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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: March 18, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00429
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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touch to a successful afternoon by presenting . . .--_ hI of.the power given; us under"y the law '
lit BOARD'Of TRADE ; to Mrs. Chisholm! as she went I I and ruled .of the Committee this 10th MOVE TO ftORtDAI
i. Away an armful of the exquisite white oay' of March, 1910. ,
, 'I roses that had been breathing; out their G. L. BXLTZKtX,
;;: Md'guiarMonthIYSes-4/ beauty) and fragrance in her honor''dur Ch'm..Cam.-Com.f Dem. Mr. Barnhill,Advises
ing: the afternoon, Cong. Com, 2nd Cong. Dist of Fla. '
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and Much
I") sion Transacts Attest: souri. Our Visitors Join in .

Busioess. *- ... I : 'ARvthuJsandGafduIsM: .... :Jaa E-BURTz.-Secretary.- h- Boosting Ktsshnmec'I
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I "? The*Board of 'Trade held JU regularseintmonthlyaeu4oroirMondaTtIWht 'I SNTNaCOMMUTHi: ''1he'following'letter '1. "answer .
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.. I i ', S ' one received by' Mr. J. .
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. .'and, as usual it proved to :,be, both Jntorastlng ", ,J? the N Northerner!,. t I I' i Negro Will.Serye' Remainder' of' His from lady.In Missouri., Mr'BarnhiUTe
t and betjeflcial,.-Interesting in The following' i.' an- extract: from.* Collector of Revenue for Saline County '
.that there' were some splendid talks letter- wiitten by Mr. Henry P.' Meyer .I. c .. . )Ufe in' the. Penitentiary.At !' Mo., and'a winter ...itor. having'conic .,
made on the progress of our. town and who has been stopping.:our town for the last meeting'of.the State Par here for his health but he Is 'a. great ,
the: opportunltie it offers! the businessman the past five weeks, to the Weekly doning' Board'Hon. W. J. Sear of this enthusiast about Kissimmee: -
and beneficial In. that plan.. were Beacon a newspaper published at'New city presented the applicatIon John Mrs. Virgil E. Jxwelace '

'set on foot to stilt further advance1heinterests 'Baltimore, Ohio and is a'very accurate 4 .. A, #", ;.. I., H. Rogers for commutation(sentence Palmyra, Mo.. ;. .
of this section.:. description of conditions prevailing: In I "; : OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL,,. KISSIMMEB.: I to suffer: 'the penalty 'death.,.' imposed I am In receipt oi your communicatlon '
" President Lesley. opened the session I' '.' of recent date .asking ;
and around Kissimmee: I I upon him by the circuit court of Osceola intotmation
':";,at ::8 o'clock; and requested'Secretary)' "Arriving in Kissimmee on, February14th county'at the spring term* 1909 upon relative to Florida and'this particular
, Meek"to read the minutes which were. we. found roses and various other Miles of Good RoadIs conviction! Tor.murder,.In' the first derree locality; Kissimmee Is a thiv1ngvi1.: ;
approved without correction. . flowers In full bloom the grass green Thirty .to it sentence of Imprisonment lage of about 2,500 inhabitants and in .
Mr. 0...E. Tarbox presented .letter. and fresh like springtime in Ohio. life.' The circuit judge who .tried the creasing.-; I Ie predicted the population* -;I ,
f he had received concerning button to Here..t Kisstmmee we found our Whtttier the applicant and the .t te..ttonael. will double,within the .next two years :
Now Built'Between and Bassiri-
be worn by ail members of .the Boosters' old friends and neighbors Mr. and Mrs." Being I who prosecuted him having'written' the which' justified by the present indica- '

Club and made. stirring speech C.E.Swpeomf9rtablyjated: ,and_I ,ger, WhicltViU! horten. the. Dlstouce: Bet ween bonrdJthat yj.huJtbUhe,death-pen I tto .. The' peopl are" the, '
,--1I'' faoP"oflmm.dlate'liInIasVPO*- Improving; in health and enjoying; life in Those Towns Five Allies. alty too" severe in his case; that the gineral: int.rests'ofthe, ,, place., The
.f' alsteot work if We wished to mie KisImmee this delightful city, one block west of I tilling was the result of a sudden heal Commercial Club and Cousaty5ommieS" -

the !largest inland,city in Flora the Osceoia county ecurt house their : of passion; that ,tht: !-- evidence showed slonera .deserve special commendation. .
. ,4a within the next two/years. It was home located midst orange an'd grapefruit Once againhave the. commissioners enteen miles, .n'd then will run' to the no previous.malice between the parties; for their efforts'in Inducing a good daas ,
unanimously decided,,to order two hundred trees roses and other choiceHow- of this county demonstrated that theyare westward to Bassinger,. and will con that the life of the applicant before the of people toTInvest': here. ,and become,
and fifty buttons with the word. era and shrubbery. The writer has en- thoroughly fitted for( the position :' form strictly to the section line the tilling had been exemplary, and thai satisfied citizens.. ",
'"Ask! Me" 05-one side and "Kissimmee joyed'the hospitality of Mr. Swope in .,as governors of our welfare, and that entire length., ,The road will be finished since his conviction. 'prevented, a jail _J haye been here .Q( : months and have. -
:::8oardof' Trade" on the ribbon pendant. driving over this section .to the various' they intend to make Osceola the fore' and ready for use in about sixty days. : delivery met people,from almost 'every state, '. -<1

.t., Mr:31 C. Stanford, for.the committee orange and 'grapefruit groves and truck most and most populous and progressive The Southern" Colonization Company ,consideration of.thosyn reasons and many.from Missouri. who'' awem to be, "
,en county roads, reported that good gardens, which are a marvel to a North county in Fl rida. This time they lately .acquired 212,000 acre in the recommend.tions. thatboard commutedthe .satisfiedand prospering On the'9th '
, roods were rapidly being built Indifferj erner. have begun the making of a first-class; lower.portion of this county, whurh they death sentence of Rogers to life imprisonment ,the d.y'fOur letter wa 'writt.n.; an ,,, '
j(irft parts of the county; that the marl "A great many buildings are being road from Whittier to Bassinger distance are now having surveyed and cut up into , and Sheriff Prevatt took election was held here by the I property'
road was completed from Kissimmee to of thirty miles. 160-acre tracts, preparatory to put- owiaers 'and carried '
erected in Kissimmee by our Northern him to the convict camp jrtrOcala; Tuesday almost unanimously -.
", the Orange county line; that the road Friends who are' locating here in large At the last meeting of the commissioners ting them on the market to be sold to morning, *: ffi> ordering issuance of $43.000()()( inbd1Oftv'1'seSfsiistalhlng
force wiu, no\* laying marl on the St. : numbers. Two bank\ also representatives of the,Southern actual settlers, and this road 'will add -- ; ib-- "
. Cleud road, beginning at that town and In course of construction --The soil in Colonization Company appeared before much to the value of the property and WOMAN'S LEAGUE waterworks and weragrfys: en? ,Im.
' coming this,way,.and that as soon as the Kissimmee Valley, I think, will them and made. proposition that if the the convenience of those who purchase provements being njade are modern and ,,-,-
they had made connection With the clay prove as fertile as any in the state, if county would undertake to build a good I and make their homes in that section. substantial A very handsome High'School ; .-'j
road at Shake Rai school house they not much better than other sections. "'I road along the section lines from Whit- The county ia to be congratulated on Entertained With aGraphophone'etS bnilding has been' recently ,; '
'would begin laying marl on 'the road tier to BasBJnger. thereby shortening [securing euch progressive and liberalmen Home of Mrs. Aultman erected, and am ,Informed by parties,

from this .town to the Polk county line. A BUNCH O1 F CELERY the present road about five miles, that I' compose the Southern Colonization A large and appreciative gathering of ho'h.Ye come here this winter on.,account ':I
ordered paid to Colonization would lend Company for it ismen
A bill for $5:75: was the) Company as residents the American Womans Ueague was of the school that the ''I i Ki.slmt'
for incurred in I the amount of to of. their make-up that built anfl
Mr. expenses money necessary pay up entertained last Monday at the home of mee school. are v'I'7' highly: ; rated '
the campaign for water works and sew Weighing 4 Pounds, 9 Ounces, Taken -I for doing 'the work to the county without made prosperous the great Southwest. Mrs. Aultman. Delicious refreshmentswere throughout State.. So if you should "
._ interest and on as long time as the The commissioners have transferred '4
erage. decide to locate here have the
From Kissimmee Farm served by the Misses) Bickerdike ,you assurance >
Judge G. F. Kribbs, for the auditing county desired. The commissioners accepted the road force to St. Cloud the marl Wilson and Aultman. of the' best educational facili, -:,
committee, made the following report: Messrs.,I. N. and W. D. Boring of ;the company's generous offer road,! from this city to the Orange A charming entertainment waa furnished ties Two bank buildings' :are nearing
-'To the Kissimmee Board of Trade. Johnson City Tenn.. who Came: to our'I and on the 10th inst wept to Pine Island, county line having,been completed, and throughout the afternoon by completion 'which.'would be to'

The committee appointed to auditthe city on Saturday morning, and who left' the headquarters of the company and the men are nolr" at work laying marl Mrs. Aultman's handsome. Columbia any town. !in Missouri twice. .the, sic.'.of j
books of J. W. Prentis, the retiring 'on their return trip home on Wednesday on that and.the following day made ah at that end coming this way. and the -
'This fine Instrument was
.. treasurer of this Board. report that paid the Valley Gazette office a Inspection of the proP'sedroute.? and work will be pushed at the rate of four grephophone.recently received by.Mrs. Aultman. a thil.Upon'my arrival here ::1. was favors .

.. 'they: have attended th.t-duWa.rtd pleasant call. just ,before _their. :, depar ordered the surveyor to at once begin cars a day until l the,road is completedto : gift from lhe' central league, '1n"recognition bly impressed and have had no 'occ... "
found the books: neatly and correctly ture. laying it out. the clay road at Shake Rag schoolhouse of her untiring efforts In the sion for changing; ; my opinion. I have j<
kept, and th.tan examination of the. On Wednesday morning they were This new road will be of untold convenience which will about three l found the citizens courteous and readr.,/}
orders drawn and the amounts received presented with a bunch of celery by to the people living .in the months time, when the force will begin league The beautiful cause. musical numbers were i to give information "upon, :being inter: ;,
snow the balance reported by him in the Mr. J. F. O'Berry. which grew on that lower part of .the county; Aside from' working the road from Kissimmee to selected in much variety to'suit all : rogated. \ , '.r
treasury to'be correct. gerftleman's famous elery farm at shortening the distance five miles, it the Polk county.line. tastes from' highly classical compositions A* I ambere especially for 'the beneW '.1'
';:'. Your committee further report that Edgewater and which is about as near will enable traveler to make much We repeat again' that'' the people of: fit of my health other'matter 'havehadaecndarysJdergtiop.Jberefor&. ,
to the sweet old-time melodies.Mrs.reneIL1iaaconznted'totalkio.
' .the thanks of this Board Is due Mr. perfection as celery' ever gets to be better time as the one now in. use,is.inrsthrbad Osceola county made no mistake when : ,_ _
Board .County
thele1etedour present o(
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Prentlrtorthr time and attention given eyerrtn--thi.---mo.t-"favore for condition; Commissioners. This will make Os the l leagb'e at.the next meeting, on a my information la limited in regard to .
gratuitously by him .in the discharge of arrowing that delicious vegetable. The The: new: road will run east of the ceola the'pride of her people, and the of interest to conditions in Agricultural lines. :'I '
'< his bunch weighed four pounds and. nine road south of Whittier for'sevMR. envy of all Florida. I subject especial -women.
his official duties during: term' astreasurer. present: On .Monday next at three .o'clock"the This I la the third winter I have' spent.'.
ounces and was thirty inches in length
In and in this
league will meet'at the, home of Mrs. Florida selecting' placeL '

1,t"Respectfully" G,,F.submitted KRIBBS,' Chm. Com._. carried counting by the the top.Messrs.The Boring bunch to will their be WILLIAM!! ; I L FLOYD j I CALL !1)R)! ELECTION. W.. L: .Winn.11$300,000'->-< . ...., ,'-_' ," S cation.I was governed: By consulting by its: the geographical map you will IO.4 r'''

of Tennessee home to show to th natives : .
jj. 7'/ There was an amount enthusiasm CATTLE DEAL see tMtrt is'about -midway,,the ,State '-'. ,
'fr'' displayed by those' who' made what:this section o.f Florida"is capable: After north' 'and 'which '
' Passed !Into Eternity a Long For Nomination Democratic Candidate south renders a com* ; ,
:-i t&lk.on Kl simmee.s, f' each. of producing. I promising; temperature, and llfty miles
one predicted that it would grow at On Tuesday Mr. O'Berry gathered and. Painful Illness- for Congress Big Transfer of Live Stock is Made interior from'the Atlantic coast. 'These

such a rapid rate, now that a waterworks celery from a space of ground 21x60 On Marsh 12th. after a long and pain- To the Democratic Voters of the Second j in DeSoto County. facts coupled with scientific'report*' ':
and sewerage system was to bet feet, and shipped fifty-five crates, ful'illness, Mr. Wm. J. Floyd passed: Congressional District of Florida: 1 I combine to make the condition her
.:Installed, diat'it would have ten thousand which netted him $1.50 acrate._ It will into the mysterious beyond at the resIdence The -Campaign Committee "of the Information is given out fir another' very favorable to people; depleted; ,
/-, inhabitant in two years' time and take a very simple calculation to show of his IICn. R. S. Floyd, in this Democratic Committee of the Second large cattle deal in DeSoto county., S. health., You spoke of the climate hereIn < ,
\\!'iWery''evidence'points 'to their predic. that'at that rate Mr. O' erry's income city. and his remains were laid to vest I Congressional District of the State of Summerlin and D O. Fulton have pur- 'summer,, I have taken, the pains to
/ tlon coming; true. from each acre of celery will be a little in Rosehill cemetery on Sunday morning -I II Florida;Jiereby gives notice as follows: based all the stock of C. L. Knight, inquire of old citizens her and throughout i
,, The next meeting .will take place on oven 42,900. What more evidence is I the 13th in the presence of hjs I First A primary election" for 'the ind In addition the building of 'the W. I the State,' and manv' have. : told me '
,. the night; _of theS28th.DELIGHTfUj.. necessary to convince the skeptic that family and a large number of sorrowing nomination of a D Democratic candidate B.: : Henderson estate., :These; large they'enjoy .the summer( hen- more ., ,
I the *oil in and' around Kissimmee will friends. Rev.. Mitchell of the Methodist for Congress from said district to stocks, Of-cattle rang in ,the western than the ,winters.. The-night are..' .ver
; : AffAIR yield in fruit and vegetables an amount church perormed the solemn rites. the 62nd Congress of the United State part of the county. It 'i i,) understood so sultry ,and oppressive/*' they.f re* ,

equal in-' money to' the "gold fields ofAlaeka' The deceased was fifty-nine year.of wilt be held on the 10th day'of. ,MayA. that the consideration is .bout$3OOOOO. quently ..are; where we ':'have. lived In 'frJt.

"M ::Stanford'aias in.,.Honor rMUCHJIJEREST age when he received the summons. .He D.:, 1910. :. Meaara." Summerlin and Fulton bought Kentucky and Missouri. ,
'' '1 came to Kisaimmee from Liberty Second.' 'An election a Democratic in addition to this, large transfer cat 'You say the prices quoted i by the"real' ,,'. ,
J:. 'of Rev,and Mrs.thisholnt.. county.. .Georgia, some, years ago. i Congressional.Committee' for said district tieabout; $30,000worth of beef! cattle. estate owner and dealer In the Valley1 : '
ntrr' 'Mrs. .11. C. Stanford, representing and since that time has had .continual -, will be held on. the;: 10th'' day: pf 'from the Hollingsworth brothers.- ' Gazette, $25.00 per acre,, Bound, ,cheap- ::;1
;"y the ladies of the Christian church'reX Displayed in 'the Matter of Removing residence here..: He leave a May A. D., 1910 to be composed of one 1 The demand 'tot beef cattle isYatf liibe compared with lands &roI Dd.'0111' home., . honor of Rev; and, Mra:,Chia-' widow :and one boil, R.: S. Floyd to : member from each County, in said 'district far greater than the ,supply.,. The In Palmyra: 'and Marshall ,Mo,,..from :-
}*-"holm on Thursday afternoon. 'This, was osceol 's Remains to This County..: grieve .over' his; departure, and they to be chosen by ,the 'Democratic cattlemen are look Ing::lnto the. matter $75.00 to $150.00 per, acre, The pricea,., '

!>:'vby w.y'of formally recognizing: the new Today It' looks as If the.EvergladesSerhinoles. : have the heartfelt sympathy. of.all oar: voters of each county respectively.Third. ': of puiting''down' deep,:wells on their you refer': to her are .for land .uninv*
:<,.' tht -former.Mian', Jones, ,are,,getting'-'recognition people.. >; The rules.governing: ; the State. ranges to supply their, large stocks Jn provedcomparaively.Wh.e'you'pric..- S
!l;!;.now.sustains as the pastor's wife_to the : long: denied them and are about toitep Mr. Floyd Was'a man who never intruded : primary election as''.promulgated 'by : case of drouth;, and they are beginning land heroin a high state of cultivation; '
member of his congregation waaV the Democratic State'' shall to look' abou( for some grass that'will : .-
on the threshold of'a brighter,future. his 'presence upon the public,. Committee. you will.find it correspondingly' high Ba, $
* a manlfe.tatlon.ofmuch cordial goodwill Public sentiment is being; "aroused from- unless !it'was to do good for his fellowman control in the primary election of' a satisfactory for winter. pasture,:and it Is elsewhere. While it costs more ...
,-_.toward' Rev.Cblaholm and hi. charming, Malne'to California by. the widespread or: .his, community bis wOrd ia Omine -for Congress and-the'selection, use Velvet beajns-and otheriuch crop" to'plantland'cultivate a'crop P'f "celery-: ';. ,

bride_ '7'' ..1' review tTheSemlnoleiof' Florida?**'' was always taken as truth-for between:' of a Democratic Congressional-Committee -fbi.-fatt.n1n g purpoae. JjMcCallisterBuck? *- :s potatoes.than,it-doer a"erop ofTcoim.the'yield 7, .
? ; ':' With'admlra'ble'' .taste:Mrs,..Stanford by Mrs. J. M.:'Willson; Jr.,of thin lel',. him arid falsity there was a chasm too' ,'where applicable and not inconsis ,I is many ,times :"greater consequently -' .:t
had selected green ,and white for he/' The Valley Gazette' suggestion' that wide and deep to ever be t bridged. 'When tent with specific ,requirements. of this;j : more.compensative :
color scheme, and vases of lovely white the ,body of 'Oieeol be moved to Wm. J.. Floyd passed out, a vacancy committee.' I Yesterday afternoon, ,.when thaXji38 'The soil here Is ..generally sandy' andT .
; Jro ..'.wve placed about the,,room,/jwhile. Osceola county for Its') final resting hard to -fill was left' in the 'ranks of Fourth, Any white, 'Democrat poe I train arrived Mr. 'LayaletteBuck..of 'is necessary''to; fertilize, In the pro '

- ",'pretty Jern'e with. graceful drooping place has met with a response from the KisBlmmee's honored citizens.! sesaing the necessary legal ''qualifica Anglesea: ,. N., J.. who j.:'wintering"ln.Eissimmee duction, 'of crops although there are V'
gfrpnds formed' a, background of. soft press'that1' I. full gratification i ,and tions,for representative in the Congressof j I and Miss Myrtle McCalliaI specific soils and localities,"where"'prolific .. ;
"green-- in .the alcove', where Rev and shows 'the generous sentiment in favorof C A. Cummings the United State from said district-I I ter of that city, were met at the trainj yields are' obtained without artlfl", "
!; ,'Mrs.-; ChsTaolm received the felicitations the Florida Indian. To do honor t6 may become a candidate fop, the- nomination -j by .a..t party of young friends, including clal'mans', '1' "f $
-l;'" ef their friends. their. famous: ...war chief the -Napoleon Mr. C. Cummings, after a sickness in'said primary election by fifing'with S Misses Willie Dean Irma Lobean 'and -,, Having diaposedof'the, qUD.tio i oftMl;
:;, "' After a short time'the!.guests of hon; of the Seminoles: and in" rut:; atone for of only a few weeks, died on the chairman, of this committee, Anna McCallmter, and Mr. Dan McCal- climate. aoit. health. schools,, local eon3"....'."
'..,'or were invited into the next room to the cruel capture under the truce-of the night of the.J2th of this month,. and viz:: Hon.' G. Balttell- at Fem ndina. l lister of thia city who biccornpanled' .,-'etc.. ;, will Ir dispose, f.rthe'l t
" view the gifts that had been placed white flag can not wipe out the national hla reh alns were shipped to _Ohio'on- FlaT 'on'r'. before the llth day of them to the court house, whereJudge question. that,of the)!.poultry.- 'Industry." ''' >>1
L.' aa surprise for them.- At the stain on our honor but can show Sunday the 13th. i April A. D.. 1910. a written statementas Martin united them in marriage in a With the success ,and experience! you" ., :;
r' ;request 'of the hostess, Miss Aultman that th present citizenship is ready to The deceased came to our town about required by law of his purpose to be moat Impressive: manner. The bride I.a Is have had in raising: from fiv.} to eight,

, conveyed them the good wishes for atone even at this late day. six months ago from Tampa and purchased such candidate which statement shall I daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Daniel Me hundred chickens! ar Ov.,11OI'the''!! :: .side., ,}
their""happiness,'which the shower of From the Charleston press comes the'I' property in North' Kissimmeeand be>aigncd by-him and shall/ be ac ompaDied.wlt1Lthree..HundreiLancLSeYen -!j Callister, of,Kisaimmee, and is very I. would advise you to'come down' right ... ,;
iifta andJlev . engaged in truckirig.. at which industry ; .. : a' youTcan procure.,rates Ton-th- --t;
.;J ",, symbpljzed., '..ugge.tionthat -euch -a- bill- b* intro' : cbarmint'and--.ttraetlve- --lad j. ;
hir-bi-wed; lie W O1dii'iemade ) to'aid' 1st and. 6th at $30 round tri'P'aecure aplaceveil ,.'
few word. of Five Dollars aa an assessment in
sincere !
" a .
; appr.ciatIo Florida Con friend
duced in Congress by a possessing many, I in the yoimge personal effects,. leas* .
is little -
There your
'great success.
:>>/ :\; : gres_man.- With Senator Ta1i f rro'i defraying expenee.f holding said primary set both irr Kluimmee and Orlando: yours farm. charter a car, ,fill it with' .'
$\ Then little Misses Margaret and Mattie known of his past life but since comingto election, and feed and
:; bill just nowbefore_ Congress askingfor where she is i well known "The groom household goods chicken
i Stanford, graceful'arid demure little homes and protection for Everglades; our town he who had made many warm Fifth.,f Candidates for ,membership i Ie a fine young business man and,..'engaged come.where you '"can: live comfortably" "' .' friends, and all came In contact and Indefinitely. t, ,
fy; serving maid, passed among the guests Indians, II the time not ripe, foe: actionon him him theatricte.t on the 'Congressional Committee'shallnot with his father in the stearashlbusiness In conclusion will say that I if you'desire .
with of
regarded as a man
With' punch and.cake. After jthia de- the removal of Osceola' body?' ; be required to pay any assessment.Sixth. .' -at.Anglesea,''''.,, J,,. where he r further information in regard to' '
'lightful; refreshment, Mrs.' .Maasee.was ... integrity honor; He1,was This Committee will 'canvass young; couple will reside, in" the future matters here after I j have',returned {
a member'. of'' the Masonic fratermty, the returns.of such election and declare 'JRememberthat .. the Valley Gazette will cheerful' 1t 1tbome.
prevailed upon,to &i,. one of her Inimitable The. registration books for Osceola :. -Orlando Reporter-Star .
?;J-,{ readlnp' "Mammy'. L'il Boy:," county'wilL be opened in each precinct which order administered. to his every the result aad will In'du. ..aa tissue, ly furnish It, and you can. confidently. wellas ,
what it has to < as
.,respondingto ,the remain till want during his illness"and; ,'performed instructions' 'and promulgate rule April I :9th ,Isthe'las, ( rely upon say .
. with '
'heartyencores. I on''March ,29th and open the last sad rite over ,his remain before those who advertise in the paper.Sincerely ..,
(: '"I.IMU Cat.": */> ,. April 25th. See supervisor's notice,- 'in they were sent,to theirfinal; restIng ,hereton'''. '" day to pay poU taxes in,order: to. qualifyfor yours,
jI'Mra8tiafordgav1he lastT I ' Ordered and done undersndbyiirtue the Democratic primaries' :" J.'W,'fUKMHUX.F -
} pleasing I this issue. place in Ohio . __ ,: .. ._ '
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i ,1.. L Lf 'SOME' FIFTH' -.CENTURY. JOKES Plans and. Estimates Furiiishedj. '. ,,I IAGE'NT

jp <
: ; Examination of Titles a e'q r FORThe - ,
Th. Absentminded l Professor Was a
Pi .' X Specialty.. PVeUfio ftoaree of'- -Merriment to the Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage, 50,000' toj

,.' h ,
J* trs of Those D y The Source 1.600.QOO gallons per ur.,

of,Many. Modern' Jok.s. .. Gasoline Bag-Ins, 2,to 50 H, P,. Steanv Engines,.. ,5 to 200 H.'P.
SB' ;. M''orrespondenceDSoliclted. Boilers'' Any> Size;" '. .
*, *
4 .. : ,'Xbo maxim that, tUere;l* nothing> :
,', i fl. \\I I new under. the sun applies,, It ,would ' Stamped -MetalSlain iJJ.!..Cei1lni"-__ n<:.Outside! Walls-'Any Design.1 ,,:!

\ seem -.more. truly to Jokes and witticisms !- \J '
FLORIDA -V: than, to anything; else. The chief IRON. 'FgKlCES. AND MONUMENTS. .
i differences' between the eab of on'o -----....,.. -.'-- .;
Baa'utlful winter home sites situated - -- -
, : ri.I. :
l generation and' that of another lie a
,', in the Lake Region oJ Florida. .. _', II r l'a& I tnniiily In' their form. The,' kernel It. tr .-.I.. .

. Trucking; and Farming Lands in largeor : practically thee:same, .Nef ertholcws- It "-"" '" .- "'.. .. ..... ,.,.,., :"''' "'. "-"" F
: small tracts. : >la Interesting to exhume some of then .
', , CITY A SPECIALTY ancient Jokes and to recognize in them 'I'
\I', PRpPKHTY i the ancestors of the thing at which '
1 List your property with me.for quick we laugh today In the pages of ,our. MACH BROS.
.: .ales. bur orQu\I\ pu lIc.tlonl. .
!Some" humorous writers deisrljr!' ; : love I. ,
::. '. H. BREAKER to make fun of the .absentminded, unpractical .
, who Livery Fed and Sale Stable.
,' BOX 175OsceoiaQGonnty. .Ki9S1MMEFLA. university professor .
, outside of1 his lets his
own subject
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't'----: wits wander and Is very slow, to grasp WOOD-FORAYING *
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i .. a :
anything In ordinary; life Such .
these' were cracked 'centuries ago Everything'Is Now and FlrHtCass.Ve[ will
; : I : by the student and graduates of the ..
Render. Prompt and Satisfactory Service { :"
f 1
great universities In ancient Greece.

frr. Abstract Company 4'1, ...4... '. for Is a mistake to suppose that p:tv or Night. All Kinds- _

L :J what.we nowcull'college: "--wa. f f'- 1 'IelVYIIliillhig: l
1'-t---.. -j-. -' -- of clothes refinement is found'' in uukn wn tA. the ancients. _
" ------- essence As a matter, of fact the;dent at AT BeAMAN'S: OLD STAND. PHONE 113.

G. P. GARRETT, Manager. I THErety tailoring. They are. foundedon the l nlrerstty of Athens or at the ".... "'.... ...... ,...... ,.... ,...... "" ,..... ...... (J

i, most beautiful All Wool Fabrics and models University of Alexandria was very
q much the same sort of mortal as Is _. _
-.-- -- z------r = = =-- -
- T------' -
-" and built the finest that
' Real by experts can ,
estate money procure. the student today and his professors ..
',1 t Titles exanllned and reported. on were rt5t so very different' i.Na.NN.N.aeNNa..sari.NaN.aNN.eN.NNNa.NN.WHAT . : .I -.._

/' Taxes paid for non-resldenu elltll'd A witty..OreeA Aml'd 'Hlerocles, a .1 I ,IT MEANS r .
J.- relatintrtatwol .
Instruments <<
":.' ,r. oarefully drawnCorrespondence, J.: G. KIMBROUGH graduate of Alexandria Jreutury, collected' sometime i:: pnople<]Jhot know..rlifc Bnk'l t"r.llall.for. or Ibo (liT.r.i..-' ;!I". .
Solicited lit the fifth a volume of ::: tweeu bank of Uttltt' or no ciipj&l amt ono "o.pftal. ..
jests which\ were urrent among the : : .
students' with regard to the woolgathering j:: l I. tH" fund th".PI'O\...... UladipnHitor. from li>.... therefore the lamer II 11 the !
; =--==-- --=-=-- "- J."I .J d{ J : type of profes r. A number of a greater proLantlQa the ciuptiHitorfl. bast rhii bank him AOuplt.lof ..
: __-- : them are translated 'here as being of : .. .., ,"II N)I) ijii8nrplo I : :,
fund'nf ... .. .. .. Ki.Oixi U" ..
i considerable Interest in the history of Stockholder.' 1I"Illi1.. .. ) 110 ,
Bargains humor and especially\ of college humor ... -- ..
\ % of .. tna+HKt m e
t : j Thin moauil that we liliul l 'Phone .149 Kissimmee Fla. A professor wishing\ swim, was cent. TbU prolactlou I* fur \OV., .

;..--.- In all kinds of Real Estate. - _._, -. .. _:. ... -. _. nearly drowned, whereirix>ii he swo.i '
Fire and Life Insurance and ...............................*...._...............A that he would never touch water again i ,
: until tie bad learned bow to swim. -u-
Armour's Fertilizers.; .Rent- Of twin brothers, one dlPd| A professor -c'S.'MMOIOI; : : FlOP11'c.... %

. 1 Inz r and Collec'tiniRents aSpecialty. r-ChronrcIJisea-s-es-Curedmi thereupon meeting .the survivor C. A. CARBONPreildcut J'UN M. I.ICKVlcnPnmlilrnt!: N. B. (:AI I'ON '
,' IC j / ra.hleri
s Taxes paid for asked "Is It you that died or
. Non-residents. your"brother \ :.............-...........................\\...................................\\......-
: HIR.AM. 'J. HAMPTON] : A professor learning tha a raven ,
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;i. R. O. MEEK :. PHYSICIAN i _. _a-.tj3u:--_. r=t
III Successful treatment of Cancer. Rupture. Piles Kidney and 41\-.- A professor wishing matter.\river

f' Kissimmee Fla. : Bladder troubles. Stricture. Neurasthenia( Liquor and Prug., a went on board the back: THE CASH STOREFirst
When some one asked the lie
: Habit and all Chronic Djseases. :
answered that he wanted to get over i

Fr Lt.t8..8ud"1t...dkrik./k.<..- : The most perfectly appointed Sauilarium in In a hurry Door North of Postoff ice {
professor looking out of the window
ti.t;:. A M. TILLER Ityt : the South. Write for particulars. : of a house which be bad bought .
- id-S;:
asked the passersby whether the house I There will f OES HATS
F you ,
I.oral aml.Lo..g Distance 'rn i,.! 9<>.
; TAMPA flA : was becoming to him..
Real Estate Agency.N.NN..NN.aN.N.N.N.N1N
/ .
: 1805 Florida Avenue. Cove ,
x. Oak .weFe A professor, meeting another professor -' I DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, oil of lib| est

+l.lMk.e1.M4..s e.+.w.e+ss+Fee............+tee........... said "I heard you were dead.'" .
"And yet" replied\ t the other, "you see quality and lowest prices. a
" .Realty bought and. sold.. )I . f : -
-- -- -------:- - ---- -- that Iam still aU.e.W"U'ald .

; ... "Houses rented. the first In perplexity, "I don't know

.:Taxes paid and Titles ver- It0 A J'tLL[ ..\ XI). COMPLRTJS. J..IXR I OJi ., Vwhat-ta-beHev.e,for tbe-mau-w-bo-toid t-- -CallBeforeBuyingElsewhere: _s-
',....-- ,i JJfied.Frre.. ...non-rasidants.-- -tT- - "" - me about it Is a much more truthful

t, Life and Accident Insurance. ' Office.Furniture and FixturesSTATIONERY. < man. than'you!" M ',I I I I+-l-++'!i:+t ++++++.r.t++I I'+t4+++ ++i'+++++4+.+++ I
'. A professor In danger of being1 ship : : :: '
Indemnity Bonds. fJk wrecked. called for his tablets that he '. .' Nt,

;......... ' "" .. ..... BLANK BOOKS. might make his will. Seeing thereupon (_
: "U"'V"V< Y' ''' .v. SUPPLIES.i.ErlC. .. .. .._ '
., bill slaves lamenting their fate hesaid. '" . \1
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;------- .0. "Do not grieve, for 1 am'going to
VERTICAL 'FILING' DBVr'CES'.M9ST .. set you free.*; N..F.3. A"'S'"s'

A rofl'8l1oldreAmed tlint"he had ,
i iI
' 1{ L =--. MOPERN trodden on a nail and that the wound

;Al\ pained him. On waking be bound up lCONTRACT.OR I and BUILDER I

.,. I have inaugurated u Mail Order Department perfect in tI..tail-you can his foot -Another professor, having ,
shop with me by rnail with the same insurance of fair treatment as you learned the cause remarked "It served i >.
. j" would secure by personal| purchase you right for why do ;you sleep without I :\
. sandals : Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti- :

,: :, -'Real Estate 410 FRANKLIN STREET A professor, meeting a doctor!. bid I t mates oh Structures of an size or Dimensions whether "" 'I.u'

't ','. ,,\, E. R. BECKWIT TAIVJPA. FLA. himself behind a wall. Some one ask1 1 It be a Two.r-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotal., ,:
,, < log, tile cause, he answered "I have i -- lf"
\; not been, sick for so long a time I am Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS
o :: '. . _..._ I .
----- --- ---- ashamed to come Into the eight. of aphysician. in which he has met with the greatest success

:!KISSIM1. FLORIDA: M>jrfBk Ac riVjMt j k aisr.ra// u8c irk.its/4cfl..eial'ta l.'es'rdt.ecM.sea ." j, of any man in Florida. '

'A professorfgwlshlng to teach his -
1 i.: : . <<< IDEAL, FERTILIZERS'. horse to be a small eater; gave him'no i :Give-him your work -and -it '
.. S ; ' to food'at all. At length the horse.having ,will be.welfand.quickly. done.SSl1nmee, Fla.WV '
Y ."I. '" starved to death. the professor ex- j ..
'\ .i'i' . '''r 4''. l "., ': ,BEST AND\CHEARESf t : it" :' _1'1= '.claimed-"I have 'suffered' a great lose, ,

': ..i'VV: N' .' .. .JI for Just as be had, learned not to eat be I. . ,.,f',>,
< J' died," '"
. .
:"', PS'IC1AN ,.8CTBOKOX. A professor! "Jaltlng' sick person. .
.''I, t W, & T.'' SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. 1.For: Spring application on Or4 +wN'k'4N."""' """"' NN vNNTN1 f rDO
Bsaiiisiioa ".0...,: KUUMHU.W.VW. . t angra Trees, and for first application on'' Watermelons, Vegetables,, etc. ,tIJA' .i Inquired about his health. The Invalid" : .._ .
.iernc/ rko.ayrr,: n.o.UDAo. Nothing produce more vigorous growth and' it fairly, GLUES., the, young 'however, 'was not able to reply we
; '
,.1" '" . '1\ fruit to the citrus trees upon' the prof essor, being an&rr'7..n4 : You r;,
i '"I that'I Appreciate
OROWER.-The wf scolding the man, said. hope
.- : ;: RSON. D,' D.S.; SEMINOLE,TR J one stri tly..chemical' orange tree ball be'.ldt.lome of these days, and :i ,
f growing formula on the market/ A happy combination .of our W.
DENTAL PARLORS X &._T.'S Special! Mixture No...J and th fruit-a'nd!: ..vine formulae.I .' then when you come" to,ask how I am ACCURACY .i"." J
I will not answer. ; . II ,
RIVERS, BUILDINGOVRR,080EOLA'PMARMAOr, .. .I f fER>TV4AN ORANGE TREE GROWER.-vlfie highest 'grade. rmula A professor sealed_ut.k to.el"of PROMPTNESS ..r'PURITY -- .'
": ; .2'- .InPdesvlth..'eritvlanGupttdsuanexelusivabeee-- -- S' wiueT which*h T had bought. Ills servant 1 1a
'. Z .
;;;; " having made a hole lu the veusclbeneath ; t-
,OPPI. ., HOURS. J f ?g 152, I.. !RAWGROUND BONE.-A very large supply, just received. '4 and drawn off tome of the II= '\ : a:' '

I 'IDEAL RESULTS 'ROM IDEAL FBRTILIZER3.-An attractive souvenir tC' wine, the professor was astonished to COURTESY-. ,
.. showing) the results gained by 1 intlustry! ,and IDEAL. METHODS.a the contents diminished while the .
RIVERS > see :
T ]Jtt. /!d. D. t. seal. remained unbroken. A neighbor' II .and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWINC'you:: have the Best

'.. AND' SURO EON 'a WATERS & CAHSON; ',oiiooEurco.y: _. : i having told Mm_to look .whetherH'had Obtainable l. Uhe.J..oyY'est.Rrice7hen phone'-!us, your wants, :- '
PHYSICIAN ,fl ,, :'not been taken-out from below, he re =and we assure you that satisfaction wtll be'youra. ;
:. .,;,"Oilier o. f,O"oeo'l. Pharmacy or address i plied. "Why. you tool It'.,the upper '

f'.r, oh.uogES,, t f Office Residence US 83 '; Wilson& Toomer Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville.4'.gt : : i I that pan Is of mlaslngf the wine! and not fie lower -: KISSIMMEE. DRUG CO. : 'iias

: A professor, a bald man and a barber Phone 41NM1NaAM4MM '
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11t', F-v i AlaR F FRK t1wSFesF>gPst>K1urur r r'1F'sWPOSE
I traveling together agreed to-keep ,
". 4 .
; .:Dr- F. G. Thomason ,.. _.. watch' In turn four hours, each while
'. AS A CAPITALIST1 the others slept The barber' turn H11MVNKN1AtINK . .
:,. and For ONE DOLLAR we will semi you three handsomely lithographed, but I came first. He quietly shaved the .
worthless, stock certificates, which you can fill out yourself for any amount and bead of the sleeping professor and '
'' Office Phone 64 Residence) 126
T-S ___ : --._ .u :" have Iota of fun showing to your friends as proof that you are wealthy. These when tbe time elapsed awoke him.
\\t certificates appear to represenf.railway, gold mining and insurance enterprises, The latter scratching his bead as he SUNNY SOUTH '
't and look'just like the "real thing" but must not be usedto\ realize mOQevL.on.. STABLES;
:H. NIA N-Surveying '. 'ONE SAMPLE fOR FIFTYCENTST .- '.: got"What up and a rascal(finding that It barber bare, cried is! .out lie's: .

Send two cent for illustrated! circular. .. ,
IItsmp ]l
waked the bald man instead of me! *-* -
OEO. W. '
Exchange OVERSTREET Prop.
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$ ); : and SEEDSPOULTRY SUPPLIESThe Legal Advio '

I Oldest.Established. Seed House! jn Florida "Prl On I','* said the JustIce. "you are Livery, Sale and Boarding"Well Y.: ; '

> :Drafting. '. charged With .having !struck jthe. de : 1. .
E. A. MARTIN & COMPANY fendant" /I' equipped with New, Stock and Vehicles and prepared .

',j' :, SaoeOMoni to Mod builnu*_f W. A.'U-n'."*f*. "Yes.: Judge: "1 poked biro' but" he to meet all\ demandsOl>tth' :perfect satisfaction.. .7;..
Flower Seed, Poultry SuprtiealanU P.tomedlo.'ec1eaned BirdSeed .called mlt! a llcr. ,
:":>: 'brnctt ni FRATERNITY JlAL Garden, Field. and I "Thdf: no excuse." :Heavy Hauling and I Boarding Ho..os. a

..aKTSSIMMEE ; Incubators. Writs for Catalogue.Pho . "Wt'11.Ju'dce., It was my first experience. Specialty.

i. FJ.A. ...43T7 306 R. .I3Q lVILL&_. : FW .IDA I . What do you do In fuchycaawaT"Judge's L __._ __..__ BROADWAY-PHONE3O2 '
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v. Says o iThe'VVaters'&Carsori

1JSSI'MME'E; I "T It Is > i, ,, ; '"r"

i' Grog
+. : -,-- FTROM'---> '' authentic Historic : .ery Company

: >t KANSAS' CITY; '|. physical the ; j j'I I "-Whojeaala) and Retail Dealers ''nGR.OCERIEiS-

j : jfal> ,RETURN FOR '* : hi the .. : :
:..i, $30.00'ftnd spend 25 days I' 'tnakmg. .
cident to '"

(,ii P..i *' Lon ,; time to investigate the best.f ... ... great I Icbaracten .C W SELL'I WE. BUY .

Bargains in 5-AcreTrncts, Town ,Lots '. now *end* : ..w. .HAY .

,' and Country Property In the .. *.+' of the ..W., -- .. L.._ '" ... __ .JilDBS.________'
""' " '" ''statefforsalc'byr-*- andpasse ; -t3RAINL ', ..

$ : .W.. S/ALYEA;: mes dame*(the will ( > .......-: "FERTILIZERS. , ''I ,, ; '-"-...".. .' .FPRE%:( " ':, ,'.,
.i- yso
.ito" ma* i in ) :: ., as, SHINGLES WOOL. :.
memory have': :!:J.I, ..,. ,
;r'-t NOE'
: and it U ......, BOXES, .: {" j .,: AND J",:.:
\ ...... ,..,. .4NNN44NN, would real <;,.'to ,/ :: 1 _are.' ....ORANa.'WR S'\ ."2 k-.... I .d... "'" rJP:' LLVEOETABLECRATES

dfed.In the."It. I .why.... '%j ,C
recited ..*..'... CRATE NAILS 0 ,PRODUCE: :
> Meat The . pWe
New Market: I I'

vast himself .. : ;, ,,.. :sell.field. and garden'eeeds or all 1 kinds "V, ,. ," "'.:'
" ,,
, We five. .special. attention to
he fittinaou hunting and, csunpinc.-S
New York Avenge Opposite the Bank. wrote "
I. tion* of : patties: \ i.. J. .. i' ':!
) -- ; ... FrUdeJiverytncJtv'jmita. .Phone'No..12.-: ', '
Beef ---
First-Class Meat Cutterin :Attendance. /
th... vast rm..- areccutityagents: ; . d..fertlJjzer8.Ask:1J..1. : ... c1ttbJaJ',
-- '- : .
---' and :
Fresh PorJcatid Mutton AlVaysoti Hand.f bis prices on fertilizers. i',; .'

,' that ] ..
; MEAT DELIVERED.TO ANY PART OF CITY. known* : all lOalOgOtepczOtlOt"XXXIt-. .. :aorJOaorJOQOcOt.ot: > ::1
< their .Co ,. CABeON. I. A. paANyoll.D.s' 'f. L.trtia'' ?,J
'I ST CU> adept In < 1 PheWeat. YI..P.dde Nw.Y., '.l

, ...PADGETT, -- -.. &. TINDALL, , ." 'FLOIUiJA.. manner lect and*. other,'and ''' 1 { "" .\s,,t/

given readers will as /..ry. : KISSIMMEELUMBER, 'CO. '
: '
: ..
Kissimmee Works
Wagon could but :' '. . subject the .

'. Under. New|I' Management OPPOSITE, Enorough CHRISTIAN CHURCH Experience and U-to-Date deaL With / this of P" ugh and, .Dressed. ,-

. Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer. and so ,
' "
acquitted I I Pirie Lumbers -
- ,AlloKinds. Blacksmith Wheelwright' Work and Horseshoeinga written a 1 V
Specialty. interest. ffc ,
vor is the :
r trictly HOUSE. BILIJS---: '' SPECIAL'TY "
H WM-H m H .
No : .
.__ "Will" ; u.JUST.received| C GRIFFIN I I : p tion have 'from .

: I does not"' .. =

I running create : THE Hi & B. bREW CO;

surprises, and .' ,
F ,st-tgNTuRr: '
startling us, ;

sustain It Any The Largest t.. andJMost: CompieteStock '
festly se . .
; The : in the SoHtji";
are natural! j

.4 and portrayed that 'a'y'a'r \)0'1..2' W. Bay 45-49! W. Bay.. 32 W. Forsvth.JACKSONVILLE. .. k

PA'tNTY ..5woES The : of. .'PLA,_ .. -
+ .
tive i* on :
Several ; ; Fancy and Commercial. .Kodak, and Photo jJ()
I .
4 IISPRJN6. & SUMNER' eouneed. "good -StationeryMaps \ of all Kinds '
I it* scope, ; nice ,
,. and m. "'
ChartsTypewritersaiad Supplie;
-The new Among pOOJLll! and ... ;,
ida'story-- ) . .. -, Pictures and
; ,Shoes/rof. ""' ., advertised sac Office fc School Furniture
. : attracting lo*|, ,. ; .'
.; style ,and, character far -.' i many : : '' Tpys-, and-aporttng, ,Qot e ji .,
-' than- : Fancy Goods and Sonrenfera .
, Printing '
Binding J4tho.
_-women. Selected eObe.: j ,, 1
Spring and'Summer fashions, A j ,! :i graphingPING .;.

in the smartest new shape ; ;-- STATE, AGENTS FOR :SPA> BASEBALL GOODS? \J:

Clever { By Uw eaa c ;\ . 'j- .- ... -. _
and .
t . . designs. patterns \ 1 / .less ,- !'. . .' .., ?-:; i v6oKE5m ..
i - : in all ttort. of leather for j! soiL t '"
1 Whereas ; be TIE: :GIJJmlE : t
either.- 'indoor*l or outdoor' *.wear, ;M proved. July. ..., r E :J.-i.SJfr.
c anial :
'inorning,afternoon I9sneDIoc.: ;.. deal- i; '
to be.taken
"'* r'tI' April,.mo; .: '.\I <. ANTHONY** ;>> .. .LOLL, Proprietor._ ,. M r
'; 1 ..-. .. w+
Whereas l:; Aii1SNT f Qi* .,
I ; " ,. .. the : '' '
;... G't'.. 'W'DAMN'' : quired by just 'Fairbanks-Morse' ,Gas EMgines"; '.:" ', !
II. .,....: the State... forr' ..,the far ,and Irrigating' ; ," ,-

., in the : '. J ", ,II ."
::. .. "
;# "- ,,, ', Where .I"
OR.. .:'
. -- --- ante to the : d. : .,,+ REP' rB... :.o'..
J. ; ,
of the U1 \ "
: :
' ea* ,
.hood be a ARTESIAN, WELLS i,: ,ANY' : '
: 1_. -_.- . ---7'-, '-'- ; > --:, -- --. --+ port of-the \ : .will get fc. - .;.. .' ....... -.iWe .y: "DEPTH. u. ..;.
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r Dining Can Atlanta and Evan*villa, ; ' : tion, or ; ; *. i and Tobacco.. '
Solid train Jacksonville and Cincinnati;;f Pullman Sleeping:Can;Coa *.-and national. ,"" '. l ; .,. I ; and Uasoline.Saveyou ': /'
f"f.r; : a'ge' "Cars;. Pullman Sleeping Caw. to Chieago'ADd'JncliaD.polla..r'' ,, 'name, nor 1 : money oh( everything you'' want. ; See c?J
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Office Irj' Valley\ these ealr Stop'Jaw'J FOR RICH AND POOR:
..' : months ago, . .
.' > &J88U1M1D1. ;of two or '
..;' =W. B. HARRIS, profitable. : -- ,>,
': '. 0. J.'. ID411.try-at'' Florida is the Land Opportunity for Those
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I Times-Union. I
j( With' and Intelligence. ";
J Energy
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: o..e.rr ,.,.. -.* Delay : I
.1' . : to' our'city .' h 110 .
" ,to remark on I ; to? J. s "
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AU iomiimr' ,, gardens Purdy. 1 II
\i i"-. 1IejeetIad'_jBDndmH..tta Kissimme* ,1/ b.. N-A' :... *ftBr *' While t lhe re are some people who never, make a :,

{ A--"' ''' ,. although r success if they come-to..... ,
aounnfe anywhere, and will! fail even : -
: ; . : ; : well the By DAVID J. BBJBWXB. United tut*. W. 0001: ... .an-ds wailrh i : .he over was how ..u_- Court Justice. as-C.apw.m.a ?. Florida there are re Jly,more fipportunities'. 'for a man; .
: Gazette was _ lIE_ courts, their delay ant_. !_.the-present.'system: ofjgovA. .of jirnttlad; iJ\ )my" t.her'aec.t.1OIl.. _
;L_ _, -.F 1day : enu: - 1. effective J. ..
ernment is to be for '
the. coat-of litigation arejustlycriticised. 'of this great country
If. 'thought : : annually.: It There is the maintenance of justice There is really no'reason why all should not make

In 1909 you, just ", I gentleman no duty more imperative upon the -in other! .words if it is a,success in Florida,:but it is well for everyone, to

1910. permanent bar and the bench than'to do what worth' preserving--sonto method "
" understand capital and
" can settle his Ithat they must have ,..
'MATTERS must be.devieed by which ,JUDI. l
'::1 Among the ( state they ; they must (je willing to work. Nowhere in ", _...
, there never has HASTENED that do all men meet with success., ,However, in Florida,
, OALrTIF.S OUT OF THE WAY .so every

workingmen. STAND., and see to it that substantial! justice cause instituted in court f *of the where nature dispensesrier blessings with such a lav-

If Editor Qualify HI. is administered, United States 'shall be finally i ad j ish hand there are less failures among the tillers of

l the Legislature" : THE .sEAT OP THE WHOLE judged, and 'determined within a soil .than elsewhere in proportion to the number engaged .
',, .one ot as a rule, the
law-making body when he to TROUBLE IS IN THE FACT THAT REASONABLE period from the 'in that l industry. There are fewer obstacles to

>> volunteer TOO ..MANY APPEAL'S ARE GRANTED day on"whichtKe_ initial papers.are' -I overcome, and a greater possibility! of sueee s:- '
The .
Sanford : "be to asked WHEN JUSTICE DOES NOT filed. '
For those.who havebeen successful in the past
j k pages In its issue rent Inno '
DEMAND-. A- MORE8IMPLE It1.. tle, essence,of
' ' every -
""' "lea" government
; wsa necessary there are greater possibilities in Florida than anywhere
creased number to qualify a whatever its form that
The business men ; l. of course THAT. OUR COURTS TRIPLE WITH else. There are quite a number.of well known men
man subject to its authority
a good I case of ex: JUSTICE BY PERMITTING DELAY every' in Florida with little and
appreciate today who Came here very
will! explain.: AFTER DELAY UPON 'MERE TECH- who may Tiave a difference with
>. Since ," of one of who have been eminently successful. It is generally
our another submit it
must to a bodj.j
witnesses for
jority voted a << case pf com lit specially established for its adjudl admitted by those who have made a study of the
rthousand,' and which was I advocate that the state enact' cation, instead of attempting to question that there is no section, of the United States

f become sewerage a Philadelphia la the court laws that 'will permit of but ONE I. settle disputes by force and vio where a man' can go" with his family and a small cap-

; town will have still linger In APPEAL AFTER THE.TRIAL lence. But in exacting this submission ital and become independent as quickly as he can here
: : .before the first of JUDGE.- Nojudgment should be -
-- .: tiaat'a wit government assumes a In Florida:
I '. Editor Zm! U to or"No.? reversed upon a mere error in the CORRESPONDING OBLIGATION -
cheap but comfortable home can soon be erected
securing the should have admission of evidence, error in the that all 'disputes submittedto I ,
,'but then and the settler be surrounded with jhecom
Leidy to edit'and can soon -
.. and the ;ruling of the court or in the trialjudge's ita' tribunals shall'be 'settled so
:' while be stum pa of witch it be forts of life A.few hundred dollars in'the hands of a' "
unless clearly
-+- -11 hi the National charge that JUSTICE EXACT AND
' : is a forceful judicial shown that such error worked a COMPLETE will be done to everyone. careful man will go further in Florida than in the cold
or two
a reply was serious injustice upon the defendant. freezing: north ,

.1\,\' The Times gentleman. "When BUT JUSTICE TO BE COMPLETE Florida is certainly the right place for both the rich

'of Klasimnnee beating your I Lawyers could do a great deal to "MUST BE PROMPT. REDRESS and the poor. The former finds opportunities'for investment -

i', overwhelming aD-I: facilitate the work. of the courts if GRANTED AFTER A LONG PERIOD that bring much larger returns than in the
bonds to install .
a( i would. We haven't enoughmen IS NECESSARILY- INADEQUATE.
"V-_ plant. It. show -"Yes" or they North. He has an opportunity of surrounding' his
',I' dom and common to say that of the caliber of Benjamin. R. AND IN THIS COUNTRY THERE home with large velvety lawns that remain green for
.....that will make sus Curtis .
".. nowadays. twelve months in the .with
I ,Tampa Times This CAUSE CAN BE SETTLED TILL year flowers shrubs and

Erf, .' moment. lit lit MANY YEARS HAVE ELAPSED. trees that bloom in their beauty each month of the
the of
L x; For the :. one's tem- THE LAWYER WHO GOES INTO I It is of course true that delays twelve, and he enjoys a larger variety of fruit of the '
of readers
!in judicial procedure are not pe- most delicious kind than it is possible for him to
;'t. there are three THAT HE IS NOT LIVING UP TO secure -
;v'; one very f(0.proyoeauona.1 I HIS PROFESSION IF HE DOES culiar to the United States. But elsewhere.The .

j'. simmee, all of NOT QUIBBLE OVER EVERY TRI- ''in this country, where the courtsare
?. a thriving not be poor man. while working to pay for his little
FLING DETAIL AND GAIN ALL supreme and every action, en-
f\m\ year. This examination" home enjoys the same fruit, flowers trees and shrubs
' editorial column your pa- THE DELAYS POSSIBLE. ,terpriae or proceeding of government
' ---' -, -- 'retort-wfll 'tit that his rich neighbor has He receives good wages'
.' ',,,eM not be K may be arrested, suspended

. \ advertising",-, sympathise testimony I The ethics of the profession do prevented by' judicial process; and has no long; told"winters to mate provision, for

';' SL Cloud la a with the ; not: .mak% this a reprehensible of- long delays in, deciding causes Involving I but lives in the perpetual sunshine of Florida the land
; .1.7. Dear. because of fenae, but if our GREATEST exercise of such atupen- of great promise and great'performances.. : k:,

. aaya the new to to be de LAWYERS WOULD SET "AN dons[ power are DEFECTS ,,IN Mr, Woods.ll sold cabbage from quarter of an acre v
twenty-six roonul
I. ; I white ;brick is of In a the sympa right L> others would follow, THE POLITICAL SYSTEM SO of,land for $100 cash,,and. had.Ieed on same'land a" x'ii'

-; Ira Jewell I; une conditions would, be SERIOUS AS,,TO THREATEN ,
,. .., llaehbtery: is on -, fine crop of lettuce; and is now planUngtomat.s, and -
-:- works, electric improved. ITS; EXISTENCE.
"tory. A new ;'. ", after they are harvested will sow cow peas, all on R the

there' fa''. abort :< same tract of land in one year.

..,not Times-Union.,'celebrated'iti a Pamewa 'Our 'Country Should BeOpen | J. F. Oberry brought to us some celery last Tuesday

"'! one bunch of which weighed 4 pound and eight

,/.. people If there of" are may. abower aI ra ,wlt.and ; : to' All. People. ounces. His celery is making him at the rate of .

l' 'and doorway of Alcoa ...., $1500 p racre* and remember, he ha* the use of this '
6 o'clock al as n..cniis trot J
;j! there are any- ; same land for growing! two* or three other the
t ta crops
'" "'OapeBed by the COUNTRY SHOULD SE OPEN TO ALL OPtat, D. ,

'.i. .. aeattonof -, There very .was.,.. c : JO THOSE PERagCUTBD AND OPPRESSED ON same TifcV. ...Mr.,Oberry has made 41800 I in one season .' '

. 'nldpal system of had ao um KBUdlOUa. GROUNDS;, TO, GUILD. NEW HOllY,ON OUR ,on Sri sore: and an eighth raising egg- a.n.t.1, '-"iI
: 'enp;; AJtMqb. done? While : '
] Our Western and Northern friends would be surprised
'arty owders;wan" lock a gen R "' ,
...., .the sots atoodj79,, passed know'what,can be don.-,here by ,,1 Intensive' s[

,dispatch to the"" a sadden ;.If w* keep the'must-8adwaylf, and mean to obtain $ farming;.ajid,if they will come and give'uschance: { ,t
,'--- ";Theinoveineat : & and grasp PROPER. ,DISTKIBDTIOJf; these!inumi rants;.if net without,
the amount of$48( and grave "*, '' f i' fr we will. show them. .'
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Sloes_""M_first JD the"protect-! ,' then.throagh'legieladob'" '_ ; .r .", ., We have for sale In Park Garden, C and 10 acre), 'rlf

" ,tIoL Tfmes-Ur .7O'' .** toei .... fc Th.;:iroraH': ATLAim6: ,PORTS CANNOT ao, ON ANI f f tracts of land that will par J its price net abovejsxpencJ* y;'l'

r., _'to y:.;:. : been,look- ABSORB ,;AJJ//TIIOSE; THAT.:COME. "at>" ;i'the, AmerlcaxT: ***' -. will .'.: ...,..>.*>
Iri time fter".upport"'a-4- ,
:' 4 .The ..-.waated see one :year' and ever -"
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; :?refused to can an ,* 'nation*I ii profitm lTKel7*"best ideals becauMi. of the;Russian.Jew. ; family luxury if farmed to best advantage: Weguarantee'fipi

. /'ipoee'of allowing time to .'It) ,U a.,fact?" that"'tb se"poor people are BRINQINQ' TJ8Tn'RATJI ,
,for rattled flowing wells and caji show' .you whatl ._
\: or against -am-aq if ometinie they go too far which In our oaaig meJ'-
..-; good '.......1] .,',. ote uW juchlands :doing These lands
(laori companion to , sorely_need.' ;. --'-; .are : are I selling' fast -fj t
........ : enough-IQ t '" .
Parto. Then for therels a'small cent. of Florida land
whitthe'Qermanwu per so favor, *
Ice boIkUng good face of well Jane Addama says,7To America, today the'Bosslan Jgw'is

;:rthe'cotmty,or the' thJrti"aJId forty years'ago.*' The poor Rnennm Socialist :. ably located and with such wonderful producing power
the roads ; '
think 't
crIe "It
,enough for all \ .and an mTiirt i Sa only trying perhaps, to'express in a erode: way as Park Oarden.- .,.. '"

" OIeeola''COQIaq stranger. hi*,ideals. -c *"' J!e. have orange.groves, !improved-and un !!Ilro..CS:'. "
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iboOdipg'a: ayst $oslee. lands at prices that are encouraging to, the buyer. ,-*
, 'ejtperts' '.., 'an what 'I .
'Co T spondence solicited.: ,
: ; ;
, ,' 'atrueted in the' ; I Sims of: Prosperity ,

;? i county' has',not '
,oollar. "
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l the cafe Apparent Eversrwliere.Br t
' told_the ad-
One .great re I
- ... 'lonaes flourish ; Suddenly' one AlMtlia A. SOOTH Ctistrssea: ef t.... Beerd ./ Dkweten .* the Cons**' \
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s,. ''neaa ot, local;' ." Ste n lda Com.

'' *t their lavish his neck and 18 BEGINNING TO APPEAR IN ALL BRANCHES NELSON REALTY
; The amount they valuable Ape ,
! pose! la. well ,nigh I, ..._,examina PROSPERITY EXCELLEN1'ANDTHItRE' .
.. "true'economy for were found 'iEA.I.' IS I IS .'
fully justify the the urn : THAT 'MONEY WILL BE-.EXPENDED 'FREELY COMPANY
b;; ''The lesson I it -london-TTt-' FOR-. f..- OCEAN T -- TRAVEL- \v ,DURING- -- 1910._ ,' ,
home merchant, I KyK at ,,'
it cessfully order houses meet..the.... Sale I( This prediction substantiatedby; the fact that all lines are-"mak \J

<\;:their book'and order. ing preparations to. deal 1 with increased"traffic, which gives promise ,to Kissimmee, <$, e Floridal ::

((ground advertising., by _'::7pro The' good; 2 extra as equal or surpass ,anything ever.known in the past. I fully' ,expect that. / ,'. ,,

\ : once. De. the; '' will,, show the RESTORATION OF NpRMAL
qaslntirit the [:, Address present year: -.
te way With the : & 88, ,, :BUSINESS ,CONDrnONS_ --yes'the, .condition: they! were in before j I "

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.' ty: '.''Tool ll-V 'li i ir 1 i. omtapipbmd'.,":ae. , at this'office' ,' I ;Mr.' Roberf Folaom'ha Jwrt .retained I. IIr: and Mr. Henry' P.. Meyer of: , ld

, .:20 .: from" bosinea trip to Washington..' New Baltimore Ohio,, .who have spent c... ., Tlallkt. iAN{ O I

-- -TlPMON- --- .--NO? u1.- For Sale-A good Jeney'ailt'txnr' II Mr. W. H.' ,Norton,. cashier ',of the .fr the pa home.. five on weeka in Kisslmmee, left Th family of 'Mr. W.. < **- > .
I Tueeday, although they J. Floyd wish I 0
Apply to R. Goice.
D. Itpd new Qtlaeii fisuik U j
spending today will
.make. the trip bY.Ul.taaee. Both to.xptpstti.b. for M.hrV die l.III'-
fi"; PUBLISHED) EVERY'''FRIDAY? Hello .Central : traasaetlBaboaine:. ** In Tampa. Mr." and firs Meyer were. frienda May thanks to their I'
,, give roerNo- 149,;the delighted and neighbor* for their kindneta 1'0'llt.Domoentte.'voleni: e' Oseeeta Ceaakys'
p. hop.. J. G. ;-the Mr. and Mrml: S. and with our town and it* people, and wUlretnra "
-BT- lion e Kimbroagh H. Cull little and daring JIb ,protracted illness and 1 heMby sjiaoune*mjmi is e tetsdetsee... I t.
HA" I.. >t-tf daughter. Harriet o( St. Ooud..apent spend next wGtbr'amang' fOIl; the also ktraber ol Ike BOOM of Kpn. BteM m te tnorids ." ,
W. beautiful
tr': ., Call and see my new line of sample, yesterday.In the clf.1,. 4 w.Mr. fatitnah-many'. flower at the Uvilatoi., ,.... Owwote OM I..,MtkVt/. ;

" J. G. Klmbrorgh" the Tailor Phone and Eta::. William Hahraan.. of I .".. tree, eleowM, ee tae wtehitf be lieia.naey .
I 9>- Mrs>S."Ir Tyler baa taken charge of Altoona. Pa., earn to Klasimmee on entree' U ae srUaartM' *o be heM *tt *k.jokbjy ,/
Report'Following the culinary department of the Park the 10th and will, remain until the 1st ,.Notice.' <>. ol.M r. tar,ails n.pettan sottel yo rtotefc ;'',

;,:;.41 . ;; Use Plank' thin Tonic Gnaran- HoteL of April During their Uy Mr. Hab- _> .. ,J,TRIPLHT.f ." I,I

teed. )Price 25 cent. Holdo1 by all i W. regret to team that Sheriff "Pre- man.will thoroughly investigate business AID offering fay house furnished, good ;. '

: druggista. [7-8 rate baa been confined to bk',home by and other(twnditians in and aroundour Piano from Say M to SeptR or Oet-t or. (CHy ...... ..'

" ; are the daily temperatures Wbo'keep. tb..largeat and best lines*,this week.Miss . pleasant town family and It will possible be be'and hi* a. baraa1a to' a eoaple who wlu keep I 1Ien",.*__.,..u.*.>...IIJs.s far te- I
and precipitation aa assortment ere long numbered
Blanch} ' things In good order. .Call and eieoiloaNiMemee of CMj.: MankU, en4 11 p I
MeCamy Orlando
of furniture Anybody will of "U .among,our permanent residents. !see me.
reported by the Government, tell TOO W. ti. Makinson Co. lad he, this week of br friend. HIM JOtI **". HaupfPhotography. PDDIICW tooted will*o tke bert of DT bUlty IWtkfnWy .
guest .. ; -
::,: station. _.the. -. Slanche Lantaater..J-'- '- -0 Mr.-and Mr*. wV F.- .J..mlftger'aDd ; MM*****UMdntlv of....otter;
week ending Mar. 17, 1910.GUMUIIUM. . For Sale-Several thousand extra .* Mr. and Mn. Ti itch, of Springfield Mo., ,.,.,. YOrurrra ,
largo Livingston Beauty tomato plant, W. J. IfcCracken: of St. Paul. Neb.*. spent a couple of week in"our town -...... J. .
.... raised home place.; M. Tiller. will arriv In this oily about the first leaving on. Tueeday for borne While "J am Ptoepan d'.&o-m khbotoaft ; _. -
....,.... tt ; .- "April with Another ear load of horses 'the -cattis M Tlorldflnerely+ ; for a short lor .
' ... I, Call :
kind << MarskaL
Friday . ... 83 6iT . at studio located Uty .
; '!'. for 'sale.} ; See adv.. in another column outing, they' were, so1' impressed with just i
Saturday. . .-., 76 62Sunday. .. ri.a; :Rent-After Monday, two or three *, ." the many advantage of thi* town that above the Midland Ry., Broadway, 1' "ft .-""r'AM '-''' -ter '

\, 10. .... ... 78 45Monday . for light housekeeping;: central; Preaehing-l ate the Christian,chnrth: they will return in the fall and mak or will. go'any where.,to make, outside of Ctty........awl HlMt the Vtffmt ..>
? no children., Address drawer848. Kis next Sunday by: the pastor Rev.'A. M this place their permanent home., t*. ***n.t th*conta.*Iwthnk. '
1 .. .. .. 81B :. simmee. ' It.pd, 3hisholm. '. Subject; "The Supreme 1 ,s. ; Price reasonable.J. !.a.Nt. I

Tuesday... .. ... 76 63Wednesday. ,." Teat" Evening: service at t.15.; : Ton much praise cannot be giventhe LANOASTEK.:, ,. a- r. bhrls i
... 69..41 ,.. For Sale-Pair of .small males, thoroughly Village\ Improvement Association for -.-- .. ..,... -- -
" broken and good puller' Enquire Mr. C: W. GrifAri's;; new cottage on engaging! the Schubert Symphony Club

..Thursday. ?l...,.. 76_ 41. . of S.- W. Downing,,.at' Nelson his lot near the Midland. railroad. U' and Lady Quartette, of Chicago, .to appear
Realty Co: 10-tf completion and will be ready here on March 23d at the Opera

- = fo>.occupancy in a .hort.time.Don't . House. This company, is in' Its 20th ELDER HENRY CUNNINGHAM .
J. M: Poet will repair your watches. I;year of success, .and M acknowledged .
NN N'N I clocks and jewelry and will do it right forget the Shubert Smphony'Club everywhere: to be the 'moat up-to-date. Recommends ,
or refund your money. See him next and Ladies Quartette at the Opera ; Musical Company traveling. Every n
door to Osceola Pharmacy.: 10-tf, House under the auspice of the V. I. body likes music and everybody enjoys .
THE LOCAL fIELD.i S., nextWedneeda.venlng. a hearty laugh.. A delightful blending 'Vt
For Cypher* Incubators, poultry supplies of pure fun and fine music is one reason t ,i:
At the Grand Lodge Knights of
< ; and Arthur G. Dustin strain Py why the above '
has .It1eV
won I
i' White G. E. Was which met in Jacksonville last p
Wyandotte ellP' see .
4 ti... .... "' . Takachtg6* t5-00 per hundred' ,. -b-tf ..ek.COI. W.'J. Sears "wa promoted to th* top notch of |>ublic esteem. i 'i' For Weak' Rnn-Down People
from grand inner!!, guard to grand mas Another demonstration .ofjtlssl*: "
,...- .. Wade> thejunerjrlandp! : .. Vii. For Rent--4-roora-cottag-ntcely: tern arms.- '- iD..'. splendid) artesian well: territory \\{ l ';:f' 'MI w'u run down and weak from

. feo't: to M. Tiller furmahed and well located. in residence wu shown last week when Mr. J. M. '. .
apply indication .
Dwellings, A lady quartette is always 'a 4rleneral-deblllty.aJ.
section of city. Will rent till Sept. lit source \1 .1j, ;
(>. on reasonable term It M. Tiller.. of delight to bran of beautiful music his WiUson, Jr., struck' a splendid flow on : ..\ offered from vertigo... I saw a cod :;.
Large desk blotter* lc at this o/- and the Schubert Lady Quartette bone ' West Kissimmee. While :! liver preparation called Vlnol' advet '
to take of the best Hear wu measuring the well, I.
Wanted-By responsible party them March 23d at
fir.. .d care of furnished house at St. Cloud for the Opera House Mr. A. s. Nelson with a party of Kan- ti ed and decided to sin It a'trW. 'I
Checked apron ginarham at Stanford rental during auromer for rental ofaame. saa investors arrived on the scene and and the results+ were mot gratifying.Attar ,ti

Co'. .. for 6c per yard.. No children. Address X. Y. Z., Don't fail to pay your poll tax by saw the water flowing six feet above taking two "bottles+ retained+ my ctrengtli, and am

Just received, a big line of trunks.W. this office. 12-tf April 9th, if yov want to vote in'theprlmades the was ground.made and Within sale closed a half, the hour purchaser a trade. now-JeeJlnc,.uniuually welL.- HENRY. CUNNINGHAM' ""
B. Makinson Co. 10-tf remember the law requires Elder. Baptist KJ stoa. :KC. 'X' 'Y;
Notice i I. given to all contestants in [ that. you pay It.-younelt. See acquiring two small houses and fifteen -C'
'the piano contest being conducted by acres, The' depth of "the well I.i
notice of tax collector U .
For Sale-Three good< the Kissimmee Drug Co. that all outstanding 173 feet, and the consideration was two moat tonic*- the medicinal,
good hone. 4tfJ.. W. MOJLBK. must be voted before The Schubert Mandolin and Guitar $ ,>800. '
Tonic .
I N) atrengthcning bodj;:buikiiog clcmenU ot Cod JLivcr OH aDd
skirts H. April 15th. After this date all coupon Club will render some bewitching ;
in wash at very
C. Stanford bargain Co'*. will be dated and must be voted within selection at the Schubert concert on Mr.-W. I. Noel and wife, of Minneapolis Iron.. ;ViDoi oontain no oil, and is by far the'Best Strengthening !;
80 day after date stamped thereon. Wednesday March 23d at the Opera Minn.! arrived in the city Wednesday TonU obtainable
Mr. We return without t "
) >onif
Agency of the White Star Laundry : 12-4t . Howe Noel is the electrical expert '" your money que
at the Home Store Phone. 164.:: of the American Bank Protection Viaol does not accompliah: all we claim.for it. I.
Tw'enty-nve to thirty-five per cent Mr. John Holmes of Nonda, N. Y., Co., and is here to install the double ;

See those. lawn shirt waist price cut reduction on spectacle and eyeglasses arrivedjn |legi we< k.on.a prospecting automatic electrical.system. of vault ,ROBERSON'S- IARMACY, Kissimmee '
in half'1tH.-C. Stanford Co'.. for the next thirty days. Over five tour, -and becanje'BO impressed protection inthe new Citizen Bank : ,
hundred pair to be sold at coat tll new with the advantages our section offered The system i* (guaranteed a strong
Buy a nice residence lot 60x150: feet goods. If you want a cheap pair or a that be will purchase property and make and reliable company against burglary
In Davenport. Terms to suit 8-tf : good pair cheap, come in and see ..boutft. his permanent in this vicinity.As for all time to come, a* it is absolutely!
Satisfaction aranteed. burglar and hold-up proof. Any attempt
For perfect fitting eyeglasses and DR. P. G. WHITE.l2tf there has been. eo many changes by yegmen to use explosives We f "
spectacles, see Dr. P. G. :White.Dress Kissimmee, Fla. in the ownership of real estate in this means instant death to the one trying axe .exclusiye-ajgentis orREENFORCED
county the put year, it is necessary for it. A public demonstration of the system ,
gingham 8 to 121c-at the old Dr. E. C. W:.teott. late of Atlantic those who have sold or bought land to will be given within a .few days, ; ,: ,;
', reliable store of H. C Stanford Co., City, a thorough student of meehano- see the assessor, so that there may be which will enable everyone to see the .1
? therapy, ha located at the Graystone,' no mistake in the entries workings of this wonderful device. '
Ladies, have J. G.... Kimbrough. the and is prepared to treat patients for 1 ,,,' ;; s "V..u.d.0 r, RejenforcedHammocks

Tailor clean and press your e tirts. ailments of any character, but makes a Mrs; Nabors and daughter, Misses a i t I
Phone 149. 9tfLaRue specialty! nervous diseases and 'indi Bessie and Emma, left for their homeat fine Pleasure Trip .u low .in

. seal-shipped gestion. 12-tf Birmingham, 'Ala., last Wednesday, Anyone wishing to see a fine farm .
serves only oyslets
after spending a few week in this city, : ; pl-tce'blghfn
No melted ice to .destroy the Mr. A. B. Packer of Chagrin_Falls. Their many attends in Kissimmee were should go and see the Van Dncor farm : : .. quality,."

flavor. Ohio, who has been' 'Spending the put' pleased to have them with us again.They eight miles south 6f Kiaslmmee. The -"" ,' II' "

.- Phone 149 when your suit needs cleanIng caller few weeks at this in office our city last, wu S.turda1.Mr.a pleasant. will return next winter,. writer was" driven- out:to yes ..' .
and pressing. terday.. This farm-contain. 160 acre ...
Parker down to Inv.aUpte"our .
9-tf .J. G. Kimbrough, the. Tailor.. climatic and soil condition, and i* so ,topped Mr. C.over D. in Evans the city ot Felicity a few day, Ohio this, with good house, bam, silo and packing : r f&!!"' ..,.

For Sale-Lady's bicycle; almost mw; to favorably remain impressed permanently.that he ha states decide that wee Mr. Evans bad, been on a prospecting house. The oranlf-trees are largiand
used only two weeks. Bargain. Herman tour over the southern portion are covered with blossoms, and .
Scrader. near M. H. Porter' ll-2tpd there are several other people in hi* of the state and said he had found no eemed to be more'advaneed than ':Coats; more .diit:
section who will come down hi the fall. place in Florida with toil and climate any ; ;, no
A Princess dresser I charming equal to thi. I have seen The two-acre Excelsior
A trainload of Northern
j1 :piece of furniture for the young.lady' Western special! homeseekf rs' .jirrivedLhere early . plum orchard on this farm is a sigh< '""hF -n. \ '.thC.....Bt1'3'l' Qht. :='-wo.yei4

trooinW. &'Makinson. Co..haj tbem.- thi* morning;, and on account of a Pleasing the people hafbeennr'trade wortiTaeelnjf now while It i* 'fuJI') ,

10-tf wreck on the line south of this point with the Schubert- Symphony: : Club* and bloom The grapefruit 'tree. are also, ( M',9t 4+ri article I Ir
Lady Quartette. for and
' Let J. G. Kimbx: gh, the Tailor take were delayed several hours. Thi train their program contain many lot of yean fun, of a In bloom. We saw extra large :{teartrees

? your order for your Spring suit. Phone will go number through of to the Fort excursionists Meyere, but alarge refined nature a* well a* a wealth of on this farm. A large mulberry I . ,
atoppad :
Na 149; 9-tf off here to investigate conditions fine music. Hear .them at the. Opera tree. near the house fa a sight to look .' ..,".. ',.
House March .
i. Pennell, agent for Sayman'a Vegev About thirty-fire .of- them left by , Wednesday, 23<1.- at. This is an extra large tree and ii U 'Or' ., ;;", ...;.',I .f'I". <)r ;. '4 ; I
steamer shortly after their arrival, to ': :} 1\.. ,
table and remedies and '
r.,1'. ; Soap Ordway'* nearly breaking down with mulberries, '!. .f. "tF"; : i' ,,
)lr. A. D. Gardner of N. .. ., ,
" 'f Hasten. 4-lSt-pd look over the Southern Colonisation ; Bismark. 1 ,> > ; !r ; I
, .- ,. Company' land sixty mile] down the Dak., who ha spent the winter" fai onr that are great big long ones, and com :

Boy a farm from the Davenport ricer town and who purchased' considerable are now turning black, The, tangerines And ;J'astti tl roe.timee'ae .
. baCn property daring his stay here left forMs and .
p ,,-seventeen mile* young peach t.neaiook r
oath of IQMimmee. ' 8tfGotoH. In accordance: with the new sidewalk home oa Saturda,. Mr. Conner good. The 40 of HAMMOCKSTHK '
acre sweet
ordinance recently passed by the 'Cit} will return in the fall to make this corn long
C. Stanford Co'*, depart- Council. Dr. T. M. River and Mr. CBnckel hi* permanent! toms'Thi on, this farm .are worth. looking at KIND THAT LAST ''- .' ,
went tore. They are the originators are' havingnew cement slow The Berkshire bog and Plymouth )Rock 1-

''I- ef low price in ..Im-.. walk laid in front of their residence Nelson Realty Company sold the pool try.that are pure bred look good to : .
thi week. This is a good example and Wallace and. Littl..1en acre of land ;
its I New hotel Just opened at Davsnport, ahonkl be immediately followed by allpartiee west of the court house to. John Jones one from the North. There .I'also toM WE: 'i, /a f.ii'J

j .',. seventeen mil** south of Kissimmee. living, on streets where sidewalk and .P. C. Dunlap of ,.Book county. eeen on thin place 40 acreof Rocky- ; ALSOVudor . J i'Ski
Good hunting an4 .fishing. 8tfI have been ordered laid. There Ranssa, and ,these), ....gentlemen-do{ ford canjteloape ;growing''' that ,oak '" . l w
will be five time her .... '.. ... .- ,. .,. "
., -- a* many people hesitate to state c that they have great tins: .There are inillioiM or hotVeyitt*! : 'toIc'; '1Hr<< .
, v for bargain In' resident property next fall and winter* there baa been fai th In) Florida,investment-, (,:;j -, In'thi* that 'waking .. .
. truck land and orange grove; call ot the put season and the more attraefrLre -0> V" grove ;, .are .honey ., .
r HM...Breaker.. Klasimmee, Fla. 4-tl our'town Is made the more ot them. "We are pleased'.to'aonwaeitb'outre for someone'somewhere.' ; Thi farm '
will locate with us., *,many of whom .are interested mut pNduee 'i good* revenue'and 4* :Porch Shades;' '
: After'November 16th wood will be In the Si Cloud Colony that.we'have worth : :
P.' tl.20 strap delivered. Mr. D: E\Freeman, agent. of the: Atlantic secured 'an experienced correspondent aton.' ', ,:lit>1 !six eight and, ten. #
Lumber Co Coast Line less Just returned c. EDICT.uperetitfen. > ':: '
.Klasimmee at that place and will. now be* able to foot '
from a visit to the colony.of St. Cloud. famish them a resume in- full of each I lengths .at;; y
..l.ti. Fbi Sale.-Lot of fine celery and. 1st- He was surprised at what he saw there week'. Happening* u they ear in that 'e'Att'JMaias 'I I '
tree plant at the Model Farm, jest and spooks very approvingly of the development thriving city. ; -.' There! la aa Italian npemlO"thatWhenever ', .. ,
..,, : ;.acroas the railroad from the Inn.Help ., that came under hill notice. a 1ItJtc..W.: ... Ug'to late 1 ,.. .. , .' t, A ,
\ . The 'Valley Gazette'' .. ,
He summarize them .
r. u seventeen hundred received a very \
Wanted:, A middle-aged woman boo* et Savoy disc a huge aagle I* to .
people an organised and laeorponLed pleasant call on .Wednesday from Ref Y'Yoryqattrac'tive
i, '. or girl 10 to U wanting a home will do town, with a eventy-two-room and Mrs. W..tcottof'St. Cloud.- Rev. fee areal crosetag the Alp.Ortr the valley y .
'.R ,wefl to write me for Par eWan."'Mra. brick hotel a big brick bank>an electric Weeteott I* fai charge of -th* Methodist of Aoeta la th direction" Bavoy,

.. ,A.' S. Lenmgton- .Pine-Castle- ,'''Florida. light and Jce plant,.a telephone chareh at that place, whito Mrv Westeott -. sad the :conviction prevail among the -- :! -

:t. .Oet.. t k!;2-U--' *' change and moat of"the other appurtenaneee la a practitioner of mechanotherapy. ....bltI.ata.-of Aoeta .that tbJrcglgWoea ,
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'. .For'' Bale-145'. of city life, either acquired and is ...tlng with. much success the, ioN of the dead aorereiga '
,. ,, tslhe-toom. -dwelling stns,''. -containing'a.tory atoreaooM in the prooaas. It la hi* opinion that in L r.tteatment of 'dI1fenDtjdlaeaeea.f 'to Join floes of ..*'uee.t.On to Bavoy.WhenKlng prices" '4 '

and barn good- land located",oa the com people- to .St.who; Cloud have are been getting Induced.their to ATM NlsonL Realty' Company'atM the' : Charfea-.Albert' dkd,at :, "' "

1 ,n11r- ad.<( A big bargain at '1000." ':' money** worth right OB the afreet and WUleon fifteen acre' In the west part. XJsboa," ...';\7Setqr VmmaaMl'.dl '> Y M
to J. Ixmijcas.: . .KJsstrantee.. Fla.., r the longer they stay and develop the of town to Austin O..Earl of Rook at. Borne tad King HbmbuC'wss. aaaaalaated s Iii.

1 c. "Spring Fashion"- Turban: braids.- .are more they" will be worth, Thia brief account county Kansas and Mr. Earl wfll bring I ,, at :Mowa la,1900 the! KIe .t y s J

",''JT." 'Send your comulng* to b* mad of th* state of thing up that way hisv family, seven In tituaMr/ heN, to I was eeea wincing- It*, way acroa the / -. t... A ,'
( 'np.> Quickest place In :America for la quite'In accord with what The Time live the Ant of October,' which will add A1D..' All other eaglea''"croeelng f the ,. .r. ,

r braids, switch**, toupsea and wlga.i -. hear from entirely:. reliable eonrcea. greatly to ,Klasinunee's population.. 'Alpe don't! eeem. ,td couat for mock : '
Acme Co. Savannah and It expect to see St Cloud a* successful Welcome to all such eitixena.V r / Just the thing toniake"fiho't'velrandaa .0 I. ;i it
i Hair IMtpd .
:, ;. : u the similar colony undertaking Fnank .. . ;' ,,, }. ,.. i
"* ;?-For 8aie-UO.. acr ert9aena cleared.:- at,FlUgerald, Ga. ,=Tampa Time. Mrs. Qrahun and Mia Meami 'AneUnt Roe**. / ; r ,Jt
''f";", 4-room house, necessary ontboJUdinga; of St. Cloud were pleasant caller at Sops mad of various ldD4..ot fiber .Vu.Uor
" What cam near proving a serious Valley Gasette office on. Wednesday a cool cosy, retreat 'Ix
: t acre in oranges; a weU"of good wator. aad leather are of nary apekat data ,. 1I.
; In..8 .. Price accident occurred oa Wednesday afternoon TheM ladle this,-tIon last '. '' tAndwttlle
;: > mI.I..of.K.I..m. / I Rope of palm have''been found In PORCH'
fall from
about 8.80 when hone Oberlin. Kan. and
; Kgypt ID Ute tomb ot Beat Hauan
perfectly *, -
in which a* with
r > JoMPb Mnrray.r I to a buggy were three children dellgtfted !
\. . of Mr. S. B. Story ran away from 'our climate aQd our. people arid, are (about 9000 B,'CO.,and oa the walla of

': t r .Paper Hanging.-If yon''want'uk1: 'a neat ,the school house,well, the children being decided to reside bore permanently, these tomb Is also shown the procee d let,ua:sbgw.jrougomti--- .
job of. paper hanging done drop notice thrown out of the buggy and the Postmaster Frank Van of preparlD.1Je'IIIp.' la a tomb at ?l
in little girl painfully hurt It Agnew returned vTbebee of,the_time ofThotLmes', IIL '
tM'po.toflia for me.I have a fine appear from New c NEW FLOOR : :
. last
'& line of New York wall paper 'sample that the oldest bo,. who is a lad in hi* 'where he ha been. at the bedside Saturday of, (about JflOO D.- 0.1) la a group' representing' .
which will be glad to show I teen, was in the habit of watering the his the.procee of twisting thongs i'j'2:"
brother Col p, A. Van
Agnew, *1O
I, .!-tf y.JOBNG. HOWAKD.. )home horse with every: his evening brother before and starting sister for who i* ill with typhoid fever in that of,teat her and the method of cutting Art Squares, 9x12.$3.5O to $25.00. eachMattlng '

they dty.' __Mr. Van* Agn w states that leather ato_tbongsv, J l .
'-.When the new Louse is finished,' then driving hi town to achool every: morning : "' : L'lBcrtotJ5cJper"yard-k' ;.
',j .. come the pleasure of furnishing each from their home ,sevenmiles m the when he left hi* brother be was out\ .. ,'. -" "
.... .room.. The star where yon can seethe country and on that 'eveningthe boy of danger; and*'on the ..blgDtread' to. .'tetxneryr AlrA.n4 011 Cloth,. 5c, 0'
':[ best line at the most reasonable price took the bridle off the horse for, him to *.I- !'The Chinese. orshlp anoestors. Linoleum '

_, la the place you will go.-:Where Is the drink-when it at oncemade- a dash CMrrE. T Frowe,' who .came- to KIs- "How queer! ,By he way nave you 85c per sq.' yd..;
w placet ,Why, W. B, .. and after running a block the children: ,, .a
'y'r.- -' <' . Ciatf norms from WaumegaKan*.,' last heard the latest Ma vjore is engagedto .'
: thrown out. The smaller '
were boy was
fall brought to this offlc on Monday a real live .duke."-Louisville.. .CoorierJoumal -.. .
i only slightly injured but the little '
J.I have 25'; .... Sid an alfalfa plant; that measured eight Y
. acres-22 cleared ;a 4-room was seriously hurt, and was earned inch in : \,i .. .
length< with root of five .
inches -
house, a frame barn and t '
necessary ont- Into the Park Hotel and eared for and ,
" Mr. Frow
brought the seed from
..; building Mad two well of ..waiter; a where she remained until the Th rarest of flower i
lI.xtelay. which this plant from Kanaaa ., Is c Der ,
'creek runs through the northeast cor- when she had'' nfficlently recovered to : ol H e. y
and sowed .it about Racine.OM : dw
ninety day c l lS
aeo. e a at a
:\, Her.affording.. Two plenty mile of from;water Kissimmee.>for -alpurposes. be carried to her.home. The buggy ee- He .aya he is perfectly satisfied that /,s : ;r

". taped with little damage, and at this alfalfa will do well in this' section and be "
1 Price > .: ) Ppen bmgat ha mtfM ..d4i '
time the children
i > enjoying their
');- 8- .. '" '- ... _, JoM. >ph. Murray.: .canal,, ?are, ,* : ,,, :. .be he,_will aa procure plant several the seed.-acres- -*a-*"-soon-..--a*,-, til efflos toratkt oa.11/.TItwsryi,: . ; M '-- fL rAN( Y"J
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other : fine 'location well Land
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'Wholesale and Retail on railroad. ...
via ;j rented, and alwa>* occupied. This .
t." '-Dealer lr. .. I i property if a sure enough anap, and you 20.000'aeres of. Phos- '! ,' ''Il"' ,'." . ....... r I..
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'h:1: neeeaeary and anyone deahing. a good 29.500 acres of ,PastureLand. '-' :: ., ' "
Fresh'iBeef t 5 :Pork : anfl d df investment cannot turn thia pronoaition I <" R cs( m 1oIC.Liuut and Investment -
down Call and let ua allow b
very close: in to the buafnei part'of he 60,000 acres of Virgin '
> Mutton Timber railroad. Company) in lots
city. Property will pay large rew *. '
i'1 ;. -;' j Ion the price and grow double the present 24.000 acres turpentine -
Lv..Tampa, A. C. L.. 10.30am price in a few year lands, 80 acres with from Fifty to Ten'Thousand
PHONE 44.c I/r. Lakeland :A. C. L..11.45 am .
9 tf NK40N Emil Co.
Ly..KINlmmA..Co L..V. 1.06pm lO acres bearing orange
LT. Orlando, A. C. L. 1.88 pm 'grove. Dollars for sale, or 'will ex.
Lv. Sanford' A.,C L..f.fj2.K. pm I For Safe.
::c Sprigg Fleming LT. JackaooYUle A. C.L.i"8.40pm. ) SO sires of nice land Inside I the cor- 10-acres,in? city limits .
LY. Wayeroea, A. C. L..I .10. '
.. ._ ..' _.. ,. J.word TIfton, Ga., A. C. L,12.63 60pmLT. am..porate limits of, Kbaimme Good good houseNuid outbuildings chance same together with
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CLEANING Ar. Albany, Ga A. C. L. .. ..%.20 am orange Land,.trucking land.,Price JKO ;with' 3 acres of bear? -
t>o4 Ar. America C. of Ga.i....;.. 8.8B am' aere time on ,half If.deaired. We: of
,per ; ; 5 'an equal amount cash for
PRESSING' ,.,: Ar. Columbia a of Q....,... 6..s amAr.p.llka ,also hare 10 acre of land about }, of a ing orange' groreil: acres .
DYEING *HREPAIRING Ala.; mil from the court .boaH'' that willrai.regetables ,1 .'
Ar. Birmingham. C. of Ga t
,: Ar.Jaek on' Tetm.L Cf.7.25pm; "lliSO, am .:. and citrus, fruit. ,be> well that flow yer ". &oo real: estate. in .this ,le-
Ar Fulton k' L C.., ., (.'thA.IO pm aide being nicely located for...acleea.' 100.gallons,,per;mFoinformation 'ti '' '
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Ar. Cairo I1I.YXC.f i : .V10.10 pm Would make, Jdeal place- for -a' alee ; ,Reality. J.- ,
Ar. .., !8.! I.'C..1t01 am an ,r 'write :' :.. / / ,
1M.. ''a* myhooa and clothe ..... .borne,where a'jersey cow and cWebue0a)4 : ?
'Ar. St. Loula. Mo.. L C. 7.20 am ,
be ea11.d. and be kept, tearing ample reaforgnu. L. ,A., MINX CO. '
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Ar. Centraaa Ili. I. C. I.SO am : for further"' #
11', :Ar. Ifattoon Ill..-L C.".'.'.;.-8,06, am *. and trucking.- Price 1600. I ,!.,...'n.oaua&. ."''. , particularsaddress. .'
Ar. Champaign. 111., I. C.It..:4.06am;>tf .'N'N1IL8OK'R&u.n.,. I, : .. .'
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I.- '. .fisherman.' .. }i 4.. ." ass."".. '
." ..; ;iSolid through traina; PenmanSleep... f;>4ivu e U hereby given :;than;,,jch.lawsgatsst ; :'SALTED'' : '
f J, M. 'wli. LsoN; Ja.., \ ,In dmint*and Chair Observation Can Jaekam Can and,W.Free to Chicago Re-' seining the lake*of this county i: .'. ' '
: will hereafter be strictly eoforced.. AUputJeelDte..a.cIwtutak.bObee '
IMningrCar--between Cokunbuaand ': MooreCraystooe
4-,, NOTASY "PVzc.:; .*V j ;'Puti a; tbrooch SUepin Cara and jAILI6A1ORIDES; '" ?, -- -- lymond .
.-c' i". "STATI AT-UaG., : 1K..I 1- JackMovilto and St. LouU. Buffet Par'Iqr govern thenuelree. Accordingly. BODQHT .Y'
Car Tampa JackMOTille., .f'|' ,c..'F. ;Aft' .
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'For Sloping Car RMrrationa or any _. '.Sberilr,a''' 6WSSMAN I : [LIATKER :CO:;] f.. KISSIMMEEFLORIDA
,JaaS NMJnc. ,-, FLORIDA additional information communicate Hotel ;.
.....4---- .__ _. with' ,. ,- '' .Old papas be bought In any quantityat / TO Fifth"'Avenue:
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!- A. W. FIHTOr. D. P. A., ,A.C.'L.: .. this office for 20c per,100., The very ; 'New-Tout,Cmr''' :- "
No.; 188. Eaat' .
Bay Stroh Jackaon. thing to put under'matting or carpetj.TfAkAcir: "; . .
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'" .JaSfillJrMEE. .,and Supplies, : :1
'DR. J.' W, 'siMP8O? .. +' -r._._._. i
/. Staple ,and Fancy Groceries Expert work at''reaaanable price. l> .. 'I'. 'ls.
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, . Notary Public State at Large, St. Cloud, Florida '
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.or.ri"a&Bopxai. J, 1,30 to 6XQp' ,'mlTelephoaeNe.Jun /, - 'Colonization Building Reoresentsfhe leading Fire,.Life and Accident Insurance'Co'k: .Z ;
Rear of Southern
:., ., yr.r KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .aid,.door .( Z; Taxes. Paid;,' '. r Rents Collected .' '"

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PHONE stdwoARoUaINCwoR *
; ;orncicor"' !T'RroGX'' siaanotE. i 176Prcadiint Local viewa'of KiMlmmoe'and.. surround, -.. : Legal papers drawn. Deeds recorded '
< OOO0i4slssuotisi .ing country :Titles examined and reported on' Abstracts furnished'Agent + '.
i :S.'F. .. 'KRleeS. at SL Cloud ', .:. :", Crenshaw. Bros. Seed Company; A;.
.: .. ., A.'I'T9aNu'.A-r-L: : w Sunday achool very1" Sunday at 9.80 BREED 0", -v 't : )Buy your seeds from an old established Florida. firm.. ,'w i'a;
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: Near Kissitttmee Is getting : : /
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; Satisfied With the Nedidne SASH DOORS 'PAINTSRO FINGr'
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p: .t scarce.:: At present there ,. ',1't: _', I. ',I ,':, , ; ..... ,
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Ivy are four trpcts':: on the arm .' ,.' .... ?. ''
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of the'lake 'east of Mr. .. I : We .' ., .- , "
are to positive' that our remedy ' .- . t tI
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t'8 home 'IIt' will permanently "relieve constipation .. .. "
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no matter,how chronic its',quay be/ /I- y .
'" ..$j25.00. $150.00.. $37.5.00'and :$400.Ooeathnear we offer to furnish the medicine at our

:' : expense should it fail to produce satlsfactoryre.ult.

:1'' "" ___" .. St Cloud..R. R.. .. ,1.y. .- ... '. i .' SEE'H.EREJ:;
\' ,a, It ,la worse han useless, to attempt to :
acres cure constipation'With cathartic drugs.. .
h' 10 in ,Standing Pine '.'
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Laxatives or cathartic*fin M"") h"wy" .
m ':' : timberIn, Kissimmee Oar- f' They cause- a reaction, Irrltat'add .. -

. dens at'' $25.00'per acre. weaken the bowels ,and tend "to,,make .. rr

.,. Pine Timber I is 'growing'hi, constipation more chronic./<< Besides, : k We buy and are'recelving'oo'clt week goods in .
\".. their use becomes,_a habit.that i if dan. . 'I., .
% '. .value every' dny.:. ,'.- gerous.< II> .: ., : . "r', : . .', .'.' )i. ',.T CAR LOAD' LOTS'V. ,. =- -
t Is Caused weakness ; "
by a
Il-: who .
the ; ,, will ,
.' : .' of the nerves and muscles bf the large so we. are people money.. ...
", .:' ( :' intestine or descending colon. 'J' 'ex. : when you. are ready. to-buy .. % .- .,
poet permanent! relief ;you must there.. ...4 ', ,. ... r ,
U. tv'J. VVILLSON' JF. fore tone up and strengthen these or* 'S .;.'AI '
-REAL. ESTATE BIND INSURANCE!: organs and restore them to healthier / r 4 1
activity. GASOLINE,
The discovery of the active principle / '
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otour remedy involved the labor of the ,- : QUEENSWARE ._ _GRANITE .and'. TINWARE

J'' world's" greatest research chern I....._ As ,/ .1--. I
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MI active: agent fc"possesses.the valuable FISHING_attfl HUNTING"TACKLE. AMMUNITION ;
qualities_of. .the>eaUmowA-1ntutIL .
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.See Our Goods! nal tonics as well as being particularly =' HARNESS COMUMBIJS WXGONS "

pleasant and prompt in' its ....ult.. : -.. '- -- ...
We want you to try Rexall Orderlieson t POULTRY WIRE BARBED WIRE IRON ,GATES

our recommendation They 'are exceedingly "
41 And get prices beorebuying.. We ares s- pleasant to take, being; eaten i ItON-BEDS' BED SPRINGS MATTRESSES '
like candy; and are (deal l for children I '
the Originators of Low Pricesn
delicate persons,and old folks,.as well TABLES CH'AIRS.. WASH-STANDS.
.in Kissimmee. as for the robust.. They act directly/on "

.. .;:, .,, -- ,. the nerves and muscles of the bowels S PORCH ROCKERS. J HAMMOCKSSHADES, ETC.. > f.. 'k

They apparently, have a neutral actionon a .
WE SELL other associate organs or glands. . '

Apron Checks at, . . .r1. . .. . . ... . .5 to lOc per yd They do not purge 'caul. excessive : ..* .Lii1 .to ".; .
Dress Ginghams at . .. . . .7. to 121c per v., looseness nor create any inconvenience : .
40-in. Unbleached Sheeting at. . . . . Tie per yd whatever. They may be taken at any .
Shirting Calico at . . .6 to 7c per yd time, day of night. They will positively
Quilt-Lining at . . . . .'. . . . 5c per yd ., relieve)chronic habitual constipation
or -
Best Calico ". -, . . ." --6J to 7c per yd
100 pTeces Dress Goods from . .15 to 75c per yd ;if not of surgical variety, and the J'w. B rt
Poplar Cloth, assorted colors, at . . 25c per yd myriads of associate or dependent chronic MAKI'NSON'CO 'Oi.
Check Homespun at . 6 to 8c per yd ailments, if taken with regularity fora
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Outing Flannel 7 to lOc per yd reasonable length ,ot time. They .
Elegant Line:; Curtain Goods . . . 7 to 25 _
come in two sizes of packages, 12 tab.
Elegant Line Serpentine Crepe at .20 to 25c per yd 1 1
Table Linen I . T, . . .". .35c toTl per yd lets, 10 cents; 86 tablets, 25 cents. Soldin "
Best Galatier Cloth at .. . . . 15c per yd. Kissimmee only at' our store-The i KISSIMMEE and ST. ,CLOUD :l
Table Felt, 54-in. at . . 66c per yd Rexall Store. Osceola
Table Oil Cloth at. . . . . . .25c per yd Pharmacy. .
Linen Crash at .. . .. . .10 to 15 per yd .., .
Cotton Crash . . . . .... . ,6 to 8c per yd for Sale. ...... -
The Famous Rub Dry Towel at . . ..-. . 35c to 7 eLadie. Fine "'-
colonization in O
.' Shirt Waists . . ., ,/0 : . 5Oc up proposition cev -:- PLOWS "'t?
Ladies' Wrappers . .. . . .<<. ...., . . . .65cupLadies' la county. 8,000 acres interspersedwith :. TRUNKS '
Skirts . . .. . /, . .. .95c to 810 each r splendid orange groves, beautiful ;
Ladies1 Petticoats. . .. ., -H. ?' '' .6Oc to $8 each lakes, finest of muck land and nice ; < HARDWARE. _, : -.
Ladies' Raincoats. ,' . . . . . . . .,J5 up. rouud ..timber.- Can add i FURNITURE RUGS WAGONSCHAMBERLAIN'S, '4-;
Ladies'.Coat Suits .... . 't" j. . . . . . . . $9 up 7,000 acres -
Ladies' Vests :. . 0 .. . .. . .. 10 to 60c more adjoining'if a larger propositions "
Ladies' Kimonas. . 2Sc to $1.50 each desired. You can 'deal direct with .
Pure Linen Laces. .1. .-. . . 26e owners. Good'titles and business.. : _... .i:4:
12 doz. BOttona for . .. . . '. .6c 9-tf NELSON square ............ ....,........ ;,

Gold Ee Needle., per paper. . . . . ;6c- REALTY Co. ,' 5 ... .. ,
Ladieal-Coats and Sweaters at popular prices. .
. '" Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously low prices, For Sale. ; "" ..
A beautiful Line of Ribbons, Dress Trimnvngs, etc. :' a
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600 farm
I acre excellent location, .
_ Above we have. .given you i j prices on a very Items Inljourw U _ _
--:,jmmensa-and weU\. *cted stock_ ; ,
ready for the plow Some fine hummockfor
iXours tor good goose ana !low prices, '"
orange culture; some high pine land. 1 1 11
H.C.STANFORDCO : Nearly one.mile ofbeautiful beach on
, J'' lake This is a high-class investment,

and the owner says S&LL.,."It will pay '. 1-', ;, . ....... ,,'
f. you to Investigate this.. ,: :. ',;;-'' < '

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Z. W: & G. W. BASS Splendid" bearing For/ groves for C'OU6H, REMEDYJI !

sale; from 2 to 6Q acre!' in fruit and \ .
\, good land in connection for farming, at .
reasonable prices and on favorable SURE SAFE PLEASANT TO TAKE
terms of payment. ;-- ..'
f"" S-tf _.. NELSON,REALTY Co. i. "

Wood Brick or StoneOUARANTEEJTOIGIVEPERFECTJSATISFACTIpN For Safe. Chamberlain'*' ,.Cough' O/1 : You l atop. that coughIng -' I Mothers of croup' ?children ,

120 of land fine lake 2 miles Remedyneverdisappoints 1 by: uing Chamber. should ,
i acres on those who ua it for obatilain'. Cough Remedy. It I.; bottle of''Chamber's ";
from railway station, close to school
has 2 excellent orange, ,,tangerine I and nate coughs,'cold* or irritation -' relieve the lung,aid ex ," Cough Remedy handy. It \
of the throat and effects will "r'l
' : : pectoration are manyanjaoa: !?

','', i 1 ,- i. papefruit'ves'one another of 8 acres. Will of sell 7 acres togdtheror and J. 1unp.rF'lntdoae.re1ieYreDPt: : . !. permanent, cure.' .nigbU-' it.,. ,'. :
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te Owned by Kansas ,
.eper man
Kissimtiiee Florida who might exchange' for ,,Rood Kansas:, : .. '._ t'zee '1}:

J' parties property... 9-tf Full {particulars.NELSON* REALTY to interested Co., .. ;;"scIoo;' : , For Sale Everywhere'iloo' ;: >. soar, -2s;. "ii
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NORTH KISSSI MM EE PHONE NO. 8.C. .; t'' :Fish and Oysters. I " : '.. :;0
,F j" Fresh fish and oysters every'' day' In 0 ;:..

the city i;Week Bearden delivered building to,'any phone part 176.of"the' WHO"" '. :SE'L-L S Kissimmee .

r : W. Griffin: .i i iFattiily .t :.r Clue, BABS.-, , Granitoid ,,Stono"Work8J".
YOUR PRQ'PUCE:9': : Makes everything' ; ta.-Cemaut. line;'_ ;
: : such as Blocks. Piers fur Houses. c.- ;
f': -Fancy GrOCerIes : ; AWAYOPENMany ; J :, '. ment.tildewallc) ) Tile, Pnrch'C'ulutnikS,
,H,w T' Tile Btnne Steps. ,ChlmDe Ad
, : tI .: LEARN '.-'THE BENEFITS OP DEALING W'-TH'' ...." __, Stone. Can save you nearly one-half :JI
Meats. ., MEMBERS OF, THE LEAOUEI; 1 on oli-rs and Is better. Unto brick, ODe .1i
Fresh Reade."lOwe '"
t a Klsslmmeo bllf\ th, expense oo cblmners.

tit' .Delluerjr, Every_! Dad !at'any'llour.:' '1'atronaFe a 3ollclted'I : ItWell. .' The.National. League,of Commission Merchants governs'relationship' I lni t4illdopeneralcontrNttlnRinbuild-out I of wo..4.,1' brick' Ce-"' ; .
4Q Ther Is awag open to convince the between shippers and ,receivers, and! jpxoyides! for fait; dealing: always. inept.wurlc:la .all hoe's.: AU'.work.
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a > ha eopmade itrosibl e. The public Or-owera'and shippers should\ send for Free list x>f members "in,'28 I.guaraot.u..ltI..t-chb.Ai-'ent for the celebrated] ,
--- Cnurtrightimetal .
statement of their experience-is: markets and other Information, to. r' -. Shingle -, : ,
proof-the like of. which has never been r "* ' '
tact r5aIn cParola"RooTJa; produced before in KisslmineeRead B. DJCKERSON. 1"17=4., :'1
I this\ case of it given by a citizen I National League of Commission MerchantsDEPT.1OY '
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, Z. W. Bass, south side, Kisslmmee ;"j f
F'la., : ."Doan's Kidney Pills have . .': '
been of says such great benefit tome Wilt 1 . -- BUFFALO."' N. .Y.' r .... 12-4t-_,... B4-SS&: PORTER ::
1 ,do not hesitate to recommend them. A ."c:, --. '. :-. '- = :- 7-----:-::--;:- ---::::-:::=-;-- .'"7- l ;
lame back made It difficult for me to '
get around, also to stoop or lift. No DEALERS IN ( :
,.,..., position I assumed was comfortable, PARR _;&' AR1N'DI.-iDj : FancyilGroceries Grain -'
and a full night's rest was out of the .. ,
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Industry : and
fluestionT The kidney < rrtion rvere : .7' 7- : : : ,Feed of..JAI1'1"i.
U.8. Department of Agriculture Washington, D. C. It 1s located in tie so frequent In passage that I often had '- t
heart of the cIty sAdi*covered with AROID QF.Na. The Government toariae-,from. six-.U -eight times at ; .... 'IKinds./i t
' also ttaec RAROID for stable*, barrack,, warehouses,etc. It: uses PARO1Obecaos night.;.I tried various remedies and 'J ContractorsBuilders) t L--: ,: : i We .gficitpartof'lour'trado' : ..' rd
*It finds nothing as economical. ;,,,1, '. rubbed my. back with'liniment, buttono v Country PI-oduce Bides.. and1. '' .Furs-. ;.
I PAROID is the ideal roofing for barns, rubles; sheds, poultry houses avail. i finally beard,of Doan' Kid > ' .. '. . bought; and sold ?' ;)
. wudloll8eei-oatbui141Dga,etc. ftqtuOJyvmJaable for roofing siding. It ispermstieat. ,ney Pills and procured a'box'from the ,,. . .
.Is easy to lay, Is spark and cinder proof,alato color,conUitH BO Cissimmee Drug Co., They diposed of ; I :.... -* - . .. .. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA., ./
tar,does not crack, and does not nut la summer. '.' th. lameness in my back strengthened > OfESTIMATES hJ PHONE 6s. '
What Is good for UM Government will be whit for 7< ,Call for free aanple* of PAROID and see fast f.. Cook ot Vf(0 oT.riuliur: at night., I cannot say too '" : : 's. 0
( jstn Poultry and larnt JJIIUdJq plans fRo SOT the.aking.W.MACO..jssInjmee.f. much in favor ofthis effective remedy.. -p. /'I'V4N .AONlBWij.
: For sale by all dealers' Price 60 ets. : 1 J!', .
.On Stone Brick or Nood _
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.I i Cloud Buffalo N. Y.soU -7't: : ATTOKNtV >AV w.'f.[ -
, . agents f r the United States,' ,, ...i iAxe? AR..Pl.'t"-. :. 4'I' .: '
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; GENERAL DIRECTORY The Ministers Organize'-, NOTICE. .' Notice. I II | J C.:; H. Fountain"bed.,

> Of TAfT Last I I Notice* hereby given that on 1' :r. Xpril Netloe U hereby given that the uadnunlMratorortheratateof ....
i Monday the pastors of severalof Sale of. School Lands. \ 6th. 1910. the Council the City of KbubnmeeI O. K. ]I'OlIatafll. '
I' the churches in Kissimmee met at I Florida. wlirmeet 7IW n to receive Mated
Of the Churches and Fraternal Societies : I TallahaMM. Florida. March. II 1910. p. deceased will on Mouday, the 12th oar of Benterabernext .
'-- -' I It the Baptist church and formed the i> bid for Forty-thrae One Thousand Dollar Bonda .
makennaleettleraent hli
will sell to the of adralnlilratlon -
Board Education
>,t, items t of General Interest from the :! of l Kissimmee.< "Kissimmee Ministers Association highest The State and beat bidder for ca.h. the following each not exceeding; percent, per annum In. of said MtaUt and apply tor his 4
tarsal payable aaml-annually. Bond to mature aa dlwbargeaouch wlmlnlHirator.
Thriving Little Capital of j It is believed that great Rood will result described lands lying In OtomU county. Florida: follow: Five Bonds. five ,_.. Ave Bonds In .' -' N.U. III.rAN.i Admlnlatralor
State school land In the lath March b. 1110. ll-brao-
from All of the vacant I '
the organization.: The pastors ten five Bonds In fifteen yean eight BondaI
i iw CHURCHES. ....donaJn towiuhlp 21 .outh.rums.; 32 alt: townhll -
Prosper (tolony. among whom the"kindest harmony I Iin twenty yeWa.. tan Bonde In twenty-five )/_.... - -.
-L- ,.. Saouth.. 3leaat townahlpi W.
;... J W and rang- !
I and ten Bonds In thirty:
yean. .
;; already existed, will be drawn even 30 .nd SI .outh. ranm:34 calt. e..ptalnlnlr. H.C4.I.IIO' ,
'! TMCouncil the right to reject
; any
\ The Sphaler Bros are constructing a I BAPTIST. cloxvr together, and the churches likewise ..,,;,.; > and all bide.ay reserve. horses!

building Stephens led to more perfect cooperation.The From the date of the ant adpeannc.| of this order of Council thin lOt1cia)' of March. 1910j .
hotel 45x90. The first Bunyan pastor. {
W nd.,. April 11.
notica twelve o'clock noon. <>
noon! of j [Seal] J. K. GILBERT
the association
Sunday S'hooI9.4Sa. m.N.. C. Bryan, meetings are
will be occupied by the postoffie A D. 1910 _led bid. will be noclvnl by Albert I I C'lrrk.
superintendent. to be held once a month viz: on Mondays W. Cilchriat. President of the State Board of Ed.'
'( hdp, generalstgre: and hotel. The upper -j Preaching: 11 a. m.'and 7.45 p. m.Preyermeeting7.45Thuridayevening.. '
after the second Sunday at 8:30 a. ucatton of Florida Notice.
floor will contain 19- I

i"'. rooms. some of which will be connect.I I B. V.' B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. m, in one of thef-Sunday school rooms christ All bid.President muat of be the addrawed State Board to.Albert of Education W. Oil' Notice). hereby given that the Council'of the

Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. of the Baptist church, that being a City at Klalm_ Florida will roeiv.sealed .
:ing ,rooms. They expect to have itj central place for all. of Plorlda. and marked "Sealed Bid for the Puracheea / bid eonatrueUon work ..f a Water

t' :ready for;:occupancy by April _lilt: < All minister are cordially invited to of School Lanoa. worlc..and s.......* ,.._on Tueeday. April 12, !

,. 11' Mr. Ticeleft Tuesday for his home I attend, and those who will do so to bed The State Board of Education. reaervee the rightto 1',, 11110. at 1M p. m Persona wishing to bid on .1
and all Md
bNewJ'eney.: lie'Wi11 return come members.A reject any will find plane and epeclncatloM\ at the office
again Br order of the State Board of Education tide
1 this fall. .Before leaving he built '. I/ S. S. Snyder, pastor. I number of important items were tfi February A. D. f tIO. the City Clerk.
'Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-Geo. considered, one of them being the matter The Council t carves the right to reject any y V.y
>/house, upon .his farm and engaged a Parker, superintendent. F'I of a laymen's masa meeting, whichit ALBERT . I and all Mda..By '

'. tenant'' until his return. Christian Endeavo .OO p. m. was agreed should be held Sunday =- B. K.: McLJN. Saleiman..Mayor's order of Council thla loth day of.......h. I IO.

-Mr',..Newklrlc' is .enRaged in building Preaching every second and fourth 10th-at3Wp.Tru. An Important '--' I (Sea'I'l f-: ,GILBERTClerk.!: .
at 11 and 7:00 program was worked out tor the proposed Proclamation. .. -......
$Sf m house.on his farm. It will be ready Sunday a. m. p.. m. -- ,-, ._- -' ..--- -
Prayer meeting and choir practice mass meeting. It will be pub- Under and by virtue. of ate power vented In
.for occupancy byJ.he,20th, of March: "1 Thursday before the second and fourth lished in the'' Valley Gazette the week m., I. T. M, Murphy. Major of KlailmmeeOlty Notice of Final Settlement .and

Mf.',\Vrft.' Sphaler brought in from i Sundays at 7MO p. m. before the date just named. Florida, do hereby announce..proclaim Application for 'Discharge. Horses:!

< his farm some new. Irish',,potatoes 1'fl* Visitors most. cordially invited to all J-AS. T. MlTCHELl S -retary. .. and declare that au election will be hold at the I Nolle la hereby jireu that the fuadoralgneda jl

I terday. as large as hen'eggs.. 1 services. City Hell In said City during the legal( hour Administrator of the Estate of Jerry! M. ,.
Notice of voting hatnnlty. the 2Ith day of
on .
\ The indication at the presenttime I.I is I Potter; deceawd will on flaturdty. July 2nd.
of '
A. D. for the electing
I e Notion" hereby 'lren that the lIeltraUoo1Joo1L1)1 1910. pnrpoaa mo make'final settlement wltll' the County '
,, that.there will be more Iri.Ii"'potato I lowing to serve a term of one )' .
ofjloere' :
"* CHRISTIAN - OnoeoU Countr will be open Jmmf of : ; Judge of Oeceola County, State of Florida and W. J. McCRACMThe [
I *uuT watermelons''shipped, from :this flea at KiMlmmx, Florida, from March 2 th. ', One Mayor apply for ft..ld..h.rge..ld Admlnlitrator. .

.' place,this spring than, frortt',any other..-I J A;, M- Chisholm pastor. 1910;to April 2f>th, 1!>10. both days inclusive.ex- On Clerk. I I Deo.32, 19O!.. El L. D. OTa.............
Mamhat and Tn Collector,
station on the A. C. L. Ry.between; Preaching first, second-and third SunI I oupt Hund.T., betw <
'.Jac IIOIJYille'and ", '' days''.of each month at 11 a. m. and ?. t 2 .....adl: p. ...". and 6 pt m. y One Trwumrer ; Jerry M. Potter.. Man will '
; Tamp 5j' for term of two __
Aim, to MTV a ywrs
p. m. And the bookS' for tha-T riou dlntriota will be In Kis&imm'ee abont '
*ij:? John Kuester, who has ,'xt1'.Acr"I !. School . Two membnm of CRY Councils Notice Application for Tax Deed -April 1st
..Bible 9145; a m.WA. W.. Winn, be open la seek proainol" *i lout 2 d y during ot

farm ,End Prosper Colony;;recently; : >ur. superintendent?: ArIAytEavideon} j ,' assiiN I e'h.! week of thin period Time and place wilt ,".1 hereby F\'W{appoint;; I'ItalkerJu.peoton.r.nd.lW.' O. B, Woodall,, Li JI,Ingram. 8.Hamell r UnderjSecUona; 574 ,and .575 .. wit'' another carload of ijwxr'ijj;\
and ; ;
Debased of Wf 1..-" ValDIt'.c:>r {the stan-: taQt supe1"lnteddent."f'QJ'I'{ > 'tt7lrl Td-rwim lie postal by each Deputy Ileil ; .. . Clerk of raid BleoUon>; .;"'I"t' " horses for :'He
: turd bred colt"''. Allen This'polOvas Christian-Endeavor ;every-' -Sunday. '-: -- CW'QalVFXN d M .. ;; of [the General Statutes of .sale. ,wjf have, .
; ,, ; In witness whereof, I bava hereunto i eat my "
,. bred dud reared .on, Mr.. Van Diiior'a' ;evening Prayer at meeting 6.30 p. and m. choir practice March iflelo. Bapervleoroflinbtratiou.;" 1 hand. Mayor of said City, and eased the Mat the State of Florida. just :the.kjnd animal you want. \*'

,fJi.nlieu' Ktasimmee. SHe is. oy r',li'-' Thursday at.7.45 p. .m. every =. Notice of laid city to be hereunto.. affixed thin Sfith-day Notice la hereby !given that C: D.'Carroll purer ... -
:bleu hands J I of February X. D. 1UIO. ehaeer" of Tax Certificates No. 129\$. 12' and IIMI: >. .
. ; ) 1gh,, 'weighs nearly eleven -' Notice Uhxraby given that April Oth, 1910. I I. [seal] T. M. MURPHY : dated the let day of .1 une. 11100': Tax Certificatebloa ;* WAIT

:Hundred pounds 'and shows what can,be I > thy last) day In which parties string to qualify Attest: Mayorof Klmlmmec City. _- .nS .and 41",, dated the Cth day of July. 1HM' : FOR HIM!! ;.

Vdone, In/raUjtjg/ fine horses in this. .Ifin
...rty.wheri; tie> fcloodIa,,tll ..rlghtt and'goodij'j'fare'.U.taketUi \ Kev.' .D yid D. Kidd rector. and Juiu l"th. 1UIO can par their Poll Taxi I II -. dated 3rd day of July. 11100. has filed said eertineabx.ln --= I
*' doHlrs to call the attention of ,all parties InteroHUtcl .Notice of Election my office. and has made application for .1
: *# '\ Services second and fourth Sunday GAME LAW ;
every I"
f "" "t'1.'t\ : '
I to a recent act of the Litglalature, : tax deed to lame In aowordanoe with law.
t accordance; with 'the law In such cairn
ilJr at 11:00 :
Jvnn' 'F.I.-.ShaiBai a. m,
&; : ( ; iJiparty ,
$ ,< >of Communion 1'which prohibit me from accepting Poll Taxes and provided. It In hereby announced and Said certificate embrace the followlnn deecribad ; There la aa same ,l;.wanknet "
Sunday at
Iftetn'.jjbaibjw?, nten ; ttrJyd j >s. morning from other than the party themselves .,..d.l.'a:<>- property. situated in Occeola county. Florida: any ana honWuf'PLANk' # ,
1 : .fod: : services., '< :X, .1 li, ;-- I I declared that a n election will be held In Daulnor. lea. i.
!T J' .p .1 .. .' tI 1ie .i Guild meeting; l every first Tuesday. j jMETHODIST. yldl all-puna". for sama !tee ChapterSff and .. In)and for Special Tax Dlntrlot No. 4, Ofoeola SwM of fw',4: ales,bearinnbut>> a eh*.of nw corner >cHILL<' TONIC' i. i j
t '* *S ,. I rift-Jit, Section 16, Act 1'iW c.... aouth parallel with )
IDga. of aeW of eaat
Ilx liana hornea. .. County. Florida, an Saturday.., the Slid ae4. It's gsnnisd toenre....... {t.I,
rstaeking 'and inTweoftb. '
-C ; .. '. ', ---..' '. d.ItA14DY of April. A. D., 1910 todrDllnewho hall R. B. 4 cha. west 12.17 ch*. north 4.M chi to .... IarIoi; ..and r_. 4eonoe '.
;: ; i .- ;f/Artqhave de.bulbbu.oblpik ;.,1. '. March 17th 1910.. ,....Ta.:Collector 1 day serve. .. truateea myths aforesaid Special Tax Inning: aim beginning t cbs aaat and 410 eh. tllAsk bo4Oe He. V-ouno* ''tl>

: ; winthla,, . ,.i ; : School District No' 4. for two yean next after south of mw'__. ee'4 of **'4 MIlt 12.17 eh*. taadraari,
.JttStglbKt Mhfdvate" ,: .1,. .J... T, MitebeUo'paator. t f.. Notice of Attachment. aid election j and to ox the number of mllla of then parallel with B B S aha. thea west 11 eha, -:,

(torn .f fteetare'makingrenta : r, Preacbing/. every. Sun'tvemng. .. . ,'-.nd But of Florida. buoeota. .; Co.uly. ,, :in'''County ; Durtriot School taxes ,to be levied for aaahbtaid then north 4.3 ribs to bexlnnlngi ciao, beginning..,
v Judge's Court' two wean .-eerofeiof'ew'4) weatao rod, rtheg' J. W. THOMPSON

> ,r Sunday School 9.45 a.'TO.-jM.: ; Lee, To O, r. Suttl.. Bobert Alderman, W,W. Chandler aDd TJ. B: rod*.scot to.rod*, axmth .0 rode; aim.,,,beginnln !

. .. k4og; 3sitimore, Md., a superintendent) : I' ,', *"' :You are hereby notified Ih.''.-:writ'of attadhmsnt Durranoe, Inspectors,; and Ed,. Alderman CO rod west of M corner of aeX of _&wsst 80soda /

r'' ha been Iued against TOUfsnd year C...... ". '; ,i' . nortfi 80 rods. aaat 80 rode south lI'DCIa: alao '
1. .
".. '1u' vejRProspe, Colon meeting': 'Thursday' + property aUaohad- to Battery tM dematad of Done"by order of the Board of Publloln.itruotlon the west .aofu.'of.. & of e)4cf.wR +
:.\ : ; Prayed every .I' I of .,, alas.the .Jt d .'< of swiss eeHl 1
.1... :'MrBlimllio&: U here, preparing night ,' \ .. W. B. Maklneon Oo. amounting lo KB.11. , Osceola County, Florida ibis. the 8th I : FUNERAL. DIRECTOR N.I .
- y also 1 the nH of awMof wW.of eeKf alao. the elf "
> Now, ualam you shall"appear before O. F. day of March, A.D. '10. "-
Choir every
OME agablrt' ; tting-, own..the art- practice. Saturday" . ,. Krtbb*. County ,Judge In, and for' said county, Yf. 7.8s4e. ' .'w. C. BAN, I of twYt. of wK of...4; all of aald deaerlbed lands and .

%v.v leq.'well] Th.'delay was caused by hisengine I.1 ,J ,: . aUhli oftto at Klulromee: ,' on the 4th'day of '. ; Superintendent.? Chairman, being. In*' eeetiba 8. township taouth range 25 .' .
. 'n .betnjf disabled.'::The well l .U now 'FRATERNAL: 3ocIET1ES.r .* April. 1010. at lOVolnok In th. f.ooDo Judgment > .eat-' I I LICENSED EMBALMER : .
I Notice'of Eleotion'io The said lude being aaaeaaed at the data of the
125 .' 1! will be rendered ...ln...,:TpG..a4."0111' ;
to .
k; oWQ bout fats .
-' proparty told to pay the ilefct.': ,' aooordane withthe- law. Jin i such eaeea 1.jof.uoJi eerUHcatea to tha a me of Unkn -
WMr.: \ i Spodgrati with his eonInlawtend I. , based: thin Mb day of March' A. D. 01f. and 111 hereby'announced and "'.... Mta Emma Shank and. Wise Shellbart. '
,.. ir.-IIABONlC.. ..... .rat.-. --.w.1t. MAkINSON UO.'w.,. made provided. Opposite Courthouse :
their'.families"arrived "' t Unless said *rtUteatee shell be radeemef aoeurdtng ; ..
from ..
: 'lI.ere. JL Corporation Plaintiff. declared lhaf an 1""lo"nrUIIIe held-a.-AVhlt- '- --- '-- ,, ---
: North last week 'They have locat-(I Itphe t Orange Blossom Lodge, No.. 80. F. &; .......I'Ia..ta.. and for Bpoclal TaItJJau..ur...a, to law. tax' deed' lame-thereon,-' -,,__'on.. .the, KISSIMMEBw-' FLORro4Cafe
A-M.-meeta-flnf. : -w
;: and thlrd'Monday)!> Oaoaot C)1IDt.l"1orfd., oa ::Saturday April .lllidayof: /41>HI. A.; 1\110.--\ : t-w ;
1', "ed4dserge'andar'e'now'iengaged'tn; ,, nights in each month. at 7.30 o'clock in lotice. ofFinalettleme4'and; !3ad; to det.rnuoe.whm ahWI Serve a.tru. Wltaeee my official( .....ture and peal thl* Brd

fc ',.;.bonding<<; bn their l townsite, : Fraternity Mansell Hall.; ";,.. Application! for Discharge... ._, 19iq.. of 'the-aforeaald: BpeplglTax! School day d March. A. D. IfllO. . . 'r ', | .
* i, M !; W. M., ARTHUR B- DONKQAN,
(Seal) ,
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: The 'has for MId
''WP.iUl,1Vhlc ) 1 been'cioscddown > ALL District No. 8. ;two years next. after 1 I
JONCEltN'lljoo Florida.
: //W,,M.C.raon. seeretarytf Clerk Circuit Court.OO-Ia County.
: ,
election !and to ftx She dumber of mUll of DI.
for tha:past_ten day.,- ,hail again ; :Notlos Is hereby given that the undersigned .
.jatartecl,operations:: The.:'Sphaler' Bro< o. :i" ,.. .r .' guardian ofjlra x. -,minor will on Mon trie Bohool.,.taxes ! levied' for each of add In '''tFie,' Circuit// Court, Seventh
;? , IGHT8'P. PYTHIAS,' day th* 1Mb day ot Jun.,4.; D.:'Wlo. at 10 two yeara LaRue ..a..a.A
'i' are. operating It! and th.e.t1&en..her.. Friendship' \ ge'No.10; meets every o'clock a. m.. present my flnal report foroomArinatloain W. B. +Godwin, O. R. Bas J. r. Will lama, In. Judicial Circuit, Osceola: J
b w feel l that they will got Want tor'lumber end W. a. MoClellan Clerk: of Said
In Onoeola -
Wednesday theCoantrVudgv'sofflo "
at clock In
night 7.00 0 Fraternity
election,' County, Florida.
: arter''. few dayg sawingCdrden .;; . : HalL' r \ '.', :: ,;: County Florida; ,.nd?will amply ,to teald ,b" order'of 'theBoard, of I'nl.lIe 1ft.tractl..lI. L'a"Carte'

_.. truck fannipg;:'U''n'ft ll F. C. Bryan.chancellor Commander; pond foe'"my*dUoliarge, ,as'gnardlan of aldtplnor O oeol. Connty-Florida,this the 8th ., .

. 'wiujt And ,locators are coming in yap R. O.Meek, steeper of records and seal. ';;.:; Jose*' .. Lsa" day of March A. D., 1910- C,C" McGee ira: Sue Bowell MoOee- -Dlvoroe I

''If' idiy.v' ... ; ; -- ---.:., 51-atmoihTr. 'if' .... .i' . / --, --- --T. -:- : that Bowell .
n'j' PYTHUN J Chairman. .. " the above elated oaua Sue ----- \ y
SISTERS; 'NOTICE.Sale . McGee, the defundant therein named is O' nonresident d ;

:, Call. for, .,, M. nI4or'Qunti: ; DetrioaatiCj Kiaaimmimmer Temple, No. 21, meets Notice of Application for Tax; Deed of the State of Florida, and 1* a resident .. 1 i it

'" every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock ol.School' Lands. Under Sections 574 and 675 of Taft Booth Carolina, and to over the '
Committee' Everyfhing the' Market' '
, rfzewtive t :, except the'fourth Thursday, at which age of twnntr-one yean; It to therefore ordered 'Affords
r time meeting will be held 7:3tt Y. Ti'l.lili**.* .Florida March. W. 1819Th General} Statutes of khe .
A' meeting of the' Democratic''ExecuUv : at ; : thai, said on-rflHldeqt defendant and the 1\
[, Pearli -E. Bryan; M. El: 07"MatekR. :; .State. Board." f Bdueatloa will aell te 'ii.. State of Florida/ : ante U hereby required to appear to the Bill of Served i in Up-to-Date: Style t l ., ;
OommSttee..for'nOscaoa..Couat;: .
la highest and beet Mdder;ior_cash,..iha. foltowinc _
: OventreetrM.-of; R.&- ;; that
NoUoa Is hereby J.B.Stratton. \ .
hereby called for Monday/ March':! 28th. dee 0111'; pan the Itb day of April A.-'D. 191l;; otherwise J ',
An of Section 141.Township Southr Rang MEaat. ehaeer of Tax CertiOcaU No.,s. dated the led day ,
At' io'p'ocloeka.'r.attheCourtIfodae , : the sllegatlons of said bill will be taken ss con.
w. : eentalnlnc MA acne, . of Juli. A. D. 1WO, has filed... acrtlnaata la myamee. ,(t -. '
& 03CEOLA CAM NO. 79 W tossed said defendant. .
Democratic O br
i to arrange'. for the .' From the date of the ant appearance of dale and t..a made avnlloaUaa. for tax deed to ta- .
Imariesi. and to ,transact such other, Meeting nights I second. :,and'fourth, ....uo.meta twelve 0'.,,,,,,. Bonn. Monday."April aoeordance with law.,{'' Said ..rtUleat..a- haled It to o further orderedthat tbl. order be pu/ :

sinen M may properly come. ,before Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. '!> IS. A, U. ,,ri" sealed; bWa,will be ............ hr braoM the fallowing dMaribKl property, situated KI""n'once week... for four oonteoutlve week DINNER 35w' 'CENTSWill }
ln Gaaette .
t committee. 11. .T. Stanford, C. C.,0 the Valley a newipaperpubllHhed
t the; 1. ': t 1& Albert W. GitehriaC rVwUeat of the SUM Board m Oaaeota county. rJocida, -' : In the mid county and state.2 . .
:r: '.* \ 'I "I.d; Muarla W, Johnson, Cleric.Gen. of Bdoeatlen of the State of Floridab1A16M"91GIh. Houlli e.tq arUc af eoutheert quarter of .*.. Done and ordered at YicImmea,51a'thle54th : n.

"' i4 : ChairmanT. :---' AH bids mat be adareaaad ( : Hoe U. tewuhla n.0. oath ranpa4.r.t. '.'. day of February, A. D. ivlu. '-
A' .t... . '.. i ehrtot. Prealdeat of the 0tot Hoard at Xdueattoa 'The mid mad betas. :mtmmtA at the date of thelaeuaaoe .ART 'UB Clerk E. DONKOAN Clrotilt Conn.1 -

';r.,1'1 t. fef'' xdiange.l. . :I .' p.-: 0.-"to' ward'Post'6.. .: ,'A... :,K.:- of the Stab of Florida.. ' ,of rush iseti II rate In the name of .- _, !... MOOIV.6o11nllorforOomn iainant..' .
s T _
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Bduearfcm Ia
,"inmbeJo..l;! i d Unproved .lana T -"in I Meets every Wednesday at 2 p. mTB to,.The rsi.State eat any Board aad .n of bideIBrotdwoftaeStab naerveetaerigkt- UnW.I4..rtleaati.tie baradeemed aeeordIng Hate I hereby o( Florida certify Omeola that the County above and.forpgohig.. Serve Ice, Cream .

i.$outhen> MidfM-Tennesaee., for.Central I' Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades' < S.rd..1rdsestlos.'tM.11th tax deed. Will leave thareen an the. llth I*a ..... the original order of pnbllea.Meo ..,
.ro.'i'-, _erida ._, I. cordially Invited .4. A.I .' of A ri1. A. D. UU.SeoJ ....metll eauae, oa Ale In my otaee** Saturday and. Sunday. \ "
dw.Ot Kareh ) UlO--- day >>
.. ", roFaAtaFJtitpd' ... .. .
.. c ,0<, ..',L.' .. .DBRBYSBIEBV. 't-B. TAKSOZ.. ? .. '' "" ,, f'ebruarr.24thL 110.. '. ," ."-' T\\ '
4 \ Auairr W.OU.cwpr. Preiklent.! ( ) ARTHtm :C. DONBOAN.. ARTHUR K. DONI ...... .
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$thridge..," I j Adjutant.' Commanders p. z.Mctj4a.8.leews-. IMt dark: at Oreult Comm OaesUL'Comb.Florida; : tssat- Mt Clark: Clrou ''Oonrt' __ -

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touch to a successful afternoon by.prssenting of the power given!. ,,us "under the law '
: : THE[ BOARD OF TRADE[1. to Air*. Chlsholm as' she went and rule 'of, the" Committee this 10th I MOVE I FLORIDA

away'an armful of the exquisite white ; day of March, 1910. 4" t,
rose )hat had been breathing out their i G. L. BALTZELL, I -

1' Meets in RrSi..MonthSCs-., : beauty.and frsgrance.'in: her honor. dui'>': .- Ch'm.' Cam.-Corn.'of Dem;, I Mr. Barnhilf Advises-lady in MisI ,

.sion and Transacts Much Important . ,..lng. .afternoon.. .-.& j; -! / '' Attest Cong.: Com 2nd. Cong. Dist of Fla. I souri. Our Visitors Join in

"I, l. Business.. RE.'MARVLOUSOii JESSE E. BURTZ. Secretary.SENTENCtCOMMUTED. Boosting Kissimmee.
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The Board of Trade held its regular ;Groves; and Gardens Mystify ',1 The following letter U .in answer to
'7' t emf-monthly session on Monday night, one received by 'Mr. -J. W. Barnhil

and,'aclisual, improved to "be bothfnteriwting - the Northerner.The L---r-- Negro Will Serve Remainder of His from a lady in Missouri.,,'Mr, Barnhill Is ,
; and beneficial-Interesting in following is an extract from a I If Collector of Revenue for Saline Coulity, '

*,, that there were: some splendid' talks I letter wanton by Mr.' Henry P. Meyer, II Life in the Penitentiary.1 i 1:" o..and a winter visitor. having-come ',.

made on.the progress of our town and who has beer, stopping in our town for I At the last meeting of. the State Pardoning here for his,'health, but he is a great

the opportunities it offers the -business the t past, five weeks, to the Weekly Board, Hon.. W. J. Sean of this enthusiast about-Kissimmee:
.. man. and beneficial in that plans were Beacon, a newspaper! published. at New I city presented the application of John Mrs. Virgil E. Lovelace '

set on foot to still further advance. -the' :Baltimore, Ohio, and'is a very accurate ... II. Rogers for commutation of sentence 'Palmyra, Mci., -
interests of-this section. ,description of conditions prevailing in OSCKOLA -HIGH. SCHOOL, K1SSIMMKB. I to suffer the penalty of death, Imposed Iam' In receipt ot your communication
', President Le.ley opened the session and around Kissimmee: upon him by the circuit court of Osceola of recent date asking intormatlon '

p I4 at 8 o'clock and ,requested Secretary 'Arrivl g in Kissimmee 01February county at the spring term 1909, upon relative to Florid and this. particular

. I'ueek! to read the minutes. which were, 14th we found roses and various other iThirty Miles' of Good Road conviction for murder in the first degree localitY. Klsslrnmoa is a thriving viI- .

\ approved without correction. I'flowers in full bloom the grass green to a sentence of imprisonment! for age of about.2,500 inhabitants and increasing. '
Mr. G. E. Tarbox presented a letter and fresh like springtime in Ohio. life. The circuit Judge who tried tha : ., It is predicted the population'
')he"had received concerning" button to "Here at Kissimmee we found our 1 the applicant and Die state's attorneywho willdoubllt.wlthln the! next two years; ,i
Built Between
Is Now Being Whittier and B ssini -
'be worn by all members of the! Boost"eraVClub old fri nds and neighbors, Mr. and Mrs.C. prosecuted him having written the .which justified by the,present indications. -
and made a stirring'.peech E. Swope, comfortably located and i ger, Which Will Shorten the Distance Between board that they-thought( the deathpen I The people'are awake td the .'

'in favor of immediate hard and peir- improving in health and enjoying life in i: Those Towns Five Miles. alty'too severe in his case; that the general interests of the place. The '

'.Utenrwork. if we wished to make Kis- this delightful city. one block west of i, killing was the result of a sudden heat Commercial Club and County Commissioners

immee the largest inland city in Plon I the Osceola county ccurt house, ,their I of passion; that the evidence showed deserve special commendation
da within th* next two It was I 'Once again( have the commissionersof enteen miles, and then will run to the for their efforts class "
years. home is located midst orange and grape- no previous malice between the parties; Inducing! a good , I'
unanimously decided to order two hundred fruit trees roses and other choice flowers this county demonstrated that they westward to Baasinger. and will conform that the life of the applicant before the of people to inveat her?' and become .

and fifty buttons with the words and shrubbery. The writer has enjoyed I are thoroughly fitted for the positions( strictly to the section. lines the killing had been exemplary, and that satisfied citizens. '. '

., "Ask Me" on one side and "KUshDmee the hospitality of Mr. Swope in'' as governors of our welfare, and that entire length. The road will be finished since his conviction he prevented a jail I have been here six months and have '

:Board of Trade" on th ribbon pendant.Mr. I driving over this section 'to the various they intend to make Osceola the fore and ready for use in about sixty days. delivery.In . I,met 'people from almost every state, .-', ,
II. C. Stanford for the orange and grapefruit groves and truck most and most populous and progressive The Southern Colonization Company consideration of those reasons and many,from Missouri who seem -to be '

tee.on county roads reporus commit-I gardens. which are a marvel to a North county in Florida. This .time they lately acquired 212,000 acres in the I recommendations, the board commutedthe satisfied and prospering. On the 9th, ,
roach. were rapidly being buift n.differ'j erner. I have begun the making of a first-class lower portion ot: this county which theyare I death sentence of Rogers to life Imprisonment the day your letter was written, an ,,
ent parts of the county; that t "A great many buildings are being ,I road from Whittier to Basainger a distance - now having surveyed and cut up into and Sheriff Prevatt took election was held"here by the property '

road was completed' from Kissimm' to I erected in Kissimmee. by our Northern I of thirty miles. I I 160-acre tracts preparatory to putting I him to the convict:, camp at Ocala Tuesday owners, and carried! almost unanimously ,-'
the road At the last meeting of the commissioners them on the market to be sold to I
line that
the Orange county ; friends who are Ipcating here in lajge morning. ordering an issuance of $43,900 In
the St. ', representatives. of the Southern actual settlers, and this road will add' .
force was now laying marl on numbers. Two bank buildings are also bonds, for the purpose of installing"-
,Cloud road .ginningat that town aid in course* of construction. The .sort in Colonization Company appeared before much to the value of the property and WOMAN'S'L GUf waterworks and sewerage system. Improvements '-if

i -coming thin way, and \hat 'as soon as the "KJBBimmee! Valley I think, will them and made a proposition that if the the convenience of those who purchase being made are modern and 'I ,
had made onnectIonwith tin! clayroad county would undertake to build a goodroiul and make their homes in that section* substantial. A ,
they ; prove as fertile( an any in the state if I Very handsome'HighSchool
the sefitidn lines. from Whittier The i is to be. Entertained With a Graphophone at
at Shake Rag school housethoy J not much Better than other sections." along county congratulated on -bnilding has been recently :"
would begin laying: marl 'on the roail. I I to Bassingor.!' thereby shortening securing Such progressive and liberal Home of Mrs. AultmanA erected, and am informed by parties "

from this town to the Polk county line. II I A BUNCH OF CELERY I the present road about five miles that men "compose. the Southern' Colonization large and appreciative !gathering who have come here this winter on account ,. ,
;( A bill for $&:75 was ordered paid to I the Colonization Company would lend Company as residents, for it is the American Womans League was of the schools, that the Kissimmee "., "
Mr. Stanford for expenses incurred in the amount of money necessary to pay men of their make-up that built up and entertained last Monday at the home of schools are very highly rated
the campaign for water works and ew- j Weighing 4 Pouds. 9 Ounces Ta- for doing( the work to the county: with made prosperous the great Southwest. Mrs. Aultman. Delicious refreshments throughout the State. So If you should
out interest and on as long time as the The commissioners have transferredthe
decide to locate here
have the
erage. you assurance
ken From Kissimmee Farm were served by the Misses Bickerdike,
!I Judge G. F. Kribbs. for the auditing county desired. The commissioners accepted road force to St. Cloud the marl Wilson and Aultman. of the best educational facili-\ J .x>$

[committee made the following report: Messrs. I. N. and.W. D. Boring, of the company's generous offer, rod from this city to the Orange A charming entertainment was furbished ties. Two bank buildings are nearing>

I 'To the Kissimmee Board of Trade. Johnson City, Tenn.. who came to our and on the 10th inst went to Pine Island, coqnty line having been. completed, and throughout the afternoon. by 'completion which would be a credit to .
The committee appointed to audit the city on Saturday, mornjng and who left the headquarters of the ompany.. and the men are now at work laying marl Mrs. Aultman's handsome Columbia any town in Missouri twice the size ot.
books of J. W?: Prentis the retiring on their return trip hQme on ''Wednes on that and the following day made an at that end, coming this -way, and the gruphophone. This fine instrument was this. ;

treasurer of this Board. report that day paid the Valley Gazette office a inspection of the proposed route, and work will be pushed at the rate of four recently received by Mrs. Aultman as a Upon my arrival here I was favorably ... '
they have attended to- that duty and pleasant call just before their depar. ordered the surveyor to at once begin cars a day, until the road is completedto gift from the central league in 'recog. impressed and have had no occa-3

found the books neatly and orrectly ture. ____ I laying it out the clay road at Shake::'; Rag school nition of her untiring efforts in the sion for changing my opinion. I have '
kept, and that an examination of the On Wednesday morning they were This new road will be of untold convenience house, which will be in about three) found the citizens courteous and ready '

orders drawn and the amounts received presented with a bunch -celery by I to the people living in the months time, when the force will begin league The beautiful cause. musical- numbers were to.give information upon being Inter. ',

show the balance reported by him in the Mr. J. F. O'Berry, which grew on that lower part of the county. Aside from working the road from Kissimmee to selected in much variety to suit all rogated. .
gentleman's famous celery farm atEdewater shortening the distance five miles it the Polk county line.
a treasury to be correct I from highly classical compositions As I am here especially for. the benefit
Your committee further report that and which is about as near will enable travelers to make much We repeat again that the people of tastes to the sweet Old-time melodies. of my' health other matters 'have
.i the thanks of thin Board is' due Mr. perfection as celery ever gets to be better time, as the one now in use i Osceola county made no mistake when had secondary consideration, therefor"
they elected our present Board of Coun- Mrs. Grenell has consented to talk txj
Prentis for the time and attention given even in this most favored section, for rather bad condition, ty Commissioners. This will make Os the league at.the next meeting?: on a my information is limited in regard to
I I gratuitously by him in the discharge of growing that delicious vegetable. :The The new road will run east of the ceola the; pride of her people and the j' of especial interest to women. conditions in agricultural lines.
t' subject
I , his official duties
.(f '.-t. treasurer. . ounces and was thirty inches in length league will meet at the home of,.Mrs In Florida, and selecting this plsce: ,

j l '::;,"', Respectfully submitted, ". counting the top. The, bunch' will bo fl CALL ,I W., L.: Winn. .;> .. '" .' I was governed by its g geographical( I
MR. .
" G., F. KniBBS Chm. Corny-- carried by the Messrs. Boring to their : : .YD.t: .EOIRJELECTIONFor catioiu" By consulting'the map, you will
I There was'an unusual Tennessee' home to show to the' natives 1 CATTLE DEAL: see that it is about midway the State ,

f' thusiasm displayed by those who made what this: section of Florida i is capableof 'Passed Into Eternil/ After a long Nomination of Democratic Candidate $300,000 north and south, which .....renders a com '
Kwnimmee'8 future,;and each producing.On miles
talks on : A promising temperature, and fifty
J one predicted that it would grow at Tuesday Mr. O'Berry gathered arid Painful IllnessOn for CongressTo Big Transfer of Live Stock is Made interior from the Atlantic coast. These

such a rapid rate. now that a water celery from a space: of ground 21x00 ( March 12tH after a long and pain- the Democratic Voters of the Second I in DeSoto County. facts coupled with scientific reports

\:: works and sewerage' system wan to be feet. arid nliipped fifty-live crates, ful illness, Mr? Wm. J. Floyd passed Congressional District of Florida: I combine to make the conditions here
": installed that it would have ten thousand which netted him $1.50 a crate. It will into the mysterious beyond, at the residence The Campaign Committee'of the Information is given .out of another very favorable to 'people In depleted

v tt. Inhabitant two years' time, and take a very simple calculation to show of his son, R S. Floyd in this t Democratic. Committee of the Second \large cattle deal in DeSoto county. S. health. You spoke of the climatehere
every evidence points to their prediction that at. that rate Mr. O'Berry's income city and his remains were laid .to rest I Congressional District of the State of Summerlin and D. O. Fulton have purchased In summer I have taken tbe; pains to' ,

J coming true. from each aero of celery will be a little in Rosehill\ cemetery on Sunday morning Florida, hereby gives notice as follows: all the stock of C. L. Knight, inquire of old citizens, her and throughout .-. ,
The'next meeting will take place on over $2,900. What more evidence 1s the 13th in the presence of his I' First. A primary election for the and in additfon the buildings of the W. the State, and many have told me 'oj

'% R; the. night of the 28th. necessary to: convince the skeptic that family and a large number of sorrowing I nomination of a Democratic candi- U. Henderson estate. These l large they enjoy the summers. here more '
x the soil in and around Kissimmee will friends. Rev. Mitchell of the Methodist date for Congress from said district to stocks of cattle range in the western than the winters., 'The-nights,are 'never ,

i DELiGHTEUt'AEEAIRMrs. yield in fruit and vegetables an amount church performed the solemn rites. the 62nd Congress of the United States part of the county. It ii understood so sultry and oppressive! as.they frei

equal in money to. ,the gold fields of I The deceased was fifty-nine years of will be held on the. 10th day of May A. that (he consideration is about$300,000. quentty are where .we have' lived in.

Stanford Entertains ii Honor Alaska. . . age when he received the summons. He D., 1910. 1 Messrs. Summerlirt Fulton bought, Kentuckyand, Missouri. ""
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. \_ Second. An election of Democratic in addition to th large transfer cattle ,
' came, to Kisaimmee from Liberty a You say the price quoted by the realestate ,'
/ of Rev and! Mrs. thisholm.( MUCH I liSTEREST county. Georgia, some, years ago, I Congressional Committee for said district , about $30,000 worth.of beef cattle owner and dealer In the Valley "

..' ," Mrs. H.*. 9v Stanford representingthe and since that time has had con- I will be held on the 10th day of rom Holllngsworth brothers' Gazette 125.00 pel1 acre,' sound ''cheap- ; ,
I ladies of the Christian church, re- the Matter of Removing tinual residence here He leaves a May A. D., 1910 to be composed of one The demand for beef cattle is1'said to compared with land. around, our,home ".
," honor of Rev. and Mrs Chis- Displayed widow and one son, .R. S. Floyd,' to member from each county in said district be far greater than the supply: The) iq Palmyra and Marshall;' ,Mo, ,from '

' ,' bolm on Thursday afternoon. This was Osceola's<<; Remains to This lounty. grieve over his departure and they to be chosen by the' Democratic cattlemen are looking into the matter 75.00 to $150.00 per acre. ,The price,
'. ,by way of formally recognizing the new ;Today it looks as if the Everglades have the heartfelt-sympathy of ail our voters of each county respectively. |lof putting down: deep wells on their you refer to here are for land uninW
. relation that the former Mice' Jones Seminoles are getting a recognition people.Mr. Third. The rules governing the State ranges to supply their largo stocks incase proved comparatively, When you price "

'f. 'bOW sustains as the pastors wife to the long denied them and are about to step Floyd was a man who never intruded primary election as promulgated by 1 of drouth and they. are, beginning land herein a high .tae of 'cultivation,
'members of his congregation, and was on the threshold of a brighter future. : his presence upon the public the 'Democratic State Committee, shall to look about for some grass that will you will find it correspondingly' high a*'
'", "'1 a manifestation of much cordial good will Public sentiment is being aroused from unless it was to do good for his fellow- I control in the primary election of a 'be satisfactory for winter pasture, and it is ela whete. While It cost more

4 toward Rev.. Chisholmand his charming Maine. to California by the 'widespread man or his community and his word nominee for Congress and the selection use Velvet beans and other ,uch crops: .to plant and cultivate a crop "of celery ',

.( '. ;"',:bride. reviews of "The Semuiolesof Florida," I was always taken as truth, for between 'I of a Democratic Congressional Committee for fattening purposes. or potatoe than It does a crop of com,'> ", :
: admirable taste Mrs. Stanford and there chasm too where applicable and not inconsistent the i I. time r'" '
\.._ : 4. With by Mrs. J. M. Willson.? Jr., of lhiscity. I. him falsity was a yield many greater eonse- _
'.'\? had selected green and white for her The Valley Gazette's suggestion that I wide and deep to ever be bridged. When with specific requirements of this"'I McCallister-Buck quently more compensative. '

*color scheme and vases of Ipvel'y white the body of Osceola be moved to Wm. J. Floyd passed out, a vacancy committee. \ I Yesterday: afternoon when the 11:3): ) The soil here is generally sandy amiIt ,
I '
: 1'08et were placed about the rooms while Osceola' county for its final resting I hard to fill wa left in the ranks of Fourth.: Any white Democrat iqs train arrived, Mr. Lavalette'\ Buck,'o is necessary ,to fertilize In the production' '

.: J.'" 'L ''pretty ferns: with graceful; drooping place has met: with a response from the JCissimmee's honored.cjtizena. .. ,Ceasing: the .jieceueary legal qualifica. 1 Artg'leiea, N. J.whdIs TfrtntermginKissimmee ut crops, afthbugrr there-arft' *> .
r (" .' .' r .tfronds formed. a bACkground of soft press that is full of gratification. and I, -.-- tions for representative in the Congress and Miss Myrtle McCallis- specific soils and localities where pro- N "

1' ;t green in the alcove where Rev. and shows the generous sentiment in favor C. A. Cummings of the United States from said district i ter, of that city, were met at the train lific yields are obtained, without artificial ! '
I" ) :Mrs. Chisholra received the felicitations may become a candidate for the nominatIOn means. ,.
of the Florida Indian. To do honor tft i by a party of young friends including -
p Ie "' v ef their friends. their famous war chief, the Napoleonof Mr. C. A. Cummings. after a sickness in said primary election by filing Misses Willie Dean Irma Lobean. ao.d Having disposed of the questions' oC: f

:. After a short time the guests of hon the Seminoles, and in pact:: atone forthe of only a few weeks died on the with the chairman of this committee Anna McCallister, and Mr. Dan McCal climate soil health, schools local con- ,,
\ or were invited into the next room to cruel capture under the truce of the night of the 12th of this month and .viz: Hon. G. L. Italttell at Fernandina, hater, of this city, who accompaniet ditions, etc.. will dispose of the last '

\. % view the gifts that had been placed. white flag, can not wipe out the national his remains were'ahipped to Ohio on Fla., on or before the 11th day of them to the court house, where Judge question that of the poultry industry.

:if.,. there as a surprise for them. At the stain on our honor but can show Sunday the 13th. April A. D. 1910. a written statementas Martin uniteil, (them in marriage( in a With the success and experience; you '
The deceased to town about
; )' request of the liostetm, Miss Aultman that the present citizenship is ready to : came our required by law of his purpose. to be most impressive manner. The bride is have hal l in raising from five to eight,
six months from Tampa and
conveyed to them! the good wishes for atone even at this late day. ago purchased such candidate which statement shall a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mc- hundred chickens) annually on the side,

" ; ",_ their! happiness, .which the shower of From the Charleston press,! omes the I property in North Kiisimmee be signed by him- and shall be accompanied -* CalJister of Kissimmee, and is a-very I would advise you tor come-down" right "
-l at which industry
and trucking
engaged with Three Hundred ,and rates the 1 '
- _.:": gift. symbolized, and Rev. Chisholm responded -, suggestion that such a bill be intro Seventy- I charming and attractive young lady, away as you can procure on
had he lived, he would have 1st and 15th at $30 round trip secure a
1 ' :: in a: few .words of sincere appreciation. duced in Congress by a Florida Con Five,Dollars a*, an assessment: to aid in possessing many friends in the younger sell personal effects lease '
" made great success. There Is little of said place your
). I.I',' gres man. With Senator Taliaferro's known of his life but since comingto defraying expenses holding primary j set both in Kissimmee and Orlando!: your farm. charter a .('ar. fill it with
., I, 1". Then little Misses Margaret and Mattie bill just now before Congress askingfor election. where she is well known. The groom household goods and chicken feed and '
,'\ '" Stanford, graceful and demure little homes and protection for Everglades our town he had made many warm Fifth. Candidates for membership I i i. a fine young business man and is engaged come where you can live comfortably "
friends and all who came in contact and indefinitely.
t. servIng maids, passed among the guests Indians, is the time not ripe for actionon with him regarded him as a man of the on the Congressional Committee shall I with his father in the steamship In conclusion will say that if you desire
. ;. 't '''';wth! punch and .cake. After this delIghtful the removal Osceola's body? not be required to pay any assessment business at Anglesea, N. J.. where the I further .information in regard to
'....: refreshment, Mrs. Massee was . strictest integrity and honor. He waaa Sixth. This Committee will canvass young couple will relde'in the future ; matters here after I have returned .' ,
member of the Masonic fraternity the returns of such election and declare I ; home the Valley Gazette will cheerfully '
'' prevailed upon to give one of her inimitable The / registration books for Osceola -Orlando Reporter-Star. '
which order administered to his furnish it, and can confidently
every you
the aad will in due season Issue
in each result
"Mammy's L'il will be opened precincton !
readings, Boy, county
what it ha to as
his Ulnet and performed upon say.
d responding to the hearty encore with March 29th and remain open till the last during sad rites over ,his remains be- instructions and 'promulgate. rule I Remember-that April 9th is the las a*,those who advertise in the paper.

"kI .(-.J.....:!. 'Little Cat. , April 25th. See supervisor's notice in fore they were-sent to their final rest thereto. day to pay poll taxes in order to" qualify- ; .Sincerely your., ;C . -
A- ..* ..>..Mr; Stanford gave the last' pleasing this ing place in Ohio. Ordered and done under and by virtue I for the Democratic'primaries. : J.' .W, BARNHIUUT "" _ _
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"-Examination of' f" Titles, / n4J: '. AGENT" FOR I
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., Tho Ab..ntmindd 'Prof...or Wa a 1
'. Specialty. -- I ...Prollfio Aou/o. of "M..rrim.nt to. th. The J amousMenga-Pumps ''for: Irrigation and, Drainage' .50.000-$

; Jost."s of Thoi Days-Th* "Sours- 1600.000 gallons per hour, '
'" j 4 I of Many. Modern Jok.. Gasoline Engiris, 2 to 50 H., P. Steam E:Engines 5 to 200 H,' .P. "'
( .a iCorrespondanceQSolicUed, / Boilers Any Size. .
._-_. -,,- -- -- \ The maxim that there Is* nothing and Outside-Walls-.Any Design.
Stamped. Metal-Shingles., Ceiling
r'' now under tbe sun applleMi-lt Would'
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' . flORIDA. REAL [ESTATE. FOR SALE[[ i 97 "seem thin more to truly anything to jokes else.. and The witticisms chief I I IRON, FENCES, .." AND MONUMENTS, ," ",1\1I

i I difference between tbe Jests ol) ouugeneration I
Beautiful winter home sites, situat..dI 14
and that of another lie
.in the Lake Region oj Florida. ij e l r "ut? ''v I .f
I umJnl.v lu their form., .rbo kernel Is ...
L i Trucking and Farming Lands in large. I //I prncOcally the same. Nevertheless It 'Or.,
) '1; small tracts. "
la Interesting to exhume some of these tRNiBTM AC M. 'I
( lMIL MA M.
: CITY PR01'!,;R'fY A SPECIALTY ,,' ancient jukes'aud to recognize In them
YIt t the ancestors of the things at. which {
List your property with me for quick kjialei. we laugh today In tbe pages of our / MACH BROS. '

t I humorous publications ,
; I II
I'"* home humorous writers dearly love
H. M.BREAKER Ito make fun of the absentminded unpractical : "
M Stable.
I i iliyery; Fed Sale 4
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j who,
; 'BOX, ITS KUM+UP''LA;: <* I'I'I '' outside of university bin own subject professor lets bn ,

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-- = : wits wander and is very slow tojcrasp WQOO--DRAYING
., I 1 i anything in ordinary life. Such.Jokes .
I f OsceolaSCounty I''aa these .were cracked centuries ago g Everything is! Now ami (FirsMJIass.; U'e will (& :

{ I I| by the students and' graduates of the Yi 1 Homier Prompt :and Satisfactory Sorm
universities In ancient Greece, k
yt ' Abstract-Company & :. .. j for Is a mistake to suppose that ft vice Day or Nteht. AH KimN gj .

t whnl we now cull "college life" was Heavy Haiilini,. :i
1 )I II IIw Ir / unk.n wn to the ancients .
. HE very CMence of clothes refinement is found in I As a matter of fact, the student at AT SEAMAN'S: OLD STAND. PHONE 113. ( /

Q. P'OARR'ETT. Manager. I T INTERNATIONAL tailoring. They are. founded. the University of Athens or at tbe _. ,.... ,..... ... .,,. h 1:'
t on the most beautiful All Wool Fabrics and models I University of Alexandria was very .... ;,,\
much the same sort'' of mortal a* In .=- '
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r ; and built by the finest that -- - ; ;
J i Real Titles estate examined l and rep,| +''it.-il 1 .''t'is I I .-experts. --- money can procure. I the student not so very today different.A and his. professorswere _..........................................................................: :-I nI

r. Taxes paid for nonresidtntii witty tirecK named literacies, i WHAT IT MEANS : "
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Instruments! relatinu real est.i'iJ
J carefully drawn I IJ ( :;; KIMHROUGHTIIli ( graduate of Alexandria, collected" some -. shy ,i.Popil.i nN l "It'i' ..,. wml sank\ "'epd| "(lI 1." f-'r. ". .the ilillergiuia be- sii :
N 'fJ time In the fifth volume .
? century a tirueu d bank of Uttlt1 nr nit cH iItai'v] i iii'( with n 'lur/i- itillAl| 0 ti
I Corresoandencet Solicited, Jests which were current among the j A II INK1 i-AIMTAI. AM ..I1II'Ir( : -- # r.

[ I! students wll regard to the woolgnth % ,In the fund. thtrrote.'t.Ihd i I .'u' ''.'II''f.frnnib'Ihrrtor'tiii'. larger II 'UtIi eareetur .
t I ] ] TAIJX J I > I H , '
I erlng type of professor. : A number of l'ttun. the, dpn.Itor"" ,' on < Mn" 1. lniiiU hm M ,,,,., 0surplui
ur I 'n
them are translated here as eliig' of Cepi1al ,.
tau I if( I I''' '" '""'
I ='H-AT considerable interest. In the history of i ckh.llii4'-'I.' ".hllt ..1""I '" ri
,1 : Bargains I humor and especially. of college humor Atou.i. l "f I'1'\n,'.;' t ",

: 1 i Thin. IIH'.". Unit we limit I,,.."' $1 I I''','"!Inu., 1 >It"f" unr'! ..1.I. |.i.-H.r] 'n ,Taint' time !
'Pnone 149 Kissimmee. Fla A professor, wishing to swim. : .ee,,1 t 11n., rnnrttnu' Liar, Vor i
In all kinds 'of Real Estate. j I I that nearly he ijrownetl.would never whereupon toucb-' -'water he; wa"l STATE BANK'OF KISSIMMEE .
Fire and Life Insurance and ***%**.:***** ****#.* <.*.******.**************.%4**..*. "II'I --.
I until he had Ion rued how to nwlin. :.;
L: r.j ; ....... Armour's Fertilizers.: Rent- Of twin brothers one died. 'A pro : l*..AIM' Mil:11:. RL-C:)I"'ILOA.I !...

ing and Collecting Rents a i Chronic Diseases1: urea I fessor thereupon meeting the survivor. C I'. A, I'A It SOX I If't I II 1C 1C N II ( IKSON' '\
.. i
., I.I KluiTI t
Specialty. Taxes paid for nskitlT; "Is" "It you that died or1 : I'r"I.'ut' \'I.e '" f.
Non-res'KM'r' I 41- your brother?" .0t .................................................................-....-......---.)...:. t,

A professor, learning! thai a raven
I ..
O. MEEK :: PHVSICIAN. a SUAQEON : would bought live one to for lest.more. the than matter.A 200. yesrA, ;++:+ ++++++++++++++++++++++of-'I-1 +++}::-+++++,-.:-.E.:4: .L.:..:.+: +++++++ I j 4'I
Sues.s ,f'l' : pidtn.eni. : Cancer.. Rupture Piles Kidney and 41-* professor wishing to cross. a river .. '-
;0. Ki i"1Inee. Fin..4k :* Bladder trC'I/1I"/> Stricture. Neurasthenia. Liquor and Drug went, on board the boat on horseback.When I THE CASH STORE .f
asked he
..j.jI' :, Habit and a.'l' Cn-onio' Diseases.: J some one the reason 1
answered that ho wanted to get over

BK-MHL.4k .im jAM.Jm.m,........alee.lV .... j : The most perfectly appointed Sanitarium in In a hurry.A the win I First Door North of Postofficc Ii p p1t..t.a.t.
professor looking out
the South. > rite for particulars. "
: y *
; M. TILLER I j dow of n house which he had bought.,
I f 41- IIsk .d'the passersby whether the house There will find SHOES, HATS, t
Local mill Long ))''MIII'1) <'<- 'Phone <)D. TAItfPA 1 .
I Real Estate Agency.Realty > :: I IHOf, Plim ; professor, meeting another professor DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, a11ofbest|| i ?
j i ...............-.................... > ': :............,......................................... said, 'I heard you were dead." :t: i ii

t % bought and sold.I S1 ; "And yet. replied I t the other, "you see i quality and lowest prices. :;; { .
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I' that I am still alive." "Well," said

,lr j. Taxes Houses for non-residents.paid rented.and Titles verified .- =PI ji i;
about it Is much truthfulman
me a more
Fire. Life and Accident In- :t: :
J "
.Office Furniture and Fixtures* than you! ++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++..++ +++ ++ + + ; "
surance. J A professor in danger of.being: shipwrecked
? ,. -. .. : =- '-
= = = ;
-- -- -; r, .
4 Indemnity Bonds.: f 1 j jY'YY'V' ,. enlled"for his tablets that ho -- ...
\ STATIONERY. .BLANK BOOKS. might make Ills will. Seeing thereupon
'iFAF'F'i , TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES, E1 C.",' bis slaves lamenting their fate., he .. .

,'"i\'<' i, '. -- ". said? "Do not'grieve for I nm. going to 'N"Fr 'ASS .
N't ' set you free." :
.- A "professor dreamed that he had<
: W. tY YflU}N OUZOfl MOST MODERN':'" trodden on a nail and thnt 'I 1 hI' wound

pained, him. On waking ho bound up I CONTRACTOR and( lil'ILDIiR I ; i
.. , his foul. Another professor, having!
I h I'II.d"! (OriU-i I) U'tail
.u' I if i :t :i I ej ai|nninl |urliTt in you can ..
chop| \' in.\ ii\ mI'I'trh' tin'. x'inK iM-iii'aiu4i' of fan Irfalnu-nt n- you I learned the cause, remarked, "It nerved .. .
.. Wotlltl: .,'.'on',. nv |p. r-o'-al ("u"? t 'S.JM. / 1 you right, for why do you sleep with
Does General and '
- .", out sandals?" Contracting Building and Furnishes Estimates

Real Estate r A1O FRANKLIN STREET A professor, meeting a doctor, hid on SCructures of an size or Dimensions, whetherit
: E. R. BECKWITH TAMPA. FLA. I hlniHclf behind) a wall. Some one asking bp a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.

: .t .. II I the cause, he answered, "1 have
not been sick for so long a time I am Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS
i} .: . -- ashamed to come Into the sight, of a in which ha his-met with tne greatest success lax
t it:'. 'KISSIl\ :\\EE. FLORIDA" ;*. iS ... Ik- ..1,. elk 'j .tk.,.",,"_ .k a6. _ga.k .Err fie.dt.Ark'Ai... Itt sea&.I%a4c J[ phy lcIRn." of any man in Florida. ',li f

A wishing to teach bill ,
fJ.. -- -- -- -.--==--= i IDEAL FERTILIZERS him
S : borne to be a small cater gave no Give him your work .t

'," food at all. At length the horse have will be well and quickly ,done.K1SS1Illtllee[ Fla.jwwwN .
7' I .ing starved to death, the profetJI&r i ex\
rteAr.. : BEST AND CHEAPEST r claimed "I have suffered a great"" !ss,
i ir
t'.i' ?. W: :i....\ WINNt'i. for just as be bad learned not to eat he

< died!" .' -- -- . '
PHVitlCtAN AMifNCB 8U'RGItOSI A professor, visiting a sick person '
I fl W. & T. 's SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. -For Spring application on Or. 4 -N'N'NN1*N'11M1w .w "'NV wHN11N'>1N'Sc 1 1,
L> __.. PHOMM O:. KWUHHEK.Orrio 4. ange Trees, andfor first application on Watermelons, Vegetables, etc. '. ', ,-,- ".ONet.... FwNIDA.1i. Nothing produces more vigorous growth and it fairly GLUES the young however was not able to reply. There- Sc
I. 4 fruit to the citrus trees. ? Sj upon the professor, being angry and I. ;:
Do You
scolding the man, said "I hope that 1 AppreciateACCURACY
1,' W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. j SEMINOLE TREE GUOWER.-The one strictly chemical orange tree shall bo-sick some of these days, and/ I
'{. growing formula on the market. A happy,combination of our, W. how I
to ask am
x xt "t a DENTAL PARLORS & T.'S Special Mixture No. 1 and th fruit and vine formulas. fe then when you come" i
Y I will not answer. I ,
O8CEOLA BUILDING PHARMACY PERUVIAN ORANGE! TREE; GROWER..- .The: highest grade rmula: fa A professor sealed! up a vessel of PROMPTNESS ,
: : made with Peruvian Guano. as an exclusive base. wine which bet had bought Ills serv. | '

1t. K { OfflCf HOURS J 9':TO TO: I?' "ViT" I 4 4 I RAW GROUND BONE.-A very large supply just : s ant having made a .bole off in the of vessel the s PURITY, i !M"COURTESY'
and drawn some
i, beneath
__ _, I 7.:
< IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS.-An wine the professor was astonished to
y' 1 i venir showing the results gained by industry and the contents diminished while the .
{ T [ RIVERS \ '
4: jft. ( '- seals remained unbroken. A neighbor and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWINfJ you have the Best ,

r: PHYSICIAN AND' SURGEON I 4 WATKKS k; CARSON GHOCEUY Jtessille's having told him to look whether it had i Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone .us your wants, -I' ;: h.and .
F, -- s"V not been-t ken out from i>below, ho replied we assure you that satisfaction wtll be. Yours. .
: .. .,f:. Ollloe-oyerOaeeola. Pharmacy .. I _./ Ilr add"r" "'Vh)'. you fool It's he upper

;t' PIIOWKS: \f Olllcc''t11000 ltv : Wilson & Tooraer-Fertilizer Co, / : that part Is of missing the wine!" and not the. lower KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. i- ': '

.j I i ......'.1F "I" #"''il" ,F.r 1T'9f'i.O nf'9">""V'" -,F'F1.". t7F'"Jf 4'yr'Mf'SPOSE " \ A professor, a bald man and a barber I'' $ / Phone 41. ft f.a aI.
traveling together agreed to keep i 1
Dr.. "F., G. Thomason - .- - '-- -- -- watch In turn four hours, each while I ,, ,,'
AS A CAPITALIST the others slept. The barber's turn -------------------v. I,;
: PHYSICIAN and SURGKQN; For ONE DOLLAR( %,. will send you thr.handsomely lithographed but came first. lie quietly shaved the : ..

Office Phone 64- Resicfencel 126 1 worthless, took, ,'i-tilicati-s.. which you can. (ill, out yourself", for any amount and bend, of the sleeping professor and I.i
t ; have lots of fV'i showing tll your friends as proof that you are wealthy. TheseoiTcitioiitrs whoa the time elapsed. awnko hIm: I 'f.
r ( app<-iii to represent. railway gold mining and insnrance enterprises, The latter, scratching, his head as he SUNNY
and look Just.. like. the. "real thing Jut must nut to realize money on. SOUTH STABLES
'+ F. IT. ,fEN' I Ki| t N 8 ONE SAMPLE FOR FIFTY CENTS I got"What tip a and rascal! finding that: It barber bare ('rll'd11 I is! lie'swaked : .,

Send two rent rump for illustrated circular. "
-.- : INDEPENDENT: : PRINTING COMPANMEP.; WASHINGTON D. C. the bald man lusteiul of me-
'ti.' : -_ '- -y, Exchange. b- GEO. W. OVERSTREET, Prop. a

...::, -' Surveying and SEEDS POULTRY SUPPLIES Legal A"ic. .

f'I. ,' The. Oldest Established Seed House in Florida "Prisoner" said the Justice\ "you are Livery,. Sale and Boarding 'y
Drafting charged with having struck the defendant. -
I E. A. MARTIN & COMPANY ." I Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and '

II SucecMitom to.eAl business Qf V. A. '! 11 If- *>. "Yes, judge. : "I poked him.-but hecalled to meoj all "enanrl"a'vith, '; i :,orfect satisfaction prepared ,' !'
Garden.; Field and Flower Seed. Poultry Supr liesjaivl r.emedii.Recle'aned, Bird me a llrr. I:
jPI,' .OFFICE IN FRATERNITY. HALL That': no excii-ic." Heavy Hauling and Boarding Horses '
v a Specialty. .:
,Seed. Incubators. Write for Catalogue. "'Vetl. Judge, It was my first experi I <

r;, KISSIMMEE. FJ.A. I Phono 4277 2 R J.r;'t..ot. .1 AwKhOK: VILtB, FLUMIUA ence. What do you do In .such. cases 7"Judge's BROADWAY. ------PI4ONE. ]J02 -*" '
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... ..'' ''NNN ''' WHAT' 'TNE' AUTHOR -I C. A. CARPONr' nlr .
f :'<*< 'J ' W.. L. DOUGLAS ; l .

i','' can; comfe I::, to '. Says of,His '"Romance, of .the Ten '3.001'.li.50,4.00 The Waters &. :Carson
. '
1 & 5.00. .
JYou: I. Thousand 'Islands.:" /( .
t. II\IIMEE\ ?' SHOESBMthOMVorhi '
: S ; /
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I ; *, It is founded on fact. / < ., ; Grocery Company :

t f, ( ".-. : .. ----.:_ FROM -' : ,-, -", -' authentic Historic ree rfferences'are rda. Descriptions..u.talnedy of the .UNION MADE ? '

" : KANSAS; CITY i physical features acid 'surroundings oith Boys' I Wholesale and Retail Dealers Iri- ,
: .'islands,'t.h lr'trees; their mounda! I J I. Shoo
'. the ancient relics etc., can be Verified J i, GROCERIES 0 i iI
i. : AND RETURN :FOR : by*investigation' the .prese i day, $2.0O
..... I J I and ,,.
making allowance 'for the 'changes incident
-$3O.OO and days .
spend "
r '. to time. 'Two of thV leading $2.SO .... '. .,
lrrlE characters U.. I. .WE 'fi
.' ate real. The name of the 'M Color E.Iaq SELL;
; '
,' Long enough time to investigate the best great pirate 'ch,1eftan, Gaspanlla, even W. L'DoaaJa :"' are the lowestprice ----.. WE BUY i
now sends a shudder the frameof quality coauklr the world. .!
: + Bargains In, -Acre STracts, Town Lots ... through Their _u..t stole. M7 fitting sad HAY .
i and Country Property in the the oldest settler, and in the islands loaf wanting oualitia excel thoseothor of / DES ;>
i I' !N and passes that bear it, that dreaded mako*. If yon ..... bees paying GRAIN .lr
., state, for sale-by name" will live to the end of time. Go- Wh prices for your, shoos,the nozttunoyou .. . OURSHINGLES .

w .: .N YE.AI t.i mez the name now corrupted to "eves triaL need You pair CM W..L mosey DoufUa on shoos yonrfootwoor FERTILIZERS "-,o- WOO', \
> W. S. AL n .
. R 1 mas in the Islands) is familiar in the and get shoos that are just .. : X .t

{ .... memory of many present inhabitants, in ovory way as thoso that hav,', aOXES. .. AID ';:'"
i : 'OFFI IN PARK HOTEL KISSIMMEE FI.QJDA'S : and it I. true that he. did impart his '.C ceatinc, you higher prico*.6etonSwat ORANGE | I. .

t ....... ............+.NNewM&ttMarket.. real would character,,to the young and such\ hunter of history referred as,he'i' bow If carefully could:Mas W.viail..U and ear Douglas sa large*. for shoos yourself aro ORANGE WRAPS : ALL

. In the 'story a short 'time before he mad you would than understand why VEGETABLE CRATES I COUNTRY',
) died. It is also- true that this.hunter they hold their shape fit hotter and
wear layer than thor make. CRATE NAILS PRODUCE''
recited that story to lib"author: e'&I1TIUN-W... DoairlMaaaM ..* ariaJalAiatMd .
The author, a native Floridian was ] ....bprt SmiS ia.u.-! 'f---

himeelfJTjr many years hunter in the (i ygnljyj. ... !t W7C'!.!.' We eel]) field and garden seeds or all) .kinds. _
vast forests and hence knew whereof II X101 aAL1I t/T- We i'Ve"6)ec) al attention to fitting out hunting and camping

New York Avenue, Opposite the Bank.\ he wrote when he penned his descriptions I H. C. STANFORD CO. parties. ,
: of their grandeur-and beauty and Free delivery\ in city 'limits. Phone No. 12. ... r

r "First-Class Meat Cutter in Attendance! : Beef, particularized the fauna and flora of ,I'i penalty, from disclosing any information w, are county agents for. good fertilizers. Ask us for"-circular'
these vut'fields of nature. His close and prices fertilizers.
on .
Fresh Pork and Mutton Always on Hand.. association also, for many year., with ,| which may thus come to bis _

that peculiar class of backwoods people I I i knowledge.! : t

MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY PART ORfclTY.ST known as "Crackers" and his study of I I j'I I therefore earnestly. urge upon. all IOOXIOMcJOXkXkOCroIOfXkXkoo: >tOtIOl20t

: their character has rendered tlim an persons to answer promptly rompletely C. A. CARBON.. J. A. CHANTOKD. 6. L. WPPIr> '
... .
I and all addressedto .Ido..t.
yt adept in the reproduction of their dialect accurately inquiries VP .id..4 e..h S

:: r c PADGETT & TINDALL, CLO JI)'.: : uA manners.and description The Indian of their characteristics habits and I employes them by of the the enumerators Census Bureau) or other,. and

; given will be recognized by nearly all 'thereby to contribute their share toward
readers as true to life. The desperate! ]j making this great and necessary ..
pirateNcharacter and deeds brought out I puolic undertaking a success.
' : Kiissimmee Wagon Works could but be characteristic of the real In witness wtereof, I have hereunto "
;' hand and caused deal of the
i set 01) .
subject. with-which! the author had to
;.' OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH deal. \ . I Unite States to be affixed. P" and Dressed
". With such foundation in such a field Done at 4fte city of Washington this ugh .
Under New Management, With Enorough Experience and U-to-Date and BO well equipped the author has 15th day of March A. D. 191O and of ,
: Blacksmith. Wheelwright and Horseshoer. if theiIndependence' of the United States Pin
acquitted poorly i fae has not Lumber.
;'Iof America the 134th.
written a story of unusually thrilling j
AlloKinds, Blacksmith Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing interest. Probably not least in Its--favor [ (Seal) WM. H. TAFT.
Specialty. the President j
is the fact that ajl the characters' By :
-- \ P. C. KNOX, of State.
) Secretary
and all the events recorded are kept -
strictly within the range of 'ssibility.No -- .... for Sale. .- ,
5 supernatural feature, no myth no )OQOCXX .
.licit: Y..r Trad. aa d preposterous stretches of the imagination 4SO bcren p did land, considerable
good timbl'r. one-half mile from
Will: Traat Tom Ill.", have, been presented. The story saw.
I railway station, 3 mil h. from Kissimmee
i does require these to attract or to

rDANTY-- create running interest through it the with seeming its mystery realness and location, on hard good\ road.soil and This a is'tine excellent,>invest THE H. & W. B. DREW CO. .

ment. Will take you to the owner and ESTABLISHED ,
surprises, and its rapidly changing A CENTURY .
you can deal direct. Come and see us, l.
startling incidents being sufficient to
sustain it without so much of the manifestly I we will treat you right. We have any The Largest and Most Complete Weer

artificial)nd unbelievable.The kind of an investment you wish to se- ..........
author feels that his charactersare sure. 7-tf NELSON REALTY Co. \ Stock in the South

natural and consistent to the last, For Sale. \ -

and that the love Interest graphically, 30 1-2 W>Bay, 45--49 W. Bay;32 W. Forsyth,
24 land, 10 in cultivation
portrayed is thoroughly sustained. acres good ;
SOE"S The.moral effect of the whole narra- I and 14 in timber, within, 200 yards of FLA. _
tive is upward and not downward. saw mill. Depot and packing house on
Fancy and Commercial Kodak and Photo
Several competent readers have pronounced land; 3} miles from Kissimmee; about Material

eSPR/NG l'S SUMMER the work above the ordinary in 31 acres splendid bearing grove good Stationery. of all :KindsBooks -
its scope and the'story itself thrillingand quality fruits; 7-roorn: cottagenice; .
dramatic. ornamental trees beautiful shade, some '' Typewirl e rs and Supplies '
attractions .' A little ; Maps and Charts ...
Among other it is a FlorIda hearing pecan j paradise. ,

;, .n ". [ 'received-The new lto'l'y-thi. State more extensively Beautiful home, near peboolagdchureh.Owned ) -, ,,:-.' . ...t< '.:. ;,",.1" ': Pictures, Ptanai>.6.. .

' : JUST models. Shoes..of' advertised developing more ra/idyt) by a nonresident who will sacrifice Office l '"A;, School-.Furniture ''
; ...: ,. attracting more notieb, bad twwm. it at $3,250. Terms on halt or Toys and Sporting Good* '
<", "- style and character for many respects, exciting more mte"tlthan"perhape | more. '7-tf NELSON RKALTT Co. :

i . 'any other quarter. of u.e. -- -- Fancy Good and Soin:en- Printing, Binding, I4IIhy* :

particular women. Selected gobe: -' ___ t, For bale. len graphing ,.;,. -.1

'' Spring and Summer fashions, Five and ten acre tracts of muck: -"' \
A PROCLAMATION land in Park Gardens, where artesian ,
Yl in the smartest new shape well are an assured'fact and .guaran- ... .
oi. teed; where all kind of vegetable can '' '
the President the Doited :
By ; .
; and designs. Clever pat- be' grown __fully and with lea \
States of America. -, it,
fertiliser than on other kirafof soil "

t term in an sorts of leathers for Whereas by the act of Congress approved : Favorable terms of payment: can be TIE &GBBTSTBIE BUM HID HIGWE.SIW: .'
: ;
mad if mod
desired prospective eoato-
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either indoor or outdoor wear July 2, 1909, the thirteenth deC 1 .
be oared of
men can good treatment .
the State
anial census of United is .
any morning' afternoon or ti '. in aU thing and at all time when dealinjrwitaua. : Ai LOLL J'
., to April be taken 1910;,and beginning 011b. 16th day -tf .NttuortRwarYCo. AN1.HO"Y. Proprietor*, ."f'O- /',;
ANT: tuOAFairbanksMorse j
Whereas a comet numeration of :i
+ the population every ten yean to required -. For S*. Gas 't
c. W. DANN by.the constitution of the United Fihe mock land in o-acre.. tract, just J : ],

. States for, the'purpose of .determining/ been platted ,and now ready for t.. and .Irrigating',Outfits; ,:::
the representation of th* several! statesin market. Land very rich and ready for . ? .

the House of :Representatives; and the plow, and adjoining the corporate ,
i 'Whereas it to of the utmost import. limit of the town of .'-'--., aides AUTOMOBILES>' RENTED OR REPAIRED ,. ,

M' .r ance to the all the, peopleof the hard road running to St. Cloud. ... 1 the United States that this census Fine location and good land. Tens can
should be a complete and accurate re- be had If desired Call and we will ARTESIAN WELLS'/DRJVEN; ANY DEpTli1! "

I J/ ..- port of-the population and resources of how you this property. First come get . + "'!'1 ft J; JWe' J\
F : TO iiiJi 'WEST AND NORTHWEST BY' the country: : first eboice. t-tt NKtaoM R.../" Co. :
Now therefore I, William Howard Solicit ,all Kinds Repair'WorkKL'LESLEYCOMP :

: Taft, President of the United States of for Cxdiaate. ,
t':.. Dixie Flyer and South Atlantic Limited America, do hereby declare and make Beet located 8-room house in Kissim* .

known that, under the act aforesaid it mee with $0x150 feet of trade
( ground to
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1 .L.k.k.d. A. C L. 11.46. L. J.ak.1aIod A. c. L 1Le3 a all questions on the census schedulesapplying
a.JtAC.L. .. .1._ .... L.. .__ A.C. L .. ... 1.e6.. pay difference on a fair and .equita
. .. . 1." L" n........ L.... ,to him and the family which t '
yp resod.A. Co L. p. A. C 1.81 III s !/ ble basis.Property will rent to
..... .. . .. .. pay
a.:8a.A.: Lts L..8"--'A C.L -' '
I .'..,." _C.L.A.r.L.... ..1.....p.4. L" L.: .... LUap..r ILk r. be belong, and to the farm occupied by big intrest on price of property. ;; : :
'' Wue..7A.. .' L ... .. L". .. . . .
Lg c. Nile po. Wu A.C. L. .111.06. hi.n or bis- family", and that any adult
I Ar:M_G S. A p. 3." ..... Ar. M.e.e, G.S. A F . .... .. a.b .. NELSON: RKALTT Co.
.. .Ar.AIlaD"t.:of 0. tl.11II L m Ar. .C.t O. ... . I 18 . refusing' to do so is subject to penalty.The .

i t. 'A'.CbMtai ooh. w. A A.. .. III'l.l .-: Ar x.ervUI.L. A N 12.16... sole purpose of the census is to tor Safe. : ST. CLOUD.IFLORIDA .
; Af.N..kNlk N.C.l et. L. L4C' p.... Ar. Cor_ L: AN. . 8.20 po... secure general statistical information : *
1 Ar.. t-Ionlla. lilt N. p-a0! Po'". regarding the population and resources Orchard and farm, with 350 bearingoranl'e .
Ar. ., Lo. .I.C 7 III a.m. '
f led.napo&,_PR R. .... Lee .. ._ THE -NEW COLONY
of the country and replies are required ; grapefruits tangerines, 4
Ae NopkWrl1k L. A N Rio ;; Laxin.roa,1... AN.J b 7,10 .. STORE i :
.Ar Ar.. Hed.rwm Eraa.rla.. L,A"'rr p.16 4b :: :::: Ar:. LYmter ati ,L-,t N ___ ___ tlds pm.Ar. from individuals only in order to permitthe ataumas, naval orange., pear trees.ollv'a 'I ,, a
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Tern H.ula E." T. H itU .. III Ar Rkhmo.d P. R' R. I 11.42 p.... compilation of such general] statistics. mulberries and nice shade trees
Ar:Ch'--' A It. I, ..47 a. IlL Ar. l:1Uean: P. R. R. 7 10 a.m The census has nothing to do with around 6-room house; good :water; 6X1 Staple and Fancy Groceries,. Shoes.. Gents' .4- ;r'I

-- taxation with army or jury service,, acres: ;; 7 acre in cnltivationf acre Furnishings, Kitchenware, Glass and ,Chinaware -,' ,
Solid train Jacksonville and Pullman Drawi"ng Room with the compulsion: of school attendance good timber; situated on the rock road :
Chicago; Sleeph Ag Care, at Lowest ,-
t Coaches and Bagg>ige Cars;;Pullman Stepping Cara Jacksonville and StJ Louie; with the> regulation} of immigration one mile from city limits, on main road z Confections, Cigars

Dining Can Atlant' and Evanaville. or with the enforcement of any to St.Cloud. Price$4,000; liberal terms. and Tobacco. Oils!and Gasoline.Y ,

Solid train Jacksonville and Cincinnati; Pullman Sleeping Care, Coaches and national, state' or local law or ordinance :Arthur E. Donegan! Kissimmee. ," Fla. Z. /6,
nor can any person be harmed inany'way i -- -- - Saves you money on everything you want. See y
f Bsggdg. Can; Pullman Sleeping Can to Chicago and Indianapolis. our
Stock Ranch
Sale. before
1>y)furnishing the information o goods buying elsewhere. '
1iiW! For reservations 0' other information CCmmunieate with your Ticket Agent I required. There need be no fear that : We have 2,500 acres o'f land 4 miles o Money saved is money made. Don't throw it away. t,
any disclosure will be made regarding from Kissimmee and within 2 miles Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. It strictly Fireproof ..'"
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f,7' : any individual person or his attaint. two other railway stations; land fence z Special prices. ;'

For the due protection of the rights and well adapted to raising horses,cattle

fs and interests of the persons furnishing , hog. or sheep. Can sell this land 6 R'1.0 T L' Yr S.rri: -
Gazette Ads. Do C A ;
i Valley th e Work information every employ of the Census -I very cheap and on term. if desired. 8ooo"-c -'- t

w ,I Bureau is protybitei', under. heavy. 9-tf NELSON REALTY Co. >oo ooO O '

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A. UK Kissmnee Valley GazetterUBUSHKD of a tracker in that city who told the 1t' 1-

cabbages from one-quarter of an acre

: BVKRY MUDAY. recently, for $100. When It la remem- ,
"' ,Office In Valley Gazette Building bered that the seed from these cabb fOR RICH AND- POOR4'

ages was sown only three months ago, ,
Iraving, ).. fqr the, railing of two:iir HIICll ,
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... produce, the growing of cabbages teem .
.J {t . >!d..J. TRIPLETT, Associate Editor. decidedly a remunerative induttry- Florida is the Land,'of Opportunity for Those a
'- least in Oaceola county.-Times-Union. r '
' .J, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: With Energy and Inte1Jlg
;" d: . .... .. M 00 moettrv. .. ..T.. .v.. ... |.o A gentleman who came to our city Delay .
JY J. Jut week, was heard to remark on .dtemet1
only Copyright brBy J. s1.urdy .
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;a ......o..d P .U.must b..I"* ev er make a.
.. R i >ted BM_ will not b. retun>!Oll.'wife* had visited in and around 'Kissimmee 1 L.A a .. While there are some people, who ._ .
Gr ......lott. '
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. were the finest he had seen although success anywhere, and will fail even if they tome to
..,..... .t the.....tam...t.. KlMlmmaa.Fla.ajaaoodelaia he had traveled pretty well over the .r DAVID>> J. BRBWBIl. Unlt.d Mate W. BOURKB COCKRAN, Lawyer aDd

_.. mall- rottn.- -:.'_-__.-_-_ -- .::.__' __ UnitedStates, and that he was now .u.......... Court Justice. y Ex- anfraraaa.IF Florida, there are really more opportunities 1o1 -*-man .
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t r : 18 : convinced that the Valley Gazette was nE coarta;..their delays and< .the present iystem of government of limited means'in Florida than in any other section
Friday Mar. 1M.O.
overmodest in its statements as to C '
the "coat of litigation are into be effective.forthe of this great country. .- .
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what could be produced annually ,
justly criticised. There is maintenance of justicein all should not makea i'
If you thought Kissimmee "growed"In an acre of the ground hereabout It' There is really no reason \ '

1909 just watch what she.'H: do iJ910. needless to add that the gentlemanwill J no duty more imperative upon the -- other words if it ia to be I success in Florida, but it is well for everyone to 1\

__ be numbered among/ our permanent bar and the bench than to do what worth preserving some method capital and
"-" understand Ithat they must have some! ti
residents aa soon,aa he can settle his ,, .
SIMPLIFY be.devised which JUDICIAL
must by
the advantagpe of they can to -
Among many business affairs in the Northern state they must be willing to work. Nowhere in the world''do
? 'in Kissimmee, we might mention that from which he hails. .AND PUT; TEOHNI PROCEEDINGS MAY
there never, has been a strike among. its BE that all men meet with uccess. However, in Florida
workingmen. ON THE WITNESS"STAND. blessings with such a lavish ,.
where nature dispenses
and Bee to it that substantial justice cause instituted in a court of the

If Editor Hetherington is fleeted to States hand there are less failures among the tillers of
The Right( of a Wltn... to Qualify His is administered. United shall be finally'adjudged ,

f-, the Legislature Polk county will hav Answers.IJke THE SEAT OF THE WHOLE and determined within a '/1Ioil than elsewhere in proportion to the number engaged -'
the foremost men in the next
one ot Stevenson's child, as a- rule, the
law-making body..of Florida. witness should speak only when be is TROUBLE IS IN THE FACT THAT REASONABLE period from the in that industry. There are fewer obstacles to

. ==,-=- -,--- spoken to. lIe should not volunteer TOO MANY APPEALS ARE GRANT. day on.which the initial papers are overcome, and a greater possibility of>j success.

.The Sanford Herald contained sixteen anything except that when be Is asked ED WHEN JUSTICE DOES NOT filed. I
" pages in its issue of last weeh, which a question which with apparent Innocence For those who have been successful in the. past
was necessary to accommodate its in. could really be answered "Y ." It is the essence of every government in Florida than anywhereelse.
WAY TO PUT IT IS TO SAY there are greater possibilities
\, crewed number of advertising patrons or "No" he hag a right to qualify a whatever its form, that
3 The usineu men of Sanford evidently I plain "Tes" or "No." This of course THAT OUR COURTS TRIFLE WITH There are quite a.number of well known men
: happens most often In the case of expert every man subject to its authoritywho .)
appreciate a good in Florida today who came here with very little
.. The "Yes, but I will explain," AFTER DELAY UPON MERE TECH. may have a difference with

' Since our thx ayers by a large ma- and "No, but I will explain," of one of NICALITIE8. another must submit it to a body who have been eminently successful. It is generally

le 5 jority voted a boniT iwue of forty-three the distinguished! expert witnesses for K K of the
admitted who have made study
by those a
commonwealth established for ita -
thousand dollars to inslallwater works the In the case of c.!;>m- specially adjudication

i and sewerage, every Kleaim eite has monwealth versus Quay, which was I advocate that the state enact instead of attempting to question that there is no section of the United States
tried before Judge Diddle In the court
become 'a booster, for they know our 'of ,quarter sessions of Philadelphia laws that will permit'of but ONE settle disputes by force and vio- where a man can go with his family and a small cap- "'

'. town will have ten thousand inhabitan 'county: .. several years agx> still linger In APPEAL AFTER THE TRIAL lence. But in. exacting this sub! ital and 'become independent quickly as he can herein
; before the,first of January, 1912. '. this..rtter'1I memory. JUDGE No judgment should be
It sew.,.mistaken notion that a witness mission government assumes a Florida.

: Editor Zim la to be congratulated on- Is bound to answer "Yes" or"No." reversed upon a mere error in the CORRESPONDING OBLIGATION ,
A cheap but comfortable' home can soon be erected
i seeming the services of Mr. Chas It Is R.urprl8lng"that such'should hare admission of evidence, error in the that all disputes submittedto I
1 Leidy to edit and manage the Meteor ever been the received theory, but then and the settler can soon be surrounded with the comforts .
of the court in the trialjudge's
the bunting down of witches and the ruling or its tribunals shall be settled so
while he the district for seatin
stumps a of life. A few hundred dollars in the hands of a
of the doctrine ot witchcraft 'unless it be ;
the National Congress. Mr. Leidy expounding charge clearly that JUSTICE EXACT AND

( ", i is a forceful writer and a fine printer, were regarded as proper Judicial! shown that such error worked a COMPLETE: will be done to careful man will go further in Florida than in the cold _/
functions only a century or two ago every
, a combination-seldom. found these days. The theory as to categorical reply was serious" injustice upon the defendant one. freezing north. I
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j J completely exploded by the gentleman ,
t ,I The Times congratulates the people who propounded the question, "Whenare BUT JUSTICE TO BE COMPLETE: Florida is'certainly the right place for both the rich ;,%

of Kissimmee on their voting by an Lawyers could do a great deal to MUST BE REDRESS
' you going to stop beating your PROMPT. and the poor. The former finds opportunities for investment i I'
,. overwhelming majority a sufficiency of wife?" and demanded a categorical an : facilitate the work-of;) the courts if GRANTED AFTER A LONG PERIOD that bring much larger returns than in the
bonds to install a municipal water swer. If the lawyer attempt to tell
plant. It shows a combination of wisdom you that you must answer "Yes" or they enough North. He has an opportunity of surrounding his

I and common sense and enterprise "No" you have the right to say that men of the caliber of Benjamin R. IN THIS COUNTRY THEREIS j home with large; velvety lawns that remain green.for '
the Is which Is not I' NO PROSPECT THAT ANY
t : that will make Kissimmee a city.- question one susceptible Curtis nowadays. .
; Tampa Times.IU of a categorical answer. This. I I, CAUSE CAN BE SETTLED TILL twelve months in the year, with flowers, shrubs;and ,

' I should floor counsel for the moment. si st MANY YEARS HAVE ELAPSED.It trees that bloom in their beauty each month of the
For the of Mannerly behavior on the part of I .
enlightenment thpus-
our witnesses Includes keeping one's tem THE LAWYER WHO GOES INTO is of course true that delaysin twelve, and he enjoys a larger variety of fruit of the
y ands of readers we desire to state that COURT TODAY SEEMS TO FEEL '
: ; there'are three commercial hotels and per under almost all provocations. I judicial procedure are not pe- most delicious kind than it is possible for him to -
Cross examination for the purpose of THAT HE IS NOT LIVING UP TO se'I
'.' handsome tourist hotel in Kissimmee culiar the United'States. But
one very to
IIt I testing your memory Is not Intended' HIS PROFESSION IF HE DOES cure elsewhere.
all of which keep open and do to be and should not be regarded as I in this? country, where the court .<
it a thriving business during the entire Insulting. It should therefore not be The poor man. while working to pay for his little ,
This information in our' resented. If the DETAIL AND GAIN ALL are supreme and every action, eh' I
It year. is given cross examination home the fruit flowers
enjoys same trees and shrubs
,. editorial column for the reason that it transcends all bounds and your patience THE DELAYS POSSIBLE. terprise or proceeding of govern

: I can not be obtained from reading ouradvertising to exhausted a sharp retort will *t ment may be arrested, suspendedor that his rich neighbor has. He receives good twages- 4

t I columns.. not necessarily Injure your testimonywith
anohasjio long, cold-winters to make provision for'but
: t the Jury. The Jury sympathises The ethics of the profession do prevented by judicial process

l St. Cloud Is a colony in Osceola county with the witness more than with the not make this a reprehensible offense long delays in deciding causes involving lives l in the-perpetual sunshine of Florida, the l land
: for -
's '. near,Kissimmee. X correspondent the lawyer sake aDd.of being.wblle smart mere: smartness because. ofa but if our GREATEST exercise
I.ti ,i says the new hotel which will;have too expansive personality 1* to be de- LAWYERS ''WOULD SET ANESSM1'LE ,DEFECTS IN "
,f .powerT are "Wood*!! sold cabbage from a quarter pf an acre '1 $
: twenty-six rooms and is being built of plored, you will be sure of a sympah i "' .
1. brick, is op to the third floor. : Uc audience If you are In the right others would follow, THE: POLITICAL SYSTEM SO, of land'for $100 cash, and had raised on same land. a j

.4''Machinery' is on the ground for waterworks and counsel In the.wrong.-Ira .Jewel I. and in time condition- would be SERIOUS AS TO THREATEN fine crop of lettuce. and plan-ting tomatoes, and

,} "electric light plant and ice factory Williams In Green Bag. improved. ITS.

d ( v ; A new paper la to be-established EXISTENCE.'f.* after they are harvested will sow cow peas, alien, the 1:

h ,.- there In 'a short time. St. Cloud has UNDER AN UMBHELLA.An same tract of land in one year.
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1 ,not Times-Union celebrated its first anniversary.1 .- Bxpenelv AeVentur .. a FameusParisian Our Country Should Be J. F. Oberry brought to us some celery last Tues ...

Wit. day, one bunch of which weighed pounds and eight

c . If there are any.who doubt.that the Bomleo, tile famous Parisian wit to All ....
Open People.
ounce celery him
ana making at the rate of
peopl..of KIuImm. are wide-awake was one day caught in a shower .

4 ,1/1/: and progressive do not believe breed to seek refuse la a doorway of % .. $150O per acre and remember, he has the use of this ,* '
Br JACOB M. .Ctrl New reck Banker
r.. bowse. It C o'clock ehre.dy .
ate the opera was
there are any-their donbta ought to be :
i and be had aa enfaxemeat In same land for growing two_or three other crops the (*
'dispelled. by the vote, Wednesday, on HI* COUNTRY SHOULD U OPEN TO ALL PEOPLB, ESPECIALLY i\\ )

"iiu the qweetion of Issuing bonds for a municipal ..he Cafe rain de fell Ffcrla la torrents.for that There very hour.Phe was. C TO THOSE PERSECUTED AND, OPPRESSED ON same ..r. .Mr. Oberry.has made $1800 in one 88&:1: :t

'' system of water works and sewerage. no carriage to be had. Be had no DIDo REUdlOUS GROUNDS TO BUILD NEW HOMES ON .OUR son on an acre and an eighth raising eig-plant. '; \

; .' ,,Although only registered property 'hrella. What was to be dooet While SHORES: .Our Western and Northern friends would be : :,
''t owners were allowed to vote, yet M was lamenting hi* bad luck a gave SI St St surprised , ;

W :' ,_ie vote stood. : .79 for 19 against as a leman with a large umbrella passed to know what can be done here by Intensive :

dispatch to the Times-Union Informs us. b7. Bomleu was seised'with sadden Uwe keep*the we must find.ways ,and mean to obtain farming and if : '
will +
they and
I come give us a chance ,
'h .
t The't to'.1M. Inspiration. He rushed out and rasp*
these bonds
to PROPER DISTRIBUTION of these--1mmigrsno if not without -s..1
ed the the. and ; will show them. ,'
1'' k' the amoontof$43,000 has been popular stranger by arm gravely we U { ,
tq ,'r .' 'from tbe Ares mention-. of'the proposi.I Installed umbrella.himself under the. protecting then through'legislation. We have for sale in Park Garden, 5 and 10 acre tl"'

I ;, g1 Uo&-Tlm.a-Union.: "I to be Immediately The NORTH ,ATLANTIO PORTS CANNOT GO ON ANt 1 "
". ', am overjoyed see: tracts" of land that will pay its price net above :
.' began. "1 fcave been look. ABSORB .ALL THOSE THAT ,COME. It is'true the American expenses Iif'; ,
1 it J' ',The Commiuion r of De Soto county lag for you for two weeks. I.waataclto in one year's time, and will ever after support' :" ,
'rt nation is pro4iing'.laqe17 in its best, ideals because of the Russian
..'refused' to can an election for the ,
i, . pur- toll you about Clementine f&nlilfin luxury if farmed to best '.
t f' poae'of allowing the taxpayers.,to vote Without giving the stranger time to .Jew.; It Is a fact that these poor people are BRINGING US ; advantage We ...

',' :for or against bonding that county for express) his surprise Bemlea rattled IDEALS--even if sometimes they go too far-which in. our commercial guarantee fine flowing wells and can show you what :' .

t i (good roads., It,,is possible there laI't away with goaI]}'aad anecdote until such lands are doing. These lands ( ,
. 1 need. are selling fast
'the he had led th. unknown companion to we sorely '
money m to
?' for roads without 'P&yJ' the door of the Cafe de Parts. Then. for there is a'small per cent. of Florida lands so favorably J w'Y: :.,
I : building -
.( 'r; good bonding be> glanced at him with a face of well Jane Addams says, "To America today the Russian ;Jew is what I
,t,, ,11 .," r-the county or the Commissioners may : located and with such wonderful producing ',r' '
Russian Socialist
feigned astonishment."Pardon the German and power
:: was thirty; forty years ago. poor ,
think the roads In \
,,. Via'J ',y, ,enough for all practicable now use purposes.are good In .seems Iam, monalenrr mistaken be cried "It : .and anarohiat is only. trying, perhaps, to expre. in a crude way as Park Garden. ';aWe .\' I I

'- ,\, Oeceola county the Commissioners are "I believe r.o." said the stranger. hia ideals. have orange groves i Improved and unimproved. -1r, t
I. boildhg'asystan-of' marl roads "Good, gracious r' added Bomleu
-" .' that lands at prices that are encouraging to the buyer., rCoriespondence
t; experts '.81 are the finest ever constructed 'Be -discreet. Don't repeat what 1

tr t. in the United States, and the have told you." Signs of Prosperity solicited.NELSON ,
it. "I promise I.
county has not been bonded for one 'S
doilar.i.i "A thousand pardons' .-
h _ Romjen hastened within the cafe Apparent Everywhere.

i.i(t. f One great reason why mail order ., and amid great laughter told the adventure ..xI '

Douses flourish and cut Into the business to his friends. Suddenly ons By A.URED A. BOOTH Chairman of tbe Board 6f DlTMtors .T th. Cunard: I
A1 s ot local merchants anywhere is of them said: *._hiD Company. '

their lavish expenditure for advertising. "Your cravat la rumpled. Romleu put his hand to his neck and BEGINNING TO APPEAR IN ALL BRANCHES '
Ip ? The amount they spend for such a purpose REALTY.COMPANY
turned pale. Ills pin a valuable sap FOR .
is well nigh fabulous. But it is '
c jhlre. was cone._On further examlnaJOQ : PROSPERITY -
,. ..tra..economyO"for.rMult.ant. returns -bis-pune and watch were found /
r ., ". fully justify the outlay large as it may to be gone. Tile man with the urn THAT MO-NIY WILL: BE EXPENDED FREELYFOR r-.

be. The lesson it teaches is that most breUa was a pickpocket.>ndoD Tit- OCEAN TRAVEL DURING 1910.

home merchant, if they want to successfully Bits. .
st n
lei hr meet the competition of mail

;', order bouses,' must take a leaf out of Touring Car for Sale Thin!. prediction is substantiated by the fact that all lines are mak--

their book and meet them on their own : to louring car in perfect order. ing preparations to denl with increased traffic which gives promise to Kissimmee .$ .$ Florida ;
'ground by proportionate. amount of "'>ew C..IJ., on hind wheels 2 extra in- '
advertising. The whole secret is ac- net tut en. is as good as new. equal or surpass anything ever known in the past. I fully expect that.

WIll am cheap if bought at once. Details RESTORATION: OF NQRMAL
iqoainting the pubic in the most catching at Valley Gazette office. Address the present year will show the .

/ 4, way with the quality and variefy off DBAWER 88, BUSINESS CONDITIONS-yes, the condition they were in before

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TH6 KlsslBinee Valleu Gazette'4'1 I.. Old paper for, sale at this office, I Mr. Robert' ha just- returned ,I Mr. and Mr...Bfenry.' P. Meyer, of ,
i r .' f ..... .- .20 cent a hundred. buaineM.trfp to Washington. New Baltimore, Ohio who 'have spent .Card.of thuks: : I JANNOUNCEMENTS.

: TRLtPHOMI 11.. For S'ale-A good Jersey milk CClW.' Mr. W. H. Norton, cashier of the forborne the pact five on weeks Tuesday Kusimmee' ; left The family of kr W- J Floyd
although wlsb'to
J Apply to R..D.. Gui ... Itpd new Citiaen Bank, i il spending today will make the they < Member
t bnainea trip by easy atage Both express their many thW k" to their For of the legislative.
: transacting in Tampa
PUpt ISHED.EVERY ,FRIDAY fHello Central; No. the Mr. and Mra. Meyer Were delighted friend and *'
give me 149, .neighbor for their kiDdne*. To the DasoentteVotereofO.eeo4Ceuayj f
-BY- : SIailor. shop. J., G. Kimbrough the Mr. and Mr*: S. H. Cull and little with our town and its people, and will during his protracted ,? I hereby anaoanas njsclfis a mtdxteM lot

/ w. s. HAIYRI.. ; S -tf daughter Harriet, of St. Cloud spent us.return and spend next. winter, among many beautiful ?? and also Member of tb. B6DM of xepre eat ...**In Ole
l ,: 'oj,.. Call and' yesterday in. the city ; funeral flower at the Florid Lvclslatar.;from OoWl OonnU, aV*
line of
see new sample
V ," "r. J. my Mr. and Mrs! William.human, of ,t leaf., of eont.., to' tb* wish>t the, Dftmwmttevatcn e
-J -J i G.. Kimbrorgh, the Tailor Phone.149. .
9-tf ; Mrs. M. 1. Tyler has taken'charge of Altoona, Pa., came to Kissin.mee on -- In the prlnsrle ta bs held .u the|Mk

\ : Weather the culinary department. of. the Park the 10th, and will remain until the 1st Notice. day fI' 117,* 1'10.04 rwpoclTuIly ollcll jamt '

Report i Use Plank* 'Chill Tonic. ,Guaran- HoteL.r: of April During their stay Mr. Hah- vas:' -TRIFLKTIt

t&, L teed. Price 26 cent- Sold by all We regret; to learn that'Sheriff Pre- man win thoroughly' investigate business Am offering> << my house furni.W, rood .

f"": druggists. ullT-8 vatt ha been confined to hi. bomB by and other conditions in and aroundour piano. from May let to Sept or Oct at For Gty Manbal.Ih.r.bysnaooscemrudfse.adldae.ferse.
Following are the daily temperature I illness this week. town, and it wire i he and his a b*1" to"a eoupls who' will 9elestb.teth.ofa
> and precipitation's.reported Who keeps the largest and beat assortment pleasant family long .be numbered - In keep '
by the'Govemment of furniture Anybody will Miss Blanche McCamy of Orlando i II among our permanent residents, things good order.' Call and see me. of City Mantitt, and U '
M... HELEN tooled wilt to MM bo of B>T ability UltkfnWy.
.tell you W. B. Makinson Co. JO-tf the guest this week of her friend. Miss Mrs PKRPEW.Photography. .
station at Kiasimmee for the Mr and W.. F. Iseminger and disthary.ihedull..61sheoecee ette.padruny
I Blanche --
weekending Mar. 17, 1910. For Sale-Several 'thousand extra Mr. and Mn. Fitch, of SpringfleldAMo., -. I s
large Livingston Beauty tomato plants, J. McCracken of St. Paul Neb., pent a couple! of weeks in our town J. )It'...&*.....

{iu-x.- MIN. sans raised eq my home place.. -M,.Tiller. will arrive In thiseity about the first leaving on Tuesday for home. While I am prepared to make -
12-lt ',--- .. of April with another-car load af horse they came Florida merely for a short pbotograpL
of all For
: . kind at city, Marshal.
Friday. _; 83 63' for sale. See adv. in another column. outing, they were so Impressed. with my studio located Just

:. Saturday. . 76 62' .. For Rent-After Monday, two or three the many advantages of this town that above theMidland Ry.. on, Broadway I Mrbr.sues npMlf s .sadist: for 'lair.

f e . Sunday. . . 76 45 .. rooms for.light housekeeping; central; Preaching at'the Christian churon they-will return in the fall and make).( or will m anywhere to make outside Plo\ *of City Marshal end olMt tM support ..
no children. Address drawer 348: Kissimmee. next Sunday by the pastor, Rev. A.- M.' this place their,permanent home. views. Price tM mtm.t, .r.ctVm. a
, Monday . 81 46 . Iv-pd, Chisholm. Subject, "The Supreme reasonable ---U.n.
Tuesday. . .". 75 53 ". Test. Evening service at 7.15.Mr. Ton much praise-'cannot be given the J. A. LANCASTER. c. r. S-'' i

1.} Wednesday. . 69 41 .. For-8ale-Pair of small mules tho Village Improvement Association for -- .. --, -- ,..- -
roughly-broken and good pullers. En- C: W. Griffin' new cottage on engaging the Schubert Symphony Club t,
\ Thursday . : 75 41 . quire of S. W. Downing, at Nelson his lot near the Midland railroad, i I. and Lady Quartette, of Chicago, to ap-

Realty Co. 10-tf ,nearing completion and will be ready pear here on March 23d at the Opera
for occupancy in a short time.Don't House. This' company is in Its 20th I' ELDERHENRYCUNNINGHAM'

J. M. Post will repair your watches, year of success, and -acknowledged '
; wv wN clocks and jewelry and will do it rightor forget the Shubert Symphony everywhere to be the most up-to-date I Recommends '
J refund your money. See him next Club arid Ladies Quartette: at the Opera Musical Company traveling. Every-

< < door to Osceola Pharmacy. 10-tf House, under the auspices of the V. 1. body likes music and everybody enjoysa ",
THE: LOCAL -FIELD.Vt S., next Wednesday evening. hearty laugh. A'delightful blendingof
< For Cyphers Incubators, poultry supplies fun fine VUroJ
pure and music is one reason
Grand .i
At of
the Lodge Knights Py -
and Arthur G. Dustin strain why the above has its ,
company won
[ thias which met in Jacksonville last I
G. E.
Wyandotte eggs, see I
to the
way top notch of .public esteem.
week Col. W. J. Sear was promoted I
NK"" Takach. Eggs 5.00 per hundred. 5-tf For Weak Run-DonPeoplen
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from grand inner guard to' grand master Another demonstration of Kissim* ,
Wade the tuner. Orlando. For Rent* ''4-room cottage, nicely at arms. mee's splendid artesian well territory c ( "I was run down and weak from

Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. Til- furnished section of and city.well Will l located rent till in residence Sept 1st A lady quartette i is always a source was shown last week when Mr. J. M.: 1 / ) indigestion and general debility, also
? Willson
ler. of lovers beautiful music Jr., struck a splendid /flow on Buffered from .
on reasonable terms. It M. Tiller. delight to of his vertigo. I .. .a cod
West Kissimmee. While
Large desk blotters We. at this office and the Schubert Lady Quartette i Is one Willson in liver preparation called Vlnol adver-
tf Wanted-By responsible party to take of the best. Hear them March 23d at wu measuring the well, I
Mr. A. S. Nelson tied It trial
care of furnished house at St. Cloud for the Opera ,House with party of Kansas and.declded to give a ,
Checked apron gingham at Stanford rental during summer for rental of investors, arrived on the scene and and the results were most cratlryln ,

Go's for 5c per yard. same. No children. Address X. Y. Z., Don't fail to pay your poll tax by 'saw the the water Within flowing half-hour six feet above After taklnc two bottles I regained my strength, and am
this office. 12-tf April 9th if want to vote in the ground. a a trade t
you now feeling unusually well. HENRY CUNNINGHAM
Just received; a big line of trunks.W. was made and sale closed, the purchaser -
and remember law
primaries the requires -
B. Maklnson Co. 10-tf Notice i i. given to all contestants in that, you pay it yourself. See acquiring two small houses and fifteen Elder Baptist Church Klnston. N.C.

the piano contest being conducted by notice of tax collector' inth is issue. acres. 'The depth of.the well is
For Sale-Three good mules and three the Kissimmee Drug Co. that all out- 173 feet, and the' consideration was Vinol! contains the two most world-famed tonics-the medicinal,
horses. 4-tf J. W. MILLER.
i good standing coupons must be voted before The Schubert Mandolin and Guitar $2,800. strengthening body-building elements ot Cod Liver Oil and Tonic ,
,I 1 Great bargain in wash skirts at H. April 16th. After this date all coupon* Club will render some very bewitching
Mr. W. Noel
C. Stanford Co's. will be dated and must be voted within selections at the Schubert s concert on 1. and wife of Minneapolis Iron. Vinol contains no oil, and is by far the Best Strengthening

i 80 days after date stamped there'on. Wednesday( March 23d at the Opera nesday., Minn.Mr.arrived Noel is, the in the city Wed- Tonic obtainable. We return without questioniaol
I Agency of the White Star Laundryat 12-4t House. electrical expert your money
the Home Store. Phone 164. of the American Bank ProtectionCo. if does not accomplish all we claim for it.
Twenty-five to thirty-five per cent Mr. John Holmes of Nunda, N. Y., ., and is here to install the double -.
See those lawn shirt waist prices cut reduction on spectacles and eyeglasses) arrived in our town last week,on a prospecting automatic electrical system, of vault I ROBERSON'S PHARMACY, Kissimmee ;'
in half at H. C. Stanford Co'*. for the next thirty days. Over five tour, and became so impressedwith protection in the new Citizens Bank y ry
A: hundred pair to be sold at cost. All new the advantages our section offered The system i is guaranteed by a strong
Buy a nice residence lot 60x150 feet goods. If you want a cheap pair or a that he will purchase property and make and reliable company against: burglary
in Davenport. Terms to suit. 3-tf good pair cheap, come in and see aboutit. his permanent home in this vicinity.As for all.time to come, as it is absolutely

.f, Satisfaction guaranteed.DR. burglar and hold-up proof. Any at-
For perfect fitting eyeglasses and P. G. WHITE, there has been so many changesin tempt by yegnxen to use explosives We exclusive for '
spectacles.'see Dr. P. G. W bIte. 12tf Kissimmee, Fla. the ownership of real estate in this means instant death to the one trying are -agents ; Rs..

I', county the past year, it is necessary for it. A public demonstration of the system :
Dress gingham 6 to 12\c at the old lr. E. C. Westcott late of Atlantic those who have sold 01', bought land to will be given within a few days,
reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. City, a thorough student of mechano- see jhe assessor so that there may be which will enable everyone to see the
therapy, has located at the Gray-stone no mistake in the entries workings of this wonderful device. 1
Ladies, have J. G. Kimbrough. the and is prepared tp treat patients for -- --- n_____ V u do 1" Re-enforced

Tailor, clean and press your skirts. ailments of any character, but makes a Mrs. Nabors and daughters. Misses I / '
Phone 149. 9-tf Specialty of nervous diseases and 'indi- Bessie and Emma left for their homeat fine Pleasure Trip I y 1 Hf -mmocks, low in. .

gestion. 12-tf Birmingham, Ala., last Wednesday, I 4 + i
Anyone wishing to see a fine farm N 4.
. LaRue serves only seal-shipped '.
; oye- after few week in this % ;
spending a city. a price in
ter,. No melted ice to destroy the Mr. R. B. Parker of Chagrin Falls Their many friends in Kissimmee were should go and see the Van Duzor farm 7 Ct' high quality, ;;

favor.! Ohio, who has been spending the past pleased to have them with us again. eight miles south of Kissimmee. The iyl s 1,, f u

Phone 149 when suit needs cleaning few weeks in our city, was a pleasant They will return next winter. writer was driven out to this farm yes
your this office last .
caller at Saturday. Mr.
and pressing. Parker came down to investigate our Mr. C. D. Evans ot Felicity, Ohio, terday. This farm contains 160 acres 1' ipz? : 'e'
9-tf J.G. Kimbrough, the Tailor. climatic and soil conditions, and i ia so stopped over in the city a few days this with good house..bam, silo and packing :

almost favorably impressed that he has decidedto week. 'Mr. Evans had been on a pros- house. The orange trees are large
used only Sale-Lady'sbicycle two weeks. Bargain; Herman new; remain permanently. lie states that pecting tour over the southern portionof and are covered with blossoms and
there are several other people in his the state, and said he had found no '' .
Scrader. near M. H. Porter's. 11-2tpd seemed to be more advanced than Costs no than
section who will come down in the fall. place in Florida with soil And climate anyI more ,

A Princess dresser is a charming equal to this."Pleasing . have seen. The two-acre Excelsior

-I, 'i piece of furniture for the young lady's Western A special homeseekers trainload of arrived Northern here ear-and plum orchard on this farm i Is a sight the straight woven ,

' room. W. E. Makir.son Co. has them. ly this morning,' and on account of a the people has been a. trade worth seeing now while )it is. in full

lOot.. with the Schubert Symphony Club and .bloom. The article
wreck on the line south of this point grapefruit tree are also

Let J. G. Kimbrough., the Tailor, take were delayed several hour This train their Lady program Quartette contain for many lot of yean fun;of and's in bloom. We law. extra large pear I . _, ,"" ) de'r.?!, ;' -
; your order for your Spring ._It. Phone will go through to Fort Meyer, but a refined nature. a* well a* a wealth of tree on this farm. A large mulberrytree I ',,,,"" ,; ;, '

i No.,.149. -tf large number' of the excursionists stopped fine music. llear' them at the Opera near the house Is a sight to look .! ; .;t iili; '
off her to condition
I' Investigate House March 23d. Vize/or .. \ 'f'
.Wednesday _
.Pennell, agent for Sayman' Vegetable About thirty-five- of them left by .. at. This is an extra large tree and is : j :: , 1
1 r' Soaps and remedies and Ordway'* steamer shortly after their arrival, to nearly breaking down with mulberries, t. ;
Mr. A. D. Cordner of Bismark N.
Plaster look over the Southern Coloni
4-lSt-pd that are great big long one, and some
*.lands sixty mile down the Dak., who has spent the winter In onr RE-ENFORCED
town and who purchased considerableproperty are now tuning: black. The tangerines -
t' Buy: a 5-aere farm from the Daven- river. And lasts three
/ port Colony Company, seventeen mile during his stay here, left for kumquats and young peach trees
south of Kissimmee. 8-U In accordance with the new sidewalk I Hs home on Saturday. Mr. Cordner look good. The 40 acres of sweet corn HAMMOCKS: f0.
ordinance recently passed by the City I will' return in the fall to make this times as long
Dr. T. M. River and Mr. C. his home. on this farm are worth looking at.
Council. permanent "TMK
L Go to H. C. Stanford Co'.. department i KIND THAT LAST
'. store. They are the originator Buckets are having new cement sidewalks The Berkshire hog and Plymouth Rock

ef low prices in Kisaimme laid in front of their residence The Nelson Realty Company sold the poultry that are pure bred look good to ,
this week. This i II a good example and Wallace and. Little ten acres of land one from the North. There is also to -
New hotel should be immediately followed by all west of the court house to John Jones "
lust opened at Davenport, WE ALSO r )
seventeen miles south of Kissimmee. parties living on street where sidewalk and P. C. Dunlap of Rook county be seen on this place 40 acres of Rockford ,- HAVE. : : f. ;, 41Vudor s! tl ; -all

1rrw Good hunting and fishing. 8-tf have been ordered laid. There Kansas, and these gentlemen do not: canteloupe growing. that Jook
will be five times a* many people here hesitate to state that they have great fine. .There are million of:>honey bees "
next fall and winter as .there ha been faith In Floridalnve.tment. t .. -
i' A For bargain in resident property in this grove that are 'makln.- honey i
track land and orange grove call on the put season and the more attractive somewhere.
ty ; H. M. Breaker Ktsll mee. Fla 4-tf our town 1* road the more ol them We are pleased to announce to our for someone This farm "
lk will locate with us. reader, many of whom are interested must produce a good' revenue. 'and i* ,Porch'Shades I ..
After November 15th 'wood will be in the t. Cloud that "we'have worth looking at. r
t i. $1.21 a stun delivered. Mr. D. E, Freeman, agent of the Atlantic .- cured an experienced correspondentat in six, eipt'alad, fen I'\.
D. ,
I S. Kisaimmee Lumber Co*. Coast Line, has Just returned that place, and will now be able to foot at'
from a visit to the colony of St. Cloud. furnish them a resume in full,of each lengths .
S Lb- For 8* *,-Lot of fine celery and lettuce He was surprised at what he saw there "week's happening aa they occur in that Italian uaeretttfen. r
plants at the Model Farm," just and speak very' approvingly of the development thriving city. There to a. Italian apeivtltlosj that .

across the railroad from the Inn. *.that came under his notice. whenever a .-.' -beJoasa. tAl'u.e .5 ;

He summariie*.them as seventeen hun The Valley Guetta'reeel.ed a very souse of Savoy dies a huge eagle. 1* to :
Help Wanted:. A middle-aged woman dred people an organized and incorporated pleasant call on Wednesday from Rev. be the '.
seem crossing Alp over the valley
er girl 10 to 12 wanting a home will do
town with a eventy-two-roona and Mrs. Westcott of St. Cloud. Rev.
i r, well to write me for particular. Mr*. brick hotel, a big brick bank, an electric Westcott I* in charge of 'the Methodist of Aorta in the direction of Savoy,

S' A. S. Lenington Pine .Castle; Florida. light and Ice plant, a telephone exchange church at that place, while Mrs. West- aDd the conviction prevails among the ,

ti Oct ,22-tf.r and moat of the other appurtenance eott Is a of mechano-thera Inhabitant of .A eta" that thus eagle Very attractive:: ,
of city life, either acquired or py, and is meeting with much sueeesa gtldea the soul of the dead sovereign '
For Sale-145
d1 acre, containing a In the It I his that in her ox different disease t'NtOra
nine-room proce** opinion treatment to Join those of We' In Bavoy.
S .SS dwelling, two-tory atore- the people who have been induced to When King Charles :Albert died
eons and barn-good land located at
The Non Realty Company sold the
to St. Cloud their
come are getting
railroad. A big bargain at 1000. money'a-worth right on the street, and Willaon fifteen acre*. In the weat part Lisbon, King Victor Bmmanvel' died prices
J. S. Lows w,Kisaimmee. Fla., the longer they stay and develop the of town to Austin G. Earl of Rook at Bom.'and King Humbert "wa .. .

Fashion" Turban braid are more they will be worth, This brief account county Kansas and Mr. Earl will bring aslnated. at Monza la-100 the eagle

t. "IT."Spring your corauing to be made of the state of thing up that way his family, seven in number, here to was seen winging its way across the

ape Qukksst place In America for i fa quite In accord with what The Times live the tint of October, which will add Alp Alt other' eagle crossing theAlp t

+ braid., switch**, toupees and 'wig hear from entirely reliable sources, greatly to Klssinunee' population. oon't seem to count for much.
'' Acme Hair Co., Savannah, Ga. 10-fitpd and It expect to see St. Cloud a* sea Welcome to all such citizen ,-' Just the thing to 0-1. J.,
eeasful the similar undertaking
t ;r For Sale-40'ac.:20. : )acres cleared at Fitzgerald* Ga.-colony Taftpa Time.- Mr*. Frank Graham and Miss Meant Ancient Rope.' make a hot veranda Vl. (
of $t Cloud were pleasant caller at Qr
4-room house Ropes made of various kind of fiber
; .
i 2 acres in oranges necessary; s well of good wa.; What came near proving a serious Valley Gazette office on Wednesday. and leather are of very ancient date. a cool cosy retreat I ,{
These ladies to this section last
ter. In 8 miles of Kissimmee. Price I accident occurred on Wednesday afternoon came Hopes of. palm have been found In PORCH SHADES ih
fall from Oberlin Kan. and
'about 8.80, when a horse attached"to express .
t' 1,200. Bgypt In the tomb of Benl-Haao
themselves perfectly delighted with
I a buggy in which were three children !- as
9-tf Joseph Murray. (about 3000 B. CO.) and on the walls of
of Mr. S. B. Story ran away from our climate and) our people, and have
decided to reside here these tomb 1* also shown the processof And while
Paper Hanging.-If you want a neat the school house well, the children be- permanently. down town let us show you some -
a' preparing hemp. In a tomb at
ing thrown out of the buggy and the
Job of done '
hanging drop notice
paper Postmaster Frank Vans
In the postofflce for me. I have a fine little girl painfully.hurt. It appears from New York last Agnew Saturday returned -, Thebes of the Mme of Thothmee Illk' ; % e NEW' FLOOR COVERINGS ,, .

,, line of New York wall paper samples that the oldest boy, who I. a l lad in his where he, has been at the bedside of (about 1000' B. .C) 1* a group representing .$ \ .
which I will show. teen, was in the habit of watering the the process of twisting thongs t
be glad to
I his brother, Col.! P. A. Vans Agnew,
r &-tf.; JOHN G. HOWARD. ,horse every, evening before starting for I who i* ill with typhoid fever in_ that of leather and the method -of.'-cutting Art Squares, 9x12, $3.50-to-$25.OO each -;
home with Die - -- -
brpther aid aiater -
.they: state leather Into thongiWe'r. ;
Mr. Vans
;t+ When the hew house Is ftplahedthen: driving In town to school every morning city.when he left his brother Agnew he was that out Matting, 15c to 35c per yard ,
comes the pleasure of furnishing each from their home seven mile in the "
of and the road
to Oil
danger high
on re- Cloth
... room The store where you can see the country and on that evening the boy All AIII& ,
N4S beat lines at the most reasonable prices took the bridle off the hone for him to covery. "The Chinese worship ancestors." Linoleum -60c to 85c per

la the place you will go. Where is the drink, when it at once -made a dash, ::Mr. E. T. Frowe, who came to Kis- "How Queer! By the way, have you r sq. yd.

r place Why W. B. Makinson: Co., of and after running a block the-ehldren: simmee from Waumega Kans., last heard the latest? Marjorie la engagedto

L5; course. 10tfI were thrown out. The smaller boy was fall, brought to this office onMondayan ; a real live dne."-Louisville Cou- -
y only lightly injured, but the little girl alfalfa plant that measured eight rierJournal.The .
I have 25 acres-22 cleared-a 4-room was seriously hurt and wee carried inches in length with roots of five inches -'
house, a frame barn and necessary out- Into the Park Hotei and cared for and Mr. Prow brought the seed from
e% bnildings and two well of water; a where she remained until the next day, which this plant grew from Kansas rarest of /flowers 1* candor.- '

creek run through the northeast corner when she had sufficiently recovered to and sowed it about ninety days ago. Racine. Osceola Hardware
affording plenty of water forall be carried to her home. The buggy escaped He says he' in perfectly satisfied that

t'' purposen.. Two miles from Kissimmee. with little damage, and at this alfalfa will do well in. this section and 014 paptn be bought SB user *.*.Ut7 1
S. Price 600. time the children are enjoying their he will plant several acre a* soon aade I ,
at this emu for ttto lei. The C .0M
per F -
9-tf Joseph Murray. usual good health. very ANY '
r .anj>rocure..the,seed. T
tLst to pg'.tttq'.use .a Pet.1 i iS

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W. O. BASS To the West K For Sale. 'FOR SALE j .r I
; Two good house close in and beauti-I '
and Northwest ful view of the lake; one fans 10 rooms 23,000 acres of Timber St Cloud Colony Stock. I
'' and the other six; fine location, well Land
Wholesale and Retail via on railroad. .
rented, and always occupied. This,
1' Deater lLFresh. ,property is a sure enough snap, and you' 20,000 acres' of Phosphate ..-.... .
. SEMINOLELIMITED 'bad better hurry Term can be had if' Land. "" ., ., '. ',' :" "

:necessary.. and anyone desiring a food i 29,500 acres of ..PastureLand. ,, ." ,t, ",\,.
.Beef Pork and I j investment cannot turn this propositiondown. : '. .. :' (Seminole, Land.and. Investment .N.
'{ .Call and let us show-you. It is i
very close in to the business part of the' 50,000 acres of Virgin
Mutton Timber railroad. Company) in lots. !
city.. Property. will pay large returns on
I on the price, and grow double the pres.' 24.000 acres turpentine o
Lv. Tampa A. C. L. .. '. .10.30-am ent price in a few years. lands 80 acres with from Fifty to Ten Thousand
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!; : ; .PHONE 44..L Lv. Lakeland A. C. L 11.45 am 9-tf NBLSON REALTY Co.
Lv. Kisaimroeet A.C. L. . . 1.05 pm 10 acres bearing orange
Lv. Orlando, A. C. L. .... . 1.88 pm 1 r Dollars for sale, or will exchange . "
.... ,. X For Sale. I grove. ,
Lv. Sanford, A. C. L. 2.65 pm ,v
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING : Lv. Jacksonville. A. C. L. . .. 8.40 pm I 20 *** s of nice land insidetheeorporate 19 acres in city limits
LT. Wayeross A. C. L..10.50 pm Ibaits of Itlaai a...... Good good house and outbuildings same together with : ;
Lv. Tifton Ga A. L..12.55 am :/:
Ar.' Albany. Ga.. A. C. L. . . 2.20 am orange and eking land. Price SCO with 3 acres of bearing '*. .r
Ar.' Americas C. of Ga .... . 8.85 am per acre; time on,half if desired. We 15 an equal amount'of cash for :
orange grove, ;
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PRESSING' Ar. Columbus1.C. of G. 5.45 am also have 10 acres of land about l of a
IK.If DYEING Ar.Opelika,Ala., C. of Ga. 6.65 am mil. from the Court hones that will tIne truck land with Cartesian 'OM"'"
Ar.' Birmingham C. of Ga. . 11.80 am well that flows good real estate in thia-.- ,
over t
I REPAIRING ArJ Jackson, Twin., I. C:. .:.. 7.25 pm raise vegetables. and citrus fruits, besides :,;
t Ar' Fulton Ky., I.C. '. ,; 9.10 pm being niesly located for residences. I 100 gallons per minute. '1;,,, 'r4
Ar. Cairo, 111., I.C.. .C..i12.01 pm Would make ma ideal place for a nice cality.. ..
Ar.' CarboBdaJe, aIL. I.. ..... am cke..1 For information writ. i,:.' <
'lave word a* my honss and elothe Ar.' St. Louis, Mo., L C...... 7.20am home,where a jersey cow and cl I ti. :I !.r.
I. could be ample room" for L. A.. MINX A CO.KDUMMn .
: 1 will be called or and returaed.. Ar. CentraUa Mattoon,,I1L.'111.,L I.C.8.06 C....,.,; 1.20. amAr. am grove and kept trucking.leaving Price tl.1iOO..U ,'FLABUkA.I . For further particulars i.n. :'J! t.' .
Ar. Champaign, I. C.... 4.05 am' NBLSOK RMAI.TY Co.. '\ "
.f4' Ar. Kankakeo I1L ILl. C. . ... 6.41 am address 'i -
; Satisfaction Guarantees Ar. Chicago 11L, I.,C.0....,._ 7.15am: Notice to fisherman .... ............rase: .9 t f-i
I It Solid through' trains'P\illJDan.;81 .p> Notice .is hereby.given. that, the,law I!r. SALTED .**.. .\'.'!. ,'
'M. Ing and Obeel'Yatlon'Can and Free Reclinlnc against seining the lakes of this county I .' '
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JR. 'l.f
Chair Can Jacksonville to Chicago
will hereafter be strictly enforced., All I Moore :"r"V ,.
; Dining Can between Columbus : ALLIGATOR HIDES Raymond
__ J NOTARY PUBLIC,.. > __ and Fult 4 .] STATK AT LAKOX. ) .Jacksonville and St. Louis. Buffet. Par-' themselves.accordingly. I | BOUGHT BY-TU | | '.. ,..'.!* ..,
lor Car Tampa to Jacksonville.For C. F. PUVATT. (
KISS1MMKE.Real Estate- Agent.FLORIDA additional Sleeping information Car Reservations communicatewith or any 1 Sheriff. I GROSSMAN LEATHER CO. !i! Graystoae Hotel K1SSIMMEE, FLORIDA ':! _J

_ ___ 1 Old papers be bought in any quantity i 76 Fifth Avenue J
n A. W. FR1TOT, D. P. A., A. C. L., at this office for 20c p.r,100. The very .. NEW YORK CITY t '.,'m

4 W. S. HARWELLRE"'AL. No. ,188 Florida East Bay Street, Jacksonville thing to put under matting or carpet :: ,to* tour Cttakn* ihowlM ;UM .j l' .- ..: ..-- .. ' !c
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} 4 r ESTATE No.' 310 Madiaoo Street, Tampa, Fla.,1"-1"'G'. E.: tAKACHAGENT :..: Waters & Carson Gro. Co. ::; '..............x............ '1.

;''I 1 Office Notary. over lloberson's Public at Large Pharmacy J. L Sharpe & Co.1 Standard Cypress FOR Incubators i. .....OUR R1111a AGENTS..>...... *I''i SL Coud Real Estate Exchange .


I TTjR. Staple and Fancy GroceriesAND Expert work at reasonable pnce. Delivery ,:. IA. EDROUGHT i" :
DENTIST. i I .in 24 hour.BROWN .. r
. Notary Public'.State at Large, St. Cloud Florida r
__ Upitairs. in K&d.Buildlofr.! UOUNTHV PRODUCE 1 The PhotographerRear : .., .
to 12
,Omoz.HOTJR8. : I' 1:30: to Ill: :30p. m. 1 Represents the reading Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Co's. t. r. I
i of Southern Colonization .
Telephone No. 70<<1 Jun 6.,lr.H KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA side door Building Z Taxes Paid Rents Collected ..

._- Indemnity Bonds : r. I
PHONE1T6. Lei'afpapers drawn.
or DOUMTY JUDGE. KISSDOIEB e8SJNCUBATOR. Local views of Kluim Dee and surrounding .: Deeds recorded I;
jJrriCt j gosbtLJssuo .; country Titles examined and reported on Abstracts furnished u"..%..
'S.'F..KRISS'STTOJtNn.ATLAw' Preaching at SL Cloud .. Agent for Crenshaw Bros. Seed Company. .. ,.
BREEDER OF ( Z Buy your seeds from an old established Florida firm. '
;l Sunday school ) .
Sunday at 9.80 '
'k every e&aet : : _. a. m. Preaching first and third Sundays WkIte..WyandottegBox Send. for Price Card Kistimmee offices in charge of Capt. H. M. Breaker. '1 l
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LAKE. FRONTAGE Free ;lUt Fails -. J . ., '"

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"", .. + '.. You Money ,BaNC: if You Are Not .. .'." .. ' . '.": e . .' , :

.f :;.. Near Kissimmee' is getting ; Satisfied With the Nedi ne' ASH .DOORS PAINTS R O
At : : :'
I w. scarce.
; preseitt'there We Recommend.We
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\. 4 tour 'bti ING1
4 are trects the arm LIME ;' '
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.a ,of. the*.'lake "east" of Mr.. A are so positive' that our remedy .. t, .. ,. .".. 1'..., . . CEMENT. .- .. '

: permanently' relieve constipation. .. ,
+ N* Drought's home; at .. '0 f k .
. no matter,how chronic" may be,that ,.' r .:
/ e 125.00, $150.00. $375.00.and. .$400.0 acli. we offer to furnish the medicine at bur --- ... '" I

should it fail produce'
expense :
a >near St Cloud R. R. *
factory results. &atlS'j SEE HERE '
It is worse than useless to I f :
cure constipation with cathartic drugs.
acres In
JO Standing Pine .
.. Laxatives or cathartics do much harm. 1 '
':.. Timber in Kissimmee Gardens They cause a.reaction Irritate and ; #... .
weaken the bowels and tend to make'''
at $25.00 acre.
.. .' per '' ht' i'
constipation more chronic. Besides,
Pine Timber is growing in their use becomes a nabit that is dan- I : We, buy and are receiving each week goods

value every day. gerous. 1 ==. : . CAR LOAD LOTS. -,--JJLHO .' A
Constipation is caused weaknessof
by a
.. i I. . the nerves and muscles the large I we are the people who, will save you money :. ,

t. Intestine or descending colon. To expect I . when you are ready to buy .. .- .'
permanent relief you must ,

.t J. \A/ILLOrsJ.: JR.. fore tone up arid strengthen there-I ,. < 4

" "REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE organs and. restore them'to
The discovery of the active principle I
of our remedy involved the ,labor of the I QUEENSW ARE GRANITE and TINWARE '
world's I<< greatest! research chemists. At -.- --,
an active agent (It possesses the valuable -FISHING-tind--HUNTING., 'f CKLE--- AMMUNITION. .
qualities of the best known intestinal - -

See Our Goods! tonic. as well as'being particularly . HARNESS__ ._ hoO COMUMBUS WAGONS

' pleasant and prompt in its results. *
We want yOU to try Rexall IRON
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on our recommendation. They are exceedingly -

; 41 And get prices before buying.. We are < pleasant to take, being eaten ''I IRON BEDS BEDSPRINGS '. MATTRESSES_

like candy, and are ideal for children,
the Originators of Low Prices
delicate persons ,and old folks, as well DRESSERS TABLES CHAIRS WASH-STANDS
in Kiss --- ------ ---
lnmee. as for the robust. They act directly on

= the nerves and muscles of the bowels. PORCH ROCKERS HAMMOCKS SHADES, ETC. '
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They apparently have a neutral actionon I
WE SELL other associate drgans or glands. }

Apron, Checks; at. . . . . . .5 to lOc per I yd They do not purge, cause excessive, ---- -- -
looseness create inconveniencewhatever. .
nor ,
Dress Ginghams 7 to 121c' per yd any
40-in. Unbleached Sheeting at 74c per yd They may be taken at any
.: Shirting- Calico at 5 to 7e pet yd time, day or night. They will.positive-
Quilt Lining at . . 5c per yd relieve habitual I
Iy chronic or cpnstipa-I

y Best Calico!' Press Goods; from .15-lit to to 7ftc 7c per per yd yd tion, i if not of surgical variety, and the I I W.B. MAKINSON :
CO. i
Poplar Cluth, assorted! t>colors at 25c per yd <*> myriads of associate or dependent chronic ;

Check Homespun at ? 6 to 8c per yd <*> ailments, if taken with regularity i
FlannelElegant ]lOc
Outing 7 to per yd a reasonable (length of time They
Line Curtain GoodsKlegant ; 7 to 25
Line Serpentine Crepe, at 20 to 25c per yd come in two sizes of packages 12 tab- ry

sX ss Table Linen 85c to $1 per yd 'lets, 10 cents; 36 tablets' 25 cents. Soldin : ... \ : rt' .:
< > Best Ualatier Cloth at . 15"c per yd Kissimmee only at our store-The KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD.. 'i
Table Felt, 54-m. at .. 55c per yd Rexall Store. OsceoJa. Pharmacy.for .
< > c Table Oil Cloth' at . . .25c |>er yd : 't' :
<*> Linen Crash at . . .10 to 15 per yd '
Cotton Crash . .. 5 to 8c per yd Sale. rrv' ,
The Famous, 'Rub Dry Towel at 35c: to 75c Fine colonization f
Ladies' Shirt Waists 50c up proposition in Osceo- : TRUNKS PLOWS.HARDWARE :
Ladies''Wrappers . . . 65c up la county. 8,000. acres interspersedwith .
. I Ladies' Skirts !)5c) to tlO each splendid orange groves beautiful
Ladies' Petticoats . .. 50c to $8 each lakes, finest of muck land and nice : $: 1.
.' Ladies' RaincoatsLadies' .. . $5 up rouud timber. Can add 7,000 acres FURNITURE RUGS WAGONS :
1 Coat Suits . $9 up
.t Ladies' Vests 10 to 5<>c i more adjoining if a larger proposition -
Ladles', Kimonus 25c to $1.50 each i is desired. You can deal direct with f.

} Pure I? doz.Linen Buttons Laces for .. ..,, 5 tp 2Bc6c 9-tf owners. Good titles NELSON and square REALTY business Co. :........ .....- .............$, :

les, paper . 5c .
per ----- -- .
Ladi..s1CoRts and rfweatora-at popular prieea.r i >.\:
" I Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously low prices. for Sale. "

A beautiful Line of Ribbons, Dress 1t"
Trimmings etc.
600 acre farm, excellent I location, over
'l Above we havegIven you'pricet. on a very few items! in] our '
I immense and well selected stock. 200 acres of deep, rich prairie-muck, I ,
.ready'for the plow. Some fine hummockfor S R
jtoUrs lor good goons ana \\ow pricesY
: orange culture; some high pine land. CHAMBERLAIN'S '

.I 1 H.C.STANFORDCO. Nearly one mile beautiful, ,beach; on ,
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(;: lake''. This is a high-class investment, ,
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and the owner says SELL. It will pay "

you tQ investigate this.
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: Z. W. & c; W. BASS;;' Splendid=--- bearing For groves for f h COUOHREMEDY

I sale; from a to 50 acres in fruit and '

good nd ill connection for farming, at .

reasonable prices. and on favorable SURE---SAFE---PLEASANT TO TAKE '
terms of payment.
5-tf NELSON REALTy Co. -

Wood Brick or StoneGUARANTEHJTOGIVE For Sale. Chamberlain'. Cough Youcluutopthatco: Motheraofcroup"chiJd- of .'

Remedynever disappoint* ing by using Chamber. ren should always keep a \
120 of
land fine !lake
acres on 2 miles I
those who use ft forob.tilain'. Cough Remedy. It bottle of Chamberlain's 'e.

has from 2 railway excellent station, ,clone to school and, nate cough, colds or irrireUevee the lungs,aids ex. Cough Remedy handy. It ,1';

I r PERPECTSATISFACTION orange tangerine tation of the throat and pectoration and effect a will safe many anxious -
; ; grapefruit groves-one of 7 acres and '
lungs. First dose relieves. prompt permanent cure. nights-children like it. !
II \ another of 8 acres. Will sell? together
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i or separate. Owned by a Kansas man '
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who might exchange for Rood Kansas '
Kissimmee FloridaNORTH
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property. Full particulars to interested For Sale 254- 3
._ 25cSOc. 1.00 $1.00, SOc. ; ,
r '1 I,. .... r.V''w'V'''V''V'9' "r::;;.,,,. yy. 'Y Y -- .....- 'V"tc. vnII parties. _..9-tf _NELSON REALTY Co.: ,
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KISSSIMMEE.. PHONE NO 8. tG Fish and Oysters.Fresh :; .

t fish and oysters every day in -

city.the week Bearden delivered building to, pone 176.of the WHO SELLS' 6.1 I Kissimmee ; .1'JI'

!piI C. W.' Griffin 1 CHAS. BASS. I Granitoid Stone Works 1Makes :
: ,
YOUR PRODUCE? everything In Cement line'' : I
such as [Block, Piers! for Houses Cement
r Groceries A WAY OPEN tihlflwajk Tile,. Porch Columns"
Fancy Family Hnwrv Tile Huuie Steps Chimes
''f.-; lit. 4.aj LEARN THE BENEFITS OF DEALING WITH 4AUaa c Stone. Can save ;you. nearly one-bait
MEMBERS OF THE LEAGUE on uiers unit Is belf..r than brick; one ,
:.. .Fresh Meats. <= Many a Kissimmee Reader Known ,. hnlf the IIXi't'IIIJ"! on chlmoets. ,
j \\ Illdoireneralci ntrs6tingInbuild-
8 8pcieisant It Well
Deliuvty Every: J IJ"\' ni any; hour1'ad onayt-J'5oliclu o.rv The National League of Commission Merchants governs relationship Ink out uf.ruudatuii.ur briak..Cee -
1. !: tt! : There Is a to convince .the betweenshippers and receivers and provides for fair-deaRhgr always. ment work In all Hues. All work ,,, k
s y:, seasc.Aaaa.,eiclkierli.r'ilt. '. J-.. d.,1h.RaaearFrB.earitcdr:! "' .. I greatest skeptic. SCOTCH of Kissimmee ,. ClJlirant.d tirht-Hn
"*'\1 __ __ have made it possible The I Growers and shippers should send for Free list of members in 28 / .
't. I people pubis :\_' I statement of their experience ill I I markets, and other information to r metal :hln"lo.'
proof the like of winch has never' been j
Parom 'produced before in Kmmmmee. Read B. DICKERSON K"gS:; ,. i
I this case of it given by a citizen: J I National League of Commission I.Merchants\ ------ --- {
I' Z W. Bass, south side, Kismmmee,
Fla., says: "})oan'l! Kidney Pills have DEPT. 1O, BUFFALO N. Y. i24t PORTER
I been of such great lioneht! to me that 1 BASS &
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..- iiinarniTrtMrrun lame back made it difficult for me to''j .
: % get around, also to stoop or 'lift No 'I l DEALERS IN .,-

If 0- _ _ position I assumed was comfortable, PEER. ,yARbr.OLD.. : : FnricyGrocarieiGrain
. r and a full night's re-t was out of "the'I I
1 heabove WutratiOD fom.photogrBph"of fete Plant I.al1uatry Biil1d- I question. The kidney secretions were and Feed of All

v big,U. S. DepaJtment; 0'Agriculture!.....Wuhlogtoa! D.C. It loafed in the ', so frequent in passage that 1 often had I __ _"__ _ l Kinds. ''
heart of the city BD41s covered bar .o\ROIO-RIluFlNo. The Government to arise from six to'eight times at t
also tuea PAR6ID'for stables, rac ks,irmrebotue,etc. It uses PAROID night. I tried various remedies and I Contractors & Builders'' We solicit part of J'our'traUe.
because. It fincU nothing.economical. I I rubbed my back with liniment, but to Country Produce, Hides and Fun +
PAROID if the ideal roofing for ban, stables,sheds poultry boiue, j l no avail.I finally heard of Ooan's Kid- bought and sold.KISSIMMEE.
warehotues,ontbuiMlnga,etc. Jjqnlly valuable for roofing or iding. It is ney Pills and procured a box from the
permanent, is easy to lay,U spark and cinder proof,slate color: ,contain: nour.doernot 'Kissimmee Drug Co. They.dipotted of FLORIDA.
crack, and does not ma in summer. the lameness in my back strengthenedmy PLANS and ESTIMATES FURNISHED V PHONE, 6t.P .
7 What Is good for the Government will be equally for yon. J kldneyi and rid me o/ the necessityof --- --- ---
Call; for free samples]of PAROID and see Just wbat it is. COOK of np rising at night.' I cannot say too AGNEW.- '
j: .tdste Poultry and Farm Building! Plans free for toe asking.I much in favor of this effective remedy." A VANS ;.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. .
On Stone, Brick or Wood Buildings. .
W. B. MAKINSON CO: Kissimmcc-St. Cloud Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole -i i: ATTORNEY Ai LAW....... { .
,f agents for the United States. I IRemember' '. t-AV3, "NOAAKY PL'''..-c, [ -
', the name-Doan's-and Address P. O.Box 33.'i: Ki siininc Fin.I '
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GENERAL DIRECTORYOf !i The Ministers Organize NOTICE. Notice ,I Estate of C. H Fountain Dec'd. ,

I'1 TOWN Of TAfT I 'I Notoe ia hereby given that on Tupailay. April Nntlili (
; Last the | hcrqbt'Kit i Inn the undersigned ,
Monday of several
i pastors 1 5lh. 191O. the Council of the t ity of Kfaaimmee
I I Sale of School Lands. administrator of Iho futile of <" II Foil nlnin, I ,
the Churches and Fraternal Societies of the churches in Kimiimmee met at I 'r.llahFlorid... March. II 1910 1! Florida, will'meet at T.:IKI p m to receive sealed I/N aced, v lll on Monday. the uth Oar. 1 the Baptist. church formed the bids for Forty-three One Thousand Dollar Honda lonllJft.n..xt.m..k'IIII.I."III"
I' ar\d | Hoard of Education will, sell to the "' ''''! o( hi adinlnlHlratlon '
Items the of Kissimmee. The State each not exceeding six our cent, leaf annum in- I .
of General Interest from j "KisHimmee. Ministers Association. I higher and boat liiddnr. for cash the followinuilownnnl of kHid eelatr and H|>plv fur. his *
Bonda to . ,
I tereat' payable aeini-annually. mature aa IlIa..h.rlte. li< h itilmllliilrauir.
Thriving Little[ Capital of It n believed that great good will re-,, lands lying. in Oacoola. aunty Florida, follows: Five Honda five yearn, five Bonds in N. C nut ev Administrator. j I
i All of the State achnol lamia in the I'thaootiona M.rPl'lIth. lulu lI-
vacant 'mo
suit from
. j organization. The pas- ten yeara. hve Bonda in fifteen rare, right l Bonde e'
-4 ,," CHURCHES.BAPTIST .. _. ," in township 27 south, range. ;I I.! east: town
: Prosper Colony. j 1\ ... ton in ,
I tor, among whom the Idt\eBt'harmoI1Y! iq lwenta y ar Bonda tAenLy-fivt. ycarnu
i chive 0 and :t:> aouth. range l'{ east toWnahipH 2tt\ v

t t.' alreadyexisted J. will, be ,drawn even 'I :Miami ::11 south range tl rant. e<*nUiininff24' :-0. and The ten Council Bonds. ro\eH thirty >the cane right ,,; r..j..d any i

I closer together and l the c-liurohen like- ' Horses!
rt,, 1t The Sphaler Bros. ere cnnntruclinK H i iI I H4 roHKrinn and all IxditOyonlirof. .
I j hotel building 45x9O; lh.lirit. Moor Huii\.tn Stephens, "a l..r. I wno le until twelve o'clock n Monday. AI..UIl. i .
Sunday School'1.1.a. m :N. C Bryan The meetings of the association, are I I mare n. | |S..I"| J K. GILHFKT i r
will be occupied by tlu poslodie.! barbershop A I> 1910. oal.-d bide wdr IH received by AlbrlW < ,
general store ami 'hotel.! Tinupi sup *rin ten,let)I. : to be held once a month. viz:' on Mon- I Gdrhriet. I.'denl of the Stele 1 hoard of Kducalion i lerk. i ---- .
I'rvHrhinK Ham. and, 7 45 m ,
/: p. I day after the second Sunday at 8.tO: i>f Florida I
: a. Notice .
; per floor 'wilj/rontain 18 Urge' bedI Prayer m..linIf 7.4STlwrsdayevening.: .
rooms some of which will be connect-. U. Y B. U. 7. l">. Friday! evi-ning- m, in one of the Sunday .school loojnsi All bids muni be addreaned AltxMt W Gilfchrint. Not Ice U hereby. given that the Count of theCity
Pre.dent of thc State Hoard of Education I
Visitors always wclronu i Iof the Baptist church that being a of Kiaaimmee. Florida. will receiveHealed 1
ing rooms. They expect to have it of Florida and marked "Soalod Hid, for the Pur-
contra! place for'all.. bide for conatruction work <>f a Watetworka va
ready for by April 1 tit. chtuMs <'f School l mda." : 1 11 r
occupancy All ministers are cordially invited! to and Seweraire System on Tuoaday April
If I Mr. Tice left Tuesday for hill home I i I attend and those who will do so to become The State Board of Education: reserve the right 'i 1'MO. at T.30. m l'cTMOn'wl.hlno- to bid on same

(' _ in New lie will return ;oRESnYT :RIAN.I I members. ,to reject any and all bide will find plane and eciniatlon. at the afire of
again Hy order of the State Board of Education: thin ,
this fall. Before leaving; "he built a I S. 3 Snyder ixKtor i I A number of important items were 2'. February A D, 1110 I the City Clerk
a { Sunday School! !9.45 a. m. -GiF.. considered one of them being the matter Tho Council renerveH the right to reject any
} Louse upon farm and engaged a Parker superintendent. I pf a laymen's mass meeting whichit |j and all J4ds.

tenant until his return. Christian Endeavor (i.OO p. >n. I was agreed should be held Sunday ll-4t B.-E..-McLIN Salesman.Mayor's = ,_ By order of Council this 10th day of Marc.1 h. 1910. \

Mr. Newkirk is engaged in building I FreachinK every second and fourth I,I April 10th at 3OO: p. m. An important ISeat' ] J. R. CII.BEKT ."

; i a house on his farm. It will be ready Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. I I program was worked out for thepro- Proclamation. j Clerk
I 1 and choir ,! mass meeting. It will be pub of the mt d In '
T Prayer meeting practice Under anil by virtue lower r< (' i
Y for occupancy by the 20th of March. before the fished in the Valley Gazette the week of KliMimmee Notice 01 1 Kin'vl :Settlement; and
.. I Thursdays second and fourth miI I I. 1 M. Murphy. Mayor ;
,Mr. Wm. Sphaler brought in from Sundays at 7:00 p. m. I before the date just named.! Oily, Florida, do liiTcliy. an 11011""proclaim\ ,( Application for Discharge. Horses! "i,

e + 111* farm some new Irish potatoes yesterday Visitors most cordially invited to all ,I JAS. T., MITCHELL,, Seretary. j I end declare that ail election will lea held at the i II 1' .Notice la hereby that lice undiTniKiiodan
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i Kervices. 1 City Hall In acid City. during the l..xal honraof
a : as large as heneggs.. i AdmitilHtratnr of .th. Estate of Jorry M. ,
The indication at the present time inthat i Notice i voting on salurdav the Jinh day of March I Potter 01.............. will on hattirlay, July 2nd \
1---- A. It. l .rth. iurK>..e of denting the follux '
qo 3 1 there will be Irish Noitut, IH hereby given that the He | 1010!> make final nfttlomoot with the CountyJlldKoof
more potatoes '' I ofJlBura t Hook ..Oriceola County will bo often In my of IIIK < .,..HilaOonilly. State" of Florida and W. J. McCRACKEN[
and watermelons from ,
shipped this One Mayor
: lieu aljvieiijnimee, FJoetda, trout March Roth, applr for Anal dl"h.rJe..ld, AdmlnlHtrator.

t place this spring than from any]! other j I A. M. Chisholm pastor.; 1111(1. to April l ir>th, I'UUboth days iuclualve, ex- ono Clerk. ,i 1)00.22, 1'".'. E. L. I>. OTBKSTHKnT .
On. Marshal and Tax Colloctor.On .
1' station on the A. C, L: Ry,. between e t'Preaching first second and third Sundays 'v|>t HiiiKiim, betwomi the hood of'(9 and Treasurer I. Administrator. Eotate" ,of&i the Old Reliable HorseMan
of each month at 11 a. m. and 7.45 t J m.alld2Ifln.audj\I'| : : m. , '(It-mo. J.rr> M. Potter; will ;{
Jacksonville and Tampa.,,, '. "r..,' Jj iv r'r.;, ; 1y''(; p.' m.1*I.'!;: ; : & &!! &AJ.i'' '<' wx9l' ! (!'{4ndtblJNak 1 | :; f'ir lh varlntiK 41.tricWwell Also. loaerrefor term of Iwo years, ,4. ". ......... .....".........--:- ,- ...., --- be In Kissimmee abont"April 1st
Kuester who has sixty acre Sehool'9t.y4a53 \ :' ...,* ..)
Jphn ll a' Tao ofCityoauclls. ,
!: ; Bible aimlfASwSWinn? be open in isnoli pr,,oiant nt least :'J I days duringcaul :,, r.lrat'; I Notice ot Application for Tax Deed
farm in Prosper Colo'nyrecintJypur3chased ; superintendent;? A.;' L7** Davidson, assistant wjwH: of tills puriod-"Thuu and blare will\ ) iff l!11.hereby spjiolotJJj.JJ-Wowlirtl.'I! :cud 11. Inirramand 8. J'U d r-Sectio'ns' 5Z4sand 575 wit another carload of good 't4
W. Stalker! lUHpoctnrii, \y.
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a + of W. L.: Van Duxor ,the standard superintendent. i he punted bv < !"h Dit r K Kiit ration Offloir.r *
I bred Allen. Christian Endeavor every Sunday. W ''XIHIKriN Harwell aa Clerk of said ElectionIu of the General l Statute of, horses for: sale. He will, have ,
colt This colt .
was I wltiuww wlii-reof. 1 have hermmtn mil lilY
vrninjr at 6.31) .."T'h 17. I I'lit Mil of iHtritUoii.
bred and reared on Mr. Van Duzor'a I p. and m. choir pervi.or li"'id .. \lM\iir of sell\ <'it 1)'. and. rauiwrl' the soul! the State of Florida. just the kind of animal you want. >
Prayer meeting practice' every -
l farm pear KisHimmee. She is sixteen I ..1..1' it j to t)(.'lu"rt njll'(> alUxofl tlliH -'itll\ dray Nolit in hereby given that C I II. Cue ail. i>urchaafrnf
over Thursday at 7.45 \p. m Notice -- - -
? ..f r.-tiriniry! S l U 1 lulu\ Taxi I'iTtiliiatef Not }#P. I lye and! "HI!,

: hands high, weighs nearly eleven N"lt< (I IM h<'r<0i\ given tlml; \.nl\ 41h. I1' 11.1.I [1,01 j, T M. Ml'HPHYAttiKt I dated the l.lII.v..r ,lun 1" ., fax t ,'rlilicaNt" WAIT I FOrTHIM

hundred pounds and shows what can be 1)1) hint day Mi whit'li' ]>nrtii'H di-Mirluu to qualify Mnyoor of Kwrtinliiu'i, City Nua. 'IK HOC! ill'. dated the .Ih tiny of .>ulv. l1!'). "x

,done In raising fine horses in this vil'in- et'18l'01'AL.Ht'v. u> volt in the f/rtnucretir- I'riniHr, ) nil Hay Mth .I It (li''I.III'It1.: Irrk: '>.''I Tax CertOrsiss N,.. 1>''. 2"9.' l.o. 271 and -2. I
whttq the blood Is tad Julie I71 h. HMO\ ran per tlu-lr Poll Tux dated Ird day of July 1 NHI 1. lulu Itlixl naid rertiHcatmin --.c -- "- ---- ---- I
Illy. right land ,
good David D. J:idd, rector.
I I'Jr,1 ) I olt"lIl1on..f all! podia 111L Notice of ElectionIn my ..m"" amt haa made application for GAME LAW' !
to taken. Services care ,
k:, <*rfMti.t ti/n rmtmt set ortI"i Li'trinlnturtM arrolsInni: with tlfi1 law III .nil, cj.ii... tax debd to issue In accordance with law .
F'' ; \(\'J.frJ'ohn.; 'F* gliuman and-'.party<>f at 11.00: a. m. I huh(i iifMhibitn nut from no "ptluic( 1'oll'litXHHfrom ( e Said certificates embrace the followlnu deacrihed : Thar la no ..m..1 I I wt1Isot J
.lIn..IIII..1 nnddavlarxil
U I IH hereby
made and
'I Communion 2nd Sunday at morning provided hum .
llft4p' jbajipeas( + men ,(irrlyed totIIV.I services. (Hhi.r than Hip party tltctniitlvfii and provMfng that an rloc-tloii will he hold In lia..lnTir. property situated in Oaceula. county loridaSwU : i any ana g "j

L'Theygkre; nR.bustners from Nor- ]M>nitlifijrttfttnu" Me'lutplcra5lr71nnd .... District No. 4, <)? of ...'..: alao. .beginning :i chi e of nw corner PLANK'S
.,,' /, men,; : Guild meeting every first Tuesday. ( hi .1 lor I-I\MN'I..I Tax CHILL TONIC
:AI.:! M..1l0111.pto; I'lo1! of ..'. of oc'.. seat 1 .2'', cha. south parallel with If .
c.JIY. Jtheji lndiana, ,seeking homed and in- coals County "KlofMa, an Sa'turdoy, the 2nd Buarantoadionuiv.e M.. .;
; C. I.. BANDY 4 J.ha. 12.IT north 4.24 cha to beginning larla. Chin .
I' dsy of April. A. D I 1'lln, Codetermine who Hhallatrreaa R. R. west cha and Paver 0suns {
r.: TMfeneht.i' Two ot,tb.p..ty have de- ;;, March nth IO10. Tax Ooll botii.600. .
t -wwf U 1 tuiWa busineas. block, in this1. I METHODIST. -I School IMxtrli No- 4 for two yeas next after aouth of nw corner ..'. of ..'. east 12.17 cha glut. AaktkadnurKISSIMMEB 41

.;l4own lIQhtock itwlth; hardware., Jaa. T, Mitchell, pastor. i Notice ot Attachment. said election: and to flx the number of inllln of then parallel with R R t cha. then west 11 cha. -- -' -

5 14 'i e r l on theiikeete are Waking i Preaching every Sunday morning and grate'. of Florida: 0.,01a. County In County Dlntrlot School taxes to be levied .for etch of then north 4.:26 cha to beginning: tlao. beginning iiiii

{ i rgVSlp9ptaoit : I evenings ""I 'udKO't Court said two T ara. | ae corner of ...", of .w!... west 20 rods north NO 0M PSON !
t I
'. I" I Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-J.-M. Lee. To C. F. guttle. Robert Alderman, W. W Chandler and U. R rode eaat 20 roda. aouth HO rod., also beginning tJ.J.

'1 -,Fgtter4of''Baltimore' JKd., A]JUperintendent. You are hereby uutlfled that s writ of fib Durranoe Innpeolors, and Ed. Alderman, 20 rods weat of ae corner of e.'< of ew'-.weat30
y.ey: - .. I roda. north MO rods seat 30 rods, south 80 rode, also
y, eQlcfptifj. .i'in6er;T i now i aaaTetlng -- tschmsM hsq been liwu..<4 ftffaliwl vou.'and youvproperty Clerk :
attached to the deraatid of the order of the Board of Public In. the wt:1-8: of'iofaw' o.The e'of.1tofsw'4of..tial.oth.wttofPa '
,Mr. Ilart in surveying Prosper aatUify Done by ..,
Colony Prayer meeting Thursday
')[ Hamllton'c'U i every W. B. MaUnaon Co. amountlof lotOT.H.Now 't met Ion, OtIC""laCoDat. Florida, this the Htb : \ ef awl* of ae'i! : FUNERAL DIRECTOR .1amid.
r., here, preparing to night! 1 I .. ( also the n'i of nwU of awl ..f set U.: also the alij .
Choir untaM you Mhall appnar b for t) F.Krlbba. day. of March, A. U. 4910 .
,Jautt.; agiurlin. putting down the arte- practice every-Saturday night. County Judge In and for *ald county, W I. SsAia :W. C BAS>, of aw'!, of awl" of aeU, all of said deeeribed landa ',

q,4, ..loa'well: The delay was caused by his this offlco at KUMmmoe ou the 4th day of' -"perlntend"nt. Chairman being. In" ......tIon "r townahip 2aoutK' range 29 LICENSED EMBALMER V. [

;engine! being disabled. The well is .now i FRATERNAL S9CIETIES.* April 1!"10, at 10 o'olnok In the for. oon. judge eaat.The
I Notice of Election said lands beingaaaeaaed the data of thaI
will rendered .snd
down ment agalnxt you, your .1
to about 125 feet ,i I'tauanee pf such certificate* in th. name of Un-
property sell to pay the <1ofctliateif In accordance with lha law In such eases
d Mr. Snodgraci With his 8on-in-Iaw thin 6th flay of Me".hJ A. D. 1910. made and provided It hereby announced and .."own. Mia Emma Shan and Wm. 8helhart| I h
and their MASONIC. W, a. MAkiNSON 10. UrdaBJLtaM eertificatea shall b. redeemed ao.irdlmrtolaw. Opposite Courthouse 4y
tat iliel arrived here from A Corporation, Plaintiff. declared that .an election will be held at Whit- I lyv:
I Orange Blossom No. 80. F. & ... tax deed will leans thereon the
Lodge on
North and for Special Tax District No. 8.Oaneola
tha last"we They have located } tier Fla. In '
A. M.,. meets first and third Monday Florid., on Saturday April 1 Mh day of April. A. D. 1!10.Witneaa /FLORIDA. lout'Wf:

40 acres and are now engaged in nights in each month at 7.30 o'clock in Notice of Final Settlement and 2nd, 1910.County to determine who shall. serve aiIruaveea my official signature.... and" seal.. this Urd "

7 Fraternity Hall. j day of March. A. D. 110. ....\
l building on their town site. Application for Discharge.TO of the aforesaid Hpeolal. Tax school
J. M. Hansell W. M. (Seal ARTHUR E DONEGAN. .
Jr, The sew mill for two next after aatdPhxitlon
J which has been closed District No. 3 yearn I I "i
I Carson secretary. Clerk Cireolt Court.'Oaeeola County. Florida. '
the number of mill of IllsLieb
and to flx
t"1" .down fgtjlieDastlep days, .hap again :Notice' In,; hereby !HITCH that the undersigned, .. : .
taxes be for each of saidtwlf
'Urted" operations. The Sphaler Bros. III tfuardtan ofjn-a M. cue, minor;will on-fon- SvtlOot 10 Invtetl In the Circuit .Court- -Seventh -

KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS. day. the lUth day of June, A. D. '11>10. at 10 yoarar Cafe LaRue )
-f are operating It, and the citizens here W. R. Godwin O R. Haaa, J. F WlllUiim,1npoctora Jurticml Circuit Osceola *
I oVlork in., final report tor OOB
Friendship Lodge, No. 10. meets a prawn my
*' How feel that they will notxvunt foirlumr I every .. and W (1 MoClollnn. Mnrk of saidelection >I'' .
Wednesday night at 7.00 clock in Fraternity flrmutiou the County Judgesemoe'lu Onoeola : County Florida In 'fo.
,' ''ber after a few days sawing. Hall County, Florida and will empty to mild, 'f

4 Garden truck farming is now in full I F. C. Bryan chancellor commander. Court for my' dtanliarge a. irnardlap of 'said Done by order of the Board of I'ulilfr Intrnctlon I Chancery. A La Carte :
Oouolit' l'ul1l1t'lurl.lA., this the 8th
st : '. and locators I U. 0). {tc"'p"rofrecordlandseal. minor Jules 1C. L.., ..- Itowell fI" .,-
/ it swiug are coming in rapIdly day of March A. l II,, ItlO- C e. MoU vs Hue DlvvneIt -

'i I I >l-nt ninthly duardlan. W.J. "HICAHH' W.r BA..H.HiiiMtrintendent appearluwby.Oldnvft| n|>i>eude ,; _. __. '('hairinan: I tiled ID thn abovf Htated eaime that Rue Rowell -- -

A t Call for Meeting of County Democratic I ill1rn'mmerTel11pll'' No. 21, meets Notice of Application for Tax Deed''' of iha state of Florida, and l la a real -

every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Sections 574 and 575 llent of Taft Bontli Carolina, and IH ever tm ( *n [
,r' Executive Committee Sale of School Lands. Under Everyfhing the Market Affords
except.thetfourth! Thursday at which ago of tnmity-outi years. It 'In therefore ordered f i 'It

*" A"'meeting of the Uemoeran Ext' 'a- im.-.w+l.i"K win Jx.-1 hgldaat--730. Tallahnaaaee. "'IoridM.reh IS. 1910. General Statutes of the that acid nmi-rnHiiU. doftiulant "b** and thename4wilnrrlry .

( for, Osc'uola < Pearlie K. Bryan. M. K C The State Board of Educationwill-veil to. the State of FloriSa.! Ttwinlrwl ......_r toiho BHlof Served Up-to-Date Style.i,
tlve Committee q
County ill Mabel It. Ovorstreet, M. of R. & C. highest and beat bidder for cas)h. the following Complaint filrd In aid cause on or .before Monday "

Mfr hereby called for Monday, March 28th described lends lylna In Oacwla .j pounty.! Florida: Notice la hereby riven that ;J, 8. Stratton pun the Uh day of April A. D. loll, otherwise ..: "'t.
AH of Section 16, I. Township 32 Routh. Itang.84East chaser of Tax Certificate No. T:!. daUd the 3rd day. .
at1'10, o'oclocki a. m., at the CourtIlodse the allegation of aid bill will be taken .. con- ,
contalnlnc' of J ulJ'. A. D. 1900 has filed said certificate In my
to arrange; for the Democratic OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W. acree fuaand by said defendant '. :i..
tax deed issue
date of the first appearance. of thla efflce. and bee mad.application to -
and to* transact such other Meeting nights second. and It I la further ordered thai Ibis order be pub-
R primaries fourth nMiccualentU twelre. o'eluek Monday; April ID accordance with law Said certificate em-
t 'wv, '*business aa may properly come before. Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. la. A. D. 1"10. ...dd bids noon will be received by bra_ the following described. property situated llahnd once a week for four consecutive. week DINNER 35 CENTS ,i.:
tbe committee. II. T. Stanford C. C. In the Kbrnlmniea Valley Gaxette, a newspaper
L" the Boardof la OaceoU oounty. Florida. Walt: k
Albert W CiloamaU "..ldea'of State published In the sid county and Mate ,
'. '
+ < T M. ) W. B. J
1 tlerk.
: :
t '1.uRI'I: Johnson Education: of die State of Florida. Southeaat quarter of aoutheaat quarter of aett Done and ordnredat Kiaalramee boa? this ."

4. f ebb' ",. halnnan. All bida Binat be add.reaaed to Albert W. GUchrlat. Ooo Z4. towaahlp M, south ranire:<1 ..t. 24th day of February ARTHUR, *. D.K.lulu DONFOAN, )>

11 : ..erri'w - ----,:- -- Preaideat of the State Board of.Education The said land being aaaeaaaJ at the date of the Clerk Circuit Court.I. ---

[ F9Jxdlange. Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A.. R.fMoeta of the stab of Florida. Issuance of such eertincate In the name. of Un C. MOOH Sollrltor" for .
Complainant ,
!t: 'Timber land' i and improved farm in every Wednesday a't The State Buardof Education reaaiyaa the Tight known. Mate of Florida, Onoeofa County. Will Serve Ice. Cream 'f
..... aaid eertUteata shad be redeemed aocoVd- r
and all bids '
.... - n tComrades to reject any I hereby enrtify that the above and foregoinq: ,
; -
1 $outhem-JdlddtrTenneu.-for-Cen.tral ra\Brit.Hial-\ Vlaitlmr By order of tbe State BoardW Miwatloav that bag to law tax dead will area thereon on the 11th U a true copy of the original order of rmblli' ,- Saturday

e..., oc.Southern'Florida" ,: Improved.-.. '-"" ;. 0.cordially D&IlBTlRtRE invite.. "G. +" llth day vt ....... A. IX.1910.ALBBBT __ day of April. A. D. Uia non made In Florid'in"said cause\on; fUn 24th.ID my 1910...mee.KiaaimmnB and Sunday. ,

':, U. FRAZIEJt. .. ; E."TA BOX, W.GILCIiDIft'. Prealdeat, (Seal) ARTHUR E.: pONEGAN. ARTHUR! B. DONfeGAN, ..
; : 'g.1"I''f: I' '-l1tpd ij". .. Etbrkp, l>nn.rkb \ ''.1 11\1\Ad/utsnt, Commander B. B. Moist hale f roaa..: mar IMt Clerk of 0Ir0t & Court Oaoaola County Florida 1 [seal] 0-4t Clerk Circuit Court

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