Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 1, 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: VID00431
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
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the wonderful; iyst m\of irrigation l Mr, f i local physicians, who re. heartily. /
f i, EVIDENCE< INCREASES S 1 1I C. turned to the Italianand aaked him J Election' of, ,City ,.Officers earnestly 'in accord With the B ardr the SPlRFf flt,, MiSM

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Cd. Van Horn, of Kansas City,'Adds ." Mr. C..then said, "If i It'' were ,Was Held on So.turdoy'and ,Resulted in the Reelection disgrace and' almost a crime. on".the Was General Bathe Meeting ..J the ,
Monday what would you'take? 'The part of any parent..
,I :: His Testimony as to the!' Great Italian replied'that he thought the place : of Nearly All-,the Old Officers. We}hope all will fully.understand that Board of Trade Held onMondayNighL'

Resources: of sSlmmee wa worth' 'four thousand dollars ''"So this is not a move on the part of the /

} l:: ...-.r \do I think- it' is" worth four' thousand medical profession4 for .financial gain .,' I

. Cot:and Mrs. R. T. Van'' Horn returned -; dollars." said Mrs C.,,'"and.if you will would stranger hover have In, the thought city lust that Saturday an'election Clerk_ Mayor Gilbert Murphy'Marehat and"Treasurer MCPbatter.\\ but_rather_a_manifestation,of their unselfish The regutar.month-end meeting I.
:. < i north last week, after aVery j I throw in') the,crop I will take it.'i! The, for city. officer was being held, BO are too well l known to the people of 'm desire to stamp out a disease Board of Trade was held on Monday
,; % pleasant visit with Mrs. Van Horn'sniece talian replied "No, I will not do that' 'I it carried marked Kissimmee to need which re than 'other causes has night, and while there was not as large '
quietly was jon-a an introduction as
.' !. Then Mr.: C. said "All If ; been instrumental' delaying the
i Gardner tight; you progress
and families Mrs. O. M. an attendance
difference from the days when'' saloons ale'also Me8 Moore and Mttkinson as was desired orthatiwaa ,
1'8. '
H. keep it till fall I will take it when .11: of our beloved Southland ..
E. Ju.Ufied'by
i! of and Mrs. the that
Campbell good has
I I '' were permitted to do business in our the newly-elected councilmen althoughit resulted
h' back for-1 coming back The teachersinour schools are',, thoroughly
James of Kissimmee. While here Mr. come am any- from the work
of the Board
; to
'An Mr.
I town. exceedingly. light vote was is Moore's first entry into the to will
: 'B James requested Col. Van Horn to write i way. | awake ,the situation and all our people, still those who
polled owing to the fact that but two local arena, but that he, will measure were
Now here Is who has made do all in their to aid in this work '
know- a man ; fwwer
article for the presort !
Gazette transacted--the
an. Valley business in
I offices' wero contested, that ol marshal up to the full standard is not for one a
:; ing him to be a man of wide experience four thousand dollars in Teas than a .and councilman.The moment doubted,. as he ia in the fron They will inform the parenti of such I Ir manner that proved they were; ever'' 1
: and judgment as' for mdby years he :yea with just his hands.' He paid!.one ( gentlemen who served the city rank of Klssimmee's! 'business men. r''children as present evidence of infection alert to our town and'' county. beat In- ,,
j of the hundred and fifty dollars forflvfe acres and for the good of the children'I terests.
had served in the Congress I Since.the organization of the,
in the several Mr. Makinson has served the ;
polI.tionJevide council
the.past year on '
\,, in the wood He has cleared it and-; parents are urged to consult their fam- r
a 1 ( United Statell and had traveled in every | tly satisfaction in and most efficient Board there have been at least one hundred
as th'ywere'
past proved a -
gave years I
: got it in its preient''condition with physician in regard,to fuller'investlgation -
, .state and the Indl Territory The- ; all re-elected that offered/' their I official. new houses built In Kissimmee, the,
ideasregarding < very little assistance and has Bold celery -i and, if need be, treatment. business 'y
l lean of. his of merchants
following epitome our has almost
names with one exception, that of Mr. Much will depend on the business_ ;
lettuce cabbage etc., for more Treatment lIure.harmlell'ndquite"1nl.'xpenllfveahdina'2Vase .
is simple,
-- -:' ___, (this! immediate section; __l'thanlu to .. -fur Iris wfll l..hiH.|I,T.,W _Elliawhowaa.,4efeathd t: ._-forJhe -foresight andLjudg"mentof ..our..councilmen doubled and land values In many Instances -"
pay i
,j. position of city councilman. during the next twelve' months, aa have increased one hundred percent
and his fencing. if the unable to afford the
plowing parents are it'i
'.1, E, H..JamesJQBq.: look Mayor Murphy Clerk Gilbert arid during that time the foundation will be. and while not claimed that the'
; ThU morning I took Mr. C. to at expense of the treatment the whole been
Jt t Dear You ask to im- laid that lead- Board has the whole cause of
Sir- me B 8 my Treasurer Roberson had no opponents will make Kissimmee! the
Mr. Rolando's garden;and ho-liked it cost will be borne by the State Board '!'
presaioiis touchiiijr your new hone town, but Policeman Smith sought the posi- ing inland city in Florida, but the five these changed conditions i for the better:
well that he askedMrRotundo the
so .of Health Legislature having placedat
Kisaimmee, and its surroundings but a tion of marshal, and Messrs. J. Q. members are men who not only haveat still everyone is forced to'admit that it! ;1
what he would take for it. Mr. their disposal a sum of money for the has
; week's sojourn can only allow a general : Moore and W. B. Makinson desired the heart the best interests'of our town been one of the prime factorsto'such
observation.I replied""Three, said thousand dollars. seats in the'council occupied by Messrs. but are thoroughly capable of handlingits purpose.. an extent that, our business men:
"All right. Mr. C., "if you willkeep [The above article was writtenby
I fourth visit to lorida IT W. Ellis and H. M Pfann the latter affairs.At and citizens generally should lend it every
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.J i it till fall I will take it. Turningto Dr. W. L. Winn, by re best-ED.] '*
and have the state this far for the of-the council by promptly paying their'
only seen take both gentleman not standing re-election meeting Monday
"I will
me, Mr. C., said, ,
south. But even so brief an examination and they were successful. night, which met for the purpose of i dues and attending all of its meetings. .
places-'wie for lion and one for myself THE: TRUMPET'S CALL '
discloses the fact that at' least. Os- my t' The official returns made to the council canvassing the election returns! the If such course .was pursued our'townwould ,
ceola county is by a very pronounced \ friends by the judges of election. being as salary of the mayor was increased from show a marked' Improvement'both .:
1 So we are likely to have our
percentage as an agricultural region for neighbors,'and good neighbors they follows: $15 to $30 per month-a commendable Summons Mr. Alfred C., Mayfield to in business and growth of popular.', ";\ ,"
superior to any I have seen. Its chief For mayor-T. M. Murphy 147 votes.. action on their part and one that should Lion although it a today the most thriving -
will be and good citizens for Kissimmee, 1 His Home>> Beyond the Skies ':'
itfc uniform soil and its exceptional Inland city in Florida.
advantage is For marshal J. McPhatter, 110 have been taken long ago aa' to prop- L
aa they have ample means to improve
climate." It is peculiarly 1 and make nice homes. They were also 1 votes; C. F. Smith 77 votes. erly till the position requires considerable On Tuesday, March 28th just as the The following is a">brief,- summarj o(; ,i -
adapted to the small landholder-the highly pleased with our nice grasI For Clerk.-J. R. Gilbert, 159 yotes.I of a man's time and Mayor Murphy day was born, the angel of death appeared the business transacted; the.IDMUDln' ;'

__ __ man mainly dependent on I very-street ..- D. E. I-.. For! Treasurer",, J. Z, Roberson, .168 has never been'I la. x rin a attending, ,in.Kissimmee and; departed with_ 'The Board wu called to' Sf _.<
.-.- and management. His returns are ay . u - 1 voles. the duties of his office. Kissimmee ia a the soul of Alfred 'Mayfield for the o'clock by President; Lesley who requested :

practically clear gain. For example: A DAY'S OUTING For councilmen ((2 to be elected- city, not p. village, and is entitled to home of the heavenly, Father beyondthe Secretary Meek to'read the

u Since I have been here a man has' received I T. W. Ellis 73 votes; J, C. Moore. 128 and will be governed by men. of the skies, and when the .ad news minute of the preceding meeting, which '
cash for his cabbage crop I W. B. Makinson business ever there oo one, without correction. A
$100 j votes; 128 votes. highest standing.,.. spread our city was were approved ,, +
on one-quarter of an acre. In his near ]' On the Silvery Waters of Beautiful but who ,heaved) a ,sigh of jregret, although " The secretary presented: eommnnt-
vicinity land.ia offered for$25 an acre. deceased came to our w.m,. lessbut cation received by Mr. G. B.;Tarbox. y
No comment of mine could add to that Lake Tohopekafisa>; I than a year ago from Wisconsin, In I from the'Ehrman Manufacturing Cd..,
fact. All Kinds ,,vegetables growl 1 One of the most enjoyable occasions The New .Citizens :Bank that short time'had made* a' friend of, of Hew"York City stating that his or-

and are of exceptional excellence and of the season was had by a number of everyone he met. der for two'hundrsd' ,} and flftjKin>3

abundance. Being the earliest supplies our citizens and visitors on the lake last Alfred C. Mayfield wa 69 years of nee Booster bnttcW had beeff received,,

to reach the northern market, much in I Saturday, the guests of Capt. and Mrs.C I Doors For. Business at Nine O'clock age at the time of hi* death, having and that the Mine 'oulde be forwarded
advance ol the produce of the Norfolk E. Franklin. The party assembled IWI11.Openlts been born in Wisconslm In.<,il841< tie IB a.few day.' These buttol\i 'wbl be

A grower, the risk of a certain market I at the city dock at 9:30 a. m. and ,I' Tomorrow.: Morning.At served four years during the CivU,War old to citizens of, this town, and county.
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and the highest prices is at minimum. boarded the elegant launch. "Linda," I I. with th* 4th and 44th,Wisconsin'Infantry at the rate of one dollar each, thelaaneyi ,,
', Aid/thigapplies to the entire line of for Finney's Point, which waa reached 9,o'clock tolDGI'I'OWt morning the boxes will be Jcept' within th.:;vault: ,- and after the war 'attended college ] to be placed fai'thi tasaiurr I M1 ,

prcl fete-thinge grow at any planting shortly before noon where dinner, con- new-Citisess Bank will throw itt door The bank fixtures are Italian marble for one year, studying for the ministry used; at thft'ofrthe: t advert!*.|

J and two and three crops a year expectedand 'si.tinaof most everything known to theculinary open and take Ha place among the substantial and mahogany, Vitfc bnxue grill work, in the Methodist faith and followed inj; committee: "'tI.....:, 4y
w nd. This statement' 'e9YenI art to tempt the appetite, was business enterprise of .Kisammrfe' and are' in"pe 1eet' keeping with the that profession'until 1894 filling pul- y..10. eoeimonkat+on uvhLIv ia" n,.../ '
the Vntlre product. Add-' to' the vegetables -' spread under massive oak: trees "In. the The 6>ganisation of this'bank handsome buikUng.t The eaahier'al'OCllll pita' In' the state."of'N.brask&. and Kt: A.'E. Drought,'relative Ito"certain'!;

oranges, lemons, grapefruit hammock grove. Dinner over the ladles >egan last summer)_ and bu for ,tbauntlrhig ia located in?.the fron peaches and .berries, good health, and "6f"the party were,treated to a energy displayed {$ Mr.. "W' ing room, while those of the directors minister on account of III health. He Klarinunetf were working against the* '

; climatic comfort and you have.a* near ride through the splendid orange grovesT H. Norton, it* .original.;promoter,. and I and president are ia the rear', all .fitted wag married m 1894 to Ella' lr 'Buys; beet interests of, St." Ckmld. 'Ererylmember : "
-/ a perfect country'to -livein, M can be f taP: frankli"L' 'Mr. John Lee, Mr. who will fill the position 'ef cashier it I with the latest and' molt elegant, furni! at Carringtonj N. ,JOi;,'who survives himas of the Board:kiaeir that',there) '
found in thai domiidoq of' Uncl."Sam. f MJFltat* and. &?. W A. McCool., would not hare been carried to a cue-I i tune.'he does a daughter ten ;years of age. was absolutely: ''nd''' foundation' for the >
'. ; ;: Then again theilev\ #f country+ and the the ride being quite novel to many of cessfol conclusion.< ....* -", ;- ; stability of the .ltlaen't..B.nk' is, VThe'funeraVwa) heldo r\ "'1oay rumor*, stJH, it wa thought best to appoint v
', nature of the' soil I farorgood.nd cheap them .
road, a marked feature of your favor horseless carriage, the motive power the South better fitted for' the transact of those who 'compose the stockholders of the local post of the Grand Army of tel city and ...u..lta people that each"*

:.;; I' k ,ed region. To the resident of other. being two large mules, that genial cen- lon of business and the safety of moneyandvaluabes'p especially iW officers,' who'are 'the Republic ,of which deceased was a : indy. every Kisaimmeeite had v nothfai*#i

,, .........W7ureabsavyegradss,*,excavation tleman T'W; Swindler. aa, i ;,I( is: 'equipped with Arthur E. Donegan president, Clerk of member, and the sermon was, preached : (but the best of, feeling for their town. v+

rock blasting and surfacing.? chauffeur.. J...4AParticularly a ,double ,automatic vault protection, Circuit Court and large holder of real I in the Christian church by Rev. Bunyan and were doing and would continue to' ?,,
necessary, your road, never 'muddy, attractive was the young the vault being lined with three plate estate as well as one' of our' leading Stephens, pastor of.the Baptist church. do alHni their'power-to' advance its

are a surprise.Added ', ten acre grapefruit, and tangerine of steel and all of it-ceiling, wall capitalists; H. M. Pfann. vise-presi I The deceased opened a saddle and Ure t .Vnd >.e...... a'.{,>!.- BJyer.,.fi'
to all this good, clear, wholesome i grove of Mr. Turlington located on and floor-so charged with electricitythat dent, a man of great wealth and owner harness shop on coming here .and had Vfi JWI*,aid, H. (X;;;Stanford weW .
water: can be had at your door hammock land a* were the,.former the instant any part of it is touch of the Unrest tract of cypress timberin built. up a good business at the time of gated to perform that duty. " '
I, at depths varying up to 160 feet more 1 mentioned groves.' Hammock land i I. ed the alarms both/infside and outsideof the State;C. W. Dann, vice-president I his death and It will be' continued by Mr. J. R., Roberts stated that he was'
p.. 1 ; But I am simply rehearsing :for the building are'sounded and will one of Kissimmee's loading merchants
or lessj conceded to be the beet adapted ; his wjdow, who will also complete the antleipaUnetablf.1fnc.tamo.add:: i '
J\ n what you know. successful citrus fruit growing. The continue,ringing until the machinery W. H. Norton cashier, who ,is recognised residence which was. begun some few factory' In'thls city "An enterprUe ofPt.

- if, rl'" A* (to your city, Kissimnoee, lam orange and grapefruit tree being in which set,them in, motion js switched as one ofthe.foremost, financiers week ago. 'J ,fi jfrff *} rf JI't[ \ I. chara.ter-;- wooldl be .jJ. ),) Investment. .
., ;.', J much pleased with its large lots wide full bloom, the atmosphere was, laden Off.
'r I *tr ,etel good buildings and its air of with the, perfume of the,blossoms.. The The money aat..M.thj. vault, has a A public demonstration, of the auto-. OF GREAT ,IMPORTANCf raw'materlatlstilabis'jmmedlata! ; Vicinity '
'' i'\:? business activity s That'only last Wed-: ) indication In these'groves'for .a .large triple time lock\and; is one of the make matioalarm system will1 been, tomorrow abundance/!';;:.'u" ,'
.,4' f"'i' nesdayHt: voted three to one for bond .season is flattering. a that is considered absolutely proofagain.tlyeggmen which the public: generally ,
; crop next quite : ., t:9.: : \ t1 s>i :\ t The spirit of* '
,: :' 1 for waterworks and a sewer system, From the lake a fine view of, the :'. The' safety, deposit l i b invited... *> . ' ' Is the Visit tojSirdldion; I.f 'Chap s: Meeting' frobi'thd minute i iC.opened until )

,L >fev> place It at a bound in the list of the thousands of acres of ..fine'land of Mr. f: .f., .> .. .,., .. y. ; # .1 i talists',on Tour of 'Inspection' fAn adjournment, formal! recognise that
: ,f . live' titer Of the country and' assures: "* JjT to.A, McQoo ,b9i\ ering, .01\..,,P1,( Jake -V -itf l *(< -V *t J ? event of considerable ;Importanceto the prophecy that Kiuimmee ia destiny

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i', "Of iwed a3rmnTthlrnrto. '" ,. .. .. ---- The ;. Disease this district( and to the:'State (in general '
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oqrwr On1' the return trip; >shortly beforereaching ) occurred when the following named Ida will be fulfilled." ? ? 4 ,
,x vou boutpur water SonpFctibpyitl? } Paradise? Island; we vencounJ '. gentleman arrived from Sandford in I; The' next'meeting wilt-be'' ;;hI4 on
-:,' i :,gulfk through Lake.. Tohopekaliga. A* tend immense numbers of 'wild ducks, Monday night-Apri111th., '
.your;town grow, and your farm Increase which caused regret that we were .lot Nearly i Sixty''Per Cent of Our. School Children AreSupposed five'automobi.accompanied" .by. Mr.. .' r
.) E. Nelion Fell .
; .
$ %;'"' pits \greats" boon l.l IoCtqvtidei nattir.rill.; supplied wl i4ygun.{ Wih I whteh |to tat I <, /\ ,to .Be Infected. '. Messrs. S, G. White, H. A. Kahler. The Boy Behind l the Gun.;; ;:
with' it. 11,
Inratto .
grow '
our skill dod'marksmanship.The x th.Melboum4i' Times. What
' Geo. T. Ordway P. 0. Merrifield, Wm. Say : a
l\he' tontrol-
the ultimate
It :
t; entire day Was spent without the Stanley R. W.. Spier;,! New 'YorkhT.Luce cruel practice it I I. for, ue ;
{ ling' agency In your permanent, prosper- slightest mfstiapv,; and' all present had Dr, (;;,T. ,Y '..1; ity, adding increased value to your soil to''1 a, delightful. time, even to "Dick" the Health Officer,<'is IQ Kisaimmee In fact no child who I I. so infected hasa : Pingree, Boston; C. H...Pease, Portland song birds and other'innocent :;birds of "
"!; .assets. This I.1 no doubt all familiar faithful bird dog, of Captain Franklin, this week, havingbeen sent here byte fair chance in'the battle of liCe.. The Me.; W. Ribbard. H. Taft, Chi. our section. ''A mocking bird was pick.'

,', you and your people! and isfoaly'iti reply * who spent the time while- on shore en- State Board 'of Health. In the Interestof .bookworms being present in the alimentary cago'and G.},Koehler and A, J, Fischer, ed up Sunday afternoon having''and
to your request so ..courteously,-ex. deavoring to catch ducks, and smaller our children. Dr. Young" here'to I I canal they suck the blood from Cincinnati. Jl( one eye shot, completely out' -a bio + ,

ii: tended.1 I birds for our amusement. give the benefit of his'special trainingto the lining of the-intestines, they retard These gentlemen came to In.pect'the bole in the side'of its,,'head. Parent) a
i a I' ,.. Yours very truly, From what we saw'on this trip, if all aid our local physician stamping digestion and' assimilation, and thus in tract of land often known as the Sebastian who allow their boy to nave. rifle and + -

,":: "M'areb, 12-, 10., "R."T.. VAN. ----HORN.. 'I those who are in doubt as 'to whether out, in so far as maybe possible' the two ways rob' the individual of hisstregth Tract containing 115.000 acres shotgun should'11&0841 ,, a moment and '

"'. ""::) L: : ENORMOUS 1 or not life is worth living will come to hookworm disease. and vitality. Those in Immature of land situated at the head of the St. the law allowing boy under 'age a Ii.
R ,: :S '.A: PROFIT -1;' Florida and niake this-trip under similar = Incompany' with th? -physicians years so-.affected areranted in j6hnlyrer nhiKl.- tense! 'fti-carry'-<
;conditions- are sure they will Klssimmee, Dr. Young visited the public growth both mentally and physically, The land comprise muck prairie and 'modern eivilixation. Humanity'that'

'1 : $4,000 Offered' for a Five-Acre Garden be convinced that life is only too short school Tuesday morning for the purpose and have no possible! chance- to attainto pine land., which can be thoroughly care for Jtataral! life seems to be on the' ::1
' Cost Year I for them. of finding out 'the number of cases the high place In aociety to which na- drained in a short time.'> wane;/' Such utterly'' useless 1 cruelty

: 4c That $150 a Ago. After our arrival home," the entiI' ,presenting evidence! of the malady. In ture and their good ancestry may have A private railroad, 9 miles i in length on the part of a:child Is evidence that.'. ,
'% Klaaimmee, Fla.., Marcia, 1910.. party gave Capt. and Mrs. Franklin a, this casual investigation It Wa ..devel- originally fitted them. .In' addition to connect the tract with the Florida his parent are not fit to have,control *' j
r l rEditor Valley Gazette. i vote of thanks for the pleasure afford-' oped that among a total of 849 pupils this, their physical powers being,reduced East Coast Railroad at Sebastian. station. of children that'the mother ja} herself

:!! t r Yesterday we were happily surprised efl by them in arranging 'such a pleas. present 204 presented evidence of being they are still more subject to the, ignorant or careless of those things
: ,, to receive' as visitors friends frpmcube ant day' outing. Infected. This is a little less than 60 development of other diseases, and The party arrived front Sandford on which go to the formation of character -'

i t.' on their waj[ 'to their home in Michigan. i Those composing the party were: per cent, and is about the average that when so afflicted are leu liable to re- the 21st lieu l and with Mr. E. N. Fell, A child has no business*with a, gun of ,
> ,J'' They simply called to see us, In I Capt. and Mr*. Franklin H. M. Break. prevails throughout the state, and, in covery. Thus while the percentage of visited the tract: }In automobiles. any description.-Times-Union.
,". 14.. ;; tending take the 10 o'clock train. Ii er and wife, Mrs. Ci; Bearded, Mrs. fact;; almost all of the- South. While death traceable directly to the hook They then left:on the 23d for Miamito
J f told them they must not leave without I IJ A; M. Story Mia Mabel Parker, Miss this number are. noted as apparent worm may be small, yet asa predisposing Inspect the reclaimed land of the From the far, West

t, ; e", 'seeing more of Kissimmee for we re- : Elizabeth PaVker, Miss Ir Franklin;; cases simply the-appearance I I. not to ( factor we can safely charge to this Everglades, and to study the conditions Mr. aod lira. Wt-H..Mock...Mr. and'II.

, ,""I ,t(;..; Vgarded this a* the best\ place in the.' Messrs. G. H!! Prather, C. M. Breakerand be considered 1'8'as'conclusive and before account a considerable portion of our necessary to be fulfilled, for the purposes : ..*. Harry M. Mock and Mr. and Mr4
A !' ',Southland for'a home. T. W. Swindler, of Kisaimmee, a positive diagnosis is made in any case mortality among'children and young of reclamation. J. B.' Carpenter, all of Bellingham; '

:>> ", ., We started out to show them around Ha.; Mn: Dora Murphy, Omaha, III; a microscopical examination' ia to be pesple. These gentlemen repre important Wash., arrived in the'.city ',Wednesday

''!If. ;, !.and were advised to see Mr. Aultman's Mrs...,Juno, E. Harris, Ninety Six, S. C..' made. The ;result of thi* examination Not desiring; to unduly prolong this interests from all the principal eitiea of afternoon with intention'of; making;. s
JJ.W' ten-acre1 potato field. Just before getTing Mia.Mayme Prather Clinton, S. C.| I. positive and conducive as the presence article although the subject is one of the United States, and it Is understood their home In this County; They have +
It to that, we came to an Italian' Miss Lula Warden, Pulaaki Tenni; of the eggs of the hookworm In vast importance we now desire to urge that the results of their inspection will been reading' the,!'Valley; 'Gazette forysome
\, truck garden. We went into this garden Mrs. W. A. McCool, Mrs' Hugh McGuire the discharge, from the' body ia proof. Its Importance upon all parents. and to b> of the greatest" Importance In the months, and/'from, it* column'
'11 ,, and our. friend were very much Beaver Fails; Penn.; Mia S. E. positive of the presence of worm in the bring to their attention the following: development of the State. -( formed a' Tbnpreasion 'bf 'our 'p
:i surprised, for they did,not expect to see Brown Chattanooga, Tenn.f Mrs M. intestinal tract. Hookworm disease in itself is no1 dis- section, }Their household Jgood* bar v;r .

,4 anything Ilka It aroundXisslmmeet .- .. L.Break,_Charleston._&.C.; Mrs.W, There..I a tendency, the part of-i graeeL_nor arena':' reflection_ : upon the Individual .Mr:; L. H. Cahoon has begunj: the been shipped, and pending their' arrival '
i : looking around at the Irish Po- W. Thomas, GtotenviUe, N. Y. few people. to.regard this trouble* a but in view* of the good office erection of a handsome ,ten room .concrete . then:will. for \the. present revs a fumUhv
t i' tatoes,. celery; rstr "wberrier etc:, and - H. )(. B.; J joke, but to thinking- and seriously- of the, State Board 'of Health and 'the dwelling; .in North Kissimmee.:" d'houses 'v
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Bank oft felssiittmeewtti

..... FLSTAT'Ee .1 : and, BUILDERDoes r lip No QUAD .. .
- eru FID NSims- .
INSURANCE. C:.t.yTl fcK:'jsjaj 'r *>i- '""- -- 2 at', '.9 -'O'clock' k
General Contracting and BlJildi" ''and Furnishes Esti- Salurday-Morning, April ,

( Titles a mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether dad' "
Examination It was KeologUt 'prospector r----
it be a Two-Room. Cottage or a-Tourist Hotel.
,.' IA 41aeo..erecl1that* the Widow' Car: :. of Minneapolis Minn;\ :,'
.. --- The American Bank Protection qo
: ,, ..''Specialty.Correspondence ... Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN I WELLS _'* term, forty 'miles 'from the re*. ,has. just equipped.this vault with their Double Automatic Elec-.

I I r fn which he has met'with the greatest success. gnfated oD deeds, wa ttav'' center of trio Alarm System: of Vault Protection.Mr.. Noel, the Com-

; ; 0 Solicited. . .of any man io-FJorida.. I'Sunshine another .baslaand'Crude Oil'so reported to the pany's electrical expert will glve&a public demonstration of this .,
Producing com system on Saturday' from 9 to 2 P. M. *
: ; J : FOR SALE[ Give will'be him well your and qdickly work and done it,; Kissimmee, Fla: ,-I pang had capital cobbled 1000000.up all the That bent wellsIn company You an lulled to inspect our'iew. Banking Home and Vault ;
FLORIDA 'a large district and was rapidly < A
controlling production. (
:. -( Beautiful winter"'iome site situated' Moses Perkins was a young man of Citizens! Bank of Kissimmee S ,

' in the Lake Region oj Florida. - -- ',_. -------.-- i'twenty-slr. 'He was a farmer's son
Trucking and Farming Lanila in larger I and a farmer himself, and be was not .
I; small tracts. yet married. Do bad left his farm for ARTHUR E. DONEGAN PRESIDENT' k i

4--Trains to the Wet-4 I 8..few months to help drill oil well H. M. PFANN C. W, DANN. .VICE PRES. I ci ciW
CITY PROPERTY. A SPECIALTY. for tbe Sunshine company. !Moses H. NORTON. CASHIER. 4

: List your property with rfy-( for quick I I waa hard working and- honest Ue ___._.___ ._' .___ I
would\ 'put In a long day's work but
JI he wasn't smart. From the day bei
. ---k
sales.H. BREAKER VIA. i begun: work at $2.SO a day until tbe --- - -- -
M. I .t
i day be was discharged a period of

":, ; ,II'\ J' Box.---17H- ." KISSlMMKK I:, FLA. Atlantic Coast Line I I i I twenty applied. ,Idiot to days him, blunderbuss the such. foreman terms, born as over"[eepybead. fool him. TJE E o., PIO H NEE R PLUPIBIHB N .S SflOPS :

| and BO- forth.
\ :; f'f Osceola County : i One day Perkins was sent for, a con NITUATEU ATK.ISSIMMKK ,
of nltroglycerlii On his return be was
: I'' I In AND ST (C'LOl 1) .
j Been coining along tossing It tbe
"DIYIE--Fl YER" "SEMINOLE LIMITED'. 'air and catching It when It came down. __ __, r ,

Company "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED'' .. MONTCOMERYfROUTE1''I!| Thin charged.. was too much. Perkins was dla-- SOLICIT* THE PATRONAGE* OF THE PUBLIC y t,

I It was a geologist. who differed from "The More Trade fir dccomniodaliuns U'c Con SIIpply"'I,
I j.U the other geologists that found a I .
--" --- I I new "dip" on the Widow Carson's
.. Through Pullman Cars to Chlca 'J. St. Louis. Cincmnatti farm. Her farm the center of H. EOMONO SWABEY. PROPRIETOR -
Real estateTitles |I wajp ._"_._._ ____ .__
examined: and reported on Indianapolis Louisville Nashville) Atlanta. Birmingham. tbe basin. It waa a stony, sterile old .n
Taxes paid for nom-resldentss farm of 100 acre., and the Widow herself
Instruments relating to real estate -: -- -- DINING CAR SERVICE : was almost aa dilapidated as the
carefully drawnCorrespondence' farm. Sbe.... forty' years old and Thousands of 'Acres

) i Solicited.Bargains. gaunt and homely, and aha had three .
gaunt and homely children. Tbe geol ......
ogist staked rill! reputation that there
For further information ca.1on\ Atlantic Coast Line (Ticket Agent or was oil beneath her land and the Sunshine .

J. O. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent. company took him In on a pro;? OF 1
: ; rlso. The lint thing was to get the M
Tampa Fl'a. . *' legal prirtlege of sinking a welt. and t
this was to carry with It a .leas* In WLD[ ANDIUNCULTIVATED LANDS '
c... oil was dlacorered. There must
In all kinds of Real Estate. ...+a+ai.+gi'ai' ......+ei..+ai'e.+kChronicRHiseases......................... be more or lea*beating about the bosh ,

Fire and Life Insurance and j. toT>rrent the'widow from taking the
I, Armour' -Fertilizers. RentIng 'alarm. 'The preliminaries 'were !D. Orange Groves, Farms and Truck
: Cured J JHI
and Collecting Rents a I J trusted to a lawyer disguised *a a pM-
'Specialty. Taxes paid for i dler.Wt1.a Gardens that will be disposed. /of. on the "
Mote) { got It into
Nonresidents.RO.MEEK. a .A14A tJ. Arv11 N ,i t&a bead tblf.P.-k5baC .w Qar.e MOST REASONABLE TERMSALSO
"HVleU..caIiON' d'iom.whlt\ "'Va. of

: 1 : Interact to the .uMhla* eeaapaay .he '
I Successful treatment of-Cancer. Rupture Piles Kidneylaru
tb&t It oa..., e
1 11 f11a8 'ftiedi'Pta. I. Bladder troubles Stricture. Neurasthenia, Liquor and :Druat..t lw.e.nTlaftJlHJ 4'I,' N
: 11 A'W II' ; Habit and all Chronic Diseases. 10 l rw4t M4.afr a week: h. lighted TRACTS IN PROSPER COLONY r

'I .,.. S. a mea-if..h. cold tell aim. Then
; ,.1t6 : : .ti oittted Sanitarium in'the'South. ,,
Maf( ( 'i1Ut. > k*-fret-i"shlrt collar and a pair of ,
I M a. .. / the Place that is Becoming ,
alaU'f. W t or-particttlirrs. 'w'e'b' LIMr'isl dtt .itscru irld"east"oua'ffis .
'" ; : .. ,'ft'! [ \ thh f1M17..1L' \tea-the'11Y.nthg.f ..- Famous for Crowing
;"4vI: T'IltERAeaI t '1.oealaad 1 .'Dt.t: '" ... '' I
Lon. nc. OD.90. ..UP' j.u. .day!iko arrttad mt tile I
i "'"18ti P1iI1Y* Xirsaue,'tor Oak "'.... II, Fl ,. .. Q*.itwand,her and (her-|).1 1i. Gejery ind all other varieties of
NNr.T. Vegetables
state.. ... ..gas ..-...... 'I,
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I 14_u.'- ..I> ' I. '014'Ri..ty \ q 1# '' 1fry. ) I"i' I I.-M' 'Ifi ..uw to ;: J 1

I p4 bought' and sold n,i.| .. I... he' raaIYrtrltlll'ibackIiigbt. .A
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i rt "IIN gfied'tlj' %l4r. *Ject'and VMtoattlro -
V ; .. "(roHouMtjrentad. ... > *'...lud'VAt t pottdl** arWrsA '' "
{ ,;ralisipaidand'Titles4ert\ <, AND COMPLETE .
'< I tko ellm.'.......1 -Ha' WM *he 'I '
I We4 fofooa-residents. a., uyiFjrw '
disguised lawyer of the BnaabJao company
r Ufa.and,'Accident Itv 0JMITVIIIO9. +Offlce1t'unriture1ratidl'l Fixtut : ,I.IIe........ on.......rarkt sj-<:vrdoj '. 'v KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA '. ; r,

'. I ,. 4rhead. ,and.,..went!" ahead ,and . .. ,
; .i ')>Indemnity,Bond. ." ,:. ','STATYbN'EbY;: 'QUA' 'NK:' BOOKS. ; ''talked. widow', didn't,eaten( on. :

.''j'sj' :->>'_ ._:V+_. 'TYPEWRITER, SUPPLIES. El C. ..... 'but; 'Moaea' 410. !i. company'sated' bar ._.. ""U"_____ ""L. .. -... ""... ':''i It.i rl
) "'..i. *" farm for Ta'quarry; and .b.r.J Jdr'enough S
4 .S., r. tosign. '.., 'sort of papeV'thenert'day. i WHAT IT: MEANS : '

VERTICAL FILING DEVICES Kur people do net know what'a Bank'i CapJlal'I 'in for.or the die.r.eo( .between "
K.... had been asked to stay even Is a b&ok ot lifts or no oaplul and one with a large o.pit..l. y
W. If, HN DUZOR -MOST MODERN- 'night 'Tn peddler mutt go farther.' r A BANE'S CAPITAL AND 8URPUTH
Thla left the, coast clear for a fewlonra U thai prot.eta UM dapocliora from lose,h.relor. .th. la,(., It i 1. the y
I hare Inaugurated Y Mall Order Department perfect in detail-you can Uoaoa had nerer,made.lora to mater- prot. otioa the deponltora bcva. TAI bank ban. .
.:.... .. .. . ... ..... ,
hop with me by mall with the ine aauranoe of fair treatment aa you a woman but .bo began while yet the Otplulof J.nd of..... .. .. .. ..>.eon ooo 00 onBvrplu
.' -: would secure by personal purchase. p.ddler's'coattails were flattering Stockholder llabllily .. .. .so.000\ on

; through ttiti rate. He told of hI 'oW'D A total Of...... .... ...... ........ ....ii ,;00
Real, Estate E BB'C'K'NW'I"T' H A1O FRANKLIN STREET farm,'bJiI'ptoepMta;'his'''good'health- Tbl.mews that w*......lone llts.000.00 before our depositors oonld lo.. a .
d it TAMPA. FLA. bow ho looked" In vain for .year for sent. I. for YOU. 4

j 1, :' '. '. found the woman bar'at of last his 'lle4a't'ba.dreaaaa. bat': had... STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE ... ;. ..

done balf aa much talktnty.,TaefWldowt --or- \I'
.aaa.Aaha.-. -.--sk.A -- IC eCea'A. KI.MMIIII: : Rt.owo... i,' .
KISI*!''tBB FLORIDA waat.roady?to laaao.beqiarmaadshe
was also toady to marry_'again. I C. A. CARHON JOHN K. Leg N. R CARMOMCaaUr I i' ;".
frJE'AL 'Beforo-mlditlgnt aba Vaa promised : PrnldeoVto.Pr.sid.nt: I ,,.
bride of Gen PorUna At 10 o'clock .L.. ,.......,,, ....--...-.-....--.......-.--.- tf.. ;N.

f : FERTILIZERS'.j'I twt next. BEST :
cUldretf.N'."lealUnr'Wnf.' )
+ 'ry W. IJ.WINN: 'r >t U o'clock the peddler arrirod with -- "' .. }-
'' "t
: : "certain documents and a-witnesa. H l .

.. PHT81CIAS Asru 80aOKX> N W. &T.8 SPECIAL' MIXTURE:'NO. 1.-.For'Spriog application on' Orange neat;ta*.brldo.aplacjofartbotbrldvjropm's / ) I.! I. II pious 81" er ,. aq Trees, and for first application on Watermelons. Vegetables, etc., I :' knee. Ho Intimated.that thaV Db You Appreciate ] ;
q i. Opress r..e..4f7... FLotII_ Nothing produces more rigorous'growth' and it fairly. GLUES1 the"yoonj j. pera w.N'attt'ads to alga and that [ _
:' j fruit to the citrus trees 'be,had a certain seas of money to

A SEMINOLE TREK GROWER.-The pneStrietly' eben. tnea ,.pal over' but fool Moses had aomo* ACCURACY, .
W/W'CARSON.: D. D. S. calg.rang. ttta* M aay. Ha waa'the hatband
growing)formula oft the market. A happy combination of our W. 'and thoaaaa ft the"toons'now; -Aa PROMPTNESS) i ;:
OBNTAL JAMLOM. .. &. T.'S Special Mixture No. 1 and th fruit and wide formulaa. -! ,,sees as., the wedding ,trip< .... overh 4 '

Y ;(MIVKrlS'BUIUXNO, '" PERUVIAN ORANGE TREE GROWER.-The highest grade] jmula' ,was come .to take offhla coat and : PURITY, # :. r.
.OVBM OSOIOLA PHARMAOr made with Peruvian Guano as an exclusive base. If vest and make these. 160 acres hump .i COURTESY, .
and hnstla. The big bowlders lying
;k 0..0. HOUR. I .., ?g 1 p -"O"ue RAW GROUND BONE-A very large supply just received. .. around would''take a roll and the $ and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING you have the BestObtainable : ",

? w IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS.-An'attractive souvenir stony 'ground +Would blossom aa the at the Lowest Price? Then phone us your wants, It/ f r .'
showing the results gained by I industry and IDEAL METHODS.WATERS rose. ftfra. Oaraon would .hare been i and we assure you that satisfaction wtll be '
yours. .
J ; '. T.- /fd RIVERg, /f1D.\ t 'willing to sell tile old place tor' moat .., ""
& CARSON GROCERY CO. anything, but Mr*. Perkins" "didn't Care *
: PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON to even sign a lease. KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. \ ti

#' Office over Osceola Pharmacy .or addressjWUson For six weeks longer Moses was taken f '
Phone 41 I

$ I jJ. PHONF.B' 'fOffioo nesldeooe l41J'5.1 Toomer!!! Fertilizer Co.. ::Florida: for. The a chap lawyers with and sawdust apeculaton In hlahead. i i 't' .,'

-' iF 1F eJr and rings tried In every way to get the --. ----------------,.--"
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beet of him but what they cursed ,
..' Dr. F. G. ThomasQn his stupidity helped him to bold his .
} I CAPITALISTFor own. Then he woke up one morning
# ; PHYSICIAN and SURGEON with his head all right De bad found SUNNY SOUTH
ONE DOLLAR we will nen.1you three handsomely lithographed, but STABLES t ti'

i __,v 1\ Office F.horya:!* 64_ Residence I 126 have worthless lots ,of stock fun showing certificate to,your which frieptls you can aa proof nil out that yourself you are for any wealthy.amount These, and oil exuding tbe from fact to a tbe spring world'and at be large announced -; : l.

} r certificates appear to represent railway gold mining and insurance enterprises, also that the farm "'!'was for leaae or sale. .
{ "- and look just like the "real but must not be used to.realize money >n. The Sunshine people were not tbe only GEO. W. OVERSTREET. -
: F. H. ; S .
) ONE FOR FIFTY CENTS ones to rush. Three leases wen made. Prop. Y
*, : Send two cent I stamp for illustrated circular. and three companies pledged themselres S. 11
to pay royalties. and Inside of a S
ltr year Moses Perkins was a millionaire Livery Sale and '
-' Boarding
Surveying POULTRY and tbe Perkins famUy were eating .l
square meals. The Canon basin turned
The Oldest Established Seed House in Florida| --
r' Drafting out to be the greatest find In the atate. Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles. and propared

: ,I' E. A. MARTIN & COMPANY "To think!: that I should have taken to meet all deruandajl.wiih! :perfect satisfaction "
you for a lunkhead!1'" algbed.tha peddlerlawyer
Softxmton to m biuinina ot W. A. Boon*Cal!
__ Garden Field and Flower Seed-Poultry Supplies.'and Remedies,. RecleanedBird- ; one day when handing Mo- Heavy Hauling and (Boarding Horses a '{
f, ,OFFICH) IN r ATB NiTv HALL see a check: for S50.OUO.
Seed.'Incubators. Write for Catalogue. "Oh. mebbe I waal" was the good
. ; klSSIMMEE. FI.A. PII..4:177: 20* B Bay Str..t. JACKFONVILLB.PtOYIDA: natured reply "Buton' see. I got BROADWAY----,PHONE ]1O2 '
over It Tbafs'what lunkheads
r4 b'
} 4 sever t. des" .
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\.. .. ... ..... .'...-...... I LIGHT. . :A"n" THE: EYES' W:i : 'DOUOiaASSrfOES M Y. .C.. A.'C.'OJII.4.J."' ,-.' . " ..1'f.' "C. .BRIAN! .,.'8EIWTABi! 1 ,. I

.3-f( ... no',
IjYou: : can, come ',to . '. i'li ''l.c:'& f7 'The Waters, Carson l

We Do Not Always ,See,, Things' J)

KISSIMIVIEE 1 1I. as They Ready Area /atAI..WarY Grocery'

i;?'.Z ._.:. FROM : i .UNION.MADa' 1'' CompanyWholesal

KANSAS CITY COLORS WE CANNOT DISCERN: Boys "-I.. . -- and Retaii! DeaSerin:' .

j| I Shoos I :
t.l '
I.j AND .RETURN FOR f 'I -IT>W-WT? / Normal Vision I I. Net AM to Pens- $2.00 J .GRa"CE RI'S .' ,
. : f teats to the Regions B.yond the VloUt ; ,and 'I .
,:- $30.010.and'spend 25 days -Some Results That Have. Betn. ' t .
,. : $2.SO + "
. ?i ,, ": .: r : Attained With the Camera. Feat eels f,W.t,.UNd _____ SEL 6 : [

J I' Long enough tithe to .invefjtl&ate the best +' Those of ue who are fortunate( W. ... Douglas shoes ere .... lowest WE BUY r.
,Ef t11, : .._ .o Bar r Ius 5-Acre Tracts: ';, Town Loh'* + enough to Instinctively to :possess normal that vie\,eyes, see ard'apt'thing I'j I Ias 'price.Their qffeUtr.excellent:eon-Wered style. e.,.la y fitting the worfaL..d HAY"r- HlIjE'S .

f and! Country Property In the they arc. This 1. a. mlatake: The I "long we-rtac qualities excel been these of GRAIN '. ..r
fcve paying N IN
for sale appearance of the -world at Cargo Is' erneUgh N you '
\'J t l.; estate, prieee for your sfcoeMhe next time FURS
. merely the result: of the circumstance I' need. a pair give W.L.Do-fl shoe FERTILIZERS .
you -
t ;r : W. S.'ALY'EA. | that/the human eye perceives only a .tr-0. Yea can save nseaey on yotarfeotweer WOOL' '
''t: comparatively amall-part of tbe total sad get shoes tk-t, are Just es ''I
r radiation which come from tbe .UD' seed la way ** these that have "
.:}} OFFICE IN or la KltenTout by a lamp. Leon eottiag yea higher prices.If I

::4?t ........_.! .. .. ...,. ..... Consider To make'tbU ODe of a the little oldest clearer experiments'we may I at how> Brockton.7-carefully could MMd W.visit L our Douglas see Urge for shoes factorUs yourself sure.Bade i ORANGE. WRAPS ., HALLVEOETABLECRATES .

', 1 la optics, tbe passage of a ray of light ,you would. this .....-.. why I 4 COUNTRY
'Yf: through prism. I they LOW their sfc..., fit better and
When a bam of oallght passes ___ than other mak.a't. CRATE NAILS
through a prism of glass such as Is wane.,&vTI..N.W.15i; ... ... .. '" PRODUCE

: New Meat MarketNew often found on' old faahloned chandeliers ==:-'!' = _..,
.._ uw: --""" Wes "field ,
; : the rays are spread out forminga =:r "' sell and garden seeds or all kl lnfis. '
spectrum which we see a< a rainbow -.o-MLWI ZT- We give special attention t9. fitting ouk hunting and camping'''
the Bank.FirstClasB . the was" The parties ; .
York Avenue Opposite colored band upon H: C. STANFORD CO. \ p .
colors of the spectrum merge Into one Free
delivery in city limits :Phone No./12. ,
' r Meat Cutter in Attendance. Beef, another by Insensible gradations.though I -- - - We are county agents for good fertUizsrs. Ask us for circular, '
;' the older physicists were In .
; \ Fresh Pork and Mutton Always ou Hand. the habit of recognUlng .eveo-red, \ CALL fORLCTION' and prices on fertilizers. / '

"1, j f" orange, yellow green, bl... Indigo and /

I :' MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY. violet'These colon which the eye perceives I For Nomination of Dcmoaatk Candidate fOpOt7017Dti0p00000gogorlOOOqOqOpOtkOQOq00a .
are by no means the 0Dl7'OD" present I for Congress n Pi' V .......;:;,." BemeYrrKISSIMMEE'
ST CUUO IB the spectrum. If we perform the ,
To the Democratic Voters of the Second
f PADGETT &: TINDALL, FLORIUA experiment In a dark room and place I Congressional District\ of Florida:
a photographic plate la such a positionaa
to receive the Image of tbe spec- I The Campaign Committee of the
estf'Dda'to Democratic Committee of the Second LUMBE CO.
tram we find that It a
: siderable distance beyond the -eoD-1' Congressional District. of the State of \ ,

Kissimmee Wagon WorksOPPOSITE la other word. there la a region: beyond ', Florida hereby given notice aa follows:
the violet! which the. eye cannot First. A primary election' for the
but which\ the sensitive plate Is !
see noffiinationXof a Democratic candi-
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ii { able to photograph! This region la I Itermed [date for Congress from said district to Rough and Dressed: ,j
the ultra violet, and the light I Iw
i Under New Management With Enorough Experience'and UtoDateBlacksmith the 62nd Congress of the United Stateswill
from virtually all sources contains a j I tl
i Wheelwrigr.t and Horee hoer.AlloKinds. greater or lee amount of this ultraviolet 'I be held on the 10th day of May A.j Pine Lumber.HOUSE

light D.( 1910. .. 1 ,
Blacksmith Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing The only difference between this alto 'I Second. An election of a Democratic 4--

a Specialty. violet light and ordinary visible I CongTessionaltCommfttee .said'dis-
-- --- ------ light is In the length of the wave, tnct will be held on the 10th day of

ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO SATISFY. which la, in fact the only difference !'. Ikfay A. D., 1910 to be composed of one BILLS A .
between the different colors of the member from each county in said district -

Solicit Y..r Tr.d. a.4 visible glass spectrum.prism for If forming, instead our of usinga Spectrum to "chosen by the Democratic .
J. .
I voters of each county respectively.Third. ) -
:' i- Will Tr-t Yo. Rlskt we use one cut from a quarts ', > 1
The rules the State
crystal we find that tbe ultra
,, spectrum Is very much longer which I I primary election aa promulgated by
shows UK that the shortest: waves flight '. the Democratic State Committee, shall THE H. & W B. DREW CO.;

r are- not transmittedeven. by tbe control in the primary election of a I ..
clearest glass.If nominee. for Congress and the selectionof ESTABLISHED HALE A CENTURY .
your eyes were Bennltlre to thin a Democratic Congressional Committee ,-
i SIZES region of the vpectrum instead of to where applicable and not inconsistent -i The Largest and Most Complete : j
the specific requirements .
would appear black, 'our windows I 01 1 '
committee. Stock In the South :
would be as opaque as sheets of !iron
Tliii ia an exclusive feature of( Regal Shoes, to which and' polished sliver would resemble Fourth. Any white Democrat possessing I ( -n-:

1> we want to call the attention of everybody in this town. anthracite coal In other words things the necessary legal qualifications -I 30 Ir2 W. Bay, 45--49 W. Bay J ; 32 W. forsytli t.
l i In addition. the usual half and full size*. Regal come in appear'as they ilo merely from the circumstance for representative in the Congressof I ..4111 :tJ..r.i.: :
the and mea in between. that In the process of evolution the Unite! States from said district, JACKSONVILLE... FLA. It Le" ;a*+.
otic-quarter three-quarter .
.. ...
:l our eyes have developed a sensibility become a candidate for the nomination tMrk:: 'i4 :,
This number dif'
...J1 ,;:( gives you, just double the to a certain region of the total in said primary election by filing Fancy and Commercial Kodak. and Photo ..\ (filling found in other hoes, and meant all the : spectrum of tbe light which comes '
J.f'I> .f "')
with the chairman of this committee, Stationery '
"JU re i difference between a near-fit and an exact fit. w from the auD.I of all KindsBoot's "ft, :;;
viz: Hun. G. .Baltzell, at Fernandma
I' I It no bate used an vrdiuary: :f>boto-
l ". grnllblj! plate In .our experiment w4,Fla., on or' befdre the llth day of ChartsTypewriters and. Supplier f '
' ): (. 't' ,1 j shall tuil hat it has rcrefved no,1m- t April A, D.,,1910.. a written statementas Maps and )l\
4 & TT H presslon trout the red and-yellow: part required by law of hue'purpose to be Pictures. and Framing, '-

J'1-: : ; i vf the spectrum and verve, little from' such capitulate, which statement shall Oflice &; School Furniture .
: tbe Frame the plats therefore suffers I ib e signed by him and.shall bar accompanied " Toys!!! and.(. 'Sporting Good M *
from ,the same defect as our eye. It with Three Hundred' and Seventy N-
.p j 1 t.. sensitive only to a limited regionUioently. : .
: : !: Five Dollars .as an assessment toaid rqderaylng Fancy Goods and Spuven- Printing
Only Regal Binding Lithy
y: 8 \ however means have been of holding said -
expenses primary
Are Made found of rendrrlug!, plates ociiKliire to i iers "
In .
$350 $400 the entire visible( spectrum and to a --- A
Quartery3izeQur ;, certain extent to the infra red or the Fifth.Candidates for membership
:' Lj $500 extension beyond the red analogous to on the Congressional Committee shall STATE AGENTS FOR SPALDING BASEBALL GOODS

I lie one beyond the violet not be required to pay any anaessroent . .
-----v' Irk ; or With a photographic plate rendered i I Sixth. This Committee will canvass - _. --- :: --= -u =- -- ic, -> : ..::r?

). 1t ,s seusltlve to. the entire spectrum ,we the returns ofsuch| election and declare .
I Latest ,Model ,In47p could obtain aD.idea of ,how things the result, and will in due season issue
. ;
ti > f .> > ., ,<1t ,t .. ''Ii. t) would| ,to appear""recln.othe It our eye.than were,, the sensitive ,one- thereto instructions and promulgate, rules THE GBBYSTONE ,.H' ..D'I _;" ,:

adopted by nature by excluding: jr'ow '
I" S. th.leui1f, the,xamera; sU rays ether of the power given us under the law f '1
) and rules of the Committee this 10th ANTHONY A Jitl! ProiJriJfor.and i IiUJT ,;
J.1la .o '" ,,, ,] Lky w.wie, to ,; L ,
JI .. .... OI'"tB! ,.... b l49D1t yea a.II.nIteylpx.tenF : flay of March,. 1910. '.-- ,,
'r efadi yon"tidtlifwlarilarlr'ityle'i well :U' peifeetl' lilomk etRf y.r.llay? 7.'J.J. ,PAAtfiPliefs'w G I* BALTZELL A ..NT' "0". '.. ,..l'I..,. ." -- . '
4-4 Our t e ., y... !fI al) Cb'm. Pam, osn.t of Dem. FifI bau'ks..M )
new' Regal Oxford are buih oa'ideWei gwddt4ll: tedcelebrated t. > .rseiGaS ,
'k .. r : E.si1ueS''
"M lltc", a Cong Com. 2nd Cen( Dist of Fla. ,
New York London and Pfcm bootaakcn for th_eweoa a.tit : I -
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Ar Ind\anapolt8p.a. B ..... .. LdOa. ... bats been,,attentive to the cashier for > and, Supplies :

p, AIr AT.,fUn Bopkinnfll.......*L U*AN.N .. ft.M K.1B" .p....m... Ar Laxfaurtan. LAN.. 1.0 p.. e.... some- ,, time, and now business beingalack : THE NEW COLONY STORE :
Are LAN, ; +* P.OU Ar- Ct.dnaiy U AN. 1_ for a few momenta, be deemed ? ..hStaple'
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----,-- -- "If you,will be mine" be urged as be and Fancy Groceries, Shoes, Gents?.
leaned over the desk: "every comfort
Solid train Jacksonville and Chicago; Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Can, that you may desire will be yours :Furnishings!! Kitchenware. Glass' and China-. .!

Coacbe. and Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping Cars Jacksonville and St. LOUIS; True I am no longer ;young but I have at Lowest Prices. Confections, Cigars "..J-

;A1 .. Dining Can Atlanta and Evansville. money, and I can provide for you a* I"ware aiuLTobacco. Oils
h t few young men.could, and surely the and Gasoline. : '.
; Solid train Jacksonville and Cincinnati; Pullman Sleeping Cars, Coaches and I ;

; Baggage Can; Pullman Sleeping Can to Chicago and Indianapolis. Is material side of tbe marriage question" I '-,}. x, ir1 you' money on everything you want. See our 0' '
worthy of some consideration.
o STANDARD <> goods before buying elsewhere. I
She said nothing touchedthe .O
For reservations or other information communicate wjth your Ticket Agentor cash register'and the words "No I CYPHERS INCUBATOR.Lkt <> Money saved is money.made. Don't throw it

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-- With a High be left.-Chicago Post O proof Special prices. ,
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TG e Kissimmee Valley Gazette i A fJNJTJ'LACE' .. ,I I"ST. CLOUD. :f t 1 ..'..FRATERNAL. ,---SUCII"rTLcariT-"\ .- #'dJ jrican Athletes. : }

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.PUBLISHED EVERY fRIDOffioe -yT, "OkL.Yank" Visits the farm of Mr.J i MASONld, v '\. r ,
Ice 'Orange'Blossom. 8d Because
Lodge-"Nd. F.,& Invincible
$"a' 113 Valley Gazette Building,! , R.. P, Hansen Near Kissimmee' r teresting-ltems1 of News Gathered'by I A. !.t..,, meet first acid .third Monday! ;, : .. ", '. '

," KiSSINNEEOSCEOLAWUNTY.tU.fbW. !: gtorVall-y; GaZt'tiet Our Correspondent in thel' nights in each) month at 7.30 o'clock In 'I .
::=;.= I Brairt.
aternttyvHall. Use
While on a flahinn excursion one day j Home of the Old Soldiers. ) They ,
H. "Aqql Editor; sad Prop'r.S. I, J. MI Hansen; \v. M- s. :
last week Called I
correspondent at I
your i
-IUPLETT. Aa.ocla l \c :d1to'r.1 W. M. Carson ,Jn
beautiful Mrs. secretary. , .'
the home otMri and .R. ,
,. oJ
.. J. W.Squirts, E*q,1: :waa Kissim- ' '0'" '
ea -
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< P..lI4J"n&.en..JLbout{ .miles east of this mee visitor Tuesday ' < '
;':" ','t SUBSCRIPTION RATES:. '' KNIGHTS Of' PYTHIAS. FRANK GOTCH.World'Ch.mpl.nWr..tlas *,e
that 1 delighted1' it By
. . .. ...... .Si j cfty. To ay was .Dr:. E, C., "Westcott and children,: Lodge ;
44, . 00 j expressing It mildly. J will try to de.' Friendship Net. 10, meets every +. e'i.. exercise from lifting: a m"tcb .':
Ono copyy.a x "" ntha ---v"... ,, passed Tuesday a ** AMy seat Wednesday night at 7.00'clo"k\ in Faterniiy j.t. t. ,OU can get as much < "
/,1 r.- -.- --Ir.' "-- I,|scribe it as I saw i4Aa ; Mrs Cull and little daughter, Harriet I Hall... : I from hard day labor .on the streets with pick ,andshovel.
n..t from our authorIe ,
e All munloatlnnll{ ,
6 J! .d ......-poncl.. ......court be aimed h the writ..r yorf go through the gate 'you enter. have been,quite ill. i F. C. Bryan chancellor commander : i TilE MIND mental control -
t It's all' in'
', J ejected matter will not be arturtted unless the )poach: orchard, and the first' tree Mr. and ,Mrs. Edward Addis "
were Y
t '
O. :
., .to""'" lor. R Meek, jteeperof records and seal. OVER''MATTER.
of MINI ,
-> = : you come rerninds'you'of the big live KisKJmmve sojourners Tuesday. over your muscles.) It is a case ?
: J. .
.;ti-;Pctdac.In Klntlmmic, Fin '
j Entered oak that in this
trees are so plentiful social given the Woodmen i'
I by .
:. ......... elaas man matter PYTHIAN SISTERS .
,, locality. It is inches around '
- fifty-three
of,41>e World, Tuesday night, was a ********* I CONTROL
Kissimmimnier day
1,, with its-lung branches hanging full of Temple,.No. 21, meets For two honrs every ,.
1 1U10.
j. FridayApril great success socially, financially and i '
,. .' ------ --- J!r peaches of the clmg-s.tone variety that otherwise. I every Thursday afternoon at.3 o'clock, Or MY. MUSCLES BY :MY MI>'D. I have found it far more :'
I the rauHh. .
rilLbe ripe about the middle of f8y..It The school children except Thursday, at .whichIm. I mina than other sort of outdoor '"
!; t '.. - Commence Houses I were given a meeting will be held t at 7:30. beneficial to my strength and.e' any 1

:' Building if) estiniSted-tha: bushels this one of'. peaches.tree will!great treat on Easter mornln''by their "'Pearlie E. Bryan, M. E. C., or indoor work. 6f course! it must Jbe supplemented with other stylesof :

t ,,', Since it is a well known fat every produce twenty i popular young teachers Miss Hattie Mabel R. Overstreet .
j > have M. of R. & C. less violent exercise for truly after a period of muscle exercise
'time a man builds a house in this town Mr,. Hansen will probably one j Leach and Miss Lillian Dale. A picnic '

i t for rent, he has a dozen applications. I hundred bushels of peaches this season. and egg bunt were the leading features tOt 79 by mental control the body will Be found physically exhausted.
NO. W. O. W. ,
it Is half does To the left of thepeach orchard is a of the day's STRONGLY TOWARD
it before completed it program.Mr. Meeting nights second and MODERN ATHLETICS ARE. TRENDING -
''f a 1, seem as if there would be more activity grove of banapd"trees, with their large Frank Bass passed Tuesday at at 7.30 husky fel1ow-.ot.b-
p. m. THE MENTAL SIDE. I was a big, \
foup'fo six feet in
long waving
:t t in that line. All during the past winter his old home in Kl aimmee. H; T. Stanford C. C.
d numbers of our northern visitors the breejee\ Next! to the orchard are i Prof. Shadt will lecture April 9th on, W. B. Johnson, Clerk. ing extraordinary, though1-hut my parents decided to giveS be a good 3

',''t.,.-' '. .'were seeking to rent bouses without the citrus trees, everything ,from the "Hoisting the Stars and Stripes in- a education. I graduated from Highland Park college in Des Moines ,:

\ I ::1. success, and a great many .pI them sweetest en comes orange about to the one sourest acre of lemon.beets I Russian The Palace." Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R. :My mind was growing with my body, and when I tackled some. of the V
the win Masons
I r went elsewhere to.spend play, 'Tbe.\Lady was
f fI
that identical InKisaimmee thill that are now ready for the market. and the Meets Wednesday guns.I USED :MY BRAINS and beat them. '
a 2
t for reason. ay splendid\ success, W. R. C. every at p. m. big "
' \ lost not only a lot ots*inter The most extensive crop of all is snap has been 951.00 benefited thereby. r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades, won the championship by combining will _nd"'physical power. j

: but investoraXaa well beans of which they have four or five Mr. and Mrs. J. Hendrix cordially invited. -. Hackenschmidt
t residents some are passingthe If I had not'had absolute control of mind ovfe'r! muscle -|
for will /invest theirl' acres ., week, O. DERBYSHIRE, T.( : E. '
t I" many people no -inTampa.i'' TARBOX, built fello 1
would He's *
I till be the invincible] Russian Lion. a finely ,
1 :;: money in a town withotu first carefully Mr. Hansen is now building a packing Harry Jenneai. Esq., who has been Adjutant Commander. 1
j, t scrutinizing c ondit'a,and had there not house of corrugated iron near one the truest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. West- -- -- but hasno head. t\:

1 s\ f been'a dearth of-fiouses here for rent of his artesian wells, ot which he has colt, returned to his home in Plea.ant-I| for Sale. R atat. .

i i ; these people/ ould have had a sufficiency four, so that he can wash and-pack his ville N. J., Tuesday. Orchard and farm with 350 tearing IN A VERY FEW YEARS THE AMERICAN ATHLETES WILL BE ,

of tfrne in which to study Ki.- vegetables and fruit and have, them The First National Bank of St. Cloudis j I-[orange trees; grapefruits, tangerines, IN A CLASS ALL BY THEMSELVES. WHY BECAUSE OUR COLLEGES % :

\i' ", ,simmeexand its wonderful resource. reach the market clean and fresh. ready tor business. ':i satsumas, naval orange., pear: trees, AND SCHOOLS ARE TURNING OUT THAT INVINCIBLE ;
y'"' Ev one familiar with this place! has! I 1 was told that.a few years ago Mr. '' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Squires have j> olive, mulberries and nice hade tree. COMBINATION, THE PHYSICAL AND MENTAL GIANT. v

I awn,to believe that as a winter rer' Hansen bought this land unimprovedfor moved into their New York avenue!|..around 5-room house; good water; 50
'' sort, or summer resort for that matter, $300 and started to build a home home. acres; 7 acres in cultivation; 43 acre.

t nature has endowed it with more advantages that would support him and his family Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Sr. good Umber; {aituated on the rock road 1 1I
r' I have returned 1 one mil I than any place in Florida, and in their old age. How well he has succeeded to their home in.MainI'. j I to St. Cloud. Price $4,000; liberal terms.

it does not seem .the part of wisdom can be readily seen. They area I The hammer, the chisel and the saw j Arthur E. Donegan Kipsimmee. Fla. I Love of Home America.
t .
., : for our citizens to allow other towns, familyof workers and have several are flying in every direction. 700 houses < Photography. '

. not so richly blessed with either scenery, acres cleared and in cultivation that I already built 5OO others under con. j I .T the R.v. Dr. MADISON C PETER or New Yore.s .
I climate or pure water to secure the will easily bring them a yearly income struction. !i I a.u prepared to make photograph

f \; rs' ; winter residents, for lack of houses of *1,000 an acre. Comrade Stearns of Detroit, Mich., j of all kinds at my studio located just::1 interferes with the integrity of the home

: 'r ;;; to be rented'here. There are thousands of acres of the and Wife, will return to their northern above the Midland Ry., on Broadway, WHATEVER To UNDERMINE THE FOUNDATIONS

r Now is the time to commence building same kind of land around Kissimmee, I home April 2nd. II or will go anywhere to make: outside NATION. The sanctity of the home must lie -

l i .J' homes for the fall tourists. More people waiting for some one like Mr. and Mrs. Mr*. Elizabeth Miller, of Cleveland vit'ws.' Prices reasonable. I
inviolate and must be MADE A SACRED SPOT
i I' came to Kissimmee the pat' season Hanson to improve them and make I Ohio who has been such a help and inspiration I, : _

f i\ "' ,' than was ever known in the history ofi them productive. 1 to us all here in St. Cloud, II, Boy Wanted. and preserved from the contaminations that would sully its purity.

r i ( the town, and we have every reason to Ever since Columbus discm'eredAmerica. I returned to her northern home yesterday j I I The happy home is the place we like to think about. It casts a .

11 i '. think the coming winter will show a' the cry has been, "Go West and will prepare to go to the Wanted-A bright, ..energetic bo>', spell over us from which we refuse to be delivered. It has a glamour '
1 "' ; vast Increase over the last one. A large and for more than one hundred years :World's W. C,, T. U.meeting to be held ]| about 14 or 15 years old, to feed press- j .., 1

1 l ,; number of suitable house. and! bungalows the west bound emigrants have been I in Scotland in May. i es, run erranda'and: make himself. gen- which no worldliness can ever take away. ,J

,} .w will be in demand, and can nor rushing right oast the place of best Mr. E. Addis' handsome _new studio' Jt erally.useful. Gladstone once said: "Let me but talk to a man five minutes, and
I i
doubt be rented at ,prices satisfactory opportunities; now 'that they have on 12th street, near Pennsylvania avenue ; I I will describe for you the home in which he was raised. I wilt tell

11 ,t to both the visitors and the property struck the jumping off place on the .Pacific is completed and ready for occu-1 FIRST CHILDREN'S BOOKS.I the influences that surrounded his early {;
yon years.
,,\, owners. coast, the ebb tide is liable to pancy. I -

i y. '' .j While we do not wish to decry the float some of them back here, and if With all the boo_. that have been ..ts .f HeM Protected the Pages K !
kind OF
't C of
I t value of advertising, it is much easier they are a thrifty people, they i built.this winter, there are not enough .
': .t: to rrsuad e a man, who is here and can cannot find a bettor place. and the people are crying: for more. The earliest"Tbe English book for cblldren THE CLEMENTS WHICH MAKE THE TRUE HOME' LIFE. 'THIIRE1
was Bablee' Book. or '
, .J t ,. ace things for himself, to invest his OLD YANK. We are all well and happy 'at St. Lrttl Report of How Young People a ARE HOMES, AND THE NUMBER IS ALARMINGLY ON THE IN-

I money in Kissimmee, than to try to Cloud and enjoying ourselves. Our Should Behave." The horn took ex- CREASE WHERE THE PURSUIT OF THE DOLLAR IS THE ONLY r

I J I deal with him while he. is living in Illinois COME TO FLORIDA . houses are being wired for electric toted 1m Elizabeth's reign. The writing THOUGHT-EVERYTHING BARE BECAUSE THE MONEY GOES INTO 6 I

,I or Kansas. In matters of that kind lighting and the water company are was covered with a.sheet of horn STOCKS AND BONDS. THE MONEY THAT GOES FOR A PICTURE ;

,, ; I "3. distance lends no enchantment to the i Take a Look and You Are Sure to laying pipes to UP homes..... tn order to protect the lettering. from OR A FEW FLOWERS IS THOUGHT WAITED AND SO THE LOYtOF ;
view, for the would be investor desires i contact with dlitrlners.
1dt' '
( ; to be shown and not told and to order Establish a Home. The chap book contained moat of $ )

to show him 'We must first induce him .With fortunes being; madeevery day /GfNfRAL DIRECfiOIY the familiar nursery rhymes and 'stories R R W. ,

1 . '.' to come hers, and stay long enough to in celery and other vegetables, it Will lore! which for ceoentJ have appertained_.. They to nursery ezhlbft Fifty years ago there was sot such a reckless devotion to the worship ".

s coo vine' himself .that nowhere else" \is only be a matter of a. very abort' time Of the Churches and I fraternal: Soci- very .erode woodcuts,. often daubed of mammon. :Men and women gave ATTENTION. TO TMici'tt:
< ; this-. a better field for investment. when land m Florida will be far more .. t
with and the
Inappropriate color.
r commonest
sties .f Kiss ilDBlu. HOMES sod result 'families
as s they brought able Ito
While Klasimmee has not been extensively valuable than in any; other state in the paper as a role was used. They .

.A''.' f advertised .. a winter, resort on Union, not because it .is. so much more '. were hawked about by the,chapman or answer to every call and meet every demand mad nporf them to ; :
.:; account of her' substantial productive but for the simple reason peddlerxand coatonly a few nation .
f. more advantages '. CHURCHES. pence. sustain the prestige of their when s crisis arose.

'f"' .e, being shoved to the forefront,, that four crop may be raised on the apiece. v: In those old fashioned homes love ruled and peace aDd'COIdeai .s
yet a great many people of the North same land in on. season. Water U always They served too perpetuate such familiar
,, ditties as "Slag a Song of Sixpence in hand. Their INMATES DID NOT '
spend their winters here, nor would it plentiful, and with a very little BUUT1ST. ment went hand STRAIN.
which dates from the sixteenth '
be possible to find a more pleasant energy, mixed with a small amount of Bunyan Stephens, pastor. century; Three Blind Mice" AFTER SHOW. -;
place> when health, comfort and climate brains, any man who .is ,in search of a Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-N.; C. Bryan, I I 1m use, with music la 180&....Tlie Frog NOW THE SITUATiON IS CHANGED AND THE CHAJMkt .

-' fJ are taken consideration. The morepeople fortune can easily find it here. In the auperutendentPreaching: I and the Moose" in existence- 108a THREATENS TO DISRUPT, THE STANDING OF THE NATION. ,r

.t : '. we can induce to sojourn with Western states, where all is taken up 11 I a. m. and 7.43 p. In. and "Girls and .Boys Come Out to h,

e >j. M through the winter the more investors that is at all productive, irrigation is Pr rerme ting7.4fi; Thursday evening. Play; ," which 'Wa. sung by: the villagers -

n a we will secure. The way to get resorted to and the source of water B. Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday, evening. in the time of Charles U. 'LItYtl. Woman Who Marries .t
A' them started bere-ia to build houses for apply i* one that has been bard to answer ViAiters always welcome.nLEBSTTBSXAN.. Jack B__." we know, Is older a

them'to .. ,:Who wiD be the trst to since! the lands were open for set -' than the seventeenth cent-try, and last, '
but not least "Lnevtrom Lwckt." the Second Time Makes Best Wife.
'.:. sHartthebaIJromBgTf tlement. Then, too, only one crop can which "ortrtnated ..j k.D.e- .. .

': be raised in the entire season, which S. S. Snyder, pastor. die." I y 9m.Ju./. ABSVAM J. MTTBmiOMKK ..r Mew y.... .' -j'
TRUE, AND JRuntfUL will net only one-fourth as much as the Sunday School '9.. IIL-Geo. F.Parker A few of what w.r. called "battle- '-' WIlIIA&: ., iuuu
. \ crop on Florida lands, and the giasshoppers : a. door hooks" have Mea handed dawn to : BULB THE WOatAM WHO M POI A' ,

and sand .torn* roust be taken superintendent ... They wen 'thre leave cards HA 'T/MI U MORE APT..oro MAKE A HOME HAPPY :4
t B1"oLo 1Pliorfols.l into Christian Endeavor: 6.30 p. i.. SHE l' MORE .ETTLEO AND
H " '_ consideration.TVTbeJide which wet fotdod op Into oblong &;Aua. .. .DOMKmO. eXNE i
r r emigration has: turned in Preaching: .., second and fourth pocket) shaped YOI..... These taught M MORE PftUDENT. ......-: x -r "
'tlbercliitfpwYK: :'J jsdiia d.peh.'tu 4
the last twororthr**. and where' Sunday 11 a. m. .and 7:30 p. _. reading and avmerals t* tho dante !-
""p I. .f.the newer. tit errif-;.at eorrset. .. eonSeloeasn't Prayer; meeting and choir practice SKhools In town and eowntry.. Oho lit- 'i :"boLl I
thousands .
: ,, ... were Seeking homo in the :
-- .
C T. "" t.biDkm, of her. duties than hst fl
_ ,', ;; ":' -...;.. far West few year ago, only a few Thursdays baton the second and.' fourth tie gut books, as thgy'wen called. ,, She u UktJy to ary.a .

I fi' rr Ufe shows ,xaOch are turned. in that direction at the Bandars at 7X10 p. m. adorned' fta the _!aYe with gUt Dntchpaper : >. has PROHTEP: $BERKISTAKES,,( : and abe ia more viO-. )
; wishbv colored ...... were mash .
Visitors __t.cordially invited to all dienltIedwith
Jpeit .' time and eopvomlittlti Iterlseoond hnsban i thoL-wUk
,... prom rba' ,, 'a gnat many of' those >rts>i gin hooks ef that'period. Chfl- iDe, to .
who have sought home In the West ,/ .
aetvfeea'A 1 dna were .mWeys4'eeIertq each )Ic- .
I l -*. ***** .a. -' ** .* > j -* iMtmM
trita*. ne7tecbe ,caaght asnsec.thersssfnilsts . have bssome diagosted] after encounterIng I : y', tare books by hand one child deiag all "A atidj of tie record of the divorce eonrto will show that wham .1
t.1 one two failure and ,. c1.alaTtalaA. the'red In the a
j; 'prornesytog or a coming series of IIhIa 'aUoae.

r the human race in taD Into Florida with the most delightful M. Chisholm, pastor.' j another an the blue, and so .on. Of woman,marries,>for, the, swcond time, there in LESS DANGER, OFTROUBLE
'' '; .. elhnaUihe rendnd' coarse they gained iMrecMon by repetition THE' HOME. # 't
"j, a soil on Preaching first M oDd and third Sundays IN '.;-.-'-
tl'tak. Tg7 to think dMfeaetiakas ; but we often find the tints T
t e ; which. fabulous crops may be raised any very )
of each month at"ll a. m. and T.. '
,' : but one eye bigotry stone blind. of overlapping as If carried oat by an to* .
; season the year with very little p. m. I 4t
'I experienced handv London
r Qneen.
1 chance of failure. Don't wait until Bible II.4&L to.-A. W. Winn,]I : i

y'' '+" , The].sdj.atmentkof1'national and tntematlonal the present diffl-mu'nidpa next fall or winter to com; the springor I superintendent; A'L; Davidson, uaiI ,- PrsssnUng. Arm: ,te a Cat. A Vision of ,f'
1. early summer is. the time if intend I tant
t :yon operintendeat.i j J About the middle of tbelast
..,.. 'nJU-P.t.e..1rith.. the character theindJvidual I centuryvery ... .
*" to make: a home and get land in Christian Endeavor every Sunday a -hlxK English.official died in a --4.- .a.w .

t .' ,"A ',-. hape to-Tai e a crop 'next- fall 'or'win- evening at_6.80 Pwm. \ I j I fortreas at a placexthat, Is one of thecenters The Future. '

1 ?Make each-individual right and tel''.I.f'ben vegetables'are worth a email Prayer meeting and choir practice every of Brabtnanlc orthodoxy, and ,
youcorrect fortune in the Northern mark eta. Land Thursday at 7.45 p. at. at the moment when the news of his
the community.Ifake -. today in the Northern and Central.tatea 'death reached the aepoy guard at the ,
main gate a black cat rushed oat o-.'It.
.... each community right and vou ia worth from $125 to $500 an EPISCOPAL The guard presented arms to the cats.'a

i .'", ,.correct.. the state. acre and 'is still advancing, while here Kev. David D. Kidd, rector. salute to the flying spirit of the mr JOHN. MITCHELL Labor a.d.r.'CJIE .
7 t immense tracts are being put on the Services every second and fourth Sub powerful Englishman and the coincidence .

',' Correct each state and you correct the market at something like $20 to t2S an day at 11 O0 a. m took ao firm a' bold. of the local HBBBVVBMSfJkafaBBBBBBVBW' .

!: '',government. acre, and that, too, within a very few Conunonioa,2nd Sunday at morning/ ity that op to a few years. ago neither day that I would like to live to see is the day when' every _

1 "'!'-- miles of town or on one of the mainlines services. exhortation or orders could prevent, a and woman shall have A COTTAGE I EN" THE .

tV ,Give us this ,day bread of railroad If Hindoo. sentry at that gate from presenting -
our daily have
you any Guild meeting every first TuesdayKETPODI8T. -. NTRY-the city is no place to live-and have
t A means very little to the man. in office. thought of establishing a home in new ----- arms to any cat that passed '
out at atcbL-BcImbai Times. -EXOUGH WHOLESOME PLEASANT FOOD land
1 to eat
country, come to Florida, take a look,
The ancient Christianity was a life; and you are sure to establish home in ENOUGH WORK to do and ENOUGH TIME FOR PLAY : :

k. the sample we see now a creed. the finest country God ever mad.e.. .... T. Mitchell, pastor. ''J Her Proof. AND STUDY and ENOUGH MONEY TO SATISFY .' j
Orlando Preaching very Sunday morning and "Wb,. asked the judge, 110 yon THEIR ,
{ i Reporter-Star. f iNotice. think your husband is dead- Ton say WANTS educate their children and .
belongs to. the love faculty. -'- -- evening. lay by sufficient to i

.t.:. Let this faculty act awhile' and see howyou Sunday School. 9.45 a, m,-J.' M. Lee, you than haven't'a year.heard Dct, from'you consider him for more that keep them in their old age. 1 '. x_

: ,feel, also how your wife, feels. Am offering my house furnished, good /superintendent. reasonable proof that be has passed -'- si si si ( ''''

< piano from May lit to Sept or DeL era ,, out of existence I DON'T BELIEVE, AS SOME DO, IN THE'EQUAL DISTRIBUTION ,,' J ,
Belief faith belong to the intellect- bargain to a couple who will )keep Prayer meeting 'every Thursday "Tea, your' bonor. If he was still OF WEALTH. SOME WOULD HAVE MORE THAN OTHERS THERE I
dual faculty. It' no wonder some men things in good order. Call and.jse* me. night. alive he'd be asking me to send him S
f' ,'don'tjbelieve., .,. :: IOtf MRS. HELEN PEansw Choir practice every_ Saturday night money.Chicago Record-Herald. ENOUGH. HAVE

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'" ',r .$1.J: ',' "J f .'........... fII" |(.r ., 3 hundred J Clarice who have bean spending t the' I .'Kenneth,J1utler. and
TELEPHONH NO. 11, : Seminoles. of' Florida on sale at Kis- primary ye tr poll taxes winter in Kissimmee' left, for their CALLfUBOVf, '1 acted aa< pallbearers. ,.DShmpetxe 1

oj simmee Drug Co. Postpaid 91.36. It must be paid before the home't Wichita, Kan. last week,'; The
'' t, 'atopSln&"off" at Daytona and St. -Augustine. little, Margaret t Sears il Valley 'Gazette join the entire;
PUBLISHED AVERY 5 6 f"666'rwill Mrs. After a tin "
f. or doses cure any case 9th of this mot t \ i -. -BY 'rf Of Chills\ and Fever.: Price 2W. 14-6mo """' r 1. with Kissimmee, and ,expects to return gering Illness Called Home .I the- bereaved family, .
to IB ( 'i'* Sale-Full-blooded' > > =_ y4! t . ... __,_ .,_.._. next: fall for thu winter and to look afi I a ... .' ,. .. ...% .. *
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>A13, eifr R F Barred One ./ -
.. __ For Plymouth ter her land Investment. in fark' (;U'- ,of the saddest duties of a neWs- : i'
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Born ;
. --- -- - Rock Eggs, 15 for $1,00 A. Vi on Thursday March. 24th to dens a suburb x; OverstreetCampbellof
of this paper
::',, Gilbert 14-4t Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gilbert..a.aon.,,. :city. She v. as man to'chronicle the death of .

; h1r:'W, B. Hairlsof' the accompanied Dr. J,. C.; DaIs us,fur hv an cousin St. Augustine; >y some When member of the community''and P/.The weddtriK "M las 'Georgia Bt '
I Hello, Central, give me Nor. 149 fiferessing ValleyGaeette ." the deceased'happene Campbell of
. Weather/Report a day !in this week to be a Rose CityMich..,- and
/ p ; shop. -J. G.: Kimbrough. the Mr.JM': ; Willson Jr.., received l'e little child the' duty becomes Mr. Harvey R. Overstreet
Y Tailor. The County Commissioners will 'hold (Tenn.) l Staff: : "I. .N, and WT D.. Ldr-] took place in this city yesterday-
Following are thedaily.temperaturea Call and see my;new line of samples. ing have returned from brief At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon'at theJtome of the
j' J.. G. Kimbrorgh. the Phone their Ihgular monthly) meeting Olt-Monday a trip to i afternoon In groom'scousin
and precipitation a* Tailor" 149. Florida. They brought to Mrs.: Orlando the! Ernest '
o f 9-tf' ,and the. School Board on Tuesday, Boring i soul of Margaret, the little ? 'Overstreet, on Fourth
,': reported by the Government \ bunch of celery that weighed .four, eight year old daughter' Mr. street Rev. 'S, D. Sibert, of the
'and pastor 4
Hon. J. W. Watson of-Miami i. in the pounds anti 'ten .
ounces from J1. F.
Plank' Chill" Mrs.
91( / station at Kissimmee for the 'Tonic. Guaran i Joe Sears left th4 Methodist church "
teed. Price '25 cents. Sold all city today having come ''up to attend CKUerry: who owns the Ed water !. .corporal body South officiating.
week ending Mae. '31, 1910. druggists. ullT-8 by the funeral of his neice, Margaret Sears. garden farm [near Kissimmee] The and returned to the God who gave It: The bride wore handsome traveling I

celery was well'.rounded nicely bleached She had bfeen sick for some time and suit of natural. color ponge eand,torque'to
MAX. KIN. RAIN Mr. Phillips; of'Michigan, has rented and fine' ,
For-Sale Pair flavor. It caused
small mules thoroughly ranch was under the match.
. . .: broken and .Enquire the vacant lot in front of the High comment) here care of Dr. Persons in .
Friday 82 65: ,08I good pullers. "Orlando when' After the
l' the
-- : of S. W. Downing at Nelson School building. and as soon as his tent end came Her ceremony, which was"witnessed
Saturday. , 82 52 . Realty CD. r 10-tf arrives will open a photographlc tudk>. Married on March 27th) 1910 at the father and grandmother, Mrs M. F. By'a few friends only Mr and
Sunday. . . 83 55 . residence of the- Sears and Mrs.
\ brllle'li parents near were with her. at the last her Ov..rstlgeUeft for Homestead,
Messrs. W. A. McCool and H. M. ,
1tonday . .. 88 51 .. Strayed or Stolen-One bay mare.'j' Pfann are the latest to enter the list of Alligator lake, by Mr. H. D. Colvin i mother being sfck and unable to bepresent where they will live for several months
Tuesday.Wednesday.. . . 82 61 ". about 8 years old,.short. mane one hind automobile owners. The former has notary public. Mr. G. S, Curry and Miss on Mr. Overatreet's farm before leaning'
., foot white is clipped. Suitable rewardif Alattie. Lanier.
88 60 ,.. returned 'purchased a Reo and the latter a Ford. groom is employed I I for' Rose
'. to T, Cox St. Cloud. Itpd by the Seminole Land l and Investment Some natures are too frail and ethereal City Mich. where the 'u
Thursday 85 55 Llat The' Woman's Guild of' St. John' i groom haa'accepted a position: and
with the Nelson world. Marl
.' your property bride is the accomplished and handsome I will make it their home
Episcopal church will meet at the residence in the future.
Realty Co., and if It 4s desirable and garet's was one of tb"...
daughter of Mr She. was
and Mrs.
.. . B. Lanier. asMiami
: \ -- .. --- -- worth the of Mrs. W. G. Hanklna on Tuesday News-Record.
sell it for
they beautiful .
money can The a
happy will flower planted in o
couple make'their home I
next at 3.30. p. m. Uncongenial -- -- .. .
14-tf -
,: NtrvrN N1A you. ." in St:.. Cloud on North Indiana avenue : soJL God in His infinite wisdom Ud! papas -
Found-In small of The text of the sermon to be .dellvqf- in the,near future. seeing this be bcogbt in any; :qoantity
my store a sum ed by the Rev. A. M. Chisholm at the removed the flower while at this om$* fr :20c! per 100' ''Ih. rrjr r
Owner have it calling ,
money. can by in
yet its
I THE: LOCAL : and describing same and paying for this Christian church on Sunday morning Quite an addition to the business enterprises budding state and transplanted thing: to put: under matting u carptt. '
notice. Mrs. Tres. "This! One Thing." of our town was.the'location! it in the garden.of heaven.
I / .
he"01 the Pioneer Plumbing Shops, 'The funeral tookjplace-at: 10 o'clock For
Lost-: Somev/here on the streets -of Dr. Downing has let the contract to Mr. J. E. Swabey as proprietor. Mr. 1 this morning at the Member of School Boird.I .,
sWtslae N """' '" last M. Kelly tor a handsome ten room Swabey has rented the Baptist church, the
Kissimmee Saturday of Makinson
a pair hereby .
: announ myself egad :
Wade the tuner. Orlando.t gold-rimmed spectacles. Finder will dwelling to be. built on his lot' lust ing house, and for the present Will rack- ceremony being performed by Rev. of School BoMd for Dtetrlet as No.S.tdvt OOMl friMmbm
please leave at Mrs. Tre..'.Store. 14-lt: north of the residence. of Hon. John M. ry on his business there but will later Bunyan Stephens. The Junior Leagueof County and rMiwetfalbr solicit. Uw BaUport t ;
t for to M. Til Lee. build in the center of the business the Methodist . *
Dwelling., rent apply sec church of,which de- the ot m at the aomlnc Primanl'' EIeetI a. 41,
., An Intelligent person may earn f 100 tion. A business of that
ler. monthly corresponding for Mrs. J. M. Wood and little son Milton l long.been character has ceased waa a member and her Sunday JOHN H. BAIS&MK. :'
newspapers.No in
6eLarge desk blotters lOc at this of canvassing. Send for particulars. Hicks Mrs.who have been the guests of there is no a doubt necessity but what our Swabey and school class .01 the Baptist church ,

tf Press Syndicate B 2245: Lockport, N.Y. Dr. and M. J. Hicks for several will do well from the start. Mr. Harry marched in a body from the house to ,
\ left for their home in
weeks Atlanta
J. W. "
Checked apron gingham at Stanford M. Post last Nutting late of Orlando will have the church THOMPSON! .
J. will watchesclocks Thursday
repair your ,
charge of the .ho
for 5c a
: Co'
yard. -
per and jewelry: and will do it rightor Rev. Watts,. Raleigh. N. C..a friend .. .. .
Just received a big line of trunks. refund your'money. See him,' next Don't fail to pay your poll tax b y Messrs. S. J. Wilkinson 'and J. M. of the family made some : ,t ,'

", W. B. Makinson Co.' 0' 10-tf door. to Osceola Pharmacy. 10-tf April primaries 9th if and
j 'F'or Cyphers Incubators poultry sup that .you pay it yourself. See the were among those who took advantage of The floral offerings were beautiful 1 in FUNERAL DIRECTOR '. ;
For Sale-Three, good mules and three last excursion from the West to \
and Arthur G. Dustin notice of tax collector inth is
plies issue.
Rood( horses. 4-U J. W. MILLER. White strain visit Florida and during the past two the extreme a large number of lovely) and a
Wyandotte eggs see G. E. Mr. W. B. Makinson; is having an week. have traveled pretty well over flowers having been '
'Takach. 5.00 hundred. ? by LICENSED
Eggs 5-tf
Great bargain in wash skirts at II. per other concrete atone bungalow erected the state finally coming to Kissimmee friends cCntt.uted I EMBALMER

',.. C. Stanford Go's. For Sale-4x5 Eastman camera, with just east of the one recently completed reaching here at the Close of last week. The choir was made / ,
of the White Star Laundry outfit for finishing pictures. Value on Broadway above the old opera They were both highly pleased with the -
at Agency the Home Store. Phone 154. new $35; now $16 .if you hurry. Particulars house. Mr. B. Dickf>non has the con- I locality condition. prevailing in this b R of 1 the various churches j and sang j
Opposite Courthouse
at this office 13-2t-pd tract.A in fact to such an extent that i flrfate. songs during the ceremony; j
See those lawn shirt waist prices cut each purchased from the Nelson Realty, "- ./Arthur
in half at n. C. Stanford Go's.Buy . Anyone anywhere can start a mail person would be well repaid for the -Co. a tract of land In Park Garden! ;V.I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA :
order business at home. No canvass time consumed in paying a visit to the and left for Kansas on Monday clos : 6
a Dice residence lot 60x150 feet ing. Be your own bo8 Send for free truck gardens in and around Kissimniee. out their business preparatory to ,rturning e '""11/I//////!'/ /,' -
in Davenport. Terms 'to suit. 3-t f booklet. Tells how. lleacock, A 2144 'There are none finer to be found any here In the fall to reside per, >
Lockport, N. Y. where, and our truckers will net big manenily.
For perfect fitting eyeglasses and money out of this season's crept __ exclusive .j
spectacles, see 1:>.1". P. G. W bite.i l Ladies, bring or send your hair comb ROLL Of HONOR ,e are agents f CMCVuclor .n
ings and havea switch puff or curls Mr. Benjamin Van Duzor of Nichols,
made. I also buy hair. N. Y., i. here on a visit to his brother .
Dress gingham 6 to 121c at the old -- .'
reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. 13-4t-pd Mrs. Howell Bass. Mr. Thos. Van Duzor and i is more impressed ,.' , : ,
Nelson Realty Co. want I with Kissimmee than any place The following List Is the Result of NFp Vudor Reenforcedtt ;
your property ,
he has visited although he has thoroughly
Ladies have J. G. Kimbrough the for sale and can serve you well Close and Attentive Work. :
Tailor clean and Ares r* your skirt*. you have something grad to ,sell and are I toured the State. p 'Ham
iiocks low in
Phone 149. 9-tf willing to sell it its 'The > ; ,
t at List your Mr. E. Pimey who has spent the following pupils of the Osceola

property with them. 14-tf i past winter in -our town, left for his High School have not been absent or :i. \ in
LaRue serves only .seal-shipped oY. ; R price high quality
home in Great Bend X..., on yesterday tardy for1' the month ; :
March 11
No melted ice the
ten. destroy For
Sale2,000 acres of good land fora but will return in the early fall to
flavor. pretty little colonization proposition: remain permanently his trip home being 1910 have made an average of ninetyper .. .
less than 2 miles from the limits, cent in their studies with
Phone 149 when your suit needs clean- Kla lmmee. Well city merely to close out his business.Mr. .. not less
worth closest loin
than eighty-five cent in subject
in*: and per any one -
1; J..G. Kimbrough. the Tailor. tigation. 14-tf Neloon( Realty Co. I and Mrs. Kuicks of Pennsylvania and not less than ninety-five in
I who are old friends of Mr E. H.
Eggersglue -
Mr. M. Wells listed his property with deportment: tl.
i A Princess dresser ir a charming Nelson Realty Co. on Friday of last I are spending a' few weeks TnKissimmee. i
piece of furniture for the young lady'rI week and in four had sold They made the Kissimmee FIRST GRADE
day. they i it -Rebecca Newman ; Costs
river with Capt. Johnson the : no more than
room. W. B. Makinson Co. has them. to Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Tampa, and trip on Corlean
Y. 10-tf have steamer Lillie last week and pronounce Bryan, Norma Duke Ruth
they clticens of Kissim
) -'\. mee. We welcome them. 14-lt it one of the most delightful trips they Mitchell Martha Urdas, Ruby Oliver ., the straight Woven
Let J. G. Kimbro- 6h, the Tailor tab7CJUr have ever taken. Roy Bell fleece Tiner Gordon Bullock r

NO. 10.order for your Spring suit.. {Phone 9-tfPennell e laid For, situated Sale-Forty within high limits Umbered of Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs. Eatey of Michigan who Edward Gets, Ernest Hyde Lon Dann y;., 4'w ,{ article t

adjacent Snell place ran ideal are spending some time in> Florida, Jr., Harry Arnold, Lillian Harris'Tbel- 1!'

bi7: agent for Sayman's Vegetable location for a sub-division. $27.50 per making Kisaun'nee their headquarters ma Gilbert,, Leona LaMartin, Lillie

(,, j Soaps and remedies and Ordway'sPlasters. acre. A. W. Gustus- Sanford, Florid last were week passengers to Bassinger on the and steamer return Lillie and Williams. ' ;

!;i' ;.,,;;' 4-lSt-pd M-ftpd were delighted with the outing. They SECOND GRADE-Jo. Makinson, Grace .

; ';' Ba 'a6.cre farm from the Davenport For Sale-One of the finest orange left this week to spend a few days.visiting Eleanor Graves, Percy Oliver, Pansy '. ';,J'

Colony Company, seventeen miles groves in the vicinity acres of fine Tampa and St. Peten u.- Bower Myra' LaMartin. Fay Tiner. .

'" smith of Kiaslmmee. 3-tf bearing trees_and 60.acres :of land on Ada Louise Simpson RE-ENF "CED"'d.
nary roaa ana one mile ana a quarter Mr. Geo. O. Bean who came to this Ruby Grace Bass, I lasts three t

111 Go to H. C. Stafford Co'.. depart- from the city limits. Write for particulars. section about the.first of December and Mamie Pilley.

anent store. They are the originators I 14-tf Nelson Realty Co. located at St. Cloud, but who later TIIaDGLaDa-RoyO'B.rry, Walter HAMMOCKS times'as loag
.f low prices in Kissimmee. moved to Kissimniee eft for his home Bass, Milton Tiner. Ned Bullock Edgar
in Nashville Mich., on THE KIND THAT LAST .
For Sale-Two houses with beautiful Wednesday. __
Bryan Frank
Mew hotel just opened at Davenport, lak. view (should !be! called _"Lake Mr. Bean will return with his family Bryan Henry Singletary
: ; seventeen nfles sooth of Kia imme.. View") at prices that will pay large about the first of November when he Sadie Bryan Frances. Tress, Grace Gil- t
Good fcantinjr and fiabiD<<. 8-tf dividends from rents and will always be will build and make our, town his permanent bert, Mary Tiller. Doris Dane, France. '

in good demand for Renting rooms to home.. Mitchell Ruth 8peakm n" WE ALSO HAVE .:

For bargains in resident Property tourists. 14-tf Nelson Realty Co. FOURTH Gaai .
Mr. C. G. Holland, of Indianapolis a-Nonce Driggers., Lytle 1"1' '>J. ,
track-lands and call
orange groves on
Ind. who has been
spending several Alfred Willie Gets
I For ; Grady Crcmar-
i. H. M. Beaker Kissuam Fla. 4-tf stock farm contain
days in this left his
tor home
:r s.. l.-4 ,: r j c: inc 1.<<10-acre*.". plenty good
r 'r After November 15th wood wills be water the" essential elements for stock this section and thinks there is a great It. C Bryan, Bradley Harris, Margaret
$1.1& ttran delivered raising. Can give you a bargain, and future for Kissimniee. and Osceola Stanford Helen'Psrdew.:Dick Bullock Vudor Porch Shades
/': ;- '} f' ...._..lJIambttr.Co. on favorable term of payment. *\
Xjr,1f county. He-earchased 260 of the Clara
.. . acres Tins KatieVThonpson.: \
"" .. f' J 14-tf( wtc i r Nelson Realty '-0.' in six, eight'and ten
HcCoollanda. which he I
- expects to develop .,
-.ii. -. Firm '
? For 5.M-Lot'of fine celery and let GRADBt-rMargaret Bass, Lois
+ next fall.
'''tt'\ >tae plants at the Model Farm, jut State Dr. J. C. Davis. licensed optician by Johnson Frances Swope, Toncie.Baas, foot lengths at ;,

.cross the .railroad f ran the Ina., Park Hotel1 Optical i for Board........, .can He.dftbe bo Men of at .The ateamer Lillie'Cast day\Johnson Violet Bullock, Nettle. Newton, !Bents .. .....- .

\ r relieved brought up on her last trip about a Arty Prator Gilbert Sam .. ill .
years standing with glasses by Story.Eddie ,
Who keeps the largest and best as- Dr. Davis. Eyes tested Don'tneglect dozen pssssngrs ,and .MO boxes of Campbell ? ,

.i.' i< taUva.Bortatentof W. B.form Maklnsoo tnreTr Cci.t.--Anybodywill: iO-tf l yourebildreD' .,.free... 1+kti oranges .and' other, produce. .On the SIXTH G&wi-eCoyGrav.V '7>* it .1.rt'f.:. . tVJ iI) : ; .
southbound trip mhaf carried two lane ,.... Bnyder. .! ::
itl: If " barges heavily laden witb *for, .' Marie Boyd.'vLUlie. ;' ;.
Help Wanted:'' A mldde-ag dwoman For Sale-6 or 10 sere tracts of.fine freicht ) Drbjffers, Celeste. ''I' < "" \ .
r ;$,.lC..* girl 10 to 12 wanting a bom will do muck lands in Park Gardens, where the Bassbursr.the aodintrmediiathwlnta. / MoseJey.iMaartne: Dann,' -Helenl; .. t : : d
f: ',oIL waU to writ m. for particulars. Mrs. lands are rich and fertile sad will .pro Owing to low stage of water this is Bass, Ethel Gilbert tl; Lll>lan Prentis. attractive
the 1 last the LUtte ,. cry
} !-:::A.: s.Zl-U.Lsnlqgton- .' Pin ,Castle, FJoridLti"W duce furnish bountifully you (ood all location kinds of for erops&Can hotns la .I tne-pressnt trip, the, Roseada will having make been for Kathryn Get*, Dor' Newman- MyrtbeCollier -'pri > ',. *"t** .t.> *; ,

;,'\ the ''beautiful hammock with pretty I put on in,hstead..'vAt > Susie BelL 4feKS *4 &

?. )', 8 Fashion'.!,,1'urbanbraldaare palm trees and live oaks for shade.Lotus SBTVKNTH GRADHLawrence Tress, ,. .' -
t..;' :" '.',' Send your cosnUngs+ to be made show you Park Gardens,. and; you ,-, the Presbyterian, church next Sun' LyUs torf"llonD( f Anal.CemartMy' . ,- " # ;'iK
h -" Quickest place',to .America. _for will buy property of'us.there._ _rL 4 morning: at .46--Uae BtaaMnst., JJr. KatUeeo. Murphy "'",
14-tf > Work: willgive'a' specially Qhistrated Bearoen, Leona ;}A
\ .braids, .wl 1tcbei.I toupees and wigs. Nelson Realty Co. : J i I
-. i.Acme Hair Co.* Savannah.; Gsw 10-btpd I I sermon. This will be a great treat.; eepecially.for Robeiwny Laura Thomas, Margaret ,' .>> ,s..". G
(i', The Orlando Reporter-Star of TDur.; .the, young.folks.. It will Giles? :RubViPfevs: > ( ? :).,- Rae, O'Berry,
," ,' \When th'new'bouse'' i Is1 finished, then' day contained an account of the : tr\: .*.4 comes.tba pleasure,0(.,famishing each I net.. jury dntMngW' A, O'Quina guilty the Sunday school -...' Dr. Work < ,".-
:t t NOm;' -vTbs stare where you can 1M the of shooting RyA Johnson'' .bv that city will also have charge' of the morning Tw EIGHTH: 'IWBau..ntBr7an? ; ,Edward the thing .to: l' 1f ,"'l._ ,. I

fIi-1"<" best lines at the most reasonable priCellI Tuesday night of last week, and who service at-11 -o'eloek-and the' evening Newton; }'Abjr N.wmabfiEvaWbodall. make a hot verandaa I -, '.' }
"" J*the place you will go.-Where is thaptacsT ; died at the Church 'and Home -boepJtalon..tKonda' service at 7.30. His powerful presentation .Mae Williams,Bettte Pherigo. > .u or "
,, -Why,,WAB. Makinson Co.; ofconn -Q.nighti! O'Quinn is well of the plain gospel truths is a NDTTH GII.4DE..Lottl. cool; cosy
*. ,if "J; T 10-tf known in Kisalmmey,, and at one time :great blessing_te.allwbo 1 hear him. AdamsLucy; retreat"PdRCKSHADES. *
f. served as offlMlftoy,,'<> the, Valley Ga- Buckles Alma Griffin., .Rosa Newman.
i.: Notice given to "all contestants 1 in lette. ( ;',:\\ Ii \ Mr. S.; W...'Ph'illipson was 'In the city TENTH: .GRADE-Inez. Carson, Elon > 5- 4 a t..1
piano contest being Conducted by '" Monday from St. Cloud having arrived G lice,
r the Kissimniee Drug Co. that all outstanding Died, at'DaijjfvlFla., on Monday in that place about three weeks ; And while
n'' coupons must be Voted before March 28th. I I L I, lone Wheeler from Cuba. His visit to our town ago ELEVENTH GRADE-Clarence Johnson, down towrjjet) us showjyou aoma': -

.1 April.16th. After this date all coupons daughter ofer Mrs. J. A. Wheel-- for the purpose of locating a house was i in Kate O'Berry Iris Oliver. '

,will be dated and must be voted within aged 18'e The young lady was which to open a photograph gallery.'bn t .TwElJTH GII.4 Virginia Tiller. se NEW FLOOR COVERINGS ae
_. 80 days after date stamped thereon. brought to this climate by her parents after looking over the business sectionof Eseitr Winn.
,. 12-4t suffering with pulmonary troubles in' our town decided it would be Art'Squares "
to his :
the hope that her health might be benefited advantage to ground and build 9x12, $3.50 to $2 .00 each
Twenty-five to thirty-five r>er cent I but they had waited too long a house suited purchase to that baai-which Notice to Fisherman .Matting-15c-to'3Sc-per-yn'rd
"reduction on spectacles and and the end :rOil
eyeglasses I came above stated. he will do Notice is hereby
9h', for the as soon as a suitable I location given that the law
next thirty day. Over five .
:hundred pair to be sold at cost. All new I Pat Murphy, erstwhile politician is tound. against seining the lakes of this county Cloth, 35c. r .

i. goods. If you want a cheap pair or a booster and all-round good fellow who Mr. J. B! Hale one of our regular will hereafter be strictly enforced All Linoleum, 60c to 85c per sq. yd.
rr good pair cheap come in and see aboutit. claims the entire state as his place of winter resident, from Omaha III., left parties interested will take notice andgovern
. Satisfaction guaranteed. residence arrived ifl4he-city yesterdayand for his home on Wednesday tq remain themselves
tt.;' I DR. P. G. WHITE will remain with us for a few days until October when he will return with accordingly.C. F. '
f"r!;i. 12tf Kissimmee Fla. in the interest of "Murphy's Pocket' his familyandoccupp residence PBEVATT 'r1V ..
Guide. For years Pat has .attended opposite the court house "
-t- I>r. EX C. Westcott late of Atlantic every session of the Legislature, and i is completed last week. Mr.,Hale which is was

I ; r';! City a thorough student of mechano- always looked upon ss manager of the ot Kissimmee's most enthusiastic boos one fur fxcb nge. -'

therapy has located at the Oraystorie. Third House. Pat served with distinct ten, and says there is 'no other place i in Timber land and improved farm in -Hardware
and Is prepared to treat patients for ion aboard the battleship Texas during the
United States that can equal it for Southern Middle Tennessee ,for Central ,
., to ailments of any charaeter/bvt), makes a the war with Spain.and is today carriedon pure air and water and hospitable 'or Hoc them H3r'aJMUpd : ilTpl'n': ." ,
: 'I specialtykof nervous diseases. 'and indigostion. the pension roll for injuries received and that he never Urea of singing people L FRAZfra, ,. C 0 M P.Ib.

.'..'.. -1I; "' 12-tf I while, serving Uncle Sam as a sailor lad.I its praiserto' his Illinois neighbors. ( E thridg ,.'!:!!!.f!., :; .-- .. Nx, > 'rl'J -

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[ ITo-th Touring Car for Sale +++++I+I+ +++++++++++++++++++-I'+++++++++++++++++I++++.+ 42k-;
W. C- BASS Westand FOR SALE !
> < uring. car in perfect order.
rt i ,'\ Northwestvia \li.l'1'I 1 .. "The n rind!car is wheels as good, 2 extra as new.inn . 23,000 acres ol Timber I THE CASH STORE I S ,::

/J' Wholesale and,Retail Vvihso. ,heap if bpught at once. Details Ltinil on railroud.1 :'

.,"' 'L,I'...:".. .Pealer, jr, ' at;(.Ui, Valley tDBAWCR88 Gazette ffice. ,Addret48'" I 20,000 )across!, of Phosphate ) 1 . First_Door.North.of _Postoffice : ;;1:
) ,' \ = ;,.',.". ' I?: ". '4V; .J Orlando, Fla. )>> Land. ; I.- '" _. . ;:;,: .
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;". Fresh Beef Pork and c- fish and'Oysters.Fresh .' 20,500: acres of Pasture :I: .. There you will find SHOES/'HATS 1
,r w> > fish and oysters every in Land.SOiOOO. ++ ,
the week delivered to any part dar the UCl't'S'of Virgin :: DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS; allot best
city. Ueurden building phone 176.
4 Mutton i .of -CHAD._.BASS. Timber on railroad. i quality, and lowest prices. ti
24.000 acres turpentine -
PHONE 4.Sprfgg.E-\. Lv.Lv. Tampa Lakeland, A.A.C.C.L.L.. '. ..11.45am 10.80..Jn .l lands,80 acres with I Call Before e Buying Elsewhere I :
;r Lv. Kissimmee, A. 'C. L .. ...'1.05 pm 10 acres bearing) orange !.i
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Lv. Orlando. A. C. L 1.38
g Lv. Sanford, A. C. L 2.65 pm pm grove. : 4111 I I 1+Ml t++HI+* f'l' +"I'' M.+++++.*M"H'I I* *+++ ,
:' e.m I Lv. Jacksonville, A. C. L. 8.40 pm y I IV 19 acres In city limits, .. ', >
: Lv. Waycross, A. C. L. \ -
Lv. Tifton.Ga., A. C. L 12.65 pm am good,house and ]outbuildings NNNNSNN. ... N.,
+ tCLEUING Ar. Albany, Ga., A..C. L. 2.20 am with.acres of bear, > }
; 'I Ar. Americas. C of Ga. .. ... 3.85 1i.M '
1":, Ar. Columbus. C. of G. .,. 5.46 amAr am wI lng.oraiigegroTC,15; ;, acrestine4ruckland'with' S 'CoudlReal" Estate Exchange',
I ,, PENO":! \ ;Opelflta,'- lai i C.of Ga. &66 .mAr artesian .
,,' Birmingham,, *
#' 'r, r : of Gall.:,, .41.30 m I r well thattlbW8'oTerltU <<, -AN 4 4-j
Ar. Jackson aTbnn.?L'C.
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,:. YMWN.AI/,,, t1,1Vtk Ar Fulton Ky., L C. . 9.10 .tit 1 1u + > gdllonsper>'niinute. : h Mir
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,, ,-. '..-..r.tIi.,4i. :-";:,:.}' Ar.CabroIIL L Cr--... .-*-?".". 10.10 pm go .1:1": = HW.3.-.( .... .. 1 4d'ol' I -- -INFORMATION,-. --" --- .. ,. ,
V ...':....- :! .. ,,;. .)-. Ar. Carbondale ai., I. C..1LO1 amAr. $tor lnfermatoq write'f . ... .
t J.M' iro s!' 1.;boaaa:rad olotba. St. LouU, *tLC... ..'. 7.20 'j'" "" 6 "f' .. 1M.... ," A.E'DROUGHT; !; .
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l'b! C\mJ : Ar. CentraUa, IIL I EC. :'. . 1.20 a4i .
,, ". *_ ,L' V '/:- Ar. Mattoon. IIL L C. ....... 8.06;i m m''I d.NOff. a ,. ',', '"16'v', ., td; Notary Public..State .\.w.c"-rt- $t., 1ONd, i o e '
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.. ttaoucfc IrCtKt! Pullton 814 ii-'r SAl .u. I." dl V 1 rrm Jndel'lUlty Bonds. 1 1ens
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\ / and OUcrrktloti Can and Fr.* K J-I 4aA' : Lsj+pm, ,". wtC'-.. D..d. rec M'W.
'If"j! : ', R. I' tithing' Chair Can Jacktoavill to C J>, .. _... 'Ei 'a .."tt} ., ARA P-/'f"/ 00'1'.i.l:" ."" t16 l";; jj't .
; DinlnC Cafm between CohUnt u.r"SSstolKW ... f Iit! !! Ii .. -
V' Y 7'U:' ''I & 1'Jl tent or .:.Bi "iSeed 3oar ffl' IrA
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f r_ ; .j\ ,1t 1- . ana iL $ IM Parlor aye + ,. Buy .f.ouses d t.f, oip an'014 atapllsbe4Plotidafttm.j :. ;
s 1'S"-7..1.; & Car Tampa to JtekMhvQF r. I 1. /'r a: q llli' li flcoro J:1i' I bit, ". . $r- ,.1I "'i
EalEstatsQgegta.! Fur Sleeping Car RMemtioru or any ] : '> . > ,
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y u#;l ounce Notary'Oftl", 'i11ObenaA'Public at.utae Pllua.q J.E. Sharpe&.Co.l charming th&WW.; Aak tor.i equal'ee theI ..' and BUILDER, '! .: I'

r Genuine All Wool Book and KODAK FINISHINGExpert ,
a &, rDRS 1 place your,confidence .in the Plans and Estimates Furnished, .
J. W._ SIMPSON_ ,' I .
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Staple and Fancy Groyne! work at reasonable ]pnce. Delivery .. '' ..J .;
: make whatever you in 24 hours
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"-, .: up.i.lrs iD Kau DuUdl IC.ornCJi AND. COUNTRY: PRODUCE ; BROWN. The Photographer
t 9 .. m. too 12 m. 1 occasion 'of special, note.
: HOURS: r 1:30: to. :30p.: m.. Rear of, Southern Colonization Building jto4'}
a ,TelepboneNo. 76 Jun lvr KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA IGJCIjVMBRgjJGHT'E ide'doorLocal The Famous Nenge, Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage, 50.OOO ( >"J
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'- _PHONE 176 : views of Kissimmee; surrounding Gasoline.Engine 2. to 50 H. P. Steam Engines 5 to 200 H. Pv
o..CCF. X18SI101SE:
..zz country Boilers Any Size. ;;;
'-G.F. KRIE3SS Preaching at St. Ooud TAILOR, Stamped Metal Shingles Ceiling and Outside Walls-Any Desi 'n.', 'I. .!

',. i .- .' ''ATTOJtNIY..ATLAwu. : Sunday school every Sunday at 9.3:I i Makes'Clothes That Fiti \ .;
4 Great a<<.rt. 1-0041 TttJooe wm.A a. m. Preaching fir .t- and third Sun Send fort Prictf Card 0. '

y ., '-.....necI....,Aek..a.-eoodtor Ia> -te-taaen.L- 1tt.-.-d..r- :. days and-fourtla.undaya-YtV3 at 10:30a.m.and 6.45p.. m...-,-con tfN'tia.N -a I+i -Phone-.-149--- -- -Kissimmee-----::'.",. Phone- ----181.--- -T Kissimmee__._..__, Flu._'n l.IRON_.._..._. =-- -FENCES_.-- AND MONUMENTSc' '!,-
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: Gardens s ,ef. Diseases., i .*., SASH ,DOORS. PAINTSCEMENT J RING'.'

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]Qeautiful Suburban Home tracts of "'kwT; tfo' to,(Reme Them I: .' : "J v, .. ':' : ,:

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fiveTacres each-In health giving pine -- 0.:
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Do not neglect indigestion which ,: ": '
t t* timber'looking across n'brond: .prairie N' aU aorta of'"ills and complications. : : ( ... '
.; An. eminent. ,doctor- onC.f.ald: "' /" to Kissimmee City-in 'viewW' of 'Court. SEE HERE ," .
that ninety-five per cent of all the ills L -"
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House, High School, Churches' and lake, of a disordered the human stomach body have their orgiA. In .. ,'" :, '' -,I .' 0'

making a pleasing, picture and 'giving A physician who made a specialty of '-. : '-: ,'"'."

stomach troubles! particularly dyspep- .' . ,, "
imposing location for"n home Fifteen : .
an '
siaafter year. of study perfected: the : "
minutes from Hotel Graystone, .- formula from which Rex Dyspepsia : buy and are receiving each week goods in .,i '-- '\

Tablets are made. -.- -- : CAR LOAD LOTS rrrr w, :N:
A few nice dwellingson these "High- Our experience with Rexall Dyspepsia ,

Ian ds'Aahd prices will double. .' . Tablets reads us to believe them to so .we are ,the people whowll| save you money .' I
b'e the greatest remedy known for the ,
when you are ready to buy .
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At present they are $350.00 each. relief of acute indigestion end chronic ,

t dyspep ia.' Their ingredients are soothing -I, e
I\ \ the inflamed mem- 'c'COQKIN'G
J. FV1 VVILLS0/N./ JR.. branes.of the stomach.\ They are 'richinpepsin STOVES. I RANGES GASOLINE STOVES '
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FAI.( ESTATE AND INSURANCE:; ono of the greatest digestive a e- -- '. i,

31 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA. aids known to medicine. The relief QUEENSWARE. GRANITE and TINWARE .: .
they afford is almost immediate.Their .Ii .

use with persistency and regularity fora FISHING_ and HUNTING TACKLE_ AMMUNITION.
short time brings about a ce Haion of
the pains caused by stomach disorders.. HARNESS COMUMBUS WAGONS . C. Yo I

Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure - . t

healthy appetite( aid digestion and pro- 'POULTRY WIRE BARBED WIRE IRON GATESDRESSERS .'
I See Our Goods mote nutrition. As. evidence of'our : ----<-- .... ,---.- :---.- ...., /,

sincere faith in Rexall. Dyspepsia Tab- IRON BEDS BED_ SPa_ IN9_ MATTRESSES .... r:
lets, we ask you to try them at our .

risk. If they' do not Rive you entire ._ TABLES'CHA( S WASH-STANDS
And get prices before buying. We are satisfaction we will return you the --- -- --- -- --- .-- ,'

the Originators of Low Pricesin money you paid us for them, without -PORCH ROCKERS HAMMOCKS, SHADES, ETC.
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Kissimmee. three sizes prices: 26 cents, 50 cents

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I them only at our store-the Rexall ""

WE SELL Store. Osceola. Pharmacy :

Apron Checks at . . . .5 to lOc per yd .
Dress Ginghams . 7 to 124c: per yd ANNOUNCEMENTS.for' .
40-in. Unbleached Sheeting at . . Tie: per yd ,
Shirting Calico at 6 to ?c: per yd of the legislature I-W. ,8. .MAKINSON: .CO.
Quilt Lining at . ,. , 6e: per yd I .
Best Calico . <, .6) to 7c:per yd To.tb.Domoentie ..Voter of OMeols COUDt:1I : r
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100 pieces Dress Goods from .15 to 76c per yd hereby anaotinoe iB7lf u a Ddidat f v .
Poplar Cloth assorted colors at . . .2Sc: per yd Member ol tIM HCMM of the
Cheek Homespun at . 6 to 8c: per yd Florida IjegUUtur. from O.c ol Oountjr. inbjeci I IA'a ,
Outing Flannel . . , .7 to lOc per yd ,o4 caun*, to UM wlchot tb. DexMenMo KISSIMMEE and ST. CLOUD '
Elegant Line Curtain Goods . . ,. . . .7 to 28 Totem fa the primtrl.i to be held as the Imo
Elegant'Line Serpentine Crepe at .20 to 25c: per yd cI.T"1..1'. 1910 and iwpoct rally MUelt yeas .
Table Linen . . . . . .36e toil peryde.j 8. 1.VKflXTS. .
tSelatier Cloth at . . , . , . life: per yd -
'Table Felt, 64-in. at . . . . SW per yd for *kmb f of tht'l'letisfature+ ,
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VTebl Oil . , . . Ii.
Cloth 25c
1 at.
>> per yd
Ltneri Crash at. . . . . 10( to IS'per yd A*......WI8U..of__........ r..ow TRUNKS PLOWS
Cotton Crash . . .. . .6 toUe'perydThe'fBirMMU'Rub : ti' se..sae..sslld.a._ f..___........ fit
Dry Towel at . . ..35ct '75c f r ...tNmtab tLaM..aa/.a..... ,1.11 Y
tidies* . . . . . .' '. ..Ute D.e.areUe.
Shirley alsts : >> '
: .Wcup'Skirts. Rf..yb.e .
.-n'ra......}//t) n. . . . . . ..".,-'- V . "II.....IDCKII. FURNITURE RUGS HARDWARE WAGONS.
S.e'i . . .. . 95c to $10.scL: .10 4Ladies' .. <<
Petticoats . .. . : .B0c-M99aeh nw .. f..Slpbl' v wry
Raincoats . . . . , . . $5 up "I .. .. .. .." _, .
Ladlks' D>at Suits -. . . ..... ::. . . . .. !?:"." upLdl.s' I atuare..w..iirssts.r1WM. 4w.ft..1; '
Yea . . . . . . .''l0 to 6OeLadifsfKisfSnas .I.etbSA.ta..aa.1agwwbw. 0We0II.Cd 1t. ...w'G.u.I .rsU.a.f . tile'' ". ,4 t, -M nC .,.L. -'
i . . , .ESe to $}.6p each: ........ .
Pure TJnn'tac s, . . . . . ,6 to 25c 0. U.1lkfekri.a tm/7.Meftarea. n.rp.elC. ",.." .. .. ,
12 dja.Juj.iknM for . . . . :. 8e f w.!J1UnDr. ' .. ,..- __ ...... ... II
Gold Needles, ner: paper. . ---"'-. . , .6cLadies' 1s .
i Coatsiai fIHrhetera at prices. fof'CObmtytYmtr.'
popular .
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Enormous lot 0* r-lMrJI" riel at ridiculously1 low- rieea. f ,+>
I h.11b3'w..ea m'es11 efit. f.e nt" ,, I Ide
Line ofTffbaofU. 'N 1 +
A beautiful Dress Trimmfaig, -etc.
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.... Aboft'wha".. iivenyou pnees: on a very few items in our I.o' I.
i n* mrartdrweU Selected stock. aj. I, D..0.fuMrsi . ..n r ....J 4 N.S',1 M/.,,
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Thiakinc..e vo* n at Ojesola County for put SURE--SAFE.. PUEASANT TO TAKE +<<
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,tide for N .>illu.W t>. . BUILDERS ta and farOsenU OMBIW MhjMt M....aetiM*fOn '

DwMntfe.' Primary te be haW Mar tlMltOth.ntin o..m-taIa'. c..h Yo..-_....-. >. Motber.ef dtfloV :
4 1110. If d I$.dge to the td s.rsrslof the .
ConMy a mttai..M .t fmttkfn]....., Re .d.Dft'd.ia .. 1t/'aVon m ... ...... c
Wood Brick or Stone'GUARANT8Err'0UiVE J.I.OVBRaTKETT, ,...... h r..Jlt 1 bottle>> :::of s ,

nataccNnhe cold or irri- r..... Rsjmtxly bandy., Itt.tios

) for Commissioner o rihe' throat sad pectoration and eff et. a ,I Will .av.manjr 1.smxioaonttfttts r

PERFECT SATISFACTION I.., the oltciutlon>>County...' "...... yevmpt. .. ,'perert. d peflt'txrr.1 : ." I. sss_ adfe, Ltsf,' 'sMTl'.. ,Ilk.It. 'l'\ '"

hetebyannousoe' isrwl'; eandidat for thoAc .. ,
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w .of Cooatr CoxBilMloBet for ib.6th W :
\' lrIeof OxwoU Oou" ,,Florida,.ubjaot l to the : ' '
IIoKiSiff flee. Florida Dtmocratie primary eloeUon to be heUllcy10ia.m 2ac$1.OO For Sale Ever rh ere,
,' .sad I pUdt.,..U.1f elected,.to olseBarte : ; $"ix>o::.50*.."20 - -
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.. ... ... .. ... . all dens of JIM office that com before. /. "'. d ,
+... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... to.'to la*bent of my tbdlty. .
: 1 1. K. ALDBRMAN. s
=. Old paper can be bought at this office: I u ;:
at 20 cent: per hundred.' Juit what you WHO SELLS KissimmeeGranitoid .- '

' ; need to put Under youf :carpets, mat> .''Stone-Works r'! ,
'fC. 'W.Griffinj tint:, etc.
j YOUR PRODUCE? 'Mak.a e:erythlnr'; la ;:Ceroeoi i ;'line. ,
3 w aaach as Blocks, Piers, for Houses., Cement -
A I WAY'OPEN, Sidewalk:: Tile>,Porch Columns, .
.. ki Fancy> Family 1 Groceries 'DEA'LlNQ' Sewer Tile, Su>n." bleps.: ',Chimney -
1 LEARN THE BENEFITS OF WIT' '" ..... Stooe> Can flare you nearonehalf. .
.r. MEMBER OF THE LEAGUE : on piers sad is better than brick;'ODe
Fresh. Meats.Deliuery 3 Matty a Klaalmnee Reader Knows half the expense on chimneys.
It Well. The National of Commission I Will doeeoeralcoDtractlatr buildi
League Merchants relationship
: Hour. governs Oil ous of wood stone or brick.: Cement -
I\'prr Day lOt
L any. lYt Mronafrefl-SOIICUea. j There is a way open to convince the between shippers"and receivers'and provides for fair dealing always.J' work In all lines' All work

eu6ueh lI jAr Arrfk Jht 4&itkt4ifji* JVjfl j b Jk k Tk kdSk k A J greatest people have skeptic.made'Itpae Scores: ible.of Kissimmee The public "Crowers'and shFppers' should send for Free list members in 28 guaranteed for flrstnclassrAirent the celebrated"Co'urtrlgrtit-r f't H

statement of their experience Is markets and other information to metal
proof the like of which has never been ,
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Haroia, Rootina produced before in Kissimmee. Read B. DICKERSON,. a..I pcaas
this ease of It; given by a citizen: National League of Commission MerchantsDEPT. ----. -- - r v
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i Fla., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have 1O, BUFFALO/NV Y. 12-4t
been of such great benefit to me that 1 .
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lame back made it difficult for me to
,, I i get around also to stoop or lift. No I. "DBALKRS: in'(
". -- ,. position I assumed was .PEBE-y: 8z ARNOLDContractors i '
.. comfort.ablP'1 Fancy':Groceries Grain
: and a full night's rest ,
1 -: 'The above iUoatratioa U from a photograph of th*Plaa tllc1a try BnflS question. The kidney secretions were .. i iI I and Feed of All L '
fag u. S. Department Agriculture W"1i D.'C. I located in the so frequent in passage:that I Often had
I heirt of the city and U covered..-ith F AROiU"'ROOaEINa to arise from six to eight times at Kindn.We ., .
also vies PARO1D for $table$, barracb: wmrehoiuet,etc Doses PAROIObecanso eight. I tried various remedies and I & Builders I"i i solicit part ofy6Ur trade. .
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A It flnde' nothing as economical: i 'V / rubbed my back with liniment but to Country Produce Hides and Furs
, t PAROID is the ideal roofing for barns stables,sheds poultry homes, no avail.:;I finally heard of Doan's Kidney t. bought and aold4 . ,
warehonseatoutbttUdings. equally valuable for roofing aiding. It Upermanent Pills and procured: a box' from the '
,u easy to lay,Is spark and cinder proof, contains) :fro Kissimroee Drug Co. They dipoeed of I KISSIMMEj:, FLORIDA. "
\ : 1 tar,does not crack: and does not run in..nmmu.4i' :t-1Otr. the lameness in my back.-strengthened PLANS and ESTIMATES el.t
i What is good l for the Government will btr equally my kidneys and rid me of the necessityof FURNISHED :--.. ..'.- PHONE-: - :---. ---==-=
Call for free sample of PAROII and see jnst what it is.Jif ok of tip. rising at' night. I cannot say too .
tomato Poultry d Farm Building flaas tree for thosaking much in favor of'this effective: remedy." *. VANS .AONEW, ,
'For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cu. Qn Stone Brick or Wood .
I \ 'W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kissimmcc-St. Cloud I agents Foster-Milburn for the United Co., Buffalo States.N. Y.., sole '-1{ ATTORNEY AT LAW....... E,- ".

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, \1"1' I .. ..._..I .' Notic01 Application! I foe Tax I NOTICE.j : Notice Order To Do Business I:

Gail! for Democratic Primary .an. ab r a "hr+n ,.. 111..1 .. .r 1 hI' 1
r'r t 1. r .o, I h, nor r Deed I n
[ledions fOl'M I Of KM l./T- j j 'Sale of School Lands.I 5th 110. the Council. of the <- ity of kia>iinme. I t omptrolk-r'' lallahaiM--; )1- L

( , 575; Genera.] Statutes Florida will ...-I" "-Yi' p f1I. to receive _led "he.--a. by natiitfacUiry rvidtfnce |>_tad te ,
t I.. I ba6r
111voting >IQ >ei I. brig for Fortr-thre One Thousand Dollar Bond.. the underaurned\ him \tfvn\ made to appear that
;.. l he Untaa l .ralbtummllk.'rr. 'rdr.. COo ii 011' .>rf ih' Abeynm.r of State of Florida. TMS44 Moanl of Education will aell to Uvtiwrttant
,/ each aol exceeding aix per cent annum tn- a banking! aaaociation under the name of CiUaea ,
t. 'v' ty lathe Htate. il Plurkla. b"r.. .. s. uhf pnrrde ) tan a* coat k! 1:1 |W aM '..allotMl and bat bidder for ea,h the foUowini per
NoteL r horvbr gt\-, that II Johiuou. treat payable aemt-annually. Bond ta mature u hank f Maaimmee located KieKimmo. Florida. }
/ f.>rtbe h-ldla oft lumixni.' prlma-v ,nll l try prlriU9d sari !lIItj'utDd! under inertir.ctloo. dcacrnbed landa Ijrlne: tn Oaceola couat)'. Florida .
-baMTof lei rtinr-atc' s" (;. dated the follow Five Bond. In live rear AVe Bondn In and onraniaed grader the Jowl of Florida .... t.
..le>-tio>.. to If bald ID ">'.")"n' < wltli the of' thi enraailUo an I ... .. i lit :.l; of Ju.r. A O.r.\" baA tiled aidrertlnlat ten rear, flue Bond. In fifteen yean, otirtit.'twewt7 ,,cAntnlled with all ihe proviffion.. required to ... {I'
: held laF nu-h
f Ua-.of florfla. eald 1 1 prtmarr *o a belt toe pri.ited. only tM name of > udl in tvwnahip TJ "'"'th. Wore r!eaat: townahlp ..
.. in m uf8gb.aod UAA ju 4i .natl.-.a lorlax rear ten Bond rn twenty-five yeanand compiler. with by the Hanklnc t-aw.or the Stale rof
> -appi .
th legal &; .....tI.. towaahipa" .
aid ODuulr - !.e4 ter haw aaA !Cetv* circa ft* guy i % and noge't Bart, ti
-f. : ., dd to ....u.1n acoordanrvi with law ..aidrertifirat : ten Bonds in thirty roan Florida before' an aaMxrlation shall.. be aDfheh"y"y
BoUlBC plea. In each ttnrttnn dhLl1 t. AenaxLbYWnflcedby4w r"r1lfl. tr7 thhatrrnan, of the Htete' trn r 90 and 31 __tho rana-e ea.t. contaivm 'tt1..0acre.'.iraro the f'I..llIar[ proy' 'y The Council reaervea the ria-hl to rexet, an:' !I I&4d0 mmence the bu.lmeu of Banking j I Ii
h. the .MIdlorrArlw\ 11-- C'Mutiilttheu4 lb''' II.trm.a..f tbe Matt *
; .fltutedmfhrrour. I- lnndalowlt and .U bida.j I Now Therefore, I. A C ('room. Comptroller of .
I tany
9 tlona, on Tuesday, lothla; of M<>, A b. i10.for Conrf'O'jnal!. ( oron.ltt1arr.ogod 10 *Jpbbetlne .- Pray the dale of the Aral appearance of thi
'I' i B ;lnalna; ... cliaink. writ rtt the northcaxti j j.OJy"ordn-of Council thia lath day.o March.: 1910.I I the State of Honda by virtue of a-jthority vetted 1
the _Io..a oell I'cru" rack > an"I-1 .."'.". sari next In order .hoJl'be prlntvl soles until twelve o'eleek n-... Mondar. Apnl II.
.1, ( of lot J, nin wewt' 4.3: rhatOM, thence I (Seal) J. K. GILBERT I In me by Section -02 of the General Statute ofI II
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danrl loromc, Mab-end rant, I" l I.. vot d tuc naui ,/l lu* ryUBO 'Aaot." ..., and IDau A D. ". aealed b U will be received. br Alber
I t HDI of t lerk. I tne State- of Florida certify that the CiUaen p
kuth by net onea bonndarr Morcaaavenue
s for by the iMiaavratb: eleotor. at litneral I it a i.r. p.t.rj".j( b t ttna committee I W. GUchriit. Pneident at the Stata. Board of. tduntfa I
', > 4i chain*, eajt 6.1t. shoot, north II W Bank Kiaaunmee.. in the County: Oeceola' = and ,
election to be held' Horrmber %. ivl'i. aud tot betfaalmil I "t Florida

,+ k' by the _... '. (\trti-kr ol the I he eald 4ominttt4ihal, al ux>n. yo the CYlj; rhaloewlxpsalsgalllo &rlroollnwtlehlp1ta 1 I AU bid mwat be to Albert WGU' Notice. the State of Florida U authorised ta imramiaui t
( . ,tb Raof 21 Ra-r. NoUaeie ,! that the Council of tMCity the bualneae of Banking under the name above Z
heretqr civea
iuate fur the enauini two Fran.W day after *""b primary/ or *4.oaer If ell the re- ehriat. Praakteat of the 8taU Board of Edneatioiot
i Ytt MId Uod belnc aaaeaaed at the rigs of of 11:___ FlarMa. win reeeiv. given,! with capital rock of Thirty Five. than*.
tnrke. are ID. meet it thr county fmrt booxc norlda, and marked rBealed IM far the Pur
I nKCOKO= PBIbAHYPtttit'ad'Ihat and ubllny rrmvaoa the return* anA : a aecoud prln">. whirr gas | n. .nd Seweran .-N T8eada1' April l'l. under my hand and seal. of oAice tht 1
oeindldaUhave" -b nominated by maforUyrobloteaahcoaaty Stale .....of Edaeatian teeervea the rfefcto "
ewgnodertbaprorlsbeof..f4lawn.hall omo. end in what I Val_ ...d certlttrat, ahall be redeemed aceordinc reiect, any aad all ...... IP". at Id ... m raraonawiafaina-ta bid. oa earn tt.e'hth"' ef March. A D One T'hsaaI
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.e held on TUeedar, the Jib d.y of June. 1 U>, .law 4 lame and Nh. Hundred. and Tea ..;
T- neu.d primary will hare te he held, to tax de will thereon osLhs2ithdgotAprllAD a. oreer of the State...... at Education wW Bad plan aaaoaUlatl..l the cmee elf >e '
. lID efcooae avatweeh 1M hlfheat t-aadldatea, ( A. C. CROOM. :
| l 10.Wlturvo the Clark.
tt Oltr
and MCrecarof tbi committen 1'1' A. D. 1'UAUBUtT ..
where nomination. .hall not bare beeto made and the chairman lane ..........
Ir; n>r bead and TBeial aaal I thu. tbn : The Ceendl the right te reject aai Cotnptreller Btate el {
' within two da > thereafter: shag: certify to NG1LCHtIBLrrmaai ...
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the ring primary
Vy majority vote In lath d.yef March. A D., \PIO. aadaJlhida.By .
Il-4t B. [. McUN. I _.
1 Exeeutlra!: (Commlue
,tbacbalrman of WeBUte
, ..4 aiewh. ; eeooad primary election only eachelentenM : in aaidrxrantr. (* a4{] AaTiium. e. DOMCUAK.tX ._= ,.",. craw of Ceaaell thai lOW eay. of March.110 : '

Vea ,qxtallaad |o/'rote .* the Ant I that rwnU of aaid priaaary ameba J St; C.1. PIt arrest r..urt. Oeceala Co., r... (Seal] J. GILBERT.
tb. ult of tub precinct, Notice' of for Tax Horses!
ti I. primary eleetlon ...." be pVrmitte4 to roe bowing re> Application Clerk t
1 The Democralla Committee eallln aald prl- .ad ahall alto] c.rtlb the Chairman: of the =-- ----'- Deed Under Sections 57'and -- -- .

do.gram4rttal C: iaaiiU. auca taxi a. to tbjTb Notice .
eleeaWai IB ejaeanMnaee with awe herebydeolaraa \
nut ..... Notice ot Application for Tax Deed
o' General of
r Ote -termi and ooodltlona./ oo which raDdJ401ft fee 1fbe. 00.. Notice! U hereby given that the Registration 575. Statutes

i; legal. eleclom oKennx to become ceixtldatne, dnrliloo aa to.,....... and ruliugi of thUamty Book of Onceola County will be open In my ofce the State of Florida UDder Sections 574 and 575 I A

1 ertevote at nteh ..-1.ban lie rc,ard..d OnaiHieaa shall a. fatal aa the lacandidatoa > Naatt at Klulmmee.' Piorldatom March TJth Kejttce 'In. hereby given that J. H. Robin. of the General Statutes of II I :;

1 j - taken aa proper memhem of the Cemooraticparly iDcltadiuc: aa em bora of Legbta ItJO, to April 2Xk, ItlO. both day t.>lo.lw., ea. eon., piirehaM4of Tax CftotI""e.. m. dated
1':' tara, bcloracar-b prtamaiy.hanbr rwT1e between the hour of t aad the State of Florida. o
euuiled Anode
,and therefore fe,aAlelpb0nd ) eept a. m. ,
the nth dav of July A D., ID**, bur fled aaidcertlfteaW ,
' he candidate bNon.llyd vote.atwhteb election lolbteleg gaeemma0a M Ddl4alM. an ttnuxtadtp. m. aad a p. m. I In nu omc. std haa mad application Notice .to hereby aHven,! that Cllcerrou.'; purehaeerefTaxCerUaaateaNoa. ''e'1w.

.. M follow.: Mf*,' < -, Krlatf for..ration olBcMeataBMrmtedCkmntr And the hooka fur the vartotu. 1Ltrtcaw11/. for Tax Doed to tamie. I In aeooniance with J2IfI.1I\III\ sari 1WO: ..

OVALIFICATJON Or CAJOlDATKH') I .b1ghM N Ilawmtf Rap"atlw" 1t1l.AIII '' he open fn precinct. .t lent 2 day during t the dated the latdar J._ late: Tax CertineateiNo 1,
law': Paid certlacau.
, r (Thoae, .nd only thorn pi.may*A all. be..- :Cou'"J'J...... .'::..l'-. ... ? .... 1.5..00, each week of thn period, Time and place will property.allmated embrace la Oaceola followingdnacrlbed county., ill aad 41.. dated the Mb day ef '. 1M; ", t,

e titled to aocaudida&M before or to Ydestar r Armor of TaieaT , ... AOAp'00..00 be floatedby each Deputy Rcci.tratloa Omeer.ii i Florida,to-wit: North halt"N'tolMghtlfot( ) Tac CartiBoatox. w. Le/ .... STa.. STlandK.dated .. .

participate In the mtoaxemfnt of enpri.; : Cc.IIt . .. ,... C;..W. alelrRN i the town of Karoooaaee In 8..rtlon :JU, Tewvahlp >rd day efjalr:130*. haa tied aetd eertifVeatea ,
f . tJp1lrparrlaorNRrslrr.Udr
2'mm rer 3'd+ ..dialrll IRON irpsrtimrN ( .
/ .ary Uctlwa d14MMOD.marMlaDaKr1. .. Marcy, 1te tradeu. 2/, Houth Banga Kant. Ia my gabs and ha mail application la.

,i aald conntr who are while Demo ratM eleetore, --, - r==::::f=--' '. --" H.ld .land belo.-ad I at the data. of the ta:dead to leeua In aoonrdane with .... ?
l' I Couotjr PU..Utoro. ::11I.OO I Y 1' ' the nOowinc deaerih.ed _
who.declare lhel .dbe/rnre to 'tha principle\ Notice luuaoce of scab oertiaeate the la name of Said certifteatee embrace
i' . '
sari.rgarbatloDOrthaDemuriilltpartr' -Xaflorl fkhool CpgmlufrrD.It(PIlI' JIG I I property, .._tad la Oaeaoia county, Florida:
,. : Votiea i., ....nob'.I April 0th. Did: Ia Unknown. Udlea laid certificate ahall he rednemod
... :
and _vha by'the law.erf 00017 .l&olOllar. r-- t.Of wM of ni!: aba heirinnlnx S ch.*of nw cornel.
Htaae COantr an which according to 'law tax dead will |IgUe :
I . . lad day In parUee dax-lrlns to qualify
.. 2.10
11Da1l1M"b. Peao* I"'e 12.11I chfc each paralkl with '
the Meat lawful lector of tlte diatrlet lu of aeU Ot Mtt aA
1 of D., '"10.
Cotutable" t.OI vote In the Demewrattr! TTlmary on May loth thereon .n tbrnh day April A.
} I.... ... R. B. t cha weat B.1T eh*. north 4.14 eha te be.arinaina -
( wbbhtMyoRer to vote who | ld |bnlrmoll
gyp and AraIgrrd and. Ju..b.. It10;car par their Poll Tx. ltnea my band and official seal thlti the :
The following are hereby apiolateri I baainnina A cha eaat and 4 m) chi flofses
'. .IfOtII.n, doe the aeeond Haturdae In ;! alao.
attention of March A D110.
i I I ilnmin to call the of all partle InMMCuted. tut nay '
tl... aatd
a* ItmxV-V>r> and of ar aathotn. e'4\ of aeU! cut 14.17: cha.
cloctlou *
the month praoadlng web pnmary< to a raocnl act of the Lecialature, (_I. Aarnca K.Doxauak, Darner r ;
fA and who ball, when ehtflloafed. hr any eleetor, MOD: I then parallel. with BRA fha. then wet 11 eh. ,
' which prohlMU' me from accepting Poll T.... 1.1 fit Clerk Clronlt Court, nacIo"o., Fla. 7 .,
pladxeIn writinn upon oath before an lu.'pect Prcolnot No. I Klwiliomi-e: M I'liaun. '.al -. -- --- -- then north <.:!Ii eh ta bectnnTn. *: %,- bealnnlnaee .
W>tlierf-, f "' ,lalker. 'lniictor) .: W ft II... I from other than the party tbcmaelrm .od pro ', :90 ......'. lie
d 01of : wart north
abl le aud Deed corner aw
t t.f, hi honor to < If support the re- viding' penally for ...., Cb.ptera.-II..d Notice of Application fat-Tax
i' ..u.of uch primary gad "oti for lh" nominee well, Clerk.Practnet I rods eat 20 rods. maW (H) red*; .... beftionlnflrode .1.: McCRACKEN
f thereoi.; Dig :'i, HblaidaCreaa: Waiter, Mo vler. WJ9 ectlon 11, "'ct.10'.1.\ Under. Sections 574 and 575 >18 wont of ae corner of gal!< of awls weet IK ray rayThe
XJ/T 09 6VFICM TO U* FIHJ BY TIIK Walter' Bronaon, W W )..*'), ftttMx-tur. *: H I II March. .17th Ifill. C.Tax Collector. Ge'neral Statutes of the rods north 110........eaat U>rode aouth SO tads: alao,. :

I I. Orenlrcet Cl 'Vrraclu I the weat S-i ef the. '(of*wV >alao.the. DLttDCaATICPfIldAltY ELEOTlOlf.xaob !: :: : .. Old Horse "
\.1 1- r ..., asp-:I---_ Reliable i; Man'wllf
Ko. Campbell W W Clark. II : c ":s State of Florida.
eumtorlnth. mid Bonny quail fled to
}Ji'' oteIn aid& prUaary1 oUDtloa, Phi hire the JohnMMi, Z T Klala laipetriora: Raymond V I i I Notice of Election Notice b harebr given that J. R. DanearaB ourchaaer ...... then!"of nwWef awJ{ of aeM, ; alaoctheaUof be In Kls&itnmee about April 1st .

: jrfcrht. to tote,In aald Imariaa.. for'Uaeoaudldateiorl'nUedBiatee Lanltr, Clerk. lataeeordanee ,,with
l aeaato rreolnct No. 4, ('eifhurji: T M rut Marlon and nrorkted. It M hereby: __oed and July A D IWv. haa iliad rid ............... Inmrefaeeaadhaamade bring. la aeetton *. taarnabip fA. tooth nne.Icert. wit another carload of srood ; I

qy ;; OaeeandldateforBepreMiatatiTeln v Warn D. If H l-artlo. IDtpaaontJ' B Willi..... declared that an election will be held a* W hit- application for tax deedtelaaaeta .( .

' i fTwooandldaVw- Ju.tlc of thn Supreme (Clerk.iWluct. tier, " and tor Special. Tax Diatrtat Xo. 1, accordance with! law. .The aald land. being ......... at the date of the horses for sale. He will nave (
? Court.Two. No. -t,, Urabb-W U Kettle.' N H Oacmla Oouuty, FlorfcU. eu-' lJ _rcl.,. -AprilJnd &.... the following deaerib.prapartr laeiianre ot auch certlfteatea In the name of Unknown .

', eaadtdate 'lor Railroad Commlwloner. BlotiDl, arid Rudrw.rrndeapa' 'bn; iII.II' "u- '''0. to detarmue who shall tenre a* altnated In Oacecla Coontr. Florida to- Mia BmrnyOhaaiH: and ,,_ ShallhartUaieeaeaid just the kind of animal' you want:
, IrIaaU, Iertt.> ., ..J.'j .' / In_,' of the atataald'', Special :Tat-,BoMat eerUnoatee. .haII' 1M aeeordlnar _
lor :
caadtdatte date .ltor.
One .fi 1 : ... ''If Bal........ wItINof'Ibeut 1
Pte01ROt11p.Ir.whlQltm' lobe p
', - .av-One candidate for1ne..ber \1I.-lIouaj" 6fItapreeentatlTe. tHatrlot Hex Ir tor-iwe year next after aaldl Quarter 'of Nbrtheaat Quarter ofBeetkm to law.. ; tai deed win Ueue therean oa the

.. a Baaa, -F 1 -Hod..ID.l 1IUI.ctOh.dOI"ia. :; election I end to IU the number of mill of Dla' Townahlp tl. Houth ..... W 'Eaat. Hth day.,AgrIL A, D. lOla WAIT FOR HIM!
%; I :
{ oaeia.da.llw-CwntjJudgeaud: Jodie:; icing, Clark.j trtet School lath to be IwrUdT for.each of'aald eoeilelnlnaa.iea.. Wttneaa,.offlelal alcnature and aaal tale OH ; >
i 'nelacl'l'o. \t..IIII.r-W W Cbaodler, T'ba.aa bwd Wag aaaeaaad at date of theheuanee ,
of Count* Oonrt. two" yeara. , drt of hUrch. A. D. 11* .
f '... .a.. CI.m.p&-Cb.. tampimll. lonpoctori; wlhtama of aueh eerHacate u the name of r '
r' One .n4ldat -for rrdte0utlol' W..iU.Oedwin.O.a, Veaa.I.r. la. I. ; Oonuty ) At -..Truatae.
r $_ torM,. W, P U..loUt. Clerk.Prtcloot W Tlaon.K peoton and.W. ,' I.II.a.s"} fk" of aaldlection. '" aald certificate ahaU he ....-v'- Clerk ClrcuH Court o.->ia eoa"".. Florida. GAME LAW ..1PLMrS

; l.y v; One candidate for County A>i..aor orT..... Mo I, Nartoares-John_ j \; eordhna-w. bra, tax deed will fame thereoavoa the -" -- I. The b ', '
....0.., R L *".... Ina,...,_.: Y W Hill. Dona orde of the Board ot Public In.traction I r' rlma
hr *
Florida thU the Stb eo.
,OnoeoU County, 4
't'r' 4NatadNab lor County Tren.nrnr. r W IIIIX./ T M MUBPHY; day of March ,*.:1>.;1910- I Wltneaamr hand and.omeialaaaVthla the Mth /la aooordahoi:t' with the law ID caae CHU fOlK 1
OaaNadkloN/NsuperlrorNBtgbtntlop Hvoretary._ ____ _" _ Chalrnmu.-- W.I.' Jl1&! &... ir.0. Bea.BupttrlnleDdeat. day of M."", A D W B. 1'iaee, and provided.I* hereby announced and It'. '......'....'.....1'.. ,
elector In DONtXSAN.
Xrcry each school board diatrlet (HealAKTHUE
Chairman. declared I"'t.o election.will be held In BauinU'r. Jar.QUI.; .... p_. .. "I I
'tA ' .hall have the rllbl to rnf for nee candidate L Estate otC _Ht Fountain Dec'd. Clerk Circuit Court. Oaceala Ceuntr.:: Florida. In and for Special Tax.Dt"'rksLNo." 4, Oaola W IOMaMI. tie. 1-waaebt '

} - - .tar member of the. hoard rat punllelwrtrncMonfront I I NMlua I. hereby siren that the uadernliTiad Notice of Final Settlement and _t__ _-__---r 13.k; r.. County, Florlila, an Be-turdoy. the Iud ... .doag_' '*

Mich diatrlet.kVarreleetor I of April, A: D., 1B1O determine who ahallvrveaatru.teee ,
dmwblrabrettbmabol. O. II Fo ot}lndeoeamd for Discharge.TO No rc'e of Application.Motice day - -
In each County Comtnlealnnene Application of the loreaaid Special Tax
r will on Motidar, the 12th: dar ofep- : bxnerebx given ta all' whom It may eon.oent..JIaa& - ALL WtlOU IT MAY CONCERN Nofor two Detl.fteraaa
School Dtxlrlrt I
ember next, make floal lettlemen of -hi* adtmlnUlrallaii on the 'r>th day. of April 110. I wiltmeW year
didate for County Oomml loner from .uch Notice In hereby (ien t.uLltb. nndoralirned, election' ; and to fix the number of mill of II i
of said late and apply for i application to the'Count-Judge of OaceolaCounty
District, ...... a. such ailmlnlMralor' .. a* rnardlan ofjlra af Lee minor, will on Moo WepgmmtN Diatrlet School tarn to be levied for -each of I 'a ,
i KTer/ elector In each. Juatlue DUIrlrt, to-wIN| : N.C.; K.r.., AdmlnlMralorMtrcb dart the IDth day; .of June, A. D. 1MO. at 10 for aa order to> eellat private rob for aid t.o wear 5Bobort Cafe LaRueA ,1

'y .1'01. II. !II.
f}'' +-- -r ne candidate for-the offlou of Jnktlra. of tti"Poaoe .. -- -- - /fIVraatlon ID the. bounty) Judjte'a omo. In Oaee- ?watt Walter, Baaa. 8r. deceaaed. I'I.-.s be- Durrance Impecton. and Kd, A kin'man

; 1' lu their reapeollTe dlatriot.Baeb. Notice ol Attachment. ola.County, Florida, and will apply to mid IntbtMCoronaoforr.badBWeof Florida r Clerk.' i

r tector in each Jn.tlce District to-wll: Court for my dlenharxa .. ovapdlan of mid -'bod a* tolbwcAU Done by order of the Board of Public Intmctlon :
itatnuf Klorlda. 0.Co"ol. ,. In Couutjr :30 E La Carte
:'A S }
of Section .11.Twp
No*.,," lord shall l have the right" to rote for minor. J0HK M. ...., part ; Oaoeola County, Florida thin tbe Hth
r Juilga' Court.: north....1 of the county public road running -
candidate for Conntable In their respectiveJnetioeof Ouardlan.PIOTICE. ;
of D.
i i1dmolYly day March A. 4O1O.
{ To O. . Huttla.You alonethe' right of way of the St. Cloud
r1 the Peace Diatrlet.OONVJIN1ION: are h"rnhy nattflad that a writ of attachment ,/ Boer Belt l -ribecIuloilowo: w j sxjk.* ;w. c. a***.. '., j

';; right baa been .Imund aalnal you and ;out AU of the nw1!i of said aeetion e c ptlnx Flan Superintendent.. ___ Chairman,
Kaon. elector abaft bare the to vole for .
I property attanhod to aatlufy the il..maud of the /' land aouth-eaal
Lake Canal and all the Irlna: 'L
and tlierc .hall forTax Deed
Mtate OonvenMon. Notice of Application
, or at.ln'iJl W, B. Maklnnon Co araounllnj tn,IA7.M. S between aald County road. and Fioh i :
therefrom and }
alter th ..... of the
the ballot
.appear upon Now nnlMM you shall apu arDAfora
'T ...aaadldate, the word., "For a 'oiivenllon. Krlbba. County Judge in and for said county, All the wee, '4 of the nU of aaid aeetion ...- '

"y, ..'r I gndoAplDateQparsotpm" ," *n tliat the
C' I'. Won aa to whether or not tlic nunvrolpaahall April lUlU...' 10 o'clock la the forenoon. Juilif-. 'The State Board of Bdueatloei will Mil: to. the' and. Fiah. Lake. ., State of Florida. Up-to-Date Styk. 1'

- "he rrl1" hy the Ktate Demoorat.e RxenuttVeCommlltae !: hlxheat and beat bidder., for male the followlnadeaerlbad of mid Motion "
moot will be rtndttred agdnayou, and yoorpropnrty AU of the ae1 q of the neU exeeptlnc -
that >S.
NotMa U hereby given Btratton.
Putchest '
ii.} ahall be,determined at 'h prrtuarywleocloa brig bruaT la Oeeaoto _.t.. Florida hinabetween laald County road. 1.
aold the debt. that part
pay / of Tax Gartlncata No.1*, dated t\ae.... day
j f by the elector of yliU' Mala. Hated Wf.6lhrbyWolHlaYAkINbON 0. AU of 8aet1oa '8. In Tow-aah'p Booth RanceMEaet aad Fiah Lake.AH '
of.r..,. A. D. 1000. baa filed aald eertlneate In myAce.
k TH6IOltQUALIrYINU/ ,.eoatalnbw of the ne'/4! of aeU ef ..... _tlon. ..iceptlnxthat .
A Corporation, Plaintiff. .. and ha. wd..ppllatbe for tax deed to lamia
have hi name the date of the nrat ..-..- of thai .
Eaeh pereoe Asides to printed part lytnc bttmea aald County road and ... 1
accordance with Said certificate em.bracea
KtocMon ballot aa h oaudU notiee until twelve e'eloeh moat N......,. April .
toe Prlntary Fan Lake.Alao
on daaerlbed DINNER ,
{t the followinK D<a.tad 35 ;
I If
.... ,..., county. office eball file'with thev.ahalraaaaof Notice of Final ettlement and U. A. D. {PI"W. bleb wUl be reoal-Ml. br the undivided one-half of the nw)" of th. in Oeoeola_atf'. Florida towtt> : :
tBU ooamlttoe, on or baton the Albert W. Olkmra .....Idt. of the State Board. aaKof the**M of aald aeetion E1. Twp >a rangel ef aoutheaat of -
( Bontheaat ouarbir quarter aoetien -
? ilth day of April. A D 1910 hi. notlo. of'eandlctooT Applicatl Discharge.. of Education of the State of ........ e bringnortheaat' of the..... County -... e.- t*, townahlp. Ml south raace M eaat. '

god appUcallon. to have hie name *0atrlaled Notice la hereby en that the|underalnedM All bide 1I".t be addraaeed to Albert W. GOehrleb oapunl the enat-half of the aaat-tialf thereof.Thle The sold land beina-uaeeeed at the date ef the t,.

; ,k I UpOa blank to be ftiralihed -by the A, mlnMntor of tb. Botate of Jerry M. -of the Btale. Board of KdueaUoa application .to made to eomet the mlada. kiauanee of such eertifleate la the name of UnUaleaa .

aald ehalrmaa and aocompanled by the amount rotor" deoeaaod, -will on Balnrday, July tod. of the Nate of Flerlda.The eripUen ,In a former petition .._tad to Bald k_. :

"'''n'' w f hi* nnaaeiirt a* apeelned below, and roM 1910 make final aelUement with the County State Board 0I1Cc1__" reaarMa the rbjrhtto Court M MIl the. aame.mada, and ta reform all _eerUneate shall be redeemed. acooraVtna Will Serve Ice Cream ',

ouidldate shall be printedo Jade*of Oeoeola County, State oIl'lorida. and rejeet any. aad Ul bar the ou...... eat preoaadinca thai eon. .24
fal.0 of My noli ....... Beard of Edoeatkm. thai All peraaaa ........ohjeetiao ta the .rranUnx'of to law. tax deed will boa thereon on the llth Saturday and Sunday
... Anal .
... or_ ..... or returned. II printed ./ .A.raay.eIrMlIo6. apply for dbebaryeyealdAdmlabtrtor. Brotd.eef the .w wrist. wiU Me the ,star with tie County day d'AwiL-A. D. U10. .
'" .. -- thUprovUUa n Deibta, 1MW. a, U D..OrmavrBBwi.Adalauatrato ; llth day of March A.IV ItlO.ALaiarr JuOro afereeakl on or tan aald date 0 I'I ':
r (
PteeUeat. HENRY T. BASS. i'' :1
W.OfUonum. Ird loo
said eb.I roar .balllamedletelr *Krtate ofKMtmo. ;
!; har. beer oompUed. wltbL ., aiailMt flit AateiakMrater ef mid eatate.March .'J Clerk;of Cirralt Court Oeoeola c..t)'.Florida.
*bere fter larnleh. toaach-- _n. w.- Jerr ... Potter. BrfcatcUx.Sal.amin '. ,.

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