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 8, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00432
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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manure in dollars and,cent a's we value I ) of\ne.. vegetable garden a* can be

r.STAIf'.: OF FLORIDA Commercial fertilizers, as stable'lrIanul"j JNew Eden Plantation .Co.An'Enterpr'ise found In all this most favored section.' TUE'PRAIRlf.! LANDS

adds much valuable
'. humus; to Mr. .Thomas evidently,has an .xcept.- ... '
as well as direct plant food-'and commercial tonal eye for the beautiful .. hi. beds ..

\ Is Beautifully located to Become the]' fertilizer is. valued! for the 'direct '' Here That is Destined are laid off and leveled with the precis Of Central Florida, Are the finest, i

Greatest of All ProStates 'plant .food only.. Experiments Established ion'as though, he'were making: ,a rose Conceivable for'
r. show the following, /, The humus of the #I to Ben (Great Success., y. garden '-on,-* fashionable 'residentialthoroughfare. Trudung ,

i duong ; 'I,i stabt! manure). worth quite as l1)uSft Every vegetable he.. has '. and Farming..

--..... '' to .the -soil as the 'direct plant food;, planted, which Is almost every variety \

} St. Cloud. FlJU. March 30, 1910.: !{Valuing the! phosphoric acid, at 5 cents r Wonderful successes have been madein winch to plant citrus fruit grove and I grown at this season, is doing well and The following'artiele; which 'app.tredi i

Dear Editor:,::-I receive so many in-:{ per pound the potash at 5 cents per '' thissection. In the growing of fruits a fig, peach pear and plum orchard, 11.,- whel'his residence'' one'year In ..Kiss, in the-) Altoona (Pa,) Time 'of March v30th

r qalrir regarding our soils. and fertilizers -i, pound and the nitrogen'.at' 15 Cents per 'and vegetableson a limited scale.the' so banana and grapes, as all those;; immee ended his profit) will be great* ,. is onerofha most conservative

etc., I thought.it might'be of Interest I pbund: 'a fair average value of the stable ;majority of the truck farm. not averaging fruits will| do>> exceptionally well in that er, we venture 'to say;, than ever came regarding! Florida that ha come to'our '

to the many readers of your valuable .' manure may be estimated as follows over five acres each, growers. usually locality the water being a sure protec- to him before in the same length of ,, notice and was written bv a'man who y

paper to..pout them up through : 10 pounds nitrogen at 15 cents being content with a comfortable''' tion against any fold snap that may time on twice the money invested. is not only) qualified to judge but who ;

your columns 11.60; 10 pounds potash at.5 cents, 50,i II living and a thousand or two dollars left ever come this way. .,
Florida Soil.This is a very'lmpor- Cents; 6 pounds phosphoric acid at-S 'over at the end of the year but a c>m- The president and treasurer .of the ,I II tract for a handsome concrete''residence I large portion of Florida. Mr.,Hahman t

tant factor that the many'who are now cents 25 cents-total, $2.25. Then if ,; pany 'was formed in Kissimmee. this-I company is Mr. William. Hahman of;' fir his family In the beautiful'oak has been stopping In Kissimmee for the

I corning to Florida to make their home we add the value of the humus commission week that will"' engage 'in farming on Altoona Penn., a man of large means 1 grove on his property, which will be' put month, leaving for his"home at Al*. 7

teal l doubtful about. As'ari horticulturist charged by agents and freighton such scale that it will require whole and who stands in" the font rank of modern'In all Its. appointments, as wellas toona on Wednesday in which city' he,

I am continually asked the question commercial fertilizers We may still > trains to transport its products to mar- Pennsylvania's. foremost business men,i! an ornament to that portion of our I has extensive, ,buainevs. connections.
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I ,. what is in this.soil that will grow be ,.conservative when we double the '|' ket. This company is'styled the New beside being a thorough judge! Of the j town it will be at least three months -' .

- anything and will not all the fertilizer commercial value of the manure and Eden Plantation Co.. arid ia capitalized, i value of the different soils. and what, before it 4s completed, and in the mean- A'numberof" Altoona.people are,"becoming C

leach away etc. I count a ton of well cared-for stable ma- at 150000. "' i,1 they will produce. .j j time he with Mrs. Thomas and their J interested in Florida as* 'a '''field

Florida soil consists principally of'' nure worth $4.50 to the farm. Its valueis As stated this company will grow I II I, Mr. W. S. Alyea of Atchison, Kan..j| two attractive daughters, will Y 1{. for investment, and these and 'perhaps ,

sand and,to the uninitiated it amounts ; not appreciated because it i Is a by I field dope; and staple --vegetables, ouch,, vice-preaident and manager, will have j i iI the Macintosh cottage on Orange St. I otheri would like to hear 'some, of. the

to little, and yet with proper manipula- product. *,;as--cornL alfalfa,. potatoes,', beans,, watermelons I'I direct supervision-of-- the farm; :and- o impressions i visitor to this ftpm.Our .

- ''lion it la the Irenteat inducer ofioili,1" TJierefls: 8tiirah6ilier Bide of the manure etc., .on an extensive scale i i him will be entrusted its )luc ees. Mr. BIG sAw1i'LIAEIKissimmee ] family bas been here two weeks y

combined with our semi-tropical: cli- I question that has not been duly i I it having acquired something over''' Alyea has spent the best. portion of his and In that time we' have visited the

mate. The gene ;a1 run of soils allover 11 recognized until'recently, and that lathe i twelve hundred acres of land on Lake I life on farms in the West and is thor I country in different direction!: a* far aa
bacteria that manure adds to the Center from Mr. W. S. Alyea a largepart ., twenty-five mile from Kissimmee
the state is similar- -there is no difference oughly, acquainted with every detail Lumber Company Loses I In
as to quality. Hammock soil I soil. The time has come when we must .: of which will be pot In condition. to how one should'be managed to bnng I I Osceola county. We have talked to the

high pine soil, flat land abil and muck; place as much dependence upon these. for planting as soon possible.. A great':| about the best results. With such a Dry Kiln and Planing Mill, t people ,een their farm'and truck gardens '

soils are all similar in any part of the : bacteria and the result that they produce deal of this land is what is known as 'I, man at the helm the 1,200-acre farm \ On, Monday. and their orange grove, have seen

IItate. They can be poor or rich in in changing the chemical constituents muck the kind most sought by farmers of the New ]Eden: Plantation Co. will be _\ ,- the different kind of "soil they have VI H

quality. When 'we hear described a : .jof the soil into a form available I i for the growing of any character of I Ia I monumental .success from the harI I here and seen the crops td which these,

certain section Is richer than another for crop production as we do upon the vegetables while the remain
it is not' necessarily so as to its soil, but actual plant food that the manure con pine and prairie which is peculiarly -Mr. S. :T. Triplett of Kissimmee the I disastrous. fire Kjssimmee occurred at the large climate is delightful 'and the

'it may be much better situated as to tains. With proper management and I| adapted to the growing of field crops secretary of the company, is eminently' sawmill, of the Lumber Co., t weather in March I I. just about .like our
I I 1 of this. city in which the 'dry kiln containing -
transportation facilities and not subject intense cultivation a small amount of and fruits. qualified for the position, having had days. hi early June. The poer..qu'tlon.
I I I about 150,000 feet ,of lumber,
to severe cold weather. The whole I manure will go a long way toward the The location of this pt'operty-b years of experience In office work. 'I ..' 01\.lIat'1O rare a* a_day in
and the planing; mill) were totally destroyed -
state of Florida. beautifully locatedto I maintenance of soil fertility. Rrmem almost surrounded by water ,either Our people are to be congratulated I of i June?" can answere'd l with "A day ?
entailing a loss somethinglike
become the> greatest of producing ber this that mixing ashes with manure ,. with lakes or canals- -and the characterof on the New Eden Plantation Co. locating j I'in March in Florida. When the moon'a

tates. injures the manure and practically deprives the soil in a guarantee/ that great/ i iU farm in our county all it demonstrates I, 15000. full a moonlight nijjht-bera' toward..to lend '
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The-fir. originated, in the dry kiln,
material ; -
Where we have made a mistake in it entirely of the very nuccwui will come -to the promoters, especially that -practical m'n'or'means see j the ot March! is simply perfect

the pant is confining.ourselves to one or most needed by lettuce cabbage and as it ix understood to be backedby in our soil the elements. that will return I, and flames was which first discovered had probably when been Northern people are coming: here1 'to
diversified similar leafy crops. The reason in sim sufficient to it with the to them bandsome dividends. in fruits '
two things instead of grow- capital equip smouldering inside for some time, had I live and they are coming in large num> rj
mg. It has been a severe lesson to pieashes contain caustic lye. Kyery" latest and mont up-to-date farming implements I, vegetables and field crops for every eaten their way through the roofing and ber*. They are coming to enjoy the'
lean all things practical man known this because he well the best of stock.It dollar they expend in the purchase and
many of UK, but we must as as I smoke began issuing forth. The steam- fine climate and they are coming to go
to our best interests from such experierice. !, known that lye is made'by leaching JH the intention of the company to I I cultivation of lands in this most favored pipe which is connected with the dry into business. Thousand of families
this }
Here in this glorious state it requires ashes, and many people with prfike soap at once begin preparing ground on I I I county. kiln and boiler for just such an emergency are coming Into Florida on email farms-
When mixed manure or
just as hard work an anywhereelse way. ammonia anyorganic -' was. immediately turned on, but and If the man i I. an industrious. man; ,*
substance
to accomplish the result, and unless containing I thatit knows. something about farming or ,
the fire had gained such headway
drives off which becomes
one makes up their'mind! to thin, theyrmmonia Mayor Murphy's Message broke trucking and ha the right kind of land '
was too late and.tl1e pressure
done and !
,, wanted in the air If this is :
they had better keep away. OH they will through the already weakened roof and he is sure to succeed. The ped le, ,in,
fin trouble with plants give
succeed The advantage we you your I the the
not great north cannot
the entire structure a understandfuller
in moment was
a I
it of nitrate of soda
-- have over I think I can truthfully say, ; anfood( application City- I roaring furnace.The possibilities. of farming on good land :in
not lens than 200 uoumlB acre, and of Ordinance and Wants
;I per Suggests Revision
Union is the i J
any other section of our heat was so intense that Jt was Florid The growing season I II ao long;;.
hot-house climate that exists the whole ,i you will find an immediate and radical Grade Line of Streets Established.. Other impossible to work in close proximityto ten month*.long; two farm crop and

year round, giving us two seasons to I improvement. half Improvements Needed. the fire and.the planing mill close three truck crop can be raised on good "
Lime. not
in
grow any and all kind of fruit and vegetables ,: Here and an of ingredient utmost value. It .. ._ by was soon in flames. soil. But all Florida land Is,.not goad:
that'will reach the many mar- appreciated yet --- --- i The efforts of the large crowd of vol Some that I I. good and which can bebought -*
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kets at a time of highest prices. These your soil is sour it needs lime. This KiRsimmee, Fla., April 4th. 1910. 1 gutter to be in turf, to allow room fora unteer firemen was concentrated on the for $5 or $10 an acre would cost

seasons tor planting are September. can be determined by the litmus test. To the Honorable Council of Kissimmee line of trees to.grow in health and- sawmill, which was saved after heroic $50 or $100 an acre to clear. Others

October and November for the winter Get a few sheets of blue litmus paper City. : vigor. works both a hose and buckets being that can be bought at$10 to$20 an acre
at the drug it in the damp
store place
market arvKirom January to March' ; GentlemenAnother year of unusual The same authority says: "There is used. are.good for certain/ rope, like oranges
soil for five minutes. If the r,
for ear y and! late, spring market. The I' about pa- I prosperity to our city has passed. More' no doubt but that shade trees contribute and grapefruit, bat there i I. :usuallypine '
mid mmer 'is.of use for home conmptlon. '. per turns reddish you may be sure your new buildings have been erected than to the healthfulness. of a city." W timber an /scrub palm on ouch
soil is field and needs lime. Do not be HOW
s Again,we have the easiest I I during any previous year of its history. There are very few street crossing GROW land, which must first be cleared off,
'possible sail to work-after.it is thoroughly -i, sparing in.llI use; scatter it' thick allover i Many others are in contemplation for l in town. We have the 'material in the I ,- and then it J ekes three or four year;
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and work it in well. -
prepared, >1 The application of lime to land does this summer,' barring any unfavorable marl, and with---but- little expense excellent The.Receipts of the Kissimmee Post. till an orange grove will begin to pay
As,to fertilizer leaching through the occurrence.. crossings could be made. In the cost of keeping it l Irt good 8rder. I
,.' not add to its store of fertilizing elegy office Tells the Tale
\ soil: So it will If fed too abundantly menu, but to correct an acid I While not'/ all of the Improvements this connection, however:! reminder I I have keen,- 'large numbers of neglected
','. That is a mistake we'used to make but serves In of is"in order that' before any such workIs There can be no better or more accurate grovel much older than this that hardly'pay
suggested message one year
condition of.noil, enabling plant I my
now 'he practical grower uses. better,, thereby have been realized still an advancehas done, whether i ip the planting of proof of a town's growth than a com- a profit but I have also seen hundreds
to utilize the elements already : ago
judgment and-feeds only what the!' plant : life stored there. In experiments made been made. I regret particularly} trees -ur paving- any other work of a I parison of the postoffice receipts for of groves which. pay a handsome

will take up, and feeds 'more often. the failure to secure a lot for a city permanent character a comprehensivegrade the different quarters. They reflect' profit and grow more valuable each i4
BOil .howlI that unbumed i
The more humus\ we can get in the soil upon limestone sandy better results than hall before the rise. In prices, for it Is line of 'the streets should be established. : more than anything else the increase in year. One 1 have in mind, about twelve

the less chance of leaching. Just re- I gives effect even more necessary pow than it was a This hall never been done population and the amount .' business or fifteen year old of ten"' acre, I wan

member we cannot h perfection in doubled burned or the slaked of lime.legume Its plants such has year ago to have a place for the safekeeping .. here, so far as I have been able to .. I being done. ,told yield an income of' $3,000 a year

everything. If we did, we 'would not .. yield etc. Also of valuable city-record certain. There seem. to have been The receipts for the quarter ending There other I land called prairie land

have true result Nature gives us all resulted beggar'In weed cow Increase peas in the number Another matter to which I called attention nothing Of the kind of'record,and some March Slit 1909. 'were 117093. The in central Florida/vurrounding the numerous

., that is required to realize all we want of nodules a large which the value of last March and which i I. till property owners are now' complaining' next quarter ending the last of June, lakes here;whichla )the,fittest,

but leaves It to "us to work out the the ,'upon soil enrichers depend. pressing is the need in some of the additions of the grade which is being ,:made for .bow.I..227.89. which was not a.mate conceivable land for farming and track

problems. It i le this experience that This legumes service aa rendered by lime is on. to the town of having the public the sidewalk: They have reason for rIa1''gain. a* was neither the Succeeding ing. This land I.' for the' moat paR-

makes us.successful.: We must.remenv that: those who are t Oeslrous of getting street line properly' marked out. There I complaint, because by right a permanent .quarter, ending the I last of September ,clear of trees is covered with a heavy,

ber that among tne several" elements of start -hi alfalfa and some ethel": ..* are a number ot place where the property grade line of the street, established bowing $1,305.21, yet they both provean growth of tall grass;and .b ,moetly now
the loll that'mafii'tie' growth'ofpla i a in min J. owner have been put to inconvenience I and of record by the city, ahould'I increase. But we find in the quarter used graiing-range'forscattered; ,

., life po se4bl.U,humwoneg.tablemat-(guine-should In 'addition keep bringingproducts and expense by reason of the uncertain precede and be the. basis. for aU other following the receipt had jumped h.rd'et- cattle... Thinland I*capable

i' ter In various stages of decomposition to manure to and therefore, misleading; public I permanent work requiring a grade:., up to $1,941.80 and' the Cl'iartel'ndlni' yielding enormously heavy.farm'crop*. -

". consisting ,of the roots, stalks and I beat to maturity of ,.o aa producethe street line, ,A new and correct .(iAt various time. we have pent) cotKsiderable 81st of last month $2.674.76. I have aeen turnip ten Inches through,
: leave olth. I lat) which! havf grow* quality whatever productsare sums of money in' aporadie- These figure tell the tale of bow ....
; ,,, J> [ va. sulphate potash.This > map of the cty" greatly needed and and oat* four feet high not yet ,to
produced,
I.;, thereon In s'VIM' etate. or the straw I be applied just as the plants' then that the,streets_be plainly outlinedand ditching and drainage.,,but, never with Kisaimmee bas grown within the past beadwith, .traw nearly. a*.,?;thick as a'
can
Manures which have been to /and during'whatmonthai tham- '
reference
J. Uttfr and ahown In accordance therewith. any comprehensive system year, lead pant L : c
,; "' Mechanically' distributed. Not only ,begin tf bk>sseyviJf l I. : of surface drainage, consequently the' ,creaae baa.. been greatest: I$ will be ,of '
rock is There has been no revision ot the city Land,value* aris rising rapidly in' thia-i,
vegetable matter, .finely ground phosphate work has never been lasting or satisfactory seen fttmi these figures, that while our v
doe. such decaying w
..' 'I addled it manure it will Increase the ordinance since 1892. Since that date section of Florida;;and a person coning;
: centers Important chemical, ;fertilizing' . many new ordinance have been passed and even now that aewe'rage i I. town was growing from the first'of last here can pick''out/property that would

elements. but it gives the soil that friability i I yield As many to location per cent.for best success in some of which conflict with old ordinance proposed, there i* still 'no plan to' carry April to the'last of I September.'the increase prove a very profitable Investment,. but

and looseness'so essential to_an growing and vegetables I do not *, so that It difficult...! In some instances off the rarface.or storm 'water.' Every in population and' business was I of- the opinion to boy land which
l''' .. ...., manipulation of it with plow or j believe a fruits, better section exists, in the to know what the law Is I or summer aome fine trees In 'town are! hardly'perceptlbfe: lip.to the latu'r.date, the elm purchaser baa not Men I Ia a.peeulaalion.
cultivator, and so favorable to a ready I killed by water standing long-enough to when things began' to'inove''and'hays
i. find the ordinance governing a
state than right here in this'lake region, where tb I am told that land companies are
of the air and moisture t the root continued to move ever since. One
circulation soil injure ,
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should be Issued
There a
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email farm in the Evenglade
; and It Is being fully demonstrated by specific ca* busy Belling', ,
the growth The I.I indebted to the ladies of h.ring'neyer Kissimmee 'could
,indispensable factor in rapid .the number coming in to locate. book "Revised Ordinance; of 1910. city seen reglwhieh can never be .*
i ,of plant life.<DBN". ,
in raind'c otM the wisdom and + Horticulturist.: more up-to-date one relating to automobiles toward its improvement. The ladle history from these flgures. WILLIAM HABMAN.,

necessity of maintaining' this supply of and one directing the Issuanceof have other important work: in views; Jtwlll also, be noted that the postoffice .,. .
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;t'';, humus in the soil and Increasing It when building permit, this latter beingfor and.I trust the City Council will cooperate receipts for the last six months --, .- .... .

". V..-occasion require- Do not bum off the BIG. lAND DEAL statistical use. and also\ to guard with them in every practical way nearly double those of the previous half Another Small fire- "
"' d' ttaw.-but instead, turn it j the figures being M.S1&06 against
.r .stubble against illegal building within the fire possible. year Thursday morning about eigbto'cbck:

r under,. I Mr. B.Beadum 11s'171OOOAaeS limit. A new fire limit should be outlined Respectfully submitted '' : 2,583,10. This shows that the Kissim lad Cannon building, at the corner of t
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<. Preparing the Soil.-One of the moat In the revised T. M. MURPHY. Mayor. mee postoffice should be In'the second
and incorporated
Broadway and Possiel ave., caught fir.in .
Important factor of' success is in the I Lying Mostly in This ,County. statute I, class,'which will no doubt be arranged the roof presumably from a spark .
: *. of the soil. The futureueenes next June, which will be"a matter ofgreat
\ preparation Possibly the biggest land deal ever An authority on city engineering m'a'ttere > THING Of BEAUTYMr. from the chimney, and for awhile' It
for results it intensive ; satisfaction to our people. Whilewe
greatest carried through by an individual was says, in a recent magazine: 'The looked as If onother serious fire would
: This the ofthe are making no complaint it is a
growing. means preparing I made last week by Mr. B. Beacham of principle governing the division of a. occur. Fortunately, .however'ii'wa*
; sotls'in. humus, thorough drainageand into its central driveway and A. Thomas' Trade Garden in I well known fact that the office baa outgrown 'e
this city who sold to the Security and street : discovered m time and with the aidof
irrigation l its present status, and is not allowed -
under-supply or oversupply
t by I Investment Company of Brunswick sidewalks are so simple thatit I seemsstrange North Kissimmee. a ladder and buckets was soon extin +
of water. In' carrying out this sufficient help for the amount of
< in some cities the relative I
't Gal 177,000 acres of virgin timberlands tljat guished.
I
t. method we follow!" what nature' Intend. I lying' I in Osceola aod S}" Lucie 'widths are In bad proportion and no '''Last fall Mr. A. E. Thomas came U. business the office doe. A* a poet- i There are several ',buildings, close
:, do and th. outcome1 is we realisefrom , office doing 18,000 worth of business. I*
to ,
" ; : 'us counties.. The price was'private butIt provision Is made for tree The system our town.from Pittsburg, Penn., on a I proximity to this one on ,all aide, and
, "'" one acre which otherwise requires I is understood to be in the neighborhood of Oreo planting in gutter i* very tour of Inspection, having read of the I entitled to be in the second class, this had the fire gotten too far to be 'controlled -:: *

jy, at least ten acres. of a million dollars. Mr. Beacham bad; it obstructs the Ili'hway.nd pre-I wonder of Kiesimmee do' the: Valley' defect,will .no doubt .be. remedied next It is difficult to estimate the 1

,, 'The Value x>f Stable Manure-A very i I purchased! this land several yean ago, vents the running oft of storm water.. Gazette, and ao impressed was he that June. damage which would probably have,

:much neglected and yet one of the most: getting a bargain ,at the time many of An ideal layout of a 60-foot residential : he purchased fifty acre of. land at the.;.' Mrs. AuKman f Entertains followed.

I f valuable by-products. I dxt not want tor his friend being of the opinion that-he streets thirty feet between' the gut- head of Main street in North Klssimmeeland -,, ,

discourage fertilizer, but should never had a white elephant on his h.nda. but tejy1 / a driveway', which leaves fift'Agenjt moved hi* family here about/I Mr. and Mrs S. B. Aultman will beat Hon. C. 8. AA was in the'city jeer

, be used until the. manure ia lint taken recent development prove that when on each aide. Of this fifteens the first of the.year.,. He began to put' home Tuesday afternoon,"next, from terday and placid on the Valley Ga. i

\, ear of and applied to the soil and then It come to'a' land deal in Florida h* Lo Floridfip. about five feet next to the his ground in condition for spring plant. 3:30 to 6:30, In honor of their friends, ttft a exhibit of white ble some>Bermuda of the. finest i

," "; if there is not sufficient effect"for the one of the cost posted in th -= ____ the lots should be allowed on ing as Boon U he arrived, it being amass I Mre.'Grace A. Lathe and daughter ever specimens: grown in thla\aectionj They oniopa are

purpose, supply the deficiency by' using We congratulate him -Oria y to place a paved 'walk and the of small cypress trees and undergrowth *ILucne, of New York, -and Mrs..,,.Alice I perfect chape
b commercial fertiliser. It ,is a difficult> er-Stars the r between ibis pavement and the. and today.he'!fable- to boast I't Fuller Bennett, of. Massachusetts. ,_around: : _u.a saucer '
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S.II.I5HLIOK. ( Ii. I 3 5& i't: :> :rte1j:\j: TWO THINGS, YOU SHOULD TAKE J \

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,; I Ji REAL eHee\N\e ESTATE.NeNeeeeMe i! FANCY GROCERIES. ]i'I H --- ADVANTAGE OF ,TODAY

, ". '' j, Kissimmee"FlLgh. 8. "'0. '
INSURANCE It We solicit of trade\
I GRAIN AND $ part your .J:, The'Bbard of Public Instruction met .
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) + t 5 FEED OF Country Produce\ \ j in r..Jt'Ular""e l ;) there being.jprepent 1 Open. .'account in Our Savings!! Department

'r'f; ,Examination of Titles a ''* AL- 't f Hides and Furs. W. C. Bass? Chairman. .. E.' E: Brown ,; r In wlUHi,. .. we i>ay '* j)er lent.' ,

$ .;. KINDS Bought, nd Sold. $ and J. B.. Tumblin,.,afro W' J, ,Seam, .
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1' : "* IU Deposit In our Vaultwjiffh ..
-Specialty.CorresporidenceDSolicjted.. 6. KISSIMMEE '$ Suoermtendent. 1 4.'And. rent Su'. ) .
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i' $ $ Minutes last regular session! were f Ncharged with electricity and',
------ K.AK.11ANw.Aa.NENi1.NFoRD I read and .
approved., ,
: A.--,; B. C Millet:, County. Treasurer, reported ,jfs absolutely"burglar! proof/ \


;;,}' t. ; : cosr I' as Kissimmee follows:, Fla., Feb 1, 1910. DO IT TODAY , \ a

L ESTATE FOR SALE .
fLORIDA .. To the Honorable.B6ard of Public Instruction ".. '. .
.in and for Oscoola County: -

.' I )': Beautiful nter home site; situated; r . I herewith tef ie> my report as Treasurer '

,' \ in the Lake Region o; Florida j of Osci-ola County for the monthof Citizens Bank of Kissimmee
; .1 and Lands, in large)I
Trucking Farming February! A. f)>. 1910. ,
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1 h '109 small tracts Drrj( ds Notions Gr."I. fl HOOF: Pf'NttIn ARTHUR, E. DONEGAN PRESIDENT i
To bal."r" frees laot"O'port i 'H'
I. XTITY PROPERTY: A SPECIALTY ,
1"f"f ; .I '. am. i \4<'<1 "from ftiupt. Aiiff r.odllliI,t W. H. NORTON CASH+ER.' I i 4H
1R' I rttiil Bunk I.Aan I wx> Lint with me for quick ., .
; !< your property .. -- )
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SSOE: W H \\ )t ., I -AN"'D ' Zhiud 1: --4.had muuuft4w] 2"' ''III I+,,1
alell.H. To antH r.*<..it. frrnu< Tax r'oll"'lol. tuh ._- -- ... '-
ii M. BREAKER ..
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4 "Mox I7K KISSiMMhK.: H.\ I NEW BBICK BLOCK TxTr E .
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.. 1 -_- . .- -'- f NEXT TO HOTEL'- ST. CLoWe pni'"1 w.rr,.m.'." .-\ rhl.\ I7a-'1.710-Net 119 0 THE PIOR O e PIPING Q S SflOPS$ ::

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j Osceola County ,. .EHOOL stjB-maT NO :. ...
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; 1I 1 b.1 Iron. !Ia.1 ri-porl CnnQIrnt I 7To \ I 1
r'''l':<1fram; lit* Toll: I.x... '. 87' KISSIDmJ'Nt; ; > ST. CLOUD <
e1 Abstract I Handle the largest and best 'JS
G7 Company r 1:1111IIT , .- --- .-. .. \\S M'

:.; ..... % i stock of High, Grade Furniture in h .nrr/M Ho.L.U T1I.T. NO 1. n. I" I SOLICIT THE "PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC

l' ..; Tn 1'01 1 from U \report| 11 W ,
'0. P. GARRETT Manager the State. To amt r..c, from Tnt Col. IAKM I :R7 ''tt .1rfJrc ''Ii 1 :t tlA
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space It: peal w.rr.nl. ex .F" '5I H. EDMOND SWABEY. PROPRIETOR I.t

;.", ," Real Title estate examined ainti" pp"n.tei) cm to offer you sonic very attractive I II' l..l.ro; ... .-I':-.t+ -

,. ( Taxes: paid for nun.residents !t. -. i...."l "I'H |>'.T.X0. I ,
1 f Instruments relating h. real P.tarecarefully .. bargains from time to time. To hal.n.from l \\t report 1T' ; ..;
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,, drawn nil'1 r.+ i.nt"l fru-n Tut oHill" 1 rw el Thousands AcresOF

I :\* Correspondence' Solicited i Wahcll for our ads. - we make a $..I.n. .. 1 .$64Ry I II. -

;' I, specialty of Mail Order commissions 1..1<1 "'ftr"",", I" I)1" .11m nl 11 717 ,,1 urrlh.l .....,..An- ,_ I
"s 'HI opal I'..Ifln, wrr..nprng111, I I
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and guarantee goods .n.1 w nnlnle .1. fol llovrns i
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BargainsTn represented. 1 r- II.M:1 It !I' 1 IanI r
F llr mn M II PI"I '" ;
I'> 111.,1011"I 1 M II II I'. I II, Jo\ TWILD AND;ANDUNCULTIVATED LANDS' :4'4'Orange
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all kinds Qf Real Estate l"nil.! .H. prfihnr" Se" '
A SOUTH FLORIDA'SLARGEST .....- .., ,u'I I Ij
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: Fire and Life Insurance: and M H\anaII. "' ti n r *i h oil \ 1 Ivl
r Armours Fertilvecs'- Renting I 'M.-.. -.......10 i.rj ...rn '-'II)I Groves, Fl rlftS.and Truck 'i
HOUSE FURNISHERSEichelberger ..
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j "' I Mil M""" f* 7r' W'
and Collect'ng Rjnts a I 1'1'.. I-uun.: I n..I. ..P {;
a ti i .. Specialty Ta Non-residents !IoC "t -- IIMuroll. -;)"/9 I :(
3 ; ., MOST RKASPNAISLK TKRMSA ;
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r : R. O. MEEK I .':' I-lorrle, I l I..n ne< I, I -OTRACTS ;:'
MiKIIIUI. >I Sinrrl.; > ,4' 0) : I
& Gray Co. ...
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Kissimmee. Fla.I M,,.". M I'Ki"71" .. .1'".1 I IX: I'ROSP-UR( : COLONY :';
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1101 franklin Street
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) No -'I I UPlace that Becoming -
I ae4 pr.8.JJar..ea.aa .& .. is
Alderm.n !I.c'1.:
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1' Famous for Crowing l
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TAMPA
H M. TILLER FLORIDA MlSi I .I tic H.v1ic... .. .. I I:1: I.S. l I.- ,

t "1 Real Estate Agency. > "li Haiti'"t I.oMlM ."hiill> ... . )1'.0|..fin Celery and all other! varieties of Vegetables :;-;

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: gMNNN.N.NNNeeNNewH. .IAm P H..thorn 2* (s .
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1. Realty bought and sold. II'' 4 U..t :No I') : nl .
Mlh. Kith I I.axanll M (n
Houses rented. i. i I rt J D.t No 1))
t''i .j Taxes for non-residents.paid and Titles verified t Chronic Diseases Cured ; C:\1./.I I'..lii-lknnp l'i'.rl Murriw'U ''_ "' _H''. ,c...... W. L. VAN DUZOR 7:

fare, Life and Accident InF \\ J SCBTH. exproBHVMilhlTii 7.A .
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HIRAM J. HAMPTON :: : > Seliiwl IIJ.v>k Oiponltory\ I IN' k. .!j i L'Iln..1).r. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,
surance. J : ...t.ntT. iplion Hchool No I I' n. y, .
: F2HVEJICIAN dIt BUFiOHON :: _ __ ,...
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" 4 Indemnity Bonds.: w -- I -mith. janitor -hool No. I :Klinx =- =::- -=-=-::=: -Ic::- ___'_

ff *r ----rPr'''IiI''V'V"' + Successful treatment Cancer Rupture Piles K'dneylandBladder .. \ B MAkiiiKon t miiiplimi, ftcbool' >o 1 I %.. ....................................................................
"Iat.Kink of KTlMimmee fret' on Qe.i.x.101: :! .
i troubles. Stricture Neurasthenia. Liquor and :;:Drug, : -
\\ X Gro School No ,': eSMt.W "
tcra : Canon Co \ .
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WHAT IT MEANS ;
Habit-and '"l: : ; '. :
: all Chronic Disease "
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K ISnennlsboroil pump )hohool No I I.,y lJO1 ."i j f M4iiv' 1"'I.lo'' do' nut know whttt Rrthk Capital i i. for, or the ctjT( .r.fio. b.Wllr ..- -
; w.[ L 8 : The most perfectly .appointed Saniluriuitt in .* JJ UarvffYi* hftuliuif iiupiln' to. ""hoo''N........?;I>W.\\ (I., !! taceura, .bunk. of,.little er no mpUftl. and one wUU .* I..rlf" .I'ltalii,1. 'J.;?."V''" ,:
DUZOR
m the South. Writejfor: 'particulars. 1',1td.y.jMSDSoe/.. . .. _eAT A ItiN'K'K'' CAPITAL AV!!) 6I7RPfd'II! ..
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.1 H Walker, tmuliuif pupiln. to 'h..1 No j I I. the fun1 thAI prutert. trmdurmnftor-i) .. from I...... therefore the larger 1ra.the
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jg ,is .HII"< I) mnlohll / greater prnicdtlau the depe.unr.( < h.u< Th1>- hank hiu a I'
= Local and Long Distance. 'Phone 9(1( Capital l |.',1.)'" 'mi
TAMPA FLA ljl ft-OU hriUlllKC 'pIlpW' IO N4 hOol No i .
1805 Florida Avenue Cor. Oak I J: turplufuud nf 1 to(0"i (> .
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y. iN 17'lava (fS I II No I 11 ....... . ,....... lone Bra'Itai', 1.1.I.ho..t> l Ko 1 I. 1I I J - -
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of Ultimo) U Ran* labor "'IKCI! N" 1 s ofi'
i ts' .' Real EstateKISSIMAtBB The Board appointed the following i Thl. mvaiis ihKt we iiiUHt 1 Lwe III 1 1 ..rNN.'INl, b-fnrf our ""1'''.II or. could Ion. a S
:;\; -,- -. -- -- ---- cent Thin protection U for YOI' ;
.' inspectors and clerks to serve in Sub- 't
'< .. . school district election to be held April STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE 4
\' A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF
2nd. un(d. --01'- .
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K._fIMMtt. F..c.tD..... ,..;

FLORIDA. Office Furniture and Fixtures<- 1 1 For, W.Sub-school ft. Godwin district O.. R.No.3.Bass Whittier J. F.- j\ c.. .A. CARSON Pj-eildent JoBS Vic..r..ldlOol M LEa: N. .' CARHOH CMhiW. t t.J [

(r""""' -- Williams, inspector; W. G. McClel .-----.......\....../.......\..........?........._..%..... 'f
, STATIONERY. BLANK BOOKS. % land clerk.

e lJr:' ., TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES. El C. For Suli)-achool l district. No.4', Baa -_------ --- -- - _----- t f'1KKbA..AKN1M
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singer Robert Alderman W. W. Chandler .
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+ ", W. :L.: WI2TNa : VERTICAL FILING DEVICES W. R. Durrance Inspector; Ed. : M1 4


'f PHYSICIAN Fsmm *s.AIf" euaQEoN.iEie.s..at izw.tr.. .. MOST MODERN .. Alderman There being clerk.no further business 4 the .: Do You Appreciate l | j

... ,.o..4 p/IMt.W7. FLOaDL.T Board adjourned unUU; next regular : ,
t J..' p. I ban inaugurated a Mail Order Department perfect: in detail-you: can meeting. ,
hop with me by mail with the Mm auurance of fair treatment ai you J
would .ronal W. C. BASS Chairman. : ACCURACY, 1
i, W., W., CARSON D. D. S. secure by p purchase. .
P4 \ ',..' W. J. SEARS. Supt._ __ :f PRPMPTNESS, :
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OKNTAL PAMLOM
410 FRANKLIN STREET f

iRIVt/1. UILDINQ ED, BI1CVUIITg TAMPA. FLA. . Photography. -:,, PURITY, # "
i OVBN.09OBOLA PHARMACYori ..
I am prepared to make photograpl a COURTESY,
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r TO .s oli of all kind at my studio located just ; '
'I'r' _>io. HOURS J 5 TO if'T.ft. -' u. above the Midland Ry., on Broadway : and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING you have the Best ;'"

a, or will KO;- anywhere to make outside .: Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone us' your '.wants, i',

k RIVERS D views Price reasonable. and we assure you that 'Satisfaction wtll be yours. >' tti
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, / M./ Ideal Fertilizers J. A. LANCASTER.; .

'd PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, -Notice to-fisherman- - .:i KISSIMMEE DRUG CO.; ? 1 1f

I Orbs Ocoeola Phartas< ',' .
over yr; .
.. Phone 41
;)' y ReSidenc*,63 SIZE AND QUALITY Notice ill hereby given that (,he law .f ... t._ .____}
pHONE8'f Office 148 'against seining the lakes of this county : .
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> .enforced. All '
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-- -- Our citrus booklet entitled FERTILIZING FOR SIZE AND. will strictly
QUALITY i ia now ready for distribution fhe article on citrus culture parties interested will take notice and ,
( Dr. F. .Thoniason i la of special Interest at this season when size and quality can be govern themselves accordingly.
so easily Influenced and when the grower so keenly realizes the importance C. F. PREVATT '
'. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON of producing: a fancy product. Sheriff.
R 'h Following! ? the article is a full description of our IDEAL formulasfor - ::':'::-=0- SUNNY SOUTH STABLES
Office.. Phone 64 Residence. 126' summer application. _u
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TR. J. W !SIMPSON
Ideal Fruil and Vine .1allurt;

F. H. JENKINS( : M' & T's Special Fruil and Vine Manure DKNTISTUpstair !: GEO. W. OVERSTREET

',;, Peruvian Fruit and Vine Manure Prop.
in Katz Uuildinr.,:
W & T!'s High Grade Fruit and Vine .
OFFICE! H OURS.: f ? ?
and Booklet-IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS-- ::3m6to55)p.m) Livery Sale and Boarding
; :-, .Surveying gives aictorial proof of the merits of aboe brand GET ITI Telephone No. 76_ Jun 6. lyr ,

( ,. -CaH-tm our local ajrerit -- __- u -_-_ .-_ -_--. _-_-_-__- .
WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicle. and pre
l5 'y. Drafting orftcT >>F COUNTY IUDQE. [ 00bIDG. ,
r or address pared to meet all demand J|:>lth :perfect satisfaction. .
i F. KRISSSATTOaNEYATLAw
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;,( ,t'1 )r17Ct DC FaATUNITY' HALL Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer. Co.. Jac r1a;ne. J Heavy.Hauling and (Boarding .Horses a 'Specialty. .'rj
fwmfOa*to ClrouK Court Land TIUM KM.ln
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FI A sad Aehaol.M.eoeta tke.1j't 1
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Z.. .You can. come, t6 . i ...'t.. 1 An .Interposition. 3.OO.& 95.60.3.50,.4.003HOE3 The W aters.&Carson


By SARAH. G. R1KER ,'

: :. ,KiSSIMMEE ,: .. -' '" t lilt lithe World / *-" 1 X .G

'. Ii., -, FROM' --. CoPr- ICllt, \no, by Am.'rlca.. Pr.wt II ( ,UNIONMADst .. ce ry.Company
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:' KANSAS, CITY Tber. are people who sneer at I he t.Sh098'X2.130', .'
efforts of societies for psychical re- -
AND RETURN FOR : .2.00 ;
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: '1 etrch. ,1 don't. amf. "

1 $30.00 and spend 25 days There ar. persons: who arc always) .
i having either dreams that contain rev
rYr9v4 & elations or see apparitions or are con- ,*.. Ottor E,*.,* /- WE SELL ..' "

Long enough, time to Investigate the bent scions of something bout to happen. W. L''Doqlaa shoee w the lowest WE BUY

2 Bargains 5-Acre Tracts, Town Lots that doe happen I bar no confidence price. quality..Ml. st eossidev style,.eaq..!. Rum."aaIi".ac.a HM worULTWr .... HAY - : ', .

e '' and Country l Property the In these people.& If I believed la long wearing tkos eI. HIDES
. that In tbelr GRAIN' "
'would
t ahem It. argue other makes. It you have been parleg '
state for sale
by : makeup there 1* something especially high price for your aha*,the_time 1 FURSSHINGLES
amenable to some hidden law. But you seed a pair>.W.L.D......shoes FERTILIZERS -
S" W. S. ALYEA .. : my own experience disprove .this.' 1 a trial. Y_'san save mea+y on your .- WOOL
hare had a manifestation know of footwear and get show that are Jiut,as +

: OFFICE .IN PARK HOTEL, '. KISSIMMEE, FLOJD;" : BO better than aame for of It these-of more of which/cots.gaence :".- < =costing in .vary yea way hl.aa k r those prfas.that.kayo ORANGE BOXES AND 1
any ] (fact..
I If couU vWt oar erne : W
........N.N........... hare beard, yet I bare had but one ID : at Brockton.you Mass;and see for yourself ORANGE WRAPS ALLVEOETABLECRATES

all my Life.And.thia. I bow carefully W. L. Douglas show womsd '-;
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-- 'T come but 'once<< tome' In addition to they hold their shape. fit M ?r and -
Indicating that my being ,Is *not unusually wear loa..than other makes.VAVTIoVl CRATE NAILS .. 'PRODUCE .
susceptible to such influences ryap d oo tM-txxiom W. L.to DMvlunuM proMol the "_and_Prt""CSS' J* '. : .,
New Meat Market ....b...iix*tBl l.f..lor.ha... Tak ]._- *
points to tbe fact that others, either ._... If W. u bonxtu ob_are not for"...!!In roar. a
living of dead, do Interfere at times In ytnro.'u y. y(or Mall0'w'u Iloa-y. We sell field and garden! seeds or all kinds. .(i

\ < the current of out lives. I kto.E_ eWe give' special; attention to fitting out hunting and carllpinC '
the Bank. ]
Avenue
New York Opposite '
? But It Is not my Intention to deliver i H.. C. STANFORD CO. parties. ; ';
a lecture. I propose to tell a story. I k Free delivery in city limits Phone No. 12. r
First-Class MeatCutter in Attendance.: Beef, am a bachelor. I live at a club associate -I ft w, are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask \? ;
for circular
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Hand. almost entirely with men and have CALlJfOR and ,
Fresh Pork and Mutton Always on ELECTION prices on fertilizers. '
",, no thought of mnrrlnge. and I' may j ----- I. I
-" state here that I uerer expect to be -

MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY. married. I do'expect however. In another .. 1! For Nomination of Democratic Candidate j ra ala araaasafar raaasorsa araraaalalala .
existence to be psychically united
who will be | for Congress I C. A. CARBON. J. A. CRANFOIJD. g. L,.LUPFKR.
with VlevPniidrnt.KISSIMftlEE .
PADGETT & TINDALL ST, CIOUU' other self. To the Democratic Voters of tilt Second ix.e..tsz!

FLOMIUA<< I was traveling and bad been travel- I; Congressional District of Florida: I
with but few and
Ins for several day
The Campaign Committee of the
rather short stops Tbe weapon was
POSE AS A CAPITALIST summer, tbe time of day evening. My I j Democratic Committee of the Second LUMBER CO. t
t j Congressional District of the State of ,
For ONE DOLLAR we will send you three handsomely lithographed but conveyance was a railroad train. I I .
worthless, stock certificates which you can fill out yourself for any amount, and was sitting by an open window look Florida, hereby gives> notice a.. follows:
have loU of fun showing to your friends as proof that you are wealthy. These Ing out upeo.\tbe. Held. Oylnc by to Firnt. A (primary .electionlor the
:' certificates appear to represent railway, gold mining and insnrance enterprises, the music of the car wheels dropping nomination:;:of a Democratic candidate
and look juethke the ONE"real SAMPLE thing," but FOR must FIFTY not be CENTS used to realize' money.on. from tbe end of one rail and Jumping for CongretHfrom said district to F ugh and Dressed t

"-- Send two cent tamp for illustrated circular. on to another. A favorite<< occupation the 62nd Congress of the United States
INDEPENDENT PRINTING COMPANIES, WASHINGTON. D. C. of mine on a train baa always been to will be held on the lOth'itay of May A. .. ,
Imagine some one swimming along beside D., 1910. [ Pine Lumber.
SUPPLIESThe the train through tbe Held' ofgrain I
SEEDS POULTRY Second. An election of a Democratic
: : that often line tbe track. On
Oldest Established. Seed House in Florida this occasion we were passing numerous CongrvMiKMial'Committee for said district 3;
such fields, and my Imago of will be held on the 10th day of ', ',
E. A. MARTIN & COMPANY '- fancy was swimming. along lustily May A. D., 1910'fo be composed of one HOUSE BILLS

8ucoc .ar.to Mad bWli.". or w. A. Doura Ao.l But as the twilight faded and object. member from each county in saidl district . -. A SPECIALTYK

Garden, Field and Flower.Seed, Poultry SuppliesTand.Remedies, Recleaned i were lost to view, lulled by tbe rattle to be chosen by the Democraticvoters :JOCOOOOOOOOk .c a Q"Of )OOO( -
of the train, 1 dropped asleep.' of each county renpettively. -
Seed Incubators. Write for Catalogue. When I awakened a train was be- {
Third. The rules the State
JACK-WNVILIF! FLOVIDASIZES governing
E B. Street. .
206
>b.M4277 moving In tbe
I aide tile one I was on .
primary "election as promulgated by
same direction and going at tbe same
-"" - ---- I. rate of .pe U. Indeed, so exactly alike the Democratic State Committee, shall '

was the velocity of the two trains that control in the primary election of a 4. Trains to the 'WestVIA - ]j

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I could see no gain the train .beside me. Tbe window a Democratic Congressional Committee -

ashes -of both trains were raised and I where applicable and not inconsistent r
I could -see tbe people of tbe other with specific requirements of this 1

train, some reading, some 'lounging.some . !committee. .

Tliu i. an exclusive feature-of Regal Shoes, to which talking together.But Fourth. Any white Democrat poI i

f we want to call the attention d everybody in this town. who sat my at attention the window was fixed opposite on a lady me. !Bessirig the necessary 'legal quahfica- I Atlantic Coast Line l..i

i In addition to- the Usual half and full lizes. Regal. come in Her sash ..was up as well a* mine so tions for representative in the Congress'

the one-quarter and three-quarter sizes in bd ween. that there was no obstacle, either 10C the United States from said district,

:..... This give you just double the number of transparent or opaque between us. may become a candidate for the nomination -
The distance bet..t't'nher and me I irr said urimary election by filing /
fitting found in other shoes all the i
and.means "DIYIE FLYER"
Jun W' about three feet She SEMiNOLE: LIMITED""MONTGOMERYROIJTE
I suppose was with the chairman of tbis committee, /
; 1"'RLGiiiL,, difference between a near-fit and exact fit. ,
an I was looking at me with an expression Fernandina
viz: Hon. G.,L. Baltzell; at '.
. on 'her face especially! In her eyes, Fla.", on or before, the 11th'.day of :"SQUTH: I fLl/I "
that loner yaw; In any one before ,
. yf April A. D,' 1910., a written'atatem'ent "
:? t and have ne\ rIt'eo! since but I can't , . .
;: ; j as required bylaw of his purpose to be .. ". :'\p.\\1.( ; ; ,) ... .
describe It.Vhllrf I looked she spoketo I. '
such candidate which statement shall Throu'ih'Pullman '
wt?. Cars to Chicago St. Louis, Cincinnatti,
4 'I.ci\e the triil ut the next station be signed by him and shall beaccompaniej -,
r Indianapolis
Louisville, l Nashville, Atlanta Birmingham "i.
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Y and follow, me she galdMie with Three Hundred and Seventy.I '

OnlyRegak i \, '''% put out tier hand, tint before I Five Delia" ue an absestrnent to aid m_ ---== -_- DINING CAR SERVICE -- rr
t.uld' It the two trains . ,
eparat
f criinp ,defraying i xp -nser of holding said primary ,1j
., ' Are Made In Q; ,, \ $350 $400QuarterSize ,'t!. and iu another moment tbe one Inwhich election. R-- -
; Y the lady oat seemed to enter a

:, ;F,; '\ $500 tunnel while! wine went on in* the on Fifth.the Congresbional Candidates for Committee membership shall For further information call on Atlantic Coast Line (Ticket. Agent,
I open. J. 0. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger
Ri' Agent
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, Ko vividly Impressed was I that I'not be required to pay any"assessment.' .
wI.I. r s L I nbrn a few minutes later we slowedup Sixth. This Committee will canvass Tampa, Fla. C

: 1 took my grip and when the train the returns ofsuch( election arid declare ,
r Our Latest Models In topped<< at a station I stepped out the result and will in due season issue '

' i After'u moment's delay. It.wept on and instructions and promulgate rules THE GGIWTOHE 9 KHBHBEDIDANTHONY :
Jlr i left me standing on tbe platform In avery thereto. JJlucm<

I singular mental condition. of the power given us under\ : the law
"Will another train be along soon?"
" and rules of the Commit ,th>s 10th A. LOLL
. I asked of a station man. Proprietor.FairbanksMorse .,
'. "From the wetT"No day of March, -
i r 1910.G. .. ., ,, Aca.NT POtR
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afford) evc&ufoe cuttom ttyle well ; from the east. BALTZELl ,
) ,you u perfect custom
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new i No train from. the east for four Ch'm. Cam. Com. of Dero.
;"o.'W Regal Oxfords ,built
.' I arc oo advance models,designed br Gas Engines '
hours. Cong. Com. 2nd Cong Dist of Fla;
;' celebrated New York London and Paris bootmaker. for this .
season s : I was puuled. I tad been coming Attest .
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wear. Come in and try beta eo.CWDANN.. I I eastward JESSE!: E. BURT, Secretary. and .Irrigating Ouf.f fs.: ';,

"1& this track double beyond the station ,
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asked presently. "
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"N!'doable track. on this tin*." I 41 ++I.+***.-M 1.444- 1 +4$+++IRAYSTONE 1 AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAFR
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"Wllat I I ; f
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-ftlaglo.tnck' Ross her* both way IAN---h

. all the way to the terminals." ; G tTCat t
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Ap uncanny feeling came over '_ '
TO THE WEST AND. NORTHWEST BY I I had seeU. sv train oo 'track'; beside -
& me. talked with a woman 'n>that train iu\1u t We Solicit all Kinds :

Dixie Flyer and South Atlantic Limited I'and baG obeyed her Instructions. A* 2.60 to 3.60 per day. Repair \York
: I soon; as I could recover myself I walked Special by week or month. ';
I la a half dazed .
i station and sat down t remember 4R.. V. TMHUUI, Pr.,. L I. rl1Tla Mr.t f '. > ...... ;;.! ." .... ,i;
"-- L.. ""'- 10brw Lor Tempa.MC L ._
F "' u1.QC'L' .,' 11.46 a m. I-v. Lb4nd. A. c. I. .iI1H0am 11..6 a ... I nothing but a clicking of a telegraph ::1:.. . ... >+>+ t+ U'rt-r'M >+ ++++ -
Lor. MWlmw. A.Co L 1.06 .m. Ly. K.iga.r, C-1. 1'06 m .
p A.; 0.m. I Instrument How long I cat there Idon't
.... ,A.Q L 1.311 P. .... 1-y. 0..0.A,C I. l'lqj :
N. .lnlcWd:A. C. L 2.66 ,'. p m I know, bat when I came to my ,
R p. m. Ly. Sanford' A. ( L :tf16 .
)r.J.eaw..UM. A.'C. L.... 11.16'p. m. Ly.JMyUla A. C. L 1.116 : m.: usual consciousness it was at bearing, E. L LESLEY
Lv. War: A. C FL ... .0.16 p. m. Ly. Ways. _A'C, L 111.06 m.Ar. I G. E. TAKACH i!i COMPANYST. ; !a
p. m.
M.-a. 8. a 3..11 a m. A.. lllaeon, G 8. &I'm. the telegraph: operator cry _A&laDtao. 01 Gs __ :drt6u a m. A. Atlan, C..4.4.- .. . J'a : :::: I outside: '
"Great heaven! No 23 has seen | AGENT FOR I II
A. Chat---- a A II O'J a m .. KDOnilJe I. A N I" II I I
AI.N""riII&" N. C. A 8t. L 8,40 p. m. Ar. Corbin. L: A N i Po m.A m. i wrecked on the bridge above Bridgelet Standard Incubators : CLOUDjIFLORIDA ,
A. LoukVIUs" lor" N : :: (I Cypress -
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,.8t. Lovla", L C 7.x0.m. ___ atAr the whole train down with a terrible / :
Ae!:. Indknapolly" P. R. RAr. _ _._1. a rn. loss of lifer 'r- and SuppliesSTANDARD '
RopklnnllJe, L. A N 5,1e .... THE NEW COLONY '
H.ed..m, 1. A N a.t6 p P. m, A. 1..INrton. LAN. 710 p mAt. Here was more to intensify that feelIng I STORE ,
IiYaa.vtlla, LAN ai6 P: R A!: ClncinnaU._ 1..a N h.e6: P: m.N of awe that had taken possession ofme1. .
-- A'. T.....neut..E. A T. U l..roO.. m Ar.Rkh-.nd. P. R R. Ii --- .
..... .C. A E. I .n a. .... A. ChlealrO P. R. R. 710 42Chieaao. :::: A phantom woman on a phantom
train bad warned me of a real railroad II Staple and Fancy Groceries, Shoes, Gents'
accident In which I should probably
r; : . Solid train Jacksonville and Chicago; Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars have been killed. i Furnishing, Kitchenware Glass and Chlna-i : .-,

f,;..... Coaches and Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping Cars Jacksonville and St. Louis-: From that day to this I have treasured -I ware at Lowest Prices. Confections Cigars: -
, an image IB ssy heart-tbe woman
Dining Cars Atlanta and Evansville. and Tobacco. Oils
Solid train real spiritual or creatl>n of my own o and Gasoline. :
Jacksonville
_ and Cincinnati" Pullman Sleeping Can
Coaches and I i I
brain. I have a theory: of who she la *
o
Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping Cars to and Saves you, money on '
: Chicago Indianapolis. or was. Wheo I was a child I played' everything you want. See our N
o goods before buying elsewhere.
I with a little girl who died. Did I dls
For reservations or other Information communicate with your Ticket Agent cent anything In the features of tbe CYPHFRB INCUBATOR o Money saved Is money made. Don't throw it away.

,, .r J. G. Kirklcnd.Division:. | Passenger Agent, A. C. L. R. K., Tampa FIOri .1.1t woman to remind me of the child? No. firs Rooted.. IrmiraWt. Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. It is strictly Fire. '.
,A bears little 0 proof, Special prices. '
: ------------ -- grown woman resemblance i i',,
h I to a child Bat would the spirItual -: BREEDER: CF --1

,\, Valley Gazette Ads. Do the Work. 'iI yet bUd appearing grow after to death sac. I might Not bodIly expect .. 1 I White Wynndotte OSTRIOTLV'CASH't I : :

'" that she weald show herself a* Box 622; TC'ftnyfF" : .

,: / ,he Would have been bad she.lived.: .O"O"OUO- lO"O tQtOOtQttQHOiO. .OOOOO' n

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r-- i 1'1 ltesokfdan'of Sympathy.
;;-oooooo mutineer to bold on To Mr. Wit ben 4 ,

l, r(.. : :' 'Ibe Kissiffllftee Valley y Gazette t j couldbe elirniqated by hygiene. *oOOOOOOO'0000000008' o to make him master of thin 'eN ship I OLD GAMBLING CLUBS Kissimmee, Fla., April 7, 1910.! ( i
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/ . . .. "' I want you to understand that_there : W. J. Sean ha been> -
.t ;r;: ; .-: : The-dnan who give. chicken money ji d | Whereas Mr ,

:I 'I;' PUBLISHED RyjRY FRIDAY. the church Is the first to kick'about. not II A LostiDat aunt a-goln'. to be no Interference with -'- I(, elected to membership in our Templeof ) .
1 Day Justice. If necessary' I'll .bang eight a'
a' : Office in Valley Gazette getting pie in the sermon. : Pythian Sisters and we are sure she
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Building .
more men. And b.- me4 his eye ou I FarriousResorts s f! the Betting '
j true and loyal .
.. ,W:Jtr-J. KISSIMMEE OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLA.W. us as if he was a-measnrln bow"1nuclaof I Will" make us a ..member

'.! -( s r The most essentiallq'unAmerican o oo the ship's rope would l>e required Fraternity ;:In London. and whereas Mr. W. J...Sears is a true'

.; prop"r. citizen i la he who more attention r ... j -of the KnigbU ofPythiav
!: ; H. HARRIS, fdttor.pd : gives International 0 for tbe Job.. and worthy member :
f" to preparation for war than peace., o A. Stqry of the c sick 'i'hereforeit resolved by
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9. J. TRlFLEtT, Associate Editor. . -.....:..-. . Line. 0o \.'There'ain't no luteniion rap'u.There' THE, "VVAY FOX''WAS.'TRICKEb.' ;
o : of Sister
Pythian
walld Mr. With I Kisiiiminee Temple> !
0o a reason why ,
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k -,- " : 4 Sympathy! >ercome. evil 'promote: -.- __ . 0 .r.' bangln tomotrer "11 be contrary: in meeting assembled that we? deeply .t'

I e I' SUBSCRIPTION RATES'* good and is jnje great. secret to happf g'By CHESTER 'WILLIAMS. wise 'Iw" tbeir los
t << ._ pear.'.; .. . . .11011 i c to good 'A a h.me That Allewed Him to B e ; regretting great e7.tend..UnLo.,
t 8S wwpyy.alx monthi. ... I o ness. . o 0 'Wot I I. its be yelled.- .Us was agittlp' Sister aid Brother Sears our heartfelt
,. 0--0 Cheated by Lord Barry moro-Ws*
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't mad fast j In'their bereavement
from authoria NCEMENTS. o Copyrlsht, ino. by. American .Press p .* tier', ,Comm.nd.d. by. Lord Byron sympathy great:
AD iu>leatlonii. except our 'Mr. Withers has been sentenced
' the court *o hang at noon on Friday
R.j..d matter will oat> b* returned uhtee.Entered 60000000000000000000000009 by < little daughter.; We commend them to

,1 j .t atw, b. ... = for Member.of the Legislature the 80th of June. There won't be It America iucbfUilnc. as a i>roi>rl-. Him who said "Suffer the little children

at the Peatofflo in Xtaabnme*. Fla.. aeoepd OwooU .An old salt told me this story" wbll no Bleb day fee us. This 'ere-ship left eUry club owned anil managed by one ;i
To the ItomonntiA Vot of Couulj:
m unto and forbid them not .
.tlaea mail matter,: ____ i_ .fo I was waiting on tbe deck for an Incoming WE'lIIncton'a year 'ago and has been unknown It II to come me ,
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./ .. -- '. . . 1 hereby naoum-a rny'ufflf;' a a e nili<1 toMembJr man Is almost tii London for such IB the kingdom of Heaven".'
''I al the House of llrpraxoiiuUvwi the ship. He.was a queer looking a-sallln' and .-..mD.. -till we've gone )Ita the usual thing. and artdust till, the

: ,. i Friday. April 8, 191O.. : Plnrtil' lrf<.gl'.b>tiir. ... frowi OMeolaCuuiitr.'Hiibvct ) old chap with rings In his ears: clean round tbe &:lobe. You're navigator medium alxed'clubs which I and pray that they may be comforted ,
deyotcdo
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r,, '. .Jmn..Lm- i V ---.L in f- - | uf....'........ to U.". WUhof the l>im
In the prlmml.ii to !b" hl l on the XKtJKT laud h'lnted lost oue day In our reckonln'. Tonight ssuie special purpose !I girl U today in .heaven with Jesus'who ;
Kissimmee in Summer : A read afere we'd anchor -
<.r ]1107. 'I'.iHI.' unit r>*|HM unify miliclt/ your are proprietary.
we'll the International date lineal and
cross
invites them to come latter spend$
55 lk vuivH. H. J. TRIP'T.. at Wellington-Wellington's a itwoo't I In the old days this was u wuuey *..
t It seem I almost inconceivable to d jump a day In our record eternity with Margaret '.
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town in New Zealand, boni -and arteigoln' I making enterprise, and some Immense
Fktridian* that the people of the North For 'Member of the Legislature.At clear round this were globe n-nblp be. I'Friday June SO. but Saturday fortune were, piled up by the( proprietors ResolyeVl further that a copy of theie

:t'' are under the Impression that Florida ; in heathen land sad I July I of Loudou card clubs. But now resolutions be furnished the bereaved,
the solicitation;of my many riendi I hereby pin cargoes "Boss 'bter' seen the
I I I. an extremely hot place in the sum announce my oandldooy Mr Ki-prmlniUtlv to MM asel111b"em In Christian lands we wall he. looked, you'd at me ou when I said tbat.way'It I whenever a club shows tilffus of unusual ,-. a copy published in the Valley Gazette, .J-I

\1 time. Reasoning from the standpoint suhject th."Uon I prosperity the members get toetuer nd spread the minute*of this
met 1.-t..lat"N from thin County to a-glttln' back to where ,,'.'d started seemed as If tbe Idee struck him hard.' # one upon :
rU. ..,, I -* and iiislxt pi forming some soil .
Democratic Prim
that it is here in winter of the
; warm ., Temple
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M. J-IDC1ln.' from to settle1up with the \Avner Tbls Is Thursday be said, 'tu'tIts I .f governing .body which shall hate ;
._ Knowed. v.nl: bow IXimmitteei'
"Our.csp'n enough \ I
power to pass upon (he prolroaale| for .,
I, ural sequence the summers must bfe hot For Supervisor of Registration. to trade but he wasn't nowhere at Aye, aye sir!' membership. They also see to It that Mabel Overstreet 1

I Nothing could be" further from the navigation. Ilea been one year afore "If we don't reach the date line Elizabeth Donegan
the
a prolsr-|
apepda proper
proprietor .
; "ff truth, and a glance at the map of Flor- 1 hereby announce myself a C.ndklt'e* .for reelection the mast when bill brother in I be' soapbollin' ; afore tomorrow noon it'll be Friday lion'if'bit the comfort of Florrie Lawson ;
profits on
to the offlc of Hupcrvlnor!\ of IU>nl tr.tknuf "
ida will easily show why for it stands' 1I1I..up.aud. died and left him and the haugln' will be legal. -
inttlni
Oaooola County, subject to the action of the the members instead of ] everything I I II
410nuo. lie put tbepump'ln/ with the '"Aye. aye, sir! But If we" do reach GENERAL.DIRECTORY
lie to reason that a narrow state almost Dnmocrallc Primarlra. and solicit your. nupport.a. ( In his! pocket.I i .
surrounded by the ocean, la of necessity W'GHIFFIN. owners of the _Polljr Mltford and got the date line afore tomorrow; at noon I I The fashions !in the curd dubs <- \the coiii'inund. lie warn' fit,; to com it'll be Saturday vt-cordlu' to the new" -
change with the' .'nr" and i
cooler than those states shut off from Unuully y I the"hurd.eS
; the constant sea breezes, which make For County Treasurer.. mand a yawl. boss. and'nl' tlie"itteii | reckoning and Mr. Withers can't be 'I'[ with the game that are the rage. Acentury Of and Fraternal Societies
kD'owed: It. !swung al''ordln' tt> the veutence' of the I Uo mice
ago It was against > of Kissimruee.
; Florida summers so, delightful.Our myself candidate fur made to elr.e the 3K '
I hereby Announce a re "They a plnu won- >urt. "ellt'ClllbR
| lu of the to HBV
many
I summers start earlier and end election to the once of County Tremnurer ..ul>j..| eel and put the eoond oflicer, Mr.Wlthcrx "Tbe cap'u looks up at the sky and cards before dinner wherens uowndays
I' earlier in to the.et..r the t IMmocmtlc" Primaries.. ,'owIDllnd.liow. Mark I
than is all other lu ,
experienced B. 'J. MIM.ER I skins hie eye along tbe horizon.: Then the prlui'l|>al play U between ..
state With us summer has now begun I Wltucra dldu't have nothln' to do with be turns to the fast officer who wax I the hours of 4 nod 7. The income of CHURCHES.
the fer be didu't know uotblu' I C
but if any of our friends of the mutiny standtu by.1 the proprietor today I l.s from the ajinuul .- '

I t Middle States imagine we are sleeping i. For Tax Collector. at all about It. lie wnlt- tbe best man .'You gut the mm. today, didn't you ; subscriptions and from the fixed : BAPTIST. s

; r i without cover they are vastly mistaken: I horoby announce myaelf a riMMlfcUt fur t..lectbn 0"* 'you ever sailed under boss-kind andconhlderlu' Mr.. Oreevinr i fees for "m'd "' (I..ey. .lu thi old days; Banyan {;Stephens, pastor. r '
the and with 1
to men a
\ r'' The night cool and will continue to theofBoeof Tax Collector'or One-tola "Aye. aye sir! the largestsource of revenue was
,, be are County, subject to the action pf the DtniocraticPrlmariett head like a ni> 'rlt level with the bubo 'How';' f.r' do you reckon we areatom from tbe counters picked up from the I Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -N. C. Bryan, ;

1 G, l' to so throughout the warm seaDn.IT { and solicit the support of the. votM-H. In ble always In the middle. That was the one hundred antI eightieth floor after the game was over. superintendent. :

Secretary Willis Powell of the Tampa thin election. jlst tbe kind of innn the -up'i ud meridian?' George Raggett the owner of Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. \

j'' I"IT,: Board of Trade has been compiling and C I. BANDY. almost hate and he bated Mr. Wltbern 'Bout ninety miles air.' White's one of tbe most famous gambling Prayer meeting 7.45 Thursday evening.H. "

i .tabulating statistics on this subject in like plzen. "Tbeu the cap'n put his eye round clubs ill the world situated on Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening '.

i i..i'' order to place Florida weather right in For Tax Assessor. "Well. JUt afore the mine was readyto the .horizon ng'ln. I knowed well St. .lames' htrcct. mude It his rule to Visitors always welcome. I ..

the mino of everybody. He makes Thanking the> voter of Oncerfla County for poet spring Home of the men ueitkeued enough what he was a-tblakln' about. attend to his guests la person whenever ,"lPRESBYTERIAN.
\ interesting and give; away the hull thing. Now, With the wind we was a- IUlo' we
f In
some comparisons as to Hupport.- hereby announce myself' a candidate exceptionally: high play was 8
t 'weather conditions between Tampa and for re-election to the office of Tax AmfAata if the cap'n bad managed the aalllu'of couldn't make the date line afore tie progress, knowing that he would be
S. S.
d. \ St. Louis and shows that the im and for Oeeeola County nubject to the action of tbe ghq) as well as he managed time set for tbe hungiu Worsen that well .repaid for his time. Upon one Snyder 'pa Lor. t
'average
the Democratic Primary to be held May the |110th, I' wet" be was a-golu to do he wouldn't the wind was a-dyln' out. occasion, after picking up counter. to Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -Oo. F.

b, maximum temperature during the month 11118. 1 If elected I pledge to the taJ payers of the 'a' bad no trouble. He put Mr. Withers 'Well, my. man,' be said) klud of the value of nearly 1,000 from the Parker superintendent.

1 of august of Last year wa St. Louis entire. County continuation ol t.lthfulaervlee. In Irons and wade a court out of Chucklln',' '1 reckon Mr. Withers. '11 floor be received a gift of almost a* Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. .

I s'I ; 90.1. Tampa 88.6. In relation to these J. L OVERSTREET! the men wot give the plot away aud hang aud bang legally'"Boa had
much from Harvey Combe, who Preaching {every second and fourth
? : I figures, Mr. Powell further says: they understood well enough that If a* we men walked forward been playing from' Monday evening Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.

; \ 'While this Is two decree only in For County Commissioner they didn't find Mark Withers guilty do you know every mother' son of us until 11 o'clock on Wednesday morn Prayer meeting and choir practice

favor .Tampa, the difference is fart every mother's son of 'em nd have bad his eye on the sky a-tryln' to see lag Sir John Malcolm Tlppoo Hmith
I hereby aaBeunw nyaelf a........ *far Conn.Coimnlaahwr to stand trial when we made port. some sign of wind. But there wasn'tno Thursdays before. the second and fourth \
greater, because the maximum temperature tram Diatrict No. 2. MbjMttothe i and Ward the member of parliament
In Tampa i 58 of a few moment Demroratia! primary tu be keM Nay Ml. andreep.etfulb "They tried him and they convictedhim. sign nowhere. A thin thickness for London, being the other players at Sundays at 7:00: p. m. ,
I' "lIclt eupport, He sentenced to be Visitors moat invited
your was hanged stood on the horizon but that didn't the table. cordially to all
duration just before whileIn w.rU. CAMFIIELU
rain
a storm Y
to tbe yardarm at noon on Friday, the mean 'nothln', so far a. I could see Borne of the proprietary clubs adopted services. '( I i
St. Leal the maximum
temperature Both day of June till be was dead, and and I didn't see no hope. I went below curious rules to attract and keep -

r ;i. linger for hour at a time. Then again' For touaty Commissioner God have mercy on that poor soul of and put my arms round Mr. their customers. One of the chief difficulties CHRISTIAN. j" ,i

the summer month are always tempered Jtj the ollcilMtva of wj maul triewU*, I hte'n. Withers who was a-lttln' pale and then, as now, was to insure a A. M. Chiaholm, pastor. ". ,

by cooling: breezes from the Calf h.*reby. announce myself candidaj for tke "Now of all tbe men aboard that thougbtful-llke. and tried to tell bill from one that might happento "
,
game any Preaching first second and third Son- i .
i .4.. while the breezes off !St.:: Louis are beat orBce of County CoamuMlooer for the foUl District ship there wasn't none wot thunk about It all. but my speakln tube wasclogged drop in at odd hours. One of these,

t laden. Here; I. the table by day: of Oocoota County florid,aubjeet to tbe more of Mr. Withers than this mis'a'ble so 1 couldn't\ say notbln', and nicknamed the Nerve Ending club bad ''p.days m.of each month at 11 a. m. and 7.46 ,
Democratic prrnary election/ to be held May
11 1909. Mall St. Louis. Max bulk wot stands afore yon."Well. one of my mates -bad to tell him. Be t' ,
Aug. Tampa that should
lOtb. 1510 and I ptadire myatilf. if elentMl,to 4iaI'luuKr a bylaw no player quit a Bible School 9.46 a. m.-A. W Wmn,
thanked aud asked how the wind
1 didn't none that night.I me
I. 87 93 all ilutlpi a-boMIu'. I It a- + was was
awake tbunk thunk says
lfl -* 2. . . . . . . 90 93 toe to the beet of my ability. jut laid and to take his place. tant
J. J?. ALWtRMAN.: wot could I do to stop the hangin. down. The color went out-of his face.and I superintendent
On.1' jnipular feature was to pro-
a. . . . 80 91 )
'Tbeu Christian Endeavor
You see. there wasn't -reason for It. be said Huleuin-llke. tbere'vno every Sunday
4. .. : . . . . .90 tI5 Tide light silken curtains which: could I .f.
off oallln dny for tbe
6..8* 89 i For Member of School Board We vtuold reach port In a day or two, puttln' iny bedrawn between tbe faces' of theplayers evening at 6.30 p. m.

and tiered l" fair trial. But the big ocean. Prayer and
I M so as to conceal from' an adversary meeting choir practice every
.. . . ... . . . 88 89 1 hereby auuounoe my teuMttdao' } for rcli unguarded exprenslou < f Thursday p. m.
.. any ;
t ;;(., :'' ... ,.,,, ., .. ; .. .'. : .. 89-. tlon a* member of the school .0from rue.Da.trict4pubjecttoekeDeimwretdeprints Ignorance of navigation! and tbat ud and goes'up on deck to look for wind: disappointment, or.of. triumph Opel.picking -
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':' "J .. 86.' weaken hitae.. What he wanted was t)o you know boss the sail was S
''A&fV'jv-rvjJalrSJ" :.:1..)i' K.K.JIROWN.: up a hand )"r following (hit. EPISCOPALRev
; : 88i ..... with tbe be bated .aapplo"" i turned my eye skyward ''
'\, ', 11.1..i\1m..I, .:''IloJ:1II \ ,' '\ : to get viiuar mnn course ot play ; .
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: ;. :i/#!: 90 i-i? '&UFor atort' it wan ..to1ft t?. feellu aa if there wasut no.hope now It was at Ibis' club that Fur; lost u David D. Kidd. rector. '.

( : llri..e.! >\\, . 92 93 1j j-; ) RepreseutativeAt / ::"TUat 'Jiijrhf! : I J/ps <>u a-tblnkln'J; 1 where,. and seen that tbe thin thickness large sum of money to Lord narr,.. Service very second and fourth Sun

',' ....' }2.,. . . . ." :. .96 91 '\IJoo ootteitatla-t. of my. friend*. I hereby an- thank and tbutik till I reckoned lie wot I told you about was there a-talck- more who took advantage of the concealment day at 11:00 a. m.

., 13. . . . ::'98. 88 nouana myeulf* caadidete for ro-olection to the I, top of my bead ud spilt off. :Mr. Wit h. enin few some bits of.more.clouds Befilden.wot looked nlgher waxa of his own race to study tbereflection Communion 2nd Sunday at morning
omneof Jtopreaeatattvo of Oeoeola County sub tr* wan to bang the next day but one services.
$ of Fox's cards In the large
14. .96 88t '
( ,q _4 t to the action of the Democratic primary to n the misty bank behind with dark
at noon. What I was a-drlvln' at vat polished steel buttons which be woreupon Guild meeting first
every Tuesday.
15. . .!Jot 87 be held May 10. I' 10. Thanking the people for centers and ragged edge. I turned
'' to delay tbe execution: till -we coulditnnk his
+t. 16. . 94 .84 0....* part a*well o* their future eupport I about to tbe quarterdeck and seen the coat. f
t:. *. ACKEE port. But there wasn't no '11'01.I At the corner of Uoltou street and
a 17 : . . . .: .>89 86 I knowledge rbliit bun : cap'u was a-lookln' at 'em too. Then METHODIST. '
otxv'-d a
my
Piccadilly was Waller's club wblcb t
: : some of the other men on deck begun Jas. T. Mitchell
. . .86 89 pastor
.IS .
J : dred tlnel' act. Kliet It aff'ln without records
for County Commissioner to watch 'em. and pretty soon up Byron waa a "superb club" In
; S 19.x.; . '.. . . . .89. 89 RltUii' noibln I .m. comes all the off watches every man 1816. Beau Brninroel played here regularly Preaching every Sunday morning and

pr 20.' . . . . . . .88 .89 I hints oimooao. payaelt candidate fur County "JNt afore uiornln' I fell asleep, and a-lookln' out at them ragged clouds. for ten or twelve years but the evening. .

a 21. . . . . . .82 84 the Oeoaa.etleo.tb.De.rmdeprim.ry-tobe>tea>eaor freei IHetrlct N. 4, eubloetto held I <::eumeil-,dreamed a sure enongb( "After awhile the cap'n seeln'- It club eventually fell Into disrepute Sunday School" aa. m.-J. M. Lee

.12. . . . . . :. .1U 84 May Mth.. If ....... I ........ a t.ltbful d...- dre.iui'tbH tlw 1 ain't a-goln' to I tell wouldn't do to put off preparation through tile want of proper supervision superintendent jv

t.' i. 23. . . . . . .91 91 Cheer of the dour of aalo..... you wot I dreamed boss, but'that. any longer, called all band to shorten of the admissions to membership. Prayer meeting every Thursday

9A 4WrVor"t%*> , t . . * T.SWINDLER.. dreiDi give an Idee. I didn't think all and git tile ship ready for a gale. Swinburne says in his "Court. of night h,
j
Y (d+ r it was much of an ides at the time, Well. it struck a* 'bout eight bells. It Europe" that it was in this club that_aplayer. Choir
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,25. '.,-*. .,.,... . . 94 90 practice every Saturday night. I
p'',, ? .' 26:;,;. . . . . . .94W 91.. -For Meokber of School: BoardAt fait It was better'u nothln. and I sow wasn't none of them white squall pot upon seeing the witty Lord -
: that there was one small chance fur blow over In a hurry, but a roarln' Alvanley enter the room and dreadinghis
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2'l. ,06 91 FRATERNAL HOCIE11 4
8.
" " the rotraort ot fey friends throughout theemt.ty. Mr. Wither I stayed In my !!aD>- wind backed by. a big bank of cloud satirical tongue laid down hb ,

p6, 38.ff . .. . . :.91 91 I hereby+ tnnouaeo my eaadldacy ..forXoaahuof mock long enough-to think out-a |.lait: -Tbe Polly Milford went ever on her cards and polled out a pair of pistols, -

21 ", ",," ..,..18 81 tile........ Board from District Sea chance MASONIC.
to give the" prisoner tbat one beam end, but the flyln' jib bad been which be laid ou the t.llII.Ide' him.

{ 80.eev '-' ; . . .jfJ9 82A. .vWoottotbearUoB .., the Pamoemrhi primary and when" I turned out I kaowed. whit* left. and that diddled her and after The only comment of Alranley was: Orange Blossom Lodge. No. 80.;:T. \
to.held May 10th. *IQ. Should I bo elected.I
d 81i.Hlesrmlet; F\ >r.:1".88":; \.86 pledge t. the p.opt..1 Oeeoola eomnty' the boat Iwas a-goln for to do. rockln' to port the to starboard then .'"I hope you dont expect year adversary A. M., meet Ant and third Monday i

Y ...,has .practically the ........of which. 1 am.......of rondorm- "When four bell Jo tb* juerulu* was I to *tern,>." slid down from the crest to follow euitr night in each month at 7.80 o'clock in ?

i : isms .elinurte. *.- Tampa, the ;above W. W. CHANDLER. a-striktn I started aft at. the head of : of i blghv wave and waa buried In a Every visitor to London who has Fraternity HalL .

figure apply to either place. '.. '": seven men. They. was tbibe.i'teen Sea of.tmttrrmllk., paNed down' Piccadilly baa probably J. Y.,Hansen. W. M. .

i P For on the ship and they: was th....*iy i "At ear other time boss, we'd rather remarked the Imposing home of the W. M. Canon ,
Comity fowsioller secretary.KNIGHTS .
,';.. ,T t: ;". ., ; beat men An theTest'weewort;. We I net sses''tbarw1ud.' Now we prayedfor Devonshire club at the southwest corner -

'f : I hereby aoaeuneo myeeU. a oaadidato for; Coaav marched aft to the quart+eld.ek wh re tt to keep a-b ,wta.. But a* night of 8t. James street. Within this

:TRITE AND TRUTHFULBr rimniawlaan' .... >IIIUiat,.tla.'3, aodaoUcUthooupaertofthavotenof tree
that di* rlet.F. lt then ake and It began world Friendship Lodge No. 10, meet
tof ,;, : dratted up In line atbe -blsa : listed well. ha probably taken place the every

., [' OLD PBOTXEM.1i .] A. BASS. WeUbe. said, a-uiim. somethln' : tr LOGE.. -If- one-man;'d'bettsr baaa sums'won and lost at Monte Carlo being Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock to Fraternity ,

l I'D the'wind. I than a.hull crew go to the bettwn. I nothing to those that changed HalL

Srt : . S of. wb :Tor.Meatber, of,School Board. -Csp'n;' says i. 'ber 'r* eight of us alai; a-goln' Jto tell 70G 'b... that bands he.... The entrance was originally F. C. Bryan,,u chancellor commander. '
Beware the. worship a
ot man.
come to reccymend a pint of law.' I black night them roarta' wave, that from the Piccadilly side and R. O. Meek keeper record and real. s'
',, ..: JIODo..kJ.nt., GocL I hereby oiioouao myoolf a* rondldato for 'Wot do know about Uw, I bawl wind., many change hare been made la the'
for .. OaneolaCevaty. you you
Board
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; :, ti.r of School iM.tebtNw
v "AU to onct the flyln jibllueted Into interior arrangements but some of the
lubbers Olt back forrard!
.sot torn laifoily solicit the support of PYTHIAN B1aTER8
C' A, A Wisdom 4 moderation and tolerance .._aCtheonojIaa-Pllmaiy Elarttoei, 'Gp'n.says I. Ton hare given.Mr. .!), ribbons. Tb
'ihonld"alwajrs-;charitcUrisUc of our JOHN H. BAUDBN.f' .' Wither a fair trial.' You see I wa agfvia'order* *o> wild tbat noow rollers of'seventy years ago are still KiwimmiplmeyTempt.. No 21,meets 1
i _ the fast officer In the every Thursday afternoon al t o'clock --
,\ 'eriticiams of others --"'"- concluded* tu start lu fdvorable and would obey .11I1| preserved clubrooms ,

't'// Notice. shift round arterward. to look like weld got to git some an a small fishmonger named William time will be
I meeting held at 7:30
1 ...10. Mr. Wither
a given
Suppressed you've
,
repressed and depressed
!It Am offering my boWIe furnished good : to command or founder. Crockford.. who had a shop near Pearlie E. Bryan M. E. C. ;
: fair trial don't think otter ,
a you'd ,
S \ people never produce poetry art, literature piano, from May lat to Sept. or Oct. at you "There was a nub for the forward Temple'Bar. Ilia first venture In club Mate! R. Overstreet M. of R. ft C
give him a fair hangin'
and beautiful babiea. I
y I a bargain te a couple who will keep gangway. Down went half a doleD proprietorship waD to take Waller's"
E 'Wot do you meant says he, chaug- OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 7ha,1*. 0. W-
+ thing in good order. Call: 1 and see me. l I I of u., and up we bring Mr. Wlthera old hose, where bacard. tbe American .
In' bin talk snlftln' to the left I Meeting
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by leg nights second and fourth
Eat and drink what need but
: you lOtf u... HELEN PERDEW. and puts him In command. The cap'n : game of crape was tile chief attraction. .
sj Instead of the right. Tuesdays at -'
'don't become general manager of a didn't make no protest. He was too In- this he had a partner 7.80 p. m. 5 5
wiU barrel '1 mean.' says I. 'tbat if you bang I' koered to think' of anything. except named Taylor and they both made H. T. Stanford C. C.
i Mr. Wither* tomorrer you'll)) do It aginloairytlme \
Henry Ward Boooher' Wit.: drownln. Mr. Withers tuk the helm money, but at the end of a year they W. B. Johnson. Clerk.

',Y Temperance is the moderate use of Chi on* occasion a* Mr. Beecber watt (aw. 'I blsaelf sent me below -with a gang separated and Crockford went to St. -

'' # .'all good things and he who partakes la tbe midat of an impanlon.ed. speech. 'Marrytime lawl Wot do such fish to work tile pumps'"; managed git Jame street where be prospered. so Gen. O. 0.Howard Post G. A. R.
Y ". one attempted to Interrupt biro as yon know about msirytim.lawV I another saved tbe .
with wisdom is without fear. some up Jib and ahlp.Th well that he Instructed the Wyatta toprepare
:
_ ,, .. by nd4eDJ7. rowiq like a cock." Tile "I reckoned It wa about time to next momln' the wind droppedto plans for a new hulldlng. Meet every Wednesday at 2 p. m.

,The race question that i. troubling orator bowever. wa equal to tile oe- shift the wind a few points, so I says ten knot bree**, and there on the This was opened In 1 "Zf. and although r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrade I

: how casion. Be stopped llstenijTrirll the kind of bradn myself .Aa cap'n of horizon wa land. We knowed we'd it was a proprietary club, cordially invited.
minds of most people is am I .
the
t ; ,, crowing ceased and then with a look this '.. weasel yon permit an IlleIJ i: crossed the date line and Mr. Wither Crockford was shrewd enough to Invest 0.
i ;? o''catch.Rockefeller et ab.f . watcb."Morning execution' )) be liable to be''' DERBYSHIRE G. E. TARBOX,
hi you'll
out *
S t j + of arprlM. palled wa saved. Afore noon we roundedto I a committee with the tight of .

f S already. be wild. "My tried fer murder. jiot! as soon as we- '' In the harbor at Wellington."Of election to membership a move to Adjutant.--- Commander. S -lit

. War and fighting decide battles or watch i* only at 10. But there can be make pout: course there wasn't no more which many persona attribute his Immense Boy Wanted

SI ".who to, the'stronger- .. but not who. is I.I BO mistake about It. The Instinct of "He changed his tack agin and gvehU tryin' anybody. The cap'n had been success. Among the first of the

""riebL, 5. the lower animal are Infallible." quid grind. knowed the matter tried afore n jury of wind and waves Homes presented was that of the Duke Wanted-A' bright energetic boy

' ;" ,.. 1 There won a roar of laughter. The"ower Ildn't rest easy. on hi* mind noway. for fljtnea to command and. had been ot Wellington( and almost every man about 14 or 15 years old. to feed presses -

?.' deal of the'psaimlt the- In tbe collapMl. *- for I- saw' him whiten.. Howsumerer I' run errands and make .
A great animals" gallery convicted.; Mr.. Withers got the vesselon of note In England was either a inem- himself, generally ,

T. that *. -, Bogging our systems and Ur. Beecber was able to. re- lie squared around-aod lit out'on us:: the'heat voyage and *that'. the end her or a guest at eo+some-time other*- useful. .. 1 1I.

,';, ume ill If notblog badoccurred.A ."'1t this"is a 'plaa-on- the part of of "thI."enl&r11." IS Chicago Itecord-IIerald.
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i : 'The: Klsslmmee Valleu! Odette .5 or 6 doses "666"' will cure any -case! Mrs. D.P.:Grahaai baa eon to Live 1 THE MICROBES. ':' -' :
of Chills and Fever, Price 26c. 14-6roo Oak U. visit the j
. 'family of her sons i ,
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I, TfJLKPHQNH NO. ,t. For -Full-blooded Barred Ply. Mr. Chas. Omahomlra, of Virginia, But .Fer'Them. IGreen Flanta Would. ST. CLOUD"

,. r .___ I mouth Rock Eggs,. 15 for $1.00 A. D. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, H. N. ". Vanish Fr.m the Earth.

:' Gilbert. -14.4t Brattoit Fast Suma '. t --, ..
.PUBLISHED. EVERY FRIDAYWeather ) I Few person can realize. at first ;y
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.' :,'' -BYP : HeHo Central give me No. 149! thepreasing Meeting of the Christian and Mission what an Immense number and varietyof Interests Items of ,News Catered
;: : shop. J, G. Klmbrough micrnath.re are. not only around '
the ary Alliance at' the Christian church .
.MA14R18.
_: w. '.;L.---. -!.k't -.. ... .__.. T.Uor>W 9-tf next Tuesday night D* in the air and dust and Water, put by Our Correspondent in the .

h' --:;' Call anti tee my new line of samples. Mr. H.' N: Brattoit la building cottage also In us and on us and In' and on v Home of the Old Soldiers.Dr. .'

I J. G. d1I, 1bNrgh the.Tailor, Pbone,149. on the lot east of his residence overy. living thing. Tbe.work, the
au rAn ,, .. *rbjth will be for rent. Bute system of chemical rkanr .and Taylor took pinto ; z'4
t Report t r the circulation of the'' el.m..te-4:... I Klimme

intelligent person may; earn$100 'Senator W. H. Lynn president of bon,. oxygen hydrogen' nitrogen and I today.. .

monthly corresponding for newspaper*. the Seminole Land and Investment Co., nlphur-whlcb they', carry on I Ie' Incessant ''I Harry JoKnson) E.qand family."will

Following' are the daily tem' No canvassing. Send for' particular*. ..was in the city this week., 4RICHARD I ,- varied' and complex.. Those move' Into their DeW.bakery this week. .,l

perstures'and precipitation M Pros Syndicate: ; ,B 2245,.Lockport, N.Y. The Village Improvement Society will five element ar..tb. main and essential I' Mr. Wl j:;, Squire. will attend the

i reported by the Government J. M. Poet will repair'your watches, meet at the city ball next Tuesday ''constituents all living thing State eoDvention of the Eastern Star I

: station at KI..IDlmM.for. theWHk' clocks and jewelry and will do it rightor afternoon at 3.30. AU members are Supposing- there were no microbes; Lodge to be held in'Jacksonville\ April

: ending: Apr. 7, 1910. refund your money. See him. next ..rato attend I there would be no putrefaction, no 21st, ? .,
door to Osceola Pharmacy. 10-tf Ii i of the dead bodies t
breaking down of
'; aA1N Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Brock and family The Woman's Club held its first meeting '
MAX. MIN
animal and .plant which
-- were oncealive
For Cypher* Incubator, poultry supplies consisting of a daughter and two sons, : of the month in the o
> Friday . . . 88)5 . and Arthur G. Dustin strain from Glencoe. Ky. are here stoppingat 1 1 late gas and substances voluble B., Wescott tent Mr*. J. i

', Saturday. . . 89 65 . White Wyandotte: eggs, see G. E. toe home of Dr. F. G. Thomason. In water. ,president p..ldlne.'JfI 4

Sunday. . 87 62 , Tjikach., Eggs J5.00 per hundred. 5-tf Mr. W. A. McCool and family returned They by a aerie of steps In whichdifferent wa* voted to circulate a asking t
kind of bacteria microbes the Seminole Land
or, '
Monday . . 8T 62 . Ladies, bring or send your hair comb, to their home'in Beaver Falls Company,Jo grant a i
Tuesday. . . 88 64 logs and havea '.witch. puff or curls Pa., last week after their Annual winter. are successively concerned convert square in the central part of town for L
N" the and the fata and
prottlds park
made. I alto buy hair. visit to this place. sugarsof purposes.
Wednesday. . 82 65 .10 dead plant and animal, Into lees-
Mrs. U. Maher
13-4t-pd Mrs. Howell Bast.. The Rev. 'David D. Kidd will hold our genial hostei lOf'.t
{ . 83 -61 elaborate
Thursday t bold I". orxanic 'acids aromatic the
For Sale\ -Forty acres high timbered services in the Episcopal church on Sun t bodies and other compoundssome tent resraurant was 'a county
day next. 'Morning the litany seat visitor Tuesday; ,
land situated within city limits of Kis- prayer r :
. ( highly poisonous to man). and
... ... simmee adjacent Snell place; an ideal and sermon at 11 o doc). 1 i I at last when what werVhighly com Mr. and Mra- Phipps. of Mie gan., .,

-;...' ""'" location for a subdivision.$27.50 per Mr. Wm. Cooper, who has been.a plex combination of hundreds of .atoms i Ave., North returned to their Colorado '""F
acre. A. W. Gustun, Sanford, Florida. valued employe in the 'Gazette office home Tuesday.
14-5t pd in each, molecule have been r.-

; THE LOCAL HELD. for the pjsjt! year left Tuesday nightto duced\by the action "of first one and Colonel and Mrs. Scranton, Of MunesoCa .,,
to his home in Illinois '
I Dr. J. C. Davit, licensed' optician-by return then of another k}nd of microbe Into. .avenue left for Alliance, Ohio, '

', Park State Hotel Optical 1 for' Board, can Headache be, seen of at Mr. J. A. Cranford, of Jacksonville comparatively simple substances of onMo.! day. Both are greatly pl......' x
| glaasea. ;
who is extensively interested in the twenty or thirty atom to' the molecule , with our little and
"" -- """' ''''''''''' yean standing relieved with glasses byr. naval stores and lumber business in this the de Is clreo' city expect to r.t.unanext r"
coup grace ,
4'
fall.l!
Don'tneglect
Davie Eyes tested free. >
: county was in the city a few days this. certain special" microbes. which coo
Wade the Orlando. ,
tuner.
: children's 14-tf The first
your eyes week. National Bank of St. Cloud"i,. e
K. SEAMAN vent these later compounds Into still
Dwellings, for rent, apply M. Til simpler\ combinations Fla., opened ita doors for business on. I
Fine. Farm" and Grove. 140 acres Mr. Henry T. Stanford Is home again One of the youngest boy depositor -namely, ammonia i
.ler. fronting 1-2 mile on south shore of fine trom a visit of five weeks through Texas I and nitrate, wblcb are fairly stable Tuesday April 6th.

Large desk blotters lUc at this of. lake; 80 acres fine fruit l land; 20 acres and other western States. He reports of the new Citizens Bank is Richard K. I so IliaO; he whole elaborate chemical Mr. W. A. Wood- one of our foremost -

fice. tf of orange and grape fruit trees in bear d most excellent time and ill in Seaman son of Louis Seaman, managerof fabric of living matter In a few" citizens,' passed Tuesday in Xilt-< ,

ing. 40 acret muck land, very rich and splendid health. Steer Beach property. Master Rich- hour or duja sftec death Is broken simmee Il

V Co'Checked.. for 5c apron per yard.giharham at Stanford corn productive 800( bushels; raised potatoes over 100 to bushels the acre of Mrs. W. S.. Alyea' arrived last night ard is a bright boy five years of age down" until It reaches the stable "min Mr. W. H. Elliott of ),It. Dora, Fla., ,

last year. Artesian well on farm; depot from'Atchi ol1. KanHaj, to join her husband and is bound to develop into a good eral" condition practically carbonate was in town on business Tuesday

Muck lands, rich and deep, for sale by on land. If you want something the welt known real estate man, business man. and nitrate of ammonia-smelling The Loyal Temperance Legion held
and will spend a few weeks in Kissimmee. -
16tf NELSON REALTY Co. rich and a real you will have to - alts.
last its first silver medal l contest last '
hurry. This wont long; it in the Margaret Watson Sears If there were 110 microbes this would even 1'1'
i Great bargain in wash skirts at H. ing. Full in .
foundation to a fortune. Messrs. W. B. Makmiton and J. C. never occur. The earth would be report next week's issue Y
C. Stanford Co'n. 15tf NELSON REALTY Co. councilmen Just eight yean ago the announce Valley Gazette.
\ Moore the newly elected city cumbered with the dead bodies of past

Wanted,A young milch cow, in good FOR SALE-674 acres excellent land were sworn in at the meeting of ment was heralded among'the Iriendsof generations of animals and plant*-UD-' Senator Lynn wife and two little -aHI

1 condition. Address J. I. Johnson City with over a mile frontage on Fish Lake I the council on Tuesday night. Dr. T. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sears that a decomposed And very soon all the sons of New York were i in town Mono '

_. ." Just arrived a beautiful line of pat- with beautiful beach. On this tract of M. Rivers was elected president. tiny baby girl had come to gladden the organic elements all the carbon and day looking after property* interests.. ;'

hats at Miss Bandy's. land we have high pine land, hammock Mr. J. E. Mattocks of Lenoir. N. C., home and' that the'welcome little stranger nitrogen, if the hydrogen and The senator will build a beautiful mansion ;

land, rich deep prairie muck J and. some has arrived in the city to take up his wa to be christened-Margaret oxygen on t note of the earth wouldbe on the lake boulevard the'coming
trees in and several residence. He will be associated with
of the White Star Laundry orange bearing
Agency Watson fixed In these
Sears. and tbe
at the Home Store. Phone 154. acres of alfalfa sowed. This it a first- Mr. Barn in.handling the McCool tract corpses summer and have It ready forhia fans ,
... t class, high grade proposition, worthy of of landsand will have charge of the local Mrs. Sean is a member of one of the green plant would perish from the ily in the fall. 4.

See those fawn shirt waist prices'cut investigation. Location is good, being office, which will be opened in about moat prominent Southern families of whole world for want of sustenance, Mrs. Sanbom of the "JSanborn Villa

in half at H. C. Stanford Cp'.. within 4 miles of two good towns and two week North Carolina. With almost for It 1* tbe green plant which feedon
Raleigh,
was an Orlando visitor the week.
'. right at railway station. Marl road J and absolutely must have a* their past
: For eyeglasset andspectacles Mr. and Mrs. H. Barnhill. who every honor of the town and county The '
perfect fitting will soon be built along one aide of this food tbe carbonic'acid, ammonia and new postofficejbuildlng which ia.
see Dr. P. G. White. have spent the put two months here bestowed her husband with their
,
farm. Favorable term. of payment can upon nitrates into which tbe"microbes receiving the finishing touches, presents -
aa guests of Mr. and Mr*. Lewis on resolve
Dress gingham 6 to 12tc at the old be had. Come let us show you this North Main street, returned to their beautiful borne and happy family it all living things when dead. It a handsome appearance. ,

\ .reliable store of H. C Stanford Co.if farm can and deal its with numerous tbe owner advantages.You direct. home at Marshallville Mo. Tuesday. has looked u if nothing could break ia the preen plant which from tbos Mr. Frank Baas, the contractor, baa--

15tf NELSON REALTY Co. Both Mr. and Mrs. Barnhill were delighted their ideal life, but a few weeks ago simple compound build up again tbe been awarded the contract for the-- in.

) Ladle., have J. G. Kimbrough. the with our town and will be with the dread death angel commenced t Tailor clean and pres your aklrta.I FOR SALE-180 acres of land 4 1-4 us again aa soon as the snow begin to
: knock at the portals of the home and fat, albumen sod urotelds and '
I Phone 149. 9-tf miles from GaLn'lo, 4 uores bearing fly in their Missouri b._. provide Prof. Shadt,'of Rollins College ''fac
.. became the watchword for in for the nourishment and Increaseof
: anxiety
will
orange grove in good condition. Timber ally deliver his famous lecture
LaRue serves only teal-chipped oys hall been bor"d: but not cut. Soil Mr. and Mr*.' William Hahman. of hushed tone all over town came the tile most complex of.all-the llvntg "Hoi ting the Stan and Stripe* ..In. \

i ters. No melted 'ice. to destroy the especially adapted to growing citrus Altoona, Penn,, wile have spent the report "Margaret Sean la ill." The matter bidden In protoplasm.-Sir Bay Russian .
ftavor.i fruits.Some fins muck Und. Good past month in our city guest of Mrs. Lankester In London Telegraph.Ths Palace: in the tent on Saturday e
drainage through this. tract of land: two Hahman's brother Mr. A. E. Thomas, highest medical science was baffled at .... Proceeds for the benefit of

'' i Phone 149 when your suit needs cleaning good lakes adjoining propel ty furnish left for their home on Tuesday night the case, and day by day the darling of Perverse Cemma. the Woman Belief Corps. ."

; I and pressing. ing splendid protection $2600. W* also While here Mr. Hahman pUrchaed the home grew worse till the startling .
; Rev. J. B. the
9-tf J. G. Kiinbroujrh, the Tailor.j : considerable property, and wifl in f tjaaire That curious and now stereotyped Weoeott pastor of
{ have 10 of land marl road 11-4
acres on word the wire that the
came over -
precious '
KiseJmmee and Livingston Memorial M. E. win
winter blunder'
miles from Corporate limit of Kissim- spend each m of punctuation which givesus church ;
j For Sale-Six milk cows with calves. mee 4 acres of bearing grove, 2 .Bc.... probably make his permanent home child, the idol of the home had "God rest you. merry gentlemen" preach in the tent Sunday morning x

all fresh $25 to $76 each. truck land and 4 acres limber. Some among us before many seasons have been claimed bv a higher power. **' an Inferior ubtltnte for the next, subject: The Water o'f Life."

l -tf' Z. W. RAee.f pear peach and plum treet-beautiful come and gone. If grief of the community could lessen quaint old greeting "God rest you In the evening the topic will be "The., '"

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**7-/FOR SALE-Slx room bouse, to move, ahade. Six room house needs repairs.., The Southern Colonization Co. haa the heartache then would the burden merry gentlemen," turn up regularly Spiritual Sense" In the morning Mr.

f or will trade for land. Price $2200; time on half if desired. "'._ purchased through the Graystone Garage be lightened for the sorrowing parents every Christina.' It I* a pity teethe Dougherty the sweet-voiced baritone
16tf NELSON REALTY Co. 15tf NELSON- REALTY '-0. five Reo touring can in additionto ancient formula to be thus perverted ,
for tears from old and 10ungteara' ,,
will sing> a solo, and .in the eveningMrs.
the three which they now have on since "God rest
merry" or "Rest
Let J. G. Klmbro the Tailor'take Mr. E. Lv Porch stopped off on :Ihis of genuine sympathy and pitying you
gh. Phone way to San Antonio Texas to visit hi* the run from Kitsimmee Pine Island, you merry" wa a recognised form of Dr. Hyre and Miss Retina Rynkle
your order for your,Spring. suit, 5 9-tf cousin J, M. Willson Jr.}. Mr. Porch where the company has a large camp love w.l1ln the eyes of all those who salutation in Elizabethan day and will render a duet entitled 'The Bird
No. 149.
.. ; left here twenty year ago and )has become for the acrommodation of prospective knew the bright winsome Margaret may be found in the work of Shake- :With the Broken Pinion.',',! :' oJ.{&*,"
buyers. The baa WHO! ordereda
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i '" Pennell, gent for Sayman't'. Vegetable very In prosperous as a, large mineoperator gasoline traction company engine to ba used in Her wonderful physical beauty. with spears and 'of many contemporary The Minnie E.. Neal Wj'! ,cATTu.:: : .

Si S Soaps and remedies and Ordway's the old board Mexico.sidewalks MrB; .Porch the recalls building roads and breaking up lands. intellect beyond that of a child,and witha writers while for the modernized ever active, are circulating the constitutional

PUster. 4-13t-pd cows on rare and exquisite: child-like manner form which obscure the original amendment for signers. Tae'
the the falcons
streets whiskey dI'HS
wonderful strides County Commissioner J. IL Walker, endeared herself to both old and young : sense of the phrase there 1*. of course.
the Kmaimmee
Go to H. C. Stanford Co'.. department of Baamger, returned Monday from amendment reads aa follows-:
;! no authority whatever. If oneI
has made. An in We all should have known tbat any
:1 Jent he
amusing :
<<< related -
bin Constitutional amendment be voted .
Margaret to '
store. They are the originatorsof Madison where he accompanied I I -,
of when be and M. will have the curiosity to look the
J. hunting up
were
Miss and Mien Lena was too precious for this world
low price in Kissimmee. daughter. Bessie, on Nov 8th 1910. .
with the Seminoles. It U needlesto old Christmas carol which begin with
Pearce, both of-wb Ql Will take a coursein and yet in her short ijfe she haa left j, I
s Use Plank' Chili Toniq. Guaranteed insinuate that Mr. Porch had just the normal school at that place.: Mr; the .words' In question be will find :That Article XIX of the Constitution

Price 25 cents. Sold by all treated old Tom Tiger Tail to a drink Wakler also visited other portion of milestone of brightness and all I them correctly punctuated. London. of the State of Florida be, and the
druggist u117-8 from his flask when Tom inquired lookIng along the way. How many memorie.1: World. it 'read
north and West Florida, and after ( same hereby amended so as to
"Chicago you live .Y... repli1Mr. that section is .better satisfied come up of the pleating incidents of follows '
over t
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b For bargain in resident property Porch. Wy-o-mee oju.plenty in aa : .
.truck lands and orange grove. call on Chicago" The couple were sitting)on than ever,with Osceola county. little margaret'a life. The first Sunday Alaskan Glaciers tAa Article %IE. Section J..-The:'manor

I H. M. Breaker?Kistimmee. Fla. 4-tf the bank of Hatcbnehaw ond Mr. Porch Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Estey; of West school tbe first Christmas. tree-how Interesting fact about Alaskan factor and sale, barter or exchange. of,
with of the bandsaid Branch. MIch. who have been her danced glacier. i* that some aN "dead" and
i'; a wave "Wy-o- ,. spending eye and her little formgeivere Intoxicating and
After November 16th wood. will be mee in Chicago the past few weeks in our city do.t the wonderful and others are "alive." Davidson glacier liquor .beverage, V

/ ,$1.26 a stran. delivered much. the water in th.lakef Witha guest at tile Park hotel left for Jacksonville present which I* really a tongue of the afnlr whether aplrituoaa.1noutI or' malt.are",

. Kiatlmmee Lumber Co. quizzical look Tiger Tail asked "How and St. Augustine at both of seeing Santa Qaut for the first time in glacier ha been ascended by: travel hereby forever prohibited hs'':the .St..."

1 List your property with Nelson Real far?" but when. told It would take a* which place. they will. stop a few days. apparent reality. We.> recall the last era for a number of year It la a 4ad of Florida,except: alcohol for; medical, '

tv Co. for quick sales. They have the long a* ODe moon to go in hit canoe enroute borne.. Mr.: and Mr*. Estey.. day; at Sunday school aa she came out glacier having a moraine of several scientific or mechanical purpose, a**.. v

v client and can get you the value of the Seminole book "his head as he said, both highly) pleased with Kisaimmee, of the church with Joseph at her side, mile between. hand the aea. lookingat win. for sacramental tike-
purposes;
"too far and it is altogether probable that theywill
k me no
e r.meritoriou property that' 1* deal.16-tf ,. go. hereafter b&numh*red among our a* she smiled that beautiful ..mUe'thatm'eeI it from the I boat It represent a sale'of which alcohol and wine for' the'r r
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regular winter visitor a part of her. kaleidoscopic appearance a* the sun purposes aforesaid, shall be regulates

Anyone anywhere can start'.a mail Mass Meeting. A few',...Ju ago.at'an entertainment shines upon It, and tile surface seems by law. ,
order business at home.' No caavassing. There Th.very helpful aerie of evangelistic : scratched with ttay pin 0..*. Thus "
will be a Men's Mass meeting Margaret was ODe of the angel in the phall
Section 2. The ;
.nlfta. conducted by Rev. C. L. Legislature ,Mo
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"Be free ,
boss. Send for r* reality deep crevice which
your Toll own bow. Heaeoek A 1144 at 4 p.'''. next Sunday at ,the" Baptist Work L. D., at tile Presbyterian: tableau.. .She afterwards:said,';*,"!'' am -moat bo approached cautiously, for act suitable laws for the 'enforcement +'
a .
., r > chuteb: :Tb. :call-forjth, ..meeting isheadq church, ,will close ,this ,evening It..la going to,wear tbots winc .ooQ Mam of the provisions of this article.
i Lockport N..irVTJ ..m Jf with unusual ..elearnea and invincible 't they are larking pitfall for the nnwary. jl
\) by the Klatimmee Minister'sAasodatiou' ma. It seems prophetic. Can we not .
V Vancouver Section 3. Th1t article shall "in
Providence. *
by Notice I is all contestant iq logic that thegoapel truth have been go *
given to' knew' land
,. believe that 'felt '
and i Ie
the Biano* oatat being-1 conducted by Ui..purpoe. more presented from day to day The moat Margaret effect on the first! day: of,July'A.; 'I; D.
the JUasimmee: Drug Co. that all outstanding perfectly to enlist and unite Jthe men In hearty good wishes of all who have met that the angelk'bo.t' \ wa*"nearer than A Man of ....... 1911. >

COUpona.aauatl; bo voted before the work of tl kingdom of Goo. j Dr. Work will go with him a* ho leave wo dreamed., Many yean ago IA gnglaad mea r

,Apri 15th. After this voted The following .program'\.m '!>e, observed be for the Ft. Meyer tomorrow. There will Tale funeral day will,long,be tamped could easily bo found to glv any evidence .St Cloud Sadly Sdletl. ..
5- of. member and the
reception
,: ,will be dated and must be ; upon, memory.) \The moat exquisite upon oath that', might be required St
.t mpod thereon celebration of the HolyCommunion } Cloud; FlaC:, Apr. 4L, foil. "
lei-4dtga afterdate ,? and of tbe .
: an.iBu l7& S&pbeuTbe presiding. next Sunday. floral offering*.,were: brought, 'from all seine ** persona Editor Valley Gazette:' "

I Twenty.flvs io' Uiart7-a'y per-cent:' Laymen'!* Miaaiomecj> > Movement,, 'Wifl Not B< a c Candidate. walk: In.Dfe. ':The, Junior League of with walked a stew openly la la owe WetnUoter of their shoe ball to Thinking that it would'be of" Interest
-Rev. S. S. Snyder. the Methodist church marched: twith '
reduction' on spectacle and eyegiaa*** I signify they -wanted employment a* to many of the readers ofyour popes
?,for' the.next: thirty day.' Overfivehundred Winning KisUnmee-Jat.. .. T. Mitch- I take this mean of thanking my numerous the Member of'Margaret'..Sunday witness, This wa the origin of the we submit herewith condensed report, ..

pair to be sold at cost :All new .. I : friend ,in thiscounty who have school das. to the, ,Baptist church saying,. "l e_tta_ man of trw.." But'tbe for_the quarter endingMar.flof,tlsr ,j-''I
good _If von want a cheap pair or a Short talks requested to permit the use of' : where the services -conducted
; by representative laymenof I my were' by custom baa high antiquity. A Union Sunday /School I of St..Cloud, Th.. .
good pair cheap com In and *efj. about the name a* si ,candidate for the* I ,
: it. Satisfaction guaranteed. different churches. I Legislature Rev Bunyan Stephen j j writer in the Quarterly Review says the new city.among the pines..
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The i and assure them that I will The service and tbat neb were common in Greece.
S DR. P.G. WHITE, men are. earnestly; invited to attend. ever Episcopal was read Present membership officers 4;teacaers'llf "
12tf Kistimmee. Fla.Vt. Jaa. T. Mitchell. Secy I be appreciative and will continue to do a fortunate feature waa the presence'of scholars 249. attend "
Largest
Almost to advance the interest of One en Him.Pardon .
-- my Rev. Tbos. Watt, an old friend of
t : anee; ]tar. 6. 178smallest Jan 9 lit
horn late of Atlantic ,
For fxdaa all tfie people of Osceola but the me, old a gentleman at
City gk student of mechano- ge. county family; who made the touching and financial statement: Bat on baas
rte entrance to downtown
a rasa
t, y. therapy haa located at,the Graystone, Timber land and improved farm in my business interests are such that I sympathetic remarks, giving comforts I rant. "I have something on J.n. 1, $2&.75. Contributed thia quatster. 'w
and I la prepared to treat patient for Southern Middle Tennessee for Centralor can not afford the time necessary to fittingly to the stricken parents. The large' concourse i yon.
: ailment of make. 'And may I ask what It Isr $45.82. Total 174.07. Expended
any character but a Southern Florida improved., represent my people at the state of friend followed the remain
9' special ty>f nervous diseasei.and Indigestion. L. FRAZICR "My bat"-Birmingham AgeHerald.Hie during quarter $43.41. BaL on band
capital therefore I must decline to be to RoN Hill cemetery where' the little I IfOl'llI
12-tf t-pd Ethridge, Tenn. April 1, 1966. ,
a candidate for the Legislature from was lai.i to rest (Contributed.) :
--- Plat ef View. Cora E. Hyre Sopt. ,
H City Property. W* have 90x160 feet this county.; Respectfully - .- ,, ,
superior location "W .t part of the railway train doyen Mary &/Wldrie. Secy. ,
: one 8, another 8 room List of Petit JurorsThe t :
: house for sale at $4000.00. or will deal J. H. WALKER. .I regard as the most dangerous ---- .
Last Ward.
The (
\" 'for land and'give or'talc*'difference' a* following list of petit Juror have the ipubllsber i I inquired tbe nervous man What She 1 .i8naa ..... ,,
Declamation Cofttest "Ton should bear In mind, iajd .
,'the merit of the demand. The dining car". answered tbe -"Doa't Imagine. said after she.
case may been selected to serve at the Spring "* dypeptic. *-
of the
I "that four-fifth, .
"! ,,'Houses investment will and pay good interest on the. Term of the County Court: The preliminary cooUst to select pie who read. novel are w >>men." peo. ;.1 fl}[ .-Washington .Sttr.rD bad refuse him -that '1,.am goldaway '
grow in value to blow brain oat or dri tt
'il' ,15-tf NELSON REALTY, Co. 1 T. W. Ellis, W G. McClelland. E. R, eight pupil from the High acfiool) to Thafa wby 1 call my new story I my" w amyself
.t.. to death. ,
; i Little farm : Wright, J. M. Lee L. E. LJndsey C. contest for the Carson dC<'elur a len Tb> Lat Word. replied the novelist LawyerAm. > 1 to understand that "No.b. .. replied. "1 I nave 'no ids
Inside
city limits: plenty'room R. L. E. medal at commencement was held last "EK rr. woman will want it."-PbilaKecord -
H. Bronaon Pearce L.
for four; make good rental. houses. your wife left your bed and board? that ;yon will do anything of that kU 4.
fronting on marl road and sufficient Fennell A. L Thompson Grant Bass Friday afternoon, which resulted in the del"...ue Uncle Bphralm! -Not 'lactly.:: bos*. She Ton ere going away 'to do some we.a:

land left to do"donsiderable gardening. J.: E. Campbell O. C. McLean. re-selection of the\following pupils: --- dun tuk l limb bed an' bo'd along wit derfal thing which will 'bring;you .. "

\VTwo houses and fine shade. Excellent Aileei Spier, Ci celia Oventreet, Alma Impoverished be-.-Puck.t wealth and fame and make me regret; /
i location;Ju.t the place for retired far-I I.L bv in N.wJrwed-What. $30 for. a hat? 1 I I didn't.were l eHere.
ijld papsrs. bcuyl t acy qcan iy Griffin, Albert Bearden. Phyllis all tbe rest of myltt. that ..> > j,

d! 'f 16t"mere..'r.... We want to show' you this now. 1'j e( (thiicf;- for 2 :. r.r.'O'{ lr vyjulng. Jarre))!,.Mildred Lee..Ava Collier, Vir. Why Mm.Wm Newlywed simply rldlcolou=. Thnf my what deer! 1 "FI ... today'* 'temptation-*. It 1 _10Q'II' .II'J'ClQl.Dthn.te4 tbaty REALTY Co.
1:',' 1'JELSeN to put.prd-i njaukj\ ; .;t'xi.t' ginla Makinson. i com.." it..good advice. And U It t- one,.oC:.Jbe,.greatest Jlrtle _roes,: nor,
; thought- Harold bur you said It w,* : .
f fV ; seems to be only trifling fight ltvtj er tiifat bad ever come over the ,asphalt. .
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tI1k: :." i'"'," FOR, CATARRH To',' the West ,FOR SALE !i Sprigg Fleming W.. CBASS

."/ -I and Northwest 23,000 ucrcH of TimberLand ,
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.'ij Medicine. Free in Every Case Where ,
CLEANING
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tI "It fails to Relieve; 20,000 atc.'cI'or! I'lios- PRESSING Dealer

r, I ? ,, JW gleet or pesllimi m: we believe, is SEMINOLELIMITED plmtc Land. DYEING r"iREPAIRING
the greatest enemy the public has to I i 20,500;) acres of rapture I
a contend with when applied -to the '-<>'eI Land. I Fresh Beef Pork and|
+ e r recoverY of health. Practically ev. ,
S of ;50,000) acres of Virgin
ery case consumption might have .
L ae word" at mjr house( uoa clothe
? been cured if hope had been maintainedand Timber on railroad. will be called lor and returned. Motion
and proper treatment had been resorted -- -- 24.000 acres turpentine -
Y ; to at the first symptom of the disease. Lv. Tamps, A. C. L. . 10.30 am lands 80 acres with
Lv. Lakeland, A. C. L 11.45 PHONE
Until' the advanced stage Is reached Lv..Kisaimmee, A. C. L, . . 1.05 urn am* 10 acres bearing ora.ngegrove. 4't
11' consumption Is curable. Catarrh is responsible Lv. Orlando A. C. L. 1.88 pm Satisfaction: II 0 ron tee( -'t,; .

4, we believe, for 'many cases Lv. Sanford, A. C. L . . 2.56 pm : _' _. ___... w.'t
'of consumption. It I Is about catarrh wet Lv. Jacksonville, A. C. L. 8.40 pm 19 acres in city limits, .1 :-=

',- want to talk) 'to you today, incidentally I, Lv.LV Tifton Waycross, Ga., A., A.C.C.L L..12.5 10.60 pm am good house and outbuild- L M. WJL.LSON, JR.,

n consumption, since the two are so close-' Ar. Albany, Ga., A. C. L. 2.20 am Ings, with 3 acres of bearing I I 0 REAL ESTATE
*y allied. : Ar.Amerfcusf C. of Ga. .'. 3.35am' There I ,\ NOTARY PUBLIC.. / .
w.hive Ar. C. of G 6.45 am orange grove, 15 acres I STATE AT LARGE $ : ;:'
}.t a medicine mad.from a prev' Ala.. I \ Notary Public, .t '1'
Ar. I> Hue "
Upelika C. of Ga. 6.65 am truck land, with ,artesian Real Estate ( *
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,scriptloh of one o f, the most successful I Ar.> Birmingham C. of Ga. 11.80 am Agent. Ofljce over iloberaonjs
I '." eitanb.p.clallit. mown We believe Ar. Jack.aon", Tenn.! I. C . . 7.25 pm. Are Occasions .I well that flows over .K: U04 Jt. FLORIDA. ''KISS1VIMEE.I ,, FLA.rI44H.4
p ::>.V\; '?(It Is positively without an equal} w. Ar Fulton Ky., L C. . 9.10 pm . 100 gallons per minute. . 'I., '
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?' k ,I .erj' instance v her* It.,ia'usd"accordingd Af Ar., St.Centralia LoyU,, 111.Mo7. ,L IC..T C. .'. . 7.2Q 1.20 am am JI
d . tojdlMcttona( for' a'reasonable length oft Ar. loI.tIJ'i! I. a 06 am. =wtaiMmgSALTED. n.amA. ASH
.- me should it taU to .gnre.satisfaction Ar. 1I.l I. C. . 4.06'am the exratocr r of> efclema+at --- I
-. r in every particular.We want 'evbgi.n'JS. Ar. Kanllak: IH.rr. C. . . 6.41 am' . ... I ,
.,,tt :4 s .diem. at' our risk, r Arcb1ea o(111.; I. C.... 7.15' am Every fabric' Glowing-the ....-.. .... ': 6..;... Door North'of' Postofflce ,,,:
to 'drain of Beuuity. _
Solid thtwigo trains Pullman, reason t S
Sleeping
n are'no conditions attached to our ; -
.ffr."'W fi*j pat the r'under and Observation Can and Free He.cUningChair > dMade4''.jrc"equmD :1 ; i 'J find:SH0$9 t tta
B u no obligations Cam Jacksonville to Chi. . ..".. :: lel Tp,. you will HATS
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    .7 > :The'medicine we want you to trj Itt !' lt1.m: ,through Sleeping Cars Genuine AD.Wo Book andftlfcceyour I I ='DRV-OOODS AND NOTIONS, all of best,
    t ; i i.'exall: If -Toafi. 'It U,catarrh'rero--; Jackaonvllleaad St. Louis.i Buffet/ Par. i confidence in ,the eoga> eY Tad
    ri 1 55 1 '.,,thai goes direct to the"seat of trove 7.fl:1" 7. for For Car Sleeping Tamp Car to Jacksonville Reservations). ? : : : quality and lowest prices. .. ;
    or-any i I Xituormg:Can [ CO.
    ; II ". ;It Is carried by the blood to eYerpart additional, information, communicate 1)I '' : i '
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    of the system. 'It purifies and enriches with' panjr''ItoJ'IDak.-you 76 Fifth Avenue I Call Before Elsewto-
    tq the blood, tones up the mucous' A:'No W. FRITOT, D. P. A.. A. C. L., ', need; let:/jt b_ for btauneuor 5 fMSk NEW YORK CITY : Buying
    188 East
    Bay Street. Jacksonville .
    cells; and brings abouta condition ot Florida. I|'I TTfiffonT of special note. t Write for ear Catalan :
    t health and kIRKLAND. J kind*and alxw of Hld-ahowt2the | f n M 1 1 +++11 Ii.. 1 1 t ++ *i
    that tends
    strength to prevent J. G. D P. A., A. C. L., '
    the germs if consumption from. No.' 810 Madison Street, Tampa,.Fla. ,:J. G. ,KIMBROUGH f Waters||& Carson Gro. Co.: |
    1'y y !,., 'I' getting a start. Beeidea this, Rexall itl'
    ,, jsiocuVTone Is a wonderful appetizer, J OUR AGENTS [ E. A. GILBERTCONTRACTOR
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    t digestive aid and flesh builder. lit J. [: Sharpe & CO ( TUE TAILORMakes !J' H>rSriMi .tiSi.i i h
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    and most'satisfactory selling medicines DEALERS IN t ---;:--- n _.. J. W. ITIIOMfSONFUNERALiDIRECTOR -
    Mar that have had to do 1
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    iff1- with.W. Staple and Fancy GroceriesAND W. Griffin Plans and Estimates Furhislie :
    know so much of the great good ''1. ,
    '' that It baa done that we personally backit 'v .
    COUNTRY PRODUCE 1 !a/t .
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    up our reputation money AGENT FOR .
    ,, 1 which. fact should be ample guarantee I# andLICENSED -
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    to satisfy anybody, Rexall Mucu- "-e KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA r/J' '
    '' come, In two tizee, 60 cent and $1.00.)( I ImtJ :8"q:: EMBALMER The Famous.. Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage, 50,000'
    PHONE 176 '.
    d We urge you to try It. Remember,you .. 1.600,000 gallons per hour.
    t'r can obtain Rexall Remedies in Klaaimmee I / .lfJ f'i ll !l/J Gasoline Engine, 2- to 50 H.-P. Steam )Engines, 5 to 200 H. ,Pj>?
    }: eedyatoarston.4'beRxa11StorL, Preaching>atSLQoud Boilers Any Size. T

    .Oaceola_----Pharmacy.v- - .. --. Sunday school Very Sunday: -.t 9.30 I i j! Delivery* Every Day at Any JlourPatronagesoUeited Oppo.it4CourthoueeKI68IIIMCE ;,. ..Stamped. .Metal. .Shingles- .Ceiling and- Outside Walls-Any-Deagn.JIRON (- -'.
    a;'mPreacbiJIg.t1rat and third Sunday -r) --- -
    Old' papers-for .ale'' at this ''office. at 10:80 a.m.and 6.45p. in., second .
    .SO cents. a hundred.. "I :and ,fourth Sundays, at 8 p. m. tf I North Kivain1inft..Phon.. ._ No. 8 FLORIDA( FENCES ANDS MONUMENT.II

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    Kissimmee. .. '. I : jo: .
    -.- --- Kiasimmee, Fla., March 7, f

    The BoUrd. of County .. ;
    Beautiful Suburban. Home tracts ',of met In regular session on the #.' /" .. : '

    date, there being present: K!;, i.. ... -
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    each health giving
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    ley. Chairman:; ; E. L.D.'Overatre ,;

    ,timber-looking across.a broad prairieto S. Stratton' E. R.: flaaa, and J, H. I .
    ker.-O-Comml..loner. .
    and

    KissimmeCj City-in view of CourtS Donegan. Cler:.,_ ? '. .S
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    oVdered .
    Paid .
    warrants were ...
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    House, High School; Chur cites and lake, led from the various funds in : .L :
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    pleasing picture and lowing amounts:, ,
    making a giving
    Revenue' . .., '..t3i : S -:
    an imposing location for a, home. Fifteen Rd ..... .... . ,. Pf ,
    I'luo.u-i ForTallttr fin\ ,. ,
    minutes from Hotel Gray stone. The following bills were


    A few 'nice dwellings' on these "Highlands" approved C-"' Pruvart and>,feel warrants prisoner.. .drawn... ....:. t; '

    C f'Prormtl.ooramioNlouii. .. .. .. .. .
    and, prices will double.. . ...... .
    ... C K Prevattourl eo.u t ...
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    C F" Pi.".lt,eommhiiiioim .
    At. present. they tire $350.00. each. # Jamov Durranre.+lesa ; 'I

    A I..tery, wllnani. ".. .. .
    John 810.). wltnaM I . .. ..> .
    .J.. rx/i. wI LSON. 'JR.tEAL . J L )Moon ..Ia and fees. ' '
    C F Prevail torvicm R meardcn .....
    / E8TATE AND INSURANCE! E L lelvf.ronimlBHlonar :. <<
    KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA.r L h L D Overnlrwt com rain .n<1 mitulr". .
    J H Wflker,oommiminnxr aDd mtlc... ) ,. r
    Arthur K Dqaegaa, clerk mud auditor :) ,Js
    O K Krlbb, County Judge . .. .. : ,.
    R D DrlKRent, janitor :
    C F PrevaU ore /all .. .. ,
    KlM Tel Co, rent nhoua... . ., : .
    C L Baqdy/eommliiiloiM*,it.s collector : .
    Goods B C Miller treasurer
    See Our D K Floyd one itran of wood . ... I
    t YT Oliver, nufvcyln . ..... ... :: i.
    Kim Bloc Lt Pit. Hchta J.II . .. i'
    Roea G..v.... mde court ho"."
    before We Walter Howard iwo nt.r.n. wood .
    And get prices buying. are
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    7. Robcrnon, mediclnti prisoner :
    the Originators of Low Prices J J IiRim, repalrn road outfit. ..
    KM Valley Oa.fttc. prinlin; .,r .,
    ... in Kissimmee.WE ,. H luffram, hauunff mart ..\ -
    Mach Eros team ( c
    U KXriW". pxrluctliiR rfM-ordu of County :
    Jurtfje's oce : .8
    SELL .' (, W OMntruel 4. U.,,,.Hid fwd ; ,
    Marinu Carton hauling m.rl :! .
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    Apron Checks'at. . 5 to lOc per yd tlcmnna BroH.liiAdmg marl ''
    Ores" Ginghams at 7 to 12tc per yd Younx Tlndall h..lllhlll..du". ,, A
    40-in. Unbleached Sheeting at Tic per yd J C 1.ln.oD. loading mart ;
    Shirting Calico at 5 to 7c per yd 1 I:
    HiloUH (tomoiiN londlilK) marl ( If ; 1
    Quilt Lining at . . 5e per yd Ih-ury Plufiou hnliHiltfniarlfor lrtdRW .
    Bent Calico .. 6} to 7c per yd .
    I KI I. faun Co lumber ;
    100 Dress Ctiods from 16 to 75c per yd 'e 1
    piece (1 U n"K rulldlng tool hoiiKc
    Cloth allllort..t l colors. at y><; ,per yd
    Poplar
    u >; iiracerf Co (<- Check Homespun at 6 to 8c per yd (" F FPrmatt hand uffn. -. 1; t";
    Outing FlannelElegant 7 to lOtJ per J yd l d W A.hIU11IR.rl Inly lilvoro : -
    LitCllrtain (;00<1" .7 to 25 "
    ) < W Aililon road] |pay: roll
    Elegant: Line Serpentine Cape| at 20 to 25c ,per yd It D llolnnw. mcl.. .
    ) Table LinenHeat 3ftr to $1 per yd ,, .'
    K I' f"bnu.rep.lr| ,Raw ugiu> :
    Jalatier. Cloth at 15c |leer yil6T I 0
    JOt' HarlM.T.work |MHir farm
    Table Felt, M-in. at >c per yd I
    > C I. H.rd'iarc Co ind"r 1
    Table Oil Cloth at 2ftc IMT yd
    l' I I. lUmly teleitrjin /; f; f;
    Linen Crash at . . . 10 to 15 per yd road.
    (Cilfy lolintork on > ( .,
    Cotton rash .: !S 10( 8c J per yd K I) DrlKgcnK work com, pool .. ,. "" i
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    The Famous Rub Dry Towel at 35c to 75c50c ; _' .
    I'mnk Cor 1..111. rued pork (
    Ladies' Shirt WumU . . up W' *C Ladies rap,"'''''' B5c up '
    r S htcttltnn. roinmii and inil'*KC.
    95p to $10 ea'hLarlies'
    Ladies' Ski$
    \\' 0 Bronnou_ .n|>t poor farm, paupers S "
    . . 50c N each
    J I'etti tM to $ ;
    \ . $5 N' II VikitironCo., road 9upplla. ... 1 ,.
    Ladies'Ladies' Coat suits!: . . . $9 up up hlate Uank of KlasnnYnie. trgton clay :\ \ ,. ,,. i ;

    Ladies' Vests 10 to 60eLadies' Treasurer filed filed his report I '" .": ,
    Kimonan 25c to $I.r o each
    Pure Linen Laces . . .5 to Z5c5c ing the follpwm amounts ...- '
    12 dorr-Buttons for . hand in the various funds: 1
    Gold Eye N'p Ladies'Coats and Sweaters at popula rice,. Pine and Forfeiture 1i2!'!
    Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculous low prices. /School fund ........ ! /
    beautiful Line of Ribbons Dress Trimmings, etc. /
    A convict Leos fund 11\:t'r.
    Above we have given you prices on a very few nejm... in our I"'." fund '": ; .
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    "'" immense" and well selected stock. ...... | Me I) No. J: ,. "
    low 88 D "0. 'l I ... .
    tours lor good goods ana prices

    : STANFORD 'COZ. > : SSDNo,4.ToI..1ae"enue N '

    With which he filed certificate 1.

    ,, . m ili from the State BanVof . I


    .. He&lso filed a-receipt from the


    \ W. & G.: W. BASS Trustee showing'a Tax Collector for the amount filed tmount of his 20200.of poll$87.71.tax < .jti"'--. --.

    Hexalso filed his. License

    shewing the amount of $51.50. .
    Women
    CONTRACTORS( AND BUILDERS, Tax Collectors' report ,

    amounts in the various fundsxto : ?"

    lected aa follows: Woes art. ..,.
    Wood Brick or Sto .... I ,..: I '

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    School l; throb
    Road.. .... \. .
    PERFECT SATISFACTION Special .......... .. I, ,
    [GUARANTEE TO GIVE 88DN02. ..... > Mt nor in deep. "
    SBDNOS' ... ... ;' ,' r.';;,
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    8RDNo4. ..... .. ..... these woee.'
    Kissimmee Florida Mr..E. L. Overstreet web ilia.'
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    sale of the poor farm fruit 8,662 in *Kiatiin-.

    of oranges at 60 cents, $ '. ; I .'* teU ,
    which 'I,too had bee paid the J" 4' t
    WHOyOURnPRQDUOE SELLS .' I II of 1637.80, be paid at the next : ere'a street
    f ?" '.' .,!.aaffered.
    n> kldneya.
    ? 1Mr. W. O, Bronaon, .} : alao annoy
    .A'. 1/ I of the poor farm handed in his frequency in .

    nation to take. effect at once. PJUa* procur
    .LEARN THE BENEFITS Of*. DEALING WITH board and i .Draff Co:.
    ' accepted same : <<
    "J" MEMBERS OFT ,LEAGUE ." gret at losing Mr. Bronson., / ,,,and ago.,though I have '. ry

    Alter due :consideration the remedy since.
    .'The National League of Commission Merchants &'ovems'relationship elected Arthur Beonaon '. : ,
    between' shippers and receivers and provides for fair dealing always.; of* the poor farm. is
    The bond of A. 'E.. Drought's
    ..Price 60 eta.
    Free list of members in 28"markets '
    should send for
    : prow.rlrand'shlppe.r8 : P. for' DI.triet No. 8, J.. M. ,. N. T.4 sole v
    and other information: to Jr... _and:"U._Q S Stanford aa ; ..'.: "
    jfc ,, were approved. I Doan'a';-and

    'I'N National IJ.LeagueViiCommission Q : Merchants' a chase shipment Uhe from chairman of the culverts.Dixie was authorized Culvert :, . .. ....,


    '' ,0'I' DEPT. 10, BUFFALO., N. Y. 12-4t The Board authorized Mr. I I .J. #
    .; purchase an engine and pump : : I
    --r--, w exceed 12600. to be used in ::Works t:1: I
    tion with loading 'of marl and
    rented to Mr. Pierson. Cement line,
    o licaUon of H. M. Houses Ce
    ) was approved Columns
    N. F. BASS Bond of J. W. Squires aa I .. Chlmner ,
    Public for State at Large .. one-half .
    proved.Mr. brick; ODe ; (
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    Simons, representing the
    1 I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I t. ern Colonization Co., appeared I << In buMr.(
    the Board and asked that the brick. Ce'
    road be changed to shorten the AU' work I
    between Kiasimmee and ... S
    Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates to.)be run along section lines. The Courtrlght
    on Structures of an size or Dimensions whetherit being a large undertaking the I
    'be a Two-Room'Cgttage or a Tourist Hotel. decided to make Personal; I : 'U"I,; '
    .....--- during the present week. Mr. I n

    .. Makes a Specialty of 'taring ARTESIAN WELLS offered nization on Ca.the behalf right of the of Southern, way I
    in which he has met with the greatest'success
    '. '. their lands, and to lend the ;x
    s of any man i in Florida. money to build this road to be .
    to them aa !Boon aa the condition ,
    'i" road fund would
    + ":Oiye- him workand it permit. I
    your Pi a There being further bu.ln }
    f' j w1U" e weld\ a"nd. guic1Jy.done. Jvissimmee, Board adjourned.no i i I {ti t-
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    :): Call f for Democratic Primary pihllhd, Id alit,f6tint}', a. list, of all 1 J Notice 'of Application fur Thx I Notice of Application for Tax Order To" Do Business. 1
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    uamh, itch hevo b's a v. filed "raii liftatOK <> Notice of Intention t to Apply 1 'j
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    ":i-o- = i forsuch o a, Deed Under Sections 574.and l Deed Ujnder Sections 374 and Treasury Department State of rkirida. Ome. of "

    "' f., Elections Y. M IIAM.OTI- General Statutes 575 General! Statutes of Comptroller l'alkhaase.-No. IK'hereaa. ,;
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    i 575 for I '
    . Letters Patent by Aat&ifactiiry evidence praaanted ta
    1 In- voting In Mall l primary nhall l 10. by ballot II -
    n1/n l t ( I In accordance with the provJHloii. of the t.e< nf State of Florida.Notice the-State of FloridaXotiiM I the underaiirned. It has been mole to appear that I"

    " ., primary Uiv-aa i-UHCted tu I'*"'. ali ballot-, ; .IK hereby given that .I. |11. iiobin- a bankinii association, under the name 'Citlaena < sHank
    . code the holillup of T..r.tl" ; IN h..h1 git"ii that '+. Jobnonll.I.U..h..r I ,,.,,. of .K.....'mm..t. K ianlmmo !1
    > Florida
    r a "rl all' ah..11 IM |>rintod and dlt lribiit."'i under lh dlMMtionh |.UTVhiiwr ;{ Iwollon.' to l h. bold iti, oonii.liam-c, withlh/ of thin committee, and on Maid, hello'I of tux certificate.. " 3 7, dated the i the .vth il.., of jail" A |II. l-fft" h... filed said a ill apply to lie I Oovernor of t lie f and oncantaed umier the Laws of Florida, ha. .7
    I Law of FlnrfciH. mid; prlmar\rt< he no held, In 1 III.*> r>f.July. A D I'NiT' has ni.. > firuviMton \
    '. hall .lie prjntoil oil) tli.- "..Inch of PUI h mrllditto certificate In mi olllianil lia male ."..It.-.- 1.1. TMllnhsair: Florida mi the 1.'th 'icy of i
    4ald oountr of the Stall nf Klnrlda. at\ thi eg.lpolliug may offirf, and IIHH mad ap|>.ieatlon 'for ._ I oumiilieil, with h\ the Ranking laws of the State ?
    *- f..r State and National:; oftii'fi. AH nay 'Hccrilll.il inn for Tat I> 'I'J fine 'In nn-onUnce withIHW May.1',10" for I..'t"..r< latent, 1111 orpontliiK "' :
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    . In h ......11' dlatrlrt.iho A INK: d s1 to iHrtiic. in neronlAnee with ,Ins ; fAideertilli | . uf f'I" kla I.'' shall be auth.r'.'
    pla.'e etu '' ring by the i-h.'iriniui ,,! lli- !Slav I'! vccn- ,. mild rertlflnitf' "mtirm-cs the to11..wing; Nee Men Plantation I'oinpanr. a I'ofixiiMtlnn. !' 1 ? an aitaocintHin
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    . .fP' bnll" II ted !h>' Inn for th- holding of aim tlc Ciiunilltue.. Hud the liuiriuuu the ,,tatc1cllitHt Nt rllhralr,' 'ihe follnuiiifc I itro|'ert.tTituMte'l .\ I f d...4crtl I..II.." s rrty tMntite-d h tn fhireoln r-onnty., i' under. the f.'II..I".op".1+ : charter. lli. nrlKHAlfkf I !iaud t,> .**hnmenr. th.* hominess Bankin i -7

    :- tlonx, on TuvVlay. lin.li ilitr ..' Ma1. X I' I"t/l. ('nnglr.sl.nal, nn''" oltl..' .1.IIlCcd n.. .I\.h"\ in Io. + ,.uw.leatntr, rliiriiln, to wit 1 Klririil.. to tor It". S"IIJ.1I..1I oflot eight rs) of uhicli i* IIMU mi file III Ilie office, .>( :Now Thei-efure. I A C' mum.
    I- for the nomination ol nil 'Hi nmrrnlatt ",. 11'11- ?nlsI, 11,11 1 III' AI.n 'Mi i itlun.. ''. "I'ri'it" Jli'giniiniK ".(*>1 eliMinentdflli,- liorlhi-a.ti the I..r) NHre'wis \ii"i .ei Ion, Ji). townshipVnlith Si
    I .N /lor iitni'tur' .- sod) Count) t.> I I..< ,otnl i .1 tin nil ln", 'in Ilif .ilnl> ,u'1II4O. " sod. ii', ortier i>l Int ', rilll nest h.a'{ clunti.. tlience -'.'., KntiiMI 1 n.l.lard ttdursa mil iiAinei* thi* !'n t'\,l .|let uf Vprll' tD. I 'us.. liv Seetio'I. 'Tirj ..f the General HtatuUM of I,

    '..r by tarn lieinprraLli-'<-.-tor-. lit Iii.. 'g. w'rsl,, such nril'-r, n. IIIHV t I.e pn-H( rh, 'I I.' Ilsi." '" "n south lir earl l iti eAst iMHiinlHrr llni. nf .Mnrunnavenue ,land tHIlllt; HHHIMM il j Hi, the aisle, llf thevsiiani I I'Mil. i .the Suite "f Kl.iinlii. eertif) that, the Cltiacn '

    t .1.1011, in i IH hHil Tfiivmiibpr I"l'n.u, to her Illlt'tc'l'rilll: '' 1- eI etRr. earl h.C i hum, .rth"- I" t* ol 'uri.i-irtfti'( ale, the in name ofL'nUnonn. 1.lKlieilt toll 1.1 \M IIAIIM VS nlU'"f Kislmme.*, in the { ounty of O""ceola andthrtiau'ot $
    AppointV'l by the IVimK-ratir ,mitniiJtat .r .f the cliailif, ,to t", Klnnitiir All in "ictmti I. limnxhip' t I'lilenit t Kloil.lj. i. eulhoriud to eommenee ','
    iaidcrtilicat sliHllbcrerloemiil I :
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    ...)MIIU'Mltl. ,her .1! I 1.1..II. Ote..tlda .>, > iiiitli KriUKc _'s Fe.l (AlKltiv 'II I.IAM ,S .\ 1.YKA.ISluiKil .
    < for the entitling two rahAKt aeconding' to law, tax: dmirl, will It-ane the buuuens. of Itankinii under the name abovegiven $
    ''.1 ) M atoHt of' Five .
    : ONP PKIMAKVProvided ) thereon on HIM :i.th'luv of April A. D.. mill. with a rapilal Thirty thihiaif
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    tin hoji .
    tnrMarc in. int-i I nl rnunty curtand hrrrl7bra( the II.n..fI.nk.
    'm .llni-1. ni hand Mn'otl11i1! .....1 thin I the nand. dollars' .
    That aernud primar w I ithn "' )
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    ; tho ft" 'l" lar '' .
    } 1'iiMUIv i-mivfiH- retnriM i .. .
    1 J uudr prnviiitnii of earl law*. loll uI.1 'jr.t nay of Maroh A D.. 1'Jtu I "'t"I- )S"IJ' (I tlJTI- Of 'Y.\\ KHEX; ; I'IAS.I Given uncle mv -tiHinl and scat| of hides this ,fftw
    canary andldah here !bcru n.auilohdrby' .
    what t< a majoril ,
    I Ctrl. apt i-LTIitifAle rftiMll l lft redeemed
    *.. held 1 thc 71 h day JliUc. 11 HC laal'' ARTHUH K.IXlMlMiAN' TA'ITOX r.0\I nlyirith, ) day of March. A I It One Thousand $
    ou uvmlay. ot 101(1.i.o ( ..; .. mill li
    } vote for .h rounl') <>n\ .. in what .N>riiititf k> 'IMU \K li-ed will Isiiiiv. thereon nn II'I I ;
    ... I'i\ %t < li-rk! riii-iui Court. (n <' Kin., Nine HIII.od Ten. .j-
    it 1 "h.... between the hlgliol' , candidate*. t ease a second primary will haw Irt IK hflii. th ash dar of April A..D loin. .ol. 0" [ Tht niidcrKiKiieii' ... c. "
    S,, I where nomluatfon.h.ll not haVM l>reil mn, .loby nets thenvMlvev totrcthnr for the A. ROOM. ;
    and the rhnirniaM' and ivi rcl r.f linn itommllteo. \\ aura hiiiid auil ofYir>iAl seal, tllifl the l's''ysew of 4
    ) vote In th. flmi >fary elTlion my Notice of Application for Tax Deed and ,, I 14-Mt UenptrolkrSal.of Florida.Notice. ;
    majority pr IH"'Ou'hlll".lIr'.I.od f..rmi
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    ;. withiItwudoy.IliereeIter. .h.: t-vitlfj tt*1 IHth day nf Mureh A [}., 171! ,. g H eorpomtionundcr -
    Add at such aecond. urlmary election\ only ouch thechalnnan/ ol II..' State KxotMitlvp Oommitti'fthe [heel) ARTHL'R K.: rjO.XK'.AN." Under Sections 574 and 575 ( and 10)1') virtue of the law. of the :I -

    , eleotona." were iualffiud u> 'ow..1 the< ant rCHiilt of said primary election' in .sal. 'I..k: cii-rL U.'UlII..nrt.O."I.1'111.. "State of Florida with ..nollllld'r tinr llo.. .ini; :j jNottcei :
    , primary election itltall\ .b.. erniitte() to General Statutes of the proponed
    |> VOtu. countv .howltlK! tlm roi-ult nf each 'prwliut., .
    I ---- -- ---- ----....:. hereby grivan that the Council ef the "1
    I/ 'TieiemoerMieCommittee tailing meld primary and 0.11.1110. i-vTrtlfy to the Clialrnmn of tlicCoiiicrrNHlonal State of Florida. I OHARTFMAltTICIK City of Ktiulmnve. Florida will racelve'/ 1"
    o election in compliant. M I ith lawn, hereby the Notice -I-The naini of the
    t Couimitt ttneli Je.nRas to rurpurehnu .
    d Notice I in hereby given that J. DoncvaU sealed bile for construction work of a Waterworks
    d.clar ia the term. and cm' ,alone, on w liich camildntCM for :Mninbcra" Contcn!* Notice t" hcrehy given that the KvKiHtiation purchaser shah 1 t... New Files Placation I'oinpaiiy, and i 7d
    of Tax Certificate No. lot, daud the 3rd and Sewerage SyitemonTueaday, April 1'A. .
    a :legal elector. offering to t tMM-ome randldatott.or Tli f air, i.lnii aa t r'10. 7
    1 at M I'eraona '
    day of D tdtiid f
    July A IUO. haa filed said certificate in : p m wiahlna on aam. :
    I to vote at itch *k my office and ... made application for tax deed plan and anerinrationB at the ofll_ ef
    taken ai proper mcmtxTWof the r.morraticparty i, ......lIdOlle.. iurluiliug raembHra of the CRiHla- lulu, r., April ::")1&. I'.UO. both dabs fn"lukive. "x'j It mar eitablUh branch oflloea an It mar) deem the City Clerk. %

    I t r fr" and therefore cnjtitlpd/to/ participate and tnre. l>efor.. HIII. h primary reps HnnilAr, bctNvcon the h...... of f s A. in. to Said iHaue certificate'in accordance embrace with law the following'" \( dencrib 1 I necei,>ry anywhere in the UnltKd 1'1.'... or In The Council rw..-rKi. the right\ to reject any *
    tM candidate belor..d vof<* at .uch. elections l'l m..ndP: m. and :r; p nl. tbe laUnd of role
    The folio' Ing atiHGftftmcut on i-audidatt are dtstrtcawilf' property altuau in Onceola. Oounty. Florida, to- i and all btda. .1.
    And. the bookx f'w the .
    a. follow: hereby levlml for the various oft.......enumerated |, varumn wit: AKTICI.K :2-The general ualure of the biulne By order of Council thin Kith day al March MlQf. *
    QUALIFICATIONS <>K/CAXI/ >H>ATKSThoiMi Member of flout of Kepredpntntlvu f tfMni' be open in arch pm.,lnct-at Jeaat 2".), during Northo*.t Quarter of Northeaat Quarter of ..nto be tr.u.acad br ho said, Company [Seal ll) J. R. GILBERT. .1

    )t' '. and only those person",nhall be permitted County J"dNe 15.( > each week of thin iw-riod Tlmif And nlace will flection II li.; Township 27 South Range 82 &u.t. shall be the oprratlnn of a ,plantation, : buyingelHiig C.rks .

    I Io 'become /fantoda! before! or to vote Coanty Anaeaaor.of T.xa\ ;i0.fX I t be pooled br oaeh Deputy Recutrallon Ofncer. containing. U) anea. and trading In real and "pemoual property - . -_ I

    tor _MirtlclpM0 them .1J.meot of any pri. Tax Collector . . . . ..-' ).cB C. W. URIFFIN. The cold land being ...-. .t'th.date of th.imuanceof of whatsoever, nature it* own aeeurllleiiand '\
    March Notice
    Burr election In Id by th. Democratic ""n7'a t'' TreaMirvr ,. . .. . ..'! ... ...c.' .. So.no- j .. IT I'-'IO.. 8uper..rol-. Bolatratlon.. : I such eeriUlraote in th. name of F Q these of other corporationmaiiiifaeturliit} ,
    -l : aid otnmtv who.. while, Democratic elector, J 8upcrvieorofBeglstraton' ;;.<_.;,, ;'t. 6.00' j!1- lys---" i-s==j=ra ---f Brown Truces, banding materlah Vulidlug, equipping and KUI ot; ". t'.. a.ftold. decaeed. ,V. :

    \ -:.', ',who deotar. lr ailhnfuucc' to ,h" rrtnrlnlpii, j J Ji County IToaeonting. Attorney A ii?;, ;iy'JO. ( Notice j |)aka Mid certificate shag be'redeemed aGo operating iTeamerlaa. canneries, ire plant. This andur.lKii!"'xl .having. been .r.o"'I' LetUr .,,_
    c and of th. Democratic .. j' '' .. ; L !MotleaUhnroby! given that April !Phi; J9'O.I.l 00 ding to law. Ux dead will iaaue therMMt. on the :,i- oifanlMtkra t rir-Na-'j School CommUnloner' 'm'l ral iv' !AIA! -" 1 electric and ga plantar, tram } upon the Satan or A. C; May:
    tlonal 8Ut..... CountT-\'.... are by the t.", I County <.'omml*.loiier.)IViy,, l SVs.o >s'i-0 i i' !'| the Ia.L day.10 which parties dealrlng to qualify i ii j I.IfJ: jh day of April A D 11110. road and other form of transportation hacillttsandanyand fluid,deceased, h"re.uy givtM notice to all cred'Xillor '

    of the State lawful leoton of the district In I 'J nut lee of tbe Peace ." . .. ', .' '. :..Of) I to rote in the.Doroocratio Primary on May 10th ) Witness my hand and official. Baal this th. 24th'' all'plaliln necnuar'y-for the *. legeteeslordtatributreuru4toallperaont t
    ". which they offer to vote, who have paid their Constable 'LOU and June 17th. 1UO! can par tliBlr Poll T.,.. !iI d f of March.' A D l11IU. conduct of It. bunin ..; bnlldinit'and equipping harlngclalmaorncmanda agaiunt said totate

    poll axalegallyduo the neooud SaturdaT Inlh The desire. to call the attention of all part!lei inlerented I all I ARTHUR F DONEGAN. hollies, ..Ioee. barn,wharves, beak and other to p..ul'h.. .'" duly authi-ulluitcd. within. the

    r ., month preceding....cb primary election. following are hereby appointed and dHH- to a recent act of the Legui'ature .k Circuit: Court. Oaceola County. Florida. I ftlrncttirer. and generally to exerolM: such time preneribed. by law or be! forever barred -
    lgnattt a> l ln.f0iu4.>ra and Clerk of' sod else! '.
    odd who.halU when challenged br any !!elector tlon |I which prohibit nxffrora accepting Iqll Taxes'from -1:1.\\: . powers may eo vested In or incident to the list ELLA .. M.1YFIELDFxeoutrix.:

    p''''. la writing upon oath before. an Inipeotor : I other than tt\e"partr themselves and pre Iyldlsgpenalty ] bualnou of weld corpnfarton under the .law of _ __.u. _
    Precinct I Mn. I I. Kln, lmmee-II ,M I'liaun. Ira otice ot Application forTax Deed I
    ,hi. honor to abide by ..d support the reI I for tame. NccChaplene9 .andi J Florida.
    aultll or.uch prtm.ry.nd vote for lb. nominees j Wetberbee. K W Htalker, lnnecU; W 8 Har11011. 't :>'n2?. 1."OD'16. Act 19OO\ Under Sections 514 and 575of : Notice of Bond Sale 7. !
    Clerk., AnTici.l |-The capital stuck of aid corporation -
    9 tb.raot 1 Precinct No. 2, Shingle' Creek-Walter ", .....1 March C. I.. RANDY, | the General Statutes of until be the aunt of One Hundred and fifty I Th.Council of Klaatmine. City. Florida will re ,
    Ss LIST OP orpICKS TO BB FILLED BY THE r, ley Walter Brouaou WV Iv.y, Inspectors: H I Ii iTOt 1B10. Tax Collector. I Thousand Dollar* (1130.000.001 to be. divided Into i eel.... uuUl Tuad.y. May\ 3d. A. D. 1910 a...d \
    S "S DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ----- --- ---- - .. ---- - .-. the State of Florida. bide on Forty.Thre. Thouaand Dollar. Bead '
    ELECTION I I.Orentreet Clerk. I IFrecluot Fifteen Hundred lljmt akara af tin par v>liu>
    I -
    ;;l Each .s.Norlatb..ld oegety.qu.ufedto No. S, Campbell W Clark D V j Notice of Final Settlement and f I Notioe la berefty'lHrea. that C- D. CamtU. .purI of One Hundred (IIOO.OU' ) Dollar: -each;; :of which each not neMdmc. *.ta per _nt. para-Miam. !..< ;:

    .' t rut.la MM primary eUctfoB aha'l hare the Johnson I T Rial. Iniperiora: Baymoad V ,I ijhaaer ef Tax Certlncatea. N_ 121 .UW... INO 10 per oant. Shall be paid I. cash at the time of teat payable aeml-anaually. s

    'rIP'to rote,,la raid pit........ for'- Laal.r Clorkt' j Application for Discharge.TO dated the let"" of Ju_ UM; Tax Certificate.Noa.41 ..I _01".0"')of the builnea* and th. remainder (Beth interest and principal .....w.at the 81.

    Il; i OM omndldato for United Statei __....' Precinct No. 4, e.boro-T N fur, Marion t ALL WHOM" IT HAY CONCIRN] and 416. dated th. tth day ef July. it***: may be paid bj Inatallmant aamarbe floe of the. City Tr.a uror. at Elmlmmee: City:

    7: 4OM oaadldato,..........taU...la Con.rei iJatMoe Warren H 8 Partln. napeator| J B William. Notice U hereby given that the undenlgaed.a Tu Cortifleato No. 161. to*. 170. m and tn. called apoa by thf Board of DirectorATtci.g *.- Florida) Bond. t* mature aa follewu. Fir Bond.la .

    ,"Pwandrdah.for { of the Supreme Clerk. i guardian of Ira M. Lee, minor will on lion dated trd day of July.1MO. ha Bled Mid ....1Ie -Tbl*corporation shaft exUCfora flre-... pin. bond in tea yean,tIre kae Ma '
    ..c-n.: diy ate.la _..... aad ha. male for 8fta.a yaara Xiarht .band ,. Tin
    Precinct No. S. C.bb-W R Kettle. K day the IMh of June' A. D. 11110. at -10 afpUoatioa! period ef alaety-nlneBO( ) year, tweaty yeara.
    'I'tNI. eaM'da'" lor Railroad OO..t. a.". Blount, David Raulenon, Inrpecton; W A 81 o'clock, a, m., preaenl my Baal report'for can tax deed to lane la aeeanlanoe with lew. .Aauci.II-Tbe'balaea.. .hand. In twenty.,. reara. and Tea. baada la thkftoartMed t ,
    Vii; Ox oaadidate for lllat, Auditor.. bank, Owk. ; . Brmatlen la the County Jndge'e a Roe U Oea- Said oartiAeat*.embrace tbe following daaarlb.ed of the. corporation .. ,... .... 1n

    .( ,. o.t..1data for saber. ., the Bo.M .l PreetnctNea: :.nhlttler-John H BalxUn. 0 {I ola Cooaty; FJortda. and will apply to sold psv.V.Rstd m Omil oaaurty.: FUridaiflir' than bveondaetod by a Board of .lx Dimeter .04 cheek for'I.GOe .nj acoampaq ..

    ...._.....u....:.* R Baa*. F ,J OodwU., : ii ef. of ... 11M Mwth with. .Tra orat, a.......,and 0".Direo, b. mbythSddaref Ma-. .
    OB*_BdMate for Covaty Jud and I..... Clerk JOBIK M. Lag, .t4 cast tbs aaraltel A01n01iMe'dakb
    ( ... .. '
    inr;sod suck other... . hoIIf
    Mate
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    R. 1L a dw. wM12.1Teha. oarth 4M eh tekagiaalngt '
    (OMBtf Ooart Premaor Rom, Baaalnger-W" W Chandler, !I M tmothly' Guardian.' <
    :; . ... ... a <.. 10 time be deemed --..." byb.. Board of .TIMe Caa.U naimaa the anr'aaJ- "
    v One eaexlldate for. 0. ... .fmreeutlng At- "....04, Cl.m.lit. Oba Campbell, Intpector;; _. alax eha Met and e1.aut.l .. right to rajeet
    ,-' ., W P Uaderhlll. Clerk'. i iFrednot r aw earner, .." of "'% ...-HIT .!... I.areoIraeIors, 'abaH'be elected to all bid. .

    4 o.1'MCotIat' Aaee or olTa'_ No."a. N.rrooese.-John., W Taos NOTICE. laWaparalMwith R K a..... then waet II eha. gene for at hater.. 01 ou.'year; by tb *4ock.lioldera By sMw.fCouncilthis7thd.S'. of. Apri'ADt t

    0..onwlldato for Tax Collector. K Lemon*. R. L Kva**, ,In.perter. .r W Bill.Clerk. thou. north t..21.... to k.. aalng. :. mlae. baguuiaaT.eometofMU their annual election tobe bald 011 1 HO. (II.
    r" .t :.One- dldate for County TreaJnret. Sale of School Land's.Tallahhaaaai. .. ., nr%. wt 2p red, amrth II 'loa third Friday of Mayof each year, and tbeomoer K. OILBBatT.Clark. .

    ti 3t One esgdidde I for BuperrUor of KefUtntlon.Krerr P W HI LI, T M MVBPHY.Beoetary. I soda.sot 10 ...... south to nda- ama, .......leg ball be elected for a term of one year ',
    S. 171 pr elector In each echool board dlMrlet Chalrmaa. : ....... hUreh-IS.. 1M*. I tnradawMtef aeeoraeref su of w4.w! .*.0 by the Director Immediately after the. elftctlon' l----- .

    .hall. ban th*right to vote for candidate I ___ r TW_tat. Board of abtaeatleei wul-aeU te the ....., taorth lit......eaM S/......Moth M raoai .... of the Director by th. itoekholdan, The .
    ont -- U t ...... ... beat bidder for oaK the faUnringlaOanaala i names of th* offloen who, are to conduct theM
    for M abs ot UM Board of Public InetnieMaafrom the we*. *4 ef tbeeeH ef nrVj;aw*,tbe oH af aVi Wof ..... .
    Mich diatrlaU. .. : Notice of Application d.sdbad ..... biDe _ntr.: Florida: wl6N..KJ.2pw.wlf: ",t.IS" ewkef eeU: buriess of the sold corporation until 1 a full -;

    , A : it Jtverr toator In ,each' CountCommfaaionera >.4io.wherW>reat.aawlM< ft may eonera. AB Baatla le; ta Township' IB floath.' ........4 I aka doe mtof mwf dwof sat i .....tb40 .% Board shall be elected at the lint annual meeting ''

    TMMrh shall have .. Ra4Mnt.i.2og6Mlac..u. .,awM of ...u.f aeK: all of mod. deaaribW. ..... are al follow.: :
    the rl.'ht to Term for one canUdate that tbs :a th day ef. April 1W*. I will : ... Cafe LaRuc
    Fiaa dateef .
    the lint of Woo
    rj for County Oomratenloner from raehDistrict. aaakeappHeatiwtota.Ceir.tr.. Judge of OmolaCeaajty. i iotk..ati* twerre e'ektek noon.appearance Monday. April Wing to ...... S,.towaehin S"eeuth raaara V \ :

    Il t for aa oraW to sag at prirat"* ....for Sb.p I* . cast.Tb. fansgar.
    ... ..
    11. A. Dl !*. bid. wet faearrad byAJbart .std k.dwb.fa..r.asrd at the data of the
    ;, Krerjr elector la each Jiuttoe DUtrlct to-wti aymeatof ...... the following dmaglb.d so..1 W. I
    QUehrmt. IVaalliateftb.State Beard
    Ira,2I,4sodI.h.UlISnth.rlgbrtovo.forNII _of Walter'B.e..tV. <.i.lyhw s4,,,- ........o.sb.otidatw ra the arms ef Uaeardbig . 8erretaryARTICLg A La' Carte
    tF << 1 ef EdiiMtihia: the Bum ol Florida.AUbkbtaiimtbe.addreeaed ; xo
    bsWa. Nb Emma 86.ab sod w.SWIhart.
    KiadHato. for the offiee of hag b the County pMeula and State ef Pkrlda.Vaeaaihad The amount Indebted-. C -
    of thePeace hlgheat .
    Jartlpe to Alben; W. Ofl.ef . -
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    ; ....... V..w eataestae .... ..-......... -7
    T la their..pectlv.'d1.srtiy' as : whist ........ the State Beard Kdoeatto. "tr. dead ueaa or liability to which the maid corporation .
    to taut war Ines thereon
    gao... elector In .... JniMoe" Dlitrlck to-wtt: All Ifcat part ef 8ee iae>4L.Twp 48. 8 rana ore Klym af the Hate of ......... doy.1 A. D. l 10.Witnaaw en the can al any time cubjeet) itmlf ihallb* the I

    .J Hot.,*, 4 and ....11 hare the right to rote for .aarth-eaM of the runty public mad ruanlna The State Beard Education: ....anew the right. April emclal and mount of It* entice Capltal..toek. -- J.
    aicnatura .al. this led
    aay
    ( i s.eandldato for Oonctabl. la their re eotlre along the e4Ehgee way of the St. Cloud to reject a9 and an bid. day ef ........ A. D. in. Aanoti 7-The name- and .....1<1._ of thinbacriblng !
    6 Jn>4lceof the Peae tM trlat. Sugar Belt lUlhraail'deeartbed .. follows: By **** of the State. Board of Edt...... this SeaO ARTHUR K. iaoorporator' and the amount ol
    DONTCAN.
    'OOllVDTIOJf&acb AMof the.wi< af said eacUoai eweptuMT Fish capital' Mock subscribed. for for
    llth bl' ouch are a*
    day of March A. D- IftO. Clerk Circuit Court 0ace0Ie County. Florida. Everything the Market Affords 4
    1 ; .'eolOr'.ball t....' the right' to rote forarasals.ta8M4SCoov.nUs Lake Canal and all the land lymar s.tb.at AIM** OlLcaaia-r.(. rrwE. -" low: e
    f Uteieftroai and between said Coanty load and Fish j.
    and &he..O. B. McLm. Seleeman. mar ltt Wllilam Hahmau, Altoona, Penn, $16.000.00. Served in Up-to-Date .
    'appear epos the ballot.after the name of the - - _. Notice of Application forTax Deed I II Style. f .
    AO the wet H of the aei) of said. aaatlaa ex.Mptina William H. \1, Kiaalmme. Fla. OXO..
    ...4Id._, tb..word, *. "For a Convention" Estate of C. H. t
    that part liter betwemr the aid .Countyroad Fountain. Dec'd. I Under Sections.574 and 575 Htonawail J. Trlplett, BOO. 00. ,
    1 { aa4 .A..... Oonrenttoa *q that the quei- cad Fish Lake. Notice I* hereby given that the naderalgned. In wltnaaa, whereof the mid Incorporate .. /

    ,' Moosgwh.W.rarnotb.noaventlonshallt AD of u.. ot'u.. a.H of MId Metioa on.e.ptfng adnunlatrator.f the .*..te 01 O. H. Fountain General Statutes of the Ioan.bentlDIo.... their hand and seats it the -

    ke called by the State Democrat Xxeeotlr. that part bring. between said. Ceunty road d............ will oa Monday,the 13th dar of Septemncrjiext State of Florida..NMIee .. meeting held on u.. 2nd day of April. A. D. IRIO

    Committee ahall be determined at eueh-primary- and Ft* Lake_ ., make final aettlemeat of hi* ad- I .la-hereko gi M Mat J. K Stratton. par Signed) WIU.IAX UAHMIV (aealj) GENTS

    p .5 5 "7.eJeo wbyTB.al.etor. bf Ihlil Bald AU of the n.',*of.."ot aald-aeeUoo...xemtlngthat mlBlatraMon.... of said tetesand apply"'hishargeaesuch.dml.at.stor ehaaar Tar Certiaeate' No. TO. dated the Ird day (1 IrDed) Wiu.if 8. Atria (*seal DINNER 36 i
    t TIME FOB QUALIftINO lyW batwem MM (Btrned HTCNKWAU J. Tairtirr la aJ' ,
    : part Ceunty road wad N. U. BMTH. AdmlalMralorMarch of J.. A. D. 1900.-ha. Aled aid ....8ca.. la my ) .
    Kach. pereoa deelriag to have .hi. name printadanthePrbnaryKtectlon Plah Lake. *tb, 1910. 11omoINoticeot ..... aad baa.. mail application for tax dead to ... Mate ef Florida (I ** .

    ; t ballot a. a oandl.datefqvaar Alee th. undivided one-half of .... awU of the - ,. ao.aoeordance with ..... Said eerttAeeC.'em. County of Oaceolal{ .. JI, ";

    y } *mnty offloe shall tile with, the eeX of theeeMef" aald eaettnntl, Twp n, range Final Settlement and kiana* the foTlowiaw deaerihad property, anuaudaa Before ... pemonally appeared. William Hah- .' :

    y. i; ehalnaaa of IhU*oommlttee, .a or before lh. aaebrmcaorth-eaatoftheaaU County ....... lex.apUna Oecaola eouty.Florida. towM: man. William 8. Alyea and Stonewall J. Trip- .1 .:

    alb day of APriL D 110,hli, aotlo. of eandloVaey the--half of the.. .half tkaraof. Application for Discharge SonthM. quarter ef eoutheMt quarter ef ae*. ett, to m* known aa the ubaoriben. deeerfbedn Will Serve Ice Cream< \". '

    ., and .PPIloMlora1O have hU name aoprlated Tkla application I. n.... to warms the mlade*. NpUe. i* hereVy'giren I that the (underalgnedaa .... K. township ta. south .....II oat. and who executed the foregoing inctruinant

    /i'r vpoa a blank to be fucaUhad by lb.aeld erlpttoa m a former' pethMoa BiaaanUJ too ...MM Admtniktralor.ef th. IMato: af J.rry fat. Tbe Mid land being aaaa. il at the date .f tbekmiiane. and eereralty aekaowtodg, the exaoutlon thereof Saturday and Sunday '

    obalrmaa and aeoompanled by the araonntf Cj>ut ..u tbs._ ...... sad te refena anl Potter, -... .-", m 00 aaturday, July IndVI of wish eertlneate la the name of UnUalea ,to be their free act and deed for the nurpote ;

    + fci aiieaimeot a. p.clned below, and DO l i.n'--' pesesala.s. u.-. 10, _II.. Una I aettlement with .... County bowa. therein. ..ipreaaed.Wltneu .

    + 10 .name of tap inch candidate hall .be printed All >eraaaa.harfaiaehlacthin.. teth granting ef Judge of Oeeeola. County Slats of Florida and, sold. eartinoat.shag Joe......... -... my baud and official' ....IoD tbli 2nd I /

    ?:? ...o.or _ated. or returned If printed noon. aid order will Ue the eame with .... County: apply for Sari discharge aa.aid Admlnletrator. .... to law tar deed will lame thereon oa Ute llth datyof April A. D. 1910. Old can -be bought at thig office-' ;
    } unless thU prorlalon ....U Judge uriaaM Oa er betere cold...... Deo.:: 1909. papers
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    :-.-- eaell ballot J: OTaaarnnn, day of April. A. D. 1910. (Signed) JA8. W. LILLY at 20 cents hundred
    ryNb.goompWdwltheddehatrwatahallJa.a.dbaly Marsh Tfcd, tnt HXMRT: Tr BAflB.! Admlniatrator Ze....of4 (foulARTHUR E.: OONEOAN.CWHt (toll' Notary Public need (6 per under Joitwhafyoo. .J:..
    Z -- put
    **- your"carpeu.. matting -
    ibareafter furnish to each .t w, .. 1/-R 'Admmbtrator at aaid aatata n-Xtmo.. Jerry_K. Patter, ef Ore. _Court._Oaoaol. CMnty.; Florida. t. MycommUilontaplre.pecember24rl.il." .
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