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 15, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00433
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,, A t' SPLENDID,.:.. i... GARDEN :THE; CONTRACT IS LET: j ( [E2.! : IRRIGATION! 4 4"Old

'The'Ten-Aae Potatofield! of S. B. ..__. '" ,_.J.. '- ..,. _. _-'- .. ., InterestinglyConcerning .
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Aultman Will Yield! Sixty-Five 'j acres of" valuable truck\ : and''' fruit i lands\,I'For Installing Complete- *' System by the Council' which tia. as. above sta I, This Most Impoo
'hear Kissimmee and lus will have+ ted. portent Subject. 4'k' ,
the Acre. ,
Barrels to '! 'There being no further'"Iiuslncsh, the
placlrig l the the '
t ....... __ .n._____ cbarge'ot market in small tfect. property 4 on ,.+. of Water Works and SewerajrePrlce Council adjourned' to meet in regular Hii! tor'Valley Gazette '
There are truck gardens, big,and little In November 1902 Mr. Mattocks I M session Tuesday,. ,May 3rd A. D. 1910! ; While
large number of
RIVERS' people
Kissitnmee, but none surpass I at 7.30 p. m. T.: M. ,
around came to Lenoir from Asheville, wherehe Is who have bought'land here with the I intentton
field owned by. Approximately .J. R. GILBERT, president.1 : ,
the ten-acre potato ,, ,
4. was vice-president of Asheville Fe- of farming, have probably hvestigated ..
Mr. S. B. Aultman which lies just west male College. Soon after his arriva!"

of and bordering; the'city limits, pur- here he sta/tcd, a real estate business . 'j Forty-Six, Thousand Dollars.Watch : W. ZIM 1 nay! something the subject about: Irrigation yet I want if not to '

I .Ing the past month: it ia possible that I i under.the naive of Mattocks Lenoir.In \, '. for them, then' for the benefit of the *
fire hundred people have visited this 190fi he'crgrinized'the Lerioir Realty' '
< ; Kissimmee prospective purchaser.
\\f' field, and every one remarked that it and Insurance Company arwi -heti the "* grow Candidate for Congress Pays Kis- r '
It is useless for me to.discuss the advantages .
in The contract has been let for installing eomplete system
,' ( excelled anything they ever saw the and a
yy, position manager.llecreta..y
simmee of farming by irrigation over
a Visit - *,
1vegetable lint, treasurer until last August. Duringhis of Water Work and Sewerage, in our town and the price is approximately the common method of trusting to l luck

fir f:'" Mr. Aultman purchased forty. acres residence here Mr. Mattocks always I $46OOO, and work will begin just as soon as the ,Hon. Louis W. Zim present State for sufficient rains-to make a .crop.;, ;

of land just across the cypress .swamp I identified himself with every measure preliminaries oan be arranged. The council at its session Tues= Senator from St. Johns county, and Suffice to say that one is a surety while'

f'i less, than a year ago, and last fall had I It looking'to the development of the town'' day night received: a large number of bids, and it required considerable I candidate' 'for -Congress from Wednesdayand this district -1 I the other is a game of chance Beside"
condition for planting) and he accomplished much in the way I -- Was 1n the"cily "bnT ,
ten put in !
acres moisture
to the -
l lowest applied just a*
time to figure put just what the and most
were the Valley Gazette a most
hav- and Pollsi.bilities. paid
t -* Irish potatoes in theearly spring, I:of advertising: our.reeoy'rces I needed is compelled to produce the beat
ing in the meantime sunk a well and .-IA'Doir (N. C.)) Topic... :I responsible. pleasant visit. -1 results. The farmers of Louisiana and
I? obtained a flow of about one hundred Kissimmee will now tike her rightful place in the list o The senator is making a tour of the Texas used to raise a quantity of Prowidence
WORDS THAT CHEER I entire district in the interest of his can
r5; gallons a minute, with the result that up-to-date and progressive Southern cities and in less than three rice in the old days. Now by I

t, today he is digging potatoes at the rate II: : 1 "years' time the largest inland city in Florida. All that 'didacy south having been on and the East Coast most Irrigation. the quantity j has, not only
that far as Miami speaks
to the acre as '
of sixty-five barrels Heart We Toff increased an hundred fold\ but the
And Gladden Our
\ will all class as No. 1. as has retarded, our town's growth in the past has been the'absence hopefully ot his chances. of success, has been
} quality vastly improved.The
1- Potatoes are' now bringing 7.50 per for the Public Good. I of Water works and Sewerage, and now it will forge, to the frontat saying that at every place :visited he lands in and around-Kissimme

i,' 'barrel{ in the eastern markets, which The following Is a sample of many : a rate that will astonish its most ardent advocates. has found friends of whom he knew offer exceptional advantage: for Irrigated

means 16.26 net to the grower- pret- letters received by the Editor-of the 1 The following a list of the successful bidders: not. crop, by virtue of the ease with
i profit to 'jmake on an .investment Valley Gazette, and they go a long way I Senator Zim has been in public life "
>ty good
Division No. 5, Pumps and Fixtures to The, : Platt Iron which water can be obtained for that "
of '100, especially when the time toward keeping alive the spirit to con- in Florida for a quarter of jf '
artesian well
necessary to produce that crop i is not tinue the fight until every man is made I Works Co.. Dayton. Ohio. Div. No.3. Tank and Tower to either as a State official or a eentury'l purpose the farmer By cal boring have an an inexhaustible;

ii'; over one hundred days, leaving sufficient acquainted with the fact that Ki sim- ( Chattanooga. Boiler & Tank Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. editor, and is regarded as the water supply and one that will abo i

time during the year to produce mee is in the center of the most favor-j To 1. C. Mishler, Chattanooga-Divisions. No. 4, foundation honor and honesty. by' all tely belong him. These well can b*

c at least two more crop of well paying : ed section in all America. We for Tank and Tower: No. 6. Reservoir: No. 7. Building; No. 8, him. He is the owner and* editor of obtained at an averyrae depth of ITS
vegetables.In assure the writer that while his remittance . N'o. The Meteor published at St. Augustine feet and the water will flow above tbr 1
Water Pipe'Line 9. Erection of all Machinery: No. 11.
; of the foremost
I fully, appreciated, still his words and Is one -
a conversation with Mr. Aultman is surface on any land not over 70 feet
1 : Boiler and Pump-Connections and Asbestos Covering for same: writers in the State
toj us than does
the least he of praise meanmore .
t! he was asked was above sea level. A well on the.O'Berot.ry
would take for ten acres of his land, his money. The life of an editor is not!>> No. 13. Laying Sewer Pipe. The senator left on yesterday. for farm near Kissimmee flows a four

and he very quickly replied, "Ten thousand l b.y any means lived midst sweet-scented I To Columbian Iron Works. ChattanoogaDivision No. 2. Gainesville.THFRICWST. -- -- inch stream twelve feet above the sun

dollars." Noting the rather peculiar perfumes and but for an occasional rift'In Valve Boxes and Hydrants for Water Main SOIL face! As most of' the; country around,

expression on our face his answer the clouds like the following, the To Chattanooga Sewerpipe Co.--Div. No. 12, Sewerplpe.To I Kissimmee I Is below the 70 foot altitude
i burden would be just a mite too heavy; -
made the following
occasioned, he W. F. Hamilton Div. No. 10 Well. irrigated farming may be ceunted on M
: "You may think my price to carry: I ." Mr. Albert ". Wessell, of Pittsburg a practical certainty 'by the investor;'
little I Davenport, Fla., April 10th, 1910. To Central Foundry Co.'-Div. No. 1 Cast Iron Pipe. ,
dollars acre a should
of a thousand an Pa. Has Florida Dirt AnalyzedMr. for even the land'be a little
high, but let me show you : These days I It Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Conditioned that said parties could furnish the unqualified above the .maximum any way the

the average man Is content to get six Gentlemen-Please find enclosed fifty approval of the South Eastern Tariff Association. Albert H. Wessell. of Pittsburg water will flow to the 70 foot level \

r. per cent for his money which means cents for my subscription for six Pa.: who was here last July and (in I and can easily be pumped the balanceof \
I months. The longer I receive your paper connection with his brother purchased '
$60 a year on $1,000 investment. can the way by 'gasoline engine One i
; easily make above all expenses $500 a the better I like it I think you The New City 'Councilmen twenty acres in Kissimmee Gardens of our citizens put down a well on'high

,y. year from each one of my acres grow- have an ideal .way of advertising Kis I from Mr. J. M. Willson Jr., arrived in ground: and as the water came' only

ing vegetables, which is I fifty per cent I simmee, and which I think is an ideal I our ity on Monday and will at once within fifteen feat of the surface, ha
: town as I made a visit there last Feb begin putting his property in conditionfor purchased a small gasoline angina and

(require ruary. Very respectfully Take the Oath of Office and Assume the Reignsof cnltiyatlon this fall and later hit pump erected a tank and I laid( aom..

that I would really be doing a very F. K. AMOS. brother will come. lines
see \ Government for One Year. pips over the field with plug ar- "*
..' foolish thing to take even $1,000 an acre When Mr. Weasel left here last summer that
MACHINE ranged so sr small,garden hose,
for my land?. I know of no other business fOLDING -- --- -- he carried package 'of the soil with sprayer- attached could be connected -, ti '

in which I could invest my money I The following is a partial text of the Education, Cemetery and Charity of his land and had it tested by expert at various point sufficient to'

I .L that would return to me one-half that 1 I New Edipse folder Installed in the proceedings of the several sessions of Committee C. Moore, chairman; W. florists and truckers and also' by a water his whole'garden. .

1 per cent." the City Council, held last week: J. Sears, W. B. Makinson. chemist of national reputation and they g The cost is_very small when compared
I That' logic is sound, and it is a won-. Valley Gazette Office. Tuesday, I\pril5th. .,Rules and Ordinances Committee without exception stated that it was by with irrigation in other countries,where: .'

t 'der why thousands of acres of lust ass The new folding machine which-this Sealed] blds.were received as follows Wt J. Sears; chairman; J. -Moore' J. far the richest that had ever come under it is necessary, to ditch 'aroui>d side-

'-. good land ale that owned_by Mr_Aultman'andwhich office ordered..several weeks. 'ago', arrived tor bonds authorized by the election of M. Hansell .' I -_ their observation and that it would hills and flume across gullies and low

. can be bought at from ) and has been In talle4. It was March 9th 19l9r; to the amount of $43' Electric Light .Committee-" ,, J., produce abundantly of anyt.hlnc'plant,.- places I; _

l: $25 to 9100 an acre, are ,not taken up made by the Eclipse 'Folding Machine 000 for the purpose of installing water Sears.chairman' ; "W;! B.: Makinson J. ed.for fully five years without. tho use A well here amply 'sufficient to sup -

,4 without a mornent'a hesitation by the Co. of Sidney Ohio, and is a high grade works and sewerage: Bid N. ..l offered M. Hansell. of an ounce'of fertilizer. ply all the water needed for the: family:
!. hundreds of people who visit our section machine.- It will facilitate the work in par and accrued interest to. date of delivery Mr. Wessell stated that the Valley
and to irrigate five of land will
Building Committee-J. ,C. Moore acre. +
every month on a tour of invests. this office to a great degree being and premium 127.59; bid No. Gazette, which was read by a large cents i
chairman; Hansell W B. Makinson. cost from 35 to $1.00 a foot,. an
gation.. I : much faster thao folding by hand and 2 offered par for 810.000 upon delivery; 'number of people in his town had created engine and pump from $100 to $175,
, Land in the North and West and we requiring only one man to operate it. bid No 3 pffered' to pay par and accrued among them such a Florida fever one-inch'galvanised iron pipe 8 cents i
't have made this statement on many previous 'Its present speed which can be increased interest to date of delivery, bid No. The mayor's message was then reams that he anticipated a large number a foot, and the tank and derrick about!

.r occasions, that wllll'oduc.. a net at any time by using a larger pulley, 4 offered par and! premium of $47; bid and the Council recognizing the necessity coming here during this-year, and he $75.00. .

' profit of $20 an acre annually can not is about twenty-five papers a minute.It No. 5 offered par and to furnish the city of keeping in line with' the many desired to make the statement direct It is a wellr recognised fact :that .

I; be bought for less than M50 per acre, is a fourfold machine that is to say with handsomely lithographed bonds I good points contained therein ordered that the stories contained in this paper praying is the better; meU.ocS'of" irrl"p
those sections that is it will fold four different times. same spread upon the minutes. (Message 'found true fri Instance when
I. and in profit consumed a paper ready for execution free of charge, were every gating vegetables, aa It washes,the m..:. ;'
fuel to keep warm and While ft"is to take a published in last week's issue"> investigated.
,j in buying adjusted paper provided an allowance of $2,000 was sects, bugs worms 'and 'their larvae.
". feed for the stock during the long winter 30x44 Inches-the size of the Valley Ga made to pay for bonds and attorney'sfe A petition asking the Council ,to consider Watch Kissimmee grow. \ from the 'plants, besides giving, them +'
'1 months, while In this section any zette-it can be quickly and easily adjusted offered and the advisability of running the
s; bid No. 6 pay par a the necessary moisture, I while .t !
.). ; 'land however poor it may be, will produce to fold almost any size. premium of 240, also to furnish blank electric lights from die hours of 10 or NEW PICTURE ,MACHINE flooding only feeds the root.., ;
k '' five times that amount annually While this work of folding papers has No. offered 11 a. m. until the regular starting.time,
; bonds free;, bid 7 to pay Mr. L. A. Minx, of, this .place'haian
and the rich muck land twenty times heretofore been done by hand the* labor $43,895 and accrued interest'to date of was presented the same having been
Invented. by Mr. L A. Gilbert, of artesian well at his bom.that work
1 't,.. that amount, and It can be bought at of,the mailing department has increased delivery and furnish blank bond's free; signed by twenty-four subscribers. a h'CIrauUc'ram.. which keep his tank
l r- to according to to such extent until the After reading said petition. the same KissimmeeMr.
'from 910 9100 per acre an. pur- bid No. & offered (bonds dating from full of water all the timew ,If' ,
'J 'accessibility to transportation lines, to chasing of a machine for this purpose $103.66' was referred to The electric light com- .
April 1st 1910)) 'U4,561t.50 E. A. Gilbert, of Kissimmee, has Watch Ki.simmeegjpw,__
r say'nothing of It not being necessary to could not l longer be delayed. and furnish blank bonds free; bid No. 9 mittee. invented something new in the way of vOtp"YAMS
'l ; out dolar for fuel or stock feed Watch Kissimmee The matter of bids' for the --
, ,lay one grow. pay par and accrued interest purchaseof a moving picture show. His machine .
.,' :during the'year. GOVERNORlGiLCHRISTTells of delivery and a premium of bonds was taken_ up? and. after due is built In. the shape of an aeroplane PAID THEIR MONtY '
It I is true that two year ago there I 1517.90; bid No. 10 offered to pay par consideration action on same was de- and has a number of automatic peepholes

.1 'were not more than six acres planted arid accrued interest and a- premiuni of ferred until Thursday April 7th 1910 through which It is"impossible to

: in vegetables in this section,for export, I the Editors About the Good at 11 o'clock a.'m.. to which date the see the show without first depositing a i I List of ndiWbo Qualified',' '
$751.After "
while today there are more than one opening the above bids, actionon Council adjourned. nickel in the peep hole slot By virtueof for'the Primaries.: -:

thousand but then our people did not ; Roads in Osceola County. same was deferred whereupon; on Thursday. April 7th.. its construction the machine can be i.

"t ,'know.that they ha/1 at their very door The fame of Osceola county's 'marl motion the Council adjourned sine die. The Council met pursuant to adjourn carried anywhere and as it was prima The following I.I a list of tlie eandl-7

' a veritable mine of wealth In the rich I roads has reached to the remotest actions The. new members were then swornin ment, there being present T. M:Rivers rily intended for an open air show all date. who have paid their assessmentand .

tuck' soil that surrounds Kissimmee, of the state and every man, even by the mayor president; J. C. Moore J, M. Hansell costs of hall rent, etc., will be eleminatod whoa name will be printed on the \ i
.1 .but they have tried it and the test I Governor GilchrUt, is singing their ThiS Council reconvening there being W. J. Sean, W. B. Makinson and J. thereby creating a great savingover ballot to be'voted .*t the c Democratic- 7

.1 proved better than they anticipated praise. The Governor in speaking on present W. B. Maklnson J. C. Moore R. Gilbert, clerk. the old time methods. It Is just primary on May 10th

j ',i with the result that the fame of Osce the subject of good toads to the State J. M. Hansell and J. R. Gilbert, clerk. The purpose of the meeting being to the thing to be used at street fairs and For Member, House .of Representa-' ,
11)). l ola county dirt has reached to the re- Press Association at its meeting in All members not being present, J: C. consider the bids received! for the carnivals.. ._ lives-C. S. Aeree S. J.':Triplett. ., M. 'J.Hicks. -

1t '-*' jnotest comer of America and people Lake City,, had the following to say I/foofe.w..,-upon motion -unanimously l bonds:the bids having been ,opened, Mr. Gilbert, who I. now in Orlando d
{( r,, are coming here by.the hundreds and about the number of miles and character elected president pro tem. and it appearing to the Council that the with his machine has long been known For County Judge and Judge of County ,

'f.engaging' i in trucking and fruit grow- of those lately built in this county: The hour being late on motion the advertisement was not specific enoughand as a mechanic of rare ability and hi. Court-G. F. Kribb. .
. ,:' '"K'-X But there is still room and rich I "Osceola 6 of marl 3 clayed. <4< of Council adjourned to meet Wednesday, some of the bids being irregular it new invention, apart from the natural For Prosecuting Attorney County". } s'

,'land enough left in this section to ac- rocks. In this county the Commissioners April 6th. at 7.80 p. meWedneadar. was on motion ordered that all bids be pride of achievement, will no doubt Court--J. L. Moon.

cammodate thousands more and all we have adopted a plan of buildinghard April 6th. rejected and that all check. be return prove source of. profit to him. 'For County Treasurer-B. C. Miner.
.ark them to do is to come and make an roads leading from the county site The Council met hi. regular session ed. It was, on motion, further ordered -- - For Tax Assessor-J.. L. OverstreeU ri
\ investigation and nine out of every tenjj to the main settlements in the county. there being present J. C. Moore president that the clerk pr advertise for Picturesque' I For Tax Collector-C. L. Bandy.

will ''purchase property and pitch their The l bounty has just completed 3| miles pro tern. T. M. Rivers. W. B. sealed bids for said bond., specifically For March now on sale at the newsstands For Supervisor: of Registration

;' tents. from Orange county.line to Kissimmee, Makinson, J. M. Hansell and J. R. setting out terms and place of paymentfor is chock full of pictures and I I W. Griffin. ;
Mr. Aultman will' have the ten acres and the city has built ,a mile and a half Gilbert clerk. the principal: and interest, and that stories and interesting news from all For County Commissioner-District '

I{ fl tiled as soon as his potato crop is off through the city making 5 miles of The Council'then proceeded to elect a all bids shall be in by the ,3rd day ef over the "Land of Enchantment. No. 1, E. L. LesUy; Oistrict No. 2, W,. ,1-. ;

t jj\ which he"will plant In celery this tall marl road average cost of $1,500 per president whereupon T. M. Rivers was May, 1910. at <' o'clock p. m, It was Read it and send it North. Read of L. Campbell. E. L. D. Overstreet; District ;

'1. :'andin, the meantime he is having his mile.. It fa the Intention of the Boardto nominated and unanimously elected. further ordered that a certified check "Florida's National Forests" the "Fa No. 8; Ai, F. Base: District No. 4,

additional thirty acres put in perfect complete within the next few years, The president then appointed the following for one thousand dollars, shall accompany mous East -Coast Canal" Pensacola'sfine 0. R. Bass; District. No.S,W. 8:Pearce;,' '

: 'condition for general.trucking purposes. a thorough road of marl from the Orange committees to serve for the ensuing each bid. which shall remain with new hotel l. the "Bee Man's Paradise J. E. Alderman.. '

county line to that ot ..Polk county in term: the treasurer to secure performance of ," and for some pleasing diversion .For Member Board of Public InstructionDistrict "tt
Mr.\Matted Comes to Kiss nmu.Mr the hope that the Commissioners the Finance Committee-W. B. Makin bide - read "Wild Cat Hunting on Rattlesnake No. 1. W.,. C. Bass; Die

'., 1\ ."). E. Mattocks expect. to leave other counties will join Hum'and make son chairman;W.J. Sears J. C. Moore. The Council desiring! to deal justly Branch". ."A Eagle an* a Wild Duck:," trict No. 2, E. E. Brown; District No;. ,

next Monday April l <4th< for Kissimmee this the official road from Jacksonville Street Committee-J. M. Hansell with each bidder and considering the and don't miss what the Itsjian said a, W. W. Chandler John H.,, .Balsden." ,. ,

Fla., where he will make his, home to Tampa. Osceola is assessing the chairman; W. J. Sears J. C. Moore. fact- that the bids were read publicly about the buxsard. This interesting Postmaster Frank Vans Agnw/at<- : c '

',Th. family will follow in a few week highest rate allowable in the' road mill- Sanitary Committee- -W.B. Makinson the clerk was instructed to send each little magazine is published monthly at tended the convention Florida postmasters .'. .<$

Mr._Mattocks has an interest in 2,000 age, which is fl mills. chairman; J. C Moore, J.M. Hansell. bidder the amount of each bid received Orlando I _by: O. C. Wilke.. hel4 at Qeala this weekly/;: .

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WHITE FACES. she aske : FOR SALE !
t --"Why, it's very simple,' I said. 'It's .
T ; Kffet TheY..Broduee When First S*,n (1 an. hour, and It will take ine Just Tinier :;
by-6.+.r.d.IiJoaa Blxty hours.' s 23,000 acreH.ol Fertilizers

Hither Stanley or Livingstone) ,, per "Yes. sir; I can train a goose-that I I'J I Land on railroad. '
tI, : ),ape told the world that after lone is, to follow met around and do some h 20,000 aere of, Phosphate f
fi in simple tricks-in sixty hours, a pig in i
twang Africa the sight of whiteface : SIZE
produced .ome thine like fear. thirty hours, and so on. But as for Land. .. AND QUALITY
I (And the evil cplclu of- Africa are a peafowl and.a guinea hen:-theycan't 20,500* acres of Pasture i Ou citrus '(booklet titled' FERTILIZING FOR SIZE AND l

': white..).'Well,'even after a few months be'trained in a hundred years._ 'J,000. QUALITY is now ready for distribution: The- article on: citrus culture '
along with black faces 1.hare felt "Now; you take a troupe\ of trained .
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acrrV! Virgin special interest at this season when size and quality can be I.',
c that feeling of uncomfortableness at dogs. That doesn't take half as longto of ) BO easily influenced, and when the grower ad keenly realizes the im-' '
.the Bight of white aces. SomethlQCaboetf" do us.people suppose. No sir; aman Timbered railroad. ;: portance of producing a fancy product. s-
terrible, seemed to have come with a. animal show has got to I 24.000 Following the article i ie a full description of our IDEAL formulas .
Into those faces that 1 had never I work fast. Why, maybe the boss acres turpentine for rummer application. .
I t, Imagined possible before. I felt for & comes around on a' Monday morningand lands. SO acres with :[ Ideal PrudId I me ..Vnm'fH" :
,' moment the black man's terror of the says: 'Here-here's a bunch of r 10 bearing f f '
1 acres orange d y.'i: />(( iut Fiu 1 (and ) ",(' ManurePerunut
;t hlte. _At least I think I partly real- ; six dogs. Now make an act out f It .
grove. I / Fm.t and 1 ire MaiurcW.
for next Monday's show. (
Iced what it
remember was.You the Romans lost their "There are nix green dogs to make I 19 acres,. in city, limits j ; & y'.v Ut&h Grade Prull and 1'ine

: first battles with the north through into a troupe Jn a week. Can't be', good house and outbuild j Booklet-IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS-
1' sheer fear. Th. fairer the weirder, done, you say? Sure It cant One' ings with 3 acres of bearing gins pictorial proof of the merit of above brands.. GET IT!
t the more spectral the more terrible. doc-one trick-one day. That's the Call on our local agent
Beauty there is In the north, of its principle and ;you can do It too. Each There : orange grove, 15 acres I WATEH8 ti CARSON GROCERY CO.,
kind.: But If Is surely not comparable{ dog will learn a 'trick each day all v line truck land with artesian or address
with the wonderful beauty of color in I right. One will learn a' back somersault
other races one a front somersault, one to Are. OccasionsXXHEN well that flows over Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. JacksovIlle,
e e e e 1 walk on his hind legs one on bis front ,. 100 gallons per minute.For I Florida
,. legs, one to roll over, and so on. Then information .
f To appreciate the beauty of colored I | write .
by the end of the week you've got a I
skins it to not imply enough to travel. men require cloth I i I
nice little act and all the people are L.A.MINX|! ; & CO.nSSIlUIEE. V'I
'One must become familiar with theeight acclaiming about your ;years of patience of special elegance and ,
of them through months and = FLORIDA.
and that sort of stuff. Patience from others by
(So strong our prejudices are!) distinguished ---- --- N.
years. ------ ---
of but the F' 13A-SS ,
is a good thing course ,
of refinement; ,
And at last when you perceive there the aristocracy ., )
secret Is Just 'know how that's all. s
-are'humai-skin-of' real !gold Giving York Poet. fabric showing thUseason nsew 48 .44.*e 4HM s*.* sss
-New Every

Oarlb statues half of gold breeds with) and blue aU hair fruit, like tints the Telling EIIG"The is a dream of Beauty ::1 I SALTED .' J I CONTRACTOR and BUILDERDoes i 1::1

t' \ of skins, orange and ;yellow and peach problem of tellings eggs is not and the Models are equally I
red and lustrous browns of countless charming. Ask to see the : ALLIGATOR HIDES
an easy: one byany means. Very' few i ):
ahades, and all colors of metals too-
e bronses of tone-one begins to of us know how to do it properly. On Genuine All Wool Book and BOUGHT BY THE General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates -

:Y ,"r doubt whether every a whit akin is so Dne.t the other band, there are those who ,place :your confidence in the 0 on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether : ...
think they should not be told at all. GROSSMAN\TUfR CO. It be Two-Room ,
"-t-If :god.don't believe these colors, just but that is old] fashioned nonsense, inspired International Tailoring Company : | a -Cottage_or. a Tourist Hotel. l, '"
refer to Broca's pattern books, where *
entirely by false modesty. It make vrhate'er 75 Fifth Avenue'e Makes '
to Specialty of
you a boring
dI yon will find that all Jewel colors exist J WELLS 1
: In eyes and all fruit colors and is safe to say that egg should be told ,need ; let it be for business _NEW;YORK: CITY J. in which -he has met with the greatest success ",
at as early an age as possible consistent .. u.r uinJ. *
metal colon in skins. I could not be- Write f C l cbowinc.lib of any man in Florida.
occasions of special note. *
F with their temperament. If allowed or J kind and >!IM of HidM wanted.k. .. .J
sieve- my own eyes till-who t saw'had Broca.) ,to go. too long there is gravel l. -KIMBHQUGHT''E & Carson Gro. Co. \ I...
I"haTeseeD him
t people grass danger that the egg will become bad. J. ,G. J Waters|; f Give your work and it K .
emeralds instead of and I will sta
green eyes be well and quickly done. lSSlmmee, .
and when becomes bad It Is *
an egg ---- --- OUR AGENTS .
and rubles for .. And I : "
t y.. topazes nave seeta races with blue hopeless. The world is full of bad. I,...*....*.....lf R.f.4t8..* B I H ._, ,
eggs which might have been saved If TAILO-v ,
Atlantic. --
: in t -
,r darn ; they had been told la tinoe.-Uppte- -
con's. Makes:! Clothe That Fit .++II ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ti I I I t Mq i-t_ i I I-f I

: TRICK ANIMALS. I Phone 149 Kissimmee J. W.' THOMPSON ,
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1 Wasted" THE CASH STORE :
Sometimes the Trainer Mac to Do His I At a fire recently a brave fireman
by ; Work Quickly. came gasping and panting from the C. W. Griffin v I
e "Ton wouldn't believe how fast younave burning building with his beard and 1 First Door North of Postoffice '
.' to work: to train an animal." aaJd eyebrows-singed in the flames. Under -I' FUNERAL DIRECTOR; I'
f "the man who has broken everything one arm be carried a small but 'ff teR "** + 'R air\M-M.
from elephants to geese the other day. heavy box which he deposited in a I ;- and ::: There you will find SHOES HATS
-w'1Izt..I can teU just bow many bourn place of safety with the air of a man : Jt. 4Y LICEllSED EMBALMER ++ ,
It Is going to' take to break in iuj who had saved a box of government, i t ... + DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS' allot
kind of animal you might mention."A bonds from destruction. On opening $l (J f5bl'! E'fJ'(2: + best ;
t the box it was found to contain six
woman came to me the other day i quality and lowest prices.
*- and ..aa1d'J want a trained goose for .bottles of a new patent fire.extiagaiah.rrArgonaut f' :&4ffr Jt'fJr: ll& + "
act. now much will you .
_{Y charge my magic me to break one?' Delivery"-Every Day at Any HourPatronagv OppoeitetCourthouse f Call Before Buying Elsewhere "
<" Sixty dollarssaid I. I Latige desk blotters lOc at this of I' Solicited
r "'Wail, how do :you figure that out?. fice. tf :I North Klssimmet Phone .No. 8I' KissrsiMEE FLORIDA + ++ + +++++ ++
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,S y oatmeal. of us? GUABDEOJMCYWINDA '\ .'
Certainly it seems like earryiaf ,, .1 >. \
coals to Newcastle to speak of.e rportfcng -
.ii; REAL ESTATE oatmyl l to Scotland and yet every Frigid Convict Station In the
1 .... Quaker Oats Company send '
r .aw..w.- b.ndred. .'
of thousand of caws of Northeast of Siberia. I IL "'
INSURANCE Quaker Oats to ,Great Britlan and :
Europe.. i1 .
The reason .la simpler wails the THE COLDEST SPOT ON EARTH PERFECTIONCANOPY, .
English and Scotch have for centuries S ,
. Examination ojf Titles.aSpecialty. '
> eaten oatmeal in quantities and with I

4 regularity that has made them active the N.'Pr..aiitiona Are Agaliut , .,
most rugged. physically tale Whan, .tit'( S \ '" , " , ,, ) .' V ., ":'
mentally of all people. American. Escape at Varhoyansk- ;., .". "...", V VI". .., . .
V' V
has been eating oatmeal and try in f all 'Wind Blawt Half an Hoer; ,In the .j "' V
r Correspondence. 3 Solicited.. the time''' to Improve the methods of FUroa, Biting\ Cold Maana Death,. S . .- -, . ; : ..' "
..; . '. manufacture so that he'might jet that *"* : . '. .
,,,: desirable foreign trade. ... The coldest place In the world one ." .. '. S f>
.Mow' well he 'succeeded would would naturally expect to be .either ", .. .. !I

4 r [FLORIDA REAL [STATE FOR SALE be seen on at Quaker a glance the This export brand reports is- the north..or. the south pole, but It In " .. : I

without a rivalt t Is packed in regular not. It la a Tillage ID the Northeast. it g '
.Beautiful winter home.sites situated packages, and in hermetically seated Siberia named Verb6.anlk. S. ,

In the Lake Region of Florida. .tins for hot climates.! sl' There the average temperature of ... I(
Trucking: and\ Farming Lands in.largeor .'. the three worst winter months, la 1 53> \
small tracts.CITYPROPERTY. degrees T. below zero, which menus' i"
n'it ++++f++++'++++++++ :
r A SPECIALTY 85: degreesof frost During Januarythe ; .
;; at average temperatures Is 60 degrees
List your property with 'me for quick S
: : CRAYSTONEOEA beloW zero, or 88 degrees of frost. On

sales.H. one occasion tho thermometer reglsleicd S ,
the remarkable figure of 120 degrees
The January
of frost average S'
u) Box, .*78 KISSl.MMEE! FLAt 2.50 to 3.50 per daysSpecial ,- :t figure for London on .the other hand ; s

, \i. ==.=-::-_::.... :-_-::.==- __= :t by week or month. :;: la 7 degrees above freezing point. ,
; But In Verhoyansk most are erACNA ., ,
< N. W. THURHtH, /rrip R.0. POliTER, MpM :I: o s i I
r Osceola winter months. July, curiously enough
11D IS County +t+ ++++++++++++++++++++++ la as hot there as In London but the g I '

shadow of the terrible winter bang I And tlias all
; means .
that.itimplies-for s
Abstract Company over even the warmest months. .
.- _, -- Even --In--mld..ummer-. forestswhich .

\I.', .. G.. E. TAKACHAGENT e center surround of the which desolate. Verboyftnsk plain lathe S; they are the only perfect bar for S'

I stands are ,,withered and gray The
G.. P. GARRETT. Manager. I Standard Cypress incubators grass Is colorless. The few flowers! "
are odorless. The bare Loll of the S
1. and
Supplies plain Itself refuses to produce vege
,,; Real e"tateTltlel I tables of.any kind. The ground li .
examined and reported on' Incredible s
frozen hard to an depth.
Taxes paid for non-residents of Is possible '
No farming course
Instruments relating to real estate ; ". V
carefully drawnCorrespondence', There are no cattle! or poultry. All s % ,
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food Is Imported. Why, then does this
) Sollc.lted.BargainsJ. little village exlnt It Is a., onvlct station
,.And Its population of 400 Is made S We carry CuT OUT .!h ;

up of omclals and exiles. .. S
No precautions-' against escapes are
t l needed. Prisoners are known'to have 1 -- a . V LLOTY "
gone\ mad with the loneliness of the .J.
sTANDARD place.. But no' oDe.baa ever been mad .
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enough to try to escape. Verb01anak.I :
1. x In all kinds of Real Estate I I strange though It sounds Is guarded Full Lin " '''j 1

Fire and Life Insurance and by the wind. A gale when the thermometer ,
Armour's Fertilize.!] Renting t BREEDER OF* stands at 30 or more below .;

and Collecting Rents a zero will destroy every living thing ofDIAMOND
Specialty. Taxes paid for, I White WyandottesBox that IB not under shelter. 1 \ ,
gl Non-residents. 522 KisiiMrfEK I ; : : FLA. One of the many curious facts about ,. F'
cold Is that Intense cold Is In Itself '
easy to bear provided the air Is still S; EDGE .S l
R. O. MEEK One traveler.. declared that be has - ; .
often felt colder In Piccadilly on a V l '
Kissimmee.Fla. damp day In November than during I TOOLS S.;
1 W. L. WINK: his entire stay In Verhoyansk, where
the thermometer sometimes showed 90 :r'V ,
PHVSICIAN A.fU:! SLTRUIOVRacuuCNCK degrees of frost .,

...rc.a..ic..c...Ikr/c..i.... I PHONE :ti:. jCummik.!;' The reason 1. that\t Verhoyansk s; I'

ja M. TILLER ,Ornca PBO':1It.: FLXXIDA the air Is Intensely dry and dry cold ,.'
does not .pepetrate far. With a tent

'Real Estate Agency..NNNN.NNN. J I W. W. CARSON, D. D.\S. at time night one and can warm be quite furs comfortable In the day* 1 OUR. GOODS ARE "

OKNTAL PARLORS however low the temperature. .
RIVERS. BUILDING But.let 4 wind once rise and thingsare JP.
. 4 Realty bought and sold. OV." OSCBOLA PHARMACY 4Uferent.Aa- Verhoyansk Is the ii SATISFACTION .
Houses rented. coldest place In the world, the few

i Taxes paid and Titles verified ,OFFIOa HOURs a,t TO TO 1 5 ?.,....? winds that come must bring warmth. .
V 4 for non-residents.. But then all winds carry moisture. ,
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"' Fire Life and Accident In- And so we have the curious fact that, I

surance. . . I! T.ft/ RIVERS, ]fA.. D.I though one may be quite comfortable S
with thermometer showing 60 decrees
5 .
Indemnity i PHYSICIAN! AND SURGEON of frost If 4 ,wind springs up IV OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMP'YHENRY 1W ,
"An.RF iF har'Vr9F4 I Olllce over Qsceola Pharmacyvva. and add 20 or 80 degrees of warmth I

__ .. I, to. the air -one has to, fly for !dear I' "
-- I:. PHO' .. '. ttelldence V: life to Shelter. ; ,,' "
r Office lab "
Half an hour in -that fierce, biting
W. VBji' DIIZORi' cold' means death. .' But the intense / VVVVVvV VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVViV V rVVVV O,

'Dr. F: G. 'T-homason' wear Is that, if is not V so rhoyansi's dangerous!: normal, quite --- - -- --

as powerful In its effects. In that icy
>HYSICIAN and SURGEON stillness an iron ax head dropped on : T. STANFORD.00. Weak Weary WomenLearn

V the ground smashes like glass. A ,
J Office 'PhonV64 Residencel126 board of unseasoned wood on the

Real Estate other,band,. freezes bard as Iron. DRALBRS IN .the Cans of Dally Wan ,and,
De WJndt In his travels in this region End Tk"kem,,
r carried his milk In.,solid/ cubesIn
,. JFN : When the. back ache and throbs ,
-'.' F. PI.i K; N S a net attached to his sleigh. His When housework la. torture, ff

I! thermometers all burst, for at the Dry Goods Notions When night bring no rest nor sleep.
Kis3i.n.>iEB FLORIDA,.: Verhoyansk temperatures quicksilverfreezes When urinary: disorder set In, p
..._ ,, and can be hammered like Women lot Ie. weary one. r x
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i Surveying and copper. It has Indeed.been turned Into There I is a way to e.eap'e the** woes. ,
'.' i bullets and shot through a deal board. AND SIE37OIES:: Doan's Kidney Pill cur such III*. L
Have cured her in
women ?
All he could: find of a case of claret .
.. .
"" Thar BO tmm twe.aU.5 I Drafting .
were a te.lnmpl of red Ice and some -
This I I. Klssimme
set *n hunuimruutrs : on* womantestf. >
splintered glass.. But what troubled BLOCK' '
CHILL TONIC I him most w. the.,4laco'Vel7 that It NEXT e e ST 1 Mrs. T. G. White, Church street,' pal.
it'.uuant..d. Chill.,not toeiu F....r XlaUrU. 1I'M. Owes IN FRATERNITY: HALL ** '* was Impossible to smoke. At 40 de- .._ KUslmni,. Fla., .pans: "I suffered
.anc* hat. I green \below sero frozen'nicotine blocks from backache and In' .
.. .... Ut....... the stem of the pipe, while cigarettes kidney secretion*wr :tldne7L.Tbe it
V .roc KISSIMMEE. FLA. or cigar freeze to the Up I.Jt' injr on account of their frequency In i
_._ most be embarrassing to find, ason passage. Doan's Kidney; Pill,, procur
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iJ ed from the Klsslmm
Drug Co., sbrought
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me prompt relief, and though #
e* 80 below, that one' very breath New Shoe Stored that wa over two, years ago I have '
Cut. this Ad. out and Watch the. Prediction. fall at one' feet In a fine white pow. had no need of a kidney remedy sine*.
?' -'-- der. A mustache become. a torture I have every reason to recommend. 4
,t i a heavy solid lump of Ice. To lay a Doan' Kidney Pills."
Kissimmee Gardens bare hand "on metal mean that the .4 For sal by all dealer. Price CO eU..
.\ "" akin will stay where It touches. A Ladies' Gent's and Children's Shoes Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. V.,.sol*
for the United States.-
t agents
t --- L. careless traveler once wltlessiy left a HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE: Remember the namDou'a-and
,j shirt outside his but to dry. When be I take no other. .
,Beautiful Suburban Home trac'ts of picked It tip again It bent and almost -.. -- ,
broke. When.swung through the air ad You'BuJ' MARSH WHIDDEN ,

v five*acres eac'h-In health giving pine, j jtimberlooking i mad...a noise like'-theatrical. thun See CASY BASIS. KissimmeeGranitoid "

across a broad prairie At these temperatures many usually I STATE BANK BUILDING. Stone Works I

trusty articles, such a* comb and .... ..... Make everything la Cement line, r
I It to Kissimmee City-in view of Court razors and knife, handle, shrivel or such as Blocks, Piers for Houses. Cement
bend or break.VerhoTansk. Sidewalk Tile; Porch Columns,
+ House, High School, Churches and lake, 1* a baddle of mud plastered Sewer. Tile Sf>oa ttteoa.: Chimney ,('f- ;l
but along one straggling street. Stone. Can save you nearly one-half \
making a pleasing picture and giving The window are of Ice, so that candle Plumbing and Steam fitting on piers and Is better than brick; 'one
are needed both summer and winter half the expense on chlmnersW
an imposing location for a home. Fifteen mile Ill do general contracting In build
Twenty away. across a dismal -
'o The Good People of Kissiinniee : lug out of wood stone or brick. Cement -
minutes front Hotel Graystone. plain of snow, lie* a low, btaak work In all lines. All work'I ilT

line of pine forests. i... B. Crissman a practical Plumber of Michigan wishes tai guaranteed flrstclasa.Afreot ,
A few nice dwellingson these "High- On the other side I* th* fteasa l. for the celebrated .r i
... from which d.... vahalthy mist notify the people of your city that he is open and ready to do all kindsof metal. Shlnjrl, Courtrlrhl

lands7 and prices will double.At ron up for week together la the aotnm Plumbing and Steam Pitting; also all kinds of pump and windmill B. DICKBRSON 1I"' '
*. There.are net fewer la cprlBg, 'a
work and it
guarantee to be done in workmanship manner. All work
present they are $350.00 each. and summer 1* diner. Perhap4they
ate right at .Terhoyansk: la looking warranted satisfactory. .
forward to P>e loag.atonth of winter. P.
i' U. IVi: WIL.L.SOIM.. JR.. Bat It I* not a eberfulVplan.-Pur-: SHOP AT GRAYSTONE GARAGE '

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KIS3IMMEE, FLORIDA. b..DIaD'ml.lery Th.,order of Society and Uahecfllty.I* founded and en Right :Here We Can Do Your Printing Right 1 AXO NOAAMV PUBLIC, ,| i

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(I The, .,Kissiimnce' Valley" Gazette '.'ST.! : CLOUD I teMof Vesper 1 eerelee$service-in memory therem.morla2 wilt of;a I: ANNOUNCEMENTS. :1 J JFor1 G R : t W.:& HARWELL ,,

'W ; .. .:: :: -- -= Reynolds, the. late J Jady"ferlncipal,.and .
Member of the j
"' PUBLISHED !liVERY FRIDAt. - Dr. Bondurant, the late professor of Legislature, Of the Churches and Fraternal Societies REAL .ET'A :rE,:

,; 'Office in Valley .Gazette Building.KISS1MMEE. Interesting Items. of News Gathered I,. classicij '.. J 'J'o IhBTOliy the rKtriiuoratlu' .announce. 'vote MirMiW. of cc' CMceola.Countjr a caoaidatefbr: fbr: ,I Kissimmee.' '

OSCEOLA (:O NTY. FLA. by .Our ''Correspondent tntbe The Chi Omega fraternity entertained Number of the Uallkd of IteprodrnUUveii In the ; .. '. ,'y Public at Large 'I ''l
.. I the Greek Jetter fraternities and the KlorlrU' vliilatiire, from 01.Counts, aub] !--:..:. Oflceover: lloberson's. Pba MllawJ'

% '. ,v. B.-- HARRIS I Kdifor 8"d. Prop'r. Home of the Old Soldiers.: < facult/of, the State.College at .'recpI )ect, of cour Hi1.< the wl"h-.f the l>''tno/!ratla CHURCHES. KISS) ;MJF;: ; FLA. ,
tion voter In tho prlmarlen to fee livid M the 10th
Saturday April.At four o'clockthe :
8. J. TRII LETT, Asttotlote Editor. *' I day of )fey, IHId, allot r..*.|.i tfuly! aollclt your . ----' "

l,, :I. "', V-....- -.- ..-: ---", ",."",'. "-,.'- "...w,.,- r VV.The C. silver/hiedal T. U" in the conteatbeld large gospel- by tent the I I welcomed guests started in' the to ChiOpiega arrive,. 'and chapterroom were vot H. _'" 8. 1. THIPLKTO.' I BAPTIST. J J :'i.::: XViI lkI. !vO.Nf' JR.J ., I -

; SUBSCRIPTION_ RATES. by the beautifully"gowned fratur for Member the Jjufiyan; Stephens, pastor. *' -i '. 'f ''t' 'I
of .
"t' last splendidly Legislature .: :
Oni tl 00 on Thursday evening was PUBLIC ,
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< PT. on. year" -
.... . .' . . IiuI nit girls.- The room. was decorated, ndaYSCh m.-N, C Bryan, \\NOTAKV
OM ."th. ". .and'enthusi- ) At the solIcitatIon )19.42a. '
. : received by a large of my many frlendt I. heWbxnnounc "* -I 'LARcK .
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; '-' -- -- -- -- ate'audience! y'hir heartily, applauded with a, proCusIon of 'tlow :-r., .and the my eandldacy for Reprewmlatlve to Lb. superintendent. 4 : ., STATE ,,,
: ,, All communication except from our bthor< ;, bowl n..ade"In. l.eglilaur.; from thl ountubiect to'th.actio" 'Preaching 11 tUd .7:41i Vn. ..RenKEstatft Agent.
.abank ; m. -r .
punch pf a. p.
toad ..........poM'nl., muni IM Hdirmi' l hll the wrlt* r 1 each.- number "when! rendered. -IJr. F. pan I '
of the Democratlo
; ItoJiMUd matter will not be r..turn.d. unlesat Anderson and ales' Ice cream, cakes and'minti'were Pi'lniariMi. ,Prayerrneeting7,45TljurBciay evening.B KlSSiMMEE.: : .r'LOR1Y"
Robert .
t . H. Pplk, Jut'ge M. J, HICK8. ,
r .> Itedfor. A electrolier reflected B, '\ B.'U .. .. : "
large 7.45.Frlday evening. i' .
I acted and" served. ---- --:;-:: -- -- .. : I.Di I.
V. Gudcten, as Judges, --
Mr. S. '
En.j' ti.';; Po to/IIo.'rKi'FIL.;;;;;; ; ..' colors cardinal I Visitors welcome
and always
; _soond-cJa'a ...ill ma ter. . .. awarded the medal to May Hunter, a1 the. fraternity For RepreseutativeA J.V.. SIMPSON
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the These colori ?
; assembly. .4
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unit daughterof
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sweet; y '
rFrfd:1.Y:: : April Ijj,. 15\>JO. Comratl "'' ;1. 1inter.. There were. were carried out in the refreshment the. *GIMutl.i-lf,, candidate
___'-_ __ '0 'I and decoration The afternoon S. S. Snyder .
_ -- six .ontebtants! ,.five gina and one boy, waif otnre of Hepreventatlve bl Oi c ultt' ('ounty- pub.JoeC tia tor. ,
WatcK'Klssimmee) grow. Missus Nina Button, Unit Garner. Amy altogether! one of quiet dignity. Ui the iictlun of the Domuinittc primary tobe.hel. Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-Gea. F. Upstairs! In Katz nulldlnir.Telepbone I

k .-- ,,- ,.. --- -.. c:' .. .. 'I Dutton, Kitty Marsh, fay Hunter and Th home of-Mri.. Ch'aa. Cay was-the lit May 10. I 1 I" Thanklhn the )peoul ,for : .Parker, superintendent. Ot"1IcE tlotRS : t r 1I..a.:. m,5.30p.m: 0'12 m.,, ; ;'

There is'one enterprine that i.'. &ntabj j seen of brflliant festivity 6h the nightof their Hunt ai well: .0 thuIruur. OUPI>Ort. Christian ndeavor 6.8IJ t"
; ; Master (George Marsh.: Several other < 1 1. ACREE. I p. pn.. '_ Co. 70 Juoi.0, >vr, I ".

lished here would be' a paying firopbxition j numbers were ujiven; by local talent. April'l "4, the occasion beipg a banquet Preaching 'every second! and fourth I .. .. .... .. ---- = I i'

from the start-a cannery. j Mrs. I Dr: I lyre; and 'Mist Ettina Rey of- the Chi Omega fraternity. For 1' Sunday at H a. m. add 7:30: ) p. m. j' OfFH-EIOf COUNTY JUDGE, KISSUUIEX: "; :
- -- | nold renclc'r.ui
'Every man who desires to 1I""i,1, t in | Mr. swec-t: solo. Mr. table. hurrounded' the Greek letters of A nnuunce my nam i"a cnndlclu aV the oomlnifl 'I Thursdays. bt-lore.. the second and fourth, I 1 G.F..KRIBBS
Dougherty a ,
; sang
making Kissimmee the largest: inlnflUj: .rlmarf.. f ,. the ufticeof and'lilite' .
Frank 1c- luIJ"II.) i1' talented elocutionist Chi Omega spelled out in roses. Miss > County Judjre '' I Sundays at 7:00: p. m. > ATTORNEY-AT-LAW :
Florida will bo/wter but- uf thcCVnmty t ourt, foi the unexuir \,
in term
wear a '
-.. city , recited :'Laea. and Miss KdiUi4j.nnehi Welch,, of 1'alatka wu .the guest of U. .'. Kl'ts.Tor | I I Vi itor.* most cordially in.vited to all Prartlc Circuit I'ourLa'1d Title* .
ton. _. 'Wei-colt beautiful child elocutionist 'honor.' The oanquet conxixted < a ; ) takif
I and irm n
h" \ The Irish potato crop iii thi. ""I'I ion !| iwited, "Pupa's and Mama's courses, such ns only tlH. Daughtera/: of Supervisor of Registration. II . ,

i is b'aid to be the larRest in .).Nt,.... anif, I! Dinner.. 1'lIrtv" which well deserved. tlie\ King. ran ,nerve.The L. I licrcby unnuuncp myself II -c-ancjidal for reltfctinn I ''CUkJSTIA '- "

2 many of our growers are alrt'Bdy sliipreceivirif ; the hearty appUH-iw; ...itl.. :whitU ./.lierhumber II Kub-frehhmon class entertained to tile office. if **up,,riHur of KeicfMtretloncf A. :M.! Chisholm, r'.tor. I /

\ ping ( extra fnhcy ,prices.. \ wareceived., M I rn. J J H. the Kophmore! class of college"at! /:. a'' O mi olu County, subject ,to the !Action of thIKtriorriitic .. Preaching, first second and third Sundays .Sprigg FlemingCLEANING .
,. 1',1m..,'" *. nnd "solicit itupftort ;
hi Hall your
Western a well known reader of Atlantic part.d nc" Bryan Mondayevening. I of each month at 11 a. m. and 7.45

It'a.a good thing Editor HefherinKton j City. N. J. gave a Immorous. selection -! The sub-freshmeri girls. acted '. -<--w O'IFFIN.' p. m. .

bought- iat $2,500 press before he was I entitled. "1)r. (Ca"ey of' :New the paj t of beaux to the jphmore! girls: 'j *" Bible School 6.4oa. m'. --A. W.

elected to tic UeKislature for some of York." by sendingthem: flowers in the after. ,' for ,County. Treasurer. superintendent; A. L. Davidson, winn'l. PRESSING-
.. .... .. .
- ;"lrtfbW1njfpne wou1rJffirft1yt.IIYpT, The Woman'Club i is 1'lrCUlalinll'lI D'wih and by escorting. them to the I hrwby announce myRrlffa candidate for rn"rltMtiun tant buperintendent. DYEING -I

said that it pays to go: to Tallaham.eeas . dance Ucjiciuus'punch( and cak' s td theotlU'rooVinly Trvahurer. "ubJ for, civic _
-petition improvements.Mr. ) to t lh) l uotinniif- Oi -l Dfimorralic lrimari. ,
> t ; 8 lawmaker.. and ;Mr. D.sld) left y*.tenla, } were served J between danqen and tho B.'':. MILl :11. evening at 6.301'. m. !, .
I IIillH.Mr room was decorated in tI 1i: ('.,iirs of the t I Prayer meeting and, choir practice- : 1. ,
: tneir home /epliyr -
If Editor:: Zim kfPowt. a r"IiII,1) l tiling new ,
i'l i"-. I;r"-ei] 'irtid I white.1 cry Thursday at 7.45; m. I
when he meet it, and we think be does. '. .1.) I IJ.: \% .-5Ctt and ehillrniiPa5et For Tax Collector. p. T..eai. P a urJ at Iii)' house and clothS] i .
Kitsimmee.Mra. I A :"STt'I'FNT. be cu.led} and returned. "I"
: he will hold onto ( l-ias.. I eidy with a Tuesday in w.i lor
I ii-tjy'announce m>"'if a rumhduU' for ioleclifon KPISCUPAL.Kev. I
bull Mr. haH mHd( Annie'. Hey ward was a Ki.v"mvniee ---- ,t.
I dog, grip. Leidy tu the titles of Tax ''nllwtor of 0..1.. : ,'
It ,., The Meteor one of the 'best weekly) papers vii-itor" Tu,'' dli". PAPER CAR WHEELS.Safer i. uuntv. .nb)..., 10 (the, act ir'"fl nf I th.* O. mocmticrrinmiiei David I). Kida.jctor.IServices .

in the Mate. i A miMiionary lecture will be given-in and ...,dd. tin ui">,,,"I..f t 1)11), ; voter in every second and fourth sun-l Satisfactioti'GuaranteecW. '. r ,

the gospel ti-iit on ;Sunday: ; !"i 'nt-: l t..\ and Stronger but More Cost'y' thin olitctlon.. dayat1iO! : ) a. m.! '
The excursion from the "West on the | I'.r". Than Other, Whe.I.' i' I. RANDY. Communion 2nd -, :
of the -- Sunday j
Kev..Mr. :Snyder. pastor at morning !
second! Tuesday of this 'mo;;'" brought b tenon church. KiKKinirriee.Mr. We naturally think. of .pnpir n- ,I 1 st'rvlces.' T '
.\ ,-
: more people to KisKimme than to somethIng lackini. in strcuii! | untl <.1 l la For Tax Assessor. I CBASS
any .Guild;
; and" ;\11'''. { .-lIn and family of m".tifig't.ry first Tuebday. j .
other town in Florida, and a large.num California arnvnl. Tuewlay evening paper. nrii frle as l Io( int fl'lIj."IIt.; -o are Ihuiikinif the vot.*r- of Otu',*on onnl) far |,...t .- I
1i0Ult:\\ lint nlll r',1' I \\ lien i an fiic.vclopeilic . ... I . ,
her of them.. purchased trurlring! land 1 the I KUi'lxiit. I hcirby annoiin m> .lr. a <-nriliflutf ,,- '
la-t and have' purchased Seagg.Ei \ frienil reiniuks, i iliut thelipel* MfTIlJlllST.! I IJa.
for r li-rtlon" 1" tinofltrf* ot Tux AHs. ., '
and will return here in the fall to rnsi.I.permanently. Wro and Retai: .
1>1'111'1'1.| > Now; York avenue whentbiy t of the enr on \Milr-li, \\ e nre" ,lil'ph.L' .,,: in and i lur " O>un1y nbjii I I lu *Ke, nctiuti
t will make tic,ir future home. "" j jMrf. along at the rale .of a niL!::" n inlnuie 1 the I>i-mocuti<- I'"ior> t.i IH- ,livid. May thelli'ili.'l '. I I J'rl'lIchlJ1K'r:. Sunday morning and.evening. Dealer: : -

Myers, (...J'm"'ilY.( j jHged are m.'ide of puper., 'J'ljli o|>|i rtunit> 1 ISili. If .-I. it'd l 1 |.|.cU- lotht t>ix |..ayiK i _
oj sidewalks .
Many hnven laid ,
; new be "nlarfiied) .. ettttM'o! .,It> a i' ,'iiUnuution rui14ifulH,-vii .
"t $''. died 1 vuildenly last. Sat ijr- I I to Occurs.: lid\veier. mi
> 1'f"TY sunday .Sc-tuml.. !ti.Iii It. ri. J. M. Lsuperintendent. -->-,
in JCissimmee since the first of
t t tln-v-ar." J I I. O'K"nn:
been ,ill l only the.J.)l< -t of rail: \\ :a,\ !!. as I'al.'rcar Fresh Beef Pork and
: Ilay murrimg! ) havlrfe: o'nly ufew ,, *
and still the work has
just .wheels. tl",11, safer arid, lon;:e.1 ,
the clows there will, be fullythree n.iii-it' SkIslial been a MiH'ererfrom .. Prayer 1To.ti"K:, vi r%' Thuritnight. .
( fore year I lived Iliiiu: II" -oll\'rs. nr< ;al-' more"expeiiKive. For County CommissionerI .
hi art tailun-) fursevwrul years, .1 .
: { morl miles of cement walk completed The principal. f .I ii diininut I .
: and then who can 'say we arc b it hiti'-d|\ I thtliiu.Ke' from. a cold to a I of wueels made from. \\\i\t\ \ unprornlMi, 'a I lnrii'i\|: aiiti'iiiirtinj i M'U n ciimtiiihto I tot c.-in.ts Choir I'' ire Av.-ry Saturday night.FKATEKNAL MuttonPHpr.E :
climate would be beneficial, and <\.>nnii| hi,iiii-T, 't'.m I'lMixl No _'. 'ubje tt ttli .. .
warm mnH'I'$ I found In the fuct Unit tlie\ --
not an to date little city. I , -
up lh-n> "< 'tatii n af\ '" l IMliiM Ma 'H'. ,,)I'' .
: i ifl > > > an
-:_ =-= -.:.c:=-=--: cam/- to $t. I C.oud four vveek.s ago bud I are oat "Injured.. I Ij.v tho \ lolemihr"i", ,, : :SOC1KT1KSM4M : .
f.wOfi '1"|I H!> slit, 11 "M.I| | I. 4-t. '
i ; : We are at rlS to understand by had begun the erection of a nice, comfortable Uons to which car wlicelMire slit'>- S a I rAMI'UKI.I." -
what manner of law the courts ruled i| fioine, \* I..!,.. death called her.The . Jectwl : 'MC.; -

that the Wtight brothers were sole -hipped, :North; for The pnier| used III (lie lu.inuf 'otureof ,
| remain) were For County Commissioner ,, Oral ff( K.ofMim, I.i.lge. N'o.n.. F. &::
tlJcbe'he<(<.ls Id know us I'a'en' 1.LShaqie&Co.
owners of the air. In the future no ; burial. , ,, .. A..M. first
i j dered: ,' hick lt\. Tt.i > ,1' 'I. U T tn> inan\ fr.eiHtv. .: meet and third .M"nifl rye straw bonrd.: <> .
::4 - ;"
) aeroplane meet of any d.aru't..r, can beheld I lifi'-l t>> Hlili" 'i.Mi' inxttr..1) it nuilltljiU\ for lh, i iolln nitwits in each. month at 7.SO':;' o',.It,,:Iin, "
I It Is sent to the car wheel shops. 1"1"1 ',I
It. 1
f; without first getting a permit from. uf (. .>nnt> i iiiniin' ....oiir for I l Z'i> ,.. l
THE P. S. CW. circular sheets measuring I\\.fnty-t Fraternity Hall. ''i > 1.1) KIN
those / But then the air Ifl-I i t lit. ii. n < "> Kloll'lii\. ;"nlij-< I to I''.' jjI
: gentlemen. was to forty I Inches, In ti in Zijett'r. 11.,1 l oer j I tI D .i i.-.'.* i I' ,"2IHr, |iitiin I" InIn"l iii l Mjiy I J, M. llamelV.. M.

t about the only thing left the eourtu each of these sheets Is spread an even |IU'h. !I' i m-'l -I! !I''.. ilui mjM-lf.! ''I' |h".1 ti. m, \\'. M.. ( 'ar-..n.;, -.""I'.t\try. Staple and Fancy Groceries '

I hadn't already. given away. .. News Items from the Florida Slate I coating"! of flour "1Ite. A do/en 'sheel-, (-hrw' ..II d'.I.,. . '1.. ..'h"e! .h.,i. ..,." I.. liT :..iI '
. .
1 ,
are placed one IoU I ilie oilier .11..I. Hi-- I" .1 ) -

ic : ,. It Is just such men at H. Senator lley- College for WomenTallahasre I lot eiiM'.f>ted to hydraulic:I I .press-tire of |!I.i .:J 1 U f I I.'KI.M' ; N Fneii-hip" tyani'"r Iode. No.1'\ TH'A"10.' iiie.-t-. -. ) ,1'iivri' : ] ;: I 1 1CnUI:< 'Jo:' 3.KlSSLMMEE .
------ : every
burn of Idaho who keep alive the embers ;'5isi< t I. us, ..I 'in' coAfter: t tu'o hours'
Dr C.oiiraJl last weenattenti I Wetlnemlny. nJKhJUat 7.'HI< ) o'clock IP Fra-
{ of the lamentable. days of fifty I i preure I theseheel*. \vli( I h, hnvetiobecoiiK' For County Commissioner. i .
; ( "i! an t-dui ationitl f.O\!} ,'ntIV!! 'inIndianapokx. terrnty,, Hall. FLORIDA f
-days that'ar.... now only "ucred : iia iid bloi-k.) l Hikept, i fnr. a
n years ago I h.*icb Miinuunct _y-.ulf candidate fi'r' "Viurit
vin'ted. other > u
and point" V. C. .
| -Uryan. < n.njlt icier.
; I'
week \ :
i Iii a iliylnv room .it'1 u temperature '
_ >. memories to the brave/ and gallant }' omirmufciiter from OiKtrtci\ :N',. I, subject PHONE
Miss Aal'i]' Lewis,, was recently calledto of ii'ii: leiirees. .iftcr i ,t Ii II a ;, tinDtmcKiHtlC R. OMeek. kecperof; record* and eul.. 1T6
men! who wore the gray. The world .f pr'morj' to IMld -
i Mariana on> ::1IC'Couutlf the seno-is miiiil, *r ot lilo.-kn ure "ted ,mc'iber.pressed . .
willbe tfi) gainer .when the Senator de- I ;pa ( Mtt, > <"''t>i. If M.--t) -d. I i.r.i.i. .M fnahfu: dl "
I illness o'f her brother;"" .. nud dried:I ,' for a secoml \\-(...k. churic** of tht dutttt uf aid o e. "
.-.part.. for that other sphere, the tern-' -I' PY1'llASlsTER! ] To'the-West
t < -. .About'fifty ktudents haveentered for i it A, third, ombIimtlou! <, f..luyerij I (!peii -..T. W.I SWLNJJIER.. .. kl66immjmme Temple .Nol! meetsev'ertiursdsy' -
1 I I perature of which' 1 Ia supposed. to. b%ex. ihe' ' tl ur8f; hA---:, : !/ "b'h4tbire'1s-' Catire'imoath '..o''i'" .. .-'I.f'.i : '
\ Via ".' :! spring w c ;;,' \' &J I, ...M. I' "'''p
cceedingl: .. .' I . ... ):rl I", tJdIssiIarf1awacioty t : .. h. w..'" -of'u'r'yJn'ffi.TlieCMS; I I4ft,12q "blocJt! ." \(':\\I''I'-'; fL 1 For ( ( (tern r ,i: b'b'tlmemt''Ing and NortiiVestl
,ot ie -
'or1giziaiIiiebe '
: ,4 ,t }Gg\1f'f t .tbit ; ;' ;. ''' "
mos' I Ma 1 "! I' ffi% . via '
'Theol m .
." 9 '. -
f- > aryxpre I "t.r n il'\t'09rJad' ,! } ne-baJtlto\P'\ .! ii. '! ''': !'\ .. i1), ', <
.. h 1u 1t'l \ .'"
t'omml > '
Ktsimn'( plib U 'ter .
anent : many advantages r t I : $ intlilites( !$. All ?'evemblanceIn t, rearlll i.2.yav; ,:M. '.' . '

,. : ,that.h.aa come to our riotiee was madein debate i is: "Rewlve/l that the 1'.r hlbe"11 lost rhe block In the niippun it the vuter <* thtt dintrirti .... Mabel U. O\v-rstreet'M.: of R. & f SEMINOLELIMITED :

.. the Valley Gazrette. office a few week* }'..d. .rd) g>i\ < /nthnuld: . take lu-ulit. ), w'i' i' ') -,''I.11,1, ... .IJellt). approitlie .. !- J I Ii > H<;rJc"I.AAMI' ""'. 79l w 7,. \\' 1

: a.member ..,. , The MinervuClub( Hiiie1-! t Iii'tL) hi' I lest
"': ago by of the legal profeBion - uli II 'urtr II) '' -- I til I K I.lfhlH: """ rj -.d! fouK), !
r who had come to our town mice' the: .- ,7 "I Irmd1.l\ i'. with FlortnciMor) ( mei I a'F ... For Member of School Board TIJ.-dH., ', ;11 ; .'(1'P j J'' tt,.

,. lint of the1 :year. Wh'en, asked itv\ J u. tOil allot Mary Bainl UK Oebater1-; iTha'liun <. :rnplete,' t hit' wheel there'! are re- I I I.. "-,.\ nun'' 1i 111.1 n, .' 'IIiI'.h)4' ,fur -i-i ,* T. Stanford( !'.. C. I

tended to make this( place his hom>(he Literary So-iety. the negative.! lUlred a steel lire. a cast irOu bubo i Hull. IH II.I Illl'l' t f 111-, -OhlHI I l'<:ll i r<.,", I Utrll W. B. Johnson. Clerk. !j ji : it'Lv.'Tarnpu
wntuifht Jron, .pl.ites to protect the paper i ;ii i -ill,,!*., f ti, ,thiJ'lii) 01 ruin, j'rniiiiD.fJ i: I
[replied "No, I am not. I 'oul / tarvl' :!i With Elizabeth Oorbett and Eutell' | OH either ,side! and two circles of J-, E. U IUJ\\ S I Ii -- .. ... __ _,.:.. r
: 'to death practicing law K Immee. '1 I Kouge as debaters. Thin debate will : A. C. L .
in bolts oue set passing through the Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R.Meets 10.30 am .1',
The people 'of this! To"n we too law- take place nom'e time during commence- ] flange!; of the tire the other through j : l.y. Lakeland.-A. C. L 11.45 am

: Abiding for them to ever n/ed the services -' ment' i tbe flange >'>f" the bub and both sets For Member of School Board j the first iyid third Wednesday i! Lv.. Orlando.Kit
; of a lawyer. Why)/.1. have\ been Miss Tarnnyton has organized an through the paper. The paper blocksare At the reu>mt wmy frjiindi. thruuxhioit the | in each month at 2 p. m. Lv. Sanford A. C. L 2.56 pm pra-u.i' -

there five weeks and 1 hwe not heard a t| semble class among her violin en-I turned on a lathe which also county I hereby amu urtcv my ounUliiucy; fir I I r. raternlly, Hail. Visiting Comrades I Lv. Jacksonville, A. C. L 8.40 pm ,

-* 'ci'os. word .spoken or faeen B man the The members; of t\\is\\ class 'are: Ladle I reniQS, our the renter bole for the bub. M mlnrf the School' Bun. from IlUtrict N'u3.ttubject I cordially invited. Lv. \Vaycrona. A. C. L 10.50pm '

into Two coats o( palcit 'are applied to keep to the action of the l>ehlCH'atlc primary O. DtitnvsiuiiE, G. E. TARll 1." Tifton, Ga., A. C. L I,55 am ; ,
., Jeast ). cated. located Saxon Elise Partridge Constance Ja- ; X.
( T/ie gentleman ,
4,. ,' out mol turc. The various parts are to be held May loih.' tall) huuld, I b. elocfktl. 1 Ar. Albany, Ga. A. C. L :Zaoam ' e'
.: .. , in 'one of our si/ter cities. I:1 | cobia Bessie EJdle Eddy and Berjha/ next; noietntilm). and the pop"r'ar pledge) tv the pviiplc.uf! Oncoola county the iMitft Adjutant. Commander. Ar. Americus C. of Ga. a.35 am '. -
--"Y----* <* -'; -- - McCabe. '" ervice uf which, I.Mm capable of pundaritig' Ar. Columbus, C. of G. C.-45 *
In .
)McCool 1 Typewritp1 ks. Burned.,- j The. graduating class! of the. ; !!normal wheel JAsmuy, be omple readily! | /understood paper. -W. W CIIANbLEft: Preaching at St. Cloud Ar.Ars Opelika, Ala.. C. of Ga. 6.55'am -
.. j Birmingham, C. of Ga. 11.30 am '
; -. 'The Acme typewriter: factory at I department this year 'i I. wjc: as large which!) 'bni received the treatment!
'Beaver Fjills ,P*., of which'Mr. W. A. !, at it has been since the State College ; may be used for almost any m7 Preaching; first !nnd; third Sunday Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C 9.10pm .

: ? ,McCool, of this city and BeaVer { for Women was established.' purpone for wbluh metal or wood IB ,i 1 hereby annnunci. myaelf a* candidate for \.' at 10:30: a. m.apd Q.4.!.,p. m. second Ar.. Cairo. III.. 1 C . i0.10pmt' "'

: !jiregldent' 'was destroyed try fire this The last Issue of "The Talisman,'! 1 used 'it not too much exposed to dampness niemb of School board for District No. 2. Oaceola and fourth Sundays at S p. fn. tf Ar. .CarUondale.., Ilf., I.' CAr '12.01 am ,.1... ,'

_; ''week, entpillng a loss of $ 00,000) with / the college publication, is the best one and o111/ f>mctlcal purposes U County and reapectfully: ,Hcit the ow'port vfthn ---- .. -- .' St..C uil Mt :. I, C..7.: :: r20aSAr.

about l00OOO insurance. that has bden issued this term. Everdepartment Is flreproof!-Tfnrper's. vo'tere at the evminic Primary JOHN Election.If BAISDEN. For Exchange. ,' Centralia, ill., I.: C- 7:? 1720"am i '
. I Ar. Mattoon, III I. C . . 3.05 .
i 'The Acme of the college is .sentexl ';; --- Timber land and am
typewriter is Mr McCool's.own repr "A I improved farm in
__ Pert Reply. List of Jurors. At:. Champaign. IH., I. C -. .05am '
_ Invention, and he has spent the and it gives to outsiders a better. A'story told of Sir. Jobn Wisher' and I Southern Middle Tennessee for Centralor Ar. Kankakee, 111. I. C

.Q i greater part of the pant five or .ix'. knowledge of what we are doing. Ixird Chnrlpn' Jlereoford, wben both 7'l.e followlnx i is a list of Jurors drawn I Southern Florida improved. Ar. Chicago", III., I._C. . 7)5am I

_ _? yearn" perfecting his machine and preparing .- It.pleased the student body to learn were stationed In the Medlterratieauwill for the Spring term* lHO! of the Circuit L. FllAZiER, Rolid' hrbugh trains;; P"man.;; Sleep-* '

*. to .manufacture them. Tho large that Tallahassee haj been Chosen! as the t I bear repeating. A competition Court of Osceola County. 9-llt-pd! __ Kthriidge; 'Twin, inn and Obnervation Cart and Fro Reclining (

4., :factory; which employed about mxty place of meeting for the next Sunday had been held nt Malta for a prize .A. E. Drought G. W. 0)vertrtreet, : - Chair Cars Jacksonville .to- Chh\\ \

., 1 tnen, was completed only a short time school convention; the meetings will be'' anhnally presented by Sir John. It l 111 Wri.$ B. Johnston, Roma Thomas, G.C.' Boy Wanted. and caw;Fulton Dining Cars between ColumbU , I
known the Malta nod. bqvlngso ; through Sleeping Car
A as cup. ; .
",ae \pond was jut g'ttlngOto. smooth held in the auditorium, of. .the' new ad < fur always been noli by a crew Bronson.' }:d. Underhill] B. J. O'Quinn.J Wanted-.A bright, energetic boy, J ackaonville apd St. l.. uis. Buffet Parlor -; .:;' -
binning ministration building.:: < Lewis Johnson F. J. Gorl\vin 1{. L.i i Cnr Tumpa to Jacksonville. tb.' '
: shape. I belonging/ to lie admiral's' ftojrShlp. It ;> about 14 or lt yenro old, to feed pre..... '
:Mr McCool's friends here Miss Ethel Durxt was called ttf Geor- G. Williams For Sleeping Car' Ke.ervation..or any 'i;i
? Seavt-r J. J. Worxlall
many : deep7y was. tull)' exH| >cted by Sir obn that . .. ::1: es, run errands and rnuke hiniaijf .Additional informationcommunicate;
"" generally
<(" TyitipBlhfze. with. "Kim" in"his. loss. gia: to attend! the funeral bf her. grand.;this-record would bo 'malnt l lnad. Oh Joel Tison, Wm. J.' AldermaA... :J. T.I I tlHvful. with .-.

r Mrs- 4 mother. r j'this!I' particular occasion, however a I Reavt's" A. J. Booth U. E. McGluUKlilin ,-': _ A. W. -FIUTOT D. P. A., A. C. L.; -'

;'-, l' .. Tempie Taylor Minx Mm' Alma Parlin haw been enjoying Tew of the UauiJUlles, commanded byI I. N. Tison, H. N, Brulton J. W'l'hornpsnri. j .1 rap f? t 5t't'-( ,' i ;myqi.i-. \ No.. m Blast: Hay Street. Jacksonville .:

,, pied) the residence Ex r<1 rhsrt.i. .-1tsr.fnM, carried tt. of. (',. \V. A. I HIH-icti/-f7i I i Florida. ,
at family in a"I't from her uncle, Mr. Crud) I Mann. L. DuvirlBOII. ) t r. it 'v.y I t
,, instead. A day or two later the fjevt J. (;. KIRKLAND D. IV A.. A. C. L., ",
1. .., '- North Kissimmee, on Tueaduy aftcr- 1'hl.'r.a.OJ now two tennis cluht. The wan practicing maneuvers and Admiral C. K.: Yowell.: J. M. iardncr, (,'. \ tl i iy tc:: ( (at U' d-i n utir.g ;i 'ffvtf; .r. No. 310 Ma
t ;SnoonAprU' lth Mrs. Tempie. Taylor Ok.ahumj.ka and the Semiuoles. Mi1- I Plnlier... wlioeu reputation a I !I'Parker. 1-.. A. Barnes. A.lnn.. (,. .. 4'
: Mhxwle. ; Clarence: A. Minx III tho Mnry.Ualrd bus charge of one and Mis- : staLe lselplluarlHn Is well kuowu.wn W. /Haye J. K.: Campl}> -ll. C; It. I.BWson..W. ()-----,--':'---------- i' f-

I , .38th ye r of her age. )Dugdihar NIMHOI,|. .<. of the.} other. Th. INsallHlietl with) the perf or inane u W. Chandler.) H. 1.. Storey. (I,1.; --1 44444%. ,;;

ilri: Minx was daughter of the, !lat.. i g iris Mhow I the. true ..thl..tic spirit, of (the Itninlllle.4 lie sliiinilwl nccord- j 1rHUII.: M. Katz. .1. .1.) /Daiui. '1'. T.Timlall. i sQa 0' i. ]L

ROb tt, Bad, who was among the pio in their. attitude* toward teniii;, and, ] Iogly to 'Its oomnmnder the inensnur. to

).eer'I'4'Bitknta of this .section. She was I i basket ball\ '!ExIAiln) : your reasou for beluK lute 5 Trucking G. E. TAKACH

J twice married,"her first husband, J. N. Mr. Kellum, the, treaxurer of the'col In'jcefiitJD,; maneuver." Without: n Ta Books 'Will Close Office, 1..,

'.. Taylor,.having been killed in a railroad lego, ban been absent for tjeveral duy ,1 moment's delay the nnHwercaine.' "We The taxpayers of Om-eola county: are i < Land< Opposite $ '
are towing the Malta UI'-DIoIDdt.
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p BeeiJes devoted and sorrowing hun- I I close on the first day of May. Persons : $ Specialty :

- c I band, she leaves twd .elildrenone TIC.tludenta-li.t.m..J to an interesting !, For Sale-Farty acres' high timberedland not paying their taxes before that date ( Bank'. '. ;

-. 'about two years of age and. .the other talk in chapel' last Thursday, from I situated within 'city limits of Kia- will be charged the cost of adyertisin .c- KISSIMMEE .,. ,
I Snell ideal ,. 0 'I
simmee, adjacent place; an .
old. '
,onljaew Dr. Andcruon' of the University of j location for a sub-division. $77.6O per their property. i .
'; Interment; wa held at Rosehilf. cemetery Chicago. t! acre. A. W. Gustus, Sanford, Florida. C. L. BRADY, I s1v4.4 ,
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Beauties;'. Friday 2z.4. local) team here tomorrow: FINE' SPECIMEN: for tIi building ha* bttn. let to/Mr W, { 'LAUGH '
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11'" r .P - : Kelley of this'city,, and as,the contract ] .
.Just beautiful 'Tt
TELHPHONSJ NO. 11.PUBLISHED. arrired lin. of pat- The W. C U. will '
:. stipulate that it l Is by'
::4 oonrpleted
.' hats at'Miss Bandy' parsonage tomorrow- f ( Of Celery Raised on the Truck'Farm And", 'as U.u.l. -Tho .. Who, .Lashsd
o'clock. -I' July 10th, It therefore will 1* com '
EVERY FRIDAYWeather Beauty| ; Show 'at Mrs! .Stanford's. of Mr.J J L1 F. O'Berry; mended; at once. 1] ', Laughed, B. : -
Friday evening',"April 22nd Th "American } "Common .cene? Kctoepp: abroiidJ'1IaId
-BT- exhibition at Mr. We have had, repeated occasions dUrIng Our Chapter HoOsa.,i fl now assured, j the man ''Who' bad ""Iii C; returned

w., a::. HA..I'Tif Agency of the White l Star Laundry evening, April ZJnA. the' past three! niontha; to-write and I trust the members of the League ,j from his first trip to Europe. '"During
-'. '- -'''-' '' notices
-- .-. = = -at the HomeStore, Phone 1M; '
; -_ .. Wearing "Booster of extra fine vegetables and fruit and our friends'will no longer 'hesitate i all the time 1 "'... ,Ou lbs continent I -

: rtA > 1 'For perfect -fitting eyeglasses. and. style these days in KJ grown in this section; but. none has to assist us in thecontest tot the' plan!>. '1 was subjected to; discourtesy IB-but

spectacles. see, Dr.. P. G....'" tute,' the Jadiea use them for come'underVour( ,observation- that surpassed *: Of course It is understood there to be one Instance, and-1 think ;II cot %..way-

: Repprt j I'*""Wuclc' lands' ; rich anddeep I for sale by < The many friends of Mr. a bunch ot celeryWhown- us oh roonvher where our' friend. in the j with'' It''then, at that. of,
\ ' l tf" 2.ELSONREALTY!.. Co. Sr." are pleased to .. ), Wednesday by 'Alr, A. S. Nelson,, and country\ can make themselvescomfort.,I I', "We were by. diligence crossing,one or coach. and ,
;, . are the daily terofperatures streets again afur his which was Mr.: able when In town for_.Lha..jday. Since passe
I Following Wanted-A young much coo,, in god grown 'at Edgewater by stopped, otto for luncheon''at some little'
'and precipitation as condition. Address J, I. Johnson, :City lijnellll,' 0 J. P. O'Berry. '; '.. they are to,have this pleasure 1 hope i town. It was hot and I suppose 't

yy, .reported by, the Government 501' 6"doses I."6C6:' will .Mr. ''G. B. Woodall has The bunch weighed five and a t quarter they will dq all. they can by giving their mad. rather a comical' ,sight In 'tor
: Kls.lmmfle' for the cure any"caae the Valley Gazette for a pounds' voteslo the \Voman'League..' -"V shirt sleeves! and black glasses, "wltLr
station at of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.: H-6mo after-it had been out ot the
t f. 'week e1\dlnarApr.4"- 1910., bage grown on his. truclf : ground two days and after all of the MRS 3>!I B..AULTMANJ. a handkerchief: over mj collar, as I''

,\' ,_ For Sale.:-Full-blooded Barred f\y-\ the passenger,depot.-! outside '!leaves been' fACal R !!1'fi ntif' snuirrw.i* 'stepped out o<.the vehicle to thiS road.
.or cover re-
!.' a IAL 111M. PIM mouth Rock Eggs 15 for. ,$1.00 A. 1). Itrs.Maggie'NcMulldn' : I. .UPPOIl'e, too.that tbe brand 6f :.,.
mo'<.ed. a'nd it was as tender and' brittleas
Gilbert. 14-4t J. Merlwether have JqtfCcnsus. French In'\\'hlcb'J' tried to ask.qnetlons *-
\ 83 47 : _
Friday '
: though it
weighed only a pound.
. 84 64 Hello Central-; give me No. 149, the from'.Largo- and are The census, 'was pretty ragged..,
.IJ Saturday. . *. ? Mr. is- enumerStor .lwgan work
: pressing --shop. J. G. Kimbrough. the' in the, Cannon building. O'Berry the largest and most "Anyway, a group -of young Frenchmen : -; ,-,
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88 54 morning and all will be called
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I Sunday BucreBsfuf 'trucker 11thj section" and upon
I Tailor. 9-tf : waiting In carriage while their
Monday . feS 61 .I J ian These church-next will be preztjthirig his farm Edgewa. which lien on the n tlie next few days to answer the team., was changed saw Sa" me, their

: Tuesday 1. 88 . '.Oj Call tfad Bee my new line of samples.J. Sunday. west bank list of'quettior/fl-prTpareil/ by the depart. .
\ G. Kimbrorgh the Tailor Phone'149. Rev A. M, Chisholm. of Lake Tuhopckaliga about .. long lost original scream anQ\ the 111*,,
v-' 89. 62 ..' 9-tf . those we call dead alive? r eight miles from Kissimmee! is as fine ment. they laughed was convincing, If. hot s

: _' : 91 64 i and well kept in Florida His The enumerators for 'Osceola county flattering. They weren't ", backward
Considerable l any
Fennel!, agent for Sayman's Vegetable complaint) areas folloVw about pointing out the real raclr blta
' E. -- Soaps and remedies. and Ordway's passenger. who-arrlye success lies in his giving the farm his : -
4 1 Plasters. 4-13t-pd morning train that' there I i personal attention end having a thorough Pr"cindNo.'I.-W.' J. S. Carr. Precinct In the. picture either and they 'only'laughed
harder when I glared at themmildly. .
at the station i3.
that : I No. 4. and 8-M. H. Porter. '
knowledge of how to'
and. when
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LuRue serves Young & Gaithtrr.'s, delicious Precinct Nos. 0. 7-J. H.: Baisden. ,, '
Tampa ice cream. None better. Mr. J. W. "Wilder has cultivate the crops a thing every truck fr.and trudged: off for lunch and when wet-

1 !: LOCAL:! fl L& i Wholesale or-retall. tf on Emmett street. grower should learn'as noon as he engages -. Mass Medin "' -" came back, there was the bunch ready :x
TljE Ik
blacksmith shop. on : in that industry. to-tako up tbe bowl at me'again. 1
For Rent-Furnished, or u''unfurnished a photograph- studio in Watch IvURimmee looked at compatriot and be at
houae of 7 electric lighted I grow.BOOSTERJSUTTONS. 'There.will be held a mass meeting of my
rooms "
$ throughout. Address 1' O. Box &16.- Mr. :Thomas Harp, a I the Christian people of Khuimmee atthe' me. 1 don't think either of us put
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16-tf. of Kissimmef, was run Baptist church, at 3 o'clock p. m.,
- Wade, the tuner, Orlando. train near Miami some 'We began to laugh. We fell. Into
: on Sunday for i of
4 Wanted-A man to take charge of an ceived Injuries which next $o purpose each other's arm* and laughed. We

[ Dwellings\ for rent apply to 1>1. Tiller. orange grove. Must be reliable,-competent lv ; more thoroughly organizing Christian held each other>up and laughed. We-
Hon.E.. L. Lesley- is Wearing Them lo Advertise work in
- ; and give good references/ this community. All people laughed till the tears rolled down our
; r Ladies have'J. G. Kimbrough: the dress Gazette office. l6-tf on Board Monday of County for a ten(; da Kissimmee in this work are urgently requested cheeks. We laughed .UL! .we coo Id n't -

Tailor clean and press your "I irts. : ranch headquarters on to attend this meeting, stand. We rolled into our coach; still /
Overcoat Lost- Between' Kissimmee Ask . me.Watch '
Phone 149. for each
river. laughing taking Inspiration
and Peghorn. Finder will please re-
:: Phone 149 when your suit needs: cleaning turn'it and! receive reward to' Klttpimmee grow. Card of outburst from a glance at the French!
Married, at the The aoove inscriptions-appear ort the Thinks
and pressing. Southern Colonization Co. men. .
bride's Mrs W.
.,# 9-tf J. G.'Kimbrouich, the Tailor. on Wednesday mother evening ; buttons a number of person are wearing We wish to thank 'our friends for "Well, sir that bunch of Frenchman -
An intelligent person may earn $100 on the lapels of their coats. The just wilted. First they .closed, their
for sie-Wheeler to Mr. Joe their kindness. during the recent fatal
with ealves monthly corresponding
, For Sale--Six !rnilk cows newspapers.No J. T. Mitchell button the first mouths; then they lost their grins;
all fresh. ?25 to $75 each. canvassing.. Send for particulars.Press officiating.Mr. inscription illness of our little daughter, Margaret. began at the.
15-tf Z. W. BASS. Syndicate. B 2245:! Lockport, N.Y. Herman Eckhardt, named' is sold by the Kinsimmee Boardof.Trade We;. also wish to thank, them for themar.y then each one squinting N
.'.- other trying to make -out what was
Pa., who is in the for one dollar the money so I beautifUl l fiotoers.
; FOR SALE --Six room house, to move. J. M. Post will repair your watches, city .:wrong.Before we'd been at It-two : l
. or will trade for land.. I clocks and jewelry and will do it rightor a view to investing' in I accumulated to be used in advertising Mr. a-nd Mr W. J. Sear minutes they all discovered they Deeded "S l
NEI.RON REALTY Co. section, called at the Kissimmee. while the second one is being off
-15tf refund your money. See, him next office W.lnesday a drink and vdeaked to tbe little
Tailor tal.eyour door to Onceola Pharmacy. 'JO-tf mJrnmMr. / presented complimentary; I by th.e Mrs. Grace O. Leathe of New York, hotel. We laughed till we saw. the X Xot
Lei J. O.-Kimbro-JKh, the ,
ttuit. Phone W. S. Alyea Citizens Hank. and Mrs. Anna Fuller Bennett, of Massachusttts last them and then we laughed at
..i :. No. 14J ord..aJor yonV 9-tf plies For ardj Cyphers| Arthur Incubators(;. Dustin, poultry strain sup- N..w'F.dt n Plantation Co ] When. taken into consideration'] the : who have been the appre the way we bad turned the ,trick- *
days this week vi&iting
White G. E. number of who dated of Mrs. Chicago Tribune.; ; 4
Wyundotte eggs nee Search of hands to work 'people are wearing guests S. B. Aultman.were ;
Use Plank Chill Tonic.Sold Cciarsnteed. all- Takach. Eggs "5.00 per hundred. 5tfLudies the at Luke these button, it would .seem that every called! home suddenly/ by a business '- '
Price 25' cento by company "
citizen of Ki..nnriirhax assumed therole telegram 4at Saturday. These. ; MAKING ICE. *
uI 7-M
_ druICJri tt send hatrcomliingH
bring or your Contractor Alex> :| ladies were delighted with their brief
FOr bargains in resident- :. 1'>rOprt and havea switch puff or runs a force *it work laying! ct of IJO(, t"r. "' i stay. in our city, and were so favorably ---- \ ,
full made. I also>uy hajr. j with Kissimmee desirable The Proe... Is Simple, Though It PMStlod -
truck lands and orange grove on :South:> Kis>Kimmee, 'ami it j a
H. M. Breaker Kmsimrtiee, Fla. 4-tf 13-4 t."d lit ra. Howell DaMs. he will have equally ai County Court place in which to spend the winters .< the Negro. i

J Dr. 'J. (;. I>UVJH. Jicenited optician by work on Main street in a I II that they had begun looking for a suit A sailboat In ..which, were a whit
After IsJovembt-r ISth! wood will be State Optical Hoard ran be seen at f'oiinty Court convened Monday Judge able !location on which to build a residence. man and several negroes hail just left 't

$I.2.5 a tran delivered.Kissimmee. Park Hotel for classes.!,. Headache" of Mr. K. Manscano of '''I I ij. K. Knlb) ,, on the bench,, and 1'rose Negotiations: in this lipe.; how-I the wharf near aD ,Ice factory at Vb.'

.. Lumber Co. years standing relieved, wit glasses', by I Sunday ill Kisfeimrnee the | cuting Attprney. J. L Moon Clerk. A. ",,"r. were temporarily suspended" by i foot of, Main street, Annapolis, and

.. Liht your ,proiert; > with N.-lscn Realty IJr. Davis. Kye, tested free.. 14-tf huntneglect Misses tertained Rogero.him during The the K. Donegan and Sheriff, C. F. Prevail, their toTeturn being1 .called next home winter but, when they they expect was beaded out the mouth of Seven

I ', Co. for < .UI'k ba1-) iThey.)have the your ihildren't.eypj( a delightful launch ride present in their official capacities. will doubtless build a nice home here. river t01\'ard.1! point on the,, Chesa-,

clients and can .I.t you rtie value of Mr. L. C. MukiriBoi of Pitt..'burg, The following eases have been, Mrs. Leatht and Mrs. Fuller will spend I peake. ( 1 ,

1 any meritoriousurnpei ty that is ilesiable. li-tf- Va.. arrl", d i in. the city last week on a ,The literary ... posed of up to ibis morning and court this mirnmer in Kurope-( and Will be accompanied "Ye-e-th. thlr. an. old time.-eo1ore4
'. I worth League wll have a /> by :Miss Elizabeth Aultman. "1 like to -git a
visit to hibrother.. \\ B, Makin,oll. 'the Flowem" i fifxt .. IH Mill in session. ._ man was lisping

. Anyone anywTiere', can tart a mail Mr-Jacksonville Makiimon, aicompanX'-d whereh, him as far. April )Ifth, 1910. An ", Joe Ward, violating cattle inspection F O)R SALE.A large safe, cheap.16tf ,, job worklu' ropud, that ,sir ice plant
order business' home. No eanveasIn ns <- flopped over and see ?euf make1CWttl1rL"t;
has. been '.
fJ f. W. Ward.
a rrlll' :
: ing. Be your own Semi for freebooklet. to visit fricnos and' will be down in a I gram flVj ted. 1/ < laws, runt inued.hJni'y ":i'ntail you bow )t U lofcev: If rou -

'TttlU bow. lleacock. A :2144, few. days'. .. C. Matthews, violating cattle ---"-"- --- would like to hear my explanation..

.- lx ckpprt. N. Y.Twentyfive - Lester Granger who inspection laws, continued. tbo-wMlajnau.. ,
Mr. :M.: C. Brorl. ai.d uf GlVnco ;
family -
In :' : to tlnrtyfiviper cent I Ky. urr ",.r\\ in K ;" iITfTII"la.t of broker horse, several-days doing ago t'i! |I Mallory K> -H. carrying concealed NOTHING WAS-.. LOST., . 1'Te-c-th.tblrI htk.ibirbout1t, r' -

reduction on spectacles and .eyeirlasHeh week, and .i.* looking around, with, a viewto will a be several if weeks{ i Liibto). convicted and sentt>ted to pay ""'ell. In the first place/! ,, they bar

for the next thirty duyb. ()\ er live purchasing' : u home, and locating here., I tt able to b,- out aitd yet a tine of -fH J.arid 'o-ts. or V\Vix months An Omission In a Wedding CeremonyThat a tank: of ammonia to ,whcB a small
hundred pair to be 'sold at cn't. All new I Mr. Brock "xvrc".eJ himdi-li HS a lirm News-Record. Didn't Count.A amount of beat '|* IPl>tltd.f! It does not '
in al.
good If you want a cheap' pair or a : bpli""pr.if0.4J"- i-olidity ni! Ki.immee''". I ) \ diotliigulsheJ oflccr) of tile Called' take much beat ,to convert ,the am-

Kd pair. cheap, .come in aid hee about' growth. M-;:. If: A. :-'fatlew,.. of Marion Lankford. assaultV\ ami. bat States navy ouce told, tills story, on mania Into vapor and even .that.beat

3rIt it. Satisfactjon gwaranttid.IR. : in the city today to tery. |>lfad guiltv and senteniVd to pay himself: : 1s used up In cauvlnftb( liquldt expand
I Mr. G. II. Simon, who haw been the ;
}P. V. # of his granddaughter Mi ) fine of $20' dollars and \ / : ho bad '
Kn Fla.i local representative of the Southern a Cfjflts. At the time ot ,his marriage Into a gas, or become latent, a.
/ who
IJitf died
I I Colonisation, l..... for the past few Mr.per Matthews yefterddy C. f. Turlirigton. trespass, continue been through the c 'll war and bad. It Is called so that temperature'

-; Dr. E. C. We tcotl. iate of Atlantic months, left, Best might far bib home at Holmes. is ] H. W. Weaver keeping housV' of M\\ had., many barrtfirlng experiences Is not material! affected.jJi"JCdwsuppose' .

City a thorough student of mechamL ,- ,Montevideo, M!rin., 'spend; the. sum- son::' :, ';' .. ",1,,,-,,.,..',...'"& ': ; { : furtie'con, tinued4Jt V(..> . .,< '"././.\ t-i.A ... aboard t ship,*, through'; nil,of ,:':' bleli I'Is1mneaLfzdu \heket't1f'Ouraife'l6Udjrenialned ? tbe ammonia gas oc*

"' therapy, has located at the; Cray stone,' mer.'He. ; expeet.'tIMlrt: 1 rabQut'IX' "f'J' UMt, bef oiofthe ...:. gol71tO ) ohSPanlglstll... ? :'\ ,; ,ai(5palmWn ( ;:; cuplcs'fa' hundred times aa much space:
:''i and II' prepared to treat,;pail j%b" for month'II-< ;; i' ';'.I\W' ( ,- <;i "', (' '/0';:',' deathfiiifiMKlBiiimmeJKmos liol
( ", """\ :i'''''' , !tW- : J'4- } !i MEu UAaifsaul& .". lWB niUou'id Vsj.the I\a.;th.'A1lqJlld.jh.tnt'' : >,Tlde0t that- the-
t.. J / asvv
f- ailments of anycharartff, ,,;; but makee a ( r > '
tJ lotirN"1Mix'an, orm'f SW wv i-ft r e-lfr mon1\i"am' liquid! (contains'ascertain( amount or
: tv'of ; and w IndIgeatbonT cuuV ny ymrMlat "'we1iJrAt ,
:special : Xeryouthiieeeai lyfrespecteaWtinotice. u '"'
. <:,l ': \' .>. .,. J1".;' ; ::>\12-tt! : (' O iObu'fi1lO1R'I'a. ctizerof thatIri4g willnext ..' vi\. ,if -iN 7or /**;, < \ l1y'lfgnve beat; -\ bleb Is, afterward, dJltrlbutecl.over ,
little town of TaU, was in.the city Mon- week; appear n six months in tbo' nltar; anild the blaze of brass buttons .. a bundria34-wcs, the space' first,

, : City Property.V.> have 9OxHjO-"r dav anU paid his. respects to this office. George nronson. often'.we -<|ie.f'h. .ind fold lii-o: marking the full occupied. A cubic foot of; the liquid.' -

superior "'allon. one ;X, another!, S room Mr McKain"' in delighted with the conditions -: Mi-s- ENie Harper/ : <-iitmU"U.tieorgC! I uuvul weddliiB.! the officer wns'all but becomes a hundred cubic feet"of gas

houKe for HK''.- at $KIi.vU.< | "r .vili
for land and ifiv or tuKr- -itT, rt-in',, as i reninin),, ,permanently. Mulberry, yesterday I pon fjlead guilty to \'arrytngwetfpi.ji seemed very iniicli "J1JIl.'tl to hlnFcariuB }- will contain" only one-hundredth
"fthe demiind.(
the merit !
IHBIm! v nineteen years. The '
. Houses. will |>av good ;nt.-n--t on thrinvestment The Ladies Aid of tIe %Christian. brought to this city on without lici-nse, *arid was sentenced to the excitement of-the moment part oi the heat'originally.In''a.cubic1! '
: and : church will a-silver the would temporarily take bud off his toot. or liquid; 'beucu.the'a..* $Is.mnchi. ,
,fl (_ Kr"w "' \ aue. give tea at residence today for interment in ) pay $10 arid costs. "
of Mrs. H. C. feet the officer had learned the mar colder than tbe Ilr nld"Now ., -
Ki-tf Nits: : "!I. }HKAI.TY: Co. Stanford, Friday Cemetery. Everett Bhos, offensive upefei-h, con- ,
evening April 22., There will be an interesting riage ceremony Better! perfect as ha thin' gas .or ysnor js allowed' k
4 Little farm inside city limits; plenty program and refreshmentswill Mr. F. II. Beuter, who tinued. thought.-und he remembered, repeating flow through |>!pei;..coveted', : with a<
Worn for four; make good rental houses, be served. A special feature will G. H. Simons'aw local John BrowA, yelling liquor, found the words afterthe minister 'in a 'me ,.water, which becomes :lttemelf colcl.\ f

''p fronting on marl toad and sufficient be the "American Beauty Show. Southern> Colonization) guilty and sentenced to 100 fire or six chanical sort o( way. __ ,but does no fre'er-o' owing .to the pre. ,
land left do considerable the city this week and has "
to *
months. After tbe ceremonyvas over" and all 'ence : '
Two houses and line shade. gardpninK./ Mr G. W. Homer came doom of the. com'any'' .
location; just the place for / Fayetteville, N. C., and stopped over Beuter j is a former Peter White, felling liquor, found was serene again Including tbe officer's -' to lx frozt-ii <. .put.Into, latge metal .

..jner.'e 'Want to show you thIs now. with the family of Air. Croroarlie a tew himself and th4 1 Gazette guilty ijnd sentenced to '*l"W' fine or six state of lAlud the kindly clergyman cons end placed in the cold" sail' water ;/,

w. 16tf NELSON: REAI.TY.CU. days last week. Mr. Homer is perfectly -. acknowledge af fraternal < } months.' came "tp to liiui and touched mm and allowed! to freeze: $

I delighted with our town and tend the gla Farm I4d and lie is .back and wish fo him .. violating "Look bere. old .he said .. *.- ..
Ju, Fine and Grovu. acrus country says coming in a I .. roan, ; "you the process" It Is; .D'J"ct-ur1.lmple//.
.,....''i- fronting 1.2 mile on south chore' of fine August and bring his family with him. midst. .- spectionJa. ( "co nt ptued.; didn't endow- your rlfe with any Do .1 .lAakoaqselt clear? Do, yoaIindersUnd ,(

,,: lake; 80 acres fine fruit land; 20 acres -7 Tom Jordan embezzlement. con- worldly good*." n\j explanation}". ' "
c'; of and< bearIngT" Robert Ivy, Jr., returned"Wedne day. Mr. W S. Alyea tined. > "
orange grape ; Gazette "What's that? !asked the bridegroom: _"ye-o-tth. tblr, 7f/ esplanatlontff, ',
,"t'" -- 40 acres muck land; Very \b'and; afternoon from' "Cortway, Fla.,' wherehe Icy office on Eugene Phillips and )..Monte with something of .nfitonlshmc-nt la bill<, I isOttenJj.
I like
productive; raised, over 100 bushels of had been attending a protracted of rice that ill as tine a 8 Harry plaUu" but : iwoulj 'to
j'4-{' corn UCQ bushels potatoes to tho. acre! meeting conducted by Kevs.-K. F. :3onz., age as ev** came under catching #fish with seine from fresh wa I "voice. see :'epi tnaki ,that; air ,I ks., : with, fire,".
i.... -last year. Artesian well on farm; de-1 and McLeod. Mr. > Ivy states-thnt the heed having beenplanted ter lake..,.,contmued. 4 !',' pot on land. If you want something meetings' are'' being largely- atterftl dy ago. There are nearly Warren- King. Iiham Gall..tt4uwd'A. I all itiy worldly goods 1 thee eud ", -i L 4 JfJ,

,0)1) rich and a real.) .snap, you Will have to I and a great deal of interest is mani onthe stool 'and the Ellis catching fish with'seines from several limes, *n
,, '. hurry. This wont' last long; it is the fested. S:. the twenty-six frfrm of lnchee.the New It fresh water I lakeeontinue.j.The ) you woufd- ttvtvity It after. me." Freotliuian'' who avpear. to Ia.,. .-

: foundation to a fortune.' ,:.. The bridegroom Deemed perturbed\ been-of a thrifty 'zurn- of-mind' cea. .?
15tf NEt.so4tEAi..TY Co. I Mr. and Mrs. John "Wallace, of Kansas Co., at ,Lake c..nttr. ,
are here 'on a visit to their son, Pioneer .Pum, ing Shop.' for n. lnoll.l"I1IMlld lacn a lI"'lnlnUGb't celled:1: :; the Idea In 1878 that, too .jcoaeb -

FOR SALE-674 acres excellent land I who purchased the Lanier farm about Mr. R. J. Farmer, I came Into his face. Tuhiabletime.was' eug. .watedu!

;' with over a mile frontage o ,.I-'iah Lake four miles south of town, last'- falL county, Kans. who i i/il Announces its readiness to. serve the -.''Nov*r mind\ .Jr," hf said--1 .. "SheflHJn't cleaning Jiapdlufawben: preparing them .

with beautiful beach, On this 'tract of I Both Mr. and Mrs. Wallace are highly- arrivals in- Kissimmce, Public and is open to contracts: for I laying -!IdS* a WeSKed thing' by .mr..tittJ-: for the tndrket II. 'found, 'a 'waj 'ofe

... \ land we have high pine land hammock pleased with our section,' and it is iwwsible' five acre tract of \(: ure.--Iiii! change.Promct, preparing them without cleanlugaui14b Jteftj/ )
pipe any pipe jobbing work and'will
they will deckle to make their, th! Nelson or ; -
Healty CO. ,
",land rich deep prairie muck land. Bome1' thld be took:ont letters, pteii.i' ,
'home situated book plumbing work, to be
ral among. us. I| In the northwest accomplished
in and ,
trees bearing j '
orange fty d. .AVPItl.nttt! bo had *oroo., slight mlsglv:
of alfalfa sowed. This is Hirst-! ( city. There is a$ ..... just as soon aa the trade of /
4: acre a nelto, isnrker! : sa d Smltkln meet lug as tv wbe!ber the public.WqUltx
Mrs. Rogero arid l place with a fine Mow and
class; high grade proposition. worthy of j daughter, !Miss Kissimmee. warrants th employment '
: big his the .tr et.: "llott j perfectly suited wltO.,'bitt'
investigation.! Location is good, being Mary returned last Thursday from will begin at once putting FIRST ; frleaij oil lnTentlortt
CLASS Plumbera.A -
--- -with4rr4miiew of twtrjroodtmvns and *I Jaok-somrille.-wheTe-thirlHUer tia's bean4!,>-in-eoniiition for fall -- poea irr L Ifi: : Rl1J 'QIt nrs""ilalnirte'r''inikes7'tbljarentbetlcal *' ,' -k
rightat railway xtatinn. Mat road undergoing treatment by Dr. lliggins. necessary work must b'e; done: in, ".111 rjjjlif. J piif'I ." Barker.n { entry: '* '

will soon be built alnnjr one tide of this They csme from Jacksonville to San- | Mr. and Mrs. W. W. plumbing soon"r or'' later why not f 4.-f-Ii 'jl blo f:'iwncer lately I Fish pat up by this proccsiltuaj:: be- -4,

farm. Favorable terms of payment cnn font by bout and were accompanied i terday spent the for winter their at St. ; ","- one of your home Jndliatrk-s i "\ U>J. Itotrble, is 110wn at nay place slightly unpleasant to tbecuito te'at.( ..

; be hod. Corne let ns "how you this by Miss; Rosa Kogero, who had been "Iowa; where Mr. Fergason home: once and enable' u.t to eslabljyh a II IIi at W.tiHiiipt'Vi tiuw" I Inritetl him! I'' first /but be soon gets,nsc-d.. to It,,- .-' :
farm and its ailvarita 1 visiting in that city for the month. i .
,:_ numcii'us' >u< : past, : ble real\ l estate. He is -" .. businesH. down fur the Hveek. end'1"V --- -r'

.' You can deal with the owner direct. .1\1\lrs. l). O. Ll'e11/ I four, lots in St. Cloud, on *"Live I liv. 1' t thought that was three ;< A Wlf.'. .E.rly Lesson., -
: 15tf )NELSON; I{ ;AITY Co. l loava to night Our motto i i. and L*t Live. I I
"t tor AuKVsta., Oa.. to spend a short built a residence and< ;' EDMON1) : II'II'II et-t Jjo | A curious custom uaotl to $<3corflraajran
Fts< ,S.u.t..lbO acre. of l hind 4 1-1 time, after whu-h she Will pontimiu her ;| his business in Iowa in ...SWAWKY "hf win.. ." M aid I /Bniki'r! " ,I. Anjtk| >- .!\ "ion lietroftiaf.. *,After, the-
-. miles 'from Oabrella. 4 ,s'ummer, that he can leave ( >I. Box Cir> l'r'"ri..t"r| kini>\ lloliM.U> at I '
t 'y.'L \ ares bearing journey' to Baltimore, to remain during "u e.fletL making gt'"III! .f the ring the father gave the-'
.. orange grove in good condition., Tini-, th.IoU/ mm.'r. If she can induce her ; time, and return to St. I I t both.. *.u.l.) nuft "-Hurl''''''''' Weeklarna 8en-Iu-ls-! of his daughters shoei

--. ber has been boxed but not cut. :.Soil:> mother to corne to. this city and reside i Oct.and a for at I I| ------" I' with whli-b the sbn-ln-law. bit his wlfwon. <,
especially adapted fo growing citrus with heV. she will return early in the fall '
ouc.: .Marytlout Viiw.ThC' tbe bead M teach
q ber'anbjectatrLater
fruita.Som fine murk land.jtmd and rebuild her" residence, which was ) American Woman's Leagpe.o'Th
r Prosper Colony Mallllf : : \l lw "Uftiuiiscui, from tbe on a-more moderate cartlgi-r
/ nTf (T)
drainage through this tract of land: two.,. destroyed by lire a short time I
/, Rood lakes adjoining property, ,-niloh', : . .. j \ . ago. Sphaler organization at Taft.committee I Hart/ Mi-morial. Chapter of the mountain where\ !Mobumioc-d made hI.-' tloif wag suggested tad UuWjilowp'

.-t- &, ,Ing splendid protection. ; $:lfjJWe( also G. B. Woodall is cutting tbe cabbage April 13. Mr. N. Dennis I W( ma.n's Leagae will meet /tTI'6reD\ UII' Iatlti iu ouu (1.(. the tautvelous with broomstick b iAmetlte, custor4:

have 10 acres of land on marl road .11-4 from his 2-acre Hold on the lake'shore chairman and Mr, t the residence of Mrs. J. Z. Rbb rHon views.of lie World. Again and l f"Tho Months of .the ar," by Jte1. _

, miles from" Corporate limits'of Kissim- below Maple Grove this week for' A very instructive and In afternoon at 3.30. It j 1. es again I <0c rted. the mosques, tho bo- Peinberton Lloyd. j, .1.1" ;t*- - I

,., ,mee,.4 acres of hearing grove 2 acres which he will receive $1.20. a crate de dress by President DenWis Mara Iha-ioar le baths, the courts of -. --.- -. : '' ..- j v.
desired that there will I be full ,
truck Ia"hd and 4 acres timber. Some livered the station. This a '4
crop was and 1,600 shares of Pro the fountains. the shudoWy-kbaas apd "'N. (Sch.." .. .t 4
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peach and plum trees-beautiful on light sandy aol with ' as there are sons in t<'rest- -
.-t4ee2 pear .grown very,lit- Manufacturing Co. . the gardens by the streams for that Sued fop'' 1rc: : o pfmIse..Ir- '4t"Yep' ,>
shaded Six, room, house,'n cds resiraPrice ''.fertilizer: and at'.therate-: bets now for howa the interest the, papfonlt.o.! be read, and J.he exact bare height on which Abraham is said "'.: .), \a-:, i"AnyfeAe (:;'
(2200 time on-half if desired. two 'f '
; receiving acres be. ,
bring ,
pnista ar. taking In this of the Chapter- House "
e On the to have.had tIe unity Af God revealed ..
15tf NELSON REALTY Co. fween five ,and six hundred dollars. j the ,,"' -! -s; j"TlaPOrMr7insanityr \\
in and _
t Taft.
.. to be agreed upon. The .contract1 to blm.Robert II1htzie) la Century; ,, : and 'l-erpectk! i'

.to proTe K br the 'love letters ;% wrot .. \ .

...- \ _u _-m.--'-Couriel'oJ_rO outDaL._ ..., '.

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\, PROCEEDINGS OF I I too highly recommend them to. ail'luf
ferers from/ form of
1 any constipation
and'H. attendant evils That's why we Thousands of Acres

: Our Goods !' THE CITY COUNdLKlesimmee bade our faith in them with our promIse : .

Se.e of moneybaak -0\>1
it' they do .(five .

I .. ... ., .-;;:/:Apr vth, MO. I f Two sizes, 12 tab .
mtlr"atisf.| | 36 tablets. 26 c nts. OF .
The Council met in regular session, I ,1/

: 1.10 ; And get 'prices before buying.' We are there being present T. W.-Elli;, !: Pres., ; an obtain Rexall Remedies '
_ T. M. R"ivers7; II. and JI in'Kissimmev only atj our store-' .

\ the Originators of' Low Prices' ,; M.' Hansell, J. R. Gilbert M.vPfann.:: :, Clerk. I The Raxalt Storft. Qaceola Pharmacy; : WILD .AND1UNCULTIVATED( LANDS }

r; in Kissimmeej J wli ; .The minutes' of the last meeting were w
.. ., a.
: read and approved. Report of officers I I CALL fO* ELECTION j
-- -- and Truck
;Orange Groves '
were examined and approved. Bills Farms .

; j 'I': t WE SELL' were approved and ordered, paid aa I ;'
for Nomination bf of the
t : : follows: "' 'I Democratic Gardens that will be disposed' on

Apron Check at.. . . . . . .6 to l11c'pp.ryd \ .
Dress Groehamii at .t '. . : . 7 to 12te per yd .r T M Murphy, *at is mayor>r . .* IS 00 didate for Congress MOST REASONABLE TERMS '
; Y1 x 1 40-In. Unbleached Sheeting at. . . . . 7e,per yd i Mrl'hutcri N.! a. nutmhal. . . MOO )To he Democratic Voters of the Second" -
<1 . 'to J. M(PftalU'r. ,,1).1. .. 2t SO
1 6 74 yd '
,'i Shirting Calico at <-.' per Congressional District of.Florida .
Quilt Lining at . . . . . 5c per yd UAt Duller ''el'dlnll' prmniior 10 00 : ALSO
I " i a A MII .I'. ml an .. The Campaign/ 'Committee of the -
I t Heat Calico . . . to 7c per yd > police MQOJ I' ,-
\ Dress Goods from .15 to"75n 'per yd <' rnnlth.xllluepi, Ue< .. ... ..';t) no Democratic.Committee of the Second
Poplar Cloth, assorted colors, at ._ 2-lc per yd .1 r. RiflicrKon. mils treasurer .. 1000 I Congressional District of the State of TRACTS IN PROSPER: COLONYthe
Check Homespun at . . . . 6 to 8c per yd .f R I iPiett.! ..l! .. olerlt aV, :i'> 00 I, Florida, hereby notice follow.' .
: i .. Outing . . 7 ti. Hc- yd 'I[ U Killtuil. n- a d.Tin,mi 4 (H) ) gives a, ; "
FInn..l. per .
Elegant Line Curtain.Good . . r . < .to 25'' j 1 M I liner-, ". .. '.'. 4 110'' First. A primary ,election for the Place thai is Becoming r. ,' '
j Elegant Lint Serpentine Crepe at .20 to 2">c !per yd 1't' ffsu.rll[ ,, .' :001 j..nomination! I of a Democratic candidate a
; Table Linen . . .:ml'- to $1 per :ydBent l It{ M PfnuM .. '. 100 {or Congress'from said district to Famous for! Crowing
Galatier Cloth at . . . r 15c per yd I W J Sr'l 'i' 1 /90 1 the! 62nd 'of
Congress the.JUiytwl' 06lat<
i Table Felt. . 5f r per )yd Wit"e." ros.MayorNlruurt 4rq< and all other varieties of Vegetables
r Table Oil Cloth at. . . 2;;f per y1.I ,.'rd i h..III.ulinlll|>ri.oher 2 00., will h. held! on the 10th day of May A. Celery ,

.I q Linen l4.ash at . . .10 In 15 per yd l I .I'" W. St.a'j\.r.\ marr city election, I :0I.J D.. 1910. .
.! I :::;: Cotton Crash 5 to Sc per yd f' O'lltr>. mgr.:ond ,,1''Cllon' I '0() ;' Second.! An election of Democratic! ,. .
.Y'. \j t." The Famous Rub Dry Towel at :jfC to "So50r J W il''roll.' . 1 61' |, Congressional'CommitlPr': for said district
I Ladies', Shirt Waists . ) upi JV J.illv and city election *.."" -
l i I Ladies'' Wrappers ', . . fi"C up' I., R "o<>d..lI. oily, election . 1 ''/1') i will be heJ| op' the 19th day of. '
Ladies' Skirts . "* -> !/f>c to 410 each' .. J G T B.... rlofk of cil, election 2 (0I'I May A. D.. 1110, to be composed of one W. L :'' VAN DUZOR .
LadieH1, Petticoats j. . !>0o to $K each 10 W B Johnnton. clerk of bond election 2 ''MI member from each county jn said district ,
""f'" Ladies' Raincoats. . . $5: up I C C TurlinirU. uaJilT. of city election 1 dI< ] to be chosen the
Ladies' Coat Suits . . . . . . . $9! up 1 E Gardner IwlilT, of bond electionKl 1 5111 I II by Democratic KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
t . Ladies' Vests . . . 10 to fl"r ....Wagon. Works work onYal.I"l ..>"iw! I 12' | voters of each county respectively. ,
. 2ftc) $1.50 each/ .' K f Third. The rule the .- .. --, - -- -- -- ---- -
Ladies' Kitnonas to Mornhal. Utlrar 1 60 governing State = -=::: ::;:: : = :::= i
Pure Linen Laden . . . 5 to 2-;;<- f 1 Juhn Malony. I..r. '<<> ( primary election, tut promulgated by '
12 doz Buttons for . )1' 4 I'rav''n.h Hall.nllo Ai.r 1. I'.HO 1 11100'> :' the Democratic, ; State Committee
Gold Eve Needles, per paper /r. '"' KIIH' Telephone. 0>. phone rent I '*)) shall
\, i Ladies' Coat and Sweaters at popular Apices RMK G.'e.. mds? city ','7n I control in the primary election of a THE E PIONEER S PLOJOBIIIB <' S 8JOPSSITIUTF.O

Enormous lot of Embrojderies at ridiculously low prices.A G I W & < Grocery Co. rndoe city : I d.''i nominee for Congress and the selectionof "
beautiful Line of Ribbons Dress Trimmings, etc- W & C CrAcery ('0, md.e El. !> I >.% I a Democratic Congressional Committee -
I, Above we nave given you prices' on a very few items in our C''N Pann tndt e 10 I ,-- .
j where applicable and not' inconsistent -- AT \ :
I !immense and well selected, stock E II EirircrairniCHtt.! election bootlia 1 11 1 92 t tKISSIMMKK ,
tours. tor good goods ana low prices, Much BniH,trams for hauling 2 fnThe | with specific requirements' of this : ; AND[ ST. CLOUD
Daily Hond Muypr. adv bidH for uondfi b -. I committee. ,
KIM* .alle) Gaxette. printing! ordlnanceH '01 4J|> I Fourth.! Any white Democrat possessing

.f.1. HIG.STANFORQCO.,6J: O' .c.Hila. fount) Abftract O-' lint qualiflvd I the necessary legal qualification SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC .
voters mind"h"ron.
j 'AndreeA. El hotk, print planH and Mnecinrw 7H 2.,0"' : for representative. In the Congressof '' 'J'lJ.JI'c\ /,.,,,tt- Uic ticllfrrlccomnwdations lit Can .Supply"'
O..,,,,>la Hardware Cxi. mdMC" 'K 9% the United Stati-ff from s'aid <1isti'ict.,' .

r A I. Davidtton. burylnir l>Hui.or 2 *0* i dray. become a candidate fo. the nomination *

n I A I..avidnon.I $ bat on sewer Broadwav Lor.Jroad in said. primary election by filing H. EDMOND 8WAB6Y. PROPRIETOR

4 'NVNIKNSNM.N N N NN'NN'KN1frN'--M-%111M$ I 19 fT 0) with the chairman of this committee,
Mach BroM. team for Mli-eet work 46 9" I
: $ I. H Inirram. Leamit for street wotk. .>-. 00 viz: Hon. G. L. Baltzell at Feruamiina '
ti 13lS & Ic1te1-- .1 '. KobinNon. orders paid for street work 'il! .I"' Fla. on or before tin..* Hth day of

I Kim I.umlM-r Co. lumfer 34 _*9 April A. D. 1910 a written statementas r TWO THINGS YOU SHOULD'TAKE" -1'I'

John Oyerenrct weal l lot E L P 219 ..11i I I law .
of his
required by purpose to besuch
I. s floaGravts.. mdH 24 4" .
FANCY ,i O.c.1".I..r" Cu. milHe. ,-. I candidate, which statement shall

-' J K Gdi.. ..rt, ....1.. ..c and cal, El I )I' 15'X1' > | be signed by h.m'anti shall be accompanied ADVANTAGE OF TODAY I '
V erner r II... inHtallation work 22 25OibttonGa with Three Hundred and Seventy-
: i GRAIN AND J We Solicit part of your trade s ,
Klxturu' Wkii. fixtures < 41''
] Five Dollars as an a..e"s.m.nt to aid
i in
I Country Produce S E P. l>ann. nal an mint of ELI' I.V 0" I I I'I
1:1111 $ FEED OF J I 'Hides and. Furs s Harry Cornell, labor for E I. I I' 10 r.' 1 defraying expenses, of holding said pri- Open an account in Our Savings Department
election.Candidates. j
19 la Electric : ALL KINDS I Bought and Sold. ji J R GIlbert., frt-ijrht. eng and MupphrH IM7: (M. J I. Fifth. for membership I I in wlih'li.we )pay 4 J per cent. E
Western Electric Co. I
upnlimf .3 '
on Congressional Committee: sha'Inot
Phone 61 = -- KlSSIMJHfiE 5 J J Dann. whop work K L P 'IT In
00 ;: 1 And rent a Safe Deposit our Vault i i
btrequired to i ,
NMi; '$ Fred Mcl....uirhlin. sal aa Mcavenir '. fl" 00 I pay any a.--"nu.I..1
%-- 'tiKNKN KNM'L 11'" N11N KNMWNWNk
.. Buar> Padtrett. ail as scavenger Oo 'no> Sixth. This Committeo will: can 'a-. which is charged with electricity and I '1
=- --=:-c-c: -- Faiabftnkn.. Mont &. Co. material E B. P 203 :>", the returns of such elilion aid kelai.1;,

Following is the Treasurer's reportfor tin result, and' will in due season issue I Is absolutely! burglar I proof L LI

Z.: W. & G. W. BASS the. month of March. A. D. 1910: Instructioi a a. I promulgate rules (,

C.KNBRAI. VUNP. thereto.of I I i DO IT TODAY.
i// .. To hlfcnce from tint report S *.1 U7 the powitr given us under the law
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CONTRACTORS' AND BUILDERS Received from :Mayor .. . :. 1 Received from Marshal 1 :3-1 r 50 i J I Wood Brick or Stone Recei pfl from -----1 I
'Ltd'r. .. .. 11..1 ; Ch'm. Cam. Com. of Dem.
. .J B, paid warrant d"O o 7 I Cong. (;om. 2nd Cong.$ Dist, of Fla. i ARTHUR E. DONEOAN. PRESIDENT G

.:;- Attest: / )t,
'Tobulance on h.nd HI' 47 .
1 8TRKKT: rtmu. ,
.t -
To balance from hot report 7HO U4 --
11 .f To amount from Clerk' . .. .... :H 14 For Sale :. .
; Kissimmee Florida To amount from r.i O'lleUior. :, ..' ,,'. ,37$02;
.. .. 10 tracts of- rich"
t Totio.. .'' .,//. ,.../... .,./. ,}'.".\\ ..,./.II.-I If aero landa'in. Park Gardens good the finest deepmuck i................................................ ................. I

Iflllald warrants. '.f,1. "......,.,,,.il'I.,... ).. 'OP.lI" "" :'
"' ' / '.d." body" of trucking lands :In .. Florida J < "WHAT IT ;MEANS t'
i .' : ; (. ;n hand';; ;; y tlo+.;41 '\v
- . ecxoor." ,.. 'J *, ."", ".'f' .. ,. Three to four crops of 'vegetables can i MsuYra.plud.luol. i know what a mink's Capital! K for, or the rilfrarwiRc beitweeo Y
L. **UNUT' I. raised" a bank of little or no capital and one vrltiua largo . ,
We'.Handle the and best be in one year or a crop of let- : rapjtal.A
largest f
__ .T1o from last report t 311 K i
b.e. then 'all in : nANK'H' CAPITA AND glTKPU'H
To *mi'i'j"l from Tax C illoct<. .: .-'I > "cabhage then ('Onl. .
stock of High Grade Furniture in : ,Is the hind that prolei'ls theilopOMltors, from \lows, lliiTcfori. < tho lamer It Ii the C I
J To ani'' and firm 'lerkT" 7 74I one croppin season. TIU'H lands are : rntntvr .pnitortlon the il<-po..iloni. hare. rin,1. bank ha* aCapital
) -- -I. capable of paying large rate of interest .
theState. 'I tin han IIII >I. a R of I 'I lion\ miSurpluH
: fund of 'Ib.liOO,' oii i
.-. I on the price of more than One i tockholfinni' ,,
11.11 TINT 1,11.HT .NI. i liability 'dla'xI> (K>
'i I I Tr tw. .ncc hum la.1 reiot' I >I2 Thousand Dollars PIT Acre.. And the : :: ; I ,
We ;. ; .
Havepurchased this'space! ,1Iq, A total ofThin r ,1.00-, ':
\ : Ti from K. 1.. I'nik
Min unt actor 90 time will soon come'when they will demand I
of I I : moans that we molt l loout. Inrr $1 l ..niMi.xl'(1 boforii our lc..IIO. rooM l Ume a
to offer you some very attractive loUl .. I1HANITARY : IIII 1 a higher price than that just menu : lute protorttoii. in for \01' R ri'
BV paid warrant+ . r 1"21 h4J tioned. Already in certain sections of

+ bargains from time to time.. I To balance on hand f "71 11 Florida, where trucking is done on a STATE BANK-or-OF KISSIMMEE

businesslike basis lands are selling .. '
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for our ads. - we make a =
P1.* balance from last report $ 1'*** :7; for more than a thousand dollars per. .
'. C. A. CARSON Ji HN M. LEE: : N. B. ARSON :
specialty of Mail Order commissions I To amount from MamhalTo :'O 00 acre. :. Preildvnt, VI.I..hh..1 a.hior ..

amount from Tax Collector 91 19T"tal .. .................. ............ .
To amount from ('lerk 7d5 There are several parties now work- ..... .. ............................! "

and guarantee, goods. as .. ,1-<47 97 ing in Park Gardens improving and get- I r
ting their lands in condition for truck- ;..
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represented. Sly ,paid w'err. I''] on 11'NWIiNNNI'1/M1NM111' N"N"'N'NKNN1 1'fN'"
ing and farming and soon lands will :
1 To balance on hand ... .. ..1 ir"rt ,r.. command price and the
an enormous

/ To .leisure. from.laHt'rcport uii,HNa FUND. $ ..!
SOUTH FLORIDA'S .- T. amount from Clerk . t & ent prices will be a thing of the past. AppreciateACCURACY
To amount from Tax Collector :31 OH Lands can be had on favorable termsof

LARGEST .fHOUSE. FURNISH'ERSJ 1 otal . .ViO O.'iCKMKTBBY payment, so that parties purchasingin : i

.. rOND. Park Gardens can make the greater
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!I To l..l. 'ic" from lai.t retort( off>'. (8 part.of the purchase price by farming PROMPTNESS, i

To amount from Clerk 42 50 these lands before the majority.v the : PURITY,
Total . $!:\1'17' !9 11 price falls due. We can show you the "

best flowing well in. Florida on Park COURTESY,

Eithelberger & Gray Co. NO REASONfOR' DOUBT Gardens and with the rich deep black and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWINO' you have the Best .i(

I soil and a bountiful water supply, big Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone us your wants, i r rand

money can be made by farming these we assure you that satisfaction wtll be yours.
1101 franklin Street A Statement of Facts Backed by a lands and building up a great business, i

Strong Guarantee. for such fine produce as can be grownon KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. i ,
these lands will cteate an excellent ;
TAMPA FLORIDA We guarantee immediate and positive
J. .. demand. It will pay you to investigatePark ; : Phone 41 --::
all sufferers
relief to from constipation.In I
Gardens at once. t
every case where our remedy failsto .
I do this we will supply it free. That'sa Nelson Realty Co. ----"" "" --""""" """" """"" __"" ""v""""

F frank statement of facts and we f

A FULL AND COMPLETE\ LINE OF want you to substantiate them at our Photography. '

risk. I am prepared to make photograpl.i 'SUNNYSOUTH !

+ Office Furniture and Fixtures< Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effective of all kinds at my studio located just STABLES a

dependable and safe bowel regulator above the Midland Ry., on Broadway,

;r- STATIONERY. BLANK BOOKS. strengthener: and tonic that are or will jro anywhere to make outside \
like re-establish views. Prices reasonable.J. i
eaten candy. They
nature's functions in A. LANCASTER. GEO. W. OVERSTREET !i
a quiet, easy way. - . Prop.
They do not cause any inconvenience, ,
VERTICAL FILING DEVICES Notice to FishermanNotice ,
hp gtiping or nausea. They are so pleas- '\

MOST MODERN ant to take and work so easily\ that is hereby given that the law Livery, Sale and Boarding;

x I they may be taken by anyone at any against seining the lakes of this county

,'\ 'I have Inaugurated Mail Order Department perfect in detail-you can time. They thoroughly' up Urn will hereafter be strictly enforced. All Well equipped with New Slock and Vehicles and pre ,,::

atfop with me oy mail with the same assurance. of fair treatment as you whole system to healthy activity. They parties interested will take notice and pared to meet all demandslBwtth! :perfect satisfaction. r'

would secure by personal purchase.. have a most beneficial action upon the govern themselves accordingly.C. .
I liver. F. PBEVATT, '" : :
Sheriff. Heavy Hauling and !(Boarding Horses a
410 FRANKLIN STREET Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable Specialty. .,

.. B'. .It BECKWITH TAMPA. FLA. II I and ideal 'for the use of children, old Old papers for sale at this office, '. ,; ;j
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t can' : *". : Four 'i:i I stripes"And.on If either tbeiryetticoata"of them can show a

You come to I of yellow band shell regard ,the matter The Waters & Carson

fixed beyond a doubt .
Fancy you, with .
I, an Inco *.t a thousand. being canght

i KISSIMMEE( | 1)I ) I by a dowry of two hundred a year." '

A I "And fancy yen; belr to a big property : Grocery CompanyWholesale F
--.FROM ---- being caught by a couple of white

0 ', stripes representing f.a;. year each,"
: KA.NSAS"CITY f o Tw. A n.rem Gentlemen Mali.i .g j 1 .' "Do you know what 1 think w'* deserrer' : '. and Retail Dealers tnooGR'OCERIE.S; + '. .

I I g L.** I*.Tw P..oats In Brrto I|, said Wallace. "W deserve to.
Kcivll. -
0 tony With Strlov ** '
be .
roasted over a slow fir*
: AND RETURN FOR ,i.1! J ..._r- h
-? I'S ,0 01 I I "Ton mean<< "oll d..erv. that, .YouHide '
and spend 25:da'ys : o . 0 eyes at Fincbeti. the moment ,.
.. $30.00. <,, .00, CopyrlchC: IMfc tiy American FTOM [.'.I >on saw her. ._ -- .. t\\ '
,. g MaaocUfMm. !I "You began It yourself by asking WE SELL j

Long enough time to investigate the best .. 50000000000000000000000000One her to criticise your pl ture." WE- BUY

summer day two maiden. (It ."Let's ,cat' this fet and .take tbe
Bargains. In'G Acre Tracts, Town Lots ruling train to Paris. HAY
and Country Property In the 'by peasant drwrcd classea la the coturoe walking! aloof "We'll take the train In the morn. GRAIN tilDE

: state, for ., road came upon two young' IDg"I. ? FURS .
a country; that a gor' FERTILIZERS t-
: art students sketching. On was'seat- i "Tes. Her*'. my hand on 1t" .

:, w. s. AL Y'EA ed1on a itool.beaUie'. ,bride crossing The** words wece spoken at they ., .SHINGLES WbOL "
a' brook at work before itls touring entered the dancing room There were. !

V 1 OFFICE: IN .PARK HOTEL, KISSIMMEE'FLOJDA;:: : MMd, whO. to* other was lylnf on ,I' the two'girls waiting for them ORANGE- BOXES AND
hU back on tb* grass lItar'by smoking "By JOT!" exclaimed Wallace ,
-. ........NNNNNNNNN a cigarette. .The two girls as tbry | "Your girl has 'a double yellow stripe ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL.

,, -four: hundred a year. That with'your
crossed the bridge gT a sidelonglance : CRATES COUNTRY.PRODUCE
thousand' would enable you to live in .. .
I at the canvas od the easel.
( this beautiful country and daub at CRATE NAILS
The artist was putting on the finishing I .

New Meat MarketNew teaches and bad succeeded In making ,, your IncllQatlou""Tours has, but mingle white strip. .

a very; pretty picture. One'of tile girls But vltls: ,just'as well since you have a I' We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds.

.... stopped. for a moment.and..exclaimed: eotl twenty thousand a year." v We five special attention to fiUineout hurting! and '
York Avenue, Opposite the Bank. under her'bl'Mtb. "Bow beautiful!rand j .Eacb man walked up to the girl be parties. camping.
her wben was entangled with and asked her to
was proceeding on way
!I Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. .
dance. As approached Jeanne
the artist stopped her. .
First-class Meat Cutter in Attendance. Beef, I We are county agents for good fertilizers.: Ask for circular
'"Will you not tell me," be called I she looked down to adjust th. fall of us" '

Fresh Pork and Mutton. Always Hand. "what It..Is In my plctur. that you br skirt and gazed proudly upon kerI and prices on fertilizers.:

M Uke"" I two yellow bands. Fancbette, bow'ever !,
"Certainly, monileur," she replied In , looked upon ber single whit. one '-
MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY-PART OF CITY. despondently. IML/.IV.IY.e. l Or.OtOt /V ear..V LL1 al ry.eY.e.//y.r ; A.
a very; sweet Tolce. "It is the sunlight, .
sifted through the leaves of the tree. The music was not b.d. the girl C. A. CARSON 1. A.CRANFORTX L Lo LUPrICL

ST. CLOUU dancing on the _tir." i hooked very pretty, and between the PrvMcnt v..r.-IcJe..t.. 'v :

PADGETTS TINDALL, 'FLORIDA These two. young men were George dances there was moonlight outside.. ,", .
Alllnson of Chicago and Gilbert Wallace Somehow it seemed to each of the**

----- --_._- -- --- .- of. San Francisco.. It was Allln- : two young men that it could not be KISSIMMEE
son who. addressed the girls. Wallace possible that tbe girl he. was wltk was LUMBER CO.
area and Joined the other three. a peasant There was Just enough .
ONE DOLLAR we will send you three handsomely lithographed, but "It seems to me,' the girl added, of his own. thinking self left to make .
worthless, stock certificates which you can fill out yourself for arty amount:, and still regarding the painting, "fbat there him understand that be was' looking
have lots. of fun showing to your friends as proof that you are wealthy. These colored .
Is something wanting under the cottage through rose glasses. Each
certificates appear to represent railway" gold mining and insurance enterprises, on the bank in the background." man danced Inside, then strolled with and Dressed: : ;
and look jtrstlvke the "real thing, but-must not be used toKrealite. money.on. Rough ;
ONE SAMPLE FOR FIFTY CENTS Allison looked up at her surprised his girl out into a flower garden. The
Send two cent tamp for illustrated circular. "You are right" be said. "I bare flowers, lighted by a full moon, did u
INDEPENDENT PRINTING COMPANIES WASHINGTON D. C. omitted to put In the reflection of the not appear more heavenly than the ,1

__ 0- 0 house in the water." girl who* warm hand rested on his Pine Lumber. 1

SEEDS POULTRY SUPPLIESThe This wa the beginning of an *cqnalnUnce arm. When the ball was over and Ute 1r
between the two. Americans two men friends went away. together' .. r.

Oldest Eetabli.hed Seed House in Florida and the two glrlt. Their conrer- neither spoke for corns time. ,Then ,,,,7\. \
actions were carried on In French, Alllnsou said: If
E.; A. MARTIN & COMPANY which. the young men spoke tolerablywell. "I're made an ass of myself." HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.: '

SueecMon to ..... buMDna o/ W. A. Boon A Cal Both tb. girl were comely, and "Same here." ooodoos .
Garden, Field and Flower Seed Poultry Supplielland.iRemedin, ned.Bird it seemed to the men that there was "I've offered myself." .!
something about them to render them "Same! here"
:Seed Incubators. Write for Catalogue. superior to their class. Baring beep 1 "I wish we" could meet tbe fool killer
.>b.B4277 20. B .a, 8t...... JACKHhVltLE. FLORIDA the bouie" .'
h asked their namos, they cave them AI on way
Jeanne and f'a DC bett 1.: Jeanne, Ole "It would l e the only way out of it" $11. 75' ..7
one who criticised Alllnson's painting, "What are we going to do?"

was. a brunette, Fancbette a blond. "What we agreed last nlgbb-tak
Nothing can be more delightful than tbe train thin uioruing to Paris. There

_a flirtation between two girl friends I away from there two girls, we may Mobile Ala. And Return
SIZE.S on the one side and tow men friends on find some solution of tbe problem."
4 the other especially wben there Is no The next morning they breakfasted ,

clashing in preferences. Allicson and.. In silence, went to tbe .train in silence VIA''
Jeanne paired Wallace and FunoLette and rode tq Purls in the tame BBBOciable I .
This ot Vfhich
is -exclusive feature Regal to
did the came The four met frequently condition. Each bad given his
we want to call the attention of everybody in this town. I and walked and chatted must of fiancee his address and begged her to Atlantic Coast Line

:([ In addition I to the u.ual'halE and full sizes. Regal" come in. their intercourse being in company of write him at once and two (lrtluw" three I I

the one-quarter and three-quart size in between.Thur the whole The girls, who were circumspect a day. On the arrival of Hw I

gives you just double the number offittings were not to be found by drat mall that could bring a letter from Tickets on sale April 232425. Limit May 2nd. {
whenall Brittany each feared be would
tbe young men separated, though get a
(found in other all the
J.(,r, tif thoes. means met they would at times troll in letter, and each> was disappointed because Extension of Limit to May 19th by deposit. .

:I reeGal, difference between a Dear-fit and an exact fit. fairs In different' directions : be did not get one. Proportionate low -rates from otb points. -)j
The time came when the two Americans No letter came the next day nor the I ; .

who bud- entered upon this association next nor the next -- STOP OVERS ALLOWED j
-I with two peasant girls /or a "What does it mean/" asked Walt '
,. \ .bit of pastlwe befrabr to find that there t i 1 lace. ( CAMPiLORING 'U.. cV/V.: has. selected the Atlantic "'J
yi0' .k. \ was' a' serious side to It. Their' com'::, "Don't know," replied AUinsc.m.I . ' ; -

t11D6 ; f taunicattons grew more-a'nd more--like '"I've II mind to go' and find out.",-., -- Const Line via. Montgomery as official route ,

:: I lovemaking, and the girls gave' a willing -I "Like the man who jumped Into the \ r' _. ____, i ...
? bush .J
OnijrReglaa "
ear. In time the ezpreaslou'of bramble a'second! time .scratch 1.
,4' pleasure. *nd nrnuwujent gnTe-way to his eyes In njrnin." Through .Cars will OperateiLfrom Tampa ,
Are Made In $350 $400 a thouphtful (tixt Were they falling] "You're right there. I wont ro." I :

In love Were tbe girls giving aw.iytliPlr : At tbe end of a week the two men I I. For reservations or information, call on Ticket Agent or

Qttarter-Slza $500 heorts'r Tbe men could not worry were In a fever Though they hadprobally Y. R BEAZLEY, T. P.. A., J.. 'G. KIRKLAND. D. P. A.
been let out of the:
Trench ptasaiit" Ilrllf. let would: It affair comfortably :310 Madison St. Phone 132.
. they would have preferred I
bt honorable. baling won their <<
other of being let
some way cut
desert them?
That the trouble in such matters-

Our Latest Models Inn each Allinson other and over Wuilace their consulted position, fully'\\II itn I each party prefers to do the breaking, THE GfwsTONE GfliGE m

realizing its BtrlousnesN, but making, off. They were thinking of going back JHOCJIQIE J $ SOOP&t
to Brittany to find out what was the
no effort to break wltb the girls before
-matter when they met with a.surprise
Ai SnOES. matters should be worse. Preparationswere I They received a card. It read thus: ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor. II4
made between them to fold their ?
Mies Grace Nettleton and Mini LcoU
easels and sketching chairs and go to ANENT FOAFarbauks.Morse I'
Thorn would b. pleased to sea Mr '
Paris from whence they came, and I George AlllMon and Mr. Gilbert Wallace M
ford you exclutioe custom style ai well air perfect custom fit,, thus cut tbe Gordian knot. But when I at a musicale to b* given at 12 Rue 6. 8on . Gas Engines
Our Regal Oxford built advance model I the evening of Oct. tat I m. '
new are bn designed: by one was ready to go the other backed p.
:).. celebrated New Yotk.. London and Paris bootmakers for this teoo' out. And so they drifted as 10 a boat I "Wbo In thunder are Grace Nettleton and Irrigating Outfits.:
wear. Cone in and try" them on. toward a cataract I and Leola Thome7" exclaimed Alllo- ; .

They have a curious custom in Brittany -, son.

C. W. D''ANN' On certain fete days the marriageable I- Wallace said nothing for awhile. AUTOMOBILES RENTED REPAIRED

girl appear la red petticoats His eyes were clued U the card. ,
with white or ;..ellowJorden round Presently he broke silence I .

them. The number of borders denote "George It seems to me there' p ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH ,

.__ ___. ___ _... ___ ___ _____ ____ __ __ _u_ ._ the portion tbe father' Is willing. to I clgger In the fence." '. -
give his daughter. Bach white band "What do you mean T'

TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST BY denotes $20 per annum; each yellow. I "I have a theory. It's this: Those -
band represents (20O a year two girls we have been courting are We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work,

One day when this double pair were, either American or English girls ,
Dixie Flyer and South Atlantic Limited together the girls Aid that o'he:: of I studying music In Paris. They went L 4OOoOooooooo.

___ these' fetes was to come off and it I to Brittany for a vacation and for '
- would be pleasant for them all to meet some reason best known to themselves . ,
Lv Tampa A. C. I. 1010' a. m.L. L;'. Tampa. A. C I. 10.:10: a. o.I.v ; probably to better mingle with the
...Lakeland. It.. C L 1I.4C'a. m.Loor. . I.-keland. A. C L .]1.46.. m. there. Neither of tbe young men realized 11'J
1.06 Lv. Ki.Mmmee.. A. C'; J. 1.(11'. P. m.Lr. people-assumed peasants' costumes.They'just !! .
Kt.aimmee A. C. L p. r4v.Orland4 how far be bad gone in his affair
1.\11 m. Orlando.A.C /. tae p. m. simply wiped the floor with :
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L.oIntoni.. A. C. L z.roli p m. Lv;$.nlord A C. L.. .VoII p. m. till tbe girl he was demoted to in a !I lEa L. LESLEY
L... J".Qvill. A. C. L.. 11.16 p. in.Lv. Lv. .lachonvllle. A, C. L Lab p m. rouudabout way hinted that be would' \1e.. -
Wacro e, A. C L 1".11> p m.AT. Lv Wayc 'a.'A. 11I.,8. G.S..& 1": fee a.m: : leaou6.G 8.: F : : : learn just what dowry be expect .
. Ar. C.of G. 621! I I "I do. Look at their names Nettleton
M. AWnta C.ot G. 1.6< a m.b. Atlanta m. her to bring him. The< and Thorne. I feel a prickly sensation 1"
.ChattaDootra. W. A A 11 (02 a. m': At. Knoxville L. & N 1.11 p. m. agreed'to meet the girls at the fete; I all over""Well J CLOUD.IFLORIDA
Ar. N..hYllle. N. C. A 8t. L saw p. m. Ar. Corbin. L & N ::1.10 p. m. I then when the former were alone together I I ,
Ar Loui.ville Lr" N ":q I p, w.Ar I' ," exclaimed AlUnson "my girl '
Ar. St. Louis I. l' 7 20. m .J ;;; they compared notes, each admitting has made a bargain, and I'm boundto r
Indwnitrolu_._"'.R R t LIt1 a m. i to the other Hie: hint he badreceived : THE NEW COLONY STORE :
bold ber it"
Ar ldn.vl1lp. L AN' 4 p m. to
Hoa> Ar Lexington. I. & N. 7.1" p m as to the Information be could I i
Ar. Nend.rrno. L. & N a lb p. m Ar Clnclnaatl L. N i 46 p. m. "Ko I will with mine If I can."
Ar. Evan.vale. L & N 815 p. m. BVtas to the dowry his girl would .
b. T...... lIaute. E. A T. H \2 '.. ..mAn Ar Richmond. P R R 11.42 p'-m Tbe two young men. immaculately I, ,
Chicega C. A E;I b..7 a. 81 Ar. '.hiea" P R. R. 710 a m I bring blm. dressed went to the musicale, where. Staple and Fancy Groceries Shoes, Gents'
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now they were received by the two girls Furnishings, Kitchenware, Glass and ChinaX -
deed.. Tbe tWQ men spent much time- wbo had snared them She who had '
Solid Jacksonville and Chicago Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars, I at Lowest
train ; indeed all their tlme-endeavoTibK to been "Jeanne" wore two yellow silk ware Prices. Confections, Cigars
Coaches and Baggage Care; Pullman Sleeping Cars Jackon\ille and St Louis; find a way out of the escapade 'neither! bandv around her skirt, while "Fan- .
and Toba !o. Oils and Gasoline. e
.Dining; care Atlanta and Evaneville ok them rlsblug li find such a wajThey '.
Solid train Jacksonville and Cincinnati; Pullman Sleeping Car Coaches and ; drifted' into the ball as they bad pintle white one Jeanne turned out O Saves you! money on everything you want.. See our

Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping Cars to Chicago and Indianapolis I/drifted Into tbe affair lBeltl though to hnve'E O.W In her own right Q goods before buying elsewhere. rt
they made a resolution to show the million. j 1
and Fancbette was heir to a
Money saved is made. Don't throw It awayfjt ;
girls that they did not consider the Tbf' were both A rncrk a Q 0
Foc-reservationa other information communicate with Ticket Agent ;: y DSS
01 Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. It is
or J. G. Kirkland,!Divi8iup Passenger; Agent A. C. L. R. R. Tampa Florida.r afl'air of arty serious consequence by '. The young men expected to see a i| jf proof, Special prices. strictly,
r doing considerable of their dancing pair of dancing eyes In each:; girl'shead ; ;t
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( such resolutions. ever since the affair cealed. Though two pairs of lorecs.j
Valley Gazette 'Ads. Do the W ork'' commenced made a long Booing with many setbacks I : ..SI4FRIC nru v A I tO -

"Dear little things!1" remarked AJlln the affair"terminated In a don- '

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: .1:1< :i ir For Sale. I Call for Democratic Primary j f t"HHT| 'u.I'liMlohol'hlrji) I"1...ill. IMMMI.nid to.KMititi.rtli-d, .. n.a. .It..t andldatf allilatlil !I I Notice of "Application for Tax ; Notice of Intention to Apply : Order To Do Business. ..f:

If I 'Deed Under Sections 574 and Treasury l Department. Stt.. of Florkia Office of ,:
Fine fruit. xtock unit vi.tublc'farm.. for Mich oft.(4*'. I I
< 'PI"II..r.; 1'allah.--So. I''VW
containing 754 acres. Tins fine farm [Elections KOKM' 011! 'u LI..T- j I 575. General Statutes of : for [Letters Patent : hfMVMa by aatiafactory idt-nce! prevented to -
1h.- ,..1.1 .Io.1t !I.e o
baa all of the elements. lo make it desirable loilnu in primar> :> bullot. ,I tho uoxtemiunod it haw been ntttd to appear that i
a ; .. .. the State of Florida I
t 1 1 ho l I.emrx ratir ( Ifltt.Itteq1 ii < oiinly. i iI in arfordaiirt with thc |.roMinn, ot the -Ute II
I..k.oi.llon under the CitiaenaBnk
flr t-clas" hioli-urad; propoHi- 'in HitHtnt<- ol Florida. h.-... .bv S nil l Aiid I pro- primary IHW AN etiarted in "... .->HH,,1 (Ballot I : Vi.ti.-i n liiT-b ifivon thai' I H. Rol.inaou. -I 5 '

( f tion. The location j A ideal being withIn I I Tide fur I he ti'ildttu.. "; ..r A iMmoiTaiir. i>nmarvelection rfliall I ,prTiiUtd[ and dUtr-Uinted. nudOV 'the di |tnr( lia....rol lax rcrtlliralc JI ". .7lt datiMlhe ...IIt.. IM hcn-hr ffivnu that thv util *rr>iKiim) oriraniaed of Kifwimmoe nder located the Florida.nest haa. ,-.

four miles of two good railway IOWIIH I to he held coiiinlmnrr" '" with .thin- r'.'<'lion of. HUH coinrniilet suit! on MA id 1",1i,1| ( ithrtai ii? JII'A' I li ,Ill, linn fUi-'l xal'ition will chIllY iw> the Ofj-rornot of the Hint of KJor- I becomplied

I lawn of I'ldridri, ..cul, |.rln>Hr\. (<. In.o heM. ) in hull )I..> printe'l' only th*> imitii"of, hud ruinlidttu '...i-I I iuu.umi-e, I III itO oaiui. .nit h.. "imufc "I tuiuta- lila at 1'...,.....-....'. Florl'U. mi th" .i>th uiny! of cumidlod tlu IM-OVIHNHIM requIred to i

,. half 'k mile from station on. hard road aaidin, "ty of I tinMan1, of KlorMn, ?th,- lai.1 I j I' .. for MaltHinl I I National I un" vta" ,nm> t t1'rriHMHl I..-j 1, for Tat !>...! I.) |j.-ouu,. I In aeeuurulauui-e ,, tlh MMT, l'Ui for IAIt.t'ntt.ii I u Iii orptrraitiiiR'. the '". with. t by the Hanking Lawrfof the Stateof , ,

.. with beautiful lake front .of one mile : uolljuif |Ijl!l"tL in euth. elm tioy tiihtrli'L. dur I ,,,a 1 h) llf> ,ha\frnriHll ttl I lie $1 alp I I" *,4H'iitivi .isa 1"u.iul, eprhllsu. Mlii emnhrau" u.. II ll.;! i.uIlueiitI' >;<." i l-llcn! P1stttliu.. ('mpiin. . a f<. 1' IH.foian stirWMiatHin shall IK authr- .

4fin.: beach with delightful building nit8. ; tbe hunt*. Itx'-'t ITln" tor th'- holdnu' "f <')1.,< t.lull'Ill,"U I ,'u. .jut. the < lii.I ruii ii n I of I tht'Htatr uti-.u-riieut pruuw.rt) tll",1, I" ,,I- ,uu.ui,lii ....".Iy. nti
about 240 fine I I tionm 'I I tKMdny. '"II t. 'Inc| ..r MI \ l I'. "I'1]" '' "onKniionnl < uiluiuuitte.. .. > of muck Mrrrtuijt
acres prairie I t ..
: . the StatMoC .nn".. by virtue of Authority veM dIn
', for the IIOIIIIIIHtlOII' ot Mil) lM-111'MTHlU i HII'lllal4 ordt-r nnd, tif\l' lit onlrr quail I Inpnirt' I tlw tow ii of Niin....... i-i -<.. tiouii., ? 1ovtn.Ut|> .SfiTotMrx of State o4. the <'iee of Florid ,
r r'h.
land. rich and fertile" roimideralilehigh mi by SietiueO2 <>f thr Gnor l-sLatutoa of
very ; < ,i. ,liirollli, f. htnl"- a nd ("..ii u t) I lo !iw \...I e.l <, *-d the lutuit'f. ol tinf oiiiil, > titididrtte. AnSI ill .''>, "Mith "."It.* .1..1a }t HM| \\ it nn Oil t IUIIHCX tKn _*i.'l its v of I murIl. \ ; .
/ 4 pine land with good commercial for IT* I tin. I lirmrM rail ii H'-rm" | nt II... .r.-i.ernl I ,. niifliinl4-r. .* tnnv .INI ,uru--'t-rulieIlus,; thi.rornIllltlff I hut ansi l>oiui{ .....-i-..-I i '"t the .I.p, of the I I I'. ,mihll I I Statr ( / KliVwlH... C4rtif I > that the CitiaentiHank
o' Ou.cooia.nd
f K.m. the hunt
i> ** in
aaw timbjtr; 40 acre of tine hammock eUftimi, U> lie held Novi-moer *>. t'Mo Mild! l-o ... ,, i 'tiiaii oJ H ifh t .*rlti| < sic, thr III name <'fl"nU -iittielS' wtr.r.f \\I IIIIM'' \ . I -
S 1 Ito<.at .1'1>011I1'''' h) th' ','",""relll I,," ".\i l..Ii..I lii.-. now n. lnlt' *"N MHU| rrrMNrMt'' Mhull I I he reIuent.uI ""llo\'n"1\ ) Wfll.lAMI' MYK.\ i
1 affording excellent orange grove land; I rttf'-Hld (IHIKUtllli- thrill. ,IMMMt, nil II.. Otll ( bu.h'.r. Uankmu undrr the name above
StatIir' the. ctlrtllltit I t s, .. inrhSM.OSI I ,. ai uiS.lunu' to Uw tax <|IMV! Hillisnit-, ISII'IO' SI I ""POMK\' Ml. J 't I 11 t 111 li I KIT.: |
: '6 acres ot well selected varieties of I danfT ,....10 |runnry nr "m-r It all\ I tinre thiTi-rwi, Ihf -h'U, of A .tell. A. I\J. IHin.trn I I Kiven with a < I.I'.I.t.) ..- % ol, Thittv' five (bout.-

") I'KIMAUY turns, are m. m.iuu.l nt th> ionnic", .urt' '. Hitnd dollar' ..
; bearing oranges, tangerines and grapefruit S \\ .iitt. m> bawl ftfll ottii-ial! .'>nl this, t I..* .
'",, i.I.uI. That M '1".1 I.rlrn':' Pier.' ,...." aid', |luillilk |h rinivi'S the ri-tnrnt and uluqi! Ian- .. .. \ Given undei my h.wnil ami twjtl of iitfiice tlUHIwnnl".itrhlh.
2I' I .fW..rh" Tt I'M".
one tangerine tree produced $25 ; c..r.1I1I,1"lhe. |lirili ,is,ton ot l 'M.I, l lt." 'h.'I' what ....(!<.HHt*". hn% uliei.O> inMiiiiiHtHt( li> H ,hiMjiprut ... ..1 r> \ AuTara rH-.runs. ,rii It.i' err RTF it tiiFt r I 1'K:'<' 11 AS- I .lcy. of Match. A I) One Tbouand ..

worth of fruit laxt year: about 40 baring ; b1 hold on TiicVdnv., th.. Tih' d.v olJuiif., .. "I'Mii. () \ 4e l br ea.-h <-uiity oilir... ntnl in vvliHt ,.. 'l 1 A f1n (101 irY'inc Nine Himdroitaiid Trn.
( I.t 1- '
Pecan trees besidea a large patchof to fihoiMt. lif>twei>ii the hltfhcft, audldAteh., j jwtiem i'c H .*..*.fiit. i'riii, >Arwill I |IH\C' in l Iou hi-ld -I. h. 1I"tr".t,!: ''DO urtu.r.or'.') emnun -5. A. **. <- ROOaf

.\ blackberries, dewberries. etc. ; land uoitiliiatuinn nlinll n"i' h..... I....... limit. .11.1 I Ii.. -hairiiuauu a..I', 'rN..ry..1 I"Ii I., eifli thu It !Notice of Application for Tax Deed , tliuuuuia,'l..e' toirvthi-i. for llto |>iirjM1liiiMHiiiiitf *'' 14_ 'omi-trollrr Male, Florida

by inajoritr) vote I.n the tir<>i i>nm.ri rl" *ft.ioti, tec, 5. it hi it 1iui.ila... thrn-HfU-r. H"St; ' to I lu..o."r".1. aid forvitttift' forjMirnin 'I .- --

fenced and croHH-fenced. This in one and at nut'lt .fMMitiid |un moore ehMtloii. oiilj I -mhehwtofs OMK hHirniarr4if UM MttKxetMiti.. e <;uuuhmiuhtuc' '< UnderScUnsST4:; and 575 ni u".I..r amid by virtue of iKe lawn of, theM I I''

-of.the kind of propositiona thut. will develop ak "t cr1- 'lw.III1..1 Ui I 'I"- Mt tho nr.t-| th* ri-Kiilt I of nail |'i I chary Alertion I lii said General Statutes of the (..I tro1 Florida with, and .under. the follow hitf 1 Notice

f: into great fortun. Price only prtiiinry nlftioii ,h..III.- |Mrinitteil tont..-, I countv. ,.hoHliiK I i tile rr-ult .>f 4-at h |>rt.M'lwt I "r.1, I I"IIAltTI'1t K".I I. I "la.11"101 01'.1-

'$32 half if The I)ein Tlw utmtuieratuai.ui "
per acre; time on or mote kavlnit In'fu granAcut Ieb.tiia
S mar) 1'1.l >clioii' III t ontpliHiK, e v\ it It |I." *> h.'rfl...\ 4 onu'rc. ....HHiMl, i oiuiiitll .....h remilt nto the r4"tM IM tircfhv ten -n that J. R. iJoni'Kall l..ureh. A ant i K: I Tht* musunini th- .Fri' orHtioi. 'I.1t.1I1" ..

desired. Thia proposition will bear diH.'lant' ,> the lerni* and .."... ionn. on \\ hl">h '.....h.I..Le. tot ;.1elul to-ra of Cong... ......, of Pan t tifiiitte No. JM.: dated the 3rd \4'w Kdnii I'latilMtlon. Company and 1.1 IoniautuD15r! IIMMI the., lMte.. of AM C. Ma.r-
.ir'eetsd. h-ri'l.y 4iiIflall rretlrtid
closest investigation and we are ready legal electors f>tll "JUG. h.... Mbii. said -rlihcate in It* .principal. I lilftn* rtf .IHISIII... HllAll IM> in Ih,. le R".r iliHtnliilthfivmx KIilora. ....,. n t4> al) i...rxonafli'l -

S : :i to show you. NeUon Realty Co.: office' and ban mii
and I Ukrn its iro.rL't nirintirrHOf the I twmMTJHir | I .huultuIuilu.. IlIhulllllr m.h. uuI Ih/l' Isugp.IN-: I iTHu in aceoixlnrve with law it may 4'Htnl'liAh. hrHnfh iiltlii' AH ii m.)' de .ni ...., .
'tutu .pr tticin iluly niilhviiti' aleut l within the
i Old i, papers for sale at thin nffice party, and I ii-r,-firi. t'titith*.1 t4. i'nitirliHt4*, | ...iiI I uctuir.uts h pplmiiryTinfollr S Said cfrtiAcateemlnacej the following' , .....'*...ry Anywhere III th. tuuut'ntIetca, or In time .pr,>*< rllM. h)- Iat.y..r |lie lun'/'r t.*rrfMl.IS .

20 cents a hundred. i.(. esmeltilat... ,.efiir... ii I 01 ",'.h..t '",:h ..1..11.,... %\ inx; H.KChsi''eiitrt u>i i .atididHl, nr- ..rni...rty itimled. in Owenlii ( 'nuonty. Kloiula tuWlt. the. Nland of Citlut.AiiTtri.K I HI 1':11.\: I. MVVKIKI D Kxoolitrll. ,t

4 t .. roll.." .. I lnTfl't ) |Ie\'II"I| for th4* cartons .>MifOHPiiMinerHt'dMriulHT I _'-The gfii.Tal nature of tin- IHINI ,
Large deak blotters at thig office Nort ........ of Northcatt "r'lIU"
: \0c "* iM-a t tei Quarter
'lU.''I.TIIJ'K OK rANlHUATl--:; ttt, llotine lit ie|.reNeiita4t\6K I I 1'0'' iie r> ti>* he lrHii Act d l"r the saul Ooinpaiiy I I.h..lilft'

: .' tt I, Tho.... mill only thrkhe. piCH4tiK. nhiill lie j>ormltted """L.', .Iu'IIf.% . I\0' "-." I'>. M TOM acren.nMl ip 27. outh Range 32 Eaut.conUiinuiic . the opLTatliiK of a |.l..r.I.t..lI. hnyinuhcllitiu Notice of Boqd' Sale

bM'fnuc nunliflattron to 1'"lIlY .\_.....'"' muf' Taxce :..0.111'a".II..I mid trHdiitg in'real and rmrwotiAitr >-
I to Itffore- or yule j The Maid land taint aawtHMit the date of the \ I The Council of KiH""in mee City. .Flori-U.. will receive

Notice Dissolution atm nanli-lpHUi, In the niNUfiKoniBUt of anjr prl. | <".. 4' . . ., . .... .: I.'' ,I ""Issuance .lIc'h ceriUTcatie' in the name of F Q S election h. DmtioiTiilUt j S Touu.tirpr .. . '; ." 'rmO.tU) and tlione of other tJo"l"roUollOOnnr."I"ran/(
". ,> ' mary Ul by the |mryjn( jMkid '-.'I S' <' I B..wn. Truktceu ) Forty-Thraa TrHHinaml. Dollar| Bond. 4
Tba partn.mhlpheu'atotot'e exiHtlntf under the vouutt who aro t\ iH'inJMTHtiu; I / .. .Me'l., | 11"1'1'1''uI 1 lI.lrtlWm \,' .\ -A5--:, ..J'' A.."' *. I Unl.eHV aairl (!orti
,- name of Big-ham Farmer. wherein! W. U. Hi fhaon ,Who"diCi irb n.lf ftruo"" ',wi .-p:':MMift" .t tif law tax deed will .ItMue thereon on' 1har 'I.oratitotr> <'rt..inefi...ti( oaonerlt lr,,' plant*, termt l>ayalil Minl- uinually. .. .S

of Tampa Fla.. and.L. il. farmer; of Ncroooa.e. and ortiAniatHlloth of .the Potnociatio;! narty-N'A* < $'eh..1. ('0 ;"'....toner'' ,'(;:"...,,:,M'l't",:\1.\iI..1II' \ ,\ |. th day of April. /.. P 1310. ". water w.prltH.1\ electric and (ra.. plaiitM. troutruadsi (Both Intercut and principal .pal hlo at the o'-, ',,I

Fla.. war* general partaerm 'U thin ninth tlonal, \.ale not <'ouiitv'-who are by Ih"II\\\1' | (', uutity.ttuiuuutss.Iuhter, -.. .- . :1.011 1 Witnew my hand and offirial seal I thin.. the 24th .jid other, fornm ;of traiiHportatlon facili-\ /Ace of the City.! T..r.'at KUaatunea. City,. ?

I dar 0* April. A. I>. 191". di.e.Iv.l of UioMtatelAW-ful. ..rn iii! tlic liM.rift Inu _t mi-.ty-of the I' '.;'" j.oti (lay of ;March. A U l''l". tUl .and any and all plant* neee.*MM.ry for tho Florida Hnrulii to mat lire an follow.: Five Bondain

S X-4t <(<"iirmJI) W. K HICHAM. I .Ulrh'llHy" otlfi. lo vnl"< ,,10.> lit- pnlil I 1lnirpoll . ,...liii- 1 Illn I -enll] ARTKt.'K. E. IKJNKt AN.C'leik ,'on.III1 01 H. hUK./I.: hllllclillo ...,1 emilillilihuultiuutli.ti.i live >e. rH. Five |MIIUJI in Un y....... Five hoods

ilnv tti.- -n-oiHui. Sitintvluv III . .. .. 't...*...,. Imrtis w "lmrv.'.. h wiU and. other .. .
: tut CM Nattily l Ili" fuu u.s lug: )Hit h"'b> HI'I".ln"1 .nc'' .. 'irtMitt jonrt. O fOfila C-omity. Fliiriilu. in fifteen\ ye. I

v Notice of Application to Sell Real\ tlm iiHMil,Ih ,imfinliu' I niich, |riiuary, cn'Cl I ion" mnttlcil MS lil-ifi|. huur.i. ansI u5uL.. 551.) Mii.I.It.l I :l.tNoticf Hlriif-tnrct, .. nnd, tftmi'rtillf to cx.......... i 4l i" h ( in Iwentv-fivi1' V. tin. nrul I Ten botiriH in ( .

_ and. ho linll. u Iu.'ui <.h.II..IIII..I'] 'lj\ Ru n\ <>'U>ctcirlodrif lii..a I II pnuor- HI. "nmy he viwted I in or incident, l to I jhe l I vrurH. <
Estate. Jas. H. Hakes. Dec'd.Taall id f for TaxI
i Application
: (\, In n I ittiiiK 1I1..II..R.h| 'ticfor*' aim; UIHJM'Ctor. I'rt-t invt N"; I KI..IIIIIIIVG II \l IM.miti. Ira".1 Hi'1' t orjrorittion under (liii- 1 In u of i I A ecu, titled itHM.k. (1. tth .n.."" aecomtuatt-Y -

S whom It may concern: IIM! htiiiiir to Hl.hl.t.\ )t.\ nut, support, t h,. rcHtijls 0 .. l.u.riui.-. 1 h \t\--lnlUiT.I I uu.t.c 1-t.ur. W I lint.rtl. I I )fc-il C"l1\ll"r SfCtions. 5 7 } and Kloridn." I i-uch bid to ituuuc il, xinulomtion. All' blilH must

Notice U hereby thai on the ll.>th clay of M.,. I I; nf 4iirh prim ni v ..11.1.10 'lor UK. nomliuM. ** .. < )I. rk. I A HTM i B :- '1'hn' VHpitrtl4Uxt. *>f NAid 4orpomtinn I... in l.y th. -ii 1 duv
A D. 1910. 1 will make application to the County I I j the root. J'rc'IIU'I.I'0'I.; ; |.> 'rc'pk-W.II. Mc>vIt'y. .. 575 General; Statutes I shut I I he the ...In..1 One I liundrd nnd ."II I ftyI j I.m.

Judas of Oacaola County. Florida. for an order to ,' 1.1"1'0.'
Mil at print or public ale.. for the payment of I I 1 I.hM' 'KMIATIC ""KIMAIltl.t'lloS: : l I l. <>\er.lrt>el. Clnrk.I'riflni KifUMJiiof . Hundred tt.r I "I."re.) of (lit. par \,11..1| | all bid..

5, debt*. the following described' real eetat theropartr tC-cli Kim'tor in th. until fount. )
S .' of the saW I.", .. H. llakea. deceaaed.attuate I I l \'oeln ",..eI> Cle..t Iii mu slm I LVv.1 (th<. 'I loliiiKutt 7. 1 RlnlH. I liiHK'florH| Kityiiiond' V of tax mrLiHcate s... 8--<1..e<1 the be paki. In c..Hh at the time ofcoiiLHU'iiremeiit I''in. -

S In Oaoaola& County. Florida to-wit: of July, A. D. r to7, baa lileil .tlil rcrtlflatf feh. rMivinemi and the
_ _ I rt htUotfi.' iii'MHid' .' iuitarle.f.ur / littler. Clerk l lit day of remainder I I. R. GILBERT. S
;. Lota numbered 10 and 11 of Block 1'l'!: and lotS I' () iidi(1nte (or iilud Htntt's ssi .tor.OutomulK.Ate I I'rofllli-l N... I i. r..ulmtii-T N Fat F. ;\ul arluinSaurrn. <* ill ray nfHce. awl halt ma,ltt applitMitloll for may bo paid by liiHtallinentM .. mavbe < lerk. pJ

.1IIIIbend 9 ot block l'.9 of the "t<.wn of St. Cloud. UeprertntiimlvH. ii ut, l'oiiruHi| \ 1Io! 1'nrthr. I ...I.J| ; B Willinmn, tax ilood to iMfttic, ID accordance with law ; aaMfortiftrattt called upon by the Board of l Itrectors.AceI.E .'

aocordln- tat).. plat of aald town filed In the ,' Twot'iidflalrH. for J mINI(jmt. of th* 8nprtinoCourt. '' l IcrkPretliict S embrace* the loll..lntr property *-Ttiia corporation nhall ...I.llor. __ ____ ___ r -

_T__ .Ao. of the Clark of the Circuit Court In aaid$ No." :.. \':r.lhIt Settl,-.. N -+I I IBlonnt. sItuated Om-eola fonn'.y. Florida, t...-wllKBCioiniiiir period nii-.*tr-iiliie (\lHi'> y_raru't.N .. '

_.o. .. auaty; Two candidate- Kailroad Omm.HHloner.Oaecan.lidatw I>n111 ICHllltTHoti. I lllhicftort| *";
r5 |Aaw Iota numbered :.'6. r., and //I.. I In _lion 12.townahlp . for HUtu Auditor. clork. i-ornerot lot .'. runs Meat; 6.a)'-' flialua, thouosaotlth | J
be conducted by a Board of sIx DlrflptomcontpoHMl 5 for
tT. 8. rat... n. aooordlnv to'jU>. plat One 'andll..te, for me'tnber of the HOUHO of Precinct No.\Hiltclor-John II BitUilcli O by toni on cant bouudary:! .. of Morgan Vlce-PreHldeiit cash ',..
of Prenklemt ,
of the SemInole* Land and Inveatment Company" Repr H..nt tlvON R B..... F J <:.MWI.| ImtpwlorN. ; Ran<1olph ; avenue 9.iK. bain'. east ti.3clialnit. north 0.48 a a a VALUABLE PROPERTYIN
,I and Dlroo- r
MtMtg. TrcaMurei' a Kuertiary on"
I , CuwarparatedUubdirialonof' ) aald aaetion IX. YOIIIIK. Clerk nltalua tobcKinnltiff, all In Station I I. TownnhlpVft.
On.e.udlda"lor fountJtidijij; '
.n.Judl/" tar and intth <.kth* All paraons .bavins'. objection fo the irranUnc .f of County Court ':i Prnltift No, ,1. H..".lnger-NV W (;hkudler j Hotiih Range Kaxt.1he .
S li lime be deemed 1 the B.mrd '
S ..... order' will Ale the ...... with the County One fandtdato for Comity Pronerulin Attorney. Ji>.. A Clenicnln. Cli.". ( 'mplK-ll.. ln.peelornW ; I aald land beintf aamMMed at thn dule 01thelM..ant'tOol..h IM............. The Diractora neefWHary ahall>v be elided ql tonenre will do well to nee or write to :

f Judge vforaaald. on or before aaid date. p IJuderlilll." Clerk.- j, ccrtiftc-alc in the .tueof
U for tbe term of one 1"'r. by the .toe k- R. L. RO RTS .
p'aloVWas.. Conn. WALTER I. KKLLOG. One candidate, for County A..oaT1'xe.. friMlui't No. H. N>rfou.."ee-John W Tlnon I Unkuowu.UnlcHnnalii. '
S holdcm at thelrannnal election lobe held oittbi
5, April 9. 1"0. Eiecutorof aald EaVataUtt One candidate for Tax f.oll..tor. K Lemons It I, Itv..... liit.ptxil.or: K W Hill, ,rcrtini-at. Hhall l>e redvamed ..e't..lnlr Ix>tk: Box 336 16-3tpd
third "Friday of May of each war, anil the
candidate Clerk.K I to law, tax <1ee On for Treaimrvr.Oneraadtdate
___. County OaUcerh shall be elected for a term of 41110 year \ -
S orviHor of W HIM.. T M MtJHPHY, the ',!,'otbd..1 April. A. D Into.Viln \ .
fnr8ui> Rcgiutratlou. I by tbe Director immediately' after the electIon
Guardian's Notice Htcretary <(<'hntrmau.h' 1 i \ "HH my hand and official; .a eal I thin the "
'I Every: elector in each m-bool board dtitrict i t of the Director by the Htockholdem. Thenamei

Notice U hereby 8'1.... that I. William R. MeQoaid. I' ball hare the right to rot for OIIA candidate I' (18th Iseal d..r) Munh!ARTHUR A D.. 1010.E. DON K';iAN. \i ili I of the oftleer H ho are to conduct lhbiwirMMt ..

'4 .. iiiardiaa of the paraon and .....te of for ip inber of the Board of Pitliilf Iiittruitloufrom J Notice of Application. I : At tiorkClreuItroturt.Oaceoia, Co.: Fla. I of the cud oorporatlou until a full

Caodla D. McQuaid. a minor. Intand. on the 1 Uh ouch c11.lrlctK"r I Board nhall lx. elentefl at the first annual m.>etio -
-I- )' .I.tor In avh County, CoiniitiMMioni'X Notice U hereby given to all whom It may cunc (
& day. of May, A. O. \twi. at 10 o'clock a. m. to apply < are. aa follows. : .
_ _ S < District shall have the right to vote for on. candidate 'I rn. th.tOTjtho'iHh day of April 1910. I will Notice Cafe LaRue
to the Countr.Jndre of Oaoaola 'o unty.
William Hahmail I'reHldent aunt Treasurer.
for County (Oommln1on from such make application to the County Judgti of O.CK>I> Nottuo in hereby (ivim that the Keciittratloa,
Flor4d..cthi. office In tha City of KUaimmea. William H. AI,... VIce-PreKldeut and ;Mana- I
4. r. Dlntrict.Krery. County for an order to Mill at private _!I. for the Book of Otcflola Couaty will be open In mr offlc -
:, ., tOTa.tMFftyt.SelIatPIlVCt.I .. all the rIght.S I
payment of dcbta. the following described real at Kittalmmee, Florida from March 29th
title and Intereat of acid minor in and to tha for.krwtnc elector lu !" .IiiHllcn IXfttrlrt. to-wit: gfcr.Htonowatf J. TrlplcjHt, I
.. .. nf Walter Ba. Sr. deeeawid. I lylna and be- 'iMh. \1010. both laya Inclusive, ox. M-rutary
19111. to April
deacribed land aituate. l"I ln. and being In Noa '.', ::1. 4 ancj :S shall have the right to vote for '
... .! In the County otOMtvIa; and Stat. f-S S the county of Oaoaola and StaW'of Florida to. o"e candidate for the .ome,, of /nntlfe of JLhoPeace -
Iin... aa follows: .... or liability to which the amid corporationcan ;
wit: The south half of lot on. (I) In block "p"e' In their ifwp0ctive dlotrl..I.Eaah I, @
that part of Section "I. Twp 26. S range :<0 E And the bolkt" fur the varioua dintricu will at any titnt* aubjaot itnelf shall be the.mnuntof
Patrick'a Addition to Klaalmmee. .1.0'10 each JiiHtiee I"f trlft, to-wli:
_ _ S 5- '' .lying north-etut of the' county public road run- be open ID each precinct at leant 2 d.,. during Uw entire capital ntock
A shall the for
; WILLIAM R McQUAID. No. 4. 4 and have right to vole
nine alone the right. of way of the St. VI..udwuer.r each week of this penod Tlm..nd place will AaT'CLIITb. n.m.; and fftitdennea of the.ubaeriblolllnc'orpor.tortt
f aor 14. 1910.' Guardian Cecelia D. McQuaid one candidate for Countable In thetr reaperliveJiiHtire .
_ k-_ of (lie Pence Dlntrtot.OONVKNIION. Belt Railr<.ad. described aa follow.: be posted by each Deputy Revlntrallon Officer.C. . and the amount of

'I. Notice S Allot the nwi!4 of said _lion excepting Fish GRIFFIN. | Capital nlwk nuhnorlbAd for br each are an for
; :; '
Lake Canal and all the land lying aouthemnttherefrom March 17. I'HO. HupcrrUor Relitratloa.I lowi Agencyfor -
A. ... deceased.NoUoa Each elector wball have the right to vote for -
Batata c. Cum. and between said County roati and FleiLake. ;-
_ _ or a'nut' a Htate Convention and there Khali I William HnhmAD Altoona, Pcnn, IIA.UOO.itO
fa .hereby iven to creditor and ili.lrib- I of Final 1 Settlement and
_ _ - S \" S nVeaaof the ..tate of C. A. Cummlnio. deceased. appear upon the ballot after thn 'iiasmei of the' All the weat 't ofth. n..'. of said section elceptiaK -' William S. "I yea. Kturtimm.-e, Flu. 4. Oo.CU. Young & GaithersIce

that aa aneriff. of Oeoeola county. I have been ape eandldstes. I ha words, For a Convention.*' I, that part lying between the! County Application '. and "Agafnal a Convention" ao that the ..... -orBcio admialatrator of the above I road and Fish Lake.AlloXiheM AM. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
,s ? havinc elalma I lion M to whether or not the convention shall of the _'. of said aecllon eicepttnB hare hereunto vet their hand and annie at the '
and that all .
.......I eatate, paraona Notice .in hereby iven that the underliened Cream
be called the State Democratic Executive ( meeting. held on the -lnd day of April. A. 1). mio
..... by
; '. betwe.ll said County road
S galas$ eaId -,- preeent them duly auIlianlfcratall I t that part lying guardian of Ira M. l_, minor. wtll on Monday .
Committee" shall be dttUrmlnMlatBtirh primary, CndFUh'Uk a Signed) WlLXlAH HARMON <(<.aal 1))
within the time prescribed by law for the imh day of June. A. D. 1010. at 10 t
S election by the of thIn 8late. All of the tw' of aeU of said sectIon ezceotlnc <( ...lament. 4 o'clock a. m.. pranced my final report, for confirmation
<1.nedTC1'I"W" J. TAirLKTT
t' BVATT. Sberiir. TIME FOR lying between saId County road and (1 ) "' (aeal)
C. "& QUAMKYlNCi that part in the County Jndffe'a ofltae In Owce-

lbJt Ez-officlo Admlnlatrator.ol I I v...." pf r.on de,iring to have hia name printed Flab Lake. ... ola County Florida and will apply to sold ] County eoFlorida oM>acoola II f( se. '
- ; on the Primary Election ballot aa a candidate I. Also. the undivided one-half of the nw>4 01 the said*I '
Court for dlacharce aa guardian of
rS my Before me pernoaatlT appeared! William Hah-
.: otice Final Settlement and for any county office shall Ale with the .&!" of the.." of aaid section :SI. Twp 25. ran.. minor. JOHN M. LEI ;
mao William I;. Alyw* and Stonewall J Trip, of tbia commIttee. on or before tbe J:tOe lying north-ea of the aaid County road exeaptiiul I M
-S Kl-et mothly Guardian.Estate let" to m. known an the ubaorlberi described
Application for Discharge. llth day of April. A D IfilO.iiU notice of candidacy the _t-haIr of the eaat-half thereof. ..
In and who executed! the foregoing-Instrument.
that he under lcnad and application to have bU name Thia application ia made correct the miade
Iran | HO
to hereby (
rS of C. H. Fountain Dec'd.'Netlcel. and aerrfrally acknowledg the execution there* Delivered In
; hatialor of the Batata of Jerry M. printed upon a bUak to be fumUhed by the erlption In a former petition presented to said QuantityOld
S 5* hereby. given that the u ndemlfnedadmiolntrator of to be their free. act and deed for tho pnrpoft-,
dioCs.1. will OD sat'ur.iay.\ July and.aWI said chairman and accompanied by the amountof Caurt to soil theae aamtl land. and to refornV all
roa of the estate of C H Fountain.deoeai.4. therein e1preued
S iaaks aattl.meot with the County all abse....n:. aa Bpecifled below and no the aubaetm.nt. proneedinara thereon. I

S r1 01 Ost.Qotat1. State of Florida aad name of any Much candidate hall be printed All ........aa having objection to the rantint of willon Mouday, th. kith dar of- September I Witness my hand and official seal' on thin 2nd

S lot an*' aitchargaaaaald upon or counted or returned\ printed upon aaU order will flU the aame with the County next maY final settlement of nil admiBiatration day of ApHf.-A. D, 1910.. papers can be bought at this office

_ : IM*. E. L. D. OT a T.a--r--v aay such balloC unlea. *. thin provision shall Judce aforesaId' o> or before saId data. discharge U Much of said administrator estate and, apply toe his (Signed) JA8. W. LILLY. at 20 cants per hundr d. Just what you

S ti, Adamlalatrator Kitatc of 1a-.we..D compiled with said chairman ahall March Wrd. 1 10. HENRY T. BASS. N. U. HnrN. AdmUlitntorklaxch I (seal) Notary Public need, to put under your carpets: mat

::- - : 3.S- Jerrj M. Potter. Immediately thereafter fnrvtali to _II' oew.- 1 -M" ; A.mlalrtfatoT .( aaid MUte Kb 1910. .ll-Omo I Iff commlaiion expire December. 'J 4. 1913.! ting, etc. 4 4I

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