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 22, 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: VID00434
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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the soil, and thousands of energetic process building, Kissimmee Is

J SUNNY SOUTUL\NO tillers of those acres l ot sunshine have proud to have the" first' one" in -the state THE[ VALLEY(! GAME :' : ;

of Florida
for y! T8 quietly .be sn /getting their A.I I Important Meeting. .

share oflhls wealth. '. t At"the convention of Class A Publishers ** 1 '
Former Official l of the Bottle Now the entire countCM is awakeningtotheposaihilitiea held April 2nd, at University City The Cause of Messrs. W. H. farmer :1' ,

Blowers Suggests of Florida soil and; l . The" meeting of1 the Board of Trade on Monday Mo., in' th.. League's 'grand new art :

Organization building, large .of the ahd'C. Killfoil com to Kis
I the state is the Mecca of' thousands of a representation ? ;"
night will be one rf {the most important held since its
Founding a tolony homeseek, all anxious to settle in .. lox ,IlIIb1i..llPrMa.$ present. Amongthe simmee. to LVe.Tliero | .,' .1

t this. land of health, wealth and happiness ..organization.. and it is hoped every member can se'e well known men who addr<*xHed the . .

convention was ex-.vttrnnr of Missouri ; \
'Mr. Thomas McDowell the writer of his way clear to 'be present. Kissimmee and Osceola: "
Many claims are made for Florida. David R. Francis., who was also. is hardly a week that passe
article which
the the official below organ and of the Uottle appearedm Blower soil by land companies that havt never County" are now moving so swiftly in the van o/'pro-, president<< of the great Louisiana Purchase -| without, : one or more persons coming: to

Organization, came to Kfsi.immeeatiout !been heard of in Florida, Before buy gress that nothing should' be i left undone that adds to Kxx| >nition. lie was unqualified i' Kissimmee to reside permanently a* a J\

ing land offered by .,companies. that hive in his expressions of admiration for the.. result of reading the Valley Gazette .

seven or tkhtmonthB 11-1-0. "om' headquarters ouUiide of Florida a thorough their advancement. We live in the most favored sec- ." founder and! .nclief in the. unx.'lflshness. whwli\ is mafled-to them complimenttythrough .
what impairs! in health and "lias in
time-huen investigation should be made by lion of all Arherrca. and it is our duty to acquaint the of his motives. In referring to those. the courtesy of our Board W
that short completely r.-
homeseeker and investors' If theprospective who have sought to impugn Jiia motives I County Commissioners. and they invariably -
stored. Ills\ recommendation, that hiM whole world with that fact. .
.. organization purchase land in this section purchaser cannot personally in founding this line and uplifting or- J JI state that there, are a'num*> r <)fl 1.

and form. colony "hf its disabled visit Florida and inspect. the lands, he ,._ The meeting will be held in the Council Chambetat i ganization for the benefit: of women,: I It1r. l>er ons in the community from which .

should write to of the.County olli-J Francis said: "I have no patience that
and superannuated\ member ,instead of aome 7ZO: o'clock.p. m. i they came are only awaiting confirmation 1
cials or to one of the newspapers published with- .a disposition which djscourages! of the Gazet '* stories re.. '
building a home wherein- they may pas in the t"ftttntywh..r'L land*- _are_ - E.L. LESLEY_ 'PResIDENT... --_ theefforts: of ,a jnan wjio ill. working gardipgth.thanyadvantage.thl.townand l ,
their decliningyearn, i in Ii most slensibjeaugirestion ,
the located and inquire as to the truthfulness R. O. MEEK. SECRETARY. honestly and sincerely for the benefit county offer the homeseekur to
and we hope to nee day
of the claims made"regarding the of his fellows and that i is what I think closf.,out their buainess and come. "J
when it in adopted. Men aM a .rule, do
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institution crops that will grow on these land . | he has been doing One of the latest of these arrivals in ..'
not desire to enter a charitable, '
lie Florida is a state of magnificent distances When the Publishers convention waa Mr. W. H. Farmer from a'.ay off Jet-
welcome Ihey
however ,
may it .several degree almost snowed under with hundreds of I Kan. Some i'
: and covers more one of our citizen!
of liveli-
and onjy du no when all. means '
hood are shut off by reason of old.age of latitude. Fruits that grow in paying Wooden Buildings Burn telegrams from chapters all over the placed Mrt Farmer'. name on the'Ii.t.

.quantities in the southern part of Florida land tending greetings and promising and he wassent this paper regularlyfor
or disability; but I i' tlie bottle blowers .
are seldom cultivated in the northern thousands of dollars worth of subscriptions several week.. So marvelous did
other trade organization were
or any below it and w..tern sections of the state. to their magazines we think those! the atones of what this country pro- .
to adopt the plan mjggested ,
would nut only I auccessful! from it.beginning. There is plenty of good that can be said The West Side of Broadway the Scene of a Disastrous publishers, already amazed at what duced appear to him that he decided to . __ ..... ,-

about Florida without resorting to they were seeing and hearing, must come here and make an investigation I
but it would be the mean. Fire 0" Yesterday Morning.: Loss Will
have been forcibly impressed with the and
health who now' false. and misleading statements.I induced Messrs. C. Killfoil and It

of restoring to many I would like to hear from some of Run Into the Thousands. fact that they had joined. forces with B. Hudson to accompany him. -
are forced to enterhoapitaln or retreats,
the thinkers III the glass trade as to .- an enthusiastic. und powerful set of'' These gentlemen reached Kiimme .:
and at the same time- furnish them occupation

at which they would" he self the advisability. of the Class Bottle Yesterday 4- morning at about 530.tire ; I). Rotundo loss on building '$1,2(10( ; subscription agent : two 'weeks ago,and immediately.oegan \
Blowers Association. locating a colony Now thin 1 Kinsimmee chapter house is a thorough investigation of '.
our climate
and consid of insurance $70(1.Neimeyer .
supporting, probably Nave i was discovered in the rear part .
have been thrown out to be the permanent local headquarters! .
where those who .stock our soil our healthful condition, our the wooden buildings on Broadway oc- & Wiley loss on $120OiriBuraneo ,-
of employment can .locate themselves or" subscription agency'for those 108publiHh..r school system and the character of and --
The article follow( : : <'II riM; a" a grocery, store by Neimeyer ; MO. .
and! families. and make a living there I It I shall be the expressbusiness general make.up of our citizens, and in
loss. building, fcWKl;
& Wiley and the tailor shop, by Mr. John Beaman, nn ;
..t sf their days Open door exercise of this.. chapter to get subscriptions ''every' detail they than ,
Kiiximmee. Fla. March) 23:) Afterhaving | .J. G. Kimbrough and before the flames | insurance 250. yere more agree-
brings life into old bones. Let the and renewals for their magazines ably surprised, for not an article had
hud s e\en months. practical exrience could be checked the entire block! J. G. KimbrouKb\ : loss. on stock 11.-
Commoner and Glassworker be thechannel 50 per cent of all such HuJHcriptlon.mon..y \ they read pertaining to thin section '
.. in the Sunny !South I am still fronting on Broadway. wilh the exception : HIO; insurance 97511.
for t his discussion. I will be goes to the publishers. and ,r>0per they..t.Led. required the least criticism .
of t},.. same opinion, ;;; that Florida is theparadise of the Thurman building were R. L. Starling loss on plumbing and .
,, in cent is the League's commission.Aportion .
glad 1 to answer' any questions mypower. on their part.
of the United States. tor all I burned to the ground. tinning supplies $450; no inauranC'e.J. .
cattle. and of that 50 per cent is retained Both Messrs. Farmer and Killfoil .
kinds of agricultural work. .. ThiA. of wooden buildings' have ;: W. loss building $2.000
Thin the* statefor ... row Miller on ; by this chapter for running expensesof purchased a five-acre tract of trucking;
poultry'aiKinK. m coming always been a menace to the entire insurance 800. C. W. Overstreet, .who the house. The rest of it beirmgused land in West
who ECZEMA CURED I k Kissimmee while Mr.
the of little finance, wants '
man town for yearn for everyone felt that ,i I conducted a livery .stable in this build- as it comes in from all over the land, to Hudson has tUl'thel'.down the stateon
till the soil for or profit. .gone
to pleasure
if a fire ever got under headway among I ing carried no insurance, but his. loss build the League buildings at Univer- before .
an investigating tour '
A* stated in my last r"IlOrt.| you need By Bathing in .the Waters From Our them that every building; in the businefls was small being confined. to office fix- sity City and to maintain it, I''opl..sUnlvp..lty. deciding where he will locate
but five to ten acre* to secure a living per
there if absolutely -
section burn as tures and feed.G. .
f.r a large family The soil i. Handy.Wlich Artesian Wells manentJy. The two first-named\ gentlemen
f no provision against fire inKissimmee. E. Takach, .loss on goods *f>0; no At the meeting of the Chapter at' have returned to Kansas to
requires but little labor compared wonderful thing have tnkinplace the wind : ..
Many fortunately
| Mrs. J. Z. Roberson's last Monday
trt the hard .soil of other Ma ,.... Whentje insurance. close out their business preparatory to
in Kiiwiinmee. during th. pnsttwo was not blowing, and the fire was kept Mr. Kennell the .shoemaker l loss Mrs. S. It. Aultman. local representative returning here in time to get their land .
toil jn once plowed you can noon do I : both in regard to the amountof confined to the buildings that joined
tie rest with hoe or hand ,plow. The years : small; no insurance.W. und president of the Hart M..lror.I, in proper. ; condition for fall planting. .

bear and tear horse wagon. .andimilementa vegetables produced! from the groundand each-other.! otherwise the expectations C. Ra..s.loltll on building, and goods' ial Chapter wan unanimously. elect ddelegate Before leaving Mr. Farmer came to
upon drinking
made from
small.. miraculous' cures of our )people, would have been realized $1.6(10; insurance $600. to the first national convention thin office and expressed himself in the .
very l but themost
our I pure art..iall water clean.It of the founder's be
and the entire street swept chapter to
I rind many work in'l{ a 5-tirre plot wonderful cure attributed to the Several of the buildings! on the opposite | following term: "I knew very littleof
is < ld maxim thatev..r ill wind held in May at University City Mo.
an ;
> Florida\ before I received the
When of the well thoseat Valley
who have no horse and wagon. notice, side str .t, as as
Water .to our
use of ouf comes hlnws; snmejbjkiP) good: !, and while, we regret This chanter will closeiiext, month andevery which '
plowing is to he done. they call IJR a distance on the same block were some gentleman was
this week. the loss to thoseowning the wooden applicant should see that .she has ,
... such, kind .enough to send me, and I frankly -
fellow who does nothing ..I, After J. F. slightly damaged hut not to an
About four months ago buildings and the ones doing business not .fallen behind inher payments or
that'they take -thn hoe and rake and in extent that any great amount of money say to you that I thought a great many
Rlloades, who nt'Lhat time lived in them we'cannot but believe the' she may find herself displaced when, the ,
.of \ of .
:"what them.It your storiei telling wonderful
make the soil for money will be required to'repair
pan.rtut I Spokane. Wash., heard) nt the ..manyutK'antageH fire w redound\ to the good of our J 100KK) membership{ of the. chapter\ i here' and those .
they put into a flvt>-al'r.,, plot. 'I know thin unction offered. the : 'nothing is fortunate that. Messrs. F. T. crops grown especially .
town as under the city laws !! complete and
relating to extremely mild winter
of nothing-thai will pay asWell for"somal Evans' and 1 J. II. Tailey special lire insurance '
llumoaeekeivand; ; ; devuied'! to'.conn' here }
I stone buildings The. solicit. the
I" j but ck", concrete or -- .League, urn'ustly cool should be taken-with a
alInvm..nt.\ The soil provides'for the ..he108seai..wiH summers
| lie in !
and !inuke-au investigation! urnved I can be erected in that(district; of which, agents, wj-re t-ityas votes" of nil in the Kintiimme Drug Co. dose-of gait for I really
'maii and beast.. W. an raise j jeverything be adjusted and claims paidin very generous
; after the first of the ,
li'Fe year ;
joist of the
; material the owners property Piano contest. Every man whose wifeis
thought this state wall one vast ,
under the in the ground., awamp
tillsnine ]h.,sun..,. lust. out mid, 'ml wa. .. ,,o favrtrablv. imprenwed that' heMiirrh will i begin I .hu ild ing at once. a few days'. a league member if he, does I not vo(... hjtfeste1, with ...v..rown- reptile and
In : ,
doing ,
i !,,usiel a tract of I land I in We *t Kiimmei office Minuted.on I Thcrr I i" nothing, that could, 'have
hack homevith. I .iwfnl,t The Valley (;azeue !l' for the league, should in all fairness IriTWct." arid! that. it was too hut in thrf .
.i n story
I ;
1 gone -' from Mr .1' I.l.Villsoui.. .lr the block that burned and it looked more forcibly brought to the attention i give her half the coupons. Surely the summer for.anything but and
hat \loes t that, Kloritln i* alligators
but ( < not >
prov '
failure. -< .iii tin-re werel4s on which was .. line flowing \\ell. for, H while_ though thi .IHXUV of the ot oiir.. people' the urgent necessity of piano will give pleasure' and! entertainment [Indians to inhabit and! be comfortable;

a onci1 began putting I the ground( in paper would be I11IM8.' j jl
than six acre of ground in an/1/ every your paper .
KiHitirmncf,. used for. condition. for planting I garden truck! efforts on the part of our caucus the I It well drilled fire compttn.N. than ihefin' than if i it ,is won by an individual.! John Smith .grew this and Joe Brown '

around for .I'orl. while growingvegetables today A little son of M i. Ulumdeo hail suffered -i building_ ... .saved our loss being confined 1 1I I on yesterday, and the talk. is gen- The. next league meeting will be held grew that and people with real name '

| all his life from eczema in its the done to the stock eral on the streets today that nothingwill the lot 4
there" are more than 1.1100<> ) ac-res, and I to damage : on league Monday at p. m. from other states wrote stories saying-. i
worst form haying contracted it Shortly it and take he permitted to stand in the way Watch Kisaimmee Grow.
I of in moving out. we :
within eight months there will, l.. fully paper this section was a paradise. that I determined
after birth and every means in the to return our thank. of the contractors, installing the works
twice that much.: This. ia. but A small this opportunity to come here and see for my- .
, of Florida ;I| shape of medicines and expert' physicians to all those who assisted, in Having the before the fall .allOn..and that a call CLAUDE L'[NGL[ ....If. I induced two of my friend.. to .
part had been ployed to effect: acure in few the
>; will be issued a days to '
A few miles from Kissimmee we have I building. accompany mu. for I didn't get

:- the largest tracts af celery growing in I|: hut in ..v-ry' instance failure re- As near as can be ascertained, the I young men of our town io meet and organize Will Speak at the Court House : too lonesome, and if I found .that I had
when Mr. Khoades
the United States or other country. I suited, no that value o( the buildings and goods burned. a fire 'omlany. Now been led on a wild goose chase, I would Shave

I have found within a any five-acre plot soil ,I reached Kissimmee, he had almost despaired I with insurance. on same is as follows\ : : Watch Kissimmee grow. Tonight at 8 O'dock I someone I knew to kick me around .: .
rid of
adapted to any vegetable<< you want t a I I of his child ever getting Mr. Claude. L'Engle, who i iA makinga the corner about''steen tune for being ,
\ .
I If I the 1 i .
malady. tour of the State in the interest of
I ,II a fool and who would leikd me back t. ,
plant 'I The family took up their residence onthe HouseI his candidacy for the United States Kansas and conaign me/to the '''funny'' ,
Upon arrival here Septemberand
: my I The Chapter
close to the Mowing League
locating a farm in October I found !|' property very Senate will speak jit- the tourt house house. /
'well and the little boy at once began and he issuetf,! cordial invitation
tonight a
"But I have of another
but little time to prepare the soil for a *tory com
playing in the water fn, the pool under I to of Kissimmee and :
large crops. I proceeded to get a half ,, the people plexion to tell my friends when I re- ,
the mouth of the pipe. parents Soon Be Numbered Among the Handsome Osceola county to come out and hear '
acre in vegetables. From that .small it I turn. I will tell them that your paper
everything to stop him thinking
I have table. suppliedaeven :' of Kissimmee. him.Tho. has not misrepresented, : a. single. condition -
plot kept my and Costly Structures S
I I would |H>ssibly do him harm, but to no who have heard Mr. L'Englesay '
hag chickens turkey., fre.h avail. and whenever he was missed they he is a most forceful speaker and I existing here; that the soil in and ,

cow, sold .some anti still\ have onions could always find him in the water. It i no'one ever nan the time, to take a nap I around Kissimmee surpasses any I h.v.evt'r '

and. cabbage. My new ciop of vegetables noticed The contract has been awarded the lath a very popular and uptodatestijlof While he is. talking. Those wno hear I j seebthat; your climate can not be '
his parents
before !
not long I
ia coming along'very fine.The was bond signed ground baa been broken\ 1 l great durability. This. kind of him will no doubt be treated to an excelled tor evenness; that your artesian .
a perceptible change .in condition ,, evening of entertainment that will well .
soil and its working id different which continued for the better each I and the chapter' house of the American 1 1I exterior is. now much used in the construction repay them for attending{, as he handles water is the best I ever drank;,

from that of otliVr states. You must ; until now the lad is completelycured I,I Woman's League will soon be numbered..i of the more elegant dwellingsand both men and measures without that your public school is a* good as anyin

: use common .sense aod road. up' on methods day and not a sign of the dreaded. [: among the handsome and costly building !- public buildings in the cities. gloves and hits 1mm. the .shoulder every America and that finer people than .

o( tilling it. Florida is. far from I| of Kissimmee.On The interior wood work will be all of time. inhabit this town do not exist on earth. ta
di.'JlIiK left on.hi" person or in his
: being a. sand pile and swamp hole. I Monday last the members of the pine finished like hard wood in style to PUBLIC In fact I intend to tell everybody.I '
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1 can give figures to show what will\ grow system.It would Ix too mild a statement to I i local cTiapter gathered on the Hart lot suit the beautiful mission furniture meet in old wild and. woolly K.......-

a. in this so-called timid pile. My: experience the lud'a I which had been donated,to the league I II |I with which thene. buildings are equip- that they are losing time and sleeping
that parents are overjoyed
isvthat of all newcomers. The say, for Mr. Khoades. states that he I I and marked, out the exact spot where ped." The flooring is laid upon a solid State Bank of Kissimmee Will Keep on their just due by remaining in sucha S

but brain and of the cement under-floor. The main state when a place like this await
soil is here. one must put the northeast corner building i ii |i room
would not it if the change incoming
regret Doors
t muscle into it. day in and day out. and here made him a for I i should be. and each one dug a spadeful which extends the length of the building I. Open on Tuesday.As them antI which they can reach by the .

; few extra dollars to help along until his restored pauper I II I I of dirt out of the foundation hole. .is. 17.6x37 feet having a large I. Tuesday April 26th is a legal holiday expenditure of. thirty dollars and a ear S
life just- so boy waa to
you get through .experimenting but I The members of the league deservean brick fire-place at the north end. The and bank.. will be closed on that ride of forty-five hours. '
health but that he. believes he will do
It' nowhere else will a few dollars produce i I, much better financially here than: he I'' unusual degree of gratitude and ''extends acros..-the entire end of the I day it seems an opportune tune for the "I believe this IK the country for a

as much in so few acres as here. did in Washington and will endeavor to I I praise for'the energy and persistency | room. This. room may if it IH desired State. Hank of Ki>>simmee to move into\ man with little means a. well all the

A: While the remainder of the country induce his friends in that stare to I I.ley: displayed in bringing this matter be divided into two rooms by means of its banking room. Thin will be capitalist for everywhere I go I And ,

,r 1* experiencing blizzards and zero weather follow his exafnple.Mr. I" a successful conclusion as the building i accordeon doors. The vestibule which In order that. the public may have an men hunting workmen and are willing

truck of Florida will be ornament to our i is intended to be a sales. room for the to pay good_ and cially do I
I er, the growers are Khoades is, naturally a thorough I| not only an opportunity tnvrw thin splendid banking wages. enp .. .
shipping fresh vegetables by the car- of and town but will be a great convenience, |! Woman' Exchange department is fitted room and tin equipment, a receptionwill think it the place lor the aged and infirm -
booster Kissimmee
r )H>ad and trainload to all sections of the says anyplace I for it will afford a meeting place for allorganization with shelves, and its size is about be held on Tuesday night, April 26 for there i ia not the least doubt in
I with water that will cure eczema
from 7 to the State Bank
I country. This is the time of year when I II bound to become one of the leading I in our city composed of 10x12. To add to the completeness of building to which the entire public ia my mind but what this climate will prolong S

Florida has absolutely no competition cities in the country. !, ladies, of which there are several. It the house, a small kitchen 10x12 form invited. Light refreshments will be life and'cure '9.yI1.. And the

from any other part of the country and is expected that Contractor Kelley will a rear wing. The roof i ia shingled.. The served.As ,hospitality of your people surpasses anyI

is entered by means of a concrete a guaranty of the success of arrangement have before
the growers are receiving returns for Legal Holiday I complete the building within the next building ,, for this reception the over experienced-every-

their produce that would make the sixty day. terrace. wives of the directors of the bank have body appears to be your (friend and are 4

L average truck grower ot northern A. April 26 is legal holiday the undersigned The house will be a little gem. perfect Although the League is but a little 'j I consented to serve aa a committee of I glad 'to have you come among them. I

states turn green with envy. "Acre.of will be closed on that day. in all its appointment The spec- over one year old. there are 910 chaptei' [ arrangements, as follow.: Mrs. C. A. will be back liure a* noon a* I can close

Sunshine" sometimes_ a term.ap-I I I I State Bank ofKjasimmee I irVca ion* are very rigid in their requirement in the United State Ther have I Canon, Mrs. N. B. Carson. Mrs. M. up my business in Kansas, and you must
Mr J. M.
i I 'Citizens Bank Kinsimmee.. Katz Lee. Mrs. N. C.
r-_ plied to Florida land. but there iam a* to material and workmanship been.completed eight of these chapter Bryan. Mr*. E. L. esley. not be surprised it a dozen r""mea -'

.. thing better than mere sunshine ; G. E. Fisher of St. Clou-i. pent I. which must be. of the very beat. The houses of sizes varying with the size of All cordially invited. .-me with in .. .

1 em Florida land There i* wealth! in I Iffc I i Monday in the city. I exterior is to be of stucco l laid on metal" the }local' membership L Twelve. ar !..nowin t W tchKissimm_ .grow. I Watch Kissimmee grow.- .:t _

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PIE BREAKFAST. SIR MARK'S HOTEL BILL ++++++++I +++++++++++++++++

"" One Ceneidered as Much a Virtu .. I Relic of an Early Nineteenth Century I] PRAYSTONE r 1'j 1- ;
Early Riving.I i Election In Ireland. ; I 2:1,000:{ ju-resol TimberLand Ideal Fertilizers

am aware that according to tbelatat I Durinx the time of a contested electluii t U= on railroad.

edition or tbe reviled tattife, In Meath. Ireland. In tbe early I,1 t Ore tit THE HAW : I 20,0(10( acres+ of: 1'hoHpliate -
fttlnf pie at breakfast la now a penitentiary I. I I part nt the 'lust Century. Sir Mark I Ii >, + + Lund. 'j SIZE AND QUALITY.
offense punishable by bard i 11 Komrrvllle sent orders to the proprietor || :*:"- :.! 'dto :AI( ,per day. :t i i ) 1

labor on tbe farm for a period not ex- of the hotel In Trim to board and.. I + Specialby week or month.. : + 29, OO acres. 'of, Pasturd. I Ovrritru* 'booklet entitled! FERTILIZING FUR SIZE AND
'ceedlnc ejgbtj-flr Bo/ it puce I lodge all that should rote for JIm, + Land. -/ QUALITY is for
distribution The
years. H, M..TRMMAI.Pilo.) i -.1. D.POSTER, nr. now ready article "I n/ citrua fill-
bared with early rising the reputation for which be received' tbe followingbill :t :t tare ia of'Bperial interest at tiiia season when alze and quality can'be
of a virtuous act.There arc people which he got framed, and! It amt'I + + +++++++++. ++ ++ 50,000 UCITK of Virgin. .. ao easily influenced,' and when the grower eo keenly realize* tbe importance -

today who are welt thought'of in .I baiiKDlu"om l !. . Tllet. ,] . House, ,..>,County. | '.- . Timber (ill railroad. r of producing a fancy; product. 'r. ,.
felitb! ..." ; Following the article in a fall d..lption..f l cur IDKAl formula
tbe -who "dress foryY'
community- even 2.j .ono were tnr.pen- for .
Hummer application.!
April Iitb lUG j
Sinner, blew heart-who hare
none the lees eaten pie for breakfast MY HILL. .e e \J G. E. TAKACH. tine IjindN.JSOaerew! : ) with I ldtall'tttr// '.ure Manure *

r and bare tipped back on their chair;_ To' ttrutiD bixiffi fi e.*tu>lderaabove 1"- *. 10) acres benrinc orangegrove. II' (I' 'l's: SjJ/'l'Idi h'trlrarid J lilt .llrurtir;
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hind legs and sat thus with sueli n at&lrM 1"MI. Murk at l'rrllIJ Fruit and Vint
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Is M l> heud. ti> to ale 2 12 S
+ mile with upon all their tbe faces world a>ttieiuxelTp spoke of I To eating. .Iile.u. snore W'luw Standard Cypress Iticu- 1 H!) acres in elly' limits .j 14"' A 1': '.\ High d'ruJi fruit,a/id title \
peace uftet
mid two
I Included 1'ftuilr..... t.o to stye irujr. .. ...up-.... Z IL.- hators and Supplies ': cd) ) house :and outliiil) I tuc! >-t--llKAL) RF.:- P1.7S. rlM! ) 1DFA1) KHiTJUZERSive -
To eighteen hoi... IAIK 1h.e inuloji i pictorial provf! the mint of al ,"> liram'H'
But to talk of pith i JJ olbeai--
nowadays merely so bout my yard all night at IVevery IJII!."'s. : acres!' I full on our loin l tipcnt. .
1 mach fried stuff, pork and eggs and one <>f (hem. and for a in C imi! < Knne.) I 15) JMTO I ..
potatoes and pancakes mid no mush: man whit was lust t>u the, head ; WATI.HSHo;: : : ( :>Of' ( HO'EH:0.)( ; : ., !
r sweet stuff, tnolii8H. fruit preserve of wat imfr lt>. -n all nl ;ht. la tome line truck landih; \ artesian I '"
coffee cup a puddle of eager pie and ITo I' l : uclllliat Mows! over i Fertiiizer t
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Hix t 1* in die rouin. and four & Toomer Co arI
w all that et"1 us W iPiir It to the in ......nll.r. ut two triilneajB ivory 100 gallons; per niiniile. I Wilson : r ; .
A; kitchen c bon t I'r the eooklnjrIndicative 1*<1. and nut wore than four In
tiu bed ut any (time cheap
IIC.. a la, to > For information writeL
.....ugh. <.<*) Known Is to mi.... 12 K e
;* t To eat *nclhXi ntl'n lie hardly Ions' For tirl-ak/iLKI on lav In the mom- --. ...
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barbnrouIIlhu wear, withers in a '- '1n;. for eety iiii> of Thom and rr + pf9 A. MINX & CD.KISS1MM.KI I,
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scalp lock. Hut remember that we ; : t-LOKIUA.
a :1 b,. IK miner ILS I Ian ifucua, la to STANDARD -'
r ... didn't work all day yenterdny from I m.I .- 4 101: 1 CYPHERS INCUBATOR. ;fp 1 1r. :1CONTRACTOR. 1 3A 3
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lr before dnytTffht till after dark. We To raw whisky' sod punch, without fir f'roofed.Jneurebl. i s.
didn't tumble Into bed and full sound '1! talking "of pipes) and tobao- I II II :, ...... .. .. '
COLa w"u am for blinking a pot at.4. ( ** < +*** sleep ere ever our heads bad loueruHltbe I above hUiltn and other 8la>aej > BREEDER: UI''' I '
l pillow so nuzlous was the night j and deltth for I ho first day and II I SALTED! and BUILDER !| '\
{f'' ablft of the body's repair fan to gelt nl.lit. 1 am not very cure, but I White Wyntidottcsl I I
for lbe three Lava and a half of
on tbe job of tearing out old UBKIU'S! .... I
the ol 4U>n cui 111\tie aa I can KI: t! and putting In new. We didn't waken call It. and to be very exact ItIn ,_ :. : I IF' I! Dues Central Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-
In the" morning to'figd' a burry orderfor lu all br tkitreabo.jts na near BDl'Ullt' BY I TIm Cs
i aa 1 ...K _n. and not to be J mates on Structures ofan size or Dirrtnsions/ whetherI 1
more raw material hanging ou the too ixirtlcuTi&r. t* to me at loaflt. ffKor 16 e II.41 l ] N1K1N I I tf i -. it te a Two-Rcom Cottage or a Tourist Hotel
book and we didn't put an edge like a HUavlntf and cropping off the l s : I 1
broken bottle ou that hurry call by heads of forth-nlne freeholderafor .
Makes of
Specialty ARTESIAN
a boring WELLS
.. 7f Fifth Avenue I t
air Mark at 13d for every
.... stirring round at Ofty-seven kind of bead of them by mr brother : Nlo.w.YORK CITY II in which he has met with (the greatest!\ success '
temper" snarling chores. who Jiaa a.. vote., U to me S U 1 and I IWrite j of in
We haven't before Oil a whole 'lontc for a> wotnlt and Dune for poor Surveying t* for. our tatcwue. .howt"$ ,,-'the 41 1 I any man Florida. -- -:. e
kind. of tlki.c m.n".I. "
morning with a mall and glut apllt- Tom Kernao. In tbe middle of l-

Uug rail or breaking up new ground the night. I* to was not expected. Drafting Waters': & Carson (ro. Co. : I Give him your work and it( K. m mee FI a.
will be well and quickly done. ,
with a balky team-* morning so. Iontb.t ton boas, 1 don'l' tall of the piper) 1,1, .. }!!
for keeping Jum sober a* lone J OUR AGENTS *
It becomes about
a young eternity -
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to to ,
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.]030: o'clock, when the" front of the --1-' ****ft-e ,1
body below the waist, begins again to lie M teC OrFlCIi: IM FRATERNITY HALL ,
I chafe and grind on tbe backbone In ..... Y tb. p1.o.. Jemmy Car wire.bla <+++++++ +++++n++ .4.++14.f..4.+ '
PIle of all the tau and sweep, that Mark X KISSIMMEE. FJ.A ''
Ek-yaa and Oermdityr Mark X J. W. THOMPSON
cB b put In between' at breakfaat to } THE
T.ej ear say ill eo your honour Bar -- -- ------- --- CASH
11ft M teDder.-JDvft'7bod7'1I Msgasla Mark eead .... Ihle Eleven Hundred ... 'I I STORE
IIrrwtt.. who and 1 pray. for your.auoo.s .
C. W. Griffin
aJwar to TrIm. eo no more e.t i

Tax Books Win dose ..- .. .First Door North of Post office
e 1 Tbe hotel keeper must bare gotweary
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The taxpayers of Oaeeola county are as b. neared the end of tal* &l .ewaaan

e' a hereby notified that the tax books will bag bill for hi* account become a* There you will find SHOES, ;HATS ,
clo*.on tbe-fint'daY'ot May. Persons wat>t>I/ .. '800M of his petite moatke.v vAlfI1 .. lICENSED EMBALMER
not paying their taxes before that date hero wbea the creep of glaa J .' DRY GOODS Al\D \OT10 \S, oil of best t.
sad delph accompanied their deep po> ( gra7ou t/B I-
the of "
will be charged coat advertising .
\0 UUoa .f raw" wbtok7 and poocb.Jld quality and lowest price> I
their property. + .
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.. \ Hili. :n>fi tt! i.- I r .J': ir.vryi Patronage Solicited +
i ld papers for vale at this offic., I ]North Kissiinim-a Phone No. 8 KIJjSIMM'I I If FI.OK.U I J .... .. .... :.J
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; Kissimiiiee Gardens Greet Aeset In .uslnsse. '.. Well .. v iVa' ( ._ .

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-. _> Cheerfulness will attract toots customer I
*, ..!! more goods, do nor 'bust- I ray-hammock;::
apes with less.WMF mod, tear than .!,-'1i'.1, bpt.

. HAS ; ,. most mar ether quallty.says"OrtiionBwttMrdeariir'8uccess .

LAKE FRONTS ' Optimum_ 1* the: greatest business Msgaslne.getter '

_- -- biggest trader the gfealeetlchiev. r: <: Ohi.You! Vudor Swing!

n HAMMQCKLANDy .; er In the world. Pessimism has neverAoae '

t :. anything butjtaar down and destroy _

-, What optimism baa built '",.. ', -:: .
-T fMUCK LAND office, la society'everywhere --
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the favorlt. la always ;
PRAIRIE LAND cheerful (person. Good natured cheer- {jJ
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fal people do not waste. tbelr' Itsl energy
a .. rapidly,. ai the crumbier or the.!I WE. HAVE THE
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: too sober, too sad people. They work. .
ai N I with much less fr'lctlou.
.. o MOST
Good cheer is a great lubricant It ,.
. > BEAUTIFUL LOCATIONS .> oils all 'of life's machinery. There Is "
'i ao other life habit which cau give its; ATTRACTIVE I Y.
._:,.. for Suburban Homes in 5-acre tratcs or neb a prolific return In happiness and = ,f'ro.

. leas, located, between, R. R. and hard satisfaction ander that of being. If the cheerful resolution : 'I ; r LINE OF 'J "

:\ '/. road to St. Cloud. j* ...* ...*- ...* J* to.cultivate cheerfulness \in HAMMQCKSSWINGS J.
: strongly made at'tbu very outset It
, ... will upt.b@ difficult to form the cheer :
I , J. \A/1LLON.: JR: fug habit, and It will be the bent protection "
agralnstsuffering and dlsap I"
p ttllAL, JBSTATK AND INSURANCE polntment.Cheerfulness. i ,. i AND -: rrI

KISSIMMKK. FLORIDA.S.S.BILLOCK la also a great pro. I: 5' l
dncer. It adds wonderfully to one's ; Jir' i MI{ '' 'A 1 PORCH SHADES

active ability and Increases mental I'I'S
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,and physical power. It makes hosts of ON THEMARKET

The Pioneer Plumfclng'Shop. ( friends and helps' U. to be Interesting. An EwentUlTb PORCH-CONTORT. r
and agreeable* ...
j Announces its readiness to nerve the i I VudorPORCH "
't TRAoeltfor )NARKHAMMOCK .,
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Public and is open to contracts for lay : j
work and ,
ing pips or any pipe jobbing ;
\ will bonk plus bing work, to be accompi SHADES !!l CHAIR
f REAL ESTATE Why Standing B.for. a Hot Fir.Mak '
) li<>d just as soon as the trade of .. R.d. 1 "
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fJt tafJrm* 'e7s*seas*'e>
INSURANCEExamination Kissimmee warrants the employmentof When one stands before a hot fire -
I t : FIRST CLASS numbers. I I the face becomes red as we all know. is

t As necessary work must J>c- done In This result la the effect of the actionof
of'Titles a i iI plumbing, soon-r or later, why not I radiated heat on the nerves con 8
patronize one of your home industries trolling the small blood vessels of the

at once and enable us. to establish a skin. These tiny vessels are normally InOur Hardware Department You Will FindS
I -.Specialty.Correspondence7Solicited. coutraetlon.
creditable businettH. i in a state of moderate 1 .
Under exposure to beat they relax] and
Our motto is: "Live and Let Live I
become distended with blood. The
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.. same process under the mysterious THEIST
l' I' 0. Hox-fiffli:! ,, Pr-oprietor. I connection of the vasomotor a......

' : FlORIDAJlEAl ESTATE. [TOR SALE : lfi-2t I I I, duces system In regard ordinary with to mental exposure bl,....&' Jtsat- I TOOLS MANUFACTURED ; .

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A Cruel Jbk the reddening of the skin, together
Beautiful winter lioml"1 sites situated I Oswald, a witty slid arlslnsl. !Parisian . with the unromforMblly warm feelIng

in the Lake Region .of Florida. I had a mania for practical JokIna svrompanylng It, may be looked .
{, Trucking and Karmmijjjjjnds, 1 w by&ror ;. He was very amusing to his. upon as one of the useful little "dan
' friends, but when his talents were exerted
small **""*' I ger Klgr'ls" wltb which we are sur
i l to avenge some wrong; there rounded. Persons who from any Elhh
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY 1 was more bitterness thnn fun In his
I cause bare lost their susceptibility ale SNpP qRp
List your property; with n\f fO"'IUi wtt. One evening when a man who the case In some forms of paralysis, ,
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had not treated him politely cave a reception
until serlous '
a limb to heat -
may expose
ales.H he revenged himself cruelly. 'I Injury results. ;I" V RE' ,'

: M. BREAKER The man was slightly deformed. .,All. |I The reason that the face cbieiyGushes .' ....
the hunchbacks of Paris 500 In number I Is that In the ordinary position .-
Box I7K" .KIASiMMHH." HLA. presented themsejres at his "re-' "
near a fire It Is most directly exposed ..
ceptlon. They had received notices! :: .,.
\ - to the rays of heat, while most
from Oswald that If they should go to I of the body Is shielded by clothing; s

this address on this evening they that the nerves of the fare are particularly : '
l Osceola County would learn of a legacy which bad sensitive In this respect and M E
been left them that the skin there Is more abundantlyfarninhed I NO
I with blood YE'llRels.-Lon I. k
1; t Abstract Company Stolen Jok. Stsndsrd. .
The shade of the Ice baron had Introdnced -

himself to Chiron on the' .

.1.i Y,, G. P. GARRETT.. Manager river Styx"trip."Quite he.a commented.roomy bit. of"Never.water freezes, 'this: !''I i. paper the and we Art matter other are of not Asiatics Papermaking.In of In making line, who wltb and not the using only Chinese -I i Try Us Once and You'll ba Sure to Coma Again J. 7"'1it .

over does ItT | make the finest paper in the worm, but "

wpal : "Not so'sto Interfere with navigaUoa apply it to a II.sorts of uses making
; estateTitles examined and reported on I ," said Charon. .uiUlnel8.IId, by window panes 'fa Lsn umbrellas, sandals
Taxes paul for l1o".rl'lolldont.tJ. the way, that .eri fact cave Mep'tisto" and even cloaks and other garments
i- ri'lat.lnir real Allt./t'e/ i the idea'for his favorite joke," 1 'The of -
Instruments! f-n of It. art making paper HARDWARE
: ", carefully drawn -" I'.', "You doa't say! What's the ga'gr I from mulberry bast Is said to have I'OSCEOLA COMP'Y 1

t Correspondence": 'Solicited.Bargains. "Why.., when a guest In hnde, complains been Invented In China In the second
of Scarcity of Ice the oldboy I century. B. C. Afterward bamboo
explains that It's due". to the. unprecedented ]
I shoots, straw, ,grass; and other materials ,
perversity of the pant win- nt1 +r l ntg tn n +tnlnn ,
wore also used. The manufacture o I n l to ,+ ;
t..rRl1fralo! Times. V V 1VV ..vVVVVVVVVVVWVVaVVVV nVVW8 Y
spread l to the adjacent! countries The w
Arabs learned It In Snmerkand andtheir ,
Obedient Bobby. Imrued men carefully kept secret -

., .' "Bobby mother my son as ahe," exclaimed saw all her the boy'dismayed the process by which they made HENRY rl' STANFORD CO. GOOD NEWS. 1I

\ In. all kinds of Real Estate belongings stacked In a corner of tbe paper for"their own use.! The crusades i ,
made Europe acquainted wltb the art.
Fire and, Life Insurance and closet. "haven't I tried over and'overto .
t and the first paper mmIn Germanydates
Armour's Fertilizers.\: Renting = teacb yon that you ahonld have a [ Many Ki""lmrar Readers' Have )
from the twelfth century. .
t and Collecting Rents a I ILt place for everything DP.ALEItH IN' Heard It and Prolltetf Theroby. ,
Taxes paid for "Yes mother," said the boy cheerfully '
Specialty. I Hoaxing the Latinists. [ "Good news travels fist" and tt ..
"and this Is the plaee-J.adIH'
Non-residents. 1 Home Journal. Perhaps one of tbe best of the numerous I thousands of bad back sufferers In Kia- i'--:,..
I\ I class of sham Latin Inscription Dry Goods Notions simmee are glad to learn that prompt '
I IDlplaoy.
relief ia within- their reach. Many a ,r +&
.1, R. O. MEEK I 'was that which appeared sometime lame, weak and aching back is bad no
The wife of a man who came home ago ID a Dublin paper. It wa. In more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
Klssimmee Fla. late Insisted upon a reason. antique "Latin" as follows: -AN::: SHOES: Oar citizens are telling the .good news
"When I go out without :faro." he iMbylU haercs ap. fortlbus .. In are. of their experience with the Old Quaker I ;
\ .said "I do not enjoy myself half as NoblU Thlsb fort. trui.- .. ..atlet"pee ...- Remedy. Here' is an example, worth
du1. .
ass reading .
-v........A"...... i Success much and Magazine.The It, twice as long." This purported to( have been found NEW BRICK BLOCK j . ST CLOUD Mrs. A. M. Story Kiaaimmee Fla.
i' .1 Dear the site of a church dedicated to NEXT TO HOTEL aa>s: "I had severe pain. in m1I1and ) '
I r M. TILLER 1 "tbe saint known to'tbe old chroniclers a dull languid feeling. My kidneys
world owes every man a living were also weak and the secretions
4 but doesn't furnish a collector. aa Cncatus Ambulanus. caused me much annoyance by passing
Real Estate Agency. t: Th. "Latin Inscription was la realty too frequently. Since using Doan
:\ Large desk blotters lUc at this of.// an absurd rhyme: Kidney Pills which I recently obtained,
I ,_. .. aa.a aaa l t fI('". tf : I I say, Billy hws'f a go! r 1 from the ilsstmmee Drug Co., the
and sold. .. '' - :1 Forty buM In a row. $ New Shoe StoreLadies' pains in my back have ceased and the,
4 bought ,
l i Realty I. No, Billy; this be forty trucks.a. kidney accretions have been restored toa
Houses rented. . I .. rot I. In '.m-pu and duoks. natural condition. I have also regained '
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r. Taxes paid and Titles ver- j Dt j my lost strength and energy and'
j ified for non-residents. I jI Life's'Turning! Points. am feeling greatly improved In every Away .
i I Gent's and Children's ShoesHIGH I have
and Accident In- The climacteric years are certain no hesitation in saying s
Fire Life W.= L. WINK: : '
that Doa
r. : I IPJf'CIAl years'to a man's Ufa that were long Kidney Fills are an eff.etive
surance. believed slgalncance GRADE AND Uri TO-DATE kidney remedy.
k to be of peculiar \
I Indemnity Bonds. f | > A Nil AUR'ilCONRBHIOKNCE : I to him as turning points. In his health For sale by all dealer. Price GO eta.

[ ,.'wr"sF'v'V' __'V' **r_....* .Omen:.PHOHV' THONB;.: :&.I.; KIMI"M.'FLORIDA.". and fortune. These are the' mystic YoiT! Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN agents Foster-Milburn for the United Car Buffalo States.N. Y., sole_ "' '

_--=-----,- -- number 7 and ita multiples, with odd See Remember the name-Doan's-and I ;,
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f: numbers 21. 85! 49 and 63. Tbe moat BASIS take no other. r
AJ Important of all was the sixty-third __, ____,
W. W. CARSON D. D. S. .
I year, which was considered fatal to I > ::3

: .1 L m" DDZOB, DENTAL PARLORS BUILDINGOVRR'ORCEOLA j jntvens I! most men. I KisslimmeeGranitoid StoneWorks !

8 TO PHARMACY 12 r"oa. I Suffragette -Staggering.What I. a party with- PLUMBING AND STEAM fiTTING such Makes as Blocks e.erJ'', Piers for Cement houses line Cement , 1'-

I OFFICE HOURS I .t TO 8 ,". it" women? Mere Man (fllppeatly Sidewalk Tile, Porch Columns If''' h
d' _ .stag party. Suffragette-Knotty. Sewer Tile Smae Steps. Chimney __
EstateKISSIhtfEB. I what, air, would this nation be .. Stone. Can save you nearly; onehalton

Real T. /ffi. RIVERS, / %. D. bout Register.women but ........"-Okrlskn L. B. CRISSM' I'half olers the .and. el1l1e is better on cbimnevs."t than brick; one rt'vjh+

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON +*!'** WITH t!!aSH Will do general contracting. la build-
toe out oj wood atone or briok. Cement ;k
Office over Osceola Pb.armacy.. The Chief Requirement.' Osceola Hardware Co. work In all lines. All work
FLORIDA j Residence 53Zf 1 "My boy seems to be the ehaaaaaasi guaranteed first-class.. '

-- 'PHONES.:-f I Office 148 of the blocky." Forty Years Experience In Large Northern Cities. Acent for the celebrated Courtrlfrhtmetal t
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"Oh not merely a good jiidg af Only First-class Workmen Employed. B. D1CKERSON K..lo + 9 f,; .
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whom to mix' It np wiltbWssMVg-' v
no- In aa ...... I Dr. F. G. ThomasonPHYSICIAN too Star. I II Windmill and Pump Material tA;
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Hand. A. VANS
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'I CHIlL TONIC Wanted Proef. i e iI ri
.' It..Msdtneer.-. and SURGEONs Nephew (to the rctaraing an tAnd >- I | ATTOBMBY AT UAWNOAART ........ ..'y' .. "
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t \ _-eau__Ask SSc.aune eM .oar. !awry1nnt-Oartaiiy. "Nephrr4'hea yonwen Right Here We Can Do Your Printing Right .A.JfIJ PI1'aLIC, I I.. ,
Office Phone 64 Residence) 126
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r '- ways pays fo. '\lle ''nothing" but good J.f W. S.-: HARWELL .

; 't The Kissimmee. Valley Gazette ;, CITRUS) EXCHANGE printing when setting forth the 'adv. n. ANNOUNCEMENTS. GENERALJIRECTORYOf -

V '=:'-. \- JK tBK for of the Legislature Fraternal Sod-
: Member
j .... ,, ",BUSHED EVERY: FRIDAY. Will Mold a Meding! Tampa on i have to sel Jhe: Gazette is now fa l the Churches? ..
the Ix-mocrmllc < )
'Votom > ( Clneeula Coutity .
t : Office in Valley 'Gazette Building. 'April 27lh and 28th.' thoroughly equipied| both with machinery I hortby nDiiiini-a tn7Kcl"'an a,ran
: (.t' .llIJIi U8S1MMEK. OHCIJpLA' COUNTY. .....A. "and workmen to do'printing' the Member ..f the a,,,.... or KeproHOntativui. In the I over" ." "

_ ;_ -. : c = =-r:: At a meeting, Wthe board of direc; equal of any city in the -cn ntry, and HorM. Ix-trlnlHtiirit, Jewels Counl uU- I, .. O"lce muiil l1nbfor'IPII'\-:
/ . ,' 'w. B, HRKIS- Kditor; :'' and; PropT. tors'held April 6th.. It. was decided to I would btjjleased to make ''estimates on'of oonriMt, to lh. .vll,..hJ.f tilt 'liciWrfttlovutur j f HuncHES: _-a, ;; .I ,Ju4 *:
ln tbu .prttnarliro to t>u lil'l oil tho \n\t ;
tilt t ?
of I '
hold annual the Flor-
convention work >f any character - .-L-
I' :: 'f 8., ". TRI"LETT.0.1.1", Editor.' : 'l., orit: t7. haul, sad. -neje ltf''lIt' sollull fvutvolet. ' : : ..' ;
,' ;$; Ua Citrus Exchange t-th Tampa Bay ., ''m. ). 1'itlPI.y.-I'i', : , HAITMT; I I M. VV !H.L.-.O'N J JR.:, -.., .
.:, -=-r -' . .:.. Casino, Tampa: Fla.,, on April 27th and THf BALL[ GAME, I I|'i ,,V( . .. t ''iVl'l. .
SUBbRIPTIONRATES: >'HurI'an.Stt'1h..nJi, "pastor./ "
; *' 28th. 'f-he program whjch ha. been ar- 1 For Member of the i \'NoiAM-V: / PUBLIC., -f \:'
OMCoptt:>OM y r legislature. i|, Sunday :School\ .43:\ II. inN, C. llryisft, .
OM oop, "ilaf muntI*. *" range! by'the boardtof directors. for the : I SIATK!; AJT LAKGK.tite ( ..; .1
The Bloomer$ Girls Went
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_. .<. Up Against At the naUciUtion of my many t'Ie"" 1 hnr..iy-$uporintenden't. -
- ; -
entertainment of tiie, I Ilf an follows I Rtatl >: '.
grower d
: .. ... announce my candidacy for }t >ra."ontatiu. to thiS .J Agent :
AU eammunlciXtunH, i'Xci.t tram aur .th. a Local Team ;'p. *n.Fraytrmeeting *
,I kl""d oorra>p..n 7,45,1'IiurselayeVimning.
E.Jct.d m.t..r will nOt l he rfturm-d unlew. OfJ'.nilIlll4.'marka-. F. 'W. Inman. I of the Draiocralfe PlHrnkrivn.' ; .) :
.* A-team composed. of the boys about ] -
J 4 ..u.d- -fur.-- .. .- -- / --- The Florida(Jitrus ExchangeGener: towh played li match of bail with ' MJ.rncKM. B. Y. .R. U. 7,45; Friday' evt-niriff.' j :: : -t-- .
' '.' BtorMl at'the PoBtoftlc In KiwImmK. Fl... M i game '--'- Visitor always! ; welcome.: t ,'"
f al Manager M. E. Gillett. -JV \ SIMPSON ;
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L .eond-cIaiua null matuir.Friday. the Western Bloomer Girls last Friday rj) .
\ : .1 -
---'.-- -- Sales ClenerHl .
Department Salas For Represeutative I .
1 : afternoon, in'the presence of a fairly '
:' April 4U .WIO.( Manager K. p. Burton. I t>HIIIIYTI'CU' ', 1- - D. ::NTST. l'
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crowd. th.a'Ik.ltMionofhiy ; I
good At Irlend ". liwi-l'V annuunr "" .
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-_- -' -. '- Claims Traflic!\ Manager O. G. Cook It was a from the start.Th *mywlt a catuliilat for ..*-lmtkjn to thisattire ] S. S.; Snyder pastor. I j L"llIiIlOlr" in K. 't Duildiog. V
snappy game 9.-Ia :Sumlay :SchiM l a in.
". t.I "Ask me." The Sub-Exchange SubExchangeManager ., ,:girls live in number, for there' of IWprcMintatlwi of Oitrmla" I innly "libeit -' '. ( IFrlCI. I'(}"BS' t 9 a. m. Lo 12 III
-. J/ J. loft.nden ball. > to the action of th. Domocratlv primary tu I ItMhrld Parker superintendent. I f I :30 t.o'5:30 m': "
: "WatchKiirnmee'ita;. - were four men on the team, includinga May 10. >O'lu.' J'hanklnalhe people forJ) Christian Endeavor <6.:)lfi p. '". | Telephone No. 70 Jun f.'h
The Local Assoeiation-I4icul I Association ,
-. -- good battery, played good )ball with their pant'afc *,,)hi). an their future Hupporu i -econd and fourth i ..:.
rrrachiiiK >
ManaKtr'Cha.; .. Thompson. H. \CKEK > \\-0. -- ::-=-= = "
L The rqarl roads of Osceola county the exception of running and batting I.
Sunday-at 11 a. m. and 7:10:: > p. m. .rlnoJ.: CXUNT 'IU88UIIQa
excite the wonder"and admiration District Manager District Manager and succeeded in I Q JUDGK.
y i . continue to making two scores to and choir practice. ,
Prayer meeting
t ._ T of our visitors who pronounce Geo. A. Scott. { the local's three, Foe County Judge I Thursilay. belore the second andfouith 1G. F. KRISSS ,

them the finest in the United: tatf'8. Auction RalesF.. L. Ripley.Grading The little fairy, who pla'yed left fieldon '
._ -- \ and Packinghouse A nnuunm, name.a i amliat{ at the nuniinit Sunday at 7:00: ) p. m. ATTOHNKYA.TLAWfrmclici
v ; U'v'or'Patt:; Packing the Bloomer team might not have |>imarimt for the offlccvf bounty Judas and Ji .I lrcof I eel l to all.ervicen. (
: The action of rlton. of Equipment. C. Temple. | ViHitonmo t .
been all w'ool. but she was certainly a t*>. County Court forth unrXpirvd tflrm. d. Drwl 1.tmmrm, Ariwm te, Etc. 4r.vk_ -
c- r. Tennessee in pardoning! Duncan Cooper '.'Pooling; Polk tjounty Sub-Exchange yard wide and it was difficult to tell c.FKRInhis.For I .. and Aeknol.r dirmnt: taken.

; }he .aasasNin of Senator Carmacjt, as Manager C. H. Walker. ,
whether she was lying down or standing I -
was decided by the (courts leads the Cashier's R..portrIvinl( I CII TIA."I.
$ / { average
up. of
.1 i: public to wonder if that pardon.was not prices received for oranges and. grape.fruit It was entirely different from tilt I II Registration. A. M. Chisholm. pastor. Sprigg
before the asMaInation.t 1 hereby announce jnyiwlf a candklaU* for /e Fleming :
l Sundays
P promised second and third "
2tt for the season). Preaching first
games played by ordinary. femaleball lfH.tioD" the office of tmi>,,rviiM>f of lWtruolraliun '
t _. According to-the news dispatches. The second Jay a freeexcursion to teams for in this instance the I "f Oitcx' County nubjfct to the action of the of each month at 11 a. m. and 7.40 11

I. Winter Park to inspect the packinghouse their- Dfmorrmtlc Prim.ri*... and nolirit your nupport.C. p. m, I CLEANING ;-
Senators Aldrich, of Rhode Island and spectators got money'a worth.Thescore ;
m.A. W. Winn
I Hate of Maine, wi'll not be candidates ofV.. C. Temple will be Kiven.wh..n was follows- : W qRIFFIN? 13i1)lsSchool 9.4'a. aasis- PRESSING .
superintendent; A. I.. Davidson, !
for re-election. This is important, if the same will' be in operation Kissimmee 2- -QOoO0l3 DYEING .". .
-, true, but it is more apt to he a rumor showinghow thoroughly his washing Bloomer Girls (O-lrO-O-O-1-0-0-0-2) For County Treasurer. tant superintendent. -
Cbristian Endeavor i-v.-r> Sunday REPAIRINGc
machine clean well -- --
: started to influence congressional) elec whitefly fruit as I hereby announce cnyMlf candidate for reelection *
tion.. as ail the advantages of a w..II-e
J _=-- -- packinghouse"}, Temple, owner of to the art fort. of thr D<'ntorratir* Primarioit. Prayer meeting and! (choir priuli'" I' every I
from the West show that stated. the board! H. NJI.i.F.:1It. : Thumday! at 7.4.. ,". m i
,/* Reports the the packinghouse; to By K. C. S. I ""I': m 141 y house and clothe
!? I freezing weather in Iowa has caused. a of directors on the 6th instant that if t. will he culled lor and re urD..d.

3_ loss to the 'fruit and vegetable crops ol he wan informed I how many people Who says I For Tax Collector. FI'I n'I'AJ.. i' .

between and $10,0(10.1100.( be he would have I herhy rnynplf railMlMt.. fur ''
J $5,000,000 would present a big It's all bluff announce a> r.
Kev. IJavul, I>. Kill!, rector |
4 while there have been falls barbecue the. arrival of the ration to the ,)Ucv of Tax Collector. of UtirvulaCountv Satmfnction'GuaranteecW.
heavy snow ready on .
," And just "paper stulf Mubj4.ct to the action ,.r the Democratic f Service's'er)- .,.. ..110111I,1 fourth] Sunday I .
: 'h, ) In Missouri Indiana Nebraska and! train at Winter Park. What the Gazette has ? .... .
Valley to ]
.- stay I'rirnartei' and .Idllh. *ur>i>mt .r the Voten. in at 11X:( > a. m. | -- --.-
Kansas. Come to the Kiss mmp,' Valley -; After the barbecue has been disposed' Don't thin Hortion J' .
Communion 2nd 'Sunday : t .murrung!
the land of perpetual sunshine if-the packinghouse will be put in operation All join forces' Ij HANDY services! I' C- BASSWholesale
-- ="" and will never have a --- .
I growers When shown
In another column we publish ''thegovernor's our resources.And Guild m..UI'jll.\.r' t lirKt Tuesday.
t proclamation selecting May better opportunity of witnessing a declare! they have come to stay' For Tax Assessor. i I

demonstration of first-clans up-to- ThankIng; the votereof Ow-..)ui Bounty lor.tMU'rt.
8th an "Mother's Day. We have yetto date packinlthoue.quipm..nt.. Everygrower WeDeliver I hereby anruxinre,,, mylieM. a n ntliilatp MKTHdDlSTJan. and RetailDealer :

meet the man so devoid of sentiment, ... . ;\ ,. T. Mitohfll, I -
b who makes this trip will get the goods( : for -*- *ction to offlre of Tax Aa_""" pastor. .in

that' his heart does not grow tender on ideM which will be valuable either in. fiat's well understoodBy in and for Oiwusola O>unty subject to the action of Pr"lIel1inl'r)' Sunday rnormi -"d I -u
the Demoeratic Primary tu be hnld, May the kHHh
,bearing the sacred name of mother
improving his. present equipment or, I if all who investigate; ; evening i
1910 If elected of
t I plc-dyo to the tax payer thenlirf -
and when this never ceasing friend is And Sunday Sthoul9.4.") a. m. J. M. Letsuperintendent. -, ]
they intend building a new packinghouse .. County. a continuation 01 f.lth'.rvk". Fresh -iBeef Pork and
the -
only a name becomes .
memory. Never J. L. OVERHTREET *
they will understand just how it fail, ,
e doubly dear- -to him. should be done. With every sale Prayer meetingviry Thursday' '

W. W.-: Tedder,- an expert telegrapher To win converts for the state. For County CommissionerI night. Mutton

for the A. C. L. Co. and reliable Choir pratie.very Saturday night.' |
:. MOTHER'S DAY Now let's hereby announc myiwlf a candidate for County I
; hustler was in this tempera/Ice town CommiantoMr from Dintrirt- No. 2. Mu"lftt.O
.1. Sunday exchanging ticks with his beat All uniteIn thi'flemocrstlclprbnayyt.I be held/ May >"'. and FKATKRNAL SOCIKTIESMASONIC. : I PHONEyt-i

p girL -Pierson Cor. DeLand Record. Governor Gildirist Designates May For unanimous strides fight reapectfulljf. aulieit your support.W ,I.. CA MPIIEI.!. I
a longer ahead; '
Of what species?Tampa Tribune; "In 4 8Ui For Its Observance.On Forget Fil.l J. [ & Co.
the word of Shakespeare, "This is too For Commissioner Orange Blossom Lodge, No. !ho, Sharpe
The County '
hammer A. M., meets first and third Monday
4 bad for bad report. "- Pensacola Newa. April 15th the governor issued the
Pick up the banner II, the solicitatIon of iuy many friend I I nights in each month at 7. ao o'clock in
I in reference toMother's
following proclamation
misprint it tickles II
Kvidently a was they
d ; Don't knock, be a booster instead. hereby annoum** m)...11 a randidata fur the Fraternity Hall.J. UFAI.EHS IN
I exchanged. Day: Aflirti of County, Commissioner. for the 'th I>ii,,-
>M the Governor Proclamation. trl,'. M. HanselL W. M. ,
-- "By a Don't of OMc't'ul..Co'"IIJ'' Horl-ra. subject to thnrVniu
.- .- We know Kiesirnmee is a? good town The second Sunday in May is now being Wait a day *.rattc friniaryertioti' | to b*> held May W M. Carson secretary. Staple and Fancy Groceries()

e and has one of the' best in ""observed let' ),, 1 lyjo\; cot i pl.-dn. .. toyM-lf Jf ,'h.'I.-... to din
newspapers in many states of our great (
Begin now and display .
fJiarfrc nil I 4liitlfN of the (.m.,. tlirtt con if before
the State, or perhaps in the world, nation. as a day on which we honor our "Ask Me" and "Watch Kissimmee Inc to the rM Mt of my ahilltj. 'O/ItJffT\.o'* "}'TH'IA A N I 1/ i t MNTHYKISSIMMEE; lt( )/lU'J

1r-- when it cornea to boosting the town, selves by paying some special attentionto Grow. J K: AM'EIIMAN. Friendship Lodge, No. 10. meet. every I I

., but we could not help noticing a letterin our mothers, or to their memories."Therefore Cease Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fraternity FLORIDA

a recent issue which told of a Mr. 1. Albert W. Gilchrist E'er to frown. For County Commissioner Hall. ,

) C visit'ng a plae inquiring the price, Governor of the .State of Florida" do F. C. Bryan, chancellor commander.
+ Help t boost the town I hereby announce....1' a candidate f"r County / PHONE 176.
and upon being told $4,000 said "Keep hereby designate and proclaim Sunday, .kiddoo-you'rt' not much for show. Comtnbuiipnvr from District No.4. aubject to R. O. Meek keeperof ri'cordHandse'aJ. j .

s A 'i t till fall and I will take it," and the May 8th. 1910 as the action of the Democratic primary to be held "

.ame.thing followed with another place Mother's Day You're a' ,, ': May 10th If elected. J Drt'mim a faithful! dia.charfre .. PYTHIAN tuTEIoI .. To the W st:7.. : ;,:.(
of the duties of aaW ofHce.
4 valued at $3,000) then saying to thewriter and 'recommend that it be observed in Decided minority. ; '': ',' i5'We / I/: :"' " ' -., *, T. W. SWINDI.EI4.frtorcounty KisHimtnimmor Ternple) ,No; 21, m..tevery ", Lo': "

that he would come back in the all homes and In all churches by the propIe .- have_ .-the. majority'4yUill.JU:; ::"". ." -. ; : ';: Thursday afternooiiatt 3-'o'-dock;' and Northwest!1-< ,
4 fall and both ; All The of : j i \' i : "" '"
purchase places of this State, On such day the custom advantages right"anFmighpp$ CommissionerI except the fourth Thursday at which'time via

right enough nothing wrong with that is to wear'a carnation. a. rose If you're :jv meetingilI lie held at 7Wl::!( ,
at all, but we know' what would have emblematic of purity and love. Not optimistic, hrri'by announce myiwlf rnndidate for County '
P'adi.JHnlln: M. K.: C
<''otuniiuHiuni'r; '. and .
from Inlet<'t No Milk-it
occurred Fort Myers uhd..r'the same the Just remain pesHiimxticYou've SEMINOLELIMITED
"It is recommended "
that variouschurches I
the .u..r the vot<*ra ol that diwtrict. Maliel n. Overstrcet.' M. i of l H. & CosrKfil.A
Circumstances he would have clinched nut show, |lie
l1( ; arrange a suitable program a ,ghost III ( tight. A. }' BASS. CAMP! No. 7I.!> \\.0 wMeeting

e. both places right. now. The idea of fur Mother's Day. and that each "'r..on
| ""Forward niglitu. ( second I and fi,..:rt IiTuesdays : '
w waiting until fall to buy a desirable pay some special attention to' his Match, to success, For Member of School Board lit 7.iO:\ 1''. rii. -

,AY place here would be ludicrous indeed. mother, if she bu living or to her. memory II. T. I
Stanford C.
Tl.ere is no time" for rent I 11..r..Y> niiiitniiit'i', III) cHiMlniHi-j. ftr n* .'!.*< C.
-Fort News.. Nor would therehave
4 Myers if she be dend. .
Everyone id called to the front ti4di. UH ..u"I", -, of Iht- -< I Into! lloitnl. le.," 1)1-! W. H. JohnsonVleik.(
been any delay in the purchase Given under my hand und Die great trill :No. ? -"hJ'j I to I ih* I >i'iiHMTnM, prf initrlcH.
Answer I I l.v. Tiimp-i, A. C. I L JO.JO: ) amI
'I here had the ownerof the propertyl seal of tim State at TulluhuM, the "I.. K HK<>\\ :N
4 This command Gen. 0. 0. Howard PoM) I (.i. A. R.Meets I Lv. 1-iki !land: A C. I L 11.45801
; I > willing to with: the ,
e n part
crops this fifteenth of
capital day April, I l.v. K i l.1 Mlnmee, A. t' I. 1.1I/i/ lIrtii.
By responding( to the ni a in.
i''.' growing thereon. D.> 1910. For Member of School Board the fir*! :tutu third YWdnehduy i.\ ( lilaiido. A. C I. 1.U: I'm'
And 'let their, honeht. Hunk. :
-- --. duty l.\ S.-inloid: A. C. L 1)5
-1 z1 == -:=-- AKBKRT-W. ( HI.CMIUST.Governor ( in eai' I h month, nt 2 "i. ". :2 proI
At the rrqit'H. of mj fru aid.. tliruuulii'ut Onrtiunly ,.. I l.\ . ....ksoiu ,ille.! A. tl. '. L K.111 linil
1 TRITE AND TRUTHFUL (.f Florida. For Sale! I Imrcliy announce i my mttiJulnry! for i. rrnteiml) ), Hull. \iMlii.g, (TTn.riidi s l 1.'a: ) i HISS, A. C. J. 11I.fIlJl'm) ) '

By the Governor Attest : Mrmlrir of t thNhtK) Itoiuxl, I t..oi l"ltrUt I :So 3. lordiull) 111\IId. l.v. 'I "itit,". I ;.i, A. ('. l I. 12./ifi/ ant -

--'I H. CLAY CRAWFORD, 111 ."'1''; I tret; of good!, rich'deep ,MitTt to On iictM n ">f tu) I>. .i.c I lutu I I"iimnr" C I. IKMomu) I ;. I-.. TAUI'''\ Ai.t Alhiiny, (;J.i. A. (C. l J. 2.20) amA

a--,. \ (By OLD PROVERBS.J JA Secretuiy t ol Si ate. muck laiKJH III Park ((.tardoiirt; t the 'Tinesl 1 to IM. h.,1 1 ) \ fty l"ih. l' iii( Khoii'ii) I ln> t-U-c'tt'i, .( I Adjutant.I ( '<'inir.imil.-r I A rue rii us, C. ol (;idi ::3.::3Iera
ipT Pit JKC U> th* '|>ct'i''V of OH. c<, 11 ,'"unI'I hf I IK. tt i ,Ciiliiniliiirt., C. ol, (. //i.4i! am
!b<>dj of trucking, /. lands in !FJorida.Tlin "
: srvic..f \.liivri. I urn rnl'iihlc t.>' r< rxli'ntiK1W Ar.. (OpelikM., Ahi.: C. of Ga j.rr; 11m
.man's front or back yard may dvertjse PRINTED MATTER( i ., f to four iriips i ( of vegetabli'H t, [ ran W ell \MI' I KIC Coy) Wanfrd.Wnntcd '\ i. I'll: nnnxliiiin( < (t'. .,f Ga; 11.:10: aim .

t his manner towards his wife I lie mixed. 1 i in one Y"'lr.' or a crop of lethii I- A i i..1,1', I MOD. Tenii., J. C 7.25 f'm'
t4. /Ii,, .
A .
C { and children. I ,<,.:, then fabbngi'' tlien! corn, all jn l.t. ."i i't. t I |'iv, Ar ,l-iillon. (vy 1.' (.I, 9.10 pmAr.
for Member of f Shool Board.
nliinit/, I II I or 1.ri ye.iiold.., . to (< < d |"..resnes. Cairo, III. I. C 10.10 ""m

WL't <'Mailalike --- Of a Superior Quality Always Pays one cropping/. seHHon. These lands are' I Iu>,,>t,y ,iinnfiiincc>m K MM cnudhintr fHICHAM .., tun! eiiimilinj:, I'i \Ki. I "ui.pi-lf p n- A i ( .u Umiltue., III. I. C 12.01 mn .

t \ a watch looks .bettar for : the Advertiser.It i capable of paying' / large rate of ill'tI."t rot 5,.h,. I t I'cent| t.,, I Dmtrift', N.,. ::1. O>'...,. era fly useful. ': \ 1'-1; Loin-, :\10. I. ( 7.20( urn /
It'1 1 tie kind of case but the real value consists I' an? the price of more' than One (* ..
ounv( antl r.ctfu'I" )' K .1,11|J (lit- t 1011".1| < .\.1 t ,:tala i : , I III. I ( I 1.20llrn
u.l !W of the number of jewels lie-con, is Bail hat nine of fortunes Thousand Dollars )Per Acre. And .., . .. Fw SaltIort : I-i-- (Ineh,, (, I iinherc I
,, ) t out ten Urn the v U r* .1'10.* "u.n' Is ror\ I I I. i IM i >M _\ u 1 \i. :l1nl lion III. |I. (" . . ::1.115)! ann
4I; lain. > have been made. as a result of the. lil>- I time \'. ill HOOII come when they will il..- J'OIl"( II JlAiS1t1-:: ;". Ii; nil, sitUMtnl i : I, I t,1111"I I I ,I I I 1\' I limits i 'I I t ol I Kirsirnnief. ; Ai. ( (:a"'I'III-'II.' '; ) III: \: (' 4.11. 11mA

era! use" of printer's.. ink, and the, autl or mand ahighrr price I han tlia'l! :jiiht >nentioneii. foi luljiu-ent, \lIdIlLI";-|(. II plaie, a ; ai "- .l I
An able shows his spirit by for Sale. : l.ol",1| ( '".'av", I II., |I. (C, 1'.15 a"
I ; man trentl of that t. certain sections of .
!paratile might have justly lulcl- Already in line., A.V. (;ii II tiih.' :-UIIIUlti.;; FI".u." sSolnl

: words and resolute actions; ho is ed, "in high-class printing. Florida where trucking is done on a Fine fruit stock anti vvKftal Cur n, I l-l-;>tpd: '! : thmtj/i| | trains.", TnUman Sleop"h -
neither hot timid. in r "ittil, fI'-.i't) \'I"ittit Car, and! Free Ke
nor '
Less than mx months ago u syndicateof businesslike basis, lanils aru selling ('onlalllill74/ : acre's. 1'Iiisjnie.. fan m *
) I it i t iii'' f ,0 I II' Cms I III kfonville to Chi-
Minnesota capitalists purchased' two for more than a thousand dollars per lies nil of I tin cK-mcnts. to make i is. H II,.. ------ ''. -
guard against all whoLI Imitation.'t I *'IIMl' g ( tiis' I "-. ..n Columbus
Sf' on your hundred und twelve thoiiHand acres of acre. .ruble lir t.da"K hiiflvKrjule propo.-i- mitt' "I'iIII.fl'i : thrt'n'T 1 Sleeping Cars

I i confess all the cardinal virtues as their land ill the southern portion of this There are several parties now work- tiun. 'I 1 he (oualion, is ideal, b'inwilh.- "Why." OlndyH.. you air snolllne your iii, ,' ,,' .. 11\ '- ." ",Ii., .. Buffet ParonMlle. -

V ,,' weaknesses. --- .count,/andy the use of well-printed ing in Park Gardens improving and getting in four mll"sof Iwo (go''j
rHe who commits wrong; sows in his bookle I i and :judicious newspaper advertising 'tlieir lands in condition for trucking half a mile from statiqn( on hard loud cheeks with the sfl'ine color thnt you iM'lioniii' .!. '<,, I." i immunic'ate or any a

f have .succeeded in disposing of and farming and soon lands will with beautiful lake front of one mile nae."--Judce. I iih'I '
heart seeds -of nettles that will grow I ,
"e* Iff than hundred thousand command and fine beach with iK-liKhtl ul \ \\- I.-J-ITCT' C L.
more one acres an enormous price the building wiles' ; A., A. ,
when he is least able
; and sting him to .
-_ II. bear it. Harvest time comes..f and I it, is possible they will sell their entire opportunity for securing lands at present bou-t 240 acres of tine prairie mui k I An aspiration Is joy forrror. a ponpnslon . Me.. I-K!-1"! i Kl"' ueet, Jackson-

JL:?; --- I| holdings before the year.ends. prices will be a thing of the past. land very rich and fertile; considerable as solid us n Inndeu .'Hiu, ("'- 1 KIIT'1, A. A. C. U,

1A The way of reason is a good one, buts : The Valley Gazette is in receipt of Lands can be had on tavorable terms high pine land, witb good commercial Rot ert Louis Stevenson. 'Mo i. TAmpa, Fla.

sometimes more'long than pleasant. two of these handsomely illustrated. of payment, so that parties purchasing saw timber; 40 acres of fine hammock a a --

: --- booklets, gotten out by the Southern in Park Gardens can make the greater affording excellent orange grove land; t. _____S-% . ....,...' _,- ...---- -O

; r host arguments tend to' scatter the Colonization Co.,. owners j f this immense part of the purchase price by farming 6 acres ol well selected varieties of $ I -
I,'T I mind disturb the secretions and reduce tract of la d, the pictures in these lands before the majority of the bearing oranges, tangerines and grapefruit I $ ..0Truckini- . i

;-4 :;1 bodily vigor, but never convinces which show fruits and vegetables of almost price falls due. We can show you the one tangerine tree produced $26 I .c-

every variety" growing fields best flowing Well in Florida on Park worth of fruit last year; about 40 bearing -; -
$ Office
tr:: .4c There only one serious objection tot and groVes, 'ntf 'especially are the pictures I Gardens and with the rich, deep, black pecan trees, besid,'" a large patch I Lands .

\ Paradise:the snake.Preaching. and descriptions of the different ,, soil and a bountiful water supply, big of blackberries, tlewlwrries etc. ; la'id I i Opposite' I

,9;' ---_. -- breeds of cattle rained in Florida full money can be made by farming these fenced and cross-fencrd. This. is one I IoT ,; A 'Re.. Mate I

>- : at SL Cloud anj complete to such un extent that a lana and building up a great bu..inells.1 the. kind of propositions ,that will develop 'Srecalty", : '

,; f to here and for such fine into ,, Price .Iank
,! per-ion desiring come engage produce as can grownon great I lorlnl only jQa j-

; Sunday school) every Sunday at !9.3< ,: in that bU"lIIpl'lwlJul,1 know exactly these lands will cteute an excellent "t.iU' pier acre ; time i on half or moie if C{).

.; ... m. Preaching first and third Sundays what, to expect and what courseto demand. It. will pay you to investigate"; tlesired! This (imposition will i i arclosest .

A at J0:30am.and 6.45 p. m., avrona pUl81m 10 I It- MirretHflil.YJS Paik Gardens at onr''. in vent igni". and we Hie rriuly, i

.44W I and foftrth. Sundays! at 3 ri i. m. If it IIUJK in .udiertine, and! it al Nelson Realty e"'. to show you. Nelw.n. Realty l'i.. __ ._% -- ...-. .- %'% 4%.%% ,.

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'. Ttie-Ki&slmmefrVaileu, Gazette o' Just arrived-a beautiful. -line.. -of. .,pat-L ..Mai your choipof, thoseAmerican ; 18di'e.onJwiv.-r. I ---- .:1., b. ._ .". ". '
...-- ; Beauties. \ PASSEDNfO ETERNITY!|I TK; .t"l'dijin. ;- -AinHFANT: PRODIGY.Ir
T..L."Pf40N.; NO. tl.. I Agency of the White debted to the Hon. Mayor for such kind. < -. .,
Star .
: at the Home Laundry Don't; fail to attend the Silver' Tea a t, )I If mention and! hope that their : --
j'I) store Pbone 154. I Mrs Stanford', *. A good, lime prom- 'two' of Kissimmee's I toward, the improvement. eft'ort4.. .I Jhn EvWyn's, Tribute t. H'. ti-\: .
i isd., of this town
./! For.perfect .d.rful, Child. '
-BYW. -.- titling eyeglasses *nd will,continue to meet with I
Answer Death's : his aid andIpproval.
. sPectacles. see Ur.-P.-G.. blte. sand zens Of all the stories .of Infant marvel
EI., HARRIS. 4 I. I M,. Wr .A: Mee'ker left last hMna ...
. Muck' land riCh week for Cherokee, spend the On.:Friday.(. morning, the l ; the> most touebIng 'is that toldby, Sir
::.=--- ,==-= =-- ==:: . 15tf ," and deep, for sale by summer N. B. Carson; Pres.f ,John .Kvelyn In bin dlarjr wh d be records

1 l' NELSON REALTY Co. *, .* the soul ofJ..tN>nadu. Alfonso i f Mrs; F. C. Bryan;feec'y. In' his quilbl UJcnlned tyle tk. "

. '" r-Weather: I I Wahted-A ) ung'mIleh cow, in good The Board of 'Trade Yne U. Monday 'called before the throne on I death of hi* w.ooderful little boy f

: Reportf t'On itlQn. Address J. J.'Johl1ttQn. City; night, and the presence of every mem' ..wer*for his'acts while on NfW/ DEACONS ; ,"Died my dear, .SOB" Richard' to 4
: I bet is .
urgently requested. At the
time'of his (death Or
.' Inexpressible griefe. and affliction. *
;I j 8) or 6 doses "666" will --
o of Chills and Fever. cure any case Those American Beauties. Don't fail was 62 year of age, years and tnree days'onrlj. but at tka* '
Following are the daily tern- i I, Price. 5c.. 14-6mo to see'them.a Mrs. $ tlford''', Friday Chesshire' Gallia county, Will Be Ordained at the Baptist teo4.'.ap a" f'dIQ.tor' ritt! *nirnlnc. :

and : For Sale- Pull-bloodad evening April 22. 7th" Iff? To gWeoiilya hula Ukca
peratu precipitation an I I Barred Ply- In 188Q be moved Church Sunday. Morning H

reported by the Government'i Gilbert.mouth Rock Eggs, 16 for. Si.00 A. D. Mrs. J. E. Harris, of St. Cloud Is where -he resided until 1894 of them aDd thereby gioj to station at / i t l.a-.n. The membenhip of the Baptiit church 'God, at two and a half old .
.. pending a few days' in Plant City this Came to Kissimroee ,
week ending'Apr. 14, 1910. 1 Pennell ageut for Sayman'a Vt>ge.' week \ lawyer by profession, being recently .tar ted a' movement to elect h* could perfectly. read.> any' of T.* -
table: Soaps and remedies and five additional deacons 1'bii English Latin gr, French" o* Got>e<<
Ordw"Y'1JPlasten. ful move
MAX M1N. Mr.. P. M. Blake left on Tuesday .for practitioner uoth in letters", pronouncing' \ ; ft* lint tbr**>
1H ment
.K 4-13t-pd" bill home at' Hastings, Mich., after city. and was also an .wemade necessary vby the huuroacea exactly. Be bad before t*>*

.' Friday 92 6& I :- LaRue serves Young & Gaithcr's*j de. i spending the winter here., in real est a Beside, a growth in the population of the town fifth .,.....' or In' that yeara got by

Saturday: . 91 69 licious Tampa i ice cream. None better. ', are three sons-Clarence A. and In.the membership of the church heart almost the entire: vpcabnlarl*' rf '

i Sunday. , vK8 68 Whole"al.' or retail. tf Thad. S. Oliver is preparing operate and Earl O. -and a'mother, The pre ent number of deacon is four 'Lat1J.04 P'reocb priinltlws an*'.' '

88 62 I a dairy at St. Cloud and expects namely: C. A, Canon C. J. Woodall) words, cold make '
Monday }'or Rent to M! ready to begin business next Mon er and aRiatt'r left to conjrrnotia syntax/"
4 ., Tuesday. 84 (&SI M' I house of 7-Furnished, or unfurnished day. parture. N. G. Bryan and J. M. Willson Jr. turns English Into Latin, and 'r**. 'I
!rooms! electric lighted TheseJimr deacon r.rsa'. construe and provswhat' h.j '
with R. D.
Wednesday 74 47. throughout. Address P. O. The Collier
Box 1.46. 'held
funeral was on
16-tf. Mr. Daniel) "McCailister' formerly of and the formed read and did the government and us*
pastor recommendation
Thursday: 78 45 this place, came dowrj Sunday, morning\ morning the 16th, from the J a of rsiatlvea. verbs*, sribsitantlvea,

Wanted-A man to take charge of an Dean from Orlando to accompany Mil' )" Willie church and wa under the committee. ell.... aDd many fljnres and Uopsjsj

orangegrove. Must be reliable, com home. the. Masonic order, of which The recommendation committee carefully and mad considerable' progress la 0.-

------ petent and give'good references.' Address The Christian and. Missionary Alliance t.b een"n honored and studied the situation and) recommended menlus ,Janus, began for hl&aelt ts> .

p 0 Gazette office. 16-tf will meet al the Christian church ,. ber. l1e interment took .to the church the election of writ legibly and bad a strong' passion '

,next Tuesday night. hill cemetery. the following men to the office of deacon for Ores*. AS to his pletj.; attONiahlng -

I THE LOCAL FIELD; i monthly:An intelligent corresponding person for may newspaper earn $100 Digiring!: potatoes and picking beans Those .who knew Judge Veterann'I : A: S. Gilbert, M. J. Hicks, J. W. were hte applications! of Bert>>-

No canvassing. Send for particulars. tit in. full blast among our trucker loved him best, for they Wilder J. M. Hansel! and Joe Jeffords. tore to tile occasion. He declaims*

Press Syndicate, B 2245 Lockport, N.Y. the days and workmen are -at a pre : within him was a spirit that The church unanimously accepted thestlgJrf'sUons against T. vanltle of the world b fr*>

--.,------ mium. of its committee and elected b. had seen* say. So early knowledc -
I Mr. J. R. Powell and Mr. Dutton of .every act to "do unto *.. so..much..piety a perfection '!'
St. Don't stop at watching Kissimmee would have others do the above named neir to the 'deacon' -
t Wade the tuner. Orlando. .Cloud were in the city Monday on unto Such a chfld I never saw. and for
3 their way to Plant City to attend grow but help to make it grow faster honest office. '
themeeting was ne was a neb.. a child I bless God. I ta wi-'
Io'r Dwellings. for rent apply to M. Til- I I Fellows of. the Grand Lodge of Odd of Cy Trade attending on Monday the meeting night.of the Board a Mason qualities that I Following the apostolic custom 'tbvsemerwIll' bosom be.c..p..

at the foot of the throne of be set aside or ordained to -

Auto Livery day or night. Call S. Several real estate transfers of importance I Mrs W. S. J. Overstreet and daughter. Ruler. their office with prayer and the laying

W. Downing phone 156. "' I7tf took place this week in Kit'simmee Miss Eotelle, returned from Miami of hand Dr. H. W. Triable, president HELPING SCULPTOR. .
last week wfiere they had been visiting
Sale Six milk with which i is evidence that our Columbia will be
For T rows calves, rejativet.Mr Edwin A. Barnes. college, present '
town will continue to enjoy throughout Th F Did Fee Y. *. --
all fresh. $25 to $7.r each. /
the its to assist in the ordination of the Maomonnls. '
15-tt Z. W. BASS. summer present prosperity.M.rit. *. J. W. 'Lilly' returned to Kentucky Early on Wednesday newly elected deacons.It .
When >>...moolll-. tbs i.usds
with her sister, Mrs. Ames last
Walter instant after
Nelson and
will leave a long
FOR SALK-Six room house, to Is not often that a community has '
o move Tuesday to spend the with her week and expects to be away all sum sculptor was a young man working las ,
Edwin A. Barnes into
will trade for land. .Rumm..r passed
or parents. Mr. and Mr!'. W. L. Cort- the opportunity to witness the ordination Paris Falgulere. the famous *"r.acB
fif NELSON: REALTY Co. 68 His death
: wright, at WichIta. Mans Mr. Nelson mer.The years. of a minister or of deacon. Neither sculptor oo ODe occasion entered, hisatelter
Rev. David D. Kidd will hold
Use !Clank's Chill Tonic. Guaran will accompany' her an far as Jacksonville. services )In the Episcopal church on Sunday expected as for months. he does one have an opportunity of hearing and found there a beavttfai

teed. Price 25 cents. Sold by alii -- next. Morning prayer aVid sermonat confined to his home but the Dr. Tribble except on rare occasion Diana that bad been for months "oa .

tlrugglsti9. UI17-H I 11 o'clock. I none the less Severe to our the stocks' sod was approactaistg 'aperfeetlii
When the
Today }(ev. Snyder goes to the meting two come at one anti) '

For bargains in resident prop..tty.tru'k of the Prekbytery of Florida, which The; advent of numerous automobiles for he had 1 .spent many years the same time it affords an occasion measurably: satisfactory I*
lands and. orange groves 'call (in meets. at Winter Haven. Because of .in was honored and loved by all that the sculptor himself.Palgulere I
our town seems to have had a good ought not to be missed.
H. M. ICismmmee. FI... 4-tf his absence there will be absorbed
Breaker. no church service effect on the quality qf. the horses and Deceased 1 came to This service will be conducted in the became so in tn*
al the' Presbyterian church next mules work before him as to forget that tt.
After November 15th wood will lie Sunday. used by our citizens, as it is universally from Bullock county. Baptist church Sunday morning at ,
his Be twiRl
remarked that they the was Dot own. began to
| ]J..2fi a At ran delivered.Kissiinmee\. sided; here continually until
equal of and to in eleven o'clock. An interesting pro- and the Urnb of Diana this.
pall dainty
Lumber ('o. The wat..r in our canals ll8 skid to be I any superior many Besides. hin widow, he leaves
very low at present and. it i ift with some I UHe in other towns in Florida a fact / gram will be arranged in connectionwith way and that to punch her in tile ribs, "
J. M. Cost will repair your watches difficqlty\ steamers make the trip from ; that did not obtain mime months ago. ters kind one \On. Mr*. ROBS the ordination service and it is torn her queenly head-for Ik* wa*

docki and jewelry and will do it rightor here to points on the lower river. But Mrs. C. W. Dann and H. J. expected that a large number will be then only In clay, of cOarse ltd *u.-

refund your money. Se* him' next rains will begin ..shortly when that inCofivenlence Mr. Harry Haas of Bowling Green The funeral which occurred present The membership of the church ceptlbl to Impression*-aatU at tost -
Ohio in
door to Osreola Pharmacy. 10-tf will cead- spent Monday the city, and
during the day was shown the sights by family home in South earnestly invites all friends to be pres be had produced the very pa** lie *sslred. -' :

For Cyphers-Incubators, poultry supplies S. V. Godden of St. Cloud the Mr. Arthur E. })on"/tan. Mr. Haas in charge of the Confederate --Trser. my friend; I Uk her

and Arthur G. Dunlin strain' horticulturist left on yesterday was very favorably impressed with KisBimmee Association, of which deceased had beena ent.In addition to preaching the ordination better so." k* cried and skipped eel
White Wyandotte eggs see G. E. three weeks', trip through the and its many advantages and member .since it* organization, having ,I of the studio.
Takach. Eggs (5.UU per hundred. 5-tf stated that if he could induce Mrs. sermon Tribble will preach
and it is more than probable earned the right of membership by following H. bad really Intendad to do Mamoanle *-
that onif return." l will:! make his Haas to come he would dispose of his Sunday night at 7:30. favor and bad Indeed '
Lilt your property with Nelson Heal I home in this city. business in Ohio and move here In the the Stars and Bar into the midst Everybody cordially invited to attend a pale
him tbs greatest compliment of whtcat .
tv Co. for quick sales. They have the early fall. of bloody conflict during the
clients and can get you the value of The mar! ,io..d which tiemg builded many both of these service lie wa capable, but the young' lICul,.- .4, i
War Between
the States. His remain - - - '
any meritorious property that it desi- from St. Ki 'iniinp: i is being Mr. J. E. Pound, formerly one of the toe was la dia"ror on conanraicth
: able. 16-tf pushed] at a rapid rate. and it will not proprietors of the Valley, Uazette, but were laid to rest on the evening of the CARDS OF THANKSI .. V remodeled Dlans. with. a 'photograph >> .." ,

be long before the coi 'ncclion is made now located at Cordele, Ga. ,. was in the day of his death in Roaehlil cemetery of Falgulere staca of th'I I
Anyone anywhere can start a mail with the hard clay-rt at Shakerag city Monday visiting his daughter Mrs. .
in the presence of 4 l large number of wish to thank neighbors and same character h* found the ......*)- ,
order business at home. No canvassing school house A. D. Gilbert. Mr. Pound still retainsa my I '
lie your own boss. Send for free warm place in his -heart for Kissim- frjends; and. relatives. friends for their sympathy and kindness man had unconsciously made a prsa'a

booklet. Tells how. Heacock K 2144 'j, Mr. C. S. Swope ami family left this mee, and was very much gratified with - -- to roe in my troubles in the loss of I deal) replica of the other. Macro**. '

Lockport. N. Y. week for Ohio to the summer.Mr. the evidences of the wonderful growth! ROSOLUtIONS' little Margaret. Mas. M. F. SEARS. nice did not rest until be bad restore*!
Swope recently sold his place in and progress of the town since his residence i. : al* state to It*, original pos.
Dr. J. C. Davis, licensed optician by I the city, and purc.haned ten nt'res in the here. -
State Optical Board can be seen at Fmedale which, he will We desire to extend our heartfelt
addition .
new on
Park Hotel for glaaae.1 Headache of'I{, build a residence next fall Mr. Albert H. Wessell, of Pittsburg Of Condolence By friendship Lodge I thanks to the people of Kissimmee for .|Dlv l< His cad a PI"

years standing relieved with glasses by \i Pa., who purchased property here last No. 10 Knights of PythiasNot their acts of kindness during the Bin,. nice the negro mlnatrsl oeM .
Dr. Davis. Eyes tested free. ion t Mr. and Mrs W. !" spent Sunday July brought Mrs. Wessell down last many i to fell the story of a Doan who picked .. .
neglect your children's eyes.. 14-tf I I and Monday taking/: in the sights of week on her first visit to Kissimmee. a matter of record on the fatal illes!. of our husband and fath.!!. ,. OR''a pin aa be was leaving tile offle / *
and St. Petersburg and 4r. Al- She.:was II" much pleased they Mrs.. Julia A. MJnx
Tampa purchased minutes of Friendship Lodge No. 10, of a great merchant after an anacescfuL **- ,
Twenty-five to thirty-five per cent i yea. left on Wednesday for a stay of a more property in Kisaimmee Leslie R Minx quest for>> work. Tbmao ,
. reduction on spectacles and eyeglasses few days on'the farm of the New Eden Gardens adjoining their former purchase Knight of Pythias, but as a means of Clarence A. \
'. Minx chant the man's action frost
; ... for the next thirty day Over five Plantation Co. at Lake\! Center of which and have already had twenty conveying to our bereavedbrother :: seeing .
L .. hundred pair to be sold at cost. All new he I* manager.: , S aires enclosed\ with' a good wife fence.prf''ry something 'of an expression of* our feelings ... Earl &.. ,MinI! ;. : the window. called him back and gar
"" .; ood' -1' him employ menu which kindness lie
; If you want a cheap pair ora / .lo building a handsome towards him and his loved In ,
!1'! ','' \ good pair Nieap, come in amf see abopt. The Valley Gazette acknowledges the home. '. the. ones I take this method of extending my repaid by becoming owner of tb* tsar-: '_ ,
it. Satisfaction jaranteed. i recipt of some splendid M,ecimens of this, hour of their deep affliction sincere thanks for the acts of tire business .In an Incredibly short -
DR. P. G. WHITK. i Irish potatoes' from the field of Mr. S. It JK learned that Id ra. I. W. Pi Hey do we ad )pt these lesolutiorm us expressive many time.
12tf Kissimmee. Pla. j B. Aultman the ground in which will soon begin the construction of ahapdsome kindnes .an sympathy shown me by
they to Home extent of those feelings Hilly used to cud his story by. sayIUK -,
'jCn' thi tirst: two-story ricli building on the good people of. Kissimmee during
broken 101'
I being < timejust '
and be tried that acbem one
('lly"rop'rty." We have !0xl50 feet |I I ninety days ago. Mr Aultman is Broadway next to Kntz store on the ; trust their conveyance will the recent illness. and death of my 'ht'I I that -
MI I pi" nor ''oration I I I, one :3, another K room shipping, his potatoes t,' "- \'. ...-k, and is site now 'o ,,'uJl.llIy wood.-n Illrt1ctu.II. serve to comfort those bereaved ones loved wife. w lien be was look lug fur work droppluu ,
house for sa'e' at $4HHI.H()() ) or will deal'! receiving) fa.>>('y pric.'".- which will make that side of Broadway in their Borrow. I !F| a pin carefully on the floor .abe
for I land and jfive, or tiike ti I ITt'retire an all l brick or concrete from W. B. Makin- Whereas Brother Sincerely, I entered. Ue stated his want to
I W. J. Sears is
Die merits of the, cane may demand. Tin- extent to wmcii, KiHKimrnee'Hfarnv son (>). 's establishment to Waters & I CInfenrc A. :Yinx.1 the proprietor' iwho not only had n*
_.- I 11 onsen will! pay good intercut on theinvestment i Ia. .sprvadjng to the outside world ("arson's" grocery house a distance'of and has for many years been n true and employment to offer him bat remarked .' ,

and grow in value.Ifttf thrnntli the Valley Ca7"1waR/ maniJ'festeiT -' four blocks. conscientious member of -this lodge, as i ; ";Please allow us space to offer our to bis partner as Rlc picked up. ,.
N :I.S..N H .:AL'n Co. \ last week in one rt' officer efficient in ; '
every way Thanks! to the of Kissimmee. and the pin:
of people
there. J. M. Willson. Jr. 'sold to The.iinuig: turnmer haH not by
Little farm inxidc city limits, plenty I' I lien from I the Panama Canalone) ., Connccliiut par.I -- any meaiiH ( lit.> .... the'. .:aise (If stack and l has 'rttrved the lodge and the Fraternity -i Shingle Creek for their kindness) shownus "Suj It thaj fellow's; so small a. tosteul

ri'um for four: make 'CMM! rental houses I and Pitl I bur I I'a. work III 111,' 111I11<11111{. line ts new in all things to the very )best at the burial l of our. daughter and a pin off the floor bow mu.cb"
flouting I I i on marl I road and nilllcient | houses are being built. an fast ad material of hit. ability, find I you thiiik be'dlpaetUlnJ tIll?'

land (eft I to do ronsidi'ralih', eirdi-niijr.;; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. "Prenlii-s, ...fot.:i: . call be gotten theie being at present Whereas brother has granddaughter. --- --
'I wo houses and fine shluV.) Kxct-llt'iit) Cloud!, were in I I the city Wednestlay I on as many at- t w..nlyuod and substantial ,,_ our always Mr' Lena Harper .
loi'ation t ; j just the place for retired I farn'er. 1 the. r WilY to their old home in Steuhenvuli. houses III course of construction been among; the nrst'to offer 'a consoling l- If. A. Mulhews. Damascus, "Cit, of Maglo." 7*

We want twshnw von I tin- nm I Chin, ,, to spend, the, hiiinnier.' Mr. I and several very handsome find word and act to others in their bereavements An orteutal city of, magic! called up
Ifilf" Nl- 1.-., ;i. Iti' Co. 1'1', !'i I"I ih4* I IIIH': recently I I had :i residence costly ones will I I I l h. commei.eed in a fewdays. and trouble, by a slave of the lump to realize! once
i i.. ,lit nl' Si i Cloud.- I will return' in the I AWe wish to heartily! thank our friends!' drench of I he orient: a city ethereally ,
Fine Farfn and Grll' i-. 110( aciihfront early J lull.Mr. . our Heavenly; } mfj-f-jj' mil on ,couth hho-'i, uf: f" e Mr. 'J. 11 Kst: ". nf Kei-ne Valley, N. dm'th all things well has seen wine in in ," "
lik.iO; iiii a's line fruit land; 2<4I> lun'silofanpfe -;:. AJIirmirFerrja: of Piixton.,; I III., Y. who has been spending' / the past His good 1'rovidencu to,, take to His I sympathy thi:" season of our bereave. lo be blown away by a breatb like s\ '

ti I and griipe fruit trees i in I bi'iu-i n ,ached i Kissmimoe 1 on yesterday. for a several"weeks in our city left for his bosomIt'\ \beloved! child of brother ment. tuft of thlKtledowu. not white but
inif. 40( iicres mink land( very" rich, and'i stay of a 10 .ip'e of weeks. I It is pn>baalile home on Wednesday.. Before leaving our Mrs. E. A. Barnes_. and Family. delicatelyhiitIe with a pallor holding 't ,,.
productive' ; raised over 1X)( 1 bimliels of ?Mr.l .Ferrin. will i I I turchasi> !property he called al I this office and subscribed. ,, where now resting/ and enjoyingall - -- ---- the faintest hint of a seasbell flush;; a ':

corn :I tK( ) but-hels' potatoes to the :u-rc ;in I Hiis vicnnlv I anil I m.ike hw, winter for the (;az..tlt.11111111/' that he was the pleasure of her early gotten reward Public: Notke.: city nleiider calm almost mystic In lie

last yeiir. ArteHiiin will on farm, de holnt, among us 'in tii.* fuuie delighted! *with I our climate i and people' and ''''..k nink those she left to Those who contemplate sidewalk fragile grace set la be bean of a
I land. I IfIOU wiint, etljing I and would probably return in the I tall laying I
)101 on son : j follow; therefore' he it great wonder of creeu. a maze of
1 The )I'IIIHI-\\' '' fixtures .(at the present time or in the future
ni'li and a real snap' you will havJ: to i are now to make a longer slay '
Imrry.' This wont \lanl IOIIR; it is ,xtlie I being installed I, i i iti the. new banking J i room Resolved That this lodge dies\ hereby ) should paue and) consider the advisability bright and ardent woods, beyond

fiMindation, to a furl 1110.Intl of the :State; liank of Kis.xinitnec, and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Saunders of convey if only in this formal manner of placing a length of water willed |leI the desert ..pllf.-tt a ifDamascus ,
NKUKON UKAI.TV( Co. Cashier N. B. Carson expects to move Providence, I K. l 1. will leave forborne from the qiountato of Jebel' '
in next Tuesday on which' day business today, after a brief visit to relatives in its deepest sympathy' for our pipe first, to be connected later oil with kasynu It holds one almost breathless .

FOR. :SAI.K; -(!74 acres excellent' land will l be. susfiendeil, in the bank on account the city. Mr. :SaunderH; is a brother of brother his wife and other loved ones their house and the Water main. seeu Ibnn from afar. Robert '

witli" over II mile frontage on Fish I Lake of a legal" holiday. :' Mr. W. W. Saundern, of the Valley/ in their time of trouble and do pray The Pioneer Plumbing Shop will sell lllcbeu In Century.

with, beautiful beach. Op thij\ trurt of I Ilanil I Mr. /II. O.'Baum of Eden Pa., a>- Gazette impiessed force with arid Kixsimmee lie wax so favorably his that the Great Healer; will w th a generous and lay such pipe where the city levelsare -' . ,I.',.
I during
land I we have llijrh pine I land lmmmo( k ', ri. ed! in I the city I Wednesday night and short stay that he purchased fiorXy and loving hand. app'lv the soothing established at little expense, at the A Permanent Position. .."

0'' UIIIC", rich trees deep in prairie bearing muck and lund several'noine '| ,will remain several weeks. Mr. Baum acres fiom J. W. Miller, east of town balm for all wounds helping themto same time booking (.as per agreementat "Mr. Smith." spoke up th* j uaglawyer. < .-'4-: .

acres of'ullalfa sowed. TliiH in a firstclass -' I|' is a great enthusiast over KiHsimmee's on which he may decide to build a home rise above their afflctions and be a uniform charge) orders fVMp--fulvire "I 1 come here as a repre: 'iiia- ''; ,
high grade ptoposition worthy 1 inliind(and predicts town in Florida It will within be the two largest and. 10'.ale.... with us permanently. drawn by Him into His ways in the work that may be contemplated at the ptiTe-ol-r< ur-nelKlibor. T u '70l1..*. with

a investijation.; Location is goo ] years t'me.' He will he rememberedby Mm. Z. Baruger who came a happy completion the water mains or be
0 within 4 miles of two flood towns and i I many t,( our people as one of the to Kissimmee last summer from Oklahoma and glorious reunion in heaven, with elI fore. Let us work sensibly and con Win.'
right/ nt railway station. Marl road i "I. congratulate yoL" answered hit
'orator* at the barbecue tendered the and during the fall moved to St.
those loved
ones have before with
will junctively each
soon be built along side of this gone on other now from "
one Smith 00 obtaining so permanent a
old' soldier' colonists last October.We Clout( where they have four sections
farm. Favorable terms of payment can and four town lots, were in the city the start thereby assisting i each other. job at surd an early' stage In your ea- "
he had. Cone, let us show you this I would suggest/ to the members of Wednesday transacting buniness Mrs. Be it further resolved That a copy "Live and let live. Leer "Success Usgacine.Th -

You farm and its numeric* advantages. the Board of Trade to discuss, at the Ba.;ager wan in extremely poor health of these resolution be sent to Brother THE PIONEER PLUMBING SHOP, '. 1'--
can deal with the owner direct. meeting Monday night the advisability when they here but .
f 16tf NEI.SON REALTY Co. [''of, beginning at once to devise means recovered.,' therefore haa they completely are Sears and family a the Kissim At 'Makinson's Old Packing House, P. O. Gasaipsr '' .

.-J I FOR for the proper accommodation and comfort in the front rank of Kissimmee boosters mee Valley Gazette for publication Box No. 62fi. 17-2t "They say. *be will nd elgossip"

miles from SALK-180: acres 'of land 4 1-4 of the hundreds of people who will and say that this ia certainly the and a copy be spread upon the minutesof n -

I orange grove Gabrella in good 4 condition.acres bearing..Timber come to Kissimmee. next fall and win Garden of :Eden of America. this lodge, Notice to fisherman "Well. 1 gvess the Jobbers In that .-i ';. 4'

has been boxed but not cut. Sort ) ter. Mr. C. W. Ward is in receipt of a Roma Thomas, Notice is hereby given that the Isw community" will. \ be able to handle nroutput.

especially adapted to growing citrus ( Mr. and' Mrs. Jas. E. Davis and Mrs. handsome booklet printed on highly B. C. Miller against seining the lake. of this county -Louisville Courtor-JoarnaL -

fruIts. Some._ fine muck land. Good Davis' mother Mrs. Boggs, after calendared paper, with pictures of rare A. H Jarrell, will bereafter b. strictly enforced. All I
diainage through this tract of land: two spending the winter among us, left flowers from foreign countries, gotten parties interested will take notice and A Tip H* "Wanted."
!good' lakes adjoining property furnishIng home at Sharon, Pa., on Tuesday. out by Ralph M. Ward & Co., of New Artist Ho burglar. who I Is .making 'I Iaway
splendid protection; $2500.) ) We. also On his arrival' here la-'t fall ,Mr Dnv'i-* York of which firm Mr. Ralph/ Ward. RelunTlhanks /govern themselves accordingly.C. .
V.1TS. with
,,1II1..Unp.Irby!: tha" ImWa
have lu acres of land on- marl road 1 II 4 built a houseboat and he and his fumdy'"P""t ' son of C. W. Ward, is at the hp ld. F. PREVATT )
miles. from Corpora 1 limits of Kissim- most of the winter cruising''' oil 'I 1 hihirm'1 handles extraordinary:' horti- Whereas the lion. T;' M. Murphy -----Sheriff rou 'h..ld manage to dispose -, '
III. . 4 acres of bearing, C the from this Lake of hem would" you mlud seeding DM! ,
Ifi'ove, acres waters city to Oke'rchiliee. cuiiinal products of all kinds, and Mr. Miss Willie Dean of Orlando was ,
truck land and 4 timber. I DHV'IS mnyor'of our town in his message under your cuHioiiier'n addnimY Life.
acres SomeI Mr. a quired considerable hlh!| Ward recently made a trip to the welcome visitor of Mist, Anna Me-' p
I, peaclr und plum trees-- Leautnulfl property in K 'ssirninee during the .11' I ,.in,, in which he secuied a la ge collection -,I date April 4. 1910/ made appreciative Calli ter! of this place Saturday and -
I iide. H\ nom house, needs' repairs. past tliree, months, v. hlrh I.e uil. Ije (into of splendid specimen 'of mention of the efforts. made by the Sunday. I' Had Shown Good Sanaa. .
Knee j ___ '
llltf $2't.m.!( /; on half ifjlesired." improve on hid eturn visit here inNovember. UK n being featured in the liulds fn ladi8 of the V I. S. FOR SALE- Hewllt TluM. rl"<-|1\ nlll r 6IELSON: HioAI.TY Co. !> large safe, cheap.
Will. li they were grown. in this booklet. I Now, therefore .be it resolved that 16tf C. W. Ward. . lei lite herr fits daughter ;;';..
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.(J See Our Goods !' i f' FOR THE-WflITEFLY. (flf You Have Scalp or :Hair Trouble, ., .

-: I aI Take Advantage of This Offer., r .
. /j We could not afford to no strongly en- A' OF' -
( Thp'Hpring'brood of whiteftieu! i is nply" .....
I done Reiall ."93', Hair Tonic'tnd continue -
< on the wing,.and the problem of how to
And prices before buying. We are .
.4 get to sell it aa we do if we were not.'cert.ln' ,
these.peels. again presents Itself
check ,
1 l ,the Originators of Low Prices Though the spring is doubtless not so. that it'would do all we claim it -* WILD ANDlUNCULTHrATED: LANDS .
will. Should our carry ua
in Kissimttiee. in which to the
good a season spray
away, anal:\ Rextll '?93": Hair Tonic not
whitefly aa fall and winter, it is easy to
--. [ give entire satisfaction to the users; Orange Groves Farms and
reduce its numbers considerably byspraying ,
1 r, jthew would lone faith in us'and our >... .r

Ii 4 > WE SELL. ,. ('soon after the they young have hatched.scare-like larvae i'.I statement, and In consequence our business . Gardens that will be disposed of on the

'Apron . . . .' . .6 tt> io'c per yd In localities where the fungi! have noC prestige would suffer. ; MS'
1 Ores. Ginghams 71. 12+c per-yd 1 Therefore, when we.assure you that MOST REASONABLE TE f.
40-in. Unbleached Selecting at. : 7Jo} per yd given satisfactory results and the trees i i I if your hair is beginning to unnaturally .. .
: Calico atr 5 tn 7c per yd + are out of condition, or where the owners !
Shirting ,
I fall out, or if have scalp trou- ALSO
4 a Quilt Ijining at . . . 5c per yd.Hest have a preference for using inseeticidal i1 i- you any
1)1.-. KpxHll "fti": : HairTomo'will
6 to 7c pwr'yd promptly
Calico J '
1 sprays, soap Rotations or tmulsions I II
*-v- <& 100 piece. Dress Goods from 15-fo 75c'' per yd !' of oils ran bo employed with xntIsfactory orailiraUdamlrutr, stimulate hair ( TRACTS IN PROSPER COLONY
41 w Poplar Cloth.atieorted colors, at. 25c per yd \ /growth and prevent proinaiuri>alilnrnn,
( Check Homespun- Ii to He per yd 0_ resulU. An stated. in former. .
you may reel assort. that w? know
Outing l'lannt'l. 7 to lOc per yd bulletins, wliale-oil soap, 1 pound' to 9 '
I' t .- Elegant Line Curtain Goods. . 7 to i> gallons of water, gave good r,. uI4wh"'I1'lIppli",1 what *<' HIV talking alx>ut.: I ,? the Place that is Becoming .
< Elegant Line Serpentine) Cro'!toe .it 20 to 2.V per yd wliiU'- Out rtf 0110 hundred) teat cam-H. Itexatl l Famous for Growing-
Table Linen .'5c to ?1 per yd to the jUHt-hatchi t I':.
!93: Unit Tonic >vi"ntire watinfaotion -
' Bent Galatier Cloth at "c per yd flylarvae and to young larvae less than' i
/ I I in iiincty-thn' ci: ,,oi>. I It t has IHVMI and all other varieties of
Table rifle yil larvae'three Celery
Felt( 54-in. .::01 per about .three weeks old. For Vegetables
Table Oil Cloth at 2T>e per yd I proved that it will! grow han C'\'I1'OIl .
( weeks old or more, the Mtrongfr
"' Linen Crash at . .1" to lf> per ydj : bald hvatls, whets of course, the baldness : ,
!5 to Kc yd solution of I pound l to I ti! /gallonH m to I la.Preferred. '
Cotton Crash per
I liiul) not I-KIHU-I for HO 1 long a time
+ , The Famoua Hub Dry Towel: at 38c to 75cLadies' '
that tin follicles, which anI hi" roots
Waists 50c O ,
4 Shirt UI'Ladi. Common l laundry soap, .such R".0'I3-
.. WrappersLadies . tic up,. |, of the hair, hail not UtM'onu abs.ilutsly!* !
a 'SkirtsLadies' to tin eachr ICon .soap, gave slightly. better results 1\\f.'"'H-.. 1'W. L. VAN DUZOR
Petticoats . . >(K- to $R each than soft whale-oil soap. Cbmmon snap i !
. Kexall "HI"! : Hair Toino' i IK vastly lif-
. .> $5' lx when .mall
Ladies' I Raincoats \up may employed only a

'l Ladies' Coat Suits .. .. . . . .,. $9 up number of tre..>* are t IA t be treated, ilK in fere'ntfrom" other similar'cparatioim.Yftf' 1 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA y
Ladies' Vesta. 10( ,to 5Oc i house. believe that it will to more than I .
a lotGolddush '
> .d Ladies' Kimonas 25c' to $I.M) each any other human .iency toward r..tor-I. 1
j Pure Linen Laces . 5 to 2T! r5i ; washing ,powder has been |
12 doz. Buttons for ' O used by some growers, apparently .Rh'' ing hair growth' and hair health It is i

Gold Eye NI"t'dI..iip..r paperLadies' ; results. but I' not greasy and will not gum the scalpor I E .. 4
goal ; my experiments show THE$ PIONEER" PLUP1BIHGSHOPS" S :
'.' Coats and Sweater", at popular pncex low that 1 pound of good whale-oil hair or cause ,ix-rmanrnt stain. It i iH I -
Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously pricesA as pleasant. . to use aK pure colii waUr. .
beautiful Line of Ribbons" Dress Trimmings, etcAbove gallons pf water is. as effective as 1 ,
i Our faith in Kexall 'W: Hair Tonicin
t w.; have given you prices on a.ry few items in our pound of Goldduat to I' w> strong that we ask to try it
immense and! well selected! stock. consists of soda you I
washing a.nd. KISSfMMKK: AND: ST CLOUD I> '''V**** .*-
'on- our positive guarantee that your ... ] .
d?" t '. tours tor good goods ana low prices.95c soap, and a similar and efuallyeffecive'\ 'I ,
will bt cheerfully refunded without
mixture' may be made from 1 pound, of !i iwhuleoil money

: H.C.S-TANFORDCO. i or laundry soap with 3 pounds. | question or quibble if it ilotM not do( SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUOQ ;!
as we claim. Certainly we ran offer no
of washing soda (sal sodg) dmsolved I in i
16 gallons. of watei' i i .stronger argument )It I comes in two' 1 I 7fie .\\r"n- nicer. t/tf Rtfler ,"firntmMfM/iHjnn. )l'; fan Siipp 'n I:

size*. I price M cent and $I.()(). Remember
Several miscible oils have given excellenl I ;.
results for spring and summer you can obtain it only at our I-H. EDMONO SWABEY. RHOPRietO:
I store Tile Kexall Store Otreola Phar '
spraying when suliiciently f diluted no as N -
""' ---'--',NV.HaaKHw--aHM1 1vwa.v. $ rnacy jI
not to injure the fruit or foliage; and I I : ..
f T:3&iI')1 tte'Ii $ these era at the same time somewhatmore CALL fOR ELECTION I - ; 1
effective than soaps against TWO THINGS YOU SHOULD TAKE

--- DcaUrs I.I inFANCY Spraying should not be done when .
1 1 large numbers of the winged whiteflie* i for Nomination of Democratic; Can- ,

GROCERIES .1$ are swarming nor before the egurs are didate for Congress ADVANTAGE OF TODAY '.

Ii hatched; for many of the adults would :

GRAIN AND ( We solicit, part of your trade fly away uninjured and return later on :. To the Democratic VoU'rnof the Second

w l . Congr.onal J Dmtrict of Florida:
$J. Country Produce $ to deposit. their eggs./ Tluo eggs are not .
FEED OF ; The Campaign Committee of theDemocraticCommittee Open an account in Our Savings Department r
extent by -
$ Hides and Furs s destroyed to any large arraying

..i ALL KINDS $:\ Bought and Sold. fQ "ol llonfl. Ten to fourteen days after J . J Dintnct. of of the the State SecondCongiessiotial of in which wtf pay 4wr\ rent.
the of the
disappearance spring -
i Phone 61. -- -- KISSIMMEE $ brood of adult whlteflies. the eggs. laid Florida, hereby grew notice an follows: A"d rout a Safe Deposit in our 'aullI I Ii
Q C Firiil A election ,for thenomination
I KNN'NWN------N'KNIINMKN'N'a1N N'N11 laid! by this brood will have haj.d.d.anti :'ot'a primary Democratu. rmididate ..I which is churned, ( -with electricity and
the larvae will then be ,
young quitereadily
for (V>ngresn Inn said! district 1o I is absolutely burglar; proof. .
killed! by insecticides. By careful .
j I the 62nd ('.ongrews .of the United.] States I
& G W. BASS spraying grower can destroy up to
.Z. W.
will Ix- held. on the 10th iUof May A.
95: per rent of th"Kp'OUnlC: larvae Hetherefore I I D. 1910 1 j DO IT TODAY ..

t has. it in his power to nearly ...
Second,l. An elei-tinti of a I Democratic ,
free his, grofrom the pest. for the
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS I .oiigrciMioiisI. Committee for .said, disi I
i time heingf With large trees, the |percentage
j i trict well h.l held Oil the '10th day of i Bank of
j killed! will of course be less.ow- Citizens Kissimmee l
Wood Brick or Stone I I ing/ to the difficulty ol. spraying; but I May A. D., 4910.\ to l lie composed' of one
member from each Maid dial
I .
i I county in -
should only 75 per (bent of the larvae l>edestoed
I trict. to be cluMien 'ly tlie Democratic. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. PRESIDENT: .
it will be sufficient\ to save I t J

\ TO GIVE-PERP'eCT SATISFACTION the trees from serious injury.. I voters-of each county respectively l : W. H. NOiRTQN..CASHIER. w

'.' GUARANTEE- Such spraying as is here recommended .I Third. The rule governing the State I -. '- -., -. '. -- -I'I

a --::;-.- "'ia not intended to eradicate thewhitefly primary electiOllto promulgated/ by ,. "

.It 1.. . the Democratic Sttittt Cemmifeeahall. .. .. . .. i'
. .
!, Kissinfmee .Florida t hut_to reduce it to a compara :- '0. "7: ,'t... ;" '- -,'- -- \.-' r' :-:-,. - -

,i;. -'''' ;,: r';' i lively' insignificant l .,.remnanM. atuch 11 control .in the primary'election: 0( a ................................... .................................

_. __ .,.... __ _.0. ... __ ._ ,. _, _ ..._. _. .spraying. It 'ill hardly-practicable}) toeradicate nominee for Congress and the selectionof : I. .
a Democratic Congressional: Committee WHAT IT MEANS : '
it bv any means yet known -
,. ; r where applicable and, not iiiconxiHtent : nnnrqd, .,) k'w"lilt a H." 1..1 r, 1i'' n.. ''h,' .1.el.. '. .1rtw'en.benk -.
but it is possible I to (nTtr.ol it. ,. ..
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with sp....i'';** reijuneinontof t thiscommittee -- or ) "?'''1'01" I 01 I 'Of.i ' "Iii tInr" .e.1al. S
I II the Hpra\ing IH done, (thoroughly' : AIJ."KKIAI'I''A'I .t\n.) .1.1'1.1.' I .rim i

V Pic-Nic Hammocks t this, tpiing. it may not l I.e necessary ll> 1 t "".fun i Ittit, pn ti'lifnwit ihn dip. ...n.rr I r,.nn I 1",, 110. r""I"I ,. I lire :arcs IL .. he :
work beforenext (fourth. Any wliiU- n'rum'rllt1'| I/ I I 1 t r prneerilon l Sclqn.anrS h..1 i Tut-1 h.tuk ti."ot :
tin any further "repressive .
sassing. ; the necessary legal (|ualificatioiiH I I i 1'"Itftl. ..r Date.() ) 0)la : .
October or No\tmbor) except that' relay. 'II.1101 nl m) _
r the for representative in the Congressof I I 'I.a hohr.en'... lI..h,11l1 "....11011.( .. : ;. .
1 the fungi may lie spreail during/ |>epiiHJ I
i A st'I'on( KiTvIfciiblo IluntA the United States from Raid district ,
1 .
of summer rains if the whitefly A \ooot&af\ .11 IbIxpa' "" :
I SPECIAL mock\ good gT-tH abundant I I. may "become a candidate for the nomination -I I j 'I I'his inane thAi we nuit Io4iU < 51 1 ,.'..'.'.' "fnre oar drpoaltors, could, \". a .'' '.
| ; quality. ouuvas, i soon in said ,primary" filing Q. This 'protfvtloii I U (for 1'nt'. eSTATE ,
P In October or November, or after I
well inndi', very comfortable; with the chairman of this committee, KISSIMMEEI
the fall brood of adults has wholly = J JK.'M.
via Hon. G. L. Baltzell, at Fernandma-
,, each Hammock put. up III an I disappeared!, the trees may be sprayed :
Fla., or before the llth day of .. I ;
on '
I R4owlo. :
fwltClE. : ;
individual bag of matcrnl again unless the fungi Ie.
smile April A. D., 1910. a written statement "l
keeping the insects sufficiently in A. CAR"OS ,1"l1S'M. LEE: N. B. CARSON
as lnllll1ck. j aa required by law of his 'purpose to be I'reald".., V\.P".I id.nt Couhlep 11
PRICE 61,50 check during the summer. After the such candidate, which statement shall :.p.-wfat -......-....._..................-.!' .ot>.
fall spraying, it will not be necessary
indispensable ou Hunting be signed by him and shall be accompanied "
tlr until the following Apr 1 or
\ + spray with Three Hundred and Seventy- 4
1 : I. trips, Cruises, Camping Partios May. By following out these recommendations Five Dollars an an assessment to aid in r1M' 4NN VMINMA MiV N111A.N14N'NN'NN KMNN1 ,

and ric-nies. the can protect his i
of holding said pri-
; trees from injury by whitefly fairly defraying expenses

',t.;, Mall Orders solicited and carefully (nll d.i well whether the pests in neighboringgroves mary Fifth.election.Candidates for membershipon f Do You Appreciate li ]

i Send money and order direct. to UN.Eichelberger are controlled or not. The secret the Congressional Committee shall
)I consists simply in destroying the
f not be required to pay any assessment. S ACCURACY ,
I greater number of each and every Committee will I. ,
Sixth. This canvass
i f t 11NNVN4NNA brood of larvae as 'noon aa it develops the returns of such election and declare S PROMPTNESS, : i J

whether the whiteflies that laid the eggs the result and will in due season issue

from developed instructions awl promulgate rules PURITY, # : .
migrated adjoining groves or .
& Co. from larvae bred in the trees. thereto.of COURTESY 4
Gray I the power given us under the l lard
'> ) This can be done \>y spraying in Aprilor and rules of the Committee this 10th. 5
\ May; again, if necessary, in June or day of March and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING you have the Best j! ;

S July, and again October or November. 1910.G.. L. BALTZELL Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone us your wants, I[ 'i(.

:" SOUTH FLORIDA'SLARGEST Spray eachbrood of young larvae as Ch'm.Cam. Com. of of Dem. and we assure you that satisfaction wtll. be yours.: ,., -
Dist Fla.
Cong. Com 2nd Cong.
: : HOUSE FURNISHERS I soon aa it is hatched, which is about ten
Q . Attest: j
J. 1.0- fotirtaerLjdays after each brood of JESHK E. BURTZ. Secreta'rv.Quaker i KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. i '

1101 franklin Street Tampa flor'ida I winged whiteflies has disappeared. Phone 41 < '
I In localities where the fungus diseases I i ;
of whitefly have given definite results, \ Oatsis

growers will probably prefer to depend I 1 M'N11KWYa NKKNN'N1 N"-W-N-K11'NYNNI' Sf #1 1f 1et

upon these and should bear in mind that the world's food- '

A FULL AND COMPLETE; \ LINE OF they can greatly assist the fungi by artificially .

>' introducing and spreadingthem

especially during the period of Eaten in
"Office Furniture and Fixtures- every SUNNY SOUTHSTABLES ;
summer rains. If it is intended to introduce :

STATIONERY BLANK BOOKS. fungus in April or May. periods country; eaten by 'I

,r of rain should be selected; otherwise it infanta athletes '
-- is generally best to wait until the timeof GEO. W. OVERSTREET, Prop. ,iM, 'i

the summer rains.-E. W. Berger, and old. .

( "_ VERTICAL FILING DEVICES in Florida Agricultural Experiment Station young Miis(

Livery Sale and Boarding i
y' MOST MODERNS Press Bulletin No. 149.Photography. the .
'- -- Recognized as= ,

inaq rated a Mail Order Department faire trot -you can great strength Well equipped with: New Stock and Vehicles and pre 1

S with me try nail with the same assurance of ment as you 1 am prepared to make photograph pared to meet all demands'Cwtth# perfect satisfaction. I

1, a 4, would cacao by personal pnrchaae.A of all kinds at my studio located just builder. .
--- above the Midland Ry.. .n Broadway, andJBoarding (
.. /p 410 FRANKLIN STREET Delicious and oooaomilal.hwll Heavy Hauling Horses a Specialty. \ .t
} or will go anywhere to make uUidriewa. .
&.R; TAMPA. fLA. PrieN.on.ble.. =p4 a i a ad *.

J. A. LANCA8TICa.l BROAD\YAY-- -. P.HONE 102 .

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.kN oogI After that announcement,wAliee: mov C, A. CARSON, President f t3aV'AN SECRCTART.

_. -' : YOU can come' to ., ,. s I The Line I Io 'I.' ed caret aatlon'on rapidly.Jetted either Matthew film side and forbad their without troth It. expU MMI was'' The Waters' & *Carson ft' '

2 '0j awoken.dtx : .
KISSIMM .1,: '. ....eek.'.bId passed lose that mfc.. "

t 1 Table night, and bo' bad scarcely, .

. .. 2 I \ FROM --,, 10 j of March j j'j .caught.....'distance a glimpse, of until her face that save morning at a Grocery, : Company

10' I when she came ,lnto..ula D \-ature.. It
.: : KANSAS CITY : c "A 5t.. PatrWk's t>ar: ;4t' .' ry g Two week, drugged cowl)]'' by, aDd! .... i Wholesale and Retail Dealers In-- < '
0' the uorulug of St. Patrick' day; found
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-AND o Matthew Golden 'himself in "GROCERIES'
RETURN arraying
FOR. : g ,
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tbe splendid uniform of the; Faithful
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$30.00 and:spend 25 days g., Bon of St. ".1 rtck. He dwelt'wretch..I.
p ..)'ri...., UM, by .Aa rtca Praa, the
diy ou same anniversaryyear
ralr tf.4't '
O As.oolatlos g
'ago, when Margaret bad stood on the WE SELL
:' Lon Bargains .. time to Investigate the best + OOOOOOO00000000000OA000OCMatthew, curbstone and waved a green aDd gold WE BUY y

-Acre-Tr'ncfH, Town Lots 4- Golden rearranged thuaiewspapert flag as.he passed by. It bad been the HAY: .. "

and Country Property the and periodicals on his 1 I happiest day of bU life, for that very GRAD<< : HIDES.;.. ''
: Z counter Into their customary order veulug be bad nuked Margaret to "
state for
sale by March Issues of the Ladled Own Periodical ;i-marry him, and .he had consented. By FURS'd 1..
; contract today would_ be the bitterest FERTILIZER :
: : W: S.: ALYEA confronted him. There on th.'j be, would.ever oow. ,. SHINGLES WOOL
cover encircled ,by a wreath of shaonrocks .tr"t. II _
.He strodedown the admired
S OFFICE, PARK HOTEL, KIS31MMEE, FLOIDA"' i was Margaret blot-black Devlin's mist of teautlfnl balr.-t-. many feminine eyes and quite uuCODsrlouI ORANGE BOXES AND ,' ,:'y nVEOETABLE
Irish face
I I of anything except: tbe event (:
NNN......NNNNNNNNew fbryetmonot eye fringed thickly; with I I tbat would occur at 9 o'clock. A' little ORANGE WRAPS ALL

Hack 1 lashes saucy; nose and smiling I[ past that hour the parade would march COUNTRY'PRODUCE

__, ____ u__ __ _.__ __ ,. ____ ,___ _ red' lips. i down the avenue peat the very portalswbeuce.irfraret CRATES ,
The name of the artist was fantastically .! would emerge changed CRATE NAILS .

: ; blurred Into the background I in brflue forever.' .

Meat Market yet It waa clear enough for Matthew's I. Trumpets blared drums' rattled Bfea ;;
rippled a* the several bands of music We sell) field and
Jealous styes to decipher "Conner garden seeds or all kinds. ..
His land. clinched "....elf. Be knew: fell Into place. There were hoarse We (rive" epeclal attention to fitting out hunting and camping
commands, the snuffle of countless feet
o New. York Avenue, Opposite the Bank. dames by \cbt-aillf.\ hulking, redheaded parties. I" -
OB the pavements; shrill cries from the
artist from tbe top floor.of tbe throne fathered about and the parade Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12. l

First-Class Meat Cutter in Attendance Beef, e t.4Uo-bunding'around the corner. He started. we are coubty agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular 'IJ. ,t
Fresh-Pork and Mutton Always on Hand. had walked past twice wltb MargaretDevlin. A. they; neared St. Francis granite and prices on fertilizers :r:
Once there bad been a little
I bulk Matthew's heart almost stood l
thin faced girl wltb them-some new lutist.I Be prayed bard that be might\ r
MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY. friend of Margaret's. whom Matthew bo spared the sight of Margaret's wedding V
-- Aid not know. party emerging from the church. A. CARBON, J. A. CRAWFORD. i I .. IJ..u.: ...... \
MT. Just then- tbe door opened, and be I s I The uniforms of the men white and P..W.Dt. VIe..Pw./d..t. V

PADGETT' & TINDALL, turned to confront Margaret herself green and gold VIth splendid sasbefl
in for turban and coat of I
bewitching of emerald sstlnrTHnged with gold,
ddnebl la. Her blue eyes did not lift i made a ribbon of color down the broad

above his Arm chin; they. rested there I I venue. Matthew was in the outer KISSIMMEE LUMBER i CO.

POSE AS A CAPITALISTFor while she spoke: I I column his face like ashes his mouth ,

ONE DOLLAR we will send you three handsomely lithographed, but "Good<< morning. Is tbe March OWlI-1! set In a grim line of despair and bin
worthless stock: certificates which, you can fill out yourself for any amount, and bar of tbe lJ.(lte.' Own . out feet mechanically moving"to the
have Iou of fun showing to your friends as proof that you are wealthy. These i ;yet?'
oertificates appear! to represent railway, gold mining and insnrance enterprises Be placed a copy. of tbe desired {i trains of the "Weartn' of the Green"Then l
awl! look just hke the"real thing," but must not be used to*realize money on. .mrlyardwe on the counter before her Just before they; reached the Rough: and Dressei! i;
ONE SAMPLE FOR FJFTY CENTS church he saw them-saw Connen'red .
and turned (that he might not
Send two cent for illustrated circular. away; 1
.Lamp bend and 8 girl's figure beside him
INDEPENDENT PRINTING WASHINGTON D. C. see the look of startled plea.ure Inker
COMPANIES saw them run down the-steps and en- Pine Lumber.
eyes M hen she beheld her ownbeauty"
-- - I ter a carriage on the cross' .street and
on the cover, ,
SEEDS POULTRY SUPPLIES roll while Tom Devlin waveda
.. "171 take ail the copies you have away
I jovial I farewell before be turned to
aid Margaret!; crisply, opening her I
The Oldest Established Seed House in Florida I watch the pnradero.
JlugJlng silver purse. "Bow inoeb'/
E. A. MARTIN & COMPANY Even then her eyes were not lifted I Matthew'. face had turned to watch, HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYi
above his chin. the bridal pair enter the carriage. i
''S""I"O to MMl bu v>....of W. A. Bour A t"o.1 -nln at 10 cents- I When be fared front once wore hisAtartlcd BOOO >Ot IOf10tfOtIOtXXfOt10t10ta000g0U0t10t QOQQQooGooGoQ

( Garden Field and Flower Seed Poultry SuppliesJamURemwlies. RerUaned.BirdSerd.Incubators. $4.5Othankyou."F6ffy copies." The 1 bell on toe unbelieving eye saw Margaret ,
Write for Catalogue. Matthew Ue,IIn her cash register lunged!: uolrlly; as
l>..._277 206 B Bay Street. ..A "!\ONVILLI!. FLORIDA made cbwoge. tie laid tbe coins broadcloth with a great bunch of
on he counter "Khali I send tbe .ltuwrOt'k nt her wnlut waving a green $11.75. \ .
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-- -- magazine to ;you, madam They are satin flag :it !
Im- Tom I>.'\ has mill his daughter followed
very heavy. Ills tone was very
close In the cake> of the Faithful

personal.( "If you please. ," said Miss Devliu I Sons of St. I'alrlik that day. Matthew Mobile Ala. And Return\ .'

naughtily wltb one gloved band on : ; MIW them at the moat unexpected
corners .
the knob of the door. I iilwayg sualllnjc and waving -
The young man who worked for him I their flags ut him. lie began to feel .. \
caw baclc from lunch tbe errand boy like! out- of the family again and to VIA .
This is an exclusive f feature of Regal Shoes, to which r.cuJ't.M-II..g the fuiulllar number i realize Hint there'was a blunder somewhere -

we want to call: the attention everybody in this town. III Seventy-Aftb street, and still Matthew I -a mistake for which he might Atlantic Coast LineTickets >
I worked relent lensly. be devoutly thankful, for it was indent
In additioft. to the usual half ancf-full sizes Regal come in on ; 1
I The door -d, and thrill that Conners bad married somebody
<< flllP.It' a strange
the one, juartcr and three-quarKf sizes In between. I not
down biN spine told Matthew'Golden nod Matthew did care who it

This give you just double the number of bat Margaret had returned. lie | wax tlO.Ion<< all It was ant' Margaret on sale April 232425.. Limit May 2nd.. .

fitting found in other shoes, and mean all the heard her low pitched! voice speaking I Devliu. Extension of Limit to May,19th by deposit. .
rieGTL: difference between a t unfit and an exact fit. to the clerk. The latter spoke: When the parade was over TomaudMargaret . I
"I seewe are all out of the Ladles'Own were,on hand to escort Mat Proportionate low rates,,front other points.) ';\;,::

I. I Mr. oWeu. Wh'en will we have.J thew home. ne\entered the big tour 'STOPOVERS ; *+

7. c lk'r ,ik some more.?"*':' log car that sprang, from somewhere . .. ALLOWED' ,, .\. ,:W
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; and found hlmMclf! between Margaret
"J shall not irder any more, -
6 / The store wasVmpty, and be pushed and her father. The girl' cheek were CAMP LORING U. C. V. ,has.selected the Atlantic '

:! fit his chair uway luaimlW'Dtly and locked Bntilied, and her blue eye'evaded Mats" Coast Line via Montgomery as official route
rrb the books Into the safe Then"be thew's questioning glance..
reached down hlwliiit n nil"went out to Owe nt I the familiar boWIe In 81:"- .y
Only Regal imncr. put.\-tiftli ptivet Tom \ dbuppear"- .
It sans hiM lix k hat the only; vacant Nl nll.1< left I I the two together. Through Cars will be Operated from Tampa ;

Are Made In \ f $350 $400QuarterSizea 1 Mflt in tlic ri-Hlniiriiiii should be opxwlte .Miiiirtirct.. ilear". -Mattlmw was. be-
t ( klni'/.:ah-fhi fiiliii'i. Tom Devliu. "lil., bar JiiKtuullj--"I've lieeu a jealous For rvK'rvHtionu tir information call on Ticket Agent or t

e $500oao Mr Devlin niiui homely as Ills fol Toll me the u y"tcry. Did. Y. R. BEAZLEY: T. P. A.. J. n. KIRKLAND, D. ?. A. '"

I tbttrghter was iMMintful. and his plain : you uiarr.i t.'oiiners or what?" 310 Madison St. Phone 132.
features now llifhlttl up Into genial "Of course 1 married Tom Conner e
friondllnoHH. "Matthew. m.. dear boy.. I That's why I let another girl go off - ..., .

) Models In he scald wltb .MINI 11 torah of the with him" iiioukml Margaret and thou "
Our Latest
bronuo. "I'm glad 1o HIMye.. Wliat'o/ muhl.-tjly her blue eyes Bltod with tt..nre THE GlUYSTONE G GDIIGE HUD IHHCHINE I SHOPS?' j
tike matter Ve haven't btu wearing cud hi-r React found Its place on hi* .

out the doormat at No. 842: this", dog's brand alfoiilder. "]f loud had a little

1R< GALSflL ago 1'vfi IK-CII luokliiK for ye to t-ume more fa lib lu inc. Matthew," she said ANTHONY: A. LOLL, Proprietor.FairbanksMorse .
around and have a J.-ams' at crlblmge "you would hove been lulppler yourself ,

with me-Magnli-'w:: hoiil's so full of add annul* It,t-naler for uic to do u AG lENT FOR

m-ildiiiK>tlM-''." Mr I.tevllu attnckiU good U-cd." .
afford( you exclusive: custom style as well a.a perfect custom Gt. I I bin wilml. with twinkling. eyes busy I' "You'll have to explain, dehr I'm Gas Enginesand :

Our new Regal Oxfords are built on advance models designed by over the proper mlxtnri of the dren all ut sell" lu pll'!"'''
celebrated New York London and Paris bootmaker for this season' fug "t'oiinerw linn been engaged; to Ames Irrigating Outfits. :' ra

wear. Come in and try them on. klattlu'w's hiMirt. gave: u frlghtelyrd Lee for a Rear, and be hasn't bad a .
I leap one or two hard dumps uml then ('hnll'e to how whet be can do. lienccdml \. _

'C.W.DANN upr>nrcntl.T went out of tiuslii'n nil to get nut one successful drawIng : '
0 : together. and then he could have all the OR REPAIREDARTESIAN ''

rTO "Whrn IH I thv wedding lie heard orders tic tvnuted. Till then he had \.. g
hluiBi'lf to starve and Agnes hat to wait and
i uiiliarflcKKly.
"'}'b.. 17th," rrtunied Mr. Itovtln."ThUt wait lor thc'home se wanted. Yon
month T know Asrnos In td nlnd lone and .t
and. I'm not. So I went to
TilE WEST AND NORTHWEST BY "Ht."Buro.Pntrli'U's day then." murmured Conner and suggested the picture We Solicit all Kinds >e air Work '

Matthew dazedly yon saw on the magazine cover. I _

Dixie > South Atlantic Limited "LJko to have ye come. Mat-O wanted to help them, that' all. lie
Flyer an ( .. '. .
o'clock at HI. fraud. Maggie: would sold the drawing, got another and larger : ::'-= '.. "" .. \ ,

.- have It HO. though Conneru. wanted order and when the magazinecame I
Lv.T lnpa, A. C. I. 10'0 IL 1n. In TaapaA C. V.: 10 I b. m.L lust to step Into tbe rector and let out father and I bought up all &O > __"- <
kel.nd, L 1t, m. I Y Imkcland. A. I. I 11.1M1 m.Kt..amn.e the copies we could and they gotout :
IL : ::: \ Fattier Krnlcy tie the knot"Matthew
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.t"rl.ndo A.C'L I14 ... III l v .rhmdn.. It\C .I. 1.lA: p. on'Lv. scraped bark bin cbalr awl a second edition Wlaat'do you thluk LESLEY-COMPAtY-1 :
.nford: A: C. L Z 66 p, m. I,.. ".nlord. A C. L 2.66 pp. inLv waved! Ih* proffered destiort aside "1 of that? Of coarse Tom Cc.nnen'is'fried' liZ. L. ,
J".DriJl.. A. c. L.... 111& a m. Lv..l.rkwmvll e. A. C. L IIIIfi p m what 5I
w Lv. W.ycrwa. A. C L 1".lfi p m. I I.. Wav,,"'.... A. C. J. 1110/1/ y m mast be goings ah>ug. Oood night Kr.Devtin' nov-theyre recognized .
l' "r. Macon, G'8. a II',. .I4U a rn, Ar. M..on. G 8. A F :J.lfi IL .n. be staid heavily! .* be could do. I didn't really wont my
An Atlanta. C. 'f Ca. n 6<' .. rD Ar. AUanla. C.or u. II PI m. .
__ __ face magazine slat bat ,
t ___ -' Tboo ye won't l>e there OD the en a cover
i ArChatlan_.. W. A A Illrl.. m. Ar. Knoavi.. L. A N I.I& p. ..n.f asked evlkn., wltb a tinge. ofcU..ppo..tmeo. 1 bad to. help them oat. They; love g ST. CLOUD.IFLORIDA :
Ar. N..h.'I. N. . ASt. L S.4" p. mAr. Corbin I. k N .1, 0 I' m. each other just'.. we do. Father and \ 1 1i
. Ar l.oul..IIIo. Lor" N sla p. mAe m hJkt too.Can't. ..
. 1 I got them married and off on their tOt .
Ht Lou. I. C Zit m. Bon 4/f Rt. Patrick parade
: Ar Indlan.poU..-P. R R ,-,_ t.4 m. honeymoon, and now Matthew Golden THE NEW COLONY Z .;
Ar Hopkln..III. L. a N 1\ a1 P. m. Ar 1 1..lnoton. I. A N 1.111 at 9 oo the 17th, mid Matthew. "My STORE: ,

: f : Evanavlilo.Hendanm4. :: LL..NN :.:: :: :::. Ar Cincinnati L. C N_ ,_, 114& p.p. m.m. congratulation to Miss Margaret. are, this were minute you ever?" she happier asked ;yea. ,, M
Ar. Terra Haute.E. a: T. H I9'.0 .. m Ar Richmond. P R K. 11.42 p. mAr De-vttn was sleeking to tile waiter Gent.o._ .
,Chicago<< C. A It J e./7.. m. Ar' P R. R. ,1,10. on and Golden took his bat and went ..," replied Matthew solemnly Staple and ditty Groceries Shoes /
.. "I was happier when. looked up and f '
Into let lighted streets I
away brightly
fie walked for hours) ;up and down tbe aw you standing on the curbstone Furnishing, Kitchenware, Qlass 1 and -China- 0 t" 'I

Solid train Jacksonville, and.Chicago; Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car; bard pavements, seeing nothing savea waviug.your; flag at me darling. 1I I II 0 ware at Lowest Prices. Confections Sy ...
, Coaches and Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping Cars Jacksonville and St. Louis; bl. and I shall never forget the ebange from I Ii o Cigars .
pair of forjetmenot o eyes tOt
I Dining Cars Atlanta and Evansville. feeling nothing calve a tearing pain at i i despair to happlnna" and I have one) and Tobacco. Oils. and Gasoline. 0 <

I, Stolid\ train Jacksonville and Cincinnati; Pullman Sleeping Cars, Coaches and his Leer thing to say.;
I I "What f.- that. MafT" she asked ,'o Saves you" money on everything want. See 0 ";
f. Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping Cars to Chicago and Indianapolis.For Back la hto little .tore, now clonedo our .
,( with softly, ramlDoua eye near' bM o goods before buying elsewhere. j% .
leaned bill bend '
customers, ho wearily -
reservations 01 other information communicate with your Ticket Agent against the d e&j and thought bitterly own."That forgive me for. be- y. Money saved is money made.' Don't throw it away. X .J", I\

or J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent A. C. L. U. !{., Tampa Florid- I of what had led up to the approaching lag a jealous your ,may foil 'and .polling the II o Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. It is strictly Fireproof ?0 r \: t
Special prices.
wedding on 81. Patrick's1
='-' -- --- --- ----- -- sweet" deed ;yon were doing and that I C- .
1 I dny. but a fortnight away.; all my life when I'm on the line of _ ,____ __ _.__ ,0 .;
Me and Margaret bad been engaged, march and meet trouble and sorrows, I S""RIC v
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1 y Valley Gazette Ads. Do the Work fur. n year when she suddenly announced '. I ran always. look up as I did today C LV CASH I,0

. I. that Coaners was to'use ber sa a and see your sweet face smiling on1 I OOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO *

. model for a magazine cover. design. me; that' all.? said Matthew huakUy.i OOO, 4 '

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+y} NoUcr i. hereby .."..., lh.t Ihr undi) tilt( i..hall-man ,i.f, tin Mate: Iare II' Ins Sold rert l0. .... 'iiiTirHit *! the follow inilcsi New .Eden" 1.1"1.' Mtmii < .nm)>*iiin nMkrHtlou. ( 'fun' an a.W.rlatkrt.hall bn. authritd -

tT'' of Jhr Demon und tftMtr of CKWKminor Lie hdurs. rtxed l h j' lav*. for 'the hull, 'ons of t..... ( (... haler. x aid, ] l till' I llrtlrmilll. till ...I."j" ,.rihi'l, '. property/ .I'"ot.I.' .. O HI"i'ola cnnnt.) mxl.Tthf. fiilln* flog |l'r..I..1| Thervlorr. I I. A C t of
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turn Vutcv
law office KiHttimmwo.. "' ,,"d..... . Nimth Kunh .1 1 t.*..l. AitiMtN lhlrnd .. ". nn .t in dHUth. n.rllle. . .tads mid mint t' l." \ named All l Hit, ruunly i Hmliilriti'i. Hml 111 out nehlr IHV! .r1"| \ the Stm.. ..f brats.. e... r-Ifip CI_....
i the -Onl day or May 1910. .. 10 o'clock. a m. for for bv: Ilin ',,'mne.'h'.Inr'' \, at th, .. RI.*,, or'li i HH ntHT; lie )jiri'Ht,.rtt(h",1! In "". imit, .-.|.| mii.l. 'iHinit.MVV( *...1 al the deli <>f theiMnmni 1 I' 1''no lI.nk..r KittMinimi.'. tit the 4 'uunty ol, Omeola.dOw'

.. order to aoll at private or public Hale, all the election Ki !Imlototd' N<,'..inl IMir.0. I'Uji mid to .I 1 I e at nut'h i-erttfit'iit the Hi iiaine < t t..tll..11 tt .I.IAM. 11.1.11)1 lIgneh \. Slai' of Fkwala. autboric .... (
a oonunene
rteht. UtU. intarmt and rlaim of the nald minor In l l 'h,' )> .ratii ',0"r U"lone ...101 .rrt.III-.I.. ( shall bi r,-- ( NIl.IIAMS.iI.YKA.:
Mppo10ltsl' i
the I'lll.. I the biinint' .. nf Kankirui. und the abtivt.
M4I(1 I Ulllllllttlhllll HI Illlllll III I r name *
doimtMd; land. lying and .. olewoneilat Cording |c* Uw tm ilcivl v ,ill ; \\
and to th following Stat fur the Iwo IMHIIthinniiion ..tlguIITOgl" | \1.1.| I I IIH 1'1 Eli': .
iiniiiiiu y0'ansco' .
r ".r **iu'h |\"m..n. or smiiii r. if all tin I given with a .I'il.1| l .(.H'k..1 Thirty Five| U.......
!... .1ttAll. amid town county ..ndAI", to wit: the -th day of April A. n.. luinV
: : 1 l. I'HIMHV, are In.. nil.11 Ht thn .'....nty court r"1 I mod dollar
Lot 4 of block 4 of Rob'rt B.M, ; to the ittiai m) hand Hut i>ffi( ,ml\ .r nl tin. the)
of KiaalmmeaCity:: All p.r ona having ot>. lro\ iiliid. I lint a MI.i.......1.rln.| ..ry. where n. tiiiblftlj' .'..n"... tin rot lurim atul town nay .
. .. IIHII' IH* liiliiilialMl In H ... I lnl'llSl I I I10'II \R1 II.1101NK\\ M>l-S I'l.ANIAIION ; ntyiwhth day ..f March A l> Ow Thouaaitd
jf..,tlona t. the arianttnH "? "aid order will ni. 1 1 1aam h.> <' onrv-nOdo'r. the |>ro% mi*>n nl' enl. law *. laud ulal.u u H>...1 1' AHTIIt r T>i.*.ril ..* ,
IM- hold on I'tioiiclav. tliu Ttli day. of Juun.. II' \4it4 'for 'iiinil. ) ulUir. and Ala. w li l . 'I I : < OMI'.NV\ None Ilun IM .
atd *
wIth tlM Count Judea afor4H <*n or L: i If-rk I 'It-'lilt Oxirl n. i.ln o? V In I .
for id data to olininK bilMeun Hit hll/.i ...,..114....; n .1I'on.II'"I"ty uitl hate to I,,' lit-.H'I I II" ii n
*aa ,I'EARJ. AODIftONOumnian wli"rro iiiilulnationM Hhnll nod! h.I""' .n ",, ... i liHirmmi. mill.44, .rpmrv uf lhin .' Notice of Application for Tax Deed 0.1x1' tlHiiutl\i". totfttht for the too!rlaeo' "I i 11-fi mtotroll.rtat nf Florida

r of f i..wa. minor by nialnrtM ate I 111 til*' lir.l niliniirj, coot(. .. Iwo day 'h..r".r. rliH t ....tll) to I t'i*.oiiiiitK iu..(.rM< .. end foiinm. n o irw>",. --

Ft ........,.. rla April %th H'1U I I"- *. ; and Ht atif,li Htiouil prlnmrT '1 10', tlon onl)' HIII "( .. i>f tin ..tat*. I-X4: ., ulUi. (;'""""II'e Under Sections 574 and 575 II..n under and; by virtue of (hi ,Ipw( ..f the I t

; I .. stud wiii/ liin( (In soul KlorulHtitli .u.drr, Notice "
1 cli'cUirftn. <|n.Hlifli 1 to vot nl /Tin' un It nf |iriinur) General Statutes the "Mat of' call Ihr r..n.u: f )

Itrlinnrv Hlfotuiu. n"..tnMMiriuittvil.. \ <.It. %'. shun hog tin rt'-ulf i.r earl (iriilnil, l I I l.r"1 I .
Notice to Creditors Pulnuo f V < " 11..1,1 .1'Oro'e.ol
y. I The DHIIKOI.raticomndtt.e.dltng MHHl ,. IIM|| oho < irtifti> the( hairiitini. of 11"1 State of Florida. t 1 1 .VKTI I I.

( i' Nittiu. Ik lirrebj ulTcli l.. rnlltorx hciri end.I ; mar) i lis'lion; Hi ininplinni with \law n. ht's,,, ,.... \ .nlilinittet' mil'It r....." ai 14* tin Ntni I. h"r>'by ,riven that J K. IfcincKan nuicliiwi Aar-lu.r I Tin. .untiu, oi' tl". orMjrntioi) flu uud'r.lguel.. l linriiitf ,lwera. \lr..n.,1 l Imlo
ur.luHinni the
di.tribukawof th. e.lnl. .f Ti-ini.l. A. Minx.dftnCKwd. dfM'lmi'f' tile tirniN 111.I.tlO"' \ ,. /nil u. es for 1I..r..f, Congna's' of Tax l'rrbhcotc No ...... dated the trot sh l .ilt.bHN.HM. KdMi, 1 I'lautnlfon I onii>..iiv. amiU ou.ry upon' a aito of A. C. Mus -
11..1.1. IH,1 lir.' ,
I Ity iv.notnH tall l 'roditora
that I hutl tiovn, i>|i|, >int..l xtmlnlximlnr I It : legal liton otUTtni: 'lo l h pw>l* HIlO rllllllK. III th ilay of Jut A O I8HO. ha> tiled Haul eertiticAlo' in ( ITirv, ipHl i'ln, .. <.I''liuxMH-Ht .liAl| IH In the i" t -
'I .. lfKnt. ..tH in iKtrilniu' v> i root' bell 1 1 pcrMmn
of the shOve named pntati: n >1 lhal nil All lo vote at UK.II ,'l.ajJni vnalf !>!' "':'""*" *, iiniiiilltt't'K Mtmll lc Hue) ...10 oounl\I my' office and. had made application fm < 'I..r Kiiiiiiiui. in. Ox ..,.t..r hl'iriilu. blot ..
C"'I' | -o1'i'.tato(
; pe-nuna ha lug olnliuK nKiillMt the O''0'.> finial and' IC tan tin uroinT in m-i. n. nf tli>?. I HHHM, '-tlelndllog: mein. bare lot 11,0' 1i'gIoolo' t<* ......" in accocdance H ttb law 1t mn} .holdlob" h..n..h olllpt'a Ns II nla) dren. U. pn-Hinl ihiMii. 'iuMiittuntu ctrl within th13m ..

: 5 prevent than authutiUt-alnl for x<|tli-uicut I party, and Ih""re .."trll..llo pnrtlflpate .. btfnri-Miinh. irlnia7y ," ----_Said -i-rti'1--n'--i"r'..- .. r..Ik.Iy'. .n. \"._..l_ ... ..r, ...trw'hrrriu Iln-I7rritwt-. III' ,' p .,.. tulle'7.r' erttfa.Yi nr ll

1 within the lime provHtxxl hj saw I IKlmlmmre I ImcaliilidRtAii. heforo."d "'oU>M.t such ,'(' :' fi.Howiiiflat'i| ""!iMneiitM on....".U.I.\Oo are : pmnffrty mtuateil! In Mnula ("....n..... Florida. to. the It Inn-1 of Culm.ARTICI I : 1.1.I.k L.1.\FIICUX': Ix""ttlx.

., KlH., ri.ARKNCK A.. )MINX, .j a, follow...;j'I: i v 1QUAIJFILATIONS ; ) luVtixl .tIe, varUniDofllriiiciiiimoraUMl! wit. : ,j K'4-vrtie: ;Rtnvrnl nature, i>f Hio IIUM-; -. .. .. . . --.

Apol.L1,1111. < Admh.LMnu.rof.sidPbtMe.. : < ' "* : i OK CAN>n>ATt"U:: \" orI. risen(. Kci'Cvni'iitHtlvon; ,.!I.00..1 I Northeant Quarter of N'orthtiaiit Quarter of neon to In irHithHct-ed'I UT .th,,'M.ut (QtmiimnVnhnll ... ". '
,- -t -r -r_ *i ;_, -; J1 ... w'l-i i4 .....uoo4sl u''-tM. 15.OH, Aoction III, TownHliln 27, uth, Range SS Eanl. t lm Iho opereting' t 1m : Notice of Bond Sal '
-I-; :,Thow, Cud onttlrnd, JW'rllnit *h llmittud loft ..luilKu..;. :l''' -- "" ;J i '' \ | : sI |planlatOil, |. > Imp j

: <- : Notice of Dissolution l ; ;\ Z::TiThe \ to .xtcome: 'sudidatoit' beforwj! o..j| to ".. ; : \. _,!,.' lo"f4.o.v'ja.r.( xn r'msttl4: / q if'.'aontatningluacrwl.'<:.Tlio. ..i.. land bring I aaa.eowiolxt' tie, .,da.(,e' '?of'wi; >the.I i j'"Holllutf mid trudiuif 'riAl.. allot; 11I\11811'1'01'-..- \\\T\o\ : Council of KliwIininuA' ; u'1lViP',. orkhl.wtll; ,"' reC4ive -..-

pulaer hip her-toforv <1 l""uancl'af'Deh..rltll"" ""b iTh| canto of V .Ulirown Irr.y'pf,I w1labLmvernatlr8luown'aeaudtlmiend J '"( uuUl TuutMUy. MMV ;$0."A.'.: U 1.'10 -''uclbld..n
.. . ,' MI.Ixt'( )% thorn of other forpnntltotjir: ....."Uf"'I"fllI"h"IIot .
Illoham A Farmer. wherein W. K. Ilivbam. I I nutty wliTtlou h. l Itt btin. Uemwrollr 1 party -: Tmptee Porty-TJiroe. On. Thousand l 11.'lar UondaMM
It .. ,, of' H., 'ulroll ion Atn . ... ,', .n.. tcriiiU hUhII"1t 4tuipi1ti, tttidj '
F.rm.r of NnrTOoaaa. Wild
of Tamiia.. rla.. and I I. It. .. ihir, niniKUyirfAl'iil. I I" hn d".1.1 f ivllu.r<.u*., to ttii 1'rt"> +!' \,} l'ru'c'IJlJIl.......). ".,., tax dved will IIKII thereon 'thi. ,,q.j i radius, 0reamenrs. ,i Htm* 1/1 1 i I'" : lnnt- *.,' loots"I.'l4 rM'ini-HiinuuIlk, '

Fla were l I-UitnenU.dlwolvudllllt lutrtnorH: and OrKHIllJtHlimt of I thi l Irmo. ,.inHf irirf\' .,.. 1 nllllllw"I"10er, ,Irl, III da, of April A O H \\Htt \MirUhor't' ,rod vrtt, piitlit- tau, ( Il<.tli luverwt and pnnollnd' imyabU at 'Ilie o.0.

A 191"" IHGHAM t10)nnlStole nndouuh-ahnor." t>% I h.' l I... ..". boil noia.iou' r '.00 WltneMH rot haml and. <>li(.iIf'ill( ILoIli't lib. rNHilil'lotlui forttif, ,lritn-i, >". rt illnit f too( ill lie of tin ,il> I I'r", I'i ut' KU-.iiniiiu' "O'Ity,

C "Utn''ril'' W.N I'of the State \law (ill i 1? %tirh "I.i tin- 'Ii xtni. t ..( the I......". .on any of March. .VIM, "<1HlVMll iK, HiiilHJix, iiinl ," M 1 plsnt, ,I., < ,'-.'or)' for the I rlortdal,. itond.t.ntnterraefollows l (Fivi- U.irwis

u h1..h I I tn" ,1I'r 'n Vail' h'. tin w bill |II.) i I .,.01.\0.\ I.IJO ( ) Mtllil'ICr:. IIOro.tlAN. ,.iiuln, ..t, of its hiiMim l>inliiiii, ,. (" ,"..I. gnlppng| '| ' I 10000, fi\i >.".r.. five t''nN t in t 'MuMrtt. I Five t 1..1.

Notice of Application- t') Sell Real tool IHKI renl'y| lair 'tli*. ." (tinl, .UI'IaY' fu boss (lug ale h. "..hy "I'I."n,1( cud ...,. <.!<>rL'. .....u.. tVxirt: l"*e*<*ln fonntr1.' lontla. < Htnri *.. tinrii \\lnirv'.. Iwrnt Ill"? ..tier : In (hfL Mn "M'r. Kluht. Imnds| in twenty vt-tr. Ten

y Estate. Jas. H. Hakes. Dec'd. ,I the tiiiintli. prttiHlm" muh |..rintMfrii. '.>! '" ... I h'pc' tot 0' ..n,1 t Irrko ..t .rod,, elw. I 1:1.: .* Airlift' up s' Hud I tn'IH rail\\ I.> < view -IH, h .btjndfi. in twenty tiv sown. nml Tfti, ..ands HI thirty -
:I IM I wi>r-. ,U>. uol.'I 1 I In;, or ono nlfiit. 1o th.- .
.."d" ho ohnlhuheu nhjtHmmi/ lhv' ntiv "Ui'1. }M> n clay yuern

To all whom It may eomiernNotloa : M..r.I I'i ploduo In. "rlllt'-iinn*(th h*'foran. .....,.. ...inet No I I. Ko.lmnre-, 'I ""ho" NOllle'; ApplKMtlOII' tier( Tax liiiNiin .of' ..1.1'I itrM>fMlifm iiinl'r tin. IH 00'. ; A r-"rlihed cliok n f"r 'I."" ......1 accompany"

la .hereby that on the l INlyl day of I tor lil. IHUKHlo .ald'1) | 1 -n."to-II"I'| | ''' | I lop .'. t- \\. $101ILer' Ins'rebre' W.. lIer- I It'ed Under s .lions 574 .mil oath hoot to injure ,it* .rut. ion All') hid-. must .

: A D; I WO, 1 will make. application! to ihelountyJudnof II sully. of such' !.riiiinrY: cud' ruts ttirihymitnliii'. ('1. rk. A Kl I.a: : I hi "H.IIHI| ( ) HIN'k of .end I i "r".rll'| .Ut In. by th. .MHI of MaA |> 1'HU' ..| All.'o'clock, .
0........ Count Florida for an order to GencLil Slatiiles
t he1wol. oinulNo -, Shjjigln l.'rl..k-W..II"r More; 575 tif>ii shell t h. th" H u in of( One .lu..I..I..IH.v. I l m. -

r sea at private or public .. .. for real the the LIST OF OKFICKS TO I HE TIL! KD:\ HY I'll .. BronaunV. TvTiy. |I..H-| +. ofi fiif K-hwda_, I ItiouKHiMl>ollar.III'.IMO.tlU'' ) to he Uivnloil, ..nlDFYfpNuunTrodfT ( I"ito Thu UM" !...ivw the. right to rcioct anv..amiBy ..

9 debt*, the following' described .t.te. I OHM')CKATI<; l'kIMAIt.Lr.'TJlfS ) ., Clerk ( ;. KM\ 'nhKrt T11iit fuTF xTTTuT t'ii11 ..ItJ.t .
.f aald. Jamva H. ""' daccsaed.Itwto i .
ratMTty the k.auh,; jiorU iu tin ....1 r."nIY.'I".lIlIed hit'I :No- 3. ('suylnil-N' Clark. I) V Mourn ifi hereby glen that H. H.' of 0...' Hurwlrotl 'tllUt). Klorlda. to-wit
la o.->Ia 10 Couatr.and 11 of Ilkxtk m. and \lot ; .ot..ln Maid. prlm ry ole<*ttoti.( hoe I Imp .. Z 1 Rude. 1..I".r.| Kayinnnd, V I purchaser lax: cortifirate! No. 37.\ J..h.\ 10 per nont .Hhall t*.. pnkl In rah at the tlm of {anal a.

Lot* numbered right to *oi... In Dahl piiiiiMritw. for-- gym."r .. Clerk I hit Coy of July, A D. IWiT, Inui did .. \ niniitiiromtml, of the "".In_ sod tli r0'- J. R. GILBERT.lerk .
0 of blook I''* the town of SI. Cloud.aeeordimr I I
unbared of ., .. calm in m ,,1II'e. and han mule. ." ., malniluf he paid by ftiHtllmontn HM maYbe .
tithe plat of aid town Hied In the I One cand.dnte. for UniUMl( Kia.'. Heimtor.Oiieeiuidiiintefor .""' 1' .. 1"'IIIIoru-T N Kilrr. MariiMi I > tfloy i j jJ

Rupr.,...4inttttl\0 in CotiKr. .... 1111 PHrliii. lna|>ectorii ; J U William. I tai dad toiiuue In acoorflanie with law extol oalhnl 110" by ihr lluaril i>f Director.
of the Circuit In'
.aV* <>f the Clerk ,
Two ramUdftttN for Jutt'ie .tf ton I, inpro oertlficat naibracei the followlnn propt'riystunted A AT RLE 4-Tbl.u.rHllm\. cxiM for a i .-.d.r u.sroatYAny n
'I _aootr.AJaa. In Onceala ('oun' ', Florida, to.witBeoannina )

0 tot numbered 50. M Bad U. la .action 12.tanraahlp Court.;Two .."ndld.ror R.ilpwd! Cninmif>.. ::;: ,"I l David til.a.{ ;: .Crahh: .liixpei-uira\\ It Nettles, ,A NH Kn-.. I! ; t.6t chainH )reatof the nnrtheant period of nlo'.nlno ('"') ytar. ..f'AltTW1.I161'he one desiring purchase t

I .. B. oeordbur to the plat ImiilueM of he i <.r'.tkm|
tt. 8. mm Clerk. I eoruerof lot A: run went II" chain ihenooaouth
,4 .ttJ.S.adnol.Ladand) lave.ttneatlOawnyw '* One in4lidt for Slate AuditorOn flu'11tt> nmlnrtwt by Board. of .ix plrwrtontrotapoHhd for cash
., \\hIL'h'r-John' H Halalq04.0' by taut on taut boundary line of Morgan

.w t4{ IhMonMMraMdrauMirMiidof, ..... aaetion IS. KttprewntattveiiOn* ranaildnte. for member of the House .... C.;*f <>.IMAU.| | Inapcctnn*. Ra..dltll.h'. {' a\rnue u.4H chains, cart ft.S' chain, north 0.Vtchainalobeginning 'of a w Vli..o.Prenldeut aMnnegrt. VALUABLE PROPERTY fe''
fo .f 1 rt" Huroi, a hiort'tary and Age Dlrtr-
i All having objection the granting '
panora Brction I
Clerk all In I. TowimlilpJh
,' Ckiidldettn for t ronnt Alder "u b.rsndutrhOlh..offlcen .. from time IN PROSPEROUS KIBtlMMCCwill .. ..
0'J MiII__. will Ale the earn with the County "' No 7. {t.soMingertV: I'handlir. I : South Range; Rant. buy
of : OoartOtit .
County /
flc'oniwd ftv ii. BiwrtUofI'lrMUTH
Jade*Uoreaald. on or bafore Mill dataFalta I ) aaMmaeil at the date of I t ffm h* nooMwitry fR.
VUlaml: Conn. WALTER. KKLL/JO. cmiilidHtti r for, Oniiniy. Prnsrrutbg\ A ClemLtllii. famplMll Inhpcctorti; iiil I The said laud bang The Directors Khali bo eleetedserve Vn do well tu see or write to
I clerk the iHHiiancoof inch 4.rtlficate in the tiamfofUnknown
torney. 'for the term of one by the ntot.k* L. RORERTSLock ::
e0. Aavll '. 1 IO. Executor of old Entatel .. No 0. N.n.-John W' 1'1."n. your
Ono.ndI"a&e for Ooiinty Anufw-tor" of I ..
Mtldtrn at their .hll..ol.IIt'' n to he heM on
*- t rW. : .."., K I. K\an. Irixpvntitrx V \> Hill. I Unlnwaaiil cerllllctto nhall Ixi redeemed ar- Box 3.16 16-3tpd .
One IldAi for Tax roll
r < !
1 n Hit 1 third Friday of May of curb year, end the
One; ldlda'- for 1' ixirdiun law, h K <1.,1.illl..e, thereon on
County n*Hurr. 1
I utecrn.hall bM ftlect4xl for. tomb of one tar
Guardian's Notice One eaedidaidforgupervisorof ("- ,. : LI.. TM MURPHY. the :2Tith day nl April A. D 1910.WIhitwe 1 by the Direi'Von Imm,*ftiat4 !y after the "1I.t\OD)\ -
tl 're""r>' 4 hilrrna'' my bend: and offintal, seal thla thnlalh
Every elector In each whonl boMM . of the Directors by the .""'kh..d".... The
Notice hereby given! that I XYllllum K. )lc.1 I day of March A D. IU10\ '
*.. .
hall have the right ta vnto for one < - -- .-I II namiHof the ofl\c..m .jio are to conduc the
i-f the .H> and stab anal I ARTHUR E. DONIIOAY!
fJ.eid.e ruardnui per ... [ ) '
honed f PiiMlc I .ru.It
for this > *
member' I I bimiiKwa of tho asld. nori>or.Uo"11 a fullHoard
Oaoalki. D. MeQuald. a ",1_. Intend on the I Ith I .. Notice of Application. i I1: fit Clark. IlroDIIl'ourt.: OHteola Co.. Kla
frum urh dint riot / shall) t In. ,41'1'terl 1 "t the f1nl nnnna) tnrwtbig
\ ,\ day el May. A. D. HMO. at 10 o'clock mto.wv > Every elector in II".tcb County: :..,""' ,..... "' fo .hereby riven tu all whonT U mHy otin- I -- ----- -- follnwn. -

. .flr to the Count Judye of Onoaula C'OII"ly..1 IHnlrictfiliwUl' hnv*...1tth day of April 1910. I will NoticeNo'tirn lire an Cafe LaRue
-W'I in tbe. City of Kl. lmme. application to the tiuunty JuHtra or Oaeaola VtUltajii Unhiiau; Proii l! enl 1 cud lreat.urtrW .
\ ildtiYO for County e'' for authority ta.r.,1 at pdvab,0a14 all the riirht Mntrlii I .... for an order to nell at private ale. ; for the Book of OHCROU County will be opon In my office ', K. Alyea Vli. t PrcRtdont cool M..imK"r ::

title and Interest at'aald. minor. In and to the f<*. of dubta. the followinit deserted real at Kinalmmee, Florida, from March 29th I tHiiHHHMll
described .land. rituata. lying and being In Every: elector la HAcli .Insure IHntrU-t, "" : : (I. "Irlnltcit(, boa rntitrAartri )'
knrfaur f Walter $ be- i
; *> Bane. r. dacaaaed, lytnaand: ItlO lo Apolt'th \I'llO.! both da>. inclualve except 1
Not :0, 3, 4 and .hall how the right to vote .
tba ootaity of Oaceola and State> of Klorfcla 1.v" .. the <'tluntyt>r OtK-eolaand 3t.Is of Florida, Muntl.... ri4Hwfn the hoiim of i a. ,.. an<1l.iniuknditp /.K it-The tUghaot amount of l"d"hlAo l .
one. andklatcor tliu .nit..r Jivt.t of i@
wit Tha wmth half of lotona (ir In block 1" Pace lu their rwpftctive. dint riot. '- an Wo I we: m. and> p ni. '11(_. or liability to 'hio-b the mid our too rohon

of 1'._.'. Addition to Klaalninee. Each lector) In e.nh Justice IMatrirt. t,>. : that, part of Section. :t1. Twp ;:4>. 8 range 10 R And the hooks for the Taricin dlxlri t IK ...lIlj{ I I ran at any time subject! iuelf Rhall be the!

WILLIAM R HcQUAIU n4>rth aat i'f the county public road run. ba open in eaoh 1.n..1, at .leant 2 days during I, mount of It. entire capital HlorkAHTioLfc
NCIII.1.3, 4 and A h*ll lune the right to ote
I IL1 else.11.I I'll" A. Guardian of Cecolla D. MoQu.kd In their along the right of way or the SU Cloud ex.h \\ "jek of they period Time anil place will 7-1'he nNtiifm and aUliuuuH of the
one cnudldjiwA for Constable rv pectlJrutlee ;
of the Pomce Dletrlct.pONVES7'ION. Belt Railroad. deKribed an follow.: be pouted by each nnputY KemHtrallon" Offli...... MibllrrihluB: imMiriMiratom, and the. amount of

NoticeS of the nwy or aaid{ _Ion excepting Fish ,i'. w ottivnv.March . Capital ..1'M k imbMrrlbmi' for bi each are an for I

Canal and all the land lying aouth-eaat 17 \1'!>IO. iiupvrTiHor 1t.,, I IOHTH Agency for
"" Batata C. A. Cummlnira, dhceaMad.plntkw .. Each elector aball have the nfcht to.VOM ( I and between aald County road and Plvll -- -- '
+ !I' horrby viv n' to areUlton and ..;,.tr...- or against a Htate Convention, and there { I rota WH inni. I llnhtiiNii. Altoona. p,."".. Itmoo'Ni.'
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or- ......of. the wtatof ('. A. Cu""I...... flooBaaed. appear. npn the ballot* nftt"r the uaiiUK ui the wet ', of the neIA> of Haid M-etion ox.I Notice of Final Settlement and Will, ;", h. MVM. Kit-*imm..., .'1., t1, 40 0.HUmeWnll Young & Gaithers"

tint aa aheriff of Oaoaola county 1 have 'been ai>- BandtdaUU, too worU For a Cuanuntlen: J I I ; that part lying between the Mid County i I Application for Discharge. J. THp.ett "* *'tQ Qi). ,1 - -

'! poiatad' ex-affieio ..........._tor of the aboverntr ,and "ARmlnM a Convention," tIC> hat the ..... J, and Fish Lake. In witneeo Hereof, the aid (inoorporatorvhare I
I aatmta. DUd that all paraona haviiw akmimaaarmlnat ton aa to whether or not the .eonventioa. 01 the -'4 at' the neU of said axtion I )ht'reaut. net their hamlM and oats I at the

aaid. eataU moat preaant them duly .... be called by Uia 8tate Demoeratio I that part tying between said County road Notion la hereby given that tin umicrHiened. meeting held on the '2nd day of April A*. I). 1..0 I Ice Cream "

t tbaatioatad withiatha time praaoribed by law for Committee ihall be determined'auch !I Lak. ai guardian of Ira ht. Lew. minor "Iou Mon'l '(Signed' ) WILLIAM HAUMAS (peal) )
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the imh of ,
day, day "n.
I aett'-t. rloetloa by tbe ..U lora at thin Slaw of the ne'ii' of ae'4' of Maid _lion. .aeeptiac (Binned) WILLIAM B. ALYBA (seal..
our confirmation
II a m. present my report I NT'NrwAlt.3.Tatrt.bcT Meal
C. F. PWCVATT. Sheriff.onV TIME 1X BQOAUYINUEach part lying botwiwa aaid County road. and (Hlffnod ( )
I I in the County Judge' ofljoe In o..ce.l -
B.. Admhnlatrator.ISotice I State of Florida ( .'
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have his Lak.
1-M |M>raoa deelring to name ola bounty, Florida and will apply to aaidQDUCI County of Oaoeola)I.** @
-- --"--':- .4000 the Primary: Election ballot u a I the undivided one-half of the nwW\ of the I .
.. ,, for xoy dtrwbarg. a> guardian of said Before me pemouallv appeared William Hah-
ol Final Settlement aid lataforany ooanty oBaa( ahall file with tM ee!" of dd'.eestm :11: Twp 2S. range minor .IOHK M.<< La., roanUHam' H. Alyos\ and BtomwallJ Trip a .

............. of thai rfxjmmlttuv, on or b..tutu mg aorth> art of tll1d County road ...- mothjy Quardlan.. I I
for Bl-6t I I lent to ma known aa the iub nribcn defwrjbeg
Application Discharge. \llth day of AI>rll.X D 1910, hla patios of .... : the eat-half of the eaat-half thereof _
I In and. who executed the foregoing instrument
Y .I '''Motie to kabjr stna that the|und ra.lcuadaa laxjy and application. to bare "Ia. name application. la made to correct the Maa-- I
Estate of C. H. Fountain Dec'd. and _,.lIy."kuo..l dll the execution thereof Delivered In Any Quantity
4rtmlnlff of the 1 oWtata of 4.rry U.tfr printed upon a blank la be burnished by t ... la a former petltina preeantad to ..... !
Notice In hereby given that the undrairned |I to bf their fr- net and drool for the I""PO'*. :<.
daockaad, will on 8atU....,. July and. MId uaalrman ejid rnompanled by the ._ te ell ...>.... and to rat_ all ,:
C II therein expreaaedWlftcwsM
'... a.k.Jfaat.ettleaent with lbs CoaotyJadr of fcU .......nt aa .pacified, below, and .... giasnt proaoedliwe ..-. .dmutatrxtorofthee.t.l.uf FOl1ulaln I C -
.fit, aajne be ....-.....1, wllloo Monday the 12th day of Bepkembrr my hand and official Mal on thla Jnd "V- ....I ....-'-
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1 ":. ...IIUeduIrI'e..e.l >f. BfuB or _...... at relvrned U printed ...... wtll Ala the aaaaa w th the County next, makeflm-Jucttlcmrnt ol hi. admlmlatratton i lay of April A. D, 1910+ oLl l paper can be bought at tins oboe
apply.: for tlefore.dd 7 of old. eetate end apply. toe hli I I Signed JAB M.LILLY. at 20 eanU
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/ jp.a.l2.lfoa, . ,,, ID.. ..... Wiy: Wbj ballot nnleea this pvovtelon ... eforeaaid 0a ar date. dlanharreaaauohadwlnlatrator.. :I per: Juit whatyoa

......_o( a.... bee*. ooniplUd wltH. said obalmiaa e .. IMrdUi0.HENRY' T. 8 BAJS8. N. U. BntagrAdmLlatlr / (exalt, Notary Public need to put under your ,/cii-pots. 'ma&-, J

MIM.1. .tv. -.\.I.-r111.. t..a a ely tbenaater furnlalk |o. each a... AainlelaU.t.t ef .... eeeate March th. 19W. > I I, My ossnmh.ton.xpi December 24. 1'U. Ling ete. '
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