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 29, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00435
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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chairman of the-permanent temperance I places firtt'and then come back to Kissimmee '. -

A BRILLIANT AFFAIR committee of 'the Methodist' Episcopal<< ;'but when. at other places bear COUNTYJOVERNORS :

4" church. Many of.,te,! best speakers in 1 this. In mind What advantages have

A -; the state will give'addresses, includingSenator 1 I they for,chipping facilities? This in ,itself dv

rifle Reception Given by the State James .Broom of Quincy 1I I Is a most important; factor to success Hold Their Regular Monthly Meeting t:

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1 1 Senator Don C. M Mullen of I ., as every'cent saved in" freight '(
Bank of'Iii simmee.the Event <: 'Tampa, j : and,Transact, Much ImporJant -'
{ muchmor'4nn pocket Th.nadd'the .
. .; President, ; Lincoln Hulley of Stetson . . means so .

\" of (he season .. University, Rev. It. V.:Atkiseon, D. D., I 00; .. .i1 waterway for pleasure of a.11' .. t Business.! & -

: _..-- of Live Oak and many others. I kind and then decide. ,

Tuesday. April l 26th, being a legal Owing to the pending campaign for f.... :' Yours very truly, Kissimmee, Fla., April I 4th, 1910. t

; holiday, the State Bank of Kissimmee! state prohibition, the convention will be i .. S. V.: GODDEN, C. 6., The Board of County 'Commissioner

of especial Importance, and all-sections ,'4 ,"" ? Horticulturist. in and for Osceola '' .
Mixed upon that opportunity to move : '. t' county met l In'Tegu- -
into their new building, which has just of the state should be well represented. I. : \ t lar session on the above date, there being .

i' r been completed, and is one of the hand Delegates should be appointed, at once ,. : .' \ COMMENCEMENTExercises present E.: L. Lesley, chairman, E. '''fx ,

somest structures in Kissimmee. from all bodies in the state that wish ,.., .. .OJ -' i. L. D. Over treet. J.-.S. Stratton and J;. .4

state prohibition; The following are I II; Walker, Commissioners and
t t' The building'Of this new bank mark'san : -- 'fI ArthurE.
t of Osceola High School
era in the prosperity! of this town, I entitled to two delegates each' : Each : A ) Donegan, clerk. '

'' and the officers and, directors felt that church each Sunday school, each young Will Begin May 5th. - The minutes of the last meetln g were

they could not let this occasion go by I people's .(church!; ) society, each local' I '' The following outline of tfie com- i read and.,approved. :

without celebration of some kind, so ; W. C. T. U., each local/temperance' organization mencement exercises of the High School Mr. J. M. Willaon, Jr., appeared before .

last ";'week they decided to hold a reception -.' each newspaper that favors .. I "' will perhaps be of interest to the, many the. Board and told of a road be t'

on Tuesday night-which was published j 1 the-objects for 'which the Anti-Saloon' : 'r. .; ,; .,. readers of the.Valley Gazette: Was building to Hammock Grove at his

; in the Valley Gazette, and the League stands.. I Thursday evening May1,". 6th, at 8 own expense, and asked ,the Board to '4'11 I

..:. public'were Invited. I. Let! these Delegates: be appointed at : 'i, "';!: ': -theannualdeclamation( content contribute. .few-joints-of- galvanized-, .,
credentials
It i is. useless to say that what the I: once and proper given them will take place. pipe to be used in one or two places In

officers of this famous institution undertake I to bring to the convention. All members ,"o! '. . Friday morning May 6th, at 9 o'clock the road where a ditch was needed

they do well, and their enter- ,I of county campaign committees in. : -k: promotion certificates will be'awarded' which request was granted.. t
of the pending prohibition campaign -
charge
tainment on Tuesday night proved no i to pupils through-the'first six grades. Messrs..W. S. Alyea and William

exception to the rule I are- ,delegates ex-officio.exofficio.Remember All .,;. ... :, (Parents of pupils in these" grades are Habjpian;, appeared before the Board and

The fixtures and interior decorationsof I I preachers delegates ': especially Invited!) requested a road leading out from Run.
the dates. May 17th 18th t
., the bank were so handsome and attractive Friday evening, May 6th, at 8 o'clockthe nymede station to Lake Center on the ,
and 19th, and come. All will be welcomo
I in themselves that all other I I seniors will have their class night section line and around Lake Center on i

1 ornament seemed unnecessary, yet I exercises, and much fun and a general the .., th. They stated that they e"x-
I C. L. COLLINS
4 .. lovely potted "plants had been placed Superintendent good time are expected. pect to develop this property and de-

about the building which! enhanced the I; Sunday morning May 8th at 11 I aired a much shorter and better road
To PASTORS Please read this notice
beauty of the scene. DILLRK: BOWLEGS (CHO-PEK-HAT-f) o'clock Rev. C. A. Owens of DeLand i than they now have. Some of the Commissioners k

i If all of our citizens were not present -I to your congregation at first opportunity lie walk..1125 miles to tell his white frit'n.l. "Iniliiiii. nn Ii... will preach the annual commencementsermon. being: familiar with the proposed e

it was their own fault as the invitation and see that delegates are,__appointed. SominolpN of Florida! pp 92. line of road, stated that the expense V

was extended to everybody, THE VALLEY (GAZETTETowers Monday morning, May9th, at o'clock would be very great "on account: .

but from the number of people who 1 pupils in grades above the sixth will receive -, of a large swamp that would have to be.

strolled through the building and en- "Watch Kissimmee Grow', promotion certificates (Parents'I gone through... After some discussion '

joyed the hospitality so cordially extended Above All Florida Papers He of pupils in these grades-are ...spt"Clal1y'Invited the' Board Appointed Commissioner.A- ;

there.did not seem to' be many Has Seen.The to be present.) Stratton Investigate further and report p -

absentees. I Monday evening May.!9th, at 8 o'clockthe at a later meeting. .

The visitors were shown through the is following published very that our complimentaryletter citizens may The Above Motto is Well Put and is Attracting regular graduating exercises are.to Mr. J. W. Oliver, county surveyor," '. ,

building, where they admired the handsome see how the Valley Gazette is regarded :1 World Wide Attention---What to Do to Make be had. Onthis occasion Hon. Don C. reported that he had been to the marl

fixtures and general bank equip- McMullen of Tampa will deliver the an- pit and had staked out the land owned
abroad and what a pow'er.of influence
ment. Everyone was interested in both it wields in inducing 'persons in the Kissimmee Grow. nual literaryaddres- I by the county,. and that he found. In his r ;

the bank and safety deposit vaults The public is cordially invited to attend opinion, not more than one-third of the
West here and locatepermanently -'
North and to come
which were up-to-dat in every respect, I any or all of the above-named ex-I available marl had been used. .

as were the rooms in the rear for the I New: York, April 2T tli. 1910. I 1 want to follow the first mntto-by the I are on one of the most lifautiful lakes ercises, and the parents are especially A communication was received from cr

use of the officers and directors. i Kissimmee Valley Gazette. second an it covers the ground that with an outlet to the Gulf of Mexico, urged to-be present when the promo- Mr. Thomas McDowell, asking that the i

Refreshments were nerved by charm- I Gentlemen-.-You will find enclosed $1 maker the jmrijotw) comulute. To make i] making a trip that is always' attractiveand tion certificates are awarded.On county road running west from Kissimmee

ing and beautiful young ladies who I Kissimmee HiioccSKful in its growth we I of unusual interest We are on the Thursday night an admission fee limits, better known' as old Orlando
to
lent a rare*grace to the occasion. ]kfor a yearly subscription your paper.I must follow the precepts that will accomplish direct line of a big/ r..ilroadlystem/ with of ten cents for adults and five cents road, passing along on the west aide of
fever that
I have Florida registers
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The wives of the directors, who acted a Have subscribed I the purMUM) First, we have two other diverging, road We are an for children will be charged for the purpose section 16 in 25-29, be named Seminole

l as a reception committee, were as follows 112 degrees. already an object, and that is to make Km..im- I established. town with the Lestof drink- of paying incidental expenses. I avenue. He also lid a diagram show
for four Florida weekly boughta .
: Mesdames C. A. Carson, N. B. papers but would \ mee grow. To do this we mud firnt': ing water. We have the soil that with ing eighty acres of land that he had
day"-farm
"J] Carson M. Katz J. M. i Ie, N. C. not 17-cents subscribe per for 'r only the i keep always. in mind the object "In I I proper manipulation will| jrow everything WOMAN'S LEAGUE platted into five-acre plots,with a forty- I

'P Bryan and E. L. Lesley.In few sample copies your sent towers pap head and anion there U. strength. If we alii that the market demands. Contract foot avenue through it connecting Seminole -.

the midst, of the festivties Mr. C. I Flor- i unite we have the strength. to overt I IH, let for complete system of water avenue with Bermuda avenue, and i
the
shoulders above-even largest ,
E. Franklin suggested that Mr. C. A. ida for the kind of news I desir4, i come the- Jt8t'I.s. The first move in I works. and (wwerHge. I If the town Interesting Notes. Concerning, This offered to deed to the county a strip of

Carson, the president of the bank address to read papers, but it does not prove an anti- <: the way of unity of jmr|>ot
the gueits !using as a subject dote for the Florida fever. "< Booster Uullon. Each and ..yeryone without such advantages, what in- This roadway being already Cleared and /
the
"Reminiscences of Kissimmee. Mr. Yours for who Bela i al 1,1 I interested in making will it lie. with Hiime? Make note.. of day 'League grows more being used as a private

arson, though taken by surprise, res- LoRING A. NICHOLAS. I Kissimmee grow, should wear, or at.. .i these essentials, for it is what you are teresting. We were agreeably leafrom surprised Mr.. McDowell offering\

ponded with an interesting ,and highly I..ast.own.. one of tht.buttons.: ,, looking for if,you want a location that since last meeting to the county, 'the Board hlghWaYandV<
appreciated talk sprinkled with anecdotes SETTLE HERE ,We very.,l-t rti feel 'we* must first covers all your wants. Now add to all the Woman's National Daily, the'offi clerk .to accept the deed:'
WILL cial of this movement,' ,
; thin, an equal ('Iimllt..'that cannot be ex mouthpiece great named'. '
of other days 'w.111 have! the very best of_ anythingljefore; ? ell requested that this street be !
that "each Houses being "
Chapter now
With atrospectlve mind. he review. we can speak' well...of iW',W/ell/ ,,we. have.. :celled,'where1' 'your'aeaxOneof; growing Katherine avenue. In compliance'with l .';;- '. ',
-
) ed the history of Kissimmee 'from'1 its Tw'Gentleman From Ohio, it most absolutely, -something we" need j 1 SB", not in(the summer; only, where forty-: equipped with a complete outfit ,,of silverware the above request, the Board' : seedIIa' .
knives forks, etc.,
'. inception; told of when it was a straggling Ma" This Their future Home I not be ashamed to praise up to the high three .states are obliged to take advantage spoons resolution that hereafter t 7road lead-
that the Chapter will\ be provided '
; village, brought; into being through est limit and still beyond that. In Kissiminee to (crow their crops, but from September so ing from Kissimmee ajong the section 'f1
O. W. Stute and N. A. Clay- fonts entertainments. Later a dain
Messrs. y
the ojM'rations: of UK Dioston Land Co. ; we have a beautiful city a" .it to' Marrh when 'every known lines'intersecting sections 4 and 5. 8 and
of Mount Ver on, Ohio arrived in Kis china service to be decorated by students "
spoke of the lawlessness. of that period, now in. and every essential with I It to product and grextlvarieties of fruit ate 9 and 16 and 17 In29, be known as
simmee on Saturday last, after a trip of the china painting classes, will /
when human lift was. very oljeap. make it not only grow but u city that 1 produced/ that bring U the grower the Seminole avenux; and that the road connecting
of three weeks ova r,Florida, investigating also be furnished each Chapter house.
Then, by easy stages he t brought> his will be the metropolis of its own and i highest. market prices; or in other Seminole avenue and Bermuda
the different sections. and so im- The Woman's Daily, in this same issue -
subject up to the time when Kissimmee adjoining counties and the general at- words. you are growing your products avenue, which has been deeded by Mr
they wit \the 'many ad contains a statement to the effect '
pressed were
began to grow; talked of the wonderful traction'of the whole/ country. The byword and getting your money for same whileall McDpwefl I, be known as Katherine ave-:
vantages this place offered the home- that the Founder's Chapter has not yet
progress made in the last two years, will be with the tourist, "I must other sections of the country are nue/ chairman was authorized to, '
seeker that they have; decided to per- been completed, aa many seem to think }
and finally painted a magnificent picture see Kissimmee." The outcome of the shoveling snow and burning coal. have some needed repair made on Sem>.< '
manently reside with us, aiid], have and we, who are members, and know
1 of the future of this town and section. je ln wall) giiass..I will stay/'__ Mow. M- tn the RAils. Do not allow inol _an4Bermuda avenues. r
-bought ten' acres of rrr -- -- of tne good things that will come'to us t., ,,
le closed his remfirks with an earnest grew What will we do to make Kissimmee anyone to make you believe the soil is A petuioTrwasTrecetVed a TfollowsT"''*
Cadrden.. I our -our ,
membership,
through urge
.,+1 appeal for the co-operation of all in-the grow? First, let ua advertise it continually unproductive. There is no soil with the ; ; ... '.,
for Ohio be- St.'Cloud, Fla.
They left on Tuesday night friends to send in their applications
.- upbuilding of the town. His speech ;antj v.rywherekeep it at all aid of the climate that can or will..res
to wind up their business; and will' -1 tore the doors of the Foundey1Chapterare : Honorable Board of County Commie.
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i was greeted.with much applause by the time before the public in every waypossible. pond more thoroughly and quickly than "' -
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is done when Members and those missioner of Osceola County.
.. turn as soon as, that they closed to them.
I assembled guests._ The Valley Gazette is doing this soil. *
same
will at once begin preparing their ,land Interested are Invited/to: ou.outdoor Gentlemen-We theundeeigned, resIdents ..
The State Bank of Kissimmee, the I' ita grea work well.. Now, let each and We speak of Intensive growing which arb.ing
for trucking. These gentleman are but meetings, which held every of the town of St. Cloud and vicinity ->
the bank I
L' oldest, and until recently, only everyone its citizens send out circulars means producing from one acre M
specimens of the many who come hereto week on the lot*given! by Miss. Campbell respectfully petition your honorable
of the town has been a potent factor to their irienda and have them pees much. we havw done from ten, But, .'
look soon become enthused over this for the llart Memorial Chapter body to take the necessary stops to
(in the and development of our Those Is it?
around
progress them a *reading same: you say that is so expensive.
wonderfully fertile, ,rapidly developing building -We meet next.Monday afternoon have the channel 'of'' the canal leading I
i' city, and, under the .gentlemen, who go North for the summer or on only To prepare the meana for equalisingthedrat
country, and stay here to. reside as May 2nd at 4 o'clock.- from East Tohopekaliga to ,Lake Toho-
,
who are. its officers, It.will. no doubt local trips should lake circulars and tsge and irrigating system Is more /
citizen. pekaliga cleaned of all weed and other-'
continue to encourage and assist all legitimate pass them around. When you writ or less expensive, but it is only the first.
1l 'SPLENDID ) debris which will.hinder the navigation
e enterprises of any kind or t I home, tell them about Khtsimmee. A expense After you have established\ POTATOES( v -'
HOMEMr. of :
A NICE same
character. These gentlemen are to be I good word spoken 'of. anything reaches it, the expense is comparatively over, :" '

congratulated on the enterprising spirit far. and the reason it seems expensive is Grown by. That famous Trucker, Signed by a Large Number of'Citizens. .

they showed in constructing the hand- Callender islmprovhig His Prop- i Here we have a city: that has been lying because it comes all at .oncef In the Woodall. .. ..' ...
come building in -which they are now 1 dormant for many y.ars-at -lasVa end it is much less expensive than the Mr. Green Upon ,motlonr,. this petition ,was referred . .

'.: quartered.,and which is a decided ornament ertypn Lake Alligator boom comes that attracts attention to ,way.we have been doing, for the foiling Some time back we wrote a story to the county attorney for advice >

:' to our.ci"y.ANNUL . Mr. B. F. Callender, of Rochester this section of the 'state. It awakensthe I reasons Court the expense of abovt Mr. Green Woodall having sold aa to the power of, the''Commissioners. .

N. Y., who baa been spending the winter the land for ten to clean and open canals.'. "
faculties of Push and a realizationof clea (ng and preparing $100 worth of cabbage from a quarteracre

CONVENTION In this sections left here Tuesday what this section means.- The out- acres; then-the amount of fertilizer that of land"which proved that gentle' A communication i .was''presented by eeeppp

: morning to visit his place on Alligator come'is, we get a mo ..on. to let it be has towKused. ; then the amount of seed man to.,be trucker: of_ rare: ability. Mr. E. L.,Lesley, chairman from Mr.. ; r'

; I Lake, for the purpose of having it known to tb. world what.w. have that and p ants Jrou have to supply; then the Wednesday hV brought to" the 'Valley JMT.: 'HookeY'ch4irman"'of"thPolk: .;/1"; ,
Being Planned;.for the Florida Anti- fenced and making other improvements. County Commissioners, inquiring Lithe
can be made attractive and beneficialto pare of ten acres; then the worry because Gazette office'some of the finest Irish

,ji- . Saloon League., Some time ago he purchased twenty the homeseeker. there is too much ,rain or too potatoes we have seen, which he raised Board desired to purchase: the old..hn ,.

acres in this beautiful lake region, and I Six months'' time has seen a most'remarkable : much dry weather, r both. Add this on the Nelson tract in North Kissimmee. ings of the vault' of the former" county
will be held at Jacksonville
The convention and. ia now engaged preparing it. for a change'. Capital come in and all together and compare it with the Potatoes of that size would average court house. The Board not contemplating .

on Tuesday, Wednesday 18th and winter home. He expects to build a within a few ,nIles of our city springsup following: True irrigation, true drainage eighty barrels to the acre, bat allowing making any change the prey
Thursday May 17th. 19th bungalow. on his property,'and next fall excessive selectedhis' ent vault Instructed the clerk to so notify
aa it were, In a night a new town Loth of which overcomes for th. fact that Mr. Woodall .
Tueaday
the first session being held! -
1910
Thursday bring his family down, some of whom St. Cloud. It is the/open() sesame of rains and long drouths. Onl one acre best specimens to bring us, they Mr. Hooker. o
session
and the closing
night all sessions to be in the First will remain permanently. He has'a sail what push can do. Now, if this can be 'to work, plants and trees producing would yield on an average of sixty barrels Mr. J. W. Oliver, surveyor, filed. his

Christian night church Rev J. T. Boone pas.tor boat on the lake with which he cancruise' 1 1 done in a section of; wild country with enormously, much less work, perfect to the acre. report of the survey of the'ao.d(requested .

about the various other lake., aath i i all its disadvantages as regards thestirring3xp satisfaction, products ,o( much betquslttyand'hereyouare. Anyway>wj i> lrpptto selling at 16.60 for the Southern Colonization ,
church is in the center,. .
_ ,. The very aJI--connected canals and
'by ,
hu 'been most y are I : of new moil 1,:'what 'can "be All this can l barrel, which hi the price today in the Company 'which report Vt.--grj pe 1n
of the city, and kindly ,
I he anticipates a most pleasant time on I done with an old-established section, be done on the soils that make up Kia' N m markets for Florida potatoes, detail, showing the character of the,

, ; Placed *t our disposal.t his newly acquired property.Mr. 1 that'has been stirred up and relieved ofria i simmee and its surroundings. The out the nense possibilities of their cultivation country through which this road would
program will be of the highest
The
Callender la much pleased with .
Several from detriments and can from the start come of this development means the are easily apparent to all. run. 1\ '. ,, '
excellence. speakers and the around here .
Kissimmee region
city for homes and --- - ,
attractive -
is the health- most
it actually ,
called, as '
abroad will be in attendance, including and will no doubt be an enthusiastic tourists, the largest producing section Mrs. W. SXAlyea, after spending a (Continued "
'' town in the United States. on eighth page.) ,
>... the inimitable' Rev. George W. Young, Kissimmee booster when he retutns'tohis Waiks he hWl-
.. As 1 mentioned, this section has all and shipping point in the state, and a few pleasant here with -
D. D., of Louisville, who is assistant home in Rochester. He.wflgfc th. the essentials that go to make a sue- canning factory that will utilize all ov "r- band. left Wedne ay morning for her Capt. Moses Folsom, of ;the National''.? Yd

national superintendent of th._American ; first to build on Lake!>Alligrtor, but I I cessful city. What are these essentials ripe fruit and which will mean a gain. home in Atchison, ana. She was Tribune IstanT.;-who',has, been spending "

Anti-Saloon League and Hon. Wm. others will no doubt soon follow his ex- ? First, the location, which is always to the grower and no loss in products highly delighted with this country and' several weekat* St Cloud, returned to'. p,
I, H. Anderson of Baltimore, superintendent ample, for that,favored region was not Intends return in November, '
to j
ot'the Maryland State League and destined to Remain in obscurity.T. the most important factor. We Do not be prejudiced, visit all other I Washington last week.j. r,1 g

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Tji&ijfiij 'Q oft\ j and 3mills the tax levy to be '"asseWed'annually '
GarHens
for the next; two year*. Kissininiee
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: the Schooll Board Mr.; Wood appeared before the Boardin

See, Our Goods reference to the building .of the St. .

,- t,t Cloud school IIOUM, and the Board instructed ADJOINING( CTY'LIMITSl! ,

." Kisaimmee.. Ha.. ApHI) 5, "10. ., the chairman -and. superintendent . .1. / "t' .. '.

'' The Board of Public Instruction met to confer with thev Seminole Land , t, '4 HAS. '. .
; ,And get prices; before bUy.i tlg. We ire \in regular' session, there bei,rg present: and Investment Co, relative to the plant :

*the Originators of 'Low Prices ,. G.' E. Brpwu and J, B. Tumblin; to be ;formulated; upon completion of LAKE: FRONTS a

Chairman, W., C, Bass, being absent, the plans and approval of same, work
... *. .1., "in Kissimmee.a E.: E. Brown was elected chairman! oro was to be commenced on building. I HAMMOCK LAND "

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-- -. torn. Complaint was made to the Board '

'. Minutes of last regular' session were that some:parties. had moved into.and : MUCK LAND-i* .
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we SELL ." I read and "were, occupying :Ashton'' school house. r

,' .. Apron Checks- lit. . : .. . . .5 to lOc/ l>..r'yd! B. C. Miller approved.------, County Treasurer, rer The Board instructed the criairman to . PRAIRIE LAND . ; .

Dress Ginghams at 7 to 12t per yd i. *>rU>d as//follows: take immediate action for the eject << .
4O-in. Vnbleached Sheeting at 741- |per yd Ki immoo. Flay April, 1910. men of the 'pdYtaee'Ad such further PINE LAND y-'
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6 to 7o yd ..
Shirting Calico at. per To the Honorable Board of 'Public Instruction action that might be necessary to protect -
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Quilt Lining at. per. ..*.. ._*. .
school ; '
in and for'Oscoola this property. -
Best Calico. 6J' to 7c per yd County.

4 .... Dress Goods from '< 15 in 7ne per yd I 1 herewith". ,!)* ,my report as Treasurer Then;being no further busmetuMhcBoard *BEAUTIFUL ,LOCATIONS. ..
Poplar Cloth assorted colors, atCheck 2ftc per yd of Oocoola County for the monthof \ adjourned until next rpgu'lar
at .U to 80 per: yd in 5-acrc tratcs or
Homespun) March A. D 1910. meeting. f Suburban Homes
Outing Flannel 7.I\ ) lOr 1 ir ydt .
Elegant Line Curtain Goods( to Z' I 'UKNKRAI MCHOOI.from YnNtr,.. *W. J. SEARS.!: las, located between R. R. and hard ,
fo It'JI.'anLine Serpentui. Crepe at :20 to 2 rx IMT ytfHSc Tn ImIn I....", lA.t.' I 7ne 4/t j' Superintendent .
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Table Linen : to *1 per yd nut I, nv'M frnin ( "raportH pt And! (><. I road to St. Cloud. .;* .* -* > .* .

Best Galatier Cloth at 11)('fXT y Table Felt. M-m. at 55<- pur yd 1$"t.a'Bnk'Loun' 47 ill ROLL OF HONOR
Table: Oil Cloth at :JTw per yd l . I v II 11'o.4Ttnns\ : L-SC&IM JR. .
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Linen Crash at . 10 to 15 per yd | -It Cloud <> liool J Committee? ViS/ no
Cotton CrWlh.. .. r> to r.I'r ydJ.V ..tmn..olV. .. J "Hitin. murtonki( inn 42 The following List IsjheRe.s&t/ of R :At'SI'ITATF: ;: : AND INSURANCE . 1ylkISSIMMEE
a . f The Famous Rub I Dry Towel Ml : to Tfio In Ain't'. F*< n.frmn Ti.Lkdl.N-tors. IMXI ( FLORIDA
'I ') Ladies' Shirt Waists ale upLadiOII' end |W>1II 4774 \ftl : dose and Attentive Work. 'w
i+ \ -. R5c up '.r I __
WrappersLa Ir. to *10 each I Ncw,, is The following pupils of the pole :
!! Skirts I
t Ladies' Petticoat. . ROc to $* each llT |pent UMrftllt. '
i 1 Ladies' Raincoats $I> uu lIyh l...!>.." . . -..SI7 7K tardy for the month. ending April" H, ;
Ladies' Coat wits . . . . $9 uP .. '
rl ,/ SCHOOL HUV-IIIHT NO I
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Ladies'; Vests!; 10 to 501' b..1 ,'11".1 reiiort ... 174 leA Thousands AcresOF
.U.M earl per cent lat: their studies, with not leas i
25c to
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Ladie8 Kimona.'I ml rcorl from forapt(,Oct rcdoiuji! 39To : -
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( Pure Linen Laces -. 5 to 3V Amount r..f from Tux, Toll IAIOH IS IAlJSSA than eig1\t( -f1ve per cent I In j any one subject .

> 12 doz. Buttons for 5c I and not. .less than ninety-five 'in'' ./
V .
Gold Eye Needles, per paper deportmenT -
- *. JU jwntl, a arrantr ..."pot Jet' t tHv !:600 :
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Ladies'Coats and Sweaters at popular price: __ : .
FIRST GRADE-Earle Graham, Gordon
t low / \
I + Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously prmnA lmliir, 1 16100Nranm.Ape ,
beautiful Lme of Ribbons, Dress Trimmings etc I llkT I'J.i i1o Bullock Clark Griffin. Floyd Hul- .
Above we have given you prices on a \ery few iK"m" >n nun l I.nl) from "Ulfll r'I|>nrt IA '111: tngMartha Ordas, Rebecca Newman, '

Immen8 nod well mMerted stock i. I To amt rnc from Tax ('Aol.I t...\... <*1 h? Corlean Bryan Norma Duke, Ruth WILD AND UNCULTIVATED LANDS '
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I. y 1 ours lor !good goods ami low prices, i .IBM;::J8 Mitchell Mary Spier Lesia Tiner, : ..

llj :p'k" arrant* n. i cir IIMI a90It Elizabeth Rickets. Ernest Hyde, Harry

- H.C. TANFORDCO 1 I ) nave ,t 4'4t.\: A'mold. Meffille Bass, Lillian Hams, Orange; Groves, Farms and Truck

, Thelma Gilbert Edna
: """'alit.M, B I>!BT_ NO i. Harvey Dorothy
To lMisnee from l fadt report I K l>4 Makmxon, Pearl Huling/ 6 rdett that wilt be disposed of on' the
.. .. .. To .in'I r.'v..1' from T.. rot. IM'not, .:U..M1Mr. 4 SECOND GRADK:-Jo. Makinw.n, Mattie -

[ 542:-:! Wheeler Grace Elotanor Graves I i '\ MOST REASONABLE TERMS
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j II M11djR; Cllllnl" Treet.nrer. IVrcie Oliver Janette Prevail Pansy

fE.3 7't; ; : 1'0,Id u.rlfuh IN Ihp"'I\I..r' Ps4.i(N) u Pre cencelhrl I Bowen Florence Hill, Ignore Van Du- ,,I u.,<;.<<) _,
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1 ) 111 01"11..re+smn. BII'r. tl')NOl 111ml zor. M>'ra LaMartin Ada Louise Simpson :
"orrHII'' .II..I..r"II"W1I
Nellie Cain, Margie
ill S I 1-0..1 nup7 Syltlwell. I George, Robortfl Arthur RhOdPR'j. TRACTS IN I PROSPER( COLONYthe
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< "FANCYG'CERIES y. Ilro"J' M II P I .1911, THIRD GRADK-: Tiner BernardMevk. 1 .

: : .1 1\ 1Tnmhll.. II 11 I'" I 14 It'I !Ned Bullock, Stratton Story, : Place that I isf Becoming 1
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14 I C 111"'r. (.om' H' 1..MII".r "' ..11'Nllc Edgar Bryan, Frank Bryan, Sadie Bry- Famous for Growing W'-W'1'
We solicit; ; art of your trades < ) ';Ht"'h'.I"IIIl1I1e 500R
GRAIN AND $ i an.'ranc! ,'" Trees, Oracle, Gilbert,, .
ft' :, V Fvaun: 1I>o.11."I..r S.'h.1 No. I 81001)AIII.
$ Count Produce J .. 'B"h Boma 14") 00 Blanche DaOMary Tiller, IVms varieties
q 40 FEED OF .. ; Celery and all (other of Vegetables
.' Hides and Furs $ LInn, krallll't 0"Ir.mm. Dann BiTta HUMM .

d ALL KINDS $: and SMd. .. Fine. "t 0)INI !FOURTH GRADEItrlupley: Harris, V\ I..- I .
l t A' Bought Js I ...... 0".,,.l r.r.t '1011' a a SMS a i ss sSBS B WMs .
: ,' ham Arnold GUK"ie Winn Earl Rrfrber.
I ) mMn'
Albion null
t Phone 61. --- =s= = = KJSSIMMEE $ William GetMuriel Prentm, 'Dora
/ $ A 1 hnnpeon 90(91Iw W. L. VAN DUZOR
KNW 1N "'KKKNM'1 N4WKNNKK1M1w'y,,'wv.Skt7 I '.. Me IIrYo" 4)10Flnrne ) UHAS, EHHU* (tars. Itoulah McKenzie, ,
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... .. i.eeMm J1JO Margaret Stanford Nome Dngfjerw/, P '
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RmmA y.11 4004)Ic1luru ) Myrtm \\hidden, I Luc)' Penrce. Chrm- KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
c lip
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Z.W.G.W. BASS j J It 1; j No J .ellpi GRADE Lout
UiHt ) Johnson Amy
: i I D.ilt-ou AMorniHiiPlHl .. .. I41nn4.. I Makinson Hamilton
Cleo
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Dora ChardkolT -
l \0 i, ., /10 ijiPIONEER PLUPJII} S SJIOP\ ".
Fannie Bans, Nettie Newton
% COi4TRA TORS'- AND BUILDERS. MlM Dint N.-ltlK:So' .I Ilnllgr.l| 1 I.;: (nub 4,0)' Blanche Came Hettie l oche., Ruth :t

I MlM1i'firl' Miltlix.Ui .. 2", t1. IX) Harvey Violet Bullock, !FranresSwope, ,
Wood Brick or Stone P HauthnriiDit .. 941Muh.{ Emetttine Brown Frank (V Merry Sam \ SITI'ATM AT

I' \ No 41! . ;it 10l' Story Howard Hirtzel, Lonnie Hughey. i ] KISSIMMKK!: ANI SI1 ('LOM J >
;VIKH KIH I.UHWIII -"nh( i .
SIXTH GRADE-Clyde BarberFred -i.9 ,
l' Dl.tn: II. 4.. ,UI. --- -- -
GUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION W H MHkmnon' i <>. HUPII,,,,, I.'hl.o1 1 SO I.Anwrhan I. J MI) erick S"hydei', Mattie Bell Hams, Dora SOLICIT
i THE PATRONAGE t OF THE f
1" ; lJ.BLIC
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ll.xik (lo !><>>VM 1.1'0 Newman, Ralph Bearden, J. Malcolm

N. etaudard Oil Co. KUHolInn, t:olitBohlilcLli Nn I 770 Overstreet, Celeste Mosely, Ruth Bass, .' 1 hr. tore 'lrrJ/e Hit Utlltrylccnmmodafto/t'M'e f 'i'l; / '
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\ '.b or, t tVliool No!'4 i
.trKissimmee Floijda tl'4SI'are., m-iilouuilH, aila50.? :.NatO, s) Lillie Driggers, Lillian 1'rcntia Maul' t
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f. :, C H HturluiK, luuil pup schk( No 1'44 7 ', , rme Dunn, Myrtle ColliVr.SKVKNTH . H. EDMOND 8WABEV.. PRQPRISTOR P1Y"i'

..;, Ubub.ni u>ollltijia)' . ..,.- 'w tYt, .:.y1o "">4 :: QHATIH":' Annie<< Cromartie\ 111..Hq..h.. . .-_-..=-- ,--. '._-.'. .... .-'--.-.......-.. )_..._. .__' i'
\ Valli'j' l';npuotiiioiluilllov ( of.i.ntiuaSub, 9)i athlei-n Heaixleii. Laura Thomas Mar.gareI '
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.. .. .... '-- -- -_. .. -- -- . . --., ', '" ........ : DiHt NA',II) ':!. ..-W: 1f'j.4:......: t fpAwBu: !'1'36:: r
I Giles'; Mildred Winn, Margaret -' -
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.1..IIIoUnn ,
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rn- r-:.. ti h 261 Davidnort, Ruby Prevail, Ruby Bass TTWO THINGS'ou 1

Pic-Nic Hammock i KiM ])1ne" rU ,nape'i I I..'',Mob' opal I N" h >n'I i' Lawrence Tress. l.yl.s Story Norvin. SHOULD TAKE '
A "In"1 1 l>"' Murphy
tF'lOHTH
() 111 KHSSI WII i, : (;IiADI': Milie, llanHel, Aby : ,
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.,\ I A Y. u UK In'l tip 111 Ii r n' hool I So t
Nathan Ixiwarti: Newton ADVANTAGE OF TODAY
Newman Bryan
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ISlIb) 1)1N' 1)) 1' nO
ll : A stroll". !serviceable' HHIII- ,
; 1 .In mop] (Hub DM No ") 2N- Helen OVerstreet Bertha Bryan i iI

A SPECIAL mock l ; good quality canvas"" .1 \\alk:. llHIll 1 puptlr, .<..hOOl NOSo '8'I I Bettie Pherigo. Jeanette Lewis

Nub 1)n( II) I M) NINTH GRADK Lottie Adams Lucy *, Open) account in Our Savings Department i
well made, very comfortable; .Iohu l.ol. n. h"IIII'': pu plan.rhoI' Nu 2- Marilou Faurnt Rosa Newman I ay .
((1 Hull IINt l t v.Q I) 1 I.1 UO Buckles _., in whirl.. we pay -1 I per cent. .
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in
each Hammock an i : '
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put j
4 up) sate C Ijnt n>HHl I teach whool No III 4'00 -
Mtd I.Illio Italv. NlKU-iu-h thool+ No.16.TPH fi pni4 TENTH -GRADK Roberta Calvert- '.
individual ling of same material 1 And rent a Sale Teposif Tn our Yaull
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"&horn H lary <( AI her )Hcliool No Gilbert Elon Guice Mary Lee TjL
Corinne !, 1
1 2H 'Huh.TMHl No 4) . .>0 which
is
hammock. charged with electricity and
as Oliver Cecelia Overstreet, Helen ,'
PRICE $1.50 1 Minx Effie I AWHOII NH| tc rju r Hchool No I "(
Indispensable on Hunting .!" (Nub DiMt No 41] 16 7iIdiulnin Chase. Is absolutely l 1 burglar I proof. t
The roiurriH of Sub-Sch District ELEVENTH GRADK: Clarence John- ,1

I. trips, Cruises, Camping Parties I No. 3, iVbittier, having been<< received, son. DO IT :
TODAY
TWELFTH GRADE -Bett Mae Graves, ,
I'lc-iiien. the Boarc proceeded to cabvass same
ntil\
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.. and found as follows: \, Bessie Moseley, Rhea Phengo EssieYinn _. -- -- .
Mail Order solicited and carefully tilled.t Certificate of Inspectors and Clerk ofSpecial :

Send money and order direct to us. Tax School District No. 3. Whit-' Citizens Bank'of Kissimmee

t tier,. Florida. R DYSPEPSIA ;
County: of Osceola.
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..vv..wv.w We, the undersigned Inspectors and ARTHUR E DONEGAN PRESIDENT

Clerk of Special Tax School District! You Risk Nothing by Trying This W H. NORTON, CASHIER 'J.

No.3. Whittier County of Oeceola. Rem k. ,

Cichelbefger & Gray Co. State of Florida do tier by tertify thatat We want everyone troubled with indigestion -

1-- the election held in Special Tax District and dyspepsia to came to our __ : YNeNe

No. 3, on the 2nd day of April. store and obtain a box of Rex Dys'. ........................,................................... '"
1910. pursuant to law, we did canvass pepsi Tablets. They contain Bisr h- *
SOUTH FLORIDA'SLARGEST the voteR cast at said election for the Subnitrate and Pepsin prepared by i WHAT IT MEANS i'KaIlY ,t'

HOUSE FURNISHERS persons, and to fill the office hereinafter process ,which develops their greatestpowrrvto i people dD not know what! a B"JIk'* CaKltaltc' \!{or. or Ih. diM"'tI"S between ::
specified, and further to canvass disturb I bank of little or no ij.plt.nl and one WIth Urje oapltal. :j:

,the votes cast at said election for number . overcome digestive a A BAVK'8. (C#PITAI., AND 8URPIAUL :i: i
1101 Franklin Street Tampa, Florida I Dietriet! levied ance. i- '. a teed that prattou the depositor" from 1....,' .......thiTiTj.. 'a 'be i:: '
Tax be
of mills of to .
Rexall Dyspepsia. .Tablets are very ar.a otaotlou the depo llora( have Thin( bank han a S

- and collected annually for two succeeding pleasant to take. They soothe the irritable =_ OfcpltalofSnrplun luad ofnkhnlcUra .. .. .. ."""' .000 00 '4 '
00 a
k years and the votes cast in said I ,- weak stomach strengthen and =- liability 50g000 00 I. I
Election: District at said election were the relieve i .. '
digestive ,
invigorate organs = A of 1116.000 00 a
I A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF as follow nausea and indigestion<< promote nutri- i Tllio haaatiahat w .ut. 1"0 1115,/Nlpm, b.fnre our d.po.ltors could In.. a S
r For trustee, 14 votes, as follows / tion and bring about a feeling of comfort = e.nt. 1Tia proteo\lotlla YOl7 S '.

J. F. Williams . .. . , .14 votes i STATE I :
+Office ;Furniture and FixturesSTATIONERY. BA OF KISSIMMEE \ ,
: F. J. Godwin . . 10 If you give Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets J J'i
J. J. Harvey . . . 8 .
a reasonable trial we will return your a r..MMt ...C><..'DA. .
BLANK BOOKS, John H. Baisden .. .. . .1 -
if not eat with the U. A.
CARSON
are ayed
money you = .roBN N. .. !
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES E' C. W. R. Godwin . . 2 result. Three sizes 25 cents 60,cents President VtP."ld N. CARSON. Oaahi... Ii .

R. A. Bartow . . . 1 / and $1.00. Remember* you. can obtain ......................................... ..............-......HI. '

VERTICAL FILING DEVICESMOST For Tax Levy 3 mills' received 14' Rexall Remedies in Kissimmee only at f

MODERNI votes. I our store-The Rexall Store.-Osceola SEEDS POULTRY PPLIE
R. A. Bartow Inllpe- 'on of Election Pharmacy 't
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\ The Oldest Established House '
Seed
Levi! Drawdy, in Florida.
I, have inaugurated a Mall Order Department perfect in detail-you can ? Photography. L
O. R.
,: ... hop with me by mall with the same assurance. .of fair treatment as you Baas Of I E. A. MARTIN & COMPANY
F. J. Godwin Clerk I to make
.' am prepared photograph
'11' would secure by panooal purchase.V jt
:, !, _._ -_ 'I The Board therefore declared Jl F. .f all kinds at my' studio located just 8.-.n t..e.d liash.aes of W..a. Botuw AC.. .
above the Midland Ry., on Broadway, Garden Field and Flower Seed Poultry uppliei and Remedies, feecleansdjt l
I FRANKLIN Williams K. J. Godwin and J. J. flar-
410
I'h ( : STREET'TAMPA.
M' will n anywhere t* make outside .
A . BaR.' BBGKWITH FLA. vey elected trustees for said Sub pool views Frees' reaaenakle. S- Incubator Writ for Catalogue. ,

P ,. Dlatriet No. S, for the next two y.. J. A. LANCA/TIER: P..e.4J71 nos B Bar StrMt, JACK: *MVIU.S.PNNM

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: r You can come to . ', '2 I Her SnowballBrMOiljE I (ft.Fence* thpp.Iremllx salter Certdltiens.Under. Pe- The Waters & CarsonCompany: '


An extraordinary will has been left 4
KISSIMMEE K VTTHEftElJ.' by aa elderly unmarried... lady-wbodled' > ' '

I te Vienna. Her property, amountingto '

:+. .' ROM - :" CepyrIsb' ttM by AnMrtcaJt Prs.aAaeetaM6 about tSO.OOO. la appointed to be dl- :: Graqe13y : .
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Tided betweeu; her throe-nephews, DoW ,

: aged twenty-four, tweiity-neveu aad

t .KANSAS: CiTY :
Btoanwr 'twenty-one sad twenty-two, [ GRoctIRI
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J '.AND "RETURNFOR. \ $ w, .neo rites keys m;,day, go"t* bed aa soon ; -,. '

IJ .t $30.OO and spend 25 days : .i they get bole, arlM lo the monlnn TIle: six nephews and nieces niuat'Vll ,I . -. ... ? ti, +etA
and tiamcaertng at the keys .
begin .
'. j again. Tbe bony bop she bad for any live In.the house formerly inhabited by I WE SELL .. .,
jtbeir .aunt,. with the executor, a lawyer WE 'BUY
2 1 Long cnoiijnr; time to investigate ttle''uel t . thing' better was' In saving from the ; whose business It will be to IJ4I' *'

Bargains in 5-Acre Tracts Town Lots meager aalnry received accumulating '
pecanlary'enowball' and retting It that the_ropcUUon. of the wlH are' i HAY

'- :and Country Property in the a .. strictly 'observed. None of tbe nephews 1 HIDES.:
roll and roll till It.was" a creat'ma. -GRAIN -', :.
Z state. for sale by ; Bat the 800'" .W.* very thin and dry Is to marry before reaching bis I I FURS : ,
tortietb'7Mr the nieces before their
t and cold and wouldn't P&fck. ApID'aDd or FERTILIZERS .
t again she thought she'Lad; her ball thirtieth under tbe penalty that the 1 .' "
ALYEA WOOL 1
W. S. bare of the marrying will be I .l Jo, "
one so
i started but it fell to pieces. She calculated : SHINGLES. .: .. ';- ,
ahead far as ahe''molts; able divided among; the others. -. .
so
OmcB IN PARK HOTEL, KIS$IlrfMEE, FLOIDANew I 1 I ORANGE AND '
1' : In the. matter of necessities but )Just Further, the six legatee are admonished BOXES .r J :
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: ................ ........... when she Into expected her savings to put somethingusable bank: her' ,never It one to should quarrel do among so persistently themselves I I; ORANGE: WR PSVEGETABLE . .->-ALL (j)1) , .

hoes) would give out or she would the executor Is empowered to turn CRATES COUNTRY\ '
need a winter coat <>r some'other article him or ber out of the house aud divide n

of clothing, and so It was a long UM share' an In the case of marriage. 1 CRATE NAILS PRODUCE 1''.

1 Meat Market whUe befer she bad got together evena :raw executor I. himself forbidden to ,

f hundred dollars.. <- I marry or to reside elsewhere than lu I'I'I .

\ Then her snewball began to pack the uouv with, tbe legatee as long air We sell field and garden seeds or all Hinds, .

New York Avenue, Opposite the Bank and at the end CI( another year by dint I. \* holds his office, to' which a bsnd- We rive special attention. .fitting out hunting and camping '

of the severest parsimony she. bad some remuneration 1. attached >. 1 parties '

_ First-Class Meat Cutter in Attendance. Beef, doubled her capital. But Just as abe Tbs old maid Is said to have made Frte delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
elated that she would be this will because ber .
was feeling peculiar nephewsand
" Fresh Pork and Mutton Always ,on'Hnijd. la receipt of W a year which she I nieces continually' worried her I We are county agents for good fetn1Jz !s. __'Ask us for circular A,,
and
prices
; would not have to work for she was. during her life by asking ber to give on fertilizers. .

taken 111. and nearly $DO of tier savings j them mODe, to enable them to. marry, '
CITY
MEAT DELIVERED.TO ANY PART OF ,
were paid oUt for doctor's fees ''req1Jellt. she always' refused.-London
I IOtIOgOtIOIkDNtititOgOlk0li0t>d>
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r and medicines.As dlOgOla0gpl0tl0flOlaOgOqfitC J
1elprssu- I
CLOtu' Boon a* the plucky: girl was well : C. A. CAKbON.Prmld, J. A. CUANrORD. g. L, Lt1t>ra. -.....

PADGETT & TINDALL FLOHIUA &be began again, and In another six OLD MAN HARE. ...nl. Vle -Pr .
.. -, months bet snowball, bad recovered
-j had lost From that time i#
AgA CAPITALISTb'or what' It j I i Th. Actor's Masting, With Glad.tOft..1
-POSE z
forward she did better She not only ,
the Theater.
ONE DOLLAR w e will send you three handsomely lithographed, but received an Increase of salary bat her Outaid LUMBER CO.
worthless, stock certificate, which you can fill out yourself for any amount, and funds were paying Interest There I I John Hare, the eminent English .

have Iou of fun showing to your friends aa proof that you are wealthy. These were, backsets, of course, hot when actor-manager said that the most delightful j .t
certificate appear to represent railway, gold mining and Insnrance enterprises, semiannual ef Interest I compliment bs ever .receivedwas
( und look lust like tho "'rl'althillg," but must not be used tojt realize money. the figuring from Mr. Ulndstone It was a I
eiaw. Found and she looked at her total
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ONE SAMPLE FOR FIFTY CENTS 1
I double ended ('omplIUi 1t. Whichever
Send two cent for illustrated Circular. It was always Increased till at P''
stamp way you took It It was alltl8fa tor.J''. I ugh and Dressed
; INDEPENDENT PRINTING COMPANIES WASHINGTON U C. length she bad got together a tbonaand ,
. dollars Mr. Hare earned tame playing old !
- men's bill character Mr. Gold
parts as
The receiving teller of the tu Tlut( by; tu "A Pair of Spectacles" being a \j Pine .'
bank where she kept ber' rnDe> was alike Lumber;
SUNNY SOUTH STABLESGEO. good example Added to this was a I .
looking young man and alwayswhen I J
horror of having bis picture taken.
-1'' she mode a deposit be smiled at a"r
:]Mr. Gladstone had never seen a pic j '
her and bad something pleasant to
,. ture of Ole actor but ha knew him I !
.
say.One well, behind tbe scenes as well as before = .
HOUSE St
W. OVERSTREET, Prop. day there came a commercial the footlights. The premier's favorite BILLS A ECIALTY.-.> r
Prices went down down down.
Music. play was "A Pair of Spectacles OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOrXX. (
tin currtlefl' could be bought In many .
," and be always went behind the
Livery Sale arid BoardingWell raofc for half their Intrinsic value
renes to chat awhile with the a tor. ..t,
One day when Eleanor< went to the
The really old man and the made. up
bank to make a deposit her teller
wild :New Stock and Vehicles sod prepared old man would .It there and talk in
equipixxi friend said tq her: VERY LOW ROUND TRIP
RATES
; demands with natisfkctluo.Neavy. the most delightful way for an hear '
to meet' all : :perfect. There ls an opportunity Just now after the-chow ,

fer you to make __. moaey. Take
One day the Karl of Itosebery. bad .
what have m here and bay a few' VIA
Hauling and Boarding Horses a Specialty. yea Mr. Qladotoue to dluner and be also
shares ef some klstd of stock. Choose
only what !. regarded aa ...., pay Invited his friend John Bare The Atlantic Coast Line
actor came In smooth shaved, looking .
102 -
... BROADWAY PHONE for it out and out and put It away.
about thirty-five. He was presentedto
.j -
-- -- of be
shares
He gave her a list considered -
Mr. Gladstone and the minister
prime
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good and tbe address of a bro- shook his hand most cordially $29.66-WASHINGTON, D.C. and RETURN--May 46. IT. J8.

ker. The result .f thto advice was and said: Limit June 1st. Extension to June 16th..fee $1.00'

that she pot of all tbe money which she bad could bo ,, "My dear sir,.. 1 am very, very glad $51.05-BALTIMORE. MD., and RETURN-May 8, 9. 1O.-- Umit '
the stock a corporation
SIZESThis to meet you I know your father "fJIr7.1fer'7 June 1st$56.56TATLANT1C. .
tar below that she
be bought so pat i
,' held what represented tow times well Splendid .-ctorl Fins aid CITY J..and. RETURN-May. 16., 1?, 16. rt.
man)I" Limit June 6th.
r
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what' she had paid
which Several year passed. The packwa It took tbe whole evening 'tor the 25.10-'NEW ORLEANS. La.r and RETURN---May 14, 16, 16
is an exclusive featutq ol Regal Shoe, to earl and Mr. Bare to convince him '
Limit May 23rd. '
,'Ever, and securities has reasumed : .
we want to call the attention of everybody in thin town that thiaaon'was' really the father. -
-RICHMOND '
l their normal ,aloe. Ose. day $53.46 Va.'and RETURN-Apr 30 May 1, 2.?Lim>
J la addition to the usual half and full sizes Regale come in Eleanor concluded to sell the shares and it May 17.; i, ::;.% .

A the a l7e-quarter and three-quarter pus In between.Tlii aloe bad bought,during the panic and certain" north'country'Instinct.A miner. wen. $19.30ASHEVILLE, N, C.' and RETURN-May;.2, 3..4..6..6.7." '

ii give* you just, double the number of put the money back la tbe savings particularly proud of a, clever Httle '" 8, 9; 10, 11. Limit May 31. By extension June 16th fee $1.00

ty ? / fitting found in other shoes, and mean all the ,: bank.so when She the knew broker nothing offered banking ber hit", dog be possessed. At times he was apt $30.SO-CINCINNATTI. Ohio, and RETURN-May; S. .9_ 1O., ..1L,.,

rREGAL difference( between a Dear-fit and an exact fit. I II i I chock she asked for currency Instead to claim a little too much for his petand Limit May 22. Extension May--aI, fee $1.00

II I I He sent out the check got It cashed oue morulug a neighbor was endeavoring $14.15--AUGUSTA Oa., and Return-May 2/5,4. 'LJmit"MaySl.t

I 1 Bud imtd her forty-Ore, hundred-dollar. to point oat the dltrereruw SI-OI OVTEXISAJ13LO W J-UD i ,
I say : between lusttnct andreason when an
FAST TRAINS
r ,-p1Iis THROUGH PULLMANS DINING :CARS,
Sh<: went to the Muting bask dashed amusing Interruption occurred Aseedy
I with I he thought of meeting her teller looking tramp turned the corner For reservations or information call on Ticket or '
T R. BEAZLEY. TI'A., .r: G. KinKLA/fD D. >>. A.TAMPA 1
t .
: friend. but on reaching It saw another aud the dog without so much as .a

f face at tbe window. Sloe was told that word from his master sprang into tbe FLA. I '

I road and offered battle ..- . .
the former teller bad gone: to tb.th \ '
Only Regal* q National Arouud the corner.' 'There you are." laughed too miner -

). / _. Are Made InQuarterSize .$350. $400 The clock ID the saving bank stoodat as the dog snapped aud snarled around THE GimoiiE E GME np 'SHOPS aYKk i
] ;, i fiveminute*- to S -wfaea-'BJoaaor: tbe-beela, .... !Tramp" 'E) doa'lJJte jUBCjiijit-

i ;Q8 $500 II I started for the -tb National bank aed tbe looks of the chap That's instinct. .

I at two minutes of 3. when she reached Suddenly the tramp turned and kicked ANTHONY '
A. LOLL Proprietor.FairbanksMorse
::11\' the receiving tellers window On !seeing the dog Into an adjacent field. *:

Eleanor bts fore lighted with s "There you' are" ejaculated the min AGiENT POI -
; .
: p smile but when she laid down bee er's friend grimly.I "The chap dou't '
Models
Our Latest In' trsu ure bh expression changed Uke tbe looks of the dog. Aa' thafs, Gas Enginesand
"You're too late to deposit that to-' fD.-Lanclon TH-Blts.

I
-Isu't tho eleeiSD kwsr a .tUjckr Two Strsng Co4noidsnes..

; lREGM SHOES. site; a"koo.", A structure known as !Stood ley Pike .

I -T 'fi, but Tm too busy to attend to It Which stands ninety yards high awl Is

., today" shunted near neWel bridge, Knglaud,- AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR PEp: Aj iR EO

, afford you exclusive! custom style a* well as perfect custom fit. : "Honvem! What .sn I do with 11 T bas 'a renmrkablehistory. It was ,.

Our Regal Oxfords built advance models I shall bit robbed! built lit 1814 to commemorate tbe pease
\ new are on designed by ARTESIAN; WELLS DRIVEN ANY '
, celebrated N w York. London and Paris bootmakers fot this season a "Very well 1'1tftkf'\ It. but I haven't of Client Singular to relate however, .DEPTH., ,..
lime to make a deposit ticket for you it fell on the very day that the Russian -
wear. Come in and them
try on. or give yon a Wink boofe. Como to ambassador ,left England/ prior-to

/ morrow tbe CrlmVan war.' Rebuilt by public We Solicit 'aIIIinds{{
C. W. D N '/N Repair Work
A lIe took the money, nod Blenuor! saw subHvrlptlon. it wtthiftOod storm and t .

him pat k lo a safe, Then<< tbe next ralu for bolt a century, but on the .
.
7y took his place and tho next loyernmt'Dt"tlumrd -- ' -,-=- -'. -:-:-- '
depositor sums day that the British = l'
: .
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Wht'D tile window was closed tt WAS S Its ultimatum the Boers Itwas

8''lo.'k.. ": struck by lightning and badly OOOOIPYYOO*OOOOOOOYYYYo J-d
TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST BY
Eleanor heard If'
The next nMimtag damaged. Tbeee unique coincidences .
ne<>j>ffl talking about-the failure tit n Lure jtraagely. perplexed local awplo. 0
- Dixi Fiver an'l South Atlantic Limited bnnk Her cheeks bfc n tEStEYCOM'PA1rf
lenrned It was tbe IwrtltnlUm where iE.|

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I
i4 ---- -- She bur
-1L. ----- she bad pot ber snowball. Pandemonium. .

' .. Tampa/ A.C. L to.'O a. m.L. Lv. Tampa A. C. I. 10 Ao a. m. Tied to tbe place, sand the doors "They' sire going to tick loess wp tar ,0.,. it
.. Lakehnd A. c: L 114. a m. I lsk.l.nd; A. (,; 1. ''f i.OM1 m.Lv. ch. .t<*d and a crews' of melancholy the good of too community. ST. F
:
I... KLnmnee A. C. I. I."" p. m ha.Immer. A. C L : : m. I' g CLOUD.IFLORIDA. .
L.. a'rland" A. C. L. I.<11 p. m .rl.ndoA.C I.. .. 1.11: p. m.I. people standing about 0.... the silitery "What's be done" g.i
"anford. A. C. L .... II Ni p. m. ... "'anlord. A C. L. 21p.\ m.Lv..l.ck.onvf of that moment Qot Mum were start-
"He's of setting
talking Biwwnsnc's
.. J""bo..UI.A.I1.L.... 111/\/ p m. A L 8.1e -
.. Wa,."...... A. C I. 1".16 p m. I v. Waycrun..: C.:E: .111:Od :. :: lug from ber eyes when she felt a tap poems to Itlchard Strauss ......"- THE NEW COLONY |
A" ........ O. 8.A 1//'. 3..11 a m. Ar. Macon 0 8. 6 Jp' 3.211 a. m en ber sb slder. 'Tsmlng. there stood Cleveland Leader STORE
Ar. Atlanta, C.of Ga. 1I.r.u' a. m. Ar. Atlanta, C.uf t-------- II 28.. m.
her letter frtemd. Pnctlng his Bngerto ,
Ar.Cha-, W. A A--------11 I 0'1 .. ... Ar.Kooxvl",1.. 6 N 1:1.11Po: \ m. Ida and walking be gave a'Dd '
... ...., I I. lips away Rather Ost.pok.n..Yeu.og Staple :
Ar.Na.bvils..N.ABt.L p. m.Ar. Ar.Corbin. AN 8. 0 p. on. Fancy' Groceries =
\ Luulavll"-Lo-A" N $.$13 prn.Ar b... s look that told ber.to follow Ulm. Sportsmantt, worth my Shoes, ,Geiits( ,
at a-... L C ... 7.I a. m. She did and when they were Alone to Furnislilnss 8ltclieuivaeo'GIast
se. 1
...Ind anapulia! P. R R .... LUG a m. time fish In this neighborhood Native g' and ChfrIia..0warn
i A 1. .. a. 4 m .. be. said: Well, the fishlD ain't worth :4.
I Ar Ar. :::::'=., i.6ANN. a.la: :: mI : Ar Ar CincinnatI i.xineton I.1.AN.AN 7.10 11.1p.\ p. m.m. -Five," tBksvtes before yes came totbe _tblD' to speak of; but then' 1 eom't o at Lowest Prices. Confections, Cigars.: t,

.Ar.Ar. T.Ev.n.vi11...... Haute,L E.6 6 N.T. H. 121x1 a.1Po a. m m. Ar Richmond. P. R R-------: 11.42pp: ,. /baak with your money yesterdaythe know what your time might.he west). o and Tobacco. 'Oils and Gasoline. :
Ar. Cb"'r....C. hi 11: 1 11.1 a. m. Ar I hl",1IU P ft, R.. 7.10. m. directors decldej Dot te open to- Comic Cuts. oo -

'--- day. I was told te give set -no IsvfortnntloD Saves you money on
Solid train j; Jacksonville and Chicago; Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars till this morning I tried lo I Pessimistic.What o goods before buying elsewhere.everything you. want. See our O"., 4,

; Coach.!. and Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping. } Cars Jacksonville'and St. Louis; send yen away and failed Rut yes a "p&slmist Browa k TWhat's tiC a Money saved Is money made. Don't throw jt 0-'
and Evansville. innile, In the bank and have away. /
Dining: Cars Atlanta n<> li-xmlt| the mutter now? for the 0A.gents -
Slid' train Jacksonville and Cincinnati; Pullman Sleeping Cars, Coaches and' nothing to;show that you Intended .. "He even hewHlhi' the fart that he Famous Phenix Safe, It is strictly Fire .A..'
proof, Special prices.
> Baggage Cars; Pullman Slurping Cars to Chicago and Indianapolm make one. Your money l IO! In mv own can't live to ('Olle't>rtr |life Insurance.! \ <0;: '
-- private box I will bring It to you; I Ihl" -Detroit I Free Pre! '' I tSTRICTLY
n

for reservation I 01 other information communicate with your Tu'kt Agent I'vf'nlnJ. ." ,,I I with.I I :g: 6.A..S-I-f'i",:
Ati.l-t. be>dkt. That nuwtinll\ Is now Some eren/ftnd fault : ,
G. Kirkiand. Diyision kaaaenherAgsniA. i _R It .Tampa.. F4n-iu.. menran't'
or -- .
r* Jy} ovtr tiytfWlrttmd' the hn"a. teMer-manages pug rt1p>r-. .V tbougU: they- bad"discovered OeQttQtOOOOOOO.a..c.OOOOiQ.tQt ; :"

: It a. the capitalist's! husband: something to be proud of. Qt,,\.C--CO. , iQ-


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..7Kissi_ Valley! Gazelle WHAT -ABOUT OS-C[ my I hifeir f n ,*:;.. j- e- General-Washington, at.Jhft.., battle of --GNUt4L-DJRCIORY. W. S. HARWELL

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'. __ ._ back for the school anyway, M .f'-ve Mqpm fath, and also loaned the gd\- .
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,: & -: : : : OlA HIGH SCHOOL: lived here long enough to realize1',''that ernment large sums of money j amounting 4.STAT'E tJ:
't4' PUBLISHED VRY. FRIDAY. : ;;
I ) my Children can: !get a better education to over *80,6W: ( ),, to help "eq 1'p the Of the Churches and 1r krnalSoc.

if' Office in Valley .Gaieite Building.K1B31MMEE. . if. -' here than.lhey can in mary other towns solifi r(of that trying time. The money I eties of Kis immee. .- --..... '

08CBOt.A OdUNTY. FLA. The Question Answered by) One of tWIC: the population arid get it; at has nevethfen paid back to .the/ heirs J .. Notary. Public at Larfie e
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ff, I, less than )half, OKI (cost] Avhich wild, the."principal and interest, I .. I, Office over itoberson's, Fbahna.ey..

I W. B, HARRIS,' Editor and Prop'r.:' Who' Came to Klssimmee for .f .... ,CIfAR: .C.: PILES. '. amounts. to> several l rnilllori/) fifftollarsr.=..1. CHURCHES. .' >*. KlfcSlMMEK, FLA..

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s. J.TRIPLETT4As.ocI.to: .Editor. No Other Purpose But That At
S, t"'J j 4.=SUBSCRfPTION- JRATESi, ?' Ills' Children Sbould Have the :TRITE ANDJJUTHrULU ,I other such' claims; will :.riif' ; ""Saidby. : the I, l3tPTI.- ' ..." "".' " ."" 'i-: ::1.t\Vit.ON-i-; -:- ; :: ,' .rit.:' ": -

I .J 0.naY. one reari' ,11 00 ., !, government> : -, 4! e : . .. .
DunyiMi 'I '
ODe"'PI'. monthi toAH Best. ., i The Odd IKjjJlowti) .. are Iettlnlf'hady Stephens; tjuntor. "'
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C NoTAltVSTATK 1 t./lLIC. . .1
*- I By Ol.U, viI.)\ ERas, J 1 ('jVganjittJt Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -} C Bryan,
mminIc.tio.c.pt here Sti Cloud "
(ramoar authorIsad -. --r-. to. df{e in I :-' LAHOK.ReftlEntnte 7'
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j --'-.,.-. & miiBt tw Urnee' by the writermatter 4 _" "_ __' ; superintendent. AT S
Rejected will not be returned. tmleaaalled ) 1'lb. h< Woo for.'BnUre Doubtless many fathers and mothers ; Preaching 11 a, m., und 7.45 m. / Aff5ntr-) ..
. Society owes t.oj-viryman; a chance, rented th* hall over, the Frank ..Hassj p. .-
hesitate about coming to Florida, thinK- Pruy..r meeting 7.45 Thursday ISIMrEE.: : : .- FLORIDA:
: ia'tthePaatom_ ln Klmimma. ; *.:Fla.. a. : to make an ImiirKt living. j Drug 0'etor. building... evening j ; <

-aeeond-cUiu' mall-matter., ,- , ing that the school advantages of their --'-- I The beds have arHvedfo .,,the new 13. Y. _B. U. *?.Vi Friday evening. . ... . :'- ,--.= fl. ,
+ Northern homes 'are much .'
irldavpri1.2i.lU i) O. better than 'rIIugtetri.; "fortes-like produces; lJ .otjl.' They are of the white heavycnam.ed .Visitors.. always wtlcome. SIMPSOtfDENTIST. .
., they are here. To ouch pc-oplrt let me : : : -1 D1tJI. _
L like henee the 'necessity of governing. l iron varu-ty.. .- .
lay, that you In almost. every instance I \ .
our t houlth.J. i-RESBYTERUN.
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From Flies and Filth are badly I mistaken. t .
: ANNOUNCEMENTS.forMember j S. S. Snyd.er, pastor. -
;'i... i !I t.'psts-ir in Katz Huilclincr.Ohrica .1
It (','I.q but little morp'to'raJM1; a guorlhorse ---.- Sunday\ Schoo! 9.45 a. m.Gio.. F.
Tofod and Fever State'Fair at-.Tampa in j the winter of ... Ho't-'n 1I..a. m. o 12 "I
- : than a f-ciuu. How about that Parker, miperintendent.' !,: [ j ].
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II. bf the r 1.30toli.30p.m.
.1905, wax' surprised to find that W. : Legislature
boy "tyourq'?! . Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. Telephone;N'o. 7f1 Jun 6-. lit
: t ., The following is a copy of a circular Smith, an old schoolmate and friend, I T" the I l). nnx'ratir"Voters ii/ O cIa Coiinly: : :preaching .every second and fourth ___ -
- was l of the Osceola I hereby mmouiivv. inym-lf. H ranUnla'to for ar .
principal High
.e.oIrF'icaoF
; 'a' issued by' a committee composed of It is. be.tter to have smuil! kingdom Sunday at 11 a. m. und 7:30: p. m. 1 1G.F.KRIE3E3S
j Member of !! H"Use f RepresclttaliTeH the
School j l> ill I ooigyy JUDGE. K snaouATTORNEVATLAW
and that the exhibit
thereby
I t"I...... prominent jdeorgla phyalcans to' the sent of'great m..n' than a great kingdom of Kiorl'trt IA frfbittir" . ''r..", fl'.i.i.'iiflty. nubI Prayer meeting and choir practice i .

people of tat state, and it is so replete this school wait indeed wonderful. small men. ; I I I joi-t .ofii.ui I I in, I Ih,- w 1-II..r the f'emoc'ratlo' Thursdays before the second and fourthSundayM I{! i I .

,with gowl\\ sound sense that we take showing that thin. 'school, both t..acherll"and ",.I'r', I?I i h. '.riiMiil"-\ >Ii- )lifM" 1 ou the Hath -at 7:00: p. m. .
pupils work i i1.y 1,1 MIT !1" n-nl -,-|ii-ctiriy! ) 0 i>lwlt jour
c were doing good ,
much pleasure in .reproducing .t. It is How much evidence; Visitors most invited to all ;.
are you givingfor j > 01"1 I '.!':' '!'. cordially j p.tlu in Circuit Court.L/ nd .-Titk* e_ ", i
.. peculiar that we pay such little attention theirs )bejng far above the average. At Him who said "Ye; shall b.. services. I, bid. I..d.. ........ Arr.nn.nt.. Itte.: '. drew's,'
that time Professor Smith told me thatI my and Aeknaiw.dgreent. taken. .
to the sanitary conditions of our witnesses?" ..1< for Member of the !
town when wearer constantly reminded would make no mistake if I would -- Legislature.AI '

bring my children to Kinsinnmee. and th. MjliclUitiun of my many fHenda I hereby CHRISTIAN.A. .
all health authorities that three.
by It'Wl' desire one thing ami expect 1 M. Chiuholm
/ another pastor.
announmy ondidacy for R..I'.tetiv..0' the
t fourths of the sickness ia caused by unsanitary place them in this high school as soon we are '.'a house,. divided against j| 1.4irivLaiur* from IM.eollnt wubji-rt... th."tlon Preaching first second and third Sundays Sprigg Fleming

., premiseses and it i is h9ped I as they were far enough .advanced to i tile 1 f, which; can't st ard..' i j of thr, Dun..crati I't-jmnri-.. "- of each-month at 11' a. m. and 7.45 .

1t that the printing of.the circular will\) be leave the home school. Years passed. t f M. J HICKK. p. m.

and I sent our* children to a private I CLEANING I -
the means of bringing about better con Things worth while! can't lie done :i' Bibte School 9.45a.m.-A. W. Winn, '

C ditiona both on the part of our city au-f boarding school for one term, with poor without n ....truKoo'I/ / / For Represeutative' superintendent; A. L.: Davidson, assistant PRESSING
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thoritiea as'well citizens. results. Then it occurred to me that I DYEINGREPAIRING.""
aeour_
superintendunt.
_ possibly I had better investigate a little. i -*(t itit icitatKin) of m> frio'n The circular follows: Talk J is i.heap. and the who !I Christian Endeavor .
/ man can j rtMiincm>Mt'lf a rundklatt- for r"--ctkin to the every Sunday

I 1 spoke to .our county superintendent talk ansi work at the. same. (time i is a rare I .*0))e... .J )Jt.itrrtfntatiN*. ot< Oitceula" .'ount,. ub- evening at 6.30 p. m. _
; Prof. W. T. Kennedy, a..kinhim. about j ji7l to Ih. i.cI.n d trtiVmocraV'U; : primary<> .
allow I'
Don't flies in your house.Don't reature. Prayer meeting and choir pra..tlc. every I
4 the: and of ...several I IM IH '
hlunding reputation Id Ma> .t. M1 Thanking tlti iHwplt! for
1 permit them fo;xl' ---- Thursday! at 7.45 '
I near your high schools and high school towns.. in I I I thpir pbAt. .- Vi il I UK thi'it f utuiupvort.. p. m. i Leave ....ol.d! ut ti,) house und clulLe

especially milk. Florida. He told me Osceola High You( are I liouxhtVith i a I price. Who's/" < VCKKKFor i| will be called Jar and returned.

r Don't buy food stuff where 'flleu are your JtII'. ha-er'. .
School located at Kissimmee, WHS one EPIS'OPAL.H..v. I
tolerated. . # ---- I
of the bent. if not the' very best, and County Judge David D. Kuld I Don't eat where flieH) have access to l.i ,,'5-: i I lime I and death are |,iunihments i : '
that the moral atmosphere was "xc..I.lent I i A rmnunce'my n.........H candidate I h.> cumitipnniarii't Services every' !second and fourth Sun- Satisfaction'GuaratiteeW. < +-
food. for violations of liiw. !
our "
the cost. of living am) rentswere .. fur the* nfTtc*of <'.."nl> Jude p and Judgi'. da'y at 11:00: a. rn.Q -,
ir'; ; Flies are the most dangerous injects reasonable and that the health was us j of ti, O'niiit;. .-ill forthitif. 'iured) form.G. Communion 2nd --
:;: unday at morningservices. -
known to.man. Man l has. lost I ii mental, and physical I ) i K'' good as any town in the sta e?! .
p : i Flies are the f filthiest of all vermin. balance if he fails to obey. the laws under I C. BASSWholesale
Such words of praise coming from a Guild! mating every first Tuesday.METHODIST. .
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They are born in filth, live on filth and w huh >h. CMI-IS _
for
man who had no interest in this countyor Supervisor of Registration. -

ij i carry filth around with them. They are school', and knowing as much as' he I hTl. y .'1IIOUII.... m)vlf a cawlidato for r..

\ \I ? '" maggotd! before they are flieH. does. a'uout" Florida schools, clinched the No man' ran \tie in pcrifd I j health. in ..i_ tion t,, tto) uflirc, of "HuiterviiMir. of KejriHtrmLion and Ret.115:

I? Fliee are known to be carriers of body and mind and not pay olirdienre. .>f O*r* (.la ("onnty. Mudjcct to the action of the Jas. T. Mitchell pastor.
matter. I to Kissimmee investigate Dealer
came to ir.
_, millions of death-dealing disease germs. to divine laws Democrat',K Irmn rn'. and solicit your upport. Preachingevery; Sunday morning and -
and found that the half had '
W Gl'-IFFIN:
t They leave some of these germs wher- evening. -
not been told. I met some of Osecolacounty's I
ever they alight. Sunday Schoof 9.45 a. m.J.. M. Lee, I
best citizenx/nnd I must ST. CLOUDInteresting Fresh Beef
Pork
say
and-
f kr : Flies may infect the food! you eat. that I never met with finer people in I for County Treasurer.I superintendent. ,

lit They come to your kitchen or to your I I announce myarlf a caiMJUlat. fur re' Prayer meeting every Thursday |
country. They are kind and
any cour-
k dining table, fresh from the privy lection to the office of County Treasurer subject night. | !

-'-: vault, from the garbage box, from thepr teousall. extend you the glad hand, and Items of News Gatheredby to the action- of the Democratic:. PnmarWw. . Choir practice every Saturday night. ] Mutton
are-willing and anxious to tell you about B. 4'. MfLI ER.
: manure pile, from the cuspidor from Our Correspondent in the .
and show you their beautiful town, and *" "I
decaying animal or vegetable matter FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.! I PHONE 4-t. -
were especially proud of their town. Home of the Old Soldiers. II I
for Tax Collector.I .
c or from the contagious sick room with .. ,
i
I need not tell,you that I went back I :
I f this sort of filth on their feet and in -- hereby announo* myself a candidate for r.* MASONIC. 1 j

43y __ their bodies, and they depocl'1r- :'your home a Kissimmee. booster. I rented The Woman's Relief Corps was i inspected lection to th. offica of Tax OollMtor of 0.-... Orange Blossom Lodge,. No. 80, F. & J. [ Sharpe & Co. !
my property and came'to Kissimmeeat County, .aubject th. action of the Democratic '
J on Monday afternoon by Mrs. .
A. M.
.; food, and you do swallow filth from meets first and third Monday
once. I have lived here eleven months Primariea and aolicitthc; support. of the voter. In
Dr.
rt privy vaulta, etc., if yeu eat food that i Orpha Bruce, of Tampa, who Is thi eUctkin.' nights in each month at 7.30 o'clock in

J1 t:., hu come in contact with, flies. and I find the people the same generousand Past Grand Senior Vice-President of C I. BANDY. Fraternity Hall. DEALERS IN

_ .-tLI \, Flies may infect you with tuberculosis hospitable people that I first: met. the W. R. C. J. H. Hansel). W. M.

Fact is, "more I know 'em better I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. -Garner and children -, .
; typhoid fever scarlet fever, dipthe- like 'em. For Tax Assessor.Thankinir W. M. Carson secretary. Staple and Fancy Groceries .
left for their Kentucky home
rill and infectious diseases. on
other They the rot.rfi of Oacaola Bounty for part

I Xf. have the habit of feasting on tuberculosis The achool is indeed more than I expected. Tuesday.Rev. support.- I hereby announce myself a "candidate KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. -

sputum and, -other discharges of A beautiful and expensive J. R Westcott, pastor of the for election to the -... of Tax A._ AND XUNTHY PRODUCE I
t Friendship Lodge No. 10, meet.
those sick with these disease and then building with all modern conveniences.. Methodist Kplsvopal church, WAS a in and f..o.eooolA County subject to the action: of every -
Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fra.
the Democratic Primary be held May the 10th.
Such a building would seldom be Jacksonville vi i tor-Jos t week. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
direct to food to seen ,
go your your drink to 1910. If elected I plrdve. the tax payer bt the ternity Hall.F. .
in towns of twice the Inhabitanta of The Woma .' Club na4bee'n
) the 'lip of your sleeping child, or Perhaps specially entire. County a continuation ot faIthful aenrice C. Bryan chancellor commander. : '
.1 t6 a small wound( on Kisslmmee. A competent faculty of honored by the State Federation of J. 1_. OVERo TREET. PHONE 1T6
open your ? R O. Meek keeper records and _e.al.) -
-It. J hands or face. When germs-art deposited eleven bright energetic and thoroughly Woman's Clubs, .of Florida by the loan. -. :

I in milk multiply fast up-to-date teachers. and nearly five hundred of one of their traveling libraries. ' .. :
they "
very ; for County Commissioner To the West , .. .. ,
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PYT lAN SISTERS .
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I therefore milk'should never be exposed bright boys and girls answer Capt. Folsom left on Saturday night -; ; ",. ... ,., ,
to flies. "here" to the morning- roll call. The for his Washington, D7 C. home. I hereby ..nno ..I'. myself a "candidate" for Coun.tv Kissimmimmer/Temple/ 21, meets .' '
4- Cnmmuuiioni-r from District No. 2. subject to Thursday afternoon at"3": o'clock and Northwest
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every -
Screen windows and doors. Do order is the best I ever saw. There are Comrade and Mm. O'Brien, have returned -
your Democratic primary be held M.IIIII.) androMiMiCtfully
__ it early before fly time. fewer breeches of discipline in this to Dodd City:! Kans., for the jlh" solicit your nupport- except the fourth Thursday at which I via

school of five hundred scholors than summer. W U CAMPBELL. time meeting will LP held. at 7:30.: :
Place either of these fly poisons in one *
often finds in school of The handsome 8tcffice Pearlie E. Bryan M. E. C ,
: shallow dishes throughout the house: a country fortyor new |M> is completed -
3 for Commissioner Mabel R. Overstreet M. of R. & C. SEMINOLELIMITED
(a) Two ieaspoonfuls of formaldehyde /fifty scholars. arid makes another I substantial lounty -

?- to a pint of water, or (b) one dram of The attendance is as nearly perfect as structure to be added to our already Ity the millriuallon of mj many frit-mil, IIurv1 OSCEOI.A CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W. .

bichromate of potash dissolved in twoounces is found. I am told that often not one large number of new huildingx.; .) HiuiouiO4)) m)olf! a eiiiiItc l for the Meeting nights: second and fourth'
.
office of Ci. loiii for the Mh l)iJo.
County miximi> r Tuesdays at .7.30 m.
of the \ hundred is Bank closed all p.
five roll
tardy at call. day TuesdayMumo-
of water sweetened with
? plenty trli-t 00..1.. Connly. Klorldn. Milijpft to theDi'lrUHTnlic H. T.: Stanford C.
The parents and teachprs! are proud of rial Day. I
-:... Of Ugar! _ primary tlrftlun to bn held Majli .
r W.
t4t 'To quickly clear rooms 'of flies,"burn".these -young Americans and I nev r The members of the Christian church (ii. IU1U' ), md I pl.-dge( m\ ...If. If\.1..1.\ l to du B. Johnson, Clerk. .

pyrethrum powder or blow powdered have yet known a cleaner and healthierlot. had a clearing bee on Tuesday; to get chHree. \ nit rtutlcn of lhtn.fllce-- h.ii ensue twlorenu "I 1-iv. Tamps A. C. [. ioi6-am- -
.
the best of Hlilllt
?$ <-r black flag into the air of the room with All grades are taught up to and their church lots ready for their now to iu) ) Lakeland A. C. L 11.46 am
r- including the twelfth grade.A building. J..K. ALIiERM.\N. Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R. I.v KJHBimmee, A. C.! L . 1.05 pm
.a powder blower. This causes flies to Lv. Orlando, A. C. L 1.38 .
l fall to the. floor in stunned condition. graduate of this school well fit. Mr. Wm. Gilber and family, of Alabama I Meets tV) first and third! Wednesday Lv. Sanford, A. C. L 2 65 pm pm ,

They must then be gathered and destroyed. ted to meet the requirements of the average have taken rooms at the Chare for County Commissioner in each/ month at 2 p. m. Lv. Jack BOB ville, A. C. I.. 8.40 pm .

life, and are more thoroughly House for the summer. I hereby announce myaelf a candidate for Coun* .f. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades -V. Waycroife A. C. L 10.60 pm .

Screen all food: especially milk. DJ trained than many graduates of the colleges Mr. and Mrs. H. Meese, of Alliance, ty't'-ornrniaBlunvr' from District No 4. subject to cordially! invited. Ar.Lv. Albany Tifton ,Ga.Ga.,,A.A.C.C.I.L 12.55 2.20 am I

of our country. A tenth-grade 'Ohio, are domiciled 1San torn Villa. the action of the Democrat primary to be held O. DERBYSHIRE O. E. TARBOX am
Ar.
not'eat .food that has been in contact > failh/ut dia- Amerirus C. of Ga . 3.35 am '
th. If elected, I oromiHe.
!with flies. scholar met all comers in the oratorical Mrs. S. 1 Ik[ Cultand charming daughter charicA May, of the duties of said 0111...... a Adjutant. Commander., Ar. Columbus, C. of C5.; 6.45 am
------ - -- Ar. Upelika, Ala. C. of Ga
l "Screen the baby's bed and keep flies contest at DeLand and won the gold little Harriet, frequently. go horse T. !>N. SWIJ- Dl ER. Ar. 6.f>6 am
'r medal// Why so? Surely not becauseher back riding. *"" Wanted. Birmingham, C. of Ga 11.30am
away from the baby: bottle, the baby' Boy I Ar. .lackson Tenn., I. C 7.25'pm
equal intellectually was not there. Mr.: Makinson has given the" contractto Ar Fulton I. C
: food and the baby's "comforter. For County Commissioner Wanted-A bright, energetic I.boy, i Ky., 9.10pm
;T the sick I No; there are others the state over who Frank Bass, Esq. for a handsometwo Ar. Cairo, IlL, I, C 10.10pm
the flies from
a Keep away .. about 14 or 15 old; to feed
I 1f Co00ty
I hereby announce my t a candidate fur years presses Ar. Carbondale 111. I. C
12.01
building.
are as bright as our boys and girls are story brick am
,especially those ill\) with typhoid fever :i .errands
4 ommiHhioiuTfrom DiHtrict No I. and tiolicit run and make himself '
in Kissimmee. It is this, my readers: The Womon's Club had its fortnightly generally Ar. St. Louis. Mo., I. C 7.20am
--- scarlet fever,-diptheria and tube ulof the ailpuort of the wtwia o< that dintrict.A useful.

.. .. !Screen' the patients bed. Kill every They have the proper training here So meeting on Wednesday in the large; F, BASS. -- -- -- -,- Art.ntrltlia: 111. I. c" -1.2O-am
Ar.
'' Immediately Come here and give your child the opPortunity tent on Massachusetts avenue. The For SaleForty acres1 high timbered Mattoon III.. 1. C . . 3.05am
T the sick
fly that enters ro*rn. Ar. Champaign, III. I. C 4.05am
., disinfect and dispose of all of having this and others that club voted to ask the Seminoje Land For Member of School BoardI land simmee situated adjacent witlnn.city Snell place limits nn of ideal Kis- Ar. Kanknkee, III. I. C 5.41 am

'boys and girls are enjoying. I could Co. to grant them the use of the small ; < I Ar. Chicago. 111. : I. U, ?i15 am
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discharges. I r>. i .1'7 l Hinumnrc. m) ( ... \1. hey for rolo location for a sub-division. $27.50 per
Sprinkle chloride of lime or kerosene mention many, many other honors that park, corner of New York avenue and ti Ion nn UK jiiU. r..r iti<- r-rliiMil B.MirU. Ifuni Dlnt acre. A. W. .Gustos Sanford, Florida.. I Solid through trains; Pullman, -SIC.'ep-

::,_ ,. .overcottenta, of privy vaults' and? garbage have corfie to this school. The leading llth street, and also to allow them a ,..< L.' u '-', Hiii..ji>ft to i hiI'i!" ".u roth' primarlca.I . 14-5t pd ing and observation. Cars and Free Re.

citizens offer beautiful medals for those square of ground in front of the new I, K.: K BROWN. clining Chair Cars Juckuonville I to Chicago -
boxes. Keep the
garbage receptacles
'f I who excel and there is everything done railroad station for park purpon". po i I .- ; Dining Cars between, Columbus
Bur Thrno-
tightly covered, clean the can. every ftndFolU.n, ; through Stopping Cars ,
day, the boxes'every week. Keep that can be done to make your boy hustle that a band stand can be crec-ted thereon -i For Mtmljfr of Shool Board "Well. Eve bad one blessing" Highs: Jacksonville and St. Louis. Buffet Parlor -

around the boxes for his education. and a fountain placed in the centerof the woman. "She didn't have to clean Car Tampa to J a'k Bonville. ..4 .
the ground garbage I A i i ilic i miii' tot m)' frU-ndn throughout the
clean. Now knowing this, is i it any wonder the park cement walks. added, C"UII'Y I hfn-bv" anmiunrniy' candidacy for house"No. For Sleeping Car Reservations or any

that this town is growing at such a rap shrubs, trees plants etc. I> Mrmbirof tie, N )h.-I Hoard from I''trict No 8. ." agrees the man. "but I'll bet a additional information communicatewith
chloride'of lime
Sprinkle over manure
__ r-t I' I.. thractiun df thc -nw-crntic primary. dollar she did. Just the same."-Judge.:
id rate?! True greatness, big ideas are Comrade Thomas Cox's new dwellingis nutlet ..
old old straw and other A. W. FRITOT, I D. P. A. A. C L.
piles refuse ,
r paper J I U. Iw held ay l"lh.1'\ '.' 8hnu d I be elected I II It'lfdtrr '- -
being taught these children day by day, completed. I No. 138: East Bay Street, Jacksonville .
tp of like nature. Keep manure in to the i.e.'pe' nf oorrt I a county the boutwrvic Dlnpntcb Is the life of business, and
) and man, woman and child have Mrs. J. W. Squires attended the Florida.
every of which capable '
lam u' rendering
4 Mi; screened pit or vault if possible. Manure method Is the sotl of dispatch.-Penn. J. G. KIRKLAND
': their shoulder to the wheel. The citizens Grand chapter, Order Eastern Star, W W CHANDLER. I D. P. A A. C. L.,
should be removed at least
3 every No. 31O) Madison Street Tampa, Fla.
/***> week. of this town and county are not heW in Jacksonville last week. -- ---- -,_ : -

-Tour kerosene;Into the drains. Keepsewerage satisfied .with_ anything in any line unless Mrs. J. B. Westcott wife of the For Member of Shool Board.I.h "-- "- -" ------"""" .

it is the best. What Klaaimmee'goo. pastor of the M. E. chuFfh, wilt shortly $ /
In order
system good ; repairall )' announce niynlf aa candidat for '
_ .. leaks immediately.Clean after she generally gets. She has leave for her northern home. in Atlantic momlxT School I K>..nl fur Olntrlct No. 3. OxMola $ .a. '0 --

cuspidors every day. Keep 6 that kind of men who never say fail; City N. J. Mrs. Westcott goes County. and rv: *<|>4K'tfuly| ...lId' the support o' G. E. ,TAKACH .

pe.cen't solution of carbolic acid in she has as fine a' school as there is in earlier this season than usual, to at- the voters ..t the coming. Prirnvry Flection.JOHN i Trucking Office 1\ ,

: Florida; she has a magnificent climate tend the annual meeting and banque'tof I II UAISDEN.
time.
them all the Lands
: .... and good land-things that are fast the .General Lafayette Chapter Notice to Fishprman Opposite
Real 11 Estate c
The St. Cloud TrlJune..was for the forging Kissimmee to the front and its Daughters of the American Revolution, $ A Agency State .
Notice, that the liw
tf. first time issued from the office in the citizens deserve all the good things that of which Mrs. Westcott id a prominent m hi'roliy tfi i'ii ; Specialty ,
against, seining, I lie Ink .H <> this county Bank '
p* ,new colony town last week. It ia full are rapidly coming to them. member. Mrs. Westoil's. father, ex- .
I will liert'uftHr( .lie sin I lly i-nlorced. ,\11part K'SSIMIIEE -
of J local news and interesting Florida I came here for the benefit my children Senator W. I. Newell, of Pennsylvnnii, tOt O I
,..,. mu-rfnti-d wnl.i.iKv I I \ and
g- stones,' and its mechanical construction could derive in the way of educa has the honor of being one of two living i po\l'e

I : 1.excelle'jt.We extend it the glad tion, but if I can Bell my property I am I sons 'of the Revolution. His father, govern tbi'Misi'lvt'S a> "r u. < .II t >K'V.I. .

:h&nd.' and wish'.Jt'much' prosperity. coming here to spend the remainder of Capt. James Newell, acted as guide to r. bherilf.I'liKVATT: IJ____________ ,_______ %%%%.


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LI me Klaslmmec Yalleu Gazette |. Miss Grace Jolly'has gone Atlanta j I The editor of the'Valley Gazette: .was :.I ,'-. "-" t

tojrlsit !ath'el. i the recipient last week of *a portion ofa .
,
.
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luscious watermelon T--o
TEVBPHONK. N<<:!, ".", Mr. Arthur Geiger of St. Cloud. spent I''I 1r*. Hughes- of the Park, presented Hotel. This'it by Jl. ;

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- -'--- -- -- yesterday in the .
4 -r-- city, 0 the tint melon we: have seen this .. .

I PUBLISHED EVERYFRIDAY.. ; Judge G. F. Parker "Viaited relatives season, and our thanks:'are hereby tendered _
.
ti -:.BY- 'in Waycross! Ga', last week. 0 :,I. the kind'lady... , for her thoughtful.nes

W. B A'' Mrs. M.Carson has to D nia to 'i
I : visit Mr. gone Mr Driggers who' is one of the
and Mrs. J. M. Bryan. [
I ORAN6OROWRS[
house
court force, brougtit to this office :
.- Mr. and Mrs. '}'. W: Hill tff Narcoos- Monday a curiosity in the shape of an. : : _" _

see spent Wednesday In the city. onion, which'was grown on his place in
"WeatherReportpoflowing
I North Kissimmee. It differed from iU

The KUsimmee Drug Co.. ha. 'moved kind in that on the bottom of the parent -'. ".;... S*< '

- Into'it* ,new quarters in the t.teBank_ vegetable around the roots about SE J ? ? "**.
are the daily' ternpera'tures block I a dozen little! onions! were growing.. .

.. and precipitation *a. Mr. Robert Folsom returned-last r ;j JudgeMinorS. Jones"." and State Attorney This advertisement is 'not intended( >to solicit. busittess < 0 .

repot1 ed! by the .Government week from a business trip to Washington John C. Jones arrived in the city or.to urge members to withdraw from jthe' FloHda' ... -. 0

I. : stai.r> at Klsslmmee for the-' I ; D. C, Monday night.-and opened the Circuit .. Citi Exchange. ,-' 0 .....f. .
Court for this A ;
county'on Tuesday.
28 '
wepknding Apr. .1910. '
., ; We are pleased to note that Mr. Ce < tight docJ:et' was left over from last & ,. Before the next citrus! season opens; we will frankly 0 ; 0 ,
MAX HIM. .IMIH. W. Overatreet is able to be out again term, which promises to be cqnsidera 0
L f, after a serious illness,. . lily augmented by' the work of the -,. solicit the marketing: your ORANGES "and GRAPE- ..

\. -Friday 86 46 Mrs. grand jury, which is still in session. FRUIT, basing our claims for.; your consideration as .
8.:: D. Ferris and children arrived .
85 SO
,itl' Saturday 61' in Kissimmee Wednesday after- The Kissimmee Valley$ Gazette of MARKETING AGENTS upon our record in Florida for the : .' .

;1 Sunday. 79 21 noon from Decatur, 111. last week, announces the lettingof past twenty-five 'years andupon OUR RECORD DURING .
Monday' '77 p6 06 the contract for a waterworks 0

y Tu" day. 780 48 ... Miss Mattie Bryan of Dania, is the and sewerage system at $46,000. THE SEASON JUST CLOSING. : 0 f

t guest of her'sisters Mrs.'C. A. Carson The Valley Gdzette 1 is a town booster .'. 41
Wednesday. 77 47 and Mrs. A. A. Simpson. "to the'manor bom-and the Leader %, EXCHANGE MEMBERS should TAKE NOTICE that .

Thursday 75 51 Miss Mabel Parker and little sister, congratulates Editor.. Harris on his: the ANNUAL MEETING of the:'LOCAL ASSOCIATION' is 1
for Meade .
L Elizabeth few with latest victory progress-Ft called .for MAY 3rd 1910.
--- ,. spending a days Leader. .
- .
-- relatives at Waycross Ga. -

-'" We regret to learn of the death of If you desire to withdraw from the EXCHANGE your .

--- Rev. A. M. Chisolm'l Subject at the Mr. Early Warren, which occurred at notice of withdrawal MUST BE FILED with the LOCAL .
Christian church next will be 0 .
Sunday last
his home near Peghorn Tuesday '

THE LOCAL f "The Occurrence at rPMlrpfan Jail.'" morning. The deceased had been in ifr I ASSOCIATION, IN. WRITING, BEFORE MAY'3rd. __ ,
ELD.i health for time and death'cameas 0 "'-- '
a long .
j'- \
: -
Mr. Will his home .
McCool returned to
,
I a relief to his Buffering.. He. was a .: "
at Beaver I alls, Penn., this .week, after thecounty's J .0;," .
son'of Mr. F. H. Warren, one of "
.
"
the winter in Kissimmee.Mr. '
spending '
---_.-- --- most venerable and highly respected CHASE & COMPANYGROWERS' . : ', .;
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Luther Mersh, ,of Gainesville.. citizens. .
Wade. the tuner. UrlahUo. spent a few days in the city this week, '-5 0 .
the guest of his aunt, Mrs. C. V. Bear- Mr C. E. Tarbox went to Dade City ; '
for apply to M. Til 0 MARKETING AGENTS 0
Dwellings rent den. last Monday on invitation to assisj 0

ler. oreanizine 'a board of trade- that \,
FOR SALE--A large safe. cheap. Mrs. L. C. Royal) and daughter returned pl cp. lie; was accomrnTBTed Mrs. 0
C. W. Ward to their home in Jacksonville Tarbox and reports his mission a most at'
.
!ftf last week after a short stay with ,Ir. successful one, the meeting. having f. MAIN OFFICE Seaboard Building J JACKSONVILLE FLA. "

Just arrived a beautiful line of pat- and Mrs. Ira Ba p. been attended'by one hundred and fifty j b .

hats at Miss Bandy's. people and three hundred and six dollars :::, j

Judge G. F. Kribbs will leave next was raised on which to begin an .
Agency of the White Star Laundry. Wednesday for North Carolina on auiiness advertising campaign. .

' at the- Home Store. Phone 154. > trip, and will he absent about To the Homeseeker .chipper tj the people, to the state. In' A Card
(.t-n"us Enumerator Carr requests all
week or ten days. .
For ;perfect tilting eyeglasses and thone who be missed in his roundsto concerned.Are .
P. White. may Osceola county. Florida offers 1 take this opportunity to thank ::
"".-<'tach'iI. ee Or. G. Mrs. J. M. Bryan returned to her call on him and give in their census. ppjprtunities you willing, do you want the my

Livery, day or night Call S. home at Dania last week after a visit lie will visit every house 11the city' 1 and advantages which if Commission to remain as it' is? You friends, the officers ofthe, law, railroad ', '

W.Auto Downing, phone 156. 17tf I to her daughters, Mrs. C: A. Carson but quite frequently: there is no on.. -at 1 improved and intelligently used will have tried it for and what have conductors and other railroad employes, __ ,
,
and Mrs. A.. A. Simpson. home, hence they will be omitted from i years 0
produce fortunes for thousands of peoI I and Especially the police forces of Or ,. .
received? If not satisfactory: why .
For Sa'' -ThSeminul"l1 of Florida the returns unlessthey upon Mr. who are being deprived of these : you 'lando and Jacksonville, for the hasty
pie. 0
postpaid. 'l.ar: >. Home Store. 18-lt Miss Louise Thomason arrived home Carr or he should meet them by chance.It not try the change asked for, and'keep
yesterday morning from'Abbeville, Ga., I is desired that every person be recorded blessings and -comforts, which are their I changing until you do get! what is yours. response and diligent .work in assisting 0
; ;
For Sale- Good, .gentle milk cow and I 'here'she has just graduated from the in this census, as it will be upon birthright in this splendid land of jiat-| me in recovering my daughter and pre- .

i-alf and one heifer. w: Gilbert. 19.3t Georgia Military Institute. that basis that we will make the world ural.resources.In You arc under no obligations to ITe. I venting, her from contracting an extremely -
"watch Kissimmee grow. Vote for me solely Jon the ground thatI
'
Wanted-A ounR milch cow, in good Mr. J. O. MeN w and Mr. Caskev, agricultural advantages; this part i! I could and would serveyou more effectively foolish marriage. I am also +_

condition. Address J. I. Johnson Cit> of St. Cloud, were in the city this In a private letter received by Mr. 01 Florida surpasses every other state have ''been served thankful that there are so many fathers 1"

week, having been called here as wit N. B. Carson from Mr. R. H. Tate at than you and Sunrise's Rock Bound Coast
B or 6 doses 666" will cure any case nesses before the grand jury. New Orleans the sad 1 intelligence is from to and more effectively than you would be

of Chills and Fever. Price 26c. 14-6mo conveyed .that Mr. Tate's sister, Mrs. Sunset's Golden Shore, and from the served if the Commission is continueda with Us in our heart rending trouble,

Mr. and- Mrs. George W. Burrows, died in that caused by a man, either married or a
C. A. Sturtevant, city onthe Great Lakes of the north to the Gulfon could not
is that change
Insurance lor your baggage anywhere who have been spending several months 20th instant, and was buried in Savannah couth. Its soil will it now ; a widower, we knew not which, as he '
will cost for $150 25c a week. in Kissimmee, left yesterday for St. the produce a I make results worse and would in all I
.'beside the remains of her
i Jr. ( was an entire stranger to us, of whose
J. M. WillBon, of and mo',. .
18-lt Petersburg to remain some time. husband. Mrs. Sturtevant will bt remembered greater variety crops, probability make them better. There'sno '
I past life we were ignorant.
Fresh bread everX: day. also' fancy by a large number of our money can be made from small acreageby risk for you. I ask you' for your
fruit and candies at Mm. Little Catherine Miller, daughter of people, as she lived here for some years intensive farming, 'than anywhereelse l Our daughter has been -allowed) every 1
groceries truly,
I Regerq's. 19-tf County Treasurer B. C. Miller. fell and was regarded by all us a woman of in the United States. support.Yours very I pleasure, and her every reasonablewant *
from the front of her father'sesidence W. K. JACKSON.
porch noble character and lovable disposition.The of
has been granted from the day:
LaRue serves Young GaiU) -rrs delicious last week, and fractured her People'are learning, to farm on lines Lakeland, Fla., April 11, 1910. I' I
, j left which her birth, which assertion we can prove: :
None better. arm. Laymen's ,
Tampa ice cream. organization nature intended. There are tewer ot> Primary May 10, )910. 19-2t
Whole retail. tf was perfected at the Baptist church a by every citizen ot Kissimmee.:
:jor Mr. J. E. Mattocks local stacles to overcome, and greater possibility --- --- 0 '
reprenrnta-
in
few Sundays ago/ growing interest We did not consider her old enough
Red i tive of the Kiasimmse Valley Land Co., The of success. "
and membership. membership em-
bland '
Rhode
FOR SALE-Fifty: Poises .f"the CentlpetL to the first Certainly
the last marry, tn place. '
had on exhibition at Graystone .
denominations and its
roosters-all well bred. braces all objectis 1
hens 18-2t. and four L. E. Barbeau., ,week a ruta bags turnip which weighed to awaken interest in theChristian The opportunities for safe and prof- Tbe centlped la popularly supposed not with a stranger of whose past life

16 pounds. religion among men and boy.. Mr. W table investment are numerous, with to carry a sting on each foot but I I we! knew nothing. .

For Sale-Six milk cows with calves, I While preparing ih<- noonday meal, A. Nelson' is president, C. E. Y owe II-much larger returns than in ..the North. bar. several times bandied without on. after tb. Respectfully. t, 0
and W. G. Hankins Its bead was removed "
treasurer.
all fresh. $25 to $75 each. last Monday, Miss Maude Thomason secretary The poor man, while working to pay Is tbe J. A. LANCASTER. -
-16-tf Z. W. BASS. overturned a can of boiling grease, the Meetings are held at the Baptist church for his home, enjoys fine fruits, flowers claws producing any result. It - -- ---- -
afternoon at 3 o'clock1\ ; to that ..
every Sunday first pair of claw. only are ecu '
I Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran- contents It in' a frightful striking manner.her arm and burning which all men and boys in Kissimmee trees and shrubs and reaps due returns onions,being hollow and provided with New Shoe Store. .

teed. Price 25 cents. Sold by all as well as visitors, are invited.Mr. for honest toil. Ha has ho long, poison bag like a snaiVs fane. The The new firm of Marsh & Whidden

druggists.; U1178For" Mrs. Helen Perdew and daughter, H. Fleming's new cement block cold winters to make provision for, but largest I'ever saw was eleven InchesIn opened up their stock of shoes in the

Mrs. Lena Barns, left yesterday for building opposite the Valley Gazette lives in the perpetual sunahirfc of Flor- I length a grewsome creature. A bite State Bank block this week, and are ".
bargains in resident property, Jacksonville to visit relatives for a few for business. Their store
now ready
office almost completed and ida the land of promise and of size would most likely -
call. is now great from one this
:: truck lands and.orange groves on days, after which they will go on to room is handsomely fitted up the fur-
Fla. 4-tf like the other new structures recently performances.We have been fatal to a man In weak
II, M. Breaker. :Kissimmee, Madison to spend the summer. greater nishings-being finished In. old .mission
erected' in Kissjmmee-
acredit
though bin
the The l if 30x invite the hone'LtoilercI this health. The tarantula, style. Their stock is all new, and with. 4
Mr W:S.'Atyea )ett Thurday I to city. building like
will be morn- 'offense nothing
.After November 15th wood of are of citizens ,
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powers two most popular ) comprising -
'! I the lower is divided into theearthand our :
Ing for Lake Center, where he will\ commence ,- 35 feet, story garden spotof .extend centlped. Is. .
delivered. 'or
Sl.25 a strata those of the scorpion the firm, there is no reason why
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.\ ,". 'Kissimmee Lumber Co, ", the erection of several houses two rooms, one of which- will be'occupied the hand of welcome to'people of ''ster- boweTer" a more' unpopular character this business should not.ueceed.Z i ; i" : : ,- '. _
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. and a barn on the property of the Eden by R. Starling's; plumbing shop, worth .' .. "' " ")'. ,." 'l
- -- ling tb i either.: The horror of these large 00 0 .;: ;, >- ;
For Rent-Furnished, or unfurnishe Plantation Co., of which he is manager. and th 9 other 'by contractor X. W. :" ,. -
house of 7 rooms, electric lighten 1 ElliK. In the second story there are Stay riot on the sterile hIl1ide-i--ul1-! ) spiders entertained by many people Is I :Statement.0 : 0 f'

throughout. Address P. O.: Box 546. Dr. Breaker i* emphatically "The four large airy rooms, nicely furnished ing roots and picking stones. Seek this curious and unaccountable. I have I> Mn.lt under. Action M.Cha.pt. ..r r."JIlG Laws of

16tf. Book Man. In addition to the booksin and fitted for parties desiring to do land 1 of milk and honey. Leave the \ seen Australian bushmen, who In Florida: (mowingthe amount off txsciiTWUd' Couimtr.Florida ..
to the Tax Collector of Oaecola 0
of the American
thecomplete catalog light housekeeping;, with closets, kitchen hillsides to the drones. everyday life scarcely seemed to understand to be eoU..ctAtdJl'for: the current rear II
watches Supply Co., he will arrange.to fur- electric lights, etc. aooortlonmrnt of the earn* to 0
will sheet 1910 and'the
Post repair
J. M. your I danger\ turn white as a
and will do it right nish any book published by any other We have room for braw and bruin : I I the eeveral uiula for which taxeS have ,....n .
clocks and jewelry The editor of the Valley Gazette visited ; at the sight of a small "trlantelope levied I
next company at their prir -- and galore I
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or refund your money. See him 1 St. Cloud -between trains Wednes- energy i I as they called Chambers' Journal. APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS.

door to Osceola Pharmacy. 10.tAn ( Messrs. Sam and Joe Griffin came day afternoon and took a birdseye! view- And though thousands now are coming -,I I I I Revenue ''

down from Orlando by automobile on of that thriving little city, the growth I ; we have room for thousands more. Practice and Preaching.. To amount UKUM) Sttit WAmounteollrcUd .

intelligent person may earn $100 Wednesday and spent a few hours in of which has been nothing less than We have for sale at bargain prices! When the late Bishop Hare was presiding . .1 XTJ ft '.* ,:
monthly corresponding for newspapers. the city. Sam reports" real estate active marvelous. Standing in the center of of Methodist t Balance . 1034 J.T '
favorable terms payment, over a Episcopal 0G.n.raiSchoolFund
on .
_ No canvassing. Send for particulars. the far the reachin 0 .
in Orlando and states that he is doing town. as as eye can I ,
Press :Syndicate: 'B 2245.! i.ockport, N.Y. a thriving business. any every direction buildings have Fine.oran.ge.grovest both largo _and church In New York city a largo re- Amount Astenwd 13213 08 .; 0

the hundred the 'eptIon0" -given_...In hl honor to
sprung up by past small. ( t Amount Collet-tod .. 14'.11I 77 . 0
For Cyphers Incuoatont, poultry supplies The Kinttimmee Valley Gazette has eight months, and the good work is still]I Splendid stock farms, well located. which a brother'of alBwyer-Wbe-; be.l'ollrcted. .. 11804'8 .:;
I and Arthur G. Dustin strain announced the giving out of a contract going on. The buildings are not con- closely resembled tbe bishop, was In n-d -
County
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White Wyandotte eggs, see G. E. for a waterworks and sewerage systemto lined to the cheap wooden structures that ate money makers. vited. To amount _ttMd ... . JOIIIIK .'" .
r Takach Eggs W>.00 per hundred. I-tf cost $46,000. A move such as this usually seen in a "mushroom" town, Excellent vegetable farms, with rich, i : '
During tbe eyenlng a member of the Amount Golleeted.. .... .. 183 (0 ,c ''''tr, ..,
-" I cannot fail to attract desirable attention but while there are quite a number of fertile soil l and good artesian wells. conference who had never met thebishOp's Balajiee .collected. ... ... . List with Nelson Real to place.'TimesUnion.. there also handsome dwell- \ '
property these
your any are
fine colonization
We control SLb-School :3
some him and. Oiat. No. ; ; -
Co. for quick sales. They have the and substantial brick and cement brother approached fl 0 .
ty
inga! with railroad advantages To amount --. . ..,'... .. 12440M: :, 0'
clients and can get you the value of M rand Mrs. E, T. Frowe, who spent business houses that would be a creditPotnyteWn. propositions, good shaking him warmly by the band. *
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. Amount follectad i 60 '
the winter.in Kisuimmee, left-this week beautiful
is desiabfe. anti lake fronts.
that said
any meritorious property St. Cloud is the busiest : '
naisncetobecoil.et.I. ... ... . II
1\1 110But.lehool
their home at Kansas.
for Wamego,
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eight-months-old youngster in Florida, We invite correspondence, and will "Good evening BUbop Flare. I great 0
Diat. No. 8To .
.. They expressed themselves! as highlypleased the siaM of which in well worth a trip reliable information to Iy enjoyed I thlt sermon you gave us to .
with climate and give anyone amount aaacMwd (194 91JM ,
start mail I our people,
a vt
Anyone anywhere can out there.Will. of day. It Is Just what thin church Amount collected . .. :. . 03 '" '
No unil expect to return next season. free '
order business at home. canvass .
ing. Be your own boss. Send for free Close ,at Six O'Clock.We charge.NELSON REALTY CO. needs." ; > Balance to he collected. .... 14394' 0 '
how. Heacock, A 2141, Dr. K. Goldstein. the well known optician "You arc mistaken In the person, Bu -gehool Dlit No. 4- 0 ,
booklet. Tells N. Y. will be in thin city on May 2nd the undersigned, agree to close said tbe brother, smiling as be pointed To amountaaa.BBcJ . ." 0 505 42 ,' .

Lockport. and 3d, twodaysonly. His office will our places of buaineunat fio'cjock p. m.. for Railroad Commissioner.The to tbe bishop on the opposite' side Amount Collected.. . !M7 78 '4 0
be at the Inn and he invites all who from the who alance to be Collected.. ., J57,M
Dr. J. C. Davis; licensed optician by I except Saturdays, May 1st, 1910, of the room "that Is man 0 ,
troubles to call him. S..eadv'rtu.em..nt within .
have on Railroad Commission has
ere ARTHUR B.DQNEQAN.
Board be seen at 1 -
State Optical can in another column. to October 1st, 1910. preaches. practice. Clnrk. < break 'ourt Oaoeobx
.J>ark Hotel for glasses. Headache of :Waters &Carson Grocery Co. the last seven years cost the taxpayers Cuntr. Florida. 0

_ 'years standing relieved with glasses by I I Chairman E. L. Lesley, of the Board Bass & Porter. of Florida in salaries fend .expends A Long Job. --'

Dr. Davis -Eyes tested free! Don't I lof County Commissioners\ returned last probably 15b,00t. The question to con- "Where have you been for so long'

neglect your children's eyes. 14-tf 1 I Sunday from a ten days stay at his W. C. Bass. shier is, has what the Commission has asked tbe bead man of tbe menagerie. OR 1'othsii'ofTampu -
runth on the St. Johns, where hu has J. E. Sharpe' & Co.J. of the animals ,
"Been watching one
been worth to what it'has
done ,
Twenty-five to thirty-five per cent been superintending and looking: after A. Lancaster. you tbe
throat sir replied attendant -
reduction on spectacles and eyeglasses' the spring round.up of his large herd of .cost? Mr. Uurr and Mr. Blitch, two clear his ',
R. S. Floyd. - - - - --
-::: for the next thirty..days. Over fivQ cattle. ; .. 0 members of the Commission, are askingto ]
hundred pair to be gold atrost. All new- .Y.-Tlndall. "But does It take half an hour for an '- -+ 1C.
I be elected for another term -Mr.
goods. If want a pait or a Dr. II. H. Taylor returned to St. C. W. Griffin. animal to clear Its throat?" COMING
you
good pair cheap. come cheap sec aboutit. Cloud last Saturday from' Jacksonville, Rull Bass. Burr fora, third term and Mr. BtiUh "Yes. sir; It was the giraffe, sir."-

Satisfaction guaranteed. where he underwent a successful sur- -- --,- -- a second Have they made good? Has Yonkers Statesman. .
DR. P. G. WHIT' gical operation. lie had been absent
Is Deeply Grateful. their service on the Commission been -I
Kissimmee Fla. about three weeks, and his many
,12tf ,
. friends will be pleased to know that he I desire to let the"good people Kis such as to justify their election for a M.an.The Do Your Eyes 6,

We can sell your property. Any returned much improved in hea.th. simmee! know that deeply appreciate term of four yean longer? Are freight Bride (from Chicago)-This U Trouble You ? 0 -Ii

property listed with us at its real value and rates satisfactory to ? my third bridal tour. The Groom- $ j
assistance in saving stock and express! you <
will receive our best efforts. We spend Mr. J. F. Farris, one of the leading their my Well. my dear. I hope that It will be If they tire f
lots of money advertising in northern real estate men of St. Cloud, was in the fixtures in last week's fire. I have Have they given you a just fair and four last. The Brldo (bursting Into easily-If reading, **wCoDSoltatioa

and western papers, as well as our city Tuesday and paid: the Valley Ga- opened up my market again, tempora- equitable classification? Is there' no \ r.M-You selfish tblngt-Puck. writing or sewing causes headache; .

home paper. We located six families zette a most pleasant call. Mr. Karris rily, in the wooden building oppositemy discrimination in favor of some and! if your eyes smart and burn, you ""!f' :

- In the past two weeks, four-ef them reportsmuch prosperity l ailing in" former standwhere I will be gladto against Other sections! and places in the. I probably need, gIassesandyy< . 0' i t *
Irom Kansas. They will move here in the'new town and new buildings. springing -, tIerMild. Complain day's -
State? Are the and freight delarworkS-futther-injury.
. J September. Watch Kissimmee grow. up on every hand. serve my friends and customers as in express I'atlent-.Yarent-Gt'orgle. what do

-18-tf Nelson Realty Co. the past. I have also let the contract rates lower than seven years ago? you think I found In' my bed I last Have your eyes examined; Its a W
Mr. Isaac T. Wooduon, attorneyatlaw wise
thing to do. ,
E. O': Waldon listed his property with of Louisville, Ky., sPent a day ori for a brick building on my Iota, to \be; Have they given you better facilities? night O<'or&l_ What was It. mamma .I

.. the Nelson Realty Co. at 10 o'clock on so in Kissimmee this w y>k. lie stated completed as early as possible, which" Is the movement of your shipments T Patient Parent-A railroad train Office .

Monday, and within two hours they to a representative ofthis paper that wil be larger than the former one, and quick lire deliveries prompt? Do you and a fire engine.Harper's Bazar. """ .

of Kansas he came Kixsimmee by chance, but and of ---- FREE _. THE INN J1:
, had sold it to a Mr. Hudson hope in a short time to be able to give get quick adjustment payment
number of towns, that he wan glad he came, as it was Sure. _ _
who visited .
_ had a better service than in the your claims for short, lost, damag and
-- both on the east and west coast; and to worth the time and trouble to be here even past. overcharges on shipments? I have Mrs. Church-Are your children being Monday and Tuesday
but and witnesn the wonderful Uevelopment! Again thanking .one and all for their
the of the state, re- .
southern part Itroughr' to help thpmielve 1 '
: up
homo that is taking place. lie thinks the heard hundreds of the shippers of the 31 2nd and .
limed to KUsimniee, pur.hoped a I kind consideration, I am, Mrs. jRothem.-Oh. yes: I never lock: ny 3rd. ,

,- and wilt move his family here Septem. prospects for Kfesimmee's future are Yours very truly, state say that the Commission was a tbe cooky! Jar!-Yonkers Stfitcumnn.'

ber. Watch Kiasimmee grow.! exceedingly bright. 18-lt W. C. BASS. failure .so far as beneficial results to the TWO DAYS ONLY

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BAMBOO HAIR. reigned, perhaps because the monarch
Mmaiilf bad a dread of being poisoned.Immediately .
7 j' 10 acre -UucUt of good, rich, deep ri'
after his death parliament H
A
Slew
but Sun Poison That Is U..d
by th. J.v.,,..*. repealed the Jaw.' muck lauds In Park Gardens, the finest QRAYSTONEKIMiTMIEM t Ideal Fertilizers
TW youag sboots of the bamboo ares L body of trucking lands in Florida.

, esvcrad with a Dumber of very One ,Helping a Man to 8ulold. Three to four crop of vegetables can t .
aln that are seen under the micro- It la remarkable: how a suicide by 'a be raised in one year, or a crop of let- t 'SIZE AND

,cope to'be bollow and' spiked flkebayooeta. certain method or In' a' certain place tiers then cabbage, then corn, all| in +* ..2.60/ ) to 3.60 Per da,. . __ QUALITY . i
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These hairs are commonly will lead to, another of the same kind one cropping s aaon. These land*' are Special by.week or monfb : CHircitrs. booklet entitled FERTILIZING FOR SIZE!: AND

'caned bamboo poison by the white A surgeon of the Middlesex! hospital capable of paying a large 'rate of Interest +. L nilRHM, Pna. I.L roam Up.J : QUALITY .U now ready for distribution Ibe article on citrus <<'01-
ri.t+ Ben resident In Java tot tbe reason in London went Into a barber shop to ou the price .of more than One :+: + tare is of special interest at this season when size and avality can be
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that murder II frequently committed)1tbrou&b be shaved The barber spoke of a man Thousand Dollars Per Acre. And thetime 1'I ( ++ to easily influenced, and when the grower EO keenly realizes the importance -
i their agency. wbo bad been unsuccessful In an attempt I of producing a fancy product.
will soon come when tln-y will de-I I
\ When a Javanese woman takes a to kill himself by cutting histhroat I Following the article is a full description of our IDEAL formula+
ruand a h'xti'T pats than that jUnt mentionert. I fr summer application. "
f fancy to a European according to au I .
a ofDclal Dutch report she wUl either 1 "8e could ._.ily nhru managed It" A-lreibly. 11 certain' sections of G. E. TAKACH Ideal Fruit and tint Manure ,..

l bare him or polsoo him If she gets the said the surgeon. "had be -been-ac- Florida .In-r i' trucking is done on 1\ : If' & 'S''t: ,Special fruit and Due ManurePeruvian
a Y chance. She seeks any and every opportunity qualified with tbe dtuntlon of the Lu.un..u. ,hk. busts, lands are selling j I AdENT FOR
of mixing I Dene Infinitesimal carotid artery." for nuTf than+ u Ui>l1..alld"d"lIur.. per Standard Cypress Incubators fruit (/ /( fine Manureli"
hairs among his food, and they serve "Where Hbonld be bare cute asked acre. i ii
tbs purpose of Irritating tbe whole tbe barber. Tbe ret-on told bum Lie i There are several' partn-H" now working JI j ; and Supplies llooklet-IUFAL li'l-bl'LTS rFCM J ILFAL f H.TILIZFJISgirvs --
length of tbe alimentary canal and setting at once left tbe room and not returning I in Park Gardens, improving amhl't. i pictorial. pi lQofof lie merit of ilL.."" bran\in. GET ITI
dye up malignant dysentery. It may a. HOOD as was eipected, tbe surgeon neeS ?e9YANDARD Call; on our total spent
+, take a long time and many dosea!! of ,' went to look for him and ttlacov- I tins their lands. in condition for trucking WATKIJS tV ( 'AI Ho.OlHOfEHY: ; <)( : ('0.,
this Bred him In the with hilt and farming, and noon lands will
bead
so falledvpolson to effect tbe purpoae. yard or !|II tlr'"HH
....,........ _ __ but the native woman does not nearly severed from his body.-Loo- command anlorm u.. \prire and the
' Ur aJDd death will surely result. The don Vlall.-'-j'i opportunity; for curing lands at prrs ffIronflo 1 nrer-F8rtHtzw-Co. nc.

:; male native wlU'also try this inettiodof eat price will b" a thing of the punt.j Floridar

revenge'for an affront A 8.far PUxui. j I Lands cnn be- had on favorable terms .- -- h _ __ _.. __ ,
';1 Tbe' planters know all this and 1:;' On o,ie uccaMloo Said Berger, the of payment, HO that'pttrtii-y purchasing

,. dread the bamboo balr. but It 1s always brawny fight manager, was In a small in Pak Gardens can make the greater :Po". . .
I liac-ult{ } .to determine whether I; California town'soaudlng some of tbe ....
part of the purchase price by farming b'
-1 the dysentery Is caused by the poisonor I rcBldentn as to the poKslbillty of boldIng ,
J I these lands before the of the ER6INCU8AJOR Jtt I '
majority Ii
<< comes about Dattlran,. When a I a prlzpfi ht. Tbe; local pollee force 1;! fin ProofedInsur&ls.mttEEDBa IM.CONTRACTOR. 13.ASS
planter ends himself a prey to attacks a clownish looking ludlrldual with a :' price fall due. We can show you the I -
I of that complaint his beat course .Is to huge badge, heard of Sam's luvetttlffa-I I best flowing veil in Florida on I'ark I
I take a voyage to Europe.-Pearson's tlons. Garden, and with the rich deep, black' I'' Of
Weekly.t "You can't bold oo.jwlzreght In thl.t' soil and a bountiful' water, supply, big I I and( BUILDER I
here town." said the police force .. White WyaiidottCH
| money can b made i>y farming/ theiiu: !:
BOILING TO DEATH. threateningly lu his beet "1 be the I IIDllrsba' ,! lands and 'building up a great business, i Box 522) KISSIMMKE( I FLA. I

-- 4Tarrlbl touea. "It Is trgla tbe law {! for such I'iiii."produce I1H can be I ----- ----- ----- -- -_ _. I Does General Contracting and Duildinp ard Furnirhes E ti-
grown
1 sod 1 won't tttaud for it." \ mates on Structu'os; of an> siye' D
Tortur. That Was Ono the the land will j' j or rrcijpionfs. whether
r . on \i :* create an excellentdetuaud. ,
"Aw beat
Law In England.In "WLu/t do U. you said know Merger about in law dlsgunt. ? it "ilIl pay you to investigate: F. ] I. J LMKINSI I 1 I it,be a Two-Room .Cottage- -" or a Tourist Hotel!
England during tbot reign otDenl'1 fail '
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Why your 'very appenranre In publicIs Gardens at once.
Makes ] ;
a Specialty of
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ARTESIAN
i V1I1. the. public mind became : WELLS .
a mlademeaaur.Llpplneott's.Breskia' Nelson Co.i i
_. greatly excited through several canes. I .----..- - j --- Realty !I . in 'wtich he Far; rrct t with the greatest success
w Of pul. oulua. and parliament enacted and I' of any more. in Florida. '
a law making boiling to death tbe pen- I The fautoas Up "Chatter." Tax'Books Will Close -' i'L. Surveying : .! .
painter Kusoll bad
s alty. This law was on tbe statute I great contempt for rbatter One af-a The taxpcyerHv" 'if Osceola county are Give him your work
r 1 books boat sixteen years. It wasmade Drafting I will te well and quickly done.Kissimmce, Fla.
.. let BOOB a party of friends paid a visit hereby notified that the tax books will i
retroactire, so to take lo a i
to his studio, and after a few momenta close on tbe first day Of May. IVrnons iI I .
t case that chiefly prompted Its enactBteot ....
spent ID looking at the ) --------- ..... '
-that of Richard Itoaae, otherWise pictures they I not paying their taxes ijore that date j I = =- .. .. .. -' .eYY1/.r
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Coke, the bisbpp of Itochestefs. seated proceeded to In- will be charged the coat of'.advertising OFPICK IN FRATERNITY HALL - - -
coop wbo poisoned seventeen dulfe la a long and purposeless talk. their property. j' I ; ++++ + +++
persona '
ewe of whom died. 'Coke was boiledat A.t last la one of the slight pause PueU'ciald wuoaatly.1 bad pork for 1---- ----.. .. .... .
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B<< ter. Xbe InOlctlon waa'at- 16-2t. Collector. = = -- --- -- -- THE
dinner today." _. GASH STORE l.First. l.|
tsoded with peealtat cruelty, aa Coke -- !
;. "Wbjr. my. dear Mr. Pnae.lV. ea- C. W.
-yu-pat-4DtO a caldron of cold watel'aDd claimed' .one of the startled group Preaching at SL: Qoud Griffin ; .
gradually cooked to death.A .
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"r "wbat an extremely: odd remark! Door North of Postoffice I
few yeare later la 14arch. 1M2, a Sunday school: every Sunday at 9.30 t'
"la U7 said the painter Ingenuously."Wbs E :
r gang woman named Margaret Davy >. lest It .. ..Dt..ttnaDd Important a, m. Preaching first and third Sundays li .--iiriMM I
was ppntabed ID a aimllar'way on conviction at 10: a.m.And 6.45p. m., second There will fhid :
as anything that baa been said l h'iZ -you SHOES, ;HATS
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of pol oDlu& The public was td4
aDd
for tile last. boorr- fourth Sundays at 3 p. m. tf. .

.pot satlsfled .as(tie to eomparailvely bejgallt.. and alow not.Withstanding I tftttf.& j'fg'lllllii'1Delivery j DRY.fiOODS, 'AND NOTIONS, ill of best :t

travel'of pew. In tbona days tbe storyf Buying a Hors Lilt! rnr-r 1'I any qua-ti'y quality und lowest

f Margaret Dary's trial and pnnlab- wby"Ton do say bU' koee he's. a bend yonuc s!:..horse.7;** Then, it IHi cU-. fr 2. vr 1)(. H. v jy .h... ?-.oJ;_h" (__!): J ;W'1'c7I_; : Sf .01 price-. i.

neat. BOOO aroused spread through universal the horror kingAoat "To tell you the truth sir. the poor.ulmI' t; i i.-g 'lo jut rr. <1_i rftt'-i. ::1 -1| t. : Hou'rPatrollage Call Before '
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booka-'bowerer. .. low for him and. be bad to stoopfLJanlncott's. Old papers> for sale at this office, : :
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THEY "
I years ago a contractor b.114.1ag "
a railroad in a warm donate was.taobled For Nomination of Democratic Candidate Jo \" '" _
r a great deal ,,by atrknsea NEEDED h1.G ,.',
. among the laborers.He : for Congress ;;

. turned hla attention at one .* S,'HARRY VAN, 'AMJ.tERG To.the Democratic Voters the Second I love hammock but "
....food.andfOllDlltllatthey... my
. Congressional District of Florida?, .'"
getting! full rariona of meat and ,,
'. ,water from alltreuaDeal'l weN'artnkio Capyrlffbt tae, br Aawloma Pref.Aa.oalatton' The, Campaign Committee of the j
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He issued:of meat orders and to to incteuegready out dowa' theamount .. Having occasion to'see...otfnter,after Democratic Congressional-Committee District of of the the State'Second of :;>: : Oh You Vudor4wing g!

the quantity of Quaker Oatt fed loth.mad .office| hours on a matter of,bu.lD.... 1 Florida, .hereby gives notice-as follows: ;,
, First. A, primary election for the
It'waa' 0 o'clock, a "
to his ,
He' alq'belled" Quaker Oats and went roam,! supposedto nomination"ID' a Pemo raUc' candidate "; ">". ,*' 1'': ,. sZ&j@StJ
time when young people are
mixed the ibiD' ,
oatmeal'water with for Congrees'from said district to. t -
r their drinking. water.;'' Almost instantly be' enjoying themselves In their the 62nd Congress of the United State : 4 .' er
all signs' of stomach disorder passed evening amusements and married ; H--
t and hit men showed a decided Improve'Jneot pIe are sitting around'the peo.l will be held on the 10th day of May At ..-- -
in strength and spirits. This conV ,, D., 1910. '
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Iraetor or the .blg..jamp on the ,center WE HAVE d
'.; had experience that taughthim thechatter Second: An election!pf,.a DemocraticCongressional o : THEATTRACTIVE
Ilat.oolDgto
the great.Value of good reading dozing or 0
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? :Committee for said district
bed.
{; : the children going to
y Packed in regular, *eUe packages, I'', But.Cfnnlef never before In my life will be held on the 10th dayof .
a4 ba hermedcafly.ealed dIM for'hot .
dellOlatelI1tual1 May A. D., 1910, to be of "
.dlirtea; ,. have I ligbVed upon-.a_more composed one
1'k J D * prosperous and without any skeleton i to be chosen :by the Democratic I
In his closet Ue wall sitting Do an' v/er of each county respectively ;G r N LINE OI'.N..,

$ ng[MUM K : easy chair looking! at the-wall. When came I \: .jlird. The rules governing the State' GIG< .
I entered something a change
electidn HAMMOCKS.
primary as m-omulgated] By 511|
'ever hla face. He .emed.ple.1Ied thai I
\ *v! any: one should break the stillness the Democratic State Committee, shall s.

1: "Great heavens, Gunter 1 exclaim- ,control in the' primary election of a SWINGS s

''t' REAJESTATE 1|II eeL "Wbat are you sitting here alone i[I f nominee for Congreas. and the selection '
\., I for?" f: i of a Democratic Congressional Committee AND )

, ; INSURANCEExamination I I "pecavse" 1 hare no one to tlt with | where applicable and not inconsistent ,, PORCH'SHADES \,

me. with specific requirements of this
,, "Then why not go out?" "

of Titles a "I've boon going out for years, and committee. I ON THE _. i tiM ,
: Fourth. Any white Democrat possessing
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Specialty. I lag The upshot of our talk other than for representative in the Congressof z'vlIdor"; MARKET TU6. 01' MAmt \,
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.1 I business was" than 1 agreed to pilot the-United States--from said district; z; _ .

tl% Correspondence Solicited. I him Into something better than a room may become a candidate for the nomination i- @} ,
with no one but himself In ItMy in said primary election by tiling PORCH- SHADES CHAIR HAMMOCK

v cousin. Margaret Tucker, twenty-eight with the chairmfin of this committee, V .. 'I
old-Gunter was forty-was dust ..
rears viz: Hon. G. L. Baltzell. at Fernandina,
: flORIDA RIAL (STAR[ [fOR SAID aa needful of something better than a
single room as was' Qunter. 1 told Fla., on or before the 11th day of
April A. D., .1910. a written statement
r Beautiful winter home site situated I I Gunter that be couldn't afford any
longer to wait to fall In l love. If he did as required by law of his. purpose to be 61 4
f in the Lake Region o; Florida. I he would likely pans the rest of his such candidate which statement shall 7 .
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and Fanning Lands in largeor In Our
Trucking life In loneliness. If he married be be signed by him and shall be accompanied ; Hardware Department You Will Find
small tracts.
,
I couldn't be any-.worse off than be was, with Three' Hundred and Seventy. '

CITY PROPERTY: A SPECIALTY: and he might be s great deal better Five Dollars as ah aaaesament to aid in

for !I off. 1 used the same argument with defraying experreea of holding said primary 1
quick THE
with
List property mp
your Msrgsrei. I vouched for her to Gunter ,
... excellent I and elec lon. I Y
,, aalc ; as being an person
for Gunter to her to the .name effect. Fifth. Candidates for membershipon
H. M. BREAKER.Bet j I I Introduced them. 'Gunter made an the Congressional Committee shall .ST TOOLS MANUFACTURED

', ( 17K KI8 IMMF.F.. PI.A..j I exported proposal. 11 was accepted, not be required! to pay any assessment. ., .
and they were married.I Sixth. This Committee will canvass
-- - was shocked! at what I had doneSuppose the returns of.such election and declarethe

they didn't get on together 1 result and will in due Reason issue .yN t ftl MD
How would! I feel at having tied them
Osceola County instructions aad promulgate rules
I up lu a !Liiot they couldn't unloose thereto.of .,,' ,
without a lot of trouble? One day 1 1f hq
AbstractCompany f saw Gunter coming toward me on the the power given us under the law
I atreeL He looked glum. There- was! and rules of the Committee this 10th TRAD E

no side street between me and him (1aof March 1910.

for me to turn down, so I was obligedto G. L. BAI.TZELU
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.y face him. 1 nerved myself for the Ch'm. Cam. Com. of' Dam
G. P. GARRETT. ManagerReal L j-, meeting and ussuujing a lot of hearth Cong. Com. 2nd Cong. Dist of Fla. .tM

I ness, ran up to him and. grabbing I j Attest: .
him by the hand, shook It warmlyend I.|
JKHHE E. Secretary
URTZ MARKTry
e.taIe : ,| said. .
rules examined and repurU-d, on "How are you, old man? Happy asa Large desk blotters lOc at this of-
Ta&es paid fqc: non-residents i clam, ch?" : fice. ,tf E .
Instruments relating\ to, coal l ente p
There was no fervor In his affirms : -- --- .

carefully drawn'Correspondence" I tive response. I G)eaoooooooooc( ODOCO DO DOC. 1
Solicited ; ""Come. weut on; "tell mo how you
and Msg are getting.on." .
"Oh we'd get on well enough, but For SaleAt

I that there rub are a certain man' the things wrong about way.women" G; Us Once and You'll' be Sure to Come 'Again .

Bargains "Such as?" Sacrifice Prices ;
Well, Mug gives'way to me In certain
I I things-I don't care anything

In all kinds of Real Estate. about, but If anything of Importance
I 36 acres of fine land for all
Life Insurance and i I comes between us she roust have
Fire and {----kindsof fruit trees. 8 acres
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I.her own way.," .. 5 ; : OSCEOLA HARDWARE
COMP'YI
Armour's,Pert\ ers. RentIng r .\Velir" ( I II. cultivate'dandunderhog-proof j

; and, iCollectiOs: Rents a..Specialt "I wouldn't have you breathe It I wire fence. Good house 5 : -

t -Taxes.pa.id', for "- I.-say,H In the utricles confidence.' I'm j rooms: ;;barn and wagon sheds < ; .- . ;, .
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Non-residents. ->. thinking, of-a separation." -' 'i5 wells. '140 fruit trees of j r

"Good graclousl" I j-j 8 all kinds. 1 bearing 12 grape j 'wvvv avv' v wBV .v..BV .V vvvv ..vvvv'a''a

R. .O. MEEK ;; I saw he was being ruffled and tried I J Q. vines of choice varieties. Subsoil i .' .
to oootbe him but it was of no 11\8u.1 of.vellow and brown clay.

Pin. I i Tic declared that his wife bad an Ideal 1 1 li miles from Kissimmee $%' 'a1eWs -N1' MN NNKN 11.'a1"'NMN11 1'N'N'N1fSC
Kissimmee. of n husband In her mind, and she was '

1| trying to make him over to conform 19 acres In city limits, good i fSC $ GOOD NEWS.

to-ilia t kloal. I left him, feeling that house and out-buildings, with j fSCDo You

..... -Jt A-: j. and 1 bad cursing n6t succeeded my folly In at comforting baying led him him 3 acres bearing orange grove. I Appreciate [ Ma.y Kisalmmee Readers Have l
r. 15 acres fine truck land II Heard It
M. TILLER > Into matrimony. ; are and Profited Thereby rmnrhanwyance -

Desiring!: to see Meg alone and expecting tesian well that flows over ACCURACY, "Good news .travels fat rind the '. b

= Real Estate Agency. that her husband would not 100 gallonsper minute.For PROMPTNESS thousands of bad back auffarsrs in Kia-
go home at.that time of day I called information write J simmer are glad to learn that prompt ,
a..a n.a as sans a.aaafn. on her. i PURITY J relief'' Is within their reach. Many a
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"Well. Mag. I said. "hnw-gbeu matrimony lame, .weak and aching back b bad no, ;
1 Realty bought and sold. ?" KII..... Fla COURTESY, more, thanks to Doan'a Kidney Pills.
I Houses rented. B1 "Oh. matrimony's well enough It'. aaoooooooooc 18.4. )oOOOOotla Taxes paid and Titles verdents. p, the man one married tbsfs the trou- -------- ---- j I! and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING you have the Best of their experience. with thyold Quaker *
L Obtainable at the Lowest Price? .j Remedy. Here is an example worth. -
Then
1 i bl.wbat' ; phone us your wants j! .reading: **MMII*
Fire, Life and Accidenrtrr- .- atterr and we assure you that satisfaction wtll be yours. Mrs. A. M. Story, Kisaimmeit, Fla..'
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aurance. t "My husband Is'" aBonable.J1."--- --- -- --: j sa).: "I had severe pains in/ my loina ,M1V
4 indemnity Bonds. IP "About what; I -- - | KJSSIMMEE DRUG C 0.1 and a dull languld./eeling. >> My kldn.,.. -

.. "Well, be gives way to m* In things W. L.. """' : :: j1 .. were also weak and the. accretions
g Nf 4'te 4 NF'B 4F that I don't care anything about butIf --1 Phone 41 caused roKissimmee* by paaaing 1. < '
anything of Importance PBVdlCIAN A.Nl SURGEON i frequently. 5ince liainff "
!: cornea up i. r
'" - - - -- Kidney Pills whidt I. obtained
<' be', a perfect tyrant." .... .
a.e1D.Nta PHOHB AA. ( from the Kissimmee. ,
-------- ______V # Drug Co.., the ,6
In thinking that Gunter wouldn't go Ornoa PifoxcfOT. Fix>mioA. pains In my back have ceased and the
L. hointf'at that time of day I had madea kidney secretions- have been restored to' i ia
W. VnB DUZORReal mistake. While I was talking with natural condition. "I have also ...* :
Hag he came In. I was Irritated at W. W. CARSON. D. D. ],S, gained my lost strength and.energy and:

the way my plans for those I hadwished DENTAL PARUOR&: eShoe am feeling greatly improved in every a
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to benefit had turned out and / ; Store ty ty.Ladies' way. I have no hesitation far saying
i RIVERS BUILDING that: D an'. Pills '
iI{ was In no mood to .meet the two to- Kidney are an effect
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I OVER O8OKOLA PHARMACY kidney remedy. > :
gether. I i. For sale by all dealers. .Price" eta
Estate "If you two people," 1 said, "inalat a'TO' 12 i Foster-Milburn 60 : ,
MO" Co.
Buftalo.N.Y.aol.,
O'MCI HOURS j
on quarreling Instead of enjoying the ',' TO !5 ... Gent's and Children's Shoes I 1 agents for the United 8ta.... '' ,t
happiness that has come to you I can't - -- -- j' Remember th. name-Doan's. -and: -/
It. did the beat I knew how OP-TO-DATE ) take no other. '
help I -for HIQH: SPADE .AND
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KISSI MMEE. FLORIDA. "Our" affairs.. are none of your business PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON MARSH '* ,' ,
said flag fiercely. See "IS: & WHIDDEN

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What right have you to come here I Residence; STATE BANK BUILDING Makes everything in Cement line- ft
and meddler"I (Office 148 such k.
J. W. THOMPSON meddler aa Blocks, Piera for Rouses Ce- it
mere Sidewalk Tile Porch Columns.' }
Seeing that If I remained where I Sewer Tile. Stone !Utepa.: Chimney '
was a minute longer there would be Stone. Can aave you nearly
Dr. F. G.: ThomasonPHYSICIAN one-half \
an explosion I crammed my hat down PLUMBING AND STEAM fiTTING on piers and la better than brick; one .
on my head and inched out of .the half the expense oo ehlmneva. ft.
room, slamming the door behind me. W ill do general contracting in building 1J
FUNERAL DIREITORJ.! and SURGEON out of wood stone or brlok. ',.
I went'-to my ofltak lait fever. 1 f 4-meot-work-ln Ce J.
v -all *
andLICENSED couldn't work. I couldn't alt stilt I L. CRISSMAN guaranteed first-class.hDAUwork.
walked the floor. Presently'there cams Office Phone 64 e8idencel126! Anent! torha Celebrated Co JI t/
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: EMBALMER: a ring at the telephone belL .aaa' WITH EI iI!!!! I 1 I metal 8hiq e. rtHgh .

"Who Is Itr 1 asked GAME- - - L.A --,- Osceola Hardware Co. B.: DICKERSON" KIP. .
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"Mag. Gome over to dinner. I ,
"Wbat fort Irritated."I Thar u ti. Forty Years experience In
..Nna su, .". ,. .... Large Northern Cities.
wish to thank :yon: tor aomethbag. tae [ aA.. VANS AGNEW
. : Oppo.itetCourtbouaeJ: ""AH right m _.. But thank aae PLANK'S CHILL TONICOkflWmnd Only First-class Workmen Employed. ,
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t _w." h'._.....toc".N... Windmill and Material ,I I ATTOMMXY ,
'We needed --. Fnerr. SStc. Pump -I I ATT, LAW..... .. ..
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.teebail. S-ounc. AMD NOAAHY F _
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against Instead of each other. We're" A.k tM d.,.. I PHONE, 88 Always on Hand. KISSIMMEE .
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of the be. 'py'erpnbllhtd' | ) in .alit .-(.11111).. a Ut| ul ..11I I
completion water main or
I Order To Do Business.
1 County Governors Call for Democratic ,Primary] I i mantes which Imvbofn. .n lord a- / .ii fore Let Work ibly and conjUnctively -
:". UK m!n I i for Mirh ofTU'i-h' VKOKM I ""',,our)' Drpartmvnt. Stain. uf Florida.' Ofnea" of

., j with each other now from I omplroller Tallahaiuoe-No. 1'7berraa.

the thereby assisting each other. [Elections OK LIMITS for Letters Patent It .lv Katiflfactory evklepoe presented tethf
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1'lu* 4,1 lug lu HUM primary shall !b. i h> ballot, '
(Continued from pal( 1)) 'I'oramlUAe .ItI..rown" it has barn made to appear thatAbankleganeocwtinnunderthewn.of
1li" lcmorraiic f of O.'rcaln coiiuty.
"Live and let live. i Hi .rtonlmiciwitli, the |rovialann of II..- ntnlpruucr r
tu the Clatei Fluriiia, lii-tx-riv all and Citiaena .
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THE PIONEER PLUMBING nAN tu Imlluti e
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.'t. Hank iif KiMimrnae .bested; at K.....Itn.Florida..
4 bills vide for th..I".I.lIn..r. H I>i.inrMTattinrim.rj. aloe. ll In. Noilcn, In hftt'hr drat the iiuilfrhiuuitlutll
The following were (examined printed' mill dl.lrlhul..1 iiiulrr the di givwn
At MakintM>n' Olc1 Packing MountH.. O'Box anilonraniaed.. ender the Lawa, .of Florida, .has
ordered drawn election to he held in -aiur'liamH. with the t rei-lions( of this .roiiimHtw, and on Maid atlo' Mpply to tin* (lover nor of tin- Mate ft flare ;
approveil( and warrants : No. 625. 17-2t law if r'loridH. anl, irlinarv. to he held iftil complied wlh.1I thu .provolone" rc ulrnd to be
( ito bHll l>v printed "nly the unincM of HU h rendi Ida .t THll.hib.MM. Florida on the pith Hay of
K LLvili'V. iNiinr. I ... .. couiilv. of the .Mat i ditit '.fitr M.tti sad NatioiiMl, oflk-i-h A* max l I.i 1 May "'10. for Ina' Isra "lit onI orporalliiK, l 111"Ni
K L l> Overalreet. c"",. ami miU-aitv, ."(. New Auto GarageMr ,I'laf1 in curl) cln. -11"0 dlMrli-t\ during ISIS M.rlifi4'l l 1 h) I kr ,'h.lnn.II c.f the "Cute KKCIIliv. : I w r.ilrn. IMantaliou t ompan' a i on>oiMlioii.iniiler 1 of. rinrKla before an ......,..llon..1 be author.rod .. :
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.T. a. tltr.l touwm IIIH! mlbawh h ".' the limir i tlxrd l h\ d inn for the'n Idb uu ail-ia.elion. .. i f-niinua-c II a tld) t.e, liHirjnnn ..( tliet4t ate the toning prolmnvl} i-uartiT. (hinrlit- to NOnmeneJ the buKincw'af lankily

jt : R Ban, cOIn anil., ,..tuilHri| I : (0 krr < W. B. Makiuhon haM Ie4 tl<.- Contract .. on tiicvrtiir. milt dcv-or May. I1'i! CJ>iin-M'.<4ioii.) < uinni1to4. 1'11..1 t in alpha I ual of which U uou on flip (in ili<..ornce of the Now. Therefore. I. A C Croon., Co.nptn..ller. <*
}C r6y .111 Walkw :coal Hii.r. nnle fc'i-; \i> oi for a new-automobile garage -U for I h. iininiiiatinn of nil l cmiM-ratli t ,an'11lMiii \- iM'tli'Jil" onl. T Hud' \ iu-xt In order shell l 10. print t*...!r.>taiy. of elate. of tln "ail a of Kloriiln.U I tho Staeuf riortda. by virtue. of authority ventedin

P A VanaAcnew. attfui (dianl II'u.+ Mr. H. Dickerson tin- concrete tor olMit ate nod I'ng, "t* to I** votwi fl the nain' .*it set' ihr cinintaudn1.tfN. end in I i ltiuf our names thin Jiiil day| of. \ ",1. \ UK' by Sertion. !71'l"< ( the General Statute otIho
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3 1 V A EDnr.ianilkaml Hitillt.it, I. for by Ih\\( . at lot mMieriilelection such) nr.I., AK iiirtj: lie |.r..h.,1 by )lhi| MHH, l'. I'UO.
K D UrUKem. .a' .. jitniunG "! M.V 1 who began laying the foundation on to he held Nmi'inbfr. \ "l''ln.' anil 1.0 l br i< mil"ire (..IIIII"cll WILMAM IIAIIMVN.islnuwl Hank of. Kim tmnttw. tn the County, of Oaceola and. ',.-

F Krlb.... sal l > M Wednesday. ,. I Ute SteW of riorkla ,. authoriced: to eommanee
1 co JiuUe appointed li- the IH-miMTatu Gal -.ru..r f lit I I) WILLIAM A I.VIC:A.CHARTKKUP .
The said. oiniiilitfc hell .t too.... on the nth the buaioe of Itankmit. under abeveITIVCII
the.naftie
C F Travail cure of jail 11 i day after urn-It or warner, If all lilt re- with repast! .1..k..1 Five
f KiHaifnmeeTel 2 W . i iirrir.rr. a Thirty thouaj -
i Co. rent-plum? KCO\I I I1> PHIMAUV/
.. '. north of and adjourning the Makinnoti tort arc-In.. ni ..1( Ht th<- ,count, ) court bore Hand dollars
Jlrj !
C I. Handy: noniH tar .1 : 1'rot I 1".1.| | That f.e<'*,u ,I'1.' brick block, and in being built of cement and i ublit'ly Iy /- hand and seal I of office this 'r
; 4 H C: Miller cam Trrti : iiu<1iYIn' ': NKW r.l".:I'lAN--
U \\ Ashlou, rottil ,payroll i-vi WI, blocks. It will.be-41x67: feet.Guardian's bo hold lut'iMay., the Tlh .1..... of June. (I'Mn, : cdil"1.. 1 lmbe, *ii n"'HI",1 I.) a 1111j4irit TATloS COMPANY! twenty-enrhth day of March A D One Thou.
> ,'". for etch taunt' filer. mM lu vital and Nine Hunilrrri. and .
Ten.A.
Lltn' .
.
.1 U 11'i1S.mrmld\ snpptbw' to "h, . bftuvi-ii the* Mirlu-sl raudttlati-, "
: (....<'. a et".onII."r'. will/ hive tn I,,* $$0'1.1. She iindcrhlKiii'd' Incorporaton hnii-by ..ranelate .C. I ROOM.
L If Inirrarn, 2 t -aniH onihttlfilay 4 'IN C.timnlnnlloiiii Hhall niit hornhreuad, .
". Notice. j I mid :ehairniHtt. NIK. M-rrVtary of thiM, .M>mniit- thoW'mlve.' lolt.h..r., for the pnrpOMof H-hl oiniilmller State of Flurida.
I'V c.rlllin. oil I > loy tn.JcM-itv tote 1 a the first ittirnari olti'tiun
,, lea. within> t.w.i ..Utd Hi4-rfnft. else'.1 certtf> ttltMchtttrinan < UKCOiuluu incorrior.twl and funning alMirnoratlon -
KlM Valley oii primary Hcrttoti only rrurli -- -
t uutlur'and by virtue of tin lawn of the
ui ttifdUti* Kxi-eylUe CommUt
\VIIMakillHonUo.puiilp.i-lr: . I IIIUJ I : fru.rvllano/ H"I.,... bonil, toW child ''... ilci-fliM-d.. will, makeapplication |, the remit' ofHid I ,pritunreiecltou' Iti seal Hlatf of Florida. with and ,under the roll""'Innpropoftpd Notice 1,
J Dann ri'palrM UHgnn > ( ininor nf J. K .w. ,, |"irliii .ry loetioii ahnll IN' |M rmltteil, to ,vot*.

h, U Grot-ery Co. fcfl nudes. .>! ;rU to the County Judge of Ottceola Coiinty. . The 1 ',"fH'rotic Committee calling' aal'l' |.rj- i eouulr.ehouing. nor result .if vitch precinct, EnIefe: of A. t'. "",,II..ld. drma.fl. I
and shall *. ihu Chairman of the CilAIITKKAltTifl.it !
:Mach limn. ti'ama1-ilny h'lO Florida, at hit ogee; In Kinaimmue. on Monday mar> oltM-tiau i lit romplmure. with Ian. hereby ,. also < rlifv to iiiidiT-iuiiiM' having been irrantod l'l -wJ l1
('nn.. ..ioiifll. *Ci;... Hiii'li result* lo Iho 1-The name of tini'i>rx>riitioi":
U W Ov..r..tr.v'l, '.' ,,,,uI1H.1 ilay the -'Ird! day of May. 1910. at 111 o'clock. ".. tn for ."'- .roe the toriUN and rnnditionH, on which .Ilrc. iumjitee > .. t<-r.:'le.tatn' ..Dt ry HIMIH thuextaMof A.C\ MaVJ

Luther Warrtm: hornu ami w aicon, 1 ;|MJJCTerffla 2 :!-'. an order aoil at '' '. aalr. the loira! "......* ofli-rmi!,' to luiro'ne raiMlldatf"ut . "l"II.I.lc> for M"1.r..r' Cf>i"umifThe hh.l1l. Sew IJdeii riantatlon Company. and ,| tli'ld fliiif|. -roljjr doss notice toll era 1Itora. -, _'!-:
mmut ** II. pnurlpal placo of bnmnuHi.. iball !I' In thi I >
: <1..a iypr..HM l.ninlMT'Jo' : lumh ../m right lto interest and clerml'f thu aaid in 10 wll...* Ht .tiiih. Mfs'tliMi. .hall bo regardful rt.M /IK Ion aht> rauva m nud .TIIIUK| *> of 'the i IrirateVH" nr ilutnbiiKMWi. end 10 .I I |KT.ollharmiiMlaimiiorilfmaiiili. :

JJ KI.sLnodwr40.Iwanher .. "t4 I and to. (the following, flMcnrM-rf, land lying l and he- ami 'tuLcnah proiKT mu-mlMTHof the I ..iniMTaftciart.T. I i'ontity Coumlttees shall he flue. AH to rouulyc4mHd City of KiNHiinmei- Ihe laU* of Kloridv. I tint : mtaiiiat aid ..tate, i ,

J W/rhompHiHl. bnT\linr. hitfklf.. ; and mi nituat; in said' town, county and ...,... (o wit. | '. .mllh..r..r"rc. ntlllml to ,imrtlfilHitf, find I 1 h"'or"ale', iiU'Utrtniv Hin-li' m.lwr. of the f.eiripiia- It may,.*...r i-ltabllah):auywhert hranrh In tli ofttcra. UniiNil an it Ruler may
I KoaUrKiMimmee 2"<' II Lot 4 of block 4 of Hubert Da..' addition U the )h.- -aniliiliit4' before. H* d| vot.. Nt such tUi-tii>iiflfollow I IllIrr. iiriinary the Island of Cuba. time |>r<...-rll>.Ml %.r law or forever barred.

Eire Plant livhtK; jail, I" 1 I1- town ..f Kiaaunmee Clly. All |,erwnii liavinir <.it> as *. iOK 1 he follow inn: flKhPMMntentM on raiididittrtt. art DM hl.t..11.' IIAVFIKLDExecutrix.

r, Y; M J llli'ka, ezainlna Innntlc H1rr Alt -'IK! ' 'Jrclinnntohe'gunting.f.idonle" will ale the h..rcl''I..vl",1 for the varfuiiu oflioc viinmorated AarICLx '.!-The Rvnoral nature of the biinl-

Y l>r.TTH lllvcr. ". ;: 'K name with' the County Judge. af:".hHnl. on or IMJfoie QU.\LIYIC.\l'lJ"K: CAN1HHATK' '' ])Mi'tnlxtr House uf ltcl.r| .eeenlaLlvea1NAaI. near tn b.. Irsnsneted4.r I be Haul Cotnpany -f'

n A B Jarrell" 1141 1 aald rI.le. Tho.... and only' +lf>K> |H>riv>nx shell b. per ''ouiity Judge l.'i.ixi abnllbetheoperating of a .plantation, : buying. Notice of Bond Sale I I

1 i i milted. to iMH-ome rnndiiUt! before or to vi>tt <> :, seta( selling and IrndliiB' in real anti iwmotinl -
T M M..rph)'. wile n lousy case' m 1'KAKL ADD1SON. f'oUOlJ' AMAfMNOr Of TllXtfN'' propf The Council of Kiafflmme. City. Florida, will reralve

s K: W Harrelmju. wlUiiwi.. .. In Iniincr <-.MC 1 IKI' Quardian. oft ero Crew,, minor I'' or .uarth'I'tTHU! 'In thu nianngemont of any prl. 1'H""' .Cc.II".r r.o.11I.I I < ,I ty of bati Mver ...iiMtnrer.., ownatMMirillcs I. uutil Tueaday. May. 3d. A. D- 1910 _led.

I K Pre\att, oow. In uacy awe' ' . 4 :* Ft. Pierce .' .;. Aoril20h: 110. 17-H' Diary luctlou. hi.lit liy Detnncralln party In Treasurer, .. ....; .. . ... .. . ;. .. . 00.011 and those of other corporation.:miviiufncturiiiBbuilding bid* on Korty.Thre. On. Thousand Dollar

K Krlll, judge luimi-y ....o. ? '; . .. '., :iof! (/ I" '- aid. pountv who are ...hll.eI, >..Hinocriiti electors.whndeelarelhulradherent'e 8u.'orvi.orof! K<.giGfiuiiiy.Iroiivoiiliiij. .tlntt,:i..7". ..." li./JO/ material : building. oqulpplng. .hudipfratlnu .j each, nolaxceedMR. nix{ .per. cent, 1Iar.OnumJn..1

,illninrt.-cU-ii;,( ', OOOfJKlmor / ... Creditors' to the prlnoll! o rrcameriwi cannnrliw" ,. Jce" ,plautxi, !
i1'U/ bUiufw-tiint Co, /, .l Noticei'to | ..A1,11 lrueyyJ, \\0.110", : I teiwl parable aemt-4' >Dnually; j< .'.
.. IR1.lateirl.I: I)t,' '.u,,r \!.;: S' .' "I .I"" 11/d ,S Ntlthr' h..1 .Kiran't0" .rrerlttmsj' bnlrq in\d and orgnUixdiloa of silo Democratic p.rlN.. 1 !k'h'lC.l.C .tlllIl..lon"r'-II.N', ( J.'t' \ fl J9.UOf! ', ;! water ,work, vlootrlo and van plaul_ trap) (Both Intermit. and principal. payable aLtheof J

liana,,Iliw IMI.n i '. saselon Canal: \I. tI, I ).1 11..11) .'. lIolI"'. Ktato mid ('puuty-a'Ito are by the!,tawsof l 'CountyJuKtliuiof romm 1..lolI"r.w..}JI it'j\ij. M"y f,\>:.&o0 :( road* and other forum -trainiporutlau .uulll-. fin of the City Treasurer at KUairumM. City, I!
of of Tenl'le| A
the ,
'* .. ' '' '', dtatrlliiiura. onljite Jlinxldooeased the 8l&to lawful occt! <.r. of tlio dliitrlct In ties and and \ ue..rfor the I
'f OommlMloners ::, .. ::) ., ::;;\,: IIW (heI'uace . ". toO I auy .11'1.11'* rjurnlal.' Honda to mature follows: Five Bond
'' '"JtW.lker.Pllle Ixm Co rmtinilii. in CMIMW f that I "." f bfH.u Itpl51int4Ml adralnltftrat wlilfih' tli.y offer to rote. who ....'.paid their Constable. l.im. rondnnt of its business; buddingrid." iMinipplntrlionaon. in live. v"'"..... Five l INnuil (ui ton y.... Flv. bond "

J 8Blr.tt.n. .. ., .. 'S.t : ' I <.r of thoalloy., named entatimid Hint all l"..11'. ..** IfgHlly due jhe .....Ollrl Met urdgv" .hithu Htorcs. Irnrni. u hnrvi.., boau. atiil .othffHtrncturi in fifl..rn yearn. Eight Imniln Ten
The fail loo n itlK are hereby apjminUxi, anil dos in twenty ymca
cliilnii' "Oni-.Iau l nutrlprt.setlt l lj '
tii.ilnst
,_ PITMIIIluivlim ,iiiiHith. pnrslnry Hiioh ;priiunry eli: ..110'.. .anil generally. to t-XHrolxi' Much :
r .
{ I. W OUier our Uaxniii rind nml others nuu0l j hem duly mitheiilicat! lor MtllimiiuI Ignnttii JIH IriKpcrlori end Jerks of .!Oul el*"? liomlH in Iwnnlv-hyi--.. and Ten. bonda in thirty
4 W D M.kl..oull I .-.upplro, < '" I mid ho xhiilt. when rliallHliuiMl) hv'any (doctor Iou powers aa may bu vOHtcd In or mrident (lo the '.....r.. .

Oai-eola. PharnitM-v.' ."It.hllr 1016I i within tin- lime l.r..rHH.t liynv.. plot :till Itrlt lug Main| .oath 4.t (ore ...;, iiiHia'ftor !: l ualn.n. of ni'1( corporation unili. Iho InM-\ ofKlorida. A .
Km'-iinmw.. Kin) ('I..121 NC A MSj | \ I'rerinct No I. KlKMitnini-e-II M I rhaiin. Ira wrtitieil chock fi>i (I.Okl' must accompany
her honor, to brio anil .
by ton .
tiiiort rue
I" Kin iJmif ,'u.I..Io'1 pnf***!* 8-1 I j April| '.' .PIIII; \diniiiiMtriitiir, r>f srtfil Kitnti- | | I V. fthtrher. f \\' Hmlker; Inm-vclora., S Bar.s I each bid' to injure ''. "" "."'erataon. A II btda mutt
Miii-h j jthereol.
.1 I H' U'illi.$ inn, Niipplttpi. .. ) .or (farm -' )"' fcullK of pnmnr.v find yotu; for the nomlnooit I t,11.I I CUrU.Treclnot ANTtcu.t.1-The capital, stock of RaId corporation l I.e in by the m day of May A I) rJlll.' >t .o'clock

spit Rraly I'niHloii' wink IHI tin iimr farm !I.< 'rfl. i |, No. !. Khluulu' Creek-: -Walter )loss- i shell bo the. HIIIII,,' of One llundrod and Klfly i iI P .

T Adkina, M or |MMirat' in 1 .MiU I I Notice of Dissolution Ll'nlOK OKKlCrJi TO BE FILLED BY TIIKDEM'KJIIATIC toy, Walter Bronaon. Wv her Innrxvlom.. H )I II. II. 1 I hnimand DolUr"' ll.VI.IKiO.oa; ) to be dlvidnd into Io I m.The Council rOM-rvea the right to rejoct any and

W 0 Uronaon, care paupera and aunt ..f I I 1'KIMARY ILII!: !: -TIN I. Oventreet. Clerk. Fifteen Hundred (1.3TO: ) shares of the par'aim | all bad..
Thi iartnerwhip heretofore exiktinft under thename
P MOT farm 01'J wherein llhr- Each elector, Iti the Hid county.. qualified to Precinct No. J. t.mphell1; \' Clark: 1> VJobtiHOD. of One Ilundred (lino.oii) rollers each of which I By onHrof I ounell thin 7th day of April. A D,
of Uiirham fc Farmer W. K
C J FfMon . >7 01'' !I votein said .primary election. chit 1 hive the Z T Rile, loNpecu. : Raymond V I 10 per cent shell be paid In cash at the Urn.. of ll'MI.
y :
a ham of Tampa Fla.. and L. H. Kjirmar. of Nardoofwe -
Wlloua Cleinoua, luadlug men' :'MtonVIM i right to.vow, I In lAid |I"hoar I.... furl Lanler Clerk. commencement of the business and the J. R. GILBERT.
( rla.. general in thia ninth/ rio-I
were nartnera
., Y .tate Baak freight on marl. -. m' d.y'April. A. 1>. 1M dlaaolved.MMt l One candidate for I'ill ted Stale. Senator.Oneeaudidate ITe<'Inrl. N.,. 4. reghorn-T" N Karr Marlon mainder may be paid by luBUllmenU aa Clark.

.; C F PruTlU .er anbixw Pro* altoriur 16:! (nS) for RepronentaUve. in Couijre Warren, II1' H Partln.' lotpeotnra( B Wllltam. be. flled. upon by the Board of IMreolora.A .- -
(HKned> W. R. BIGHAM. ,
(C P Pratt feeding prisoner.Jl ", rtUL'llo Two ....dlel..... for JiiKtiro of thu Supreme Clerk. ..T'CL"Th... corporation( ahall exlat for a

A Border, wUa.... pm atlornny. Court. Precinct No. .'.. Crabb-W R He"'... N IIBlouat. period of ninety-nine (III') ,...... '
4; 1q C L Simmon., .. 1 00 Notice of Application to Sell Real Two r>ndld.t.,. rOT Railroad ConimUxIonnr, ., Dajrid Katileraon"InHpwtora ; ff A Kn ARTICLa6-Thu bu.lnmaof. the vorporatlou a Any one desiring tQ pure "

Aleck Keen 100 Dec'd. Oneeaniliilatw for Nlate Andltor. hank, Clerk.PteeinotNo.4.
Estate. Jas. H. Hakes.
hull be S U Pertlu, l txi One eandldate for metnlwr of the Ilouie Wlilttier-Johri H BalaOcn( 0 .
composed of a President a Vice-Prsaldent, a
1' .U r Krlbba, coata stole V Huttlo, VounirEamee. To all whom It mar concern: Representative .R Baea F J Hixlwlo. Inapefltnn: JUndnlph VALUABLE PROPERTYIN
.. 7(7 Notice .. lMrby that oa the leth dar of May Htaa eaiidldat for Coun.r Judge and Judge Young, Clerk. Manager. Treasures, a t'e..lIIr1.nd one Dreatar (

'y O P Prevail,eo n Htale *Simon, Vouoit'Kamoa A. D.-1810. L.pillwak. application to th. County of Coimty: Court Prvelnct No. 7. Hauluger-VY V Chandler.Jea. . and such other of&oer as may from time PMOSPCROUS KISSIMMK'
by the Board of
G . 74&t Judge of OMaola County Florida for an order to .One candidate for County Pro.eeull.tf At. A. Clement Chase Campbell Inspectors; to time be deemed neoenaarjr will do well t<. Me or write to
Directors shall be
1' Directors The elected lo
{ a A WlUUnw, Wilnnx and !.. ., . t .TO ell at privat. or public ..I.) 'for the payment; oiTdebta torn). W Underhill ClerV.Preclnot <
.. :Z%.
X-.
serve for.the term of one year, by t. .took- :aODEa'rS:: : _
KraJenle Hill, wltnexa and mlleace. ISO the follawinc.deaerlbad real( estate. the On. candidate for Coony A..e .iMir of Tale" No. M, Narrooaaee-John W Tlaon.

JT W Hill .. .. .. a 80J property of the neW Jamea H. U...... dtKeaaed.altuat. Oue candidate for Tax Collector.One . K Lemons, K L Evans, Inapectoni: F W Hill, holder at their annual election to be held on Lock Box 836 16-3tpd
the third Friday of May of each year and theomoen
tleo II 8.ade1. '. .. 15i In OaoaoU Countr. Florida. to-wU candidate. for County Trmnurer.One Clerk.
.. .... 10.nd 11 of lllock Vfl.: and lot I shall be elected for a term of one )ear
A W 8mltli ' .- V, Lota .um.. candidate forBupervlvor of Regtutratfoti.Every P W 111 LI.. T M )MUBPHV I
'j U '. .. . -.' 14ft1 numbered of block'*of tile town .' 8t. Cloud.. elector to each aohonl board OUtrlot Seere"" ". Chairman. by the Directors Immediately after the election 4.

i '--- y.art..lI..Moon, ...huy.. . 11'I88 -.- to the plat of aald town, AM. in the hall hare the right to vote for one candidate ... j.at the Director, .by the trtoekbolden. The I I ,.
of the ofnoera who are to conduct the
offs .of tlw Clerk of th. Circuit Court In old for member of the Hoard uf Public fuatructiou names
Notice of Final Settlement and
Paid-warrants were cancelled from buklneoa of the said oorporatlou. until a full I II It
from each I
county.AhM. the .varioui funds in the following. Iota numbered 60. 57 and I4. In twetion la, elector In each County Coiamunionera Application (for Discharge.TO Board ball be elected at the Oral annual raitetkig I ...I

amounts: -........-r7. 8. note S9, B. according to the plat. District shall have the right to volt for one candidate ALL WHOM IT .MAT CONCERN : areas follows_ : I Cafe LaRue -t

of the SemlnoU Und and |nv .tnMqt Company', for County Oommlatloner from each William Hahman President. and Treaanrer.Willlain ..
.5 ; Revenue . 907 16 Notice .. hereby f iron that the onderalvned,
t (fneaavorattd> ..ubdirMm aaid ....Uo. 1*. blitrlct.Kverj. 8-Alyea, Ylco-Preaiduut and )I.n.-I .
Road . : 369 85 a. guardlao'of Ira .. Lee, minor, will oa Mon
1. All __ having objection' fo th.:grrantln* .f elector In oath Justice District, to-.wit: day the IIHh" d./ of June, A. D. 1010. at 10 ger.HtouuwallJ. ,
Fine and Forfeiture ..... 887 60 aald order, will fll. the .ais with tII. County Trlpleett. H c rotary J e
II.... 3. X. 4 and 5 shall have the right to vote for o'elogk, a. m.. preeent my final report for cow r I IY

1:1: There being! no further business, Judge foreaaid.. on or before said d.... one ceo idale for the office of Jnitloe of the ermatiou In the County .'.'.ofBoe In. Oeoaola AartaLKft-The blgheet amount of Indebted. 4

"' Board adjourned to meet again In regrularseislonr Ella VU..... Conn. WALTER I. KELLOQ. -Peace in their reBjmctlre.aietrlol. CouD',., Florida and -will apply to acid mesa or Hablltty to which' th&.nid corporationcan @ .

'r - April t,.ltla EmontorAfMldClUU.WRt Each electoiloe.ehJuaUce<< D."lct.. to.wltl! Court for my discharge" at guardian of said at any time subject ittelf 1haf be -the 1 .

r Noa. :3, 1, 4 and shall have the right to vote for minor. JOHK M. L.... amount of IU entire capital atook.ABT1ULC7 e "

E. L. LESLEY, Chairman --'- -- one candidate for Countable In their reapeetlvoJ.lrtlo. Sl-At mothly' Onardlan. -Tbe name awl residences of the t

b, t ARTHUR E. DON EC AN, Clerk. of the Peace Dtntricl. - -, -- - - aubScriblng inoorporator. and the amount of

( t S for btcbange.h Notice. CONVENTIONPao.h Estate of C. H. Fountain Decd.Notice Capital .lock wibaorlbed for br each are aa for Agency for

I Estate C. A. Cummings .rmaiil. elector shall have the right to rote for Iowa
: I. hereby given that the undeniicaed
Timber land and Improved farm in I N.... H> rwraby civon to eradltora ..ad dietributaaaof I .r .agaiuat Stole Coov.oUoa. and there shall admmiMratoreftbeettatoot O. H. Fountain Wiliiam, llahinati.. Altoona Penn $16,000.00. 1'h

Et- Southern Middle Tennessee for Central the _tat.01 C .\. Cumml_ dncaaaiid. appear upon the ballot after the _mea of theeandldatee deoeeaed. will on Monday, the 12th dar of Sep William H. Alyea Kiaaimmp.. FlaWo.t0.. Young & Gaithers
that aa .iMritT of Oooaala county 1 have bean appointed the worda, "for a Convention." Stonewall J. Triplet W OU.
Southern Florida improved. tember nest make tlnaleettlement of his admtnlMretlnn -
01 -ofnela admlni.tr.tor. of the above and "Acainat a Convention," *o that the qu... In witness whereof the said Ijtoorporaton
I... FRAZIER, of said state and apply' toe his
nerd eatata. and that all peMona haring elahn.agminat lion aa to whether or not the convention ehallbe discharge. .. such a4nlai.mlor, bare h' reooto< sot their hand and seals at the

9-llt-pd EthrWge,.Term. aaid oataU must prapant them duly cue called by the tate Dttmoeratie Executive N. U. Hawaii Administrator meeting held on the 2nd day of April. A, _D. 1010 Ice Cream '

1' thentieatod ...Ithln the time proaeribed by law for Committee aliall be determined such primary March SIb. IMO. ll aao. Signed) WILLIAM HAHMIH (sal)
- -- - -- -
i'' Public Notice rttlam.nt.- __ _ ________ election! by the elector. ol thin Bute. Guardian's' Notice ( i&ued'JLL"'M 8'. A'L\'II" (art r

r a Thoee "who contemplate l laying sidewalk C. r. VATT..8herlCT.. _- *- TIME FOR QUALIFYINGEach : (Rlned) HTONKWAU. J. Titrri.rrT (seal)
?
last &8..... Adminlatrator. .person. desiring to have hi. name printed Notice te berebr wttho.. I I. Wuilam R. Me. State of osoeolaS t.m' .
(at the present time or in the future of I
--- on the Primary ElecUon ballot a* a candl Quaid. aa uardtaa ot the peraua and. aatate of County @ 1'I

) should pause and eoniider the advisability I Notice of Final Settlement and 4aMforaar .....oa,. ofttae shall 'Ale with the Ceeell. IVMeQiiald. a minor mUnd. on the 14th Before.. personally appeared William HabWIII&DI -

of placing length of water : ahalnnan. of this committee on or before the day ef May, A. D. 1 t10..t 10.'clock.. m" to ap. man 8. Alyea and Stonewall J. Trip.lett I

":' pipe first, to be connected later on with Application for Discharge. JUtb\ day of April. A D 1910 hU notice of candidacy ply to the County Judo of Oeewria County to me known a* the lubeoriben deeorlbed

Notice hereby given. that the undaraltjraed and application to have his name ao Florida, at hie effiee In the. City ef 1:......._ la and who executed U e foregoing instrument

their house and the water maim .. MIl *DIItt_ of the nVrtnte of Jerry JI'. printed upon a bUnk to be fum'ahed by the for authority te eelt I at private sale all. the ......t, and .....1'111.0"00..1..lg the execution thereof Delivered In. Any Quantity ..

? The Pioneer Plumbing Shop will alb Potter, deeenaed, will on SatuMav, July Snd said airman and accompanied by the amountof title and Intereat of eaM minor In and te the following to be t".lr'Me net and deed JWltneaa for the purposes !

'!and lay such pipe where the city levels mo, make final Mttluaeni.wiUi tae County ala. aaaeeameut aa specified below, and no deeerlbed tend situate lying and. being lathe therein expreued."' -

r are established, at little expense at the Jnds. 01 0II0e01. OotIal,,Bate of Florida and name of soy inch candidate shall be printed _."" ef O.eeola and. State .f Florida, .... my band and omolal-gal oa thlcVnd Ii \

'time booking (as agreement apply for final dteoharge Maid Administrator. upon or counted or returned' II printed upon wit The couth half., lot on. (1) In block "P" day of April. A. D, 1910. Old papers can bought at this office'at
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r same Dee.tt, }Q. E. LOmavraBBT, -y pooh ballot, nnleee. this provUloa ball ef. r.trieh Addition to Kleefenmee, Signed( ) JA8. W. LILLY. 20 cents per hundred. Just what you __

S, .. at a uniform charge) orders for future AdaUalatrator Scold of have been oompUed with. said chairman shall WILLIAM t MoQUAID. (sal) Notary Public need to put under your .carpets-, matting -*

Iy work that mall be contemplated at the 204-av. Jeer) M. Poter.I Immediately.( thereafter furnUh eaeh-tae.. apr Ii. 1'10. Ai Guardian ef Ceoelia Ob MeQuald I My commission expire. December 21, 191,3. etc. >
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