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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: May 6, 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: VID00436
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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{: '", ::7 This Town and County is Deriving : ... .. I. What UK, CoW and Wind Have Been ?'

I from the liberal Distribution section( than all other agencies employed ., wa \kh'\hat they were Anted before Doing to the Country for the 0 ,, '. }"
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wmbfned.' There I. nothing that'wI! ]Forty-Three Thousand Dollars'Worth the office was ready to turn' them over,

.::: of the Valley Gazette. I nduce a Northern or Western man to and many persons were forced to, call Past two,Weeks .

-::: I ----. nove to Florida as quick a* the readingf of Water Works and for their mail at the window who would' it

:1' The. letters that follow are two'of one of the many ably edited have' willingly paid rent, for a box .If We have been trying to keep tab on

:::: hundreds of like nature that have been taper published in the state. The bills Sewerage -Bonds at Pre- such had been available, but now that the. weather .throughout the United .y. r

:::::::: received at this office during the past i a good one, and should be passed by Sell., a eighty-one additional boxes' -hare been States for the past two weeks, for the

::: twelve months, and are reproduced the Legislature without a dissenting ttiiutti to Home Institution. installed,, It.I.. is believed, all comers will Benefit of our .readers, but it-the R

::: ,-Jhnerely to show to what extent the Valley rote. be accommodated until the fall season weather-ha* been so,variable" and the

::: l Gazette, by its being liberally cir The bill follows: when It will] be necessary to add another reports have been so conflicting untilit ;?.

: culated through the North and West by hundred or two, for ,fully one thousand is difficult to summarize 4

w. our County Commissioners, is building An empowering Boards of County I more people will spend next winterin For a while 'We +were led to believe

::: I up and making populous and prosperous 3ommissibners' of any of the several Ndthing can speak in more forcible language of the prosperity and this town than were here the put that not only the -entire fruit crop of ;,

this town and county. counties: of the State of Florida to levy I It Financial standing of a town than that its bonds when placed on the season. the country, with tfie exception.of Florida ,
letters tax for the of displaying There is nothing that so forcibly demonstrates and Texas had been but
The writers of the two were special purpose local destroyed r
::: I market: sell to capitalists at par and a good premium, and the fact the '
sent this paper by persons who knew the product\ and industries of any growth and prosperityof the cotton crop had perished also.

them; and as they as have thousands of Bounty Ip the state at'domestic or foreign 1 that the forty-three-thousaod-dollar bond issue ,for installing waterworks a place u does the receipts of the Later news modified these first reports, '-

_::: others had their eyes turned toward j expositions, and for other methods' and sewerage in this city'was bid in by_the Citizens.Bank of Kis- postoffice, and in this Kissimmee ha and it is now'ge ei-aJly believed- that, I
:: this state as a place to make their home t of advertising for the purpose of encouraging led every- inland town in the state the while the early'fruit was a total loss
::: In future, they naturally came to Kissimmee -. immigration and Increasing I simmee at par and a premium of $1,750, is"conclusive proof that Kis- put year-In fact the receipt*' have the trees will blossom again- In Jan '.

::: to investigate the truthfulness I trade in the products of the state. I simmee is regarded as one of the solid and substantial towns_of the been so'great that the office will be and a good "crop will be gathered laterin 7

- of the claim that here could be found The people of the State of Florida, placed in the second class with the beginning the season, while the damage to the
thadocal financiers unlimited faith
South and have in its future.
, advantages superior to those of any represented) Tn the Senate and Assembly : of the next fiscal year July 1st. cotton shows a loss of only about one '

.I\. t' other section of the country and find t do enact as follows: The Boards The Citizens Bank has been open for business less than a month Watch Kissimmee grow. half. This,,of course, does not indicate.

-.' ing thai the" Valley Gazette ha told ,of Commissioners of the several counties and the fact that it fs in financial condition to so soon handle a 'business UNION S. S. PICNICThe that there will be only half a crop of
the truth in'every instance one Jias already of the State of .Honda, or any of cotton this year for the farmer have
purchased property and the other them are hereby authorized and em- of this magnitude demonstrates that it has taken a stand fn the financial plenty of time for replanting, and they y

ot will do.so in the near future. These powered to levy a special tax"on the, world that will make; it a power for good to our tpwn and county, Union Sunday Schools Will NaveTheir ftrill no doubt' be able to procure: sufficient -

. like a multitude of others, have taxable property within their respective seed for: this purpose, contrary i
y men and our citizens are extremely fortunate in an institution founded on 'Annual Picnic !
.. become boosters of this-section, and the counties for the purpose of creating a reports notwithstanding. ,

: good they will do in the way of InducIng publicity fund not exceeding $10,000 in such a solid basis locating in their midst. I The annual Union Sunday school picnic Considering the time of the year, the

people to come here is beyond ellUI. any year in any one county to be used The City Council had advertised that bids for these bonds would be will be held on Paradise Island Fri weather has been unprecedented Snow .. ,
y mate. for collecting, preparing and maintain- day May 13, 1910. fell all through Georgia, Alabama and
'El I Reading the Valley Gazette for three ing exhibitions of the products and industries opened on Tuesday night, which was done, and the following were read The boat will make three tnps in the Mississippi-and even In Pens cola.

c. months will awaken interest in our of the county at any domesticor by the clerk, resulting in the award being made to the Citizens Bank of morning leaving Capt. Johnson's wharf Think of itt I A snow flurry' In the north

f 'v town and county in the breast of every foreign expositions; to prepare, print at 8, 9:30 and 11 o'clock, and leave the I we.tem'part of this state in April.
L. & of Jacksonville the State
C. Co. ,
Bagwell although
d roan in the North and West whose and circulate advertising matter"" relating Kissimmee'and island on the return tripe, at 2, 3:30. and Such a condition does not linger in the /j'

,,f name is placed on the Commissioners' to soil climate products, processesand Bank of Kissimmee that old and reliable, institution'was the second 5 i o'clock: p. m. nrlemory of the oldest Inhabitant

subscription l list. possibilities of the county, and to bidder The following committees were appointed Down here in the Klssfmmee Valleyit
highest
I" The letters follow. prepare copy and cuts to advertise the : was real chilly\ for several days, but

.. r county in local or other papers and periodicals Citizens Bank of Kissimmee and C. L Bagwell & Co. of Jacksonville Committee on Securing Place and not cold enough for a fire and soon .we j

Oak Harbor Ohio. April Itth 1910. ; to subscribe for local papersto par-and premium of $1-.750, and to furnish blank bonds free of Transportation A. Carson, Chair- were enjoying our regular summer'

Editor Valley Gazette. circulate among prospective settlers, man; J. M. Lee O. F. Parker. weather of warm sunshiny days and .
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, s Dear Sir-Enclosed find fifty cents, for the purpose of encouraging immigration charge. _. Committee on Preparation of Grounds deliciously cool night, ;

for which please date my subscription and increasing trade in the' Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville and State Bank of Kissim-, J. M. Hansel Chairman; M. Coener, Not a fruit tree flower or vegetablewas

to paper six months ahgad. products of the State of Florida; provided i 3ffle Bandy Albert Bearden Harry in the least degree injured. No
your and accrued interest to date of delivery and of
When 1 first subscribed for your pa- the totattax levies for such purposes : mee. par premium Dale C. L. Alvey J. L. Overstreet replanting of crops in this section; no

.' ptr I fully expected to be in your midst in any one year shall not exceed $1,611.73. J. R. Gilbert, Jr.. Dr. Hankins, Stanley -. bemoaning the loss of fruits and flow
fortune two cents on each one hundred dollarsof Bullock. ere. While old Boreas was playing tag .
!, before its expiration but New First National Bank of Columbus, Ohio par and accrued interest .'
proved otherwise. I visited your city taxable property in the county, ac The boat will take this committeeover ; with the country In general, by nature's t'aid
L date to date of delivery and premium of $1,085 and furnish
from a -
: \ttnd vicinity! during the past winter and on Thursday morning May 12. in giving us a balmy climate we

I I. ..J:;:I r was delighted with it and the' surrounfl; UNCONSTITUTIONALThe blank bonds.S. Committee on Coffee, Ice Water and had bur fingers crossed and It never
visiting : is Lemonade-H. N. Brat ton, Chairman touched us.
a ing country, and 1 believe a person A. Keen & Co. of Chicago $102 or $40.860 and i interest, less ;
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there once will never be satisfied J. L. Beaman J. W. Miller. As far u climate I I. concerned, no

r until he returns, and I expect before I an allowance of $850 for blank bonds attorney's fees_ and other expenses This committee will provide barrels, section can boast of any that is naturally '

my subscription expires to move my fish Law Knocked Out By of sale. kettles and all vessels necessary, and more pleasant Our cold spells,

family somewhere in the vicinity of Judge Wall take. charge on the graunds. I such as we really notice, come only after -
Woodin, McNear & Moore of Chicago, par and interest to date of The
Kissimmee to make our future home. following committee of young, they have raged with great severity
p.
;; Respectfully, The following article is taken from delivery and a premium of $894.40 and furnish blank bonds. ladies was appointed to assist In make 1 in the states north of us, and, by the '

C. H. NELSON. the Tampa Tribune: ing and serving lemonade: Miss Eloise time they reach here they have modl- -

'Considerable comment has been g Moon. Chairman; Misses. Carrie Spier, ''I fled to such a decree until no damag .
j. caused in a number of counties by arrests Ethel Wilder Kate Q'Berry, Louise I Is ever done. '
1910.
Kan April 27th. Brick _
Kfosimmee Horton'Valley Gazette., , fur the violation of fishing laws, Handsome Buildings Hamilton 'Estelle Overstreet' Alma\]' Situated as we'' are about\ half way f

r :: enclosed find list of names and their release l/y the courts. Judge , ffi Hff...11,1.. ; ? Griffin, Mildred'Lee! , Lucy Clarkson 1 between th** Atlantic ocean and the
Sir' 'Again .
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., in the Wall declares the fishing law 'unconstitutional Bessie!" MoseleyMargojry Bearden, Ruth Gulf of Mexico and in the,midst of a w.

.. .; of South persons and in who Florida are, and interested who said they and'explains -the -rea.ona- in Wjll!:Soon Be Constructed;: in._ tbeBurnt' District, Butler Mansie Prather. Grace Nelson ';'chain of lakes some of which might '

would be pleased to read your paper aa the following card: on Broadway, to Replace- :Chose Recently De- Essie Winn Lillie Parter. Susie Dale truthfully be called inland seas, on account '
"To the Editor bf the TribuneWillyou Rhea Pherigo Adaline Donegan, Jeanette -] of their -
would probably live in Florida in stroyed By Fire. sire we are practically
they
distant future. These parties kindly give me the use of a small I Lewis Dorothy Best. immune from any damage or suffering
far
the not
had the pleasure to speak to space in your columns for the information I, Committee on Swings\ W. R. Toner, caused by cold weather. A view of

I haVe Kissimmee and Florida in of the people of Polk county in re- It is an old saying that mifortunes parties owning this property.had the I I Chairman; Venner Ellis, Albert Parker, our yards, where can now be Been in,, I

concerning acquainted gard to the fish law of 1909 as I am 'often prove blessings in disguise and best interests of the town at heart, but Guy Gardner. Earl Minx. bloom carnation, roses, pansies, violets -
I personally I
general. and am I know they have their advised that some of them do not un- that idea seems to have been substantiated would also show that they possessed a This committee will secure the necessary and.other flower too numerous to"

with them out for somewhere.I derstand my reasons for declaring' the as far as the welfare our sagacity in keeping with the progress of ropes, and arrange the swings mention,'or an examination of our garv y

weather eye of soil of the land adjoining act unconstitutional? town is concerned, when a short time J our city. on the morning of the picnic. dens showing their gnat wealth of'

have and samples in Kissimmee, and have i Section 20 of Article 3 of the State since, the devouring flames completely I Kissimmee is no longer in the village Social Committee-Mr'*. N. fc. Car- celery; cabbages, baste Irish potato,

/ them to doubting Thom- Constitution prohibits the legislaturefrom consumed several business houses on class: and ground values have becomeentirely'too son, chairman; Mesdame Bert Bryan beans, lettuce, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers

shown and all many conceded it wa* the passing special or local laws in a the main street, for it has been deter- I high for valuable lots to Prentis. C;. J. Woodall F. C. Bryan C. and corn.... I* sufficient: to eon-'
: they.
ases, ", number of specified cases among them the of the to be covered with unsightly and non-re- K.: '
. _,_: finest looking st df they had ever seen. mined by owners property I Jones J. W. Miller. Bandy. Me vine the moat skeptical'that tw. Wen t;
'... I have talked Kissimmee so persistently ,''for the punishment of crimes and mis erect handsome brick buildings in the munerative buildings which are neither Shatter, Dr. Winn, Pfann, J. R. Gil not sv.n slightly touched by,'' the cold,

so convincingly that demeanors." Had the legllliature'paaa- place of the old wooden shack that an attraction to the town nor a source bert, Jr., Clay Johnson, E. P. Dann and this la the safest and most pro tabl.'-

"'1 friends and thought have come to'the conclusion ed an act making it a penal offense to were burned aa soon a* the plan. and I I of adequate income to their owners. Bullock, Vf m. Lewis, Porter, Stanford, place In 'the country for track garden*

my must be the truth more catch fish for sale in any of the .treams specifications can be'made and the.con A. W. Winn, Miss Mabel Parker and ng, and for a home. "
that I telling ,
or lakes of the states and had there only tracts let. In fact, Mr. W C. Bass Hiss L. Donegan.This .
, wife to ,If then wen
when I have not thousand
my othiyr
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in statements.I been ona such stream or lake, and i ha already commenced the erection of.I Is Sent Complimentary.I committee will see that .very- tesson..vhy citizen of the KUslmm,
back me my
up i -
that One in Polk county, the law would brick his property, and body has time.
a one-story on receiving this a good I
have Been a goodly portion of the I paper Valley hooJd prefer It to any other
have been all right, but when they at- the others will no doubt commence to who not subscribersmust The general committee trusts that
United States, but have not seen any are regular pot In which to reside, they are bound ;
tempted to make it a crime to catch fish build in the near future. I not think that it is I the intention every attending the will
yery
. thing that not Only did not look as good person picnic to experience a feellng\of 'satisfaction' '-
in any of the streams or lakes of Polk The building now being erected by the to later show his appreciation to Mr. F. Vans
of publishers when after '
the
nor wa* any of it u good as country I reading In,;thepapn.ff'if', :
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.... around Kissimmee.I county they ran counter to the coaatitu- Mr. Bass, will cost about $2,000. I demand of them the subscription Agnew, who so generously placed his the blizzard that are attacking .our f.
,. tional inhibition, and had I upheliVrfie The other owner of the property it is mailed them island at his disposal
and my wife have fully decided to I II Ij price aa to complimentary by using every less fortunate eountrymentwbo live hianoth.r
act, the Supreme Court would have'revel1led Messrs. J. W. Miller D. Rotundo and by our Board of Coun- precaution to prevent Injury to grounds
I move to Kissimmee as soon as we can latitude, they can,gaz* oat: on, /
'' and I also my decision In fact the Supreme John Beaman. will erect two-story ty Commissioners for the purpose and growing crops. their i
*r' dispose of'our interests here, yards, redolent with the, perfura
, r Court has within the past three brick buildings which will cost approx- of them with the Everybody is cordially invited whether
? expect to bring somebody else along acquainting of flowers, or witness, just beyond.the
,
. i months, knocked out the Marion county imately t3,600 apiece. and a member of a Sunday school not.Bring .
f when I do and many advantages opportunities or garden repletewtth.
: with me come persons new vegetables.If ..
game law on the same ground. At the add to
will greatly
These structures this town and offer basket and have
a good
county your
too, that will make good respectable, all the people of this great country'only
fi4..e next session of the legislature it is my the appearance of the town and in all the homeseeker. The will time.
paper realized the
c\ I p lawabiding citizens. intention to recommend, through the show that the vast superiority: : ,
time will a
probability, be mailed for few weeks to '
a
any Kissimmee's climate 1'
.t than toj"read
I am more pleased yourS over any other
attorney-general: a general law to protect to those1 whose Meeting of Woman's LeagueA
fire was a blessing even person whose name is given us,
_. section coupled with
paper. streams the great possibilities
,
fresh water lake. and
our rental
wa. the
'ji Watch me keep on talking Kissimmee property destroyed, as and if they should desire to re- delightful informal meeting of the ofthe- soil.--what- wonderful- ... .-
from such and I take the
depredation will be
' ,4 'i' and watch Kissimmee grow. value of the new buildings so ceive it regularly thereafter we local chapter of the American Wo an'a place this I* for a bom, where one can
of suggesting to the voters of
Yours truly liberty much greater than the old ones. would be glad to put them on our League was held on the league lot live amid the unshine and the }lowers *
that they demand
county a pledge Gazette'conjtratulatell
GUY HARMAN.. your The Valley subscription list at the regular where the chapter house is now being the wisteria and morning glory vine
from their senators and representatives, these gentlemen on their enterpriseand rates-$1 per year, 50 cents for constructed. The contractor. Mr. Kelley climbing over the porch while the
not only to vote but to work for the who gen. 1
: TO ADVERTISE fLORIDA passage of such an act; otherwise in a has watched public spirit the marvelous though anyone growth of sic:! months: very thoughtfully constructed some tie zephyr, laden with the seem of the .
-I benches for the ladies' '
l The balsam 6
use. special pine, play sweet symohoale
i there will be fish *
few more no could
years Kissimmee during the past year, - - --
business of the meeting was the election among the tree, there would be a rushto
.I I. A Proposed Bill to Levy a Tax of left in our beautiful lakes. have easily foretold that property so HOW WE DO GROW of an'alternate delegate to the this section unprecedented among
Respectfully, located could not long re- i
splendidly '
first national convention, to be held the migration
L Two Cents $100. of the world.
'-i - collie J.-B. WALL. main in an unimproved condition. _
June 8-11. at Mo. also And the
University City. exodus ha started.
The following proposed bill to be With the two brick bank buildings just Additional Lock Boxes Already ;H
presented Eighty-One
1 I Nearly Completed. the nomination of a State Regent to Vast number* of people. tired of dwelling
to the next legislature was sent across the street, when these handsomenew <* i iI ic
Placed: in the Postoffice. be passed upon by the convention. Mrs. amid the neon of the North are "
;, 'ua by Mr Willis B: Powell, secretary The walls are about completed for ones are completed it will give H. C: Stanford was elected alternate preparing to move to a pore 'congenial,

of the Tampa Board of Trade. One of the new Makinson garage which will Broadway more of a city appearance. The business of the postoffiee in Kissimmee and Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson wa nomI- Climate. 'r..'

; i the main feature of this bill that of be ready for occupancy as soon. the i It seem to us it would be the part of baa increased to such an extent nated
regent.* They can find no better in which
; V th* County Commissioner subscribing roof can be put on. We understand it ,wisdom and would show great public that: Postmaster Van Agnew has been to make pot
1 p for copies of the local paper and distributing has been leased by the_ Southern Colonization spirit on the part of those most Interested forced to install eighty-one additional Rev. Bunyan Stephen left Thursdayto their new borne, no climate ot 1

{ them throughout the North Company which now has seven if the remaining frame structure I lock boxes to meet the demand of our attend the Southern Baptist Convention more delightful no soil more productive -

and West, has been practiced for nearly automobiles and contemplates adding on this block should be tom down and, people. Only a few month ago two which meet in Bait+more aliancsthere Md. the ,Klsaimmee no people more hospitable' than In.
1118. On account of his Valley.
J l two yean by thtt Commissioners of this more this fall to facilitate transportation new brick or concrete building erectedin hundred boxes were added to the equipment May will be no preaching service aR r,I.' "

t county, and baa done more to build up between this city and their lands their place. still the increase in"the number the Baptist church the next two Sunday r; m.. to Mr. and Mr. J. 1:..\ .

t and make populous and prosperous this I which lie about sixty mile south. TItle would not only prove that ,the t of new settler In our town this spring *. ** April 26. a on., d f ;
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ELIAS W. SHANIBARGER I senioi's', with a sunset' 'ride to Lake HOMEMADE' FEED BOX.A The :family that' eats.
Bradford- Dr.:Tucker nd"Mist Harris ;

two THINGS YOU SHOULD TAKE -- acting: as. chaperones.. TTha. wagons G.*.. 8u9..t!.i> by HorscmatrFerSaving '

Dpth of. the. Well Known Proprietor crowded with forty jolly girls; left at 8pao In Barn.AM . A. plenty'ofQuaker t
five, arriving at the lake t "- time space- on the ground floor of

I TODAY of.f Bearshead. "' Farm. :' .to watch the sun slowly sink into'a mass many hors barns Is very often..limit.d .- 'Oats

.. : ADVANTAGE OF Orlando, April 29.-Elias W Shani- of blue clouds; as the'' last reflections ,' it Is more than likely'that farmers

barger of Orlando and Pine Cattle, the were facing from the waters, the girls are nxtoui lo learn of any rlce''that' -0. ... f

I. ""'" well known' proprietor; of Bearshead I w'ere summoned to'a.tempting Ibncb of win tend to enlarge It without any:.additional is'a healthy Drugged .

M open an account in Our Savings Depart farm, died here, aged 64 yean 9month*, l sandwiches' egg, pickles, cake, candy, expense.: 'A. prominent-'- horseman *, :

ment In which we pay 4 per cmit. and 6 days. lie was a victim of cancer and 'sherbet. Spoons tied with the suggests an Inexpensive* fixture family. .e

.4 of the fa.ce of seven years' duration.' colors of the entertaining class-. wars that ts useful the year round. .

t---, ...... , ,1. And rent a Safe Deposit 10" our Vault .: Temporary Interment was made Ip':Conl .souvenirs of the occasion. Build a large oat bin ID| the loft of The most popular t4hyt

"hlch'ls charged with electricity and "way,cemetery ,v ,.X' Prof. Arthur Williams, I instructor' in the barn. Then tin it carefully to keep .
.. '-' blatory,.apent Saturday and Sunday in ant mice. Connect a"pl.aoiHd Iron food in the 'world '
,,- ... 1s absolutely burglar proof. .i 'The subject!) this sketch was born Gretria., .leader pipe to 'the bottom of it 8114THII most "s

. near Mansfield, Ohio, in 1845. After Tle basket ball season is over and a cause >it t does +1, 1 1II
DO IT TODAY returning ftp'm the war, he entered trophy has been presented to the Crescent '

i1 ,, Wittenberg college, at Springfield, that team, .as having won two Out of and costs least. \ji II .
state, from which institution he graduated three match games. Mis.Frances Bi-l-. ....

in '7-1 or '72. Still later on, taking cher in captain of the winning team. Facked"la regular ,I.. ...,k..... sad la a*.. .,
II..for hot. all....*. tbSu.BuLoc '
: Citizens Bank 'of \ 'Kissimmee a course in theoiogy..t that seat of Miss Edith Smoke has been enjoying in.ticdtys.al" ,

learning, and thence engaged in the a visit from her mother.. for the past
ministry for a couple of years Hi tbe week.
, ARTHUR E. DeNEOAN, RESIDIINT denomination English Lutheran.In Rbv. Patterson addressed the students -

I. W. H.. NORTON CAslnR.i respect to horticultural proclivities ih chapel Friday morning, on the

- ,, __ J while yet in the army he cent home "Modern Woman.': .He is.a humorous i Cl'i'i
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i I money to l+lant.- an orchard of apple and entertaining speaker.

__ ... _.__- ___- --." '-<_ __ _n. __ .. trees, this orchard later on. assuming On'last Monday evening, the juniors w REAL ESTATEaNNNN.NN
l >iz<- an area of nearly twenty acres, including entertained at their annual "prom," to 1 1I.
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WHAT IT MEANS : the finest peaches the market. At mark of honor. After the young men -
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. that early period BeveraLaurnmers were arrived the with I.
couples were matched
i Many" I.ouplo d. not know what n"ok'o e"!>.....I..le for. or the difference h.- i I I
iweon' a bank or IIttio or no t..ltal and one with a largo oaltI..1. . likewise voted to the raising of nut- little colored lanterns. Progressive Examination of Titles a '
-- A i\NK'I! CA l'ITAr. AND SUR.PI.l1l R meg melons, now supposably canta- conversation wan the most important ,
: .Is. 1ba and uat protests. Lhll"'."Botto'" from 10.. thor roro the larger H. I..e : loupes. Some time was also devoted to feature. The parlor was beautifully .J
lrJ'f'ft'or prolectloo the d"p..tlorN bRVuu, rld hank hN R ,. Specialty. .
: Capltalol' .. ".0.011(1( 00 : the manufacture of cidei-vincgar, em- decorated with' Japanese ornamentsand ,
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Hurplue fund or .. I 15,1100 00 + ploying advanced ot'Vcrdentifie methodsfor the colors of the junior clans. Therefreshments .
__ i "tockh ld..re.II"blltt]" .50,000 a1 Solicited.
a
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Correspondence
rapid evaporation. consisted of a salad course
y = A total of 1115,1gbe 01.1 : i, In 1893 he traded for a half section with i ices. i f
9 = Tbl. means that we must 1"0 'II '.'iwatal( Moore obr "rpnsltou "Id to... : /
/ i ..oL. 1'bl. pmteo'ioo I. for you;. : 1 I of land near Pine Castle, this state, andon Dr. Conradi was in Lake City a short t I I

I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE called which the was Bear located Head marsh.what the Bringingwith natives time last to week the .graduating'where he class delivered of theHigh anakdr..s FLORIDA REAL [ESTATE fOR SAL!


; -#S- I -:at or14ISSIMMa ,-F... ..,o... ,. hjm.aJUjfrit level: and after. a ..series School. : SPACE 8AVIXO rasp aoL I Beautiful winter home sites situated I (
i e of testing and experiments, he decided The college plays given by the girls !
C. A. CARtON ,' this down
L, Pre.ldeu Vlc..P..ldeDt CulolM that at least a portion of it could have been a great nucceas. Thty were bring to a_ place near Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor

................................................................ bo drained and! somewhat rapidly re rendered both at Tallahassee and Quin- stably door where a box should be small tracts I
claimed. To this tank he set to work, cey, with a crowded house each time. nailed up with a corner on It. It
securing by his side one later should be constructed no that the cover CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY
year an The memorial service held in the college -

Ii rB :-i addition, from Ohio, of several Individ- chapel Sunday afternoon, April 24, can be opened, but not so that.It List your property with me for quick
i & Pt will slay The rmta will !flow .
a95 uals of parts from the same household, at five o'clock was a beautiful and open. salm. I
.down and partly fill the box and stop
till there was a force of six laborers, awe-inspiring occasion. Dr. Tucker delivered -
when the bottom of the chute Is
covered.
D..l.rsia besides (of the women folks)one or two a eulogy on Dr. Boudurant, < H. M. BREAKER :
It Is easy for the busy teamsterto
FANCY. GROCERIES good conks. This force, aided by two and Mr. Williams oneion Mrs. Reynolds dip out what h<. desires to feed Ho 17K KISSiMMKK.! FLA. '

i yoke of oxen) two horses plow the late lady principal whom the This chute will conduct oats, wheat ..

('r. etc., he steadily guided "crap-j irifls loved no much. barley or any whole grain, but doc,
'
GRAIN AND We solicit part of your trade $ years, or more, till there opened before The girls are enjoy ''- many picnicsnow with ground feed. : I.

FEED OF $ Country Produce $ him some three miles of ditches large to the lakes, and hillH. ,To put up the leader I Is H quirk mnl, Osceola County

$ Hides and Furs $ and small, above ground and under Mist Maggie Baisdon was called! to easy Jot\, for three Inch leader comer

i ALL KINDS $ Bought.and Sold'KISSIMMEB $ ground, one of which (of the former) her home in Live Oak hy a telegram in two foot lengths that nra Just right Abstract
assuming for a half mile or more somewhat from her father. and the eltjows are made with tight Company
Phone 61 $ but movable"Joint that h'-! hinted -
''t -- the, (proportions of a canal. may
The curriculum of the State Ollegefor lu direction permitllii I the
%W 'N'Va-'K ,-KK1 -w xv x yvv'a'N'NNZW.&W.BAS $ After various attempts at growing any *
Women and the University of Florida worker to follow around a 1 pdst If necessary.
i! ---= truck (contending with sour land) and .
----- \ that sufficient of I is now practically the name; three As the Joints. fit lightly together -. G. P. GARR ETT. Manacor. .
[t* finding depth "sweetness" I years :from now it in 'dpci t'fi.) that no soldering is ueetlcd. :.
of soil was at hand for the I {
gradual from I the high schools shallenter r
growth of fine plants, that trade I
sprang
Troshman instead of A
I year sophomore. WORD FOR THE MULE. I Heal estateTitles.
into existence. And when there I
occur- A. STUDENT. examined and reported on
red seasons (owing to unusual floods)) I Easy and Cheap to Raise. and Bringsa Tahoe; paid for noif-residents '.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS of more or less of failure on all these ; To the HomeseekerOticeola Good Prio. Instruments relating to real estate I F

rr. lines because of there being still lack i A prominent breeder who hAS experimental carefully drawnCorrespondeneel .

r. Wood Brick of adequate drainage and outlet, there county Florida, offers op with mules says. Solicited.Bargains.
or Stone wa added to the foregoing the plant portunities and advantages, which: .if Any roan" who has enough land of

+ ing of bananas, till at the present time improved and intelligently used, will the kind to make grass will In almost

there is standing an area of probably produce fortunes for thousands of people any state now find mule raining very

three and one-half acres of what the who are being deprived of these profitable if he will get the right ort

GUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION. "Packer man" would probably denomi- blessings and comforts, which are their I of mare and keep the colts growing ._ . i

------- . nate scene in that line perhaps une- birthright in this splendid. land of nat I right along till they make the. necessary -
::.... qualed in the state. ural resources': : alze.The .
.in. all kinds of.,Real ,Estate.
: Klssiitimee, Florida In some sense too, the Bearshead In agricultural advantages, this part tnaren must' \>G of good size. Fire and Lift Insurance and..( a
/., i farm has thus in these years served.for otFloridasurpasses'every other state The mule will ,be sure <" wet hilt IIlze'
Armour's"Fertilizers.Rent-
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".- the locality a material agricultural from.Sunrise's Rock Bound Coast toSunset's from his dam, and;It l II fi\ kojjt growIng int.and Collecting Rents a -
training school, where a considerable Golden Shore, and from the right along he tvlll I I'O good for R for
Taxes
number of men, and even of boys, have Great Lakes of the north to the Gulf fair price as a twoyeiir-nld. and for a Specialty. paid
better at three. And yet the cost Non-residents
come to know and be familiar with nitrate on the south. Its. soil will produce a one
Pic-Nic Hammocks will not be more than that of a sheer
of soda and potash and "die- : greater variety of crops, and more of the same age. MEEK
back, etc., looking to the successful money can be made from small acreageby Feeding la another Important factor R. O.

issues of farm life in Florida. ., intensive farming, than anywhereelse to mule ral lng. Either corn or oats

A strong serviceable Hara- He leaves a brother, a half-brother ., in the United States. are good feed to use with alfalfa bay. KiHsimmee. Pla.

two sisters i a wife, two daughters anda People are learning to farm on lines They will fire better results If used -
A SPECIAL mock:; good quality canvas son to mourn his loss, the latter of t I: nature intended. There are tewer obstacles together than If either one Is fed alone.
If the mules do not seem to eat as '.
well made very comfortable; whom, though realizing the scope of to overcome, and greater possibility I4"
1i"Ui mix shelled corn
much : "Should
the father's researches and interests, ri7..7. .1
-
1 ) each Hammock put up in an has consented to do as best he can to of success. and oats, equal parts by weight, and .
The opportunities for safe and profitable grind them. Feed only a little ground
Individual bag of same mater- continue the work. feed at lint and gradually Increase It -
investment are numerous, with Real Estate Agency.NNNNNNNwNNaN
PRICE: t1 Kn lal as hammock. JACOB SHANIBAKCER, much larger return than in the North. as they get accustomed to the chance. I i
The Surviving Brother. Some of the mules may not eat anymore /
., .
IUU I The poor man, while working to pay
,: indispensable on Hunting - - -- - of tbe ground feed than of the
a. for his home, enjoys fine truiu, flowers but what th Realty bought and sold. !
whole corn and oats, y
trips Cruises Camping Parties COLLEGE NOTES trees and shrubs and due Houses rented.
reap returns do sat will do them more good.A .
v ,I' and PIc-nies. for honest toil. He ha no long, little blackstrap molasses mixed Taxes paid and Titles verIfied -

I Interesting News Items From the cold winter to make provision for, but with the grain would make It more I for non-residents..
1 Mall Orders solicited and carefully filled. live in the perpetual sunshine of Flbr- palatable after they once become used Fire, Life and Accident In- .,
State College for WomenThe I ida, the land, of great promise and to It, Increasing the consumption of surance. w t
Send money and order direct to ns.Eichelberger making faster
feed and consequently Bonds.
Indemnity
Misses Cline left Monday: to attend greater performances.We 1I .J

i the grand opera in Atlanta. invite the honest toiler lo this rains. _ _ _ _ '-e' 'W'_

-rtlM Work'on the new academic buildingis I garden spot of the earth, and extend

progressing rapidly, and it will be the hand of welcome to people of sterling -
ready for occupation next term. When : worth. I THE DAIRYMAN I Iaargett.d

& f Gray Co. finished, it is said that this buildingwill Stay net on the sterile hillside, pull- W. I IRK IIIIZOR4/

be one of the most complete of its ing roots and picking atone Seek this Milk .
kind in the South. The library will land of milk and honey. Leave the Dangerous.Gargetted
r form"an i important feature ot it. hillsides to the drones. j milk,. cagsed by garget. '
SOUTH FLORIDA'SLARGEST I which la a diseased and Inflamed condition "
y Mr. Fletcher with his have brawn and
spent Sunday We room for brain of the'cow's udder, cause) ore
L. HOUSE FURNISHERS sister Clara. and energy galore, I throat, scarlet fever and cholera.Dona "
Examinations are on their to the And thousands Rial'
way though now are cunning Estate
'
'' 1101 franklin Street Tampa florida college for women, and with them a we have room for thousands more. I Color the Butter. \
milk and 1
J J A cow that give rich *
new revival of learning. Some of the We have for sale at bargain prices, I' kept In good condition will produce abutter

.girls have already donned their "think on favorable terms of payment that does not need coloring

ing rap," and are preparing for the I Fine orange groves, both largo aid matter at all.
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... inevitable struggle. small.
KISSI.n.HEE FLORIDAJ.
To Make Butter Firm.
The vesper service last Sunday, was Splendid stock farms, well located
t' A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF the last for the term. A beautiful that are money makers. firm If after try leaving churning It In the the butter buttermilk Is not a J .; -

feature of the program was a cantataby Excellent vegetable farms, with rich, :
few hour This! often makes a wonderful -
!. Office Furniture and FixturesSTATIONERY. the girls of the Vesper Choir. These fertile soil and good artesian wells. l change. W. THOMPSON

services have,been very impressive and We control some fine colonization Cleanliness Valuable.

BLANK inspiring to the girl proposition, with good railroad advan-
BOOKS.
of
Clean milk cannot come out, a J
Mr. Pickett is visiting his daughter, tages and beautiful lake fronts. /
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES El c. dirty cow or from a filthy stable nor a Fg
Ely who i is to receive her certificate in We invite correspondence, and will can food cream be obtained where

vocal this term. give reliable information to anyone, there* are bad odor or dusty bay. FUNERAL DIRECTOR f
VERTICAL FILING DEVICES
Tbe students show much enthusiasm free of ofd
charge.NELSON Handle the Young Cow Gently.
.% MOST MODERN in the Y. W. C. A. work; over two REALTY CO
Deal gently with the young cowwhen L1CENSK EMBALMEK
hundred of the .
girls have joined this ------ - --
breaking her In to be milked.
1t #1 I hare inaugurated a Mail Order Department, perfect i ia detail-you CM term, and there are two pledged missionaries. Photography.I Talk kindly to her before yon begin.

hop with me by nail with the same assurance of fair treatment as you Rev. Fletcher, of Tallahassee am prepared to make photograph Rub her sides .softly and hare her

,would ,.cor* by persona purchase.B. has consented to make the annual of all kinds at my stodio located just feel that the milking process make )

I address during commencement, to th9 her more comfortable.Calf .
above the Midland Ry., on Broadway
Oppo.iteCourthouseKIaelMMEA ,
R. BECKWITH 410 FRANKLIN STREET students of the association. make outside Should B. .
e or will go anywhere to Taught Early.
:TAMPA. FLA. I Qn last Saturday evening, from lye view, Prieea reasonable.J. Teach the calf to drink milk free I I .
''t, i. to eight, the sophmorea entertained the A. LANCASTER. the drat day. It wfll be Impossible for I I : FLoIUDAI

It to lean *o easily later os. I 0
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t ,Among the chief causes that produce
You ta : ,
I can comet The
mentally deficient or backward children Waters &
t 4 FOR CHILDREN may be named fatigue or chronic Carson:

ISSIMMEE' : exhaustion, malnutrition or starvation ,
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'toxemia: adenoids, nervousness,, defeottve .. '

ZKANSAr,6CITY -..- *jOr. futon ,or hearing. Tet It is remarkable Grocery.Company':
>r 1. -=-- FROM .that some of these defects. ,.

Wheeler Dries Medical 80 seriously Interfering with the chlld'i ; .
chance' of -normal education, art i aWbeleaale Retail' W-
: : ,J I and Dealers) in- -, \ y
hOOIs.I easily corrected! at the outset. '
. Inspection l of $ 1 .
the
Again medical inspection means
j GROCERIES
h AND I\ETURN' FOR : : I
sorting out of children 110 that they, r
; W. $3O.OO and spend.25 days / hall -fall into lines of school work t..
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A CUSS ROOMS ,UNHEALTHFUL which shall mean their best development . ,.
. : / It ... however a well known. WE SELL'
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1 Lon-g enough. time i'vestigate. the best i. 1' fact that Just those children who are 1& WE BUY _,

\\1, i Bargains In 5-A ere Tracts, ,Town Lots : ,{ 'Th.y Ar. 'Pearly LI. t.d and, H..t.d.I' most mental handicapped'defects the by physical who- and HAY. y.
'it are one are t
'I In HIDES:
and the
Country Property Badly \UntlUted and Seldom most sensitive when these defect are .
state for sale by ..t d-Madlosf Prs f_sln Must Take i discovered. GRAIN . FURS ,

the Initiative In the Ca...., H. ".yo. Lack of time religious desire to d< FERTILIZERS 4

L : : W. S. ALA; : Tsehs. Must .o.m. "'....it.d. his beat by the greatest nunjber of pu- I I '. A WOOL
t pUs, overburdening and eX'. _,demands SHINGLES '. u
In a'" aper read before, the Black on the teacher. Ignorance as to .
OFFICE IN PARK HOTEL, KISSIMMEE FLOIDA : AND !
1r 1 Oil District Medical Ocl -SIt Hot ORANGE BOXES .
.e t" the actual state of the child's health, _

1 ................... I rings* a,strong 8. D.,appeal Dr. R.for M.the wheelermad medical, are children some of the have reasons been objects why jess of.capable derlloo -- ; ORANGE; WRAPS - ALL . .

i //Inspection of i schools and -urged that ( neglect and discouragement on VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE r ,
the part of the Ipacher Into whose .
the DOTS be made nation wide and ....
hands have' fallen. CRATE NAILS -
started Immediately. Dr. Wheeler said they ; .
: '1 New Meat Market In :part: Here we' cfrarly seethe necessity "- .
of dolug our duty by tbe backward -
Tbe sacred duty of tae medical pro child. so thut he shall be able to .become We sell Yield and garden seeds or all kinds. '. +, ,

---. . New York Avenue, Opposite the Bank. feaalon Ub' In alleviating physical and a useful citizen.. Yet many abnormal We give special attention to fittilleout hunting and camping '
'. .' mental suffering and In bettering tbetype or defective children have either parties.. .'

First-class Meat Cutter in Attendance. Beef. of Ole human race. If, then this \olunlarlly left or Cave been Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.

Fresh\ Pork and Mutton Always on Hand. If In part the province of the phyalclan' withdrawn from school on account of We are county'agents for good ferti1lzsrs. Ask us for circular
tbe disheartening attitude of the teacher -
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work, the enormity of his re and prices on fertilizers. _, .
or on .account of environment ,
ponalbllKles In this particular cannot
ANY PART OF CITY. where they were fast losing the small
MEAT DELIVER>D'.TO fall to Impress! him. ,.
i amount of self respect and self confidence a01OgOl10NOgOgOqOt>aiOg Or fO 10tiOteOhOgQti01e0t OQOOOOc ,r
The debt which state or uatluu
,
every which and have
they possessed C. 6i
ST. CLOUl) A. CARSON J. A. NA rOA17' LUPJ'D.
/ PADGETT & TINDALL owes every newborn child Is a course been returned to homos Where parents P..nt.. Via-President.. 8. L.
FLOMlOA of systematic training'which ball eu have not becu sulUclently tolerant of S..retey

able him to make the greatest possibleuse or sympathetic with their incapacities t
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aud -defects, and they have consequently
- ', of his Individual powers, thereby
t' POSE AS A CAPITALISTFor ultimately making him an Infinitely been forced out Into tbe KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. '

ONE. DOLLAR we will send you three handsomely lithographed but small yet Incalculably valuable factorIn world utterly untrained and undeveloped .
stock which fill out yourself for amount, and in some of the powers which
worthless, certificates you can any : the development of the ntftlon as a
have lots of fun showing: to your friends as proof that you Jare ..wealt.hyhe e whole were only latent in them.
certificates appear to represent railway, gold mining and insnrance enterprises tight here should be emphasized- .
It but the mention of few
.and look just like the "real thing: but must not be used toj. realize money on. requires a that in,small town or country schools
ONE SAMLE FOR FIFTY CENTS welJLJtnown existing evils and condi- more attention 'should be given to the Rough and Dressed
Send two cent stamp for illustrated circular. tiona to prove conclusively that Immediate "personal element" In teaching ....blch. '
INDEPENDENT PRINTING COMPANIES WASHINGTON, D. C.H'IZES Improvement Is imperative
In other words, means Individual assistance.
- - Schoolrooms are poorly lighted, insufficiently In large cities there are always Pine Lumber..
heated, badly ventilated several If not many of tbe same
seldom fumigated general, school .
kind of physically and mentally constituted '
sanitation has only comparatively recently pupils who fall easily Into I

been made the subject of groups where they receive- Instruction ..I'

thought or study commensurate with their) progress and
HOUSE
School children are every day being ability, whereas In small schools tbe : BILLS A SPECIALTY) -

admitted Into school when they are lines of demarcation Into classes can- feooooooooooooooooooaoobn OOOOftOC r 1

either -entirely unfit or only partially not be so easily drawn on account of i .
This it an exclusive feature d f Regal Shoe., to which fit to gain any benefit from tbe course the small number of children In attendance I

l we want to call the attention of everybody in this town. of Instruction presented to them. Bud !the great diversity; of II .

t 1[ In addition to the uiual half and full size Regal come in Among the defects and diseases their ages.
the and which seem particularly pronouncedand In a small school a teacher must be-
one-quarter three-quarter size* In between. VERY LOW ROUND TRIP
prevalent among all classes) of come more impressed with the Individual RATES
i This give you just double the Dumber of school/ children may be mentioned visual needs of the (child and most ed ; ',

Jf'1> w fitting found in other shoes and means all the 1TREGiL aural and throat defects, mental ucators agree that tbe efficiency and
VIA
difference: between a near-fit and an exact fiL incapacity or backwardness, chorea I personal popularity\ of a. teacher
nervousness, curvature of the spine, : which latter, by tbe way Is a factorIn Atlantic .,
I anaemia diabetes, tuberculosis\ In its Instruction that cannot be too highly Coast Line

1 various forms, skin diseases, pediculo I estimated, are largely due to hi*
sis, malnutrition, headaches, indices'tlon ability to adjust his teachings so aa to
PAre cardiac: difficulties and deformi-! reach all pupils, notwithstanding' their I $29.55-WASHINGTON, D.C. and RETURN-May 16. 17. 18. .
ties, to say nothing of such contagious widely differing mentalities and Limit June lat. Extension to June 15th, fee $1.00'

diseases ali scarlet fever diphtheria health. 5).05-BALTIMORE.. MD.. and RETURNMay8.9.10.. Limit
measles and whooping cough which at To repeat, the medical professionby June 1st.$36.55A'rLANTIG. ,

Only Regal 8 times make tbe closing of entire : reason of its duty to humanity; and i CITY N. J.. and RETURN-May 16. 17. 18.
Made In #, schools necessary. by reason' of its scientific knowledgemust Limit June 5th. _

350 $400raTteXStzea Numerous teachers with dangerous take the Initiative In an attempt, $25.1o-NEW ORLEANS 1.&.. and RETURN
J May 14. 16. 16.
r, P,: fOur 500 or_uncertain health are employed. Fewf to establish medical Inspection to Limit May 23rd. .,
any teachers have knowledge of or. schools.As $3 5,46= '
Instruction In even the most rudimen- a final word may I not make the It May R1CHMOND 11... Va., and RETURN-Apr." ; 30. May.1, 2.' Urn-

*ry 'laws of hygiene and sanitation. appeal a personal one and say,Are we .
Parents are.Ignorant o'f the fundamental going to do It? "*.-,'.c $1J.30-ASHEVILLE. N. C.. and RETURN: y 2. 34, tl6,- ,?.. ."'
Latest MOdels .' 8.'9. 10. 11. Limit May 51. Bv
extension
In, rules which govern the physical \ : June 15th. fee $l.00tI.I. '
,
well being of their children.-Boards of MAKING SPOKANE' SPOTLESS $30.3G-CINCINNATTIOhio- and RETURN- ay"6, 9. '10, 11"' (
s education have little or no knowledge Limit May 22. Extension May 31, fee $1.00. .

REGM 'concerning the proper environment of Washington City Receiving Overhauling $14.16-AUGUSTA, Ga., and Return-Mriy 1. 2. 3. 4. Limit May SI..

Siloa O Oa children In tbe schoolroom by Men, Women and Children.A S't'OP O'V"EBS" ..A.A:..:r..o vv ,

It seems that by no other means can valuable movement for making FAST TRAINS THROUGH PULLMANS DINING' OARS,
the proper education of the child be so Spokane Wash., a city beautiful Is under /
afford<< you\ exclusive custom style as well ai perfect .custom fit i quickly arrived at as by a compulsory way and baa at the head former Y. R. For reservations! or inform ition-call 011 Ticket Agent or o '' ,
Our new Regal Oxfords are built on advance models designed by- system of medical Inspection. When Mayor G. Herbert Moore -now presi- BEAZLEY. T. P. A.. J. Q. KIRKLAND D. P. A.

celebrated New York London and Paris bootmakers for this eeaaon fl once medical inspection for schools dent of the One Hundred and Fifty TAMPA. FLA. I f\\

wear. Come in and try them on. shall have become established We shall Thousand club. He says that more
not need to fear for the degeneration than 50,000 men women and children .
of the human race. I took part the first four days of the x
C. W. DAN N THE BBHYSTONE GHBHGE
The general plan and scope of a ays-i cleaning. up JUUGjIIJE: .SIJ l

tern which appears entirely tangibleand The municipality took care of the

- practicable may hers be briefly business thoroughfares, the residentsAlTUNKBMPT &1
----" outlined: ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.FairbanksMorse ( is
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Fint.-ma.h: pupil should be ...&mlned. : "', '
as to his physical and mental condition aNT<< pc. I r
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.1 upon,flrst\ enrollment. In school and "ev- .....
val times subsequently by It.physician Gas .
appointed according to state laws.Second. Engines '
.-Oiv the drat few opening day : '? .
H. C.STANFORD' his physician sbould be In attendance. at and Irrigating Outfits. f'
the school and make s report as to each. .
., ehild condition which report should then. ,
be kept on record at the school .!
Third.-The above report should be used AUTOMOBILES RENTED
OR
'p In excluding" from school children' who are REPAIRED
physically unable to endure. the routineof
school lit. It should be used for singling '.
out those who are partially defective. ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTHRepair
'r & GO'S physically, as, for example. those ..utfsrlug .
from eye, ear or throat trouble that --- -- -- "" I ,
they may receive special consideration at
be hand of the teacher. It should b. We Solicit .
IS THE PLACE those who all Kinds
TO BUY used for determining are mentally Work+
so defective. aa to be absolutely. refused -
admittance Into school or so d.- \_ <18TBII&1'. =- -= .
ectlve as to be plared In a class\ by ::;:
; themselves where hey may not feel any devoting their energies to their owp 1
Dry Goods Shoes and Notions sense of shame or disgrace on account of lawns and back yards, -a180"a alBtlng :ooooooooooooooooo. .

L unfavorable. comparison others in beautifying the vacant Iou 4 t:
Fourth-The physician may reserve after -
In their blocks. Mayor
and grass plots
the term enrollment only certain daysor T
hours at his office whereat the discretion Nelson S. Pratt has get aside two days I'E. L. ';'..Ag
of the teacher children. mar be for bonfires, at which debrla not taken LESLEYcOMPANl

ROCK: CO,IE sent to him.for physician special should examination.Ftfih.Th. perform or t o the city itinerating, plant will' be .

confirm .all vaccination destroyed under the direction of the
1 i BOTTOM: : ro ANn fcUxth.: -Tbe physician to whom work hasbeen lire department : ST. CL.OUD.IFLORIDA .1
Intrusted should make) to the educational Pupils In tbe public schools are devoting -
PRICES: authorities a written report as to
SEE what be considers. the existing evils of several hours dally to planting .
the schoolroom and building and make trees and flower eeeds and setting THE NEW COLONY STORE
- -- to hew this of schoolanltatlon
---- --- -- -- -- uccestlons as part rees and shrub.
: may be unproved. Poor Hsrht- I
lag bad ventilation. defective plumbing This Is a grand example for townsr '
....n.-o- stairways. Insufficient. besting smaller towns' to follow' where the Staple and Fancy Groceries Shoes Gents"' ..
might all be considered matters which main streets leading from tbe rail ,
: 'JBE'PlD would. nom.within his sphere of supervlSeventh. -, road stations to the bean of their villages Fur> 1 inns, Kitchenware. 'Glass and ghina.'a '
uon :
EElt PLUJIIBIX G SOPS .-Bvery school phyalolan ee employed are In a'very sad condition. X ware at Lowest Prices., Confections Cigar' 4
should receive a fixed remun.rallon Let the natives get together and organic ,
for bis time and services. an improvement club sad give $ and Tobacco. Oils and Ga IIDe.

SITUATED AT A few additional remarks may now their respective towns a thoroughverbaullng tOt
be given as throwing light upon and and make It one to be Saves you money on everytWrnr :you want. See
KISSIMMEE ourJ.
AND[ ST CLOUD O foods before
is helping to solve tbe problem -of proud of Instead of one that to really buying elsewhere. ,/
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'-.. _. -- school b".ene.Tbe an eyesore to tbe state In which It Is o Money'sayed Is money made. Don't throw It

SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF THe'PUBLiCi overdemands made on both body ocated Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. It II strictly away.Fires -.'
and brain of even tbe youngest and 0 proof, Special prices. 0
\ 7 he More Trade the Bcller Accommodations We Can Supply"H. ; most delicate pupil Immediately upon An Enterprising Town. ,
eotranee I Into school cannot fall to Too enterprise of a town may be .! fO}
quickly bring about an overwrought gauged by the appearance of its I: S T'RICTLY I CASH :
EDMOND 8WABEV.. PROPRIETOR lensloD of the physical and mental streets Ra public buildings and it.I I ,
Functions ot. the child only to be >arka. OOOOOOOtQtOOOOOOOOOO rC ' J .

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'' :' TRITE AND TRUTHFUL and the-Klsslrjunee) Valley .""Gazette_ years, and has traveled. almost every. I '
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a rk The RHllee Valley , folding mac ln.1, These increased fa- part of the world, has put his twenty : : '

I' dlitie of our brethren mean better opportunities acre purchase under (ence ,and will at Hi' -

.t ., ryiBUBHED BTKBY nun 'I', t [BY OLD, PaOVERBL3An r : to .advertise. our fair.state; once develop .. \ ,

., Offics) in.Valley Gazette Building.K188UIafKB.O8CliOLACOUNlV.rLA. '. West Fort Meade Leader. The United States government sends Clark and Most t,,! :,

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18th fast, as w. w./ll then be struck by ST. Panama, who is waiting his discharge '
w. B. HARRIS editor ..a Prop'r.S. Halley's comet (the tale CLOUD. so he can begin operations in his Klseimmee ' :
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,l, J. TH1PLETT, Aaaoclate Editor- '--:=. .' ""' ' ' Gardens tract.Uncle Sam does 'i// :1.
=-1 The earth shall abide forever-Bible.' <; not', permit any of his employees,to Amaziog4Presvmvion.
RATES '
SUBSCRIPTION Interesting Items of ;
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, 'f One eopv.oM year.. >....*..'< "........... 00 ;1.-' e make investments or around Panama, : :
OM_..... most y,'., ...< q .. . . Iia Spend all the, time you can in pure Our: Correspondent .in the 'and' Mr. Brown 'says the men have .. "
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...-lj. _rsaDoodenta.must ba sla Md b* writer rIpen. In the darkness. Home of the Old Soldiers."Mothers'Day" _
number of his friends him
a near ,
w ...,..... matter will not b* returned,untnsaalladfor. '

G f, .' .. Candidates, like-race horses,..are 'selected when be tells them "of. .this' wonderfulland s '. U'as No Right to Question a Democrat. on Democratic .
Fla, will.be celebratedon he has
Bntarad at tba P. moa In JUaaIm M .. bought.
:,,.nose..mail_Us. ,___ for the cash we expect to get outof Sunday. Rev. J. B. Weatcott '
information
pastor Anyone wishing regard-
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the business Ha& No to a Place Democratic
Principles Right
y Friday May. 1910. of Methodist church, will have ingMthis property will J be furnished same : .

f 1. Courage and backbone donlt' +-make a charge of the.services, morning and by J. M. WILLSON, JR., w
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Have Done and Could Do evening. The L; L. Mitchell G. A. K Wit Owner of Kissimmee Gardens. Primary ;.
i What We gentleman. < -., Post, Commander John DGau,'' will "

i X. We believe therg are beink at least) .one Own two automobiles and -one sum- attend' in a body. The Poet haa ordered To the Democratic Voters of t. ..
thousand dollars a week spent 200 white carnations.' from "Mills,"

.- among our local merchants and businessmen mer.dress. the Jacksonville florist, for face distri Florida. .

now. which can be.traced directlyto bution. St. Augustine, Fla., April 29, .1910. .
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the efforts of the Valley Gazette inducing capacity for pain and -misery is The W. C. T. U. of St. Cloud I take this opportunity ot.. addressingyou '
jnfinite. Our joy and pleasure limited are Hon. Frank Clark Member pf Congress, Second District
in and last last ?
E l new settlers to come quite active and already have a candidate word, as this is the pub- .

...,"..,. from Its weekly pay roll which, alone; JU is a good idea to let the editor of in the field for representative lication of the weekly papers before the of Florida. : .
f' now amounts\ one hundred Their candidate must be one that will battle of the ballots takes place on May
do
i' dollars. This condition of affairs has your but what county will paper become: all of your the thinking little boy, adhere strictly W C. .T/ U. princi- 10th, to !say to each of you that we - Dear Sir-I am in receipt of yours of the 26th, in i

r been made possible .by the liberal and: on ytour knee.Wherever ples and not sell out the society when know that_the United States Senate ia which you propound questions to me from which I infer you

,loyal patronage bestowed on the paper I the member reaches legislature.. composed'largely of men representing

:r by orrfe'of our business men-not all of there's a sinner, there's! a Building is going on all over our the corporations and trusts of our country challenge my integrity as a member of the Legislature .

.: M: them. There are some who hold. back mission. field pleasant little city. About fifty house and. -believe that fact l is notorious.. Now, Mr. Clarlt/if you will permit me, I will suggest
": and say that it doesn't pay to advertise; under Construction.. I have offered myself as a candidate

I ,tt.. that their business is increasing with Law enforct'mentis just as Impor- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hendrix left for. United States Senator, to be voted that when you square yourself .with, the Democratic plat-

out advertising. Did it ever occur to tant as lady enactment. for. their northern. home on Monday for by all of those who. believe that the form- , .

these latter that if all the business men evening.The sasses of the people should control the
When repent of the declaration you made at St.
I would follow their example that there No man is fit to make laws, .who. is Seminole Land Company's new legislation of the country. You know you

;t would be no paper, no medium to tell not active in the enforcement. of. laws automobile. has covered three thousand that I will, in the future an I have In' Augustine last Monday night in which you admitted you

M I a; c the outside world of our advantages .already enacted. miles in three months, just taking people the past represent by my political actions had violated the Democratic platform and proclaimed that

4 f and what we are doing. and consequent. to and from the five and ten acre the masses of the people. We g .
.'.v- ly'none would. be watching Kissimmee Any man who. is afraid to speak the lots. should look the matter squarely in the you would do so again- .

grow. unvarnished truth, can get a job as Dr. Pope. and family will "leave for face. If you believe that the people When you convince me that by .the rules of the State

; While the Valley Gazette feels .well professional. fisherman or running{ for the north the middle of the month. should be more strongly represented in

satisfied with its work. in building up some office.. Comrade Bailey and family of. Idaho, the Senate of the Unfted States, then Committee you are entitled to a place, on a Democratic

L and making prosperous our town and are now located in their new bakery.S. they should vote. for. their candidate. ]I ticket in a. Democratic primary-. .
yid county, it also feels and knows that i it No religion is higher than truth. II. Cull will in the furniture am that candidate. .. '
engage Then, and not till then, will 1 admit your right to ques-
of doing much more good I have nothing to say against I
\ie capable; Complain of overwork so. friends business in the near future. my op
t along those lines if its hands were upheld will know have done something.your Comrade Cheeseboro, of Orlando., and ponents. I believe that one of ,them is tion a Democrat on Democratic principles; and should you
you
I ( and strengthened financially by i wife were visitors on. Tuesday. making accusations against me intended I see fit so to square yourself, I shall then take pleasure in
our business men. This paper has ev Wilbur DeGraw to involve my integrity. The accusation -
Never be-iure of social of
keeping a engagement one our popular
%: done its duty,as it saw it, and has nev -your friends don't knowioW'busy young. merchants, is 'on the sick list. is made for the purpose of detracting answering any question proposed to the entire satisfactionof

',./ failed as far as its power lied, to you really are. Nine bakeries in town. from me, and is wholly false. every persoff entitled to a seat in Democratic councils.

4, ,ter the welfare of'our and will In no particular is it true. '
peopie Frank Bass
Esq.
our popular con ln>the light of your declarations and your record your
continue to do so, but with a liberal When-anyone. speaks, of a book which tractor, was a Kissimmee visitor on If the people want to be represented

+j 1 patronage from every business and professional you. have not. read, say it has very interesting Tuesday.Mrs. more distinctly in the Senate of the presumption in challenging me to answer questions you

} firm in the city, it would be i ia in pages. .. Stanford, of. Minneola, Fla, was United States than they are now, I ask propound is a manifestation of amazing arrogance.
position to print a paper unequaled in was a week's end visitor last week.' that they do: not permit themselves to

the state, and one that would. be the Discuss your imaginary troubles, I -- -- -- be humbugged by campaign falsehoods.You Trusting that you may be able to furnish some, proof

f means of making Kissimmee and Osce physical, mental and spiritual with your DO AWAY WITH WHISKYAnd know that I have not and am not that you have a right to a place on a Democratic ticket in
and friends. I guilty of official misconduct of
ola the most prosperous progressive .. any any
..". _ __ a Democratic primary, ,
town and county in Florida. kind. You. know that if elected I will '

f Important Facts You Do Away With Many Evils work for the people with all my power. I am yours trulv. ,
,; % MoUJer'sDay"Becau.e There is no reason for mete. be defeated. L.
That Go With It
South There of than LEWIS W. ZIM,
I know. that in the heaven About the are more us there

r' '' above, Tp Every Member of a Labor Union in are of those who seek special privileges Candidate for Congress from the

The angels whispering to one another, the State of Florida: and who enjoy special privileges, and if Second District of Florida..
? ''!:' Can find among their burning terms o.f. The South has 62,000 square miles of Brother-Believing that the labor we stand together for our protectionand .

a love coal land. Great Britain, Germany; unions of- Florida and the Woman's benefit as the special privilegedfew

None so devotional as that of France and Austria combined have 17- Christian Temperance Union can be of will stand together for their bene-
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mother-" 000 square miles. mutual help along lines of social and industrial fit, we are bound to win, and every man ,

i The above lines were written by Edt The United States geological survey reform it is our earnest wfsh should do his duty as an American citi- for Commissioner

gar' Allan Poe, and nowhere amid the credits the south with 10.000,000,000 that the moat kindly and fraternal re- zen by voting his own conviction, though ANNOUNCEMENTS., County

marvelous writings of that wonderful tons of iron ore. The highest amount nations exist between the two unions.In money. and ether influences are exerted berebyannoupee Hj the aolldtaUon; of my many friends
myself a candidate for the
I tt man of. genius can a more sublime ..sentiment reported as claimed by foreign' expertsfor our forty-three organized depart- against us. We know that money has for Member of-Hie Legislature office\ of County Commissioner for the MIl District

be found. all Europe is a little over 9,000,000-. ments is represented every line of social been spent and is now being spent in To the Democratic VotenbtOcceoU County: of Osceola County, Florida. subject to the

By proclamation of the governor, 000 tons. a and many of industrial reform. large amounts for the purpose of de- I hereby announce myself asa candidate for Democratic primary election to b.. held May
ember of the House of Kepreseoi..trM In the 10th IVio,and I pledge myself, if elected,to discharge .
Three fourths of all the
cotton raisedin
next Sunday, May 8th, ha4 been designated We help everywhere securing anti- eating, your candidate. The special Florida Legislature, from Oswola CouDIsub.. all duties of the office that come beforeme
as "Mother's Day," when every- the; world is produced .In' the South. child labor, believe in direct legislation, Interests ire furnishing this money, and jest, of ours, to the wish of the Democrat!*, lo the bent of my .
a + h. J"' one.will wear a carnation or' rose, em- The total value of,the South's farm co-operate with the Con.umer'a.League, you know,that all of it is being spent voter la the primaries to be held ou the loth ability.t.. K. ALDERMAN. l''

: .bkmatic of purity and.Io.v. products last year' was $2,560,000,000, are with you in securing new penal reforms against me, I ask that you double day of May,,1'10-, and respectfuleollolt! tour .
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.'" Mother! What a world of memoriess' or $!XM)00OjOOmore than the total value and are ready, so far as able to your efforts-if. such is possible, to defeat votes. 8.1. TRIPLKTT.i For ,
> of" far' products of the United, such methods. It.is 0UIIt.Commissio! er
that word recalls.' No man's heart i.w isso '" aid inevery-movement that we believe my opinion _
dead: _to' sentiment that it does not States (not including live stock .on tends to the true betterment of humanIty hat we will win a great victory on May For Member of the Legislature.: I hereby announce-iae1(a candidate for eo.t ..-
thrill of that farms and animals sold for slaughter) both and Oth. 1910. Yours truly )' Commlssianer: fear District No 4. subject to
i at-, the mention sacred morally industrially.We At solicitation of my many rienda. I hereby the action of the Democratic primary to be held
r name. It brings to his mind' tender 1890. I believe the great curse to our 9-lt N. B. BROWARD. announce my candidacy for Representative to UMLemishkture May 10th. If slated I Dram_ a faithful discharge .
j ". js recollections of the friend, whose love The rivers and streams of the South homes and our land is the legalized from this County subject to the action ) of the duties\ of amid ......... -
i:; a' if' fully utilized, would furnish more : drink traffic and For Railroad Commissioner. of the Democratic Primaries- T. W. 8WLNDUCR.
c. was aa pure as refined gold, who sharedIn I that that once outlawed If. J. HICK8.
I Us every triumph and who did not. power than. is now required to run many other evils must go withIt. The Railroad Commission has within -.M. -

n know bow to desert him in his hour of every manufacturing enterprise in the he last seven :years cost the taxpayers For County Commissioner

i need. United States. Therefore, we are greatly interested of Florida in salaries and expensesprobably For Representative .
I hereby announce myself candidate for County
If We had no other proof of divinity With its coal, and iron, and cotton, In the vote you intend taking next Jane 1150.000. The question to con- At the solicitation of my frio...... I hereby announce CommUekmer from District No. 5. and solicit

than mother's love, It would be sufficient and water powers, and timbers, its oil on the constitutional amendment. We eider ia, has what the Commission has myself a candidate for re-election to the the support of the votera of that district.A .

I for God, In His infinite wisdom, and gas, and salt, and phosphate, and i are praying and believing that the vast done been worth to you what it bas office of Representative. of Oeoeola County! subject F. BASS.
ww to"the action of the Democratic primary to
t gave to her an instinct that is not of marbles, and granites, and copper, its army of organized labor will roll up a cost? Mr. Burr and Mr. Blitch. two be held Hay 10. 1HO. Thanking the people\ for :

rr. t this world, but part of. divinity itself. almost limitless agricultural capabilities -: splendid vote for "God, Home and Dative members of the Commission, are asking their peat.. well aa their future support For Member of School Board

1, Succorer of our Infancy, guide of ouryouth its climatic advantages and geo- Land." to be elected for another term Mr. C. 8, ACBEE. I hereby innoonoe mj candidacy for reelection ,

) arid eompanlon and friend of. our graphical location, earth furnishes no Yours for a better Florida, Burr for a: third term and Mr. Blitcha as member of the school Board from District

manhood Ingrate Indeed I. he who will parallel to the potentialities of the MRS. R. D. Bl-RCHiLL second Have they made good Has For County Judge Mo. 3, subject' to the Democratic primarlea.

, .,,re fuse to do homage to you or your Jouth.-Atlanta. GeOrgian.KI..lmmee Supt. Temperance and Labor, heir service on the Commission been Announoa my name aa a candidate at the sowing E, E.BROWN.
{ w. is the roost progressive W. C. T. U. 'uch aa to justify their election for a primaries for the office of County Judge and Judre
memory State
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Ie,. "I read not long ago that down in the richest soil, the most hospitable Beautiful Kissimmee GardensThe and express rates satisfactory to you! G. f. KRIBBS
Brown Indiana the front At the request of my friends throughout the
county, room'of people, as good schools as can be found beautiful suburban property of Have they given you'a just, fair and oount)'. I hereby announce my candidacy for
'" the county poor house-a large cheerful anywhere; and is in the center of. the heKissimmee Gardens tract is attractIng equitable classification Is there no for Supervisor of Registration. Member of the School Board from District No 5.
apartment with southern exposure in the South. subject to tie action"of the Democratic primary
greatest trucking industry discrimination in favor of some and
of .
a number prominent people, who I b.r by'annouea inrush a candidate for reelection
1 and planCs In the windows, is occupied to be held May 10th. 1010. Should I be elected.
c.. are able financially to develop the won- against other sections and places in the to the office of Supervisor of Registrationof
to the people of Oseeola the beatservice
ptedre
t by a man who for many years conducted Right' the action. of the county
The Way State Are the and freight Osceola County subject to
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derful agricultural value of this prairieand express of which I am capable o' renderliur
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: a newspaper that pleased everybody. Democratic Primariea., and solicit your support.C.
'' T On the other hand it's hard to be sue- Insurance rates are based oil losses muck I land, and located between rates lower than seven years ago? W. GRIFFIN. W. W. CHANDLER.
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a. -' though the public seems to think theyare he railroad and the hard road to St. Have they given you better facilities
without of
2r icessful[ disappointing some la the movement of shipments For Member of School Board.
Cloud and bordering Lake your
arbitrary and fixed by the insurance Tohop-
: best friends. So if can't"a ,
your you For County Treasurer. "
,! ekaliga the situation. ie i the most Idealin quick[ are deliveries prompt Do you '
''''please all critics, do the next best companies: with the sole view of paying I hereby announce myself aa candidate for
r, your subscribers." dividends to stockholders. The basis of the county. get; quick adjustment and payment of I hereby. announce myself a candidate for reelection member of School Hoard for District No. 5. 0........
'', ?thing and please your the rate is figured on the hazard, which Each!; purchaser makes the adjoining your claims for short I lost, damage and to the office of County Treasurer.subjectto County and respectfully solicit the support of.
:-GeorgVAde. the action. of the Democratic PrimariesB. the voters at the caning Primary Election
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In turn is established by experience. land more 'valuable, and the land is O. MILLER.
JOHN H BAISDEN.
......-- It is probable that the extreme heat The[ same is true of. the life insurance steadily going up in value. beard hundreds of the shippers of the .

we. have) endured the past week was premium. To each of them is added a Mr. J. M. Wilraon. Jr., the owner of state say that'the Commission was a ............. .
f 'caused by the hot air escaping from fixed sum for "loading"-that which is this property has been adding to its allure so far as'beneficial results to the For Tax Collector. ....

the political scooters now cavorting used for operating expenses. The'only. value by making roadways, deepening ehipper, to the people, to the state, lscheered. r hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection E For --.1

$ around over the state. way the state rate making boards can ditches and developing portions of the ls to the office of Tax ollector of Oeceola =

.r reduce the rate is to first reduce the land. Are you willing, do you want the County subject to the action. of the Democratic. =
An expert says Kissimmee Valley Primaries and solicit the .upport of the vo.... In
remain. it is? You, I
10000ei. This can be accomplished The personnel of. those who will erect Commission to 1 I =
tt' ? .1IOiJ contains everything but gold. But this election: .. W. K. JACKSON
have tried it for and what have
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homes and into far years ..
the growers get gold out of it all right. through education and more stringent go trucking, goes ..C.. L BANDY.
fire marshal laws impartially enforced. towards making the Kissimmee gardens you received If not satisfactory, why i

w -Tampa Tribune. Aa a fact, losses are due almost entirely an i ideal<< colony.Mr. not try the change asked for, and keep = Who By Experience

,,e a Every newcomer to Kissimmee at to carelessness, both in the original Wright, of Chicago, is already changing until y:>u do get what is yours. For Tax Assessor. =

yi once remarks upon the optimistic and construction) of buildings and in their preparing his tract for grapefruit and You are under no obligations to me. Thanking the voters o of Oaceola f'ountr for pastsupport. = Thoroughly. L
Vote for solely on the ground thatI t.'hereby announce -myself a candidate I
"Cprtignbsiyeapjdtpenadtg people. e.-Excba tge. ; oranges. me for re-election to the office of Tea Aumn'U .. Understands Our Needs
i Mr. J. L. Porch. of Kentucky has could and would serve you more effectively -
To be a -good citizen must do i and for Oeoeola County subject to the action of,
ypu The way some of Florida's newspapers his land in perfect shape for. planting than you have been served, the Democratic Primary to be held May the loth. .............,........-................;....-.......
TOOT part of the work towards building are growing speaks well for FlorIda celery this fall. and more effectively than you would be 110. elected I pledg-s to the tax payers of the

v;* p'JOUr town. progress. The Bartow Record,-Es- Dr. Shively, of Kentucky, who is one served if the Commissioh U continuedas entire County a continuation. J. UOVERSTKEET at faithful service.. Notice to FishermanNotice

(h c And next Tuesday ia the day on which tam Eagle, Tampa Tribune and Bartow of the old. school gentleman and an expert it now is; that a change could not
; ( many wUl weep and few rejoice. Courier-Informant have each closed a fisherman, will enjoy his fishing make results ,,or e and would in all id hereby given that the 1 Kwagainst ;

subscription contest, which resulted in camp, and Kentucky hospitality will be1 probability make them better. There'sno For County CommissionerI seining the lakes of this county
t-\ After next Tuesday the people will\ will hereafter be enforced.'U
"\ practically doubling the list of each pa- in evidence at his home. on the lake. risk for. you. 'I ask you for your I hereby announce myself a candidate for Conntr strictly ;
.. attention to baseball. Yours interested will take notice. andgovern' .
n.. pay more per. The Lakeland News has installed Mr. Weasel), ot Pennsylvania, who I support. very truly, : Commissioner from District No. 5. subject to parties
W. K.; JACKSON. '
Th something doing in a $2,500 press and a new engine, the has the distinction of having been inIjicJeiSani Lakeland Fla, April 11, 1910. .the_Democratic primary to be held May tit and themselves accordingly.C. F. PREVATT, .i i iI
I I itfully solicit your aupport
.r .lul 111. Fort Myers Press a linotype. machine. --' navy for a number of,I Primary May 10, 1910. W 1.. CAMPBELL.. Sheriff. to
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The Klssltnmee Yalieu (Gazette Only three more day before the pri Miss'Bickerdike la having a summer To' "1

, nary election > room added to her residence on Main

: '.: TKLKPHONK NO. 11.. e. .Mr. J. G.HK
.11., ';.. I tlanford.laet .Sunday. completed will not only add greatly to FE i
the beauty of the house, but will be a NoiiTf
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Mr U. A. ; 01 source of much comfort and. e nven- '
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" -BT '- >} ,the city: :u'. week. lence.. arden Building One" from Depot .r

W. B.I NAI.MI6.y .. I'I The Sem'nolea'' of ,Florida, postpaid The Valley Gazette baa just completed Fresh Florida- .
J 186.. The Home Store. for the Board of Trade, a handsome !' of'all kinds.: fN1'? +
= MEATS 5
I, descriptive of Kissim- ,
10-page pamphlet ,
and Western' INSECTS
;, The regular meeting of the Board of nee and Oseeola county, which are for > > .If. '
Trade will be held Monday night general distribution aril can be had at NO GERMS '

"Weather.R.epon I ,Mrs A.'B. ''Jamil spent several days" the office of Secretary' Meek for. the POULTRYEGGS.. FRESH 'FISH DISEASE', --
asking.
0. .. sl
ate St.,, Cloud last week visiting friends. i (114 |.V. ,
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Following are the daily 4mperature Ruth Mr.: W. R. Grimes of Dora, Ala.'ha* Special Attention to"Phone Ordtrs dnd free' Where :J'FENOLE"! Is usedAmber

and Miss Butler has returned home been in the city this week prospecting Delivery to, any part.oltlle'CUy..'' Phone i 89 ,
precipitation a* I" -
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college to spend the .
summer va- and was so well pleased with the outlook -_, .
., 1 reported b'y the Government ation.. that he purchased from the Nelson ... ..,. Rt' 4

station at Kissimmee for the Realty Co. ten acres in Park Gardens.. ---- ------ color; doe. not stain
, .. Mr. C. W. Ward'spent a day or two his here and improve fabric. .Harmless to
. 5 1910. lIe will move family r furniture
week ending May ,
ttending ,to business in Jacksonville The Board of Trade will meet Monday ,
t his property a.. and DECLAMATION CONTEST human, animal or fowl life. It .
this week night, it is hoped there Will be
; all l
. MAX ...... LUll used as directed. Instant death ?
Dr. Breaker ha accepted the agency! good attendance a* a' propoaltionvital'to '
.
Roaches
to Bedbugs Mosquitoes..._
\- Friday.. . , . 86 56 . Mrs.Bunyan Stephens left on yester- for the gene Marble Co., Canton the interests of our town-preparing Fleas Moth. AntsChickeq Mites
day for a visit with her parents at Shel- will for the accommodation of the Was First on the Comm cement
proper
Ga. and I anything
Saturday. . 88 52 yville Ky. furnish you you and Lice and/all 1 Virmin. DeRtroys -
hundred of who will Spend '
.' -. 90 67 . may want in the way of tombstones strangers Proliant.Last ', sterilise the ,) "
Sunday. next winter In Kissimmeen-will. be -
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monuments etc., of best quality and at pre
.
Mrs. Missouri Bronson"left of -.lnaectL Foul odor
Monday . . 91 66 Monday prices to suit Will erect work of this sented. This is *a matter that should eggs rare
for a abort visit with friends in Tampaand night the School purified by its use.QUART .
command the' immediate and earnest large High auditorium .
t' 'Tu aday.. . 93 80 ... St. Petersburg.: sort if desired. "
.. J' j- ,. attention of all our citizens, and the was literally filled ,to overflowing -
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Wednesday Mr. Paul Yates spent a few in Mrs: J. E. Mattocks and four children Board of Trade\ the proper pla e-to the occasion being the annual contest -
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Thursday Nichols this week transacting business arrived this week from Jacksonville, : discuss it. for the Carson declamation medal. 1
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where they have been sprndingVome GALLON S2.BO
and' visiting friends time, to join Mr. Mattocks and will Mr.. J. M: Gardner returned on Tuea. ':Two of the contestants, Miss c."ceJJ" >< SPRAYER .60

Mrs. Henry Barnes left on' Sunday make Kissimmee heir home In fmure. day morning from the. Confederate reunion Dterstreet and 1lIBS. Aileen, Spier;yr.rt ., .
for Louisville to the They have rented Mrs. Perdew's cot- which was held last week at Mobile
Ky:,. spend summer prevented by sickness from engaging in
for the Ala. He state that the same lavish sole distributors
with her mother. tage summer. but the We are for
hospitality displayed by other towns tluj exercises following took
Kissimmee and St. Cloud -Wrl1.or .
THE LOCAL FIELD. Meeting of the Christian and Missionary Mr. D. H. Fuller of Chelsea Mich. toward the old soldiers who wore the part: Misses Virginia Makinson, Mildred 'phone,us about "Fenole. '

I Alliance at the Christian church is in the City this week, the guest ofMr. gray was fully carried out by the Mobile Let;. Ava Collier,:Phyllis Jarrell, -
i next Tuesday night. E. A. Niemeyer and family. Mr. people but that the old boys are Aims Griffin and MlC: Albert Bearden.
former citizen fast OSCEOLA PHARMACY Clulaoea .
Fuller is a brother of our passing over and that many who '
=NAwN """" K Mr. Jack Bass one of the proprietorsof Mr. R. D. Fuller whom he visited only a year: ago walked in the grand parade The judges. Misses Leech"and ,Kinneyof +-
the St. Cloud Drug Co., was in the here a few years ago and made many with head erect and steady step St. Cloud and Rev. F. S. Snyder ot SEMINOLE PHARMACY - St. Clod

Wade, the tuner. Orlando. city Wednesday evening.. friends who are pleased to welcome him now show the.will soon answer the lastroll .Kissimmee,"after a deliberate comparison I tt-rt ;

Dwellings for rent apply to M. Til Mr. R. L. Overstreet has returned toour city again. I call. and-compilation' of grades, decided \ ."

ler. from Tampa, where he took a course in Mr. and Mrs C. C.Giles returned to M. H. Mulholland of Minneapolis that.the medal should go to Miss Mil- ..", ,. "

For fresh fish,' phone the ,Rull Bass the Tampa Business College. Umatilla this week, where they will Minn., sales agent for the Hunter Land t4red Lee and Mr. Snyder in a happy W. S. HARWJELL .
in time Co. vho 100,000 of land on.
spend the summer returning own acres
Market, No. 189. 19-tf Miss Mattie Bandy has purchased little speech presented it to thatyoungady.
for the fall opening-of school: Robert tile Kissimmee prairie is in' the city
Just arrived a beautiful line of pat- from II. Fleming the building now occupied and Margaret remained over to finish today and made this office an appreciated REAL ESTATENotary
hats atjriiss Bandy's.. by her millinery! store. the school term at the Osceola' High : ;; call. He is here with a party of Much of the pleasure ol the evening

Miss Vivian Lee is at home from School and will follow them next week. prospectors,%vho will go down to the was due toxthe music furnished by the
dressed the Rull lands tomorrow in auto- Public at Large
For poultry phone company's an
Wealeyan female College Macon Ga., Orchestra and Miss Wilder
Bass Market. No. 189. 19- f the Mr. A. A. Loll is boring a four-inch mobile. Mr. Mulholland stated That he by and Miss Office over lloberson'i Pharmacy
to vacation.
spend summer well for. Mr. A. E. Thomas on that gen- had received inside information in regard Battle Mae Graves. KIBB1

. Agency of-the White Star Laundry Messrs. Loveless and Sear, two oflarcona's tleman's truck farm at the end of Main i to the proposed railroad south and This morning beginning at nine MEE. FLA.
at the Home Store Phone 164. street in North KIs immee. Mr. Thomas the f
/ enterprising citizens were that it is proposed to begin con- o'clock the promotion exercises for i '
In the is having the well sunk for the pur- struction of the road within six weeks.
business
For perfect titling eyeglasses and city.thie week on pose of irrigating vegetable garden grades through the sixth were conducted J M. WiLLSON, JR., ; ;

spectacles see Dr. P. G. ' bite. Col. Thomas Palmer. one of Tampa's which is one of the finest in this section Through her cousin. Dr. J. C. Davis, and tonight the senior class will '.I,

Auto Livery day or night. Call S.17tf leading lawyers, was here on business who lost Mrs. Eva Gallagher sends in her subscription render their Class Night program. i NOTARY PUBLIC... /
Messrs. & -
Neimeyer
166. before the Circuit Court this week. Wylie to the Valley Gazette this the I STATE AT LAROE. \ J
W. Downing phbne their stock of fancy groceries and I Sundaymorning commencement '.:.
week with the that she cannot !,
Mutton fresh, fat and fine at the Mrs. J. G. Gottwalles after spending fruits in the fire of two weeks ago have get along without message<.tbe paper. Mra.Galla.vherl sermon will be preached by Rev. C. A. Real Estate Agent.

Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf two weeks with her sister, Mrs. N. I F. rented the room in the Beaman building who lives at Wichita Kan.. Owens of DeLarid. Monday morning KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ,:
Base, left today for her home at Nichols recently vacated by the Kissimmee .
her little
.. ed by daughter grades above the sixth will be promoted 4DH
milk and .. ,. Drug Co., and are having it fitted up
For Sale-Good, gentle cow Clarice spent the winter in this city, and
the
calf and one heifer. W. C. Gilbert. 19-St preparatory to opening up again in the and was so well pleased with our cli- Monday night regular gradua- J. W. SIMPSON
Mrs. Lawton Moon and baby returned same line. that she tion'program will be rendered at which
mate and other conditions
6 or 6 doses "666" will cure! any case to their home at Fort Meade on Monday here which time three members of the senior class -
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 14-6mo after a visit here with the family of MillS'NanCv Blassin ame, formerly purchased some property DENTIST.
Col. J. L. Moon. teacher in expression in Osceola High she expects to develop_when she returns will read essays and Hon. Don. C. Mc- 7 j

Fresh bread event: day also fancygroceries School, is in the city this week attend-I next teason. Mrs. Gallagher Mullen of Tampa, will deliver the literary Upstairs In Katz Building.
fruits and candies at Mn. Mrs.'Heidt and Mrs. Rico, of Tampa, ing the annual exercises. Miss Blas- : writes Dr. Davis that since her arrival address.
Regerops.v 19-tf mother and sister respectively, of Mrs. singame is extremely popular with her home the weather has been very severe Ornm: Novas: IJJSJS-&J-; :, N y,
C. W. Griffin are .the guests of the former as well u with all who and the snow and ice have made her The public is cordially invited to be Telephone No. 10 Jnn 6. ivy, I
LaRue serves Young & Gaith r's delicious latter this week. know puCila. and never fails homesick for Kissimmee. present at any or all of these exercises.

Tampa ice cream. None better. ) to-receive a cordial welcome when vis- -

Wholesale or retail. tf baa The recently Waters made& Carson extensive Grocery additions Co. iting our city. Circuit Court For Exchange. orncsor oouKTTs G" wmmvvaca.

FOR SALE-Fifty Rhode Island Red \jo and improvements In the arrangements Mr. W. M. Delk. of the firm of Harris Circuit. Court took a"'recess this Timber land and improved farm in F.I KRIE3SS
hens and four rooet.en-a1l well bred. of its business offices & Delk shingle manufacturers of Southern Middle Tennessee for Centralor ATTOSTMBTYATLAWOrcoHtVmrt.
the
till next Wednesday May
18-2t L. E. Barbeau. morning
Taft was In the city Wednesday on
Dr. J. C. Davis after an absence of business. Mr. Delk .states that they llth at 4 p. m., after having been in Southern Florida Improved. ........ Lee 'I1Uoe maIt ..
For Sale-Six milk cows with calves, two weeks, during which time he visited and session L.: FXAZIKK, ..... o-s., utm, ttiifmm Kt.... Ai.w% I' '
stock of both weeks.
have large nearly two
a pine cypress .
aDd Aeln.ot--tak.a
all fresh. $26 to $76 each. several South Florida towns re- hand and 9-llt-pd Ethridge. 'l'eon.f _, '
shingles on are manu
I The following cases have been disposed _
16-tf Z. W. BASS. turned to the city on Tuesday. of gtf
facturing them at the rate twenty
of far
Use Plank's Chill Tonic.! Guaran- People are beginning to understandthe thousand a day. See advertisement in' so :
teed. Price 26 cento. Sold by all value ot "Fighting the Traffic in another column. Stephen Duncan breaking and entering Sprigg Fleming'CLEANING

druggists. ullT-8 Young Girls." If haven't .. tried and found guilty. Sentencenot iif.itsire;; ;
Breaker you a'copy Mr. A. E. Thomas is having twenty f ,. .. ..
better Dr. afTd 11
see get one. passed. \
Wanted-A few refined boarders in acre of his land .at the end of Main \ .
private home; best accommodations. Attend the Board of Trade meeting street North Kissimmee cleared whichhe Jack Diamond plead guilty to em-

Mrs. W. H. Arnold Main street. 19-lt' Monday night and show you are willing will either put in cultivation this fallor bezzlement. Sentence not passed. \ KttCTO 4 VIET PRESSING I

to do your share of the work to make erect several cottages fronting on Harvey Phillips plead guilty to larceny !! . IVwfMmI . "*
For bargains in resident property Kissimmee the largest inland city in the hard marl road which will add ; DYEING
truck lands and orange grove. call on Florida,: greatly to the value of the property in of an animal. Sentence not pass REPAIRING, '. .'"

H. M. Breaker. Ki .lmmee. Fla. 4-U that section of the city as well as the ed.Will i. NOWOPEN, i -. ,, .

After November '16th wood wuf' _.Mr. H..:'.E. Swab, proprietor of the beauty of the street.. : Matthews tried for murder in y. 'f

, $1.26 a stran delivered. / Pioneer of Kissimmee County Commissioner J. 'II. Walkerof the first degree was found guilty of i" .
and St. Cloud down from Orlando jf"
came -
ij Kissimmee.Lumber, Co. to look after business Matters Wed the Bassingef district spent several! unlawful homicide and sentenced to paya Leave word at. my house and clothe, ; jr
-\fs .
'. For Rent; -Furnished, or' unfurnished neada,. days in the city the past week;leaving fine of $360 and coats or serve ,one i will be called lor and returned.1-; .'/' .

house of 7 rooms ,-electric lighted for home on Tuesday. Judge Walker year In the county Jail.
The Nelson Realty Co. the came in adyance of the Commissioners'
reports
Address P. O. Box 646. up
16-tf.throughout. I sale this week of ten acres in West Kis meeting which was held on The case of W. H. Savage, charged KISSIMMEE I DRUB GO'S. OLD STAND t

simmee to Mr. J. L. Dibble of Kansas Monday, to attend to private business with the larceny of an animal belongingto SotlsfBctlouaUorButcec "

J. M. Post will repair your watches, who will begin improving; the property matter and was accompanied by his; Bob Evans, was nolle pressed on 'I
clocks and jewelry and will do it rightor right away. son, J. 11. Walker. Jr. ,motion of the State: 4 4e
refund See him next
your money.
door to Osceola Pharmacy. 1c -tf The building Mr. J. W. Wilder is Mr. and Mrs.-G. J. Yates left on The following cases were set for next W. C. BASS
erecting in South Kissimmee to be used Wednesday morning for a month's visit I week: J. L Sharpe & Co.DEALERS ,.
An intelligent person may earn $100 as a photographic studio is almost completed with friends at Fort Myers, being accompanied O. R. Johnson charged with bastar L I
monthly corresponding for newapapen.No and adds to the looks of I ''
greatly as far as Lakeland by their Wholesale'and Retail .'
canvassing. Send for particulars. that section of town. I son. Paul. This will be a very eventful I dy.W.. H. Savage charged with the larceny IN k* >
Press Syndicate: \ B 2246. Lockport N.Y. ) trip for Mr. Yates as it is the first of an animal. Dealer 1r. ,
Mr. J. M. Willson Jr.
Porch ac ompaniedby time he has ever ridJen on a railroad Edward L. Eamea, charged with man- '
For Cyphen Incubators poultry sup Mr. J. L. of la i
Kentucky
and Arthur G. Dustin strain spending the week in the woods on a train although he has passed the threescore slaughter. Staple ,and Fancy Groceries
White and ten mark in There also number of other
are a
G. E. age.
Wyandotte eggs, see prospecting' tour and will do some fisting Fresh Beer Pork
eases the cocket which / MdMntton
Takach. Eggs $6.00 per hundred. 6-tf before he returns.. on have not
Mr. W. S. of
the
Alyes
manager yet been disposed of and may come up AND COUNTRY PRODUCE .., ,
List your property with Nelson Real Mrs Myrtle Buck and" Mrs. Nora New Eden Plantation Co., whose extensive for trial at this term

for quick sales. They have the Buck will leave tonight for their homein farm located on Lake Center

Bents and can get you the value of Anglesea N. J. They will be met made Sunday a flying for the trip to Egmont of taking Key on .Judge Parker of West Virginia Dead KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
meritorious property that is desi their husbands and L purpose a ,
any by Captain va181'te gyp
few whiffs of salt air from the. Gulf. '
able. 16-tf Buck in Philadelphia.The Captain Eli Lynch Parker died at his PHONE 1T6 "*
He is now busily engaged in building PHONE 44. '7 'J );..
home at West
'' Granville Virginia, at 6
anywhere start mall tenants' houses on the farm. .
Anyone can a walla of Mr. W. C. Baaa" ne
,
order-business at home. No canvass meat market are rapidly going up and o'clock Sunday morning April 10 ]1910 NNNNN t ,
ing. Be your own boss. Send for free It is now expected that the buildingwill Attention of parties having sidewalkslaid congestion of the lung. Mr. Parker .OPN
booklet. Tells how. Hescock, A 2144Lockport. be ready for within is called to the fact that they will ; had been Ill 'for several
occupancy days yet John HarrisJ .
probably desire to connect with the city J .... Delk, ,
N. Y. thirty days, or by June letWork .
water works in a few months and that his death was unexpected. A few tt

For Sale-New five room cottage located is progressing rapidly on the considerable time and trouble''will be hours before the end came he walked COLONYw.

on block containing twelve city chapter house of the American' Wo saved by having a length of pipe put in around the house and Cis; condition was PROSPER j

lots with fine flowing! well. Land in man's League and Contractor Kelly first and then lay the sidewalk over it. not thought serious by the members of
high state of cultivation. Fine truck- states that he expects to turn it over The cost will be small and may save -
ing proposition. Bargain at (1,600. complete about the middle of June. considerable trouble and expense. his family. :
19-lt H. M.! Breaker //Agt.( After moving to Monongalia county SHINGLE MILL r
Miss Rachel Leake who haa been Mrs. W. .H. Bruten of Nichols spent he elected justice of the i
was
FREE-A cup of Triumph Mills Fine teaching school near Gainesville the past Wednesday in Kissimmee en routeto which position he held for about peace 15 : "

Coffee-Cracker Boy, Royal Palm session returned here last week and is Wadesville N. C., where she will remain and resigned last October when HARRIS & POLK, Proprietors: ,. u
.Semlnole. Come to The Home Store making her home with: her aunt Mr. for three months. During her years
he left for Florida for the benefit> of X
next to PostofHce, today and tomorrow C. V. Bearden in South Kissimmee.: stay here she called at the Valley Ga- his health. Capt. Parker o ned several T - ..Capacity 20,000 Per Day- .
from 8 to 6:30 and get a cup of the Matti1 zette office and ordered the paper sent thousand dollars worth of : ,
best coffee you ever drank. It-pd Mrs. Graham returned last to her during her visit in the Tar Heel property .
along the lake at Kissimmee. Fla. has
week from Live Oak where she has \\L
state saying that she would. be robbedof Z Now in
Dr. J. G. Davis licensed optician'by; been visiting her son, W: S. Graham, half her pleasure if she failed to large tracts of coal land up Decker's Operation and can Supply Pine and'Cypress
State Optical Board can be seen at and family. She was accompanied home receive it weekly. creek and owned some property at
in
Shingles
Park Hotel for lasses. Headache of by her little grandson, Milton Graham.J. Granville. He was one of the most I :
years standing relieved with glasses by prominent residents of the county and
C.
Dr, Davis. Eyes tested free. Don t L. Starling the tinner man, has Mr. II. Kemp an experiencedmeat I his death is a shock to his many friends ANY '
moved his into cutter from Tampa has accepteda Parker returned from QUANTITY DESIRED
neglect your children's eye,. 14-tf shop the Fleming building Captain Florida' Z
opposite the Valley Gazette office, position with the Rull Bass Market about two weeks before the day of
and has moved his family to this city. hia'' I
and Contractor T. W. Ellis will death. y
Twenty-five to thirty-five per Cent occupy Mr. Kemp has had a long in
experience NNNNNN N14t I
reduction on spectacles and.' the adjoining room on the first floor as ,NNN..
eyeglasse
soon as it completed. the meat business Ih Tampa, and is A Card From H. f. Swabey
R for the next thirty days. Over five running Mr. Bass' place in regular city-
hundred pair to be sold at coat All new W. L. Van Duzor and S. B. Aultman style, keeping everything in the Marketline Editor Valley Gazette: ,
goods. If you want a cheap pair or a capitalists and developers of Kissim and handling nothing but the beet I Dear SIr-The Pioneer Plumbing Shop .., '

good pair cheap come in ana seeabou mee, came to Tampa Sunday in Mr. See adv. in this issue. l
havingbeen published through the.1 -1 '- R
t. Satisfaction guaranteed. Aultman's -
r big car and spent :yesterday 0.
Dm. P. Ct WHITE in tbe city attending to business and "Mr. Geo. W. Overstreet proprietorof medium of your paper and some 160 .o" :

12tf Kissimmee, Fla. greeting friends.-Tampa Tuibune. the Sunny South Stables. which were circulars which contained the number Trucking G. E.. TAKACH'; otike4

destroyed by fire about two weeks ago ot our post office box 625, have been .. r
We aell J. ,
Any Mr. W.
can your property. Thompson the undertaker sold this week through the of Lands .
property listed with us at its real value I has opened a branch of his establishment Capt. H M. Breaker to Mach agency Bros., circulated through thepostoffice of your .. '
will receive our best efforts. We spend at St. Cloud corner Kentucky avenue the well-known liverymen his entire town besides numerous personal cards A Real Il Estate t AgencyYte
lots of money advertising in northernand and Eleventh street under the equipment, consisting of fifteen horses which have been distributed in my i

western papers as well as our management of his son, Mr. Carter nine, buggies, five surreys four two- ,name do not seem enough to identify! I Specialty Bank a ato <
: home paper. We located six families Thompson, who will look after the business horse and one one-horse wagons, harness me with the Kissimmee office of the I ,
r in the past two weeks Tour of them at that end of the line, and who etc. Mr. Overstreet i la just recovering Pioneer Plumbing Shop therefore I i KISSIMMEE .A.' "'
1 from Kansas. They will move here 1 in can be found either at his residence I I from a severe illness of sever- submit my address, I 'Y'
I September., Watch KIs w. next to the bank on New York avenueor al weeks, and has not yet decided what "The Pioneer Plumbing Shop," i I ni''

'f\ 18-tf. Nelson Realty at his place of business. 19-2t-pd i I line of business he will engage in. H. Edmond Swaby Prop. '' 1 b'M
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i -- brought In for feeding during the day. Much Depends Upon Food and Drink
; 4fGRAYSTONEWIll Valuable For Protecting the Growth This will be no hardship to the colt Given to Cow. Ideal Fertilizers

nr and Health of Flock. therewill, be less risk of Its being injured .According to the Expert Dairyman

No doubt there were many flocks of and more work will be got out the quality of the butter depends to a.

,,$ aura TEM beep on treeless'farms that Buffered of tbe.mare.because she will not fret' great degree upon the food and drink .. SIZE AND QUALITYOur
under the broiling aunlaetsummer. and the colt will not be in the .
to'3.60 way on of the cow. She should''have clean;: ,
2,60 per day. Sheep will: of -course" live without the fields.Chaining. '
week month. pure water and wholesome food. Much citrus booklet entitled FERTILIZING FOR SIZE AND
Special by or bade, but some farmers do not real ;:
''I care should be taken In-the selection : QUALITY U now ready for distribution The article on cirrus culture -
L w: 1IIIUI..I'nJ. L" POIlU;lgr.'k Ice the vulue of a few trees scattered the Stall Kicking Hors : of thV ration. The individual cow baa U of special interest at this season when size and quality can be
4 about the pasture. Be careful how you fasten chains to much to do In this regard. so easily influenced, and when the Grower so keenly realties the importance -
I I I I H I I I >+< I I I The sheep may not avail themselves a horse's leg to prevent stall kicking.If i But with respect to the part that is of producing'a fancy product.Following .

of shade every hot day but when they the horse la spirited watch him played In handling the product of the the article U"a full description of our IDEAL formulas 1'

I feel they need It they. should by nil closely. Several years ago, said an cow too much carelessness Is evidentIn for summer application. .

G. E. TAKACH means have It I'I expect siiKkmun, I tried .the plan the process of buttermaklng. After Ideal Fruit qnd Vine Manure -

Lambs are especially susceptible to on a young horse. In five minutes churning is finished the butter and W & T..'$ Special Fruit and Vine Manure'
AGENT FORk the-depressing effects of the heat and the hone was terror stricken at; the
milk, mixture should remain quiet for
tare been observed to fall materially chain whipping him, but Instead of Peruvian Fruit and Vine Manure
Incubators about ten minutes in order to let the
Standard Cypress' behind In growth when deprived of cowering he tried to fight it off and I butter come to,the surface. A cup of W: & T's High Grade Fruit and Vine
and shade.' I it was with difficulty and some danger t
t Supplies
cold water will hasten the. process. An Booklet-IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS-
They lone to lie down and rest In that two of us were able to take it off. old recipe says: gives pictorial proof of the merit of above brands. GET"IT I
the middle of the day, but betweenthe Had It remained fifteen minutes I be- Call on our local agent
The butter should be carefully skimmed
hot ground below and the scorchIng }Jleve be would have torn the stall down off Into a wooden bowl half full WATEHS & CAHSON GKOCEKY{ CO.,
sun above there Is small comfort to get loose and in doing so would I .
address
of water. The water should be or
for a tender lamb In the open fell have killed himself before stopping. repeat

The joy of a flock: Is under A spreading i'I'j' As it is, while be I Is as good and safe edly of changed mllklness.until It it is shows important no Indication that- Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.. FloriGa11e';! ;d

tree, where a little breese U sure a horse today as ever wore harness hisi
; terror at the sound of a chain la such the butter should not be pressed or "
I worked the of .
during removing
process -
that I should hesitate to put a harness I' I
him. the milk from the butter. ,
with butt chain traces on
After this the butter may be pressed i iN.
rte
into a mass and salt to the extent of
fTANDARD Foot Rot In Sheep.
d FIERS INCUBATOR If the hoofs are wen. r1mmed there one-fortieth its weight worked into it. BASS .'
: fMePfo.fed.ls.untllw Is much less danger of infection from The water should be well pressed out i.

foot rot When the disease gets into but the less worked the more perfectly

BREEDER or the herd cause all the sheep to walk its granular character Is malnti>tned. ;

through a shallow trough containing a --- I CONTRACTOR and BUILDERDoes t

) White Wyandottes solution of one pound of chloride of Taking Advantag.
I "The Insane." said a lawyer, "are too .
Box 522 KISSIMHEE:, FLA. rHh? c ? lime to twelve quarts of water. Have
this about four Inches deep In the prone to take advantage of their weakness 'General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti- -,
.
-- .j A lunatic out walking with Ills
;', trough. Then separate" the diseased mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether
keeper saw a case ot beer in front ofa t
sheep from the well ones and keep I it be Two-Room Cottage Tourist '
JENK a or a Hotel.!
'F. .H. : IN S lie broke the
to
them separated until! the disease is grocery. away-ran f .
I case and opening a bottle begao to .
stamped outAocustomed Makes Specialty of ARTESIAN! :
a boring WELLS
'E
drink It, at the same time ramming i
I :, t to Freezing Airs. with the other hand other bottles into in which he -has/ met with the greatest success i g ,

: ;-.. a -' Surveying and I Toe Duke of Fotberlnglll.bad elvan 'his pockets just'as fast 'as be could.'r'tleterherttsald .' of any man in Florida: I IH1H '

: SHUT IK rABTCKB. a great feast at Kotborlnglll castle to a policeman 'thiswon't _.-_

commemorate the coming of age of do.' him work
: Gllole and it
: Drafting days.to be stirring If the even tree on stands the most on a sultry little his son and heir, the dashing Lord 'Go away.: was the reply. 'You will be well your and quickly done. Kissimmee, F1 a. ". I IF

I Hlghcollar To this function had been can't do anything to me. I'm a lunatic
knoll the air la even better and the ,
i sheep appreciate It accordingly. Trees Invited the journalistic representativeof and I'm not responsible for my actions. ,
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OTFICB IN FRATERNITY HALL cultivated In the open field are ipenalve a leading "daU,." On the scribe's

things to maintain on account of return to the office he was asked to re Had HerAt ; +- -++'M-l+I+I 4.+.i-H-H.+4..1 +t4+++II+4H++-I II I+++++# r
KISSIMMEE. FJ.A"C. the moisture they steal from growing late his adventures at the ducal home one of the leading military schoolsa
cadet lieutenant rigid with conscious :
\ crops, but trees'on the farm to shelter and among the questions some one .
all THE CASH
authority and correct In Insigniaof
the stock from noonday summer vans asked him "if the dwcbesa' affability STORE !
his rank approached a very' raw
will pay their cost and an added margin had net somewhat embarrassed him." .
'W. Griffin recruit with the question: r
w .- In the .comfort found beneath -Not'a bit of It." be replied. with
"Have drilled before JFirst Door North of Postoffice 1nfanaaaa. 1
you ever ,
them. that air of serene ease, calmness and
1 "No." answered the recruit. And innocently -
self satisfaction which so eminently .
and with the evident desire
a' Caring For ftprlnp P.... becomes him. "Before 1 took up newspaper -
( foal t* be polite and carry on the conversation There you will find 'SHOES, :HATS
The advantage of the spring work, my boy. I used to test ,
F be added. "Have oor-LlppID.
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are that this la a natural breeding season refrigerator"-Sketchy Bits.
the foals are usually stronger Turnip Seed. colt's. DRY GOODS AHDNOTIOISS, allot best
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: '1IlJ they can spend a greater proportion of The seed of the globe turnip I Is about
and lowest
( their early life outdoors and will be the twentieth part of an Inch in diameter n A. VANS AGNEW, quality prices.

I IJM glAI lees trouble than the fall colts. In any << and yet In the connie of a few .

,,-, HVary l Every Day at Any Hour case, colts should not be allowed to months this teed will be enlarged by I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ | Call Before Buying Elsewherev. i
I 'P1 run with the mares when at work. In the soil aDd the air Into 270OOOOO I I
Patronage Solicited I AND NOAAHV Pus':!!:.:*., [ :
I. the fall they may be left In box stall times ita original bulk and this In.addition -
' Iflulmm- . Phone No. 8.V '. If spring colts they should be left In to a bunch of le vell. KISSIMMEE,1'Lf +++++++4+++++++++tri+++++++++ k.#+ +++. i++++I F4,{ 4 If

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1. A LITTLE 'PLEASANTRY. CALL rI
.: fOR ELECTION
H* TriM! I H .n e Dashes 'According L
Much Love It -
t* the Rul_ For Nomination of Democratic Candidate ,- ..... I ,
""If sated next to '
a lady at dinner
By OSCAR COX and If at a toss for a -topic touch for Congress ,

----t I, lightly on the weather. Then torn todress. TO:\ the Democratic Voters of theSengre8.lonal I -love ray hammock but .
It that falls, try a BtU pleasatry.r -* District Florida .
M.: WO. by AnwrleM PawAnson1Uoa '' : ,
:The Campaign, Committee of' the ; ,
Wltb these words :fromBUqottte ,
' = Democratic Committee of the Second ,

e serving with "my regiment as For memory th.Populace"Mr.Qulckrlch.stamped who bad upon mad bis, G'otlgreeslonalDistrict of'the State of A ,. -tl Ohl! You VudorVudor I : '

on at Manila received a letter a million out of candles and thus gained Florida, hereby gives'notice as followi: J Swing .. !

my old friend Dick,Thnrston at a sudden entry into society. 'escorted ,. jlret. "A primary election. for the .

Java,, asking me U it would the Duchess of Dash Into the dining nomination of a Democratic i candidate "

ble tot me to come down and room. The multiplicity; of forks for Congress from said district. to, I '. t' I .. \

IDe Be,was i11. and despite the and knives and spoons staggered'him. tie 62nd'Congress of the United States ; r55 '" It'' .
,,4 that. he was taking the best care The soap; nearly made him faint ,But will Be held on the 40th day of May A.. -J---- ,t''
be took his courage and an olive in '
he didn't get any better. D., 190. '
; both bands and launched
forth WE '
pluck- ; HAVE
n't 'obtain a leave even for a ny. Second An election of a Democratic THE

'days? "BloomhV Congressional;Committee for said di,- y '
dull day cinch,; ain't It'he o
["''succeeded In getting a leave, and began' recalling topic No. 1. tract'will be held on the 10th day of MOST

nd Dick Thurston on a coffee "Ahemr be coughed as ha remembered May A. D., 1910, to be composed of one r. l ..
station, where he had gone some' the next topic dress. "Er-do member from each county in said district G, I:: ATTRACTIVE3KULINE > ,T.o .

the before 'In the Interest of ann ;yon wear flannel next the skin 7" to be chosen by the Democratic r t, 1I

grocery concern. Ho was A marble shoulder nearly knocked voters of each' county respectively. I OF '
big: with a Javanese family, consist- him in ,
the eye- very cold and frigid Third. The rules governing the State,, ;
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of a mother, a daughter .omety.a.e ..
shbuldgr. tHumI" primary election, as promulgated by I ; HAMMOCKSSWINtiS a I
old
; ;years and several chll- ," mutter Qulckrlch. .
"Rath G
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Tbe young woman was attend- the Democratic State Committee, shall
er 'ard to get along with. Let's see.
I to the patient's wanB., Indeed, she rll I control in the primary election of a
i try a pleasantry/ oo
i i the whole care of him. i I nominee for Congress and the selectionof
The Duchess of Dash's back was f
kf ck was suffering from malignant ;. AND
Committee ,
turned to htm. Ho protruded a fore a Democratic Congressional "
entery. I put him under treatment; anger and Jabbed her In the ribs. where applicable and not inconsistent 'J

got no response. ,A couple of days- "Cllcltl"' be. cried p' layfuily.And ,, with specific requirements of'this SHADESON
I Let I began he was as bad as oTerot "
that absolutely, did It and himself committee.
puzzled me was that his trouble .
with
Intermittent At one time ho It-London Answers.LIP Fourth.. Any white Democrat possessing s THE ;

r appear so well that I couldn't : the necessary legal 'qualifications _ An Essential PORQtCQMroRT.. .
'
eve there was anything the matter BUTTONS. for representative in the Congressof MARKETI -TRA6t'Z'Nihj bt4Rl( ,

h th him. Then, when I was congratu- the United States from said district, "
> lng myself that be was going to Queer Ornunenta Worn by Nstlv** of ''UNTCOP.ORCH
may become a candidate for the nomination -
feme out of ft:, down he would go North.rn Alacka. SHADES ii1 [ HAMMOCK
in said primary election by tiling
tin. As for the drugs I gave him, Perhaps the most Interesting archaeological ". ? ,
with the chairman of this committee,
y appeared to have no effect what discovery made on the north '
+f coast! of Alaska has a. relation to the viz. Hon. G. L. Baltzell, at Fernandina, S .- -

\\i: hadn't been attending him lone be- present methods of personal decora- Fla., on or before the 11th day of ,

I discovered that the Javanese tion now used by the natives of Alaska April A. D., 1910. a written statementas -

who nursed him was In love with the .most' significant. feature of required by law of his purpose to be
This set me to thinking. I had 'which Is the wearing of Up buttons or such candidate, which statement shall
1 an extract somewhere-I think it labreta. by the men. be signed by him and shall be accompanied I In Our( Hardware Department You Will Find \j

in a ne1"paper-from an old The present custom Is that when a with Three Hundred and Seventy- _

C teb report stating that when a I boy Is fourteen or sixteen years of age Five Dollars as an assessment to aid in i
ranese woman takes A fancy to anN holes are pierced in his lower Up one ;
defraying expenses of holding said primary TAe
nropean sho will either have him or 'below each corner of the mouth. A
i him If sbo gets the chance small wooden plug Is at first Insertedto election. It "
ght not this 'bo a case In point? I keep the bole from growing to- Fifth. Candidates for membership j
Ithout saying anything to Dick I 1 gather and month by month a bigger on the Congressional Committee shall o .ST TOOLS MANUFACTURED

,, alved to watch her. She was very and bigger plug !lt> used, till finally the not be Required to pay any assessment. ,
Dlftr in 'bringing In his meajs. and 1 I openings are half an Inch In diameter.At Sixth.. This Committee wiU canvass 0.'r

several occasions when she did so this point the young man beginsto the returns of such election and declare '

rH concealed myself In a closet, keep wear stone or Ivory plugs These the result, and will in due season issue :
g my eye to y nail hole. But If she ornaments are put In from the Inside instructions. aaci promulgate rqes h ]
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.ras poisoning his food she didn't do It ordinarily as one might Insert a button thereto I h -
fir when: she gave It to him. Into a shirt front. Usually the two
'4' "Dick buttons each of different of the power given us under the law "
I said to my patient, 'yoin worn are a "
nurse loves you." sort while sometimes only one of the and rules of the Committee this 10th 1NA .

kP' "You don't moan It''I" he I"xclalmed. bole. Is filled and in summer men are day of. March T910.G Is RAE RE -.S.
stonlehodI I occasionally met with who wear no L. BALTZELL '

,, "Have you been making love to buttons at all. Ch'm Cam. Com of Dem.
I herr I When a visitor Is seen approaching, Cong. Com 2nd Cong. Dist of Fla.
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1 "I have never thought of such athlng" however.! the ornaments are always Inserted Attest :

| for one docs not feel dressed JESSE l p. BURTZ Secretary.
"Have you. any objection to doing without them. In preparing for sleep
,4 fir they are usually removed.. Stefansson Large desk blotters lOc at this office '

ti |>1ck demurred, but as I told him 1 In Harper's Magazine. tf "
( bad theory connected with his,11_ N0 .
( a --- - - s .
aess he finally consented. The nest After All His Troubles o)00000000000000000000000CFor (;
[ time abe was with him he called her I Two men were hurrying along Park 2' I
i to him, took her hand In his and told row when the wind seemed to be blow- ,f
her that her kindness was winning Ing from all directions to the peril of Sale

y bis heart. She did not object to a umbrellas and anything not firmly an- ; Try Us Once and You'll' be Sure to Come Again
caress and'wiiit away looking very chored. One 'of them noticed the han J .

happy. dIe of a wrecked umbrella which bad I At Sacrifice Prices .1 'J
' The next day,Dick was better. been thrown into the street along with .
I told him to keep np; his lovemaking many others and stopping to pick it

for a few days, and be did so, op, remarked to his companion that it ,
36 of fine land for all
acres
with the result that his Improvement was too good to pass. As he stooped I .
I was remarkable., I didn't care enough! a' gust of wind captured his bat andIt i kinds of fruit tree 8 acres 1 OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMP'YCHAIR

'for',further experimenting 16 ask him went spinning along, toward St. cultivated and under hog-proof' j .t

to cease his devotional attitude and Paul's chapel, be after It. lie ran wire fence. Good house, 6 ,
grow worse, so i resolved to'eat some Into a man. slipped fell in the mud i "'rooms; barn and wagon sheds.

of bin food myself. But to get the and arose in time to see his hat run 3 wells. 140 fruit trees of __
food that I was sure was poisoned- I j I over by a truck. At a nearby restaurant > all kinds, in bearing; 12 grape '"V"-8" -"LV,.lvv", v 1.av\.v.w'i ..v.w 4

1 was obliged to have him do this very where he was drying his clothes vines of choice varieties. Sub- 1i'I

;j thing lie turned awfty, from her, but he said: "1 lost a aye dollar bat and ,soil of yellow and brown clay.
did not eat the next meal she broughthim. spoiled a suit of clothes for the bandl, ------- --------
I smuggled In some food for of a thirty cent umbrella. That would li miles from Kissimmee. 'i-- AGE NO BAR

him. ate a little of that the girl not be so bad.; but 1 see the handle is 19 acres in city limits, good
'i brought him and made away with the broken.-New York Tribune. Do You -
house and with
out-buildings
rest surreptitiously. The test fulfilled I II I 3 acres bearing orange grove, \ Appreciate I jj Everybody m Kls'moi_ Is Eligible '
of
the conditions. The whole length His Pood Work.,
tl truck land 1
15 acres fine ; artesian '
my alimentary canal became Irritated. The director of a prison received ai\ I
well that flows ACCURACY Old people stooped with suffering
This was the same symptom as Thurs- order after many years' service. H* over Middle
ton's. I didn't care to repeat the experiment bad all the prisoners called together 100 gallons per minute.For > PROMPTNESS, "i Youth protesting age: courageously impatiently fighting.\

and made the following speech to information write $ Children, unable to explain '
There was now nothing to do but them. PURITY, # All in misery from their kk3ney,.-
get the patient from ou$ the clutchesof "As you see. i have been decorated. :I.::.. cSG CO- COURTESY , Only little, backache Ant .
jj jji
dos too much loving nurse, but my by royal grace, with an order. Bat I Itlsalrres. FlMOOOOOOOOC ., Comes when you catch a cold. ,
cariosity; was aroused as to what pole willingly acknowledge that this baa -4t OOOOOOOOO I! Or when you.strain the back. > .
i and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING you have the Best \ Many
son she was using. I thought of been attained not alone 'by own I complications follow
my ,
i Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone us your wants Urinary disorders, diabetes. Brigbt'tl
watching 'her: as she prepared the merits but by the cooperation of all disease.Doan'ti.
And that wtll be .
food, but to do tfS l was Impracticable.I I of os. I can also declare with pleasure we assure you satisfaction yours. ; Kidney Pills. cure backache.' '.

would have tested the food chemically that since I have occupied this Cur every form of Kidney ills.

; but had no materials for the pur : office the number of prisoners has Increased \7V.\ L.. WINN:::: i KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. I Mrs Sarah E. Rexford, Kissimmee,
pose. I was puzzled. I from 400 to 700 a fact of Fla., lays: '"Our little'daughter suffered ' k'
I had among other instruments 1 which both you and I may be Justly PHYSICIAN AMU' 811 RO ION' i Phone 41Shoe i from a kidney weakness for four .
micro.rope proud"Condon TitBits.Curious years. She seemed to have no control
RBHIDENCB PHONB 83. Km.ian.s. the
over kidney secretions and this.
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2 till as.the regular Instrument but exe R.m.dls. Omen PnoHrP": FIXMUDA. weakness was especially bothersome at '
llent for Its grade. For the want of In some parts of England one of the -- ------ ------ night. We consulted doctors regarding
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her ease and tried '
many remedies. ,
f ,something' better I oneday took up best cures for a swollen neck: is to W. W. CARSON D. D. S. nothing brought any satisfactory result
I this microscope and brought It to bear draw a snake nine times across the *. Recently we learned of Doan's .
I ,OD some of the food I had eaten. Im-' throat of the suffering one after DENTAL PARLORS /g New StoreLadies' 4 Kidney Pills and procured a box fromthe
mediately the cause of the trouble which the snake is killed and Its skin: RIVERS BUILDING) ; Kissimmee Drug Co. I gave them
; was revealed to me. The substancewas sewed in a silken bag and tightly OVER O8CEOLA PHARMACY to the child as directed and they gave "
filled with One halrrf-not animal sewed around the neck. Another way the relief for which we had so long
fj I
,IJ I bat vegetable-hollow tubes spikedlike almost as good. Is to put the live make OFFICE 'HOURS I I J 8.1 To TQ 12 5 Mo..a,,, sought. Our daughter now has no
Children's Shoes trouble from her
and
. bayoheta. In a bottle. .Nrbich. Is tightly corked ? -- Gent's We are very grateful kidneys for tha whatever.. bepefit _
And thane things had been passing and burled near the roots of a ro-'o-' Doan'i Pills have ,
through Dick's digestive organs. No bush, and- as the helpless-snake -decays T. ]M. RIVERS, jft. D, HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE sale Kidney by all dealers. brought"For Price 50 eta '

I wonder that he was ilL A comparatively I the swelling in the neck of the I Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,sole
i few of them had made me feel patient will disappear PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON MARSH agent for the United States.
& WHIDDEN
' as If I had eaten hot lead. Seer Remember the name-Doan'i-and
; I took some of the food to a Java- I Fr. Handed. Office, over Osceola ,Pharmacy take no other. vrl

' nose man from whom Dick bad been I I Club Waiter (fishing)-1 dreamed last; I c Residence 53: STATE BANK BUILDING ,
buying coaee--i: showed him the hairs ,, night sir, that you gave me a sovereign. PHONKS-f r Glace 148 KissimmeeGranitoid
with the microscope and asked him Stingy Member-Indeed. James! ,; l'

I what they were. There a little blab for a tip. but-er- Stone Works',!

"Those." he said, "are bamboo poison you may keep It.-London Telegraph., Dr. F G. Thomason I Makes everything In Cement line,
( hairs so caUed from the fact that : : PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING such is Blocks, Piers for Houses Cement y
i I they are used by our people">who"'wish Not Exactlya. Compliment.Hwltt Sidewalk Tile, Porch Columns. e h
out of the way" Sewer!" Tile 8u>oe Step Chimney
to put some one -Ignorance Is bli Jew< After a consultation Dick and I de- You'd better gt yow Hfe ......... l Stone Can save you nearly onehalfon
elded that we didn't car to have any- H.witt-What for? Jewttt-loo'r* .- L. B. CRISSMAN half. piers the and Is better than brick;'one 1
i expense on chimneys.
Cbingto do with Javanese Jostle,' so liable to die of Joy.-Hew York: ThnssiQnrous. Office Phone 64 Residencel126 I I Wr III-do general
I I contracting In buUeS-
I advised him to keep on good termswltb I ., s E5I!i WIT.El5iES i log ont of wood stone or brick. Ce-
his "sweetheart" for a few days I GAME LAWThar Osccola Hard wore Co. i: moot work Inr all lines. All work
that be might get no more spikes) in Stranger-Did you ever reveal ;your i, guaranteed firsl-clas .
Ida stomach and get welL Nevertheless fishing bole to a friend Angler any!. DO o'"Kama liuntu I wasYue Forty Years Experience in Large Northern Cities. :i Arent for the celebrated Courtright
before he ate of the food she I I did friend his deathbed I metal Shingle. .
I any; One to a on t** Only First-class Workmen Em | oJ
?toyed. "
, gave him I examined it with my glaM. .-Brooklyn Life. PUNK'S CHILL TONIC 'B. DICKERSON Kto-P' tf
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, Then one fin* morning we walked If giiarntMd u rur rL4 Windmill and Pump Material -- -. -- -- -- ,
l.rhr-Cbal.and Fever S- -- --
away leaving the maiden glaring at I The man who Is too prod to ask for WMM _u. 21M:. 11-....,. tEb I
Dick: from the door where be bad said favors doesn't get uwy.abieagoItetwrdHerald. .botttatoe..lrt.i A.ktb.druc- PHQNE 88 Always on Hand. KISSIMMEE I 20 Old cents papers a hundred.for sale iA r

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KEELHAULING. Only' Chanoe 1 I I EPISCOPAL. Call for Democratic Primary r paper published in 'Maid: .oounty, a list of all ] Order To Do Business.
At least Dailies which base been en Bled ai candidatesfor \
:.a once Kev. David D. Kidd rector. such olft."o.JI'ORM. Treasury Department State of Florida. Ogre at

l Aa> OU' TIM.. Perm of Punishment P'... Bolo give a great Services every second and fourth Sunday Elections Comptroller. Tallahassee-Ne. I'.TWhereas
k .. dispense a I II OK BALLOTSThe by satisfactory evidence presented te
Offending Sailors. at 11:00 L m.I I voting: In salt primary shall be by ballot I the undersigned it han made to appear that
Hundreds of > "
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Yery few penons know what kelhanltnr Communion 2nd Sunday at morning lemocratlr ('Qmm/ttee.of.ceota ('pun in accordance with the prorHfouif of the late banking asAoetationunder the name of OtlasasBsnk
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(1 ; 1a, but before the advent of are Invited to 'I ty, ia the State ut Plurtcla. burebjr' call and pro primary law aa enacted! I!.". sold balleta Kiaslmmee located Kisslmmes. Florin. .
( best actors and I services. ridufor the hcVMlUK of a D-mocratlt primary hall be prlit.... and diitrlbuted uhdcr the dinxtloni -
form ) .
of
tram it waj a recognized and orcanised under the. Laws of Florida has
Guild first Tuesday.FRATERNAL election; be buld in compliance with, ..beIa..ol
.After of th meeting every to this ' .
one of ami .I.' ballot
committee
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pnnlhrn nt for offending saDora; and I. compiled .ltb.1I the provisions required to be
1011<1... earl ,prlmarv to be HO hAd In
Is said all sorts r shah t>v printed" only the namen surh'randl--
the Banking Laws of the State
with
compIled by
5 snore to be dreaded than even the rat "
\ II the
I.I Mid oouolT of the M..r Klortda. legalgedlmgplaceln
1 ti I .' a-brac are offered I SOCIETIES. dftter for lute and "National' offices an may be of Florida before an association shall be author.
I nine tail
,
eiMh election diMrut, Curing
I
I certified by the chairman of the tate .Kxecu- .
of the
a result bed to commence the business of Banking.Now.
: A. line was paused beneath the sb.lp : the Noun. need, l>) ice for the hoMniK! of ,.1....- I the Lnmmlll...-... and the chairman of the State
? of the Therefore I. A. C- Croon Comptroller of
from starboard aide part I 110..... oil Tlic-xlay IIKli day of May A I> 1"U' .
port to tearing MASONIC. Hional
I Cun rt Committee arraugexl la alphabctkal ..
echo "' I the State of Florida by virtue of authority ....
about a foot of alack under the keeL I any .pay' Orange Blossom Lodge, No. p4)). F. & for the nnmiiifttion.. ol .11 IH>ni< cratlc ran1ida I order. and next In order shall be print- in me br Section /'('.! ,.f the General Statutes ef
"get even It (.... for om.. ?*tat- 0..1 l rortnly. to be Tot..*i .
((The unfortunate tar's feet were se.enrl7 A. M. meets first and third Monday M! the names of the count) candidates. an that the Citisens
9 remonstrated fur l by the l niocratit.. elertort. at the ",general\ .
tied together and bee arms . ender aii may l>e prescribed hy thia commlHec Bank of KIa 'mm.... in the fount of 0.the ..-. and.
i mitting this nights in each month at 7.30: o'clock in elwtloii \<. toe held Not ember ,. r>K>. au Mo btatf
( I
z luted behind hi* back. In this beljv State of Florida l i. authorised to eammenos
lit and he 1 la .. Fraternity Hall.J. (>lutv >)>er condition h* wa attached to the fhe sod committee ,shall at noon, ou the 6th the business of llankinir under the name above.
for the two I
end of the line and dropped overboard I From whom M. Hansell. W. M. eimuniK t PRIMARYfronded. ymrs. day after such nmary or sooner If all the re- given with a capital" stock of Thirty Five thou&.1 -

not from me?" W. M.\ Carson secretary. tarns are In. meet at the county court house .. ><1 doll...
..,' ia smothering sea to be hauled I I Thai second priiuar "hero- nec* |I
Uagtxlne. I and publicly conrattbe return and declarewhat Given under my hand and neal I of aMiss this
-
alone under, the ship bumping and i emery uu I day of March. A D One Tbons
His tandldate bate been nominated by a ma- twenty-ebrhth"
II be heM ou Tuesday the Trtl day of Jour 1"10.
the bottom In the
scraping against
I "llow did you 'I KMGHTS OK PYTHIAS. Jon rote for each county office and iq whit and Nine Hundred and Tent.
elxxMt between the caitdl'latfii,
proceaa until h* was* ranked up on theappals I Friendship Lodge No. 10, meets everyWednesday ttt! hlfchet aces. a second primary a ill have lo be held A. CROOM..
house made
every on where uomliununail i not hair>eeii
aid. The punishment was and the chairmau and secretary of this committee 14-8t Tonintrnller Stats ot Florida.
in
at 7.00 o'clock fraternity
.. night bjr uiajorilT >ote iu 111flnl 1''m.U eta< lion
.- repeated until the victim became aneonackKts daylight ..., within! two days thereafter aha:! certify to ----
Hall.F. and at ouch and primary election only such /
"from fright or bruise, and : asked one burglar.Very tbecbklrman of the State Executive Committee'the Notice
elector a. were cioaltnrd to voU* at the fir t
onetime bj a refinement of cruelty easily," C. Bryan chancellor commander.R. primary election Khali be l..nnlUed to vote. result of sid .primary election in Said I Eatalc of A. C Mayfield deoeaMtd. iThe

E h. 'was allowed to remain under the selected a time O. Meek keeper of records and seal. The Democratic> Coniraittee calling said |'rl- ''Dount,.. .bo\ tn|{ the result <.if each precinct unde"'llfu..1 having been granteuCliaVt

I ... : and ,b.II..11IO( ct-rtif) tu the Chairman .of the I! t era Testamentary. upon the estate of A. C, Mayfield -
kip for a foil minute until b* was all drove to a mary elccUou in ronipliauce with I. hereby
I but drowned. Tb ahlp never was ; up 1 PYTHIAN SISTERS dorlar. the terms and conditionm. on which, Congressional Committee such result* to the dec....M9d h-reby gives notice to all ptsd*
ed while the D i candidates for Metnbera of Congress ... rnd
110. legateeo. r .li.t nbtnen tech l persons
I I become eaodidat-ei
topped while a sailor wa being keel- : No. 21 meetsI legal eleciont ofTerinierto
Kissimmimrner
: out of the front Temple regifded''I The opinion as to canvass and rulings of the having rlarmaordemands against said estate,
election shall
to tote at tuch be
or
keeled. and If sometime the strain on the furniture."- I I every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and taken ai Groper members of the temocratic I County Committees ball be final a. to count lo present then duly authenticated within th*
1 the line was too great and It paned; I candidates inclodinc members" of the Lcctslatnre. ,
1| except the fourth Thursday, at which parry, and therefore entitled to participate andherandidatea !, time prescribed! by law or be forever barred.
leaving him to down bound and before t such primary. I
go 1 ISM ELLA L MATFIELD. Executrix.Guardian's .
p time meeting will be held pt 7:30. before, and rote at inch electiouaso
hslpl.** to an ocean grave. nobody j i follow I I The following assessments on Candidates\ ....1.1I - - -- .

{, .. was held responsible for his death but Pearlie E. Bryan M. E. C., : hereby levied for tbe .various olft....enumerated. Notice.

).' $If at was reported to the) log a* an act Do not j Mabel R. Over-street M. of R. & C. .QUALIFICATIONS OF CANDIDATES i I Member of House of Representatives 1(..m Notice U that
hereby the undersigned
i "i': ':, a* PreTidenc- j of mist covering OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79. W. O. W. tIt_ and only those persons shall be per I CountyJudce. .... . . li.oo given *
\ guardian of the person and estate of Yore en.1 -
by too hastily second and fourth muted to become candidate before or to vote County Aamseor of Taxes. .. . 50.00 :
'k ; great for the Meeting nights : minor. child of J. F. Crews, deceased, will make'
,.: . andgawau the I .. star Mrtlclpttn la the. management of any prl.aoary Ta Collector .. .. ....... ... 150.00
6 ,< but mariner that tit application ta the County Judge of Osoaola Cooaty.
.ptata joy -
,. permit Tuesday 7.90 p. m. : . ', .. . .. .
j' ejection h. Id by the Democratic party In Treasurer. .. ...... ... . bo 00
snrrlred Florida, at his eraee In Klselmme. Monday.
who once the experience tookeod H. T. Stanford C. C. on
mencement: said count' who art white Democratic electors, SuperssotofRegistrlon---------. :
the ZIrd day of Msy. 1t10. st 10 o'clock ... f or
a.
W car* never to do anything to which light r \\ B. Johnson Clerk who declare their adherence to the principles County Prosecuting! Attoroer. .:.. .30UIO! ) .
- i4 a order to sell"pri..ta or public sale all the
merit such a terrible punishment of Democratic I S.OO
= and organliaUon the .rty-N. echoed Commiasioner
The longer& - right" title. Internet and claim of the said minor la'.nd
apIII.-law York Free. tional State! and CountT-who are by the law County Commissioner. :{..00Juiticeof '
ro i I to the fallowing. described land lying and being -
main hanging Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R. of the State lawful electors of the dirtrwt in the Peace, 2.00
situate In t said town, county and state to wttj
which to vote, who hare paid lhir Constable l.uu(
HIS WIFFS TRIUMPH. flowers the iheyoTer L 1 Lot t of block .'of Robert Baas' addition to the
Meets the first and third Wednesday doe the second Saturday in :
.. -Richter. poll taxes legally I The following... hereby appoin. and des- town of Kiasiramee:City. All persons having oh.
..-- 1 in each month at 2 the month preceding( such primary ele tlo...
p. m. gusted as Inspectors and Clerk of said election factions to ths granting of said order will file the'
A Memesite That Wa Inspiring *. aDd challenged bY elector. '
whoahalL
Hall. Comrades w neo any
r. Fraternity Visiting' I same with the County Judge aforesaid on or before
I Jehri Richard Green. -- invited. pledge in writing upon oath before an inspector Precinct No. 1. KiMlinmee M Pbann.Ira said date
I GENERAL t cordially ,his honor to abide by and support the remits F W W 8 Har.
4 It has be.en the fat of many men of \\etherbee. Stalker ra-ecU>n. PEARL ADDISON
O. DERBYSHIRE. G. E. TARBOX, of such, primary and vote for the nominee
j letters to hare W bealtb bearing them : well. Clerk Guardian of Vere Crews s minor.

<... as they struggle <"> toward Ut- I Adjutant. Commander., tber.ol.LIST Precinct No. 2. Shingle Creek-Walter Moan Ft. Pierce. Fin.. April UMh 1910. 17-St
Of the Churches I to" OFFICES TO BB TILLED BY THE ley. WelterBron.ou. W W Ivey. Inspectors: H
acaleTemeuta. Thus In
rtary beset re- Preaching at si Cloud DEMOCRATIC!: PRIMARY ELECTION I I.0.............. Clerk. Notice to Creditors
.... U- were Sterwosoa. RIchard .
eties of Each atector In the said county,qualified to Precinct No. t Campbell W Clark. D VJohnson.
Jsffllij and J. B. G..... Each of Sunday school every Sunday 9.30 Notice is hereby given to creditors, hairs"
in aaid election, aha 1 have Ihe V
vote primary Z T Rills, Inspectors: Raymond .
...... It happened. bat a Uc, hearted 1 L m. Preaching first and third Sundays right to **.. U said pilmaxiea for- Lanier, Clerk. diatrlbuteea of the estate of Tempi A. Minx
deceased that 1 have been appointed administrator
wife to keep him eren to belp Etta 6.45 second oaadtdate for United Btatea Senator.On ...... Marion
top 'j'I at 10JOs.rn.and p. m., One Precinct No. 4, Pe born-T N of the afeovs. named estate, sad that all

with tbs actual labor of wrltm* "TTi and fourth Sundays at S p. m. tf. *oaadkdata for Repreaentatlta. la Cencres a Warren, K 8 rmrtln. Inspectors B Williams: persons having claims against th* estate most

,r, a r Lit aad letter s>f J. H. G_" show Two can4 slur Justice of the Supreme Clerk. preaent. them duly authenticated for settlement

forth a treat and .irt maIL They I Court. Precinct No. 5, Crabb W B Nettles, N 8 within the time prescribed by: law, \
Btount. David Rmulerson. Inspectors; A Kubanks. -
*a... too a wife who aympathy aDd Notice of Application to Sell Real Two candidates for Railroad Ooanniesloner.One Kieaimmee, FU.. CLABENCK A. MIXX:,
.Clerk
Bunyan candidate for State Auditor. .
--- April n. 1910. Adminlatrator of said Batata.Notice .
twUlMe-1IeIped to make his a1o.O Estate. JILL H. Hakes. Dec'd. .
Sunday School t.superintendent One candidate for member of the Hovse of PnetoetXo." "httJob. Baladen.
fjltahmsnt' poaulble.la B Bass f 1 Godwin Randolph
T.an whom H may ..-.: KenreaeatstlTsuOne Inspectors;
of
copying the vast amooot of oaanocrtpt I Notice hsreliy that ea.the ltk dar.1 ...,. candidate) for County Judge and Jodceef TonnC, Clerk DissolBtfca ;.

ef her hosbaad's books f Ire. __ Preaching' 11 a. A D 11*. I willOmote...... M .""-. r doe c..tr County: Covrt. Precinct No. 7, Baaslncer W Chandler, i I.The partnership'baretof ore existing under the

'I j .. dews coatracted writer cramp and Prayer meeting Judge d c-tr.Florida for .. seder to One ea..d'or( County ProeeonUne Attornay. -. Jas.A. elements. Cb... Campbell. Inspectors; name of Blgham a Farmer wherain w......*

... forced to.. atop aging her right I B. Y. B. U. ..u e&prtvar.r pat, c sie fer .... p.y..t of j W P ndevhilt. Clerk. .ham. of Tampa n... and U .. Farmer at Nor*

MaIL This looked. ute a bat obatak I Visitors always ........ tM f........ d.rribd -1 ..ta.a .... One nda a for Couaty Asseasor of T.".... I Precinct No. a. Narcoosiee-John W Tiaon. i oooaee. .....wore general ..-.. la this.abrtk
aid Ja.r B. flak...dsss.d. One candidate for Tax Collector. at Lamona, R L> aVnns. Inspectors: f W Hill Yl
> ta tbs way of the Invalid\ who did pr0pwt1.t UwItoato I day d AprU. A D. 11O.drssorrad.
_.eJa of his thinking to bed and could U O.o.ul. Comity. rtorkU. tonwtt: One candidate for County Treaaurer. i Clerk. "-- : PlUtS her ._.... lOud It ., Block IK. ud tot ODe candidate Quparrteor of Reciatratlon. F W RIlL T M MURPHY -

sat writ hlmseU. Bot MIL Green S. S. Snyder, au......9 d hbak 1e of...._., at. Clod.eeordbog Every: elector In each school board district/ 1 Secretary. Chairman. I
trst to work at one learning to writ to Uw plat at std towm AM laAc .... shall bar the right to vote for ono C&DtUda"1

with her left hand. Sunday School of tfef Clerk; .T tl.. OreoH Court la .... for member of the Board of Public I' .Notice of Final Settlement and

.' ODe of her first practice pare which Parker eoutr.Ako. from such district ,.

; she was about to destroy with the rest i Christian Iota aumb nd M. &T ud M. taFMhte o.etr. 12. E vary elector In each County CommlaaionersDistrict Application for Discharge.TO Cafe LaRue

her huaband took quietly and pat In I Preaching: ... ST. 8. rage a. K.: eeontlac to .... l>hit ahall hare the right to vote for one candidate ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : I

+ '- ... tds pocket Tears afterward when HIhsalfh Sunday at It a. of....PMIIIII| and I.-t Given** for County Oommlsaloner from such Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned,

seemed 'unbearable aDd In dl.tour..reement . mti. neonMratodt,.b4_of Mid McUoa U. DlNrict 1 as guardian of Ira W. Lea minor, will oa Monday .(
?x Prayer All POTMMM havinsobjMtion fo UM srmntiiir of Every elector in each Justice DiMrtct to-wit;. the mh day: of June. A. .D. 1910. st 10
could
he felt that h* not
Thursdays before std ord. will m. tS. wmi*, with th* GoaatrJade : Koa.. 2, s.and 5 shall. hare the right to Tote for o'clock. a. m.. present my final report. for eo.
work be used to take out that piece of I Sundays at TAO *
\ paper, a Urine record at his 'w fe'a trt- Visitors most Falls Vo-... Co... WALTER I. KKLIAG. Peace in their raapectlTe district ola County Florida and will SDply to said @

nmph over difficulty.> When be saw i April 9. 1911. Encnloraf said Eatat Bach elector in each Justice District to-wlt: Court for my dScbarge a< guardian of said

the painful, patient stroke* by which Cervices. 1&-6t S.... X.S. t and .s shall hare the-rlght to rote for minor. JOHW )I. Lag

its tireeo. had learned-to writ with - one candidate for Countable In their respective. 51-t mothly Guardian -

her left hand ba could work en with Inline of the Peace Diatrtet.COliVKNTION. .

something near to Insplratlen. I A. M. Notice Estate of C. H. Fountain Dec'd. Agency for

Preaching first KMat C. A. Cummins d.a.nd Each elector ahall bav the right to rote err Nattoe is hereby given that the underminedadolinlntrator ;

f Trick. i Kotioa ill aannj'' rhraa to" ......u-. and d tnbutMa or against a State! Conrention. and there shall of the estate. of C H Fountain

Th Monkey days of each at tha aalatoaf C. A. ......-...rln.lannl.that DpUpOIl the ballot, after! the names of the deceased, will on Monday the 12th daY of September Young & Gaithcrs
". The coratec of -the New York son m. .. .....d.4.-.- the 'Toe Convention"
p. a> ...... ot Oaraoat eama r.i ... bas appointed words a next make final settlement of his administration -
was praising tae tateUlceoco uJL .-- I' Bible School armor adaunaantor ot ta. .aboraad .. and."Against a Oon...ntton." so that the question ol said estate and apply tor his

M7L superintendent; ___ --. that all paraoaa aaTtac alit : a. to whether or not the eoaveaUoa shall dianharg*ai sqckadminiatralor I Ice

t .' : PaOadetpUa ...,- h. aald.wa*. tent .........w eta mM Nast tau duly ... be called by the State Democratic Executive: : < 'March. ib.(5l0.NC( BaTaH. Administrator 11uaoGtaVdiaa's

-t> asjrrylag eat PewaltMt are*** OM aXt- la -l.il wttaiataa fir iiiaMritiarl btr law fo.aattlaflaaat Committee shall be determined at each primary rcarntDelivered.
Christian election by tae elaotore of this Stats.
no** wall .f a sodden aa organrlBder's.Uttlo Notice
moavkey evening at 6..30 -C. K FRXVATT. aerie.lsdt TIME roB QUALIFYING

Taej( irla.le.-s grlgf roppsdtidi.. Prayer : : ss-emst. Adorl.fa.M_. Each pea--deslrsaf to bare. his name printed Mates is ...... ... *- that WDnam R. ..... .

poor ... Thursday on the Primary gleraioo ballot as a candidate ......- et' the sateen and estate ofOaosn
teacssd. give ery
Tae) Phlladalpalajs Aa Notice of Final} Settlement and tor any eennty ....,. shall flU with" the. *[). McQnaiaV. a mica. tetaai.. aa the I4tk
a half dollar. and haatamad away. f Mar.A. D110.. at M dock .. ..
? 11 .,.Iriss committee. on or before: .the day* a s as9tr -
Mar later, ratnralag throogh Market Application for Discharge. flab day of April ADItiO. his entice. of candidacy t* ta* CoaatT Jade* of Osninla Canatp.FlarUa. r

li ''t sjtreet. hs saw tM aaana organ grlasta S... T. MoUes ai aarebr rT nM that the p.dr+tsn.d : and application to haa his name so at ter .... In tae City: ef Kaaaasae*. In Any Quantity

and Just aa he psssiil th* awatUDaratgaba Preachinc .- I Adadalatrator of la* aa.... of Jerry M.ratter. .. petard upon a bank to b* furnished by the for........... te sell at private sale aD tke rsxat .

dropped dead, and th* grtadesTa evening. dausssal.-wiU oa -....,. Jsly rid, said chairman and aocota pasted by the amount title and uatanat ef said anaar la ..> Ss tke lot ,

rattle was eresr are pUifal then t>e- Sunday School laN, aia-r-r taal ealtlsaiaal wltk the Coutty, of kit aaaaanasnt .. ....,and belew, and nosussi bwisg dmsrud red rt..ta bog a.d hors la

i .: Th Phlladetphtan: gave a .... hdp of 0ec>MIa 0 0aa&7..... of F3.rt. andapatr i of aay each eaadtdat*shall b* printed tile eo- ., 0I1eeIIIa V Bros d Fr.Na M

T grln4. wle IV-" operintaodsot. for anal dlacfcarr....*d........... .....es_.....or returned If printed upon.saxy wit: TV sialki kaaT at Inter (1J ta k.*ck"." Old paper can be bought a& thMi-
i. 'y.g11.. e Prayer -- ..... .,P.rt.kti AdIS..r grim... at Wants hoodred. Jest what)
\ I 7x4. r wMMa; Mt ....sa. IX. B.L D. OTaaaTma. sank ballet,. this prevtaie. shall par
.- Mvgb.dMt DlPt. AdalaL.tasler......., ksa. e bean asm sllsj rttk. said.ehatnsaa aaallIsssiilalilf WILLIAM S MtQUAW need ta pat,aDder TOOT' carpets-

t ..... Ge colt e.au.-O(i Choir practice ...... / ..left M ...... Ilinrr-r'- to sae i *. ..... w.,.... A.a.-. .. ..R.A....... age aka w

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