Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 13, 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: VID00437
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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HE COMMENCEMENT building Itself would be a credit to'a -. nor Ann Lee, but simply "The Highest WiTHUNCEOfTRUTH .
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much larger city and it 'is 'equipped Special Meeting Board. of trade.I' .. Good," and while they esteem the Bible ,

.. I'' with'the* most modern conveniences.: they consider much of U secular writing, ., .

11'\. , 'eraSes of the bscebb Hfcfc i School The teaehen, eleven in number, are .*:' "T7"4 1" ',' _, and bellev. In continuous revelation. ''Mr. WiHis' B. Powell Tats Against

both earnest and efficient,,and one hM This baa I led them to aceephplrltualiaill'rThey
.. Enjoyed By the Patrons, and !, only to meet and converse with .the On account"of the 'Commencement exercises' are temperate, frown uponrtobae-' Those,. Who Would Misrqre- .

Friends of the'School children entrusted to them to become Osceola High:School being held on Monday night,. the reg- cq,,e rno meat, and cancer Is unknown Sept Honda's Climate '

...*. i convinced of that, fact. As a further ."ular meeting of the Board of Trade was'postponed until* tonight . among them'-.: ,Thom thi/ the egete- -..,.".._" .
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School hM just evidence of the extreme- capability of rlana may perhaps draw some comfort.
The Osceola of High the most successful the principal and teaehen this school (Friday) at 7:50 o'clock' and it I is desired that as '. Being: species; of,' Quaker they'are'notcombatant. ::Tbe followlnjj..article Is. the reply of
tr completed one Mr: Willis. Powell,-of Tampa, to the one "
,t years In its history with a splendid. It I.only.nece_ ry'to read the honor many members! be present as can find their w y.to do so. They amassed considnble writtenby the of
the Board
roll, published in another. column and wealth through their Indu.qyo.but secntary
ries of commencement exercises. There are' several matters that demand the immediate of Commerce;of Los Angeles, California. ' "'i.
see how pupils neither absent the Merna-"to,be !
In last week'*.Valley Gazette was an. many were money! slipping: In which he '
Recount of the contest for the Canon nor tardy during the entire<< year attention of the Board, as they affect the welfare of every,, away wlthHthe membership. compared. the climate.
of
California
that
which took place and the numbet of them who made the .The explanation of the Sbaker''aIw.y to, of Florida/very' /
.Declamation Medal citizen of town and ,
'our county much to"the detriment the latter: .
themto numbers ,
u the first number. on the week's pros high averages sufficient to entitle small their present ,
fast Thursday night. have their names-on the roiL E. L. LsstEY, President.. decline Is to be found, of course in ---- .e.* ii;

gram Friday, morning, May 8, all grades The school under its present management R. O. MEEK, Secretary. 'p .:" their doctrine of"ceHibacy. They 'do I admit that winter tourists' begin"I a'

through the sixth, in the presence of is a matter of pride'and a source not.oppose marriage for others, but leaving south' Florida the middle of rat

I and frlendlaecelved handsome of much gratification to the people of .. they hold that the wedded state,, prevents February 'They are still'leaving:', 't

,, i i. parents certificates of promotion: The happiness KlBsimmee, ands. matter of Wonder to the 'attainment of "angelic or- Many,stay until the first of July. Some
, of
our people to the northern seashore
go ,
, ders. 'The
in receiving our visitors Shaken have been so
,,, of the young of their people year's good work Prof. Evans .iz d his most capable unique factorin..American.life and so others to the mountains But In. three ;
, recognition esteem BROWARD AND TALIAFERRO that their deelins yearnieeidence In Florida, I never witnessed
, was something on..ldom-.; teachers ve-held In'bleb by.our wholesomely picturesque -

,, Miss Wilder and two of< her pupils, citizens for the high standard they have is mon than 'pathetic. It is an from an exodus'' ""like rats fleeing
a leaking ship. .But I Trill add
titherLee set and maintainedSICK ethical disaster.-New York World.
t and
Pherigo ,
Misses Porchie .
that the !
tI at Southern Pacific
Then, is a colony .of Shaken near passenger

ri i furnished Friday evening music on came this occasion.the of class the senior night I IN ASTRANfif LAND WILL RUN THE RACE-OVER condition Cisilmmee, and, that the is members Jn a very an prosperous counted oMcs I spent at two Los hours Angeles In,line on waiting June I,to J900 boy', ,II.

: .program. The members I railroad ticket .to New Orleans and' 4
my ,
desirable residents
.. class were in charge, and to say the A Young Woman III and Penniless : i among the most in spent over an hour in' line before' I'got'
this county. They .raised pineapples
It i audience present was pleased,
large Arrives i in Kissimmee. that took the gold medal at the Jamestown a chance at the sleeper clerk. And ,
the'cm .
t does not fully state e But Jackson for Railroad Commissioner and Exposition, and raise for market when I left Los Angeles'then was not
The following nrogram was rendered, Saturday night last a young woman berth
the
an empty on train. The day
,f J and all the pars% ere well performed: arrived in this city and stated that she Clark for Congress are Easy Winners-Hicks as fine fruits and vegetables'in, of Florida.every coaches) firers. so crowded that people
character
1. Music . .-. . .Orchestra came from Tampa, and procured roomsat u are grown stood up. I will state further that it
became violently and Acree Almost Tied and Will Take the Sec- This colony owns seen thousand acres ,
a 2. The-Presldent's Address the Inn. On Sunday she hot that that '
.t of land but little of It is used for fruit was so 'on train the .win- 4
.. Annie Bryan Canon ill, and when she was questioned dews wen kept closed to keep the desert
and Primary to Determine Which Shall Represent rowing, trucking and farming.
to who she was and where she
Wilson Pherigo as
4 8. Class History.Rhea winds from stifling the paae n....

.. 4. Class Song lived she declined to answer, merely Osceola County'in the Legislature.At v. It was nearly 100 when I left'Los AD-

he 5. Class saying that she was an orphan, her I geles-It way'110 at Indio;124 at Yuma.

t.I ResolutionsBessie Fail Moseley father having died before she was born At Uvalde; 'Teu.-w.--tbrew-onepu.; :.;:

6. Class Poem Virginia Tiller and her mother while she was yet an Tenders a Vote of Thanks to the senger oft the train who bad died1 of .

," 7. Music Battle May Graves infant, but no amount of questioningcould this time it is impossible to definitely state the exact vote tfefe lily Co nciJ. heat enroute. (Write coroner Vvalde,
... 8. Class Will. .Marguerite Blackwell induce her to tell her name or give Tex., and substantiate this statement)

.tm.t.a 9. Class Prophecy Erie Winn any clue as to who she was or where several candidates for office, both state and local, received in the At the regular meeting of the V. L S. It was on this train through southern

.. 10. Music . Orchestra her relatives or triends- could be fot\nd Tuesday afternoon, May 10th, a vote of California I wrote story entitled
my _
but i statementthat
in to
Tuesday returns
primary on enough are justify'the
When her condition became known to Council
.011 11. Class Play. "The Home 'Guards. thanks was tendered the City !"Hell on Wheels."

.'.. CHARACTERS the Pythian Sisters, that band of ..noblehearted Taliaferro and Broward are just about tied for United States for their'irenerous help in donating $25 Take the range of weather forApriL. '.

.Mhis Mn. Brown .Annie Canon women immediately made ar- to the fund for street signs. The committee
Senator and it will take the second to determine which will be Our hottest day ben was a rang of nineteen
Aunt Debby . . Bessie Moseley rangements for her proper treatment primary on street signs had collected alike hottest
deereee-7OW' there
day
... Matilda Brown. . Rhea Pherigo procuring a physician, and nune and amount, and by the help of the
voted for by the ,next Legislature for that position. L'Engle polled less was a range of fortYrtwo degrees.
Miss Euphemia Armstrong otherwise providing the 'unfortun.ewOl1lan Council can procure twice as many And then' deride Florida '.
Virginia Tiller with everything -necessary in than five-thousand votes, although that was a greater number than was signs. -The committee has had considerable you weather." ;
I admit you' have mounalni-and
Miss Susan Armstrong her destitute and helpless condition, and work and trouble studying maps,
conceded him. snowballs and highballs and roads fire
'a.L,/ Marguerite BlackwellA will continue to do so until she has been generally hunting up the names of the streets -
Inches deep with talcum powder. You
.Mrs. Long . . . ,Battie May Graves restored to health or has passed into For Railroad Commissioner W. K. Jackson, of Lakeland, is elected and trying to locate the street of every also have less rain in a than .
'''Mollie Weaver . Elsie Winn the keeping of Him who cures all ills. ] e contributor accurately and to avoid any year we rat
safe majority, Jout it will take the complete returns to deter- have/In a month. I admit that a DIM"J
by a
uwnd 8, the annual It is learned that some few have : possibility of error, a committee of ladies
Sunday morning, May a faucet controls your water supply.
osaale. commencement sermon was preached in questioned correctness of our women mine whether Burr or Blitch shall fill'the other commissionsl ip. will call upon all contributors Tuesday Down hen we .... In league with the

the school auditorium by Rev. C. A. showing such attention to one whose '. afternoon May 17th. and would ask Lord u regards rain. He has never

the Owens, of DeLand, on the text: "Let put is unknown and who comes amongus Clark outclassed Zim for Congress at every point except the East u a special favor to them that they be been known to turn the water off froma
with sealed lips and an empty purse, prepared to give them the correct name I
I.a every man take heed how.he.buildeth. of will Coast, and will Succeed himself for another term of two-years. I poor man.while the rich with, money, ;
but the our people There
Mr. Owens his large audience a great mass of their street or streets. a "
gave to'p.y.. can get tit.lif., giving fluid.;
masterly and eloquent sermon on "char never cease applauding the Pythian The question of a State Convention was overwhelmingly ,defeated: map in the ,Council chamber with the Your mountains... all right for a backgrourKl
Sisters for thus extending a helping streets marked out, also Mr. S. H. Bullock [
rod acter building. the people being satisfied with the system' it is at but they raise no sweet pota- .
generally primary
.. occasion renderedby hand to one of their sex in distress. The :,whose offtce.i In the fraternitybulJdlne ,
- Music for this was .., toes. 'I admit'you have snow stormsin
oaJIe' ladies chorus act proves they are women real women will render anyone,/assistance
malequartette, present conducted. \ ,
.. a a. ApriL It ll a wonderful sight. I
"" And by other singers from the choirs of Christian women, charitable women, s-i p' J n in locating their street that call upon have 'teen varieties ofeath.r
,cIQ. women 'that all true manhood and There was,only one office ln.the county that. was contested: that fifty-seven
the various churches. .. .
,
f I II ._, him.A in b' b-ty-/our hours hi'L ;, 1
honor. '
I tile Mr. Owens was assisted in ,the service womanhood resolution was passed at this meek
of Representative in the'Legislature, the aspirants being M. J. Hicks Angeles and I know you an telling the
the
It matters not who womanis
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octa by the ministers of the town. poor Ing .requesting the City Council to enforce truth. ,. ,
t.... On Monday morning pupils of the or what her past has hoer, it is C. S. Acree and S. J. Triplett. Hicks leads Acree by a smalfmajority, the ordinance regarding the penning -

,wH | above the sixth were'promoted.. nough now to know that she is sick, of cattle at night. The soeIety'kattention My friend Wiggins has invited me to'come
. the grades and it will require the second to decide which is the choice of to Los
< oh.e On this occasion Miss Wilder with two penniless and in a strange land, and primary : has been called to this matter Angeles at New Year's

tile' more of her pupils Misses Violet Gil- those who have remarks to make would the people.' by several people, and it 'is hoped the and he would feed me on strawberries :y

r ha- bert and Leona Roberson furnished the display more Christian manly womanly proper authorities will see to it that the and liYe'III.. AI, bath-in the 'oeaan.That's .. .

music. spirit were they to refrain from.doIng E. L. D. Overstreet is retained as a member of the Board'of County ordinance Is rigidly enforced.It wonderful to a, Floridian, We, .

. Monday evening'May 9, the regular so at least until she has been restored was suggested that a street sprinkler have strawberries) from.Thanksgivfac; Vi
Commissioners from the second district Ackies Bass"succeeds J.
.u111& to health.A : to the 4th of July, and we bathe every e
graduating exercises took place. The was a much needed article of im- '

- following program will give some idea man once said, "Judge not thy erring S. Stratton\In the.third; Oliver Bass succeeds Elmer. Bass tn the fourth; provement during'' this''long drouth toby d.yIn the year;,.Including Saturday
brother for under like nights! in Florida.. W. can further
harshly conditions go you -,
of th. events of the evening: the dust and keep the streets from
..sae thou night have done worse," Sid Pearce succeeds J.,Ii. Walker in the sixth, and. E. L. Lesley, succeeds It also =we can feed you on ."alligator'?'
!Htaa.awn. Music. . . . . . . . . . . Orchestoa blowing away. was suggestedthat bananas and
and the same might be said of woman the street crossings could be great i pears mangoes gases, a
.. . Blasshrgame himself in the first'
.Miss Nancy
Reading. . few other fruits which''canDOt'M' '
kind. This woman I. sick, destitute ,
ial all poor IT improved by using marl them. .
!Invocation. . . Rev. J. T. Mitchell upon Mx
..hetro.al and penniless.. .Treat.her kindly For Member of the School Board W. C. Bass succeeds himself frownhthrhid of 9strn...
Music-: ". . . . . ..v. .. . Miss Wilder ; as It is"hoped every member of the society ,
whoever: she Is or was-it will make I will be present the next meeting; 1.'am glad. ,you rung In somethlae
,Essay: "Build the More ManJ does B. E. Brown but It. will
4x require complete returns to determine about
Winn you happier, and God wMl' record .your and ''that 'each Individual member will alligaton-that Is the usual stereotyped
Ions Ol! 1jygoul".East.
Essay:,"Mine Own State act in the Book of Time.AMUSEMENT. whether John H. Baisdvn of Whittier or Willis Chandler of Bas.ineerl use her but efforts to interest ,.othershi Jnslgnia tof bitterness against

- . . . . Annie Canon the work the society is ,attemQthgWORK'HAS Florida You I can always. find It, onevery
,
and
People" PARK will iiII'the position now held b.y.J. B. Tumblin. '- to do. -., article ptxindlng Florida,Just Ilk.
Z .
Essay- "mll.." . .. ... Virginia Tiller ,
wIMRo If nsl&, . . . . . . . . . . Orchestra I, 'J. L Overstreet for Tax Assessor; C. L Bandy for: Tax Collector: BEGUN a cartoonist.always,'prints "soap" onany .
.
eYe Literary Address. . . . . Dr. Thaxton I To Be StartedVt Pine Island Point old box used to embellish his ptctun. ->,
t tier" B,C.. Miller for Treasurer;: Q, F. Kribbs for County. Judge and J. L. I want to tell you that yon have
.,...teaAIL'. BestowingDiplomas{ ,1 I in the Near future. II' __ mon '
alligators
out at
.. Reading! Honor Rolls r. . R. M, Evans Moon for Prosecuting Laid Rate your;alligator .
had Sewer the
, Awarding Medals ) I Messrs Baker and Kythejr of Buffalo Attorney no opponents and will therefore. fill Pipe Being at farm in captivity than there an rung:

- Music . . . . . . . . OrchestraThe N. Y., experienced amusement people their! respective offices for another term. of One Block, : a, ay. ning,wild day Horidau<:/. ;2? 'i',

following medals were awarded: ,- have leased Pin Island Point, Juatacl'Olll The work of installing a'sewerage' i If you wani; $ to tolkf:(t weather<< further, ;
th. lake from Kis'simme and The returns so far received from this county show that Broward :
Fof' general ;;excellence In High system in our' town is now well 'under I will:hire a' hall in conjunction with:,y

School-Rose medal-i-Miss Virginia Til will open an up-to-dateamuaement'...'"' ' received 95 votes Taliaferro 164. L'Engle 55, with precincts 7 and 3 way, and will "be completed in ample yourself anywhere,' from the'Pecos 'val4ley '. M
park there. usewhen to.the.pir fields of Beaumont' and' ,
time for : the water mains are ,
te. ler.For Mr. C. D. Ryther, who will be the to hear from for Railroad'Comnoissianer Blitch 83 votes \ '
yet received ,
;
geheral excellence in Grammar ,, laid and the artesian'wells'' sunk'. Thecontractors I enter Into a, t&lkfest Marathon on cli,:'
B.... general manager of the7 enterprise., began I matte conditions
of the
School-Rose medal-c-Miss Ruby completing'about on.I two sections;
< Burr 82. Jackson. 184, with precincts 7 and 3 to hear from;; for Repre&sentative are
For excellence in mathematics-Katz. yesterday with a force of men to : blockja day....and at That rate-the entire pill! ,glreyqu your:..?no n II"'Y9Ui': : T ,*'

medal-Miss Lottie Adama. clear the grounds, and ge ,things\ln Hicks received"19T. "votes. Acree" 164, THplett S'Wtf1 system will be Installed"by the first of ,""sensible temperaturethroWV m t
Fell essay medal, Miss Annie Carson. readiness for opening up business, -t-itr-' t July. few snowballs for good measure, 'and""
which he expects to do in about sixty precinct 7 yet to be-counted, . heat
Principal Evans announced' that be- When this system I. completed Kis you with 'both hands tied behind'' .j

e, ginning next year Mr. R. O. Meek days.In. A complete tabulated statement of the returns will be printed next simmee will be in a position to claim the my back._. h'
would give a medal for the best declamation the beginning the amusements will f'. ,** '. I right of being one of the most modem : -- .. '
consist of bathing boating, skating, week. Now for the Second
by a boy in the High School and up-to-date cities in the South and Primary
and the announcement greetedwith etc., but about November tat, other a
was
one that.has made greater advancement -The following telegram was" received'at'thia
features will be added, and it is -
hearty cheers. proposed Shaken the past year than any other town in office yesterday from Governor \
i 4,000 in the country; today there
to run a full line of carnival features THE SHAKER COLONY
The exercises most interesting, '
ers were are fewer than onegthousand, scatters Florida. The city already owns the Broward: "

especially the class night of the graduates Mr. the Ryther winter states season that he will posi- in fifteen colonies electric light plant! which has proved s/ Jacksonville Fla., May 12th1910.;: '

and were a clear demonstration tively not allow gambling devices of At Union, Village, Ohio, Goes Into Because the Shaken have always bee source of considerable- revenue'sold aboveexpenaes'Ithough To the Democratic Voters of Florida 1

.of the thoroughness and efficiency any kind, or' other objectionable feat: the Hands of a Receiver. a harmless, lovable inoffensive folk of greatly reduced prices lights u compared sare at to No one has been nominated for-the'office ,k ''
clean
but will
school. tures. run a up-to-date
I tie marked individuality, they have made a towns where the lighting.privileges are of United States Senator"on May a
best
such with
place, as our people
under the News that the property the Shaker
Kigaimrnee High School owned be.ldeallht- '
their wives and children: can deeper impression on the country than by private parties, 10th. I am a candidate for'the nomination
'able supervision of Principal Evans, patronize. Colony at Union Village Ohio has gone ing! the streets to the remotest sectionsof in the
He will .also operate a refreshment many a much larger sect, and they have the primary on June 7th and
And if the
rank. second to none in the state, in into the hands of a receiver and that the city. same businessability sincerely ask those"who'
booth. figured rather extensively In story and : Is displayed by our Council in believe 1 beat
fact Yew; very few towns of this size, Excursion boats wjll be operated colony itself will probably soon be novel. managing! the water works and ita use represent their views to "Vote for, m. .

.. anywhere can approach it. In the from this city to Pine Island t which wiped out by the death of Its venerable They anticipated the prophecy of An- by our people as is displayed In the operation on June 7th. Quickly ask )bAr"Wig-"" 'f
I matter of educating the children thepeople will give all who desire to visit the park member, call. attention ,to the slow of the electric light plant, and .
to do
borg the
ample opportunity to do so. me Beaant.; she of the ..trallnaight, by there to doubt same. ,I' am deeplv" ,
ntlttltusoftV ,Js no reason that It will
of the oldest
communistic religious
of Osceola ,County have shown This will fill a long felt want, a* KIs- passing more than a century accepting: Anne the same 'results will be achieved-It grateful for the patriotic support alread ;l:,;: ,
great progressiveness! nor have they simmee has been short on amusement. body;in the United States says the Lee, alias "Anne tip Word?" and will be a paying proposition from the given. me20lt L ,- ,'-#g ,
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'been niggardly in supplying the funds features for some time. I Detroit Free Press. In 1887 there were "Mother Anne," as a reincarnation ol day .it is Installed. *,'4. ;B.,B O''AaD-, ., "-''T ." .

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w 'ry information concerning proceedings ......Shut and--.Ji-.s to opsa.. Now often do you < i ,i.
PROCEEDINGS Of ........this M day of Mq. A. D.. 1910. "
of' Council in regard to said issue. A_.. T. R. JUVBRS., eat this food? .

'TWO THINGS. YOU SHOULD TAKE. -- TuetlTV'OUNCIL ..Mr'r.M.; Willson, Jr., appeared be J. R. GILBERT.:'' Pre.ld.nt of the Council of '.
: forethe Council regarding a; 'ditch being Clerk.. the Cltr" KiaalmmaeApproved A tbort time ago there'appeai.4 kU "
of ( the ;
e columns one O prominent
thl&-dajr1 of 1910.
cut by thg city, which affected some buHdlns
\ magazines an article on ;liralsi \

ADVANTAGE :OF TODAY Klwlmrnee. Fla.., May 3d, '10.. *of his property',, Same was referred to Mayor ,rid Clt.". and rnuKcle by the proper election- of' t
the street committee- the foods you eat., ",
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.'!, t j __ _____ __________' _ The Council met in regular session, before the There beinC'no further business the V ''I:
there .Mr, A., Rose appeared .A (good many people were surprised 1
"* >y being present T. M. Rivers, l res:, Council adjourned .to meet. in regular .
; find oatmeal placed the top of the ;
Council regarding! the condition to
1 Open account J. M. Hansell, yt. B. MakinsonJ..C. unsanitary ion June 7th. A. D. 1910 1
an In Our Sayings Depart; of the ditch south of the Park es 'Tuesday, list of foods recommended' but U the ".
)I Moore, W. J. Sears; Sand J. R. Gilbert, at730p.m. article had appeared in an EnUsfe or
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went., e. in Which we pay 4 per cent. erk : Hotel, which was referred' to' ther.anltary : J. R./GILBERT/ T. M. RIVERS, ,- Scotch paper every reader would j hare '

.. The minute. committee> ? Clerk. .. President. expected to see first. place girentav *
of'thelut
1 AhfLrentL-aJSafe
In Vault meeting were oatmeal .
< :: Deposit our The clerk was instructed to write the -- ,- ------ good ;
read and approved.. officers ".
'. which is charged ,,with electricity! and were examined and.Reports of Bills proper authorities of the- A. C. L./'R. R. -KUsImmee, Fla., May , .1910. As' a matter of fact fortretncndo Creat>Brhiaa;>'&oJ.! i r.r
Approved. and Europe come to us :
asking them to extend the aewer on The Council met'"pursuant to call, ,". '
Is absolutely burglar proof: were approved and ordered paid as quantifies of Quaker bats becaaae ,
follow.; Dakin avenue southeast the width of there being present T. M. Riven, President represents totbem perfect food being ; \'

., \I' the right of way ; J. M. Hansel], ,W. J. Sears, W. the richest in flavor and best UTclcan-' '
DO T M Murphy eal 1? . affOOt .
TODAY aa major. B. : R. Gilbert Clerk liness and purity, of aU oatnvU.. "
Makinaon
and.J.
,, Mel'hafMr, M! u marahal. 'SO 00 Mr. ,Jenkins suggested that the Council : *
t 1 -' *- . / .' JMcPhatMr, feeding prlaoaera. . 'l7 00 have stakes governing grade of sidewalks The matter of bids on cut iron pipe It Is packed i regular alee packages -

; r R A8njr C F Smith MI m* police.. .. M eo Waddell : receiver of Central for hot climates. r ai
building Catching: ,
: Citizens Bank of JZ Roberaon. sal u'treaalln, . . WOO, present survey would necessitate .. .
of.Kissimmee J.R Gilbert Ml a clerk . 35 00 walks too high in certain points.of Foundry Co., 37 Wall street: New York, 'J

'* -)I Rivera. oo the city, also offering to make necessary parties! contracting to furnish pipe with

ARTHUR E. DONEGAI paglrieNT J MU.nttU B taaklaaon... .. '. a toW changes without additional cost' to unqualified approval of Southeastern S.H.:
BOO Tariff Association, of Atlanta;; Ga. BULLOCK
the city. After considering the suggestion
-W. H. NORTON, CASHIER. l JC !Mooniv euuWJSeara '
lj I After reading fetter as'stated, the
X?' . 800 the'sai l was accepted, and. .
Mayor"! C U.1. *itueea obit e So the clerk was authorized to; notify Mr. following 'resolution was offered and I

Si J. W Wbldd_.bal I .up. Sheet work 2SOO Jenkins of the Council's acceptance of unanimously adopted.
A K Story, draya. . ::10 Resolution: Whereas Waddill Catch- REAL ESTATE
, .i1.u Hen tenon guar 100 same.
dolt aaaunaaaaa wneau-
ings receiver of Central FoundryCo.
...................................................:............. C L Airy cuardlnji priaODerlK.- 37 SO The sanitary,committee was instructed as '
The Bo-jU Buyer. adTenlaini N .. 14(W: suitable location for, a ., 37 Wall street New York, N. Y., INSURANCEExamination
I to a
r I' WHAT IT MEANS : The Engineerloewe, dTf.Hlrtbi. I 1:00! procure in a letter dated April 20, 1910, refuses
dumping ground for he city, ajid to sell\
, j I Many people do not know what a Bank' Capital| for, or';be difference been ..-. Kin Valley OMCU, print aud iitatloiXry 13 64 to furnish the unqualified approval of
. Mr.N-BCUmopie.; V I 8, .,.-t algnitc V><*> t.bJ.J: >resenf lot as soon as the necessary
W *w a bank of little or no capital and one with a large capital the Southeastern Tariff Association in of Titles a
Is ROM Grave, ndae for oitV lOll arrangements could,, be made for p new
1 A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS '
II U Butl..,. drayag ao in regard to Universal Pipe, accordingto
*_ rtb.feadtkatproteeteth.depu.lmmfrom I"...\b.r.fure tb* larger It Hike location. -
a
'' ffreaMr protection ibe drpoeitoni bate rbi bank ba/i a j J R. Gilbert, aUinpa, e c 190\ contract made. with city by their Specialty.
Capital of .. ../ mBtookboldera' i Kite Tel for the small three-cornered lot owned
; 8arpisanod I.S.OKC Co. phone rout 1 5oFraternity SoJraled.
'tf.blhiy' M.OOO w receiver of said company further states Correspondence
iI Hail, rent.o. May 1 10 IJO by the city in block: Pof Patrick'Addi.tion.
'" that Mr. Blanc, as their agent, had no ,
.
I S :; CbaA D aM. dog 600
A toW of. IllS.oao oTbila : tagi On motion duly seconded, motion -- --- -" '--- I
0 I meaae that we muM low 111'.0.10.(1) before our depo.ILOGDJd/ 1 loae a : . 11. B MakiDHOD, mdae city ]10 10 j j0t0c..1. right to agree/ to sue Contract, Be it
i mat Tbii protection .la for VOT. : ). Ildw 0. mote, e1tp. 40 carried, said offer was accepted, and resolved, therefore, that said company
". L f UV the clerk was instructed to have deed failed with fLORIDA REAL ESTATE FOR SAIl
caving to carry out contract
I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEEC. i K. p Dannuwl a*tupt of K!: If <"ISO 00 i issued accordingly! and to deliver it upon
the of the is
r i R Gilbert, City Kiosimmee, same
--- aal.eoy and collector E L P 4500
i, K'.MIEIE.. F... ...'DA. f'"' : freight for K L P.. C \10Balnorr I payment of amount above stated. hereby declared null and void. Beautiful winter hom'sites situatedin

t 1 Engine Co. bal on engine 612:WWvatiugbouae Council received a communicationfrom Attest: T. M. RIVERS, the Lake Region o; Florida.
C. A. CARSON J"BN M. LRKVlcePrealilent .. .. CARSON _
; Prealdent Caahler : Electric Mfg Co, motor 71 I ni I the V. I. S. asking for an appropriation J. R. GILBERT, President. Trucking an.d Farming Lands in large.

'r L: ........!....*%%*.*..............................................-. Fla Electric Future Co,material Wk, for fblu.E: ..L..P W.->41Fairbanks isUibmmUaa of $25 toward purchasing 200 Clerk. or small tracts. '/

/1 k Morae, volt 10"'"''. 71 00 I street signs as they had solicited a like After cancelling; agreement as st.atedabove CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY

':. \ vvv% vvvv vvvw-w% %v%-4 MMAh 1N waCuroomd.eforELP .. nj amount for that purpose. After considering by unanimous consent, the contract
JJ l>aout nhop work tit 9. same said request was granted was awarded the American Cast List :your property with me for" quiet
ti a... Or.v.... material 7tI) "le..' /
J3 and the clerk.was instructed tod'awa Iron Pipe Company, of Birmingham
W B Maklnnon Co, mdw" 7 96
I i H Butler, drayage 175 warrant in favor,of the V. 1. S. for. Ala., and the Clerk was instructed to H. M. BREAKER

-D.agwfa- Q Keealon..drayag 'Ri) said amount. wire them of said action.

Dan M.e-.llbl", drayafre 1 2.5 The clerk was instructed to draw a There being no further business the Box 178 KI9SiMMEB.FLA.!
FANCY GROCERIES %\ Yeturr. drayage .NS"
pl+ i Our Gardner .....taU"tloutork 4667t warrant on the school fnnd payable to Council adjourned to meet in regular ::=_== _- '-7-:= '- .-s

We solicit of K Gardner, labor E L P (.i' Jbe county treasurer, for $500, part due session June 7th, A. D. 1910, at 7:30p. : _
GRAIN AND part? your trade. $ .
r' Verner Ell, InMallation work '4U6 on teachers salaries.On m.

FEED OF I Country Produce $ M B Canon,wood for E L P 77 00 motioa the clerk was instructed to J. R. GILBERT, T. M. RIVERS, Osceola County
; f''i Hides and Furs J J M Ovcrntrcft. wood for ELP 'G 25 '
.
"K: $ J Z Koboraon order paid itrcet work 417 KlU : notify the mayor that it is the wish of Clerk. President.

ALL KINDS Bought and Sold. $ W Ovcnrt reel, _.m. for'r..t work.. :100 'I' the Council that the services of one police Abstract Company

L Mach Brot, SCOOaceola officer be discontinued for the pre
61 --- -- To the Momeseeker
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KISSIMMEEZ.
: i County due on taachera Halariea :.00 00 ent.

f Hr-- ,-----,_T t>A.a Berry Padgoti,aal I an,. scavenger.. iJOOO Osceola county, Florida, offers op- -- - ---..
Raf.1i.Lanab.o: 100 The matter of cancelling the account
--,- -.-- -., -, --- -, -- portunities and advantages, which if G. P. GARRETT Manaftr.
:: : ;; = build
for in the 'school
.a Following is the Treasurer's reportfor installing lights I improved and intelligently used will

the month of May. A. D. 1910: ing, as requested by'the School. Board!, produce fortunes for thousands of people

W. & G. W. BASS OKNKBAI. FUND. mittee.was referred- to the electric light com- i who are being deprived of these Real estateTitles .

: To baiafee from laat report S1K4 47 j blessings and comforts which are their examined and reported OB *j,.

.I _' Received. from Tax Collector 12 50 i i.t 1 A communication was received front birthright in this splendid land of nat- Taxes paid for non-residents 1
" t l -.... roeWax Collector 3"IS! rReceived "' the State Bank ot Kissimmee in regardto ural resources.In Instruments relating to real......* I .
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS fram Marahal 19 59Tata1 carefully drawnCorrespondence' '
interest due on warrants held by
.
r agricultural advantages, this part
17C9 7J that Bank. Same was referred to the i Solicited
By paid warraate .jC7 12To : ot Florida surpasses every other state ...
..
finance committee.
Wood Brick or Stone .beianc*on hand ,1114246RaKaT from Sunrise's Rock Bound Coast toSunset's -.-=
i The following Tax Sale Certificateswere Golden Shore and from the

T. balaace from list report FU NO. Ott*> 47 allowed redeemed at face value Great Lakes of the north to the Gulfon

To aaxNiat from f.:z: Callrtc'or. Vl/ :::10 'I also omitted years appearing on records the south. Its soil will produce a Bargains

against property _described. .in said certificates . of and
.
-. Total. - 'l tlS77TTBy : greater .variety crops more
GUARANTEE TO
: GIVE PERFECT SAJISFACTION paid warraata ... . &'/1t 14 4Certificates money can be made from small l
acreageby
s, r ,,, .'. f -._ . .._ "- Ta balaoe.'...':' band,.'i..j. : .... ..: I-9Htt el: Nos. 95, of April 3, 1893; intensive farming, than anywhere Tn aU kinds of Real 'Estate.Fip .
:
r /I t Kissittittiee Florida. 'II<":HOOI: PUND.. t H, 83, of July 2, 1894; 81, of' December 2, else In the United States. "S,_,_ and Life Insurance and

., : . To bil.ncefranfeattrporigil'' ..','j.i-., .; f m .I IT f .1895; 82, of Aug. 3, 1896; 19. of Octo- People'are i learning' "to farm on'lines Fertilizers. Renting ' ;j'j''Armour's

_. :..0" .amount from Tax: CoIlactnrfj1'J"L-J;! !";';':}\11107 ber I,- 1900; 16.of Sept. 2, 1901; 190. of nature intended "There ire'fewer'ob- i and Collecting: Rents a..L .; ,

Total oBfiiand. I Eta: IS I 1 Augl: X;' 1896; 93, of Au .2. 1897; 68, of stales to overcome and greater possibility Specialty.' Taxes paid for .

Aug. 1, 1898; 97, of Aug./ 7, 1898; 106, of success. Non-residents.
KUKrraic LIGHT FUND.
)l To balance from laM report S "'I n I of Oct. 1. 1900; 77. of Sept. 21901.

Pic-Nic Hammocks To amount from K. L* Collector 614 70 ,I :The following ordinance was intro- i The opportunities for safe and profitable R. O. MEEKKissimmee

+ Total Ilr", 11 I duced, Which was read a first time, and I investment are numerous with
much larger returns than in the North.
t By paid warrant. .31t471: 'I by: unanimous consent waa read: a second .
time and was passed unanimously: The poor man, while working to pay Fla.
To balance band S 39 i 78
t A stro' 1g. serviceable llam- for his home, enjoys fine truits, flowers -
/ ."Nri'A r FUND. AN ORDINANCE; trees and shrubs and.reaps due returns

A SPECIAL mock; good quality canvas, To balance fro.last ry Dort .( fit' r.. An Ordinance. Entitled an ordinance to ......late I I for honest toil. He has no long, .
To ameuat f rx. Marsha 61 00 City: of Klaalmmee. .5A. -.a.aeter stnl
In the -
well made. very comfortable; T.aaaeant from Tax: Collector IM ((17 Ute .peed. to provide ot automobile.peo aIu.. for violation of ..ms. cold winters to make provision for, but r :

each Hammock put up in an Total . .. I fog H provide Lteeneea for Aut-bueo doing livery lives in the perpetual sunshine of Flor- M. TILLER i

By paid ........D.. VV ism: GO In Kmrimmea.and to repeal prarioua or tonflict- ida, the land of great promise and
individual bag 61 same material lDaord-. greater pet fonnanees. Real Estate Agency. .f.fj
Te babuMM oa band .. ..f 110 M Be it onsalned by the City' Council of Klealmmee; '
r PRICE $1 5 0 as hammock. MII.MD.. Section L That It ahUl unlawful foeanyoneto We invite the honest toiler to this .

To balaoca from laa report. ..$ 960 OSTe rats an..I iminHle or e T Indispensable on Hunting amenx tram Tax C.Ueetor 41 OH, propelled b caaolin eteam or electricity,or any the band of welcome to people of sterling Realty bought and sold.Houses .

trips Cruises, Camping Parties Total ... . . VV 510103Cgalarrw.T other motive power at a .......'of .eon tlIaa worth. rented. :
twelve anile.aa hour.the etreeta of K...- Taxes paid and Titles verified
and Pic-Dies. ...... Stay not on the sterile hillside, pull- I-
QtJ'' j for non-residents. ;
$ To balance froai Ian report ., .. snsT M s... UaballbeualawfalteranFaaitoarireaa ing root And picking;stones. Sfk this.

1 Mail.Orderu solicited and carefully filled. Te ammiat.... CUrk .. '.. 707 ..........,.a.ta.r.cW-a..prl6.e U ...etfo.1dtbr.dlrtlo.4ataap.d.0..e land of milk and honey. Leave the I Fire, Life arid Accident Insurance. :"

; Te.al. ..... .. ... .. ...I 4X14 IS u... hillside to the drone:: .

Send mo.tey and order direct to us. J. B. ROBERSON, ...lEe'.....,.u..-par at bee'. a.aw.d W e.rre..t blockai We have room for brawn and brain, 1. Indemnity Bonds. .J ;;

Treasurer.Bids and -----aF'F- .w.
s... AB l a.tumobllr.ho4 he fln.d with enttaMe energy galore. i
r
-- wbiea shall *. be wheat rna- And thousands
were received: on bonds as follows I maOWra. m epea though now are'com
lag at ala-ht. ear br kmn of inna wb.othdr have for thousands I
ing
we room
: ..... more. I
.
j' i la atcko.ee the faaJhy. pie.Mea ta
1. Citizens'Bank of Kissimmee and _........... of..... aatoaaobue be .....-. topaaa We have for sale ..t bargain prices,

Eichelberger & Gray Co. C. L. Bagwell & Co. of Jacksonville 1 with Sisal autffler.8aa. on favorable terms of payment W. L YBH I

f '- jointly-offer to pay par with interest 1 AU ...-..&.0.U be Attad was a Fine orange groves, both large and BOZOR.t
suitable hara er wbiada.which shell be blow..s small
to date and premium of'I750 and tq __,
OK more bird before tarabw aajrobaeeira+ t
M furnish the blank certificate and pay : but said hate r wbldis Mall' eat be blowaatuanimiary Splendid stock: farms well located,

SOUTH FLORIDA'SLARGEST . cost of attorney'* opinion, etc. "ao aa te li.tmai a amU.aeeoraaooranoe that are money makers. I aI\

HOUSE FURNISHERS 2. S. A. Keen &; coffer to pay to the .,.J>He.I Excellent vegetable farms, with rich, ,

tlOZ or $40,860 and interest, 1 less an allowance ,I See Au aut mobUr shed be Stood. witkeuHable ..a.. fertile soil and good artesian wells. Real Estate I I'J
uoo_ and ao automobile ahall be r the
;W 110.fralltll.. Street Tampa Florida of $850 for blank bonds, att r- :atraeta af Klailmnm tram the hours of sunset to We control some fine colonization

ney's fees and other expenses of isle. the hour of_...... wttbout at best two of aoca propositions, with good railroad advantages

*. l- 3. Woodin. McNear A; Mooreofferto ....... ....... (Ikrhted. and beautiful lake fronts.

pay par and; accrued interest to date s... a. AH ..........0III'I'J'1Da paasa.r..for fee We invite correspondence, and will iKISSIMMEE .I
or profit. In aa automoblla la Kleahnmea.a. ahal| '
of delivery and premium of $894.410 and hare.... automobile dries by a 1"eItaat- give reliable information to anyone, FLORIDA ;

furnish blank bonds free of charge. four and a tax of rive Dollar shell be ooueetedBee. free of charge. ':

A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF 4. The New First National Bank of su such sr.... Ia ean7IDa srse.ma NELSO REALTY CO.

Columbu., Ohio-offer to pay par and T. No peraon under the ace ef twelve yeariaban .
be penatttad to drive aa automobile ot the J.-w. TIIOMPSON2
Office Furniture and Fixtures accrued Interest from date to date of atreataof K___CItJ''. No Idiotic or intoxicated Notice to Fisherman '

delivery and premium of $1,085, also penon .ball be permitted. to driv. axt aatoxaoMle Notice is hereby given that the law f
furnish blank bonds for issue free of In Klaelmmee City.See. '.
ft STATIONERY. BLANK BOOKS. against seining the lakes of this county '
5. E.err automobile ran on the atreata ofKmalmmee '
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES. El C. charge. City ahall hara Ita number fanmhedby I will hereafter be strictly enforced. All .1.
$ 5. Atlantic National Bank of
Jacksonville the Secretary of u..8tate of riorida. or othertatai parties interested will take notice and FUNERAL DIRECTOR
and State Bank of KUaimmee from which car la operated, placarded in govern themselvee accordingly.

VERTICAL FILING DEVICES jointly-offer to pay par, accrued inter- plain e......open to view on rear of aaid automo- C. F. PREVATT, andLICENSED .
b.... provided that a period of two waata be allowed Sheriff.
date of
MOST MODERN est to delivery and premium of _
the purchaaer in which to obtain mud num. -
1,611.73. I
ber. \
I kara inaugurated a Mail Order! Department perfect in'detail-you can After considering the above bids, the Sec. 9 Any ........violating any part of this Photography. EMBALMER'f;:!

,, abop with me by mail with the same'assurance of fair treatment aa. you offer of the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee ordlnanoe ahall be fined a sum of not xceedins':: I am prepared to make photograph
would One Hundred Dollar or confined in theetty jail ,
aeeure by panonal purchase and Bagwell &: Co. of Jacksonville was of all'kinds'at studio located I
my just "
not exeeedina sixty dUo either one or both, at
'
\,. unanimously acceptedIIxChe clerk Opposite Courthouse ,.. 1
the diaeretion of the Mayor.See. above the Midland Ry., on Broadway,
H R. BECKWITH 410 FRANKLIN STREET: was instructed to notify each bidder of IU. All ordinance or part of ordinance. or will go anywhere make outside'yiews. V ,.f ,

!..c... _ TAMPA.. FLA. the result, also to furnish. partiea to donAlctln\ with thU. be a..d
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/9 '. I whom bonds were, awarded! the necessa-, A. LANCASTER. KISSIMMER FLORU.Y"p'I. i I:

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II 4'''. ...'..........' ......' ...'..... .IOOlN.GAWAYWITH- .. 1 C.v A., CARSON, Preside ./' N.-C.-B6YAW,' .....A&t.. ., w '


!: o.tff'al1'' come td . : HINTS ABOUT
!The Waters &
[ Carson
e I : t TOWNJYASTE MULE'F00T. HOGS ,

KISSIMMEE; . _, : ,
t
: A nell known breeder of swine gives Grocery "

FROM--, the following Information About male . Company '

Methods( I' FoKRemovIng and foot 'bog*.. n* says: 'The male foot ,
KANSAS CITY t derives the cam, from the foot, -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In'h' .
.
: t . ,, .
of! arbage "
Disposing .
(
which U.aolld.. uka mule:or horse: '
i AND RETURN, FOR n . .. ... The: are fared principally ''nearly'all QROCERIE.S
.
r' t
tile southern and the western states
-
d 25 '.
$30:00.it: spend days '
: TWO VALUABLE' SYSTEMS and In tbe last few years lave been .'
,;>>;>> \ ; '
hipped Into tbe eastern state to' --
WE SELL :
,
Long enough,; time to investigate the best '. 1.Cent..eotland breeders, who .are dropping other .. BUY

'4 Bargains In {5-Acre Tracts, Town' Lots ." '. Municipal: .Plans Equally breeds for these HAY, ,. ..' T ....

" and Country Property In,the Favored In Many' Parta of the United They 'are preferred by many oo account -. HID \

state for sale .tat**-Eradication .f Public Dumps of.tbelr Immunity from bog _.GRAIN FURS' ,
. t by'r ,,..i Co v
.. .f ntlm.. cholera aDd'tbelr bardlueas.
'-O d Mean lmprpv m great FERTILIZERS .
.....ved GoUeetien dartJ In mait* aUten these bogs ban been .
VVS. ALYEA ' SHINGLES wool' ,; .
regarded .as a curiosity, although the J"'t.
Progressive citizen ofl many towns .
FLOIDA'o people who raise them are plain mon- .
OFFICE IN PARK HotEL, KISSIMMEE are giving their attention;,to the mean ORANCE BOXES; AND
C, making farmers and bold on to ,
of disposing of the towjn'a waste and % -' .
.N..N.N.NNN..N.N. the beet possible met od of accomplishing them for their own use. lu1\' the last ORANGE WRAPS : ALL .. l lVEGETABLECRATES
few yearn two record associations '
it At present there are two .
have bean forjmed. both of which are COUNTRY.... '' t
of removing garbage and disposing .
ways recognised by the. govetaweat.The . . .
of it The first Is by the contract CRATE NAiLS
PRODUCE
breeders of these bogs are now .
New Meat Market ayatem.' A great number of towna 1 I cruising tbe different families, and .,,,' eWe

.. prefer to have the collection made I solve '
have secured bop equal to any sell field and
garden seeds all kinds. ,
or '
through the agency of a ingle contractor breeding In this country. They attain .
New York Avenue Opposite the Bank. A town will offer for competition weight equal to the Poland-Chinas or We give special attention.. to fitting opt hunting and camping '
parties 'p
a contract for one year er ,
Dnroc-Jeicseya and as bred by the beet ,
First-Class Meat Cutter In Attendance. Beef, longer awarding ,it to the lowest bidder breeders easily attain a weight: of 900n Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. ..,

Fresh Pork aid" Mutton Always on Hand. and attempting to guard against I We are county agents for good fertill"r Ask ua for circular "'
, every opportudlty,for neglect d<'i Isv and prices on fertilizers. .,

or faulty qulpmellt.When' .......
.
MEAT DELIVERED ANY PART OP CITY. under the strict obe.rvatlon 'uI
poooot
of faithful and zealous Inspectors this

PADGETT 8T system can be made- satisfactory and X, c..A. CAI[ ON. JT. A. CBANPORD. 8. l.UUPFUU
& INDALL, CUOUDFLOfllUA''efficient. But In some cases there baa PrwfcUat. Vloe.L.KISSIMMEE gs ,

grown up an abuse of the custom by
which contractors combine to divide /

POSS AS 'A CAPITALIST r'r. LUMBER CO. / ',

For ONE DOLLAR we will send you three handsomely lithographed but rdid as"st > .M ;
werthleaa, tock certificate, which you can fill out yourself for any amount, and
/ have lota of fun bowing to your fnend aa proof that you are wealthy. These -V
certificate appear? to represent railway gold mining and insurance enterprise,
and. look just like the "real thing" but must not be used tojrealize[ money,on. y
ONE SAMPLE FOR FIFTY CENTS | P ugh and Dressed
Send two cent stamp for illustrated circular. 0 >BAI-BOO HO0SB AND MOtil FOOT.
INDEPENDENT PRINTING COMPANIES WASHINGTON, D. C. -
to 800 pounds. The dolor! Is usually

/' .. rdy solid black sometlmer black with Pine Lumber.. / .

white spots .
.' As to belonging to the lard or bacon /
type they make the best of bacon

I 1/ baring two distinct heavy streaks of / K .M
SIZES '- lean meat lu the aides and bellies. HOUSE BILLS A SPCIALTY !
4 y tOP) But they get very fat If fed like the /

lard bogs I think they are a happy /
This u an exclusive feature of Regal! Shoe, to which TO DATA GARBAGE CART. medium between the two types. /

we want to call the attention of everybody in this town. [From American City. New York.J They are very quiet nnd very easy

.i _In addition to the usual half and full*ize Regal-come in the territory and to raise the price of to handle cud go.sl rustlers and grazers .
tbe and can take euro of themselves ANNUAL EXCURSION
the one-quarter and three-quarter sizes In between. the service cost to a point beyond legitimate much easier tliiin most breeds since TO ,

Tim gives you just double the number of There Is also,the danger of political they seem to inherit a tendency to r

J..n PI' fittings found in other ihoes. and mean all the control of many voters by a largo contractor look out for themselves If turned out SOUTH GEORGIA and WEST FLORIDA

r..Jl.aU difference between a near-fit and an exact fit. who thereby becomes tbe proprietor JD the woods or on piiMture. ,.ndthe'1_
of a political machine through will make a good growth turned out .

'. .' which he is able to continue his possession D this manner, but will not fatten if VIA i .
Jo. ...:...' '_J': of the contract Yet the contract not fed grains or slops They will
:.. ::' ". I system js that which la most gen welgb at one year 350 pounds and If Atlantic Coast Line
; !: i: erally In use, and it may be said to be forced probably much more.
: the typical American way of dealingwith There are instances'where tbe mule
>f -' refuse collection and disposal foot hogs were put In pens wlUk- dead
The second Is the municipal system I and dying hogs of other breed* affect MONDAY MAY 23 191O
Only Regal" oar. 8 a Towns having become dissatisfied with I ed with bog cholera. They II ate and ,
f! the first method have established their
i slept together and in some cases the
Are Made InQuarterSize' $350 $400 own collective' systems and In ,most mule foots ate the chofera carcasaea, Tickets on Sale May 23 Limited
to 1910
May 3O
their dlaposal ,
; \ cases have also erected own but none of them were reported to be ,
$500 plants. It is true that tbe municipaL lost from bog cholera. .

system has been burdened In In Qhl some cages with Inefficient superintendents mule foot '
a pure bred recorded _. ;
or wlth'employees wbo were ., -TOValdo'sta. -
sow by nfectlDIf bog cholera blood.
Our Latest Models InO time servers.without :desire to' give The irfllt footed hog .died In a feVdays oa.:. $5.50 Bainbridge Oa.: $6.60't,.", ,,:,;
faithful work and whose places were ; Tbe' mule foot did not and la ;.Thomaoville.! Ga.. $5.50 Albany. Ga., $6.50 '

obtained through political Influence. aflll alive-and raising mule foots. A Bgston'Ga., $5.50 Tifton.; Oa.v$6.5O

b The great advantage to be gamed- by,number of mule foot bop have been Monticello.Fla., $5.50 River Junction. Fla., $6.8O I .
SBOES O the municipal system la that serrlpefis the ref put into cholera herds during the last TICKETS GOOD ON ALL TRAINS ? +
sponslblllty for good or bad
. few years but none of them hive reported
centered directly upon the hejrd* of any Ions of tbe mule foots For;ticket* reservations call on neare Atlantic Coast Line Agent or,
departments. afford you exclusive custom style as well aa perfect custom fit though the split hoof bop have died.
Our new Regal! Oxford are built on advance model designed by Each employee for the 1* held faithful/ ecountable performance -' I do not think that having a solid foot TAMPA. ri-A.
the
by public would make them Immune from cholera i
celebrated New York London and Pan bootmaker: for this seasons of his work ,When streets are .l
wear. Come in and try them oa. la not collected and do not know what does, but .
and
left dirty garbage
when ashes are ot removed and waata tip to the present time the fall blood THE G81YSTOJE GDBHGE Sim .
ODD J JUscmiE
male foots have stood the teata. It
C. W. DANN paper these factaxahow la blWlng for about themselves the atreeta.and they were not cholera proof their dlapoaltion. -

growth, feeding
quick easy
sound loader than any complaint that ANTHONY A. LOLL '
,and hardiness put them up on a level Proprietor.FairbanksMorse .
b* voiced through the aewapaperir -
.. may
with the very beet anmalaOf any NT

breed IB thin country.Gad ,
aid_ to this I.
/There la atlll another .
,', matter that la Important and has to be 6as:1EuJIfues' '
citizen ..whoaeea Ration For Cew.A :
No prospective
taken
ap. '
the outskirts of any community good ration fpr a dairy cow [..". and Irrigating' Ott. flts. -

II.c..8TANFOD ringed by garbage dump, clouds of UK tog a fair flow oploeld cmftalna .
smelling amoke and flying paper from .,bout 2P pounds. of.dry matter. 2.25

which cover the unwinding! country nound ,..of protein, IS pounds of AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED'ARTESIAN '
be prepoaaeaaed In favor of a starcbr' feed for carbohydrate -andtnehalf dte
can ?' -'-- -
place that Is Indifferent to such Tlalble pound of fat All these figure ; .
nuUancee. -- represent the amount of dlgeaO- WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH
Civic association and the _wpmen'e ble in the feed. The protein should be U'
CO.'SIS improvement league can hardly find a in the feed at the rate of one of protein -
labor than tile to about fi.5 starchy matter. Figuring
their
for
better field
abatement of nuisance. of 'this ort on thin basis, the following ration We Solicit all Kinds Repair WorkI = -
the farm will
-- THI PLACE TO/tfUY -- Many Improvementa have been madein of feeds grown on "
the equipment used In the collection be found to give good results; Corn .- ".

service. replaced Only a abort tbe old Urn wooden* ago silage pounds<;80 oat pounds straw; S. alfalfa pounds;hay-ground 10 :o, < o .oooooooooooooo O ot"' '4i

Dry Goods Shoes and Notions jerfrts.steeJ- wagon and there Is still more room for oats. S pounds and ground peas. 4 I
J Improvement Garbage cart do not pound This will give a nutritive ration
of 168 or. In other words, there I
add to the beauty of any street, but E.L. LESLEY COMPANY .
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they can. be"made less objectionable, should be ..ooe pound ft proteiia for.1 : -c
./ :
R--- ; by the ue of an Improved model. every B 8 pounds of starchy feeds.

COME: I The example of improved collection J* '+
wagon shown In the illustration presents I Corn Sllaga Cheap F..
TTOM :c an unobtrusiveness and neatness I I Corn silage Is about the cheapestand g
I' I which aio most desirable and which moot efficient to supplement the 2
/ JRICES: SEE I tend to remove the impression of disgust winter ration for dairy and beef cattle THE NEW COLONY STORE

- /' hitherto Inseparable! from tbe horses, salves and sheep It Is g
: cheaper to bundle the corn crop In the
. cart. Tbe
of
'
mental picture a garbage
whole subject of civic cleanllnesa as form of slluK than any other way t Staple and Famcy Groceries, Shoes, Gcnta Oi

I' related to the sanitary\ treatment and and should there be another summerof Furnishing!' Kitchenware Glass and Chinaware -
little rain the well stocked silo furnUhe :
of municipal waste Is part of : '
disposal In sufficient succulent green feed ? ,at Lowest Prices. Confections Cigars
or an adjunct to the curriculum ,
IHE PIONEER, PLUMBING SHOPS' and cornea a* n gr at relief to the husbandman. 4C'j '
'of engineering
some cbool*. the leading- X and Tobacco., Oils and Gasoline. tOt

SITUATED AT Making; flood 3utt.r. O / Saves you money oh ,everything you want. See our 4C j* I '

Keep Town Hall Attractive. Absolute cleanliness I la, the first requisite o eoods before buying elsewhere 'AA ,
KISSIMMEE, AND ST.. CLOUD There 1* hardy a town of 1.000 Inhabitant In making good butter; sanitary Money saved is money made. Don't throw it away. fVj "
In the Ifad but baa its town surroundings come next and correct Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. It strictly Fire- JTjf
and It la an .
hall courthouse naually
or with attention to details V
temperature proof Special prices.
:: .sOLiCIT THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC 1 eyesore to all for the want of Improvement In the care of cream hlrd. It should .... 0 .

t 7 hq Wore rode the Belter Accommodations We Can SupplyH. If the men of the town would be wrapped In parchment paper and ,,
turn out for half a day with apadea OSTRICTLV I
I In order to keep a uniform color one CASHI I ,
seeds "
----- -- and rake and the wom/m with
to '
to four dtopa of vegetable coloring
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" EDMOND BWAB,Y. PROPRIBTOR and plant the Quar could be mad. the pound, should be oaed. the amountdepending OOtQHCtOOOO o .. __ 1.\ ,
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The, I Kissimmee. Valley' Gazette be thousand apt to'need its'Jtr Immediate r vicinity will. ST. CLOUD ,Margaret Helen perdew: Stanford,,T.ylor..Lewia.Myrtle, Whidden., L. How a Young'p.1] ':;Ian ,

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.. == = : =---=a Enclosed find money order which !I. 1"Jrrn GUDE-Sam Story. N the '

1 I PU.USHED"6VLRY FRIDAY. good for one of those wheels on which -- 4wton, Ethel| Roberson, Ernestin (

Office in Valley-dazette: BuildfngKIS31MMEB.OaCEXHlA the' most of the world moves. Interesting; Hems of News Gathered Brown.- Can Break Into;

: COUNTY.FLA. In all I probability the two towns will : SIXTH GRADB-Ethel Lee Myrtle i

4 be named East ;'andVe.t Venice sometime by Our Correspondent in the. Collier, Ethel Gilbert.. Mattie Bell, liarris . Politics.e '

W. B. HARRIS Editor and Prop'r near future 'I Home of. the Old Soldiers. Grace'' ,
in the ; and may as Winn, .L lIie Driggers.-.Ralph "
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,I t 'S..". TR1PLETT' Associate, Editor' n_ well! name them now., Beardep, Frederick';,Snyder, J. Malcolm i , 'ay CEURCB W.WICKttt: H AM,Attorney' fnere'.it"alt:-: .. i ir
',' "'r- Yours very truly, ... .Overstreet, (Kathryn GeU not absent ..

<\ SUBSCRIPTION.., RATES.,. .. .,.. .*> SOb Dr. Jas. M. Callender. Mr..Henry Stanford one oi/our| popular orr ard/ since entering months) .' .t.t.. or.: \. .
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OM-_"'.-OMQ t& _tha.'- ". ."..'... ..,: _..... -0- _ __ young merchants we regret to SEVENTH!: GltADE..,. lIen Meek'Lawrence ...*..*** HE college nan is'an/ increasingly important factor -

t All ..leseosw doss. except from nr .uU.ormtonU. : TRIPE, AND. TRUTHFULBy I learn. is quite I ill}I&*,t his. home lrtKUsimme ( Tress.:;Ruby Prevatt' Annie Cro- ; l in politics, and a man wh.,o 'has jjot' all. that he, could u ,
, ..._._.. .must IM ct..Md bl UM irrttormatter .... *. '
Ra).at.d will not b. Mturad nnlMf ,J Through the kindness of Judge Parker martie. ,| : ; out of his college course .has a GREAT DV ;
I eaIW t... .ElpHTH GRADjKNathan Bryan Bob C:: ORT
of Kia.imme4we we're OF SUPER ? '
TAOE
,I /! remem- ,ON ACCOUNT HIS \
Bntmd: at tb* ....-la Kl..i mew. Ha.,a.r [ OLD PROVERBS.] Bullock, Edward Nekton Gladys Johnson -
__. bered by a gift of a large box of flow
r _4. maw 4- '---ate Jeanette Lewis, Bettje'Pherigo., j'MENTAL TRAINING.. He ought to Itare'learued1ogical :..
,: _.--:..: is short when it is passed.If .' era for Mother's Day.
.
time
I Any ELEVENTH GRAM do'witi
-Albert Bearden. what
.. of thought Iaod, to ths.(
; :. Friday May 131910. Mr. King. G( the Seminole Land"Co.. process \ ','
i TWELFTH GRADE:-Bessie "' '
Mosely, )
I' at the end of'it all we have learned was a PalatkA viaitor-the past week. Essie information which he obtains. ,*.

obedience to truth, life will have Mrs. S. H. Cull"and little daughter 'Winn. It is usually necessary for a man who wishes to enter national pol,1,1

AS OTHERSJE US been a.success. were guesta of friend at Sorento last ANNUAL.HONOR ROLL .
:0.
/ ',- weeli. \ itics to GO INTO STATE POLITICS :FIRST unless, an unusual ,
The gates of time will swing behind :;lames of those who have made an "'
t t .. you and me one of, these. days. What "Peace Day/ May 18, will befittingly average of 90 per cent in their studies opportunity offered, and even this pften brings the danger of petting -- V

z, ; The Valley Gazette is Bmldinj Dp then! ) celebrated by the public school children. .fo .:the year with not..less than M percent into a rut from which it is hard to escape. Of courser' if a C &Dc4l!( -4

and Making Prosperous This. Miss Leech and Miss Dale have, in any subject, and not less than is given togo to Washington'as private secretary. ; to some prominent
The man who* has little real responsibility been training the children for several 90 cent, in
deportment
I 'Town'and County. in this world, cannot be placed in weeks for the event. The exerciseswill per Walter ,politician it affords a valuable) insight into tlie processes of government. ..
THIRD GRADE:-Berta Bass,
.. a high' position in the next. be held in the !gospel tent Bass, Irlo Bronson ''Frank Bryan, Edgar OFTEN A YOUNG MAN DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO GO ABOUT

If are a much Miss Della Leech of Toronto. Canada Bryan Sadie Bryan. Ned Bullock ENTERING POLITICS. HE SHOULD FIRST LEARN ALL' ABOUT
lielow will be found a few of the you are happy you is visiting her sister, Miss Hattie
...
nature that favored being and one in 99 thousand. Rodney Dann Doris .Dann Blanch THE POLITICAL ORGANIZATION_ OF HIS OWN COMMUNITY AND :
: letters of Ute same Leech.; '
many Davis, Norma Griffin Gracie Gilbert, IN WHAT SUBDIVISION HE LIVES. HE SHOULD l.EARN'WHO
week.
Deceived this office every Our large flag is at halfmastin
are There is not happiness enough in this floating '
how the Lawrence Hansen, Henry HugheyBernardMeek ARE THE PARTY LEADERS IN HIS 'DISTRICT AND SHOULD'MAKETHEIR
its tale o( honor of Edward. ,
and each-tells own Old world to go round so hold fast i if: King Frances
Valley Gazette is inducing people to it. Our English residents Are wearing Mitchell RoyO'BerryrOla ACQUAINTANCE, FIRST OF ALL THAT OF HIS ELECTION

come to. this section, therefore any you possess tows of black ribbon as a mourning Story, Ruth}' Speakman, DISTRICT CAPTAIN. AFTER THIS 'HE SHOULD STUDY THE CHAR.

comment from us along that line is un- The avenues for attaining happinessare emblem for their late king. Walton Prescott, Stratton Story. Milton ACTER :-OF THE MEN AND SEE WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE HIS
1 Tiner, Frances Tress Tiller
t necessary. few; the roads that lead to miseryand Rev. J. B. Westcott, pastor of the FOURTH; GRADE Sarah, Mary PARTY ARE PUTTING INTO THE .LOCAL OFFICES. THEN HE
Cobb Charlie
--.. pain many. Livingston Memorial MJI E. church has Regero. Gussie WinA, Margaret Stanford SHOULD GET TO KNOW' THE OTHER YOUNG MEN OF HIS DISTRICT -
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Wamego. Kan., April 19th. 1910. Be sure and -keep:; -all\ engagementswith been appointed State Chaplain of the ToUie Prentis Christine Ivy WITHOUT DISTINCTION AS TO WHETHER THEY ARE IN
G. A. R., Department of Florida. '
Kis.immee' Valley Gazette. your friends-especially the candidates Mary Hyde Nonie Driggers Bradley HIS OWN CLASS OF LIFE OR NOT. FROM THEN ON HIS CAREER
The contract has been awarded and
f Dear Sir-Enclosed find $1 for renewal POne Harris, Ia Cain Beulah McKenzie. WOULD DEVEL ACCORDING TO" HIS ABILITY.
material on it* for the handsome
: t N of valuable paper. I was in your way Raymond Speakman William' Arnold
your
y 'N I office last June and feel that. I must of the greatest curses of the ages new Livingston Memorial MethodislEpiscopal William Getz. The mos mportant thing for a college man who! intends to enter or

""- visit your town'again this coming au- : the fear of speaking $he unvarnished church which is to cost $8.- Lois Johnson<<: Margaret Bass, Ruth politics to-acquire is a COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OF TILE

j send the right i truth on all occasions. 000. The new $3,000 parsonage will Blanche OF IllS OWN This does not sim-
"-//tumn. So please paper Harvey Lawson Amy Makinson mSTjQRY COUNTRY. mean .
also be erected when the churcn is
' along, for I am hungry for news from Health Lenora Fortner Cleo Hamilton "drum and Green '
Farm-Men wanted to work startedyV, The house will be an eight ply an acquaintance with the trumpet history, as
Respectfully' Tonnie Bass, Eddie Sam '
c, i yourxcity.\T t for their health; charges reasonable; room colonial affair with electric lights Campbell calls it, but a THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OV THE POLITICAL
J. L. Chapman. al) applicants must be able to do man- Story Hudson Bass, Prator Gilbert, .
ual labor. bath, furnace etc. Roscoe Dann Willie, Wheeler.. Lonnie HISTORY of-the United. States. In addition to this I would
The district superintendent of the
- -- Hughey Frank O'Berry An son Rex- advise the STUDY OFMODERN'J.ANGUAGES{ especially\
Fairland+ nd.. April 19th. 1910. St. Johns River Conference Rev. Her ,

Kissimmee Valley Gazette,, Is Sent man G. Porter of Daytona will hold ford. Spanish. ", '
Complimentary. SIXTH GRADE-Ruth Bass, Dollie AI-
Dear Editor-Tills is to thank you for quarterly meeting Monday afternoon *
ford Effie Bass, Susie Bell Myrtle Collier
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\' several copiea of yourt ve paper I have Parties receiving this paper May 16, and preach in the gospel tent .

.. received since returningNhome: from a who are not regular subscribers Monday evening. Lillie Driggers Ethel Gilbert Ce-' Are We Losing the \
leste Lillian Prentis Grace
,
Moseley
We think that it is the intention
delightful visit to your city and must not Mother's celebrated
Day was fittingly
of the publishers to later Winn Dora Newman Violet Gilbert of Our
Use Hands
charminglalley.. on Sunday last The services were I
Kathryn Getz Roy Graves, Albert
All of the month of March here we demand of them the subscription held in the gospel tent at 10:30 a. m., ,

had Florida weather-a few very light price as it is mailed to them com and were very impressive and beautiful. Bass Malcolm Overstreet Frederick mwBr Sir FREDERICK TREVE. unon to Kin, Edward VII. ot'E"1uWL I

freezing whatever-but now, plimentary by our Board of Coun- Rev. J. B.'Westcott eloquent Snyder.
ISJ frosts no preached an SEVENTH GRADE-Roy Prentis Nat we losing the use of our hands ? I would venture an an
having a heavy ,now fall,-though \ ty Commissioners for the purpose eulogizing mothers of all
te'' we are have had 'bf acquainting them with the sermon I Carson Marvin Murphy, Lawrence FIRE in the affirmative and say, "'VI-: ARK." I do not wish
it is not freezing any. We ages and climes. The combined choirs.
fine warm weather till yesterday when malty advantages and opportunities -' of the city rendered excellent music. Tress Lawrence Griffin Ruby Ila Bass, draw any pessimistic deductions fr,'->iii I ibis conclusion, but
: Prevatt Mildred
Ruby Orpha Rose
.' it began to snow and it has not let up ihis town and county offer The L. L. Mitchell G. A. R. Post, Commander Winn Lottie Bass, Kathleen Bearden, merely to discuss the fact. . .

f ;, yet-stall snowing very fastMany"gardene the maifed home ker. The paper will John DeGraw leading marcbed Ethel Tanner Margaret Giles, Annie Two of the commonest handicrafts are those ol writing and sewing -
fruit be fora few weeks to I
have been made any to the tent in a body and as they enter-

i trees are all in bloom garden stuff person whose" ame is given us, ed the flower' girl. Miss Edith West Cromartie.EIGHTH GRADE-Eva Elea. .: but they are being now 'rapidly supplanted by the typewriter on

te'4 looking fine and a great deal' of field and if they should desire to receive cott, attired in a dainty pink-silk dregs nor Moaeley Bertha Bryan Woodall Nathan the one hand and the'sewing machine on the other. The FINER \

j bl> rB corn has been planted but this has put it regularly thereafter, we stepped up to each comrade holding; in Bryan Eddie Hansel Edward Newton USE OF THE FINGERS IS THUS BECOMING: LOST so far j
r a atop to it. wouldbe glad to putt m on our front of them a beautiful basket of
I was with the party that went to *rjdi>rription< list at the e gular white flowers from which the maids of Aby Newton. as these simple crafts are concerned. There was! occasion when pen
't NINTH GRADE-Lottie
Rosa
1 Pine Island on the Juanita (Captain rMes-$1 per year 50 centft for honor gowned in pretty white dresses Newman. Adams manship was almost a fine art and the writing master

I ., Minx) on March 18th and landed at six fnpnths. and who were the Misses Neva Large TENTH GRADE-Inez Carson Mary a power in the land. In these present days of hurry

i Alligator Bluff where the center and Nora Dutton and Marguerite McGill Lee Oliver. t thare'ia' NO TIME FOR ELEGANT HAND

garden .pot of the world come together. k a posy and, pinned it to the lapelof ELEVEN''rrHGaADE-Clarence Johnson.TWELJIT.rGRADEMarguerlte *

i' All of that fine prairie( land belongsto CARE OfyROADWAYS. tho veteran's coat and as they en- Black- WRITING. Thi script of the ordinary letter writeris

the Southern Colonization Company te \the tent tile choir sang "My : well Annie Carson, Rhea Pherigo Virginia .often as hard to interpret tie the message on the

and if'Iwere going *o buy say 160 They Should.AIw yB. Dustlvss to B.C.n.ld..d Country 'Tls of Thee." Then the following -. Tiller) Essie Winn. l Rosetta stone, and as there is coincidentally no leisure ,

acre. I would certainly choose it within -*, ideal. program was rendered: '

;i a radius of ten miles of Alligator The good tads era has' begun In Song Mothe** Bible .,Conll'eg'.tlon available for the deciphering of illegible writing

,: Bluff on Kissimmeeriver.. The land Is many states, and alreadjTHhe, steamroller Prayer . .. .rv.. . ,. . :.Rev., Julien THE PYGMIES.' the typing machine-becomes oppoituner ,' -v "J(
V and be and the piles of crashed rosk along . .. '
all good, can eycleared Solo Mother's CrartUj Songs Surgery durlfjg- receut has made amazing;
""1 the roadside' and the digging >,nt of years ,
drained. L' Ettina Ryinkla Curious Mod of Llf. of the Dwarfs of
ti the original roadway are fam: far' -t'' advances. Should; it be asked if this progress has
The Kt.. nimee river Is the only rapid Song If You Love YourvMother, Rhodesia.Of
i In of the
sights many eastern .tat
114n flowing river I have ever seen in Florij The roads built are generally of approved -' Meet Her In the Skies \ Choir the pygmies of northwestern Rhodesia been associated with or dependent upon a corresponding -

;j da. I spent the winter of '86-87 on macadam construction which rmon. Our Mothers modern traveled writes: "TheBatwa development of the handicraft of surgery the .answer is it has

) 1 t i ..* Indian river and I like Florida. completed are perfect strips of white Rev. J. B. Westcott stand about four feet high amiare
B* long l armed, short legged and uglybeing : not. It must be realized tat before the days of anaesthetics the sur-
.While there. I went to St. Cloud but ribbon running through the green Solo.X ell Mother I'll Be There \

did not invest I also went to Fort My- fields and bills of the rural sections. Mr. W. Donmoytor unusually prognatuous.sbort'Uifleet Tli.- geon-was OPERATING UPON A CONSCIOUS' BEING. Rapid- ..

era, the home of Edison and found everything These roads are perfectly built and Singing Praise God From Whom legs ,large disproportionately, and the body Is covercuwKb ity of movement was all essential. Success was gauged by the atop

--v V beautiful your state. as soon as completed the farmers and All Blessings Flow CongregationMr. a sort of down.Both acres ii watch. Every unnecessary second meant unnecessary torture.

1 Yours to watch Kissimmee grow other ratepayers contentedly sit back .' and, M.../ W. Penn left town FeciXstate of complete nudity. Thevliave
Dr. E. N. To1LFt. and feel contented. This Is a serious .Now, 'With the use of anaesthetics the surgeon can PROCEED
Wednesday aftern n for their former their own tongue but usually
... error states and one being made In many home In Alabama on\a business trip, know a the of the language of theli. WJKTH EASY DELIBERATION. Every step can be measured and

'.' 1910. Many fall to realize that whenever They expect to returtK to their St big neighbors.. No attempt Is made to judged ; there is NO CALL TO BE BRILLIANT; there is no element :'
Wayne Ind.. May 3rd \
till the glades. They depond .
Cloud in a few week open Iprest
home *
dust la raised a road Is being destroyed. of hurry.
r, ,Editor Valley Gazette. for food o.pm.. and what they .i
This Is particularly the case on Mr. Wilbur De Gras son ofvMr. and
Dear. Sir-I notice. by wrapper on my smooth macadam surfaces, where thereis Mrs. John De Gnu is quite .Hr t this steal from the fields and plantationsof AND IN ALMOST EVERYTHING THE BRAIN OF" MAN HAS :
paper. th.t'm, subscription has expire the surrounding tribes. WORKED TO'THE DETRIMENT OF i
nothing to bold the dust on the writing.. ; HIS HANDS BUT NO DOUBT
ej ,ed. Enclosed: please find $1 for renew- Though there are seven different .
I road and where every cross wind Mrs. Read, who'" tma a laundry FOR" THE GOOD OF THE HUMAN BODY IN GENERAL. :
al I want to say that the articles ap- blows off any loose material. bas'been x tribes of pygmies, .they appear to have
t' of the Kentucky avenue, dangerously. tribal organization It Is the custom
peering In the columns Valley As soon as roads are built arrangements no
01 but is recovering. -
> written 8. V. Godden. C.K tor a troop of families to attach :
; Gaaetto by should be made to keep them la Every Is "
New people still keep coming' in and chief and In Immigrant a
9 .' and horticulturist are alone worth repair. Borne dust preventive shouldbe themselves to a negro return -
are locating their holdings and arranging fdr to assist him to fight bis
food '
times the price'of anb.erlpUonter used Immediately macadam roads
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'y
+ + ,many. Yours truly, are completed In order to prevent dust to buOd. enemlea.NTbe standard of morality of Source of Wealth to Us. ,

?' '" M. R Cowen. OIL tar and many special preparations The members of M. E. Church these UW. people Is high and. strange

s are now on the market, and the South, are arranging to build a small to say. tbeyN re remarkably. Intelligent. .- b the a.T. Dr. NEWELL! DWIGHT HILUS of arooklr. N. Y.

., communities should be educated. to mission. church here. IMMIGRANT 18 A SOURCE OF" WEALTH TO THE

's 4 ,Binghamton N._Y., May 4th, 1910. look upon these -.additions aa 'a legitimate She!. Christian church officers and TTbe wild beaa Bring In this forest eVERY IT 18 ONLY THE COURAGEOUS, THE
EdItor Gazette. part of the road maintenance. bee their are killed fort even the ale ,
Valley friend ba4 a clearing on lots snaresJ THE AMBITIOUS, WHO LEAVE THEIR EURO-
f, JJeaiSIr-Althouch I was with the California has Its oiled --roads, over corner Kentucky avenue and 12th streeton phant. Pitfalls and heavily ':-
nsett. but their PEAN SURROUNDINGS TO ESTABLISH A HOME IN THIS '
," "Land of Sunshine" but which motoring.1s a pleasure to the weighted spears are
Peopl.,la the Tuesday last, and at noon a basket
: ,
and favorite of hunting :elephant THE WEAK AND ANAEMIC BEHIND. re
l; r last still)) when motorist not a dust path to the way LAND. LEAVING THE
m abort time September. lunch was,served.
jj, citizen who happens to be oa the road appears, to be with bow au rrow.Poisonearrows ,
t the'Valley Gazette reaches me .aeh .. This country could easily assimilate a million immigrants a year,
shot Into ; 1
fe j. a the same day or who has the misfortune are m.
.': it 'week It seems like a message from old to reside along a well traveled ANNUAL HONOR ROLL: and the great beast i Is followedhe uhI and jio detriment could come to this country. As.an ox graced he .
.
__ .:._BjQfniatnts.n<*sSi" I am only' -waiting to '
: ,r4 : highway. falls, when the Little hunters cam; lid not become grass. The GRASS BECAME OX. And so it was -r
ii -close up business here when I shall Massachusetts has proved that road around*the body and fast OD the carcass

f ; tarn my travels In the direction of Florida I treatments I are a success and more anti It Is finished." with immigration. With our public schools THESE FOREIGNERS .f

: where I can "see Kissimmee grow" economical than continuous application Record. Made By the Pupils for the ,. BECAME: AMERICANS: : WITHIN A GENERATION AND '

for myself. Hope to be with you next of water, and In" England dost Sdiool Year Just Coded, Catch.e.-aatch-Batt. ADD 'TCKTHE WEALTH AND RESOURCES OF THE NATION .
September. My mouth waters now for preventing Is always considered a She gave him a playful pinch on the
The following school report shows X. ,
describe. part of the road problem. cheek.
aO the nice things yea r
I Yours truly the names of the pupils whose record "New sultr she exclaimed. "And '

was such aa to place them on' the rollbt what a beantyr""Bather .
.' C. A.' Tompkins. The federal judges are complainingthat honor.. Considering the number V>f nice Isn't It he agreed Andre Carnegie Says : ,
they need more pay; that they '
rI I ,. pupils this record is way above the surveying himself proudly'the glass.It I.
have in both ends ,
difficulty making \
k was a spring suiting of the
Thedlord, Neb.. May 4th, 1910.Editor meet.at the present prices of provis average. and speaks volumes both for latest style, Even the editor of very the IOK. for yourNwife the girl who takes care of her --7

-+ -- -ValleyGamette.. lone. But when these same federal the efficiency of the faculty ancI'the Tailor and Cotter could have found no : the girl who isNjSEFTJT, IN THE moth.i s
that I studiousness and diligence of the pupils: P
\ Dear Sir-I DOte am delinquent
judges get the chance to put a crimp fault"And :
} r .as a subscriber to your paper. 1 had into the trusts and combines which EITHER ABSENT NOR TARDY DURING doesn't It fit weir she-cried. does not make the most show in the ballroom.
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t; hopes that I could change the addressto create high, prices they forget thja YFAR "Turn round. To. TI Lovely I 'It Woman ;raises man o the highest standard. ,
before this, but:there I. FIRST GRADE-Lillian Harris. moat have been expensive)*
St. Cloud earner the
Wage and ultimate con.umer I :My mother and wife made me all.1 am. ;
{4 'e' nothing certain.in this world but, well and think only of the interests of SECOND GRADE-Jo. Makinson. Per- He put his fingers, on his lips.

v quoting the old chestnut, death and the corporation., through whose; Influ- cie Oliver Lenore Van Duzor. His other hand' wandered affectionately ALL depends upon the PROPER ATING of man and woman. I

4 taxes.I ence they obtained their office. THIRD GRADE-Ned Bullock Frank down a very pronounced ereallle.and' TV) AMBITION to become a :MIIXIONAIRE IS LOW.Doo't .
his filled with look of
exceedingly well pleased withyour Bryan, Gracie Gilbert, Frances Tress. eyes a
am let }{MONEY bo god. I
pride. your
not feeling Several not tardy but absent account -
i and am ( on
weekly paper A Question of
.f Re.pect.A "Ilushr be whispered. "Not so very! It Is tho BODY well rth MIND.Thti a
good to develop ns nil .
future for in man has of sickness). ,
T sad at all regardlna'Ita usually more respect for Five bob down and aye bob every time
.w ''two pr three year it will surely be a another msd's size than for his age.AtcntsoD .- FOURTH GRADE-Nonle\ Driggers, Karl!: the collector sees me. first!"-London highest work for woman is to HELP A.. ,.ENCQU AGE. "

a JIl ,vigorous.,. daily: A population thirty' Globe. Barber, Bradley- Harris J Gerald Rivers An were. :MAN. I '"

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:, .. me Kisslmmee Valley Gazette .Wsr ted-Bid. for 'plowing twenty :i Mrs. J. ''A Wheeler of Davenport .. --. S

. acre m Park" Garden.: Work to be spent Monday In the city shopping. ,
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. '"' TKLVPHONK" NO. -11., done writ soon N. A. See Clay Nelson,Mt. Yernon Realty, O.Co.20tf, or Judge Geo. A. Worley of Miami* ia The: 'RDLL BASS MARKET '

transacting business in this city today FENOLENO
For ,
Sale
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY t -New Mageatic camera, 4x5 0 ;
I'' V ', and complete outfit Will sell cheap if Mrs. M. L. Merahon.. of Gainesville,, ardcnjBuildtne One Block,from Depot :
taken at arrived In the last .
once. Call on'or write tq city night on a visit ;' '
w. B. MARl_. A. ,John A. Gets 20-lt pc to Mr. C. V. Bearden. :' "*

i' = --1 : Arrangements FTCKll Florida .oj' all kind:
The schools of \
have been made by Sunday the various. EATS ,
which; parties who may delfre ,to are local churches are holding their annual and Western > I > f
style of monument etc. may do so by union picnic! on Paradise Island today. '. NO GERMS 1
'Weather ReportFollowing calling at W.. S. Harwell'* office, 20-1t '
POULTRY. GGS.FRESH '
Judge and Mrs., Fred Fee,'* of Fort : FISHSpeeiat.11ientiotr DISEASE
F.or Sale-Rhode Island Red egg. .Pierce are.the guest of. Mr. and. MrsX, ;

the daily $1.00 per setting of 15. None better. E. L.Lesley.Dr. Phone Ordtrs'and Free
are tern. used
Orders Where "FENOLE"' is
left at Bass &; Porter'
"peratyres and precipitation u will. receive prompt attention. atore"I' W.. L. Winn left'on Tuesday fora i K- Delivery to any part of the"City. Phone 189A

reported,*by" the Government SKA_KRO & visit to Tampa and Fort Myers, .and -
20-41 pd Pinedal Chicken, will return an Saturday.n ..
Farm.
station, at Kisalmmee for the Amber color; does not stain: ,

'week ending May 12, 1910. All our old stock burned lip. Every. Mr." Geo.' B. TaUnan of'Sb.I 'Ha n. furniture-or fabric. Harmless'to'
.' ,.- thfnjr fresh and new. 'Try our coffees. mock ha* been spending. several day in DISAPPOINTED MAM. j jThe I InewlHeleitt .)"IftlNt human, animal or fowl life, if "

\, lIAS tea, &Apt Seajinole 40c Royal J Palm 85c.. Craclter the city.. l| "Poor Riggsjeyl I met him a momentago used as-directed. Instant deathto !

Friday . . r*8364 .. 'J Boy 26c Florida Favorite 1&:. Mr. R. O. Meek making extensive QnseU.ii Over Which. He JM4 he, .< and he seemed to *e terribly depressed. -- Fleas Roaches.Moth:Bedbug Ants ddckenMite.oaqoitoe
\ 'I 20-tf Niemeyer Wiley. Insurance Agent .>"* I hadn't beard before he ,
I Saturday . 89 n .',' addition and improvements to his". res. -| and Lice, and all Vermin De-

I Sunday. . 98 70 . For Sale'or Exchange for Property fn idence.p' D upper Broadway.Mr .... Mr. Qalloran *urreyed.the insurance mentioned that he had lost his wlfa strays Germs and aterilixea the

, Monday ,J. 90 '10' .18 Kiaaimmee 10 acre of fine orange *. H. N. Bratton has to agent with a dark andHwatlle'countenance. When did It happen?* .eggs of all Inaeets. Foul, odors
"T grapefruit or cane land, located only White gone The fact thate'6.. wa "His" wife! Rlggaley hasn't lost hi*. are purified by>> : Its use.,' .t- 1
i . . 89 65 Springs to attend a missionary
i Tuesday ';: 240 rod' from postoffice, in the largest concealed by a somewhat grimy band- -
meeting u from the local wlfa. Ion misunderstood him. 1
a delegate methim
866 American attractiveness
J Wednesday. colony on the Island of Cuba. air* did not add to the
J society of the M. E.; church. I Just after ....d. been talking to
'\ l' Thursday 92' 65. . ; What have you? Call or write S. W. of lila expression. I QUART .TS

j PhJIllpsDh, Photographer. lock box 172, Miss Binla. Smith has gone to Baltimore "Haven't you mad up your mind yet yon "and he- told me be.had lost his GALLON 2.60

". _.... . Kissimmee, Fla. 20-lt I to attend the Southern ;Baptist to insure with osT" inquired the agent pipe. SPRAYER .60
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-- Mr. J W. 1 Convention a* a delegate from the "Ton told m* 1 might call-again .In a 000'". pipe! Jerusalem! And 1
Thompson the undertaker
local let him without him -.
I Baptist church. "ayl." pass on alma
has few y
opened a branch of his establishment
t % I at St. Cloud : 4 There' was two of at me to get more) word pr two of We are sole distributors for 't
q corner Kentucky avenue We are requested to announce': that you "_ andg'a *
f' I and' Eleventh under the insurance said thy. -V F Kissimmee and St. Cloud. Writ "
street the an' accident policy.
<> THE LOCAL FIELD subject of Rev. A. M. Chishotm'ssermon about "FenoU.
or 'phone us
] management of his son, Mr. Carter "
at the Christian church, next Mr. Qalloran breathing heavily. 1 The Bar te Human. 'regress.ClTlIlced .
I Sunday will be "The Social Crisis." towld and him both might call -
1 i j jI -, you you people bar'com to a realization OSCEOU PHARMACY - KiulMM {
In again and he come flrret. day.befoor -
, of the fact that disease const
" WNW_ can be found. either at his residence The W. B. Maklnson Company., of '
.. next to'the bank on New York avenueor Kis immee. will advance $2GO to the ylstherday. and I insured wid tutee the greatest bar to human progress SEMINOlE PHARMACY' SL Clorl )

Wade, the tuner, Orlando. at his place of business 19-2t-pd government and furnish cleared and hi.* company. and'that nation which first frees 1..11t -
1 fenced land for an eucalyptus experimental ."That: very night I met up wid Bar. Itself from the bondage of disease will

.' Dwellings. for rent, apply to M." Til Rev. K. F. Jonz,_pastor in charge of farm.-Tampa Tribnne. ney Casey on the way homewhich dominate all others. In' that land the "" '
_ ler. C the M. E. church South at St. Cloud was what I was expecting wud bap-
will first be born. Two conditions -
informs the Valley Gazette that he Mr. J. G, Kimbfough left today for superman
has continued Mr. Unlloran. raising .
For fresh flsh, phone the Rull BaM pen. essentUTtefore nation W. S. HARWELL
completed arrangements for a churchat Louisville Ky., where he goes to accept are any .
his
the arms of
himself grasping
Market No. 189. ..19.tfTI"y that place and work will be commenced a position with' Kahn Bros. He by can free Itself from disease. In the
will 'a few at his home in chair with two capable although, first'place. It educated
our home made doughnuts Saturday on the building right away. stop days scarred hands"and Whin we'd finished must poseess an REALESTATE
City Fruit Store 20-tf I The new structure will be 40x& feet Georgia scientific medical profession; In the .
1'was like this
with a vestibule and "will cost in the wid one another second place .the nation a. a whole .
Just arrived beautiful line of neighborhood of 1500. Mr: S. H. Cull of St. Cloud was in '"Tlstherday morning I sent for the Public at
pat- the his must be guided by the advice of Its Notary Large ,
city last Saturday evening on
1&1a. I to
and him
hats at Mi.ii.Bandy's. I insurance chap .
best medical men Professor Victor C. iloberson's
-
Sorento home Mrs. Office over FbarmacyKISSIMMEE.
to to
bring
i -- Preaching the Methodist church way Look at me;' I says and intimate be .
For dressed poultry I, phone the Rull next: : Sunday morning at the usual hour. Cull and little Harriet who have been and them.' Vaughan In Science. -. FLA.
damages pay "=
Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf In the evening the service will be led,by visiting relatives at that place. t
II "Qe squirmed right out d the door to the
a layman. There will be some reports Petition to be presented
of the White Star Col. A. H. Kenney secretary of tne saying 'twas no accident I'd had. '
Agency Laundryat 'of the district conference which has Board 'of Public Instruction-of W1L.LSON JR.,
the Home Store Phone 164. I been in session this week, at Fort My Veterans Association of St. Cloud "Now, If meeting wid Barney Casey J.M. ,
I ers. The men,are especially invited to which acts in lieu of a city government, afther-keeping out o* his way for six Osceola County Florida onTues-
Auto Livery day or night Call S.. the evening service and everybody welcome that town not yet being incorporated months Is no accident I'm done wid insurance NOTARY, PUBLIC... l _,
1910.
i June 7th
W. Downing phone 156. 17tf Jas. T. Mitchell Pastor. was in the city yesterday and paid thd I companies, and the sooner you day. 1 STATE AT LARGE. S' -
Valley Gazette a pleasant call. W. the underatcned qtiallfted ektora. who pa* r
Mutton, fresh fat and fine at the I'av this house the bettber 'twill place I Real Estate Agent.
While Whittier and reetde In
at last Wednesday a tax on real personal property
Rull Baaa Market phone 189. 19-tf a representative of the Valley Gazette Rev. J. T. Mitchell left Monday for I me."-Todth's Companion. 'dintriet aa mentioned below do reepeetfulr/ <:SS'IMMEE. FLORIDA "

For Sale-Good, gentle milk cow and was informed by Squire J. F. William. Fort Myers_to attend a meeting of the I I petition your Honorabla Body to call an election to
cajr&nd one heifer. W. Ct Gilbert. 19-3t that the surveying corps, who are map- Bartow District M. E. Conference. He HE UNDERSTOOD.An determine whether inch Sub-rXvtalon of the County -
ping out the course for the new railroad was accompanied aa far as Homeland iball become a pefclal tax school durtrlet for TMl. J. W. SIMPSON
I 6 or 6 dose "666" will cure any case through that section, had reached by his little daughters Frances and !. the purpoae of levying and oUeetins- a dlatrlet U r
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. l4-6mo Duck Simmons' place, just north of Ruth, who will visit their grandmother.Mr. I Interview That Made Matters Clearte school tax for the aelu... uaa of Public freechooU DENTISt '

Whittier, on their way south. The peopie the Officer. within the dietiiet{ ,to wit
4 Fresh .bread ever,( day also fancy of that section are jubilant over the M. C. Brock formerly of Glen- I "Come, mister -no one can sleep Bednnliw at N K sue af Section 2.Township t.1 Upstairs in lfiif!fUl1diD".
groceries fruits and candies at Mrs. I prospects and are now confidant that coe, Ky., but who was a Kissimmee here! said a policeman the other evenIng South of Ranee 80 Kaat. rune ..- South on t'lJ m.

Regero'a. 19-tf the road,will be built in a short time. visitor a short time since, returned when he found a man lyingon a Section HIM to Canal .thence Ponth-werterlr Incenter OJI'FIoic; HOURS: r "1.30 w .J01p< Z:
from and .._
Apopka Tuesday, purchased of canal to where carnal lake Tobopckaliaa. -
LaRue & Gaith ;r's de- five Pinedale from Nelson Realty vacant plot of land by the side "of the Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. lyr.orncdor .- ,
serves Young Messrs. Lewis and Albert Wills of acres in thence In a North-we" eouree along
licious Tampa ice cream. None better. Pittsburg, Pa., reached Kissimmee on Co. He will move his family backto road and aroused him. lake martin ,to Hans line dividing M end S.

Wholesale or retail. tf Sunday, having been induced to come Kissimmee and reside here '. "But I have a good excuse," replied thence North on amid ranse line to North-wart COUNTY, JUDOK.: IIDBDO/li7
here from reading the Valley Gazette. the mangy comer of_don aOTewnabin 2S South of Baaae
For Sale-Six milk cows with' calves, which has been sent them for the past Mr. .G. W. Freeman, wife and daugh' "What is ttr 90 But u.._ East to point of b.gioafag. S.F.KRIE3E3SA

all fresh. $26 to $76 each. two months by our Board of County ter arrived last week: from Lenoir N- that house there T Well R. C.Partln, J.M.S....".,. R. M.Partin.. J. A.
"See over
15-tf Z. W. BASS. Commissioners. Both are so well pleased C., and will make his home at !Steer:) Barelay. S. C.Partin W.D.Simmon.Clay\ Partin, 'IT01IH1t1'.A T-LA W

\ Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaranteed with conditions prevailing here that Beach; having procured a tract of the I please to do me the favor to go and Andrew J. Simmons- N. VoICe J. N. Hae. Praetto.I.CladtC.mt, l.adThu. _
will McCool which he will for ring the bell and ask If William.Dock .. ..... Oslo .... E. .. 4mw..
\ Price 2$ cent. Sold by all they purchase) twenty acres of property, use lob. Georae Newman, K. D. Ubby. F. H. Croiaam L..a e <
this trucking Mr. Freeman moved Is at home." and Acknolwedaiiieiito taken.
druJt ats. ull7-8 ground near town and begin put- purposes. ey M .tCityIruitStore .
ting it in condition, for planting vegetables his family over to his new home on The officer went to the house ascended
For bargains in resident property, this fall. Saturday last and both he and his estimable the steps and rang the belLA
truck lands and orange groves call on wife say this is the best country :****#*****.*****.****** *
bead thrust out of window
was a
,
H. 'M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf Mr. C. L. Goodrich an. expert it- the! they ever visited. Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
United, States Department of Agrncul- and a woman's voice demanded:

After November 16th wood will be ture at Washington who is in Florida 34r. F. B. Havens, of Kansas City, ."Now who la there I I I

$1.26 a stain delivered.\ studying the soils and plant life, wait a Kans.. has been in Kissimmee this "Madam replied the officer. "Is 1 .

\. Klssiramee Lumber Co. most pleasant visitor at the Valley Ga- week looking over the ground with a William Dockey at bODe 7" fcMKYMI & stir, rFtprtetars
; ,
zette office on Wednesday. Mr. Good- view to establishing a laI'fand/ up-to- .'No, he ain't, and 1 don't'expect himuQtil'daylight" .' k. : PRESSING5. '
Buy your gravestones and monunrtenU rich left yesterday morning to make an date tourist and commercial hotel and woman and DYEING .'
through Dr. Breaker; who will. guarantee inspection of the farm of the New Eden from his many expressions i of admiration said the !. Fruit Bread Candy( ': '".. 'I
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good work prices. 20 It Plantation Co. at Lake Center and for for our people and the future of at the same time a bowlful of water REPAIRING'

Rent a few days. will be the guest of its man. our town it is more than likely he will descended on the officer's head. : . Cierrs .Tobacco :: .'. '. :.r..',; ;. F
I' For Sale or 6-room bungalow ager. M...,W.S._ Alyea., decide to locate here.; "Well, "said the man on tHe' ground : '. ., \\d. ,, '\ .
electric I lighted,two blocks from the dripping officer Pastry 'CoffeeS'FanCy'Gr \ 't, .> "\f '\
a. came up, "you
postoffice. Apply to I'. G\White. 20tf Mr. and Mrs. E\ Leave word &t. mhouse and clothe '
Chas.' M. Booth of Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Moore,, for. -see how it la, don't you?' I'm Dockey. urles' -
For 'choice 6-acre suburban home Hutchison Kane, arrived In the city merly of Kissimmee Fla., and now residents That's Mrs. Dockey.. will be called lor and returned.
last Friday, and after looking over this of this city are rejoicing at : 1.1F : t
tracts, see Kisximmee Gardens; .
1 think 1 understand, replied tbe
20-tf J. M. Willson.Njr. section, left on Monday for Ft. Myers the birth of a daughter, which arrived THE BEST OOODS IN TOWN .
they coming on one of the semimonthly last night. Mother and child are doing officer. "You can remain where you i Cose I. s>d sake .. preva it. ;
We wish to thank our fellow ! excursions and desired to see aa nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Moore came to are."-London Answers. Satisfactlon'GuarotiteetW.
men for their help in time of need, much of this land of sunshine and Florida about four years ago from .................. .........1 i .

when we were burned out. fruita as possible. Both Mr. and Mrs Bridgeport Conn., and settled in Kis Death Ancient and Modern. i

20-lt Niemeyer & Wiley. Booth expressed themselves as perfectly simmee where Mr. Moore haa a fine The art of the ancients would certainly BASS..
delighted with our town, and it IsmoreNhan St. Independent C. 6
grapefruit grove.- Petersburg -
For Rent-Furnished, or unfurnished probable they will decide to seem to show that their conception J. L Sharpe & Co. ,

house of 7 rooms electric lighted reside here(, permanently. __'____ n'__ of death was a much mole cheerful ".
throughout Address P. O. Box 646. one than that whlcb baa obtainedIn Whole *l. and Retell _
16tf.. Mrs. W,>S. J. Over treet and three CLASS ENTERTAINMENT later times. It waa at one time IN '" w '.
Misses Estelle Alice and Greeks DEALERS ': Dealer1 m. ,
daughters thought that the old and Egyptians
J. M. Post will repair watches ..
your ,
will ,
clocks and jewelry and will do it right H.len. leave next Tuesdayfor had no artistic symbol for death <" h; ," ".
,., or refund your money. See him next New York City where they expect to Senior Class Entertained By Miss but this waa a misconception. Death Staple and Fancy -GrxKerte '

r ,door to Osceola Pharmacy. 10-tf reside in future. Kissinxmee regrera: to was almost invariably represented by Fresh: tfeef r "Pork, .
lose this exceU.ntfaQ ly from her '. An intelligent person may earn UOOt and our people without exception AND COUNTRY PRODUCE N t p!
monthly corresponding for newspapers.No will wish tnemXevery success On Saturday, last, the class of 1910 Greeks personified It as Tbanatoa eld- '): '''J
'" Send for particulars. and happiness In their Jle \ om. The of the Osceola High School waa delightfully -' ,r brother of Bleep. The Romans :Mutton : ::

,! Preas SyndicaT., B 2246. Lockport, N.Y: Methodist church especially will. mis* entertained by 'Miss* Marguerite sometimes depicted Death and Bleep ,KISSIMMEE., FLORIDA : -
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them as Mrs. Overstreet has been one as twin children reposing la the arms ; :j, 'J
.
For Cypb... Incubator, poultry -' Blackwell at the hospitable home of *,
supplies of its most consistent members and of Night The) skull and croasbones PHo'Ne IT6 '
. and Arthur G. Du.tin strain PHONE 44. .,_. ,
worker for a number of year. Mrs. Roma'l"homu.. and the skeleton aa emblems of death

White .Wyandott eggs see G. E. The rooms were gracefully decoratedIn do not'appear to have become common ... .' ,
Takach. Eggs $5.00 per hundred. 6-tf On account of it. remote distance ....... .
; white and green; the class pennant until comparaOrely late Christian .. ,
from the it ha heretofore
List your property with- Nelson Realty !county seat Being predominant. The guests were times It baa been suggested that the
Co. for quick sales.. They have the always taken till Thursday or Friday PI antiyentertainedbyvariou.gime.umti terrible famines) and pestilence which John Harris W. M. Delk aF
following election ;
an to'get the return
the value of
client and
can get
meritorious you that ia deal- from the Bassinger precinct, and the ate hours, when the genial hostess courted Europe' during the middle
any property ages were responsible' for the fear or
consequent mental anxiety experienced iPROSPER
able. 16-tf assisted by th. charming Misses COLONYSHINGLE.MILL'
by candidates in close contests has been horror:with which the modern, mind'
Anyone-. anywhere can tart a mail something fearfuL This. time, however Black we IV send delicious refreshments I* usually accustomed. to look upon

.- _order..business at home. No canvass modern method were adopted and the alee which several games Were dace. .'
ing. Be Y'ourown- boa Send for free Baaslnger return were In by 9 o'clock engaged In the moon1I ht :r I fDlseeurteey J I

booklet. Tells how- Heacock A 2144, Wednesday morning, Mr. J. J. WhJd- The guest all parted wishing thatMarguerite's R.1 uk.L

..' .. Lockport, N. Y. den. on. of the managers, bringing up Lord Palmers expected work iff ,
graduating was a frequent A
the ballot box in Mr. George Mann ,,
i For? Sale-New five room cottage, located automobile. occurrence. be done well,- but Mr. Preston Thomas i. *
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'l on block containing twelve city Thai present were: Misses. VirginiaTiller la his book tell aa that of lIMN pee- !
II lot, with fine flowino- well. Land in Through the kindness of the Clerk of cadillos be waa tolerant.- -Borne young I ayar. -7 -,'
Graves Besal
Moeeleyi;
-)I high state of cultivation. Fine trucking the Court A. E. Donegan. who off.redhim -Mae e.. gentlemen In the foreign office amused

It < proposition. Bargain at el.600. a seat in his auto, the editor of Annie Carson Essie Winn. Rhea Pher- themselves by "shining" young ladies rr

"" 20-lt H. M. Breaker Agt. this paper enjoyed a trip to :Whittier go. Marguerite and Meta Blade swell; who llred on the other aide of, the : Now in Operation and'can Supply Pine and '

t Dr. J. C. Davis ly licensed optician by last Wednesday, in company with the Messrs. Albert Bearden. Verner Ellis, street-that inn by catching the rays Cypress Shingles in'r

,State Optical Board can be seen at above named gentleman, Mr. Rose, of Harvey Collier Clarence Johnson Harry of the sun .oD a mirror and flashing :

, Park Hotel for gl uel. Headache of Boston, Mans., and Dann Smith who Dale, Jack Willson and Crit Alder them over' the way. The father of the '
'! years standin relieved with glasses by acted aa chauffer and mechanician. young ladle complained to Palmer ANY QUANTITY: DESIRED }
This trip gave us a new insight Into the man.
tested free. Don
Dr. Davis. Eyes t
eton who thereupon toned this minute
'", neglect children's 14-tf wealth of lumber and turpentine within A CLASSMATE.!: i ,
your eyes. I let

Twenty-five to thirty-five per cent .I.the mile.borderr of the of road our (county which by about the thirty way -- -The: secretary of state desires that ......'.....I*.... .... ... ; ';

\ reduction on spectacles and eyeglasses Is in very good condition for automo- Circuit Court the gentlemen In his department will .

for the next thirty daya. Over five I.biling) being through a heavy growth not cast disagreeable reflections on ,
Circuit Court convened In adjourned ----- -
AInew of round pine timber Wild game the ladle opposite.1-London Chron
hundred to be sold at cost
pair I abounds' in that section and no less session Wednesday afternoon, and th. wi
goods. If want a pair or a icle.
cheap
j good pair cheap you come in and see about than three deer crossed the road in ease of H. W. Savage charged with o .

It Satisfaction guaranteed. Front of our. machine and within gunshot larceny of an animal belonging to E. L.Lesley How to Test Paper.

DR. P. G. WHITE, I during was the the prairie day's on trip.the Our south destination and- was taken up and occupied the You cannot teat paper as you would f Tracking G. E. TAKACH 01ffce .

12tf Kissimmee F14. east shores of Lake Berrien Where attention of the colstt. all day yesterdayand string.- by stretching It. It has been

We can sell property. Any Mr. Donetran. owns an Interest in 26.000 until late last night when a verdict stretched so much In the process of- Lands( Over

property listed with your us at its real, value I acres of fine prairie land, which he was' of acquittal was rendered. by the manufacture that it"won't stand much I A Real 11 Lstate. Agency State
will receive our best efforts. We upend showing to Mr." Rose, who was here in more. The way (o test It la to rub It I '
lots of money advertising in northernand the interest of a colonization proj Jt. jury. In the hands. After such treatment : $ Specialty "fr Banks
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short time classic This morning the Ames manslaughter ...
well We stopned a at the I
western as as our .
papers to full of bolos and 'tach.I j'
home paper.. We located six familiesin city of Whittier, both going and coming !! case was'continued till next term and poor[ paper ( -0. SSIMMEE la .1.
Good simply takes the
the weeks four of them where we met a hearty welcome i paper appearance $ .
past two : the case of 0: R. Johnson charged t
from Kansas. They will move here in from Squire Williams Gettis McClel I of leather If much white dust I J
September. 'WrfUh; Kiasimmee grow land. John Rainden, Judge R. A. Bar- ', with bastardy was taken up and will -produced we know -there are earthlyimpurities $ MIM/N1r1V '

18-tf Nelson Realty Co. tow, Riley Godwin and Riley Johns. probably be tried today. UJlcra4Ek8JJLhRsJUe.ea.! ..O, -. kM- NNN1'b11'bAM14" ,.- -- .- NW r1V 1'b'1ALbr411'' . "
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RAYSTONEtl Controlled I by a Beard Known .0 the this coarse since the dqys of William Story of the Origin of a PopuJrAir
; "Eld.r Brethren. I HI., win we hear of The bunt as In existence. In 1SOO. however the
lighthouse service of England Is Bizet composer of.the world fa
controlled by a' board of1 the then Duke of Richmond mous "Carmen.and nalevy,
I IHII AU tIE VEla composed opera .
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per w thirteen;elder brethren. When a vaveancy made a new course, which Is practically bin librettist, once" occupied' apartment 'S Z .AND QUALITY ,
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'., I ; 2.50 to; occurs one of the "younger; the present one., In 1801 the course I whose enter doors opene4-on the same .f
Special by week or month .::1, brethren"' '' was completed, and In ord rr- to crte>. t'itrua' "
... selected by the "cider i landing. As soon IUJ' he had OnUhed .'..? Our bpdklet entitled FER1'ILlZING' 'SIZE "Atffy o'
a. If. :mMM. frta. R I. PORTER lip; :I brethren" to' fill It The position In Irate this a regular.meeting was got' :' a%air Pizet would baste to'submit it QUALITY is n ,. 4. + for life, and tbe'lalary! U liI: a year. \ up by the duke witb the assistance of to fact neighbor,. who subjected It to is of spocial interest at this season when size and quality can be .
44.t.44"F4 i1+4+++++++. +++++++:+: Any commanding officer of the navy the hunt and some officers of the Sussex the most severe criticism.: From morning so eaaily'uencM., and when the grower: a-' keenly realizes the importance -
-- ..'. or master of tbe merchant marine Is : :: militia and yeomanry find prizesits to night the piano resounded IB of producing: a fancy product.
eligible for election as one of the I I I the value of about 1,000 were put the compoee..'. apartments. One night I Following the article is a full description <,( our 1DI.A1, formulas
') G. E. TAKACH "younger brethren" by the "elder n>. This meant a good sum In those I Beet ItnMied a dramatic bit to. whfeb I for summer application. .
; brethren." There Is no salary attached \I I, days. This was the lint Goodwood he flattered htasaetf he had successfully Ideal Fruit and Vine Ma7iureV
AOBNTStandard : roe" to tbe position, but they are eligible meeting of Importance and from that sketched th. pride of a triumphant -' If T.'s Special Fruil and Vine Manure
for election as'one oC the "elder year it became an amnnal event toreador after a successful balK
Cypress Incubators Peruvian Fruit and Vine Manure
: .brethren. flght. Bat Batary Itatened.*B aQanc
r and Supplies England to divided Into seven lighthouse -I' Microscopic M..ur........ and showed bet .-ederatxntha'sUsm. W. A T.'s HiGh Grade Fruit and fife
districts, each In charge of a The- measurement of mterosceple objects I' "Bluet, senaewll t planed." acted: Booklet-IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FErtTTLI2* -
superintendent The superintendeata I. done by ratings on. glasa, the cause of this. caMsjssjs &iv- pictorial proof of.the merit of above brands. QeT: IT I
are persona who enter the service as which are produced by wonderfully "It's good, 1 admit said Hatevy. Call on ear local agent
apprentices at the age of thirteen- and I delicate machines. TThas rulings are i I' "In fact Ire too goo*. It lack movement WATERS & CARSON GROCERY COl,
late worked up to the position of !' constructed flO aa to accurately divide It laclc ST>

master.on board ot a !steam tender. an Inch> or any other unit! of measurement I popular *nongjie* .
They are selected for the position ofsuperlntendent Into any desired* number of ""Not popular novgM aborted' the Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.. Jatkkssonti i J.'
by the "elder buetht parts-as. for loatanoe, ODe piqued cotnposer. ">Ds 700 want to
w :a." A superintendent has control dredtb of an Inch or one OM-blan-I write for the slam*?" Bo-went out IBbtiff.
of: his district and Its employees I _ndth' ot an Inch or even< a tat soon releato and fa an
tiA Uthtkeapera am appointed for Lie I thousandth an Inch. The flneat nal-, boor returned* with anottsMl ale T4- .,
STANDARD They enter tile service between the lags than far produced by any ot th*''ten to thto," said b*. Er is my ..
IlCUM1OIt. ages! of nineteen and twenty-eight; and I machines are at the rata of sometblnc toreador Idea 'writteneVe* a to your
Pir.-lrsefsd.Lws4akNf .. -. their salaries art regulated according Ilk* 200,000 to the inch Com Ua> of popular :;. ." It was> indeed the N. FOe BASS
to length .< service and' not accordingto the closeness of the rule llnea can b* one of toreador and t;to. only one
(:1><>('Dls Oye staa tk.. Llghtkeepers as well u obtained from considering/that a thonv which on the drat night received.an ..
tie other employees of the lighthouse and such lines would only the encore and seemed to neve the lint;
White Wyandotte service are pensioned when too old to pace Included In th*occupy thseknana of a I, fight audience from*>Its terpoc.AJ. i, I: CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I

Box 622 KISSIMMEE FLA. perform duty. There la a regular beet of ordinary writing paper_Mow I .
t .i....... lightship service, also for life and the York Americas Head Money. /-
. 1 ,. J.......... officers are selected from the men. I When Scbliemann was dlggtagAt, the : Does General Contracting Building and Furnishes E'sti-
; .J-/ I The Den enter between the ages of An Old Family. supposed alt of Troy he discovered. mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether ,
r' 1r H. JEKKINSpurveying: I nineteen and twenty-eight 'but most Sir Watkln Williams Wynn, talking- masses of silver In the form of a* it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. I
; have been at sea. They are then eligible to a friend about the antiquity of.ht.f' heads. Gotze suggested, that these ,
!f1f :- 0 to work nit) to lamplighter mate '{family, was told roughly that he was. were Intended not for Implements, but Makes a Specialty of ,boring ARTESIAN WELLS ,
.. 1 and master. These men pensioned "a mere mushroom." for money. Bronze ax heads have also in which he has met with the greatest successof
,. ; i and when too old to serve f' been discovered In ancient/remains .
._. 'I "tlow Ira that he a kd Indignant- any man in Florida.
., fyt ITI mingled with metal pieces It/; the form-
FAMOUS GOODWOOD. ." "when I of rings In such a manner {ins to suggest ,
I "Wh)' said the other was Give him work and it
;; Drafting that all alike intended to your
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|lID Wales a pedigree of a particular Kissimmee FI la.
will
be well and quickly done. ,
and the conclusion I
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Something About Historic which Oiled JIll money
s English 'family was shown to me '
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I drawn that in ancient times tbe metalax
Rao Course. I more than five large parchment skins,
wtY O"nCR i IN FRATERNITY HALL The 'Go.xtwond rap course In. quite and near the middle of It waa a note bead bad come to be a popularunit .
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IInl<]l1e. It In n long wny from a station la the margin, 'About this time the '
KI SIM E .1.1Ct and Is not near any town says tbe (World was created.' I After It bad disappeared as actual +++++++++++++++++++++++h+++++4++++++++++++++++44 :
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money memory
sir ._ __ London Taller It In on a hill the top I
= =-- = II this theory, was preserved In the coins
= of whirl la Hbaptvl likeiv horseshoe. I His Consolsnc.
Obeysd THE
: of Tenl'dO"t which bore the figure ofan CASH STORE
GriffIn the space between tbe two Horns being "You ought. said the missionary
w. ax bead<< It has been suggestedthat
represented by a deep ravine, Tbe I .
visitor to the thief, "to realize that
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your conscience la Identical with ;your stole from {the Jericho and First Door North'of Postoffice
tart being at the end of one born and ,
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the nnlsb at the end of the other. The -
'F FGraceries I "I did. replied the thief, "but it was him stoned to 4 a specimen
.t: result of this la that the equestrians
There will find
who on other courses coatrir to .see their agreement which brought me of the. Weekly.ancient ax head money.Hatper' you SHOES, :HATS,

". both start and finish by the simple here." D GOODS AND NOTIONS
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process of riding; across while the race i "How do yon male that oat?" asked .. tit lY
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FRESH MEATS Is In progress cannot do so at Good the astonished visitor. I A. VANS AGNEW, and lowest prices.
,;...--.. wood. They must elect which they I "Because," answered th* thief. P. f '
will ae* and remain ther On the \!I "when I. told my conscience I must
I Deliver- Every Day at Any Jour other band the course la very easy to K I steel myself against temptation myeonecienco I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ I Call l Before Baying ElsewhereI. ,
,:patronage Solicited follow with glasses. I|I "told me to steal away.New ."- I I AND NOAARY PUBLIC L t _._= :
The races as an Institution are com York American, _
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-HIS. RMNGE contract between the two mea Then )
Bmsley produced his paper. and the Humor aDd r "1 ';
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frMullins Steel J ..
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averaging S pence' per pound/* TheY Philosophy

Monsinkabli, 16 fet otig; seats, .even A Man Was 'Firft Ruined, Then 7 next day a steamer arrived -with I '

comfortably/ speed 8)), miles an hour. u.. news of war between Franco and ." .V/IICAJIt No d'NITM : .
(Made Rich In a Peculiar Way. WEATHER ,
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Equipped with 3-horse Ferro engine, Germany. Wool Jumped In price and .
.' 'reverse reversible ----- continued to ri.. till It reached. >8 shllUngm ,,
gear, storage battery, .- : 1 ACCOMPLISHED j, ,
when the wool purchased ,under
,, folding lazy-back seats, corVfllled By WILLARDLAKEMAN.. t, e '
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,cushions, lockers under seats, pilot tOopjrrlch 1100. by. .AJMriom Press JUso- the contnot was sold. The transaction hlm..lf- "' I L- .
"J' cleared for Bmsley 3000000.' HH) ahavsdOh. NECESSITIES I
,wheel, Harlow adjustible top, adjusti- months be 4141- ;
John Ems ley and Peter Fogg were A few later Mr. Fogg was sore +
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angle helghth
any two men In UU wool business sitting In his officeIn London He .; t
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cockpit cover when boat' at anchor..Address bad sold out his wool business which .G{;; j- V .*
: In tendon Kinsley was a fine epee ) 'I'. had a fancyShftTln , .'
Motor Boat, care this paper. hearted man, who preferred to do b had formerly owned In partnership kit."
with.JDmaky for handsome and S And oh. but be REFRIGERATOR I'
while a stun ;
business on generous principles,, I" Was proud of vet +
Fogg/ was a .]_. bad become what,is commonly calleda i -
Bmsley, being of a speculative torn scalper,bn tho stock exchange buy- He'd get an evening ICE' BOXES AND 1
of mind took risks lost and got 'himeett tog odd Iota of stock and selling tbem Until talk late: about ,nAnd : \
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For Sale Involved financially. He bad done for a very> small profit Looking up BK exploit STttt, WATER ,COOLERS

his partner many t."ora. Indeed, Fogg i from his desk, be saw his. old partner' And patiengy ,/ '
was Indebted tohim-,for all he was.Bmsley Bmsley looking'at him Would be expiateAbpwt f
therefore looked to Fogg to Fogg was an older man than Bms Or the the plain safety ." , all sizes at

At Sacrifice Prices help him out Be owed Fogg a thou*. ley,.and since their parting his hair r .

- and pounds, but looked. to him not bad whitened. There bad been no The pleasures of rbom..de M moderate prices .
him time the quarrel between the two men.' Indeed.Bmaley A shave "
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only to give on amount a. dwell. upon
36 of fine land for all
acres bad never uttered a word of ' .
but lend him money to tide him over And almost ran
ri kinds of f niil.trees.. 8.rh res with bis. other( creditor Fogg not reproach to bill partner? Fogg stretched : Oh. \ '

cultivated and under hog-proof only d.cluedto, lend, tat ,forced Ems out his band, and Bmae( took!: U lie had !- '
wire fence. Good ,house 6 ley Into bankruptcy on his own claim. 'though.Be did not g rasp it heartily. To never wait around , , .

rooms; barn and wagon sheds. A week after)Bmsley had been ruined I '" come back" be said, "with atew \

wells. 140 fruit trees of there was a change In the wool market I I pounds to make a new start. fame For welting coma to boo.some.... .>
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all kinds in bearing; 2 grapevines that would have made him'rich. 'Fogg, who had"always regretted his lop winning: battles, -

of choice varieties. Subsoil Bmsley went to''WltraUa. where he 'action In precipitating his partner's Keeping cooksTb.y're

of yellow and brown clay. endeavored to recoup, but luck wasgainst failure, offered, him what little assistance . Such triflingetult.welcome to. - :,- --'. ,
was la hie power and asked him
him and
that be
nothing "
Ij miles from Kissimmee. He shaved himself; '
touched brought him money.' Be sank to come to his house and renew his That was enough. .

lower and lower In worldly goods WIat acquaintance with his family. '
19 acres in city limits, good
last being discouraged and having "1. your little daughter Gladys Sure Sign '
house and with
out-buildings, a fancy for the water, he turned fisher there?" asked Emale,. "That man and woman Lave a large ,Mosquitoes Flies and
3 acres bearing orange grove. man. "Little! Gladys is a woman, nineteen family of children." .

15 acres fine truck land; artesian Be never forgot Fogg's Ingratitude, years old." "Indeed! Friends of yoursr"Never ,

well that flows over constantly brooding over the many "Oh. 1 forgot! replied Bmsley. "I saw them before. ,

100 gallons per minute. substantial favors be had done Fogg remember her as a child who ,need to "Didn't you?"

For information write and the fact that when the' turning ,dt on my'lap-with-her arms about my "No." '

pobt of his life and little neck." Then bow do know so mucb .
::z:... A. 6I:N'X: dc CO. own came a had condition of you
Bmaley Imposed a ALL INSECTS
assistance wa needed the man be had about them
leiael__.., Pie..h00o000000 secrecy on the wool dealer In Australia of Ineffable
mad. unmade him. H. lived In a cabin They keep a look serenity -
( I8-ee )000000oo0t.AGE -' by himself on one of the points that as to his connection with the transaction la all this boiler factory clamor,
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Inclose Sydney harbor. Be would be that bad made them bath rich showing that they are quite used to.

NO BAR out aU day on the water and while and was known to his friends In London It." cat! bejlkept out of doors if you get proper
waiting for fish to take his hook as a poor man. Be was still

'''would think how delightful would be thirsting for revenge upon his former It Worked SCREENSfor

could he be revenged on Fogg-not partner> : One day he remarked toFogg: "Are you' hungry my poor man"?"

Everybody a Klaaimtnoe_ ht Kli- that be ever seriously considered such that stock
-klble revenge as possible; It was a sort of tag company of Australia that was "Yes." -
Old people'stooped with suffering' monomania with him selling ,at a very high figure on the "1 should say so. Do you want te We carry a complete line of doors and !((
exchange was worthless Bmsley said know bow hungry I am?'
Middle
age, courageously fighting One night after going to sleep bIB
Youth protesting impatiently; mind given over to these desires for that be bad lived in the region of the "How hungry' are you adjustable window screens that \

Children unable to expls revenge b. dreamed that be was out mine and there was no gold there "I am so hungry' that I cooN even

All in misery from their kienieys. on the bay and was pulling In a large fogg, seeing a chance to make money eat tbe biscuits of tbe woman next will fit any ,window ',\
Only little backache tint ,should bunt sold "
when the bubble a door. .
Bebad
Osh. much trouble landing It, -
Comes when you catch a cold number of shares to be delivered
large I .
Or when strain the back. but when be did so and cut It open be .
you future. to them H.r IcUa.He .'
In the Intending buy I ,.
follow found within Its belly an enormous
Many complications ,
tor and askex} her to bam the happy
wben selling a
they were song
Urinary disorders, diabetes, Bright'sdisease. diamond. Be was familiar with theI
make the difference In price. day""And .
Doan's Kidney Pills cure backache. The shares of the Excelsior MlQluf did she do It?"

Cure every form of Kidney ills company', notwithstanding the tip given "She said she couldn't exactly,, aa

Mrs. Sarah E. Rexford Kissimmee, Mr. Fogg by. his former partner, she dldq't have control of Us movements

Fla., says: "Our little daughter suffered continued to advance. Bmsley advised but If he would tell her when .
from a kidney weakness for four his partner sell more. "The higher be was going to start on a three yeans* "

,ean. She seemed to have no control the price the greater will be the fall," trip to Africa It. might help her out .
the kidney secretions and this
ever he said. And so Fogg continued t. sell
weakness was especially uothersome at wklle the price contiaued to rI.e. The Looking Up.
nifltht. We consulted doctors S
regarding : it "1>es. there have been a good many .
peculator began to uneasy
grow
) her case and tried many remedies, but OSCEOLAHARDWARE
nothing i)rough r any satisfactory\ re- was rumored that, there was.no Excel- changes since you left. -
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sults. Recently we learned of Doan's ior stock for sale. Fosjg bad agreed "Whst has become of Jim who used

Kidney Pills and procured a box from to deliver his shares on a certain date ,to steal to many chickens S
,the Kissimmee Drug Co. I gave themto and It be could not buy them to. deliver "He stole a dozen eggs last week."
the child as directed and they, gaVfe be would have ID go Into bank. "Say, that fellow will be a financier '
the relief for which we had so long "
sought Our daughter now baa no ruptcy. Be did not know that the yet. E
trouble from her kidneys whatever.We man be bad ruined had them all lock
are very grateful for the benefit ed up In his vault Willing She Should Sacrifice."So .
.. think two ,can live .. cheaply ;; M
Doan's Kidney Pills have brought. Emsley had shrunk'from visiting the you ;
ads all Price 60 cta. J ?" )
For dealers. as
by one .'
family of the, man he proposed to, ,> .".. j.
Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y,, sole /'Sure!" ,:,. ,
agents for the United States. .. ruin. lie home'bad put until offJ4a.Fogg appearance showed that atFogg'e "Bow do you make that out? ?",,. T"We Remember the name-Doan's-and .
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live
ought to easily on
take other he noticed his virtual refusal of bospl-
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tality then mode the call. .
KissimmeeGranitoid Crimea. have been committed for
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love, but many a band baa been stayed "
Stone Works by the name cause. Indeed by love "Wb,. Is a suffragette?"
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Makes' everything in Cement line, the world has been drawn from bar- i yhy"? J- ___ __
such as Blocks, Piers' for Houses Cement barism. Kinsley was received by "Yes

Sidewalk Tile, Porch Columns, Gladys Fogg. When" saw her advancing "Because wants to. Bee tax list 1.--. .-----. --- -- _. ,. -. -- ---- ItN11'N
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Sewer Tile Stnne Steps Chimney toward him with outstretchedhand for more explicit Information. LI'

/ton.. Can save you nearly one-half a smile on ber lips, a warm welcome *
.. peen and is better than brick; one in her eyea, his scheme of vengeance When Necessary. r:::
half the expense on cblmneve. LOOEDI'CI trr raoii BIll DBSX. as SAW m "Be spends money like water.Like ." ,
tumbled Use castles In the air.Glad.a .
Will do en..aJooot.ract.ln..ln I building OLD FABTMttt.else Do You
was the only being from whom water r Appreciate j 15
brick. Ce- :
out of wood atone or / ." f 1S 1-
saenfwork in all lines. All work of the famous diamonds of the before leaving England he bad received "Yes; the water that a tramp use* ,
guaranteed first-class. world and knew that this one of his any evidence of affection. The -

A /ent for the celebrated Courtrlght dream was worth a great fortune difference of many yean then between PERT PARAGRAPHS. ACCURACY :(,
v", \ Shlnxle. "1 will sell It," be said "go to London them bad melted away now $ PROMPTNESS 's' ,i

,..:.Jl, DICKERSON, 1t..1_.=.t.. and use It to revenge myself on that she was a young woman, he a I Some! tongues are so busy that' the & I-

Fogg. middle aged man. In the soul that 1 rest of the person can't get enough exercise. .PURITY ..1ir
tie awoke with the disappointment came out to him through the sail.and :f ..,
COURTESY
usual to persons who have had delightful the eye be saw emethlng to make "
dreams that have turned out to.be Me worthlivingOn. ;' -Being U the right doesn't call '
and that feeling' of satisfaction in KNOWING :you hare the best:'
only out the Nrateras :
dreams : Going on day there was an erelong cone- much for sense sometimes as It dee. '
Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then"pbone wants:
usual daring the day a shark ewa on the exchange. The price of Br- lor strong arm activity. us 'your : ; I
W. :I.: : 'IT' towed the,bait on one-of- his lines Be celslor gold mining stock was going up and we .assure,you that satisfaction! vrtll, be yours., _

PHTIlCLa.lt, AMU BURGEON, killed the shark and was about to cat .ten. .r twenty points with every bid.
.his line that tie fish might drift away Fogg had contracted to deliver the KISSIMMEE DRUG CO.:
--. MOSl PBMMS) M. [:..crewVK when be remembered hi dream. hares he had sold the next morning.To '>

Psosa 1. FXOUDAW.'W. Yielding to au Impulse be towed the pay the market price for them '.'
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-- shark mutton and. cut him open In his would ruin him. When the exchange

stomach be found a London newspa- closed with BOO bid for the stock. rod.
CARSON D. D $
per. Taking It Into his cabin, be dried none offered Fogg went borne know- l

OBNTAL PARLORRIVRS .' It and that night before going to bed lng that he would not be able to keep 1 '
BUILDING opened Its sheets to read the Dews. I his agreement In other words' be

OVBR OSOBOLA PHARMACYOPFIOB from borne. On the first page Se saw I 'was a mined man. > :

In large letters the words: Tbe next morning Bmaley appeared :

HOUR I .II, TO TO 1It a PMOMS1SS -War declared between France and at Fogg's office. Fogg looked up at v&r

Germany. him then bent bill eyes again to the JL_ f" _7_ __ -pair
There was.then; no cable to Australia floor. ,-J l'r

T. /p. RIVERS/]! D. and this shark bad brought the Ion would like some Excelsior: Ladies' Gent's and, Children's Shoes
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news faster than the steamer carryingthe stock, I suppose? Bmsley remarked I

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON mall that .would doubtless soon unconcernedly.Fogg HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE "
arrive. Where bad the shark swallowed looked at him again, but did I --- -. -,
Office over Osceola Pharmacy Jhe paper? That the shark Itself net apeak.

PBONQ' RMl .nC8 63: only knew. Possibly It bad been Bow many: shares have yon sold?" af YuT lir MARSH & WHIDDEN

r Office 148 thrown, overboard from a ship that asked Emale,..; It Is probably as desirable to knew See '
---- bad received It at a port where It had Fogg named the aamber of shares Mow to loaf well .. U tab knew hew CASH IASIS

been sent by rail Bmsley toek a,fat envelope from his to work well. STATE BAM BVIL8IN

Dr. F. G. Thomason It did not require a long time for pocket and threw It on Fogg's desk.. J.
Bmsley to see in this news that he .Fogg opened It, took oat a number of Some persons are cOO4IlIeea.... they

alone poesessedthe diamond of his stock,certificates, looked at several of are- well placed and are natural Imitator r ; H

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON dream. When the next steamer arrived them, then turned his eyee Inquiringly A

with It the price of wool would on Bmsley. PLUMBING AND STEAM: FITTINGL.
take an enormous Jump. Kinsley "TJso what yon need of them," saidBmsley. If every oa. were well fed and comfortably -

Office Phone 64 Residencel126 went to a wealthy wool dealer whom "to make your deliveries today clothed. what would happen

-- be knew and told him the story of the ; tomorrow the buUble will bant" to the ticker,? -- is
shark withholding the news found In Fogg met his contracts with the i B. CRISSMAN
GAME LAW but asserting Its torpor stock lent Wm and when the collapse I It Is a> hopeless trying to live In,the .
the .
TlMM Is n (mm. law paper came the next day purchased past as it Is useleM trying to live In -- WITH r'-r .,
caws say CM busting tance. the .t1 ture. Oseeo)" Hardware Co. -
hand-
.. "When the next steamer arrives. what be bad sold, clearing a
PURrs CHIlL TONIC the price of wool will undergo some profit
said
If.nwvntMd taoui*Mrion. be Important( change for the bet When Emsley' appeared' under his The people, who really like to work Forty Years Experience Large Northern Cities.
Chill,and f.n'f s. an think of ,fur,
sbbuld not looking
sell alI true colors as a multimillionaire Fogg any
Mine bottle 2fic 9- "- ter or wor... Agree to buy or Only Hirst-class: Workmen Employed. ':*
bet W tea Aak u..UrUW direct and pay me 75 per cent of called on him to speak his gratitude ther tban here and now for paradise "
.-. be"could not understand. Windmill and Pump Material 1
profits and I will produce my for what : S
Old yoUr merchant stood for "Your thanks are not due to me" Don't be too much In love with your .
;. aale qt this office newspaper. The Always on Hand. '
>00 paperndtfor,. but Bmsley threatenedto said Quisle "but to the little girl < self. Disappointment are so barrow. PHONE 88 KISSIMMEC,
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may be due to a variety of causes a. EPISCOPAL.!: : Ipaperpubliehed'[ laid
;, CARING FOR"THE HORSE. layered such Call for Democratic Primary In county, a list' of allnamei I Order To Do Business.Treasury .
feeding strong food. a.
Kev. David D. Kidd rector. which have been en Bled as candidate
turnips garlic, etc. second to feeding for such office. Department, State Jlorida.. Omoe at
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Wrfc.; Animal. Should B. In Excellent Services every second and fourth Sun ElectionsThe ... X Comptroller. Tallahassee-No. 127Wharaaa. .
certain feeds to excesn_s, for example FORM OF BALLOTS
Condition For Spring Work. day at 1100 a. m sHJM= r. by satisfactory evidence presented to
I silage! ; third to odors of silage or The voting In laId primary shall be by ballot
It U tbe opinion of an authority on Communion 2rfd at Democratic Commit*** of Oaceola County the undersigned It has bean mad to appear that
manure In the stable; fourth, to particles Sunday morning In accordance with the provisions" of the State .......
hone in the State of Florida hereby call and pro. a banking association under the of tdtisena
circumstances
raising that

/ combine
I'-; of manure and dirt getting- Into services. Tide for the holding of a Democratic primary primary law aa enacted In 11109. Said balloU Bank of K..lmmeeloaat.ed.t Klaalnunes, Florida."
to make spring the busiest season shall be printed and distributed .
under the dienxLions
the milk and, fifth to not properly Guild meeting every first Tuesday. election, to be held In romoliance with the and organised under the La... of Florida ha
7 of the year on the farm and the of this committee, sod on Mid ballot
rinsing the bottle after using washIng law. of Florida, said prlmarv to be no held In compiled with all the proviilona required to be
work at this time determinesthe hall be printed only the names of such candidates -
largely powders. Dairymen. .. a rule, .Mild eoaulT of the State of Florida, at the legal l compIled with by the Bankiiur Law of tha State
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. for
Stale and National offices be
success or failure! (or the entire polling; place In each elwtlon district., during aa may of Florida before an association shall ba autbrlad
hare been qulclt to see these defect certified bythe chairman of the State Executive .
year. the houra fixed by law' for lie holding at'election to commence the business of Banking.: .
One of the Important things which when pointed out and to appreciatethe MASONIC. *, on Tuesday, 10th lay of May, A D, 1910 Cbraumuxi, and the chairman of the S.tateCongTcnxlotial Now. Therefore... J. A. Croon. Comptroller of

should Importance from a 'business standpoint I Blossom No. F. & for the Domination of all Democratic candidate Committee arranged In alpha the Stats of Florida, br virtu. of authority _tad
we attend to and we cannot Orange Lodge, 80, betlcal order; and next In order shall be printed ,
of producing milk; aa nearly perfect for ofllue. State and County, to ba voted In me by Section Z70t i>f tha General Statutes of
well afford to neglect la tbe care of A. M.. meets first and third Monday the names of the county candidates, and In
aw possible for by the Democratic electors at the general the State of Florida: certify that tha ClttMne
? the work horses. Because of the fact I nights in each month at 7.30 o'clock in election to be held. November 5.1910, and to be such order as may lie prescribed l>y this com Bank of Klaalmmm. In the County of Oaoaola....

that so much of the farm work Is performed Fraternity Hall.J. appointed by the Democratic; Governor; of the milled the State of Florida I. authorized to eotnraenoe

by horse power It In very liri- To Cure Mange In Mule M. Hansel). W. M. titaN for the "....utOlllwo ,-... T he said committee .b.II.1 noon, on the Gth the buaineas of Banking under the name above
portant to have these anlmnls yielding To cure the mange rub on oil of tar I HKCOND PRIMARY day after such primary, or sooner, if all the returns given with capital stock of Thirty: Five thoua-

their blgheat possible efficiency, and one ounce and whale oil two ounces W. M. Carson. secretary. Provided That a second primary where nee-, are In. meet afthe county eonrt house sad doll....

Sti r thus can be done only by proper care oc one.half pound each of tar and I canary un
and treatment. sulphur and one pou&d"eacU of soap KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. be held on Tuesday the Tin day of June. Kiln what candidates have been nominated ty a majority renty-ela-hth. day of March. A D One Thousand

: and Alcohol. In all cases boll the blankets to rhooMt between the highest candidates, vote for each county office, and In what Nine Hundred. and Ten.
When the rush No. 10
of spring work corneron and treat with solutionof Friendship Lodge meets every where nominations shall not have been made caaea a second primary will have to be held, A. C.: CROOM.
a strong
the horses are put under collar .nt Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fraternity -j by majority vote In the. first primary election and the chairman and secretary of this committee ! U-8t xxnptrMlCT State of Florida.
cnustlc potash all woodwork, harness \
once, their feed Increased and' MJIH. Hall. and at ouch second primary election only enchelontorft within two days thereafter shall certify -\-, - -------
started in for 'ba rd brushes, comba and whatever therhalrman of, the State Executive Committeethe Notice
a summer's work I F. C. Bryan chancellor commander. an were qualified to vote at the ant. "
can'be affected with the germs. primary election shall be permitted to vote result of sad) primary ,..,ertlo'n In said Katate of A. C. Mayfield d_...... :
R. O. records and seal.
Meek keeperof
The Democratic Committee calling said primary county, showing the result of each product, The nadenigned having been granted Lee.

Pat Sometimea Diaadvaivtag.eua. I I election lu compliance with law, hereby and shall also certify to the Chairman of the tars T...DleDtari upon the estate of A. C. Mayfield .- .

I PYTHIAN SISTERS declare the and conditions, CongresHtonal Committee auch result ad lotto deceased, \
Fat corers( up weaknraw; a fact term on whichlegal hereby gives notice to all credo
E # which purchasers do not duly consider. Kissimmimmer Temple, No. 21, meets electors offering; to become candidates, candidate for Member of Congreaa.The (bra, legateea. wr dlLMbrod to all person /
or to vote at such election shall be regarded derision as to canvass and rulings of the having claims..t em.II.t. against said ..estate
The ability does not seem to be cultlrqted every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock I
.
: and taken ... proper member of the Eemocratio County Committees: shall be final to county present them duly authent(rated within th. w

by many notwithstanding the except the fourth Thursday at which party, an
t' I great value of such ability Even buyers time meeting will be held at 7:30. be candidates before, and vote. such elections tare before such primary.The 15 It KI.I.A L. .MATPIB1.D. Kznoutrlx.Guardian's ; .

1 1t 1 1t of young dairy bulls are likely to Pearlie E. Bryan. M. E. C., ... follow: following ane.smenU on candidate/* are -- ...-..-

I give preference to young bulls that I M. hereby levied for the various offices enumerated Notice.Notice
Mabel R. Overs tree t, of R. & C. I .
QUALIFICATIONS
4 carry the moot flesh. OK CANDIDATE* Member of House of Representatives '10.00
I' _ '. hereby given that 'the. undersigned

Meeting nights second and fourth to become candidate before or \0at --'" County AnwSHor of Taxea . 60.00 guardian of the person and estate .(Vero C.....

Spend More Tim. With Sheep. Tuesdays at 7.30 fp. m. or participate la the management of any primary Tax Collector . . .., .. ... . 60.00 minor child of J. F. Craws, deeeasedXwill make

Tbe'- man who Is 1 not spending more II. T. Stanford C. C. election hi Id by'lhe Democratic party la Treasurer . . ... ... ... ". ".. 80.00 I application to the'County Julire ofp.poglaCooni"j
time lu the sheep pen every daY'than ' aid oountr who are white Democratic electors; Supervi sot of Keglstratlou..j. . .' .;. 4.00, ,I ty.. Florida, at his office\ In Klaalmmee,'on Monday,
1, It take. ,hurriedly water and feed I W, B. Johnson, Clerk.- who declare their adherence to the principle County. Prosecuting Attoriiey.t.,,:," .. 3Q.op, the! !23rd day of M.Fl.10.' at 10 o'clock a, ,for ;

Bird organisation of the Democratic .rtr-Na. ., School Commissioner . .. ,.',. .' an.ordar to sell at private or public sale air 'the
q A OOOD TYPE: OV DBAFr ......B. the sheep Isn't a real 'shepherd. .ti. ? S.UD .1
; tional State and ou"tv-who are by the laws County CommiMloner . .. 8.00 rlarht. title interest and claim of the laid minor IrK... .. '
They are' started tn at heavy pulling Gen. 00. Howard Post G. A. R. of the State lawful elector of'the district In Justice the Peace. 2.00 and to the following described land lying and beV

tell with little or no preparation while Care of Colt' Feet. I which they offer to vote, who have paid their Constable 1,00 Ing aituata In said town county and atatar' o'wlt: '
their flesh Is soft Dud their shoulders Bo ithre Hint the colt's feet are kept I Meets the tint and third Wednesdayin poll taxes legally due the second Baturdav tn Lot 4 of block 4 of.Bobart Baas' addition to the ..;
The following are hereby and designated
are In no condition to stand the heavy level b)' a map If the wear Is uneven. i each month at 2 p. m. the month preceding; such primary election, aa tuHpoctors'and Clerks appointed'of laid aleo-' town of Klaainunea City. All persona having ob-

work. they should. Neither are tbelr Ringbones often result from neglect of r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades and who shall when challenged bv any elector. lion: joctiona to the granting of said order will file the
pledge In writing upon oath before an inspector. same with the County Judge afnrnaaid on or before
t systems in shape to properly assimilate cordially invited.O. PreclMt No. 1. Klsaimmee M I-'b...... Ira
r t hU honor to abide by and support the re- said data
I DERBYSHIRE G. E. TARBOX Wet her bee. r W Stalker Inspector; W 8 liar
of t.bGfNftR
the large amounts food given to
;? salts of mien primary and Tote for the nominees PEARL ADDISON:
well, Clerk.
L DIRECTORYOf '
them. Adjutant. Commander. tbereot. Guardian of Van Crswa. a minor.Ft. .

,A ") Before the heavy work In the spring I LIST or OFFICES TO BB FILLED BY THE Prea'No.. 2, Shingle C..k-W.it.r Mote-' Pi.ro. Fla.. April 10th 1910. 17..at
Walter' W W ,
I Preaching at St. Cloud ley Bronaoo Ivey Innpooton: B
f, q begins the horses need a good ration. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY' ELECTION: LOveratreet, Clerk. '
the Oiurtbes: and fraternal Societies Notice to Creditors
for no animal that has had to "rough Sunday school every Sunday at 9.30 Each elector In tha said oonaty. qualified to Precinct No. S, Campbell W Clark. D Y

KJ through the winter,'will be in shape of Kisstnunee. : a. m. Preaching first and third Sun vote la rid primary election, she'l have theright lobo_, :X T Elate, Inspector: Raymond V Notice hereby given to oradltora. heirs aaddistribute .
to vote, la said pilmarlea, for- ** of thaasUt* of Temple A." Mi.E.
to Into bard work In the spring.About Lamer Clerk.
go
.. days at 10: 0 am.and 6.45p. m., second: On.candidate for United State ...._. rtaslBct Mo. 4, deceased that I ban been appointed adnllaitrator *. ,
T
fifteen pounds of hay and flfta Pecboro- N Farr MartoaWarren.
CHURCHES. and fourth Sundays at 8 p. ".. tb One candidate for Representative Ia Coogra.aTw. H 8 Parties, I.-orell B William, of th.above named estate. and thai all
pound of. mixture of the oats : .eandidatn* for JusMo of the Supreme Clerk -+- .. . persona having claim againat the aatav aa'artpraaaDt I

on and bran in the proportion of (bait. FraeiBO No. 6, V..bb-W B Nettle. MB theta duly aulannttna tar!for setOaaeatwlthia _
:. .i', u.ne. two and one reepectlTaly should BAPTIST.' I Notice of Application to Sell Real Two caadldaWs for Railroad Oommiaelosber. 8b&... David Raularson Inspectors; A A Kitbeaks. : the Urn. ...-w-tbe4by law.Kiaalmmee. '.

be fed. Bunyan Stephens pastor ODe candidate for State Auditor.On. Clerk.PreeinctNo.e. Fla.. CLABCHCfe: A. MINI.
Estate. Jas. H. Hakes. Dec'd.TaaU
.
probably tbe most Important thing Sunday School 9.45 a. m--N.C. Bryan, .yiaitdldat. for xaambar .f the Boo*. WBepreaentatlva Whlttler-John. H BaUdaa. O April 32.1 10, Admlniatrator of said....... i

r 1, to be looked after Is the fitting .t tbe.atarnesavTnlsls superintendent whet It_ minimalNatioalahavabrthataaUM .. B Baa*. W i Godwin Inspectors; Rudolph
t.. Istt dar*f key OlIo candidate for County Judge and lodge Tonorf Clark, Notice of DissolutionThe .
';r. especially tale. of.col- Preaching: 11 a. m. and 7.4511. m. A D. Hia. will make .........th. *a tho Gale of County Coaut. '. Preainet Mo. 7, Baaslngar W Chandler.Jaa. .

k. Ian aDd pada., Collars ',that are abort Prayer meeting 1."Thursday evening. Judge a
r i I will throw the weight 'of' the load on B. Y. B. U. 1." Friday evening. MIl at private> err pabUa r l.. for th. parnMataaT torney.Oa. W P UaderhUl. Clerk Bijcaam 4k. Farmer wharate W.aVBac .

.' the neck, instead- the shoulders, Visitors always welcome'- ....... the following JasrrltsJ real aatata UMprapartrotth. candidate for County Aaseasor of T."... Precinct ... ft, Aarearee-John W ham of Tampa Fla, aad L., R..,.... ofNaroaoaaa. .,

+ where.tbelongasw8uebgshort. tollars h ,- ; ..... lames H. Hakaa. ....... One candidate for Tai Collawtor. :XLamona,. R L, Ivan. Inspector: F Fla.. were general partnar. la this math '

1' will also Interfere with the animal's situate la O.esols Cao ..w. Florida tIt: One candidate for Couaty Treasurer. Clerk. TtooD'j day e'Aprfl. A. D. 1B1U.dlaaolvad.Hlnad \

breathing and are likely to cause !, PRESBYTERIAN. LaMBambaaadlOaod 11 at< Stock VO. zed lot I Oa.oaadUate for Supervisor of Reglatratlon.Kvary F W BILL. T M llL4t ( ) W. R. BIGHAJtV r
.
S. S. Snyder pastor. mamboed .ofbloekl 9of tho-...8t. 'OoauLaeoordhia elector" jj In seek school board district Secretary, Chairman. -
a'' ', f bunches and boils on the shoulders.'A. to tIM plat of aald town old la the .nail have. the right to Tots for one candidate I I r
.of the shoulders Sunday School 9.45 a. m.Geo.. F.
e ,good washing offlo of tha Clark of the Circuit Court aatdAlso for membef of the Board of Public Instruction I
Notice Final
with'salty "ater' will,, belp to harden Parker superintendent.Christian _..e-; from .uoh district. I I of Settlement and!

} and'kee tfaenr In 'good condition as Endeavor 6.80 p.-01. lot 4lumbaradS4. t7 and M. la ....uoa U.townahlp Every: elector In each County Commissioners I'' Application for Discharge. '' J .

;;1 nothing. else will. Freaching ,every 'second, and fourth *7, B. ......-.a. E.'aooordln to the plat District shall have the right to vote for one Candidate TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Cafe LaRueAgency
of th*Samlnol land and Invavtmant Conpanr' for County Commissioner from such i
11 at 11 and
.8 i Sunday a. m. 7:30 p:, m. Notice In hereby given th..t4b. (undersigned I
_ IncorporaUd' subdlrlalon of said seettoa U.AH District.
1 Feed ''and Comfort ...ntl.l. Prayer meeting and choir practice fo .. guardian of Ira W. Lee minor will on Monday :
having objection the of
pesos granting fevery elector In each Justice District, town: the 10th
day of June, A. D.
t .The'dairy cow must .Nt 'well fed 'and Thursdays be ore the second and fourth ...... 1010. at 10
aald order will HI* the with the OountrJudvaxfaraaald. 1'.... 2, S, 4 and shall have the right to vote for o'clock, a. m.. present my final report for confirmation I .:f.
:! T' ropefljr sheltered 4f.T hfl does-hfp-bent ttandays at 7:00'p.' m.- -,- '-,- .on or before add data- one candidate for the office of Jaitloe of the in the County Jndge'a offtce In Oace S

'work She must have enough food for Visitors most cordially; invited to all ]Tails Villa-.. Conn. WALTER'I. KKLLOG. Peace In their rospectlv district. ola County Florida, and, will apply. .to saidCourrror o- .... .

the. support other' b6dy and then a Cervices. April 1110. Executer of said Estate Each elector In each Justice District, to-wit: my discharge as guardian of said Y r'

sufficient; extra supply (from which to( lft-6t No. 2,3, and 6 shall have the right to vote for, minor JOHN M. L.., rTI."

secrete milk. In whiter sufficient I - ---- -- one "candidate Constable In their respective Si-fit moth I ly Guardian ,
'CHRISTIAN. I
starch foods to produce body beat Notice Justice of the Pease Dia rlot. 'I.

c "must also.be, supplied.! The cow, that A. M. Chiaholm, pastor. CONVENTIONE4cb I Estate of C. H. Fountain Dec'd.Notlco for '
I Preaching first, second and third Sundays Estate C. A. Cummi..... deceased.Notice elector shall rava" the right to vote for o .
can- GAeab. Onto thojblue grass i'as'Urrwln | Is hereby that
go given the uiiilftrHhtued'
I.henbygive. ;
'' It'' of each month at 11 a. IIand 7.46p. to creditor and.dlatnb- or affnluflt a Htate Convention and there HhallapptMir ,
Is io her prime. edmudetreturntthe
the spring nteaa of the estate of C. A Curaml..... Hecnasad. upon the ballot, after the names of the I estate of 0 H Fouutuludertciueil
'would be bard to pro Ide better mIlk m. that. sheriff of Oaceola county I have bean appointed candidates, the words, "For a Contention," , will on Monday, the lath day. of Beptembcr Young & Gaithers
producing food than ''plenty of bluo | Bible School 9.45 a. m.A.. W. Winn ax ifllclo\ administrator of the above and "Against Convention" ho that the question nnxt, make final settlement of his admlntHlratlim ,
I I1T8U.
., It,Is wail balanced and succulent superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant ..-T... aatate. and that all pe""lIII having elainiaaffainst as t
r -two essential qualities. _. j superintendent. said _tate must present them duly sue be called by the a Mate Democratic Executive N. 0. Bayes, Administrator. Ice' Cream

The dairy cow should have a warm Christian Endeavor every "Sunday fhe'ntfcatad wlthlnth. tint prescribed bylaw for Committee shall be determined stanch-primary ,March 9th. 1910. ll8moGuardian's
.umI I settlement. election by the elector of this. Slate 1---
cool in .
stall In winter and a one evening at 6.30 In. ,
p.
Notice
O; f, PREY AT'l'. BhedfL18.8t ,
mer. The object Is to keep her even.j Prayer meeting and choir practice / Ez-offlclo Ada nlatralor. TIUQ FOR QUALIFYING I I 1 i
tampered and comfortable at all time. Each person desiring to have his name printed II I Notice ia hereby given that ). William R. MeQuald. ,
i
FrovlsioVagalnst annoyance from flies I ery 'thur d.y at 7.45 p. m. on the Primary Election ballot aa a candidate -I aa guardian of the person and _tate of @ .

always be Notice of Final Settlement and for any county office shall file with the Oaealla D. McQuald. a minor Intend on1 the 14th
far as possible,
should so .
METHODIST.Jas. chairman of this committee on or before the of May A. Jo'clock<
for day D. 1010. at a. m., to apply r ,
tl_ made. A clean-stall and lantl-fly spray T. Mitchell pastor. Application Discharge. llth day of April, A P 1010, hi* notice of candidacy to the County Judge. of Oieeola County. "

1 help wonderfully" j Preaching every Sunday morning and Notice I Ia hereby given that the lundaralgneda and application to have his name 10 Florida, at hla orace In the City of Klaalmmee. y .

I Administrator of the .'.N of Jerry M. printed upon a blank to be furn'ahed by the for authority to sell at private sale all the right, Delivered! In Any Quantity.

C.Uaolln. In Dairy mportaat. evening. Potter, deceased will on Saturday,July 2nd. aid chairman' and accompanied by the amountof tltla and Interest of laid minor in and to the following ,

According to a successful dairyman, Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -J. M. Lee 110 make anal settlement with the County his .. "..m.ot a* specified below, and no described land altuate. lying and being in II .;..

'the of dirt in milk) Indicates superintendent. Judge of Oaceola. County, State of Florida; and name of any such candidate shall-}* printed the county of Oaoaola and State of Florida to. \ .)

presence methods In Prayer meeting every Thursday apply for final discharge acrid Administrator.J upon or counted or returned If printed upon Wit: The south, half of lot one (I) In block "p"of Old papers can be bought at this office '"
careless and uncleanly production night >00. 22. 1 W. II:. L. D. TIIB8TII__. any inch baU! unless this provision shall Patrick'. Addition to Kiaslmmee, at 20 cents per hundred. Justwhatyoned }
and handling. Another com- > Administrator EataM of, nave been complied with said chairman shall WILLIAM .

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