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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 19, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00525
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'Whack Will?.Kissimmee Do- With Her Lake Front, '? ,
A. L :Osgood Writes Enthusiastic ,,
r. Is Will Begin on Shops Near This' <, .:'
Message to HisHome:' Town 'I' ; a4\ '. I 1
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' city ,Within Month. MtF.
, Concerning l Kissimm&'t ; :I' <':.j. '

' L' i , ..'/, ? ). 1 5 a : Ration Heads Company.. I' ,,;:-: ,
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'F'; The fillowW letter it from,the pen I y. ,
1 of Mr. A. -E. Osgood and I I. Ollt of'the ,$:KIimmee Jj, to hive an aeroplane \ :;, 1

!l:, best argument in' favor of this section I factory;, This will be Rood news to the ,,.,
folk,who felt badly because the school ' '
that.we have teen.' It was published ...
in the Goodhne Enterprise, published in of. aviationwhich..wanted | ,OOO and a: "''-_ ,

:: Goodhus';Mind,;,the ,fprnoej,home, ,'oi -. lot of other thing for coming her decided . : ". "

I Mr. Osgood. The actual experiences of to go to another city.I t ", .

.M intelligent person!.who come:here and !> &* 4. *ytxj J> t4 The company,, with a capitalizationof ; I I
actually Investigate condition,' statedin 4 u $60,000 baa been formed in Birmingham '

a straightforward way. an responsi. r"i:: AUu-r-and It is stated, oil what appears ',',"( .: 5 ,

Lie for much of the rapid development i: (v)1_ I i to tbe: most'i excellent, authority,, V' ;' .t

.()f Kissimmee. and its surrounding terri that actual work on the construction of ", u,, ,,o "

tory. No one who And oft the actual : the shop, will ,begin within thirty day, \' I'I ,
fail : on a site south of this city. I .
facts can to appreciate the superiorlty .
of Florida( and particularly of this r .' .:..n''new.companybh.adedbi'Mr.: ;t . :':' ,
Moses F. Patton, ,the young man whose :::
part of it. Mr. Osgood' fine letter I TIWiF ;
follow,:. fKlsslromee .;' __. experiments ,alone.aomewb.t original, i.'t. V ,
",-,' line,; hav*: proved;so 'successful,"<' He ;d;;'

Ma.. Dee. 27, 1911. has interested a number of Birmingham .'1 I
Goodhue Enterprise, Goodhue, Minn.: '
r capitalists his,machines and thf shops.. ,'_ .. t
Perhaps a few lines would be accep- '
to be constructed _!are ,will ,roanufacture -'
table to my many frlende_ .- _,this the, aeroplane for, market pun,

-parto{ be world. Am very sorry was poses., and will 'make' Improvements . '\'tJ.'I? ,
obliged to leave Good hue for Red Wing it until l:,
on it/aball \recogniseda d;;; '
\ on the morning of the Jth and thus *'the best of all the Dying machine '.\ ," (

missed'bidding farewell to those with .-. "11'1" 1 M .. Mr.\ Patton ,wh 'l. only 83 year*'ol : I
whom we had lived the put eight or '4-, : age,. la ,the Inventor: the so-called e;; r

nine year., but it seemed unavoidable, t. Jt..' r? fl4 ; "headless biplane" the Idea of which ," It ,',: ,

fend I hope this letter wllll In part,makeup .%:.. Js strictly hi* own. and which was ,patented -,, '. '.' i;;. ""I?"
for what could not be helped. .' '
Dec. 12. 1911. 'Mr. Patton 'ha 'i "

Will not 'dwell on the trip any more L- conducted a aerlel'of.up.rimente' at :'r ;I I

than to say it was full of interest to me, Palm Beach, and la highly:enthused .

being a railroader, tn grt out and a e over the success with whiclf efforts* f.

the progress along that line, made tile have met. The young inventor;* was I ,'' t

whole trip very interesting and to add born in Birmingham and three generations t

here I found the southern roads quite of Patton'preceding 'lines have = 4 ,

I up to those of the north in every \ ay. been mechanic.' He himself has I been

I They 'don't have all the conditions to Interested In mechanical pursuit lnce ,
contend with that w* have north; that II II he was .a small boy .: i + tS

Is cold and frost t t.o heave the track; It was at an automobile; 'meet in':Atlanta ', 1

thej to buck or bother the motive pow . I little over a that,,he ,,, .', J

or, hey run very large engines, and _. I saw Aviator Hamilton make successful ' '''' of\ yp
are a >ving Iota of tonnage, also passenIn The city of Kissimmee has a strategic I I own subdivision Cape Breeze, but for I flight. That wa the first time that, ,

gaff are loaded with passengers. VISITED HERtr location in Florida the most favorable 'property owned by the city. This they f POSTAL Patton had ever seen a firing machine, -
The te of Florida is building her I location of(any city in the atate. Opportunity propose to reclaim building a concretedock I but he wa Imbued. with the desire to '

keep up with the'tide o *traffic Mrs. Morgan Shustcr Once in Kis the city and we have but to unlock I teams, and leaving several acres of began constructing ;a machine I

ehe I.I nBkkfojoyinx' simmee. Her Father Here Now. the gateway and let the old chap who land now nothing but marsh, for pub Local Office Shows a Most Remarkable of bla own at his home in Hollin,

flies past so places, come in. lie -for a city park-so much 'Thll '
We arrHH at IDaslmmee O. K.. but many purposes Gain in the. Past Five Ala. machine wa a success and ,
about four un late and this delay _The recent removal of W. Morgan Which statement is vitally related to needed, and a city' hall. This work will Years.. Patton made,' *v number of flight tilt

beentkrocgh Mr. Maley, who Shutter the young American treasurer- the question af the head of these col- cost the city' in the neighborhood of but "when a frl.nd.J'ed''' to take a .
unit bave .
general of Persia, has a peculiar interest thousand dollars and'11I'11I "
Jacksonville, lost the umns. seven give trip he fell and demolished the 'craft to
got up at
to Kissimmee by reason of the fact Kissimmee stands at the head of a Ki8sfmmeeseven acres of land well The following statement showing the such an extent that'Patton wa forced ,
wasn't his dinner ,
hi rlp.f, It
car, or hat prior,-to her marriage to Shuster, wonderfully rich section ot Florida, a worth a thousand dollar an acre It i I. rapid increase in the business of the lo- to construct another one. 1
that ..un..1| noticed he remained .
wss bliss PearlTrlRg: of Glaacow, Ky., now section as yet undeveloped. A navigable rare indeed that public improvementspay : cal postoffice is a most convincing array . '
in Kissimmee until the rest had a'good Km. Shuater, visited in-this city, 'Om.ten body of water, connecting with railway for themselves., but'th.t is the op of figures., It has been compiled by The second; maehlne'wai also'a sue.' ', ; A
Ifuydelayaonthehometrip cess, but' Ilk. the first one.'It wa destroyed :.,' M
tart north *o "
I or twelve ;year ago. with h'r fam- transportation at Ki.eimmeein-, portunity that presents' itself to this Postmaster Vans Agnew in 'order to .r' : k

f;, it will be no fault of IMr., Maley'a.Wel ly. Her father ,Col., Trigg, is now a tersect .. this rich.10,000 square miles of cIty.. 1! '. graphically show the development of tried to make when an over In enthused Patton frl.nd's'' j
a flight It.
; r .ft ,Klssuainee early!' Saturday guest at the Graystone, and is delightedto territory, Kissimmee baa a lake front The plan also provides for separate Uncle Sam'l/ u.ln'll here. There Is aty'J

I. nomlftg, December 9,,for the Klsslm- : talk of his famous eon-ln law, whole which can be made not only a port, of dock on railroad property for the A.C. no surer indication of a town' growth once started work, on a/third machine/ .
and .thi" one contain four ,.
'1 net'!prairie, ,which Is about, 75'mile probably the most talked about young entry for the great country south of L., and for the reclaiming of I land to be than the postal business increase,'andit parts th.t. ,.' <
were invented by Patton. One: 'inveh. S ,
oath,of here. The first 35 or 40'mile man in the world today and who will the city;but canbe, made as well a used forswitch_ yards., avoiding 'the! is particularly gratifying to be able lionhashodowithautoma&estabilixer. 'r

L \ wai all I pin* timber land, great tall fel- take a place in later Persian history I place of beauty where The handsome present blockading of the city to present thefce figures": thafmake' the machine.tabhi while' '. -_
l In
lowsj Thl J land Is owned by some land somewhat .
similar that in.
to occupied homes of our people may be built. A representative this Statistics are interesting and Instructive f
paper stre.ta"1 motion. The invention
Jnd"lhe j j I are all,
0 syndicate trees are being tur- fncientbietoryof the empire by another The most important project before on Tuesday the dredge only when they are comparative "'
ptnlined. //The trees will stand this for man-Alexander the Great I improvement of the controlling<<; appa 1
young oar people-now in the scheme of lake by Ludlam & MacDonough, and foundit therefore "figures the volumeof
i' six years and then they will be cut and be It known, that this American youthhe front improvement proposed by Messrs. working in a manner far superior to business done in this office for the ratue.-.

sued Int< 'lumber. We finally came to is just 84 now-not only straightened Ludl.m&MacDonough.who have shown the operating when the partyof years 1907,1908, 1909. ,-1910 and 1911 will Mr. Patton had made *o many improvement -

tie end o this forest It was like raise out the shattered finances of Persia their faith in their own vision of the local business men visited it. Mr. be presented: on the new machine that' '. '
tar a cur In ,or drawing a line, and rode and left a balance in the treasury Kissimmee that may be, bv investing W. Knight, for eighteen years in the POSTAL//RECEIPTS he then-moved to Pablo Beach 'where'' -

GIlt on fc the prettiest prairie I ever of $800,000, but he caused the great several I thousand dollars in the beginning government dredge service, has been 1907 1908 1909. 1910 1911 he carried on. his zpe'rlmenta'with.. t' '

"WI and the balance of the way we Russian bear to growl in his lair, and of what should be carried- out at placed in charge of toe machine. He f Ihhi.IK&a..2l. 4015.33 t 0001.61111I3O.111\ even greater succesa. It.wa here that a '"

\\toiled a4&' this prairie, now passing: a raise a threatening paw over the tiny the earliest possible moment has made some changes and the big i MONEY ORDER BUSINESS.: he resolved to manufacture the aero, t ".,.
nmocl or going around a marsh.pri kingdom which once ruled the world.5huster's ; s19!';;.>581 18H47A1 Stf'&tf.'W: IW.S05.7S tl9.822.2S plane for sale, and the business of 1
Messrs. Ludlam & MacDonough propose pump is now cutting out the sand and "
and thou- BOX RECEIPTS. forming t' I..
feeds thousands reads like a company performecl'ln .
-u career a romance. to build Wall the water clay of the lake bottom to of I "
sea along a depth f' .
not f SVV7S I 207<6' 831451 707101 901410 short order: '' "
i Ilia l Battle, such as they are, but it is the of a capable ',
young front four to five feet J '.f ....
Kissimmee, dredge out the sand over a surface of 750 This is a creditable increase of been f .

Ity big,.ut lots of them. By the way, man who knew no better than to do with I I very A large tract of land ha giVen'neaifthla ,.' ,. ...'
from the lake in front of the sea wall, I square feet an hour. 'Actual work of postal receipts for the year 1911, but : ': J.
V 1 b.ft what they call the Guinea all his enthusiasm and energy and honesty city for the factory Mr, Patton -' 1 I .. I
the in has ,, .
deepening lake at the shore and filling Cape Breeze begun. It officially, the.figures given are not ,
tie hire, which I had never seen be. the duty which came to his hand. 'I : very having decided'that thus 1 II Jibe, best 4 F'F, "'
lying will take 150
filling in the low land back!: of the days. When that is com- important, the fiscal being from
i 8. Or I conld compare them to a It[ is an inspiration to Young Americato year possible location for the* shops.' He at i '
wall, making it possible to utilize this pleted the city should begin work with
the 1st of April to the 31st of March "
tland and the draft of the who at 34 first of ) a "
pony : know the'story man I thought building at Albany
for various purposes of beauty and util- the dredge. Now is the time to begin: and by 'the end of next March this I'I i:
reached the camphor experiment had already held responsible positionsIn Ga., but the bettor condition here'de: '.l, ,
ity. They have plans for not only their I II I planning for it. office expects fo show receipts of over!' ..< 1
_|n acme time after 6 p. m.. too late America: ,. been collector of revenua cided him In, favor of' Klasimmee. \ . :. (
10000. This amount entitle Kissimmee :

to look around any, but was up with the at Manilla, and super ntendentof public The incorporator of the new pant! ,
free service
sun, which down here rises soon after instruction in the Philippines, and had i HE WAS COLD a pretty warm proposition, and we haveno vided that to all a houses delivery are numbered, pro-and ,are all Birmingham People, They are' r ,e,, '" ,.

6 o'clock a. m., and all day we were set the world's tongue wagging: with I doubt that from a reading of the the sidewall&ed. Moses ,F. Patton, president; John. ,

taken around looking this wonderful the tale of his achievements in an ancient i I copies of the Valley Gazette which The city properly order business shows Tyler, vice president and Hugo!\F.: ;,
place over; visited two places where land across the seas. There is Kansas Correspondent Wanted Copyof have been lent him our Kansas: correspondent increase money entail much clerical Biedennann,.secretary and treasurer:: ,'.

tho ojwner had fine groves that hung still opportunity for young; rrien in America I Gazette to Warm Himself. I' has already felt the glow of work large, and giving aome idea of the ".,, "' ,' " "

heavy with luscious fruit.. 1 think the If they are the right kind of Florida's sunshine permeating: hia very amount of 'sent from this " ",. ,.:
I money away
land( company stands in with the-,own- yCUng men. If you'don't believe it, go "Dear Sir-Please send me a copy of I soul, and that for him the thermometer town to unsympathetic and indifferent THEATER PARTY'r , ,
era qf these places for demonstrations; down to the Grayatone and talk to Col. your paper ft ia 17 below zero today. has ascended a point far above sera strangers. ,, \. : ." '
about'his famous son-in-law. The foregoing pathetic appeal was received And if the of (' 1
however it is not-the fault of the .011tb.t. Trigg perusal this paper has ,
The box receipts are an ever present The Misses Carson Entertain L N. K.;, '
this from : ,"
.] places are not to be seen. week: a Kansas correspondent not sufficed to produce the proper degree I \" '
more indication of the of
prompt generosity
we, Who tOOl: it. by the editor of the Valley / of caloncity we can promise him I Girls and Enends. <$r;> ,
. In file year* from now ; making the dirt fly. Says he enjoy Mr. H. C. Stanford, the lessor and ,, '
""'" 'this | Ip will not know thin ame coun- It la safe to laY: that this country will Gazette. that.a visit to sun-kies'ed Kissimmee the owner of the poetof ice building and The,Lamda Kappa Kappa girl.',were" ' 4 ti

try. re find the same soil conditions enjoy one of the largest waves of Immi- We bpve known that this superior .will make him forget that ther* ever its contents. When the public need entertained at dinner Saturday night by:i r $./ \ ,y '<,

allol r,, a sandy soil on top digging gration ever on record in the next two newspaper was exceedingly useful in a was such a thing as a snowdrift or. cal!. for more boxes the call is most the Misses Elizabeth and man Carson/TsJT ;) W !

dow comes darker until we strike a or three years and the glorious climate variety of ways, but we had hoped thatit I biting norther. promptly and cheerfully attended to. at their home on Clyde avenue. :The '

heay )muck of deep chocolate color I and good coil are here ahead ot them to would escape being used for' fuel pur 1 I I money There order is an receipts interesting from July increase to. Dei in. dinner was a jolly affair,some Interest\ *: *,: '! '. x

why :,,.ertainly looks good, and, does buck up this Garden of Ed n. poses. It is just possible, however, STATE -PRIMA i' comber, 1911 Inclusive aa follows: ing place card adding to the gaiety.: ,rAt >, r

well!'.f part to hold the moisture We bought a place here in KI. 'lr. ,ee, that the petitioner hopes to find in the I'' July $3149.69; August $3236.23; Sep. 74V o'clock a}number\ : of young men'' l ""! a ";\ iris .

The! no gravel to be Seen not even a half a block. It ha thirty ,or < r Valley Gazette something of the genial Democratic.Central Committee l Holds .temb 3664.38; October. $4150.26; NoVerober. arrived and the whole company enjoyed e? "

arm lake here; have teen land orange trees at least, three variot' warmth.and balmy comfort of this win- ItVill .also$5801.23 be noted;, December.with Interest$6871.54.that i a"leap' tbeate( arty.;; .The, thor-: ):'/I' ,: i, t" ', 'i
Sa successfully producing tour and five grapefruit ''trees' on I 11. he ter paradise. We believe he will find Lively Meeting In JacxsonvilleId
h.r. the most rapid Increase of the five-year oughly'delightfvl ,evening ended at the' .. .. . :.
.. it,would .who owned:the whole: bUii it and that the marrow of his soul I : .oj. ' ar and looki If man. / ; so a lively *eionof the Democratic; period baa been during; the rut two Carson home, where music and refresh)* 'r f
CI'OJ long as the northern land me one year he picked f r* t grove frozen }by; the bitter winds of Kansas, year The business in all three line*
cooeJlldectwhat ,
kee one thousand boxes..,, W tt pi ked and sold State Central Committee at Jacksonville has practically doubled since 1909. .. meats wU'prODODDCecl 1 ; ,
wo ee. one crop' with tbe'I.m.' eighteen field boxes.;, ,The, boxes: are w il thaw out, and his blood"will tingle Taesday; the date,of,first primary rue of the enjoyable affair of the leacon. -
, 1c.r I larger than,the shipping bo:of oranges.. with a new warmth a* ,he reads the. wa set for April 80. the second May 28,' Those present were' ? Misses Mildred 'I' : 'J 2

jsr, Land .Co. I II, 'Belling lots Am busy now, clearing the yard, trim sparkling':message of, ,hope ,for the The motion fixing the dates was made Special' Edition Lee.* Ine Carson;, ,Lena' MeAdoo;' ,., v r, ,
T !; ming,treea and getting ready to have .fhnen which the.Valley Gazette camel by.Mr..W. B. Crawford of Klaaimme"A..deterauuecl '
t.I E d
,1; think It a safe; the ground plowed:..' Will'plant Jt first : . 'U leis McAooo,- .&-Berteb,- Donago, "
.. ' 1ltt.'waa-"madrw : "
oft :-ft reorganize '
; & '
road le-aurely:('comings;: toIrish'potatoes January..' After ,everyweek' 'J4 .;, ', the committees and remove' Fisher Elizabeth B., Carson{ Messrs ; :" ,
mer :gang grading all .the they are harvested will pat It in to sweet Thia;';dependable'familypot .rurnrn4toeI t Judge ehalrmani account of Tie, Valley Gazette will ia tw*)weeks. Edgar :Katz:SOnd.....'"Dutton Smith, ': '" '?

Weiwtj ; and Mttlera are com- corn and -cow pass' and then to sweet claim to be'the "hottest"' newspaper bia being now :a"- circuit judges Thematter'waa'table4'how.ver.aftsr istue .ha< omel ly Oliutnied. Special !Kaykendall.. Poyle and Von Zampol 'i f.
la August and that, with the ,
ad of the railroad. .There fruit potatoes will m.k,. four crops .,,.*ve spaded .,in(,the..state.' .In that one regardwe stormy debate Oscola to a Editjoa; tbowim*! a.I! large .umber el. .... A. : : .: ,..... , .' :It-
1ng f Mr.;'Otto Acker of Clt up a paten tor garden folly as Urge take off oorjiat to"our good friend, support Judge 'Price., The county'decision voting 1 local loses ud ImuaeM 1iot eL. Tae f.J.'Lat.r,, past grand.masterl;- Ol* . ,; lJ

" '*, Wt i a shoe merchant in1)Chi aa we had at Goodhue ana. have lettuce,. Claude, L'EIgle\editor of. Dixie; who the committee wa accepted. ,graciously. pkotograpken are at\ werk secmriaf' tke O./F.. wooldi.; be clad to'meet all ;Odd,,, ;%,,' T: ti i';,. ,
;;ands "man"Wottb"bis radishes,1 tuvnips. pe. ,beau, Totaba. I Is *aid to,write many of hi*"? editorial* by: the opposition.' '" **' Fellow',Interested In' >insUtotlng: : .
gas upBaides.; ,have out about two Tae committee also adopted ,a1"*resolution material aotvTlli feature will appeal 'ab"1 uttled'there : asbesto pspbr.4ax4'whose. ; t
crowd who hundred celery planta,'' which l' bought on :; type I Ie Odd Fellow Lodges KUslmmee.| A;' irf .' ..o 1.
for '
calling a atate :
presidential r
% $ and has built a cabin and down on the truck garden farm.'' said to be made of,.. T.he'Va1 primary thua, placing ,Florida, ,in. n"therefmlaf. istne,'A tw* 'wetkt. fret. meetingwill be held ;,.t,>the :CooncifChamber ...'N' ..... ,

_i,of moj *.and plow. and 1*;. >'" .., A J,, E.-...OSGOOD.." .. Mey, .'Gazette' .. doe*:'claim, ,,. however' "toW, lead"In this mov ment. . .tllel', ch Y,'\ I *at 10( alaC;January 20th. '.4-lt1. "'tt 1J""f: ; ::I.?

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) .; ';Page-'2 \THE. KISSIMMEE:t vAttn YY A z rrr .. . <.* .J-iliat?np, 'autaliu'y Y 19.1912

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d 1, the M.' E. church Saturday evening on
I. e ... '
Old Woman and' the New was enjoyed ,'"y ,"" -
the .
N 'St. Cloud '.." \" .. :
bye everyone present, and quits a 1''

M .. number turned,out_ 1n__' plt! of 'the bad 7s Sent. ,' 'C&mplimentary' : :f
.. Wool l. Blankets ; :-. weather., ,.. . < ,

T. C. ROBERTS, Correspondent., ';:" -_ .J"' .
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t' '..' Owing to 'the bad'weather and Bishop Comrade) Cook :died at his late residence Parties} receiving this"paper' who afro notregular '

., . + Warren not being able to be here the .
on Massachusetts avenue, Satur ,
'\ .ubscKbeVsimutnot tnatltIs'
; AT .:CjOST'j ,dedication! of! The Livingston Memorial day evening, and was burled Tuesday! ,| think- "
M.-E. church"was til Feb the'intention'of thdpubluheraltolatedamand : ; ',
postponed up : at 2 p. m. Comrade Cook was senior ; ( : _

: ruary 11, vlclJ..c mmande, of L. L, Mitchell post of them the .subscription pride;'as'it'Is, .

Rev. Powers pastor. of the Baptist
Falloughh '
\ Comrade on Delaware' avenue church, and the member. of L. L. Mitchell mailed to them:\complimentary by.our:Board

'" .- . ,,died Friday evening and was burled post had charge of.the funeral pf County.Commissioners, for the purpose. of, : p
on Monday at 11 a. m. Comrade Fal J. '

lough was in his 83rd year and has been services. acquainting them with the"many advantage*
All weights sizes colors \ and V
tick for quite a long time. We ext.ebdour Palm Garden and Bakery was openedIn and opportunities;;this'town and county offer ,

I prices, and all are strictly all- daughter.sympathy Father to Fox his ,wife of Orlando and ,little had the Uttz building on New York avenue the homeseeker. \The; paper will be mailed a' ,

4 wool-no cotton about them. charge of the funeral service.. He was Tuesday. evening. few weeks to any person,whose name is given "

This is an unusual opportunity also buried with honors of war. .Quite a nice little-dance was given i In us, and if they sho 1d desire'to receive;'it'regularly -- .1. ,

Mr. 'W. J. Barber, who has spent a the Uttz amusement hall Monday even thereafter, we,:,would be glad to put' ; } '
ing, and had a good time. .
to secure high-grade goods at everyone
t of the in Neb. is
part wjnter them on our subscription list at the regular

St. Cloud. on business and is stopping Business Men's League. . ' '. "
low-grade prices.Kissimmee his rates. .., '
with father-in-law, Mr. Frank (<1' ,
well, on Michigan avenue. We are League met in regular session January f (. I

pleased to sea Mr. Barber looking bet- 15, 1912 and was called to order by

',f ter. Vice-President Smith, J. M. Anderson, I"" ..:..
assistant secretary). ..

Amopg those stopping'. at the Bon Alt aud approved for ,

,I house are Rev. W. Gemmill, Millvllle, December 18, secretary stating no minutes -

Furniture Co.I' Pa ; J. F. Allen.. Lyndonville, Vt.; R were made of January 8, as no

I H. Gemmill and wife South English; business was transacted.Mr. .
1I .
la. ; Capt. Mj.. C. Babcock, Idaho Fall., King reported relative to freight I

Idaho; Comrade John Coats, Friendship rates. .

N. J.; Comrade Ellie, Cleveland, Moved by Capt. Farris, seconded by .

:' 0.; Mrs. James Shelbourn, Saurnek; Mr. Payne/that a committee of three ,
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Ky.; A. E. Shannon Garland, Mich., be appointed: to meet the County Commissioners -

I// I T. J. Miller, Battle Creek, Mich. of Osceois and Brevard re!- 25'PerCent Off.

atlve to having an auto road from Kis

:, The news of the recent acquittal of simmee to East Coast, this committeeto -" -, "-" _._,
Mr. J. P. Jones at the last term of act in conjunction with committee -
court of the charge of libel brought from Board of Trade. Carried. Com-

I against him by B. F. Rulls of this town mittee appointed, Capt. Farris, Capt.

Was received by his friends here Scriber and Capt. Frost.
Florida Homes A discount of 25 cent will be allowed
with much Bill of ".00 due L. L. Mitchell POD per
read and ordered paid. on Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Long

Christian Science services every Sun. Adjourned at 7 o'clock. Coats. I

., =- AND INVESMENTSBROWN = day at 2:30: ,p. m. in the Christian church, I
Our matchless line of "Printzess"
Kentucky avenue and Eleventh street.B garmentsis ,
Without Limitations.Our .
, F. Kinsey, first reader, Annette included in this offer. '
k .' .t- .FARM. This farm contains 40 acres,.located y mile from Smith, second reader. country Is the world;; our countrymen
I railway station, less than 200 .yards from school and church. are mankind.-WJlltam Lloyd

t About 16 acres in cultivation, fenced hog tight, 25 acres of fine citrus Oarrlson .
t fruit land, 16 acres of Rood trucking land about one dozen splendid Friday, January 5, was Arbor Day -
large bearing orange trees, of good variety. Medium .table.. 4-room and the Ladies' Improvement Club was Notice. ,

I frame house, 2 fireplaces, 2 porches. Price $1600,. time on half if prompt to see an opportunity for the
e. desired. Notice is hereby given that all bill KATZ'SSPECIAL
betterment of
e. KEENE. FARM. This place contains 20 acre., comparatively level our town. Friday morning for water and lights are due when presented I ;
land,-rlcb dark gray ash soil with fine chocolate eub-.oil; 16 acres was clear and cold and at 2 o'clocka the collector but fail- .
by ,
1F': in cultivation, stumps all out but two 4 acres on one corner timber fair sized audience and the St. Cloud upon I

land, nicely .et to gr.... Fenced hog tight running water throughit. drum corps were at the New St. Cloud ure to pay when account is'presented

Fire-room box nouse, 2 porches, good .tables, sheds, 3 grain bins, hotel. The exercises with the all parties in arrears are required to
w $ one deep and one open well, about 2 acres of orange grove in bearing, opened" call at the collector's office and settle .

< besides grapefruit, Japanese persimmons, plum., peaches and pears, Singing of "America followed by for full, amount due. Otherwise, service I .
I -d fine line of live oak trees in front with a few Chinese umbrella tree., prayer by J. H. Rodgers. Mrs Cooper
Sil several maples and a few pine, several nice large shade trees in the made a few remarks on Arbor Day In for lights or water will be discon- :
f' beautiful palm 2 magnolias Some myrtle rosebushes tinued without further notice. In case
front yard, a crepe '
behalf of the club and Rev. W. F. Kenney 'I
1' ., 2 grape arbors, chicken house and chicken yards and .a beautiful lights or water is turned off for nonpayment "
'place for an ideal home. About one mile from the city limits. [epoke for the Veterans' association. '
fee of will
a $1 be chargedfor
4 Will introduce) purchaser to owner.with whom they can deal direct on Mrs. Squires told of the work the club _J {
reconnecting where further serviceIs )
i.' I this farm. is trying to do and its object, the improvement -
,, PEGHORN PROPERTY! Ws have 278 acres Of good land, good soil required.By .
et ,I" well adapted to farming and citrus fruits. About 200 acres of our town and ourselves, order of Council, Jan. 3. 1912.
4. P. !ti t fenced 15 acre. In cultivation 2 acre. of bearing orange grove and and as the drum corps and lee
,. .,.. c some ypung trees coming on It-room house store building on the corner the way, all marched to the park be SALE
< of the place. The bulWlnj II rentd for 1912 for $200, payable tween New York avenue and Pennsylvania 4-3t Collector.
? 1 I : monthly In advance. School house 100 yards from the residence on
;k >;;' t the land.. Considerable saw timber and lots! of tie timber of value on on Tenth street. To the tree. Tampa Business College.
b 1 the place; about 25 acres of cypress timber, valuable for fence posts, planted names were given, such as ,
;+' telegraph and telephone pole. This is a splendid property, about. 2 Abraham Lincoln Gov. Gilchrist, J. This is 'one of the few business training LACES AND ()

mile. from a town of 2600 people, mile. from railway junction ) Sterling Morton founder of Arbor Day; colleges in America owning its build- EMBROIDERIESf ,

P; mile to church, good neighborhood on 2 well traveled road. Price, $25 Chauncey M. Depew Dr. Farris, chair- tngl and used exclusively for college) and I i}
Favorable of
per TEN acre.ACRES of land term.just across payment.the road from the above. Fenced man of the' committee to secure the dormitory purpose. ,Every department One Week Beginning Sat Jan. 20 f !{

and cross fenced, all I in cultivation, 71 acres of excellent citrus, trees; T. J. Hunter, the man who started equipped in modern office "style. Over ," ,.

fruit land with about 2i acres of bearing grove,' mostly grapefruit, the blue gum eucalyptus trees in forty brand new visible typewriters for
tl" some tangerine. and good variety of acres of extraor- students' use. Penmanship, practictf
orante.'b21 St. Cloud Anna of
'" ; Squires, president
.. land house
-trucking /
'I .. T shed Price ydr' the club Annetta Smith bookkeeping, and simplest and briefestehoithand1aii The Laces include Torchon Val, and small lot of
1 ., 2 wells 3-room house. $1600 on favorable terms of pa ; presB :orres- ., a Clun.v,
I ment. The orchard will pay a big interest on the amount without the pondent of the club; St. Cloud Drum ( 1 t by experts.: Six hurT- Tn various widths-"--' - "" -, ,

balance of the farm. dred students the past year. More position
Corps, and on the eastern side of the
PINEHURST HOME. Here we have a house of 4 large rooms with open than this college can fill.
between the G. A. R. and the ba- Embroideries in widths and suitable for
rt a rear porch, front porch and a veranda fronting the east. Beautiful park, Winter term begins first week 1n January qualities trimmingsof
View of the lake, overlooking! the town, located on the highest ground nana trees, stands one named for W. 1912. Catalogue and other literature all kinds.
'a near Kissimmee. A splendid deep well of good water, nice young II. Lynn, president of the :::eminole free. L. M. Hatton, President.

t I pin trees surrounding the place. Prettiest place to live in the coun- Land & Investment Co and the man 1-tf Stamping from patterns, to order, Is a specialty Here, and

d' 800 try.feet Fronting of ground on Hudson goes with avenue this ,place lustoutside, plenty the of room city limits.for a nice Nearly or- who gave- the .park to the Ladies' Improvement you'll find almost anything you want in this line; also a full line

t r 'angs grove, chicken yards arid gardening. The house on this place is club as a beauty spot for our Notice, of ready-stamped pillow tope, centre pieces, belts towels, etc,

a all nicely) screened and has 5 nice large closets ,An ideal place to live. town. As each tree was set up and with materials for working; i
Under the proMxtom of Section 766 of the
l Price, $1260 on easy terms of payment named Comrade Cooley held the Stars General Statutes ol the State of Florid ivotlce
No..2S-SCHNEIDER FARM. This farm contains 120 acres, located I. hereby given that at a regular meetluK. of tbeioarti
and It insure its ,
r] a beautiful large, clear lake, which is connected with 6 or 7 other Stripes over to success of County CoiumiftHlaiien of O"cela.eouuty. )
lake. artificial lle. Some of the finest rich muck landfor farm- and growth. In said (Slate. beld on tbe Int day of.
by an January A D. 1911, the boundarlea <'ora.otiwloneni'
4 Ing on the place, fine lot of hammock land with hard oak timber, a ---_/ UtrleU No.... 8 and 4 in said coutf.y Mrs. E. L. Pearce
land with considerable were changed, aqd that Hald bouu, aschanged
great deal of mast for bog,. This is high pine The fourteenth monthly meeting of .
ar* now a> follow
i saw timber. One orange grove of 9 acre., about one dozen splendid the New York Veterans' Association
DUlrlc No. Beginning' at the northeast
'4. grapefruit trees 6 tangerines, balance good variety of oranges. This occurred at the G. A. R. hall Tuesday corner of township :/., "south' range 34 ant, and
i" 4 Is a thrifty, healthy grove in good condition. Another grove of about running; thence wear on the county line to tbe
v 8 acres, most of which is grapefruit Over a carload of grapefl'ulton evening. There was' a large number range line dividing township do and 81)* thence.
p r this grove at the present time, besides a fine lot of oranges and tan- present and the usual business was.ransacted onlb allga on; thence ald range"uth..e.t, line to Lake to the East head Tuhope.of theDralnige

l .1" gerines. Several more acres of land ready to plant to grove, 3-room : The social program followed Canal on acid lake; thence down
x house, .table., large log barn. Beautiful place for a home, 41 1 miles center of ald canal to Lake Tobopekallga; .' _f' .
C .: opened by the choir singing thence went acroaa said lake to lie westernmargin .
foom a town of 2500 people, 21 miles from railway station. Price, ; thence south on went shore of*.Id r
$12,500, $2500 cash, balance $1,000()() per annum, payable in February of "Outside the Old Home They Wander. take to the canal: thenoe down the renter of ';I .
each year with interest at 6 per cent. These groves, properly managed Prayer by Comrade Cooley. Comrade anal to Lake Cypress; thence east on the maT Tea.
u should make all the deferred and a family be- pInof Lake Cypresi.: thence east to township The of S 1 or $2 Acre MonthBuy
I payments support Scriber gave some war reminiscencesand line. dlTldlng I townships J7 and 28; thence east earliest mention tea by an per per
4 lli beside leaving the balance of the farm for other purpose A fine to the range line between and 82; ngllsb-speaklng! writer Is probably
opportunity to grow wealthy from a small outlay of cash to start with. spoke at length on the greatness bend, south to the brnfte dividing a Sanford celery fara. Flowing: artcelaa -
of beloved Empire state. Airs. S.2.Hill to..nlbln.1II and it; thence taut to tbe eastern I bat contained in a letter from.Wick' well " Hab-lrrlcattoa.
Owner Is non-resident would Kansas our
t rt. a and accept some good property boundary Ipt the county, and thence north lam, an agent of tbe East India corn-: lies drains. good prorea list rich:
1, c as part pay.PlbEUALE.. recited New Year's greeting. long tbe county line to the point of begin- so Interest, water and rail tra porta-
any, written from Flrando, Japan, on Hon. Our liberal contract aft: alx
f / We have several fine 2,5 and 10-acre tracts of land in Ing.District
t Comrade Currier, violin. Comrade A. tare to cat Title Bond it
June 27, 1615. to Eaton, another pay: dajaranteeo.
No. I the northeast agentof
JS 04' Pinedale. Fine.t of suburban property near Kissimmee. Land Beginning at .. Banford. Ha. 4ITT
: lies high, overlooking the town and lake, joins the city limits. An A. Hanscom recited'a fine poem. J. G. corner of township 29 south the, range M east, and I the company, resident at Macao, :
aiming thence.onth on 'county line to the
M, ideal place for poultry business and growing orange groves, giving Hill gave a comic recitation. Comrade township line dividing. townihlps al and 52, I skins 'for a pot of tbe "best sort of -
4. advantages of high schools, churches and good markets. with 4,000 Purdy sang "The Old Coat of Blue." thence west oft kid townnhln line to the KIsimmee haw." It was not till 1650 or there-

", Favorable Prices from $250 to $375 for these". v 6-acre tracts. Select reading by Mrs. Smith, "Xmas .cry of the river county; thence to north Lake on Cypress western: bound.tbenoe bouts, that the English began to use *!
\ terms of payment north and east on seat shore of Lake Cypress I Ito tea to any considerable extent-and Wood's< ds
t'' r ,*' PARK GARDENS. Park Garden is located only a little over a mile Giving. Song by Miss Vincent the township line between toMTPMhv! fl // ..ndaI with of
the In
to from the city limits, has the county boundary on the west, a beautiful Mrs. Hollenbaugh. Song by male quar- : ; thence east along said line to the range reason price tea Eng
line\ 'between ran e. HI and X2; thence south land ranging from $30 to $50 pel'pound. For 1912.
.stream of water on the north and Lake Tohopekaliga on the east. tette. The next meeting will be held long said 1 line to the township: line between: I
\ This is line bottom land on which excellent flowing wells can be secured townsblua- :Xt and :fi, and thence east to the
I at the new home of J. N. Smith on the .
of betlln ln. Our New Descriptive C&ialog
,.J there now being about one dozen wells in operation; land the point :
'\ very finest rich soil. capable of growing 3 crop. per annum. These lake front. The ladies are requestedto laid of changes being MK.8,made under of the provl-of is fully up-to-date, and Ups s U
lone Chapter Act 1900. Laws
i lands can be had in 6, 10 or 40-acre tracts as desired. No better land I' ; prepare well filled baskets! and all .....>rIda. . about the hestGarden
k4 in Florida. One yea'ltrucking on these land. should pay several meet at 10 o'clock 'sharp it ComradeKnapp's In witness: whereof, I have hereunto set mv: -Spencer and Free Libraries.Buskin's .
t awl and official seal, at Kinalmmee, In said dislike for public libraries ,
of One well
times the present price f 100 per acre favorable terms. anj
Florida and Sixth
of ,
\ avenue : county of Osceola.thl* Bed day January A.
'r on this property carries the 'water, up In the pipe more than 10 feet D. 1912 was shared to the full by Herbert
t. ;, high. There were 900 acres of Park Gardens, of which about -600 street, Tuesday morning, Feb. .. iHeal) ARTHVB E. DOMBOAM ipencer. When the trustees of the Farm Seed!
"g 1/ acres have been sold. The producing power of these lands is very 2-41 Clerk Circuit Court. British Library of Political Science

e l t.., tt greatand no question about the intrinsic value of this property; have A lecture was given Tuesday eveningIn asked Spencer to present his works: to Every farmer and fig Hener
station J4 mile' from this land. -. ...
.1 '{ a loading
( - the library, he replied: "From time should have of t
G. A.R. ball by Jerusha Saddlemire a !aloe -
a , ... $2t II AM EL FARM. This beautiful suburban farm lies just outside the long
o .. . ",. city' limits,'.cad drive right off th* hard marl road onto the prop- of Peghorn and Mrs. Knapp, the proceeds to time I have had various appllealons which ha bee: g-

.r erty. Can stand on the front porch and look down Main street This for the benefit of the Christian FOR SALE-50 acres 1 mi14 akin to the) on* you mike: and sized as a standard at,
"p! ;/loo.tlon'l.very: i ...alaabl.t giving fin. high school privileges, churches, church. have In all cases Declined compliance for the full and correct
.* .: markets,'etc.j '+225 bearing' orange trees, several Japanese-persimmons from city !limits, 12 acres I disapprove of 'Ira* libraries alto tion which it gives.

": all, kinds of' beautiful Ornamental shad around the house, 6- / in cultivation, 'some standing r,' the British museum lnclud: I ;
l t zoom frame houswith porch in front and &1'OUIICI.cJlle. aide, 8-room Mr., Sesgrave on Carolina avenue, timber, and good pasture land' believingthat la-:lonsrrmr-ther: : nWe era

'1? *, ok': ,servant house good horse) bam cow barn chicken yards and chicken' bas, been quite sick but Is slowly into Fruit trees set out berries ar. mischievous rather than. beneficial f i ,Grass and QsverL ,
" } ; boos", good deep wU and one surface welL' This. 1.Ideal J>>roposition ': ;' aa we see clearly In the teas of PMatros Seed Oats <
.i proving.r fruiting. 6-room dwelling, ,
c. M600, by a non-resident.. ,
( worth owned .
r. \ 1 >good barn, 5 wells, farming local and municipal free. >,:;'libraries : Soi&beaiu and all Fa

a .* C NELSON REALTY v Married Sunday, ,Jan. 14, by'T. C. tools, horse, wagon and buggy. which.' instead,01 being, places, for: Wood's Gafree'
bar boom for Descriptive
f ; places readingtray
: COMPAWYKISSIMMEE Roberts, at; the residence of E. If. Albritton hogs and poultry. I
.. .. .. . 2600., -nGft1a, ;worthless papie... and on,requeaW.'w
\ Price
I Davis
'Mrs; Bessie and Mr. '
';a : : ,i ,, learning th* odds,, :,1110'DON approveof ] I It
.j.. ', '4' I < t,,;" FLORIDA'. ..9'."'" ." fp a George' Davis. J. M. WILLSON 4*. i, free libraries than I approv. of trswbatosrts 1 ''Te'lWOOD &
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\ Most' Interesting. Portion* of India.. Is won ..- .- .: .. '" .-. . .;. .,, ,*__<.&"', >.
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Before leaving.: Kisslmmee I promisedthe The' rivers supply the communicationsbut ,
I Valley Gazette an" occasional letter 1 not to the land formed by the river ._ J k' fI'. 'J"'I".
I ; Nothing has eve! been jfountf: front Tiv?'_ but to the hiils.from'whence they fI" .'

I i that lends the' same air of aristoc'racv -- Nothing exciting.;except constant i home The) tiger' still rule ,the..'-Sundar- .. ... ' 'i.J;. "
to the home as travel with iu attendant experiences I bads. y
? SILVERWAREOur baa come my way, so I am afraid, I It i I. Impossible to describe the den- u"

.' haven't much of Interest to tell you. sity of the vegetation on the Islands. : .
stock is the, most complete and ,Wherever 1 have journeyed the KUsim- Bastard date and other palms, papyrus '

comprehensive collection of this beautiful'ware mee Valley Gazette has been a weekly grass, innumerable creepers hanging See this Great:: : Portable ,

r south of the large Eastern cities. We Joy. vines and heaven know what other ; ;
have searched the world's markets and Happening to see some troops off to growth combine to make It absolutely Outfit Before You Buy. .
our latest little war' the Abor expedition impossible to advance even a few yards '
have THE BEST.. ,'I 'was struck\ by the comfort of the into the jungle and to barely land one f A Stationary Engine ',:

big river steamers in which the journeyto must cut a clear space. How the deer,
IJI't Solid Sterling Silver Tea Set five be }| buffalo and is an engthat! used for practically-:
the front of the little army was to rhino tigers move about at ..' '
i. 0 I.d- pieces, plain design .$90.00. performed. A few days later some i all is a mystery, the pythons, almost, HERE light power requirement, with-equal success. '') ;,
run all kinds of machinery .. wen as ;' lye '
light }
Solid Siver After Dinner Set-4 pieces holidays gave an opportunity: for a voy would have a bad time getting through.One : .
it will and is the for -
.. -pot, creamer, sugar and tray . $40.00 age. Although living in Calcutta I had I of the European officers of the pump water, beat.enginQ to use
1" Sandwich Plates; solid silver, $15 up. scarcely been aware of the existence of steamer company In placing sailing The usefulness of
lighting :
etc. .
Bread Trays, solid silver, $15 up. such boats. If the river trips were marks on various point to assist the systems,

Salad Bowls, solid silver, $20 up. properly advertised, no one living in helmsmen of the steamers to select the The Ferro Portable" Plant ; ,

Bon Bon Dishes, solid silver, $20 up. dia or visiting the country would In-I proper channels, had been on shore buta is multiplied by mounting it on wheeled skids, so that one ;

Sugar Baskets, solid silver, $12 up. jko miss an opportunity of enjoying ; moment and. while placing, the disc person may easily and quickly move it from one job to -
personally I could well afford not to mark erect, called to one of his men to -another. .T "'- _r-.----- J. 1
i A large stock of the very best Quadruple Plate in all sizes: have seen, Simla, Calcutta or Madras;a j come ashore with a paint pot The man Come in and see this outfit-one on hand for demon. ,. iff ;

I styles and for all uses. but should be very sorry to have missed 1 i Was stooping to place l the pot on the 'Btr tion. It will put you under no obligation to buy .,

t We engrave all silverware, when desired, free of cost, seeing the "Sundarbads." I I ground when to"the horror of the officer whatever. Catalog free for the asking. "
Late one hot night my wife and I ,j: a huge tiger bounded from behind the
p" We have a fine line of the Oneida Community Triple Plus boarded the steamer. We had expected i mark, seized the man and was gone in OEO. N. 3AVFPERS, BOAT Bt'LD I a P

Plate Flatware, engraves like Sterling and is guaranteed for as the trip was unusual, to have the I an instant. A tat for "?tk o" Marise cad Stationary Esrlats I-[ kt

-- ( forty years. ship to ourselves, but found as fellow !|I It waa some days before the officer FOOT OP STEWART AVE. KISSIMMBB;FLORIDA,' -', '

We Handle Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, passengers: a young lady going up to could induce his men to land anywhere
A.sam'and a wealthy young -jeiset i however next timelvrecautions! =
Electroliers Cut Glass Hand Sou-
Painted China, jute broker tryiqe to escape the heat. were tall en. The shore was cautiously '
i venir Spoon, Silk Umbrellas -:- -:- -:- -:- On the upper deck there were four large |I approached and with a long boat hook BO'l'IlLn.l1IUIYMIlDi""".., rt '-

I We are especially equipped to care for,ll mail orders... Our double berth cabins, much more com- {| driftwood was collected into a heap, in R..4.,f'1er14e :.:,1;: 'Fl.
stock is fortable than those of the P. &O.liners, the meantime the officer, with a rifle Up-to-datebeastlfallykMated..', ,tt ,
with complete, new and up-to-date. Our prices. are in line a saloon to seat twelve, plenty of spotless -"I opened up a fusillade into the nearby =fi :I/4? y "iftl'' + 1 Artesian Water, TenDle and CroJquet ,. "
legitimate business houses. ; Grounds ; ""f7 '
deck space right forward, easy jungle. Kerosene oil was thrown onto v Rood homtlag, }sh-'
;rag and boating A flrt-laai
ALLGOODS GUARANTEED chairs, clean linen, and a complete staff the wood and a torch hurled on shore modern country hotel overlooking) ,. r+t't ,

We members of of servants. The food and drinks were I to light the pile, other fires were lit in LLr- East Tohop kalifc-m fake Good.,; ; x''
are the Tampa Trade Extention Association, "
and refund the fare of visiting shoppers, subject to the rules of the excellent. The crew from captain (Sa- the same way before the men landed. good cooking and beds. .Tail* l
organization. rang) to the deck' hands were entirely I Continuing to fire into the jungle the board $5 per week;room from$2 ,0< 01 '
to $6 per week, bath and shower
native, mostly Mohamedans with one or I erection of the mark between the bon- ._ bath included. p pt4

two Bengalis as clerks. There are some fires and the water was begun. The e WM. G. KRAPE Manager .... f ">
fifty or sixty such boats in this line 1 heat was terrific as the distance from IJ Box 149 P.O. ST. CLOUD, FLA. wh
alone and perhaps a couple of hundred J fires to water was but fifteen feet. 1-tt .
The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. altogether on the river. The/ fare including Work had progressed' thus half an hour -_'

meals 'was rupees seven ($2.53)) I when just as the officer was opening his c---

"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"Local per day. rifle to reload he heard a cry of'"Tiger! '

and Long Distance Phone 698 As the ship had just come down from and right through the intense heat of
Assam loaded with tea and jute and had t the fires bounded the terror of the jun- I DREW'STHE }

410 FRANKLIN STREET to take on her "up" cargo of salt, stores i gles. The fire, however, had just dazed 1

Tampa Florida for plantations, tobacco, whiskey, build- the beast long enough for all hands to
ing material, piece goods, umbrellas, leap into the river.Occasionally ., BIG JACKSONVILLE HOUSE
ti... 1-ety of the until y ''I
"1, .' etc., Bleep was out question some daring or ignorant FINE STATIONERY
?;' we"left dock. Our fellow passengers colony resolves to clear a piece of land For
had a gramophone, the ship's butler and'cultivate it. Were it not for the ENGRAVING and r
plenty of ice and cool drinks; the breeze fatalistic beliefs of the Hindoo, either Better

1 on the river, moonlight dancing on the I the colony would clear out the tigers in DIE STAMPING ..,

swiftly moving water, launches, ceaseless -, I a week or clear out themselves. Every I Service .,. I
traffic on the Howrah bridge close ', such community loses men sometimes BOOKS c c'In

bv t beams from the searchlights of pas nightly, yet no hand is raised againstthe ARTIST'S, SURVEYOR'S and :
Vegetable Growers sing steamers and the singsong"paing- tiger and still the colony remains to r
yah, paing-)ah" of the coolies loadingthe further feed his hunger. The native Supplying '

cargo, the relief from the stifling wails and hopes that the life of his KODAKS ';'

Banner heat of the city-all produced a fascinated brother having been taken, his own will Your
",, content with our position .About I be spared. Sooner or later the tiger SPORTING :GOODS .

two we cut off,, and fanned by the soft wins out and the colony disappears. Wants SOUVENIRS 'ETC. 'I ,
breeze were all asleep: Next ,..
soon Lighthouse keeper on the coast live '.
Florida are made with IDEAL FERTILIZERS. The formulas have .
morning found us far down the Hooghly in towers surrounded by fences 80 to 40 ... t
been created through actual field work and exactly meet the needs of EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE' '
amidst myriads of quaint fishing boats feet high; even then they lose their . . 1''
the grower. Why not get the Beet,'especlally as it is the Cheapest
S many incoming and outgoing ocean I cows., One keeper taught his few cat- PRINTING, BINDING, LITHOGRAPHING k : '
steamers, and in the wonderful of j tie to walk inclined
up an way into the
Ideal Vegetable Manure Ideal Celery Fertilizer I ,
the early morning air and lights of the '
/ lighthouse stories. At he
upper night
Peruvian Vegetable Manure Ideal Lettuce Fertilizer 45-49 W. St. Jacksonville.
Bay Fla.
We believed that accident
tropics. by 'I i pulled' up the ladder, by day he guarded
W.&: T.'s Special: Mixture No. 1 Ideal Tomato Fertilizer '
had "discovered" real in India. {
we a joy the cattle with a rifle from the light-
Ideal.Fruit and Vine Manure Ideal Bean I 1
SpecialRecce's The course lay down the Hooghly I J house while they fed below. There I II
Fertilizer for WatermelonsCall
wits its treacherous currents and hid I must be something mighty attractive .

den shifting bars, Diamond.. arbor about
on our local representative, past ,, lighthopse, keeping.
almost to the Bay of Bengal;When When native boatman wishes .
:: a to cut
Waters & Carson Grocery Co., In sight of the sea we swung to the firewood in the jungle he brings along Doze.LEWS .-. IPBHJICE$ .-. OGENY

or address east up a river and were fairly in the a priest and as many fowls as there are !:

WILSON &. TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. "Sundarbads." I men with him. The priest having been The Oldest and Largest Insurance Agency in Osceola County
The Ganges, Hooghly and Brahma duly fed and paid selects a landing place LIFE -
Ja ,
ksoDvllle Ma.
putra all come into'the Bay of Bengal I with perhaps a few feet of beach, lights Peons iie--- 3tf
through the delta shown on most mapsas a fire and begins his work. Some mystic
the "Mouths of the Ganges." In reality -I words are mumbled, and then seizing[ p. 'T

.. . this delta 'is a perfect network of a fowl, the priest calls aloud "Oh Lord
--- --- -- -- -----
--- ever changing rivers and islands; most :i j of the Sundarbads! for my life I give "

.;D of the channels are navigable and all'' this life (releases a fowl), for Putto's The. RULE BASS MARKET ;'
for many miles from the sea are subject life (a woodcutter), I give this life"

to tides. An area of 500 miles from north : (another fowl), and so on. Sometimes I Bearden Building; One Block from Depot JI .
FOR SALE OR TRADE to south and 250 from east to west is I the squawking of the fowls attracts a

simply .interlaced with deep rushing tiger' and the seance is suddenly inter I Fresh Florida of all kinds .J.Ji
rivers and low densely wooded islands.I the i,
rupted; villagers then.look for an- 1 MEATS '
There are practically no inhabitants in other priest. Generally, however, the and Western ." ',' s..
this area-the lord and master of this' priest returns to the boat and informs I

$25,000.00 worth of the Capital Stockof kingdom is the Tiger. I the woodcutters that they are now quite POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH ':' ,J JI
The government report upon the Waterways safe and may proceed to cut wood in all
the Citrus Southern Railway Com- of India is headed, "Rivers form security. Sometimes a tiger hears I ',I Special dllenlion to Phone Orders and Free ;. ,

the land, fertilize it and then supply its I them and flash, a man is gone! Result: 'Delivery lo any part of the City. Thane 189 ;', tf0', j jI

pany-Cheap. communications." Throughout this i The priest is beaten by the survivors, I j ,: \:.
stretch of 125,000 square miles the Himalayan often killed in the process. Govern- j., / l
.. rivers are ever busy. Their silt ment arrests the murderers, the guilty I ,;'
Orlando, Fla. laden waters are constantly building up are hanged, and the unfortvnate wood .
new islands, scouring out channels, cut- cutter thinks his lot a hard one. j Distance
ting away old banks.. Islands miles in A certain Dr. Savage, missionary AdvertisingLong. 296

extent have, by the chance lodgement the Lushai hills.on the northeast frontier -|

.. of a tree, been formed in a few months. bad for many years made a study i V
Silt collects, roots and seeds sprout into of the language of the country. Some I!, is saying the right thing f '
vegetation, trees grow and strengthenthe time ago the publication of his dictionI I sat
land and an island !is born: the process ary of the Lushai language attractedthe the right'' time fc*,*'

takes sometimes as little as five attention of the government of India I fi

S. S. BUZZA.SON years. Mankind sometimes steps in, who had long I desired to get in clo'serI I in the right way '- '
clears the forest and cultivates the rich touch with the interesting people among '
L ,.
alluvial deposits. Hundreds of river whom Dr. Savage labored. The government 'i We make a specialty of planning, preparing; ';- s F
Cement and Concrete craft from the dugout to steamers car- hoping thus to impress these literature and conducting campaigns for i '
Land Boards of Trade .
Companies Municipal ?
rying a thousand tons of cargo ply the warlike\ people with the value of friend I !tie* and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN .' 'r
Work of all Kinds riven bringing tea, jute, petroleum, ship for India, suggested that the doctor I

shellac and other product from Assam, induce) the Lushai chiefs -to send
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY I Cachar, Sylhet and the northeastern their BOna on a pleasure trip to Calcuttaand } ADVERTISERS
provinces to Calcutta. The India ;
Residence Phone 68 t Mabbette Street govern through at their expen e.-'active In encouraging and assisting In spit of the fact that the doctor
Office Phone 182. near Dillingham Ave.M *"1 '
...;,' colonization of these delta lands ,was greatly respected by the chief rand'' TAMPA .j ?. .. .-
but so far the latter part of the govern- (Continued on page four.) .. ,. f .\a ' J
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if i II ..., "". The SunderbadsContinued POW ;LL'S'' .POINTERS, rn._I. .'M., RIVERS. wC: D., ;'j i r lime' '.Utplaster patent'

PHYSICIAN SURGEON.. .. plaster; hair, cement;
.. I MAKE NO MISTAKE from' page three.)' brick, flr. brick:Sire c i y,.Plss.
Paragraphs from Bulletin Issued by Office over Ouceola l PharmacyPHYSICIAN ., ter'Paris foundation locks in. '

f"I I" ,Skip'" to the old reliable people, it took him year to' get them ,Tampa's Chief Booster. 'PaoNEs: (f Ome.148 rItelldenoe, taet' want in ar >nPORtOljm ,

to agree to the proposal: "Why,"said Let stone. i
It l I. estimated 'that 2,000,000 boxes \ me figure with yow on stone
L'1'L' S. H. & E. H. FROST they "should we .travel when_all that houses; Prices right and everything -
: from
of citrus fruits shipped
.T..M.. !.., la worth'lee ng or- knowing: lies in our Y :. guaranteed:? J fc;, ,
P Florida iipto the first of the year"with;
: own country?" A lesson to L. WINN _
\ geography
CO'MMISS.ION"MERCHANTS the chiefs' sons nearly destroyed the th
:;. faith of the people in the missionary; box. The Stos Mai'.

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT rational and so delayed negotiations. Salt Ih "Il"ls very'ev4dnt that irrigation, is 83 'KlMI Broadway and! Midland' R. R. ,
Learn.w PHONE > "
of CoBoilssloa the Lushai hills is worth morq than not needed in Florida: this winter. :: PPON /7. FI.oIUDAF'a Phone 141 f<

Mercbasts df 'e gold.: Happening!! : to show, his pupils a Laurence Fenton;, a 10yeBr: !:-I.ldJboy .
}map of the world tbed touald'rh1.; ------ -.- ... -
.' PINEAPPLES; Jilted StatesSputbern at 'Lakeland, planted and cultivatedsome THOMASON. --.A..aIIa.alla""Ar uIJ
I you see, is India, Europe, etc., and this Japanese cane whfch grew to -

ia the ocean, all salt water.." The class twelve feet and averaged thirty tons'to PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .. M.: TILLER I

Shipping No. 50 roared with laughter at the supposed the acre.'The Fentons use the'cane for
joke, but when the missionary insisted = Real Estate Agency. I
cow feed Thirty tons II ? 319 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK that the water was salt all faith in his per acre shows the possibility of Flori-

r lIerere tu.: CORNER JAY STREET truthfulness disappeared. "If that is da soil when hay is selling at $32 to $34a T R.B. D. WIENENGA ... : \\\\\NgpgN\NNpMH\Naa. r

I Ael. ".U.... : all salt" they said, "what on earth lathe ton-this is $960 per acre. ) ,Realty bought and old. r

I: I Bask ..11 aIlMer- Kindly write for stencil if needed. government, of India doing that they (VETERINARIAN Houses rented. f

trine Aluclea don't sell It?" However in a few Mister Man, do you know that the STOCK TREATED FOR Taxes! paid and Titles verified .

-SOLICITING AGENT WANTED- weeks he Induced them to see that i It average"man can make more money ALL DISEASES] i for non-residents.

v was transport difficulties that caused from a ten-acre patch of sugar cane Day Phone 557 Fire Life and Accident Inj j
DOES LOCATIQ.N AND EXPERIENCE than the from a$10- Night Phone ter ORLANDO FEA.
COUNT ? the high price of salt in Lushai. and finally average merchant surance. \
I the 000 stock of goods, with a tenth of the tlat'
[ party set out for India. Indemnity Bonds. .J
investment and no danger of lose If N. L. BRYAN
1-' After some days they reached the JR. Y- ...'P. ,
44-Smu pel not, had better investigate the
river boats aad were with difficulty induced you .
---- ---------------- -- DENTIST -
-;;;;;;; to go'on board. The engines interested condition right now and get busy doing -

t them* the cleaning or holy yourself some good.-Lakeland Tele Squires Building The Home Bakery Man '; I

stoning of the deck. was a delighttheyworked gram. New York AvenueST. 4. ,

,::1 Elite Hotel at it half a day-the hose wor- Peanuts will certainly grow In popu- CLOUD FLORIDA Takes this opportunity to thank 9 ,

ried them. Seeing the water apout' ut larity as a feed for animals and as a the good people of this city for :
of the nozzle, they followed the hose all profitable crop to follow gram. crops. DK) 'their liberal patronage and would

the way up the deck to Bee how the wa I They are a cpmparativf sure crop! DENTIST.!: also take this means to say that ,

RESTAURANT in Connection ter got into It. At a stopping place quick maturing easily cultivated and our limited facilities for making.

they caused a riot by one youth hall thrive on soils too poor for many. other Upstairs In Katz Building goods will prevent (for awhile) our

Reasonable Prices 'II slaying a Bengal clerk for not salaaming crops. OFFICE HOURS*" l t 9 1:30:a. t m.:0: n 12 n. m.m. general delivery to all part of the

when he passed. The boy said, There is money in cabbage: where one Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. iTr.. city. Quality and variety will be
.. EVERYTHING NEW. AND UP-TO-DATE "Am' I not a king in my country? How maintained alwayx. Our nice
likes, this line of truck growing and understands
dare this slave fail to salute me?" DR. W. W. CARSON .
i Beaman Block When the boat reached the Sundar- the requirements of the HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS '
Phone 109 H. E. BRYAN Proprietor plants. Cabbage requires a deep rich DENTIST
bads and the water became salt Dr. Also HOT BREADwill
soil, a sandy loam or gravelly loam soil
s I' Savage decided to Drove to them the QlAce\ over Cole's Jewelry Store
is preferred. 'A liberal amount of barnyard be ready mornings and afternoons -
rty = truth of his geography lesson. Callingto Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5

Y ................................................................... one of the boys Je asked him to haul manure will be needed on most Office phone 168 and a nice variety of PIES
.. soils to supply the humus required and Residence 23 and CAKE-Parties. and Wedding
WHAT IT MEANS : up a bucket .of water from the river some acid phosphate and potash.It a specialty.'
.. and then to taste it. The boy placedhis
i' t Many people do not kuow wh. a Bunk' (Capital. for. or the difference"be .. finger in the water and then in his is stated by the Los Angeles Times DERBYSHIRE M. D.,
weeD a bank of little or no capltal.nd one with a Ire! capital. : L. A. SMITH
,( : A BANK'S! CAPITAL AND 8UHPI.V8 i mouth, when the strangest expressioncame that one-half of this season's orange
i fund his countenance all noticed crop is frozen-not [frosted. This will Special attention .given to the DARLINGTON
I. 1oD. that protects.the depoaltora from loa, therefore the larger It la tbe i over ; AVENUI
greater protection the d.poMtora. bave. TbU bank ban a him and th n immediately began tastingthe take 20,000 cars or 6,000.000 boxes off treatment of Women and -
Capital of ... ... $
r p.fxlo ooHnrplna Children.
fund nl .. .. .. . 2VIKM' '00 i water. For a moment they were the market, and cause citrus prices to
Stockholder 1 liability . Mi.oiK. .;) uo advance .
quite materially.Cold
but finally burst Into laughter ( Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184

i A total of.. . 0 .'' 11.!&.OIlO( 00 i crying, "Of course, there is someone 24-Smospd
weather extends all the
-. -. --Thia. *n.that w..nraiit love II ,eoe.eebeforeour depoallora could lone f over enIm Butle
a the lower deck salt into hpt p
on putting
l i cent. This protection la for YOU. North and East. This is curtailing the
.. / the water." The doctor asked them to consumption of Grapefruit P. A. VANS AONKW W. a CKAWrOBO

STATE BANK OF. KISSIMMEE try again, watching the lower deck. is in such light supply oranges.that prices remain VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW;

: -0,- They were soon convinced, and imme-
firm. Oranges are more plentifulbut
.. / diately everything they could get hold a few more days ought to clean up
: O. A. CARBON JOHN ft. LEB N. B. CARSON / of in the of bottles and tins
''1 II President Vlc-Prt..ldeot <.;..bler way was the market at some price. The demand Office: 8-4-V6 Citizens Back Bnlldlnc
h I i /a\\\N\N\N\\N........................................... .......... called into requisition to hold salt water should be better for fruit when the Kissimmee Florida [Cold; Drinks & Cigars
For the next did their best ---
day to -
: t -- _-=__ 0 __ ______ __ =_--: they weather changes. Growers should beware r
bottle the ocean for home consumption.Two of moving fruit during or followIng a 1 nooN H. D. OCIOEI
bw days from Calcutta entered Kissimme, Fla.
we weather in Florida. The .
rainy & GEIGER .. -
the Brahmaputra and here met a crowdof fruit will not hold up and demoralizesthe MOON .

bj planters on their way to Calcutta fora market. When it is demonstratedthat "ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW .

j Rai [G. JOHNSTON holiday. Hailing us to stop they sang California is frozen out completely -- ---
Office State Bank
out in chorus through megaphones, "We Building 1
the demand for Florida fruit will be Kissimmee Florida Sprigg Fleming

I .. want bread." They had eaten out all unprecedented; prices should be very -----_--- -,-----

f the ship's supply, but judging from high. Hold your fruit. Do not sell on F. KRIBBS

1 ; FIRE INSURANCE their jovial countenances and the waving trees at a low price. There will be a I ((1 CLEANING t

rM; of whiskey bottles they weren't fine market for potatoes cabbage and ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. PRESSING

much the worse for their fasting. We cejery. California celery is undoubted. DYEING .'d

called back, "You need work." As"we Iy hard hit. Buyers are already looking Examination of Titles a Specialy. REPAIRINGLeave

% London. Liverpool & Globe Etna. parted a wail of "We are starving," toward Florida, and many buyers Notification non-residents arfd payment liven careful of taxes of .

followed by "Just tell her that you saw will soon be on the ground. 'Hold for attention.

;r.,,,1 Hartford, Norwich Union. and me," etc., plainly showed that the only good prices. One dealer in New York will word be called at my tor house and returned.and dotes

t thing scarce on that boat was water. looking for 100 cars.-Florida Grower G. JOHNSTON

"J.",i"' other strong Companies Farther on we transferred to a down- ROBERT Satisfaction '

'f, coming:boat and began our return jour. GuaratttesdFIORIDA'REAL ,

PHONE 246 PILLEY BUJLDINfi ney. On hoard we found the commo- SOME MORE VERSES ATTORNEY AT LAW '

4; I dore of the line, a jovial replica your [ ESTATE fOR $df E !

good Capt. Johnson, who regaled us
Paean of Praise of Kissimmee and
rL. with stories and good? food all the way Beautiful winter home sites itatted j

: to Calcutta. I had many shots at deer, the Valley Gazette Continues. in the Lake Region oj Florida. I :
crocodiles, etc., the captain kindly stop Late Counsel for Jud....of the Trucking and Farming Land. in I lkgr> t
j' We hope no one is becoming tired of Florida K. K. Comm Criminal Court I
ping the boat whenever asked do or small tracts.
so. 1 the song, but as long as people keep on I
L. Are You toBuUd? Tigers, while swimming across chan- & WARLOW
; Going saying nice things about Kissimmee MASSEY CITY PROPERTY A SPECIAL ,
I nels, areoften shot !but although one I
and the Valley Gazette just can'th"lp
was seen, of course it was at a time I ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOSAT your property with me for qi tic .
publishing their letters. Michigan LAW salts I
V' whenmy rifle wasn't handy.It .
V'A , South Dakota and California are Practice In all the Court of the "State and of
{ was with 'regret and a firm resolveto I the United States. al.o before the Florida Railroad I
represented in this lot: CommlHBton. and the
Interstate Ccimrnerc H. M.
Breaker & Co.
go( again that we left the ship at Commlnaion.
: (Lawton, Mich., Jan. 6, 1912.
) bent wishes for the New Year Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: HIr 1 Box 175 KISSiMMEE. FU.Zdeslxxixxxee's ;
Yours sincerely Dear Sir-I I have been reading your ,,

: F. FRASER: HUNTER.! paper for over a year and must say we
Calcutta India, Dec. 14, 1911. L. McCAZZ2STER: : : :
enjoy reading it very much, and con- W. S. HARWELL :

.r I gratulate you on the general live appearance 11

; .i. IIIr BOUND TO LIKE IT of your paper. Any commun- REAL ESTATENotary Well ODrlller
+ x i I.y ought to be proud of such a paper

} , I IIi IW rP, rha'r'Ji. Colorado Visitor determined to Be aid heartily endorse the spirit of it. I Public at Large Is prepared to drill

e iclose a few names which, if you can, Office in Beaman Building ARTESIANWELLS
Pleased Before He Came.Mr. .
you may send your paper to under your KISSI a.IEE. FLA.STOP. I

S. S. Dalzell formerly of Gree-I county commissioners' subscription lista in any section of Florida.
ly, Col., was a caller at the Valley Ga- id 1 know they will appreciate it. -- -- -- - - -- -- -

zatte office last Thursday. Mr. Dalzell I Enclosed please find money to renew Ten
;ot successful Well I
The U. S. Government has bought Nepoiuet years
has been in this section about three I my subscription. Yours truly, Drilling is a Guarantee of my
t Paroid Roofing every year since 1898-often weeks and expects to buy property and EUGENE F. PRINDLE. Ability to produce the best

S a million square feet at. a 'time-for me at settle in Florida. He is congratulating results.
home Doland, S. D., Dec. 28, 1911. -
Alaska Panama and the Philippines
himself on escaping( some mighty chilly

the coldest aa well ar the hottest climates. weather at his home, it having been, Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: and see u if you are going to build. TWO AND FOUR INCH
Dear Sir-I herewith enclose P. O. O.
he states,118[ to 20 degrees below zero We make plans and erect any style of WELLS A SPECIALTYP.
Do you need stronger proof of the wearing qualities, economy, in November before he left. o' $1 for a renewal subscription to your We
make -
building. our own artificial
,' and the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paroid Roofing affords? valued paper. I am anxious to receive
In reply to an expression of hope that stone and brick, and are close dealersin O. Box 344
Do you want proof nearer home? We will give it to you. the paper every week to keep postedIn
he would like it here, Mf. Dalzell said, lumber. We also manufacture\ all
We will tell where see NEI'ONSET Paroid Roof.
4' you you can a the doings and happenings in and
. See how it looks, learn how long it has been on and hear what "I expect to like It. I made" up my around Kissimmee, as I have a little kinds of Monumental work. Florida 4-

.S' 'the owner has to say about it.NEPONSET. mind to like it before I came. When interest near there and hope to locate KISSIMMEE CONSTRUCTION CO
. visitors; to Florida come with that sort
there or in Kissimmee in the near future -
of open-mindedness there is no dangerof Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry. a"
PAROID Roofing Wishing the Gazette and Kis- BOAT
their failing to find in Florida a location -
i'mmee the compliments of the season, -
I. told on proof not promJMn.V that will suit them, for they are 'KISSIMMEE'will
i s., !} in a position to the advantages Very cordially yours,
gauge & WOODIIAM
ItooeW for the PROSLATE Roofer. lor WM. SHEAD. ;-- leaveKISSIMMEE -
7L i, ) Teofi and aldea oi barna, .abl"j, poultry roofi and sides ol residences and all build- and attractions of the state.
..Dlldl.... Slate:; leu -
, : In color. than ., r.
Ian calling lor ,latic Tooli and *
aiding.Looka *
J ksiciL.s'' Kaaiatafire.tot like ahlnclea. alale. Folsom Cal., Dec. 29, 1911. PARKDaily
brooder bosses aheda and lempor- t4E"D"WAOOF Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette:
' B IUI.vPatter '
balldloia thai requlr low-coat .
TT : roofini.r
ikMNErOrUCT RED4OPE lUeAa. Per lor nee under clapboards and abf0r Dear Sir-Enclosed please find post except!; Sunday 11 a. m.
nperior la ererr reeprcl lo tarred kit. It glees in wills ol Keep out I The florid Grower'| office order for $2 for Surveying and p. m. Sundays 8:30> a. m.
I 1.bae.k... be atandara low-coel roofing lor dampness cold and drauibta. Cuts cud money subscription and 3 p. m.
ri *wwsr5,.,.... bill otblrd.. to the Kissiznmee Valley Gazette. Leave Kissimmee
F.W.BARD 4.SON EM Walraa. ..-. trockera and fruit rnw. For I have been reading valuable Sunday 9:30 daily except:
t Il'or. who want to know about Flor- I your pa- Drafting : a m. and 3:16: p. m..

W 4. ,.. .. -. 2ie."'..kl bend, 11.00 lOa tot par.t Tar.n ; mon l- per for about two years. I expected: to Sundays & a. m. and 2 p. m.

+ \,3-SOLD BY- rs: eubwrlptlop., S_,.,..Brlcht. visit Florida last summer but my business Arr4n neBta fer Mtoonllcht! emu
i would' not permit be made at any Umeon short Dotte*.
I' ,)Ikv .i W. B. MAKINSOK: COMPANY == THE FLORIDA my leaving OmcB: nIFRAT1tRI11rr. HALL
00 Florida A....., T....[ home. However, I may say "hello"to :28 Cat: Raced Trip toM -.
. :, '_<., .'f' IK1S9IMMEB. I FLORiaA.K you moat any time. Yours I > KIS8IMMBB PARK ttt
a.-. _. DL K. J. SLAUGHTER.

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19, I91 : .' THE, KJLSSIMMEE "TALLEy"lPAZETT. : |!,
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1 td' .Oe'. Close-1 ,Nature.Says' :
"Observe ;- ,,! I..
a' philosopher nature. -

t When you' come to a barnyardgo << .. .. ., ..:.. ''V.: .'.' ... .. '.''
In and: see.,the bits and fowls '
and the Climb fence and ._.. __ ... . _If. W 'f.
: t 4 ry cows. a now < '. -: -- -. -' - ,- -... .- . ..
then.and to Into the fields aad look : : ,7't' -' ' - .F"" - -

at the crops or the cattle/' I know of t: ." , .. n! I, .
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.no olac. where,there Is' more' philosophy : '

i at MILTON-. _ n - -" ,I learn their' circle than much, ,,in they from barnyard.!, know animals.,. much, ,TOil. .Within,more can "I'1s .t'e h ... .

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.' x ,CANDIDATE, FOR: than. ;',we:;* do'.AahyD.Hlnt.>, ; ,, Title ; ; : ::1

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SI"T 'To'"mend >an umbrella that 'tears .. q ...,. !''i. -
loose from the rib at the point, when --- ..... .' -. .".,.. t.. "- "1'J'/ :
aN, on" the street and needle and 1,
? rose
A GOVEjRNORWHO thread are not. available, close' the Is the; : main question 'and should. always be. ,answered, I rte, 0 i
umbrella and the cloth In o .
bringing position d "'*r ,
bY. a <"n'ere.fe
\ ,' ,. Insert a small hairpin1 In the
1. .,t yayv' .r .,. . hole of toe rib and wind'' securely, \ tJq ,, : .
around clotn. This"first aid to the ,
t 4. . Injured" l I. so efficient you will be > !

tempted to 1_", It permanently Title .
r. National Macaque./ : Guaranty : .L \
: HE,, IS., ,_ , t i
Attractive to"Men' ,, -, - , ..- .
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WHAT HE HAS DONE. No woman has been beard,to rave will search and .examine the title ,to'the" land which, . : "
. over the beauties of millinery,but men J
mast have found something alluring In ; you are about to purchase In Osceola -' Y
t William IT. Milton, the grandson of Florida's War Governor, was born the shapes and colorsesp.clally those ., ,Countyor: elsewhere /' r / '
I. on a farm In Jackson County, Florida in 1864, and ploughed. hoed and In One :Jn Florida, and If found r't. y'y'f 4.. '
.. 1. tended stock through his boyhood days. samples that are displayed to be good will .uarav: '.'. ; .' '
Hundred aol Twenty-fifth street shops, .
\: .At14; of be was clerking for $10 a month. tee against lost ,:
years age : for one mil 'tier on that thoroughfare you by reason of mortgages, .liens! : <: :
" At'16' he was managing farm and country store for $20 a month.At : .
ha decor
. consldf ed expedient: to
.1" 17 ha was surveying for $30 a month, out of which be saved enough ate her window with this sign: "Men unpaid taxes ,and adverse claims .. '. ) .

to gt to college for two terms. ". .
are requested to lounge against It Is our business to protect'' I .ft" ., \1
At 20 he went into business at Marianna on $300 borrowed capitaLAt these windows."-New York Times. our and patrons. I '''

21 he was elected Town Clerk and served eight or nine years.At against investments in imperfect titles. We I ' :, :.
'24 he was elected to'the Legislature! served in the "Yellow Fever" Courtship. :.,- -: . '

session, and was active In fromtheellow passage of the Health Laws Courtship'after marriage preservesthe this by a thorough search of the records and ' t tit' ";'
which have freed Florida fever. He sold his mercan- : .
tile business in order to give closer attention to his legislative! duties lover In the husband and the the issue of .our,TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certitit, \ + 4 '
in the regular session, where he was instrumental passing the law sweetheart In the wife ',' P' {
the in defeating the Railroad lobby's attemptto cate of Title. .
disfranchising ,
negro ------- .
I abolish the Railroad Commission; and on the adjournment of the .' ': ,
Legislature he took up the study of law under Jude: Francis' B.. An OrdinanceAn .1 I 1,
o Carter. Ordinance Providing for the Payment ot

___ At 26. he was employed by.Judge Liddon at $30 a month, and soon after bend Interent on the Street One Paving Two No"Three" .. Nom Four ', 1"r
---was"admitted to the bar. The samte' year he received\ an offer from and Flv' Kedftmntlon: of flame;
Hon. W. J. Daniel to furnish the money for banking business Milton - and for tie Appointment ol Sole,, Truiteea : ;
to do the work and take half the profit In 1890 established the and UaOning'rheir Duties.B ;"
r private bank of W. J. Daniel & Co., and is still running the business, .KUsimmee It. Ordained, b/" the Council of the City of TlftE' .
half the profits.At [ 6UA'RANTY eoc
though no longer getting Section 1. It ihaflYw. the duty of the Councilto ; ef
30 he was appointed Surveyor-General of Florida and as sue;: reccom- provide annually. for the p.vment of the Intnreil "r
mended the drainage and reclamation of the Everglades, which recommendation '8tre t Paving Aoteroanmbeiad" re4ppectivellyy l.l
I was "turned down" by the U. S. Land Department.At One, Two, ; r..o Four, nod m. ;eo;; and for the itK'k
36 he was a candidate for Governor in the Convention of 1900, and creation saM of a sinking fund for Die redemptionof 'i ,;
notea. . .
.____ was a leader the advocacy and demand for a primary. being the 2. Immediately upon the issuance of '' " "
means of placing the government In the hands of the peopleAt ...t'it pavlnirNot: : the Cenacllpoint h ll p Capital) Stock $100,00000 :/- '
by reaolutlon to be recorded In the mla . .. .
; 40 was solicited by N. 11. Broward and other friends to run for Governor ntefl a committee of three person Mho shall "
and offered a campaign fund but declined, and persuaded be freeholder of the clt, and be ntyled Trua-- CARROLL D. JUDSON President > J?
teea of Street paving Rotea" ," who shall eachgive EDWARD A NASH Secretary -
Broward to run because he believed his election would be for the best .
bond the ,
running to mayor of the eH "
I interests of the people. with luffloieol auretlea tn the nm ol Five Hundred V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer TOOMER &: REYNOLDS Gee: Couwl ; -.i i ,
At 44 he was appointed United States Senator to fill the unexpired term Dollar, conditioned that the aald Tni- '. : ,
tees shall faithfully discharge the trust confided
I of the brilliant and lamenetd Will Bryan. His term of service in the to- them and hall pay over and duly account .
Senate.was short, but filled with good work for the State. Having for.all sums.of money that may oome y
with the Democrats, he voted against the Into their hand by reason or such troll J A'' 'x'dI'
allied himself progressive See. S. All funds collected to pay said Home Office: Bisbee Building. Jacksonville. \ ,
Aldrich Emergency Currency Bill, which was solely in the interest and for said linking fund ahall be odd over .. ;
of National Banks and the Interest; he procured surveys by the marshal and lax collector to the acid 1 Branch Office Kissimmee. n '
River at Ft. Lauderdale, and for a canal across the State; for inland Tmntena' ,and the mid" Trunteea shall pay out j : Fla. : t
of the money ao received the Interest on said
waterways down the East Coast and up the West Coast and across street paving notes and shall Invent the real .
I to the Mississippi, the entire route known as ths Mississippi to Atlantic due In rood securitieso be hold as an accum ,
...,... Inland Waterway. The Government is now at work on the ulatlhgLu.d for the redemption of said Jiotea. ''l I
.....J .'" '. first link in the system, the canal connecting Lake Wimhco with St. Sec nation 4., or In death pave of of removal any. of said for canne'fru.,,_of route the LEWIS O'BRY AN - - Manager IUssimmee'-Branch.,- ' .. '. '
Andrews Bay. This will be completed next year' and means much Council "b.1I111 the vacancy .
commercial -I- All ordinances, or pane thereof in conflict r;
for Florida's. progress. herewith be and the aame.,.. hereby-repealed. . j
At 47 he is a candidate for the office of Governor, slid, .if the people W. B MAKIHKON ". 9. :t; 1 1t
know their own, he will be Attest: J. K. GILBERT, Prealdeat of Council. - --- r ........:,."" -,- -.- -- -,jt-

At 49, Governor of Florida. Clerk of the City of Klaalmmee.Approved ., . ,........- . ......,. .."'t' T"'..*..4;.. ':. rt R.i
During all his manhood MILTON has been fighting the battle. of : this Gth dUo January A. D.: 1012, ,.
the people with and for the people: has stood by every principle and Nl Mayor of the CUT City of BTAxroHD Klmlwmeewr ---- .
every candidate that represented the interests\ of the people, and whenever . ''to
men were needed to help in the struggle against greed and corruption 4
.' he has answered the roll call, and has given freely of his time, his .
money and his energy (In behalf of oppressed(hurqanity. : .- : '
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Milton will his views - '
:- 'As the campaign' progressesMr. announce on "u'
will tell what be will do when he is elected Governor .
11 h; .\l'public questions, and I oj- - \:,, l.
\ 'ftt" f I 't 4'svtvtvfe: + '
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' characterizes'all social gatherings of 1:" ;; '
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NO BETTER: Klstimmee people, made the afternoon YES'th ..r.. . '. ,
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one of keen pleasure to the guests that Ie' .

L Kansas Man finds in Kissimmee the filled .the during the receptionhours. ..,. ,

Ideal Home Town.No At intervals pleasing vocal solos by !:

stronger word has been spoken Mrs. Norton, Mrs Robinson and, Mrs! COLD 'WEATHER.-

for Kissimmee bran the following con- Carr, a fine piano solo by Miss Louise

I tamed in s letter to Mr. A S Nelson Thomason, and two pretty violin solos :

of this city from Mr. I. F. Talbot of by Mrs. Bullock added much to the enjoyment r ,
McPherson, Kansas The statement of of the occasion. .. .1'1
Mr. Talbot, who speaks from personal In the dining: room Miss Pherigo and f
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:f experience and observation, has unusual Miss Maud Thompson served punch and IS HERE! '.' '.: :

K weight by reason of his prominence in wafers.

a business way. He is president of the Although the weather man forgot the ..,
Farmers' Alliance Insurance Companyof reception and served frequent and '. '[I

Kansas, one of the largest mutual heavy showers instead the sunshine 'j,. ..

1 f companies' in America, and he has seen that was desired, nearly every one who . ..

enough of the United States to know i, was invlted-was present, and all agreed .: R '

whereof he speaks. His message regarding that it was one of the pleasantest : "

kissimmee follows: I events of the season. Are you wondering where ypu " !: _

"Will say, however, that I arrived .,, ,
+ home early December and regretted 4 (.
very much that I could not remain in flelpfoTWords t Can get the kind of HEATERf'-

.( Florida the 'entire winter, for to me -- .. ,

it Florida a paradise almost, and your ,
From Kissinmee Citizen

') town and a very country inviting surrounding place, and without is I certainly am- Is your back a lame and painful you want, if so see us ; we have : ;

:' anticipating a second visit '
Does it ache'especially after exer- .
knowing how many will follow, and then tion? J'' I', t" '

I intend to look Itovermore thoroughly, :
i Is there a soreness in the kidney a big 'assortment from
; $1.50'up. :
taking plenty of time and as I expressed gion ;, 6

; to you I felt at the time and still feel) / r ,,' .. .
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that no better place in Florida can be symptoms indicate weak kid- I ., \' "

f'I selected by 'any newcomer than beautiful ,neys. ( .

| ., Klssimme. I firmly believe that it There is danger in delay. .

\If; will only be very few years until the Weak kidneys fast get weaker. Also the best line of Fite. Qgs arid' ; t'+

f improvement in'and around your townt ,
.Give your trouble prompt attention. 'a e

t f.: tants.will. be"a marvel. the present Inhabit They"strengthen Doan's Kidney Pills weak act kidneys.quickly. Wire Screens for the Fireplace. . ,, ;' v

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P i Read this Kissimmee testimony. I I I'
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r DELIGHTFULfEGEPTION J. H. Harris, carpenter! and contractor. I .

Kissimmee.. Fla., says:; "I have .\ .

At lh Home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. no he.ltUotlln recommending: 'Doan's ..' ...'- .., .. ,

: AuJtman. Kidney Pills, fo$ I, know from past ex. .\" '
s .\" / perience,that they 'act just as represented. : .. .
:. ..A! charming reeeption,waa !given last Off and on for five yean I have : "" .,,,j 1. ,(i, ,. ,, '"' f..... .. '" '
i ,,.j. r Thursday' when, Mrs. ;S. B. Aulman taken'this- remedy: for my kidneys and :' ; "' ,.. '" ; '" .,;;'t.::

r-.. ;. <*_ ;*nd; hoe da ght8r..Mt..JSIitabeth Ault-, a.few<"doses,, have' always brought me I I W.. B'. .1VI t'A"'K' IN'S.Q N ''C. Q'., Ii[ N'Yfa:, : V ?t-i;i f:"

;tnaewere'At: Home'to, }} their, 'friends r \\Jel.-. This preparation; }.'worthj'of f .a -., . '-.- . .' .' _. .- ;. t JVHr \ '. ,,f,*J
. ";from: ';a .tofl'< 'clock"ln' honor of ,their trial",. \ -. "' !' s .,; ..., .. -- -- .. ; ('.. ",{ --t- .il-I .. .,*' *

::guest C; Mrs.N, ;; .l. RoaBt, ,ofLoa> Ange-- For sale by: "all dealers.... Price BO i ets. ..- .. ,".- '. . \.. ** ,' '- 4f\, 'i, : :i ..
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? le.'CaLJ-: .V t, foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N, Y.;sold T''f fc- ; *T '

:. ., .The large,a,pleasant,rooms' wen prettily agents:: for..the United States.- .if. ... .. . : ,:....t .
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: decorated-' with \cut flowers, roses -sRemember-the)', ann.-Doaa'a-:ai;d '---* .'* -u.1'"J.i ", !<.. -,/ .. '._, ,'.4, ''W H >f.:4". .;. 1\-ul ,1., _.... u".Y "" I'"'';' : (J "
t r rand.; vtpleis'predoninating: ''. .and the "' -' t I" -. ..;"> C .1'i! _ra1ty, ?ix-v'kl0' .
; take no other.<'j.t'l I i i t { .
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Ares /0" ....1' 7 t
,. 'cheer: ;open and cordial' hospitality *,.. ; ". '_" ,, (; r

14 \,Cfl!th! nosUsses, {together..with this detl "Lai'ce"'d bititteys?farage'' :;. att". : sofdee For1a.l j'Q' UlCK' ; 1 {. h\.J'\ V@l'tlsitll- -i't- "', Re.--: ; : ...L _' '-11: .. .. ,.. :...:.Li. : '!" ,Ito'' J .1yJ'

,, ,. : hThU. atfto4her. of friendlinesa that for' 10. eater: 'tJ .t: h I rr' ,, ' n'O,. .. .... ..QIC, YiUl. -J' .. @'' ;fe "f. .Au. tkcj: DUy'etiJ.: ;! 0;
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';:p Ke.6f?; THE KISSIMMEE' VAI&EY GAZETTE;; .. "January 191912The '

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? ,Klssimmee Valley. Gazette' State Brevities .1 Ie r I I .. : rtBAKIN6POWDE (

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w.' &; HARRIS' Editor' and Proprietor. j j Items altered here 'sad Among H I AdvertisingJ .i,

J. D. KUYKENDALL Associate Editor \
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EVERY FRIDAY .. .' I C[Talks
PUBLISHED BUILDINQ ; W., J. Bryan lectured 'in Jacksonville i "
OFFICE IN Monday nijlft-i1e carefully sidestepped -',
' J- 4 _...:- politics.The
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES; .. : Seminole Indiana, ire taking a ,
One copy'one; year .. <... . .- ... .,". . '. $Lb0 great' deal of interest ;n the effort to THE VALUE OF ADVERTISING

.78 find the slayer of De Sot Tiger. '
One copy: six month Indian relativeof Case of the Trained Athlete and the
Strongheart, a Sioux a
One copy, three month.40 Poor Foreign That Illustrates Absolutely Pt
-- the dead !Seminole:! has come from rMakes <
Power of Publicity/
j -' must be in the march ,. ,. ,
; All communications, except from our authorized correspondent, Oklahoma to aid tf /

..signed" by the writer. Jacksonville) saw its first snow in 12 Provided 'an athlete, trained to the
minute, fitted out with the best
on Saturday. It was just a money

Rejected: matter will not be.-returned....-.........unless..............called.............for..................... .. ................ ........ years flurry.In can buy in the shape of specially prepared Home Baking Easy
shoes, walking sticks, loose-fit
Entered at the Postoffics in Klssimmee Fla., as second-class mail matter.
an insane rage because his wife, ting and comfortable clothing and re

from whom be bad been separated for freshments walks across the continent .

." rtda.Y"I .Taznaexy: a.. . 2.:12 six months, received a young man caller in anything like reasonable time, No other aid. to the housewife S

W. D. Moore, of Arcadia, shot and be is given wide publicity Is wined {

MUCH OBLIGED. killed his father-in-law, J. R. Robinson and dined and I. proclaimed a being is so great no other agent 10

killed the of great endurance, determination useful and certain. in making '
and was. instantly by .

( Under the caption "Howdy, Folks," U They SayS ] latter'a son. The Robinson family is and, self-will oUmb-over-a-barrler., a thlaknothlngofeuffering aet-all-obsta- delicious, wholesome food r.' .

J, D. Knykendall makes his bow to the very prominent claa aside sort of person. v- ,.,

reader of the Klaslmmee Gazette. But a man in need of work and drtermined -

succeeds S. J. Tnplett BUILD to get it, probably not in
Ifr.'Kvykendall RAILROAD
The Powder
the only Baking
Os- beet of physical condition, abort r
as associate editor of the sprightly remarks Bade by Editors If
of clothe and without knowledge aa
Ceola county booster. He comes origi .I the Suit regarding Kissim- to where be U to get his next meal, made) from

e maU,' from California, andh.. crossed see aid Kiaabu ee'* great Company Organized to Construct Line can walk 8,000 miles, can undergo all
the continent to reach his present good Royal Grape Cream of Tartar i'
aorta of hardships and aelf-denlals.
paper, The Valley Gazette.In Narcoossu to f. L C. Extension.The .
thing. W. wish Mr. Kuykeadall and be would not even be given crM'It ; ;!

He could not be associated with more Kissimmee, Narcoossee and East for having don anything out of the 'rlf

progressive man than Editor Harris, or calling attention to the fact that Coast Railway Company, is the title ofa ordinary. ,' ';;

with a better paper than the Gaiette. it published a picture of- the Osceola corporation now in course of Aside from other features of the No Alum No Urns Phomphtttom 1*.

Tampa Tribune. County Court House the Tlme -Union.a organization, which company proposesto comparison. It all goes to show what ;

,.: "Continuing the pictures of pub- build a railroad ten miles long to connect Advertising will do in any branch. of ti "

GUMBO SOUP. lic buildings in Florida the TimesUnionon { Narcoossee with the Kissimmee human existence or endeavor .\'1"iI..,
showed the house When the athlete starts out on his ':w,
Saturday court Valley extension of the East Coast Railway l-
long tramp he Is advertised far and
wherein the officials of Osceola gather which is under construction from .
The Pensacola papers have gotten the wide and the eyes of the country are .
and transact business for the people. MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE
Maytown to Whittier, Bassinger and In Memoriam.
press of the state by the ears over the directed toward him. If he falls to

problem of what gumbo soup n, it being The handsome and commodious buildingof Tan tie. The company will have a capi- complete hIs Journey he Is soon forgotten '.
brick and stone Is of the places The following resolution by Gen. O. Mr. Newlywed Equal to Fine Distinction ;
one talization of and the
$100,000, organi- but If be succeeds, he Is a he-
that It is particularly
claimed a
shown to visitors in Kissimmee." zation will probably be completed within Howard Post G. A. R.. wan passed Between His "Cherub" and
tuty delicacy peculiar to Fensacola. ro.But on the death of Comrade T. E. Rolfe Neighbor's. "Brat.
The Klssimmee ten days, this delay being due to the In the case of the other man, i i
brethren of Valley-Gazette
We desire to enlighten; our be Is not advertised and nothing Is and Comrade H. W. Lavis: -
them that picture of S. J. Triplett, the retiring time required to communicate with the "Our likes and dislikes
the press by informing gumbo beard of him from one end of the "Whereas, The Great Commander of are guided '
soup is nothing more nor less than a associate editor, and explains that officials of the Hunter Land Co., the journey to the other, so It does not the Universe has taken to Hlm.eU'our by the personal equation-whatever .tl'.
"he's lot Southern Colonization Co., and the that is," commented the bachelor. ;f-, .,
slightly modified form of gravel soup. a smarter than he looks. matter whether he falls or succeeds. beloved comrades, T. E. Rolfe and H. ;

As a refined\ epicurean delicacy il 5an-: That's a failing many editors have, the Semniole Land and Investment, Co. And the same condition applies In W Lavis, thus leaving other vacanciesin "Indeed? queried the suffragette ,1'" I

r not compare with Kissimmee's famous law of compensation doing some of its Among those interested in thin move other walks pf life. The man who Is our fast depleting ranks. Their loss "Yes forced; the property we buy at a real ;'f '
estate sale is always the highest _
sans de marlieux salad. best work among members of the edi- ment are a number of the largest owners wide awake, who directs attention to we mourn with hearts mellowed but not and driest while the other fellow'sproperty -

torial profession.-Lakeland Telegram. of land in this section, and leading business himself by advertising, by not only hardened '
by repeated bereavementa.nor we are willing to swear, Is)
We acknowledge an invitation to at- men. including: C. W. Ward C. A. blowing his own horn but having others "
: Osceola county papers are bragging do we wish to parry fond remembrances under water. .> '. .
*' tend1,*the Orange County Fair, at Orlando about what a good jail they have in Canon, John M. Lee, A. E. Donegan, blow Is loud blasts than on It occasionally of their loyal manhood and "Are you getting ready to arguer >/ ,
more certain Is the
Jan. 80 to Feb. 8. The secretary Kisslmroee. We have such good peoplein W. A. McCool E. L. Lesley H. Flem- who starts out without a blare man of pure lives now closed; therefore "No. I'm still unmarried. But 1 : / ,

.informs us that every convenience ing and H. Clay Stanford. It is the intention Resolved That wanted to show how different we all !,..:
Polk standing in life's battle -
have trumpets
we hardly use for a jail at or without an attempt to attract
exhibitors. We to have the road completed by feel about ourselves and our property;, If
has-been provided for I I ;
all. Now and then a bad man breaks and keep the attention of the we devoutly bow to the orderof
If. wonder whether we are to be classed next summer.This public. Commander from other people and their property. ;
over the line from Osceola adjoining our Supreme which deprives -

or some
You know, I have a ropm, in a flat with, ."
: .. as live stock or U fancy work. In any county, and we have a good projector something similar, is Recently a New York fireman setout us of their comradeship, and a young married couple. I have one "

f_ event, however, we appreciate the In- enough jail to keep him with us awhile, ot vital importance to this city, as was from the Atlantic coast city to with hearts warmed with retrospectionwe there: so that I can observe the martial .l'k\3

vitation., anyway.-Lakeland Telegram. We believe pointed out in an article in this paper a walk to this coast. He was a trained hope that when our life dream is i. -or Is it maritaleKI.tenC8. A

.\ there were only five\ homicides in few weeks ago. The F. E. 0. exten- athlete and made the trip In good completed and we lay down our burdens couple of months ago: the stork brought &
+4 ..L : of'Jan. time and got a whole lot of notoriety "
-Tbe-.orana.CountyCl Polk county. Christmas .week' and one sion will be running trains to Whittier and we may receive descriptive list j' them a babf. 1. i

.16 Is a Lake Lucerne Special Edition, or two since.Wauchula Advocate. If next summer. Unless direct connection trip. considerable He was advertised money far out and of a.the ar. I of services in life's battles as honorable I I'I "A boy or a girl! ?" asked the> suffragette \I' i

'and presents a number of attractive is had between Kissimmee and the and revealing a spark of woman
Polk acceptable that of Comrades
folk as
county keep on killing each And recently a tailor, whose home I
'views of our neighboring city.: This is other, Sheriff Prevatt can furnish ac extension the business of all the prai- was In Poland received word that Rolfe and Lavi!!. I hood; then she added, quickly; "but I
series Intended never mind; It will be a .voter any 'f'J?
the'ninth of of specials -
a commodation. The only thihg our rie-land companies now operating out employment awaited him at the hands T. M. MURPHY, "

1 ''to show the beauties of Orlando, new jaif' lacks II prisoners. of this city will be transferred to Whittier of'an old friend In Redwood City, Cpl. J.: H. CBY, Commander. way"On some the day.floor below ns. ie another

and .U a most creditable production. Not that but all traffic with The tailor left
only Poland, without knowl- Adjutant. 'baby," went on the Bachelor. *Tt..

.. the rapidly developing Kissimmee prai- edge' as to the length or breadth of other day the quiet of the house was
4 That scientist still contends that Eve rie section will be diverted from this the United States and arrived In New Laymen's Meeting disturbed by lusty yelling. /

wu no beauty. Anyway,) we'd like to dews 'of weekLeading York city four months ago. When Our Is that our little cherub crying r .
next will be held-in'the
... here just the, same,-Pensacola city.Without told that be had yet to cross 'the confluent asked the mother. ,
the ten miles of road which afternoon
church at
Journal. We just cap't help wonderingIf ; n ivnri" n" be pluckily set out to 'walk the Sunday "'No.'the father answered] It's tbe)
the K., N. & E "C. Ry. Co. proposes to 'distance, being without funds to pay 3 o'clock, Brother John Lee, leader: brat downstairs.: .* '
the nature of Eve's reputed wardrobe events of. toe
past build Klssirnmee will be Iso- ,
completely his fare. .We desire to. thank the kind ladies ,1
has 'to tio with that de- S .
anything .r'
A days summarized for busy lated so far as the territory lying east He made the trip from New York who furnished such excellent music last

sire. alley Gazette readersThe of the Kissimmee chain of lakes and city to Oakland in three months and Sunday afternoon at our meeting and Couldnt Escape' a

1 I';;.' rivers is concerned. With it this city two weeks, doing odd Jobs en routeto cordially invite them to come often. He was one of those .timid ttnyt
-i-o ,, California. woman is starting a pay his expenses. toned chaps who become enamored b>' ,
will be on practically a direct line of These are' in Im-
meetings growing y
campaign silk stocking l: ,. We authorities In Washington mistake and In
against live
\ fond communication, and with better facilities Upon reaching: Redwood City he and interest and aboutto perpetual fear "ol
[ h are ;;against; her-fact is, we're a silk it necessary this week to threaten to was at once employed. portance we are a pending engagement ring. He him -
for lake and river "
] .stocking supporter.-Pensacola J ur"naL"A Intervene in Cuba, in order to quiet transportationwill The accomplishment of the needy take up the men's religious forward self had become enamored of a sweet .
almost control the business "
Knight of the Garter; we sup- disturbances and a' threatened violation completely tailor, comments the Oakland Cal., movement in connection with our present and soulful maiden, whose languishing ,

w... ...", ppge of the military law which forbids army of a most important section of Enquirer, I. more worthy of notice work, and we cordially invite all expression tore him between delight ':

; officers from participating; in politics.As country. The ten miles .of railroad than Is that of the athletic fireman. who are interested.In the religious; wel- and fear. ,

t.. you ever noticed that there areHad should rightfully be built by either the But the tailor's long tramp was not fare of our town to join us and assistin At the conclusion of his Drat "cair -.J;.

S a result of the break betweenCol. F. E. C. Ry. or the A. C. L., but if advertised.For making this a great blessing to all. she asked: : :'
discarded tobacco be
more,; quids to George Harvey, the original Wilson neither .of these lines undertake the that reason he has failed to attract All men and boys are cordially invited, "When are you coming agalai. :
; to front of saloon than "
i seen a anywhere man, and Woodrow Wilson, whom work, the organization of the K., N. much attention and but little applause and to you who are visiting our city, dear? ,;.

'elseT-rPlant City Courier. No, bro- he was supporting for the presidency, & E. C. Ry. gives assurance that the for his exhibition of endurance we are pleased to extend the glad hand. He seized the wrong hat from the .O',track
theri'we; hadn't noticed U-in KissimJnee and determination. in his confusion.
Henry Watterson has come out in opposition road will be built and that Kissimmee A. S. NELSON, Chairman. "Er
;'f -what about some time next .it
er to the New Jersey candidate.He will remain, aa it is now, the trade cen- week be hazarded

' says Wilson is a schoolmaster, nota ; ter,for the prairie country. Newspaper Ads Will Sell' Land. Winning New Laurels.The A look of disappointment came into ."...
\ get results that are
.,' ,Trite: and Truthful statesman. and publicity that warms up the lasting situation popular young; comedians, the the fair one's eyes." .
: Senator Lorimer witness be- in the real Twins "Next week? she ..ald.Y,*. thai
was a estate business In almost Lyman will bring the largest I
.'< fore the senate investigating committee 5,000 HORNETS .HIS FRIENDS any locality, newspapers are the musical attraction here shortly that has 'will do lovely! Come round tomorrow, :'j
[B* OLD PROVERBS.: night; dear, and we'll decide deflnlt*
best liberal
a of
. this week. ; use the classifiedpages ever been seen in Klssimmee called !ly upon the day.Answers.ANNOUNCEMENTS. ..

._. Whave. too much law; we are organized Ten Strange ,Charm Posssssed by New and sufficient use of the displayto "The Speculators," which; is just as .
thousand Manchus
to death. were massacred Jersey Civil War Veteran Over keep the firm out of the piker class' \ 4-
by Chinese rebels in the Shen Si Swarm of Black I Insects.Sprlag and rive dignity to the smaller ads breezy as.its name Implies and.which -
is not the but the best t
.' district. ems to cover the field and prove the only largest musical \

,. From the family altar to the greatest Lake N. J.-John M. Wood best Investment. Other schemes that success these twin stars have ever
For Clerk ,
"" A 4-cent raise in the of butter Circuit Court. '
::::::;.'*"."' !government in the world we feel the price veteran of the Civil war, hero of Gettysburg are offered may seem and look: rosy, attempted.A .

i... vchalns of organization. was made by the Elgin board.A and pioneer of Spring Lake, but they seldom reach the public much larger company is employed, throughout At the urrent the count'solicitation,I Kr e bT or umimno my) friends myself .

," >y,, breach between the forces of Clark has so completely won the confidence when It Is in a frame of mind to be more beautlfnl scenery and costly effects a eindldat for Clark ol the Circuit Court

j Inw religion we are the victims of and Folk in Missouri appears to be of a swarm of 6,000 black hornets Impressed with importance tnv.eet- together with some of the catchiest in mary.and for I wiah Oaceola to think county)the at the p opl coming le for their pri .

t" 'over-organliatioru widening. that they make an advance guard for iQg in home. or In speculative real es whistling; song hits of the season kind rapport la tba pi',and I I pledge lap-
port In the futnrw. II elected,
tate. This Is the conclusion my)
him whenever
he and advanced
goes walking will be heard. A handsomely dressed faithful' service and personal attention 10 the
soul Postmaster General Hicthcock in his buss about his cozy bungalow a veritable by H. B. Van Sickle, publicity expert duties of the office. Keapectfully. i
The la chorus is a big feature, which displays J. .
; crucified on the cross of of and advertising for I O'\.XIUTRItET. '
annual report recommends government army defence against unwelcome manager a large
,'creedJuid form and Christ is smothered Intruders. real estate firm In Toledo. some stunning gowns and new novelties -.i

I ta. i I' In. thw voluminous folds of liturgy. ownership of telegraph lines. Wood made the acquaintance of his in a way that will satisfy the most \
For Tax
"! .; President: Sun has begun the reorganization dangerous friends Several days ago skeptical. All in all, The Speculators Assessor. c...

: W.,/areatrangled'with the red-tape of the government In China. Perhaps It was his courage that com- ai I. by far the largest and best produc- office DI hereby of Tax announce AMtiaorof myself Oacvol a candidate county)'er, II', ,'

;4" '"governmental' ezpedi'ency'tin the Tb. Manchu. dynasty appears to be top- manded their respect During a Because advertisement lapretty tion the Lyman Twins have ever presented. fees! to the will of the Democratic r.r.r'l .
.1. no reason why It coming primary, and If elected to
YOX .Poplili is no more to be heard pling. storm last week: a blind on nearby ".hould business' Opera House Jan. 27. give my ponooil attention to every detail rpooeoted .
b cottage became .unfastened. Wood get ; moat f.l- with the o lo.. C. JlUCKELfl.
, "-- On Saturday cold wave spread over lowe flirt with the .. (
I pretty girlsid ..
climbed ladder to nail ,
a It fast A few ,
artificials intervene practically the entire country recordsfor .. then Governor McDermilt. .
< Frigid so that the I well directed blows with a heavy marry 11004> cooks."Rusty A

,, .,.4u1 to soul contact impossible., cold being*broken all through{ the hammer and the 'veteran was conscious Mike's Dlary.- P. F. McDermitt, familiarly known For Superintendent 'of Public .f.fI

South. .Florida was. about the only of a beating sound which carried u "Governor," died at hisre.ld.nceon

.... .caose'of Selfishness'.all'. In'the human heart is the state that escaped. scot-free' of damaging I with it a world of meaning., A the outskirts of the city last Tuesday I Instruction.: {
\t .. competition and competi-. cold.Italian.troops. black stream sky-cleavers I hereby
was Frame Ada Carefully morning, and was laid to rest in Rose- I of .
Superintendent Public Instructionof
tiv.taws, J ,- in Tripoli are reported emerging from a long crack In ,the The advertisement a man puts forth hill cemetery the followlng'day.; 0_ s eannty, subject to the will ot the _{
%t Selfishness I e to have met and to be endue '''boarding of the house. Wood dismounted 1s i really his messenger and advance I Democratic voters at 'b..I"1r;primary: ,and
(! ls the cause of sJI disputes, reverses, the ladder Mr. McDermitt was among the first If elected I will devote my anUre time to the
much cautiously, rung agent, an ambassador If not a tuU datiee of the cfBoe.l K,J). QTJICSV
4 ,wtfctber private, commercial or nation Ing suffering; until he settlers to locate In Kissimmee, and his .. J I
by rung Once: more stood '
plenipotentiary from bis -
r; a .al.::and alt political strife;}hatred self 1 'A bill providing for' si new system ofcrop terra. ,arm ., that it eays 'should vary tor*a'Nothing fraction - reminiscences of the pioneer days here I ., .. ?:"J

.ars come "from' "the. seed sown by: reporting was Introduced In.con. About him warmed the hornets, of 'a, hUr"..,br.4tJi'trom the *were-exceedingly Inte..Une.Be. For Member of the 'Legislature.I .!If

Elms../;. *" "* :4 '* 'V.f' peN by.Lever of i South Carolina, never ceasing their weird humming. truth; and it should rather' underataU was an.Irishman' by birth, 'and hereby anoonnoc .,..u aa*a eaqdldata for r; t .
',i;' : '. Treasures atPekln They'lit an Msshoulders; 'they caressed "than atteiflpttafexasgerata'ia, -w.l1.edueated..and, is said to have the ofBca of Bapreaealaliv from Ibis connty: l. ,:'(
. of palace.
ti the are been, 'of-Savannah the the riorldaXt&alatore of'-- ....:.......
r" ,)VIHpa'poia e ceases" to be factor his cheeks; they maror. a j-in subject W> the will ,... ---
" I a : offered<'for''sale.. Massacre of sane reaasuhIJK the story It tella. of that' e' the Demoeratle Voters ai tha eon lev primary. .--'rI-: '
: the early days
city .
; 'r ll' ;:jn the }brain of man selfishness will be I melodies about his, ears but,nbt TIle manner of it tits tone and tem and ask tba support. of lithe white voters 01' ....: <'J',i
Cancans are reported from all part of of them him. What . the coonty.,, H. CLAT_ ,BTaJIForTx ,.
Y. ? no more,and. .trifewW: hare ceased and one stung charm per' and style) will be among the l'
. Ty1 China. he' for 'the' In- to' J shepherds. Feert vast:; (: ",
; reign In may; possess strange things look after and make attrac- !
Jq7 .th.h stead. .f
r'.t'1". c ._.....t.-.p.flor: qrm. ..... :.. ,! _:The Socialists J lost out .in; their efforts s.otab.Is'at: a' loss to 'und.rataDcI" .u,.., It nu.t.JIOt be rudely'impero* Persona'employed na shepherds la Assessor;. J"s'...1.(
tat h"' n-II.'is the only; la .must.not: Russia/: 40 not reeslv.vmora than tea ; ', It''. l
person '
.; '}j'f %!,"..... 'i tM; <>re-stately' manatona, to,( obtain' .endo..m.nt''. party 'hereby ajinoono! 'IIIJMIl) 'f oaadldai* 'for. V'' : .';1
:' 'Aat/rlft ''the 'Amorta"who -can laytlalm to they .to .Awry' the:rival) abopa:that,; >also to twenty cents a,day, the per being; tae office of TM of Oaoeola
;J.' .h. -i; soul.; the seasons roll, by ; National Convention Mine '-.. Au.Ror eovBtyv a ,I( .
,, - friendship,of 6.000 black horaeta. nave their announcements .out-nor given,In ,supplies;'required for ,their and solicit the rapportproacblng fl la the ape''' l -
; a .\ I**** the tow.iwRedp,( ..tHHotoes). W i1tera- C"5 't'l ." fV . .'--- It. '. ,' IMmocimtia . .. ,j
should beverbose and, tomes. j
w a I IA ; : otnerwUe . .r -- prim l. lrraaartr .
: .. '
.. W'tSnte.MJti. 7" ;
i.i.MU\ ; :-1 L: iI. $v. '". !.wi". '" #(teE ,". ...f.. ;earelea and Infelicitous tin Its'' style.:' 't r. .s {., : ,
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' "'i .. . HOUSE : WARMING I' Big:Bargain .In l'U me., OO4A. ,. -

I Ir rrr Splendid new: bouse; \ CARSON. J. A.. CRANFORD. ..L.LOPTXR.VteePreeldrjt. . ".

: Liiinte.r side city limits, fine deep well, Pr eldeat .. 'e.enarr (

: Osceola ,An Enjoyable. .Oyster Supper :Dedicates j.- tame two .acres of_ground, ..

r the 0. C. Darling Home.. barn, wagon and buggy ,.sheds,
under good, new 'fence Fine 1.I.

One' of the;pleasant event of Satur- for small truck garden or poultry KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. 1..
This is fine proposition,
--='-C -- day evening was an.oyster supper'\ and will have a the freedom of the ,

,, ., ompany bouse*warming given by Mr.: and Mrs. yet close enough to enjoy all the .

0.. C. Darling in their new home on tages of the city, such as / .; .

. ., M DEALERS IN. Clyde avenue,'as a return" complimentto school 1, best markets e .o Rough aD4 Dress ..,' o .. -
Price $1,500. & a
the Conneaut-KUsimmee party who . i.

Rough: and Dressed ::'Lumber dihed at the Lakeview hotel on Christ 48-tf

mas day, and a few invited ir ilests. At PINE :-LUMBER -
.. ,.., . ', ,
First of -
the invitation of the hostess, the Meeting I .

WINDOWS DOORS friends from Conneaut arrived at the to the Dlntric Court of the United.
'.social and for ibm Southern District; of .
home early and enjoyed "
being In r.Royal A.Wiley, Bankrupt
SHINGLES .LATIJ BRICK LIME chat, the principal topic the com- or.
parison between the present beautiful To th.Cr.dltonof Eot.l'A. W tier, of ,
DM;;Oaovola Count;and Dlilrlct "' .
NO'VEL..TVN.ORKS ((1)) weather of Florida and the cero a Bankrupt: .. .

weather of Ohio. At 6 o'clock all were Nolle li hereby r1r.n that on the Mb OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC
January. 1VU,use old| Royal A. ill
., I
ushered into the dining room to enjoy adjudicated a bankrupt and that aY a -a- .U '

GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL the feast of good things prepared by court meeting bows of hi In. creditor KlMlmmee''will, held on -z-- .-_-- - --- .I'' .." 'fj

the Later bride in of the 1861.evening other friends day their which of claim time January.the, appoint creditor 191s.a at trtutea may 10 o'clock,attend.,.. a ................ ........ .. 1th IJ:.) ,

J* j* Free Delivery to AU'Prts of City ,.> j bankrupt and transact each other
arrived and they also did justice to the EMIL MACH .
maT properly oome before the said.... ; ,
spread which was placed before them,. Tampa. ,Fla.,January. 1{lint .. fttasUai O1IIC,; y .1iI'
t-lt WILLJAM BOil.
One dainty, served at this table, which Referee In ,

I the first party did not have the privi- MACI3: BRJOS. i
lege of enjoying, was a glass of delicious Application to Sell Real ,: f

jelly, not prepared by the hostess In Court of County Judge, State of Feed .
and Sale
Livery Stable
but given her before leaving Conneaut In re Btate of Vernon Shiver. ,Fan .. r .,
)4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4VIA Raudal Shiver Mlner.r-Oeceola

: with instructions to present it "for the Notice (. hereby given. to all", Agt. Jntomatioual Harvesting Co.JEverything : + I'

first nice looking, eligible young man I Vernon concern Shiver that Lythla, Paul J Shlverand lodbold aa: : :: :

who should dine at her home." This minor, will, on ; Ao'T'.T X IN a9 I3Fr:: : AVY fi.latT2SiYQ. :
D. WU apply to tile Oeo. P. : .
she did very gracefully, further adding oounf judge in sod for Bald county, at .r
that the young lady who prepared it ace in KUalmmee. city In laid new and first class. We render prompt and 4. 1
o'clock a m., or a* soon hereafter a
was "fully as attractive as thejelly.." ter can be beard,for authority to sell service day or night.ONEHALP i .
ATLANTIC COAST LINE tale, the undiTKlxd \
rate one-quarter
Whether or not this proves to be a of an undivided two sixths Interest of :; ;; BLOCKFROM PASSENGER DEPOT
drawing card remains to be seen. aid minor In and to tbe following. real, eHtate, In said county, to-wIt::
After spending the remainder of the half of the northwest quarter of Kissimmee, Fla. tanPhone'{ 113 .Z' ;
ft. Township No :H south, of Range 81 .
"Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited""South evening in a social way all left for their Which application will be batted

homes wishing Mr. arid Mrs. Darling petition Val"IJ.uual'Y; for such. sole Uth,now A. D.on l'J12.flle In ,a N................ NNN

Atlantic Limited" many years of happiness their new LTDIA J. ( ------e:_'
(-!>t I
home in Kissimmee. Those in attend- ,

and Mrs. M. Z. Bemua, V RON, President n. c. BRYAN, SECKKTAKT:
ance were: Mr. .
Route"Thronf Order of P"ub! c .tion.
"Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Williams, Mr. F.
In the Circuit onrt: of the Seventh J
E Sanford, Mrs. C M, Van Slyke, Mr. Circuit In and for Oaceola. County, Waters ','

Pullman Cars From Chicago;51. Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Grand andi Mrs. John Stem Mr. and Mrs. F. 11 Florida.. C. Ktunford.In Chanoerj complaiuant VII. J. J. & Carson .

Rapids, Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta Birmingham to Jacksonville H. Wright, A. B. and R. O. Darling, and under again the said all i periwna. I. Merrill :1b an \: ;

all of Conneaut; R. P. Martz, Indian- agalnjtt all other peraoua.
DINING CAR SERVICE Misses Harriet and Katherine auoTe known and named I' Ie'I':
apolis; Interest In the property in this bill Grocery Company.
Wilcox, Wayne, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. Nor- defendant
For further information call on or write to To all whom It may concern
Fla. rill and daughter and Miss Anna Dietz, It appearing from the sworn bill of (
W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent, Kissimmee. ,
. of Kissimmee. X. Y. Z. filed in this cauae that there are
eatod In the property Involved< In thin -Wholesale and RetailDealersinGROCERIES: t
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent er than the known defendant, and
Tampa, Florida. County Court such periona ao interested
known to the complainant and I
George Heutre and Rudolph Miserdly prayed in laid bill of complaint .( --.-
unknown defendant
beating trains; nolle pressed. It la therefore ordered that all ... .,
Edwards selling log an interval In and to tbe following
Alex liquor; jury
ed property, situate' in the county of
She has not the whole verdict, not guilty. State of: Florida to-wlt:
Beginning 67 foot",,"ulob..d 47
Will Nelson, Albert Overstreet and of the Went corner of lot 4 In Block
earth to sell but just choice WE SELL WE BUY
verdict not South Florida Railroad compao, .
Drew Alvy, gambling; jury 1J
the town of KiaHlmmeeCity' ,and
bits of it loea tcd.inFLORIDA guilty. 47 degreee East N> feet North 48 .r::'::
feet, North 47 degree*Went 60 feet, HAY
Robert S. Raines and R. A. Finch, HIDBS- i
gree* W e l fe feet being part
on business without a license; tlon twenty-two (22)( ). In ., fpur:: .'
carrying (:l.) Mouth of Range twenty nine ((2V) FURS
plead guilty and fined $25 and costs. appear to the complainants, bill of
herein filed, on or before the Rule d
John P. Jones, libel; jury verdict not ruary 191.2 I to-wlt, the nth day of: WOOL"...
\ the said bill will be taken a* .:.
guilty. It la further ordered that thin order SHINGLES 1
Nathan Hutchinson, George Leaks lUhed onoe a week for twelve 11JJ) .AND ._ --
week. in the KinRlmmee .. ,
1'.I.. and Sam Phelps, gambling; jury verdict newspaper| published ip said Valley Onceola ORANGE BOXES .i.
....or- 'not genfirai circulation In said oountv
guilty ALL
HOMES Witness W 111 H. Price Judge of ORANGE WRAPS ,
CHOICE George Bronsan, Tom Sutton, R. B. Court, and my name a*Clerk I thereof, : .
official of the court, this :Jttih of
SELECT FARMS Stradley and Ellis Crowe, gambling; l> H'll. ARTHUR day. VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY. (
verdict not guilty. [8al) Clerk of tbe I'.. .
VACANT LOTS Allen Clark, selling; liquor; jury ver- G. F. Kribba. t By ollcluir I El.IUHKTH for I f:: 1'.A.i CRATE NAILS PRODUCE -

dict not guilty. I ;'
AND ACREAGE Order of Publication. "
Sam Williams, selling liquor; nolleeproeeed. In the Circuit Court of the Seventh .
Circuit In and for Onceola County We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.

Ask About Them Frank Gllzor, illegal sale of liquor; I B.:Florida l>. Waring lu Chancery Complaiuant! ;:: ,' We give special attention to fitting out hunting [rand camping, l

va. ...
nollejprossed. William J. Green J. Herbert < .
Mike Jones, illegal sale of liquor Green, Otto F. Wlnkelinan. Bill '
i.' ; MRS. SUMMERS ',. ;, All periwma other than' the!cloud Free delivery in city limits Phone No. 12: ." ,,
pressed. above named parting, e aim. Title.
},I. '; 1 \' ,,,"\ . Lake View" Cottage ... Burrell Yates, Improper exhibitionof tug trio an this Interest bill described In the proper Defendant We are county agents for good'' fertilizers., !'A'sk;,u. for'? circular*l. >d

fertilizers. 4"
dangerous weapon; nolle'prossed. on i'
To all whom It 4
may concern:
SOUTH KISSIMMEE Vans Agnew & Crawford vs t;.W.
appearing from the'sworn bill I of
Mann assumpsit damages, $100; jury e..llu filed 1 in this the I caua property that Involved there are In tbla. :: :: :! '.

awarded defendant $43.20. er than the known defendant, and I
names of Hitch PCTHOUH BO lutensud
----- = known the romiilalnant, and that I I
prayed :'Ll naid Hill: of Complaint: : .t
unknown lotendnnttt
hi la therefore ordered that all' ,,.
lug an Interest In and to the following d .

The Mattress that M'akesAny'Bed Your Friend Hate property of Florida, situate, Pewit In the: County of 4

'l'byemthwe.tquarter. the floilth w
ter of the BOnthraHt; ntiarter and lot : ; ; i
The mosT beautiful bed is but resting place Htctlon tw entj',H\u(2( .*').iu townhftlp
; poor J'>), south of rouge' :I twenty-eight: (>i p7' t'F
Nplw.r to the fomp sine t'a Kill of ; i
unless with clean comfortable mattress. herein filed on or Ix'fore the Rule day I Irunry /
equipped a :11U2, lo ut, the Otn del of ' J 0.i44f
; ,
the said bill will hu taksn an confmHid
is It IN further ordered that thin order
of true
The bed insignificant a "
poorest I..
appearance Itshe.l 1 onct a we.k( 'for to elva (1 I2)) (oui

friend if with Princess Sanitary Felt Mattress. paper week published in llie: ,K/Malmmet-Valley In :said. Otecole(,(aet ouuty tie. ': ;': '
equipped a ernl, circulutton In wnld County. Pi is gl
WitnupN JainvH W. !1'erklnH. Judge
Circuit ( curl' and an Clerk 1
ray name
Because The Princess Is a clean, comfortable mattress which supportsthe October and the I .otTI A.(U.lal. lull of Haid Court, 1 this I I 11th 1 .

lines it is restful which enables to for tomorrowby lSRAI..I) AMTHIIlF DoN
body you prepare lerk of (iroilt i c
By El.IZ'BKTH "' .. ; ;
... by sleeping tonight. The Princess is germ and moisture proof U F KrlbbK, bollduir for Complainant. .. ed.

and needs no other renovating than an occasional sun-bath. Notice of Executor for .

PRINCESS t'om' Court of the, County Discharge.In judge'.Slate: of "Pittsburgh Perfect". "" f

In ro estate I of Mortbn A. lurliigton 1 : .
ed, Osroola : u rv"n. Wire Fencing is best all through. s
Notice' In hereby to all whom ,
eimeru that tin the )Hindu? of May The'Vire i ie drawn from special quality of
7 .. 1 shell l the J llonoralj a open
I'JIJ aw' > to
t 1 :I Parker. Judge of Bald court(, an Judge; THE BEST hearth material-tough, pliable, strong long lived

MAT T R ESS :tl.eie'of a Martha I final (llBchnruu A. executor d.e< ";; WIRE like old-time iron wire. It U the finest fencing

thalal the ttame time I will..prevent wire possible to manufacture. .
Bald and
a'o'ouoto.o executor of estate
into of approval Heavily galvanized) by our own new and perfect
is made of carefully sanitized cotton woven layers tbD teil November:; luih, A. D. 1'HIK Galvanizing the is {
Perfect Pjoce wire positively moisture-proof .
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felt that will never lump, pack down or become hard. The 411-lm06mo ,. The fact that

ticking is of durable quality and artistic design. The workmanship ,
Application for Final AH Stay Wires and Line Wires are Electrically Welded ;
is hand only skill-
) by ; In Court of the County Judge State of not onlyelinunates; the weakening; and! ****.w '
Onreola County, In re Jiilite of L H
of experience
ed long ,
experts : lame decried.Notice moisture-gathering wrap, clamp "
!.. hereby glrsn!, to all whom and ties but
employed.We practically transforms
concern that on taa 2ttlb day of Al'r
I / Gf Gfder 191 J I shall\ fl'ltd' the Honorable ( the fence into one piece of perforated ',
sell The Princess un Parker Judge Court, aa. Jude.. steeL .' i
for final
bate a discharge a. yO.adwA.a4e.d.r,6k .:
60 night's guarantee. / l ?j" 1 the sate ol.m H Wllllamii.' -::: ; :: nr WT a aN
a that at *line I will present ; :. .... Wire There i* no waste wire to make useless weight'sj :" '

Ask your dealer. If' he can't I / ti 7 ask-counta for their aa approval.admlnlmrator of raid .. instead, heavier wire U used and all the weight t''

supply you write us. 4 r 44 Dated-.Imo Oct Smua A.' M.fa.A.DROUGHT.U 1911. Admlol.t N.WuteWeiPt i i.fence.line wires, the Stay wire" being of the Mme size jrf . i ;

Bcjsuro to see The Princess. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence .tke esffft.
I I Notice of Executor.: u Strong *W .y

guarantee it to be the equalof NfESSWe IB Court,of the County Judge State of 73 Style and aba, adapted to'every'.purpOM.-F1ELDJ

any, and the superior of J1I in ola re County.Batata of Temple" A. Yinx-i Deo'd. FARM. RANCH LAWN. POULTRY.' "'

mattresses sold for15.00 or less. Get Best for Less. ,, Notice li hereby given, to all whom EVERY ROD G"ARANTEED. b 1
many .
censers that on tie lat day of.arch
.! G B)12,1 ahaU apply to the Honorable ties .
GhOLStinCullnninghamNo. keg,Judge df aatd Court, m* Judge of :, "
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I eatata of Tennplo,Minx,deoeaaed; and : .w. . : .W'.,f 11HI pe
'SprJ.ngbed Co. th.amaif tima I will present my Anal ..
SANITAKT FELT a. admtnUtrator of said eataM, and KiMimroee J
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Honda Maps. I CIIURCII DIRECTORY If the Why observant T..... Are foreigner Tagged. abroad J. W. THOMPSON S.II.BUftOCK

{ Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley observes an expert setting qqt trees In
c Gazette office a pocket map of Florida
will be mailed to any address in the New a public square be will discover that
United States. We can also furnish BAPTIST.A. attached to a leaf on one aide of each

t map* of Osceola county at tl each and J. Holt, D. D., pastor. tree there will be a bit of white tape.It FUNERAL D1RECTORI REAL ESTATE
F will be glad to estimate on sectional maps.of I'
Sunday Is it one apparent that the marking and
ilf any kind. .
{'(. Bible 'School 9.45.a. m. la in"no a n*. dlatlngulahlng. Out

t.: DepartmentHaving Preaching a. m. and 7.15Ip. m. aa the gardener got about setting the LICENSED EMBALMER

B. Y. B. U. 6:45 p. m. trees In the hole prepared for them

L. $ Communion Sunday. the traveler will observe that each tag I Examination of Titles a
of white U brought around to face, he
Monday (after 3rd Sunday).
\ eastUpon Inquiry the foreigner will I Opposite Courthouse Specialty.
Woman' Miss. Union-Devo. 3 m.
p. I be told that unless the tree, say a pal
Wednesday-(after 1st Sunday).
metto uprooted from the nursery, had
Worn. Miss. Union-Social, to5pm
the same eastern exposure of the same
added a Fresh Meat Department K.183IMMEE FLORIDA Correspondence Solicited.
Thursday- part la transplanting It would fall to
Real Estate to our Grocery Store we Prayer meeting 700 p. m. take root and flourish.-Exchange. '

are now able to give you the daintiest Visitors always welcome. --- -- --
i Pretty Forgetful."Ton .
morsels cut from the fattest forgot to get that silk for me?"
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Florida and Western stock. PRESBYTERIAN.S. she asks "Wb,, I tied that strip of EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES
1 I; cloth around your finger this very
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDASPECIAL S. Snyder, pastor. I I I morning to remind you of It." SUCCESS THE SAME WAY-
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. :S.:
I OPEN NOWand i The husband Bturpfl blankly at the
-------- --- J- Nelson, superintendent.Church MONEY ----
: strip of cloth and theh says:
I Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. "Well. I'll be Jiggered! And here Do you want to be successful? Start saving) now. Put your money in
Christian Endeavor 6.15 m. .
p. I've been trying all day to remember
V Prayer and Bible study Thursday..00 CITIZENS BANK OF
how I happened to hurt my 1ngerr'- KISSIMMEEWe
prices are always right at p. m. Chicago Post
Visitors most cordially invited to all

14 Kervices. I A Nice Gift Package.My have more Savings Accounts than any other: Bank in
I Osceola County.!
"Express Box" of mixed citrus
f DdyJHfer METHODIST. I fruits packed especially for the holiday A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procuredone
trade and for those wishing to remember do so at once.AKTBUB .
THIS North Kissimmee H. T. Gaines, pastor. friends at a distance, containing oranges
School at 9:45 -J. L. and kumquats ..
PORTABLE Sunday : a. m. grapefruit tangerines E.. DONEOAN. .. .Id.nt W. H. NORTON Cuhiar
f Overstreet, superintendent. is the best gift package yet of-
;' LAMPFOR fered. Price $1.00! per box, f. o. b.
.4 Preaching services tl a. m., and 7:30p. Kissimmee. Mail orders solicited. H.

Taylor'sQuick m.Junior. i R. Overstreet, Kissimmee, Fla. 44-tf

( HOMESTORE League 2 p. m. -

Senor League Wed. 7:30: p. m. Boarding House, for Sale.
Delivery Phone 250 I Gen.'prayer service Thurs. 7:30Jp.: m.
OROFFICE Boarding house of nine rooms, including -
Holy communion ever 1st Sunday. bath-room. Hot and cold water,
I You are cordially invited to each of bath, toilet and sink; electric lights. GRAPEFRUITOR
I these services. House furnished complete and filled
with boarders at this time. Large lot
h I1 ; $1 .48 130x150. Can be purchased on very

,f. rl I CHRISTIAN.A. reasonable terms. For particulars call .$ ORANGE GROVE
on or write us. H. M. BREAKER &
4M fMJU temr Kt navr M. Chisholra( pastor. Co. ; 47-tf
at 11 and 7:00: m.
Preaching a. m. p.
Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C.lE. Yowell The Kissimmee Library. IF YOU are going to! plant a Grapefruit Grove

This Lamp is handsomely superintendent; J. H. Harris assistant The Kissimmee Library offers to Its :: or an Orange Grove, buy your Trees from

V nickelled, height 29 inches, superintendent subscribers a list of over four hundred the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries.

equipped with automatic self. Money-making strains Christian .Endeavor every Sunday books by'the best authors, any or all of QUALITY\ COUNTS-Everything you get fromus
for market which you have the privilege of reading- is first-class. Our favorable soil
growersSUW and location
at 6.OO
cleaning and evening p. m
needle globe
'' .., But LrI," Tte. for only $2 which secures a tingle make it possible for us to produce stock that
d and choir practice ev-
Usual 2200. Prayer meeting membership, or $5 a family mem.
pump. .price IA winner wherever '
('0 Etfiw.- I Thursday at 7.15 p. m. bership. Capt. Trench, the librarian, no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early
the ery
KUptad South.
to Pkl.
e We have the best line of Man Xfc.7l.OOilK.SJ.75." lOc ox. tOe will issue you a membership card for Orange is far superior to the Parson Brown

tIes'and supplies in the Southat the above amount. Library I in State CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT
1tege' >*w >r4 SpcUl dele TeewU. ia the best
lowest prices. Estimated! TU U... !4* the wocU.4.l& EPISCOPAL.Rev. Bank building. ,, 8-tf budded variety now produced anywhere. We have the
,' David D. Kldd, rector.every - largest stock of two-year Grapefruit buds irf Florida.

.' :; ... :geeu. ... .' -Services second and fourth Sunday .., Write for Catalogue. See our full Agent of good Ideas and practicalsuggestions.

T and.antod qugt. yep < k L..L. i pica l fad att1OOa.m. .. lHTFTo YliltAdLlte -- .:--J.-E.---KA.'t'rOCKS.- : !3HIMMF.F., ELI1 InA --
f : Light i , r 'J c' , .. i tmUy tot-.)>t.
I ",, . EAST BAY Guild meeting every first Tuesday. VINZANT&CO. TANGERINE
>. .'"' 5T.FUORIDA. tV'a1ta P..Stek.y ..,,-.. ; OcklawahaNurseries
;; ..f; PhiJedelpl OAOKSONVIU-K., FLA. .. I F LOR 1 D A '
.lACKSOIYILLE. !! ; : Old newspapers for sale .at this officeat I ..
20 cent per 100. ..
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Splendid. Program of th. Dakota, Man Draws a Most' ",

-., Offered forSaturdaji Interesting Comparison. .. :
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t The next 'number on "th. There's nothing; quite like cero wea : ,,4, "e .S
Course will be a program*by. to turn attention to Florida, The !

PERT PARAGRAPHs. liam Calvin Chilton, monod King 1s, the beat advertising J ,

will| appear at tbe'Blab th., tate ha. 'The writer of the
11 'I t&'.GOOi,4efha1u-ot./fee0n man la ( lum next Saturday night Jan: ; letter seems to have''reached
.. th1l:,'l'h. maD wbo:In cold blood ''
Chilton is the : lame .conclusion', that many other '

,points ileet out.-the Inconslstendea. :: In yourstory. lyceum, platform:among,. and people have reached-that (' .' \ ,''" I << >,

_. / be congratulated'on having ,.. la ne use enduring; the bitter : : , ; +

Aa 'eastern war U'pretty:neardy'aimach legs of bearing ber, She is climate when there Is a fairer \ J ;! .t 5d lr

.i .an event, In'",newspaper.,drclea woman,"and her readings"all .,-. with richer soil and brighter i : :
'.as a carnival to 14 a'small town piquant Southern touch. cta,,where the. whole winter. is si : ; } I
;-, afford not to bear this I mn e 'time. If Mr. Coon'or any ,
.4\ .A The'man who gives his,wife'an the. gram., What others think'' el. will'give the advantages and ;; i : :. '

'money be :wins at poke.U too good to Chilton U, shown by the, 'actlon. of 'sun-kissed Kisslmmee ,
.be true. ping' : its surrounding territory a,fair and : [. (' I'.'. ,:', r
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"Mrs. William Calvin examination we have little'fear" ':i , ''f
Destiny'to apt to abide with the man { {i.. ti f
tamed' audience : he rwlll 'want-to settle anywhere" '
a'large ,, ;
,,who baa ai> strong,arm.aikd a; amall : ; ,;,
. In Florida. Here Is his Jet- ,
: boo.e last 'night itbeing. ; even t ; .
lyceum event of the season. : )" I ..
eom. people are eo constitute* that that Mrs. Cbilton,Is a Sioux Falls, 8. D., Jan. 10,- 1912.I' 1 : ,;0 -- ,. I" ,
tbe7:;can't' ...'happy area. whenthey, tamer it la. only necessary to Kiseimrnee Valley Gazette: 0; :,, ; ,. '
1' a.-: ., she is a typical Southern Dear Sir-Enclosed find 25 cents for {:\ l ,
.- tiful In' person, ,attractive please send me as soon tas possU ; !\ 'c,, ,"I 1. ","
4t'roa'caa'glre' ev pretty good,''guest as'' and with voice whose .,-a copy of your'aguh2e' Edition;' ( ..i ..

,(49 the kind of woman she to by aotio-o' like music Being of ,per ad. in the" Gazette. J am a '." '/1
(Ir!.....'wbeth.esb..p.nd.ztb.'gfgr.her'. : she thoroughly understands reader of, the -Gasettev just rem ; T
'rich uncle sent .b.r for new sirs.. to \
elates the negro, and ,her a copy'this morning, and in read ,
get a set of books for, bar'busbe&d orfor ,
".;. tions were perfect when it considered the contrast 'between "
kitchen. cabinet 'i '
< the negro' dialect in the and there; as I was av. visitor to I ): : ( !

.Tb.womsntwtth'a; drug store comtedon stories by Southern writers. city :'last month I can realize the .\ .

i alwaya look ready made., criminates carefully in the I expect in the'near future I ; i '
the difference, between the make my home In the South, and un- I : .

:When a man wants to get; even witha the states,'and her 1 find something better, KIssimmee i : u

neighbor It la bard to decide between Virginia story was perfect. me. j, i_
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a bun pap and chickens.. News."THEJHIEF". Our temperature for the past ten .
nooga ( .i
---- bar ranged from 4 to 80 below, rf "
" It takes a sweet tempered woman'to any let up. ' :' r ;:
J cheerfully glue her new cake recipe to Awaiting the copy of the magazine, ( ::,
all her friends I am. Sincerely yours, 1 or..., .' \\I' -'It,'
N. N. COON.DR.'SNREYE .i'I ; : . , ; ,

Cheerful Autumn.' Strong Play, Capably II r '.. ., ,. ", t
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Whoever started this hers thing > "
About Uie melancholjr day., Monday Night. VETERINARY ; .' ',
When It has taken wine tjo
'0" seems with : ,
"The Thief, a SURGEON
* And flown off In th. autumn haae 'j I ;.:
Has chased" Itself la forty way.' pany, was played to a from Clark., S. Dak.: is : (
Until the ... air U blue I '
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....gloom !It* mournful sags displays* audience Monday night at located here tor practice. : '; -:. ;; :
All I can cay ... It ain't true.There jIouM. The play, which v'A,\ FrcBttly Attested te Day er Kits' i ..' > f'

ain't no season quite mo swell French, I. a gripping story I Office over Mach Bros Livery Barn : :'i
A* autumn whir ..'. 'MUD" good.Wb.n tic tragedy growing out of 1-lStpd ,.. ...
It; teas -.lta somber span :of woman, limited in '
Wen tb.'meattow and the wood. .
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The' _. wears Its crimson hood. : sources please : : ,, .
The river murmurs low and clear.As tarn his love through the . ')-
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If In word. halt understoodIt < ', ..
clothes.It ,
good '10
sans a song of berreet oh_. Begjn the New Year right \,. 1 f r. ,
i Is not the type of ,;
nuts can by trading with l .
For there are hickory that greatly enjoyed by the / .
And apples to be leathered In ,
ence, but to those who do . : ,
And other treasures of the fall : ,
To Oil the basket and the bin. thinking in the theater, its C. I kW. GRIFFINwho 'i\ ., S . .,:I
Afar the thrasher's muffled din '
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fect construction and its :
Is sanding forth a hymn of praise. \ ,; f i-4( :
Ton must admit It Is a sla ment of a most keeps first-class groceries! ,,)
To call these melancholy da,.. .. cannot fail to-appeaL The fresh meat and fruits. L_ ,' k '' ,\\'. .

No. peace and plenty ' sisting of six people, was I I;
should not Joy ens It at tend T capable. The character of : [DELIVERY ANY HOUR'I I *J
Is at hand : ;
oF'"or., to. the playtime ; I I Ii '
,The' season's work Is at as end. erring wife, with'her Ii North KTssimmee. Phone 8. : ,'
Would It be rlsrht snob days, my friend and her quick intuition i I
To call the.saddest of the year?
Not on your Untyo contend. way out ofthe tangled maze ....,.
This la the season of rood ch_. stances when the sterner 1 .

husband failed, was
W.II Trained. 1I I
"Why are baldbeaaad men .a; sustained. i I
marker"Ar. The company waa
their lack? of scenic investiture, Van Camp'sBLUE l : : ,"' ,

"Surest' thing yon know"r being too small to LABEL t
"Why scenery carried with 'the I ,
"Get their training by. using hair restorers pita of-this they did not :Tomato Ketchup I It. / :, :" ,
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acting of, as great ; "' I .' ', ,
"Dear me Julia, bow. perfectly under the Pure. Food law'Two ( : : '\ : ; : : \ ",+ " .
to be seen here, and U is I \ ::/ '
charming you look thla morning I Ij (" ; .
"Thanka." that more of bur people sizes, .16 and .25
"The Thief.-J. D. K. \
"Tou dmrt' seem very .enthusiastic I j n
about If Dibble & Son 't,
"I lookedHn the mirror before I camssut" Truth About an "
__" of Hard Richardson.,', secret Both It seems are Broadway .

Working Dewn. anatomists the feminine
"I heard you strike Jones for f 10." each In his youth wrote i \I.

1 "But he didn't let me hare It." ters of many humble and "
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"Ton knew be wouldn't young women. LJterary .1
"Sure; but I got a dime that I would history, repeats Itself. \ " n
not bare got If I had begun that low." script "rTOILET 1.


Rivalries. We can supply ;you for Immediate shipment ,

HIS Only H...*, "Why do so' many POTATOES, BEANS GARDEN AND FIELD PEAS an everyday necessity. Jaturally ypu' ': 4 ,

"What does be disparagingly of Most complete line!of Poultry Supplies Garden want the BEST, and you'll always finds ,-
enjoy mostf mechanically T" "I don't and Field Seeds in Florida. them at the "
*.'HU land plied the gentleman with WRIT ILLUSTRATED' CATALOGUE .

lady."la" she really be hair.more"But generous I don't toward see why a Iluse Tllliidest I. lilt StI"Iee. .E. A, MARTIN & COMPANY JACMIOof uL'iii.L14t OSCEOLA PHARMACY J!tpt'e''

Instrument iban we are /
so flaer"y other," r1 $
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Brutal Negro Murderer- Pays, Penalty Inadequate System'of' i rA/ IaAms'Sends'* '' Miss Aultman and CarsoQ Host-, They Say Do Not but Man Certainly duet Attract What They. . 4 ( MMB B 1 MMMBM* .:, I' ,

r of .His Crime., -. .flrem on Wild,.Goose.. Chase4 fci its at Delightful Affair Attention Advertisements inserted"under this head at the rat of 5 Ceat '1 I :;
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''f'' The convicted negro murderer, 'Ed "For' goodness sake, don't': come inhere ,An her: ot the charming social given '"'TeethextFacted: while'_ you wait" per line each insertion.. 'j!;.

1 t. Broome alias Jim Rose-was hanged 'on" ) with' that hose. We hah 't fire by he"A, W. L. at' the Chapter I* the rather superfluous announcement --- f< ,, eleven o'clock In the court enough now to- keep"|w rrnJ't/ This la House took place Tuesday night the a'dentist; while anotheradvertiser F01tBALE TWO very desirable resident lota- -,

bouse square.. During the, month for said to have been the frenzied exclama- bQt4is a being MI..Aultman and HI48Cal'8O ':'appeals to l ladles In this 'set Carson addition each 50x184 fs!t: ',
Kissfcrmaee In of the ductlv manner: "Ladles having old There are 16 bearing-orange tree .. 1 "
which he was reprieved Broom. was tion of a woman .North spite unpleasant feathers caD. be .redyed"and made FOR SALE-573 acres of land on Lakes these lots, under good new .leu ),
apparently Indifferent to the possibility when the tire company, ta respoase to w.ath some fifty peaple enjoyed. equal to Tohopekaliga and Russell. E. 3, located close to/the lake. $8b0 c

of death: and seemed confident that the an alarm Tuesday morning*,,ried to .rti even at the cozy club bou Two ne"Equally'are'"' the following open to misconstruction 'notices - .Brown, Kisaimmee, Fla. 48-tf,_ takes th*. (two: See JL. Da'Bresk,

same persons who had secured his re* ter her home. The whole experience: contee calculated 'to teat'the mental ;. "All this window 60e FOR SALE-Twelve and &: Co.'U 81-U ;1 '

prieve would be able fl'n.lIy'to save his of the companies 1uesdsywould We gllit of the participants, had been per pair. These won't last long at grapefruit grove, about acre orange three miles FOR SALE-Second-band' nt. 18xa

) life. When Sheriff Prevatt shewed him' been ridiculously funny if Ithad pt' arran d, .In the first of these, Mre.A. .the price."' "Dine here once and from Kissimmee, on railroad. Will feet. Apply to W. B..M.akinson. cQ "',

i .. the decision of the board of pardons the been suggestive of such serious poll-, N. toss proved to be belt you'll never dine anywhere else;" and .sell at a bargain. Address W. H. 2-2t r

t I, negro broke out into cursing and the ble results By'the very unsatisfac cy "teJI eons when the bag'e open-," and "A competent person wanted to undertake Arnold Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf -" ,

Nr fiercest denunciation of those who had system of fire alarms one hose compaywas reeei d flat pk-Ize. Mrs A.. S. Hearn the sale of. a new medicine MRS. SUMMERS has thirty acres with 3IISCELLANEOUSWADE '

' : anything to do with his cunvlctlon. Later sent scurrying,; down Mabbete took second prize For the best originatli l. that undertaker.will prove" highly lucrative to the a small grove for $500. 3-tf the tuner. Orlando - ":;

p in the day he seemed to become street, a mile from the actual scene' f erick Jdr. J. D. Kuykendall received _' I
; I. 1 r mon 'serious. Sheriff Prevail began the blaze. This company never diiji f- the prize. and Miss Miller took But perhaps the best of these ambiguous FOR SALE-rTwo yoke well broken ox WANTED-The sweetest thing out for: \
Inat second honor the Is that of aJapanese'laundry en. J. W. Miller. 46-tfFOR' your girU-Fuller Greeme CandyL 'I
reconstruct the of action. ei Djiring evening : -
afternoon the rive at scene
.J , on Wednesday which runs thus: fresh from factory. |Cisslmme '
t which the I after Iheir'.sprint along Mabbette stilt musical numbers were given by Miss 1 Drugs
tion of the gallows on negro "Contrary to our\ opposite company Company 83-tf !
SALE-Fine ,
'... :\ number of and panting back? Thomason, Miss Derbyshire and the most collection of differ- )
" was hanged and the usual they came puffing we will cleanly) and carefully' ent designs alUkinds of embroidered <
:' witnesses were Invited. The execution the fire house The other company'/-, Misses Harris.Mlssea cheap prices as follows: Ladles $2 dresses and waists in silk and wool FORfre-shfillhJ Market No. the Rull'Bass

'. '....., passed, off without a hitch. rived .at 'the fire, after a rather extr Aultman and Carson proved per 100; gentlemen, $1.60per 100. direct from my factory In Switzerlandand __ 18-tf_ ,yI,
I The decision of the governor and the rive exploring: expedition. In the meg themselves most delightful hostesses, After these one reads without i sell them at factory prices. These GET H. N. BRATTON hquorE
being alert all shock such notices as the goods were placed on sale December artesian wells. a 43-tf.\
at times to following:
board of pardons was received by Sher- time the fire, which was a diminuti) prevent any!
22 Porter -
Under at & Son's store. -
1 a pair of hob-nailed boots- grocery
,i iff Prevatt and was contained In the following conflagration that did practically)) i i dull moments. "Unwearable. $3 Albert Bossart, near Shingle Creek FOR dressed poultry; phonethe Rull J ,
In the window of
' extinguished.With ; a Station Guice 52-t!. Bass Market, No. 189. 'l -tf
been formerly
had place.
o t, ) ; communications: damage, small store In Portland-"New milk,'! -
I ''Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 15, 1912. every alarmof fire there coma SHE HUSHED KING EDWARDHow and on a card Immediately underneath FOR SALE-Good- -,- -- --- ---desk--- MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine; at the
new roll-top
: \ "Hon. C. F. Prevatt, Sheriff Osceola renewed argument the immedia) -"our own make. and swivel'' desk chair. Apply to )Ur.;: Rull Bass Market phone 189. l&tf

f x ,County, Kissimmee, Fla. : installation of an adequate fire] alas Alice Nielsen Reproved His MaJ- Winn. 3-tf ,

t }' "lAy Dear Sir-The governor has di- ajplem. The committee to whom'ft ..ty to,' Speaking Whll. She Nice New [Home Cheap.We WOOD$5.75., per Kissimmee strand, Lumber$1.25; five Co.strands

Yected me to send you the attached;; certified task of providing the system has be<| Was Singing.' i FOR SALE-Pony and buggy, the best 29-tf 1
i offer,> for a quick sale, a new 8- in town. Box 382, Kissimmee. 51-tf PYRENE fire\ for
1 copy of the action ot the Board given cannot get at it any too soon extinguisher gasoline
1 of Pardons with reference to-the application the fire of Tuesday morning if tin One evening the duchess of Manchester room house, with hair and two porches, FOR SALE-By owrit' .Z. W.. Bass, fires. Get one for your launch, autoor
" entertained In honor of the located in the west of the 3 Iota, garage; and be safe. Sold by Geo.
of Eddie Broome alias Jim Rose, blaze had gotten beyond the control late Xing Edward. Miss part city. 50x133, makiW 150x133, 3- N. Saunders, agent, Kl llmmee. 37
kt Alice Nielsen Fine well of wafer back 200 room cottage, for $500, $225 cash and
house would haybeen on porch,
the -
of ----
0 tot a commutation "ntence.v the volunteers, the American opera singer was $12 month until for. If
"As the Board of Pardons has denied partially destroyed bet sang. Amongothers feet deep good barn and outbuildings. wish per to.jefl.the..propejrty..phoneJNo paid you.. MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and
S !
the will there. Also a small 3-room cottage on the re rend 73, Kissimmee Fla. |- --.wtll> get-a drink of-the beet -toda .
said application, you proceed 1 companies arrived. WJBS a request for To U'. Property is water made.
r' j with the execution of the death warrant Tuesday night about midnight,' a set "Goodby to Summer: 'then In the of the lot, suitable for rental pur- about one mile southwest from depot. 31-tf

"' t on the 19th inst., in pursuance oft ond alarm of fire was sounded, t&i,first flush of Us great popularity poses. Young shade trees set in frontof four Also have other houses and lots, and ANYONE anywhere can start a mail
'i With the at the lot. This is a bargain for tracts of 40 acres each, cheap, order business at home. No canvass
piano the great
r'i which familY
the order granting reprieve, was time for the home ot q\ negro; six miles ont. 2-tf ing. Be'
flpst stanza went with $1,600 cash. If your own boss. Send for free
issued December 22 1911. street. The house was totally no strange orunu.ual you are looking for a
f k on Bermuda booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144,
; orcurence, but wlifle To U. home, don't fail to this
"Very truly yours, destroyed the blaze being well under'was playing the soft Interlude to the see proposition. Fog SALE-8,700 acres timber lands Lockport, N. Y.
"G. T. WHITFIELD, way before the alarm was given art 4-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. with five miles of lake. A first class
stanza the king turned to one SHIP produce to G.
o your W. Judy &:
"Secretary to the Governor." I the distance c of; the house from the fin"of'' his party with some remark and colony proposition. Also some of the Co., Tampa. Fla. Write them for
One of the most famous names in the best paying orange groves in this '
k y house making it impossible to reach ,,1 I pile:,, sonorous bass sounded out sharply history of the American stage has been part of the state farm lands and stencil. 49-tf_

'x Tallahassee, Fla., January 13, 1912. with any promptness. No fire plug ithrough\ the room against the soft added to the cast The city property. C. Buckels. 2-tt FOUNDA lady's hand purse contain-
supporting Ly-
The Board of Pardons met in the could be. located, and the chemical en,karp-Ilke chords of the piano. ing n sum of money and jewelry was
man Twins in their
-. executive officeall members being gins bore the entire brunt of the bal With exquisite daring. Miss Nellsen new musical play, FORSALEInKispimmeel'ark,5acreetltrus : found in Waters & Carson's grocery __
present. tie.' All efforts were turned to tbi Choked;; straight at his majesty and beta -"The Speculators, this season-Miss fruit land; $45 per acre. Why store. Owner can procure'same by
n the line:: ''Hush-then an oral"jous Emma Abbott, niece of the famous pay $80? F. S. Cahill. KUsimmee proving properly| and paying for this
The minutes ot the last meeting were saving of the adjoining house. A number : Park.
pause 'tis a voice!" By this singer of that name. Miss Abbott has 1-4tp notice. 1-tf
and of citizens at this fl '
read approved. prominent
'j t 'ime/ the royal listener was all alienJlon been secured from the operatic and
I Eddie Broome alias Jim Rose-An application were heard to express the opinion than _' and FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN -20-aere BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream, best in
was presented for the commutation automobile fire equipment would b'',< eyes dancing straight with Into a pair concert field for which she studiednine farm, 6 acres under cultivation, new town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 31-tf .
Ill-suppressed ; years abroad this being her first 6-room house, 1 shed and chicken
of the sentence to suffer the pen- the most economical and satisfactory iIt .,.errlment. There was a moment of ''ven'ture in the lighter work of musical coops;; farm implements bone mill, WANTEU-A1I around cook white

alty of death imposed upon Eddie Broome is becoming; evident that something I ispenae when the king saved the etc., bearing fruit trees; 2 miles from woman-for boarding house. Address

I alias Jim Rose, by the circuit court of of this kind is necessary in order; t.I jfcke by starting the laugh.In which comedy.AN courthouse, North Bermuda'ave. Old Lock Box 63, St. Cloud, Fla.

Osceola county at the fall term, 1911, protect the rapidly widening limits..b jf.te company joined. The royal',guest intelligent earn IoO age and sickness reason for selling. 4-lt I
person may A. Ordas. ,
JK k his 1-tf
, + 'upon a conviction for murder;:in the the city .'' > gentle reprimand with trueMllantry. I monthlycorresponding for new papen. Don't forget that the price of a want
first degree. 'j -Joe Mitchell C apple In J No canvassing. Send for par FOR EXCHAMGE Good residence ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheapest
WI. Servant.A imtlonal Magazine. I th lan. Press Syndicate, B 2245 in Endeavor investment you ever made.
f' \ The evidence which was taken at the woman In Trenton N. J., who has Lockport. N.Y. property Wisconsin, and

.. trial of this ease, was read. A number been having a lot of trouble with ber Goods and GoocH."U I fine Kissimmee farming residence land in South property.Dakota Inquire for- "-4 {

,'V' of letters which had been received relative domestic help, was obliged recently to the' approach of the angel with of Mr. Coon at J. W. Lilly's FOil KENT )

l, to this application Were also read. \ accept the,temporary service of a raw[",h flaming sword Adam bent residence. 51-41

,- After careful consideration, it wasunanimously recruit In' the shape ot an Irish girl. its a glance of profound consternan. upon FLORISTCut DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.TlIFOR
the said Just landed In this country WE-Have listed some of the most desirable ler.
decided that application .
After a preliminary., survey of the property on the market, both ti
for commutation of sentence We are caught" be exclaimed, city and which we offer at RENT-A furnished \
l girl and a dejected sigh the Flowers and Floral Designs nicely large
, t should be denied and it was so ordered. asked: 'th the goods onr"! the lowest prices to be obtained. room, with privilege of kitchen for
' Nol dry goods, at all ."ent.r"! for all occasions. There is no padding of 1
-. 1 The board then adjourned. "What can you doT"t &'laIII prices by us, light housekeeping In a beautiful
4 A true copy: "Shure, most anything at all, mum? the' first mother nervously a* Potted Plants and Roses a every piece of property sold at exact place, with an elderly lady who desires
S the tin a consciousness that It was too specialty. Write placed on it by the owner. company. Price very cheap.
G. T. WHITFIELD. responded newcomer /$
us requirements and
'' your we Nelson Realty Co,
for bon mothowever Kissimmee Fla
Mi a'
:f Secretary Board of Pardons. The lady of the house glanced about clever, Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALD WELLJUST will do our best to please you by 60-tt
the situation.-
a'r,4(:;:\':' ,---- the 'room. There was everything I to i iav Puck. showing just the kind of property you I 5
( .
be done. "Could fill) the desire H, M. Breaker & Co. 4tf.FOURacre '
you ., . ', '
'1 ROle was lamps ,
V died
,. tf,tThe erims for which she finally ventured to ask. Wild Birds Wanted.
.'"Ji. the: cold blooded and unprovoked murder "Shure, L kin fill the lamps!!" exclaimed ' orange and grapefruit 1
Wanted.wild: turkeys'and'all kind.
'of another negro, Sam Boatwright at a I the ..enthusiastic Celt, as she: grove with 250 bearing trees, of waterfowl Write when
WORD five acres muck and ten acres pine you haveany
lumber camp near St. Cloud. November grabbed one and started out. Then; | A B land in cultivation, thirty and one- staling species, condition and price. t
of Boat with the air of one wishing above all The Whealton Game
<' 24, 1910. Following the slaying I I half acres unimproved land fiveroombox Chincoteage Island
i wright Rose escaped but was later cap 'I things to suit the possible caprices of'Ja house, good barn and well. The I Va. 3-tf

tured at Homestead on the East Coast I new employer she paused to query;' 40 dozen spring goods have just arrived. improved\ land all under good fence.
: "An' Is It gasor oil ye'd be wanUa"thtm } This property on the north side of
.S and brought back to this city by Sheriff filled with?" We are too busy this week to say more East Lake, four miles from Narcoossee for Sale. t

Prevatt., I nine miles from Kissimmee,
% -: will tell all about them later. Bids will be received until Satur- I
Price up
Recognizing that he had the custody yolk $4,500, $2,500 cash, balance one
H, 'M. Breaker & Co. day, Jan. 20, 1912, for the purchase of
! of a desperate man who knew he must Forewarned. year. the iron fence which surrounds the !

i die and was willing to take any chance "Tour father tells me," said the L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting Court House yard. _
E. L.
4 S to escape, Sheriff Prevatt had Rose removed earl "that he Intends to'leave all his L of a half block located in the best Chairman Board of LESLEY
a to the Volusia county jail where money to charity." "Oh. don't let neighborhood in the citv. Will sell lOners. County Com mi.

be waa held until the time for the trial, that worry you at all," replied the only to party who will improve it to 3-2t
correspond with surrounding
beautiful heiress. "I'm sure he doesn't prop-
local that
i '- the equipment of the jail at Full
erty. particulars and price
time not being,; sufficient to insure his mean It. He told me last night that interested party. H. M. Breaker to Horses and Mules.St. r

1' safekeeping. he was going to try to find out whether &. Co. 31-tf
Rose was convicted at the l last term you really loved me for myself Paul, Neb., Jan. 4, 1912.

of the circuit court. The evidence alone." CUSTOM TAILORINGthat FOR SALE-Five Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee,
showed that he was a particularly brutal _ good paying orange Fla. :
4'r' groves and a 20-acre truck farm, 3 i
murderer. He was sentenced to Dear
isabsolutelyrifihtin- style fit, and price. You acres irrigated with Skinner Sir-Please put notice In your
Price. Architecturally Speaking. system.
bang by Judge I Also paper that I will be in Kissimmee Jan.
S This was the first execution ever held "I 1 am the architect of my own fortune can buy "ready-mades" of course, but they're not feet complete sawmill capacity 10,000 20 1912, with a carload of good

-- in this -county a negro who was seni I ," said Mr. Dustin Stax. "Well," made for >'0tf' and they show it. Soring samples now five good per, log Will carts sell, wagons at and horses and mules, all "well broken young to j
tenced to hang some time ago having Holden Howes, "by being -S bargain work and saddle. Yours r
p i replied arriving. Come in and see them. 1 prices. Investigate. C. Buckels. Kis truly,
received commutation of sentence. i'I
a liable to W. J.
u1 I your own architect you're simmee, Fla. 40-tf McC ACKEN.
The was erected at the north
gallows get some curious effects, but you do D. W. TRUMPELLER -- -- --, ---- -
side of the court house. A screen wasbuilt FOR SALE bR
save a lot of money on plane and speclflcatlona" and
s about the grim structure to shield Willson's Real Estate Office Building
I lot in Taft; House 20x30 lathed, CLEVER ESCAPE OF
. the view of the reaidents. CONVICT ,'
it from nearby I plastered and paP eyed, five rooms and I
t two porches. D. A. Prendergast
Prisoner In the
{ '-- Taft Fla. 4-2t Daringly
Gains His Freedom and Astonishes
.,," .. s: 'i I -, FOR SALE AT BARGAIN-Five acre All Pa..'..
1 = t't f'g.. ,... farm less than two miles from
4 ilj ML -a : Taft,
r .- .. Q... .- .. railway center on A. C. L: railroad A prisoner sentenced the
: : other
:!: iJ '" ' ; day
. to J11 f .: ..:si ,JJ 'G >-oog ::8S fine trucking land. Address Call Box at the Seln Aaslses to eight Years'

.'. '. ..... GI= 0 ,Q )l .a ..e;:: :i J a 'C( a; 4 .... Lit 11if;! :::J JC 53, Taft, Orange county Fla. 4-lt penal eerv' ude made a sensational
J . r-. escape from ''
.' 8 .3 ..2:5:1: : :: 1 c.43 !!:/ I l .a : : MRS. SUMMERS Lakeview Collage this the Conclergerle early
,: U e .. morning.When the cell. .
.t? a OS" ; .!! t = has furnished rooms to rent. Board well .
,. N d :Y : y j = t i tWi" a t optional. 4-tf opened about 7, and the prisoner* 1 t\ '..'
.. gi rl ta: !! 1 r8 E emerged for exercise Romeuf came
BE YOU tt OWM out with the
LANDiOK. rest
Why Taking
I I advantage
--'1 j t Y I ? ; pet r* \ i r you cn own a i p, i of the wardar's back oelng turned

.J ll i hUI; ih I U t-il! : i ; ii of mOle yourown than tent by? pH I ,ing a\ ..'ut i sale!Ii.! ''e a let moment him he got a fellow prisoner for to

;; 0 -"pill'I a..] ; : Sl .! .J ::3rt G cS I ]JI : fine home of nine rOOm adelln then, with mount marvelous on his shoulders b and
;tT g 11 t ;i ] : .. : < I Is water, outbuilding: 'tJI' ken yard aged to agility man
Q N eu r etc. Lot 150x200.( bearing reach the top of the wall,

iU; : Hlr ;! J 'q m? .lNBa, ] 1 ; lii.1$ ::: [1 i g Abstract trees, 7 peach given and to title 2 mulberry; $1.000 trees cash this nearly garnished twenty feet with high.a "cbevaux The top d-of .1 _,

.. Y !e 'i 8 i :I 0 fs S ; e ::3: == terms on remainder at 8 per cent interest Mee"Jb'I' Romeo who Is a plumber' :":.
I ] WS* Wj :; ti&illiilii Ask} Mrs. Summers the by trade, -thought nothing rat getting \" 10

."i' {:\" :: -f-o'H: ; ; t'iJ )3.' a8J'i i j amount of remainder. 4-tf over It. By smashing a window, ph* '

: 1:1 4jj IIL"I"21F1IJ{ "tQiiSf niii LICHTWQOD JSTS-A. E. made his way into a corridor. 7 and.-
.1, ; ,.- 'K&lltsite' Drought,;
t : thence
. : !!! lil; U .: : fJ g St. Cloud. 4-tf Into the Palais- 4., Justice.;
: ::: ., : .il C .. : 1" OS tt .. .. u.. which adjoins the .Conclergsrl.1! :,, and
'k <' : .I "AnI &&$ ililNSSal- J S&a5SIS FOR SALE-Three residences In a minute he was
". ... J t .l+" Its"M I -: "RO: m-- r' 'M. ; !, One inn a man The ..
I "s 'fi'iZ6' '':;;! '' yViltkMi-$600; one in'Lilly's utmost astonishmentlsexpre 'J ".."

ft.- '. ""-C !\ '" ,, ..... o a1J1t'e: !lCS: 1 ,I c- s : ; j .. 311 addition $1.500-one in' B...' addi any one. escaping from the Concierge st

.:: '" \ 8 e .. !.'S'.S e :i 8 ... I" JI oJ.-;" "'" fJ.ISr tion. $2,500. Raters &" Carson Geetry erl*, It Is famous a.' the prison where
Company. Ifarle

: ,, ,ane >n a3 $ i'llii i Is.I ji jl L ilislili !: Iota 'on which J located a the Illustrious Antoinette prisoner and 'many-other of the Reign
of Terror'
tG ra: Et nice new flve room cottaa'fin.; view were. 'Imprisoned before*>' 'r
of.the lake,cool breezes.* 'Thia property lag led to the scaffold Iu. ... .
: ;F -' Y'. :$,,.t'T.; ) Yti: )' ,ii Q"'B .t e 1 w r! = ; .: la,located'' close to the proposed cent times Prince 'Napoleon.more-t. IMS-
\ : 1 : ,.; ; 'I''Ir't 1'1'M< : electric ', ,
; rlZ i'Z.'t .. 'ie !g. line.-on-high level lots. A and the Doe r* .
i J 3q4 r' <
.. .,lt90were
.1. .. .. .Slj ,, 'is' bargain at 1600. ,;Let us show ,
. '''_ j'i you detained .wlttln.
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>: t" -' : -- $ i N', w, : this,property*, ILM.; Breaker Co. i oorv t. !. n
, : - respondent. London' .
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