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Place of Publication: Arcadia Fla
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NEWS NOTES FROM AVON PARK BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
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VOLUME VI. ARCADIA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 12,1903. NUMBER 37. ,
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N To ha onhand 2(A1NEWS NOTES OF OWENS
NOCAkTEE SPECIAL FUND.
To bal from last. month 2S4 15'
L To amt from Ry S3 304
To amt from telegraph 1 50 INTERESTING GOSSIP 'F.R(W-
Balance 36pr5 PROSPEROUS COMMU NIT*;".
Es M. R. F. GIDuDE.6 sec'y .
C A AAN ALMOST FATAL ACCIDENT.
%Names and Grade of -the Successful Alp- -
plicants to Teach in Public school.
Mr. J.-Hodgson Has a Very Narrow Es-
of Tile grading committee appointed d by .-- Cn.,
r_ M In I_ stut.i_. t cape.-Telephone Connection. ;-Jrl-
r the Board of Public Instruct ion to < i *A
if ly" picnic Partlese--i'ers~oi~Ut
grade the examination papers of ap- mention.
plicants to teach in thee public schools,
S con | ,le- ,d tlhteir la ,o rs T h u rsd ay a fter- ,q
,o,-,n1. Thle result shows. that of th,=1 Owens. June 9.-The social 't*'e at
g fifty applicants who entered, .3.5 kC:. ure the home ,:of Mrs. M. F. Laii,:-. friday \
n F certificates to teach, 1:2 failed, and eveiin^, was very much e joyd'L'y all
)r tree d, ,, ro ped o1: .t ,o tue t,1 t. Of presentt.
tk.e' 35 Qiice(s.sftI1l applicants. six se- F ir lpro-tsperous community expects
' curtd first grade certificatt:I, twelve to, hava a telephone servlcev..sooln:as the
t seorid vrade uand seventeen tliird p.0 ts are no1w being laid out. t.o 'I.-_J.
a grade. Th,. follow,\ 'ing are tile suc'e,-;w s- H ,ard'e gr,-e. ',_
n ful at-,lleants?: ^uite aI)olly cro'wd'pent Saturday; -,L
First (.rad .--Ella B,- .n, Harriet at PB, (;,n Like p.enicig. Mr. Toni / ._
a- H I- steel M ae P ea rc.;, H ,enry : : i I ,y ( ', .- ,: i l 1 i i r r ~a n e e: a r ,d C l . \ l a ; ,ts ]p y :, f i ce ,- f r ,- ; lh fi s h f r d n i ,n ,- r "
e urt'ara^ 'Messr 5ch'-ueen and Carte. a-re
S e,:,_,h,.l .r,.le.--E,:I a,d ',.:.u la s, pl.,aiting M r. Heard'. new barm ;
d Z-lla Murpliry, M-ddiA-\droii, Etl itlvitati,,ns are out, for a cobw,-hanI
l ',Ir raT ,c ,:. L ,:,. :! l l,p. 'i, T h .:,m a s El :,,. k ^ .y
alpr,,n l.arty to !ie git-n at the lu" eo- f
h ,urn. J-. F. ',Iur ,Chry.o.r,:el, ,rd,:ell. L. C' Di hong Friday et.v.ning .
d Ti.-hij,.- C.\trit,:,n lila M,-rrii t ]-. \\- in^, 1-'th
d0D Li-L A _. _C3
-HI-i.M, t un ud 5 Altman. 1r. J. HndMe, fh irrigatinI man-
Thimrd -rad,.--fa, i,-rehm. Adna _,- O 1i Fortleade, came .aiiie near
B-at,= Lucy M -,sr h. l., .ki, _r, M rs. '" "
M. L. Pa .,.-" Laura L,-wi. M atd ile-at w,,ork on Mr. H. L.-L I I .o d's ,
Bla,.-, l.U n ( l,,c1 .r Parker, -NH irri,atinglplant. neofthee, r 1 ame
l,,.urrant.,. Lata Laa ti,,.,r. L- Ctta arl- arIund l-,e tdl, littig him n I wi-h
t.u. 1R L. Hart. ( l ,ah: W hidd.-1. Ned fl f,-l e., and knoel.i, out. Witr'l of' ....
,u,_.i-rai,.-e, .:,ra Kabrichi, V i his t,_.etl,, and l 1,-avin 1i his face Vw.ollea ".
W~iliams and Blh ,,l.~e. Perry. and it..rf-.ctly black.
:, FORT OGIDE N. M.r. Tom lisl-oug is! now prv-,:} ngto
1,___ f .- h ,-,w t lI e i r l-k a o. o d t im t. h e l i n v i n g
i ..I.4'. Carl- 3hvi.,s L.t >rge,-; tore ;uihling. ]:)otllht a hotS ald l.lgp ^ .
;) l'cr-onal Note,. Mr. AV. Worley i? ha\in. a' ri-
crd n. r h uis o r.t
F, i I, t "-' iI, I .T ne. I1.- T I, II1' -n are dentre eeeted.,i,_ar ri -'t' t
i at \>-,rk r,-'w ii,\ir', the:. alr'," two- ki,[Js i Ainiie.and Elleil I-,HoIm'pr,. of
s-try ,.,r,-. I_,ui _.,- A f M r. J. ,11. Carr'l% Arcadia, lhave Ieen visiting at tile Di!s-
from old --, ov,-r i:-air tI,-" d, lt, l,,nt 1 -01Y10. ].,Ut have returned home.
w lhre h Ixpe,--ts to p lt in an extra a .MIs Leihia l Curry. w ihq lia'F' beea
larlj,e, ttov.lk of :g ,,_,d of all kind. -;l:,ininn'.- a ft\w % \c, .ks with ss Ian-
11. H. Cowart lias lurchaed tin- two itl, ret-l.rited to ler liome a &L.hj- rbor
tore lrou.es 1 tW i. Fugae f,.,r 4-$ '). View Frida '.,-!Iht. .
("A.,1. J. H. 1-tane,-,kl mad,-- a fl ing Mr. Hoen' ;- h,-,n, g '. of-1I',td', 'e- ''
trip t,-, Arcadia yes-terday. turn,-d to1his homll Moi.iday aftrnmo ,' ,'-
Misses L,-acy a ld J_-t-'on Car n.- after a sh,,'t i-it t.o r-la ,'.tw a-.h rc.'.
turned Frt'day morning tfr.>m Suther- MIssr. W. AV Welles a(i .,vi ?,Ic- "
) land, w\ihre thvy linve !been attending :'ullers Were i Owens Monday Ill
) s c i o o l ,. .' ;0 '3 1
N. E.,'Kee, le ,: for Punta G,:,rda Mr..and Mr.*.-'_ r,aris.a., ugh414,44..
SMonday. where ie-'- lias, a pos;itk1 as' ter. Misks Ainhue Ha~c: le'fk MY)nday '"
bo^, earpettr.h he a luaI,' rlando, where they w =4illsd the" "
State Baptist 'Yotillg Pec ptv,..,Tnioa
Promologkical and Niir-ser.v Exhibit*. .-w Y g_,
The Fruit. CG rowers, and I--It)rtictLiu .- ,_ll .etlltg, wlieih 'colivenes_ the.r< this
ra S'e _k.'''*
ral So ie~ ties botli state and local are \tee( .' -
taking great interest in t-e plans that Mr. and'Mrs. S. L. Hanec A7'^Ybor
are being made for the fruit exhi'.it, in City, are visiting Mrs. lmit.l-- ^-: -.
tile Ihorticulture building. The fact q,,.
that tlhre is to: be practically, twice as MAU D. ',..
much space devoted to this exhibit t at -, '' 41V
St. Louis as tliere has ,.ie at ant .9 Good Rains and(! Sweet Potat .0 iting. P
former exposition. is encouraging news ,. Pe.oal mention.
to tlhem. Maud, JUnD 11.-The rain is1 no)w
Many inquiries from imiJiduiO, falling almost. every -day, and the
fruit growers and 'local HortiejAtural6- .a.n..is".'
'growers 'w, I .,e6commenced "h.t-l antl
;''oeieties~concerning space for ,a frfiit. '-e p "tatb
exhibit hay,a:, ben i r'eeied by tlie ". k. j'Fl.a-rt retUriled ho .1.from
DIepartment of Hortculture. aud, ii'tl,. 1 examination Mnday
sfems tliat a general statement of the ad madeMaud :, pleasant visit. '
meth,_,d ot souring space is of interest. '.. Wad Wingate of Zolfo; as. i
Tlhe space will be secured by an otti- M~aud last Saturday, returning' hoin -
c~er re-presentil'g tlhe sta'tee, co m ission ri<- o -. '* t
... -- r ". o lItld y: j ru '.
of each s-tate'.and .'all.. etxhibits :-.{ .ih's Aj-'^ .,' ot'-l~f e_ or'nge 'eas l 'o _
character willbe. under the manage- vicinity are begiunilg to'bloo,. "
meat o:f the state- conmr^^,[.~s un[.e. ... .....Jc ilasha omite '. *'
there should be a state that. doe.s-not, tl^ re sidence of Mr W ingate. H e *..
have a commission in which case, some has gone to.,r.,hotia settlement, where,
othur arrangements w\il he m de. ex )(c to Hn- ,m l- -- ^ ."
Fruit growers in making au ex'r.-n il '-Mr,'.: "",'7 -,;,....K iT r r .-'n,.' '* --'
of f'ruits are assured that they will not pase t^ro g^ Mau thi wek o
l,:s, their id.entity Iby an arrangement hiswa to,:vont Park. ., *
of tluski,nd ..f,tr ., .,'ll,,l., ^zqu e ". \VW .ert n s~au hPlb r to be lpletatiful'. Z .. .
that all eixl~ibi~ts. .b:" lail r arrie .. ,' -**^ *'. .' p ...
shoxw ing tl,,- name of .t'fhe grower arid r.,, / 'f "" "*' "
lcaity wi l -gtlheku .' r uia t ^ a su pfrocl ee .;^i .. '. .. .., -. ", '.7 2 "" i" ffr" .I~, ,- ,! ,I-^ .^ ;^" *-r'.vJ- \Va I 'i.{ .. .* ^ ,;-


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W illiam Tharp ..................
L.L. Morgan......... ....
F. M orqus ;.. :. ......... .. ..
W. S. Davenport ...... .......
14 W. Burton ....... .
*Dr.D. .. Barnett.......
J. A. Hampton ..................
T, J. Lawton ....................
Dr. Ed. Greene ..................
,W F B ritt .......................
J. H McQueen..................
D T. Carlton ....................
Vfillie Langford.................
Dr. D. L. McSwain ..............
J. L Dishong ...................
J. M H endry ................ ...
W E Daniel. ..................
Joseph Hampton.............
CJair A Short... I ...............
E. Higginbotham ...............
L. M Gunn ....... ...... .. ..
J. P U lm er .. ...... ..............
J. W Payne : .... ,.......... .
W. H. G. Smart ......... .. '
Thiom as Gaskins ...... ...........
D L Ivey, .: ............ ...
J. D. Southerland ..............
I. -N Steele .......................
Ed. Cam pbell ....................

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ELECTRIC STORM OF GREAT SEVER-1
ITY VISITS COMMUNITY.

Effort by Wauchula People to Change
Mail Route Orom Zolfo to That
Place--Personal Notes.

Avon Park, June T.O.-An electric
storm of great severity accompanied
by a heavy shower of rain, visited this
section on Monday,night last. Durifig
the storms lightning struck seven pine
trees on the two loits in front of.ihe.
residence of-'the Burke brothers and
'that'ot A.W.. Sargeuf-. The hhock was
quite severe to both families, but for-
tunately no material damage wast (one-.
Reports state that several trees in
other parts of the town were struck but
not in a bunch as were the ones above
mentioned.,I
Editor Goolsby and wife, of Wau-
chula, spent a few days, in town, th'e
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Doolittle 4Dur-.
ing his stay Editor Goolsby" waO quite
actively circulating a petition for the
mail route to be changed-to WaZu,:,T uT.P
instead of Zolfo, but so far as we were
able to learn Avon Parkites were ,' not'
ready to fall into the a, s ofWauchula
even with all those "goo goo" eyes cast
upon us. Yet our~sister town of Wau-.
chula is fast coming to the front as one
of the most progrt.ssive and growing.
towns-in the county. "
- Word has been received here of the
marriage of Miss Carrie B. Mix to Mr.
Charles F.Austin,,of Dorehl'tt-i-,, Mass.
The ceremony was solemnized at the
home of the groom oi, W.,:redt--'iyy,
June 3d. Miss Mix is the da ofliter ,f
Mr.-M. L. Mix, of this town., a ycuiag
lady of, sterling Christian characters,
and her many friends inAvon Piark
will, extend to';',,her their wish,- I'-1:.
the prosperity and ]happlne-s Ih-r lnauy
virtues merit. *
--'\'. S. J. Towns,-:nd. wifeaimI(Id da'ugh-
t,.r, Grace, i-rturnld home Monday
after an abnc i- of six v,eks.
*"' M rs Loti tti- Parh.,-r, Mr. R. D. Hall
and Capt. E. Wod attended church at


FINANCIAL STATEMENir FOR A.PRI
AND MAY PUBLISHED.

S. ]E. Whidden Tenders Resignation a
Trustee of the Arcadia Sthool-Other
Business Transacted.

The Board of Public Instruction o
De Sot'o County, Florida, met in Ar
cadia Wednesday, the third day o
June, 1903. Present. Cyrus Jone., R
E. Whidden and M. F. Gidders, acting
secretary of the Board;
The minutes of the last me:.,:tih
\-:rfie read and approved. A t,tlti,
.was regei'ed from Bowling Gr-:o-n fo
j :.J11 Tax School District, alh
sf.%--ral- petition, s for: sip.ljr,:,tiriation-
Actior.wasdd,&-fe7rred until tin,-, n'.x
,^Meetingon account of not having6
full bu1oard and having the e x a"_ni n ati,_,
of teaher- on hand,
S. E. WALnidden--tendered .hi. r,- i ,a
tion as Tri'rutee -of Arcadia Sie:-.i.il Ta
I'i. tr;i.-t N ,. 1. to the board :,f puibli
ins trtetio,. -It was accepted to tak
"effect as soon as his successor ik- re,-i',,
mended by the patrons and ,ipt.riiil,;
by the board.
The Treasurer's report~was rne-t..i,.
and approved; also'his report f.-,.r tl1-
,previous month was corrected arid a i
,proved.
Aec.jirint;- were audited and th- tf,.]
lowing warrants drawn on th-t Tr',;i;

C E Hendry ;,1 "-2
H 0 Carlton -*
W B Beeson ,
I- H Bethea'
flaisy Whidden 4,1 1

TB Hartig 1:6 '
M F Gidde-ii, al 7.-, (:
I- ,E ,Whidden "2 ,
C'yrus .T.,i',',. l: '* *'"
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SARCADIA TO CELEBRATE

" ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF
CITIZENS6 LAST NIGHT..


322T QUICKLY SUBSCRIBED

Other f bbacrlptlons of Neat Also Made.
CommtUtee Appointed to Arrange /
for the Grand Fourth of- July
C Celebration--Special Train.


At a mass meeting of the business
men and citizens o0 Arcadia held at
the court house Thursday night, it was
unanimously decided to celebrate the
4Fourth of July in Arcadia in glorious
,- s ltyl .,
The meeting was called to order by
Mr. John L. Jones, who upon motion of
Judge T. J. 1,awton, was elected chair-
man of the meeting. Mr. Lesley Dis-'
hong was .elected secretary upon mo-
"s s tion of. Mr. John W.'Burton.
.Thu chairman stated the object of
the meeting to bie to ascertain the sen-
timent of the people in reference to
celebrating the Fourth of July in Ar-
cadi2 this year and to make arrange-
ments for sanie should the citizens
who h'ad asseipblcd favor the celebra-
tion. Upon a vote bcingtaken,thi. house
S.,ot .ed unanimously for the celebration.
Mr. S. J. Carlton made a strong talk
in favor of the celebration. He
., thought the'business men of Arcadia
should be willing to entertain the peo-
ple of the surrounding country at least
one. day in the year, and should not
.' took at it wholly from a financial point
of view. He heartily favored the cele-,
,brKaLoh. Other talks in favor of' the
celebration were made by Judge T. J.
TLawton, AV. E. Daniel, C. C. 0-hollar
and other-.,
S': Upon notion the chairman was in1
** structed 'to' appoint three standing
'i comn,,itiees, wvho Wvill meet, tlils even-
-, ing q; 5 o'clock to appoint the various
,.; *i sub-committees. The chair nouled tlhe
i ', following con tnl tre.es:
t. ". P om.it,,ee on ,Finance.-W. E. Dau-
x. V's, T..T. Lawton. L M'ulbers, F.
. ,..;.'' S. (*Gore; J. G. King, -D.'G, Barnett and
.. ,; Frguij Hays.
.. Culnmmfterf on Entertainment.--.T J:
Heprd, E. A. Thomas, J, NV. Burtoni,
.'- '. R Li, Wlihid u~eIn, T .'f). B ourla ^^ y -^ -
":c (h.l lar and II-orace Carltj^ ""r **
.,,, Commit Lee on A rrang,/.en ,-ohn
,L. Jones, Ed. Scott, E. Smithiv? S. J.
Carlton, T. E^Fielder, ,V. S. ,Pen-
po.t 4nd J. H. Telvington. ,
As soon as tlie sub-committees are
appointed, work will commence at
once to advertise the celebration and
.' to make arrangements for special ]
trains to run into Arcadia from both
: ends of the lirie on the morning of the i
--Fourth. Mr. A. M. Smith, local agent
of the Atlantic Coast Line. \hlio was 1
: present at the meetLng. guaranteed a n
train from Punta Gorda to Arcadia on
... the morningof the Fourth. Ai_ effort. 1
will also be nmadee Ito' have a train from t
Bartow or Lakeland.
i' The committee 6n entertainment i
will arrange a suitable program for the 1
,. amusement 0f the guests, which will be
'- announced later.' An effort will, beI
r ." m ade to arrange a match game of base
... ball 1etween the Punta Gorda team f"
,. and some otche'r team on the Arcadfa \
.. diamond. The Punta Gprda Corne s
*- band will be invited to come up and
\ furnish m u s' e..hfor the occasion. A n-
"v '- other band m-ay :also be ec:ured to
'- \\" assist in playing patrioticeairs'through-
",'\ out tlhe day.
-, The committee on a-rrangeinfnts aire "-
receei,\'i g s uibsc rl pt i oqso'f b' eeves, por I,. '
,... mutton ,a:nd all kinds of t'r,--h meats, .
, "._ .'wh.ieh'',will be barbecued by5 an exp,.,t.
..W.-5..,. at t'^ business, and tlhe biggest .barhe- 1
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:,i.a', nre~eTto dealer r~atriotlc addres.,es.


&^^,^W e'.The aatifes of'the speakers will be a- ,.
.... ".... t- ,' n o q w c e d .1 t. a Tla t e r d a t e .
,I .,-' % ,,-^ n in ~ at i n is e -x te nd e d t ,o e ,',Y er v. g .-
.' ^ "*' ..iA. in1. 0.n 1 o an d adjoilqing eiuit' ,rig c
-.ne t.''. Arcadia, on' Jnly 4th and '.
S1l ik'.'Ol a it.ality pi its, ,:,peo .,.-..
-!A ." . iody 1 itom -, and njoyv theofes- ':,.
:,at, rioism of hy.t n da .
k'S6 'nq -te calledA for,
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ipfl'^^^^B.^-.mie'ing; %Alie] F""w}^MeUi~ae-a
I'9 .edn ,ie it>tie on, finance ias -=
L L V*o"iwr e ,not .prese,-n c atP.-,.

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OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS.


K ing Bros ....................... 1 beef
ZebParker Bros.................. 1 beef
Espenlaub & Hahn.............. beef
R A M ills. ..... .. ........ 1 hog
Espenlaub & Hahn ........... 20% ham
Champion... ........ ,$5 in printing
R. A. Mills ...*..A ; .lumber for tables


PIN-LE VEL,'


Brief M11ention of People Going and Com-
,, ing=-Other l3otes.
PIne Levef, June 10.-The, farmers
are rejoicing over the recent rains.
The orange groves are looking nicely
and ha,, the, heaiet-t 'crop of June
bloom ever.known in this section.
Children',; day was eelebrated here
Sunday wi-rlgood att,.dn,':'.
Miss Mellie Hanok. of M1;a1k:a. is
visiting relate nies at thi's ,p ,ne?.
Mic.s BAll"Hull left Mnday, to at-
tend the B.:Y. P. U. nit-ting at Orlan-
do.


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I' rf-i-._ ",Punia Gorda Bank
.. ilding
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', t1 B' Fri n kt
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] GrENERAl. '-'nOOL FIND.
To bal- !roam last montli
To a-tnt rec from Tax -edmp
To amt rec J f)Southeriand 3
.. *Polls
By war -ants paid
Bal on hand o' 3
ARCADIA SPECIAL FirND.
To hal'from last monthly
To.amt, ree j P Soutlherland
By war-ants paid
T6 bal ') hand :
PI-';NT.A i.;'.RDA ,-PECIAT.l FFU ;I,.
To bal;rom last aonth
, To iyt rec J f Southereand '
By warrants paid during mth
To bal on hand :"
% AV,.,N PARK SPEI.IAL FA ND.
To bal from Ulast month .
To int r,.c last nonth
By wd'r'r: .3 1 )d dur "im-h .
To bal on hand
P!,PA.\SH SPECIAL FUNI_
To bal on Land last, monthly
To amt."Jf Soufiherland
Bal on hand
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Messrs. Henry and John Murphy of I',IUIh)d3lay. /
Lily wore cnsting smil.:-t at their many M,--;srs. Charles and JoI l Burke ef
friends livre Sunday.. peet to start for New York this weekf-
Mr. Emory Durrance, of Arcadia, MIis Fannie P-'. Sar|'g,.|t is, visiiti|y
,w-,.'*a'. ,l,, v it~nig ^ ,u r a-_. .... .. t'r ,..-nd! in F ort M ,adpe. j' f
Misses Helen .anri er, Lessie Mi- A saw Idust walk has'b,.-n ptt)doi]
te'll and Mast'er Olin frad- Thomas Mi- along the property of E. B. Godwiu 6n
zell lihve returned from South-rland Lake View avenu-. Let the good %work
where they. have been attending tlhe goo0n.
Fl,-orida Seminary. : LILY LOCALS.
Messrs. Kabricli, Langfor'd awd Yfl-
vington, three of Nocatee'smost enter- Orange Tree-i Putting On .June B0oomn.-
prising young mnen, attended ser,,icesI Per-6-cmal Briefs of Interest.
here Sunday. Lily, June 1(,.--Lily was well rqprt-
Mr. John Hagan of Charlhtte Harbor sentud at the teachers examination in
is in the vacinity today. Arcadia last w eek by Misses Etl,el
Mr. C'. M. Johnson',s saw mill which, Durranc,;, Zella Murphy and Mamie
has been closed thdown for the past Albritton, and M(_essrs. Henry and John
month is now in running order again. Murphy, Cecil and Nell IUrrance. and
MIss Emma Peterson who has,'been Lessie Skipper. We wish f hein all sue-
livinv here for five months past, re- cess.
t.urfd to her home in Palatka Monda'. A new school building is .adll ned-
r, and Mrs. Henry Hancock, o:,f ed at Lily. We hope the school ,board
Miakka made this !)lace a business call \will either favor us with a new Iuild-
ast week.. ing, or repair the old one with some
Mr. F-. B. Hagan left. for Jacksonville additions ,:o it. before ttie fall term of
Mondayy. ,I I*11. ..'SChoo-l opens.
iMr. and Mrs. ThOipoh of Hul, arod1 Mrs. V. (-. Fussell and Mrs. J.VA. AI=
S. E. W\liddl n, of Areadia, were this britton \we.re visiting near Ona last
%reek call-d t-o the hed side- of their, wee-k.
,itor, M rs.' Eliza (_tret.n, k\,- 'c'.." I)
very ill.' Mr. T. '. Albritton is making. pr-
parations to build a comnm.ldious dwell-
FRL-.M ANOTHER *,RP .-p,, T. in"._ I on ,;l h h"'. I 11_ abotlA a -mile and a half
.. I Te L e Junemi--T t ri .a ,asr-of Lily, which will natterial-ly itie
;Pi ercase tih value ,,Of his property.
0onuing on nicely now and orahgl ur c V.() Fu 11'sd
growers anw farmers are vervlbusy.
*^ ,-, *' V.' a rti,is n g buisini-s- in tlli'sCom1-11.inu ity.
Fa-rners :rt.- laying l y their crops and a r h busin,.ss i t i, *,lit".
: .. MAr.- ,. A. A'lbritton and sou,"Iela.,
)ran g,. r'o\rrs are. lputti ng on f.-rtili-
.wi-re %visitin- at 'aI Ink Tro\ve :unday
;er. Orange trees in this see- \-r '
10OU are shlownim ga "ood '. it, of Rutle "1 t n T -, -. _
"-' i !\ 1 1 '. a ln d M 3 r ? J ./ R ^ n l l l h 1p a s s pe d
b )o oIn. SeasoOlls 'are' good and, corn, A an. J .
; .: _' .. .- t ",) |i h Lily this we-k ,-n their 'wa', tr
cane, etc., are doing hue and bid. fail`" -- t
'_ 2 St .teters-)ura,' w ier,- tlhey \w ll i"
orA -gnco r ,rop. -"I" y-%- "
.'.; :., ;, r;_, .. .. th,.-ir fitturt, hom]le.
" l .,of Lil ',. w as il this; .. t -l e "holl .. ... -
',tnm j7pr / tin^, '_p c..k{,...^. ... f" / ll ."> c..~
.i3-dK. hlte. ir{ .'..' .' ^al es [(? -Hll ..il ,,f l \ *' T . "
I ,-I c i' ar "l-

_,,ff i ,s i i a t -t..-X .e i .tr.. .t In ,-c] -.I S \ V k r y h l t : ,tr e
i -- -.- th 1 1t 1i'll ,t)IItlS improved V ld wer' h :.
Ilri~ Lilke lsf w'i(i- retinrt a%_v f) N, fa, I e
V roI Jolael sa \illot ;,ar ut> ai r .. ....
.... ar,. ., al.. IA.as, ti)haI: th e re
T i t fi s i i n g p a r t t h a I t w e n t t c h i C l l a t t i Q i j l l ir V i l l -r a l d w e h ol p ,
114 1%,!la L ke- last, \\,, k r,.p,,rt, a at.1 -'I

; a \ Isito:" h,.i-, thiI w eek. .
i.se su t t,,, -)1 t ti .' ac-. o, it'l,._ in aw diaea lr, ir n ]n e w ek,
.ipe~~~ ~~ iidv^-lo) t li-pae-o. in AL %x' e
"C *ih e'" D y S ly (\itl, Mh..-sr-. LiL: e "Ind W hidden ar,
5 W d -Children'- Dzliy SLIFinday wit.1I a Turtf, B.-ul thi \vo-.
..,eproarai T rtI,. Beach this \\"nd-.In. -I
I-R .W .H.Funk filled his r,.n ular rh "r- i" ,11 th-.:
W ." H. gl 5,
411A-.,- i > t h tli.." -ction ad -t id Itree,; ai- put
t mte t!re r. S uiday, a and a large. t a ,' t r .
rv.cd? was in attendants.
Miss-eILessie Miz,'.-li.and H_.ln 1Valn AC(C'ILENTALLV KILLED.
.,ter A .d Mehssrs.-. Tomnrie. Miz,-lle I
n,-,nav'e',een att,nding the Fhlorida M*.]E. K. Hurl.-v, ,or iowm.ho tsl)ew
'-' ..' -Pamt V]U terfix Areadiat.
eminary at ,'tttherland hiave r ut.trned
e.rourl a telegram to AMr. Ar
o10 .et ise d \-acation. P,
.ss Mellie Hancock. of Miakka is toa friend in middle Florida, we v

isiting relatives and, friends at, this Ilained tn learn of the death of
.. .. .. "o,-in-law, Mr. E. K. Hurl.) \
ate w ilcleanilrg !)is gun.,onl Mar
piss. at~e Gree-n, of Nocatee is vissit-fhl l1, lig"ioMr
Igilr thot her who continuesN vtee ry ill last was killed by'the accidental
U'i ej, h.or eere. cliarge of the same. Mr, Hurley
Su jsrst reached .his hqme 'in Wap
''Noiee, oa. He 'vill be remembered
.i* _, le Oiany here as a genuine sports
A persons indebted to't Durranee keen in persuit of pleasure, ever rt
r'sire-requested to call the old to aid the afflicted and needy.
tand at once and settle wi.Ilde 'un- i'uly was a Mason, and,ag" uch,
endeared to his s6irrovnng-''brot,
iegne. F. Dr3VN DLuRRcr". here. We extend our heartfelt 's
Lpril11, 1903. 1' '". ...
pathy to his bereaved familyf..


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$0o.oo00 to $6o.oo00 for a Machine no better.
Sewing Machines and Cuns Sold on Monthly Payments. Machine and Gun Repairing a Speal&try.
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THE ARCADIA GUNSMITH, Arcadia, Fla.



:*.;*-:M*+++4 t*=PMi<-i`* '>=!++4- ++4%**!*+ + The entertainment given by the stu- MARRIED LAST WEDNESDAY. T
: LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES dents of the Florida Seminary at the
L N OT 0 opera house last Saturday evening was .
1+,,4f4 ##4=tttt=:+---t-H+'-l 4 ; ,+.,++ .14 ,I= ++- well attended and quite a nqat sunm roF. nOBIRT "A CHES TT APND OF.
Clothing and shoes at reduced prices Col. C.;O. Morgan, the popular attor- for that institution was realized from M'fSS BIRDIE GASH. 0 m
at 8. J.; Carlton. ney and justice df-teace of Fort Ogden, the sale of seats. The music, both II
f 1 b vcal and instrumental, Was splendid
Mrs W. L. ilpott visited Bartow and was up on professional business this vocal and strumental, was splendid 1At the Home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hook- :
-Mrs W A-. |pott isiteacartowana d^.i ^- ^ ^. u ad the addresses and recitations were _, ,,_ \ d^ 4 <
Lakeland this week. week and while here renewed his sub- andthaddresseer--Ceremony Witnessed by Large Suit
Lakeland this veek. scriptiontoTheNews. ef a high order and well delivered. monWitarge O n a a e u t
otoTeNw.Ntimber of lFriknds.-'
Mr. F. Marvin Durrance spent Mon- The piano solos of Miss Grace Parker, ;
day in Tampa, on businres. Mr. R. G. Barrineau, who is connect- who is an accomplished musician, de-
ed with Merritt& Powells turpentine serve special mention. The singing Miss Birdie Stella Gash was united
The South Florida Sun and The De still near Gardner, was a visitor to Ar- and recitations by Misses Olney Wil- in marriage to Prof. Robert Andrew T r I
Soto County News for $1.50 per year. cadia Saturday and paid The News liams, Maude Mason and Mr. Linus Chesnut at the home of Mr. an ,Mrs. Ce are
Messrs. J.'J. Heard and Ed. Scott office an agreeable call. Williams and others were good and William H. Hooker, Wednesday after-
made Orlando a business visit Monday. Miss Emma Bunch and Mr. Ira A. was thoroughly enjoyed by the audi- noon at 3 o'clock, Rev..W. L.. Mahon, But We e Or
Rev. W.D. Turnley -is attending the Lunn, both of Gardner, were united in ence. The thorough manner and ease in ,aa impressive ceremony, uniting =
B. Y. P. U, meeting in Orlando this marriage last Thursday afternoon at with which the students performed their lives'.
week.. the court house, Judge A. E. Pooser their respective parts was a credit to Mis Bert ha Simmons and Mr. George
Sbo r s a haf.. peperforming thi' ceremony. the training they had received at Parker, ,and Miss Rhody Hendryand
Speia.eb.idrysll t alapic
Special embroidery sale at half price Sutherland. Mr. Smylie Parker were the attendants :...Call and S
at Carlton's. It will pay you to see ..ol. Fre.d 1.. S -ringer will leave this -,- --'--t* D i
them 'evening for Lake City, w'ihere he goes to' The lawn fete given in the court Miss Da-.hine Simnmons pixesided at n t n I
... attend the commencement exercises house square Tuesday evening by the the- piano and beautifully rendered I
Dr. D, G. Barnett, spent the first 6of of the Universitybof Florida and to at- ladies of Arcadia was an enjoyable Mendelshions Wedding March, and
the week in Tampa, visiting his paren- tend the meeting of the trustees of success. A large number were in at- 'during the ceremony she,very softly ; .
tal roof. that institution, of which he is a memr- tendance, many coming from Nocatee, played an appropriate selection.
Col. J. H. Hancock, of Fort Ogden, ber. Owens, Punta Gorda and other points. The bride was becomingly dressed ,
was in the city on professional business The Punta Gorda Cornet band came up in a dainty white organdy, with :
~~~~~~~John G r Swearingen, one of Arcadia's .*,...Tnnil Monday.' hn GSwearingen' ne fArcadia's on the evening train, accompanied by natural orange blossoms, and carried -
,onday:m mostt popular young attorneys, left about twenty-five young people, and a shower bouquet of roses and looked :-
-Sheriff T. E. Fielder returned Tues- Wednesday for Bartow,. from which furnished music for the occasion. The tremely I -pretty
.. ., ,' furnished music for the occasion.. The extremely pre ty. ^ ^ -|&*
day night from several days visit to place he will leave the latter part of refreshments consisted of ice cream, The, bridesmaids both wore white
Lake City. the week for the mountains of Virginia, and lemonade, which tissue, and being ,always lovely they '
Miss Zella Humphries left last night to spend a few weeks recuperating his weresold, the proceeds being used to loked ev more so. The groo ad
for Georgia, whereshe'.will spend health pay the expenses of the entertainment groomsmen wore the conventional j
several months. Capit. John W. Whidden returned and a debt incurred at the Fourth of black broadcloth.
Two weeks special sales" on shirt from Tallahassee last Saturday night, July celebration of last year. A large Mrs. Chestnut was formerly a resi- i
waistband ladies underwear at T D where he ably represented DeSoto and number also had 'their fortunes told, dentfof Ashville, N. C.,- but returned
wvaists and ladies underwear at T. D.
Bourland & Co's, Manatee counties in the upper branch paying a small sum for the pleasure, home with Mrs; Hooker last summer,
ouof the legislature. Representative The evening was delightful, and the and has remained ever since. Al- J
Mr. Horace Carlton, one of Nocatee's Gilchrist also returned,.but proceeded entertainment as a whole was one of though she has resided here less than ,........;..,.....gs.. '..-. .-" .- ..-- .;


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.1 r. W. Gunter and family left
for Satsumia Monday, where they will
make their future home.
For Sale,--4,000 budded orange and
pra!le'fruit trees ;j,00. unbudded trees.
R. E. Dilday, Leesburg, Fla.
Thenewest novelties in skirts and
shirt, waists at Carlton's. Positively
tfte greatest value of the season.
Mr. D.W. Mizell, a prominent citizens
of Pine Level, was in the city Monday
and, paid thls office :a pleasatC ca1ll.
For Rent.-TliThe Ralls cottage will be
S, for rent Mlay 1st. Goodlocatipn Stable
with house. Apply to J: G.Slaven.
SMiss Datatta Pooser spent Monday
in Zolfo, where 'she was called on 'ac-
count of the sickness of "Baby" Pooser.
Mr. Levi., McCullers, the' popular
yoh ig bookkeeper for W. G. Welles, at,
.Noeatee, was a visitor in Arcadia Mon-
day.
,1 Tihe News force is indebted to Mrs'
E. A. Huston for two large, luscious
watermelons sent to this office during
the past week.. "
Quite a number of young people
*came up\,'from Punta Gorda Tue.sday
evening to attend the lawn party'in'
-the court house square.
MIr. and Mrs. O. S. Harris and Miss
Harris, of Owens, were in Arcadia
Mioay on their way to Orlando to at-
tend the B. Y. P. U..meeting.
Mr. R. K. Brandan, the popular mer-
chant of Brownville, was in the city
Monday and called at The News office
to leave- an order for job printing.
Ie>ssrs. Gore & Scott have moved
thlieir stock of general merchandise into
the Gore.building and now have one of
the most artistically arranged stores in
.th e city.
SJudge Wall spent several days in
Arcadia this week. After attending
S to some legal matters. he and Col. J.
H. Treadwell visited their orangegrov.e
near Zolfo.
',The Baptist Sunday School of the
Arcadia church are celebrating tl.-ir
annual picnic on the banks of Peace
SCreek today. A large number are in
attendance.
SWa:.ke up! TiTake time by the forelock.
See what these low prices mean for
you. Don't, let a good thing pass.
Those matchless bargains ari now open
at I. J. Carlton's.
Mr. and Mr. R. K. S.ward and tHie
Misses Bount, Of Punta nircda, eani.
up to the lawn party Tuesday evening
and were guests if 'Mr. WV. H. Seward
at the Arcadia House.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pliift-r. of Noca-
tee. were visitors to Arcadia Monday.
Mr. Phifer received a telegram of the
serious illness of hlis brother at Gaines-
ville Teuesday and left on the evening
train for that place.
The DeSoto County Nws and the
Semi-Weekly Times-Union one year
for .$1.50. One the leading paper of
the state and the other the official pa-
: per of DeSoto County. Now is the
: ', time- to subscribe.


a year she has won a host of friends,
all of whom, though they were happy
in her. happiness, regretted her de-
parture.
Prof. Chesnut is a teacher in one of
the high schools of Texas, and im-
pressed every one who met him here as
a polished, clever gentleman. ;
SImmediately aftt.-r the ceremony the
bridal party drove to Arcadia and took
the 5 o'clock train for their future
home in Cooper, Texas.
Delicious refreshments consisting of
ice er-iam and a variety of cake was
served dlnring the 'afternoon in the
lpueio.i tildining hall.
Tax on Babies.
Extreme hn,,t weather is a great tax
upon digestive power of 1ia--e-,-; when
puny an feeble they should be given
a few doses of White's Cream Vermi-
guge. the children' tonic. It will
stimulate and faciltate the d(ige-tion
of their food, so that they soon be-
come strong, healthy and active. 25c
at Ed Greene's.,
Constipated Bowels.
To have good health, the body should
be kept in a laxative condition, and
the bowels moved once a day, so that
all poisonous. wastes are expelled daily.
Mr. G. L. Edwards, 142 N. Main St.,
Wichita, Kansas, writes: "I have used
Herbine to regulate the liver and
bowels for the past ten years, and
found it a reliable remedy." 50c at Ed
G ret1'1."'-,
Hot Weather Weakness.
If you feel fagged, out, listless and
L:ckiiig in energy, you are perhaps suf-
fering from the deliberating effects of
summer weather. These symptoms
indicate that a tonic is needed that
will create a healthy appetite-, iade
digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
and impart natural activity to the
liver. This, Herbine will ,do; it is a
tonic, laxitive and restorative. H. J.
Freegard, propr. Grand View Hotel,
Coeney, Kan., writes: "I have used
Herbine for the last 12 years, and
nolhinhg on earth ean beat it. It was,
recolmmend-.-d to in(me by Dr. Newtrn,
Newtuon. Kii." -5)i)e at Ed Green-'s.-.


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the most enjoyable of the season. -The
sum of $42.65 was realized from the'
sale of refreshments.
For Sale-The following property ca n
be purchased cheap by applying to tlhe
undersigned at once: Ne Swi, Nwi4
of Sel, Section 21, Township 35, Range
26. H. H. Taplin, Ft. Meade, Fla.

Watch Your Shoulders. /
Whet, standingibefore a looking glass,
notice if your shoulders are the same
height. Generally their right is Pigher
thlau the left. The reason for this un-
evenness lies in the way one sits You
get intol a cotufortalile cflair atgyour
desk. and at once y-i. rest your right
elbow on the arm of ytur cljair onr, your
desk. thus throwing one shiouldtI(], -!i:h-
er thap the other. This is especially
the case where one writes a great deal.
Whenryou notice that one sliho,(-r is
higher than the other, the thing to.do)
is to change your way of sitting at your
desk. Two simple exwriise: "\vi l b.-
beneficial. The arm of the lower !houl-
der should be extended npward, the
hand graspiin a dumbbell. That of the,
higher shoulder should be loweredahd
made to support a heavy w,_ight.
A versifier.
Scribbler-Would you call yourself a
poet or simply a versifier?
Scrawler-Well, when the editor lights
his pipe with my stuff it's a case of
verse afire.-Philadelphia Record.

Runs Itself.
"Got -a talking machine at home?"
"Yes."
'"What did you pay for it?"
"Nothing; married it."-London Tit-
Bits.
Mosquitoes are so numerous near the
roast of Borneo that the streams of
that region are in summer often un-
lavigable. f
Children in Peril.
Some of the most auxious lic'urs of
a mother's life are those when the lit-
tle ones have the croup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a safe and ,.,l'.-.ti-ve remedy
that. never fails. "My boy would have
died front mnembraneous croup' if it
had not i-,n ',r Fol,:V's I,_iv and
Tar." writes: (C'. WV. Lynch of inches-
ter, Ind.


to his home at Punta Gorda.

Mr. Wm. Miller, one of our most
enterprising truckers, favored this
office with a bunch of fine tomatoes
grown on his place near town. Mr.
Miller is making a pra-ctical demon-
stration of what can be grown on our
pine lands with irrigation.
The ladies of Brownviile will give an
ice cream and cake festival at the
Brownville school house tonight for
the benefit of the-,building fund of' the
Union church, which is to be construct-
ed at that place. Quite a number- ex-
pect to attend from Arcadia.
Mrs. Bivins having sold her interest
in thet'fim of-Bi\ins & Fletcher to
Mrs. John Payne, the style of the firm
is now'Fletcher & Payne, who solicit a
continuance of the patronage so liber-
ally bestowed in the past. The change
in the advertisement will appear next
week. '
Mr. W. W. Holmnes caine up from
his still near Cleveland Tuesday and
spent Wednesday in the city. He left
Wednesday evening for Tampa to be
present at a race between the horses
of Capt. McKay and Mr. Owen Holmes,
which was ,pulled off in that city
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Compton drove
up from Nocatee Tuesday and .favored
this office with, one of the finest water-
melons and a basket of the largest to-
matoes we have yet -e-n this season.
Mr. Compton is a prosperous farmer
and trucker and, makes a practical
success of the business.
The case of the Buckeye Fish Com-
pany against the Consolidated Ice
Company of Punta Gorda, was heard
. before Judge Wall this week. The
trial was by jury, and judgment was
rendered in favor of the plailitiff in the
sum of .*-.,,5S.7.70. : Messr,. Treadwell
& Treadwell represented the plaintiff.
An enjoyable, party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Souder-
laund on Wednesday even iilig. The
hours were whiled away in games Of
various kinds and in pleasant converse.
At. a late hour refreshments were
served, consisting of ic--e cream, cake
and lemonade. Among those pr''esent
were 3r. and Mrs. CanaInll, Mr. and
Mrs. Souderland' Mi.-ses Laura Lewis,
Rosa Lee Brocker, Laurie Carlton,
Lily Carlton .Vancilla Williams. Ethel
Durrance and Messrs. George Parker,
NWalt,-r Carlton. John Bunch, John
Carter C1air 'Short, Samn and Fred
Lan t'f,-rd .'
The es-teeined PNnta Gorda H,-iald
directs the attenti.in of the 1i ul:,lie to a
couple .,_of tylpog-raphlieal .rrrs which
appeared in tlhe annoiic'n.-emeit of the
lawn fete in The News last week. By
way of expllanation we will tate that
the ladies d(lid not decide to giv,- tlh.
entertainment until list Friday mor-n-
ing, a short time before Thie News went
to press;, hience-, the artileo did nut
take tlie usual course of pal a in' thliIroti l2
the handsof the proof reader before
being inserted. It seims. ]owever, to,
have had the desired effect of bringing
quite a nunlber of excellent ladies and
gertlere t from Punta Gorda and
other points.


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.A T. PEACOCK & .C0-
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"SUCCESSORS TO "
:- HENDRY BROTHERS.
.- DEALERS IN '
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..STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ..
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Y A complete stock of May, Corn,
Oats, Flour, Bran, and Meal.. \
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: DRY GOODS, SHOES, HA TS. ::
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:.. lines, and thIe Liblie is invited to call and inspect. ..
. our goods. We will t-ndeavor to treat customers in .
.'.\ sueh ai manner that they will continue to patronize **
'. ." Yo:iurs truly, ..

SA. T. PEACOCK & CO.
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Notie Ib hereby given the, following described lands will be sold
at public auction on th,, 6thday of July, A. D., 1903, at the court house
.h Am" in the ou.ty o6f D eko, itate of Florida, or so much thereof as
Will. be OIW*3* to 'ay' the. a"unt due for taxes herein set opposite to the
MS., to.ther with cost of 'swi sale and advertising.


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8 34 24 401 First Nat. Bank
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9 34 24 40 First Nat. Bank
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10 34 24 S& L. L. Northrup..
18 34 24 493: A. S. McMillan.
First Nat. Bank
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19 -34 24 611 A. S. McMillan,
First N-t. Bank
of Idaho .. ....
22 34 24 4D) A. B. Townsend
24 34 24 40 J. H. Maddox ....
25 34 24 101 R. W.. Roberts...
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1.66
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2.39
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1.66
1.96
1.96
1.66
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2.69
18.33
11.62
3.17
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2.87
7.70
14.94
11.32
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1.66
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40 J. L, Crebbins...
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6- J. M. Lewis.:....


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J.B. & B.G.Oberry
A. B. Townsend..


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Kreider & Hopi-
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Kreider & Hop-
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Chas. H. Gross...
Harvey Locklair.
E. C. Hood, Sr ....
Unknown .........
Peacock, Hunt &
West Co. ......
E. C. Hoo(ktSr....


350
640
8o
320
10
40
20
120
40


11.98.
194."7
3.14
10.11
1.66
1.66
1.18
4.38
1.66


2.20
10 .'41
2.87
.94
7.52
3.17
1.18
14.94
1.66
14.65
1.27
2.12-
1.42 :
8.18
7.22
1.42 9
5.289
1.66

5.58
10.31
12.83
8.91
2.87
18.87
7.70
1.66
6..49
1.66
4.38
4.08
6.49
1.66
4.08


A ll ...... .. .. ....... ......
E 1-; of neh .....................
S 1, ...... ..... ........ .....
Lot 16 blk 14 sub of se% ........
Se'4 ofr h-e1 ....... ................
S12' of sw 'I. of see ...............
E'1. of seO, and sw\\i of se14....
N e li of sw t.4.... .... .. .. ........
S1, of sw'., of sw T4 less 5 acres
on s side .........

Sv,1! o? nw*'-i and n'.4 of sw'i and
se ,'i of nwx !. .. ..... .........
Se'" of ne. 4 of se! ..............
Swvv. of nw of n1' 4 ..........
S I-!,of n xx1 and net4 of nw' and
el, of nw 0 of n("%11..........
S', of nw04 of nw, ............
S1" of ne1' of nwjU ............
N \v', of e10 ...... ...... ......
N w '.iL of ne1ii ............ ....
Se4 of s" 1, of se;.i......j.... ..
NIM ., of nwN.! of se1! .............
Neil of nwl ...... ...... .....
S a2, of s\'i ". '....
A ll ...... ...... ...... ...... ...
Ne'i and se'.. Pf nw\i and sz_,..
Si'o of nw'4. ;'I
N.;o .of sWt, and s of nw1. ....
S wvjj of sw ". ....... ........ .....
N' of ne and set of new4 and
ne!4 of se'l. ...... ...... ......
E'6 of xvl an,:l n'. of sel. and
ne"i of se'l. .... ...... ....
E'4 of seo and n-.-. ....... ....
SU, of swul" ard n"wi of sw%..
NwXi of nw'.4 and swi" of nwlj. .
All except nwl of nwlv4........
Nw j of nw'v ...... ...... ....
S\X ,i of s v i .......... ........
N eii. ..... ....
S wv 1 of s 4 ......... .....
SI.a of n\w' of n'wrU and swLv of
u III i .... .... .... ... ......
WV ., of Ie ......... .......... ..
SeO of n11 '. ............ ........
S\vl'4 of net.i ...... ...... .....
NI;. of swti and sw'i of nw'i..
N1'14 of IW\\" and s;'_ of nwUA
and n3 of sw',4 ...... ........
N 12 .... .. .. .... ... ........ ..
N\"'4 of nebL and ne. o4 nwX ..
Nw',L of se1l and sw.4' of ne1,
less 3 acres off w side ........
S\%"i of nI'I0 ...... .... .......
N .2 of lot 3 or.n 'ii of sw\\',....
All less sx%\.4 of sW',i. ............
Lots 3 and 4.......... ........
NI., and n1;, of sevi and swti of
sel-e and swi.t.....' .... .....
A ll see .... .... ;
Ne" and n12 of se.-and e'l ot
s\'i and s', of sw.i and el..6
of nw'- and. sw\'i of se@4....
Se1 of se ...... .... .. ....
Nwl4 Of S\"14 and ot 3o........
Lots 1. 2 and 9.'........ .........
Lots 1, 2. 5 a.nd 6 ..............
S%%l- of ne4'I. ........... .......
Lot 1 or he W of r\\.,.
SUPPLEMENT.
S\,,1 Of Se14. .. .. ... ...... ..
S 14 . ...... ...... ........
Lot S5 sub of sw'i of ne1'4.....
Lots 43 & 44 sub of swxv& of ne1.
L ot 2 ... .. ... ...... .. ...... ..
L o t I .... ...... .. .... .. ......
Nx',I! aiil, lot '2 and n'.- of lot 2
N O ,' .... .... .... .... ........
S .. .. .. . .. ... .. ......
S 1 2 ...... .......... .. .. .. .. .
S1.2o0f S li .. .. .. .. .. .. ......
A ll F ra .. . ..... .. ..... ...
S\,' o of sw.Vl4 .... .... .... .....
S e-1.1 of Ie]O ...... ...... ........
WIl.. of qL%'4I a[sd 1s"_14 of n wvj..
A ll F ra .t.: ... .. ..........
A ll Fra,!. ... ... .........
F f-t -- 11\ 'x14. .. ... ... .......
Se0 of 111? ; 1;:1rf lot 4 ....... .
Se'!. of se and ai ,:l S of nle1 -....
N e of l-e I ...... ...... ......
1 f,.- rpin ot 1 \"v of River Boy-
ges. Ferry. ..... ...... ....
I
P.:-:rt ,of lot L, an_1, lots f, and 7 ....
Lots 1 r:Li.: 2 Ie-s.': 3 a`:31 ea ....
Lots " 3 mi,:l 4 o, vl \ *f set ....
L o t .. ... .......... ......
NL t ...... .... .... ...... ....
SN I ....... ....... ....
N ,' of -' ........ ...... .. ...
Lots 1 ;tdi"'l i n.:l setr of s t ..` .
111 !,1r1_ ill 1 4l,.l't O f SV 1 ........
N .. .. .. .. . .. ..
Sw14 Cf Ine?1 anL se1 r of se4 f ....
N v% .... .. .. .. .. .. ........
' ,-O f S --. t .. .. .. .. .. . .
.inl ;:,t l ,-,* or vf Ce'el of nIe14,
t 1 r,,;e s-" 3 !,s 17 Ik!. v.: 220 P, I.
:1 i \-iiji Lg IeI, r,,: n .\14 of ste14
n, f --1 .e'-. til,-n, e i 3 <;'hi? 17 lks
to lin ,livi,.lir:' il, a randl .e j
of "!1-14 th,-_1,e e to be .....
Comment on,, .. 'ine- di\i'liiig
.:iiges 24 ;:tl',,i "'5.T, 21; Ilks s of ne
-O1 or' se!i of *n|-t! a--tdf lr~Un w
"2('i ya:r,:l?, s- 3]6.0 lk<. r "2"20 yds
t,- R. line n 3,!;0 I1k? to lbeg. ....
Se1 ,. of tuv. .. .. .. .. .


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41


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20
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41
41
40
40
40
40
40
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41
41

42
42
40
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49
41
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33'

38
33
33
33
33"
33
33,
33
33
34
34
34
34
34
34
3 -
34
34

35

35
35
35
35
35

34
36
36
37
37


37
.37
37
37


9
28

28
33
11
14
19
30
32
14
16
16
16.-

9
22
22
.30
14
6
3
10
12
19
20
24
25
32
35
36
1

9
5
8
10
13
24



13
23
23
24
27
27
2
4
4
9
10
12
13
16
17
20
21


i


1 35 24


56r 5-10 Est S. A.
Driggers .......




23 I5T100 Mrs. S. A.
'Driggers .. ...
SO Yilliams & Bul-
lock .... .... ..
40 Est. S. A. Driggers
41.1 \V.. W'. 'oker. .. .
40 R. K. Thompson..
30 H. D. Farabee ....
20 Jos. H. Brown ....
40 L. D. Dupree, Sr.
40 R. F. Smith ......
33 Mrs. F.F. Farabee
40 R. F. Smith ......
40 H. W. Bourn....
5 Jas. M. Bates ....
16 A. A. Bates ......
4n J. M. Bourland..
40 R. P. Bass .... ..
40 J. D. Hagan. C. L.
M iller. ... .....
7 Unknown-......
24 WV. B. Bergstrom


H. V. Fernald ...
C. b. Weaver....
Unknown .... ....
Unknown
E. F. Benriett....
Lemon Bay Land
Co .... .. .. ..
E. D. Fritzh ....
Lemon Bay Land
Co .... .... ..

Lemon Bay Land
C o.' ... .. .. ...
James Hart ......
Unknown .... ...

Julia F. Freloor. .
Julia F. Freloor..
T. J. DeLohunt..
T. J. Delohunt..
L. J. Guil Imartln..
L. J. Gullmartin..
L. J. Guilmartin..
W". H. Slaughter .
E. H. Rutherford
Jane Y. Ruther-
ford .. ...... .
Jane Y. Ruther-
ford .... .....
E.H. Rutherfolr d
Unknown "'.......
C. H. Stewart:...
C. M. Denham...
Andrew. Barnett..
D. E. Constance..
G:,"G. -Webb:..'..
1st nat. Bnk Ida.
lst.Nat. Bnk Ida.
Est. Mrs. MaTgar-
, et,. Hendry....
1st -Nat. Bnk Ida.
1st N&t., Bnk Ida.
1st Nat Bnk' Ida.
1st Nat Bnk Ida.
1st Nat. Bnk Ida.
1st'Nat. Bnk Ida.
1st Nat. Bnk Ida.
1st Nat. Bnk Ida
1st Nat. Bnk.ida.
Bank of Ft. Scott
Wnm. P. Rich....
W. A. Sminth....
Bank of Ft. Scott
Bank of Ft. .cott
Bank of Ft. Scott
Bank of Ft. Scott

Peacock, Hunt &
West Co .......
L. D. Dup Unkno\,un.......
R. F. Smith... ...
R. F. Smith ......
T. S. Tutwviler...


5
5
100
10
10
30

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100
5
10

10
10
80
40
104
53
62
80
40
40
40
t
40
10
'40

.320

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595

SO

163
240
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240
600
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24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
94
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24
24
24

24
24
24


50 J. M. Johnson...
60 J. L. Perry. .. .. .
40 Mrs. N. F. Elliston


15 Peacock, Hunt &
WVest Co., Geo.
Rogers ..... ....


,N% of lot. 8 sub. of ne%..
*Lote 4.9,., 14 4 a-.sk.b. ne%,

", ,It. I to io-1 inc., sub. of nw%..
Lot 22 subi -of W%.. .....
-Liot 1 sub. fmc..,
8O of lot 24 and n' of lot 25,

.Lot1? -;.:;^ :::
%S of Btu ,.. ..... ....... ....
-, .N to ne%....... ... ... ....
,........... .
E' ,b .. ......... ..

Sw -of '-e .... .... ... ....

s o. -.... ....
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S i'' aof ... 4 l.. 9 .. ....






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A . n ? 8 .., ;' .. .. : .. -...- ..

... N%" nd e^ f niitand 4w e1-
ak -,f .






*W. 6, sse.- ,. ... .' .'.....





JB.:. O.. e ,,,. .... .. .. ... ....
".A of"W,' a ria %n of owvi/and






.- '" % an f nL ..... .... ........
X.6.. ;N and se. of- and' new o
*^'*, "']1 r sBe a rdne% of siA e n ......
P ','0 SW and nw.. ..
6f U




s ,an n .... ....... ..
of"* ... andwn f se.. ..... ......



,,o.i .. .-. ...
:~~~ ~ l "1"o e n e*4 a, -of^.
,ey, a-tdii of sw'i -and svoij
:. of .... .... ... ...... .
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IN^ ofe4 " ",** *1'**
% .',, ~% of ne and se o .... .
." N w i of se ... .. .. .. ..... ....
NeS' 4. of nw'I .... .. .... ....
WL of ne.h'ando swl of n"e'i ..
:*Sw1a of ofneh and .set.' of nwi;!
,and n 12a e of sw f ............

Se. of V5 ,aand n\ of se' ad.
,N oft' i '. .. .. ..... .
of se Ij .... ... .. ... .
o f o l lb. of sco .1 of nes i ......

;4'* of se%0 t. to .. .....
t IL,,C r. f at ,w l and o n W.'j of Sw '
and n 12 acres Of SW 31 'Of sN,',
Se7. of n4, and ek., of sea4 and
t -of Sb ". .... ...... .... ...
,. .:N e~vr" of ile",4, ... ..... . .
vi ;4w o f n v'v ,j . . . .
."-omn -Rt 11w (o" of qw of Ilw,
,_ 1 hence s 229 ft, e 2,:,9 ft, 11 219
"" .t, wv 209 ft to beg ..... .... ..-
'Com. Pt sw, cor. of 1vw". of nfix
a pnd run. D 160 ln :1 1ks,
v, OO 1 k? to stie.. l11( A!V. so3cs.
.27. ,mirl 2, thenc.' on .Said line
to,', b eg ...... .......- -1 ... ... ".



Com p sw cor. of nwv,.r bf lot, te
,a.'' ",nd runi 'n oil'.-e., line 316 IkS
.* 'fr. a starting r.,ohit. thence e
,-.o"," .0 Ik-s to sAN n.or. of a 3 and
Aj,'n"" ; a re .lot s,:, li to W E.


"-' :, wi, O e er. thn* r. '1. 07 Iks to
nw1 c r.ot"f le s lot, tlpen
w -.,, Iks to) s ,. line. therl,-e
s 217 Iks n ser, line to g.
1;.--.N e ,9, l -s 11:, ac -r s ai -, ot"
n w lt4 ... .',. .... .... ....
'. '. 4' acres in a square in se cor of
SC-4 Of !e10 and neii of se1-..
',- N et4 4, ,n w 1;,W .... .... ...... ..
E. L.;' of e1; 0" sv1-,1 of ze-t1 ......
-N*p i of sv'.-4 :f qe1^. .. .. ...
", .S. \-1. ..f 3iw\' ... ... ... .. ... ..
2 ar-rT in s,' cor of S anild C-ehte"
or r- r of" net.I ... ... .....
3, "" 3-4 ac're. in' np cor of 1"iwlt of ne14
swB : ow 1v,.4... 0 f". ....... .


160)
1,)
10

140
20
20
401
40
20
40
so0
640
560.
80.
160
40
160L

280
400
120
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600
40
40
160
40
60
0
40
40
120


R. K. Brandon...
.... a, .,.....
A. S. WaI'dron...

Basil Whitesides.
Mrs. Sarah H.
Bethea .... ..
Al. W. Rlcnard..
S. E. NWbhiclen...
Chas. T. Harding
NY. W. Langford..
Unknown........
Fla. Land & Imp.
Co....... .....
A. W. Gilchrist*..'
A. W. Gllchrist ...
A. W. Gilchrist ...
A. 'W. Gilchrist ...
J. J. 'Wallace ....
Black & Padgett
Est. C B. Light-
sey ...........
H. B. & F. T. Ross
WVillJams & Bul-
lock ............
Louis Mercer ....
Unknown ........
Peac.ock, Hunt &
West Co. ......
Mrs. BarbaraLowe
R. W. Sublet, ....
D. D. Kinney..
J. A. Hidden ....
C. D. Collins.....
James Carlton ....
G. NV. Albritton..
D, C. Bethea ......
R..W. Sublett ....


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2a 38 24 14 5.100 Wright&Gil-
christ .... ....


The undivided harlf int. in nw'a' of
n\%'4 I not paid by rect. 2)S'....
Nw14 of e1e-1 .... .... .... .....
No'I. of nwI," of s%"4. ...........
N\iv` of nw of sw .. .... .. .
S., '% 4 of SW1\' .. .... .. .. ....
7 acres in s%%'L of nw... ..
2 acres in ne of nw14 ...... ....
Lots I and 2 sub. of lne14 ofSWiV
Lot 3 sub. of me14 of s\vi'Vk......
Lot 4 sub. of ne!4. of sw ,N1......
E'>'of swq and n_- of se'i.....
N w'4 of ne'4 ... .. ........ ....
Se% of se'4 ....................
All of nw,1 o4 neO,1 less 1ot 11 blk
&3.excep.t -. 5. 6 and 12' blk 13
Beg. at nwv cor of sw'h of sx'vli
and run s 40 rds to beg, e 12
64-101.1 rds;. n 12 64-100 rds. w
*':'12 64-1t.10 rds. s 12 64'-100 rds
in nvw14 of s"'4l of 9'X4 ......
N1" of sw'i of swiv1 of nel'....
S'; of swti of swv! of ne1 ...-.
6 acres on w side of s\%v14 of nwrl
E 2 .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
Se- 4 of nx ... .. ... .... ....
All sec. 2 and 4 ................
N1. of nel and n%714..........
All sec 11.. 12 and ...... .... ..
Se1! of nelA an,,l nw]X'4 of nw ?'l
Find se1. % of s I& and se( ......
N I., of ... .... ... ..... ..
S ll .. ... ... .. .. ... .. .
A lf ... .. . . .. .
Ne'' of ne1- and sec 2 of ne'i and
Ill., Of SIN-I aI ,:l se0 4 .... ....
A ll. . .. ... ... ....
E l, 1 11n-:1 E1_ I o, .f Z?'.v-1! 4 .. -
El- of '1.14iL ,d 1,* of In'l and
s\ I.i of sI% of e 4 ... .. .. .(.
N 'e14 of S%%'I .... .. .. ... ......
Sk,1.1 of ,'ne1! 4 ,' ,i S1 .- Of IX"'I anld
s\v l andi%.l w, of sell and sell
C. s .... .. .. . ....
.',-I h'_ l r7\1% k-1 4 : F S>1' .... .. .. ..
Ne', an-d1 nA 'I of U".'14 and11 sw 1l
,- i'l, ol \ f ;t" se' .... .... .....
A ll se,-: 334 a ln .... .... .. .. ....
41..-'e. of .e. ...... ..... .. ...
Bee-. ,_5ft n of s I.,otn,.lary line
of nv1I4 t of nv.I '. se,-- 4, 6o0 ft w
( -ei-it i- of Fla. So:u. R. R. track
Civ l, r ,,, -i n ".U. ft. -n v 21,)
ft. thr-n ., 31F. ft. then e 21(. ft
]O r!-.v -:" of 1,:.x .. ...
1'-,r. C1 r!'V 1 e-.:e- 1ir 1,'i a.-r s ,ff
,>- --i~le oft .v.. ,,f .f % .-
S '.; .:,! ri-t. '- .. f . ... ..
I"; '! of -nv -" .' .**,..

\Vi_1 .'c- yT"-Il "Ot'"?'\! less .5 ac.!e-s
N ,,7 1 ,f .. ... .. ... ... .
.,,1.'re- ,.n .-:,.-t --i~e ,of Se1 of seh
E -' : r :.-. S S f C. .. .....
? ,opr i! le >:o ,f '-se! ,orf .el4
N .- c' o r ve .. .; ... . .
N w'. of 1,.... ;;.;
C"_r",- :,t 1. I,1ii.:" ],,:, t ,',1n \-," !0 :,.1!!-
S. i'.'; ,of -*_,- 1n t:, 25 e an,1
!111i1 n 1 Oil h' !it : 'C.I11 Ik' th rii e
14 >:1e. n1. o.,sszi-- m ll lne ,:>f
Fil.-. S IU. R. R. 3 .", Iks, then
n 1 f-lo.. v- lvi', ft ,: .... g- t l e
14_ ,.1e.. 2, 1 ft. th-n ,!, 1 1 ,-ie. I 611
ft. tiet, v.- 14 ,:I e .. s 1-2 ft to
fIL. b "-,,f -:," R R .. th _n 1 14 '1 e..
e- ,r,, t't ,on e_ line ,of rigiht,-fw.,y
-".1 t 1t ol" IL\ o1
to' .I:t,.e o f 27I.,. In "" of i. i
'SV ,_,t 'i.. w11 lt of IIV,!4 .. .. ....
,] ,- ." ,_- o f ,_-,f n e n ': i o f w t o {: '
\ 'f !" '" .. . ... .. .;, ..
N f 'l .. ... ... ...
N v%1,) of i.' o:,f kv, and sl., o-f
ir-,, ,:,f |l\ -l, 1i. . r .. ." .. .. ..
N el4 o <. ,='e-14 ( of t"i1 .4 .. .. ..
S -, of u-ov14 ar,:i si., of -\1! and1
v o .o. .. .. ...
I-f1 -_f IW '1.1 1 ;t 1d w11 of S'V14
arnd e1. otf \'w1,.! of S 1 . .
S%, 1 o f -* '- o f -, 14 . . .
N\ _,-,' of \'.-! indl w -! ,of s\', L


3S
3S
3S
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39


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24
24
24
24
24
24
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40
10
6
7.


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Phelon & Welles
S. A. Carlton ....
AN'. W,. Fulford...
J. J. Sapp, ........
Unknown ........
John Lowe, Jr...
Unknown .. ....
Unknown .... ...
U nkil knownn .. ....
Chattanooga Png
C O .. ... ...
Geo. Brook......
F. Hollow'ay ....
W. R. Fugate ....
R. S. Hanna .....



Est. WV. H. Van-
drite .... ....
Henry Daughtery
Ford Daughtery.
Unknown ......
D. IHolmes ......
Est. Thos. Dautgh-
tery.. .. ..
D. Holmes ......
D. HoiLmes ......
D. Holmes ....
D. Holmes .... ..
W. T. Weeks ....
XV. 0. Tysonu....
D. Holmes .. ....
D. Holmes .. ...
D. Holmne.. ...
D. Hnlmes....
,
D. Holmes .....'.
D. Holmes ....

D. Holmes ..' .'.'.
D. H lrnes... .
D. Holhres .....
S. S. 0-. & G. R.
R (')..... .....
0. E. Rt.disill...




Jno. Brin.-o.-n .....
I rvire- Ie,:. k .. .. .
Fia. Comm,,r, erial
C *O .. . .
C 'alvin S. Bl.:, i,-
c hard .... ...
W H. P-.--,le Sr.
IT no i n[lt_, .. ....
H M F'0. ,- n-,... .
NV. H. Poett:les ..
H. R. Worth...
J. Al. Alf-,r.] .. .


23
25
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219
3,O
5-
5
6
6
6
8
15
16
18


200 L. G. Prescott..-. 6.49
320 L. G. Prescott .... 10.11
83 94.100 L. G. Prescott. 2.87
67 Miller & Andrews 2.15
40 Est. J. '. Ham-
merly. .. ..... 1.96
25 77.100 Unknown .... 4.32
600 Fla. Com. -Co..... 7.70
78.35 P. W. White.... 2.87
600 .B. Hart & Co... 18.57
640 B..Hart & Co... 19.77

480 B. Hart & Co... 15.54
41) Rob't L. Pearce.. 5.91
75.60 P. A. Vans Agnew 72.90
100.s0 P. A. Vans Agnew 3.59
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THE DE OTO COUNTY NEWS.


Notice of Master's Sale.
In the Circuit Court of the Sixth Judicial Cir-
cuit of the State of Florida, in and for De
Soto County:
Bryant Coker,
Vs.
Frances E. Foose, .
sole surviving heir Foreclosure of Mortgage.
at law of W. W.
Foose, deceased.and
Louise E. Sharley.,
Upder andby virtueofafinal decree made
and entered by the Hon. Joseph B. Wall, Judge
of said Court, and dated on the 7th day of No-
vember. 1899, In favor of the crmplalnanthere-
in and against W. W. Foose, now deceased, and
Frances E. Foose and Louise B. 8harley, and
wherein I was appointed special master to ex-
ecute the said decree, have levied upon the
Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of
Section 30, Township 36 South, Range 25 East,
lying and being in said County and State, and
will offer the same for sale at public outcry in
front of the Court House door, town of Arcadia,
Florida, on Monday the fth day of July, 1903,
during the legal hours of sale on said day, to
the highest and best bidder for cash, to ratify
the decree together with interest and cost.
The above described property is levied upon as
the property of Frances E. Foose and Louise
E. Share, ithe said W. W. Foose having de-
parted this life intestate.


I THE LAU MELOMELO.
Horrr Hawaiian Natives Go After the
Finny Tribe. '
"Lau melomelb" is the name of a de-
coy used by the native fishermen of
Hawaii. It is made of the hardest
wood to be found on the islands and Is
carved and rubbed till it assumes the
shape of a club with a little knob at
the smaller end, to which the line ls
tied.
The club is from one to three feet
long. A village sorcerer performs cer-
tain rites over it over a sacred fire.
After this is done the club is magic,
and the fisherman must be extremely
careful of it. If a woman should step
over it or enter a canoe in which it lies,
the club would lose all its power and
would be useless ever afterward.
After the club has been charmed the
fisherman mixes candlenut and cocoa-
nut meat, bakes it and ties the mixture
in a wrapper of cocoanut fiber.
At the fishing grounds the club is
covered with the oily juice of the
stuff and is then lowered carefully to
the bottom. The scent of the baked
nut meat attracts certain kinds of fish,
which soon gather and begin to nibble
at the club. As soon as enough fish are
around the decoy a small bag shaped
net is lowered very gently until its
mouth is just over the club. The latter
is then pulled up carefully and cun-
ningly till it is within the bag. The fish
are so eager for the stuff with which
the club is covered that they follow it
into the net without fear. As soon as
all the fish are'in it a fisherman dives
and closes the mouth of the net where-
upon the rest haul it up quickly.-
Washington Post.

A Splendid Remedy.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism., lum-
bagoand sciatic pains yield to the
penetrating influence of Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It.penet.rates to the
nerves and bone, and being absorbed
into the blood, its healing properties
are conveyed $o every part of the body
and effect some wonderful cures. Mr.
D. F. Moore, agent Illinois Central
Railway, Milan, Tenn., states: I have
used Ballards Snow Liniment for
rheumatism, backache, etc.. in my
family. It is a splendid remedy. We
could not do without it." 25c, 50e apd
.$1 at Ed Greene's.
Costly Books.
When Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll
was living in Peoria he was called
upon one day by General John A. Lo-
gan. says the New York Times. The
colonel was upstairs at the time. and
General Logan was ushered into the
library, where on a .table were three
volumes of Voltaire's works, an edition
de luxe representing all that was best
In the bookbluder's art. General Lo-
,gan picked them up one at a time, ab-
sorbed in his admiration of their beau-
ties. While so engaged Colonel Inger-
sol entered the room.
"Colonel." said the general, holding
one of the volumes In his hands, "this
is the most nmagniticent volume I have
ever seen. I do not want to seem im-
pertinent, lbut would you mind telling
me what these books cost you?"
"Those books." began the colonel, the
twinkle in his eye growing brighter at
each word. "cost mue-the governorship
of Illinois."
A Physician Healed.
IDr. G -.. E\in.. a practicin_ physi-
(l-in; of Snilitl'-s t'ov,-, Ky., for over
thirty y<_ar-, wvrilt f s pi-ers,,nal c .: '.r-
nc-le,? \viIt -,-l 1 r '-:. K idn,:.y t n'c,- : 'F,,r
;,-,are 1 h:tv l,,:-,n greatly Ii:tlih ..r vith khinty an,.l iladd,-r t r,-ubl: aud
enlair'-ed pr,;tatlO 'land. I usd ,very-
tlhitLn kn. .wn t,:, thi,? i rfu.i- m with, ut
r',.li,?f, until f comii il :-li <.ed to t-e
Fl,.dlty's K;.ndr C'ur,:. After taking
thr _:e b,-,tl .h- I ,,vas ,n:-ntir:ly r,?lieved
and cure>:r.d. I pre-'..:r;lb, it now daily
in my l'rartic",: and hIeartily recomn-
mi:,nd it, us,- t" all [lilyshc'ia'ns for such
trou ,l.1-.s. [ ha\,? pres.riled it in hutn-
dreds _f cas-,s with perfect su.<:-ces."
Odors of Sickness.
In gout the skin secretions take a
special odor, which Sydenham com-
pares to that of whey. In jaundice
the odor is that of musk: in oppilation,
of vinegar; of sour beer in scrofula, of


warm bread in intermittent fever. In
diabetes, when there is perspiration,
the smell is of hay or, rather, of ace-
tone; but. according to Bouchardat,
midway between aldehyde and ace-.'
tone. being due to mixture in syalable
.rop)rtions of these two bodies.


RIUIILI UUIlli
There is no disease so insinuat-
ing, so slow but sure, as kidney dis-
ease, or so wide-spread. The symp-
toms are so slight as to generally
escape notice.
The first indications appear in
the urine, with varied effects. The
quantity may be increased or de-
creased; it is likely to be highly col-
ored and scalding; it may be pale
or thin, or thick and milky with a
sediment. Later on more pro-
nounced symptoms will be present,
such as dizziness, bloating, etc.,
with marked bladder and urinary
disorders.
Poisonous waste matter is collected
by the blood from all parts of the sys-
tem and carried to the kidneys, where
it Is separated and cast out through the
urine. The kidneys deal with the blood
only, deriving nourishment there-
from. Hence, if the blood Is bad the
kidneys are not only overworked, bu.
underfed. How necessary Is it, there-
fore, that the purity and vitality of the
blood should be maintain ed. It isplain
why the great blood purifier and
strengthener-Dr. Charter's Iron Tonic-
has been successfully used in treating
kidneydiseases and in preventingsame.
In purifying the blood the kidneys are
greatly relieved, while, at the same lime,
new strength and vitality are given
these organs. The following letter tells
a very old story:
Pt" KNor, KY., June 25,1902.
The Dr. Hatter Medicine Co., Dayton, O.
GENTLEMEN: I had a severe case of
typhoid fever six years ago, which left
my kidneys in bad order. I have tried
a number of remedies and taken treat-
ment from doctors, but Dr. Charter's Iron
Tonic has done me more good than
everything else. C. CORDELL,
Merchant and Mine Operator.
There are thousands of just such
cases as the above that are treated
without results because they are
wrongly treated. Mr. Cordell's
condition resulted from anexhaust-
ing fever; the kidneys, as well as
the rest of the system, had been
wasted by disease. No wonder Dr.
Harter'slron Tonic promptlycured,
because it purified and enriched the
blood, and such blood carried new
strength and vitality directly to the
kidneys and to all the organs.
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Sudden: Deaths.
There is a disease prevailing in this .
country mosttdangerous because so decep-
~"3f [ / .II .I tive. Manysudden
.l\r .?"= deaths are caused
by it-heart. di.
O ease, pneurnoM
1 heart. ailre .or
J r~iLi '*^V "apoplexy r fe
-=' A ",, 'the restilt -f kid-
Ifl nney disease. : If
-. ti \\ kidney trouble is
e = a- allowed toadiraice
X ,' 9.jx thekidbey-poisba-
own a ,. ed blood will at-
tack the vital organs, 'causing catarrh of
the bladder, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles almost always result
from a derangement of the kidneys and
a cure is obtained quickest by- a "proper -
treatment tbf the kidneys. If you are feel-
ing badly you can ma p no mistake, by
taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain, in passing it, and o-ver-
comes that unpleasant necessity of being
compelled to go often through the day,
and to get up many times during the
night. The mild and the extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root is spornt realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles. You may have a .
sample bottle of this wonderful new dis-
covery and a book that tells all about it- "
both sentfree by'mail. Address, Dr. Kil-
mer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When
writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper. 'Dof't make any
mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the
address, Binghaliton, N. Y., on .rery
bottle.

Out of theBeart's sIlttrness *,
Blobbs Scribbler has had" no les ": '
than nine plays rejected. '
Slobbs--What is he doing now?. '
Blobbs-Writing essays on the de;. -
line of the drama.-Philaidelphia Rec-
ord. .
'. 4 '
Revolution Emminent. .
A sure sign of approaching re volt
and serious trouble in your system is
nervousness, sleeplessness, or stoimach
upsets. Eleetrid Bitt.rs 'will quickly
dismember the troublesome, causes.
It never fails to tone the stomach,
regulate the kediieys and Bowels,
stimulate the Liver, and clarify the
blood. Run down systems benefit par-
II
ticularly and al, the usual attending
aches vanish under its searching and
thorough effectiveness.. Electric Bit-
ters is only 50e, and that is returned
if it, don't give perfect satisfaction.
Guaranteed by Ed. Greene druggist.

-rne Throat and Tonsils.
A simple gargle for a sore throat
may be made by adding fifteen drops
of refined carbolic acid to a quart o.'
water. Remember to shake thorough- '- : ";
ly before using--o'therwise it will be .
useless--and gargle four or five times a,
day. In case of swollen tonsils a tea-
spoonful of powdered tannin dissolved
in a tumbler of water forms an excel-
lent gargle, which should be used ev-
ery two hours. A'-gargle of perman-
gana.te of potash, tot too strong, is, al-
so excellent for use in cases of mild
sore throat.


NOTICE.
To ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You are notitlfed that four weeks after date
hereof we will apply to the Honorable A. E.
Poser, Count.vX, Judge of DeSot,: county, Flori-
da, for an order authorizing us-i to -.ie l- lotI 4.5,
6, 7. S and9 of block .4, Smith and Gibson's Ad-
dition to Arcadia, at private ;ale.
F[.-ORIDA KINU,
[Signed] T. B. KIN<3,
.1. 1 KING.
iExec(utor< of the last will and te-tament of
Ziba King. decea.ed.
Arcadia, Fla.. May l. M19)3.


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M. L. W\II.LI.AMS,
Special Master.
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Arcadia. Fla.. June 2. 19&Bl.


Administrators Notice.
Notice Is herebypgiven toall-per!?ons having
claims or demand.ag ainst the estate of Jame-s
E Whidden, late of DeSoto county, Fla., de-
ceas-ed, to present the same duly autthenticated
within one year from dAte of this notice, or
same will be plead in barof their recovery,and
all persons indebted to said estate arp required
to make immediate settlement, with. the unr.
designed. This May 25. 1908 .
MARTHA J. WHIDriEN,
Admiuistratrix.


In the istriet C(unrt of the Unitetd Stante- for
the Southern DistricL of Florida in bank-
ruptwy.
In the matterofr /
R. L. Hopon In Bankruptcy.
Bankrupt. i
T.) thie creditor- Af R. L. Hopson of Bowline
'leen in the County f Desoto and District,
afore-sald, a hank(upt:
Notice i- hereby given that on the 5,th day
of July A. D. 1 the said R. L. Ho)p-,n u as
duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that. the llrst
inusetin:g,- of his creditors-i will be held at the
CO'urt Houwe in Arcadia Florida, on the 3t.lih
day A.,f May A. D.. lWi, at Ti o'clock a. m.. at
.A hieh time the said credit.:r? may attend.
prove their claims., appoint a trustee; examine
tlie bankrupt ail, traniast such other bu1 ines-,
as may priperlvy come before said meeting.
Taitnpa. Florida, May 1. A.. ID. U-4;.
WM. HUNTER,
Refert-e in Bankruptcy.


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Notice-of Application to Sell Land.
Notice i herehvy given that four week after
date here-f, I will apply. to Hon. A. E. Pooser,
c,.,unty Judve or ( -i .-. ) County.|Flor,- la, t.,ran
rrder authorizinel the private -ale of the fi.l-
loiin de 'crihbod land 1:elI.n -ine toH tit" estate,
ol Thionia- z ;i. Bryan, dei.-ea-ed, to-w>-ir: L,,t-
If). 1 17 and li in .,lock 2'1. town , thli -e -r of nw qr e half of ,.w Ir of -e ttr and
.e oar of p :1 r of e 11. t) : r 24 e.
Thi- 12th day o-f ,uno P1".14.
W. B. BRYAN, Adrnini-.trator.


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Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hogs
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EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
,by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how
'it .will save you money and fence yo ur Alds so they will stay fenced
%-For Sale by- '

W. G. WELLES, Agent,
|jt NOCATEE, FLORIDA.


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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
OF ADMINISTRATOR.
Notice 1s hereby v5ven that si x month-s from
dat. here,.f I will pre-ent rnmy account-s and
vouchers t-, Hon. A. E. Po&.er. county judre of)f
MaeS'-to e,,un.ty, Florida. and aIsk for a nnal di.-
eharme au adumiinistrator of the e-tate of Tlobert
S. Mi.,ran, deceased.
This March 20, 1.163. O. A. MOPGAN.
Adniii -trator.


A


A Frightened Horse.


Running like mad down the street
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
L her oceidents, are every day occur-
ences. It behooves everybody to
ave a reliable salve handy and there's
o)e as good ai FBuck>'ln's Arnica
S.alve. Burns, (Cuts, .SOre-. E, .ze.ma and
Piles, disappt, ar quickly nuder its
.oothing eiT-ct. .5 at Ed. Greene's
d.tug store.
.


FINAL DISCHARGE.
N,tie. i- hereby giiven that -ix mnwnth artef
lat e hereof, I will present my n'-co'I.I lt ant
', cl',i.r rt, H-on. A. E. Poosle .,U ty i :.'-
o u. nt, i c i tV, Florida a -Ild Az'Q r flif, f l >Il i-
['hara' a,- ; .liinistratr rt'rhe -start- ,tf F. M.
U l i. I. llit( ,,t' ,-l o-lcount,, de, I u-. ld
Thi- March 1. ,,:J. I.A.M .\---N.'
Admrnistrator.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIC(-E.
N. iiie I- i r.-l.,y '.ivi n t,, all pIr, r -,n- h.i'.inL
evtlj -n :.r d .-m4ntld- i_. n I. ll-- t'.- -E ,, "[Ii, .
' r. Bn'y tl!. i (i 1 ] -S,,t, ,',..il[ (y F l.,rl a (i t=..
.'iu-n' ,. t', ,rii-~.- _r ".:'rnt- \\t!iin twv. |v .

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THE OLD
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Founded 1885. Having Special Florida Charter.
OPENS OCTOBER I. :
"4 'qb, 'b, ., .-'

": LuLocated on a i]h pine ridge among thi- splrin--fed
:": ~ lakes of .range COunty. Free f'rom alllia. :
i College. Music School. Business School. Preparatory School. :i1
Art School. Schoolof Elocution. School Domestic and Industrial Arts. .
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^; Excellent equipment. ThoroLIgh modern instruction. :
: B'.aiautiful location. Best itflu ences. B_--st board. :
^ A room for every student. Catalogue on application. ,
: Expenses low.

REV. W. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., President,
' \WINTER PARK. :
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Fight Will Be Bitter.


Those \vho resist. in losing their
ears against the continual recommlen-
dation ofDr r. King's New Discovery
for 'onI-umption, will have a long and
bitter tighit with tih.:ir troubles, if not.
end-d t-arlier by fatal termination.
Ie.:.d what T. R. .,e-all of Beall. Mass.,
lhas to say: "Last fall my wife had
very symptom of consumption. She
took IDr. King's Ne-w Discovery after
everything else,, had failed. Improve- .'
I.-tii am'- A'T once and four bottles
entirely cured her. Guaranteed by .
Ed. Grteene drugist.. Price 50c, aod
.$1. Trial Iottle free.

Later In tVie Game.
"Ab, me," sighed the drug clerk, "hqw
women do change!"
"What's tangled in your wheels
now'?" asked the boss.
"When I was doing the courtship
stunt with Cordelia," said the d. c.,
"she declared that itf I should pass ,
mny checks ?S e would also; 6u, t *....
delay. And no ,."- .. .
"W fl,"-h1thatrow%", 5udfie4 the boss..
"NVithave been married' only "six
months," continued the assistant ;pll.
eompUer, "'"and she is- dropping hints.
arb'und to the ef'ect that I ought .to get
my dife insured."--4hiago -New$. .-.

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AD MiNISTRATORS NOTICE.
A ll i,-. son I ]' aviMVi l.-' 1 iti,'I or! d0m1 Ill '1-I
.'Jain-til el;ile 0t Daniel uL.Wil[li..unt)o
hl ,,11 I le.d t-* I.'oi 1ty' .le',:,:'- -1.1 1ir' here -
I.3 u n,,iil l 1. 1 ,p e--u, th s,.itn:,. ily ;it. W
th hli': ttf.1 w il-hi i t,.eiv'e ih.,ntth- r.l l
ilati.,I i .i- ri., tie or sytn e w ill i.n- It le. l in
I.,a1..t th,:ir !',:-ov,.ry ;nuo l all pei-.it,,i- in-

in-i ii di, iatet s-e tltIt- Ient w itlI tIhtu:n lUU- Il 'n i -
ed.
JOHN.T. WILLIAMON.
A .lu iit rn t,.r.


ADMINI^TLA~ur'S ICihE.

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;'? ', -g it Street arid De Soto Avenue.
PHONE 17.

LET US WAKE UP.
As timte slides slowly along the exi-
dences of the necessity of the people of
J iadla tniting their energies for the
.Upbuilding of the town becomes more
*and 'more parent. For the. past six
anois the t own has been on the de-
-' "lh.' 'There are more empty houses
: .in Areadia now than for ., .number of
'' years. 2.thinX is being donle to stim-
i -.date--trade and r brig, new settlers
'l,',into our midst. The to'n is not being
.' made any mort attractive. Streets
"'. hich should be payed Are still sand-
a..beds, and little, "if any, civic pride is
t'bfig,inanifested. This' is an unfor-
tunate condition of things, but,. never-
'theTls, it stares as in tte face. There,
areNaO-ltftB^le reBsons, however, why
a obhi con s8hopld etis', except fqrI
tt-aewvt*rhno eforts :.iere being put
f 6 .e;gald'e ft otherwise, We have
h... .*. .'" .' '* I" .
all the natural resources here to make
a city of five'or--ix-Thi-uand inhabi-
tants if w6-'e'idrcise the prbper spirit
and enterprise to inimprove the town,
estblsh new "industries antd located
settlers. Areadia should be an even
basta -town than Ocala and Gaines-
*illet Let -s vake otp and do s me-


'" THE THRLE CANDIDATES.,.
S There is no longer any doubt as to
thedesigns of Governor Jennings on
the sAeat of Senator Taliaferro, and
John-Stockton has not taken his eyes
off the place in five years. Therefore,
we may reasonably expect a lively tinP
next year in Florida politics. Stock-
ton is backed by the powerful and un-
ecrupulous Jacksonville political ring,
and Jennings is constructing a 1 s-
schine of Jis-own, while Taliafer 0 will
have to depend upon llthe business mien
who have been impressed and inspired
by hip great record as a business sena-
tor.-Gazet.te News. .
THE NEws does not know from
.whence the Gazet.t.e-News obtainefd'the
information' concerning the candidacy
of Governor Jennings given in the fore-
going paragraph. What it says may or
may not be true, but. one thing is cer-
tain, if Governor Jennings, )r. Stock-
ton or any one else wishes to aspiri- to
the honorable positionof United States-
senator, it is their privilege to do so.
Y". It is'commendable in either gentle-
"man -to *ant to represent the great
: state of Florida in thd senate of thie
.United States; it is equally commenda-
ble in Senator Taliafer-o to desire an
endorsement of the splendid record.
ha has made by re-election at thIe
hands of the people.
The weak efforts spasmodically mad,:
throughout the state to "boost" te
candidacy of one of the gentlemen by
speaking desparingly of and misrepre-
*'scting t.lib oth ers, will have little ef-
feetupon'the intelligent voters of tlhr
state...,,The odium which the Gazette-
News at.t.mpts to thlow on the candi-
dfaey of Mr.Stockton is in line#'ith t.he
-same potcy which is being pursued


Stewards Senator Taliaferro by some iof
" r'St.okton'ssupporters. Suchmeth-
ods in politics, fortunately, nearly al-
ways has- the opposite effect to those
adopting them desire.

GOODNESS OF HUMAN NATURE
The law of the survival of t.he fittt-st
is- usually, regarded as a manifestation
of, elemental nature, in humanity as
well as in all forms of animal or plant
life. In its blunt analysis it embodies
the. idea of every man's hand against
bis brother. urt in critical plriod-
lik' t.h6se which have existed in several
flobd stricken towns throughout tthe-
country, t ere is always a spontaneous
response to the needs of the unfortun-
ate' vietimsn. lit the towns themselves
men -and women have.been brought
closer to primal conditions than is their
usuaLfortune; there hlias been mani-
fested(-nAore.of the essential brother-
hood r mankind than ,thetn the; ordi-
nary -uccessionof events center-'men's
thoughts upon themselves. Instead of
fighting, every man for himself, the
dispatches tell us they are all ;striving
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for oane a Those most afflicted
are ndt Jleft to their own unaided re-
sourp&pxt;ampled into the earth to
which'they have fallen. More of sym-
pathi, of ki;ndliness and of substantial
compas,n have been extended than
would have been possible where the
need of such things are less urgent.
It is in -periods like these when it
seems that good times'and prosperous
conditionup, which ate the logical con-
comitanta of cultured civilization, are
the real exponents of the Ishmaelitish
doctrine of evolution, and that the
basic principle of uncultivated human-
ity is that fellow feeling which makes
us wonderous kind.
Ire
Mucr that William Jennings Bryan
has to say About public affairs is at
variance with public sentiment and
logical reasoning, but THE NEws heart-
ily endorses his article on the unfitness
of accepting gifts for religious and ed-
ucational institutions from me6who
have made their excessive millions by-.
doubtful practices. Mr. Bryan has
joined with- those who do not believe
that universities, colleges, churches
and missionary societies should seek or
receive bounties at the hands of those
who have in a way robbed their fellow-
men. The, merely, practical man, or
set of men, will scout the idea that the
money of a Rockfeller, a Carnegie or a
lvoIrgan is not as clean and as accept-
able as that of any other possible con-
tributor to. public institutions. But
the man of sound morals will measure
the acceptance i f such favors with
reference t6,their influence on society,
on politics and on the character of the
nation generally.
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THE poet laureate of the National
Editorial Association is a.resident of
DeSoto county, Mr. W. E. Pabor, ,of
thle Pabor Lake Pineapple. Since the
first organization of the association he
has furnished the annual poenm, -and
was officially named its poet. laureate
at the time the association met.in St.
Augustine in the year 1899. His poems
generally have had for their topic the
editorial profession, its honors and re-
sponsibilities; but this year hlie has
taken the ladies for his subject, and
"Thle Woman Beautiful" is the title of
his tribute to the ladies of the Nation-
al Editorial Association. The meeting
this year is at Omaha,-the first week in
July.

SOME marked improvements have
been made in the Florida Times-Union.
It has recently installed a new per-
fecting press built by the Goss Print-
ing Pres companyy and is w-' issuing
orne of tlhe b,:st pap,.rs in the south.
Its news service is cmplete, and e,-,v-
ers the feMI thoroughly. Its editorial
anid special features are stronger and
better than ever Ibefore. Altogetlher,.
the Times-Union is now a modern
daily, strong and conservative. of
which Florida and Floridians may well
I'e proud. '
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R-OBERT .M(N.\?IEE is one of tine f,-.w
members of the late legislature wioh
is receiving high praise from th,. press
for faithf'ul s,:rvK_-e t,. the state. Theo
"'Napoleon of Florida polities:' will be
heard from again :


THE Hon. Peter 0.. Knight :as dis-
cover-d strong congressional timber
inll thle person of the Ion. J. W. Wat-
son, of Kissimmee. It is strange that
the people of Mr. Watso,-'sdistrict had
never made this discovery.
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THE latest victim of rains and flods
is Spartenberg. a manufac-turing townt
of South iCarolina. Ti, deaths is estimated to be 75, while the
property loss will reach $3,",-:i ,. '

THERE shiotld bL h- n: surliris, if soime
college proft'essur con,-s forward inll a
few days wilthi thie discovery of tlhe
flood micirobe.

EViDENt.y tlie post offte- depart-
ment is suff,-rin.l from a superfluity of
autonubiles and cash register,.
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: POSSIBILITIES OF

OKEECHOBEE COUNTRY.
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A. writer in the Tampa Timn-s, in
describing the rkeechobee country.,
hlas the following to say,v which is of
general interest to thlie public:
"Tliere are many resid.ntis, even na-
tives of Florida, that anre ignorant of


idle and make the state to bloom and
blossom as-the rose.
. VWe need no drones, have too many
idlers already; and the-croaker is not
desired, let him stay where he is; but
for the manwho is willing to earn his
bread by the sweat of his face, who is
not afraid of honest toil, there is room.
To all such there is a warm welcome
'from the noblest, warmest hearted
people,under the burning sun. It
matters not from whence he comes,
whether he fought on the north or
south side of Mason and Dixon's line,
if he comes to build up and develop
the country, we bid him welcome.
In this country a man is at liberty
to live at peace under his own vine
and fig tree,. With none to molest and
make him afraid. He may worship
God as his conscience dictates and in
politics he may follow his own inclina-
tion. If there is a place beneath the
starry dome. which is the typical "land
for the free and home for the brave"
it must be the southern section of the
Land of Flowers.'
We invite our friend. to come and
&Tp on, lI wrist sons of toil in develop-
ing this country. C('bme and go aling
within us andwe', will do you good.-
BartovVw' Courier-Informant.



A rBELATE SPRING POEM.


the vast and rich territory lying south
of the line drawn from Tampa to San-
ford. It is not generally known that
Lakeland s near the geographical cen-
ter of the'state, and that Lake Okee-
chobee is the largest body of fresh
water south of the Mason and Dixon's
line. Lake Okeechobee contains in
round numbers 12,000 square miles,
the mean depth is fourteen feet, but
in many places the depth .is so great
that parties trying have been unable
to sound it. The water is soft apd
pure as rain water, the temperature
cool and at all times pleasant, health-
ful for drinking purposes. The lake is
twenty-three feet above the sea level
at high tide, which fact demonstrates
that it is entirely practical to drain
the vast territory known as the saw
grass and everglades, thus reclaiming
hundreds of thousands of acres of the
richest land on earth, all of which is
exempt from damaging cold, the cli-
mate being comparatively tropical.
The shores of the lake are generally
low with sand beach extending far
into the water but few feet in dgth
There is no finer place- on earth' fbr
'bathing, with none of the attendaht
dangers of the surf. The entire south
side of the lake is fringed by islands,
varying in extent from five to fifty
acres of the richest land on the face of
the earth, adapted by nature to the
perfect growth and development of
everything known almost to the vege-
table kingdom. A company recently,
organized in Tampa have made in-
provements on about 600 acres: of this
land, and will the ensuing season.
plant largely of eggplants, celery and
beans, all of which by experiment al-
ready made, surpass anything ever
seen elsewhere in'quantity and quality.
There are many persons now engaged
in cat, ishting on'the 'Kissimmec1 river
and upper lakes. This is what. town-
folks eat for salmon.: The fish sell for
six cents per pound f. o. b. Kissimmee,
and the business a minost lucrative one
to those engaged in it, as the supply of
fish ,is practically inexhaustable. and
catching them in large quantities com-
paratively easy. -The writer:- saw a
number of cat fish dressed in Okee-
chobee that weighed from fifteen to
twenty-five pounds. The, Kissiinmee
river is a veritable flower garden from
source to mouth, a distance of 225
miles. The shores on either side.
abound in the rarest lilies, orchids,
air plants, honeysuckle, wild roses of
every hle, morning glories, ete. :.A
person that has failed to makeet
trip from Kissimmee to Tamnpa
Fort Mlyers hlias only a faint conceptiei
of tle real teauties and genuine :,-f
trattions of thiis i lcompar ra 1h st.trC
Lee county is forging ahead of ,ny
part of the state in thle cultivation an'd
propagation of citrus fruits, one- pr-
son having a grove of 5" acres" in
grape fruit alone, besides ln: ii ?itow
engaged: it- clearing and p~lan.tig
other citru- fruit as rapidly as mein.
and mon..e can accomlpli1hi the tur-
po,,e. Th-writer especially: observed
the splendid condition of cattle and
other live stock on, the "route t raveled.
Their .,1,i< applearan'e indicated mid-
su Iilitr or early fall rather. than
springtime. It would tax ,-,\r
too much to relate in detail the many
i n t'- re' t i ni a nd amusing ili.:- id e n t .- eon-
nected with the trip, for this r.amn
I desist, besides I, guess my compan-
ion, Do0 Pea'rce, would not care, for
his lady :friends to know how differemt.-
ly he sees things in Florida to .Terey.,
En rflnte in Charlotte Harbor .we en-
eotrlered a g,-,d 'hunting expedit ',:, ,
c,-1 isting' of twelve men, two jfsrce
pumps, making an ex\avation near the
shore, expecting to find #}11,2.(.J ,., ii at
a d].-pth of forty feet., we nothied
among others at-work ol,:l man <-ool-
year of Tampa, -he sane who_ Lo:i-
De Richardo flimflammed out of more
than a hundred dollars some two vyars
ago \hil, in quest of this same hiddel
treasure. Mr. Brown, of tiartow, the
commander in relief of thlis v.nterprli-e


speaks confidently and seriously. He
says that he has already discovered
the wooden vessel that contained tlhe
iron on.-- in which thlie gold was stored.
and in his opinion it, only necessitates
perseverane- until solid roclAts reach-
ed and all six o! the clainulnts will e
multimillionaires. ]voc TPet!fe has
accepte-d a -clergical position liear Pun-
ta (orni for a short while and will be
missed Iby his Iany friends in Tamlpa.
Col. Fhl_-tce.r returned to Tampa for a
brief stay. when he will return to
Okeechobee to superintend the plant-
ing for the company of which hlie ,is a
member.
The Land of Flofter' .
Florida is indeild a great state, truly
wonderful in the products of its sil.
and t e ,, 1,- il ,ilities of its de,.-eveL r-
lII,"lit.
With our inexlaup tible supply ph,-sphate rock, utf the finest grade.
hidden beneath its suftev. Mwith a
soil that is capable of producing in the
greatest abn dance innumerable
crops, and a climate that cannot be
surpt',.-sod in the known world, the
grand old state of Florida is b'-undl to
take her place in the front rank
among the progressive states of t' -
Union, 'n.
What we need is men who will coni
and study our soil and its needs, and
by close application to their Vwork and
exerting a reasonable aamont of ener-
gy, will develop the acres now lying


PUBLISHED BY
TiTM D SOTO PUBLISHING CO.


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M R. EDITOR:'
A callow, but belated spring poet,
passed through our town a few days
ago, and learning from oae of our den-
izens that it was the- first of JTune,
dart.-- off with lightning speed toward
the south; hoping, no doubt.. to .reach
the southern hemisplire,' where he
would be nearer spring than here.
We wish you to publish the "delightful
poemt" which he dropped from his bud-
get in hi hasty flight,l hoping our ap-
preciation will lead him back to our
friendly shores next spring. ,
Yours truly,
"C. R. ACKEk,

'TO 3ISS W-----.
When I among my treasures look,
A rose I find inlgariered store,
All faded, press-:d within a book ;
An angel's gift- in days of yore.
Tho' lost its fragrance, i'n myi heart
Deep downn. tli 'donor's form so
bright
Is imaged, aid.will n e'er depart,
Till lost insea qf.death'scold Light.
In sleep. hetface and rm ,o dear,
Q ,U ;- "-
In vi-ninsiweetcom eo'er mny mind.
The,:n ihriuhtest. ih6op:es:'of life app-ear,
-As \ ] d.l41h rsmfii:e so kind.
But all! alas !:'tis h t a dream.
That. fades away withl morning
liglit.
A.iJd da rk tlit liopes, %%ithli i,-t a beam
To lift thie .all uf ravle. ni it.
S' PEn FilELIs.
ARE YOU FERTtLIZISN YOUR GROVE?

If so, in buying 'your fertilizer, es-
pecially for orange trees, it is, neces-
sary to con id-r the analysis, tlie ma-
terials use, thie reliability of the man-
-ufatu r.i r.; the mechanical condition
and pries. The; Fl].-ri(da State. Chem-
'ist, says : : .
'"I am e ,1vino,.-1l that, taking the
whI^ Siate to,-th-er. th e orangegrow-
ers are applying too lit tle P- TASH to
their groves. IT IS THE N E TH I N G
--'ES AR .- ,, ". ,
_NEt. E..:_ Y A
Acting on the a,,>-> opinion; and tl1e
,,piti,_iiio s ,f tlie largest gro>.-veis itn the
State, in the iniaiinuifactiit- of THE
\'AMPA, FERTILIZER COMPANY'S
goods, we have used POTASH to a
lar..' extent, using only the ,highest
,rade lcmate'rials.
We are in a l,,poition to make reason-
ale 1prices,-. as we avail ourselves of
water trariisp, -rtati n "Ilid w %%'will Ilk'
glhd to mail yu entalogue and give
yCIu further information on applica-
t io l ' r' "
TIHE ITAMPA FERTILIZER C'.,
Tampa, Fla.
1W. R. FFLLEK & C,,.,
Sales Agents.


~ IARE YOU.MI ,






YOU WILL FIND THEM IN

==ZOLFO==

AT THE STORE OF


Z. IH.SIMMONS.


I have recently purchased the large stock ofa
G(.eneral Merchindime of Josepv Btovn, at
Z'olfl, and will be-,egin at once to reduce stock.
hIn order to do this, I will be compelled to.)
sell many gffoods for the next thirty divays


I AT AND BELOW COST.
!^ Do not miss this opportunity to buy your
Spring Goods. There will be a GREAT
REDUCTION IN PRICES all along the line.

S O- OUR LINE OF -


Dres, Goods,


Clothing,,


Shoes, Hats,

Si Groceries,


I Feed, Etc., Etc.

. Cannot be Excelled in DeSoto County.


HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
You are invited to call.' Yours for business,
gL 1.



Z He. sI0MMONS,

SZOLFO, FLORIDA. |
-- (Successor to Jos. Brown.) .

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Lots 4 and 5, block 4 ..........
Lot S. block 4 ...... ............
All n of land line. block 21 .....
Lot 24 s of land line. 1)lock 22 ....
Si_ of lot 1A and lots 11 'and 12,
b o)ck 23 .... ...... ... .......
El_'of lots 14 to 20. block r24....
Begin at ne cot of sec. 36. tp. 37,
r 2*4 and1 run s on R. line 23
ft.t th 'e w e~te l] a lo n g lin e
of r. to Polk Ave. 307 ft, thence
n to orI i-iial n'Htl Of JOl'dRIn
brlin.:h ll 2,3 ft, th,-n -e.e n-easter-
ly.along run of said branch to
place of beg, t,7 acres ........
ARCADIA.
Begin at ue cor of lot 6, blk 28
, and run southerly with an al-
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R*and line about.-7*._, ft, thence
14,.rthPrly" parallel to Polk Ave.
to line diving lots 6 and 7,
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Tolin 35aughiiiy'..*<>S
11 Mrs. Annie,..P. ".- '.
_Howard 8 .... 94
.. J.. .H1 Treadwflf.,.'8.6'
C.C C.' Cholla.r..'.. 1', 4.1,0
J.F. ,Waldron...'?.ift.01.
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"" A.'W .: Gillchrit 2,.93." "- t
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... Est. 8, A'-qSaWuls:. "" 1.00' .
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.... Est. S'A, Sauls... ,3.18.
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Lots 7,'9. 10 and 1I., block 37..
Lots 8, 12, 13 and 14, block 37.
Lots 4, 5, 6 and 8.block 38....
Lot 8, block 42 ...... .........
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, block 47.
Lots 1, 2,.3 and 7, block 49 ....
Lots 3 to 7 inc, block 60 ......
All trac. block 66 ...... ......
Beg at the intersection of 0
St. and Manatee Ave.. and r
e along Oak St. 1861. ft
beg.. thence e along Oak
80 ft. thence n to branch,
along branch opposite to po
of beg.. thence s to Oak St.
beg .. .. ... ...... ..
F. M. WALDRON'S ADD.
ARCADIA IN':
Sw t1 of ne1t ...... .........
Lot 5. block 3 ...... ..........
Lot 10. block 3 ...... .......
DAUGHTRY'S ADD TO ARC
DIA:
That part n of branch of n1-_
i e 1 4 ...... ..... ..... ....
Lot 32, block 12 ...... .....
E12 of lot 3s, block 18.......
W 2'. of lot 39, block IS.......
Lot 52, block 21 ..... ......
XVW- of lot 5S. block 21 .....
El of lot 5S, block 21 .......
T. J. PEPPER'S ADD TO A
CADIA IN:
N w ,1, of se1 ...... ...... .
Lot 10, block 2 .... .........
A. WV. Gilchrist's Sub. of sej
n w k .... ...... ...... ...
Lot 5, block D ........ .....
Lot 6 and e'.- of lots 7 and
block E ...... ...... .....
'Lot 3. block J ........ ......
A. W.. Gilchrist's Sub. in Slsl
sw\U of swl'4...... .....
B. F. Baldwin's Sub. In nl-2
nw114 o n viwl and n.j of n
o f lw 1 -.......... ........
S1. of svW,% of sw :.... .....
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, block- NN'.......
L ots 6 and 7, block W- ... '...'
GIBSON & SMITH'S ADD
A.RC(ADIA IN:
E- of sel.of sel and.et
\\ of seli of se!'4 .......
A ll block "2 ....... .........
Lots 3. 4.., and 3 to 12 Inc., bl
Lots 11 and 12, block 11 .....
W. H. JOHNSON'S SUB. In s
of SX 1I ..... ..... ... .
And,:l frac. block 0 ill Gilchri
Sub. in nwl of nw'i,.....
All except lot 6, block M ....
LANDS NOT SUB-DIV. IN
LOTS AND BLOCKS, AR(
DIA:
Nvixt of nell less 16 acres of
s id .. .. ........ .. .
Beg. at ne cor of sv'j. of
and run s 110 yds, w 44
n 110 yds, e 44 yds to beg
Beg. at nw cor of seli of
and run s 15.'; Iks to b
thence s 8411p Iks, e 506 ]k
410 Iks, N" 41.17 Iks. n 192 lk
24 Iks, n 1561-: lks, w 117
to beg ..... .. .. .. ... .. .
N% !4 of s\\' of se*,i.......
TOWN OF ZOLFO -SPRIN
ill S9,, of nel and n!2 of
Lots 7 and S. block 4.........
Lots 1 and 2, block 10)......
El- of lots 5 and 6. block 11
Lots 9 and 10. block 11 .....
Lot 1. bock 17 ..............
Lots 1 to 8 inc., block 18....
Lot 6. block 25 ...... ......
WVILLIAM'S -ADD TO ZOI
SPRINGS IN:
N1, of nel4 and sl;, of seW ..
Lot 5 block 16 ..............
Lot 13, block 16 .......... ..
Lots 14, 15 and 17. block 16..
TOWN OF WAUCHULA, R
S u t-v EX -iYJl w I .,-f 5 w.-U, 3
e% of se of ........ .......
Lots 2 and 3, block 5........
Lots 1 and 2, block 9.......
Lots 3,-4, 5 and 6, block 9..
Lot 11, block 9 ..............
N1,j of block 12 ............
TOWN OF WAUCHULA.
Lots 7 and 8, block 16 ....
Lot 5. block 18........ .
Lot 10, block 18...... ...
Lot 16, block 19...... ...
Lots 1 and 2, block 24....
Lots 13 and 14, block 25..
Lot 4, block 39 ........ ..
TOWN OP BOWLING GR
R. R. SURVEY.
In s.V of s of nw% and n
ne^4 of sw^i and w1, of s
Lot 5, block 12 .... .. ...
E 100 ft off lots 11 and 12,I
22. . . .. .. .. .. .
Lot 13, block 22 .... .....
AVON PARK.
St of S% ofnwl4 ofsw.
"NVL of nt of 10t 5 (or n%


NAMEM O O()W&fR



J. J. O'Donnell..

Rosa Wotitzky...
' Jacob Wo-itzky..
;J, H. Hancock..
C. L. Huldleston
E. Golds'ein .....
"%r.-A. W. Gi/christ...
E. Wotitzky ......


,Amt,
Tax.
RIM
Cost.

3.76

7.88

3.18
1.82
1.55
2.64
1.27

1.60
8.64
4.85
1.83
14.40
20.93
1.$2
S.94
7.28
12.49
5.91
1.82
5.21
1.5,2
3.IS
3.1I
2.12
33.21




4.Q8
5.91
1.00
12.74
3.1S
1.62
3.4S
1.27
3.IS
1.57
6.21
4..2
3.73
4.82
1.00
1.27
1.55
1.27
4. 55
1.S2
5.91
R.94
11.37





17.10
4.85

1.55
1.82
1.27
1.55
1.82
.73
1.00
.73
3.IS
1.27


NAME OF OWNER


Amt
Tax.
and
Cost.
1.42
1.90
2.94
1.96
3.65
1.90
2.39
2.39
1.42
1.42
1.42
2.39
2.63
4.32
4.32
1.90
4.32
4.32
.70
4.32
4.32
4-.32
2.39
4.32
4.32
4.32
2.87 ,
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32'
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32.
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32,,
4.32
4.32
4,32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4 .32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
3.59
4.32
2.39
3.35
4.32
3.35
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.3S
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.3'2
2.15
4.32
4.32
4.32
4.08
4.32
4.32'
.94
4 .32
94
2.63
3.59
3.59
2.15
2.39

1.30
1.00
2.87

1.40
.94

1.78
10.41
1.18

2.69
1I.48

1.30
.94
.94

1.54
.94
.94

.70
.94
2.87
.94


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Lets N and 0 sub. 1, 2, 7, and 8,
block 9 .... ...... ... ...
Lot 6 lesa 8 ft and lots 7, 8, 9
and 10 sub. of lots 3 and 6.,
block' 9. .*. ... .. ... .. ..
Lots F. G and H sub. lots 4 and
6, block 9 ..... .... .... W .....
W 1-3 of lots 3 and 6. block 10
Lot 8, block 11 .................
Lot 22, block 11 ...... .........
Lot 5, block 12.... ... .
Lot 10 sub. of lot 7, block 12....
35x90 ft beg. 313 ft n-easterly
from nw cor of blk 27 fronting
on Marion Ave. 35 ft, block 27
Lot 4, block 31 .................
Lots 29 and 30, block 31 .........
Lot 33, block 31 ................
Lot 13, block 32.. ... .........


L


160 a.X N. Wilkie.....
240 L. .N. Wilkie.....
320- L. N. Wilkie.....
200 'L. N. Wilkie.....
480 1,, N. Wilkie.....
240 L. N. Wllkie.....
3211 L. N. Wilkie....
806.58 L. N. Wllkie-....
160 L. N. Wilkie .....
160 L. N. Wilkie .....
160 L. N. Wilkie.....
323 L1. N. Wilkie.....
860.75 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkle....
640 L. N. Wilkle.....
240 L, N. Wilkle.....
640,8 L. N. Wilkle....
640 L. N.. Wilkkie ....
40 L. N. Wilkie ....
640 L. N. Wilkkie....
640.10 L. N. Wilkle.....
640 L. N. Wilkkie ....
320 IL. N. Wilkkle ....
642.56 L. N.W11kle ....
636.92 L. N. Wilkie...:
640 L. N. Wilkie....
400 L. N. Wilkie....
640 ,L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie...
637.76 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie.,-
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
639.A2 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L.' N. Wilkie.....
640, L. N. Wilkie...-.
640 L. N. Wilkie..,.
640 L. N. Wtkle....
'643.,60 L. N, Wilkie....
r "Wilkie.;.".

640 L. N. Wilkie...
645.16 L. N. Wilkie....
642.35 L. N. Wllkie....
640 L. N. WiVlkie....
640 L. N. XVIlkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie...
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. 'N. iIlkle....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N ilk'e....
641.01 L. N. Wilkie ...
640 L. N. Wilkie....
641) L. N. W ilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
643.04 L. N. Wilkie....
642.40 L. N. Wilkie ...
520 L. N. XWil'-e....
641.12 L. N. Wilkie.'..
320 L. N.- Wilkie....
504.55 L. N. W"ilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
476.35 L. N. Wilkie....
652 L. N. Wilkie ....
652.15 L. N. Wilkie ....
647.2S L. N. Wilkie ....
640 L. N. Wilkie....
640 L. N. WVilkie....
640 L. N. Wilkle....
640 L. N. llkie....
640.84 L. N. I ilkip....
640 L. N. Wilkle...
0640 '-L. N. Wilkle....
640 L. N. Wilkie...
640 L. N. Wilkie....
6410 L. N. Wilkie...
641.37 L. N. WAilkie...
640 L. N. Wilkie...
640 L. N. WVilkie....
640 L. N. W-ilRze...
274.60 L. N. Wilkle....
660.64 L. N. Wilkie....
662.20 L. N. Wilkie...
640 L. N. Wilkie...
600 L. N. Wilkie...
641.70 L. N. Wilkie ....
640 L. N. Wilkie ....
59.85 L. N. Wil]kie ....
640 L. N. Wilkie ....
56.90 T,. N. W ilkie. ....
364.30 L. N. Wilkie ....
599.17, L. N. Wilkie ....
1 47.1d L. T. N. 11i I .-
1 >5 .!-0 L. N. W ilkie....
_27.52 L. N. Wilkie....
308.30 L. N. Wilkie ....

J. M. Bourland
Rosa Watitzky .
L. B. Daniels....

Mrs. E. C. C'oram
I. H. Trabue.'...

C L & F J Knight
C L & F J
Knight.. .. ..
Miss E. V. Coran


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19
20
26
28
82
2
6
10
18
20
2
6
8
10
14
18
22
24
28
8o
84
36
2
6
8
10
12
14
18
20
22
24
26
28
3o
32
84
36
26
28
30
82
34

8
10
12
14
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
2
4
'8
18
20
28
30
32
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
2
4
6
8
10
18
20
.28
30
32
6
6
IIZ
20
30


39
39
39

39
89
39
42
42
42
42
42
38
38
88
88
38
38
38
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38
38
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39
39
39
39
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38
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38
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38
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38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
38
38
38
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38
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38
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39
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38
D 38
D 38
> 38


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29
29
29
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29
29
29
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3o
80
30
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3o
3o
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30
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30
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30
30
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3o
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30
3o
30
31
31t
31
31
31
31
32
32
32
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32
32
32
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S w% ... .. ...... .
e3 and nA of e4.,.....,....
WeA and eW of nwA and n% of
IB% of ne% and. SI of nw1A and
ae% of awzA...... ............
SB of ne% and wJ of xeJA and
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i E4 of he%, and ne ..........
EA d. ... ... ...... ..... .
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8"% of S%....., ...... ........
E% of E%.... .. ......
E% of E%. .....,... ..... .
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..dgW of nwfandwA ..........
A lt. ... ... ....I .* .
All.... .............. .. .. ..
,w% of nw .. and swA..........
All .... ... .... .... .......
8 ll. of BW. ... ..... .... ....
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A1l ... ... ... ... ... .. .. ...
A ll. ... .. ... .****.. ** ** *
S. A ll. ... .. .. .. .. .. .....
.. E ftnd E% of BWIA............
^ .41 .. ..... ...... .
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A -1 .... .. .. . ....... .. *
A.N .... ...... .. .. ....
A :.41 ... ... ... .. ..
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E% and sw1,4 and se^% of nw%..
A ll .... .. .. .. .. .
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A ll Frac ... .. .... .. ... ...
A ll .. .. ... . .. .
All Frac less lot 6 ......... ......
A ll . . . . . .
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Frgl c .., .. ... 4 .... ....





x A ll Frac. .... .... .. ... .. .. .
Tl pINE LEVEL, 5 acres In a
- square, ne cor of sw Y& of sw

$ / CHARLOTTE HARBOR, lot 4.
, Lots 4,. 5 and 6 or w% block 35
_* LASTINGER'S ADDITION TO
I CHAIELOTE!E HARBOR, lot
I 'n 6, block 1 .. .... .. .. .. ..
I Lots 10 and 11, block 2 .. .. ..
|j^ KNIGHT ADDITION TO
r" CHARLOTTE HARBOR, lot
Is. ,. 1. block 1 .. .. .. .. .. ..
i / Lois 2, 3 & 4, block 2 ........


E. Wotitzkv.....
W. A. Sutherland
El Pahnmetto Ci-
gar Mfg Co...
'Est. ,q. M. Sulli-
van, .....
P. Gorda Lodge
No. 115 ........
Rosa' Wotitzky..
Edw. Wotitzky..
C.,' *. Denham...
Rebecca Arm-
strong .... ....
Mrs. Sarah Harti-
STian .... ... ...
G., B. Cromattia.
iMinuel Borges:.
WMirs. 'Sarah Harle-
gan ..........
A. Torrey....
4 knownn .... ..


Y2 of lots 17 and 18, bIock 32..
t 20, block 32 ...... ..........
t B sub. of lots 6, 7, 8 and 9,
block 33 ...................
t 15, block 33..'.. .... .... ..


Lot 8, block 34 .... ...... ......
Lot 15, block 41 .... ...... ....
Lot 5, block 42..... ...... ......
l ot 2,-block 44..... ...... ......
Lot 4, block 44 ...... ...... ....
Lots 5 and 12, block 44 ..........
Lot 7 sub. of lot 2 and n/ lot 1,
block 45. . .. ........
Lot 7, block 49 ...... .!...... ....
'Lot 2 or e% block 50...*.......
Begin on Shreeve St. 100 ft from
nw cor of'blk 50, run: se with
Shreeve St 35 ft, thence ne 85
ft to an alley, thence with alley
nw 35 ft, thence 85 ft-to beg,
(35x85 ft), block' 50. ..........
Lot 3, block 63...................
Lots 9 and 10, block 67........
All blocks 79, 80 and 81......
N' of lot 8, block 7............,.
Lot 11 sub. of lots 1 and 8 blk 8
Lot F less E 60 ft sub. of lots 2,
3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, block 8.".......
35x90 fie in se cor of lot f, blk 10
Lot 2 less E/ of n block 10...
E/ of se8d and- e 1-3 of w% of
sy- ofllot 7, block 10 ..........
Lots q16, 17, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29,
30 and 40, block 11............
All less 3, 4, 5, 6 block 1.4........
All less 3, 4, 5, 6, block 17 ......
All block 20 ...... .......... .
All block 20%, ...._... ..... ....
W 2 block 21... ..........
W block 22.. .... ... ......
LOts 2, 3 and 4, block 2,3..........
W% less 70x87/ ft block 24....,
Lots 1, and 4, block 25... ......
All less lots A, B, C, D, E, ;F, H,
; Land less 40x85 ft lot'N blk 26
All less 35x90 ft-and 90x100 ft
: and 90x213 ft, block 27........
A ll bolck 28. ............ ....
-Block 29 less 40x85 ft to Hoefer
arid,, less 40x85" ft to Lanier,
and less 5)xS5 ft to Ferguson,
and less 37x,5 ft to Gaskill,
and less 110x85 ft to beg. and
less about 37x.S5 ft to Gallaher.,'
and less 65x85 ft tq Parker and
less 85x85 ft tochurch, blk 29
Lots 10, 11, 12. block 41........
W. F. WOOD'S EASTERN
ADD TO PUNTA GODRA .....
Lots 5 and w, of lot 6 bIk 68..
Lots 3 to 1.S, block B.. .... ....
Lots 1, 2, 19. 20. block C.......
Lots 10, 11. 25. 26, block H....,,
Lots 29, 30. 31, 32, block J......
Lot 21, block K ...... ...... .
Lot 31, block L ........ ........
Lot 24, block Q ...... ....... .
Lot 25. block Q ...... ........ ..
Lots 10 and'11. block R ........
SUB. OF LAND IN EL PAL-
M- .iETTO OcIO-AIrt MFG. Co.
in SEV, of SEII OF SEC. 6,
TP. 41, R 23:
Begin at a stake 3.26 chs south-
erly from sw cor of Charlotte
Ave. and Cochran St. prelon-
gate from the town plat Trabue
in se!,4 of se,. sec. 6 tp. 41
r. 23, running on w side of
Cochran St. southeasterlv to
an alley 85 ft, then nw with
alley 40 ft, then 85 ft to beg.,
LANDS NOT SUB-DIVIDED
INTO LOTS AND BLOCKS
OF PUNTA GORDA:
Eli of e!-, and el2 of wx._ of ej,
and e'2 of w% of %%',2s of e1,i..
LAVILLA.
Sub-division of w of lot 4 and
that part of lot, 3 lying n of
wl, of lot 4 and w% of nw%
of sw4 and w% of sw% of sw
% & wI-, of nei of sw/ ofswU
Lots 19 and 20, block A......
Lot 10, block B... .. -....;...
Lots 3 and 4, block D.......
Lot 9, block D...............
Lots 3 and 15, block F........ .
Lot 20, block F ........
Lot 6, block G ......... .......
Lot 2, block H..... .........
Lot 1. block Ij ..*.. .... *. .... *--
All block Y .............. .. -'-
Lots 8 and 9, block Z............
Lots 10 and 11, block Z.......
SOLANA. .
Frac. sec. 32 and part frac. sec.,
33 tp. 40, r. 23 and lots 1 and 2
sec. 5 and part of lots 3 and 4
Lot 1, block 10.......... *. .. -.
W 3-5 of lot 5, block 10........
Lots 6 and 9 Inc., block 11 ......
Lots 6, 8 and 9, block 18. ***,.
TOWN OF CLEVELAND, NOR-
THERN PORTION, IN. .
Part of lots 1, 2 and 3 and. s of
awy/ 26, 40, 23 and lot'I1, or all
frac, 27. 40, 23 seY4 of ne% and
lots 1 and 2 sec. 34 and wV- of
n w '% . .. "* .. .. I "
All block 33 ...... ...... .....
Lot 3, block 45 .............. ..
TOWN OF FORT OGDEN, R.
R. SURVEY IN:
W1^' of sw'V and se% of nw',4 and
part of sw\\i of nw. ..........
Lot 8, block 10. ......... ;. .... **
Lots 9 and 10, block 12.......,...
.Lots 19 and 20, block 12..**., ....
All less lots 1, 9, 10, 19 ,and 20,
block 12. .... .. ... -. ... *
TOWN OF NOCATEE, B. K.;
SURVEY IN:
S;, of nwvtl ... .. "," .... .....** *
%-%RIGT (_RLTON'S "DDY)Tb(
NOCATEE IN:
Sub. of neX4 of semi .......*. .....
All less lots 7. S, 11 andl 12. blk 2
TCOWN OF ARCADIA, R. R.
All ecs. 25ad 36 Tp 37 R24i.
All sees. 30 and 31 Tp) 37 R 25
*Lot 5 w\ of R. ]iue. block 1 .......
Lots 4 and 5. bhlock '2. *... ......
1Lot 6 except '22 ft off w end, blk2-
L o ts 12. 14 a n ,d 15. b lo ck "2 ... .
Lots A. P. and E_ and ,. o'f lot F,
[ sub of lots 1 and '2 and part
of tot 3, block 4. . .........


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lJoshua Mizell...
'I. H. Trabue, Mrs.
C. R. Wade ....
B. B. Cor ell....

,4 ,4


wart .... .....
J. WV. Booth .....
N. H. Haines ....
I. H. Trabue ....
Si. H. Trabue ......
[ I. H. Trabue....


H. Trabue ....
H. Trabue ....
H. Trabue ....


I.
i.
I.


I. H. Trabue....


H. Trabue
H. Trabue
H. Trabue
H. Trabue
H. Trabue
H. Trabue
H. Trabue
H. Trabue
H. Trabue
H. Trabue


: I.


1. H. Trabue....
I. H. Trabue ....
I. H. Trabue ....


I. H. Trabue ....
S'" Mrs. Mary R. A1-
! len ...... ....


W"'. 1. Stetson ....
Samuek A Smoke
Samuel A. Smoke
John M. Samuel.
Mrs. W'. A. White
Richard Hall ....
Unknown .. ....
W. F. Wood ....
Annie Glassford..
Unknown .... ...


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6 41 23




5 41 23











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...A. WV, Oilchrist;'.-v
R. E. Maddox....
Mrs. F. D. Laugh-,,
H ]in .... ...... ..
Unknown .... ...
Mrs. C. A. Runy,
A; G." Smith....;;.
Fla. Com. Co...
A.. T. Gore.......
J. G. Torrey:,.:..
A. C. Cdchran..'
-B. ,L. Mitchell..-
Jno. H. Maddox..
A. W. Gilchrist..


:.O
' 2:39 .
1.00 ": *

2.12, '*
.'7
.73
1.00
1.00
10.01.,
.8.64.
.73
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22 37 23


H


I,


3.40



10.31





4.08
1.66
.94
.94
1.24
4.08
.94
.70
1.42
2.87
.94
.94



.70
.70
1.66
3.84





1.18
.70



5.28
.70
1.18
1.48


3.73


.73



1.55
2.64
1.S2
12.74


28.65
16.83
16.83
1.R2
1.01


7.5>'
1.93


Edward Lotitzky



S I.H. Trabue....




A. W. Gilchrist..
Green Richards..
:Newell & Gilchrist
Unknown ......
Mrs. Sarah L.
" Lamp .... ...
'r' Celia Campbell..
S. I. Huffman...
WA. W Gilchrist..
",C. W. Williams.
Edw. Wotitzky..
S. H. Willis ......
L. 0. Oliver ......


Lots 3, 4, 5, block 4.. ...
Lots 8 and 9 and south of
lots 10.-and 11, block 6 ......


C L & F
Knight.. ..
C. L. & F.
Knight.. ..


J


I All block '? .. .. .. .. ..
SJACKSON & REWARD'S AD-
DITION TO CHARLOTTE
HARB0.R, Lot 2, block 2,
Lots 1, 3 .8 and 4. block 3 1......
lOts 9 o10, 11.,12, block .3......
H. S.-' "SEWARD'S ADDITION
"" "TO" CHARLOTTE HARBOR
| All less lots 1, 2, 3, 4. block 1..
All less lot 1, oc 3.........
All less lots 1, 2, 3949 So block 5
DECOSTA ADD. TO HARBOR
VIEW, e% of neY,, Lot 3.
sec. 30, Tp 40, K 23, lot 3....
Lot 6 .. .. . .-'
46,E% of lot 12 and lot 13.... ...
Lots 18 and 19.. .. .. .... ..
Begin at se .cor. of block R, De-.
Costa's- Sb. pf w% of nwy& of
sec. 29, Tp. 0".,R 23, at ordi-
nary high water, mark thence
north along Eastern boundary
of said Sub. 678 feet to a point
14 feet north of se cor. of block
FB^^SIM. of. said Sub, trance e 20
lle 6es N 416 feet, then south-
ardly to sw cor., of Ostrumns
land, then westwardly anwd
r mautheaY along ordinary high
watermark to beginning, con-
I tainlng about M* acres, section
29, Tp. 40, R 23..... .. ..
;. ^ iiegn at a point 30 feet e of
S' se cor of block G, in lots 3 and
4, Sec. 2% Tp. 40, R 23, theuce
S n' 190, e 382 feet, s 190 feet.
... ^ w 382 feet to beginning, con-
-- training about 2 acres, Sec. 29,
S Tp. 40, R 23 .. .. .. .. ....
Ij .,, GROVECITY, Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8.
block 1I.. . .
I Lots:.-:, 2, 3,,,f 6j,7and ',loc'k'8
W Lot 5, block .16c.. .. .. .. .. ..
Lot 11, blodk 17i .. .. .. .
Lot 5,- block 19.. .. .. .. .. .
Lots, 14 and 16, block 27 ......
Lots 9 and 10, block 35 ........
Lot block 82b. ... .
Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and "d,
bDlock 82 ... . ." "
Lcs 13, 15, 11ind19. 'ii ock 8*5
Lots, 1, 3, 5 and 7, block 951......
Lots .1, 3, 4, 19 and 20, block 112
'Lots-15, 17 and 19, block 116 ....
Lot 1, block 132 ................
Lots 11 and 12, block 133 ......
All block 140 ...... ..........
;1'.-' Lots A and 5,, block 151.......
'! I' .Lots'1'6,'18 and 20, block 173 ....
L ots 11 to 20.inclusive, bl~oc.k 177
,t, ORgIALSUV'EY OF TRA-
'"BA, TOWN OF PUNTA
i, :tG ORDA;

,l, 33x34: ft off'.eend block 1.........
S : G fl: 1-ess 1" ft off nw side ad
S"'l *11 1tF o sub.- oflots 1 and 8.
'!i..:.~ ~ b o k'6....... ......... ..... .
"..- 'Lot J,'sub Of lot 1 and 8'.'blk 6
S .30 ft of lot G (30x83) ft in sub
-O6 lots. 2, 3, 4, 5. 6 and 7.'blk 8
. "egti tft -e ly. of ne cor of lot
;;' Iang' run s Oasterly 49 ft.
S'" .. 'tepe '-s ws~erly 80 ft, thence
J *.. : d-f6'fe'rly 49 ft,'-thence n east-
e gz' 'l 80 ft 0o' b.eg. in sub,-of lots
v ,, V '2 ..3, 5:'6 and" 7, block 8...
,).i -f l'ot C sub. of. lots 1), -
tf t, -3,^
:' )', 5 (J-and 7,.blo'k 8 '..o........

Lo ib of 1. 2, 7 and-8,
, ,S ^* ." '.r ,. '. . .
Z..
0-t i oflots 1, 2, 7 and 8,
:.i .:,.. J t ^ -. .-* *


4 33 25 .. .. 't
W. J. Marsh...... 4.05 .


'fr I


Stark & Durrahce- 8.1Z
Z. R. Taylor... .. .. ."
W.- E. Pabor.. .'.,. O. :l.F


A Smoke
A Smoke
A Smoke

S. Seward
S. Seward
S Seward


Samuel
Samuel
Samuel

Est. H.
Es t H.
Est. H.


10


3 33 28


lot 11 (or nL of n of n2 of. -
Frac. seY6 of se4).. 4 33 28 14.54 Unknown.. 1.90
N% of ne% of seY.... .... 4 33 28 30 N. F. Tatro.. ... 3.18
Lot 4, block 3 or se'A of neyL of ',,n,
nwY4 .. 9. .. .. .6 33 28 10 W. S. Burman.. 1.3
Lot 2,."block 4'or'nwl/'of' wi '
of nwY 4 .. .. .... ...... 6 33. 28 10 Jno. Y. Betti.. 1.30' .,
Eof sw% of s.vv, and nw% of:4
Esel/ and nei of swA... 10 33 28 100 A. E. Bennett:..."4.30 .
A V O N P A R K a ll . 1 3 3 2 8 ... -
Lot 13, block 1 ... 11 33 28 10 Geo$. Richardson.... 1.00,'
Lot 9 and 10, block 2........ 11 33 28 20 .United Land Co.. 1.06
AVON PARKM all .. .. .. .. .. 13 33 28
Lot 2, block 1 ...... ..... 13 33 28 10 Emma M. 'ro.sby 1.0QO
Lot 3, block 1 .... ... 13 33 28 10 Unknown.. ... .. 1.00
W% of lot 4, block 2. ..... 13 33 28. 5 Benj. Evans..%,h. .73
EV2 of lot 4, block 3........ 13 33 28 5 Jos. McLfoydL'.. .; '* ,
Lot3, block 5 ... ..... 13 33 28 10 Nellie F. Baldwin'
Lot 2, block 6 ... ..... 13 33 28 10 Geo H. Hammron"- IJ,.'. \
Lots"1, 2 3 4 or all block 15.. 13' 33 28 40 D. M. Lusk.... 7. .82 ^
'AVON PARk all ... 14 33 2.8 ,..
Lot 2, block 7 7 ... -.. 14 33 28 10 Henry.T. Howell 0 Y.0 .
Lot 3, block 7 ......... .. 14 33 28 10 Herbert S.. Dalton. 1.00 v" ..'
Lot 4, block 10 .. ... .... 14 33 28 10 F. A Bly.!'..-.. 1:':I' ...
Lot 2, block D, Sub. lots 2 and 3, '.-, ,.y
block 12......... 14 33 28 1 Hammond Stut-, < .
tendorf.. ',.".." :. 1.03'_
Lot 1, block 15 ... ..... .. 14 33 28 10 C. A.' Brilby. :. -4t q."C -
Lot 2. block 16 .. .... 14 33 28 10 C. Brilby ,.,.. 1.0t. '
AVON PARK, all .. .. .. .... 15 33 28 .'..*. ,
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, or all block 1 15 33 28 40 C. H. Goodrich.. 2.64
Lot 3, block 2.. ... 15 33 28 10 William T. West I1!.0
Lo t 3. block 15............ 15 33 28 10 Alice Lord..-:... .0.
Lot 5, block A, Sub. of block ::
16 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15 33 928' i Jacob A. _- tsapp .3 ..."
Lot 7, block A, Sub block 16.. 15 15 33 1 Geo. W. Crosby...-- .73
Lot 5. block B.. Sub block 16.. 15 33 28 1 Jno. T. Tate..... ',l. 0.1,
Lot 9 and 10, block B, Sub. block -, ''* '
Lo 15 33 28 2 Washington.. .: ,;.
16 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ." "Home for '-Imn ". ....
Xcurables'.'"' ;., 1.99'
Lot 16, block C Sub. 16 ....... 33 28 1 Jacob A. C.iapp _. .7 "
AV(2N PA 2RK all 2 3' 3 '
Lot 3. block 1 ... ... .. 21 33 28 1 Unknown.......... -? '.
Lots I to 5. Inc'. block 5.. .. .. 21 33 28 5 "Abbie R. D o e,, 1.. ''? '-'"
L 1 1, block In .. .. 21 33 28 1. MN .W Cocks:...- .',. *' .
yots2 blck 11. 21 33 28 1 M. L. Dufciam .."-o ".732 .'..
Lots S. 9 and 10, block 11.... 21 33 28 ..3,, Jacob A. Clap.,-.lfi0 .
Lot, 5 block 13 .. 4. ** .. 21 33 28 .1 Edwin F..Beh.,"4,-73 ". .,
Lo r 1, lok IS" ... .. .. .. I2 3 2 Celeste FPtroi.-:,.^ 1 ,
L:t S. block 21. 21 33 28 1 Clara A. Doeft g..;^-- *' >,'./
AVO N P R ,al.. 21 33 .2S -, .,
Lot, .A.. 1 3 *. *a", S a e ... *.:. "
A \ (-' I)IOKt^ "-" .. .. .. Pr-- "K ~~re "7-- *" .... *
F, -. ... 21 33 28 l"... savp u u".. e *.- 2:-.1,-- .
Lot 5, block 25.. ..2;.1usa u t es -.. _,70 .**y
Lot ... block _b.. .. .. .. .... "" ^. .: ^th .v ^': .;,:;. .- ,,'-
Los 6 to 0,'lo In.: block 28... 21 33 28. 5- r s. :. M S JD. '.', 6 .' ...
9 'F .t- *t" _*, "* k. *A ~ -:, '.,
..... .. ...k 31 .'. .. .. 21 *33 2.s 8. 5_ W .\w .ll .: ,3 .
Lv_)[ ,, A)IO K 0 .. .. .. .. ,o .. 22 3 .) 28 ."*^ X. .-' , :^^ *' . ," d '-"-"
-t s 22 33 28 -, ,10,u1tn,..-ck 8. 3......... fa.P a,
Lot 9. block ...... 21 -33 28. 1h.t r. 7;" -9
LOt N1 .b 'k .. 33 28.. 1 .^:t..,^'._A.
....... .. .. T b ... .. .. 22 33 2.--P"s' l.. .. -' .. .
Lt' h" ".. 6. bloc I 33o8 i -^ ca;- ^^^
Lot in ,,bl ." .. .. 21 33 28 ,$ ,, n ] .^,. ..,
L ,.,t.6. : ,k !15 :.. ... .. -" 2, .23 ,. ..-,.3
Lot V 2. blocoki 24.: ,11 1 *IR



Lot block ,5...-2 3,3 2 1 .'. 22.. 3 28 ,., ,1. c v ,- ,** .-
L ots7, d lb 6ek 8. b .. .. ",- :. 2 : o .. ., .: '3.
L ot.. b.ck .' 22 3 2 :. l .'-` t -_., T ... .t'], -.



.. ...** .' >,' .-'- .r .*" .: '.-,. a^:(-ek,...; ,';*, p ,,g l',l ',*
Lots 1 to 5,.I9c., block 26... "22 '33' 28 9 .. G. Bu~teigh'. '1',5- .


Lot 1 .: s .bl' ic' ,I .-, ,-0 4." 0 1 11.:
,,f...Lo J M e,- 25: ,. .- ;. --..2 _,,,2 1 -- *A. :1. .v .n


Q; rL *L '


John Cross.. ..
John Cross.. ..
W. A. Strong...
John Cross ......


Jane Jack .....
Jno. N. Parker..
'Jho. N. Parker...
Jno.'N.'Parker...


Fla. Corn. Ca....
Rosa Wotttzky..
_ ":t- _. ... ^- >.-


J. A. *Wllamhs....
M. J. ThompBon.
J. Fugate ........
Unknown .... ..


T. H. Johnson....


Edgar Carlton...
S-1. i ,' i


35 40 23




18 39 24


I


4.19
1.24
.94
.70
'.70
.70
.70
.70
.70
1.24
.70
.70
.0O
.70
.70
.90
.94
.90
.70
.94


A. J. Pexa.. ..
J. J. Gillau.. ..
Jacob Ganzen..
Rosa "Wotitzky.
unknown....
H. L. Curry.. .
S. C. Cochran..
H. L. Curry.. .
Unknown .. .. ..
Unknown ........
Est.R. F. Griffith
Henry Williams.
Est. 0. H. Desh-
ong ...... ....
W. R. Ball .....
F. E. Ball.......
Mrs. W. H. Per-
kinson. .......
Unknown ......
Mrs. Sallie J.
Swisher ......
Mrs; E. C. Coram
Unknown .... ...


K. B. Harvey...

R. K. Seward...
E. Wolitzky....,
1%Mr'.. Mary H.
Sm ith ........


"*"I" -*1'..' ;


23


38 24,


23 38 24,


AV. S. Stetson...
Est. Z. King ....
NV. S. Stetson ....
WV. W-. Langford
i,

Parker, Whidden
& Co .... .....
C. C. Rowls .....
WV. E. Robertson
W. E. Robertson
Laura A. Davis..
Warren Laflin &
C o(.- ... ......


.":*'


W'. E. Robertson.
W. E. Wildoer......


I





3RWHMMERWAREMKWWxmxm****t
I WAUCHULA.


I5s whe'Abot and Do Abouts. 0
At i i .


has stood t, he test 25 year. Average annual sales ---
over One- and a Half Mfllionii bottl. Does this record | R S
of merit, appeal t.o you? N> "ure, -No Pay. 50c.
Enclosed with every bottle is a Tcn Cent Packase of" GCROVE'S BLACK .OOT LIVER. PILLS. FOr 20 Years a.U all.fWe
-.. .eapa...r l .ed ba- r.* M E
.... ,. .. .-.... '-f ^ < ^f ^~f .:r *< Y ^^^ >^"..q,
*.. .. ; '" : ;' : : .". *; ='"' "' "


IM


J. D. SOUTH
Tax


i DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING.
Our counters and shelves are loaded with a new lot of dry goods,
clothing, shoes, hats, etc. They have just been opened up, and
we invite the public to call and inspect ,them. We will guaran-
S tee to sell these gcods at prices that will surprise and lease on. .
deSS 44$444444444444444^^^^^


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Nothing has ever Equalled it.
Nothing can-ever Surpass it.


'-~aq r


New 1scovery

FO1 I a r osand c ,T.i(
^O"S 50Cai$1.00
A Perfect For All Throat and
, Cure.: Lung Troibles'...
Mone back if it fails. Trial' Bottles free.


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DESCRIPTION OF LAND


Lot 9, bloel 31.. .. .. .. .. ..
Lot 2,. bJock 34.. .. .. ... ., ..
Lots 1, 2 and 8, blck 35......
Lot 10, block 37.... ......
Lot 20, block.47.. ., ... ....
AVON PARK,"al.... .... :
50x5o0 fet of'lot P, weat of Tank
Tower, block 48.S .. ....
Lot 14, blojek' 4 .. .. ..
Lots 17, 20,. 21.-and 24, block 49
Lots 9 to 1 2. -Inc., block 52....
Lots 6 to 12, Ific., block 52.... '
Lot 4, block 54.-. -.: ......
Lots 8 and 9,. block 54.....


r


22
22
22
2:2
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22


33
33
33
33
33.
33
'33
P33
33
33
33
33


28 1 Willard E."'
28., 1 Mary, Turn
28 '. -. gr.-i,
28 .1.e .,
28 N ..-t.
28 e- Pr .

28 Mr:. : ,



8 .. e*L-. l" T i
28 Aice-.. Prul
18 B' ,--




2 ,s .. *C tr D f 1. 3

-. r- ff : ..'
A e t M ar ', Am ."..
Cshas -. A 3

T J.Agent!. "" it .. .
"2. "enr.yE an..





28
2"-, .. xha .. G- 'if, -n ".
23 A F n 'B -L.
S 1 .,..V ..qL H^ vC l ta- ... ..1% ^ *
2eS c r. .. Br s .. -A .6. ,
2oms 4' D suteIil! 3 0
28 1 Ti. rab a. .a.'. *7 3








10 5 Jo. D. Sn

10l R.. P. Davirdson 1.5 *
W R.hit.tP ker. :. on. !3*'.,!,






2 2 C H. .0--.welI... .'"
2S A. ?. Btdd... 1 -














U k.n" n.' y. .- .... .... "73 .


ERLAND,
x Collector DeSoto County. (.









./



13Ki~ll Al D JEWELER^ l
3 ,, J. E. Bristol, .. 'i ,
























Deatler in W atchkes. Clock'*,,
_'; .. .. .

2Sder 2d if not on hBland, and.
*' "" \













you will gbt 'what yoi*-
..oi rd r..
.. 5a oroff..
2q
2S 'A 1( R. P. Davidso'I
1) R..- P. D Ixdson .
,) R..P. Da-vidsori.. I .S 3 '

'o ).D. Ihime\-.v 73 .
D :. a. K illnley "' "" .78
ERLAND,. :,
x Collector DeSoto Cotunty,.

Ulm C .f e q


rJ 4 'Tlf'' : 1. V, E PsA 14 0 J 7 EL Ek 9


Dealcr -in \\atch~es. .ChIc k- -,-
arnd ape~rtices. "Goods or',-"

dered it"inot on hand, a-d. '{1

-oL wNill ,:b h t VO, a
01'dord r.. .


uifala.haint sortAr ded yit nur
Sbait 4 e;rld Its bai-ial place of rest
S, in the grave yard.
Ithei'iter6as bin az anxus tell the
nnse as a hen ever wuz 2 set but sir-
eumstances would not remit.
The yegitabll seesun haz.putty nigh
kloed and thie'farmers'air 30 thousand
v $'s gooder thpn thqy wuz B 4 it opened
S fire. t '
Preparashuneas are already Bein maid
S fur next years crop. Wo expect to
fill'em up 'down north next season.
God endicahuQS furlots uv orange
crate material bein.'used next scesun.
Gecminette:!f!! tbe blden that haz
bin'dup and'iss, betli dun.,and iz 2 b
dus. I4ook, Me-'rs.".Rufo Allen, J. H.
Maddox and A. L. Turner's have about
oomtleted residences and Messrs A.G.
Smith, A B Townsend and Albert Carl-
ton hav theirs on the way of destuct.-
shin.
The. rale1toad'petpil' ait takenn uv
waterin these-stok so 2 speke by way
uv'ehlargeh thee. deo-wushli tha
wood water the hole kuntry fur it iz
ri*, more than heeded.
The increase uv the depo iz du in
part 2 the wails and crys uv the vegi-
table rumars'all of which a 4 said
eod not gft. room"odi 'he. ware house
pavil.n..,
1if amity gad in these gencrus fel-
,'rer I'sit, sit, sat, and sot and tell br
S' ..., pe ..Je fxre 6fcleirg'.wliar 2 ship,2 fur
"'.', eed' flTr own bene6t and notf thait

St*- rrLi'hinr has come in its joyouss old
ay and our atominaks and harts air full
of beans and unexpressibill joy, how
S. we the peepil uv Anmerica. Wauchula,
> Florida do morn fur the loss uv these|
S- deer drumers who go away fur the
'; 'sutrei 2 have the sete'uv their .pants
haf sled
S *e, Sandy Gaylorb'of the "town uv
Wauchula, county uv DeSoto, state of
S, Floridy du hereby publish to the read-
S in public at large that it is my inten-
shtn 2 purclae obe sooty' barrow nd
gointo the hog. .business, in a 4 sed
town fur the purpis uv complete the
S edgeucashut =uvn.my boy twins, who
were borrred of the same parentage
S an.tnashunalitee, in order that they
m. y -ther there 4)est so. 2 speke:pn
.sed depo pavjlynn, and tawk free of
charge 2 a-deer peepil abdut the best
and safest shippen pints. '
Verily, verily .l.say 2 you when the
proposed rale rode f'com Plant City 2
Fd&ta Pearce iz bilt' by the way uv
Wauchula and Avon Park and thusly
dowbly jine us to the north thereby
reduses or-itrate rate, by komehtishun
^ arid b'y so d'oih' .ut mo money rite
S iw2 our pockets thafn'we nead then Wve
S expect to take up a kollectshun. fur
Smigshuns.and send a hard shell preach-
er. to visit a kase o4 the asthmaa.
. ..MARRIIm E.
': Car d ." .'
q 1oomi "dressed in ,konvenshunal
black-long split taLledicoat, vest and
paj'ts likewise. Bride attired ifi white
silk dress with red velvet frunt.
Catholic priest 2 perform the sirimony
B 4 a big large lonkourse of wiitin'
Sfr nd's. Brother-in-law's horse strays
of.r The thingdiznt happened. Ex-
prAshuns in person 'uv simpathy and
futl stomnicks rom'the dcity muv Foart
Green. '
Water millions and peaches arriving
in plenty. ;. .:" .. .
Spaiards Captures Hotel DeSoto
AA mecans 'soot '%o-' evacuate vit-h
the honours of war. :, ,.
y : L'this brings us to,a ,vital pint and
that iz this'. Has the year uv 19 and 3;
.... a 4th uv July 2 it? 'When di it kuiu
and what is to be dun in the city- uv
faiq maidens (Wauchula)?
S Mr. Freeman ,the fotograffer frum
B^',row is.now'lokated over Carlton d'
.. Chriton store. Look purty and kum
ail' *'" Yours I reckon,
',/: SAwNDY GAYLOnn.
P. S, V"ry important.:' Tother day
there wuz a won legged man, a cross
eyed wontani and a niger baby in town
all the same day neither uv which in-
kludes Mister Harts jack.


'. NOTICE.
State of Fl..'_dta, t
bD hl,,t ,,u t'.lill,
TT -ALL Vi ,' I H..MAY T,->'. PN :
You o a li, rely n t. liel tnI r fm r .- Ai l
date I w All i, .i.lv'r,, Ju, l.- A E P". ,:-> u,_,.>t.
Judge of -, i ..)i _-ty, Oir at. n or.n ai t _,, i .-
iin .ul- t., }1 ,i private: sale, the 'n:,u ; nIl1f ,,t'
the northeast mitrter, iLIhl thn ini-,rri hiH' ..tf
the solth'. .-t ,4u 'tcer ,,t r'n.1 .-,i.n ,],., .an -.
iquithb v,-t quart-e .,It ti ,:- n:orhw-.-t ,LIIrir
ai'., then ,i rt, h 'tt' ]1,111.' half o L We n nhv w t
lU artist ,,f th "':,litI-j\7r -l. ,Ioa !'rtl' *,_ -, i. .l .
to~q!-hil>:}7 S,.iuih .-.ra'ii-e *2-}*: tiln-t. ly~n-' ,,,)d~
ill~ a IQtr
I't.l-yIs l ',ai!j-i: ,in ty Kh,:l state. an,.1] .,,-iti-. tL -
pr$.,erty Geo.('. MIz^ll..d:.ceas .).
Dated at: Arcadla, Ili.rida,<.n tilli 'h d:y .,f
JA .:.,."I'!:.;. ." .
,, D. V.E;.EY MIZELL
.. 1, A l iini t 'ra t.: or.
A estate f e'',.r.-e P-. MIz.-IIL, d...easd.


Lot 1, block 5. .. ... 22 33
Lots 10, 11 antil 14. block 55.. 22 33
Lot 15, blo;-,k 55 -. 2 33
Lot7 9, 12 and 13. block 56.-' 22- 33


Lot 18, block 65... .. .. .. .. .'.
Lots 6 and 7. block i .. .. "
Lot 22, block .. . .. ..
Lot 17, blck B .. .. . .
Lot 3, block H.


22
22
S22
S2
22


33
33
33
33
33


AVON PARK.. .. 2 33
Lot 2. blooh l.k .. 23 43'3
Lot S. block 1 .. ............ 23 331


Lots 1 aind 2, !blo_-'-k 3 .. .....
o of w', of lot 3. block 3..
Lot 6, block 3 .. .. .. ..
Lot 7, b ,ck 2 ..........
Lot 1. l lock 4 .. . .
L ot 1 :,l. 4k 4 .. .. .. .. .. ..
AVON PARK .. .. .. .. ..
Lot 6, block 2... .. .. .. .. .
Lot 1 andl 2. I:loc,:k 3. .. .. .. .
AVON PARK...... .. .. ..
L ot 2, l:,.!;:,,:k M . . .
AVON PARK.. .. .. .. ..
N ', of I ? of lot . .
AVON PARK............
V'.. ,-f ,tI, 1 :. 1 l ck 4. Suli:. of
4 1 0 ,f .F' 1' .. .. ..
AVO :N PARK .. .. .. .. .. ..
Lot 1. l; k 5.. .. .. .. .. ..
L-,t 1. b1,lock G. . . . .
Lots 1 .-n, 4, bl :lck 9.. .. .....
TOWN O'F PABOR LAKE IN
Ei, OF NE.. .. .. .. .. ..
Lot i6, block 7.. .. .. .. .. ...
LOt 6, block 1Q.. .. .. .. .. ..
Lot'3, block 21,.' .........


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27 33

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W. H. SEWARD,

G^fENERAL MERCHANDMISSE9

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If you get it at Seward's, it's good.

GROCERY. EXCELLENCE.
A SERMON ON QUALITY..
you buy your groceries at Seward's you get the very best
noney can buy, and it pays to buy good goodods, too. The .
-giving, nourishing result of food 'depends largelytnei its
and freshness. You cannot get good results from inferior
,s. And the best costs no more here than the "just-as-good"
elsewhere. We guarantee you the full worth of your
and entire satisfaction on every purchase........ .


S When
*^ your n
Health
purity
article
kind
S money


-A \ niO ANYV


SDR. D. (. BARNETT,
_* DENTIST.
Office overGore & Scott's Store'
'Phone 54.
S. ARCADIA, FLORIDA.
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M. A. Wilsonx ,..._. ..J-.la,-.ngn,
WILSON & SWEARINGEN,
Attorneys At Law. ,
Office over T. D. Bourland &jCo's store,
Arcadia, Florida.


ARCADIA, FLORIDA.


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T. B.KING, President. C. C. CHOLLAR, Cashier.
ALBERT CARLTON, Vice-President. E. A. HOUSTOUN, Ass't Cn;h.,
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DIRECTORS:
ig, Albert Carlton, R. E. Hidden,
J. fi. Treadwell, C. J. Carlton, C.C.I


Z. N. Parker,
Chollar.


B. Kin


1 b" pleased to receive the aeeountLs of Mercantile Firms and Indlividuals.


Interest Paid on Time Deposits.


f MAIRS. AMANDA EVERETT, of .
Sf Brandon, Miss., tells how ,.F. P.
cured her of Menstrual. Troubles,
< after other means had failed:
"For eight years I suffered at my monthly periods, and it seemed impossible for me to find any
relief. I tried many different preparations and had doctors to prescribe for me, but all resulted in
total failures. I tried the quinine and hip bath treatment but it did me no good. I had heard of
G. F. P. so I resolved to try it. Almost immediately aftet I began taking it I could feel a soothing
influence stealing over me, and only a few bottles wereirequired to relieve me entirely, I have rec-
ommended It to my friends and many of them are using it with great satisfaction. 0., P. is be-,.
yond question the best medicine that any woman can use,
A letter containing full particulars of your trouble and (. F. P. can 'be bought from all druggists
addressedto the Ladles' HeaIti Club, care of L. Gerstle & and dealers in medicines at $1 a bottle. Take
Co., Chatanooga, Tena., will secure you expert medical 0 BUbstitute, butilns/st O havin g Q.P.P.
=ovice free of caarge. n s o


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The Old.Standard


xrPove s Iastels h II Tomc


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A Costly Mistake.


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lenderss are sometimes very expen-
sie. Occasiofially life itself is the
price of a mistake, but you'll never be
wr.png if you take Dr. King's New
,-fe Pills for Dyspepsia,. :Dizziness,
,tHadAaclhe, Liver and Bowel troubles.
They ar-gentle yet, thorough. 25c, at
!d. Grecene'. Drug Store.
SYou Know WlhaitYouAre'Taking
When you:take .Grove's 'Tasteless
Gh0ill Tonie,, because t e formula is
' V'dinly ptinited.on.every bottle shliowing
that it is simply: IroW'i and Quinine in a
tasteless form.. No cure, no pay. 50c.


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rHE'DE SOTO COUNTY NEWS.


A Shrewd Investor

will be glad to- know how the
greatest accumulation of trust
funds in the world is invested.
A young man who is just
beginning to accumulate and,
invest his savings will be
interested in a booklet that
describes the investments of
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York. This
information is found in
"A Banker's Will." Sent free
on application.
This Company ranks
f'trt-In Assets.
First-I n Amount Paid Policy-holders.
.first-In Age.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
RICzARD A. MCCURDY, President.

CECIL WIELCO Manager,
Jacksonville, Florida,


BARGAINS.


RJ. J ~ Na

Choice lot Il inch pipe, second-
haind. Dry season is coming, bet-
ter get ready. Write

G O. W. 'M0YERS,
" OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.


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MURK EMGINK B01tR8919G.1
That Needs Overhauling?
IRRIGATING PLANTS ERECTED.
Call or drop me a card. All work
: guaranteed.
W. H. GILES,
o1st lfce Residence:
Pt. Ogden. Ft. Winder.


rc-a Dru tor

ED. GREENE, M. D,, PrtQprietor.'
Pure and Fres :i rug, Standard Preparations, Reniedies and'
SDruggist Suppli '

PIR(IRIPIIONEifOUTNSgi1


J. G. SLA VEN,

Seal Estate. ..

FOR SALE. T.vo story boarding house with thirteenl'bed-r(,-oms, dining
r-,-ni and kite-hen. The house is centrally located.'and ha-. sixteen
iboarders tt present. One acre of land partially set inoran-;e trees, aud
a good stable goes with thlie property.
SAlso a small farmi of five aeres adjoining State Orphanage. In liighstate
of e ultivatio lV: "
Four new and sulstnntial cottages in center ,f Arcadia for-)r-.,ale at bar-
rAin;. "'Timli-red Lands in small tracts. Farms. Farminii Lards, Oi-
ang, Groves and ('ity PI'roperty. I can offer groves at any price ranig-
nig t'romi .1,5, to .,15.',n.,. A few groves can -he ..purchnsvd on time
playImvnts. 10,000 acres ofn well timbered land for sale



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NO. 5534.

Thle First National Bank of Arcadia.

Capita! Fuily Paid $30,008. Shareholders Liablity $3,, rpus10,000. Sr 10000.
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"S T'r ,, '^WHITE'S CRE-. "
VORMS! VERBM FUC E!
Most in Quantity. Best in Quaity
or Yeari as Led1 a ormRemede sl
pared by--" JAwS F. BMi.D S. .OUiaS


IF 100,000 WOMEN
were to pass by you, take youby the hand and say: ,'G. P. P. cured me of
female troubles, and I know it is the best medicine ever made for womenF)
would you believe them? Almost that many women have written letters
begging us to try and place G. F. P. where every suffering woman can get
it. It has relieved them of the pain, sickness and despondency caused by
female diseases and they want every suffering woman to use its
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oYouTake Quinine:

It's 10 to 1 you do if you are a victim. (
of malaria. : .
S Don't Do-It. It's Dangerous. *
We'll admit it will cure malaria, but it leaves
almost deadly after effects. .
HE RBINE


is purely vegetable and absolutely guaranteed
to cure malaria, sick headache, biliousness,
and all stomaeh,-kidney ald liver complaints.
-TRY IT TO-DA. D
50 Cents 'L Bottle. All Druggiss