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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: August 15, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00408
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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HoSTILE FORCES ARE,GRADUALLY DRAWING TOGETHER RbSSIA MOLING Will Enter Government Urged to Provide a
1YtOMILUONMEN CARRANZA WILL TAKEMexico Mexico City and GuaranteeLife War Risk for Vessels Sail-
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:t IN.A' FEW,DAYS' London, Aug. 14.-A dispatch to Mexico City, Aug. 14.-(Special.)- Mexico City,in Aug.Mexico 14.-To is all ap- Washington, Aug. 14.-Financiers
war
pearances practically of national and
the Central, News from Rome says Carranza announces that he will take repute represntativesof
that according to reliable information possession of the capital Sunday. The at an end.Formal shipping and other industries from
Paris Reports It Certain Japan Will St peace pact was signed last all over the country gathered here today .
from Petersburg
: Russia has mobilized legation guard is coming in tonight I evening between the acting president, I(I and discussed with ;.
Y 2,000,000 ,men on the German and citizens of the 'United President Wil
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2 ,. Declare War on Germany and Austrian frontiers, half a million States are taking ,the precaution to I Eduardo Iturbide, and General Obre- son, Secretary McAdoo, Secretary ;
gon, representing Venustiano Carranza Houston and members of
I I the federal
on the Turkish and Rumanian fron raise the American flag for their pro- constitutionalists.
first chief of the
I reserve board problems of foreign
exchange -
tiers is
and holding in
3,000,000 re- tection. :
Beautiful Swiss Woman'Courtmartialed and Shotfor Attempt to and
serve. So far there has been no disorder.] transportation of the
'Y Blow 'Up '.Taanel-Ambassador; Gerard Cables the State I The agreement for the evacuation of The document forms the basis un- grain and cotton crops to European
s der which the constitutionalists will
markets.
4' Department"That,Americans Are Safe in Germany GERMAN PATROLS REFUGEE IN the city was signed today by repre- enter the capital. It sets forth
guar- More ships to the
SWITZERLANDLondon move great crops ,
sentatives the federals and Car-
7: 1 =: Eiffel Tower Re4. of antees of the life and of
4 Wto'Lo don From property I now held back as a result of the war -
ranza. It provides for the surrenderand
'.., ports'French Victory.in Which:.Many Aug. 14.-A dispatch from disarmament of the federal citizens of the capital. and promises a j II and restoration of the market for :
peaceful occupation.The
bills of exchange, were the principal
Paris to the .
Exchange Telegraph
f.. t Prisoners,Were Captured company says the French ministry of troops.U. pact was drawn up at the request I subjects taken up at the conference,
of the state department at
war has received news from Berne, S. PROCLAIMS NEUTRALITYIN considered among the most importantever

Brussels,.,Aug.: 14..--SpeCi:( .) The clash between. ,the two Switzerland, that numbers of Ger- ENGLISH-AUSTRIAN WAR I Washington, which informed the Brazilian held here. Those who accepted '
I legationhere that this was nec- the invitation >
might}' armies draws,near and the German advance became more man patrols have taken refuge in 'Washington, Aug. 14. President! essary. General Carranza, chief of of administration lead-

pronot1lced.and general today.. Their infantry' advancing in the Switzerland. It is stated that noI I!Wilson issued a neutrality proclamation j I the constitutionalists, combatted the ers J.to P.attend included the following: :
James J.
-directipn, of Tongress''and' St. Trond and, another attack is, expected , French frontier.troops have crossed the Swiss j I Great today Britain covering and AustriaHungary.Superintendent the war between. idea of signing any document, saying jamin Strong Morgan, James, Speyer Hill, August, Ben- 'i{

m: the direction of Diest and, Aerschot by several army unconditional surrender was the rightof Ulrich, P. A. S. Franklin and Seth ,

t corps.?;Aerschot'is. .-.25 miles from.Brussels. i I his conquering army. After an all Lowe, of New York; David R. Fran- i

:News :hasbeen,.received that the mayor of Aix la Chapelle, I day debate over the question, however cis, of St. Louis; H. R. Eldridge, vice- }
; J.: F. McKinnon; a compromise was effected under president of the National City bank
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Germany, has ,issued _a, proclamation announcing that great , representatives
.+ of German troops'are to through the city Saturday I I -
masse : pass, ; the constitutionalists. of the New York chamber of

_Aix la' .*Chapelle is.in direct" "line with. the-theater'of war in centralBelgium. Makes a Reply to His Critics I The federal forces still occupy Cua- commerce; James H. Fahey, of Bos-
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utitlam. General Velasco, the former ton, president of the chamber of commerce J
minister of war, who is their head, of the United States with
An official announcement says large number of French troops I a x
Within two days the three and thus them from lawfully last night issued a proclamation to
newspa- prevented delegation from that organization including J
,have left to the northeast of Namur.
Belgium'and are proceeding
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pers of the town have.given space for receiving their salaries? Why the nation saying the army would be Frederick Bode and A. H.

The: ;German' troops marching on.front. stretching'from St.TrontTto vicious attacks on the county.superintendent I not blame the trustees and the school dissolved. Patriotic duty, he said, Mdliken, Chicago; James G. Cutler, :;

Haisselt and 'their cavalry, occupies, a, position to the of public instruction.. What board? And while an effort is being made this action necessary, as further Rochester; R. G. Rhett, Charleston, !

right 'of Haisselt. is the occasion for these attacks? I I made to arouse sympathy for the fighting undoubtedly would bringon S. C.; H. L. Ferguson, Newport News, '

'Thus every'-move:made by the opposing ,forces in their maneuvers They contain nothing new, nor has [teachers and create sentiment in their American intervention. Va.; John Joy Rhett, Washington, i
for the superintendent taken any new favor as against the superintendent, Carbajal Left a Message. D. C.; Josiah Quincy, Boston. :
positon in..the:: impending battle carries them closer to When Provisional President
stand, delivered Carba-
or "
N any new utter- why overlook the seven hundred and
each ocher, and there is now. more,than, a possibility that.a great ances. He did not--even take public fifty children who received no service jal left the city on a special train Urge Government to Provide a War.

battle- [will- "be.fought. on. :or'near the ,historic, Waterloo' battlefield.- notice of the sensational account ,of for the large sum of money it is pro bound for Vera Cruz yesterday heft e Risk

In'a:perfect, circle the German line ,has been extended, ;north-: the occurrences in the last meetingof posed to pay out? Is it not the chil- l behind 'a manifesto to the nation In conference with Secretary Mc l

eastward around Liege,and then 'northwest to Haisselt and St. the school board. He felt that dren's money collected primarily for saying that he had done his best in.a Adoo, the business men agreed that t
enough had been written to define their benefit Was the superintendent ,: provisional capacity to save the country first of all ships must be found to .
Trondwhere theGermantroops and to Diest and
: ; massing
are clearly the position of the parties in elected to conserve the interestsof I from further bloodshed but that carry cargoes congesting railroads J
Aerschot:where another,,preliminary skirmish is hourly expected. the controversy. Why this continued teachers alone? Should he not I his peaceful overtures had been met and terminals. It was the general ,

ro Sharp 1 fighting,occurred at half a dozen different places throught agitation? also guard the interests of the children on the part of the constitutionalistsby opinion, however, that the govern i

t :war:zone today'in,addition to the continuation of the furious Mr. Howard .says "the patience ofIongsuffenng for whom the whole system of uncompromising demands for an ment must provide a war risk for 1

bombardment of the Liege forts.'JAPAN a people has been completely education is designed? unconditional surrender. j both ships and cargoes, as already t
; exhausted." Who gave Mr. In the meeting of the county board I II \ Two paths lay before him, he said, has been done by England and France, "f

Howard the as reported in the an j. to fight or to accede to the constitu- or the amendment to the shipping ;}
authority to speak for I I papers, appeal
WILL DECLARE WAR AGAINST I
GERMANY
',. the people? Has there been called I was made to the county superintend i!I i tionalists. Under such conditions the laws to bring foreign vessels under .

Paris,:Aug. 14.-(Special.) The Journal tonight states that it and held a meeting of citizens at ent to sign the warrants of the teachers i president claimed that his govern American register would lose much '

is absolutely'certain that*Japan will, declare war against Germany which Mr. Howard was appointed to "for the sake of humanity." I ment could no longer exist and he of its value. No proposal to lower or i

..;, express ,their indignation? Thereare For:.the sake of a larger humanity, I concluded:. substitute the gold reserve in the
\_. .. scores of people in Orlando who and in a higher sense than some seem "I leave the high post which I have banks was taken up. 41

WOMAN COURTMARTIALED AND SHOT would' resent the imputation that Mr. able to appreciate, the superintend I occupied in the belief that I have fulfilled After the meeting at the treasury !

Howard is their mouthpiece in this ent has refused to sign these war my duty towards my country during which Secretary McAdoo also
;: Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. :14.--(Special.)-Madame Schwarz, discussion. Mr. Howard was among rants. But great pressure is broughtto and entrusting the lives and interestsin outlined the financial situation from

'of Basle, a 'young' 'andbeautiful: Swiss lady, who married one of the first to volunteer his approval of bear to force the superintendent'saction. the capital to the governor of the I the government's point of view, the

1 :the richest men in.Alsace-Loraine, was shot today after a court- the superintendent's attitude on the federal' district. business men went to the White f

martial.. 'She was.accused of attempting to blow up an important school question, and it is well known Much ,stress is laid on the resolution "The whole responsibility for the I House. if

tunnel;on the railroad' line, near 'Leopoldschall. She made no that he was elected trustee by those of the state board of education. future rests with the revolution and I
who stood for superintendent's The impression is sought to :be made if we should behold with affliction a !
:secret.ofher intense'French sympathies. view as opposed to the view of the that it was the opinion of the state repetition of the situation which I am : FRANCE[ WANTS AmC t

former trustees. Mr. Howard has recently board that it was the duty of the trying to put to an end the truth 1
;:FRENCH TAKE MANY GERMAN PRISONERS gone over to the opposition and superintendent to sign the warrants. would be manifested once more thatby
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Paris, via London;, Aug. .14.-(Special)-A wireless press dispatch has become their leader and defender.Is Mr. Sheats' letter published with his violence society can not be reconstructed j

from the Eiffel ,Tower says the French,troops"have checkeda it supposable that all of those who permission shows to the contrary. ."

vigorous attack_by vthe_Germans in the Vosges passes.- At Scale supported him for office have gone The trustees misled the state boardin Quiet reigns throughout the city. MORGAN WANTS TO KNOW 4
bodily with him making the impression that all had I '
,Pass, the .Germans,lined their reserve formations with exhausted TWO MORE PLAGUE VICTIMSREPORTED IF LOAN CAN BE FLOATf
to settle the
,The Reporter-Star admits that the agreed matter in ad '
troop's/who: .surrendered:in groups. In, one case a whole sectionwas superintendent has supporters but declares vance of the supreme court's decisionif ED HERE '

taken prisoners and a, number of machine guns were cap, that an overwhelming major- only the state board would not hold
New Orleans, La., Aug. .-Two
=tured.? ity against him. it against the superintendent The ,
: :.... are By what means more well defined cases of bubonic Question of Violation of Neutrality -
has the superintendent not only did not enterinto
Reporter-Star become

possessed plague were discovered in this city Put Up to President
GERMANS.. .CHANGE ,METHODS OF'ATl'ACK ON LIEGE of this information? Has a' such an agreement but did not late yesterday, making seventeen i in Wilson for ',,,,
: :r FORTS census been taken or an election been even know that the state board wasto
all since the first case was reported
,
I held and the be consulted. And the action othe f Decisions
majority determined?
_./ nAAi on June 27. Two plague-infected rats
London, 'l16 I Brussels_ telegram to the Exchange -
These writers do state board was nothing more -
newspaper not
:; Telegraph company" Li says. 'J acne Germans have transferredthe employ argument to show the error than a consent not to hold it against also One were of the discovered new victims during of the the dregplague day. Washington, Aug. 14<-J. P. Morgan

,. ', '>tymbardment of the ege0rts from the right to the left of the superintendent, they do not the superintendent, if he should sign is Herman Schulz, a Seventeen & Co. have inquired of the state

:'F side Hof..the river Meuse. F0'ntasse sustained the worst assault contribute any new facts' but make the warrants. No opinion as to his year old boy, who resides at Nd. department what the' United States

.t : tlie.enemymptmg'tsh-the'fort, the main force not broad and unverified statements and duty is expressed. The fetter of Mr. 1836 Ibervffle street. He became ill government's attitude, would be to-
'r artillery me' abuse the superintendent Sheats follows and speaks for itself: ward a French war loan, of several
: relying onsiege: : .ack is developing great fierce two weeks ago but his trouble was
Abuse of an opponent is the lowest [ hundred millions to be floated in this
I but as yet.has been unsucce Tallahasse, August 3, 19't4. not diagnosed as plague until today.
,
ness uI.the Germans mowed
being form of controversy, resorted to only country.It .
Hon.
1t J.F. :McKinnon, His sister, Mrs. J. Bua, was taken
dowfe atevery attempt tocarryj'folt ic tions. by those who are, conscious of the Orlando, Fla. I from the house after is also understood that certain
same Wednesday
: weakness. their cause. But why Dear Sir-Yours of July 28th I financial houses have.approached the
!! ALl her illness had been diagnosed as
AMERICANS ARE reached the office while I was in East
; "SIGHT m GERMANY seek to cast odium upon the superin Florida the last few days, of last i plague. i government with a dear,to ascertaining -

Washington; Aug.. 14"t51 \ The ambassador to Ger tendent? Why not blame the county week. f The other victim was Anthony Gu- : its attitude toward an Austrian r
tlmanyJamesW"Gerard' ] - treasurer who The state board o! education, had :
,cabled after paying the unsigned : loan for an unnamed amount
lOvieh He
;: : state department a detailereprrt ] d no knowledge of the matters that aged fifty-two. was em
:. today,,which, shows that- l\ncans all. the German warrants for six consecutive were to presented by the delega :ployed at the French market, the : The Morgue request was taken up
over
: 'being"cared\ and i. months stopped so suddenly as to jar tion from your county until the delegation , largest market in the city. He resides by the international law experts, who '
r 'empire- are -- .. there'fa means Q{ eoIrimuni. : the entire town.' Why not nag him was'present and called for a at No. 1817 Carondelet walk. decided such moan would violate no
s eating with Americans..in the mmote.districts'. ,A'mbassadoceztard r and persuade' and entreat him to pay meeting that of,the board., It is my recollection provisions of/the neutrality laws.
stated to'the board
they
indicates:that the 'movern 1t of refugees through south these warrants? He simply stands that the ,warrant question had beenappealed'to MONTENEGRINS SUCCESSFULLY !'They pointed to the precedent when

Germany: is pr1eicallfibl; butHolland the routes through by the,law just as, the'superintendentIs ; the ,supreme court, ,but INVADING AUSTRIA |Japan borrowed millions here during
; doing. R'hyS the impression created that al if
., not bring pressure to was London, Aug. U.-A special -iher war with Russia, but it finally
: are_open., 4 bear to induce or force,' the, county parties were now willing to settle the dispatch from Rome.today '
;}: matter before the court had rendered paper says j was decided that a broader questione
treasurer to ignore the,lav' ,and paythese Jits decision, and all that was net s-,the Montenegrin troops, aided by th in the policy of international relationswas
k Curtis & O'Neal will" have.in a'r- THE WEATHER warrants? Why,not blame the' sary to secure your signature was*inhabitants of Herzegovina are successfully ; involved, which only could be de- -

dafa; war mapst15c.: *pocket sn ---.;.. ,* trustees and'the. county school. 'board[]I some kind"of assent from the state invading Austria, whose cided by President Wilson. .b
board that
the
matter would.not be
wall Leave your, order. 'Florida: (Local: thundershowers' who"stepped,in between the teacheand rs held,against you' Under this impres- blockade of the' Montenegrin coast I The proposal, accordingly, was referred
,Saturday'and.probably,Sunday.' , the fulfillment of.their contracts, ? "' has practically ceased. to the White, House.
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} .' 'eewcil will : Hi. Neln .. . 250 SPUf' A and Mrs E. C... .
.eet.'m .,
S. .......... J. ..... Blok . .. 909
Peck F.j..N.
YouC C :. 150 W. ............... :.. Lots
: (: and Prl R 150 M. J. C..........,. %40 t 1. ft Spur. lolden, .Mrs. I* 5/..... .
aPtei M If ;eight o'clock i..a.fot .Vie Stella ... :.; 350urlbert : .... :........:.:.: Neil : . Add .. 800
f" .' : ... :, ,. T H 1...........,.... 200 Shule. 10Opla. A.... .........;!;..... 7,500 Wright, Mary H.. pone Annie M.......... . .. '
: t ; tbe jwrpOM of.re keg, correcttef Merrill,:J. .....:.........;N.t 250 Subdivision of Southweit' Hi Tilden, W. L. .......... .. 400 Wright, H....... :,0 'ound. Ida L... ....... .. . 6 vvHa 0

,.Bd'eqwliziag the. Unknown. Lt.1 a%Blk J. .... 600 Quarter..f Section Holrk J. P.... ,..... .... 5,600 Sperry ft R .... .... %0 Ba W. H........... ... 609
: : city'"ate Widow, . . ,...*.....,., '.WOO Rbt...............1..,..... 700 .veringham Grni., .. .... E. C... ...... ... 1,600

mt'reH far the;year. <1914 Ste.a M. M. .:.,.............i 800 Stevenson, W. E. ..... ....... 600 White, a S....... .......... 1,100 Gunnies & Sperry................... 400 Dn Giddeon .. .. . . . 609
'< < J W. .. ......... ..... 500 SteD M. .................. UOO PeteD EUe and Ely....:.,..... 1,000 W. N. 800 Dn. William *....,.,,,, , ,

'n crrt'cei'ABS:: M K THE YEAS Jarr . .. ........-.z. .UOO Stven W. 'E. ...... ......... 350 Br. H R.... ..,,4....... 400 Hurd 400 Kiley. W . .. .... .. 600
.' \! Nrlrol HardinM.RS. ...........; .... 500 O'Ne Mle c Est ....:.. '.200eIna E. ....... ,.. 400 Grannies B .. .... 500
.
Sperry's Smh ... ... .
Jenage. D.: S. and .,.. MeitruD ....... ... & AdctonCdwe .
A ... 1,500 o .. .. 1,600 w"nw.: UO
c.
: " P. .. .,.., .. Being the Sobdivisioa of the .. ....... ..... .. ... ..
AbWtt's. 8saWe..t.the NE% .( the SE% Rbi C ;....... 400 P.rk R.lnd . .... W 16
.
,,> See. 23... DanD H ........ .,........:. 850 Quarter of the N.rhm %0 M C V. 6,000 Bullk Mr E ...... .. . . .

-1 t 'Name Amount Br. C T. .:./......;.;...... 1.500 Quarter of Section % I C McKee's SIT on of Lots 6 and 7 [ Grni "Sp.. .. .. .... 1,qpp .F Ire F.. ......... io

. . . T.,1:... of 5 Bra 1,000 An eu. r.nel J...... .... '
: : S. S UOO 700 ..
: Holt
-. .Q'Jouett..G.Jouett. G. S.t..r'' '' M. '''' '': 800JouettG. J. .K. .................... 750 ficholson, J. E. ...... ....... 160 I leterLTmPD Welch and Jessie. 750 wearingen, W.. .................. 14'509

I"I p .'S: .,1..1N./..; .. ., 2.500Bawd Waters.,' R.. S. ........:........,..; '250 Oe C. Invest C...NN.... 200 T. R......... ........ 400 Grni &Sperry...... 1.50 Holland, R L.... ... .... ... J.409

, \1; Geo. L .......::.!..y......... 600 Smith Louise B...........;... 500 Eaton,. .......... .:. 40
" 'Bed,- Bella 1.-:: ...........:... UOOHand. Garcia,"L ., E.,.....,... 600 Wm B... .. ,,......... 160 RbrD Hit. .... ........ ,9 .and 2,000 om M L H.. ... ...... l, &

':i (, OIear.i.u......... ........., 8,600B Ledl, ad we ...:. .:. 900 Org C ... C............ 560 McKe J .ad J C....... 600 Everh B A E. 1.80 D awu Jo ... ... ....... 1100 O
...... .
_ D. .. ............. ... EtD Wm H .. ... 160 .
h. ; Jennie ....::........:......:. 1,000 B S 750 F. M. A... ,... .
.
... ... .. ...... ........, ... Dav. C ,1 ......... 120 T. J. Dempsey's Addition Br hrd 1,800
: X t Orlando.W. ft L .Ox; : . ?:: 200t B. L 1-. .....:.,... 500 ....,............... 40 t Orlando Ct c D. 60 Leonard .... .. .. bop

:ALLOmffiKT: % ,,* SW% Dv.St C B.; .................. ... 600 Little J S...............: 80 Daughtry. W. L.........,......... 400 \ W B. 3.0, M P lacey l. A... ... .... .. 110
E. .
OFDf.NW S... .60 Orange C Invet Co. .;......... 120 W. R... ... .. Howe S 1,000 C . .............. ,

{1 ter' fressey, D. J ......1............,.., 1,000 uckleu.. Sun .................. 80 O'Ne MithtI R..................... 300 100 Wherry, Ella Sp......... ..... 1.000 Phillips M& Co. ...... 4,500

f|cmby.Amaada.;.....,..:...-...,...... 800MeJuaig iyard, L J .................. Orange' C Invet C........ 120Iramner O'e R.....,............ 100 oardman. F. COO
a A............!".....,..., '200 Palis, Id ....................... 40 JO .............. ..... 80 Lpkn Lela................... 600 C(back taxes)... 1.000 Grove Hill Addition.
VIMcDowell .. ..... ... .... ; .. Ale J. I......:............ 80 J. ..
!, C..C : ; .! + 8,000 Spee. J , .: ..... 1.600 PatrD C. ........:... 150 The Geer r
Hammond.,. Lena B. .:...:.....,... 2,600 J. S................ ... 40 Ale ........ .......... 80 H J.inie................ 400 Property Subdivided Hawkins, A M........ ....... 509

.MeQuaig O..A./............. 3,200 Williams,., S.. ...;...... Orange Co. Invest C............. 160 Bnu .. :............. .... 1,500 olden[ Hawkin. Nae................... 550
,.... ...... .. Curia, Lena . Ne"h. Harriett ......... .... 80 Isabella ......... M I s et al.
' OBammoDd" Nora' .i., : 400 E .1..1. 500 Yaee. ........ 400 1.50 oumans, L W/..........
1,000
... ...... ..... Mathews .... .. ... Lnr. Baxter ............ 120 J. .... Paten .
Hammond Nora : 3,000 Caud .. ... 200 P.tn. C ................ A. G Sno.deD Z......... .....
B
Co. ..... ......
..\ \,:Pinkerton, A.. M.' .;....;./t;.. 2,600 'aekson. .... ........ ... .500 Whitman Invet C....... ........: 120 Bk Lbr Co........ ;...'..,... 60 Pollk, J. W.... 800 Lu 1a1 ................ ..... ,40
ItJlamJDoDd. Nora, 1.-. ./ ,,.. 250 .Wilkinson, W. P. ............... 200 A B. 160 NeD Lzie................... 150 pellman estate ,000 Inei F.... ......
.
Orange .. ..... 400 .. 509
.
Morum, ...,... ... Morris, C Invet C. .: .. .
; Ch... .... ....... ...... 750 'Ju.A.,1..1.,1.. .. 1.80 Manahan, .................. 8Manahan Reker. .... ., ..... (0 Johnson, Julia' A......... 9 Below. Ices F. (Pratt house) 1,800
C. ... 8,000 KingIL D.. ,.:...... .........: B Sarah M.....:... .... ::
J "P'Hd .................1. 100pUatz )avis, E. T. ....... .......... ,80 R. .. ........ 80 Hoffman, H... ......:........... 600 Adam / D Bnk. of Orld....... :::: 3,009
Tulis, J. W. ..... ..... .. .. Shun John P..0 .......... 700 Yancey, Isabella B... .... .. Givn. Revised PI.t ke W. ad Minie.... ..
.
. . .. 700 %
Co.- ....... 40 William .................. .
.
ft ParroBwre Sabolvlsioa Lot 1, ft 3 Hattie ...... ... 150 C. Invet' .. Guernsey F. D.... .. .... .
Miheir. B .. . . 250 inney, F. M.
Z .......... .......
of At ( EY 0. .......... .....;... 200 Bogart 120 Pacettl B E....... .......:... 140 1,300
........ Bcke Susan ........... .... 80Oge ..... Hidebrndt Henry and wife... 700 Gunny's Addition.
::.: 800 StTn. Mar G ............ 1,500 E R
B .
} *Cosby. Ad....:......:....... :1.000 Holt,' J A' .. ................. ,600Ceey. C Invst C......... ... 280 E E and wife......... 400 Der. A P.and Me.. 1,500
., .. ..... .. ..... Orge ........... 280 ... L 500 khnarr, John ..........
C .
:g T . .; ..4 2,000 A. .. .., 200 Aik ..... ............. 600 Joe .. ....... .
.... ..............
1. . ...... .,. 1,600 Jno. .. ....... .... EtD W 40 J. Wrht 1,000 Conrad 0
.Bk .. Ceq. J .. 2,000 31..s........ 2,200 Alex wei ... 3,200
.
,......... Uive. .
Cel. '3o ............... 200 range C Innt...Co ... ........... 240 120 Way S Y.. ........... .,.... 4,500 Long, Dora H..,. 1,000 "ann ...................... 909
fA" SiUhriskB of the Pa of the C. John J .... .....:. .., 600 Phelp Mr L .. Uaknow Lot 4, Blk E........... 400 1,003 Howe.! Edna L.... .... ....
.W B UOOother.
.. .
Co 440 ... .
of NE ........... range .. Bu Ne 800 .
the SWH % ... C '
600 Lot .
5, ..
E
N Grve A B .. ... 400 W. H... ... ...
... .. .. Blk
-- Mathews, W . .. 120 Guld . . 1.509
.
..... .. ... Crawford ... UOO
...
J. S. ....
l H R"e c .... .. 1.300 < .. .. .. ...? 800 lollins. Helen A . .........
Invst .
Co. Co. 400 'Hw 600
;. .. C. 750
Lucy F. .:.... 1.250Ha Org Hainer Miss L........... ...
.. ..
6.000 Lewis, ...... .
.1..1. Geo. Est .....
Hoki ...
I 'Taylor, J. P., .... ..... 1.600 ............... ... AleD C S... .. .... .. ,.. 160 E.... ... 909
., .... Andw' 1,000 PaterD J. .. ........ ... Long, Dora H 60 Reed, ....
Adams,' Caroline ...........;.... 600 Huntr. .................... 1.100Wowr range Invst Co........... ... .120 F.......... ..... 3.60, ,, .... % Margaret ........ 900
Jeei. Jas. ...........:,........ 1.000W. B ........+..... 600 GaD Lena B. Ex. ........,. 120 Gile.W.tki B.... ..... ..... 5,500 : Hamblin's Newton, "'m C....... ... 1,000
Ad .
. ... ....... 1.800 G.riD Lena B Ex............... 120 Schmidt .......... : Subdivision of Block C of Given irruthers, John ............. .. 1.809
: A Banes Subdivision George'Manger Hawley Hare, C A. N.,1.. ......1.......;. 9 Co. Ivt: Co........... ISO Gie. Nanie&Lhrr.B............ .. .... 4,800 600 I Adcton Foster Sadie E.................. 209
Tract ..... .. 0 Buckler A. M.... .......... .. 650 Below, W.Hammond ,.. .
Grove, A B :......... Mrs. W..... .. .. A .. .... .
Brown, ,T, 0: ....... 2,8 0 E G. .... ...,...:.,.. Y Little, M. S.,1.....,... 80Harding Jorn L.................:.. 1.00 Idla1. John...... ............. 1.aO
0 .. .... ... .. 9
M. F 40
Dickinson; P. .,, .. .... E.N.,1 .. & Bunch Subdivision
C ? Eva G.1 ....:. of West 1S9
t -. -,... ,:.. '900 Hathwy.'J C.. .. ..... 10 Og Co. Invst Co...;...;...... 120 Rbin .......... .. 500 ran H. Morgan's. Revision of feet .
of Nw
lli i Nei J . Bte. B T ........ ... 1. 00 Blob I b L % Nw% of Sw% Sec.
Pet:......... 2,800 Evan T. H.............. ... 40 and P. of Given's Addition. 25
......... ........ 120
Ifiles,' .,. 2.800Brer. Chamheriaia's Subdivision of Part J ; .1
of Bgr Luell J.
L' Park Cnerl ... .... ...,........ 120 T. Dempsey's Rmel Plat of n.ion of Thomas, Guy.... .. Bunch Nettie H.................. 309
..
......
Invst ... ........ 320 Blk B . ... ....
"e'$ Sara Orange C C. .. Begg. j. D. ....... ... 60 Nor..... .. 909
Overstreet. Eels ............ helps, Mr G............. 120Hding. P ..
L ..
Massey, F .
UOO L. C .. .
'B.:'t............:........ 1,500 Jones, F., J. .....J..... .... ...N... 500 M. .................. 40 S. B.............:.:........ 3,900 4,500 Wahign James. ,....... ............... I 5o Hammond ft Bunch's Subdivision cf the E
Calat .
1e..R: I j;...:...:.:......:.!. 450 Wood 0 1 and M E...... 750 Orge Co. Invst Co,....,.. ... 80 R..:.......... ...... 3,000 W... .. .... 5J1 ret of N1Y% cf NW% %5
... """ a SO SW
..... ............... 50 Mather, .. 200 Eastham, Suel. .......... 40 Giles, Nannie B.....,,.. Baisden. R. R. .. "III."I. .
.1.1,1. . ....
. 1,200
Palmer; Jerome' estateCrawford. F:..... 1,500 Ackrce, Conrad ....,......... 500 Orange C C................ 400 Crawford, G. C..,......... ...... 1,800 lIthe& Thomas..... .. 50 Nettie H.. ....... ... 40<
.. .
,Goldie'.N... 1,500 Mayhew. A. W. ............... 450 Jessie P. Davis's Addition to Orlando Nuckolls Colona......... ..... ,200 L. W"t... Bunch ........ ...
., .... . 3J0 P. F.
Unknown ., .. ... ..
lbBiiirell'e D
JM
; .
.
... Thomas
'" Spine W. B. .............. 800 J. H........-.... ... .. ,..
...... .
Calhoun .
Henry 100
o Carroll. I J................... 250 Queen E...... ...... 1.500F. E H. Walker's Revision cf Block C of Chambers, Wm... .... .... .. .
.
.
MeEry. .. b0 Bunch Nettie H .......
Addition. Ralph, ....... ......... '700 Demp Hepner Maude ...... b00 J
L ... C S.......,............ IY'. Addition .. ......
Mr 51' .....
"*". M ... ..
Bullis, ........... 1,200 1.49 Hatcher, N. P...... II" Mango, J. and 2545o
... c
.
I B .1..1.,1. Mrs, H ....
H Jennie :E. ........ .... 1,400 Ganrin, ... ,..... Paride G . ... .._. ... Nor. ......... ... OBch
1, .. .
E 000 M. ..... ... 2,000 Hawley, F. G .... .. 1,500 Abrham William ........... Hamond .
.
...:. .: ... .. .... .
W.r E ; .... 150 Carlson, J. F. .. .............. 400 tk K.._. ,1/ Rp II.................. 2o0
..... ... .. .. .. Dr. J. D. flt.a. .......... 3.000Lych Waker. E H.r. ..,. ..... 1.700 Hil B ..Lr...... ..... Netie
{"Daniel. John'.W., ....... .:..'....... ;. 150 Chamberlain, C. D., 200 .a Mrs. W. B................. ,400 Hor. P. ..... ........ ... 400 N. P............ ...... .
500
a. Hardinjr y. and .. : .... .. Snider A..... S'
.- Lewis S .. 400 Mrs. Mattie B......... .. 700 E ,......, .. . R W. Hammond's AdctonUnknoW.
Ralph .; :. "' .
.. : .. : ... 150BUSH'S W. H. .. ...... ........ 150 Knox Jas. A.................... 600 Smith's Subdivision cf Lots 9 to 16 in Block Thomas &Hther...... .....

Davis, Wm F. .... .......... 150 .. ... 750 Hof Dempsey's Addition. Thma ......... ... ... JO] ..
rFo REVISION OF HENEFEEft Br. . . "" Lot 1.. ... .
Jain L. D. ..... ,.,....... 900 Skinner Mrs. L........... ... W.tkin. J. F ......... 40}
Palmer's : .... ... .
30 lO Hawes,
Bradley .
Addition. F. .. ..... .,. .... A . !
+ r Frt. . . 800 # Ross, Frk................,.. 600 Lncater.lim........ .
4 HO . .. .
Hardmsr, V. and .... ,.. Carl Dann's Addition Orlando. .,, ''"" Anderson Hattie .. .. $00Lwi.
...
.
N1. t .,, ,300 .. ..
S H .
'Turner, Palistine ...,... .... i Nason' ... .. 1,00i Nihln. .. 11. ? 60 S.. ... .. ...... 350
. 180 Chas. F. ... .. ... -- E. .. . 1 50 Jud R J..... .../ .... Ju . .
. .
M.r ..
Turner. Palatine ,....,,, .. .. ... . Atki "" Will .. ... ..... .. 300
; ;:6. 00 Methaf. H W.. .. .. . 250 Mar F.............. 450 V. N. ... .. :10 .
'GWe' C..j,....,.... 360 Revision ef Blocks R C, D, and East Half. of I Bk A 1..................... 600 Ross, .. ............... >.. 900 Holley James..I..i. ... ... .. ,5
'h.
: .::.,,...,.,.... .... .f Concord Park Addition ........, .. 200 Long. Belton. Addition.
L' 18 E . . .! Ross, F. W. Sr......... ;:. .. 1,600 ................. 3:00 H. C Harrison'ss
TD. Palistine .............." Klein, S..................,.. 200 Smith Wm. ... ...

,)W. C..;.:...... .:. 180 Overstreet, Eula M. .... .. 1,200 Williams, Chas.................. 100 J. r Patterson's Revision of Lots 23 to in P.' F...,,........"..*. .... .5 JC Rowland Annie J...............
Powers, F. L..*,........,/,.;.... 600 Remedies ... : .. Callahan, Dr. J. B... ............ 100 Block A cf Dcmpsey's Addition. S Chairs C. B... .. ... .0.. ? J. 1.000'cClouh ,
Pinar H'" H. .. ...... a
Gordon. .Frank ft Kirk .:....;... ,1 0 Basher ..C. .. ..... 40 Alexander, R J....,.......... 1 00 Miller Delia .... ..' ." b CO and wife. ... 2.009
. .. .
.. Eb ". .
Ma
tnw.L 10 Blk. A. ........ Hard, .60 Crooms,' Alf C. .......... ....... 100 PattroD J. C. .........,.... 1,0 00 Gordon, Frank .......... Jf Smith G. N. M............. 2.809 '

,Sbe.Wih....:... ..r... .100 Gai Lena R, Ex. .... 60 Callahan, Dr. J. B.............. Y,!00 Haie Iabl................... 405 1lorgD V. M.... ........ .f"...".. ,30 Jelen. Mrs. P. ........ 1.509 :.;

W..c .....,...,;..... 100 Wet W. D..1.1..1' io' Conner, Charity E.,.......;....!.. 600 L B.. .,,......... 350 Lng. Btn.......... .. ....... b0 Rbinn, .A. .............. t.000 I'

T.Pt.. ............... 100 Gae. H. and Josephine ............. Taylor Wli................ 500 Bailey, E and wife....... 750 ........... ...... 120} Calvert,Rbr Mr M. W...... .. .. 3.809McEwen 1
60
. ...:...,.....: ..... / '
K\ ? 'SOOeJaite' Miller Sil ....,. 350Faezl. Frazier, .........,... 250 Long Belton..... . . . Dr. J. 5.1............... 8.509 :
,,,..:*"...; .:.;.: 10 F. 750 Crooms, W. P...,,.............. 160 T. J. Dempsey'ss Second Addition. Gordon, Frank......:..'. .. .\.. ail Dr. G. H.......... ... 3,509 v

.,,.?.,,..:.. .... Tilden; W. I F. 200 Bue A B........... .... 250 1 a0 F.wd. T. H...... ...,........ ,500

'Renter, J,. a, ...f.t.:.. ;. 100 Harvey J. B............ 300 L.i Ja S. ......... ........, 90 Ives, S E..........1... ... .... 4,000 R A Green's Subdivision. neLanev. Mrs. M A....... .. 3,809
MeOll' W. RLrdngood. ....,......;..;... 150 Bnon Bute ..... 900 Olner. Charity E...... .......< 250 Itt E W..........,.. ......:. 1,500 Davis. Mrss. M. B.........1.... 3.309 1

.' Chas.. 1.,1.,,.. % . ... Y 00 Hendrn. Bob and Addle....... 80 Mrs. !J........... 3,5 00 Wilson, Jessie M......... ....... Grant T. P. .. ............ 3,509 i:
F. ./ : ... ....... . .
.: ... Miller Elizabeth .... 150 Wilson )
Taro I. .i W. Y 00 . Jessie M/. ... ... .O; Walker S. G. Est...............
.. -.f
B ::..,. :.;...;.. 150 Lamson. C. B and we .. 350 Davis, J. A...,.............., 150 H. H. Dickson's Ron cf part cf J. T. Shreve, H. A. ..:....., .. 81\!({ Heizer, Mrs P. A... ...... ... 4.0, 'f
LBD'U'J/;.:..,......:....;, 10 Slyker. S 1...... 400 Butler, Noah..................... 60 Dav McLeod, A. Rimini-.. .... t') Geo E............. 5,009 a
.
K P. E,.....: :. : ...,....,. .400 P... .......... ... 60 Lockhart, .. . Nolan ....
Bern David ... M. C and S. 3,909
...
Cox.':P )...,:,...........:.;.. 100 Fuller, Aei H.K ..... 350 Dew. Benj .................... .. 250 Reynolds, R R.\. ........... i Guernse/ K.. ........ 200 MeKe.Rowland, M". a M... ........ ... 3,500 "\

Reneker., D.. : ................. 10' Diekson, H. B. 850 Preston.................. 60 McCawley F. W.................. ,00 S L.IIHII......... 50 Walker, S. a Est/....... 8.509 t
Tayler. F. E. ,:.;;.. ::..;. :.:;: Miller' W. 350 Lampkin, Daniel Est... .... 60 Philbert, Penningn. B ... ,,. 60
Dr. a .
E ... 1 E .. ....... lb D4 '" Copeland, Ellen Ett .... 3,000
Rollins. Nellie . .....,...: 500 .. ...... ..... .. Wiln Jesie bt/,1.... J| I ... ,
Blackburn J ......... Tanner. Ar ; 1.000, Grimes, Olver. .. 60 Unknown, W 43 ft. Lot 1.,....,.. 1.200 Dr. R. 200 i Buxton, J. E...,......... ..
:1 E .
I Creep : :. ... .... 8,0
.
Jtd 700 Walker, T. and ....... 400 .. .... .
Well Thomas, A
Rollins, Net J :..... ...., 600 A. T. .. ........ J. J. Davis's Addition .to Orlando. Wi. wie. 4.50 Goetha. F. W... ..,.... E ... .. .
Fisher .... .. AndnD : .. '00Krb Walker ..............?... .. ." 30 Thomas, A... .......... 100
.. .
; Wilson E
.
r ,00 ,
Hi. . ; 60 .,....1..1.:1.,... 1.200 Reynolds, Virginia T..... .... Jessie M........ .. '
Gordon, f' I.I.,.... :.... ....... GrD Vincent ....i........... 1,0 00 Unknown, Lot 1, Blk A..a. 150 McElroy. Dr. Sylvan..... ....... ..%00 Green, Dr. R E.......... ]" eMallett Highland Park Addition. )

Sl"B. B ;..; ... !",... 420 ., Amelia I 400 Unknown, Lot .3 and 4, Blk. A...., 100 Diekson. Annie M....... .. 5,400 C. M...... ......II.H"B|

E.BarkiJale ;............i ..... 10 Bennett Mary E:. ............ SO Prescott J. D... ......;..... 3,200 Unknown, Lot 20, Blk. C.....II 60> Goodrich, C. W................ :. 600
: .
Barksdale., R H: .. .1.:: : !.:.. E F. Sperry's Subdivision of Block F of Unknown, Lot 6 and 7. Blk A.. .. 150 Huntign. J. A.......,......... 1.80'' Green, Dr. E.. .. ..... Moulter. Conrad ........ 1,700
: ... .. ..,,. R ... .. 250 .... 1
120 ..
.. Concord Park E ....... 200
R H Mary .
D. .;. ....,.. 120 Bennett . .. Epie L...... ...... ... 2,10 Green, Albr L............... 200 Estes V. W. .......... ... ..
,Perry Unklw, Lt%IUk.. .. .... --- -- Ceney. John M............. 100 Joe Jr:................. 3,2 00 Green, E/.......... ... 30Goodwin's Norris, J.................... .6O .
H . 120 Unknown Lot 1 250 W. P. ...... .... 3,500 D. R < A
Gordon Frank Kirk .... . GWne .. .. Foster Mrs. J. E. ....?........? Fulton, C........... 2,009Lidell
..;; 120 Yothers, W. W. .,. 200 Naif..,..,. .;. 150 Bumby, .. ... ... %60 Haret
.
.Unkntwn. Lot 5.. D. :.. ,,. 120 Forge ... .. A .... .. % Addition Orlando ....... ...... . 400
Bl Shinn, Geo. ... ..... .... 20'' 250 t
S.
.
Arthuf, W, Gr. ,....,,. ..'...... 300 I 4 .. Keiu Robinson. S. A..... ....... 60
Perry, Minor H...... Unknow ? :. .. E 0 E&cwatr Terrace (Sperl', Addition). Lake, Alice L............. 409 ,
,.e 20 L..and ..,. Brothers Subdivision of Alice Dual al's Phillips Dr. P.. .: .
YowelLUB. Daniel I .. ... . 600 .... .
Newkirk Mrs. F. .. .. 1,009
Fisher Sunmonds,\E., D. .P..;,........e,.....;...;;....:..,.t.' 10 Ward Yothers, D., G. ...,.... ... .... 200 300 Addition. Higley W. 0....... ..... ... LOOC Chpmn. Dire A E...... ........ 80 Jones. Samuel A............... 2,409

Huggins, A. N. ....:......;... ; .1 McEwan, Mrs. M. F......... UOO Orh E C................... A. J... ......... 1,209 .
: Susie Nor.
. ... .,.... A
.
MeL K 200Spr. Unknown, Lot 2. Blk A. 200 A ....... .......... .... .... i
Jos .,.. ....... B 1.400
; 'Wa.M'P. ..i........;;;.. 851 F. ..... .... 1.60 A..... .... .. Ringle .. .. ... 55C 250 Z ... ..
E . Donnelly, .. .. Beck ft .. .. .. ....... .... ,200
G Tallman
J
Robt ,
I oha P. E. ..-..".. .... 121 A.... ...... 1,0 Brw S. .. .1. .. 1,2 00 Paye. . .. 1,804 ... ..
Spencer Rv. L .. ........ Mathews, .... ..... McBride, Mrs. Eliza 900 .
NiekeroD Frances M..i/,. 1,600 SabdividoB Lots 1 to 5, In Block E. All .f ..... 500 Dzu Joephie.. 9 00 ..... 600 ... n
B.. .. Coleman, : E..N.. ,. .. .... .......... ..................
o . .;: .....,:.. IOC Block H. North Feet of Lot All Lo :..... .... 700 Wm 2 50 Hunt L P ...:: 800
: Blackburn,'.Matilda : ,.. ,.. ... 2 t. Wager. .. .. Susie K .......... .. . Brittain & Wav's ef part cf
I : :: . 200 15, Block H. 2. 3 and 4 Block 0, Annie... .. .. 150 McL ... 2 00 Hand and C. ... ....... 1.750' Sabcvtqln a
< Hathaway F.-E .... ..:......., 10 Concord Pak Addition M, H .. ... . ... 300 ....... ........... ... 1,50CHendry. . F. P.................. SOC Addtion
Wilson,.a ... ........ A .. .. C W..: ... ..... .
. :. L ..... ... .... 150 : ... .. 1.80 Ginlack. Jas ....... ........... 100
Smith .. .
Hathaway,:F. E. ..:..:..:..:.;,.. 24 W. N............ .... ... Ear-ice and Calude ... 1,200
Gan Rosa ..... 400 Bailey, C B.:........ .......... 200 Hud Andrews, Anderlme ....... .... 50CPurchott DeLaney .
Garvin,,' Ln. B E;.N.1. 24'' E.......... Unknown Lot 13, Blk A........... 100 0. W..I.,..... 75'' L....................... 25iWillmott 0 fadentn W. H..... ..... 1,209 -
Sunder .. ..
J B ...;..:,:... 12'Nkkersbn. 'D Evans, Sue ............ 30 Gordon. J. F.........,............. 2 0 Blanker Leonard. F.. ....:. *,.;. 70C J. W......... ........ "0Macey. T 0............. 650
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..R Fe H ..J. i....:..;.....: ...... 2 12'Barksdale. Buren, Ada 1 .,. 50'' Fuller, T. H.........a............. Hur Dwd.. N....................:...... UO'UO''' C.................... so Rnh .J...N...................... ,60
0 Garvin, Will .. E ............ .. 300Beckholt
.'. Addition. 300 Sherman Fp. .. F. L.... .. .... ... 40CHamblm ......... .. . .. 450 i WlimD, ..... 809
Ptr. ft Jackson
: ..,.,. .* 3,3 00 Tmpn LR ......,.. l.OOC Wm.. ........... 400 S.......' ....... 600' C............ ..... 1>40C Dav. .. .......... 809
ChpmD 3uli K . .. .. ..,.. Hart E ..... .......... .. 100 Car Or :: Way ... . ..
;. 3L .......,..-....,.... King. W. R S.. 350 300 Bailey Mar .. . :. ....... 150 Brw Rbt ... ........ 75Wamsley Craig, Samue1. ..... ....... 50 Way. S. Y...................... 750
'JD Rebecca I...-......... 20 40 Smith, P. ..... 250 Dewitt C B.S.... .......:. .. 200 D............ ..... 1.800 Orth, Ea C.....:............ 5b Martin Wm ... ............... 600
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L Ch..... .......:.. 4000 C J. ..... 30( Sterns, John Wm M....,............. 700 Tetrich, E E.......... ...... 300 I. ..................... A. E.................... 200 '
Wmd E ......... ... < Huppll
Tetrick . ..
C G. .. ..,.:...6.. L. 340 Dewitt S.... ....... ..... 60 Mar E ... SOC Price, .....a.a.. .. .JJ Y... ... ...... .... 1,509Wherry
.
Warlow, T. . .... ;...... "6,6 00 King W. R ..... 20 Wm .... Sperry, E F..p;...... b 0 Jenki. Anna B... ..... .. .. 40 Ella B........... 1.u.. 609
.,Abbott Elizabeth' ....... :...:.. 6,600 Harding, 'Stella 150 Dewitt Brh... ...... ................., .0 Lawson, Pet.............:. ...... 1.(0' Everline ...... ... f Miller, J. 0.............. .... 1400Towend

McElroy. Qe E. '...;...: .. '.60 Brabon. Thos. and. wife ......... 40'' Nye J..C. ..... . ... 400Mur Sit A. ............... Proctor D. A..... .1............ 150 J............. ..... '

Patterson .,..:;.......... "60 Doling' Geo. R............... 2MSeaburn. PattD .....,...........r. 80 Ed T... ............... 1,700' Green, Olive......... . ... 25 .I................... 1.20
. S Lwi. Worthly. A............. .. .. .. 400 !
Boone, Sarah F .. . .:....... 7. F. .... ,. .. Marh % Beck, A. L ... . ...
'LoBean H J. .........,......:..... 2.400 Butman. 1. .. ... 20(( Unkow.Lt... .18 and. 19. .Blk...B..... 120 Lott, Dr. E .......... ........1 ,1.!00 Jones, Rev. G. W....1......1. 40 Highland Grove

Davis, K .-:...:.......... 2.40', A. ......t. 70 .... ..... \ Lehrer, M ........ ......... 900 L G..:............ .dctol
Cl R Patterson. J. C. ... ...., . Strbuck .. .... ........ 750' ,
Bunting S. Alice MetsBobcrtson. Wylly, A .. .. .
2.500 ... 90C ,
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Wd C ZO Brokaw, T. D.................. 600 .... ... .. Gray, E.......... ..... 850
Bessie i.. :...... 2,50 C, al. ... ....... 600 Green, Noah .. .. Rbt .r.
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McElroy. J Merle J....' .. .. L80( Pure c .T.............. Henry, Jeanette 1........... ... 750 KenniD J..e..... .. ........ 600' Maxey. W. J.............,....... B.............1..1... 659Wood. ',
.: T and wife, Lot 14, Dewitt Wm S...... ...... .. 650Demps Wall Ridr. A Jo........r 1..1... 85'' Gettis, B. 1. ..........1......... 2MMaxey Emma ........ .. ...... 750

r, B.. Block l %0 Lillie B......:.....:....... 450 W. J ............... ...... 400 Sohaler, D. B......,.......,... 850
'.c B. A.t. King, W.R % I Myrick Subdivision, Lot 1 of Dav' Stone, L.. ......!............ 450 Williams Susie: .................. 60CWycoff Shumann ft Wycroff................ 120

Fntz, Retta '........ ...... .. 150 Bardoe,,F.D.L.S .,. UOO Addition. Fisher, L E R..... .............:. 200 Peter B.................... 1.500 Boyd, D. H.......... ... 120

A. ft CL ... . ... ; .. Moray UOO Sperry F........;..,........ 650 Forest ....... ........ 400 n.bth Mrs. C L.............. 360
Nat "fO Lot 17, Block K .
HellenZitrouer .. ............. Unkw. M..1.......... 400Cene. Dempa, Mary.................. 500Schuiler. Sperry.. F............ ........ 50fl Mar, and wife/...,. ... 40C Wyerl................ 229Diekson -
,'A. H.Rinaldi. ....:.. .........? 70C Ella..!. .....-... ....:. 200 Pillions, Dr. P. P..t.! % Cobb. E f..................'...... 300 ft Ive .......... ...... 60
.. Z. .-...... .. .... ao Pak Dev.,C. 1,000 Reynarb, John H................... 0' Thomas C, Crlt.. .N.. ....... 350 Smith P. D ......... ........ 100

Hand, a..ft N..G.Hand. ..!.........i... 60 Delaney's Addition t Orlando. Pillians, Dr. P. P........... .... Unknown Blk B.......-.. 3 0 J. J./.. ..... ... 659
,.C ft N. G. ............. 72 08S0 .Jay CampkelTs, .2a of J. C Deasurk'iAddition Caplmger. J. A..,...,..... .... 20 Parker, Hannaha ..........,....... 30'' Shamans, Jno. F.....:............. 650

S.d'c,N. ............. 1. Ml Chapman, W. T........... :.. 2,700 Fisher, E R.................. Harleyt Georgic ................... 2b0' Balayarian, V.h ....;....:...... 100
Hd c" N. a *,......;... .:,. W. Foster Mrs. Sadie.. .............. 750 60 Callahan, J. B............ ....... 600 Balayarian. R.... ........ 650 ,
Sihdirisfoa if Part tf .
\ w. I ........ .... I Clt. MeC.le.. F. W;. .. .. ....... 2,300 Edgewater Terrace Extension. William .. .. Hawley, L. ............?...... 100
Lone, .Baxter ..............' YSO BloekUCoryell McCoh Geo. E......;.......... 1,000 Isreal .................. 40 Smith C T..................... 200
.. (0 ................. 50
WestfaU; Isaac .. ... N.,.. .. 100 Clp B. 1,000 Sperry F.. ...... ........ 50 Tm Cce.. ... ,...... ..... 8rae E. B .. -
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W. L 1.800 E A. B. .. .. .... 50
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W. .. Prr.
Orlando ft : ; .. 1207Y0 Julia H. .. .. .
I.C. . J. HL 700 Hall 180' Sperry, E F.................. .. 15 0 L................... % War ...... .... .... 50 -
Hand, C & N. ..... .. S.. . ....... DgJ I 0 L. .
Drwd. ... .
; G ,11/ 3.60'Unkow S ....... ....... C
W..and wife ... 45'' A N 1 Lot 12. Blk B. .. Habli C .. 150Stne WaU. M ....................... M... ..... .. ... 69Ganthier
Cde 6''CamW'Additbn.1s Rill, Catherine J.. .. SOD B ft. ......,.,....... 3.000 I I... .......:........... 100' .. .................... 50A< Louise .............. 100
... ..... .....
Gie ..
MeDuffy. Ne .. 25Little. Chas. K..2,400 . 100 Walker, Pnke .,....... ..... 45C Har Lillie ................. ... 50

V. :...........:...... 300 I S. 25 0 Rind Kate W................ .. Thomas, Per ................... 3 00 I Pleat. Grace E......... ..... 59
Jnknown E. JO ft. Lot L, :,. ,,: Cora B.................. %40 Faa and balOld Banks, .*........ ........ 9W D... ................ 100

L. M.irte. ,i.............. ..,,. 10 First Addition to'Can Park Ey.Ct B C..................... 1.800 Proctor, L..... ......... 250 Gage. Joseph ..................... 10

Mrs. J. W. 6 ......................... 2.700Carpenter. W. ft I Co.......... 12,000 Raines, J Fanni................ 20CW. Landers, Jas .,........:......
cCray, Angie ,,..,,:.,...., 1.7$0t Dnnen Walter .................. 300 S P...,.. ............ 1,800 Annie ... .............. SOtl u Cummings, E.,.......*.... ... 50
Sarah F. ? .,:,..,..:,, ,. W. .:.. .,. .. !50 Ct C. D.-. .. .... ,840 Addition. J. T................... 100
N Ke. ... Hidrth
10 E Ella May.......... ... E Cre ... .............. 60
d, Elijah : . ... : ........ 800 Cashaey's Subdivision. Lots 1 and Block A Jone :... U5C J E .
8toae, L.LGreen. ,........,:,.,,,,: :,:. 6 C and M.. .. ......:.1.... soo DeUneys. % Mrs. L. *S.................. 1.0 wr, E ..................... 309Schnarr.
Jaku I Kimball L..... ......' .. .... ......... .. ......... _
( 'W. P.ILampkin : E./......:.:...... .. soo Anni . %40 Young S. W. IOC ... 1,0
Daniel Est q '10 L,Ele ........../... ,..... 300 Brown Rebecca J.............. .. UOO Christ C ...... .. .'......... Chat J. C....... ...._. .... IOC Meade, J. B.................. ..... ,

|Crooks,'Thos.ohnaon ..,.;. .,.;....,.;.,,. : 0 Strfcg,S'B .;... ............. soo Stevens Eh B......... ........ 1.100 Clue a J................... 1,500 Whitaker, .................... 40 Nathan, A .............. .. 509Slaymaker

S. J.ehardwa ,...:.,, ,.. 10 Erin R. ............. .... 150 Bowes, L..................... 300 Bassey, L........ ........... 100 S ..... ......u.. 300
Adle.H.i..,.,. 't Knor. Jas. A. ..................... 150 C D Dr.S.l1. cf part cf Faa Wffliams, Mary V ............. Unknown, all Bl G.... ....... 809
nknown. Lot 22'.x:,. ; 10 Knqx. Jas. A./...,...,. ,,too J. E. Groves's Subdivision cf Lots 1 and % acIa I Payne ft Beck:.......... :....... 10 350' Dkn H H.......... ...,.... 609 :,

ail. DanieUBS1:.,:+...,...,.., ison, Geo. 600 Block D, Delaacys. Gaines, Eugene ..... 4Whitaker

..,..,... :.::.,..:: 10 Dale, Fred B.................,... 2.40C ,' .. .H.............. .. 4 F. G. Hawler's Sabdivifion of E. half of Block
array, Marriah ,.....,,,:. ,. Second L. J ............ I .. : Highland Grove Addition.
.j.:: Action to Concord Park Groves, Bettie H .... .. 2.500 ToWd ... ... ....... .. C
.. h.... 1 Wiggins
Andrew, :.:....:.... 150tiliama ---- Drew en.Bj......................... 400 De F B...,...,..?............ Di. ............. ............ 0IO
Cook, a .
; Bill ,...,, Din HeG ,........ .. ..... D. .. .. .. ....
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N 'O /i 80 Grnnell C. F... ................. C . . ..' 1,800Baas's Dallas, Lnla ......... Soerry, E. .F . . .. 409
buck. L'G. ...... .. $ .. ..
.11. ; ::: B .. .. ... Susie I..i.. .... .. 60
Toby ,.,.,....,..,....,.-,- .:5 10 De .. ... . 1',I Sav of Lot 28 .36 of Cook a E... ................. 80 }L. El L....... ............ (f
.a ......... ........ 1&Demps
10 Ivaahoe. Bishop,Maynard Pa. R........... ....... CO
A;B: CMerh Aaaidat J N. and M, R .,....,.....!. F., B Dale's SWr.Lots 4 and 5 J. F.... ... .. .. .. 40 Pt H B...... ........ ... 59 -

Dann HC. :........:........:.,., B D tok Baas,.Mrs..J. M. ....... ... 2.00 Roberson Chas .u.... ..... 80Hatcher.
ter, L E .... Knox, Its. A. ..,... ..... 0D .... O. and N. P. .,,.....
.. .....:... :: ,450 : ....... J.M. ...,. ...;... 1,00 G. 1 Highland Grove Second Addition. k
kerJ..E ,...,., ..:..,.-t;.! ,40o L. sa4 F. ....,. <35Gear's o Townsend, L. ,J.:.....,....... ... B, ,M. J.M...:...............:...., 1,00, TIn Lewis ......!................ '
Dann, H: C. r ....:........ ( O Dale," F. B..H. ,. 11" ................... SO' Leaks O. W...........,,.,....?. 120
Ju
> ..___...,., > :"" ,, Chan E, ;, .,....,.,l.,,,,, I.000 Culp. Fannie B.....*...,..,....... %, John 'Pads .Addition-to Orlando. Sp. ......... ..... ...... 120 Spury, E F.........*.....,.,... ..249MeLeod
Cli t ta'. A. -''. Dean, 13. G 40 Gr D. A...........*........... 80 Sui K......... ... .:. '269

ut. ..h . .:.: ... a3 P.. R'Dale's SaMviskn cf Lots If-It 2+, % Newcomh, J. H,............ ... Saunders, Le..... ....:...... 140 Manuel .. ........... 79Mayhew.
;' > S diviaira. of Part .f tk, .and 23 .f.D Laeys.Tetheriy. F. P. (3 :....!'... 70 Gore W. .. .... ............. 3.0 W. A........T... ... 79Hoskins
tlwest Qer f the S..thweat BrD h.h. 10 .. .. J. ................ 210
Grad, ;" .....aH.rt.. ....... ..... .... 10 '
; Pu"A j. ,: 31 .- Alk)(....;... ...,.... .900 Tu..K. ......... ....*...;.! PaJ SUd I L... ...... ......._ Hok. Bh J. ....... . 140 .
rnIw.Minmle and_n 1.: ::'" 1 ."'a : Sullivan, ,....,..r-. g J! Dd' Son.....,. .;.. 40 Lucy ?11..1.11.,1.,11,,. ,. 50 Dun I C.... ............ 79
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L. -...... .. : : .. i30 Thompson,'Augusta A.N.:........ ,,H. J..: ..... ,...>.....- We., E.\: ISO I ,..1..1.1..!.... ,. To
S . .. .ri 9 :? ,. .. .. . .
.. Gr C .... .. .
.. ; . 250k.t DsIe. B .. . .... .. Dan . .. 70
. LSOQ Elizabeth.f. 900 .
: f i, '. :;.#- < -:.<. : F" ". ; R ' ,1 D.. W.!.... .,."..... :0 Henry F, .... ......... 159


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__; MM**, J. G... '..'......;'...........'.:.!. ._,W . : T&600Loii.LB. Batkr.; Ela '.;.E;......,..,..;.I.. ..; "H ,. Harry';.. .......,.......... 800Coline Nicholson, John E............. 7.200Mathewi .'Mary E............... . . 200
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B'.i .:;.,. R .... 600IIellMU T. W. ..' ..... Williams, J. M...... ......... . . 200
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: Hot*-'r'.i; :'f; .... .1...:f.-.? '* ...,..;..., ].604 .. ...........; 900 ..a4,1t... ............. 600 Irvine Jack R................... 4,0 Groves, J. E.................... .. 400
; ; . ....... .4M zo'J.: H......;....:.....; ..,. :400Lmdsey Pr'l L. ...... : '400Callahan ! .t. K 2B.T...:... ............. 8 J. E............... ... 300

:SM fluuIyAuis Jwit and L.aM.:,......:'..;.- ;.,'..;.;.. M s DL. .;;;.; .. !'...;.....!; 400 W . ......... ...... 850 J. A. CaJufceD's grttirisim .f Lots 1 2 S Schnarr, John .................... 5,50 NihlB.LDr. B........ ........... 70
}:... .( Phillips ft Sperry, F.... ... .....,.... J. E.. .. .....,. 250
and 5,9
iwen a.--.i .. ......i. co Will M....;............ .. ;300Crooms 12. 13 I Ory. Sl I E .
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Writ*, +: Second Bubdiylska. Johnson .... .. ... .
S.kt1t ,-....,;.....TM. ..- .... 79 B. Long's Moses Jr.. ..... ..;.. 450 diviskn.Campbell. Laubaek F... ... ... Anderson. J. W... .. .. zoo
I : ...1-J.: : 120 :' ............... zoo Dickson t Ives........\... .. 6,0

I : ::.CorWyou.Kteitr. Jacob Mry.;:,L.;.-4.,.....,........; MMsiBttJMfiv LonE L. B... : ......... 1.500% Jewt W.Daniel R............;........ ... 250 J ........ .......... 2,400McDonald. Holnd R L.......t.......... E W. Spin's Addition as Recorded In Plat
: Jordon- 0 J. A .......; ......... 250 B... ............ 2.500 Book Page .
_ :.,' Chas. .;...,......,..,.,' 70Unknown. Annie .......;..:.. 600 Gile I
Washington. . .. ............. ... 380 Mrs. ........ 2,700 _
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......... 70 ... .... LOOO Knhn R. -
Lot:!' Block Z.. Bdton Long's Addition..... .. Robinson, E.* W.. .. 0.. ..... ... 380 Lw. and .......... ...... ......|1' ... 18.000
.. ... ....,..,..... CO ...... ;......... ZOO ... .. .. Had .. 450 Orlad Snitu
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_I :_ ....: J M : ,;;.... !...,.....,,....- .70Dun. Johnson, S. A. ft of.. Lot 1. Campbell J ..................... 1.100Poynter's .Chas. F................. Hati .......'. ... 900
I. Ow.
.... Christian ; ... .. 150 W 61ft
.... .. Unknown N1 ...
- Long. Bdton .. .. . E. ,.. ......... .. 900
Beggs .
4.0
..... ..;;;.....; 60 .. .. ....... .. 250 I Pale. .
.... ; . 500Laubaeh ... Cr.
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A1be3 tS.and Addition recorded Plat Trust . Harry A............ 2,000
... 'E. C. .. .,. i........uu; 60 .. ... 2.000 W. H...,............. 100 u b Old Bnk C. 10 Newell .
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H. F.. Johnson. 'j .. .. ... ...
PO and 115, N. MBS . .... 3.000
......... 50AET.C. ....... ..... 750 pages Or Cut . 16,60Hugror . .
.... BC.-.i.--: .. 60 Peterson,' .E.. G....... ........... 80 Par Henry ............ 500 1 E. C........... ...... 9,0 Howar. A....a... .......... 2.200
,.....,.,.........." .p.; .,..,..,.. ...... 400 Cain, ...... ....... .de
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Belton Wili C. ...... .... .
2400Kiegwin.
... SO' Long. .t. ........... ZOO 8,0 Williams. G. .. .
B.. .-.................. ...... 40 ... .. Had C
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LOBC. ..... .... Stevens. ... .. H.... .
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I- ..:......... 50' lien Max . .. ........... 500 Terry Mrs. M. H..... .. 4,500 W. M. and McNeal E M............. 2400
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WiIh.m.onM.F.-.;;,.,,....r.,..... .,. .320 Long .Bdton *... .......!" '.,.. 350 Lubh P.L.F...* ..:..........-..... 450Nealr. Cohoon. Olive A...... ..,........ 300 Davis & Jackson.......... 5.090 non McNeil ) ................. 8,000

:DSU.H.C.:, : C. ...........,.. .,..."...... (00TOttum. ,. A. .. .................. 400EiiisIO Mathews. Mary Ellis..... ..... Loon HoveY. C A------------------------ % : B................ 3,300
Duo. B. j. Magrmder's araMd M. F. A. .... ........ 1,600 Smith, ... ........... 1.800 M. Trus.... ... 2.800
P', ., H F. '....;....;....... 140 B .... ......... ..... W. and Mathews. T. W... 750Wt C. ...,..... ...... 14,000 ....... ... .
. ......... 60 ... ... .. Gentile, Joe .. .
V 3,56
> ,.T-'----- J4II& aBokbLueyF. :...-.u.- ..- -- J. B.............. 6.400 Stevens, P. S...... .. .. JO O'Nel R .......... ... 7$0For Gr .... .. 9,000 .
f-': .... '......'. 60 ...... ..... ..- L L..... .. .. Paul H. r...... .....,..... 7,50
,. : ; ...;.i. 60Unknown. .. 250 Williams. C. J .... ......... :. 909 B............. ..... 350 Smith, E J..... ........ 6.000 Mi. C..................... ,
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: Unknown, Lot .,...m..'.. 60 Wright William 300 James J. W .. ... ....... 200 .. J. L..................... iooLewis Fraternal Assn........ ... 4.000 MaD, Marie W.,.......,...
; Lot 1,1 Block CC. J. 250 Annie .... .. .. ........ 850 E. ......... .. 2.500 .50
E.' ......... ......... 70 i Barnett Lwc 250 Hag .. ...... ............. 200 L. N ... ... Me Ey Queen ..
Trier Join ; Barnett, ... E........ ......... 350 Annie... ............. 1,40 original Addition
140 50 Kingsley of Speer's
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.J JIbIer..ADcSrew: ,........ .....;;. Hammond, Lucy, ,......-.... 250 in L 4, Blk. H. E. .... ........ 4,500 Mrs. ... ......... Highland
1,4e Book D,
.... 10Unknown. Unkow .... .. 1,600 Mattox ... Lle. Recorded in Plat Page
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...... 250Gr .......,.. .
Scare. Peter'- Charlie L .. . ... .
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..... CO BkA ...... 200 Eaton Wm' ... Mr Et. .
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..Lot H. B1ock.CC. ........ 300 C . Mrs. E................. 2,500Miller. Z
60( Dny O'Ne ..... 500
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':: Uknowi.t: I!. Block CC.., W. R........... Kt. ................. 1,800 Subdivision .f Block 32 of
Geo. L, W. Cook's K ... 800
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Uauo.... Lot '15. Block C.......... 60Mathews P. F .............:... 609 .. PUt Smit Elizabeth A. .. .
.. 120Dan. J. J. )n' AItaEwa Uubaeb, 600 Con B.. ... ... ... COO .recorded i Bk ... ... 4,590
Mary a>..........." and Assn.. .. Crt I Red' Aldto. Isabella .. ...
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... 800
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, H.. &r.: ....... .............; 20Hodgkins E. B.. : ................ Old, Bld. J.L.............. 200 Cli A. M. .....:.... . 750 C. Par U5 Green HenI and Sarah........ 5,000
.. ., 80Cortdyon. 100 ) 1 .. .. 1,000 Ella M .. .... A........... ..., . .
Luey-F., .;......;.. .. Lot 2, Bl 3.... ,00F Peters, M .... ......*.. Feter. Alice ........... .. 700 Hendricks. J. T.............. 5,600 Spross. G .. .80
.. 240Anderson. ....... .
..... 2,400
.,Mary L. .:.. ... ........ .. ......
I L .
Annie .. . 800 .
71&Wae. .......... A.
.. ... .... 60 C ........ 900O'Ne Oboe French Mary .. .. % Second Addition comprising Lots
: L..E. .......... Henry .;. Robinson. .......... H ........ 2.100 Julia A .......... .. H. Hi.a'
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Daetwyler Johnson.
............. 180 ... ...... 900Wir1 .. .,00 and Harper Street in Ad-
D.uH.C. (a tots) .. Dr. J. B. ......... sooWa liable C .. Waldn & ....... 3 Sper.
... 1,500
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Connelly Pullintn .,....'.,,......,... 450KBbttrn CJD .. 250 NettLe .Et...... ........... 500 ,, C. ... ...... 2,000 dillon Recorded in Plat Book C IK.McDade .
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Bed B. ...-...... ....... 260Coffinsworth Die ... 200 1 ... .............. 600 Cohoon, Robert ...... and
., Dail. ... Nannie L................... 1,509 M. A. Normant's Subdivision of Lot 2, 3
: P. L.. .............. .. 120Bussdl Frazier, Annie L... 100S Singleton. . c.. ......... 600 Cohoon Nannie L . .. 2,000 4, Block 21 of Reid's recorded i Gertrude C............ 150
A. B' (4 tots .7,.;......... 250H. Jerry .;.. Walker C............... 800 Cohoon J ........... ..... Plat Book A. Page AddtoD. Lawton, J. B............... .. 150
D.
: Brw Dykes, .. ... 1.30
i Noah 250 OTfeal Mable C. Est...... ...... 700 Kate .. ... .. McNeil H.................. 450

I . Hffisun'a. Action Schultz, Thomas .......,......... 350Crooms R..... ............ 150Blke Wright Gordon, Mrs. E........... ..... .,0 Kilgore. H................. 2.400 Goodwin,E A N............. . .. 1,500 ,

J.W.. U50 Wrght Rbt ................ l.jOO Mr. .................. 2,000 S. A..................... 1,200 ... ..... .. .. 2,000
Griffin,"s S..- ....... ......,.... 4.500Tilden. Hawkins, W, ,900 M, Alice ................. 600Dul Wit, G. \V....... .......:..... 1,800 Fong, J. A............... ..... 1,0 1 Meran R Gr.............. . . ... 1.500

. .. .......... ..... 2,400 Watts,. G ... 600 Henry ...... ,...... 50H W. Paul.......... UOO R. S.... ......... llOOMerk R. W. A........ ...... 1,400
..
..;;. T .;......... L6oO 750 .. .. ...... Phillips Cthbrn ..... . . .,. 1,000 *
: Gd Ellison, R. F and L. S...... . D. J.... .. ...... 1,400 John...... .. Caroline ....... j
Jenkins, .
; )eD ..,. ?.........,.!.... MOO Coleman, Susie I...... 500 M Waldron, R. J ................... 300 Mrs. G..... .......... 1,700Akel Wade, 3!. J................ . .. 900
wa, .. ...;......... 800 liDO Subdivision. .. Bunch E ... .. ... .... . ..
E. A ;. Smith,' William ....... Hopper's H. E.t. 2,000 Mrs. Jane..... .. 4.200 Coy, E, N ...... 1,00
S (&ugbIInNelson ...........,.... 1,400 McDonald. Sallie ,........... 500 Travers.McNultan.Isaac A..... ...... 2.400 Gore, W. E.E............. ..... 3.000T. Maulter, Conrad ....... . . ... 1450

Hillman .Ae ....;.... ..... 400 O'Neal W. B.,. 450 E. P................... 250 B............... 3,200 Groves, J. E.................... 1.500
,............... 400'Pa C E.. 450C Murphy, B. E. ;....... .... 450 Giles Wood, Nani. Est............... 3,400 W. Shines's Subdivision. Lot I, Block 37 Haden, A ................... . .. 1,000
..,o..,...... ..... 400 Wii 850 BrassweU. and. John........... 500 u Reid's recorded in Plat Book A Wilkinson, W. B.......... . ... 800Hdlman
T
-- A ...i................ 1,000 Ire Annie E.. ... 1.500 JalUD, Mary Sloan....;........... 50 J. W. Douglass's Subdivision of Lots 1 and 'Addton H ....... ..M. . ... 1,60i
... Par
: FOBS, Mrs.: Da ) 1,80 Lillian S. 1,100 ............. .... 60 Block 4, of Poynetr's Addition. Albright Miss Nor........ .. 1,600
Hapworth, H E.!. ... ..... .. 1400Isandee HadD,', C D. 850 Morris, Sin ........... GOO McElroy, Queen E................ 18,000 Hunt Eugene Est......... . .. 1,000

---,3 E., E............D..-...; 1,00 Unknown, N. 34 ft of S. 6 ft of Allen Ann'M. A.Slon..............:..... 400 Daetwyler, 1.............. 1,000 Duckworth, E G.......... ..... 7.500 C. E........... . ,. 2.400Childs

W. of 1, .. 250 Smith ...., ..... 350 M. ... .... .. 600 C....... ....... 7.500 Mrs. Rachel A......, . ... 1,500
ft .
W. D. HtUea' 8 Mviskn of the sate Smith, 8 A........ 300 i.eejohxandM.C.Lula Est............, 500 Laubaeh, J. W.... .:............. 2,500A Hand E Ives.................. 36.00 Schuller, F. X............ . ,.. 3.200

Quite of Southeast Qaarter Robinson, L.,........... 400 Hopper Ida ....A.......... ...... 900 Douglass Dckn Elijah ............. ... 25,000 Hill W. H................ ..,, 1,600
Southeast Quarter of 8t. % Comer. Kizzi .,,,..,. 750 Wills of Block 6 of Poynter's Addition Hnd Turney, F. L.................. 4&Krosen '

Grover A........,......... 1,100 revision recorded Plat The South Florida Railroad Addition, being a J. D...,. .......... 450
Patterson, J. C................... 560 Colyer, V. B....;............ 250 W. A patrek' Add oDBnoD as i C subdivision of Lot 8 of Reid's. Addition, Childs, Mrs. Rachel A........ . 850

Fisher A, .. ..'...,....,.,. 360 Smith, Wm ................ 850 Plat Book D, Page 147. Hoffner, .......,.... ..". 400
900
G, F. '.... ..... ... 600 Smith, Wm Et. ............... 1,800 Mary H.......*......**' Daniels, Alice R............. %,80 Kevin, Har.... ..... ..... .. 400

Corbin, G, ................,. 400 Daniels, J. Et. ...'.. .......... 1,200 Foundry and Mchine Co.. 1.200IaIliday Smith, Mattie L................. 4,30 The A. C. L. R. Co.......... 10,500 Leak B............... 1,60
...
c- Rollins, N.ttle.J. ................. ,450 } W................. 2.500 Guernsey J L..R.............. 2,500 I
J. ..; ............. 240 H. W. Metehalfs Addition.H. L Ida................. 3,000 Brothers' Subdivision of Lot 'A of the TbeLC.LItE.Co.0 .. ..... Benedict's Revision of the East SSIf Block
., Pat C and.40........... 120 I Dbl., Nannie B.................... 500 Daniel revision of Block Poynter's Addition. .. 7,50 B of Gilbert's Revision being- part of

Bate*,OW .......;...,....... 200 W. Metchalf..M........ .. 1,200 Lockhart David ............... 750O'Neal C Rogers & McCalTs Addition as recorded i Speer's original addition recorded in Plat
Sue ..... ... ..... 800 W. R ........ ........ 750 9.
Book Page
Metchalf, W.. ..... .... 1,000 Plat Book Page 125.
H ... 1.250 Daetwyler J.. ... B B
Addition .. ...
lf J. .
H .. M
Cue ! Nettles. 1 .. ...... .. 3.000 Waldron, ................e 1,000
Miller's Addition. ..... .. R ............. 4.000
.- .... J A Dawn Jo ..... ............... 1,600 Devine, G.............. 250 Wher. Ellen B.... Person, Dr. W C....... . . .... 1,800
; N. ; .i E Mar .. .. 1.500
Livingston "'u' 2jO Macey. ...... 250 Sarah M. .. . .
C .... .. .. ... . 360
1.000 I ..... Swar. Rerron Helen .. .. .
.
Linnie W...... ..... 8,000 ........... i Long ......... ..... 1.500 I
[.ewter. .. .. Ferris, R ... .... .... 250 MeEwen John S. E, .... ... . ... 1,300
2.000 W. W. .. .. Turner J. ...
.. .
Holfi of Addition Co 1,000Stra1e' Est. .... .. Yothers. .............. 1,600 "
: Ckanncey 1. Bol' Orlando Water and Light .. Ck L. ... 3,800 Maylor Amelia K.............. 250 Sperry Mary W...... J. G.... ......:...... 1,400
I. S. V................ 10,000 Mrs. Anna S....... .. L. C .... . ... 1,500 Manuel
Vaughan . .
.
. .
.. 700
t Mary C. 1..71 ..7......... WOO Cornish, N .<.................... 2.500 Smith Ethel .........V......... 2,000 Subdivision of Lots 5, 6, 7, Dollms, J...................... 2.500 j J. E................ ... .
L ...- ..... 1,800DI ... .... Bbr. .......... 900 Julius L ..... ..... 2.500 Etn W. H.. 1,0
Chauncey ..... Lewter, Linnie W. ..... 2.000 Wm Est Peppr. Poynter's Addition. Hudson, R......... .... . ,
B ... .. .;.. 1,500 Smith .:... 1,500 and 3, S D. .. .
... Cheney, John M................... ioooCheney ; Mn. G. .. Blok D Iutl R
A I .. ...;...... 600 .. G... ... 400 A................, 1.600
... .. .
. John M. .. :. 3,500N. .. Revised on as re
.Comtoikey, E. .:........... 100lew1. Sith. Wm W. Et. ........... 900 Daetwyler, J................. 800 E George Rren' Book D.Add (4. Nathan, A..... .............. IOOi

Fan. .................. 900 L Mffls's sSecond'Addition. Chapman R Tt................ 4,000Hodges M. ......... ..... 1,200 .

: Fannie ... ;........ 900 a Mare. ................... 1,500 Mathew ................... 500 Geo. M.................. 2.500 David Lockhsrt's Subdivision 63 of High

CAlmke. .E............... 1.60 A .... .......... .. 800 Sarah A..................... 1,500 Bnnett, .C.. :................. 1,800Core Mead, Amelia K.............. 500 lands being a part of the original Speer's.
Bol CU' Nat Wm H......,;:... ... 200 Mack Man, Peter ................. 2,500 E. H....... ,.......... 1.250Furgus Addition Recorded in Plat Book F. Page 26.

Skines's A.doa MeCiehe ................. 350 Savage Mary ........... ..... 1.600 Nattie L.............. 1,400 S. R. Robinson's Revision of a part of E
er. Him .............. 500 Thomas, Mary J.... ......... 2.000 Daetwyler, M. J............... 500 George Rogers's Addition as Recorded Lockhart David ........... .. 4.000McCullough
Unknown, .Lota' 1 t 20............ 600 Meeo lae J. M................. 2,500 Jordon. Mattie M................ 3.000 Wyley N. A...................... 400 Plat Book D. Page 84. G.. H............. ... 1,000

: Struek ....." ....... 300 J...... .. :.. 800 McQuarten, Mary E................. 800 Lockhart David .......... .. 1,10 0
Higaey's'Addition.I I MeNei JOfe' Henr *c"
N. L. Mills's S.WibonEva Cnner., Dorsey wm ............. 600 Ramsey's Addition as recorded in Plat Book Cincher, Em... ............ 100 Chadwick, W. H........... .... 2,200

Jackson .......... . 1,60 Long, Mrs. E. R............... 1,300 C Page 97.. S Lockhart David ............... 350
; Byrd Orlando. .... ......;... 2,500 Mrs. M. A................ 1.500 Dann, Hattie M........ ...... 1,200' } Norman Robinson's Plat of Northeast Phillips, W. Paul........... %5

State ,B o ......... 2.000Lampkiu OIney and wife............ 1,500 Bell Dr. A. B...... ....... ;.... 1,200' Fayette ............... 1.700 In Quarter of Northwest Quarter Sec. 25 as Duckworth & Holbrook...... @

Quit* A..t.. ...... 800 Groman, M J. 0.............. 1.200 Stevens, Ethel B.............. 1.000' Fek John R.... ............ 1.600 Recorded in Plat Book E Page 17. Lkh David ............... 600

Ro.seIt.AB.................. 750 Jefferys. l.................. .. 1,600 Baker Samuel J... ............ 800'' Sg., B& T. Co........ ... 1,500 'Whittr. Chas. H.... ...... ... 2.000Ella

Beneker. 1. D ......... ... ...., 8.750Dean. Griffin, Rena ................. 600 McDowell Rena ......<..... 300 Elkinton, Joseph .... ..... .. 600
a B.L.............. ....... 600 Tan )Morgan's Second Addition. Barlow. Mrs. L J.........:.. 1.600' Cooper, L. J.......... ... 750 Wright Chas .................. 300 & Aubrey Smith's Subdivision tf part
Btan, Mrs..M. L .................. 750 Austin. Miss .... ........ 90Thompson. Murphy, Jennette R...... ...... 800 tf SEU of SE'Section. 2?. Recorded in

Nichols, John .................. .. 660 Long Belton ............... ... 1,00 Sarah E. .......... 1,300 J. D. Subdivision as rorde in Robertson W. H........ .. 1,300 Plat Book F. Par 6)
.
Seneker. D ....- .. ....... 700 Coboon Bros ..................... I Dollms, H. A................. 1,300 Rnekr.Book F, Page 1. Alex ...... ..;......... 1,700Hal
.
'Bobenon, J. L............. .... 600 Mol V. M...............:. 900 I DoWns, W. N. Z................... 200 Plt Kenrk. G.-... ......>....... 1,700 Smith, Ella and Aubrey......... . 3,000

BandaU, E............... 600 V. M........... .,.... 1,900 Adams, Wiley P......... ... .. ,400Wili B. ......... 180 Harrgn Frank L......... ... 500 Ella and Aubrey...... .. 1.000

,Patrick. ). s..:.......... ...... WO Eud C. A............ 150 B.............. 1,400 Yancey, Mrs. L. .............. .. ... 600 Murhr, R............. 1,503 Smith
.... 160 0 .............. 800 Reneker, J. D. ... ........ 900 !
. 600Euseys M........ ... .. ......... ........ 400 Murphy Jennette R ... Schuman Heights to as
' ' Mol .... AdliUof Orand
: ;' 'a J ' Sarah ... ............. 160Bk Ln L. Miss Mollie......... 800O'e Demmit Eibt .... ...... 1,000 Spross, Bertha T............. 150 Recorded in F, *
.
I NeD ..., 300 ........ 3.200 Reneker .. .. ..... ... 1,800Murphy Bk 7.
.
ft Ceoks's. L. and Payne, L L. W. R.. ....... ........ ... 650 Murphy, Jennette R. ..
.Mt A .............. 50 .. 3,000 John ....... R ... ........ 600
M .... Mable C. Est .. Sin ... 850 Jennette .. . .
.. .. 3,600 R.... ......... ....... 600 Slaughter, W. A. .......... 1.000
O'e .
E.... .,......... 200 ... .. R.
E Jennette .
Bowman ..
Murphy
..... 600 . Mary ...... .... 800 ... . . 900
..... ... .. .... W. 0.
E. Sweanngen.
A. . 600 M. .. 180 .. ...
Douglass. . ,Morgan V. M........,.......: 100 T. ........ Hugglns A GossE ..... ......... . .
> C.J.. ......... .... : 800 :, Mathis B..O. ..... ...... 150 John F...... .... 900
.
William .... .
... ... 160 .....
.. R
.... Shuan
Sylvia J. 1,00 Murphy .....
.
.. N.
... 400V Mathers Orlando as Jennett ............ .., .. 250
Jackson. Wnt, et al....,... . Bet .. . .. 140Rulor . ... (\Robed Addition to re .. ........... ..... 500 S. .
V. M .. .
. M. R Rd. Kimball, .
... ........., .1.200 Mor .. v.t. Siemens. W. . Book C. Page 5 John F.. .. ......... 2,400 /|
; Plat Schuman, .
William 0flBmnson
,May*, .. !. C ................. 140 Bumby. Jos. Eat..i......... 2., % Murphy, Jennette R.............. 300 .. .
600William . 400
J...., ..... John F.. .... . .
Martha .. 900
Stoke .. .... ... .. ..
..... ... ..... 800 I ...., .. .. .. 5 Mary A... . .. Shun A......, ......... . %
.. 10,000
.
Rachel Morgan, .............. F. ..... ....... 50 Yowell a S............ Bank of Orlando Subdivision of the Gr MI 0
.. 300 .. . .
; StsboekL.G.-, .: ... I. Ma r ...... 8.500 Stat F, Page .... .. .....
... ........... 1,000 Bum Lot 1. BIt 9 (void in Holden. Mrs. L. S. .... recorded in Plat Book Grn E
V. Goodwin.Louise ...,.;........ 300 Lg V. M.. .... .... .... 350 E. L................. 7.500 enehaf Shuman John F......... ... .400
... 400 .. Gertrude Berry Mr ...... . .... . . \,100
Ave
: .
f i Cook, Frank and Geoige ofD, W. J............... 450 TbeA.C.LR.LC......... 1.20 I Mary Elizabeth......... 4,200 1. T. .
ft Cromba, W. P... .:....:..,... 1,000 Morgan V. M... ........ 300 D..I 90C Mathew Est......"...... 7.500 State Bank of ..:....... 200 Schultz's Addition t. Orland Reorde.
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.Daffney -...,,.'.,..,........ 800 ... Ramke J. Smith Wm ...... 5,600 Orlnd. ..... in Plat Book 51.Hariey .
Crombs, Pent, ,James .......... 300 Mary J .. .. ..... 60C Blanche W....... . Ramsey, G. R.............. 2,600
O Townsend, Linda J......... .... 1.600Towmead Rackley. . .... 1,20( Malett ....... ....... 3,600 .... ... 600
: Morgan, V. M..... ...... .. 600 Catherine ............ Hovey. ... McKee, Mattie Mar. .. .
Linda 'J..,.,.......t... 1,600 Bolen, .......... ...... w.Ramke. &A(.l Gie -L .... ....... .. *,000 State Bank of .......... aw John F............... 300 u.
Church
'Town.enI Ld.J................ I.BUUBMosteJler. 0. Nail's Addition. Catholic D, ............ 2.500 WichtendhI, B........... .... 1,600 G. 0........ ...... . .. 350
Hather.
...t..........::.. 2.400 B J. ...... ........ 2,700 Holden. L. S............ .. .. 900 George Starkty's as Rorte in .... .......... . .. 750
ol
,. M. M...,. ...... 2.400 Thomas, Jas. M.. .. .......... 1,800 Add King Fnk ........ ....... ... 250
..... Lawton. J. B.......::.:. ......-.. 2.000Mussdwhite J. ........ 3,500 Turner, Geneive D...... Miss. Book Nt 4, Page 14. P. .
Brown, Dr. P. L..,........ 2.200 Topliff. Mn Lu1 600 ....... 6,000 and wife... ... . 900
Mrss. T. W.. .. 10,000Rappersett ............. Person W. C.... .... Butler, W. P. .
I !n ,J......,.".. 1,0 Stella A...E.......... 300 Hotaling.Hodge, E A R.,.................. 700 Mathews, 0. H................. 1,800 Giles, Nannie B............. 9.000 Stnckey. LB................. .. 800

a ld John H,................ 1,800 Bnmby, Mary F........ ......... 5,500Berry Walker, S. G. Est.............. 1,300 ben, Max .................. zoo
; X Isen's Addition.p Mtran's Subdivision.Moran. RJar Church ........ 2,400 Misses Nettle and Fannie... 3.300 i Sherman Isabella ............. 3.600 Napolean. C. H.............. .. 500

M Cthlc Etta ............... 900 Estes, V. W........................ 3.000Sales. Mrs. Etta..... .. ..... 1,500 McCre, J. S................ .. 200

IsenXuIZlots-, . 1.000 I Misses J, and E V....... 750 Nol, M A... ....:....... 1,100 W. M.......... ......... J000 'fIh Miss-Annie B............... '.%00 Graham, C. L..... .......... .. 30

Carey, George ...S.,.,...... ... iooolTht. Lng Jn, E ...........,...... 1,000 Jas. A. Est.............. 460 Smith Unkow. W.of Lt 21......
Janwn's A.dta Charlton C................ 350 W.Augt. ... ..... .... 3,600 Brr P. Est.........;......... %40Sunder George Starker Second Addition as Re. Blant trus ............. 250
I 7 \ C Moran Misses J. and D.. .. 0 Long .. ............ 1,500 E Lydia ............... 1lOOHal ..corded in Plat Book A Page 52. Wallace,. W. W................... 450
Lumsden
{4 (U' tots).............. 1.100 S E M. Ra.... ............... 1,00O'Nel M.................. Napoleon, C H........... .... .. 100

cl(17 lots)...........!. 850 .Orlando Farm ft Truck COld Bennett W. R. Trustee .......... 3,20 H Mrs. S E......... ..... 18,000 Giles, Nannie B.................. 3,000 Laubaeh, F.................. 400

A. C.... ........ ... Wimot ................. 2,600 L.. ........... 3,800 Unknown, W# of Lot 26..... .. 100
.. Smith C ....... 4.000Oeltt Richard, MaI .. ........... ........ 100
800
ft Farm and Truck Co....... 100 Lhre. A ......;. .... Halley. ..... 8,500 J. B. .
:Ketekua J. .. Mi Clan
i J. AitU R...................... 400 Rgr. L. and..Davis W. M..... 600Mothers M........... .... 3.600 Safford Raleigh, Mary Mar.A............ .. 3,600 ) Addition ..... .... .. 250

Lq. S and Truck ....... 200 Bre. T. J. .............. 1,00O'el .............. 4.200 L. Mn. ......... 4.200 James, Jui ................ 200
... .. C. ... Et Branham,
Cheney. John V................. aSO Old C...................... 200 ,W. R. Trustee........... Smih J. ................. 3.600 E iWallace. J................. 150
... .
.L. 'Linnie, W.... 22GO Hl C. J. H...... ........... 750 F. L............. 2,000 Orlando Opera House..... .... 3,000 '. 't Bryant Lewis ............ . . 350

: ( Carroll R.' M... .......,...... 1,000 SwerD A......... ... 2,000 Magruder J. B................. 7.500* nWattenchedt Bryant. Lwi and, wife, ... .. 150
< Urkwwi Garden's Addition.Johnson. _.. . .... f# ... .. . . a.A
t.j. Benjamin a L......... .....,... 200 Ela *........ .._.' 750Pa. Dr. Chas... . u.vvPerD isryant, UW1 ana wue. v
Ii 11'" Farm and Truck Co...... 600 .onn .A L.................. 2,000 C... .......... 3,600 F. Starkey'c on as Recorded in Plat ,Jones, Benj .............,.... . 700
.' Annie B........ ...... 1.60''f1 Old AndrD G.. ................. 350 Holden. D. B........... 2,600 I R Add Page
Boston. 1...:............... Orlando Farm and Truck Co.'s Subdivision. Est. ................ 2,750Macey. Magruder, J. B............ 24.000 Bk A 1 H. Car Dsnn's Resnbdivision of Lots 3 to 14
Si.: G..............'. 2,000 Parry John R.. ... ........ 600 Guernsey Jos L................... 27.000' 900 \ Addtion Recorded in Flat
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.. ...... ..... ShUI'
Colyer J. J. ............... 900 A. H..,.. . .. 600 G .... 250 McElroy. J. N................... 8,000 Carpenter. S. P. .. ,
11 Novinger. . . ..... u. .. ..... 5,400Bumby Bk Par%
........ .......... 1.000 .. .. 40Pe. .. WOO ... .......... 8.000 I Mallory Annie L. .. ..
*\ Davis, D. D. .. J. J............. .. . J. M... ....?.... Hnbbard. Mrs. T.. ...... .... 3,200
Lewis .
i If Rutherford, Mat ie. ......... 400 Rikor. H............:. 80 Caldwdl J. H...,.,......... 500 Watkins, T. J................ 65,000 I Joseph F. ......... .... 2.800 Gore, W. E.................., . . 350

.hopkins ,Ja. .....'........... 400 A L............v.... 40 Douglass, Joe W............... 2,400 Sri Lr ................ 2.500 Aken. D. a ..... ......... MaI A,.........,. .. 60

; $ Joh A..... ......... 80 Rosa A................. 300 Knox Ju .............. 4.400 I' Newell Mr G. .R.. ...... %,60 Wike. wife........ .. 60
j T. KtmTi Addition. Lple ........ . .. 80 Jackson .......... 450 B... .......... 2,400 Brdll Mr. ... L .. .
B .... . .. E........ Porter D. G and F. D. ... ...... WOO Grant ............... 50
Macey. .. 8,000
........ Blnt
...
Orlando Farm and Truck Co........ 200 Lewis, C. .............. 650 Smith . ..... 3,000 Gre E Seth ............. 4.700 Evn T. H................. 350

b Opiti Herman ........... ...... 400 Reed R....... ............. 500 Wm 4.000 Wof, Neva ............ 2,400 10h B.................. ZOO

:: .Lord,' Chas .....: ...,...!......... 850 ) 0. Orentreet OakhilTi S diyWon. T. Mr Betty............. 1,500 Yowell W. D.. ...... ....... Miss Mr. M. F.B.,.... ....... %,0 Gore. .. ............... . 300
n ....... ,. 2,400Behh ... .. 1,200 Meistermann Walow. .. 1,80Ck Hare James .. .. ,.. . . 350
1CazIton. .. . W. M....... ... ... & C..... Mrs. Neva B. ........ 260 Stevenson .
fi AtDi. .. '.;,......:,..... 750y Sellers, J. M...... .... ...... 240 Fox Geo. E,... ............ 3,300 750 .I. IL and Abrehy B. ..... 8,300 Hokin Vivian. H. ................ Rhe. By....... ...... . . 60
: ... .;,... .... 1HBuckabee aer. W. R. Trustee........ Cri F. A O'nI .. A .... ......... 15,000 Payne .L. L..... 300
M 6,500 A
W. O'Neal Sk
n Harper. .. Wescott .
.... ... 750 W. H. .. .... Force ................. . .
Adfidon.f 60
J. F. Lenetkan's ...."................... 100 Macey Geo. E..... 'Reold. .... ...... 4,800 Bnttain. .............. 3,600 Naplen Ada
..
: ........ 280 A .......... .. 2.000 Knox A... '" .... 300
Len, Harry P..........-,.. Rogeen. Ju .. 8.800 A.,. 2000 WoodruffMrs.Setb .. ..
.. A. .
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Perkins, L. ,8.................... ISO Bennett R. M.... ..... .....,.. 70Overstreet Lockhart, PaTIO ..........,, ,50 Smith, t.-.....;............ Jacob Sam.eln' Book Addition Page to Orland the a.Re.rde
:Y Grover :John' A..... .......:.... 250 1' 0............... 70 Carnter J. C...:... ..:... 1,200 I' Hansen R, ................ 1,900. Story &Willisms' Subdivision of Lots 1. 2. Orange C 1

.*. ( .;.....-.......... ,45 WleD Wm P............... 70 A... ........... 900ar Hyer. R. L.u""""!". t,: a 4 Lots of R F. Strky. Add oD asRecorded reord c.
Ja
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*; on .......... M. 0...... .. 140 Jennie ........... .. in Pl 4.
,
Bk
Sarah .,...., .... .... 300 Bowen_, _. tnarJ'..,:.r '"* TMcLeod's Manrf, Tn6i A..i. ,00 B Hyer, L,.. . ....:.: .. ,. . . .000Jfewirl.
Hatcher. N. P.!. ..... ....... 600 Pillians. Dr. P. P.. .....,... 6.000 R
'f( Larson, E.................. 300 Subdivision .f Patrick Addition ftfW Snit ft Grnni. ....... 15,000 I :: ii200 | { H, W'. ".,...,?. .' : ; , WWptU

'F. A. Lewter's Addition.I Ja lar...................... 250 of Block... of Patrek. Addition. D. A... .... !, WO I i I Parry, Howr ...;...U.;.....i.i.. 10,000 1 I Ei A,,........a. ... . 2400Myen

J Fd, -..... ............. "tin Rollins. Bee ......... Fuller. .oh Est . .... 'Mys.JL Bal. ... .. . 2,400
... .. ... 2.400
C. E.................. %0: CIOSOS.B..Jn.....,_............... 360 Barker A................ ISO Wy-s W....... ................ 4,700 6,10' Alfreda, P. .... .. .......... 3,000' Story, W. H.r.. ,..... . . 2,400

:;- 101D'. ... ........... '0 Kin J. L...................... 350 G A.... ............. Bt C. E............. ..... 3.100' Fle.Nannie G .. .......... 800Weedrurs Farrington. F. C.;......... . . 1.000 i iHaghey

;i Tiedke.Lewter, C. w...... .......!. Lt 6 Blk C......... 50 MD, S ......... .. .... 700 How, Y...................... 8,51Yowell.Duekwortb Gie. B. .. Mrs. E. A, St..... .. 1,400 i
a ... ... ...... 500 Petr ? Emily ... .... . .. 600
A. ....... 600 Close, S. .. .. ............ 22 of Hawe. ...
y KeB J E .. ,. ......................... M C GOo Add on Comprising Lt Pool.S .. .. . . 1.200
.... ... UOO W&lpS.J. Second Addition. ..................... of ..... .
.
\ Lni A. E................ .. 350 W. A Patrk' Hyer. R L.. .. R. F. Addton an Bk P. F. .,. .... . 1,500
Tiedke, ...,.... .......... 600 Becker, .. Rock A................. 12.500 Starky. and Lubah ...
HHood, ft Herring .. .t....... ..... 300 Peter K M.. ......,... .. 60 Lots 1 Cheney, John M................. 14,000 Land Avenue and DeLaney Street Stret and A. I G.Branham's Ju A..............." 2.500Meistermann

_. 'HOlman, Herman ..t ;............; 500ft. Kanner. &.............. ..... 100 Unkow E4 '.Bl... 1 .... 600 Rosalind Club .................... 3,000 Gore Residence, Plat Book P. Joe .... .. .. . ." 4,800.
.. ... .
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Linnie W................ 250 Armstrong, F. . .. ; 150 Hflpert & Faul .............. 16,000 Bray, Cyrus ... .. 1,300
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L. Co. 300I Overstreet M. 0.. ........... 350 Unknown. Lt 1 Block .... 600 A...... ..... 4.600Evans Holley. a a A/-J. ...., 3,6(4
Trust SamL ...
Old Bank and .. ................... ,. 100 Butler. ..... ........ Robinson Seth ... 4,600 ane.. ... ., *
.. .. .... 9.500Gedge. Castlon. J. A i .... ,600 W. and wife ........ 4.000 Woodruff Mr .. founds, J. D. .. ..." 1,7'
: a !. !' ........ ... 600 Gussie ................ Z. .. Seth .................. 1,200 ......, .
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........... .... Close, S B... .. I How ........... 300 Cawell Lillian. H.................. 1.200 Woodruff. Grf Willie L. ... l.Ow
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.. ...... 100Ckee ... .. 600
; ; Etiler. Jr........... Gre 100 and George .. .. 4,200 Woodruff, Seth .... ... ....... ... .. . 3,000
r Joh.. ......... 900 Mary A...........'....... Cook Frank Seth ........ 1,000 Dni ... .. !
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.... Spring 400 P............... . 5,000 Woodruff .. .. ... 3.800
: .. 1.H. Ur' A..t Long S. B.............,...!!....... 60 Fuller Jno. T. Est.................... 100 Homer Beacham, ,John B ....................... 6,000ParkhiU. Woodruff, Seth ..... .. .......... 70 Carry 1,..... . ... . . 6,609
.................... 3; Blk. 1 .. ... Jewell ,.. ... .
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Close, B. 1,00 Lt .. 800 Miss R............ )In Fannie .. 1400
.. .. S .. ....... 1,80 Smih
B... 6,600 j ..
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7 Palmer. Mattie .. Ramke, I ..... W. Shelby's Addition as Recorded in Plat V.. ... . 2,400
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J Boekios, C. J......,............. L500 Original Town .t Orlando. Jackson J. C.................... 700 Smythe, Mn C................... 4.000 A Book Page 72 Pe., Hat. .. . "...... 1,500
.......... T ........ .. Mrs. Clara. C rrd.
.......... .... 80
lIsI4aE. ,Richard Had .
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I Floyd J. I. 3,200
....... 1,190 .
J .... ........ Thornton ... .
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V Cain ) ..)G......................... 60. Property of Episcopal Church....... 0 O'Ne W. R........., Baas J. M...........,........ .. 4.200McKean Lee, .............. ... Nye C B..............." 2,000

:White. w1 x. ..... 4.000 Cook. M. and B. C.. 8,000 .* Wtf oPeaks Athalia ................... 3.400 Lord Mas S Phillips ... ...... ;Gile. Nsnnk B....... . . .. . . . 3,500
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,:L I Ire ....'.... ..-.. ....; .. 2.200 Joh. ..J. S.Abreh.. ........ 9.000 H. J. Patrick's Subdivision f SH Terry, Frank J............ ...,. 1.400 Fries, Himan"Kena ... .. ....... Ale Jessie ...... . ... . . 2.800

:: 0. B.1..,..... .....t.....1 1.500 ............... 1. 00 AddtonPatk Phillips Dr. P................... 4,000 Nathan, Augustus ................,. 1,50 Myml B.......... .... .. 6,500
;: Labar, C J... ... Men Rbr Greetham, Mn. 3!. Y.............. 4,500 Jone. F. ..... ,...... 3,500
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-i Pratt. . .... .. ....... 1.250 i B .. ....... ... 4.000 of of Shelby'sAddition Mrs. ... ...... 2.SOO
A ........... 1.500 J. Pa..n' AltoLAleder. H. J........... J. . J. E. GrTe' Subdivision a part S
Helen
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... 800 C 4,400 in Plat Copeland, l,40fWorthly.
J ... .. ... . .. Emma .. .. as recorded Book F, Eln "
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.. 2.400 L. Mr
r. F.'E .. Orh Pre ... . ... . . .
Lkw). .......:......,. ... 300 Eveline ................ '4 0Unkw Ck R, HeD Sr.............. 600 Fnci ................... : 4,20 CZ. ( ., Miss r rb.... . .,.. . . 1,400 1.8Ki
4,800
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-. ................., ....... Dolive. .. ..
-, Bentiey. L... 30 W% of Lot 1, Blk. A 150 S ... .... ........... .. ..
: A. ,...;. ,..... and Prather. L..... 350 ft Drew's Subdivision of the E% .f Annie ).. ... jO .... .. ... ISO Dv W. ) . 740-j
Bentley, L..t. .. E e Phillips Fne ......... ....... Andn Gr ... L..... .... .. 2,81X1
L.... .:... CarT .. ............. 450 Peak's'Addition.Kroner. Bad H E.. ... ........ . 300 lI M
t 't. A .... 6 ) e... L.... ............*. 60,000 Hall ........... .. .. 2.4IKJSmitiv
Jr....... ;..... B........ ........ 200 H M. D........ ...... ( 600 C
.. .. ........... 2300 J. ... .. <
s E 0 300 .
R D . 3,7
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... 2,400 Ray .. Dickson ve. ..... ..... .. 300 I
1m. trustee O .. .. .:.. .. .. 250 .. I ... ....... 3.600 J. E .. .. \ E ... .. . .
Mooney. A.- Wi E ... ......... .- 400 Kanner. .;........... .... 300 Stoffergen, A W. .. Gre L..................,. l/ 300Goves Switzer; Margarett . 1,0
2jO ... Ba ........ ..... 03
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: R ..................... 750McDonald. Kilmer: Dr. .. Curtis. Ani ... .. 2
O Nedy. .............,.. ..... 350Chapman. Huppdl .. ... .. 16,000 J. .. ......... ....... 200Everinghanv E ..... .... .
.... 350Bennin. T. J. .. .. ) . UO-
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Urbcstm ft,Hyen's Mamk .... .... 400 Alice E .. ... B ...... ......... I 150Paslweits R
: Ait .. ........ .. 8,000 *. ,. .. . .
.............. .. 700Huppell T. . .. 4.20
: aIIIIaD.Dr.J.B.. .............. 300haprnan re l Be '! 350Reed. O'e)abi 0 Et.
Her J. ................... 15.000 C. C.-lrn. ... .......... 340Creashaw
Gettkr.. Mn. J. W;...,.!....... 8,000 Kii ........ ... iso Gre .......... ,.... '0 Mgde.. B...... ............ 3,000 John ........... ......... ) 800WOle. ,C E............ .. 3,80
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Ben. ...- ... .. .... 3,000h .............;:.. 500 Reynolds, W. H O'e Daisy M... ............. C 155 }.
.. . Se Jae .. 300 B......... ....... 2,70SmithMZLEiZ. .... ... 20J. '
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350 Tm.
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i l4irtIri.Netde.I-.!.!............ UW rn G N. C..:.,. .. ....; ..50B Ke.: Harry ............... 300Huppell 10hn. Ju.A..... .t ........... 18.00Catholie Ey.rg.............. ..... S %S A. Sansieriin's Addition % BIocl

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t ,Ins ,OFFICES ,

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:F_. Desperately With His . TODA.Y
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Asaiteats and, ftNote.to'Ai4 ,

':ifl Their;Identi6I .

I .wt/.- *. .cati'': : Tires "The
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Chicago, Aug 13,--The mystery :: ; ,

' r aorrounding, the: murder of 'Edward ,;. . A Kalem
. ....
special feature
.
.P,.Amory, patent attorney.and secretary . 1? /: in two big parts.
of,the Western Railroad .'. -
association ;-. This is a real feature.
? who' has found choked,and.beaten .
-
.,to .death in ,,his office yesterday, '
'
remained unsolved tOday. 'Amory '
BECAUSE :
,' WAS 'killed 'early :yesterday morning :

and the body left locked in the office: "Lost

of'the association.. . .. .-.-.,... a Pair of Shoes "
.Allen.M.. Thompson, Amory's clerk, ,
who found the body, is being held X An Edison
pending. ,the investigation. comedy featuring Jessie Stevens

Amory.was killed after a'desperate and
struggle His. clothing was. partly We Edwin O'Connor. A scream.
torn. off, he had three cuts on his Bought Before

head, bruises on his throat and the -
whole office was spattered with blood. ,
Miss Janet Schoeben, Amory's stenographer -
told the police'she had gone "Blind Man's Bluff "

to the office at the usual time but had the Advance ,
been unable to enter. .
> An Essanay drama.
", A note in Amory's handwriting was .
,found on ,his desk.. 'It was scribbled
on.'a piece of yellow scratch paper
and read: /

"Libel and;scandal. Three Eusselsand And
8888. Will he malice?" % they are yours as long as they last atBEFORE ORCHESTRAThe

The. police believe the note was

d .Amory's dying'effort.to leave a message best show in the city, in the best
,, to identify his murderer.He THE ADVANCE"
apparently had,made a-desperate PRICES. Theatre inf[the State.Gc' .

struggle, .

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CARBAJAL REPORTED IN FLIGHT _. -

FROM MEXICO CITY
i, 11Oc

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Mexico City, Aug. 13<-A pro-
.longed meeting was adjourned just


different'ore the,midriight.ministers direction separated President. It is', CarbajalGel' 'going believedthey in Orlando Auto & O.o MONDAY -- .

will journey to Villa de Gua Supply

loupe Vera Cruz to. catch, a .special. train for "Adventures of Kathlyn,"

.A train which had :had steam up
since 7 o'clock last night was still at
... Always Better.
the Buena Vista station in this cityat .

midnight. _
It is reported that President! Carba-

% i.. jal Eduardo has ''transferred his. 'authority to tllllellllltl.tlllltISltt.' L lit Y,.,..-..-. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. -. .- .. .. ... .-. .,. .- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..'.- ..

'federal 'district Iturbide, and, governor that the of latter the T THE"NE[W GRkND 1: John B. ':
Stetson
. will:with today General sign articles'Carranza.'of capitulation UniversityLINCOLN lll S L COLLEGE[ [, Winter Park

,Governor: Iturbide. returned to the il HOTEL : HULLEY, Ph.D., L'ltiD.LL.D., President 1
city early today after a.trip to Tlale- DeLAND Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds-la Florida
pahtla,'a suburb'of the capital, whew FLORIDATHE
he:went to'arrange details of capitu -- I;; COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art, Do-
Courses leading to the degrees of Master of mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's
lation. It is Arts and Sciences. Course.
thought possible that thearticles
THE
Absolutely First ClassRooms i COLLEGE OF
LIBERAL ARTS FOR Twelve
MEN
-16 Carnegie units required buildings, steam heat electric
,
for lights fire
may have been signed. last I admission. Twenty.one departments in all pro
night I THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN-A woman dean separate tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol..
with bath, hot I THE COLLEGE dormitories for women and a separate gymnasium. 16 Carnegie units. lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000
OF ,
LAW-COurse leading to the organ
and cold water.. I mitted to practice in Florida without examination.LL. B. degree. Graduates ad a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
F Carranza Holds Up Villa's' Supplies THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Courses in Civil Mechanical. Electrical rooms for business school, full banking
equipment. New
Open yar round. and Chemical engineering leading to degrees.
Washington,. Aug. 13. Reports of: THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS Especially: for Florida teachers strong normal chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every
increasing fri ion.between Carranza | Summer rates through THE COLLEGE courses OF and BUSINESS-Besides special teachers' courses.Banking modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
Book-keeping
and Villa that reached a semi-climax I August and September. Shorthand Typewriting courses in History. Law. Economics and Accounting Finance. Preparation for engineering course.

when the "first chief' directed, that 6ORLANDO, FLA. THE ACADEMY Princeton -Chicago Sixteen and units all for high graduation.grade colleges.Prepares for Harvard, Yale Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
ammunition consigned to Villa be THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate.
.held up 'at Tarapico, brought along 7-23-lm manual training mechanical drawing ie Scholarships available. For catalogue address
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC Separate teachers for piano pipe organ violin,voice
dormant phase of the Mexican.situation harmony and chorus work.
to.the'front today. HliilHIIiiBlllimMIMttFOR .THE SCHOOL Pastel and OF water FINE color.ARTS-Free hand and life drawing Painting in oil. WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,

While! Carrahza's, action was not
.explained, in official _advices, persons SALEAT SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO, Ph D, LL, D., President,

here, who have: been in touch with 1. The Preliminary Course in ArrioUnre-Botany. Biology Organic and tn- .... .rt..t..c..e.... .. : .. . . : - .
Villa said he wants Carrtnza to .retire organic Chemistry qualitative and quantative analysis. Agricultural chem
as "first,chief." He insists that A- istry Mineralogy. Geology 4e.
!. The Pre-Medical Course-Physiology. Biology, Anatc my, Histology, Bacteriology
?3 a, civil instead of a military. govern Zoology Botany, General Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry, Quality
,ment be established to conduct elections BARGAINThree tive and Quantitative Chemistry. 3l pyur.
3. The Course for *
ReBgeous Workers-In Bibical Literature. History English_ J71h l
,throughout the..southern republic Pedagogy Ethics. Logic and Theism. .
7
;,that land reforms be executed in .
conformation ten acre tracts on
with the Mexican constitution -

; that the ;:federal,army be Orlando and Kissimmee road, E THE

dissolved but that deserving' officers only two, and one half miles MARKETOf
and men be admitted to<< the new armyand
from the post office, Orlando.I
that
amnesty given to all political
: offenders except those involved Will sell one or all. The Cleanliness Of Quality

in .the. anti-Madero. plot Villa alsoobjects price will double when the NeYUr1RerU$3IOOCLYDE r $ '

as to provisional. military; chiefs. governors holding and offices brick road is 'laid. Other r I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

contends\a military chief should not small tracts for grove purposes FISH AND GAME

be a provisional president. at buying values. Also Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

'RUSSIANS:MINING VLADIVOSTOK desirable groves and city LINE Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
and
HARBOR property at prices that com pure. '
We Unite Inspection and
guarantee satisfaction. We have
mand
Seul, Corea, Aug. 13.: Germans arriving attention. Only Direct Line_ From Jacksonville everything in the Meat Line.

'that several here. Russian from Vladivostok cruisers, ten report torpedo Cooper $ Atha The PARLOR MARKET

boats and eight submarines are 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
J
'engaged in mining the harbor ofVladivostok. Pfeeae; No 311 Fare betIdes Meals and Stateroom AccoB edaIions H. M. Self & Co.
They say also that,150 1 i
'German. reservists and one' hundred
non-combatants. have left the. city\ WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND_LENSES I Tickets on Sale Until September 30th, PINE STREET

but that 350. other .Germans, 'mostly and Good Returning From New'York
up
Phone
AND 'JQ ALL KINDS OF. No. 80
women and children, remain'there
to and Including October 31st. Ships
permission, of the authorities. OPTICAL: REPAIRING '
Scheduled to. Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays --

WOOD FOR- ;SALE; Saturdays at:2OO:: P.M. A new company will be formed in An elevator! on the site of the Wfll-7
For the month of'August
I Lakeland which will make a business wn-Chase
sell, at farm, pine at 85 cents building in St. Petersburg
my
per' For Further Particulars Apply to of general fruit and vegetable pack- fell the other
strand,:and oak at $1.00;. also sofce ; afternoon during a severe -
saw'togs cheap.. A.. S.,Hodges,,KM; ing. The company is erecting a packing wind. The tower was about 75
Orlando 7Don' >lro house and equipping it in the feet in
H. G. WENZEL FU. height and was made of
.Pui. wood.
OR. L H. RAI SD> LoPTdIETM6T ,, .Agent most modern way. The building and It fell with
!wit for a crash, but
in no
every ose towi to one was
ha.'Eatn.icsln, the painter, Ibefore : plant wilt be worth about 10000.; injured. The tower took along with
if you;; try; Am too busy, to look yon '.{IHMMIM f'" Jw. v*: '. '!AI .); .JACKSONVILLE,. FLA., The company will have a capital of it telephone and electric wires but
niv Ph ne',63G-.a1id I ,"n.,b on the s -' $15,000and will make the fruit pack- the
.
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t-.U ORLANDO,. % FLOW!: damage was repaired in a few
ing business .
a success.
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minutes.PROMINENT
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ff:I INIII[lit!It noi" 'prOD fn nt churches'in Philadelphia , BASEBALL"" RESULTS ,....... '
nnnununtnnnu.'gs
. were occupied by distinguished ---,....;;. >,>'
osteopathic physicians 'from other National League

wmm cities' who (delivered. addresses upon New.York 3, 'Boston 7.:. _
subjects relating to the' prevention ofdisease r Pittsburgh, Cincinnati 7.'_ l llAllY
!
Is Being.Prepared and Win and,the,education'of the, pea BrOOklyn"7, Philadelphia 8. ,
: uu l at Tuesday pIe in the details of constructive American League
health: of the individual, ,as well as Cleveland 4, Detroit 8.
'
Meeting the 'great problems of the public I: Boston 6, .New York 7.
health. Philadelphia 1, Washington 2-
-- of 'a city board of St. Louis 4, Chicago 2.
,likely be the most impor DEATH OF MRS.. LANGENBACH Federal League

; tocome up before the Chicago 3, Pittsburg 5.

; when it meets in regular f After a few days illness of uremic : Kansas City 6, Baltimore 5. .

Tuesday. About a score poisoning, Mrs M. E. Langenbach! St.Louis 3, Brooklyn 5. ( I
fever I I II .
.typhoid which
devel
died, South Atlantic League
I yesterday! morning shortly after
; earlier in the ,summer but three o'clock. The funeral arrangements Savannah 2, Charleston 1.
stamped out, emphasized I have not been completed and Columbus 2, Jacksonville 0.

x : for 'some' city board will be announced when her son, Mr. Columbia 8, Augusta 3..

authority to look after S. Claude, White, of Seattle, Wash- Macon 11, Albany 3. 1
and provide the nec-; ington, is heard from. Southern League

K'' ; .when dangerous Mrs. Langenbach came to Florida Chattanooga 9, Memphis 3.

diseases develop. nearly thirty years ago from Gaines- t Birmingham 3,' Mobile 2.
*,,, > L. C. Massey is I New Orleans 2-1 02.
ville, Ga, where she was born on Montgomery
ordinance. that will be March 21, 1859, and has lived in Or- Nashville-Atlanta; rain. On With "Happy Week"
Tuesday, and City Physi
ange county continuously For the
F ; has been investigating. past nine years she has managed the ENJOYABLE DANCE AT COUN- Let Joy Be UnconfinedPerhaps I
of health of mu iicipali-
;
Central hotel. TRY CLUB LAST NIGHT
weeks with a view of She is survived by four children, it will snow to-morrow, and then ,
best method of handling again perhaps it won't, but in either
Misses Reba and Jesse White and One of the most enjoyable social fet it keep you from case don't
coming to this Store where
n t ons. Messrs. Leroy 0. White and S. C. events of the week was a dance at "HAPPY WEEK" is how in exceiting
little doubt that the ordi- progress.
f White. the Country Club last evening, which
prepared will have easy Every square foot of space in our Store is
was enjoyed by a number of
young good for at least
one big
_. : the council as all the mem DEDICATION OF FLORIDA SITE people, chaperoned by Mrs. L. R.Mul- JOB.t Rediculously low prices hearty prevail laugh on all from remaining
indicated their belief in the
J AT PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPO holland. The following were pres- Summer Stocks. Come to "Happy
,.., an organized health board. SITION IN MOVING PIC- ent: Week with the 'idea of having a rousing good
TURES AT LUCERNEOne Misses Dorothy and Ella Slemons, time and of saving considerable sums of anything -
you purchase. You'll
f S FAVOR NATIONAL Pauline Nucholls, Minna Harris, EI-] in either expectation. not be disappointed
PROHIBITION thousand feet of moving pic- beth Mulholland, Shirley Montague,
ture film showing the dedication of Margaret Mulholland, Helen Way, Don't be startled at these unexpected bargains!
the Florida exhibit building site, on Dorothy Johnson, Jean Person, Eliza- There are many, many more equally good in
Howell returned on the which will be erected ,a thirty thousand beth Branham, Little, Gillispie, Alma every Department of this Store.
from Phila- r dollar building, welcome ad- DeLaney; Messrs. Jack and Albert -
yesterday dresses, and many other interesting Branham, Robert Lewter, Sidney !
r he attended the eigh- things in connection with the exposi- Newell, Rudolph Wichtendahl, Ken- 36INCH.'V. ASH SILKS
convention of the tion will be shown at the Lucerne drick Guernsey, Carl Johnson, Julian The kind that Hubby wants his Shirts made
: Osteopathic Association, theater tonight along with a most excellent Harris, DeLaney Way, Gerald Hurl- of and- He won't !be! happy till he gets them."
bill of pictures. burt, Cole, Kilcrease, Herbert Frank- We have a splendid of
range designs in three
the largest gathering of This film is furnished by Mr. A. V. lin, E. P. Hyer. qualities:
physicians and surgeOns French, of Sanford, Florida commis-

Dr. Howell talked inter- sioner, and the original instigator of WOOD, COAL AND ICE Regular 90 cents__________________ t=>2
the Florida participation: at the Pan- c
Sentinel. representative Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
amaPacific'exposition.. Orlando has Regular $1.00
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convention and one-of the : ------------------ 75c
the distinction of being the third town Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf:

f., events, was the declaration i to, show: this film, it having been Regular $1.25 ----------- __. S9c
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on of their belief in<,. shown only in Jacksonville and San-
ford. Adv. [
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prohibition. DRESS GINGHAMSThe

came distinction out flat-footed between ,IT PAYS iiiMCCULLOCH'S Sale of these (The Everlasting) still on-
To read and use Sentinel "want ads." a fine selection-Worth 12&c a yard, Happy Sale
: and osteopathic methods, Price, 10 yards for t
You full value for .
get your money.
unequivocally for the re
i I Cost only a penny a word each inser 85 centsRED
; of disease
cause by me
L 'in place of the 11 I tion. j Department Store I
of the treatment of SEAL ZEPHIRS

by means of drugs or other Eat,what you want.
Eat all you want. 2,000 yards of this splendid wearing fabric,
Take a postscript and forget it. all in solid colorings, you know the Regular Price
: i most startling features For sale by all druggists. Jelly Tumblers is 12% c a yard, our "Happy Week" Price is__
was a demonstration l-T-d&w.lyr
of treating catarrhal 1-I 8 cents -

drugs or instru-,l MMftMMtttMtlltillMT.F.BOURIMN Fruit Jars
.: merely by manipulation WHITE GOODS
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-- lathe, patient's throat. ,1,500 yards plain and fancy Voiles, plain and
g'r. which was demon Licensed Plumber and aikindsPreseing fancy Ratines, Rice Cloths, Plisse Crepes,French
Crepes, etc., etc. This is
Dr. James D. Edwards a clearance of all we
Sanitary Engineer have left of our best sellers. I
discoverer, has resulted Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Regular values, 25, 35 and 50 cents a yard, Our
- of fifty per cent, of the Promptly Attended to. Happy" Week Price.
'. particular class of deaf- eUles
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: ; : JfWflRY fOR THE WfDDING shall continue MANHATTAN for a few days SHIRTS"longer look your

wardrobes over and stock up and stock up well.
r Prices are rediculously low.

x : For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut

Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de Grocery DepartmentThe

scription.For .
prices of food stuffs are soaring-taking
Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower 'a aerial flights-but as we have the largest stockof
Groceries in the town most of which
were
Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val-' bought before the advance, it will pay you to
: ;; Hers, Wristlet 'Watches, Silver Vanity Cases, "' get our prices before buying.

k Purses, Card Cases, etc. ... WE OFFER ALL DAY SATURDAY ,

the ushers-Cuff Links Coat Chains Two" ,
For 10 lb. Pail Snow Drift Lard, for.. 81
.-.' : Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver .:', I

Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. Goldendale Butter, per pound.._:._ 350

Very best New Jersey Irish
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" ,* ,visit!1'?" r.* AND SELLSREAL | TODAY'S PROGRAM Messrs. Ed. Jump, L. J. Dollins, J. ,'" I

v '*Jil '. John:Schnaar,went on-a short r Golden Seal "By Radium's Rays," F. Allen, M.: S. King, R. L. Holland
:,ba&inws: trip to ','Winter:Haven yesterday [S1AJE6oo.acres in two parts. Another 'one .of those and Chas.. McDonnell, all property "Gel It lit r ID'S

ii'good Western dramas. owners on West Central avenue, appeared -
E.. j? .. Frontier. "Why Kentucky Went before the council yesterday
', Mrs.. ;H, B., Byers thus returned Dry."

rfromj pheasant visit. to her,daughter I And.a basket of fruit with a pass afternoon and petitioned that bodyto ._.. .
south of Winter
1T. ; for the entire week given away again pave West Central avenue full -- "
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' Garden I ,
: :Mr.'C. E.Wade i returned yesterday The petitioners indicated their
'J: from:'a,businesitrip. to Bartow and Gotha, including 10 acre Give us a chance to show,
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,. MOON WILL BE [ PRINCIPAl willingness to pay their proportion of
, .point J <'"' :in- south, Florida.__ ' ; ,orange grove. The en- the expense and are in deadly earnestin you the newest styles in :.
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'1 'Mr;and Mrs. C. M."Sutton'returned ',tire, .tract, covered with t Of NIGH S SCHOOL their desire to' see this important watches.Ve .
.. yesterday. from.Jacksonville; in which street paved from curb to curb. The \ will trade in your pres-

r.' '.city they. ;,!ere;) ';Thursday.Mr. [: yellow pine timber. Two council took no action on the petition, ent watch or movement, allowing -

V r .:Wj]: A. :Tucker, of Jacksonville, miles of 'lake shore.MIMIIIMtMHMMMMIM., Georgia Man Selected for Important but will give the matter' consideration you a liberal amount.If .

,who has been in the city.for the pjistfew Position by the District .at a subsequent meeting. have idea of
l' you
left yestetday.for Tampa. Mr. Holland expressed his deter- any
::1 ', days,' Trustees
t:. lei. C E. Rinaldi, who,has been in mination, if the petition is not granted getting a watch we would appreciate
In a private, letter to an Orlando the of
:: ,the city several days,calling'on,trade, to find out why it was not granted opportunity
friend W. R. ,O'Neal who has been The Orlando \
,: high school principalwas
: left' for Jacksonville'where and to see if there was not some showing you.
yesterday in Winnepeg, Canada, for. the, past selected yesterday morning by
he 'fakes his headquarters: way to insure the paving of the streetas Our prices will surprise
; two weeks, ,writes as follows about Trustees C. -E. Howard, J. W. Simmons desired by the property owners.
Mrs. Mary D. Sandford,leaves the the,war.excitement:'"Ttye troops have and George W. Phillips, and the

20tlifor, New'York' and other north; 'just" been ,on parade, 2,500 in,'linemust position goes to Prof. R. L. Moon, of Miss Alice Kinnard has returned

2 era points to be gone until Novem- have been 100,000 people on.the Oxford, Ga. The recommendation for home after a visit with friends inOrlando. you.Allen&Co

ber. streets. I did not know there were the appointment will be made to the .-Tampa Tribune.

, Messrs.'W. A.,Levis andJ.: F.Har-; so many people in Canada. If 'the county school board when they next

;rington, prominent, citizens'of Taft, I war spirit in the United States in convene, either in regular or special NOTICEIt

were transacting business in the city I'661..was) as it is in Canada now, I session.At has come to my notice that Jewelers

yesterday.. do not wonder that people were least eight applicants were con- threats of poisoning animals and

Messrs. C. J. ,and J. A. Jackson I|I stirred up. Business is suspended, sidered by the trustees and the .recommendations birds have been made by certain per I Reliable Repairing

, left, yesterday for",New York where it is war everywhere. Everybody is of Prof. Moon are said sons and that a number of valuable
, the!![I singing 'Rule Brittania' and 'God to be the best of of the
they-wit spend some time seeing I I II any appli animals have already been poisoned. ..
sights;inn the, metropolitan city. Save the King' Flags are every- cants. He is a graduate of the Uni Any information that will lead to the '

Mr., and Mrs. '''DeWitt Miller left II I where and there is something doing versity of Nashville and of the Peabody arrest and conviction of such persons '

on the midnight train last night for ,every minute."' Mr. O'Neal expects Normal Institute of Nashville,, win be thankfully received.C. t' '.
to be at home the middle of next and has devoted to educational ; ::j:
,their, old home at Tunkhannock, Pa., I many years E. HOWARD, I '
where:they will spend several weeks. ,week. 'work, having held many responsible President S. P. C. A. D
I Mrs. F. A. Curtis received word positions.It .
A ciose observer called the atten-
yesterday through the New York will be necessary for Prof. Moonto
'.tion of the Sentinel yesterday to what Eat what you wantEat
Sun that her three sisters Kate Margaret take the '
; examination for a state all you want. iclltt.IIIIIIIIJIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.tf
\he believes is the first box car of the ;i L
and Ella, are in London waitingfor certificate in this state, but with his Take a postscript and forget it. n .OCl}
Florida East Coast,railway ever seen
a. ;steamer to take them beak qualifications, as indicated by th een- For sale by all druggists. .
in this The F. E. C. seldom allows l-7-d&w-lyr
>' city. home. The last letter from them was dorsements he has presented, that is
"oj' Its cars to leave their own il .
dated July:'24th, at Rathenburg, Ger- ,merely a ,detail. Indicative of his
I NO WAR PRICES ON TIRES ::
," 1|I many. They were on their way to ability is the fact that he taught for Because- II !

The president, of the .Texas' 'Wo-, Holland, where they were to spend two years in the Philippines, where We bought BEFORE the advance, !I.I 3Wpyur.Jn91-fl t
man's Bankers' association' is Miss I the remainder of the summer months. some of the best teachers in the country and they are yours long as they last I
!, leffler Corbitt, of.Austin. Her,prac-i lit:1 is presumed that the agent of the were sent shortly after the islands at "Before the Advance" prices. I
, 'fical, experience for the position has American r Express company in Paris, became a possession of the United ORLANDO AUTO & SUPPLY CO. ,
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beer gained by study and conscien-! who receives and forwards,their mail, States.
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tious work. She is .a,recognized au- sent them word to push for England. Prof. J. W. Simmons tendered his CAKE SALE SATURDAYThe

:. thority i on banking methods. Miss Grace Switzer is in Italy, near resignation at yesterday's meeting as
ladies 'of the PresbyteI I
'The teams Jpf Washington and Jef- Naples, where she will remain for, secretary and treasurer of the local young We Please Others
rian church will hold a cake sale Saturday \:
; .ersori college,,West Virginia, and the some time ,Mrs. Curtis expects to board. of trustees and :Mr. Phillipswas .
.University'of Pittsburg. Pa, will de-t meet' her, three sisters on their arrival -I elected in his stead. Mr. Simmons morning, beginning at 8:30 :: : I
, o'clock at the Dickson-Ives store. I' .
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bate on woman suffrage at the Elks'I in New York. continues as a member of the We can please you
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Iwme;,Wheeling(; W., Va. .:This sub- Marjorie, Gertie Lou, and Loy Da- board of trustees. 8-13-3t

ject' )tas.-been, a, favorite with manycollets I vis,gave a very delightful picnic to a A Trial is all we ask
during the,past.year., number of their friends yesterday at MAXINE BONAR HOSTESS TO

.MrJ, W'.. A., Stringfellow of Gaines-t I Wekiwa Springs. Those present were BIRTHDAY PARTY 0- 00 r

popular;; I Dorothy McDowell, Evelyn Gambol, .
Dorothy Chalfant, Connie Wray, Sara
Little Miss Maxine Bonar was the !
''" well known.m' Orlando' 'where he has'I Grant, Sophy Lockhart, Lucy Alexander charming hostess of about fifteen of. Insect Killer Will : ,

relatives, is now: traveling:for a big Dorothy Seymour, Tom Brown, her young friends at a birthday party

St., Louis, grain! h.ouse. and, expresses William Lewter, Clarence Magruder, Monday afternoon. The children Rid ::. THE SANITARY GROCERY
that his ,does not include Rolla Musselwhite,
Tegret; itinerary : Seymour, Troy played,games and spent a most enjoyable
\this s lth "::best" .of all Welbourne Phillips, Miller Phillips, afternoon, delightful refreshments Your house of all insects., i:
v and Robert Davis. chaperoned I' CARUTHERS & GORE
They were tastily served completing the
hearts 35c. Gallo $1.00 :I
French:suffragists are adopting. the by Mrs. Seymour and Mrs. G. afternoon of pleasure. The refreshments .

methods" 'of American, 'women. At thecongress 1 IC. Davis'I I consisted of ice cream, cake For sale by ,:. :. Phone 200
in'Paris, held the latter part ;Mesrs.'Earl'' Vick, Chas. Baker and and fruit.
of ,May',. 20,000 women, were repre- I Geo. Bass,, expect to leave WekiwaSprings Carrulhers & Gore : :. 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

sented. Sixteen departments of the I tonight for Jacksonville. The WAR IS HELLDr. .. .

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women."" Jacksonville to Ponce Park, where ,
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County, ,Judge Owens has invitedthe I they will spend a week before returning Hon. J. E. Alexander, of DeLand,

Women's, City club of Chicago via the river route. was in the city a few hours yester-
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' and the'suffrage and civic reform or-I Chief Justice Walter Clark of the day, coming over to visit his mother
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ganizations to study conditions in the supreme court of North Carolina in' who is the guest of Mrs. W. C. Per

first .and second wards, and recommend an address before the Virginia Equal sons. i

fit polling places and reputable*Suffrage league, said:' "Women have -

persons: to serve as. election.officials. "proven fit in the ten states and one ALL WHITE bicycle riders and own- ETT TIRES
. "Such a process will assure the cleanest -|territory which have_ given them the ers between 18 and 40 years are

; polling,places and raise a barrier.t j ballot," and he called on Southern Tuesday requested night to meet, Aug.at 18,the to organizea' Armory

: which'will prevent any of the old time, chivalry to show itself by granting bicycle club. 8-15-3t

'repeating and back room frauds," equal suffrage to their women.
said Judge Owens.. This is but one ')Ir. and Mrs. W. C. Sherman left TRY F. G. ARNOLD for honest prices
of 'the'many good results since HU-, yeterday fOr', New York city where and a square deal in real estate.
: Room 1, upstairs 25 East Pine
nois were the will several weeks. street.
women given vote. they spend 8-15-6t wit
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: ;p REScIPTIONDRUG t I: STORE f'f'i i -Bent Notice ett.of for MUNNIMAKERS Lost this colnmn.Wanted lie For for Sale one; day Per-]' v JL/umber" Laths ..and Shingles arNAIR .


JOt for three day, or lUG for one week. In LIMBER COMPANY.
15 worth
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will be made .on credit.
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i. Se>de .tog.Stows make a specialty of SODA WATER: : FOR SALE
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'Seine Vng- Stores make' a specialty, of Cigars and Nirsery stock, one, two, three and ORLANDO
I' tour year old budS; Foster Early,
: x Y *, Cigarettes. : Pineapple, Java, Honosassa, Wash-
- j, ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle,
Apopka,. Fla.. Phone 2222. 34S-tf

HOURDRLJGSTOREknen Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

Up to date painting, -
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; ; is by.,the comneBdatioa of its customers. People is the kind you want. Where to get I

its That's easy, phone 636. W, T.I: .. . . ,
who- 'are, particular' about their Drugs are Entrican. 1-20-tf ..
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the kind of customers we want. Statement of the Condition of the '
: FOR SALE-Second hand sewing I: -
machines; drop head Singers, rota- Orlando Bank
: ry White, rotary Standard, New & Trust Co.
Home, and other makes. Will be : ,
| lrir$' ,DepeiiiUe Cwleons" f sold cheap for cash this month Gall Orlando, Fla, ._
: at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B.

i' .i Lindsay, manager. 811tfFOR1 fe. I.f. :At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
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The CITY DRUG touring ear; a big bargain.passenger Will Loans :
STORE I sell for $300 cash. Apply this office: and Discounts . II . . . . . . . . $379,514
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I I 7-30-tf. Over-Drafts . . . .'. . .'. . . . . . . . . .
l J,. L: DEAN, Prop., ii E. Church St., Orlando, Fla. i i iMMMtt r.. I ll Real Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . II . . . . 26,01833 622 34

h fOR SALE-Best quality heart pine I: Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . ... 26,637

+*++ +: ++- M II Mi iiMM +++++ ++ ++ : fence posts. See L N. Lewis,"406 Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . ; . 291,39348 37

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f-= AGREE,:ON NEW SHIPPING BILL STATE NEWS NOTES WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, ; < $724,18588.

Washingto, Aug. 13.-House and in good condition, for Victrola and LIABILITIES. 'V ,-
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C ,, senate! conferees on the emergency (From the Gainesville Sun) records. Piano may be seen at Formosa Capital Stock . . . .
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Address . . .
; P. 0. Box 2, Oakland; II II II. . .
$100,000
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shipping bill reached ,a complete proposed bond issue for Surplus and
the
. Fla. Undivided Profits . . . . . . . ..
"i agreement' recommending congress -I erection of a hotel in ey West by the Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .* 39,961 35

r that foreign built vessels registered city has been declared unconstitutional WANTED place. Call-Couple address to live on country : Bills Payable . . ... . . . . . . . . . ... . None .A.... 1
or 400 None
under,the act be permitted to| by the city attorney. He said that Central avenue. West It :I Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . . . .
,engage in'the coastwise trade within a special act of the legislature and Due to Banks . . . . . 582,669 47
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two years; from the passage of the ,the approval of the supreme court FOR SALE-A'number of good hard I 1- .. : r*' -, -"' -,'"ooot. .- . 1,55506

t act_ ., would be necessary for the taxationof fence posts and second hand lumt If. 1 -i-: .:. I ,: 'C'i .:." ';
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The, measure as agreed will admit the citizens.for-the hotel. ier for sale. Call on or address Mrs. ; ; : $724,18588

: to American registry all foreign built E. F. Hoskins, Orlando.11.2w : Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393

t_ ships owned,by American citizens or .The ice plant of H. J. Smith will .. FORD CAR for sale. $250 cash. I:II IIOR Reserve. required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
be
:. ': corporations, regardless! of the age'of |. moved. from its present location at Must be sold at once.Apply 103 .. : s- .. r ;

r l &-ships, TheCummins,: amendment,]I IJA Ve-t Butler to Tarpon Springs in a .1. Robinson avenue. C"R S rve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

- t.., ;ffplrag! tiut. 4V -- ; !! Snort lIm Tlie} new plant I will 'belotfaiecl Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . .
r '.unencans own a majority I '" } RENT Ii . . . . $527,758 01
.' t : .of the_stock of the owning corporation 'I near the Tarpon Springs 1- Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
< /f, was stricken out 1.I Lumber company and the building[ id FOR RENT 1

t'} Provisions empowering the presi ,S now being built The equipment is Fourteen room house; modern, update -' INCREASE *. II II II .'. II . . . $x4,91148
. high grade and the delivery to- ; partly furnished; on Lucerne I
r dent n wagons .
to suspend requirements for inspection ,
Circle with
; garden, fruit and flClwers. :
: : *"" and exclusive American officers will soon be on the streets. J. F. Watkins. 730dwtf. The management of the Orlando Bank &.Trust Co., endeavors .

, ''I" and crews.were retained but the I to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
5- : provisions for,repair of foreign built Contracts for the hard surfacing of FOR RENT-Two office spaces i in : treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
ten miles more of road for Volt our store at No. 9 W. Church street 4 Accounts of all who
w desire
sia the
ships in navy yards and for retired I Come in and we will show you. Pierce services of a well-equipped and
,_ .naval,officers to be employed. on"the county have been let and this will Electric Co. 3-29-tf :. safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
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'" The conference amendment Jacksonville highway. Only a few MISCELLANEOUS
J. providing

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)I that "foreign built :vessels may 1 not under contract in the chain or are DYNAMITING done in all its branches. . . . . . . ....
t,1 ,engage in the coastwise trade if registered I of land is !! !! ! "
road. The Clyde Steamship Clearing our specialty.Let 'tllllllllllllllllllll'I''I..I iiiiiiiiii:::::: ! I.tllllllllllll. .
pursuant to, the provisions of company us do work. Estimates t"IIIIIIIII'lllllllllliiiiiii. .
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two *will also build a road of its own from
5- S\ years of its 3tMs.actwithhi cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S.
p}.3 aged:,.Incorporated in lieu of the Jones i DeLand Junction to the St. Johns East street. 7-14-lmo

amendment, which would have permitted I river. The company will also build

;;. foreign built ships to engage new: freight and passenger docks to First class Brazing a specialty at '

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ports from.the Gulf to the Pacific and '

5- 1 Atlantic, and.'from, the Great Lakes The sinking of the tug Ida near Rubber Stamps made to order at

. '; 'j to "the,ocean'and:Gulf ports. Sahibel island was reported by the Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf.

Senator,,Perkins refused. to sign the'captain and.owner, Capt. Coins. The WANTED POSITION-By i And RETURN From
[accident occurred about 1 o'clock competent Jacksonville
Fri-
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'c ,. to such a blow to coastwise shi pf day);morning during a squall in which finement f housekeeper.. Best ref- Tickets
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: ( ,ping,"said he.. the tug was capsized by its tow, the erences.- -- -'Phone 515. 8-14-31 on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th-
,
.- schooner Heron. The
: attached
rope If you want bicycle fixed in
tl to the schooner your For Illustrated Booklet and Full
The Robert Hungerford Normal twisted around the a hurry take it to Warman's Repair Information, Address
'( ..' and Industrial School will throw cabin of'the Ida.and turned her over.She' : Shop.
open 125tf. H. C.
l' its doors'October.1, 1914, for its fall was valued at $1,000 and Cap BRETNEY, L & N R. R.

; ,. term. We hope all' students will be Coins lost all of his personal belong Who is your painter and decorator I
134
ings including If you are satisfied keep the one WEST BAY STREET
$19 in you I:
[ the first The buildings money. It is JACKSONVILLE
: present on day have; if not phone W. T. Entrican, FLORIDA
doubtful I
are 'beingahoroughly: renovatedand I whether the tug will braised \4.636.(;.
1-20-tf
I as the will be I' !t t t t t t t IIIII e I t 0 ; 5 E .
r expense I
,everything being made ,as comfortable morethan NIIIIIIIIIIIII W \ tel. :i Gel Q )oH+HH III1III
OPEN ALL NIGHT 1"1 .t
II
\ she is
: worth, and the position is H'"II"IIIIIIHf
as possible 'Any information The IIIIIU1IIu.tmt1
Store
doubtful I City Drug is at your ser-
concerning. school may be owing to the darkness. I vice both day and night. : : :: K
Pronptf ==
.. had;; by. writing ''Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, s dependable, courteous. I II : nm=mu nmmmtm: mmumu

[,9 :Eat nyille, Florida. ,88SattfNO If the United States should becomeinvolved ..I

in a great war, the drainage Read the advertisements daily. ''I. & 'yur.

., j WAR PRICES ON TIRES .and opening up of great bodies of our 1 I l."fiJThey

Because swamp lands would deprive manypatriots .
'S., 5 :We .bought BEFORE the advance, (?) of' .a peaceful domicile, NANCY'HALL and Porto Rico sweet
s and they are yours long as they last such as they had potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. ..
the
during
.T, "Before the Advance"' prices. civilwar. Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant :.
ORLANDO AUTO-SUPPLY'CO.8l34t Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf I Were to
KEEP AHEADOf .
I your neighbor by reading the We insure your life and loan you : -5
This money on real estate at 6 cent. _
war.may., trump some ofrope's En- Sentinel every morning and' per
getting interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., '1
'k 1gs. I all the news,first Curry Building, Tampa, Fla.

1 3-25-d&wtf be Married
'= : Soon

LOWExdursili

tC .
Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be
attractive and
10' comfortable'

') r i n R Rates t yet home the made amount expensive of money peices which prohibitive.they had available. for the furnishing of their


i They spent considerable time with
us looking through our large stock.

.-;. From Orlando We offered a few suggestions and gave them seme new ideas. They were

much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of
BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS what they

LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS f $ 38.70 -. CiBdHiali, 0. thought they should want. t
After looking around in other stores to make
49.20. sure that they
ClikatelB.6t.38 were doing
,Effective from August J, 1914 to August the best possible,with their appropriation they came back and
1,1915'aJMi guaranteed against any reduction Beaver, Cd. der with us.This. placed their or-
.
r t 7 ,,during that time: Iir 37.85 Evusvi1Je, Ian. is a typical example of. hundreds of homemakers whom
we are
.c ir Touring Car $555.00 37.20 '. Louisville, N y. pleasing.
:
505.00F. 20.15. Marlefa, GI. We carry an extensive stock of serviceable' attractive homefurnishings

,Runabout. B.-Orlando.-AD -cars -folly epilp 40.70 New York, N. Y.. grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro

priation for furnishing your home be from
40.70 Phyaidpfcia.Pa. may anything 8175 toioooor more
? s 1 Putter v. ,will ko able to,obtain the Mxhaui.efficiency -you can make the most of it with es.Kincaid .
4- s .U ow factory production, and tile BdnintM cost ia oar. 43.45 SI. Leafs Y e.
,
sa f I
y. ptrchadoc u< wes department U we rem u eatpat
; 1M, ,", can kctweai the abore dates. .* 95.20 Sal Fraadsco, CaL .
; A>4 il M1. we nack tkU prWactloa. ve arm to pay u
F 'i tie Wyeri Uurt fr*. lit to $H per car (tL or abnt
F ,." Aqut 1.111$),to every retail Wyer who putka. a sew Atlantic Coast Line
f For -ear between Atnrt 1. 1IU sea Aqut 1. 1)15. & Snowden
s For futker partkilan recudias.than low price aad profitkarbc .
. plan. 'MO SlttJard Railed of be Soitbi i
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fj F. G. RUSH, = For information and reser-
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fi Phone 226 vatjon call on any A. .C. L Furniture of Character at Popular Prices


Ticket Agent, or : Cor, Mainpani Pine Sis. Orlapdo Florida

J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., .- ,

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IIa I. .. .............: ..... 1..L .. .'. '! U 7-B..;... ..;. J B J.:. .. .(.; .. Beck' ft Payne; .";r.; : . .
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.. BMeke,8 .' l ly. C.i.... 14,,8 UD1. t..1.&e. 1 t. 11'a... 240 Ns c 2 I; H.1 L...................... 16,000 The man who bluffs never expects
C t tMme4 16'.tr eta .. : W. ........ ....... ..
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cM tI -- .nla'e. II ......... C W. K.!..:.8.1 H .......... ;.:.. ::1.0 Doyle Dl'J.W 1 lot 19 lots E,........; 1 ,' J. and S. H...;.:. rt.. [res, G......... ............ 6,000 to b'rUe
Nat ]leek. 1. ed Otiwe : .. L. Rin s A.. 60 Eva G. .... ............ 900 J
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:2' Newkik A H. ..............
P. .. ..... ..... AId 2400
.Joseph. .
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Co.. 4N0 I -i. ..;.!! g,6MTaylor's Utel. It. ;. 6 J. .....,...,......... 2.000 Jas. F. .......... .. 600 cradle
....... ...t., ,:... ,. UIf8JInr. Jnt.u L. I.... ...... 1 Jackson, J. W.........;........... 7.000 Dr. J. C..,............. .. t200 i 1le
:. ... MM Addition ail la Plat Gw Ie, 1... ......... 1 Wm' ...................... 690 Bow .
1. c' ir. .e W .............
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.. P ..:; .! .!.......!f.... MM Book, C, Pace Dr J lot. 1 .C.-. ........, R ........................ 3,0. You know your duty. No man ever
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5.;k:,..,......h..H.- ,.v. MM K 1.J.- .., a- IcNeil. ....................... Lr. ..... .................. 6.000 looked for and did not find
I,Cornea.:Mn. L. GAle '' '.,. ...- ,... MMtf Jo&es..Mrs. c A...........:...,?,. 8,500 L. Li W'U I F....... 240 McBr.Mrs. E A....,:......... (00 Crfaler,E R... .. i it
: : : : HiHami, J................ 1000 Bl ,WI It...,. .....:.. 60 WiID Toe Fertz. Co;...... 2.000 2% chains.... in..the % i
*'Dmft'i.... ..." :Sleek'if;et J. SJenoaa. J...;..........,.,.. U00 It.......'......... 60 Lw J. ....... ..,....... 5001r' Unko1 NW% of SWii square ,.;;. 350 Luck has a perverse habit of favoring
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Maxwell, 1 ..... ... 30 Cr. .
1: -- AMIlIa_, :cis, 'Lesde,' la' ;PUt Slemoas, Phil .,................. 2.000 Luc ,lt. lot .. ... 30L. H ft Phip.... .i.. S.800 Ryl D.................. 100 those who don't depend on
6 J D,, Paft H.. Bt.J C. .,..........;..... 7,500 Tpn W 1 lot..... ...... SOMont. Pek A ....... ..........'' igoo Carroll I ..................... 100 it
: . .................. Iui 1........... ..... Lenoard, and M.... ........ 150Gror
. 1.80
I. 4.000 3 lots ...... toL. A .
: L..P.,........... 4.80 H J. land, Fred H......................
< NN Ummenck ... .... .
Poor old
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E., .......:. 8400 9 lots, G......... 240 600 .. : .. ISOPa Mexico paying a high
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Je;.':L.i..;..;...: MOO P.L', 10 I.B Jtr. SWr. l. Gee. Joe L....;............... 6,600 and H ... . 450 price for having delayed Internal r
o f-fcereetty,:Mn.:.E. 'B.Path. .........:..... 4,500 ...................... . Aedt. ..........,... ........ S L .... .
Dw. B ..............,.. ;...., 300 forms.
Gams, Ada T.... .., ......... Magrnder. J. 28.lots............ 300 6.80 Hal c .
]1. E......;.. .. ... 200 .. 450 B E. . .......... ,
Chas. D.................. 350
Herron, .,...,,.,.,:.,; ..... Magrnder, J. 28 lots.......... 300 Cntr.
Fatter Annie E.;......::.....:.,. 1.800Daftt..JIrL He 600 Witt J. W.....;....... 200 .
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. ... .. Woodruff, H................. J. B.. 28 lots........... 250 Mrs ... ... WI .. 450 the world
Alice 8. .;.. :.... MOO A 1,600 Jdr. 0. .; ......... 400 D...............:....... 700 Hat don't know how
Mer.....Lftby G.................... 2.400 Simmons, .......;..... .,... 3.000 Brt r. 2 lots............. 60 Wilson, 1 ei M............ .. 600 But L. C.. ......,,....... 300 the other half lives, but it has Its
'Kali Bessie P....;.....,.....!;:.;..- .. '1,400 SiuR E;................... 3,000 Green, I E............, 400 Srfer. .............. ..... 500 sus
Yount' 'His; ...................... UOO BUor C.T.........;...,,.. 2,800 Woodlawn Addition by J. H. Smith, Md. Wells, A ................ .. 200 CP. .Ra. P......N. ..... 0... 1,400 picions.
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y FoMnon, 0.'s1/.1//H/1.;.. '1,800 n. ...... ........... 3,000 Burley, Matid Est. ............ 600 Demps James ..... .......... 600
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Vivian .. ...
.. Ceril A .. .. .... 120Cwe' ...
,WftUer .... .... .... Buckwell, .............. ...
Mrs S..1.)1.- 900.eu.I1. ........ A. 100
E T. ..f......... 3,000 4 lots.......... ... SOO Wla. AnthD ............... 600 The more you talk to a man
.., 1br1.G.-, ......:...;.; MOO Arnold,.. J. E...............;.. 1,600 C. 1 lot.... ........... 80Goesswem. Dmp Ma.................. 500 abut
McEwen.. Chas. 8....;;.......,..... 'UOO Jones, Mrs. Fannie M............ MOO C, 7 and BIk. A...... 1400 f Section 26 Township %2 S.u Range Mr E G................. 1,000 himself the more Intelligent he *

Und. Mrs.-Go na;...:.............. 3.000bcCbBoat)4''Janie Gilbert, Sarah............. 700 O,. 12 lots 8 B....... 700 %E Conroy, 0. P..................... 600 you are.
) .:!.;...:..!..... UOO M .. Gwen, 2 Blk B.....; 150 Merfe. I ......................... 600Kibrih.
Jackson,. Edward ....::............ 2, M E G. lot E. W......... ...... ,
ft Giriits's MvisIoa ef Lots 4 sad S ewkirk.. lot................ Alb ..... 3,600 Miss Alice ......... 1.600Smit
HiseQ Mrs.;Mary J.N.;i...; 1.800ro' 'G. Taykr'a Addition WI ..... .....,....., 10Bkhlt Waer. S G Est............... 2,600 . and 1 C............. 300 Te only man who can afford to look
A. J...:.!.:;.-.t, ,. ....!. MMJE. Plat,Book Pace'81. u Recorded la AleD HUlh.o.1 It.-. .. 100 ... .............. 2,600 heirs of Wali........... 7,000 cents i the man who has about
'' - B 1 ........ .. 100 Fatter, W. I..700
.' &' Dsekwei da.. Beriafoa .f Lets C art:7 Gwen ,.c lt.lots.., C... .... % Paror Hellen L.............. 1.000Lng. In Section Township 2 Range $30,000.000. .
N ;h f.f Duffs Sub Idea.Y. BceorM IB Plat Dae Rh G.... .. .... 1,600 Goesswein, C. JL G., 2 lots. ........... 0 ..................... .800 31 2} East % Sat
Beck D. Pact Tt.L -- ...................... 700 Goesswein, d. 3 lots, C. ........ 150 Lng Belton .... .. .......... 1.500
Beck: Lumber Co.................... 750 Lattner. H. C, 1 lot., ............ fOQweia Lng. Belton ...e........... ... 800 Shapley, Mrs. E F.............. 800 Another advantage i being pr b

ruckwortb.. G. .................... MOO DYou'T ............. L100 6 lots, B............. 600 Blck W, B.... ............ 900 Green, Ether .................. 200 that you don't get a reputafcon b
]I. E. ............ ;. ..... ....... c M. ........... .
f YPugh. ; .H. 1,000 Lute Fr'C. .... %.'Z50 1 ................. 100 J. .... 800 9x60 ft adjoining City tug stingy.
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a. 10 lone 0. s .ot................ 100 Sanford, Irvine .................... 400 property ......................... 50
W&Mtfi SiWirWon .1'. Blocks I, C, 7, and Cooper ft Martin's SaWiriwon ef Lets 2, 3. Ke. Lubek P. F...................... 500 Davis C W..................... 200
8 .f J: SuuurttB'a Additka. u Retarded 8, 9. 12 and 13 of G. Taylor's Addition u Thornton's Park Addition. C Fa Assn............. 3,000 GloosUr, Sheldni ................. 250Celd Even truth has its ups and downs.
.U Plat .... B, Page H.. ,_ ,Recorded Plat Book' Page 30. 'oung Rbr H.wkintw..... 900 Mole ..............;... 200
f A o Harris, ( )... 1,000 ...................... 50 Crshe to earth, we are told, it will

TUbnott SopUe:E...... 700 Brnch Jessie A..... ............ 2,500 Trtn..J....L....Taylor......A...J.....Elk.... 1,800Trtn Warring> Hamett (H.wkintw. .. 200 Hil heirs of Ellen................ 300 re
Willmott, Sophie E...... 2,100 ............ ,..... A Webster, B. J ( ....... 800 Wooten. Queen ................ 400 agThe <
FOmott. Sophie E.-.......,.... 2,100 Si Nanni .., 78) J.. L Taylor A Jn Blk Hawkins, G. W. (Hawkinstown)... 1,000 Jernigan. J. W.. ... ........... 50
Wilmott Sophie-:E.... .....................,.. 3.000 lot.. ............... .. 70TrtD Coleman, Annie .
700 Youmans, W ...... ...... 250 have
dirty
.. reason we so
WUniott Sophie ,E....... Mrs L....... ........ 5,000 L. Taylor, J.Blk. [ L Irawkintow.500McLUhln L many
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700 John ) A W. Jones, G. ... ... ..... 150
'. Willmott,. Sophie.E... .. 2,100 .............. .*.. 2400 Jt.................. .... 900 MeLughin[ B(lwkintw Bwkintw 600 Jones, ...................... 150 tows is because there are so many
Whitman Dr. A. B ... Bishop, W.. E... .... ... ...... 3,000 liornton, Taylor, A. J. 15 [ .. Ter .
900 L Hyer. (stone work .. ... 2,000 Jones, .... ..... ...... .... 300 dirty people.
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tee Lillie F..,... 150 Rose, c W........................ 1.800 lot Blk. D. ........ ....... 750 Cain I 0'Berry Bier C.......... 5,400 Unknown, 50 ft in NW, cor.NE& ,
Fannie C...... .. .. 1 lot.... ..... .. 50 ...:.. . .sq. .. .. .
Cx .. 500 Jab ........ Lkhr David . . 9,000 of NE}. .. .... .. .. 50
'J., H. Sal Ia'.'SahdhUea '.f Hack 't Baa M Nellie M.......,........ 2,200 Taylor, A.. 2 lot.. .. 100 Jone Cr A.........,.......... 1,600 i Barley, heirs of Matilda.......... 200 By the eternal vrte. a woman

,steroVs AdtitteB. .u ReaMed. Plat Reek Mr C M................. 1,750 TrtD....L..Taylor.... ,.A....J....9..lots...;. 480 Towed C W......... .......... 600 Shackelford. Chlott ............. 250Wili who wears a green marry
D, Pact li.Sirkkland. .. Bailey, B..................... 3.600 Blk 120Thornton Mard ................. 450 Warn ................. 250Hil w shoud
Foster, Mn C J. E................... 1,600 A., J.J..2 2 lots, Blk E.E......... 120 Miler, Llie ................... 400 ................... 50 a Bluebeard!
Jonothan' 2.000 L lot BIt F ... .............. 300 38x100 ft .
Cume, Come........ ....... 1,600 Lubh P. Unkow in N cor.NWU
Larson, 0. N.r:...,.,. 2,400 'K. TortD J. .,. A J....4..lot.Bl .... 240 Davi Rche .................. 600 NEU.................. 60
.... ... .. ... ........... .. .... ...... The "sermons stones" may
fall, Horace ,, ,.......... 1,600 Sikdirlsion ef Lots 16 and .. .. 120 Ge E. . 1.000 lone Tony ....... . 100 i b
Self. Horace. .:.....,,.,.. 1.300 Del 17 of G Trtn J. I. 2 lots Blk F.... Williams Geo. E................... 700 ......... ...... 50 found In the pavement of the
Phfllipe, W. Paul.......?. 1.000 T&lor. Addition, Plat Book A Pace 2. Va loephie. 1 lot..... ... 65 60Thimblebee. Singleton, I S..................... 400 Jones Dwn............ .......... 100 gressor's hard road.
Campin ':Mrs. W.. J... 1,600)7athan W. lot.. .. Gilkerson Child................. 150 J. W................... 50Cre
A ..:.........,....?.. 600 Mone, W. W...................... 1,600 Thimblebee. J. W. 1 lot........ 65 Allen Anna Sloan..,............. 500 lerign ...................... 50
l-irton J. H... 1,750 Suthe Forts C......:........ 2,000 TotD J. I Taylor J J.. 6 lt.Bl and W...... ........ 400 Mrs. 0........... ... 2.200
.............. 360 McMiln H No man should to salute
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1,000 asame
Story, W. H. ,,.. 1.600 Har[ Patenee ... .......... ... 300 Richardson, Rev. J. H.. ... .... 1.000
Cordon, R. K.:and Laura.... 1.800 Southern Fer Co................. 4.500 nomas. ...................... 350 Newman, Mrs. 0................ UOOSiemens the American flag. I 1 an ensign that
Story: ,, W. H...... ............ 600 Lecher, S. .....:............... 3.30 Oakwood Park Addition Rains, Dina and Dans............. 400 Mrs. E M................ 900 never oppressed anybody.
.. Had Nellie G.,.................. 2400 Jump Edward ...........;.. .. 6,000 Siemens, Mrs M............... 1.000
W. B. Freai's StMiisha ef Black S' of J. Mane ,....... ........ 3,200T. Hathaway, F. E. and lot BIt A... 100 R. L............... 900 Field C W. Trus............... 2,400
r 'SmsimtrUn's "Addfeba.as.Becerded .la Plat Barrow Clara D. 2 lot .,.. 100Whetstone Bunch, Nettie, H................... 2,700 Mrs. E L.... .......... 4,600 The modern war correspondent defines
..Bo.k .C,'-.Pace lHo ft Addition u Recorded Ew 2 lot. Blk. A...:. 100 McQuaig, Mrs. 0. A................ 1,500 Woodruff Seth .............,,..... 400 an nation one that
.. 0 A R. Pace 99. Hathaway E Iot BIt A. .. 100 Sellers, J. M.................. 3,200 Bourne, Charleton .. ......... 6,000 uncvUze a
,Helms.;; F. L.*. MOO f Plt Bt C Bence, G. W. lt Bli ...... 100 Harris A M.................... 3,300 Gnswold, H. M.................... 300 censor it press dispatches.By .
Phillips, W. Paul.,.. 1,000 R,. ........ ... Allison, F. A lot Bli A....... 100 Ale J. ..... .............. 4,000 Vivian, A. 600
IVdeU, John H.....?...... %,000Eollilll s A L C. ............... .... 5,000 Dodge E* lt A......... 60 C A...... .............. 4,000 1. A..................... 1,400
Helen A.................... 1.700 Lkh ............... 200 ightley, M. M hu and lot.... 400 Keys M..................... 2,000Unknown Hath Sempter F................... 1,800 saving a girl a New York man
Abbercer J. A......... 2,300 Hd l E and C 4,000 Wertz, C O, ............... 60 Ek of SEVi pI Davi Forage Lelia and Naif......:.... 2,400 won a bride and a meal He will not
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MiKinnon; J.: F./NN..NIIIH., 2.000 Florida and Eet Co.. 4,500 ightley, E. B. 1 tot............... 50 SW% of SW%................... 800 Davi. El H...................... 300 have to buy shoes
Suns W. T. Bit....... .. 2.500 Unkw Lots 50 aid ......... SOKep. Conrad, Corae, riot................ 50 lolcomb, D. D and wife..... .. 1,200 I A...................... 700 meaL :
e ],liar,' T. A........ 8,000 Grg Aon./. 300 Myres, L.c 1 lot................. 50 Bozarth, J. F................... 300 Farrar. 0...................... 1,250 r J
.w... W.'B. Eat.,,..,.,.. MOO : : Graham, B A tote.............. 100 Branson, F. P..................... 400 Fornge Asad ............;..... 750 A horse's kick cured a blacksmith of .
.Williams, .S. F..;....... 1.800 s Y. Way's Addition. f urgens. .... ....... 100 Hovey, C A..................... 2.000 Rice .................. 200
i' 1ta dale, J. P.' ..... 2.200 Shied A W.. 1 lot..... ...... 50 Hovey. C A.....:................. UOO ONeal.Vii d, Est............. 1,500 his lameness Despite the automobile, '1

lacker >Johnie H.,....,.- 2,200Laraon Cheney J. M.,...,............... 300 M, 1 lot.............. 50 McDwell Rena ................ 1,200 Vivian, H.. A...................... 150 the humble horse still h h uses. .1
0. '.H..t....,..., (Mr Boone S F..................... 600 Miller J. 0.3 lot. Blk. B........ 150 Cle N.................. 1,300 Rbron Bessie M............... 60 a
*._ Vn ; ..:..........:........ 900 Aldrich, G. (L, lt Blk B....... 100Hathaway Dlin L. J...................... 1,600 Monnel................. 200
B. H. Dieka.a's'Rerld..,tf tie East HI ft Winderberc. ..............h.. 60SwenK F. K, lot B.... 50 Mary A.... ...... ..... 1,300 Reyncart Re. H............... 1.500 I an argument did you ever notc f
z L.f Block 4 ef J..SuuMrUa'a Additira. u C. J................. 60She Tthrd K W. tot, B....... 60 Bass, Mary A................. 1,200 Brhw. Joh N................ 1,000 the man who says he folds A
'Bearded la Plat Beek. ... 1 Blk B....... 60 Young, A................... 800 ... ............ 3,690 tat
D. Pace A....................... 300 c lot Ma B .... "
.......... .. 100Higgms usually makes the longest talk?
{ B A.................. ligh.. H. G 2 Sage, Joh R................ .. 800 S M........................ 900 t
Vie, 'Kate E..ft."...,.....,.N. 300 Cr. .. .................... 600 Wm 1 tot, Blk. B....... 50 Wowek E.................. 300 Ford. F................... $00Anderson
"BiekmaJI, W.. H.......:...........; 1.200 Higgins, ; 150 Bowers G N. 2 tots. Blk B.... 100 A.................... 700 1 .. ................ 1.300 least three -
There at
Manuel J.. G....................... 1400 Unknown Lt 33 and 34.......... 150 Redder, 1 lot BII ........,. 60 Vail, M. N... ........... ...... 14PO Anderson, Clara a C....<............. UOO are dent i
.Irvine, .M. P..; .....:;,;." '' 1,200 Smith, ...... ................ 700 Adams, J. M. house.... 250 Barclay, Mrs. M. K............ 8t>0unn Robertson, Bessie M................ 1,200 ways of looking at money-as "evil" cj
'C aance, :Susie E..a/.I';.!, 250 Unknown, Lt 39 and 40......... ISO Turner, F. M 2 lots, BIt B........ 100 ( Miss Bessie R..............! 1,300 Chitin R ...... .......... 1,200 a evil" or'Just ." ,
Mary Ells.;;.'.'......... 250 Higgins .......;........... 300 Miller, a lot Blk ........ 50 Bickerton, Wm ... ... ........ 800 Maye. Augt and wife......... 1100 "esa ___ 4
x E.,Mrs '..",:.........:......1. Moo Kilpatrkk, Catherine .............. 500 Caldwell, Jeie lot BIt. B.... 50 Dorsey, T. A.-... 2,200 Raehn. lo ................ 1,200 i __ :"! I

r Godfrey .................. 750 Unkw Lots 49, 53 and 54.. .... 250 Densmore, Ja 1 lt ....... 50 Unkow Lot 65x170........... 100 Ellard, Dr. J. A:.................. 600 Mrs. M. Greathouse' to
Kingsley. Easy E..r....... 250 F....... .......... 400 Mitchell C. A lot Blk. B....... 100 A......... ........... 400 Studer heirs of C. V. S........... 250 E advc forte
... .... S Entncan. W. 1 B..... 60 .... ...,,... .. ................. college girls cme to
ley, B. W ; ...:.;.....! 1.300 Smith ...................... 'l0Wmdel lt Blk Giles, Nannie B. 400 Person, Dr. W. G. 250 mar
Nicholson, D. J. 3 B.... 150 .. ............... old 'uns who don't like fudge
George ........... '0S lot BI Unknow W. 132 ft of S% of SE# Br A G. 660 any-
.. ........ 50
1 iiii et'i RescMMsiea .'-: Block 11 ., J. ...................... 400 Branson, G. house A, 1 lt Bik .. 100 SWtf of SW ............... 250Unkow j
'SwasMriia's AddMoa u leeerded la Plat ..... .. ......... 100 Bell, J. W. lot Blk B. 6x168 in SW% SE'4 of Section 39. Township 2%Range 30.
George Nonnger. R. '2 tots, ... ... 80
Book D, rap Me. ...... .......... 150
j.p . Hiccins, W. 1......... .......... 100 Whetstone E 4 tote, Blk. C...... 120 Mann, Sarah SWtf A..................... 1,400 Hathaway, F. E................. 1,000 A government enumeration Alaska i

:: ;ltaan;. j. .B..T.............. 6,800 Spencer, L. 4 lots BIt C. ..... 160 Jurney, Daphne ................... 1,000 Watkins, J. F...................... 50 shows reindeer all I
C,+oks'Tbos o.,1hm./...... 4,500 W. G. White's SnbdiTisioa. Benee, B W. 6 tote, ........ 180 Clever, Mary M..1,600Courtney Grover, John A................. 400 47,306 i tI

'"ado".. ,T.. P;.-!.!'..... .:,........ 5.600 French, I F. 1 lot Blk. C....... 40 Allen ............... 500 Cr C W.................... 500 big for roof climbing next Chta
l'iIHpa, F. v....................... 3.000 Colyer, J. A....................... 8,000 Henry 1 lot BIt C.......... 40 Cure,. Phfllis .... ............ 200 time. :
J .. 0.' V.!............:::...:.. 2,200 Graham, Lewis ,.... ....... .. 1,300 Branson, J. A, lt C,........ 40 Laura J................... .700
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JI uiDa. .T..,.B.. %.ioo Duck K ;........................ 1,000 H.II T. 5 lt Blk. 6......... 200 Roberts, E. and L A............. 2,000 salads The friends of radium should pub $
PMlipe. a W... %.400 W................... 1,200 Behmatr. E. .I lot BIk C.. 150 McDonald, J. H................... %,;0 DELICIOUS may b prpar.
A ......... 60Alin Ilsh a list of folks who have }
liewell, Samuel A ., 1 lot, A. T................... new vegetables. ben
Burnett, B....:..... ......... 1.200 Wez C c Blk Scruggs, 1,000
IIee. Bobt T. Ert....... gs 1 BIk' D....... 60 ..................... cured by Its offset the
Hudson
.... Soon, Elizabeth ..................... 800 M, 1 lot : D.......... 60 West 500 Lettuce SalacL-Take two head use t lt ;
ilea, Lanella B..t...;........ 1.800 ... ... ........ Hull lt Lee. J. P. 1,000 deaths.
Eva 250
Langmade ..
60
'. F. Blk D. ... lettuce tomato, slices of cucam-
Townsend L. G... T........ . one
... U80 A lt Hopkins ..; .. 900
lwnllall Role '. .. Jamison Henry ........... ..... 1,200 M. D........ 120 A '
; .....:.r..... .2.200 Smoke lt BIt Boston 1.. .... .. .;... 1,500 one 'hard boiled egg and wild
weD, w. D-: Williams, c D...................... 400 ,' M. L., D.... 80 Lillie D..... ..... .. 200 'br. about wives
| .. giving night ;
.. The trouble
2,000
fencer Chas. T.. Farmer.No..................... 250 Hathaway F. A, 2 tote, BIt D...... 70 Brwig.. ....... ... .. 300 with cress. Wash and pre
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Abinaon. 0.' S.;.,.. %2,200 200 Tm ......,............ 1,400 Entncan, W. T. 4 lot D...... 150 Thomas H. F.. .................. 1.20Q the vegetables, cut the tomato. keys i that the absentminded crea
'.I.Job R." .2,000 Gia B.......... ........ 600 Osbourne, L. D.. 2 Blk D..... 80Petnon W. R. (Welburn)......... 800Irl par Break tares are liable t leave them In the 1
A, 2 lots, D..... 70 O'Ne and cucumber in
F.-.. IJoo E Bli Henry ...........:....... 700 eg 81es
'BOM, William ............. J. M.. WOleex's Addition. P Je 1 lt Blk. D........ 40 aekn Smt ................. 600 lettuce leaves in pieces, removingthe keyhole.
Tinklebaugl,. G.- H................ JJ5. I T. Iot. Blk. D......... 100 .. .............. 400 hearts for file the
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..JksoaJ. A..::.y....;.:.....H... 1,800 Fuller, Mary A... ... 4,400 Livmgood, C s Blk... D. .... 40 Unkow 65x132 ft SE. Cor. SW% gmlsbng. Sitting on the floor is suggested a a
1. ... Sighteley B. Blk. .. 40 .... ... .... lettuce in a arrange the
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.J I. .. .... 4,000s Swasey, S M 2.600 D. J lt D..... 80 S 26. ... .. 150 bwl new cure for obesity, but how In the ,

Tli Park. .' .' Black A efput Spross Swasey,, C A.M.' 2,400 1,600 Nihla Aldh L lots., lot. .Blk.......... 70 Unknow Sec. 66x150 26....ft....SE.....Cr......SWft.... 150 slices and garnish very lightly with world Is a fat man going to be able t {
and the hearts of
J mustard and
cress
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tE Watson BIythe .. 1.000
A Sa sit on the floor!
t B .It .. Watson, W. P. 2,100 In Section 22, Township 2%Range 29. In Section 27, Township 2%South Range 29. the lettace.

l . Wade, D.; K T.... ... 2400 ...... .. ..... 4,500

"'ta Maude. .....,.. ...,.... 'o Dan Wade., Louise C. .E.... ."... MOO .Harrington Davis Mrs., M.J. B.J..................... 1,500 McBride, A................. 3,000 Flavored With Cress. Now that airship collisions are becoming
.; ..... ....... :. 4,200 M E Mixed one head of celery should organize
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'le_ .. ; to Hutches,, D. 2,400 Mining. .................. 500 Slad-Tate frequent somebody
: G..................,.... .8.60 Firman. I. D. ...,. 1.500 .I Section 23. Township 22, Range 29. Herman, Frank ................. 400 three or four potatoes (boiled. the safety first movement
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'at. ." e Tickenor. M......... ......:.. 1,000
4,0 Beck L.-. 4.000 C
f. Jnli;' y.-. ..... A, .Helen.........?..... % T. I..................... 6.000 Bidet F. . e al............ 2.400 two tom to'"<. watercress, one hard among the aviators.

: ) L1t la'i Jo Ki..... ,70 Wake. F....................... UOO Bunch, R. L.... .... ........... 600 bUt egg : nd onehal small onion.
ef Bkek 11 .f Far 4000Hai&e ....... Morgan V. M... ......... 250 .
A., 8aaaer8a'a J W. Long Preston ..... ... .. 1.7$0 only ll. heart of the { Cut Enough bananas were Imported Into
t. f Put Book ,. u Recorded- I Mable G..,.. ...... 2,400 Davis, Ida B.. ..................... 600 Long, n E. R................... 900 'eler.
A Pi I! Rbinn Albert J.' .... 2,100 E. R..................... 800Pr. Johns Flora L.....:...........-.. 600 this np Into laU pieces and arrangeit the United States last year t furnish
04.05.ZL F. and wife...,. 2,75( Lvelnd. A.- 1,400 Johns, Rb................ 300 in glass dish with layers of sliced sufficient to give the people
R .. a peelings
.................. % Kil. .... ............ ;
....... Swett 1.800
,40 Lucy L.. ...... M............ 660 E .
;.- Boee.iken.S.Dr.A...;......;.:.............. 1.05 Hovermale. D. B... 1,600 1,000 Hodgkms. R. ................... MOO Jennmg. B S...................... 750 potato and tomato and a small portion 10 slides IKT capita.
< E T .;......:...... Chandler, F. C.. 400 Cornell .... ....... . 2,000 ....!... ...... ... 1,00 of onion cut very thinly. Pour over
J. D..... Rk
e ...........;..: I Dav. Chas ...... ....... .
and H .. 2.800 Ray, M. D..... 1,100 Walker, ..:................ UOO .. 1,00 each a little salad dressing, and Dr. Wiley says his new Infant Is an
H, C ......... 600 Bowser,. Lizzie ........ ..... 2,400 Phillips, Alice M...... ............ 2,40 layer
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atban'Aug. ...-T.-..... .......... .40 Hunt Mary E... 1.200 Hoequist. E ..................... In Section 34, Township 22, South Range garnish the salad with the hard bole absolutely perfect baby. This does not
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Jos., .i..... Ch E...... 3,600 I Lautenslager. C................ 1.000 21 East and watercress. necessarily prove that the kid Is norma
.Ce. L.. ..;..... .. 2,500a Smtl Sund A ..,,........ ... 2.500 : Turner G. A G..................... 800Lawtonslager .egg that daddy Is.

P.- J B...... 1400 a. C.............. 1.000Barn Long, W. (NEU NEtf)......... 2,500 Beet Salad.-Take bUe beetroot but I proves h
l f' 's; ;1 eft P it N. L Howe, Ki'M B.. 3.000 I F. N........ ......... 2,400 E hard boiled egg. slad dressing and

erka's Bled 1 J. s. Beggs, : D. 4,800 B. .................... 751 In Section Township South Range into small A French aviator recently flew 800
,- A. u Ir f Plat Book Crk, Jermina .................. 1,500< as East 22 watercress. Chop the bt ,
,. W. Martin's Sokdhrlalon. 6.7 and W. H...................... SOI 2 even sized pieces, pile up in a miles in a little over twelve houAvton
E. Lt Dail ............ S50Jewet
.' of Wilkex. Cornine + also white of rapidly becoming a Jumble
the
1 Lwnce J. c.............. glass dish. Chop I
ih.-.t. .... .. ..... ..... 150 Mn 3,000 :
t. ....._....:. 1,000 S. Bamnin death statistics.
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r Mary E.......,........ 3400 Mat J........ ..... 4,000 bard boiled and sprinkle this over new reord and
dTreaaln'i'SpWi4dia dirk, James J. 4500 Swetpple Lusader, .................... 2,000 Eg. .
: M...... ......... S.OOOH.wle.
.. oak, Saaaerla'g' of Dk'' I of Martin, W.. G..',... 4,000Noreress's Bkiu. .... ...... .. 2,400 Brokaw. J. H..... ............ UOO the top and before serving. Garnish .
< FJat.Be.k Additkn. r E. N. .............. 15.000Ia A. B...................,... 1,500 with A Chicago woman b secured a divorce
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B Pi Z P. SibdiTidon of- N.rut'. S.b Cheney M.... .. Rue Edward F................. 1,500 waterresNutrtious on the plea that her husband re

I diTisioa.Norcraes Branson, H..... .. .... 3,000 Dishes.
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; aenuey," Joa. L..t.,44.,,.,....,.., 8490 Section 24, Township 2%Soath Range z Pop J. Ma M..................... UOO and Endive Salad.-Take three fuse to talk to her. Speak up men

. Eath H.. ............. 3,200 EtTownd J..... ............. 4,500 Egg sit around and listen all the
r'D& ............. ,,.,.i.:.. 160 Yotbers. 1, W...,.. 800 W J C D...................... 800Dik or lour hard bie eggs, one head of Dn't
Esther H.,1,1. 4400 Hood Nellie E... ...... UOOStole. L. J. (grove)............ 6,000 ) R. C./?......... 500 endive and Boll the teA _
Tremain, Esther.H......... MOO J. E.. UOOKollock. StI H..:....... ........... UOO Aeli '............... 400 talad drsig
4' main. Esther H .. .. 1........ ..t..... 1.40 R, ... .. 400 eggs hard and cut one In four
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r , ., G 1.500 Ana . .. he can graft hair on
;- H...' .....,. .O A Hamlin, r J L..........,....... Gore, W. E and F. D............ 1.000 i Itngthwi Coat each salad l- surgeon says
't".Ett' piece
:. H..n. ,.. UKK> ft Parramore Subdhlsion ef ,Lot Miller, T. K....................... 5.S0 Yancey, Bella B.................. 900Baskerrflle wt the head of a bald man, and some men
=, .'ma, Etr.. .... .t 40} POt of Willcox. I King Dr. Juli.................... 1,00 ................... 1,200 dressing, and arrange tem on a so sensitive about baldness that
A are
x- ,tTremain. L. H...,..*... ..oe Laughluv Ja. 3r.............. Bmt ..................... 400 bed of endive.
"Et ..... .. ....... work almost any hair graft on
t. 'r Fernandez, .. %,400 Bter, .....:..... %... .. 400 Salad.-Take you can
f Anna .. .. MO B Cheese and Lettuce
t Pettew. McDaniels, F. B..3,000Unknown
300x200 in Ntf of
J.. W.. ,,WiHaetfs Additiea te Orlando u May Ut... 2.500 N. of 330 ftNWiJ Lt .. .. and let tem
Cnle. It E SW}; of Sec. 35. ... ... 200 cream cheese, cayenne pepper
Recorded la Plat Ifauk F, Pace 84.Wflaott. .. Mrs. A. F. 4.800'' S2.. ..... .... 100 N
of .
r ... Evans, Bell .. .. ........ 600
.. small
1- .. cheese into
........ the egg
Johnson. Hamilton .. 1.80 W. & (intake tot).... .. tuce. Form A Chicago Judge a m
0 L C .. 10 Yancey, C.... .......... 900 h ore
.J. W.-. .... 2,>00. Allen, Hugh C. 2.20 Carter, S.. W................ %,400Yan. shaped balls adding a little cayenneto with an Income of $6,000 pay b
; Wflmott, J.-,W.. ...?.... '00 Walton P. G. 1,700 In Scetioa 25, Township Range 29 M B.................. the
22 S.t the on
3.0 spots He's got
Wilmott represent
- J. WWilmott. .... ............ % W.tnhid Chas 1500 tg wife HOOO alimony. te
.. 99xx223
adjoining Yancey
J.; Wuntklne ;...:..... ......... .0< Sabdhyoa of Lot ud Lewis, N........,............. 2 0 UnknoW............................ 100 Prepare some heart of lettuce by removing laugh on her at tt Shell have

; S A.. l.a' Addition. 1 Fuller Ln. Y.. .................. Carter Mrs J. W...,,........... 300 the center, and place the"eggs" the income now.
Park Ai. .Recorded I Plat 1 Wilkox Lafihn J B........... ....... 2 00 Powell, H L...................... 400 middle. Arrange on pay t
i, SS."Lewter a .. .. .............. in the :
.B F. L.............a.... 200 Taylor, R C.: 300
" 1 Martin, Emma G............, UOO Hem, ,, A. A..............,..!...... 300 Terry, Hart V. al........... 3,600 dish, and garnish with the center Messina Is now building erquak
Linne_W........;,,...,, :.. 5X Stanley, F. W.... 75Hutches. Thurman. W. J................. 150 Carter W..e............ 400Dietwyler removed and but continue
'Diku ft Ives.100 M. D. UOO Newkirk, Mrs. A. F................. 150 I .....:.......... 400 pieces shrede proof budg. Aecn
Cum. Frank ..,.' ..".....'.. 5' Martin W. .E.?... ...,.... 600 Walker, J. G...................... 800 SteD Lcd....................... 500 Lettuce Salad Che BaBs.T .- homes places of
Llntie'W...;...;...,.., 101; iWillmoa Dwyer Nash.................... 700 I Dp B...................... 900( te and work smooth work and business that are food for
'Weeks, M. E...??.,, } WhiUdetfs Lucerne Property. Saulte, I W.................. UOO Henderson ......:......... 200 cm'ch .
'Lewter. ,Limb W.....,..!.... MBA,I Ames, Jon ................... 800 Anderson, Emily G................. 500 with fork adding gradually just flames. They have not yet lee
IcB' Elua'.A.. ....... .:.. 150 Bryant, S... ... ... .... .4,400 (Lewter place)....... U0< 190x232 adjoining Ander enough cream to make a stiff paste. their
t '100 Knox, Le.! .... ,600 IB Cl......................... UO Unkow sn Jt ,......................... 200 into several Color len
eBr 9i'.u""t' ,2Ml; Davis, B..;...... 6,300 Ray ..........."....... 49 0 Unknw 200x400 adjoining Anderson Divide pron.
B...,.*.. 4.. 100 Graham Mat. _:...........:..... 4.50 Taylor. Gr, _.................... 200 .....*...*.. .... 250Unknown one portiop green wit and The passing of the Majestic Is aot.
'TSedke, ....;...;..:. ,. 450 Phillips,?Delia '........... 9.0 McNeil. Jane ..................... 1,000JcCch. < 33x200 adjoining Gallo chives pounded to n pa te; anotherred mournful
L. Linnie W.. ..........t..,5. 250 E.P.",.,..... t.. ff ......>........ 600 way lot ........ .......... 50 er suprnuaton I
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J. W...,..;,:...,.. % Barky, Mat Est.,. ,."... 100Beggs. with, pounded red pepper and but twent.four years old I 1S91 she
I-- P.Kr' Sarah F.' .." 100 Re Mrs-. Minnie............ ft Pae..................... 60 spiced beeN chopped fine; a third yellow !. was empress of the Atlantic, with
'1.A. Sekaildf.. .Eatate'aad M(, Leknt'eI A ... WOe Cpm, B..................,... 700 Rodgers. Anni .........,........ 0 of hours and
I : *". *" '** .****** ftI Had" Vestal Mrs. J. W...... ........ 600 Galloway. Lul .:............... with the crushed yolk a bar a record of 5 days, eighteen
}- i... L J. A. Wood's, Addition. Smith Wm ......................... 2Newkirk. Senc S.................... SOO boiled rss: f fourth brown, wlb 8 minutes between New York and
I ; Mrs. F............... 300 WI H.............,..... 200 Mold into tiny Now she goes to the
Jewe
Sekmidt, ... McBride, Mrs. A 30Hfllmaa ........,......... 200 i iBo pounded pecari met. Queenstown.
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Mary A. ..... ....., A..t .
= Lehrer, .Miehad"Hammentefav Bt ..,,...,... J. W.Sp1.... ..... ._. ]8 ,' E .M..,.......... 300 Hi. Sh ...:........ ........, 150 balls, and pnt on* or more of each eel Junk heap at $1.0
HenriettaJ 'f. ..; 800 UIU1 Lb and 8. .. -.'... 120 Fallen, Eib...................._..: 600 Mellon S..........;....... WOO in" ts with lettuce leaves.
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,1x/. .. a 360 Sit.J KA.(11) ..... ..... Erick ... . 1.000 o !
; ehrer .Michael .' ?...... ;2,700s. U.kw Lt 1 and14.y.y..... 60( Hart, W. E. and wife ; : 700 Stenburg, ..; .?
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THE MERE ,ANNOUNCEMENT of this event should be sufficient to pack our store until all surplus lines are cleared away.

t You'know the principles which guide our business. Excess stocks must be cleared out injthe season for which they were purchased.

R 3 You,know the quality of the merchandise we sell. You know that when our decision is made, as now, that the saving chances are

c available as:advertised. Why are we selling good merchandise so much cheaper than other stores are selling any kind of goods.

THE YOWELL-DUCKWORTH CO. sells no goods of poor quality, nor of uncertain service, at any time. Everything that comes

f in, to'go out among the hundreds! of patrons of the store, carries a warrant of satisfaction, whatever the price. Also our assortments go

:: dj ,beyond the ordinary, and include goods of a higher perfection than other stores regularly show-

: At'a,season's start-off, our,merchandise is marked what it is worth,.plus a rightful profit. Any one can attest to the fairness of our w

pricing.. As the,season wanes, remaining goods are forced out, regardless of price,,, profit and worth, to prevent an overlap into the '
i newer style period. We are engaged in the forcing out process now. Any store can paper talk of quality and low prices The

: Yowdl-Duckworth. Store'can show both. .
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i.4 : SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19AT



.NINE O'CLOCK, AND LASTS ONE WEEK

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; U MESSELINES, foil :yd. wide, EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA Ladies ,
beautiful line of colors to Patent Gun :Metal
LI a
I kiftd cheese. from;:.the.regular ,$1.00. 69c WOOL DRESS GOODS Valuesup Beautiful stripes and fancy plaids CREPES and 40 inch in Ladies' GOWNS made of Nain. Tan Pumps and, $3.50 White value.Buck.. Colonial.. .. . Ze 59

to $1.00 Dolly Varden Voiles, 35 and sook Lace, trimmed, 75c value I
50 cts. values
E :UNION-MADE WORK PANTS, 25, cents 19 39 cents LAWNS, DIMITY, BASTITE,
OVERALLS AND SHIRTS cents TISSUES AND CREPES, beautiful -
line of patterns, value up
1 Best: Grade Work Pants,.. .. ,93cI EXTRA. EXTRA EXTRA to 25c., your choice ... . 1UC


.Beet:.Grade/::Overall* ...-.. t. 93cU SILKS in plain and fancy pat Ladies' HOSE in plain and CREPES in Floral designs, 35c MEN'S HOLE-PROOF HOSIERY 11C
terns worth up to 50c fancy colors, the !best 50c values, all colors, extra special ,
quality,
i tcle Sam Work Shirts ... i 45c 19 cents 25 cents '15 cents Flaxons, in plain and fancy I '
white checks, stripes and fig
-. -- ures, 35c. value . . . .. .. .. 17 c
.1 CREAM SERGE? for Wash
'r < Skirts, looks like wool, 30 inches' 2
wide,..25c' qualityTOWEL rsF C EXTRALAWNS. LACES, Big lot of Val and
Torchon, in edges and insertions
12 l-2c. and15c. values .. . .. 3c
BARGAIN, Heavy
hemmed hack, ,size 18x36,. regokr INPLAIN WHITE and COLORS
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'15 cent quality ".. '," '_ 4C RIBBONSin plain and fancy,
India Linon, Pajama Checks, and a value up to 50c., your choice . ZSC

DRESS. GINGHAMS, in plain, good staple Gingham, lOc and 12 12c. C
colors, checks, stripes aad MEN'S TAN and GUN
,plaids; "10 cent quality: ..... INC.I values, this sale AL OXFORDS, $4.00 MET2. .. .89
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- t UMBRELLAS,for .Ladies and Men, 98c PERCALES full yard wide, splendid
FLOOR
I *$UO Value. .........,......:.... designs, regular 12&quality...., .81.2c SECOND .CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
LONSDALE and all the best brandsof LADIES'WAISTS, in Voiles and THIRD FLOOR
PARASOLS in white nd''fancy, 8Se Bleaching, full yard wide, 12c $3.00 and value .... $1.98 1
Crepes $3.50
Yllues up to;$150CHILDREN'S .......i-.... !" ..quality, 11 yards for............. $1.00 LADIES' KIMONAS, made of Quartered ular Price Golden$63.00, Oak Sale Buffet Price.,.Reg....QS3.50

." SOX; plain and fancy,. 15e, BLEACHING, full yard wide, Regu, il ,00 .line, $LOO .sitko48e 1 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, $35
'25c value, ........................ Jar lOc quality, 12 yds. for....... CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES, value, for ........................p 25.98
9 PAJAMA CHECK, full yard wide, made of value 98C 2 Quartered Golden Oak Buffet,
CHILDREN'S,SOX, plain and,fancy, 1V 1A/, Regular loc quality.............. ftp Gingham $1.25 $1.50 value ........................$27..$2 0.98
g r 15c quality ........i............ CHILDREN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS,
EMBROIDERIES in Edges, Bands 5e 19c 2 GOLDEN OAK BUFFETS, $25gift QO
: LADIES' HOSE, Black, Tan and and Insertions, values up to lac for embroidery trimmed,25c,33c. value value ..........................$ ,
White, 25c ,alu ................. 19c One large lot LADIES' DRESSES at just one- LADIES' RAINCOATS, ruberized, $4.98 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET $22.50 H
half the,Regular Price. Regular $7.50 quality value ..................:......$16.98
< MEN'S SUE.SHIRTS CHILDREN'S RAIN CAPES, reg. 1 GOLDEN OAK BUFFET $16.00
: .s SECOND FLOOR : ular $1.50.and and $2.00 quality.. $1'00 value ..................:.......$11.49
,$3.00 'Talae'....., ; .. ........ $1.98 LADIES' SILK WAISTS, in white $1.50 GOLDEN OAK DINING
and pink, with Organdie collar and 98e One lot of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, $2.25 CHAIRS ....................... $1.19
cuffs, great value at $1.50. at...., ..worth up to $15, your choice....
: *50 $lee .i'-;;'''''''!'' ''''' '''''' $2.15 $2.00 GOLDEN OAK DINING
: CHAIRS ...................... $1.49
$4.00: take ......................... $2.98 GROCERY DEPARTMENTFlour =.J $3.00 GOLDEN OAK DINING
CHAIRS ....................... $2.00
LADIES'' HAND BAGS in. ',lain'25e has gone up in price,but we haying purchased Snow Drift LARD,.10 ft. pail, for... $1.20 Closing out our Rugs to make room for our
.White, $1.00. Tatee.. .............. before advance, large Fall and Winter Stock.
a large supply the enables
Snow Drift LARD 4 lb. pail, for.... 48c 9x12 AXMINISTER, value
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to make much under the Market $25-5MJt7
s BATH .TOWELS, the Everlasting .29c us prices: Sale ..........................: .
kind, large sue; 40e quality:.... Value. 1 Pound can Royal Baking Powder.. 38C
Sm-Us Brand Flour Fancy Patent: 9112 VELVETS, value $25.00, Sale.. .?14,499x12
.INDIAN LINEN 32 _inches wide, Gndrella Brand PEAS, extra fancy,
k E:o sheer mercerised finish, 15c quality .IOc 98 pound Sacks.. $3.40 20c value ...,...................' 13c 9 WIRE TAPESTERY, W.OO.g ') QQdalv
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Or dozen........................ $1.54 ** **
'; BEDSPREADS, Urge size, Marseilf| 1Q 48 pound:Sacks...................:$175 per 9x12 TAPESTERY, value $It.oo, $9.98
lea,pattern,'$UO'quality..,...... f 1.17 Cindrella Brand TOMATOES, 2 lb. Sale '
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gallon:gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver I "
f. / ,'V-shaped radiator;:nickel trimmings.; Standard equipment:

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REDJL1A YEAR tery, ,laces and embroideries, toys, At the Hungarian restaurants thereis )
dyes_ etc.Among. <* much discussion. The Germans
--. the schemes' being informally . scattered all over the city are imbued TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD $

)RT 'l10N' :FROM WAR, considered is one to change the i with patriotism for their native land, l
internal revenue tax on cigars and but there is no evidence of violent
ING ;:COUNTRIES' HAS tobacco, making it an ad valorem tax patriotic feeling. Crowds gather be- COOK WITH

'ABOUT CEASED instead,of a flat tax on amounts. In fore the ,bulletin boards at newspaper GAS

this"way it is estimated ,about $40,- offices, but they are not as large

.ip'Tax OB.Cigars,Cigarettes 9 000,040.could be raised. From.an in crowds as gathered before these same
" ; creased beer tax it is estimated $30-: bulletins when war threatened between -
Beer Be Levied
. May 000,000 co ld'be brought in. N o the United States and Mexico. 1.
to Make Up'the Convenience 6.
; : change lathe, income tax could be effective The only really'exciting demonstrations :- Speed

Shortage'r until after July ,1 next. I have yet seen, were those that 2.
Comfort 7.
Senator Shields of Tennessee, isjsued took place before the offices of the Efficiency ,
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ashington,.,Aug., 13.-Ways',and l a 'statement urging the use of Austrian consulate ,,at No. 24 State
supplement falling customs the income tax to provide any additional street, and the office of the Staatz 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety

p ls by war:were. discussed today The treasury statement today in German. At the Austrian consulate 4. Simplicity 9. Perfect Regulation 8

'tarj'.McAdoo; ChairmanS'A that the> customs receipts fougust several hundred Austrian reservists ..
i of the senate e 'up to _date aggregate$7,766 appeared in the hope of being 5. of Heat
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Chairman .Underwood, of the _538,'against $10,205,958 for the same sent,to fight for the fatherland. Accessibility

i ways and mea 1s committee [,'period_ last year, and that, since July When it was found that the several 10. Economy
1 considered the feasibility of a 1 the total]has been $30,755,003,about hundred could not gain admission to

:,tax on checks and documents $7,000,000 less than during the first'six the consul at once, the crowd stood

i;the.-same. :>'as'during the'.Spanishof : weeks of last,year. before the building and sang war, and
. d an,increased_tax:on"beer folk songs and later were kept in or- 1. CONVENIENCEDid

icco. :._-\. MINUTES MANHATTAN der by the police. A party of Germans I
'_conclusion was :reached and congregated before the Staatz : you ever sleep over ill the morning or come home late in the afternoon
or:Simmons and Zeitung building and cheered I and have to start a fire and
, Representativerood (By ,Gotham-Knickerbocker) the German wait for the wood stove to "heat ?"
have. .another'conferBif i ,New York, Aug. 13.-Considering I army, the kaiser, the Austrian : Did you ever want to make tea or heat up some milk and couldn't up
because
J New York's vast foreign, populationI army, the, Hapsburgs and sang "Die you would have to start a fire in the
for
.,, :Deficit in Ttrif Wacht Rhein." range a few minutes work? Did
Duties am
I[ think it, is most remarkable that the you ever want to start
.,Mtfa tod ,that the wai will, metropolis has not appeared. more All one hears, however, is war talk.I tain your something cooking and go off and leave it to enter -
;United States.- ,'in'loss'of. taitally -;I"'deeply concerned' in the ,remarkableseries recently dropped into a cafe where company but couldn't leave the wood range going. Did you : '
ever-but
-,' $l00,os,ooo per )'ear.l: I l of ,events 'taking place in Eu. the dispenser of refreshments is a what's the use? We could keep on giving instances all day why
it is
I. have1 to,be replaced. .1{I'rope. To my mind it is doubtful if stout Teuton and the attendant at the "Convenient" to COOK WITH GAS.

ary experts_have completed,a it,would possible to_walk up to any lunch counter a fierce mustached ex- We will let you be the judge. Is it
I{ "Convenient"
nt,showing imports from'jJ e mari or 'woman on ,a crowded New subject of the czar. A lively discussion turn a valve-and have to.strike a match and
ae., They, did not hazard, anftte York ,street without finding some one I was in progress, each strongly your fire going in an instant, any time you want'it?

of probable'low in,revenues,7';who"either,had relatives in Europe or defending the course of his country. _

:informally' i it,:Was, admitted -who ,has deep interest in affairs in On, inquiry discovered. that neitherwas 1
total Wight be'nearly $1 00,-1!that continent ,. eligible to return to fight, both

"for"the,. -I' < year., Figures also] Here are hundreds of thousands of being American ,citizens, and what ORLANDO WATER
I been prepared to' 'demonstrate te j Germans, .several. l hundred thousand was more, neither had any desire to & LIGHT CO.
might be:.:raised by i increVed Russian Jews, thousands of HungarianS return and be shot '

:liquors and:,,tobacco,and by} ; French, Slavs and Italians. :YetNew t know of no, section of the, city so GAS DEPARTMENT
1 ,to- the income tax.pftsentative 't 'York."has remained perfectly, easily excited as Wall Street. Nothing

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i study:of the situation, but j is either foreign born or of that there was to be a general clashin .
t;attempt to ,frame a ,definiof t foreign parentage. government dredge which will The board of trade of :Miami have,
action":until Me-1 Europe.Thousands gathered before be used for deepening the Tampa har- ordered new engine for the electric
,Secretary. To be sure some interest has been the subtreasury and with bulging fifty thousand booklets for' light plant at Clearwater
outlined actual conditions. ', bor has not arrived and its nonareI distribution, and 'I has been
they will be
displayed in the war. Extras have eyes watched millions of dollarsin ready installed and tested.
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Great Britain some port for Halcyon hotel city
with its
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i absence of excitement even in the rolled: over the sidewalk as the stout roof ; the best of service and
one which
., ,: France, and'. 'Bel-I J portions of the city occupied exclusively I German kicks along the kegs of beer been repairs.done The and preliminary the dredge work is has :and white exterior, the adjacent gar not be put out of commission can
approximates now den with vel'JI'
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truck
brewery at work the
on ice
needed for the of plant is
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[Germany exports:many things 'j 1 completion contract -II j corner, while a royal palm stands in
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Y E F : 'V '.LATE-' '. OF- DEPOSIT, OR ,OPEN A_ state board of ed .i ; el}) $nt :' :f .

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ACCOUNT
tiax rCHECKING W. N. SHEATS.

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fowdatiea, its experienced ..officers said of the county .: Silver
etc.
? and.its syste safeguards_ makes. theIr be said of the ,
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.' STATE BANK'OF ORLANDO the stroke. : . $1.00 PER YEAR AND UP '
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the "place .to'place your ,money." : 4y pen .jIflf] .
f, Why? It would .: : ; Yon cannot afford to leave such .

';.,' ,<>;c'DO THIS.:NOW. ":,i of dollars.manhood, :which ;L valuables at borne when $1.00viII" .

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:: sort:, but, they add not a little to the char- effort. It costs 5
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t actor, of your private: or public correspond- But governmental teachers from loss, and two members I>'superintendent and make touching tendent would rather go down in advocating
conducted on a of the borad agreed to the statement : appeals in behalf of the unpaid teachers. law and justice, than survive -
.enoe An of business
e important .part our is I
i and admitted their and It is with .
i No government :duty responsi- j an unworthy dodge, unworthy dishonor.If
to furnish the most exacting customer. th'J operated on bility in the matter, expressing their of those holding offices of the citizens of Orange county do

4 just the. special style shape and finish of justice, integrity willingness to join with the others I II ( honor and dignity. It seems that not want a superintendent who will
: and desired. of the true involved in raising the money with "the patience of the people would be- perform his duty, but only the puppetof
paper .
envelopes
-I. The I which to pay the teachers' salaries, I come utterly exhausted." This case a board, it is their privilege to
We also have all the, leading shapes with superin.1 and abide themselves the results of has ben appealed to the supreme make the exchange. But while holding

of peas. ,and ,all grades ,of lead' pencils also their salaries i, litigation. But instead of raising the court. The superintendent has said the office with which they have
". ; did not fulfill money, nagging at the superintendent he will abide the action of that court. I entrusted him he will strive to perform -
,both black and white. ink and all the colors I I '
: the fault was not j,continues. The: effort to run rough |Let that suffice. Mr. Howard says : his duty as he sees it., unintimi-
between. in the shod over the law, and.the courts, and the superintendent has destroyed his I dated by threats or by the dread of
school board said the superintendent has failed. And usefulness in the Orlando schools.Mr. popular disfavor.J. .
} W. S. BRANCH
t between the now to escape the consequences of Howard may not be a true prophet F. McKINNON,
performance this failure and cover up their responsibility : There have been false prophetsin Superintendent of Public
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