Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 14, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00546
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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.:t Several Citilens'Say'Stfeet'Work'ls-' 11 City Should. Provide Additional Water Suttntv o BRILLIANT. -. AFFAIR. '

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: ,Not Properly Inspected.Several "'. j' > -- 'a-' I Reception is Held at, the, Home of
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4 ."..." Hon.: C A. Carson.;,
complaints were 'made to the Growth- -
Rapid of City Presents '
,City Council at the meeting on Tuesday', a t. The- beautiful home of Hon. ,c.., A.
g':: evening' regarding the quality of the[ New Problem to' the Council. 4 Carson was, the scene, on Jut Friday p

brick, :which are being laid on Clyde Should Arrange at, Once f3r** i night of the*most brilliant social eventof

!/. avenue; the citizen. making the complaints I ,Another WelF.MM. the season,when Mr. and Mrs. Car '
;[ claiming that the work is not.1 MMI- apn' entertained i In honor of. their s------'$(

:' receiving the proper Inspection' on the One of the important matters which and his bride, Mr.. and Mrs James,CarJ
l part of the city engineer. should receive the immediate attentionof -4 son of Jacksonville.' ,Mrs.. Carson was ''ii,

>.;i rte first objection, wfes entered by the city authorities' that of in formerly' Miss Sarah Pipes, of-New-Or.
I': Mr. H.,Bullock, who said that/ many,, creasing-the water supply. Kissimmee l leans l, a young woman of moat attract-
inferior brick had been laid in front of has been splendidly equipped in tins i 1 1I Iv. personality And possessed of unusual

yty' hW property. He stated that unless I I regard with its magniuoient eight Inch social and intellectual gifts. The' marriage ,

these were' removed and replaced by I flowing well, but the growth ot the j I Ij' .,, took,place' "in New. Orleans 4 few ;-
%...proper material he would protest pay- city has been 'so astonishingly rapid I{ --. .weeks ago.:
'-Ic: .jIII1a: for 1 the work. Dr. Downing made: that the water department has been J The following account of the reception ,

i. m.r.a slmlla.pbov..1P.... n'..... QIPDlaini. declaring i:_" ,,-that the j'put to the necessity of placing stringent II '' __ is from the, columns' of the Jacksonville
)" atb I. 'e' 'J: '. Uonl upon the users of water. I a. Times-Union ; .
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I, city engineer is not looking armor ." ; ,, The, '
"- .'' ''** !othlng approaching a'I people 'of ;1<.JIs mme. ''Who bad
a.t Interests of the city and the' property There has "".-- a? watering lawns I known Mr Carson from childhood werV i1

'owners. j famine but hours tofl phortened and glad "of an opportunity to meet '.Mrs.
Mr. H. C. Stanford called the atten and gardens have been I Carson andto extend
; zl l er- , their good wishesto
_. tion of the Council to the fact that rules requiring fine spray nu k I the young
,j I I a. people. So, in spite of the-
and he
there is considerable criticism forced. .
: 't dr stormy weather,
., a large .number of
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asked that the Council look after thecity's restricted the
Instead of being users .' .' 4'l d 0 guests were present, .
? interests In this regard before itt of water should be encouraged to use it I r In the receiving line were' Mr. and

too late as the responsibility for the freely. There are numerous reasons;' Mrs. C. A. Carson,;father and mother, %
quality of the work done will rest upon not least of which is the health of the | of the groom. Mrs.; Carson Was dressed
the Council. It developed during the for .... -p -- MIo. _
public. Lots [of water cleaning j I "'i1 in a handsome crepe de chine gown
discussion that the city engineer was for flushing sewers, for keeping the with a corsage'boqueX of"'orchids. Mr.:

,,out of the city on private work and had city In a thoroughly sanitary condition :: Ki..imm.... MG,.. 1 le.af 8-inch flowing WmU. and Mra. J, M. Carson;'MrsX. 'Carson ,

been out several days. No action was is an absolute necessity. The invariable I wearing an Imported gown of'black,.

4i taken in the matter it being the sense I accompaniment of a water famine in a trimmed with ,diver and real! 'lace,

i' of the members that the matter of city.. .. la fever sni teitilence. Kis- L with corsage boquet of lilies of; the ''
seeing that the work is properly inspected valley.

: is in the hands ol the street | ASKS PUBLICITY The guests were welcomed first by '

committee, with whom the complaints I Miss Elizabeth
Bryan Carson, who'wore
should be left. :j Mayo dvises Publishing;; Financial pink mescaline trimmed in lace. Her '
A committee from the Board of Trade "
flowers were Killarney 'ro ... Miss
appeared before the Council to ask for T Statembratsof Municipal Plants. Inca Carson, wearing a green chiffon

the opening of a drainage canal In the Mayor N. ciz ryan sent a message ;i with crystal trimmings, 'with white roses -' ,

western part of the city. This com- to the City Council rbis; week askingfor l attended to the general happiness, ,
,,' ml t tee consisted of Messrs. N. C. Bryan of the
publicity as to the municipal plants."j guests.
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H. C. Stanford, A. E. Donegan and' ... ... Tnere can be V thu I I In the '
a&& ; .... ........,.. no objection ? and dining room the guests were"served
A. E. Thomas. The committee sug- | I'' the mayor states several gool reasons to Ice cream and cake by Misses

gested that the city engineer run levels 1 .. ,. for it. The message follows: ""- Fisher, Mildred Lee and Virginia Mak-

so'that the exact work required might j I To the Honorable City Council; \. inson. On the spacious/ veranda, at the
be known. The whole matter was left
It ia important that the taxpayers ot punch bowl were Miss Stella Tribble, +
with the street committee, to whom it 1 I' the city should be kept informed -upon |j\of Lake City, the guest of Mass Carson,
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had been referred at a previous meet- 1 a d Mrs..A. A.
the financial condition of the city. KIsslmmee \ Simpson. Miss Tribble. ,1, I
Ing. I is among the few cities in the is axyerv pretty Virginia girl, and need.< '
The resignation of Fire Chief R. D. j state that have adopted municipal own-i lese 6 .say this wasrt popular place, with ,

Porter was accepted. The garnish- j i ership ot the public utilities electrlcl- ple. X ./ .9 *, ;!
4 ment of Mr. A. S. Nelson the I Through '
against I t.
the venihs
j ty and water. This fact ia all the more | > eKlaalm'I;
city was referred to the city attorney. j o mee orchestra, under the leaderWnp4 .
reason that the taxpayers should know\ I : [> JJ
e Mr. J. W Prentis was appointed tax Mr. Brown, added much to the "
I the financial condition of. these two very *- -.-. ;,f.I
assessor. Several matters of routine
I municipal plants. evening's pleasure with Its berutlful
business was transacted. and well rendered music. 4
The books of the city are kept by the
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DEDICATE HOME!: clerk and we have every reason to believe
v ,T'ltiftil .pre..ure Frtm C.ty Water Wor"I' I that he perform. this duty efficiently B :
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-- and correctly, but I It seems to rs ballDope 1.- ,

Interesting Exercises Open ResidenceOf r me that'a condensed statement at the "

simmee should now guard against any financial condition of, the city should be &ANFORD f=KJSSY"'1. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. E L Rush.
I' OUT- from time, to time published for the
such possibility as this BUTLER lOST I STATE BOARD Of TRADE The Kissimmee,team was defeated on
benefit '
of
The new and palatial home of Mr. Scarcely secondary .is the matter of our citizens Tuesday by the Sanford team and ,the t
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and Mrs. J. E. Rush on Mabette street civic beauty. Kissimmee is endeavor ___ I, therefore? recommend that the umpire by the close score of 21. One j

was opened.to a house full of invited ing to take a place as the most progressive In Protest Before the Democratic I Jacksonville Board is Working onRissimmee's clerk, under the direction of our financial decision of the umpire which 'shut *off

guests Wednesday night, the occasion and beautiful city in Florida. Executive Committee.I,I Recommendation. committee, be Instructed ;to prepare at least one,I'UD, was clearly contrary
being in form of a dedication and re Our people should be encouraged: to .and"make public from time to to a weU' known"rule, of the game.' ;
ception of this beautiful house which use all the water they need in beautifying The County Democratic Executive I The following from the Jacksonville time, a condensed' audit of the' city'sfinances Other"close decisions were not made In 4

,by the way is one ot the finest, and their grounds, instead of being Committee met as a canvassing board Metropolis, with reference to a proposition ; not'',only showing the'condition ' a manner favorable to the' 'Kissimmee'

kI most elegantly furnished dwellings, in told that they must confine themselves at the court house last Monday evening' which was brought up at the of each fund but,also\showing the team; to speak as, mildly, a* possible; L;

Kissimmee. to a dribble of water during a abort I to declare the results in the second Kissimmee Board of Trade sometime condition'of the electric light plant and In ,spit*, of' ,this fact however,, .the

After the guests had assembled a space ot time each day. Democratic primary.. j'! in- April; I* self-eXplan'atory: of the waterworks plant, exactly,' like game was interesting and well played' w.

program was"opened by prayer'by Rev. Instead of restricting the users of The vote as canvassed was practically .. Referring to a recent editorial In the any other' business statement, so that throughout, and was anybody's: game

H. T. Gaines of the Methodist church water let the authorities provide more the lame as published in tabulated Metropolis, Secretary Richardson ofthe the: public: 'may'' know'whether these until ,'e last man was ,out." The'batteri .

after which he made a .short address water We' are 'Informed that the form'in-thfs paper Jast week. J Board of Trade has submitted the plant. are" being ,run" ,at a profit, or a ., ,were1'(. Klsslmm., -BuzzaxBuzza
,appropriate to', the'occasion, paying machinery:' at the waterworks J is Mr. R. T.Butler was present with following letter. : : loss.? 'V ..1 ;- ,.Sanford,, Wallace-Chlttenden.! ; .

Jk* ;respects the.)host and ,hostess', and adequate'to. handle the water> from his attorney, Cot: Andrew Johnson to I|| June 1, 1912 I 'The credit of the city t'KIsl I nm.e 1 NEEDS: : 'MORBMOtfEY,,

...1.1' ; complimenting them In'.their selections another well. The cost ot boring protest the canvass of the St. Cloud j I Editor of Metropolis, City: stands high, aa evidenced by' the priceat 'In'ordet; tosuecessnHy iompete,with" *

\..' 'I i,: ,for b.aut1"comfort and al'tln building: another well is practically the only expense precinct, alleging; that the ]I[ Deas SIr-Your' article on the proposed which our Bonds are''sold' in the open the teams from Sanford'c: '

.. { ''and furnishing such pleuant"land com that would be entailed in 'giving, this precinct were not sworn in, as)'i organization of the State Cham; market and .the, high'price-of,our securities Manager Frank :DoyleW-Th}' : ,local j' .
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t. fortable' surroundings. Her'then: : re-- the city plenty of water for all purposes prescribed by law, and that challengers j per of Commerce I read with "much in .Is partly due to, the',municipal baseball 1 club has foiad'it necessary to

'1'.,', quested the; singing:' of' "Nearer, 'My II IIi for som.years io eame. SNow la were prevented from' exercising their j jprivilege' terest\:/and lba 1I1:'you for] the', support ownership by the' ,city ,of these two strengthen Ills team "seversi, ;,spots t t
God to The. as a fitting finish to his and were ejected from the \ give It. 'The IClsslmmee.B ar of public '
the best time\ to look afterthis -matter you. ,utilities, and the purchasers and by bringing.tayers from .the, onUlde.H .; {
{4i j'j'"marka which was heartily,Joined In and we commend it to'the attention, of building in which the election 'was held Trade InApril adopted resolutions.requesting holders of, our bonds and;other"securl-.. baajbeen able to engage good men* *
i,'' by all;' Mrs.j Rush;'and,, Miss Buckles' the city fathers.HARRISMcKENZIE. by,the deputy sheriff. j the' Jacksonville Doard of tie'' are entitled to a statement of the "iTaTnost reasonable price and', fU ask;,''

y. "........raaponded to many'.:'encores :for{.vocal/ r The committee decided that they had Trade, to undertake'the work ,of. organizing commercial value of the': city' proper the loyal baseball fans .of'{ KJ Imm..

? and Instrumental selections''and.\ Miss no authority to take testimony to determine such a bodyand: this .was .consid.' ty., ,'' to help pay for a winning team. With) 'r.
Buzza was, called upon who delightfully the' ered by the governors at a recent meeting f ,
k whether allegations were Trusting that you will give'tbia- matter Mr., W. 3f Sean be will make a canvass
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,filled her part of the program, after, 4Well\ ---: true or not: but heard arguments ot! and referred to a 'committee. It Is : your favorable consideration. during Ui.next few days to secure the,
A .which punch and cake was served.;, Known Local l Young People expected that betaken I ., ,
are counsel as to the law governing primaries definite action( will Yours respectfully." ,/ small amount that..will be' required,
ln all'It 'was an evening of-'pleasure Col., by the board of governors Its I
Andrew' Johnson the
Married in This Gty. representing N. C. during next monthsThere Is ,no-
I I ';BRYAN,
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ty ,'and All present paid many complimentsto meeting next week. A tentative out- '
( Mr.:Batler, and L. G. Starbuck of doubt that be will receive the' 'nece--
Mr. and Mrs.-Rush and wished them Married at the home of the. bride'sparepte Orlando, representing W. I. Barber. line of the plan of the ,state: chamber' June 4 f Mayor.. sari support to put KUsimmee,"'on the

,a long life that, they'might, enjol'the, Mr.: and Mrs. W ELMcKen- After argumentthe committee went has been ,prepared, and, should this .1812, baseball'map. "

k;. ; ,beautiful home, ,they had,made.! ; 1 tie, on Wednesday evening, June' 6th, Into" xe Florence McKenzie to Mr. .. .'.
IMI'"Edna canvass the vote as certified by the inspectors the work, a call will be issued ;arranged for the season; and !local fans
N0 MORE;: COWS'BOYIfQ '' Harris,. Rev .A. M. Chis- <01<* the St. CJoud precinct, ,for a convention of delegates, of all i The Board of;V' 'Trade* meets**" will h..et.he.: opportunity of, witness. r,

I holm' officiating. which gave Barber 187 votes and But. CmnAerclalbodies lathe- state' at some. in regular ees*ion next Mon* Inlf''many'eam., ..' between..'the,- Kist'
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left'oh mid.
.The happy couple the .
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central .
ler 8.cOl.. point.
simmer Crackers and the' fast' teams
Are Bidding farewell train for Savannah from which day night/There are ,
Briny night ;
Johnson states that he will institute ,Very truly yours; aey from Orlando and Sanford. With the''
Gty'Streets. place they will sail for Boston, and H. H. RICHARDSON era] important and interest-1' "
to mandamus' proceedings before new player secured the locals will be, :
I will then to the bride'sold home at "",
go '
1 the circuit court, and seek to compel I Secretary :come before able'' to give .the paid teams ,from,
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,.Kiisimmee's cows are,spending their Northwood Ridge, N. H., to spend their the committee to certify Butler's name ing matter to "

'\last"week, upon ,the pleasant pasture of,. honeymoon., instead of Barber's to be printed on l' !demonstrated nor accepted by the city, the Board. Let every member OrllDJe'couDty, run fo.rthelr'mOD.T.'."
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> the ballots as the Democratic BIOMINSTREL'SBOW'Reh ;
nominee
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+ tbeeityalreets.'Thereis, j I Thebride: and groom are both well bv under of the 4' ?\
vast apprehension I in the general election. nor anyone authority be commenced''for'the
known ; plan to. present. ,, arsale have
and Kissimmee
popular among ,
in i, all the1 bovine hearts and city, and that the city could'not therefore minstrel! "' ,
young society people, the former having1 big show which is to be given '
k many briny"weep 1 halve-been. shed from I taught in! the public' school of this NOT RESPONSIBLE be held responsible for the accident: for'the benefit'of:"the local baseball yt
the and the resulting from the unauthorized of
city term, latter has use
past .
{. .the eyes $lt/the, arrogant cattle which been for the put two years head sales the machine by a man outside of the ,. Will. Live Here.. .! club. .The proceeds of this':'show: :will..

?..,' ,heretofore';"have 7;had their own way In :I man store.In, I,.' M. Whldden" alt; Co.'s shoe. City Attorney Renders Opinion 'in'Nelson' : city. The City Attorney did not '.at,j Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Miller, tber.- ''son." ,, .go Some toward Of paying-the latest forthe music; 'new1,has;park.,,been

,1'0'' '' Kissimmee., > !" They will be at home in their new Gar 1ishm'ent Case.: i tempt to fix the responsibility /; I Mr., G. C. Miller with his ,,wire,; and secured for,th. big show: and the best
residence In South Kiasimmee The damage done to the Are truckin and !;
'. "Thl' .progress "of"the, biggest Natl.i" after : I young daughter another eon, Mr. local talent will appear..That it' :will
,August let. .' i' .. Clty'A'ttOmeyaVan. Agnew &; Craw-,,'tile accident was repaired without ex- N.' B. Miller;? all from Pennsylvania, I be the most remarkable production,
1.\ city:in Florida!!, demanded .their'moval, Before leaving with Mr. Harris resignedhis ford have rendered'an opinion'with ref-('pense'to the '''city before it was turned are' stopping' for ''a" few: 'days at.theborne i ever seen on any stage gdes without' ?
position Whldden alt Co.. and
1:. ; '' however,''and after'June,12.f when the upon his return wdltake, charge; of the erence to tAe garnishment of Mr. A. B;; >over to the council.. The engin/i now. of Dr. Tbomason.:,, :"They are preparing saying.! The galaxy of talent'that will yi.
::1.', *ordinance goes'Into"'!effect; ,Kissimmee, Shoe department in tW.'Dann'a store. Nelsons'against the city for damages j in commission.-' '' to move into the Donegan 'resi 1 shine upon the stage: of the opera house ,'}: "
whose will and Heath '
haveMclntrye '
,s .. ', will take' her place among '\thel;cowless While away he will visit the shoe markets sustained by.his auto In a collision wjth'j Mr. R. D.:Porter;under charge dence on Broadway,,(;and will make and all the net of the black face William fllllJlY'1i0'1'.:J
'.' :' cities.Already .most .of, the owners of the East, and get in touch with' I the fire track'to the effect that the city the local fire department has been very Kissimmee their: permanent home. men backed,off. ,the. board i. on. :d': t
the latest fads and fancies in his line.'
at have 'made due 'provision fort caring The .Valley Gazette :joins the many. la I not liable for the damage. The opln-:f efficient, 'resigned' the last",meeting These::are, splendid people who' will be whose religion principles do: not' for-'.<, .t,. :

r 7 i t i.fos their,cows, and'''. the change will friends of this happy young
'( "tt'f' '},make' little" Inconvenience' to'anyone. :. ,extending CODau latto.na., ' \\dent the fire engfa Iud, alithSt, b.en, with regret, / city't" "' annooneement i of,the date papers, \ v ,
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for handler of Florida' oranges operating that the Indu.try'ma) not be .1 Injured J j Administrator) ?* Notice '' .

... I THE T INFLUENCE OF In this state 'to begin to move :. Correspondence with our members,'i In Court of indie. atsteof n..rlde. /

in many Instances before the oranges 'through the office ot the secretary; ;In re Eiitite of /t&adwlck! .. .. Cbmiulur DeMt.l -'

1' were fully grown. A ,few early shipments lead u*,. ,to believe that the Jobber h re.R.dOSnrn's Nodels her hy given County.h k)alt 'Whom /t may

; IfYouJ \ would sell for ffclr prices, but prefer'to handle mature, ripe stock)! rou..rl1, that t will.. .e administrator. of Ibe-'
hba.lw.ck M. Cha.mpr.( d".eed.oa
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UNRIPE FRUIT ON" as soon as the movement began In and, further, wish to advance the orange ,: tho *let day ol Jillr.. A. D. IIIIS I .Ppl to the

i earliest the market would collapse, I and lemon growing Industry In., )ilannrable' for "Id 0.emfnty._ F. at Parker.hla. offloe County InklMlmnM Judge In

and would In that condition the United States" 1 ;Tltv. In mid county .at 10 o'clock a. m., or aWHIU .

Would ,:until late in*the season, The 'growers On page 132-134 Is 't.ite following.1 thor..H",,r aN the tn"lte o.private.n be head sale' thetltireiutur.stofseldewatein for-,,

THE CITRUS FRUIT themselves were not respon.ibletfor' language; the Collo..ID.

that condition,. as the people who i "The next Ipplc tor discussion! was du.orlba'i/ r<'..I..NtaW.l lu .Id of cou"t"the southwest to wit
Ibe "MfiitbwMit quarter
r were doing. this shipping were either 'Qreen. Citrus Fruits,' UxarMrof twclloa W, 't'O..ooblr OT south of
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1 their own account or handling 'Florida seems to "(0111/033 esu t. !he'." buying on
Mr. S. R. JUix: '
Combine MARKET.I on account for the growers. If have had the first trouble. We believe I '. HoutH T quarter 111,of.f 'II the::: aoiithiMkt oiiihWfat:: quarter q.iarwr I ;'I"i thenouthwmt ndtlm 4

who sold felt ; qu..it .". tx-liig li lam more or '.
bought the growers If the shippers -
I ) It would be better I, lima. Whirl .p.uustiwl| ciii'I. he I 1.1 qjx>n 'h
that having sold the fruit and received of citrus fruits would wait until thepMiilon for such ..alenowouflleloTaiaCT. < j

the money. he had no right to 'say such time whenthe fruit Is suffl'clently \ .. ,. "
1 1 J By R. P. Burton, Florida Citrus I afar M.y \Wh. A. DW\ .
r I i that he should'wait shipment l Is
to the shipper matured before '\ I W w. .HANDIER.

Exchange. until the fruit was mature. The purchaser I I.made. As Jobers, we naturally like 2n.t AdmlnlHtrator./

Comfort and Ease with Style in your ,I .. felt that It was his right to to order early and wo always ft I
Notice of
The discussion of this subject Is send (this fruit to market early the first car of oranges; but freqllf'nt'l Incorporation.

f necessarily a discussion of cause andeffect enough to anticipate the decline I I ly when they arrive they are as Notice. l I. liorehy "given. that We. the undht.slenA .
.FOOTWEAR. . ulli llie 27th 'to "I A. U. \ ,
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I no effect without which wipe out profit green as grass; with no color. They aiuJvcin.H' to t1." llimonililH Altn-rt W. oliohrlm.
'' a causa. There Js no subject In the, probably result' In a Ions. Those who and the grocer who '' Immature
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You should careful choice. I I are aiitliorlKlnii .. bu.hi..M In
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I'Ktunt
;fit your I minds of the citrus grower of 1<'lor'l were handling for the account of the buys them Is led to believe that they i I tho MIII.. of Florida. a'' s.r-urymrstl- h nnOvr and

Care must be taken to secure the I ida today so vital to the growers as grower were not Interested beyond ; are fit for use. \His customer buys : ,u end>' \\lriu under l of cud the 1.I'T au acme of thu of Mnto the ol Kla.inimca.Horida.

_' I the Influence of Immature citrus I the price per box that they receivedfor them once and may make another ('RIy' ."'"t"...,, I'lio propoked oharlur of Held
1'Lll1s' In the markets .. ... .... ,h. In ord. and figures .. follows -
/I !:! of the country their ser>lces. Much of It was purcahse, but finding,; them worthless< '1. "" .1"11 ,

CORRECT LAST .Z'I as It effects directly the income of ,handled at a fixed price per box regardless he refrains from buying more for ]I Isome lo.\\'n t 1', P O/.lVEU.

every citrus grower not I of what It netted the ; \\'. W tAIt..UIQ.
t'' THE RIGHT SIZE only In Florida grower time thereby retarding!; the consumption N. 4
I bfrt in California. ; hence they were Interested In be- of fruit I' 11.CAIto9N.

yI THE ,BEST LEATHER ''I The growing of citrus fruit Ja one ginning as early as possible; shipping ")Ir. Charles n. llilhl1: would like I'I' A It TIC". :" OF-INtOKPORATlONFltKT
of the
most fascinating.\ If properly as fast as possible and moving as
to see this recommendation .
I : adOlted'j' .
.
grown and marketed there is much the volume
I no other as possible as moved
I fruJt grown In this ; the net amount. of their Last year we commenced KTMlmum ne of thl o uD oyuncud Ire InIh "
Because we give all these our particular countrythat governed and packing/ oranges when they were Dairy' principalpi.iui.l
I hiiNiutkt hall bo lOA the City o' KlsjIminir '-1r"1i..N
: pays more handsomely, and the own Income for the season's business. I In
attention ; I about one-third colored. The result .( Uiuiilj: of OHceola" Slate of Florid...*.. - particular people come Ins and handling of a citrus grove private conversation with a numberof but '| ."'
l I was that there was nothing/: grief I< ; >
aside from Its Intrinsic -value Is I the most Intelligent of these 'WCI"J' '
here for shoes. onethat ; operators on all early shipments This year 4 I I r .- ,
appeals to the fancy. In considering they admitted that It waswrong i 7heyy1 I! t.rI ,
I I reversed the order of things amp.'!",'-__ 'iuiki, noli.,.. ot tIp\\, txiHlnORe/ to bo .r
I ---- --- ; the Influence of Immature that the shipping of thlit greentuff single <.' 'r ..1'" |I "".od.1 >hy add, allow
', fruit the citrus not a gro-er: mnhufn.turingbufngend. ) I >CIIK||| of all dairy t
on market we must killed the market but took the "' bring I" .
fruit until it W--. "_,,? _._ I nroiltiitv. mill ,fHrrTlnir on mifl, ,K'onduftliifr'
i'I Ik Jake Into account the fact that we position that if they did not ship It, I 0/" " U.n"*"-" CUlOreu--Un' HIIU ; ." 11".1 iliitir UKlneM. nun,, me nciUiriiii.fmnmtf .

t I are all human and. are actuated primarily somebody else would and they were sugared; up certain p'r'pnlaI'! '. tli'HMn C, ICN.I'ng H1, soiling' strop
L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. and this P" I>IOI < ..< I'tri-tiiHl ..timv b.. "
t by the /same Instincts If we In the deal for all they could pet; out .. anon l have' not had a Bin( -ar ilnT'iuh or urlv,'mi'in' for i nrr>mir on Cod
,I will bring The matter home to ourselves of It I have studied this question j 8 e r...mlllalnl"j 1 i ,,inilui vuu t ll. 'l'iin' .i a w 00.1 l Mhnll hoc the
I I ilklil lu i out "u n nnil M. -linren I of capital lKt
consult our wives and families closely both In California! and I'I > i ":\ Wagner/: : 'I 1 move that the ideaset' : I I we will find that any class of Florida aswell as In the I i )"'n'III1"!i l '''')' in tlit* IrmiNiu'lion markll'l"I( forth under the headingbeen/ (; Nat I toil.. sag nut\ "II|| tliitiK niMinnry to the
t 4 I fruits or vegetables; are bought and have seen promisingrmee /'KeIB', go ,0 | Citrus Fruit" b<> rec nixed as cor "011'", t"KHI, .<.I i i"Hi 01! >"u.ln)'"<

-'I' I placed before the family for consump pieces when the .V"lume, of fruit 0' net In principle, and'. that tinprlnci! I IlIlUl1_

tlon with one idea alone In view : tare d w )P Lxc1 salvo. but I never I j plea us therein enunciated\ udo|>ti"*<"l I j 1 t arnplnl. .I? I. ..I .std', ","......11011 shall b.
that of presenting something that Is [las I Sf'.,.".'. I" I., .11\1.c,1 11,1.. unr hll",1I..d aDd
U1J".r 1" it KQ to pieces under a normal !\I the sense of th.'I'slern Fruit .Isty .Il.rr.ef, the par ,1110 01 Sf.II'IO( .ach. 1
DIAMONDShlil trot only pleasant to the stable and wholesomY'A well-ma tall, I".") Ihr. I"'IIV"' )"nil' hl II" C..rIslrIutIOfl. of
delect in the fruit. California 'The motion was seconded\ 1 and I Ii all 0" , ,
I lured hIRhly-colt I car ."I'"I'r( ) "t' errry kiwi .\\101 "character
$ ed. bright Florida navels often cross the continent, 1 rled," u"a' ouuld ty fl 1t t n m I.nd l'' s. Oliver,
ellcountering :
I ;; : ::: I
The purest and moat brilliant : o.ralllle; IB "'" I | co-(5iit( 0_ d.05, tel. nud: ,.r (tie ftrm
.. y Inviting to the eye extremely low :Mr S. C I .. .
nd. tempera- 1 Lux IH one of the largest u nm ?.f tic .1..lIulll.. hairy ." .''' not
1 ;ema that have ever been howi a ('atpn. very delicious lo I lures In transit, are frozen en route i and most responsible wholesale fruit "hrlmnlr'. usn."IR "lutnl Ihmis.I 7hs"un
1'
,
.n the atate We I the I I n It." :II "- oIIIRII.I., '1011. l.n""RI
s/ /ppllt stock of mounted r2hilO, \ once eaten a dee < ': and, wlii-ii I they !Dually reach degtlna dealers In Topeka KansIr.; diariesI I !)' ?" .t IoJ ,,1,1 .rllll'rIlI'. the valuu ofnnl

make mounting to ault the fcein l IH created for another If they lion. ,are thawed 1 out and become hitter I \. Hills Is the president of the 1'io \ pnqrtl. . ". to b, ? "v..y..1 to tax COr I
pur- .
.ud .
pn"M" 0 o "
; (1."rlJH'r.hlj' O' herein
t cbMer.Every are kept continuously before the peo 1 lie most disastrous season that j I i iI neer Fruit Company at Siuranx. ... !unr'
diamond we sell !la covered by a written, ruarniiiate ... 1 | pie who buy oranges; and eat them I II I I ever ...aIn California fruits was i Cal, which bandies u cuusiderthlevolume 'I',, ".ill,t., ,...hd.. t.v U". .." .,"'(1..t"r. of tbh, eorlwts. .
are ( Its I
.std I11m l ,1I.j( II
?
'A ; I In purchaln.r diamond from 110 by mall. Prlo. e.nsietent..! I I' they will be recommended by Oip e :( the season of 1 It03! and 1304. one of of citrus fruits I.I"e,,J, 'I.r ..I ptnprrtyFo, , a.S 3u.' ,

who do eat them to others and they i the HI \ ere at winters on record when There. ; Is a moderate demand, for ,at u

W H Beckwith' Jewelry Co. I become, an advertisement of themselves I pruttii'ally c\ "thing that reached oranges through!: tills for Din I . .
| for I country i HI, '\HI! furl uf iliiN roriH'rMlon can at 1
themselves. On the con |II the KaHtern: markets for six weeks TbanksglvluK' Following tills thereIs nii\ inn.' ,in iniriHnfil, I., ") Mini .H provided

TIlE HOUSE OF QUALITY. I trary. a green unsightly sour FlorIda had been seriously damaged by cold I a tremendous demand for oranges i l.i II.., iHuxof" tin -(5(1of Florida.

orange i Is repulsive to the eye. In transit Prices( were disastrous t'1I"1I
for the Christmas (tradu. There is I
TAMPA. Phone 698. I a
FLORIDA. I I repelling!: rather than attracting!; ptir When this period passed a large vol I strong temptation on the part of all 'I 1 In- .iriiorutl l 'ii hhll er|>ttually.SIXTH .

A' + # s -110 Franklin Street_ chasers It Is generally known In a : nine of good fruit well matured and dealers to supply this demand and <.

large section of the United States that (in .
perfect condition
and sizes was for Hi, IHI-Ilium\ ,
a great many years California of ilii" ntrnoratlon( shall be rOD'
a large part of the Florida crop of sold at about I the mime price as that bus Indulged In the ,III. tl.n lt\ H ,art .till, lit', HI*."rMtttrv and u/sl.urer
citrus fruits ; practice of shipping Nod n 1.,1 "f u t Irs than Ih rue (1.11 .....
or "'
are russets. Prior to the .
.. dunniKed fruit sold for before the green oranges She can put out ,ben. .rl l u ,;, dv ,tars. whit. .h"l1 be ..lee..1.
the :New Year there Is a universal constimeiH were convinced that they ''hut a limited uuuualii on 'the ,I.. 'und '1 ue tiny I. June of.itch
quantity, howeter. for Icy'ttie sicN thulder. ,
demand for yrar lor/ 'lu
bright; Florida oranges: wire goodVbeu,\ confidence had ti , ,.. .... c..rpo'
SSSST t Thanksgiving, and as soon as tlll'SOThanksgh'lng "" The 'I"nnrl Inll I5 '.I" ,. -b.1I con-
russets and goldens are not desired again!: been established It seemed to orders du, I I- 10"11"' '. IIr ,h ecursnetl"u. until I l... 1
't'jF1 The brlghts are sold for the are tilled they art 5l. (dial, ctrl 11 ql lOr out 1. II-ir.u.-c-easnr.' , .
reason be practically Impossible to OV"1'"' tock cut out thelrj shlpmenta until time en rlel :.-i iI'
that they look good to eat ; the russets these markets these I i-xlilfiii, 1 -. ii l.r
Knowing l
thingsto
and !: to begin shipping lor Chiiatinas TIIt.y Si i.ii.t.t .r\ i.. I 1 I", ,.IMII r. UV i "r-.in..
goldens are not desired bo be t INle the management!: of the i I usually shut their packing bouses '1''liu I bun.t,,' ,,! ''In" 'i.r--hull lu'1 I olive
cause they do not look to be good to I Florida Citrus Exchange; In Its first down W tt l nr+'uo, nc.i. I :N. II < .,ion
on the !Kth until the lath of
eat.
season's business placed Itself I .."v
squarely xsTll.
December, and do not open again un ,
Prior to the great freeze of 1894. against the movement of Immature til there Is demand from the Eastern the highest) Hiiiount cplduhtauiiu..... or Ha-
Florida made her reputation for the fruits as there was no other 'I bllUy I la which. HIM corpnrailon' cat anytime I
markets for oranges. There Is vulijert) itni If/ shall
1 a 1101 .Jlf..1 iwlc the
caul--
quality of her fruits.
There was very way to rehabilitate the market for short period between the tin htiK.-k t
Thanksgiving
little of this fruit shipped out of the Florida oranges and place them where trade and the Ell,HTM.

:' : state that had not reached a sufficIent they; should 'stand. In the lead of all which gives the dealers Christmas trade amen and plane of reiildeuce. of the l'Tho

state of maturity to appeal not others in this country. The an opportunity HUbncriblnic lni-nrioraUin' aud tbe amount of '
growers to clean the stuff' which "''','k nuliM rllx-il" .
up poor |)1y .aeh. are ai followa "
only to the eye, but to the palate. themselves In the main had come they have bought, which T. H.. OIrrKI| COOUNG There had been built up In this cqun- to learn the effect of they rarely W. t\' <.amoii' Klmlmmeit Inrlda. W anaroit '
.1. putting this ever do at a profit to themselves or N.'I .i farmm.: Kliixiininee, .Florida, ) harm, :,.'j:,
REFRESHING try a widespread and universal demand green Immature stuff.on the market to the satisfaction of the consumers. In witness' ,,whereof ,lheiartle* beruUi be T.' lS
for Florida oranges. Grapefruit and they are not to be held responsible hereunto Kit their baud and Heals ou Ibis the "I. "'i4'/v!i '/
After .
: '
the 1 ith
had Christmas trade Is over day of May A. 1>. 1U1A "
not become factor. The -
a Ireeze for the shipments that made !
were .r
T. 8. OLIVER
BEALTl11'-1JL there Is a lull sometimes of thirty Seal) ..
of February 1895 practically wiped by brokers and speculators. Growers W. W. CARSON (1..1) .
I days before there l Is any considerable N. II. CARriON (Seal)
out the citrus Industry In this state who were buyers and shippers priorto
"Phew, but its hot-what will you drink?" There was a gradual Increase from the organization of the Exchange: movement of California oranges. This -
gives their fruit Hlt4 ,.I| I
an opportunity to mature lorliln. ]
: "Srf.Jm for mine every time," Drink it aS often u you -year to year-but. the factor that had have assured me that the Industryhad I In Florida there has been a disposition (.ollnlT .., "MMolaHtfiire .

} wish, it can't harm you Doctors sa v its good for vou. DeeD engagea in marketing prior to reached such a stage that they to begin In September and ( me, flue undersigned authority( Wit **
Srm-fm is this freeze for lack of- business had could make saullyapWarylT.1l.' Oliver \\ W. Carson;
pure-that's Made nothing on their own fruit
sure. from the pure juice to keep a continuous stream of oranges and N. ll i nrxrin.. to me well llnowu to be the
of Ftorida's,choicest crape fruit-no coloring matter-no either left the state or engaged in but that they evened up and man-. going to petKoim ileoorlbMl lo. and who .1.Ded. _led I

'yl, 't e chemicals. It's'the purest and most satisfying summer other enterprl es. A new set came aged to live on the profits that they market conditions market or the regardless maturity'ofthe of .u.l executed. and tile woo foreKoInK severally Artlclva acknowledged of InoorIMiratlou. ,- 4

drink that ever wet a parched throat' Into prominence with the growth of made in handling the fruit of their fruit, and their nlKimitireaand th:, execution ol the fore J"

MO !"' ea r d. I b M THE GkA FHU"COMPANY the Industry. having at their hands neighbors. A sad state! So far as the we can look back over I act(oluKartldeiiol alt dle.l. for' Ineori-oratUn the to be their free I;,
Acs.,,rt., a a A past ten years prior to the seasonof uneM" acid purpoeeatbereUa '
,. ready made an insistent demand for I know there Isn't a factor today j UKintluned. and exir. | ....... ''
1911-12 at the
Florida which consecutive years In witness whereof haTe berenjito, .
orange., was
many operating In Florida. California or In hand my
and affixed .
of disaster orllola
+ tQ grower and dealers my aeal. at Klaalm
IY times in excess of the supply. Muchof any other of the markets of this due to this foolish m..f Onooola County; State of Florida. on thus ".
this policy of forcing day of JUUM, A. P 1012.
demand was from territorythat country who doesn't admit that the l ."r
Immature oranges upon people who (hhai ROMA THOMAS... .
was not discriminating a* to Influence of green or Immature citrus Notary Public. State, Larire. .
do not want
and will lir
them not have 21-M uommiuion explrea\
quality or maturity. They wanted a fruit on the market is such as to them. Mar4UlBU. J
In a vain effort to persuade
few orange. for Christmas, and ear It curtails consumption I ..

She: has not the: whole: lier. This demand was taken care of reduces the volume of business and grower.operator affiliated not with affiliated the Exchange with it, Executor's Notice.'t't''

., largely by small shipments through that can be handled by wholesale fruit

y r earth to sell, but Just choice: I the express company,, many of its dealer, whop of necessity are the the to refrain Exchange from took this up suicidal the matter course of Mr All. ,Martha persons Pearce.indebted widow to the'eatate'of of Jno.')M.; !'Vl'I"

agents operating, as the distributors.The distributors after .
the fruit reaches
bitsof: it located in limited quantity: of fruit could the legislation and succeeded In having Pearce, late of DeSoto County, are requested -., '.)
markets and deprives the
grower to make
a bill passed by the Florida settlement at once. ,
legislature .. />
be taken care of In this way, and nd of a living price for his product. and all parties holding claim. galnstVfv '
:
making It a crime under the law
3 FLORIDAOne serious harm was done as there was The cause producing this effect Is for to the estate are likewise requested to. '-''\' (.''f
any person ship or offer Jar
nothing to follow to feel the Illeffects. the failure on the part of the consumer present same, duly attested Within the \.
As the shipment from this state citrus fruits next! twenty days. 'f
output increased in volume
to accept this fruit and pay their ;
I that were Immature or otherwise unfit KOBT. I.
PEARCEj,
-
,and these small markets were good money for It. -*
for consumption. This act passed AdmlnUtrUn.: 'I,i n''"' 3+*
of the necessaries of life worth. supplied others had to be found. The Western Fruit Jobbers' Association the Bassenger Fla. j
l legislature almost Immediately.It May 4, 19.12,202 : Tl
i Many of these had .
buying forgotten about of America held Its annual,, con .
I was heralded as a good law. Practically ,
Florida oranges and, when they be- vention January a'-5. 1912 In St. S

: A SELECT HOMEA gab to buy, an effort was made to Louls. On pale 76 of the report of of the before governor It was agencies out'of the who hands had Notice of Master's',Sale.

ship it all out of the state before the their Is found Notice la' hereby '
CHOICE FARM proceedings the fol- and would given that under and by vie- i +
profited
first continue to profit tae of a anal decree of
foreclosure
of
January resulting In Imned out '
shipments
: lowing language embodied in the report through the handing of this Immaturefruit of lOud under the seal of the Circuit;' Court of '
VACANT LOT of Immature fruits to most I of the legislative committee of the HeTenihudlrial Circuit of She etateof ( x
took to offset
steps IU good Influence Florida, In and
markets, a large number of which that association: for Oaoeola County.la Chan-' ,
1 OR ACREAGE : ,\ and to this end were report. coq .ltllll In a certain eanaa therein pending l
would buy but once and the opinion wherein the
Southern
"GREEN CITRUS FRUITS. Our Drug Manufacturing ,
vV Ask became prevalent that Florida could also ed to have employed counsel to go Company la : and, R 1C. liana ll re '!,!
secretary the advice
requested unf..lIrDed.
.
into the law dissect It and discovera pondent. the aa Bpeotal Master it
grow good oranges no more. For a of the committee upon 'food inspection (In Chancery. will Kill\ at public outcry, during .
MRS. SUMMERS number of years In the territory west weakness If It was there which the I ieRst| boon of ale, before the court' bouae
'. I" decl.lon:0.. 133, of the United would make It Inoperative. Some of dooraln the city of Klaalnmee, in asld Uceob'
of Plttsburg dealers had arrived at States of I Countv. on Monday, the lit of
a ,LAKEVIEW COTTAGE nearcor.\ department agriculture relative their number visited day Jnlr. A. D.
Tallahassee and lull, the ,
'r the conclusion and : following dewrlbed paraonal
,. so proper
expressed 2't
Clyde Ave and Penfleld, SouthKJ.- to the coloring of green citrus In some of the trade and dally papers ty. now located in OaceoU County and Stale of 'a

t' .Immee. (Clyde, 2nd ave. west of no themselves longer worth that Florida handling oranges that FlorIda were fruits. It would appear \prom the appeared what purported to be an In- Florida All the: furniture formerly In the building. ?p

Court House, leading south. ; ruling of the Board of food and drug terview with these gentlemen. In the town of HI. cloud. Onceola County Florida
could not produce a good orange Inspection that It Is not Intended to which It formerly oooupled by the .t, Cloud Drug
.. . as she formerly did. The shipmentsof interfere with the was stated that the law Company, eonaliitlng o(,flre 16)) show 0...).ot e g
commercial
movement (1))
made no provision for Its enforce- prescription cue, one(1)I wrapping counter,
vl green Immature oranges out of of orange or lemons, where one ((1)) Iron eats, two C'll( ) poet card . ,
this state had been carried to such ment; hence it was a dead letter. I (I) lee cheat, Iwo ((9r leeUona of wall shelving!
the fruit ha attained maturity, size They were reported to have formeda with b.... two (2 acalea with weights, oat (I lT M ,
afiidi, e.rdusulkfla- an extent that this became a fixed and acidity even if the color shouldbe w.:its filer, two <2j paper eultera. one (1)) !' !

f .1 : ds ie St Idea dealers not but only of in the the consumers.minds of The the will greenish. In our opinion this rule paying pool his among pro themselves rata of the each expenseto one. 'Termi Dated oft May aala:Jut cash.A. /i/11 I] ''


,; .Livery: : Feed tables few wholesalers can that were bought by the contrary not hurt it will business caution,. but the, on grower the fight, It.after The the Florida law was Citrus passed ExChange ,- Florida. R. D.Q. JOHNSTON,1912, at Kli.lmmee, .

1 were for the purpose of and shipper not to be in too great took It up with the commissioner of 22 .' epeolal Matter.Thanks. .. l

filling in between California Valencia hurry to pack and market their fruit. -.
) .
agriculture whose
.),' :ALL ,KINDS OF HEAVY HAULING and navels. The statement was Green fruit or Immature fruit artificially officials had: been duty advised the It Exchange i
was to .
frequently made
//I" by these wholesale colored at the opening of the

,e,.,:, ,A: SPECIALTY fruit dealers that after they had distributed season Is often detrimental to the have state this law food enforced through the I desire to thank the voter of.OIC" w

a ,' 'New'.uppl.oi f, Agent for the a few cars of Florida oranges Jobber Interests and we believed commissioner pure of agriculture department.took The ola county who stood br me so loyally 'r

.' ,.it i 'Runabouj. Bubber-tlr' Queen City'Boggle* and i they .''.would the shift demand from was dead CaUfornlaa an that If growers and shippers would position outlined In tbe purported the Interview in the recent campaign for the nomination "! '
i' > them to -
hold the fruit until It mature. ( '
Buggies the
I .. Carriage' ," Jamaica or Porto Rico. above referred to. and the attorney a* County Tax A..e aor' :.in the ,
; consumption would ber Increased. "
i\t- 'A a'photre; ;; : that -while Wee general of the state was Democratic pnmary.. Respectfully, 1' '
Phone California
ap-
J oJ! Jr B. A. might ,not b recognize4",ths difficulty of discriminating \: .
"

..' 'I f1< .f1iil ;''1?g, .., '.-,,1' 1.".1 -. '. :''..McADOQ, K- _"t .,,11)h,. '" 199 JJr any sweeter, they did' hare. a better between the. i".rioua"grade of pealed agriculture.to through In the the commissionerof It .WIUI lAMInUARasR-' 7-
appearance\'W*te'' seedless oplnloq ren- '
and e7I g-eenne.'an. the boardof FOR .
tsprwpK1QrxQrprslMrFl7r /eel UENT-A flat
? aflYYr'ifxaF'VIiFif. ? -.-xY'rdIF. + 'dered by the modern 8-room ,?,
.. ...
J> .. ', "" were not the esptsedFlorida.> ,. j attorney) general Park with '
i.- ,: r : ; -r. I or ''fo'ott- Inspection' should' al) city conveniences.. Apply to
l -. << \ '" oe very !
under ,
"fiCM4 date lot
' It ';'t\ .... to;the- past s 80n, It.wa. .customary,;' Tra/nmell. (( October )0, W..B. Gacette tfI '
'1 {t 1< \. : :'Careful: Ur their' decisions to tits.,end, ; i9'addreeeed'tq? Haryts''J office., i
tr .. non; B. B. McUn, 1//''
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;missioner'ot; 'agriculture. the lut $ RATE FIGIIT.' ': \

graph reads, ;'as follow*) $ Cloud ,
t.
.
Under the genepal i>ur. food law SChicago '- I

f have the authority to nave "ekatlons Dealers File Complaint Be- t.
'- ,
,, and Inspectionsmade, of -- I
/ The'Veterans' Association met at the fore Commissi
,fruit for the purpose of arIrving o.
G. A.-,R. ball June let with Capt., Scrl '.
whether there la any rats-, Chicago. May 81,-This week a, complaint J
ded ,or artificially colored fruit bet in the chair. Opened with singingof was filed with the Interstate I ..

attracting the 'Immature fruit' law "America" and prayer by Rev. J. B. : Commerce Commission against the At.lantic -+ I

*. the general*'pur. food' law' to.er Westcott. After .lnglngo/1'earer. My!., Coast Line railroad and 'other' I II ,

it 1* my opinloa tbat your'de-- God, to Thee,",the minutes of the last I participating railroads in the ICC tariff' ,

went U authorized to make. Inctlon meeting were read and approved. The rate
205 governing tbe on Florida veg-
of alleged green fruits and secretary read a letter from Mrs. Annetta etables.Severalleading'Chicago.. ,

ke such 'report thereon to tbe Smith which, on motion of Comrade '
bper police and law officer as'may to be houses handling -
E.-Q. Karris, was ordered
required by law trader -the '1mr fruits and vegetables are the coma \
made of the minutes'and publishedwith
ture .fruit'' ..w" however. the ao- part plalnants being represented by A.'O.

n Of your department would, per- the same as follows "Vlnton Davis, a local tramc' auditor. -
Iowa, May 10th 1912., To all the dear
stated, be
?', for reason herein The complaint alleges other I
among
people of St. Cloud I You ire just gathering
titled to no more consideration
things, that. in the handling of a considerable
an a complaint made by any city at the hall for the Veterans' Association ,
volume of Florida vegetables to :
Btt'of the State who may complain probably having to wield the ,
allege a violation of said stat fan to keep cool. .It. U a cold' rainy this market during last year excess
kC9" freight charges collccted a .
were on.
i day.. ao that a Are in the dining room I.
number of cars-In fact, all shipments
ensued
f-" X lengthy correspondence' very comfortable. We came through
A etween the officials of the Florida without any mishap whatever ; passed'' m'a!.carlot way originating on the Atlantic .
Coast line. The tariff in question
ru Exchange and the'commissioner
over' fifteen miles of water at Cairo
.f;. that estimated for different of the Osceola Hardware Co:?
of agriculture, the latter taking provide weights
.);/ some of It so deep it 'most reached the I
. Ibp position that the immature fruitfaw. telegraph, wires, but I was bound to I kinds of vegetables shall be basedon line of goods?, If you haven't:
was a general law that It did a crate whose dimensions are 8x14x22: .

4, bot devolve upon him to enforce-.It, sleep and did not realize our danger,'if inches, which, with contents, are estimated will be worth 'your wJtiiile ':to .do
rlaor to participate in enforcing It, and there was any. We bad l to move ao
at 50 pounds. A* a matter of
ehised' absolutely to have anything .lowly. It. made us late at Chicago; so we sufficient. ;
the of of '
fact, content a number cars ,
9'to do with It The Florida Citrus had to stay all day there. We visited. N b '
I i
were weighed out here over railroad .
;exchange! baaed 'its action upon the Sean &: Roebuck's great store, and it isgreat "
i opinion rendered by the attorney gen- in every sense of the.word. Whenit scales and were found to run far short .
of the weights given in the billing and t
above insisting that u-I
Oral, aa quoted was dinner time we went to their own .
commissioner of agriculture perform on which freight charges were assessed rd
.t rpie I restaurant, where more than 2,000 of
his of- and payment enforced. In other words, 1
( the duty devolving upon
dinner and
their employees eat their) we
The Exchange a personal local dealers paid out for freight
{\pee sent : money '
were served a lovely dinner in a lovely O'
representative to Tallahassee employed that was not due, according to the contentions 'C'o
,. .' counsel there other than the way and 1 should say by a lovely girl, set out In the complaint. What ,
for so she was % arrived at our destination
and together they :
: attorney general, lend. special emphasis to the complaintis
Interviewed the commissioner of agjrlcuUure at 12:00: Thursday night. We 4
that. dealers in other markets who
at which interview State parted with the last of our compauy at
have paid similar excess freight charges !
Chemist R. E. Rose was present, and Chicago. We had a delifbtfultrip all
'ID which he participated. The ExChange through. The irrepressible Fergusondid under the tariff question may havean 1

representative, with its at- nicely. He had to have his I opportunity to secure reparation if ur b_ rat ,>', .'' -
very the commission should find in favor of
}s
with the attorney
'torney, conferred fun, of course, and kept us all in good +
his opinion the Chicago complainants.Those "!
reaffirmed
who
general,
spirits if there bad been any danger of
'
.that the two laws should be construed of named in the complaint are the
otherwise. The
agent '
our getting
together, the "general pure food law"sand Geo. Middendorf Co., A. G. Zulfer &
the Seminole Limited saw us all on our
the "Immature fruit law and Jacksonville and telegraphedfor Co., Peters Bros. and M. George & Co.
train ,
that, under this construction. It was at 1
..e.,.,the duty of the pure food department a man to meet us at Chicago, which 'It is understood however .that several Suit;
other local will also become Involved
J! of the state to make Inspectionswhere he did, and conducted us to the depot houses -

complaints were flied and to that we had to atari out f.om. The in the controversy and will helpto .

y.s : secure samples and to hold these company certainly treated us royally. finance the fight against what, they

i samples subject to Inspection by the There is no danger but we shall be readyto consider an unreasonable and unjust enforcement m

proper officials of the law. The Flor- come back when the time comes. We at the hands of the Atlantic. l A f

Ida Citrus Exchange requested and have not seen any place where we would Coast Line and other roads participating lI .

) urged the commissioner of agriculture rather be' than in St. Cloud, nor any in the tariff in question. {I "' .
to appoint Inspectors to do this the
'iI:, work, offering to defray the expense people we would rather be amcng. By actually weighing/ packages of different family ,' \ d,r"1 f!:': '

'. if there was no fund available from There was u great blaze here Wednesday kinds of vegetables/ on which I .' ':"" 'TI .

the state for this purpose. The whole a $50,000 Presbyterian church was charges are assessed under authority of ,, .
i ', '
line of correspondence developed the all burned but the walls. The cold, wet ICC 205, it is delared that in practicallyevery :! .1 r"

fact that neither the commissionerof weather is pretty hard on us who have instance from 25 to 75 per cent I < .J?, sA: 'rt

agriculture nor the state chemist come from Sunny Florida. Hest wishesto excess charge has been made. The window display I of :, ':
.
desired to or had any Intention of all my friends in St. Cloud.; .,Aunetta tariff provides that packages having I :?; .

lending their moral support to the enforcement Smith." The committee to secure a greater cubical contents than the standard I :- : ',.y'vf,
of that law nor to discharge I estimated to 50 SUITS '.v, >*" *>. ,
park for the city of St. Cloud reported, of 18x14x22! weigh

the duty devolving upon them the and Wm. P. Lynch moved that the committee I pounds, shall take a proportionately I
under the opinion rendered to
be continued and instructed to higher rate. But the actual weighingof
the
commissioner of agriculture by ,
attorney general of the state whose use every proper effort to secure from I eggplant: beans, cukes and peppers PANTS and \ i

j4 duty It Is to advise the agricultural I the Seminole:; Land and Investment Co.a would seem to indicate that the railroad t"M ,I '?er

commissioner and (pure food department warranty deed to the park for the people figured on the safe aide when

as to their duties tn such mat City of St. Cloud. Motion seconded and they were looking after making the tar COATS :

ters. On October 6. 1911, Commissioner carried. Mr. Worden gave notice of iff. The arbitrary standard crate, dealers < F

McLIn addressed a letter to his purpose to open a school St. Cloud say is one used only for shipping

,"; Mr W. C. Temple, general manager for the summer months. On motion of potatoes from Florida, and. that reckoning Dressy j ,

t; ot the Florida Citrus Exchange Tam Dr.' Gibbs Dr. Cooper was invited to on weight units in a given cubical : I. ',, ,,11. r
i pa Fla., In which he saysi i ; I' \ . 1 ,,d... t
before the Associationnext the railroad adroitly I .d'
t' deliver a lecture space people very i \, , ,(: .', ..
"I have referred to the attorney Saturday and the chair appointed selected 'the commondity showing the _,'

... general the proposition a* to wheth Dr. Gibbs as a committee of one to notify : maximum number of weight units in a :; ,: ) i'; 1
authorized to take T)1thE''M\'R.I;;
1 I would any
er legal steps as an official 'under the Dr. Cooper of the invitation. Soo! minimum of cubical space. It Is pointed :" AL', .TAILORS

'Iv Immature fruit statute. Should the and quartet by male voices. Addressby out that an eggplant crate 12x14x22 I v 1

"! attorney general hold that I am mistaken Rev. J. B. Westcott. Selection from actually weighs 55 pounds whereas ICC I fe

In my views as to a want of "Othello" by Comrade Byron Sill.:; Song 205 enforces collection on this packageat I'

authority under the provision of the by Comrade Burbank. Col. Harding, by 82 pounds ; cuke crates, 10x16x16, I '

aald immature fruit statute I shall special request, related his tribulations actual weight 40 pounds, are assessed I CO.

t' conform to his opinion on the subject in trying to improve the process of 50 pounds In collecting freight, and the ", .

as he Is my legal adviser on washing clothes and how he succeededin same weight of 50 pounds Is also used ,, <
.
submitted the I
h euch matters. Having getting them well filled with starch in billing and collecting, freight on the
the attorney general I
question to Sister Perkins gave a splendid illustration pepper crate, which is 12x14x24, and
will transmit to you a copy of his
opinion on the subject. of whistling. Solo and chorus by whose actual weight is 30 pounds. Bean: '*

F Ed.Depew and others"Poor Old Slave." hampers, 10x16x16, whose actual weightis
It will be seen from the cominls- _
v aloner's statement In this letter that Adjourned tomcat, Saturday Jrine 8th. 30 pounds, are made to pay on a basis : i '
of standard crate of 60 pounds. I
he bad submitted the proposition' to Hon H. C. Stanford and daughter the !
:
the1 attorney general and 'that he Margaret wereSt, ., Cloud visitor on Dealers claim thousands dollars are j ,

would abide by the' attorney general's Tuesday.' extorted by this method of figuringrates C' 'B' c:8', I .
"' .
decision. However, after this decision' and weights ; ;j' ;

was rendered, the commissioner Comrade Dewalt left on Monday for If it developes that the fight which ( ., I I -r.:,. "

of'.agriculture: '':'did not change his Pittsburg. Pa, where, he expects to has just started here la won it will pave ," ...! '

view. We were again advised by hint spend the summer. take << ; . ;
the trade to
the for generally
way
TIRE:
that the 'Immature1' fruit law was a PRICES ; :: ;
could be'.enforcd Dr. Farris U in receipt of a letter up the matter' and push it for the benefit : -ft r"/i "
general law, 'that' It : ,,:
" .. only by the usual process for enforcing from Comrade Kirk who spent the winter of their market or sections.. Thousand ':

general laws,' that some citizen here but Is now in Boston Ma..., in of readers of The Packer allover r ,I\i I

r., should complain to the proper which he sends his regard to all old the state of Florida Will no doubt read : d \ '
1't
; l"
. officers In his county that this' officer con\raads.Mu with interest about what has just been t 'e urc e4.. .' .1 y

should take the, usual routine, Thomas Hunter who ha beenaellln& started In Chicago. It is believed that .

and that the, fruit should be broughtbefore J: eucalyptus; 'trees for some time, some of the big grower In the state a* :: :: /-.r ;> : :
..
court which would determine '
a well of the local boards of a ,
a some
y r
r
and "
John M. Anderson
sold
has out to
whether not the
on examination or \ to trade will take a keen interest, if theydo Effective May, 30th';:; 7
frulfwa Immature within the'mean- George A. Clark. Anyone wishing 1 'J" '
not lend a belpjng hand in the fight l' .
J fog of the....law, There appeared to plant these tree can get them by' callIng (
of the .
for lowering \ "
readjustment '
"
: be_no course1 ppen to. the grower of at either.place., a ) ', ':;'
;';"Rr' Florida except through their organization freight rate. under, which they--have : .Sub.tanti l Reductions:olt aI r sizes "t o/ ,

: \ ,, the Florida Citrus Exchange.The Mr.,J. G. Hill left on Wednesday for been struggling for year*. I./ \.' ,>r { k" ,

Florida Citrus Exchange was, Chautauqua, New York where he will No date ha been set for the hearing -' yuli<:"r; fl'I,r I r !

t' therefore,, forced,. Into an attitude ofprosecutor spend the summer. and It is not likely that the case i ,J t't ::,)'(.

C In.,an effort to have this come up before the commission until NEW PRICES ,".OIJPr ce' .a;, '1 ,
,
able to that
the orr'r We are glad to be report "
't law enforced. giving grower and some time in the fall a* it usually requires $33.25 $35.75 ,,1i. 4 i
state the protection they were our Mayor Is getting along nicely . ,
this
;tt.
r" two or three months to bring } 43.75 ,:"' 47:2 \? C
". .: entitled to In restraining': person we expect soon to see him at his place ; $ '

l I from violating:, this law, thereby destroying ' of) business such matters to an issue. The idea here 54.00 :5S:71.. ; '

...! the markets for their prod- seems to be to get busy now in ample I '.' '.

,;' uct. A number of arrest were made Mr A. T. Court has bought the brickbuildln& time to get some definite action before / ;: # .

,1\\ In 'this state for violation et this law, where .he now nas his meat the next Florida shippingseason come.on.New '
r t3
MIC11E11N
but admittance .to1' houses that were market corner of llth street and Penn ,York Packer. j" SUPERIORITY ,OF R.ES, r

4...".'. known to be shipping green and immature sylvania avenue, of Waters & Carson, I I ALLOVER RLD '

' oranges\: was forbidden to Kissimmee. Hill from Narcoosee, and Mr. and Mrs. |I mEtJ \

hut' growers affiliated with the Exchange W. I. Barber Mr. and Mr. Carbon
' in the enforcement Mr. J. H. Degraw. who has been
"f who were Interested Mr. and Mrs. Clark Newton Edward.and

: of this law.Continued. quite sick for some. time' Is able to bout Lynn Daugberty of St. Cloud. Everyone 1 ; IN STOCK a-ilr' > .- ,

If.. ( next week.) again. had a y Jy pleasant evening I I !" ,
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'Ij. ; On Monday evening In Uttz amuse Mr: J. R. Flgart and family, from Altoona ;
MAKINSON ,
; 'The Kissimmee Library. I the Missea'Meta and : | COMPANY RlA
ment hall Marga Pa., who.have ,spent the' .. .

.k,' .L.'I almme. Library ret tilackwell."of Ashton, g "ye'a dance in St. Cloud, have purchased 20 ,.. yM
The Kl l
-f" four hundred In tlonorf Misses Genie, Wicker arid neat Live Oak Lake. and expect.to, do >" -' '
list of over
: subscribers a who 'have been their ;
: books by the best authors any or all of Annie Hlggins. I trucking! business.Commander t 1
which reading house guest for a ,few day.1, Among
you
.t wblchpaisecureeeo W. P. Lynch baa jut organized
tingle the Misses Geee Wick. ,
)& for only $2 the guest were : '- ,
$5' for a family mem a new G.. A. R.'post at
or. .
membership er and Anne Higgins and M .an:Wicker -- "

.. "\ will bership.Issue' you Capt.a Trench membership, the librarian card for, and 'Pordon. of Sanford, the Misaes City.tOnMondayafternooa* ) i I', Do ypifit f Win! e'

171 ;; the above amount' Library. in State and Lac* and Mr.W B. Smith and Dr. the Misses M. : : n. : J t'

.; ''ti' Bank.,buildlna*(/? 8-tfi,l", ,f- .,Carson from KJ.l1mrnee.lIr.-? Ills and' Margaret,Black' welt;,of>Ashton : ; "
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i ; 4 I The. .Kissimmee' Valley Gazette .DOOLEY -Of TO-B: -, FEW-FACTS--. ABOUT- POULTRY I STORAGE OF THE ,ROOT CROPS


\ .. [ii LOCAL OVERFLOW j J Quality' of the Eggs Greatly Depends Concrete of Cellar1 Construction' Is Economical-Pit Also and ,,,'

q ... on t'e Food Given-French .Use, Easy .
,-
t w:. HARRIS .. e Editor and Proprietor Florida Grower Nov. 23. 1911.) Spices In .Fattening. Found ,.Satisfactory.- ,

,",''r)",- .1. D.. .' KUYKENDALL .. _- Associate Editor Mr. Lee Jsrrell is home from the University "Why .don't ye'Jlne th1 Exchange?" In.color,' (ByE. 1. DKLW-ICHH. ,.KJmxtnstn./ )

t !i_ I :__: -__._ ._ ......-- of Florida.Mr. said ;Mr. Dooley to his friend Hennessey |, and Eggs may dl not'er.differ materially much in nutriment -I Root crop are valuaWT for stock 'I
yet may
.'1' ,:!' ::: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C.; H. Allen, of Lakeland walt "one day aa they'met' at the post.office' ]I Again, they may Differ .large- j feeding, both for their content In of digestible I"

4' t' "' :f;" OrP'1CR IN VALLEY GAZItTTID BUILDING here for';the day, Wednesday. '. : ,,"Th"- Exchange wlz a gud ly' In nutriment when, for instance, nutrients feed for an the
: ..! ,,.r'i- KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA thing, fer the likes of I raymlinber 'I they are neglected or poorly ,fed or I I succulent 'conditions
Miss Mary'Carson 1 is home from the you. when they eat filth, damaged grain|. Under good a large amount '.
:, ,1._ - _ Brenau Col1ege,"GainesvIlle,, Ga. th' tolme- thet Mrs; Hennessey gizzard I of feed perk acre can be' crown from "
meat The and j jI
n' ; i or tainted crop ,
\ 'f t, ,SUBSCRlPTION, RATES; .. wuz goln/'roun', dressed In.burlap an' Impure food I roots, for this reason1'-thejr, are useful

i;:;" l 'One copy, 'one. year '. .. $1.60'Ii' Store.Ladies' Underwear* at Lawson'! Cash now she's wartn cochin china silks, I I into of a'hen cannot food products.Tbe transform real value !j on small farms where the amountof

I' : I" : On. copy, pix month. ,. . _:' .. ,75 It an'I notice the girl's) Is warln shoes. I of an pure tot food''lies Inside the shell land under cultivation\ I. small. .

I ; ," 0 n.,'copy, three months" .. .. .. .. .. .40 The band will give their regular danc.Ing .' Th' Exchange made 'jure oranges I and Is egg not Indicated by color of shell. ) Roots can probably be grown for "
; at Stein's wurth three tolmes much I I less than $2 per ton under favorable
party Rink tonight. ez es they ,
i... : { says the American Cultivator II i
I j" t . ,All communi cat onl, except trom our authorized. correspondents, must beI' Miss Stella used to pay ye fer thlm an' yet ye :|t I In France they mix spices and herbs condltl&''rfs. The cost of production
Tribble of Lake is
i I. 'signed by the writer. City, don't Jlne. Ye say thet ye wish th' : wlfh the to fattening poul- per acre Is approximately $36 p.1''I
j food given
I
'--- the guest-of Miss Elizabeth Carson.Mr. '
Exchange all the luck wouldn't'lolke I '
an ye a delicious -
try. which are said to Impart
f \ , ., Rejected" matter will not be returned unions called for. : Frank Wideman, of Oe Land, to see thlm bust, but ef all the ', flavor to the meat acre.Mangels give the heaviest yield per
I lads in the fruto business like I acre, with rutabagas and turnips a ",
i the wuz shouldnot
spent day in this be killed
Wednesday Fowls Intended
t to
city.
:(,j"": ":;'Entered at the Postoffice in Ki..lmm.Ia.. : ., second-class mail matter you, they'd be no Exchange an' yeed 'II only be (confined In a coop for 24 ;I close second, and carrots third.
. Mr.. C..C. Dodge and wife of Uavei.- I and rutabagas are about
be back Carrots
'on the25 .clnt a box basis, | be
hours without food but should sup'plied j
,
f Y : ' 7.le port visited friends here and equal in per Cent, of digestible nutrients ;1
: :,: ricr, :rune ::1d1' Wednesday.Mr. burlap fer Mrs. Hennensy.- j with plenty of drinking water. |I
"I'll till a saycret said Mr. Hen << and are higher'in this respect ,
W. A. Peterson, of Bradentown ye which adds to tbe cleanness of (he Intestines. ,,' ;
'' T than either mangels or turnips.
nessey. All me citrus frute orangesIs
t ".'v," / .'' ". was a busines caller' here Wednesday. tome brlghts an' ef I go Into th1 I i It a drawn. carcass has any distance I Turnips and rutabagas do not keep ''J'Jao

'. ''" Born, to Mr. and Mrs W. H. Alvey Exchange I'll have to pule me frute to go.; It may mold Inside; or If a well as some other roots They ,,""I\
;" h I, should be fed in the fall and earl} Z
Ii : on Wednesday, June 6th, a daughter. wid thlm fellers thet think nawthln' i fly) does not "blow" In It, there Is a ,
: :,; } Is Sent ComplimentaryParties ef plckln' there frute awf th' three large exposed surface hidden from winter In the order named. t

4 '-: : Miss Lottie Blackman, of Live Oak I I i wid clubs, an' thet heve the whitefly sight which may become Infected by Mangels and carrots keep well over .
) k"S is the guest of Miss Elizabeth j stored.
winter wheu
Carson. properly
,\ I an' the bluefly!! an' the green fly, scab; some means during transit. If moldy. ,
); ,t Y, this who Miss I scale, rust, rheumatism. an' i l sal- The best place to store roots is in a 4-
receiving paper, are not Ruth Butler returned home last ;: colery sour or fly blown It Is no longer
. "- '" morbust. root cellar,, near where they are to be "1
week from I don't want to mix my< able at'least for anything like a fair
Stetson
: ';, ,' "'; : A ,\\i' regular subscribers* must not think that it is Land. University at Oe trute wid there trut and there's thet price and It Is not safe as food I fed. Such a cellar may be a part of a '

: ,. ':': the intention of the publishers to later demand Jew Potasher thet I wundn't put me 'i' A poultry lecturer In Scotland some barn, basement, or It may be built Y

Mr. Egbert Gilbert, of Ocala was I frute wid ef his wuz Warln' dlments." yonrh ago. In an address on the rearIng I conveniently near to the stock barn.

I : i I of them the subscription price, as it is here visiting his brother, F. S. Gilbert, I "Is that so?" saidfr: Dooley. "IMs and general management of chick In most places the root house can be

I mailed to them complimentary by our Board the forepart of the week. you Iver Flop to think that the hilt ens. Vnld on the subject of food he I Ordinarily built most cement economically Is the only of concrete.material

frute all. goes Into the wan grade an' would give c "wrinkle" worth Its
,"). of County Commissioners for the purpose Mrs. J Z. Roberson left Wednesday thet ef PotaHher's frute ain't ez mid I I weight In gold. At three days old the that has to be purchased. The gravel)

morning for Gould, Fla., where she i ez yures thet It don't I chickens and nand are usually available at no
':: them with the advantages go wid yures? II wenqualified to eat pretty
i : '. : acquainting many distance most tarma. While
will visit great on
relatives
for two weeks. I lYou( didn't! Well, 'tis BO, an' yure I nearly anything, but he warned them
: and opportunities this town and offer bright frule I I I the temperature In a root house should
county Children's Da goes wld I'otaBher's apalnpt t the l practice> of feeding the
) was observed at the i never Call to the freezing point It
bright frute an1 ef ye have more et i hlck'ns on xonkci'i bread They should
:( homeseeker. The will be Christian
the mailed church last
; paper a Sunday and.a fine t the best j should be at a low point for best re-
kind ef frute, ye !get more adopt the following plan : FID the lit.i -
;? few weeks to any person whose name is given program was carried out. ef the price, fer ye get payed Le the { tie linen bag half full of rice, put It I I suits\ In keeping roots

Mrs. K. G. Canova ahd children left box fer the kind ef frule ye took to Into water and let It boll five minutes I When no cellar Is available, roots
us, and if they should desire to receive it reg- the may be stored In pits. For fall and
Tuesday for Green Cove Springs to pnckln' house. : They phould then withdraw the bag
| early winter feeding they need not be '
; ;\ ularly thereafter, we would be glad to put spend two weeks with her parents. "Well,"" said :.Mr. Hennessey, "may and let the water drain away and I covered to The
auy great depth. roots
be yore rite; maybe I'll come In next I I they Mould find the rice whole and
them subscription list at] the regular are put In a conical pile about fourft
on our The regular meeting of the W. C. T. year. I'll see how th' exchange:: separated A handful of oatmoal should

rates.ANOTHER U. will be held Friday, June 14th, at climes out this year wid all there ail-I| 'be mixed with the rice and It would A In diameter on. a"bed of clean
straw then '
I covered with
a layer of
8:8(1.:: ( A full attendance is requested.: verllsln' an' I lioostin'> be the Florlday absorb eli the' moisture. This the j I
two'Inches of long straw. Clean
Grower. I think maybe fer the rest chickens bhould he allowed to pick up rye
The U. D. C. will meet on Wednes et me frute I wont thrust Skinnum for tlir-niKelveR. but they should not I straw Is preferred for this purpose.

. --- day, June 12th, at the Chapter House. to sell It, I'll let him pack et and *.pllm8elf have, too much i The straw at the apex of the pile Is
--- - -- --- --- -- made to
form
\. All the members are urged to be pres t. o. b., whatever the hell thet As the duck has no crop.' It does I a chimney five or six
34 GOOD ONE. Inches In diameter for ventilation.
j ent. means. What do It mean, anyway' not Bhhlmllate and thrive on whole i

"F. O. H. has puzzled mlny a lad train.; f

i \ 'The Orange County Citizen, published [ They SaySome Mrs. F. S. Key entertained her bC-fnre you," sold :Mr. Dooley. "F 0

J ; ; in Orlando issued a very handsome illustrated mother, Mrs. T. H. Ladner, and her H. manes free on boord' an' many'sthe CHOPPING BLOCK IS HANDY I ...

: I edition last week, under the sister, Mrs. S. A. Todd, of St. Cloud, time It meant thet fer the lads .., .

t .' _, title of the, Lakeside edition. It was Tuesday. f 'an' th' other Ind, free on boord to Implement Will Be Found of Great I ,

t. I illustrated with a large number cuts, remark made by Editorsof Rev. and MIs: H. T. Gaines delightfully ,thlm an' nuthlrv oomln' to )'011. Yepee I Convenience for Cutting Meat and .- .." ..ro
and the sixteen book( 'tis like this: A lad thet has |, Bones .
on
pages, printed entertained the teachers of the I for Poultry.We I
the State regarding Kissim- credit wld the tellsrlft company : Cross Section of Pit.
: paper make a very attractive display Methodist Sunday School at the parson-
.1i I ) of some of' the beautiful spots about mee and Kissimmee's great age last Tuesday evening.Mr. wires ye an' he says. Til give ye $4 I II have been using a chopping I
t I fer
yer citrus frute oranges. Shore block Dirt I. thrown on the pile to a depthof
The Gazette. around the chicken yard which
Orlando. This Is the twelfth special Valley
paper,
Bailey and daughters .who have i It would ,ho all the same ef he offered I Is very handy when pounding bones six Inches. The roots are piled as

;j' t edition issued by the Citizen this year. pre'senting' been living in the Fouts house, north |I ye tin dollars but et mite make se and chopping fresh meat for the flock high as possible BO as to shed "water. .
,_f. ==:= =-= = =- = four-column picture ofa 1 suspicious. For early
winter "
'Four dollars, he In feeding the layer
Broadway, have moved into the says { says a writer In the Homeatead. A
Storey
In spite of the fact that Lillian Russell "sub-irrigated farm within the city I hees tllllgraft, Inspection alloud. You of dirt should, be thicker and in ad-
home
.I \, says kissing ruins the lips, the lips !limits of Kissimmee," the Valley Ga- purchased in South Kissimmee. | think the price Is pud.' Ye -git his -'-- -- dition a cuM'iirg' of straw or horse
-
\
A. of the old bachelor around Pensacola zette will doubtless attract attention to Mrs L. A. Griffin and daughter/: went number In Hrad'B street an' the number / ."" $0 -..:- manure should be nlaced over the
"dnn't look very tempting, and the Lord I -= -- :;::::;.:::::- \
.., knows they are not overworked.-Pen- the possibilities of Osceola county. The I to Tampa yesterday. They will also I looks gild to ye and ye ship him ---=- whole pile.A .
r
.acola Journal. i scene Is interesting on account of the visit Bartow and western points before I the frute. Furat thing ye no ye git d concrete root house which Is accessible ,

Reckon 'we'll have to and size of the returning. They another tllllRraft sayln- that the frllteain't : .D at all times Is much more
'! go up supply place presented and the expect to be away I /
satisfactory and
er. rlprlslnted, 'tIs too small more economical lathe "
about or
felt want" in three
; : ; f_ an":apparently "long splendid growth shown by vegetablesthat weeks. long run
.,. .: Pensacola. have presumably been encouragedand 'tis too lance: 'tis 40 per cent rotten I
Mrs. J. H. Woodall returnd home an' full ef blow holes,' says the lad at ..

.. .Those two O's- cafculation.-The'' water helped, Farm alC'ng buildings by the and proper a host use of of last Mr. week from a ylsit to her parents, the sixty other fer It.indo Thet's I offer F.: O.ye B.a fer dollar. '
and Mrs.,T. A. Barr ye.I
'r : broke up some near Baesenger. ,
workers in the fields additional ,
,1 give details wanst had a friend be tile name of 1 1I
Her
mother and little sister '
LI" and ; '
in the picture that will not tail of Hrannlgan. Brannlgan rases citrus \ '1'1', " .
,:;:Maybe some of the candidates will brother accompanied'her home' < ,' 1 i "
: : '
.' pay a little more attention to" the ,twoOa appreciation by thoseseeking information -' Mr; and Mrs. Frank Denlg have returned ' frute oranges' et a place called Zolfo. : ,v'VA: ';=y .-...,..- ,
regarding the possibilities of Florida One mornln' In the fall a lad comes

w t another'year: Times-Union. to Kissimmee after a month's to _him wid a tilllgraft, in 'bees ,ban' \

',. absence, and Mr. Uenig has resumed | an' ne says: "i-ve" here a wire rrum.j ........ ---,....
Fort, Lauderdale bad a (250,000 fire : Takum-Inn & Co.
hi. duties: as day j says he, ef Kan-
operator at the
) last Sunda)'. Fire companies were; The Kissimmee Valley Gazette of May Mrs. depot. j i BaD City says he, offering ye two Chopping Block. I
Denig was Miss Miller
ji called from' Fort Pierce and Miami, but 17th showed a nice cut of the Osceola I up town who, the efficient .i twlnty-flve F. 0. B. Ye know what F. heavy piece of timber, two feet long warn.Corn

.*. : In spite of;their efforts the town was High School building, with the schoolchildren operator, resignedher 0.- l n. manes don't ye. I do, says )ne foot wide and ten Inches thick was .'
position and met Mr. Miller .
_ : ,nearlr. wiped off themap. Most of the sitting out t in frpnt. This school Ga., where at Macon Brannlgan; it manes Fool) Old Hrannl- secured. To this was attached three
they
:\ .' burned buildings will be Immediately baa just closed for the'.ummer months were married. gan. But they'a bether methods ef legs as llustrated, allowing the face of silage is not considered a very

"!; replaced' with better structures. after a most successful year of work. Rev. Father Fox, of Orlando, will be doing et, an' ye mite spind yure tolme the block to stand about two and one- good feed. for hogs nor bar.... "
.,"' ,''' .' thlnkJn up some at'tblm." half Inches above the Poorly fed J
-Th 'f. :, Gainesville Sun.STOCKMAN!. in Kissimmee on Saturday, June 8th, ground.PODITHY I sheep will not produce '

I ;:,.' jDpwa.th. untrodden pathway of time _ '_ and wilt have devotions at 7:30: in the "Thin ye don't think" I'd bother sell I very good wool nor good mutton.In \:.
1 LIVES IN 4 STATES me frute F. O. B.! says Mr. Hennessey. the feeding of )live \
r obserre ,the invisible footprints ofF evening in the chapel at the home of stock there la '

:, '.4unseen band. etc., etc.-Fort Myers Mrs A. Tress and will a chance for a large leak and jet ,,
Puzzled to Know In'Which of say Mass at 8 "I think." said Mr. Dooley "I think have It unknown. .
\,, $,.Hf* aurmla that it would:;take Commonwealth He' the. o'clock Sunday, morning at Fraternity )'Od. betber stick to Skinnum. A runaway horse I. .
Rightfully only-safertsrthsr''
'>:a energetic band'eave..,. jovisiVA Belongs. I'ChlcaCoDl.P'atchea Hall,Opera House. "Well. 1 think I'll try Trlmmum for stable with a good halter and the '..

I ',\\11 rlnw.. .' ; wan car," said KMr. Hennessey. I tole stable door latched. .
'. ,Mr. W. W. Chandler, 'member of the i
him to pick wan car-em' bees already
"" I have Skimp!
g fine Show.' brought Behoof Boan}, brought Mrs.* Chandler got It.out Is heel credit ," your sheep on good pastor,,
,. |, .. to Chicago the most ddleful predicament gu4 and they will skimp you on' mutton.,
Ti'jifadclock-Fleld who of Fred Teflon stockman. Regularly and the children up with him from Bas"senger "You remin me ef a'f rind I have In Works, both ways. -

players open- ,the. name of Mr. Terron'a stauor I ,on his last trip to attend the the old days up north." said Mr. Dooley By tbe time
the
L . engagement the pica are eight
e4 airee nights at county would be appended, but the monthly meeting of the board., Theycine' Hees name was Oassldy an' he weeks old they will be ;
11' on.i-JWwwi ready to .
weaa
W
.. last night; delighted I : barroom. Wan
correspondents were unable to enlighten by launch and were two days on run a day Flarrlty without any check in their growth.

: 'large refined audience'who' came to ,the world,, further about .the the way., Mrs. Chandler had not been came 'In an' be, has a drink an' he Oet the hogs on to '
c .witnet opening play! "Under the stockman .because to the bar Under 'Charge et an' Don't overlook providing for a new corn 'care
; : ,. he himself does to Kissimme before in twenty years says supply fully. It Is hard stuff-to
4t'z: ,Beu'i '" although the small stag Dot know to which',of four states be and stated that she ''saw' few familiar put et an the slate.' Cassldy was out of green feed.A 'know that from personal digest Ton' ,
_ : WOUld rmit'-the usingof"theIi. : 'lives/ -; very In the other room, an' the bar Under ben without plenty of drink Is a experience. '

; .pedal. ry.. They; substituted! :u j" :His-' position) 'II most puzzling, not landmarks around the city.M'r. hollers to him and he says, 'Is Flarrl hen without many eggs to put In tbe this Carry fall your as tar good car. of the ewes .j
\ aa feeding
s ;: j fat as'able and gave'a most creditce. i to say embarrassing above all. when .'W. H. Eaton: of St. Cloud was ty good fer a drink 'Has 'he bad It? basket. bright oats to keep p1.nty'fnice ,

c : : ,,be visits,foreign parts and wants to 'In the city Wednesday. He was one of says .Cassldy. "He has," says the Fresh eggs find ready buyers and dition. them' ia con
pert The is NDon't
:; ; company up put his place, of habitation 'He command Bad I'
on the hotel the'many there.who are looking for bat Under .s'says. Cassidy respect. eggs cause 11
.1 ) ; I 1 .'of people have bad years of ex- register ,with hU name. He Isliterally ot1Gordon' -. .-- trouble. use a grade sire to Improve- .,

t '' i perience in r; 'line ''and] the',/' pera a man without a state. He Mearna, formerly village/ marshal / r- Store a sufficient quantity of road your herd If there is any possibility)

., ..housein man'areto who Jet Tuesday_night'Without ARTIFICIAL. RIPENING of your securing the
;;: be congratulated gets up each morning, la Utah, eats dust also to provide the chickens with serviceof- -a

4 ; p Ji.',. ,furnishing 'r theatregoers, :a:few breakfast in Colorado which his wife settling his accounts, which are reported IS UNDER THE BAN dust bathe during the winter. pure-bred. ,

i' evenings of" class plays' by a', first i. prepared In Arizona and smokes- hU to amount to a considerable sum.' divided Carefulness in dressing poultry) pays Don't push the fat borse on hot '
class' pipe after supper In .Mexico.. He among all he could Induce'to trust for the extra days, either In the fields or"on the .
1 : comp.n; They will prevent this ; " Crusade Against Vendors of "Green pains taken. The pin road. Once overheated \
he loses
him. feathers must all be removed. bait .... 1
_ 'evening the irfnl drama;. "The Oranges.. .." nis value. .

; : ; Man.Who:Win hich borders on' the Mrs. Potter, and four little sons, of i (Cincinnati ((0) Times-Star, ll-Jl-'ll.. Worry along without a trap nest Too much grass weakens all" teams j
) but keep I
I your for.
E "political ques"and >ut,.isone' that old Palm Beach, spent a few days in the eyes open to. best at bard, steady" work. A run ia the
; A crusade against "green oranges"has layers and set their eggs next t'v
4 ., young can en1. and profit..by see- UTAH city this week and were guests ,at the spring. grass lot .0,' fields' Sunday or rainy .
_ been started In Cincinnati and Orer-exerclSe:: toughens the flesh of days is sufficient.Tou .
ingJTheMa ill I '
> for :tomorrow
Mrs. Potter
Graystpne. was formerly
: will be "A Girl F 1 Eagle Ranch"closes Miss within a few daya a number ef warrants even a young fowL. A good breast la will be getting your male- sheep ,
., t. Vesta Willson. of this city, and' will be issued for peddlers who half the race for valuable table fowl i for the fall's breeding )
and the (engagemveningwlth . \ Saturday has a host of'relatives and friends.here Eggs have lots of albumen soon.Fay
'to In
are said be' handling them. It them. enough to get a good ,
developed on. Ther !' .
__ << were pleased to see again. Tuesday that a number of affidavits get It IQ milk. I money In better stock. "

,. :, North." Both. are p y t .os the best She tJWednesday, for Tennessee and had been prepared by Assistant Don't fall to feed all of It you can Blessed be_the man who will Invent ;;

'1' _ .type'_ and, ",should, witnessed. by Kentucky to spend the summer. State Dairy and Food Commissioner spare. I a floor for a bog house that will
capacity houses 'WL I C. A. Corre and Attorney John If you want your beCs to shell out drain easily and keep clean withouta :',

,', : .... Mr. and Mrs. Carrington Barre and Deasy, and that they will be filed the eggs, boil up some of those small man having' to set up nights to do \'.

.. flood! Sufferers ,, little daughter, of Jacksonville, spent either Wednesday or Thursday. The potatoes) and feed them'now and then It. ,
.
.. .......... Sunday and Monday In the city guests prosecutions, are to be made under e ration. Animals need food to build up bone
_ .1e/lOna de'lring"J send clothing and ( 'v I The.carcass should be dreeeedm and muscle
at theGrsystone. Mr. Barrs is president the unwholesome provisions act. mediately and repair the wear -and

,.- -npIIel to', the flood_sufferers are r.sted .- of the Kfssim'mee Valley Land "Green oranges" have been the sub- feathers to after killing. To' allow the tear on their bodies) and they need .
remain
I to leave them at,'the Chapteri Co., and was here looking after the feet of much'' discussion since Dr. W hours will hasten decomposition.on for several food to furnisfij! beat an4..n.. r 'and *>"'' Ti .

I i not *later'than tomorrow. The company's interests at, ''Kissimmee F. "Wiley, government. food expert, Should your poultry house i store up fat ' .*. ':.:._
'
Jt lIa i eompaDy will not carry supplies Park. Mr. E M. Milburn took up tbe subject It is claimed that damp 'and there be floor be -Teams at steady work whether on ,
Diagram' of. Terron's Home. > secretaryof no possibility of the farm' or on the read if turned out .
--t thi fruit Is sold green and made/to -'
JUr Jon IOC Cash be sent It
may moving to
3 the also here Sun : dryer grounds,
company, was on scatter to
t .... XI box. of clothing have carries on all these multifold activities .took ripe by an artificial ripening several wheelbarrel loads of fine graze at night, soon lose flesh and,,
I day. dry become
;;; dull. It.. too much of the
which I. : ,
and. f IS in'' ash. from this under his own root tree, since his process harmful. Many peddlers earth over the top.' '
_ y strenuous life at OIl'C.. _
have, been under observation , ; ,,
.. members. .of.th. W.:' ; T.-UT.. j ranch extends Into the '.;our states FOR RENT cheap" 'furnished 'house, and It is against t.heaethat the 'crusade'is The laying hen Is not apt to become Fodder1'that Via' 'IIOm.rh 't "..._-"' "-- .
ktbo.hobsverepoud.: j mentioned: and his house occupies the or room I in a furnished house, five overt at Nevertheless it is a mistake when 'cut.should be left very )IlgbUr .'

'' ,: ,,:;exact poin .,wb.re-.. the .bo an4a'r'1IDe !, blocks from. postofflce.i,. ,Address Box I directed. The'-warrants .will to keep her on a diet of-com'expect 'tied.In the shock for a day.or two in '
.Hi.I, : <_> be :l issued by Magistrate Myers ';.as her to k..
\ iota: :' vf 185, **.. .\ ...24-2{ ing manufacture eggs from order,that'It m..cu.. .. out before'e.41tg ,
., 'I! t( *, kl I ',/, \ s ,,aooa' as the' affidavit$ ar.. filed, -. article.; Corn .. no egg food. 'tbft.; ;f"-
... 'f .(lIi / a. i; _; \\UecI ,and bound tightly/togeuer.-| i
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A. W. Crosby of Kissimmee.
Mr. J. ,,Karl Lupfer, Sen., is wearing ,
Com
her with the County '
a happy smile over the appearance 'at .
Monday. his home of J. Earl, Jr., a bouncing-
$ J. Holt, the pastor Will occu 10-pound boy. Wednesday 'morning. Looking Over Glasses .

pulpit at the Baptist church as Mother and child doing welL i ,
next Sunday
Mr Ben Pherigo, who has been living -,
R, 3.,, Patterson, of Madison at Ft. Meade arrived in Kissimmee

her aunt, Mrs. Helen Perdew. a ..Monday, He will accompany Mr. I1
last week. Overstreet to Arkansas' to assist In* -"t ( In a tray and electing'a pair that seems to suit : !
.
tax'coile' tor jacking the mammoth peach crop. I f I, \
W. Woodard. of your :sight i ia a dangerous proceeding Your

was Tuesday in Klaaimmee'In .regard Mr. A. W.P.ynterlaexhlbIUngaom., Jo :"I, WI ''I lt I eyes 'are the most delicate organ of the body ;
KUsimmee the ,
excellent views of !
Atlanta I"I I dlii I, I and should be treated with the
Lucile Strickland of Plant City, jhotographers' convention at II utmost care. ..
weekend: guest ot Mr. and his; week. He will make a'visit to'Mt e If your, sight i isn't satisfactory come here ,here

S. Nickles. Vernon, 0., before his return horns. its needs,will,be expertly,..determined It'. the f

is being placed on'the Cath Messrs. Kimber and Barnes, of KIs- > .
tf\1"1\ only safe way.
this week and the other simmee Park are experimenting on > ,
: : !going pa nicely the transplanting and raising hOCkle- r d.
w berries:, They feel assured this can be
Mrs. C. P. Ansley and son
I made a most profitable and paying crop.
Lottie Blackburn are spend.
week in Tampa.. If choice, and you are particular '
phone 186 for accuracy and dispatch. '
C. Thompson, of St. Cloud, ; Will call and make estimates from your Jeweler ,and
C A COLE
upon his parents, Mr. and Mrs. own order. Ernest-Green Sign Writer L .
6-tf .
and Interior Decorator. Box 139. f ,
n, Monday. OptometristIS "I
Mrs. J. M. Paulk, of Cairo, Ga., is ,
H. Covington, of the Coving
her and other relativesin
visiting parents
Jacksonville was here
,
thin. city. She Is a daughter of Mr.
r j l Tuesday G. W- Bass and sister of Mr. W. C.

) ii Rosa Regero, filled, Miss Dixon's Bass and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet. Mrs. __ ___ M_ __ ____ _.--'--- _ '.'

the Pastime ''Monday night! Paulk will spend the summer here.
i sub for her occasionally.
For Sale.5 first-class milch cows, J'I.

H. Halley, general manager guaranteed to give from dollars two to each.three \ is the main question and should always be .
gallons each, at thirty-five ;
Peninsula-from Loughman Highlands Friday.Co, .was in The 22tfKISSIMMEE five for one hundred and DAIRY fifty,Co.cash. THE TITLE GOOD ? answered by a disinterested authority. s

The TITLE GUARANTY CO.
W. Chandler, of Bassinger; Mr. Carl Thurber has purchased
the city Monday in attendance through the Nelson Realty Company, will search and examine the title to the land which you are adout to purchase, in

school board meeting. 100 acres ..of Kissimmee land. Mr. Qsceola County or elsewhere in Florida, and if found to be good will ffudranlef-

are sixteen white artd eight Thurber comes from Shawnee county, you against loss by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid taxes and, adverse: claims. ,l. '
,
teachers taking the examina! Kas., and will move upon his holdings It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments in imperfect I. .. '

; the court house this week. here this fall. titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records' and the issue ," )" ) ''t
'_I ,
of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranleed Certificate of Title. ,
I Mrs J. M. Willson Jr., is talking of :(.
Lawson will give away $:.50
erecting a flatiron business block this .
or'inquire each week.at store.For paticulars' It season his corner, opposite the opera ,'The Title Guarantee Company does a General Abstract Business throughout the: State of Florida ( ,"

house. This would be a remarkablyfine I Abstracts to City and County Property made and delivered on short notice .
has been placed.on a lot I
improvement as well as a paying -- -- ,,,r
the school house to accommo- : .
investment. TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY' ,
city's new fire engine I
Mies Verna Holt, of Enid Okla.; Capital Stock 100000.00 -.
at C. W.
Plessi Seersuckers
It daughter of D'r. and Mrs. A. J. Holt,, CARROL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary V. R. JUDSON Treasurer
.'j of this city, is spending the summer TOOMER& REYNOLDS, General Counsel
H G. 11. Clark of St Cloud, .and with her parents here. Miss Haft has Home Office, Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. Branch Office, Kissimmee, Fla.

E. McGary of Orlando were. been in charge of a large kindergartenin LEWIS O'BRYAN Manager Kissimmee Branch
.:) of Mrs. J. D. Woodbl Enid. ----- ------ - --- .
!
W. B. Crawford and Mr. Craw- H. M. Breaker & Co.. sold to Fern .... '.
:
sister, Miss Genevieve, return Jewell, of Pine. Island, Minn a resident ------- -- 1
J from a visit at Tallahassee. I lot on Verona street last week. w

examination is being held Mr. Jewell intends to erect a winter SOLOMON B. AULTMAN Pros W. M. FEBRELL Vice Pres. & Mgr. G. W. WATSON, See A Treas.

court house this week, and will home on the lot this fall, and will like

:;!)ti,1 it is expected Saturday night. ly spend the winter months in Kisaim OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY I
'111 mee in the future. I

\'it'M in sell the one-half Home or Bakery the whole Poor in- Mr. Thos. F. Bavnes purchased this Planing Mill and Novelty Works

" ?? the only reason. A. Smith .hf week through the Downing Realty) Co., 1 .

I W. J. S. Carr and family left twenty acres of cleared land just west &J 32' S !.
,; of the city limits and south of the Mid- 11"-.
for Coronado' Beach, where !
.i::1f occupy their cottage for tne land railway, which he will begin Im- : to 2t!g; ''v'c..T

't'U, season. proving at once. Mr. Baynes will plant Iii IiiQia
I several acres in sweet potatoes as soon
J. 6. Griffin, son and daughter, as he can have the land prepared. ri

" father, Mr. C. J. Woodall, left i tl3
and wife, of
Mr. Fred C. Stephenson
night to spend a month at :
Bound Brook N. J., have arrived in ii :' .
: : Ga. .*
the city with their household goods and ;; ill L LiJ1'E' Lr
A. L. Loomis, of Penton lIar> "
will probably locate here. Mr/ Stephenson i : '. .
; : Mfch., 'arrived in the city last stated that his attention was )\'

' \ :\ : a visit to' his"', brother-ln. -law, drawn to Kissimmee through,. reading : !;
'
Jill r
iLt"
Williams. the Valley Gazette. v !: _0
J. F. Fields, of Loughman. has Dr. W. W. Carson and Mr. A. W. -- -

rth, where he will spend sev Smith and the Misses Elma Smith and
in the interest of the Penin Ruth Butler attended the dancing party By dealing with us you will be able to$fret Just what you want, and,: in a specified time, besides WE.WILL SAVESAVE ""
\: Co. YOU from 10 to 15 PERCENT. We are located on private,switch and load directly into can, ,
at St. Cloud Monday evening, given j

David D. Kidd will hold services by the Misses Blackwell of Ashton, OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY:, Inc. HISSIMMEE.. : FLORIDA_ I
Episcopal church Sunday next: !I who are entertaining a house party. ,

Prayer, sermon and Holy I County Commissioner E. L. Lesley is -

at 10:30: o'clock" _.L1 out again after a few days' illness V''
guaranteed trousers blue I Mr. Lesley was taken, sick at his ranch Misses Genie Wicker and Anne Min Mrs. L. H. Ingram and little daughter{, C .PJ., Doyle and Mr. J",:W, He.nltU) 7;
$2.60 at Lawson Cash Store. lt'' where he had gone with his family fora gins and Mesar,. Pope Wicker and Irene left yesterday forPampa where make a canvass among the businessmen

I Mr. Miromus, I month's outing, and was forced to Henry Purden who have been, guests they will spend a week with,.Mrs.. Mor- and,.citizens"'Saturday In an
has signed
Doyle of the return home after an absence of only a at the home of Mr John A. Blackwell, rison going from that city to Arcadiafor to raise by subscription fund effort'
shortstop and captain 'i .aLAhlqg..jer1..nn.Tueada7' .afternoon a few week visit with the family of 1 1M strengthen our ball team.-: an4' *.+
fete days.
!. artop teems who will !be Iii the'1'I ? for their homes In Sanford. --. Ingrain's' brotlH l',.Dr. Simmona.rr. .....': other towns are using imported pl..e'j''j'i i 3

here tomorrow. I. Miss O'Berry, a charming young lady and in order to be in I the game aomen "'

to Rent-rB-room house.with of Kissimmee, ia In the city,'a guest of Mr. Avery Powell, the Journal 're "Mrs. G. B. Lawson :and son Richard'' thing'In this line is necessary to ,place ;f'f'us .!

;elosgln; permanent; must' if iss Alma Harrold. She baa a brother, porter, received a long distance message of Milliard's Island, spent several! days on a par with competing club It'

"S" Gazette. Wanted office.July' 15. tf.Ad- U. L. O'Berry'attending'the.; law department Wednesday; that Mrs. Powell's last week with Mrs Rail Overstreet"of Is hoped everybody will' help'out .and, ,t _"
of University' and, cameo sister; who-resides at Jacksonville had Shingle Creek. On her return she:spenta place' ,Kissimrnee's 'bail 'team in the-rf/f// ,
R. D.,Waring will more the stock be present at the commencement eloped with'a ynun and 'popular real few days with I her sister;,'Mrs.; J.:' O. front ranks.. We all like a winning/, /
and furniture ,lately pur- exercises of' that Institution.-Gainesville estate man. The lady mentioned was Harvev of this city.MEWS team and In order to have one we must..;*'
from1" the A, E... Donegan Co., Sun. a'member of the Lebin Company, who all,do our share towards their '.support.,

:: Cloud, to Lakeland. El roadraas'ter for have been located ,at Jacksonville for '
( Capt B. Haley,
S. S. Buzza & Sons are lay the A C. L., and Miss Lola Hunter Some time, making films. I :" I FOR: S.ALEI: ,
new'cement sidewalk In front of were quietly married at the Baptist SUITS : '
building and the Home parsonage Saturday evening and boarded Mr. Larry.,L., Pope ,I. preparing to .I' ':.
,r enter the newspaper field at Loughman. FOR ': ', ',: f'
on Darlington avenue. the.7:27 for Tampa,, much, to .the HI. paper will be called,, the Highland HOT WEATHER WEAR
G. C. Livingston, superintendent surprise of their closest friends., They and the issue will : Ii LARaE E ; t'
. will return to Kissimmee to reside aftera Hummer, first ap- Made from .. .LI_ONE... . MUL \J
-
turpentine'plant at Rosalie, was pear in a short time.. .)fr.. ..rope.Ja an ,
to
the State. 11 : j work.double i i'A1 "
city 'last Friday ,'on business. trip throughout experienced wapaper man, and a ,i I I w ,l

Livingston accompanied. The launch Lorinda was out on Its hustler,. and if the Hummer doesn't I :-- : ,. I i I:V Se1ICheapi' J''
down r g. .., I\ t
: are now taking the regular excursion Sunday 'afternoon; have hings humming, ).ougbman J j "
i of all other vegetables. The: when the storm cut loose and Was way before long we ahall.be surprised "I e' I Ic \'' ONE :SMALL: YOUNttMULE

o f, abundant, and load after I load is tossed about considerably by the huge$ and disappointed. <__... ...._) ; *? *:

brought to market every day. waves, but she withstood the itorm r rI .

; edges and insertions col I. an'i landed her cargo safely after the Wti4A kr I.

r ? bands and edges Law* unusual experience of donning life pre WANTED-A house and lot. The'' one fabric that hat proven'satisfactory ,ONE .LARGEHORSE ;
[ : ; Cash Store. It servers. i/i .. I .... j
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+ in Kiuinunee. The best wvcry particular ;; // 'X.: .
t I doses 666 will break any cue Mrs. C. J.: Nelson arrived from Knoxville COOL, COMFORTABLE' ""I" < .5 '" :
& Fever; It acts on the liver Tenn., last week to join her husband property for the money, and DRESSY Hold their ihape .. _
than Calomel, and does rot grlpe :
I Z6c. 21-18t. who came to Kissimmee last fall ranging in price between well; seldom need pressing ;, 1:; FIVE,"REGISTERED .

n : j and settled upon his land at Kissimmee $1500 and $2500.J. "Rain will Neither 'I, ,JERSEY BALLS
J. W. Farris, M. H. DeCrau.
have this week moved JR.
'. Park. They M. WILLSON,
Spot nor Wrinkle Them"W. ? old
;
McCarthy Jack Simmons A F. over to Kissimmee and taken up their .tile.I ::2 to 5. year
and W. I. Barber of St. Cloud, residence on West Mabbette street show them in vmricty t>( .

;. ,.. business. at the county seat'. Mr. Nelson is a contractor and builder. M., KATZrv' :; w wSuits FOUR OR" fff&il' + ,K""coWS

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) ; Judge J. D. Breckenridge; of Lewiston ,
H. and son returned HabitSMOKE
C. Pipler Get the -
made .
, ':' III., accompanied by his daughterIn by
her Tuesday after Mrs.spending Geo./ Saunders a week -law, Mrs. Jnoj L. Breckenridge and HAMBURGER BROS.,. & CbV, o1s J OJ l l'R ec.
sisters -
two children, arrived in the city this : ,1' ''r'te .,
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Boone's
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,_, week the latter to 'join her husband StraightMade .... BALTIMOIH Mo.}:. 1 THRECOLTB 'I
/ vrbo, has been,, in the. city several ice: New York Salciroojnjvl40 ;.:, 1d.:.
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\ ); will be*no meeting of the months, The judge will apend about in Kissimmee. .. ; Broadway.N '* 2-1: ,,
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; ;June !&., iOn that day,the elec home and will probably;make some investments : .. _",.. '!W- 5..i and (W,
I i I state reg rJt will be, held A ,'( preparatory to returning" in ,-POX.trade, solicited" <' .y.NS .' 'KIWW HOwb' B.KllfJSO '
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I t\\: \ !>. -. RESERVED. ,Get the HabitOF THE VALUE, OFReliability
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; ? flattering Offer Received by. the Author SMOKING A "
L SALE' The Praise That Comet from Thankful CIGAR"OSCEOLA"
:: SPECIAL REAL .
. : of the "Seminoles Kiftivmee People: .
,'
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: I of florida." One kidney remedy falls.
.','. I i i never
so Kissimmee people rely It.
SO upon
it is author who seeks
Generally an a

Pao Cent Ladies' Underwear Per Off Cent publisher, but It ia recently learned thatMrs. That Kissimmee:remedy Is Doan's Kidney Pills. 'Sold at all stores who want ?

.
testimony It always -
. proves
,
'., I'f [ Minnie Moore-Willson.; of Klsslm-- reliable. the best for their customer M

'1 mee, author of "The Seminoles of Florida .
I j'd Your Opportunity ." has.been naked to write a Florida .Z. W. 8a... contractor and builder
Think of'lt!
:' novel with the plot laid in the. Ever- Clyde avenue and Hughey. street, Kis! Our Grocery Business is ;
simmee, Fla., says: "I do not hesitate
Complete selection of the best and daintiest gar glades of Florida the publishers to give : to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for managed on the principle of
I' .
the author license to use a free hand In
\ ments. This is your opportunity at the beginningof picturing; wild Seminole scenes. Truly, they did me more good than any other DR. WM. HARPER "Reliable Goods" at Lowest

/: the season. the field Is an Inviting one, for the Everglades remedy I ever used. My back was so Prices and Honest Quality,
lame that 1 could hardly get around OSTEOPATHSTECIALIST
Of IT! from its nature is unique, as
ADVANTAGE .
TAKE and It was impossible for me to stoopor every article carefully exam-
there is nothing like it in the world.In .
: lift. I.had pains In my loins and IN/ ined and guaranteed ap to
romantic adventure the history of
bothered too desireto
was by a frequent CHRONIC DISEASES
i
I Florida has hardly had a parallel, while pass the kidney secretions. Doan's condition and grade.

J: CHILDREN'S CLOTHING no Indian tribe has been so written and' Kidney Pills, 'which I procured at the CONSIJITATON'1AMIHATION- FREE If consumers want qualityand

sung about as the Seminoles. The names Kissimmee Drug Co.'s, soon removedmy .
KISSIMMEC.FLA straight roods then we
of other warlike American Indians have
fl' trouble and I now have no cause TUEtOA VS THURSOA VS.SA TUKDA
SPECIAL SALECUT PRICE faded from public interest, while those for complsiut.! (Statement given OFFICE. CENTRAL HOTEL I will please them. If you can't

of Osceola, the Seminole warrior, and ''.0 1908.
May )
., : On a complete stock of Children's Clothing. his compatriots are still fresh in the find quality and prices right f
REENDORSEMENT.Mr. I PHONE20S ORLANDO 'I
k world's call
memory.In elsewhere up
Bass was interviewed on Febru-

J an interview with Mrs. Willson we ary 22, 1911, and he said: "I willingly .f;

learn that while regarding the offer ofa ( confirm my former endorsement of .

proposed publication as very flatter Doan's Kidney Pills and allow its con-

Mrs.: E. L. Pearce ing, the high standard to which her tinued publication. This remedy has WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S :

J' present work "The Seminoles of Flor- certainly proven of the greatest benefit .t

i ida," has attained in the literary world, to me."

well its by historiansan '
as acceptance
as
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ being the only authentic history ol For sale Jby all dealers. Price 50 :
I cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo

.t' J000COCYOCOtJO00tMfOCOIJOt10OaC oooouooooociOMoua the vanishing race of Florida' Seminoles New York, sole agents for. the United MODe.maldn atraina
makes her hesitate, lest a new work :
') Co A. CARSON J. A. CRANFORD. 8. Lt LUPFER. States for market

s } Pr..ld.nt. Vlea-Pnatdtnt.. Sacntary lessen dealing the in value free of hand the romance present books might Remember the nameDoan'sandtake States' "Sissy Bat growers Earl," T..a. Phone 250 Quick Delivery

!: no other. A wiemr wherera 1'0_ EepeciaU
y i if an authentic story, a work that is doingso the
adapted 10 SouIh. Pkt. 10c; CIL4Oc"lb. ;;
; much towards arousing interest and -" $1.00; lb. $3.75.

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. sympathy for these homeless and picturesque An OrdinanceAN Stokes' StaMari Special CIoN T..t.. .
, The fmest is the way
owners of the Everglades.While oIU>tSAN'E Kequlrln.tho Numbering ,
\ of/ Hullciinifx the City of Kiailmmce FlorIda Special Strain of fleet.CucumI-Mud-
all Florida would welcome anew melon Watermelon. etc

book from Mrs. Willson's facile II* It nrdatnnl l>y the Council of the City of Send me yolr hit 01 -J wants. end ill
_ -* Rough and Dressed *. KlHHlmmoe Horida quote you special wholesale prices '01m.ket
decision she (is "r
.
..4 pen, in making a slowly "..-'Ion I I. That houea.tnrel. and all otherbuifdlgs cudeaftL At soy fate, write C.W. GRIFFINStaple
I
0'1 an dwelling ol bud'new.
wise. or plRnM
j mhlrh abut on. .1... lute abuttingon' any todaY'OI' my 1a.4..a m..trate4 catal.C
LUMBERHOUSE The present keynote among writers of.. the 1.in..t.of Hl.alinmei.. ithall l I.., number I and FancyGROCERIES
PINE d as relnaftur prearrlbHI
j m. "human interest" and iij this field Sec 2. on Htreel which Intoned' Emmett Walter P. Stolcoa. Sowltman
1 I ; ml reel I at rlKht .eeb-. the number.* shall run Dept. 67 PhUad.lphia
Mrs. Willson has centered a master from Oui. tea.ft" the north and from (ii..., too I
; spirit into a great work-a good book. .,,1. the amith : on reefs which I"'r.t
I Mnlii fttri Mt nvht anK<("* thf tilt 111her..Ilaqrun
"The Seminoles of Florida" is as dramatic from Out low.itnl* the t...t and from. <>mt .
SPECIALTY "u and. Iln' u...t.n1"11: n hu h I..t..r..t,.
BILLS A as a novel ; it in a classic of pre'n, Urnn, 'luay the nuiulxra Mhll I run from Ont), > up j

hr ent day history and carries to its read- ward I on Plii.B.liHy.are of *.on 1.1 iilreetn"r"..,.In ulilfli e.rh rilri'rtloliliom h..t. : flORIDA REAL [STATE fOR SAlt Free Delivery to all Partsof

r ers a vivid word and camera picture of si. t\vHrt MIIUU: HI riKhr niwUnthf nnintifirahull ;
erir m .IrxrtrrcmOCld' ) I from: One ant toward: the City:
ooooc rnlaaasonoOar.wtr run opts the wentnut Beautiful winter home sites situatedin
Americans and those who .
these original ,! on all lit hor.t ...'. ---- -- _. - - - cannot study this vanishing race in their (ter nuuilMrti .biiMl] run from Onu up the Lake Region of Florida.
\\Hnl. from vfi.w art anilu In tho cane of any !
singular surroundings may In the !pagesof Hlre.t toulllfli the .r..n.lon of' thl. .rt.lion trucking and Farming Lands in large '
flo. not Htl|. >lr the ""ml..r'11 fhall 1m .n dlr..1 or small tracts.
rea3 amidst
their
$ this boek set
+ Distance story I id l It\ tin Street. oliinilttcu of til.' <'oiliu ,
such truth and tenderness that when nil *'i's lh seen i. nmnlicrH hall lit 1111 theM '
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTYList
296 .nth uud I oal Nl AdvertisingLong the last page Is turned they will bifleft. till IIOIIIl Illllt sit 1"0 of till "triel"Si your property with me for quick I
< I lit.' hpae| of Tuitit. ((1)) ftct The
and will feel tender : :
longing for more a xi IllhiMi. of i-trxet' or .llet.|! IH imerlrhy; allowed, I ialts.
and lingering love for these Red I.for <..<.h numtmr. and but idfogn are to I I.M uuin "
t' the Dity a '.'r<'il aid nsnliriif lliHlr number .., .onUng to .
is saying right thing children still hiding in the \\iUiernts, tinttcil, \ on \....1.h they, .'niHinl but In, i...'' .f. H. M Breaker& Co. : ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY
.tbl"th.
hiiildiuu'ii ntor"s or umratK "
at the right time over whose sun-bleached wigwams no I MHI"i hmAlug.. tiaiiilintc. ciotttr' Uijr.thertluu.To . I
U \ flag of country floats. I nil :eve (U6)) feet: they t hall l rtbe. nnmbvretiifordin : Box 175 KISSIMMEE. FLA.
,l\ th I linildintCH,; More..hell.
in the right From its pages comes the breath of the I.Isle th..,ir'l1um I'r. on t h.. Ntrect ou M 'hare I
way thiir iirlnrlpMl' (rout. Not more thou HUt
pines, a song of the birds a ripple from HiinlrLiI- uiUnl. r..hall bo allowed for m h ,

.ts'i( ?;; \Ve make a soecialty of planning preparing the lakes In the open-all blending into LI I ,lor,...'k.... I All niiinbcrx. iniiftt be couxplruoiixly Tested and Proved GoodFreshness JOURNALThe

w ,, !! t\ literature and conducting campaigns for one harmonious melody. diHl i iyt.l '.''''ft.h. tile htrcut' on sheds" thenunil.i I
TIIIK In made end shell be either ol1lh.
,f Land Companies Boards of Trade Municipalities Every American, from President Taft lintlditiK Knell or at the ntraue to It on that
tJ well ; .
and Individuals.GLENNREACIN etreet as as high grade quality.Call Biggest Newspaperin
- ----- down, should. read this book and then net The hHtKOment of number ship he for what you want in the
Hind. uudnr the dlrectloa of Urn btreet. comniiit
act the"part of a just and humane patriot .. All owners of bulldltur' within the GROCERY LINE' the South
-Tampa Tribune. l>rovlMunn of this obapter now erected, are required ,
ADVERTISERS if they have not already done.... toaC4.rtaln >-
t : Ibo correct. number. and to diaper The regular price of The Atlanta -'
them aa herein provided within tan dais after
I TolBUILlTsWITCHRailroad the afiKlmiment ot their numbera. ana all on ueriof Semi-Weekly Journal U 75
FLORIDA bulldluim I hereafter emoted or are now
;, TAMPA' lu course of :construction:: and ail, contractor* cents a year. If you will send us \
hereafter or now erecting: the aama, are required .
order
can get
,
I to aaeHrtaftkjne correct; uumber of each your you

.. .- . .. -- .. .. .-. .- . - -- to Lay Switch Near Old uutldinK completion and .JihnVr the] them within- ten d..).
r !! Hroe.
I.t nee u. The design and material for the nuai The Klsslmmee
t Wadley Station.Mr. here to .be dln|>la)ed a. herein. ro\lded for
shall bnaeleclerl' and approved' 'by the Streetcommittee
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r.t / L. P. Broadfield, Train Masterjof of the council i all numbers timed Valley Gazette
an herein provided for hall be of like or better -
I the A. C. It., made a visit on Mondayto
material and deitlKn ..ncl.:! t1.. :
1 "ry 5v the point at which a new switch is "Sec" 7. \\hotterlolateB any provision of
thIS chapter. shall be fined not more than tweu- '1r
House
The Furniture desired by a number of property owners ty dollars. or Imiirlaoped not more than twenty )( j -
Atlanta SemiWeeklyJournal
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of Fowler Park and Kismmmee Gar- da,.. : ,;
Head a first and second time and unanlmoni-
.,,. d.ns. The trip was made in company IF paaaed la open session. tbU21atday. of May,
A. I). 11112. .
i with Mr. W. n. Farmer of this city (Seal I) J. M' HANRKLLPrealdentof

rY j ,An old man was refused insurance by a com- who has interested himself in this im Astistt: J. R.OILBER1'Olerll.A COUncil. both.ct.I:: yeas } I

matter and the two met this 24rd dar of Mar A D. 1812.M. .
portant were ProVed
pany because he was 94 years old. "What of that! u. 11&YAN. DIBBLE & SON
b7 Mr.U A. McAdoo. 28-5t Mayor. FOR ONLY $L75
.. he cried: "Look at your statistic,?! ; fewer persons die .' : :,
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; After going over the groundMr.
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right but not reasonable I So you are right when you probably be granted if the petitioners
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Send in Your
: ; 1"" $y*'you CAN get along without furniture. But is it would furbish ties and do a small CAFRDNER;: & ELLIS Subscription : ,_ .

t 'IIf... "r'easonable'Ito do'without when you can furnish your, ; amount of grading required. The ties Right Away
I are available right on the ground and ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSWe t,
.i( )lioineup! 't:date at so little an outlay of money at a '
Ri t'. time ,the work of grading will be easily done.'. To tlii paper, not t* tin Atlanta ,
I .!.+, PWe; have up to date goods at a. very small A four car switch ,will,be laid. Guarantee our Home-wiring to .

' profitto. us.. They are yours-we ere &t your service. fro Broadfleld stated that when the Pass all Insurance Inspection. Seai-WeeklyJ] .
.,
+ f :, You,);knQw 'a wagon can get along without ,I'' witch is laid the people will be In a position FIXTURE WORK .

: ",", "area.aeut. it goes hard. to oak for a small station shed. IS out LET US FIGURE WITH YOUJOHN '.

.4, ''A '. : *: ::Will'be glad to. give you a useful kitchen novelty The switch will |be a matter of very SPECIALTY I

t '' t' \ .if! you. call' and ask for, it. great convenience. It Is distant about We Offer rAt

.',' 1. ,.'" 60( rods from the old stopping place at

Wadle '.. A road has been opened by
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;; :'y :CASH OR INSTALLMENTSSSIMMEE th.;county directly from the:point selected B., STETSON UNIVERSITY
r: ;- ,., tract LINCOLN' Pb. D. Lift. D. LL.
,'lt : Into the Fowler Ther. HULLEY D.. President following parcel of Orange, Vegetable ;

.4 I will be s good many carloads of produce THE BEST SCHOOL /&>% ?\ FOR YOUR CHILDREN and General Famine' Land .S

: //'i; :;;;L\(\ : FURNITURE CO. of'various kinds truck and fruit-tobe Sena Them to Stetson. Fall Term. Begins Sept. 28 located In. Orange county, Florida.
loaded at the new switch, and In addition ; 46 Prafmam and Instructor olUira. .f Ubara. Art Terms furnished: -. 1
r ,' IT Ualranity Bulldinn Collura of Law
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4' It I. thought that it be made
"..t :": Lyt i '* J. E. RUSH Manager. may 28 Aare Camnna olten of Technology Nd. l- ,< F I the loading place for the thousands of MX Students Last Year CoUw of BwlfMMB No. 2-840 Acres at tI4 '
.. } .1.000,000.00 Endowment Pre..t Academ per sere.
.-.r ,. : OPBRA HOU8K. NEAR 'NKW. ,DBPOTI cattle which are shipped from that vicinity : Volume Library NormiJ School No.'8-1,254 Acres at $14 an acre.

J.w.. : "It a cattle yard were,built the IfOOl&o.p\f.Laboratorlaa Onraa for Relaae School School.t,Muale Mechanic Aria No. 4-612 Acres st $16 an'acre. '

a stock could 'be loaded into the cars Unaorpaaaad Untaral Equipment. School of Pin Arts No, 6-810 Acres at $15 an sere.No. r
It S'jv+t '1" of !M parat DprialtOrUa for aad' yomnt w.nc.. CarofMl .dnlnlnttloa ra. 6-760 Acres at $16 an acre.
+'' without the hecesalty driving them a.d thoroHBk . Ifo- ChrlatU aid mot a ctarlan Icarbieg. No. 7-960 Acres at $12.76 per acre.

/. .-J4-" _iI ;. I through the streets of Kissimmee. Mr. For Catalog or .'..., for formation, or for room ro_rratloa address No. 7J-640 Acres at S12.60 an sere.
Farmer would like to talk to some of JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY DELANDFLORIDA No. 8-1,120 Acres at$12.75 an acre. '

c '- the cattle men about this, and to lend No. 9-600 Acres at $20 an sera.- .

:;; :gi ss'Boat Building Co. every assistance he can in making an 2<.I.t No.No. 10--480 12-600 Acres Acres at at$19$20 per an aces acre. "

1 ... .. : arrangement that may be a considerable No. 18-560 Acres at $16 an sere- '
I ." .* convenience to the cattle shippers. No. 14-510 Acres at S14 an acre',
I ; {; I ./fJ: : tyy 1IENRY O'NEAL, MANAGER-. No. 16-640 Acres at $12.76 an acre.

I j \; ;;; :". BOATS BUILT TO _ORDER., Truck farm for Sale. I NOT1CE No No.. .18-800 17-600 Acrel'Acres at at,, $11$12.75 an an acre.cm.'. r \

__ No 19-1.040 Acres at $12.76 an acre.
_ ; No. 467.-$3.000 secures a six-room i No. 20-920 Acres at
1SR'A: \'t.Any Size. Any Style: i cottage located on'lot containing two In order to give the employees of the retail stores a . AND $12.75 GUARANTEEOOMPANY' an acre

I'r '. Repairing and acres of land within three blocks of half holiday during the Summer Season TITLB BOND ,
Painting
;J% the center of the city. This lea fine
..{ ,*I ,SANPORO. rw a ...,,.. ". FLORIDA r
r..;,: <:...n's-t'i*. W"ESV, Agency forGIBBS garden proposition, with two artesian ALL TAMPA RETAIL STORES ICtte. . .

IMARI E.MICHIGAN 'WHEEL CO'S walls on the property, and if properly) will close during the Summer Months. '
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cultivated! crops,,should pay for the . '
\ 4 { 1'': q' ENGINES sV: \ FIXTURES- place within two years.. ,A cash'.props: THURSDAY AFTERNOONS 'r "' ..,. :104:Acres* .

:, ,.if' t-l .' YARDS,SOUTH; NF JOHNSON'S' DOCK sition. . _, ; : : ., < __ ; 100 screa, a portion- of which Is in the'

L' \\ll'P.O.: l BOX 14 1I "{ n,' 20ft 18-tf H. M.. BUCAKCB! : &.Co. city limits at $50 per sere and on.''
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Classified Advertisements. Miss Louis] here attended commence NOTICE,

'. ment at Rollins.:,

Mr. Geo. Mawson Experiments With Mrs. .A. C. Starbird and .Mrs. J. Lee 1'1 ,

B*aa.sBB aaa aaaBa*a a aa a"aaBB *BP i New Plant in Kissimmee.Mr. Green spent Monday !In Orlando. will l Notice be _t..!hereby' to elves that the folloWing bribed Undo, or;80 taseb-thereof a ,> '

f Advertisements are Inset ted under this head at the'ra.... of 8 C*.t. Miss Mabel Eldredge, is home for the tog"Cher with cost) of .pay....b tblll sale amount sad advanlulaq'will due for taws be herein Mt opposite.to. the same.
sold at public auction oa tbe ,
Geo.Mawson who lives In Lilly's FU1Kr MONIJAY.JN
'per line each Insertion. JULY.-.A. D. l&I2.'lt hel.. the first
summer from Stetson University1 of "Ihl! Court pr dq of said month la front
addition brought to this office this .Uou. door at Klulmm.e. III the Count, ot oaeeola aad But. ot norid..
Henry Wltherington makes .a ship .
week splendid samples of two legumi I .. ..,. .
ment of fine tomatoes ,, r... :. .
WANTED-Plain sewing or" mendingby week.
FOIL SALE, hour.' Also ,pieced. noun plants which he believes might be every .' ,- .
day or quilts W. G. Talton. cashier of the State "
['* .1 Mrs. Ida Flewelyn City, General Per grown in this section successfully and :f
SALEL-Pretty1 cottage 'home. Bank of ,,Apopka. has a new automobile. 13. .
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I located and cheap convenient, six livery, \ 23-Stpd profitably. They are the red clover and Miss Mary Dart after a week' DEP01lrTioN)} or'' ;UND ... .i- ...
ms, pretty yard very comfortable the Japanese buckwheat-the latter stay i: :

I home-like. We also want to show being the plant whose' seed furnishesthe with old 'friends here has returned to ,' "". q . '\ ., ,i"1'I I. 0 I y If" ,
f .' '
I the Fleming farm inside the city FOR KENT world's buckwheat cakes. "'' Maitland.- .' .. "."''I" ..
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its, valuable 6 acre tract, excellent 'W T. Cbampneys is having a dwell I ;'IfI.:
"
ise. fine shrubbery nice lot of FOR RENT-Old State bank building Mr. Mawson has been experimenting ; );1v5i of ''a/ "
ing house put his lots 8n/4" 8 29 40 Eubanks, W 'A..:, 2,18,
its started and "very fertile pro- on Darlington avenue; four rooms In'' a small way with these and other up' on by the Nest of SWg .,. . . . . ... ... .. . ..' .' /I 20 84 40 ..8a.'W. D, 2.18' :
.'
Itive land all, nicely arranged for and bath upstairs three rooms below. park. HE'4 of NEli . . .. .. ... 17 81' 34 40 ; W 8.., ti ..85 .,' .

fort and convenience for sale at E. G. Vans. Agnew Agent. 24-tf tically plants without and finds that to they rather grow unusual pray Miss Mabel Anderson and Otto Anderson MW'i.HWii of of NK IS\Vy; 4 of and NEW SWU, . .of. .NWU. .. ..and.. 111 29 83 10 8vag.e U B. .... '1.88 'r "

crince price we want to show care returned from a visit to Sanford II"% "'- Nf 5E3( and tlEt/4 ot $Wi4\. 13 20 33 100 8........ W" .. .,. ...t
Nelson Realty Company. 23tf FOR RENT-Five room bungalow In size. The specimens I he brought to the Friday.. W of RW'"- . . . . . . . . . . .. 23 20 88 80 .lobo.. to 8. ., ... .29 t
center of town. Apply to T. office were very fine showing that they R VA nt .:: 3 au 83 ,.0 1'd..U..loba.. .. 2.70, .
owner
4Wy4' otNV
ALE-E. M..F.1'ourlngCar.1911 Mrs. S. W. Eldredge and Miss Lillian DNW cor or %. Vim "i 8
si good Will M. Murphy. 24-tf have.undergone healthy growth. The 070 ft, H dUo ft, N 9TII ft, W OOO U. II 26 81 23 Unkaowa.. . .. 1..'
as new. .II. or tinge Eldredge
attended commencement at EH of . .. ... . .
clover in while the few NWV4! of NWV4 .NHWVi . . .17 20 at 20 Srmlnol. wnd klov .
was blossom I
for good real estate or will
; Stetson University.. ... .
.
C. 1.91
my 40 h. p Pullman car. S. S.in DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M,Til sprigs of buckwheat contained enough. of NWH . . . . ; .. . . .. ...... 8 28 80 .0 Barber"W JI' .. ., 2.48 ",
Orlnndo. Fla. 22-tf ler.FOR'. Miss Mattie Mae Wllliford has returned BB% of BMW . . . . . . .'. . . . '. .. 8 21J' 80 .0 Sullivan. W D. Jr. 2.4&
large mature seed to make good lot
a from the Florida Woman's College MIW and N>:f of Jv'K of BHV4, leal NHLot
SALE-Three and RENT-Desk room in new brick of flapjacks. If the plants can be as :'.t\ of NW % of NE4. 4 211 30 170 barber. W II' .. ... 20.98 k
orange groves
at Tallahassee a full fledged grad RW NEys . . . . : .. :: :: .: .. II 2/1/ 30 40 ..Klolle. Aaron 8.8t ,
oral hundred acres of land at atin. tniilding on Darlington avenue. J. here the 1 . . . . . !n.
successfully grown as experiments . . . . . ." 10 2" 80 ,,110 Sullivan W U. Jr, 8.8t
Located in Lace Apopka M. Willson. Jr. of Mr. Mawson, wbuld indicate a uate.Mrs. tlW% iI 8KU or'BWH'aad'WM\ or'silM: ': f
nof Orange county near tiotha. T. C. Remley and Miss Nellie of ftKH: oZ UWVi- . . . . . . . .. . 111 2110/ IS Green 3oeb.. l 11.09
tically all lake front. J. D. R. IV WARING & CO..will rent new and very profitable.Industry wouldbe Wilson N1Ytkf: WW/. . ;:. . . .. . . . . . .. 8 2" 20 80 Carroll{I. C U.. .?. 3.2 t
your were members of a house partyat of ;. . . . . . . .. . 7 211 20 40 Fleld, II W. . . 11.110
I. Orlando Fla.' 22-tfSALEWhite house for you. 19tfFOR.RENTA opened up here.: Pablo Beach recently. KF4\ otNW% ot'NE" . . . . . . .. ... J. 2" 29 10 C.rpeatsr. 8am. 1.IT

Mr. Mawson believes.that the Boardof NE% of \VtNKVi of N WUVi . . . . . . . 14 229/ 10 Rfchle Mrs MalT ,I.OS
W."G. of of .8Wii:. . . . . . . . 1VhitcIiard
Wyandotte, Durtin large .Talton and W. H. Brokaw madea . If 2/1/ 29 JO 8 M. 1.81
tin old 1.00 each. house and five Trade would do. well to undertake W'" of NWVi\ of 8WV4- :. . . . 18 2/1/ 29 20 .Iu .on. W P ., 10.116
one year pullets acres of ground inside. the city limits some small experiments in an agricultural business trip to De Land by auto Saturday Deg 25 ft W of center of tract ot Fla Mid. "
ale Chicken Farm. 22-4t-pd about one mile from the postoffice. returning Sunday. Hy, and on N' line of N\\"% of Nb':% .'
I Nelson Realty.Co. 1-tf way here, in order to furnish new : run W 230 ft, 8 I\1T fe. H to rt of way ;

SALE-By owner Z. W. Bus.ote. settlers with definite-information'as, to Rev. R. L. Lovell I and sons, Aston thence NWonterly alone ald rt of way '
. .
to beg 13 25 28 1 WII.on'lrs Ola.
60x133, making 150x133, 3m FOR RENT-Karl: property consistingof the agricultural possibilities. He believes and Lorenzo went over to Longwoodto Beg/ 8K cor'of jot o'lMHli'd
cottage for $600 $225 cash and 20 acres of ground 11 miles from I that would demon spend some time with Miss Florence runt IOU ft. .8 210 ft. K to rt of wall i Is
experiments
t per month until paid for. If you inside thcoco NWeitcrly along rt of way :2,10
h to see the property phone No.Kissimmee I the city limits.limits; also 15 aces Co. strate that the castor' bean which Lovrll. ft to bee . . . ; . .? . . . . . . . 13 25 28 1 Wilson Ed and It
the Nelson
city Realty .,. .
.
I Fla. Property Islit 12-tf saved thousands of Western farmers : Mr. and Mrs. Alfred KMredge; and All of NVi of NWVi of NEVi 111n /W of Henry. 2.51.

one mile southwest from depot. from financial ruin a few years ago Alfred jr., have returned to Apopka rt of way of Kla Mid. Itr, except' land :J fJf''"'
> have other houses and lots and old to Wllaou. Ola V., and 1and
I'' tracts of 40 acres each cheap FOR RENT-Two modern flats with could be grown here. All of these I from Orlando. There is no place like Henry . . . . . . . :. . . . . . 13 20 28 12 Spelr, A II. . 2.07
: miles ont. 2-tf all city conveniences. Apply at the inducts have value in addition to the Apopka after all) Bog HK cor of NE% of SE: %\ run W 412
Gazette office. 20-tf It to Co road then N along, said road {
I direct money returns in that they tendto Miss Mary Newman the little grand 134 ft, H 441. ft, g 132 ft. . . . . . . 13 25 281V4 Jud.on. W, P. . .' 1.77

IVE good FOR SALE Jersey;, or would milk trade FOR RENT-The Presbyterian church enrich the soil by transferring cer- daughter of Prof. andMrs. J. H. Newman NAHCOO8KKELot. 10. II.. IS: Illk- F . . . . . . . . j. Vaa.a.aBw'P A.. I'.SOT! "
cows

extra good young young saddle horse cottage. Inquire of A. S. Nelson or tain plant food elements from the at- is spending the summer with her Lot I1KNDON 14 . . .I'\I. .<.K-.' . . . . . . . . . . . 8 25 31 Unknown . . . .78 ,', !
Rev. :S.: S. Snyder. 22-tf. mosphere. The suggestion of Mr. dF
nearly new rubber tired runa- : delighted grandparents ItUNNVMEAUK: ;: .

it. some good town lots close in. Mawson be for the I ,t2. Bile, 69. . ,. . , .. .. Keaiq. Df.-- .78
may a good one B. M. Hawthorne has twenty-five. I.ot 9. lllk 77 . . . . . . . . . . Hunt, M L .., ,... l8' '
1 extra nice five-acre tractst FOR RENT-A .t-Ji
some
-room Cottage.21tf. Board of Trade to consider. Lot ( .
Hunt M L . .. .7&
in ' ' ,
outside the city limits. This GUICK & BRATTON. --0---' acres cotton. Mr. Hawthorne's faithin The SKegnbooie Land: i: Inv Co.:'* BubDIvf ". .

off is all first class and must have cotton does not waver in spite of the <> all Bike 1.... and 105 and Way Blk \
stuff in return. Downing Real- Get Rid of the Flies.If low that ion Itunnymede and beg UK cor of HIS
FOR RENT-Three room house prices prevailed last fall. 104 ltunl1fuII'dr. run W lonn ft to Mai.
f, ; Company. 18-tf stable chicken house garden antiland .h'. then H to Lake Runnyraede. then I
warfare .
have not
you begun your Mayor A. M. Starbird is
lone
--- -- - - -- just outside city limits. W. II. some HlSH"telly to N line of Lot 5, Blk 103Himinmedp _
against the fly begin today. Orie fly some as his wife and two daughters then K to Coon Ave, then ..
X ,
WARING & CO. will rent Jones at ice plant. :
you N tu !>( Sec 31 and . . . :. . 32 25 31 '!1
r bouse. 19-tf killed now is a vast benefit through the Mabel and Lillian, are visiting Mrs. All cuni|>i Inlng/ 111 lot* Sees 31 and. . ... 82 25 31 140 Seminole Land ,'i

FOR RENT Presbyterian cottages season. There is no use of burdeningyou Starbird's parents at Lake Butler.: Inv Co. . . 20.''*.
The Seminole Land Inv Co.' SolvDIvof >J
WO-ROOM house with 6 of *
acres Four rooms and bath. Electric light with the statistics relating to the Mayor Starbird is getting his pipes ;MJ'; .. end I H'ij: of HIC'4 and NICS4 of
fruit and land for R.
$800.
vegetable Inquire of S. S. Snyder. multiplication of the fly but it is suf- ;Miff; of NWV. and 814\ of M1'1of ."
D. & Co. 19-tf laid down from his 200-foot
jj aring artesian NWVi and NV4' of NW', and NKV4 of
'FURNISHED Cottage for Kent. ficient to say that the fly is a breederof well to supply'the town with' water. It KW', and NWVi uf NV'lea' ,, "begNW .
ror, run H 07U ft, H ODD ft, N :UTO ft, .,;
IVE and 10-acre farms in the city We have a delightful cottage, six disease a carrier of contagion, and i is fine, pure water. With water works W (Dell ft . . . . . . . . . . .*, . . 126 31 '

h limits at #60 per acre on easy pay- rooms well located with fine view of that every man who cares for his family and an ice factory will Lot 1 . . . . . . . . . . ... . ;. . 5 26n II Elllnou. lie. .. .' 1 .az ..
P. M. 19-tf Apopka soon Lot 11)), 05, 73, 81, U7 . . . . .
,; menls. Waring & Co. lake good neighborhood to rent until the and him- 80 IO. 126 31 II mlnole Land A
ought to family
protect :
October have the conveniences of a city without Inv Co 0.81 xA
the first at $20. per month. self from the fly from disease that the \Its Lot 20 . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 26n 5 Unknown . ? 1.82I ,
k FOR dressed poultry phone the Rull We also want to rent the Earl pro- discomforts. Lot 31 / 20:11: II Hcbmener I E .
ft. Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf perty both the places in town one fly carries from the cosi of sickness let: 37 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::: 126 31 5 )JatchPrII., . 1.11:1 1,824' : ,

." 20 acre farm on Shingle creek. and from the loss through death. Apopka having a surplus of vegeta- fat 44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 26 31 5 Browaaod, 8.) ... 1,8:1I :
Nelson Co. bles and fruits a movement is on foot Lota 4M and 40 . . . . . . . . . . ... / 26 31 10 IMfer, J . .. . 2.ISo
LITTON fresh fat and fine, at the Realty Teach every member of the family Lots (S2 and 61 . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 26 31 10 Maldenbamtr" ,,' E, 2.18
i, Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf that the fly is an to be destroyed to install a canning factory. A tempo- The Homlnolu./ Land & Inv Co.'* Hub-DIv. ,
enemy : rary organization: has been perfected of all free except, NW'4 of Sit 4 . . 6 26 81
:= Notice to Automobile Owners. or. sight. Keep him out of the house All ex, 329, .
E Have listed of the most de- !
some with F. S. Wifherby as chairman. The :8:12.: : :<:ii: 11:14. 3:10: 340 841 144. 84a, 3nr, E
sirable property on the market both with screens and'tben gp to work destroying idea is to 3f,0, 301, 31101. :t From and after June 1st. 1912 all now put up a small canning
. city and county which we offer at their breeding places. :376. 3M1. 3K2: 432: %. . . . . ... . . . 6 26 :31 406 Seminole Land A s
1 : the lowest prices to be obtained. livery by automobile will be done only factory to study the business and experiment Inv Co,128.85',
Life is one continual warfare against '. *
Bub-DIv
& Inv Co.
j.There is no padding of prices by us, for the cash when the tnp is made. ttte enemies of life. It becomes the and If this is a success a The of Seminole I KV; of NKV Land and 8WV4 of NKV4 and

I every piece of property sold at exact This rule will be strictly adhered to. larger plant will be built. SKVi!: of NWVi and Sly of 8WV4 of
price placed on It by the owner. duty of everyone therefore, to do everything N W Vi and Sty . . . . . . . ... 1 26 111
:. Write us your requirements and we Owing to the fact that all materialand in his power: to kill the flies APOPKA/S ICE FACTORY. II....'. 1, :37, 44. 82, 72, 110. . . . . . 1 20 U 311 Seminole Land aIn
. . .
will do our best to please you by labor has to be paid for in cash, and mosquitoes and prevent their mul- By the time this news letter is in Lot 01\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 26 81 IJ Unknown Co.. . . . 5.05 1.32

showing just the kind of property you from the above date all repairs will be print the ice factory will be in opera Lot 1\2 . . . . . . ' .. ' . . . . 7 20 81 /I Unknown . . . 1.8:1:
desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf tiplication.-Orlando Sentinel. Lot 104 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 26 81 IJ t'nknown . . . 1.82
cash when work is completed. I, __ tion. The factory is located betweenthe Lot 105 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 26 81 /I {I'nknown . . 1.8:1:
An Attractive Store Dixie Wood Works and the Midland Lot I'JO: . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . :. 7 21lit \\I Unknown . . . 1.32 ,
['FOR SALE-Three residences. One in Parties wishing parts ordered for ; Lot 121 . .' . . . .' ? 718 31 5. Unknown_ . .'. . 1.82l5 :
Eureka addition $600; one in Lilly's their machines will be required to makea railroad and has a capacity of four tons'per The Seminole;I; LanInv; Co.:'* s'u'';' )it '' '
addition $1,600 one In. Bass' addition Mr. J.: Z. Jloberson has, completed day working day and This of nil except, NVV of' NI'4!: aim except', ;t, : < A '
i cash deposit, of 25 cent of the night. The KlaalmmteLumbee. :, ,. : ,
$2.500. Waters & Carson Grocery per installing the new fixtures and floor timber loam to ,. ,, ., "
.
means that ice will be delivered for 60 Company" ,. .+.0'/' \' .26 ,111 'e" ''' ''
: .tr
Company.. 61-tf amount of the goods "ordered.. ,These tiling in his store and has one of the Lot 4, l8.t104, 106,1MaJASiiLot ,,' ..184 211 811.tO: "..mlnol. H.aad j" 111; ((' ..
.
cents per hundred. Mr, M, 1nder.- , ;.jl . .
i rules will be strictly adhered toand 'i'/fljf.-i' :.4 r.: "v"1W '''!" " .Ia. Co. ft) t.88
in ,
;
and stores ,
neatest most up-to-date S3 ,\ ... . .: ...', ., .' -l5'26 31.J /I'-"I'tftwart. ... 1.IT
I4 FOR SALE-A home and son, the manager of the factory .,14,1. "'fr. E'Mq t y
splendid we ask our friends\ and customers not the state.: The wall cases and floor says Lot 87 . . .. . . . .-.. .. . . . . .... IIJ .20 81' 5 Unknown-}... .... 'l.IT
small farm in healthist and best fruit to ask for credit after June: lit 1912.J. he has more orders already outside of Lot 38 . . :. . . . \ . .'. . . . . . III 26 111 II Unlrnowa'. . . . 1.IT
B, growing section of Florida For de- cases are o; mahogany which Is in than he Lot 44 . III 26 31 \\I Unknown . . . I.IT ,
'' '' acriptlon and price address P. O. Box J. GRIFFIN Griffin Garage. harmony with* his soda fountain. Large Apopka can fill. Clarcona lot i 51 : : . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : III 26 3t \I fIe.nlr.. Mrs A. . 1.IT
Ocoee Windermere and all other towns lot 53 IS 2181 \\I Unknown . . . 1.17
j>" 158 Winter Park Fla. 21-5tpd S. B. AULTMAN KIssimmee Auto mirrors are placed at the intersectionof Lot 7<> : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-: : : : : : : : : : : :.1.. : : : : 18 21at 5 it.'nor m . . 1.1T I

'i!{' from Apopka to Kissimmee will find it Lot 70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 20 31 \\I Unknown . . ..t. .I "1/
Company.And the floor cases, which adds much to convenient to order their ice from Apopka Let HO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1M 20 lit n Unknown . . 1.17 r ,
rMISCELLANEOUSET. the appearance of the new dress. Thisis Lot 112 . . . . 18 28 111 II School.J, hi A. . 1. IT .It.
All Automobiles for Livery.23tf as they can get it on the morning The Seminole'Land & Inc Co..'SobIrli .. "p .1
the first complete tiled store in the train. The management of the plant of all except' NEt! of KUV4\ also except, 'i1& -

H, N.. BRATTON to drive your city, other places with tiled floors.bting timber, leave to The Klaalmme* Lumber
expects to celebrate with a reception Company . . 28 111
artesian. wells. 43-tf Modern Up to Date Home. the banks and the Broadway meat market Lots 1, 3, 13'14. 2R' 87 45 'Gi'.67.: 6O. .0
with plenty of ice and assures ', .,
cream till.l 77, 78, 13. Hi. 9Jed,1i1, 114, 127, ', ..
-T No. 464-$3.500.-New. modern six- Mr. Roberson is to be congratulated the public of obliging and efficient ser 128 . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. ..., 19 21 81 140 Seminole. Land ,& '
ADE. the tuner. Orlando. '
Inc Co. 15.4*
for hi. and inter
room cottage bath lavatory bot and progressiveness vice. Lot 4 . . . . . . . . ... . . . ., 19 26 111' 5 Fowler.I W.ii':.:: 1,0: i 0 ;
cold water electric lights, beautiful est taken in building up an up-to-date Not 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 28 81 5 Newman! .J W. ... 1.0S {
AlTED-The out for and showing the spirit of Lot no . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... 192681 Ii CI.rk.A.. . 1.03 .1;
sweetest thing expensive mantels. new furniture nice pharmacy Birthday Party at Alger. Lot[ fit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 26 111 5 Unknown .. -. . 1.0IJ
your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy- House promotion in the business section. Lot 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 26 111 /I Unknown .... .. 1.01S .
fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug rugs. furnished complete.'readyfor Thursday night. May 80th: Mr. J.: M. Lot 76 . . . . . .. . .. .. ".". ....i: ... 19 26 81 Ii Unknown . .,. .. 1.03 "
Company 33-tf occupancy; >' Large lot. 83x1471 feet, daughter Mrs I Lot Ju8> . . . .' . . . . . 10 20 81 \\I..Unknotsu . ... . 1.0S I.
( __ Goes to Virginia.! Dixon and' his- : ,' BessieSkaggs' Lot[ Jill ...: :; ...; ,'. '.a.. . ..",.-t.....*. . JO' 211 81' I Unknown .. ,..,_. ..011 .. "
on which are 'twenty full bearing orange 4. 1& 16 . ...
: gave a party in honor of the Lot 117 ... ; : 0 Unknown + 1.0S
IGEONS FOR SALE-75 to 100 at trees. Located in three and a ,Mr. and Mrs. C, B.'Jtudson and their birthday' their friend. Miss The Seminole Land k.lnr. 'Co'e''Sab''' Dlyof .
young all of NE .
except 8WV1 and WVi of lOc each., Also large pigeon house, half blocks of'the1 postoffice on beau friend Miss Af>ni.i'Mae Bates left last Carrie'E. Padgett. Quite number of 8E'4'aod 8BVi of BWVt"exo-pt"4 timber ,, ... .r. ,, "I ,,, ,.tfi!
will sell for $10. Apply to Mrs. C. to The Kl.*lmme. Lumber pom.. ..J"\"
.V. Bearden. 23-2t tiful Verona street in the very beat Saturday afternoon- for Lynchburg guests were present and the evening please . . .'*...' 20 26 31 '" 4ees. ; x( ':A

neighborhood. Call and let us IhQ.W'you 'Va., where Mr. and Mrs.- Hudson. formerly was, very pleasantly spent In games .Lori 11,), 22, 27'"i' .: : : f''io v 20 2d., ,111 115 .mlaole waif. . 6 2.8\ :

JR< fresh fish, phone the. Rull Bass this beautiful home Terms) on lived. Mr. Hudson was afflicted and 'sociability. Besides the guest ofbonoI' Lot 1 . ..... .'. .. . .u.. .... '''''H'' 20 28 81 If, drl rlgaby.cJ, : .w.,.. 1.03: ,.
Market. No. 189. 19-tf part of purchase price if desired. with a serious bronchial trouble which. the following" !....t 'L. ..... . .. f. ,... ,.\ .,- .', .....'.. 20 2fI 111 5' Pucket.'l W"H' I 1oSi J
: were present Mr. 20 26.81 Ii'' "
: Lot 11 i. : . .i../ Unk.owa -. .. .. 1.015.-
24-tf H, M.,BREAKER &; Co. with the serious accident of losing his ,and Mrs., Roy Howard. Mr. John: Pad The 42 } 20 26 81 0 Uakaowa ',"5t.'. 1.054'
\
I WOOD per' strand $1.25; five strands 8emlnola I Land: .'k.mv'Co.'SubDivof : :: i :
15.7ii.. ..Kissimmee Lumber Co.. 29tiANYONE hand some ,two months ago put him in gett Mr. Charles Padgett, Mr. Robert all tract except, timber learn to The I M
Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine physical condition and he hopes 'Mi Annie Klnlmine Lumber Company . . . ,. . 21 re 8t. 1 .4. '>'1
poor Padgett Celia and Pad- .
: Company will do anything in lathe or ,eee I-ota 2, 8 14 IB? 22, 80, 88, 40, 46,. -S. : -,1i' H
| anywhere can start a mail machine work for you for automobiles, that the change of climate will. restore gett, Mr. Benny Smith Mr. Joe Smith 62, S3, 31. 08. 00.,4.( 21: 28 '81 TO''Seminol6' Land A'In .

order business at home. ;.No canvass- his We Mr. Hudson finds Co.. .... .. '. 0,14 .,
health. hope
.
boats and all other machinery 15tf Mr. Bert Smith; Mr. and Mrs R. E. Lot 11 .. ... .... 21 26' III' 'S' r .j:

L (booklet.ng. Be yonr-own Tells how.boss.Heacock.Send:: for A2144 free . .. that for which 'he seeks and wish him Willis Mrs. F. .:r. Willis, Mr. Ennis Lot lit . . . . . . .4 ... 4. 4 .,,.,? ,..21 ,28 81 5 Walton DI..kln.o't.G df ."W.....,/ 1.0/1 1.0:1: :: :r.t,.
Lot 10 ., . . 21 26 81 "
6
1 Unknown .... .
l :
Lockport. N.. Y New Bungalow. success wherever he may. go.-Fort Eubanks, Mr. Robert Gibbs. Mr. "and -ot-8i .MM . . 21 28, at II UJlkaowa . .. 1.0S 1.03
Myers Press. Mrs F. Wi Owens Miss Owens. The KemlaolB Ijind & Inv Co.:* Bnb-tMr r. ,
.. Mary
New 6-room of 8% Lot. 8
No/ 461- bungalow on of 4. B and NV of Lot
[BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream. best in They aD join in returning thanks to 6. and 7. except timber lea. to, The
lot 60x142 feet, l located within three KUilmmee Lumber .' . 28 !1r. I
town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 81-tf Visit Orlando' Lodge. 28 81 ,
Mr. J. M. Dixon and Mrs.
block* of Broad way,,the main business Skaggs for Lot 87 39t 42, 43 S3 04. 55 00, 62, ,
Messrs. J. M: Willson Jr. Dr. A. J. their kind'hospitality and the pleasureof Ol>. 74. 75 0, 87, 80, 00, 01' . .; .. 21S 26 81 83 Seminole Land''A'. ''I'"
| MEET me at Kissimmee Drug CaH: andII' street, and In''one block") of ,Oaceola Inv Ca... ...... 10.ST' ."j'
we will get a drink of the best soda high school Price $1.400. Holt. J. IL Harris and A. S. Hearn attendee the occasion will long be remem Lot 81J i'i5 ,.. . ... ,..e..,. . 25 26 lit \\I Unknown 9 '..
Lots .1.03
28 26 81 10 Chamberlla, 0.. '
,J water made. 81-tf 24tf H. M, Breaker &; Co. a meeting of the Royal Arch bered. SPLINTER.- G ot 58 . :.t.i\t:: \=i 2/1/ 2" 8t 5 Unknown C .1.oa I .

I _. I Chapter at Orlando. Tuesday night Lot 70( ?. .. ?.. ,. 2/1/ 28 81 5 Ulllrnown ...p.t., .. .. 1.03/ ..
i AN Intelligent person may. earn $100 Fruit and Truck LaI tat 71 . . .< . .4 i. . 2S 26 111 3. Unknown .., ... ... 1.03 s Ai'
d. 1.
and were ban- Lol. 72 and 7a' . 2S
for fire Signals. royally entertained a ; 26 81 40 0..1 ..61 ,, i
monthly corresponding newspapers. let $5.- 2 5 8t wart i 01... d
::1.03.-
.' No> canvassing. Send for parculars. quet being served and a program rendered We have five and ten acre tracts in I The Seminole Land Inv. Co.'. Hnb-DIv .

I Press Syndicate B 2245 Ward No. 1. Central portion. of city. upon the conclusion of the session Liberty Park the most desirable of 8BV4 of NEV4 sod N4 of 8BV4: ex. f
suburban tvpt timber l I" 1 iV
ae to The Klwlmme
long blast of whistle.Ward .
one '""
i''I kport. N.Y.'WANTEDAt North of the lodge. We are informedthat property on the market whichwe Lumber Company . . . 262611 ..
No. 2. Kissimmee two 84, 50 05, 67, 78, 70, o1Lot. ,
once to buy horse wa-, long blasts of whistle. permission was granted to organize are offering for your consideration 64, 00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 28 28 81 50 Seminole Lu4' 6

Ron and harness. Nelson Realty Ward No. S. South Kissimmee three a chapter in Kissimmee it being I at prices that are attractive. We will Lot 41 toy Co.. . .. .. 5.81

.Company. long blasts qf whistle. 8-tf under the jurisdiction of that body be pleased to show these tracts to tat 40 .j .. . ... .. 2fI 28 81 II Rigla.. C C. ., ,'1.0S'
,.. ._ pros Lot 64 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : -. :: . . 2/1 211 2/1 28 81 II II 'allnown . . .. 1.0S

pective purchaser at any time. Do not . . . . . . . . .. .. ./ . :: 211 28 lit "Oalrnowa . . I... 1.011
,TIMBER ESTIMATORS are ex- Home Choice Vacant Lot. K.K ... . . . . . . II Unknown . . .
I i i elusive timber, estimators. If you Nice Close to lake. tail to see this property before purcha The Hemlnole .sn'. nv. .. .en.. .'...a ob-Dlv. . . 28 28 31 II Unknown .', ._ : 1c3: b

are buying or selling timber you can No. 460-A new 5-room cottage two No. 470-This choice lot is locatedone ping as it has the advantages of being of HEM of NIt% 01' of NEV4 and
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j do so at better advantage on an estimate close in and on the' best NEI4 except' tImber .y
large lots 60x164 feet each splendid block west of the court house on very paved lease. to The Kialmfne. Lumber Com r
furnished only to parties em-.
pJoyinc us. Nail & Nail, Kiallmmee.Fla. well of'artesian water fifteen bearing Emmett street in beat resident sec road in the county convenient to the E 29.any 80.'ill"f 50163' 'i4' is'."if."Vol'si: :! ,' '21J: 27 26 31 ,f

., 22-2tpd orange trees. Call and see this propo tion. Has frontage ot 73 feet on Emmett city school and churches. Five acre. \ :' 66. 7 80 81.; 82, 84, t
I 93, 94, 91}, t10 1o8A III.
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tracts $250 and
': sition. Price 1200. street? extending back 1471 feet $300. 125. 120. 127; flit.9..9. :... :.. ....1.}: . : 27 29 31 ITS.; Brnlnole "Land 6. '

I.; HAVE FOR SALE.' or would trade ;I 84tf H. M. Breaker &; Co. Few orange and grapefruit trees on 24-tf H. M. Baeaker: & Co. Lot 20 . . . . . ,: 27 lo. COk. .... .. K

for good young Jersey milk cows one ,.I I the lot. On sewer and water lines. A ------- Lot 86,, . ..4i'. . . . . .".. 'j"... . .". .". .". 27 26 28 81 'Are.aawal4'A.e Unknown : ; l.O llo
;extra :good 'YoUng saddle horse one' Layman's Meeting. Lot ft6 ., ... ... . . . .. ... . =. .. 5} 5 O..T *
nearly new' rubber tired runabout I I Come to the Salt Breezes. bargain at 65000. Lot 611 . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . 2J 22 S2 5J SJ 8 Bommera.R.r d,, w C a ..' ..OS.o* 1 p,

some ,good town lots close in, and S4tf H. M. Breaker & Co. Our..next meeting will be held m the Ixit The 98 Itminnt; ; Land's; Inv.: .Co./:'.' .Bnh-DIr. . 27 B TJnWwa ... ... ., 333,0S'mt t rt'
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and
The Bay Hotel The Shelter I
some extra nice five-acre tracts jOlt I Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon .' Lots > t. .8. 4. 5 and BV4 of NWV4,

outside the eltyJimitsThisstnff: Is Sanitorinm, Hawks Park. Fla. Open Dew t fnn get that,.the pnee-if want ndBWJf of :.Wt'.I<""t>>timber. leaia ..,.....
all first ;class, and must have good I all I _uIDmer.' TefroolUrrTaweelfforwell 1:80..Jed by-Brar-McLaln- fuliattendance """"'o-'I'11i'1fl8Nlr' lM+r Com pan1n '"20 81 "": c ?, (:. '

d' -Stuff 'in return.* Downing; Realtr people and twenty-five"a week for ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheapest ot all men and boys is desired,, Lota"4,.13. 20, 87, 40, .1. 4., 50,,,88, B7, .... V

'', I sick one. . "a -': --, l-8t ". investment you ever made. 4''S..NeJaori''CbaJrm.n. .. ;.i ,;, ,.. : ;; .'C .
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'.. HilHard Island I '. : //po Truck Grows In Osceola County" ,


rt Mr.:J. j K.: Hllliard and son Carl wilt ,

in the near future open 'up a splendid ,

i' .j.' picnic ground which has long been the

:,,. need- of pleasure seekers., It will be ityw e s G e y I'' e? ,It

" like a dream happily realized, and this

;' enchanted spot will need but a brief '

.. descrlpt:on. For twenty-seven1,' years d'F y y .' 1 ,n ,
this beautiful little 'woodland nestling a {l / 1 I ,

c .t closely on the great heaving. bosom of 4 ,, c
" East Tohopekallga lake has been known

;, '. far and near a. Hilliards Island, and ., .,
; that name win'doubtless live'on"arid on,

s although it Is an Island no more as God t2

created It. Nature has certainly done .'

tier part; massive live oaks and various

otier trees draped In garlands of gray
Spanish mon make'this an ideal place

., for picnicking; dense shade and carpetsof
green grass which will delight the

little ones,whila those who art?/ older

1 may enjoy a stroll on the 'long:, sandy + t

beach. A dock will be built for the

landing of all boats, and a commodious

I, -.shelter will -bo erected near the dock t

for proteCti ghinstourlloridashow- ,

ers. The u/. of all this will be offered
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tw by the above \ amed gentlemen free to

the public, also pure drinking water into
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% the bargain for !all who desire to ,'
picnic on the south side of the inland.

tad
,v The launch being built by C. L. Mil

liard' is nearly completed, just a few

more touches and a few more clays will,

see the graceful little craft afloat to ,

the joy of her owner.

Master Nathan Bryan, of Kissimmee

{! was a very welcome visitor at the home
i of Mr. J. K. Hilliard for a few days
$ this week. '
I The Carroll Celery Field. I' ;11
'l Mr. and Mrs. E. I P. Masters dined ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barber at their ..

home near Boggy Creek Sunday.
Hew She> Spelled Allot. Right In Their Line.
Miss Effie Lawson, who has beenlthe When Alice Jones was eighteen she "There are two authors whom every I New Houses.We .

guest of Mr. G. B. Lawson's family SINS OF OMISSION.A )caiuo :Ills E. AI I.. use Jones. When MISTAKES. chiropodist ought to have In his li. have several desirable-new. houses

.f1c I for the past ten days, returned to her wrongdoer ii very often a man ho wer.t to enter u normal school. she. If you make a mistake do not brary." under construction which we are offer
home Kissimmee by dwell it. Take note of 'the "Who are they?" ing for sale. All of these houses are
in accompanied that has left something undone not Ivan asked her name by the dean.I upon
"Foote and of atu- in desirable locations. Secare one of
course
t, Miss Bessie Lnwson. always he that has done something. I, She re-piled. "?11ss K.:: Alywse Jon"11Se. ,,- reason of it and endeavor to profit pid."-Baltimore nunynn.American. them for next winter at a lower price

Mrs. G. B. Lawson is at home again Marcui Aurelius.The 1 1 "-.- ." by its contained lesson. than will be asked for them later in the

I I"\ f'fI." said 1 the dean "And how are season.
after a few days pleasantly spent with Revcraed. Repartee. 24tf H. M. Breaker &: Co:
Ballet. foil ypcllinn MOUL-M uon ; '-Lu her niece, Mrs. Florrie Overstreet, on i I Rodrick t day old imin ton hors
Secret voting was exercised by tfes JournaL small children lady.
Shingle Creek. i j been through the ordeal I of proposing| l ) School Library Open.
anMent Greeks and Romano. Ballot I ._ ._ LndV"\VlHjn I. was IonIC here last!
Mr. H. C. Lightaey. is. busy these I boxes were used la electing aldermen What does n fellow d.<> ufli-r !i". \"oji'' week you toll[+.uie you lind elltht.I | I Every Friday during the summer,

1 days planting sweet potatoes.. In London in 1520. First Instance of olive oil Oil both For Ferns.An U: very. fine, for a the question? Cat \Ibert-Wh. hi- I n"ggar-\'PH. lady; blessed with flour I to I 5 o'clock p.m., the school

;, A PIONEER. I' the employment! or the ballot In American questions( pop. of course 'Jhleiiso: twins last Tuettday.-Eubollge.: : library will be open. Mrs. Simpson
I polar or fern. I'nt two tuMesiM.oiifiiisat '
/News.:
\' ---- - elections was In the choice of a I -------- will be in charge the first part ot the
I i the roots of your pnlm or fern iiml J
poster by the Salem (:Mass.) church on summer and someone else will later

\\1 I CAMPBELL ITEMS I July 2O 1629. In NKU' it began to bused you tried have it-what no I lpn-unle"the I wpl'o'enco. juu I lia'e| Mil.: The Rainbow.To . I take up the work. R. M. EVANS.
foriu a rill n L. -t the sun must At the Box Off=ca. -- -----
In the election ot {r"v truor>i "f _
I Massachusetts be. not be more tuu<. forty-two decrees I Ticket S.,llor--llnw iiumy, ? Alm<'ntilmkil I HANDSOME new flat for rent with
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"C" stands for Campbell, the suburb I His Suggestion- Lot In Practice. : above the horizon. t Student' Tuo Miiiiidlng room-' all modern conveniences. Apply, at

of Kissimmee, but the whole [country I A lady told Lord I'aliuorston that "She Is u woman with a very her mold who had beau with her - ----
showing by the way that she's grow. '' to mind. a -- -- --
lag, 'we lead the entire world. the Isle of \Vlght objected to-go there Not as strong as It wns.''
again because the climate won not em- "How do you know?" r
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Reaves moved bracing enough. "Just heard her giving, her hiisl.anl

V a into our little town this week. "What am I to do with such a woman a piece of It."-Philadelphia Bullet hi.

Mr. Robert Lanier entertained quitea ?" she asked. ----- .
lolling Points of Metals.recent
number of his friends last week withan "You had better take her to the Isle r investigation gives the & e
of Man next said. Lord Palmer
ice cream party. time [ towing as the boiling points for certala
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.ton. London TitBits.Qosths's .
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was" well Uuowii metal.: Aluminium, 1,800
Mrs. Jennie Davis baptized Sun-
Apology.
degrees c. 2.310 degrees C.;
day last by Rev. Peter Brown. After. Goethe once apologized to a friend ; rapper
iron, 2,450: degrees C.; lead, 1,1)26) do.
the for writing a long letter because b.bad'no .
baptizing they gatheredtogether
,.1vt'i i't'': ftetm C.r silver. 1,055 degrees 04; tv
,ymtlJm} !/ the church and Rev. Brown delivered Unit to write n .short one. 14270 deirrMta C. 1\i I

'- ,,. '._an interesting sermon. 11

(.. Mrs. Martha Yates has been visiting I -------1.

her daughter, Mrs. George Davie. .. w
ALLERTON & DENIG

Miss Joan Smythe, of Cuba, spent I .
Sunday here visiting relatives.

PANSY. Cement Sidewalks r O BUY good matt.ress and put it on


Bargain in Twenty Acres. m; a cheap spring is like running a fine


.. Twenty acres of land leas than one automobile without tires. i
mile from A location
postofflce. good PRICES RIGHT TERMS REASONABLE
for a subdivision Can b. had for $65
.per acre. _)R.! D. Waring &>: Co. 19-tf Phone 222 No good bed is complete without a clean, comfortable mattress

24 tfMRUOE and the.No. 400 Spring. spring represents the highest::attain .

% Own Your) Own Home. ment ever reached in its line; it contains 88 oil tempered coils of the j
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I- \:1'; -We represent the 'Provident Homes best Acme steel wire manufactured. They are black enameled, and

a' .,'Association:; ofTampa, Florida:' and can are absolutely'rustless and noiselesyou' don't rousethe neighbors r''
,Bassist you In the purchase or building
''. or building: of a home which you can PERSONS REMEDYCures every time you turn over. Superior workmanship, guarantees a'

.'pay,for like paying rent. Call at our smooth; even surface, so that you don't, tear the mattress tick 4
<, office i and -we will'' explain the pro- I
' every time you have occasion to move It.t
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;position; to you In detail.'

.......... ;,I''i .',',;''.,'yrv-;I., -J, Nelson. Realty Co., Caused by all Impure Diseases or r The No. 400 Spring is sold at a price that puts the'greatest t'i' '

'
l, ; .Cars' for,Fire Department Poisoned.Blood. T sleep luxury in the land within reach of everyone. If your, dealer {

''An order.for seven model'"R" Road- 1noa' -Imlll ..- wont supply you, delay your purchase until, you write us diredt: for

,-rpter.; was received, last week;;from the ..sad.. ..Irpan....... Bl..d a-.I7..LPo.e1N. wYsa ,ra _. ..... facts about the superior "No. 400 Spring.". .

l' f re-Departtaent Qf. Milwaukee,, by ,the a Oeod Para Blood will-make yoia etroa* and....Ith,... We
FT 'a-uarant e this remedy te pat pare blood la your velne sad.....
T; Chicago branch) of: the Cartercar Co. Df, up tna system,curing all dlaeaaee reeultinf Cram Impare or polaonedf GH LSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO. &-. *
"; blood. It has made thouaaoda' awondl.ar.-m.ay.rw.g bare ,
These Can vrtllhauwd by the departmentifcfefi (
Medical Keearda. '
? on Manufacturers Gal: IW
_ to alarms UK Atlanta ,
QiljftitfLinfr PERSON REMEDY SAVED .
II'" JOB PROMINENT CITIZEN'S ,
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:and l'i' .jj liHJKtKlllnepcy-, the de'putu&nt LEO FROM AMPUTATION.. .r 1 ,.
&*. "" i aim Clack,It r. v
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..., $ 1 MaX; joi nuoM's aiMiDt co..
InthT! coniwction ltrilJ. be reraem situ.sh H.c.neat ,
.... rafaoe i I wai noeklel I with a bieaHai' eat.. Mr lea, II air sat I. 1 e t
". beNd that the fire department of De- I Ike_el nrf lane....1..aon. Altar about a aweik It ceaiaiaacee:to...-.mat ,
Michigan( bas': 'some Cartercars I....11._ ..111 ... ball at air I.. crow the tea _..was. asp a sold. so... At t
:.troit, 1 Umm I was eaaMa walk.. I triM Tariaaa aMdtdaw aa4 pkraldaaa but It_11._la J
,' which have been in 'D.. tor seven year. ._04..' CM eoiaai O'.P I waa talklac. la a M.m4._. ...a..It_.......,bet wasp I O'
........4 te ITT W..Joe Feraea1,Pawed?. 1 keaikt aoaM ol the laaeajr sal waak. "'It ;< ,
I. ,and they have just recently added five err coos .bps le laiptor aad 1 aja Sew parlectlr veil aeaia. ,
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more to their equipment.NotlecforWs.[ JNO. W. JOHNSOM. r
NFL loa..........'.Remedy.le an old Indian remedy made from the Joleeof The No. Bed
trea: >kwara-B herbe, stb.r.dwhit.' lathi.eoDdltlon.thoa prewrlna- 4QO Spring
the fulletrencth of the her be. Th.ee berbe are found la the aethT j
., borhood of the Tar Rlvar In North Carolina, and their. medicinal Noiseless Ru&less t
oualltlee were"Ant dlecovered by the Indiana who l.ft the formula y Oil Tempered, ] $
Nolle* |I.bereb given that the County Con with the Pasta family. It le made to-day eaaetly 1 like It
'rnlatwDSre. at their "."1 regular ......Ipll'.July was by the Indiana I and le ueranteed anderthe National Black Enamel, Smooth Surface, J}
1. 1912. will recelr* eeale-t bids for putting anew r Pare, Food and Thug La we ta be ebeolotely' Mire. I Comfortable 1'1'j
ten roof on the Court Haoae In Kladmm.s.Florida . Mra.Joe Peraone Remedy le sold at all drug .ta.... Easy to Handle. J
Said tin to be 2O-ponn4 *o.tlng. old In .'.00 bottl.. Six. bottl. for SS.OO or U bottlee forS1IUUU. Hvj
.ti)le tin. building' paper to be pal around edye, Pureheee a bottle from'ourdrugd.ttaday.. j \ *;
roof tobepelat.d with Met ad.! roof palntt. Tau have a cure within your reach and you Guaranteed for 5
years
'All bide to be; BdU rawed to R. O. Johoetoo. should not a t
Clerk Clranlt Court.. KI..sb.a.... ,Florida.- .-- food, pare ::::..r..r..u"VrTt'.I. teatl- }
Commlnnlonrn ........* U., rUbt to reject monlala and renorde of many wondarnil i
", any and .1J bide. V-. 24-41 ,au...made by this sreet blood c1a.ADDRESS.
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x li \hak'the MRS JOE REMEDY CO.
Notice hereby glyen Board of t,4 PERSpN ,
47otaDty' '"Comwirtlo.ere ot OMieoln Collol,.
Florida will I reoelT eealcd bids'for the ooiu KITTREUU N. C.
traction o( a iteet bridge over Cans. Cret k1O.e.olaCnunb. \
'nretinff.)July' L.A, Flortda.D.1912.at their Plan". Deal and regular..pe.taI ,R.4Iedlaa. 'Bread Kidney Fllle and Uvar. Pill are the ...... /
'I cations on alee*Cle k'e offloe...,jlll bide to beddrvaaed .v. Pries ties poetpald. ample Fran ,
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'I' HIGHWAY. DEPARTMNTf The .Irresistible Lure of' .
the. Land in Florida GOOD ROADS
FIGURES 1 1A
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;',01 What
,,System ,Has Accomplished: In I -

the Middle Wes I --- Concrete Illustration as to the ' i

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The year 1911 was the banner one for ," ,Cost of Good Roads.:, t .
rood roads in the United '
i' Staten In -. Iv'' a It may serve a useful purpose In the

.that year, according to figures from ..,. ., ." fight for good roads to give a concrete
the United States office of ; ,
public roads illustration
., in conservative figures as to
$140,000,000 was spent for better roads the cost
'" of'good roads to a community
In
this country. What accurately may -. and__the ability of the --people to' '" '
Imtld
be called an awakening is in progress o. them.." "r ".., ,,

and tlfts awakening is most manifest J
\ Recently a representative of The
where It was most needed l In the Mid '. Chronicle of Houston, Texas, was in

dle Welt In all that territory and in the: prosperous and attractive county of '

",'", nearly all the states Jthat border on it, Austin, which in fertility and' topographical '

the highways are being improved more be.utJ'-and the substantial

generally" more systematically, and peaceable, industrious character of Its, ;

i more scientifically than ever before, : citizenship excelled by few countiesin
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and a long step has been taken toward _ _ _ : ; ,I, Texas -
:_- .! : :: .i ;
the solution : : ", '
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of the problem of making ;, : ", A ride was taken' from a small but ,
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rural life more attractive. .. i
prosperous village on the railroad' to

4 Six years ago th$ country road. in another village seven miles to the west .,
,
,, the Middle West except In far scattered which i is the center of one of'the most r'

' i 'Communities of greater progressiveness .. I prosperous agricultural'' communities in

( were things: of ugliness and Texas, and where there are large stores'

iv despair. They were often impassable I. church, a school. a bank, skillful phy s
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4 j tr in bad weather, and at their best steep sicians and attractive, comfortable,

grades, mire boles, broken-down culverts I home. ,y

and rickety bridges were com The ride
I' waa; through a lane the en,
mon. The whole system, or lack of I tire way and on each aide were beauti

,system, of road administration, road fully tilled
FlorldaCountry: Homes Are Always Self Supporting. This Shows a Productive Bean Paten I farms and comfortable; ,
construction, and road maintenance, I on Cypress Island. homes, but the road 'was fe.rful-j

3 rough, cut Into ruts and furrow.,' and

in places almost impassable. The wear

money and labor were expended for I I and tear of vehicle which
decades 1' (/ leaser, or master builder, evolved a and then In thre"e Southern j pass over ,
with no marked : states be a'
improvement. Country Homes in This Sunny ese persimmons and almost all varieties, such road must be very gnat Yet '

But six years ago the awakening be Land Offer Health Happinessand ,I far plan towards that if followed veritable today would Eden go fore ,coral ig here, I have never seen of grapes do well here. Again comes, so far, there seems to have been no effort '

gan. Six years ago state highway department I making a anything to compare in beauty of scenery the question, of what commercial value, made to build a better road. '
it' Moderate Amount of This was the plan: Every builder to to this land of the I
were just beginning to be j bayous. It is is this fruit 1ALWAYS The assessed '
valuation the
;"si heard of in the Middle West. Now Wealth'% to the Industrious. I repair the wall in front of his own surely the water lover' paradise. and A GOOD MARKET. of Austin County In 1911 was propjerty $9-- ;,

nearly every Middle Westerp state has I | home and then to help his neighbor. I the bayous are so constantly changingthat I There I is always a good market i in, 825.290, or in round numbers 10000000..

Its active, efficient highway depart : Commentators are not even yet 1 The pi to was successful, for the record we can never tire of them. They Pensacola for first class fruit. I haven e, tAasuming that the property In the'

ment. agreed upon the location of the Garden say, "So built we the walls and all I take on the coior of cloud and sky by be told by the dealers that the Pen. commissioners' precincts Is- about Jour the .M

of Kden 1 is the wall was joined together, for the day and reflect the
the
local
MR. KING'S ACTIVITIES. nor habitation of twinkling stars by eacola market has never been glutted I same, the assessed valuation in the '
classic Arcadia clear the : people had a mind to work." And how night Standing on the wharf with pre-
&s at first
These highway totbt as associations sunset class fruit. Of the mediocre, clnct referred toe at least 2000000. ,
departments are ''
full of
which surround the name, but so i I meaning that last phrase is, ;: we see the sun sink into the water. there has been more than enough almost The character of the r
United States what the I IA country la such F
-, United far back as 1513 Ponce de Leon thought i "for the people had a mind to work." Whe i the last glowing rim of the great I every year, but such that .
a scarcity of; probably $25.000 would build
states omce roads the
01 public IB m a
hb hail found an eden when on Easter I Talking, theorizing and dreaming are ; fireball has disappeared we the the gilt-edged A-No. fruit '
country. They are modeled after that |i | se8 that hasbeen graded road over the seven miles bet
,t I Sunday of that year he discovered the pleasures, but accomplish nothing. glowing colors of the cloud reflected I home ''tween
department" and work along similar I| {| !I: grown that the sunolv hashad the vlllacr, Tbe Inf%>.. on ii
I mainland and named it Pascha Foridum. i While' we are sitting in the shade with added brightness in the placid i be ---
( to in i that
i lines, but they get much closer to the j shipped from other points. amount of bonds would be $1,250 a.
j And the city dweller, who, tired of [ dreaming and telling of what we are waters. Then turning to the east we A s it costs no more to raise year, and the sinking
l' people. By disseminating road literature super- fund to pay offthe
1 I going to do the f
the and crabgrass and weeds see the silver moonbeams fine
wearing nerve-racking grind, on the rippling fruit than it does
the fine the bonds In
: or forty would '
be 6i3
by sending lecturers to farmers' year.
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determines to end it are growing and doing their best to re-I waves A fUh from inferior '
always decides j i leaps the there is 'a
no for
excuse flooding
.' institutes, by demonstrations of scientific I year, or $1,875 year for both.: This
t that a home in the country where he | produce their kind a hundredfold and i water and for an instant takes on the the market with small, inferior va- amount could be ,
road building and maintenance, materially reduced by :
raise his fruit I I make trouble for the coming glistening silver of the '
can and vegetables) have j year. ,moonlight. rieties. : I investing 'the
w and better sinking fund In Interest-: ,
for
by working road laws, I The
these his own cow and poultry, will solve the epitaph written for Maurice Bar Turning again to the west we see other I The old copy book maxim, "There is bearing securities..
f have
departments accomplished of rjmore in jest by a friend before the fish leap into the ,
question living. I light, one second their no excellence without labor It
would
e aeeming wonder. in only a few years. I actor's | great; lei only require a tax of 9| ets. {
But very few realize that farming is i i'I death might well be written for scales are all red and gold, and they I true in fruit j '
growing as well as in other on the $100 canto
or $931
To the state of Iowa on the
and to D. Ward $1000
i 'I both a trade and a profession and that many less distinguished people: disappear. The banks are becoming ''! things. I 11I to raise ,. iI;
( the
I I I' interest and
King, of Missouri, belong the honors "I talked sinking fund. y,: i
beneath
the
like other trade moon. darker and the trees white I Fruit I .
any and profession it and sand ,- like! human beings, has its dies i Austin County has
of giving the its start approximately 18-
new movement
must be studied and learned thoroughlyif And slept beneath I the sun.I are mirrored in the still{ waters; slowly i eases and their remedies. Our" 000 I
| population
It
government 4,000 of
and greatest impetus. The state created lived i in a land of going to do the j that number "
one would succeed.I brightness leaves the sky and the Is very paternal in {! t be in the
many respects
the first ; territory referred to'there
h modern
bighway department ,
And died with '
have wondered farmers nothing done sliver light of the shines and will
moon
,: why as a overall send literature covering all are about 800 families '
in Middle in the ,
the West by a law class are so often the subject of satire People have been lured to this land ; away in the distance we hear a the points. It coati but. If there precinct.
the price be
I passed in 1904, and the man Invented of of I only 400 families and only :
: flowers and after living ,
and of the here a short boatman sing, hear
the road drag. At a time when sends cartoonist There |is no faintly we the plashof paper and< stamp and ,the trouble of one vehicle to the family, and that ve '
,
trade or profession that requires more time 'thought It', nothing but a fool's his oar, the echo grows faint, all is writing These pamphlets will giveules hicle be worth

:ment expensive was against permanent any roads effort at tfl public build i i intelligence and thought titan" does that{I' paradise: and .abandoned farms. has. still except the breakers as they dash r and formula for remedies and. I{(is $20,000 If only the wear$50, and the total tear of valua vehicles , ;'.. +

of the successful farmer. '1 i been. the result. against the shore of the) Gulf of Mexico full directions for making and I ) ,
applying
by of
1 the
cost. King discovered that by cleating j reason rough road be "
The
A great painter was once asked what i main reason for this was because with the sound of thunder.: them.
a few split logs together and dragging 1 I ; only 10 per cent per annum more than
,r ingredients he used in bis colorl.to| we had nothing we could produce ,asI Some visitors were at my home on We do not have to keep in the beaten j, It would be with i
them over an earth road so as to giveIt graded roads, thatsaving
I evidence ,
make them so true to nature and so that with intelligent effort t the bayou and I was showing them with track and raise the same kind of fruit with ;
a good crown and good drainage, he good roads would more thanp.Y'
lasting. this part of Florida could be made an considerable pride my orchard, and one t that has been after
grown; year year, the annual
could keep it smooth and free from Eden. tax. These figures in ;
., "Brains," was the terse reply. of them said: "This is all very beautiful for here, too, the government Is glad to different '
proportions will applt
mud holes twelve month in the to
year. And so it is with farming/ ; we must Building homes in Florida is somewhat but what is the commercial value supply us with new varieties of fruit erv County. ; : ev- ,.' '

This meant that an end could be put to i use brains if we accomplish the desired |I of task when one begins in the of it?" So if he was here today and with absolutely no the The '
expense, in
bureau people the referred
i
precinct .
Impassable roads at practically no cost. I woods and has to cut and to
result.Is hew and buildrom heard me describe the beauty of Florida of plant distribution being establishedfor
So effective' this invention could take up the whole Issue of bonds .
,
was simple ( the 'f
there nobler occupation than the beginning. The climate t is he would doubtless cut a wet blanket that purpose.

,: that in 1903 Iowa employed King to art of growing perfect fruit and vegetables almost perfect and the water first class i over it by aping: "All that is very For ss easily as ,anyone,of, them could buy \ x+
instance horse
lecture and demonstrate his that Invaluable fruit, and they can get fair Interest
i In
v. drag without defect but one cannot live on climate and water beautiful but what is the commercial t, "
fifteen counties. Four railroads then This work gives our creative faculties at least not, in this m.terial1.g6. -. value of ItT"THB the lemon, has; as you know, but a limited on their money, get toe principal back i ias

.'r,,7. employed King: to visit other parts of full I A stranger* coming to Florida habitat, and Is far too tender to begrown certainly If put into a government -
it' and
is
play at
,;" Iowa. Since then eight states have ; once an inspiration : seeing our sand COMMERCIAL VALUE.: / in the open (in our part of Florida. bond, and get good rods They
and an achievement. exclaims, "Why, '
\"' employed King, and the laws of six Somewhere I these no soil; nothing rare here youhave Be that as It may we cannot put a The government has been trying for will come to nee this if it be properly!

have been changed to conform to bill saw word.; they j Now back!: where I from grow commercial value on these beauties of years to find a substitute that (Is hardy put before, themVJlobert; P."Coyler in
full of came have
;\ 'ideas of road' construction and main\ are ao meaning that they are j black soil and we i e.rtb. sky and water, and I am thank in this latitude, and after crossing. oranges Automobile and.Good Road(,Advocate.TRADED ,';' ,
i\l worthy of a'places the noted you can grow crops w
among' |
ful beyond measure that it is and lemons and
There
: tenance. there." That so. budding Into the
.monthl classics: person must be shown i may be no commercial value attached various citrus stalks they have at,iait ,1a.
Ten after Iowa
III \1KIng, Its, legislature passed an employed act requiring To plow ii ,to pray, to plant I. to I j for want seeing to declare is believing. And the;right here to it but it Is very satisfying to the. eve evolved the citrange. This fruit has ; HOME. .
against '
and the knocker. -
prophecy Is the 'I
reaping answer and soul of the color'Of
the the'orange
; tbe''acidity
road officers to have roads I In "Back: where I came from" nature lover of ",
and havebeen
>their districts dragged'regularly, and' fulfillment thereof. a paradise but the may ,wonder. sometimes if certain people the lemon with the bitter of.ih.Jtrpe- Some Objections to Patronizing Mail ,
But U snake must
we to have
now the state has,. fund for road dragging answered and expect our our fulfilled prayers have I In some way shown his when they reach' the heavenly city,,Will fruit, and If carefully prepared a drink Order Houses.: .
presence
I prophecy we count the jewels and golden of can be made' with scarcely a trace of .
.i Six'' ,
only. no state had .
Years ago the knocker
or would not '
%t .< 'worse roads than Iowa. Today there must know what and when to plant. have left for the gates, If they will estimate the the grapefruit taste., There are saver-, Because you,.xemlne",'your purchase..)
.
:l v:, Is not on. of Iowa's ninety-nine counties The old haphazard way of farming is 1 pastures To new. length and breadth ,of the golden al, varieties of this'' estrange,' from the and are assured satisfaction before. la- -F+'
build
;<.; the roads of'which have not been no longer in vogue, and instead of having find and tell up all a the new country we must I 1 'streets and, then compute their com- tangelo, the size of a small tangerine,; vesting your money,. t 1
good
many acres under cultivation! and we can of that j mereia] value. to the Morton Because : merchant .U
'
your always
:i citrange, which u large ; ; .
{ bv
: Improve grading, drainingand
) Proper and there Is I
rhort those acres planted to one thing, the country something good I I That Is of the as a- grapefruit with 'much the samequalities. ready and ,willing\ to make right any
one
,> > dragging, at least, and -Ily d ,, Intensive method of farming, Is in all inhabited countries, otherwise] satisfactions of .
being i error or detective
Florida however that article;purchased of, '
1& wooden culverts and bridge are disappearing dune. they Would be without inhabitants. As we have things -

'from the state., There there must be and bad ', of commercial value and the things of Again some one"mlltM'.i:: "What! is i him, ;. a': yo ,
!f[ are several reasons for this good to allthings l Because when ,
; beauty alim. the commercial value of this you are sick or for any.teseon
t Illinois took up .the movewent in I fruit T"
the economic let us find the good, be thank
one being foremost, "butwe I it is
for'credit.
;: 1906, and'since then bal left Iowa behind have nothing to do with ful. and tell it, I have come to the conclusion ilia .1 1 I If.you can tell me ,the commercial val necessary tq ask -

;3, in. the matter of permanent roads reasons why but to the today thing itself the An aged poverty ,stricken woman :. nearly all kinds of vegetables, can'' be tine I of your health, then you will know you ask can I it go of to the mall local merchant. Could" : ,fir ;:'
you a order house
commercial \ .
Illinois its convict to work crush raised in Florida the value of the citrange. : \
4" puts : That there are thousands of being was: in an almshoun A visitor'who and all traits. with J }
acres Because
? rock and i few '{As a laxative and a tonic It is ; ,a merchant U willing to '
Ing manufacturing culvert : cultivated with the steam plow and had noticed her 'often, said to her: very exceptions, and good substl- unexcelled
xuod'yon'credit' should J'
.. 'pipe machinery tool. and tutu are found wild and as a delicious dnhk'it equals you I give him '
appliances "Auntie among our frni
,, all work being done by gasoline power you are always ao cheerful bemonade. .benefit cash trade,
'fit>: 'for'road construction, and furnishes we know, but we are dealing with the and happy. How can you find any happiness that take the place of those that can l s" Because'of your'bom f '

''t: these free, as state aid, on roads constructed small farmers around >?.. in these surrounding's, for I not be grown here. The currant, the' We have had two crops from the Ruskci local taxes your'and, ,, merchant pays

; according to the commission's Florida, with its equable clime b know you have seen better days?" gooseberry and cranberry of 'the North i range and have several other varietits. build 'exerts.vuy>: effort to:

'tpeciflcatlons.' by this .plan the state cannot be successfully here bathe ., There Is market., as yet, for(it up and better your; market, thus
<<; abundant supply of Tuel and never fail Why, honey I have a great deal to grown t :' increasing'
:f/t, has made rock roads pusiible half ing wells of water is very alluring to be thankful tor." woods are full of a berry that Is| 'ie a comparatively new fruit. - value, ,of'city aud.{-nearby

/ usual COBL "Tell locally called the wild ti i CAN THE property. 4:
the homeseeker. me one thing for which you are gooseberry. I ( j HAVE LUXURIES. Because the ,

, .,. Minnesota's,commission was also era I From almost state in the Unionand thankful." has the color of the currant, the ,t.rt-/i Why should those with an abundance mall order merchant, a }
every
does
, not lighten tax in '{ a
ated in 1900, and since then has effected even from faraway'Holland come "Well, dearie, I have two teeth left ness of the gooseberry and.the slightly i: of money be the only ones to have ,..refruit help the value of your : or any way.., '
your "
; 'vast Improvement In methods of inquiries concerning .'florid, sand 1 it and 'thank the good Lord they hit." acrid taste of the cranberry. It makes i','I'' when we can raise it ourselves T Because the mail order property merchant't,;; "w' .

'ii? road and bridge 'construction in that .should be our, aim and ambiltort to be And so in spite of all drawbacks w 5 'excellent preserves, delicious jelly\ fine '! Why should strawberries In March, does nothing for the benefit of

k :I. state Its commission is working: for able to give a complete and truthful can find some one thing that Is good sauce and pies and can be garnered y'' April and May be considered a. luxury; real estate value marketsor - , w ,

", \' improved county, roads, connecting reply to ull questions. To be competent and tell it. the bushel, it (is so plentiful. ,The dewberry I' when by a little care we can have them T Because "If ,

with similar roads wherever practic e to-do this we should (pardon the But in Florida the optimistic homesteader ;of Florida Is equal ,to the' 'cultivated !' How much, 'nlcer'lt is to gather them, to,lir.in your it is good town js,goodenough '
to
;(. able. In this w.ya aystem of ante r- slang) have goods to show find so many, things that are. blackberry of the. North and 11] wet and cool with the morning d.wsyg.ther' ; in '" enough
spend money' as Gov. Folk '
'J y ', f county highways la being built. upon grows ,in luxuriant abundance. .Th them by the bucketful. How your r
Once a time many years ago good and that cannot be found everywhere , ; of Missouri. remarked. ,
> -
: ; WISCONSIN'S EFFORTS.' huckleberry, both; high and low bush i o much nicer this is ,than to buy them by ; ,
.th.re"l1 '
a city being rebuilt., It was that the bad side is seldom seenand Because, !if you will give your home
_The commlul D'. greatest assistance a labor of love, but 'the builders bad never talked about. is found all through'the .wOC da., Then ,' the box, often dry and shriveled or beginning ' 's-
,,came wben the legislature at its latest are other varieties, that are: delicious. | to decay with a layer of large merchant an opportunity to compete ;
( \ session provided for a tax to aid State many enemies who hindered the ,work It may be that I am too optimUtic, Some yield .abundaatlyWery:' ; ,*' ones on top, and, the rest very,ma by bringing your order to hint IB,the ,

I kr, roads only with the advice of the State in every. possible( ;.way. There were too enthusiastic regarding this section others, year and 11 j' smaller.' '* quantities you would buy; oat of. town,
alternate '
'
commission. About six hundred...miles differences among.thg ipttld.nspe r-' of Florida but every year. One kind of fruit follows another he will--demonstrate that '.
though quality
having lived for ; coosidered. -, .
1 < 1 Continued( ,on last,page.) I" baq'u,to the,method,.of labor. The''years in different sections of the North-I ,Bat we do not nave to depend, l .wild i from.' early,April until Novembtr' the be will save-I you .).-Ex-, as 1'
fruit, for rt
> ,', peaches, pears. plums, lapse, ,, J i(,Continu.d'oelutpage.) change. ff.Ji! ,
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(Continued from First, Section.) DESCRIPTION OF LANG, I & 4VF44 DESRIPJON 01 LAND $. .. 1' p j .U''',


e ,. i F44 4 0 .:9 1. : .u' =

,w . . 1.0 G(
.... ti Fv a Lot . .. ... . .9, 26 80 3 P.lip.G W.. 1.82 Lot 7U . .. .r.f..r' .:. 244 .0. 80 I l'oIDOWD ... . 1.008 h
II' . . .. 80 6 M W. 1.32 Lot . .. .I. .. 28 21 81 / 10lnOWD c. . .
86
. 8
LAND .
..
OF .
DE8CRJPTION .
1 1 = mLd Lt t r .1. .... t t.\ . . . Me.onar . 1.08 ,
. 1.32 .
Lot .
. . . . 9 26 so . i : l I
.obDID. t .
1;: ,, ;:I 1:1' .I.ev Lt 4'1.. . .... '. .. .. . .. .. 9 20 30 I . ., t 1.82 Lot 10.1 . . . .. ...".. .. ... . ? :: :ao / UoknowO.. . .. 1.08 '
0r2 ':.1 = Lot..1 and ". P.. . . .u. ,.I. ... ... 9 26 80 I low, W 8.. . 2.18 Lot Jil .. ;. . . . ..... .'. . . ... I"'o I' Duo M. t ... .J.03 1 ..
ii 1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.08
. . .. . . .. '. . 9 26 80 Ii Uokoowo .' 1.82 Lot . .. "U .' G Unknown ;
00,70. 75. 80, IU3.1/6.( . . ..:. . . . . 28 26 81 80 .8emloole Land. At 10.211 lot 41 12' . . . .. :. . .'. . .... . ... I 2c 1f 6 Uebrt D'i'.: 1.32 Lot 'J24 MPmloole 1..nd". . .In'Co..'..8ubDli 21 11 S .,
10" to. '
Lot f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 111 3 Unknown . . . 1.011 Tbe 9emloole of Land and A SE14 inV Co.. 8upDIvof .. 20 80'Lt. of E'4.of, E% and'8WV of. E' and
.Lot 8..4.. .. . . . :Iff 2n In 3 Unknown . . . 1.08 8' NI. 67. 68. 4178, :0 NW V eX""I.t timber laane 440 tW' 01NEy4

;y, Lot 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :::11 26 81 to t"olloowO . ,1.08 40L U2l 6.. .. . . . io 26 30 7 8"mlool. and to The KI..IDUU. Lul
4 83. ,
% 6 . 211
. . .
: Ld . . io . . 1,08
. .
. 1.08 12. t. 1 :0 .
Lot 10 . . . . . . . . . . 211 26 111 Ii UDlloowo / 10" 14.01 b. Company ; .", :
:
r Lot 23. . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . 21' 20 111 to t'Dlloowo . . 1.03 The i.llod k. Co. 8ulbD1v 1.1 . . .. . . . . . .. 0 20 .:\ r W Iber0ob B I.. 1.08.
, Lot 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 21t :26 31 Unknown . . . 1.03 of 'lool. N',4 oC N I. . .. . . . 26 80. \\16 1n,1'13. . . . . . . . .. . . . :0 YU t''I VolloUWO .
lot 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21) 26 81 Ii t'olloowo . . . 1.03 .1 66. 69.1.> 1 g : : : : : : : : / 1 Unknown . . . 1,01
: : : : :
: : : : : : : : : 214
: : : : : : : :
.. Lot 26 . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . :19 26 31 G Unkiwwn: . . . ., 1.03 1.. lad. 1114 60i 2" . .. . .f8.11.. .18.. 11 26 80 70 8..mlool. Land. . .A. 10.16 t 14rminnlP: 1..n4 A Inv Co" !ubI'I' 29' I .

Tee 8..mloolt eler t 8'Land 10".of.co.8E1'.%8ub'DIvan except lot 10 . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . 11 "6 SO G Poop, CV Co. .. 1. .2'. .1'' of NF.yy nod lot 4. . . .. . 322f a/ 40 SI" I 'I Laod .
112. .
timber 10Or"W! KI.elmwee. Lumbar 1.04. and 00 . . . . . ... . . . 11 20 30 10 WII..oo. J W. 2.18 Iota. \I. 440. IH.2. 1: \6, 17. ,112 ;nv 'o. :.. G.S7 ..

caRa. . . . . . . . . . . .. . 11 . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 11 F.. . 1.3: "'1 . . . I 03
('om".o 30 26 AILos. Lt Il 26:1 I . . . 1.FIA lot 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 11'1: l'lr I, . . . J13
. . . . . . . Unknown I : "
. . . 1
. 11 . 5
7. 18. 80. 111. 1111.lOL/ 1i8. 6871 110 21 10 a . . . . . . . . . . . a. Inklo"
. .
98. 9.. 97. 01'. 101. 106. lib . . . . . 30 20 31 80 $" iiilnap( Land k. ) Ill . . . . . .. . .. ... . . 11 a. 6 ""known . 13:1: land '. .1 .
A In Co. t
. . . .
IOv'o.. . . . 10. :::;:4' Lot. 101 . . . . . .. . . . . ,4 . 11 20 I f'nknawn 132jTbp : //I..t. 1mlnoh' I If NIT',. and IIbU"

Lot 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :10 20:11 r. 1'oknoiI . . . I.ClII S.mlool.. LNod A inv Co:' Sub-Div I Iof.I."r..ptNlofNW I al . .". ..IPia. . . . . .. .. . !. 'i.. 3/ :I :30 i yr
Lot 24. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :In :.!t1:11: :Ji l'nknowo . . . 1.011 . . . . . 122030I.ot '. O. 77 441. k: A ,
Lot 25 . . . . ; .-; ; m-; . . . . . . . .8D6 :fly r. ' I.CIa :. 64. 6G, 70. 71i. j 11",1.. U2. II.. .7.. .7.. . ... . .,.4. . .13 .0 II I 70 f.ml..I. l.aDd. . .
1 Lot 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lilt :.!(\\:11: r knndrnM1nMh.'J. J. 1.14: 16.83. S4. 447. II 02 9.. 00. Jl .". . . R./1.
131
Lot 0/1/ . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . :\\1, 2'1'' ::11 r. Unknown . . . 1.0a 71. 14.). 101. 142. 10.. 166. 110. J 43 . . . . . 33 1 ",/ 'iO: I ISvll. 1' Ii. . :2:4)6lob !
lob 72 and 73 . . . . . . . . . . . . all 2III( 1\1\ loI"rll..u.\ J. . . 1.111 11.". . . . . .. . . . .. . ... 12 28 SO 145 8emlool" Land I..I.02..t 60. : : "I ouog. J .
Lot 1011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :\It 2'1' III r I'nkoo.'o . . . 1.011 : 121 . . nI.t { and 77..4(4:': 111 1..1100.. I.. .C.. 111
k Lot 118 . . .oo. . . . . . . . . . . . 8U 2\1:11: i l.nlloo":1: Lot. ud.IS . . . . ... . . . . 12.211O 14 detlux.Cj H.: : : : : [4ta0 rOI . . ." . . ;{ : : G 1 .. :. . .. 1 08
.. '. Sub. \ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 20 14 / Niebob. C F. . . 1.32 Lot 79 .1.1: :': .'1 G I'"knowo 1
Lend d inv Div '
Tb.'I.'wlool. of NSVU4 Co.If Lot. / . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 20 ao 1 I'nknow0 . . . 1.3: .1 u ):only ""I'n' ''o.'x NibI0of ; ,; 1
If all except N\4 NE" I4).1/1" and N. . .. . . . . . . . . 12 211 1'14'/ "'}"."'..u, E . . 2..11 k ell.r 44W of I. xn3rt

.11 UII'r lease, .to. . .The. . KI..lwm.. . . . . 26 :31t.l. Lot 440 . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 211 10 / Unknown . . .. 1.8: IM's Iraxp. .I.t 10 The 1 1..1.r In-. a4 :I :$::0J.t
.. lOI1'0 31 lot 110 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ] '1 / U"ymuur. I' I. . 1 .3:: 12, .84.31,30..1 "I..lnw'. & 81 03,
.
rr f. :443: SI. .4. 42 ill 67.. 71. lot 111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ] : :6 ao I.o.. I. . . . 1.3: : ...al.. .. . . .. .:. . . :.1 "I 10 101 !"lln.l. Land. . A 6.56
87. 111.12.1.12\1 .
941 8. . .18.. .11.. . . . .10.. . . . .11.. . 20 31 Laud lot 116 . . . . .. ; .. . . . .. : . 12 211 :,0 / .. . 132 ; 1010.. . I. :
d1 1. 31 ur 8..0Inol.II" . . .. 12. A. Lot. 122 . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 12 20 30 Unknown . . . 1 :I, Lot I . .. .. . . . . . .. .. . .'14 "I ;30, r., 1"1.00. .11.. . Ca '

Lot . . . . . . . . . . . . I : r. K"no" '. W T. . : Ihr Land I8Y Co". SubDivof Lot. 1 . .. .. ., . . .. .. .. . 31 ::1 81): ..108
Lot ?:! . . . .. ..... . .... .'j. . . . :: 2U(\ r. Unknown . .. 10 10: !.rlool. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13:6::: 30 i il.t ( Lot '10" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 :. 30 I "mlb. ,I. I. 1.03 Slot 8
Lot i': : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 2.H' : i. ( 'nknown . . . . 4. 12. 1 : 20. 21, 20. 81. 30. 45. I, h0 .. . . . . . . .. . . . ; .. :: "I rnnrty. G .I: : : 1,03: f
: 2 % ::41 5 1.03 . 61 411. 7r.. 76. 00.IUr. lot. 1244 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :i \1 .1/.1I 1
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. . . .. . {'OkOOWD . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . 2. 26 I. 10: lot 1 27:4 I Unknown
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Lot 27 .. . . . . . . .. .. . .' . I 27 11 unknown . . .. .8$ l.t13' / . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 11 1 Unknown . 1 .oa I.tI . . . . . . . . . . . . /. . . : 27:0 / 10 AOB . . . ..18
a Lot Z .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . 9 27 11 1B 1B Unknown .. . . .88 lot. 69 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 1 flerring. J W. 1.03rib. I..t14/ . . . . . . . . . . . ,. . . 13 27 / unknown m . . . .88 .
u Lot / .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 9 : Unknown . .. . .88 Lot 116 . . . . y ... . .. . .. . 26 26 80 I Unknown . I.t16/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 10 I Unknown .88 ,1
Lot 82 .. .. . . . . .. . . . . . 9 2T\ I Unknown . . .. .88 M'minoIP Land A Jo" Bub-Div .- Lot 62 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1' 27:0 1 n.m. E 0.. .. .88
Lot O8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 27 SI I Unknown . . . . A"p of. all llmh'r lease Co. Kl..Im- Lot art . .. .. . . . .. . . . .. 1A 27:0 I Unknown . ... . .88
Lob 71 74 . . ., . . . . .. .. B 27 81 Unknown ... . 1.82 Lumber e..pt Company OD E% and. ofoh lot 11, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 27 ao / Holton T C . . .88
Lot 120Tba al. .. . . . ... . . . . . . . 9, 27 31 3 Fowle. W B. . 88 m. .. . .. .. .F. 21 26 30 I.t. Bl .. .. . .. . . . .. . . . 78 : 1 Unknown . . . .88
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128. 12.. 126 . . . . . . . . . . . 10 21 80 no Setni.olr Land! & I 1. 15 eemiuole lAnd 'A' Loin 1.,11. 18. 17. 18. 21. 2 Bitt 102.. 1..1' '. .. '.20 ..'
Inv CO. 25.21: fat R 31 . . i. . . . . . . . . Inv Co. . . . d,58 : Smlnol. Lend A
Lot 24 . . . . . . . . 16 27 30 R Unknown : : : : : : : :.N8 I Hk . . . . . . . . :. . . . l'olloo.'n. . . 1:4I..t \ Lot 12 10 .. . . . . . . . . . .. . .,. ., 14.20 ; "
Lot . . . . . . . , . , . . . 16 27 ::10' 1\ Unknown . . . . 8N II.ot : II k..1. . . .. . . . . . . . Il.llingrri . t' Lot 1 Ilk. 102 :. . . . . . . . . Ttnkoown . .. ... 2.3T '
. .
Lot 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 27:10: 1\ SlrpbcnalirsAIf> "11 ; 1 Ilk.1. 10. 20. 21. 0.3. 24 Blk 82 1'.koo"'u. 1.10 1.11 8. II' 2.,2 2* Ulk 103 . i0. ASemino 1. 2.81
Lot .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 27:10: n Unknown . . . N8 1..1 t. li. I.Ilnol. I.od' 'A .. Lad .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : I'nknown . . RIt .. ... . . 1.16 1 Hlk . . ,. Jny Co. 12.28 ,
It:80: 16' 27:11I l..ot Blk . . . . . . . . . . . . rot 10.1 . . . . . . . . . .
; .
:2 .
. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 27 110 R; t'nknnwn' . . . HI< Lot I : . . . . . . . . . . . ,laona. 4.; \ . 1.213In I lab 11. 12. 19. 20., 23. 24 81k 10.. . : ; SeminoeELend .2.31
Lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11k : .- . . . 1 .
04 '" . . 16 271):\ R t'nkno".I1' . .1 II k . . . . . . . . . . . 6 .
Lot 1 . . . ,. . . . . , . . . . . . Rill) :: Mm A 1. In. Co. .. 11.28
? 16 27 :i0 II Unknown loll lilt' . . . . . . . . . . . . 1..0. 11 261 Lot 2 HIk' 10. . . . . '' .:
Lot 128 . . . . . . . :. . . . . . . . 16 27 '30 l'okno.-o . . . .88The i 1..1. :2 Ilk ..1.:. . . . . . . . . . t'nk.o.Nnudnole land. 'A. 126 Lo11 5. t111. 12. 13. 15. 18. 18.. X9'20 unknown ,,. . 2.81 I, j.
K..mlnole rAnd & Ipy Co.'. Suh.DIY 'Iut 1011 :. . . . . . . ... . .. . '
1441! . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 80 Inv 1'0.. . . I ".mlnoll Land A 1 r
1.10
It. Loot Lot : . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20.21
6/1. l\k l'nllno'o . c.
/ : . .
liD. 111. fiR. 110. 111. 11.. Lot..3. 12 Blk 108 . . . . . 4
711 33' . . . . . .
- 1111. 21\\. 12A127 128.; . . .. . 17 2T 30 80 Suminoln lAnd .. Lots 2 nk : . .010010 I.od k. 1201 1. ,1! .. Seminok Lend A .
Inv Co. . . . 1.12 '. fat 1 Rlk 108. . . . JOY Cn. . . .. 8. :
. . .
Lo t 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '11 27 80 15 Unknown . ... "It tat 1 Hk II . . .8 11 10 .11.14.IS l4chulck: H1'-, : : : 1,26 Lot I BIk. 101'' . . . . ... ... . . .. ... <. K..on" T. .. 2.81
Lot 4 . . . . . . . . . . . , , . 17 27 30 /I t'nkno"o . . I'll Lute n. II, f. loll 108. . .. . . . .. . . . . .' Rym""r. D . 2.31 '
Lot 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 21 30 II Unknown . ..81tLot 16. 17. 1, 111. :I. 122. 23 UII 36. Brmino.e. .. Loin llk 8. ,12. 161810 . . . 2.n:
1/1/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .811 Iny 1'0' . 8iu : ? '.
('o :
17 27 30 II Unknown IIIk . .. . : . : . : . .
f.0f,241tIk30 . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.0 l. Land a .
Lot 20 . . . . . . . . . . : . . . 11 27 30 .r; Unknown' . . . .88 l'okoowo 8ml t
Lot 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 30 /I Unknowo. . . . I'll All except late. 13. 1.. 13. 16 Bk 37. . . I.mloole Land 'A. late 1 A 4. 16. Co .. . If.O
Lot 41\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 30 15 Unknown . . . .88 : 07 18. 19:'20' i..Gis. : .8:. '. !. .1.6:
Lot 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 27 30 /I T1nknn..n . . . ,1'10 tote 1 end 16 Bk 37 . . . :. . . Chaml ri1r1: C'(1.i 3.87: Seminole Lad. .
All . . . . . . . . . . Iny Co.
Lot 30 /I Unknown. . . . .I'll 31 Nemlnole Land Lt 11 Dlt 10" . . . 12.f
Lot 87 . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . 17 li 27 27 110 Unknown . . . .81t Co. . ,I 23.1 late 8. 4 8 U. 10 11. 1218, 1920, Sterfea. E C . t sDIk

Lot 611 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 110 Unknown . . . .1'8 All frul Ik 311 . . . . . . . . . seliol Lend" 100. :'. : , : , . , , : , .,, : -
Lot 78 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 30 I'nkn..n' .MIt Co. ... . 18.04 mlnol. fend. .
Lot 83 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11T 27 110 /I Unknown' . . . RII All fr.,1 Blk .0 . . . . . . . . . . .. Land Lola 18 "od 1 Dlk 100 . . . \ . . . 1.1' Co.. . . 18.91 '
Lot 04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 110 Unknown . . . 98 In, Co. ,.. ,' Lot. 5. 12. 13 DIk . .". . . . . . lnlrDowo Land . a.3..
Lot 100 . . . or. . . . . . . .. . . . 17 21 30 5; Unknown . . . . 88 All el"t lot 111 Rik 4 . . . . . . . Netulnoir Laud 21.19Lol 10 Smloo. . ,
Lot 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 30 II Unkoown. . . . .1411 ,., . 22.8/1 tat 12811e 112 . . . . . . . . . . 4,60G1.
The &mlnolr Leod At Iny ('n '" Sub-DIY 5. O. 113. 1. 18. 21. 22 Bk 42. . . so:iolo Land 9 and 10 Blk 118 . . ; .J W.. 1,41 7
of fr.ell EI,{, and S&\4\ of SW\4\ rxcrptLek. ,.. . .. 10.8a 8mlool. God A
. Front Addition . . . . 33 2/1 30 I" 4 DIk .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . Relnor P . . lot 6 .. .. ; 1.86 1
Lot. 8/11. 3/12. 853. 388t 884 885, 8116, lots 6. .16. 18. 23. 2. Blk .3. . . . . H.mlno''" Land. Ain 2.70 Lot 8BklU8' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Te known. .R.. : : : : i,0 1.29: '

1187. .14. 41/1./ 416. 41& 4111. .20. CO. . . . 11.16 lot 8 BIk. 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . .,
421. 444. 4411. H6, 441 4.8.' 4411. .110. Iota 3. .. 5. 7: R. 14. 23. 2. Dlk . . Neinloolu Land lot 10 1elk' I. . . . .. . . ." . UoIO"D .. .. 1,26Lot I
451. .112. 4M. 47/1. 476. .17. 478 479 Inv CCo. ... . .. 18.96 14 Hlk 1. . . . . . .I. . . UolrD. W 1.28
.110. .81. 4112. 4H8. 411. 485. .86. 506. I"t 22 1 k 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . ITn"oo'n . . . 2,00 Lot 16 Hlk 1. . . . . . . . ". . R..I, M L.. 1,28, 1'
1107. 1108. 11011. 1110. 1111. 1112 . . . . 33 2:1: 30 118 Remiuor Land .. All Ilk 4r . . . . . . . . . . . . . S..mtoOlo Land .. Lots 2. a. 4. 19 HIk. 1111 . . .. . . Rtph..c lend

Lot 821 . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 211 30 1'4 tTnknn..n Inv Co. .. .. ,, .. ., ,. .. 35.25 1.17/ Lot. :. 4. 10. 10. 20 DIk .6 . . . . . . Seminole In. "'0.lAnd.., . ,A.. .6.117 Lot 1 Blk . . . .. . . . . .. smlot" . . . .. 4,1'5 1''
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.17 111 WIJam. a a.. 1.211
Lot 418 33 211 30 11. Unknown Inv c'o" . . Lot 8 B''" . .. . . . . . . . . . ft
. .
Lot 4/1. . . . .1.. . . . . . . . . . . 33 2/1/ 30 1'1 1'n"no..n' . . . LIT Jot 2 Ilk .6 , .. . . . . . . . . .Mr. 10,36. Lot. I and 111 Blk . . . . . . . .. .. 1.28
Lot .87 . . . . . . . . . , . . . 33 211 311 14. t'Okffwa' . . . 1.11 10 Ilk 46 . . . . . . . . , . 1..k"n." . . .N, T ( Lot. end 131k. 1 . . . . . .", . . J.m. I N . 1.0
Lot 488 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a3 21311\ 141 l'n"no"o' . . . 1 11Th. tote a. J. 111. 11. II. I0. 21. 23. 2.H" 2.81 I 16 Laad.
.. Srm/note Land At inv Cn.'. Sub DIY 47 . . . ... . . . . . . . . . Nnmlnole hand AIn Lot 1 Blk 16 . . . . . .." . . . loy Co... .. . 1.26.;
of all tr.ell ezcrJrt: Coke Front Addition. 34 211 30 Co. ... . 20.27 Lot 2 Blk . . . .. . . . . . . . Uono.. .r . .
All rcpt Late:36x: 3611. 370. :11I11: :11I11, 411:1.: Lot 6 [Ilk 47" . . . . . . . . . . .. Abhott.. C . .". 2.81 lot 13 Rill 16 16 . . . . . . . . . , . UD..O. .. .. 1.26 9
.04. .20. 430. 48e. 437. .110. .60. 470 I" 4. 5, I. 0. I0. 13, U. 18 nlk 48. . . H.mlno'' A Lot 1 HIl 11 . . . . ? . . . . . . Inlloo..a .r.. ... 1,24
480. 4110. .91. 1103. 110. . . . . . . 34 25 30 41 8nminor. Lad & Co.J.u. . .< 16.12 Lot 18 . . . . . . . . . . 10".0... . . . .
10" ('o. . . . 20.62 10,1 I. : 13.. 1. 21. 22 Blk 411. . . . land" Lot 18 Blk . . . ... . . . . . . . . . 112 e
The Rrmloolr lAnd .. Iny Co.'. Sub Diy 8"Iiol Co. .. . tat 17 Hil 118 . . . . . . . . . . . lakoo..o. .'. . 1.28
of all fr.etl except Lake Front Add. . III: 230/ lath. I. 2. 5. 6. 13. 14 Dk 110. . . .. Land" .. 11.7 Lot 10 118 . . . . . . . . . Ilo..no..a. :. .. t. 1.28
All . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 211 80 111 3eminolr Land & 1 In. . Lot 2 .
by Co. . : 8.60 tat HI Hit r.o. . . . . . . . . . . K..,., I''.n.. .. ". 10.86 2.06 : 'llI... ii7' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Se Fich{ol .".i, 1.1
The Reminolr Land .. Iny (b.'. RobDIYArtf I.ot I. 2, 1:1.: 1.. I. 18. 21. 22 Ik 111. . 8emlnole rAn" ".. .. 1.88 ,

trectl E34 erupt I 26 30 In.. (.0. . . . Lot 4 131k . . . .. . . .
vxeept Iola 190. e2rf.OIIJ3.d :it Lot 5 nk 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.l8 lot e Rlk 17 . . . . . . .. . . . .. Unknown. MO.. . 1.28 -
232. 240. 21\0. 2111, 21i2. 261. 263. 241.. Lot 10 Ik 12 . . . . . . . . . . .. tn"oown . . 11 Lot 1 131k. I . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown :.. 1.24
293. 294. 295.298.313 1414. 315. gA 325. lob I. II. : 22., 23 Bill /13 . . . . . Seminole 'k. 110 L 8 Bit 11T . . . . . . . . . . Unknown ... . . 1.28. 1
326: 827. 328, 345, 817, 348, : 360: Iny Co.Lod. . 0 Bill . .. . . . . . . . . . .
377. 3HO. 585. 3116. 4111. .18. .17. .18. lot II m.. 1i . . . . . . . . . . Seminole God ... 1.0 Lot 12 BIl 17. . . . . . . . . . Unknown. . . . 1.2
441. U8. 449. .110. .116 . . . . . . . 1 26 30 20: 8.r..1 01 Land & lo Co. . . . 1.117 Lot 18 117 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 1.18.
. . . 148.1I. . . . . . . . . . UolrDo
Co. late' 1 end R Bk 11 Eder C F . . . Lot 14 BIk 111. . . . . . "
Thr Seminole Land .. inv Co.'e Rub Div lot 0 Ik : . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown. . . . 2.00 Lot. 1.2.10.11.12.18.14 01k118 . . 8emlnole Land 1.20
of WI,{, . ... . . . . . . . . . . .. 3 26 30 iet. II Ilk ll . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 126 101' Co.. . . .. e.M
All .."" "t irate 120 137. 144. 1411. 1112. Lot 23: II" 11 . . , . . . . . . .. D . . . 1 Lot. 1. 2. 18. 1. DIl 119 . . . . . . ? Seminole a
160. 201. 21111. 20D. 218. 233. 23. 2311.r tat. 7 / . . . . . , . . . , O.n unknown . . . by Ld
240. 241. 2.2 247. 2.11. 3011. 806, 33/1./ Lot A lilt 1\6\ . . . . . . , . , . . . . .. 26 Lot 1.12. U DIl 120 . . . . . .,. Co. 8,08
336. .2/1. 440. 4117. .8D . . . . . 3 26 30 288 Seminole Land & tat 16 HIk. 116 . . . . . . . . . . . tn"no..n J E. 1. SemneQw4a4. A '.M
Co.. . . r ,16 7.61'Iny Lot II H" 111. . . . . . . . . . ? . H.hm..r.,," . . . 1.20 1.2. Lot 1 DIl 121 . . . . . . . . . ? Seminole La.d
The Semloole rAnd .. Iny Co.'. RnbDIYof lab 4 17 . . . . , . . . Seminole' Land Iny Cw. ..
NE'4 .od EY1 of NW\4\ .d WI,{, of In. (:0.. . . Lot 4 Bill 121 . . . . .. . . . . . . Unknown . .. . . I.T
HE'4 "....pt R R rt of way . . . . 4 26 80AI80x31.t Lute 2. 15. 16. 18 B1.. 118 . . . . ... . . Seminole Land .. 3.11 Lot 6 BII 121 . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.48 .T
Lota 1. 211.fg'r. In. Co. . . Lot. 1. 2. 18. DIk 121 .. . . . . . Seminole Lind i
84. 811,486' /58,792' 86. 6.. Lot. I. Ilk 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . I'n"nn"' . . 3.1/1. 1 In, Ca, . . a.sT
3Iill3i2? 121.: IIl12D, 130: 135: Lot I Ik . . . . . .. . . . . K..y, (' .. . ... 1.6In Lot 8 111k 122 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unllnown . ". . 1.13
18.. 187. 130. 149. 1112. 153 1117. 1118. Lots 13. 14. 16. 18. 10 Bll G9. . . K..mlnol.. lAnd .. Let 0 Blk 122 . . . . . . . Unknown . . 1.Ta
11\11. 11\0. 181. 1112. 191. J92. 103. 218. Ca . . . 6.36 Lot. 1.2.13.1 01k123 . . . . . . . 8.mtnol. Lad 'a il
22/1./ 228. 231. 236. 2/111./ 2M. 441. H2. Lot 4 lI ll . . . . . . . . . . . M.ttl.un T . . '.
448, 411.. 455. 4/16/ 478.. .74. 487 .811. Lot. II . . . . . . . . . . . .. Uo"no..n . 1.26 Lot 4 01. . .. . . . . . . . . ,.o .. ..lt
10. 11. 12. 21. 22. 2S. .... 44. liS.I... 78 4 28 ::10 234 8emlnole Land & Lot 10 Ilk 5D . . . . . . . . . . . . Knnuey. Mrs F L.. 1.26 1.26 Lot e BIk 12 . . . . . .. . ... . . ... Unknown U..ha .i.. . I.D -
Inv Co. . . . 121.96 Lot IT Ik 110 . . . . . . . . . . . ... unknown . . . Lot 7 Hik 123 . . . . .. . . . . Unknown . . . I.
Lot 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 211 3ft 1 Unknowo. . . 1.17 Lot 20 H. lD . . . . . . . . . . . . 30hn.on Mn .26 Unknown .110
Lot 1\ . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 4 26 110 1 Unknown. . . . 1.17 bole 8. 8. 10',1. 12. 19 BIl 60. . . Beninoln Land I 8 All ItJI:212 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Seminole 1190

Lot 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2e 30 1 Unknown . . . 1.17 In. Co., . :, 1.t6 Inv Co.ii'.
Lot 211 . . .'... . . . . . . . . . ... . 4 28 110 1 Tinkndwe ". . . 1.11 Lot 2 Blk 6. . ., . . .,. . . r.i. ,, . 1.28 All Bit 1211 , +.. +, x.x +:.j.l+ 21.21
Lot 30 . . . . . .. . . . . . .r. . . 4 .28 110 1 ln"oo"o" . . 1,11 lot /I 811e . . . .,: . j 1rri.4 ," tollno.n.. .. 1.26 Smlnoll Lad. ..
Lot 311 . .,. . .. . .a. . . . . . . .. . .' 4 26 110. 1 ITnkuOwn . .u. 1.17 13 .d 11 DI. 6.. -; F O. 9.111 All EIk,128.4.r .r. 8emlnole a 18.6 T'
.
Lot 82 . , .'. . . .. . . . . . .... 4 26 110. Unknown 4 . ic 1.11 tat 4 RI",81 . . ."..\41. .. ssFBdt. .try.u4. . lay Lnd ls,14
Lot fl6 . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 4 26 110. 1 Uuknowe. I . + u 1.11 r..t.2 HI" 62 .. . .... i .o. . .. . ... ,I tollnnwn W ... t.,26 All BIt 1T 4 u r , C.1nd'j I
"., l..t 118 . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . ,' 4 26 30 1 { nknowe' '. . . . 1'1 l.t.8 and 4 Blo 62.. ... . ; . ,} T..d."I Ella. l a.oC .. al..8 d
Lot 121 ,... . ; . . . .. ... ...;. .. . . .. 4 26 110 1 iJekROwe. . . err I..tI R.1e. 62 .r.r H,4... '' .;... 1.26 All Bil 18 ; ;',,, t + + t. $.mlool. Len4. .A "
Lot 130 . . . . ;. . . . . . .. . . .M' 4 26 80. 1 Unknown . .. . 1.17 Lot 10 62 . . .. . . . . ... .. 'Untnn.n .I n. ... .
Lot 186 . . . . :... . . . . . . . . . 4 26 SO 1 Unknown : . . 1.17 l..t'18 Rl Q2 . . . . . . . . .. .. . ... M..b.l. .. . . 1.28 126 All BIk' 120 . . . . . . . . . . . . 10yCo..0..' =i,
Lot 1311 . , . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 30 1 Unknown . . 1.17 Lot BIk Bmlooh. .Ld al..
Topping
Lot 1411 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 28 80 1 tTn"no..n. . . 1.17 lots.o and 30 Blk' 68' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 'JAO. : : : : 2.37 1.42: late 1.6.1.8 Bit 10 . . . . . . . .. Seminole Lend. .i
Lot 1/13/ . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 80. 1 Unknown. . . . 1.17 lot 12 Dlk 113 . . .. . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . In. Ca. . 1..78 I
Lot 11111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 80 1 Unknown . . 1.17 I. 13. 1 Dk 64 . . . . . . . Seminole Land ..2 Lot I31k131 . . . . .. . . . . ? . . Rillingeley. CL.. 4.4e
Lot 2116 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 28 30 1 Unknown . . . 1.17 Iny Co" . . .. Lot 8 Bile 131 . . .. . . . . . . . Unknown . ., .. ..48 'j I
Lot 443 . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 80. 1 Unknown . . 1.17 Lota 1. 2. 6 Bk 08 . . . . . . . . . S mlool. Land a.ol! Lot 4 Bile I'l . . . . . . . . . . Unknown ; . . ; ..4. .
Yla.ling .. Doopa Ruh.Oly of l..ot. 38 and lov CO. . . .. LotIBllI31. . . . . . . . . . ... . Uo.na .. '..4.
. . 11 211 80 Lot 0 Bit 66 . . . . . . . . . . . . Iln"no..o . . . 11./11 . . . .. . . . . . . . Unknowe .,4..e 4.4e f'
Lot 38'nil A : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Unknown . . . 1.26 Lot 21 81.. 66 . . . . . . . . . . Un"no..n . . . 1.1 11HW Bill 132 . . . .. .. . . . .. . . Lead'lilAll .
N W Fnleom'e ub-Div of iota 89 end 42. 12 28 80 . . 1.9 811001. . . . t'.
lot 6 Rik: R . . . . . . . . . . . . : Mood. Wit. . 1.26 It/l. f, : ; 16. : : : : : : bemluoe trod" Bik. 133 . . . . .. .. . . . .. . a. .12
Lot 9 RII R . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown. . . . 1.2e tl:614i fjlk.6T 101' Ca. . . .; : 8mlnoa .Ld, 5.17 ,
ST. CLOUD- All Bit 6 . . . . . . . . . .. Seminole 10.81 .l except Lot 4 Bit 13. . . . . .u. .. SeminoleLand., a M, 1;
Lot e Blk 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land & Iny Co.Laal. . 89. 1 loy i CO ; ..U
Inv Ca. . . . 1.116 fat II B.II. 811 . . .. . . . . . . . Barton.. Mrs C JI All BIk' ISI . . . . . . . . '. . . . . SemlolnAll t.4 A 4 .
Late 1.2. 9. 10. 2L 22 Bik. 2., . . . . . Seminole Land & Lot 8 Bile 61 . . . . . . Clark. John. .I 12.80 .- .... Co .. '5,17 '
In, Co. . . . 11./16/ Lot. 7. 8. 10. 11. 18. 21., 23 DIk11. . II Seminole Land Bit 1116 . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole .,. "=
Lot e Rlk 2 . . . . . . . . . . . Kenney. W A. . 1.26 I. Iny Co. . . : . 16.12 'c Ld 5.47', r '
Lot 1 Alk 2 . . . .Jt . . . . . . . Kenney. W 0. . 1.26 Lot 19 BIk 3 8. All 81k. 1ST . .. . . . . . . .. .. rnY.C n4,4 X14. 3
Lot 111 Dlt 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.28 Lat. 15. 10. 7l3, 24 ::::::::::::: Seminole Lapd" 2.8 8mlool.' . f'
Lots 19 and 22 BIk, a . . . . . . . . Seminole LAnd & 'sil'ii luv Co. . . . 8:.. All Blk. 188 . . . . . . . . . . ,3.. . hmlool. .. .".1.8 ***Li
Inr Co. ... . . 2.M Lute 8. 4. 7. 8 13 . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land .', .._ -'ir'
Lot 10 Bit 8 . . . . .. . . . . . . . Land CA. . . 1.26 DIl 'ny Co. . . . 8. '. Lot BII,130. . . . . . . . . . .e.. : 10y.C. ,I.,
Lob 8 and 4 1" Rnrder 3 . . . 2.06 I..t. 23 24 13 : . . . .. . . M. . ,Bmlnol. L4.'f' 2' :
Lot 22 Rlk 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . ITtte. A . . 1.26 Lou 8. ..1d 8. Bk 14 '. . . . . . . ... YlnID1. L a4.AIn. e.88 Lot. 1. 2 2. 4,5 DI. 10 . . . . . . '
IoM 23 and 2. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Strpbcne..P . . 8.3. DIl Co. . 10.88 .: 8looe .L.. 4,10:
Loti G. W A. All Lota 10... 12 . . . Leal Lot BIll: 1.1 . . . .'. . .. .u . iAnd i t '
1.12 Seminole' .. .
Lot 4 'Bik I DIk. . . . . . . . . . . . Cewdlo.1 11. ..: nqpt 1. 81118 Iny Co" . . .a. a..a8 I II.ol. ., ,.:.. I

Lot 5 RIle 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . UnlrDown . . . 1..2 All fetl 17 . . . . . ; ... . . . . Seminole ,Land Lou 8. 4. 1.1,8 Dlk'142' . ... . '" eminole 'LendLot :.: ;
Lot e AIk. II . . . . . . . . . ,. tTntn..o . 1..2 Bt Iny Co. . . .. .o.', ':: Inv Ca..r... '4.T6r 1,
Lot. '1. 2. 17. 19 Dlk 6 . . . . . . .t. Seminole Laod & All fr.dl Bit 18 . . . . . . . . . Seminole .Land A 21.21 1 Bit 142 . ." .. . . ...... c.7 ...: 1.Y0 sia.Ce.
. . . II.23 BIk 143' . . 't.
10'1' co. lay Co..x. Lau I and 8 . . .. .. . ,- .:
4 Lot 8 Blk 6 . . . . ... . . . . . . . T'nlrDown . . . 1.1\7 All 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole 1.18 . Lod 1.36
Lot 21 BIt II . . . . . . . . . . . . tTn"nn..o . 1.51 BII In, Co.Lang. .. ..19.91 .....t. .141 . . . .a. . . . . . .; ,,. ". ,.. R1a..519 a.,... I.!!
Lau 1. J" 11, 18.21 BJ'J'1 . . . . . . fl<: "' o Land & Lob 1 to 12 lad Bitt 80 . . . . . . . . Seminole Land .. lot 0 143 . . . . .. . ... Uoknow0 111.2 ,1. .
Inv Co.. . . . 8.91 In, Co. . . . 10.86 Lots 4. I. 8 8111'144 . . . . .. . . . Seminole }end a. .' sLot t
Iota H. 12.111 Blk 7. . . . . . . . . Unknown. . . . 4.78 Lot 21 fn . . . .I. . . . . . . . I Unknown. . . 1.26 ...y .". . ...J.
Lot 14 JI'Io: 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 110"no..n . . . 1.00 Lot 22 JI BII . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown ... . . 1,211 a Oll 14. .. . . .. . .1. . . pokeowo. .. . 1,21.
Lot 20 P'k T'ntnown: 1.90Lnt : Lot 23 Ro. . ,.. . ; . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Lot 6. 8. 10 BIk 111 .. .. . . . land .
24 :;'/7' : : : : : : : : : : : : : ; : : : : : : : : :: : I'nknowe : : : : : : : 1.90All : Lot 2. RI HII . . . . . . . . . . . . Un.oo..o . .. 1.28 :01& .: .l6'
except ....1. 1. R. 9. 10.,11. 12 81k 8. Seminole Lad & Lot. 1, '. 6. 1" 8. 10. 11. 12. 38. 1' Lot 2 111r1 . . . . .'. ... . . . . . ... .
In, CO. . . . 26.ee 17. 18. 20. 22. :3 .81. . . . . . Seminole Land I..t. ... . . . . . . .. . . U..e... ' .n.,
Lou 11.1.8.10,11.12 Blk D. . . . . . Seminole Land & DII 'ay Co. .. 13.86 fat G Bile 141 . . . . . . . . . . Thomaw.J '. ..1.:8. 8''
tsv Ca. . . . 9..0 Lot 3 Il . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ellt.on. U.C. Lot .
Tot 4 "'Or It . . . . .' ... . . . . .... unknown . . . 1.110 Lot 18 Dll BIl 81 . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 1.28 G t.e. ." f. ( t.
Late 1, 6. 0 to 24 inc. Lot 21 81 . . . ., . 1.26 22 0. 16 . . . . . . . . . . . .Seminole ..d a.In "
Block. 1'0II: . : . . . . .1.3. . . . . : Srmlnolr' God .. Lots 1. RIl 2 8. 1828'Blk'82. . . . . . I.r Di. 'A C.1.T 10.... S,
Div Co. . . . 26.811 Bmlnol. .. . Lot 1 01k 146. . . . . . . . . . . . M 'Z.. 1.20

All Dlk 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Srmlnolr Lend & Lot 11 and 12 Bit 82 . . . . . . . . Rlaymak.r .. 1.111 Lot 111 BIl 149. . ... . . . . . . . .Dala..4x.4. I.M,
Inv Co. . . . 80.18 1. Rile 82 . . . . . .. . . . . unknown .I. 2.01 tau 1, 0(8,8,10. lI. 16. 18. 20. 21. r
AU'Dltt 12 . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . Beminola Land & Lot 20 Rll 82 . . . . . . . . .1. 1 Unknown . 1.18 22 BII 147 . . . . . . . . . . Seminole laad'A t'
Inv Co.. . . . 80.18 Lot 21 12 . . . . . . . . . .. . . Unknown ..U./ . . 1.20 Inv, C0.r4.r,111,41. ,, .
Lot. 1 20 Bit 13. . . . . Reminolr Land A. Lot 22 Rile . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Lot, I. 2. 6. 10. 11..1.. 1. 19. 21..28 .
. 8.111. 16 10. rev Co. . . . 12.28 Lot 8 BIk. 8: . . . . . . . . .,. . . . . .. . 1.26 14 Bile 18 . . . . . . .. S.mleoe Load A
S. . . . . . . . . . tln"no. . .' .
r..te 24 Rlt 14. . . . Laud & Lot 10 Bile .... . . . 1.26 Inv .lli A
111. 18. 111. 20. 23. "r..Io'. . . . 12.28 Lot 1. B.II. 88 . . . . . . . . . . . . "ole.nwo : 1.26 Lot 5 Bile 11 . . . .. . . . . . Rice. a, . .

Lot 11 Bllr 14 . . . . . . . . . Potter are 1'1.' . 2.a1 Lots 10. U. 19. 20. 28 BI. . . . . 8".lnol.. Land. 'AIn Lot Tab 17 BIk . . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. W 1.1.. t ,1.2e.. ,
10 20, Beminoir' Laud & Co. . 4.76 1.7.22.24 -
Leh 3. 4. 1. .11..16. 23. 2. Blk U. 10. : 4'
2 Blk. . . . . . C0.. :.AS
In, Co. . . . 18.0..l lot I. Phlnlpa. 0 W. . 1.28 BiIoI 'f i
Lot I Blk 1\: . . . . . . . . . . . . tTo"nn..n . . 2.37 Lab 1. 2. 3 4. 6 7,8, 10.17 111k. 85. ... ( -01. iend. Lot l..ot.. 16.. BIk l.n .8.. 91019111718 . . . .

. Lot. 3. 4. 5. 6. O. 10. n. 19. 20. 21 Bik 111' 8emlnole iand & __ IfM (b. . . . 7. 01 181k I .I.. 1.. . . . . . . . . . .. .7e :
.. Inv Co. . . . 111..111 '.te 19. 20. 21 B. 88 . .: . . . . . Snl.QI. Ila Semleol. JAed a ;
18 . . . . . . Kemp N .\ . . 3,6 I.nl. . . Inv Co. . . . p..' A
otn tT end BIle 16
Lot A. Lilt Land & Lot-I RII . . .. . . .. . . .. . . IInkn.wn 0.. . . . 3.1 iota 1. 2 S G. e. U. 21 BUr ISI . . . a '
n, 22 11. .IOOIC. Ld,
/I. 6. 7. 10. 13. H. :
8Pr..IoI. . . 111.17 lot 2 RI . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . 1.26 S.6W
. . Lend & tat 10 Bile . . . . .. . . . . . . . R. . . 1.28 l..ot. BIl 1/11 . . . . . . . .. . . . C. ... ..
a Lots 4. 6. 10. 146.. 17. 21 nit 18. 8"r..IO. . . . 10.11\ Lot 12 Bile 86 . . . . . . . I I 1.28 Lot 7 161. . .. . . . . . . . . Rice. CA. . . I'M VI
1..01. 1. 2. 4. 18 BIk 87' . . . . . . . . Bnteele faa4'AIn. I..t RIle . . . .. . . . . .. . Kenn.,. B. . .42 .
Lot 3 B'tr 111I . . . . . . . . . . . . petuown. . . . 1.1\0 .. Lot 1 Bit 1/12 . . . : . . .. . . . . Uo .. w. .. '
Lot 5 Rik: 1N' unknown: 1.90 tat 87 . . . . . . . . . . . . t. . .. .' Lot.l.od 6 Bit . . . . . . . Unknown . .i1 :I
: : : : : 113.
Lot 9 BIk 18. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Uoknown : : : 1,95 rot. 1/ B1 87 . . . . . . . . .Attier. 8 W' . . 1.26 1,12 28 14 . . ... . . . . o
. Lot 13 RIk 11'1' . . . . .'. . . . . . . . tnllno..n . . . .. 1 nil lAta 1. Rle. 7. 11. 12.13. U. 18 Bit 88. . Seminole Land : ii. ..
Lot--'O RI.ll1 . . . . . . . : . . . . Dun'.p' 0. . . . 1. no 10. Co. . . 7.15 Lot 20 D.I. 114 . . .. .. . i tiS..
Lou 1. 2.1.6.. 8. O. 10. 11. 12 flit 19. Ber..IO Lend & tat 4 AIk RI . . . . . . . . . . . . R.teh..r. .. . 1.20 iota 1. 11.1.11. 22'BI. 1111.. . ... : Se i ole i..
Co. . . . 1:1./16 lot 1\ Bill . . . . . . . . . . . . U..ao..o I, . . '. 1.26 In too.. 10.'.
Lot. 13. Hi 1/1 Bllr 9 . . . . . . . . . WI..n..r. J E. . . . 71t rot 81 111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lott 1, 2 1. 1. 17. 16 21. 22 Blk 166. Se Land A /
Lob 6. 8 9. 20 BIle 20. . . . . . . . s.r..1oI Lend & Lot I Bi . . .. .-. .. "olo..o, {.. 1.2. let Ca. . . . 11.1
. . . . 11.117 Lot.' 11 d Il.81k39' . . . . . . R..t..ahl..b..J Lot. 1. 8. 9. 11. 12. 1.. 20. 11. I w
Lot'8 Bllr 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . UnlrDowo . . .. 1.13 . Brlnol. .od. A. 2.20 BIll: 1111 . . . . . .. . . .2. 2 I .
Lot 4 D.t. 20 . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.13Lote rot 4 DIl 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . IInknown .. . . ". 1.20 .La. 1.11 If0.
8. 910B1k211. . . . . . . .x. Stewart i0. . . 11.117 Lot 10 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.2ft Lot. I. 18 1.. ro '
f I. 1.
I. Ri .. 122 4.6li4. Ie
Lots end 12 Bile 20 . . . . . .. . . '8t.rt. 8 0. . 3.01''Lot 18 Bile .. . . . . . . . .. . McRas.k. W r. 1,20 al. 1 . t I rot
Lob 11. U. 13. 14 BIt 21 . . . . . . . S mit Ole Lead ... Lot 24 BIle 80 . . ._ . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . : Ca.a .. c
J lay Co. . . . .1111 All except o. U. 12. 18. 1.. 10. 1.2 Lau 1. 2. 8. 4. 6 e 0. 1. 2. 1. +

Lot 21 BUr II . . . :. . . . unknown . . . 1..2 24 Bllr 9 lo.. . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Iml.oh, a 23 24 BIl 19 ... S Sembol.Lanla.Lot : : :
Lotto I t. 8, ... 10. 14.Ie. t.. . t'.e : .' '
.18: 20,21. 22, :n3 Bile 2 212,13., . "ml.o''" Laod & Lot 8 4. L 18. 1.. 21. 22 Bi'01. . . .. Seminole. Ld' a 11 "II 1119 . ... .. . .. . . Tp 3 W.". J. ,;
1.1' Co.. . . . 18,34.Let ..y ..as 92'2 8 4. I. 8 .7. 1. 'e. 1.. '
24 BIk: .2 .1.. . . . . . ... ... . Uoknown ,1. . 1..2. Lot 8 BIIo: 01 . . . . . . .. . . . .. C_.. I 5.. . ... 1.28 BIll: 18d ..a ... . . .t Bin I&L. .
f'. a. 1a. 14. iA. 18, ,0.. 22, hot 0 tl . . . . . . . .. IIekeow e . . . ;,,1441'

'1;'Z:2'! : .. .'. / . . . . . ... . . .Seminae Lead. 10.418 Lot 111 B.1 8'... ..... . . .. . . . . 11. L.. 1,2.40 Lot Loa 1. BII, .10'BU. ie1': .. ..... .. .. .. ...,... e... .= .r..; 1,

" Lot 1T Bllr ,,,' .. ... .. .. .. . . .. :.. $ dnknown . . . 1 1,26 L' II.2 .... .. ,. . .. . . . .. Wlkb. Wm ... .e.t. .
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*' I I H I > M I I I I : Order.of Publication.1 I.I JAX TO TAMPA 1 1I r--QUITE DIFFERENT- I PROFESSIONAL' L- B. DICKERSON '''l'.J


ri'! 1R ll i la Circuit Coort. Heventh Florida Judicial-la Circuit l.heu*err 0ae.ol.CoaotyIMM.of I -,- Artificial Stone. WorksWNOLISALI

AY STONE ; Jtmeslt.Davl..Complal.aal.ea. Cbailw Jar. I CARDS
Hand ..
Road Between
. ,, 1, charlea balUibwr. and All Prnona! cUno- !I Metropolis Wants a t NO UtAIL
Inv au lutermt la the Pr-.perty In Tble lilllDeeorlbed. Lime Patent ilaeter PlasterParis
lMJen i troll 1lt ni mi t! Irom Tllie.ToAllWIUMn. rp* Hair, Building! Blocks, House 'i;
: Hn J of the of the local +
} ItMiTOonoera ew project PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Blocks Sidewalk
Chimney
pad. groin the Worn bill of com. Piers,
+ It ap''MArlnc
2.60 to a i plalou filed] la thin caaee, that there ere per BoaraT(of Trade for a state highway Tile Common Brick FireBrick, ; ti
'Special by week or month.. '. .-'font inienauid I In the propertInvolved la ibla from Tallahassee 'to Tampa Via Jacksonville Office over Onceola, Pharmacy. 3 in. Tile, 4 in. Tile Drain focs i .
tail I tier than. the kauwn acfendanU' : and
' I. TMIMI, rr.,. .i. mrti, HP.,. + that the name*of such ........0.. an intvr.M a.. the following[ <} from PHONESIC. to t Residence 53 eta Cypress Lath. ,
,
ndibtt r.pnafed -
U8 amall
+ are unknown lo theromplamiiiit: O'lce My motto quick aalei and prontaeood
\. ++ I > 11 I >* > *++ + Rsf ii In Mid bill of complaint I nnaimtaurb .the Metropolis has timely'interest: : work and goal quality, tall and *etprice
unknown de'endantis Recent discussion those who .. ., Everything truarentead ...tlaf.I'J' ...
\. It li.Tlir..rore Ordered. nil all partita I among C or money refunded. Worka on Broad' i ,
.11. clalmincanlntereHt In cud to the following are seeking to secure a system of good :\V'.1.. WINN "way/ and Midland R. H. Phone Ut.
drerritiwl property, .lIu.... Iv the f: unir ol .
0..1.led Maieof Florida t.-*lit roads in this state seems to be directed ,

W: I Yflji DOZOR 1 the The HmtimMi north half quarter of the of norlbea.t'yuellerof Kwtion &( (it...fu !I. 1!. toward public consideration of a hard- ay PHYSICIAN j jRatDJt..cJt ----- - ,

: lywtikhlfiTweaty sal. du eppvar fir. outa to lbs of anmplatuauraM.l lun.e Twentr.nllie surfaced road between Jacksonville and PHONe M Ktasl.INttg.Orrice :. I

of ooiiit>.Ulut. liemin Died, on..r .>ef 0"'the :Tam!).. The movement is now in its t ProHK v;. H.OIUIM. .
I.1) d.. of Juljf A. l>. IV12. else be aid bill will infancy will be r TILLERfcua"f S
b.ut undoubtedly a success -
be takvii aii4T'iuf'..*Med.AB'I I M.
It l. Further Ordered. Tbat thii order. because of the energetic; methodsof G. THOMASON f
be "ubU..1 onro week, for twelve conaecurpeprr F. .
live| week* In the Vallejr Gaielte, a h.... Tampa citizens when any movementfor Real estate Agency.
lMll.lli.hcU in MM Coni'ty of|O>re..la, rilatu ofViorl'la. i
the benefit of that is !
city proposed. 7"
end of ..u..ral clrcuittlon In . Real Estate County.VHiurin. K Furthermore .there is every indication PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ..a ................................. lit
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the Honorable Jamei W perk h... Dickson-I wonder--H t -ball ever" .

Judtfn thvn. r.of and old c the.tart ofHrlal,iu'l-. my atwl uarae of nail'a Circuit Clerk I that the road-booat..ra of Jacksonville, be rich enough to' own a uteam yacht? Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 it Realty bought and sold. ,}

Court thla the 11th d., ul April. 4. b. VIM Duval county will join hands with Tampa Wlckson-Um. That Isn't my am- I II Houses rented. g. .
1. R. '>. JOIlKliToN. realizing 'that a connecting highway bltiori.Dlckson. andTitles
B. D. WIENENUA Taxes paid ver- H
(Hvall IlrrktlrulltCoon. DR. ,
, W. i. Brsn, Hollcitor -l.umc.I.lnaDI. 141:1 I between the two larger cities of the -What la'Wlck80n I .g ified for non-residents. t ft .

KISSIMMEE FLORIDA _ state is one of the best things that -1 want to be rich enough IVETERINARIAN; Fire. Life and Accident Jinsurance. -' !;

Notice ot Executor tor Final could be given the people of Florida. her I own one to run It for a few STOCK TREATED FOR i Sit '.

Discharge. Looking at the possibilities> of *uch a weeks each season. ALL DISEASES I 4 Indemnity.Bonds. t.\

In Conrt of Ihe'Countv ;'udjr' ute ol Fiori.'.. roadway from other than the viewpoint Day Phone. 2lI7
In r.. ...t.... of M.rtb.A.7urLlDpo deceaeI. .- :.lIhl Phone 182 ORLANDO.! 7r/'V iF'1FYif'h'....tVrt1F9. ... '
Oftreola. county. of an autoist, it can be plainly seen : A"I" .J .j :
S.HU.BUROCK :o utl'8I.! bereliy g iven. M all wbnm It .a' that great results would accrue to the STILL HAVING FUN WITH HIM. ..
", concern that on the IlItb day of ...,{A. ItIWiV. N. L. BRYAN j i .t'I'
1'arkrr.. I chill Jniliceof apply ld"c: the"llunoiab.e an Judge ol"opf; country through which the road would! TJR. I iI

bale for a floul discharge! a. xmuu "t the pass. It needs only. the construction: I. (DENTIST .
citate of M.rtha A.: TurUnfion, doreaned : und
REAL ESTATE of such a road to draw hundreds of
that at the Mine time I will pr._Bt rnr dun.afMouulx .- I Z. BARAGERWALL
... .. .. .. of and ak for {Squires Building .
*%*.%* *** %** a executor ftald estate settlers to land that is now unoccupied, I I.
tb.*lr approval.Dated New York Avenue'
INSURANCEExamination November; loth, A. D. 1911.K O. and which is waiting to give to the en- j.\ ST. CLOUD :FLORIDA
l
; !: eeuOwr ergetic worker a return far above that' j
41lmf/mo
__ _. ____ __ __ __h I
- offered
in the colder sections of the
Titles IjK. J. W. MM I II' O-:' PAPER
of a Notice to Non-Residents. i iIn country. The roadway to Tampa would i

Circuit' ''"Ft. HTO ilh Judrflal "frt ult. OI be a commercial asset in that it wouldbe DKNI'lS'l.! Paper Hanging: and
Specialty. I 'cola I < 1 Jamch K.: !>..t;', Cotnplalnnnt. barlow Jor. < a great advertisement of Florida. ('i'biairs: in Kali building.tPFICB .
I I .!. Cbrl-N I.slmgber. and All Other l'.*r.rmiOmiiMrMf True its uses would be first seen by Window Shades etc. '
Solicited.FLORIST ' nti IntereMt the froperty. In 1 hi. HOURS.- t If a. m. to 12 m. ."
Correspondence I the autoists but the the J -= _
I Ihll V" rnHsl O"'lId"Oh. as years pass I I l:3utoS:3iMJ.: : ni. '.
It apls( | -arn'g \by, ftmdavlt appended" ,, to the 1.1.1 automobile is becoming the vehicle of Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. IvrJK. Barlow's Horse and
It .-<11II UK* nlxtve ttfMl <-.u..* that Charl I
j Ju y an'l, J Chart* liHuher, the tI"rH.lat' ( universal use. No longer is it the rI'1 Cattle Powders and
.. thr..in imtiit d.ant non rvKj. .lnti of the ?M.LC W. W. CARSON:
of
chariot/ the rich. It has become a
) tit M'triUa, and whams renideure. it unknown Poultry Food. : : :
.nd that that/ are over the age of! -hl >enr.: i"I'< I factor in all conditions of life. Therefore ,.- ;
I 'ihi-rffxr tjr'ler"l that uh t """.r..II"OI deft DENTIST:
U'lniit-he ar d they arthrn't'\ r*.,julrc I 1'I.ur| to (he hill, ot ff.inpl.lnl: IlU-1 In aid all classes. Office NKW; YORK AVE. .
., over Cole Jewelry!Store
Cut Flowers and Floral De- i < * A. 1 U r12 others"tnf the ml-mllon. of K.ii The day has passed for commercial : :Office ]Hours: H-15, 1-5
signs for all occasions. 1 billll, I ttakn HH Ojnfe 43-1 1 )hJ' .MU, lU-fend' -
Ullth', strife between Jacksonville snij Tampa. f JlA.Office phone 15H St. Cloud Fla.
Potted Plants and Roses a I jt.- furih.T ordi'teij that thin order )*. pn)". Residence E 2ttP : ,
I iNhfl. our N ",H specialty.
t in I'''- Valjr I|I''in ..,'. "ii in\ and, I<,,,,e.I DERUYSII1RE.IM. D..
Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL I'hispril Mil/ *U' has its peculiar advantage, me head feels light doncher know. 1fd,
i I (-"a. It '.. JOHNHT' K, which cannot be taken : Each Daisy-Indeed' 1 supposed that \I
away
i Clerk I irciilt ourt.XV .
1 I J. "kjirh Kfiilcitnr for Conii'lainant, .IbM, has its rfatural attractions which grow I erfsatlon was *o common with, you Special attention given to the -
.. ._ that you had ceased to notice it. treatment of Women
-- -- - - ----- -- and
larger as the cities spread outward. :i

J. W. THOMPSON 1 Call for Republican County With a hard-surfaced road extendingthrough | Children. 1 }Kenneth p. ButIe ,

I the state from Jacksonville to j WHAT, INDEED Office over Citizens Bank. PRONE 184

Convention and Precinct 'Tampa, hundreds of tourists would be 24-3mospd
4
y I attracted to Florida and the highway'' I

FUNERAL DIRECTORand Meetings. 1! would be another link in an extensive '; r. A. VANS AGNEW W. CRAWFORD BARBER SHOP

,h.. Republican precinct m.-..tlnir. wit! .be I: system which will eventually cover the II | VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD
!b..ltl lu Ihs elalit preclude of Oceola l01l1) I 1I'
whole Florida must have
oti May I'. r..IJ. to elect. delegate to the < ounConvention. : country. more ATTORNEYSAT.LAWOfflr
'Y Each precin'-t I. """tI..1 to and better roads. The construction of :' Cold Drinks & CigarsKissimmee |
lICENSED EMBALMEK one delegate I for( ash ten Republican voter
pr ..vnt wbo: will pledtfe thmniielve i to aopportthe | | 1 a Jacksonvi le-Tampa highway would II i _: :M-S-C Citizens llank llulUIIng/ ::1
Republican ticket or nominee In the Novernier : Kissimmee *
next elnction.' Precinct" not netidliiKrejircMf be the best step that could be taken. | Florida Fla.

ntallveti, oDe deleirate. will 'be appointed I It should be pushed to a certain and' ,
"y lie uhalrmnn oftb. Countx Kxecutiic: -
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Oppofit Courthouse Committee. rrwjltict meetliiK wlil l ulHorhnofceou I successful conclusion.! 1 1I J. I. MOON H. n I.EHIII'
member for (.'OUOI, ofnmittce Burl onH'ldltiuMal .. '
mfink for i....h IOU qimll( lug ]lie.Publkau ,I I 1
v Mmdinic m..mbtor.one will be .PIH.ln'M bjr the i
KISSIMMEE: : FLORIDA ( halimanur (I'ountr Exefutlte Cominltt Hi.. I ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice
There will bo held tl 10'. loml. Florida a I TITANIC. 1 ISprigg
Republican ountjr' c'nv""UOII on July IHth 1 1IfiLl. FlemingCLEANING
) to nomlnat a coufitl ticket, aD" trannaft Oh, beautiful, proud Titanic. StateJBank Building
such other bunjncan. m.y Como before Ih"eou."nllolL Queen of the Sea. Kissimmee. Florida

$ b lor $2 per Acre per Month W. I. VAX DUZOK. As you sailed from Old England's barb ,
Chairman Count/ Exccn'lr* lttee. F. KRIBBSATTORNEY --. .
JOHX L. PiiKRie.:. r G PRESSING ?

B.,," "..'01'4 c.l.rr farM, Flowing artaataa J8-t HerreUnr County Kxeoutlvn Committee. Did you pause O ''Ship and ''wonder< :. 6l AT LAW KISSIMMEE. FLA. DYEING sod
wall .a aral ., ooda.::oH.:proven dUtrlct.I What your. fate might be? I _<;,,. .{ t,.. ".i 1'I.I. 'ice .A'Y"\I.! \ '{VI.(, REPAIRINGLeave '
.o iatareat, watar aad rail tn..porta11oa. '" "" .," 1,''!*V' ,[ '{\' "' ;" S 'I; '.' Examination: of Titles alSp . I'J',
FOR RENT-A modern
.* Oar liberal contract: allow alx 3-room flat, Thou grand and stately Titanic, claly. '
l.r-: oat Tltla BoA S o.. .. with all city conveniences. Apply to of the Sea. Marlon-Caroline says she paid $18a Notification' and payment'of taxes of
Ha 44.iyr W. B. Harris. Gazette office. tf Queen dozen for those photos of herself. 'non-residents given careful word at my house and clotheswill
As you sped o'er the treacherous ocean attention. hecalled ior and returned.
Maxlne-But they don't look a bit
into the absurd notion
Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine Beguiled like her. -

No doom could really befall thee. Marlon-Qf course not. What do DOBEKT G. JOHNSTON Satisfaction GuaranteedICisslmmee's -
Company has accepted the forth
i 1 Two tnings which farmers raise, agency I
either of which read backward indicates Cartercar, one of the most wonderful I Oh, where art thou, Peerless Titanic, you suppose she paid $18 forT

the other. cars of the age, and will in a few I Fallen Queen of the Sea.: ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE

d" days have a shipment of these cars on And the hundreds of grand heroic men NO BIGAMIST L. :McCA: =JLISTER: : : :::

hand which they will take pleasure in You promised faithfully to befriend
FLORIDA :: : ,
bowing to all. 15-tf From dangerous ice and stormy sea?
'T.I Well' Driller t vIs

jL: Small Farm for Sale. Brave ship, of the Northers Atlantic, Late LOUIS Counsel O. MAH1EY for T. PICTON Judge Nations honor thee Florida R. R. Cotnm.: Criminal Court prepared to drillARTESIAN

No. 4JH-Ten acre farm, located three '
Thy Band-"Nearer My God to Thee.t'Thy JI VTASSEYI& WARLOW

_mile. from postofflce, under new hog- destiny, !great Ship no one could WELLSin

proof wire fence two-room cottage, foresee "" ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOSAT
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fine artesian well of water, 2-HO\ feet Yet, from your deep silent grave a -I 4o LAW any section of Florida jj
Practice In all the Courts of the Rut and of '", -'. -
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between five and six cleared
deep acres lesson will be. the United. BtaUa. also before the V lurid. Rail.
75 head -of poultry and furniture in road Commbwion. and th. Interstate Commerce Ten ;years ot successful Well -

I r the house goes with the place; all for Farewell, majestic' Titanic oY Communion.11-H CHARLESTON" BUDO. Drilling; Is a Guarantee of my -
1 1l ORLANDO. FLA.
Peace Thee.In Ability to produce the best
terms of
$000; on part purchase priceif 114 1 yr '
I desired peace rest the dear martyred loved 1 results. A

: : JOHNSON ,....
l S4tt H. M..Breaker.& Co. ones i ANDREW .q -
'! Of those who escaped the catastrophe. TWO AND FOUR INCH ,

,. PORK-KKOfIf A Town. Alas I-to remember-Queen of the Sea. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW WELLS A' SPECIALTY
Dry ,
Will.Practice in all Courts
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-MRS. HELEN PERDUE, Kissimmee, '
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pleased you'd be with the In the Christian Endeavor news notes Fla.. April 21, 1912. Office1' adjoining State and Federal P. 0, Box :<<4' 1':

'. sent out by the state is the . Broadway
secretary,
Meat You buy- I -.- Citizens Bank Kissimmee X1es1JD.Jnee.: : Florida

fi ''Tr.t de'.Here following comment with reference to In memory of the ill-fated Titanic

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Kisummee: hundreds of human 4. -- ..
and the who
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beings ---- -
r. H. NK1 a. B.WOOURAH ------ ,
r : For Beef to roast or Pork v One of the many. papers reaching our : went tn. the bottom of the Atlantic:

",to fry'Trade'- office is the >monthly edition of the I ocean April 14, 1912.' Her Fatheit-You must remember, JENKINS &' WOODHAM --
,
y American Issues the organ of the International sir, that we only have one daughter
Here !
i Her Suitor-Well-I-er--er--only The
t ) Anti-Saloon League. In the : Big Bargain In a Home. SURVEYORS Florida Grower 1

It Beef and Pork, our leading : number for May We note that a Baptist want one, sir.
crop .
Splendid six room house just Inside
new Kissimmee Florida
minister' Kissimmee Affirms that in Yortruckedaoditaltgrew.ra. For
.-' ,; You'll find us always on/the hop; ; city limits, fine deep well, lot contains I Jolk. who want to know about Flor )1
that city there have not been either ida. Weekly l.uo per veer month
Scrupulously? clean-we use the disorder or Drunkenness, with a veryfew two acres of ground, good, new A CHOICE OF TERMS. I iy. 2'.o. Hend Kto fll..Ien ....".trial I, ,
We'have barn wagon and buggy sheds, and all aubnorlptlon. Snappy, e.......CUan.
mop-- exceptions since Jan. 1.
3 under good! new" fence. Fine locationfor THE FLORIDA OROWER ej
loyal Endeavorers In Kla.lmmee. and The Home
"? .: Trade' Here ', know personally that they are helpfulto small truck garden or poultry ranch. I BOO Florida Avs..., Te.PIt..Fla. 1.. : ..

This is a fine proposition, where you
: the cause of temperance and morality -

RULL BASS of their city and Osceola county.A will have the freedom of the country, Bakery Man -

great many workers over the state yet close enough: to enjoy all the advantages ---

t. MARKET are glad to hear good things said of the of the, city, such aa splendid high desires to thank the citizens -

? friends who entertained the state convention school best markets. churches etc. and visitors for their GOI'JJREHBItB '

,. In AprilNo. Price $1,500.24tf patience during the rush for IS A GUARANTEED ellltBDon't
H. M. Breaker & Co. Bread. In future we will
be dliflirurad by an aiulahtlr GoItre on
J'I I ;
- --- have a larger of neck
variety goodson your that will anraly' keep Ineraaalna In airs '

I Modern Home for Sale. 472" -Truck farm. This propertyadjolns Take Down That Sign.To hand. I and tom cauu......n..choking.or later and other unpleasant lymp.
the limits
city just outside Hot Rolls Cream Biscuit HALL'S OINTMHNT"

} ., No. i6 -New modem 6-roora house. where you' will not tnive+ to pay city the Intermittent advertiser- whois and' Bread (white and brown) After you havetridev.. Stay' ...C.alee...... bare

located on Emmett street, one block taxes. contains 6k acres, fine flowing, addicted to the summer complaint of for Breakfast ever heard of then you will appreciate. iron the real

:4, west of court bouse. Electric lights: well,.splendid soil and in high state of i pulling his ad out of his town paper Cream Puffs, Monday and merit of this to.........ady.. don; It.not.la ootor perfectly the akin harm or woes lew.convenient ..

i 'batfc.. tolled and lavatory. Lot 147ix cultivation. Can. be bought at a bargain simply because business has let down Thursday 'and oftener any dlaeomfort whatever, and we guarantee that '
one application will
141t test 'Several--young--orange! -sawl price Including present growing J and he,"'m, .L cut aomewhereL"we ask: JtcalledJon. Suits than moth produce.treatment Mora with Acton any other Re.

''grapefruit tree in' the This ojf. Why not take in sign the .Don't apeitd any more money ferworth .- +
yard. -
crop, on.easy.terms payment. We your ; during :.. .....-T.'rr-- Also variety of Cakeson leaf lee." but Send BO Ceata for a Paca-
r property ,. la located in. tile very beat will introduce you to the owner and :you summer? It might !get wet. The privilege "r': a I i "H"II'..01.....t." andlf you do not:

resident ,I section' -of the city 'close to can'deal direct with him. This property of taking out "regular ad is juat't.a. Q hand at. all find*., it aMd.the you can remedy return. of the the kind empty that paekaiw>.ou haveer and

', '.. court 'boose .postofflce .and business 'la desirably,located splendid soil and same as storing away your sign for .Miss 'Rather-Have you congratulated time I.. **.*W'JI* having refund Larce your.Ooltr.......,.*. of M.Lose especially 8ta.Invite dl.. "i

.I section.' Price $8.700.: Term. on part. a money maker.! fear someone ,may find out yoji're In our hostess on her birthday' ALFRED-SMITH togive this remedva. trial. Bend sliver or P.O.
: ",. "Hr.M, BRC"AKEB & business..'Orlando Citizen. Miss Cl.Y_No; I have condole Order:remedy will be sent by mail. \ 1 '.
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GROwR'tSEdltorla j CHURCH DIRECTORY r' "
Small Tracts for

The :Waters & Carson : t' . ,

Comment" Clipped From the $BAPTIST '
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Columns of The Florida I '

Grower." t A. J. Holt, D. D., pastor Suburban Home" .

:t /;; Grocery' Sunday-; -
Company ''
: The fanners in. California are pray j Bible School 9." a. m. .?_ ; "

.,)'h I., tog for rain. All train crops are suffering Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.151p. m.- w
.., '+ t much. The are still ,
""l', -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In- brown,very and the_cattle can hardly find j Communlon-ir2d B. Y. B. U. 6:45: Sunday.p. m.; . We pave, just a quarter mile from Here is an opportunity C; to get a very Ei

: : I feed ''in the pastures. Of course, all the city'limits, on hard marl road a valuable piece of1 land where i
: :: Monday-(after 3rd'Sunday).. one can
:T : GROCERIES vegetable alfalfa fields and
gardens
under'Irrigation :I Woman's Miss. Union=Devo. a j. m. beautifully lying tract of land containing make enough money to more than pay'for .
,, \
citrus orchards are
'I" I 10 acres owned by a Michigan man It before It is all due. '
Wednesday; -(afUr lit Sunday) !
/ system, and' are not suffering.. There : It i II ,
t.in: " splendid land for citrus fruits
;. also
/ baa been less than three inches' of Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3 to op m We have eight beautiful east-front
good for trucking and farming; gootf
rain since- last May. Thursday lots In Eureka Addition,on Rolfe street
>l soil, lying practically level not difficult'to :
,
r > v WE. SELL WE BUY' Prayer meeting:00 p...m. ; and B acres adjoining the lots'on the,
put .in cultivation. Would make
The weather has. been freakish. Visitors always welcomePRESBYTERIAN a t'
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west. The land II all in 'cultivation
'HAY' Since the very cold wave of late December fine home.. Price $GOO cash. '
: : HIDES fenced and 'cross-fenced; good bam, .
the weather has been' very
'";!, GRAIN hot at times. Now comes another cold I We also have 6 acres of land In Pine corn bins chicken house; etc. An Wear
FURS I dale that is cleared, fenced and place for' with
wave and a temperature of 24 above S. S. Snyder, pastor. cross a magniflcrat home
I FERTILIZERS - .1 zero 1 la again reported at San Benar- Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. S fenced all in cultivation. Just ready forplanting school and church privileges, and an,

SHINGLES WOOL dlno, which Is In the heart of the Nelson, superintendent. out to orange grove and farm excellent place to grow a fine grove.
southern California orange belt. Church ing. Would make' fine home, Where A beautiful view of the town and lake '
AND Service 11 a. m. and 7.30 P.m.
ORANGE BOXES Christian Endeavor 6.45'p. m. you would have the advantages of free 'from this property.; We want. to.introduce
Florida has been'' especially favored county high school the the and
ALL Prayer and Bible Thursday 7.30p. good churches purchaser to owner
ORANGE WRAPS ; this season. Plenty of rain to make .m. study, splendid markets, etc. This Is highland give you an ''opportunity; to get a magi> '.
the "season.." No danger of spring good drainage healthful niflcent location. *"J 4-
,. COUNTRYr Visitor exceedingly i
VEGETABLECRATES drouth. Not an orange touched by moat cordially;Invited toall beautiful location.
frost The beet flavored and Juiciest services We also have PARK GARDEN: We have a fine

; .,. CRATE; NAILS PRODUCE fruit in years, and with less competition a 5-acre tract, unimproved, adjoining tract of l land in Park Garden that contains -

' t' than usual. The bloom this year this tract that we can sell for $60 per 10 acres. It Is all cleared and In

) / promises to be the heaviest ever. METHODIST. acre, if one wanted a larger tract. cultivation fenced with hog wire fence
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. Providence Is holding it back, so that Ii. T. Gaines.pastor.: ; ;
the
near lake. This is most excellent
No. 21.We have, just threefourthlof a
We give special attention to fitting out hunting"and camping there will be absolutely no 'danger of Overstreet Sunday School at'9:45 a. m.-J. L. a mile from the city limits a fine pieceof property"ready for business. -
superintendent
cold?
damaged by '
Its being
parties. tract of land containing .30 acres, in Will sell for small cash payment'giv
services 11 and 7:30p.
limits. Phone No. 12. Preaching a. m., Pinedale about ing one to ten ;years on the balance' ,.r ,
Free delivery in city What are the prospects for next gne-third of which Is 1
W9 are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular year In California With so much of Junior m. League 2 good citrus fruit land and the balance with 6 'per cent Interest on deferred
m.
p.
the wood of the trees Injured, the l Is splendid rich muck land, covered with/payments. This excellent land and I
and prices on fertilizers.SUMMER. Senior League Wed. 7:30 m.
p.
bloom must be light and the crop per cypress timber. We believe there Is not of the ordinary' kind: Will guarantee ,
tree much smaller than It would otherwise Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m. more than twice enough timber on this flowing well. We want to talkto

have been. Still Californiawill Holy communion ever lit Sunday. 'cypress land to pay for the land-and you about this. '
have fruit enough; don't figure it You! are cordially invited to each of after It is #
had these services. cleared it is rich muck soil, We have several city; properties ranging -
If this crip
year's
any other way. would have seen the best of farming and trucking land. in price from $750 to $2500, and can,
we
all been shipped -
considerably In excess of 50,000 cars Can be had for $30 per acre on terms of suit any reasonable minded person who, i

,FERTILIZINGSize going to market. -The northern section CHRISTIAN.A. $:iJO per year for 6 years, with 6 per desires to locate in the best part of the,

of the state 1s coming forwardas M. Chishcjjjn/ pastor. cent interest on deferred payments. State of Florida.

a producer;; this coming season Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Qualify Early MaturitySend may see 10,000 cars' of citrus fruit Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell _-_n_-___

for our latest free book shipped from the heretofore unimportant superintendent; J, H. ]Harris, assistant .
belt known as "northern California superintendent.
NELSON REALTY
COMPANY
THE PAYING GROVE' ,'* but In reality the south central Christian Endeavor every Sunday ;
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of the state, that section lying
part evening at 6:00'p m.
It tells the HOWS and WHYS interesting to a citrus In Tulare county, of which Porter Prayer meeting and choir practice ev- Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA. ; s

full description of vile, Lindsey and Exeter are .the prln" at 7.15 .
grower at this season. It also gives ery Thursday p. m.EPISCOPAL.
clpal cities. .
.... our fine line ofFruit I

and Vine Formulas. I CELERY CONDITIONS.The $3.2 '
Kev. David D. Kidd, rector.
Ideal Fertilizers and Ideal Methods have made demand for celery Is very Services every second and fourth Sunday ,

the banner crops of the State. I heavy. Assistant Sales Manager Decks at 11KX: a. m. '' .
roan of the Florida Citrus Exchangesays Communion 2nd Sunday at morning FROM KISSIMMEE--; ;;

WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. I ; "There Is a great call fOr cel- services. ::; a; '
from all over the country. We 1'
ery --- -TO- --- I9
Manufacturers of are even having Inquiries from Texas Guild meeting every first Tuesday.

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IDEAL FERTILIZERS Itself a celery-raising state. From

Jacksonville Fla. the big cities of the middle west, the Splendid Residence Lot. JACKSONVILLEr
y" call Is constant and Increasing.

"The Eastern seaboard cities can- No 463-Fine, large, vacant corner

not get enough for present wants. lot, 80x1471 feet, close to lake. Splen- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19THVIA ,
There appears to be no hold over did location good neighborhood. We

stock In storage anywhere In the are offering this large lot at the very "

I country. The California crop was low price of $400 cash. H. M. Breaker
light, and has been badly damagedby
& Co. 16-tf ATLANTIC COAST
frost In fact, Florida seems to LINE
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& SON be IT In the celery deal as well aa l a
S. S. BUZZA In oranges. I Honda Maps.

"We are having no trouble at all In Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley Tickets !good on' all regular trains.

Cement and Concrete getting all orders we can fill for fancy Gazette office a pocket map of Florida -FInal '
limit Juna.22d. r
celery 6 dozen per crate and larger i
... will be mailed to any;,address in the '' .' ,
at $3.50 for Manatee) crates and $3.26 i, "* '. ', ; ,. > w4--vv .ffy
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Work of all ,Kinds for the smaller size.: Choice celery of United of States.Osceola We county can at also tl each furnish and 'y'N.1(; .'. \ For. tleke', ,or retervations'call.on'. f'v,1.." V'-i/,'!'? "'",5. 'S'vl''f'J'ir'E1 "'' \ '

smaller size, when rightly packed, mara sectional ' ""t"fA'\ ''' ';' \ 1 '''' 1''''Mlffl.VH If
SPECIALTY glad to,estimate on maps W5cr1Gllb ;, cketAgent Klla\mmee. or' ,
A ,
4" :. SIDEWALKS sells for $2.715 and $3. The quality of of anv kind. : Y, R. BEAZLEYTraveling "" ', ." .'" .1 '. .' J; G. KIRKLAND q''
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Mabbette Street the Florida celery this year is the Passenger Agent Div. Passenger Agent '
58 ..
Residence Phone best ever Just 'now the shipments Tampa.-Fla. '

Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave. are light, owing to the cold weather A Five-Acre Farm.A .

I which Interferes with the bleaching." I A farm in Pinedale with good

"Buyers are here In quantity.! The fence and cleared, for N3OO. with easy
efforts of the Exchange In standingfor payment. K. D. Waring & Co. 16-tf NEW MANAOEMKNr Y

George N. Saunders high prices for the growers has CFNTRALHOTFLUNDIIA I Tuttle and Thos. FoutsProprietors.
Into line and
brought the buyers Good NewsWe _
BOAT BUILDER the)- are now offering prices that are i
In line with Exchange prices It Is have secured few 5 and 10 RATES
a acre : $1.60.!) C2.00 and $2.60 PER DAY-AMERICAN PLAN,, '. '
the same with potatoes. We are not tracts of the finest fruit and truck t
Agent for'Ferrd'aad uE lll." Engine handling many potatoes, but did agree lands within half a mile of the city Hot and Cold Bath. Electric Lighted Homelike and Cheerful aka
-M4 rmiE ....1....Fin. WtafultlMr__ to handle a car load for a Wauchula limits) which we can offer at the very ,
K1SSIMMEE We had sold the car for low price of $50.00 per acre. Kis- }
FLORIDAThe grower. '
TMC CMOfMI, rear> MAtTKMCO MIAOAIIA simmee is expanding so rapidy these .................................... .
him at $5.60 a barrel f. o. b., whena lands will soon be almost in town and _. .......'......,................... .

buyer who had been offering $4.60a will be worth many times- the prices I WHAT IT MEANS! -. ,' ,, 'f'.'''
barrel, boosted his price to $3 cash, asked today. Do not go miles into the ; : .

amLgot. the goods, we Belui out the. country for small tracts at any price j Many pbpl do not know what Bank's Capital 1 H for,or tba dlff ar--*'b.-'.1 l ."
ROLL BASS MARKETBeardea expense of our: wires and having to- while you can Kefsiich aslheseTaVthlslpricev .e;-twee.sk.f1444iforaseap4Mt.a. -_ -with..#l oapHaiT sore---- -
ourselves with the jobber who Soon there will be no such A'BANK'S CAPITAI/AHO SUBPLOT \oj* ff
square opportunities u this, as all near-by i I.tba land that prot cu the depositor nom loa. thr,for Use lags U '1. try
,
agreed to buy the potatoes. We were lands will be gathered up. The quantity t Greeter protMtloo the d.poatton bar. Ibis bank baa a .. . ? eiii
Building: One Block from Depot thrown down In spite'of the fact that is limited and 'will soon be taken. Capital ...........................,:....,.....:$ \OOOOO ',;t]
mix in the Surplus' '
if we had not been up Other lands a little nearer in,. but e. DO. i..
no fcKMkhoW.n'! &: ...,,......,...... .....i 80.0UO 00 -,@ u 'b
FreshFJ rfd of nil kinds. deal the cash man would have gotten better, have recently sold at one -iJr;
.....'..,.......... ...... '
MEATS] E I the goods at $4.60." hundred dollars per acre and some. havea A tola! of. . .: 1127. 00 00 :'j ,
and Western > > This Is one Incident that shows prohibitive price. cant.This This meant yrotcoMon that we la mat lor t YOU.lose 125000.00 before- our reM' l l.a, 's.'. .;,'
24tf H. M. & Co. .
why the Exchange Is not anxious to Breaker: ::

POULTRY. EGGS. FRESH FISH handle product other than 'citrus STATE BANK, OF KISSIMMEE' :",.. r

.. fruits for any ether organized associations. A Parable.And -ors .

Special Attention to Phone Orders and FreeDeliver'y'to So many are willing to use I Kia. .iiMiviKac.: : .*...O..D.., r'CJ.
the Exchange ladder to get to the top It came to:pass that after he A. CARSON JOHX M. L B'' '11 ,'
part of the_City. Phone 189 a, ota80N' !
any
had his there
goods came President .
of the wall with, only to kick It aside advertised s VlM-Praatdant Caahl..' :

with contempt when' they have attained qnto him treat multitudes from all the ..jm.m.WM..nmMmmmMm......a..m%..m._%._......._.% %m{{%%_l .-< '
the desired position. "Seto- regions found about and did buy of him. *

chunips which means "What fools And when his competitors saw it they

these mortals be." marveled among themselves, 'saying:

DOZIER:.lmBED'S[ :. I iNSUBflJIGE. jlGEflCY HONEST PACK. v "How loaf be idly it that about this our man doors is busy?"; whilewe And .+++++*.' .+..' +. .. ....>..+....., ,


The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency; Osceola County; he spake unto them: "In this tut age: EMIL MACH ERNEST.M.trCH. .
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honest pack U the only one --. .
An Act ltta.d.r4 at '
of push and rustle it Is easier for a
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT
HEALTH "
that pays, The"time has passed whena
PHONB 118 3U camel to enter the eye of a needle than Ii
grower can put his best truck o>l 14ACIH: EROS. Ji:;
top with poor trash on the bottom: for a merchant" to flourish without ad-

and get away wtth It The buyers vertising.

laugh at such fool, tricks. Until a Z Livery, Feed and: Sale Stable ::

... grower or packer has established Splendid Investment. _

himself so that buyers; know they Z Agt. International Harvesting Co. '.
CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE can depend upon his bland, all goodsare No. 466.-It certainly is exasperating '.

Inspected on arrival. Don't be an to seejan opportunity; of making big p T .T = :t-rCS: : ::aEA.: .VY :F3AtT>rINGF. 'i
I Too often the grower or the '
3d ostrich. quick money.fand then not be able to
1910
Organized April
packing house manager thinks he l Is take hold of It. W. cadet buy all the Everything new and first class. We.render prompt and ,
DEPOSITS the buyer when he Is only satisfactory service :
fooling good things we see, and we are willing day or night. .
April 2.d. 19 tO. H1.SOO.OO playing a Joke on himself SJr his grow to pass them along to our friends. ONE ;
Oftentimes association managerswill HAL'"BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT : s
Dec. 31st BIO. SI2O.344.43 ers. Here's lureone-llS all .
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3l.. 1911,172,26O,28 Mr. Burton of the Florida T '
Dec. t call up Klssimmee Fla. Phone 'Tr .
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Citrus Exchange explain to him whata ready for sale In five and ten acre f
To entrust your banking business tone means thatfyou will receive. has. How much tracts, located within 1J( miles,of our "
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fine car of fruit ...
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every consideration consistent with good sound conservative banking. can Mr. Burton get for It? Gets offer passenger: depot, on and in'close proximity ,

- UO"EO W.A.- Cashier at good: price. Car received and ; to1'the best hard road in Osceola .. ,
SMITH
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nothing like what represented. Turned county. We are offering this tract in a

Directors: A. E. Donegan, Pres.,.H.M.| Pfann let V. P., down Manager fooled Mr. Burton body; at a very; attractive price. No

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rI, . 11',11 All I :': . . n ... '." . !. '' . . 8emloolr Land' kLot's Farnla0'I.. r 2.ETLott '
lAU 2. 0. 4. ''I', 8 BIII,262, . . . . 8enunole' Laid & co.. . .. 1.0111.n$ 1 Ilk 278 : . . . . . . . 131a1ch. A )[ 2.81 .
r.r. Inv Ca. . .r. 20. 'U'Lot 1), 2. !1 II 4;; e. 7, 10. 11, 12113, 10. 18..J. Inv t h. .08..83 : and 111; . . . ..u. . C..v. 1. ..
111 JlIJeoJiJ2. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. Bmlth L v: . . 1,40 111. 211. 2.1. Y4 Bk 22.. . . . . ... 0 .... 'Semlnol.. Land A' Lot I Ul 213 ult..271'. . .. . . . .. ; .l. lalon.!. l Land A, ."
L' Lola 1. :I.J,4.. G., Go' 1, 8. O. 111. 21 0111 163 'emlnol4'' Land & luv Ca. . . . 113.1 Lots 1.22.23 2" . .. ..'f! . :' . Inr CO. . . . '4,66, '
.forCo . 44.1'1' II-ora II, M 12 u. 16. ::18. 1'1, .jl. :\
Lot 10 mil 16:1: . . .". . . . . . . . . . ! .),.n''. 6, 7. 8. 111, ,16. 1\\,. .20. Ill, 22. 23, 24 Selllnol Land A 20. :21, 22. 23. 24 11k 276.5 loo Co. . . . 20.21 ,
ilk 164 . . . . . . . .lu ?.. u/.t. RrmIUoIe' Land & Lola ::1/,4, 7. II, 111. 16. 20. 21. 23. 24 ,4" Jiir Co . . 30.48 unknown . .. . ,1.78 '
IllY Ca . . . 30.2M Bill :.. . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . Lot 6 Jlk 2711 . . . .. . .. . .. . ... . Unkunknown . ., ... 1.11
Lou t. 5. UI, 16. III 20 2t. 22, 23, :4 8emlnolA Land AJ.ot. 0 2111 . .. ; . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13
1.1111 1(111 : . . . . ,. . .. . . . . . . . Hrlnleole. Lend 11' 10, 19131k 224 . . . . . .r. . 10. Co.: . . 21.81 Ink 16 131k 2111 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown I.and "
Inv . . . . '' Iola. 8. 4. 8. 15. 16, 10. 20. 2a, 24 Blk 2211 Lo081e7, F L.S"8; ,. 6 .11 Lota 15, 21, 22. 23. Ilt 278. . . . . . .Ke"lnolp O. . . . G.S1
6 0 : . . . Srminnlr' Land & liemlnol :
4. 1',22.2:1,24 lille 166. . . .
Lo\a Inv Co. . . . 13.83 .t 11 I11k 22". . . . . . . ... . . . u.1ow-'o.; : : : : : : : 13.00IA : Lot 1 Dk 216 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown: Ianel ." 1.78
l.o.a. 1 2 R. 4, 6. 6. 1, 8. 10. 20. 21. 22. 12 III" 22 1 . . . . . ... . . . . . 1.00tol lot 13 UI 217 . . . . . .. . . . . Ielllinolp . . . . 2.03 t
23. :24 IIIk. 167 . . . . . . i. . , : . Hrminolr land & 11 11111 :t.1i . . . . Unknown ..a 1.90d _.1 n A. . . 1.TI '
inv ('0. . . . 21.23: LUI H. 1l.12: 11, 14 111k'227' . . . . . 1TtmloooLDtn0LI1ao I Otl lot 1 pit 27H . . I'n""owo IJlon. . . . 1.1a
All Dill 1118 . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Hrndnolr I.aod & . . . .. lot 1: Ik 278 . .1 Rrrno, . . 1.18
i Inv ('0. . . . 311. R4I.oL lot "llIk 227 . . . . . . . . . . . : E'I: Co. 7,782'J8 Lot II I" :t7M. . ron ... . . .
II Bill 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . flelllioolp band & All 111.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' :3a.emlemlnolo. . ". 1.07. lot 2Ikk2278: . . . . . . . . . . . .. Unknown. . . . 1Utmlap T8
10. Co . . . 1. li1 $ Land Lot 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Iota 23 and 24 IIlk 100 . . . . . . . . "n/lrnn./ 0..0 W. 0.01'1l.ota Lola 1\:\ and U'III11 220 . ., . . . . . 8emlnoCo: : :; .and" .. 2T.6 1.01 11 . . . . . . . . . . . emleolr D .nd". .". 1.18
. . Lot 22 Bill 281 . . . . . . . . . . . .
7 rod II 111. I1IJ . . . ; . . . . . .___ "_ IanUrch( 1\ 4.21): . . . I.TI
'd lot 19 11111 17fJ . . . . . . . . . . . 1'0010'0' . . . .1111 Lot I 111k. 2211 . . . : . : : . .. . . ". . ]::owc..o" ,. .. ., ., ,. 2,30 Inv Co.C . . 1..2
lat 1.U.: lilt nil . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown! . . . .1117 Lot 2 141k' 2:111: . . . . . . . . . ? U . 1.20 1'26 Lot II nk 281 . . . : . . . . . . . . rA\h.. 1.. . . 1.42
lot 7 81" 17:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . ".'n nose Land & Lola 9. 10. 2:1: 111k. 2:10: . . . . . . . . eemholole. i.;. .d"kIA I.ot 1 282 . . . . . ;. . . . . . l'okn"wI,, . . . 1.42
Inv Co. . . . 1.68 $ Lot 2 lilt 282 . . . . . . . . . . . .
l.otI IUk 172 . . . . . . .. . . . . . .10" s. ..JV. . . . 1.26 .. t nlk,2:10: . :. . . . . . . . . . Joy owc.o, : : : : : : : 8.18: Lot. 2 !ilk 282' . . . . . . . . . . . I'1lknow'o . . . .. 1.42
lot 13 RIk. 172 . . . . . . . . . . . . N'Itldrra/foon/ ; S(7. 1.2" JAIL : 2..I!' . . . . . . . . . . . . U . . . 1. U i.otNRlk 28'4 . .. .. . . ? , . . WIlm..o.l. .C.. . 1.42
Lot 141)1k 1T2 . . . . . . . ..... . . 13'Iddrrqu.nnMary 1.:0: Lot .8 Ilk ;2:40 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.26 Lot 19 BIk,28)) . . .. . . . . . . . 1'lklo.'o . 1.42
1.0' 8 III" 11\: . . . . . . . ..r.. . . Unknown . . . 1. 26 1..1.) 1.1. . . . . . Unkoown B. 1.:16: Lot 1.1 Uk :HII.; / . . .. . . . . . . . 1'lknown 1.42f
lot 6 Ilk 11:1: . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Lots 6. Ilk 14.II. 10. 10. 28 81k'231. . Haw or n Laod" . 1 .26 lot 11111.283. .. . . . . . . . . . Ilklowo . . . 1.42
w' lute G. 6. "R. III Dill 114 . . . . . . . .: H.nnloolr. Land 1. 21. tot Ilk 283 . . . . .. . . . . l'nknOWII : . 1.2
Inv ('n. . . . 3. A4 tot 0 IlIk 2\1:\ . . . JOy owc..o" ... .. f'I.tt Lot. 18 2113 . . . . . . . . . . . I'okno'n . . .
Lot 11 III" 114 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.26 11 I : : . . . . . . . . . . . U . . . Lo.I,2.61IktM., :; . . . . . . . "''ntnnJp l.and Aul '
Lots. a and 23!: 11111 1711 . . . . . ; . . tprnloolp land A: ,'. 17 Ilk :1:1 2i . . . . . .. 3MIHIthsmery 1'1 : : : : : : 2.64: ) Co. . . . 4.51.
lov CO. . . . 2.:16 IMta" .1 aod..M H" . . . . . . . . A IIJI Lot R'nl 21.. . . . . . . . . . . . . narrlno. C . . .
Lot 11 Plk. 174\\ . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.20 Lots 11. : Ilk. 2:1' . . . . . J. . Emery, A. ; . .. ot !' II" . . . . . . . . . . . Inkeown ; : 1.12: "
Lot 12 lilt 176 : . . . . . . . ... . . Unknown . . . 1.2/1 l. S 8ominole iS" .. ot / 284 . Mdall"I'I': L. 1.2
Lot. 11 HI" 1711. . . : . . . . . . .. unknown . . . 1.26Lot tot I Ilk' "..42 . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv Co. . . . 11.1 lot 1ilk 281 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : 'JI.II. '' IU
lK ilk 176 r . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1. 2ft lot. I .: : . . . . . . . . . . .. Un"nown . . . 1.20. Los 1. 2. 8. 4, 5. O. T. M. 10. 13. 14. 16.
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Lot 10 RIk. 1111 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1. 2/1 .I.l. I Ik 2:42:: . . . . . . . .. . . . Un"oown . . : 17.18.10 H" 211.. . . . . . . . . St'nlonl.I I I.aod "
q "1uts. a. 4. 1 IIl1t "'177 . . . . . . . . . tlplllinolp Land & Lot I Ik.. :232.I . ./. . . . . . . . . . Unknown . .. . 1 o. : . . 1.01
Inv ('0. . . . R.15 Le.t I. Blk 2:4.2;: . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 121. Lots II: 10. I 12. 1 : 14. 111. 16. 22
Lola 23 and 24 nlil 111 . . . . . . . . \,10..110", ]11. . . 2.00 I a 1. m.. 2.)3: . . . . . . Unknown. ; BIk. :t16 . . . . . . . . . . . .. !pllnnip Land "
Lot 11 III" 178 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.20 1.1 2.1. 1.111 Bmlnol. .Land. . & //OV e. . . 8.28
Lot181)1k17)1.' . . . . . . . . I'lIkno.'o . . . 1.211 i Lot 233 . . . ... . . . . . . .. .. .. 4.16i lot 1 nl 286 . . . . . . .. ... . . . .,. Uoknown 1.26 ,
. o Hk Bette. M. L. 1.26 2 2110 . . . . . . . . . . . . I'nkrnwn, : : : : : : :
Lot II !ilk 170.! ? . . . . . . . Rf'lnloolp Land Lot In 23.1. . . . . . . . Keller. B n. . . 1.26 lot Ilk 1.26
Inv C' . . . I.RI . . . . . . . ; Lot 280 Inlotl, L 1.26
L. Lute. lit and .0 2.14 I
iot II III" 179 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.57!' H" RenSloole Laud Iot fl U 280 : : : : : : : : : : : : : ; : : : : : : : : : : Unv1., 1' . : : 1.26:

Lot. 4 HIM 1111 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.111 ed 0 294 . . . . . . . . . . . . B.Inv eLo'A': : : : : 2.30 1.243: L.r. a. .. G. 1. 8. 9. 10. 1. 1. 1.
Lola 18 and 14 JlIII 1140) . . . . . . . . H..mlool" Land Lot. t6 Ilk 2.44 . . . . . . . . . . . J K. . 1.26 19, 24 II" :287 . . . . 8.'mtn..ir I I Land
1 Inv ('0. . . . R.oO Lot :tl RIk ':.14 . . . . . . . . . . . Iro.'o. . . . . I,..' Co. :. . .'. t3.88
1 Lot II mil IMO . . . . . . . . . . . . lnknnwn . . . 1'i1!' Lots 2..7', M. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 2a. 1 21 Lot. 22 B'k'' 2111 . . . . . . . . . . . Br9arnrr. 11 . . 10.61
Lot D ilk IMI . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1."T 24 : . . . . . . . . . . . . Land k Lra 1. 2. 4. 5. 10. 18" 10. 20. 21 111 21" Rrminoie, Land
Lot 111 11111 IMO . . . . . . . . . . . InfIH1F R. . . I.fi1 Jk 2:11 l.mlnol. 10.66 1 In. Co. . . .'. 1.118
LoU 8.11.12 Ilk. l"r . . . . . . . 101"1011..1. Land & Lot 2:45: . . . . . . . . . .. Unknown : : : : : : : 1.0: Lot 6 RIk. 211M . . . . . . . . . . . . r'I1m".1 . . . 1.28
I ? lily Co. . . . 6. ::111 Lot. II Jk 2 1 . . . . . . . . . . . J . 1. 26l.t lot. I I. 2. 1 : H. 21. :2 Rll 289. . . . 1'0/101/ < land A:

Lot 3 DIll 1111 . . . . . . . . . . . . Purn.'tl. .r JI. . L65Lot 20 nk 2.11. . . .. . . . . . . . . oknow.Unkno n .\. . ..0. . . 5.56
16 HI" JIll . . . . . . . . . . . ltrn'rN. II 1\1. . 2.1\4 Lot K I" 231 . . . . . . . . . . . . t.mlnolp! t. 126 l.ot 6. 7. 8. 11. 12. 1 :. H. 20. 21 131k. 2D 8rminol. Land AInv
I.otHIIJI..II1I.. . . . . . . . . . . . Wood..WII . . 1.IIIJ .LaC / Co. . . . 1.06
1..1.. 13. 10. 2/1. 224:\ 1)Ik. 1112. . . . . Rrminnlr Land r.t 2:1: Rlk : . . . . . . . . . Unknown" : : : : : : : lot" / 13 14 15. 18 ?' :?' 23
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Inv )0. . . . 1.96 led. I Hk.2\: . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emlnolp Land l 1)Ik 'o/l : :. . . : . . 1111001.. Land "

Lot 21 Bill 1M2 . . . . . . . . . . nlalr. F: 1\1. . . I.tllJ Loy Co, , I '0. . . 8.28
Lots. 8. 16. 16. 24 nil IIH . . . . . . . Hprnloolp Land Ie r.n'' 2:11: . . . . . . . . . . . . Mmt A.: : : : 1.51 Lot. I 1111k 2/1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1 .26
Inv Co . . . 10.30 ] / Hk . . . . . . . . . . . lJoknowo.y . . . / I lot. 2 Ilk 21t . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown " 1.28
Lot II DIll 184 . . .. . . . . Ray. J M. . . . 2.85 lot 21 1 Jlk) 2:1 2:1 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1/17. lot 4 Ilk 211 . . . . . . . . . . . .II""ro. 3Ym . 1.28
Lor. 1. 8. 11, 12. U. 16. 19. 2021.2. 1..1. I. 1/1./ 20. 21. ;2 Bl...' 2311. . . 8emlnole Land 11.01 11 Jil< 211 . . . . . . . . . . . Nrwmnn. J W. . 26
23. 24 BII 11m . . . . . . . . . . . Flpmlooll' Lend Ie Inv . 8 ..60r.b I..r Lola 24 Jlk : . . . . . . . . . . . I Unknown . . . 1.
Inv ("0. . . . :1/1.11/ LOIN I. 2. I. 1. U. U m.. 2:10: . . . . . Seminal< Land" . I 12 18 ? ? ? ?' 7 .
flat II BIll HIli . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown .. . . . .65 0.40 talk 1IJ : , : , : : : : . B,'minnir Land A
Lot 6 BIll ll1r. . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 3.11; 1 2. 13. 14. 21.22 BIk. 24. . . . . &InvlCo.leLaed.: I ; Ink C'n 9.'i8!'
Lot 10 Bill IMII . . . . . . . . . . . Kelaling C & W. 4.84! Inv Co. . . . 10.36 Lor I Ilk 2112 . .: . . . . . . . .. Unknown . . 28
Lola 3. 4. 1. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 111. 16. Lots 1 2. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 20. 21. 22 BI lot. II Ilk 292 . . . . . . . . . . lokn..n . . 1
24 BlI 186 . . . . . . . . . . . . Srmlnolp Land & .24:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rpmln '"' Land lots I. ". ". 17 1111 21: . . . . . . . 8rmlnnir'.' I.aad A 12
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Lol. I. 2. 4. 5. 8.11.. 12. 20. 21. 22 BlI 24 RIk. 242 . . . . . . .. . . . Bu..a.d.In. ( o." . . 20.21r.r 2.31 Lot 10 Jlk :m:1 . . . . . . .. . . . 1.lkn..o . . . 3.15
181 . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . . . flpmloolp land 4 7. 12. 15. 10. 10. 20. 2:. 24.Jil 1.0t. I. Il. 17 RI 21.. . . . . . . . . !"llnol. ,' Land 128 "
lov ('0. . . .1.08 1.1" 243 .I.. . . . . . . . . . . R..mlnolp Lend 11" C.n. . . .'.
lot' 6.9. 10. III Ilk 188 . . . . . . . Hp"lno'" Land Ie Co. 20.7Io4N 1.01 5 Jlk !14 . . . . . . . . . . . . ';.1" .. F. . . 11.11.
IIIV .'n. . . . 10.711 r.o' Bill 24.3 . . . : . . . . . . . . I:Ink. Mn A.: : : : 2.27 14)) ,.:! \ : tj r'nkn"'n . .
Lot 13 BIll 188. . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 4 4/1 1 and I" 131k 24:1: . . . . . . . . ( I. C. .29 1.04 i7 4 11.i : i.18. 4. 7. i. 128
tot U. Bllr UII . . . . . . . . . . . l'nkon..n . . . 4 411 Iota 8. 4. e. 10. 11. 12. 15. 16. 19. 20. 22. 1.lmond. 24 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . Rrminnlr land A
Lot 16 Ilk 11411 . . . . . . . . . . . l'oknown . . . 4..11 2 24 m.. 244 . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land Iny Co. . . 10.68
Lot 11 Bill 1811 . . . . . . . . . . . 8pmloolp Land : Inv Co. . . . 26.03 'Lot 22 RIk 295 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 I . . .
Iny Co. . . . 116.111 AU 24/1/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land Lot. I 10 10 Inc and H. 111. 18, 1'.11. I' 1.:6
Lot 18 Bill: 1811 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 4. "" B. Inv Co. . . . 10.21,23 DII 296.I.la'l3 . . . .. . Rpmlo.lp Land
Lot 16 Blk. IBM . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown! . . 4. 4ft Lota R. 4 12. 15. 16. 19. 20. 2t. .. w t. 32.7 Inv C.e. . . .'.
lot 21 Bill 1811 . . . . . . . . . . . Oulllwrt 0 F. . . ..6Lo 22. 2:1. .1.6. 1. . . . . . . . . . Seminole land l.t 16 1111 206. . .. . . . . . ilnulw.11. E 14.87
4 18. 16' 19 20' 21 10. Co. . . . 21.9 Iota 1. : 10. 13 m.. 297 . . . . . . . 8rml8r1 Land r." 128
28. 211IhJ2" : . . . . : . . . : .: .. 8emlool. I.and IA.). I and 2 24ft . . . . . . . . . Ueo W .29 lily en. . . . 3.0
10. Co. . . . 113.10 Lots. 6. Rll. 13. H. 111. 11. 19. 20 Hay..o Lot 1 141k 2/1T . . . . . . . . . . . Ku,'m5. ) .
Lota 11 and 18 Rill 1110 . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 8..6 BIk. : 1 . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . Semlnol.. Land Lola and 16 II'291 . . . . . . . . H"mlnol.A r.and I. 1.A 1 24
Lo.... 8 4. 7. 8. D. 13. H. 19. 20 Bill 190. . 8..mlnol" land :17 Iov Co. ... . 20.27 lay / o. . . . .
Iny ("0. . . . 36.1/1/ . . . . . . .. . . . . . 2.37 Lot 1 131k. 20M . . . . . . . . " 2.38
Lot 111 mil 190 . . . . . . . . . . . n.nfnrd.lof . . 3.01 Lot. 2 3 Blk Hlk 241 241 . . . . . . . .. . . .. . Blaby 1'landera ED.. N. . 2.37 lot II II" 2fl .. .. . . . . . "" (I"kno'n h..blll. W. II.. 1 28
Lots. 22 Bll 101 . . . . . . . . Land r.t Lot. 2 . . . . . . . 128
1. U. .. Seminole Lola 1 and 81k. . . . . . . . . . Badwell E A. . 4.29 : II" 21 . . . Unknown . . .
. . . 1.116 1 241 lot 1 1
Lot 2 Rill 191 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Iny Co. ' '' 2.53; LoC. 1 2. :r.. 6. 1.22 11.. 3.12"".. 13.BII 1. III. ., : : Seminole Land Lot : r 299 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ;; : : : : : : :

k Lot 8 Bill 1111 . . . . . . . . Tarrad M C. . 2./1/ 17, II. :1. 21. In. Co. . . . 26.67 Lot 24 211 . . . . . . . . . . . : Unl<.. :. . . . 1,26
.ot. II nd 6 Pit 101 . . . . . . . . 1\alllogl". D . . 6.77 248 . . . . . . . . Vnknown . . . 6.21 Lot; 111 "II 30. . . . . . . . . . . . Land laze
Lot 12 BII 101 . . . . . . . . Nelsen MrelIf 2.1111 1..1..11.1.10 B. 13
10, 1 14. 21. Iny . . .
I.oU as and 24 BIk 101' . . . . . . l.t. : r. D. : 1. Lot 1 . . . . . . . C8. 1 8
. Unknown 11,26 .. 24D . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land Rll RO . . . Alexander O r'.
+ Lo.... II Dad 6 Blk 192 . . . . . . . . . 8..mlnol" land .8 22 J. ? In. Co. . . . 28.0\: Lot 8 . . . . . . ;. . . .. . J F. . . 126
Inv Co. . . 11./16/ Lot. and 12 mk 2411 . . . . . . . . Welt C C . . . Lot 11 Bll 3. . . . . . . . .. . . . Ia.rl.... . . .
Lot 4 Bllr 1112 . . . . . . . . . . . Orond ,. R. . . !. 11/1/ 1 and l.ota 21 and 22 BII .21 Lot 21 Bill . . . . . .. 1.24
Lot 21 HIli t02 . . . . . . . . . . . Lan.. It lof . . . 11.61 L. .ro. tI. . Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Seminole Land A Lots. o. O. 1. 1. 12..23 Bile..301. . . . Pu.J.. .J 11. . . 1.28
Lot 22 HII 102 . . . . . . . . . . ? Marey A J. . . 2.8. 210 Iov Co. . . . 26.17 H'mln.l.Inv Co.. Lend... . .A
Lot. I. 2. 13. U. 11. 18. 21. 22. 23. 2. 1 Rlk . . . . . . . . . . . . Wlttrr. DR. . 2.81 Lot II Rlk'RO1 . 15.18
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Bllr IllS . . . . . .. . . . ......,.,. . .. 8..mlool. Land & Lot 11 BIk. 2:0/ . . . . . . . . . . . . Hilburn. C B. . 2.31 Lot IR 181k. II0t ... . . . . . .. . . .". NI"nk"own.. C .F.. . .. .. .. .
-' .. Inv co.Land.4 21.811 Countryman, D 11'. 2.31 Lot 11 111< 102 . . . . . .. "." ," f'nlloown . . 1.28
IAIt. 1'1. 18. 10.20, Dllr 19.rq1f4; )'H { '. '' 1:u20. RIkR2441 : 6: 's: 9: i ::'iS'i.\ys'. '. Lot 312. . . . . ,.. ,4a1 I'i" ''i'k r 1Inllno... .,. ... . 1 1726 26
'f'\iMcO.\I'i'M\ :;; .) \ r r 1 inv Ca. . . 1.16 ,20 Bill . .. . i 8emlnole L..d" Lot 15 lilt. 102 . . . . . fA"t' ", .,. . . .
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Lob 13 14 19.la'/ . . . .lollo"wo
end Rill Unknown 3.811 .
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'Lob 4 and 121318, 11111 .r n 4 .r u ,, 8..mlool. L.od" ,( nvu, 1.hf.. . ,dS Unk.owa..u .e. 2.0 Lot: 24 11... R02 ...v..q. . 1 i ,<,11nloo..n . . ;
'\lw...>\' Co. . . . .. 8.111 1'1" Unllno..n . lot 13 .. . . ..f. ; a5'fTlnkoow. r. 1.28 ",
BaInrry 211..r. I" .. . . . 4
Lot 111 Bill 1015 attrr 4. = ::. ..:_ 1 C E. ...i.. 1.73 lo t.16 141k. !' . .. . .. a .'.1.' til" Uollno..o .... . .2.0 Lot.. 883 .N. (\. &. ) ,<. Unknown . . . 1.28 <
Lot 18 BII' 1911 . . . . .n. i ;. ., . . . . Unknown . . . 1.73 Lot 18 131k. 251 . . : . . : .. ; . : . .. ; Unknown ; . 2.0 Lot. 20 and 21 Btk'301 .'. . . . . Semlnol. I..nd A 1.26
Lot 1'1 Bill 11115 . . . . . . . . . . . TJnlloo..n . . ; 1. 73 Lota 1. 2. 5. 11. 12. 13. If Blk 212 . . Bemlnole Land AIn Joy ,
Lot 24 Bill 1811 . . . . . . . . . . . ltorrl.on n M. 1.73 Co.. . . . 9.72 Iota. 13'.od4 RIk 804 .. . .. . . Rawer. C : : : : 2,36: .
.All Bill 1116 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8..mlnolp Land 01,311 ... 5. 6 1" 25R . . . . . . . . . Bemloole Land Lot 9. 17. 18. 21. 22. 23 Bill 305. . . . .. Cr"Land" 2.06
Lan << o. . 23.111 Iny Co. . . . 3.95 Inr
Lot 8 Bill 191 . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emlnolr' Land & Lot 1M 21 . . . . . . . . . . . Uoknown . . . Lot. Rand.4 Bll 805. . . . . . . . . Unknown: Co. : : : : : : :
In. Co . . . 1. 12Lo. Rll :. . . . . . . Seminole Land 111 Lnr 1. 2. R. 1, 8. 9. 10. 18. 21. r g
... 3-Dnd 4 Blk 101 . . . . . . . . . Unknowe . . . 2.:11 1"la 1. : 11 B. 214 4 r. lny Co. . . . .76 Bll 11(1 . . . . . . . .1.. . . . . Srm/nnlr/ I.and
Lota 1 sad 2 BII 198 . :. . . . . . . . 'SPm'-ol.' Land Lot 7 254 Re'nolda, C M. 1.42 InT ( A:
lo. Ca. .86 Lot 8 12 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Unknown . . : : : 1.42: iota D. 10. 13. I. 22. 23. 24 nlll 301. . 8rminnl I n. "A 1111

LoU Blk 11111 . . . . . . . . . . :. Unknown : : : : : : : i : 26 a,C H. 16 21 . . . . . . . inv Co.hand. . ,
Lot 20 Bill 100. . . . . . Logan R /1. . . 1.26 I.oL B. .. Sainnoo .Land & 4.69 Lot 6 1111 307 . . . .. . . . . . : 8,36,8emlnol
...... Lo. 6 1. 8. U. 16, 16. 11. 1819.21, .. Lot 17 Blk 2M. . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown : : :,: : : : 1.42 .Land A
M BIll: 199 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emlnolr L.14 Iota 20 and 8111 2116 . . . . . . . . Seminole' Lod Lot 8 RIk. 1101 . . . . . . . . . . : : : : : : : 1.81:
lnv Co. J3 inv Co.. . . . 2.86 LOIN 11 and 12 307 . . . . . . . rnlo' 1.28
'Lot 1 BIll: 11111 . . . . . . . . . . . . : : : : : : : tggLo' : Lot I 2'i6!' . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Iota. U. 17. 18 lll Ilk 38 . . . . . . . .. .. 2.tC
2 BII 190 . . . . . . . . . . . . TJ akoownUnkoown . . . 1.26 lot Dll 2/16/ . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 fmlnnlp .l.nd. "
Lot n Bill 1110 . . . . . . . . . . . . Woodno. C M. . 1.26 lot f/ Bill 211 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unlloo..n . . . 1.26 Lotq 0 Bile 30'1' .. . .. . RI '.. : : 3.1k:
4 LoU II and 1. BII 200 . . . . . . . . 8emlnolr Land Lot 21 / . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 2: and 24.818308" . Mgxla 11 1,28
Ca. 2.86 Lot HIl 2'i6!' . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Lola 2. I. 1. 18. 20. 2122,23. 24'Blt: 8".lIma..r. R 2 .O
Lola 'I anti 8 BIll 200 . . . . . . . . . unl.Yo. : : : : : : : : Lot 2" Jll.. 2543 . . . . Unknown : . . . 300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
I' lot 16 BIll 200 . . . . . . . . . . . untaown . 1.29. lots 1. 2. 6. 14. 18. 1920.212 111k 1.21 I..mlnol. Land A
Lo.... _. 0. 8,1O' 22 Bllr 201. . . . . . . 8emlnol. Lind & . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bmlnol" Land A Lot lR RIk. 30 . . . . . . . . ... : : : : : : : :
O' lUoknownCa . . . 4.16 211 .. . . . 17.96 Lot 14 'B.. . tolo"o. tg
C Lot 1 BIll: 2fI . . . ... . . . . . . . r . . . 1,26 lot M Alk 251 . . . . . . . . . . ... ".tbe. A. . 1.28 Lota i. 1. BIk 312.. . . ... . .1..r 8eminol.. k
Lot 2 nrll :I 1. . . . . .. . . . . . . Unknown . 1.26 Lot" 1'i!' Bill 211 . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . 1.28 loy l.nd'
Lot 8 Bill 201 . . . . . . . . . . . . Callender 11 F.. 1.26 lot 16 Bill . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.26 Lob. 1. 2, 3, ... 6. 8. BIll: 818. S. mina(en' .. . 3.1
.Lot-I.f-.B111 Ql. . . . . . . ; . . . ----U.kmnnI---.-. :. 1.26 Lob I, 9. 0.,10. Ir 11.JI, 21, 28 BIk,21 -, ,.- Bemlno" Lord A 1. 1. 1. ___ _ _ Inv CLand' k8.71 .
Lots 0. ,8. 10., 12. U. U, 22, 24 Bill . .. 8.241 Lot 1 01k. 31. . . : . . . . . . . . . 8emlnol.. . I.
r ) 202. . .,. .. . . . . . .. . . . . . Bemloole Land &' Lot 111 256 . . . . .. . . Unknown . . . 1.26Leta Land A j 1Lola
I In Cn. . . . 1..0 1. Jlk. ". 6 Blk'259.: . . . . . . . .' 8emlnole Land k Lot 0 BII 31 . . . . . .. . . . . . :: : : : : : : : 1.56:
1.4 J.Ot. 1 G. e. 10. H. Ie, 18. 19. 21. 21 lay Co. . . . 4.18 10. 11. 13. BI... . . . . rminole 1,96 ,.
I BIll: .2 22 . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emlnole Land Lot 7 1.26 1 311 Land 4
,. d, lo. 0.80'Ii lot 14 'III9.t: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : f \ :: : 1.26Lot Lot 1 . . . Inv Co. . . . .18 ,

Lot'8"B ll20: . . . . . . . U o..c.o.: : : : : : : 1.20: 11 2:1 . U ll.\WD. . . . 1.26 Lot, B. Ril' 13. 11..19.21.22. . Unknown . . . 1.26Bik .1"
Lau 1" 2. 4. 6. 8"1 .1..0. la., 14. 10. IS, 19. Lot. 11 18, 14, 18 21 23 : ,\ ; .' 1BIk 5314' 8'. .1.4:. .1: ?: : 8emlnol.. .
20. 112, 24 Bill "on . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnol. Land 1 1.2: . . : . : . . . . . :. . : . ; 8emlnole Land AIon Toy Land. . A
Inv Co.. . . . 11.1 Co. . . . 9\06 Lota 15 anti 16 318. . . . . Co. . 9.0
Lilt 1/1/ 1'111 20. . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Lot 111 BIll 210 . . . . . . . . . . . Unrrnown .. . 1.26 lot 18 111< 31ft . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Unllnnwn . ... (
. . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . " . .
{'i Lot 1'1 811 204 .1. . Unllno..q . . 1. 26 Lot 11 Bill 26 1.26 Loot 22 Hl :16 . . . . . . .1.28
Lola 1, 0. p. 111,. u. ;0:1.: 22. 24 Blk 2011. 8emlnolp Land k 1.1. 4. 6. 13. 23. 44 BIk 261' . . . . Sem/pole Land A lots. 1. 1. 1. 13, 16, 11 Hlk'817.. . . Unknow L.od' ;
1' In. ('0. . . . 1.16 lay Ca. . . . 6.56 &mlnoll ".
.1. Lot 27'Bik: 20:1: ..r. . . . ... . . . . Unknown . . 1.26 Lot 1 nlll: 261 . . . . . . . . . . .. Unknown . . . 1.26 Lot 4 low Co..7. . ..1
Lot 18 Bllr 20:1: . . . . . . . . . . . DaVIL .I II..II. . . 1. 211 Lilt. 2 Bill 261 . . . ... . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 lot 5 m: n : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : IIcNeil. 'A.:'. :
lots 10.. 11. 21. 22 Bile 206 ? . . . . 8..mlnol.. Land & Lot". 11 Bf 261 . . . . . . . . . . .. Molton. Mn R A. 1.26 lot I II" RI1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Uollnown Oeo. 1,28 !
4 Iny ("0. . . . 4,15 Lot 211 . . .. . . . . . . . . Unknown . .' 1.28 Lot 311 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.28
Lob I and fJ Pit 208 . . . . . . . . . Berry T C/). . . 2.06 Lt II Bill . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown :. . . 1.26 Lot 10 111k 311 . . . . . . . . . . Akin Makeover C A.. . . 1.28 t 1
Lon li 2. 5.4, 8. 9. 10. 11..11. 13. 1.. 111. J" .. l' . 22 BIll 21 . . . . . . .. . Unlnown . . . .. ; Lot 19 lilt. 311 . . . . . . . . . . . Unllnown. D. 1.28
,11. 1.20.21..22. Bill 2011 .r. . . . . 8"mlnol. Land Lo'a' 1, 2. 4. 8. 10, 18. J9 Bill 282. . Bemlno" Land Lot 20 JII 311 . . . . . Doop. C W .1.. .. ., .. 1.28 1.28 = 1
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18.
Lot 7 Blk'20T r . . . . . . . .. ftlzh7. A Zd . 1.28 Lot 1 BIl 262 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unlrr"o.o:.: : : : : : 1.v6 24 'l:' :i81 : .1. . : : . .
AU .e.pt Lot 7 S1k: 20$ . . . . . . . Bemlnole Land Lot 20 < 2112 . . . . . .. . . . . . . 1.26 Bmlnol; Land. A
of 21 RIk. 262 . . . . . . . . . . . Un.own : : . 1.26 Tot 16 318 . . . . . . . . . . .. . 10.f
'iof\6 '1t11l"209". , r ..:. . s . . . . . . .. Unlo''o.; : : : : : : : It Lot 2R BII 262 . . . . . .. . . . . . . 1.26 Lota 6. Bll. 13. 1.. HI, .19. 22,24 Unlnown .. .
.. Lot 16 Bllr 20e .. ..a. . .. . . T, Ra""y.'W F. ... 1.26 Lot 24 Ill< 202. . . .. . . . . . . . . Bird, W A. . . 1.21 Bill 319 .1.. . . . . .11.. . . . . . . . &mlnol" A \ '
3' lot 24 BIll: 110 . . . . . .. . . . .. 8emlnole Lead .. Lots I" O. 11. 1". 15. 1'. 2 .1 Iny C.Ld.
. co" Bill 6 . . . .18. . . . . . Seminole Ld Lota 1. 2 BIll 319 . . . . . . . . . . Uokuown . . 0.06
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''Lot .0..8.210; . . . . . . . . . . . .. UnI..o.. : : : : : : : lU; In, . 9.06 Lot f 84k. 819. . .. .. . . . . . . Unknown . 2.08 <
y 'Lot 21 Bill 1110 .. . . . . . . . . . Barud John . . 1.42 Lot 19 HIli 263 . . . . . .'.. . . . Unkown .. . . 1.28 Lot 20 elk M19 . .1. .. . .. . . . .. Holieobrck.. .J.. . 1.1; .
A Lot 12 Bill 210.1.. . . . . . . . . . Unllnow. . 1.2 Lob 1. 2, 8. 8. 10. 21 BIll: 264 . . . r'r t Land A Lot : . . . . . . . . Smith
1. BIll: 211 . . 1. . . . . . ... . . Land B I. Ber'o. . . . 6.08Lot. Lob 2t.1 f. e. 1. 8. O. 10. 14. 1'1'1 J W. . . 1.2S ,;:

5 riot BelnioI. .. . . . 1.T2 1 nod 4 Rill 264 . . . . . . . . . -. J. . 2.06 Dill 320 . . . . . . . 1.. . . . . . Semlnol. V"
;1" ..'foot la !Jlrr 211 '. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mraoa: CO. . 1..2 Lot HII 26. . . . . . . . . .. . . .... . . . 1.26 Land h( _
to BIll 211. . . . . ,. . . . . . . . . . . 1.26 Iny Co. . . . 9.88'Lot '
Lo. 11.,18. 19. : ; nknown 0..2 oI.tI2811< 26. Unkow II . . .. . . . . . . . . . . -
4 4 .. ..t. ; .1. 12".21 Bit 21$. . . . . o Land Lots 1. 2. 6. 6. T. 8. e. 10, 17. 19. l.ot 1'i!'BII :2/ Unmow . . 1.28 '
1.r. Ber : Co.. . . . 8. ... 21. 22 26 . . . . 1".111.. . . . 8emlnole Land Aby Lot. f. 11,12014, 16 Bit 321' . . . . 8emlnole . . 'A 1.24
w 41 Lot 1 BIll: 212 h. ; . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . 1.111J Bll Co. . . . 12.241 I / Ltd
,J Lot9 Bill IU i .r.. . . . . ... . . . Unkoowo . . . 1.13 I Lot 16 RIll 286 . . . .. . ,1 Unknown . . . 1. 26 Iota I. 2 Bill 821' . . . . .. . . . . lay. Wm.( 0... .. . 4.T8'
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,,' ( BIll: LoCa 5. 6. 8. 11. 12. 18' 14. 15. 18. 1'1. 1.. : a U Lots. 14. 1'1 Bill 322. . . . . . . . W"l. 2.08 "
3. ,'Lott 16 412 . .. . . . . . . Unkoowo 1.78 I 1 11. "
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Bllr . . 20. 28 Bill 266 .. . . . . . . . . . Semleole L AIn Bmlnol. Ld ?
_4 ,,,, i . Dill ... .4 . . ... . . . . . . . . . 1.1\: 11.47 Lot. 10. U. J4. 18 823. . . . . . . 8,15 ,
It':" .1.ot.j6 BU 211'.. . . . . . . . . . . . Foeht.n n, 11'. . 1.13 l.ot. 6 and 4 Rill 266 : . . . . . . . . Gnetallo. U A. 2.0 1. BI 8emlnol. Land A 'l\
? .., s..ea 1,. a; a. .. u. 14. 11. 18 Bill 2ta. . Rellllool" Land A Lot 22 81k2qq . . . . . . . .. . .0. .. . . Lot 5 Bill 328 Iny Co . . . 4,76
inv Co. . . . 11.00 Lot 2" Bill 268 . .. . . . . . . r Unkow . 1.26 Lota 1. 2. 11 Bit 824' . . . . . . . . . tnmown 1,2
.blot 4 g1k: 218 . . . . .. . . . . . . .. Unlln".o ; . . 1,13 Lota I, 2. 4 BI.k: 1.z61 . . . . . :. . . BeIlol" Land A Land 'ALot.
n ; G Bill 2U . .. . . . . . . . . . CO" Un F.. : . 1.11 8 . . . . 8.1111 .. T. P. Rill 324 . . . . . . rev Ca. .. . 3.15 "
-Lot 21 Bit 111. . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.T3 Lots 1. 14. III,. 18 Bll: 28. . . . . . .. . Seminole Lead A Lot 2 I.< . . .. .. ... . . . .". . Uekoo . . . 1,261Lot
321 . . . .
Lota 111 sad 211 Bit 21. . . :. . . . Be..lnol.. Lead .. lay Co. .. 3.t 14 Birr . . . . . . . . . . wo
Jay Co.. . . . C.13 Lot 12 Bill . . . . . . . . 112/ IInkonwn . . :. .
(.;- 2f Unkown Tot 16 Dill . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1.28 .
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Lot 12 Birr 21. Semino ...06q.Iota Lot. 1. 2,.8. 18., .21 BU 269' . . . . 8mlnole A Lot. 1 to 13 Inc and Lota 1/1/ and 18 HI" .
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{ Inv Co. . . . IT.40J.eta Lot RIll: . .. . . . . . . . . :tor.tb. . 1.26 )26 8mlnol. Land I ,
., 2. a. .. 0.T. I. u. 12. 16. 18. 11. Lot 6 BIll 29 . ... . . . . . . . . . '' Unknown . . 1.26 Lot IT ; ., . . . . . . . 18.061et.,1
.1" 19. 20 alII: 210 . .. . . . . . . . Remlael. Land AN Lot. 1'1 Rill 260 . . . . . : . . . .. . U..ko. . . 1,26Lo 2. 6 82f. 439'auIt, 14. IIotnowe ... .. 1.2
my Co.. ... . 31,09 ..t 19 RIk 260 . . . .. ... . . . . . U A . 1.26 ; iT Bill a27 . . . . 12 . .I. .
:J.ot 10 HIt: 21. . . . . . . . . . . . B7aD, T . .. . ..81S Lot .1 Bill 269 . . . . . . . . . . . . Uoknown . . . 1.26 10 8.minol. Land ,";'
.. 1,' a. 111. Ie, 111. 18. 21. 22, 24 Bill: I.ot. 21 and 2" Dlrr 289 . . . . . . . Harmaa..A D. . 2.08 Lot 18 AlII: . . . . . . . . I.w CO.,4 11/4' .
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Lot. 18. 1.. 11., 119.20. 127: : 12, 28 Lo! BIW 210 . . . . . . . . . . . . ko . . . 1.28 Lot 1"11 12" . . . . . . . ;. U.knO . . . .. r
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r. S. Bill B21J . . .r . . . . . ". '' ...- Brown J K. . 1.28 All Bill 420 Jyf '' '' ''.9''''' .....Iaol. Land Ar.
Lott a, 4. 8. 8. 10. ii!. X12, 18.. 16 BJk be0 Seminole Land ALet .1u.r ./ I .. . . . 1.0;.J Lot TB .t.a. .r u..u. . .. . .. /n Unknown r. . ... .. .
All Bill 421 mlaolC Lot TD . to. . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . .. 11.1\1 .,
Inv co. . .. 1." . .. . . ... . . . ". LaDd iIn t. n. ,
," 1 Blit 8SO . u. . . . . . . . .. .r Unknown' . I.JUS Co.. .. ,. 1,10 Lot 8O .n. . u.. . . h. . . .. t'h Un"now. . '1'" ..86 .+
Let,19,Bill aal ..'1. . .. . . .. . h.. . foml.ole Land A All Dill 422 .. .. .,:. . . ..: . .I::. . 8.mbole Land Lot ::1 . . .. . ,., . ... . . . . .. 1 ?' Unknown .4.e', ..* ..88"
.. . . .. .. .. . VDk.owa . '
1.G8 ,? '. lav <:.. . . .. 19.97 urr..t..l. a .r. ..111. A . r4.
Lob 1. 20 8. 12 Bill 882 . .nnJ..A . SemlnolLand A. All BIll 423 i. . i..u..u... Seminole 'Laod A Lot 83 ... ... .. . .,..1 ... . . . . . . .8OtmIDoi. Lead, A 1
f0I Cov. . .. 8.96 '. , . 19.11'it '. ID. .10. .'
". Lot. Bill 832 ,. .. . . . h. . .. . . 'Unknown + a. .. 1.26 All. Bill .2. . .. .. .u. .i..u. .. . . r' t' Seminol i.. d A rat si.. h./A . . . .'f". : . . . . ....'V.. 8Otm"oIe nLand"A
Lot IIIDill_ 882 .. . . . . ,. .. . .'. . UnknoWD '. . ... ., l'r6 J .,,.''. , lay Co.. . . . 19.91 . '. J.. Co. . . .. ,'.J'. Ai
Lot 16 Bill 832 ..u . .N. . . U.knoWD .i..i. .:/ AU Dill .2I! . . . . +. .... . .. .. ,." ,,', Bemlnole Land AIn. Lot 8'. . . . ( 1. Land klot84
Lou 11 and 18 BIk 189: . . . . . .. .. Orlmm. It . . 2.<16 \ Lb . . 18.91 .. .i..B.1. COot. . . lI.a1
lob 1. 2. b. e. 9. 10. 11. 18 B" 883. .. Hemlnole Land AJo I AU BIll -42&0 . . . . . .. . . .u. . . Semlnolelov lAUd: A . . . . . . . . .. .. 4 . I. .. :. Seminole Land k ,
vCo. . . ; 7.16 Co. . 18.111 J.. . 1.1. i
Lot lIS .BIII 883 . . . . . :.v. . . . . 'Unknown . h'" 1.28 AU pIt 421/ . . . . . . . . .. . . . : ; Seminole Land A Lot 81'. .. . ..nl. .:. . . . : . .'. Slaw Ca.and A 1.
'Lota I" 1.-11-10.11.12.18, U. 11.18 Joy Co. . . . 23.11 .hu. . vi11
BIk31 . . . .. . . . . . . . .e. 8emlooln Land An All Dlk .28 .. . . . .. . ... ... .:.. . Semlnoe I land An. Lot 88 . . . . . ... .'H' . . . . . . CaLand A
: ] Co. . . . 9.08 Co.. . . . 18.08k SeIn. 8.17 "n
; .
Lot lIS Bill a8. . . .! } . . . 'Unknown 1.28 All Dlit .29 .. . . ... .. . . . .. :, . . Bemlnole I.and Lot 89 . . . . ,. . . . . . . . . .r.. LudA '
Lot. 6. e. 1. 18, 24.. 15. 16 Bill .110. . . S..mlDole Land A lay Co.. . . 18.68 Sein.. Cw: .. . 1.10
i In. . . l.UB All Blk 430 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole Land .. Lo tOO. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Semlnol. IADd.. .
1 l' l.ot.8 and 0 BlII.8SI1 . ; . . N"la.. Uri : . :.. Inv Co. t. . . If. 20 In. (1a.v. ..10'.1, '
Lou 4 A. 6, 1. 8. 9. 10. Ii. X12. 18, !14 .All BUr 431 . . . . . . . . . .':. :. . Semlnole. Laod klov Lot 01 . . . . . . :. . . . . . .. land k .> i
! Bill 886 . . 4. . . . .. . . . . .. . Semlnole Land A Co.. . . . 14.20 Semlnol . . . .. 8.i' .'1. '
In. Co. . . . 9. MII Lota 3 and 4 Bill 482 . . . . . . . . SemInole Land A Lot 1/2/ . . . . . . '.' .r.1 ; . . . .o tend A.
I Lot 18 Bile 888 . . . . . . . . . 'Unknown . . . 1.26 8.1:1: Selmlnole.. 1.16
r I 2. O. 6..9. 10., 11. U. 111. 16. 11 BUr AU Dill .38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole land A Lot 93 . . . ; . . . . . . .. . . . Semloole Lnnd 'A ,
I a87 . r. . . ... . . . . . . . . ... Bemlnole Land k A lily Co . . . H.20 C. 1.10. 'i.
Inv Co. . 9.08 AU DUr .34 . . . ... . . . . . . . . Seminole' I.aod k Lot 94/ . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . SenoCLind A
Lot 1 Dllr 857 . . . . ... . . . :. . . Unknown . . . J .26 by Co. . . . 1..26 . B.STIn
! Lot 12 HIli 8111 . . . . . . . . . . . Unkoown . . 1. 26 AU Dlk .311 . . . . . . . . . . .t. . S..mlnole Land Alav let, 95 . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . l'mlnol.l ....ncl .'$
lot 18 8111 881 : : W 19. . 26 co. . 1..20 Co. .7.18' , G

All Blk 430 . . . . . . . . . . . . . SemInole Laud Lot 00 . . .1. . . . . . . .. t. . . . 8emlooln Iaob k ,
I .Y:8' 13.011 A 14.20 let Co.. . . . 1.10 .... ..
t. 1.:6: Lola 1. 3.4. 8. 6 Bill 481 . :. . . . . . Semloul. Land AIn Lot 91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnole LaDd A .
ut Dill 838. . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.211 Co. . . . 11.9; l.. Ca,! . ;r 11.81' ."
Lob 1. 2. 8. 5. 6, O. 10. 13 Bill 888.. . . Hemlnolp Lord k AU Dlk 438 . . . . .. . . . .: . . . Seminole Land A Lot 08 . . . . . . .... . . . . ... . . . S.mlnole ....d '.' .
Inv Co. ... . . 1.18 \ _. I .. In. CO. ; ... . 1..20 In. CO..J 1.1" I..
Tint 4 Dlk IIR9 . . . . . . . . . . . CO". Fit. . . 128 All Dlk 430 : . . . ... . . .J. . . . . Semlnole Laud A Lo'. . ... . . . . . . . .. ; 'J' 8..mlno"r Land '" ,: "
/ 1.01.11 Bnd 12 Dill 389 . . . . .: . . Unknown . . . 2.06 Inv Co.. . . . 18.611 l.r Co. . .1'.1." '
Lot 14 8111 889 . . . . . . . . . . . __ Glenn J ,. . . 1.26 All Dlk 4.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. .. 8I'rnnole! Land A tot 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r I. Seminole Land A. j-
lob 7. 8. 11. 12. 111, 111 DIll 840. . . . Semlnole J.ud A Inv Co. . . . 18.08 ,. In. co.. . ; . lI.a1
lily Co. 5.56IAItn All Blit 441 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole Land A Lot 101 . . . . . . . . . n. . . . . 8eIn .. LaDd ,
II and 4 DIll 840 . . . ... . . . . Unknown. : : : : : : : 9.06tut : lov Co.. . . . 23.11 .. 1.10 ..
II mr Uotuown 1.20 All Dlk .U2 . . . . . . . .. . . . . . Bemlnole Land A I.ot 102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BetniocaLind..ASemtaoe .
lot 840 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Uaknowa : : : : : : : 1.20Iut : In. Co. 23.11 1.U'

9 111k 341 . . . . . . . . ? 1."Jo I] P. . 1. 26 All Dill 443 . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Samlnol.. Land 'A Lot .103 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . land k
lint 11 Dlk 341 . . . . . . . . . . . Ham, A E. . . J. 26 lay Co. . . . 23.17All Inv Co. . . . 5.81 ., !
Lot 12 III" 841 . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1.2G Dill 444 . . . . . . . . . . . . . S'mlno'' Lend A Lot 104 . . . . . . . . . : . .. . . . B..mlDole Land k ,
I..t. 3. 4. 5. 6 Blk 842 . . . . . . . 8I'rnlnol.. Laad'& . 10.91 In. Co. . . . .7.18' ?"
Inv (.0. . . . 3.85: All Bill .411 . . . ... . . . . . . . . . t"Seminoleo Lind A loOt 105 . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . Semlnol.. Lend. kln .
1.01. 13 and 14 Blk 842 ., . . . . . . . Uokoo..n . . . 2. ','] Inv Co. . . . 19.91 Co. . . . 1'.10 oil
lute 1. 2. 3. 4. /5. 6. 1. 11 12, 18. 14, All Dlk. 446 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole land A Lot 106 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole land A J
Iii, 16. 18 DIll 843 . . . . . . . . . Beminolr Land AIn lay ('0. . . . 10.01 Iny Ca 11.81' .r
('0. . . . 12.111 All Dill .41 . . . . . . . .. . . . . . Semloole land A Lot 101. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..Innmlnolo Lind. '
I.ot 11 hlk 343 . . . Jon..... A I.. . . 1. 2/1 10. 1'0. . . . 111.97 : o. IS.81 i
Late I. 4. 6. 7, 13. 14. 17, 18 BIk 811 . . Sen11nolr I : Laud AI All Dlk 448 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8eoLand .. loOt 108 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole nLot \
Inv lo. . . 7. H lay Co. . . . 19.117 Inv Ca . 1.1.
I nt 6 111k 3Jt4 ]lehoney. J. 1. All Dlk 4.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnoln land AISik 100 . . . . ,. . . . . . . . . . 8"r.Io Land '17 '
lint 9 BIk : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : louiaon: J"I.::: : 1.26I.nt lay 'p. . . . III. 01 : Ca . 5tut .81 I

1 10 BIk. 3U . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 All 4:10: . . . . . . . . . . . .. Samlnolr' I.nod A I..t 110 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Selinayiaoe . ,
lute 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. O. 11. 12 BIk 8411. . Kentlnoe I Land A 10. Co. . . . 19.117 : o. 5.81 . r
Inv ( o. 7.fIO All Dlk 401 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bernlnole Land tit 111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SemlnoCo.Lind i ;
lint 16 IIlk 34/\/ . . . . . Uok own . . .. 1.2U Inv ('0. . . . JII.1I7 Lo : . .. . 11.81 r w
Lou 1. 2. a.of. /5. 6., 1. 8. 9, 1019; 18 All DI.41112. . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlno'' Land A [ 112 . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land" 't
111, 16, 11 Dlk &t6 . . . . . . . . . Land .1 InCo.. . . . 111.117 In. Ca 1.10 4 t"Semlnole
K"r.IOl: Co.. . . . 13.06 All Dlk 4G3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . ", ..Olin"... land A 1.Cl 11:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lind.A
loOt 14 Blk 846 . . . . . . . . . . . Ic\Valt 11 K. . 1.:11: Inv I.... . . . 111.11.) . AI.81
late 1.2.8. 11.6. T. 8. 9. 10. 13 Dlk 341. ol Land A All Blk 404 . . . . . . . . . . . . . S..lI1ln...,. land A Lot 114 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8eInLind .. t
tler.l: . 1.20 In,. I.u. . . 111.00 . 5.87 ,.
Lot of IIIk 847 . . . . . . . . . . . R'orthlry.. U . . ;; All Blk 411n . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Seniln.l.I . Land A lint 1111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8l'r.IO lead k .
JAIL 14 IIlk 1141 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.6 Inv Co. . . . 10.12 ; : Co. . . . 1.81' q
l4)u 1. 2. :I. 5. (1. 7. U., 14. 16. 11 IIlk All Dlk 4G6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rpln.le' ,I I.nnd, A Lot 110 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole:. land A
348 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Selnole Land A I Inv 1.0. . . . 8.70 Inv Ca . 11.81 a
\Inv Co. . . . D..0lot All Blk 407 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Senllnul I ,. Lend Amy Jut 111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SemInole Land A
II 81.. R4R . . : . . . . . . . . . 11nknowu . . . 1.t6: 1'0. . . . 6.51.tll Beioleo. ... .. 5.87Inv ,
let 101t1k 348 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.20 Ulk 4:18: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11011..01. land A 1 1mOv Jut' 118 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .aDd" '
All Blk 340 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolr' Leo d' A ('... . . . 3.115 Co. . . . 5.87 a
1.o. . 3.0:! All nI" 110 . . . .. . . . . . . . . . IIplI1ln.I. !Land A Lint 120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole n \ "
All Blk 8110 . . . . . . . . . . . . lI..nlno'' Land A In.. 1'r.. . . . R.44 Inv Co. . 1.18 ."
\ Inv Co. . . . 3.95 All Dlk .17 ; . . . . . . . . . . . . IIpoolnolo land A let U1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole' Land A ,
All Bn 8:11: . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Rrndoaln I : Land A Ins ,C. . . . 3.1': Semfnoleo. . . 1.81"
lily o. . . . . .938emnolr :; All III" 418 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole I.Bod A Lint 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. j l
All III" 3112 . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ) : Land AmPv .. Inv (.o. . . . 12.28 Inv ('0. . . . u.8. 'iIXII .
(0. . . . 3.115 All Blk 479 . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..mlno'' I..od A.ill Jut 123 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnoe' Land A ?..
All 111.. :,15:1: . . . . .. . . . . . . . . Semlnuln I : I.ed A In.. '.0. . . 10.12 In. Co. . . 5.87 1
Inv i'o. . . 3.0: Ulk 480 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole land 'A Jut 124 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A
All! 111.. ::1114 . . . . . . . . . . .. . . Reminule I : and A Inc Co. . . . 7.16 In. Co. . . . 5.81 I
\IPv ( o. . . . a.9:1: All IIIk 508 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remlnol. Land Amnv l.ot 12i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S.j"I O Land A G.8T" $
All m.. 311:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A141k (b. . . . 3.0J: Co. . <,
Inv Co. . . . 3.9:1: All Dlk 500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole Land ABlk Lint 126 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . semi Inolc" Land A. .
All 11111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . O ': Land A Inv 1'0. . . . 8.16 I eo.. . . . 5.17 )
B.\I\; t'o. . 3.0: All 510 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole Land A Jut 127 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seo .and '
All 111.. 31111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Keminul.I Land A Inv 1'0. . . . 13.ro6 Inv Co. . . . 1.1&
Inv: Cu.: . . . 3.1I: LAKE FRONT ADDITION TO ST. .- I..t 128 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A : "
All BIk. 359 . . ... . . . . ... . . . . S"lIIlnoI.nnd\ : A CLOUD) ( Boulevard LotsLot )- In. .0. . . . ".1. 1
i In" 0. . . . .t.n3: 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolr Land A Lot 1211 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1I,1\: ,0 CaL.ad.
All Bllt 360 . . . . . . . . . . . . . B..mlu.I .: lend A Inv ..0. . . . 3.95 . 5.8T'Lot
\Inv 40. . . . 3. OJ: loOt I . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . Semlnole I.and A 1:10: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole, land A
1.AKI4 FRONT ADDITION TO ST. Inv .0. . . . 3. II:! Inv Co. . . . 1\\.8T' .

CI.oUD- Lot 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1I'mln..l.. Land A I.t 131 . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A ,
All\ IIIk n01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolr Land A Inv ,'0. . . . 3.111\ In. Co. . .. .87 .
\Ins (0. . . . S.III: Lot 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.r.inol.. lend A Lot 132 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reminole God AIn
All B13112\ . . . . . . . . . . . . .. R..minulo: Land AIv Inv .3 C o. ' 5.81 .
: ( o. . . U. 10.07 Lot 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A IA.t, 1.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land Al. k
All\ IIIIt 363 . . . . . . . . . . . ... ..... Renlnoe, I Land A In1'... . . . 3.115. .. Co. . . . 11.11
: \Inv Co. . . . 10.111 loOt II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolr Land AInv 1..1 1:11: . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A 5.81'I
\. All 1111. Apo . . . . . . . . . . . . . Krlafld( AIn 1'0.. . . . 3.911 Inv Co. . . . ,
"\. Co. . . . 10.01 loOt 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolr Land A Lot J:15: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole nA "
AJ1.116.\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . tlp\.I: O A Inv Ca . . . S.Ol: Inv Ca. . . . 1.Iff .
\ o. . 19.91 Lot 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole ,.Bnd Amnv 1Dk.n :. . . 8.88 . ?
;.
tot 1:111. . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
All Jllk . . . . . . . . . . . . . S..rnlnol': Land A Co. . . 3.05 1 8.86 :
Inv Co.. . . . 19.91 Loot 8 . ... .1. . ', r Semlnoln Lan tut t24V;; ,.!( O'lMd. t.\\i .P ::.! ._fh: ::: :: :t:;:: : : ,; .: ', .;:t,,; {
111k 867. . .. ,. . 1 ... . . r . . r ..,' Semlnolp Land A ." .1" .: : .:''i:.:.j.u.. .. .::, I4 .were" aloe Co. .' 3.111\ .Iat. ........ ., ..' .', : --ftnn---- .. .. .. .. ., 'T'. .. 8.118-. '"' .III.\t!.. \ 1II. >.;..u:1: !
t,5 inv Co.. r. . 19.UT Laad MfifimiFMli ' . ) J' 't'' ; .... : '
+.J'dIt' d'fuT f Semlnole A } :! ! ? ''II," UnknownUnknown'. . ... .. 6. I 1

All. Blk 868 . < 1 1 Semlnole in Co Land. .A> 23.11 rd } kf 1'ai1'' ,r Inv (.0. . . . 3.911 lot'UI,; ,..,.f'I't'l.' tmrimi, yllttr.r.w :.....,.._.. .. :..... _..w I'! ; h' of { I fl. 110 ,'' :1.'FIr.i111'l.ot'1404HHUi
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LotlO; , .i Semlnole Land A' .1 Unknown. . . \ ,
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Y AUI ? .u uuns.s Ih . ,', 'I r 6.888 :#! .
All Blk 80.0 W? SI- CoLand Ai lay Co. ; 3.011 'OIHalu'.m'U..A4t'r'.I.: . ; p Unknown . .. ,
f '' In . 23.17 Lottdt111 'H. .. ., ',. ,
.i': {'* ** ': Semlnole* tong AIn n. .. . ... 4 +4. : 1 #, s.1 i."I! Semlnole Land.A let 144 .,. . . . . ..... . . . . . . . h,.' " .-. t..n..nown..o. ,,.an' 0.86
All Blk 870 .I rte t } : Inv Co. : 3.05Semlnol. Lot 145/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown: . .. -. 8.88 .
Co.Land. . . .A. 23.17BemlnolP. Lot 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Land 'A roOt 140 . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 6.8Unknown
All Blk 871 . . . Inv . 3.OS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.80 .'
Inv ('0.Land. . . .Amy 23 17Hemlnolp Lot 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . !I.. I ofo'i-I"; ; ; ; AIn Lot Lot 147 I4H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown ... . . 6.86
All Blk 372 . . . CoSemlnolp . 3.95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 4J.8OBemlnole
('o. . . . 23.17 Lot 14(1(
Lot 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land; ; ;'
All Blk 8T3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole' Land A Inv 4'o 3. 9r; Lot 160 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Co! Land. . . .A. 7.10 :
Inv (.0. . . . 23 17Rpmlnolp loOt 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Seminole l Land; A Inv
All Blk 374 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land A Inv 4'o . . . 3.95 Lot 151 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Inv Co Land. . . .A. 746Lot
Inv ('u. . . . 23 17Rpmlnolp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole .anA
All Blk 375 . . . . . . . . . . . . . "" Land IP LoUO In II.91i 152 . . . . . . . . . . ., . . . . Seminole! Land. . . ,'.A. l'.1.
inv ('0. . . . 23 ITSemlnoln Lot 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ke lt.oo"i.nd":; ; A e. Inv Co.
All Blk 376 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land Amy Inv CoBemlnole . 8.05Lot : loOt 153: . . . . . . . . . i t. . . . . Seminole. CoBemlnole .Land. . . .AIn 1.,. ?
Co. . . . 23 17Bemlnolp 18 . . . . . .r. . . . . . . . . . Land; ; A .
All Blk 8TT . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land AIn 1 r 3.1111 Lot 134 . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . Co.! Land. . . .Ain ". 1-
*' Co. . . . 23.11 Lot 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminoleo: : :; Land A f
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole Land AIn :
All Blk 8T8 . . . . . . . . Seminole Land AIn Inv Co. . 8.95Lot Lot 105 . Co. . . . 1.Ie lor :
Co. . . . 23.17 .8.:::: . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Seminole I Land AIn Seminole* Land A '
All Bill 870 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolp Land Ain 7.10 Lot 150 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . in. Ca. . .. 1.1'. . '
; . .23.17 Lot 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8e I 00'i'd":'; ; A Semloole' Lewd .. 'J
All Bill 880 . . . . . . . . . . . . . SeI of.o. n4"Ain ; : 7.16 Lot 137 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . layloea . . . 1. 10 .
Co. . ... . 23.17 Lot 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semalnoeo: Lind; A j. 1It!
LaDd.
i Ain Lot 168 . . . . . . . . . . . . ;, . .. sellDln lce I ... .
All\ Blk: 881 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolo Land 5.87 0. .. .1.1- .', '/ 7
Co. . . . 23.17 Lot 23 . . . . . . . . . . . J. :. . . 8emalno: eo Land''A Semlnol. Land A \I
All Blk- 882. . . . . . . . . . . . . . SemlnolP' lAnd Ain Inv Co.Bemlnole . 7.10 Lot 160 ... . . . . . . . .I I inv Co. ......_.. .1-j
Co. . . . 23.17 Lot 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i.nd'; AIn Lind .A '
All Blk 883 .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Bpmlnole Land AIn 'P Co. . . . 7.16 Lot 100 . . . . . . ... . . . ... . ....;., M. .Semlnolc.. ".. T y6t: ,.' 'ii. 3'
Co. . . . 10.07 Lot 25 . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . ... '. BemlnoleLand AIn ". ". _:8emloole Land A
.: .BIIt-.a8."YTT'OTTTT'O.,.. ..-. """-+"" Seminole Land Ain Co.Semlnole .. . . . 5.81I Lot 161 . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . .. : Inv Co. .... .,.7.1E;+ ,,..
+ Co. . . . 10.07 Lot 2(1 . . . . . . ... . . .a. . . . . Land AIn r..'" .. . a ",,I
AuyBlk 885 . .. . . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnole Land AIn I Co.Semlnole .. . . . 7.16 Lot 162 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I. . '-r/. ,..., Seminole Co.oI. : r'7.16t, N
I Co. . . . 19.07 Lot 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land A Inv aa.' A :>, .
All Blk 880 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land Ain 7.10 Lot 103 . . . . . . . . . . ... . . .' l I" '" 8emlnole 7.10 ;: "
Co. . . . 10.07 Lot 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Seminolea: ; :.; Lind A In..Co.Lind| : J.J:' .
" All Blk 38TAH . . . . . . . . . . . . Seinlnole Land Amy 4 Inv Colemlnole .. . . . 6.87 Lot 104 . . . . . . . ... . . *. . . . Bemlnole Co. .'. . .1.I' .,
l-- Co. . . . 10.07 Lot 29 . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . ., Land A I,. In. Land r,.
Blk 883. . . . . . . . . . . . BrnilnolP' Land Ain In* Co.Semlnole .. . 7.16 Lot 103: . . . . . . . . . . . n. . 8emlnola . ,' 7.16 7{ Co. . . . 10.07Hemlnole loOt 80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r' nd"AIn In. Co.t. nd A "
All 880 . . . . . . . . . . . Land Ain CoBemlnole .. . . 7.16Lot loOt 100. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . '. 8fomlnol. .:. ", tt
Bill Co. . . . 10.97 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . : . Land; AIn / Semlnole.Land. .A T f .v,
; AIn . Lot 161 . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . . ;
All Blk 890 . . . . . . . . . ... . . SemlnolP Land CoSemlnole . ' IS.81 M 3a
Co.. . . . 10.07 Lot 32 . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . Land AID ,.. la. Co- 1./ "--, a
. . . . . . . . . . BemlnolP Land AIn Colemlnole 7.16Lot Lot 108 . . . ... . . . . . . : . . . . S..mlDoie Lu4", ,' 7,16 '.
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All Blk 301 Co. . . . 10.07 38 . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land AIn ID. ,,Co.. . .; . .,'

All 802 . . . . . . . . . . ... . . SprulnolP Land A '\ J... Co. . . 7.10 : ) PtJ3'T'S: ,:' (
Blk in/Co. . . . 19.97 Lot 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Semlnole' Land A. 11. ADDITION- ";
'' . . . . . . . . . . . . Bow. R H: 8.M F'
. .. . . . . SctnlnolP Land AIn InT Co..t. . 5.87 A .t h.ud I; fAll
,) All Blk ,303 . . . . . . L Co. . . . 10.0Spmlnole Lot an . . . . . .q,. . . .. . . . . <- Semlnole Land A 111k IC . . . . . . . . . .. . . . ... ..' Mrs\ 8.23 "'* +
Blk.) . . . . . . Y.tea.'P A4..r. . 1..1 .
. . . . . Land AIn Inv Co. 1.16 Lot 4
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All Blk'304 Co . . 10.0 Lot 38 . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole Land AIn ROUIN8ON'9 ADDITION- ; .i.84 I .J':
, I I . . . . Rpinlnnlp I nd. Amy -. Co. 7.10 Lot 8 Blk 2 .'.. . . . . JI. . . . . . . Wllllama r..111. .; ':', alLot
All Blk 805 . . . .'. . . . OL' Co .>. . . 10.0 Lot S1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ;; 4 BIY 6 . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . n..n. Geo W.... 0.11 '. !
8emInolsoLnnd'A . . . . . . . . . . Gau.dPD, HeDrT.. 10G&
R DIll 16.
AIn Lau I. 2.
Land 6.87
. . . . . Spmlnole .
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All BIll 896 .. . . . . . . Co. . . . 10Bemlnole Lot 88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. : ;: ; F.L.AI.CO.ADll- .
'4 . . . . Land Ain :- In* ,
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\\1 All BIll 891.. . . . . . . Co. . . . 10.0 Lot 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land AIn 2GII ftV 8111 ft N 21111 tt, E 8i5 ft. Uakaown .i. . . .,9.11' tk

Bffk . . . . . . . Seminole Land AIn Co.Semlnole . . . . 7.16 1'ROSI'ECT PARkLob .'
All 808 . . . . . LaLond. B. .. 4.10 '
y1; Co. . . . 23.1 Lot 40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land ASemlnol Ml. .t2.113. 84, H5. JW Dill 88. . . . .. 1. I
ti All . . . . . . . . .. Seminole IADd 6.87 ROBERT BARS ADDITTON-
r Blk 809 . . . . 4
In* Co.. . . . 23.1 . . . . . . aLand'A flhoemaker't SubVIof Blka DL, A IL- "
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t I"; Lot 41 . . . . . . . RoM I #
Land Ain Lot I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RI.rr.. .4.70
. . . ... Bemlnoln . . . .
All Blk 400 . . . . . . . . Jay Co.Semlnole 7.10 . . . . . . . . . . Taylor. Addl. .
. . .
'. il Co. . . . 23.1 Lot 42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land AIn Lot 2 . . 8.81
. . . . . Bob ..
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\ . . Semlnole Land A Lot .FR.Ser c :
. 7.10
All Blk 401 . . . . . . . JpiiT BAPS ADDITIONiota .
Inv Co. . . . 23.1Bemlnole 1 . . . . . . . . . . SeI oo.t.nd.:.; ; -
Lot 44 . . . . . AIn Mn. B 118;
. D . . . . . . . . . B".I1. At
Land AIn 2 nod 8 BIll
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I All 403 . . . . . . . . I CoSemlnole 7.10 20.0&
Bib .
. . . 23.1 Lou 3.4. li BI" E. . . . . . . . . . Addl.. Wellford.
1.1. v Co Lot 411 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land A .
' ; All Blk . . . . . . . . . . Co..a. AIn Inv Co.Semlnole . . . . 7.10 J"NE ror Blk. L, run W 6ft129 I Ilr' la.T$ '' 7ft. .
i,. 403 . 23.11'' Lot 47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land A RE6ltB:: 120 ft A'DD-: . . l1ulow,, 101m ,

,.I All Blk 404 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnole* Co.Land. . . .AIn 23.1 Lot 01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . seli.o: o.i.d.; ; .Amy 7.10 Iota Rf 8 and 4 8 SECOND . . . . . Qrelr Alfred, Itt. 4.79, :1 ;; t

,, All Bill 405 . . . . . . . . . " . Seminole Land AIn CoSemlnole . . . . 7.10 Lot 7"and"Lot'o'excppt'a'aYrip. . . . . . . .64. .ft wide. . .Ibert. fol P
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off N aideIo"snbRN1A
Co. . . . 23.1 loOt 04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land AIn "ri'vi". .a.02
:t, All B1I 400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnole Land AIn Co. 23.1? . . . . . . ; & -
II"t' 118 .. . . . . . . . . Land AIn 14.89-
. . . . . . . . . . . . A .
Lind.A .
. . . Seminole Co.Semlnole . . . . 6.87 Lot 6 Blk A Rprlr'
1 i All except Lot 2 BIll 407 . . . . In* Co. . . . 20.02All Lot 119 . . . ._ . . . . . . . . . . . Land AIn Lot Blk K ;. . . . . : '' . . . . . Iloylon N 9.11MATIIEW8'

.. . . Remlnole Land AIn CoBemlnole . . . . T.10 ADDITION:
except. ,Lot 5 Blk 408. . . . . . Ca. . . . 20.92 Lot 00 . . . .; . . . . . . . . . . . Land A8aminolaaLand WH Lot 2 Blk' O . . . . . . . . . . Mona WUIFountain. . ..t. 0.211 iW

All except Lot 4 Blk 400 . . . . . . . Bemlnole Land. .AIn : : :; T.10 Lot A. PATRICK 2 Itlk Q .ADD-. . . . . ... . . . Mr. C S. 9.11m" .y k
Co. . 20.92 Lot 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AIn Wt4( ; .
0' 18 . . . . . . . . Walter.. 11.80
. . Semlnole Land AIn Co.Bemlnole . . . . 6.8' fob 3 and 4 Blk J.orfOn.. 9
i .. All BIk' .10 . ... . . . . . . . . Co. . . . 23.17. Lot 82 . . . . . . . . i. . . . . . . Land AIn Let"l Blk 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . J'redd7. C.IoI.. /.. a.84

:,, All Blk. 411 . .: . . . . . . . . .. . . Semlnole. Co.Land. . .Ala 23.17 Lot 89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Co.Semlnole .Land. . . .AIn .. 1. J6- :J. W.4. 6g LILLY'S Blk 1 ADDIxtta i . .-. . . . . . i. . . Knight, Wtll ;. 11.21'. r

1' : . . . . . . Semlnole Land AIn CoBemlnole . . . . 7.10 Iota 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 Blk 2 Potter, . .: TAJ"T IP'A
All Blk .12 . . . .. . .. Co.. . . . 23.11 Lot Clt . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . Land AIn I F DoneaaViI Bub-I>l* of NH"o'r'flk'Vl"" of
J' Bemlnole Land AIn v .. Co.. . . . 6.8 NEVi' ot NW 14 of See 28 Tp 268. Rf2on
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; Blk 418 . . . . ', Co.. . . . 10.07 Lot M . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . UnknownUnknown . . . ..118< .
1 'I'j S Semlnole Laid AIn lot 8ft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.8 Lot 8 Blk 1 . . . . . . . . . . . ... W. "I 1.IT 4
111. ,
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.::1 All : . . . . . . . . . : Co.. . . . 10.07 Iat'6T' . . . . ; . . . . .... . . . . . Unknown . . . 6.5 Lou n and 6 Bit 1UNPLATTED " . . . . . .. R Q . 1.9Q.
Semlnole Land A Lot 118 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 6.8$ LANDS r
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All Bit 416 . . . . . . .. . . . . . . ... la* Co. ... .,. 1 7Semlnole Lot Og . .. . . . J. . . . . . . . Unknown. . . . 0.8 BPI 70 vd. N' nf SB ear of BWH" of SWU' c"i''' .
j, J. Land: Ala Tot TO : . .: ... . ; .1 . .;: . . . . . . Unknown . . . 6.5 ran N 70 7d., W 70 Ida. 8 10 yda, .
p All Blk .410.,. .. . .;. . . . ;. . . .. . Co. . . .'. ,19.9T1AR Lot 11 . ... . . . .. .,. . . . . . . Unknown . . 0.8! 7O .da RLRRIIILEB-- . . . .. . r . 111 II M 1 Leaeana. .,".Rapte....21WPflT .
Se Land A Lot 19 . ... .. ... . .. . .. . . . Unknown . ; . 0.8 : ,? i '
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.....'i' ..A.lIBlk I 418 ,: ., ".-.fH.\-. Selnio .ot'15 .. . . .. . .. . n" '' .... . . . I UnknownUnknown . . .. 0.8 . . . . . i..lr.4..1:; ,Unto BAI4DT i i. .t :]:8M t, Wi
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The Lure of the Land. =
Department. NO filTH NO FLIES ,
(Continued from page nine.)
. (Continued from page nine.)' I Japanese persimmon ending; the Int. Homes and 'Investments

of road under,State aid bave been constructed Should 'be' Campaign to Clean Up Obliging' That leaves us but a short time without'resh ::

and much more rapid Improvement frbit, and with our fruit closets -

I. expected under the new Breeding Places. fined with home canned fruit, jelly:; preserves J f

.law. "Swat-the-fly" campaign for 1912 One's FriendsYarrlngton and pickles.,all home grown, we in Dixieland

The movement struck Wisconsin in are well b". The elimination -of,this surely have' no reason for complaining.: ,-;--.- "

1907. No county or town in Wisconsin filthyand! dangerous Insect Is a desirable It Is the same or better with vegetables..

then owned a steam roller, and the mass end. The 'housefly, In addition, to,, If" ,_ We can have new Irish potatoes, Engish : .

. of the people were wholly\>> ignorant of being a demonstrated agent in the pcasi; celery lettuce radishes, ctb- Having Implicit faith m the future of Kissimmee, we hav j ,

modern methods of road' and bridge spreading of typhoid Is strongly BUS-; 'promised his friends to >age and beets in April, and each month made it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel ;.

: 'conetr ctlon. ,Then the commission was pected, on more or less conclusive) evidence buy the.box they wanted tor. one' dar wrings its own prod ct. We can have .. proud, and trust by honest, fair dealings to merit a continuance '

. .. created. Lecturers were sent to everyfarmers' I with relation to a large numberof at the automobile raoes. The best hie something fresh and green every monthin of a large portion of the real estate business in this .section. If
thing does Is to oblige
The farmers became dyeen'tery Yarrlngton' of Florida for the
Institute.
infections,Including cholera friendsand all the others, bad said the year. you desire a home in the, most favored section

interested and road drags began I Ir the Infantile diarrheas, diphtheriaand they: bad. no time to attend to the mat I have been told that English peas smallest price: that property can be secured for we invite. you to

to appear by the' hundreds. Demonstration -, contagious ophthalmia. About a and sweet corn will not grow here. I call on us.

roads were built in fifteen counties : billion flies were killed in various campaigns ter.The broker he went to said that know that both do well here if planted We offer Vacant Resident Property Improved City Prop.

.f: in the next two years. And now hard of 1911-a statement which while boxes were very' scarco, bethought at,.the right time and cultivated proper erty Truck Farms Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at

Is; roads planned by the State's engineers: seems impressive u'ntll.one, considersthe by paying a premium he ly. English peas must be planted in lowest prices to be obtained. '

I: and rolled "by the counties' rollers, are number of flies which escaped the might be able to wrench one by: main time to mature before hot weather. We

l"i succeeding the dragged% roads. slaughter. In Washington D. C., force from the eager throngs that picked the last of ours the 28th of April. _
'I.:; State reward. have done much fort alone some 7,000,000( flies were killed were battUng for them, provided$ Yar--The vies are now spaded under and the 1 NO, 601-An attractive home in Pine- No.429-Larlle; lot on which three-room located ,
In the last three liogton would take It for the two dale. This property Is just outside of one seven-room and one
roads of
the Michigan "
I by the "swat, the trap, drowning '"days: When he escaped from the bed planted to peepers. A second crop city limits, on hlah ground. Houseis house. Large: house is lighted with
t years. When road has been built and by electrocu- be electricity has toilet and kitchen .' ink,
sulphur fumes even broker Yarrlngton bad parted with of this delicious vegetable can grown two-story and contains eight rooms, ,
t, and approved by the Highway Department tion. Dr. Howard, of the bureau of, $40, but be figured on quickly disposing late in the fall. I all plastered and hard oil finish, two small house also has sinK and 1.oIlewe'. y
reward I I.. ranging I fine well. and large barn. will sell this as a whole or separately.This
the given : the porches,
out that in con- and the Just word to fertiliser. Thls'soil"a8
entomology, points of the box for Friday, a as This house Is locatedon lire-acre property i il well located, will pay
f, I from $250 to $1,000 a mile according genial climate of that city seven generations : |20 that -wou.ld be left was not much you know, is very deficient! organic I tract, with,beautiful view of the city 10 per-cent on Investment if rented.

i to the nature of. the improvement. This of flies may be produced in a split up among the crowd. '' matter, and if anything Is grown this ] and lake. Land Is adapted to citrus Price of both houses $2,000. 10;/" *

,(( plan has resulted in the construction: of single summer. One female' fly will He had his first Jolt the next morning must be supplied. The best way to get fruits and trucking.: This property can just
i numerous short good; roads in every batch of 120 eggs: ; when Flents telephoned that Imperative be had for 93300 on very favorable No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, ,
lay on an average a this humus is to plant velvet beans as Will short distance beyond city limits on
State which urve'as demonstration called him to Ban terms introduce customer lo
of the business
r part and if all these eggs from a batch laid be they are rank growers, and when they owner and let them deal direct. Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid :
roads and have done much to should hatch and Francisco, so his name must school churches and market. Price
( in the middle.of April are wilted by the first frost to turn high ,
educate and arouse1 sentiment. Michigan reproduce their kind in. like manner, scratched off the list. At noon Ker.sudden them under: Uproot every weed and No. 463-$4.000.-A beautiful six- $30.00 per acre. Terms part if.de
of1' States to vnack called up to Bay there was a and to date, as- sired.
was one the first create from a single room cottage new up
there would be by autumn, rush of business at the office and all crabgrass before it goes to( seed and bestos roof, all modern conveniences,
a Highway commission, but at first I female fly, a progeny of nearly six it was absolutely Impossible for him spade them under. If we return each bath room toilet, two lavatories, hot No. 437-We are offering some very

gave It little monev to spend. : thousand billion. And as each female to get away Saturday so Yarrlngton year to the soil as much or more thanwe and cold water cabinet mai.tel. electric desirable resident lots, located three

The new Idea, spreading eastward i may lay four bitches of eggs: the fig: must count him out. At three WoodS take from it, we will build up even lights. House furnished complete! shrubbery including blocks elevation from, for Court$300. House Alley, in on rear nice of high all

from the Mississippi Valley, did not I ure* for their unchecked development mere called up to say that since the white sand to a fertile condition.All In yard.piano. Large Nice flowers lot fronting and 1471 these lots. Cash or short time. Let

reach Ohio \lit full force until the present -! through a summer stagger the imagi- some of the party could not go be vines-sweet potato, pea vines car- feet on Verona street extending back us show vou these lots.

a year. But the legislature made up nation.: To "swat the fly" by the billion thought they might as well call off: the rot tops, and everything of the kind- 117 feet deep. A splendid home, delightful No. 301-An attractive home in Pine-

W for lost time last spring by creating a ': therefore means little says the party. should be spaded under while green. If location. Terms can be arranged dale This property Is jut outside of
commission with three departments, Medical Association on half of purchase price. limits high ground. House is
Journal of the American in addition to this barnyard .fertilizer. Is be city on
After Yarrlngton l\ad, confided some Property must be seen to appreciated. and contains eight rooms, all
it with law and providing survive two-story
arming a good so long as those that the used in abundance the manufacturer of Let us show it to you.
bitter things to himself over plastered and hard oil finish, two
liberal aid. This commission has hr.ve unchecked opportunity for breed- commercial fertilizer will not get so
treachery of humanity In general be porches, fine well and large barn. This
I I had time to do only preliminary work, ing. There is even more weight there- bunted the broker and asked him much of our money and our land will No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house, bouse is located on a five-acre tract,
up
but It proposes a system of Inter.c unty fore, in Stockbridge's statement that to take back the tickets. He had no not get burned out. just lot contains inside city two limits acres, of fine ground deep, well good with beautifnl view of the city and

highways which will gridiron the State during 1911 filthy breeding places were compunction about this as there was Commercial fertilizer feeds the new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, all and lake. trucking.Land i is adapted This property to citrus can fruits be

with splendid roads. cleaned up,. which, if left alone\ would such a demand for them. The broker plants but to use it intelligently one under good new fence. Fine locationfor had for $3,300 on very favorable terms. '
t AN EXPENSIVE FOLLY. have given opportunity for the propagation smoothly said he had such a quantity must know just what food the plants small truck garden: poultry ranch. Will introduce customer to owner and #

\ Westward the course of modern methods of incalculable billions. ttetter of boxes on band that he really could need and then know what per cent of will this have is a fine the proposition freedom of where the country you will, let them deal direct.

took its way more slowly, and usually -, than "swatting" the fly ia the prevention -, not think of paying the full price forYarrlngton's such food the different fertilizers con- yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages -
I but that he would at No. 308: Small farm inside of city
progressive Kansas clung to its I of its breeding; by cleaning up the I YarrIng- tam. of the city, such as splendid limits. This property consists of a five- .

": road motto, "Hew to the section line," places where it thrives the insanitary I great iieroonal. sacrifice. give 1 read recently in the agricultural pa. I high; school, best markets, churches, acre tract within a quarter of a mile of /I
for It.Thereupon
ton $10 .
r until 1909. One expensive bridge built privy the dead dog and horse allowed Yarrlngton uai
r in Kansas in 1908 has never been used. to lie unburied until putrid. the dug sharp things and departed resolved to by fertilizers not being up to standard.In I I city lots on which is located a vation.four-inch City flowing is: well building land all in fast culti in .
'I very
'1 It followed a section line into a precipitous heap, the uncovered garbage: can and. sell the tickets himself since selling a recent report I see the statement nice new five-room' cottage fine view thin direction; lots will soon command a I'

\ bluff through which an approach the spittoon. How this can be done. was so much more profitable than made that 'the product of the San ford 1'I' of the lake cool breezes.the This property good price if owner should desire at anytime
close to
could not be built. The highway department -I is located proposed to nub-divide and sell it for residence -
.I\' cart be learned frjm the health depart- buying. celery fields is now of very inferior qual- I electric line, on high level lots. A / .
has ,put? an,, end to such expensive I mentts of many states and lie called up Wattles and asked It ity. It' does not bleach readily, and' bargain at $1600. Let us show you this purpo es. Price $1,500.( "

.Ii... follv. ties, and from civic leagues municiPali-1 I be 'didn't want races.Vattles a box for one jumped day at dealers in the large cities claim that it property.No. :-"No. 309-Fine garden and poultry /

There are few rock roads in Kansas gamzations.: the automobile Bent over will not hold up until it can be sold. SJ29: -A very desirable 4-room proposition. This place contains two f
the chance Yarrlngton
'$ as yet, but the commission is building at no Wattles This has. resulted in general dissatisfaction cottage, located within one block of acres new fi-room house with porches '
the tickets and a bill for $20. in front and side fine\ artesian well
f numerous oiled and sand-clay roads, Haley-Hunter. the telephone out by with Florida celery, and many of Osceola county court house in best resIdence one ; location/
nearly tore I section of House is new, with pump on porch. Choice
over which .an average team cap haul I Married at the Baptist pastorium. I the roots and the boy with the tickets the dealers assert that they will not ceiled throughout:city.citv water: lot T3x for small truck or poultry farm. The!
three times as much as the same much as another The land if subdivided into lots is worth the
over the afternoon of June 1. r.iJ.!'! ', Mr carne bock looking very handle it season. growers 1471 feet. Price 1250. Let us sHow
? roads before such improvement. I on and Miss. Lola I I though he had been shot out 01 a in Sanford have for years been using ; this cottr.ge.BUSINESS. price asked without any improvements.We .
Bascorri Everett Haley are offering this for
Before the road drag became famous, four tons ( con.mercial property
three
gun. from to o
Hazel 1 Hunter, Dr. A. J Holt officiat! LOCATIONSNo. $1,550; terms on "part if desired. The
Missouri had no'mid-western rival for \ J It seemed that Wattles thought fertilizer to the acre. i town is growing in this direction andproperty

a the bad-roads championship, save Iowa. ing. Yarrlngton wan giving him the box Wood ashes, barnyard fertilizer, green 12-We have in the heart desirable of the will enhance in value very
hugely. business section some very
him
Even the drag and the highway depart PLEASANT TASTING and so the bill offended beard ot a crops turned under and IJTe to sweeten : I vacant lots which we offer for sale. rapidly.
that Yarrington
ment's Earlier efforts could only make After to the races when necessary, make a first class These lots will enhance in value very ORANGE GROVE .
who wanted to go I
the state blink drowsily. Demonstration man fertilizer. rapidly. These are a safe and profitable
MEDICINE and promised Jo send over the tickets.: investment. Price and full infor- No. Twenty-hve-acre orange
: roads were built, but.created only LIQUID Before he did so Kernack phoned that L have heard it said that commercial mation to interested parties.No. grove, all under good fence. Railroad
k local interest, and literature was scattered on no account was Yarrtngton- dispose fertilizer was preferable because one runs through grove; station adjoining'

:, broadcast with fettle apparent the of the box, as he, had some using it has no weed, and so it saves 471-A 20.acre home. This splendid property; good school and church within
sult. But on October 28 last a highway Act at Quickly at C.lomel."T.ku friends to whom he had promised It. cultivation. Weeds are the farmer'sbest property lies 2 miles uiorUi from quarter mile of property. All crops

,',. was opened from St. Louis! to Kansas Place'of Calomel, and it Abu-' After Yarrington had told the other friend, as they help to add humus soil town with, is practically fine chocolate level subsoil, rich dark 16 acres gray this that place.can be grown If you in desire Florida a do home well on in
;
City, and now three ..other hignways !si i lately Harmlett. '. man that bft could not have the tick. to the soil. if turned under, and they cleared and in cultivation, the 'remain- Florida (write or call on us quick as this

are being prepared. i eta Kernack called up to ear that his be force (he farmer ;.o cultivate and lack ing 4 acres fenced, covered with a good property win not be on the market longat

Tennessee and Arkansas owe their Dodson's Llver.Tone is the name of friends were leaving town and of cultivation Is the crime of modern growth of pine timber with some scat- the price named. This property we
didn't want the box after all. tering oak: about 11 acres of nice young are offering for a short time for $12,500.
awakening almost wholly to the United I the new vegetable tonic which Kissim- By this time Yarrington was In an farming, especially in Florida.Air thrifty grove III bearing, besides a num- Will sell as a whole or divided into two

State. Office of Public Road The 1910 i mee Drug Co. recommends as a perfect exceedingly tense and nervous state and sunshine are needed to fer bir of fine Japanese persimmon trees, parts if desired.No. .

census figures showed that in nineteen substitute for calomel. Without causing and hated the world\ vehemently. He tilize. Air consists essentially of oxy some peaches, mulberries, blackberries, 415-Very desirable vacant lot
kinds of and few bananas
two a
counties where the roads were unimproved any restriction of habit or diet, was a cynic on the subject of friendship gen 20 per cent and nitrogen 79 percent The buildings grapes are comfortable, but not containing three acres, just outside

the population had decreased Dodson's Liver-Tone starts the liver tp and desperate as regards his $40.> with about one-half, per cent of of great value, consisting or a box city limits In West KimlmmeA', good

14,086, while nineteen counties'with improved working: and cures constipation, biliousness It was manifestly Impossible for him carbonic acid and always a trace of house of 5 large rooms, porch, several place to start poultry farm or truck ','
roads had' gained 150.848. This etc, without any harmful to, stand on thestreet corner and outbuildings, such as grain houses, tool garden dose; to churches and schooL
wave the tickets In the faces of tbe water.taYou and wagon sheds, stables, etc. One A bargain at $175. Let us show youth
fact so aroused Tennessee that its counties after-effects. another the air contains a large surface well. la lot.
passers-by: but he Alt on see percentage deep artesian well and one
are Organizing and voting bond is The fact that calomel is mercury has of that most expensive elementof This land adjoins the finest orange 20-acre on" .,
plan. No. 381-A tract located
4 sues. One Tennessee county has voted kept many people who are afraid of Taking the office boy Into a corner fertility, nitrogen. Air also contains grove in the country, growing on the marl road two miles from depot on ,F
: a $3,000,000 ,issue, and $1,400,000 baa mercurial, poisoning: from using it. Calomel tickets Into his same kind of land. All kinds of crops
he. thrust the bated oxygen. Admit the oxygen to encouragingly on this land and it St Cloud road. Property has good ...(
been voted by others In recent months is a good thing to let alone. All bands. the soil and it at once proceeds to grow is the prettiest place for a home in this house and three-acre orange grove In

Arkansas has.,' created a highway com-'' persons jean use >Dodson's Liver-Tone. "you go out.there to,the track, be break down the old combinations and to section of the country. There Is a fine bearing.: This grove will yield from, ) ",
Whether have been In the habit of "and sell these tlcketa for I. of the outside of 1000( to 1200 boxes of oranges each '
jnission;which.Is working along similar they ordered, will attack the line forest trees on
form new ones. ,1 even year. Sufficient: land cleared and In
'Jinea.. f.aklnacalom.1 or not, for it Is entirely what you can .eU Don't you dare the fence, with a beautiful palm inside '
.
cultivation Increase twelve
U I rock particles of which the soil consistsand cedar to grove to
c back with them. because : of the yard also some thrifty
Oklahoma met the wave of awakened vegetable: and cannot do harm. Kls- com\ them again I cant will aid in tearing; them apart and trees,'maples, magnolias live oaks .nd or fifteen acres, and at same time can \
ever set eyes: on be.yielding ace garden truck desired. .
I
'sentiment halfway by convening Its first irames Drug Co. will give the money answer for the result" ,In making them soluble. Air. rain and several other varieties of shade trees If In search of properly that will bring ., -*

legislature In special session to create a back to any dissatisfied purchaser. A little later Woodmere telephonedthat sunshine can be made to produce plant I and We want ornamental to introduce shrubbery to and the flowers.owner results this fall and at all timeswht1P. .

highway Department and provide a Price fifty cents. be wanted.the seats for'.his cons food from the raw elements in the soil. of this land and let you you buy direct. You extending new grove: Investigate this,'' : ',.
1 chair of In the and when he learned' that of the food on and favorable This property Is convenient to town,
Highway! Engineering: vice first and; particularly where construction ins family, The liberation plant goes can buy it at a bargain on
:, ,Agricultural) and Mechanical College ,is difficult, is building roads they were unavailable he said that the as long as fresh supplies of air are introduced term. of payment.No. has Price marled M.200.road on one-side, one end.-, -

Stillwater.,. Taking' advantage of its Yarrtngton might think that was into the soiL
that will last tor centuries. ; friend of longstanding 463 Twenty acres located in Park "
to treat a No.402-Fine 20-acre located
right way: -
orange grove
it is oil and
'--.l .natural products', building GETTING TOGETHER. but as for himself he had his Providence or nature is often blamed Gardens; five acres in cultivation, ten inside city limits, close to school,
; )4 asphaUum l' ada. One Oklahoma county It Is noteworthy that all these State opinion of such conduct. He for crops reduced or shortened bydrouth, I acres fenced, fine 2-inch flowing well. and churches This property consistsof ,

Tulsa, is planning permanent roads highway departments are working along said own that Yarrtngton. might have but not Justly, for the blame lies with This i is conceded to be the best nonresidentwho tract in forty acres of land twenty acres of'
owned
Park Gardens, by a
to cost $1,000.000, and numerous other lines''practically the same. All are trying known bq' would want the tlcketa If those who fail to keep up the moisture- desires to sell. We will- furnish which is in bearing orange and grapefruit -
cleared .
: counties hare !issued bonds for tbe same to put an end to poll-tax labor the' Yarrlngton bad .given the matter the holding vegetable matter in their soil you with owner's address and you can and In trees cultivation, ten acres; good additional five-room cot-"

purpose., least efficient, most expensive road labor ,elUhteet thought. and who fall to cultivate so as to get all deal directly with him. The price is attractive tage; two deep wells. This is an ex..

,1 i Colorado Is building: the finest system obtainable; .all are working for the properties of plant food from sun, of and terms price can if be desired.secured on cellent location where you will have

I ..of roads In the Union Its commission, uniform systems of road administration When the office boy: came back that rain and air.I part purchase the freedom of country life with city
He said advantages Possession can be secured .
C which was organized In 1910 has designated ; Sand all are advocates of trunk night he looked the haggard.people he was 'the ,have said nothing about the ornamental No. 458-Ten acres adjoining city on short notice. See this proposition.,' !

twenty official highways, with a line .road systems. In nearly every that support by-telling of three widowed mothers but what Is home without limits cleared, on the fenced Orlando and hard ready road.for Landis the before purchasing. Price, $ ,500; terms *' .. I Con .
only -
combined length of L645; miles cover- State the chief effort Js-to get State and*eight brothers and sisters he had flowers ? Here in this section of .Flor plow. The elevation is high, suitable part.

log the State., The State uses its ,convict and Interstate roads Improved first, with old the Fridays tickets among the ida the choicest of hot-house roses can for citrus fruits and trucking. This ,j

., *, both in the quarries and In road the l idea that these concrete examples! throne at the track for a paltry dollar be grown out ot doors. They are perfectly property "will, soon be available for resIdent No.five-room 465.-$775 will purchase a AddU.ROOd, 'u
new In Carson
construction, and I.''plannIng 'to spend of good roads will have Interest-creat : apiece. He said b. had Intended to hardy and one can 'have them almost purposes A bargain, as the at city I1200.00.is expanding tlon. House Is cottage located on two 10taJiOx'tj

( $1 ,OOO.ooa In State aid big and educational effects which will Invest, In one himself, but that In a the entire year. It would take rapidly. 164 feet each, close to the lake, where f,

.' 'But'perhaps'the highway development soon result in the Improvement of roads lucky moment be had hunted out the too long to tell of the beauties of No. 459-Five acres inside city, cleared you will .enjoy the cool breeze from.the

1 ', ,iin Mew Mexico'' is: most wonderfull of radiating from them. box and aat. In It. He regretted to I flowers and shrubs that can be grown fencedand plowed, ready for cultivation constantly. This is one of the very.
\ worth
that It was the very worst onethere This tract Is near the Aultman best bargains we have on our list
New Mexico" is and the most interesting ofthe say: make the home a thingof
all thinly Perhaps and that
poor for position and that after he here farm on high: ground.; $1000.00 takes it. considerably more money than we are
populated: Its ,?topography seemed to proposed inter-state: highwayOOJTlIT bad found be would have an \ unrestricted beauty, but if a resident of Florida asking; for it. We will be pleased to

I. make easy.grade; highways an impost! cured fact, almost .a completed) fact. view of 'one poet a corner offence does not have an abundance and varietyof No. 443-Ten acres located in Park show you this property.

/ .. billty J and the lack of water, an abundance This la the Santa .'. trail highway. and & blank wall be decided be fruit, flowers and vegetables it is Garden. all under good new fence, land

> of which essential In road building which for the greater; part Missouri's would not.buy a ticket. either because be does not know how or plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to No. 473We have two eight-room board-
get on and start without any de houses suitable for rooming or ,,
; was another handicap. But New first' State highway follows. The trail "What did you do wit: the Saturday will not.take the trouble for Florida n lay. We can offer crop this ten acres with Ing purposes; they have electric lights

Mexico preated a highway commissIon extends on through. Kansas,.Colorado tickets Yarrlngton asked In a the land of plenty. All possibilities are the above Improvements for the same water and sewer connection.' .locatedin

1 In 1909. provided a tax and set Its convicts and'New Mexico, these three cooperating -; bollow ',olc.. in this soil.-Nellie M. Jerauld in Pen- price that unimproved land is being sold splendid resident section. Call on us.
''7 to work.. In less than two years to make their end of It a magnificent i The office boy burst Into tears. "I 1 sscola JournaL for in this tract. Our price $1000.00. and we will show them to you. The
-IIMt 'ein}" be Bobbed. Terms on cart if desired. prices are reasonable, terms easy.H .
:
te this department:; .ha.. 'inspected l.QOO() scenic boulevard. "Well1 that's lucky' anyway' ," said ,.
miles of road, surveyed and platted 600 With this ,fifteen-hundred mlleliigh- Notice tothe" Public

4 constructed 160; and repaired 200 miles. way established, the dream of national Yarrlngton
''no Idle: Butwheth.r Tb. post office'at Kissimmee Park I M BREAKER & CO. ;I
It has practically completed four' principal turnpikes longer seems While There: Is Life.
/ highways-lbe LasVegn.R.ton these, great highways' come I Drummer-Well, I'm sorry I cantpayyou will hereafter transact Domestic Money , .

the and San. soon or late,"the Mid-West Is certain of: borrowed from bu lne... .' '
... and Colorado, Albuquerque ':' that,.ten,I you Order .-i Over Osceola Pharmacy :- .
:ta Fe, the S Clty-Mogolloni; and the really' good.local roads-roads'which last time I went on the roaov. By order of the Post Office Depart. ..KISSIMMEE FLORIDAHighway \ .

':fl sw.lC.rrizo2OrosdLt. .New Mexico will bring: the farmer closer to his town Auto 'pnimmer-That's 'an' .light. NELS C. ENGE.: ,

I' :U a doing temporary work, either, It and will do much to end the isolation of old man., 'Some one of these 'daTa. meat. ,* ..
on the'road.wb Postmaster.,
.
... I run across :you 24-lt
fe developing! .highways. of greatest ser- farm nf .-Lee Shippey,In Collier's., may matterevWud \\.1..
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