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: July 12, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00550
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'. 'Peaches from Paradise Island: ;. ENGLISH ARMY MEN ;SCHOOL' '

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'...\!I:: Farm. Bring: ,Handsome 'Returns, 1:..:; .. ARE. INTERESTED IN SEP MBER > Run for Governor ,Next Time" ? '


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First Shipment. .' Retailed in New')York for Five Cents EaCnT]'APt. HUNTER IN KISSIMMEE' CHANGES IN TEACHING STAFF :I.It Would Be. Another Case, of "From Deck Hand to Governor" .1, -

A Successful Osceolm Enterprise. LJke Broward's.This .

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'. Peaches. grown..Is Osceola. county have i voald"r, likely not care to'have 1 published., I I Represents Number of His Fellow: BOar Has Busy Session. Sf.i week Is the first sitting of the most diligent- members} of that body. ,

been retailing in the Northern markets but one which he is proud\f, and this i Cloud School Honorable James W. Perkins on thebeneb'of.tbe'Circult He didn't support Fred Cone for presi- .
will
, Officers Who Look for j Building Court 'in lent of the
for an average of ten dollars a box la one which contributes tonis success Investt t and for Senate and Fred didn't, to 1

.... and.upward. Think of that t And yet .. a marketer of, peaches Is the at- '. be Enlarged. Osceola county.. Judge Perkins somewhat any noticeable extent place' love offerings -
c. I ment In. This Section. i new to the job, but he fa on the Perkins .
some lay that peaches cannot be grown tractive manner In which he'puts them very doorstep. Perkins
1. successfully in Florida. up. Jimmy Davis is hi. packing house. much .t'bom' and is making a good got only one chairmanship and that '
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.... . ,The proof visible can be readily obtained foreman, and Is now working force of Country schools will open the first 'judged,''If' .it should happen that. Judge one, rtjads and bridges There wasn't
Calcutta Kissimmee
From to from
by catching Postmaster Frank some fifteen or twenty hands. The week In August according to resolution Perkins didn't make a good judge it much to do, 'but what there was Perkins

# Vans Agnew when he's in a goodhu fruit is carefully! selected and placed fn the post of assistant surveyor general l of the Board of Public Instruction would be-unusual, for he has a way of! did It. II. notified] hip comnMttee-

: : mor (which mean. any time) and getting the most professionally approved fashion of India to become a private citizen of and the Kiasimme'e schools will open succeeding all things that be undertakes men that they were going to have r S-, '
Florida, perhaps : sounds rather unreal I just a month' later, or the first Monday ,with seriousness, and the ular meetings of
.. him to pilot yoit over to his Paradise between layers of finely striped, by that committee. and,
eh ? Well stranger things are happening in September, the date actual same token if the if at the
.. ., Island farm. vari-colored paper. The peaches arrive being judge should take it hour for the meeting the '

J I' .; '.. J Tb. peach orchard is there and the in New York unbruised, and blushing in the development of this section, Sept. 2. Into his bead after his judicial career is others were not present that he was :
.. and the visit of Capt. F. K. Hunter, H. The Board
. *Sr, crop is being packed and shipped every cosily out from such an attractive nest M. S. deal held a meeting Monday, rounded out to enter politics-then going to take up the bills and pass upon '
'f*. day at the rate of from thirty to fifty that the buyer is" induced to part with may mean a great more and it was a busy session. All members there will be something of the good old them and report them unanimously I
than the enrollment of
just one English
I. of the
.. crates. They go by fast express and his five cents per each. It would be I Board were present. A order stirring.He one way or the other. They didn't see
reach New York in the best of condi- unfair to the proprietor of the Paradise subject as a tax payer in Osceola coun- number of routinematters; were disposed has all the colorful sides to make the use. He did. Perkins had his

I" tion. The rather fabulous figures men- farm to say that he resorts to tricks of ty.Capt.. and his Hunter brothers r of in addition to the appointment of him a popular figure. If, for example, committee meetings all by himself all Jk

I "Uoned have actually been paid this sea- trade to sell his wares, for the fruit is interested in the lands of this section are, teachers to fill vacancies. Three of the he should like to run for governor, and during the session. This little revelstion -'"* ;
teachers
heretofore employed in the should be elected-Florida would have
4..on though the market at present is worth the la du-fold. It shows how '
;, > money anyway. and this Is'not his first vls here. He earnest
I somewhat off Prices remain good butS >-- -- Osceola High School did.not apply and another story of "From Deck Hand; to and persistent is Perkins and it shows

Gothamtea! are now getting their fruit I came last year, and he is(hcre again their successors were appointed. Miss Governor." as in the case of Broward. how negligent and indifferent are two
BIG CONTRACT FORKISSIMMEE this year, this time on a year's leave. es McKenzie Davis and Lawson When
. at slightly reduced Cguri.I \ did a man pursues the quiet ave- thirds of the representatives sent to
His brother
Harry came down from New
I Mr. Vans Agnew has been not file applications for reappointment. enues of activity his neighbors soon Tallahassee.
shippingLfor
1 some three weeks and his : *'. York with him, and Mrs. Hunter wil\ Their places were filled by electing forget the hardships encountered by It '
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net ,r < *- FIRM join him here in a fortnight and here was during the session that the ,.
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I per crate, until the slump came, I Misses Estelle Butler, Nora Hart and him on the way up-provided he be circuit court bill passed creating addi- '
will remain for
they the greater part I May Chisholm. Their assignment to then successful If he his ,,
parade
upwards of $5.50. There are six i tional circuits. Judge Perkins was not .
of the Hunter
$ - baskets to the crate and an average of WILL year. Capt. doesn'texpect I grade will take place later. Miss Nan strenuosity-then they weary of It. an heir to one of the newly created '
BUILD positions
.,1 COURT HOUSEOn to become a settler just yet. It nie Reese
I forty peaches to the basket. The first was appointed to the position There has been no cause for Judge however. Hi appointment
: is this way. you see : The English army o'f instructor of music in the Oaceola Perkins to bring forward the ev4ntfu .
I;:: retailed at five cents each. So the calculation officers in India retired witha cam. about through the refusal Gov. ,4
are
I. ia easy., The figure exceeds Monday the Sumter County Boardof comfortable serving after High School. cnaracter of hi youthfufdaya, but If Gilchrist to reappoint Judge Minor S. 1

a this, even, when it is remembered thatA Commissioners, opened l>ids for the pension thirtytwoyears I TEACHERS' SALARIES INCREASED. he should declare himself for an office Jones. Perkins was not himself an
of I
*. a plate of the fruit served in a fashionable erection; of the new court house at service. They are still young A matter of moment to the teachersin of lofty lodgment, there would be ma- applicant. His friends suggested his '

I cafe, three peaches to each plate Bushnt'll, and awarded the contract for 'men, comparatively speaking. Those the city school was tne action of the terial in plenty for his press agent to name, and Gov. Gilchrist was disaffected. -
'who in from
I makes a dollar look very sick. the same to Mr. U. D. Waring of Kiss- go (England enter at the I Board in raising{ the .salary limit of all dig out. He told them he would appoint
17 18.! Hunter
01 or Capt. entered
I ages the teachers except the principal, first Judge Perkins' from e
The Florida grower is not so much I immee. parents came Perkins if that member could producethe
from
I interested in the, price that the ultimate I The firm of Ludlam & MacDonough, the Royal Military Academy of I assistant and assistant i primary teach- Georgia up about Rome. He's relatedto proper endorsements. They
Canada, and put in more time at his !got
f 1 consumer pays, not that lie is as heartless architects of thin ci b. represented Mr. studies, hence he didn't I ers. Seaborn Wright the lecturer, but busy in his behalf, and now It Is Judge '
begin service I ADDITION TO ST. CLOUD BUILDING that should not be counted him ,
as other money barons who have a Waring and will supervise the con- against Perkins.
clutch on the markets, but the laws of struction of the building which is estimated quite so young, but he is still quite The Board determined upon makingthe for he is also related to Moses Wright He is stopping at the Gravstone this -

trade hold good in the marketing of: to cost $60.000.) The structure young, to say nothing of being very contemplated additions to the St. the politician, who is Seaborn's brother. week and Mrs. Perkins is with him. .
attractive and One
entertaining could .
Florida will be two stories Cloud school building. Such additionswill His father was not a "forty-niner"
products as they do on manu- in height, surmounted She has been accompanying him about
!'factored by an The scarcely help being entertaining after be made onto the rear of the building but he was a fifty-oner and tried his
: ,. products-the retail price isis.jernitrolled imposing tower. buildIng fifteen of varied service in India the circuit since ne was appointed. He
in will be of reinforced years and will provide IIn auditorium for luck in the gold fields of California.
whole-
large measure. by proper con- China, Manchuria and far married soon after he began his struggles -
,! ...ale cost. crete, with pressed brick sides. which countries. After these other officers away school purposes. The additions will H. came back however, went throughthe as a young lawyer. Since that

(/ . Mr. Vans Agnew has received better will greatly enhance the architectural served their time India have I amount to about $2000, and will: bring war and then moved to Leesburg, time, the briefless barrister has become ',

returns for his crop, very probably, beauty of Sumter's county seat. The ready to try it somewhere in else they, and are it ; the total cost of the building up to between later drifting to Key West. It was a wealthy person-he has some eightyodd -

a, than other growers.. but if this is the advisabilty| of erecting the buildinghad the meantime be six and seven thousand dollars. from there that Jimmie went to sea. acres in citrus fruits, and everything ,
in they can acquiringa I The structure is built of brick and the Nobody will blame him. Even at the
been discussed .
case it is not because he has any pull for the past five to make a man comfortable) and
't with the buyers. There is logically a years in Sumter! but it Appears that competence for them.to retire on, so muc1tbotbetter / I additions will be in keeping with the tender age of twelve Jimmie saw that happy. Judge and Mrs. Perkins came' .

!: "'reason, and a viat to his farm and packIng the Board could not get concerted action Hunter for the I body of the building. Bids are to be Key West was no proper place for a over in their car.Rosewater. .

_..t .., house will disclose It. on the matter. On the fourth of Capt. year past has advertised fOllf'and must be sent under lad to live. He shipped on a coastwise a

,. The Paradise orchard covers five last March bids were opened, but been other a subscriber officers to became the Valley Gazette.The I seal to Supt. W J. Sears before the schooner and did the work of deck hand Known Here -

4 acres, about evenly divided between through some disagreement over details interested Init. next regular meeting of the Board in time, though: he worked around as .

Early Bidwells and Angels. The Bid- they were rejected. The Board The name first attracted them- The original plans will be followed. cabin boy and did other menial things ,

I' wells have been in season for some then employed Ludlam & MacDonoughto which i-mee. they Then all insist upon onl f calling Kiss- before his muscles became hardened to Steam Roller Engineer ReIated't to _ _
one by they
began to ;
'weeks the is revise the plans and furtherbids' MEIKLEJON'S' the standard required for swabbing the .
Angel vanety just com secure subscribe until, the Valley Uazette hasa IDEA One of Ki immte's Merchants..I:" ,' _
This decks and splicing the main brace. I
ing in. The orchard is only four years was done and in the final .
::; 'old. but it has been bearing three years. competition some twelve contractors very respectable circulation in India. There were intermittent periods, be- Victor Rosewater, chairman of, the

.. It might be interesting to state here essayed to do the work with the result Between Capt. Hunter's descriptions of TAKES LIVE HOLD tween shipping dates, when Jimmie Republican National Committee; who ,
the Kissimmee
and the
country descriptive presided all temporary chairman of the
"" that Mr. Vans Agnew got his nursery' that Mr; Waring secured the award. burned charcoal in tha woods between
I articles in the Gazette the officers convention in Chicago it brotherinlaw
stock from the Glen.St.. Mary Nursery.The The significant fact attached to this Miami and Key West and sold the product a -
have become immensely interested, anda of M. Katz of Kissimmee of '
transaction is that all the WINS of these sylvan aojournings one
trees are in fine color and condition parties con- STANFORD'S SUPPORT 4
part of Capt. Hunter's mission hereis the oldest citizens '
Jtown's and most
; very few of them show any signs nected with it are Kissimmee people. i through the streets of Key West, calling -
to what be done toward
see can
securing prominent business
Mr- out all day,'"Charcoal, dollar a barrel I men.
. of die-back. There are some undersized Waring left for Bushnell Wednes- and ,
other
. trees, bnt these are going to betaken day evening and on Thursday, signed properties groves for his fellows investment That R. W. Meiklejon's communication !" and its equivalent in Spanish, for Rosewater married Miss Katie Katfcl
taking care I Jimmie had the Castilian of Baltimore in January' 1904. Even. '
picked
the lingoto ,
!; up arid replaced at the end of various contract that they shall be kept UP and sriven addressed to the Board of Trade, .
) IB season. They have been carefully The actual work will begin as soon aa the attention- concerning the necessity of promptly that degree through voyages to. at that time young Rosewater was t
necessary until the time '
: worked and tended. Mr. Vans preliminary Cuba.In prominent in national politics and he "
arrangements are com
Agnew com'es for them to quit India. There securing adequate municipal dock facilities -
.i.t t Is no mean horticulturist ; he is alsq pleted. A number of the mechanicswill are many nearing the period of retirement has aroused sentiment in Its favor the course"; of time Jimmie gave and his bride were entertained by Mr..

, 1.;. some considerable forester, and it is not be taken from Kissimmee. and the is of Is easily evident. up the sea, regretfully, somewhat, but Roosevelt at a White House luncheon.
prospect one near
, : *every person who tries to grow peaches -- realization."I Prominent business men and capitalists his duties called him home and he bad How things change In politics was

''t -1'who can be possessed of his knowledge.He CAPT. TRENClTPIES see great improvement in Kissira-. are aware that the city, with its to find employment ashore, and subsequently shown Tuesday when Rosewater assist** .'.:.;-4J"'" -a- .
t ;": knows trees and understands their rapid growth, needs such conveniences after spending two year. In ed the Taft steam roller to cut oft the. ..,.. .
mee, remarked Capt. Hunter shortly and in the future the demand for ;' '
near Roosevelt wind.
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; .needs.. It would hardly be Arizona with hi. father who was in-
overstating after his arrival. "It is such will become It is '
Popular' Resident Succumbs to Recent very wonder- imperative. apparent
,'i' ,. .it,to say that he knows every kind ofjtre. ful to see how the place II going ahead. that if steps are not taken now dian agent under Cleveland lmmle' returned Edward Rosewater, father o'f'Victor, .t- .

II r ;; on his island and If any 'them Injuries. I enjoy being here. I remained last looking to this end that the cost will be to Florida and took up his abodeat was a White House telegraph>h op.ratorjy !Jt' ,

" \ have a peculiarity he ia acquainted many times more. DeLand as clerk, in a general merchandise under Abe Lincoln. during the war.' ''( -.., _ _
Captain William Lerpoer Trench year as long as I could and this time I The city already sufficient ) !fl '\I
'2. : lt possesses It was long hours and After that period he went westward ,, .
.'prith % who In a long period of gentlemanly have a year's leave. Mrs. Hunter will water front for its needs for some time store. ...:It't:
Among his forest friends there is one living had endeared himself to friends be here as soon as I < an make to come, but the bruising question is to little pay and In order to eke out his and settling in Omaha founded the : .: .:;

d' which h.. never been catalogued. This arrangements get it transformed into dock property hire Jimmie accepted th. offer of the Omaha Bee; in the course of time 1 be' '. \S ,':
In all parts of the world, died at the for a house. '
I.i. _'eccentric individual among the gentle- instead of mere beach front. sheriff to help him with his books. In became, prominent In ,th.. politlClof-t. .... :: .
hospital in Orlando: Tuesday night as Captain Hunter's conversation was President H. C. Stanford, of the ;; .
'Jf. of I this he to read law After Nebraska and made the ohce for 'L-tof'I1,
' jm.nupstanding the wood hal been way came race a1pf !
.'.' the result of injuries from a fall sever turned by his interviewer upon affairsin Board of Trade speaking! of the matter
. ..f'rthe obbject of wonder to every visitor al days before. The remains were India. The country is being Amer- says Mr. Meiklejorrs suggestionswill reading on his own book for a year he 'seat In the United 'Statss'S.nate. H. 1'1 '1 '.

i 7'to:: the Island since the present proprietor -, canlzed undoubtedly'be taken up by the conceived the idea that be was heeled was defeated and shortly after the result ., "r l .P ii
; brought to Kissimmee Wednesday and rapidly; he says. It first beganby "
4 foolc: possession. All have been : Board at the next meetm and he Is and equipped and applied for admission. was known.he was found dead In. t
interred Rosehill the advent of
at cemetery, Rev. young American en- confident that serious consideration will ,
Yc. i taken out and given guess., yet nobodytilt. David D. Kidd rector of St. John'sEpUcoprl &"ineers. The greatest coal and iron be given it. "There are a great many Being examined by a committee of the Bee building.. There was no sug-A -.\.,.

u.4tver been ableto place it. This is I church performing the last mines of the world are in India, though people" continued Mr. Stanford "who lawyers, appointed by the-circuit judge, ee.t on of suicide* and It was rather

'G.. ecau.e everyWMy who guesed ad- sad rites they remained for all time until would prefer a launch or a racing motor Jimmie was kindly but firmly informed &"enerallyaccepted that'tit. disappoint .

tD4 tikbefore he registered his opinion recent boat to an automobile but they are deterred that he knew. much about the I law meat.and worry over biB defeat brought ., 14, i'
Trench received his title hidden treasure.
Captain years W ben from the
they purchasing same on account -
4bIt'Iiwaa incorrect. For example as be did before he began reading. on a heart attack which ended his life.
of
the inadequate dock facilities.
from service .in the British army he were finally discovered and the development I '
J.Ttn.woud say, "It looks like a gumbo- having fought'in the Crimean war. He began, American knbwledee and I They !go elsewhere and Kissimmee i.I is They advised him to read !some more. Victor Rosewater the son, IUcc'eedect i

'1im ':but It lBn'U"jVThe. Jong, slick afterward came to America and settled skill were drafted to do the work .this i the loser. :' Jimmie had saved up some money-not his father aa editor, and Charles another :,,
; Mr. Stanford ia much in earnest
GC the resembles tHe very but he had to \
F4body: tree much. enough squeeze of the -
gumbo- son, is treasurer Omaha Bee
In Georgia later coming to Narcoossee, invasion led to investment, of AmerIcan 'regarding the procuring of more water ""
limbo in that respect and in its poise, front. He that Kissimmee him through a year at Columbia Law company. .. ... .
where he lived many years with W. J. capital. There is great I is aware .4
r' i byt it'hasn't the color.. Another guest S. Carr and later at the Point with the nity for foreign capital be says opportu., because has only begun to grow, and to keep College at Lebanon, Tenn., and there Mr. Katz was .In Baltimore recently( "*.I". .,.t4:.. ,/ _
We' \'" woufd "It looks like beech step with her future early action is necessary lie went, completing his course and .
butYJthaan't
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say a .
family of Mr. Fell. of the conditions of caste and religion values have and met with Rosewater there. At'l.: \ ,)<.
the leaf of a beech." This He came to Kissimmee a few years'ago that prevent the organization of ascended when to the property heights wbich they not are I getting his diploma after a year of that time he had come east to be present ., .fl ,

4A*>$enigma was particularly interesting to and was given charge of the Kis- 'natives into any effective enterprise, I bound to reach later. hard work. at the Inauguration of Hibben as

K* Minor S. Jones, fiji mer Judge of simmee library, which position he held though there is much individual wealth Mr. Stanford stated further; "I have After that be left off the name of president of Princeton, representing the /':'", ',. iI'\I
t'tJ.la ..circuit. He would visit the Para- been an advocate of the plan to reclaimour Jimmie. Some of his friends with great of Nebraska He -
at the time of
his death. in the country. Ta-ta is the John D. present water front, and to do University regent. ,j
farm invariably upon his visits to Captain Trench was a typical Irish Rockefeller of India. He is worth some this it will only be necessary to construct disdain for the fitness of things began I holds a Ph. IX degree from Columbia /

If:,. ssimmee to take another look. The I gentleman. He was courteous, two hundred million dollars, and thereare a bulkhead out to about the end calling him "Kunnul" the daY' he left i. University -

r : judge is an astute authority Florida hospitable, kindly and was held in the others corresponding In //wealth' to of the present structure, and have this college. For two or three years he had -

I ', 'trees, but after circling this tree many highest esteem by all who knew him. our own Morgans, Vanderbiiu and, As- the run same down being to the filled end of in our by dredging property;, a terrible time of it, hustling for boardat DIL1IOL1TOSPLkK.

f..r: timea and surveying it from every angle -- -- tors. The moat progressive mon&-the this would give the city four or five $6 per week was about the best that I .

';,;;*' ;. of the compass he was never able TO CELEBRATE FOURTH natives are the Parsees, former Per- acres of land available for park purposes fortune favored him with. but t his time : -
its identity. This tree mans, who had to skip their native ,I ." -j Will Deliver two Addresses '
_,4 : to place then country when they refused to accept came. at the ,
\\.Ji jjita pet of Paradise Island but the Monammedism. The Parsees But, concluded Mr. Stanford "I He served 14 aa solicitor of the
years
are Zoroastnans -
believe that the citizens and the Boardare State B. Y. P,'U. Meeting
..e .pia b orchard is Mr. Vans Agnew'sobby. St. Cloud Gtizens Are to Have and fled to India for the pro- I fully alive to the value of such action criminal court of Volusia county, defeating ; ,

t .. Some Doings. tection of the Indian government. Many at this time and will not let the Judge Isaac Stewart, who was The last Issue of the Baptist Wit. '
IM of them have become wealthy and contains a likeness of Dr.1 A. J.
"Soml don't succeed with propitious moment go by. entrenched ness _
people that Of
H*( :;: ( St. Cloud is to have a Fourth o' July powerful.With I so strongly some Hot'Of Kissimmee who Is scheduled .f ..-' f'1_
r t peaches; because they: don't use the.4pruning celebration. Preparations are being I that polish and ease which appear I Death of Infant InghamThe th. older politicians thought young to deliver two addresses at the StateBTTJlLP.T. : _

. : hobk enough" he says. made for the event, and it is expected natural with an English army officer Perkins an' arrogant upstart to try, meeting to be held in Lake .( _

": 'acb Jr**. just love to be pruned. that the day will be a red letter affair. Capt. Hunter is a most engag infant son of R. L. Ingham of But he defeated the judge, and that City Julyil-7,' inclusive. 'A-' moet at .,, ,
The colony Is expecting to put Its beet tog conversationist.. He has numerous Haloes who died last week tractlv... IJ'OaraID has beaD''pubUabed.. b'
all City, was
4,1 fir*: mine the'pruning lbeyq"f the beginning- his career Hewsnt '
: foot forward!and have a great numberof ..friends! in Kissimmee 'who will learn was including some of the most notable rep*
<'f1Pll ." M visitors present. :Jbe program will with much pleasure that be ia tobe-j. buped Saturday'from toe ffinuyTeaidenee . to the Senate of <<.be. State assembly resentaUves of tfce< Baptist! .denomiaartion -. ,

. o?""> t'b'Ve ,,'"*re.. ethersecrets' which) be be announced later. come a citizen, at least. for awhile '. ,: in that place. l \ Inj I '1909. and, was ,-one' of the. tajtbe. state,''n(* .

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: ;t -. St. Cloud ing Charles on Pennsylvania Rothrock,, avenue.is building:, a neat _, -_ '. .

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Notice Automobile Owners six room ,bungalow ...cn..r4lRMytvanl ii Homes and InvestmentS'_ ,

1g : ..;:- - avenue and' 4thStreet.. He will haveIt

On Sunday the Yacht Club of Kigslm-' ready to \occupy>> In couple. of weeks.A. .

Section 6212, page 176 of the Session simmee, consisting of C. D. CainA.. : D. Harmon, wife and daughter, of DixielandHaving

A. Tarn G. I. Best, E. C. Roberts J. Jersey avenue left on Friday last for in !
Laws of 1911. imposes a State and County -
J. Hall arrived Ill St. Cloud. They i Greensburg, Pa. They will be back In L-

license tax upon *' all automobile owners came through/ / the canal to the 'lake in September.Miss C I - -.


'. or operators, whether automobiles are Carlson's their launch boat house Cyko and and after stopped taking at I McAllister one of the telephone implicit' faith in the futufe. f Kissimmee, we have ';

. used,for .hire gr private use. These lic dinner In .St. Cloud, returned to Kis operators of Kissimmee, spent Mondayand I I made it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel :..'..>
Tuesday with Margaret Chase. to merit a continuance \
and trust by honest fair dealings
simmee. Now the Klsslmmee 1> proud;
boys
as "
taxes must be paid on Or before July I I
cliMe business in this section. 1 If
; Mr. and Mrs. of a large portion of the real estate
have been n over in their launch they Mr. and Mrs. Bower, I I
1st. Informations will be filed against have enthused the St. Cloud boys and Hughes, lelt on Friday last for Rio '1 you desire home in the most favored section of .Florida for then,' I;,

all persons on thai date who have not they want to start a club of their own. Grande, Ohio, to spend the summer i smallest price that' property' can be secured for we invite you to .,;

I : I ll the weather js favorable, expect a They expect to return In the fall. call on us. "
E procured said license. Resident Improved City PropiHertv {
large crowd I We offer Vacant Property.
over again next Sunday.
t'" R. :1\. Bartow and Levi Urawciy of
:
Groves and Colonization Lands afe
W. B. CRAWFORD, Truck Farms Orange .
J The Council has ordered 40 lots cleared Whittier, have spent a fewdays in St. I t obtained f iJ
I lowest pI ices to be
Prosecuting Attorney.DIAMONDS in the town -tuid J. IL Cellar, has Cloud on their way to Kissimmee to attend , c',

charge of the clearing and is making court. -=-J-- II ;;

t hOIIl I in 1 'modtle No.42Large\ lot on which l is 1oattoile ,;,!
quite improvement. t. held :No 501 .\n III I 11'i II ell\-e
The Children! Day exercises were '
t'I , lit and one three-room
_. This pio|). Mj' 1 1M juSt oiifHlilc seven-room ?
--
:: -,.........-Ir.-rIl.IrP': Dr. McCartey eve specialist from in the M. 11 church last Sunday morn city. 1 limits, on lilull /triouixi.! I HIHIM" house. Large house is lighted; with <

Freeport Pa., has located here and ing. A very good program was rendered -i is i a i>-f! lury uml ci-intiiiiiKcUlil I : I I I louuin, ek-ctricty has toilet and kitchen sink :
.. heel, oil IInl Ish. two small' house also has ama and toilet. ,*
has his office in Dr. Chunn'; building each class presenting a floral t all iir-iiHtvip'l and we
, 'Ml I I ii) |ht'l.w.hu'n.l will sell this as a whole or separately, .
: '" 'tICSIl ne w HIM I I .j
U! i and Eleventh and Folsom made a I J
\\1T1h corner Pennsylvania avenue offering Capt.
This is well located
i TinhuuHf! i I is Indited" mi a II VI'111'0' property will pay ff \
street.St. very good talk on Children Day 11'11.1. with beautiful view of the city 10 per-cent on i investment if rented.. J

4 :: I ha purest and most brllllanm I Cloud was the scene ol a quiet n"ii' lakp Lund is. iiipti-il' to ciii tie! Price of both houses $2,000. ,'
"It'11'i'lHnil U'licking. 1 lilt |ii.ipcilcan"
I I : > that have ever been showji home wedding on 'Monday' June 17th. WILL RECOMMEND bi, hilt! f for *.33110: ( () on'I' fit Vl ra I">I Ittnmit Ii' No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just \
J $ZZ i the atate. We <'arty a venrff when Miss Nell Duren Of Tampa, and t I Will I I I intriidiioi, iMistmiu i to short distance beyond city limits on *

I/fl i.I\ aiock of unmounted gemt>. Mr. W. I R. Hackett, of Jonesboro, owner and I let I them I iletil I dir'ect i Shingle Creek road Close to splendid .J
uake
mountings to suit the purchaser high school churches and
market. Price J
Ark Democrat for Position of Constableof
united at the
were in
. marriage : No -im: $-1,000.-A beautiful si- $::10.0'( per acre Terms on part if desired .. J,
: .ry uiaiuond w. eell la covered by a written ,, home of the groom's Rev and .
puit "" "'' r patents. Justice Precinct No. 3. room cottage new and, up to ilatc:, asbestos t'
aate In purchasing diamond. from us by' mall Price c ck.v '''nisi .ijt Mrs. W. L. Hackett; the ceremony I'I root, all modern cOllv'na..nces.
The position of Constable of Justice lavatories, hot No. .117: We are olr..rinIIOme/ very
the father bath room toilet two :
was perform by grooms
[; W H Beckwith Jewelry Co. The bride beautiful of Precinct No. :t (St. Cloud) being vacant I I and colilvuter.. rahim mai".Ul. clct 1 ncI desirable resident lots, located threeMocks
/ swore a gown and Democratic Executive I[lights I I I IIuusi I lurnighL-d coin ''li'I te. in- from Court House, on nice high/
the
) I white marquisette and was attended by County IcIuilinK i :Nice: tlowirs and I shrub I ilevntum, for $:too. Alley in rear of all
'I j piano
jI THE HOUSE QVAMTY.. Committee, buyIng 1 been notified( to recommend : I 147 thisilots. Cash. or .short lime. Let
J I MIJ-M I Stella llackett, sister of the I Ih'ry in Mini 1 J.,tine lot fronting
, TAMPA. !Phone 698. FLOmI>A. I' groom The groom was attended by a I jierton) to the I Hon. Albert I feet on Verona street, i'xtendintf buck us show you he"it. lots.

.1 --no 'Franklin Street.Red .- Mr. L. W May of Tampa. A wedding W Jilchnst, Governor of Florida, foralIiolntmt.tt 117 I feet (dei I ,p. A dli|ilemliil I home lie lie :No: :V Ol>\ An attractive home in Pinedale -
.
I litfhtful I loi.ition. Iirnn .in ar-
I I i
bleakfabt served after the to that [Kisitio notice' IHI ... lln. prop" ,ity IH ju .t outside of
was ceremony -.
.. rai r fed) on I halt uf I pl".ha. |>tinProperty
(
--r--- ---- -_ I h.rt'lry imth that applicants for ,that i I my"I limits I on high ground. House i iI is
I and the young couple left on the I I inuit be 'si't'n to l hi'i apprttuted \ -
for their future home I position inn forward their names to I II Let us show it t < .\'oil. I'oIory ami! contains eight rooms, all
noon train in pl.isund and hard oil finish two
I Jonexboro Ark where Mr. llackett is Roma Jhom.is. Kissimmee, ria, (hair- liIr'Iir'c. line. well and large/ barn., This
I man of the!" Committee, not later than I No :son. Sph-ndill1l'w i I-r..rn; h..u" iiiume is located on live-acre
managi! of the Jonesboro Steam Laundry just "inside' city l liinitH, 'lin,' c'!..ip' \\\t.II a tract,
L I tlh; when all the of with biaulifnlTev6T, the
July : 1l12.! names city and
Miss Duren who connectedwith lot of n1"1
was contains two acres ,ground .
I 1 will I I he. i-ulimittiu to t the laki Land i is adapted to citrus fruits
I I1itiilTtitiii'1i applicants' i 1 new barn wagon and bujurv filed.*, all
the oflice- force of the Tampa and This
1-i) : I Committee, and the one riceixmg the I It under, (food I n'w fit, .i.. Fine lo. <..iti I ii j Tribune has a host of friends who extend I iah.this hud for $:JIIH':!< ) on very favorable terms.
higlust number of votes will, he -nibmitted for small truck garden or .poultry ru .
Will irtroiluce
their beat wishes Mr. llackettis t is a tint. proposition where xou will, customer to owner and ..
I I i to the (!o\ernor with I thi n"- . It t them deal (IIreet. '.
j. a young man of t line hristun Ciharaitir will i I I haxe tin fitidom of I tin ( ountrjXt I ,
c ? IS THE BEST I iUist) I that l I.<. "omllll,,'-ion him aH! t on- clo-... i>iou] "rh to enjox all! th' udxanlHKes -
BLOOD and be
J PURIFIER 'IH to congratulated on :\n: ::10\:! Small farm inmdu of
r( Istalilt. of Justice District) No -i.: Ell'happlicant of I th>. ,ntj I stic Ii II s i-pli l l -minihigh city
( fg" winiung huch a charming bride. A limits This 1 propi rty consists. of a five-
hool I best marketchunhf
,
AND i 1.1
TONIC IN THE his '
WORLD. Millet state* in tition that
$ number of beautiful and useful presents ) pe i'tr. True SIMHII '. 'Iert' trart I within a quarter of a mile of
he 1 is a I Dinxnr.it) ) participate I in the ( >-n.,.l.i II igh School. Small house, fine
It I. Nature were received by the peopleFlag .
own'r..m..d, m.d. from young I
the
of Irce.il. juice late, Dinioiratii primaries..., will votetlIO four'nub Mowing well, land all in cultivation .-
t greeD rierba found n. tho bank I FI I\ K; (ity lots on whuh is loiatid aline
t th.POSITIVE Tnr River' In CURB North Carolina, day was celebrated at St Cloud I I Dimointii; ' IId..t at tin ne\t:\: gin I IH.xx 'Ii V*'-ri loIn rotUigi I hni, vuv City is building very fast in

ECZEMA, INDIGESTION FOR, NERVOUSNESS RHEUMATISM'oft(1 1 by a flag raising at the M. K parson-| e-ral edition and! is a resident of J UHtll' of the lake (ool breeze. I Th" .proptrt (this |dln''llon.if lots will should soon command agIlIul
r and .11 price' owner desire at
dt.s..SSc.u..d located clohe .(1 l any
by lmpuraoipoIuon.4 I > is to the proMielectric | !- '
followed
blood I age. by a very good programin e 1'rt'('IIH t :No: ::1. linn to sub-divide and sell it ,for res'dt
line, on high level lots A
/ -
i I ECZEMA .CURED the church 'apt Folsom gave avVry S J. Imiiirr, ROMA) TII( IA", nte purposes Price $1.500.()
.. .........r Cllr, N. C. ) bargain at JlfiOii; I, Let us show you tlmproperty
,.". MRS. JOE PERSON REMEDY CO.. : instructive talk about the many .retary., President I ""
r No :3ti'.t-' Fine
K-iltr.ll. N. C. ( garden and poultry
different of the revolution and '
:; Dear flags Jli; Jt,
MM. :
Peon
:' \ c:.: Yet.. I wa subjected to Sewers"l-or ahoat attn,ki elrht ol eczema or tea, jA how they finally decided< on the stars :>::0. _'.*)f'-\ very desirable I-room proiJOMtion This place contains two
_:: _J! which would last lot ......1 weckt. I fled, local I cottage located within one block of a"r..s, new b-room house with porches
I' liniment and doctor. medicine,, whirl would relied .1 and stripes for our national Hag W LADIES GET ACTIVEAre Oxciola) countx court house in best r<...- in front and one Hide; fine artesian well
I m. lot a while, bill It would .,..,. .
it., . thin. ,lallad I. pe. ....... ezc I look M... Jo W! .' 'lot ail rnoniha and (t ..... a petiact core ol me II haa been rear a talks Recitation by Mrs. Dr. Cooper, ('..II..t! throughout ; city water; lot -<':ix117i for small truck or poultry farm. The\
f\\ .Sinc. I."opp.d tabin.. I it wad..I bans a.... bad aD attuck slnca.Mra. and my fit t. Price 1J.:"II'. L<,t us show land if subdivided into lots is worth theprice '
zoejal heath I. u.hl.t. "Why do they vail old glory"! Thespeeches
\ : you After the City Authorities to this cot tlgt-, asked without any improvements.
MRS. 1. H. WILKINS were interspersed by national iv .. are titTering (this property for
1 j 4u National. Joe Pereon a Remedy la guaranteed by'ua' under the I songs. I Abate Mosquito Nuisance.The 151 'SINI I :: ESS: I..0('AT1ONS( S1.V l ,
r is .old at .11 Pure Rood iorf and ln Drug. U.wa to be absolutely pure. It Mrs Uttz :No: I 1J_* \\'.. haxe the heart of the town is growing in this' direction. and
diUB *l bottlea. 8la bottlea for *S.HO or and children who have i Valkv Giuzu tIe n'ni" rtceiptof in .
It
bottlea for will enhance
.10 Oa value
Bur e bottle of thla wonderful blood businesn section some dcsirnblexacant property in very j
pu-ft.r' to day and fake ". You will find II will cure: $ spent the last month in Texa arrived the following notiic .int in by the VilIBK Very rapidly.
vo? Write to ua for teatlmonlala and recorda lots which we offer' for sale.These j" '
WOflderfI cure. m.d. with Mr..Joe Persons Remedy.ofth. home on Saturday last Mrs. Uttz was I <-' Improvcmtnt Society" and the. lots will enhance in valueery f .
g
I ConAd.ntlsI. Start curln snd your..lf all .ettor. held .IrlctIy glad to get back to St. Cloud. Valley Gazetti' wishes. tojiveits hearty rapidly. These are a safe and! .profitable ORANGE GROVE I

I. small-tb.r.eults isUafactory a to-day--tb..v.ry way.cost The people of the Christian church endorsement to th. name: : mxestment Price and full information No. 383- '1'wen ty-five-acre orange ,
'I: 1) I to interested parlies" grove, all under good fence. Railroadruns
have and to
everything ready expect
The ladies of the V. I. S. would like station

I Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy Co., finishing painting their church just as' to call the attention of the city author.-; No. 471-A 20-acre home. This splendid through; good grove.school; and church adjoiningproperty within! Y 1/ 11", ,

KITTRELL NORTH CAROLINA soon as the rainy season is over ties to the stagnant; water in and around property lies 2 miles north from quarter mile of property. All crops i1'f'" It

IJ Mr. and Mrs. Robinson 'and 'Miss town.! They beg that the, water eitherbe town is practically\ (level rich dark gray that can be grown in Florida do well on, ;- '.ilt
1ft'"j"" Indian Brand Kidney Pllle aDd Ll"w Pllla i soil with fine chocolate subsoil; 16 acres this place. If you desire a )home in <' '>rJ\:
era the B..",. ZSo.poatpald. Sample Free.t 'Peueyck left on Wednesday for New drained off or oil put on, the same "
_________I cleared and in cultivation the remainIng Florida write or call on us quick, as this \,
York City but expect to return in the These places are breeding places of the 4 acres fenced. covered with a Rood property will not be on the market long ..

4 mosquito and menace the health of thecommumu I growth of pine timber with some scattering at the price named.. This property we

$ ;, - fall.Rev. J. B. Westcott pastor of theM oak ; about 1 II i acres of nice young are offering/ for a short time for $12,600. -.po
thrifty grove in hearing besides num- Will sell as a whole or divided into two

E. church will preach in the morn- hajr, of line Japanese persimmon trees parts if desired..

ing on "Partaken of the, Divine Natjre" i Laymen's Meeting.The some pt acnes, mulberries blackbernes, I
She has the whole I two kinds of and few No 411-. Very desirableacant, lot.
not grapes a bananas
""
and in the evening "No Fellowship !-: .
... I on I next Laymen's meeting will heheld The. buildings are comfortable. but not containing three acres, jubt outside ,j
"
4 t earth to sell, but just choice With Works of Darkness : at the Methodist church Suniltn of great xalue, consisting or a box citv limits In 'Vest Kis4iiniiie! good 1

I; Comrade Merritt and wife, who have afternoon at 3:30.: ( JJro J. M l. dan; ner house of /5 large rooms, porch several place to start poulliy( farm or truck ,

. I.t I _ bits of it located in sold their place southwest of town to will lead the meeting It was decided !outbuildings, such as grain houses, tool /garden ( lose churches and school. J
I and wagon sheds, stables, eic One A burjialn at $17,;. Let UH show yo if';
0 I- ., w C. W. Londen, left on Tuesday for by unanimous vote at the last meeting :Jeep artesian well and one surface well.. thin lot. .

7, FLORIDAOne Chicago. Mrs. Merritt is an invalid thata Pocket Testament League .should! ThlK I land adjoins the I finest orange

4 ,, and goes north for treatment.Mr. be established in Kissimmee and that grove in the country, growing on the No. 381- A 20-acre tract located on
I marl road, two miles from
kind of depot on .
land. All kinds of
,. R. Mercer has will be dn same cropsI *
started a new subject more thoroughly >- St Cloud road Property has *
...... : 'I grow encouragingly; ,on this land and it (food
-. I
, _, grocery store in the Cummings build- cussed at this meeting., A full attendance I is the prettiest place for a home in thisI house and three-acre orange grove In "
? ." of the necexsarits of life worth is earnestly desired. I .section of the country. There is a fine bearing. Tins grove will yield from ','
;. buying/ : line of forest the outside of 100Otol200 boxes of oranges each
A. S Nr-LHON Chairman I trees on "
tf 'It i A SELECT HOME KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL : ----- - :, the fence, with a beautiful palm inside year. bufficlent land cleared and Incultivation '
i of the yard, also some thrifty cedar to Increase grove to twelve ,L
U T r A CHOICE FARM Notice.To : trees maples, magnolias, live oaks and or fifteen acres and at sametime can '
, several other varieties of shade trees be yielding any garden truck desired. -., '.
VACANT LOT All Whom It May Concern; and ornamental shrubbery and flowers. If in search of property that will bring \ *, I
) Health is Worth Saving and Some Notice is hereby given that the Boardof We want to introduce you to the owner results this fall, and at all times while i \

J: : /' ACREAGE Kitsimmee Peopl* Know Howto County Commissioners will receive of this land and let you buy direct. You extending new grove, Investigate tbifj Ii. ,"
t' the books of the County Tax Assessorat can buy it at a bargain and on favorable This property Is convenient to towff, v
Save
Ask ; It. the next regular meeting July 1. terms of payment.No. has marled road on one side one end. 'lPrice i *v

..-- 1912, for canalization of taxes for the S4.200. <,
I MRS. .
: SUMMERS Many Kissimmee people take their year 1912. 452--Twenty acres located in Park No. 402-Fine 20-acre to ji *:

'\ d : LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor, lives in their hands by neglectiug the make All as persons to their having assessments complaints are here to Gardens fenced.; five acres fine 2-inch in cultivation flowing well., ten cated inside city limits,orange close to grove schoo Wj if j;
acres
I I Clyde Ave, and Penfleld South Kissimmee. kidneys when they know these organs by notified to file them with the Boardon This is conceded to be the best tract in and churches This property consist ,.<

., #w (Clyde, 2nd ave. west of need help. Sick kidneys are responsible or before that date. Park Gardens,' owned by a nonresidentwho of which forty acres of land, twenty acres of 'i
is in bearing and .
J : Court House leading south. for a vast amount of suffering and R. G. JOHNSTON, desires to sell. We will furnish fruit trees, ten acres orange additional cleared grape- *>

1 a _______________________________________________ ill health but there is no need to suffer :5't: Clerk Circuit Court. you with owner's address and you can in cultivation; good five-room cot1* : -: ./ _. nor to remain in danger. Use] Doan's --- - ---- deal directly with him. The price is at- tage; two deep wells. This Is an en .fY
------ tractive and terms can be secured! on '
-_-_-_- cellent location : :i!
& Pills-a fire Sh nals. where you will have
Ju Kidney remedy that has cured part of purchase price if desired.
the freedom of country life wish Cityif"
.
I thousands of
kidneysufferers.The : '
Ward No. 1. Central portion of citv.. No. 458 Ten advantages. Possession can be secured S, *.i
acres adjoining city
; ALLERTON & DENIG following. statement leaves no one long blast of whistle. limits,'on the Orlando hard road. Land on short notice. See'this proposition ,,' *,*

cause for doubt: Ward No. 2. North Kissimmee, two l is cleared, fenced and readY for the before purchasing. Price $9,500; terms;

long/ blasts of whistle. plow. The elevation is high, suitable on part. ..tut i.',.
B. F. Rails -
: St Cioud Fla.
_ says: Ward No 3. South Kissimmee, three for citrus fruits and trucking. This '

Cement "In view of my experience with Doan's long blasts of whistle. 8-tf property will soon be available for resident No. 465.-$775 will purchase a good, tt
.
SidewalksPRICES Kidney's Pills, I believe them to be a -- -- .---- purposes, as the city is expanding new five-room cottage/ in Carson Addl-, ;
,
valuable remedy for kidney trouble. I rapidly. A bargain at 11200.00 tion. House i is located on two lots SOx !"f
Own Your Own Home.We
164 feet each, close to the lake, where. V
think my complaint was brought on by will the cool breeze from the, '
the Provident Homes No. 459-Five acres inside city, clear you enjoy
: the strain on my back from working at represent ed, fenced and plowed, ready for culti lake constantly. This l Is one of the very '"

RIGHT TERMS REASONABLEPhone my desk 1 had intense pains throughmy Association of Tampa Florida, and can vation. This tract is near the Aultman best bargains we have on our list, worth *- ..

t.J- kidneys and the secretions from assist you in the purchase or buildingor farm, on high ground. $1000.00 takes it. considerably more money than we are ,
my asking for it. We will be ..
kidneys building of a home which you can pleased to.
were unnatural
i'
and
222 too frequent No. 443-Ten located Park show you this property.
acres in 1-
for like paying rent. Call at our .
;. in pay I -
also .
:24 tf passage containing heavy Garden, all under good new fence, land .
I sediment Deciding to cfieck the trou- office and we will explain the proposition plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to No. 473-We have two eight-room ,* *J

ble, if to you in detail. get on and start a without de houses suitable ''
i possible, 1 procured a supply of crop any for rooming or board. > j
Dban's Kidney Pills and began their Nelson Realty Co. lay. We can offer this ten acres with ing purposes; they have electric .' !
C the above improvements for the water and locates
same sewer connections; \. I
,"' use. Relief soon followed and after I price that unimproved land is being; sold in splendid resident section. Gallon' us > ;'

GARDNER ELLIS had taken the contents of a few boxes, Come to the Salt Breezes.The for in this tract. Our price $1000.00. and we will show them to you. The '. t '

: Y \ I was !In good health. I am pleased to Terms on Dart if desired. prices are reasonable, terms easy. ; "
i Doan's Bay View Hotel and The Shelter .
ELECTRICAL give Kidney Pills|
CONTRACTORS my strongest > ;
endorsement." Samtorium, Hawks Park, Fla. Openall ;

I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Ten dollars week for I' ,

4 We Guarantee our House-wiring to .ror sale by all dealers Price 50 well summer.people and twenty-five a a week fpr I] BREAKER & CO. ii' I

4. t4 Pass; all Insurance Inspection. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo sick ones. 20-8t .
I
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New York, sole for United'8tates. ..
agents the
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;,,/: ,EL1TIIREWOIU' ( LET US FIGURE WITH YOU t KiBsimroee Auto Garage: and Machine ..rOver: Osceola Pharmacy :-: 'k ', ,

f' 8PfiCIALTY Remember the Company will do anything in lathe or L KISSIMMEE FLORIDA t4ei .I
... nameDoan'sandtake
machine work for you for automobiles, i It
,, no, other. I boats and all other machinery. IStf ::1.' i iJTi ;

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11EAVY fiSH SHIPMENTS

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Kissimmee Fish-Co. Sends Tons of "Jack ."

MICHELIN Cat fish to the Middlt West. FAMOUS APPERSQW :

: Rabbit"MOTOR .. ,
The Kissimmee Fish Company has If

'" been shipping from twen. ylfve to forty : "

i", thousand pounds of eat fish each CARS The Exclusive Car for the, Careful Buyer :
week, principally to St. LoUIS and .
other yfeVtern points. With these consignments .. ,

I. went specimens of a. better [
QuickDetachable quality such as bass and .perch.: It is

generally accepted by the uninformed
r JAY. public that cat fish are'as a rule con- MERIT SELLS :

r EOiieit t 0on verted into the cheaper grades of ial .

mon but Mr. L E. Minx, proprietor Apperson"JACKRABB1T" l
., Ot ,the Kissimmee Fish Company
'
r Q. D, O nclaer states that the price he receives for his S '

Rim product would not permit the consignees -

Clincher to indulge in any such transformation -

as., he ordinary cheap*salmon pur-
chaseable in the market is about equalto "4-65" JACK RABBIT, fully equipped 4f. -
the original price paid for the raw
material, and such evidence preclude.the '
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Just as superior to other tires In the idea middle-of cat west fish, where becoming the streams salmon. That the Apperson Brothers are the.oldett t rrfgu ur inunufactuiers of automobiles In the United States "
Is a fact conceded by motordom. As the Brothers actual
. are not piscatoriaily Inclined the hum- Apr".rl( possess rnor4. years of experience in
, I building motor car than any other auton.obile manu Hctur.-rs in this country. it stands to reason that they ,
Michelin Red Inner Tubes are to ble cat fish is welcomed at the regular
'l as price Which we pay for the more desir- I have in their factory a stronger corps of old experienced workmen than has any other automobile plant. \ Py

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other tubes able kinds. The local season ut flatting - -

will close July first, and on Septemberfirst
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1, the'statutory ban is again lifted
i when the Kissimmee Fish Companywill

resume shipments. However dur-
IN STOCK BY ing this intermission the sport of rod This car is particularly well t.jftadapted

i\y . angling will still be Indulged. for use in this country, ,

I and has made a reputation for ;

., Iv W. B. MAKINSON CO. NEW PLANT fOR DAIRYLocal for endurance in this'.and.

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Milk Supply Depot to have ..
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Improved fa lilies. "4 45" JACK RABBIT fully equipped $2.000 "
I a
The Kissimmee Valley Dairy Com-'
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pany is making extensve alterationsand
improvements at their dairy out on _- KNOW YOUR CAR BEFORE BUYING -

Classified i Advertisements i the St. Cloud road and when completedthe -- - .- -- ----
local[ milk distributers will have one

of the most modernly equipped plantsin I ,

Advertisements are inset fed under this head at the rate of 8 Cents the State.Possessing. AMa 'L I'1
"' hundred acres of
per line each insertion. some S ,
choice land adjoining their buildings, The quality of a car determine ',;
:{O of this being under cultivation for ,
A lTED-Th. sweetest thing out for
FOR the comfort will receive.
your girlFuller Jreerne Candy- feed the balance being in pasturelands you j

FOR SALE. -Pretty fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug for the stock the company is in a pos- The car with a reputation U : a
well located and cheap Company. 33-tf ition to supply the wants of the city t
t .5 5'S usually tne cheapest car to own. n
rooms pretty yard --- for years to come.Contractors ;
and home-like. We also Felt H}: S. S. Buzza & Sons are
the Fleming farm 'I'I I left
you
limits, valuable 5 acre I I now at work installing an uptodate "
house fine shrubbery RENT-Old State bank building, silo .H2J feet high by 12 feet in dia \v f
fruits started and very I on Darlington avenue; four rooms meter. When completed this will be "4.4:" JACK RABBIT Apperson Roadster. fully equipped, $1.750 c
'
. ductive land all and bath upstairs, three rooms below.E. ._ .
comfort and G. Vans Agnew, Agent. 24-tf filled with chopped feed to be cut by a -- - i ry

a sacrifice price we I seven-and-one-half horse-power engine. FREE 10NStl'1r.lON I .
you. Nelson Realty RENT-Five room bungalow: in The silo will be built of concrete as
I center of town. Apply to owner, T. are the main parts of the other build- I -
FOR SALE-E. M. F. M. Murphy. 24-tf ings. This method insures: cleanliness
...' model good as new. I J. J. GRIFFIN AGENT
( and complete sanitation which is an essential -
.. change tor good real for rent apply to M. Til- .
sell my 40 h. p. I ler. requirement in modern dairying.Mr. .
Griffin Orlnndo Fla. I T. S. Oliver president and man- IvISSIMMEE. FIXXRJUA. -
--- D. WARING & CO. will rent your ager of the company, which is adver-
FOR SALE-Three house for you. 19-tf tised now for incorporation is untiringin
several hundred acres .
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his efforts to give the best of ser- .
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bargain. Located in
section of Orange RENT-A large house and five vice. With Mr. Oliver is associatedDr -
Practically all lake acres of ground inside the city limits! W. W. Carson in the capacity of Which" ' ? Intelligent AfrltJtr !Natives. Folly of Worry.
Bcggs Orlando Fla. about one mile from the postolfice. and Every day that Is born Into the A recently tib.she., : ba.l ',n Af- Wory Is overwork of the most disastrous I
---- --- Nelson Realty Co. 1. -tf secretary treasurer. world comes like a burst of music, rica gives cortata nauv tribes credit kind; It means to drive the
, FOR SALE-By owner : and rings Itself all the day through; for greater Intel.ectuanty than has mental machinery at an unreasonable
t 3 ,lots, 50x133 RENT!: Karl property consistingof and'thou shall make It a dance a- usually been ascribed: to the negro and dangerous rater ''Worry tires the .
,
p room'cottage, for $000; 20 acres'of ground 11 miles from The Provident Homes Association of dirge or a life-march as. thou wilt race. "Every central Atrlrac" It says brain' no rest but rather keeps the
ti, $12 per month until the city limits; also 15 ae-es inside Tampa. Florida have appointed the .Carlyle "Is a born lawyer; 'Should the need delicate cells In constant and continuous -
: i 1q; wish to see the the city limits. Nelson, Realty 12-tf Co. Nelson Realty Co, a. agents,, at Kis arise be can act as.his own pleader action. Work .Is wear; worry U
/ 73, Kissimmee. Fla.. simmee. They are .prepared to place and set forth his case with, fluency andlawyerllke tear. ', .'
about mile
Also have one other houses RENT-Two modern flats with certificates In sums raging from $5,00' to Edmund Burke's Fame Secure. adroitness." IfI.m\ be remembered .5 5 ,

four tracts of 40 city conveniences. Apply at the $5.000 payable: at the rate of $1. per Among the great men of the world that Bishop Col en so also Iconoclast Resumes Work.

six miles ont. Gazette office. n_.__ _20-tf_ month on each $100 on the face valueof few have been the subject of higher had a high opinion ot the acumen of I I A Chicago physician bas .made a
RENT-The Presbyterian church the certificate for 100 months. Thisis panegyric than Edmund Burke, and certain native. Africans as'biblical I: translation of an Egyptian papyrus

T R. D. WARING & CO. cottage. Inquire of A. S. Nelson or an excellent, plan for a.nan of limited on the whole, few have better deserved critics. I, which it is claimed dislodges Hlppoo-
a house. Rev. S. S. Snyder. 22tf. means to secure a splendid home praise. No public! man was rates from his place, as -"father. of 1 v.
r - - and pay for it on easier terms than pay. ever more pure In his politics and Knowledge In Traveling medicine.! by anticipating,'his discoveries s
FOR dressed poultry RENT-Three room house more pure in his life, and few have As the Spanish proverb nays, 'lie some 6,000 years. Even appendicitis
rent. The Nelson Co. will
l Bass Market._.No._ 189. stable chicken house, garden analand ing Realty been as noble minded. He possessed who would bring home the wealth of U,Is averted Is de.Crlbecl.la the
-- just outside city limits. W. H. be glad to explain the plan and provide Indefatigable industry. There was no the Indies must carry ythe wealth of old papyrus. It now remains for someone "
'e MUTTON fresh fat Jones at ice plant. literature to interested parties. subject that be could not master, and I the Indies with him" So It Is In to show, that Eccleslastes1 dictum
i Rull Baas Market, none which having mastered he traveling: a man must carry knowl- "There Is nothing new under the sun."
RENT Presbyterian cottage. S could not expound with unparalleled I edge with him If tll' would' bring home. I was really written by. Pharaoh. \ or !
r WE-Have listed,, some Four rooms and bath. Electric lights. richness of language.-Exchange. knowledge muel Johnson. Thothmes.
.slra le property on the Interior newly painted. Inquire of TIMELY WARNINGTO
l city and county Rev. S. S. Snyder. ,25-2t .
the' lowest prices to CALOMEL USERS -- .t ; 3

There is no padding of Cottage for 1fOnt.-
every piece of property We have a delightful cottage, six .
1 price placed on it r'W rooms well located with fine view of Calomel U a Form of Mercury and HIt )i. 5
Write us your lake, good neighborhood to rent until S :
Stays In the Human System
bur
will do best to ,
October the first at $:.10, per month.
;, showing just the kind We also want to;* rent the Earl property IU Effect I fa Terrible. Ask _
t desire. H. M. Breaker both the places in town, one Your Deetor. '
".,' 20 acre farm on Shingle' creek. 7.ir.
'iil' FOR SALE-Three Nelson Realty Co. uuilsw'I :
fOf',4 Eureka! addition $600i l Any physician will tell you that mercury ; 1
\ i t'' .,:>, addition $l,5i>0): one in if it remain in the body, will S.
'" Non $2.600. Waters Modern Up to Date Home.No. soften and rot the bones a disease the I

;ror-' ....f cery Company. 464-$3.500.-New. modern tin- doctors call necrosis of the bone. Calomel \.

1 \., cottage, bath lavatory hot and is a form of mercury, and to keep .,.
water electric lights beautiful clear of it's ?
danger a safe plan to takeno
)USCELL.\XJ; ( *
$
f
mantels new furniture nice calomel at all, especially as there is
( House furnished complete, ready a better remedy.
j7 GET 1N.( BRATTON I
. "":: '.r artesian wells. : | c..upancy. Large lot, 83xl47i feet, Both childreh and grown people will >,
-H.1, :_. __ which are twenty full bearing o"- fled a perfect substitute for calomel inDodson's r
.. trees. Located three and .
; : WADE. the tuner. in a Liver Tone, a pleasant, veg- .
/ blocks of the po toffice,'on beau- etable tonic that induces the liver to ",
Verona street, in the best
r very act and which never has any bad after-
+ FOR fresh fish phone /
Market; No. 189. Call and let us show effects. In fact Dodson's Liver :Tone Y !

;" '.. .- this beautiful, home. \ Terms on will do everything that calomel does .... tfir'
-i WOOD per strand I of purchase price if desired without any of the dangers of calomel.A ,
< 15.75. Kissimmee Lum> 24-tf II. M. BREAKER & Co. large bottle costs only fifty cents, n,4"t
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-- -- Drug Co. will refund -
ANYONE' nywti'>.r. run > New Bungalow. your money'if you are not satis you want to look at or buy.the cheapest: Farm: Implements intownfor
: order business. at hnm.
-*' : ing. Be-vour own lav.... : No. 461-New 5-room bungalow on fied. the money, just drop around to the Osceolu Hardware Com- ,
r t booklet. Tells how. 10x142: {et't. located within three

1,.. j. Lockport. N. Y ().! of Broadway the main business. Nice Home Close to Lake. pany. Good goods big values, square dealings.y '
I ....t. and in one block of Osceola
. :, InKissimmee ( No. .460 A
BLUE RIBBON school' 1't ice 1400. new 5-room cottage two
D \ lArge lots 60x164 feet 4
tpwn. each splendidwell
24 if H. M. Breaker & Co .
of artesian fifteen
water bearing
MEET me at Kfasl-nmee ,
.' we will get a drink of Truck Farm for Sale. /orange trees. Call and see this propo- y
water made.' sition. Price 1200.
No. 467.-13,01)0) secures a six-room
-q.", '24tf. H. M. Breaker & Co.
IAN Intelligent person > located on lot containing two
w monthly co .J\n
4 pers.ticulars.No.Prf-ts eanvansins' .renter. -proposition of the city with Thin two IH artesian a for for Sale.

J Lockport N.Y. well. on the property: it properly Splendid team of mares, 6 and 6
old well broke kind '
I crop should pay for the :years and gentle;
also and double I .
wagon harness. En-
WANT1 -:; At orc' to within two years. A cash propo quire of Nelson Realty Company John .. ..... :.,,'ft, \
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The. ,Kissimmee Valley Gazette' [|LOCAL OVERFLOW ]II, day Mr.I In J." ,the H. Bryan city wIth|Is spending his family a this few ENCOURAGED THE IDEARev. BOARD Of 'TRADE t .

I week. Ha came up from Lake Kissim

'and j mee, where he I la engaged in the tur- A. M.Chisholm Approves Shirt Municipal Docks to be Given Con:
Publisher Proprietor
W. B. HARRIS
)pentio business, by launch. Sleeves in Church. 1 $ideration.The .
:
.' .. Editor Coming.
J. H. REESE j
t At a meeting of the United Daughters t
i Rev, A M.'Chisholm, pastor of the Board of Trade meet Monday
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' of the Confederacy at the residence of
Gold Dollars for fifty cents on thS j i Christian church says he approves the night., Several m'atter. of more or lew: '
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 26th. Katz's Sale. It j Mr. and. Mrs. C; A. Carson, it waszde- will claim the attention of :
idea
"' 'i-cided of shirt sleeves in church providedthe importance
OFFICE: tN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING to pack and hip a box to the '
r Born to Mrand Mrs. R. M. Rhodenon weather is so oppressive' that the the Board the most'absorbing:of which
,.--KISSIMMEE, OSCEQLA COUNTY FLORIDA ,"jUacksonville rummage sale next week.
/' Monday June 17th a "on.H. ; men And it more comfortable to appear will be the matter of building a dock -!
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... ; '," j I -Messrs. J. F. O'Berry, of Campbell, without coats. "I hardly think the for the city. Elsewhere In' 'this Issue!

i SUBSCRIPTION RATES:. M. Breaker & Co report the sale' ;I C. B. Roberson of Baasinger H. Moody congregation would approve, however President Stanford discusses the Meik-

y .. One copy.one year - .,.' .- $1,60 of the: Drlggers place in the'Carson. Addition , i of Riverview Prof. D. W. Alderman, of said Mr. Chisholm, "if the preachers eljon proposition at some length. That

1" }' ,/ One copy IIX months ," .75 to J, W, Busby. I I Baasinger, and Col. L. M. Mershon of appeared in the pulpits without their gentleman's communication, will be laid

:a f One copy three. months = ---- --- ..40 Remember Stanford' Malue Room, Gainesville came to attend court Tu 's- coats. It Is said to be a poor'rule that betor the Board at the next meeting! -n.rand

''I must be Sale beginning Juno 26. It |-day. won't work both ways A number ofmen" a large attendance Is expected. 'f 1
correspondents,
,1: All communications except from our authorized I .
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.::7;. :.' signed by the writer. Mr. John Payne is building a modern i ; Mr. Geo. P. Pottinger. of.Jackson- have appeared already this summer
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.. at my church without their coats. METCRSORD RED
" r house and making other improvementson i villa, civil engineer of the War Depart-
' Rejected matter will not be return -I unless called for. I I do not object in the least. I am in
;::1' his twenty-five acre tract at .Par k: ment tor dtamage of canals and lakes j will -
|I favor of anything reason that
\ : Entered at the Postoffice! in Kissimmee. Fla.; : as aecond.c aHIi mail matter. Garden. is here inspecting' the work of Captain j{: induce people to come to church and Cost of Installing Will be" Greater

I __.:..___ "- _. __ .____ ..:.:. __ __ =. Johnson in cleaning up the debris on j ; .
Work shirts and overalls atLawson'sCash 1 I, be comfortable after they Ketther. Cost of New Well.
Fr da.y. J"\Jne: 21.. j"S:1..2: Store U the Southport canal. i Than
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I -With tin? idea of controlling the con-
O! '
' Hon. -1'\. E. Donegan is further beautifying Mr. J. Wadewho, has been em- E. L. REPORT sumption of water in the city and keeping -
;l BACK IN HARNESS. at the time of the disaster. Certian his beautiful Pecan Grove ployed for some time in the express
!houseby /: it down to th\> point where the demand .
' More than a year ago; I left the recommendations are made which will j laying a concrete walk around the office has resigned and left Saturdayfor Delegate; Tells of State Convention will not exceed the supply a
, riot be passed without heed. One- demanding whole block. Columbia S. C. Mr. Wade is in .
of the Florida newspaper number of water meters have been
' ,. ranks regulars in ordered -
t .' and sure to receive consideration .poor health and will remain the sum- j! At Tallahassee. ",
, r,, work and took up a line of endeavor SllkaSilks! Silks \NiJbe/ one I and nmy Ie| installed. t
I and action is that the in the mountains
' inspectionlaws mer .
. '( familiarly known as that of the of the features of the great sale at i Before the Senior League WeJnes- There lire 30t (subscribers for water,

A;, t p free lance. I found it more remunerative of foreign countries must be revised rVatz's, 2t>th. Jt Middy Blouses $1 at Lawson's Cash day evening, Mr. Harold Huzza, delegate and. a meter for each when installed "
. .. 'at an early date the alternative, : .
Store.
but less profitable' The It to the State convention of Kp-; will Hum up ten dollars apiece. It is
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford
being that the United States shall terminate are i
'.IF measure of profit encompasses a greater reciprocal agreements as'to' in- being: visited by Mr. Crawford's sister Mr. E. L. Reep, of Kissimmee Park, l worth Leagues held in Tallahassee last estimated, that another well could bedrlll",1
I than that which controls the I week made an interesting/ report of ami the water supply increased
range
left
'
spections heretofore existing and Miss Genevieve, and brother Gwynn. Tuesday night for Burma India
cause
\0' \ vision of commercial accounting. The and the proceedings going over the events'day so that there will be no necessity for ... .
be
s both of Tallahassee. to about
expects
a
1811 vessels taking pasningers from gone year.
sr j f; free lance is a man without a country, 1|| our The Gazette will follow him and in by day.There restricting the use" of water at a much

: 1 tho fifth wheel of a vehicle; his work ports to comply strictly with the inspection I If t'e you got a ticket at Lawson's that far he will were !15 delegates in attendance lower figure I than the installation of meters ,
f read each
I[ t, is like whistling jigs to a milestone; ]laws of this country. Great disasters yet? Some one gets $2.>0 Saturday away country and they were entertained in that will call for. '
'''f'j without are not without their benefits night, you know. It I' week the news as it transpires in this fine style characteristic of Tallahassee. ,
he may have individuality' section. Twenty-fix, e meters were ordered butit
The loss of the Titantic will be the
identity; positivity without power; recognition I causeofcsafe Sermon' subjects for next Sunday at I I There were a number of able sermons may lie thai they will not be installed.:
i: InIardinlorean/: travel in the You get; your dollar's) worth atLawson's and lectures by members of the del
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,{ 1 without regard; position with the Christian church will be "The Race A committee ot council composed of J.

"(, 4, out place; satisfaction without sacra- ,; future as never before of Life," in the morning, an1'l he 'I every dollar every spent time.there Remember gives you that a I l nomination. A feature of the convention M. Lee) , A. S (Gilhertand; II. M. Breaker

,' I. ment. It is advisable for one to find a I Greatest Art" at night. chance to draw $2.50 Saturday night.: '] was a talk by !tt'v.V. G. Fletch- has the matter under consideration. An yl

: r{" suitable biblical injunction and follow The Gazette sends greetings to its I ,- It 'I I er, who has", been a special( missionary early decision. of 1 the question will be ofgreat
hrethern ,in session. at 1'ulatka thiswl'.k. An opportunity to buy some things at I ', to Cuba. As result of this
a appealthe '
it, if he I have "Prove all .
can. one: and this the
advantage: realizing
Mr. S. who
A. lives
I I II (*''ht. Stanford's Make-Itoom: Sale Todd at St. Cloud
fj j', They all deserve a vacation, next year's motto will be "Cuba
(i1 things;; hold fast to that which tow June 26th. 1t i and is a traveling man, had a little eununittecwdl undoubtedly make a fina.1, I
'and they could be in no better hands for Christ" The banners were awanld -
good. My reference in its .
application I i I athletic exercise Saturday. Being in report at soon a. possible.On .
is wholly temporal. I've proved some i I 1,I than Russell and Vickers and the Mc1 Mr. Wm. Winters is enlarging: / the Ijoughman and, desirous of reaching as follows: Senior banner to Si, Ima

things in the course of my limited kenzie, and the Wattles brother) A fine' citrus grove on his Shingle Creek farm. Kissimmee! time to take the1:10: to I Avenue League Tampa; District' ; banner the Blink.

; experience. I've essayed 'i, program of entertainment was provided He will also build a new house and new I to the Tampa district; Junior banqer -
newspaper
St. Cloud he missed the )
accidentally
i I various roles in the business of printing !!land I will I be earned, out. Several mem- fences, and make other improvements.For ; to the Springfield League, and the Not financially but! bodily disabled] was i

and Calm after : hers will. go:: on to Baltimore to attend tram that arrives here at one o'clock j jI | Boy's banner to the Arcadia League. the" condition of the Citizens Bank yes-
publishing. judgment i
j jthese SI1I.At old Bank and there
one I available
'! Building being; no convey-
the )Democratic convention. It is to be' I St- Augustine will be the next meetingplace. ternlay.< Its president, Hon A. E.
: bed and I
years I is that the most commendable iron springs, dresser 2 commodes I ante, he hoofed it and reached here justin
; work that one of the cult can I It I|1 hoped! that the !I'alatka convention will 2 table. I 6; dining room (chairs I ] I Donegan.' is. going lame from a boil or
tune catch his train. Tired soaking
,, witness the settlement of all the difference books, etc. Call Saturday, Monday and I to I rising on IIIN foo!. W. A. Smith cashier -
perform to become Identified with
1 .. + is a I j Tuesday mornings.: I ltd| wet from the shower he met shoes i|
: as to Underwood and Wilson SHOT FINGERS Off had misfortune to step ofT the
staunch publication 'i
t I weekly in a good and trousers covered with mud he said' '
; between the two ,porch" and sprain," his ankle] no he lion I
Kranks-Mayeg and Coming.Mr. .
{ community and give the best in him I I I things about the tram which i
service we ,I
:it I Harris-so that all will. he at the eiutrht s, and I'uul K. Weaver, assist- ,
for the of serene
{ good both. Such is my cle- I|i big pow-wow. : J. R. Bass a former resident of 1 shall not print.Remurkahle. Accident Causes C. M. Schmidt: Deplorable ant cuilner, I gave evidence of his in- I
termination. I
'1' 'I I Happly, or designedly, Conclusion',i!I .,. Kissimmee left on Wednesday for hishome I money saving in your i i Loss.. lirmity by s'orlnth.... ball /game at I I
in Homerville. Ga. after a week's purchases at Stanford's MaKeRoom'Sale. Sanford Wednesday.. '
4, I and Opportunity met. I am in Kmsimmee !I I A number of law students were alI visit here with his father :Mr. J. E. It I II II Mr. C. M. Schmidt of I'inlale had the I j

U I and with the Valley Gazette. '! milled to practice upon examination Sass, SrAbout misfortune to lobe a part of the two

.5. : t t They both look good to me. The ad- 'j| before the supreme court) last week N I I Mr I Charles E: McCrory.; official court t middle fingers on his right hand whileon For Trade

4 vancemont of one means the progress j among/: them George/: W. Itassett, Jr. fifty Ready-to-Wear Dresses l stenographer' arrived from DeLand on a fishing trip at Shingle Creek Wednesday
: .
Gingham; Lawn 1'ique" Embroidered Have Indiana Farms and Pr
of the other; the good of one the wel- of Palatka.] Mr. Bassett deserves' I Designs one-third oil. Wednesday and has been quartered at'' afternoon. He had taken his City ,1
'' fare ot the other the of pecial credit for passing the examina- i j the Graystone while here. Mr. McCro- I !party: to Trade for Florida !Real Estfcte. 1ht 1-
; progress one It Katz's Sale ;2<>th. shot gun along and .when ready to start K. .JJ. .
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COOK.
the prosperity of the other. tion. He devoted only a few month to ry is one of the youngest and at the home picked, the and the shell j
up gun >
IF il The Valley Gazette is one of the tha study carried on his studies, with Mr.1 A. S. :Nelson': leaves this week on !| same time one of the best stenograph- exploded, blowing/: off the ends of the !, Greencastle; Ind. /-

m I oldest institutions in Kissimmee; it has I j his daily work, and yet he succeeded.He a business trip to Kansas Oklahomaand i ers engaged: in official reporting. He is fingers. What caused the explosion | -- - --

i c taken its part in every step and stage has the making a great lawyerand Missouri, in the interest; of the Judge Perkins's right hand man Mr. Schmidt cannot account for as thegun FOU) SAI.K Large Parlor (Organ) and ],
j in Nelson I Realty Co. lie expects to be Household (Coals very cheap if sold i
of growth through which the town has advocate him, and has !
many several weeks. I| Silks Silks Silks Will he one of had not been used I and exploded as soon C. W. Fl.KMlNG.'
M t passed and will continue to do so. friends in Kissimmee and elsewherewho gone the features of the great sale'at Katz's soon as it was touched.! i: :Lii-tf I West (Oak) Street '

i Age lends assurance; success brings ,i are banking that he will not disappoint Money well spent means a naw dress I I I'-ilith.: Iti

i f. solidity. Kissimmee has made greater them. Here's to his success. to you 2(>th of June, Katz's Sale. It
I strides .in proportion than any other j i Mr. S. D. Decker, of Sapulpa, Okla., |

Florida town; its destiny is definite but I .The Highlands Hummer Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Clark and Mr. i 1 has reached OsceoU county and will I
not definable ieout, anew and Mrs N. S. Wood'-of St. Cloud settle at St. Cloud. lie was first at-
; its expansion is certain publication with
1s but not confined; its limits are Larry publishes L. Larry his Pope picture as editor. motored over Wednesday night to at- tracted to this section by the Valley'' A Horse A Night-shirt

illimitable-no at tend the theater, but encountered: blow Gazette. lie has been practicing law '
paradox. the head of the editoral! column and is ., :
Backed outs and punctures, thereby reaching for thirty.five years, and will continue ,
'a wonderful '
section of
by not a-bad looking fellow. The Hummer here at a late hour. ' ', "; ? the practice of; his profession at St.' < ': : ;*! ; ''I I "
the 1 111 :
grist of'growth "J i
country will be and allt >
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furnished in proportion to the effort. hopes it has come to stay Here's Come early at Stanford's MakeRoomSale .
i The town pulsates with life-it is newt! luck. I and get the best selections It i, come.

There are no Ivy clung walls; no It will pay you to buy now at Stan-
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s .oJ ''ed rookeries, and not a musty haunt'I'I I Coming ford's Make-Room Sale. It Have you ever seen several intrepid horsemen ride to an appointed 1J)

its library. There-are no ancient landmarks QUIET TERM Of COURT : Don't forget that the sale at Katz'sme i place, leap to the ground open u satchel take from it a white f

save only the bewhiskered trees I I ns money' to you and it begins on Coming. night-shirt put it on, remount their horses and rule back to the
the !2<>th. It i starting point, wearing the night-shirt and, the valise in
i and they are LIVE oaks. It has the No Indictment Miss Mattie Bandy will leave next carrying
the vigor of youth the diligence and Returned in Shaker Mr. S. B. Porter of St. Cloud, was I I I Wednesday for an outing of several one hand and an open umbrella in the other? Don't you KNOW it

' Case Yet weeks. She wi I will be interesting? Come over on the '
excursion
daring of frontlery; the richness of over Wednesday evening doing' some I i join an party |

v undisaipated resource; the alertness of Circuit court convened Tuesday with advertising fof their fourth of July celebration ]- I in Richmond Va., for a trip including -I j t

ambition; the endurance of virginity; Judge J. W. Perkins on the bench and and to meet his brother B. I Washington, Baltimore, New York j FOURTH OF JULY ;;

H' the incentive of desire; and the logical Solicitor 'John C. Jones present. The Harold Poreer of Washington, D. C., Buffalo, Niagara Falls Toronto and the I
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location. grand jury was! organized with H. C. now manager of the Seminole Land I I' 'Thousand Islands after which she wit! And help us laugh at the contestants. Yes there i is a prize for Ihe

Let laggards look on and marrel. Stanford as foreman. The greatest interest I Company. spend some time in New York purchasing winner; and twelve other prizes aggregating $li5 for twelve other

The ;hotels are this day filled with in this term of court center Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan and son Lewis l her fall millinery stock. I equally interesting events. We want you to come and we'll promise -

visitors; not Idlers but investigator, about the celebrated Shaker case, in O'Bryan Jr., arrived in Kissimmee I Subjects at the Methodist church next you a good time.

men of means and Industry and they which brother Egbert Gillette of the ; "For in Christ Jesus \
Fr.iday.last to join Mr. O'Bryan who I is Sunday; : Morning- -
are here for a purpose. They come Shaker colony had been bound over to local manager of the Title Guaranty Co. I, neither circumcision availeth any- ST CLOUD, FLA. 1:4''

,from across the nation's borderland to await the action of the grand jury for They will occupy the H. C. Stanford thing nor uncircumcision but a new ..<

'the north from the East beyond the the killing of Sadie Marchant, a dependent residence while the family is away creature." Evening-"For whatsoevera Twelve other contests equally as interesting!: {;', .,

seas, from theWestofour own country of the colony. Up to the time of spending the summer. man soweth that shall also reap." I
from the sister States. The fame of going to press the grand jury had not i 3 Q ..1

.., the Kissimmee Valley has transcended reported. The impression prevailedthat -

k ? F ,..:.i the reach of domestic bounds-we're no indictment would be returned.A .

1 on the map! number of witnesses were called be-

What better arms and accoutrements fore the grand jury. The public is fa- Good Furniture head Graves can furnish =!
S U M M E RFURNITURE
: are needed carry the battlements miliar with the circumstances. The the list of need. to make ./our home attractively

of Want and Fear and Discontent Marchant woman was sick unto death

t ? We have strength and daring and begged her attendants to end her the home attractive. and completely.
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ri' 'and an exhaustless store of misery. Gillette administered chloroform i

..t munitions for this peaceful war. to relieve her pain and she died '

t I am glad to be here. It Is helpful from the effects. Other cases before

to live among people so wholesome of the court were of minor interest

mind and so healthful of body. TheInd..ldual. _. -- - -- -- '
d I EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME I
\ make the community; the Teachers Are Appointed.At .

:, fi chain Is no stronger than its weakest '
the meeting of the school board h ,
link. To build strong: the personal the teachers were appointed as fol- Iron Beds Mattresses Chiffoniers S

.l,, character of its citizens Is one of the lows: Osceola High School. R. M. Springs Dressers r
,, t first concerns of the city. Kissimmeehas .
i started Evans principal; Almena] Leitner; first
right Take it by and
large I there is no better town in the assistant; Mrs A. A. Simpson second When you buy furniture, get something that will endure. Come to "The Store that

h p country while there are thousands not assistant. Grade teachers: Martha Appreciate Your Trrde" and here get the most substantial product of America's fore- .
King, Albina Smith Emma
nearly so good Futch, furniture house
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Wooldridge Harriet
t t JOE HUGH REESE. Wilcox
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Y One of the most interesting- and im- Emma School Yowell.No. 10, Rhoda Lucas; No. 12 Dining Tables Serving Tables Chairs

portant documents ever issued from the Jane Dickinson; 13 primary departmetn .


r .Goverment the comittee printing of inquiry office is on the the report.of loss Main Bessie., assistant Lawson C.16.N. principal Carnes: gradesas Cora I Home Outfits that Outlive the Home \ 1

:, of the steamer Titantie. The opin- follows. Lula Atwood, Fleda Doo- k

ion of many is that legislative Inve.tigatlona little Lillian Dale Laura Lee; 18, We can furnish your home complete. Come and see us. T

are Without effect. In Fred Harvey 20, L. L. Jordan, M. a

many cases this hold true, but it can Jamison, Juanita '
Thompson; 2, Mary
ii ::1 hardly be so concluded as to this par David; 9, Mrs. J. K. Steffee; 23 Mary Hi hQuaiityl/ GRAVES
i ";r.-- PriceROSS I High Quality-. ,
,. \ : dculai: 1nveaUgsUon. The information I Florence; 28, R. L. Riley, principal, v f ,

,:'disclosed is startling in spite of thee I Nettie Hodges;? assistant; 36 Nellie LOW that Appreciate Trade Low Price t.

ti f .rAJ ?frull.. _accounts; given: ,by the newspapers 1 Wetherbee; 46, Katherine Shadoan. r < ij.r."

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The Kissimmee. Valleu (Gazette Mr and Mrs.. C. D. Laasiter are the 'Miss.Effle Lawson is visiting friendsat '. 1 I :tl,
( parent of a fine nine-pound boy. M. KauVnd son Edgar and Mr. J. H. ,
.Ellsworth
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Shingle Creek. ,, secretary
and
". TELEPHONE MO. 11. D,. T. M.,Rivers are taking their meal Misi Anna B. Carson daugb'ter'f
treasurer
Orlando comes here for a came'to- at the Graystone of the Kissimmee Farm Land, 1 Hon. C. A. Carson has ',
Dr. J.' returned from
.D.: Chun and Mr. Clyde Edwards during the absence of Bond and -
1 Loan
PUBLISHED EVERY' FRIDAY morrow and Sanford Co., has gone to W..h> | 1 nextWednesday. ,. druggist of St. Cloud, came their.families ington in the interest H Springs, CaL, where she has been' ,
of
his
I v. W.. B--: ;F IB., Mr. M. III. Miller, 'of Conoley? was over Tuesday to court. ?,. ._....I._..CjRkjJahnson/ has thoroughly company attending college. The young received ;
overhauled Messrs. R. L. Mercer : a glad; welcome.
business and Fred Her brother
transacting
In the Tues-
city on his .
Mr. C. A. Funk the barge and is
won 12.60 cash now ready to Kinney, St.: Cloud, have opened a Charles will remain at Cold Springs for '
day.That prize Saturday night/ given away by Mr. accommodate picnic and fishing: parties grocery store' in the building! formerly the summer camp. Th.manyfrlend.of '{ ''
Linen Lawson;, of number. ) ., "
dress .is the the merchant. any .
thing. We
this
occupied by &
WeatherReportFollowing Bally Co. on Penn. ave, young man will be pleased tolearn
certainly are there '
It strong Katz's; Sale Get 26th.one. Mrs. T. A. Bass and children returnedto Wanted to Rent-5-room House with i Miss Virginia Makipson left that he went through "exams" admirably .

"iI their home near Bassinger Tuesday conveniences; close in; permanent; must for Gainesville Thursday and has cause to feel proud of
be
Mrs. J, N. Bass reasonable. Wanted Ga, where she will
has July 15 Ad
returned from his
are the dally temperatures . on the.steamer Osceola, dress "S" Gazette take a year's work.,, "
office. ..
and Cairo Ga., where she has been on a tf preparatory course in the summer

reported by the precipitation'Government as visit terest 1 will in sell the one-half Home or Bakery the whole Poor In. Hon, Cary D. Landis. of Deland, fall. school befo/e entering college next J. S. Anderson formerly manager of + .

station at Kisslmmee for the John C. Jones, prosecuting(: attorney, health'the only reason. A. Smith 24tf recently nominated as solicitor for this I ? ,the Seminole Land and Investmentat

week ending June 20, 1912. from Orlando is registered at the Gray Mr. circuit to succeed Hon. John C. Jones, I Mrs. p. C.: Thompson of .St. Cloud, St. Cloud and I.ter'.t Lvnn n.ven.
stone. A.s W. Smith cashier of the was in the city Friday. is the guest of her father, Mr. J. W. passed the day. Tuesday In the city

MAX HIM. RAIN Citizens Bank was confined to his Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Van Duzerand Thompson. With her came the little calling upon friends. Mr. Anderson-

Friday . . . 92 73 Mrs. E. E. Williams of St. Cloud home .Monday and Tuesday.A little grand-daughter left Kissimmee daughter, Mr. Thompson's first grand. resigned his position with the above ''

Saturday:. . . 95 73 .50 spent the day Tuesday with Mrs. F. barge loaded with rosin came in Monday for Green Forrest Ark. to child. company last March and went to> '

Sunday. . . . 95 74 A. Key. from Rosalie, Monday, and returned spend the Hummer Miss Ethel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porto Rico for months. stay. lie expects :,

Monday . , 98 74 .'. Buy your daughter, your wife or some loaded. with merchandise.' Mrs. Ludlam J. J. Hall was at home over Sunday: to locate in Florida as he has a.
Tuesday.... . . 97 75 . of the family a silk dress at Miss Margurette A Blackwell of Ash- Frankie and her guest, Miss from Loughman where she is fine young orange grove on the banksof
1 Raulenson employed
of
Wednesday 97 76 10 It Kat 8 Sale 26th. ton, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Mary Dixon made Lakeland and as stenographer for. th'e Everglades Lake Runnymede near St. Cloud. "

Thursday 95 74 ,13vVW'VW A little girl baby appeared at the Walter Bass last Sunday. St. Cloud Tuesday. an auto trip to Land Co. The Washington American
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller lastweek. League-
-- . Mrs. E. A. Barnes of St. Cloud, Friendship Lodge No. 10 K. of P. The ladies of the Presbyterian church I baseball team returned home Monday r''
visited her sister Mrs. Geo. Saunders met with the Orlando will hold an ice cream festival on the from its western toarof sixteen straight /
\ --wH"" tiw """"e .H Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew returned\ on the fore part of the\ week. day night and report a lodge last Fri lawn of the church Tuesday June 25th, victories. A line of fans a half miler i

Monday from a visit to Miami and Jack very pleasant I; from o'clock in the afternoon until 9 long,Monday morning waited to
buy
Mr. G. C. Fields evening./
of Orlando is actingin ,
THE: LOCAL FIELD. sonville. of the seats (
evening. Tuesday's game, and at ten
I the of I .
i i capacity express agent during Mr. E. C. Bryan who ,
J. S. Stratton, St. Cloud's,big/ orange the illness of Mr. Bogue. I headquarters. makes his Mr. Seymour, Miss Clyde Seymour o'clock 3,000 reserved' seats and all the '
i grove man, registered at the Graystone here left Monday on an 'and Lamar Frazure, of the lower East boxes had Been:) sold. President Taft
I N NMN--% %%N"" % """" Monday. I Mr. 'J. E. Bowen, a prominent land extensive Toomer trip for the Wilson. and Coast are guests at the home of Mr. and Vice President Sherman, both enthusiasts -

---- -- owner and farmer of Loughman was I Fertilizer Co. W. B. Harris. They are on their way and all official Washington
Messrs. A. E. Scover and J. H. Wend- here Monday on legal business. attended the ,
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought./ I Mrs. J. M. Poulk returned to her to Georgia for the summer. game.
'M-tf ler, of Lakeland were business callers Mrs. J. R. Gilbert :!1 home at Cairo Ga., Mr.
returned from MIC- | yesterday aced m- John R. Clay, manager of the
here Mr. J.
M.
Rub-My-Tism cure you. 21-18t Monday. i! anopy Monday evening, where she I| pained by her mother Mrs. Geo. Bass, Aultman Garage leaves this week for of Narcoossee Dickinson, wife and baby

Dr. Hicks la driving I FOR RENT-A modern: 3-room flat I 1 spent a number of days on a visit and niece. Miss Helen Bass. Lake View, Mich. to close up somebusiness left Fnday for Savannah
new Flanders to
/ take the
Savannah
with all conveniences. i Line steamer t
city
Apply to I '
20. I W. B. Harris Gazette office. tf II]|' Dr Hicks drove over to Orlando in Mrs.!: M. )F. Owens. of Jacksonville, i is. there, and with his wife will. I to New York, from which point they '
ill at the I return to Kissimmee to live.
very home of her
Mr. H. R. Overstreet spent Sundry< j his new car/ on Wednesday and did not parents, Mr. will make a trip up the Hudson to Montreal ,
I at Shingle; Creek. I John Collier a prominent farmer of find the roads in very good condition. and C. L. Alvy, in this city. She was Miss Halsie Bowers, of North i and will subsequently return by
'lori-I
| Campbell, was in the city Tuesday on i i t brought here about a month ago. I da, was a visitor at the home of the St. Lawrence route and sail for

I Mr. O. A. McIntosh of Orlando, was legal business. i| Messrs. K. W. Hill and R. Cadman, 1 and Mrs. C. W. Griffin last week. Miss England! where they will ; "M
. in the city Tuesday. ( of Narcoossee to 1I I Miss Debbie Prescott and Mrs. Emma I Bowers spend the-
I came over attend the | was a teacher of elocution at summer.
Wanted-A girl to clerk in bakery, I Chapman, of Orlando, visited their England/ is the old home ofMr.
i Mrs. R. L. Mercer of St I one who do funeral of Capt Trench on Wedneeday. I i: the Sutherland College last term. Dickinson, and the
Cloud was can plain book-keeping. |I old friends and her mother, Mrs. W A. i pleasurable anticipations -
1 in the city Tuesday. I Home Hak(>r.y. 2tf !j Prescott, at Kissimmee Sunday last. I i I Mr. Walter W. Evans traveling of the voyage and homecoming ,

Mr. E. W. Stephenson of Xephyrhillp, I Miss Frankie Raulersonof Lakeland, I 5 or 6 doses 6fifi will break any case representative for Thomas A. Edison may be imagined. The family will .
of Chills & )Fever it acts the Mr. Jack Chambers a ofexperience N. return the latter of
; on liver musician Orange J., spent Sunday in the part September. '
spent Saturday in this city. ID the guest of Mrs R. 11. Ludlam, on better I I
than Calomel and does ,
not arrived
gripe; I in the city Mondayand city. He came to make some
Stewart necessary
avenue. I I or sicken. 2Cx.
Dr. Davis has returned from a vibit 21-181 will locate here and become Coming.
i a member repairs on the Edison machine, +

to South Florida. A. C. Uogue the popular agent of the i Mrs. Y. C. Ally, of Nashville Tenn, I of the Kissimmne Concert Band. used at the Pastime theatre. !I Mr. George T. Self of DeLand, rep i-r >:-;

Mr. H. Moody, of Micco Bluff, called I Southern Express company is confined I(1 is visiting/{ her father. Col. H. S. Todd, If choice and you are particular, I Mr A D. Covington' of Rosalie, was resenting the Stetson University, was '
upon friends in the city Tuesday. j i to his bed with feverI and the Misses Donegan in this city. phone 1H15 for fircninft\f and ftianotrh-- '_ in Kissimmee Monday. Mr. Covingtonis I in' Kissimmee this week in the interestof -
Will call and make estimates.
I J. & P. Coats' I from yourown one of the largest and best that institution Mr. Self stated-
six-cord City Clerk / known
Mr. N. L. Edwards merchant, of St. spool cotton J. R. Gilbert made a order Ernest Green Sign Writer
Cloud, spent Sunday I j roc a dozen on the 2(>th, K ab's sale business and pleasure trip Saturday to and Interior )Decorator Box 139. 5.tf turpentine operators of this section that the enrollment of the past year at t'tlH.
in the city Ahout 100 shirt waists at half I Ij Stetson
price H Micanopy, returning the early part of and was at one time head of the turpentine was 504, and he is engaged in
j Miss '' A company composed of Messrs A. I the work of increasing/ that number for ?
Judge Perkins and wife of DeLand, Mary Gaines returned home, the week. operators association in thisstate. '
are registered/ at the Grayatone. Tuesday night from a visit with A, Tano Charles Cam, E. C. Roberts, the next college year. Stetson has recently -
| tives at Bowling Green, Fla. r..la'i Mr. R. C Weilder, who has been conducting ] Ira Best and J. J. Hall made the trip received a contribution of $200- w
Messrs. T. A Court and It. I L. Mercer a truck farm at Park Garden Sunday by launch to St Cloud, via the Mr. S. W. Gluck of Fernandina has 000 from a source not yet made public.
of St. Cloud Mrs. J. M. Gardner left yesterday has moved into the Bass old Disston canal. rented Mrs. Pllleys "
are in the city j I cottage on vacant buildmg/ This in. addition to its annual income i
today.I'I'| a month's visit with her daughter; Mrs i Bay street. just vacated by Ludlam & '
Mrs. I McDonough, from the original endowment and already
J. II. .
Hryan is !I -
W. Miss Mattie Clayton of !'
visiting B Crawford, at Cairo, Ga. Cresent City, 1 and will open a shoe store and repair !
lives at Dover this week. I Mr. Robert Bullock caught a 30 Fla. is visiting her brothers Messrs. about magnificent college plant brings .].;
Mrs. C. W. Dann, Chas. and Maurine pound bass at New last shop July 1st. Mr. Gluck re the institution prominenely before the
Smyrna week Charles .
tnp f'fr.to M. C. Calyer made a business' ) Uann and Mrs. H. E. Cole visited with : and sent it over to his father Mr. S. While here and she Harry will Clayton be the of this city.of ( turned to Fernandina to make pre. people of Florida as one whose facilities ;!

Loughman Monday. Mrs C. A. Cole in Lakeland Tuesday. I H Itullock Miss Lena Lancaster guest parations to move his family and his i and standing are second to none in this

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business purpose, which sees in ''clearing. decks" at once, the chance to do great merchandisz .


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Regular Price $5.OO, now : : : 3.75 \ c r'' t 25 pr. ct. Off,

Silk Embroidery Dresses Petticoats" "r:; ,
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,: 'Regular All Embroidery All $10.00 values now "* : : : 6.50:';* t
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,\.. ; Wash Skirts Lawns and Batiste f r,
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Regular Price $1.50 : 3; 18c l'
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value One lot left over Men's Shirts at famous Douglas and Florsheim I small feet. In this lot the Queen -
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:" \ Cool, Stylish Summer Frocks JONES & BOWEN, Proprs., ,Presbyterian .Congregation. Wor J Jiips and FancyGROCERIES

>t,- We are now in charge of the, Under Blue Canopy. Hot Shot Bargains from '
Tailoring and Pressing Club business Key. S. S. Snyder of the Presbyter\! I
+ We have just received some chic?new' styles inChildren's formerly conducted by R. S. Ian church conducted his evening er-' the 'Cash Store

I Raines. An, experienced tailor is vitae again on the campus,of the church ,
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.', and Misses now at your command. All press Sunday and the Idea seems to fit so well

,. DRESSES lug, cleaning and dyeing will receive into the likes of the congregation thatit 1 i'i'can Roast Peef 15c Free Delivery to all Parts

.1 .:-, SUMMER prompt and careful attentionand will be an established custom when- 1.1 Corned Beef 15c of the. City
prompt delivery.: ever the weather permits. ,

; t r. Smart Styles in Dressy Frocks G1VJS US A TRIAL a church While this innovation course,may there be.! 'were viewed none as 3 cans'rBeans No 1 Pork- &- 25c


I : made of Fine Quality Phone 210 who demurred on the matter when it 2 cans No. 2 Pork &

: 4 was brought before the members of Beans 25c

I Pure Linen and White Goods the charge. In fact, it was hailed with 15 1.00
lbs. Oran. Sugar -
'Small .Farm for Sale.
di approbation. It was at first thought The
No. 4iW-Ten acre farm located three inadvisable to bring the large; church Salt Mackerel each 5c

Missses' Cool, Stylish miles from postoffice, under new hog- organ out on the lawn on account of Moro (cooking ) Molasses lOc i ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY
proof wire fence two-room cottage the frequent showers, but one member, :
Summer Frocks fine arteaian well of water, 1MO: ( feet with the proper spirit, took a subscription White Salt Meat 14c

deep, between five and six acres clear list and in a short time had secured Smoked Bacon 16c

It.I''. t Come and see them at ed. 75 headof poultry and furniture in suflicient.funds with which to purchasea

.j t t'q t- the house goes with the place; all for smaller instrument, especially for Free! Free!! Free!! JOURNAL
these out of door Rev. Mr. I
services.
$GOO; terms on. part of purchase priceIf
J desired. Snyder M at work this week arranging J lb. pkg. Ho-Ya f'Iix.!; Tea 15 I

24tt II., M. Breaker & Co. for a larger seating capacity and better The Biggest Newspaperin
'" }: -" - -- illumination and next Sunday's devot- A beautiful sauce' dish tumbler -
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., Mrs. E. L. Pearce Big Bargain In a home.Splendid ional large;services attendance.will undoubtedly witnessa package'or mug atWEST free' with each

'f new SIX room house just Inside regular price of The At

I t.f t. city limits fine deep well, lot contains REMOVED fROM VAULT KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S lanta Semi-Weekly Journal is 75 .

f ; : I two acres of ground, good, new cents a year. If you will send us.
I barn, wagon and buggy sheds and all -
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garden ranch. I
I It I or poultry From Kissimmee.The The KIsslmmeeValley
''r't' C. A. CARSON. J A. CRANFORD 3. L. LUPFER. This is a fine proposition where you I I

; Praldant VIce-PrMldcnt Secretary will have the freedom of the country remains of Mrs. Annie Barbnau, I Gazette

1, rf 4 yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages who died three years ago last February,
11 of the city, such as splendid high and those of her son, Walton Barbeau, Phone 250 Quick Delivery I a.nd.1h.: : .

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. school, best markets, churches, etc. who died three years ago; last March II
4 II Atlanta! 3em1-Weekly
Price $1,600. were taken from the receiving 'vault I
24tf 1 11.! M. breaker &Co. here Saturday by Undertaker J. W.
Journal
I
ir
Thompson and shipped to Silver Creek
: I Choice Vacant Lot. N. Y., to be buried beside that of the Get the HabitOF
u Rough and Dressed aI i both: one yea.rFOR
No. 470-This choice lot is locatedone father, who died last year in California
block west of the court house on and who was later interred at :Silver SMOKING A I
/ 4 Emmett street, in best resident s.-ction Creek REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" I ONLY $L75
PINE LUMBER
HUH frontage ot 71: feet on Em The Barbeaus have a handsome home

I .. L I ]I( met street extending back U71} feet. here at Hammock Grove and it was

I : f )( Few orange and grapefruit tri'en on the custom of the family to spend the Send in Your Subscription

b the lot. On newer and water lines. A winters here. It was on one of these Sold at all stores who want
I : HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY bantam at $1i<{"><>IfMI.< > I, sojourns that the mother and eon died I the best for their customers Right AwayTo

: l _'!ltf II. M. Hr.,aktr i. Co. Mr Alexis C. Barbeau, another bon,, '

I was here last week and suirerintendedthe | this paper, not to the Atlanta
I .%3ti0RY0SYJSYJCYJ.YY.Y./.YdtY./YtYJY//J-/: : !:; ;r.rJ.rJ.JO!:& Fruit and Truck Land.
]removal of the holies, returning I. SemiWeekly" Journal.
We have live and, ten acre tracts in with them to the north I

I Liberty Park, the, most desirable" suburban i The residence of the family i I..re on DR. W M. HARPEROSTEOPATH

property on the market whichwe Barbeau'8 Inland I
j will still be retained
Distance
Lung
are offering} for your consuls ration I by them as their winter home It is .
Yhone29f
:
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Advertising at prices that are attractiv.V,. will one of the finest. in this section having ---- -- FOR SALE !!

be pleased" to show these tracts to prospective I Kpacious groves and gardens producing STECIALIST IN

purchaser at any time. Do not / a great amount of fruit, vegetables CHRONIC DISEASES
is saying the right thing fail to see this property before purchasing He. I

v : the as it has the advantages of (being I Mr. Alexis Barbeau now the head of CONSULTATION EKAMINATIOr. mLl. ; ONE LARGE MULE
time
at right I
clone in and on the very best paved the family, is president of the Howes KISSIMMEE FLA to work double t.
'
; in the right road in the county convenient to the Co. of Silver Creek one of the largest ,TUESDAYS THURSDAYS SATURDAYS
. I. way city school and churches Five acre manufacturers of grain cleaning mach- OFFICE CENTRAL HOTEL Sell Cheap

; tracts $250 and $:,500. inery in the world. The Howes Com- ONE SMALL
YOUNG
We
make a soecialty of planning: preparing I
1 literature and conducting campaigns for 24-tf II M. Breaker &. Co. pany is chiefly owned by the Barbeau PHONE :366/ ORLANDO FLA II

Land Companies. Boards of Trade. Municipalities estate. MULE
and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN Splendid Investment.No. I ONE LARGE DRAY

., 466.It certainly is exasperating'I Innovation Not Popular. fIORIDA REAL[ (ESTATE{ FOR SAt( HORSE

ADVERTISERS to see.an opportunity of making big, A New York clergyman was requested
yt, quick moneyand then not be able to by a member of his congregationto Beautiful winter home sites situatedin FIVE REGISTERED
take hold of it. We can't buy all the ask the women to remove tbelr the. Lake Region of Florida. '

i, TAMPA FLORIDA good things we'see, and we are willingto hats In church He said that he believed i'rucking and farming Lands in largeor JERSEY BULLS

pass them along to our friends.Here's In tbe propriety of such a request small tracts 2 to 5, years old
but wishing to avoid unpleasantness
. a sureone-113 acres all plattedand similar to that which followeda CITY. PROPERTY A SPECIALTY FOUR OR FIVE MILK
--- -- - - -
ready for sale in five and ten
acre like demand List with for
on the 'part of Rev. Dr. your property me quick
I tracts located within, 1J.J miles of our Crass of St. Paul he would try to as- salts. COWS

t L fi passenger depot, on and in close prox- certain the sentiment of tbe womenon also
'
imity to the best hard road in Osceola the subject After a few days be H. M. Breaker & Co.Box .
county. We are offering the tract Sn a told the'woman who bad suggested I THREE COLTS

body at a very attractive price. No the no hat order that be bad made a 17B KISSiMMEE. FLA 2 years old
: ; further to it superficial canvass and added: "You
. 4 Summer Time expense necessary place
__
remove your bat at service next Sun- h __
4 on the market in small tracts. See us.
: day and see bow
will
women
many
24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co.
W. B.
follow'tbe good example. In telling MAKINSO1N
- -
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--- the story the woman said: "I was tbe
Truck and Citrus Fruit Land. only one. Now I wear my iat to avoid YATES BASS 24-tf
"
No. 462-Seven and one-half acres of being conspicuous.

It is pleasant indeed to spend the the best truck and fruit land KIs-
a summer on snow- in .
J. M YATES sal HENRY T .ASS, Managers Tested and Proved Good
simmee Park. This land is in proximity Not His Proper Play. ,
capped mountains, or amid the Great Lakes, or where one ,
to the lake. Call on us and we will "Paid. the taxes on your bouse and Successors to the Freshness
can hear the roar of the ocean's and next to this is as well as high grad quality.'
waves a put you in touch with the owner; you lot yet?
DONE6AN CATTLE COMPANYAll Call for what you want In the '
", summer spent in Kissimmee in a cosy furnished home, and can deal direct with him. This prAp- "Yes and there's a mistake Of several GROCERY LINEDIBBLE
erty is offered at a great reduction dollars In tbe amount.
enjoy the refreshing breezes from off the,, lakes, and we have from what land in this locality is selling "Why don't you make a kick about kinds of fresh
a "
*' i the time and the furniture and if your place is not furnished for It? Meats-Florida andWesternkept .
"Kick! Hub! Tbe mistake Is In
24-tf H. M. BREAKER .
t & CO.
? ", or if you would like anything, we want you to visit us, see the my favor. in
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well selected stock which we have, and let us supply your Good News. "How?" do you know, there's a mistake perfect condition anxj
f fc sold at lowest prices
:: wantp. Make life and friends the "Becausethis la the first time In I
easy your happy. please We have secured a few 5 and 10 acre
tracts of the finest fruit and truck six yearn tbat tbe tax hasn't been In- compatible with, good
little 'ones.
lands, within half a mile of the city creased.?' service.
limits, which we can offer at the very -
'j' low price of $50.00 per acre. Ki.-
; EASY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS simmee is expanding so rapiiiy thesis "Insure Your .Property"Nelson Dreued Chicken, Freah
\.. lands will soon be almost in town and
;.:. will be worth many times the priivn T'n Eggs, and thing mighty
Co.
Realty are! prepared
p.t asked today. Do not go miles into the good to eat.
.t s Country for small tracts at any price, to write insurance in several of the '
i KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.. while you can get such tt. tliuru. at this reliable, old line companies and will i a''i
price. Soon, there WIoI l .bo no such I in urn your property for you at the New Fixtures new

... ." '. J. E. RUSH, Manager. opportunities as Info as nil nearby 1 .west possible rate. They have never
.' lands will begatht-reuup. The quantity Scales and a new
S '' r' hid trouble in adjusting losses and & SO1S
;f OPERA MOUSE NEAR NEW' DEPOT is limited and1\III bOOn bit taken.Other any
:
I I
lands a little nearer In, but no look well to the interests ot their clientsIn Firm but the same

better have reien'ly' roll l at one securing payment in case of loss old reliable
to
party
hundred dollars per acts and. some haves We will
appreciate your business and
'*.1 S.f. -- - ----- prohibitive price.24tf H..M. Breaker &; Co. give it careful attention. We ask a take your orders and The Kissimmee Library.The .

r: uKr. linerol share of your patronage and will
:
.
.r ,' .. give you service. Kissimmee Library offers to I iti
100 Acies. preciate it sufficient to give you them
subscribers a list of over four hundrti
.J 4 Kissimmee Boat Co. 100 acres, a norliiui of which; Is in lira ,'5t courteoua'' and careful business books by the best authors, any or all ol
Building city limits, at $50 I er u< re aid on *.II y t ention.. YATES & BASSPhone which you have the privilege of readipl
r payments. It -Waring, & Cu. 11:, t NELSON REALTY Co. for only $2 which secures a sing
HENRY O'NEAL MANAGER 44 membership, or $5 for a family mel j
bership. Capt. Trench the librarian
BOATS BUILT TO ORDER Splendid Rtsidence Lot. will issue you a membership card foj
the above
amount. Library in Stat
No 463-Fin.. large,
vacant
rorrt r The Coolest Place in Town Bank building. 8-tf
f Get the Habit
Any Size Any Style lot, 80x1471 feet close to Uke. Splendid -
location, good i.eigl burl one*. \\e SMOKE

: Repairing and Painting are offering this laiye lot at U.. very
b-.t
. low price of $400 ctu h. II. M. Breaker Boone's StraightMade School Library Open.

Agency for & Co. . l -tt Every (Friday
Bargain in Twenty Acres. during the summa
GIBBS MARINE MICHIGAN WHEEL CO.'S in K.i..iirim.... from 4 to 5 o'clock p. m., the schw
A rive-Aae Farm.A Twenty acres of land, lees than one .
ENGINESFIXTURES library will be open. Mrs
,, The Cigar with the! Real T ute mile from postoffice. A good locationfor SimpM
.'x d ;YARDS SOUTH NF JOHNSON'S DOCK A farm In Pint'd.le l with goad subdivision. will be in charge the first part ot t1 ..'
a Can be had
; ow P.: O. BOX '141 20ft fence and cleared for 60tf. with ay Bex tray a solicited for $65 summer, and someone else will .Ut I
.I payment. R.,D. Waring.* Co. 1C-U per acre. ,l.R. D. Waring &; Co. 19-tf take up. the work. R. M. EVAijtsi.

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OTICE THE DEAD .ARE FEW IJ R

. SOLOMON B. AULTMAN, Pres. W: M FERRELL '
; Vice Press & Mgr. G. W. WATBON. Sec.

. IIi NotlceIu: bereby. given that the following described lands, or 10 much thereof ab Mortality Rate in Kissimmee is Low OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY ;(Inc.) ); -
o
ll.r, '
FIRsTl wllh COlt ot.ucp t.&iale a04 ady..rtlMlolr due for, tese."'11I be herelo sold at 'lulic suction oil the and Health Conditions Excellent. ..

if Court MONDAY Douse IN JULY A. L.! lUU, It .1lelug the first day ot wd month la front Planing Mill and !f .
.t.he door at Klwlmmoe. the County: of O.ceola and State,of Florid. KUsimmee'. vital statistic ,furnish Novelty Works I

---"-- a subject for some interesting deduct oIa.ooJ
;::
ions. ..At thg! city hall, a record is care.fUlly :rJ

ail. 1:1I:1: kept, according to the approvedway QCI IIo
.
.rs and when this is arranged in 1rIJ!
DESCRIPTION !
OB LAND"m s condensed form, the average' citizen : I
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13 a s o S3 : ti1i
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JI" Ii will extend his chest a trifle in appreciation tWo } :

of the advantages that apper 31

NW of 81 % . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 211 34 40 Eubank, W A.'I. .' 2.18 tain-to his native habitation. CI ..- ..:
1IV of BWK . . . . . . . . . . . 8" 20 84 40 KMvase, W II. . 2.18 A period of ten yeau, extending from -
f!I. jf j iijvi"of . . . . . . . . . 17 31 34 40 Ibouiai, W 8. . 8.61S
S1Vy4 NKVi of'NEvi'lof . . . . . . . 13 2U 33 10 Savage, II. B. .>. .88 1901 to 1911, Inclusive shows that a
NW% NWVi and 8W1 of NW% and total of 214 deaths were recorded, and ::
HW t or 81 t4 and 8Ey4 or 8W % 18 20 .13! 160 Savage W II . 9.41
WS5 0 NWy4 . . . . . . . . . . .... 23 29 34 80 Jolinn L 8. . . 4.2O of this number. were not residentsof Jul! IE'Ry : '
NWy4 or 81Vy4 . . . . . . . . 3 2U 33 40 1'adnett, John. . 8.70 Kissimmee proper. : : ..
Deg NW cor of NWVi of )fSV/ %, run d
V70 ttl W OOU ft, N 87U rt, W 000 ft. a so 31 13 Unknown . . .'. 1.47 This gives an average annual death : I 0
EV4 of NWVi of NWVi . . ,.. . . . . 17 2031 20 8fmlnole Land A rate of 17. and for the number of inhabitants !
Inv Co. 1.91
R'Vy4 of NWVi . . . . . ... . . . . . 3 2.1 30 4*, HaYbor W'K" 'I 2.48 include., this is a phenomenal
HI:'4 of 8IOV4 . . . . . . .T. 3 25 30 40 Vgulllvan, W II, 'Jr. 2.48 ,
MJV4 and NU of NE'! of SCVi, ten Nyy\ J showing. Of the total number of dealing wi thrus you will be able; to get just what you want, and In a specified time, be'tlidea WE WILL SAVE ,,,r; .
of NVi\( of N\V Vi of NK V4 . . . . . . 4 25: 110 170 Darb'rV V . . 20.00 ; deaths entered in the record, we can I SAVE YOU from lu to 15 PER CENT, We are located on private switch and load directly.Into earl. f' ,t.; '
i
81vy4 of NNV . ,5 .. .
2.1 3O
40 !:Ilokc. Aaron 8.34 -
Lot. 1WVi . 1UJ5 :1"1" / \ Sullivan, W II, Jr. 3.34 deduct 17 that met death by accident, OSCEOLA LUMBER
of REV. or MW'and'iV of'8Ey, COMPANY Inc. FLOBIDA
such as 2 killed by locomotive, M19yIMME1 y
ot NE' . . . . . . . poison ; ,
4 ut 8W% . . IS 1I\O inso flre -n. Joih . .. B.00
!: . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 21211 Carroll, C U. 8.02 4; drowned 2; accidental .gunshot; .
'tvyatpfW Vy4 . .. . . . . . . . ... 1 2n 2U\ 40 Kit-Id, II I W. . . IS.110 snake bite suicide andso
'E4 otN\VOrNI: . . . . . . . . 14 25 2(1( 10 Carpenter 8am. 1.17 one by poison
:I% otf\WotNW.: . . . . . . . 14 21: 20 10 Rlcblo. Mra Mary; 1.03 on, completing the total. Furtherto n i ir
Mi.H of NWyt of 8W. :. . . . . . . . 14 2S 21) 10 Whltchard 8 M. 1.61 uI
;.i1'2r; NWVi of : t..f'ia.ct 18 211m 20 Juduon W I' . . 10.66 be. taken into consideration, were 17
> W of i'vaMii who died at birth and 41 who died un- a
Ky and on N line of NWVi of NliVi -- _.
I run W snn ft, 8 1U7 ft. I li to rt of way ; der one year of age, thus we have 139
thence Westerly' along .Bald rt of way whose distributed I

to .beg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 25 28 1 Wilson Mn Ole V 2.81 death causes were as the mmn question and should) always be
Bolt. 81 cor of lot deeded. In Ola V Wilxon follows: IS THE- TITLE GOOD ..9'is .
run W inn rt, 8 alO rt, I'0 rt of way ; I by a disinterested authority.
bunco or Heart Failure 17
T'Westerly along rt way :210 I
ft to "begIAII . . . . . . . . . . . . . JJ: 23 2K 1 WII. Henry .. . . 2.81rt
I of NVi of NWVi .,f NI3V4 q'Ing W of Typhoid Fever 11 I I will search and examine the title to the land which you are adout to purchase in
of way of Fill Mill Ity except lands
1 Urights; Disease H OfceitfiCounty, or elsewhere in Florida and if found
o old to WIlHon OlaI. end Ld' and to be flood will guarantee '
Ucnry . . . . . . . 11: 2R 28 12 1 S|III'Ir\ II. . . 2.07 Dropsy 5 \ui/\' (1/I/IIS/1088: by reason of mortgages, liens unpaid taxes and
adverse
r.I.: claims.
:
I KPK Nl K< cor :; v4 .o.r..I.t4. run W 412It i
to Co rood thin :N along MIld road Diphtheria 1 j 1 It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments in imperfect -

:NAKCOUNHII.HIS 1:14ft.I: Ulft,113:1tt.' : : . . . . . 11 228/ 1V4 JudHon. W I'. . 1.77 The remaining 80 died from miscel- titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the issue

I""I HI. 11, 11'. lllk F . . . . . \'nn<.aini:
J.I lin.NUON 14: . . .IMICN. . . . . . . . . . S SI: '$1 Unknown . . . .78 and .senility to disordered liver and I _ Aj

Lot it 2.INY11E.luE---:U1k 69 kealey 1) F 7L't death from overeating. Of the t.otall i The Title Guarantee Company does a General Abstract Business throughout the State of Florida

U. Elk 77 . . . . . . . . . . Iluot. M I. number of deaths 94 were females and Abstracts to and
Lill, r.. Ulk ua . . . . . . . . . . . . hunt M L . . .111 110 males .subdividing this we have 5 I City County Property made and delivered on short notice 4
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the HCI.lrlOlo Lend J 1: I Inv Con Sub 1)1"
.r all Ulko le4 and lu5 and 1 Whlk colored males and 10 colored females.
/fill /lInoYlnt'do and beg KI: cur .r ill k I I TITLE I GUARANTY COMPANY '
I'H' It unnyuade. run W 1u,,5: I II I lu Maaa.lye The smallest rate per year was in ,. -
then H lu l.akr H""I1) 1I1l.I., th. uSCaatcrly I 1IOI.!! } doubtless due to the small popu- Capital Stock $>tOU IMIO Of
N of Lot '. Elk 1(1:,
II 111111); nurdo.o then lJi la I'nau :AV. then lation, and the largest we find in I'.KiT I CARRDI. 1) JLIISON President EDWARD A. NASH Secretary V. H. JUDSON, Treasurer 9

N; I" beg. K""M :al BI1<1. . . . . . . :\ 2r..31 I the. year of the panic.' TOOMKR & 'KKYNOLDH. General Counsel '
\11 1II11t111I1I III lute 1'\"l'O\ .11 ond. :\I: :\:11: 140 :-:.. ( I.and k Home !
111x: .I'o..I: . 2\1\) if I For the ten years the average; an- I Oflif.-. HisbciHlilK.. Jacksonville. Fla. Branch. OHice, Kissimmee.. Fla. 4
1'hr "lIIln..l" Land h Inv eo.IuhlJIv: I LEWIS O'BHYAN. KIssimmee 1 .
nual is follows Manager Branch
rate 17 as :
of JIJo; ; ,. n"d Jo:: 'y or III;'.. and :NC'4 or. per year j
:NE44; or :NIt'y4 and :SIS\ of :-01. ', "r 1904! 26; liXIK! 22li -- . - r1e +
NW'y and K\. orOW': '. anti 1 :-01: '4 or .
I or. i nn :S\1711\ fl. I C: d(1(1 ft. :N !979' fl. '
1\ 111,11;, II . . . . :. 2111: Hill:! 14 1 l94(H> 2l: 1 1411)! ) ) 17'

- I...1 I . . ,, : . . . . :i 2'1.11 1:111.: ..... II ('. . . 1,32 I: 1\/0:1\ : 21 1907 30 1911 )1)1 I
1..0. 110.Jr... i;., ,.ii. .,1. "'1.17\ . . . . r 211 .11 Nnulneh' Land k2U :
Inv Ii) . . . 6.41 Paradoxical as it may seem, Kissim-I
l lot \ .j 11 .'. I'll k"o"n . . . 1. :12 I'
mee's yearly death rate is decreasingas
Lot : Srhmeraer, E.
Lot g : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: 2I.II: ::11 11 5 llatch. r, 11 IJ.J. :: : u: I her population increases.. The mortuary -

Lot H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r. 'I:11: 5 Ilr.,,, 1I..n. H. .. . 1,39I.ula :
4M and, 4\1\ . . . . . . .. . ;. .'; ;11 III 1.1t".1 . . . . 2.18I table for the permit, taken discloses .
I.ula. r.2 coil UI . . . . . . . . . . . r. 2':11; : 11IRII"n ,,'r,1; 2. JI< that since hkRl! the annual aV"'I'-1 1 I
lh.' 100"11I10..11'. 1,1111,1 A Inv lo.'a Sub 1lvor a
all rrac rxrrpt :-.;w' or 51. h . . . ''I 20 ::11 age rate has dropped slowly but o '
f III I I 'SC"It, Lila 3(1q :a,7, :I"". :3(111' :1211. and it need not I be mentioned that Kis- [ It is so easy to make the mistake of not ;
:132: : 333.:1:145:19: : : \ ::14". :1: I 11. ::141. :x411:155: I "'
g6fl.. ::1111, ::11I4. :l4m. lUll.: ::171. ;:i7a.: : bimmee has jumped in population during: _- having your eye properly fitted, and just as : ,
. . . . .. . . .
:170. ::1111. 3'12: 4:12 "II 2'1 11 1"0 1-1'111111..1.' Land aNrndnolr
the like the
III\' ,I'1. . . J28. '111 I past three years mercury i 1 easy to ruin your eyes with spectacles that do .I''
Theur band, h Inv .'n'. Snblly. J in a thermometer from the North pole I E (
L'x4 of :Sl'; ao' I )
1 41:44 or NSVy4 4 nut $ ', "f SlV'4 ..dN into Satan's kitchen. I not fit you. It has been our business, for over

:;\V ''Is Hilt Syy . . . . . . . . . . . 7 201: I < I '
Lull J. : H. 02. 7110/ . . . . 1 ::111:11: :\r. .1'1"11I/0..1./ Land A Since compiling these figures, we can, t A twenty years. Consult us and get a perfect fit. .
Inv \ .... . . . .r. .1)' after some study, deduce following and I Iint..rest.ing
Jot IIJ . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 2'\:11\ : 11 T'lIkll"'o . . . 1.:12
Lot r.1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 'I:11: r. 1'lIkn"wlI . . . 1.:12: fact, to-wit. that Kissimmeeis S
Lot I'H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 'I:11: it T'lIkllnWII . . . 1.11:1: unequaled in the matter of health i
Lot 1O3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 ://'In: r. 1'lIkll"WI1 . . . 1.32: '
Lot J2" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 'I:11: r. 1'lIk"own . . . 1.Jl: : and death rate. The excellent locationon ...Y.
. Lot J2J . . . . . .. . ,7 26 11 11 Ullkllown . . .. 1.33 the lake and the constant breezes ,
The N.'mloolo Land a Inv Co.'. Sub.1JIY -, ,' I.. t.l_ $-'';/; : .', .
nt all asewpt' 'N% ,ot NI'.4. also s"'pt ,I 1 together with first class sanitary regufationa . ' ,' ,; .,

Company timber le.o"'. .to.v;'l'bl. ,l.! .KIM"IIIIIU'. .tta.11).Ou.j t Lumber, t, 18 ,26,;..S I' ''" _H, I \I.. " .' ( contribute to this result. So ,. ; "., t, ,.' .. ., Ii'. ';::,'t I 1>_J .( '1, ,- I.' I yl

.lots 13. 10",. 105. 120.4(1)( ::, "it.41); IA'., 26y. yU 1 \20 Nrminole'Land A. far during: 1912 but 'five deaths have "\d.\\, ,,,N./.\t\, N,. P' .," 1"'I" ( ''I''". ri'.f.r.? ." ,
K. ', ' ,I" , : .\.I..r'; ata!; b1 \,\ ':"r"" ,' > Iny" Co..wr 4.38 ;, .'" :
Lot 11:1: . . . .! :' i. ... . . . .:e. +1 111".6 211' 'S le"8rt, I ,lol. . 1.11 ,occurred, and of this number, 2 were "
Lot :11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 211'111 5''T'ok"'n. . . . I. J7 that
lot $11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IS ::10 3J Unknown . . . 1.17 nonresidents. Reasoning on pro- r
J Lot 44 . . . . . . . . . . I 4 211:11: r. Unknown . . . 1./7 portion, we can safely assume that the
Lot GI . . . . . . . . . . . In 2011; r. 1'I.ftnk.. II'II A. . / Jeweler and '
1 Lot r.1I . . . . . . . Iv 2f\:11\ : 11 Unknown. . . . 1.17., rate for the present year will not exceed C A COI' 'E
Lot 7" . . . . . . . . Hi 2'1 'II II lIa, 00'. l. . . . 1.17 that of the period I I
1"1 70 . . . . . . . . . . . 1v ::11\:11\ : r. l 1'1.iitw n . . . 1. I 1 previous ,
'1.01 KII . . . . . . . . . . I I 2'1:11: II I.nkll'n.. . . . 1./7 It has been a matter of great pride Optometrist '
lot 1/:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . I I' :If\:11\ : it Schooley, M A. . 1 .17 small .
to all cities to show a percentage .
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Tho'4t'mln..l.. l."n.1 A 111'0' 1':0 Hllh-/)19 :i I .
for all nc"pl : ", ur SC's: also except l| of diseases like typhoid fever and conI I .
timber lunar, to 'I bll 'Elaxlmmce Lumber" , I
S ('011I''""'.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . I'll 20 :31f.ola sumption Dealing fairly with the I
J. :a. la. H. 211,7. 4:\: 111. r.7. 111). ,city it can be said without fear of contradiction .
fin.' 77. 711. $3! 81. 114. 111'. 111. 114. 127. ' '
J.1i . . . . . . . . . . . . .. I 10() 213J 140 Semlrolr Lend A that virtually all of the u. ,I;;
: Inv C . ., . 13.411
loOt 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 26 31 II o"'lcr.I 1 .. 1 .03 tubercular maladies were confined to ". "
Lot 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 20: al g Nrwman. T W. 1,03 patients that came here with the affliction "
Lot 56 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11)) 00 Al Clark.::: )ire A.:::: 1 ::08 __ .'- ''II .. .. !"'" "
idty. dl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 211:11: .Unknown . . . 1.03 and that the origin of the trouble -.. "'. ,. h. .,-' ;'; --- _;r' --. _"; ; Io '
Lot 'U . . . . . . . . . . . . . III 211 al unknown; . . . 1.0a could not be attributed to local condi- .. ..- oJ ' ; $ ...- : ., "- .#: ..:..: ... ',.'!!rS
Lot 111 . . . . . . "y". . . . . . . . 111 26 81 11 Unknown . . . 1.03 \.r-- ):'S"'' :'', 1j; --I'C. T
Lot 1011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . III "IJ 31 II i'nanown 1. OS tions. .. D :: ; : .
Lot HIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ill 26 81 M1 Unknown : : : : : : : .1 ::04 I ; ,\, 1' ftJ
Lot 117 . . . . . . . . . . .. III6H: : 1\ Unknown: . . .5 1."".'.- .': / "
The Hemloolo Land a Inv Co.'i Snb-Div 4of ;. WHEN SPAIN GAVE UP CUBA .r
all except BWy4 ot Nf..4: and w% of8Ey4 Xi:4it: -. ....- .
end NEy4 ut SWy4 nC"l.t tlmher
leaso to The Kloslmmee Lumber r;:= 'J! Jr7
Deny . . . . . . . . . . ... . Coin211.. . 21J 31 Drama That Began With Columbus I :\
r ,Ie 10, 22. 21 . . . . . . . . .. . . 20 26 31 III 8"mloole rand A Ended In Sorrow After the / ,./
Inv Co . . . 2.48 \
t 1 . . . . . . . . . . 20 20 :n 11 (OrhCHb. .I W. . J.03 American War. Guaranteed 1-4 : The Only x
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, Lot 1 . . . . . . . . :: . . . . . . . /1)/ 211n IS I'uckett. J W. . 1.OS ( t Bonded Mattress ,
Lot 11 20 211:11: II L'okrowo . . . 1,021 Pure, Long Staple oIrJ:
I Lot; 42 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :II'' 20:11: 5 Unknown . . . 1.03 Arriving; In Havana on the" after- Cotton Felt I I '(114 foJII r, 7T.J1 fj Dealers Offer > ''
The Kemloole Land A Inv Co.'o Hnb-IJIY noon of December 31, 1898. the day f
1 or all tract except timber leave to The before Spain surrendered the Island
KI""lmm". LulD..r. . . . . 21 26 81 ,
1i,i Lute .2 III, Company 22. :311. > : 4:;. 4\. I presented to Major General Ludlowa : '

II'I 112. 1i3., II 8f, 148. ,6f!. . . . .1JOt., : . . 21 26 ::1I 70 8.'mlool"Inv Co.land. . . .A. 0.14 of letter of of his Introduction from the son The Ghol in Sanitary Felt Mattress
close and asked
Lot 11 . . . . _. . . . . . .' . . 21 26 31 r. Illeklnaon 0 W. 1.011 one friends
I'I Lot IN : . . . . . . . . . . . 21 21111:' II 'yalton.V " 1.08 for a pass which would enable Mrs. .
Lot 19 . ... . . . . ...... . . . .. . . lJ: 20 1It 11 . . . 1.08 Thayer and myself to see the n xtday's Is guaranteed to be the best mattress possible to produce at any price.
1 Lot 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 21 26 31 II unknown . . . 1..08 into of indestructible <
1'bo Mtlmloole Laod A loy Co.'o 811b.J1vOf ceremonies at the palace': The It is made of purest long staple cotton woven layers ,

6 and Sy4 ot 1. l..ot.e"cept 8. .4.tlmbcor II end lelMe:--l\oil\ ot t9'i'fheKlaalmmee ta pass was presently forthcoming. sanitised felt Each layer is placed with exactness one upon the otherso

Lumber Co. . . . . .. ... . 25 26 31 It was Dve minutes to twelve next that t uniformity is secured. This felt enca.sed ''in the best '
perfect
lots 81L 42. 43. 53!. 114OG, 1i0. 62, day. At that instant rose the solemn t ,
69, 1.. 'T6 89t 0, 81. 81), .1)0) U1. . . . . 21S 26 81 81S Semlno" Land A stripe} or fancy. d
tralna of ticking-plain
toe Co . . . 10.111 the Spanish anthem. As it

1'I f lot 811 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 ;: 31 5 Unknown . 1.08Lot. ceased there was a moment's silence.
40. .I, . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 31 10 Chamberlin' C 0.: 1.61: Then the We agre'e to forfeit $100 to any purchaser who can find other
through
Lot: O9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21'1 26 3J II t.rnknown . . . 1.011 up casements came "
lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 211:11: II Unknown . . . 1.08 the "Star Spangled ]canner" and the than staple cotton felt in The Gholstin Sanitary Felt Mattress.
Lot 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 211 31 II Unknown . . .. 1.03 procession, which had fbrmed below
212 81 10 Stewart I 0. ... 1.6J
and 78
iot;:: .8182 . . . : : ::::: : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : 211 26 31 Ii Stewart 10.. . 1.03 wound Its way through the great por- Oursis the oldest, largest and best equipped mattress factory in the ' t
The 'M..mll\ol. Land A Inv. <'0.0' NulueDlyof tal and up Into the room where we \ .t
SJL4\ of NE4\ ao.1 N'% ot 2E14 escept were. Major General Brooke and the south. \V" permit none but skilled employees to make The Gholstin,

1 \ I.umber timber Company 1"8. . to. . .The. . Klaeimmer. . . . . 20 20 31' officers under his command, their because it is built by hand and requires expert knowledge. '.

I 1I lrHo I 114 loOt.011 8".,. .110.. . .6101. . . ,. .18.. . .79.. . .8n.. . .81.... 26 26 31 110 8emlnole Land A dress uniforms and yellow sashes a We do not renovate or make over mattresses. We have no way of ',' ; a
1lp loy Co.. . . . 6.J bright note of color, entered first;
1g' Lot 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 26:11: 11 III1(1cloo. C C. . 1.08 then came the swarthy Cuban leaders knowing to what contagious disease an old mattress may have been ex- e 1
1 lot 40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :20 211IJ\ 5 Unknown . . . 1.03 **"
ei Lot 114 . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 26 31 II Unknown . . . 1.03 their uniforms less splendid but their posed. We advise you to be sure that the factory which makes i"'I-- ,/ .
i tan loOt II" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 211:11: Unknown . . . 1.0! dignity beyond question; and last of In addition "" .
fo lot 93 . . . . . . . . . 211 26 81 II Unknown . . . 1.0:1 General Castellanos your mattress is sanitary. to supplying our 5'"
tome The Seminole Laud.<< .A In9. ('0.0' RubDIYof aJl. and his staff. customers the best mattress possible to make we safeguard
liE% or HE 44 and W' ot :SE'4 and The scene was too painful to proJonI'

sm'/4 aDd NE3of NWl4 except t4nher! !! 4..4 A moment of formalities and It their health. .
lease to the KIe.Immee I.umher
ploy . . . . . . . . . . . . .CIm. 21 26' 31 waa over, and the defeated said fare The Gholstin will never lump, pack down orG
l.otl'lI. 12. 111. I" 21. No. S
819 well. It was an ordeal for a man of
20. 80, IIn; 901(18. 611. 711. 80 1. 112'184. .. become hard. Given an occasional sun bathit
98. 94 911. 96. 91 90, 100, iii. J Castellanoa' temperament. Tear. came SOLS .
1211. 120. 121. 128. . . . . .. . . . . . 2T 26 31 1111 Semloole Land 6 to his eyes. it WIll. last a generation.
lily Co.. . . . 21.11I "
Lot 20 . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . 21 26 81 Ii Unknown .,. . . 1,09 'l have been in many Battles." he ,
ho Lot 86 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . 21 26 81 II 0.0..1t, A. . I.oa faltered "many trying situations, but Ask your dealer. I le should be able
Lot 611 . . . . . . , . . . . . . 2T ::26 III II Momm". CO. . 1.03 If write ,
pMt Lot 1111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2T 26 81 Ii Reyoolell. W R. 1.03 never in a position like this. Then, < < Lot 98 . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . 27 26 3t, II Unknown . . . 1.O. as we watched the llttto handful of
1st \ The Ae..soJe J end 6 IDY. <'.0.,J'IIt.. Bob-DIY W % : Spanish troops, beaded only by flfe Gholstin-Cunnlngham Springbed Co.

anti t4.of BPIW' 5exceptt. learn and drum, set tbelr faces toward h
4BI to Til. Klinlmmefl Lumber Company. 29 28 31 Spain. The drama which began with SANITARY T rEUTMATTRESS MufaelurerllATlANTA.. CA. "eke
L.I ot. 418,20,. 87.. '0. 41. 44. 53, CO 07. I a
: .' olumbus was ftnl.bed.-JohD Adam ,. ,,

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i Wf on Nails--all first qual- I''SUU.P9H the famous "Wonder" ".
unbroken Rabbit and Garden Fence Ice Cream Freezers '
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3d fine $2.65 Welded' Fences, is specially dcs'urned to effectually keep in the smallest chicks and '-
wild animals 2 1.49 i
rabbits, at the same time affordinjr them perfect protection against\ dogs ,
i w., 3d common 2.59 and stock. As a garden fence it is equally effective, and is the greatest fence value 3 - 1.88 j k
F. ever offered for these purposes.
: 4d" 2.47 The perfect adaptability of Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence is,unequaled. It conforms "
ya to uneven ground without trouble, remaining stiff, even and strong under any 4 - -2.19'
l't. 6d" 2.38 l conditions. 'R _.
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All"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fences are made of heavily galvanized Open Hearth -
;. j 8d 2.29 Wire-like old time iron wire-and is the toughest strongest and most durable fence I
I J wire made. THE WELD THAT HELD joins stay and strand wires 8' - 3.69
!t 10 J JJ. ''4 t Strongest by electricity wire, making fence made.EVERY a perfect. amalgamation, and producing absolutely the I

J. : 12 I 2.25 |0> ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT Special.discount on .

16'J' ft The Best Fence at 15 per cent Off Jelly Tumblers:
20d to 60d 2.21 19c per dozen.

', :,. Special) 'lrJce) on Black and r
k :":'1 Green Screen Doors. y
All sizes at - $i.lO V,1, d Schram Automatic
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All sizes In black 8nel galvanized sealing jars, while they
Screen wirp at greatly last, 3 doz. for $1.00
reduced IJrJces. \ t tJJ.
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,... A Complete line of Closing Out Colors in House Paints Varnishes, Hard -" FOil

Guns Ammunition HALF while last. Stains and Fillers, .
PRICE---$1.25 gallon they
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I Fishing Tackle and h :E

: Sporting Goods included 2000 lbs. Carter's White Lead, 8c lb.
in this reduction
great Genuine Red Cedar

u, .l sale. SPECIAL PRICE ON YELLOW PINE DOORS, brass bound buckets

2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8, $1.25, 75 cents each."I '

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; THIS SALE EMBRACES OUR ENTIRE STOCK WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ._ ... __ ?
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, PLANNING TIMES REGULATED BY LAW CANADIANS' INVEST i -

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I FOR WINTER, SEASON, Pay of County Superintendent is' Not IN VALLEY LANDS COATLESS WORSHIP Bassinger's, Pioneer,---Days'Will Soon< WILL BE .:'TESTEDKlssimme

, Subject to Whim of Board. Be
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' :' ., HART CHAPTERED BE ACTIVE salary Some paid criticism the County has been Superintendentof heard of the ALSO BUY SUBURBAN LOTS SHIRT SLEEVES IN CHURCH school Hon: W.board W.from Chandler Baasinger, member; reached of the Products Wanted .

Public'Instructlon directed
censure being -
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Kiasimmee

I:: .. Miss Minnie E. ,Neal Chosen Public at Instruction the members. Thai the this Board is mani-of Party of. Nine Return First of Kissimmee Ministers Sanction about in dark.a launch Accompanying Sunday; afternoon him Cassava

'' were C. B Raulerson Charles Camp Sweet :Potato and Banana

: State Regent at, Meeting ence festly to unwarranted the statute, is Chapter proved 5658 bv refer-Lawsof Week after Making Thorough Proposal For Greater Com- G.bell T., 3.Chandler H. Moody, J. ,L. Chandler and Flour Made at Home Attract Attention ;

the latter
his sons and of Government
Preceding Lawn Fete. Florida, which reads : Inspection of Holdings. fort of Attendants.Several all of them drawn as jurors to serve Bureau.'
"Be it fcJnactett: by the Legislature of Recently the KlssllIJJn'ee Fruit and
11 l during the present term of court. The
the State of Florida Vegetable
: Canning and
elder, Chandler will remain until the Evaporating'
The of theAmerican'
Hart Memorial
Chapter
"Section I, That the salaries of County A party of nine Canadian farmers men attended\ church services other members of the launch Company received a communication

'i J.,' lawn fete Woman's League held a Superintendents of Public Instruction returned: to their homes the first of the in Kissimmee Sunday without their ready to return. He attended party the meeting are- from the Bureau of Chemistry, U. S.
at their club house Saturday
Ire based upon the total annual receipts week, after having Inspected this sec- coatr. They were noticed but not cen- Department of Agriculture
: of the school 'board Monday and requesting
afternoon which attended ,
j' was largely and of each county, for school purposes tion thoroughly. Before leaving they sured. On the contrary they were generally : has been enjoying the recreations of the samples of the various products of

, being a success socially financially. I including special school district closed contracts for'' the purchase of commended.: The nerve they town since. their manufacture, particularly designating P
The refreshments consisted of J
peachice
taxes, and excepting; borrowed money, 1500 acres of land in the Kissimmee displayed was really admirable.' The re- Mr. Chandler has been member of cassava flour sweet potato flour'
cream and the attendant ,delicacies. In counties where the sult of their initiative will be Sunday a and
follows receipts banana
as : Valley, known as the Prairie. seen the school board for flour. These samples will
Prior to the social hour business twenty-two years,
a
are leas than 914,000, the salary 1 when the preachers will announce be analyzed
and
The purchase was cut Out of the vast off and on, It is thoroughly tested by
m08t1yon. only during -
held Miss Minnie
session which
'' was at shall be not less,! than (50.00 per month ; tract, owned by the Hunter Land Co., ; from their pulpits that all men of what- the government's chemists and their
the
\ past two that he has been
E. Neal State president of the W. C. I years
,j. in countie'where the receipts are more I and the sale was made by Mr. J. D. ever age, appearance, or denominational making the trips from food values ascertained. The local establishment
T. U., was elected state regent for theM Bassinger by
than 114,000 and less $20,000, the will be privileged, without
than I Clark, representing the Hunter Co. launch ; prior to that time he came is about the only one in

chapter. be the salary shall be not less than $75.00 per The Canadians also purchased fifty fear of queer glances or penalty. to appear horseback, and his journey to and from this country,producing these specialties, ,
The next meeting will on firstMonday
' month ; in counties where the receiptsare town lots in Orange Park, a suburb of at services In their shirt sleeves. Kissimmee to attend his official duties and as the Department of Agriculture I, '

In July, followed by monthly more than $20,000 and less than The three ministers of the leading is
constantly
Kissimmee. This sale was consummated seeking to conserve all
required the better of week andit
part a ,
1 convening; until the winter season arrives $40,000, the salary shall be not less than by Mr Clark and Mr. W. C. denominations have declared in favor of the products of this country and at the
was to
jj when the regular weekly meetings $100.00 month in counties where it. They expressed themselves to the necessary camp out over one same time demonstrate
per ; the
Bogue. The two sales represent an aggregate night at least, both going: and coming. most nutritious
will be in effect.The
the receipts are more than $40,000 and of $50 000. Gazette as heartily approving the de. foods extant, the result of their
Whittler
is 35 miles from Bassinger and
officers of the local chapter are less than $70,000, the salary shall be The purchasers are practical farmers. parture. Not only did it meet with analytical proceedings will be awaited ,
this
of the but
was one lodging points,
planning some features in entert.ainingduring less,_than month in their approval, but they'will with
$12.1.00 jointly announce considerable
pot ;
the season and teel as per They were buying: on their own account the other portion of the nlnet.y miles interest In this com 1 'tmumty.
coming counties where the receipts are more and for others represented by them. from their pulpits next Sunday .

cured that it will be the banner year of than $70,000 and less than 9100,000, the They saw the prairie lands under the that any person who would be more I I between to be covered Kisslmmee in the and Bassinger During this had Mr. A. F. Spawn, head*of the local t
whose officers open.
the
are as
organization,
shall be not less than-$150.00 comfortable without a coat will be at industry,
salary per most unfavorable conditions, in view of service is confident that his manufactures
long Mr. has
follows: Mrs. Maki son, president; Mrs.J. month in counties where the receipts perfect liberty to doff the garment.Dr. Chandler accumulated will
M. vVillsonfirst vice Mrs. ; the recent heavy rains, but they were experiences of frontier life sufficient eventually supplant a great 4

t Stanford second vice president; are more than 100,000 and less than entirely satisfied and; lost no time in Holt of the Baptist church, said to /nil a volume. He has personalacquamt.ance many of the less nutritive food products I+a
Clay president '
; $120,000, the salary shall be not less bringing things to a focus after they' "I do not consider it unconventionalor with of the Indians of today. He states that a great $
Miss Bertha Twitchell, secretary; Mrs. I many
than $17500 per month ; in counties had once concluded the inspection. a breach of the proprieties; it could and has camped with them on numerous t deal less is required in order to obtain
S. B. Aultman, treasurer; Mrs. S. H.
'f where the receipts are more than $120-I not even be considered bad thste and I occasions. He the same result, and the exquisite flavor ;
doesn't much of
Bullock executive officer. I see t
Q 000 and less than $200,000, the salary ; heartily approve of the idea and will in connection with the economic attraction s
It is worthy of observation that it is them now. They have moved back ,
shall be not leas than $200.00 per month. take pleasure in making it would assist
a pulpit an- I naturally m putting ;
extremely rare that a city the size of nearer the lake, not because of the encroachments }
"Sec. 2. This act shall go into effecton CLAUDE L'ENGLEBy nouncement next Sunday. The truth his goods rapidly on the market
I I of white much
the so
Kissimmee Is the possessor of a wom- man
July let, 1907. of the matter," continued the Doctor, '' The government, It is understood, J
ans club building and the interest taken C. H. B. Floyd as people are inclined to think, but because '
"Approved June 8, 1907. "is that I would like to preach with my I does not attempt to advertise any man- %!
; in the affairs of the Hart Memorial game is getting: scarcer, and the
The board does nothing more than fix !own coat off and I can see nothing Indian must ufacturer's products, but is vitally interested rk
have to entertain
Chapter is consistently in line with all game as
the salary of the Superintendent according The brilliant in decorum in the in all that
Ir" most glittering; man contrary to action, and well as sustain. Mr. Chandler is might possess unusual ,
civic movements ef the city. It is the yet
to the provisions of the statute. the Nation. if the ladies; would be cooler or less un- merits. y,
spirit which has put Kissimmee in the hale and hearty, though: he has passed
Last year's receipts were $23,500. This comfortable could their In addition to the. flours
they remove submitted
proud position which she holds today. He is a leopard contentedly pulling a through such hardships as might well >
year the amount will be increased to hats and no breach would be in evi the company makes numerous other
---- --- go-cart. have
broken a man of less determinedmold.
about $27,. The salary of the Superintendent dence. You cannot urge the mattertoo items contributing to the food supply.
He is star. .
a
TO IMPROVE LAWS i
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I under the law for Osceola strongly as unless the members They have banana coffee, guava and
He is a diamond cut by the most expert He says that Bassinger: is looking up.
county Is $100. The county board mere feel at ease physically; a minister cannot other marmalades, dried cocoanut, and ,
The grade of the branch road from
'..; Governor Gilchrist tails Grcuit ly tracks the law in allowing the Super diamond cutters of Amsterdam.He expect to reach them with.his ser May town to Bassinger runs within halfa a host of other articles, besides canning

,,1. intendent this compensation. is a rattlesnake that remains mons and teachings. and evaporating all kinds of vegetables
Into Conference. mile of Mr. Chandler's place, and the
Judges
coiled while sleeping and wakens in the and fruits.The I
Rev. Mr. Gaines of the Methodist people of that' section are expecting I
A few days Governor Gilchrist act of fanging his prey. National Biscuit of New
/ ago Davenport on a Boom. church favored the innovation and prosperous development to follow the Company ,'
wrote to all of the eleven circuit; judges He Guy de Maupassant and Satan York greatly desires to
Everything at Davenport is booming.The is viewed the matter as follows: "When I II advent of the locomotive. The farmers get a supply of

? of the state the following letter: made into a Florida Congressman.He was attending the university a professor Mr. Spawn's products, having
new depot is being rapidly constructed of that section have gone in unusually written
"My Dear Sir-In: conversation recently for quantities and but
prices
and other is a cross between an e gland. a of the old school of politeness and heavy for potatoes this Mr. ,
improve-
various \' year says
with one of the circuit judges it intention of the proprietor to
'I ; counselled with frequency eventually
ments and activities are in evidence on rapier.He chivalry us tiring Chandler, and have realized well on the
} was suggested: to me that much good: that Install a cracker oven in the plant here wand
we njuat never enter a
every hand. is quick as a green lizard on a venture. They have been marketed by
: ,to the fiJkte might: result; if a confer sell their own product.
.
>1 Tallahassee Mr. N. D. Kline,, who recently came sunflower leaf in June which flicker room where ladies were present unless grade, the best ,bringing net to the
held this
ence coUld I be in
here from Chicago, has just completedfor away from your clumsy thumb and we had a coat on,and getting this precept growers $5.00 a barrel, the next $3.75

;:' summer, between the various/ circuitjudges himself a nice little home on East forefinger. drilled into me at an early age It and the next $2.75., The acreage will '

: for jthe purpose discussing street has been a secondary commandment to be \Jargely increased next I Alger New-; "
.. what changes are needed, in the laws Hay Do not stay where he is If women are year.ANTICIGARETTE : ::
and with his teaching still In
'4 and agreeing recommendations ins The'new postoffice is completed and present, for he will butcher you to me, my 3 .
, upon
Is now being occupied. Mr. E. T. Hitch- make) a holiday.He mind, I firmly believe that to conserve DAY ,
,+. that connection to be made to.the gov: cock who to present day needs and comforts, I Old Splinter appears In the Valley
was recently appointed postmaster -
Of such conference is a swift a drove of r
a
ernor. course among : attendance Gazette
and his efficient assistant Miss that the church would be again.
would be more or less informal. The marsh-hens and squabs. '
Lilathe Jordan, are giving: excellent increased during the warm season If' Sunday Will Be So Observed at Just watch this little city grow. Old
idea has appealed to me, however, as
Yonder is a planet-a red
patch on
satisfaction in the management of the the gentlemen were permitted to attend and young have come down from the r
valuable, and I 'write to ask if you could the face of hit the Presbyterian Church.
office. night; can you plan. the services without being; com- great cities to visit this small town and

; come to Tallahassee on July 1(1( to attend Our new drug store will soon be open et with a stone? Neither can you hit pelled to endure an unnecessarily increased Anti-Cigarette Day will be observed Its inhabitants. "

,, such a conference. I am writing Claude. You have tried to take in too temperature, due the fact] thatit next Sunday at the Presbyterian church. jp
ready forJbusiness. This will be
} a The homesteaders of this section
and are
''. a similar letter to al( of the circuit valuable addition to our town. much jurisdiction. Yeu don't want tto is considered unconventional to appear This day had originally been set apart harvesting their .' ,
crops.Mr.
3' judges. The judges themselves would meet him; he will make a fool out of without the coat." for Temperance Day in connection with "
The works which have been
'\, have to determine the duration of the novelty the W. C. T. U. work, but on accountof and Mrs. R. E. Howard left ner7f ,
under construction for some little time you.He Rev. S. S. Snyder of the Presbyterian last for'St. Cloud '/ twill
;:;. conference. It would afford me pleasure is French.He the attitude the church has been Monday where they i., c
about and for church when called the
on by
are completed ready op- reporter i
onth..
,;; to pay from my contingent fund spend a few
of late with
taking to the
regard cigarette
eration.. Mr. Bevins from Pennsylvania is descended from Louis XIV and was superintending arrange
re t.. the actual expenses incurred by the evil it Mr. John Padgett was visiting relatives .
was deemed advisable: to up
and Mr. Popeney from Californiaare Edmond Roetand and the Count of ments for his outside meetings on Sunday
judges on the trip. I would desire that conduct Friday afternoon., :
of this
service kind.
"' at the head of t.h18new enterprise.The Monte Cristo and St. Louis and Charles evenings, and his attitude was a

.," ,the judges not only point out needed new Nazerene church building is Martel.To mentally deduced before the subjectwas There ii a statute in Florida regarding Mrs. Bessie Skaggs who has been ill'

changes In the law and make recommendations the sale of the little white roll to minors for the past week is slowly
recovering. .
about completed. It is a very neat lit- be with him caste to broached. It was evident that he "
x but that they draft bills to gives you ; Association .
ahd the '
j Ministers' '
tle house of worship and is a real credittp hunt him a second time had the comfort of his members at
; be submitted to the next legislature, proves you are
:
claims that violations
:r,;i covering their recommendations. the community.Any gold for he Is the acid of the soul. His heart because of introducing out of are being made Mr. J. B. Owens and family will start

}' "Kindly let me bear from you about amount of civic improvement is friendship is the Order of Chain Light.nmg door devotions. Rev. Mr. Snyder said, with frequency and that some step was tor the city of Bassinger Monday. e
abate the
i'' ,W. this matter. In evidence, quite an extensive system and nothing slower than that need "Why last Sunday there were three necessary to evil. Messrs. Nickelson\ and C.! R.:Rich-

1, '.:, truly of sidewalks having been) laid and other apply.I men in my congregation who braved Rev Mr. 2 Snyder:> believes In handling arta left here for St. Cloud, where they,
t ,
"Very
yours
the matter judiciously and, if the sales
'
improvements made. the protest of public opinion and appeared will spend the Fourth. '
; ALBeRT, W. GILCHRIST, think Claude is the only man I 've
can be stopped without prosecution
so
Miss Muriel in
of Detroit
Mayes, baa their pews without coats and I and '
"Governor. know who is visible when a woman is much the better for all concerned.A Mrs. L. O. Swain daughter were ;k
accepted a position as stenographer in felt they were to be congratulated on '
'' The Governor has already heard from the office of the Florida DevelopmentCompany. present. Even when a pretty woman the happy thought. You cannot quoteme special sermon will be delivered by up visiting her sister, Mrs..' J.-, E,, r

several of the judges expressing their is present Claude's lustre la not dim. the pastor and all who are interestedin Young. .
too strongly in the matter. 1 am
hearty approval of the idea and ex- med; he makes that sun cast a shadow this work are cordially invited to at Miss Carrie E. Padgett was visiting a
The Davenport hotel has been enlarged , an outdoor man myself and appreciatethe
pressing the belief that such conference and his own wife looks at him as a girl her brother, Mr. C. H. Padgett last "
; and modernized so that we have convenience that would be had by ?
will result in good to the state. looks at her first engagement ring. w ek. , r
here now quite an up to date hostelry. the no-coat attendance. I will an- tend.EIGHTEENJCACHERS
I 'tN There seems to be no doubt now thattheconlerence \ Mr. D. L. McLaughlin has j .t're.
Mr. T. J. McKnight has recently had nounce it next Sunday and know that 1 "

:r. suggested by the Gov' built a beautiful modern bungalow, into PREPARINGfbrCONCERTKissimmee none will take exceptions, as I believe turned from the city of Olney where V .

,-"' ernor's letter will be held, and it is expected which he has just moved. that personal comfort is a necessary I I List of Those Who Passed the' Last he has been visiting relative. ,

lf f";, ,,". that all of the circuit judges I Mr. J. M. DIxon is fast 'improving a
Mr. D. Delson, manager of the "Fair"store conjunction in the modern receiving: of ,

:, ." : will attend. has just moved into his new homeon Band Takes in" flew Mem- I the gospel." I Examination. nice garden for himself **> "

.0// The: conference will, of course, as Orange avenue.A bers and Begins Practice. Mr. Snyder was like Dr. Holt regarding Following a list of those who passed I Mr. R. D. Gibbs will be school teacher -, +

the Governor states, be informal, but the last examination for in this city the coming term.
teacher'slicense
number of our young men are arranging the removal of the ladies' i iSPLDtTER.
I r Tome suitable record of the proceedings Other additions have beenmade to rt
for the of brass :
organization a
hats and while he it }
thought was a
the roster of the band ,
be the membership this
will doubtless preserved for consideration
First Grade.
Misses Iris Oliver
Clara
band. -
matter of choice with them, *
k of the next Governor and week and regular rehearsals are being personal
Hundreds of acres of citrus fruit he felt that it might add to their Stute, Louise Thomases. Harriett NEW PICTURE: SHOW '}
yet
;;rr the next legislative.It held with a view of giving: our citizens
Wilcox Estelle Butler Prof. J. P.
have 1
groves been planted the past sea- comfort to ,hatless. ; .
It is obvious that the circuit judgesare an open air concert in the near future appear, .
son, aud because of the abundance ofrain Hawthorne, Mrs. Laura Lee.

in a peculiarly favorable poeitiouS to,. are doing well. ,, with a program of both standard and Kissimmee is becoming notable\ for Second Grade.-Misses Rachel Leake, j I Woodbeck Opens House for Delight

needed in the popular music. It is the aim of the its progress and this course if pursuedwill 1
know what changes are
Blanch Wilcox Lillian Dale
Mr. J. E. Bowen has just received a I Blanch I of Colored Brother.
statutes of the state and are peculiarlywell members of the Kissimmee Concert reflect the spirit. The paths of '
Cosner Mrs. Nellie Prof. '
portable saw-mill, which he exp"c"t to Wetherby,
qualified to frame drafts of statutes Band to have the best band in the rectitude are about the only ones that i Paul Weimer. 'I Mr. J. D Woodbeck has placed his "
operate over this section. Many who 1
to embody the desired changes. state. Everyone should turn out to we cannot stray awav from"without moving picture outfit be removed here .'
Third Grade. Misses
are building, or contemplating building, i Mary David '
hear the concert and express their opin- censure, and ridding ourselves of a j I from St. Cloud in the new Lesesne
be saved the inconvenience of haul I [ Lessie Hay.
i fire Company Organized. may ion on the progress made by the organ custom that is in itself nothing but an building: North Main street where the *t '
ing their logs to the saw-mill in town COLORED. I
Izatibn. You tiquated convention cannot be catalogued "colored" people will have the
are going to have privilege
a sur
The fire company was temporarily reorganized and then hauling: the lumber out again. | Second' Grade.-Juanita Thompson.Third .
deviating from church etiquette.If of enjoying a first-class
prise. as : moving picture
d a', at a meeting last Friday By the use of this portable mill lumber Grade.-Hattie ring Mauta .'
of Kissimmee desireto This will
the good people show. give our'colored
'' "' ..night: as follows; Leroy Kulp, captain; can be sawed right on the ground whereit A. Johnston. pop
Osceola Corn. attend church services sans coat and I ulatlon a place to !go evenings; and will ;
lieutenant ot the chemical "
tt+ Ira Best I is to be used. "
sans bat there will be commendation no doubt be appreciated and well pa-
'company,, with six members; A. A. The corn in Osceola Market ImprovementA
,
crop county la coming in having the innovation Imita- tronized. Lesesne will have the management -'
Tano captain'; E. C. Roberta lieutenant The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold
\ pronounced by many Michigandersequal ted In other cltl .. large up to date refrigerator is being of the theater and Mr.,Baz-'*"' m

r of the hose company, with fourteen services in the Episcopal Church next to any ever seen in the Wolverine I installed in the Rull Bass Meat ter, formerly operator at th. Pastime V.

'members. The Council was to appoint Sunday. Morning Prayer, the Litanyand state, the stalks having from one to Mr. E. P. Dann and family of St. Market replacing the one his businesshas 'will have charge ofb.. electric k,and $ {

ti chief Friday eight.t3P sermon at 10:30. I ;
tour well developed ears Cloud visited in the city Tuesday. outgrown exhibition department 51wJ



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I. Lot r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. : r. 1'44kno0II . . . 114.' 0. . . :.11, I. 4'i; . . . ... . . .. . . . . . '1. ::{ :;1 I nknuun 1""lry. . .. 103.
Lot .. .. . .. . . ... . .... : : :1:1: r. 1'nkn..wn . . . 11::: I..' .N. and9, .. . . .. . ... . H 26 1'1 JO Ileotock. .\ . I" 7": . . . . . .. . . . .. . :t5 1 3o 'i ,:vans. . . . "8
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:11:1:0: ::11 117 K .ntn111o: I.and & Innnro' Inud.r' :"IJ I' . .' .. I : :'J :1 49. Ito 'III IO. :. : . : :I :O :\ \O H'rlnolr Land "
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? Lot:: 24I : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :g:::t: 24:': :al 5 5 1'uknnw'n 1'oknnPn:: :: : : : : : : : .o.:0::::; Lot 7 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 : 20 :1< r. I'b II',,,'LIII 4.. W I.. 19 117I. H I :L.Lol:::: g ... : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :I 140:a1:: 2I 211:: :.II:/: 15 : uknowo nknown: : : : : : : : 1.08:

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144 . . . . . : LOS
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Lot. 41 . . . . . . . . .. . . . I II / tnkn.yo W NN NNLots lot 111_ . . . . . . . . . . . . . I :1 :((1 r I'I-h"r. f. I: . I I:; . . . . . .. . . . . 27 1 Inv Co. : : : .. e.n
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6 21 31 / IV'Il llama. I. fL. NNof 00. 72. f7. 10 :0 I.nd Luf . . . . . . . . . . 0 27 :10 Dkn"'o: . . . :
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KI..lmm" Company . . . . . Lot 11 . .. . . . . . . . .. . . ::! : ., 1 ]I.ithnn. . 1 I"I. I..,) 10 . . . . . . . . I :10: 1 "Mlf.h.l. D. .E.. . 18
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Lot 81 .... . . .. ... . ; . . 21 2'n 31 I Pn.n..n. F... . . "H 1.01 4R and 40 .. . . . . ._ .. . :: 26 ao Mlpr. 0.. . 14 . . .. . .... .. .. . . 10 27 10 //I Fink. H M. : I
l Lot . . .. . .. . . .. .'l. .. . 7 : I . . . . AH lot 04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :0 10 / 'r.ubr. E L. . 1.03 1< : . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 10 27 '88
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Lot O1 .... . ... . . . . . . . .. 1 7 21 31 /I// Unknown Cunetantlne. L .J.. .. HI Lot si : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : g g ig g : ; rnE. . : : : : u: Lot /' . .. . .. ... . . . . . . . II 27 10 10 1 Jnnard I B"A. : .; :18

12 . . . .. .. .. .. . .. . . .. . Lot 041 (late., F. 1.43Lot 1.nr. 441 and . . . . . . . . . . . 27 1
L . . . . . . . 7 21 21 31 81 1 Unknown ... .. . . .11. 107'" : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : g g g Unknown : : : : : : : 1.03n Lot f . . (. . . . . . . . . . . . . ? .7 ao 1 Unknown Rrown. J .$. .. :: 1.81. i

Lot I . .. . .:.. . .7. 1 21 In I Unknown Uo"no.n . .. . A" Lot .. .. .. . .. . . . .. . . . :3 26 30 3 (Cnknnwn . . . 108Th. Lot 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ] 27 10 1 Unknown . : : : : :88
Lot ... . . . . .. . . ..... 21 31 /I n"oown . . . NI'mlnole J."n.t A Inv Co.'z "' "IDlv lot J3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1 27 430 /1 Pnknown . . F .
. . . .
61 . . . . . .11 .
lot . . of all exoept timber lee.e to The I. IA.( 10 27 30 6
1 : /I/ Unknown . . Unknown . .
Lot 111 .. . . .... . . . ... . . 1 2T:1 Unknown .. . . Lumber Company : 24 20 1 Th. S.mtnolp l Lend A"i' Co.:'; i 'bD: .. ..88or
Tb. Land & ID" Co'. Sub-Div / .IH Lola .: 7, 10. 13, 211 !7"A., ell rxe.pt tlmlr to The V ''t
of 8mIDol..1 except tlmbrr lease to The 46. 4:: g6,00, 73:'1L,'li: 116. : . . . 24 26 30 120 Spmlool. Land Imm.p J.lmr . . . . . . . II 27 30 ,
Lumber. Company . . . .. boy-Co. .. . .' 12.00 J. 16. 20. 22. 2 245. ,
K.almm. 8. 10..13. 14. 8 21 31 rot 32 . . . .. .. . . . . . . . .. 24 21 10 / Unknown . . . 10:1: r.h\. 27.I. J.. 1.. 3/ 88.I. 40. 42.: 43. :4
': Lo..a, 8b,7hi. 8a. 8. 36., 11.. 2.. 43.. r.ot 4:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 10 I Unknown . . . 1.11 41. 47. ::1. 11. 01.al.445. 4.. 69. 76. i.
44, 4T. .. . . .. . .... I.t1: .. . . . . . ..... . . . 24 2/ / Unknown 4. 94 1(444 115 11.0 1211. 11 21 AO
41 12. S 21 31 10 Semlnole l-nd lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 : tl
:; Lot .... .. . .. . .. . .. ... Inv Co . .. 11.76/ Lot 7/ . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 24 2/ .:, ,
;J '.' tat I' . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. .. 8 21:1: 1 Unknown . . .. .$8 Lot 1/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 21 :: : : : : : : : :
. . . .
. .. . . . . . . . . S I Unknown 88 Lot :
Lt 07 .... .. .. .. . ... . . ... .... II 21 al / Uokoown . . . .814 Tot 100 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 26 r : : : : : :

,,1 Lot 4" . .. . . . . . .. . . .. ... A 21 111 1 Unknown . . . ."448' Lot ItO . . . . .. . . . ... . . . 24 2/ +
Let 49 . . .e .. ... . .. ... A 21l 1 Unknown .. . . . .Al Lot 14 . . . .. . .. . . . . 24 2/ : : = : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : g : : : : : .
60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 21 81 / Unknown .. . Th._ MmIDol. Land A tan Co'4 .
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", : 8 21 81 1 Unknown . ll or .
Lot 64 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : = 27 Bl t nknown.= : : : : : : : :== mee Lumber timber Company leane. to, .TIP. . .KII.lm.. {. . . 25 26 / ,

I Lot / . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 81 6 Lot. 5. 13 28,30 30, 45, 64, 79 / : ";
Lt . .. . . . ..... .. .. ... S 27 81 1 Unknown . . . Al 07, 108. 'ln . . :. . . . 00. " : 28/ 26 "' : ,
67 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 27 81 / Unknown . . .. .
1 :Lt 69ot . .... .. . . .. . ... 27 81 / Unknown . . . Al iota 2 and 81. . . . . . . . . . . . / /
. . .
: S 27 31 / Unknown Lot 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . /
,l I Lot/ :: : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : = 27 31 Unknown : : : : : : : :$8 lot 57 . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . 25Ixia / I

1 J' Lot . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . 27 81 5 TTnknewo RR M2 and . . . . . . .... . . 2B / ;.
1 lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 27 81 /I 1Jn"00.n . .. . Al lot 84 /" " . . . / / / ; ? \
:Lot 69 ... . . .. . .. . ... .. I 27 27 31 81 I Unknown Unknown .. .. .. .. . .. .. "' lot 88 . . . . . . . . . ,. . . .". . . / : / : : : : :

1' The Seminole Land A Inv Co.'a BubDIvof I lot $0 . . . .. .... .. . .. .. . . 26 / !
all except timber lease to Tbe Klaalmt J.t 100 . . . .. . . . . .. . . . 2/ 26
I mien Lumber Company . . . . . . . Ixit 109 21 / 4
4 Lot* 14. 17, II. 2O, 24. 29, 8O, SB, 38. 0 27 81 Ixit 111 1
1 41. 444. 48, 8 B5, 56, 57, B8, BO, 62.. J.' 114 221 / : \
7S, T6, 7T. 79. 84, 81. 87, 88. 124 2/
10 72 91. 92. 98. 94, 9. 08, 1OO. 101. The Imlool. Land A Inv Co.'. Sub-DIv '
I 8D 1O4 105, 109, 115, 116. of .. 26 26
117. 118, 120. 121 123. 124, 125/ . . Ixitu. A. O. 12, 21, 44.1.> 00, 104, 11O, -,
I 27 31 29/1/ ".mlnol. land 12. . ... . . . ... ... . . .. 26 26 80"f

y Let 1 . . . .. ... .- . . . .. . 10. (0..2//4
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n 11 . . . .. . . . . . . .. . I 27 31 I A' Ixitii. 1 and 1(1( . . . . . . . .. . . . / / : :
4 L 12 ,..... . . . .. . .. ... I 27 31 I Unknown . . . Al rot 2rt . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . /
Y LLo tt 27 31 "koown . . . .
. . . . . . . . I I Lot 27Ixit 26
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i Lot 22 ... ..... . . .. ... . ... .... .. .. I 2T 81 I n"no"D . . . . "A 4fl : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 2626 : : : : : : :

Lot 11 . . . . . . . . . . . 27 81 I unknown . .. . $44 Lot 53 26 26Lot . ..
: Lot .... . . '. . ... . . .. .. ... .. I 27 81 / T1DkoowD ... . .11: 69 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 2(1 26 : : : : ) : 11 { ,,

I Lot 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 2T:1: I 1'"koown ... "S'' Lot. 115 . .... . . . . . .. . . 26 26 ;
82 . . . . . . I I Unknown . . . . HI :
Let The .
. .. . Land A Inv Co.
.1... . .. . ... .. . . . . . I 21:1: I Pnknown . . . of Rmlnol. timber. lease to The I"bD. i
L 6 T4 . . . . . ', . . I I T1n.nown. . . . 82 Lumber except Company on E% and E of .

L. .c.. ... . .. .. . .. . . . I 27 21 81 81 Fowler W. . . . 1.82. m. . . , . . . - ..>. 2 26
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.. !'1. p.1 1aol. Lod & Inv Co.'. Bob-Div I n.. Ixita. 17. 445, B5., B8. Mil* 70, 87

of WY. eIe.Dt timber I"..to The KIa 80. 90.lf.ll' 112, 120.. .. :. .. . : 27 26

.Im Lumber Company . . . . . .
.. 10. 12, 22. 28. 48. JO' 21 11 Lot 24 . . . . . _. . . . . . . . 27 26 ;
I. 2' 14 16.
Lp 1 1. 124. . .
8.92 10. 11. 18. 10 21 al 10 8mlnolf nand- Ixit 81 . . .. . .. . .. 27 26 /

T..t . .. .. .. ... . . .. S.42 Lot 01 ... .. .: . . . : ..." .. : 27 /
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7.t e.q.-, . ... .. ... .. .. .. 10 27 31 6 Poknown .. . $8D lot 07 . . . . . . . . . . " .". 27 / 1
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/ 'Vt 10 L tot 110. . . . . . . . . . . . 27 26
Let-106' . . . . . . .. . . . . . 21.11 / .rt.r. B. . :

J, Ls.t.,1.. ?. ... ... . . . .. ... .. 10 10 21 11 I I UnkDowl Elmore L.$5. .. .88 Th) WmfnoI.all . . .LBe. I.Inv. Co.'a. . 81bDI.. 28 26 '
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1 16 ,IY of Lota 20. 27. 85. 42. 48. 61. B4, 6068, 64, ,,;
i'D" } IF' II IF' J M. T1. 72, 78. 71. 711. AOl
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\ !:Ot 121 Bemlnole. . . . ..; . . . . . . . . 1. 27 au II Uukuowq . . . .88 I inv Co. . : 4.76 Lot 20 Blk'92'.2. . .. : .. .

The of all except God Umber i few 10. Ca'. 8ub-DI.. ?, _. Lot 9 Blit 2. . . . . . .. . ,: . . . I Uakaown . . ... 1,26. All except Lob. 4. 20. ..ac alt 83.. . .. ". lmtb.r I. . . .. i.
to The KIa. GU 13 sod 1C. 21 . . Seminole .4.
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lmme. Lumber Company . .. . IG 27 ao 1 Bl ,. ','. tad" Lob 11. 20. 21. 2a 9. . Ire .
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Lot. "-, I.I.! 9. 16, n. 20. 26. 2080, ,81. 82. l.ote 1 .ad" BIll 2. .". .. 8 .. 2. SI Bil . .. ..1., ..,. ". "mln.le God i IT.'T, '
a.. O. 86. .1. 45. .8, 41. 60. 61. 112. _. Lot 1 Blk 26 ..... . ...U4,4n.. . IlJ'm."orl a.U Lot S DIk . . . Ire Co... . .. 2.M
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60, 81. 61o! 71. T.. 18. 82.' 88i 8T. 00. '. ," '" .l.d. Lot 12 Bill O .: .I.. .. . .. .... .,.t '...f,,' '' ".Imbne. I I. . 1.222

02 I1b.e4 112 118.. 114 00.. 110 100. Uti 102, 111 108: U8 06,, 100.119 loOt roOt T Blit HI"21 2T..r4.. ...i'. .'... ... ..v.t... ..} .. ;.. I Unknown Un"ab"'a . .. ...; 1.18. Lot 1. 2. b. 6.8 10..1..1.2".Blk"811 ,,, /ll..ol.Pnltet.L Lard .i14)t r
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122, 128. 126. .126. 128. .. . .. La..et' 4 Lot 1 Blk . . . .t. 1.11 03 . \ ', . . 1
/? U 2T 80 820 Semloole 2T ... .!. t. . Uakao"D 1281 . . . . .4.. . . 'Vnknow. .. . '
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Lot 14 ... . . . . .. 10. Co..2S\I Lot 20 nlk .. .., . .4 .. .... a..i 1.2\ Lot Ik 9;, ... .. .. ... .. .; Unknown .. . ....
.
ur.r. .p. 111 2T' 80 II IInknowo . . . AB loOt 23 27 . .. . . W Lot I. / .. . I f
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Lot 111 . . . .. ... . . .. ., . . . IIIt 2.. . .. Coan.r. W, 1.26 20 Bill n. .0...r.t..o. . ). Johnson. C U.
111 27 80 Un..o..n. . . .88 Lot. I. 10. 28 M.v. . . . 11..t 90 . . . 1.42 r d
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Lab"- 23a n 0 : . . . . .. . ..r. . . 111 27' 80 18 U<>GreW . ... . 1.32 : .BIl Ina Laad. A Al Bil Y6 .. v rr ..H. .. .. .. .{: NhS+, Lot . Co. ... t2a \
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t. 111 27 80 II lIa..o..a.. . . . .118 .! 8.91 ,
Lot 1'-. .. . . . .. . . . .. 111 27 M10 Unknown. . . . 1.32i' lot Lot 10Bi k 2k : :.4.. .. : .. : : :: :: : ::'.:: : : : !ak rw ,i:: :y.: : I 1.26: : .1 rr.cu Dill 07 .. .. ;. . '., :', I. Ca. . . It..,
Lot 88 . .L . . . . . . . . . . . 111 27 80 5' Ooedwh G ),f. .. .88 loOt 11 HIM 28 . . . . r: al 1 ..L..i., f.i' t-' 8mlaole .
.1'$ Lot 8\1\ . .L. . . . . .. . . :. .. .. . . . .AB .... . takno.a 1.26 rr.cu '' .. . '.5'
r. 111 21 80 0 unknown I 25 . . . . . .4 j. 08 . .. . . "
Lot .
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Lot 1M! . . . . .. . . . . . . ... III 21 80 II "...chan Tho... .flit Lot : lll 2$ . . . . .. . . .. .v" lnkao..a' . . 120 '. ''I"f, n 8mtno. L.d iwb .
Lot 101 ? : . ... .r . . . . 16 27 80 II Ua"ao..a . . . .88 Lot 23 Lilt 28 . . . .. . .. . '". .C S . . .. .. 126 1$ 14. lip. 18. .19. 20. 21. 22 Blk oe Bemlnole. .. . 23.81 .,
The 8emtnole Land 4 la. Ca'. Sub-DI. 8 10 12 14. 18. 20. KICo' 1.\6 LDd"
I. 2. 6.. JO .
Bli .
1 or all timber leave to The 10... n Lt. Inv I"nd. . .I T.uG. lob 8. .. 6.6 811 09. . . . : . I. Co. 12.28Lot. ..

\ Imm.e Lumber com .aJ' . 18 27 80 Lot 16 nlk 29 . . . . . . . . . . .. [lokoowa Co.. . . Ltd 1..2. 6.6 I. I' Blit 10....: : :.; Semloole G.A'rk' ,''.11" hLot.
Lot. 1 2, 4, 11. 18. 14. 111'. 16.. 91, 21. 28. Lot. I. 4. G. o. 2Q. 22 011 30. . . . . . Seminole .. . ,
o 20. 80. 811 82. 88. 4 18. 88. .8. 411. 46. luv C6(r.nd. . . 5.50 . 1. 2. 6. O. D. 10. U. 11 Jl. 22 Bill 101 Bemtn.ie Inw co.land..'s 10... ,
.8. 49. 0.. !9. at. 86. '18. 10. 80. . . . . .
Lot 8 Blit SO . . . . In.
r 1'1. 82..811 00.11.1\ 92 94 011. 08. 100. Lot 24 ao n.. . . . . . . .. . . . . . Unknown Unknown .. . .. .. ..... 120 Lot 18 D.. 101 . . . . .. . . . . .. . Bemlnole I Oi4.,16.f
111 119 llk
101. 15. l1u. 121. 122. b'
Lott 4. 18. U, 22 BIk81. . . . 1.16 .
128.124.128 .... . . . . . . . . . 16 27 80 810 Semloole Land ilov 1. .' &mlno. .land. . . .A. Lob 9. 10. 13. 17. 18. 21. 22 Dill 102. . Seminole I. Gad i Ila.

Co.. . . . .2:1.21: Lot A 31 . .. . . . . . ... .. . 5.50 .. Ca.vr'l/0 4 6

1 Lot Lot 28 24 : .Of.. .. .. . . .. . : : .. : .. . . . . : : .. 18 16 21 21 110 110 II Unknown IJnkno'a ... .. .. .. .. .. ...88.1114 Lot Lot 14 12 01 31 81. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. Unknown naln"er.1. .. .. }1.20.: Lot Lot 1142n'' llo1: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : &:: :: : : : .: .IU: ; d

Lot 28 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 2T 80 /I/ WI'IIAM .81i 8. II". 18. 10. 20. 21. 24 ; 82. 126 Lou T. I. 10. 20, 98; 21 Bill 108.. . . . :taI ..
lot .1 .. . . . . . . YLot . . . . . . . 16 2T 110 II Unknown . . . ..flH hob 2. BI. Melnlno''" (,nod 4 Co. . 4 '
60 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aM . . Inv Co. . . . TI6 Lot 1 DIll .. .o 11.21 r i
18 2T 80 II Unknown Lot. 6 Bill 82 . . . . . . . . ; 101 Perk 8 B . .. ..a7
Lot 68 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 2T 110 II Ilakao"a . . . .RS Lot 1 . . . . . . . . . . . Ilann IC v . 1. 21 Lots 11. 12, II 20, 2324'Blk IQ4. . . Ben Lard? i 1'
Lot 1T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lilt "II 12 I'n"oo..a . . . 1
16 2Tl0: II Unknown . 11 . . . . . . . . . . . 1\0 1.v Co.. . . ,
. . . . . . . . . . 11"1 mi : .. MU-phi-n... )Ir. AI Lot 2 104 . . . . . . . . . n'.2
Lot 104 .. . . . 16 2T 110 II Unknown . . . 22 . . . . . . .. . . . 1 Bil . U."ao"D . . F
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f. .Lot 128Semloole. . . .. .. 16 2T 80 II takao..a . . . I T H". 3" ; . . . . ... . . . ." . . l'nkno.1 Land I 26 Lots I. 1. 12. 13. 11. 18. 18. 11. ao .
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The Baod k b y'Co.'. 8I1b.IH. 111 1" . . . . . . ... . . G.6 4Lot. .
Inv Co . . . 1.50 8ml..or '
Lat.of &K 66, H',' .90: 'Ri9I :11d: 11..I i4.IT 27 3D Lot 20 Dlk. 3- . . . . . . . .. . . . I'nkno'a .. . 2U .. 3. 4, 11. 12 Bl 10. . . . . . . ? 8eJnv CO.l. 80'27.
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1111. U8. 125. 126. 12T. 128. . . . ... 27 80 80 Meminoip Lan4 k Lots. 11, 20. 21 Vil 31 Srmmol. Laad 8mlnol. ... .. e
IT In, . . .. Lot 1 Rill 1M . . . . . . . . . . . 5..4J ;
Inn Co.. . . . 1. I 2 Co. 3.15 I ..
: Lot 2 . . . . . . . . . 3D II I'nk.own . . . .1'114' Lot 12 Blk 3:1: . . . . . . . . . . . Scholck. V. . 26'' lot 6 Ik lO. . . . . . . . . . . K@a..y. W D T. . ,
Lot 1 :. . : : : . ,'. . : : : : . . . . IT IT' 2T 2T 80 II tlaknawa . . . .flH Lute 1 2. 8. 4. I. 0S 21 01 10.$8 13J 1\15. \ I I Lot 18 Ollt . . . . .:15 . . . . ... Bymour. . .B.Y.. 2111k8iot 2..3! r as
Lot 18 : .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IT 2T 80 II Unknown! .. . .1\8 10. i 17. Is. 111. 20. 22. & trnalaol.. Lad 1. 8. 1. 12. 1920 UDllao. ._ .1
. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 18 . 4 '
Lot III .. . . . . . . 11 2T 110 II Unknown . . . 88 IT.M . H 1
. . Lot 2. Blk 3a . . . . . . . ... . . . lTallno..a . "nal..o" Lae .
. . 1.26
.811
Lot Lot 28 .. . . . . . . . . : : "." . . 11 IT 2T 2T 80 80 II II IJn"ao..a lnkaown. . . . .R8 All except Lot" 1$. U. I. 16. B.. 37. . . Semloole Lind k Lola Ii 2. 'S. 4. I. H T. 8. 1. 12. II, 18. . ... 11,01

Lot 45/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1'1' 2T 80 II Unknown. . . . .88 Inv Co.. . ." 10.IT 18. 19. 2 Dlk 108 . . . . . .. 8eminola Gu6 4
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. . . .
Lot 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 l.ta 15 .ad 18 Blit 3T C ; .
30 II Unknown Cb.m.rl.la. I. Co.. .. ..T
( Lot 412 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 IT 2T 2T 80 II Unknown . . . ,8S All 231k. at . .. . J. . . . . . . . . !tnv C ( 3.1 loOt IT 811101 . . . . . . . . . . Buvan., Be.n I.M
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Lot.. 3. 9. 10. 11. 12. 20 e.
Lot 417 . . . . . 80 II Unknown . . . BR 2:1.81: I. 111. 18. .
Lot ell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IT 17 2T 2T 110 Unknown . . . . All 'r.ct Blk 39 . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land kIn 111 109 . . . . . . . . . . . . ... land ',,

Lot 1S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 II Unknown . . . P9 eo. . . . 18.e. 8mlaol. . . .16. ,
Lot 83 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . n 17 2T 27 ao II Unknown . . . '.AB All teachl DI' 40 . . . . . . . . . .'. . 8.mlaol.. Land k lots 18 .nel 1. nlk 10. . . . . . .. Unknown. ... 3.34 tl ;

Lot 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 27 80 f II Unknown . . . AR Inv CoBemlnolp . 21.lm 1.1 II, 12. 18 Blit . . . . . . . . Beml.ee I _I. .r A a,
. . . . . . . O
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 2T AO II Unknown . . . . .18Tbe \ All except Lot. IS Blk. 41 'Land 8 4.69
Lot 100 . . . . . . . . . II Unkao..a . . . ..88or Inv Co. . . . 22.R lot 12 IHk. 112 . . . I ... :
fkminole L.od k Inv. Co'e: 8u1DI... IT 27 80 tlt. 5. 6. 18 17, 18, 21. 22 Blk 42. . . Rrmlmdrand/. I :I .jot. I and 10 DIk. Ili . . . : : . : : : : GJIJ'o."W. A 1.43 ti N

'r.rtl K4t: and 811% or 5W14 etcept Inv Co. . . 1O. 3.S6 c
Lake Front Addition . . . . . . . . 83 80 Lot 4 Blk. 42 . . . . . . . . . . . Ralnor. I* . . . 2.70, lot B Blk 118. . . . . . . . . . . . . Tame y er,'H.: : . 8.O1:
Lab 8rt1 8112. 858. 3f1S 8R4 111111. 81111. 23 l.ot.6. 10. 18. 2:1.: Blk. 43. . . . . . Hemfnolp Land & Lot 18 Hlk 113 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.2
3RT. 414. 416. 418. 411 418 .19. 420. Inv Co. .. . 11Komlnole loOt .1 Blk. 114. . . . . . . . . . .'. . Unknown .. . l.iiK ,
.21. 444 446. 446. 447. .48. 4.9. 41'10.' 3, 4. 5, 7. 8, 14. 22, 24 Blk 44. . Hpmlnolp: Land Lot 10 Hlk 114 .". . . . . . . . . . . Unknown ... 1.26
I.ot .44.
; loOt 14 Hlk 114 . . . . . . . .
4111. 4112. 4113. 4711. 476. 477 478 479. Inv Co . . . Small O W ,
13.80 1.36
v 480<1. 4H1. 4112. 483. 484. 486 4R8. 1106. Let 22 Klk 44 . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . loOt 16 Hlk 114- . . . . . Btopjilet. ML.4.
1107. 1108. 1100. 1110. 1111. 1112 . . . . . 33 25 30 116 Seminole L.nel kInv All Ilk 43Lotl -. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1'lkn'o'n Koinlnolo land ft 2.0 x>ta 2, 3, 4. 15. 19, BIk 114" . . . : : : ? Seminole 'a.AInr 1.26 ) 1t ,

Co . . . 31\.21\ / Fr
Lot 321 . . . . _. . . . . . . . . . . 11:1: 21'1' 80 i/nknown/ . . . 1.17 3. 4. 16, 10 2 Blk 40 . . . . . . Inv I Co. .k 40.87Land Lot 1 Blk 115 . . . . . . . . . . . B H.. 4.1.28\ T8
Lot 418 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ilil 1ST Unknown . . . I. IT Inv Co. . . . 10.3/1 loOt 8 Blk. 1 IB . . . . . . . . WI"ID" .. 1.4
Lot 411. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :t'. .218n. 311 rnknown . . . 1.17 Lot 2 BIk 40 . . . . . . .. . . . . Mr. N 7.116 Iota \ and 10 B1k. ii4' : . . . . . . . . 11:14.: t t J''
. . . . . : 1'1 : . . . . . . . Iklra'k'a. lot. and Blk 118 . . . . . . . . . J.m..3 .0 ,
Lot 48T . . . . . . . . . . 311: 25 8n I'r' nkn..n . . . 1.ITTpeSeminolo Jo' 10 111 It 4U . . . . 2.3T I Bemlaole Land A q a i
I 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . : 25 30 1',. Unknown, . . . 1.17 .... .1, 4, 15. 144. 17. 18, 10. 20. 23, 24 3.36
I..nd k Inv ('o.'e RubdMv. 33 Ulk 47 .. . . . . . . . . . . .. .-. ftptnlnole Land & Lot 1 nik. 116 . . . . .. . . . . . . : : : : ::: 1.24:
of all tr.rtl u."t I..ke Front Ad"ltioa. 30 Inv Co . . . 20.27 Lot. 2 Ulk 116 . . . . . . . . . . . . U.o.o. . . .
All 'ice" t lots II6T. 31111. 3TO. 808, 300. 4011. 34 25 1.01 O Illk 47 . . .. . . . . . . . .-. Al.l.otl C. . 2.3T I.t 1.1 Dill 116x . . . . . . . . . . . 4.. . . 1.28:
404, :429. 4110. .36. 487. 4110. 4611. 47". Lnl..4. .".. 41. 0. 10 18: 14. 18 II 4!. . . Hpmlnoli Land ft .>t 1 Blk 116 . .. . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1
a 4110. .111. 1103, 1104 . . . . . . . 30 41 Rrtnlnol. fend k Inv Lot. BUr 116.ot . . . . . . . . . . .. Unknown. . . ... 1.21 '
4H9. 2:1:
34 Inv Co. . . . 20.62 I o,! 1 2. 1 ::. 14. 21. 22 Blk 40 . . . . H.. I IIo Land 10.1 16 nik 116 . , . . . . . . . Unknown . . 1,2 2
The Bemlnole Land Ain. Co' Rub 1 Ulvof '. Inv Co. .. . 11.74Bemlnolp Lot 17 nik. 1111. .. . . . . . . Unknown . .. 1.21'' '
all rr.rtl except fake Front Add . 110 2:1: 30 1..4( 1.2. r.), 0. ii: Bk| 50. . . . . . Iand ft Lot 19 nik .116 . .< . . . . . . . :T". ? Unknown .. . . .
All . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at:l 21 30 III Rrmloolr I.end AInr 1 Inv Co. .. :. 10. 8(1Kapx. 1.,1 20 Illk 116 . . . . . . . . Flat,. H M.. ... . 1.28 n
r.o. . . . !J.IIIof L The Seminolr Land k Inv Co.'. Sub DIV I ::. 14, 17. 111.21.22 Blk 51. . land kIn Co.Brook. .lad. . . 2.86 1
'r..tI liY "Er..pt Lake Front Add. . :30AU 1..1. Co .. . 1.1.56 I..t 4 Ilk lT. . .. . .. . . . . . ., M II . 1.26: ;
etcept imla 100. 200. 217. 2:10.: 2\1.: 1 26 Lot .". Ulk 52 .. . . . . . . .. . . . Unknown .. Lt II Ilk . . . .. . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 J
232. 249. 2\1.: 21'12.' 261. 203. 2114. Lot 10 r>2 . . . .. . . . . . . . I'nkno"' I.UI I.. 7 117 . . . . . . . . .. Unknown . . . 1.28 ,
2011. 204 2115.21'1U".944. :313 314. :nr.111.: 52'.. 1.016 IT,Ilk. 21, : 23: Ilk : . . . . . "Inol.n Land A 1.10 101 8 lilk 117 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown. . . . r
3211. :345' 34T. 11411. ::11\7. 11110.11. "Inv Co. . . . T. lot 9 Blk. 117 . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.28 H
32". :127. 8Hemlnolo
:\ !1150 385' IIH6. 4111. .16. 417. U8.44T Lot .'> Bit 04 . . . . . . . .,. . . . . Land ft Lot 12 Blk. 117" . . . : . . : : . . . : Unknown . .. .
44".. 440. 4\0.: .1'16' . . . . . . . 30 20:: M""lIIlnol" Lend kInr. Inv Co Lot 18 Blk 117... . . .. . . . . . . Unknown . . 118
26
1 .C... . . . 146.:14: Lola. Tend S Blk 55 . . . . . . . . .. KcliT C K. LiT. Lot 14 Bit.. liT. . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown A." . . i.28
Thu Seminole Land k In" ('0,', Sub 1'1" Lot 0 3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1 ..26Unknown Lota 1. 2. 10, 11, 12, 13 I Blk. 118. . . Land A

of WSk 26 30HIO. 10 Ilk 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ..26rci Bmlaol Co... . . 8.a.
All etcept iod; ; 120. 1:17: : 4 115.: i6! :, 3 I. 2.: Ilk : . . . . . . . . . . . n. U 1 .211 Lola. 1. 2. 13, 1 Blk 119 ., . . . . . Semlnole Laad A '

201. 21111. 2"0. 216. 233. 2\4.: 231240. \. I. ( 7 . .. .. . . . . . . . Unknown 1 .26 Inr Co. . . '.9S 41,
242. 241. 2411. :805 30/1. aa3:16. :\. I..' K Ilk .I . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1.26 Lot. I. 12, 13: I Blk 12D . . . . . .. 01. Land A

: rH. 440. 457. 411// . . . . . . 3 26 30 288 RrrnIU.lr I.aod kI I.4., 144 Ulk 50 . . . . . . . . . . . Rckmrrapr. J K. I. 26! BI.. Co.Bemlnole . . . . a.9S
I In\' ('. . . . .167.m Lot( I1\ uik r>o.ui . . .. . . . . . .. . Unknown 1,20 Lot. 14 Blk 121 . . . . . . . . . . . Land A ,
V Thu Srmfnolr I.and k Inr Co.'a Sub hlvof . i. J. 24 nik r.T . . . . . . . . . Kpmlnele Land kola !n. Co.. . .
Lot 4 Blk 121 . . . . . . . . . . . In
and E'.4; ot NW% and wy orE Inr Co ... . . 3.15 Unknown . . ;
$ NEV4'4 except R n rt 0' way . . . . . 4 2 6 80 L 2. 15: 113. 1H Illk 58 . . . . . . . Homlnolo Land ft Lot 6 Blk 121 . . . . . .. . . . . T'nknown .. 1,46
All 1"0 1. 8. 4 5. 6 T. 5. 2". 20. Inv C'o... . . lx>. 1, 2, 18, 14 Blk. 122 : . . \ . . . 8emlaol. Land A iIn.
30"' '3.r.t 114. 35. !l6. 11M. 66 96 Loli.ot' i. nik T.H . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 8.Ur CoUnknown . . . .
101111.331 120. 121. 1211. 1129.; 62f 130. 1115: II Ilk .-.K . .. . . . . . . . .. K..,.. C I. I. 20 Lot 8 Blk 122. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.8f
138. 1ST. 11111. 149. 1112. 1113. II\T. 1511. .ola I. ii: 141O.. 18, 10 Blk 59.ot . . . Hemlnole Land ft Lot 0 Ilk 122 : . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . .. 1.11
1110. 160. 161. 162. 101, 192. )9:1.: 218. Inv (: .. 6.38 Lob 1, 13 1 Blk 123 . . . . . . . Seminole Land AInr

226. 2111. 2.\6. 2116. 215. 441. 442 L 4 Klk .*! . . . . . . . . . . . T . 1.20 Co. . . 6.51
2211. 4114: 455: 41'16.' 478 414. 41\T. 455: 1.01 5 Ulk \ . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1altoon., .. 1.26 Lot 4 Blk 123 . . . . . . . . . . . Herabar. A L. . ,
443. : Pnlo'n I Lot 6 Blk 123 : . . . . . . . . . . 1.1
70 .
23. 43. 44. 113. 114, 2b4 I\"mlnol. Land Lot 10 Ulk Ml.ot Unknown . . . .
10. 11, 12, 21, 22. 4 26 30 Inv Co. . . .. .121. 06 1.::t IT Ulk 511.ol :::::::::::::::::::::::.: .I Unknown: I ,KL.. : 1.241.26 Lot 7 Blk 123 . . . . . . . . . .. . Unknown . .. .

Lot A I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 l0 1'/ Unknown . . . 1.17 I. 2 I..tI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 80 li4 I'oknown . . 1. 17I Lola U. 7. 8, II, 10, 11, 12, 10 Blk 00. . . Bentinole Mr.MI .1 Bk 124- . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Semlnole Land ... .1 ,

Lot fI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 80 t 17 Unknown . . . 1. 17 Inv Co l.a4. . . . 7.16 Inv Co. . .,, :
Lot 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 26 80 t nkno..a: . . . 1.17 Ml 2 Blk 60 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1.26 All Blk. 12S . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land.ft It.11

I Lot 80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 211 110 1 -.kaowa' . . . 1. 17 I.ot nik to . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1.26 ;
Lot 81\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1 nkno"a; . . . 1.17F Lots I 13 and Dlk 60 . . . . . . .. . Fllllt. F 2.06 All Ali 126 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.mmoleaiind'8. 18.1
Lot 412. . . . ... . . . . ... . . . . . 4 .6 30 I IJnkao..a. . . 1.17 Lot 4 nik 61 .. . . . . .. ..: . . . Unknown ; : . . 1.26 Inv . \82.41
Lot 116 . . .r . .n . . . . .. . 4. . . 26 80'1 Unknown . . . .17 lot 2 Ulk 62'' . . . ..," . .... ".. \, T.ad..ell. W P. 1.26 All. Blk 127 .. '. . . . ...., .'. ., UJ '," Semlnole Land k .
.. '
Lot )111 .'. . . .e.v.nr.r . uj4r . 4 23 80 1 ltoknown .n. . .17 Lots 8 .Dlk 62 .r..4tr44uMAMtf .J'I ', Sprague, Ella 2.OA Inv Co. ,,32.; 4y
,. Lot 121 .nu Ln ?' ., ur4r' ... vn .r' 28 ,80 .u. . .11 I..t 6 .ue. 82 .. .. uv.4.4. o ;.: f I' Unknown. .. . ,., 1.26 All Blk 128 . .. .' .. t.. .4N. ).. Semlnole La.4.i. '
f. Lot 180. . . . . . . d. .1.1'' 4rr.u : 26 80 I l'nk..o"a. . ,, . 1,17 Lot 10 nik 02 . .. .j. . . . '. \ i' 126 'r T Inr Co. f.1t 4
Lot 1341 .. . .. . . . r.4 j re. rLr\ .? 4 29 80 1 ...", .. .. . . 1.11 Lot 18 Uk 62 .... . .Hq... .... .. . i\.; :i'. Monh.l. I I.. .. 1.26 All Blk 129 . . :. rnn, r.rntrru ,I ,. Semlnole
Lot 1811 . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . 268ft 1 trnk. . . . 1.17 Lot 4 6S t..r. r.r..r ,11 'r' Topping, A'E , 1.41 180'11( Inr Co.'Ln.d't 32.48
Lot 149. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 ito 1 Unknown . . . 1.17 Lota 9 and 10 Blk 03 : : : : : : : : . . . .. : i' J 0. : . 2.37: Lot 1,6, 7, 8 Bill. . .... j., Bnalaol. .
Lot 1/111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 IJnknown . . . 1.11 Lot 12 Blk 63 . . . . . . . . . . . unknown . . . 1.42 .. ... . . 11.T8
Lot 11'19' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 :26; S& I lTnknnwn! . . . t. 17 Lota 3. 18, 14 Blk 61Lota . . .. . . . . . . Bemlnol land Lot 1 Blk 131 . . . . JUlaplPI' C 3. ..8
: . . . .
Lot 21111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 20 80 1:0.:: l'nkoown . . . 1.17Lot p lar CoSemlnole .. . . .. 3.05 3 Blk 131 .. . . ; . 4.44
44:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . : .. 4 .6 80 1'4 Unknown . . . 1.17 1. 2, 6 Blk . . . . . . . . . . Land l..ot. Blk 181 . .. . . . . . . . . . 'tnk.o"D .. .... ..8
Sub-Div or iota 38 and 6 Lot S Blk 131. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4..8
. . .
Tinning 43 . .k. .1)00". . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 26 80 Lot 1> Blk OO . . ... . . .. . . . Unknown Inv Co. . . . 6.51 1.9O Iot. 6 Hlk. 131 . . . . . . . . . . . ... tnkao' ... . . ".4' '
4 r..t II HII A . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Lot 21 Hlk 16. . .. . . . ... . . . Unknown . . . 1.9O I Y, Blk. 132 . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Gad ft .
or I..t. 30 and 42. . . . . . . . . . . . ]
Dlv i Lot 22 . . . .
N W Fnl..om' Sub 12 26 30 Unknown l.OO
W 11. . 1.26 HIl 13 14, 15 17 Blk 07..1 All Blk 133 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01 19.5
16.
Lot Lot : RI A B : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Unknown Moody. . . . 1.16! 1.011 I. : Honflnolp Co.Land. . .ftInr 10.85 8:1. Oid. .. 1.81

ST CI.oUO- All Blk OS . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land kIn All except Lot 4 Bill 134 . . . . . . . nalao. Land ft .

Lot 41 IIlk 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land k emlnol., Co.. . . . 80.18 .. . . '
I toy Co. . . 1.56 Lot 5' nik enix . . . . . . .. . . . . F.artona. C 2.HiClark. All Blk 13S . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:1 0: Land .2
. . . . . : . . . . . . . . Ii I . '
1 Lot 1. 2. O. 10. 21. 22 III" 2. Seminole land k >t a 60 .. . . . . 12.80 I,6T
Inv Co. . . . 11.1'111' Lot 7,Ilk, 0.10. 17, 18.21.22 Bill 71. . Somlnole Land AIn All BIll 136 . . . . . . . . . . . . . :I Ot. .

41 IIIIt 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenney W H. . 1.211 Co. ... . . . '.11 .
Lot Lot 1 Blit 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenney. W H. . 1.26 Lot 19 Blk 71 .. . . . . . . . . : . Padirptt. J B . . 141.1 A I Blk 137 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Land ftInr '
fAt 111 AIk. 2 . . . . . :. . . . . . . Uoktlown . 1.26 Lot. 13, 16, 23 24 Blk 72 . . . . . .. Seminole Land ft C..t I.'t.
Loti 19 and 22 Bill 8 . . . . . . . Bemlnole. l4";' Inv Co. . . . 8... All Blk 188 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8mlao. 'lad '

tov e.. . . . : Lota 3, 4, 7, 8 Blk 78 . . .'. . . . . . . Kemlnole Land ft ... . ....
Lot loAIk R . . . . . . . . . . . ,. I...ad. CA. . . L26 Inv Co. . . . 8. .. Lot 4 Blk. 130Lota . . .. . . . . . .. .. Bemlaole .Laad _
Late R and 4 Blk : . . . . . . . . . 2.08 Lota 23 and 24 BIll 73 . .. . . . . . TlnrllnK, M. . .. 6.86 Inn Co. . . I.TI
Lot 22 81k 4 t rerA 3. :,: : : : : : 1.26: Lotl 3, 4. 7, 8, 1: Dill 74 . . . . /. . . Bemlnole Land ft 1.2.2. 4, B Blk 149 ... . . . . .. Land Ik r"
Lots 28 and 24' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Rt.phene. P . . S .::14 Inv Co ... . . 10.36 8r:0 ..T.
. . . . . . . '
Lot B Bit 141Lota . . <
W A. 8.84 Lot 19 11 12 Blk. 76 . . . .
tI All
Lobi .2 3 Bill l> except Land ft i4"
1 HI./I,. / . . . . . . . . . . . : : : ...moyetr H. ... 1.42 Smlno' . . 84.88BemlnoU 1.51 ;

_ Lot Lot II BIIt'1\ . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1,42t All fractl Blk ft . . . . . . . . . . : 'Land" S. 4, S, 7, 8 Bill 142 . . . . . . Bemlaole land AInr. 'j
Bill 5 . . r. . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1,42Lot. .;21.25 OoVf ,. ., .f8
t Lot 8 . . . . . . . i.d"; Bemlnol Lot 1 Blk 142 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown '
1. 2, 11, 19 Blit 6 . Seminole. All fractl Blk 78 . . . . . . . . . . Land ftInr BI. J..t' It
. . . . . .
Lot. S and 143 .
In. Co. . . . 11.2:1: Co.. . . B.66 I t4er,4
, Lot 8 AIk 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . I.I\T All Blk 70 . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land t.88
f l ) Jot 21 Blit ft . . . . . . . . .. . . . Unknown . . . 1.0T In. Co. . ... 19.07Bemlnole Lot 4 Rlk 143 . . . . . . . .. . . . . SIN, H 'D :.., I
... - . . . . . Lot 9 lilt 143 . . . . . . . :. . . . unknown i 1.21.
Lota .. 111.11., 18 :21 Big 7 '" Land A Lot. 1 to 12 Incl Blk 80 . . . . . . . Land ft 1" ' w
r'f M"mlnr' : . .
; Ce. . . . R.lll Inv Co . . 1O.36 Lob 4, 6, I. Bill 144 . . . . .. . Ito *_. \ :..

.. Lnta 11. 12 IS Bit 7 I'nknoWD . . . . .78rl' Lot 21 Blk RO . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . .. 1.26 ,.1.,
Lot 14 Rlk 7 "nkno..n . . . 1.00 Lot 22 nik 80 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1. Lot. S Blk 144 . . . . . . . . . . .. tDD""lt' ., '1...
I Lot 20 pi"t 7 "nkno"a . . . 1. 00 Lot 23 Blk 80 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 21 LotG.1.8.10Blll.I. . . . . . . . Land i'''
. . . . 1.tIO . . . .... 'Co.. . .., '
< Lot 24 ink 7 I'nkno"n Lot 24 Hlk 80 Unknown . . . 1.26 'f.MI
Lot 2 Alt 145 . . . . . . . . . . . .
11. 12 Blk 8. 'f : 'i. ; Unknown :i. ,, ,,
All except: Tx>ta 7, 8. 9. 10. 8..mllllol. Land A Lots 1, 2. 4, 6 8, 10. 18, *
i 1' l..ot. Blk 145 . . . . . . . . . . . "
p ,. . . . 26.66 18 22. 81. . . |.3.
In Co. 17, 20 23 Bill Seminole ftInr Ilo..H'
. . . . i
Blk P. l.ao l..otI/ Blk 145 . . . . . . . i.ga ,
Lota B, 1, 8, 10 11, 12 Aeminole Inc Co.Land. . . .A. 9..0 Lot 8 Blk 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . .CoPlll.on. II. C.. .. .. .. f a 1.28.118 Lot 12 Bit 148 . . . . . . . . . . .i. Dnknowu'yq. ,.4.. i.9
. . . 1.90 _. . . . . . . . . iota 4. 6, 12. 18, 15, 17, 18 19. 31 J
Lot 4 n'" O t'nknown Lot 16 Blk 81 .s. Unknown . . 1.26 . . . : 1"
. . . . . . .
146 .
t lAo*' 1 f. A. 9. 10 and 13 to 24 1n, .. Lot 21 Blk 81 . . . . . . . Hart nl. . . 1.26 22 lU ta A
Block 10 Seminole' Land kIn Lota 1. 2, 4, 8, 18. 28 BIk"82. . . . . . !!emlnol. .. kIn Inr . ...10.1
x Co.. . . . 28.611 Co. . . . 11.1111 Lot 7 146 . . . . . . .. . . i. DDI.p. .M J,
. . . . .
iota 11 and 12 Blk 82 . . . . . . . . 2.06 l.t 16 Bill J.8. : . . ,. ,, 1.24.
. R.minole. Lan4 kr FlI.ym..r.8 e.16.
U All Blk 11 4 . . . . . . . l.ta 1. 2. 4. n, ', 18. 16, 18, 30, 21. .ta"ao..fH "','.
Lot 14 Rill 82 . . . . . Unknown . . 1.28
r Co.. ; . . 89.18 14T .
I" . . . . . . . .
.f. Bill . . . . . i
. .
Land A Lot 20 Blk I .. . . . . . .. . . Unknown . . . 1.2/1 .
, All121k12.: 6emlnol.In. Co. . . . 119.111 Lot 21 Rlk P . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1,26 lily Coj'. ...;. 11.4T
81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fob 1, 10. 11, 14, IS, 31, 33 :
Lot 31 Blk . Unknown 1.26 1..2.1:8 .II
fIV 16. 10 20 Rill : Seminole LaDd k : : "
16. . . . . . .
Lob T, 8, 24 . ... ... Semlnele Land A
I... Co..1 12.2$ Lot 8 Blk 83 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . m
Lot 10 Blk 88 . . . . . . . . . . . .'. Unknown . 1.21. lar Co..4 ..., 10.56 t
20, 23: .24 Blk .14 Flemlno'' Land A .
. . . . . .
10 . . . -
't I.oU 15 18 Blk 148 ; Slee. R. .
1.26
. . . . . r..tt DrtP> ,
83. . . . . .
Lot 14 Blk Unknown 1.26
1" In. Co. . . . 12.28 .
BIk 84 Blk 148Lota . . . . . .. . . . . Wood bin .. .. .
Lot 10. I., 10, 20, 23 . . . Heixlnole Land ft ,
f .. Rill 1. Totter Ono R. . 2.8T t. I
11 1 7 24 I. .
Lot 22 Seminole Land A ,,41
'ieYio.'W.'as.'bVB'ik'ii: . Remlno'' Lai4 k Inv Co. . . . ".76 ? "
.. LOU 8, 4, 7, ,8 Lot 2 Blk 84 . . . W. . 1.26 lar Co. ?'
ft
"' la. CG. . . 18.04 .. Philp. Lot 16 BIt 149Ixii. . . . IInk.ow.,1:: f;
111 . . Vnno..a . 2.111 Lob 1. 2, 8, .. 6, 7, 8., 10 17 121k 88. . Land ft 1314, 111! 34SentlaolA.Lanil .
Ify Lot J Blit 4. B. 6, T 8, 9 10,
.
*
.
'io.2o.2i'Bik"itrtti 14 . . . .
e.6. 10. 13. Senalaolo l..aad kg'c Inv Co T.08 : :. . . : : '
: : Lot a, 4, 6. Klk. 150 . . . . . .
. . . . .
In. ran. . . Ifl. T' u>U 19 20 21 Blk 86 . . . 8.lnol. Land ft .
lar Co.. . . .,' 0194:
. . . .
. . . 8. U
IT soil 18 9 Blk. 10.16 13..14. V3: BIk 17. . Kemp 8e.lnol N A Land. . .kIn. 13,85LeG 'I Lot 1 811 86 . . . . . . . . . . . . UnknownUnknown . . . 1.211 l.tl 1, 2. 8. b. 6, 14. 21 Blk 1S1 . . . "Iaol. Land ", b

S. 6. 7. 8. Lot 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.26 C.. ..
} Co. . . . 16,17 III I..t. Rlk 151 . .. . ;. . . . . . . ...' ..
. . . . . . Soop'
ot 10 Blk . . . . . . aria. B Bnknewa . 4.
17 21 Btk .
14. 11\. Semlnol Land k 12
10. . . . . . . . . . . .
iota 4. a. Lot 7 Dlk Rtee. C AI . 1."
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Lot 12 86Lota . . . . . . . '.I
.. . . . 10.111\ .
In. e. BI. Bik 81 8 Lot 11 Rlk . .. . . . . . . . . K.na@J' vT/H.. 1...
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1. 4, 18 . . . . feed
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Lot 14" Blk 162.
Lot S:I Blk 1 8 . Uakao_ . . 1.00 Unknown 4.4 1.41
r.t < . . . . f'Oj. .' f ;: Lob"- A and 6 elk IBS . . . . . . Unknown. . . 1.87
tot 5 nik 1" Unknown 1. Lot 14 M7 . . . . . . . . . . . : : : : : : : 154' : ; j.
Lot fl Blk 18 Tlnknown . .. . . 1.00 tot. 15 nil. 87 .. . . . . . . ..W . . 1.26 Lob 8. 12 23 Bl . . . .. . . B.lnol. Lc A ,
j. IS BIll 18 ITnltno..n . . . 1. eo 13 Bik 88. I I .* 4.8.. ,-
Lot iota 1. 2. 7, 11, 12. 14, . ft
Imlaol. Lael 1B4 . . . . . . H!
1 Lot 20 Blk . '
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. Lot 19 Blk. 18 Ollal.p. () . ,. . 1.00I . 7.16 ,1.lo. .t! 1.78
Late I, 2, 5. 6, 8. 0. 10. 11, 12 Blk 10 . Bemlnole I.aad knv Lot 4 Rill 88 . . . . . . . . . . . . Hatrber. I . . 1.211 Lob 11, 12.-17, 18, 21, 22 BIk 156. . . Land s
( C... . . . 13./1/1/ Lot 5 Blk 88 . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 I..* Co.< .. .. 10.84 ?i.
r Lob 15 14. in Blk l It . ... .. . Wisner r: JIJ. . . 4.7$ Lot. 17 Blk 88 .. . . . . . . . . . . ... Unknown . . 1.241 Lob 1, 2, IS, 14, .17, 18 21. 22 Blk 166. & .I.ol.' Laad.. A .' .
j Lota C. 6. 19. 20 Blk. .. flemlnol. Land k Lot 19 Blk 88 . . . . .. . . . . . Rao4lenhual6 .T L.Bemlnole 1.26 lar Co.. .. .. 1740; :' +

j Eot 8 Blk 20 TTnlo"c"o. : : : : : : : tX; Lots 17 and 21 Blk 89 : . . . . . '. . . Co Land. . . .kIn 2.20 Lot. 7, 157 S. D,. 11. .,. .12. ., .19. .,. 20.. .. .31. .,. 23.. . .33.. .34Blk . 8mIDo.. L4 A *

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;.' \ l..ot4BI..20. .- Unltao"' . . . . l.TIII Lot 4 Blk 89 . . . . . . . . . . . . UnknownUnknown . . . 1.26 .. 1.11
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I 7. 8. 0. 10 RIll 2n., Stewart 10. . . II.IIT . Lots 1. 2. 5. 1. 6. 41. 13. 1.. 16. 19. 36, .
Lota I.
Lot 10 Blk 89 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2(1
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Lota 11 and 12 Blk 2O : Rt.w.rt JII G. . a.OI Lot 18 Blk 89 . . . . . . . . . . . . McKenale, WF.. 1.26 21. 22, 23, 24 Blk IBSLota Seminole 'laod'.4
<.I' Lota 11, 12, IS, 14 Bill 21 Seminole Lard aIn 24 Blk 80 . . . . . . . . . . .. Unknown .. . . 1.26Semlnole lay "Ca....r.4 ...... "
Lt A 4. B 4 8 20 31 ".
1. 2. T. 19 ,
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Co. . . . '
4.10' B, 11 13, 18. 14. 20. . . . . . . . . 2 Land j
{L Lot 21 Blk 21 Unknown ... . . 1.2j .elBtILo. . . . :. . . . . : . .2'a Land & 23. 24 Blk 169 8ln.. ;/,
$ 1. 2. 8. 4. 6. 8, 9 1O. 11. 12. 18, 14, Inr Co. . . . IS.86Bemlaole T.VnTJo.viw. ,2.e. 'o '
Lot 13 AIk169 . . . :. . . . . : : ', )
Lot . . . . t. ; r-
, 18, 20. 21. 22. 2 Blk 22. Lend i IS, 10 21, 22 Blk 01. . . . Land ft 8d
8mlnol. 3. 10
Lab 1. 4. T. 10.
t ... ... . . .84 Inr Co. . . . 9.85 2. 8 I. 2. .
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;" 24 Alt 22 . . . 1 Tote Bit 91 . . . . . . . . . . . . ( .. I K. . v. 1.26 21. ,2. 23 Bill 1M. n . Bemtaole Led A

Lt I. 2. .. T. 8. IS 14 16 1. 20. 2. tn"DO' 1.2 Lot 9 Blk 91 . . . . . . . . . . . . J Semis 1.26 Lot Blk 160 . . . . : . . . ire Ca..ry,01. *

'. 28 Blk 23 . . . . . . . 81Iaoe.Land. . . .It. 19.ft Lot .10 Bill 92 . . .: .. .. . . . . . 8Io o.Land. . . .. 1.lf Lota 13 1. 2 a 4 B1k I6l . . . . . . . . Ierwl.ol.Bewell.. W L A.1,4 A . ,'' ,F

(I'I t' Lot 2" . .. . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 128 Lot T Alt "2 . . . .. . . .. . . . . Wlndleh. Wm . 1 tf Lot Blk 161 . . . . . . . . . . lar Co. f ,4 254,M .
," Lot itAIk U . ... . .. . Unknown < . . Lot 8 Blk 93 . . . . .. . . Unknown .. . 14 "tmll. Do. 4.44 ,,, ;
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.' Lot. 2, 4 11 U. 20 I. . . .. .. Senlnola Lad 4k Lot 18 Blk 04' .: : : .: .: . .. . . . .Unknown . .. 1.26 (Continued o p 14.) a -" ,


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:; ..... .. .t. . i < 11 ..++++ Order of Publication. 4 Notice for Bids I B" DICKERSON \ ).
REMOVING SNOW -v. PROFESSIONAL
'la. CIr uIt Court "Peyeutb, Judicial Olrriilt.* On, Notice la hereby given that the Count Com- I ;-
ceol. {.;OUD',. tUate of Florida-la \ha: ..,.rr mi..M"x.tra at their' ii..xt rngnlar m..lh'lI. July I Artificial Stone WorksWHOLCSALI .
; ; I I. 12414: will receive sealed tills for putting anew CARDS /
James E. DaVU. CompUlniliit. v" Cbulos: 3nj\: -
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i. -GRAYSJONE I 1 -
; J. LharlM UalHKhKrvaii) All Pxrions i'l.lni.ln tin' roof ou the ( 'UrL lUiutw liiffilmme4'" AND KBTAI1.. .
: ( ao luUiruiK the "r"I..I'tT| In Tlili JIll I FJorldtt aid tiu U bf :2<>|>,,und coaling old FROM SIDEWALKS I LAm, Patent Plaster, Plaster ,' .
at I te Uu but Id I tig paper to ls* pin around edge, I RIVERS D. "
Dc..II."d.. V..ud.ot.IJIU.0'' '''(UIrora roof lotus pnibt4d with beat grit'in roof pn1nt, IT.M.. M. : Paris, Cement, Fire Clay, Plaster . -
Tillu
: urn ut: TW ui AH bld,to be a.ldre*.H xl to H. U. Johujftou I Hair, Building Blocks, House :. .;.
.. -.- To All Wbom' Mny Concern : Clerk *;*ran it Court KlfHlmmee Florida.CoininlHKiotivra PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Blocks,- Sidewalk I I
Piers Chimney -
H from the bill of compUlnt. | ,
tbOto3.6operday. "I."rlnl sworn : reserve the right\ to ffjeci ,
; tIled III thiw "..II..., that there >re p.r. any ,and 1 all bldn. :J4-4t Tile Common Brick, Fire Brick,
: Special by week or month. .I: ,OIlM lni..reiit...l In tbe property Involved In this .. Is .Office over Oscehla Pharmacy' 3 in.: Tile, 4 in: Tile, Drain Pockets r
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It Done In
:I: .Milt i ilipt IbMII the known fUiren'lanUi and How Lacrosse I Rellderi'ce 6J.J'HOItS.roiice .. Lath. .
Cypress
L W. THUl[ IM. I'll' ..D. MUTED, Mfl that tile name of such persons so Inu-reslod I / : 'o'
Ill +; sre unknuun to Ui omj.Isinant, mitithiit ru Notice of Incorporation ) 14S _. motto'lsQuiok sale,and small proflU ..
I ; ; I I I ++++++ . .. .' I I I I +++++ Hal, Ii prayed d In *.j.j..blllol: cuinplnlnt: I : n aluht I : I. lcr..bTfJl"ell- that we. the tinder- Wis. Explained j f1'OJ'work: anti. mod qualityall. and vet "

_ _ _ _ _ such uukiuiwii Ii Therefor d" enUflnl Ord ,, liiUTful In HIKI to the followliiK the liouoraIjlu' Aliu.rL W. llohrist,. WINN
olnlming 'way and Midland H. H. Phone 14L :.
WL. S
of Iho State of Florida. for I
d..II..1, l propHDT.' .1t"MtAt ID Ihu County' ol ."v"rnor LettersPsietlit ,
Ohcitola Ana ..tiIo t of Florida, UfWlt.: nmhoriKitiif ua to carry on blla'o".ln( I

i'l' I w. i m DUZOB R Rl l1J.ho north.<> Hl hnlf<| inner of the of iiorthoaflt Hxrtlon: Sfxti-i-u quarter luluwnMilnTHenur of' the by virtue Mtalu of of Florida the lawn 8M of a <"the orfM>mal ratfon of under Florid and., BEST METHODS TO EMPLOY. PHYSICIAN .I -- --- - m- .--. ---_ _ _-_ ,

tlvu .oiiui of KHIIKB Tweiit.lilfie uttd under anti l by name of the KUnlmniee j 1
Usury 4'oninany.'. The proposed charier of said RESIDENI-K PHONE .M KIBBIMMEB.OFFICE .
ciiniplHliit i-HSi. eli Hi iirmln)|>c'"' 'in IK'rt.fi"011 s coiiiplHliiHiit'alull or' Iwfora the I corporation. iioiiitf .{ 'vord* and figure UN ful- PPONK '''7 F'OKIHA. "'L.. MM te A I ...........' .

. t' 10t .In of Julj.X. l Ii. I'.HA! cite tim. titlil bill "illbo lows, ((41.V* It I 1
tnkrn MN t"iifvitHod' T. .H fiMVER. In Cleaning Street and Walks Snow 14 M. TILLER t
W W CAK-ON. [
) AII.I (t 1. Further Onlered. Thai tills order Shov.l.rs Should B. Instructed In G. THOMASON ,
U. F
N. 0.41(01tN.Alti :
_ puliliHlii-il, \ \"n.'" R wvek for t w"I\| '<> COIIHIHUtM -
.. ( "ri..kh I lit hit Vnlli-j. (..nrvlu- ni'UKi'>''I.r| : the Special Importance of Keeping Real state Agency. .1.1t
1; ,lillhliHlUKl 1 I fil hHiil i 1 (.;'.u"I I)' of |Otf.*.>ln, hHU 01 I <
F.ftrfdn, HIM! of K..ti"ra''
Real Estate coil ft s' Fits t< ...aSasaaSSSSaSSSfS'S'SSSS'i Dt ',

\VLiiei. the Houornblu JntiivH W PcrklimJii'liiiif Tho tame. of this rorpurMlon shall I.,,. theKiHiinmen The proper denning of snow from
1:1 'Mill| | pimrl, mul, my lie iflO BM (I'I..k l ttftlry (*omniiiy, , cud It* principalplrU'u Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 i i.a Realty bought and sold. "
: I ..nl ..I" Clri'iill aldcwnlks offers coiisideraljle
Ibrri'Of. nnd. ih"ntllflal <.f( K I of, InimiieMt r-linJl I I bu I In the City. of Klkfiliiiinuf dilllciilly
< Min liii' th&' 11th ila\ ot( .\pnl.A.I' I\I IIUJH. M uiit of o"'l IIM. SlHle fit HorldHSEf ..a Houses rented. Dt
: > to officials for Its solution,
proper
ll Jiiill1O1.li.ftI .
H. B. D. WIEN'ENGAIVETERINARAN Taxes paid and Titles verified -
< I I. circuit Cfiirl. ID lit
I ONlJ J Where the Inw the authorl- 4
requires
W .J.I M nr". Mitlclini, tot i ,,...,,IIU.\III. 1..111 for non-residents. '
\ 1 lie 1'lt'rol' mint"r.. of II.. bMHlneim to l i.etrmit ties to take charge of the cleaning of ) -5 Dt" ,
;':"j'"j'j' FLORIDA I '. >a<'ted I., *uid cnrpoialtou pitch I bu hHt of "1 Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. (
; : KISSIMMEE miii.ufm' .turhiK, t buyl iiiK "''ICI l Mt-lllMK of all UairjlinxliictK I oil wnlkH snow-plows cnn, be nsi-il,, tu STOCK TREATED FOR 4 ,..

: Notice- ol Executor tor Final I .' HI id carrylnii I on and h..lu1I1I1I a advantage at least once or twIce In the I ALL DISEASES .
11'1..1 I dHirr ltiisiiiess. and. th" ncqiilriiiKi I 4 Indemnity Bonds. ..
Discharge. <*\\ tiliiK. tU'flltiiK. leasing' / H id HellliiKHiic.
I In C url of l tinKiunty JudKii, Hlntc ol Klorliln.In l.roi'i'rtr. rcnl mid !l.crstual.) MM' limy bo uecfHHHTJ the sides Z"illht: > nfi82; ORI-ANDO. r'LA. 1 1 .. ..- \
: roll buck
.J s.uJLock re .utaU. :of; Martha. A. TiirlliiKluil:: : ilvufnil- tihttful or tutmvemioiml:: : I : for csrring on and. I on mid on to the 1I ff VIS* Vlf M ygr rygr ygr .. .

,.<1. ONfiMiln" countyXutlKi coiitliH'tuitf lift l.utsi hOle, mid .Hlinll ht,ve the walk. Hand labor rnunt then be institllcti ---I
lit* and .....1 .td.ttreM if .....1'.1.t'k )
rlttlit t'tiy own < '
nil whom It : -
heri In in in"iK'irn delln"'el
If I he walk Is to be full !R. N. L. BRYAN
f. of ether corporation, tu borrow MI D)
<- tlinl' on th I lllthd.y of Mnj: A II
)Ii':.'. I lmll Hpltly to thi' lliitiiirnli) .,. In..i K. li-nd. tnoiie)' III the trmiHHctioti" of its buhiniHHAIH width.it.ithere It in. a question of cleanIng !
L 1'nrkfr JudK" iifsnld Court, an JiulKe. of Pro to. lip allY H liii 1 nil I tilt"V... iieciHKary to the. walks which DENTIST -
REAL ESTATE I tiHli I ', fur, H tlnnl diftflmrKu an fxif (lieHtnt I miiKiit t ion of 'aid 1<".lm'M. property owners are '

<. MHL>i] Mini 1 II I""I I'. required to clean but do not It In \JotIn'III'rall.I' Squires BuildingNew Ze BARAGERWALL
r mm..%mmmm*....%m**%*..* ItiHl) Ht' the tent time I will I I I prusi'iit III) flna,
: HI iiiuiitx,, HH fxeriitor, of taiil ihtalu. Htnl it.I k fort 1''I.". ...." 11.1 .,ICI. ..I ,,,Id trl.tlrit,iii al.nll. he practicable to use plows York AvenueST. I
I INSURANCE hvir Hpitroval.Iiaiid :. $1..21t1." to )I".div I iid into. out hundred. andit bliK-o I the walks which are to lie clean CLOUD FLORIDA
: Novt-iiibiT Kllh( A. I D I rill \ hlittri-h of tile |1">tir \rlllliOf fKXMKI, ( ith I II cd the .
,' by city are widely Rralt'rl'.t.oul .
It il Mrl, .i.4h.1 i. J IM -< .1....*.s htrll/ lie. IsMii'l Hiid paid up in
'; i I I'no"'lIo .K x.iiii..r ,hill )Io v 1 11... cnnvi"HIM. i tu, I lie t-.rt.irst.e.- | >, u'' In Midi. oasos nlso hand clonnln
r4.! J. 'A -mLMIH1U.ihN11.1. .\ PAPER
: ; Examination of Titles I nil tin, .ptopi-rt. '> fit c\t r> kind iind, t i hnrai-'It II i iii must I lie ri-soitcd" to
I \\nt f- (ioiiix "1-iiKiiit s. titi<'U'r tii."- 'linn I Whi'i'e t h"I'lnro' Rodded strips RIIOVJsboiilil .Paper llunainu und

Specialty. ".m.' "f tlx K lM.iiniiu-i'( Ijtiry. C"''niany| of I lie removed at leant foot he Decoratlnic a Specialty
for I' one
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Call Republican County Kipirnt--------" o..t..III < on .1' I 'triilii 1 hemim
1 I.. MX.Ull- suit) iHiidf ...ui! i"ffHOiui| prcptrlyouindh yonil ixlieti. I'dBP gut the Rldcwnlk pavIng, (Cntaii| -> I in 1 Kal\ HuiltJlIll!.

Solicited. Convention and Precinct ) sHid < it'i ,,tltt-r.i.1-, tlu \tilii' ..I enii-flnlly] I u here t the lots adjoining': are I If .Ii.. II. 1.0 I 12:! II). Window Shades, etc.
Correspondence s tld' )>r<'rt\ 'n to u In- diivt < -I 1 Id t ini or OFFICE hlJt2Hs.,
t .' i pomMou: \)to /lid/. <'ifpnrtnt) ; -rshi?) n- herein. : j,.l>< JiljrlifT) than the walks tin this will\ \ i ::30 to !5:3U:) p. m .
I torn ,dii I rUt Hii'l' rvfi, art I li, bi-inu, t'I..- >.nni, Jun 5. 1 yr.1)H. Barlow's Horse and
Meetings, I Vli 1 "im', ,"",1 ttiL iif >'tpii'' '.''ior' t1! itn.,>- ifirpoiutlnii priMi'nt Ice from aceiiiuiilntlnK/: after
j. I', I I 'lit.r'I.1 )' fix '-iiuiuni. ul Itt.ieu. ' rs M 'in-t the wIng( 1 boglimi.IIuindiatoiy Cattle Powders an4 ;, Tin- H..I.llhh..I( t ) 1> it ti jifM'rim. m''t1I"f" \* ''II t *to"I \nlut-iirv. .( .id ptopvrty. I W. W. CARSON .
; t JH''Id' III I Ui) ."itiln, pn,<'lmlH "t I .Kiiolii ('ounl\ after a ,snowfall nil hIll> I Poultry FoodWJITS :' : :
; fLORIST on MH) ( I, Ill'1.!. tu flot't .h'h'1 ) 'KBlt"to. theon lift 1 .
Com lit ion F,ui''h pr<'i .ni< I in mil' )lid 1 i<> UK* .. ,11I11 I k iff. thtrt, DENTIST
: < | Htoi conMirnilun ito .1! alley crossing should, ,IIP, cleaned In / )! (; ) HUM;.
nysteniatlc
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r r i,HI )h t 11 Ht ,piilli' nil \oin.t MII\ inn hi. int n.HHtil 1... all"h )"\idid' I
t pr<'','tit' \\ ho. Mil ].iU.lfi tlH'int.f\e-, 'I.> .ii(111.11, 1 lj) tin ..MWHolthtiHteof" l I'lftridn. I way. The work In laid out Office over Cole's Jewt.'lryStorp: :NEtYOItK: ( ) : AVE.
Designs ) tu m t intiuiiiff. in I InSo'
Cut Flowers and Floral TMHI j 1.111,11. nn <>r H
;: p I v nil.cr i i'jtt ..UH-tnin Prf.MM.,IK not. Niluhilig, hill t I uThu In ronti'H wit h from two to four men Office Hours; 8- 15;, 1 .-5:
I for all occasions. prt-Mcnt ntt\...., oni, I I ('(1 M tl(> < "ItH' irillHll .tl.I II lit, I ",Utlt" \ I X'''Ilt14t '' ) t < urpornt. "" dull xinl, l--rl'- t tillS' upon Office phone J lr>K St. CloLldFla.
: Potted Plants and Roses a 'iiniinllti, ,, .. I'rt'rttu t HUM inKv Ul11 aUoflmnhfone depth of stiotvftillVhit'ii! possible HIP Residence. 2.1.:
CI i xi "i i'I I
; specialty. '"" iiut-r. for. ('""11'''' < onnniit" e nail, one inca selected nre those hymn nearoHt I ntf
1.1 t. ii'tiiu.iHl) Iif'nIbor, 'for i HI'h bull' jiiHlil" > 'inu 1 UtI .. 1 11". 1 10"sin, ,, ;?:K of( ,h.. (..."j...jrnt ,iiiti ,hull] in Colt l _.JI ,
; ;. Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL I 1'111>'h'<'Hit vufurM fti IHpr) *'! incls Irillili! t. not) \ q .pri. Bid, til KM n.t/irj* and, tn "HMIMT : to the lespectlvp 5(0 lIons., 171 DEKHYSHIHE, MD..
inlltitf HicnitiHr. UIHuill. IK* pniHMl] In 'ihc HI id. n UuHrd -f n I lest ill"n tlirt (I".r" ittrt' It Is sometimes illillinilt to judge' : correctly . ..
F \yI IIM It mini or. ouiily' h\i*<'"II\" C"tnniltl I<.<* ilittn r<<\ < 11 (T dir f torM, lif, ,hMIl I In* c-l Ii < i I. d J Jtinnimlh
I, TlHrtulll'', I.,. )Ii it )1.1 l Ht M,. < "loud. !KlorlilH. ftJicpiiMidin ? I on time I-... ...nd I ln"'.ila> 1I..r 1111I' "I( as to \\ hot constitutes n com
(', I < ounty,' < MIlvtilion on Jill' Ihili, ,. Hcli I, year l.j (the I, stockliold, rH <.1 l .ih. irrjHT.ilion . pllancp with I I I 1b> rpiiilrciiieiite.| i of n Special attention given to (the
I I 191:. to tiuMiinitt' H ooxiiiu tiikfttiiii" I trnusHttVIK The 'tullowliiu "MI1H.J) o .r.... sliHll i on treatment of Women and
.,li, othi l h'>ii."Iii< A" HI mn)' cin" l cfon (hiconvt duo I the tiiiHiiit. ot I ti<-i-..."..''a"o" until tin* clean/ sidewalk/ :Some;;; property, owners

i l-iIt'ion, fir>! HiiniiHi elecliifii, t,>r until' their. Hiii'iekMJiHr. ., appefir to think thnt n putli? alone tltpcpnl..r Children.
J. W. THOMPSON 1
;; :, I W I. V.AN I lii /oit .- 1 let :.-.t.iI of the walk Is while I I enneth p. Butler 1 1
.' ( ( liniriiian' C ouiin .Vxt'i uMVe Coiunilttc evident. 1 M. (> JM rS sndlclent. Office over Citizens Bank I'HONE 1S4
Jon N I. PHI-. RIi.o.' "-<'iet..rv and 1rtat 1 >ui.r, \\ W' ( arson others, wait until the RIIOW Iris been
Seiretary Cmnlj IC.tititi vi. C<,itiinifitiiIf . The, iHmrd of dir I ,M'torn lmll I I.e 1' *. li\er.I 24-3mospd
tramped' hard'l and t then remove the ..
H. i tf W \v < H" "". and, N. It ('Mr"". --- ,
loo... snow on either sldp Neither of
SKKNTHIhc r. A. VANS AGNEW" w. B. CRAWFORD
FUNERAL DIRECTOR these should. be tolerated i by the nu BERBER SHOP
f- Notice for Bids. hiKhcMt, iimoiinl of f indt nte, >1n#>HN or Itt.iiI.y ") AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW
l j which tin. t orponttKni. i HII Ht nnj time' thorltlos as the, first thaw will causeIce VANS

i r and !I ..II".. I. hcrc'lir: Driven thnt th- B..lol Kiibjort, itttell shall I not' ix,'**fd I\\1(0 'he. "1.1.tNlt..ck. to form and cooke a most danger, '
I c'cm ut 5 '1 oft tO IIII..r. (if "."....''M <_.. I
;, ri) .iri i LICENSED EMBALMER .,met ton of a Meet IIT) ti-olii. O Jnly I. A D 1"U. Pliiiii) Hiid NifclOntffmii ini'or..rut..r.. sit-I! II... Hiiiount <.r f s Kissimmee Florida
<' Oil Ii!I.. nt Cl<*rk'n "m..... All I i Iolob I "un. HUM I k nul"M'ribfcl'' Ill i.H( h. Mrt' HK 'lulJnwN, ( 1 he Increased over those for the < .
Oppositt Courthouse fildri'HB to It. (I .lohii.ton. ("bert Cirx-ult" T. K (Ills tr. Hlt-mnimie" i I'",,..,1M. ... shares.W regular public shoeliiiKAbout elghl ,
( ..onrt I KiHHlmimt?. "FlorliUTl1 ) aruoii KisNiiiiiniM. r lorldn.'UttiiHrvh.' ; -
,' C'liniiitnnloii.ir* rtBtrvthe' r Kilt to roiJuct N lit tiits.it.: kll.itIIiifllt.:; I'lorldmt.: :bhaiit men and one foreman for a crew have H. D.

AtI,)' nn /
'" set their haixU mid, tout is on ihin, the I
KlSSIMMEK '. FLORIDA I sh) dM3 ..1. Ma). A. II. rU. The foreman should locate measure
'I 1 1. h. Ol.IVPH (rieBl; and describe the work. For the mensureuiontH ATTORNEYATLAWOffice ,
Notice of Applicationto \\'. W. CAKMstall" / i
_: ------- N. II. CARBON l 8eal') he may use a ten foot stick Sprigg Fleming
State Bank Building
Sell Real Estate of Minor. and locnte the work by giving the distance

j $ !lor S,2'per Acre perMonth otiC5 'IN her *l>y given that.' I, am guardian: ofJnolt State ot Florida of Its beginnIng from the nearest Kissimmee. Florida ,.

\ Hoan WtlUrm. will make appliontioii' to d Ufly 01 OHc"ol. corner' and the number'of front CLEANING
linn UenrK) P Parker county juo1/tt'/ of 4).ctto.lii .
t 1 ronnty, .t hiM oftlt1* in the court h on tie in Before me, the undersigned authority per. feet jshovcled! -for example "north /Jj. KRIBBS 'i: : \ ', "
.:IJ B., a 8.0. eel.ry '.r.. Flowlag ar. KUnlmniec, MomUvJuly 16th, 112, ftonully' appeared: illIin O.ire.r %V. W4 ('arxotiaud co\ ; 1 ,\ : ;, t.' PRESSING -
Ictiowhi i. Treat Sixth and Stnte ,1 ) ) :
t..I.. ",.11 ...r..t.ed. J4b.rr4g.tIoN. for an order to lroino other hairs of the: Into N. lb. Camon, well bu the ,corner, ; 'i ,-_ -
I .I..dral..ood..II..ro.d ...trlet.r JHIIIO M. WillHOn. Hr in. a private .sale of the paraoim dettcrlbed. iD. find, who tttguedt Kenledand inence north 100 feet; 50; feet; skip 100 ATTORNEY AT LAW *. KISSIMMEE'FLA.Examination DYEING "d
.0 I.t.re.t w.a.r ... ran tr..port. folio rlnjt described real estate situate; in said executed the foregoing Articles of Incorporation. -
t3o. O.r lib...' co.tr.ct .IIow.. .Ia county sad ntflte, to wit:: and who severally acknowledged feo ; 60 feet this being Interpreted REPAIRINGLeave
: y.an to ray o.t Tltlo 80a. at Oasrsto.Go. The Ac-it half of the north half of lot two their plgnatnrea and the exerntton of the fort as meaning beginning on the .north of Titles a Sppcialy.
Sanford El. ." and the north liHlf of lot thret- of bl"'k1". ,g iiug( articles im-orporatl u to be their freeitem Notification and of taxes of
west corner of Hljth: nnd State str'foot.tbe payment
and deed l for the uses and lOnlosttl.ereIninuntltni.d '
'u the went half of the nouth half of lot two mid j ]
the Month, .half. of lot. Iii..... of block \\" mid and expres' exlIn first 100 feet running north were non-residents (given careful word! rt my hUll liE'' and clothes.
\\UtieHt* whereof' IJinve liereunto mImnd will becpl/pcl) and ,
sixty six feet .qttsre off( north end of lot > attention. lor returned.
shoveled by the the next rid I
Modern Home for Sale. three of block .'I. '. ;nil 1 in In'. .. HHR addition j and Hlltxtd tny otllcla) ttHHOat 1 Ki'.slin CIWIIPI.
'to KiKttlmtn e < Ity now th,. pft."er0', lit(0. OM-eola t ountj Stnte 'of Fioritin' on" ihib feet shoveled by the city the followIng
the 1 .thiln'; of JUIM'. A. H tel']J.
TJOBEHT G. JOHNSTON
> Satisfaction
the hfirn of HAid det>fd"'iit. The Intercut of lOt feet shoveled by the owner Guaranteed
No.; 469-New modem 6-room house. Naid minor rvonght to bo oonver.d HB abovementioned (Mini) ROMA THOMASotftrj -..
It c Emmett'street block IN the undivided one-t wtntyfourthof 1'uhllc "tHio' at l l.snge and the last 50 feet by the city.
t located/ on one tin-. whole 21 '.t Mj' comiii.HKloii eiiilrew: )10... 1U. l''jr' .
To correct any mistakes made by (the
t ,\ welt of court house. Electric lights MATTIE A. \MLISON _. ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEKE
u city force a postal card printed f.m
25-lt (Oll"ftll..u.An
4 1 ,... bath. toilet am] lavatory. Lot 147x| this purpose should be cent to each L. COA.LLJSTEeK:1.ss1rn.tnee.s: :

147} feet. Several young orange and Notice of Master's'Sale.Notice owner of the properties : !leaned, giving I FLORIDA : : : :

grapefruit trees in the yard. This OrdinanceAN IK hereby' given; that: under and by. virtue information of locution amount of
of n fliiHl. decree of fo'eeosure) IKHIU, out 7e11 :3Drlller
property it located in the very best ORDINAL; ; Requiring I the Numbering: of Hiid tinder the seal of the <':lrr'uIL.Ilrt of' work done and cost: the owner having, 1.OU1S MASSEY T. PICTON WA' SLOW
of Building" In the ( uy of KinKlmmeo FlorIda. Lat Counsel l for Judge "f the
"resident section of the city, close to the Florida Seventh, I Iti,and. Judicial for Oaccol Circuit* County.of the In Utate Chau of the option of paying lila cost at qnefl!:!:, Florid. R. U. Lornm. Criminal Court is prepared to drillARTESIAN .

courtiiou e, postoffice and business Be It Ordained bv the Council of the. City of eery blttlnu. in a certain cause therein pending or having the same charged t nluxes "
Lt'- KlKMlmraee.. Florida wh r.lu :the Kouthern Drug Manufacturing: :: : These cards are very much appreclated MASSEY/ & WARLOWATTORNEYS )
ection.. Price $3,700. Terms on part. Section 1. That h on ten, *tore. and all other Company In complainant and ft F. lintta In reNpondont. WELLSin
U ,. 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. tiulldiiiKH linen fta dwelling' or pnr) '"8 01 biiftln the. nnuerrilgtieir: ,: HH HpeclKl Master. by owners whose leases call for AND COUNSEI.I.OS
; *Ma which abut on, sIre lots abutting on any III Chancery, u-111 Hull at public outcry.during theirtenants to" clean the sidewalks
of the legMl I hour of sale, before tho court housedoors AT LAW I any section of Florida.
of the Rtrvetrt KlHBtnimef, shall bu number ,
In the city of Klaalninif In saul:: Onueolnount The card used, in In Crosse la as follow .:
ed Its hereinafter prescribed Practice In all the Courts of the "tat. and of \
SoC 2. Un streets blOb Intersect Kmniett <* '"> on Monday, the I let t day of Jutt A. D1'UJ /*: th. United States. also before the Florid Rail- j
Street at right anKles the number' hall the following I described personal property .
run : : road Commission and the interstate <-omm rcCommisakin. :
: from One towards the north and from One towardH now located In Onceola County and, state of La Cross, WIs., -, 191- Ten years ot successful Well

Why 1 fi it necessary for a meat man the .(.nth' ; on streets which itit"rtt ctMam Florida' Dear Sir-You are hereby notified that Drilling is a Guarantee of my I
11-14 CHARUKBTOM BI.IM. ORLANDO.
I Street at right anglea the utunberK lmll All the furniture formerly hi the building In snow ha. been removed by directionof FLA.
to
: Ability
,.\;" to .b. a musician? run from Ou towards tft..t and from One the tow n of Ht. Cloud: OHCHola I County, : Klort the board of public works In accordance M 1 jrrA produce the best .,14
/ toward the welt; on streets which iitteriiotibroad da formerly occupied by the Rt,CI..I. Drug with provisions of city charter a'-* results. ,
way the numbers shall run from One. up.wMrd Company, consistIng of five '6)) .iow ........ o e NDRE\\ JOHNSON _____________ Si
on ",,'h of Mild utreela In oath direction (1 t prescription cane, one ((1)) wrapping, counter ordinance. governing the same from :Jou
from Hroaduay. : on streets which InteracctHtewart one ((1)) Iron Nttfe, two (Jj) post card racks, one walk abutting lot -. Mock -, addition TWO AND FOUR INCH
itvenue at right angles the nunibfmahall (I) Ice cheat, two *2tlioM" of wall helvingM the charge for uoh work amountingto ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
;. run from One upward toward the went ith bagt, two (_', states with weightn, one ((1)I I'--. WELLS A SPECIALTY
and on all other.t..L. tit bkh intersect Hteuart M titer cooler, tuo ((2!I ]leper i "''titters one ((1> Unless this l I. paid by -. 191-. a ape- Will Practice in all Courts -
avenue the number. shall run from One upward now Hatand.TerniH elal) assessment will b. made against the State and federal
from M..uart avenue. In the cane of any 01 stile ctiah P. O,8ox344Ctssimmeo.
street to which the provisions of thin faction. hated )1ay JUt A. D. r12.* : at KiBtdinmeo. property and charged to taxes. Office adjoining Broadway .
do not apply the numbering "hallw aa dlrVft' Florida. All snow and Ice ridges .. well aa Ion. Citizens Bank Kissimmee : : : : OE 'lorldLa
ed by the Street committee 01 the Council In R I.. JOHNH1ON, snow must be removed from sidewalk .
). all caH... the even nnmbera shall be.." the :J--4t Special Mahter. (full width) at once after each and every -- -'

j south and West Hld"a and the odd uumbttr uu snowfall. Band or salt must be used oa r H. JENK1N1 K. B. WOOUIIAM .
the north and east .1<1..1 of the stresS. -
Icy sidewalks Respectfully,
See A The aimoe of Twenty-fUe (W) feet. .
... ; exclusive' Street or alley, In hereby allowedfor No. 472-Truck farm. This property BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. & WOODHAM !i
each number. "nd buUdlDga are to be onto After the cleaning of oil walks gut JENKINS
bered aud assigned their number according/ to; adjoins the city limits just outside, C > jr-
the street on Which they el.lld. but in ra. jpfbuildliifp will! ters should be opened for a width ofat The
where you not have to pay city SURVEYORS Florida ( |
*. or stores or entrance within tnu least twenty-four Inches. Generally ,
aid building standing oioaer, toteih5rtltsnTwenty taxes contains 6i acres fine flowing
banks of hnve aecumulated
five (J6) feet they bail be numberedaocorrttngly. large snow Kissimmee :
; All ; ; well splendid soil and in high state of Florida < For t rltkereupnd. fruit Iro.eJ'1l. For
building and utorea nhall from sidewalks or street car tracks ,
... theIr I 101.. \\ h" sant to know bo"t Flor-
take numbers on the street on whIch are
t their principal fronta. Not more than One cultivation. Can be bought at a bar Where there la a street car track or - I I.IA. \I ,'cOy. '1 11M'' .per year; month
I:So be can. blow7 hit own horn I Hundred number. shall bo allowed,I for each the snow is being removed from the ')". '", ','ml hOc 'or a ten issue trial
L gain price including .present growing
; _________- ____ block N .ubo..r'ptl". S""I'PT. Bright. Cisan. I IOOITIRIE I.
..01,'. .y See 4. All number must be caiiHplcuoUHly crop on easy terms of payment.. We roadway these banks of snow should :...

I" ,. .. ,There never was a dlnpUyed numbering I tiiwardu la made.. the and Hhall street be on either which. on the the will introduce you to the owner and you of course be hauled away while on The Home THE FLORIDA GROWERiorldaA.ne.Ta
streets having tracks where the BOO .
no or
,. better place and never street.butkUiiff itself or at the itSeit. entrance to It on that can deal direct with him. This proper now Is not removed they may be r a. Fla.

,. It. The assignment of nnmt,era ..h.1be ty is desirably located splendid soil anda
in of the
scattered the center
;. will there be, to buy a made under the direction of the Hireet! com roadway
raittf All ovctieri of bulldtugn. within the money maker. The saving In coot of removing loose Bakery Man : .

tender Steak or Chop, 1"0..110"0| of thin chapter floe ttrwted are required 24-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. now from gutters rather than remov- ---.
if they ha>enot already dono .., to uncertain .
and 'all 'm-e-u4 the correct numbers and to display) ----- -- -- lag ice by use of picks Is an item not desires to thank the citizens .

them aa he-elu provided within ten day after to be overlooked. Where and :
Kiesimmee Auto Garage and Machine gutters are visitors for their
the aialgnment 01 their number and all o\\ n- '
; We pride ourselves era of buildings hereafter erected or are now Company has accepted the agency for kept open sudden thaws will find a patience during, the rush for HERB IS A GUARANTEED CURB! I IDon't
in course of "construction and all contractor outlet but if the Is Bread. In future we will I
good gutter not he
disfigured
..
what we sell- hereafter or now erecting. the aame, are re. tha Cartercar, one of the most by. unsightly Goitre on
on quired to aacertaln the correct number of suchbuilding wonder-I opened Ice Is apt to form to a greateror have a larger variety of goodson .your neck that will surely keep increasing In ..Ise"C'h
sell the and display them within ten day ful cars of the age, and will less depth. hand. sad other unpleasant ymptorn. -
.
Wealwnys nor.er"HALL'S
alter completion of the sameBee. days have' a shipment of these cars on
,. 6. The design and material for the num I In cleaning streets and sidewalk Hot Rolls Cream Biscuit OINTMENT"

: I. best. We spare no hers to be displayed .. heroin provided fur hand, which they will take pleasure in now sbovelers should be Instructed In and Bread (white and brown) After IOU Cures h.ve Ooltr.tried to Stay C......
shall b* aelevte l and approved by the Street, 1 everything eM| you have
pains this fact to tell, committee of the tounrll ; all numbers used showing to all. 15-tf 1I I the special Importance of keeping free for Breakfast eyer merit heard of thl.of then you will appreciate the real
aa herein provided for. shall be of like or better all catch basin openings. hydrants and remedy. It U perfectly harmleaa.
Cream Puffi convenient to uw,. does
color
not the skin
material and detdgn Monday and or cause
and that tells all the mall police and fire alarm box_. any discomfort wh.tey.r. and
sec, f. Uboewr violate any provision of New Houses. and w. narantee that
Thursday. oftenerif
thin chapter shall be fined not morn than tvren, | one applIcation w"l"rod.Mor.. Actual Re-
IL rest ty douses or Imprisoned not more than twenty called for. 5Mlt than 5 mon treatment with other
T days We have several desirable-new houses **+++***** ** *< M +* remedy. Don't"upend any more money f..no1'worthless -
1, Bead a first and second time and nnantmoua- under construction which we are offer Also a variety of Cake remedte."Hall's but Se.. SO Cent for 5 Pack-
ly paaaed la open session this :2Ut day of May, for sale. AH of these houses are ; Before ordering. catalog' ace of Olatn.at.-. If you do not
ing
: on'hand at all find It the b..t r ned, of the kind that have
1112.:
II A. U.
:' goods from another 700
4JUL1J.BASS (Hftl) J. )I. HANflELL In desirabU locations. Secure one of I olty try "** ViTi you can return the! Jinpty pae-ka* and
rTMldent of Oounoil.AtUat them for next winter at a lower price your local dealer. He may have time we your money. W. -," : J. R. GILBERT. Clerk.Approedthl. 4 just what want at priossz the.. hsving Lare Ooltrs of Loac Staadlnm
I, than will be asked for them later in the you toiv. thl. *

MRKE1 IJ/;;/', 23rd /Oar of N.K CI ,J'o..A.JSJI. D.AN., 112. season. '-HI) equal, to th. mall ortlor' h..s.'1. I ALFRED SMIUIt CMer remedy remedv will be trial.aunt by Bend a.lL sliver or P.O. w ..

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".A. CARSON; president, C. UKYAN., tiECRETA\C\ "CASTLE'"! -
AN OLD .FRENCH
ELK yiELDS PROFIT .tJ.
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The Waters & Carson Fort Niagara a\. the Mouth of the :,!

Niagara River Has Interesting ,"",.,-
1 History .ORID'OMES7. ,, I y yWe

Claimed' Animals Can Easily Be .', J
I V Buffalo, N. Y...--No place in America ',", ",,"" -
! Grocery Company Raised for Market.Meat possesses more Interesting history .; '--"TI '- -"'""'----" "..

than old Fort Niagara at the mouth of "
J the have for sale a: splendid 20 acre farm about one' mile ,; ; 'r
Niagara The
river of the
-. story '
: -Wholesale and Retail Dealers in"GROCERIES- ,Can Be Produced at L... Cost possession by tbe Indiana! then the I 'from .the county seat; has rich, dark soil,' very productive: :' \.' w ffj

Per po'uni Than Beef, Muttonor French British and Americana each about half in cultivation; new house, :sta.blelsorne fruit planted /" : ,
J. Pork Some In succession.and then by tbe British 3.'.
Suggcatlone out; Splendid proposition. Price $1600: y'1},; .
again
: on Food. and finally by the Americana, j, '""
la intensely Interesting. Many of the I --- .. 1 ,,'

Las Vegas, N. M.-George W. Rues old buildings are till In an excellent BUSBY FARM-Wa also .have in the same ,neighbor ..j ; ''f

I Of Kansas City, Mo.* who bas a herd state of preservation and are' In constant 'hood 20 acres of land: 16 'acres in fine state of cultivation, \
I WE SELL WE BUY ,of about 100 elk_ In the Ocark: .mountains use by the present occupants of I (
. declares that In many parts' of Fort Niagara. The building shown, .In 'fenced and cross fenced, 4 acres hog tight for pasture With ) .,
f.
HAY the United States elk meat can be .the Illustration Is the old French running water; about 1 Ii acres of t bearing;> orange grove;
HIDES 'me.." house or "castle) ," as It la now "
produced at less cost pound than I
per 5 room box house porches; several different out buildings,
called. ,
It was begun by the French ,
beef, mutton or pork. These animals '
O.RAIN r FURS afford a much greater proportion of In 1725 and finished In 1726 It Is ,! chicken bouse, chicken" sheds; 2 grape arbors, lots of 'guavas, )

ERTILIZERS. dressed meat than cattle do. said to, be the oldest existing masonry I peaches Japanese persimmons, plums berries and various ,

WOOL When It comes to clearing out un work west of Albany Its dimensions other fruits fine line of beautiful
live oak
a
SHINGLES ,. derbrush they are more useful than aa planned by the French were 105x47 ; trtm surrounding ,

ORANGE B'OXES A D'I goats They brouse as low as the feet.' The brick used In laying tbe the house also pretty palms nice cedars;, rn&Mglias, and'soft .

goats, and also twice as high He advises maple about the house. About 2 miles from tie center of '\

ORANGE WRAPS ALL using both varieties ,of animals town. This
i place can be purchrsed for $2500 on favprabla -
however, and says that one elk and r
VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY two goats to five acres will eliminate terms of payment. '

the brusnand weeds What Is more, I fiI

I CRATE NAILS PRODUCE brush thus 'cleared stays cleared.It I FLEMING HOME-Contains 5 acres of rich fertile land t
Is asserted that for other reasons ,
no better arrangement can be made IF 6 FFF about:! 40 young citrus fruit' trees besides, peaches, grapes, t'

We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. than to graze a. few elk with sheep different kinds of berries, fine line of ornamental shrubbery .
8 FAt
We 'give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping and goats The elk Is the natural I and nice flowers in the front yard; splendid 6 room hoUse,
enemy of dogs and wolves Mr. HUBS
parties. says he suffered groat depredationson i I porch in front and on one side outbuildings, deep well of pure -

Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. his flocks until be put a few 'elk soft water. This property can be had for $2100. is inside

We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circularand with them. Since then UWre.baB been the city limits t
no loss from that cause A few elk

prices on fertilizers.SUMMER. In a ten-acre pasture will absolutely r sir

protect the flocks therein. Even the We have on North Main St a magnificent home located '
-- Fort
dogs be belonging In the place cold not Niagara. I on 85 by 1 55 feet of ground. 8 room house with 2 bath rooms, 'i", '
Induced
to enter a pasture contaIn- '
main floort Finnoe a
was brought from
ing elk. lots of closets 2 fire places splendid porches out buildings, $
I I and much of the stone for the walls l
The cost of stocking an el*: pre from F'ron1pnaC' is convenient and comfortable. All in first class condition; 4 .

: serve Is, not great says Pnr News It Is the tradition that the "rustle'which garage buggy shed stable wood shed servants house etc; 3 J i
Young elk In
FERTILIZING I perfect condition may be Is '
A very strong building
bought for J100 per bead or less A erected by stratagem A considerable was, nice bearing Orange trees. beautilul shades on all sides of the \ ,]i "

few years ago Mr, Wilson of Ixswls- though not powerful body of French house. This splendid property can be purchased for $500( .. :

Size Quality Early Maturity i I burg Michigan, O, paid breeder$165 recently for three offered head A a troops had arrived at t the point. Theirsforce i i I on favorable terms of paymet. Best reasons for selling.
Inferior
was to the surrounding ,
Send for our latent free book dozen head all fine specimens, but Indians The French obtained con I ,

: age and sex not given, for J500 sent of the Indians to build a wigwam, I COTTAGE HOMEHere we have a very pretty home i I II I '
,
THE GROVE This Is. of low
PAYING
course a price not
more than rattle would bring and and Induced them with some of their I with a beautiful view of the lake 6 nice rooms, 3 porches, .
own officers to engage; in an extensive
,, It tells the HOWS and WHYS interesting to a citrus less than the venison would be worth hunt The materials had been made I house in good condition comfortable pretty yard East front, r'b

grower at this season. It also gives full description of If they could be sold In that lorm. ready and while the Indians were absent I beautiful view of the lake good neighborhood. Price $1500, '
The of such
price stock Is determinedby
the French built the "castle' 'if f
our fine line ofFruit I terms! desired.
the
supply and
demand and as When the
hunting party returned atj
and Vine Foritiulas. long as the present restrictions on the' night the French had advanced sc)i
Bale of deer and elk are maintained, far with tbe I I BROWN FARM-40 of land
I work as to cover their acres a quarter_
Ideal Fertilizers and Ideal Methods have made low prices are likely to prevail. ,
faces and to defend
Live themselves ,: : railway station. 200 yards from school and church;
elk sold
at forced
sale
have
: the banner crops of the State. against the savages; in case of any ;i
been known to net the owners less attack. house: 1 12 or ]14 acres.in cultivation; several ,

WILSON &: TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. than $25 a head but conditions would trees most all excellent citrus fruit land. Prices i>
1 Boon change If the laws concerningthe !I
I Manufacturers of I II sale and shipment of venison GRAPPLING A SAFETY PIN I acre favorable terms of payment.

IDEAL FERTILIZERS were generally made favorable for

I I producing It In preserves The demand How a Physician Removes One From
I In the
Jacksonville. Fla. I same neighborhood we have 71 acres of
for breeding stock would grow the Throat of a
: and Increase the cost of starting as Patient. I yards.from the depot, convenient to school and ; '
I I
well as the returns from the bust acre orange grove. ]12 or 15 acres more cleared and

ness Chicago The modern physician li I plant to oranges. 4 room house stables: excellent
The natural food supply Is an important not obliged to (guess; at wbat Is the
- consideration In choosing a matter with a Man's stomach or his acres of which is fine for citrus fruits, balance lies FLA."i

range for the elk. While elk have bronchial t tubes, If the proper Instru the artesiah belt. excellent for farming and truck\

done well In bluegrass pasture and meets are at his disposal be can see
splendid property has a very bright and
on the prairie grasses alone they do for himself what the trouble Is quite '
S. S: BUZZA & SON far better on preserves which have a as well as If It were on the outer I Price $5.OOO, time on $3OOO if desired. !

variety of food-i-grasses, bushes and surface of the body If his patient ha (

trees. Rough lan<\\/I/ well watered by swallowed a button or a pin! the practitioner We have '
other farms
J ranches
many , orange :
Cement and Concrete streams and having a considerable "can aee just where it Is witha '

t' proportion of forested area are, best simple Instrument, and can have it city; property'for sale Correspondence solicited. .' : : ; '.\ : i

Work of all Kinds adapted' to their wants." under his eye while be Is extracting it : : ) i.

On'an average, such lands will sup Devices by which the interior cav I '
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY port about the same number of elk ties( of the body could be Been were
as of cattle on the same area with Invented If not actually used over a NELSON REALTY COMP

Residence Phone 58! Mabbette Street out Impairing the lange There should century ago but none could be really

Office Phone 132 near Iillinpham; Ave. be thickets for the animals and a successful before tbe Introduction of I Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE
supply of winter foliage of other kinds I the electric light. Now Improvements I I ,

will prevent the too rapid destruction that are really marvelous are In the I'' I
of shrubbery In thickets hands of the better surgeons and the I '

Except in times of snow, elk will
George N. Saunders keep In excellent condition on ordinary ...................................................t.fl..OaftNa...... 4
fl'
grass pasture, but a system or. II IIfP WHAT IT MEANS :
BOAT BUILDERAgent management which regularly furnishes ..
other food to the animals will j Many people do not know what a Bank Capital for,or the difference be- = \i'i
be found better. For winter, bay and i ween a h.hltof, Ifttlv or no capital sod one wlui a Irrge capital. e .
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for "Ferro"and "Eagle" Engine corn fodder furnish excellent forage, A II" K'K CAPITAL AND 8UKPLVBih = '__J..... "
-nt mm Olioll.t fire htl..ullhor- but alfalfa has proved to be the I the fund tb.ll'rotectl the depoaltora from loin, therefore the larger It la th"- =
most greater prote' ''tluu the dtrpoMtora b..e. 1 bi. bank haa a = ,
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA satisfactory dry food that can be Capital ... ... "..." ... ".. .... ".""..IV).000 (HI) := . >,
?.st a.arwtr..aaco..C r.a.aa given to either elk or deer. Mnr lea fund nl t .., . "... ...".". :fl.fioo uoto ,' "
<'klioldern' liability MOUOOti .
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A little oats or corn, whole or chop- i .
ped, may be fed each day Elk are r A total of,,.,. ,. "... .". '.. ,." '127.110000 :'t.:" .1.... '.
fond of corn, and feeding corn and d : ibid me.IIRlb.1 we moat'1125,000.00 "before our depositors. ootiJd leee a i .";: ,
::; : cent Thl protection la lor YOU.
; DOZIER LEITNER'S INSURDNCE E salt affords the best opportunities for :- it :4 y..

: :. :. :. JIEOY winning the confidence of the animals Ii.t: ti IIAJI 5 STATE BANK OF. KISSIMMEE i :" 1' I

and taming them Salt should be .
= -- " The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency in Osceola County furnished liberally to all deer kept in = K.a1HIM Man. Rt.Ora o.., : ; ;, '\ '1
FIRE LIFE Inclosures Running water, although C 'r'l'' l .
ACCIDENT HEALTH
c C A "AKON, JiJHN M. LEE N. 4. CARSON = '" .'
PHONE fly' 3tf not essential la of great importanceIn 5 t'r..hl."t Vlc..Pr..W.ut C..hler = .' .

maintaining elk In good condition -.............a....................................................t '
Elk are not nervous like the common .r..."* I
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1 deer and seldom Jump an or
dinary fence. A fence five feet In ........ ................. .. .;, .:- "

height \Is usually sufficient to confine '
elk, and Henry Binning of t- EMIL IMACH ERNEST MACH > I
Cora Wyo.,
CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE thinks a four-foot woven-wire fence Act Standard Oil (;...,' :' ,. ;

'. Is ample. When they escapp from an II
Organized April 2d, 1910 Inclosure In which they have been fed : MACH: IBIEtOS-

they usually return of their own accord Z
DEPOSITS Some herds may be driven like
""""" : Feedjand
Livery SalefcStable
April :zed 1910, (21; .SOO.OO' ordinary cattle. A small Inclosure fora I .
Dec Jilt' IIUO. 9I2O.244: .43 vicious bull elk should have a Removing a Safety Pin. -
Dec 3l't. ell,.I72.:2602H: fence seven or eight feet high.strong Agt. International Harvesting) Co. o
Interior of tbe esophagus and stom- .
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e To entrust your banking business to us means thatyou will receive ach are easily explored and doctored. Z r, ,
'. aL2.: : :: : ICX3: T3DSEverything HEAVY :HAZ?: :..ING.
every consideration consistent with good sound conservative banking J I Tbe Illustration shows the method of .
SEA GULL CHOKED BY FISH
taking an open safety pin from tbe new and first class. We render prompt and
A. E. DONEGAN.HPresldent.. .. N'. A.JSMITH, Cashier throat of a patient. The ring Is slid satisfactory Z
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service day night
or
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t' Bird Dies While Swallowing Big Sea ,
past the pin, and the pin Is then
., Directors: A. E. Donegan Pres., H./M.| Pfann, let V. P., Base-Yarn la Backed by Picture ,
closed for removal.
.' .. C. W. Dann, 2nd V. P. A. W. Winn, L. H' Cohoon, F. W. Hall, Taken at the Time. : C.4E HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT : ,
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C. D. Carroll. .'
I e, Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113
Mother Dug Grave for Boys. .
York.
New -Several residents of

Bungalow Town at South Beach Staten digging Argo. a Colo grave.-Just for her aa she three finished boys, '.................... ......

Island, are trying the credulity of .
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Mrs Anna Covle was taken in charge n

JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY their friends with the witnessed story of a re-. and sent to tbe County hospital She 1 alt. arAa d $?8, le.lAu6r *__*_*_** I
markable sight they recently
LINCOLN" HULLEY, Ph. D.. Lltt D., LL. D.. President I But they back their with bad borrowed a spade from a neighborand Mu&T Ftf '
yarn a told him she was going to dig a 4 T r dS
THE BEST SCHOOL JSJSSR FOR YOUR CHILDREN photograph.A ;
grave for her children and bury them 4 4 Livery Feed e Stables :
large seagull dived Into the water :
Send Them to Stetson Fall Term Begins: Sept. 28 alive. He watched her until the grave "
hundred feet off the beach, after 4
44 Prof Maun and Instructor College of Liberal Arta a a was ready, And then notified the po '
17 Unrveraltr Buildings Collate*of Law sea baas that rose to the surface. The ; F
28 A.....Campua College of Technology Uce. The woman had dressed the 4 t '1
bass jumping after aa --A KINDS OF HEAVY HAULING 4
MM Student Laat Year Colleve of BuaineaaPreparatory was a smaller fish, boys tor the occasion. 'I ,
*000,000.00 Endowment Academy and rose Just as the gull opened Its II A SPECIALTY ""' '" '
21 UK Normal School : /
Volumes Library
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beak and hit the water. I tW
116,000 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic ArtaSchool "I' ;j'
ldjar.. Laboratorlea for Relenee of M u.le The bass entered the gull's mouth To the Bitter End. I New supply of Agent for rhea .: 7t i f

t Separate U..1IrJ Donailtoriea>aIIMd Ueneral for young Equipment m.* and yommg wo.School..of. Fine CaretBl Arta administration and stuck fast In Its throat. The gull lira. Brown-Jones-Mrs. Smith III opposing Runabout Rubber-tire Queen City Buggies' and i ,":\jk\ '" t. \ ,>,'t
sad tkoro.gk.sp.rvlaloa. Chrlatlaa and not.."t.rl.. teaching.lor rose, flapping its wings wildly, rOBe your nomination bitterly. Can't Buggies Carriages 1"t\ ,\ <...

Cattatloo: or view, for Information. Or for room reservation .dd..... and tell and tried desperately to get .you conciliate her In any way} Phone _'PItOt . '*'I tf
ti JOHN DELAND the flab out of Its mouth. Finally it 'B. A. McADOO' r
B. .
STETSON UNIVERSITY Mr* Smith-It is impossible. Twen < 199 ''' 'J: ''
FLORIDA I fell. on the beach, choked to L ; ::
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death ty-four yean ago 1 said that her babjraa 'JiJ; 9.JV' ''It '

'JHI/, ,, "'I T t' .. h .a"f...7.. with. th!; bass' till, wriggling. In', ,IU.I I'ma. /email tor: lu age,-lUrr r-g Maga, "' .' rvrrQ.'Pr-tP atF R'4'v! ---' r.1Frvr'! "'IIII"' ,' _. ._ \ )Jl'p }

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144.17: 111. 19 Ollr 161. a.r.i.: 'yl\ -Soml..oll. Laud aI '.. ,. Bemlnole Iny Land. . . 1-20 DI"2' 2 ... . . , . ... .1. . . . Unknown . .. . 1.42 I.i
t' . .1.11 20 . . .. . . . i Co. 4109 '
} Jil< 20 . j ., .. . . Lola .1. 10, 21. 22. 28 BIk 278. . 14emloolo I Land .
t I Loti! 2. a. 4. T. 8 Dill 184r.u . . . . . Somoln.4Lcnd a All Bill : 111k1 . . . . .. . .. .. .. . "UnklO"O 1. II ; '. ,' Inv Co.. . .. '. '" w'1,:

h luyCo..20.Tf tomlnote .Lai . 1414 I 6od 2 131k 218 :. .1. . . . i I Farnto. Q .. v''' (
Lot 13 1\111 162 4 . . . .. :. . . . . . 81D1tb. L v. . . iw4tl 1.1. II 2, I. 4. 6. 7 10. 11, 12. 13. 111, 11 00.83 Imo 3 and 4 Bit :na . .. ... . . . . Blalch, A M ..... J'J: 'T
I ',is Jgla I,. 2. a. .. S, IIJ, T,: II, 8. 14 21 BIlE 188. lIemlool: L.nl ar 10. 10, 2. oh( 2248.. . . . . . . Seminole L.od alav I.t 273 .. . I' 41 '
1 ." Lot I InvCo..7 Ca. . . . .18,112, 23. 2. i/.x., . . . . demlooieTLind, \
I 10 I1IIe loa .. w.". I1J E. . . 'U tole 0, T. 814 If 12L It, 18, 16. 17. 13.0 . . 4.38 '
21
t.ta 8 16.10 20.. 22.48. 21 11. 11. eroCo. .
'' k611 111. III, o. 3. 21 L0o 1 2. 8. U. U. 16. 1819. .
. . 21. BIl 223..1 k 1. 1' - 'I
Land
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,' . L.ol av ; Seminole
.H..t. t'lemloollto :l0. 2 2. B.1e. 2711. . . 8 I 00
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. 30.48 01
r. .v> :" Iov CO . . . 804241 'Lots 10. Co.. a.. '
8 4. 7., 8. IG, 20, 21, 123. 24 r Co. . 20.2 1 .
'. Jola' t, !5 1 10. 10. 20, 21, 22. $3. 2. 22. . . . . .18. . . ... . lot 0 II" 2111 .. . . . ... . Unknown . . 4.73
.' Bile ,icd .. . . . . ... . . . . . . SOlllluolo I..nd a BlE Seminole Land a Lot 0 :275 .. . ... . . . ... .nH.. r.. Unknown .. .. . . ., .78
.
: .1. . . 2e .69Laod 224 . . . . . . . . Inv Co.. . 2187 Lot 10 Blk 21G : . . .. Unknown ."
r7 ,N Aob 4. 11., 4. 22, .2.1.U: 0111 168.. . ... . ... 8eImleoCo a Lol.1.1.11.18.10 8. 4. IIIe, 19. 20. 23, 2t l..onlLe,, J 8. . 1..11. 21, 22. 23 BIt27t1 ... . . .. ... 1.78 : { ,
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lQy Co . . . . 13.11:1: .1. lJ 011 12 Se"n Ld lay L .. .1.\\
6.87
J 41418 Io 2. 3. 1 S. O. 1. 8. 10. 20. 21. 22. . . . Co. . 13.lf Lot 1 Bile 278 ... . . . . . . . . o.
24 BIk Lot 11 nlk 221 . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.78 .
'1\, 23, lv7 . . . . . . 1 . . . . 80mlno.. Land a IA.t 12 Hk 2/\/ . . ... . . . . . ... . . Uokno..o .... . 1.0 Lot 13 BIIli: .. . . . . 7 . . . . . Bemlnole Land a (f4
Inv .Cdr . . . 21.28: . . . . . . Unknown 1.1 '.
t''t'{. .AU lUll lea . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 8elulnole I..nd lA"Lots 1! Ilk 2:1. 13., 1..Blk 227 .. .. . . ... . Sominolo Duol.p G H. ... 1.1 Lot I 81.. 271 . . . . . . .. . .. . Dunn lily, B Co.A.. . .. ... .. 1:03:

.i . 3:1.\: : 1. Lang Lot 12 \ . . . ... . . . . . . .
( Get 8 Bllr 160 ... . . . . . . . . . . . Ele'I:: olo'i.id.; A. lily Co . . : . 1.1a Jlk Unknown . . .. 18
lot I Ilk 227 . . . . . . . . . ... . . . 1.67Beb LA.t. II 2744. ... . . . . . . . . . . A. . 1
I I ..' Iny Co. . . . 1.1 All : . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'la' .1. ... : . . . 3r"nnert I'JI
) '; Luti 23 and 2. hlk 1611. . .. . . . . . {'.hr4n 0"0 W. 6.1111 Jlk l21 Land k :8 ,: : :: : : : :::.: :: : .': Unknown : : : : : : : :

y 7'':}h.Lotti. 7 and fj 11I11 170 . 0//. . .. . : . . Hantoch A ... . . 4,29r : Lola 13 U 220 . . . . . . . . yet . . . . 27.M Lot 1 lkOJr.l.S . . . . . . . . . . . Dunlap D . . 1:7
JI< ,' .Lot 19 tIle 17U . . . . . . . . . . ... Unknown . . . .1:17: aol 111 Seminole L.nd aLot lot . . . . . . . . . ... .
Lot 20 nllt 170 . . . . . . . . . . Inv Co . . . 2.36 .r. Land 8.
t ,, Unknown . . 157k . . .
. .. . . . . . .
I .
I :, .j dot 7.Ulle. 112 . . . . . . .. . . . . . tlp.m'hlOl.. Land a4Got Lot. 2 Jk 2:1 221 . . . .. .. . . . . . . Unknown .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 126 Lot 5 Blt 2RI .. . . . . . . . . . . Her'o' 8 .. .. .. 141 1.11
Inv Cn. . . . 1,50n : Ilk Unknown 1 lot . . . . . . . .
>If' 0. . 230 . . . . . . . . 1 lilt 2H2 . . . . .
" "t, .Ton..r . . 1.211 Lad t 2 2M2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
I.t .
Unknown . . .
lot 18111k 112 . . . . . . . . . . . \.. 1t'lddrrapnon, R O. 1. 21\ Lot. 1 nlk 280 . . . . . . . . . . . Iny Co... .. .. .. .. ... 3.1/. Lot 22 llk I" 2112 . . . . . . . . . . ? Unknown . ... . 142 .
Lot 1. utk 17l: . . . . . . . . . . ,.. Unkoowotut
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I WldderxpnonMary 1.26 lot2111k2:144.: : . . . . . . . . . . Lot K . . . . . . . . . .
Lot 8 11111 111; . . . . . . . . . . \'nkno'n . . . 1. \ 1' Unkno..n . . . 1.16:. lot : . . . . . . ... ? ? Whitman I C. 1.42
l . . . . . .. . . . . 10 141k 244:4 . . . . Unknown . . .
. .
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1' Lot 6 UIII l1a . . . . . . . .. . . : . . . 144:3 I 11:2ao Unknown ;
l'nkn"'n 121 . . . . 1.2
i1 I.nt : . . . . . . . . . . . lot. 13 141k'244a . . . . . . Unknown . . . .
i. Leta G. 6. fI, III Blk 17. . . . . . . . . 8emlnoln. Land a Iota U, 13. 2:1 16. 10. :W. 28 BIk. 231. . I I. a Ldt H lll 2443.. . . . . . . . . . . Unknown .. . . 1.42
'J let Co. 3.95 I. H..ror. : Lad .. . . . . . .
Lot 17 2"a . . .
; Out II .lie 174 . . . . . : . . . . . : :. : : : : : : Co .0. . 6.3/\/ Ilk Unknown . . . 1.2'
Uoknowo 1.20 1.01 k 2H: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lot 18 2M3 . . . . . . . . . Unknown '
,. : . Loo 8 and 23 nlil 17:1: . . . . . . . ? 8emlnoln Lied a IAt I J 2:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Lola.' I. 2. 6 Bll 264 . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land a 1.1 I

': Lot 11 Rile IT6 . . . . ., . . . . . . Unlowc..o.; : : : : : : : 2,36: 1..181 1 and II Ilk 2:1 . . . . . . . 8.ollb.Bmory. J . . . 2.1'. toy Co. . . . 4.69 '
1.20 and 22 : . . . . . . . . . . . I..t ::1 11111 264' . . . . . . . . . . . . Barrlno. C . .
Lot 12 Ilk 178 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I..t. llk 2:1 Emery. A. 2.08BelolvoCo. 8 1.42
Unknown 1.:11I: Iut.1T. '. ;21 : . . .. . . . . Lot lilt 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown .
.. Ulle 118. . . . . . . . . . . I' 111 t' 1.4a
.. .ot,17 11nkno..n . . . 1.28 Ld J.ot 10 lilt 28. . . . . . . . . . B'L.
.4 lot; 18 IIIII' 116 . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . 3.1 Mcl.ulblln. 1.2
Unknown 1,26 18 Ulle .
/ 't 2H4 .
2:12: . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lot 1 < . . 2UI..t Terbl A L . .
Lot 10 tIle 118 . . . . . . . . . . . 'Unknown . . 11 Unknown 1 8' 87 810 1.2
,
.:. ; 1.211 ( za2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lote I. 2. a. 4. 18,1416,
'" '..,.. Lob a, 4. 7 Blk 117 . . . . . . . . . 8emlnoln Lend a lot I Jk 2:12 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Unkn"wo . . . 1.26 11,18.19 Bit ;285; :. . .. . . . . . . . Seminole Land

': f '1 f/ 'r ; CoH. . . . A.15 'I Lot 10 Bill . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26I. Inv Co. . . .. 13.01Bit
l..ota 23 and 24 81k IT7 . . UnIkvno 2.011 2:2 . . . . . . . . . Iota 10. 1 I. 12. 13. 1.. 111. 21
SAr ii- Lot 17 I1IIe 178 . . . . . . . . . . . .H.. . . 1.211 I.rt I.ol. 1.1 1.: 2.Blk 5. U.:! 1" DIk. 233. . . . . . . Unknowo. . .. 1.26 I.216 . . . . . . . . . . .II. .. Semlool..
. . . . SemIDo. band a A
? : Lot 18 Rik 11K . . . . . . . t'nknowD . . . L20 'Lad

.t', ( ''I Lot U 11111 110 . . . . . . . . . . . . .1'I..mlnolo' I.alld aI 4 23:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . Iny, Co Mr .I.. .. .. .. .. ..711I..t Lot 1 Ilk 2R6 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Iny Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8.28 .

I I In y ( .0. . . I. 1\7 I.nt 10 Bk 2IS: ; . . . . . . . . . . . Rae. . J211 trot 2 Ilk 28t . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2'
Unknown .
l.ot 31111I 11A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 B 11,44. 1 . 1.28
'Takn..n 1..T .cd 231 . . . . . . ... I..l N . . . . . . . . . . L
I I" lot4lilt179 . . . . ? . . . . . . Unknown . . . I.lTI' : . 11 21 Ilk Samtoulr I.and". . 2.38 lint 18 Ik 2HI . . .. .. . . . . . . Davl.R.rlon. \ .. 1.26
,I. Lo" 13 and It Blk 1140 . . . . . . . . 8'TI: .. .: Le od A Lot 6 RII 2:14 . . . . . . . . . . . . Rrenn.rl Iny Co. A . . 1.26 Iota., I. 5. 7. M. 9. 10. 13. 1.. 17. C 1.28

i 1'1 11.1'/1 . . . . . . . . . . 1s, 10. 20.H: 287. . . . . . .
R.i'l I..t III Mlk 2:14: . Ilk
Lot JI 1111 111k 1"0 . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . BI' wn. J K. 12U 8emlool" Land A
: TTnkno'n 1./\1/ . . . . . . ... . . .
. lot 21 HII . . .
< . .
. . . . . . . . . 2:4 Unknown Iny Co. . . 13,66
. .
Lot 0 IlIk 1440 J2U
I' Unkn".n 1./\1/ Lou, 2. 3. 4 0. 10. 23, Lot 22 lilt 2H7 . . . . . . . . . . . ...
1 lot 1:1: 11I111111) . . . . . . . . . . ? Dnnlal'. I: R. . 1.\1(\ .:24! 2M . .". . . . .I.. .1.. .13. . Sen4lool Iota.. 1. 2. 4. I. 10. 18. 111. 20. 21 Bit 288. 8qro. I ..a. 19.81

:I' Leta 8.11.12 BII' lHI . . . . . . . . H'mln..lp Land A DIE Land"I Iny Lani ,
l.v Co. .
Inv tot 16 11I1 . . . .. . . . . . .. . . 1,(.1 ft Ilk 281\ . . . . . .. . .. . . IIoknowa .. . . TpltLille
/ ,\ l..ot 3 111I 1/11 . . . . . . . . . . . . Durnrit, o.r..li : : :4 asrA lot. 10 111k I 2111:1 . . . . . . . . . . Unkno.n J .W. . I I I. : 1:1. 14. 21. 22 Bill 211 . . . . Semlno'' I.nd ... 1.26

J 1 l.ot 16 . . . . . . . . . . . It.arrw. II 11. . 2J: I lot 20 . .. . . Unknown lp.rloK. . . . 1.21 Joy Co. . , ,
4 ,. J.. I04 1$ 11111111\1. . . . . . . . . . . . . j Rhoda. W II . I.ot Ilk Bil': . . . . . . ..,. . . I.and aLul J 21 I." (I. 7. 8. 1. 12. 13. H. 20. 21 Bit 20 Bemlnolr Land a 6.60
Lola 13. 111.0.: 2:1.: ::14 BIlE 182. . . . . II"'J H'mln.l.
\!, Hrmlnulr& Leod Jat Iny Co. . . . Iny Co. . . . .
';IJ Inn 1'n" . . . i .14X 21 Rlk . . . . . . . . . . . . . JI Lo'" R. I. 13. 1:1.: 16. 10. 20. 23 7.0
; i44t 211111 4 . . . . . . . . . Rlelr EM. . 1.1' ., : 2t. . . . . . . . . . . . . Hem4nl Unknown I I..o Leod. aI. 1.21 lilt 201 . . . I.. . . .. . . . . . Semlool find
Ilk a
6,2 2:1
Y Cob 8. 15. 2. BII 11" . . . . . . . ,
: Hru11n141r& Lend AI . . . .
Iny .
I i fl, .' I'4) . . . 10\11. .... . . . . . . . : . . . . . lay.. Co.. A. . .. 1"7 Lilt I Ilk 21t . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Co... . .. .. .. 8.28
I ""I) l.ot 6 lilt ]kin . . . . . . Reny .J 11 I. . . 2. ..... Illk 2:7 1 rp.. l. . . . 1:1I. / Lot 2 II : . . . . . . . . . . .. Unknown . 1.28
I r r Lot 7. 8. 11 12. 1516,10: 2021. 22. .., Ilk 2:7 . ..n. . . . . . . . . . . Uokno'n n . . . Lnt. 4 Ilk 211 . . . . . . . . . . . Milburn. Wm... 1,26
( 28. 2. JIll 1M . . . . . . . . . . . iilnnlr' .: Lnnd A I..., .:I I Ilk. I. III. 214. :I. 22 DI 238 . . Brmin, ." Land a 1/1 Lilt Ik 2\1 . . . . . . . . . . . Np..m.n..1",.. . 1.2"
I ti7 . . : 444 . Lilt. . . . 128
It 1 ) 1'11. :11I. . . A.aO 2\ .
..l Lot //\.lIlk. 111/\/ . . . . . . . . . . . "nk""o, :\ 11": I I. 2. 0. 7. J I 4 k 2aO . . . . Sen.innlr Inv (l( Land a. I..I I. Ilk 12. 43. is'io: i920.2a Unknown . . 126

3 .,f Lilt 41 0Itlk 1I441: . . . . . . . . . . . . "k"",, u . ;1." I.I : 111 for Co.. . . . 0.0 Ilk :1(: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mlnolp (..4141 a
. . . . . . . . . . . . .
( f lot l / r.el..lln". t. A IP 4 142 1. 1:1.1 : !H. 21. 22 Ik 241. Srmlunlr Land. & Inv Co. . . . .
LoI 3. 1. 7. k. 10. 11. 12. 13. .14. 15: 16. 1..1 : Cu.. . . . 10./6( I.., H Jlk 2:42: . . . . . . . . . . . unknown . . 0./8
J !I.' 2. Ulk 1146 . . . . . . . . . . . . "rmln"I,' Land Slot. Lul4, I 2. 0. I f. 1 12. 20. 21. 22 Bll IlY I., IH Ilk 292 . . . . . . . . . .nkn..n . .
III' 1'0 . 111.1'J I . .I.. . . . I . . . . . . . . H"II"' I.ond A 1.1. 5. .. Ilk 29,1:., . . . . . . . . 0 Land 'k; 1.2
1. 2. 4. r.. R, 1112. 21). 21, 22 BIll :1 : : :.. . . . ::0.

, IM7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1<,'mlo"I, Land A Lot. 2ISIk/ 2 2. . . . . . . . . . Duxmrd.for 4 . . 2(4.27 2.a. 1,141, 1'1' Ilk 2\1 . . . . . . . . . . 8PrI .. .. .. .. .. ... 3.95
9'' J ' 10.. '14 tI 144i Lilt, .. 1 I I5. 111. 2". Z3. 24 1 1,141., 291 . . . . .... . . Hrmlnnlr. 8. 1. 2e
'. LolA (1. I). 10. 15 IIlk 11111 . . . . . . hru4unb,, Land Ar 1 ::1 .II. . :. . . . . 11.. . . . . . . Hrnlnulr I..nd Al.l I Il. Ilk Inv Co.Land. . . .
i r Ins ', 16 74r4 Ilk . . . 20.27 ;, . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 3.15
2\4 .
lot 13 IIIIe 1446 . . . . . . . . . . . . ,I'nkoosrlo- 4 H . . . . . . . .. ( Inn .0.Ir. A. . : 1,1 :::Ilk . . . . . . . . . . . "k".n.81. B. . 1.28
s 1\, lot H. IIIk 11111 . . . . . . . . . . . n . 4 46 rI. Il 11 Ilk.1 21. . . . . . . . . I'nrk : I I. C. 2.:1 1.1..'_ : 4.I. In. 12. 13. U. 18. " 1 26
I' lot III IIIk INN .oO. . . . Unnkknonw14x.n 4 46 .., ,. 4., 1$. I".Ilk 21 15; 16. iO. 20. 22. 1IIIJI.I. \ I 2\;. . . .1.. . . . . . . 1. . R'mlnul..
1, 1 Lot 17 IIIk 1'8 . . . . . . . . . . . How/1414141/ land Awr I"2:1: :: Hlk 211 1.. :. . . . . . . . . . Seminnl. Lend & : Ilk Inv Co.I.and, . . .a.
I .
his '.. . 14 74 . . . 26.443 10.81
I.ol
f f lot 11nlk 1811 . . , . . . . . . . . t'nknewtt . . 4 inn 215 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv 0.I.and. 104.:: :!l ,l0 I11k I 1(4( 295 Inn Boil; Iota 13: .1... 5. 1.1".1". E . . 1.28

. J.ot III Ilik IHk . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . 4 4(1( \1 Jk S-nln"I' . . .6. :.1..78I. 2116 . . . . . . . . .
; l'I! fI' /'Ibt 21 JIIk 114" . . . . . . . . . . Uullhrr'. f I' . 4.40 Lola ::1. 4. r. 8. 11. 12. I ;.. 16. 1. 20. 21. 1\.21.2: Ilk ".mlno' Land a

4 ,I'' I""" 41'4'SIkIIMI 12. 15. III. 10. 20. 21. 22. 22. 2::. :! lilt 241 . . . . . . . . . Hrn4lnuir' l.and & Lot 2ua . . . . . . . . . . . 11.67
:;
. . . . . . . . . . : II Ilk 1..11 .. k i 'r'
t t 28. 8rmlnnlo Land A Inv. Co. . . . 27.0 Lola In. 13 81k 297 . . . . . . . lr 1.26
. . . . . :
} ( Inv 1'11. . . 11 1(4 1.14144, I sod 2 816 . . . Il .ywm$1 W. 4. 20 f..mln.I. L aod

',iota 1'1' fad 111 mk 1110 . . . . . . . . "nkoo"n. x.46 Lola I. .1 Ilk. n.: H. 15. 17. 18. 10. 2 \eo lot II141k2347 . . . . . . . . . .. . . , 3.03
4 Lola 8 4. 1, H. O. 13. 14. 10. 20 Bill 100. . H.minnlr I.An'l Ay Ilk ::17 I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Srudnulr Lend a Lola.' lG end 1'1' Ilk 20R . . . . . . . . 8min1f1n1.: ': : 1.26
Inv 4'1 . . . 0.16s Inv t'0. . . . :20.27 A

i .I..t 111 lilt lf1n) . . . . . . . . . . lI nr"rd. M I .I.41t 2 Blk 247 . . . . . . . . . . . . Hlxh '. 4; D . . : lot I ISIk 21,1\ . . . . . . . . .. . . lav C.. . . . 2.36
Lola 1. 21. 22 Blk un . . . . . . . . Hrmlnnlr l.an.1. Ar 1.1"8 . . . . . :. . .. . . . Rlandrrw) N. . . 2.:1 lot I I . . . . . . . . . . . I'nkn"'n . . 1.2glot
\I Inv Co. . . . 7.06 1. Ilk 24 . . . . . . :111I.t Ilk .:iH . . . . . . . . . . ( .IS' H.
7 :247.! 2 'hun'hii.
I: 1. .
Itadwcil .
: n" 1 24
X Tot. 2 1111 IIH . . . . . . . . . . . . T'nkno'n . . . 2.h1 Ilk. 11. 11. 13: 13. 4.21 lot 111k. 29Y\ . . . . . . . . . ( .
3 JIll 11I1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . N., .' 1 : I. 1" 7. 12. 1 :! : : : : : : :
i lot < Tana" M 1 C. 2 11. ". 19. 21. 22. 23. R" Iut 2a . . . . . . . . . . . .ku." :
!<' 1t. n and 6 811< 1111 . . . . . . . . Reliln6or. II . . 0.77 21. 11 8elln.le Land. . 8.Iola 28.37Unknown Lot 2. Ilk 2Ul . . . . . . . . . . . "nkno..n . . . 1:1.

riot 12 mk lAI . . . . . . . . . . . /IOrl."n. Mr. 1M. 2.X5 H, II, 1IIIk 241 . . . . . . . . . Inv Ca.. . . .. 41.21 I.nt 10 BIk al">. . . . . . . . . . . . 1'nknnw'u . . 1.26
. . .
Iota 28 and 2. Rlk 101 . . . . T'nkno\\'n . . . 5.20 14. 17. 18. 21. Hrmlnulr Land a.

I \ ILfMw II and 6 mk 102 . . . ; . . . . . S.mlnolp Land at 1.141.2 1. 2. 249' (I.. .0.. .11.. . 13.. . . . . . . . Land aLola lot 7 DIk. ::110 . . . . . . . . . . . Iny''1.14. . . Jre
Iny ('0. . . . //1.1\11 : Ilk oto. . . . . . . . . . . A I..s.n" r. P.
. . Lot R . .
tot 4 11111 102 . . . . . . . . . . . . creed I. R. . . 2.445 wild 18 Itlk 249 . . . . . . . . H.rI] C C. . ..I.. 26.0 4 l.t II Ik .11.::11", . . . . . . . . . . . . nr. .J M.(. . 1.
t' . . . . . . . . . .
Iot 21 1111 1112 ; . . l.anr. E M . . 44,61 ,. 1, Lob 21 and 22 \1 I.nkn".. . . . 26
Lot 22 II1111A2 . . . . . . A .1. . . 2.8; I. 1" inc and BI2M Lot. 21 DIk. .1Do . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Morey . . .
,Lota 1. 2. 18. 14. 11. 18. 21. 22, 23. 24 . . . . . . . . .. . . . Bemlnolr' Laod aLot Lmla. 6. 0. lt 11. U. 21 131k 801. . . . 'urJp";,...1 17. . . 1 28

jBile 193 . . ... ., . . . . . . . . .. l'I..mlnolp' Lend aLob Inv Co. . . 26.67 H..ln. Land a(4t
. . . . . . . . . . '
.. . 1 1(18 21,0 U Il . . : . . . . . . . . . . ( "' 6.58
:, ; 21.8H Wlt'r. 2.i r. 3141 .
'tf 1718. 10..20 Blk 10. : 't { Beminol.gi.and & I..t Jlk ? Hiburn. CD. Lot 13 k :1" . . . . . . . . . . . .
th II
,. '", ,' . Lot. 20 Ik 250 . . .. 9.. . 11. . 17,18y Couotr1ml. D F. 2.11 lot. 13 Ik2: . . . . . . . . . . . NI..h"' C ( .. 1:l
'"i"f' { "rUnknowno. 8.445v lute I. 8. 4. 6. 10. . .. . . . .
tub 13 and 14 151k 10. . (. . I I . . . . : I. (I..t I. al2 .. . . .
. .
; ? Loh 4 and 12 011 I..l . i. 8..minnl" I.aod a 19. 20111k. 211 .A.q.-/.r, [ . lemlnol" Lad a I..l Ilk :'"2 . . . . .. ti'1' ,. 441 Tinko4welot . . 1.Y8
,105), )J' .4,4. : '" . 23.48lot 11 362 } . . .
.. , i : . . . . 1 .
,, \4i.\\; loy' Co. . . . , ::40:1: Lot 1 2111' . . .4i. tV 4 .1 ; 'I", ;,,. (.' Unknown . . . 2.446 IJ nlk : . . V Unknown . . . 126
.
', Lot 15 Bllt 11111 . . . : . \ . Barr. C I'J ;.,,. . 1.7a : Ilk .\j.\\ f ,, l.t,2. :11: : . . 1.21
i.rte1 .
. . . . ... . . . . . Ilk 2.H' } (l'M1iJ4: : .1.d.; : / ':, Unknown 2.06 I.t 1 Ilik ::11 . .. . r. I'nkno..n .h 126
Lot ie 111k 105. Unknown . . . 1.7t: Lot. 15 ': . . . . .. . . I'l' ; Unknown . .. 2.00 : . ,1. .
. . . . . . . . . . . 211. l.t lilt :.1nl: ;4 + H ...
Lot IT IIIk 105 unknown . . . 1.7.1 I..t 16 .. . . . . . . . Unknown 1,17 . . .
J Lot 24 Rlk 105 . . . . . . . . . . : . Morrl ..n. If M. 1.1\: Loa 1. Ilk:!. G.21,1 12. 2:12: Semlnol Land.. .. 2.0 l..ot 21 .nd 21 lilt 30. : .H.t'ml' 'H lnkno..n L.nd .a .21 ..

All Bill 168.\ . . . . . . . . . . . . fI..mln..I.I.and a 1. 1 Bk lily Lo. . . . 0.12 lo. . . 2.86 -
1.0" 1:1: and 14m k 301 . .
. . . . . . . . . . c8"c' -
Inv Co. 23.61Lot \ 4 II Ill( 25\:\ n.wer,
.1.1. 8eminnl' band aIov . 2.06
,I 8 BIk.. 107 . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole I.and a I. . . . '1.05:; I..I 14, 11. I". 21. 22. 23 Hrminoln I.ad"

Inv I ('0. . . . 1 12 . . . . . . . . . . Ca.. ;
Lilt . . .
Unknown . . . . . . .
Lot. II and 4 nil 1117 . . . . . . . . . I'uknowo . . . 2.37:! II 12.Ilk 2:3 H. 2: . . . . . . 44eminolr land a 1117I..r I.. : ar'54' .Ik :8(1.5. l'olo..co.: : : : : : : g :
II Ilk ( : r.. 1. R. 10, 17, IS. 21.
. . . . . . . . . &
Lob 1 and 2 01. 108 flPlnlno' laud A ..1 I.
Inv Co. . . . .16
. . . .
Ilik . . . . . . . .
Joy (" 0. . . . 2.:111: Lilt 7 1(1k. 254 . . . . . . . . . . . eM. . 1.42 : :11 Rrminnln Land a
I .. Lot 8 BII 1011 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unkn..n . . 1.W: Lot 14 254 . . . . . . . . . . . Il"yn..I. . . . .
1' I LLotot. e 71k 1\)11 Logan R 0 . . 1. 26 1..1., 1 Jlk:. H. II BIt 25 . . . . . . . Semln.le Lad a 1.2 iota. I, 1. 1: 1, 22. 2:1.: 24 Bk 3417. . HpI'o'i i"i' 1.4

( .llio. ... .14. ,: .15..18..1.7..1.8.. : . . . . . :. .IY..22. .: . . S..mlool.. Land A l.t 17 RlI 21 . . . . . . . . . . .. Unknown Iny Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4.50 lot. '0 Bit :11 . . . . . . . . . . . Rrmlnolr land. . ." 6.38

r Iny Co, . . . A.OII and : < 26: . . . . . . . . 1.2 Co. . . .. I
L..aIn
Seminole . . . . . 1,51
1.1. . . . . ,
2f :: Jll :
Lot 1 Rile 1011 . . . . . . . . . . . . UnknoW1l . . . 1.1I:! . . 1.,1" 1117 :
Iny Co. 2.311 .
Mh 'Lot 2 11111 IliA. . . . . . . . . . . . Unkno..n . 1. 211 ( 1\ RIll . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . .:. 1.26 Lute' I 1(1k ::10. . . . . . ? ": R : : :::. : : 1.26IANM :
''i.i r lot 21 BIlE 1\10 . . . . . . . . . . . . "'oodpo. C M. . 1.211 1..1 D 2:11/ . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 17. IH Klk :.1)8( . . . . . . . Remlnol. land a 2:1

.A4'] . Iota II and 14 Bile 200 . . . . . . . . Reminol.' Land aInv Lot., 10 III' 2541 . . . . . . .. .. . Unknown . . . 1.26 f40 ISIk . . . . . . . . . . . . Iny Co. . . ... a.l
. . . . . . . . aiN
CO. 2,30vat. Lot 21 RI1I . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Blum.. Haggle
7 and 8 11111 200 . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 2.1)/1 lot 2. nil ZI6 . . . . . . . . . . . UnkDowo . . . 1416. 2: and 24 1111 :fl. . . . . . . . 8urkm..t..r.. R 2.1,24IoM
**Jk.i . . . . . . . . . f 1.:6 2. 4. 2 22. 23. 2. BU A '
. .
1 4, Lot Ie 11111 200 .1 Un1lno..o 1.26 Iota I. 2. e. 18. 10. 2,21, 23 BIk I. 11.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lots o. e, 8. 10,. 22 011, 201. . . . . . . Seminole t..od a 2:7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Seminole Land's ::1(1 Seminole Laud A

Jff .', Lot I Blk 201 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unl Iny known co. .. .. .. .. .. .. .1..76 26 Lot R RIk ?57 . . : . . . . . . . . .. toy .to.. A. .. .. .. .. 8.20 26 1.,1 U elk :t10 . . . . . . . .. . . . ; : : : : : : : f: =
. . . .
... Lot 2 BI1I 201 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unkoo..a . . 1.211 lot. 1/\/ 251 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown M.'b. . . . 1 28 lot I nil 310 . .. . . . . U'owc..o . . .
f' Lot 8 Bllr 201 . .. . . . . . . . . . Callender.B F. . 1.211 Lot 16 Ilk . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . .. I 1..11( 2.6. I 8k 312 . . . . . . . . A 1.28
.. :: 01.tOl. / . . . ; . . . . .. Uoknown . . . 1.26 lAta 1. 2. 9.217 II. U. 11. 10. 23 BI, Bemlnolr a 126 .od, , 8.0
.LoM19 2. 2" Lots 8. : IS U nilE 813. ? "
Lad 1. 2. 4. O. 11. 1:1. ,
.t" 12, 14,
8, 10, 21, 22. 2. BII Iny . . . I. lnl iaod
_ . 202 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8..mloolp I..od a Lot 18 2i1 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown;0. . . . 7.0 :.. . .. 8.11
r .'" Jov Co. . . . 1.8 Jlk. I. Lit . . . . Bemlnolr. .. 1.' 7 Ilk :1. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Lan4

Lots 1 2. II. II, 10 U. 18. 18. 10, 21, 23 L 1 2' 8 l.d. . . . Iny Co .
v Bill 1103, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emlool. Land aIov Lot 7 13111259(\ . . . . . . . . . . . . In Co.W W. . '1..18 26 I.t 0 nlk 31 . 1. . . . .. . Un1lno.. .. 1,56tuts
1.26
; Co. . . . II.RII 1..1 H 2ln . . . . . . . . . K..nn4Y. D E. . 10. 11. 1. B." 31:1: . . . . Land '! .

;. Lot S 0111 203 . . . . Uollno..o . . . I .20 Lot 17 I" .. . . ... Mlchpll. . . . 1:6. In. Co.. . . 1
Lo. I. 2. 4. 6. 8,11. 10, 13. 14 l6, 18,111, JIIE. 2111. 10. 11. 13.. 14, 19, :1. 23 !' fmt 7 9144 I .3 iir > Unknown .. . . '4.1f

: 20. 22. 24 nile ;;:0. . . . . . . . . . Semlool.lilt Co.Land. . . .a. .1 llk I 210 . . . . . . . . . . . . . : SemInole Land a 141(44 elk 5 318 6 .7. ,. .8,18. . .,. .,. .: . .9:21:. . :. . 1.2
lI.fT Iov . . . Bemloola iaod a
t.' Lot 15 Rlk 204 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1 .28 lot 15 BIk 260 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Co... . . . 0.011 Inn: Co. '
Lot IT Bik 204. . . . ... .. ... Unknown . . . 1.211 I.t 17 lilt 2110 . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26Bemlnole 1.26 1",1 144 1/\/ III"and RI8 III Blk. . 818. . .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. ..1./. .. . Unkoo..n . . . t. ,
.
2011. Bit 261 . . . . l.t 2.0
t. Lob II 2. .
: .f'; 1. 8. 18. H. 21. 22. Blk Semlno. I..nd a fob. 4. 6. 13. U. 23. 2. Land a I Un1l00 .. . .
Lot .
f Iny Co. . . . 7. 11\ . . . ; :1 .kI1 612 Unknown 128 ,
loy Blk'317.: : : : :
', .' Lot 11 Ink 288.: . . . . . . . . . . . unknown . . . 1.28 Lot 1 Hlk 261 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Co. . . . 11.1\11 Lot. 2 : ': tiT Se Lm4" 1',28
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 olnolo ;
.\ ; t44t 18 Bllt 205 Davla ,I H. 1.211 Lot 2 0111 261 . Unknown . . . . . . . . . 6.8 f
. . . . . . .
,, ;t" '711/ ,; lots 10. u. 21. 22. Blk 206 . . . . . . 8emlnoln, 1..n4. lot 17 Rl1I 2f1 . . . . . . . . . . . Molton. Bra n A.. 20 Tot Lot., Hlk:7 . . . . . . . . . . . Unkoowo . . . .
t / : Iny Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 :1 1.21
8 e. 4,15 Lot lR IIlk . . . McNaII. pep
1\ ',' ,...t. II and 8 Bile 2011. . . . . . . . . Berry T C . . 2.06 Lot 19 B.k. 2411 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Unknown . . . 1.211 l.t nk 117 . . . . . . . . . . .. . Unknown .A.. . 121
1.21I.t \ . . . . . . . . . .
. .
'. 2 6. .' i"" . . . . . . . . . . lot 2f
Lot 6. 9. T .
: I IJ 8. 10. 11..12.. 13. U. .11, 22 nil 261 Unknown . . . . I Al U m. . . . . . . . . .
:i 20, 21.22 DlIE 20. . . . . . . 8emlnol. Land Bill 262 . . : I.t 111 .
( 17. t8. Iov Co, . a lute. 1. 2. 4. 41. I. 10. 18. 18 !ml.ole band aIov I.t 10 141k. . . .. . . . .. . . . M.K..lyer, ; 0. . 1.26
;' 14.67 . . . . .
k i ,, ; r 'Lot T'BIIe 207 . . . . . . . . . . Blxby. A M : : : : 1.28: l.ot 7 2412. . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Co. . . . 7.16 lot 2o11 RIk .8n n. Unkoo.C W.. '. . .. 1.21.
'; All eztept lot 7 Bile 208 . . . . . . . 8I'mlnol. Laud aInv Lot 20 1111 2f2 . .. . . . . . . . . . Unkno..n . . . I QI iota. T, A ii: i. 18: 'l: 2o.2: Dp.
. . .
1111 . . . . .
:; / i. CD. . . 19.06 I..t :21! < . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . I 2. Ilk :18 Rrminola Land
Ij. qi:. "' ;) Tot 10 hUfIA . . .. . . . . . . . . Unknown . . J.2ft l.ot 2:1: Jll 2112 . . . . . . . . . . . IIlr" (i . . . . I. 26 . . . Inv Co. . . .I 10.88
269'.. . . . . . . . . W"F. . l.t 111 8t8 .
} ,;. ,,) It 16 RIk fta"e,. 1.26 Lot Bit Bird. W A. . . BIl Unknown . . . .
i8.'i0. 2z.'i4. 21
1.ot 24 01.. 210 .. ....\ . . . . . . . . Land Al Lots 2t 4, 8.?2J: i."i 14: 16: 'T: l. 1.26 l.l. n. 1. 1. H. 13. 1
HelouoCo. . . . . . . . . . . .
1 ,' nil . . . . . . .,. . . . . . . Bit 3111 8I'mlnola Land
l i-f;. e .,2 'fAt I. Bile 210 .. . . . . . . . . . . . fTnlkoo.. : : : : : : : Ln 26 Bemlnolr Land. . . .a In.. Ce, . . .A.
I fIr.) !,: Lot 21 Bile '210 . . . . . . . . . . . Ramd. John . . J. 42 Lot Hlk 283 . .. . . . .. . . . . Unkno..n IDY Co. . . . .. 0.06 Iota 1. 2 Ik 310 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.0
11 . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
1.26
: lot 2:1: 141k. ::110 . . . . . . . . . . . unknown . . . 1..2 Lota 2. 11, 10. 21 111k. 26. . . . fielaole lot 4 ( 1111 unknown . . . 2.0
I 8.1. A 20 . . . . . . . . . . .
\,r" , Lot 14 0.1e. 211 . . . . . . . .'. . . . 8..mlool. I..od a laY Lad. . lot HOltanh.ek. .1. . 1.26
.. :. '. a, Iny Co. . . . 1.12' a and 4 nile . . .. . . . . . .. 6.3 lot .2tl .k6 110 . . . . . W. . '
,1,' '1; 1 tr Lot i.214 . . . . . . . . . . (..411.. CO. . . 1..1: tot 1.la 10 211' 26. . . . . . . . . M"O..aelln.. I.. .. .. .. lute 4 7. .H: 9. iCi: 4. 18: 17BIk Elmlh.I I.U .'
. . . . . . .
I" 26 . .
151k . . . . . 320
'?. :1 I Tote IT",18'III. 20 211. . ; . . Unno..n 9.2 nU 2&. . nkno. . . . I Semloie Land a
: ,'oi .. Lab 6. t. 8. 11. 12. 21 BIlE 212. . . . . S.minole Lnnd k Lots 1. 2. S. T. 8. 9. 10,14. 16. 17. 10, ( t.26 Inv Ca . l ..
. . . 9.8'
. . . .
1 1 . . . . . fut /5 flit :t20.
1f-j iuv Co. . . . 6.44 21. 22 BIlE . . . . . Unll..n..n . . .
l 4" v''0" Lot I RUr 212 . . . . . . . . . . . II.k.aw. . . . 1,73i : I :8' smlool. .L.nd. . a lot 1:1: 1111 ::120. . . . . . . .. . . Rnkoowo . : 1.28
. .
i l Lot ::2 BI1I 212 . . . . . . . . . . ; . fTnkno..n . 1.711 ''t.ot 16 RIle 2fJ: . . . . . . Unkno..n . . . 12.28 1." '. 12. I', 16 Ik W" l. . . Remlnol.. f.and..: 1.26
Lot 14 Rlk 212. . . . . . . . . t. . Tlnkeowo . . .. 1. 73 Iota. 6. R. 12. 13. I'. III, .1.6..17..1. 1.26 Inv ("n. . . . .
'I.]'if. .', Got 111 "III 2.2 . . . . . . . . . . Un1lno..n . . 1.7:1: i 20. I 23 BIlE 1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . iota. 1. 2 11... All . . . . . . . . . . Wells.. Wm. . . 4.18. .
'1: '.;fo.. : Lot 18 131k 212. . . . . . . . . . . . Hn1lno..n . . . I.T3lit. S..ml.olo t.nd. a iot. a 14. I 811 22. . . . . . . . / Laod 2,06i.minola
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Lot'11I I1lk 212 . Foehtanen. 1,78a2 R .n" 4 m. 260 O .. : r : : : Inv Co. . .
,:"" :;!, Lot. 1. :t 3. 6. 13. 14. 17. I6 BIk 213. . 8emlnoln Land a 1.la. 22 RIk. 21 . . . . . . . . . . . 1Jnkno k.: .A.. . 2.08n 1." 10. 11. U. 118 Ol.23. . . . . 8..mlnol. .Lsn4. A' 8. US

fav . . . . . . . . . . . 1.:11 .
; Co. I1.M Lot 24 RIk . .
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?Y rr. ."l Lot 4 Rlk tIS. . . . . . Unl I lot II I44k. 218. .. ....... . . ..... . Cox. Mrs V. . . mnv L.nd lots 1. 2. 1 Bit 82. . . . .. ., . . . R..mlnql. I..nd." A 1.26

f ,' tut 21 Blk 218 . . . . . '. . . . . . . fnknowD . . . 113 Lota 1. 14. 16. 16 . . . . . . . I a 3.0G in. Co. 3.16
'. f Iota cad 22 . . . . : . . Land a 1 Bk 28 oo.id. Ent. 7. R. O. 11< 32. . . .. . . . . . : : : :
r Tlnknown : : : :
; ,-' + 1 811e.21 r. 1.v Co. . . . 4.13 12 Bit . . . . . . In" 8.05 lot 2 RIk / . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.241
. 4{ ,. 1 ., Lot 12 Bill 21. .. . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . t.t Lot. 1. 2. O. 2f. 16, 22 Bit 16. . . . . . UnknownBemlnole 1.eed' J 1.26 Lot 1. 181k. 321 . . . . . . . . . . . 7IDknowi .. .. . .. .. .. 1.2"1,26Leta
1 2.0 . . . .
181k :
"". 1. 8, 12 13. 15. 18 81k. 215. Bemtnola I..nd a lot 16 .
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1.h Lot. 1. 1. . . . . . . . Inv Co. 6.66 I to Inc' 18 R..n 1.28
"[) .. Iny Co. 17.0 Lot 1111 211A . . . . . . Mither.on: : : ;d"ri 5..d
I' .t' 3. I ( IT. Lot f 51.. . . . . . . . . . . . Uakoown A. . 1.26 BJIe 826 . . .. . . . Bemloola Land
i 1",19. 20eBik 216. .1.. .12',15..1(1. . . B.minnla Land .Tot I Rile 2111 . . . . . . . . . . . Unkowo ;. . . 1.241 lnv Co.. . . .I 13.M ._
2fD Lot 11 I1IIe A4R . . . . . . . . . . . .
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87.on Lot 19 Rile . . . . . . . . .". . 1.2E . .
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f. Lot 19 218 .. . . . RI.o. T . . . . 2.415 Lot 21 Bik 210. . . . . . . . . . . . Bn 1 .A .. .. Iota f. 2. T. I. 9. 3141.1. 12. 1411. 'nno. 1.2
.' 1. JII 15. 18. 19. 222'Bit red Yin , Uolnown '1.211 18. 11 BIk. 327 . . . . . . . . . . Baminola

Jt. . ,. .. . .1.. . . .2.. . . . .. . Reminola Land a I feol:: 1, 19:8:0: : : : 5. H.rn. A D. . 2.0 I..y C Lul. .a. 11,47Lot.
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e. : ; Bik 2T . .. . . . . 10'''. A. . . . 2.85 I Bmlno" Ld ... 3. e. 8. 12. 13. 11 17 Olr I 328. . .Liid 1.2
IT ;i 'l.otJ 19. 20.21. . . . . . . 1'.87 smlnol. .
: i1 'I 14. 17 18. 22. Lot 4 270 . . . . .
; 4 ",, / "t. 11. 21' ." '1. . \ .. . . . . 23 llem . Le 6 1111. 270 . . . . . . . . . . . . Retoowo Unknown< .. .. ... .. 1.26 Lt 2 nilE J2f . . . . . . . . . 00.. . ... 1.11
4, .f"t.' ."I .' lay & Lt Lots Bill . . . . 1.2 1 Bit . , . . . . ; ; . UlnO \
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i' i ;. i la. '.c. .. . 18.T' Got 1 81k271 . . . . . . . , r 'alEaa .. l.t2 Blk 81 . . . . . . . . UanO . .. 1 ,11.1

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Lot 1 Bill 829. . . . . . . . Brown ] K. . 1.2E All Bill 420 . .-. .e . . . . . . e. . . . 8emlnole Land Ac .. "" Cd ... -< ill
Lot 8. 4. 8..9,. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 111k 980 s..mlDole Land k Lot 18 . /. .. . . I"
: 'd.I. .DV CO.. . . . .nf.r. . . ,
AU Bill 421 . . . . u i." . . . . .. .. ... .I SemlDole LaDd .. T.16 I Lot 19 . . ... . . f. . ... . . t..u.e.. . r' ". ; UDkDO"'SI . . ... 6,86 ,
Lot 1 BIll 880 r.u. . . . . . . . .j' a Unk ownod: !t.: : : : : 1:8:: \ .\ . 7.16 Lot 110 . A/ .,. . . . . i . . .r.. . i' ,',:.'\ :,,' .. UakDO" . . . 15.67
,
Lot 10 BUr 8JJI. .. . .u. .y.ry. . r . 8eml.ule Lend k All BIII ..22 .: ... ..u ..4..e..1 : BemlDale Land'4t Lot 81 't. .. . ... . . . .r. . . . . ... \1' \''%''.: i': Vnkoo..D V.kaowo ... .. . 0.118
. .. .
IDY6etnIDpINLCa..and. I.G6 Lot 82 . A . . .. . 6.88
? 1 10y Co. . . . .19.07 n,1 . u. .
Lou 1. 2, 8, 12 Bill 882 . . . . All Bill 428 . . . ... . . . . rr.V. u r. : Va"oo"D . . .; I.G7
.n n.r. dilov I . . . .. \ Semlnol.. L.04 .. Lot 83 . . . . . r. . . . . . . . . . ,' :'r 5 5
co. . . . 8.9 I JOY SemlDele Land A 4
Co. 19.V.
Lot Lot <4 115< Dill 8111 8JJ2 882. . .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . . . Unkuown . . . 1.116 All BIll 424 . . . . . . . . . . .. . . $eminole'Land 4Io. Lot 84" . . .. . . . . . . u. . . . . .. I" \'. In" COot. . . 7.1S
. .
.4. ref . . . . Uoko..wo . . 1.26 .Dd" a
., 'Co. . "
. . 19.97 ' '
Lot 16 8111 832 . . . . .1. ... . .. .. Uokoo..o . . . I.O! An Bill 42G . . . . .. . . . . . . . SemloolC.IAad .. Lot 811 . ... . . . . . . .\ P, JDY Co. 1..a i
. .
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Lou 17 and 18 Bill 882. . Grill/w, II . . 2.00 Inv . . 19.97 ., .: .. ;, ,: 8emloole( .A .
Lou,1l 2, 15, e. 9. .10 11. i8 BIkU$. ; . A All 111k28' . . .. : oO'.i.:; I" r+ a, Jay l
s..mloole La"d . D Lot 86 . J . . . .5..w . . i. . . ,lo t. COop. . 1.81' r
B"ID
. to yCo.. . . . 7.10 .ti..u. ,,\ SemlDo'e' LIUId ..
111.97
Lot 1G Bill 888 . .i.: . ;. . . . . Uakaowo . . . 1,26Blk' :: All 'BIII d7 . . . .. .e to. . . . . .. 8el uo.L.Dd:; : 'A Lot 81:1: ". ..) i' "ir'' ; Jay Co. . . . . T,Ii v
Lute 10 12 18 : /. '
IJ..1. 9. la. 14. IT. .t. S.mlDoJe ,La.d .. i
10" .
C . . . 23.11 .
iW4 . : .. . . . . .A . . . . . . 8emiDoio Land Amy All Dlk 428 . .P4 . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land k Lot elf ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' .. .', .'., ,".;;-.. Saminoca Laid 9,18IDY
A
(::0.. . . . 0.06 '
18.68
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Lot 115 Bill 884 . .15 . . . u . . . Uokoowo 1.tI! All 'Dlil 429 . . . . . . ; : . . . . . . 8em/note I Land;I .A: : Lot.SO . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . h't"; ":I.' .: Lb .. . . ,,5.81'
Lou G 6 7 18 Bill ,
U. 10 8815. . . . Seminulo Land A 18.08 Semloole Lud .... 1

lute Inv o. . . . 6.80 All 1318 480 . .... . . . . . . . . . . Seminol oLand 'A Lot, DO . . . . . . . . . . . .'.'l . : ', . JDY Co. . '.la
8 .
end 9 .
Bill 8815 .
. . . . . Nolen Oco . . :01.06 Inv Co. . . . 14.20 ,5em10o1. Lied 4 4 r

Lo 4 Ii. 6. 7. 8, 9. 10. II, 12, 18. .i. All Blk 481 . ... . ... . . . . . . . . . Lot 91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Co. '.Ja
Bill 86..1. Seminole Lpnd.
. . . . . . Seminole La.d. A. I 0. ,k 14.20 Seminole Lnd A

JOY deb . 0.1\0 ','loOt. 8 and 4 BIll 482 . . . . . . . .. 8emlo.ul 1..DcJ A Lot 92 . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . JftY Ca 3,87 ''a, ,
lot :S6. BUr 886 . . : . \ Seminole Laod A
C nkaown 1.26 o
Jo" Co. . . . 3.JII
L.... 2. 0, 6. 0. 10, U.,14. 15,. 16. 17 BIk All Dill 438 . . . . ." . . . . . . . .. Lot 93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IDv Co. . . 7fl 6 '
.. .
887 . .ri. . . .. . . . . . . . ... elLand A SemoaoloLand: : . '14.20 Semlnolr La04 .. alee

: 0.. . . . 9.06 All 131k 484 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hemlnule Land P. Lot 04 . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . Ca. . .. . f.IS
I..t 1 BIll 381 . :. . . .
. . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Inv Co. . . S nllaol.. Laod A
lot 12 8111 887 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown '. . 1.20 All Bill 483 :. . . . . : . . . . . . . !'Peminule Land: ... 14.20 Lot 9/1/ " "."" . : . . . . . IDY Co. . ... . 8.87,
Iot 16k . . . . . . W " "
8emloole
_1.8 ., 8J17_ p .! Ludlow rJ. . 1.0! . 14.20 Land A.

lol 16 'fT""I!; .iIl08 O li ... ae. : .as.. .e0. ... .a.. : .I.O: .1I.r.I: ul Ca.a.eou. . .a. 18.4/11 All Blk 430 . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emin6lai.and. ftInT Lot 00 . . . . . . . . . , . . . . Bemloole Inv Ca Lied .A T.IS .

1 tot 7 Blk 838 . . . . . .; . . . .; . . . Unknown . . 1 .10 I-ot. 1, 3. 4, 8, 0 Bill 437 . M. . . : . :. Se I "Io'i... d".i 14.20 Lot 01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lay Co. . . . 7.1&
Lot 8 Bill 838 . . . . . ; 1 8emlaol. LaDd ..
IDT Co. . . . .
r.uta' 1. 2, 8, B, 6, 9, 10, 18 01k 889. . . emloul" land A All Bill 438 . . .. . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Lapd ft. 11.95: loUt 08 . " . . .... . . . . . . . . . ID" Co. . . . 5.81'
toy Co. . . . 7.10 8emloole Land 1 1

Lot 4 Bill 830 Blk. . . . . . . . . . . Cos. F It . . 1,20 All Blk 439 o . . .'. . . . . . . . . Seminoleo'I.and'P.. 14.20 loOt 00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv Co. . . . 1.161 :.
Lot 11 and 12 889 . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 2.00 Inv Kemla'l'' land A '
Co. .
Lot 14 Blk 889 . . . . . . 849.. . . . Oleoo, J 1. . . 1.26 All Blk 440 . . . . . . . . . . . . . HtMnlnolo:, I Lund, ,A.: 18.08 Lot 10Q . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv Ce. 7.1S 5 5 5
Lot 7, 8, 11, 12' IB, 10 BIll . . . . Bemlnule Land A Inv Co: . . . 18.08 Semloole 1.and'A 1

3' 10" Co. . . . 11.118 All Dill 441 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sonilnoln' Lnnd ftInT Lot 101 . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 10" Co 11.81
Lot and 4 Blk 840 . . . . . . . . 2.06 fIIemlnole Lind"..
. .
Lot 17 Blk 840 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.20 All Blk 442 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Co Lnnd. . ,A. 23.17 Lot 102 . . . . . . . . . . . ... . .Ioy 7J5 ,
Lot 18 Blk 840 . . . . . . . . . . . Uokoowo . . . 1,20 \ Seminole! Land A. 1
. .
Iot" Blk 341 . . . . . . . . . . Lo"eJu3'. 19 1.. . 1.26 All Blk 443 . . . . . . . . . . . . iSemlnole Inv Co.Latfd/ft. . 23.17: loUt 103 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . loy Co 7,1S ; S
Lot 11 Blk 841 . . .'. . . . . . . . . Ham .A Jh. . . 1,26 I Seminole Litd A
IHT Co . .
Lot Lot 12 3. Blk 4. B.841 6 Bk l .812 . .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Unknown Nemlnolr Laud. .A. 1. 26 All 'Dill 444 . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Semlnol"'IDv 'Co.Lnnil. . . .A. 23.17 lot 104 . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . Seminole JDY Co.LindBemlnole .... 11.87.

10" Co. . . . 3. "b3.' All DIll 445 . . . . . . . . . . . . . ftpmlnolp Lnnd A 1ft.H7' 1011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Iny Co. '1.1SI.ut -
Lot 13 and 14 BIll 342 . . . . . Unknown . . . 2. .6 Land A ,
.
Inv Co. . . .
Lot 1. 2, 3. 4, 343 D 6. 7. 11 12, 13, 14, . All Dill. 440 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Hontlnolt* Lnnd 1 A in.117 I Lot l.jfJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . Iny Co. . 7.1P .
15/ 10, 18 Big . . . . . . . . . Remluol Land ALov Seminole Land ..
Inv Cx. . . . 19.07
Co. . . . 12.18 All DIll 447 . . . . . . . . . . . . . HcmlnoliLnnd. A I I.ot 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . In,. Co. 1I.8T-
Lot 11 Blk 343 . . . . . . . . . . . ,Joo"o. A I' . . : 1.26 Inv (Co. . . . 8"1010"' Land 'P. I a;

Lot 1, 4, 0, 7, 13, 14. 17, 18 BIll 344 . Semln..I.' Land A All Blk 448 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hcmlnolf Lnnd A 19.0i1 ..lot 10'1' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semmino io.. . . . 1.81"
. . . ,
Inv Co. 7.14

Lot 8 Blk 844 . . . . . . . . . . . . Mehonry P' 1. . 1. :/., All Blk 440... . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv (Co, ,Lanrl. . . .&. 1!> !>7SrrnlooJ' I Lot 1011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . lay 'Co.IAad. . . .A. 7.16 (
Lot 9 Blk 344 . . . . . . . .. . . . .Jallll..n. K I. . . 1.:111 . . Seminole Land "

Lot 10 Blk 344 . . . . . . . .315. . Unknown . . . 1.26 All Blk 4SO . . . . . . . . :. . . .. Seminole Inv 'Co.Lntul. .A., 111.117 Lot 11J\ . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . 8emlooleCa 11..81' p
.
2 5 12 . .
Late 1. 8. 4. 0. 0, 11, BIll 1'.11I1001. IBlld Aluv lay . . i' 117' Laod A. J

.0. . . . 1.116 All Blk 451 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scmlnoli Lnnd't Lot. 171 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Iny ro. . , . G.8T '
Lot 10 nik 345 . . . . . . . . . . . C.knowo . . . 126 Inv Co. . 8emlool.. Land Ie '
.
Lot. 1. 2, :H, 4. 5, 6. 7, 8. 9, 10. 12, 18, .. All Blk 452 . . . . . . . . . . . . ... l.nnd A l' 1(7Semlnol. I.ot 112 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv. Ca 11.8'1' u
15/ 16. 17 Blk 840 . . . . . . . . . Nemlnolr Iood ALnv Land A ABemlnole
Inv l'<>. . . . IO.1I7
Co. . . . 1:4.010: All Blk 453 . . .'. . . . . . . ._ . . S.'uln.4.I l. Lnnd' A ,Lot I ll1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jnv Co. . . . 7.165
Lot 14 Blk 340 . . . . . . ...... . Urtl'8It. It 101. . 1.:0: Inv :1';... . .I. . 11.O Seminole! Land Ie l

Lute 1, 2. 3, 0, 0, 7, 8', 0. 018 BIll 347. Jo.mlou'; Laud A All DIll 454 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hotuiiiolfi' Lnnd A I I.ot 114 . . . . . . . . . . . .. d. . Seminoleo.. 1.8T
. . . 8.16
inv Co.
Inv ( . . Leod A ..
Lot 4 Blk 347 . . . . . . . . . . . . W..rtb"'y. 1J . . 1.:1.1: All Blk 4S5\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . )Hemlnolo'o Lund. .A. 10.JMI Lot 11J: . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 8eminolCo. 1I.8T M'
Lot 14 Blk 847 . . . . . . . . . . t.'ukou\\o . . . 1.:0'Loto Inv Co . . . 10.12 LanA. ,

1. 2. 3. 5, 6. 7. 13, 14. 10. 17 Blk . All Blk 400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hrmlnoln Land A It 110 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lov 1I.8T
348 . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . SemIDo1" Lend A I Mambo) .a'1jod'A 5
Inv Co. . . . 8.7 JSpiiilnolo
Inv .0. . . . 9. 'U AIJ.JI1k. 457/ . . . . . . . . . . . . Land A 1..1. lIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . loy Co. . . . G.8T
Lot 9 Blk 348,. . . . . . . . . . . . l'nkn"wn . . . 1.26 y. NemlooJo I.D4 Ie

Lot 10 Ink 848 . . . . . . . . . . . L'nko..wo . . . 1.:16: All Blk 458 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv Co Lnnil. . . .A. fl 51Iftnlnolo Lot 11'1' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Iny ('0. . . . 15.81' ..
. . . .
All Bill 340 . . . . . . . . S.'tnln.I.' Land A Remlnole Land A '
: I Inv Co. . . . JI.Wiptnlnnlo
Inv ( 0. . . . . / All Illk 470 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lnnd A LOt 120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10" ('0. 8.8T '
All Blk. 350All . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1'"n..I.' Lend ALnv "mlo..lo Lend 'A y '
I I Inv .0. . . . 3.0.5
I C. All nik 477 . . . . . . . . . . . . . f''nln..l.' Lnnd A lot 121 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In" Co. . . 7.141
Blk 861/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . !Srudnolx. Land ALnv R rolnole I..od Ie
Inv Co. . . . 8.44 "
('u. . . . :1.11/1/ Ml nik 478 . . . . . . . . . . . . . R'tnlnolc Lnnd A Lot 122 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv 1'0. . . . G.8T
AD Blk 352 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Renln'I.I Lnnd Alov Mpmlon" I..od Ie I
: I Inv Co . . . '
12
Cu.. . . . :1.1'/1/ All Blk 470 . . . . . . . . . . . . . mln'ilc Lnnd A 2H Lot 12:1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. Co. . . . 1I.8T '
All Bile :3.VI:! . . . . . . . . . . . . . oIe"ln..I.! I.nud lit Seminole Land A SLot

Inv .". . . . :t !n i;; .1111116480. . . . . . . . . . . . . . F Semlnolo Ine'e., Land. . . .A 10. 12 I' 124 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv ('... . . . 1I.8T
All Blk :334 . . . . . . . . . .. . . Mminol. I.nnd lit Aemlnole ,anA
; ; ln<- { ". . . . 7.10 i
J. luv (0. . . . .1.11. All Hlk COS . . . . . . . . . . . . . Si-mlnol Land A Lot 12/1/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10" .0. . . . 15.81'
All Blk 355/ . . . . . . . . . . . . 8eminul.. l.all P. $10100111 Land A '

Inv ('0. . . . :1.11:1 All Illk 60!) '. . . . . . . . . . . . . Scinlnolo Inv ..0.Lnnd. . . .A. .1.05 LOt 120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .In" Co. . . . 15.81' ...
All Bill 857/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . I'"mln..Io' Land Anv 8e.t.lnol..! Land A

.. ] Co. . . . II .lIn . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rrminolo'Iand' . 8.70 o
Blk Lot 127 . . .
All 510 ALAKE . . . . . . . . . . . : 15.81: .'
. . .
All Blk 3I\R . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolr" Lend AInv Nrmloula 'L;; d..i ,
. . . I inv co. . . . 13.50 '
Co.. 3.03.: FRONT: ADDITION TO ST. - Lot 128 . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . Inv ('0. . . . 7.16
All Blk 359 . . . . . . . .. . . . . . I''.....In..I. I.nnd'A 8emloole' Land A

: : Inv ('n. . . . 11.11/1/ CLOUD ( Boulevard. Lot.- Lot 12!> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . inv ('o. 7.IfS t{
.
. . . . . . . . . . . . "
All Blk 880 1"11I111..10' Inlld AInv
t Lot 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sprninolp Lnnd Neminon I Land 'A
. . . A
( 0. 3.ml Inv < 'oSpnilnole . . . . 3. or:! Lot 1:10: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In, Co. 15.8'1'
LAKR FRONT ADDITION TO ST. Lot 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( Land A Nemlnoie Land'P

CLOUDAll -. . . . . . . . . . . . . 0ndnolr Lend A Inv CoRpmlnolp . . . . 3. II.',' Lot 131: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M Remlnoln:Inv Co.Land" 6.87 5
Lot 3 : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A: .

All B1ka.. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1"0110,1.Inv '0.Land. . . .0\. a.oll Inv CoSpmlnole .Lnnd. . . .A 3. Or. Lot 1\2.: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reminolr Inv Co. . . . 15.81' (
Land
Lot 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land A
Inv Co . . . 10.97All Inv . . A Lot 113: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In, ('a. . . . 1I.8T
Blk 303 . . . . . . . . . . . . . !Rrndnale. Land AIuv ( . 3.0.3.95. Pemlnolr
Lot 5 . . . . . . . < . . . . . . . . Rpmlnolp, Land Ie ,f

All Blk 364 . . . . . . . . . . . . . ),'mlnole 1'0.land. . .A. 10.lIi I Inv Co Lnnd. . . .A. :, Lot 134 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ))4minole In,, ,Co Land. . . .A. 15.87 ll.
Lot 0 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spmlnole'
Inv ( 'o. . . . III. IIi Lnnd A Lot 135 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In. Co. . . . 1I.8T '
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv Co. 3.03\
All Blk 805 8rmlnolr Land AIDv ..
Bemlnole '
Lot 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remlnul'P Land Ie ty1,
Co. . . . 19.07 Inv Co . . . .
All Blk 800 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A 0. . . . 3.05/ Lot 110 . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 7.16 pLot
. . . . . . . . .
. . . .
Lot 8 Semlnolvr . . . . . . . . 8.1'1"'
137 . . .
Inv (.0. . . . 111.lIi Lnnd A . . . . . . . Unknown .+
lUll 867 . . . ; . . . . . . . . . 1 8rmlnolr. Land A Inv CoRmnlnoli .I95 Lot 13H: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.85- Y
. . . . . . . . . . . . .
9 . . .
Inv Co. . . . 111.lIi Lot Land A Lot 1:11I: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . .. . . 8.88
AH Blk 80S . . . . . . . . . . . lI"mlno'; Land k Inv ('0..1.0.1 loUt 14O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Unknown . . . 0.88
. . . . . . . .
; .. s In" Ca 23.11 Lot 10 i o. *if oo < Remlnole Land A Lot HI. : . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 6.811

All Blk l Inv CoRemlnole . . . 3. Oil Lot 142. . . . . . . . . .i. . . ; .. Unknown . . . .1.6.811
870'k t ) ; \ 23.11 Lot 11 ...o ,4 ( *M.( Land A Lot 143: . ... M .t'rat < .. *.<. y m . . .IJ. '" ., _, Unknown . . . 8.85 '
Unknown
AH l Blk Inv Co, . . . 3 95/ Lot 144 . . .jfi.v iiVv f< Oft' ohH. :JJi,, Jo. . ft. 8.88
1 i Lot 12 int ( *;> 1 y . Spmlnole loOt / Tnknown L.S . .'' 8.0.
1M1t" Land
\\iJfir.: ''' I n V 23. 11iII"I1 10 A 14/1..1.\ . . . ):},}r' ,il'nkoowo
All Blk 871 : : 't rh.S1.f0i1 \;k 8emincl.' .. LandA .. Inv Co.. o.o 3.05: loUt . . . / S..u. 8.88
Jov Co. ... . . 23.11 Lot 13 4)) 0ff ; 'Semlnole .Land ft lot 147) 1040741. .,. . . .0. /1. .. '. Unknown .,' r. O.se.I. I
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv Lot I4N' .r: U nknown . . .4 6.fo. ; .V
All Blk 372 Aemlnol'.and A .. CoSemlnole 3.05/ % . ,. . . . . . . . . .r 1
Lot 14 . . . . . . . . . . . Gf Unknown
+ L.nd A Lot 149 . . . . . . ( 8.86
IDv 4'a. . . . 23.11 \ . . . . .. . . . Unknownr.; '
: :
All Blk 373 . . . . . . . . . . ; . . ,.rulnol' Land 0\ Lot 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv CoSemlnole . . . . 3.05 Lot 150 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :, SemInole : : : :. :
InCo.. . . . 2:4.1: Land A r..Dd Ie

All Blk 374 . . . . . . . . . . . . .mln..I,' Land A Lot 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv ('0. . . . :I. or. Lot 151 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emloole In,, .Co.Lang. . T.IS
Inv 1'0. . . . 2a.l1 Remlnole/ Land A A ,

All Blk 378 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Srminul. .' LROd A Lot 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Qamln..tn Inv( Cg I..nd. . . . 3.05/ Lot 152 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Joy. Co.Lud. T. 1- ,
L '
1.1'0.. . . . 2:1.11: - - '' .

All Blk 370 . . . . . . . . . . . . . I'olllln..I, ,'' Land .It .Lot 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "' .vn CoRpmlnolp : : : . :. 3.051 Lot 153 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole In" ,Co.land .A T.18
Inv C 0. . . . 2:1.: 17 Land A

All Bill 877 . . . . . . . . . . . . . I"'mln", '"' Lend 0\ Lot 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv (CoSpmlnole . . . . 3.05 I loOt I.4: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole In" Ca LandLot ." 1.181 r.
Inv ( 0. . . . 2:1.11: Land A

All BIll 878 . . . . . . . . . . . . . N'mlnol,' Land 0\ Lfct 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t :Inv, <'oSemlnole :a. OB 159: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sel In, of0.i.; 4. .. 1.181
lay (.0. . . . 2:1.11: Land A ?

All Bill 879 . . . . . . . . . . . . . NeIrInulr. Laud AIDv I II Lot 21 . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. Inv CoSemlnole . . 7.10 Lot 150 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole" .: . . T.le.
I ('0. . . 23. 11 l Land A: Land Ie

All BIll 880 . . . . . . . . . . . . . R...niuol.' Land Amv I Lot 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv CoSemlnole . . . . 7.16- Lot 157/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnole Inv Co.; ratld. .. .7.1w
<:0. . . . 2:1.17: Land A '

All mil 881 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminul. Lend A Lot 23 . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . Inv CoSemlnoln .Land. . . . 5.87 Lot 158 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole 10" Co. . ". T. 1a, .
Inv Co. . . 23. 17 A Load ,,' ,

All. Bill. 882 . . . . . . . . . . . . . R'tolnolrLend"A: Lot 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,I !Inv CoRemlnole . . 7.10 Lot 150\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saminoli I . .A 5,101. """ ". ;
inv ('0. . . . 23.11 Land A Land

All BIll 883 . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlool. Land A Lot 2B . . . . . . . . . o . . . . . Inv ('10. . . . 7.10 Lot 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnole In" Ca L.nd. .A Tai' ,
Inv Co. . . . 28.17 KemlnoleLand' A I'

All Bill 884 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land j A: Lot 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv CoSemlnole .Lend .k 8.P7' Lot Hit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bemlnole 10. Ca '.A '1.1411 '
inv Cu. . 10.01 Iptd \ +

All Blk 88B . . . . .r. . . . . . . . . Bemlnole. ,;.nd. A: Lot 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv ( n. . . . 7 10 Lot 102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ._..JDI"oICO' . . . 7,16.
toy Co. . . . 10.91 Bemlnolenod' A t calved Ie

All Bill 880 . . . .: . . . . . . . . Semlnolr I Lend AIn. : Lot 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Inv Co . . . 7.16 Lot 103 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semtlole" Lend ' 7.t.
Co. . . 10.97 Land A ) Ie''

All Bill 887 . . . . ; . . . . . . . . Semlnolr Land j A: Lot 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv Co . . . 5.87eminole Lot 104 . . . .. . ... . . . . . . . . 81DI" Co.. : . . a '1.1.
Inv Co. . . . 19.91 Land ft L.Ad Ie '

1.h..All Blk 888 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remlnul., Land Amv Lot 30 . . . . . .'. . . . . . . . . . Inv CoSemlnole . . . . 7.10 Lot 105 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emlnole In, Co. : : . ., TJ1i. '
Co. . . . 19.01 Land A Land A

All Blk 889 . . . . . .'. . . : . ... . Seminole' Laod .A.: 19.97 Lot 31 . . . . . . . . . . : . ; . . . Semlnole for l Co .,jjd..i: 7.10 Lot' 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ._....''al"oICO'laod. .A Lis ;


All Blk 890 . . . . . . . . . . . . . SeinlnoleCoi.nnd A Lot 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IDT CoSemlnole Lend. . /5.87 Lot 107 . . . . . . . .-. . .'. . . . . . Sial" Ca: . . .A T.IS'
Inv Ca. . 19.01 l ft e LaDet .

All BIll 891 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remlnoln I ; .8jd. A: Lot 33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... kmnlnol: o. 7.10 Lot 108 . . . . . . . . . v . . . . . 8emnlnoleaLnnd' '1.1..
Inv ( o. . 10.07 Llnd ftIDT : '

All BIll 892 . . .t. . . . . . . . . . Nemlnolr I ; .jjd. A Lot 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CoSemlnole . . . 7.16 K1KH1MMER] : : CITY- la" .Co. . . . 7,18
inv ('0. . 10.01 Land A H. II. I' DUOUOHT'8 ADDITION-

All BIll 393 . . .'. . . . . . . . . . Nemlnolr I .8jd. A: Lot 35/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv CoSemlnole . . . . 5.87 loOt 4 Blk A . . . . . . . . . . . . .
R...
Inv Co. 19.01 Land A All Hlk C . . . . . . . . . . . . . R n. 4T.MP

All Blk 894 . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Reminolr' I ; ,jnd. ALnv : Lot 36 . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . .. Inv CoSemlnole . . . . 7.10 Lot 4 Blk aROMINHON'8. . . . . . . . . . . . . *Tatea aTav. P ALl.id (6.251
Co. . 19. DT Land AIn AUDITION .. T.8TTWilliam.

All BIll 898 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Srmlaollp ,jjd" A: Lot 37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CoSemlnole . . . 7. f8 Lot :3 Blk 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . .
o . 19.01 Land ft Lot 4 Blk 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . : Lewi .84T ',

AllAH BIll 890Blk . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rrminoir Lend j A: Lot 38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv CoSemlaole . . . . B.87 Lola1L 2. A'& 14 . . . . . . . . . . o Oreen..... (Leo W... 11.11
10. . 19.01 Land A. ft 1.- ADD- .0. .. ""17.. 10.6

897 . . . . . . . . . . . . . "' :Co..d;; : Lot 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv CoSemlnole . . . . 7.16 lint 100 ft H of NK cur of Lot 80. ran 8
Inv Co. 19.91 Land AIn 255/ ft. W 815/ ft, N 285 rt, B 81B ft. .

All BUr 898 . . ,.. . . . . . . . . . . t "Pemlnolr' .jd.; CoSemlnole . . . . 7.16 ntrmpECT: I'\RK- Unknown . . . .. ...49 .
. . . . . . .
Lot 40 . . . . . . . . . LnU E2.ROISRRT 84 "
81. 83.
. . . .
!loy C... . . . 23.11 Land Alav .
All Bill 899 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remlnol.. Land k CoSemlaole . . . . B.87 : BASS AD86DITION- V Lo Due. 111. ... 4.T
A o 23.1 Lot 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Land ft. Rhorraaker'a' Hub-DlT. of Blka DL, ft ILlot -

-1 All BIll 400 . . . . . . . .'. . . . . .. Seminole .jbd. ASrminolno'Land Inv CoSemlnole . . . . 7.10 1. . . . . . .r. . . . . . . . . r "
23.11 Lot 42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '. Land ft Lot 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rivera, Robt J. t." d

All Bill 401 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'P o. 1 16 Lot 13 . . . . . . Taylor Addl* . 4.Tf
mv Co. 23.17 Lot 44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reminol: t. jd".i ROBERT BAPS ADDITION- Frailer, Bob. . ..84Rnin.il >

'All Blk 402 .o . . . . . . . . . . . Remlnoln ,jbd"Aby Inv CoHemlnole . . . . 7.16 LoU 2 and 3 Rlk D . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . .
Lot 45 . . . . . .
('0. . . . 2:1.11AU Land A. tote R, 4, 8 Blk E . . . . . . . . Hn B A. IT.'"
Blk 408 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reminolr I."d A Inv CoHemlnole . . . . .16 licit NK roe Hlk L. run W 00 ft, 8. 129. Addla Wellford. 20.08
47 . . . . . . . . . .
Lot . . . . . ft. N 129 ft . . . . . "
loy (::0. . . . 23.17All Land A :i/t .
Bill 404 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emloolo Land AIny Inv. Co.Spmlnole . . . . 7.16 BA88 SECOND A Djj.:.: Barow| Un N. 1S.T '
Lot 01 . . . . . . . . . .
23.11 . . . . . Land AIn Tote 3 ' . . . . . r. '
4 . . . . . . . . . OI'o; .jbd. '; I Lot 7 and dlt'6: Greer, Alfred Bat I
All BIk 40S . . . R.I CoSemlnole . . . . 7.10 rscppt atrip' 04 ft: wd) 4.T9
Lot 54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inv ('0. . . . 2:1.17: ' Land ft off N ride . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . Lot II. 10OPHOHN . Calbert. H . . . J.II1' ..
AllAH Elk 400except . . Reminolr I..od A. Inv CoSemloole . . . 7 10 . .
. . . . .
Lot 58 . . . . . . . . . ft O'NEAL'8 ADDITION- Campbell, 0 W. S.n
Joy ( 0. . . . 23.11 Land .A
Lot J Blk 407 . . . . . . . Seminole Laod A Inv CoSemlnole . . . . 8.87 Lot 5 Blk A . . . . . . . . . . .
Inv ('0. . . . . 20.02 Lot 89 . '. . . . .. . . . . . . . . .tr{ Land .ft Lot I Blk El) . . . . . . . . . . : . . "pelr. A H . . . 14.P9 <.'e

AH ezeept Lot B Bill 408. . . . . . . . Aeminuln Land A . Inv CoSemlnole . . . . T .18 MATHEWHADDITION- . Boylon, N . . . 9.11 ,
Lot OO . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . .
. . . . 20.92 . Land .ft WH Lot 2 Blk (iW . . . . . . . . . . .I '.
AllAH except Lot 4 BUr 409 . . . . . . . Semlnolr Land A inv CoSemlnole . . . . 7.10 A. F\TR1CK'8 ADD- MOM, Will . ... 8.28 y!
Lot 01 . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . .
.
Inv ('0. . . . 20.92 Land .A W4 Lot 2 Blk Q .. . . . . . . . . . t
. . . . . . . . Lot 3 ant 4 Blk 10 . . . . . . FOu taln. MraCR
Bill 410 . . . Reminolr Land A Inv CoRernlnole . . . B.87 . . . 9.1. y.
. . . . . .
Inv Co. . . . .23.17 Lot 62 . . . . . . . . . Land ft Lot 1 Blk 21 . . . . . : . . . . . . S LorenWalter.. . 14.8

AHAH BIll 411 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolr Land A Inv CoBemlnole . . . . 7.10 J. W. LILLT'B ADD- Preddy. C M . .. alit
Lot 63 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inv Co. . . . 28.17 . . \ Land AIn LoU 4.16 Blk 1 . . . . . . . . . . .

Bill 412 . . . . . . . . . . . . . SalOlnol.. Land AIn Lot 64 . . . . . . CoSemlnole . . . . 7.10 Lot 1, 2, 3.4./1.8/ Bill 2. . . . . . . Knltht. Will . . 11.29
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A K IHinrkan'ii Potter Ella .
Co. . . . 23:17 .t. Land ftIDT Rub-HIT of N % of BRU! of . T.n-

AllAH Blk 418 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnolr Land A Lot Co. . . . lI.fl1 NE >4 of NW(4( of Sec! 28, Tp 288T Be .
OK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UnknownUnknown . . . 29BLot
10y Co. . . . 6.86Lot
19.97 Lot OO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
8 Blk . .
1 . .
. . .
. . .
414 . . . . . . . Lang 0.80 . .
. . Remlnoln
BIll AIn 67 .4.
. . . . . . . . . . Allerton I
Lot. n Wm
and 0 Bill 1 .
Unknown . . . B.57/ . . . . . . . . . 1,17 ,
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Lot 08
19.117 . . .
. .
. .
. . . . . UNPL.TTED Meek R O .
418 . . . . . . . . : . . . Reminolr 1.;,Pld' :A Unknown . . . 0.86 LANDS . _1.90
AH BIk loOt 09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . Br. 70 Td. N of PR] con of of k4 .
II 8WH BWU. !
.1111
toy' Co. . . . 19.91 Lot 7O . . . . . . . q ,
. ... . . . . . . !M '
,AHAH Blk 418 .. . . . . . . . . .. . . 8..101001. Lend Ie Lot 71 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Unknown .. .. .. .. .. .. .. B.B7 II .1111 70 ron Td 70 jd.. . .W. 70. . .yda. . .8. 70. . yds.. . .B. t i N0a" .t,
Inv Co. . . . 19.97 Lot 72 . . . . . '
. . IS
. . . . . . . . Unknown WKBT R1RI+ tS 29 I lraeaw. i.rrw
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Elk 417' . . . . . . . . . . . . . SemlDol. Land Ier' Lot 78 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.80 Lot R and II Bill . ;
Unknown . . . / 1 . . . . . . . '
B.H7 ,
Inv Co. . . . . . . ,
19.87 Lot 74
. .
. . . . . . . . Unknown Add1R..W< "'
. .
. . . . . . . . . 0.80 PINEDALK .'VUnknown 1. >);.
8emlool.
.AU Bill 418 . . . . LaDd Ie
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Lot 7B . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . Lot 8 . . . . . . . \
h UnknownUnknown .
t I' lDY Co. . . . 19.97 . . . 8.80 . . . . . . . . *
AH BIll 419 . . . . . . . . . . . . . "mIDol" LaDd 4kIn Lot 78 . . . . . ;. . . . . . . . . . . . . B.67 .e.7- .J...8XC .. r

, ." ., Co. . . . 19.91 Lot 77 . . . . . . ... . . . "I" Unknown . 0.88 L. BANTJT.' "*f

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lOc Values 8 1-2
12 l-2c Valves . 91-2
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EMBROIDERED SWISS cales, Voiles, Ginghams, Suitings, Calicos, and 2Oc Values 14

and BARRED MATERIAL White Goods, to go on the Remnant Counter at 25c Values 19

F Very Sheer 1-3 to 1-2 of the regular prices.
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12 1-2 cent Values - 9c
.5 cent Values - lie COLORED MADRAS
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20" 14c '
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''1- 25" 0 19c Ginghams Percales 0 Suitings .I In Shirt Designs

In light and dark stripes ge, lIe,and 14ec I
I 50 cent Imported Swiss 39c 10 value I . 8 1 2 e 21 Cents
and figures. ;
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..I 12 1.2c value . lOc : Regular 12 1.2 and 15c .
r 15c value. . . lIe 1 values . tOe and lIe I All C aneos 5e
WHITE and COLORED I'
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VOILES .
35 cent Values . 26c WIDE, BAND LACES, LINEN CLUNY, BABY AND FLAXON
IRISH SHADOW LACE COTTON r
30" 20c 20c Flaxon I4c
25" 18c CLUNY and ALL-OVER LACES 12 l-2c Batiste . lOc
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t lOc Batiste 8-2e

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CORSETS, GLOVES and .' 0 .,'

HOSIERY REDUCED 5,000 Yards Figured .
TABLE LIN SHEETS and PILLOW,CASES
b "I' 25,PER CENT REDCUED 25 PER CENT Lawn at 5c per yard

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MEN' these we are offering our entire stock, which is by far the ,
NOW AS TO GOODS' 0
IL.:i largest and most complete this part of the State, at a reduc- '.;'

tion similar to the above.. The Bargains are too numerous to mention and the best thing is,to come and see "r(

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