Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 6, 1913
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: VID00597
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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THE GREAT BIG DAV < A Ip
PASS ROAD .MILLA6E BILL 4- -- 4 I 4 MEETING -MUCH SUCCESS 4 4 I LOOKING FOR INVESTMENTS IV
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*. As the time approaches for the < ; Mail Throughout The gentlemen having In <> ,(J

celebration, the general commit. < charge the business of the Industrial 4 -
COMMISSIONERS AFTERNOON ;
ARRIVED .
\MIIOUGII ,WEDNESDAY -
b tee and all Bub-committees are 4 < Edition the Valley Gazette '
WinED HIM TO ATTACH REF- I the City FROM OHIO MISSOURI (
working overtime to make the < I 4 will issue In a few weeks are O
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I KRENDUM CLAUSE SUB. 4 Fourth of July the grandest day a -- 4 meeting with much success, and *> AND PENNSYLVANIAWILL .;;V:

MITTING TO PEOPLE v> ever known in these parts. Ad- 4 I I there will probably not be one < REMAIN SEVERAL -
f Route 1-1st and 2nd Trips. I Route 2. s
4* vices from Orlando are that at 4* enterprise of- character (in <
FOR RATIFICATION any DAYS.
Starting at corner of Ruby Ave. and Beginning at cor of Broadway and ,
1f least five hundred people from 4 I this city but what will be represented *> 1 R
Broadway, serving south side of Main St., serve south side of Broadway -
v> that city will be here on that occasion :- J> in its columns. The busi- O Fh
Broadway to Darlington Ave. to rail- from Drury Ave. to AderholdSt. '
the and St. Cloud, Taft, )Day 4 ness men of Kissimmee have long 4 Attracted by Florld'swonderful } C
would to ,
11 appear unobserving road, returning on east side. of Darlington .; thence both sides of Broadway to
climate and Rissimmee's marvelous
of the Com- > enport and Loughman, as well as 4 4 since learned the value of the 4 ;
the meeting County
u al Ave to Broadway; thence on Brack St.; thence on Brack St. to '
4> the towns prosperity and rapid growth, a select
on the Midland Rail- 4 Gazette as an 'advertising me- 4
nn.loners, on Monday was rather a south side of Broadway to Posseil) Park St.; thence on south side of Park afrived 11in
of business in the
4* way will be practically deserted, 4 dlum, and any proposition it puts < party men <
but if had. looked
tunic affair, one Ave., thence on west side of Posoeil St. to railroad returning north
4 for\>> they know that when Kisim- on forth Is always met by a ready O city Wednesday afternoon over the ;
would have discovered
.. he that
I. .Iy Ave. to railroad, returning on east side of Park St. 19 Brack St.; thence
4> Atlantic: Coast LJne and will remain
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met attempts anything along the 4* and hearty financial support.> ,
ante very important matters were side of Posseil Ave. to Broadway t both sides of Park St. to Adsrhold
4> ; with us several days to look over the
celebration line, nothing short of 4 a This Edition will be an excep- 4
,disposed of thence on south side of Broadway to St.; thence Aderhold St. to Broadway
4 ; surrounding country. 1
the grandest '
in I
success every line 4 tionally good advertising medium 4
III the absence of Chairman Lesley, Dakin Ave. thence on west side of thence north side of Broadway to .
4 will result. The laying of the 4 ; and it will contain a complete < The party was headed by J- M. ,
F. Bass
i ""nmillsioner A. presided Dakin Ave. to railroad said :'Iaip St. thence M aln : ;
crossing on McKoy of St. Louis, representing '
corner stone of the new Met ho- 4 I \ description of this city and 4 ,
111,1!, I after routine business was diepnsed street to A. C. L. depot and office of St. to Park St. thence
on Land
4> dist church by the Masons, the 4 I ; I county, and therefore will be < the McKoy company, and. included ; ,
of L. II Cohoon, chairman oft South Florida Lumber Co. i i Park St to Aderhold St. and return I
4 parade of "The Horribles" in the 4 returning sought after by thousands of B. IL Clark of St. Louis; MissII.

).. finance committee of the city morning and the game of ball her 4 ': on east side of Dakin Ave. to Broad "i to Main St.; thence on Main St. to I II 4 persons In the North and West 4 W. Newton, St. Louis; H. W. Hancock .

uiiiiil. requested the Board to pay > Iween the Fain and Leans in the 4 'I way; thence on south side of Broadway I half way between Bass and Lake Sts., I who are looking for a place in 4 R. B. Parker, F. B. Moore, Robt.
1 li., eounlj's portion of the bill for j 14 to ) Ave. thence returning to Bass St. thence Bass W.
afternoon are among the prinri- <' Sproull ; to north : ; on Florida, the land of peace and O StaufTe, J. B. Smith, P. J. Parker,
nixing; the drainage ditch, and later (10) side of Broadway, serving north side i St to Aderhold St.; thence on Ader- 4 John E Stonebrook, Amsey F. Ham '
pal drawing cards of the day. 4> 1 plenty, to locate permanently.STUDENTS 4
"i tin day Jno. M Lee made the same : oOo' 'of Broadway from Sproull to Dakin hold St. to Park St., returning to 1 0 4 and H. V. Alsdeop of Mt: Vernon, '

I ".""l.t 0)000 4 + 0)0)0) + (00)(00)0)000'----(0: : : ,, Ave. ; thence on east side of Dakm I Bass St.; thence on Bass St. to Brack 1 + + + + ++ 000 + + + + + + + + + + + + Ohio; W. G. Taylor of Philadelphia. t

I ho Mould couldn't exactly see lU I I II I Ave to Church St., returning westside , St.; thence on Brack St to Park St., I II Pa. ,

,. 1'1 Icar" to pay this hill until) they of I akin Ave. to Broadway; i returning to Bass St.; thence on Bass Immediately upon their arrival they h t

-.elii-fic-d it was just and the I;YOUNG COUPLE thence on north side of Broadway to St. to Bay St.; thence on Bay St. to RETURN were escorted to the Graystone ho- I '

.. I IK I done aiiordmg; to contract, and I 1'osseil Ave.; thence on east side of Park St., returning to Bass St.; thence ', tel by members of the Board of Trade .

", 'iifd' the matter to the county at- WED WEDNESDAY Tossed Ave, to (hurch St., returningon on Bass! St to railroad and return' to FROM COLUMBIAEXPRESS who met them at the station, and later ;

c"\ for iin opinionnuliir west sideof 1'oss.eil Ave to Broadway to Bay St.; thence on Bay St, to Lake were shown aLout the city in autos. r- I I..N

( 1 tune-gall's attitude towuiils ; thence on north side of Broadway St. ; thence on south side of Lake St. I They expressed I themselves as well
,\I TilE Hlall)1lOF) :: : /BlilDK'S
Lill I allowing the commissioners to to l uilmgton Av!!,; thence on ''to Royal St., returning{ on north sideto THEMSELVES AS MORE I pleased with Kissimmee,. and were a ,

tin nulls for road purposes ( the I :\'I.E. ( I.. B\MM: '-V\ .\s east side of I Darlington Ave to intersection : Bay St; thence on both sides of THAN PLEASED WITH INSTRUCTION bit surprised to find a city of the size

,iioi' having declared he would kill i-KKrn IIOMK .M.'.ruic. of Stewart Ave.; thence on Lake St. to Brack St.; thence'on RECEIVED) AT I of Kissimmee containing so many a ; >

lull although it had been endois l both sides of Stewart Ave. from Ruby Brack St to Bass St., returning to THAT SCHOOL OF miles of brick streets and concrete r

,,' the Board of Trade, passed thee Ave to intii'section of Mabbette and Lak St ; thence on Lake St. to Ad- sidewalks. c
Ed\\/t,1: I I A. lancastci and ;Mish
: erhold St thence Aderhold HIGHER EDUCATION
ol Kepresentati\eH unanimous' : Church streets; thence on both sidesof ; on St. to Thursday the entire party were
in the Maud Adams dill; >cit were mauled at[ I r s :"t,'r't t or'ing to Lake St. thence
iiul been favorably repented ;Malil>ettc street to Orlando Ave.; I ; given a day's outing on Lake Toho- .
the home of the 1.1'1 nil's 1 uncle, C. I L. II
Ion Lake St. to Main St. and
ate /, was' called to their attention, thence ; serve pekaliga, enjoying the sport of fish
on Orlando; Ave. to Sumner Among the Kissimmee young ladies ( '
Mum rti
Itandy, on street Wednesday houses between Lake and Bass Sits
instructed ,
.1 "i the Clerk wan to wire :-l.; returning: Mabbette St.; thenceon and gentlemen who attended collegesin ing. I
evening!: at eight-o'clock.' Itv lr) A, not served from Bass St. thence
deed on In the
the Hoard
:M nator Itonegan that : ; distant next few days the membersof
both cities
sides of Mabbette St. to Beaumont the past school term
the First
.1 Holt of
Pastor Baptist "a U. nLout\ half between Oak
with Way this will make
the measure pawed af party a trip across
(' I Ave.; thence on Beaumont Av were Misses Corinne Gilbert, Ella I II
) .. ,.eKMiilum clause attae'he-el' per'nnt- church, of tu latodI'romptlj = and Magnolia Sis, returning to Oak Mae |I the lake to the holdings of the McKoy \ ;
Annie
to Sumner St., returning to Mabbette Gilbert, Niemeyer, Bessie
; e! the law to become effective! only lit the hour appointed theuttiacUvc St ; thence on both sides of Mabbttte :;t.; thence on Oak St. to Aderhold I Guy and Inez Carson and Messrs. Land Co., and will\ be shown the remarkable -

talituation by the tax of voting tulle enle-ioei the St.; thence on Aderhold St. to Lake truck farms of Osceola
I puyvrs Nelson Makinson and Bass who
Roy
St. to Veinon Ave thence Vernon
.. pallor to the stiains t of Lohengrin'swedding ; on St., returning to Oak St.; thence on I county, that are fast coming into '
ount\ chose Columbia college at Lake City I
Ave to Sumner St thence
; on Sunynei '
m.iiili.huh. rendered
was Oak St. to Brack St.; thence on Brack I nation-wide
due the
to fertility
I thepresent time theleik I repute, ,
HI
i I' to give them the education .
so neces-
:St; to Orlando( Axe thence thestreet
l Ioy> ;Miss Ella: :Macdillieit(; cousin of ; on St. to Lake St, returning to Oak St.; of soil nnd the 1
,'ned no to his telej. our blessings of
MI e answer I
to make them finished andwonen
men I
I between blocks K and I Il) of 011I sary
in. lout In\'ute wire to the Valley the bridehe( 1'1'1"'IIHln1'" viiv thence on Oak St to Bay :St> ; thence nature in the way of climate.

rite' I stated that the Senator was 1iipie-hSing Only a select party of IHII'111'| and ()Nell's addition. to north- on Bay to Lake St u-tj, I11rj}? 'to Oak These young people returned to One gentleman in the party was ,

friends and rc.lat"1',. )pi-"sent' i-iii Itoundaiv of sum addition ; thence St.; thence on Oak Pi to Royal St.; enthusiastic in his
' "ippuscd to the bill and would not their homes here last week and speakin very praise of Kis- k y
The bride woica neat gown of on same street to sheet between thence on Royal St. to Lake St., returning seen by a Valley Gazette representative h
l p. I nut it lo pass the highest terms of that institu-
blocks ( and I II of addition :
white ele- chine and *carried a same ; to Oak St thence Oak St C
lint of the crepe ; on and predicted that this section
the I petition 'county was tion that it would be hard to
saying
revived I and the names of Jas. R. : large bouquet of white carnationsand j thence on said at ret to Sumner St.;; to railroad, returning to Itoyal St.; imagine one any better in this or would enjoy the greatest prosperity ,

craves i Sr., Jeremiah Walker Francis asparagus ferns. The parlor and thence on Sumner St. from Orlando thence on .Royal St. to Magnolia .St.; 1 any other state. in the !next: few years of any section '. '

I II.! Warren and Tho. J, Hell stricken dining room of the Dandy home werel!l Avc.| to intersection'of Mitchell St thence on' Magnolia St. to Bay St.; Miss Inez Carson received medals in the state. >' ,A"" ,
attractively decorated with large and Posseil Ave from 'Sumner to thence on Bay St. to Oak St. returning : Almost '
iheiefrom on account of their death. very : ; for both essay and mathematics, as every member of the party:V".; ,.
bunches of cut roses'and vases of carnations Church Si.; thence on north side of to Magnolia St. thence Magnolia I .
) ; on agreed that when this city is adver- !n
I he l bonds. of several county officers well as the racquet for being the ? : -
while potted plants. were arranged Church St. to Stewart Ave; thenceon St. to" Brack St. to Oak St., re- I Used in a systematic through' ,
eximnneil, and! all were found I best tennis player in the college. way
., I actthe around! both rooms in a pleasing south side of Church St. from Stew- I t..'rnlnr; to Magnolia St ; thence on I Miss Elizabeth Carson, who was the channels of the Board of Trade or '

manner, and southern sniilaxdrupiii art Ave to Sproull Ave; thence on Magnolia St to Adeihold] St.; thence by the city and county that it wouldbe
I clcik was imtiucted" to aihnl i one of the teachers at Columbia, also
the enteianie- the dining/ ninth side of Church St. from Sproull c 'tier"old St to Oak St., returning but a few years until the untilled t
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/ I the fuel -hat the Hoard! ; wOUldrash returned last week .
i (". the valuation, of taxes at its ;mom, wheie a large vaseof MaiclielSiil Av' '. to I firkin' Ave.; thence on JlakmAve Magnolia: St ; thence Magnolia: acres of Osceola county would all be

: ; rose-s was placed in the' renter of from Church St to Mitchell St. to Main St. and serve houses on Main producing comfortable incomes for
,1 I Utecting.RURAL '
I the table to Spioule Ave.; thence on Sproull between Oak and Magnolia Sts., not j PEACHES: BRING satisfied settlers, and the entire county .
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1 IminediaU after the ee-remo'i, Xve to Hand St, returning to Mitchell served from Oak St. ; thence on Main become one of the foremost in farm t

CARRIERS "refreshments were se'rve-d *st I. : t thence on Mitchell St. from St to Orange St,; thence on Orange SPLfNDID PRICESFRANK and grove products of the entire state. '

The I gloom is a promising young! Spioull Ave to Drury Ave., returning : Si tu Adeihold St. ; thence on Ader It is such parties as the one now in ? tour

I USE AUTOMOBILES l business man of this city, while :Miss to :Sproull; Ave.; thence on Sproull I hold St. to Magnolia St., returningto midst that are real assets to the t

Gilbert; \ is a populr young lady who Ave to Church St.; thence on Church i I Orange St.; thence on Orange St. VANS AGNEW RECEIVES community and it is expected that

I was r taisecl in K issi mince, the laugh St. to Drury Ave., returning to Sproull' to Brack St ; thence on Brack St to $5.50 AND $6.00 NET A CRATE some of the party will soon be i
IN: UELlVtltJ1.11.: :' : TO Cumbered
I'AT-j|
ter of Mr. E. S. Gilbert; i i Ave ;r thence on Sproull Ave. to'Broad Magnolia St., returning to Orange St.; FOR THOSE GROWN AT among the residents of Ki slm- .

RONS) MON; KOUIKSMIS. : J l Out of town visitors. present aril way; thence on north side of Broadway thence on Orange St to Bay St.; PARADISE ISLAND. mee. The recent /floods in Ohio and ,:"

: ) I AND 2. l r wedding were Miss I Irene Lancaster, I to Drury Ave.; thence on east thence on Bay St. to Magnolia St., returning the devastation of hundreds of towns :' '

nf Orlando, Hitter of the groom ; :Miss I side of Drury Ave. to three houses I to Orange St.; thence on Or- that state, and the fact that, Mis- I;'

; I Nora Tobin, of Orlando, and Misses I below railroad, returning on west side ange St. to Royal St.; thence on Royal Although the peach crop is exceed- souri is a one-crop-a-year state has i,

Where IK Jocated the town or city I Marieand Violet Gilbert; of Plant of I Drurj Ave. Broadway; thenceon I i St:. to Magnolia St., returning ingly light throughout the South this attracted many desirable settlers to ; y

! (that you will find rural (carriers leaving l City, sisters of the bride. south side of Broadway to Sproull through to Cherry St., and from that season, still prices received will net Florida. With the proper advertising y

the 101'al"pOKtoffi e in automobiles I Yesterday morning{ the bi'dal Ave, ending delivery at corner of ,' point serve the scattered houses in handsome profits for the growers. and persistent attention Kiasi nI .

.' with, the mail to be delivered along couple left in an auto for a short Broadway dnd Sproull Ave. I I the territory bounded on the east by Frank Vans Agnew has a five-acre |I mee and Osceola county will continueto 1

then respective, loutes' w-dding trip to Orlando and the east Royal St., on the South by Orange grove on Paradise Island, that yields receive her full. quota '
r. II', Bested right here in the north I Third Trip. ., ,
eoast St., north by Vine St., and west by abundantly in any ordinary season, t-.

" ni part of Osceola county, and it's I On their return they will be at home i il This trip, which is to include only Main St., to the best advantage, serv- but the heavy rains in March caused (

t name is, KI simmee. The rural mail Ito I their friends at the residence of I the business section, should be served ing Main St. from Vine St to Orange the large majority of the fruit to TAX LIST PRINTED j.

cauiers routes 1 and :2 whirr _up to I Mrs Hell.ITHE | the same as on trips 1 and 2 until the St.; thence on Orange St. to RobinsonAve. drop, still left a fair crop on the aIN )

tf the postofhe-e here in machines that intersection of Mabbette and Church .; thence on Robinson Ave toI trees. Mr. Vans Agnew has shippeda THIS ISSUE J.'

f: excite th. envy of Teal bankers, load strets is reached, where delivery on considerable number of crates, and : :

their eais high, with mail bags and EXAMINATION I this trip is to end. I I (Continued on page 5)) the lowest returns he has so far received b' I
I
'hugg!: chugg over their routes in a I - - - - -- --------- were $5.50 crate, and in
-------- --- per PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD FOR
l t 4 fraction of tae tinge. it would take the j FOR TEACHERS some instances $0.00. TAXES THE FIRST MONDAY I Ithe

.' old horse to make the trip. And yet some people say growing '

i: And the gentleman who carries the In'EI.U A-I COURT HOUSE AND1'WRN'FY Special Matters at Board of peaches in this section is not profit- IN JULY.

.' stai, route to Orange Center also ; ENTER THE '

r uses an up-to-date machine, and the I ('ONTEST.The :
" wail is carried to Kissimmee Park in I Trade Meeting Next Monday able.Bill Those who failed to pay their State a oy f

I annual examination of teach- and county taxes for 1912 can now t'
as finea Florida --- ---
motor boat as runs in Passed
ateis ;i era was held this week at the courthouse I have the privilege of calling upon A

7> It.. o But I and sixteen ladies, one gentleman At the regular meeting of the Board of Trade next I Tax Collector Bandy and paying It
then about
:' autos are just as
: .... backs and three colored women centered Monday the special topic for discussion will be the matterof to Pension thirty cents a line additional for each e''
moon these
s in parts" as i ;zor II
I line it required to advertise their :'
follows
:
the contest, as
lire in the Okeefenokte swamps. adopting a system of tree planting throughout the entire I
r Autos Miss Clara L. Reynolds, Miss Cleo ,: property or else it will be sold in frontof

, hun 'em come to a keep little the high but with we must the I Wooldridge, Miss Maud Thomason, city to add to the ,attractiveness of our/already beautifulcity. i Dr. Breaker the court house door on Monday, is

Speed of this locality. pace' ,Miss Mildred Winn, Mrs. Lula At- Also to prepare for a universal clean-up day that con- July 7th, after which it will cost them 1
wood Miss Vera Hargrove, Mrs. J, I. an additional twentv.tlve per cent on

Steffe, Miss Lillian Ide, Mrs. Obed certed action may be obtained. 1 purchase price to ;eO- eitay to
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.\ITENTION. CIVIC LEAGUE! E. Mitzel, Miss Jean Thomas, Miss Discussion on these and other matters will be open and j i (Special to the Valley Gazette) nothing of the cloud it will place yon

The Civic League will meet in regular Overstreet, Miss Pearl Swin- Tallahassee June 6. the property. l'' x'
Donegan
Cecelia citizen of Kissimmee is urged to be present and give secured '
session at the Chapter House next Miss Medora E. Russell, Miss every I The list this year is not as large ,. t

Tuesday at 3 p. m. A vote on an important Justina ney, Safford, Miss Lelia I., Mar- their views and offer suggestion for cleaning up and making I pension .by special act for D. as 'it was last year, still it takes up 'r

question is to be taken, and Thomas J. a fraction over three of the y
ble, Mis.. Albma Smith and Kissimmee more beautiful.The I M. Breaker. Stanford was againstthe pages
every member is especially requestedto and Melissa Roberson Mozielle Valley Gazette. ; y
Little called order
meeting wil}l be to promptly at 7:30.
be on hand promptly. Humphries and Hattie E. King, the acid test for fruit, but lost out. t

named being colored. S. J. TR1PLETT, President.C. W. J. S. Carr and family left Sat-
Sid Pearce of Bassenger was among last three I Broward 'county bill will be signed 'i r
.
,. ,the prominent men from the lower It will not be known for some time F. JOHNSON; Secretary:. I' urday for Coronado Beach where
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of the they own a summer cottage They
how applicants tomorrow.
who many '
part of the who visited Kis- as to or .l r'
county J: I.. IL REESE. will not return here until September.
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. horrors, for the writer, 'he not being I the amount deposited would have aggregated 'theStore "

: member but the Board of Trade $37,233.36, and the Interest Shoppers in 8y

I jJ \ DIRECT TAX VS.BONDS .1 sometimes people, and,voice this the.lit one sentiments of the of times the 'during tq $13,001.21 this time, would making at the'have a end grand amounted of the to-- ,' of.Life ,_.ADA TTERSON, 11

of $60,334.57 II '
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that we believe] it to have been a rep- ...
: ( Kissimmee Fla, June 3, 1913. to our pockets, assuming that it, were i I resentative body, and there are 'a eighth year; and so far as that mill-par- "What bad bargains we make! I II for his or her very ordinary sake;
the
/'rEditor, Valley Gazette! possible, for $500,000, of 10 per cent i great many people who are not members ticular issue was concerned, back'I What poor shoppers. we are) What We view the. business we build

; V The writer read with much' concern.the money, that is the prevailing rate I of the Board of Trade, who give age could have been dropped I high prices we pay!" j and wonder how much of the health
.. .. would to-
-" ;: article in the'Valley Gazette now, and Instead of using ,this 10 percent some of their time and' thought to'the I I to its original rate, and we The woman who said this was nota strength and time, the mental cofi,

under date of May 23rd, relative to in1' other enterprises loaning conditions of the town and county fit i day lie enjoying the fruits- -of our passTniTsT.i i -'-Dn'the contrary-we-who I, centration expended.! on itI_it.'is. worth,

< direct taxation versus bonding for it at 10 per cent!:, we put it into road which they live and so far as Endorsing I| frugality without one penny's worth know and love her, have named her 1: We think of the socalledamusement! '
when
good roads funds, and also has read, Improvement. $500.000.a.t.! 10 per the measure in contention without : of indebtedness hanging over us, "Mine.1 Sunshine," because she .habitually I and pleasures of our lives, and art

with some concern the article in the cent would mean 50,000 per year, or "discussion" it seems to the under a bond issue for this amount still radiates hope and .happiness. I, sure that two-thirds of them -were not
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Osceola Journal relative to the same in thirty years $1,500,000. A difference writer that a discussion of this subject at the! same time limit we would But she was facing one of the grimmest worth the time we spend for them

'i 'I I matter as replying to the Gazetted of: $000,000( in saving of interestin would have liven a mere waste of lack twenty-two )'('al'lof being out and ugliest realities of life] and With the realization that' we have

statements, and would like to present favor of the 1 landing plan over the valuable time in which: there was noprOmIse ''uf debt, after having. paid $4liIr..Gi(; ; ( the !shock and surprise had brought shopped badly, have paid fo; high_ a f .
the
and afor with still $9b340.O0! : :{ <) to pay before We for all of these, comes the
some' of his opinions on the subjeYt I direct tax theory. of recompense/ ; these exclamations from her. price new

through the columns of your 'paper,, I Does the writer of "A /Poor 1\ l'IlU- saying the measure "contravenes all debt would be tancelled.The !. were seated in the orchestra chairs and true sense. of values. We see thai

to any who may he 1111 interested a> ment" /figure also, during his wonderful the experience of the ablest and moitMicccsful I bond-issue enthusiast, or promoter in one of the play houses of New success. in the sense of having developed !
the
himself. mathematical calculations, that financiers' and business men will probably tell you that York. The curtain had fallen upon I ) our talents to the uttermost, and

The article in the Juuinal to which the well informed, persons"" who read of the lountry," we wish' to cite the above rate of interest is out ofL all the second' ail of a play and our eyes give nthe world such service throughthe

special reference is made is ,'"lltI,1"A his !statements will pass up' this', outwit autboi of "A I'oor Argument" to the comparison with what our money Isreally followed those of many of the audience right use of those talentf) as we

Poor Argument," published under li the assumption that it ,is J"oll fuel! that financiering m J politics! has worth', and we agree I to the exception who "stared at a man in the stagebox could, is worth much time and

date of May 2(/th. and in the humble I 'My ni'i-i.-t, 1. MM, ) not --top( to nHin been the cause of more than one mull's for the-instance 'Is only given a man distinguished in the lifework thought and strength, the major pq-

opinion of the writer a more apps' ,. \ 1t the ii.u'lcr; that so vitally ,,'r. i 1- downfall. and also, that when u man to show what can be accomplished at he hud adopted, a successful but not all of these l( we have neg.
'' office; from this I neck of the poorest 1 late of interest paid<1 III the fine art of true
)priate title for what follow' would ".J?-ti 'i It' puycrs 1 is elated to man, one who had achieved the powerit lected

have been hard to find ; but, for all its! ,\ ,1 matter of reply we will -tuli- t the woods, ,it 'has always been the I-'lorida. had been his; ambition 1 1 to compass. ship for ,it, we have paid too high

appropriateness UK a title for the ar- that under I'". dirert taxation pl.ii' ,' i ''i-liim, of most of his constituents, at He "ill also probably/ tell you that Me had risen" from U sick bed to come price. If we have passed true, worth,

tide, and the! scant amount of confidence then wonlil IH-M-I- In- any eu"l.I'llo// least 'to lieln-te (but h.'u!- the manU ) you cannot alfoid to wait to accumulate to the play. Hut his! stout battle with love by in the pursuit of it, we have

; that may be expected to I"it taros from) PinteMitiites uf tin "i-n-.n-! ;-suited In "entry' out their wishes the necessary amount before illness hail failed. lie tried three paid for it more than it is worth. If

; placed in the statements made in "A tv at OIK- tune to li using' his best business\ acumen: I beginning! municipal) or county improvements times" to rise from his chair. Each at middle age our strength is a memo

Poor Argument," some of, the \ 14'wsheld Inv oth.'I')> per cent on, but the, im.m-y, ('"I the public'. welfare, and not" for his and that the enhancedvaluation adjacentto time he slipped back in very weak ory, our health a ghost, our lives

by some of the "common" ,people awed" 1\.' direct) tavatioii, would i'l tiM-d private, personal, gain. of the property 11l'Th.! .. third! time his companion, empty because of it, it has been too

who are not in the "habit" of making to build rood ,toad K, if all of K 'I "iv In the. last paragraph' of "1\ Poor. the impiovenu-nts will more, than. a man who worked in his offices, offered costly for our purses.

ink" of needed fast collected mill if \igurntnt". Ibe/ author tells us that : offset the difference III expenditures.Does If ourselves and if
their living by "slinging or I i. it him bis arm. The man whom we see other

giving up much of their sweat in the wi 'Mntt:, ,would ((1'I'ol.a"l> > Inl'iti'i! ;; :.- "I- -mimee i is NuiTering from; just' I it ?? Let's see. many 'all "The Chief" waved it away. see us, in the zenith of our lives, fullydeveloped

laborious task of cutting off. bond ed out at JO per cent" I'IIIIlill"I1U' / /( m .1 MII II a ini-taki- as tin a/t-ttc"would ( Say you bought eighty acres) of land At last! leaning unwillingly upon his well rounded being,

coupons; but who luxuriate in the ri, >- to the Bounty; instead, of '" hi\e us irpiat in the cnunty. Hut |I II ten years ago) at $..00()() per acre costing unaccustomed cane, he struggled to I healthy of mind and body, with one

balmy sunshine out doors, by tilling ",Ill'."" oul to the banking, IIOM- tilt. I Indoes, nut say that the ('uliien'sPlurk you $4(1(1( ( OO, and during this ten his feet and dragged himself out of talent or quality of usefulness developed .

the Roil, or chopping cord-wood or stood f.ood for the loan, and "h hwould of which. :Mr, (Doiugan is president years you have paid $J IOn on it in the box, conscious that many eyes to its highest degree, we have

croas-ties, or any of the other light, in all prohal'ility never I.l ill took up the city's bond, and taxes, "hu'houlll make it worth to were upon him, furious that his I made good bargains. We have paida

easy means! of employment whereby |I"\.d of the use of more t tllllll.1'-i (' that while appearances, are !sometimesdceptixe. you now $[,Otl. Under the direct taxation weakness had thus been displayed inpublic reasonable price. We have shown

they may support their families in (III I'I I ol J the amount! at one till,: but, ;III'. Donegan, halnjhad/ a plan if your taxes had been increased ; : ashamed; and abashed by- his [ ourselves good shoppers in the department

luxury and at the same time get the \'?-lie h lounty was UMng.
best there is to be had in physical! culture > lillI' on of this loan, it would !I". /JMVing : ,eemto have found it so pala- you now $550 supposing that its settled into their straight, rich folds'

may not be out of place hereIn ; / i.ilerest l on S.lnO.OoO: table uto be earnestly" .-"", klnj'H'/: valuation had not increased otherwise. when he had gone, but the pale face SIGNS( OF TilE TIMES

if. our opponent's! leading sentencehe \\ hen tie hat ( paid 1 for good loads And in this connection he further Suppose now that the amount of and beaten figure remained, will always .

states:: "The argument in the I by dried taxation we pay only once. says: "liy a false corvption ofeconomy money necessary, for road improvement remain in the memories of those TVhen you ace-

Valley Jax.ettp( * strikes u>< as being - instead of there tunes, for. the same we Issued JoO.lHK in notes m the county had been raised, who saw, silhouetted against the velvet The doctor making his way leisurely -

remarkable, only for ,itscaKnrs-." thing/ and roads built under the Lund! when the impro\ements cor.templattd and that on account of the close prox- background.; He was feeling the to your neighbor's house it ii a

The writer, in reading! that t pa rta- -ysteni' would need" repairs" just aIon lequired $7,'>.1>
-. graph could not keep oiu of the I iie\. ,, and jut avfll'n as those built Ihby rai-mg the millage/: until county road paved! with brick, you This man, rich powerful, with a name off his heavy ones too early.

', Sam Jones' pet phm-es hone, recurring under, I the system) of direct, taxation,, /people were frightened away b> theeces.ie are aide to sell foity acres of this as magic--working in his little worldas
The doctor and a nurse makir.g a
to his mind. nor would the cost of I'epalrIn oneinstance rate of taxation land $Iau01) acre which would in was
at per :Napoleon's; was a greater mad rush for this house, it is a different
If the Journal got hit in the solar- necessarily }be moue than in This I' no doubt true a. far athe give you $4,0000(1( ( for half of your poor indeed, and would soon be far
kind of sign altogether.
Spring
a
plexus, it !should not have "howled, the oth'-r statement goes. but he does not go hordmgs ; you would still have the poorer, poorer than any pauper of ,

but showed at least enough grit to"grin TheTitl'" of "A Poor Argument" far enough to -ay that it wa- abso other half and a net profit, of $',450: the streets- whose pulses life throb A woman who is always smiling in

and bear it," and prepared to says further: "It doesn't affect the lutelynetessary to raise the nllll a Il',- from whichou could well afford to bed. publu-, it is. a sign that she never has

strike back in a manner befitting its principle whether the amount be to the rate they did, in order to meet assessments for the
pay your personal) "What bad bargainsve make! any smiles left for home.
promoter's high and honored position, $[,,000() $50,000 or $500,000( And the requirements of the bonds they impiovement., and have money left What artWhat!

or fortify itself against approach, or that i is quite true. If a leech were .", had issued but leaves the statement besides, all the advantages of the improvements )pool we shoppers-!" exclaimed! my companion The a 100"omall'lI husband hurrying ;
in such a manner.In inches 50 inches 500 inches long, for anyone to suppose that thecity prices pay
reproach, or or open
.. )recurring to your prop while staring at the memory away from the house, it is a sign
the next sentence he says that: it is safe to that its principle administration of that time
presume
erty. outlined against the curtains of the lie's I going to some place on the corner
"Every well-informed person knows would be the same, and we do not -imply raised the millage for amusement -
Nuts if the same conditions m the box. She knew thu. man well andshe and hate In- smiles mixed for him
that ninety-nine out! of every one hun- propose to be bitten by one, even of and not because they had to
of land existed under talked of him while the orchestraplayed i
dred railroads in the country were the smaller dimensions. The bonds .issued by the city of position your
from thepropu".d the bond issue plan, the difference a gay little waltz. Something loming up in your garb
built by the issue of bonds. The sarcasms thrown at the Gazette Kissimmee! differ somewhat
that would of necessity; exist"would! "110 was very kind to his employees, den it is: a sign' it is! a weed.
while true is, '1 bonding issue under discussion -
Now this statement, do not in any way affect the
in the light of the article mentioned, writer of this article, but he happens in that the time limits on the be that your property would !still be very I thoughtful when they were ill
subject to the excess taxation for or in trouble, but he never rested" himself Your wife skipping the newest
extremely misleading, and likely to to be by choice, a citizen of Osceola city's bonds are set so as for them to I\
after rata of and he never could guess that scandal III the paper' and reading the
twenty your )pro
confuse the minds of some of the "well county, and firmly believes in the un- mature at different times but the years
and) in taxes! had done its part to ratht'! they needed/ rest. Me ate a great deal advertising pages, it is a sign you will
informed" persons, as well as most of trammelled government of the peopleby principle I is virtually the same, i
to complete! the nnprocrments. of food at irregular tII1H'H.ow:; he lose' money.
the persons who are not so "well in- the people, and in the just: and either instance. the actual results ,, necessary money
at middle because he
is dying age
J formed." Vy I honest administration of their public would work out at about the same for The weather report reading "Fair
I' The author of "A Poor Argument"asks has paid too high a price success.
to'
A that is formed ratio. "
should
$ corporation affairs. is
r and Warmer, it a sign you
build railroad haa no tax revenue the of Mr : But supposing, for the /sake of illustration in regards! to conditions in the When we are young we want something I and umbrella."Return .
a ;i As to ,bringing up' names tremenduously and We buy it at take your heavy coat
'I '. hi to them to supply their' the that the time limit set'onthe city:
''', coming Stanford and Mr. Donegan,
t, ., s;1, !V' demands for capital, and \ in the |I writer has no desire to cast any reflections I. city's bonds was thirty years, at "Would 'the Gazette have the like any price, Fifteen or twenty overcharged years I To-morrow" on the offs
realize that we '
writer's mind this argument offered on' either, and sometimes a 6 per cent interest ., I result take place as to the lands out later ourselves we for it. We know we; have I I'I I'd or, it i is a sign the man who occupies

an a parallel for bonding the county, I man's actions are no exponent of his On a bond issue of $50,000 we find : side the city ?" "It would m so," office is a fan.A .
We find out
I made bad bargain.
instead of being a parallel, strikes the motives, but in this connection ;Mr. that the interest would he j,000: per i I he says, "unless, its editor is so blinded a "
angles. and the sinking fund, or one- I observationas what poor !shoppers/ wo are. room full of people going let
other line at about right Stanford is on record as having done year by lack of judgment or with the
The county would be literally throw- ,,his bent to carry out the wishes of the thirtieth of the $50,000() would be makes it difficult to reconcile, hisposition The pretty little woman lonvulsions! is a si They are dancing

Ing away money, as pointed out by the people who elected him, while if ;Mr. $1G6;' <;,l";7, making a total of $4lilI.I7<;<;(; ; , with sincerity or sound iea- moist, sympathetic eyes her and!blur the graying /: the tango.
ban tapped in operucloak
Gazette to bond for good roads or for I Donegan has taken the stand in the to be paid out of the city's revenueeery I "ollln." "
for the taxes for thirty which uttered a great truth A square-jawed man walking teD
other purpose; senate that he is reported to year years
any state | Now:; ,lu-n you ,'dllol'.t; to holding ,
would as certainly have to be raised | have said he would lakw'II, let us will at the cud of that time amount Bath otlu-r'.s! mol1a"d ihaiaiters I1f teen in' twenty y"al'IIflr"al'd". tunes' around the square, it is a sign
hI'ol'J'
\\ t
to pay off the bonded indebtedness us for the sake of one conierictl "to 140,00(1( that the city would haveto we rue a bad bargain. lsee he is a fresh-air! fiend, not a cubist.
,
hope every up( for, public' < inspection it somej of fO"'H'1' tumultuous, roiiiantn -
t a '
for the building of the roads liaise' to off its indebtedness.AS -
pay
to far
pay : 'hilt he h8 n'L And so as times' makes reading; matter
interesting -
j attai bnieiit. and think how Two souls witivliut a single thought,
by direct taxation, besides paying interest his position Inking the only tenable, one.even a comparison or contrast, as for the subsi-iiber, but maybe, I the for this >lace should alonR"'O-
high a (price 'Oll1l11olll run
on a large sum of money that the writer of "A Poor Argument"knows may please to term it, supposethat : it is a sign you
you reason the editor of the Gazette; is so the. doubts and tor the thought
cicatmc wi-ri what
out tolI'SS
the county would not handle or have better than that, unless his the i ity adinmi.tratioii had for- blinded, 01'0 lacking. judgment trying
in is
.. ment.nil, agonii whiih tit endured Atlanta American
any of the use of for many years.l taste for high financing\ has gotten seen..ii eight/ years ago, that they becausehe I is not affiliated with the t

Joneof l{ the "Poor Argument" will the bettei of bis--- well, cull it judgment were going' to 'need! $0,000( at this "basil-i_.ue" 1"'Ol1lot"I'III"t hii oiilv;,,

p; ; bear the Hearth-light of reason any ; at any rate most of the taxpayers time, and had set the rate of millageso the welfare' of his paper, and that of

better than the clauses mentioned, but or many of them at least, a10 raiselir(; >(i.C(>7 of the amount( the heart "
i community at "KIP-SAW
1" for the sake of economizing' in pair know that they have nothing to gain each year and had simply' placed it -- DOZIER lEITKER'S INSUHUNCE"DEROY< $

A only, we will pass on. but, much, to lose by a bond issue as in a sat logs' I bank with which most A show that you really hk, < 'it ,i- u

V In paragraph three he says: ":-ow; they have found l b)' a sad experience i people' are familiar- -I 1 per cent inti'est -, -ign' the' critics have roast/'d ,it.A _- i II.l Ol.li-M' x"i| I.IHV.I I 'Iri,ijiiii.i-i. An. nn, in OHH*.In County

take the other side of the question and Again; the venom thrown at I the compounded quarterly slur" ) about police' giaft, .it i,ii i- a FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

I for example say that we go down nut Kissimmee Hoard of Trade has no During the succeeding! eight yeai i sijrn' the| stene i- laid in' \'cw York, PMUNE ..A



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THE KISSIMM'EE.VALt: Y GAZETTE. PACEoottooo.o'OtoooOO .


t 'ooo. cers* she i i. heir ,
o ,a W. G.. buying grosser from LAND IDLE BECAUSE i
McClelland. '
Ot NARCOOSSEE ITEMS 0a \ HEED THE .. ..
.. The Travelers. Rest is not earning WARNING'i .. ,.. .,,. .'.. I,
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a FARMERS ARE: ROBBED ..ft' .
40400'O"OOOO'O'OO so fine, they haven got aney border. I .
OO"Mrs. -
Gussie. Bass went down to Turkey . -. Many .IU..lmmee'.People have .Done W.
W. B. Lassiter left, Saturday Hamack today after a load of *rt So. '

1 morning for Viking and Ft. Pierce on cers. gro- DR. WICKHAM SAYS THIEVING .

a visit among friends. Mrs. Dora Godwin were over today COMMISSION. MEN SERIOUSLY. When the kidneys are weak ,they I I ."

George Bronson haa moved onto visiting Mrs. Julia McClelland.Miss HAMPER TIlE BACK-TO-THE- give unmistakable warnings that It .. '

the Carr property His mother' haa Effie Eubank is staying with ? LAND MOVEMENT. should 'not be Ignored.. By examining ' ,

moved from Kissimmee to live with her sister for a fue days? I the urine. and treating the kidneys

him.A.. W. G. McClelland came out 'of the upon the first.*lgn of-disorder, many

T. Meeker started Monday nightto woods the pass Sunday and had good "Thieving commission! men are the days suffering may be saved. Weak 4tt

Jacksonville to meet his family, luck gathern his hogs. greatest obstacles to the .'back to the kidneys usually expell a dark ill-smell F '

who are on their way from Harrison, Gettis'McClelland dosent have to land' movement in the United States," ing urine,full of "brickdust" sedimentand L' i
...A' said Dr. Frank Wickham, retired, for-
Ohio. in
get a loaf of Bread to see his girl for painful passage Sluggish( kidneys -
Hubert Evans was called to the he can see hear without the truble.W. merly register of records of the Health often cause a dull pain In 'the

death-bed of his aunt, .Mrs. Pricilla G, McClelland Is getting along Department: of New York City "If small of the back headaches, dizzy *

I:In--, of Kislmmee. fine in his grocejys bissmess. commission men did not systematically spells, tired, languid feelings arid Ire- ki

Thomas Little is spending the week R. Young is not getting along so rob the producer there would not quent rheumatic twinges. I "

,j j'l'i Ki-'Mmmoe and other points of in- line in his grocery bismess the be so many abandoned farms; there Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid- I ,
as would be fewer men like myself, forced I !
I ii, rail! other correspondent thought. neys only. There is no Better recom- .

;Mi- (0. C. Mitzel is attending the Mr. Charlie Padgett of Alger were out" of farming because it doesn't mended remedy. ,Summer Citrus Fertilizing t

( summations held at Kissimmee this in Town to day. pay. Kissimmee people endorse Doan's
Dr Wickham related yesterday to Pills Practically all that the "Fruit & Vine" fertilizer -
\I The Following Kidney growers agree type
Young girls &
kWe ; Boys The World some of the experiencesthat makes: the mot desirable sired fruit and gives it the finest
had musicale Thurs- J. E. Bass Kissimmee
quite a on FJa., :
spent a Very enjoyable afternoon says
Sun- caused him to sell his fruit and flavor and highest quality. But there is a wide difference in opinion

4I at the nursery. Mr. Mendenhall of Lamb, Elvira Underhill, Martha Acre, time and I suffered intensely from largely to local conditions, character of soil etc. I
shipped seventeen barrels of
J\I?lrnnH'e, brought a Victrola: and S. Oliver Godwin, Denver Bass, Irving potatoes lame and aching back. Doan's Kidney To meet these different requirements, we have prepared>yeJl +
and fifteen of beansto ,
hampers
different "Fruit & Vine" fertilizers in six different analyse.
with t the piano gave a recital that took Harvey Pills have been very beneficial in relieving ; some f
a leading commission merchant in based on "animal" organic) materials, some on "chemical" (or
up the whole evening. Mr. Borney Johnson is Teamng for Washington street, New York," he my complaint. I keep a sup inorganic) materials, and some combining the beat qualities of both. p
Sunday school which was re- W. G. McClelland. ply in the house all the time."
The I said lie returned to me $27 less than I Our free booklet "Arrnour-Fertitirers" contains a full description -
,'ntl Iy ,started is making people sit Mrs Ira Arnold SPint the after- the market quotation, on the excuse For sale] by all dealers. Price 50 of these different brands and a discussion of the merits of the '

up und take/ notice. Under the ableIt.ad''l'ship noon with Mrs. Julia McClelland.The that the train was late and there was cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, different material Have you got your copy?

of D. E. Proper, the school demaractic Roster New York, sole agents for the United -
l is on star-
no redress from the railroad. But FLORIDA
R
S. FLOYD Sale KISSIMMEE
hath> (grown from 21 members on May veation as we have Binn having Lots that isn't the point. The commission States. Agent, ,

I lit to 87 members June 1st. This is of rain for the last week. merchant showed me his books and as- Remember the name-Doan's and

a marvelous] growth considering the Mr. Le. Bass is making good success sured me that he had returned every take no other. Adv.232t Armour Fertilizer Work, Jacksonville Fla. '

'1/"' of the village; it shows what can in his dry good bisnessMesserw cent he got for the goods. ------ \

|I.<. dune where one has enthusiasmand O 1;. Bass & A. E. Bass Admitted Petty Cartage Graft. I spread typhoid more and more lessened \;

a love for humanity in their has Finished Shoring ther sheep. "Then he proposed a drink. 'I'm the other factors in the dissemi- */frmour Fertilizers.

)hunt Boost it along, dear people, Oh hush your foolishness this makesme tired,' he said. nation of the disease are becoming

/give: it your worthy support. Now want to ride a pumpkin. "Why are you tired ?" better recognized. Among these one r r

I that un organ has been purchased the REX, "He replied that he had to be up at of the most important is the consump- ,

-mtfing will be better and we hope still 4 o'clock every morning to meet the tion of vegetables without cooking y

mine 1 interest will be taken. C { CI ... train and sell his produce at the car As they can be washed only in cold

;Mrs' Henry Evans, after spending 4 "Then ifyou sell my stuff at the water, and as frequently they may //1
4 ILSON:./ (KKKH ITEMS: Ca ,
a fc,'w' days with her parents, Mr. and car, why do you invariably charge me have been exposed to dirt and dust

;Mis John Padgett of St Cloud, returned I---X----: aWe full rate for cartage to your store on of various kinds, they are naturally THE H. G. SIEVER

home Monday. every package?" I asked. capable of becoming carriers of disease -

( business I have been having some nice "Having walked into his own trap, under certain circumstances.The .
( I I': lIu'k.y, ] made a trip I REALTY COMPANY .
Kiimmt, 'e Monday ,showers; rops! lire looking fine he frankly said : 'We always do that; health departments of many

t"l :M< I Lean Carroll' the still men I J. H, 1'umhlin visited the new railroad it's the trade custom to charge up all cities now require, very properly, that

implo\ed gelling out ties Saturday cartage-everybody in the business such vegetables( shall not be exposed Prairie Land,- Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands
nun : ;
.1t. ;Mrs II. II. I F'rtll' returned Sunday does' openly for sale on the streets to be l
Timber Lands. Lands all
for' t tin' railway company at Prices and on Easy Terms
\n auto party consisting. of Mrs. '. f loin a visit with her daughter at Mt. "With this admission that petty contaminated by street dirt and to be -- -- ..f

Miss Jean, i I)oraMr, cartage graft, amounting; in the ag- the resting-place of flies, but of courseit
( uldwill and daughter, : ', and Mrs I J. I II l. umblm of White regate to hundreds of thousands of is of no avail to safeguard them I 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value i t
) '\trie and ;Miss Rogers, spentthe
MisIV I
:
Nariooswee, first calling ( 'itare. failing ;Mr Tumblm's parents dollars, is levied by the whole trade, 1 during sale if they have been contami- for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:-
afternoon 'III
what am I to believe about the veracity nated previously. Their handling before I
C. V. Kribbs! then going
on Mrs :Mr. and :Mis I I.. Stephens were theguesis'of of any of his statements Can I they come to market and the con- II Groves all and
N, Da'kelson's for afternoon I Orange sizes prices
J.
;Mrs
to : :Mr' and Mrs. J. B. Tumblin I put any credence in the accuracy of ditions under which they have been :- ,
The 1 part was celebrating t A
tea Sunday'. his book accounts? I grown are therefore extremely important -

:Mrs laldvuHVenty-fifth birthday. :Misses Ariel and Nellie Tumblin are "Since retiring I have been in close In certain portions of the KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I

Henry Aultman drove the carNarioossie visiting :Mrs R I 1)) Young of Whittier. touch with the shippers in Maryland, 1 United States it is not uncommon to

sure is a musical town, I Frank and Haitly Tumblin are on Florida and California, and the com- I use sewage as it issues frpm the sew-

judging l hy tin number of pianos a t"II-day sow' hunt with W. R Godwin plaint is "universal. These commission erage systems of cities or towns for
l aimed, the last month. I --- - -- ------ -------
which base III purposes. In several
I men make an honest retuin\ on irrigation com-

lit'potts sa\ that the Nuttoosstc' I ;\lrs.1. W Johnson was a visitor of tl.e first consignment from a new shipper I munities, owners of large vegetable ,,. ros

1'arm and lownsite ("o have pure'has- :Mrs. hardy Johns ]last week in order to induce him to send gardens collect night-soil, and furnish, .

..d Olio more acre 0(. ground I :Mrs J. A. Ilarvey was a business i| more; then the theiving begins, and clean and change the receptacles, free LAWNMOWERS

visitor at Whittier Friday. by the end of the season he has robbed of charge to the house-holder Amongthe ----
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.:. a :Mr. and ;Mr..t dt-orge; Fertic of WmIter you of all of your profit. Oriental peoples the custom of

a :Mr' and Mrs. "The commission merchants using night-soil as a fertilizer in veg-
<; \VMKU ITEMS I Haven are visitipg; say Scientifically Sharpened and Repaired I
'>. 0wri : J II. II. I Fertic this week 'Well, why do you ship to u.; if we etable gardens has obtained from s

i : :C C: C C aaC'avaaasOvavaC': :-::':};} Born to Mr. and ;Mrs' J. J. Harvey, are all robbers?' and the shippers' time immemorial. Certain of the ,,

The 1 people of Bull Creek are having Friday, May 2'S: ; a fine son. answer is that he has no other outlet northern nations of Europe also have BY 1'w
for his had this custom, and have brought
fine'weather "to put .in their potato WILD ROSE. products. 1f
"Tnlra mv experience with. Kfniv- with them to this country. The truck

s crops fine., and the other crops are coming .,) < o.4<:- < +< + <..- o.CO' ..4. < + + la'ndachs.'Aii ; being I swindled I farms near our large cities, especiallyin KISSIMMEESUPPL. COMPANY '

t on A 0 repeatedly I tried to make direct arrangements -: the East are coming more and .
Hunter has some tine watermelons , ,
JI. .
a '1
NEWS
HEADWATER with a' canner for my 1 more into the hands of foreigners,

-co' a entire output. I some of them Syrians; while in.the I
0 ]I' Sillais has moved out on the r.Isla C ar- aseaaa ,'
reek a"ain.W } {; rC. "You don't grow enough to keep West the Chinese have invaded this 0"---- _'..-_'._.-_E e_--' -:..:r ._,Ei1tctl Ec._.--.et8r",--.e.._=. .r .-'=c' 1t'c...... ",
/: ;.Mis, Bead and nephew Stewart my cannery going," he said, "or I'd branch of farming, and naturally] !
sick
A I l.ulmnk: has beenery C 'Ilt'r. who have !I.,> glad to close a contract with bring! with them the customs of the ,
]II.IIIIL.SOII, of ( h.rnge/: ;you j! i$
I it i N on till mind again FOR SALE ,
theirn I been, sp"'mling the lat thru weeks but if I bought direct from you Irouldn't countries in which they have lived. :;
0 Rudy Mass: and wife are out at I Some of the Oriental peoples of the
thtu home find commission who
left, for a man
tither'I' S.II.I', in Hfjmlw.iU'1 : l 1
.i 1 I-'l"Id.y', would sell to me; I am helpless andso I Near-Ea&t, particularly] the Greeks I have 10 acres of good land situated about % of a mile from
\Vi are h-\ing church out at thelark and the Armenians, in increasing fI that I wish to sell. to r '
, John II. Haisdin, of WhitVurflitainul are )'ou. Orange Center postoffice Adapted oranges ;,
, , algal iver; >'bo , t tin lontiuit to. will be worth least- } the future. It oj'I
at
$50 $7 acre in near
< hunk\ on thud Sunday. fruits and vegetables of our lal'111'1'1' or per
Inn, and will llnishthe from Piiiutss Ann, Md: to a Philadelphia I also have
i' \\' .\ 1 ubanks', folks and II..J..1.It hod I. lli.nlwatei I I will pay you to investigate in this tract of land at once.
tllSrphoid
k tins, wt,i.k.Spltiidid commission, merchant Theywere ( 11 t two lots in Orange Center townsite, in good location, that I will give* ,
ll.li oiks. folks \'illt.dV.. I 1.:. 1 Iu-: win water w.is found at the full of torn und the birds were I bacilli may remain virulent .Ii i free with the above 10-acre tract. My price is only $350.00. The. I_

Ialik! Suntla"I \ : then onlv six house in) transit Yet the on the leaves. and stems of growing ',. land is beyond the price. Messrs. Len J. Munger and W. W. Bonney
and the' Mow I is !
mdall I 1'flee 1 Kaulerscin and II. depth 1 of .MO Tut chickens lost nineteen in vegetables thirty days after the soil I i of Orange Center, Jo'l a., will take pleasure in showing you this tract .'4'

_ .1 I ll.immk 'anll.d n bunch of \'l..f'atll \ \ of tin iounti\, for nol.', aioundMl I: weightaceording/ to the pounds commission I I is infectid, and the same germ has j .,. of ]land. (Address) W. L. WATTERSON, Baskerville, Virginia. ,

I<' DM, i to .I.I 1 K. II DoniKan today ... John Audi, ,'i-on of Kissimmei- man been found in the ground itself till I.r :;;.:, .:;;.:.:- .; :" _.-r-: -:. ,. ...r.r: : :=!.::: -r.-r.:!
will and from. this su-iess-
W11'I'II.lIand'K; : hog hunters drilled the bp\'pal, "I have left ]lima beans on the ,vines active and virulent thirty-five days !

i .nut. in today \< ith a bund of hoifsUlnttts /: ful dull In, was olfciul contrasts I rather than pick them, because it wasrosting after. it was infected. We have entirely -
for wills\ in this vicinity and ... .. .
the old that : : : : '
maxim MM
Huncock of L'H'k"oodIi'! given up "i'"iMMM------M-i.--M :oj Ti---'
:20( cents and freight ::
u hamper ... .. .
;00. :M.M.M--e--: M---O.<-:+:MM: ':" : :M-----M .
iluttii last \\ttk visiting his sister Mis; i I'" \\ hilt Iui.t i is mid "I>commission had to come out of I running: water purifies itself every
The in'w' 'do1h..u..p' .. and put that thrie miles the Journal] of the
W I is: l.ubank: of 7" says
returns tints a hamper
'1'111'1''a 1 n'hig\. picnic at the HlutV I t to I t",, built I htin, t :\1..d"1'1I.. I and (Co. gross:-My friends in New Yluk'el'e bUYing I American Medical Association, for we 1i tl! CONSOLIDATEDTITLE )
Si,'. will]
( lav .lohnson. will'11
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and aptain know that specific disease-germs
_ 'I! in d i\ I last them at the corner grocery at the rate i s,
1 OIIMK lindall's folks was visiting |hll,|| a imi.li m.ili'l Want. The I dock e-iuivalent] to $::1! a hamper Ae thecorner ,- \'" for days and weeks in running i! 1, .
b. l built out in the ]lake I water. in the L ;
will > It that I
lu.us. was presumed
"i h,. ilns suli. nf the creek, last Satuidu\ grocery beans never varied in
about :;>,0 in.il Sunday : I pi' l ii"e no mutter whether market Quotations CO.
: will l bi. u.d from. tin dusk houseto the bacteria on them. This i
If not tin;;'owed in the waste basket were 7") tents a hamper or $:J.
end of the ( I IMr has been proved not to be true. Rain- ,
I the' |1)1' ofpiaches
will write have shipped consignments
again soon I :.. : "I. "
t ; Joe Hut In, of KI.inimee, is in the same car part to New fall or the watering process necessaryfor B:: MAKES ABSTRACTS AND GUARANTEES TITLES l L wfY

,:. .} r.aC- paaa > Oaaaaaa4a I finishing i t the I surveying of lire i'oinpanv's 1 oik, part to Brooklyn The Brooklyn vegetable growth was supposedto w ,I '

{:. .:. forty thousand( auesMi commission merchant reported the be sufficiently cleansing to guarantee :;::f f. Special attention given Sub-Division and Colonization i,

4 *: \\nrrriKR KNKWS: I : r. and :Mis. f, W. harper, local! tar arrived too late for the market, the healthfulness of fresh vegetables :j.H. Propositions. r-
(of the :Modem) Land Company eaten uncooked, but when specific I
-0. G innnagei/:" and returned me $1 per carrier of six .
. ;. .:";. aoaaaaaaa .;. .;. .;} .;> > | spent Wednesday and Thursday I baskets on the same day that the New disease-germs are in question I''j'.' Offices in Osceola, DeSoto and Lee Coiintie '

in Kissimmee on business, York commission merchant returned i| this: is also not true. 2!. ,
Whittier is still looking forward i I As other affections may be transmitted :;: Our Abstracts are the Most Complete to be Obtained ,
The $1.50 for his part of the consignment"In s
new railroad will soon reach hear. !1 :; : t taaaa
Representative Un- in the same manner as typhoid -
One reason why the Kve"rjladcs 1 have seen the
John 11. ho- !
Baisden is the
painting continues to win victories in it is evident that precautions : : waa
derwood merchants' buyers offer- '
tel at commission
,
Turkey Hamock and councils I should be taken. The question is of
caucuses, conferences hamper for beans deliveredon 3J' 'a
George Baisden IH working at Tur- the that Ing $1.25 a much interest than 3: OFFICERS
is more wide-spread
Democratic party
key Hamock of the the dock. A grower tried a direct .

I W (,, McClelland left Whittier his positions are nearly always based shipment of !J hampers to New I might at first be imagined.The I P. A. VANS AGNEW. President

upon patriotism and sound judgment York and his net return was $3.50.
hm Monday in the afternoon goying to Birmingham Ledger '"A car of potatoes to New York I whole choir of an African LEWIS O'BRYAN. Vice-Pesid ,

hog camp. Citrus growers' association brought an exceedingly low rate, explained 1 church in Tampa was-jailed for disturbing -
Mr. George Fertic has moved in the The Euhtis I the with their in W. B. CRAWFORD.
songs
to its the merchantsas peace Secy.-Treas.
city distributed nearly $40,000 by commission
Whittier. during the months of March due to the market being off. In- the early hours of Sunday morningRUBMYTISM. I
Levie members
Drawdy has arrived to night 00000600j
vestigation found the car still on the
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from Kissimmee.W /and April. ------ -- -

R. Godwin is still in the woodscow -- -- sidetrack with the seal unbroken.The Directors in Osceola. DeSoto and Lee Counties.
commission man had returned ,.
hunting 666 I what he pleased and taken his chanceson i t "\ ;\
The Lake' Marion Hotel is caming; on No. his profit.-N. Y World. Will cure y>ur Rheumatism .'.,afiat : .',.A'....". r.}r-C--. 4> '..Yfi

fine. prepared especiallyfor :Ne iral ia. Headaches, Cramps.,
This i. a prescription )
The Lake Marion Hotel has seven<<; MALARIA or CHILLS 4. FEVER. Colic, Sprains Bruises Cuts and LEWIS O'BRYAN, Kwimmee, General M.n.f.r. i ,
Borders. Five or six doses will break any cast and CONTAMINATED VEGETABLESAs Burns O'd Sores. Stings-of; Insects w
Mamie then as a the Fever will not water-supplies are more care-. Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used internally s ;
Sayson arrived from Blue if taken tonic than ,| {
It acta > liver better ( inspected and their tendency to I 4
8'Pers' to night after a load of gro-' return Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. Z5c fully and externally.: )] Price 25c.


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f I I II tTltH('R'TIO-N C:!' IH'I1!014' AoD'III'I"TR&TION UK THW COtJNTr

"WHATCOLLIER'SWE LLY' PLEASED VISITORS THE BEST DitchingSome, i'rU7M HI'ATB'IDI.I.A COUNTY.Kv OP KI.ORIOA.' ,

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S KIND OF ADVERTISING THI"JurJS, ., S IJA.JD COURT.. .'
THINKS SENATOR BRYAN r u"h,V.' lM, oscar Hturar. has applied\otliln
j .r Tun Lettern e>f Admlnlatra-
II.." on "h,' V.calo of! Prlollla Baas do-
ec-iiBc-d. late. or ..ltld l County of Uscnola;
". KNTEKTAIN TOURISTS Itf SUCH A WAY THAT TIIKT WILL UNCONSCIOUSLY tllo-Wore. 'e. cite and ad-
The ,kernel of all that la I It 1'1'/ <1.
going on 'citrus schedule of the tariff if Florida nil. suit al-iK-flar the kindred

..- .,-.-Washington at. this moment can 1 Senators will help Louisiana on sugar BOOST YOUR TOWN-PAMPHLET. MATTER iind mould.'r'dll"" e>f ""'111. Ilrecea.e4 to be"
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t ., hit, JIm) )4IIr U..roro tills. Court(: on'or be..
be conveyed! to the country by telling' Then l'Ou'Tl"IUest me to consult with SHOULD BE liltlEF.By fi.ro the :'lotti IHV ol June A. D. 191f
town
I They dug a ditch!: 'aiound our 1C have
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miteS tile ohJi-eitlonH ny they. totin -
: the: story of a !single episode : the Senators from both I.oulslanaand iiriintlitir '9r lM.*ra of AdmlnUlra/.

The Underwood bill )puts a duty of I II .Mississippi U find out if such an alli- I To. carry off $.he water, till.. 'in milefe-SUUo, ut".*,.wla the lame
t ? .( Dudley V. Haddock) will 1- ur-nnt.-il. to rjald.. Uacar Baa or
I .- thirty-five cents* a box on oianges I an<'1' can be mad" I cannot do this They paid 'a plenty for the job *.u M.rnv' .,lh.-" lit".IIITSOU. or poraoni

'' When thia figure was made known, the* . . But suppose the alliance you I No better paying publicity for a I I moonlight nights, social features," Then what( the -'8the matter. "f111'\\itu.MB.. fount mi nntn iifoie-iiild..... County this the.Judge Srdil

following: frantic telegiam V\B' sent' :I j[ speak of could be made. If it were city or town has been found than that I etc-, woven into a pamphlet that, instead -+- .i\ ni l..icl J,tinA:) -T.l>AC.. JtirlM. M-miPHT..

,- by an organisation \\'hiehli1n* "itself"1 piyiItity to >flo this, would it not equally which is (rained through approval of of comprising twenty pages, B> 4. 41 County Judge

the Florida ("ill'us Exchange to one of | be my duty to make similar ulli- I the place by satisfied< touruta and I ihould! have but six or cicrjit. lIe Ol: l.THAT WE SELL ._"-.& "_____-_-----. .

the two Florida Senator :Nathan P niici'K with any other Senators and viJ
Bryan, at Washington! !, : agree to !support tariff schedules in with your town he' will surely I advantages: without having- to be reminded Clo\crbloom Butter __ n_ ___ 40e. Xoll.r.... <., lbc l 'In*. '.n'.*... .( 0..1.
I .a'" SI.
I( "Remember that the' welfaie_ of ',i which their States would be interested, i tell of it when he returns to his home of them, and: } it is a thing that 20C' '1'1 Ii.. I PomI, I "I I i 'I mini \ 1.0uuDII"nera'II

t and the of'''in .return for their for such' IIndvh..n the next winter he llt-st Cream Cheese----------- I .mil (o'" I I'M" "li. 100,000 ,Floridians safety support season! -expects. 18ci im.t ..n, ."...nda.1111> Il... 7th. tllll for
$100,000,0(10( capital I in I'loiida I is sl'd- II tanff on citrus fruits as you desire ? comes! tourists who have never before A "Brief"/ Example. Best! Smoked; Bacon - ------ I I Ill 'mii.Mi,' i'f i' \l I.." InK and ,*qualilni -

ously. jeopardi/ed& ( bj any reduction in Docs not such a plan as outlined inevitably visited the resort will come there because If you have good hahjng knywhcre I : cans Vcnhcst! Sausage" _ __ _ 2 5c /' I I'. i sui.,tli,,.11 I \I ml.j"'alll.I'OIlK'; i 'i't) ,im>,i IIx..Kin.,.. by Uatale the Tax and

tariff on oianges! ; and believing I that )lead to a tariff made* up of they have received (flowing accounts in the vicinity of: your town., tell of it. I :i cans Vcriht-st c. H. Hush _-. 2oe *,-*.. thi,, i "I l '"" I"" "iint>'. for the
v' 'I"I "" ,1'
well as ,, liades ? And anbody' of it. Many Don't such wordsas l I L i HSTItr.KT I : Cli>rkMl .
it 18 your plcasuie! as your can expect permanent residents begin by wasting: ::1! curia No. I Pork & Iteuiis u 25c .1
1 I I
duty to safeguaid sueh vital inteiestsin justice or fair treatment to the* whole are framed from the host of "Wending your way through the 2 cans No i Folk & Beans p' 2:>ci 11/1': 1111 11, ...ATIUN.

your ,state, we heir '.. notifv. you country under such a plan '! winter visitors in Florida and nothingmay beautiful streets and aye-mien after a mrperinent. nt the. l..rier.

th..l a tariff of one- cent a pound on Senator' Bryan's letter closes\ with l he lost l hy catering to this classof few minutes walk you reach the lake :3 i cans Vonbest Soup _ .u 2&c I I. s .I.find Offlrr .... GleVille.I'Ierid. .

oranges and grapefruit: / I is not piol/'e- ''II really eloquent expression of pohti people side, where for a small sum a boat II-Ih) pail CottoU-ne __ _ __ 1.35 .. Mar Itt. ISIS.
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NO'I. le'K ,In. I"r.by given that LYMAN
tive, but is neeessarj fin the life of cal iiite'Krity i Every; politician who, The above fads when fully under may be hired that( will take yuu to the 1 10-11)( pail riakfwhiULard! _ 1.20 I I.. N Jo'J'I: t ItHGlJ1'. of Orange Center. .

I the citius inteiests of VIol iIa., ''a' 1'iesident Wilson says "looks tothe I stood immediately bring out the point fish beds, and in a few hours you will Ciuikshank "Pickles and mad.I-'liii 'Id t. \vhc on I Novomtwr:nt rr. Serial 34linm'et'ad 1(11 Jj,.
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Thus far the telegram I is' not so I future"; every young/ man ambitious that the advantages and popularity have had such sport with hook and "."-.111<. fIn N'<4 of' SWVt. Section U.
I'I Battle Axe Sho 's ,. 'I 1' .nnshlp 24 N.HIili. KIIIIK28 East Tal1
bad but the Florida Citrus Exchange to identify himself) with the 'of your home town as a winter resort line that you will wonder if it was not 1 I iluiHKi I' ML'riaian. hn. flied. notice of-

went on to make the invitation to dishonor "sort of politics that is going to be* !! must. not under any circumstances at this spot that th.e famous Izaak ':.. nil"? i'til( Ion to iniiku Commutation Proof
m', )' lalm to the land above
explicit and, hortatory ('on- successful! in the future of the United :I be "padded ;" better if the story is but Walton won has reputation" To usea South 1'hone 221: North Phone IfiH i j I <:).:''';' I't'.r': : ;! tile Clerk of the Clr-I
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I I 1 lvJt l-inm.* ,
'till I com it o Florida,
,some : States, miefht; well commit three-fourths told. It is nothing but "lanJ cut the comedy on
:jideriTig all the circumstances! ( t.hito! expr..ssion. I t th i .1] Mh I ilav of Juno, 1911.c .

of the phrases in this uU'fffam add ;,I memory : 1 I I human that a person will immediately and bear down on the loud pedal with : Taylor's GroceryPHONE ,, I""I.J.11I"K'r.liilinittii' nimuM: an. of...ltn orange,......Center. ,

much to the joy of nations1 : "I have written to you thus at favor anything that he personallyfinds "Angling in the lakes is considered 1'loilila. ..1..1A.\ "ow In.. of Orange:
: c 11". i I 1.1.1.' ..... Jam... W Baa,
I I.eatorS I. ofi
"Io isiana has notified us that their length because! I do not wish to be mis- to be better than he really ex the* (finest in Florid. Boats may be Broadway Store PHONE i irimi.1. I ',....1. r. Kl.irlda; William A.

will help u> on ciluis* tariff I: unelerstood and because I feel as much nected before investigating it. hired for three dollars a day that will 250 250 six ,l'. if en" ",rig IU'NRY" :i'ini,s.'r. CTMJBB Florida.

if you will help their Senators on s'unar interested, I hope, in the success of Create Personal Interest take you to the best fishing grounds" .'1 i Register

Will you consult .. ith both the pe'ople of Florida engaged in that Winter resorts should make their The .short sentence with facts told! ina "
\0 I" I I. IOC III':III 10110.
Louisiana and \Mississippi St-nalorH in',I industry as! any other citizen of the visitors take such a personal interest few words. sinks in deep and will be*
FOR SALE
OKEECHOBEE ......, .. .
I.. I r hl. l *int> Judfcr. HlatriiiM .
and nee it sueh an alliance can Stud' I had this question to meet in t development of the place that !meinliered The nun interested! ill I
matter I .., I I.. . llecoia c uuBtri .
be safely jit-ranged" w" hen I was a candidate for the Senate t hey' will unconsciously! boost it. No fishing; takes.. it for granted that the
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These. 11 o i ida people an I asking i and I can onlv' say lo jou now, what I Ixttci t example of this! can he found !resort has beautiful street. and ave- Eight acres rich hammock land; \
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said I to I the- h'm..h .. III I Florida l i than ut St Petersburg to "we-nd" his. thxuugh. I Heis illl I I r..lH.r liualv... Itlalrlbn.
Scnatot tt> do exact gro" ITS I ,* I he'll- nues wu> : .
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their 1 II..m1'811" .. ,
t five acres set in grapefruit grove; ii.1.1 i nil I'rrM.tia k.staa ('I.I_.
|Iy what Senator ,\Idri, h u-..d to del (hat I ill not' volelor a |lrotel I 11\'e- TIll"I ic the I Ion id of liacle assists' in m aftc'i lish, not "SCCMUIV'. I ..r II.....,, ,...In nglt.t ...Id 1ia.te.

And I it ought not t to I t tak<. a long? I Demo) tariff on an> lhine*;. where'veT Krown 01'Kaniinilounsts t fioni" e-viiv state Such !Jitoiatuie, clisti ibiitod ,among, two miles from town for 100000. I l i i. I li, ..1' \ 'in are hur.'bj

oat,' mcmorv' t to iccall( I the* fate thatAldiich's m a","I 1 act re-d or produced I l>c-licve-I i i in the- Union into what me known as p""ph'ho ale'' looking for a place. to Will take good automobile and $100as .1. ," I ""I I i I"n'"i I t I" i>r.-H.-nt an
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acts Inoiight" upon the) Re if I should ilo I that I would not t b a I lou 1st Stat<' societies! The societies -jmim.l the.vintci.'. if pnnlcd on thepool ..1"I ii ." ..I ,I ..OJ"i l i"1,1.1 i .0".4." li,IA Which. aicaltiHt>'ou. Hi
puhll""lpuIIY I lltv I the. wav, obseiveone Deniixiat hut a 1.p"i.J'! an 1I"I".d" .in I ""..I.I.d, | | I in giving i public enter l ist of papei', will give: handsomeiituins first payment, balance easy terms. ,," I ", ,..,I, 4'I I' .1,,nit I 1.\ ''I 1 I.I ,1 IIil.ta,\ .1, < Co iM.d.lii. late

wold III th' I londa ( 'itms\ \Ix- YOIII"y I i 11 i ulvN' IUll1n1l'IIb' and in holding outings on. I III thefiiims. of 'in'W visitoi- Write or come. "i, I I. V .i.'I s ,, f N.ild "stat uii..

tin' l I.a\. amid i in t thecoiintiv' .j'notht.. he I If tlln. I W '' ' ' I ,I",I I II" .lilt. It'i.f,
"s.r. lv I Does) :: I' jmy.\o.:: i iSt t coming season" ic I- in\. . ,
change's I t.legiam. I M\.I .1 I I I I I' : 111)

this mean sec','plly'?!'I I I'h&1 appeal of ]It 1 is I tin .urtri) 'i.rai ,. of t ju-t ,iih, in. ; (l'etershuig institution famed all doubt .is t to tin. hoit t nmcise'1 Ian 'I, I 1'\, \\11.I I .i -. \
II \ \\
JI.O'XMill.
.. ili\nlual Oil nf <>i\vi i" th, Unite M.tte is the Sunshine', lie' a ', it
"100,0W() I londiaiis.. ends\ with this ( .MII itf., anil honc-stv, guage ing Jiaing pHipo-ilion T. D. HUX,

exhortation : as this t that niaki up t theinorahtv' of I mInt". .1 wint' "i gam/ation with u should} I In, 'ii'inc'mlic. .ic.d thit the altmin I I mi ri in u \ Ill>\

"Our) only salvation, \ I is in\ thi. Sin' ;a |i
I s nf t the* mcitiluis I avctaguig ovcisit !ten foi ,,1\\ I ". llt.i.l "fll... a' I.MlnrMt tile,
I know and theI I londa! citrus III.wle, on tin public faith ( it i ''OIIiKarll'"K'
ate, as you .
and sugar groweis' look\ ti> you I It makes! a good dial of .diffieneeto \ .live. v [' rlucy spend the davsin sign' w.i paid' just $ | (im.oii)( (I a windfoi I I (I" 1.1 10) \ I I.I \ :N I K MM: ,'li ' i I io-tda.. t, Mm hal, 17.Huh mi:t.i .
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for salvation" Senator Brjans fut ore. of eouise' ', u public' )pUI k pitching, horse shoe'itiil thit; i cmilima. lion ,li\ tlu. 1"1111)1.l lvanii I I' ,,,, "I ..1 i .' i I ,,i.l I liirliln w' IKl ,
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''I l I' 'i.l m 1\1. ii.l itN .
It is not too much to say that e' cry \\ h.t her the newspapers of In- Slate <|uoits and placing checkers and lailmad, semiTe, vials, ago -. I I . I ,,>i ''' IT., uf L,.>t. JI
inn-net I 1'hescheme i is u novel OIK, l'm'urticmmig wh.it the above p"'a'h.,s, \ I.I I I.like. Okc.i.c holii'i. .mil t Ilii. I I.> tr 11..1. .1, ,, : ,,11',..I'.r :NH. Sec -
indoise- his
Democrat in \VII"hingtll1l'Ol1jI""S- integrity or condemn, him l l ,",, ,'s ,,.I, ,I, .i I--M.utli, Kaiix, 14I
ii-ce-ived fiom for stunelinibj: 100,01)0( ) () I Floll idians" and then! aie do/ons! of the membeiswho this nine1! ai tic'le' tnaS' be ",m"al'I"'d, Ll.ldcsdo I 't I I II "I,,' . NE. "i.11.1 i.i.. h,i s. nlo.4
and Senatoi h41s ,.
men L , '.
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I . ''' "I. iI.l l t. o.tI e in. .ltIlR'
unel ,- tUtu lends to go to St. l'etcr- in a -.holt paiagiaph I'lipaie -hoi t. ., ,., ,
some of his constituents communications 'e-sjie-eiall for stmidinj; bj $ |IO". t I I ii. V -010'10"' I I I laltii m I,, T th
burg fed. the recreation that t the I ","I 1 01.l 's. I I. -< 01.I J. I.. I foi. ill. 'I.
'' simplv' ,1'alght.lo-lIw-p..lnl, } lilciatuic, anil e 'rk
which diffci: only i in foi' in andsuhj.t 000,000()()() of capital t Well I theicaie- ..t 'i lit', ''OJ'' I il KlxKlmni' I
from this :Macedonian eiv" of twei nevvspupeis, in ;Miami (One-) the 01'gajn/ation alToiils, the older people intiitain, JinnvinUi visitni-' -mil I I I'k, I"0..1 1 ijotM h ) tin} ,' hl"mlliol m I I.. "'I I .. II., .1",101"I \ "..f Julv I..I II:t "
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Kivct( 1 I lm'utli I I..ike* okiiil"oh .,' anti I '" ,,1 ,1.,. -1' V\ltt" MS" *
1' louiists i letuinnig j :North: remembei a manne i I that ul.cn IIII'Y' m iiluin bonn' .. .
:Me <
said this .
tie-polls .
the Florida Citius Fxchange ; I: I I. If. n n' "l ( \lu> t I lrida'
this entertaining featui, and it means I thc\' will disltibute. this lititatunanioig , t tin I I''i: i 'jlad. T to i.'itlu.r I F'"I :M.M'" ., , I IX' t.."I.i.".. "r1". , I.'1..il.Inin
'It 1 like "
tit ten ,
was u should
Now for weeks it wa-s a question a man I' M I Jm ,. ,iln, , cl .Mi, i I F'tlld"] | .
whether this attempt of > (>,'lal) Interests write a 1.It,1'I and "-"pre.ed sc nIl, new visitois, Hill sueeee'dmg season ftMitds, I his, because* t the-} on t tin Lull; in" I ott, I l.aud".I..I", oil I' '1"" ii I, ,s l I' ,.1-" ii ..1U.. t I ll'.m'Otl.
1)
( lu-se 1 two featuics ,ite. given merely like. town tind wish I thill, neiLfhhots I 1-1: < Illl-t 1 111-, 1 I" tti,' lltl, ,.st T ,nlantl I ill m t ;xit 1" > I 1 11"1111 I m
incuts t that \oiii .
to combine would sueiee-d 01 <-v :-tv ic-nl I >nKxiat must .: It. IiMl, ,
whether it would not Sometimes the have'I J will not votefoi' a (pi'oticlive ', as examples. St. 1'et..rstmrg( hasevolveit to 'njov il,' delights' it with U.ltl I I I I I ip I i 111 I I 111!. Iwill t I.Iiniti. I :\ ",, ti-4 ,' III

: tuiitr so manv things of the kind them I hem''- the, next seasonIOMOKKOU .\ ? 'Ii a .at* \\ (lid "", cI ami L..IIIH. I ,ifIn ,.
he- .
on aiiMhniK: .
atmosphere Washington appealedone ( aysnor Mill I 14 I III 'lIlItlJ"a| : \l'I
will he ''I I hat thc'V' will I lie I tieated I in a separate ) \nu d I inui' h alo'"ld"' n"< .. \\ nh', ,
way-!sometimes the III her. Probably I A statement of this n.itme- I ''I I \, H \ t M I M V i "\. -I:'II ",
iii tale of this !'I'il's. '! : I ( I (ii it' UN.' :\1"111-"- itin, Fot, \l\il, (0'' ,.,, .
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'W..b fiom, N t I. ,
.1 the biggest factor in the result ( unn'aI'Y Sc'iiatot Bivan i- I I. :I" ii Unit I I v i i.
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His friends .V (;d (>|pIort|' unity Open. m ii", I \ati i.n., _' tf .7' 's' ,"I I .., i'*ii. .1 'Ut, 'if"[ the
of President Wilson in Florida knew when he ., '
was the character ''II I "11 I .t'i.' .l i.i i ",lliIIs, t -M,i.
\ I was elected that he The resort with a good tourist pop-1' The Eer.lh'currinIil'aj: !" of Life. .'.T I ,I.- I 'I I "i .11 ,. UK .11.1 ii ,,1,1., .
definite would to Washington -
that he did thing KO .
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't, ._ not any I ulation winter has another I I" I I I ii I I. v I 1..1 II''>'''n' .ml will'll '
'' ' about it but his steady stand on high as a Democrat and would remain in opportunity ... the Day that Never ('oml'''. *- \ il m l. ul.h' "i...it. > > .IUIIIIK ill I II, nal
t.' II .h.Mjis ..I I *. ,
for what might be called free tl I it the front door .t' the
!r."i". moral ground encouraged others to a Democrat, true to his party Cuuil II.,"", of s.tld County. In K.fuilm-

j resist it, and made for a wholesome pledges. We"'even wonder at the tern- I advertising that Is seemingly over Tomorrow i ithe ever-recurring Sprigg Fleming A.m "n.., Fiori"Iltl :. tu .on following. the 23rd personal daj. of prop.Jane. ,

atmosphere about Washington Also, I erity of any body of men who would looked by nearly every town in the mirage of life. ,It ,is truly the harvest crt>'. :to-wlt
offer State of Florida. This is in having | CLEANING . 4 k.tyn. li. J. Tobacco 1 K..I tyn.. Lib.
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favoi of a !suggestion that he trade his I time of good intentions. The
the balance was swung in erty lull, 4 Huh No/ More. 24.\ Kali
take'
honesty by examples of individual I vot- to the- advocates of a piotectiveI th-se visitors! back home with young man of today yielding to the PRESSING Syrup. 6 Pat oil Cans. 1 Tin. Tampa
CJuecn OonVc, 30( .
them of eli litera- I rana Cracker Boy Cof.f'
I s
courage no the part" of Sinatejis, and I tariff i in another Statc for piotectionof pie-ee \\ gotten up temptations. of stiong diink expeitsto DYEING and .<.. I. rnim "Cracker Hoy Coffo. i c..
I FllIl'ida'"It.rus tutcThis scheme saves postage and Nun fmnpH Soup. II Itoyal 1'ie.lm Coff. -
Members industiu-s do he-lte-i tomortow Ihc'' >'nutiglady . t .i.., s\tui| H doa cans/ Smoked
&. I I'he- other paper is the :Miami in addition give the Board of Trade : who today willmglv engages in REPAIRINGLeave I It. r. t. i .IIIH.. I 1'l IIIIMN. 1 doa iana Corn.
What Senator Bryan Uid.I the that the cireu'ars' will I ft inns 'trim IS.i. gal liarr.'l Vln.Kiir 1
I 'Ilemald." It .. .1.1... thiu...... ussuiunee I '
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- questionable amusiments, expeetssomehow I Ic. K i 1 ill-m 3'%00" ( i.rri r> loa Soup
(onsider Senator BrjanV answer fait into the hands of people who are 12 I1IIIM" I I'. Hill 'H Kill .1 I.H f _' dot
this demand of the .I'londa% "he-nator Bryan will I ptobablj find to ease eonsciincc'" tomoirow w'Iroi' 1" l nu hu, ,is,. , I ial ..U..... I :In- t I M.I.: : t" i II'I \J.UKM luultrPood, .

to very ''that while he may be t the-oietieall.v' "01'- : really inteiested in I londa The Patents who are fully at\ am e of the I tH II. ,.ll lift 'unil I',. ,, ,,.. , 2 1 'a i in k s, IK I, pkuM 'l.a ( jatHjamil .
'Itrus Kxchanije Senator Bryan tourist returning North knows people I I I ",x M 'ilk 4 ,IIIH Miri '.' *...'It" fi Cat
call the I| meet, the piaili.nl vvotkinif out of his many defects of todav s plans, resolve II Hu 1' h 1 llnHh I il.xe" Su. otaHti. 4 duxII
made* secret
might hav a on idea in I Florida will beto dividethe in the viemitv 1 of his home who areeonteniplating for better things toniorrow--hut tomorrow I Sntisftictioti ( iuurntitced -"I '" i m",inln\i lint, K K iurklHilt. I IH H
Louisiana, Senators in exactly the way i I in the stat.eul1d 1 P"I tM 1./101"/ ii n I. a. ]in jam MtteI. nat -
(PartY in this state and retire him to wintering never comes When the gateof "i I ,I I".z I 1"1 I I lltittir. I 12 Mince
1 the tariff was made in Republican i 1! the literature reaches those whomit I I \l m, ll .1 'IIM \' III. Kill? fi ... ".. C "II"I'nr
fr he then have to the private life the new day opens.., it is not tomorrow >- "i.I |I" i f*"""I I |it' '''I'.'rl > h..1"I u Hold toM.nvlN
days; might gone : will bench I In addition to this the ..
To I I jii.lktii.nl, "..,..1,1,, ,lii. Raid
I put in words the relative but today. The fancies, the 'Bronchitis
wool- quaIlI < , '
Democratic Senators from the stories. told hthe circulars substantiated I '.HIM' "lilt i I." \* a' THAI II TH I*M '1roI. -
ties of these two papers would] Jepnve are dreams, the visions of tomorrow are I i\ ',"mi' 1''ii ii a....ri,4m. ( it l.in. ....
growing; and wool-manufact u ring( 'I bv those people who have ;, ,,, ik \l'i I I'n I In. I it.. .amount t of
;_. States and enjmeMred a combination; I| our readers of the opportunity I just heyon I ,
j been here, and this confirmation is 90 I t t. I II" .
for of the desert beautiful I IN .X (lit "lull
AsthmaBirch
an agreeable bit of intellectual age to behold
either to intimidate Wilson into con- I exercise :- I! p-*r cent of the battle to bring the or I "Lit, .01 11'"I* 17lh clay' of Mnx" V n
for I but that which fill ,
I themselves! as we approach we so I'
i cessions to defeat the bill ( It
or visitor The of : 11' I II riff
I I! new greater portion -- INIHAMo S I'
"- t would have taken only Rix I Democratic The difficulty is the special interests ; much desire is just. beyond our grasp I --- :
. those wl.o have never been to Florida I 1-
Senators ) What Senator Bryan actually are usually organized, and the people ,, wish to be ","shown" and if a near How many delay the known duties of Mountain Herb Tea lit K: "Mi

did was to write the Florida : are not. It is easy for a few beneficiaries i I the hour and when the clock strikesthe I "ll-i( I-.mlIT: : flI-FII. "T...
neighbor whom they have known for Has
i no Equal. I
Nothing
Citrus Exchange a very frank letter, of a !special privilege to get expected signal there will be no I In Ihr I lr<.nil I ..u,.. Tlh JuHlrl.l <..lrI >
1. 'together anej, call themselves '' years boosts jour town it is nine i response' Neglect has taken captiveresolutions ....1.. "INIe .., 'Ie..ld. ............ 'ev...
the of which is contained in 100- Just Good.
_ point as
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In' .
chances! to one that they will join inthe j I' ; bunorry "Hl'tlaa
these It is admirable 000 1 londians"; but there is no Delay has closed the
; paragraphs really an easy
pilgrimage( to the Peninsula the I, M H In.lull "O"II|,", 4 ,; little sermon on protectionI way for 100,000 real 1 Floridians to following season. i doors of opportunity. We must redeem I Better than ready-made I I linn, I I.H iiiiP, Malllilh I I Uorv' "I'.'II. hIS
make themselves hoard. Collier's the present time Look hack any medi- wlf I ..I..i r. M.In, nt(' H Hill to i .iIl(,' t
and honesty; cines. It is and I. "u.I "In.in Tltl.I .
Brief Literature guaranteedmore
: "Florida. is I Democratic and has indorspl Weeklj l'aymt.I i over the past. Signal lights are stjllburning effective purer than eir.lrr. of I'ubll..tlo..
I Advertising literature should he anything i I|
| __ __ __ Plans! resolutions, Ti .
vows I II. 11.'f.'n.latit\ H .nltn\. nain.ailiiK "!1.It 1.
: among other things! the position The I I compiled briefly and to the pointPeople I; either incomplete unfulfilled known to the medical profession. II |1'1"| In" afllda\lt u"', ,'d to
or There
: taken bv t he I Demociatic' l paityi i, Crown Paper Company is preparing I Made at home in five minuteseven Illl of ''impliilnt 1 till.d In th. ali'v
who waste time in .
I perusing : is father who knows \\'h'ill.I.I .
a the value
to the of the "H"h..1 'th.' d..r'n"I"r.'
!
: \ ;: I \ upon the tariff question| .V \er> mm- open only large indus- long and tedious publicity matter are I! by a child. Purely vegetableand ,, I.'. II hint I Mil tilIn fxiru 1....11. his
I try of its kind in Sanford with a CaPacitY I family altar. He hopes some day to wit it". nmi.iiHldiiita of. th. I'nlti' *!
t r :' j pIe method of ascertaining whether a 'I of usualfy the people who are satisfied erect one in his home The one contains no alcohol, narcoticsor I H'n'' N an.I. that, thilr r.-siditisl, ncl-
I believes in a principle iswhether 5,000,000 wraps in eight supreme poison. If are sufferer dr. n" IH 'l; (Jin' i-ii Victoria Str.it', (..onrt -
person emain you a
to where The "fol-
.
I hours they are. I question,, is, when Here is a in. s \\' |;,,lot 11.,1, that. Maid I di.f.nnlHnr. ....
j ht' will shrmktrom having it low-up" system is the plan to form Asthma .' MI .h. ov.r th.. HK" of. 21 1 setrl.
pursue I
I mother who knows the importance pf, 'land) I Unit.. t .. ln
I th ) I( r I h.. holdi "f .n :
; applied to himself We ought not to i iI | because if is interestedin Bronchitis .. land
The first block of brick a man really using{ all the means of grace, daily ".\ or in Slid r. .ml tltli-I to thi tracts lIt
I be willing to apply a principle of il paving has I In, MII\II 1,111 ,ls'riIl.d|| ,
he tact
: lCov-1 a proposition is bound to make : throat
_ l been laid at Lakeland. About )0,000 prayer, reading the Scriptures, attending any I It IH 1I..rdor., orde.n-d that Ih'" ..* 4r..I""I
I I' I ernment to oilier industries 01 sections further inquiries Those people who lung, stomach "iStI,- ,I..f'..n.lnnln htHinl are .
'" !square' yards of brick will be laid, and upon the services of the sanctuary. I h'r-I.l \ ,oiiunanili, to >iHt' to i1*
: and then refuse to be bound apt
it
4s by ourselves fall for S kidney
beautiful usedin blad. .
I the; language Someday she to teach the or hill of lomiililnt. fll< d In thl. .mini, oD
expects
much by
t; 1' i' ] I If we do Ihm on the tariff I I as more asphalt and macadam a flowery circular come to the state der trouble I or. h,. fon,' th,. (firm I Monday th.41 t II. d.7
: power of example in all these. things' get of AUKIIHI, A I I.. 1913 otherwlH, ll>.
i wherein do we differ from the Republicans I with the intention of spending an little I Imon..y Again we face the question when yourself a can I all..itntloiiH(. of ,,,\ltl hill of ,complaint, .,
will In '
in this most vital of all the of 0(141-mi an confiaiied li) i thi aja
as possible through the Birch Mountain . ...
i ) season The pastor plans] carefully for his -| tI. C nilnnlH *
:; questions.. which control their YOU RISK NO MONEYWHY It i IH fur I hr thin( ordWh.
: .t ,- ,. men 111 I, They set ,aside a fund to spend before work. Systematic study. thoughtful ,: Herb Teaat I .. imlillHh. once' .rd"ro'd a week that for c luht oo -

i v I. ., party all K'ance' they leave their homes and on reaching consideration of all claims once and if ," cutlvi. w.ikK. In the Klaalmni.. Vs ll. l-
"One of the vices of the of I I When I \l.\' fiaz.lt.I ., a w.-rkly newnpap'r PUD"l ..
will
system i here will take .
dollar I you start .
:: a twenty-five I: shall we all begin There, is only to l llBhi-d In its said county and male
protective tariff has been that one 1 I IIIMII. 22. day' "
: one industry ,I a week job from taking it and .rd'r'd this
,
a
MOPE away perma- regularly
AROUND AS THOUGH answer, today. you will begin MiA I II 1913. Witness tin Seal ort
1 ; .... will support another in return I YOU ARE MISERABLE. I nent resident who really needs the "Make this a daj There to feel as If life was worth I In. Haiti c'out t
is no gain living
{ for protection for itself Under such Go to your work with energy and a 1 work, for a mere eight or ten dollars, In brooding over dajs to and in a very short time will U ,I' KI\IIdjH l I-. OVEIlSTHKn Clerk of tl" clr .
liking for It You are as old, come; you I
a<
,, a system those industries which do you I Holleltor for ,l""r'
: "because' if I the climate see a wonderful 'cult ,
can ,,
feel and ; enjoy j
;Taylor'B fleet Blooil Medicine The of I change in '
I II | message today is plain your I e imn.lalniint' I ____ __ .I--
makes trade of this
not character are will put on feet, and make condition. It
; F ; you your give you I nty expenses at the same The future's lips are ever dumb is lust as effective in

I left unprotected while those which do new hope and new life-rheumallim time, I am going to do it." I The work of I severe cases of Catarrh; La I NOTICE.We .
Just VanteheeYou
I yesterday Grippe close
: is gone, I the to
,
,
: make the trades succeed in undersigned, agree
[ seruiinKprotection will feel like u cllntlnctly new The man that counts is the businessman : Whooping Cough Colds
For o'clo.s
i I good or ill, let come what our placed of business at 12
s That this statement is person If you will Come In. our ntoro may; and Night-Sweats.
: who desires to takea rest guarantee U"
. I I and get a beetle and lake a clone after I II |I But now we face another (dawn I Our (noon ) on Thursdays during
true is illustrated by jour telegram, each meal for a ft-w cluyu It does not through the winter, or to send his I I II Make this. a day" I goes with every can and if it does months of June, July and August.
in which state that Louisiana I taste bud. either I not benefit U S. FLOYD
t. t you ] family down if he cannot He
come. you
I I I -Rev. O F Scott in your druggist will
I1 N (meaning: thereby, I assume some 01'-1 doe This not r..m..dy help Is you Kcmrantred, 'ntutn the and bottle If It : is busy when he receives Florida lit- I j I' Advocate Florida Christian I refund you your money. CJ. M TAYLORC.
W
: GRIFFINTIlE
: r v .;... ganization of business men who and Ret your num..y. j erature and he will be influenced by I - I BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA WATERS & CARSoN,

I dertake to speak for that State) has I Price )1 00 the bottle straight to the point facts rather I II' The '--- CO.,
, 1L only place "sole. mates"aie Buffalo N. y. U. GROCERY CO -
S.
-I notified you that the Senators from Your own drUgglst recommeno and than by stones with poetic ruffles re-I| taken seriously is in the cobbler'sshop A. DANN & DANN GRO. C *

: that State will help Florida on the j guarantee..It. him Taylor'a ab.ut Beat It Blood MedlIclnea I'| lating to "beautiful flowers, idea{ i Sold mee by Ki"Mimmec l>rug Cc,. Ki8sim- I C. F. DIBBLE & SONJ.

v i I. POWERSJ.

M. YATES.

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JUNE r ,
6, 1913. "
= THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE '0 RAGE S. "'


I: F DESCRIPTION OF: ',THE ROUTES I xxx, \!: !, !xxxxxxxxJx! ! !:' !: !: !IiIiYifiJiIilililififififili!. ! ! ! i! !. !

Girls Who.'Never !
I By-

J (Continued from,, page 1)) Ing.to Patrick St.; thence on Patrick Intend To Marry" .JEAN'ROBBRTS- I Posterity Furniture !
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I' Mitchell., serving houses on cross St4\; to Randolph Ave.j}.thehce on Ra.n./'i! . I ,: .
dolph
streets between Robinson Ave Ave. to Hughey St. .

Main St." en route; thence' on Mitch.and to'' Patrick St;' thence on returning 1 "For good or evil, the girl of today to be abominably dull. That feeling Yi '1'HEold furniture ..IIke'our SiHi

j 1 ell St. to 'Drury Ave.) thence on Drury j to Bermuda Ave.; thence on Bermuda has become vastly more independentof I makes her shy at marriage. '

Are. to church ,$ti Whence .on} north, Ave, from Bryan St. 'to Hughey St; I marriage," wrote Mrs, John Besides, what about the cooking grandfathers, !Ii

side of Church St to Main St.. re- 1 thence' on Ilughey St. to Randolph; Strange Winter. '"Till recent years I f and things of that kind? bought is seldom found !fi

j' turning on south side of Church St. Ave.; thence on Randolph Ave. to Por;;) a girl had to marry to secure a livell- I In a book upon home management

::4tto{ Drury Ave.; thence on Drury Ave" I tage St., returning to Hughey St:; | hood. Now she has grown capable I I|I I was reading: some time ago the authoress Yil ti nowadays. ,

roe Broadway, ending delivery at that | thence on Hughey St to Dillingham, I of earning her own living, and she is I III ||I stated that the work iri a howe ,,
point. j i Ave; thence on Dillingham Ave. to | under no necessity to marry for food was today at least one-third lighter Thfi.old-fashpned in- a

ICoule ;a. | Portage St. returning to Ilughey St; II and a home. The "gjrl who really I j
\ Beginning at corner of Stewart Ave. thenpe on Uughcy St. to Clyde Ave.; I does not care to marry-who' imagines -,''|,',years back. The wife, as far as labor egrity and solidness of

and Emmett St., serve Emmett St. to thence 'on Clyde Ave. to Portage St, she has some vocation in life in the house went, has an innrite- construction is almost

Orlando Ave,; thence on Orlando Ave. and serve the houses east' of Clyde I to which marriage will be an obstacle :'j'i, ly better time of it than her unfortu- '

to Bryan St., and serve I Lake View I, Ave. on Portage St.; thence on Portage -has liberty to go her own way." nat: sisters of preceding ;years. Junt l5 entirely gone. 1,

Hotel; thence on Bryan St. to Beaumont St to Dillingham Ave.; thenceon And she does. There was a time look at what science has done for her!

Ave.; thence on Beaumont Ave- Dillingham Ave. to Penfield Ave., when the /girl who didn't get marriedwas Hundreds of ingenious brains Kav 1 Time was when they
returning to Portage St. thence on II ,, been working to devise of
to Emmett St., ; popularly supposed never to have means making -
returning to Bryan I Portage St. to Randolph Ave. thence cooking, ; furnitnre of the fathers !
St.; thence on Bryan St. to Vernon ; 'the chance but you will be remarkably washing, sewing, carpet
Ion Randolph Ave. to Penfield Ave., brushing, floor scrubbing, and x
mistaken if today
Ave.; thence on east side of Vernon you assume every- descended to the children
.') Ave. to Emmett St. thence ]I returning to Portage St.; thence on I that the single lady could not \tyive thing else more easy. In an hour today i

Court ]House; thence; on to Bryan County St. : Portage St. to Bermuda Ave.; thence | married if she had cared; for it. the house-wife can do what once !fi and thence to the grand- Yi :
ion Bermuda Ave. from Hughey St. toPenfield : took a wife two or three. Just thinkof y;
from .
Vernon husbands today ,
AVP. to Rose Ave. "If women don't-want -
; Ave.; thence on Penfield what sewing must have been beforewe x children. '
;
thence on Rose Ave to Emmett St. 1 ," I read in a ]ladies' paper, "whose r ;
; I| Ave. to Clyde Ave.; thence both sides had the sewing machine! ;
thence on Emmett St. to Vernon Ave. ''of i I fault is it? Is it because women revolt i : That I
thence on Vernon Ave to Verona St.; Clyde Ave. from Portage St.' to | against household duties or that "A very large number of men," she I was what'we i
McLaurin Ave.; returning to railroad; remarks, "have found out how remarkably !Ii
returning to Emmett: St. thence | they have come to know better whathusbands' call "Posterity" furniture.
; on '
j thence on street along railroad to Orlando easy it is to mend for them-
Emmett St. to Beaumont Ave.; thenceon j Ave.; thence on Orlando Ave.to I' really are ? Women read- selves. I know bachelors who live in I I It is the kind of furn-
Beaumont Ave. to Verona St., returning Patrick the papers. They know that marriage '
St. thence flats
; on Patrick St. whose rooms are stocked with
to Emmett: St thence does not mean 'happy ever after.
|
Emmett
; on I to Beaumont Ave., returning to Orlan- every time and labor saver. in house- iture we sell---depend- I
awful isn't it? Butit's my
St. to Orlando Ave. thence- That's ,
; .on I do Ave. thence hold work. :
Orlando Women
; on Ave. to do not appear to
Orlando Ave to Verona St. thence I belief that husbands are as good as
I v II able
; Bryan St.; thence on Bryan St to I be so well acquainted with, them, and< old-fashoned furniture -
on Verona St. to Stewart Ave. I they ever were-better in very many
returning Stewart Ave.; thence on Stewart Ave.to it is to be feared that a very large
to Orlando Ave. thence ways-and that the girls of today are x in
; on new only style x
post office. I number of young girls, having no acIuaintance I .
Orlando Ave to MabbeUe St., return- |I far 'too sensible to judge husbands '
: Schedule of Carri..rKHoule ( with household work
are and
ing to Verona St.; thence on Verona ]'by the awful examples the newspapers Ii design.
of
1. shy marriage, preferring the workin
St to Beaumont A\e. thence ;i chronicle, simply because they
; on 1st Trip-Report 8 a. m. ; leave 9 a. offices or other work places to We have bed
Beaumont Ave. to Mabbeltc St. i are too exceptional. No, there's someother i room
returning m.; return 11:2(5: ( a. m.; end 11:30:: a. work they dread because they are ig ,
to Vernon Ave; thence on m.; total :3! hrs.. :HO min. reason why, in the girls' minds, norant of it" suits chairs and rockers '
Vernon Ave. Mahhetti: St. thenceon husbands have depreciated in value. x I
; 2nd Trip Report. 1 1\0::! ) p. in ; leave |I Is that the reason why the business]
both hides Mabbftte: St. to Rose ;I There was, a case in one of thepapers tables in short -
---
I complete
2 p. m.; return 4.2.;> I p. m. ; end 1MO::\ p. girl so often turns a cold eye upon 1 x a f fyj
Ave thence on Hose AveA to the other day which perhaps '
VerpnaSt. m.; total :{ hr.-. the unhappy gl'nUl'manho seeks'her : '
., returning to' :\1111.1"11 l St ; thence :(I.'d. l Trip--Report 4:30:= p. m. ; leave 1 throws light on some of the reasons i i j as, his wife? ..Y1; line of the best"posterity" ,

Muhhflte: (' St. to (Clyde Ave. thence !1:1: !;, p. .; return" 5:55: p. m.; end, (Iil'r i that induce many women to look t If girls are JOIl1gto give up things goods.
on i I lyilr'' Axe to ViMona:;, n'lurn- askance, at marriage.A ''I
], m.; total I 1 hI'0:!() min. i when they mangy, they will only do, I
tug( .Mablicttc: ,. S1, tlvnri- on :Mabbett with, salary. of
Total for day, H hoursK.mlcs :; gentleman a it for a husband that will compensate ,..Y1 .
<' St to ]Dillinghum) Ave ; thence 2 and ::1{ $:!,foo() a year found himself, in a disagreeable them for the sacrifice. You fellows .

01 !In'ilinghuin! Axe lo Vi. runu St., returning I It 1 Trip Report, X a. m.; leave 0 predicament through" his must look about them and qualify x Osceola r

to !!\Mnl.ln.ti( St t ; thence onMal.l.ctle a. m ; )leturn i I 11 Ir: :, '1,111.; end I 12 m.; \\ If.. being, "xvound up." She had t hi'inM-lvc-" , to he the husbands girls !f g4NGt"'
St to I Keitnud.i: Athence; t little I business in town,
I a
I total I hour-" opened a want. A ftn'nd i of mine was rejectedsome
on" lo! mi.la; Axe to. Siimnei St.t ; 2nd Trip Hcpoit. :li! p. in.; lease Ui::\() teal had run (it with some considerable tune back by a lady, who afterwards Y1 Hardware ;

thei., imi Sunuiei t Silo liillinghain/ l 1'. nt ; return f,..",;, |1' lit; viol l I 15; p. m.; acres till things' went wrong) confided to me that he was ,

Ave., returning to Randolph Axe ; total .1 hour and the poor' lady's efforts' to put tlwmrilo'llt ,I, "really a dear, nice kind creature, but x; "
I Company .
then < on ICiin.liilph Axe to liniinett: failure. So her creditors tand'the J.;
with
Total for slay eight' hours met she could not idea of spend-j t Al '
St. i leturning to Veiona. St ; thence The down her, and thebusiness fl I I I"
thud' trip for carrier on route came upon ing all her evenings in his company. t Kissimmee .:- .:- -:- Florida FY1yty1
on \i-ionu" :St.; lo Mlliiighum I Axe.; :'\n. I is i a liusmex.s delivery only. xxas wound up to the tune of Me has not two idas, (in his head, and
th('"(. on I lIt1hll/"harn> | ) A\r to Emmett: thirty cents on the dollar. Then the prospect of passing, the long ev- !fi

St i running( to Vciona :St thenceViona Monuments: Dedicated. some, of the creditors suggested' that ening hours with him while he readto 1 1y1y1I! y1y1y1! y1 Y1y1y1y1Y1! Yy1y1! 1 !fi j!fifi! Y1 ylYfyfy111Y1 e)

i ',' \ St tu ,Clxile Axe thence, The election (of officers, hy the Vetran. her husband ought to do the handsome her the; reports of the day's foot- ---- -- i 1

j 0,1 t'lyde: AI'i I Emmett: St., returning this afternoon was preceded by thing and make up the deficiency. ball was simply too much for her. Then ho came upon her accidentally.She Understood Women and had bided his :.

,to Verona :St ; thrnlfe!,, on VeronaSi a lively dJM'u.ssiun. which followed. the Wasn't, the lady his wife? The poor What would a husband think of a wife was so gentle) and feminine that: time came to her. (,''

to Ko.-e Av,'., thence on Hose Ave. "report of the committee on credentials man pleaded that he had really never who read a cookery book to him for a his caution almost deserted him; but !i Shortly afterward they were mar- ,

to Emmett St. ; thence on Eiiiinett; t St This committee reported. that drawn. a penny from the business-, ' couple of hours every evening. The -hl! soon convinced him that the goodhe ..

to ('lyiii1 Ave. ; t thence on (Clyde Ave credentials, lie withheld. from General! that he loathed ,it--that he had .done bachelor girl trots h" c, and there and ,, had disrux'ered her doing by st alth I i The Bachelor, feeling unaccountably told .

to Bryan St returning to I Kmmett St. ; \\.J Mehan, of New Oilcans, because all he could to persuade his wife to tastes a vastly laige imv>.jnl of pleasure I Wlif not half ironic pleasantry, at but safe, made thank offerings to >

lhenA "" Kinini-tt; St. to I MllmghamA it was alleged, he belonged tot give it up. But the good lady declared in her spare hours that she used least a mere caprice. the god of caution. ;'

thence on Dillinghuni, A\('. to two Confederate Veteran organizations that it wan absolutely. impossible I to. Some times", i o doubt, she becomes laving defended with porcupine : rr

I lit, :'. at. SI. reluining' to Emmett: St. ; tieneral Behan mounted theplatform she should, stop, at home "doing. noth- I a mere pleasJie' seeker. But quills the supersem>itiveness of her I Now that vacation time is drawing r fi?
lhni'" < on J E"ll1"'tit: to HertnudaAxe. children to look I :i
and denounced the recommendatioii I ,ing. She had no even those who do not want more she .
went home alone and
heart, I near, the office man says half a loafer J Jis
returning to Emmett St.; thenceon of the committee us mali- I after, and she found housework so '': amusement than the girl did once cried. Cried because the poor cau- better than working all the time. i1
Emmett St. to Bermuda Ave., returning cious. dull, after of.work in the city, time. \:
years a
upon
tious Bachelor didn't possess the insight Nothing looks grander than the '
to Hndolpli ,Ave; thence on There is. no sense in arguing 'the that she "could not stand it." The "The modern girl will do her fair of a seer and the impetuosityof big automobile going out on' the road +

Randolph Ave to Bryan St.,.; thenceon question that Florida is'{, not a cattle I official receiver who had the conduct share of 'mending something,' but it Lochinvar. or more pitiful than the same auto i I

Bryan St. t
to Randolph Ave.; thence" on grasses! that grow on our prairies con- i she was a sample of the woman'of today evenings of'thit! kind is a rather I '
Randolph', Axe to Patrick' tit... r"lurn1 lam more actual food than those "bitten with a mania for bu! iiiu: t t'i Biyan St thence, on HryanSi I.,''
;groxxn" anywhere els1 in America, and ness. want brighter evenings than that.
: 'o I lillmirliam! Axe( thence, on Dil- t there anno cold winters, to freeze The young lady who has been accustomed I The young man who wants "]er" to I II I !

hi host: , Axito 1'.11'1.' St ,leturninglo t them' to death. Proper care of cattle to daily excursions into say "yes" neds to be more interestingthan M akeYour ,".
Hi > all :Si;, tin in,, ,i' on Mijan St to and the, I time fit:
eradication of the tick will town and the hurry and, bustle of the.world he was once upon a -or
( :lyii Axe( tin-in" on (Clyde Ale to the head of needs to supply the 11
plactFlorida' at all the no doubt looks upon existencein t a longer purse
Put' I ink' St. letnining to Bryan, St. ; states, i in the successful" raising ofdairv a little suburban home as likely deficiency. NOME "

t thenie on I'i t, x ,an, St to Ko.c A\l'.; and l )beef cattle.roOTWKAK - - - - - -------___ ,, .w v vJ _ t
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thru' ?- on I IJd: ", Axe to I'atnck St. ; -- -- ---- women lay on hOO'tH, shoes, and slippers cheviots, checked and striped cloths, ',

thecae, on 1'ut ink j M to Vernonve..' ; FOR \LI. HOURS for all hours ? and if you have shoes made to your ir i
I th"iii- 'on ViMii'in, Axe, to P.iayn. St.,
order the material of tailored
i (iunmetal; calf with, an oxidized silver your
returning' t to I'attnk St ; thence on If a small, tailored suit he l not completed I
buckle is presented. in a smart suit can be used to give a charming 1 M
Patrick St to Hraumont Ax'e. t theme" l hy good.looking and appro-
; 1 that is particularly suitable just completeness,, to the co.stume. 1 4I
on lii-auinont\ Axe ft,ont Bryan St. to ;pi iate shoes, the flaw is unpardonaland \) pump I (
1 now for a house and street shoe, and In tan leather and brown cloth is 1
Ilughey St theme, ,on llughey St. to the result apparent to the most 1I
another favorite model for travelingthat I .
i| should appeal] to those in mourning. i isalsl.aAeti
Vernon Axe ; thence on Vernon' Ave. casual observer. If attention be not .
Pumps, by the way, are cut high at is suitable> for afternoon wear ."
to /Patrick St. 'n-tiiining, to IlugheySt given to the afternoon gown down to :
I the back and no longer slip at the heel with brown, tan or mixed suits. I
t thence on Ilughey' St. to (Clyde the ground-and that means the boots buckleof i )
in the distressing: manner of a few Paris has adopted the fancy
Ate lo Rose Ax'e. thence 1 --the tout ensemble will lose its beauty -
ictuining\ ; \
( seasons ago If they should do this, cut steel for its favorite trimmingon
on Uose Axe l'n Patrick_ St.; thence and style. The appropriate footwear .. i "
atin leather
a piece of suede chamois or velvet tbe- or patent/ slipper. -
on )Patrick St' to (Clyde Ave.; thenceon is jut, as important as the correct I
pasted at the inside of the back will, Of course, in the up-draped skirts for ,
Civile Axe ,to, Ilughey, St., .returnng \- hat. When we consider how often remedy the fault. The square colon- evening this ornamentation fills in the i YOU WERE BUILDING A HOME FOR THAT DEAR FAM- t
> / to; I'atink, St : I t. -nee on PatrickSt and how prominently the feet /F
( ial tongue is used on all new pumps, space to a modistic satisfaction.Rhinestones I
1 Y OF YOURS, YOU WOULD SURELY SEE TO IT THAT THE:
into view is there
to /Dilliii/{liatn\\ Ave ; thence' on I >ilIingham come 'any surpriseat I
above the steel, enamel] or leather on black satin are particularly -
Avr 'to Ilughey St., r. -turn- the emphasis that well-dressed FOUNDATION WAS IN "
. buckle.If favored for evening. The NO WAY LACKING WOULDNT YOU?
: ::=: -
you must go out on the shoppingtour top of the slipper is outlined, and the i

--- or to business, the tan calf storm I buckle makes the_brilliant assurance
But how about financial foundation? the rock which
doubly Jewels of other I your upon
shoe or oxford offers stylish comfort.It : sure. any .

Early Fruit is waterproof, very soft in quality, color can be used to carry out the idea i I the future of your home and your loved ones must be built?

and its extended cork soles offer im- 'of the evening! gown.
Is it seciire-sturdy enough to successfully withstand the
v munity from colds. The demands of every hour have

While buckskin oxfords and rubber- been met with gratifying answer in I storms of misfortune, sickness or enforced idleness?

; Brings Good ,Money soled tennis shoes are being worn' for the models for footwear. Variety insures ,' ,
of with a successful change!; and a fit-
outing trips, they are out place
i .- I I4 afternoon frocks, being essentiallyfor ( nes sof attire that always have pleasing If it isn't, you owe it to them-to yourselfto -

II results. Here are the favorites. make it Begin
rough wear. They are worn with '0. today by making

Fertilize for Early Maturity' tailored suits or long sporting coats. Which will you choose ? I I your first; deposit in this bank. You'll sleep

r For dress wear the suede-topped : THE DIVORCEE AM: better-eat! better and feel better if you do.STATE .

r I patent I leather shoes and white buckskin I THE CAUTIOUS BACHELOR I

are shown. The former can be

Ideal Formulas I IJ 1' gray, or any color to match the afternoon That she was a divorcee was her i J BANK OF ;

t I costume. Buttons can be pearlor regret--not her glory. Few, however .

colored and you must remember I guessed it. She was too clever

Ideal Methods i i. that the line of buttoning must not at covering her tattered but still cherished -I I KLSSLMMKK I l J I

be destroyed. If alterations be required idealish with the glittering mail

; 'j, .. Ideal Results I II get a wider size and keep the of the cynic, says the Philadelphia I

line that the manufacturer has givento North American. Certainly the bachelor Capital 50000.00

;I \ the stylish top. I never suspected her. Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00'

I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. The contrasting top is again! exploited He had been born cautious, and Officers and Directors r
I II. in an oxford gray cloth upperon had spent almost forty years in acquiring -
Manufacturers I C. A. CARSON. Presl. J. M. LEE Vice Prest.
I. the dull calf vamp. This pair of more of that non-dividend- ,

IDEAL FERTILIZERS shoes offers a smart and practical : bearing stock. M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest. .

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. combination in the buttoned style I When he discovered that he felt a i ROMA THOMAS Assistant Cashier 7''

Co. which will complete a tailored costume curious pleasure in the society of the
Local Agent Waters & Carson Grocery
I I of linen or cloth] to the satisfaction -I divorcee he was alarmed and deliberately -I

of the wearer. Other tops are of | absented himself for weeks. I ra

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_ L[v':, The PUBLISHED Kissimrnee EVERT FRIDAY OFFICE Valley IN VALLEY GAZETTE Gazette BUILDING.. //1 THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE I] r----or: . .Some- S ii.. I,



i I K1S3IMMBB.. OSCEQLA COUNTY. FLORIDA., tk
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_.__ __W. B. HARRIS r ., ? : ,_:. : '. OwnerS Tallahassee, Fla., June_ !5.-:The half one for cities, one for counties and New Arrivals '

J. TRIPLET . ,II . . . Editor and Manager expected tight on the drainage bond, one"for: the State. The bill'applying, }

.'1.... ,-', Issue bill did' not more than half ma- to the State meant the 'reorganiza- (

I. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy, one' year ....1., __________-.__':__tl.CO terialize in the Senate It began tion of the immigration bureau which : 'J
One copy .! *month..___....... t"6 . Unn copy. three month. .____ .40 that Florida I -4- :I
Tuesday afternoon when the bill came it 'is generally recognized J r : ,;
i'
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1. up, but the friends of the measure, "-needs, but Mr. Stanford was unfortunate -
All communications except from our authorlied correspondents, must bi
-. sl.-ned by the writer. were wine enough to make it the early in the session of antagonizing I Oxfords :"it

Rejected matter. will not be returned unless called for s.pecial order for the next morning certain! members in the interest of Ladies Buck, Five button
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and in the meantime the amendment good roads then on the temperance'measures
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Entered at the PoatotTlce In Klislmmee. Florida BH m-conO-class mall matter: I High Wide Toe. 1
--- ---. -- ." ..-.-.. -.- -- -'-.- ,.-.-- which was introduced by Calkins was being the ardent and somewhat I Short Vamp,
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FlU I\\\', JUNK B, 1913. agreed upon, and this enabled the fiery advocate of: aIL Hcnc they I i '

.. .. he didsurprise '
---- -- -- --- -- ---- ----- -- -- ----, easy pa'ssale of the measure. have held Stanford down, but Wclia\c the above styles in

The question i at issue was whetherthe them Wednesday afternoon I|

Doings in the Houseof proposed six million dollar obligation and got through a bill requiring railroads both white ana black: in all

which is to be assumed to ", to furnish stanche-oris on flatcars

template the main arterial system of for the shipment of ]lumbei, si/cs. 2 to 7B to C uide .

Representatives canals should be saddled on the entire This! was managed bj ]lung

---- State or whether it should be simply] Sl.anfOl'dCot his friends .. pow..r'l!

a debt upon the drainage area. There ailed up the bill and before the opposition \ M-IK OUR: WINDOW

( By (House Publicity Committee ) of signers of petitions for local option appeared no opposition to the amountor realized it the bill had passed ,

Tallahassee, June '-'. Among the elee tlon the necessity of the debt. So The sessions were stormy the ]last

bills of general nature. passed hv the Requiring insurance (companies to .when the matter of public policy in few days of the sitting, and it was I - I 4".

House of Kepiese ntativis during; thepast pay loses within thirty clays or pay this regard was settled the opposition store standing) than silling :Mernbeiswalked

week are the following interest em same at the rate olj ten faded away and the bill went through ] about and smoked and were

J'roviding for the protection and per cent per annum ji;! to I The solitary vote against coatless, and there was no need to try I IuttonHarris) Co.Bring
Appropriating funds for the State .
regulation of the shell hsli industry of the measure was Johnson, who saidh and keep them ni order, Adkms was I
Reform School and for the
the State and Ill'charJ.'e providing was afraid of the bill for the in the chair one day and continual! '
placing sumo
e-stablishment' an industrial. school] I Your Feet to Us to Be Fitted
I his
for order finally in extiemily -
of a Shell Fish CommissionciSubmitting reason that he believed the small property pounded ,

for gillsProhibiting. owners were going{ to be the men calling "(;el1llen1<'l1. we must

I a constitutional amendment of the wearing of thee I who would pay the freight in the end. have order. Acosta the had lay of
providing thai e>ne-half of allmoney gait or insignia of religious .societies -
The Calkins amendment provided that the house yelled, "I move, you sir,
hereafter received by the State lull to meet the wishes
by public !school teachers while per- I Ice lo pic pan a
the should that keep order yourself, for you
obligation be held you
not
School 1 Fun,) tie distributed to the foiming their duties as such of Preside, Wilson and Secretary of
against the State but .should are making more fuss than anybody I I
several counties for the benefit of the Requiring| the keeping of uniform the drainage district, only. apply to else] And the house relaxed fiominattention THE NATION'S CAPITAL I the. I" (..-' yII'Adoo; for revision of

public sehoolsCreating plats or maps of real estate. by county on' banking and currency laws.
to laughter
Wilson county from pails', assessors and Circuit Clerks 1 Immediately 'following the enactment Two days before the session adjourned .IONI: ;Si, \\ilsnn will necessarily participate In

of Walton and Santa Rosa counties : A concurrent resolution requestingthe of the drainage bill, which is of I the, i'onsiele'ration of this important
almost national j Governor Trammell! had signed / Washington l II. C lune, :1! In the
( now pending in the Senate ) I appointment of Democrats to positions importance, sincethere I legislation" to which the Democratic
202 bills, but the measures of a assignments' of nuanbis i to committees -
A bill prohiluling the appointment in the consular service of the I are thirty-eight States represented part\/, is pledged by the p1atformaol"I't..d
general nature were few in comparison announced) at the
I of the House.
by buyers of land in the Everglades ;
of pilots, pilot boat owners and other I Unrtc'd States at I the Bait imoe convention..
The number of th..mwere
greater !House Democalic) caucus thiafter"
interested persons as Pilot ( 'ommissione'rs The General Pension bill, the Seminole Indian reservation \\ilsein" J known to have: had a desire
city charter amendment bills Florida the' I best I emi
bill noon, re( -ive-s
a Providing that cities and towns may was passed. This is the first the wisdom of the bill offered le b.<. a member of the Judiciary Committee -
I providing mitt. e places of any State in' t the
Florida has
An act milking .it unlawful to circulate amend their charters by a vote of the step ever taken to providea amend I ,. but this, was impossible a.I >
to allow municipalities to
home Union when the number of h1 representatives
false statements derogatory to : (people thereof without reference to I or improve the condition of their charters There i I almost<' all\ the- old members who wish-
own were a are considered" ,
the Seminoles, and it remained for
mslilullons the ] .
banking Legislature.Providing j number of local and fish [bills III to remain on the committe-e were
A bill increasing the of the I that the United States government to act game She has two of her number'as,
{ powers traveling men and | and a number of 1 bills to validate bond I flout' Southern :states; ane] the' vacan-
Railroad ( 'oD.mi..slOn in the regulation others alrsent from home 1 lust An act of Congress recently ( hail men of important omnnttees, .
1 may votewherever :, issues nd other such "lections. Amongthe IJtwon, Ih",'re COM,,, dlI""ul.d among
authorized! an appropriation of $10 while of the. others. Representative
of in the Stale be one
common carriers
they may on | I of the general rm. fioni Northern: and Western'
Requiring the publication of names I' elee.Iron day.ingress | ((1(10/( and the appointment of an IndianI'ommis.ioner more important enacted \'''11 '''n. a lie.w me'mlie" I "'III ( 1\ .d I In. I :Mali' -

"" --",,- ._--,,,._ '" _____ "V' ._, ; It :Issume 1 t.h titthe rne-asure-s" whichwe're- Into highest' distinction, 1 of being. named,. ."*
: ; ; law are following : I K: |1"ii ( -e outlet. (e I I'liigl I : ( has .beennvgn
IIOMSST1 VKKSl'S DISHONEST: ( which offers fifteen government will] make appropriations .4 me'mlie l of tin Hanking.. :and ( ini .
trips I 01 the <
Ihe- bill drawn bv Senator :Nat | 'to I nmmittci\ on the
from year to as the need l larises i "nc ( 'onnnulti"I
year c
lei the Panama (anal] for the best )
suggestions Hr\an, the law 1 >n-I I II, f eif c olumbiH, athe eleventh
There are many people who believe I for memorial to to carry on this missionary re-vising pnniarv J Re (pit.se.ntativi. I :I':ngli. "nccivid the'
a commemorate .\ resolution asking the 1'1'I'd"nl Fit", lid"I ".e i .\ thl icirnmittee has
that when a citizen has never been : the of the canal The I work as the State has provided 1 a reseration .
opening ,
to remove all Republicans from innri I 11hug.-/ of the gov e-r nmcfnl, of
guilty of an overt act of dishonestyhe I announcement made 1 The bill has not been signed appointive of the' I Histiiet', \ I was May by offices and give due lecognilion t tin i 11.1 r Itlrt, < t of olumbia.., this \v"t
may justly lay claim to a reputa- I Senator Duncan U Fletcher of Florida by the Governor, but there is no ::.,., and this! wits prohahl\" mead Iv ', .
Honda the -'iv I 1 gh. .
to !in ( ample turntv t two
appointment oppot
tion for fire-tesled", inlegnty By President of the I reason to think that he will disappro\e Ins antagonism. towardthe ot I In i imembers '
Congress .
i
of ministers oH i fe w eif his se hero
no "overt act of dishonesty" we mean I I It. Hj' the terms of the act 235,000acres ; () The Congress believes completionof I'hi- treating" of two new comities, | 1 tn, : ." I iiimerit' 0" 114'1 ,hip of /public, : '
that such citizen has never stolen of land, the greater part of it and, hi- effort-, to om.it-, ehs-e n'ion
the canal should be marked by some I Seminole from a part of Orange", and I'tditie-' lln- 'etmmittit' ,. r- vitv uride -
another citien's", purse his horse, his in :Monroe county, and about 20,000in among the. Heni-c I 'le',inoe',rat-- I'V' or
.suitable memorial] and the contest from -liable . .
Buy a part Washington "( I iMIVellle t Ulth a lev -
poultry, or absconded with the fundsof I Palm Bench county have been set gaming the '1\11)I tlittd, t ninihi r ; gl
will arouse interest in the trade relations An act extending the power of the ane a 11\ 'n c 1111, ii-hwgtili c onie-s and
a bank. apart for the use of the Indians Thejale to anav' themselves against tin' |I'p
of the canal to the United railroad commission. flaunts it In.fore- the. J Histmt' t of Columbia -
Such a negligible record however, going to be assembled from the re se.ritat iv e,s \'. ho, had M'e'n for mi.r rse I
Stales, Latin America, and the world. I far An act appropriating{ $4\,1I00:i:! for ( 'onmiittii' Ihe (1'onirnuUee. having -
of the
does not necessary spell integrity various quarters Evergladeson '1'1 1 iceHepre.taitatist
The memorial can take any form a these lands the idea the Florida institutions of higher ,it- -i-neins ber..(. -its" right I in the
Honesty demands more than an elemental I being to estah- ( c parkman:; 'ic'mains: '
r ; statue, an international celebration lish by learning/ camp, of thi (rn'rn\'. '. aid I 1 is ('('inually
(conception of what is thine easy stages an agriculturaland .as chairman (of t the c omnuttc. onKiveis
A resolution asking' thai the act of a until, of e r Un I fee
a book a convention-anything that ism ( omnutte-e
industrial farm the Palm
and what is mine. Twenty-four carat on Heath and Ilulbuiwlnii I I ione' of 1
the jury of award decides is the best portion and keep the Monroe lands President Taft in creating the customs the almost ever\ ) (tit priiare-s| an enorrnous -
honesty demands that the man who I 1111{ foul"romnutt(e s He i (to f cuechanmen -

i hires labor shall pay a living wagein suggestion to commemorate completion for a hunting reservation It will service into one distrul with of the )big' four" committeehave '- luelget, eif appropriations for

accordance with the value of the of the canal.Secretary probably be a part of the educationto headejuarlers at Jacksonville be rescinded ) been ineligible for ,mmbetshipon i the l i-tnct I and when the !louse regular

service. This grade of honesty de- of State Bryan and John I teach the Indian to wear pants, as and that the former conditionbe any other commute\ ', but the' !iii (5- K .nt- tci shreds, the District

mands that the laborer give such concentration Barrett, Director General of the Pan- his native attire is rather scant. restored with collectors at Tampa, cut Congress passed a rule in caucus ( omrnitle-e is, of course" the center ofa

of physical and mental American Union, with others to be I Dean Spencer, the recently appointed P-ensacola] Key West; and other ports. :;I that no member, ejf_one of the twelve local storm.

l forces as he expliciiy or tacitly'con selected by themselves, will constitutea commissioner, was 'in the Senate I A>bill framed after the Kansas, Blue largest committees could be a member '

of award. will decide'tho chamber when the bill and i I Sky Law, regulating land and invest- of other UK.VI II OF MRS SARAH
.' tracts to give, the man or men who, jury They parsed, I any committee. Therefore<< '
1 .
." employ his services. fifteen best suggestions.The I'was a much pleased man. If the ':I.,ment companies. Sparkman is prevented from being( After ACIISAII LILLY.

The honesty which observes the let- trips to the canal'will be madein measure had ,not been successful his' A resolution memorializing Congress member of any other eommittee 'I'hemet \chs.ih a I polonged] illness Mrs. Sarah

ter of the pledged] word and violatesits October next from Mobile, Ala., ':work would have been handicapped to restore the P..nsa'olau": )' 1'- and harbors committee! hu In( 'n Lilly detained' this life at :2al
.J Iw I k :;
spirit-often by deliberate intent where the fifth annual convention of I lie h'as ;done missionary' work among Yard which was abolished by :Seiietarv ; -. :. "..1 one" "f the( most nu poi' I.t nl tin I f.umh Sunday| | men' riini' .hint- 1st, at

before the lines of the contract are the Southern Commercial Congress | the Seminoles and knows the people Meyer '.11 ( imgles-' It (011,1., ., ,11, I..gl- n(stele 1 'm" ( on ( hureh, street,

f' written-is the honesty which 'stiains. will be held, coincident with the opening 1 he I is to work among. He talks cheerfully A lull treating, a f"u'lh, i ongieion" Si, ,1,01.\. ( to i'l\ c.I and. I 11u, ( IHU, unpioMmcnt and Monel\, he i I lemam ro'a"a"" ,,, , left .on the noon tram

at a gnat and swallows a camel of the canal At this convention of going to hrs' new charges in al distrielIhe 1 and cin.nlelhill' Iti II\ Kv. where they
.
wie laid 10, ," t III,,, thI, |i, bur
Honesty which ends) with the ele- the American Commission of the Congress the midst of the summer and even famous mental anguish /lull. Jug hundreds, of million- of l dollar family y.
tilg )Wiouid" I Ihe)..
'/I/ nienialH is usually the honesty which which sailed April 2I> for a seems to relish the idea. making telegraph Il1a.I.'ahrl \\'itli Honda I""lng tin''( of tin large" .I t teoastlinvs funeral' services
eornp '" .
aI hi
I" at t the ,
,
I.' Idrnt'| I HI(
ut
has regard for public opinion, and thrt''nlOnlhrtour of the fourt..nEUI'opl'an The last hope for any good toads making telegraph companies' liable, for amnig/ 'If I) of tin -late'*.. 0"' 10.. >k \lo.d.\.
legislation melted) into Ihin 5- 'nutuulg. )?'m little or none for one's own good nothingness | iarkman I position, a- chaiirn.in of
opinion countries to study agricultural the non-delivery or" delay of -entrMie I. l" .
"t t1-.I 'I" '11!.
'\ v \ M t )Iii ,, ,
holm of the
I when doldstefn's lull creating( a t 11" )t1\'I' and Harbor-
--one's self rt. pt'l't. As the rays coopeiation and cooperativerural ntal messages : I ommittici ( I"1,
"a" hureh. ,1"1.1 I d| L|
of light filter Iriclar bmoc I good loads commissioner at a salary i of irnme'rise ' x HeA..
through importance
a banking, will make a report of \n 'rat of ". thou 1 I""I', .
iippr opi ion t\\ ( .I' II.. Bapti_ ..
I I of $:\,1)(10 1 ()( () failed lie I Eadl t ibiinh. 1 De
to ,
ular glass, so such an honesty mam its i t-sljgalions, a year adoptedas teat l-loud.i ,make- .i lild,, 1'loiadditional ,
and dollars for a monument to tin S.-d. hn- ,, ,, , .
a substitute for the bill which and .olio' I".hell| | (hUH1 -
fests Its dishonesty by \indir'eelion gives liver haiboi, '
improti
(>>:eat preparations are now being women of the Coo federay., .. 1 bd.' \Lnil' I \\ I .
0; This suggestion brings vis to a i, county commissioners the authority ""'ut. and only, through II"'t., nt II 0a I large
iliad al :Mobile for .Ihe convention A bill, thesalaries of administrative 1 nlunb", "I lin f 'ml- to
to employ good roads The raising ,'!fort-, of Ue{ mom' i |u-r' loss
higher plane of honeslv Such a hewing | inginc'eis 'pi i'M'ntat i \ spaikmanhave , '
Many of the 10,000) who willattend -- .
delegates officers to $::IdOO a veai and I - -
toward men and tiffans may bedefined latter lull. was adopted l, but the friends'of a great portion!, of Ihe, 'improveme '( .
the convention will make trips doing away with the, fees ;and, i UNfAIR
the toads movement do perquisites he (
with re-asonabli uccmucv" as a good .. not nts 'e n secured bv the :Stateentattnv ;
In the canal. After the ,conventionthe of these offices
fail'-minded-attitude. (ale-fullv <'IIMfcldeitd have much faith that this will help lie pic-i ( Plants, win apennt|'
Southern Commeieial ( Ingress ,, consaierabh, establishment A resolution' 'advocating the. ..1"'ln"I rd 'h.111 THE
it 'is nncrely a Ciiaht\| if mental will conduct | in any ekgienthe in.in of an important II", ". DRUGGIST

honest I ; and a. the heaven l isaln a tour of "several hundredbusiness I of a system of good toads, of feeleial judges by the people' 1 ( ""'"IIIt..e.. .\ ( 'hail"man: of thi.
men through South and Central
; >vt- the earth, so is mental honesty The I failure of the loads measure is A memorial] to Ce>rigre-ss to. return, ( ''matinee' Oil Public' liuihling-: md

above the elemental degree" which will l I Ic.i American countri-s to study at I i hard to analv/c-] It I is believed to I be to thepeople/ of The South the. tax 11- ( ;rounds he will, have. chttiigl:, ed.motherof Ihe J 1 ( lid 1 Joke, Miout 'Slime'Hung. Just
fust hand trade
new conditions and
balk at stealing a horse. or a chl1'k..n.but largely! because the Stale (Good! Roads 1 gaily collected on 'law cotton duiingand tin )lug "pilI'| r bar. 11"I .," Ile, al"| I 1. ( .nod Int-sn't \ |hilly'| | t If>
possrbiblle-s thaI will some wIth Ihe :
would wrest away vv hat is mot, ally of the- canal 'I Association attempted to put them after the war "n.tain-,," I his! rue'nibi i ship!, wpbs Pali, nlonimitli I I ,his Drug Slon

the propel.tv of a neighbor I b\ mc'ans upc' ning t thiough The 1 members from the rural The usual seem-s marked the closing ( , 'i'. Iou I hahi"(M slut te'd I frond,' -

of some technical loophole of the* law. fee contest' 'is open to ativ nwwspaper I districts look upon the (Good RoadsAssociation sessions While the) presiding offieeis the committeeon Insu.ei, \ffaii-, to loo> havi

..f The lack of this higher honesty chamber' of eomnretce.. board of as an aggregation of automobile were? signing lulls for transmission tin I omriutt c. on Insult aflaiis i 'in probabl hell 1 ul ti ode) commercial, col- me the old story, I that a drug stole
this fair-minded() mental attitoderc- orgam/aliem owning/ aristocrats who want to the Governor; r the houses'uJ lialfie, ,,' Florida. aheadhad= several, .i .
I was' plau| to
le'gyor high ""'Hol. or individual the State taxed for their bills "J.'pl sonictl"lug just as
suits the personal before' the Hou-e
possibly in dulged for
a greatest economic in general speech making andexpressions asking apinclinations '- -roeiel 'l I'lieu

1 II,i waste of\energy,pounds experienced Each: suggestion .for the memorial 1 i In"nc'ht, and there was absolutely of l good fellowship and regrets for /public buildings' and i i' .1st. in I the. world' is at that Ira-t,l one drug-

i'' by the nations of the planet; for should if possible] be printed in somenewspaper I nothing doing in the (House, and the at palling, and the making up I"1 SUM" to rceeivc due ronsidaahonI'ur i ,, t his about \m can't say

0;% and a copy of the newspaper I I hills never reached' the Senate There her .,
I while the aggressors in various transactions of all differences, I that had occuiredduring //roJ"'b through having Haik It
) : containing the suggestion mustaciompanv i ale hard roads advocates in plenty in at the,. head I is certain that an t life., ior article
o-T
r 4'r and Uunsferasure busy devising the course of healed\ debate the committee! \ ( laik will
.t a the letter of never' be substitute, lur| ,
.", ways und means to tale every each eontesl I the house but this prejudice undoubtedly L II, KKKSK: : : was previously the' thud, member, on / a guarintcul -

i '/\\i unfair advantage within the bare limit ant\ Each suggestion must he limited exists though many of them the. Ijurldmgs and Grounds; (eommittee Sim.. one by the Ki" inimee Drug

to ins hundred woids The contest would be loath to admit it After all ) lake for insUm\! a reliableurrmly
'
being 1
of the law the defense /preceded hj
anticipates I The New York Telegram : Sheppaid/> I. who wasrecently led.
says"Legislatuies I onstipaliun
just such development] and closes .July Ifi The awards will the other measures had failed Goldstein elected to the and liver
J Senate
atlernplsat of New Hampshire andHurnett tioubli. like
yes-
be announced within :'iO days there- put in his little bill], which he I of Dodson's liver Tone.
.: legal fraud are met force with, terday expelled a member for seekinga Alabama) I In gaining thechairmanship This I
aftt-r All suggestions .should be addressed had hopes would because harmless vegetable liquid has
Y i slip through
c counterforce. No oar group of men i bribe How foolish We had lots .I he jumped over Hurnitt ,proved,, satisfaeton i
I so
a to "Contest the } .1 liver stimulant -
Department appropriation which it carried
was :
who
have a corner on the instinct of cunning of whitewash that could have be..nspared. has bun mad chairman of .
and Southern Commercial Congress' Southern I small arid the provisions. as to the the (ommrltec on ] and reliever of biliousness( and '
f', duplicity Here in Florida they Immigration and
.1 l'' War bloodless Building, Washington, D tAn I I use of the engineer by the counties'' license pro- :N'aturaliationKepresentalive. to entirely take the place of colomel
-saneumarv or -is pose to men who may possibly without
, were liberal. But it was no go, and any danger nr restriction of
always destructive The bribes Wilson I
legitimate give so that members has been habits
item in the Newport Times : hence another of two I Ii may or diet, that there are dozensof
period
.(1. advantage to both parlies to a barter years I know where to go.-Times Union. generously dealt with in being nameda I
"Wanted an editor who can read | preparations with
i must before there springing
J transfer is and II elapse can be any The member of the up
or thereby destroyed, and New Orleans States sized up Banking/ and Currency -
write argue politics, and at the I legislation looking to the of I imitations of its claims
L' in the end such strike building the situation when it said This c'om'nltlee.
c'; as attempts same time be religious : "A stand- within the But Dodson's Liver
funny connected of Tone is
some sort of an average, all are losers a system highways. pat newspaper'says there are people next month, will hold as importanta guar-
tific anteed
and historical at will Reien-I to do all thai
The of is claimed| for it
difficulty I ,
ry by that boundless greed which is not getting authorityto who believe that a high protectivetariff position in the national affairs as and if
please everybody, know levy taxes for publicity you are not satisfied with it,
I satisfied to accept a reasonable con purposeshas benefits the workingman and has the committee on Ways and Means the
without asking or being told always I II been proved by the efforts made sinet' the Kissimmee Drug Co. will hand
sideration for a service rendered. brings prosperity to the consumer. beginning of considerationof
having something good to about your money back with
say by Representative Stanford to a smile. Any
r I!I get up the tariff
Quite true and there also hill.low:
; are people that the
I everybody else, live on wind and more his publicity bills which new person going to thin store r a bottleof
FREE ,TRIPS TO THE CANAL II III were recommended who believe in gold bricks." committee on banking and
I ,. J money than enemies. For such a mana by the Florida State Chamberof has been currency I Podson's Liver Tone will be sure

A unique contest has been inaugurated good opening will be made (in the Commerce, of which Mr. Stanfordis God gives us our relatives, but I Chairman named Carter it Glass is probable that of getting a large bottle of this genuine -

1 .. by the Southern Commercial graveyard)." the president. He had three bills, thank God we can choose our friends. I ately call a meeting of will the commit-immedi- I dollar.remedy in exchange for his. half

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'" THE, KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, PAGE 7. .

THE KISSIMMEE" VALLEY GAZETTE (
Layman's meeting Sunday, 3 p m., for typewriting., The ,day followingthe A ,GREAT WOMAN'S WORK'j' 4
WORK
41 Telephone No. 11 Presbyterian QUICK SYLVIA SUMMERS
j church. Leader Bro. return of Mima Gilbert to her home i -

Published Every ,Friday By' J, M.,.Lee- Everybody invited.. C. F. : she was given the 'position-of stenographer BY DEPUTY FARMER J! (Sav/annah/ ,.PreBs). AT PASTIME SOON

,n w. ];.HARRIS.. Parker Pres. 1 1f at the State Bank. : t
I One of the biggest movements . (
Miss, Camilla Morrison, who taught I Miss, Harriet Wilson of Ashtabula, :I which Is going on today Is the organisation t
P440040a0606400000 f the last term in L.ANDSNEGRO THE1F IN JAIL MANAGER WOODBECK.:SPARING
the public schools at 0., and Misaea Clara and Alice.Stute ) of housekeepers by'-which"the .

i Weather Report : here St. Augustine this returned to her home of Kissimmee,,'Fla.,, were passengers IN FEW'lIOIJRS AFTER COM encroachments of organized and, combined :NEITHER MONEY NOR PAINS .1,
week.
"
+ on the morning steamer. :yesterday fora MITTING ROBBERY. selling. "Interests.can be met. TO PLEASE THE PUBLIC, ;,
4"R! day's outing at Bradentown. They .
Mrs.. Paul J. { "
Burgess, of Tampa The National Housewives' League, -
; Dolce he which
at home Mrs Julian' Heath has
'""*) peratures and many Interesting places for a few About three o'clock last Saturday ofgania-r As an extra feature attraction the t
precipitation as In the '
s western part of the city ,a few ed and founded and which is '
W. A. who everyday of the Pastime have
reported by the Government days this week. days.-StPetersburg Times. morning Joyner was asleep management engaged -
I in bed his growing power and numbers, for limited the charm-
c : station at Klsslmmae for the |I at home in South Klffsim- a period
iiM The editor is indebted B. A. is the logical to the food
to answer
and little ing and well known little
mee, awokF, feeling a chilly actress
week ending June 6. 1913 Rev John Beers
of I
:E 4I 4Iy .' Clearwater, McAdoo for the of trusts 'and monopolies which have
Fla., will the gift a 35-pound reached out and .lowered the window .Sylvia Summers, and company.. ,
occupy pulpit at the
I MAX MIN lAlrr't Methodist church watermelon. Mr. McAdoo is becomIng which was alongside and in doing so been pushing the cost of living up so Miss Summers is perhaps one of the

'; Friday . . . 95 62 ing and Sunday, both morn- ( known in 'lhtlisection 'as "Water! awakened his wife Mrs. Joyner high that it has become'a grave ques- most favorite leading women In pop

,,; Saturday. . . 96 64 evening. melon Bill," he having produced this I noticed something unusual-a black tion if the average person of limited ular priced amusements in the South

,t Sunday. . . 94 65 C, D. Carroll, wife and son, of Nar- season as good a crop of that fruitas object--on the floor by the side of the resources should indulge in life. today, and her change from 'the regu-

Monday . . . 95 67 coossee were the guests yesterday of was ever taken from vines' in this bed which she occupied, and Called; her The' proC aion' of housekeeping ia lar stock productons to vaudeville has '

'. Tuesday. 9::% 60 J. L. Overstreet and wife at their or any other state. husband's attention to it, who raisedup one of the most general, the worst so far proven a most successful move.

I Wednesday 94 68 home on Main street. on his elbow to better see, and lo paid and the most extravagantly pur- For her support in the production of
G. P. Garrett, who will be remem- :
Thursday 86 78 ..221ooooooooooo and behold there was a negro, stretched sued in the world. Organization rec- the several one-act playlets, Miss
bered as manager at one time of the I
Mike Crown, division superintendent I full length. Mr. 'Joyner immedi- ognized its opportunity.. Combina- Summers has selected Mr Al Pierce
I Osceola Abstract Co., returned here
of the A. C. L. was here. ,. Wednesday --! I I ately sprang out of bed and onto the tion against this profession was easy and Mr:. F J.. Maddocks, two of the
Wednesday from Gainesville, where he
for a few hours looking after recently graduated in the legal negro, but the negro was too slick to and highly profitable. The house- most clever and versatile actors'on( the

4. x-14 I I 11.1 I I F the interests of his company. pro- hold, and jerking loose ran into an- keeping profession has been cruelly stage today. This_ clever trio com-
fession, Mr. Garrett will go to Tal-
other room and jumped through a exploited. The buying business, bined is spoken of gas being beyond

: | THE: LOCAL FIELD: ;I Miss Alma Griffin returned last lahassee practice on, when the 10th he will to be open admittedto officesin I window.Mr. seemingly impossible to organize and compare from a pleasing and artistic .

night from. Tallahassee, where during this Joyner at once called up Deputy control, looked good to the sellers.It standpoint, having caused a sensation

/the past term she has been a studentin city. Sheriff Farmer, who went to the was so good to the sellers that the throughout the South in the portrayalof

11 ii 11111 ii miii mini the State College for Women. I The ladies of the Catholic church I scene and located a peculiar track the sellers pushed their opportunity too the well written sketches they are

Bourd of Trade meets Monday night. Mrs. J. J. Griffin left Tuesday for will give a ten cent lawn social at the negro made, and with that slight clue far The women awoke, under Mrs. offering.

short visit home of Mrs. II. F. Beuter, comer of I went in search of the thief. Mr. Far- Heath's leadership, and now the least What the general public are look-
a with
relatives at Bainbridge -
Julian Montsdoca of Whittier was Sproull and Pleasant streets on mer has had extensive dealings with organized class of the country is form ing;for is something different and thatis
Ga. She was accompaniedas
here Tuesday.W. I far as Jacksonville by Mr. Griffin. Thursday, June 12th, commencing at negroes, having operated a turpentinestill ing itself into a body of sufficient size what the Sylvia Summers Co_'have

H. Brokaw with Griffing Broth- 5pm. There will be a fish pond and for years, and pretty well knows: and force to give appreciable resist- secured! for the present tour of the

ers, the tree people. 40-tf Rev. Chisholm will preach Sunday other amusements. Everybody is cordially their habits. His experience told him i ance to the combined interests Whose smaller houses. Their repertoire is

morning{ on "Not as the world give, invited. Come rain or shine. that the negro would more than likely plans are to exploit them.It an extensive one and varies from

U. A. Lightsey, of Bartow, spent I give unto you." Rev Lowman recently leave by way', of the railroad going matters a great deal whether or drama to comedy, giving the patrons
The elected officers of Hart
newly
Wednesday here.Men's of Indiana will preach Sunday south, and he started in his machinefor not the women enter this organiza the advantage of seeing a complete
Memorial Chapter of the AmericanWomen's '
night .' Campbell, where he learned a negro tion, but whether they do or not, all play in a short space of time. Altho
work shirts, 50 cent value League are Mrs. L C. Smith, there
bearing such a description had of them derive are numerous companies pre- ;
39c. F. H Lawson. 2S-H:: C. W. Griffin; R. S. Floyd W. M. president; Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, 1st vice some indirect benefit
the
Tabloid d
passed a short tame: before. Continu- from its existence. The and senting dramas at the
larger
)Fernll and Ed. Roberts returned Sat- pres; Mrs. Paulk, 2nd vice pres.; t
1 Do not forget that the Board of ing along the line of Khe railroad, Mr more complete this organization be- present time, the Sylvia Summers
Mrs. Ellis and treas. Mrs.
urday from Chattanooga, where they sec. ; Pfann '
Trade meets Monday night Farmer discovered the negro about comes, the' 'more potent its protests company seem to have out classed all
officer. The
executive meet-
went to attend the Confederate re weekly
'are until fall two miles below Campbell, and after and ltd influence, and that is why the others so far and are highly recom-
You can get twenty yards of calico union. ings call. adjurned subjectto placing him under arrest searched' press so frequently endeavors to interest mended by both managers and press

for one dollar at Gilbert's 22tf Owing, to the enforced absence of t him and found a gold watch and forty : its. readers in this movement. everywhere. 3

The Fourth of Committee of cents, which had been taken out of I They will have a large repertoire to
July Mrs.
J. K. Milliard was among the Kis- some members of the school board, Heath argues that as the con- j l

simmt-e people who went on the tvtursion the regular] monthly meeting waspostponed I the Board of Trade has arranged for the pockets of Mr. Joyner's pants, and dition of the market depends upon I II select from and will undoubtedly offer

to 'I'ampa Monday from Tuesday last to next the services" of the Lakeland band for some distance back along the track a I I supply and demand, the organized : their best during their short stay in

:Monda) I( the celebration. The band was recent- pocket knife, also the property of''' housekeepers can control the evil of j| this city

Bed|sprt'ud bargains I 7k! to $1.!>HJl ly in this city with a party of picnickers :\1 r. Jov ner, and which the negro must I adulterated and,impure food by simply '

I I II I I.awsun. :!:I-It 1.1 W. hompson 1 president of the I and the music then rendered have thrown away on Mr Farmer's cooperating in the demand for clean JOHNSTOWN: FLOOD
I ('OUIH'II!, is acting during theabsence I
mayor was pleasing enough to assure all approach. and pure food. We must rememberthat May 31st, 1889.
Mis Gertrude; Walkman after
spending of Mayor Lilly and is "mak- I who tome here, on the Fourth that we The robbery occurring at :3{ a. m., thetheif bad health and disease
the" vtmter here. left uesduy I for come Distance of dam from Johnstown,
ing good, imposing fines just like an will have plenty of good music. in jail at K a. m., and the property from food which has been handled
home in 10 miles. Fall in that distance
lir al lltlavan, Wis old-t timer I I 300
recovered is extremely good an unsanitary and curelesa was as feet. Water reached
r I Howard Katz, son of 1\1. Katz received I Johnstown one
If .its white shoes want Gilbert work, and demonstrates Mr. Farmerto often do from the I
they deliberate
you Robt Alderman, one of our rounty's a degree of B. S and E :M' ., at as hour after dam broke, Oabout 4 p. m.
has an up-to.date line 22t{ he a most efficient officer tricks of manufacturers The danger '
: foremost nun, and who makes the School of Mines, Rolla, Mo. on 1 | It carried away 42 houses and a r

'The Lure of the Violin" a thueii : his home at Bassenger, spent Mondayhere May :'JO At the graduating exercises LENGTH::, ; OF SENTENCE:' ) :' of contamination, Mrs. Heath planing mill at South Fork; 55 houses,

<.1 I feature will, be shown at the Dixie I and was a most pleasant. visitori I Mr Katz also presented a thesis on DEPENDS:' UPON: :' nOY points out, is almost as great as the 1 planing mill, I saw mill and several t

healer tomorrow. night i i I IMe i to this oflne- The Treatment of a Complex Mexican ( Contributed.) I danger' of adulteration but house- stores at Mineral Point; 114 build- ) t

W. 1. Sears returned from Lead-Zinc" After the close of To correct an erroneous impression keepers, by banding together, can ings, 38 railroad engines, 35 passen- '

A f : 'n's and Boy's suits included. in Gainesville; where, he went Tuesday to act as the school Mr. Katz started on a tripto which in some unaccountable way has I protect their homes from these dangers : ger and Pullman cars, 220 -freight'i
t 'i
"III' ('ut prices 1 F. II. I.aw son :2:!I-It toastmaster at a l banquet given by I the western states to take up his gained ground, it should be authoritatively -I and at the same time make the I cars at Conemaugh, 28 ho

manufacture of impure foods a pur- stores at Franklin R
stated that the 367 houses and a
professionThe "delinquentchild" ;
Mrs: W. B sent to the reform school last suit not pay. street car barns at Woodvale; besides +
for Alabama where she will visit, night previous
of will be !
sanctity
matrimony week was committed for the term of A discouraged manufacturer who the Johnstown Company Steel Works f
with friends for several weeks I
Tuesday I the :ird, being the anniversary the subject of Dr Holt's discourse on fiveears, pending further orders 'dealing only in pure foods once told the Cambria Woolen Mills a flour mill i

Strand wood $1.25 per strand. of the birth of Jefferson I Sunday n{'xt. The diverse evil will be from this court. The exact time will I the woman who organized the house- and a tannery. Also, two bridges at .

Prompt delivery within city limits. !Davis, the postoffice and banks closedin noted also At night the subject will depend somewhat on the exertion of ',.epers that he did not believe the Conemaugh' and an iron bridge at t
be The of John. Was I
Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10tfMen's respect to his memory, it being a j I Baptism it the boy himself toward prope.r behavior women cared whether their food was Woodvale. ,

legal holiday in this state. from (Heaven or of men. At the closeof and efficiency in learning what : poisoned or not. When the flood struck Johnstown
,
elastic seam drawers, :39cK : the service the ordinance of baptism -
work he may be set to do. It is not that the women don't care, the weight of the water, and all it
Hv Lawson. 23-lt C. II. Allen of Kissimmee, one ofOsceola's will be administered. Everybody .
There are two or three other boysin but that they are ignorant of the had gathered in its course, is timated ,
well known and substantial invited and as usual strangers will be
:j II. M. Porter and wife are visiting town who' are under surveillance, menace which is constantly before at 246,000,000 tons It carried
citizens, was a business visitor in especially welcomed.
.; their daughter, Mrs J, R. Starkey, at. Tampa yesterday, registering at the who by their actions seem to be bidding them. They do not know how far the away 2,000 houses! in the city, besidesa ,

',- St. Petersburg. DeSoto.-Tampa Times, June 5. SAINTLY WOMAN for a free trip to Marianna. pure food laws which have been, passed large number of mills etc., making; t

I GOES TO REV .\RD Parents ,who would prefer to have I protect them and how far they over 3,000 buildings swept away, entailing -
flouncings] I
Mew lot of 4&mcholl ,
The U. I n. C. will meet next Wednesday their children at home should see have left them exposed to danger, but a loss of about $10,000,000and

l'igalue at 75 tents per yard,2-tf at afternoon at 4 o'clock at the The whole titwas saddened this j that they are kept employed in some these" and other practical things which j over 3,000 lives.If I t

.ilbert'a.i I i I (hapter (House A full attendance ill morning upon learning of the death I useful way and kept off the streets, make for economy and good health, the destruction was great, so

Miss: :Minim Roger I left Wednesday quested, as matters of extreme im- of Mrs il. F'. (dallowa\; which occurred whether boys or girls. An active are the things which the Housewives' were the gifts of sympathetic people; +

fen a month's stay at her old home in poi lance will be considered at the home of her husband on child naturally wants to "be doing," I league is teaching It is putting information I $2'iOO,000: in money was contributed, 4

nnsylvuma I I'lndlej street at 7W:: o'tlock I and if not kept doing something help of vital importance into besides clothing! food and other neces-
Married: on Sunday, June :2, JohnK. Mrs Galloway; was one of those ful will be I
I certainly doing something their hands and enabling them to protect sities of life to the amount of $1,000)i-

Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone K.8 Merntt: of I oughman and :Miss sweet hrisuan women whose lives I harmful It all depends upon the sug both the family heafth and the i I II 000) I

for your wood $1.:2r! > and $2.00 per Philora llaight of this tit) H.v..1. make the world btttti. and whose ser- I rcstioiis" made by environment on the I family pocketbook from an undue I several] hundred thousand dollars were'

strand 7tf Ii Sibirt performing the tiremonyat Mttwas ever .ady to the suffering/! i i pla-stu mind. : strain. I contributed by benevolent societies.

the :Methodist' parsonage and needy. The memory of suih; a''I
Mis II. \\'. Pa: ,""'tt uti" in/ ''I 1 si'l I II II
life, and its reward beyond serves to
,n .I Iiy firm a thut \%<.iKs' Slit w'.l 1 \I,1.. I-:Mis, of ( anulla, (da; and .
I I
paliate] the sense of sadness which
I u I itu"<'s at I IM. flah< 'her 1' two daughters, Mis C, A. .lohns I I I
overshadows the hearts of her loved
s and Mrs: (. l II.> I' Thompson I of F 1'it/. .

!Deputy> Shu iff I I.. J K I laiimi' i I' made gerald, da; are lure for a short visit onts "The Season of Travel"In '.
She is survived her husband
: by ,
a professional 1 1 trip) t 10 Ta"'paollday." with thin son and brother, T. W
Mr II, I F. and chil ,
II 1'\\turning the following day (.Ills dallowav, eight .,
drl'duinesMlle; (Ga.1) 1I..ald.. .
hulgf S. I)I. I Inker of SI. ( loud j , I'astim.I :Mrs dallowa; .
I :Manage Woodbitk, of the ) was a sister of :Mrs anticipation of it we now have in stock ji
was ill the city. Saturday and paid has seiurud for Saturday night u W B 'Ifarris, wife of W B Harris, .
:
t this office an appleti.iUd' all aerial three-reel feature presenting owner of the Valley fJa/ttte an unusually attractive line of .

See W D.J.Sunnier for designs and :Martha Russell in "Ihtir Li'I'M bj a Trunks Suit Cases and Hand
r (0\1'11) ; I OF MRS I'IUS'JLL.SS I BagsAt
Inc.id. admission. of and
prices of white. bron/f monuments, I : Kigular; > ; ,

statues, gray' covers, headstones: :1-tf,!etc 'I.0. cent: I last Saturday afternoon the"! Death the lowest prices consistent with good .

JU 11.\\111 I ) Drown and wife, ]leave : Angel tame and summoned :Mrs' Pris I values'' 1'
The business I thai will. rune" before tilla (fuss to take her departure for ..
Ohio be
tonight for :Ml Pleasant] to ,
the Board of 'll 1 Midi muting :Momlav when her eternal home above, and her remains -
docent until September 1st, they .
night demands the attention of every were laid 10'e t in Rosehill r .
will I return and build] a home on the
mi'mber. cemetery on Sunday, RtA. .1.I Holt ;
property, they recently purchased oilBal'lJ'au'M
performing the last sad rites Deceased -
!
Wanted-500 fumiles in Kissimmee )Island KA TZ
was the widow of the late ;
IIJ ratnip. It kills rats and mumi- '
use Co. C. B .laiobs, who spent some time (lawford Bass and leaves two sons,1 I IRull for Ladies ,

ties the body. Kissimmee( Drug here, left l.rulay; night for New York, Bass of this city and T.I A. Buys i

:-'J-tf, where he will take ship for Liverpool, of H Myers I 'WE tire showing thin Silks, J 4

DeWitt Alderman] Hasst-tige-i's. leading England, en route to his home in The death of :Mrs Bass severs another i I durable failles Pongees CLOTHING CORNER 'r
/
'merchant, spent a few da>'s herethis Burma, India where he is interestedin link that binds our (community i '

week transacting\ i private business. oil fields] with the past, and ere many years I and Linens natural shades, all _.

T. W. )Kills; is building a dippingvat roll away the chain will be only a I suitable for traveling suits. :.'
i
memory. She was of a lovable character -
'
.cMrs. at Southport for Henry T. Bass I'
J F. O'Berry and daughter,
t' and a large circle of friends Ii '
Elizabeth, left Sunday for a two Mr. Bass is one of the foremost cattlemen mourn her departure. I I For Men ;
will let nothing .
weeks' visit with friends at Games! in this county, and I
stand in his to bring his
way
ville CARD OF THANKS MOHAIR, Palm Beach Crash "
stock up to the highest standard.

Stanley Bullock came over from Kisimmee Valley Gazette: light weight Serge i;

S I' Fellsmere and spent the week end with R. I D. Geiger, professor at the We wish to thank the friends who so Suits. B. V.: D. and Porosknit

his Mr and Mrs S. II Bul- Columbia College? ( Lake City) the .
,
parents KATZDRY
kindly assisted us in the sickness and
Underwear '
lock. past .session, spent a few days here in Union and Two
'I burial of mother also for
our floral
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... this week with his brother, II. D offerings. Piece Suits; in' fact everything
The question of planting trees on Mr. Geiger will open officesin
Geiger. Mr. and Mrs. Rull Bass needed for .
the
comfort of
the. '
y all the streets of Kissimmee will be Lake City for the practice of law ,

i discussed.at the Board of Trade meet- and Family traveler:
what Miss Corinne- Gilbert, who graduated GOODS CORNER
ing Monday night as well as to
arrangements hive thus far been made in the business course at Columbia A woman pass a mirror without C '

1 to celebrate July 4th. Your presence College 'at the commencement exer- I looking in. .it, is a sign she didn't see c' '
received] the medal it. 1
is requested. ,cses held recently, :

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. ...- -- T-vU. C. L. HYATT: The Collector's llcofinn report showed '; .' : NOTICE {

Proceedings of the. *9.\10 General and 163.00 Auto colliicloil.( 1 -
Physician and Tax Collector'poll tux'report! allow tho following> < I.0 much. there"
T SurgeonPhones ,--$40.0(1( collected. Notice IH hereby wlveii that amount duo ?fJtaxes herein net op o.Ue to
The Hoard took a ri-ci-Bs until 1:30: of an will l 10" necessary to J> .yth ouch salo andadvcrUuinK', will l be ..ol l at publloth

ManhattanHotel Commissioners I', M: .j x0ml', toother with cost of A, I 11. 1913. .11 fruit <)f ,?? Court loused
} Office, 197' JKlssimroeeRen. County Th'Hoard ,mat again lit 1:30: P. :M.! : hu'lIoll 0/1 the Hal Kith' day ot July, afJd( I'lll'' 0f ]"
OIlCUU'"
there being( present all officer 'u' of 00r' at I.hll",, "' '.'. .( .nIY nt ,
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'l0nldu'd
: ; \. Florida lln' mor'lIlulf H".alon. .
: 248. I _. .' The ennlini i roll of Owceolii county

i .- .sSpecial -- . _. .. ., '- r I wan examined. according Section; IM. .. MQ
S 1\ (lmmcc, )inn... June 2, 1913. of Chapter LINKS I-.IIWB of Florida, and ". "
: '1.11.Uoat'd. 1 .at 'ounty' mmlaiiloiier :
Attention to the .
fullowlns itamea Htrlcken hero: to:
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1T :
: M. RIVERS; M. D. Ui and fur i KCtll''IOO r: ,
the Traveling Public i: : iluti: there: being f Walker;:: R. V. .lumen )U. thhIV"R, KrnnrcH. II. \Vnrrin. _. '. .. 2: y 1 r lu
.l..' iil-r, A IHIIBH, \V. K Cominlxnloii.rH ThonniK J. Hell, and ..I"I..I..hVIII. .L..I
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kl PHYSICIAN$ and SURGEON: alld J L. o Clerk I s'i.
Y't-;; % j i-mirei't. 1II'r. Bald. III'n"I">nern hlu'lnl it ileil.The | : _
'"i' rrnt", the ttquaro from : Office( (aver ONceoIa l I'harmacy :mill AiulHyi' Hon.. K.: t. Ki-Mley Chair Fonda of the ofllcei'H of < mreolacounty 1- ::: ot: ;

y A. C L. Depot {' mlii! ..1 f tli- IfiflliM, TI.HIIK' absent lion i were i-xatnlncd accuriHiiK' .to . --.- -----
t Residence) S3j .\ I I' II.,,,,, V. ,ILK choHi-n chairman pro Section; X2Ti lien.-rill SllltllteB of the ----

i KISSIMMEE FLA. ?i 1 PIIONN S: r Ol.pl4y ,| $ li ,PI, I'I State of Klurlila.. and. name' approved h)' I... :m.4 fI foI and 2' ft' I g or N\V car
Th, nilt'iil' of thtaut in.'!'(Inn tinHun, Id f Per 8 SNOA'fl I: Grin rt N (588,9;
ss.-rt I l..i.l aiKl appr.jM-.l. I'lmtol, bund of doc'ph Jo:. ..lollllBton.wit ; 1'1111 .__ . 2- 14 :11 I -1""I1"IJ..., 'lIfl'M
>-:..>-:oxxoM"X": :"!' : ii I'ohoiMi. representing1, thi- h. 1\ IV foOIi ft to hs a.---- . -- 7.13i
.MI' i. .Inmi-B' M .litlttiMtmt and I'ut John- 1Jt't'H; ; ; :
\ L. WINN ,l'n\, '"UI... 11 ,n ;ppeiil:i : cd \before: the Hoard 1 Bton' an Buiell.-B." WIIH examined: ,, and uppi i' of HI'i'4: _ _ : I: :1'. .11 .U : : \, A:: 3,91NlVt

><-<------xM----ooo-o:.<..:..:-:-:- .OJ.j, wi K Hi' liiiiiMl. .to pay the hill/ liveI.ilB.i |1,1..1..1 hood of II C milI.iW. lI l- {jNtV': 01IW i I __ ., : ::14 I 4n 1"1""Il'' nJI._ 1,18 JI I
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I'lIYSICIANOffice : :: "III.< Ii u i ll: il uith tin Board at with \\ AMhton .and KcnmilhI' ', ..f ; : .. .
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-- 1/1 ,n in, i mm' In :MIIfor, the couni i. hulls aB NiiretlcM ;Nolnr; > I'ulillclionI ( NI.A'J: .!4 I"U '

r Telephone Us 3: ( 2nd Floor Willson Building. i .,.111" .f III' ',.....I..r the drainage'III .. ol S I I. 'lupfei. with .1 I K'llllllard.Hill : si'I;0.;"":: ', '" :<; 1-: __ _ .: ::14 4v V.IIIII'IJ\\II.' _ 2,66N..ulln

l I., Mud. ,m.liter I was iiferred" lu tins , :N I' Illxatl' aM BUI'etleB.1IM/ ex- j ( I I'll "I..l1lzull; Cumpuu" ) b I'lal .. 'T'I
.},: 1 IEMMIKN'I(1110N1. > KlttHIMMPK.OKHrK '".'sll', \11\ ..nll". 01 ,and, I approved, - - ? I1 'a
For I'I-ONI.: '7 I-I 4IIUDA 'II, I I., T." i ',,11., i "tor .pii'M. rated a MuleHi The pa \ ,loll of Stale, uitncMBt-MllI. I 1lieSprlnu < :S a nd, 12 .: t Ii'' l'.ulh',11. PoloL. '
:i.. , ,nl', 'I! Ian .Illllllltlt Of 'tllXi-H due the Tel"in of the 'Ill-lilt ( ',""I -WIIH i xouuu. ( 'II 327
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.Iy ,II.\ I-, "| Isl.unnu.. ,, ".1 St CloUd tl\ exiimin.-d\ :und approved:!: ; : I E.. ?.117 ", .' 1 2n. "; ulIlll1.I.I .
R. )DBWITT: T. /J.KJHTSKY( \ li." iiiini\ fin their pro ruin, of tin-. Tin.Sherijr() H feed Mil. of Ihe. ('''" 111' | 1111.1111. l'O 201
Bread Cakes or 1: [ ) 1.l.1.nx: II..t,1, "" the li> IZ a HeHHlii PtJonn., .r, wits exa in I tied and I approvedpeiiMion !< .Lnl. 1:1: , I I' :' 1 2" "lhI" ( '....10.
, Iii laid 11/1 Ili'Xt 1V/duw'x claim of SIr, :MurI I 111.1111,11 e. 201
: OSTICOrATHIC; I'lIYSlClANReHidpnce \ : :: III' chili, IMK. OVl'C ] tha M. NN'alUel/ I "uK' XII 11I1,1, .and up. i 20. . . ::14 4\1\ S"UIIHI" C"lu I'
told
I I. uul-i i tin' 111'BAir L..ts 2" nl..llol1. 1'(5 3.27I .
UlovedMi ]
Pies b: I'lione :'J71Olliee ; :.. ., Tllpli-tl. < It me Ill-fore, the I / IIM .Md.-rman, of HnsBeniteicame ,., :. s4:: f.1J ;1'.lIlh. l'n "ulo-
U.-.utl: sal, Mid| that I 1.,1. 21 I 20:, dud.::12 -
tinnpeclal rn.nl .
liefiii, ( t.n
I'lioiv. !I" the Hiiaid. and, I .itBlteil. that, i 1 S"'I'i' '' : :
lan :
t ii\ '1,111 ln unr count .\ which ,
wits th.load' l.-adlim" out f.. o. I 2n .III c o1u-
yin HiiNaenitei" l ?
i: KOOITIH, : and, I 'IiII'.du.1" I ,In tlu vKisluturv .by Him Inland, eiiHt to l-'t I'leri-e lie clmtiKed 'I .Lnl '11: u/rILnI,, I'o. 2.01 Y YLull

I State Hank II/ '1:1\ Si.n.fr.y. .,] had prmsed I III" Bt> aB lo HIMe Ih."N..' ol, .Kt I'lerce A I I. .. 1 211 l.oulh' I III I'nlu. #
: Hlil'jf Kismmmee, Fla. Jl ".11, Lot s is 1-lnK/ opixmed 1 In .the I and, Tantle. and after gulag| Into.( the !9 ulnOi.o", 1 '.,. 30111

-.. i(, ,iii-. nod, Hint. I If II,.. Hoard WHH in null-i r ihoiouuhlv" the Hoaid 'liiHtruit'd I I ""I"' :-Iolllh, to, ( '.'.1.-
THE HOME BAKERY {| R J.SDII' nip.ith, > \\ hiii the Mill they fihould ,I tin haul Sui I"er\lHor lo have the I .\ 1111.111', I', 2916

1) OJ\ :I--U, 1, S. niliMrlluii. I': lioiii-Kan tn UHjisl I'ounlv SiiiveMir BiirM-y Bald .priipoBcdroad ,,, ;.: .1of :N11"t. . _ : > 4s ........11..11',1. '
.in ("h. |.IHH.IKIof Cain* In the Sen.11 I." in.I, I ni.iUe iHllmite of i ,..t of. 1.,1, I'I'. 2,78

H. REED .. Prop. :I f: DKXTIST.I'lmairs) u dad,, I .ill, ,r illHCUHNltiK" the nintterth meTin :<; ,.; .r. ;Nl'Y; ; I. NN I'.r! NF'1. n1KI.
lJ. ( ", llii.inl, .I IIIHII acted the t'lelk to wire SupeiIMIII" , was also. hiBtructcdlo ;1"1" ", _ _ . __ t. : ,:Lt :;I" 'T"\\, ,
.1. >. unit' | in., UJIII to U,e hiM Illllueliee j I' haie the fampliell. 1-leaBanl 11111 p' 'Its I'U

"-" :O-XM---:'':'':' in Katz 13ulldIii.OFFIUFIIOI'R. I 1..", .p.iss,. ..,,,01 11111 with a iKefi-rellduni, road ail" \ e\ edlioml "\v''. r'f 1<1': .uud I$ I I':; ', .f HIV', . . 1 It: .. :: .1 MI SasugeV II ,
t} \!' '" t.'" '12 m. 1 HIS' lilt.n h. ll .theletoI'l I of I. It. Karmcr for the appointment S1\; '. "r ;0.\\; t. I 11 I .1.: : 4Ii" .;.rug. : J : 11. 2:48: i

: )r 1 1',10; to ni: () in. I I-:: ;. .K.tillB, ..f"l C'luuil came. l h e- ' uf uimi.. warden of l iBCeola cimtit \\' '.. nl ;N11; '. . _ _ ,,.::1. 29: 1 I 'u ..I..h". L. 461N
r p. r", tin. )Koiuil, find UIIB, examined and approveil.' t ,_ _ _ ::1:1: 'n Ifnnc's .l' .r l 461Nt'
1 Telephone > asked that theiiuMIc ; tv "f N\\ --
No7t .
;'> Jun 5. Ivr The llnnril : , . ..
load, Instructed the Clerk to l.t\ 'n" : ,,0111'11. .11. 191of
le.idlnx lu>ttll. from Anhicin "f N14; p - : ;
If you want n --- Htiitlim; In-:: Bet OMInearer Ihesv.u.n Kite' 'miliiiIhrouKh; ; I : a county) IM-WB- .; '. .Ii." - :.1 I .... 4., 'I'huwpxnn I 'uhll' 186
I p.ipet t th.it. at thi* next regular meetll.Kof '. ;0.\\; U', .: I 12 JI: I 12" .null..its' u '..10-
of p
W. W. CARSON lt-lt, I H I K MO HX not to affect ( hetii \\ '" of NI; 1': '. 11".1 S1\ :
J J'JR. the HiKird on the 7th day ol' JulA Ulzulluu"' In 6.24
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,, art .lit' ,Is. along Hall! road which i' : :: ;: : I.I.V'
BARGAIN I' "1'iK:! the Tax ABacBBor would I:1 I I : ::1.1 ?"' ." , .
nlut.t I ,Itli-IM-d \ of .I I
sun lo Mr \ K II.INN,1
I' r
in-.I I with' thMould I' (
for the '1dlllon 8.90
DENTIsT --iiiiniHuliin. nf wild .11.." It'!. for In- j: equtliina' .the piirpoHeof :: "'::1..
"IIKd I I HullSII valuatloilB of 1l13! ;N'1: of sF'',. fir ;\,1 ;', n .""J ::1.1 ::1.1 2" suuth.nl '
asm snmrrn9'h'n ulAnun" I.r.t"r
ORANGE Office over Cole's Jewelry :Store : .1, M' I.ee .ippint'ed. In-fore III-1 i 1"1"I... further luiHliiens tounir' 1'1.. i
.
YI'Oranges l'cq'ao. H
It,, ltd tad, Mt.lted' Hull' tinl iiHt of ''h"l I Iliiu ,' lieliiii- the Hoiiiil, "motion fur adJoin .uuth; t ii 'ulnlurllon' : )_ II'' :a.:
or land to Ollice Hours : H-1'J 1-5 , ,111 h dug l" the cltv was. all paid i min-nt", was made and dulBerond I

/ Ollice phone I KiSResidence pi the iitiiiiiint Ill-it Ihe 4-tty rlnuustgtlnMi ...1. li.-leiipon II ., Hoard adjourned lomeet ". .: I .1..: .. \"" 11,, II. ', ,1. .
> ,till nu thus and l IllHlBtetl that .main, on tht- lit daof Jul\ 1:11:1!l I : .I IIlrtuou' 2.01

andGrapefruit 2'tla : th. Ito.ud. I l.lNe BIIIIKllctlnn oil I the lull., .1 i. i >vi-usTni-i-T.I : cieik A'Ie 2f.. 21;. 27. E. I .1 '. ... / ,, I :II: 1 ,d';;: ,
f ail in mistered for extraction of teeth .1-I .pi, M in, il, ,htin i-ltv I. nv.'lo.n'' 379Lutx

Ml' I' i'rre. came .liefnl I lie Mould, I \ H' I'KKI'AKK: : FOR HITSINKSS; 2. ::11 t2 I I' n .uutn,, ,;' ,nI;: , :i I.: ,.
.111,1 I lll-IM.,1 lll.J tll< III III' wI \ tie.IIShinuli ; l/.III, , 463

--- ,.,. I ))1 R. ( ;. 'I-1;:. I'ARKKK ::; 'I" it ;lirlilxc: : on tin ,fond, I le.i.l-:. WHY :NOT, FOR ;MAKKIACK? Lute, t .'. b.. -. 11 I'' 21. ...... I ... I''' -, uil''I,, u, 'til
im., 'iii 'Hit- I'ou" ", ( Inwideinil" so UK lo I.IA.' u,. ? ulaLel

,ii.K.,, "ii |1.->,Hil, rn, 1 nniM :ami m.ii i lot I -. ill," n' ", I
BUCKELSLOUIS DKNTISTOI'KICK : 'hii,.. lu. .p.IKS, \\lthlllll ll.lllKel' 10 'Iii.pinto' In the Juno Woman's' Homo ( 'om- , .In 2ntLI
I "' I l " "" "
. ; 0\ Lit use'E"I.A "I'HAHMACYOtlice Ml, H I II 1.11,11.1m, I'lmntv SIIIM-MII, I paninu u writer, on th<- subji'ct ofntau'Iage I - I '", 21,1L.'I

,oJ..I..I ...I..r. Ih. in w mini, al' \\lul-" I' ale :r- '
llour : -tx:' > to 1JHI:( Noor I .I.I i makes tho following profl-' 2..> )

I \ 1 1.01)/ to !r dlll:( () I'. M.J ,..:. ,,l.d lad., -ill I It lie llltlIHe I I1) .lie .1.t I 01'011| :| ..,. ',. .11..1'. I I

l A. SEARSON - -- -.-- ; .1 I .U. 'Ili. 1'''-l' I.I" III", ,lolI the 'oot. ,I 453
---- . "Mo-t: gal I-, (go into muf-riam' l..l, 1 : I '
I 1"1"-' I I ssI s i"i |1..1 I till til. l 111,1,1's. I t very
.. ,, .1 1 t. MI> I I. v ,ILi.N: h. I, I, .: I'| ''.. little fo.t .. ."
.
i PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT I ) R. II. S. GKIGKR; I..VV si ', ,1 I I I.,. .I| hld.b,1,1 the ... .1.1 \III. jircpatcii) \Ve )prriiiitf.H 1.1' ll" '001 .. -- ... '

rut.ulAAft) : I.| .t.-. f..1: .. ,to .1.I Hi. jul. tin |i'i, III. woiiL.! -,tutu', foi j\ery |pl>rofe.s.sionin 1-
(Citi/.ens Hank HI'IKiKON pin I slid 1 1 s p. ,in.,, ., nu(5. "I1""h..t I | )him I..t . .: I -"
AUDITOR BuildingKissunmec \vhtrli vi' iuiM| t iii.' ; v 7 i ,
-i iM in .i' i. m pi."
: '. :: ; :: 'I" L.. I" II ., nl, "
Florida II. .
l { I p. I .I th. foiinlAlls .is- II"l iiio ,1 of
'important, one nil.S .
,?.,.In., s .m, i"h. i : l L': 'm .11-. t in T.1 Ni .
w Commercial and Municipal AccountingIncorporlll..t Phones. : Office :Ii97! fi4Residence . ,. 1 , ,i.i \ e \\nijlil' not time, lake II i.l' 1 ?
or i ii | "1 1.I"i 1 r 1"1 1 1 1 \\ t In a responilile I.. I .,.. ..u.'I,. I ,
II "I"| .1 r.o.lld: unl. I l..lid. \ I I"'II I III'\ d
205. 14-lyr ,,. . -, ,, p \< n Ii lli., 1'.1'-' | t II I 1 fount" > ..
of the .
Accountant ,1' .I J 'rn1 A I I. I
, ,
I ''' III"IS' I |''| out' eilhi-i knnssledgo
01 trainme; 'ti '..1
International Accountant (Ip"'i; l ..I, 1 1..niu'II..1' M S on1h. I I ..I II.I .. l o,
P. A. VANS A"NIw W CKAWKOHI. I I.u. IOM i H u. 1,10 1 I 1.? i .t? \\ as i I..t.l| lit, II' for I our ta'k't.; with neither I I I Iwe ', I ..1, I I', 1 '"
:Society, Detroit. : .I ,II. I I':.I. "II ...I slid purl ,Illerl Ihe I..., ,, .. ,
; ANEW( : , , , .i--iime ( (fifiitest rewpon.iliililie -
VANS CRAWFORD sill I t h I |pI l ll IIo. s l"I| t h. 1' "nnls, ,

-4 '.. ils" .n.. i thai a woman can aKinnianil ." .. 01
P. 0. Boi 37J Main OlliceAUENOME I |
I ThI I.Iirntn 1 h. ,., . ,
ATTOKNKYSATI.AWlli ) ; I i u \ .mi '\I'i ,'olllid""II'\ -
S Ct"Ufkrj i-xpei't, "ui'iesjanil happin" I...' I
NISSIMMEE,11A. .
.10111"' 1 : 'I l eppl..s.d| | Ill'l, U..1 II: I IlltS, OJ o'-l'"
.1 dt'..ntI '. I II hi' J JI.
I < )! | (-- ,1.C I |l7cnlljuik| llull.thikKis.simmee I I': I. I., si s f omiiilfsioti., , i Ion, ( tiling without lull alIt-I, 1.,1., L't. , _ f 4 '.
I 'Ihink aid ..' "Id, L"t., 1 17I .
I Florida I : \ 'L.tnl.i: 'Vlll .nol liuliaui' "' : liy it.M-lf in folly
.
\ (I.' 1 l'.i: M s -OITI' dud., mlliiU", i. "" I
Af.4A _-_ .n. 1, ... anil lark\ of < 0111 mOil ..en.e.nd I I Lot., '
I i'' I : 1 ll.iss: foin .mil. mll.iue" I I' "

; --1 I -V\ I-. \\.ilK.r. fom' .ilid mil, Jo ".\ haling: por.suailed ourselves .. '.. .. ,
TILLER 11.D.I CI-JKJKR. u'I nlh'" .. ,11..I.. r..r.4.I" I\I"I
\\ .1 I S. ."u. .its ,Im,, It'i.ir.lT , I I
,. that' out\ happiness will 10.' depitc I I .I'
:M Mm |ph t' .1 il.lui nn ( Secure. I.t.' .,"I.i ,I". I
.1 i : i is- i.iniioi. I III anH. ?
Estate : ATTOltNEY-AT.LA ,.Ismsi' 1 ,1u, '1 ant lmtitnt's and inailcipiucy of .1, _
Real sunlit
Agency. W II"I \ I III 1 n.nl 1 I I.t. '''. i 3/,
< I :SLus I.. us II m., nut .illoHid 1 Gan'II OIH-. hunt :n iwe .shaken und amazed

r I 4 .......,...,.." .....,.......... t ttII OHice) Slate Hank HuiMiiiK .1| | I.I I'. .\" .. ,-| ., ,. ,f"flk. I'1 anniudll..r, t H ::1.1, ; uuI ::11 and "cast down and put into despair I.t., 2 .1 I, I" I ,. :l ul 4 ':

KisKimrnee' Florida I I. II III., ,I., nil.. .ur of J.H., I I : ... when I that fails I'I.'I I I 21 I ?
W happiness and
fl Realty and sold. ._ we sit i ilicfoie 1
bought -- John. I 1',1\ ,is siii'l. "I'ooi, Kaim ..' 1 :

4 Houses rented. I EO. F. PARKER t i-o; I I'i IG. mud. Surd I 1 Km: ,.lop'a I the rely harvests of our mistake -. I .nln t..intl. I- ' .1?. .: "
(J iirt\ S'.
I "fo .IliiluR' 1 .111.1., f 10.,1, U '
4 Taxes paid and Titles verified Q .1| I.| ll\ilsUfi"t.. fit, lUa\.IKe a 2 "HI >. In all other matters we maybe | ..., I. .I d J .

Kiss 1',1 I I'11." .phi I. .,lie I IOn'' Till : :'
-
Attorney-at-Law. ; 'I'aonalole ,
few of .r
for non-residents. enough, und us j d l :.
j :M II :M.ibon. eonls, lii I ; Johnsonllll.jm II,1. , I .""t : . ,4

:J: Fire;. Life and Accident In-. Collections and \\ appeal cane 12 oil hut .expect in the general events and ',: .., ; : ; :3 I .,-.
bI Conveyancing'Specialties. Jlml,.... ITntht-r. haullriK fertill-, Lots and' J t I. .. .: ,i., .. ."ii.,'u n, I '"I"i t
of life .
surance. er lu boat' _-, --- - lo"iHieola .consequences to gather figs '

4 Indemnity Bonds. pi ( Ludlam I Hdw County l.0.. order Hurvn-yor of II._.H._. 60.00 only from I fig tree's and to find thorns r.otl.____._.,.. --.. . .0' _ __ a_ ._ I tI 25 :3a 20; Houthtii/listn.'n ,Colt1.01 C. 3.27


,.". .af_. -.ras..F'W' .. _..\ II- Broadway.. Jl. H. .' 'Ludlam .aeevtovnl' ut Ooun- and thistles only in their accustomed J .. all' and' Ey. '_,". . . . _'._ ._. ,. ? "t 1l,' .y 6 :tt: 41) "uulh.rll hl9tltfun! Colo-qu: 2.01 t
i . . fltiVHto1TI' > .
.
ty jurvl.'r.or'.t& Larson -Uro? '".,.. mule---* paces! ;/' but In this event the natural Lbtrg4\ .YOJ h .....; > ...''M .. "' ... 'fOI 'tI41' } < Y, F. KRIBBS \ Fred _ __ 165.96 '\" : ,91.Khj':-;. tI,.h kYSg i MNf I ;.r..i.it. }!;"?,? ,,! ,(Ip'!!!',,", \i'I':n, !a I r!0! d'"HJ' .11'00 c( rU-

/J I.lu: Ildu I'11. cleaning sink laws of growth and consequence and 1..IH K Illld1. -- - .. _... _ __ _.h_ 311 In 33 4V kit ""llttliJri ..Co...11'-. 11.79

.mil,, IIVMI-, >.., .h 175 all order and likelihood arc to beset , .
DR. WM HARPEROSTEOPA.TH ATTORNEY AT LAW KIK.SIMMI-.E, FLA i iv, ",?,l.i, I IIIM i'" Iiiid B\l |>.plH. B I" nt I II. N': ; ; ;f (511'1, : :' I I. u. t litlllJ J Iln" nv,1. Iu 327It
?. I. I. ", I't" 1 ,,aul,- .i !' THIIB, ] 2riP 1 a";" I II II. aside 'in our favor and \vc are tolie ., sslu ,n"I;I .1 I I ,
hi 5n (Iti:: sit.'I :\ \\ ,.t' S\\ I- 1 :_
F.xunimatioii of Titles I I I. I'l, "'p i i P.IM' "ii idu- .1.1" a
: a Speetaly.Not s ,SA: ill-' n. i pins' mi. Mllliuppull pel nutted we a.ssuinu, to (gatherp0na'gtanates N : .. Ina. II"( HI-. I. II",", "I" :\ IIIna "
IIitiUan and 'Inn. I II II", ,01"I"
payment of taxes. of I
.-- from tho most readily I I II ', ,,.Ii.I. J ,4
non-residents gIven careful .1 I I n; I ; -s .h| h.iulinu' s.lx dust ; ' 1d.Rsulsn.ul', : In. "I \\11'. "I I
) .u1,11(51, ; , \ i i.nl: I IS2.. .. 1, grown lettuces' und the choicest foreign .I.i N\\: ;
STECIAL/ST/ attenlierla \\ I : M.I K IM--OII ,1. I..ad' nip' 112.\ ", I I" : :fi; : ,lu.i.I, I..1..I., I . ,
CHRONIC DISEASES ____ ___ __ __ __ i, ,r; \\ \Mhtoli., ii.\.l\ 1'\\ mil, :. 7 ;, fruits' from! the thorny plants of I'\ "I ;, a II.,11s. 254IIL
i KI.S' U.in,111" \\olKt-, I itinilB| oni "' : 1\ I-
1'1' !95 our most commonplace I ignorances and l >" ,,1 .... \\ '. I ; "
: .l\ m.n hintKI 1 .. .
CONSULTATION LXAMIKATION, f Hi LKISSIMMEE. I >AT JOHNSTONI -* \.illi \ i ;i.Hit Hi I. Bill plK" :tt nn, foil Il'' ,." 11 II,.. "r..Io-
, '
I I".1" I ,V I.IKlit. I'l.lllt. I ; "I i :\1 I': ', "', ", .. 3: ; 4
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .. ,
, 2 tiN - ----- ---
s.l 1 I I' lit : : : :
/ / FLArutsDA 5..ulhnl' ,. "o 'n ::14I.
I.Mllr/'i, I'lmv.ulu'n.p" : 1'1.
; al li.iiilniu '
? ?' ; ''' ;
10-1 I Citizens Bank : : : Slianije the tiutli never gets the ,1.
'liS, JHUftSDA VS SATUtfiJAYQ Building 1" I'nnl ,I-.u: inI. 2" I

OFF CE: CLNTRAL HOTt L Kissimmee ''I. II I him .INI 1rhun.," \ ", I li '. il bill' 24 no I'wide. j emulation. a lie does.' I..t, I I s I'oloS..ulh. .
I Florida I II 1r, ; \\ \Mllloll. li.ISS, IIUl I |1'." loll 54'75I ; .:1.: :
Some; he '' " 'nI ,'nlunlxalnr' I I'n 2nlnI
,
I I. 'II liiuimn" i oil In JiiM-nll" religions can figured out "'" 1""" M 1'1.
I i '''ui, 1 s. II.imp) I.'nu"i i'Bt' I;: : ,., I .
PHONE: JIB ORLANDO, FLA I '.0111" C MABKt'Y T. I'IC-TON WARI.OW I I )\ Ml \11..1",1. 71; on a slate and easily sponged otf. E.1, .1J i 11, . ". '

!,, l-ate Counsel" fur Judge of the ,II I I II: I I.u MM. sI'ss log 'HI.Ill, d.l\B 6uni,; 11.,1. '''.I"h-I,, ,.' ( ..10''
: 21 I 2'l " ( -I,1!
Florida H. It. I \l.\vliiKiiiiiil2d.iM I(10( 0
noun Criiiiuial I'ourt I : V I.nrt.I 1 .1, -. ,1E.. '. .
li II i ;us. ford '' ni'K' '*-" \\ hal i-f it that enjoy having . 1 1L..l .I.
we '
:NI ASSEY & WARLOW I IMII "")lth. /," lilt ? l hI. Hoard. in mi n I I .p1 \ .l ,I t. t 'II I n 4 i,3'
nu" .
\\ I I'! MaMtiHon: I'o. ele Ii.I. but hurry to get rid of? In Culu7su -
lluhl till' Wit ain; : ; "f S'" 1,1 ,.; \\ J ,,' "I': S( area, tits; : '. ..,II,, ( '0. IUI
S.H.BILLOCKREAL ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELJ.OS 'I S''" ,I' s.1'I '. lit Sl 1 : a; .
:M :Mui.hIndt xlnK" ,and nl- ., 26' ::1 I ,
I 'AT LAW iT IIIKBtat.| 'as',, -.. 39 auKlBBllllllK .... 1": ..i 1-1 I : ,,I .. 1", I I',In:', I ? ', : ?. 111x U It 162S
.ulL5 ,.
%% "r :-v'; 1\11 J' 2.48
Prartici- In I i l.lllllliel, t t'n> Ilimlier 4 .1 ''in , i .
all the Court E. ,
I the United of the stale and of I. ,. 'h.II" 41 "('I"alol NI; 1':: '. Iran 1 Vi.. ..I i :\ '" ..J j o..W': ',. of ;0.1"; : ', I .. I.. " I 1\ .. 24 $
i J, Ktatra. also Ix-lure the KlorxU lUil- ; ;N; ', ...fF: ; '. of SI'; ',. 1 .lis: ', ,b' I W I-' 2,166
cancel. .
or.ler.-d .. .
,
rf>ad CommlHHion. and the Intemtatc Commerce | | wtldlls" were I .:' 'I' 1'I., .,.
I Inn 1 I I. ,1. 132
1 CommtHalon.11H !Lit, Horn the \ .u anus funds. a.s f 511'
.
i ESTATE I I, S\\ ', of SF i ; of. ., \\ I. of 1-,11.. 'u" 1\11 Jr 406
"II"
CIIAHI.KXTUM IIJ.'>G. ORLANDO FLA. I Ii 14 s. 822674 aj .1'1'; '. ..r >'I.t; of H,1. ,
( ..... ..%..** |H"III.,l l7l N; ; ; I :. ::1.. ,1.1 rl;, ,
m*" *** l r NI n "Iaxh 5 U9
i Nlyr 1 i Kin, At Km, fell\iri- hH M .'i'' : I.' :.. .
Y I \\ fr I'4't; of ;0\1'; '. ..r ,.; L"I. I Id.: I .,.n. J 1aI 479
:1: I ..
INSURANCE 1 NDREW JOHNSON I TiiaxurirB" report. Bhowi-d the folliahimiB ItrK,, Z; ; "r H\\ 1 '.r ;,r'I": : 01 : :-:. '''II II T. 2.37
II j
4 .1\ I I.-.I .; on hand, .I!:; ", tun N: 4,11 1\ I;: 71'1 ft S; 4'S1''; !
I 1 I IT ; ,. .1.1 Itev, 7425 13i ,
.155' I'' :\ .1.1: fI( 11 42,1 II' ,: ." ..,
eJ ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW i I I 1-hit- \- .l'oi'r..jllln., 4174771 ? :I i.IIII'tIl/.114,. A ItII ,-
Examination of Titles a : ;h 1I."d S..1".1 67240'\\ 4v g t.f' .II S i .f N': ; '1\. ..t' si : ..f 'II': S's I 3.75
Will Practice in all Courts I[ Rand 6J67.:1I: MI!'; '" uit, .: Ili: 'rl I,; 4:1) ,'If N I'I"I'. 1\
State and Federal i I fot'iM. I )L, am- 10839S : \v t2o. I'' : ,,
: ,
I' S; Ii ;No; I -, 173370: s\l; t. ..r ":1'J: ; I'Ilsbnd" ' 'Toe. 169
Specialty. | Office adjoining Broadway ,S S I I' :No: 2 2311.71: .; \\ '.. "f S\\ '. :,1:1 I: :.. 'I"a.. UI Snnm..ne' AJu 206

Citizens Bank Kissimmet I I IU. 1 IS S; I li No; ; :3 '1573 09 W'''Ii or ;Nw'; '. . t : 4'' n" : : Sir" A H 6.86
l i i S ,S li No; 4 14H5.70 ,\11,1':; of 11/1111 I'; .1" hU \1 re A N 16.68
Corresoondence Solicited S S; .H No f 31 25 IY', "f ;N.4/ - - 1 1:1:'t, 7. :.11/" 321:;', (: :lull. \II'H A H 18.93

I T.i\ roll ,.c lnr's n-poit' Hhowed thefollolni 9Our "Hai: t of.h'',+ or NI: '.; t .. 2'''. n II"'L."C.' ' 3.92
....
I ; balaneeM, to be eollpctedlIiIMial NN; I. or :OW',. und \: ,." "l :i \\ t, ,. :: Iu 88
I : It.-M-nue -,-- 794!. 10fountx l ICU', uo1"x.ul, A E

i i Si, haul, !940 76 appetites of course N\V1. ..r Nll; 4 7 ,. ,. Axl' 595S"
AV./ fountv Hoad, _.. !952 tl NF: J'"f ;N111./ n1S\1 S. 4111"u, 5.811 d
Thompaon 3 - --
, tE KimAr, .Irnth I til, re _-.-- 317 B2 of NE'/4 old, t HI'; y. or NN: ; ,. '" ",1 I I.: .Ill S1lrr.r.' ,' \IrllMJ IIU
,Is I i S; I U :No I .-(_ 104 75 S. ur H\s' .r ;N\1.: '' II .
,
1 i S S ,U ;No; 2 .-??_ Slit Ivy), of Nlvl',. lIt 0.\\; ; u. "old I N e. ". 2'I 13o.w IJ \\ 1111" ,.. J H. 6.37
C.W.GRIFFINStaple FUNERAL DIRECTORand S i S l I' :No :3 "oIif'6 26 ; ; I". "r sl1'; .
1\\ .
ii i ,S.: S ,II. :No 4 _"....-_ THfRf'S no better place, we NIof HW'. ..I ;VAv', II ,. ..i.. 'lU. ,n..n.' tin. A E_ 3.64
,. ,. __'__ _ 30 75T I0' H'I'" I'M.
would advise to buy your NW'" .f "W'. ...r sw' ,II -. \I.ry _ .33
and Fancy Ail "r NI\ '.. .r !'ol'': 1'- r, 29 I III) '"". at, A 1(5. 11
meats than here. That the peo- I. Itr uud ;NIi; ; .. ul 1'I I : : Ii'1I..r.\. NI; 1': ))/'
LICENSED EMBALMER I' II. JENKINS R. B. WOODIIAHKNK1NS 1.11'. tun, W.27i. sits 1 'i S 'I"I'j" ,, ,01" I :

ple want the best there is is -75 sits ;N/ 4:1:1\:1: : : ydx .
I I. .
29
Y's. I' ... .
GROCERIESFree Opposite Courthouse & WOODHAM '" Mies MaR'g

r J very clear to us. I NI':; 1'or ..r \'Ft; .f Nil': '' lulu l\ 1",1 - ----- I

; I KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. 271'1 :\ 14 U8 I-j > u, I : :" .. stx ,
43:1: I-3 I dn .. .
I :I SURVEYORS I HS; of. NE'of' N\\. ',.- und-. !s:: '" )1 I : ., 2 25 I I'd: I <,r, WH .J/l
l \ 1. .

?; Delivery to all Parts I' Kissimmee Florida I U7E all must have our meat, .F'h uf s\\' '/. - I 17 lit -5 2\\I 2"""f. 40 611 N Ihnlnn. Inn, 'Iu.all, I' C__ 6.01 '

know SI2 of H'ic or ,.;W'.f 0.1"; ; :" 'k Co. 1.78
-- --
ofjthe City --- -- you Hay( of HI.t,,, "r H\\ t. .f, N I'I'" I l' 26 29 I8 J '"'' ..Inlf, 1:1: W 1.03
lh'a.l 1': er of NW or I'.krluwa, i
I l II. Can't get along without it. 141'i I run s In. ---- .74 ,
-: >-O<-: ) dHV 2HII Ile Ii 175 ydx F: 280 } ,I" I I' 2-. 29
1 0
)1."N\V"or"fNW' f"' 1\\ Imer, U M_ 4.3a
'' run Ii 7
while
We all must eat
!tinsdCli; 1611ydxH; 175sdFtinN'
9' ; ; ,

.t, 1IIIIfllllll +++++++T++++ 1 ALL TAMPA STORESClose while here below, KIHHITISFFl: 31\11\ ydM R'; 4,111lie, ;;>O;"; - - - 18 25 29!' LI. IIIn"wn -_ n a 1.12 Ji'

Lot 4 Hhwk Ii .

II I. Eat the best while yo)I are N'lI or HI'y' of NiI/ ;111'r" \ 2!' 211" 1"'Vlnney C_ 1.11 ,
NW'4 ot N1': '4 IluuterLand Co 1.32
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lif 1Ywand on N line o! NW ,* or Lot 12/1 __""___. _______________ 382 36 3L 5 W U 1.01 Lot 90 ___._______._______._.__._____ 11 28 ao II ,..: 1.11 1.11 I
)1110'4 run W 236 ft H 197 ft-1 to Htot Lot 122 ... II Crum. J II __._ 1.01 Lot 93 _-_.__...-..__________.\._ 16 28 30 5 Unknown ._._
N.We.terl)' along paid lot 127 n-----w----------------____. ..________________ 32 a6 al' 1 5 Unknown ____ 1.08 Lot 106n.._.__________.___._____. 15. 26 210 I Parker. 3 8.. 1.11 1.11
Watvthen 26' 'I The H..mlt.ol" Land" & Inv Co.'. SubIlly Lot 113 ..14r-----r--: __+_.__ 15 211 80 II Unknown __..
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)N1'l Cur of Lot rw 818'che e."l Timber lease to the Klii.lm.e ot lAt. I and 4 and S18I<. or -
J3cg I then L\lI..r ___._ __ n 26 81 8and WS11 of 5E344 ___.___,,_. 17 U 30
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Ht' of Wuy 3.694 che N b.2lr.ch. to 36 ; '_ Lot H :- =-::=::::::::::::::::::;::Z.: 3334. AI-- 2 Unknown ::::: tgl Lot 74 _?__________________ ._ lJ 28 21fl II Unknown ?_. 1.01 1.08 U.l.ol
B..I : 21i 29 1 Unknown 1.1S 26 81 Unknown 87 --- -- 30 Unknown
I ot Idt.8Echs-Nand40 4 run N 11.62 itn clip J'J w-cor "' Lot Lot 17 III = =====:= =::=::::::::::::::::: n 24 81 I R Unknown ::=:: tgg 1,01 80 :::=-::::::::=::::::-J---- 17 U 30 I Unknown :::: 1,03:

8,16 eh.s Lot 81 Unknown Lot 92 _____________________________ 17 28 30 4 Cochran... 0 P 1.01
:2 12.63 h'.11 chi 70 ydi W 8.16.quaro chi In to NE h..1i Cor:=- 36 2fi 22K 6 Unknown _n_ '1.17 Lot 221.; ===== =::=:::::::::::::=::::=: U U III g Unknown : =::: 1:81l : Lot 108 ...____.' Sub_ 17 26 30 Ii Unknown __._ 1..01
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.L"t rl Johnllon Mrll. 33 26 81 6 Unknown The Inv Co. ;
NEy4 and ot 1)xl.y ._- -. 6.OA l:at N .: =:: = =:: :::=::==::: --:=:::::: 26 31 b Unknown =: ::: Ugil.ot INv of 1'rit!: of.E'rit _--....-_________--- 19 U 210 1.0 8 y
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Mary/ IC 8 -___ __ ___ _. _. 1 I 211 h 21LotItChUSHA 2H. 2 RU'lcklalld. A J 3.34 Lot Lot 39 411 == = == :== = :== :.=::=:= :=:::::==: .- 24 26 il fi b Unknown Unknown == = == tgl Lot I of n ====:==:==:::::: ::::=:'::::::: I.U: -30 80 t' Mal.h. C H::_ 1.03 -- f

26 31 b Hroneon. 'J'h.. II..mlnoLand & Inv Co. Hub.Olv ,
l.otNN10YMand, 11. Blk F __ ___n_ __ _ Unknown _'- _ 1.09 Lot Lot 68 67 = : == : = = = == = = ==== == =:= = =:= : == n 26 3I b Tllton. II 11tt!:= Uf of Al ._ ___oo__________.______ 20 26 80Lot. 1.61 t
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Lot 18 Hlk 42 h h h h.h. UII8H J A h .iK I.nl 122 _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ 33 31 (5; Unknown __ u 1.03TI. Lot! 36. 4&. 62. 61 __n__ ____.________ 20 26 ao 20 Hlaymaker. B..._ 1.76
1..116 Blk 45 _n __ _ __ h '!(zl..". J A - .7K ... $cmll/1l.and & Inv Co.'a' Suhl'lv.or 28. Lots 81i and 92 _ ____ ______nu__ 110 26 ao 10 mery. A ____ 1.61
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Lot - Stamlcr :MrNLai I all TI"lwr Lease toIhr Lute 101 and 108 -_ -- __ ___ --_--__.__ IW 18 30 JO J'Jmery. 1.01.
Nora __ Lob except. 110 11'10 I L..t..r. N ___. 4
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G Blk 61 _00 __ _ _ .00 ___ _ - (45(14X( J A n _ ..iHI.nt e 'ompany 27 31 Chaer. (131. .8E1.ut lot 117 ____..__ __ .______.____..u __ 10 18 30 6 ttcraige B .__. 1.0' H
Lot I Blk 81 uu_ ___ __ ____n___ _ .n Unknown - ..7MI.nt 1 : : II = : : = = = = = = = : = = = = == = : == = := = = = : 27 31 R Ralyd: J - : : = : : The Seminole Land & Inv Co.'s'' SubUlv '

H Blk 71 _ u _ -n__ _ __ _ ozl&a. J A n ..iHI.nl List 4" _ _ _ _. _ _ - _ ___ - -. 4 2 7 31 Ii Unknown' - n .8S of all except NW'>4 of NWI(4 _. 21 2ft all I'
II Hlk 77 __ __ == =n------------- I/Ut.l. M I. - .a Lot III ._ __ _ _ _ 4 .7 31 Ii Unknown u _ ..HSI 1.01. 14 and 19 _ _ _ __ __ __ __ _. __ __ __ 2t 28 30 10 Rlchards E V 1.61Lot
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J.nl 4 Agricultural Blk 103 Co.'a' HUb.-6 -_ == = 1II1I1t.t U n __ _ ..78Fln 711 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ 4 27 :II r. Mahoney. J F. .88 Lat 32 __ __ _ ___ -_ __ _ _-- ___----- -- 21 28 80 6 Chase. P 0 ___ 1.08 'J
or 32:' 21i 31 (' Lot 75 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _1_ _ 4 27 ::0 5 JohnHon. H I. 4_ ..H8I. Lot 311 __ __ _ _---n---n-n-------" 21 18 80 6 Unknown --..- 1.01 "
List } : _ ::12, 25 31 1 211 l.lvrrnnn'r. I F I: 1(1.06 List 440 _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 27.31 6 Unknown hn .88 Lot 45 _ _ . _ -_ u __ ___ ________ __ 21 26 30 6 Unknown ____ li
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(. 11. 13. n. It Hlk 1) _____u -r' 1 :. 25 27 411 1"1.. I.' & T Land Srminol.Land hh & Inv Co.'e SubUlv lot I'll _ _ __..._ __ __ _ _ ___ _.__ __ __ 21 28 10 II Unknown -___ 1.01 y $1
Co _ n_ _ 422 or all rxc$ t Tlmbcr I.raxr toKleslnlnll Lot HH _ _ __ _. __ __ ___ __00 ___--_ _ 21 26 30 5 aat.. 1. ______ 1,01 ij''
- Lola 12.1.,01, 13 Blk H n ____ _ _ 266 27 20( 11.. Jo' & T ]..xnd1l'i11T1'I1SIt ; r l1unl\: 'r Company 5 27 :31 I Lot HI! _ _ _ 21 211 30 5 anon. N B__ 1.01 '4LIII
l'o, u.n__ 2..H 1 .ul II _ u .nu _ _ _ r. 27 ::0 Ii ItoK9'rI. Ii un .8S 104 un -- --------- ---- -- ---- -- 21 28 30 I Wldrl/l' It G._ 1.03 .

I Lot 20 .r_ __ ___ _ _ __ _ _ _ _. _ _ __ r. 27 31 5 McLaughIII.E.. .HK I..t 112 nnn __ ____ ____ __ _ ______ _ 21 28 30 1..FI.her.O E____ 1.03 f3Lnt \
Late II and 6111k 17 -- - . l.anler J (L_ _ 1119 1.111 H _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ 1\\ 27 31 6 Jo'"I..r. L_ _ .KS : 127 __ _ __ _ ___ __ __ 21 26 30 5 chadwlck. 0 B 1.03 I" ""iIII.
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Lo1I. I and 2 Blk 21 == = : = == ---- . Lanler J U. __ Lug Lot' 43 __ _ _ _ _ _ _ 5 27 31 r. Naes A n_ _ ..88Lai 1'h. Scminole I.. d--J v Co'e: Sub-
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Lots 7 and" IHk 21 _ _ _ _ Ml'r""r. I. I - 1,119 61 _ _ _ _ .u _ 5 27 31 5', Unknown _ _00 .88 .. "t All ____ 00000000.:___ ____ 22 26 30 i4', ..
I.nlI Hlk 21 M'r"'r. I Jo'. - .7K Let - 5 27 6 Unknown Lute Ii and 2H __ _.__ unnun 22 28 210 10 Moore. F D___ 1.81 '
KIHHIMM !'AllK-u--------n.-- I Lots:: 69---------\- = : : -----------5= = = = = = = = = = 27 n 10 Addis, F = == = = d Lot K .__ _ __ __ ___- _-- __________ 22 26 30 II Unknown _00 1.01 r 'I"
1.1,88 1 and 3 ]ilk 6 - - - - ------. 10 ENtV. Ii' - -- - 1.901 Lot 75 _ _ _---6_ _ _ 27 31 5 Unknown _ ._ .88 Lot 18 un_ __ ____ __________ ___--_ 22 26 30 II Walker. R J __ 1.01 :
Lots 11 and 14 Hlk 12 _ __ __ _. __ n _ 101 I'cglon. If - - 111ftI..t 1..1 h2 _h- _ _ _ _ -_ -_ n ---n--- r. 27 31 5 Hanson John_ .88 Lot 25 22 :: ::8 6 Unknown F.jU 'f
Lot, i Blk 13 - - - - - - 2'44 j %Vt,lls. \\' (Ln ..MMI. Lute, K3 .."cI fl4 _ u _ _ n-_ - _ _ _ r. 27 31 10 Mark J M ___ 1.32I..IH Lots 17 and .4/------------------= = 23 10 Livermore' 5)) ,
3 % Ulk It-h: : := --- --. .- -- -- Z'. N..II.MrR Wit .HH 110 Snd 116 _ u _ __ _ _ _ __ n 6 2 31 10 llackeratt.O W 1,32 Lole 40. 41 66. 73-------------------- 22 28 30 20 Au"tln. U Sn_ 1.78 I>!o
Lot 6 fjlk 15 n _ ___ .___ _ /i 1'nlll/(. J (1. 1.32 1'110' Srminlo'. I.all & Inv C'e SuhI'I -- Lot 85 __ __..__ __ ___ ___________ 22 28 80 6 Unknown __ 1.01 '.
L..'to I. 4 and i6-B i.-16 -. - - - -- - 16 Surrah, F' 0_ 281 \' of all "X""I". t TI"I..r I.,'an.- to Lot 74 _ _ nn.unu__ __ 12 26 I! an 6 or"an..1': .T__ 1.01 .
i..l' 9 IIlk 16 --n- 5 Hraughtnn. CE 117I.oX the KI""lm"..l. Lumbel. Company __ 6 27 31 I.ot 98 _ _ _ ? _ __ 22 (6 SO b Davis. T IS---.. .4 ''''
13 and I. Illk22 = = ===: - I" I'nylor! .II 1' - I.IOI! I.ol, 21 _ _ _ _ uun __ 6 27 31 Ii "nknown _ _ .88 Lots 1 lot and 126_ ___ 27 26 SO 10 Wood J It,_ -- 1 61 .. !t
I."tx 1 ancl 4 IIlk 24 I" \\,11" \\ ll 1. 1\\911 Lot, 23 _ 6 2: -31 Ii "nkll" n _ _ .614I.ol Lot ll - - - _- 22 26 30$ 6 \ d'R H____ 1 OS !
I.a i. I" 11. 16 Hlk 2&h h, 14 1.1t..III. F.\ 24"Th. 42 6 2 31 ..41VOlre. I' __ _ ..k8l.1d Lot: 123 = : : _ = = . = 22 26 30 6 L.and.. : C A--,.,. 1,011;
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I I... .1 , b. ,II< I .. I'nxl., '..at. II I .. 1.1' I ; 1 31 G (1'k11uwn ..144L01 Lot 121 _ 23 26 30 6 Unknown uh 1.03 I
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I ?I 21 .11< 1 :. I.II 1.1.,1., 11 I I : I ::12 II 2.:11: I. 1'uknuw'n .1444 I 1'1\ 1l, all ..44er't' '1'Imber. Li.asi.on I $ ,1i
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1 Lot' 210:1!: 1 :. 1 shoot. ,, I 1:12: /.1t 1:1: .II :. I'11knos" h ..HH'I. LoV1l.ol 2 _ _ __ _ nu. __ ___ _ ._ 24 26 30/ 6 Nesbett. H C__ 1.03 .
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Lots II. 12' .. ::u' 1 211 1"\' 11 :l1'I. L..1.. I'' 5. 27 1\\ f, (I'nknuwn _ n .%8L.l Lot' 21 nu h..n_ _ _ ____ 24 26 311 6 Unknown ____ 1.08lel
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I.. S I I' '', ::11 :. 11 ". "all. .1' S I I 17I f.l 2.:11: r. 1'"I.no" _ _ ..HHI. LolLot _ - _ _ un__-_____ 24 26 30 6 Unknown ____ ,
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I....I' ..' I' 2'i ::11 I. "I'1 111 1no,, ,, II. 1.1 :. 1 t 2.:11: r. I'ukuuwu ..HHh Lot R2 n hnn hhno. _00_ _ _u u 24 26.311 6 Unknown ____ .OSOS
1 .1, I I' :. :fll f, 'I'I., "II" I 1'1. I I 7 :. '. 44 :l1 :. (rillls' II un .KH let' S4'li __ _ :_ ___ __ _ h.h- _ 24 26 30 6 Unknown .___ 5 5
I. .t I', ", I' :$ :31 f Isi ," ". sburt1'I, I 117 I \L5, :'" a 2.:11: f. l'nl,1ox11" 1 _ ..881.'d Lot 24 30 6 Car> I J .
I. ..I1 I II' ,. 11(1, \ 123 I I' 2' LI: 11 III :\1.,11... s. .1 I I''" :.7 t al f. l'nknn" " n ,HHI. :Lot 96: - = == = == == == = _ 24 22fi .10: fi Unknown --= UI i

I.", : It 2', .11 r. Nul,11n,. 1' I 117fh I I..I :d,. _ 1 2. ::11 r. 1'111.oisan" ..88L.d I.ot.Ii\ 140,1 112 _ _ _. -- _- -_ 24 21! 30 6 CIlnKerman, SR l.el \
11.11.01., 1.\\ & 1111 1''U 5ub- 0" ,. 2.:11: Ullhll1ao' ., ..844L Lol' 101 _ n__ _ u __ 24 26 :30 6 )<.al"n. Mr.WH .OSOS 4
I I.n .I 1 .1\\ .s I" '''' 1'; I, ..r ;NIi1.: : ..x11,6. ..' ."1 1 2. 31 I. I'lllnow, n .1' Lot 114 _ ._ Un hP_ _ _ ___ 24 26 30 6 Scholck. H V__ .4 I
l, 1"" ' ,, ,. I.. ux. 1.. ,Ili. I\Ixxllll. L'.I' .;,2 ::11 r. ,1'nlnl.n+ n l.ol. UH h __ _ - _ _ 24 26 30 6 Kneohteffea, JL 1.03
11..' I. 11111.. .. I 'na..halltI I ly 2'; ::11.I. 1.\ ..1 10' 44 77 :41: f. 1'1" ,. ..RhI. The :s..ulinole Land & Inx Co..''s Hut- t "
L.'" I I/: 210:1\: \ :. ftu ..ughn 4' .\ 1..1 101' .. S ::7I :n :. 1'ulvi. .. II ..8KI 1'1, of all ..xct.tit 'rimhiithi I.i'aso to I
-( .5t .1 II' 2', .11 '. 1'nl.n. ,,,.u 111,1. I II. S. nunl',, , Id,1)54 II" I'u'N Suh'I KlHHtmnii Luiiiht Uu. h ___ 2fi 26 .10 ,,1 i
I 19' 210 :I I :. I'nk,0ar, I ".1 I. .111. IllInlh. .. r Lr1IS.. I.Iln ,, 25 26 f1' I
1 .',,t I Lot 811 l - . .. - _ __ _ _ _ --_ 30 6 Simlnole Land .
I. .t 1 Iv 2', .11 :. 1'nkno ., n. I II,; "Is ,.r.nooi, ,?, 1.III..r, 'isn, ,p.ul)' 9 2i ::11 IInv Co. _ 1.33

I ."1 41 I 19' 2'. .11 :, t'uln0" o I "411 Lot( I _ !. 2.:1: f. 141.4.., ) ,, ,, ,, is hHI. l..422 _ _ non ___ _ _ 00 2B2fi 26 30 6 Unknown _ __ 1.03 : .;
I 1..1 '.1 I I I" 2':1\; : :. I 1.111 1, n0a. 11 1".1 1..1 1 V ,4' 27l. 31 r. ,I., lit', 111e. 11 It 'KI. Lot 17 _. _ _ _ ___ 26\11: ) Unknown _ 1.03 H
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1.\ J ,. 26; .11 :. I'11 '\I i.., .,,, III I 111.4, .1I. ...t :. !' 2. ::41 1 r. It ill. I. ".. 4 It .'HI. Lot v< - ___ - __ __ _- _- _hU___ 21211 10 5fi Peterson JIf\ 1.03
I 11' 2' :?: I f\ "". uxun. .\\1 I 11:1:I I., ,' I' 2.:11: f. l'" """ II .K' l.otH S7 2fi j
I., nod till h _ _ __ _ __ _ __ 26 .10 10 Johnson IIf\ _ 1.61
1. i1 : I''. 26; ::11 I. 1'nlulowi\ I 1113I.ut I.... I' h ,. 2. 3i: 1 f. l lllll11al. 448Lu4 Lola, ll'l and 122 uuu'n __ 25 26 .10 10 liell. K KUnknown __ ___ 1.61 _\ 'J'
'" I II'! 26 :II r. "I'nhnown 1 ,, 111:4I.ol : I"" !. 7:11: Ii "t'nk1ow11 _ ..HSI. .LolTin 12fi . _ _ . _ _ _ _ 25 26 30( 6 __ 1.03 .
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I 19! ..4; ::11 f, "I'ul,11uwl. I .((3.:I II. ..1 :. hh II 2. 31 r. I'" ,IUIat. i, hh S,. inlnoliLiiijd & Inv Co- '-g Suli- Jo

Lot, : I I0' '; :I I :. "t'IIk115Na. I(1.l (Lot "'6: . 2i:11: r. J1""J..n r F 11 I .4444 Dl! x' ...r11 h _ _ _ u _ ___ __ _ __ 26 26 30') i
I !I' 210 ::11 I. 1'I\ I 111:4I : Lit. 31' "' 2i :a1 f. I'nknuwn _ _ .8 KI.
I.nt, ::0" LolMLol, 3 and' 14 _ u _ n.h _.-. 26 26 30 6 Harnes II O__ 1.81
I II'! 2fi; :4I f. .luu.x. N 1' _ I4.4lt I..,1 :31 1 !. 2iU: r. 'lIkll'n( _ ..K'I. '
.t ',:; - .n 4 _ n Hnn _ ___ ___ 26 26 30 6 Hall. M B____ 1.01 4
: AG' ; 1 II' 21i 31 6 L'nknowu - - 13 i.:1" : :. nh _ _ _ _ _. _ .n_ _ _ 7 :II Ii t'nkllown _ ___ ..88Lol l.iil 24 u 26 .26 30 6 Stewart L> M_
The :<".,nlll..I.. (I..d Iv luy-UO'8 Sub.IIIY 3' __ ____ __ _ __ ___ _ ____ __ .!_____ !4 2i 31 Ii Unknuwn __ __ .hH Lot: 244 _=__ _ ==::== =_======:==== ==:: 26 26 .10: Unknown _.-_- 1:8: : '

uf all..xrept. $'IVI.. oi NI'4 ItIlJV' I.ot 1i3 u.oo _____________________ It 27 31 r. Unknown _____ .86 Lot 27 u.______________-_______-___ 26 26 Sit Unknown ____ 1.0a .
\ .r HI': and tll IN of HW.4 't-- Lot 64 -----------'--.-;--.;--:.--.-------' 9 21 31 6 Unknown _____ .HS Lots 34. 47. 79 ________,___.._._______ 28. 26 SO 16 Uonmoyer WA 2.18 "
.1'0.pt" 1'lmh.1 .,. I I..a"o' t" Ih" INNIin- Lot 82 -_.__._._ __?_.___.-+__'_____ 9 31 6 Unknown _.___ .KH 'Lot 48 ..._.___.._,....._..____.._. 26 26 SO 6 brains.. W S._ ..118
1111.(1 Lumber Uompxny: _...___ ____._ 20 28 at Lot .6H .---a.-------. . 9 21 31 11 known -.-.. 'Lot fib -,..-."... ......-........,..-- 26 26 80 6 Unknown .... 1.01 : I
Lot 3 _ __ ___ __.u.u.j 20.:111: at 3 I'I7rklnx II C... 1.03 1.03 l.oU tJ ....01 1,4 ....... :t.,.........+....................,, 9 f7 31 1 __..4 1.31 Lots 83 a.d.firy. ..:.,.-_'!!.."'........"'.....--- 26 26 SOso 10 Htlllwell. Z B._

J.ot'7 _ n- 20' 211 31 31', 6 Ii 'Unk"own Vnckell..1 _.W___._ 'J.03J. Lot H ':Y:::::: :::::. : : !?,.t f+M : ::e;.; : 2i U 2 hu::linow: n ::::: :UI..t Lol, 76 .,........,.... !'.."'J"" w\",..!' \... ... 26 26. 5 Unknown 1.0E.
but 42 _ __ u _ _ _ __.____ _ 20..26 Lot .. Unknown Uot 7N _.__._:'-_____+...._...._______.___ 26 26 80 6 Hherman. 3 Mme. 1.03
.it /1 _ _ _ __ 2(1 2 31 6 ShIQrG G C__ .l.U3 8-------------------------------- 27 31 6 Unknown _____ ,148LIS Lot 107 ______________________n______ 26 26 811SO 6 Carlson 0___. 1.0a
Lot .' 211 21 h 31 5 ""llIa.\ u __ 1.\/3 2i 31 10" Mar..h. J _ u 1.32 Lot III _ __ _ nu ___noo _. _______ 26 26 6 Unknown ____' 1.03I. ,
I. .t 1 1"1": 211 2' ::11 f. Ihua n. S h _ 1113'I 1.4 141: - _ - 2. 31 f. l'nkn1wu" ., ..hHI. Lot 112. _ _ _ _ Unnn_ 2*. 26 311 6 Unknown h 1.08 .
S, , ( ..01 1\ 1\" '.. 19mSuIsk.I: I.,. q _ n _ ,9 2i:1I :. I'nlu1w11( .448 Lot 114 _ _huunuhn _ 2626 30 6 Unknown 1.03 ,
'I ''t, .. IOUill1'Iflu1i, .. .. pl.. ' l.ul, ::1 n !' 2i:11: .f.. I'1Wor..n __ 4414I..1 Lot( 117 26 28 30 6 1)oop CV..-_- -_-_ 1.03 \; 1

I.. 44I' 'Ili., I.Irxlnlna, Latnn( l ( . 'H. - _ _ hn !I 2.:11: I',1u1" an 4414 Lot 124 H _ _ _ _ _ 26 26 30 5 Unknown h __ 1.0a
''I' 21, 2'I; I I I.,., 116 1 _ _ npu 9 27 :\I :. I'"kll"" h 448 Lot 12ri _ _ _ 26 26 302i 6 Davis. VV __ 1.01 '..
Snup 21) 2'; .11 "I'ul,11isw11. _ 103Lnt /: I."4 '98 \9 77 :31 r. I'Ilknt,11 _ __ ..KHI. '1.
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\ hh Lot' 127 - _ _ - _ _ 26 () JO 5 Unknown _ __ 1.03 1',4 ,:
It :1 2'; .11 'r, \\a11ou. \\ lo.1L l..t III ,I :l1 f. ( 'nkll"" 1\\ _ on ..bHII .
I .h:1I: i :. ( 'uk".." I 111.1 Lu1 113 9 31 I'nkno.yn I Si inlnnli I Land Inv' Co :n Suhl S
21 .4445 : ,
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''t It 21 2', :21: I f. Polio's,, Il _ I ,3:I I'l'h :::: :IIT: n = = i 9: g :II :Unknuwn::: :::: : :: -_ :.8% \l IdV;, :of all ixiipt Imbi r I.raer; on, '

I ,, 15 k I", 1.11 .. '",,10- l..d. I I.1 . !. 2 i:1I f. .l'nknua n _ ..458L.'t 1a".1: Kl: ? of W', to the HiHHlmI.unibi -26 't.4 .
N" m 1111.1 6, 1..1, I tiler ( 'r Compan\ ___ __ __ 27 30 .
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I 1214 l'nlnnH
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Ills ...f S '" of .Lists.. ::1 4 f. ,141(1I. .. :-; I .. 1'14,,' ". 11,1..1., 1..1 't It- I'., .a Huh1'1 l.otH( 7. I". 21 2hand _ _ _ _ __ _ __ ___ 27 26 30 20 VanSjckle. AM 2.76 '
I..dh 4i; nud. . .PI 1"11I1. ,r ( .4'44. :. 2'; :III. '1'1",10.. I.. ,u I.ot 40 - - - - 26 6 Unknown 1.OS '9
2 I 'if W'it rxrrpl r 'axe : H :g
11.. "h..IIII"" 1.1111I1. 1 4'un,1" ul r, 214 ::11 :. l'nkua Il l 1":1: "". Klxnlnunr. "' Lunth'r' t0. 111 2i al Lot:: 57 = : = = = = = _. 20 6 Macember. C L l.OS l'

1.4, I' :, :1 .11 III "h.'IIII"'rl"II! ; I Iii 1.,1, 6 _ IU 27 :31 r. l'r'InHwn _ 148'knuw Lot' 'lili: 2i 2':111; : 5 umm..rll. C J_ 1.OS '
1. "I4 4" 444"d 41 l :. 21 I1: r. 'uknt.n" 103r I : 1.414 In :il h% Lots( 6i'! und,,, 76 n _ _ u 27 26 i": 10 -Eat'her. M B_ 1.61 r, .'
Lot, -4 : 'd'J'h '; \1\ f. 1".1'. .. I" G 103Lui Lot I:::: II} - - -V I l1:: 27= 31: g I'nknrnn: : :: :: : :n: -_ 18 (Lot X4 _ 27 26 311 6 Unknown _ __ 1.0EList .{

.I. Sill.. list. 21 'Ill 2i:1I: r. /'ultel. I. \\I 'bI. KSLol 27 26 311 fi Unknown 00 .OSOS l 1.,.
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S. uunisl'. 1..1. i.< list x . l !'i'iLoin 27 26 30 5 McNeil. O A__
PI\ ,'I' "; I':4; "r :-1; ,; ',. uud.' N'y: : of SI" ; '. Lot lot. ::15 43 _. __ I"I" 2i 27 31 31 r.Ii I I."lIk\\'n" . Mr" N_ _1.8_ .144% ::: H'l IOK. : - = = = = : = = 27 26 341 10 oebel.: H C-_ 1.61: .. (,

x.,..pl, 'I'Inlb.. .I Lnv.s. lo .I'Is. 1".1"- 2'; 21 :11: LOIN f.1I 11".1 1,41 - - - -h- I" 2.:11: I" I9exo.,, 31Ia It 132I. .Lot Hilt' ; _ _ 21 28 3j G Unknown __ 1.03 '- .
tIN.. 1.1111I1.. I' 111 th1.I4'. + 2'i 2'i; : :. III"KII'' 1' l'- 1,03': List .11 - 00 _ __ h I" 2.:11 fl l'nknuwn( _ ..KHI. (Lot 112 u ._ , _ h 27 211 3(1( 6 Unknown h __ 1.03 : '
Lid7. 214 .. :II :, l'uhuuau, , - List 75 _ h _ I" 2i:11: r. l'III.II..WII _ 4444Iis I'hf Si'inlii.r:,. Laud & Inv Cii.'s Kub- '. J
List 611.. .. 1":1: u _- III i:1I: r. 1-:1"1.: I. ..KHI. lily ol .MlLot - - - 28 26 30 {
'I'h. S. n'Inol" I."d & l ,I'1 x Sub 1.u.. III'; III 27 :\I ,. 'l'..rd, II 1'_ 'h ( IS = == 28 26 30 5 1)(mmon EP_ .OSOS ;(
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141 f : 'l =NI'' : 7 f h - Lot 23 . 2H 26 30 6 Unknown __ t' '.;0
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N I,; ,. z.nd SSP4; and I. N\1441 Srnluolc' Lund II"v l',.'''H Su1'Illt h .Lot, 2'l! nn _ 2H 26 30 5 Unknown -- -- .OSOS -
x".' 1.1 1'1",b. I..'Hxe In l1,. KI..I"" 214 ::11I. ,.r N'p and N'jo..r :HK4. and SFPorSI / (Lot 36 _ _ 2H 28 30 Ii Palmer H HVoKler. __ ;( t

I u... I.ui" ... I 'onlp'111s" .. 2' .11 f. I'IJuoen - 1\/3 '; '.. ,lid NIs; bI or N11'4s. P n I'' 26 all Lot 37 _ _ 2H 28 311 6 E_ __ __ 1.03I. ,
I.,,' 211 2. 2hU: f. 1..1" . J H 1\/3/ 1.0' 2i. 314. 43 .lid 44 _ _ "9 210 :In 2" II"n.'A 392 ...l t 1.4t nu 2' 28:10: 6 UnknownBaxter. _ __ ,OSOS a
1..4". 21 :31 211 IJu MS. WV - 2i6I. Lot 4. _ h _ _ _ h 9 ''iW: r. J..hll"). H_ __ 132 (Lot | 2K 28 311 6 R A__ + '
I...IS '.1 h; 27 24, ::11 I ISUkrI .\ - _- 103Id / List 61 n _ u _ I' 2:1": r. ( .lIk..wn __ 132 Lot 102 _ _ _ 2H 28 30 Ii Mclionald C__ 1.03 1'1? d
"I 1,4 21 II: ( 1, ...'wll h n 13I.n 1.8 6i. 7'. 1'3. 94 _ 00 hh 9 2.i \11: 2n Jjll'"Pr..I' _ 392 Lot., 104 _ 28 26 3n 6 Unknown oo __ .OSOS ,
Lot .2 .1 .11 f. I.'oNt. 1 n "I'- - 1.\/3/ List 111 - _ __ h _ - II 26 3n r. JllkI\U"! II _ 132I. (Lot lori( 28 28 30 6 Unknown ____ ,c
lu.gI'h !! I..1114------------------ 244; 30 r. 1'lIkl\o" __ 1.42Tln (Lot' 112 75 28 3n) 5 Unknown ____ 1.01
S.IIII.I", Laud 1\ tut" 1'11 x Sub H..I, I.Itnd & Inv 'll.'a' SubUlv l.otH 1 Ih and 1244 2H 26 30 10 Kounserell. AP 1.81 .'
I PI\ 1l' I..,'" (I. 2.:1.' : 1 r. and I 1:44 I,: 011' of SIy ...rII'; .. 1511(1' H ; ',. _ h 10 26 3n Lot, II" 2 8 26 311 6 Unknown ____ 1.08 '+ .
:N\\: dwl S1l'4 ..I, :N\\'f 1e.1" List 52 I" 2/i 3" f. ( '''k..."". 142 Lot: :124 28 26 I 311: r. Unknown' U: w":
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'1'1",1. r I.. 11x.. ,to 'the Klxsunln'' ''' 2 h ::11I. Lot hi u _ - I" 26 3\/ f. Vkn1w11 142 List I2H _ 28 26 :in Slmpklns' C-R .
1., III ,,, '1m Pt"'t' n. :h .11 r. I'nhn1a" ll 14:4:I II. '1''". SIII..I.. .Laud & Ihe...:.. Sub.p".r..II. The Simlnollilx .. Land & Inx 1.1'N Kuhof 1
List. r 7.. :, :II -. I'nkuuNU I113Lo :I II. I 154 N'y of N'Ai----- 112630I of I I'y; I.i/, and 'S \\" ',. of :M.I. ,
t '. 214. :II :. I'okuisao I I3/ Lot 414 h 5 Seul N. T .i ml.1W: *4SXA e x u pt 'I'Inl bar 1,t'iiHf on : ,
1.1, ,. 2"n .1 .II f. I uku0w11. _ 1 103Ia4 / I List:: his :: : : : _ ,11 I I 26 30 l'111niwn;: ; _ J g I4 of :NI:4. and, N"I, ,,, -

III '.4 :10 :II' :. I'uknuwn - 1"3 .Lot. 711. h _ 'n II 26 3n f. 1I"lah.( J . 1 12I.u' :\ mae (I.1 nl bl.I. 1'11. 2" 2t 6 ::1 111 .' '
1.4 2:1: 2"1:\ ,. "IIk".w"" I113Iut : 143 ,4(1141 14 _ u I II I 26 311 10 I Sauuo. ulg. "' 218'I (Lot. 10 f9 26 31t fi Hunch.. H J W 1.01 i
21 I ;I' :r. :31 I. t'nknux'n 1\/:1/: ,Lit 114 _ _ _ II 2/,, 311: I. I'IkhoN I' I32:\ .Lot fi'l! _- I II 211 26 311 6 Smith. H Cn__ 1.01 I
Lit, 21. y' 2' ::11 r. "II""W"" ---00 111:1: List IIIi p _ hU ___ II 26:1or: r. l'kn.Ieu" 1112 Thr I mlnol., .Land *Ar Inv '1'x. Sub-
1,1ist, 2A; 2,. 2":11: f. I'"kll..wn. 111:1I. : .1.1,1 125 I II 210 ::1.l f, I'41If" Ilai, 1:12Th. : UK' of. !I'. '15 of :-II': ', and Lot 4 ::12 28 3" t-
: 2", 2', 31 ,. Iinknuwu -- I 111:1I. : .. :-<. ,1".1..' I.HIII & l1, I ll'H Sub 1,olK. ::1:1.:I 444. 4'l" Ii4 1 32 26 3n 20 Is! llla. C J__ __ 2.78 i
List 1" :9!' ... :II f. I'.k"n I 111:1: I II"" isr. "II ,'x"'pl N1." "r NU' ', _ 12 26 :I"I. I.nl., 65 32 26 3" 5 Ilallter. F M 1.03 '
List Ili; 2", 2'; ::11 :. ""lIkll""n -- 1":1: 1,18. 15 1111.1 IH _ _ _ _ _ p 12 2' 31.. I"( :N.sIis.' 11\1 237l.ut : I Lots. 17 and 1112 :,2 26 :In 10 Thomas. II U__ 1.61 '
I..t. l 111:1: 2""((2'; :II :, knowll'knowll _ 1113 i" _ _ 'n 12 26,; :1 6 I'nknoan 132 'I 1'10. Sellu0le, Land( & InCo. s Huhl 1,
'_ ( I''"; Lui, 445 n _ h _ _ _ _ h I2 I 2" 311:; II. l'nknuwn _ 132 141 l \lv of I all ..xi..lit I I'. '--, of M-:4. and >
ToLl. :S. rnlll..I. Loud 1\ III' 1'11 r Sub List III n _ nhnh 12 26 3" B Ullkll"\\11 1 12:\ S :Hl; '. - - 33 26 311 5. VLot :
1'1 I ..r. .II 'x1'' p' H'.. "r SN 4. 1Px !Lot ln4 I - - - I 12 211.; 3n (6; 'i3enr" II 1 32'I'h. ( \t"r: = = 33 26 311: Ii Semlnol Land
:-< 1-?: ', .. ... .pt, 1"11I1... r I.el1.r. Is' Ih.I ::111 2fi 31 : Srrnluule, ....-.I----'; 14.;.48 SubT & Inv. Co. __ 1.13 i

I<: Ixxnnm... 1.,11I', '"'1 /'isln. .1'/1)' ::111 2'; ::11 :. "u,r. It 1":1: Ids' \11 h h h' 13 26 311:: 844 IoI( l I I7 _ 33 26 30 6 Roq err. 8_ ___ __ 11ELot
1.0' ; ::111 26:11: r. I.lu".111n.. Ii S I 111.1 I.at 19!I..r _ = = = : === = .13 6 :111 II >tG.9)11 e1'. L _ _ Iii I". 33 26 3j IiVen". A M_ __ 103 ,',
I" ;_ :\11( 26:11: f. Iiyudrnbuxh..11. 111:1: List 11:1: nu _ _ _ h. 13 26 ::1" (6; Unknown _ 117 Lot 28 - - 31 26 30 6 Lee W H 1.03
i3l : :III '0; 31: f. (I'uknnwn. 111:1Lfi : .4.1,1. :89 _ - _ 13 26 30" r. "Inl..r 1 I'I 117 I Lot::: 1". _ .13 26 30 6 White, D F==== 1 01 L
4:1: :III 26 ::11 f. J'.."". 4' 1 111:1: 4.0114' 511 Iuld, 51 _ . h .n _ 1:1: 26 :lU I" I'al. M1 I 1111II. Loin( 47 Sad. 511, 33 211 3n 10 Coleman. C A _ 1111 '
311 6 31 f, IJnkt ow II 1 o3.oe : I.isi ,.i hh - _ 00- _ _ _ u _ _ 1\:\ 26 30 r. Inlb.5k W H 117 I.OIH' 5J a,01, r.I' _ _ 33 28 311 10 Hammond L C 161) \ .
""IHI! 3" 26; .41 5 IT"k"p! ,, 111:1: 1501, (3: 1:1: 26 30 fl 'Unle. M M _ IlI. I 7 Lot XII.ot -. - 33 26 30 6 Unknown u 103
7!' __ :41L 0 26\ ::1I f. "'..I.Io'n.. .1..... I 113: 1.1,144. 71 I 151111, H _ _ uu _ _ 13 26 30 III 1"l" ming. !511. 111"I. ( ( X4I h' 33 28 311 6 Unknown u 103 f
r tIll) S1 26 ::11 5 I"t k 1 ,11.1. J 1\ 1 : Lot '0 n _ h - 1:1: 26\11: r. .Ilino're. J l;_ 117l.nt Lot I h\ _00 33 28 30 6 Unknown 00 _ 1 "43 I
... ot ill _ :1111 26 ::11 f.II"//< ... .i 11 I 111:1: "9S: _ _ h _ _ _ _ _ 13 26 JII 6 ( ',01.11",1\ 117 (LotIn 93: _ 33 28 30 5 Unknown __ _ 103 -' .- ,\
,"" 11N ) : 26 31 5 3llbet .I l 03: List' 119! -- _- _ nh _ __ 1:1: 26 3"" Ii ""lIkll" II I 117 '1' S..nilnolI ., Lund & lnpt 4",. '$4 Sub-
Lot 119 :III 26 ::11 f. 11..10" I x1111 4' Jo: 11.S. 1.12" _ _ h h _ h 1:1: 26 3n r. 314 Iisnll, Id. .1"II 117Lol I I.ilv of all rv...1 SU >,4 of SWq. .x-
Jot 124 121 _ _ _ _ 1:1: 26W: f. 1-0.1\ .\ I t IT i i pt| Tl nib* l' 1..'UK.. to h.' KI..al"-"
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4 1'1\ ,or all exrrpt NL4. ,..r NW'N 5., ... Srnllolr l.a,1 I/ III\ Cu.44' Sub I.ot( :isI 34 28 311 6 ( 'nknownn _ 103List !
NI'; I, rzr" ,'pt '1'1", '" 1 l.l'Ilxr I.. the lJ: 2,; ::11 II'\' of \11 _ - - __ _ - 14 26 ::10I. :1111 I l 34 211 311 6 I >.. K 10 103
KlHalmnu", I.umo..I Uoni. """', '' - ::11 26:11: I 5 K. '10'I' 111:1: I.", III hn - _ _ n 14 211:10: 6 s..I.' I.dod, Lot 4 43 un _ _ :'H 26:10: 6 Taylor' K C 1113 .
],,,,, 2 _ :II 21i 31 f. J..hll".Mra\tll. : 111:1: & I\ C'11 I 147lulx L. .,.I .'" . 34 211 30 1 6 Kennu. A H 103
1..1 II: 2fi ::1I f. .k..wn. 1113 H uud !' n :_ . 14 26 30 I" llnnt04k. 1 I !', Lot 117 1 h _ :It 2/i 311 b \\'llson. H J _ 1\/3
Lot 3fl II: 2 6IL ; :31 r. I'.kn..w". 1113 1.1,1834.47.641.63. _ _ 14 26.; ::10 fI' 'aldw ,'tl. I ; fl 334 (Lot .127. V.--- 3428311 1i\\.II.\\'H_ 103
,! L..t 1 10H ::11 214 ::41 5 KIIIKHhur) "'J 111:1: Lot f.4 hh n _ _ _ _ _ _ n 14 26 ::40 5 "\\h.. J I' _. 117 'I'In. 101.,1..1., Land Ar Inv C<>. 'a Suh-
Lot 1 I 7 . h __ 31 26:11: 5 "1'nluloa. II 1":1L..t : Lnl iH _ _ !_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 14 26 30 r. K.'nne3. \\' \\ 117 ilx" of.all ,'x"'pl SK'4 ofNV\V4 ix- t' .
List. 1 122 _ p 26:11: 7 1'+1111,1. .,. :Ire 101 1113 Lul K4 hn _ _- uu __ n _ 14 26 I; 30 r. ITllkll..WII _ IIi i ('p, Tlmh Leas. to thi. Kl8slmr }
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Th. Ii..mln..h'. Land I/ !III\' 0'8. NubIIV 1.111 ( III _ - _ - _ _ - _ _ h I 14 26:111: 6 Mutton' ,. 'I' 1' III.n' Lot 1114 - _ _ _ 31i 26 30 6 Sernlnnlc Land "+
or all except Tlrnh..r I.l'"a. to 2/i 31 113 _ -_ _ __ __ __ _ _ ___ _ - - _ 14 26 311( 5 \Unknuwu 117 & Inv tf: .
the Klselmmec Lumber Cmpaoy--: 32 2611; r. 1'lIk"owlI 111:1': .Lola, 116 and 126 _ _ h.n _ I 14 21 6; 30 III M.\: I 90Lui I.otH x sad, !(! nuuhh _ 352ft 30 10 ltouthhy.lt F'== r
F List 22 h. _ _ _ _ _ 32: 26:11: 5 t'"I"wn. 1113I.nt Ill _ __ _ nnu _ - p _ 14 26 30 1\ \\'n''CJrh. Lot 4.:; -_ _ __ _ _ _'_ ,_ __ 35 211 311 Ii /I..nI. :\I __ __ 1.03 r
Lit 24 _ : 6 known I U3 lI.ut 1' 8\ _ 1 47Thr Lot 4ti l _ _ .u _ _ r. _ _ 31i 211 30 6 Unknown ___ 1.0aI. .j' S
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; Lot 61 ______________________________ 82 18 81 10 1.6A. __ 1.61 Lot 7 ____ _ ._ __ _ ___ __ __ _ __ ___ 15 26 3" 6 "hur'hili.V II 117 Lot !95 - 26 311 : Unknown tU 4?'45 1
,t Lot. 78 and 81 __ ______ __ ___- n__ ____ 8Z 28 31 5 Raderteadewarrt IA n 103 Lot 42 _ _ __ _ _ _ ___ _____ Iii 26 30 6 Unknown _. _ 117 Lot:: I 100" = := = == ====:=::=::::===:=== 36 26 30 Unknuwh := == .r "r'

.5 Lot 87 - - _- -___ -- _ __ - -_ - _ - ::12 28 31 6 Isaker ti C____ 1.03 Lot 67 _ _ ______ _.nunn___ Iii 26 30 6 Little. J W____ 1.17 I.ot 102 _ _____ _______,.._____________ 36 i 26 311 5 Unknown ._ __ 1.gl 71
Lot64 ______________________________ 32 26 10 Kfrk T ----- 1.61 Lot 71 nnu.n__un____ ____ 16 U 30 6 Unknowf1.17 Lot 106 -cn ------------------------- 85 26 10 6 Coble. 11Y .... t
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'. J.ota 109 and 116 ____ ___ ..._______ 311 26 30 JO Crow, n. Ij:_ __ 1',61 Lao : ..:.--- I ':HI' so 111/ Unknown _____ 1.18lad 1.18 All Hik111 _ -_.-_ _*. __ _._.__ _.._ _... ..,. Seminole Land
The Seminole and & Inv Co.'s Huh .... -------------------------y_ ._____ 1 26 30 1'<0'nknowlI __ ___ .' lit Iny Co. 1.6I..IH

d lJly of a1L. except Timber ......a." to'' 1.0 f0--_.___._ _.._.._._.___. .+,,-1//. I I 26 3BO 1 n Unknown'' -.-. 1.1 1.18 KJ.t 8. 4. 5. d. Hlk 1I9___ ':'__.......-.......- /tldwell.. U B-_ 6.21''

the KI."lmm Lumber. COmpany.. 3/1 211 3/1 Lot q9M1._ _. .-_ ..:... ..-, __...r__.___. 26. 1' .known 1.1HI.ut 1.1. 71111( 11. ilk 101 "--r'--' .. -_..,....., Moore I".D u- 8.65 '" w i

Lot Iii -L __ :____ _"_ - : 8l3.. 26an. 6. Unknown ..- -- 1.03. / 11'.J/ .-_- ,2\-.\ : -r'1 2/1'' 80 ',4 nknown .---- 1.1H'I..e Li.L'(, 35. BII 1Ul.a( ;! -_:.-_........:.. ...:. "' ...I"....., , . Unknown ---- 2.81

LoU II and Hi _ __._ _ nn :.. .. 96 211 80 10 Skiff F '" __ __ 1,61\ .. :; ; :;:. .:.,.."' ''''';;.,..._'''..............- 1 !6 3'1.' 1'; UnUknlulwn .__ 1.lIt 11. Bill 1148 ._ ___. _____.....,.;.;;._' -...'. 1'lw..I.: \V T__ 2:31: ,

Lot 411 .:_ __ nnn __ _ __ __ _.__ __ 3/1 2/1 a" Ii 1"'I.on.. P_ __ 1.113. 2t . __ . .. ______.._._.__ __.'_ 1 26 3((' p,. __ __ 1..IM 1.IK 1.111, H. I 107 -..-- .._"... ..,.i1>.'. ,;.! ; .:\IrlndaweW. OW! 2.06 ,1jI".t j
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Lots 66 and 61i __ uuh __ __ __ __ 36 211 3" I" t'lII1IWfIl. Z nn 161 I I.'" 311! 1 _ _ _ n __ _ __ __ _. __ __ 1 211 II" 1"4 ri.Icnowh __ _ 1.1H 17. HIfik lUN _____ ___ ; _- :....'.:'. C1,911 'j

J..ol 611 _hun.u _ 3/1 2'1 80 MIII'r..1 \V_ _ 1 "'::1 Lot. 31.2.! . _ _ _ __ __ __ ___ ___ __ I 21) 30 1'4 Inltll..wl1 _ _ 1.114. lH, Hlk UIN _ _ _ _ _ 'u UnknowlI ---_ 1.9 0 '

Lot 63 ___ _ __ _ _ _ __ ____ 3" 2.1 a" Ii Unknown. . _ .1.113 I I.oot 4U9. _ . . ._ ... . ___ _ _. _ __ I 211 3. 11,1 ,'lIknown - - I',1 1.114 I 1.111. IS and\ 14. Bill luU ; u _ _ "n.wlI) ---- 3.84I.

Lot tll _ . _ _._ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _. 11'1' 26 311 1 Ii Unknown --r 1"3, .In.t..41" . _ , _ __ . _ _ __ n 1 211 :111: 118 1'.1'0". - I Lot.' H. Hilt IH'(' .. _ .u'. _ _. __ ltalttetw'tl, .., w 1.73

... ... ... . .. ..Lot kA . .. _ u.un. _ _ u-- 3/1 :26; 311:,,, /\ Unknown .uu 1.11\: 1.10' .t fn a nd( 442 _ _ _ __ __ __ _.._ _ ._ 1 218 :11I: 21v \\.tt..r., ::11- _ 1.911 H 1.04' 14 11111 113 _ . . . . _ IInkJIIwlI ---. 1IIdLut
Lut'A'6"'L! _ .. __ _. _ _h _ :311 1 2'; II" r. lTnl"wwn _ 1 Lnl, 481 1 . _ _ __ _ I :W 11. 1'nknuN( u I I ::1. Bill lit .- 1'o1<'\\4IwII ----

Lot 119 U..hU t'. _ _ . . . __._ __. _ _ 341; 26 3ft 1How 11 nIC. J H. 1.3 '1'h.. H. nllaolr 1.1' Ii Inv 0b.'a.Ruts"Ulv Lol.. i. till' ( 114 _-_ "I.wn. _ow. I'M
Lot'1O8' . .. .. ; 30 3 Itnkuow 1 ua . a : .. I"I'"WII : ..
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Lot 104 : : : : : _ : ::: :: : : : :_ _: 711 lfnknowt -. : : .- 1.03.! Iat 9 .. .___ ;_ .._. _ . . :\ 2,'; p. (1'llllawu - 1.11 I Lot, 2. Hlk 1111 I nkwlI' --- 1.26 .

1.01 114 _ uu _ u _ _ _ ::42'(; 'I a" 6 'I'uknaNn. Ilia 1.'I, 1 I.. _ '_ -f= .. _ _ 11" a4. w P. "1',1kuuN u ]1.111 IJlll III . _ _ _ _ I 'Itnown' ---- J,26
1.01111\\ .u _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ ;a'i :6: 314:; .. \I'III.1111N11. 1118Lutx ..", 7 :I . a 2''; 3(1 I',. '( "I'n.'n . 1.1H i iI. 1..1 3.' 1111, 11 l H 1.1\.erniure' AE 1.2gLin
lU and 122 _ uu "u. :36 1 :'U'1 all I" .1..1",1.. I W I (1 I I Lu, 24 . :3 2'; ::11, 1 I'. \'III"wwn -- 1.18 Lot Itch 119!' \'IJ"nwlI .--. 1:26I. :

Lot 12M. : . . _ . ,;a.; I 6; :t.. :. t'ulunre, 11 I 114Thr I I...:. '''. ":I. 2.1!'. 211Lot.14 2fl. 2U. :a\ 21.; ::11' ; I" IIUIIII.:: .. 11:0:: . 47 :' 1 Lot' I I".1111 1211 I'nllllnw" ow. 1.26

H..1II1".I. Land & I" c. N I'u" :: 2:1"; : p. "t'11k11aesl. 1111.d '. I.ot' 110. II 1111. I 1214, Ilarm r. II C_ 886I.
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Lot 13 27 ::1" :. Ilrn, l lo-, .I h I' + i 1' I'nhuusn, 1 II.I II. L"I. 1 1111: < 1:1:: : .
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leds, :!4lnd 17; J ; 1" I" "I'ah nus n I .2: I I.. .I ,71 I .: :2611.6. J'. I n 1. nON n I II" I', 1 I 111; III",IIIIs 1I" 11"101.11. J 111. 126I.

Lot 46 . I ; 3a:\ r. ""nl.n 1.. ,, :".: .1 2.,, .I.", I'. 1. llaNi 1 1' .n.' :; \1111. "I'. .I I Uu 1 1'6
1111\ 143
1, Lot r. N . I ::; :3'1, ,i oud I. \\ 'I', I 1..1 :iu 4 .1 2'n.:: ,,, I''. 1',10',, "ss/'. I 11'1' I I., I I'dl".wn, - - 126L1
led 06 I ; :1": 5 'I'u.s. ma 11 1'11.1,. 1 II 1 '." i r 4 11\1\ 115
:: I."' ::1" ."pd, .1"'. .1 211 .1" :2'2: I I 4.1 IIlls 117. I "llIlOIwn h _ LSCI"I
Lot 1M _ u I :: ; ::1" r. I'lI1lth..1.1V '.'h.. ". ,11,110.1, , l.n,1 k Inv I'.. i' Sub-' IS'; 'IIIs: 117, 1"I"'WI1 - -- 1.20I.
1 I.ol' III _ - I ::; ::1". r. I'nkh0ssI. ._ Ills ,11. :NI,; '. all.1 I I.I 4 of XW' and( Lt, Itl 1\11.\ 14' (1'aluluwn --o. 1,26Lat

l.ulll7 . I ; 7111 r. I'nlcunnn. . 'sLul \\ 1'1'; ,'x'' "\J.t.' H H J : Ht of.I11) 4 I"I..t 1I11I II' l'I.IIlaw" 11 Oh ::2GI.

L1::*: 11:;:. :... _ _ I:I :t: : IiIIlu14:1111101411: : :::: ,:: \5\ ,11-" :ill I ;and I II I ::1",I.. 21. : ._.. 23.' 411. 44._ t'3. .4. I ::.; :ill ;1'1/' / .\1,1611, R' T 1 ul'La :i Lot' .n'. Pills\ 141! l'ukuowrt"I'nluloNn 1 ,,, - - 126 120I.

1.01, 1"7" r. I'lllcll. .. \ Ito' II\\' ; Lot. 12, :: Ifik; 14" - -- ..
I :.7: ::1" it ; .. _ _ _ .. 1 ;2f .1"" H I'nhnowu, 126L"
'1'i.. 1"11I11",1.. I.n"d & III' I 'o I.. Sul'- lal ::1:. : 4 2 ,f; a. I''. 1'111" "," .14 rl 11'I I I... I I It.. 1111 I 119; lt".I'V. -' - 7I"r
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Lot I - :: :: ; ::1" 5 'r14Vptu14.. A E \ lu-I 4 21.:: ::41 10 I' I'I., .Is "..S5 II I 115I I .u..8 2. 11111 1511 I hoop. 4 N. .
J 1.0In\ _ _ ; ::1" f. 1'11.. ,\ I 1 eL"I 1..1 I tills 1:01 1.26I.
I I.. ...1 I II' I 26:: .; :\4. I'. I1" ,,11""" t1 1'"I".w\, .
Lul 84 _ on gu I'nl.nawll: 'SLut _ . 4 26:: ,; 3"" 1' I'11111"'N I, I 115 '' I.t 1'1 1111 S I 1:01 1 120I.
:: : : : : : ::: : :: : ::: : :: I 2a Ifol l'III".wn, no. 1.26I
III _ : I'll Is %. I..t. I 111 . _ f 2':: 30 1' (t111411.. '' n I *I' 1 I. ,1, 17.:: 1111. 'I'uluu.w 11 _ :
I Lot :..7 _ - _ - ; :8 I" f. :l'oo.I..1.1L14l.lan II 1..1"' 4 2 "I ::1" II. l ukuuNiI' I IH ,I I I.,.. 1 211:: 1111. Ir.4 1:114: I 'l: '1.73I.1.

: . ' ::; .IiI f, lnltI"y" I.. _._ i iThr 1.,1:1. : ; u.. . 42''; 3" 1'. 1huowu" ,, 1 I ILai !9. I" II 12 I laic \I'I\ "INIII.I. I. - - 11(16(
: : $t ,minulr: L ;lId' & Ida, Cn'- Sub. I 11I 211 III 1. .IIJ. - 416I
. . 4 :20: ;311\ -p. I'14 \luu's' ll I 11,144
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KINNImmt'r I.uubrr, t'en1 p14II9' "$ :27: :1.: . 4 2': :I" 1' I'ilknaN. ll I 115 1..1 I' 1111 1714 I 157

t t Lot 211 __ -.- _ -.- _ _ - !9 27 II" r. lIu >\I,..s. J 1' _ s 5 LO1 Lot I I 1.1'43!:I _ 4 ".1 'W II.? 1111u0os( n I 115 I! I.. ., 14. 1111. I io. I 11..k I'I" luaw.Cord.a C Uu 1'7

Ltd: M ( : : : : i: g j 3':: 5 :r.k1114141: .:: :::: :: \ Lot 22t: . . _ 426:10: II. Unlulow.. 1 11'Lat ''I I.", .1 1111 Is 171 1 1'"I"wII, - 1 26I.
Lot 113 : : : : : : : _ 811 I'Ilt : : ::. "I"Lot _ __ 4t\(1:: : : 1'.. ,l'ulcluw. 11 I 15Lo12"1 I.. ., S 1\\11\\ 171 J'__ 126I.
11414 . _ _ . . r. I'"k".. :224: 1111 Is 1'1 I ; I1"'rt. J 126
u "4 Y7 ::1" n _ _ 4 2/ :III I'". (P0.0. ,, 11 118I I II$
1,01111 __ n _ . _ __ .u !I. 27 ::1" r."k"./" _ 55 : -. 4 26) ::1" 1' I'nlnow, n I 115 ;, I.4 1I 1 II' l 1\1.: I I I 111 <\.11.\ GJl126
Lot.. 116 _ - _ n _ _ _ _ 8 27 II" 1 r. ::111'.11.' I' -- .,.' "238 58:; U. :' 4 t30\ l1. I'nknOSSO 1 11' I 4.4, 'II. I Ills I 7 1 I I'uk"'n"w.O-1- I 126I.,4,1's

Lot 127 _ _ _ - - - - - !9 : ; ::1" f. \"do"w 'hThr 1.01 1'.1..1.1. "r Lot 37 _ \I 26 30 "II :.101 ,I1Y. 1:11: 172; 1'IIIIw'II. Z D_ 206I.
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H'miliol. Land & III" C.8 SunIIV 126
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& Ills 4... I I' Lot :::4 I 111k 1:4 M''Ie'1.' A F- 126
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Lute. f. 13. 211." 29 _ _ _ ,I'nknuN'n . 126
- I" :: ; 3" 2" 1"lInl. 4I; I. 2I\" ,< of Lot 44 \I H 30 L..I 4 1:11.: 1714 I : -
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Lot 3r. u . _ I" :211: ::1" !. 1'"lo.w", 1\015I1 ,I'I I 2':: :S Lot I 12:: 1:11.: III I ,, l'uknuwnLol --. 1.2a
Lot r.3 _ u :: : "1114 ,1, I :. Ells 171.J I4urklln. t1 A _ 126Lol
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loll.. 62 p- I" ::; :,,, 1u.tnuN, ' ,6 11' Nt. I .1 I II i I "11 I.ol, I' Ells: I 17 $ "I'uknow't1' -h. 126
I 1.1' 12 I IIIs 1 i iI"
Lo.tLul H - I" :: ; ::1" r. 1"1'1111.." I' )It .:.8 'I.K; I..t 1 I I"' 11110 1.1; I'"h""w" _ _ 1 126I.
Sit, .lull 1 LoIN :i'' :11,1 42 not 1,6611.
714 p' _ - 1":1":: : 6 I'"k".w" 'SLolx I.. .' 21 I"I '2. Ill k I76 1 T."I-yck.; JlfraA 301Lai
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Lul. MI: I" ; ::1 I" 5 I'nltnaN. ,n, 5Lt I..1 I" 1:11: 11.I ('IIk"ow" -- 126
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112 ,In ; II" f. Tu'tI.\ 1' 'e 11,1; H. IIlk I ,I'u 1. 1011. " I, I.'I'. I ,ua1, .l21'IIs:: I''" II"IUII I1 - __ Y7U
Lot 99!I ; :1" r. ,I'nknoNn'rh ,, "''oudV 11. _
1" : . : I.ol I' 1111 "I" 190
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J' L.., 222 _ - I II I ; ::1" rI'"I< "" I"I '" I - - T I I : I. 1:11.: "I'm : II.r.,1., III. 3111
Lot 7 ':11.: : _ _ _ . II. \
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r' Lot 33 - . uh. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . :/ 2 ; f. II - 5A I.'t'. I. ,nol I I'. BII' 2'. _ "I'01 I. I 1 S; .1 aG; .I : I Ittonxon. J 4/ 121I.
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Lot 66 -----------------------------s J\:\ 27 3e1 5 Unknown 1< I \1., t 21 "Ik _ In' t'I, .I l It 1 1 ,. ., I I' In:, .I II I \I" KlnzI: , ,. .1 J 141I.

Lot 67 __ _ _ _ _ _ h.hU _ _ 1:1: 27 311 6 Unknown h_ kI I." ._ 1< 11, _ - u .1111 .1 I'" 1.,1'" I : : : :1 1:11.: 'II Ilown, 1 A - 1291.'d
Lot 611 . _ . n \L"1 '1. IIlk 25 . . 1'.1 I I I.' 178 1 I ::11.4 I I'. I ',.kouwn I raI'
- - - - - - - - - 27:11I: \lnknown\ _ S -
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Lot 76 - __ -- ___ - _ _- - __ __ _ . 13 2; In: 5 Unk"own - - I \Lot 15 I Ilik 2c _ . U'U _ :llntnh4JL, \ 121 I I Lin:, 'I 1 I'll 114 1 Ilun,14ld1" IL 172
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1 Lot 91 ---____________________ _______ 13 27 30 Unknown\ __ .1< \ Ilik .' _ - _ _ n ,I'ulrlossu' 1.6 I ; \ ,' :a' I': 1:11.: 211::.' :l'nknuwn:: ::: :: : ; 61

Lot 93 _____________________________ IS 27 30 Unknown ___ .bl< I Lot 11. 1111. 2;' _ - _ _ _ _ _ Kaw bl' I/rx./ II' I 126'' l:Lol:: : 11' iili; :' HII< 218 II'.I. I". 1 I'; ,? 821 '
Lot 94 . 1 I L n 1 14 :: hrm I h I' I.U
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I ," ', Lot. 86 _..... _. _.__.... .."' ..'-_... ... ....- 14 27 80 I Unknown -?_ .. 1>,1. 23 anti 24. 331k-81-----. ..,,..,.*.,. Buulhhy.1 I. . 2.06 I et 2''", Hlk .III .- - -. --. .-..- --.- Harris J K" 4,4.

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Lot 7U n____ __---- nnn-__ 14 27 30 6 Jo'rlzz..lI, 0 S__ .118 lot 2U. !ilk 34 _') .. I;,;:' )' ,','' ' ', ... \ 1''kll"wn'.. -. "12.1 I lit I 1I11l p8 ,:u"'l"l'' " >.fl"I"\ \ . HchIRur CI C",._ .

7i Lot 67 _ _ _ __ _ _ - - . - - - 14 27 311 5 Olm..t..tI. F C .A8 1 Lots Band 6. I41k-t..___ ____ ,c' Unkno"n': : Iot l'IlIk : = 4 I'"i.-. ..:''V{ a ) 8 1.0I.
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i. Lot BI _ _ _ __ _ _ u _ _ 14 27 3" f. I'nkn.wn 55 I :: : 1414 37 '' - I :I'IlkhaNrl: 142 ,, Ins 2. IIlk : - . .\ulotn ..r. A.M- 1."
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t Lot '!I. _ _ Lat 4 IIIIs .i7 I Ills, ,. II. I. 'I, '. 1:1 I. .11: i
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1 Lot 411! P' u. U Il ::; :'it 11(4 knuwn'knuwn. _ _ 11' I'Lot' II lJk; Sl" __ n. _ - ,I'uls nnN, , U. I I. $ 1.,1' I It. '1716: :2,3: : :111.tgau .1 :61 I

( Lot 5110 _. 0. 7 31 Unknown _ I I' I..,, 11 1111 is 511. ,- -- -- -- . "1111juNU.! .. I I2 $ I.ol, I 'III Is2.I' :: 1.,1.1.. ... II t: 126I.
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186 156. 11'1. 188 189 196. lu1. 198 199! .Lrt 1:1.: 1:111: 54 ------s "i6I.
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200.j.. 218. 219>>, 22". 221. 222. 227. I.", 7.. *1111. 5f -I.( '01", ,,,, 1 1 1,111, .1, L l.s. 1611.:: - I'.know". -

228. 229, 280. 231. 232. 249. 260. 251. I...Ix I a0d IlIk 5 Io u- .., ... T J "n "I l.111, 7 1111. 11 1J.know' ? I.%'
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I 296. 818. 314. 316. 816. 317. 318. L"t 15. 1111 56 _ . _ _ 1I".k... II - Unknown _ 1.3I.nlx '
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at6. at6. 841. 8H. 14U. 150. 366. 366.r 4 \Ilk _ I.U
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=:r n; 869 880 n 178 879. m I Ius \Lot r.. !ilk _ _ _ - _ UU _' __ Unknuwn( ; .. 126 1.,1 l, Ilih :271 21: 1 - "u h Unkquwn _ l.tI ,
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390 691. 398. 394. I.ul 14. ilk H7 h _ _ _ _ u _ ______ Unknowtl: - 126LIOt .Ina f.. IIlk - - _ Unknown _ l.tI.
405. 406. 407. 4011. 409 410. 411r Lot 16 IIlk H7 u_ ___ - __ Llttb'r S 274 - __ I..' I j
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t I ., ,:!;, The Seminole Land & Inv Co.' Hub- Lot 16 Blk 91 UIII"'Wli h I. 271! _ _ "- ___ __ J'u.ekard'J 1.71I.
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_ _ _ _ _ __ I : : : : :: :: : : - h I40uING I1. I 128: .; I.ulx. !114n"l :2.: IIlk 282 : I..wl C B-
Lot 402 __ __ _. _ __ _ _ 34 26 30 1\4\ Kenney. W F. 1.18 1 Lot .. IIIk 93 u. _ n ___ 1t"ar.I 1' ". It A I.ot - _ o.h _ 1.11
58. II Lot 465 __ _ n _ ____ _ ____ _ _ __ __ _ 34 25 80 1 % Unknown ____ I.U fed B. ilk !'I. Al 126 I 128 :.! Hlk 2 52 h Unknown l.f'
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Lot JIO __ ________-______Y 1.6 80 1 Unknown _____ 1.1' Lot 20, Blk U : ---- 1.42 24. Ulk 289 __n Copeland, a.ol'Lot
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2111 -.------ --.- -_-_.-_... tration, S R, 14 Lot 1, Blk 43 ?______.___.___.___ Jackson Henry ..74I'ayne Lots 21 and Z6 ___?._:._ ?.-,. .. Nelson A 88.84 ,,
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felffi 1981 ---*-..-___-_-_-__-_-._. ., Unknown .._- 1.2e Lot I. Blk 41 __.-_.::.r---. _.__?, 1 john -- .74 Lot 61 -*.-____._?______:-_-? ..r.._._ Frelter. Wm.. 1.90 pLot +
---- .. .. Unknown .... 1.26 Lot ., Dlk 48 __?___+_?_______._... Jones, W H_._ .'14 61 ;: Nelson A S___ 1.90 ,
------- -- 4atpa Lot 1, Blk 44 __... ._ ..: Slater Hamll- All N of R------------------------ ' McCormick, AH 1.61 "
-- .. K:___.__ 1.26 ------.-_ .-. ''.-_ , : 'l *
fetflffiW -----:----- --...--..-..... Oorhrano, O.p L*. ; - Mon Cillle1 Lots 11' and 67 -____.-_____?....:-w 1 .\ Nelson A S-_.. 1.84 l
-------.. -__ I'arver. L M-. 1.26 Lot 8, lilk 44 ._____-_______.;..-..._ Bell, .74WrlKht. lot 88 Rlcker. V C l.tO ,b .
[ 24, ilk 294 -----.-..-.--.-..-- .---""" Unknown ____ 1.26 Lot 8. Blk 46 I?__.___.._.__...-__-._ J .___ .74Williams. Lot U ----------------------------------s.___________________-.. ,, -,. '( '."' WlnatonI'M I."
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lot Y. Blk 191 --- .. -- --..-.- ,------_ Unknown ___. 1.2 Lot 6, Blk 44 ...._________..._....._.-'-'- .. I 11_ .74 Lot 89 '._...............__.._.... _.. 1 , ;::'I,,r ," Walker f H __ 1.90 "! i
14, Hlk 297 --- ----- -- --..-+_ Uroadhurvt 1 1.X6. Lot 0. Blk 46 ____ __.__?._?__.... ., Reese. Albert .74 Ixjt 110 ._______,____4..?............-... .. .! ai -". McDonald, A C 1.tO {
Lilt -- ------------------_ Unknown Hughes' E! A.. .74 . .:...... '
20 ilk 297ot _._. 1.26 fcSJ t \ '
BIWk
.. i., ink 2'98 ----- -------------..__ Kre r. J ___. 1.26, 61. 414f-:::: ::::::::-::-::: / Woodard. () W :.74Hrown. hots 'iKnd 8, Blk B ___<...._-,._._::._ ": Smith, M L-_.. 1.SS ,a v

7 Blk 298 ---------------1.__ Unknown __. 1.26 Lot Sig 47 ____ .? ._____?_. .. Annl__ .74 Lot. 11, 18. 16 19. Blk C __________?__ Walker O L._ 1.11
------------___ Lot : 48 : --. Lot Berry... ...
IH ..:- Oommon Hell, Nancy ... 74Sensor. 'atea. '
1, Hlk 298s .. .. Ki 1.26 : ------------
11" 4. 6. mk.Y99 ----------:___ 4'hurchlli, W H 1.28 Lot 1.: Blk 61 ...I::::::::::=:::::::: : Will :.74 dJLWEajiTs- J

23. Hlk 299 ---------.-?- --- JoCm It h. J W __. 2.86 Lot J, Blk 61 ___ _.____r----_---___--. Johnson Katie .74 Lot 4 Hlk H ________________________ Burden El] R,_ .88
lot ---_--_ Lot Hlk I 61 << Joe _, .74 but 18, Blk BLots Unknown .... .80
Lot' 9 24HIK Blk 202, 289 _________""__ Unknown Unknown ______ 1.26 1.26 Lot 1.!Blk 62 ___:1:::::::::::::::::::: i fohnson.: Frank :.74 21 and 24-,-Blk----C--::=:::-.-:::=: Klrtcle, B L_.. 1.8S ;,

1..1 I. Hlk 802 -- .-.--- Buckley 3-__-__ 1.28 Lot 7, Blk 62 --______________________ Orlfftn. John __ ..74 Lots 9 and 12, Elk D ________._______ Klnste, M L_.__ 1.81
l.ol I lot' K.13. ]ilk 303-_____ -_--__-_--_ Unknown ____ 1.26 I Lot 2. Blk 68 -_______________________ Thompson, Lot 18. Blk D ______ _______ ____ Hamilton. A O .11 ;
Charles ____ 1.04
and BIk 808 Unknown 1.28 u I F
I 1..1., i If. 304 16 ..._-_-____ Unknown _n_ 2.06 Lot 7. Blk 68 __n__________________-- Prince Bertha .
i I.t ]19. ___ C. L. BANDY. '
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Dnvla, T': ___ 1.26 I
I I..IH' 13. 14, 19! 16 Blk 806,__.__._
"" Lot 11, Hlk 68 _______. Burkett. D_. .74YounK.
'Z' UnknownHoKcrt _.__ 8.66 ------- -- -- I ;
I .le t 1 1. 2, 8. 4, 6.. lilk 807 .___ Lot 14 Tax Collector: of Oscoola County. ,
John __ 6.26 lilk 63 _________.________ I' H _h .74Kltvbutl
I I"i 12. ilk 80S _-.-- Lot K. 1111 R4 tt..m 7A
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I 1..1,, U. Blk 808 -1.!______ Maei-mbi-r HuKhi-K J C 1'_L_ 1 1..26 26 II \'o'-Jllli 64- ,::::::::::::::::::::: \1V1111amn.1Aazlr l; ; ; ::741-

I i of :s. Hlk 3011 ____._ Lot 12, Ilk 54 ___ __ _
- Unknown ____ 1.26 ,.-u _______ Jn-kH. HaUle.lllniorf. __ 74 ,
.411 11. Hlk 808 ____ ______ Lot 1. Hlk 66 ____n_______________ ( Torn 74 \
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I 1..1 I 12. Ilk SOU __ ._I Il _______ Ki"K..hut ,Lot 2, Hlk 55 __n_________________ ()arNora ._ .74
l I.,,t :1. Hlk BID __________ y'. WJ 126 Lot 9. Hlk 66 KUftHfll. Pete' .74
l ul 'i, Kilt 810 __ __ __--_ __ Unknown u __ 1.26 I Lot 11. Hlk 56 un.U.. Hi-11.I CnllliHuberts ( 74
I lot., l.t.: Hlk 810 _- .._ _I""I"_-- WrlKht.UnknownUnknown", J _E_____ 1.26. II Lot 10. Hlk\ 66 _:: :::::: _:::::::: :: Kildli-( .74 '

I lot' 14. Jill 310 -1_ ___. __ 1.26 I Lot 4. Hlk 56 _Uhun_______ __ _-_ liar Katie E_ .14 'I ; .
l ,.IH, 21 and 22. Ulk 310 _--.-- UnknoiA n_ 126. Lot 11, Hlk 67 ___ ________ ______ Leonard. KrankVI .74 FOR SALE
i 'i f..Hlk 311 ___--__ !IIYIII.! A Rl __00__ 2 1.26 06 Lot 2. Hlk 68 h_ __________________ \ ... Will _ 74
(i, Hlk ail I.I"
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Hlk r,9 _uuuuu._ :Mntmlnic., (] .\
I I. a K, !Hlk 314 _____ l >jal. 1'N _.__ 1.26 Lot 16, Hlk 69 _ _*___.__.___--_---- Itt.ddIn. Kuiri-m .74\\
i .IK( I I. 2. 3. 4. Hlk 316 ._I"i CIlIIMICl Kos Mn_ 1.26 Lot 8. Hlk 60 ___ ____________________. I'ullat. .law _. I
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i ,t 6;. ilk 316 -_ AV WilninhnlKh 366 Lot 2. Hlk 64 __00 __ ___h __ ___ _u \V0od14or.1.l r
..t. fi, Hlk 817 _._- ___ J_ 1.26 HprtV _. 1 04 I :
..1.1 14. HIU 317 ... _-- I_"_ McNi-nl. (J A__ 126 Lot 3. Hlk 64 Ctlffln. John __ 74 8.000 acres splendid farming and citrus fruit land for sale well
t I..I.1 It.. talk 317 _- ______ Unknown _u_ 1.26 Lot:: 4.: Hlk 64 ::: .::::::::::::::::::: l-Mi-rnon.; Jiifoli.Hlenton. : :74

L"t I ., 18. Hlk 818 _--._._ KmoKn M.IIl 1.26 Lot 11. Hlk 64 __ n.________.____ __ \V _ .74 located, some beautiful lake front property on tract and much good
I I 1..1. 16. Hlk SIR __ __UhU. _I. __ Wolf C __n __ 126 Lot 14. Hlk 64 __ _.___. __ ____ Hi'ildln, KuKvnt' 74 citrus fruit land well trucking farming and grazing land. will ,.
rattlHon. J M. 1.26 as as
I 1..1..| 1 and 2. ilk 319 __. Lot 6. Hlk 66 Slitter H(3ft _ 74
I 1..1, 10 Hlk 319 I..I* UnknownUnknown _n_ 2.u6 Lot 1(1( Hlk 6------------------------_. NoWllilanm. 74 introduce the purchaser to the and deal direct best of ,
I I.cal, 20. lilk 319'----------------------- ---- -- _n_ 126 Lot 16, Hlk: 65 :::::::::::::: ::::::: ry. ."n-i UKviTitt. :74 owners can

I I...l' 21. Hlk 3111 Holl.-nlx-ck. J_ 1.26 Lot 20 Hlk 66 __ __uunn_____ John__ .74 reasons for selling and favorable terms of payment can be arranged.This .

I I'...I. 12. Hlk 320 _- __ Bmlth. J WHiiriiM. 1.26 Lot 3. Hlk 81 ____ ,._______ ___u_____ Uontvll.VJ11.. 74 '
I I...I' 18. Hlk 320 _?___..__ __ II T_ 1.26i Lot 6. Hlk 67 __uUn______________ -- Glover H ____ .74IS tract is a money maker lands adjoining are being colonized and 1
I L'd' B. Hlk 321 _ Unknown __ n .: : Lot 12. Hlk 68 Sharp :Minnie.HuK'ieH. sold than Full
I I'H. C. and l 6. Hlk---322- _- ___ Unknown __ __ 126 Lot 17, Hlk 68 :::::::::::::::::::::: ; Llczl; J: at more five times the price of this tract. particularsto

I Lul C". Itrfc823: ---------j_ __.._____ __ UnknownUnknown uu 2.06 Lot 18, Hlk 68 ___ _ u __hUn___ SiimH. liavl1MrKlnnoii. _ .74 interested parties.
I I.IH.. 3 und 4. Hlk 324 ...._ '_ 126 Lot 4, Hlk 69 ____________nnuu _ l T K .74
I l.iitH. 12 and 13. Hlk 324 __ "Unknown uu 206 i Lot 7, Hlk 7(1 uUh.n____ AllenJas __ .74 SMALL COLONIZATION TRACT. ;
Lot: 14. Hlk .125 __ Unknown __u 2.06 Lot 3, Hlk 71 nnunuoou. Crawford.LUileSpauldtnK. .74
l.ol 15, Hlk 32T _- Unknown _ u 128 Lot 4. Hlk 71 _ UUhoou,. . n_ Oi'UDavln .74 We have a tract of about 1,000 acres most excellent land for high 4,;
I 1.1: 16. Hlk 326 ._ Fuller. A CIllKKlnH. 1.26 Lot 16. Hlk 71 __ unnn_____.___ Hi'iijCooper. .74
Lot 17, Hlk 328 _-h'._. _-.-_ C C__ 1.26 Lot 3. Hlk 72 _ __ ___ _ _____? __ Will MAnderson. 74 grade colony tract because the lands are excellent quality, and are 1 I '
Lot 2. Ink 32K Unknown __u 1 26 Lot 7. Hlk 72 _ __ __ _ ____. _ . _ John 74 f
located church and
Lots end 5. Hlk 32H ____ .. Unknown __._ 12 Lot 8, Hlk 72 _ u.u__ _____ !Smith JI-IIHP KHearlett. 74 fortunately so convenient to high school good :
Lots 8 and Hlk 32U -_ .. Parver. C N .. 2.06 Lot 3, Hlk 73 Frank 74 Here the for first class I
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Lot 2, lilk 330 _ _ _.__ _..... n Lot 3, Hlk 74 :: :: : : ::: : :::: Hoberaon. JoeIteddln 74 ,
Lute l 5; and 6. Hlk 33(1-( .._ Unknown -_ __ 126 Lot 10. Hlk 74 . _ hn.u. It H _ .74 colonization proposition worthy of close investigation. y I'
Lot x. Hlk 331 ___ Kirk. T ___n 2.06 Lot 2, Hlk 75 u __ __ ____ _____ _____ __ LaInn'! __ 74 C
Baker S ____ 8.18 .
Lot 1. Hlk 76 JohriBon j I-1n 74 ORANGE GROVE. r
3 Hlk 332 -
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Lot 4. Hlk 332 _ -_ UnknownUnknown un 2.87 Lot 3. ilk 76 -I--- ____ __ _ r Thompson H 74
Li.l 12.: Hlk 332 h __ 1.78 Lot 4. Hlk( 76 ___ __ __ __ __ Wllll Allan 74 Lakeside farm and grove. 127 acres located about 4 miles from
Lot 16. Hlk 332 _-. UnknownUnknown un 1'26 Lot 13. Hlk 76 uuu_ _ _ _ __ _ ___ Elliot; I C __ 74
Lot 16. HIK 332 .- ---- 1 26 Lot 14. Hlk 76 -- - - -- _ . .u _ Hxirki-tt CB_ 74 Kissimmee court house. Land has a lake front for nearly half a mile
Loin 17 ,mid h.Blk- 332 Unknown __n 126 Lot 1(1( Hlk "K . __ __ . _ u. .. Smith Richard .74
Jrlmin. H 2 06 and extends to county road has heavy hammock high pine' and fine
Lot .
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Lot 15. Hlk 333 _._ : >,
Lot 9 Hlk 334 .- _ _.. UnknownUnknown __n 1 126 26 Lot:: :P'HWk1l7! _ _ _: : _ _ :_ : :::: . Lane.O'kln 74 farming and trucking land has about seven acres grove, three flowing 1 I'
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;. Hlk 334 n. u
Lot Lot I I. Hlk :3.17 .h. __ .-_ _. Unkn..wn 1 26 Lot 8, Blk 80 ._ _ _ _ _UUh __ HowerH, IkeAndernon _ 74 wells 6-room house with pretty palms live oak and banana grove l' i
Unknown. _ 126
Hlk SIN _ __ Lot 1. Hlk H _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ JC J.1t31( "
Lot Lot 7. Hlk 33?* _._ Unknown u 126 Lot 12, Hlk (; h _ _ . _ n _ _ _ n lOjiati'r.. KnHlo .74 ,. pretty view of the lake and an excellent farm and grove just the place I ;
H. Unknown, ._ 126 Lot ]15. Hlk (1 _ . . _ Johnson. \VIIL 74 .:
,Lot 17. Ilk .140 - .. _ Unknown ____ L26 Lot 22. Hlk 0 _ __ _ _ _-hUh_ _ nn __n_ .. Anderson Anna 74 for a high priced home and grove and a fortune can soon be made
Lot IX,, Hlk 3411 IInkn..wn' 1 126 Lot ilfi Hlk II _ _ II in d\' .\ltii.rtHuk'liifl 74 this
Lot 2 Hlk 341 - ._ .. B..h.! -... H 126. KISH1MM.ICK: : I-IT1 on property. ,
I Lot: d. Ilk 341 -. -- IInk.n. _ 126 .. I
l.nlH II .and 12. Hlk 342 . . . l1I1k'"n: 206, ll *i> AnillllonAll PRETTY SUBURBAN HOME. ;
\\ of Hof Hlnik 1 11 1 XI"fpt IOU'
Lot. v Hlk :144 -- - MahoiiiK. ..1IllllllHOII I.26LI ft. nrr s end ir Lot. :.t!.tII.K _ _ Hnl.t'. ri SO' I
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,Lot: IN., Hlk Hlk( ::34ri.till,. -. "._ -.. Mull\ 'llH.M A HVi M_ 126 1 2fi KT mi 50 N ft Ml N ftt of SK Los'or ft :.S of; 5d Hlk ft r.11 KKl W' if ft I.. onaril. K 2211( \ view of town and lake pretty place just outside City limits, 5 acres N ;

Lot l.r.. Hlk :.147 --- n - - l'nknoNII, _ 126 A <' I. H)' run N f,0, ft \\' Hid' ft Ir.1I' planted to oranges grapefruit tangerines peaches and different kindsof .
I I.nt 1 1 Hlk :34S ,
n - - UnknownUnknown n 126 ft I K 100 fl VSaddliV. U 2611( '
Lot ii,' Hlk X48 - . - . 1 12/ II. I*. U.........-.-..-.- -tilrilllun.hU - - - r I berries. Good irrigating plant water works in house chicken

1'.1 )If. Hlk 34K u - -_ --ST. 1'.ln..r.. J._ 12G Lot 4 Blk a ____ _ _ .. Y"I".I'\1 !911 house stables and an excellent place for a fine little home in a delightful \it: I '
AUDITION TO ,
I.AKK; rUi"NT CLOUD LotH 7 and S. Hlk U ._ _ on. _ _ _ _ ThomaH. \\ alt t rWIlHainR 7 f.7
Lota 3.,14. Hlk 406 nU __ inlnoU': Land ItohliiMon'M Addition healthful climate with freedom of country life and yet enjoy city .
A, lnCo 624 Lot .1 Hlk Z '. .L 478!)
Lot ',' JIll 411'< ; -_ - unknown _ 2 70 :Lot:: 2: Hlk 3 -: -. -- -- - .n-. : .- 1 KoliliiHon.; : Ilra- advantages. Owner is a non-resident and will sell for $3300, on terms. \

Lot X. !ilk 40H -.- IInl..w" _ 270( Hi.. !" 41
Lot 4.: Hlk 434 ,_ - h PoknoN n 2 70 Lot 4. Ulk C. _. _ _ ( lrv'en. 0 ru _ Id 66I. Many other splendid propositions to suit anyone desiring a Floridahome ... \.
Loin 5 anil. 6. Hlk( 434 .- ul..w.. il C __ 27.68 LolH I (6 p.in.l. 7. Hlk I.LotH - ' \V.'n"'r. 11 \\'. 12 ("Mi investment.NEU5ON. ;
or
Lots 1. 2. 3, 7. and 8, Hlk 455 _ Si.ni I noli' Land I. 2.:1: Hlk HI ,itauldi'ii, Henry 12."do :
Inv: Co. _ 1030 K I. A. I 'O. \iUIHlonLot .

HIil'LKVAItH: LOTS I I* _ -_ __ _ . _ _ ._ Kli'mliiK c C 1V._ 10 50. .
List 43: -_ _- ", r'rn.tt.I.1\I, 46 S5 LolH 28:< .. ",124 . KlKHimnii'i'Lanil REALTY COMPANY -?'
( Lot 1 :: 47 .- "I'n.1. now n 565I.ol I ('.. _ 15.19B ,
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r.4 t'ulunwn. 621 Lot 34 - _ _ _ HOKITO Wrft Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. (
Lola fih and 51Lot - - .-----00---- I IIV 11.98 ( M A _ __ _. 01 ,
Lot 'i.l n -. u_ Si: ,\\I: ; Land Lot. ,IX' h _ _ _ ('ull. C KKlakr. Uh 419 ,,
\ 1 nr ('u. o r.k J \\ixxlnirx Sub-lilt of Lot !VB i ;

H4 _ ___ _ _un.n_ UN k now:n. 6 .is I Lot 16 _ _ .. _ hU List '.15 - -- _ h ___ Ilnknuwn. 6 38 I Lots IV 11 20 _ _ _ _ ( Ceo _ 623 -- -- -
1'.1 1.1l.t __ h __ ___ ___ hnkuuwn. h_ 621 ,LotH jr. mill 27 _ J.k. 1 Eliza fi 21 s.
1'.1 ;7 --- ___.:_____ _ __ u__ Unk now nI'nk -- t. 21 I Lutz 2N unit 29! _ .1 lick,'''''. M h 4 HA 1
,Lot I 131 -p. H _ nU___ (: now n. 621Ilnknuwn Lots :34 mill J.'i 1'r.(."( h. KoBB-- 406"
''1131 1 - -- _ _n 621 Mr.. \l. t. 11 anrb.rd's ..'; .:Ih'L
1'1 346., _ _ __ _ _ UnknownUnknown. __ __ 621 I I.(541 f
I Lot: 141 - - : :: :". --__--___ - _- 821 Lola 21* and 27 _ _ \\"III"'H.Rnm,. 1(3 New York and Philadelphia
Lot 142 ___ __________ _ Unknown. _on 621 \\hllr A U..rb ...Ir..'.. sub1)h D at 41 1 65{] j
1'.1 143 ----00---- -------------- Unknown: _. __ 621 I Part at ....t (Tk $ : [
Lot 144 (Unknown 0 21 Lots. I and 2 . _ _ WhltiG__ _ 161 1 .
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!Lot 146 - - --:::: : Unknown:: -::: 0 21 I BIg NIC _Cor Lot 7r run S ItH ft \% iAnd Return1:- '

l.ol Itti __ _____ ___ ___________.__ ______ Unknown ____ 621 210 rt N Ibl! It I'; 210 ft n _ _ _ Tlnrr S A___ 2.91 1 11I"K = :
Lot 147 _._________.-------.-------.--- . Unknown 621 X\\ .'car Lot 78 run l b: 13T'.. IIIi I
1,01148 ________ ________ -.n- ..-- y Unknown :::: 6:21: 1115 ft W 131'4 It N 1115 ft __n__ Sanders \V.Jn 1.111 VIA
lA>t 149 _______.._._.__.-_._._-----... Unknown ___ 6.11 Bag NJo Cor lot bll run S 42 U W 111 .

Lot 160 __r-------.-........,..................-. UnknownIll ft N 42 ft l'3 1111 ft nu.___.______ flrean. 0 Itn_ 4.86
Lot 161 -----d.eTp-n.M.apf\ !"+.fM..a, #+s ', I Unknown ____ 6at Lot HI --------e--------------------- w ::11111..8. B J-J_ ___ 12.00
loOt 168 , '' '. I."' Unknown ____ 8,8\ Itoberl ... .. Addition , Atlantic i
I..t 161 _8------'r'," Unknown ____ 6.21 .. flub-lIh. .r Itl... IJ L sad :' '. ,1\\ r'.''.4' o I qoastLipe j
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Lot Jli4 ---------------..--.-.........-..- Unknown 6.81Lut166 :: :, ,
_ ______ __.n____________-u__ IInknown :::: 6'21I. Lot 13 _____ -____--____--_-____--_ Fraeler Bob__ 4.06 ,
I.nt, III------------------------- lJ..k..llwn. ._. 621Ia All Hlk 41 L __ -- -- __ _ --_ -- __ -- __ 'rhumpKon IS __ 1i.60 t
H.1 ._--_ __ _ _ h _n Unknown. __ _ 621'I.'H. ehoemnker's ...b-Uha .r IUk H I. .
I __ ... _ ___ u_ -- I'.k".w". 621I. Lot 4 _ II" H' Anna 623bormnkrrN :
i I...t H.'.. __ --- -P--- 11..1. lnwxa 621 ..ub-IIlia of Ilik I( I.
1..1 i Ian i h -- - 1hiknuxn. _ 621 I..t I Uun. gun .\ E 2 1 l' I Sold Limit October 31
i..t ii.iI :: ____._ . - 1iik' .I "..w II 621 Lot 2 _ _ .I..h..h". .ill- I Daily :
I Lot 11.2I - I'n4nuwn. 621 I tort 7 !(7I. t
I Lot. lea I II. - - I'nknuxit. 621 1..1! .. ---._ I our. !11ur1 4 79I !
I...1' 11.4i : - 1'1 Li "i.." Ii l; 21 I I'::12' IIIk t'( (L _ 1.M. ( 'haK 796! : I Stopovers All Points '
i I..l i ii.r. Ito, tIIIIR' II __. ..21 SII", HII \' J. -.lIlIh( u" J. I,: AII
i I.?.1, ii.i.: __ __u IlnknuNt'' 621 I. S'All ", :
I I...1 11.7I :: -- 1'.1 l/nuxn 621 ,... Jot I.. g X\\' ( 'nr ..f 1:11\: F 6 ruqS Steel Pulmans Electric Fans ; -9
I L.1 11.vM - 1'nlnulln 621 : 711 1\ I: 198] 11-\ 7" ft N 199 It u I .1'1\ .1.1 HU I IN
I 1111'( 111>l \ ; '" 11111 5. _ . __ _ 111 t Ku, a1' 17701 I i ;'
...I J. IIIU 1I I __ __ I hack N. I: 1 74 1.l 1. 2 ::1. (Ilk 7 _ M.IK'\.1' 1345I. :' '
I.I ,'.t 1 H., Hlk I II - I'. .' Zllln 74 (I.., 6;. 1111 I. It 1.1": l.is 1 :1IIhtL,1h I n
I: :I It1k\ :s: _ __ \\ ,nsluualnnIluMxh: ; : 16.4: ( i ', .
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I I" i 4 HIK 4 __ I'. t ,'raou., :11 T 74I uhr r' hawsrruud: LddIIIon. I II. For information and reservations, call on ';
i .t i i riu I i.I i. - \\1II1I1"K.! I I' N 74I" 1.t. 1 It" huld.oI J" I I''" "Is I
I I Ito, i.; -- (I'1, 1I. II .. I' It It ....n ...Int, I II W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent. Kissirnmee. Fla. ',-
I I.. ,Its I o4I I :. : no.t. I I.1.: h. ..' I.?, 9. /Ills 10( '
I I", ..1 I 6 I lllk I 1 7 -- l-1"u"II"K. H 8_ 74P 1 .cal S 43:t d, g 1l' 2f. f' N 17 d. g II'2 Y. R. Beazley J. G. KirklandT.
I I lllk 7 -. I'41141,1 II 7.I" 1X Dol.: g I'I : 2', 1\\ C d. I ,l') 72 ft 1o'" 'V.' Mb I .. N 21I.n1 I. I II. i
", .t, 1'1' Ill 7 \Cn1I.. .\11.. 74 :. .,"I.... I..., I I I. .' .. yn1I' ft 41.. I P. A. Tampa D. P. A. :' I
I I....1 14, 1 ItIV 7 _ h I'nn,' Imm,4: 74 ,, "I. calf' II old'. HII l''(1" Su' ,,11.. I: II 145 1 I., I
Itl laht 74 It.....slIl',.. tddlll.Iu.
7 !
lr., Hill
I:I I..t::.1 t: l C lllk K - - I.J.. :d.;.1. /...: .74 I II. Lot, 7. F"\1, I (H :' H II I
'"' ::74 Inbars u'\ra1's tddltluns '
I I. l 7 1111,1. I.on. It I II II l A .' '
I HlkI \ 1111..II.K, l.Ir.zI \ .tilts' ,I.,.,1" 1\ Nld", anoM' I' MId' "r 1 10 IsI
.I l I U4 I uud,, '1:11.: I 1'un II .Inul, I I'.. ", ,x', ---a '1

I I.. .i In (Ilk x :-tI.l.:: )I., NI.. y .74 (I.... "I', 1:11: I I' .;uhuul., I. II ' 76 :
..1 t U'I IIIIs I 8 FI.,1 1-11111' _ 74 I.ot., !9. ':111: 1 I. I'x I1. .Usou, 27''; (C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.. ?
:-lmmK: lulls .74 ".b'N' taldlrlunK's. . '
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1, Burl It"Kit 74I ; 1:11: !, I: :",.," .1\ 12 x'',' ,
I ..1 I I 1 I U lllk Hlk 12 II .I1111\ M I ;L u.. rs.1. 74 I II SI's.' ,.I, Lt 1 ,nul b. NC: ; 1: 1'n. Lot. 2 w wL
I I lllk' I 12:'.1l I'," I 1. .1 II ; 4 'Inn S S" It .1\' .IIM. 1:0\ :; 30' rl I: tub' C ftIII The Waters & Carson
I'.Ik III ;'. N-on1. I .. II" 14I : !. Il.ru .II I"H S 6't': 1
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11 11 r 1in' 1 74I 11. t. ,1'nlrlrk'. tddltlunL . ,
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i I : 1 Hlk l 1:1:I II _
11 Iallh.'w 104I i'; '" Lot 2 1.11 . n. II.. '"hili.( )I IIII I

I ,I i,. Ulk 1 I MI I-r'sk,1 I'uuuan, , I'Sarah" I. 14 71I I I.t,.' .1 HI h 'J Suslt' F ll:\, .I l' :""I; ,i i i'II. I II I I'I.

"I > Hlk 14 'I'I..on I'K"' u.I I t.III",,,',,, II. "nb.IIh.. of. IIIk ." Grocery Company
l II 1 lllk III 111" II (' 1 11-1
1- , III< I II 1..1' r.
N nshingtonIIVNI ,, 11 1 Iln-N' tddltlunI. .
I t I II: 1 lilk 14I ., !1'nkmsq '.
; 1114I ''I. Is II 1 oI.
1"1., 14wa 74 I I..., 7 I'alsnox n I l
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I I., .1, 't I Hlk! IT 1',1". 11.110111. 71 1.,1, 00- - l'nk'HJwII I .. I WIlolei4alc and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
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/ \ I I 1..1 Lot.' I I I., Jllk Hlk I I IXI I'l! __ 1 1:01".1.: '1.,11.. ... 1411. I II. :I.ol:::: 22 2' ;:uo1 taut:::: so";3 . I AVdulg.n.'.:.'Ian; 11.\ \h l':;'- : 1 J I';y0::: I .

of''l.i, Jh11M.,11] ,. .1 S' ; 4 'I.1 I: Luca.' hills K Sub-lnln ..1, :N '" of SIS I
,., >' lllk 1 1I 19 _ \\ III IIIIIIN.' .lulla .74 I ., ,st., NI; 1 : .. Lt, -\1\' _ 28 25 :26Lu1 \

I I.I .l"1 t .I 7: 1 Ulk Hlk 211 20 n __ _ _. u- S.IIIIdrIM I.'H% II. )I'M A 74 74I. : :::: \ .1(1k plot 6 1 I11k I Iles.1'.1;::: 'alol a. MsMrrv,: : \V S JN 1 1I.o1N :: I I

I l.t-. !ilk 21 lI11h..IK"111". I and 1111 4 _ Cud V, P1': . 939 I o
I I. ''t I II Hlk 2:1: Lola :I. I 5 -111k 4 DO1t .\ 1 I': 2' I 'I
"'/ r 104Lot u run .ra + 00a + ctc 00o + o 1000000000, 0 . . . .
1. ,. I .... .. AddlInnl.ula
( 'Lpr" I' I t' 14 .r.
14. I lllk 23 _. _ __ u I''K'c. .luM 14 11 nod! I 12, Hlk A . _ Flrnp-can! '. .I 1V'_ 270hlnalmner 0 0 0 0 \
Lot ____ _____ I
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lest ___ _ \I. Lall' I... Sam 70 llrlg his WE SELL : 0 WE BUY: 0
I II I, lllk 24
1 I; "Iion,,' Soh-I' ' hf ..f9'I
grula n R''y
_ \Vllllsunx. 1 C .74 n
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Lot ___ _ _ 0 HAY 0 0
. 'III. HIK 2GLot A"'h,all.lultus 14 I I'.r: SI': '. and Sty uf 'l't' lit SF' J I 0
I''. Hlk' 25rLot ___ _ -- I 16 26 28 0 0 0 HIDES
of SI I'; _ .
n..u .14 ,
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K: Hlk 26 ___ u \11,11 Uuluti') Lot I". Ink I . -. : - 14. II '1'J __ 9Ind < GRAIN 0 0
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"| Lot K. Hlk 2ti> __ ,I.ula/"1 11.4(. '6;, JIll f. _ .n _ u 1"1. .F :\Lu 98 I
1.1.,1. J H 14 I Lot' '. Jllk f. \xlut.l' !. Jnhu. 99 0 0 0 FURS, O

1, I'Ot Lot Id 12; Hlk lllk 27 26 h__ _-. __ _ __ -_ ---- I''K.' lliq.1 -- Lists. 2. 4. r.. 41, 7. IlIk 7 - Von"Kan'. Cattle .> FERTILIZERS 0 0 .
n ( t 164
x oud 104 I n -- 0 0 0 WOOL
0
Lot' H.lilk 1 _ 1Vnring.. It I' 1"3I. ,
__ __ "1n, ""'H. .I II- 74 -
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I Lot 13 Hlk 27 ____ - __ - _ - Yilil, .las. -- ..74Lot Lot. ::1. lilk 7 . _ _ _n 1"-,," Cult'"' 0 SHINGLES, 0 0 ; i

:Lot::: B, Ulk 28.----------------------:::::::: ::: : '1'hoinpson: , u Cu __ 133 0 0 0 '
7. 131k 28 __ _ I
I'hxrlee __ _ 1114( List 3. HII H n___ Axr..rcl, John I 1(13I. ( 0) ORANGE 0 < .
i 4 IUk 8 _ __ _ 'H BOXES AND It
Van Susan .14 Luis and 6. h _ __ ___ J"lnK. 161
Lot 11, Hlk 28 _______ ___ __ __ __u___ --- 0 0 0 '
(Llr.. Nora __ ..74xxrll. Lots' H and 9. IUk 8 _ _ __ __ _u_ I'otu Cattle .
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Lot 6. Hlk .80 ______n Fanny .74 l'o. _ ______ 191 o ORANGE WRAPS 0 ALLCOUNTRY .

I Lot Lot 9 1,, Hlk Hlk SI 30 _-_.:::::::::::::::::::::: J ': ;", W M :.74 UNPLATTED 1..6.. (ilk 10 _LANDS-, __ __ _. __ __ _ ___ ____ .Axfurd .loh" 103 0 0 4

Lot 6. Hlk 31 __________________n __ Jones. rn..t: .74 "
-- Lane J 1It'I 711 Ida N of 'E"' C"r of SW" of 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 t
Lot 8. Hlk 31 -- :::: Williams' ,nJ.P_ J: IiW"L4. run N 10: yde W 10 yds S 10.yds. ;
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Lot Block S3 ::: '-.a..r. DavId .74 E 70 yda ___._________________ 1& JII 1 Lrseane. Scipio 899I' .
Lot 2. Blk 84 ________nu___ _________ H..I. J W_ -__- .74 \ iii of W of 8E4 Of 8W74 ___.:__ 16 U 81 10 Watson A Au 161 < CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUC ,
t Lot 4. Blk 85 __..____ _______________ n of NW\ of 28 U a. 406
n Stewart John_ .74 1.01 NW'4' of NW-4? _____ I Ham..Mr..JRI 0 0 ,
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Lot 12. Hlk 3/ _______ 420 fl and 2J N of11E
Lot 14. Blk 36 ________.._n_________ Bddlnl BowenWlll. Chari. .74.74 Bog B\Vy4 .f NW'4 run N fl 210 It W cor 2101ft 000 004.4' 0 . . . 000000 00 0 . .1.. 5I

Lot 16. Blk 38 _______n___________._ Mango. 'Va.h-_-_ .74 8 210 tt E 110 ft __________ _.._ 18 Il a. 1 Unknown u _. 2.21 \ '
LOll. Blk 87 ________________________ Burkett. Sam .74 Beg H'Cor of 8W ... of NW y. run- E .
Lot 4, Blk 87 ________un________ Tfllle I Ella -- .74 21(1( ft N 210 ft W :210 ft S 210 fL___ IS Il at 1 Mlm. W B____ 2.91
Lot 9. Blk 87 --______--____--_- -- -___ Forrest Annie I !VEST KI88JMMEE- We sell field and garden seeds of all kinda. aQ

r Lo 10, Blk 87 ________ ____u_______. May -__ 1.04 Lute 6 and 6. Blk 1 _____ _nnnn. 7 Addle ,V _____ 1.32 We give special attention to flit Ing out hunting and camping pard__ a

___ ______ __ MltchellI4urrlll .74 Lot 5. ilk 16 Uhnnhn_ I Sutton, MraEC .88 Free deliyery In city limits Pho ne No. 12.
1 Lot 7, Blk 38 ___________ _____ .74 I'INJoVALE-
tot 2, Elk I* ________________._____u CIaIr ayman.Dor.le. P C .74 Lot 6 _ __ nuuUnununu_ Donald.on 1 B ItIo/IO We are county agent for good f ertlliiers. Ask us far drcmUn aM {s4 ''

2. Ulk 40 .-________n-- Pler.on Jacob ..74r Lot H u_ u_ _un_____ ___nn__.__ Nobles. P C___ 1,110 prices on fertilizer. q kw ,
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''I FRIDAY JUNE 6 1813.
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\ ... ... THE KISS IMME VALLEY GAZETTE: ' "

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"I Listen need !I The Wife and the Pay EnvelopeWhere I Classified Advertisements I :


; you I

;' and how to get a little "nest I tire earnings, weekly of monthly, to I Advertl.ese.ts are t.erted under tat., head at t e r.t .t 8y.acent.

; c-; tasty furnishing goods egg" to put aside for the'emergency his wife; at the same time, I think 14r Lt.. F.r Eck JaHrllo. ll

( dress i Of life is a tjuestion, that Is. .that where a young man is working . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
to complete i i everyday I ; II. . . . . . . . . . . "
- ? .4 your .I j puzzling. ; nearly every young married on a small salary-.or weekly wages. '
I. 1 in .90 cases out of FOR RENT-3-room cottage in Pro.
couple. with no 'property, FOR SALE. :
t dothes .
a jidyour happiness I I .I could handle their finances I Addition six dollars ."
wives ,
I T. J J. I'eeples, cashier'of the Ameri.- 100 their j pest per month
c themselves .: SALE-At a bargain, motor: Co. .
better than they Could FOR Nelson Realty 21-tt
)jean National: Hank, has had years pfoppoitunily ,, .
I 15 in draft; 'I
exccp'Itioiih 30x8%
Of there are bout "Gadfly" ;
V to see who started the course ''
\As A I bunk accounts and he says that witha to the ,rule as there are some i 12 li. p. 4 cycle 3 cyl. engine; full' FOR IUNT-At Coronado Beach\\

few exceptions the finances of women who have been raised: in luxury -I equipment; everything new. Terms double finished cottage, ten rooroi- r
very J JI 'met with 1 if desited. See Saunders ;i! oath half twenty dollars :
\ the family should IMJ Intrusted to Jho1 and after marriage have j' on part tf : per: month.Addics .
is hard for a at Gazette office Lewis Young Orange
wife. She is more economical, he -\erses, and it very i City,
I woman who has been raised this wayto II I hl a. 24-2(14(
and better able to run the householdI W.
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says FOR SALE-1 our "<>' < IIIU:"'
His philosophy is set forth in change her ideas of living. i i 1 Miller ltf -

I the following statement for the Sun I haw a case m mind- one who is -. -- ----- MISCELLANEOUS.

day American: not a regular wage earner but who FOR SALK-Hay saddle horse Apply -, ------ -

By 1. J. l'EEI'LlS.Cashier has a profession out of which he I to i Eo: (G;. Vans! Agnew.. 22tf I I.e 1ST I Wide gold bracelet with

of the American National makes a good! ir1t'ome. and this young . (;reek letters ZTA engraved on,,

Bank man for the several years I have CITY LOIS for Kale Cash. or terms. '; .either side. If found return toiian .

The question! as to who should han known him has always been hard up i I Also. hearing orange glove l'. F. I II \' Lee 24-tf '

die the payroll envelope, the husbandor because he .spends his money foolishly I Parker. -> ?
\SK MRS SUMMERS if you .
This has a wan
in various man
the wife, is one 'which has been ways : '
economical in her habits, I'-- ( Choice mango I a r>-aiic t trait of orange land. She
under discussion for many years. It wife who is I (OK SAM: 'JO acre' >

is a question to which there are two :, and I believe that if he had adoptedthe 1: land, 4 1 miles fiom K.II. Koidois has 4 such> tracts, 2 at $15 per acrt

\ sides-with the argument, however, practice several years ago of i! on a !small lake. $_'0 per" acre, easvtemis and. 2 tit $20 per acre., 24 tf

much in favor of the wife. turning over the bulk of his incometo Ask. Mis. Summcis' 2ltf 1 t -- - -- -
very
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I I I WADE, the tuner. OrUaan.
You v/lll "shine" if we supply you with It has been my observation during 1 1I I her, he would today bo practically FOR SALK-Fi\e acres Rood land in '

We sole for | the many years that I have been in I i independent instead of being ,alwaysin : ]1'inedale cleared and plowed; 4-II MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co,
are agents ,
goods
furnishing I and will drink of the
: the banking business that women, asia debt we get a but
outright
You will have room house; fence etc. Sell soda water made. ale
lines.
: many exclusive rule, are much more economical in Since I started writingthis article foi A :
or trade city property. ,
J that well-dressed feeling in our furnIsh- | the handling of money than men- II I was talking a ,gentleman who informs i i bargain Box 17-, Kissimmee. ;i i22tfpd4 -
especially when it comes to household me that he has a wife and fourteen I There are :!W-I(; lawyers in congress

ings.Underwear. | expenses. I know of dozens of : t children. Most of these childrenare 1--- and all want to be heard. No wonder

must fit if It is "fit" to wear. cases today of young men who are j grown up and have been given a 1I (the .sessions! are so long. Those of all

i We keep a big stock and can fit you. 'j working on small salaries who are I I fair education ; and he states that it I I FOR RENT. other and few avocations. of them are are public in the speaker minority

always hard up for the simple reason has been duo almost entirely to the ,
i Buy a pair of gloves ; they will come that they spend their monl--'economical management of his wife 1 FOR RKNT-Six-room concrete bungalow -. 'I but they usually know how to vole.-
Summer late Durham
In handy. foolishly-not so much in dissipation, that he has been able to raise his .

Buy our tasty hose and you will be I I but they have no idea of the value of family While not a man of means, No: ,I Hioadwav, -1 tf

to roll trousers 1 u dollar. Young men of this kindsery he is in comfortable circumstancesand FOR KENT OH SALE Two-story '.....-..-..-..-..............-.-.-- . -
k proud your up. / frequently wind up in the hands hat a nice, mtti"active home store building on Brack St., North ::

Let us furnish your furnishings from I of the money sharks, which of course, 'I I There ian old ..aYlngIhal 'anhonest Kissimmee. II. C.. Stanford 29.tf T
---- -- You
Are
collars to socks. M pnly one step from bankrupt In mall is the noblest work of DWELLINGS for rent opply to :M ::r|:: Looking ;
,
nearly all of these cases, if these Gal; ," but I have always !lu'lii'\i-cl! and Tiller. ''

.I Put your head in one of "our" hats.. : young men would allow their wises. still contend thai a good! woman is ::: For
''
to handle their weekly wages they the grandest creation the Almighty ','

I would keep iliMi of debt and would \fr put on earth ; and! of one thing ',\'

t H. C. STAMFORD & CO. probably Jar up a little l something w(. call all be issimd! : if the hus I !lm\i I UK. ''I'\'

--.J far i a rainy day hand working tor a small 'ahoy: 01 I tenting t.f t tin '\'
L ._ I :: A Select Home?
I :>
I A woman has a much 1..tl..1 t t knuwlcdg. I wages will t turn user his wcikH or baud'ontoRII.I.SO

-::::_--- ---- .. of handling household expenses monthly (" linings to his wife" th<' I KICK'K Kill. \ e. :'I'!: A Choice Farm?

than a man; and while I do not believe money will !he -pint bv her whil it on .',

I: t that a man .should tmn over his in"DISAPPOINTED". will do t the most goal] lIurlinl.lonIw'h: \""IHICu ::1: City Lots Near'In?

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-' - < out mi- ; Lob Near the City
:; City
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two .I.)" loomon -

Per Gal. (list (11,01'and :.f.:: Limits?
$1 I :
t Paint By Ella wheeler i4 ..coyIl three .\ I

I i apai tnu'nt' s on 'I"X: Some Orange Land at a

,< I' .second. (looiK ::
I is curious! how many people aneekmg it on Corky suifaii. / ; but the t wind of y[ Reasonable Price?

> in Pate, in Destmj. in accident .1.I' hcavin will scatter it bioailia amid, : < nl I i- ,leasonal),!<.. IAn'tion III ten X .

misfortune the of thinfailuies t'r of busim.,. .:.
I 01 cause chile the mirk renuunhin) : "cn, thIn < 'I"

I and troubles! and all tin tune .hi- shill yield a gulden harvest ::
Ask
To close out. Ave offer whileit fusing to look in I thimsilxis when Jill? SEEPII'S1'| | | ; 111']: ( ;(.noliIIOU )( ) Mrs. E. E. Wells :::
I : Mrs. Summers
Chit
cause I lies, Poi tin cause of 'I:\ IK: Real Estate and Insurance

lasts ..200 gallons of ready ,everything withinWe 1 If I 2O3 Broadway Phone 272 ::: SOS PmnfttlJ A..,
f sav to m) self,, without any ,realieguid'I'ur t;
I are horn into a certain environment -
"' and have kind of another in inv heart, "I I r-- -----i: :::.:..........:-:..;..;-:-: 0 Mi
mixed IN COLORS at we a certain
paints want that |person I to like* me; .1 I will
I people for relatives, beiause in other
do all!! in inv power to please him," I
the of $1.00 'I incarnations we Made These" Con
very low price ; need nobe: surprised if mj efforts i i 11111111 I M M > II 1111 111 111..111 I I I-F I o M , I I M I-I 4+I I M
ditions Necessary. .
fail or piovl of only temporary (\fficacy. A. CAR.;ON. J. CKANFOKn i4. I.. LUPFERVicoPrxnulvnt .
Y per gallon. No white paint in Long ago, in. departed era, a' : lrenldent ftrarrUnrC. ,
.
?
young girl was given a humble home
,l"sal;. !' .; this lot. Here is your chance and parents and brothers and sistersto I' Neither need I feel surprised nor "

love and cherish and assist. pained if t find by and by that other I

I" to secure a high grade, satisfactory I Instead, .she wilfully .sought her people are h'stowingpolky friendshipupon KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

1 own pleasures and lived a life, of utter mi' actions with no fie ling fur ,

r ; paint below first cost. selfishness. 1 bunging "Oil'"'' and nils a foundation

fortune to her fannU :No: matte how kind and useful I

j She passid" out of the t holy at an miki tm' onduel towaid/ an Individual .'' Rough and Dressed :*

i,. : I advanced age, deeply !'l'gI..ttll1gher I If. in, tm' si.i let heart I lam iiiti
'
ro I II hellish. life; yet this regret did not riling f linn .MVtulv amid loiidi'inning

I i pic\,, <'nt .hi'i. from being, placed by the him I must expect, eiitiiiMn and condemnation PINE LUMBER

i| Great; :Mater l hack in the same class fiom othiis as ray portion

} 4 I when .she cause again to earth; and she \\.- nap, ave sou Some* harvests _.-

\ was oliligid to do I the work over again lie longer, III g-IO\\II1g- than others. but

vhuh she, had neglected I"'fr, only (hey' all glow m timiI '. ii HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

w.B.MAKINSON CO. under mole troubled conditions; and! ,,
I .
I fancy m) correspondent is too
she was obliged! 10 mak ..a"'III,'"' after -
I anxious to make lends to hi sincere I
I sacrifice for those !she had ..owenelle..ted 111111H + -* .
/ in her feelings She is wonderingwhat
Kissimmee Florida and) wronged I
.she ran do to attract people lo,j'I
l Then, after she hud performed her I
herself, instead of forgetting about
.l task, she was permuueii to attain happiness I I - M M I I I M
h 'rself, in a spontaneous desire4.0bestow
and freedomSo .
t+
pleasure. .
--- every condition in which we -find I
_/ -'- ::: -' -===- She is thinking, "Uow tan 1 make ; Efficient Service Absolute ProtectionCitizens
I ourselves in early life is brought about
that person a friend to me?" Not I
by our own deeds in former lives But
B* 7"t I I II How can I .be s friend to that person -
I the is given us to alter
power every
"
? There is. a vast difference in
7"R. condition and to change ,every environment : the mental attitude necessary In ask I Bank of Kissimmee i

S. FLOYD I And which all these is unsatisfactory changes; we to us must '! the two questions I

N. I do not mean that obliteration of ,
I make for ourselves, and not expectthem )
self is commendable Servility in
to be made for us by others
love or friendship or duty! is nevercommendable. I Offers every facitity for conducting financial
Here comes a letter from a reader :
I I do not believe God
who believes there is some hidden ,,
Grocer 1 Himself feels complimented when the I matters in connection with the transaction of ;
power tryingto hinder her from making -
( being lie created as the highest typeof :2,1
friends, while all the time it is'' I
His workmanship declare them- general Banking business.
r her own mental attitude which stands i|
: r selves worthless worms, unworthy of
in her
way.
Get our prices on : His regard!
She says: i We heirs Traveler Cheques ( payable anywhere)
'' I are to God's kingdom and
HAY GRAIN FEED "I do not make friends. I am anxious : rightful inheritors of happiness and

to, but, owing to some unseen I health and success What monarch Foreign Drafts < direct reading)

W- ,i which we make a specialty force or for some reason not appar-I would feel pleasure in having his chil-
ent to me 1 seem to repulse people, I dren crawl in the dust saying:' "We Savings Department < paying 4 per cent com

1 while I am at heart very cordial and are less than nothing-miserable, un- pounded quarterly ) '

fty'y anxious to have people like me. I j worthy creatures

----- dread an isolated life Can I do something i Would lie not prefer to hear them Personal Attention .

,>t PROTECT TilE FORESTS l action is taken to remedy it. Nor to make real friends of the say proudly, "We are of royal blood"
J
1C n loA In every Southern State the forests, will any be taken until the farmers of people I meet ? I have been told by We ought always to believe in our Electric Burgler Alarm

next to the Roil itself are the State's the South realize that this loss falls some that my ekterior appearance is best selves-in our right to love and
'
4 t; a greatest natural resouroos. And in upon them with particular weight I I haughty and exacting, but I aim to be be loved to give and receive happiness -

; ,' not a single Southern State are there and until they demand that their leg- charitable in my onipions, and do not and to toil and be rewarded. | I

e. ; ', any adequate laws tor; forest protec- islators have the business sense to wish to be so thought of, as it makes And then we should bestow our I love, i In Selecting Your Bankers

X 4 tion. Every year the South i8 losing provide for state protection and, if me miserable to have it so" our gifts and our toil with no'anxious | _

% 'i. .' literally millions ot dollars because ofMts need be, state oversight of the forests. We get what we give. I have never ,.thought about the returns. If we Choose This Bank
: forest fires reckless cutting. destruction We of known this rule to fail the :
, i I are wasting one our richest in long run chance to love a loveless individual j
.
:-\ ot young forest growth, and de- heritages with a recklessness and a If we give sympathy appreciation, I to toil for the unappreciative-it is ------- - -, ,

k i ;'. 1\ ,.' forestation ot land that should be ale simple-mindedness almost unbeliev- good-will charitable thoughts, ad- but a temporary deprivation for us. I -
, 't
; , lowed to remain in timber. able of grown-up men. Isn't it about miration and love, we receive all these The love, the gratitude and the re- '
'
ARTHUR E.
'. -'The folly ot continuing time for back from I DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER
I supreme us to begin to think seriously humanity in time. compense will all come to us in time

ECj i rush a state ot affairs must be ap- I about the matter*"Progressive Far- We may bestow them unworthily from some source- or many qotiroes.' ,President Cashier I ,,

j parent to any thinking man; but no mer. as the sower of good seed may cast It cannot fail. '

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