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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 13, 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: VID00598
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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., SPLENDIDEMEETING people word it In contains.Canada Is and the tell truth.them"; every i Will Tell of Advantages i CITY TAX BOOKS 1 1i PROCLAMATION .

i This week Ed. -Roberts received a 1

(ti letter from his brother, Jack, in whichhe I. In Our Special Edition i CLOSE ON THE 19TH TO,BE,ISSUED: ._, ,

says that the people in Canada
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tir *- BOARDJF TRADE' went wild( over the magazine, and that f BY, THE[ .MAYOR j

one man offered him two dollars for CITY CLERK GILBERT WILL DO

Ilt| Mr. Roberts further stated thata Business Men All Over the Country Are Taking Notice and the RUSHING BUSINESS DURING .

; MUCH BUSINESS TRANSACTED large number of -people from --Alberta l- ;: Enterprise Promises 'To Be a Great Success'I NEXT SIX DAYS ;'DESIGNATING ,JULY THE-- 17TH -

I :; will come here this fall and win- .. I ,

. ter, many of whom will be preparedto I I solicitation' r

tjUESTION OF DISPOSITION\ OF ,, buy property and remain perma- I It rarely happens that a proposed per writers to do this work for us, and I At the earnest of a numI I : r
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I ber of our citizens' the council extend AS CLEAN UP AND TREE PLANTING -
MONEY THAT WILL BE DERIVED nently. industrial edition of a newspaper I can promise first-class service to all
I our'.friends and We led 1 the time of closing the tax books DAY-BOARD OF TRADE .
I can
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FROM ONE-MILL | arouses as much favorable comment copperators./
I from 19th to June 19th. That
May
ASKS COOPERATION OF
confidently say that when this editionis I
LEVY DISCUSSED. BRAKEMAN LOSES I! as has been"accorded the special Osj j time expires on Thursday of next I
finally issued, it will be not only a ALL CITIZENS,
LIFE IN i ccola county issue which the Valley i: work of art, but a complete and of- I week, and City, Clerk J. R. Gilbert'
RY. YARDS
states that but few have
people paid
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Gazette now has in h nd. ficial record of the splendid work
i After the routine business, such as I their taxes during the past month
,
The concensus of opinion seems to i I accomplished by ope of the most industrious The special order at the Board of
reading minutes and passing on several but he do real
WAS KNOCKED" PROM TRAIN BY 'I be that Osceola county and its busy j liberal and progressive com- i experts to a bargain day
communications, was disposed of, I business the next six days. Trade Monday night was lh planting I
WATER SPOUT WHILE RIDING and beautiful metropolis have so many munities to be found anywhere. ; '
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the Board of Trade, at its meeting on I of trees on the streets and the thorough -
I. Human 'nature is about the
ON natural attractions, and offer ,so many I I There is no question but that every just
: SIDE: OF CAR.
Monday night took up the questionof remarkable inducements to home- up-to-date business enterprise and I same wherever you go, whether it be cleaning up of the city. It was ,

what disposition\ should be madeof seekers, pleasure-seekers and capital every possible opportunity that the at Hoboken or Key West-the longer generally known that this most important -

the money that would be derived O. R. Rader, brakeman on an Atlantic ists, that such an industrial edition as city of Kissimmee and Osceola county you delay the enforced collection of )i i question would be discussed,

from the onemillevy\ for publicity I Coast Line freight train was taxes the longer want the final i
the Valley Gazette has undertaken has to offer to newcomers from other people ,I
to be made by the commis- knocked from his train in the yardsin and before the routine business was
purposes for The taxes
could not help but be an assured success parts of the world will be adequately day paying delayed.
sioners and council, a special act to this city yesterday morning at 9:30: I due the first of November (!!' finished the Council chamber was fill
if no more than half the interest- pictured in this edition. are on day ,

that effect having been passed throughthe o'clock, and succumbed to the injuries ing story were told. i At the same time we would urge and the council should close the books i I ed with representative citizens: there-

legislature by Representative received at 11:1)0.Air. ::) It is confidently expected by the 1 all other live towns throughout Osce- not later than January 1st following. fore one of the best meetings in the __.
Stanford and Senator Donegan.Of Rader had boarded the train
publishers qf the Valley Gazette, how-I I i ola county to get in touch with us at There is seldom a year but what the Board's history was held, ,

course the money thus derivedis just as they were running out ofa, ever, that the entire trade and indus- !j i ones! 'if they desire to have their own council is forced to borrow money to called the

solely at the disposal of the commissioners siding, into which the train had goneto trial interests of Osceola county writ] I special advantages: written up for this I run the city, while thousands of dollars special When order the, W.president J. Sears, who had "'

and the council, but the permit the morning passenger to lend earnest and practical cooperation issue of the Valley Gazette. are owed for taxes, and it is an would 't
previously given notice that he
opinion was expi cased and generally go through, when he came in contact to the end that everyone of these 'i' There is no question but that thei imposition on the man who pays his i
make a motion at this meeting looking
concurred in that much better results with the water spout which is alongside splendid chapters in the long and inspiring i undertaking will I be a thoroughgoingI taxes promptly to permit another man the
the cleaning of the city and
obtained the funds turned the truck and was knocked to the to stand the off for nine months. i to up
could be were history of progress: throughout I success in every particular, and we city
planting of trees on the streets, took
over to the Board of Trade to be ground in such a position that he was this part of the land of sunshinemay 1| want every progressive citizen of The city pays the bank on all borrowed (
and address
the floor delivered a splendid
crushed by the of the passing
expended under the guidance of thecommittee cars be told in the most graphic and i Osceola county to feel that he hasactively money, and that same interest
beseeching the Board to take .
ti'ain. He received I cuts about the
on advertising.While convincing manner possible.We 1: participated in the good work must be provided for in making the ;
the initiative in the matter of making -
head and l back, with bruises the
the members of the Board do over have employed special newspa- | accomplished. tax levy; therefore the man who pays "
Kissimmec the "City Beautiful"of ,
not in any .sense desire to be under- entire body that soon caused his death.Bystanders , _/ 'vv"v- / _ /_ ........... __ __""v,'" ""' ,_ ,_ his taxes promptly is also called on the South. t
who witnessed the ac to his of the interest the
to dictate! to pay portion
cither stood of HS those attempting bodies, or for an Instant ridnt, lushed to the injured: man and l List of Those Who Will city has to give the\ banks because The idea met with the approval of

for them to think that the Hoard he wu hurried. to the office of Dr.) M. \)| others have .been carried on the books every person present and after many

.1. (Inks. where he was given attention I I! for nine months. It looks to like the excellent speeches were made the
ale
does not think to wisely they and thoroughlycompetent judiciously by l >rs. Hicks, Winn and Geijjer.; Teach in Public Schools : prompt payer is double taxed. motion prevailed requesting' the Mayor (r

but in spite of all that could hi- done I to issue a proclamation designating E
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the still the Hoard of
expend money the end 1 came at l Ia0.Mr. :: (). July 17th as clean-up and treeplanting -
:Trade is an organization that devotesits i A RELIC Of DAYS
Rader lived at Port day.
Tampa
entire time to the study of how Principal R. M. Evans Will Again Have Charge of the : I J
and l hiwl made regular runs from thatplul' The suggestion was made that the '
and what the interests of ; LONG SINCE PAST
in manner Osceola High School !:
(' for several months. He was citizens residing on the same street {
the and can be best served.
city
county about ;2-1 t years of age and came to I meet and select some particular variety -
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The county commisMonei. hand the l Kloruia. fiom Newport Tenn., whereit *, 'I of tree to plant, to the end that r "

-ity 'OUlll'ilnwn have their own businesses ,is understood be has many relatives.A The following( teachers were ap- No.'A, Prof. A. R. Morrow, Miss I FOUND; BY MRS. W. W. CHANDLER nothing but the variety selected will

to look after, and are already brother of the deceased. lives at point.-d in the Kissimmee High Lena Pearce, assistant.No. AT HER HOME NEARBASSENG be planted, and that, too, at equal f

burdened with enough public duties to Lakeland apil, arrived this morning School : 14, !Miss\ I.essie Ilaye. I ER.Whether distances apart. If this request is c,

-, take up all their spartime( and Jt is to accompany the body to :Newport.The Prof. R. )L Evans, Mi.ss Almena No. li( Miss Cora L. Maine, princi- complied with, and there is not the I
somewhat of an imposition to saddle taken to the pal; C. M. Carnes assistant and the
body ThompM
was slightest doubt but what it will be, a I ,
with the added duties of devising (.either, .1. ( harmer and :Miss Clara.Ledbetter. following teachers: Mli-s: Iris Oliver,
them M undertaking establishment and it be a piece of money, the perfect symmetry will be maintainedas

ways and means to advertise the prrpoled' l for .shipment and was sent i I For the grades as follows: Miss Jean Thomas, Miss Fleda Doo- part of a button, or an Indian charm, well as the beauty of the street.

resource( > and ad\milages of this sec loil.. Tcnn., on A (( I.I train MissAlbum Smith, Miss Emma Futch, little, Miss Lillie Dale. Mrs. Atwood. we are not prepared 1 to say for the i
We the
tion. :No': Ml todayTMOSE, Miss Cleo Wooldridge, Miss Janie No.: lit! :Miss Lelia Roper.No. reason that we are woefully lackingin suggest that as soon as
citizens of street reach de- (
If the commissioners I and councilmen Parrish and Miss Corinne Finley, :20, L. L. Jordan and the following knowledge of the times whep mankind any one a N,
cision of
the tree .
to
as variety they ,
should elect to retain these. funds and ( subject{: to approval l of principal ) ; teachers : M. E. Jamison, lived in caves, ate reptiles for will plant they let the fact be known r'; t

vote it out by piecemeal, it will necessitate QUALIFIEDAT Miss Harriet Wilcox, Miss Louise Juanita Thompson, Pearl Johnson.No. food and carried clubs- as weapons of the.local '
by publication through ,
the chairman of the advertising 1'homason, Mrs. May 'layton, Miss M 28, James P. Hawthorne, principal warfare, but we do say that the be the citizens press t
EXAMINA1 as it might possible
committee of the Board appearing/ ('. Bryan, Miss Clara Stute, Miss Mrs. J. H. Steffee, assistant. "thing" W. W. Chandler, school com- \

before those bodies at every meeting Medora Russell: Miss Emma Yowell, No. 29, Miss, Ola Campbell.No. missioner of Bassenger, brought to I' living would on desire the streets to have running different parallel trees

do' that Miss Cecelia Overstreet Miss Justina 35, Mr. Thomas J. Little. the Gazette office' this week,
asking for money to this, or ; TO TEACH IN THE PUBLIC Valley from their neighbor. It would be .

There are times when money is'needed : SCHOOLS OF OSCEOLA Saff<)rd. No. 40, Meleta Johnson. and which we still hold, is most peculiar -I i I well, say, to- have one street planted '

at.once to carry out some good scheme : No. 2, Miss Rhoda Lucas.' No. 49, MissKtttherine: Shadoan. arid is well worth investigatingby with live oaks, another with palms, $:
COUNTY.
Miss Nannie Reese
'mean -: I was reappointed by .
to
much community
that will our '
No. 3, Miss Maud Thomason.. as instructor of music in the Kissimmee another With maple,, another. with, eucalyptus 1
but. if it is necessary to await The "thing" is made of is '
; Tin- following teachers secured No. 4, Miss Bessie Lawson. V ]High school, and Mrs. Cook' copper and so on. In fact mostny
bodies before
the official action of those about the size of andon
cent
a copper but it
of will here
tree ;
available; oftentimes Filet the funds are one side there is a woman astrideof '
would be advisable those
the welfare of nation, hold beginning Tuesday, June 12:!, Mrs. (bed Mitzel. elocution in said school. to plant only
fatal results to a fish, with either Chinese, Japan- '
", 191:1! :! The Misses Cleo Woolrid i-, . < that are evergreen. a
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our city and county will follow. I ese or gyptian hieroglyphics near the
Jciin, "'"homas, Op',,.lia Overstreet. Me- I N. C. Bryan is chairman of the committee
bills\ passed that money outer rim. The piece of em- l
These were money
Jo.a I I":. Russell Albina Smith. Lakeland and Orlando on municipal improvements of tic 1
could be collected without going to blem, or whatever it may be, was dug
The following teachers secured the Board of Trade, and the entire '
individuals for subscriptions., and we from the ground by Mrs. Chandlerat 4
Second Grade; certificates: Mrs. Lulu matter is placed in his hands, there- ",
believe that it would be wise to pla..e.their Here in Full Force her home near Hassenger, and is !
.'Atwood :Mrs. 1. II. Steffee Mitts Lil- fore any information desired along t.
disposition in the hands. of those certainly qf a date long past the mem-
lian Ide, Mrs. Obed E. Mitzel. that line he1 will cheerfully give. In -Ii.Yi -;.
organized for that purpose.N. ory of people of this day and time. :
The followinghecur..d Third Grade | this work Mr. Bryan desires the cooperation j
chairman of the committee
C. Bryan ., certificates : Miss Vera Hargrave; To Help Kissimmee Make July Fourth the Greatest Day in i of every citizen, and esi ,
improvements
municipal
on Miss I'earl Swinney, Miss Maude NEW POSTMASTER i pccially of the Civic League, as only
stated that business matters had prevented South Florida's History -
Thomason Miss Mildred Winn, Miss, I through such cooperation can we hope ,

a meeting of his committee Clara L. Reynolds, Miss Justina Saf- TAKES I to make the plan a complete success. : ; :
and asked that he CHARGEI

during be granted the until week next, meeting to makea ford, Mr. Thomas J. Little, Miss Leila I We never tire of telling a pleasing and good cheer, provided the A. C. L.I I We all know that nothing so adds ; j'j
I. Marble and Melissa Robinson. -
I to the beauty and attractiveness of
report upon the matter of placing story therefore we repeat that the can be prevailed upon to borrow II I a II'

scats in the parks on BroadwayThe -- fourth of next July will be the biggest ficient cars from other roads, for that I j MRS. B. B. SIMPSON RELIEVES I town as does streets lined with trees, ii 11

request was granted{ '', butt! r. Bryan ODD ROWS TO the grandest day here the peopleof company will need all its equipment II i FRANK VANS AGNEW AS I therefore any argument along that ( ,

was i instructed that a full and complete this section of Florida ever experi- to accommodate those who will be here I KISSIM- line would be useless. But we must ; ';
POSTMASTER AT
report was expected from his HOLD SERVICESIN enced. from stations on the main line. I call our people's attention to the fact ;

MEE. that the trees on the streets of De ,
committee at the next meeting. Advices from Orlando are that I Next we have Davenport and Lough-

Other matters that came before the OF ( THE practically every person in that progressive man-they will add to the train loads I Land were the prime cause of making t
MEMORY
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Board will be found under other little city will be here to eat from the south. Taft and Pinecastle I that city the seat of higher educationthat
(ORDKR) WHO PASSKD OUT' After faithfully and efficiently I it is and the beautifully shaded
heads in this issue.CANADIAN beans and dnnvt the purest water that i will ,join forces with Orlando. Nar-

---- -- THE PAST YEAR.'I ever flowed from the interior of old II coossee, Runnymede, Ashton and Kel- s..rvinlthe: people of Kissimmee as streets of St. Petersburg is that city's

mother earth. leys will' swell the St. Cloud, and every postmaster since December 10th, 1908 principal drawing card in inducing

OEEERS he Odd Fellows of this city will : And a party came over from Lakeland |\ man who lives on a grove or runs a \ Frank Vans Agnew was succeeded on tourists to winter there. Neither of

hold memorial services at the Methodist this week to see if there was room farm or owns a bunch of cows in this Tuesday by Mr.?>B. B. Simpson, whoon these places possess one-half the .

/ 4 TWO DOLLARS church on Sunday, June 22, Rev. enough here to accommodate all the county who does not come and bringhis I that day assumed charge and at natural advantages-tHat Kissimmee t

I I once began active work. ':oes, still the one is thronged with
J. l II>. Sibert preaching! sermon. : people that live in that beautiful city family will be scratched off the f

OF TilE VALLEY While the Odd Fellows have been in of lakes. After making a thorough I voting list. I Th re was no charge of inefficiencyor visitors the year round, and the other I
FOR A COPY the unanimous I that neglect ever entered against Mr. has one of the finest colleges in the '
existence here as a lodge gnly a short investigation party was And don't by any means forget I <<
GAZETTE; SPECIAL MAGAZINE \ : time, it is considered one of the fore- in the statement that Kissimmee the Midland Railway will do its full Vans Agnew, but as his appointmentwas : South. Kissimmee can rival them '1

EDITION. most secret orders, and numbers could and would comfortably and conveniently I share of passenger business that day. made by President Roosevelt, the I both if our people put forth the proper ;

among its membership many of our accommodate every man, There is Apopka, Waco, Gotha, Win- supposition was that he was not a I efforts. ,

most. representative citizens. woman and child in Lakeland and for I dermere Ocoee and Orange Center follower of the Democratic forces in We are satisfied the city council

V We, in common with the public Memorial services held by Odd Fellows miles around. That most excellent 'i that will each furnish great big I the late election that elevated Mr. I will see' to it that all the streets are .;

-4' generally were aware that the special Gazette are most impressive, and those brass, band that Lakeland people prize I crowds. I I Wilson JU the White House, thereforehe thoroughly cleaned up on that day, as .

magazine edition of the Valley mediumof who attend will be more than well so highly has been engaged to fur- I In all Kissimmee will have not less was called upon to turn over the j i well as weeds and grass cut on all

was the best advertising entertained. A special invitation is nish music for the occasion, and that than ten thousand strangers here on I! reins to a Democrat. | vacant lots owned by non-residents, '

this section that was ever attempted extended{ all visiting Odd Fellows, as in, itself will be the cause of the en- that festal occasion, and will have I Mrs. Simpson has spent practically I but it is up to the householder to do i d

still we did not think they were so well as the public genrally. tire population of that boosterburgbeing I beans enough, water and other things her entire life in or near this city, is his or her part in cleaning both the

valuable as to be worth two dollars, here, for they know the propen- enough, sports enough in fact enough the sister of the present junior Sena- I back and front yard. It would be extremely -
in
but that's the figure a gentleman B. C. Miller, ex-president of the sity of Kissimmee for holding on to I I of everything to satisfy them to their tor from Florida, Nathan P. Bryan, l indolent and careless person ;;

Canada offered for a copy. Board of Trade, who recently pur- anything that's good, and they fear heart's content. and for some years has been one of the i who would allow his or her premises t'' a

Some three,weeks ago Jack Roberts chased the Porter farm in the county, that bunch of splendid musicians I efficient teachers in Osceola High to remain in a dirty and unsightly ):# t

left Kissimmee for Alberta.. Canada of-, was in the city Tuesday shopping would become permanent residents of I R. G. Canova and family will leave School. She is a woman of splendid condition while the neighbor's yard ;f

and before leaving called at this among our stores. Mr. Miller looks this city of untold advantages, oppor- next week for a visit with friends at educational ability, as well as a most 1 wa clean of all rubbish and weeds. 1

fice to bid the editor goodbye. After healthy and says that he is enjoyingfarm tunities and big eats. I Key West, and will not resume his affable and pleasing manner and the We don't believe Kissimmee harbors A i j !l

expressing the wish that he would en- life, but he has lost some of the Then there is St. Cloud, the Wonder duties as conductor on the Sugar government made no mistake in placing anyope but who will do their part in '

joy his trip, the editor presented Mr. urplus flesh accumulated while a res- City; it will send at least a thousand J Belt railway until the second week in j I her in this most important po making Kissimmee the "City Beauti- v w
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; Roberts with a copy of the magazinewith the I ident of the city. people to partake of our hospitality I July. sition. ful" of the South. t3'- .
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' AFTER TWO MONTHS '. ALL EYES. TURNED this council purpose the right of advertising to levy :one, for mill now for WfS r I BOmB LEITNER'S IN URnNGEBGEJOY


can "play the game properly! and. not ,

'OF HARD WORK TOWARD FLORIDA be forced to circulate petitions among, O.ceol. '
t the business men every time we want., The Old. ind\ 1 I..-rgcat In.ur.nw ACCIDENT Agency in County HEALTH.

I a few dollars. I think the best way FIRE LIFE_ ....ctNII: : ..81 -

in which this money could be judiciousJy -

: REP. H. C. STANFORD .PETURNS FOR HOMES AND INVESTMENTS handled would bo to placoiit at it -- .- ..---: -----, .

t I at the,disposal of lheBoard olTrade,.- on', -(l lie rmrot 'Mexico, reports a--41n earned.' T'hey-are.thinking of the hu.

1 I as the primary object of that organization has secui'ed a position 1: man side. "
:\ Little
t '.SAYS THAT MANY PROGRESSIVEMEASURES KISSIM.MEE WILL BE VISITED BY ( is to advertise this section., The "with timc.21'Mt. Buckley at the new saw njil). There is rio .doubt that one of th.,

I'ASSEir HOUSE MOUE PEOPLE NEXT FALL adveirising( committee\ of that body Miss Madalm Hill left Monday for best influences for good J. the Amerl-

_._.:. BUT RECEIVE!) UEAT1," I AND WINTER THAN EVER 1 mak-e a study of that question, and are b visit among friends at Orlando. I! can homo The children who'grow up

f' STROKE IN SENATE. I BEFORE IN ANY ONE therefore much more competent to :.Yus. IH. Hill visited at Senator in it look back at it in after life and

I get results from the" expenditure of .. at Kissimmee :Monday \ the, memoiy is an actual .moral influence
t SEASON. A. 11 I>onegan'
', the money than would be men who _The km
1 Saturday morning at 4 o'clock K.-p- I I ... never give the ejuestion any consider- :Mrs\ 0"0. Htonson iittniu-d;' home I when' he is a man. depends a great

\;.' resentative Stanford arrived here uf. ]HUN, H. CI.AY STANFORD j Mr. J. I). Clark, senior member of ation.. > Saturdrtv, having1 spent) M.m"* tnno deal upon the kind of a home he had
ter two monthi in attendance upon I "There is no disputing the fact that has.. ulu-n I he was a boy He can
and ----- -- - --- the realty firm of Clark & Meiklejon, with her patent-' Mi". and :Nil1- I never
I. the legislature at Tallahassee!, has : this section Is the gaielen ..spot ofFlomlu look I bac'k at a rented house and feel
leturned
J that ni'll'ty-nine ,','nt of the women recently from an extended Ha"- of Kissinimee.
spent the lust six dav's telling his constituents pel Here we have the best t'li- like- hewould be looking back
at
old
the tie the
bills of I lotida don't want the right trip through North-west and Canada .\ pnt\' of fiieinK. vi-ited
.t the reasons why sonic- During his travels Mr. Claikconversed mate on eaith, there is no placeon Ilenilon I'xwpi home" that was owned by the family. .
wouldn't that at I aki'
to vote and exercise! s.nut u mm
did and others did. not past. the globe more hi-althv, oui soil thesame
pioelutew It hasn t
\ I with walk of I'aliliful,, stability. It
men in -pot
whet
this :Ml'. :Stanford's light if il was guiii( them' I. in every 'opll, leall/e a
Although was and
of fiuits
Iifebusines8, piofessional and labor u gi eater varicHj :Mi' MiN'eiland 1 'menival dmnt awaken the same pride. It
common witlie IIIIK\ tilth- of thc' men it "is. Mi and -
maiden effoit at pJajmif legislatoi -and is therefore thoroughly vegetables) than another known locahty \ei\lodv had a hi- no u'c'ollc'etions, or few of them
'hex. thaI woman's competent , ' I
from the (list of thi' H."inn he- eif tin :South, In < u e'nte'itamc i -'
day
and we- ale piactieallv immune that to straighten him u'p and
to judge of the feeling seive
leader -phe.le is in IWI'I home'. looking after among pie a-.int t line. .
was generally regarde-d as a |people in that section regarding Flol'I from fl'oloL.t these facts be known loud t the' n,aki him want to be somebody .,:..
himself the- the wclfaic, and comfoils of her hus Ml' Alel-ie( I' of :-t t I -pent

and proved two months the throughout hanijion, of entire thepeople's -. (and und childicn. and not at the* Lai I ida ., In spe-akmg on this subject with ItO the people in the Noithwest; and day with I I' I I':. T'lI I ,'(I. II and i 1- will ,. 'on1l'1""ly worthy of the roof under
| Canada and I that Kissimniee
I lit guaiantie \Ahull he was taised and fattier
I lepiesc-Mtative of the- Valley Oaette InnklsHMMIl and
lights although at 1im< itrequired lot bos iublung" 1 shoulel 'is with cocaine pie'ase-il with pio-peits" "
will have a population of (fif. ,
/ he said : ,nothe" i '\ho "iM'd him
,' lil..d] hebether -
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lll'g'l'O
withstand the the' oily strongest aigiiincnts of neMve. and to I I It.muin 'in political life 01 am relegateel ::, ":\Iy trip thiough the Northern and teen thtie'll thousand not Infoie be- the enough M-ai'vacantirtound I'tld! .:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-;" :-:-:";-:-'-:-:-:-:-:-:";" :-:-:-:' IN. niver" learns anything butindeilnt

. to the- ra\'yanl( of States and Canada was somewhat inthe \\ in a rented house. Hj
: aspiring
I land smiles of I the intc restn pi ese n- in Osee-ola to .:. : -: I'VUK .
countj gia/e ,
tativesIt'h suv lens of the. people) '. veni ean always line of an expeiiment. that is I < thinklife, is just living somewhere

i men like ('la) :Stanford \\ hokel'p find me' on th' fil'l"Ihn" battling to 'I, wished, to know from first hands what to harljoi---a las-oi- baik hog" .:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:..:-:..:..:. tollav .with the probability that you

alive within the l hli.f that uphold the women of our fair stateNeve I the pe-ople of that section thought of will he living on -ome other street or
us .
If"n.! want tosee
about
Talk c i op- i .
\ there are still men who seek political' ,. ] ; '\\111) bea J paitv. to pulling them Florida as a place to come and make ATTEND STATE that . btinering giovverscluiats inemu other town tomorrow It11'1
for the people's good and down into the nine of political l stench their home as well as 'to invest their eiojc-' me "loi'- 1"11' h him to settle down or
preferment I h\ the peck. Jut <'onie ovei' toKissjinniei .
act fully up to their promises after and tri'k"J'Y' 1 have' always looked monej lo say that I was agreeably SUMMER SCHOOL' I'uik \\'e. hi\e' 'em hereto -1'1 Hie up I It just te-aches him to

to (;lod knows I don't want surprised at my reception and the moveto be a lolling stone.
>me'n
; election, but they are few and we fear up vy; I sheiw and make. good th.11.1.m"I.. .
It will not !be long before the lucid: will to begin this late' in life to look down state of mind of the people on that than So the /le are the children to be con-

be extinct to' the-m : question, would be too mild an ex- is rmKi; L'PO.iLL:. TKAIHKKS I 1, And other I things growing( -ide'red as well a1- the dollars. Childic -

In conversation with a representative \s to thepiohibilicin, measures I prl'.ion. When I arrived in a city, I srPEKIMENDENf, :. :. :. OF Pl'H- i'lops. nil taking place" heieS '. dock look up to a father who doesn't
(0. Dement is building a new
: M-nte-el I. I wish all pe-ople to tuwn or e-\en a small community and have' to look. up to a landlord, And
rnv
of the Valley Gazette this week pie .
I' LIe iNsnu'cnov: :. SHEA is. in fiejnt of his hand-onie bungalow .
regarding his: work at Tallahassee, know that I fuvoied "Vone of it !became known that a man from I and is bulkhcading thi,. water front having' known the delights of a real

Mr Stanford said : I Ilh.m. and will (continue to use mv I londa was in their midst, I was home when thc-j' grow up they want
tit,- 'ntirc' ngth of his rtvIt '.
I along c
prope
"When I went to Tallahassee I was fcibleefforts) towards the- passage of I I forced to hold a continual levee or On account of unavoidable de-lajs, S. I'arilsh is having fifteen aeiiscleared homeof their own Your daughter

prepared to take thu>g.K-j s I found I any law that will ml I Florida of the- | open house, and the number and (char I circulars gnmg complete information cit will he tiniielikelv to marry a man

them, and I was most. agreieablj surprfted damnableeuise of whiskev, How a I acter of questions 1 was called on to I on couise of study faculties, etc, will preparatory this to planting. a who i- likely to provide it, and if she

to find the House of Representatives man ean icturn home- and; look his ; an-wei taxed me to the limit not lie ready for distribution before- Ills gio\e( comingvintci. .. manicthat t kind of a man she will
. .
E. W :Mvei who at St /Joseph .
t composed of men who were !''wife. and childicn in the. face after "I 1 talked with hundreds of people :Monday .|II"| In more' likelv to be happy Your son
I :\Mo. havinifive cleMUe-d
I- icic on .
\ fit representatives of their communities veiling at Tallahassee" to permit the who said they desired to come to Florida Kxeelle-nt faculties have been si,- will I be motelikelv( to marry the kind
which he will flint and
There were a numbe-r of strongmen ,saleeif that ele-v. il)"s de-stteiver Is something '- I piovidc-d the stories they had I.ted and all facilities including plant a giape, nt woman who wants a home and a

i\' in the house-, imn who had the I ninnot Unde'r-tand. 1 he-v are- I }lie aid of its .wonderful and many ad libraries, lal>orate>iies, doimitorus and orange. glove thiwmti, i' i ham i. to make. a lome) and a husband
\\ Knlin of Kin.: -a < itv paid u- .i
ability and the nerve to both know arid eirtainlv made of a compound with j vaiitagc-s weie t.l'ue. as thi-j were tired I dining halls of the .Stati' Universitviaines .. happy And that means that his
,,
isit last \\t..h. d II
v / .n u i o \e pl'a' .
do what was right) of toursethere which. (;mil ,Mmightv, hail nothing todo ,| of living in a country whose principal *; \.ille-. of the State. ('ollcgefor cil th ct I h,.. will inoii thin" likelv nueki. c hanci fin. happine'ss are increased:

were some who did not mc-ature up to ,,1 aetwtre snow floods, tornadoes I \\onieii allahassec 1 ', and of the A. this his home Hi. \\a undi.t the. caie. M'.. III I milling: a home, you not only

the standard and had as many sides "11"I ,* gieen fiuit law !h \1)' steeptable and I coal bills. and1.: <'ollcge for ne-giexs, lallahassie. m ike \imi-.lf happier, but you dome
of .1.I :Mcl'hatNi) who took bun oveito
as a stove pipe, but on the' whole it as it passed although I wa.tgainst I!I "Of ,course to the best of mj abilitv'. I will be available I for the Stati the 1'nk, ,and I lit him -i"i \\hal> was -,, thing to "i--urc'. or at least to
.
was a progressive )bodv as the !bills the ae'lei test The clause I', I told them the exact conditions Summer School" State ('ollcge) Sum mal,c liki, Iv the happine of yourInldie
pie In' iloni'''' Mi I Hiilin aid) that of
inj; .
passed: will show which gives the. giowci the- right to I II I I II ailing he-ie. as I knew them, and while mil School and the :Summer School all tbe- i plall" t hi, hudI'II'd.. he. -awmole n .\nd.. v I n v ou stop to think

"As all the people here know I introduced ship fruit half eoloied,, will let all oui j I -ornc belic-ve-d me many doubted the for negroes, n''spe-e'tivelj These :- UIllnu'r vegetableand fluil- being, of .II. making y..urI1IId"'n happy..

I the publicity !bills, which "seedling fiuit get on the maiket in -tatement that a man could make a .Schools will !begin Ha. m, :Mon . jnoducedtnthe . I tin. II.at..1 bappnn s Ith.<> world
I I t ucie 1 bun anv w I"n' e IMKissimmee . : -
permitted counties and cities to levy time to bring good 1'1.\ices. I .'oeid liviiig here for hw family ejn .flay, June Ki, and continue eightw I'alk, like. ,lilY other I :M I hIIII['

twer mills on all property for advertmng "Ihe-ie wenmunv food piogressemeasuics / | five' acies' of ground and lay .aside* a c-k s. ,. ----- ,
section ha- it- knock' 1 i but if v nui
that passed the !House- but (' ciedits I 1.1 I1 1US: : \ Ie DID J J'h"11
purposes After e-ngmeering handsome! piofit every' year. Those eille-ge will be gi'anted and 'I'uld h iindc.I' the invei' of linn. knock
those bills through their second read I I that bodv of autociats, banKers and 'people, don know and it is hard to imixpne-d certificates will IK- extend .
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find \
havi \ (
Mill tluv a patch of aeai took an eastward ride
I ing I discovered they would be killed coiporation attorneys known as the I make them understand that a man can id! one >e-ar for those who take- the. land .11 J
tcr .
"th'I' and
M in' seime i locality, or gialibeil the dauls; for Rome,
in the senate when presented, therefore Senatesaw lit to consign the'm to an I| wolk his ground here every day in full eouiseand do satisfactory work .
are- paid Inn lings of land what
a turn in I was the' first thing} that he did
I let them die on the calendar, l'Verla"tlngIl'a'c', and I am of the year and produce crops that sell I Board and lodging for the entire- .
t some othe i se clion of the state Kissimmci to make them feel at homeDid heincrease
JI and had a special law passed giving opinion that until such time.. us th"1 for good money. They ean not be I term of eight weeks, $:{000 at the I'alk lontamleal. fiuit andvegetable the' penpli' ..s load and

Osceola county and Kis.sirnrnee the people awake to the fact that| it made to see that it IK not as hot herein I State University and the State College liberty
land and in a holt time- I f..rI"I" Nu he
; dug and built
1 right to levy one mill for the purpose ne-cc-sarj to have a peoples Senate aswell I II the ,summer time as it is in Can and at the negro school board will be in good
f I shipping its product-, :Northern mads that s what old ('apsar
named, Our county and city will now as a people's !Housethej' need : ada, and they have set over fires for ; will be $::1.00 t per week ikcts. did.
m the
bv load
tiain 1'id (
be in a position to tell the story of lose no sleep Ijing awake waiting for ;, sei many long winters that they don't All students will furnish bed linen acsar put the iron heel upon

their worth to the entire world in a 'laws to !be passed that will give them realize that there is any place on I Il'al.th and toue-ls for the-ir rooms 1'01 re !sponcle'nt rh foe. 'man's breast l. or did he try to

1 ; fitting manner relief from the lailioadthe ex 1)1'l-) S I whereJLheJ' can work in the open Co-operation of superintendents, make!' them feel the Roman rule waebest

\ "The; bill which the county commissioners companies and the monjlending ] without ete-n a coat on during the ichool boards, of the state press and H0IIOMF( liEU'SThere I : What did he do to make them

requested me to introduce, and sharks. ; winter months. j' of all others interested in school improvement I glad he'd come their midst:! amid? lIe

which i I isn't any question that build built good roads in place of bad-
endorsed
was by the Board of _' is earnestly invoked.
"I believe ;
fully that hundreds of
Trade, which the commissioners Tampa and the wnole state of Florida Respectfully ing yourself a house is a dollar-and- that's what old Caesar did.
gave ,
the right to I levy ten mills for road suffers a great loss through the people from here the section I visited will W. N. S11BATS, cents proposition.. It takes money, and lie built good roads from hill to
come down this fall and winter j
L purposes, succeeded In getting'throughthe resignation: of Willis B. Powell as :and that of them will p-'op-; State Supt. of Public Instruction.ARfOOSSKENES tp build it means to spend money'you' hill;; good roads from vale to vale.He .
many buy
House without a dissenting "vote secretary of the Tampa Board of have saved or to save money >ou ran good roads improvement till
,
... 'I but it evidently did not meet the I I Trade and his announie-el eletermina city But let and become permanent residents upo'n the. 'I ,.. olhwi"ould sp(.nil. It i is prettvccitain .: old Komi-. got all the. kaleHe told the
thing
wishes of Senator Donegan, for he tion to go to Columbus. (,a. to taken mineih of meimpiess the- people one of Kissimmee I I':; :\>: :. .:. to picnc" a uyod investment. folks to buv ut home, build roads their
similar ; It will and hill-
S.IM tent eliminate
I'owe.11 amid until all
position is boost uncc'rtaintv roads led
a to
never permitted it to show its head and that is that it is absolutely neeessa -: -:-:-:-xIr. -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- up
above water, although the ,committee (PI'i who knows thebamc" a- well aanv I I It is likelv to iniiia-c' in ]Koine( that- whet old Caesar did
i'v to into the of :\ 1.
get game adve-r O. :Mitzel made a businesstiip value .
to whom it was referre-d reported it man of I Flo"lda. and lainpa' will a- the town glow-( aI..a e ,',, I If allY town would make the town
Using' this section without another I 1 1I to Kissimmee Saturday and .
favorably, and I undel' land the besole.Iy I put to it to Inn) a man reftirneel incite in me'le'me'nt than 1i" 1II""y t the) e i lit/t eif I thi' map. where folks

wired him to have a commissioners lefercndum > who can uuv on suee.e-sfulv) the. I das s. delav if tbcv want to get their !I with Mrs Mit/cl, she having would at Intel 1"1. Th I ,. huildng w':IIdepieeiate will i eirni and tll,. down and live in
.
.
,>at'ol'k I -haii of tlH'Votl'rn and Canadianlioniiseekiis spent the wee k in that entciprisingtcmn uitli. f finu I '
of Iul
clause attached to it I-I' exploitation. that hash I II t the lot I phntv s lap; if allY town. its own

"I introduced and hud passed. in the <-Ipc'd build up tin- citv foi tl", pa .ttwoorthiee I and investors. I Lveryicitv I should 1:111\\] invalui: ,if f I Ihis tow n dma alodiof poveitv" would rid, let get
I
town and hamlet this State ( hilclicn's observe el .
in day '
House a !bill granting a pension to Dr vais. :\ijlimlv>: I anipa, was Sunday wi II a- the "cinintiv at laigi" winchIs out mil I Iou rid good madsjust like
"i- 1'11111111f.wth its lust Tolls( fe .1 fte'I'noon bv and 'lUitlons ,
> secuie ree '
singing _
'a 11.\ cloulilinj'
1) 1\1. Breaker, and Senator Donegal LUI'I'Y comimmitv in South 1 1'10- 1 MI lend \alui-" eve old 'a."al dill"i:M bange.
secured its passage. in the Senate. Ida has l>c'minted bv ""o\\t.II'.. .,Millent this nieist disnabliclass of residints whichsele well rendered 'I'heeeim- i V di"i.nl<..
and It I behooves us to git busy niittceis, to be praised fe>i' their Hut there. j .
I- alloll1"I..
"One of the knottiest pioblcms that public\ wotk I.ak'IIIr.d leleHI :- to it also I'art of the' HUMUCHMI .
01 \\t. will 'fill'd oui section 'st endeavorsMl .
lagging at ue
I t hat l 1- \\ "Ih innil '
urn i 1'1".1"
i 1
11 ,
I In
confronted the legislatuie was that of nj// "Isanolhii M Mivrne 1 \ She' | she willit
.
-- . ilemg at I thi. tall -- -- -- monevide and .. .
granting the right to vote to bold a man hand by the
women, .
of m u -e.'I tU i s. :Mr IJobnis and wife of St loud sp<'nt Men of fannlv the. I I1 ::
ale" housebuildiis
but 1 took the It .isn t I houi .
same stand there that I If a good plan to I :
tll'I,1". ,. '\" I "I I am ('Xi'ceding!}' glad to know that the day Sunday at Lake Henelon and tin. home huildii-. I .. .
I
|, TI".y I II" "
always have and always will take- mans loth -- ,? tla| ( ate hold') I hll'l'g .
way ?? k mollth ,
I a bill "a"'d the !legi-latuic giving 1 hos;. Little having enjoyed Ills vacation thinkii'" jibout,} ,
"
-omcthirg
g ,
'\ that women have no right to the ballot, is ofte'n buint!. in/ addition >lb. 'nu. diarii its' part of heiI
J oui 'lountv i'ommissionii. s and eitj' ty a tup to Tampa I and a sail to tin... 1II11I'.d r' and t thi' '"ol"'Y I"u'mes ,hi.'s a 1II""I1'UII..I"

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(GOODS MADE BYGONVIGJ 'some probably one be or \more because of nature's I have violated laws of !TERMS OF SALEPREVENT Malaria or Mills & Fever r : ,

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health. Prescription No.tM ..prepared especially
,: LABOR I will study nature's laws of health MONOPOLY lor MALARIA or CHILLS V FEVER. ffl v*

r and will obey them for my own sake. Fire or ilz: : doee will break any . and
U taken then as e tonic live Fever will Dot
I will not suck
fingers, or pick
my I I
HTM better then
r.tnrnIt ecu on the
my nose or1 wipe my nose on my handor Calomel and does slckea. 2Se i\\
NATIONifFOREST not trip or ,
.. .ARE PROHIBITED COMING HERE sleeve, for these practices are very .OF TIMBER .

J unsanitary and impolite.:

I will not wet my fingers in my 'l J''

IP AMENDMENTINTRODUCEI mouth when turning the leaves of PURCHASERS MUST AGREE TO No. Six-SixtySix

BY SENATOR BOUAll IS IN books. SUPPLY NEEDS OF LOCAL This I epecUBy'lor
a prescription: prepared i
TAi FFLAW. I will not put pencils In my mouthnor MARKET ONLY.. MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER J
CORPORATE IN wet them with my lips. Five or six: : doses will break any case, and

I'will in U taken then .. a tonic the Fever wit not >V- "
not put pins nor money my
mouth. Washington, June 12.-In a sale of return. It act on the liver better then !
Calomel end don not gripe or sicken. 25oMRS. ;
50 million feet of national forest timber

York I will not buy nor use chewing gum V
New June 6t Senator Wil- - -- ----
to the Mount Lumber
nor'buy and eat cheap candies.I Graham L
I
!hum E. Borah introduced an amendment W. LILLY
\ JAMES
will only use.my mouth for eating Company, of Thatcher, Arizona, A con .
to the pending tariff bill in the
good, plain food, drinking* pure'water tract has been entered into which, i -
II United States Senate June 5 at the request Dies at t
and milk, and for saying good and .Forester Graves says. cpntains!: effective Former Resident of Warsaw

of the National Child Labor kind words. safeguards against possible mo Kissimmee, Fla. p.Practically

Committee. The amendment refers I will always chew my food thor- I I nopoly. The timber is located on the Summer Citrus Fertilizing. '$ .
to the section of the tariff bill which Mount Graham division of the Crook Residents here were apprised by
oughly, and never drink whiskey or
prohibits importation", of goods manu wine. National Forest and flumes will be telegram last Sunday of the death of i i I all growers agree that the! "Fruit & Vine" type fer

factured abroad by convict labor. constructed the for tak Mrs.'! Jas. W. Lilly, the sad event occurring tilizer make. the moat desirable sited fruit and Rives; it the finest
I will strive against the habit of by company flavor and highest quality. But there! is a wide difference in opinion
amendment adds the at her home at Kissimmee
The to para. "clearing my throat" because it is ing the lumber from the mountainsinto a. :Jo what material this It'rtiliaer'ab.uld be made from. This I. due

graph, making it read as follows: nearly always unnecessary, and may the Gila Valley. Under the terms Florida, Sunday morning at 2 o'clock. J I largely to local conditions, character of soil, etc.

.h "That all goods, wares, articles, anc be disagreeable to. others.I of the sale these flumes, which will Death was attributed to heart disease, To meet these different requirements, we! have! prepared seven f

merchandise manufactured wholly 01 form an outlet for the Mount Graham the decedent having been in ill health. different Fruit &: Vine" fertilizers! in six different analyses; some
will not cough or sneeze without based on "animal" (or organic) materials! some on "chemical". (or
in I the few months. The remains -
foreign by be for past
in part country con timber to
any !
Range generally, are
turning my face and holding pieceof I inorganic) materials and some combining the! best! qualities of both.
Mt-t labor or by children under 14 accompanied by the bereft hus-
; available for the use of the Govern
paper or handkerchief before my Our free booklet "Armour Fertilisers" contains a full description
years of age employed for more than mouth. Polite people never cough in ment or of any other purchasers from I band, Jas. W. Lilly, Mayor of Kissimmee of these different brands and a discussion of the merits of the i

eight hours per day or fortyeighthours public if they can prevent it. the Government.The arrived here Wednesday morningand different mateilala. Have you got your copy/?

per week; or by boys under 18 timber contracted for consists were taken to the home of Mrs.
I will not paint, print or carve any
of 16 Lilly's niece, Mrs. J. G. Roberts, to R. S FLOYD Sales KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
years age or women over yearsof vulgar and obscene words or picturesin chiefly of Douglas fir and Englemann Agent, ,

age employed for more than pine of the houses. spruce, with small quantities of western remain until that afternoon, when
any
hours per day or fifty-four hours per I will keep my face, hands,and finger I t yellow pine, white fir and Mexican funeral services were held at the Armour Fertilizer Works, Jacksonville, Fla.

week, stall\ not be'entitled to entry at nails as clean as possible.I white pine. The initial price of $2 Christian church by Rev. J. B. Yeage'rfollowing ,-

any ports of the United States and the per thousand feet board measure is which came the interment in
will not spit on floors, stairways I
importation thereof is hereby pro- or sidewalks, and will try not to spitat 1 I subject to readjustment in accordancewith the I. O. O. F. cemetery.Mrs. I /fjrmour Fertilizers.

... hibited and the Secretary of the all; ladies and gentlemen do not market values at the end of three Lilly was born in Warsaw I ,

Treasury is authorized and directedto spit. '. years, the contract period extendingover June 7, 1856. and was the daughter of

provide such regulations as may benecessary six years.A the late 110'0. Wm. Craig and wife. .
I will wash my mouth every morn-
for the enforcement of this feature of the sale is the fact She was married to James W. Lillyin _
ing on getting up and at night on go-
provision." that the lumber will be used solely to 1885, and to this union were born
ing to bed, and will use a tooth brushif
"The amount of convict made goods supply the needs of the local market, two children, both of whom have pass- -'
I lean get one.
1
shipped from foreign countries is I will be clean in body clean in which consists in part of the agricul- ed to the great beyond. Aside from .

be doubt tural districts along the the husband Mrs. Lilly is survived bya
trifling, but there can no that developed
mind and avoid all habits may THE H. G. SIEVER
that quantities of wearing apparel, give offense to others.I Gila River, but chiefly of the large brother, John Craig.

toilet articles, toys textiles and other copper mines at Globe, Clifton and She was a member of the Christian
and
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I will get all the fresh air can
goods which come to our markets will open wide my bedroom windows Morenci. This market has hitherto church and a lady of high Christian REALTY COMPANY N;

from abroad are the product either when I go to bed. been supplied almost exclusively by character. Reared in Warsaw and

wholly or in part of the labor of lit- lumber produced on the northern Pa holding her rightful place in the love,

tle children and of youth and women cific Coast, shipped by steamer to San esteem and friendship of us all, it was Prairie Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Land

employed 1 for excessive hours" aid TRAVEL OVER STATE Pedro, California, and thence inland appropriate that her remains be Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms +

Owen) R Lovejoy, when giving!' out over the Southern Pacific brought hack to the home of her
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this information from the Commit- IN AN AUTOMOBILE childhood that the friends who had I
2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value
tet's headquarters in the United Charities known her and loved her for her sweet

Building in New York today. ASK YOUR DRUG- and womanly virtues, could share with for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:-

"We have been accused of fightingthe I PKKACH1MJ:' TilE GOOD; THAT her relatives the grief at her passingand

interests of manufactures wher- THE GROWERS;) AND:' HIIIPPEltS GIST ABOUT IT pay the last sad tribute of respectto j Orange Groves all sizes and prices
her ( Ky.) Inde-
ev'eq efforts have been made to secure memory.Warsaw

better laws The :New: England cot- LEAGUE WILL DO. pendent. '
There is a Remedy that Takes the KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I
ton manufacturer has accused us of
being in the pay of his Southern com- .-- :Place of (Calomel Recommended RESULT I ION: OF RESPECT, I

while the Southern cottonmanufacturer Twenty or thirty thousand farmerswill and Guaranteed; by the SYMPATHY AND: LOVE
,. petitor; be reached by the mail of the ?
has been equally sure DruggixtH. Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly ,r
-- - -- - -- --- -- -
For -Y
and Growers League.
we were employed by the New England Shippers Father to call from this life our
weeks a large office force
two quite
l ,cotton mills, As a matter of beloved sister, Sarah Achsah Lilly,
fact the New England and Southern has been engaged in securing and the The Kissimmee Drug Co. never solda wife of our beloved brother and co- LAWN MOWERS ;
of the in Florida
names growers remedy that more complete
gave
cotton mills are not in competition worker, J. W. Lilly, n
force is engaged in f
that arranging Liver Tonea
now satisfaction than Dodson'h
with each other but the New England And, wher "as, Bro. Lilly is a charter
these systematically, and it will mild vegetable remedy for con-
the -
with
Layman'sUnion.
mills are in competition member of the Christian
higher type of textile mills in. Eu- be but a short time before pressing stipation sour stomach and lazy liver. now, therefore be it resolved: Scientifically Sharpened and RepairedBY f
will be sent to all of the
invitations Folks who have suffered for
rope; while the Southern cotton mills, years That we, the members of the Layman's n
growers to become members. rather than resort to dangerous calomel -
manufacturing coarser goods, are in Christian Union extend to our
There nave been comparatively a have found after one trial that
mills\ of
with the
co-worker
direct competition beloved brother and our
few sent out already, but it seems that this pleasant-tasting vegetable liquid t
China, Japan and India. heartfelt sympathy and condolence in
that the time has come
"In Pennsylvania and West Virginiayoung all when recognize the one and all must gives them a long sought relief with- .this trying hour, assuring him of our KISSIMMEE SUPPL Y COMPANY
growers out bad after-effects. s
boys work all night jn the glass loyalty and brotherly love, commending .
factories although this custom has unite against a common enemy. Dodson's :river: Tone is guaranteedby him to the blessed Master who .. .
'
The plan of organization Is most Kissimmee Drug Co. to be a safe -, -
abolished Jaw in the past nine and'.who said to
been by doeth all things well, ,
comprehensive, yet simple and efficient. 1. liver stimulant,and to be absolutely :
years in all the other glass manufacturing his bosom companion, "Well done, .
There will be the one main harmless-without: bad aftereffects.You :
states. The Pennsylvania thou good and faithful servant, enter
League and in each community there will find in this
manufacturers used to declare they many persons thou into the joys of life." The beau-
will be a Local Improvement League locality who have tried it and everyuser
could not continue if this law were tiful life of joy and sunshine, Chris-
which will be a part of the main will speak a ,good word for IJod-
a becauve of the competition with love and tender
passed tian fortitude sym-
League The plan is somewhat likethe .son'.s Liver Tone. It livens a torpid
Indiana. up R. S. FLOYD
and
Maryland, New Jersey pathy of this delightful image of our \
of state.
a
organization liver and makes feel fresh
This year they complain that they you Lord and Master who will live on toble's
Mr. L. B llamner the secretary, healthy and clean
with ,
cannot continue in competition our lives and encourage us to iH'
expects to make a personal (campaign The price of a large \bottle is 50
the glass manufacturers of Belgium/ higher and nobler deeds.It .
of the organization, traveling the cents-money back if not pleased. The
and (;ermany."It will be our pleasure! to welcome
whole sate over in an automobile, of I Hudson's( Liver Tone has
i iv not the desire! of the National success hack to our fold Brother Lilly on his
that he may meet with each local or- brought medicines into the field tia
Child Labor (ommiltee(' to interferew'iIh many r-turn, and pledge to him our continued Groceri tit
how it
and show them
gam/ation that imitate its claims, and some havenailli'
miinufuctuiing pro- of his
legitimate appreciation presence t
,), for each community
will' )lie" possible similar and package same
c''''M'-, foi we Miogiii/o the miesityof I each very and ,('nil'e among us. He it further
to bring), some new industry into color, but remember Oocison's Liver i
ailaiice I
inihisti "- a baifoi social ; resolved that a copy of these resolutions -
('ommumtj and give practical, demonsttjUons Tone is guaranteed by Kissimmee Get our prices o sHAY
"ut'1' hesitatedwhen
hu11I'.t'r be to Brother Lilly, also I j
\ given
.. of the value of ,cooperation Drug Co., who will give you back t ';
of IIII1I1Ufu..lun.I.-
the 'question| I ,punted in the Kissimmee papers.
and statewide.HELPPUL FEED
locally if want it. GRAIN
lu tits \t. ...i.MIihild-,. motel. tlona- in- jour money you Layman's Christian TemperanceUnion ,

volved I'his, isthirtynine testified by the Advertisement25ltmen : byJohn : rt

--tates that have( revised McPhatter, which we make a specialty
WORDSFrom ; COST OF LIVIMJWe ;
then child. labor laws I in' our nine -- A. Rose, 4'i.

wars of work." have read and studied and read J\. S. :Nelson:
. :
Representatives''' of the committe@further i a Kisimmee Citizen. again and studied about the high cost -Committee on Resolutions. I II

stated that they believe this of living and we just have-4_keep

imposed( ajnemlinent i.. pai'ti<'ulaily everlastingly at it to pay our honest CONCERNING:' : TIlE FLY I I

timely! .because mam Ann'Mean manu I In your )hack, lame and painful! debt, and most of these debts are The following> "Fly Aphorisms"culled

fac.tur ers already feel! the pressure I Does it ache especially after exertion' for living and high taxes, both of from many sources by the I Ideal Groves '

of the proposed taulf eductions and which get heavier each Year. In looking Monthly Bulletin of the New York :

they may very justly complain that I I Is there a soreness in the kidney for the tap-root ('auses. it seems Board of Health are particularly I '

they are placed in unfair competitionwith region'' that everybody wants to get away worthy of attention at this time: BY far the greater number of vigorous: and prolific groves; laI

importers manufactuiing{ in These symptoms suggest weak kid- I from the farm and get into the towns "It is better to screen the cradle I the State today ore the result of

countries which do not offer such protection and cities. We have more eaters and and wear a smile than scoff at the '
neys.
to' children. Already thirteen If so there is danger in delay. consumers than we have farmers to precaution and wear mourning." Ideal Formulas_ f

.l plates forbid the employment of chil- Weak kidneys get fast weaker. make the food for the millions who are "Screens in the windows prevent ..d

dren under 16 years of age for more Jive; your trouble prompt attention. crowded into the cities and towns. crape on the door." \
Ideal Methods 1
than eight hours u day in all industries ]Doan's Kidney Pills are for weakkilh1t'Ys Then false pride and cheap style "Flies, as well as bad weather, r

; while eight additional states for i causes the poor professional man and spread typhoid." 1 1I
We have been with you as growers, salesmen, and manufacturers -
bid such employment in specified lists I Your neighbors use and recommendthem. working man to go in debt to keep up "A fly in the milk may mean a I

of industries. Thirty-six states for with their neighbors and beat them. member of the family in the grave." for over thirty years but what particularly concerns you is

bid the employment of children under Read this Ki.ssimmee testimony: We are losing sight of the sensible, "A fly has natural enemies; the that right ntfw we have the right materials the right equipment, and

14 years in factories J. II. Harris, carpenter and contractor useful and economical in our educa- most persistent and most effective

.. 4I Whether this proposed amendmentwill KisHimmee, Fla., Says: "I haveno tional system and giving time, teach- should be man." the right people; to give you the ..

_ decrease manufactured importswill hesitation in recommending Doan's ing and money for the ornamerUal ata "It costs less to buy a screen door Right Service NOW

depend on the disposition of foreign Kidney Pills, for I know from past experience sacrifice of the practical, useful and than to get sick and lay off for a I I

countries to protect their chil that they act just as repre- economical. The country seems to month." Send for FreeBooks on Florida Products. t

dren. In discussing the bill Senator sented. Off and on for five years I have be going money mad and labor crazy. "It's a short haul from the garbagecan \

Borah said today, "It will either bea taken this*remedy for my kidneys anda When a young man goes to the towns to the dining table via the fly WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. ;

godsend to thousands and thousandsof few doses have always brought re and cities he gets caught with these route."
Man fact of
people in the old countries or it lief." theories of economics. It is eight "If at first you don't succeed, swat, u urere I "'

will be some protection to our people For sale by 'all dealers. Price 50 hours work and play sharp for the swat again.Exchange.Ezra IDEAL FERTILIZERS :.:

dollars these fa lse ideas. JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
here. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, to support t

York sole agents for the United We must dig up these tap.root ideas D. Beers and wife have as their '
New ,
TilE STUDENTS HEALTH CREED States. and get back to the sensible ideas and guests Miss Lola Beers and Miss Ma- I Local Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co. [I

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healthare Remember the name-Doan's- -and : plans before we can remedy the. high ble Boozie, of Ipava.-Canton ((0.) ,,....'.
I believe body and good II
my Adr.-25-2t. cost of living.-Exchange.: Ledger. '
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other.
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'. A.<'STRO P'S HOME' '" Prom" a ,poultry standpoint she 'is a I I'' + + + 'o .. . .. e. + -o. ''county t 'superintendent. I ttittttukad' 1: ...n.GI"I'rATE TIlE COURT!! 'OK 0V TUB KL.! ?"CM1N..' ,

Three O.A COUSITV.t.mlmlf
Mir. Sear VM UH! :
good manager and knows the business to a latty in town that S

NORTH OF FISH LAKE "from A to Z." There is a"big dem -''',
t ladder. I Oscar Dais ha. appl!. ti 5''
VI. '. nd for: chickens and 'eggs always > : + round off the professional. Vhria, for Lotter. of AdmlnlMra.i to-

.' -' at a good price.
:, be dude cen5t'd Into pf ...ld County of Oaceola;,
: SCENE. OF ACTIVITY AND MUCH Mr, Stroup is very much Infatuated Re'C has the general reputation of that he's geUtiug to a regular. Thews are, therefore to cite and. a*!

with, the climate but, a Northern i ain't he ?" Wtf discovered Judge Mur- nioululi nil and sIngular the kindred,
says booster the whole truth
being
a as .
;
": LAND BEING MADE READY busi1 0 ,_- end creditors of aald deceased to band t
man) must understand Conditions here. he sees it and. nothing but' the truthas phy in his .of. oo' with. a strictly appear, lief oro -this Court on or be.
'; FOR CITRUS FRUITS BIG 1 his fort I Kta th day of June.-. D. 18U,
countenance
riess look
Ha believes the two big : lighting up ,
sure money he appreciates it, Is his motto and SIc objection If any Uley ha.. to.

l POULTRY FARM.Contributed I. making things in Florida are citrus That which cannot be boosted, better Let me tell you something else Mr. i HIP. vrantlnir aid estate of Letter.otherwise of Admlnlatra.lion the .. S
am
on
fruit and stock raising. stand aside and keep out of' the way, Editor, the Judge just simply heL4s win I In- nrnnti-d to said Oscar Baas -or

' ,1-I K, D. Krankford has 'gone to his for he'll have, none of It Saturday four aces' ,, and If you're guilty when to Wltiiii some other.v fit iiam person as County or persons.Judge

I ( ) home In Klrksville, Mo., on business 31st ult., accompanied by Oscar Bron ; you come before.him/, or on the wrong of tli' ('"Uiit). aforpsald this. the JrcViiliLx
S ; :Mr.: Stroup Is "from Missouri andS '* i"f June A. 1>. 1918.
a(id expects to be gone) a year. On his son;. Rex was again enjoying the hospitalities i side of a civil case, you run up against (u4'al) T. M. MURPHY,

of course had tp be ,own. There. is return.he will erect a beautiful little of your much watched and the strongest hand in the county; he! 24-41 County Judcai ,
,
.y little wonder he selected such beau-
a bungalow, on the lot just cast of Mr. growing city, this time the' guest' of going to see justice done, and you can :\i>ri('H.Tas .
,
t tiful spot on the high north bank oft all remember it. Our tax collecteoris I
Stroup's house. Mr. Libby's grove adJoins Mr. R. B. Savage and the interesting
Fish Lake overlooking( its quiet water. ....4lt'r tu Ik* I'aycra of 01..
too well known in this county to're* Freshrse(5
this property. Mr. Libby, since family by which he is surrounded.A For Purity, SweetneHs I I.I inl I ''
55 lie has a real lake front no marsh in from pencil but ThUinu :, 'r'.C County Commissioner
-
finishing his house south of the lake .quire anything my ,
candy pulling during
was progressing SURPASSED :-
\ I front of bin door. Big oaks and many _: :NEVER III &,,A Cur U.Cj'OhL'Cltunty, Florida will,
'
has found time the past few weeks to our presence, and after enjoying he's of the all wool and a yard wide "Ii Il'l'I on MmiiUy. July the 7 th, 191 a. for
of them border the l lake velvet of reviewing I and
a green lii. equal.
1 impose
,
work the grows on his place north of the effects of said candy pulling with stripe.It I I lb<.. valuations. on Heal Estate and.MI.11 .

I ." coat of grass fringes the shore. the lake. There is some 'mighty fine both liquid and solid inward comforts is rumored that Tom Johnson, "I'. i IMV 1'ioperly. as llxed: : by the Taxixm :

Ills house of six rooms and big: orange land in that vicinity and it is a> accompaniments, we very reluctantly who resides near enough to our islandto -] :3 U) ..M/.e ror:: :!'U':: I .I "..11.. I, '"]13' of i i iHcvlim County. for the

I porch is painted white, so are the is trade with Jo 'u .I, OVKIISTHBKT.. Clerk.
fast being cleared and put into fruit. parted from our kind host and be civilized on a 2 Ib :si/x- ;1 ( :! .
other in the yard. The cool '
buildings
t ---- hostess and Boon afterwards left your N. Smith of Kissimmee. Come on M'M- 2 fH"U'!; :::- Mil III': I'4II I-LIIILICATION. S
lIb
breer-e from off the lake is quite re- beautiful city,. well satisfied with our brother, we'll receive you and your U.p.rtut..t .f <.>. ....rI....

freshing. Back of the house is a IMPROVEMENTS ATCENTER visit.. Our trip caused ua to be deprived -I good lady with open-handed hospitality --| l. !S .Laad Ofaee at 6... ."11l..
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oak hammock interwoven with Klorlda. May JO, ,&
heavy PARK of the (pleasure of being presentat ; our door latches are always on I NOTICE; Is hereby given that LYMAN

vines bountifully supplied with big tne big fish fry on Reedy creek, but I the outside when your kind are in the While ttu-- 'fays are hot (V :NKT11IT.HCUT I of Orange Center. \

clusters of wild grapes A year ago neighborhood. Arid the, KM? Is cold .Mnrlda. who f>n November 14. lIlt
we had the satisfaction of hearing I I riia4ltrlilCtalt Entry, Serial J?>.
this pot wan a jungle growth/ that what Our Democratic rooster his wives Eat Pork and Beans '' rii.: for N'4 ol VT'%! .; Section 14 4,
ADDING' a splendid time they had, and .... South. Is
hENRY 24 ItaiiKe Bast Tal-
I I'ARTIN ; OREAT- 1' ".h'p'
it took much work to clear out the how many lusty trout they capturedthe |! and progeny are in fine form; the pro- And n''v
part not wanted. The trees still LY TO illS ALREADY of the fowls fur iitintlon( to make Commutation Proof
ducing capacity lady
latter statement being uubutonUat- Sea Foam Lard 1.i xabllsh! rlHlm, to the land above
S shade the ground! to such an extent BKAl'TIFTL' PLACE. ed by beholding and partaking of nish us eggs in abundance. Rex has 4VIIE"KST ,, de"<>itlb.d. lieturilae. Clerk of the CirI -
some
for .. __ .
4 Ib pail till (/ .4sil. .11 Klsslmmne. Florida, on
Jittle sun light enters. of the finest beauties that the waters ; the delicacies for breakfast and supper the 184h day of J....., 1111.

In passing. along the public road and bread milk butter clabber etc. '' relajit niimoS as wllnesscs:
of above mentioned creek i ,
can produce. .
td ( Contributed ) Hlwt'1uAiZO! by oiiaril, J :Miutlg'r/ of Orange Center
Si north of the lake, you are not apt Eggs milk, butter and their several for dinner .and calls this pretty good i"i.ri.IleJohn A. Hewlns, of Orange
the house because of the hammock Horik-honk-honk_ Look out! Whoas ' MSSIMMEETAYLOR'S: : I I., lit,," Klorlda., James W. Bass, of
see accompaniment. are still in full force I, tiring ;We are indulging somewhatin iiiaiiuiiVnier., I Vlorlda; William A.

which hides it from view, nevertheless, \\ that gentleman who just turnedin and virtue at theBronson_ ranch. The kite flying at the present time, a :Mu in1 .r Ira" IIICI'" C..nt'r.o'lorlda,
.. iriENRY 8. CUftBB.1
,
the gate near the school house ?
it is there with all the features that boys had the good fortune to find a sport Rex never gets too old to enjoy. -1 J ..i ___.:.. Register.Mil .
little home in Oh, that wan Mr. Henry Partin, one .. :
make comfortable 1'hone4
can a bee tree -and it fully to the Watermelons are abundant; the West Kis-y Stem
came
of the big cattle owners of Osceola up I K 2 : 'lie 'nl':UI"'OIt"
Florida.: A of thirteen acres I' boys load of fine 1'hont' I I'.n!
prove standard o-f the old saying, a swarm of are carrying a ones :North Kissy Si ore
of count) HIH tattle are mostly all overon S'III nun it I the 4 ......y Juds> ..*..
of young,: trees< and a couple acresof bees in May is worth a load of hay to the Loughnuin hands this eveningIt I Phimt J.tilcri.r ) .
the St. .Johns River, but h* lives in ; Setleoige; I .,r I .lorlilJi. I>.< ..!. ('_.t,.
old trees art cast of his hou"e. I a swarm of bees ill June is worth a'' has been both politically andtiaturally
(Centei, I'atk I, I.h'I" .f .KRANK WI1XXJX
what i I.
:Mr. Sunup's plate i" like the Island for,
Truly silver spoon ; but a fcwarm of bees in dry on sometime
lead about in the I He has in his place thirty-nine. acres but ; 10( \\TL\Y\\ i.IM: :: S I" nil 'r'dU.'H. l.u.mtr+m, UUtlrlbn.
you magazines I Itl1P July is not worth a fly. Watermelons clouds are gathering rapidly, (
( : .
.
.. '
-- onr' aol. i is l taken out for the c n..1 nil lpra.t.a .I.. ( lal.or ..
Theie aie thit-e persons. Frank AStroup hooIIHHIBal'k I from the road jes sIr. plenty of them of the regular; and these combined with the appearance II..H.I. .....I..t said "...t..

1'0' I Downing' and IC I DPrunkford ). 'I JohiiM'. Islandaiiety-cool. sweet of other mgiedient.s, of a liquid' \ ia I.IIAI- < >\crhobrr and ( Ito I KvVr-: ,
some (1\1t.. h\.lldl'.d: raid"" i" (th-: housepiutlv \ j it I uli ut you. are herebyin.
inti,.tt-Mcil in the <(74; art" and juicy.. I natuie will I fres hen both nature ami. J'lad,... I ." .1 I ,.! I ,|" 11..1 to preiM'iit anynnl
t t hid by, sonie 1 big old oaks. TI1t'IIlIple.n : ., ,
S I." I t- 0,1. which
,,,,rlh ami vtf-l of l Pish l.akt. Thistiact The thermometer is at !till( deg., but the inner man. ( ;io I'V l\.1 down I the Ki-nnmt II "l's.' I .i l ,11 nnihavi- aicaln you. the orl
lirst t > I a vi"llnl' gets on i>ntfiing -
of t Idiul mi lutlt-s what is known | alter around, II'\ sits. in the shade with a good With best wishes' for the Valley <;ia. Kivi-i' t thioii {h I.""** I Okt.IM,.hobec ..inIh" ",,.'l, .1. ..1, i I''' 11, I L VIlIraid.,u ii. ..s.i..-mn-d.. late'.I'.I
hlpia t' winding i "" to the un-
as Pish \I.akr p.tstutc of l'iOl
l uilt last wintei dividing up /htrai which has commented is I'I I I '5 t \\ .ut ,Itoni I b. diktu hereof
fint'twas j feels no i I inconvenience I fiom, the heat.the I n j just .
"lui" Van 01 will kept on I he ( ;iiilf i Ii' 1 1')1'1 I amli'iilali-, oil ,I. I \l.i, ,i IS V II I'JIJi
!I' i a'
the pastuie into( inn( acres aril' Jill) ( everything I boys, me plowing and( :Mi,.. Uioniin I ialli'ig, '.'t' will !finallv b:'ing the1 I"t: 1 < 'o.ist 'Phis i- tin m\i\ .st ,ml.in i \\ v\ 11.' ix..
S \
IsTo II \ VV ILL.\
a<'res in eai('h. 'I he lug' pastuie was ) : attending\ I to her duties, as ma; lirof I I-nght) epi.stlf to a 1 los". I KKX: Nuwlunnifiu.i .__
th. 1 ./It tl 1".t,1. leading (to the I wati< i' trill in' t'itworM. ; i ill --- --
lenteil to A I I" fla.it' of j
recently "0"I'i t'l tow gaiage, \ to -hclter his"Iold. f'iemtnuc'.s.K .\ tan \\ilii I (turd ."i,,01 i\ine I li i!ftI \i. Ill I I lull l-l lll.lt II'ION.

the l big tattle men of t hi1 tountThe I J .\ has neglected the water" tlepailiiu'iit I ., I I. Ir.r' html .11 I kr I..rt..r,
." whiil' h" liought leiently.Ml CHANCE FOR JOB I be view il I t in t i MH I li i ,,1''lI101al'I't., i ti
have not y.t ilei'uK-il whether! I. H. I n 11..11'11. .* .( 4.1..11.. ,
( \\ IK-IS in d's"'IIo'IItlw island. but .
,
:M HI-US., |F.t, I"
i I'ai''tlll takes gieat j io ide in shownur ol' wne nirr Mjris: I I I.M-lUn. Ma> IT. 1111:1.:
to into the stoi k business, themselves I without the least
go bis lends' his m-w, iai., the numlni exaggerating III cansa.v AS POSTMASTER .it-st-i at i.ui't:t tf 'I, 'i. i tv- 411 I n hat Hob *rt
and pastuie it to cattle! orS .. .' that we have as tint1 watei on this .5..1 i ,I." J'" I'luud i I'Morlda/ Will).
of mile.- theI.dom'r\ 1 ,
l'egi.oti'as.ioitally "5 ii" S 'mid. I Itfll'IliItd Kli,
sheep Itefoie, the summer is ovrt I place as there IK; in this lounty! 01 iired ,. .1. S ... '. .f.ii :N'; S. of Lx>ts 2
tiM-, anil, takes them out .
I I lit- d 1 'cidt-d' i "5'' I -. S l iiid,, :N'0' of :NKVi: .
will I tee
probably this t question t j !h. other. I It the "
'i ;. i I in any Is as white a. vr ORMK: (; : ( 'E\TER-EX.UII"I\: : .
,
for a I It must: he lemembeiedthat II. I \\ ''''oil' ::11 South KuiiK' 84I
spin
A They ire reserving" the two hunchedaiixs Imc&t" paikmgham iver saw, tool I ..r I II d""."--. )1.1111'.1.i haH II lid
FlemingCLEANING
he I is a busy'' man and must get I you TION1LL I HE: HELD) II En 1-: Sprig ? ", 5! "i ,itii., I i"II"" I in "iiiaUi ("oirrnutaI >
( f-ir that puiposi-" .uid 1 icf i ebbing and appears to be pure I ..5 t l'i.,,,,1 ii. yl.il.lttili ...lalut to the
thrufuii'k and he does when! he tuinsthi'
I
Mr. Stroup is fiom Kit k.s lh-, Mo' t ]| lee-stone' as thei is no foreign taste St1L'll.tY.l JUNE: 28. 1 .", I ..1 I " I I. 11 s 101".1 i i In foil th.. fli.rkI
1 ( I gasoline!i \loo.e.lit' > I ,5i., I I '",.11 I I I '"uIl" Hi iHHllllllltlC"
S the home of the ""eopathII"I bouvht I about it in any way. This is a finely r 'J.I ,n,,1". n.1 1.1.i\ of Jul> 191 }.
/ hahad the two poiches i ie- ,. ,. .,.
PRESSING l I 11I. II I 'it I III t. \\lltl.HHIh
5, his pluc.J two years ago last :May t jt t i 01 1)1'It'll ,'ountn"lth'( -I' tu rpentl tie .
which ; that ) I.IMI t I.: "' I i 1t..1 I i.f AlK I I I. "l-'lorlda
adds I to '
j did, not move there until last (htotit L I >hinglfii. newness stills nor mills have 1 hi- United States Civil Ser\ ice DYEING ...4 \I'.d! \I.| |.1"1' ...r1".1'. "Florida
saw as yet invaded
1 the plate' A small shed haalso I I Commission that Satur- .r.I..".. .ililO. of Alxer ...Iorld...
Sine? his. arrival, much land !has beencleared our terutoiy, and the timber announces on 1 15 n S II. '" I I'jJu.'t of .VI I.KIT. .FloridaiUKi. I
l built the south of the I REPAIRINGLeave
and I '. made. "'cn III Jaid d Ia) June :2H, I'.tl.'i\/ :l an examination 1t1.o.I:: < \' S 'IIIInB.
manimpl'ov'mer.t.
and aI'still their ,
r house .. palmetto in primitive -.: i ti'r. )
lie has about thnteen acres .et hut in ,tate.I will l I.- held at Ki.ssimnice'' Kla, as a I
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I s hIm" > glove is nio-.tl> old t tees, but result of which it make word ho.i. ,. t'lothea ---
Kinds. To he is expected to ft t m> .nd!
: 4. cIt rus fruits of all. exact lias about, an ant t>f Doling trees I ( Chun,." ale not numeious, in the : cri tilit ation to fill\ contemplated will }b.. cIed I lor Still ,ret Jn.,1.,i I I \orii -. >nHI.itu. : !.."> SAI.I' :
t a ( vacancy
h I 14(10( ) t tiees bring put out. I
some .
('timing Kvi-rv'thing i ha. t the a iiea 1"- I island but we are within a reasonable" of fourth classl)02tiiia5t'r j J" VII I I. \\llnM IT1 \ y'L'; ; l'ItN:

Between the citrus fruit trees, peach while in the position! \"t i 0. d" t I"I' I M Hint l 101 xirtui'
di-stance of Pleasant and
'E' Hill
mice of \urovvth Hitom will not Satisfaction (juurunteedI ,, .
I '
1 .
I been 1'1. Howard at (Oiange) Center, I Fla., i \ 5 II."t. iill of Ihiiunr
trees have pIanted---Jeu -
,i Hex don't the declaration that '.. ,., ,
lake 'cond( place with in the assume ''flt *if I '-i i i. '1'iiiinli Kil.'
S1) : and liidwell's Early,, l being the any and other vacancies as they may occur ,'I 1.1{ I I.'I'l 1 I ",,\ I II,. illi .:I:'.; and"-j; :
,wilh"ol'hood. The reason for this the place is so healthy that the people at that office\ unless it shall bo I li\, .r. .1 I 11'1".1 I up" and 111d
: varieties. The trees, are all doing exceptionally don't die here he will that if m II 1 at livjl.llhours' '. i'iitir\' 'liii log the legal
beiause, of the hay
he
not 1 only care dedI'I'
may ed the interests of the BronchitisorAsthma .
well. I in "f .l ii r ih,. ft ..", door of I the
and attention /given it, hut for of the there's no way of judging the future ,'"ul'l IloiiH.in. ,s.f H.iiil, '..unly. In KlBHlm-
,
fill the .
i by ,
vacancy . . ,, .
between Ii. ,
His idea of planting peaches I Ida 'h .tril: da> of Jun,'.
but the that I
famous "yellow sand" which is par- by past, no grave yard compensation of the postmaster at A I. UI 1? till following personal prop.
is the
the citrus fruit
trees
has been started the island and Tt> Ill-Mil
for citrus fruits and yet on I
1, .. peach being short lived ana will be ticularly adapted this office was $231 for the last .fiscal I 4 Kt) ... II. J. Tohacro, 1 Ketys. Liberty .
t ... ''r farming. Ills place is quarter mHe the people appear hale and hearty. I I Bell. 4 Hub No More.. 2414"! gals.

: :)l'hr'} out.of. hq.way.after the other trees east of Fish Lake, hence, has gOQd The flies and not rampant fleas year. /Quuen Syrup. Coffee 1 Pat. 3D oil rana Cans Cracker a Tina ,.Tampa

need more room. -. _' Age limit, 21 years and over on the Boy Cof
tee, I
drainage. known and very few. mosquitoes cans Cracker. Boy CofTee, I cs. .
un-I' date of examination with the Birch Mountain Herb Tea Van' Camps Soup 8 .
11 According to the history of the famous excep- Royal Palm Coffee -
slumbei.Mr.
insects disturb
,. The rural.route No. 2, of Kissimmee biting our 4 doz. Syrup. 8 dos can Smoked
r peach orchard planted by Capt. tion that in a state where women are Reef 1% cans Plums 1 dos Corn.
Center Park and with this added Alfred Bronson is still with Has no, EquaL Nothing < cans
passe.s csns trip 1(0)
declared to. L9- of full ital barrel Vinegar 1
i Rose on the bank of the canal, the | by statute age
i. Nortons and have not heard' keg CltliT 3S dos I
item makes >.i one of the most desiralile aN we r-orn. 6 doz. Houp
peach proved productive\ for years after for all purposes. at 18 years, women Just as .Good. I I 12 ca nn I'. Oil' IS. r, Kllced rtvef"", 2 doz.
places to live to be found anywhere ; from him or other fishermen duringthe S Intact 1.,1., I II I ;pkif J-oiUtry Kood.
: the tops were sawed off, thus bearing in week do not know what's doing.A 18 years of age .on the date of the examination 'i I 2 C'arv IIIK,I S. In. r- pkitn. Tea. I jars Jam.
Not only this he 1 is not out I 1 doz Milk I i, Mine
i ana Meat. 8 Cal
will be admitted.
more profusely than ever ht'fore.'ttl' the woods, hut has many neighbor! word or two or perhaps more Better' than any ready-made medi- sup. li; II.iM, 1 tloz Kucc',lash. 4 doz.
I Probably Mr. Stroup will find to his must reside within the I i IIIIN. IIIlinn, S 7 ann. Hourkraut IN 'Vfc
Applicants and
about officials.\ We found cines. Il: is guaranteedmore ,
living on all sides of him. our county purer !S pk"KS 1.1' iitni", H T. IL. Hi jars Slice Hi,
I' S surprise as the years pass that he will cattle and the renowned J. L. in the Clerk's of- territory supplied< by the postoffice effective than anything 1'0" I .1"1 I'', "til !'hi 11..1'. 12 Minot
Mr. Partin big owner l '
is :
a \IOI'l in '
IJIB V In .
< 1<1>-1' ( cans CottoleneStill
have more than he expected. At has hundreds of head grazing over hce attending to busines with the regularity for which the examination is announced known to the medical profession. : p. i l'.l''' | I.ol"rly Iwlnu sold to

present he is having ten acres cleared and of Made at home in five minuteseven sal BH .. J".t.o..t( obtained In saId
veteran. I II
on th,' St. Johns river. Being\ raised precision a Coi, iu,! i '"in"t lo VV .it.'rs Carson Uror. -

S i and broken and expects to noon have nearby he makes, this. his home while :Mr. J. Johnson, his able assistant, |I The examination is open to all ultizons by a child. Purely vegetableand I I ., r,,," < '"U'01"' j'nn.' i, .. ,In i th.amount'.oriiorailon. . vs.ofll
VI "r"
it ready for cow-peas and velvet beans not; cow hunting. handling the office with an efficiency I of the United States who can contains no alcohol, narcotics I : .mil j I'inin
t to sweeten the land and in addition If sufferer iiinl. i t II"I.. I S "'lItI.lfli
up which that he in with the requirements. or poison. you are a
is comply
.
:Mr John Partin and :Mr. Henry assumes every I 1'1..1 i Hi,"(IK ITth: .la. > ut Ma.y. /*. IL. }.
make much feed for the cows for the Mr. forms and full information form Asthma t ". I I224t 11
Partin occasionally draw in a seine in way qualified position. Application .
or bheep he expects to fatten By like his chief gentle- of the examination be Bronchitis inS M INIillAM.. iitaerirrm
Fish Lake for a little mess of fish, Johnson is so can secured or

next fall this land will be in perfect in his that it from the at tact throat ", '
but last Monday they got more than manly deportment is a postmaster Orange any i< i' TOMlltlCIMKNT

S. readiness for fruit. Then it will all they bargained for when they pulled pleasure tp give them a friendly call Center, Fla., and Kissimmee, Fla.. or lung, stomach, lEl"I'IA1"4.
,
,I be planted to various kinds of citrus in u nine-foot alligator which got when we are in town; his knowledgeof from the U. S. Civil Service Commission S. S. kidney or bladder In Ihr .< .liK-ult < .i.url T.h Judicial I ilr-

fruits. It is his opinion that the tan trouble i-iill. ...!, ,f KlorU.. Ox-rota. e.17. ....-
connected with the Washington I D. C.
caught in one of the pockets of the everything get ItLtSare'ry 5iIlI...
gerine grows better and is more pro clerk's office caused to Applications should be yourself a can
seine One of them lassoed it, and us congratulate properly executed ,
ductive on the muck where it is well! of Birch Mountain M I n TlmdHjI.\ CiiiiiiiUlnaiit. v..raun Ar
I with. a great struggle succeeded in our J. L. for his securing one so and filed with the Commjablon 5- her. *''..Il!! anil, Mlicllila 1 Iiori "',,11. hi..
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m drained than on the sand. This can I pulling it to shore. able to assist him. at Washington at least 7 days before Herb Tea t'loiia a.If. defi from, iMianiH.TitleOrder Hill to ri-mo-a

S easily be .seen hy his thrifty tret's This makes the second big alligator Our Joe's all right; he's turned to the date of the examination, otherwiseit ''It at once and if of I'ublleallMt.

along the shore of the lake I caught in the lake of recent be an able financier, and that's the article may he impracticable to examinethe I you will start to To tlk" l 1."r..nilauta, nhovi iji.iii.-il l
.
Mrs. years. l>l. 'iirliir bjiLrrldavll .annexed to
Stroup is hy no ,titleShe .
means .
S-'S our tax appreciate in a applicants. taking it regularly will tin bill I of ,
About' year ago Ed Davis shot a payjrs you begin.to riiinjjjnlnt t nied I I In the a iso vi
has quite a chicken farm in the stall 1'iiiiHiIK.. I tin. .1.. .'.'nd..nl".1"-
I big' one and sold its hide. Cecil Pren- =, feel as if life was worth living. thiir .1.'Ii .n.ni. Matilda Dora Fell. MswITe.
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of -
rear the house under the shade of I tis took the Partin alligator to his and in a very short time you will (in, nun.riHldi. ,,HIM, of the Tj'nlt''d.
tl.te heavy foliage. Last fall two incubators I Stalls ala.! that th.r| residential nd-
I house back of his automobile but it see a wonderful change in your drt-ss IH 41; QUIn Vlclurla Street. L.on-
m were used to hasten thuS duh. S \V Knulaiid that said iji-fend-;
condition. It fs
just effective in .
chicks. After selling quite a lot she soon The died stories after of its arrival.alligators being a kIN severe cases of Catarrh as La Grippe ::(:::1"l'h ::1 ;they n-h :lire'thu,v.'r i | | oh r.t..r'.to2l.rn:

.J; still has about five humTierf, Jiesidesher I I valid, r.d till. to the traeta of land
I plentiful around these parts is nottrue Whooping Cough, Colds, Coughs In said hill ..10-81'1'110. d
:, chickens she has fifty\ Indian runner I and Night-Sweats. Our II l I" Ihnioforiordered that the saidiioiirsldiiit
guarantee
but will be
occasionally one defi-tidantii ., .
1 and aro
\ ; ducks ", hih do eX(- '''dingly well. I with and hi'r.'hy >
found They have been about all kill- S goes every can if it does bill of riunmandid: olnafla'.a: ; to the
complaint' nled .e qC"or
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out. Some parts of the county STOCKPLANERS not benefit you, your druggist will before the ttrul. Monday the 4th da?
\\"d refund of AuKimt. A n. 1913. otherwise the
F it is not so thickly settled, they RKSAWS STEAM FEEDS you your money. '(Ilega,"I"","* "' BH11| bill 1 "f complaint

RIGHT ABOUT FACEs I i still exist; but very tew in these parts. MATCHERS SELF KKKD RIP BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO.. dt'femlaniHIt will i.e taken as confessed by the said

/,q'f TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS Buffalo/ N. Y., U. S. A. IH further ordered that this ord<'rHe

: --- | TOOT TOOT. PERKINS' ShINGLE MACHINERY Sold by Kissimmee Drug Ct>. Kissimmee :publlahed: weeks.; .cj'n"the.week Klaslmmue for eight Val-ronsiiullve -

.: IT CANNOT POSSIBLY STAY WITH ENGINES. up .0..0.... SAWMILLS' le'Y liazette.\ a weekly newspaper pub
t;Tr Chauffeur, stop blowing your Florida. lished In the said county and state.
YOU. BOILERS, up to 40 b. LlBkt ..d 11.7 I Hme. and ordered thin It daY of
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II __ horn SAWm'ST! CONVEYORS SLAB CAN1CVORS I May. A, Ii 1913. Witness the Seal, of'
tin
S 1 Just turn right arouml! and fare the The shei'p's, in the meadow, the cow'sin GASOI.INK: ENGINES STEAM SHEllS Mil'III.: OK \ ll >ll IMlIC VIOH said Court J U O'FltSTREET.S!'

. (i mu.lc-beBcUa. rheumatlHm cannot i the corn, LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS I .-'..r Sinai IHx.harite. O F KRI HUH. Clerk of the 1..
j possibly stay with you If y
; Best Blood Medi{ <'1 liu- Iti The horse in hes terror is climbing a DIMMTON SAWS I.. Till': I 01 UT OK t III NTJl Itl.i: rmnplalnanl 82-8',

\ dissolves the arl.l ....... .....
t i cS: Imply uric and tree, \ SAW BITS for all of lest r.iii.t: 4 III. "'1'1''': '
makes the blood pure. puts! Ih. KIIIKIT, NOTICE.
; BHAFTINO I'tJl.I.KYS DOXKSBKLTING
or .
I.l.OItiI)4
Sy ; Into your .y.tem and makes > oti feel 1 Everything gives you the road as you We, the undersigned, agree to clone
1 4 gradr'--.cedlu.c to brat
.. .< All right I can see.- P. H. A.He ID re K.Kitr: i-l \\ him... ". < kunillrr.Nollii our places of business at 12 o'clock,
.'E. You can work like a buzz-saw after LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONUS (noon)
I IK I liinli\ isis "u. I. .aU \\ ho", on Thursdays during the
.'
:; Best Blood Medicine KVERYTIIING FOR TIlE It. .. ,, .
takingTaylor's
intin i .11..0.( Poi on" tin titlf ilav "r months of
June July and August.R. .
5r.!! for awhile, your Joint. will bt limbered Knew SAWMILL .Jan,,mi,I iv. V I I' I litH! I I H tin I 11 I iippl>' I".
C: sip and that .Utl'n..... will disappear I I In iI.i"'otII. T M t .Mniphv, ..InilK. ,.r S. FLOYD
' : Come to our store to-day and xt< Young'Authoress shall I describe Writ for 'uitil "l'i(/ I JIM .1 l'IC' ..r "l-roliate. f". n. TAYLOR

. 'f a bottle and take It You can get 1 the heart of a dejected lover to 554 Frloe (nihnal. till''. nliili'illHilui.Ki...rV' IMIiini IIH A'Intirsleli'zti.rIi. H C'hanilliili ', ,. C. W. GRIFFIN

your money back If you are not sails' .....ttNli It 001! thHl THE WATERS & CARSON
make it appear unutterably sad and i.I i thi* Hitnii* tlitti I. I
:!!;, /led that It has helped you. I, will pi' i'K.'MI lo HHld I '"iIrt ni> thud' atloinitN '- GROCERY CO. .

Pries, 11.00 the bottle. heavy ? ..,,.. C ,, ari ,\.111I1,01..1.1", i ,. i>f Hulii entail DANN & DANN GRO. CO.

: : t tour owu druggist recommends and Mr. Newlywed-Why not -.. I ""jl'I\ask. fur .Choir Mpuroval. C. F. DIBBLE
iaf ,
1 'Iraaruatcra Taylor& ** Best Blood MB
"\\, ':' ft,; < GtD",, ask him. about *1. to one of my wife's biscuits ? 24mo. 6 mu\ VV. Cll NIJJ.Admlnlatrator.." R J.J. I.M.POWERS YATES.


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,FRIDAY, 13, 1913. \ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY 'GAZETTE t FAGE S. {ii' i

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FiBER FACTORY" mittee to your town before taking: any county for, school purposes. Itemized'I;'High School on the second Monday in. !Y\! :!Ii.'fxxi'Jitli'Pt1wi! ! ! \! !Ic!I5'diYtYtY'tift'Jiy! ! ! !Ii tYt'iYt! ! Yifi! ".

definite steps'on the east coast, Would estimates for Sub-Districts Nos, 1, 8, September

,CAN BE] SECURED you. please advise me,at once. 4, 5, and 6 were also received and Messrs., C. Bass and George W, i

1 Very respectfully, filed, and the millage as per the rep I tee to remodel property recently pur-' I i Posterity\ Furniture

FOR KISSIMMEE i HARVEY B. STOUT( JR. quest of the Trustees wasplaced, a.I I Overstreet were appointed a commit-' \ I

follows: For Sub-School District No. |i chased for school purposes in Klssimmee j .

j The Board of Trade took the matterup 1,,three mills; No. 3 at two mills; No'1 and, they were also instructed Ito old furniture like: HiSfi
at its "
meeting Monday night; and THE
4 at 3 miJU; No. I 5 at 3 mills; advertise for bids on the Methodist I

IF PROPER EFFORTS PUT FORTH instructed the secretary to at once at three mills. parsonage; all bids to be sealed, f i I Ii grandfathers '
communicate :
i with Mr. Stout telling Nt
I The Board then proceeded to set the marked "bids" and addressed to W. C. i 3 3Ii
him I' x !
that the conditions of his company i is seldom found
salary of teachers for the e luinfyears Bass chairman, to be mailed to him J bought
CO tMITTEE' WESTERN CAPITALISTS could and would be met J pfoyided not later than "'Wednesday, July 7, [
they located here nowadays.The
WILL BE 1913. .
HERE IN [
I
School No.1
Kissimmee High ,
SHORT TIME TO LOOK II I I Messrs. Bass and Overstreet were [ old-fashoned in-
Principal $200 per month; first assistant fi
also directed to such shade
pfant out
OVER FIELD : principal $85.00 per month; I [fi
Proceedings of
second assistant principal, $75.00; .I.trees as they thought necessary on Jthe egrity. and solidness) of I ;
property of the. Kiasimmee High i
The Valley Gazette few weeks : Tenth Grade, $70.00; Ninth Grade, '
a School No. 1. construction is almost
the School Board j
ago, contained an article telling of $70.00; Eighth Grade, $65.00; Sev- Messrs. W. J. Sears and W. C Bass
three gentlemen fro'm Indiana who enth Grade A, $65.00; B, $65.00; j entirely
$65.001' were appointed a committee to make i gone.
would visit Florida looking for a site Sixth Grade, A, $6500 B, ; such and i

to locate a fiber factory and that Or Kissimmee, Fa., June 9, 1913. Fifth Grade, A, $65.00, B, $65.00; changes necessary in the school arrangements building at St.. I. Time was when the '

Derbyshire, who moved to Kissimmce The Board of Public Instruction met Fourth Grade A, $6500 B, $65.00; ;, 1.V

fromthe Hoosier State, had telegraphed in regular ,session, there being present Third Grade, $6.00; Second Grade, A, Cloud There as they thought further necessary.business the i fi furnitnre of the fathers !Hi '

them to come here before definitely W C. Bass. Chairman, Gco. W. Over- $1(>5.00, B, $50b0: ) ; First Grade principal I being no j descended s
Board adjourned until the next to the children xx
regu j
deciding upon a place. The following street and W. W. Chandler also W. $7500, A, $5000 B, 4500. I .
tar
J. Sears Superintendent.. School No 2 $40.00 No 3, $40.00 'i meeting.W. j and thence !x .
,
letter will explain the status of the ; ; C. BASS Chairman.W. to the grand- t :

matter at the present time: Minutes of the last meeting were No.4, $45.00; No.5, $40.00; No.7?: J. SEARS' Superintendent. J
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Indianapolis, June 2, 1911 bead and approved. I $50.00; $5.00 to be paid out of sub- ( :t; children.

Board of Trade 'Kmsimmee, Fla, S. L. Lupfei. County Treasurer, reported district fund; No 9, $45.00; No. 10, I I

Gentlemen : Replying to the telegraphic as. follows: I $40.00; No. 12, $50.00, $10.00 to be' PRESSING CLUBCHANGES \x That was what we : )

request of your Ir I Derbyshire To the Honorable Board of Public In-I paid out of sub-district fund; No 13.1 I x call "Posterity" furniture.

, : struction in and for Osceola : principal, $90.00, $65.00 to be paid out I HANDSBUTLER j :

Today the commttee of which I was I herewith tender my report as of general fund $25.0 Oout of sub-I j 1 L' '' It is the kind of furniture '

a member, returned from a three Treasurer of Osceolu county for the district fund; assistant principal i

weeks' trip along the east coast and month of May, A. D. 1913. $r>0,00, $10.00 to be {/aid out of sub-I AND IVEY PURCHASE j we I :

we have some excellent location . ch;,.t'av. .. 1100' Pet. 'Ion.I. district fund; No. 14, $40.00; No NUWAY PRESSING CLUB
very bats. "" Irnnl lost, report X(109.29'I I II able
sites offered us, any one of which )'u .unl reed' 1Comet.. I 0 $40.00; No. 16, principal $80.00, \\$10.00 I FROM! ADAMS AND selldepend:1:1:
T 1'o. 'aX"H. F..h H'dmp..JIt" .
to be paid out of sub-district fund;
would be satisfactory to our company. H.llI1p' 1:146.17 GARDNER.On :. x iture
new
We intend, however, to send the same To mill tnlt t ed Inn' ('?unp( I assistant principal) $60; .00, $10.00 to :
H' tout' i "X 590! / 1 III
committee, or at least a representative ,._'!;" "mll'.1 fl. "III IC: Isxlnnne' he paid out of sub-district fund and and design. !Ii ':.
1.115 lab "-I UI5 pulls r,2232r.I -iix teachers in the grades at a salary Monday of this week KennethP b
of the committee, !hack to Florida in !
about two weeks, when we will close ... ;&'I .. 51 I I II of $r>'>.00 .eaih $10.00 each to be Butler and R. L. Ivey purchasedthe We have bed room ')
I: "IIH ilK' !1434
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paid out of sub-district. fund; No. 18, business. of the Nuway PressingClub .
the deal for our factory site. However -
we do not want to overlook anything I I.1.:.uh-.chuol I I... u' . U''rh"' 1o.. .I. 1.724.1. H'I; $4": OO)(), $">00 to be paid out of sub- from Ike Adams and Guy Gard- Jwv suits, chairs and rockers, iiI i iIi

'1' n,1: I./xl, 66153: district fund; No. 19. $4500, $5.00 to and in the
that might he of possible. advantage :" ii 'nu --poll ner, future the businesswill
.. tables in short
1') 1nN .1 IIni12' "I'nmt 12n:1:1:' : : --- a complete -
to us, and t !before. we close for ,-.- -- lie paid out of sub-district! fund. be under the direct supervision. 6fMr r 1

our location we will send our rinl- .... "I l s.u ,i.t., '" l I'" l 11,1( 1703 3"': 92L' 22 :-0. :20, piiiuipal) > $4r>.00, and three I\'ey. I line of the best I

mittee to your iity if it would be possible teachers at $:tr,.(00() each; No. 21 $40.00; lioth Mi Butler and Mr. Ivey are 1 1"posterity"
101": 1.3\:\ 722el..ehuol
to find the conditions which we .. 1/1.l rlrlu.. ::. :N'o: :23:! $4">.00, $fi.tHl to be paid out of well known to our people and are regarded goods.
'1'.. nol: I ,,, Inxl ''ll 2":1: H I
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must of necessity. demand! ill your 'III' '1'.1. ,i..1. I, un. 'lea s I'o" .1) subdistiut fund; N'o :28, principul { as among our most successful '
<'alit>' first and {foremost, wi must 322:\ :, I ; *!''O() 00,. $2ri: ,00 to lit paid l,l out of sub- I j jdistiut young l business men While the Nu- :* i --b -

have a 'al'tll'al1y inexhaustible sup -" 'J "" fund and assistant, principal way already has an {extensive patronage x! ; k W1FGt '.

]II I\ of ,iasil\ u<.<.<.,siliU', saw .pilmttto. I : 1. .1 5. .", ,"",l-.e ,p..I, 11x1. :II\ .!1' :*;:",000.t) ( ( :$! ) 0.00 to In )paid out of svibdistiut in the' line of cleaning and pressing !f; Osceola !Hi

This 1 .palmetto must In tin kind. thatis I 1.1"...I ." n.1 \ I fu".lcll"tlll'l i fund:0; :: 2't'! clothes .is well as the agency for x! ; q !HiHi .
III.I riI12.:1.: .
piolitn< in la'g"i loots wmh) jiow ',I. .I.I I".I.-.h..1.."., ,.<.t, ''','' I'.,,., I.l I' :MO ((10; :No: :!;i. $1 l\,00. $.r>00 to be paid! the White Star I l.avjndrj' at Tampa I it x 5.,
above tin. Stioiull ', must l'.. ., ', I, . t,, d. I IIU.r, 'I'x out of sub. -lii-tni.t fund; No. 40, $:ifi 00)(), i is tin intention of the new. ownersto Hardware :
|ground. } \M '..lI, I.' L. ,. ,:. !f; !
hove 11 factory siU of not l It...s tli inllc $:> (OO) to he paid out of sub-district make it one of the leading businesses !

a<.""- on :.1 mil .in.id su itch and mi I I'' '01 's ."," ... p. I Ih'' I 1775'. 1.:1I" \:I II fund ; :No: 41',. :''MOIH!: ( ), and No 4/'!), of Kissimmee, and to that end! Company
<:; 1i( onI will tinploj nothing I hot skilled workmen I I J'
f, "nl. (Oui 1 is to lIg'ht'ra" ,, ,
water \ plant I:.. : ." I I1,'J !fi 1yt ,
much of our law matciial as, ]p.e-. '..I h ....1..1. 1)1..(rI..1 ,o. I. The I follow mi; teachers wore up- and will make a specialty of ; Kissimmee _,_ _,_ _,_ Floridayt ,
'1'l. I.... Ilona I I. t I..I'' I 1441 41;I !
sible to our own wharf anil if road '11. ..ui.. ...n.l. I. ', iv ,,1 19.12, '1'.15full. point 'd ill the Klssimmee,,, HighS promptly, calling for and delivering all .

Oiditiins\ tae. good'< wi will in:,lull ,. t..1' .' 1 1:1".2'. : : ( hoolPmC. clothes and---laundry.--- I lErl!; iiY1Yl! Yi Yi!fiYifiYifi! !IififiYififififili! ! ! !fi! 1!fifififi!: t

two 01' moit auto tiuiks, to. )bring in .. 14h' 33 K :M' )Kvans.; :1J1ss' Alnt( naI.11111(1 \.3ur
In p '.I Is .n ,laid as 'p.1' IIx' I 1543I ( LAVION-) C1hSIIOLMVEDDING! ;
the law maUiiul to the fmtoiv" TIlt'I i .1 I <1'. I.'ail nii and :Miss' lara .

switch of romM. is necessary (that : .1 I nn I.II; 1 7" I .'din'till,i. I For the giadi..v as follows: Charles James Clayton and Miss r T If
>
.ub-.drool 1I1..r' \n. :'c.T"
we nia\ hip. out\ our /tinistuil" product. I: t I. um" (,,,, ,1'p"II II77 Miss:' \lliina Smith, :Miss' Emma 1 utih, Hosc'llo Mae: (hisholm were united in

r wbuh is piimanl' the finished l Inush '1'o.. ..In,1,,11..rl.'I.I-Iar.x.1"\ fl 1011I Tit' I l' 4n :Miss' ( 1"0 l \\ooldiidjjo' :Miss JanieI'aiiixh marriage at the bnde's home on Hninutt J

and tin (fiber\ and s,'(*on :: '" / >
pl'oduct| i \\ I"d\ aii't.itimc' 110'1. Mimlr- I., ,1..., :.. .. .. .",,, ., I" \' I.:: I, ( subjiit to appio\al of principal] ) ; p. m. HA.. :\1. (hisholm, officiating / raf

a exa l ,' i ,11.,1.: \ ,," ::11 l 26: i| :Miss' Hauntihox.' :Miss IoniseI Duung I ) and after t tin oeI 1 "mo'ivweet r ,

t to deal ixlinsi\el\ ill tin pal s I I. I.I'I'hi I I I:I! 'n 7 I 1'1':1".: 'I'hoinason. III! ,. }: lay Clayton, :'III"1.: nnu,it11.. rendered i 1 h" '.1 lis. Jack C1L lr'i&v 'v
\\'...", .ll.,"I I. 'III I1 I ,. "II III. of fI'I'I 1 ". M t.
nut. Ix'i'r>'. \ "lun.'I I. (. and.,,I an,.. .1.I III np'| II H. ,Snlon '''I'. I'M.m. :\Ii" ( lai.i Stuti, :MissMidoia 11

1ft these conditions can bi nut, wi : Kussell, :Miss, Emma. Lowell, It was, a quiet home' wedding, lIar',1, % JIE ,1 1 1l i

would becrj glad l to send our torn I HIli: ,S.I. applu\I| , mil. 'IIIIIIIH. I
I .xn"I ." f.\I1"" .. | :Miss" Cecelia( h..t".t( ) i !Miss JustinaSarfoid being present only relatives and a

\\. .I "S. .ux Hill Hllpl t I"'" un I fin "d,.,. T", house' was tastefully I
\\ i i II;.IN* :M II I I' I 41212 dccoiated with fens and flowers. r/ ,
What animal.is suggested when 1(1., ,, \V' n\ r-Ktu" .1.I M II ,l' I 41212' N'o 2, Miss, Rhoda Lucas.
\\' \\ 4 luilKllMM' H 1', 1 _ 2IMJHMinn " The couple left at 7:15: for Jackson-
your appetite. suggests pork 14. I. I..ph.r.. C'.m.. Treas. __ ._ i' No. 3, !Miss! MaUd Thomason.No. .
r. l'j. Maine, iinlarvttndior ville and other points, but will return
na
chops? school No Id .- SO onProf : 4, Alias Bessie Lawson. soon to make their home in Kissim- (,

I t*.. school N' ."atncii No. .J6 aalaryliiiolcl .J 1- Bo.60 No. i H. Miss Bessie Hodges i mee. A host of friends wish them p ?- 7 f ..' \. .

I Mrs UiUra school LPG No:. 16' salaryteacher --.,.__ 60.00 No. 12, Mrs. Obed Mitzel.' much happiness. I .ea l ray % -.1; '' i.a.2
MIK I.n''liiMvmoil. .mihirvI No. 11, Prof. A. R. Morrow Miss
.,, Hclllllll :\; 14 rOIIO
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611hLdl, ll.I"I Illiollttll H.ll.II V I Lena Pcauo, assistant. life is made up of .continual striv- '' I
., In I ,,1,1, ., 1 \n; : 14; 5I,''I I"' I .. .{
I. I , j No I 14, !Miss Leslie Hayij i InJ.r-h. who makes no attempt to do "
\I.,-,., 1.1111. I IlI.,. Hiilai I II
t t. ... In, 1 H. haul 1 ;Nil: H; r.." """ j I No ]Id;. :Miss ('"ia I J.. Maine, princiI never gets anj'whole'MEN'S. I k
I III., ",il 11\ i sa lal' Start Little---Gro Big
\II-t i i i
t. ". I I", i x', hunl :N" 1 Id Sit "'" I I'I'1. pal ; c. :\1. ('arlll'' assistant! and the :
MW-! I.'xxb" Milt ,. .ala" ,,, I following t..udwr..1: : i s Iris Oliver, .. '.
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I" (2n
I I. I.' In I 1,1 I :Nil II I .
\II" /in SH" well n..11 lam.\ I :Miss Jean Thomas I Miss I leda Doo- ,
.. I h. .., Innl No 21 4<"l mi I ----fi-- 1 I';
t. i
little. :Miss Lilhe Dal..lr.: ... Atwood.
1'1", K .1.| m. I 1'10' I kiiiHim. K.il.u x I| i..
1. .,. In l M"hurl. No I IJ ft". 22. I I No 19\>. Miss Lelia RopeiNo HotWeatherSuits I, '
Mis ItixHii, Hoily.:K HiliirNt HE NICKELS and dimes saved into dollars and.
soon
u. h.I, 11 haul. No. IV n..miIHI :20(), L. L. Jordan and the following WHEN PURCHASING YOUR grow as ;

"|I'la :No;hiss:1:I 'n """"II. Hv S' :,2 1 4" t'al'herst.: )K Jamison, MOHAIR SUIT' lime wears on, with your money making money all fear of ';

.1 I I. I"Mill Hi. Jimlliil aolk S S "Juamta Thompson, Peayl l Johnson
SST I'| :No; I JIO'I Be Sure It's Genuine adversity or sudden misfortune will be dispelled and contentment j.
|1""st i loud Till.inn.. inlntlliK S "< No. :28, James I" Hawthorne, principal a ,
, Porcupine! I I'0:; I 32" Mrs. J. II Steffee, assistant. and happiness reign supreme :
I It I II.'\\' Ihnwu, Ml ,lees, I IfiOII '
1,10. \\ IlllHK iHllI,r H,1"0Nn\ 1 4 OO No. 29, Miss Ola Campbell M
i IHI i.nIn Ililw I'o HilppHiNI I J
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hunt. No I 3 7(1i.in ( No. 15, Mr. Thomas J. Little. .
2 .i id fuml, mil tiadiir, _ S, No. 40, Mfleta! Johnson.No. It r j
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WE SUGGESTWhen :S; II Ni.; 1 lYx lBydlt '
: i ,1 uela1 i land.\ sal! t"'h'r s 49, Miss Katherine Shadoan. _. _,_ I We pay 3 /, interest on yourdeposits .
S |Ir Nu 2 0lO(
2.,.ueral I luiiil nil tiahivr S. Miss. Nannie Reese was reappointed h4h beginning the ,
for Pork you pine, 165.'00i >
S 11 :No; ::1
I .h.ni al I I'uud,, sal l.ildur S I I as instructor of music in the Kis- ? moment they're made.
11,4' I :; 117 "0 and Mrs.
High school
; here simmee Cook
I
That come right Lock fur this
you \\ .1 I "S 1..aI j.wld.I". 3 mos 6000 Look for this Silk
\ I 1 I. I K U o.. frt.,iKht, He 111No I was given the position of instructorof Mump on cloth Label:: at Collar *
and I .C II l I H 58 BO '
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And get in Line. ( 'tn/iiiH Hank Inl 4 mos t.33.1I i I elocution in said school.

l I 1\1. D Tindall having resigned astiustee rrd STATE' ] BANK OF ;

Th"I Board then proceeded to makean in and for sub-district No.2. i invertc"All /

Itemized estimate of expenditures Mr. M. L. Tind>jll was appointed to

We will serve yon just for the year beginning July I, 1913, I (fill out his unexpired term. KISSIMMEE

and ending June :JO, 1914!) one copy of W. W. Chandler was requested to others are imitations"Prkslleys ,

As quick as we can, which was filed in the office of the I communicate with the trustees in and "Craoenette" Mohairs are -- 4 f

ountj Superintendent<< and the Sup-I I for sub-district No. ;3 in regard to guaranteed" to give entire satisfaction

And you'll find everything : erinteneient was instructed. to file then I Algcr .school No.5, and if necessary Cool Comfortable Dressy. Capital $$50.000 s

-I. other in the office of the Clerk of the i I was. requested to meet with said trustees We show them in a vtactf of tty\a\
Spick and span. Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00
: Circuit, Court in and for Osceola I II j and make all\ arrangements neces- KA TZ'S ;, I
I' Officers and Directors
I county After making out the estimate sary for establishing a school at Al- 1

the Board decided that it wouldbe ger for the ensuing term Suit mad by C. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice Prest. : !

SAM STORY necessary to ask for seven mills Sup Sears was instructed to open HAMBURGER BROS. & CO. M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest. v !

for the (>ensuing school year, and theCounty all country schools on the first Mon- York Md. ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier
PROPRlhrOltRULL ( Commissioners were therefore day in August and the teem of same I N.w i B4O Broadwaywho
I arc ptoneen in making these wits and : f
BASS MARKET requested] to make a levy of seenmills vas placed at five months. He was "KNOW HOW fI

--4 I on the taxahle property of the also instructed to open the Kissimmee .
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.. Tie Kissimmee N'// I cational conditions all over the United F' 7 ". .. .
; Valley Gazette Jfc '
States Mrs. Stevenson' work in the '
'ITHE( NATION'S CAPITAL[ I l-
I. voting districts of New York and San ..Some. .
PUBLISHED BVBRr FRIDAT. OFFICE IN VALLEY OAZ1tiTTE BCILDIMO.KI8S1MMEB. ; ;
t Franslsco her to the .
S OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDAI .-, J'[ first opened eyes . "

f'' ,/ -. .-. ....: (By WINFIELD JONES) i political needs of women. She (is a

W. B. HARRIS ." .. .. Own r member of.the International Congress .1''

I: S. J. TRIPLET .. .. .. I - l Edito""nd Manager Washington, D. C., June 9,-M. D. ;i of,, Hygiene. New ArrivalsLadies 1 :

:._ has been
Hardy appointed postmaster I :
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? SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy one year ---_._______..........It.60 at Pompano Palm Beach viceC. kr
On. copy, ft xmonth. ___'___ ___ .71.un. copy. three month., ..._.__ ,49 county, Senator Sheppard of Texas, has introduced -:
) E. Spier, resigned. Irene Chewing I rI
.investigation
bill authorizing an / -
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w ll\] All communications, except from 'oufL-aulhorl..4.corre.pondenl., must b. has been appointed postmaster ..)
Ig-nvd by the writer. o I by the Secretary of Agriculture 1 I !.
unless. called for. Jena, Lafayette county, vice L E.
: Rejected_matter.will not returned. ___ to develop a cotton gin compressthat

.. .. Cralk resigned. may be constructed at a price
Entered at the Postofflce In KUslmmee riorlda.a afcond-cla mall matter
i .. , .. Buck Five. button Oxfords :
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{ o! -:; .-"- -- -- ;: -' = '- ':-c--: within the 'reach of individuals and organizations .
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W G. Brown, of Lake City, candidate I I : ,
\1 FRIDAY JUNE 13 1913. of and '.
average means,
., -,_.-- --., '-. . --, .. for the postmastership at that ito' encourage the use thereof. Short Vamp, High Wide Toe. Si. .1

i city, was in Washington today __ ',I
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: FOR ONCE THE PEOPLE WONt I : :- ; 1I
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Senator Fletcher has to
Former Senator Wi G. Milton of presented I We have the above styles in !

1 .' The only real important measure that passed both houses of the legislature :Marianna, passed through Washington I the Senate a memorial of the Central ,
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.. ,| Trades and J Luboi' Assembly of 'Tampa -
both white black in all
today on his way back from New ana ,
and received the approval of the Governor wa the bill introduced by I FloriiJ.@. "remonstrating against the
York, where he went on business.

t :' Representative Edwin: Spencer of Marion county and winch is known as the Senator :Milton has a daughter attending j I importation of cigars free of duty sizes 2 to 7B to C wide

from the Islands. It
'' long and short haul \bill,/ A 1 better explanation of this law cannot be given school here and stopped off to see referred Philippine was ,
'f her. to the Committee on Finance!

I"" than to quote an interview I with Mr. Spencer published. in the Tampa Times : rEE OUR WINDOW '"f

I 'It would seem stian ;c lo many people who (Jiave not informed themselves lion. E G Baxter, of Gainesville, I Representative Spuikman has 1 pie- '
sented to the House a petition of business .

f upon this question that ouch a bill would be necessary, for :it t certainly) formerly rietcher, private was here secretary today to appearing Senator men of the I lust Congressional. I I
{
l seems strange that a railroad, company should charge more for freight from before the General Land Office in be- district of I Florida, favoring the passage .t ,

Jacksonville to Tallahassee than it docs from Jacksonville to Pensacola. or half of his clients of legislation compelling concerns

that it should charge more from Jacksonville to Ocala than it does from selling goods direct to the consumer Dution) Harris Co.

I {j Jacksonville to Tampa yet this is (he case Judge J. F. C. Griggs, of Apalachicola by mail to contribute then portion of < ) i iI

the funds for the development of the
"As result of this discrimination in favor of the interior was today presented to President"Wilson
a seapoit towns r by Senator Fletcher local community and State. Bring Your Feet to Us to Be Fitted j

of the State of f Florida has long been at the mercy of the railroad companies. Theyul'g..d I,
the President to appoint N. J. i, .
'' "The argument of the railroad companies has always been that it is necessary Lilian], of Pensacola, as Public To open the doors of the !House- I :
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?I; to lower t the rate to the seaport city in order to meet water competition, 1'nntvi :Mi, Uiiggs is the first candidate District of Columbia Committee so
*. mat there can be no executive session ;'online't the bank will
,
; get a
but a close examination of the rates from Jacksonville to Tampa and from in the field for U S. Marshal of : LABOR savings
at J time, and also to make it impossible
< ny 1 account ; the real estate\ agent will
Jacksonville to Ocala will disclose the fact that that is certainly the Northern: District, to succeed Marshal t
argument
for
4 lobbyists to appear before sell thousands I of lots and the rail.
:McOourm, who still has about i
a
not logically carried out since on many articles the rate is much lower from the committee without announcing the noels| will, get excursionists to many
year to serveIt I V hen wishes
to vaunt
Jacksonville to Tampa than from Jacksonville to Ocala and on others higher., details of their employment Representative a comtminitv 1C i "sol t *

L'Engle, a member of the itself above its nails, mid the casion I '1'es' 1'111" ..leaseabove bare '0j
rotwithstandmg water competition on all articles. is possible that Pensacola will tin want
1 blows horn and
it its ecu-s
,committee will introduce I arises .
"Not long ago I was discussing the establishing of a factory for Ocala /lt a great navy floating dry dock the, two resolutions loudly : ''So much capital fiom abroad" will make business hum and thrive.. ''I,
which the at first meeting;. The I laborer and
Navy Department is j wal'e.t'arner( is pro-
contemplating -
with interested parties. who were thinking of spending some money there, ;I has planted itself in out midst"
having built in the near Representative L'Engle is understood v i'I i biallv, gencrernsMis .
As soon as they examined the freight rates, however, and found they could i The more the amount goes into the
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future. In view of the expensive ex- to have made a part his (cam |I weekly] earning are gladly put
thousands 01 millions, the greater! is
1 secure a much better rate over the Seaboard or Coast Line from Tampa pciience of the Navy with the dry paign on a promise to do what he into the channels of trade
the rejocuigThe .
v than Ocala they immediately declined clock at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, which could to abolish .executive meetings | It ,is such a boon to any communitythat
I I I I newspapers, show thefacts in
"As an illustration of this unjust discrimination the rate on first class recently .collapsed floating docks are lof the .committees in Congress, using{ '' /great scare-heads. even capital, wanes before the im-- ;

receiving more consideration at the as one argument that he could find fioitance-; of a ,contented\ well requited ':
freight per hundred pounds is as follows : The I reporters get mtciviews horn
hands of the Navy Department, and nothing in the Constitution to authorize labor element! that .constitutes the
"From 50c. I. I the investing capitalist
Jacksonville to Tampa i
the !subject has come up in connection I : them. lacklone. of the business trade of a
Thecommercial l bodies, ; icsolutions
'pass
"From Jacksonville to Ocala. 62c. I with improvements at the naval station : In talking over the matter today and acclaim' then share in the, city

r "From Jacksonville to u sburg. 68c, etc Guantanimo, Cuba. ,i !Mr 1 L'Engle said he learned that inducement of capital in the most ,..If- Thl'I :iiKument' is often made that if

"On second class freight : It is! not expected however, that I i i Thomas I Jefferson had also objected 'flattering ulogisiie lei ins labor' is paid' hlglwr. theman who

3 "From Jacksonville to Tampa, 43c. I Guantanamo will receive much attention . to secret sessions, and on the wholehe Thecapital and the" capitalist ailive '. builds 01 1 eoiisiiutts I pavs the in..r..ase.

as a naval base the ] Thai I is hue. }hut it back
during presentj : believed it only fair that thepeo comes to
und the ', theskvseiapei
t "From Jacksonville to Ocala, 5& communitv( seeing
,\ I j administration, it being more likely ,, pie's business should be transacted in ; ', and the' business "lIt.I", i iprises fulfill I stimulate- the. business of the
"On third class |
M S freight : that what is expended in the way of''' the open. It is probable that he will evolve, gets big with, nadirs 1 ) ,),', himself,

"From Jacksonville to Tampa. 34c yard i' !pompous Th I ,. ictailei.
b I navy development will be applied 'be supported warmly Representa-- I! pride, and points with almost arro (fets mole 'u"tom-the

:' "From Jacksonville to Ocala, 50c. : to the stations in the Southern I j jI tive Walters. of Pennsylvania, the one ganectu the supenur) adxantavre-' bank gels mm" de 'posits the builders

\ I "On flour the rates : I I I States member of the progressive. party on i itself above all otheis get moic' contrails loans will I

Therefore, if a floating dry dock i isI the District Committee The Bull I This all I'a'li'1tailsr
i "From Jacksonville to Tampa is tic per barrel. is good
I IJ built for use in time of emergency at :Noose House platform contained a . 1 is an asset t the mont important
Nothing could I be more upbuilding
"From
Ocala is 29c
Jacksonville to barrel
J per II I Guantanamo, it will be kept regularlyat plank for open (committee meetings and elesirablej -. business lI s1 t te> any cityA

k' "Ocala is used as an illustration simply because of the fact that Ocala the navy yard at Pensacola, Fla,, :Mr L'Fngle's resolution to take I j I But it seems to mi" while these, luniniuniu' that |I' based on well- | ,

i: 1 is about halfway between Jacksonville and Tampa. I whence it could be transferred to the the hinges off the committee doors is |i i I things come to pass. that vve aretoo paid J tats is alwa\s the most piosr

.' : "One-half million people will be affected by the provisions of this bill. ('Cuban station when needed; or possibly a short and simple one, providing I I: often so inflated with Impoitanec"' that pe-ious and piogressicommunity( .

y I'' I and I predict that while it may take several years for the railroad commission 1 I i it would be based at New Or1 merely that all newspaper! men who j the laborer in our midst "is lost in the- Build on the ground lieel'rock of

leans, in which deterioration of the well paid labor and will build
I you
are granted the privilege of the shuffle
II to satisfactorily adjust these rates (that the interior sections of the state will 1 | metal structure would Capitol I well and
r progress more press gallery !shall also have the I His lot and, ] welfaieaic' not giver n pe-imancnllv Dixie'

( ultimately cease to be discriminated against and a town in the interior will, ) slowly] than in salt water. privilege of "reporting all proceedingsof the study and attention they deserve, .. -- .- .- --
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; ,' J'' have as much chance to town the The special naval board held 1'BI'I'FS'I': i :
grow as a on seacoast. a con this committee and shall have at I 1 1)rd) you ever stop to think my' good(

,. 'f Yi YiI' I Terence this afternoon with Secretary all times access to this .committee citizen friend, that the labor in a community The offering at the Pastime theater

STORY 01A SHIRTWAIST Daniels before starting on its tour of when (the committee is considering i should receive\ the "solid brain ;Monday
VETOED ON THE evening ly the Sylvia Sum
of
{ inspection Southern
yards. "
navy public business. thoughts of the public bodies: and the '
mers ( o. is the
.1 one big playlet in their
This board received instructions

f :., VERY LAST DAY, This is a, true story. time ago to make' a thorough Inspec-some The antilobby.resolution. follows community of consideration at large in the same degree repertoire which they hold as the best
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: A week Representative L'Engle's Florida aft given conspicuously ever offered in
pro- vaudeville "TheTest"was
ago a new family moved tion of the Pensacola and New Orleans ,
to,
into gram. .He conducted an anti-lobbying capitalistic enchantment written for this
a strange town. A few eveningslater :yards and recommend whatever im- company exclusively
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'. GOVERNOR VETOES SEMINOLERESERVATION one of the neighbors called on provements are campaign down there, it is told sev- by one> of America's best au-

the/ new arrivals. I necessary. eral years before the present line 'of' The wage-earner "of any city is lhbackbone e there and offers a chance for each '
ACT LAST Navy officials declared today that }
of
the real
"Where did questions were put up' to the UnitedStates tradeof thacity' ( me'ml.e r of the
you ever get such apretty I with the opening of the Panama : "rust to try themselvesIheie .
DAY OF SESSION. '
waist" asked the caller gush Senate, in an effort to find out is not one. lag( or dull in
s I ; canal the New Orleans spot
navy yard and I .
1'hr'huusandvufieuul.t, ,
I whether 01 not thereaic I ,,ie. chieery it The I
mglv I the Pensacola any lobbyists story "is take n hum one of the
n yard will become the
:i "I Down> in Washington vitals of a community rue, pa, ,' lIo-t, t
at your general store here, umpintait' topic of the witha
I Like a thunuernolt from a clear sky I(1. I most important naval stations on the tic('ally dependent' on the day,
wage 11111.1'
1' the replied! the newceimer. "Why ?" Atlantic i seaboard The resolution which hi- will introduce 01111'1"1' plot an intense' interest
came news over the wire-. Is theprice The special board and laborc
P |'I "I 1 diein 1.10"uch a waist could be ,includes at the first committee meeting! \\hnli hold the, au.beuci,, in breathless
of Hear Admiral
such not too John R Edwards This I .
power great J tin' minim, affects dinitlv tin ,
,
bought in the town fact I provides i' itancv' mil
-in didn't : xpi/ ; intie when the stroke of a pen from one president; Capt Robert Evans, bunker the wholesaler tin. -Moon .
the know Jones kept shirtwai'ts at all1! ,Naval: Constructor W (I. "That no person shall 'g 1'i-e It appeals to the ladies es
man changes destiny of (the hundred Dubose, and IIpp -ar ,Intel'c-sjs, the height I cailieis all I
souls iScve-ial I tones I havewanted a waist ''CI\'II( Engipeti! Parsons. fore the (committee on the District 1.1 peas |)) ;and i r a |ploy which should
these, with (the labuiii .
In
1/1,1/ I I bark 'I" ,
M in a hurry but I tile-el .e e "n I
Iy'
Seventy-five' years ago/ an officer'of I'j never buying it Rear Admiral Sanford chief of thei Columbia in advance of or in opposition ground the .nut picidiiici; of tin. 1.1. iery mini: and woman who

: r the Fourth Artillery l'iote ill a at home'--J supposed" I had to send to ;i bureau of yards and docks, has made to any matter befog the comnuttee wealth of the community' 'alt appn' ''' ''nutr, an' artistic piece' of
Chicago for it'! niok'
Oiarleston paper: "('an any (him I |Ian adverse report on rebuilding the unless !such person has bc-<.iKianted \ 'I'be- d..fudilln florin I this _
Ibis] I I pi" i INI' r "is. 'I,lie. .
i is tiuc ,
tian in this republic, pray for the continuance I a story' and it demonstrates Peal 1 Harbor dry dock. He favors it permission to appeal I.l \' a I that the higher( I the wages of lobo n "is 'Int a i 1III"t( ive1 line. aiilir.ii
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p of blessings when hi is aboutto : trade that tbeclevelopin,'nt of home is reported a new diy dock on the majority voLe of the committee.- on his (sun 1 be, maintained, the( . belli" i nil,I t hiintiie '. , |nke a i pistol. shot. or any tirnev"
is a simple I matter and that I n"m ''d'a
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arrest from the unhappv Seminole: Pacific and another new one either atPensacola application to the committee, ill which (immunity will her i- 'light up to the
'I si ve-ial, parties are tej blame for its application he shall j 1'1/1.' / ;aid, the, man. of thele.inp
all that the (treat Spirit ever conferred I or New Orleans set forth in wl'lt.1 No of ] ige mint
peimancncy g-1I"d l turns i anbittei ,
upon horn'"T! I thought vva delay I i i _____ i ing his name, place of residence, en'. be. 'on""I'\"d i than an ) I' in\ \\I-It, to unpicss on the pat-
"I'"td
most pertinent in those old days, w he"ichanty In this case the first person to blamewas iI'derst're issued today by the upation, the lIam of theprson' linn, I I01' adjustnu of the \\11g--'allll'I'c i |'- dull| '" ,I 0"1 dint tin- "T.t"] is far superior
the
huuse w'if.. !1'ostoflice to "m" .\ thing .
J Department association \< r I'for.,
and justice and the uplift of directing the corporation or inteiesthe so hi' have offered in
pry it
tan
I as Luge
'
f the oppressed' had not gained living
hone home for expense 1I / I' .. 'b.,.. , .
things because .
f Today when the. pulse th..yW'I' Beach, lofida, to commence I if any, and whthe en not he.. 1 ,cannot '11'\ (. did and I "d h n :i ii has elsewhere
'never will I
y of the entire world beats for abetter, -, not caiiird" at home whereas. ifthey August I 1st, with\ three camels and i- icgularly or spe-eially emplov'c.d ; I nnile i.stand how horse, -! "I'I'I ii i i. 'p'' m II I. pJay"| It will antI

merit of conditions, what welt not earned at home', it was ore substitute Inanimations: are I and that this committe-e- 11"I' i om' I II.1 'I'" llll '10" peat it. and if '
must we may | nuns I.nun- you ar
becauseshe. .. ian see i ilh""i thall,:, Ili.,
think of a /governor s veto, to .1 just sent savoy fen them expected to be held soon to select, car i, the application to be suoin 10.1'.qulr"l po' I it I ion,. ",;mh i 10 e all| | ,,1. "... or a6.. ,0111\---,''_,,

and humane I.ill--a bill ingeel and I I' That they were, carried at borne' wad i lers I If skilled I 'Itlal.' s' 1',1' , ,I" si.e I this one. I l'eaiui
onlv because of every wage earner" ',\ .,vbasel
the
for } dealei's faith in --- I I HUt IIK01' '' I'''" ,l iI! wit In
plead by the best citizenship i/f I !IIOMK: 101// the. two clnllai, shown making a
the or two dollar| |
,I community. en the pieseMiee. in the. The St. Augustine Chamber of Com- "10''iIIiIIi'
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"' foi .
our countryThis I -- I :aIa.half-"I', scale. I I' i ni mi'" Pictures at
I day .
: :. community of people who believe in mc-ice is to have a new secretary. lie A uln.hi u I- justa t 'n" ,,,,. '
bill passed by both Douse- and I I lady received a 'reply from a ban living, wilh no | ?i in:mi'( :at H. Prices for
I + community development! is. .I.J Otho Stevenson, of this city, neighbor I "a'll"' m i !loo i .runergenries ''hi on ,, -ion' will
Senate in
of II Florida legislature/ passed I answer to a question, as i , the. community ,del In K)) andO: cents
Another " hi
party at fault was the ;I Ielenler well known throughout the South no ,
and to why she allowed -
r by a body of men who carefullyweighed 'i her chilclicn and ; ,u-fll he'm' ia"y" fiom --
an
Having invested\ his enliipn" m' I'n' ,
sbIrnan
1 capital in other sections as gentleman of { < 'on/ort'
} ,1 the matte of granting lands 1 a her husband to litter up every room standpoint / ational !Meeting( .

1,. -K I -swampy and almost in shirtwaists he- should have gone a great energy and ability. With Mr in her house. The sentiment will find I 1 'J I hee i will i
uninhabitable, little fuither and should have let I I Let the daily wane of skillc, .i| I lahor'; , h.I .A ,i emgitKational meetIII' .
:: yet the best available l refuge for this the Stevenson at the helm of St. Augustine ]lodgment in the heart of home he- raised "1' '" \l ;
1 every to the . Mdidav' /
j. public know I that he had shirtwaists point' h"I. I Ih, n ih lime 15th, at 11 I
frail of i s business affairs the city ought loving in the land ,', 'I" 'I., .,
the person "The
" remnant original ownersof 1 for saleThis -. : mark I.' a good margin left above, bin, ",,' )just l after Sunday school,
(: the Everglade I to forge ahead in its commercial aspirations. of little muddy feet the floor en 1 1' ", ''In I
country, woman had got into tin habit ,, I I upon ean ,, istenci, and the impulse. of I tiiidi, gill. |"II'i pM I.f taking action in re-
: Vetoed the last l be more easily removed than I II I"d' 'lo
on day, against th'better e eif Iniving the be ejuickened the .uillof. 1 |Il'v. W. B. Wither-
I | away from home. She I I :Mrs J.
Otho Stevenson
judgment of a large l body of wife of the stains where the little feet go into the The wag-e'arrwr will I 'l-o'.n ti, lake' | haK, ,.
1 i actually inconvenienced herself not only| t thin of( our congre-,
;::1 i men chosen by the fair state of I Flor away from home because she did to buy I new secretary, is an even more interesting I highways of sin. The prints of the I be- seen in the corner gioeefy of tin I";" .n, on '/Inly the first, 1913! .
I I
"I i ida to represent her best. interests In' I, know not personality than her husband little fingers upon the window cannot places! where his necessities, I h oid,.t ,if the. Sesion oJ
the '
/i,, stuff was at home to buy :Mrs. Stevenson is known in only runepal I . .
i 1
/ this Washington shut out the sunshine
half
the direst hour of the patient I I All there I is, in the development of.j as much as him to fieiUent| but he- will havea 1 i' I I.. IHAFI, r

Seminole, will not the good citizens of home trade is as one of the foremost advocatesof the shadow that darkens the mother'sheart margin to trade with the. other WALTER MOSELEY
these
getting re
G r this liberty two par- woman's suffrage in the. country.. over the one who is but I
loving a tall business
country rally to' tits together/ the buyer and the seller name houses where his, pros A. S. NELSON,
I the cause of these innocent and helpless ,: I She has taken a very prominent part in the coming years, And if Joe ence is never seen.
showing the Clerk
buyer that of Session.
she I
people. Despotic rule does not I(I at home to can buy in the suffrage movement in this finds home a refuge from care and his I lie can pay 1411 installment

,, T as good advantage to herself country, and is considered one of the greatest happiness within on a ,
belong to present day America. In I'' as elsewhere its four lot I NO IK K.

:h that last council and to greater advantage half dozen women who are the real walls he can put his old boots in the His All
great meeting when I to the town pride in his children will induce' immUrx of. the Woodmi -
the.
the red brother meets on equal footing dealer that people can; be showing induced to. leaders of the movement. Mrs. Stevenson I rocking chair and hang his coat on him to buy a piano on the deferred n ,,f America who Modern are interested l

with his white brother is a charter member of theWoman's I the floor any day in the week. And if 'HI '' "
before
"
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At the buy at home if shown that payment plan. "ring' a camp at Kissimmee ..
they ,
..y can National
, throne of the Great Spirit, when each get the same goods for the I Democratic League. !' I stand it and he enjoys it, I cannotsee He will be able to buy better furniture !Kindly rornmunicate with _

[ + IB measured by the light that was money. same She is a native of Sedalia, Mo, and that it is anybody's affair.-Or- and adorn his home with improved I D. R. .
BLENIS.
was educated at the celebrated St.Mary's lando Sentinel.
ti, i given him, how will the scales of It is time for the buyer and sellerto appliances to lighten the toil of
of the Wood Woman's
t' t i Justice swing? get together for mutual benefit and Collegein his wife I IIII.'M,, sin can be> married any time..... ,
i I Indiana. As an active worker in The man who forever """ a .Jliul'ht'r'
r .i u Minnie Moore-Wilion 'for the upbuilding of courts solitude He can buy plants and shrubs ( when she
0" their to can. '
communityand
the National Educational ;
$ v Hot Imperial, New York City. the Associationshe is either very good or very adorn his home and garden.
conservation of "
.' their homes. it familiar with suffrage and edu- wicked. One an, handle f fin
The lawyer will red hot coals bet ,
\:_ { examine his land love until or ) "
one gets used to It. "
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FRIDAY JUNE, 13, 1913,. \ tHE KISS.,4M.E' ::VALLEY, ; ,GAZETTE, .: ':f PACE, .: *'*!

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I THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Carpet*slipper. 19c, at'Lawson's. It Mrs.- lII, 'T. Wiring, accompanied,, ..

Telephone No. 11., ., by' her her home .; ; 'Jt't ) ) T.'J.' .
> son, returned to 1' d. ," /& "' ; :' \ j \ .
M. P. :Tindall, yf Narcoosse, was a 1 \ A.I.
Published Every Friday By business visitor here Monday. at Lakeland today,after a most pleas \ ", ' 1N" "' "(,jtrl.'f.', ( ' : ,

c' W. B. HARRIS ., ant'visit, here with her parents. Mr,. '7 -r ... '." I.. ," "I" f ;$ y' V -
f.'J(1 .
.... ., Miss Vivian 4e' is spending a short anc{ Mrs/Jno., M, Lee ''. j,. ,7" 1)' ", A7'Z'S: .

time with friends "
at ,Bartow. ." r
C. W. Hart and family are among .
'
Weather Born, Monday June 9th; to Mr, and the new residents of Kissimmee, moving +. .. (' >\/<'

Report j Mrs. E P. Dann, a IOn. here from Titusville.\ Mr. Hart ,- .

has accepted a position in the Wagon: W'E will not list the new things that we have "
J, T. Hawthorne 'of Ocoee ,
are the X was a shop of J. J., Dann. : ,
Following
dally ternperatures business[ visitor to thia city Monday,

and precipitation as J ; J.:; C. Aligood.and Misses. Ruby 'and to show you but ask your inspection of ,-.- "'" -- .

reported by the Government ? New lot of silk and satin ribbons, Ethel Aligoo'd: of Iron City, Ga., are 7

station at Klssimin for the all colors and widths: at Law- visiting their father, S. E. AlIgood, at the line at any time you feel like coming /,
< veek ending June 12. 1913 son's. )> a 25-lt
| j Y New Eden plantation, near Narcoos-

MAX KIN. RAIN Mrs. W. 'c. Eckels, of Tampa is see. ; down. Electric .Pans keep you cool while .

Friday. . :. . 87 72 10 the house truest of Mrs. A. F. Bell G. P. Garrett, who recently graduated ,.. ., . . ....

Saturday. . 90 71 for a few weeks. in the law department at 'the you look or buy. : \ ,

Sunday. . . 95 69 State University, has associated him- : ,
Bryan and Jackson
$ Monday . . . 88 72 50 Simpson, sons self with Pat Johnson,'under the firm
of our postmaster/ are on a visit to
Tuesday. . 88 70 38 name of Johnson & Garrett.A. I
Wednesday 83 69 .92 7 relatives at Miami. Effective Designs in' Lace Curtain of All :

.? Thursday 75::; 6fl\ f Miss Stella Crawford, of Largo, is last Richmond week from arrived Aurora in ,this 111., section and-I Curtain Material Sizes, Write, Cream

f oooooooooooooj visiting her cousins, the Misses Lillie Better and EcruSummer '1'
''s now getting ten acres of land in
and Nonie Driggers.Mrs. condition near Davenport for planting I W. B. Corsets, Correct. '\!

11 n i mi 11111111111 n i L.: R. Farmer returned Sun- a citrus grove this winter., I Length and Shape QualityFor Portiers Ii IiIf
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day from a three-weeks' visit with Fred Hill who has been studentat I _
a
: ii THE LOCAL HELD."I"Ii relatives in Georgia.Mrs. the University of Florida the past:, You Are Not a Customer Couch Covert J

term, and who at the examination' of Ours Already
i Mamie Jarrell), of Micanopy,
11111111111111111111111111Strand i spent the week end here with the passed into ''the senior class, returned :. Give U. a Trial Same .

i family of A. B. Jarrell.A to his home at Narcoossee, yesterday. Art Linen Draperies,
wood $1.25 per strand. Mosquito Bar in Four Price Floral and Plain :
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delivery within city limits. Dr. Sibert's subject for next Sun .
Prompt game of ball will be played on .
I Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tf the local diamond tomorrow between day at 11 a. m., will be, "WinningSouls. Size: 72, 80, 90 and

." At 7:30 p. m. "A Convenient 100. Price Right Hosiery Stock is Full,
A. E. Ford Loughman Time." A cordial invitation is extended ':,, Ask to See the Many

I on business.If Ladies underwear just arrived, excellent to all to attend these services. Palmetto Font, Large KA TZ'S Good Values in This

it's white shoes you want Gilbert quality and styles, at reduced and Small
Mrs. R. W. Cobb, who has been I Department
has an up-to-date ling. 22tfJ. prices. F. H. Lawson. 25-lt
confined in a sanitarium at Jackson I .

W. Miller was a business visitor Mrs. Will Mclaughlin and childrenleft ville for the past six weeks, where j I !' .

In Orlando Monday.W. Tuesday for Ocala for a two she underwent a serious operation, re I

weeks' visit with relatives.Lee turned-here Monday night, much improved .
H. Brokaw with Grifflng Brothers in health. : -
Jarrell is home from Gainesville : MISS ONIE!: HILL
the tree people. 40-tf :
where he graduated the past W. B.: Harris, owner of the Valley
You can get twenty yards of calico session at the State University. Gazette, who with his family is I GUEST OF HONORAT

for one dollar! at Gilbert's. 22tf
the the East
spending\ summer en
We are selling as good shoes as
. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Siever have re- anybody at a lower price. [Prove it Coast, is here for a few days looking I A DELIGHTFU SOCIAL GATII- She was :i

turned from a visit to Illinois, their yourself. F. 11. Lawson. 25-lt, after his business interests. He left I F.RING'GIVEN;) BY MISSES LEONA son, one of \
old home state. this morning to rejoin his family at who are
AND! ETHEL ROBER-
Miss Edwilla Bruton is spendingsome Coronado Beach, where they have | everybody
'
Mrs. C. E. Denig of Runnymede time at Mulberry with her leased a cottage for the summer.I' SON. of her 6

.pent Monday here the guest of relative grandfather, J. G.: Gottwalles. i i her '
a
The secretary of the Osceola County i
- the month that Miss Onie ed
!Mrs. Jas. I'oulk and daughter, Live Stock Club, S. J. Triplett, has During that I
I Hill of Goulds, Fla., has been visiting effort to i
New lot of 45-inch voil flouncings,
received hundred of
Myrtle, of Cairo, Ga, are here fora a copies a pam-
big value at 75 cents per yard, at month's visit with relatives.J. phlet issued by the State Board of relatives here she has been the recipient years after
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Gilbert'; 22tf Health entitled, "Cattle Tick Eradica- of many social attentions, but did people

E. Mattocks was a week-end visitor tion," which he desires to distribute none were more pleasing or entertaining had lost ;"J,

Mrs. F. W. Hill of Narcoossee spent to Orlando and Lake Gem Villa,, among the stockmen of this county. \ than that of Wednesday evening, : niece'who;
Monday here shopping among our when she the of honor at
guest
where he has extensive land holdings. was tributed
The secretary can be found at the ,
stores. I a party given by Misses Leona and saved the
office of the Valley Gazette. ( )
H. M. I'fann, wife and daughter, I Ethel Roberson at their handsome of of
Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 many : :
Marietta, left Tuesday for Batavia,
The Bible School contest is in progress '| home on Mabbette street.
In
for your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per N. Y., where they will spend the sum- her ;
7tf between Kissimmee Christian I The party took the form of one of little
strand.
I church and that of Do Land. The contest those old-time'affairs that we of the
\. I heroine,
See W. U. Sumner for designs and flwr.W.. F:. Whyte, traveling representative thus far: is very close with lie-I j older set so often refer to as the that the

prices of white bronze monuments, for the Oliver Typewriter Co., Land a little in the lead. We urge I I happiest moments of our young days. All her
statues, grave covers, headstones, etc. and teachers stand There set but f
2.l-tf was here this week looking after the all our pupils to 1 j i was no program every- and she

trade. true to their colors that. the honor one knew everyone and all joined in the painful \)

Mayor James W. Lilly returned to they won over St. Cloud may have I very game proposed and ate the preciated. i .l

the city Tuesday night from War- Mrs. W. R. Godwin, wife of ex- added to it a victory over DeLand. 1 I sweets the young hostesses served j i

,aw, Ky., where he accompanied the County Commissioner Godwin, was C. E. Yowell, Supt., A. M Chisholm, I with all the appetite of youth. In The 't

remains of his wife last week. here this week shopping among our !Minister.On all no more happy evening was ever never be

stores. spent by the young ladies and gen- could ever '
Hon. Arthur E. Donegan returned t Sunday morn'nlC Dr. A. J. Holt I tlemen of Kissimmee.The during f

here Monday from Tallahassee, whereas Lewis O'Bryan has resigned as man- will speak at the Baptist church on the I following attended: -The guestof her

Senator he represented this dis- ager of the Consolidated Title Co. and .View-point of Jesus, or "When honor, Miss Onie Hill, Misses Flor- How

trict'' during the session of the legislature will devote his time to the practice of saw the multitudes His heart JesU"I' Catherine some such
ence, Canning, Mary Dixon,
just ended. law. moved_ with. compassion. for. Saunders, Corrie Miller,* Ella Mae without

Z. Barager and wife of St. Cloud .. O. C. Darling and wife left Mon-I Sunday night the services will begin Gilbert, Alma Griffin, Angie Makin- are unfair : : ,
at 7:45 o'clock and'continue"one hour. who donot
passed through Kisimmee Saturdayen day for Conneaut, Ohio-to : I son, Virginia Makinson, Mildred Lee,

route to their old home in Wisconsin !summer returning here in September. The text on that occasion will be Ethel; Lee, Rose O'Berry, Ruby Prevail Around :
"What will you do with Jesus, who isl'all..d Ellis Mrs. J. D. Clark and -
Ruby ,
where they will spend the summer, I
the Christ; the subject is the looker in
.returning here in September.County the hostesses, Misses Leona and Ethel
Mrs.' R. (i. Thomas, accompanies Problem of Jesus. The public generally Roberson, and :Messrs. Gus Smith, less and

Commissioner A. F. Bass, by her son, Richard, left Wednesdayfor are invited to these services Barton Dutton, .McCaujfhen: Cecil ment of

nf St. Cloud was in the city, Monday a fortnight visit with relatives at and strangers arc especially welcomed. Prentis, Russel 'ole, BiJIie Makinson, which j

looking after his cattle shipments. and (ecnsboro; {', N. (C. Albert Bearden{ Clarence Johnson, Jim out /
J. II. [Price, traveling salesman for
went to Tampa early Tuesday morn :Miller, Harris Downing) Harold Buz- fluences at
Rev.: Chi.s holm will preach Sunday the 11. B. Heed Com pan} of Manchester I
ing. "-II. Ik,' Adams George: Gardner and I judge a
illuming ml the subject, "Love Waxing N. II., was in the city Tuesday on
(Guy; (Gardner.; should, we .
Hon. II Clay Stanford l arrived I in ('old." and at night he will preachon business.' Mr. Price has a'l'ry extensive :
it hastily ?
t the city Saturday from Tallahassee l l "RememlMT Lot's Wife." territory and is not supposedto 1i"J
I It is I
where he had l for two months repre4nled make towns with small population ORDERJR.O.U.A.M. ,
;:Mi .scs :\lutl this county in the lower house but' stated to a Gazette: representativethat
of the k'gilatuie.Mr. ason and Ruth Ovcrstreet are spending he had beard this city referredto ORGANIZED HEREBEGINS i:for that,"
> the week at Ilaines City, with 'actually:
in !si;f' many towns that he snakes in i: ,
: C. A. Wills, of Lakeland, ar the family of Rev.-J. W. Austin. > I -" ;
i into the
the South and miifdle West that he i i
r ivied :Monday to remain revved days I I 1 I ri ri'I
I liuth Vic S. Decker arrived i this week could not come to Florida" without | ; : I1'i'Ii'FIIIR'F1' :MEMBERS: is now
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Shoe Co. f
the Dutton-llairis aisting to ''I
possible
"i..it11" his father JudgeD making a visit here to sec Kissimmee.
with th.oik /for a AND IAS'IOItE; EXPECTEDTO
:.Mr. B. C. Dutton) -I
and)
-:. I )I. Decker, who is the leading at- He was much impressed with the JOIN( ..I I,
establishment.
\\ in that than she
I lill. net'! of :St.; ('Ioud..J. showing made by our stores and believes -

'orrell has purchased' the'' that the town has a bright fu It is so \ i
Floyd Joe. Butler left this' week to headi Dputy) Organizer W. O. Jelf earn good and ; .
boat Catheiine and will do ture. Mr': l'I' said that the salesmen -
"motor "onlt'I surveying paity who are working to Kissimmee about a month ago and difficult in *
I like Kissimmee
make the boat "make" towns ,
work
"'I>lllr to on t the 1 islands south of Foil :\IYl'I'\\ at once, began work looking to ,tIn.. many (' ,
comfortable., He anticipates" many but on the other hand it is the towns
waters this, summer. I, and will be absent" all .summer. like KissimnuMthai "make" the formation of a lodge of .Junior Onk-i. know, that
pleasant lnp..n our United i American Mechanics, wtli the !1 might ju"
returned to his /home salesmen.Miss .
Victor Hill
result that last night he instituted your /{ (
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Bert (Garnctt; of Gn-encastle;" 1ml., at :Niucoossec Wednesday from (Charleston. Sadie< Bryan entertained a Kissimmee Council with a chiiittrmemlxrship I I Even if \ ,
S. C., whore I he was a student
purchased the R. W..1.1.ies, place at number of her young friends) with a ) of thirty. faults as f.
insti: r
j"mpb.11, Station and -will mak his the past session in a military birthday party yesterday afteinoon Thl' 'l1utial mt'etin"as/ held in the you would :

has tute. 1 I council Chamber, aldIr.: Jelf thoroughly t.
suture home in this section. He at the home of her parents on Church ones for

also purchased six lots in KiKsimmee G.: f. Allen is tilling the position of street. (;ames were enjoyed for several explained the workings of the for

heights conductor on the Sugar Belt duringthe hours and dainty refreshmentswere order and the immense amount of goodit are not all I

absence", of IJ. G.: Canova, who served. Those present were: hud accomplished in the UnitedStates. l be very ;;
The Messrs. Schriefel Bros., of :Minnesota His auditors much impressed
Were
with his family is \isiting at Key Murry Overstreet, Henry Single- For '

have purchased, the Wm. West and Havana, Cuba. tary, Grace: Gilbert, Paul Drawdy, and it is safe to predict that I reputed v

Knight place on Shingle Creek andexpevl :Mabel Overstreet, Gussie Winn, Edgar I before very long it will be one of the I though in |
10.loate permanently in that J. C. Moore, ex-alderman of this I most lodges in the State. i
Bryan, Frank Bryan, Nettie Hig- prosperous shy. She \ I .
flCtinn. The sale was made by II. G.; city, but who now resides at Sanford, don Leroy Lesley, J. C. Ledbetter, i i As soon as the charter and supplies I extremely |

Siever.G., passed through/ here Tuesday en Ada Wagner, Lucy Pearce, Arnie | are received a meeting will be called never '( ,|

W. Moore, of Lagoda, Ind. has / route to attend the pharmaceutical Drawdy, Bessie Smith, William Ar- |' and a permanent organization effected i from her ,

purchased the city property of E. L. convention at Tampa. nold, Norma Griffin, Prater Gilbert, by the election of a full corps ofofficers. I'I i was thir :

Hebb of Bartow, arrivedin Carleon Bryan, Elizabeth Ledbetter, would ,
llickley, and expects to become a per- Mrs. Leon I ,i
manent resident of the city at an early the" city Tuesday to be at the bed- Mary Tiller, Margaret Stanford, Ruby NOTICE TO PATRONSThe I I and led I : ,

date. H. G. Siever attended the details side of her mother, Mrs. G. F. Parker, Duke, Sammie Dickerson, Mary -Sin- Always i[ it

of this sale.C. who is dangerously ill at her residenceon gletary and Preston Johnson. undersigned banks of the city when you {

Emmett street. desire to extend notice to their pat- to be as I
left Wednes- Part of the Business.
H. Funk and family and the public that commencing ill, but
Jerome- J. M. Gardner and son, George, returned rons I
at
day for their former home remain for Tuesday morning from attend- 'There's Mayme Sheigh-she will Thursday, June 19th, they will close Often a !
ville, O., where they will for business at 12 o'clock and on allowed to
here in the ing the Confederate reunion at Chat- sit and hold a man's hand by the njon I
two months, returning
each succeeding Thursday throughout nesses.
En route here they stop- hour.
of time for Mr. tanooga. :
early fall or in plenty the gathering of ped over'at Cairo, Ga., for a visit with "The bold thing-" the summer until further notice. ple, we I
Funk to superintend I State Bank of Kissimmee. one
"Oh dearie it's qf her
fruit from Mrs. W. T. Crawford, Mr. Gardnei'adaughter. no, part I
his immense crop 6f citrus business-she's a manicurist." I Citizens Bahk of Kle immee.I tance than :
his grove at Hilliard's Island. I



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FRIDAY JUNE 13 4913.
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. \ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ,
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.O.OOOOOtoOtoOOOtoo. T-xR. C. t. HYATT .,. NOTICE

1J 'Physician and J 'lands, or\e0\ much there'
THE described
I NlIc' la hc'phy, t'lv..n (hat the following hereto sot oppoalte to1ho
Surgeon I dun for taxes
Cuban amount
Phones The or Woolly Whitefly; of I/.a 'wlll be 'WC"HaU' to cost pay of the each sale and advertlelnR will be sold .t publlOMacliolJ :
with
ManliattatiHotel j 1 alLm". to/ether/ P. 1913. In front of tho Court Boua. I
A
day ot July '
Office, 197 Kissimmee nn lll0 1'1"\11111 Oaceollli and State ot l'lorldn. .
I sl Klxslmnp e County ot .
I Florida door ,.;. "
E Res. 248 I' .
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By J. R. WAtSO.N ". and cannot be depended upon for con- -

Special A few years ago there was broughtto r:. = .
Attention to I trol.As .
the Traveling Public I" M. 1UVEUS' M. D.PJL' Tampa and Miami a Cuban white- we are anxious to keep a recordof \ .Ol' .LAND : :a .tw'I .. &!:'I I: pu 0U1:4C1t11'TION ,

; C j jI I fly. From Tampa It has spread west the dihtl'ibution of the woolly whitefly .oS a 4t .t.. t r- .,J
I S1CIAN and SURGEON!: j 'l:
.-lIcrolullhe; square from . to St. Petersburg, south to Arcadia the Entomologist requests the i. t:: S'g
F Q da.
A. C I. DepotKISSIMMEE .: I OHlce liver Oiceola Pharmacy1'HONE '. 1 and Fort Myers, and east to. Winter grower to -send him- specimens tit \. ;c J

3:. j : I (l Ilelldence. 63 ww'L Haven. Until lately no cases of heavy leaves are..suspected( of harboringthis ., cdr )
; FLA. f() ('('> 141<< -- . .. j J1"A',2r..4, ft S and 24 ft.E ot NW .. ...
i .: : == infestation"! have occurred. A insect To prevent the 660 tt N 686.6 '
wasp- possibility ..,(. """" 'run S 6HR.6 it 10 Mrs
tililitnona
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- - -.".... :*'.-:-- .. I like parasite has killed a large percentage of spreading the posit, the l leaves fw' 6Uft f?:.1.eA'::>':=...- .. ......-- 28..._. .1"" 3.4 4. L -. --- 9..11 t)

I I': WINN I;I of the larvae. Investigations should be enclosed in a tight bottle or N \\''.( or 1'11'1'.4' _._ __ ______---------s_______ II 29 211 0-4--4/1-84 40 Savage JiubRllkRV:' .V N.-A. '

t':' PHYSICIAN:: in Cuba showed that the woolly white- box with a few drops of alcohol chloroform -'::

Telephone Us Office( 2nd FlooT Willson Building. n I I fly was not a severe pest there. These ether, or gasoline, and left for sE.4 NIR' .f N1Nnui ; 'A. . .-__ Coli_ __--___ 4 ::12 34 40 Unknown _no: 1,88: r

y4> ';1 I.ICHIIlltNrlt I'llONK ),;'KHII"''''', '; facts led us to hope that it would not an hour or so, aftetwhich they maybe I h'n Cn: wilzntlon. ..__ npauy's__ ___ I'let_ 36 34 '

For .:.. :' UFKirR I'PONIt '''T FIXIfUDAi 'become a severe pest in Iflorida ; but i taken out {find safely mailed in a I L'If 9 Nod, 18 _ .. .;,;:__*'_-u..'-. .3 J:. 34 40 $uulhern ion Co.Co1oxat a.aT ,

;: lately it has developed to such an ex- !.letter. I 1 Lot 17 ._ .. _. u.___ _______ 0. :35, 34 20 Sout/.rll/ Colo"Co 1.01 I Itnizalion
i: K. IJKWITT T. LIGHTSKY lent to somewhat I _ ,
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Bread Cakes or I. J ) I ab assume alarming I ': Lot 1:1: ._ ___ ______ I' ::1 i3, \4:\ 20 1'0ulh"II' Culunlzntion -
Co._ 1.01 "
proportions and a warning notice to TOWNS THAT GO AHEAD \ -
{. ()i'1 Il 1'OI'ATIIIC; PHYSICIAN I I I "U'I ::. foul. 20: __ _____ _ ______ -.. :.t5 34 4(1( 4uulhorn, Cobo- "
In
growers" is needed. In the area abovementioned every county and in every state / 1 7ro 1.17
Pies )KoRii-iH', PlioniL'74 1 ___ ___ 26 ::11 ::14 0o I 1''III'i:, .n;: (' : ,u
O.lice Phone Mf I this white-fly is becomingmore ( can be found towns that are continu- I| Luis, 21 1. 2l. 1111.132 __u_ ______ u12at1"n' : Co 4.6a

1.1 I > abundant,' and in one grove in ally forging ahead while others remain Tell I J.1 _ _. __ ______ --- --- .1. .:b 3j 2U 4outh, ...III Cnl.1117.1110" ..- \
Rooms and <,:0 2.01
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; I't Stale Hank KM'jf KisHiinniee: Fla. Lakeland it is doing more damage I practically at a standstill and I j jI t.yt, ,". ., __ __ _________ ___ .;0 .1.;, ,14 2u( 1'"lh. rn Cnl"11 .
j: >II I than the citrus accomplish in the of ad- ... lil 1'''"'''' Cn 201 flMtduiiu. ;
fC common whitefly ever I nothing way .\ ______ _________ __u_ _ 16 .1. Jj GUI Soul hero Colo-
J.J.THE HOME BAKERY I E I: fvK. J.V. SIMI'HON d 1<1. I j vancement. In every case the fault :nlzlltlun: ': : Coo 26.15 q
U with' 111\4. of N\. _ ______n_______ ::13 2!\ 3:1: 411 UHH"Ildaled, M..
;: | Its .\(IIIt'arant'e.i can be be found to rest, not the Lund.I'.. - 2,78NI ,

::: J./ H. REED .. Prop. :|=:ill; I I DKNTISI.:; ] From the common whitefly (Aleur- town but with the people themselves. ,..: '.. .r NI':4: less SW'r, or NF'4 "r \ ,
I .... ,.. '.. u___________ _____ ___ 13 2'1 ;.13 311 'FhompxnnlVes-J .
.. ...... ..... ..: 1Tlistn.irs. Katz i odes ,'itrilnd) the cloudy-winged An exchange has been thinking pretty Icy lU 1.
.s. >- -x-:+>-: :-:+:-< : : :-< in lluililini! IS\1 '. .r 1-1': '. and. 1-1'' : S. nf SYV'g ___ 1\;\ 2i!:, 33 hO Slnnur W'If' :
) I Ilurlt4 l \\I a. m. to 12 m. whitefly ( A. nubifera) this one (A. I seriously along this line and it pre- ..,\ ,. or \ ___ _____ _--_ I4 I; 3:1: 411 I-'II\tI"' ..: II II- 248w' :
fI't'Ut: : I \: ; Nw'/'a ____ __ "I I 31;I hll .Iohll". /. I" 4 64
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f 1 1'\0;\ to 1 5:30.: m. is J cents its conclusions in this I u. - : ; : "
r i howardi ) easily distinguished by I way: ..... I..f N.,\. _.._ 9.t. 2!' : hO l/u".I.I. 464' P<
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Telenhon-. /\ Jun 5. Ivr 1 : :;
"The ; a! oa : : Au : ,... I..m 4.6' '
______ the woolly or cottony growth which reason why some towns grow N'. ; ..r\\: : - -. ----- -- ?.. --I'ph" I'
i \\1, :((1 1'1 40' 1.96
If you want a I JR. W. W. CARSON::'; I entirely covers the larvae except when I is because they have men in them with I11'y 41'1,, ')of fXI. I..tI/lo.IS\\.or\\:; ..- _- ::- 32 :32 I ::i3 I 120 Soulheru 1''hampsonJohn:: ('1110ufzatlun 8,21 ,'I:,.
: Cu.
BARGAIN very young, and makes them quite I i push and energy who are not afraid : .
in, an I I 1C 1y of RII.!'; _ _ __ ___uuu. 4 33 33 SO Hlllllh" PoloDlzmiti11n .
DENTIST This to spend their time and Cu 8.90 }
j conspicuous. woolly coveringmay energy :
I N: %, .r. 51,4 "r NI-. : __ ____ _h___ ::16 33 33 20 4uulheru Coloulzxtlun : '>
ORANGE GROVE reach a thickness of hn eighthof money in anything that boom or benefit CII 1.64
I Office over Cole's Jewelry Store I IOffice 1 Suull h,,"ru (Culu"l7.allolll'IImpany'R 1'1..1 ,,1
Hours an inch or more. The larvae giveIofT the town. They have confidenceI .., __ __ ____ H 33 "1/>'
or land to grow : -12.1-5 | abundant which is I I enough in their town to erect sub- : 1u
honeydew not
I Office phone Jf.H! I Lot III ._ __ . ___ 3 31' 33 211 SDUlherll e"k,
Residence 23 thrown away from them as thoroughly .stantial and modern buildings and residences uvillorl (:0. 2.01 ,F?
Oranges and I Lola. 26. _I'. 27. :, _ _ u 4 34 ..1 .11 tiu0ih' mil :'.lou i I"
(;all administered, for extraction of teeth J as with A. citri but collects in shining and work for public improve- 2atnal, I'u 1i.7' f'," .

I / drops in the wool making theunder I I menus in the same order. LOIN 2 7. 31 ;3" - -- --- - a' ..4'::.3 1:11: 1'0..11110.! III 1'nin- i.,
GrapefruitMe' u 'Vinton' "'u 463L"I

J ) R. /U. K. PARKKKI.KNTIST J : ;) side of the leaf appear as if I "They organize companies and establish I I .x 4 f,. u. 7. 11, J :I. 21,. 22. _ I.1 I ,i'i 11v"; 401 u1zu11"u" h" I", I'ol"I 1.11 II88 I,(",I'

BUCKELSLOUIS coated with frost or snow. factories induce industrial en- 11..1 :.\\11, u I .", 4' 2u Soonn, '..1.-.1..u a

I ; I! There i is a fourth species of I terpiises tovflocate and use I "H.'i'"I' ' l'.n .I'11: 201 'I: '
whitefly every )Lot, 2_ .- u__ 11 :II :IA .: , ;;, l I'i'; .
l J I I| OI-K1CK; OVER: ll)<:CKl.I.A;' 1'HAKMACY in the state which is frequently confused I' means to further the bost interestsof : 1-0..1' '. Ux: 201 yLuI
I :12 I __ 1.1 .11 3I: :: 2u u;, ('nlo.; '
| Odiii )Hours, : h.idl:( I to 12:00: Noor with the woolly whitcfly. Itslarvae the town Their work i ih never considered ' ' 1.11 Y01I..I.s

1:11(1 1 :( to 5X:( ) P. !M. is furnished'' \ with short rods of I finished and the accomplishment ) 'I..1 .uuL:.. __ _ J I 11 I I .: '," :<.nil,'j'J; ,;; l'o1IIv ;,
' Iu' n 4r.3
A.I SEARSON I wax which when broken and -..catti'red of one thing is only an incentive .I.1 I : _ . I 17 :: I .. ; 211 tool, hllu, ;; rd:;:.. .-
uVluou' c'o 201
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT [ ) R H- S. GEIGER t over the surface of the leaves, of another.) I.,7. . 11 I",. I I' :+"I, : l I I' .::1.; 11,11 ;S.l. ,? ; 'obiL :;:,
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"U"It IAN; AM) 8IlltGBO.Citizins oinks\ it resemble somewhat the woolly "On( the other hand the town that ' ,''I 1- _. 1 I,. I''. ." _._. 2'" 2s ._._. ..I. i I'" soul6," '/11',, u," '.01.-. ; & "

AUDITOR Bank BUIlding whitefly, but on a closer inspection the does! not get ahead will be found! to I Itl.x.' .' ; 12"9
Kissimmee 1.1,1. i 11 I and, .. .I 4' ,-'clt,, ,In; I n; 1 ;In'I: 'I'II
Florida two may.lie. easily distinguished. The lie dominated by a "set of men who are "I/.t ,,.. 1.11. :t2VA ;

Commercial and Municipal Accounting '(Phonos, :: Of) lire 297! or (f;4i wax rods of the ha) whitefly/ arc.hoiI either peifectly sulistii-d, with their .'": I 1.1.. I I'" nl,,, I"' _. 1 I .;. .. ,I I",. .'\1.1\\"wI.IS" ,' ,, ",, .t''I',, l IIIH lII.'I

I i Rphidencc.. Jii.'i.; 14-lyr and ncaily straight, , forming a thinroltttug ,uriou'iiilings' or who ate afraid some- "I I1oo" ,, ro 4',3 k;
Incorporated Accountant the L.'I' "I".f" '_ 1.1 ; I Itln" "Ih, 'nI,..
of no appi eciable thickness\ bod> else] will lie benefited! in the event l,1/ ",,." .I',.t L,
International Accountant"Society. IJ I ' I.. ., I', _ I ,, I. ., , I ,,"
::'; Detroit.f. J r. A. VAN AI.NKW W II 'K> WFO"' The wool of th't wooll.whUcfly! is'cm something is started f ; consequently no :-:, , ., I'. -.I.' II 4 i''i''
led effort of I.o1" I. .' .;: ,Ill, 1, 1 ?..1.I rI
ANS < ;NKW; and l long 'uough to make\ a cu.h-,i any Kind' is made by this ,
\, \: ( RAWh'Ol(1)ATTORNEYSATLAW! ( I . ,n.," :.
o. mot 377 Hun, Oldce.HLEKDAU. I ion or mat. The bit) wlv.tefly: is 11nall ,.Ia,.". foi I these two r ,, .., '
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KISSIHHEE. FLi. S C '\ species, ,'Ol1l1lon11. most, groves" "I If some, men or set of men endeavor Iel, J .I .- ,""lie l ?,, ..1...

but ubiindant to start I,,u '"', 1'11 "II.
'" \'I' ( something they are .
OHIr.. i-I'6( ( lti/'ii" UHIIL IIiilMlliKKissimmei . 1..1 .i I - -7 2\ "t\ ' \I ;; 19
I Florida The larvae of the woolly whitefly/ met by opposition, and discouiugementand I.", I ; j.,1., ,, ",

......... - - - .., I i when ibvested of its woolly coat, measures it is uphill work all the way and I I..t ___ __ _ _ _ __ u __ _ ." .... ...".. ""'.,'..II"'f.I"I", , ....1"I"'h. !

r : less than the larvae of the citrus often failure. I N'"' ,,..', '" "I I 7
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M. TILLER > I). CEK.'KK.; ;I ; ; I very : ", .I."I7.all""l\Il'"II'R. flatI

11-1. whitefly as far us length and breadth "Kvery town, however, has a certain I 1:0, : au.II... .' - : ::-::: :: :: I :::: ':.; 1" s"UII 1... u,. '.,1.,

t ate 1 ,concerned hut is distinctly thicker. progressive element which hopes : (
Real Estate Agency. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I ,..IH 20. 21. 3'L __ __ . _U_u___ __ __ _. ....'. ..:.1 Iq ,:."nlz.ttton.tI", ron ..I.. "J.1.
It j is yellowish brown. The adult is for u turn of the tide when the town .
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................................ I Oflice State Hank Budding I IKissimmee. smaller, more" yellow, and is distinctly uill )go forward by !leaps and! bounds L.IS :, :.1.i, 10. 17 _ u_ _ _ ____ ... .. :1 ., ,", ,., ,1,nlh/ln,V a"1.,, I ,,1.".. 1 1.s '

tG Realty bought and sold : ____ __ __ : Flonda i more "sluggish than the citrus white- and occupy a position of importanceand lnla7i.ud. 21 I ._ __ _ __ I '., .

i I Taxes paid and Titles ver- j I ( ; i jarred. While laying eggs, the female which go to make a good town in every 1..1,., I. _". .1_.. 'u .. '. ,.. ., ,,II, ,..,II,..,., ...I". ,I"J .

anchors heiself 1 by her sucking ,en5e. .
ified for non-residents Attorney-at-Law.
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.. Fire. Life and Accident In- t Collections and i mouth-jmrts and rotates about the* But I this stage cannot be accomplished 1. "' '','','.!',','''''II' I.. ,.,

!' ... surance. Conveyancing anchoragi1 as a pivot depositing theeggs by mere wishes or suppo Lola I'I I. 111101 14 I ;-.." Io. .I -
Specialties. I' I '" ' '"u ,
t Indemnity Bonds. P'fF'VrS'IT'Y'4F4P I '' mostly\ in circles about un eighthof sitions. I It can only come from harmony I'U I - n u h -_ I I . ,:..,'/, ' ". ;
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w4' I II I Broadway.JJ.F.KRIHIJS. : an inch in diameter. I .m purpose and action und the I LuIM, :a11, mid 32 h __ __ __ __ I'I l l' "".. ,. ,,,, r',,1.I ""I '

--- I, The food preferences of this speciesfor eternal vigilance of its ,.citizen IdHS, H. 2'. 31. 32 __ __ '__ _______ ___ __ :", :. . ,.. "4,nil'.11..11"., h" I 10 I,," '"I.,I".. ;

( different varieties of citrus are apparently "The town with these things will I...Ix, l uud,, It - -- .\I.", :1J ..' 4" to:, '/I,, ,'1.x.ult : co:.l i:?, ?.9
the of of continue
reverse those the to'grow and improve but the .
DR. U/M HARPEROSTEOPATH ATTORNEY Ny of' ,, of Sts', lratl I "''ZIIII. eu .1 I. ;
LAW KIS&IMMEE a strip 110
AT FLA. :
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citrus in without be .
whitefly that, grapefruit town them can expectedto Nltl off N sld I -_ 26 36 ;
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Examination-of. Titles'- a Specialy. seems to be its first choice and oranges remain in a state of lethargy indefinitely Lt N1.:11V,io "UII sus 14 1:1: 1 110 orW'o.Ia 17(, 440 rSVir yda N- lie of 3.11. l0\ 1Vulkex. . J 'Ii 1.28

.. Notification and second while tangerines last. without affording its rear: Fula yda .: ..
-- payment of taxes of come henry \X.,440 '. Sub+---. -""- "' : 1.\ '6... A3 10 .1J) "fi tlNo"h1.84, :

I non-residents yiven careful The woolly whitefly has been) found on dents anything but a mere' existence'. ot NWk :-- t.N\f'4 :t3.as.'. Ji'* > >'., .. '
STECIAL// : IN 1! .. : 25 YIi, 17 -----8----- -
attention. 1. 'Hl:1. 22. ,Ut.. '
33'110'
other food! than citrus. "It is all true. 33 3S'! .
no plant : ddIHMt 1"11r '
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I CHRONIC DISEASES I .r--lE'. -_ __ .____ 3. 35 33 /u (' 'I1....
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Eradication and Control.In hi
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A CONSULTATION EXAMINATION HU I )AT JOHNSTON.- many of the towns of the inTested From a Hirdseje View. 1" .:-""" " ,,1..

{ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW territory t there are as yet only Owl.you seem perturlied, :.Mr.Crow. 1 E': ?,r NI I.: '. .!'v .,2S'ul :i.! 'I. S.alll; ,'','i;'.',';;," .::i LI: ''i-4\

r KISSIMMEE FLA I I ',
.,. 'IJd l1. I
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I small colonies on dooryard trees.'' Keen chased out of. the cornfield I. n "i"'I"" '' > s !I''tat)
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j TUESOAVSTHURSOAVS SAlliffOAYS I.1
10-11 I Citizens Bank
Building "
OFF CEo CENTRAL HOTELPHONE I Many of these colonies it should be I ? Lot iI::ii: ;l2\: u, 4..ui 'h.. JJ 1'olu4uulh. 1 -
Kissimmee
i Florida I possible to stamp out by prompt I ('r'ow"ps; and when I think of 1,. /.1lucdu"U, lIDlpul'N, , flat 'w"II"o: : I'I, : 2 "

166 ORLANDO FLAY action. The groups of larvae are so how my great uncle the Raven, fed I...,, t . .... .,,,
'...."H C MAKKKY T.'TON WAHUOWl I I - I II I .If. :32 20 4uI1, ,h
would in "11 1.01"'
that it not be an the wilderness I'm
f l Late CounHel' for conspicuous Elijah disgustedat
Judge "f the I I.tI.. '' ' I "
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Klorulm It R. I omm. ''Criminal Court I Ii arduous luk'to pick off all the the ingratitude/ of these stingy : I ::1.. :.42 I L0 s/, :,. .lblu::i:

i j\ ,|.ASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS I ed leaves from the trees, and infesl-I, farmers. Lot :\p.. -'. ::1\', ::12\ 20 H''I"Indllon 10''. .I'uluN' .1'11 45 ;

I I stroy the.i'olony. Indeed the '. of :-i'', or H\\" of. ,41s',. IIIId SE'',: IuzlUun 1.11 2"j''
S.H.BLLLOCKREAL
AND COUNSULI.OS I .1 4'3' ..r H"r 1
AT LAW did -eradicate.. a small..colony in a People in love think other people 4; I.: '. 41',: 51':14ul 'I'2'': 'i'l ) I3 '. . :31111, ( ) /( 162
I 4 of Nw4:4 2f. :.0" 4u wII.1I
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Practice in all the Courts of the "State and of grove near Tampa. A little time I have no eyes. ,..I:', 1..x11 ..... ';. o..r N.r..1 N\'i of- NI'P..- :4\ 2"r. :nit 4'' 'lill" "" 1Y 1 I" 24"248

I the United Stales also before the Florida R.II-| spent now may save a great deal of ;L'y ..f NI. .;\. ..r HE'.. hu h_ 4 2:, ::I" l5U Yo .ILutol. 1V P 11NI fin
Commiaaion.. and the Interstate Commerce l I 1'1x1111' I I. 1 132.St.
ESTATE CommiMaion.. trouble later on. While we have had M'l'A'I'KMKNT.MiioV H"f HI': 5a "r HWI/a and W'L of I" _r. :111: f.9 4,"" "" ,, A1'II .I t 4 "

....................... I 11-14 CHARLESTON UI.IMJ. ORLANDO. FLA. little experience m spraying for this ;NS :01, "f :1"1'\' \ "f liWI.. -_ __ _unh I 1e I. :a" 1'0 In ,n. .'loxh
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I .HI'T : under SfCttori 32. Chapter 5AAR 1'11-\1 - U, ::1" ;, I'9
fr h1
it would that of the IV ur "f NW % of SE S4 91 "'" Ixou, .I MIt's 4 7y
Lawn
INSURANCE pest, seem one of Florida showing the amountof : r. 3" 5! .. ,
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Taxes rharnri'd to the Tax Ooll''Vtorof 711 ) .tH0' HW Cur ,'ih-r ... w tau "T 2.37
.1\ NDKEVJOHNSON miscible oils or whale-oil soap if applied Om-t'ola I'ounty. Florida, to !h. colrtid SI':;'. run N 450" rt F: 74Q n S 4'1 N'
.1// f'' N. 3.1 fI \\' 420 n-" ___ .
l for the rent J 912. hh 12 2L
while the larvae are young ('IJ year mind 3. :.1 Snnnu"".. An14c
I, Examination of Titles a ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW the iipportlonnii'lit of the paifie to thoHeverHl 526 rt H N'r "f oJ" u .J .1 7 .
should be effective; but the older lar- funds for which taxes has ', II35 NSEI .rf
Will Practice all Courts 1"1'.: run H fl Ii: 4211( fl :f.
in l > livloilApportlwnmenf
et n
vae are so protected by the collectionof \\ 4211 tl ,,
State and Federal I X"f' Si,.:l/ _ _ -- . :!2 r. :l"< 2 'I'1'"' kr""I, Th"/I' 1 169
Specialty. honeydew that it is difficult to of ( 'ounty I.'uadn.June . 1'1"r SW -- 12 20 3" 4"' 4lnnuo' ,
I It. : N f\J. 2'u6"
Office adjoining .. - h 1'i I f, .
-- ::1"
Broadway 1.4. mii.Ueenue : . hall. .
-, .r :11th
.W'4 A H
1\\ : I li; 8k
with -- .
reach them The larvae 'hh h 4 2.i
Citizens Bank Kissimmee a spray. I'I'!' : "r 1'1 1 JU : liall. Sirs A 4 If b8
Corresoondence Solicited. are now in the most favorable con- I I -- % 'y "f :N\V: y. _ ::_=--u---- _u_ I 3 11 I U.27 3u 32'' (11"11. l\IrH A 4 IH 93
To amount niiHeMHvil 1 1.37!! nilmount 2" Ku 110111'
i'lL' "f SIs4 of rl.aOdlo
. . 11 NiV - =- I. U, i, :: : :.92
f dition for spraying./ \ collected IT.Bti.l 80lliilanre N1V 'y ur N1'q/ fold i"-, rt\VI!. 5 2'. A In 111"1. r 1.nnd 1'u 88
r -- Y9 12" ,,
.
Inn"guu. ,\
Parasitic Fungi. I to be roll.'Ctil l _ 74II.10!, =N: 11'4 "f :o.IW'/ 1M1 I-: '
. IL'nenJ! ) School Fund N1'. : t. ..ron\.rs'vy." - 7 2:. 2', 4" II\\' 96
the red Aschersonia has
Although 'II/'I:/ 560'
,. J.V. 'I'lionipsoiiFUNERAL I To amount aHReHHeri _ 25.731 HtiAmount S',1 orf1': 1-: '.: and I SE'.. A"f N\Vy, .iuul, 1;: 21. _! lit' ' :\IIHM.I 15111't. I
this both in collected __ 24.781.10llalnnte .
been found on species : H \ .r NW II ..,..
} I ;of 1 N'I.. iuldV 1' or 2 13" 11Linn., .I 4
.
J C.W.GRIFF1NStaple Florida and Cuba, is much less effective to Collected !041) 76 \\' .,. ..Hr"r II 'r-
DIRECTOR ; 24 't''
than with the citrus whitefly Count Baud 9 NIuf.i4V.l: N\\I. Ii .'. W' I'ouI'guu A ,I': .1
I I I To amount aHNeHHcfl _ 22.055.8B "I 10 H''' '''... 'M, ..
Amount rullprtotl _ _ 21.102.94: 1'1\\1,:. of 1'1\\4 ..r HV\\ :\J"n'I.
and I! and All "r NI. . 't II 2'. 29 l0" Uo"" ,,. I 33
FancyGROCERIES .. -- I. 01 NI : 4 I I 1 : or A 1: a.u4. .1 1: i ,
IIa IHDee to he rollortcd 9S2 91 I. Iii Nod ul NI "I .
: r H. JENKINS: R. ... WOODHAM NI't ; / h x Ia NF:
j Fine & ForfeitureTo ( nr run lV t" H 4.1.// I-.r ",i-- J.1. J-::
I LICENSED EMBALMER amount unni'fii.l 7.3"196 271. ."IHo.I 413"e': ydN I :. .
:: ENKINS & WOODHAM Amount collei-leil, I.r.9447! : 2I!, 2.. I''nug :\IIHK Mil
Opposite Courthouse J B'I'L-I: :; 'or "r NI. .; .r NF' ruuv I"i I 3.81
1 -
Italanri- to lie collected. 317 62 6 ) .\ 4 4\31-3:\ \01. E :; b. ldn: N
KISSIMMEB. :Sub--liooI. Hint No 1- 4:1:1:I: I I-3 .
,
FLORIDA j SURVEYORS 'I'
II| amount itHHoHHe*! 1.69922) ; :-i\\\' \. Nt; '? ur N\\I.--and SEy4 of 2S 2.9!, 2' ,Ld'Ii.I, JAI I 't WII 321 '
I follerted 1.69447 .
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__ Free Delivery to all Parts Kissimmee Florida !1'1'0 047iil 41,4; u/ ;;W''.. -'- - - -- 17]16 :26 2';; 29 2' 411"f,0" .IA'nuR. I' e.'-... .
IIIII"" lo h collet-toil ( INOn1'iuaman'
o-Ohe; City: Hrhool Mint No 2- Nty of S'y "r I'"f NI'; '" -- I. 2r. & 1."
- - -
-
T'> amount, aHHoHHed.1I 254 79 4\y of .SIor HW 4. of NI''k l I5 2" 2" I III' 1"W"liIK.!' SV '.083IH 1
1 : Itrg 41: cur of N1Vy. of $ :' 29 6 loI.w,, ,
j.'j'j.-- Amount nil! t.-il 249 7K run N In 74
: .:..,..... ) \V 2HII ,IH S .rt/A -
: :-:- I .. ) 175; ,1':: ,2"'' )01. I 18 f, 2',
.
IJ N\\ III
Ian,'. he _ g r'r or \\'r. (1 M
1111 to 'ull".I'd & 01HuhSrhool .. 1"17'I'd"' run H 136
I : !Hint No :3- an ) d" 1 I': 16" yda N 1411 N

I IM +4-I"I M*++++++H-++-.-+++++ :: ALL TAMPA STORES To amount. nHHoHMi-d 403 30 K14SIh1Sli:tr.'H.! :' ;1V t': 1isIIIHN4:IilII 4,111, -- -- - - ___ IN 2'. 2'., I IL..t Ili" "Inkiw ''I
Amount, (- ...11.! '< led :
'z' I N'h "f 4 lilt'k 1".r/ :: H NIS': 'I I . 311: 2"r.. "UeVlnn. ". C:
to be I'ollectecl .26I u h 2' ' ) I I"
THE '
K ; + j: bub-School Dint No 4To - N\1't: of N1.,1O: - .1" 2t' lIuII.r, Lund Cu 1 .'11'.H 'y
1 Close at 12 o'clock during i 511'4 nod h 2 1' 411 ,
CRAYSTONET every Thursday I I amount aNHeHned == 1.111 84 HI1< of s1: y 1111.H- or I 1'nknxwn -- 218 +

.:f:. i :.1.z: JUNE JULY and AUGUST. Amount collected 1.081 1 52Balance 1VU..\ttK St .or,I:NI N'y.11tt.INN.?: ,,f 1l1l'll H"' : Wii----------h- :L1 2'25 29!, 26U I I U rulsou: 1\1 l II 123 I,fI

; Fw,. .1. to he collect 30.32 Lut'I, and I". fRW"I 'u''M" 1<1.66
1. opn All Tat ltlaf ; in I"uhH'hu.1"1\ N.> 5- I.,,, I" rac SE'/ 2'1'' 16 .
"Try Trading Tampa"Ready H" 'I. .
:4: - :! .1 III
2' 306
+ To amount HHHeMMed lf>:3.71 L..t II :1l"J 2'1 IU I Ilnl N :
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f i 2.50 to 8.60 per day. I Amount collected - u 133.14nalanct :.. i Lot I2 I _n________ _._____ al: 21. 2'21';!: JII, 1111de1.. I"1: -, -.- 2.18 2.111 ,

Special by week or month. tt 1: to serve you any time except '. I to I be collected, _ 30.67 L"41.1.,1\ 2 . 'U .iJ __h__ ____ -_ _____ 33 4 u 2;. 11 111 IIlmea S"ud.! .,I.N.. '\V H H'-- 2.IS

Thursday afternoon J I KVKKHTKKKT.: ; ;: ; H\\ % IIf 41sT: '. --- ___u____ -___ 26 29 .10 1\.1..l\rland.TJ. 1.90I
: .. THURMAII Prep R. 0. rORTER. Mgz r. t tr :: ; (t'fcrk I'ircult 'ourtIt ; '. -hn 4 20 2H 40 1'xllrr 4.7'
1 / ) i iHci-ola, '..unly. Florida.JAM I 11111\' 'y Iltl I" Deen
HW'. of NE 1t..II
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"II" 21rt\ W-of oenter of ptFes'Mid 119----------------------------3 18 81' I liodxe. H W0 1,01 Lot. 90 .. .. 15 ZI 5 Unknown ___. 1.T ,
I.ot -$8.------------------------------------- .---- -- -- 14
and N Itne .. .. .
ICY on ot NW" ofN11 -- ?-?-?-?----- -- 15 18 I ___ 1.1 7 ,
Lot 112 .. II 8. It 5 Crum.J H--.. 1,0' Lot .1 ---.-.--.--------..--; 14 nownJ .
W n5 tt
"" run 8 197 tt E to Ittf --?"---??--?--- ---- ?-- 'r .. 15 5 i-_ 1.11.
> LAt 127 _.: _.: . __.. .. aa I' al 5 Unknown __.,J' 1.01 Lot J06 --?--.-----. 14
'Va, then N.Weaterly along aah1 - -
: -a----- 80 Unknown _
15
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1'he eminole Land & Inv ? --- ----- 2B 1.1T
itt of Way to beW-__ 11 III as 11 ; .d ao C t
: 1 wllson Mra lily' or "n Fracfl except Ely" of NE Lot 1 ... :-.... : 11 GreenJ. -w.
/ OIa V -----_ a.lt E or Canal 'and 301,4 of HE% ex. The .i; iLd..T v. Co: SubDlv f
..rg4&r """f iot-i-run----W EIichi 24.. 2628. 40 Unknown ---- 1:911 cept, Timber Lease to the Klialm- and !. ofLpSW .

then lee Lumer Comp..nr _..._....._..._,.__ 113 28 81 and W % ofSES4, --e------- 17 1 30
K 7.4 chs alongftt 16' 81 I Unknown _____ 1.08 ? I Cornell W Hu .1.01
N-EaaterJr t.ot 8& ___ __. ...___ _.__
of Way I... cha to 10. ----------------:--------,---- 83 16 81 Unknown\ _____ 1.0aIAt 14ot 74 .- +-- .. 17 18 30' II Unknown _. 1.0J
.. --- ---.---- ------? .-
--. ----------------------- a.- .
- 1.01
ef.uChcfioii.ID of 38 .211. 28 1 Unknown _n_ 1.78 I.o-------------------------------- sa 26' 81 6 Unknown _____ 1.08 Lot 117 ---.----...---r-- ----- 17 18 CO II Unknown __ .
Belt' wr Unknown __ 90 -6 20 6... Unknown 1.01
Lot 18 .. ---------.-------
ut Lot 4 run N 11.81 chs E 1.18 cha _. -------------- ---- ---,,---- 33 26 911 6 1.03. Lt 11 18 10 Cochrane O P 1.01
Lot ,20 _________ ___ ______._______ Unknown _____ t -.---.-.----... --.- ----?-- 1 ,
K 11.62 chs W 1.18 cha to beg___..... 86-282N 8 Unknown' 1 t 11 IAot 21 h II 81 5 Unknown _____ 1.08 Lot 9108 r.___..._'.._______. 11 28. 30 1 Unknown .__.' 1.01
70 ---.---------------------?-- 81'
Lot I less yds square In Nm Cor__::. 1 26 28 U Johnson -Mra I..t 25 18 81 5 Unknown---- 1.0& ''h. SemlnolsLand & iSnt Co.'s SubDlV .

6.OA nn---- U 26. 81 5 Unknown ____ 1.01 of kSft : ... 14
of
-- Lot U _____ E. -- i9 2
NWyS4 cf NE" and 8E" cf SW" ___ 25 2T 80 Clark .YHE--.- 3,9E Lot 27 __ ___.00-----------------___ ________________ 31. 2Y6 81 r 5 Unknown _____ 1.01 Lot 15 ---- -..----.--. --.-----.. 2 I Unknown ....--1.08 _
of NW nn -
NW"," % -----..________ 126 YT 10 tveY'E lit 479 sa 81 5 Stewart, W A._ 1.0& Lot 18 19 30 Unknown __ 1.01..
,--- I..t 31 ___ __ ._____ ____________ ---- ------------------------ I
or aw % --- JlO 26 27 40 Unkhcwn 1'18 81 u U 21 11 10 radley. J A 2.71 Lot 50 19 16 ao Unknown ____ 1.01
---- Lots 34. /7. t --------?--------------------
Mar B Morgan. hub-1)Ir of Lot 1 1 EA 28 4,11., _------_--__-_--_-_-_-__-_ U 16 11 5 Unknown u___ 1.01 Lot 81 ---- 11 16 ao Unknown ._ 1.0a +
Lot 39 ___ ___ __ __ ___ -------------------- -- -
Lot A Block 8.____________;:_____ 1 28 28 2 Strickland A J 3.34 Lot0 __ _00___ _"__u_________-_________ as 28 al 6 Unknown _____ 1.03 Lot: 97 ________________.______r---- 11 28 aG I )alah C li.__ 1.01 }
NARCOOSSEE Lot 67 ____ __ sa 81 5 Bronson. J 0._ 1.03 The 'Semlnole Land & Inv Co s Sub-
Lets10YMand1ffi1. Blk F ------________ Unkncwn --.-- 1.09 Lo----------------------------------- --------- ------------- sa 26 11 1Tilton.\ 0 n ___ 1.01 I Dlv or An ------- -...------.-.-.. 20 .; ao
88 26 31 II Unknown ____ 1.08 Lots. I and 4 20 21 10 10 nmJon. Eva_ 1.1
\ -------------------- --
Lot 18 Blk U -- -----------_________ Galas. J A. 7M Iot H2 -::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: U 28 81 5 Unknown u___ 1.01 1 Lob. 36 U. 12. tl ----------------,--- 20 16 10 10 Haymaker. S.r .
Lot 18 Blk U _____ : ,J A ::;:: SubIIV Leta 85 and 10 30 10 s.1.61
-u 0&1&11 t7tl The Seminole Land & Inv Co:. ------ --- ------- I -
7 Blk 48 _____ I, 101 and 108 20 10 JG Emery, 1.11
Lot --------- --------- Stamler :Mrs or all except Timber Lease tothe I.ta -------------------- A... JI
Nora 1,08 KI."lmmee Lumber Company 2T 81 1 Lot 118 ___ __ ___ _________--______ 10 I 30 5 Lester ____ .1.01 rl
Lot 6 Blk 111 ___ __________ ______ ()alas. J -A--:::: :,78 Lot 6 ._. __ _ ____ _ __ ___________ : 37' 31 1\\ Chase. G 5f.___ .81 l.t 117 _____ ____ _____ 10 I ao 5 Scraggs. B ____ 1.01 '
Lot 1 Blk 61 _u_____________________ Unknown _u_ ..78Lut Lot 11 _ __ __________________ 4 27 31 5 Baird. noo_ .88 The Seminole land & Inv lo.'a Sub- ;
Lot 8 Hlk 71 _______ _____________ o..la.. ., J A __ 00 .1M Lot0 _ . __ __ __ ______ __ ________ 4 17 31 6 UnknownJ _____ .88 Dv or "1 except NW14 of NW % __ 11 28 ao
8 Hlk 77 _____________ __ ..78Lt 4:7 31 6 Unknown __ .88 14 EJ V 1.n
--00------- Hunt. u Lot 61 __ __ __ ,___ ___ ______ n I ---------------------- 1 1 14 Richards
1\\ Blk 98 ------00-------_________ Hunt. ML __00_ .78 Lot 614 _._- _-._- _- _- _ _ __ -__-______._-_-_______ 4 27 31 Unknown\ __'___ / .88 Lt 18 ---------------.-------------- 21 I ____ 1.02.
Lot 4 Blk 103 -----------____________. Miller U -- -- -- ..18Fla. I..t 70 _ _ __ ________ ____ 4 17 81 & M..hon..y..J F__ .88 82 -----------------------00-- 11 28 10 Chase. P n ___ 1.4'
Agricultural Co.'s Sub-Dlv or.__ 32 26 31 Lot 76 00 nn 4 17 31 6 John S L __ .88 1.0t 36 _______.___ u________________ 11 16 10 I Unknown ----
Lot 1 ____ _________ _____ __ 31 26 81 20 1.lvermorc. E E 10.)6( In x11 ------------------------4 27 81 Unknown\ __ 00_ .88 Lot 41\\ ----- -- ------------ 11 21 80 Unknown ____ : y
'la. Fruit & Truck Lend Co.''. $ub.llly. Lot)[ 89 : ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: 4 11 31 1Dunham.\ C E__ .88.he Lot. 6..nd 6 --._-___"___ ______ 1 18 &1 10 Wond. ____, 1.01

Lots 11. u.n. 14 Blk D _______00 _._ 16 III 17 40 Fla F & T Land 14..nlnol. Land & IlIv Co.'. Sub- . Lot ____ _.nn_____ .__ ___ 1 U unklQt") ----
______
Co. - 4.22 1.lv or all except Timber Lease. to Lot 88 --------------------00------- 10(
Lots 12 and 18 Blk B u______________ 26 26 27 20 1'n! F & T Land KII'"lmm' Lumber Company 6 4T Lot 89 _.______ ________ _. I >at. n. N' B__ 1.01
_____ 2.48 ------ E7 n 6 Ro .r., S _. __ .88 Lot 104 : : : I' 13 Idrlg n y._ .OS
Cu. ____ - '
n Lot 11 _ __ _ ___ __ ---"-- - ---- -----
nuun t {;
WHITTIER 27 31 6 !\ (' l .88 Lot i
Lo--------------------------------- 12 ----- --------- ----------- 00 Chi p v'Ic c.1---- 1,0$
Lota 6 and 6 Blk 17 u ______._________ Lanier J 0____ 1.08 L't t. -------n--n-n7-------------__ _ ______ 5 27 31 6 l<'ra..l..r.. 1...__ __ .88 i __ ____ _________'--n-- ,
Lots 1 and 2 Blk 21 _____00 _________ Canter J Un__ 1.08 L0---------------------------------.unnun 6 17 6 NaM" A ___.0. .88 The Seminole Land Inv Co. Sub-

Lots. 7 and 3 Blk 21 __ __u____________ Mercllr. L I __ 1.08 Lot 63 __ _. ___ ___ ______ 6 27 88l 5 Unknown ____ .88 Dlv or -----------------0000--' 1 30Lets6a8 .
9 BIk 21 .'_ .78 -- -- - 31 Ii Unknown ____ .88 \ 10 10 Moore: F D.n
Lot 1 6 27
Mercer 1.01 69 __ _.___ __ ------- ------------ II 1,8
> -- - - -- -- -- -
- _:
iiK'--u----m------- _____ 1.31 10 5 Unknown _
KIStiMMEK I 6 17 31 10 Addl.... E Lot 8
I.te. 71 --- ------------------------- 2
Lots 1 and 2 Blk 6 __ .__n___________ 10 Esly. F ___n 1.80 (.ot 76 and,7. -_ _---_-__--_-__-_-_-_--__-_ -_-_-_-_-_-_-_ 6 27 31 Ii Unknown _____ .88 Lot 16 2 30 5 Walker, R J __ 1.01 I

Jots 11 and 14 Blk 12 _____u_.t_____ 10 iqtun. 11 uU 1.80 I..." 82 _u.un_ 6 27 31 6 Hanson, John__ .88 Lot 21\\ --------1---------------- 26 30 6 Unknown ---- 8
Lot 7 Blk 11 _unu___________ 2 % W..lla. W 000_ __ ,88 nn n--n---.u-------- (; 17 31 10 Mark, .J M____ 1.31 Lots. 3 H __nn_____________ 1 26 80 10 LIvermore. E ) 1.0& } .
Lot 3% Blk 14 _____________________ 224 Newellltrs WR .88 I Lots No and 191\ ::::::::::::::::::::: II 21 31 10 Ha'k..ratt.O W UJ Lots and 68, --___--_ _______ 1 30 Y5 Au.tn. 0 B_ J 1 ,.

Lot 6 Ik 16 .____ ___00 ______________ Downing/ J (} I.U The 'Hemlnole Land & Inv Co.'aSubDiv Lot 6------------------------------- U 26 80 ____ 1.03
Lnta. 1. 4 and 16 Blk 18 __________ --- 15 Hurrah F U:: 2.61 of all except" Timber Lease to Lot 1 __ __n________________________ 22 30 6 Horman T T-- 1.09
Lot 9 Blk 16 __un _______________ 1Hraulhton.\ CE 1.17 the KI"lm"'I', Lumber CompanyB 27 Lot - -- -. ------- ------------- U I 10 11).vl.\ .. I ffi1.01
Lolli 18 and 14 Blk 22 ______________ 10 Taylor. Ii Y__ 1.90 Lot 21 ... ... ... __ nn- 8 27 n 6 rnkllown u __ .88 Lute. 109 anY6--------------------- 21 26 10 10 Wood. R.___ 1.1 .
Lots 1 and 4 Blk 14 ____ __ ____________ 10 Wells. W 0____ 1.90 I.ot 23 ____ ___ __ ______ 6 27 31 6 Unknown n __ .8M Lot 1! n-.nn------- U 2 80 1'Vo04.\ R B____ 1.0.
Lots. 7. 10 11. 16 Blk 26 _____ H UII'oln. F A__ 2.U Lot U ______________ __. -_: 6 27 31 8 Wolfe C __ __ .8M Lot -___-__ _-:::::: 1 2 ao 6 Lan4. C A..r.O I '

Lot 11 Blk 27 ___ ______oou_. 2'j, VanAuken 11A .88 Loy7 __ ---- -_ .__ _________ -____ 6 27 31 6S'elbteln. C A .88 The :nii..n & Inv Co.'s Sub- ;
The Seminolo Land & Inv Co.'a. SubDlv Let 60( . . u - . -- u_ ------------ II 27 31 8 Hamlltu" ._ .MM Ulv NE % or 8W04
or NIV4 and E54 or S94 andNE Lute 72 .xuN\ 73 n.n ___ ___ _________ 31 12 Sumee, L III 1.32 except Timber Lease to the Kla..lm-. 1 l ;
54 of N I J.... 11f N W'" and Ii% of N t: '.. ; -'I--------------------------------- = H 31 Unknown; _. = =: :tilS race Lumber Company :----------- 23 26 80Lut .

of NI4 and In of NW, and NI Lot HH . . ._ _ __ __ ____ n___ 6 27 31' 6 \\.Id'n. Ii 1':__ .8H I _--_ -- __- __ ______ ______ __ __-- 23 16. 80 5"'rrr-',--,J -l ____ '
,, ,I.N\\" nr leas 6 27 31 6 :1arahall A __ ,8N I.ot U 30
or NW\4 .
% SWt4 .. .
] l -- -- -------------------------- 1)lekes.. Mrs D
beg N\\ cor run H 97U feet I'; 600 I Lot r4. n :: =:= :: :::::::: :::: Ii 27 31 6 ",','llht. J E __ .33 14.19 ----u______. J' PB 30 t Unknown 1.0= I'

ft, N 1171 ft. W' lilllI rt _. _ _. 6 28 31 The Seminole Land -& Inv Co.'s. Sub- .. 'st 81 __ _______ ______ 2 30 1\\ Unknown _00--___ 1.03 ?
Lot 29 . -.- - .n.nu __ 6 26 31 r. Inknown .n_ 132 Ilk. of ..II I"nt'li except Timber --, lol 46 __ _ ___ ____ _ 23 26 30 I Button F P__ 1.03 ;
LOIS 2. and 25 . uUUq _. r. 26 31 10 Ith.ich. A Mn 218LutK I,'x14' t0 the Klsslnun'e Lumber : Lit 60 26 30 Palmer. J ____ v
8M. 43, 1i9. . .nun. __ __ r. 26 31 16 SnunderN I' E 305 remIant 2i 31Lott. I.UI 62 :: :: : ::: =: :::_:::_:: ::::::::: Y6 3U 6 Unknown __ 1i.0I

1411" 48 and 49. .. nu" .nn 6 26:11: 1" 1'fer) J __ n. 21H RI. :61: 13.; 64: lib,. "i'.t-; ; : = =: : : = : + -27 31: 35 Sannol) 1.,11,4, I Lot 63 _ __________0_ :_ __ 23 Unknown 1t

Lot," 61 and 62 _ .un r. 21); :II 1" l HIII> II tLh_ 21H & III\ C- 31M I..t t . _____ __ __ __ ____ 2 2:6: : B Irranberl, L u= '

1..., r.3 _ . . _ r. 2'; 31 r. Unknown 00 1.32 Lot 21: __ _ _ o.h..un 7 27 31 6 14rown 1. '\ .8H Lot u m ..-h--h. __ ______ ___ 23 30 6 Unknown jt
1..t r.4 . _. n'n' i r. 2'6; al r. 11"kll"w" 132: Lot, :'IV! _ -.uhn.___ ._ 7 27 31 r. \Tllkn..n n __ .8H Lot 6. _ _ ___ __ __h____ 'LS U So 6 Unknown :::: IZ&: SLot

I.ul, 6" _. . . . u. Ii 26:11: 6 1'nluonu _ 132 14,1. 42 - -.- __ __ __ _h.U .__ 7 23 31 6 I'ol".wn. u. ..88Lil HI _ _ ___ ___ ___ 2 26 3u 6 Unknown __ 1.0& IV I-
'1Io 1"1111,1.. Lund &. In" cot.. SubI11 I H:' . .uunn__ -_ -_ 7 27 :n. r. 1'"I".wn _ .8M Lot 96 _ -- __ -.- -- __ __ _--__ __ 2 26 30 6 liatos E _ __ 1.0&
of Fay of N1: and S\V 1,4 ofNKV4 L..I !90, -.- -.- .nn. _ __ __ 7 27 ::11 .: 5; I'"knnwn _ _ .8M I.t _. _ __ n.nnu _ 26 31' Unknown 1.08
and SES4 of neV' and, &y of Lot 11\\ __ _ _._ .. ___ __ _ _ __ _._ _ 7 7:11: r I'"k'n _ __ ..88.L"t I"t Ilu __ __ _____ ___ ____ 2 26 f Darner 14 n__ 1.03
H\\'S4 or N\\"I. a1 $ 'h -7 211 31 121 1 - -.- n. .. ..- _.u 7 27 31 6 l'II\'n\ _ _ .88 107 __ ______oonn_ ____:_:: :::_ 26 118 I 6 Unknown'._ __ 1.08
Lola 2 and Iii _.00. .-__ .-_ 7 26 :11: I" Smith I. C. __ 211i ti.. S'm\nol\ ,' land IlL In" 4 o.'i SubIlly nunhhU________ 23 2r. :\. 6 "nknowlI __ _ 1.113
Lot 36 UP" _nUu.nh. 7 26 3.. .5 1:1.M II. I32 I I'I \ of all Fnltl. except Tlml..r xLean : 1,0,1'8 1"1 ..1111 lH uuuu ___ __ _. _ __ 23 26 31 10 Wills. C A ____ 1.61
Lob 60 ..n.1 63 ._ . . h_ 7 211:11: lo. ru8hnlan. l\lrIlJ. 218 I .. Ito 1IM..III1"1I'. I.umh'r Co x 27 31 lei _ 23 26 31 5 Unknown ___ 103
Lot rl 00. . . .. _ . 7 26 31 r Voluuwn 132 : Lot. 12 I .n . . -r.-- II 27 31 r. I'nluux n .A8 Lnt 1 2 n.h.hh.h_____ 23 26 30 I 5 Unknown __ 1.03 Ir

Lot 62. n. . _. 7 26:11: r. "kll"WIi 132 Ii.t 17 _ ._ _ _ ___ __ ._ h 27:11: 6 I'\n\ ._ ,88Iot Lot. 124 _n.uuu.nnn___ _ _. ___ __ __ _ __ 23 26 3" 6 Unknown _-___ 1.0'
Lob 1i8 Mod 77 . .nuu. 7 26:11: In" I'1. .d. F '; 218 '1!' _ 8 31 I'nlnoxi ,88 The nJnuh I laaud -
1..1 79! . . __ _ _ 7 211:11: 5 Kllklxnd 1 :51 I: 132 ,I'Lot:::: 41 - . h = : : = : =: : : := : : = = 8 n ::41: r. t'nluu: : :: :: : : : :: .88 )lt.;of all &' env.r Co.'s Lease Sub- 1

Lit H4 -.- __ , 7 26:11: r. 1'nkno wLul n, 132 1.1 .2 h..u _. - - 8 27 31 r l'nlnow) u. 88 N'.4 to the Klaa/lm./' .e Lumber Co.084__ 2r. 1

H. ._ ._ __ _ 7 2':11; : r hukuuwu I 182Lot : 11.4:1' : __ .. . . __ 8 27 :(1 5 L'uknowi _ _ .88 Lot ,2 ___ ______ __ ________ ____ ____ 2 26 31 .
03 h _ __ . . . . _ ; 2.:11; : r I'tlkrn.xn. 132 I Lot, H _u. .- . hUH' "-- I' 27:11: r. ..I"n . (..8Lai Lit 5 24 26 31 I Nub..t. H C__ 1.0a (
Lot !.6 _ . __ __ i. 2'U; : r. t'uknox u 1 1:12L..la : _ __ _ v 27 b Unknown .88 -n--h-hhm---n---m---- f : -
I'.. 112 113. 12' . . _ 7 26. :81 20. Ketln' t .\ II ::11'2 i I Lot: H I. n t'nkn0w .88 Lot 2(. . _ _ __ _ 44 2A Shudlam, E :: Uf
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Lot 1"4 d. _. . . _ 7 26 31 r. 1'nknnxu I:1'LLot : . : : - - : - : = :: : = : ::- : a 27 5 1',1know. : : ::= .58 Lot Lot 21 ._ _. ... __ -- _ _ ___ 2 26 30 6 Unknown ____ 1.01

116; .hUn_ 7 26 31 r. L'ikuox' a . 1 ::12 I" -.- . -.- . _ -.- -.- .nn._ 827 :31: r. llnkn0wn _ __ .88 Lot 32 . .Hmun. __ 221) :: 6 Unknown U3
____ _ 318 Ii Unknown ::::
, Sub1)1 11..1 .uh.h.u
1'1. S'ml".I. land & I. rn'x 49!' h'.n_ h 27:11: r. C..k..own _. .8XLul Lot 43 __ 24 30
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Lot "Ifi, of all I"'l't- :N't-; .or. .n'N\4. .. __ .n'. 18 I' 2/0 2' ::11 31 6 \\.Iull. F 1'_ I Ili ''I :: 51 611'I' = = =.= : - : = : = =: .37 n S t1I1k l'nlcioi::: I11t1.:: : =: =: ..88.88I.o1 Lit Lit H 66 -u-. .. .- . . ---h.nhmm .___ __ 24 24 26: 30:: : Ludlow Unknown, E 8-:: U3

Lot al: . . Ih 2''; 31 r. 1'1.1. III.: : 1.17 i Lot 52 e 7 : f'nknuxn h. - hnhuu Y0 g Unknown i
80
Lot ::18 . _ h- _--_ .- -. -__ .- _- Ih 2' 31 r. < '''art. It .\ . I 117 ,I ::::: 53 -.- n" = = = := m- v 27 jg 'o t'nknown: : : = :: = : -XX .Lot I.ot 73 HI 0__ __ __ __ _ Y4 / Yt Unknown :::: U3 ,+

Lot 6r. \i. ._ _ _u __ . . 1h 2''; 31 I.; I'oknown. . 117 11.1 rol u . nH. h 27 31 I 6 l'II\II"n\ 0. -..88L.ol 1.01 H2 H.n..u .h _ 2 20 6 Unknown 1.0S
. _ H 26n: r. 'I'tempct.' ,1' I. 1.17Lot _._ _._ _ __ --.n.nn.u __ .. 26 2u 6 Unknown ____
I.o 71'! - 0.0. r.3 n.n 8 27 :al r FIII"11 __ .88 Iot 84 H 103
__ __. ______ _ 26 '
_ Unknown
. _ __ I8. 26 al r. KI".loury.'J 1 117 aO I ____ .
Lots III'II'; nod 12\: . . .u -_ ___ ___- _- I' 2. ::11 I", :l1.'h.\. I 19!'", Lot: :: 17 - - : =: : :: :: : : :: _::: : :: .. g II 31: tt::: ::,:: .,:: -.- = = : -.$0.8)59 I I.ot Lot 90.(4 -- . _ ..._ _ __ 24 24 26 26 ao I r..r. )'. U J __ __ 1.0& 1
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Lot 128 _ _ _ n__ __ ___ .u_ 18 2''; 31 6 \\.ld..lI.. l' __ 1.1; - . . . .. _ _ . 8 27 'II 5 I'l.1 10wn .3!I lots. )7.. -d'li2'- nhh-- 26 3\t:1"\ I Unknown ___ 1.01
Th.Brminnl.. L..I. & Inv eo' Hub-, I &I..., 614; : . . ... . : H 27 31 6 ( 'nl< llO"nI. .{yLO Lot 106 :== : =-: = :::::::: : 2 26 80 I Cllnll'rman. sn 1.U
Div or all .IX..I'I I-II-J 4. nr NI'w, "x ' 1.1 .oJ, __ . . h 23 31 Ii l'nluown, .,I I Lot - -- -- :- 24 26 30: 5 rCk.MJ tZ: ,

......I 1'111I1.,.r' Lcux... I.. the KIMftlmLu..h. Lot 62; _ _._ _ _. . 8 7:11: 1\ I'nkn" o f I: Lit g ::::::: =: : :=:::: :: :=:: 2. 6 l V _
II,,, . r .cooyxn) 19 2''; 31 11..1 6::8 ----------------------------------I;( r. ( '111., ,, "( .8!I S. minilr I Land -Inv- .. 26:1 KI'chIOS"'. o! J
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Lot 7 - "nn I..t. R'/; . . - 7 31 5 I'nltII.8))I Illv ur all .. .. to
. . 19 26:11: f. duiuo." 111.1! .xceJt Tlml.r "
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21 I h. .S..m I 11..1. Lalld & III\' ...e Sub the Klaalmm..e Lumh'r Co. 25 26 30 ,
. _ I !' 2':11; : r. I'uknuxu I 111:1:1 ---- ---- j
1..t Lot. ::11 41 . uH" IU: 2.n: r. l'uknoxu 'lo'J II l :,'. KINNII11it) all: '?1.::' l.Utnl.r(: ;:;:: ";Conpaoy:t Ls, ,lu_ !9 27 31 Lot 89 .--------.------ -- ---- -___ ,. __ 26 26. 30 { Seminole Land

1.lIt 41 .. . I II! 26; ::11 r. I'"kll" ULot I.'" '''I..., I & Inv Co __
----------------------I: 27 : 5; _ .AI I I
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"I . I !' 2'; ::11 5 I'"kll" _.. -._ 1":1: Lot I . - _ _ -.- -.n !9 7n: r. I": "I.' ::1"11 B It .til)1 r..I. 3 -.- ______ .-.. .._ .. .u._ .. __ 26 2R 30 6 Unknown ____ 1.3 4'LIIt
I.", 'ir., - II! 2':0; : r. l'uku0wu _._ I u:,4 Lot r. . nhh.u _ h_ !. 2 7n: 5; ltu'I".M.. C Hn .81)j f7 _ __ n__ ___ ___ __________ 26 26 30 8 Unknown ____ 1.03
1.1 7' 26 l Su 'Itsou. 151 Ili' Lot . . ___ __., .________ 26 26 SO 6 ,
Lol, 7 u J 1t
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Lot 7' 26 Inknoxn, I I.... It; ---------------------------I 27 31 6 I'nknxn __ .MI), _____ __ __ 26 26 30 10 I. M__ 1.61
1.t hll u h 19! 2.:11: r. I'ikuoxu . l1.J 1 11,.., I 19! __ .__ ___ nuu. 9! 27 31 r. \Tnl.wn _h._ .81 j Iota 119 and 122 .___uu_ ___ __ 21 26 30 10 1)..11. F K__ ___ ,1.61 ',
Lot hI -.. -.-.- -.. I IA! 26 ::11 Ii thlkuowu ''n 1 Utut 3 Lot 2r. ---------------------I 27 31 G UIII.II."n. .'O__ .HI I 12.1 - __. _ __ ___ _______ ______ 26 30 5 Unknown ____ 1.0S '
82 . ]II! 20 ::11 r. I'.k''nown. H'U 111.l.ut :' Lot 2'; 0. The 1i."lnnJ. Land & Inv Co.'s. BubI .
I> 27 XI 6
26 31 6 I'nkuawo J u..u.uuu-- 1I"lIjamln.. F U ,9)I I t _ _ __ __ _ _ __ 211 26
no PI".r'l. 30
Lot::: 1 3 ._- _: . : g 2fi 31 5 .lone-, \V --f._ : 1:lO r I;i: d I:::): 31 3"', r- .n.n -_ = = =_- =: = :_- : : = _- :: :::: ;: 2- f 31 31 r. !l'nkuuxII'nknown::: :::: :: = =:: :,8)8)):)): n.1 -------n.u 26 26 311 6 Barnes. 0__

1..t 111 . i1! 26; 31 Ii C" k II.." II . . 111'4' Lot _ _ _ _ __ __ ____ ____ ____ Lnt 2.4 26 26 30 1 1.6
'rho N. niJool. la,1, k I luv co'S, SubLtv Lot: H' --------------------------I- - 9 : f !) 5 t'nkuow I',1kuow: : !I Lot ::: :::::::::::::::::::=:::::: 26 26 80 : Stewart.Hall. $1 :: : '1
: : : : I
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..r..11 ..xc.-ptV'\ ...r11<: '. 18,1,1S'y Lot -: :: === : : Lot 28 6 tM 18
- - - -- -- - - - - - -- --- 5 l'Ilutowi : ::::: : U 20: IZ Unknown
\ of SF: S: 181111 14E'4 0f SW' '. .xcept : Lot 64 . __ 9 27 dl 5; 1'lIk'wn _ Lot 27 ::::::::::=:::=:::::::: :: }
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Timber L1ai, to the Klsslnl18110 Lot 1)2 1 17 5 1'niuUx, nO J..tft 3. O. 7U __ __ __ _____ _____ 28 26 30 Donmoyer
Lumber Company ____ ______ 20 26 31 Lot: :R8; = = : :: : : : :: ::: :::-: :: =::==::: r. Y' i : b I'ukrywn::: :: : :: :.84,88 I Lit 26 21) 30 1 Abrams, W WA S 1.18 '

Lot 3 _ _._ _. _00----------- .0 26 31 6 Perkins. II C__ 1.03 Lots1 and 74 ____ ___ _______________ .9 27 31 111 Unknown _ 1.32 Lot 63 :::: _: :::: :: : =:::::::::::::::: 26 26 80 6 Unknown :: t81

Lot 7 _. _ _ hUu------- 211 26 31 6 Puckett JV__ 1.03 Lot 77 .;. ___________ I' 2i 3J Ii Unknown ____n_ Lots 611 and 77 ________n_________.__ 26 30 10 Stillwell. Z n_
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Lot .2 _. . __ _00.__________________ 211 26 31 6 Unknown _____ 1.03 Lot 7M -. 9:21: 31 II Unknown ::88 Lot 76 -- ------- ------_____________ 26 30 5 Unknown 1.8
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l..ot 4M'T..._---- ---...-- 20 16 31 6 Hhlffer 0 C__ 13 L,t. 711 __-______..._.__-___.._________ 27 31 6 Unknown _____ .118 Lot 78 -------__________._____. _____ 18 28 30 6 Sher man. J 1 ._ 1'
Lot 66 _ _-- -.------:...---.---.--.-? ,10 26 at 6V111s. A Ii "__.. 1.0& l.uta.83 sod 95----------------3_._ .9 21 31 10 Marsha J _. __ Lot 97 -----?-_______________.._____ 16 26 30 6 Carl.on. 0_._ .41
111- _
Lot 104 nH____________--.ru211' 2. al '. 6 Jr0Wn- It _...._... 1.03 Lot --- --.....--.---wr.-.1: ".?.-.- 9 1/7 31 Unknow"\ .____ 1.81 Lot Lot -.,_.,________.__r"-?___.___ 2. 28 10 6 Unknown ___ 1.03.
The H..mlnole I.and & Inv Co. .. Sub. . Lot M. ----."' a............- Ws 1K1u."y., ( 127 U 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 114 .- ._ ._.. __ 26 J8 80 5 Unknown ____.
Ph' or all 'ra.tl except" Timber 0 Lot )3 ____-______.._-. -. __..___..__....._ 9' 17. U' 6 Unknown ___,.. ,88 Lot ---_.+... ....r.rrew.rM4.e--r- t6 18. 30 Unknown I.Gj
1.e1se t" h.' KI..al""nt Lumbert'utnpnn Lot 94 __ __ n_____"__.._ _____________ 9:27: U 5 Unknown __.__ .88 117..r_._.... _. __. .. .." IS 18 80 6 Doop. C lYa'
) - 21 26 31 Lot 96 ._ n _ _. 00 __u...:_____________ 9 21 8\ 6 Unknown .____ .88 Lot H: : -. : Unknown
_ .. . . 21 2r. al 6 L""kll""n _ 103 > Let ::: ::: :: :: = :=:: 2:8: .f o
Lot 12 u ''L..t . . . __ __ __. __ 9 27 31 Ii l'lIknown _'____ .88 : : : 2 Davis, O wd I
. . 2.. 26 :31 I 5 11'allon. \\' . . 1.3 IUII Lot 127 ___ ___ 81
__ __
Lot 1 18 - - I I..., . . __ _ nn__ __ _ I' 7 31 6 t'nkno"n __ ___ .88 -- ::28 30 6 Unknown ____ 1.0a
Lot 31 - - 21 26:11: 6 Unknown .n 103Lot \ I..t JI\: -.- -.- -- - - -. -.- -- -___ 9 27 31 Ii ( '''k"own .MM Tho S.I""le Land & Inv Co.'s Sub-
46 21 26 31 6 Unknown: _ _ 1113 I.ut _ l 31 Uh Plv of all except Lease
Th.' 1i..I.I.. 1".1 & In" (11 .II SubIliv Lot:: m : = : - : = : : - = = ::- = := : 9 H 31 6 6 ltnknowi I7uknown$8:: ::: ::: =: ,84: o: Sy und N'% or Wl4'lml"r to the KI..lmI. on-

of 1-1''y of 1..t.. 3. 4. 6,1, Nl4 j, ofLot. Lot 121 . h..h..n 9. 27 31) r. L'IIIon _ .88 J.uml.r company _ __ __ u__ 27 26 30
6 xud 7 xc..\\.t Timber Lease tithe '1'1", Senllllnh. Land & Inv CO.'II Sultl'lv h Lots 7. 11 26 _ 26 80
Klat.lnun. .... Lumber, ('..m\\...,,)' 2r. 26 31 .f SV'2 except. Timber L'nM, ((0'h. Lot:: 411 2.3 . :: : = : : :=:= := : ::::: H 211 30 20 6 VanSyckle Unknown AM u: .

Lot 3' . 2r. 26:11: 6 "kno"n 'I . 1\13\ .' Klsxinul'r' Lumber Co. 10 27 31 Lut 57------------------------ 30 i
Lots 4" and U - -.- . 25 26 31 1" ehamh"rlalnC'; 161 Lol 6 -.- - .n..unu.nnu.- II 27n; 6 1'lIk"u" .HM Lot 66 . = = = == : = = :_ == ::: = : = := : : g : 30 g Hummers Macember.CC l U:

Lot. .2 . .u.u u. _ 25 26 31 6 l'nkll"" II _ 1.\13\ Lot. II _._ _ _._ ..u..uu. In 27 31 5 "nkllow" .'nu_ _ "M Lots 69 76 27 26 30 30 :
Lot. 61 SulUlv -. 21i 26 3\\ 6 Knapp, t' LL. 103 Lot U. ._ un. ._ _._ _ _._ _ _ _.. _ _.._ I" 27:11: Ii t'nkn0w n n .88 Lxt:: $4 = : = - - : = :: =- :- : = :: :: 27 281 30 6 Earher Unknown, M H.: Ul '

TIH' H.I..I. Laud Ml Inv co.'s Lot 24 .p..u .nnu..n I" 27 31 Ii ( 'arl<'r.-I. 11. .8K Lt 86 - - - 26 30' -- -
-
of SE'a of. Nis'p: xnd. N'", IIr SFVi1x Lot :'Is u h'h.u.nh'UU _' I" 27 31 6 L..e. IIIrll N E._ .H8 Lot: 99 __ = = = = = = _ -_ =: -_ -_ = _- : = :::: n 16 30, f McNeil.Unknown 13 :: U: c,

1.1 p1 TI"I'r Luse It. 1'o KI..MIIII.u"I'r ) ) Lot 43 u. . .u..unU __._ I") 27 al 6 Unknown _ _ .H8 Lots. 111 and 108 u. n_ __ _ _ 27 26 10 A
m1e ]. I''ml''fI, 26. 26 :31 I Lutz 63 xnd 6.) u.u.nhhun. ._ _ 1" 27 31 1" 1'f'r5un Mra It 132 Lit 1 __ 31 30 1)oebel H C__ 18
Lot H 26 26 31 r. Hlggln& C Coo 103 Lot 70 _ _ _ - _ _ ___ __- to n 5 l'nkoown 88 Lot:: 12h = = = := = = = = ::: : = : H : 30 g Unknown Unknown ::: :
:
Lot 6.. 28 28 3J Ii U1luuwn, hn 1.03 I 14-------------------------------:: 10: 'L7 H 6 Unknuxn:: -- -- = = : :88 The Seminole! Land & Inv ','.. Hub1.I'I 1

Th.. H.III"'" 1.x11,1. & Inv 'II'M SubIly Lnl 1"3. .u..u.n.uh. I" 27 31 r. lnwr. L..u .HM of A I. 28 YB 30 41

Ol SFl, or NI<: xnd' 1V 'y ofNE' Lot 706 -.- p".un d.h. -.nu 1127 31 5 Trrd. II 1------XX 18 - - h - - - - - 28 28 3o 6 'Iemmon
11111\ S-3and, NI'1: ..r NV'Aexc. 1.0112.. .n"U.un. .- - _ _ -.-"___ 10 27 31 5 l"IIknu" .88 Lot 23 _-.- .u. .. .-.- _-.--_--__- 2M 26 30 6 Unknown. EP__ IGS
lOt '1 ,unb..r I I...a M, '" "'Ia..hll'n. 1'1",. Srminxl I ', Land & IlIv Coa ub11)v n. Lit 29 . 28 ___ .
..... 1.1)I..r ''PoI..ill' ) u' 27 26 :n ) of NI- and N'r or 1114 and..!!),;'( ... ; .36 : = .= = : = u : = : ::: f Unknown U:
Lot
Lot 2" . . . 27 26:11: 6 (Jo "",, .n 1./13/ orSI<: ',. a1 1\1.: or NW ). -.- _ nn 9 26 30Lott. ) 28 26 80 terIf ::
Lot 49 .n..u.- 27 26 31' 6 1'alk.r.. J S. 1.113Lotll 38. 43 and 44 9 214 30 IlunntoyrrVA Lut: U = = = = h' = = : = : =::: 28 26 30 6 Vo {I; wnE- u: +,1

r.l. 62; 67. 78 - 27 26 31 20 1t..M.. W \\'._ 2.76 Lot: N' _. _ _ __ __ _ := :::: =::: _: :::: 9 28 314:: 2g Johnson. S____ Ui Lot 91 - - - ' 28 26 HD 6 6 ::::
Lot 114 . 21 28 31 4 1'a.k.-r. A n__ 1.03 Lot 61 .u.h.U___ 9 26 3" 5 17nknow11 1.32 Lot 102 _: =: - _= - = = := -- : : 28 28 30 6 liaxler. R A:- .08 i

Lot H2 ; 26 31 6 Unknown ___ 103 Luis 67. 76. 93, 94 .un.nun..n __._ 9 26 3" 20 Harn..r. J nu C___ 3.92 Lot II. _-.- _-.- h ._ 2M 211 6 McDonald I C 1.03 +
Lot 1110! . . 2 21) 31 I 5 'o"'r U 1'__ 1.03 Lot III _._ _.__._. _ __._.__ _ _un 9 218 318 6 Unknown 1.32 Lot I) .- . ._ .. . _n_ 28 211 31 II Unknown Unknown ___: 1:0&:
Th.. S1ntnole Land & Ins cu 's SuhPh..r Lot IH hu..u.u.huu __ .___ !9 26 30 Ii Unknown _'n._ 132 :8IIII 28 26 I ____ 1,0&
:
Lots I. 2. 3. 4. r. amt N'/s\ ofN The 14pmln..l. Land & 1ur Co.'s. Subl118 n :: ,;d126. =_ _. = .. : : = 28 26 g Ig N :t"n.Uf

IV' and SN :NwSN: rzc. plTlnll. or HIuf NI': '" and SI'/ _h.__ I" 26 3"' Lot 119 .h - -. . "_ .n _ 2H 2'; 30 5 :
...r Lenxe 1"h, KInI nurser Lot 62 u.n.n___ I" 26 30 8 'nkno" n 1.42 Lot 124 h..U _ . .. _-.- 2M 26 30 6 Unknown ___ 1.03
Yt:' 2r. :n . ___ u 1.01128 ____ 1.0&
Lunb. I' c0081'IInl u u Lot 61 - - -nuu.nn .n 11)) 26 30 6 Ullkno" II __ 1.42 --- - :8 26 30 6
26:11 6 ('nk".. . 1 03Lo .n .u.h.h.- Stmpkins. L B 1.03 >
Lot 7 .- . 2y:' : x II 0. 1'he Semnole Land & Inv Co.'s. SubUlv The H..mlnol( Land & Inv ('u.'s SutDlv
H - 2 9:' 28 3. Ii ( 'lIkn""' uu 103 or nil "Xl'ppt 111'", or N'>io _ ___ II 26 30 of E'% ofkS4 and S\t'A or -

I.ol \. 20:' 26 3.. Ii I.k"wn 'u" 103 Lot 4H p u. .huun_-_ II 26 30 6 Sears. T __ __ 1.42 N\\'V. Tlml..r'L..a"NJo\4 -
Lot. 1" - 2"! 26 31 Ii Un known un 103 Lot 6" . -- . - .uuh. -.- ._ II 26 30 I r -Unkno" u I.U Illd nr except 1118
L9 26 31 r. (Unknown _ __ 103 _._ . __ hh SW' NR'4 and NW' to Klxxlm- k
Lot 76. II 26' 3" Ii _
Lot 2:1: - - -.nnnun. Hnlsh J . 1.32 Lumber Co .. . 29 26

Lot Lot 228 u - 29 29:: 210 26 31 31 0 Unknown Unknown __ .u.. u lOa 1113 Lot 141(5: ( 114 83 "nd- 94- = = = : = = -- = = = = -- : : ::..= = == : II 11: 26 26 39 39:: 111 5 Sllltnrp) 'uknuk:: !IR.n _':::: n Lot Lit 69 II .- .- .- ..-.. ...- - uu.. ...- .-u-. _._ .. 29 29! 26 26 30 30 31 6 Hun'h. H JV 1.03

2i' 2':11; r. Unknown _. __ - 6 Smith
1031 H
Lot 2t! - 1..1.16.. -.u - - UhUUU. II 26 ::1" f. ('IIInow" 132 1'he Land & Inv ( 'oa C
- 29! 211 31 6 Unk.lOwlI . 1113 Lot 126 . ._ II 26 3 r. t'ol.nnxt1, 00_ H'milol" SubDlv
Lot o6a - - -.uu..n. 132 of Nt
NSy land _
Lit :
Lot 711 . . . 2I! 26 31 5 Unknown ._ n 103 The 'n11oU1. land & Inv Cn'a Sub- Lots If 4 3'', h
: 41.! 6. .
Lot H6 . . 29:. 2'; 31 Ii Unknown U' 103 1'1of all except :Ney; 1t N\\ ... _00 12 26 ::1'1 Lit 3\.4.. . _- .. -.- u..n. :::12:12 26 ::1, 20 :11.. C J----- 2.71 '

Lot 1(13( :! . . 2B! 21I; :91 b Unknown ohM. 1113 Lots 16 and 18 _.u. un_ _ _ __. __ 12 6 3" I" :N/,.tloe. 1\ :\1. 237 Lots 97 and 112 .-. .H. ._h._ ... 32 2R 26 3'31, Ii Thomas F L 103
Lot IU'; 2i' 26 31 Ii UnkllowlI h. 1.03 I..t --14------------------------------ 26 30" 5 ( 'lIkn",, . _ 132 \Ib.. S"mllll.. laud & In" 4''a- SubUlv 10 J 0_: 1:81':
The 1"11I111,1. Land & I'" ro '11 SubIv I.ot Hli. .u..nnuuh. _- _____ 12 26 3" 5 ( 'nk''n 132 of all exct'pt Fay "r NEV4 and

I ) of allxc1Pt. sly "f SW' ',4 orH Lot. 91 u.UU"Uhn _ __ _ __ 12 26 3') Ii I'"k"o' u, 132 Sly "r St(14 __ _ __ _._ .. _ 33 21) 3" 1
F'S. .x..l't Tlm..1' I.,0.4. to tlH 1,11"4. . .. _.n.np.n.uun 12 ::26 3U 6 I3.n... H 1.34 J ot .3 .. _ _._ _n : 33 26 31/
Klsalnun..e Lumber (.m ,ply------, :IH 2 fi 31 I The S"II1I".I. Land. & Inv Co.'s Sub1)1 u h. 6 Seminole lAnd

1.ut ::1 _MO' .n 311)) 26 31 6 Hut..r. It 1113 Iv or All _ u.u..u.. 13 21) 30 ..-.. Lot 17 . . . 33 & Inv. Co. __ 1 33 r

Lot l __ __ 30 26 31 6 I.Inculn II I' 1113 Lot 19 _._ . __ _._ _ __ __ _____ __ __ _ 13 26 3'1 I 6 Snyder. J------ 117 Lot. - .....u._ _- ..hnn.. .. 33 ::26 26 30 6 Rogers. 8______ 1.03 J '
Lot 21 __ .00' 311 26 31 6 JlandrnbushJ 1 113: Lot 33 .n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ ____ __ 13 26 .31() I 6 Unknown ill Lot 1 _- 3U 6Vblls. A M____ 1.01 '
Lot. 4:1: u. -.- - __ 311 26 31 I 6 lhknown . ]Ilia Lot :t9 . -.- -.u. _ _ nn_. __- 13 26 3n 6 Painter J' nn N __ 1.17 u .' ." U"h'. .."..U"'U. .. _ 33 26 26 30 6 I..e. W H____ 1.03 '(
Lot 64 - - .00 :\11 26 31 I 1. I'ann en. . .1183 I.'a lill) and iii __ __.nnnnn__ 13 26 30 10 Dale, 51 M.h_ 111" 1.,31.. .nd, - .n 3 30 5 White. D F____ 1.01 .

Lot 66 . - .___ 311 26 31 6 Unknown hh 1 1113( Lot 67 ___ _ _________ 13 26 31)) II Babcock V. M 117 Lola li3 and r.1 _u. . -_ -. _ _ 33 26 30 10 Col.man, C A__ 1.81 4 I
Lot 711 . . . _ -.-__ 311 26 31 6 UnkrvowlI _.. In\:\ 1,11' fi\: . _ .u..U.hnnu 13 26 30 Ii Palp. III l'oL. _ 1.17 Lot HJ. _ .. .u.. ._h._ __ 31 26 26 30 10 Hammond L C 1.11
Lot 911 -.- . . -. 30' 26 31 6 'Vald..n. Jan 1":1: 14115. 71 and H _. _.huu_ __. _ 13 26 311 1" FI ml"I'of! I._ 1911 Lot . ... . ..u.. 33 2,1 30 5 ____ 1.01 ,
Lot 111 _-.- -- _n.n 3.. 2'; 31 Ii Packard 1":! '>111((1)l) __ - - _ _ _ __ -- - 13 2r. 311 6 flmnrt: '. J JL 117 Lit 14 -. -. -. u.. . ___ 33 26 30 6 Unknown __ 1.03 f
Lot IIH --- nu..u.---- :IH 26 31) Ii lI"KK". U II I..a. Lot. 9:1: . .nuu.uhhhnu. _____ 1(4 26 31/ Ii 'nknow" _._ 117 j Lit! !93 - 0 33 30 6 Unknown ___ 1.01HU
Lot. 119) -. n' . _ ___ 311. 26 31 6 MilI.r J------ 1.\: Lot 119 . _ .n.n.u 13 26 3" 6 l'nkuuwn 117 I 1'1: Srmluil, Land; '& ace's' : 26' 34 Unknown\ ---_ 1.01 <*

Lut U. = = = -.- .n" "' :W 26 31 6 I Hol..18on. C E 103 Lot 1211 u" . . .u..un.u. la 26 30 5 1tcUouald J n U 1.17 I(1v" of all et e""t S\\ ).'. \ HW\4 ox'pt II {
The H'millol" Lund. & IIIV 1:11'5:. SubDlv I.o1. 121 . . . .un.n"h.. 13 26 311 Ii Scolt. .\ 111 Tnb.) r I.rUM, to the KI"almm. -
'or N'h of NW" ofNFA )I."t 127 _ 13 26 30 6 Hunso" J i Y
all rxerpt u uu..unnnnn 117 .' LUllh'r l'iulpan )' _. _h a. 211 30
'x'tfl't Tlmbrr I.a.,. to the I'h. 14'rnlll..lo. Laud IIlIv Co.'s Sub- f.n' 3' . 34 f
KI'Ifa mmceI.untblrlrCompany _. al 26 31 1.lv ...f11 -- - - __ -_____--- H 26 30 Lot 39: "_ 26 80 6 t'nknown __ .
Lot 2 __ _ n" 31 26 31 6 H" nury. W I' I..a. Lot III _ _ _ __.__ _ _ _ _. ____ It 26 30 5 1-1"\111101 ,. Lalit! 1 ( U .- _ -: u.. -_. -. _- __. 3 21 30 6 Den. F; 1: -.- 113 f.L1 e
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3M( . .0" ."- - 31 26 al Ii 1 ."knowII -- 1113 I.'a. h and 9 n..uh..h..d. _ H 26 311 10 Ha"t'H'k .\ 1Ou!' Lot. 116 . .. .h.. 3 2/ 31 K.-nnev. A Ih 113
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Lot 10M( _ -'u -.- -.- -.- 31 26 31 6 rnknnwrl . !11(3( 1.0' 34,47. III. 103 __ _ _ _ _._ _._ __ _ H 26 30" ..2" .Itw.-ll.! (1 334 L01 U7 .- - .-.- -. _. 34 31 I W'Ilson. I 113
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Lot 1.7. . = .u..u..n al 1 2f: .31 I 6 KtngMbury WJ 1113 I.--------------------------------- 1 26 311 Ii 1Veleh. J '_. ill Th.. 1-1"1",1.. Land & Inv C's Muh- 30 \\'alall. \ 1 103
Lot ]112 -._ __ -- ____- '' 31 26 SJ 6 IlIkn"wlI 'n 1"3 \Lot 7M. _._ __ . __ _ _ _ ____ _ 26 311 6 Kenney.V \ 117 I') ..r all excepVsKVi (if NNV'vi' s
Lot 126' = = - -. .u..n--- 31 26 31) 6 Smoke. lIra: S 103 Lot. H4 - -.- _- - -.- -.- __ - --.- - 1 26 311 6 l'uknoxrl \. 117 ,'| Tlinlii-r l ,-uxtto tilKlHMlm'ae ,

The ----------y Co.'s. Sub.- Lot !98 . _ _ _ 26 3') Ii Tre..jw.l.1 117 iii.... Luiiiln-r, t-'ompitny, )' .- __ 35 2K
Div of all, 'xerp t Tlmher I.ruse to 1.0' II" .u.nu.h.= .u H 21 al t 101011. _._ 111 Lot 104 .h. .15 26' 30 31
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Lot 2. n. ___ __-_ . _ __ . 32 26 3.. 6 Unknown ._ __ 1./13 - _- -_____ ___ _ __ _ 26 30 6 1Ventx orth. Lot 45 -.- -_- -_ _ _hUh.h_ __ _ ___ _ _ ____ 21 30 30 10 B HoiMhhy. M F__ .81 \
.... 2(1 g Unknown (:( t' 11' _ Lot 46 . _. .. _ _ __ 3 2t Oentle. M __ 103
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78 -and-----88-- ----- __ 81 18 111 10 Ste..art.II M..- 1.11 Lot 7 ____._________. _________________ 16 26 30 6 Churchill. W 1.17 Lot 95 . __ .__ ____-_ --_ 30 I Unknown __ 1.03
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Lot 611 .._ ___ ___ ___ Jl6__ 6 .3ILG. J --- ------ -- 1.,0
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e Lot 63 .,____ _ _ __ ____ _ _ t. _ __ __ a6. J/II A0, Ii Unknown __ ._ 6 Lot ir.'y'U". :: I0 1 Unknown ::=--t.H. 1.-l't-'ln Tel '"7'": -F ""-- ------l.ni.11..W., _ _ a.34 ..1IA1a,13
Lot _ .. _ .__ 36 2"1 811 Ii Unknown ____ 1.113 3', Unknown ,
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Lot 1111 _ _ _ _. .. _. 36. ( ,
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Lot SH _ _ _L ___. _ . _ 26 1 n I L 0' .kl _ __ 1 18 Util town, I II la I 't' I I". 1:11.: 11', 11'11": " : 1,26
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Lot UK h _ _ _ _ ._ -3: .I 2" 3" r. How HIIK.' J H__ 1\13(i The 44eminule---n Land & Inv Co.'a Hub- 13q. -- ::1. 1111. 111 ,I'4'k4l .S sl" _ __ 1.26 m
Lot 103: __ __ _ _ __ _ __ __ _ _ 3" 26 3" r. I'nknownU'nknowir _ __ 1403l.ot 4
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Lot 12(1( . _ _ _ . _ _ ::111 2I! ..I a" 'i 1 "a ,1
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Lot G6(i _ I 2 ; r. (CnK) ,nossII. _ 1,1, :24.4: _ u _ n _ I 26! a" 1'r. "uka own,. u 1 I'I. I 'III: II. l'iJ(1own, _ ],2. 'rw
Lot' s .- : . _ I ;! ..10in r. :Slilltll.;',, \VI'nknown ..., .. ::1"f.II".1 3444: _ _ h. _ :3: 26 3u 214' FII,1. q 1 II 1 14: I.. I Ilk: 11 '. I'alnawn, 1.26
Lot 1.1( I ILoi _ I 2. : f. _ h' 1111 :--nlo..I.; .. 1..1 k IIIV 4'44 :RubI1,5 ; .11.,1, 12 I "IIII, II. I'kuosyn" _ 1.26 ?
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Lot H'l\ u -_ . I ;! :'In.in f. I'nk. now nUnknown _ 1.5 11'1' of HI': '. .XC..I. It H Ht ofVuy 4 26 81I. I..', I I'", 1111. 14' 1'"ler.\ ] 26'I. 9'Lu4
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Lot 107Th. .- I :.In ,. "Unklion n _ .ol I" 11 12.21. 22. 23. 43. 44. SJ: 54. 1.1, 1111. 11" I 'alnku. u. - 1 126
:S.; initinl..) Land 1 Ac Inv, ( 'n 'H Mil-/ ? '1 _ _ _ u. on 4 26 34' 14 Rat "e. 11V _ 7 '" 7 1 I..', I : IIlt< //1"" II I . l. _ 1 12 f 'r.1I' 1\: '
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Lot !91! 2 2. ;:4l f. 1'oluuSSU 'S I.ol, 0 _ __ _ _ 4 26 3/1 1'A ( knuwn'knuwn _ _ 1ISL I II. Lel 13: 1111. I'" ,. 141411. 12! t
Lot H. -- 2. S": f. KI1." lr .1 ilI _ 15 ..1, 122 _ _ - _ _ _ _ 4 26 311 1444 1'.1'11\\ I I' I.,'l, 22 Itll'1 1 < If. 0,1" ,, ,,, 1", u 17.. :., ,("
Lot Inn _ :J :! :; "l 5 I }nkiiow I 1..1 I 1311:! 'n H _ __ __ _ :_ _ 2f! 3/1 1'. l'ukpuw'u/ 1 Ih I II. ( ,.. :4'nik 1-,1, 1:11; I I. T I _ (0.011(
Tin,, :S.;mlnolc LJIIII, A. Inv Co s Sul" Lot. I 137: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 2f! all 1'4 I'okouw" 1 II 1 I5 I Inl44', I" 11 I I., 1'11. 1'5 ;," 11', 1 I L _ _ 4.46 { ]
IllN ol iJVi.i xci ,lit Timbi l l.i am toKlKHiniinie Let I 1:1: :' _ _ nn.u _ _ _ _ 4 26 au 1',. 1'"k'ul\\n ]114 I II. (14419, :!" 1:11.: lei I 111111. 11 q _ 42 9 .
1 Luinbir' Ciuiipiiny. *I. 2. :'n' Lot 141'! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 26 311 1'4 llnknown I I I5 I.o1. 7.4.I. "", I I. ," J.I. ". I.., 1st r. Tli: I 67 ,
Lot 2o _ 10 2. 3"' 6 llnuli.B. J K. 'l- 1.11'' 151! _ _ _ _ .h _ 4 26 ::1/1 I',. l"k"owlI .u I I'I. I.1 II11. ,
Lot M u _UH._ __ _ _ - - _ 4 2.W: r. Unknown hU .4't 111:1: - _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _. 4 26 311 l'4' Lnknuwn I IX I I.1:: :: 12\. Ill, l is "I' .. C.11t I'nltussII III d: I' n I It.

Lot 93 . - _ u I' 2. 30 r. Unknown u _ 5 I I.,. 22:4: _ _ _ _ _ _ h _ 4 26 3/1 1'q I. \'lIk".w" 114'Lul Ian '.1. 1111 ; ,; ] 26
Lot )lo'l, . .u _ - u . _ !4 27 311 6 Unknown. _ n 1.51 I 224 . _ _ _ u _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 26 3U lt'n, Itiown _ h 115 I.u1., 5 111"" I" 'I'nkuu-; .J F _ ]126I y
1.01111 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I 27 f. _ Lot __ . 26 Unknown 114 ( ,. t I I1",. 111<< 1 171 I PII .
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Lot 35 : : : I : 27 j 311:: r I'nknown: : : : ,I S51, 1.. ..4s I l0 45 luc "XC"It lulu 26. 2... 27. : ( ., II UIk I'6' llown 126

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Lot .2; - u. 1 111< 2.W; f. Unknown -. SLot and 42 . uu _ _ 12 26 20 (.01. 10. 111k 176 1'lIk ,IIown, = . 126I .!
1 Lot 12 ( ilk' t JI' .1 11 1 1'10' Lui IS It114 I ('known 128 sLol
74 u _ _ _ ]in 27 311 r. Stratton S; II 55'': st.-r. I 17.
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Lot k3 ]10 2. ..In'to r. UnknownTuttli. _ _ H I : 1444' II S 1bo ftV I/lu Cl N; 150 fl. 12 26 30 ..I..on1. :NV. 6 50 Lot 14 IIk 177 "I'us144', 1 : _ 126 4
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1 UlV| of all extent Timber Lease tothe I 21.! IUk 23 . . _ _ _ _ _ _ ,I'UIUUwO 1 126.4'l : 1..,' 7 411,11 S. IIlk 2"6, E, 11.1" 11 J II 2116
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Lot 18 __ _ _ ., _ _ __ __ ___ _ _ __ l.'l: 27 :3d 6 Karmln. IS _ _ 514 1 , la. 11. 12. HLk 2r. __ _ _ \1."n'1. 41 11 255.4'l Lui. I I.. HII 2"' "' "" 10.". h I' _ 128 '
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Lot 66 _ _ _ Uuhu _ _ __ __ 13: 27 .10 6 Unknown 8X 21. (ilk 2. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I'ortrr, .1 H 126.ot L0l 110. HII 211 611. 1(1"7.. .I J. 142
Lot 67 - - _ - _ - _ -- - _ _ _ -- 111: 27 30 6 Unknown _- - .Bb 1_ 22. HII 2. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ( 'altr .J nnu 126 I.ol:: : "' ffi'i' 24. HII m Igown' I A
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Lots 69 and 76 __ _ _ _ n_ _ _ _ _ 13 27 :30 Hlrks. C R_ _ 1.32 1. 4. Hlk 25 _ _ _ _ _ _ u u __ _ "lIknll" _ 126 1..1 :. UI( : 212 "I'IkhoSSn 113
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lot 76 _ _ __ _ __ - _ __ h _ 13J7 30 Unknown __ __ 8I l.4G Ill. BII 2H _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ n _ SINIIaII .\ 126 Lot 21. HII 11.41] HUI/I..I., 41 IL 1.73
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41 13 27 30 5r 5B Uy known .X1. 1. 7. lill _ . _ _ _ _ _ I'uluu, wu 126 L44t I HII< 115 1'1.\\. B_ _
Lot 143 : :: : : : : : : : : :: :: : : : : : : : : : : : ::: 13 27 80:: 5G g Unknown: :: : : 8X I.,.t I II I. ]ilk 114N nn _ _ _ _ h _ _ __ ( '"a' 'htUg-H. .1)0" 126 Lola ly,21 ,111111, , I 22. IIlk 211; .. , ,.. 11" r. 6.21 364 I

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Lota 69 and 76 _-_.._________.__-___:"'" 14 27 30 Smith J W___. ., 1.32 .ot 12, Hlk -. ...- ,, :;: N. ,). ,'t" S .' f'eholck. 11L 1.26 Lot III. Blk 228 .. .____...._._!-._.. -.-...:-- '' \ 4 I"" l'nknown ____ 1.96-
} Lot 81 ____.,._________________ n_.____ 14 27 30 6 Unknown __ __ .68 .ot 1. filk 37 ______________..______.__ Unknown ____ 1.42 Lqt 2. Hlk 22H ---? ----_ _.__ ____ ____ AulClI..r. A M 118-
Lot 88 __ ___ _ _. __ _ __________ 14 27 30 5 Unknown r .88 .ul 2. ilk 37 __ __ __ 1__ ____________ Unknown _ h 1.42 f.ot 21 Blk 2311 ----n.h _ _ _ :-;....... I: )0' :::: ]::26
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Sinntiole.' ; Land A. Inv CM s SnliUlv ,, I I. 2 I tl lc 514 I'p: lunts I .' It. "IIIk 2'1"' Iklowrl. I I4l I. 6
ol, nil Fi.iill,, ixupt" N\\; ''. nf, .:.t: :/: I ttlk:: : 411:: n : :: : : : : : ::::: : ::: ::: ::: 1'uknuan: : :: :: :: 12: 1. :I I4't ., 2' 1'11 2'11 - I .. ".. ,. 1 ..

H 1:1.J: and SE'4 of sKi _ l f. JC :11ji I. 4 Hlk 411, nn _ _ _ _ __ _ ( '' ''lI'' n. I 26.4t I .4t. '. HII. 2.11. '\lulhl,," 11.1 I 'G", i2 -
Luta f'.V'ivf'V9"J', ' ":/. 24.:; ",- :341.! I I.. f. '1116: 144 n. hU __,..__ I'nkoow, n. 126of .. HII< 2101 Iun111'm I! ,, , ./ 1 2G 4
1' 364. : : . r. ; .11] 1C I 'IIIT Intnl.. ."n. '.< 41 t 6, J''", 511 __ _ __ __ l'nkaw a. ]1260l .4'l, 21'. 11k' 2.12 I I" ,is u"rs4 a 1 lf..ol :
Lot 4":' _ _ r. 66.131: I') Ialn4Nn: _ _ I IS I. IIlk 4" _ n_ _ _ __ __ ___ I'akaown. 924'l : 21. 1111 2\.2 I ,01"I. I 125.4'l 1
I Lot 4ll2 - - r: :'. 11; I I' 'I'IJnlowu 1 II. I S. IIlk( 511 __ _ _ __ __ __ ___ __ Unkuuw'n. I 126 I 1, "II "6.1: - I nit 11rSS" 26.4'l > '
Lot 4d4 _ - - .. 6 ,I I : I 'nkiiow - 1 1ILob4911 I 'l :. 1Ik I 50 n __ _ __ _ _ __ ____._ 1'"kno" _ 126 . 1. IIIk 2.1:1. : u I11kln'wn 1 Y6.4'l
1.0146- . - _ __ h - - 6, 6 ) I I') I.a I n k IIMn - - 1.1 $ I of lo" lIk] h(4 _ _ n-'_ ______ 1',1'0", 126 I 12:!. 14114! : ;:!' 6'I, - - \'aSI1"4'I. ./ _ 1 126
----n . -4' :II I') I.. I/11"/1' 1 is I.r I.,l II. I411t 411 n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ ___ Unl""w", n 1211 .4'l j.l.. !1(11: 2'1:1: .r I 111. 126
Lot 6HU : : .: 26: .I I I'I': 'l\ now II 1 5 I lit 12. 1111 544 _ _ _ n _ __ _ __ _____ l'nkuown. u 126 .101 ..I 1. 1'1' 1263! . : : : : : : : I'.ilunfl I ,' lie _ 126
The mlnole, Laud & Inv Co'x hufiIHv .- o. 9. 1111. 52 n n _ ___ __ u __...__ !McL1unald. 1.. 1264l ; .". I 11] Illlt 261; h IkanS"' I 26.4't
of Krac Kij and Kli (. of --\\,1,. I. 2". !Clk H2 _ u ________ ______ l'nkwl' n. _ n 126 II I 12. IlIk 210'u.' :tiu0lhw"rlln 111. 1 lfAt!
except, Lake Front Ad.I h _ :33: : r. :111 I.el 21. 1 141k k2 ._ _ u ____ __ _____ I'lIkIlO". _ 1264'l I .'. 22. HII 264; _ _ h I IIno'wn' I D2
Lots 7, 8. 25. 26. 89. 40. 67. 68. fi! 711\ I. 22. Iilk 112 _ nUU __ __ __ ___ ___ lI"kll..wn., ._ 1211 I I4'l .01, II;' IIIk 2.r.; _ U.h _- I111now1, _ _
71. 72 89. 40. 91. 102. lli.l: 104. 121] : I. I. I 1411< 83 _ __ _ ____ __ __ _____ Unknown. _ 1211 I I4't .01 17 HII< 2Iof. _ '114141",,"' _ _ 1226 6'I
122. 123. 124. 133. 134, 136: 13 (,. 153' .,If 1. 6. J1lk H4 h _ _ __ _ ___ __ __ _ ____ :Rtewat4; E 1\1. 126 I Iol .14144 ::1 I I4'd/ 4,. IUk 261; : : : : : : :: : u-. l'nl(1rl'w". _ _ '
'I 154. 166 166, 164 106,. Kii'; 1C7 1CS , H 44,441 b. *Ulk 3. __ ___ __ __ _"\ ___ Illrker C Ii _ 2 fl6 I I0l ... HII. "I I. .u. - nh _- " ,1,0\\' \\I A 106
186. 186. 187. 188. 189. 14G. I I'j7.1lh'! '; U'I',! 1. 13. Elk 84 ('rim. J 11 126 I I4'l .4t 2:1: lell "I'I' Itlukln IJ A_ 126
200. 217. 218. 219. 22"" 2JI 22' U. : I. : 5. //I1 85 : : :: ::: : :: : :::: ::: :::::::: t'nknuwn.:; :: : 128 I.4t. 24: Hlk 211..; : : : : : : : : : : :- : - :'nkn,.. s4 _ _ 1.26

+ 228. 229. 230. 231 232. 2411; 2f,(" 25l' I.4'1,4. I and, 2. 131k 116 ___ __ __ u ______ Uevlllc. 'I' J 2116 1 .111. 7. Iqk :244 .h.h _ - _: : _: J.I'I":' "' : h _ 1.28
262. 268. 254. 255., J6K. 264 2till- I I.I I.01, r.. IIlk 88 _ nU __ __ _____ ___ 1'1"'r.. II _ 126 .4't: J 12. I41k: :2119;:: hHhm.u.u.
268. 263. 264 211, ". 82! JS3: 2S42 (i' I.(.., t G. Blk H6 __ __ __ __ _____ Ullknown. _ u 126 I.4't 13. Rlk 26X hUU_ _ _ 1'1"U,; :: :
286. 287. 288 291. 291. 292 29j' 29429B : !. "'H 13 and 14. 11Ik 88 _ __ __ __ __ ___ 14arrrtt. I S - 206t 1 .". I'; Hlk 21,4,;!, - "I'nlu4.wn,, __ 1.26.eta
896. 818 314 315. 31 d;, 317,. 31 >* .4', H.ilk H6 _ __ _ _ __ __ __ __ ___ 1I0pk.. 'I - - 126 I 23 and -24 141k' 269- - '- "I'nluuwn _ __ 1:28lt :
'' '1 319 822 828 324 326 321,. 327 3JS' ],ut 18 Hlk H6 _ __ __ hn _____ l'uII..h. II J W 126 Iof I : 4. Hlk 2.0 _ u _: : : : : : : : : : ::: : 11111111419' I- 2
,: 346 846, 347. 348 349 36u 365 361, 24. ilk 116 _ _ _ _ _ __ __ ___ 'ju"Hml1n. J 'V 126 Iof I ...1 5. *Ilk 271 nh _ _ _ __ __ __ ( ''nlu4lwu.4't - I
q 367 368. 869 860. J77, 37S 379'3Si'( I, t. Blk H7 _ n ______ ____________ Unknown _ u 126 I II x. Ilk 27 _ _ ____ _ __ ___ 1."k"" " _ I. N.
381 389 390, 391 392\ 393. 394 39r.* I.1't' 14. ilk 87 _ __u. ______ ____ ______ Unknown - -- 126 I ,4't G. Ilk 21 _ __ _____ _ _ _ \\\1 _ _ .
396, 405 406, 407. 408, 409, 410 411 (tIt I5. Jllk 87 _ _____ __ _ __ _______- Littler. S W_ 1.28 I.ot 16. ( 27 _ .u.u _ __ 1"\"W" ___ 1.42 .,
s 418. 422, 428. 424. 426, 426. 427: 42n': I I8 ilk 117 _ _______n ___..____ Unknown -- - 126 13t .0' 18 end 2\\'. BIk 274 : __:: : : _h_
487 488 489 440 441 442 41> 6. 457 1, 19. Blk 87 _ _____ n ______.___ R.yrlolde. W R 126 1t .pt 2. Ilk 276-------.h nu __ __ Smith' F' n___ 1.4. '1
468. 459. 460, 469,. 470, 471 472 4. H. (( 19. Blk 88 __ __ _____ ____________ Randenbush JL I 28 I Ate HA Blk 277 -_ ___ __ _ - -_ Unknown" __ 1.73 9.It
490 101. 492, 601. 602, 60S. 604 33 2r 30 100IS Royce H W___ 110.66 L of( l0. ilk 89 __ _u__ ______________ Unknown u_ 126lft 1. 12. Blk ,73 - -- ... :rtle"'IR.' 0. _ 3.01. ?
I Lot 864 -___ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __ - - 33 2B 80 Davidson. John 1.26 I 2U. Hlk 89 _ :_________ __________ MfLame Wm. 126 1Jt .ota 1 and I. Blk 278 -__- --- -_ -- I'rlknown __ 1.73 ,1'.4t ',
r4. Lot 488 __ ___ __ _ _ _ 33 2G 30 Unknown ____ 1.26 I 22. Hlk 88 _ __u________________ Unknown __ n 1.26 14't Hlk ---u ___ ,___ (' ,I1rd8. E y 8.01 .,
The SemInole Land k Inv Co'. Sub- 1, '" 16. Blk 91 ___ ___________________ Unknown ---- 126 Iof I.ut 12. IHk 230 .- - - _ _ __ __ __ 11 rd. J B __ 1.7a "
'lA'1 DIy of all Fractl except Lake Front 1. 16. BIk 91 __ _____ ________ ______ }lnknown ____ 1.26 I.0t 6. Blk 2U _ _ _ _ __ v"'ik nlwn ___ ,
Addition _ __ _______ _ __ ___ __ _ __ 34 2G 30 1. >t'10. :B1K H2 ___ n_ ______ __ ___ ___ D_ __ 1.26 I ula 1 and 2. Blk 282---------n- .,. c B____ 173 t'
Lot 401. __ __ _ __ ___ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3425 80 1 Kcnnvy W F. 1.18 I Jt 4. Blk 98 nnuu ______ Itpardon. R A 1,26 1it ., 22. Elk 2H2 - - _ _ ___ ( Unknown ---- l.a. 'o"
Lot 4.6 ---------------- - ---- __ ____ 34 2B 30 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 1. H. Blk b/ __ _ __.----------- ----- Albritton E 6i 126 1Ile .(' 10. 11k 283 _ _ _ _ --_ _ ___ ___ Unknown _ __ 1.4a- IQI
LOt167 _____________n_ _________ ____ 34 26 30\ 1i1 Unknown ____ 1.18 L 1. 2. 3. filk 96 __________________ Unknown u __ 8.8. 1.ot 6. 184 unu___ __ _ __ :"knlwn -- __ 1.4a 1
The Seminole Land A Inv Co.'. Sub- Its 4 6. 6. :Blk 96 __________________ Unknown ____ 3.34 1ote .ot 8, 286 --------_________ Unknown ____ s, .
r Div of FrmctI BV4 except Lake Front I.. 7: 8. 9 Blk 96 __________________ Unknown ---- 8.34 1ote .t 9. Blk 288 ---u__: SJUd". C C____ 141. I7.ois / ;
Addition __________________________ 1 26 30 L 10 %n4f II, Blk 96 ______________ Unknown ____ 117t 1. 1 and 16, Bk 18 --- --------- H'ur. T --- 1..' ,
ill -?_?? .----------------- 1 26 30 1 Unknown _____ 1.18 L o II, Blk 911 ______________________ Unknown ____ 1.41 1.ot. 1 and 20 28-- ___ -u--- ackeratt 0 W .ot
til _______________ 1 18 80 1 Unknown ___. loll L of J', Blk 91 _______________-____ Unknown U..! 1.41 I.t Blk '18 ---- ______________ C I W I.Of
mrrrrmi_____________.- 1 K 30 1 Unknown __-- 1.11 Lot 20. BII!: II ________________ Unknown ____ 1.41 .ot a, Blk 80 ---- ---- -------- R J": .

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4. Hlk 191 ..-.-.-__._____.._,,__ Stratton S R t.le Lot 1.1 31k 41 __ __-: ._.--__...__...;_ Jackson Henry ,74 I.ota 15 and '11 -._____-__-.._-.___-____ Nelaon. A8__, 2,94 .
Hlk 2111. -__.___.____.-_________ f Unknown ...__ t.18 Lot b. Alk 43 ..._?-.a-_..___..__._.,.. Payne;' .tohn Lot'' 81 ---.----..----.-.-.---..---__.... Frelter Wm_ 1.0 i
Hlk 293 -----.-....--.:.._._._._.+I Unknown ...__ 1.18 Lot 6.. Elk 43 ---------u. . .. Jon.... W H_._ .71 Lot 61 ___________?_._ _._. Neleon A 8-- 1.0
plk I t9r.--.....----- .- 'r -n.. Ji1__ 1.28 Lot 1. DlkU..::; ;'._,;.;:;;;;;;:;:::; ;,;..._.:.;;.;:; ._ "" + Slater; Ilami4 All N of Ry of lot 66__-__-_____-_-__.- --- -7...- -- - JlfcCormlck. Ai---1.l1--r---
O.nlk ----.___......___.-__- .' Oath 0--P 1.16 '. +m ... t ,"t Ion __ 1.0. I.ota 416 and 87 .._._-.-_.__._.___-___r > '. . ., ..' Nelson A 8___ '.14 i"
t. Hlk 1114 .------.---___._....____ .' cochran"l. M__ 1.26. Lot 8. Alk 4. ..__.__?-?___?--_._ "" Bell, Ca11Ie ___ .7. Lot 88 ______ _____-_____.__________.- ,f':; Ricker. V.C, ___ 1.eO .
BIk291 -------..?::___-_.-.__ Unknown ____ 1.28 Lot 2. Ulk 46 _______._-__.-..-.-_:.....rn. v ;..:;"' ;.: Wright. J .7t Lot 88 and _...__.._ __ .. "a'( '," 3'li M 3.10tL
Blk 284.--..-.---_ __ _.__ Unknown _.__ 1.18 Lot 6. Blk 441 __..._____?_._.-_....,1-.,. I'; W1lllam. I H- ,74 _____.. ___?_.....__.... ._. . t1"\\.,' WalksI'. ;; '
Hlk.2\17 ----..--_._..._.___............-, - Broadhurat. 1_ 1.18 Lot 6. Hlk 46."W I" _. Reese Albert ..1.lit l..ot 90 -___....__...__.. ___.._.___,.__ / : '";! McDonald, A.. .. 1.0
1IIk; 6 JUk' 47 _. ._ ., ,.._.... _. Jlu/ofhe. m A__ 1. JoUREKA- --:- _jfi' - -
Y9' --- ?? -- Unknown- __ 1.18 . -a... : _... . .. .
Hlk -- ---?..?-----..-__ Freer..J __ ..' 1.18 Let 1, Blk 41' .___-_____.___..__.___ . Woodard. G1 ..14 Lots 11 and 16 BlIcn- -: :== mWelker. M L.:?_ t."
nlk 2\111 -- ------------_____..__ Unknown ?__... 1.28 Lot 8. Rlk 47 ______________________._ Rrnwn Annls__ .T4 II, U. Blk 0.....__...___ ... 0 L.. ._ I'll
Blk a98 ------------______ >> '111] 1.18 Lot I. Hlk 48 ________._______-_--1.._... Bells Nanoy ___ ,74l.ot Lot 17 Elk C ______?._.___ Yates. uerr,.__ '1, ,
Blk 298 -------.- -.----- ____ Churchill. W H 1.18 I. Blk 61 __________.____________- 8... or.'VIII __ .7. LINCOLN 11EIOBTS--
4 6. Blk 2ge ---.--------...-?- Smith .J W __ 1.811 Lot 8.1 Ulk 61 ____________._n...___"_ Johnaon Katie .74 l.ot:: 4 .Blk E _--- _______?__? Burden, m R.,. .18 1.1 1. 1 1i
,,' ilk 29\1 -----.-------.-..- Unknown _.__ 1.118 Lot llh Blk bl ___....___.________.___ John.on Joe __ .14 Lot 111. Blk B .------ -------.---.--.. Unknown __ .18 i ;
.. Blk 29\1 ----------,.----..-. Unknown .___ 1.18 I..ot 1 Ik III __________.------_______ i.eonard Frank .'1. Lots 11 and 14. Hlk -_______?_?__._ Klnsle B L.?. 1.11
Blk 11011 n_u______________.__ Buckley. ;J.--_ 1.28 Lot 7. Blk .62 ________.... __________.._. Orlfftn John __ ,7. Lob 9 "nd 11. But D _______________ Klnsle K L..___ 1.11
Unknown Lot I. Hlk 68 _________-_________._._ .-:. Thnmp"on. Lot 16. Blk D .______-_---------______ Hamilton. A G .11 t
'kBmkIO/OS-:::::-:::::::::::;: Unknown :::: u: .. Charles __u_ I.ot

16 and 18. Hlk 103 ---------_____ Unknown ____ 2.08 Lot 7. Blk 113 _________:___________.___ Prince Bertha
III, 8U4 __u______ __________., Davia. T22 ___ 1.18 L ___._______ 1.0. C. L. BANDY. 4.
13 14. 16, 10, Hlk 106 ---------- N I1nknown 8.66 Lot 11. Blk 63 ______u__________.___ Burkett. C B__ .7t
1 3. 4. 5. 7. Blk 107 -- u Lot 14. Hlk 63 __nu____ __.._ Youn/of. D B ___ .7. Tax Collector of Oseeola County.
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1.,. ,1))< 8UII Bogert .John __ 6,28HughOe. 1.01 6. Blk 64 _____.____n____________ Burkl'tt, Slim__ ..7.I.ot .
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8. lit 308 1.26 10, Hlk 64 ____________________._ 'Vllllam..Llzzls .74 ;J
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k Macember C L 1.26i Lot 12. IJlk 64 ___.. ______ _____.._ Jceks. Hattle__ .7t -- - -- -- -- -
,-H90------- -- ---- --::::::::::::::: Unknown G:::: U: Lot I, Hlk 66 _______________-____._ Ullmor.-. Tom__ .74
Fling, D 1
2. IIlk 3UII _ ____u'.__________ Lot 2. Hlk 66 ___ ___UnU________._ (Oary Nora __ .7.
Ulk 310 Kingsbury 'V.J 1.28 1.01 9. Hilt 66 ___nn ____________._ RI1K.II, Pete_ ..74Lut.
---------------- .--- Unknown ___ 1.26
BIk 810 12. Hlk 56 __ __ __._ ___ B..II 'l\llIe ..7tI
il 810 -::::::::::::::::: Wright. J E u: Lot Roberta Eddie ,74 Mid-Summer Bargains
Hlk Unknown := I 1.6.un l ;
4. Ulk 310 Lot __::::::==:::::::::::::: Hart, K'alle' E_ :.74
---- ------------------ Unknown ____ 1.26
II and 22. Blk 810 -------------- Unknown ____ 2.06 I Lot 1 IJkk :J Wtll;:: Frank .74
6Ulk 311 Lot :::: :::::::::::::::::: -_ -- : "
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Blk 811 _ __________________ I hot 69 Manning. U A__ .74i.ol Ten acres of good land 3 miles from Kissimmee po.toffice small .
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Blk 814 : 69 :::=::::::::::::::::::: Reddln' Eugene :
4. Ulk-----811----------------- Chaee, 0 111____ 1.26 Lot a. Hlk 6U __ unnnnu__ I'olla'k. Jas___ .7t house good well 8 acres fenced 5 acres cleared. Cheap at $630.

123'11816 -------------- Roa., 'V 'V___ 3 8fiGreenha1Rh. Lot 2. Olk 64 __. ._ __ __u____ ______ Woodward 4 ,

Hlk 817 ===::::::::::::::::::: J: 1.26 Bert lV _ __ 1.04I.ot -N---
McNeal, (I A_ 1 26
3. Blk 84 ___ __ __.____ ______ (Grtfnn John __ .7t
1'4 Blk 817 ____________ nn.u
B'Hlk 317 hn .. Unknown ____ 128 Lot 4. Blk 84 __ _ __ __ _ _______ ____._ PI..r.on. Jacob_ .7t 20 acres good orange land. I'4 I miles from Kissimmee on hard
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Lot II, Hlk 64 ________ BlenlonV .7t
Hlk 8111 _ ____ UhUn n road 5 bearing and grapefruit also
l 111'Hlk. 318 _- ___hUUUU_____________ Wolf, C n_ 1.28 I.ot 14. Ulk 64 _____ ________________ Rf' bf
l' and 2. Hlk 319 u n____________ p"tl Unknown on. J u___ 2.u6 I.E6 Lot r.10. Olk 141k 66 66______ UnUU________ Slater Nova 11 ___ __ .7t,74l.ut 100 young grapefruit trees. 4-room house good stables all good

10.o Blk Hlk 3111 8Le_ _unun----------_-_-_--_-_-_-__- HolI..nbl'ck..J Unknown ____ 1.26 1.28 16.: 101k 66 =::::=:::::=:::: :::::: SJl.rv'I',, : C l{ :.74I.ol land, all fenced and crossed fenced splendid location where childrencan 4

l'Hlk: 819 _____nu.uhu__ __ __________________ Smiths J 'V___ I.E6 Lot 20.3, l'Wkk :r :::::::=:::::::::::::: Everett Poalell John Wlll:: J: have advantages of high school and be at home every night.

12 Blk 32U n '4urne. I. T___ 1.26 Lot 6. Blk 61 _._.________u__________ Glover R n__ .74 Price $4500. Cash Two Thousand dollars and $500 annum
18. Hlk 82U -- ------------------ Unknown ____ 1.28 per
Lot 12. IIlk 68 _____________._ Sharp Mlnnl.. ..74Lot.
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6. Blk 321 Unknown ____ 1.26 on balance.
_____________ 17. Hlk 68 ______ __________ Hugiaea. Lizzie .74
I 6 and 6, Blk___322_ __ u______________ Unknown _n_ 2.06 Lot U. Hlk 68 ________n_ __________ 8am.. David __ .14
J Hlk 828 u Unknown n__ 126 Lot 4. Blk 69 ___ _______________ ____. McK1nnln. T F< .74 -N-
and 4. Ulk 824 ---------------- Unknown ____ 2.06 Lot 7. Hlk 70 __ .____ __ ___ ___________ AII..n. Jas. _n .7t About 83 acres) good land one block from Ry. depot four miles 1
12 and U. BIhI 3U ----- ------- Unknown 208
nh Lot 3. Blk 71 ______ ______ Crawford.Llemte .7t
14. Blk 326 ::------------- -- IJnknu'wn ___ 126 Lot 4. Elk 71 uuu Spauldtng. (leo. .7t from Kissimmee handy to school and church and best of shipping '
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)6 Ulk 326. - uu "Fuller A Cn__ 1 26 Lot _
16. Hlk 71 _____ Davie. n..nJ .74
15.! Hlk U6 -u--______--___ 111ggine. C C__ 1.26 Lot 3. Blk .72 __ _n.unu___ __ __ __ _:__________ Coopers \Vrll M .74 facilities. There are five acres of bearing grove with 6 bearing
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7, BIk 126 Unknown __n 126I I.ot 7. Hlk 72 __ _ __ _- -_-- _____--_ ____ Anderson, John .74 grapefruit trees and 269 grapefruit trees planted last winter. .
Ulk 3211 ------ -------------- Unknown __ 126 I.ot N. Hlk .2 _ Smith. Jesse E< .74 young

4 and 6. Hlk 328 __nu_________ Parver, C N __ 206 Lot a. Hlk 73 ____nnnnn_nn____ _____ tc8rh.lt., Frank, .74 About 15 acres more land cleared for planting to grove next winter,
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8 and 4. ilk 829>> u Unknown ___ 206 1..1 3. Hlk 74 _ _ __ _ Rober.un, Jo_ .74
I Ulk 33" __ ___ ______u______ Unknown _ n 126 Lot 10. n u h nn u u Reddln R B ,74 and part of this grove is located in the artesian belt very fine trucking -

ii and II. Blk 330 nu_________ Kirk T __ _n_ 2.06 Lot 2, Rik k16. __::=:::::=::::::::::::: Lane. Mary _:: :.74 and Best of for the
I Blk 131 - ----------------- Haker A h_._ 3.18 Lot I, Hlk 76 ___ ___ Johnson j R_ .74 farming. reasons selling can meet owner 4
I'Hlk 332 ___________ u____ Unknown __ 2.37 hunnn_
n 1.01 3. Blk 76 _ _ Thnmp.on. Su .74 and deal direct this splendid proposition where
uuuu come see an excellent -
4 Hlk 832 . ___.____ ____ Unknown _ 1.28 I..t 4. Hlk .6' ______:.__ _________ ___ Willie' Allan .74
12 Hlk 332 ____ ___ Unknown _. 126 1.01 13. Hlk 76 ____ UnU____ ______ 97111o8. I C ___ .74 grove of commercial dimensions will grow the owner rich.
16: Ulk 332 _ ___unU____ Unknown __ 126 Lot 14. Hlk 76 __ _ ____nuhu___ Rurk ,'tt. C B_ .74
16 Hlk 332 _ ___ __n_____.____ Unknown _ __ 1.26 I.ot ]0. Hlk 711 _ ____ __ ____ _nu_____ Smith. Richard .74 -N- '
17 II.Blk 332 ____ ________
and n 13r/mm. 11 2.06 Lot 16. Hlk 78 Walen Carry .74
6 IIlk 338 ___ __ __________ Unknown _n u 1.26 I.t 3. 1(1k ._unnnu__ l.ant .74 127 acres bordering on large lake four miles from Kissimmee
9'Blk 334 _ __ _________________ Unknown _- --_ 1.26 Lot: l0. (lk7 9.9-_ ===u_ _=:: ::::::::=: Hughes; aBu ; :.74 plenty fine hammock land about 8 six-room house "
16. Blk 314 __ ______u_________ Unknown h __ 1 26l Lot 8. Olk 80 ____ __ ___ _ Rowrra. lkr __ .74 acres grove
Hlk 337 - __ __ ___ _ ___ u___ Unknown u __ 121\ 1..1 I. Hlk B ____ _ _ __ __nnnnu__ _ __ .____ Andrr.on. JIf C 103 three flowing wells land all fenced and cross fenced excellent place ?
'1'Blk 3311 - __ ____u________ Unknown _n 1.21\ Lot 12. Hlk U I _. ._ ___ _ __ 1o"I..r. 1'.III..u': .74
8'Blk 33h __________un__ Unknown ___. 1 2117 \ 1..1 15. Blk II ____ __ ___ _ __ _ _ __ Juhn.on.Vlll__ .74' for large and prosperous grove. This property is worth $100 per
Hlk 34" n .u______________ Unknown ____ 1.26 Lot 22, ilk n .____ __ _ _____ ___ Anderon. Anna .74 favorable and is Grove is in fine
bargain.
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340 Unknown 126
tll Hlk nn Lot 25. Rik 19! -,, _ _ II"ICI% .\Ih.\. .74
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2 Blk 841 - -- Rrbee. 11 126 KISSIU\IRF! ; ( dition. good crop this year. Favorable terms of payment can be
17. Illk 841 _ __ nu ____ Unkn"wlI 1 26 It.... 'tldlll".
11 11,41 12 'Itlk: ::142 _n__ __ __ __ "nkn..wn. u 2416 .\11 W of Hy or Block 11 ..xu-pt 100fl had. This is worthy of close investigation.N .

II. III" 44 __- -_u -u -- M1lnhonr \ F' J 126 .fT H ..11.1. of l..t 3 _ . _ __ HUI'h. K. n..hl ,. OII.
9. Illk J44 -- --- - -- "I. "mlNa I ,". S I. 126 .'.. 1'1'; I'.r 1I..k. II W .t A G I. IC"nnI -- --
17, IIlk :345 lI.ul\\. II II 1 26I8 N rll ftV 10U ft S 50 It IS 1100 fI T. ona..l.. F 2 20'
IlIk( 346 _u__ ___ ____ __ \\ ,'IIM. A 111 1.26 II.... 50) It N ot 81'; Cor .r Hlk IIV .t Large rooming house close in. well located and can be had 4

U' Ilk 347 _- _____ _n __-_ I1nkwwlI _ 126II' .\ C J. Ity run N 50 ft W H'O It S GO well worth the and on reasonable terms.N r
BII :HH _ ____ ___ __ Unknown _ 1.26 ft Jo: 100 tt __ _____ uUUh_ W"d.IIoV 11_ 2 041It. money
10 Blk 348 _- -__- _ -- __ _ ____ Unknown ____ 126 11. I'. 1)roua bl." 4ddl41un r
11.' ilk 34H _ __ h_ _____ l'alm..r. J ___ __ 1.26 1.014 Blk 0 _u__ __ ___ __ _ _ .u_ 1'.1.. I. A _ 911 -- -
K'P; FnllNT AIH.ITIUN Tu ST. CLOUD. .Lots 7 turd H. Hlk U nhu ____ _____ Thoma \\ alter 76. Can furnish a /fine colonization property close in consisting of
8 and 4. Hlk .06 __ uun ___.--- Nemhlulr. Land Itobl..o.'n 4ddltloa "r
III III\ I.... _ r. 24 I I.... ::1. Hlk 2 __ _nu___ WIIII") ,"". 1.--- 479>> 520 acres remarkably cheap and on terms would make a great a

6 Blk 4U7 _______ ______ Unknown -- 2.70 1..1 2. Hlk 3 _ . _ _ ._ __ _ u__ H..hIIlH..n) 11..eIe place for small colony.
8'Hlk 4011 _ nnnunnu__ l'nklluwn _ 2(0( h_ 941I. }
4 Hlk .34 -------- --- - ---- PflkwWlI 2.71) I.,01, 4. IIlk 6 .n _ __ - - n___ < ;n..". I1.'o. -_ 1066 -N-- '
1\\ and 6. Hlk tl4 ____ ___u___ ____ outlaw (1 C __ 27.6 L..IK'an.17.Hlkl'; ; u _- ___ Wruvrr. H W_ 1200 .
I. 2. 3. 7' and 8. Hlk 456 ___n_____ Srminul" Land hula I. 2. 3. Blk I 16 __ _ _ Uh __ tut-r. lI..nry 12 Oil Write for bargains in any line.
k Inv ('u. _ 10.36 F' ,. A I 111. Add114u.

04 OLEVAIU<: LoTH Lot 22 _ _______- ___nn___ FI'mlnl C \V. 1056
n__ __ __ !-1..rr..II. I" :11 _ 411 869 Lute 23 ..".124 _ _ _' u _ __ u_ KIM..lmm.... NELSON REALTY COMPANY vtl
thlknuwu 1.1t1l.10 __ 1519 ,

7 4,,8 and 59 -- : :------:::::::::: Rover Unknown: ; 11 '" _:= J 98i9. Lot 34 _ __ _ c __ . _ _ _ __ Hogero MA u Mra___ __ 509 Over Citizen.' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA.

_._________ ____ .. !Seminole Land Lot. ::1' __ _ _ ____ _ _ _uu_ Cull. C E _____ 479
lit lnv ('o. 668 J 11 t4uod.11'a Nub-Uh. of Lot M

.. 114 -- _--___ _.-- __--__ ITnlj.lluw _ __ 6.38 Lot 16 _ __ - _ __- -_-- __-_____ Blake. 0..0. _ 334
96 - -- - -- .. ------- Unknown __ 638 ,, Lola' 18. U.. 2/1 _ __ - - __ _ -__ __ Green. 0..0 _ 623 -- - -J---- ,
136 __ __ ____ ____ IInk'wwn __ __ 6.21 Lots 26 and 27 _ _ _ _ __ ._ _ _ ___u Leak. ":lIza( _ 6 23
187 _ __ _ _un_________ Unknown n" 6.21 Luis' 2N a,1 29 _ __ __ _ u ____ Jack".,", 111 __ 4/16 r
138 __ _-nuu ________ Unkn' wll _ 6.21 Lots 84 ',nd 35 _ 1'reneh. ltoea. 4(4681r.
1311 _. _ _ __n________ ____ 1JnknuwlI _n_ 621 .. N. ( ', ..;. ..,;d.iih'; ;; '; at..
140 __ _ __________ ______ Unknown 11.21 I.... 66Leta a
141 -- Unknown __-. 621 26 and 27 _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ uu_ \VIllama.) Slim_ 11.3. New York and Philadelphia '
142 _=_ ____n______________ Unknown u. 621 14 blte K Derbr.blre'. "ubUh.. .r $41 65
143 ------------ lInknown _.._ 621I fart ut Lul am
: l'uknowu Lute I and 2 ___ __ _ _ __ __ Whfte. P G_ ___ 161
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146 ______u__ Unknown ____ 6.21 210 fl N H9 fI Jo: 211' tt __ hnhh Tlner S A_ ___ 2.91 .
147 = : ::= :::::::u________ l'nkwwn u __ fI.21 H"1f NW 'nr Lot 7N run E 137' ft

1411 -- ________________________ Unknown ____ fI.21 Ii lU6 ft W 137'Ai ft N 105 tt _nn_ "Sanders.. 'V .J__ 1.91 VIA
)49 - -- = ____n__________________ Unknown ____ 6.21 Beg NJ Cor lot 841 run S 42 ftV 119

160 =_ :_ ______________.__----.- .. Unknown ____ 6.21 tt N 42 ft Ji1 119 tt ________________ 01'.1\ (1 Ruu 1.86 i
161 - _ _____________....___-_...... Unknown ____ fI.21 Lot III _--.i-..- Nil.... E E---- 12.0.0. I
1111 ____u-...... . Unknown ____ 6.11 hiIAd;; .. Atlantic Coast Line '
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1114. __ __________-fir.yv1t14NF8 .,:; ...k Unknown ____ 6.11 Lut i :: '
161 _____.....__________..___..___...... .,). .. Unknown ..__ 6.11 Lit _--_---___-4___________-.. .:____ : ; Frasler Bob4.08
'166 n_ ____________________ Unknown ____ 6.11 .All Hlk Cl L ___________________n_' ThomJl8on.. S __ 1.110 .
167 n _ __ _ __ ________ Unknown __._ 6.11 1I..r.. lIub-lh' 01 11110. If L
168 __ __ _ __ ___ ____ nknown G.21 1.01 4 _ _ _. H..K"nnll G23
169 ____________u__ Unknown 621 ...b".rn..r.Uh. .. of 11110. .t ..
160 -- -. - -- -- -- __ __ _ _n_ Unknown n 621 Lot I _ Uonrgan. A 1i< 216Iol Sold Daily Limit October 31
161 ---- ----- Unknown _ r. 21m 2 _. ChlahcII.. UI-, 4

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164 __ .n __ __ ____ J I."kll"" II 10.21 121: '" IIJI (I' I. __ __ _ __ h _ U 14.Na ( 'han. 79C Stopovers ,
III' _ n nu___ 1'nknuwn __ 621I66 I II $11'(4 Hlk V 1.--- - Jo
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167 -- - -- 1'111< ,..",vn r. 21 .\I IIx. b. g : F 6 runS Steel Pulmans Electric Fans
16 8 -- ::: :. - - -- 1'lIkll."n' 621ARYI'I 7". fl: I : 198\ \Nc 7( 'ff 11' \ ft f ...1,011. J .1 HI I:
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7 u_ - - - ,.: : _: :' 4 N 43 d. g En: II !S; 47 d.." 1 I'; 72 ft HI'''' r" Mi; [ :N 21 26 r

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1 t I 12.lu 1:11:IlIk, - - Flu\.1. Sn nl _ .74 I.ul "9. 1911, I'n'd 1 ,'_ 2.76 C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary-
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12. Blk 11 - -- -- - -- 7414': of I.ol I nod, I 6.g :0\1-: 4'.r Lot 2 :
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t I I. IIlk I' u 1'cl\\'I1'' 22 nod: 21: __ __ h \\111'1" It n. 190LotM
I 1 1111( 19 - -- "'hurll',, .. _ I fl4IlIk I 2" III ::1lI _u _ _ __ I'eoegan" A E_ Igo GROCERIESWE

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I IUk 20 __m.- -___n._ _ _ _u_______ Sxundrra\VIIInnH) . ].lulla'lc.n .74:.74 Lot y- ;:lli '; t'" of__ NW_ > : _ := : = : YaleaM1treJiary 334LutH :

t I Hlk IIlk 21 20 - __ _oNOn_ uU_ u___ MH"'M. It .\_ __ 74 : ::: 5 and::: : 6: )ills ] : : Hargr.V! ._S 194'Loth ,
hn __ HlehnnlannI I and 2. HIk 4 : :: :- :: : : ::::= := Cody, 1: W 8 39
1 ells 23 --- __ _ _ _n _ __ ___ 110". .\ J.__ 261 '
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'14 Hlk 23 ______ n __ __ _ Clatr. I' C _ 74 .. 1 .\. .r..D. tddtllonL I"'I J \\'__ 2 0. 0 + + j
Dorxry. J..Kn .74 IN J 11 11..1 ]12. Ulk A __ n __ _ ____ >a.nl 76Ixl.mmee 1
I II' IlIk" 4 -___ ________. _ n _ Mrl.(1uln. Snm .74 Ileigk.. 9 SELL: 0. + WE BUY: 1

I I ,Ill 14.. 1Ik/Hlk 26 ----------00----------______ h.____ ____ \Vlllfnrnn (' C .74 t I : ,.Donrgaa'e( SIIII-I'I\'n ofV 'y ofsFP 9 HAY + . + :'
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Floyd j H-- __ .74 hot N. Hlk C. _ _ __ _ _ _ __ __ __ Axfunl. John' 88. BURS r I,
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r. talk 26 _-- ___ nn Lutz 2. 4,5.6. 7. Ulk 7 . Donegan Cattle 9 FERTILIZERS 4 + .
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I Ilk 27 uu J Co. 3 64
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1'.s J 11'__ .74 let 8.lIlk 7 _ __ Un _ _ _ __ __ Waring. It D.. 103 -"',
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5. IUk 28 u ____ ____ .- ThumpKon, Cu n ___ 133 ; 0 !

I 7 Ulk 2-- 'I, Charles 1.04 Lot 3. Hlk 8 uh __ _ _ ___u_ Axr..rd. John_ 1.3. 0 ORANGE BOXES + + AND .
Susan---- .74 Lots 4 alld 6. IIlk II _ _ __ _ __ __ J""kln F B. I U t
1 II, Blk 28 ____ muu________ Gary. N : : iota H and 9. lIlk b __ __ __ ___ Don"Kiin Cattle 0 + .....
I 6. III------------------------- ItUH'K..fI.oraFanny .74 Cn. h______ 1.91L .;. ORANGE WRAPS 0 + ALL ,
t 9. IIH< .7..1 \>.1.Ji. IIlk( IU __ ____ ____ __nnu ____ Axrord. John__ 103UNPI.ATTEIJ 0 + ',
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t 6. Blk 81 -_______________________ Lane. Janes ;r ,74.74 70 yde N or 8Ji1. Cor or 8W'Ai, otRW'Ai 0 VEGETABLE CRATES, + + COUNTRY !
t 3. IIlk 81 _______n_______________ WlltfamK. J p_ .74 run N 7U yd. W 70 ydaS 70 + + .
t a. Block) 88 n____________________ Sezer. David __ .'14 )'d8.1iJ 70 yds ______h_____________ II II I' 1 Le.e.ne Scipio I.U .
Y. HIk 84 __ _________------------- Heel. J 1V-___ .74 'V'IiI of of SE ot SW'Ai ______ 11 II I'' 10 Wat.on A Au 161BSf1 4 CRATE NAILS, + PRODUCE.. t'
t 4------------------------------: Stewart, John: :.7/ < of NW\ ot NW1 ot NW1i ____ U II J RamseyMr.JSL 406 + .
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t 14, Blk- 841 uu________________ Eddlng, Charles Will __ .74.74 or NW'run N 110 It W 210 ) oOo + oOooOooOooOo.oOo.oOooOo. 00 oOooOo. . . . . . .. .. .

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t 4. Blk 87 ____h________________ Tulle Burkett, Ella ___ .74 210 ft N 210 rt W f10 ft 8 210" Ct____ U II U I Mlma W B____ t. t1 *' '
t 9. Blk 87 -- ___________________ i1.S:: Annie WEST KISUMMEE8 We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. 44

I .10. Blk 87 :_:___________________ Forreet 1.04 Addles W - We !give special attention to fitting out banting and camping particut. ; 1
)ftchellHurrlll .74 Lot t.'I'J.. 6.HfJl_ _!_:::::=:::::::::::: I Sutton. Mr. E C IJ Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
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,. PACE 12. THE ,KISSIMMEE I I ( GAZETTE .

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I' good roads proposition, which 'means

1 WATERWAYS AND that,we must wait a good while longer

for Eastern improvements unless Classified AdvertisementsOBI

"' ::I" Listen i '. ,>' ,PUBLIC ROADS, their waterways,8enators advocates and congressmen get busy. with It ,I I r

t..erted .der this head at th. rat..f !'Ira v
Is a situation ""which invites coopera- rrtlsrmeatfl are .. rtl..i'
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I 'I, GOM.JS NAMED: BY CONGRESS J, HAMPTON MOORE, I._ .. .. .. ... L. . . . . - . - .
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,+, : wool over your eyes; t President Atlantic 'Deeper Water- !' FOR SALE. Y.OR RENT-Six-room e 'crete butt
ways, Association. 1 galow. Summer rate. G,, J L Sa w*
rl ' 1"EmmALION! ArMMlOI'KlAT- i FOR SALE-At a bargain, motorboat yer, No. 4 Broadway. 2itt1 j
\ We put it oil w. CUT.ANIJ.I>HlEI> LIVES 1 "Gadfly" 30x818; i irf. draft; i j 4
ED FOR
f RIVERS AND IIAUBORS : hi the Allan' '
Randolph S. Bourne, 12 h. p. 4 cycle 3 cyl. ongimj; 'full" FOR RENT--3-room.cottage: in P ,
b&cl{ SHOULD BE ALSO tic makes a !statement that offers food I' equipment; cyerything new. Termson ''I pect Addition, six dollars permonth,

your FOR ROADS. for thought-even for the "parasite"to part if desired. Sec Saunders Nelson Realty Co. \U-tf
whom he refers He says: "We ** I II
0 _- \\0 arp 'born Into- a world that is an inexhaustible ,I I at Gazette office. FOR RENT-At Coronado Biadj!

store of readymadeIdeas FOR SALE-Four..Ko': ;: <* inures. J. W double finished cottage, ten roomi;)
The waterways movement in the stored up in tradition, in books, Miller. -- -"*. each; half twenty dollars per month!p

Eastern States, which' has sufferedmore and in every medium of communication FOR\ SAI.K;.-.Buy saddle horse. Ap- Address, Lewis Young, Orange city;')

or less in the matter of federal between our minds and others. ply to K t C.; Vans Agnow. 22tf I Fla. 2-2)14{
All we have to do us to accept this 1- '- ==:aIi '
it (7 J terv appropriations because of the pre- predigested nourishment! and ask no ':CITY LOTS for sale. Cash or terms. MISCELLANEOUS.

ponderating claims of the Middle I questions. We could 'live\ a whole life !; Also (1)'lIringoranp:(- gro\c' G. F.I'arker. -- .

Y West, has an additional reason for without ever making a leally individual -i: ] | :U8tfKOK :! LOST-Wide gold bracelet with>;>

deipandipg-continued! popular supportby I response without providing ourselves I Greek( letters ZTA engraved on
A LE--FI ve acres good land in side. If found *
either
reason of the creation by Congressof out of our own experience return to
with any of the material that our !1'inedalf, cleared and plowed; 4- ViMiin Lee. 24-tf,
a Committee on Roads. The ease minds work on. Many of us seem to I loon house; fence, etc. Sell outright -

with which the Committee on Roads be just this kind of spiritual para- or trade for city property. A NTE\-Good\ second-hand pja eat

i was authorized ard created and the sites.; 'I I bargain. Box 172, Kissimmee. bargain price Address Box 245,

You have intimate acquaintanceship 22tfpd4 Kissimmee, Fla. 24-Hpd
roads ,
into the
already good
vigor put
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The fleecy Iamb Is the emblem of our with any number of this type of human '
movement raises a very important FOR SALE(iood fresh Georgia; farmof FOUND\ -A lady's neck scarf witkI
I ; there In the* man who is a Dem-
business. He Is our "trade mark," assur- question with regard to Federal appropriations ocrat "becauna his father and grandfather 120 acres for $1400 01 will take I gold pin attached. Owner can hav4 '
Kimimmco valued at I same by calling at this office, pro..
that sell ALL-WOOL clothes.But which may give concernto were Democrats before him; residence in .
ing you we For particulars big property and pa.. :..
because shut) pint payment QII '
as
delayed waterway projects along the man who la a Presbyterian -
do "fleece" the and description. of farm and 1 notice 26t!.
we not on price. his 1'resbyteri -
you the Atlantic seaboard. The good I ancestors were .....
i I bans "as far back the time of Calvin rule opportunity, write WalterHead \ '
We are here to stay here, and to keep on roads movement is popular because it himself;" while as'all accept with- ( ,, Lumpkin Ca; K I FI\ 4. WADE, the tonar. Or1 ann. '

building business. larger by selling appeals to the rural districts of the I out question theories concerning na- 25-4t p MEET me at Kissimrae Drug (V,
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country, and to a certain extent is 1 tural laws' and forces, and have set- and we will get a drink of the beet
well-built clothing at businessbuildingprices. 1 LOSTMull 11I11"l'k* old;
pup soda water made.
backed by the automobilists who give tied opinions about abstract questionsof Elftr
tan white .spot on l bask. of head! and
ethics and morals, so settled, in
of demands the
promise ample
upon I
Kewaid if --
white of lull returned -
on tip
fact, these opinions that theywere
are
If have never bought clothes. public treasury!'! to keep the public t to tuy; (;"I'd 111'.I! Up t : )(ooQ
you your cut and dried for our stupid use" .i.---
roads in repair. When it was suggested -'I' : .
from us, come In ; we will open your eyes that Federal for centuries ago FOR RENT. a
appropriations | And from indulgence" in these "cut I :|:: Are You Looking
on the looks, the quality and the price of country roads was!'! not altogether the and clued" ideas. (come the "cut and i '
function of the Government as evidenced 'I'clued lives" Individual opinions\ FOR RENT (OR SALE t ; Two-story 'I
the kind sell. Hrack St North For
we store building on ? :
} by the teachings!'! of the Jeffer- have finally coalesced into publicopinion "
-- Kissimmee. \11. ( Stanford 29-tf :z:
soiiians, the answer of the good road"ldvo'alt.s : and by this society lives and -
was that Federal moneywas dies I In communities where the dollar DWELLINGS; for rent opply to M. :f.
H. C. STAI f\( FORD & CO.Paint Tiller ,I.
appropriated for rivers and harbors rules supreme, the ideas that are ,I.
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L l and that no good leason existed consumed by ('hildl<'" are cut out and :i I.: A Select Home?
_. why roads should not l he similarly scalloped around the edge They ----l y
.- --- I I treated While there is some logic in learn that wealth must t be plated :X;: A Choice Farm?

this reply it is, nevertheless true that above" common goodivss, that i in, I hale ::s: City Lot Near In?
have been ,,," ',.
appropriations ,
waterways truth, per se is made upon the theory that they would and Itj "asking no 'questions," tin FOR RENT :|" City Lot Near the City

promote I.'ommert'and navigation, child is cured into an acceptable and ;.:
Per Gal. and it is very difficult to determine harmonious member of society and of .Nni'l: > I urnl-hccl Idmno( :X i: Limits?

I $1 how one Slate, which might very properly the body politic. III a :;X;: Some Orange Land at a
look after the loads of its own In fact, the original thinker is always I t

"unties. could be made to pay for a distu..hinlCI.'n"nt.. If his | Modern )K:quipped| | | House :'},:' Reasonable Price?

< he improvement of the Mississippi genius is'too uncanny, he i I" declaredinsane :X:
*l..iua week
from : 1
River, which traverses many State, ; if he is prophet, he is ridiculed i up. ,I,
or of the port of New York, for instance and unbelicved dUl'lnghi" lifetime 1 i Ask J
Mrs. E. E. Wells
\"hich does international business at least; any deviation from the ,
To close out. we offer whileit The Government refused to paths thought out by the economists. Real Estate and Insurance ,, "I'X: Mrs. Summers

build the Erie canal, and New York 01 the moralists of past ale is a 203 Broadway Phone 272 \I "' 60S Pnfld Av*.

lasts, 200 gallons of ready built it at the expense of the peopleof dangerous pl'o".dlllgthr..ah'I1I"1{ to :
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New-/ York, and yet under the new land the venturesome soul in unspeakable -

mixed paints, IN COLORS, at road proposition, although New York loneliness But the, "cut-and- ,

the of has paid enormously for its county dried, lives" are so far from the best I t-t44444t4i 1 ++t i, t, Mifi 1 I.4 t $ t s i $ j }}}N
very low price $1.00 oacls it will be expected to bear its lives, so far short of what they would .
C A. ( AKSOS I J A ( UANHiKUri ) s I..LUrrEU
;portion of the expense of building | be, if ideas could be'tak..n by each ,
< i.Io'nl l VjKi-l'r*'toil* it <.rr.t.n
per gallon. No white paint in roads in every section.of the country,! individual out of the warp and woof ,.

: and perhaps under local rather than of his own experiences and woven into -
this lot. Here is chance
'" your Federal superintendence. There Is no the right shape by his own, reason
disposition anywhere to delay the improvement powers.-Polk County Record. KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
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; satisfactory '
to; secure a high grade, 'of roads. Everybody acknowledges ,
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below' first the public necessity that 4. - -' ..:
cost
paint exists for them; but it is patent to .:. T1SON CREEK *
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everyone that if county roads ale to 4, Rough and( Dressed( :>

'10 Improved at the expense of the I .:..:-------.X X--:+:----X.

...... : federal, (Government, and the States I A party of young people enjoyed a i
:and counties are to he lelievecllof!! this ride out to the new railroad Sunday PINE LUMBER

I responsibility, then a new financial : a fie i noon. ?

burden must be assumed that will 1 I'. Young was a visitor to the new
weigh heavily upon other Federal improvements I railroad Saturday and reports a livel. :;

such as the navagability grocery business 11 HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
of streams. The Roads Committee Mr. S. Eubank was a pleasant visitor -
W. MAKINSON CO. appears to have in mind three methodsby I at the home of J. H. Tumi-li.i
which it can obtain National funds I Saturday afternoon. i " " , , j 1111 1 1,1.

for public roads!'!: First, to construct Miss Mary Tumblin is on the sick iI

Kissimmee, Florida military roads; second, to construct I list, this week. I -

postal roads, which means every road Mr. L. L. Fertic has his new dwelling j

over Which the postal or free rural I almost!'! complete.

service sends a horse or wagon; third, I The woods are 'ringing with the i Efficient Service Absolute Protection

interstate commerce roads which, of wound of the ax. The train will soon
course, means roads of almost every be here.

Distance possible!'! description.In Mr. II. H. Fertic made a business

ea- .- AdvertisingLong o 296 the last Congress the rivers and trip to Whittier Tuesday morning. Citizens Bank of Kissimmee
Harbors Bill was criticized very largely Mr. E. Stephens has moved to the

by the advocates of public buildings, K;. R. Bass!'! place.

who wanted to secure appropriations Mr. J. B. Tumblin and sons an,1 l J
is saying the right thing for their respective localities throughout A. Harvey are on a cow hunt. Offers facility for

at the right timein the United States; and it is to be R. E. X. come out and let's have a -- every conducting financial

expected that contrasts will now be spelling match.
matters in connection with the
the right wayWe made by the good roads people to I Misses!'! Ella and Millie Harvey visIted transaction of
show that rivers and harbors oughtto
the commissary Saturday after
--- general Banking business.
wait until the roads of the interiorof
make of noon.
a specialty planning preparing
1 literature and conducting campaigns for the country are financially cared Miss Ariel Tumblin and niece, Miss

.' Land Companies and Individuals.Boards of Trade, Municipalities for. It is only another evidence of the I Blanche Young, spent Monday night Travelers Cheque I payable anywhere) j'
necessity for activity along the East- with the Misses Mary, Nellie and

I ern seaboard. Almost every propo Della Tumblin. Foreign Drafts ( direct reading)
sition demanding Government supporthas WILD ROSE. .
, IADVERTISERSTAMPA[ [
;= arisen and been taken care of Savings Department I paying 4 per cent.'compounded -
since the Delaware and Raritan Canal; 8,000 IHJSINES MEN AND .

FLORIDACUT was built in 1834, and yet we are still FARMERS BUILD A ROAD quarterly i

doing business on that inadequate I '

stream. Mississippi River appro- Alpena, Mich., June 10-Eight thousand Personal Attention ;....
HIGH PRICES finds that the retail price in some priations for flood purposes have business!'! and professional men
BY EATING ONIONSThe cities is 40 cents a peck and the on- grown into the hundreds of millions 'I and farmers in Northwestern Michigan Electric Burgler Alarm
United States Department of ions are used for seasoning only. without any marked advance in com : yesterday constructed more than :
Agriculture, through H. C Thompson, With a lower price, Mr. Thompson :
merce sjnce the completion of the 27>0 miles of roadway between Bay
assistant horticulturist, has invited suggests, consumers would be induced -
the Housewives League to help him to use the crop as a common ar- Chesapeake and Delaware Canal in i I City and Mackinaw City. Where there In Selecting Your \
stimulate the consumption of onions ticle of food. 1825, and yet we are still begging I had been at sunrise mile after mile of Bankers, .

t and thus reduce the present high Mr. Thompson wrote that were it Congress to open up the latter for I corduroy road, sand holes and swamps,
prices now (demanded by the retailer. possible for such an organization as the free use of the people. Every nightfall found an almost unbroken l Choose This Bank
'In a letter to Mrs. Julian Heath, the the housewives League to buy onions
flood on the Ohio takes stretch of .
National 'resident of the league, Mr. direct from the storage houses and sell or Mississippi graveled highway.The I --. .- -- _.
Thompson writes that the Department them for as low a price as it coulil out of the public treasury more money new road forms a part of the ----- I -
i I I has been informed that there is a 'afford, a much larger quantity of on- than would be necessary to release State, highway from Detroit to Mack I
large amount of the 1912 onion crop ions would be disposed of in open from their commercial bondage thou inaw City. Four thousand teams and I I ARTHUR E. DONEGAN
still in storage with practically no Markets. He offered to I let 1\ n. P. K. WEAVER,
sands of
active business :
men who need 750: automobiles participated in the ,
marl"et for it. Although farmers are Heath 'know where large quantitiesof 'I President Cashier
\ receiving only from 40 to 50 cents a onions may be obtained at a very increased river or canal transportation road ma king and 2,500 women assistedby .
st bushel for onions, the Department 'low price. in the East. Now comes the feeding the workers. II" II
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