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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 20, 1913
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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NAMED BY MAYOR FOR JULY 1 17 PASSED THROUGH HERE TUES.


Proclamation ,.':!,

EVERY CITIZEN IS URGED TO WHILE HERE WERE ENTERTAINED

LEND illS BEST EFFORTS TO BY A DEMONSTRATION
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MAKE KISSIMMEE MORE OF OUR MODERN FIREFIGHTING 1" '

BEAUTIFUL. Pursuant to a resolution 'of the Board of Trade of Kissimmee EQUIPMENT.. ,"



Never before has a movement been adopted at its meeting of June 9th, 1913, and in accordance Such a honk-honking- and toot-toot. '' I,,

initiated in Kissimmee that met such
general approval as did the action of Ttiith the and made this ing one never heard before in these '
suggestions requests heretofore from office parts occurred here Tuesday morning :-.
Board of Trade in
the requesting
loads \;
about 8:45: when sixteen auto J'of

Mayor lamation J. setting W. Lilly aside to issue some his particular proc-- and the approval of many of our enterprising citizens, I hereby desig- Orlando boosters hove in eight at J :i!

the Head of Broadway.
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dayto be designated as" "CleanUpand 17th /1913 CLEAN UP DA Y and After our calm, contented, peaceful .
Tree Planting: Day. To our nate Thursday, July as earnestly and progressive people had somewhat ;'VJ
knowledge there has i been dissenting
; not a -

voice against the plan, and / request and direct that laying aside all and singular your other fair recovered city was from being the invaded feeling by that a war-our ?h

the has proved himself one
mayor ring faction bent double with sinister i"

of lamation the most in another enthusiastic column, as shows.his proc,! duties you lend your presence and influence and enter heartily and i motives the question was asked who ::1f

they were, from whence they came, I
The mayor has designated July 17thas I and where bound, when a large, long, ; '
the day to clean up and plant trees, enthusiastically into this movement for the betterment and well being lean though exceedingly handsome I '

and his request that business be suspended -
gentleman stepped to the front and ,
and all enter heartily into the "
of our city. : exclaimed and declaimed: "We are
will be with. i, '
complied
plan ,
r from Orlando! We are the big: boosters J.

The following announcement anent Done at Kissimmee this June /4 1913. : for good roads! We are on our to
this matter is from one of our ablest I .
way to St. Pete, and will make shortstops ,t.
men, and deserves, and should carry I I "
at the villages of Bartow, Lakeland //I
much weight with our people: JAMES W. LILL Mayor
I and Tampa! Do you get; met
Editor Valley Gazette: I noticed '
I If you don't stand from under and '1
with great pleasure in your last i issue
clear the for the dust make
way we t J;
the request of the Board of Tradeto .
beclouds the sunil!!!" i 1
the Mayor to designate a certain
day as Clean-up and TreePlantingDay. ..... And ).Jo and behold, we took a second -

is certainly I look and saw to our great pleasure t
The Board of Trade -
in this II f1I | that the orator was none other ,-"
on the right track making
the than Geo. C. Keller, editor of the Re ';'
request. The desirability, nay II __ I|
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porter-Star, and by his side was that
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absolute necessity of a general tan-
umbrella trees and many others that Rush, R. B. Woodham, W. B. Crawford 1 irredoubtable C. E. Howard, owner
ing if we would'escape disease, G. jF. Parker Selected
up is might be mentioned, make up a list I H. G. Bartlett, Dr. T. M. Rivers, and editor of the' Sentinel. Then we 7. '
and epidemic, too _
a possible apparent -
mention. from which even the most exacting; J. L. Overstreet, G. F. Parker, J. D. ']I knew the whole] crowd were boosters, I;.
need
to hardly Every
alley and possible receptacle of filthor requirements can he met. The suggestion : Grand Marshal July 4 Woodbeck, J. D.,,Clark, Lewis O'Bryan, I for this pair travels with no other '/\_

should be over and that the residents of each F. C. Bryan.Mr. i I i kind of folks, and we also knew that :
garbage
clean and gone The breeding street should get together and decideon Wagner suggests that the nothing tame would satisfy them, so j'
made sanitary. (I
some particular 'variety for thatslre above named gentlemen immediately; chief to +
was telephoned bring out
places of flies and mosquitoes COMMITTEE: MEETING MONDAY AFTERNOON COMPLETED DETAILS I lour \
't, is good and should be '
a vl
: be
attention. one I Commence training and preparedto his red demon. In three shakes of a

should receive disseminators especial of di- followed. In that way only can uni- FOR THE CELEBRATION-HERBERT PHILIPS OF take care of their respective po- '!; sheep's tail the siren sounded, the ;;

They are great: formity be secured. But above all, TAMPA WILL SPEAK. sitions; it might be well for each to : streets were' cleared and Engineer .

sease. Invite every and family back to see don't let the idea die out. It's a I Roberta with a load of firemen"aboard" *" '
that their front yards are --
attractive. good thing. Push it along, and push t (Continued on page 12)) his fifty-five-hundred-dollar fire truck 4

made clean And of the hard. The Fourth of July Committee of Stanford, B. C. Dutton, E. A. Nie- was in front of the Graystone and .:t'

And the tree planting part PRO BONO PUBLICO.CONFLAGRATION the Board of Trade held an important meyer,' M. Katz, D. R. Blenis, A. S. imaginary I
that is scarcely less important L'ENGLE WILL SEND two streams were playing on an : f
proposition meeting last 'Monday, at which the Gilbert, S. B. Aultman, J. D. Wood- : fire.
The will make the I
clean-up final detail of the monster celebrationwas beck A. W. H. R.
Gustus Mayes, ,
City Sanitary, the tree planting will YOU SEED FREE' We would have greatly appreciated a
arranged.The i Andrew Johnson, G. F. Kribbs W. L. "'
Beautiful. Both the honor of more fittingly entertaining {
make the City are '/ IN FIRE ZONE committee on water sports announced I Winn, II. S. Geiger, J. B, Clark, Pat I I these
desirable. The Gazette has : gentlemen but both their'''
equally I the following as a partial Johnston S. J. Triplett, C'. Yowell, TWENTY-TWO THOUSAND PACKAGES
1 coming and going was too quick to :
of the attractions ---t- ;;
already spoken great 1 list of the contests be held in the W. W. Carson, Dozier Leitner. READY FOR DISTRIBUTION '
I permit of anything along the line of
of those cities having well shaded ENTIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED
lake, with possibly' some additions to (.. F. Parker Marshal.
There is question that I i as NOVEMBER 1. a reception. They are in a good cause <
streets. no
Ol'T TO EXTINGUISH FIRE i be made the day of the celebration. ; F. Parker has been selected )
plenty of shade in. a great element in I I (p. as and deserve great credit for the w
IN WOOD PILE. I Swimming race, fifty yards, for ,i grand marshal for the day and will' trouble and ;"'
undergoing
the popularity of certain "tourist Beginning November 1, 1913, I will expense they are 1"
I II I
boys under fourteen years of age, doubt have '
called. Our no everything arrangedin have 20,000 packages of vegetable to mold public sentiment in fa- 'ii.
towns, as they are trop-
i'al'sunshine is too intense and dazzling What might have proved a disastrous I I' prize bf $1 fourteen cash. Swimming of race for proper shape for a display that i seed and 2,000 packages of flower seed vor of good roads. f I ,
hoys over years age, prize will be
: for the visitor from the colder fire occurred Tuesday at 11 ::80 | cash. /first : pleasing. Immediately after I for free 'distribution.I The following composed the party: t
$2 Greasy pole contest the trains arrive from Tampa and'
North, and he seeks the shade. If o'clock when a pile of wood, lying I would prefer sending these seed I J. S. Rowland, Joseph Meisterman, 'r.
prize, one ham; second prize, one side Sanford the of the Fourth
on morning .
Elijah Hand Miss Clara Hand O.
will to actual farmers, gardeners and E.
we haven't it he go to some town near the railroad track at the foot ,
of bacon. Motor boat
races handicap, the visitors will to the Methodist 'i
proceed
those having flower rather Johnson, E. F. Sperry, O. B. Floyd; {
Kissimmee the gardens
that has and give; go- of Darlington avenue, was discovered I I of $1)! cash. Tub and div-
to be ablaze, the effect, supposedly l of prize races church where the corner stone than promiscuously to a list of registered J. D. Hennis, B. II. Roper, T. F. Mann, '
| have not
by.As ing contests had prizes will be laid ruler the of the
u auspices
A. Y. Fuller, C. Watson, F. L. Anderson .
a result .of the .one-mill tax au- sparks from the; yard engine., j named. voters, many of whom would .
Masonic order, and the will ,
procession
thorized at the last session of the It was but a few minutes after the'' have no use for them. Bryan Anderson, O. L. Switzer, a

legislature, we expect shortly to havea whistle sounded before Engineer Roberts :i Herbert Phillins to Sneak. follow the band to the court house Every man, woman and child in W. S. Neville, M. M. Stewart, Charles .

sufficient sum of money to effectively and his red demon swung into :' The committee has arranged to have I grounds where the feast will be prepared Florida desiring a package of these Magruder, Mr. and Mrs. J. ]!J. Brad- \

Hon. Herbert S. United States for the noon hour. shaw E. B. Bradley, A. Cohoon, Geo.
advertise the resources of our Broadway at a speed that resembled I Phillips seed is invited to send me a postal .
District) Attorney of Tampa to deliver The committee in charge of the bean C. Keller, E. G. Duckworth, Louis ,
card-not letter-merely
favored), section, but we should not somewhat a Kansas cyclone, and in a stating
I II the oration for the celebration. feast have secured the services of Dolive, Robert Duckworth, P. F. Lou-
depend \entirely on that. We may I less than three breaths was at the "Vegetable Seed" or "Flower Seed, j
bring eople here, but we cannot fire. The fire boys headed by Chief I Mr. Phillips was just recently ap- the best bean cook in the state and and plainly giving name and address. back W. E. Long, A. B. Johnson, J. q.
i
the of United with the other little side dishes that W. Rex, A. V. Phillips, C. E. Howard, .
show them 'I with the hose and I pointed to position Do not write a letter but use a postal
hold thorn unless we a 1 earn, were out Dr. V. Estes, H. C. Robertson. T. O. :
will be prepared everything will be
clean, licuutiful, thriving, uptodatecity was playing a stream on the fire in I States Attorney, but is well known I card for the reason that it can be Brown A. ... Butt, Alfred Bumbey,
and Viothing contributes more to just MO time. throughout South Florida and is an on hand to tempt the palate of the J I more easily filed and handled. Charles Rock, B. Beacham, Sr., B. ."

this condition than well shaded Aside from burning a small wagon I able and convincing speaker. | most exacting I Write that card right now for these Beacham, Jr., Dr. Stagg, James A. :

streets. load of wood and scorching one boxcar The reception committee chairman ] Water Sports and Boat Rides. addresses must be ready for the Agri- Knox, F.William G. Rush F. Carl Jansen,T.E. J. R
Cape O.
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has but the had been named, but a complete list I Immediately after the bean feastis cultural Department by November 1st, Armstrong .
Providence
Fortunately a kind no damage was done quick'' Brown, H. P. Leu Captain Wilmott, ,
Hberally favored us with a great variety work of the department saved j of those who will serve on this committee I I over at the court house the visitors I 1913, and it will take some time to Mr. McDaniels W. R. O'Neal M. O."

of quick growing and beautiful surance companies much money as I has been announced as follows will be escorted to the city dock at address the packages. Address I Overstreet and wife, M. Crosby, and
,
the lake and the will be started wife, Kirbey Fuller, H. Slauter, O. N.
:
I program i CLAUDE L'ENGLE
of and ,
shade trees from which to make a a large number cars some I Larson, Fred Gore J. H. H. ;,
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selection. Elms, maples, magnolias houses were in close touch with the D. G. Wagner, Chairman; J. W. Lil- in water sports. At 2:30 the boats I House of Representatives, H. Dickson, Whitney Wright Tucker and W.

live and water oaks, camphor, and fire. ly, L. II. Cohoon, J. R. Gilbert, C. L. will make their first trip out on the Washington, D. C.f' P. Watson.

I Handy, L. H. Ingram J. M. Johnson 'lake, and there is no charge for these '' ,
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--- I ..'. H. Lawson, A. B. Jarrell II. E. i I rides. Another trip will be made at '
.
.
I Cole, R. D. Porter, G. M. Taylor, 'j 4 o'clock. / I

Emil Mach, R. I D. Waring, Roma The Fats and Leans.

Mass Meeting at Court House Thomas, A. E. Bearden, J. C. Led- j| The arrangement for the Fats and !| Meeting of Board of TradeThe I

better, (!. B. Poe S. H. Bullock, M.I I Lean baseball game were placed in I I

.1. Hicks, P. A. Vans Agnew, S. W.I charge of Mr. D. G. Wagner at the
chairman of I regular month-end of the Board of :t I
vested in meeting
By virtue of authority me as
I Downing, Lewis O'Bryan, D. B. Potts, meeting Monday and he has made
the Committee on Municipal Improvements of the Boardof .1. E. I.upfer, M. E. Stephens, C. A. out the following list of those who i Trade will be held Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in the ;'

Trade, I hereby call a mass meeting of the citizens:; cf ( 'arson J. W. Thompson, J. E. Rush, will play: council chamber. It u earnestly hoped that every }

Kissimmee at the court house on Thursday afternoon, C. W. Dann, W. J. Sears, S. L. Lup- For the "Fats"-Dr. M. J. Hicks : member will be present, as the committee in chargeof J

fer, N C. Bryan, J. Z. Roberson, F. as Captain, with the following line
the celebration of 4th will make
June 26th. 1913, at 4 o'clock, to form definite plan for July its last re- ,J
II A. Lincoln S. G. Ragsdale, W. B. up: C. A. Carson, S. L. Lupfer, W. : .
effect the of the Mayor designating port before that event becomes history. Other mat- .10;
carrying into proclamation Makinson, C. W. Griffin, E. L. Lesley, B. Makinson, J. M. Lee, C. W. .

July 17th a* Tree-Planting and Clean-Up Day. I K.: P. Dann, P. K. Weaver, R. B. Wood- I fin, Arthur E. Donegan, M. Grif-I, ten of importance will be discussed that should engage '..

To this meeting a special invitation is extended to the : ham, W. A. Smith, C. 1.. ,Hyatt, G. C. I B. Aultman, II. R. Mayes, Andrew the attention of all good citizens of Kissimmee, as the .'

members of the Civic League. Livingston E. Derbyshir o, W. B. Johnson, Dr. W. L. Winn, M. E. I welfare of our city I ia the sole object for which the

N. C BRYAN, Chairman, Crawford, A. S. Nelson II. D. Geiger, Stephens, C. L. Bandy II. E. Cole W'j Board of Trade was organized.C. .

I"'. C. Bryan, J. W. Simpson, II. GI J D. Burkham, H. C. Stanford, C. .
Committee on Municipal Improve- F. JOHNSON S. J. TRIPLETT ti'
F,, Bartlett, Arthur E. Donegan T. M.I Dann, N. C. Bryan. ,

ments, Kissimmee Board of Trade. Rivers, G. H. Prather, J. L. Overstleet,1T : The "Leans" captained by S. J. Secretary. President. '

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TREE PLANTING II II SIXTY ORLANDO--



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..ItJIj NAMED BY MAYOR FOR JULY 17 1 PASSED THROUGH HERE TUES.

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Proclamation

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EVERY CITIZEN IS URGED TO WHILE HERE WERE ENTERTAINED )
Pda
LEND HIS BEST EFFORTS TO BY A DEMONSTRATION I
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art. \ MAKE KISSIMMEE MORE OP OUR MODERN FIREFIGHTING

0'I31lf BEAUTIFUL. Pursuant to a resolution 'of the Board of Trade of Kissimmee EQUIPMENT. (',, !

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Never before has movement been ,. adopted at its meeting of June 9th, 1913, and in accordancewith Such a honk-honking- and toottooting -

.t initiated in Kissimmee that met such

',' general approval as did in the action of the suggestions and requests heretofore made from this office parts one occurred never here heard Tuesday before morning in these I

the Board of Trade requesting
about 8:45: when sixteen auto loadsof }

Mayor J. setting W. Lilly aside to issue some his particular proclamation - and the approval of many of'our enterprising citizens, I hereby desig- the Orlando Head of boosters Broadway hove'In sight at .,


-- day\to;\\ be designated as" "Clean-Up 17th 1913 CLEAN UP DA Y and After our calm, contented, peacefuland lr
nate Thursday July
and Ttfi Planting Day. To our as earn- progressive people had somewhat n
knowledge there has not been a dissenting -

voice against the plan, and estly request and direct that laying aside all and singular your other fair recovered city was from being the invaded feeling by that a war our ,,

the has proved himself one
I mayor
ring faction bent double with sinister

of lamation the most in another enthusiastic column, as shows.his proc duties you lend your presence and influence and enter heartily and \ motives, the question was asked who '"r

they were, from whence they came,

aa The the mayor day to has clean designated up and plant July trees 17th, enthusiastically into this movement for the betterment and well being I I' and lean where though bound exceedingly, when a large handsome, long, i

and his request that business be suspended \ 1
gentleman stepped to the front and
and all enter heartily into the
of our city. : exclaimed and declaimed: "We are q
will be complied with. I
plan Ii 1 We the boosters
I from Orlando! are big -

The following announcement anent Done at Kissimmee this June 14 1913. for good roads! We are on our t
this matter is from one of our ablest + '
i way to St. Pete, and will make short
and deserves, and should carry I 1
men I, stops at the villages of Bartow, Lakeland -
much with : JAMES W. LILLY
Mayori
weight our people
tf Editor Valley Gazette: I noticed i I and Tampa! Do .you get met Z si
"
If you don't stand from under and '
with great pleasure in your last issue
clear the way, for the dust we make i
the request of the Board of Tradeto '
beclouds the sunil!!!" 'i
the Mayor to designate a certain I
1 Ando and behold, we took a second -
day as Clean-up and TreePlantingDay. II
is certainly I : look and saw to our great pleasure -
The Board of Trade
on the right track in making this It II.: 'r | that the orator was none other

request. The desirability, nay the I 1 i i. than Geo. C. Keller, editor of the Re- ,
J of clean- i I - porter-Star, and by his side was that
absolute necessity a general
( umbrella trees and many others that I Rush, R. B. Woodham, W. B. Craw- I irredoubtable C. E. Howard, owner

rt ing up, if we would escape is too disease, i i might be mentioned, make up a list I G. F. Parker Selected ford, H. G. Bartlett, Dr. T. M. Rivers, and editor of the' Sentinel. Then w. '
and a possible epidemic, apparent -
frorni which even the most exacting J. L. Overstreet, G. F. Parker, J. D. j knew the whole crowd were boosters,
to hardly need mention. Every r
of filthor requirements can be met. The sug- Grand Marshal July 4 Woodbeck, J. D. Clark, Lewis O'Bryan, 1 for this pair travels with no other .
receptacle
and
possible
:4P0I. alley should be and gestion that the residents of each F. C. Bryan.Mr. I| kind!.of folks, and we also knew thatnothing

- garbage and gone The over breeding street should get together and decide ,I Wagner suggests that the : tame would satisfy them, so ,
made clean sanitary. ( .
on some particular variety for that above named
gentlemen immediately chief was telephoned, to bring out
places of flies and mosquitoes COMMITTEE! MEETING MONDAY AFTERNOON COMPLETED DETAILS lour
attention. street, is a good one and should be I commence training and be preparedto his red demon. In three shakes of asheep's '

. should receive disseminators especial of di followed. In that way only can uni- I FOR THE CELEBRATION-HERBERT PHILIPS OF take care of their respective po- tail the siren sounded, the

) They are great formity be becureii. But above all, I TAMPA, WILL SPEAK. sitions; it might be well for each to streets were' cleared and Engineer
sease. Invite every family to see don't let the idea die out. It's *
a I I' Roberts with a load,of firemen aboardhis
back --
that their front and .yards are good thing. Push it. along, and push (Continued on page 12)) fifty-flve-hundred-dollar\ fire truck
made clean and attractive. The Fourth of Committee of Stanford B. C. Dutton E.
hard July A Nie-
in front of the and
was Graystone
And the tree planting part of the PRO BONO PUBLICO.CONFLAGRATION the Board of Trade held an important meyer, :M:. Katz, D. R. Blenig, A. S.
is less important L'ENGLE WILL SEND I two Streams were playing on an imaginary -
that
scarcely -
proposition meeting last Monday, at which the Gilbert S. B. Aultman, J. D Wood- fir .
The clean-up will make the final detail of the monster celebrationwas beck, A. W. Gustus, H. R. Mayes, *
YOU SEED FREE We would have
will greatly appreciatedthe
City Sanitary, the tree planting arranged. i Andrew Johnson, G. F. Kribbs, W. L.

make the City Beautiful. Both are IN fiRE ZONE The committee. on water sports announced | Winn, H. S. Geiger, J. D. Clark, Pat honor of more fittingly entertaining -
has these gentlemen, but both their Vll
equally desirable. The Gazette i the following as a partiallist Johnston, S. J. Triplett, C. E. Yowell, TWENTY-TWO THOUSAND PACK

already spoken of the great attractions of the contests to be held in the ;, W. W. Carson, Dozier Leitner. AGES READY FOR DISTRIBUTION coming and going was too quick to 1
of those cities having well shaded ENTIRE: ( DEPARTMENT CALLED permit of anything along the line ofa
lake, with possibly additions to
i some : (;. F. Parker as Marshal. NOVEMBER 1. reception. They are in
a good cause
Htreets. There is no question that OI'T( TO EXTINGUISH' FIRE I be made the day of the celebration. I G.; I F. Parker has been selected as and deserve
credit
great for the
element in
of shade is a great
plenty IN WOOD PILE. I Swimming race, fifty yards, for grand marshal for the day and willno
the popularity of certain "tourist I Beginning November 1, 1913, I will trouble and expense they are under- ,
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boys under fourteen of ,
years age doubt have everything
: arranged have of going to mold public sentiment in favor -
Our 20,000 packages vegetableseed
they called. tropical
towns as are -
I prize of $1 cash. Swimming race for in shape for that
a display
proper
of roads.
.J sunshine is too intense and daz- What might have proved a disastrous fourteen. of and 2,000 packages of flower seed good
prize
over
hoys years age will be pleasing. Immediately after
zling for the visitor from the colder fire occurred Tuesday at 11:30:: I $2 cash. Greasy pole contest, first fbr free distribution.I The following composed the party:
I
the trains arrive from Tampa and
seeks the shade. If of wood would prefer sending these seed i I J. S. Rowland, Joseph Meisterman,
North, and he o'clock when a pile lying ham second prize, side !
prize one ; one Sanford the of the Fourth
|Ion morning
; Hand Miss
I Elijah Clara (Hand C.
E.
to actual farmers, and
- we haven't it he will go to some town near" the railroad track at the foot I of bacon. Motor boat races handicap, gardeners
the visitors will proceed to the Metho-
that has and give Kissimmee the go- of Darlington avenue, was discovered prize of $5 cash. Tub races and diving those having flower gardens, rather !. Johnson, E. F. Sperry, O. B. Floyd;
: dist church where the
corner stone than promiscuously to list of J. I). Hennis, B. II. Roper, T. F. Mann,
of a
to be ablaze, the effect, supposedly, I reg-
contests have not had prizes
by.As will be laid under the auspices of the A. Y. Fuller C. Watson
istered voters, of .whom would F. L. Anderson -
one-mill
a result of the tax authorized sparks from the yard engine. named. I many
Masonic order, and the
I procession will
at the last* session of the It was but a few minutes after the I II have no use for them. Bryan Anderson, O. L. Switzer, +'
I Herbert 'Phillins to Soeak. follow the band to the court house W. S. Neville M. M. Stewart Charles
legislature, we expect shortly to havea whistle sounded before Engineer Rob- l I Every man, woman and child in y
sufficient sum of money to effectively erts and his red demon swung into Ii i The committee has arranged to have grounds, 'where the feast will\ be pre- Florida desiring a package of these Magruder, Mr. and Mrs. J. N Brad- ;,
ODe Hon. Herbert S. Phillips United States pared for the noon hour. shaw, E. B. A. Cohoon Geo.C. .
advertise the resources of ourfavor.f' Broadway at a speed that resembled I seed ife invited to send me a postal Bradley, ,
l District of to deliver The committee in charge of the bean Keller E. G. Duckworth
section, but we should not somewhat a Kansas: cyclone, and in Attorney Tampa, card-not a letter-merely stating Louis j
, I I the oration for the celebration.Mr. feast have secured the services of Dolive, Robert Duckworth, P. F. Lou-
depend entirely on that. We may less than three breaths was at the "Vegetable Seed" or "Flower Seed,
bring eople here, but we cannot fire. The (ire boys, headed by Chief 'I Phillips was just recently appointed the best bean cook in the state and and plainly giving name and address. back, W. E. A. B. Johnson, J. 1
to the position of United with the other little side dishes that W. Rex, A. V. Phillips, C, E. Howard,
them with the hose and Do not write a letter, but use a postal
hold thAm unless we show a 'I aro, were out Dr. V. Kstes, H. C. Robertson T. O.
will be prepared, everything will be ,
States but is well known
dean, "l utiful, thriving, up-to-date was playing a stream on the fire in I Attorney on hand to tempt the palate of the I card for the reason that it can be Brown, A. F. Butt, Alfred Bumbey,
throughout South Florida and is an filed and handled. Charles Rock, B. Beacham .
city, and ty thinjr contributes more to just no time. more easily Sr., B.Keacham 1
this con tion than well shaded Aside from burning a small wagon able and convincing speaker. | most exacting. I Write that card right now for these Jr., Dr. Stagg, James A.

b streets. \ load -of wood and scorching one box The reception committee chairman II j Water Sports and Boat Rides. addresses must be ready for the Agri- Knox, F. G. Rush, Carl Jansen, E. J. t
had been named, but list Immediately after the bean feastis Cape, William F. Armstrong, T. O.
complete
Fortunately a kind Providence has car no damage was done, but the quick I a cultural Department by November 1st, Brown, H. P. Leu, Captain' Wilmott,
liberally favored us with a great variety work of the department saved the insurance of those who. will serve on this com- ;i over at the court house the visitors I 1913, and it will take some time to :Mr. McDaniels, W. R. O'Neal, M. O.

,, of quick growing and beautiful companies much money as I mittee has been announced as follows will be escorted to the city dock at address the packages. Address I Overstreet and wife, M. Crosby, and
: the lake and the program will be started CLAUDE L'ENGLE wife, Kirbey Fuller, H. Slauter, O. N.
.;, : shade trees from which to make a a large: number of cars and some I Larson Fred t
D. G. Wagner, Chairman; J. W. Lilly -. in water sports. At 2:30: the boats Gore, J. H. Tucker, H.
!House of
houses in close touch with the I Representatives,
selection. Elms, maples, magnolias, were II. Dickson, Whitney Wright and W. t
live and water oaks, camphor, and fire. L. II. Cohoon, J. R. Gilbert. C. L.I..: will make their first trip out on the Washington, D. C.I' P. Watson. .

Bandy, L. H. Ingram, J. M. Johnson, .TaTTe, and there is no charge for! these' .! ... .
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. II. Lawson, A. B. Jarrell, H. E. i I rides. Another trip will be made at r

I I.' R. I D. Porter, G. M. Taylor, I 4 o'clock. /

Emil Mach, R. I D. Waring, Roma ; The Fats and Leans.

Mass Meeting at Court HouseBy Thomas, A. E. Bearden, J. C. LedI'f'ttl'r j I The arrangement for the Fats and I II Meeting of Board of Tirade

"" l G. B. Poe, S. H. Bullock, M. I Lean baseball game were placed in

;t. J. !Hicks, P. A. Vans Agnew, S. W. I charge of Mr. 1) G. Wagner at the I
chairman The regular month-end of the Board of
virtue of authority .vested in me as of Downing, Lewis O'Bryan, D. B. Potts, meeting Monday and he has made meeting

the Committee on Municipal Improvements of the Boardof /I. K. Lupfer, M. E. Stephens, C. A. out the following list of those who i Trade will be held Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in the

Trade, I hereby call a mass meeting of the citizens cf 'arson, J. W. Thompson, J. E. Rush, | will play: council chamberIt is earnestly hoped that every. '

Kissimmee at the court house on Thursday afternoon, ,, C. W. Dann, W. J. Sears, S. L. Lup- "For the "Fats"-Dr. M. J. Hicks I member will be present, as the committee in chargeof

I fer, N. C. Bryan, J. Z. Roberson, F. us .Captain, with the following line-I the celebration of
at 4 o'clock to form definite plans for July 4th will make its last report
June 26th. 1913
'I A. Lincoln, S. G. Ragsdale, W. B. up: C. A. Carson, S. L. Lupfer, W. i iI '
of the Mayor designating before that event becomes history. Other matters W
carrying into effect the proclamation Makinson, C. W. Griffin, E. L. Lesley, I B. Makinson, J. M. Lee, C. W. Grif- -

July 17th as Tree-Planting and Clean-Up Day. i I E. P. Dann, P. K. Weaver, R. B. Wood- I I fin, Arthur E. Donegan, M. Katz, S. of importance will be discussed that should engage 1 }

To this meeting a special invitation is extended to the :' ham, W. A. Smith; C. L. Hyatt, G. C.'I B. Aultman, H. R. Mayes, Andrew the attention of all good citizen of Kissimmee, a* the

members of the Civic League. Livingston: E. Derbyshire, W.B.. I I Johnson, Dr. W. L. Winn, M. E. welfare of our city i is the sole object for which the i"

N. C BRYAN, Chairman,, Crawford, A. S. Nelson, H. D. Geiger, Stephens, C. L. Bandy, H, E. Cole, W. Board of Trade was organized. #
.F. C. Bryan, J. W. Simpson, H. G. In. Burkham, II. C. Stanford, C. W. ? '
.tier Committee on Municipal Improvements C. F. JOHNSON S. J. TRIPLET "
Bartlett, Arthur E. Donegan, T. M. I Dann, N. C. Bryan. .

KUsimmee Board of Trade. Rivers, G. H. Prather, J. L. Overstreet, The "Leans" captained by S. J. Secretary. President.

t+t+t e I II IT. M. Murphy, G. F. Parker, IK C. I Triplett, assisted by J. W. Lilly, J. E. y 1

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8 H.' C. Stanford's Action he takes upon exception Mr. Stanford's to our action slight in stricture the I GRAND(j CHANCELLOR R I : '

!'t on i t b legislature, regarding; the charter that KNIGHTS Of PYTHIAS.1 DflZIEB .LElTNEB L SlSUBShCE l $ JlG ""Gy.I .

'ri 1 j was proposed for St Cloud and which
:, The St. Cloud Charter Bill '
: t I we still believe Mr. Stanford .deliberately -I I Th.Oldest aM Irife; Innurmnc Agency in O.xx.>ll .County

'As1 the letter does FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT 'HEALTH
\f HiHed' not I
w. J, SEARS, ATTENDS DISTRICT --"'" .....ONIE 110 -
j answer anythingVwe decline to give it i :
: LABOR ,W. FARRIS SAYS' .REPRESENTAT1VE; ACTED Jo'o.ttHES :.ISa space, Inuendoes are not arguments;,i. 'CONVENTION AT; JACKSONVILLE I .

TEKEST <)J P THE CITIZENS OI"THE WONDEK CITY. 'I AND MAKES AD-. i
'if Mr. Farris determines to contra. evils Is to distort out of all reality the

t. _ J '_. ._ --- j! diet Senator Donegan's position, let i DRESS.Our : POSTAL LAWS actual things worth living for. When

\ l' j I dO-lIo-quieUy'and personally with I ._ '_' ._. the peace of a whole ''fa mi If is upsetbecause
June 1(5( 191' come from the tnind of u true lepiesentation I : AND REGULATIONS
+ I, Mr ]Donegan, he cannot use the columns the ,breakfast coffee Is cold,
Gazette of St. Cloud citizenship, but
i Editor KissimmtMl! Valley :
: I of the Tribune, under its presentmanagement fellow townsman! W. J, Sears, I or someone has mislaid the morning
'I I am enclosing! you an article which :: sounds more like coming( from a mind --r-- I
appeared in the St. Cloud Tribune "wiought up by the sting{ of disappointment I for" that purpose. We I' who occupies the exalted. position ofGrand I APPLICANTS. : FOIL APPOINTMENT' 1 paper, things! have.lost due proportion. )I\\,
do not close the ..01 of this Chancellor of the Pythian order I
the *.. heie it will makeassertion I i umns paper CARRIERS The effect i H> simply ludicrous to ,the ,.
-V - -- June. Gth.....also an exception J _.to to a degree I AS LETTER MUST
after ,
against him or t-he faction he represents of Florida Is a mutt sought looker-on. To those "
article which the editor refused to itn :which in fact that same I unimpasioned
and if he should' be willing! toadvocate.the I man these days, his .latest call being"! i- --UK: ItE1'WEEN--1&-AND; : embroiled In the'jars and-jangles thereis ;
publish, but look the lilx rtv' lo publish mind will not nndoi -, when\ it has betime I
a misleading comnienl of which not'mat. enforcement of law and to attend the disiriel ,convention thisweek n EAItSOF< AiE only; a sort of helpless' misery, whichis
a cheerful compliance with the lawful at Jacksonville,
I enclose a clipping) Mi; Stanford' has |been a tax payer anything but a subject for smiles.
.n In justice to myself Mi .Stanford, in-I:; (loud SHU i- il mfaiHV, and was oidinances' of St. Cloud, our columns ]In speaking of the j pact' Ml Sears s-etlon: 129.; : !" Appliiants fur appvinlment 1'I ,: be happy one should look at the i
Mould be gladly opened to him, for look in the pioieedings/: of the conviiilion -
substantial \ letter-camels will be evils) and worries of life as if from the
as
and u lalir majoritv of the people ofSt. aiming' /: t the lied to treat a ,, \
that would be th, : of I
regarded genuine \h'lI'opol1 ueselay
as a
Cloud, I ask you to please give Io-,, ,",,-s liousiin which he has cimriintid examined by the Civil SeticcCom large' end of an peru glass, thus diminishing
'boost for St. Cloud
This
must end said
in for the enelas' d line. of urn beet -toil's tvetIIMI : na.von.i Applicants fur \aminiit ion / them; while for pleasant
your paper .
space
i| tin cooler far "Pile address of the lion W. J.Scars "
as us we ate concerned -
artiele-K .. and has been a man: who has i must he made on a blank form prescribed things the small end of the glass
for we 'believe we then stated the :; of Kissimmee, the distinguished -
'
nui I- respectfully, ,.MI, bteh ,.a.ly \In and! ( hi- |>coilcof|' bv. the Civil Service Commi-, should be held l to the eyes, so magnifying
fad, and Lure still convinced that wemade head of the Pjthian Ordei in Klorid -
l.AHOK W. "I'ARIt1S., *-t 1 ( otid in "anw.iv' that lie niuldwhin sam whuh will \bi- furnished uon| le what is enjoyable.-Woman's

ailed upon) and whenM- /get: I a Hue representation.CHECKING. . i, bristled with' cheering sentences, ,1')11"1.'] b) the loc' I'IIIIoa..1. of cvuminers.Examinations Home Companion

As I .nil a iti/cn, and taspii\- ofSt. meet men like 11. (la.Stanloid:; III I - '- facts relating to the progress" ( of the will l I..- upon only to I

Cloud!, and one who supported ::1i.; / HIM )legislature/: we will halt I less pollIn ,- : UPHOUSE older. in this grand domain and a | .uli/cns, of the United I States

Stanford and also: ;Mi... lion.'i.iii in the- I I. and' !moil good I loaddiimage Billing, stilling I appeal for unison of Kveiy applicant foi appointment l

lat election I wish to take c"X..plloll" 'and iithe( / i impi') oM-iiients in OUI'Iul..,. NUMBERS purpose and effort "I 111m glad," said must In between IK and 4;, years of FENOLEAND
hi "to be with the of the SixthIhslmitt I
lodges
to the articlecommenting on a l It.tlei' l.AHOK \'\'. KVKHISI .-' i ag ', must weigh not less I than 125

written( by ;Mi 'stanfoid to :'I1ayol'I.i I >. ; I to note your sliadj growth pounds and must not be less than .11

II. Jill:, when, it' was stall:d inaid..! I lollowing are the articles refilled W. ('. rA\II'UEI.I.: HAS OKDKics cud. the broad feeling of fraternity I feet .j 1 inches in height lie will also I Ii .

"Mi; \( .jn1l' toSt :Mi, lain letter of dent( on every hand You have I be required to undergo a physical ex- I
comment thai Ponceau i to in le 10 PLVCK; :MIMKKKS ON: JoI ;\- {
good, wide.awake\ lodges, and I know
C'loud in the hope| t of irettiiii/: a guest: I KIM HOl'SE IN: CITY. better de-Id I foi j I animation' by a reputable ph) tie ran, F Fenole Stock Dip
Pythian activity
correct under standing\ about t hi)' proemCJhartCr \Stanford:; "S the (barter I I"f no i I w ho will till out blank form 11'! fur-

," and after a rnnfriChce \\e- KIp"'e to th" following letter 'I \than the Sixth District. anti you should m-hi'il 1 bv the. Civil Service (CommisI Ale the HKS'I Insecticides Germicides

(of which it it hard to lind any who from Representative Stanford: W. t' C ampbell is this week checking certainly he two thousand in membership I through: ihe local board of ex and! I Disinfectants for house

were present) it was decided to <.lirninute State Legislative Hall, Tallahassee, I up the house numbering of the I by the "time the Crand Lodge', aminei. hold and outdiMii. purposes! '

a certain section, and also add a Florida June :2nd! lifl.i! :!. : city, in older that the work may be !, incts again. ----- ---

referendum clause to the proposed Major: I 1) II. dill, St. Cloud, Florida, j(I completed according to requirementsof ,I ---- --- :NOISE is HIIXIM; :MANKIND:' FENOLE

charter, wherein should it 1 pass! bathhouses :My Hear) Sir: Yours to hand, and I the government. This work was 'i REESE-BROSSIER i I Man's nerves and hearing apparatus

und be signed bv the Governor ; will, say that 1 will, not pass chatter done some months ago under orders were evolved in comparatively quiet' Kill. the, fly, the germs and all

the people would thin \be put to bill as long as there is so much opposition i i': forum, the council, but there was quitea :I I I I were evolved in comparatively, quiet other inse-its and 1 microbes

the expense of an election to turn it to it. Senator I Donegal/ must number of houses that were not ,, :NOIKD' KDIIORT LAST DEMONSTKAIKS :' I II 'i I surroundings, to detect faint sounds I Use with a Spray. '
down again after they had voted ill I have consulted.I only faction hit i numbered the him of of the
one on by property owners all OFSt'I'EHIOI warning danger or presence -
I' 1JK IS \ :MAN: $2,:Ml; the Gallon.;
down in thie-e mass imetmjfs. visit to St. Cloud, as a storm of protest I i thai time, and when the postof fice mspeetois I of game Sudden loud sounds>
The fact of the matter is that Mr I came as soon as it was known were here recently to investigate I IN'I'EI.l.1GEN'E.l'i.pecially : ; : shock the system greatlyin childhood fl.35 the Half Gallon.

Iloneijan was J prevailed upon and urged that he had agreed to pass charter i I the advisability of establish : : l hey may cause convulsions 7r:>c the (luart..t .

to 'inlioduic the proposed charter ;! will not take the responsibility of settling ,I lug Ihe free city delivery system, quiet and artistic' was In time we might' evolve a race im :Sprayer; FREE" with, the First:

in the legislature b> some of.the same the differences, of St. (loud :I this matter o'f un-numbered houses the' wedding of.J 1 Hugh Reese and mum, to noise,. but m it can only be done (dnllon.; _

men who were in umental in getting Yours very truly, was fhrought up and the inspectors Adele II. Hrossie i al .", o'clock vestirilaj b) killing, off those who are most in-

up the proposed ihaiterand causedall II. CLAY STANFOII 'I -tated that the recommendations ,' aftemnoou juied bv it, and triosi nervous people' .

the disfiatisfai, among the pco : could not be made for the free" delivery are very often the" ones who are doing FEN OLE
It s( true tnat Senator Donc-gan) did I' The beautiful, home of Col cud
pie of St. Cloud, by certain clause in | ulllil this work was done properlyMr the most to advance i ili/ation, So
the charter and the secrecy in whichthe visit( St. (loud in I the hope of gettinga : (Campbell has been connected ;Mi-, 1 F. ( liiossii' was charming' in the I Is -old onlv though de"lerti-.no
correct understanding about that I ,its di-coi ationof yellow and white, only thing/ lo do is make the house. ..to.housicanvassers' .
whole matter of (retting up the i I with the local postofhte as extra clerk environment lit for them and l not kill,
charter proposed charter, and after conference I and masses of vilbiw) nisi s bi ,mg found $r>Ol( reward for the arrest and
proposed carried with- familial
was on I is with what the depart- them as unfit for the
out the of the it was decided to eliminate Section everywhere. environment' conviction of any one selling an
knowledge people i i iije-nt requires and in a few days will the Mew York (I'less '
The articlestates that "M r. Stan- I 40, the two dollar tax proposition, haveall the houses in the city nuni The weddiiLT wa> vciv -*.ml'l,. and' savs Ihe first abolish' inse-e'tie'ide! misrepresenting it to be

ford failed to meet the issue fairly as I and over which so much oppositionwas hared. attended nnlv bv the. farnilv of the step is,to unneiessaiv rENOLE.Fenole :' .
1o..lb.1"11.. ,,
he did not come to personally investigate !I expressed It was also decidedto t To just mention the slack attention hr ,Ids.'I'hc. and street cries,
add a referendum] clause lo the (instruct less nomsy }pavements and l Stock DipFo.
this 1 brine, iltiaitivi.lv
given numbering business when 1 was gowneilin Children
I glue play grounds where they
The people of this county electedMr. proposed charier, whereby should it undertaken beforeth following a g-olnJ-u"ay suit, of heavy tan I

,: Stanford to iro to the legislatureand I pass both houses and also receive thegovernor's streets are dIed as a fair exampleof linen, limned with dUllY laic if a can blow off steam to their hearth'iimtenl 1 all outdoor purposes, stable, JI
and not annoy anyone, not dairy, poultry' houses, toll-Is, and
i
signature it would not beCome .
represent them, and as I have the entire city: Darlington avenue darker shade The hal was a blue. .
even long sutTi ling( headaihv mam e-i-sspooU Kills j injects,
an operative lay until after the germs
been a close reader of the Journal of was short twenty numbers on the dlose flltilllu..Ioall./ 1I'lIlIm..dilh
the House of 1 Representatives, and I I majority of legally qualified! voters of I houses; Broadway from Stanford'sto blue iibbiHi, maA son's amid odoi
grunts who run still, the of
notice Mr. Stanford is always on the St. Cloud had ratified the same at a I Kat/'s had twenty unnumbered Miss HIOSSKI n's einlv at tt.ndunt was noise ( 'an be used as a dip or with

job, where it is hm duty to be, and f legally called election for that purpose. houses, and Stewart avenue had seventeen :Miss :Malluldiiles. a lousin Miss.. way.t, lulot"-l'ull." sptavei J I or sprinkler,.
I the
not at home trying to settle disputes That would seem a proper procedurefor unnumbered house's Nilos' "O"IUIIIIIU a damlv while by

on a matter that our citizens should 1 a gentleman and a public servant I It became necessary to order numbers lingc-i f i'oc.kMr wol Id. PoHilitrl. Guaranteed;

settle before it is put up to our rep- such as we credit Mr. Donegan with ,, from Chicago to complete the : Reese had as his best. man I DH TilE. JoTTILlTY I OK WOKKV' Price:

resentatives to place before the legislature being i I work, as no local concern or Tampa Potts of Kissimmet-, .allon; $1.:50; ; Half Gallon, 90r;
Worry is a habit like thefinger
.t arid if this matter of a charter Mr. Stanford failed to meet the issue or Jacksonville house had sufficient Father Kennedy of the Church of biting Quart, 60..,

had been voted on and indorsed by the fairly, for, so far as we are advisedhe numbers in stock to do th'e work. It I the Holy Name officiated. nails turning in the' toes, or
talking slang. It comes in time to be I
t voters of St. Cloud I am satisfied did not come to St. Cloud person- is expected that the )work will be : After the ceremony, fruit, punch
that' Mr. Stanford would have been ally to investigate, as did Senator completed within the next ten days and .cake were served to the guests. not only a habit, but a sinful FENOLE CHEMICAL CO
. I : .j ence; almost as hurtful to
much bette'r'pleased to have seen that Donegan, and yet he says that Senator.d This numbering, together with, the The young couple boarded the train mind IndUlg'1 711 TAMPA STREETPhone

the bill was passed through the legislature 1 Donegan" "must have consulted with marking of the street corners, which at Buena Vista for Jacksonville) Atlanta ' as overeating, or 625 Tampa.

under those conditions, than I only one faction." Truth is Senator I was cheeked up by F. W.' Pittman,,'ee- and Asheville, wherethej will per or scandal or talebearing I For wale in KisHimmee by

to defeat the bill under the existing i Donegan/ had nq more at stake than I placing the signs where they were n.main! until Julv first, when they The mind readily f"lIs.a. victim to ' '
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had moral habit- To GROCERY:
:Mr. Stanford should have make much oftn.ill
had. The I
conditions. I i missing' will put (he city in shape to will be al homi. to thi.i; friend onKiscav '
_. II things I is to belittle life ('O\II'\'I( : : \ .
I difference between the two men seemsto have the free ( To
There was not the I delivery established.1'IIEllI'M ] I njL I Drive i
protests by
pe-| be that Senator. Donegan looked inagmfv and give important} to little :2B-4t) gr
Mis Reese 'is of the
tition of near two hundred of St Cloud out most pop
I voters but there were numerous personal I foi the so-called objectionable points, : : ON:' HMilKS ulai \oung woinii I,, of :Miami. though, .
I found them and caused thi-n ihmina- foi the few
letters written to Mi Stanfoidprotesting pint yetialit has \In 'natti
lion' : while Mr. Stanford appeared to '1 In. new provision in the income tax' tiding, / Mrenaii lolligi. studying
against the of theproposed (
charter, and passage Mr /St"nfonll' act like Paf who Lured. not to whatpartj :' law /giving'/ an exemption of $;00 forLath vote tultiim' slit ha\ itig an i sn"t'M\|).' BRICK Red and Buff-. Gray and

ac.t..d..H he bilongid' so /lung as u was nimbi, must ,delight! the heart of good \"".' ,
any true representatmvelshould I
act in refusing to pass the formnst the /.:' \"ennui...nt to gl\e St ( olone I Koosevi Mr Ri.i.s(. was mniuilid' with tin Common Building

.. I posed charter, with the e\idencc, pio-he1: (loud a black\ eye uhtmn" "I' possibleSI The 1 trouble is that most of those ,Miami, :Mitiopolis several years ago

had presented to him (loud can li\ fun' awhile yet who |iiimonic.' '" tax will not timid! lias) a spltmhd' moid, fly a m \\'-|I"IJ"'I'] i Large Stock Prompt SiiipnientKSA

-- : without this, 01 another ihartir, anti :*;dii() sufluicnt nului! c-iiii nt to encouraire man of the best ;Miami Herald)
And as to the "fllnn)'" story ptut) of very ----\yI >' K 101 C I (
j when such shall hr presented it I is quite the storkMatistus Inn I 1 I'', MOMY I C) ---
the article where the is'
drawn that "Mr inference I possibleMi' : '. Stanford will not have will show that ,it 'is the :Mi,mL't'i'se' "ItIh. editor of II'all..y ;"
Stanford
is ever I any right to vote upon that barter, mi'n whose iniomes are less thant \ ( ;iiiettt' hunt .June/ 1'I12! : topiil

when ready I the to give St. (loud' a black.itself eye I and only''lo speck\ as a "lubhyt'. : linli( who have the most' (children".\ I'll! :;!, suit I dining that turn' A. C. CONYERS

r opportunity presents and t tt1l'Y will gel( no bcni-fit from the. madi mica Tin'nils among our" people' ,
is not only an unwarranted. but an unKentlenianly 1'111'I 'I 1'1 id.tine has Item. a-k.cl l by11';
gO"IlIt'III'i *- .ptemitim on "kiddies," who wish for him that life of happi- DII\'ul) Bldg.; ,, .Jacksonville; Flu.
assertion, and does not Luhol I I: ' ' .1 110\ ,
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MAINTENANCE' rAND the auria oe of the road smooth and ,ed our thermometer to 66 deg.,,Thurs- -

wat' rttght'after..- the sun 'cornet out. NO MORE UNRIPE:: daf morning and light, coats were in j

REPAIR OF' The road 1 I. always dragged after it demand; and yet people go north (or

hat rained and not'when it is dry. A CITRUS FRUITS a cool summer. The middle 8tat lIIcarcely' 4' THE H. G lEVER

EARTH ROADS, food, strong pair ot'borses with a furnish these<< necessities'tocomfort j ;

well-built 'drag can drag about ,3 or '- and it is only 'the Eastern :

4 miles of road in a day, and It is the states that can bear comparison with REALTY COMPANYPrairie

best way to maintain good roads. In WILL BE SHIPPED FROM FLORIDA our summer 'weather. And therefore

,GOLD ,MEDAL FORREST ESSAY Y every county some' farmer along each 'we see no reasonable excuse why our '
Land Groves Hammock Lands
4 miles of road should own a drag and country should not be ,a favored 'sum Orange High '

a J I drag the road when it rains, and he NO' FRUIT' CAN BE SHIPPED BEFORE ' mer resort as well :as winter. Our J+ Timber Land: Land. tan Price and on Easy Terms '

TIME. FOR RECEIVING ESSAYS would always find the road in good NOVEMBER '15 UNLESS section produces also an abundance

'I ON THAT condition when he'goes to marke.t.Owln& I of the finest and most delicious fruits '
J SUBJECT EXTEND- THEY STAND TilE ACID 2,000 acres Stock Ranch-will exchange half value
.to. the fact that many rural n i I and--vegetables, 'which' our northern t
'" -, ED TO OCTOBER 15, 1913. TEST.: for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:-
1 schools were closed at the'time when | friend cannot properly appreciate for i .

the/ prize maintenance essay was announced I the reason that they use them after

If you look at the ordinary country by Director Logan Waller The long agony Ja over and the 'v have been .boxed .up.in close .cab Orange Groves all sizes and prices

'"' road after'a shower you will nee\ small Page of the office of public roads, it "green fruit" law has passed the house j for several days and entirely lose that .. -

puddles along: the wheel ruts and has been decided to extend the limit and- senate and is now oih the Florida t delicate flavor which. .characterizes I KISSIMMEE - FLORIDA t ;

..: sometimes larger pools This water for receiving the essays to October 15, statutes, says The-Packer. them in their original condition. Tomatoes -

stays on the road surface because it 1913. In addition to the gold medal The "green fruit" bill provides a for shipment' have to be crated -- --- --- ------

cannot drain away into the side given as first prize, two silver medals I standard by which the law may be enforced in an unripe condition consequentlythe t,

'r 1 ditches. If you look closely you will will be given as second and third and this standard is that which t millionaire is using these things I __ _ _u _ _ _.

nee side ditches which have grown up prizes. If a child who has submittedone was set up by the three different fruit in a condition that would be considered I

t with bushes and weeds in many cases, essay previous to the issue of this conventions and acted on this spring. us unfit for eating by the poorestman

and which are so far from the travel- notice should care to try again, he is It provides that no citrus fruit shall in Florida. : LAWN MOWERS

' 'v-i* ed part of the road that the rain at liberty to do so, but he must be a be shipped before November 5 unless People in the North touring in the ,

water does not drain into them. That pupil of a rural school. There is it can be shown a content of acid not South for a warm winter and return-

part of the roadway where the wagons some misunderstanding in regard to in excess of 1.30 for oranges and 1.75 ing home for a cool summer; just

travel is called the traveled way. To the subject of the essay. The idea is 1 for grapefruit. After November 5 think of them sweltering under a Scientifically Sharpened and Repaired "

i prevent water from standing on the to set the children thinking how to there is ho restrictions except that June sun and we having our coats on

traveled way the road should be raisedin better their earth roads with the material I fruit must show one-half color on the I this morning; and if anyone ever got BY

the center and should slope gently they have' at hand. trees, but will require no acid test. sun-struck in this country it was not

into broad shallow ditches. It is then The inference is thkt after that date made public, while the records from

said to have a crown. If it is 10 feet SIR THOMAS LIPTONAT the fruit will be ripe enough for shipment "I the North/ show a great many cases KISSIMMEE SUPPL Y COMPANY
during the warm months. It is admitted ,
from the center of the road to the
side Last August at the meeting at that we have hot weather in the
ditch, the surface at the side EXPOSITION I a
Gainesville the standard for oranges summer, but the same can be said of
ditc i should be at least 10 inches .
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of the United States but ---- ---
lower than it is at the center where set by the convention and which the any part our ---r- irs

the horses travel. The road then hasa i! agricultural department tried to enforce thermometer seldom reaches 100 deg., rr + ;

10-inch crown. The rain that fallson WILL GROW TEA WITH COOLIES through without strict legal au- I while in the North it frequently goes 6

a road properly crowned will run DRESSED IN GARB OF thority was 1.25 for oranges and no over that mark; but with the ocean on

NATIVE/ COUNTRY. I standard fixed for grapefruit, the only our southern and eastern border arid
quickly to the side and not soak into I R. S. FLOYD
the surface or form pools The side restriction being made that no fruit the Gulf on the west, cool l breezes are

ditches for surface water should should move before October 1. as a matter of course more frequentthan
run
Washington, June 19.-Tie Smithsonian The Florida Citrus Exchange has in the Eastern, Middle of West-
parallel to the right of and t
way Institute continues to get interesting been the principal factors in passingthe ern States. You may call! this boost-
shduld be at low '
open every point so
reports from its field explorers the ing if you like, but if telling undeni-
that the water of them new law, while those opposing
can run out
who are finding material for able facts concerning a country con-
into the brooks bill are some of the largest growers Grocer ;
? neighboring or exhibit that will be made San
the at
stitutes boosting, then the State of
.streams. If the ditches merely collect and shippers in the state. The opposition .
Diego in 1915. It is impossible to is principally from the growe'" Florida (or what part of it Rex has +
the water from the road surface Jh
and it cannot give adequate details regarding this in some of the most southern counties I visited) and this section of Johnson's
run away, large pools exhibit but the scientists seldom have r
Island will 'stand a whole lot of it.
who claim that their fruit matures
will be formed along the roadside, Get our prices on
been so enthused over anything as I Whittier correspondents seem to
earlier than the fruit further north
which
will soak into the
gradually they are over this. Moreover, it will have a disagreement; ; two of them contending -
and in this fruit will fit for
soil beneath the road and make it so season be! HAY GRAIN FEED
.soft that the wheels of will not be something for scientists only.It consumption by October 1, and in over one loaf of bread, and the ;
wagons will be highly] interesting, even to Democratic Rooster starving. The
sections earlier than that date.
cut through the road surface and soon home I which we make a specialty
children and instructing without be-
it.Sometimes. I There is no doubt that the growersare slur on Randolph Young in my opinionis
destroy ing pedantic. There is one small evenly divided in their opinions uncalled for, that gentleman was
water runs from land plantation of tea plants maintained doing a fine business when Rex was
the and the outcome
along the road into the road and regarding law I
by the ]Department of Agriculturefrom at Whittier, and my private opinion
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forms a little .stream down the wheel will be watched with interest by all -- --- t
which tea is regularly sold. The publicly expressed is' that he still

travel.tracks or in the middle) where horses, only other tea plantation in this who industry.are interested If the law in the does citrus not work fruit 'I holds it; the very effort of a rival 1 I Ii.
When into farmyards
driveways country is to be set out at once for this doubt i I trying to turn him down proves this.
out satisfactory season no
are built across the side ditches Sir Thomas Lipton at the San ]Diego will be taken i No/ rooster, Democratic or otherwise Ideal Groves
haveit
steps next year to
they frequently form channels for Coolies] in native i.
Exposition. !garbwill annulled. I ever starved on Johnson's Is-
water from the farm yard to run into '
all the I
perform operations connected land. Our rooster is fat and sausy;

the road. The pipes under driveways with tea raising. This will :-x--X.,. there's no tadpole plantation and if I By far the greater number of vigorous and prolific groves l. ;
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become filled with leaves or rubbish be a real "human interest" exhibit. 0 I there were the inhabitants of fowl- the State today arethe result of rd

j and the water can no'long..r run away. The investigation by the United .> imON.SONVIl.LK;'; ;'; dom could hardly be kept out of, the

(i If the driveways that stop the ditch States Senate to ascertain what has p +} pea field long enough to tend it prOp- Ideal Formulas rn

water were rebuilt so that no pipes Ix-cn done by lobbyists to influence O HY'vir3.4+}Yv+}ti: J+Y S0 4.1' n : w5< SS I a.d j ,
and the ditch could be erly.Mr.
were necessary ] has focused attention
legislation on : Rull Bass, Aaron Bronson,
left open, much trouble from .surface the Hawaiian interests. Hawaii Messrs II. M. Tfann and G. '1'. Sin- Ideal Methods ,
sugar I Owen Lanier and others were here
water would be stopped. has wonderful gletarv, it is supposed, are the principal -
a tropical agriculture Friday marking calves.
We have been with as salesmen, and manufacturers :-
Island. you growers
Sometimes road low of Johnson's Mr.
a runs across owners
and the best that this wonder-
I The boys are planting watermelon
ground or through a swamp where land of the Pacific has will be shownat 1'fann was a business visitor her last seed to secure a succession of crops. for over thirty years, but what particularly concern you is
the road not be drained side week Hex in his usual I
'can by was indulging
the San Diego Exposition; 1915. ; Mr. Lawson sent us about two yardsof that right now we have the right materials, the right equipment and
ditches alone. If the road built after-dinner ramble when something
were One of the attractive
most things I I eagle paper to use in kite makingand '
higher like a railroad embankmentacross about the Seattle "Alaska-Yukon Exposition" resembling the roar of a wild beast we are going to send his name the right people to give you the

such low land and made with a the beautiful was heard in the rearm; on reconnoitering j "
was groundsand soaring higher than it ever 'has been Service NOW
Right
it would be dry'and hard. found that the noise I' ,
crown, well kept flower beds. At San we was causeed before f ,

Sometimes a road passes through Diego great nurseries have been maintained by,an approaching auto, the owner Hunter's Paradise has not yet been I :' Send 'fo Free Books on Florida Products. ' 3:1I:
what is called cut. This is of which it when it reach- .
a a place by the Exposition for the past had stopped run to its full force arid 'virtue, but
where the earth has been dug out so three where practically ed'us, and. your correspondent was later '
years every we expect some startling news WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
that the road'can go over a hill with- known plant has been cultivated. kindly invited to ride, which we gladly ,from that quarter.Broiisonville .

out being too .steep. The water which Millions! i of these plants, shrubs and took advantage of and was soon back ) Academy, like all! other II M.nuf..tu..fIDEAL . -

always] flows quietly under the groundon trees will be used in ornamenting the to our base of operations. :Mr. Single- things connected with this little burg, FERTILIZERS '

hill sides! is known as ground water.In grounds of the Exposition, which will I tary's boy guided the machine over 'is in flourishing condition.You JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

road cuts such water sometimes be notable for its floral wealth. the devious country roads with the may consider. that .some finewatermelons I I
n.-ikes the road very muddy, and the : .skill of a veteran. Local Agent Waters &i Carson Grocery Co.
-- ------ is causing Rex to wind
road then need.what road builders :Mr. Alfred Bronson returned fr'om'' this. of I------- I
up rambling "series events.
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call underdrainage. A good kind of HELPFUL WORDS the fishing. camp Wednesday. evening, I :Mr. Tom Johnson and his son, GUI,

underdrainage i is a trench, to go along .,..,..,,. and in company with Owen l.anier ,, were visitors on Saturday, the former t i
under the "side dram and about :'i S feet carried two wagon loads of tomatoesto
having lost a pair of valuable spi c- at I 11 I baptising at the
preaching a. in. )
Kissimmee Cili/i-n.i )
deep and a foot and a half wide. In From a your city I Recent showers' hacTc'ull.d \'(' ]
taelediligently inquiring for lake front at 2 m.
this trench a pipe i i-s laid near the bottom --- a decided improvement in the hem. p $$25.10
I ]1'. 1 E. Tindall made a business trip
and covered with loose stones no general crop, and oUr ranges" are int'ie : REX. *
bigger than an egg. When the trench Is your \back ]lame and! painful ? condition.< The bovines are ( to Ki.ssimmee. Tuesday. '
'C"// Mr". W. R. Goodwin; and Miss Elvia
i.s I completely, ] 'filled with loose" .stones' I Does) it ache especially; after ex..rtlOlI tainly appreciating these showers C* I'i Gettysburg Pal And
Underbill and Miss: Gertrude; McClel- |
the ground water, instead of .soaking, ? their tine condition' means, anything. I > .:.l.lN.tIU 1: ,
into the roadway will -top among the Is there a "soreness' in the kidney. Wo found two copies of the Valley'' ;'; OOSSEE ITEMS: .s';i i land of Whittir, havingsp..nt some I Ii I I
legion'! Gazette(; in bole Their time lI' Frostproof visiting/ relatives, Return
.stones and flow down hill through the our Saturday. I -: 0'I"
These symptoms suggest weak kid columns. were carefully perused, and I :. : ,. .:. + .:. .,r : stopped on their way home to visit her
pipe.Tu : brotherWm.. :Mont.sdoca. During I Vi.Atlantic st
keep a road smooth and crownedthe neys. laid away for future examination. I
Mr. I. /Tollaid of has
Frostproof returned :
entertainedat
here
: their
with If so there is danger/ in delay. Bee trees to be numerouson -tay they were I II
best method is to drag it a appear
home after :Mr. 'I
assisting in their) honor which Coast Line
I load drag. A load hal I' made Weak kidneys /get fast weaker.your the island. and as the boys. are "x-I I a party wasattended j i
/ Montsdoca the .
at nursery.Miss .. about sixty of I
easily. with two halve1of a log which (;Jive trouble prompt attention.POIIII'S puts. in finding them we ha\e an | by Nan'oos-I -+- *"l j
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for weak : :M. I Ivey Kissinimee 1 is .spending M'e's I.c.t society )people.HKSOLl'TIONS ,
(Tills
has IK-CII .split. I'he log should he Kidney are abundance of honey added to our other i!

i the week with :Mrs. Geo.; Bronson.Mr. -- -- ON ACCOUNT OF ,OTN. ANNIVERSARY -I '
kidneys.< luxuries.Mr. "
about eight Ill' hc' in thickness
six or
and, about six or eight feet long. The Your neighbors use and recommend'them. : Owen Lanier was \isitor at I IKls.imn1l'e : Alonx.o Hass. paid a short visitto ( ON THE DEATHOF Or THE BATTLE Of i11
his. "i..terIr.. : ... Minnie I
i I) .. last Tu sday and the rains I Bronson. KXOS TEKin: CO1.E I'
two halves' of the )log: me set :! feet GETTYSBURG !
Mr. C. E. Buckley spent :Monday in j jOilando -:- -:- -:-
apart with the smooth faces forward. Rend I this Kissinimee testimony: descended and the winds came and I] i

$ and) upright./ They are then fastened. J. II. Hat rill, carpenter and contractor -, they beat upon' that man until he was '; ( on business.. j Whereas it has. pleased Almighty/ -- '

together/ with bracts" set in holes. bored Kissimnvee, Flu., says: "I 1 have I in the condition once expressed" by :-Mr Grimm; of St. Cloud has severedhi Clod to remove by death our worthy Tickets Sold June 28 29, 30 & July 1 r

through the log./ A pair of horses" no hesitation. in recommending Doan's] a shipwrecked .sailor. A pious. old I I connection with the Narcoossee' companion Enos: Terry Cole; and, Limit July 10. I
Faun and
Townsite Co. .
may be used to drag: the road and are Kidney! Tills, for I know from past experience lady visited this sailor afterwards and Mitzel | whereas Companion 'ole .vas a con- It
:Mrs.
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hitched to a chain' fastened to the that they act just as repre- told him that she wanted to know just having spent some -i'-tent member of this chapter and

front half of the log. The road drag sented.! Off and on for five years I have how he' felt when he found himself little time in St. C'loud reports havinga our woithy treasurer; and whereas The A- C. L. is the official route of !

I should move forward l ,so that it slat.,s taken I this remedy for my kidneys and .struggling in the water with no help | fine time. |I lMr I, be was ever faithful to all his obligations the L. L. Mitchell Post G. A. R., St. r

across the road in "such' a way that a a few doses have always brought re near and naught ]less than death was | Iron: J. C.Ga.Alligvod and family of |i I and both constant and consis- Cloud, and all veterans are invited to F

mall amount of tarth will slid'. |,a-t ]lief." staring him in the face. "Did you | hi City spent a few days with tent in his Masonic duties; therefore, join the St. Cloud Y Y0

the smooth face of the ]log toward the I For sale by all dealers. Price up think of your past life and how you j \ < parents at .New Eden plantation be it lesolve) by Kissinimee Chapter' veterans'party.
:Mr
center of the road, thus. forming, they I Il cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, had passed it; now tell me, my good I ( .Alligood is station agent at Iron N'o. 10), It. A. :M., that we deplore the -

frown. The edges of the logs will; New York, sole agents for the United man: just what your feelings were I 'Ity I Dr. Rivers of death f of our well! beloved companion. I For tickets or information, call on
Kissimmee
made
Y', smooth out the ruts. The best way I States. during that terrible time." His reply an Resolved, that we shall ever cherish W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent

to drag is to I begin at the side dtc'i: Remember the name-Doan's-and was, "Wet ma'am, devilish wet;" auto trip here on business. the memory of his gentleness of heart, '' Kissimmee ,I

and go JD one: side of the road, and take no other. Adv.-25-2t and I expect our friend Owen would I house.Services next Sunday at school )I correctness of conduct and sweetnessof Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland i'
Sunday school at 10 I \
then down the other. In the next return the same answer if his con- a. m., disposition. T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A.

trip the drag should be started a little Good seed corn is one of the most dition was inquired into during his I' : Resolved, further, that we extend !

nearer the center and the last trip important factors in producing a homeward journey. RUBMYTISMWill I to his bereaved family our sincerest !

over the road the drag may work "lose good yield. Reedy Creek continues her fish sup- : sympathies in their loss, and that we I No. 666 ;

fewer of them to ply, and as the boys not Rheumatism furnish them of these
to the center itself. Small ridges of Better cows means are very cure your a copy resolu ,

earth will be thrown in the horse track supply the demand for beef, milk and busy on the farm they can go there Ne'iralsfta, Headaches, Cramps, ions This it a prescription prepared especially n

and smeared by the round side of the butter. any evening and catch a fine mess. Colic, Sprains Bruises, Cuts and A. J. HOLT, for Five MALARIA ail doaerwill or CHILLS break ". FEVER.cue, and i'i'if '
or :
log smoothly over the road. Tl e On the average farm poultry feedscan We are only about one and a half miles Burns, O'd' Sores, Stings of Insects A S. HEARN, taken then an a tonic the Fever soy will not ICS

smearing of the earth by the drag: is be raised more cheaply than distant from its shores.A I Kt'j. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in- S., L. LUPFER, return. It acts on the liver better than

called "puddling": and it tends to make I bought.' cool breeze from the northlower] ternally and externally. Price 25c. t'v"tti Committee. Calomel) and doe not gripe of sicken. 2Sc.fex .

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.'I, ', I plants l Among these are the Agaves:, j civic: \ reforme rwho'may be called on LARGE- MAP \"", CHICHESTER S PILLS \.

The Yucpaa: and Fourcroyai. There are ] and paid for his services to give illustrated -* ; -* m.t.nnTj

;, / Tropical Possibilities of Florida .'. many varieties in this' type ,of plants l lan>tern lectures on .artistic OP GETTY S PURG '' t ft::'" t. a.treMu. _. =-tt_:rnrr ...

doesn't cost "_ _"ed ...110 BI... RII_ .
arid some of them have indescribably I homes and gardens. It .. ttmw .
\" N' and How Achieve Them MWr.
:: to artistic home c..v .... A..t. 4'NjIc'e'irs.aywaano.rulkvG&rrAlrrr.Rr11NM
I beautiful blooms of most majestic | any more to build 'an : ;PI

;,+ -: men.! They are .easy to .grow and than it does!! an ugly one, but it needseducation GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WILL L SELL ... : ; "
SOLO BV DRUGGISTS(;
I EVERYWHERE
"i adapt themselves readily to any and along thfese lines to get architects MAP OF FAMOUS .
READ. BEFORE THE )FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL I VNTIL JULY 4, : 26 eow
.. .all characters of noil. The night- out of the old rut and their .
,. SOCIETY) DE LAND, FLORIDA, MAY 1, 1913. I BATTLEFIELD ANO yICIN - -

By MRS. MARIAN A. McADOW.. bloominb Cereua and several other I patrons enlightened on the posibilities AT HALF PRICE. CITATION OP ADMINISTHATIOBT

', cactus plan ,.a that are Very floriferous of their resources, and then we will\ ITY IN T1IM COHHT OK THE) COUNTY

I. i lend a quaint note to our tropical ',have as much to be proud of as California ---- JL1M.K! ,,'rA'rE.O'" K1.OHIUA.ICntnte ,
OS'E .A OUNTY.
The 'only'part. of the United should see.there .lheeffcctoLthe! real .
i : 4 flora. Two.Jt_thMejwyieJlics' of Tree has. TO meet the demand for an accurate of Prlrllla llanaiHY '

,NI, that dips down close to the thing at close range was such' torouse I'Fern make attractive "specimens ---Can-'-you.- +anyihin.gU8lier: !ier_ _mapfffGeUyj urg and vicinity during : THIS, J VUG 13; OK SAID COIIriT.t .

zone is Florida, with.a. ( : in me a tremenduous feeling of j. school .. Oscar Bai. hM applied to
t j where shade, moisture and rich soil than the average country t.hetreat./ alcelebration lhl.Court- Tor--Liettern--of AdmlnJatratloii _

i' small area of a little over t; : admiration and appreciation for what I are provided To ahem. To my way houMt Jf .you've ever seen the attractive which wtll be held at. that historical on tho estate of Prlcllla Ba.a, de- -
canned, late of mad County of
,, square miles. California has ;I educated brains can do, and with this school houses designed by June 20) 50 Thi'iio therefore to cIte Osceolai;
of thinl ing, the Banana, the Raven- I : point beginning -- years are and admonlHh -
a reputation for he'self 'for- inspiration I came back imbued with nil and altitrular the kindred
.y ) : ala, and a large leaved variety of StelI I Gustave Stickley of "The Craftsman; after the commencement oY"the"terrif- and creditors of Bald' deceased to band .
'J', tropical characteristics, but it is i'a spirit of emulation to get even for the appear before thlB Court on or be
'I I I Itria arc incomparable in piaducmg, I jou'd know there is no excuse fic fight which sealed the fate of the
1..-"".:" -_ ? _cause she. can raise' (certain types I greater results from the greater re- house children in and the and fore file the objections SOth day, of tt June they A. D. 1(11.
I tropical effects and closely allied to at i'oil tics we our hitherto sanguine Confederacy- any have to
plants belonging; to the tropics! |ouroe that are ours. ___ .. _. the granting1 of Loiters of Administra I
I be used for. A softIorown '
these are the Alotusias whose immense allow our taxes to United States Geological Survey has lion on said ..estate otherwise the same .
will stand a low degree of told ; | Good roads I will have more to do 1 stain softens will lie granted to sold Oscar Baa ".a
luxur or
4 leaves suggest the rank green or orange combined four: of its topographic
other fit
to no mi- or .
past winter having proved clusively that many of them can ... than any other agency that lies within of tin fount! afore-Bald thla the trdelav
I' 'grow the Caladium, with its matchless I offend the eye, but do we think of remonstiating map covers about 925 square miles, of June A. l>. 191S

20 degrees below the freezing ,point the proMnce of man's control,. and to coloring and giartful bearing,, against the ugly dirty including the Gettysburg battlefieldand 2<-4l(0.,1); T. M. MUnPHT.

Florida not they the leave this problem (although County Judse11'1'11 .
can onlj men we
grow lull that is "so often used! to the of
may he added. l'ap'I'u", u -growing gray paint adjacent portion Pennsylvania

'she can grow nearly every tree if it were necessary I believe grass, with an oeM und feathery ,paint the average school house builtof as! well as the adjoining portionof \ K.I'mtrrm.

plant that makes Cc'lon.lnd, ne women could build soinw good bloom may be' worked' ill ,mart e-IT"ce- I wood l Maryland, and is on the ample SoUic lo the '-,.... -: ot Osrcvla

dreams of tropical veidure< roads too. ) lively, especially ill a small garden OtensionalH 1 1 one runs atross a ee- scale of one mile to one inch. It 4 lliiHimril aortic of County Cotnmlalon

may be some that cannot be From I the agitation mat we constantly For climbers to cover the trunks of i nxatt-block' house which paint cannot shows accurately the sizes and shapesof In and for uxcrnln'County, I'lorlda, will F**
soil and Innate. but I curet I on Monday. July the 7th 1918
with our see in the press relative to the palms having kaf shields, arc !1'othos. : mat. but this can he built on as ugly the mountains and ridges, and by tinnurpimi of ri'Vlt-wInK and eQUal for

there are of a striking character necessity for and the value and comfort with its great given lance blotched ', lines as I the wood-box type This is a means of contour or elevation lines IzliiK the valiiatlmiH on Ural l atate and
make of the that I I liiHiinjil l-iiipitty' ItR fixed by the Tax
a paradise spot that good roads mean to a com (I with white and pale )'l.lhllo.nl'lera.; ; , good line for some reform work, but the exact altitudes of every hill, slope, AMHiHBor of Btcloa County for the

produce them i| munit)., I haven't the least doubt of I with large Ic-avis! deeply| cut and staff; wt' must. have an ideal to present be- valley, and pass' All the roads by \ <,1\ r 1"i"" I 13 .T, 1,. KltSTRBET.. Clerk.

Over in California they have seeing not only our own State, but J\'phylhli: with reine--. 'uniteas iurlous fnie we tan accomplish much. which Lee brought his main army in

the most of such tropical trees. ... other State in the Union covered I 'MUM i': 10 <'II101H I OHM.
every i ; all these form sti'ikmir! oblrelsof 1 For several yearn this desire for from the West arc shown, and the

and vines as will/ grow there and .' with u network of first-clabs highways be.iuU, while still quitevoung. more aitistit homes for the workingman course pursued by the Army of the In Court of the ummty JudBje. Htftt

have been profusely insideof five Residentsof of lorida.. 4rol aunty..
planted so years Potomac under (Hooker and later
All the leionus and Bifnolliado i and his family has been stirring under -
visitor to that state eomes away ,: (the New Hnglancl States will motor Meade be early traced Such Ill Ii. HBtuti- of I.'HANKVILCOX..
well in lloiidu and. furnish a great in me, and 1 accumulated quite a can lit
the impression thai he has. been\ be-tween\ their hummer! home in the familiar grounds '1'.. nil I rrilltorn, l.ritmtrr. Itlmtrlkmtre -
bloody fighting as
of color, havingvlnte, pink quantity of material from magazines
journmg in the tropics If the :N'oith to their winter homes in Florida aiiitv ly Little the Wheatficld and rod all IVraonB scales Clalaaai
red How aunt orune. colored llovveis and journals that have interested Round Top, .. .
; M { Ilrmnml ...1. Hitld IC t.tei
of our State woo a-i much alive : uK'iig' a ever-shifting rodduavsicne I '
I! thtmselves! along these lines This the ) NH'h Orchard" are .shown in their
their possibilities as hone of enlivened with the rich autumn 4 \'IOU. lord iiiLh of you. arc hereby
In ( .ilifoimi, tine s,"i" the purple same thing may be dqne by a body of exact topography almost as clearly nitllliil. ) and. n.qul red to pri.aont any
ma have- been to then we could ha tints of the northern wood, clixsnK'ing bird'e is tlilniN told ili. inaiulB which you or
photograph as
as in a ,
nO"f"III"II"1I until it pllll- mi the rye. -Iuh-womell and in a shorts time agreat .
| ell hr of ) on utny have p.Kal..t. the
a wonderland Inn right now gradually into the stSft pUlph.s "f the also the whirl h I'll'kett's . ,
ground [ .
h.is bloom of be over HI ili of I 'Inik i \ \\lliox iliciitBid, late
\ iiidsnini"i society a matter gathered -
would attiatt the attention of Southern States until liopualI J,1t quantity may id uxrruhr. i mini)'. lorldu to tho und -
mine
of 000) ) the flower of
divisnui I IS ( ( /
"I. I .i |prrubn, -h.i.ll.. but it I- ,ilifluultt and! used as it i is needed or demandril. nun I . iiinnil' 111 1I.t( . aald estate
whole wnild Nor would it be' I-loiid.i, lath her feathery palm- .1111 tin South, niHili ,his, famous but futile II tattoo I I" .. s11ux, limn' thi date ht-reof
t mil\ guts! tiiil i 'quiti\ LUC and ,I Iheie are many excellent 1 1.01..1. M J ,n fdh I A"I l in
walk of than five ten bids them until
mine to years balmy air, larry .
'
hO"Il.f.hl'h I
:; shiiil .. that I ilul publications that give designs and in- charge u ihaigi! atlomplishrd Jo: II''IIPOX. ,
1"11"m
aceompiish this Ilall.formatlOn if Meitluinluie1; : lifts her' m igu \\.iiul: ( I its of -i M 11 \\' U J JI CDXMil
(mil < '.ihfoii it that 4111. superbrot stiuttions for building individual and piobahb purpose
in
could all bi ,imbueil with the and Ihey'roll \bark over a )newly' ,.in ik nut eh til :\1..lId.. Cinm, follow I -.
tolor, <' 1'1'1 :u iv tin al'phas; in aitistit, homes which might be sub ling! ing up II I: I'Oil l-l III.It \ I'10V
idea and iveiv' man, woman 1'1I'd e MI I I Ib be-ill ekeditb' dogwood: I ,Ills, With -uit of l.re'sI I
'al'I"'-. soil, i \\ lurithese" I'srnbeJ fur and file in the actor :,1 pul' : I..H..I or flhiInterior.
IMI in *I i\ i kept on
child! touhl! In maiie to fill his lau I ,1. i rhododendron, |prah ni'l appli' ,, ,hat tt '11'if rulunurtiulh I. H. I... nA| liril.rml Lrlern llle.
I
tli. ( niton will .Ialld l out doorn 1 be little kodak!
>nl' '\ h.It-I'OOIll',; is a
i I
viduul responsibility. in the bloom. ,I'I in the soul Inrru i ulpIlMir ( :;\ woulil. hoar' brrn vvoith, I I lurliln.. Mil) IT, 1013.N .
The ilub all land! ,Tllllihl, rube, :\l\* ''II .0fjHlllls ,Million' in tin 'wintit TIll'1 llibisn I friend-that' tan be of unlimited valor: a map] ,, N I 1 ,. I"h. i 6 I"\ "1\ ,M, I hill' Hob .rt '
wonun! 'ovei our : < g<
.10/1'11 vaiutus .1 thousand linn' its south, .111 ill, I'I'I 1hhx; .I .. rt, ,l si t i 'l..nil, loilita I . xhn.
is
\xtcmling I thin t intiiists\ yimlv .1: <1 I till gn, 'xtr.l, I .ll'l, HtHll! ,,, .M. I .IIo'fi .it li'a,1 .1 > I vv h"l'l'i t'lub mi'tube'I's err visiting inditrctint .Hind,,il- In rnhrl i of tin Dinin.iniling 11unn1 l ,, .. I 1"1' ni.i,,01 I, \1.,1. ( l.n-
.
i i lu .tl fourrulhnlb|! i / and oar that : purl 01 the ,countiv and I I > s.,1r1a1, | s? ."" v. f .a i :SI; 'i." .r l.ot. ji
the'V' hoer, without, a doubt ,"(' r (Hillside ul/ oui, 1 balm" rhnihtr ,'l,.,Ml, ..J.It till Irllh I ( ol ( .1'tl\ sblllg. I 11d i I 1n i -. -1 I .mil. Xly; .if MV4 I : 8ccIi" -
i I' ilmii-t a 11va1, is tilt ilivaif. I'om I tutee tin oppolLUnlty of< briniriii"] : :.: I .::1 I s. .
n \\ uth
sph nijiij fin m-. but 'al! ... ul that uppril ? UNlilp UaiiKi S4I
plishid simi M is a 11' o pi( i nn' onii' | ubrn I Ihr,,' I.iti( nt (bin !gu.it, ain itsanil .
I L.I-' lll.hnsx I 1 IL ii.lian IIIIH
t the same time I hal ha, In"in ".prof ,,1" ones 'II-.f( Ia null' .i- il.M. "o 1 iua, i. shah llovvii" > in' oar year from Lurk photogiapbs, ol aitistit t home. ptnliiblv of the ( old tinnnfeileia ,' . 1 l n"l unlllnl, i I" m,.ilt. t'ununutx-i ftlydlilin
nuin
'I 1.d,1 :mil his as hiilhuitU. \ toloied a soil publn buildings. that haveemu: .- I n1m', I i .."I t t1,, nf,6h''' -h i I ilm' to tliiI
ill "Thr I .Mtisu: iif .." the ', ,, lln I .
other and, .1111unabb ,
courses <' na-oi n i < : \ bung mi t tin I i- ne .I'a I not., I .il n ..L I i,, l?. ,1.l Ii, f I1n the Clerk
.' ,iluurl,i ,is Its,I tr.v'-1 nlitiMvvith\ till' tbu' unu--ual to 11'i'oinm ,piaii 1 hi' I'oetiv, of the' In gisi, To ,makl I 1111' I lniii.' |' 'ul l li u dd I Ihr whir, h tin. "I n "nil I "ni n" I KlHHltnmi iI
of .ilmost constant, iv' -ultranu i map I I>I. i. d I i ..i" ,II... :i oil I d I iv 1f .lulx 1913
ings.! ," and "'1 1'hc Art of thi .. i iionmi'I nl I "I' nnr i-l I iiuv', \\ hal Inpi II i 1IIIII"j" !;" bring! a mown ti wn out .-r hool II.tssni I 1- "141.1'd UI'I M ill' till' III /IIII/'I, I"itllllluitb 1 i I I" ""Hi" . n,,, .i- \\ itn. ,x1. sI

-anie' ," wen \pindtd' on the ,, .ml In ai.. "ml'h' -h t 1111 1 Mil I Ihr li-t t lilummi, :\o; !garden hould bo \with i lation I bought Ml'; "11'upural| I tars. fur, the tin l'i.nn, -v Kama Stall 'I'upii VHi!I 1..1. il I Ni" Ilea l 11..1.I 1a ii,,"I 1".l r Mu 111.1.' i i Flurlda I i FI"rl.llI.] .

tital curry-day necessities of the of t".,., :.mil I'lall'-' : tlm ,lollop ann . nut ,its night-blooming) .) 'sununo with, !ground of our new school house', \\'<. I a"d, < :; 1'onunn- I Ilw, I"'I"1"I I I ,,l i I FI"rlda.
rcllphll i ; i ii "IogII'"Y" . "
, nib .ifume of the I < 1..1.I r I'I ulK It of ML-i I- loil.InIII
mumty in which we live we ,prruhall r Uopn|' 'al I lull appi' ..ii.iiu i it-- p< MI -uggrilrve/ had a man hiiid to ptipiti: the' hobs I mil .u,d I tin. ( ;ii.uliigii. al) Sinviv flf .SI I : \ s i 111 1111.

have tattle and razor-hul'k I it\ In. unili I ,'inns of the sunny South. tbisituts and then 1 IDI ' - d l Hi Kl lxt/r
range mil .ugg""I""H'1 I I for wint up :Matvlaiul) I his, map tan In ubtaiiiiillimn ,

roaming our streets, titaling! "I""d i i (hut mall ar' lid! out that In this list air SOIIK'thing! like :2(10tioi ( I I theihool and! taking! there 01 foul I I tin \ l'nllyd\ ( 1 :staU; .s ( ;milogiialSuivej I

by their filth ; we-'d .stamp out I) an Wool beautiful but. tin"si' may Inin '-. plants and \I are'>. If onl\ a few children fur" taib tree. bail them sit it '. TIlt'I ...gula"1I''l' Mil III : 'I II '
/ is foitji \o\ -It1 :"1I/1\: I liE": KMIVNI4III : .
fever and malaria ; we'd eradicate 'bnli'il, 1 liam out oho \vishes a of these were to In found in each .1001''Iir'd. ''oul. gave them a little talk about its I I.. a ""1'1/ 'bv prrwl. :iiilhuiil .
| ) ,
of ihr < In nil. I HUM. Till Jlllll.lfll f"
hook-worm fly and mosquito; \\ moii: ,complete;" Imo' ot tiopical plants imailll'! the pictuif "I'aulythat rhiuactrr. the tiling! and! watiimg, g'"II'd' ,bv tbi :SrclrLny'; i>.fI"\ III i.nil. **
have rigid laws. and see that t than I gar! and to those, 1 XMsh to would gladden the eye It lies of \\1. then numbtieil it sail pamtiil: 'its Ioiuu ,it t will hr d.h\ll.d pmtagr.flrrw I % In < ,hnni...r' MlUnicI ,

vvtif enforced, that would not call atti ntion to a must l"JIlpl'f'hl''l'! ,, within our power to iieate if each name on the toner\ close bv. and lethe a 111.nln' ''K lulu until lul\ I I. IIJI.'! :! >t I I. 'I I II.il.ill i '1lulpl.rtnaut... \ THIIK V r-
would do his individual flan I II .u,,01 I )1,11114, I I 'mii I Ih.11. hn
paper and fruit .skins to be thrown b-it that 1 I- ineluil.il in the paper ..sub : person partin Irordrd' naini s of \the planters; \ in ,i .,it t _n iinls a ropy Itrntlllxur: sbinilil u u., .. .d.I I I. i Ind,,I i,,"I s Mill tn ,n'In.. iI .

the .street' ; theKt would be. no inittiil b1'rof( ( 'hadl'T.1 Simpson' making it. The l'luh-wornl'n of book kept for, that put.POM.. \\'i' bav r In mode t to tlu l Ihlortul' 'mtiilstiti .1..1. r11.. Ml I III. .

back yards and alleys cluttcnel, in the pnlrrrdutgs of out sot'it'ty for I Hoi'ula tan vvoik tins outgoul! our I just finisbiil a lint, 11 mint walk of (100/ (Irnlogural. Suivev \\':rlnng. I'I'r I I I 'Ml I I'Or f.
with old boxes, barrels' and! tin (' I 1'UJ! :! I'mf Simpson has this fine ,I cn\iionmtnt in short order if Ih..y'llII'Y 'feet clung! tin I affect t ill front of the I ,tun. I I'' I : ni a-h in mum' "P unit i lIlld It' :ill;" ,d'lure'.':: t L.;: ,I ill' ';;li\lt iiin' v11 1 to
to do It. Thl'eom'n in allY tin I and [broken ,irotktij cud bottlesWe'e \\ ">rk under a separate rover now, and school giounils and wt plan' to baviI ,< Itnl iis HUM. ''. d If 'ndnltnr,
school la community are all that is. neiilnl to I' Him:' :" I : ,II end I M II11da I :, hlI ;
) have tompulsoi.v obtained him at lane i Y1| II
a I it ma} be by writing the I -ml bitwiin the walk and fence nr i vv-papii- to put under i vouiiipit ; , .
I w "l' u1 i In111 i i -i''d.-.r I tin I 1""ld
that would protect the mUiests I i ittle) Ili\er, l Florida I I start the l ball rolling Tine' womin : biokin up and ilivuliil. so that each : ' and malting. for air. .it this ,I tilatlx: .ul' Mil'' 'Ih1n' I xld 1 I. 'nil ll 1 nl I Iiili
make 40 men so" uncomfortableby : HH Is I 41. ijn, . \iilmia. ;I ., ; NI| trot. I.I :na-,
children whose! parents are too All members of the Palm family tan illn. ' JO .
of lent linnIn!
I I room may rave a certain number i a d11,1 s \\ In I : .. 1 Luel I 'Ihil aal,1! d..t.-
ferent to be entrusted with the tI4'I.stand first in the list of desirable I their never-ceasing prodding! that fret to plant in low glowing annuals out"Is dt1. 1.n Ii ,,v i tin I am.. of 21 I ) .. tn
F ': nod thai Mi \ all Mi hulA 1x. of. an In-
fare .of their offspring; we'd trees for tropical effects. Best among they can accomplish any emi, reform next fall. We will probably use such MM It'h:. \allil t.i ml. MM. In, lln Inlets or I"ind
1, I they set their hearts -on I know this In Hald. I hill'' il. x11Ihn1 i .1II
improvements in our public thesf'are '-Washingtonia robusta, all plants as Nasturtiums (Candytuft: . .
We, the -unden.i\wd., agree to dOLe IH. Mi i. fun oril. rid I that tin Bald
( : c;\' system and provisions for the of the Phoenix palms, all the Cocos, because I've seen it done and I've seen Phlox, Verbenas and Gaillardias our places of business at 12 o'clock, hi nuii-t rein i.'HI.I I..III A..fi.ndiinlH' IIP and are

.4FI :,1' and Imbicil and other the and just ONE woman do it It doesn't (noon) Thursdays command to appear to the
( ,, the Palmettoes! Royal palms At differentimes have bought on during the bill of complaint filed In thin cause( on
'We'd insist on having two Sago palms.In this list are 36 really need three. we months of June, July and August\ or boforo tho first. Monday. the 4th day
Grower; seeds of tropical trees,. made them up K. S. FLOYDG. of August A. D:, 1918 otherwise therNegatlone
1 medical .examination for our different trees having at least three The Florida has an editor of BUM bill/ of complaint
in small packets and distributed themi M, TAYLOR will ho
taken
.. aa conftBBcd by the said
who took it into his head after his
charges, and where an operation, different characteristics as to leaf formation C. W. GRIFFIN defendantsIt .
I i I our 2r>0 white and 100 colored
dental work or optical attention w; In (California one sees almost visit. to :Miami\ last summer. to see the among THE WATERS & CARSON IB I further nrdt, .red that this order
I I children These seeds were also sentto In pulillithid eiiici a week for eight eonBiiutlxi -
needed we'd compel these things to exeli
and alike-' the )blooms of the Royal : ladies in the town whose homes DANN & HANN GRO. CO. :ht oazilti: ; i a wrrklY; ; vmnupor. publlHlii -
done instead of fostering ingtonias which anso much gorgeous d. In, MM,; Hald count, \ xn,1 l ataliI
: showed. an interest in flowers C. F. DIBBLE & SONJ.
criminals who might be made that novice in plant knowl-dge I I'oimiana as was the t'harming ('ily I foul anil iirdind. IhlH 22 day of
ing a This work lies within, the tompass I. POWERS; )Max A l I. I'MMtniBB! \ tin Sval of
honest citizens by receiving ( would not detect a chrTerenee in them that entertained our society last May I J. M. YATES Hi Kill.I 1 I'nnlt' e
of any one woman to perform or for .I I. l l\' |I-:ItXTltPl, ':T
medical attention. This may seem Then eomes Phoenix sjlvestris, and a \lie set about finding sc-eds in largeluantities (Ii I h Klclltlis l'I'rk of. thi- CirSnliilior -
club to take and! where it betomts
a -
a far departure from the topic of limited number of the tocos types.flyer and offered( them thioughhis I up fm, cult l'uurt1'umpln
.
!, the mtcitst of an orgam/ed 'inn ul I 22-It
ical gardening, but it is not often there they are compelled to limit journal to those who would plant Birch Mountair
I of few results
body a 01 women
many
i.lubwomen can find a chant of their types, but here we have a much them and by the success of his schemehe's \4iiiti.: OK' \ 11'1"0''
..... should be multiplied attordmgly/
ing you men about our aims so greater range of choice', and thoseI I in a fair way to see his ideal real I I''ur Iiml UUrknrar.IN .
Our Town Council 1 has plans for'plantinf
we may get your co-oueration to named, may be, and should be used extensively 1 red 1 in the next five years This gentleman each street with kind of HERB TEA I 'IMI : 44)1 ItT 01 1 UI '\1'\ Jllll.K'

complish our ideals and when .such for street and park decoration had a broader' field for his one 04I4: I. \ e lit VI''r"r..-:
and the
trees
chance presented Itself 1 couldn't as well as for the grounds of endeavor than most of us have, but liopual property owners 01I lll\ \.
along the stieets have agreed ti> stand Imported from Bohemia the
bear from grasping the lesjdences All the rubber trey may then Isn't' 'newspaper man in the mod In rr Ixtxlr: ..r \\ III..... r. 4 hmiillrrNntle .

These are some of the practical I l he used south of Lakeland these being Slate who might not have done the the expense for this themaelvra.1'eurx wonderful herb compound the : ; 1 IM. h111 I, I., (.Uin. to all whom
ago this might!: have been' done world has ever known for the .II in,.in Wool,, t u1,, Dial 1,11. thi 6lh il'" % of
ing needs in our state today that I quite tropical in their requirements same thing long ago, if he wanted toI'alltify I .1 1."i ''."i .\ I' 1 111!' i. I Hhull lipplx' '"
club-women may meet and and sensitive to low degrees of his State and recognize his ''If wv had not permitted! stock to run treatment of AstUma, Hay Fever lln 11101 1..nt1,11' T I M :Murph. JuAxrrld i of
,,,. <<: I at forge and eat up hundreds of dol- Bronchitis, Coug s Colds Cata'ITh'La I Mill' HH .|.111,11 .,..t 1'rabn for
w to our ideals if we but combine lold Magnolias do well in many possibility for doing It. inllnal. .||H. borne ,1H. Aeloilnlstlillorif
lais' worth of fine shrubbery This Grippe Who pwg Cough and (II h,. ..nt. .it. lIt \\nilam S Chxndlrq
forces and work toward one end parts of the State and make nohleIrl" AH club-womitttit I lies within ourpowi Hi.rl.HHI. .il. ;"mil.. (Unit at tin Hume time I
regulation of stock must he met by severe cases of Kidney .
Bladder ,.
I'III''M.
There is no small town or far ) '" when full grown Bamboos do I 'r to distribute far amt wide' in our m I. ?? !ld I'ourt. my Dual nt
any community that wishes to bcauti Stomach 'and Lung troubles.It < nuulxtx I Adminlxtrntor\ of anlil. .stale.
tf community that does! not contain exceedingly well hereami varieties vitinitv. se.ds and plants ; and pot mill iiMk fur lhrlr" approval'
its streets parks ajid residence is Dntiil Inn,, ,
fy an invigorating 13. \ I>, 1913N1
4 least l three i intelligent, energetic may be found that will grow luxuri- only to do this but, to take up the 'I' The I force this tonic I\' I\' / .\ \ >KKHAilmlnlBtralor.
griHineis women tan/ the 24-1
i purifies .
Ii
number( 'nw
and than that 'no
no more
m..n. antly in all parts of the State. The study of artistic planting to get the "
isue as easiy as the men blood, builds i
) needed to make things go if they Royal Fomciana and blue Jacaranda )best results from the means at hand. I the up
With the suggestions that I have Mow run-down
,,, up their minds to have them. are two tre-es whose merits cannot be Magazines and photographs suggest xw system
outlined the smallest hamlet soothes
ize if you have but three memli> overrated where the temperature does i ideas to be copied, and these shouldbe may 'V'r the
'
for start in, working along lines are cap- Rf., nerves, improves Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
and while you are waiting not fall lower than :28 degrees in cold ) saved and kept on record for use the
able of changing the whole face of 1 r..r.. ,.,, appetite and
few
can be doing a things ,
you weather
I when the right time tomes I am ,k, .+ makes
Florida in five time.
will leave an indelible mark in Among rare tropical trees that have hoping some day' to run across some years' wr 1 ful and refreshing- J

+ a wake, if you choose to make them been tested by Professor Simpson and I The spot in every town that carries '.' This wonderful. PRESSING

The line of work that I the most widespread influence rU o
particular found to do well in this locality l ate is the ,..? medicinal tea DYEING ..d
,
wish to dwell on in this paper is Kigelia Spathodea eampanlata Ter- railroad depot and its grounds. First 21 different contains -

I part we women may take In minalia catappa and Butea RIGHT ABOUT FACE I I impressions, or those we get in passing -Tgyz herbs imported I REPAIRINGLeave

: ing and beautifying the spot we Others that might be tried are Saen through: a strange place in a train, from Bohemia and has, been

!in I'll take up the possibilities < a Indies, AmhersLia'olvdlea. / often influence us in favor of or dorsed by Pope Leo XIII the Em-en I word rt my house and l (,loihM
I will be CP lied tor and returned
c making a tropical fairy-land of against a town. An attractive and
Brownea and [Laegerhtromia tomen- IT CANNOT POSSIBLY STAY WITH poror of Austria and many eminent t

Slt ida, and the way to go about it losa. These are the trees that lend YOU. I artistic greeting from a railroad train physicians, besides receiving Satisfaction Guaranteed

achieve our ideals I mentioned enchantment to eylon and India, and will pay a larger return on the investment the highest awards, gold medals:

results that California has (' as ]India Is frequently visited
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SI ed by comprehending her degrees of nperature where the ther poanlbly slay wllh youf/ you take and time. I on the cans-and honorary Diplo GULF TO ATLANTIC I.INE

and then putting them into momefer drops :2 to 4 degrees below I Blmply TayJot- filBBoivo Beat Blood the urli Medlolne. arid and It Co-operation and a few ideals' will mas from Expositions held in Paris 4

j so often and on such a grand the freezing point, we should be able I makes the !blond purr. PIIIM lhi Ringer I accomplish all that you and I desire I Rome, Vienna, Florence, London, Via Lake Okeechobee and the fettle; -

that thousands of our country's Into your system and, mukra ou feel for and LIege. glades.
to grow anything that stands that I all rlKht our sunny Florida m recognition of its
G thiest have considered that great Go by boat down the KisimmM MMI
\ men much roll in that country Of course ,. Too can work like n Lnza-enw after fX.ratltVe qualities. This is
the ideal for making their taklnn Taj'Iur' BA' one of River through Luke Okeechobee and
place this means that only the southern part I H "
after retiring from the activities of Florida might be able to grow theseI I up fur and awhile that your atirrnmui Jr>|nis a will',lll disappear be limbered SAVE TIME & MONEY t tHAimnES'lltlEPUTW from, alcohol, narcotics and poison the Everglades to either Fort Myerf

business life. last named varieties II Come to our stare to-iln\ iinrt (feta :.7fio ITRIttiL4R.1 If f it does not do all that is claimed on the Gulf or Fort Lauderdale on

'. Last summer I went out to (' ; After these' come plants that 'pOSsess I your bottle money and buck, take If you\It irp You, not can unified !ret 3FtClAlMSIGMJrorrwr for It, your money will be refunded. East Toast This ill the finest inland

k'' #" t fornia after attending the peculiar.forms that attract at-I that It has hi.Iped >'uu. PIIm tfl411MM4(? I BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO. water trip in the world. Nowhere i in

al meeting in Miami, and although ention bj their difference from the lour Frlte ") 00 the bottle ,/ 'JTOVUL'MHCUUMMII.... tKMTMKM TAMP.riA'I I Buffalo. N. Y. U. S. A. America can wild bird and game lift I
own druKgrl.t ,
Lad pictured to myself just what regular formations of trees and I ruarantee. Taylor'i Be recommends.t Blood Medlelnea and- I 'PR4t19Ti1AlLORDRJRVIC[" I Sold by Kisslmmee be viewed in such abundance. Writ

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"GOVERNOR VETOES | Won. shall begin on the second Monday .ceeding'S1i l ord.red* Mr.that MIller', bulkh.a properly.'*>.H9'put prevent Itt'Wfoslt !IililiRli6fifi! ! ! !liYiilifilililill! ! ! (

in .November,. J914, and be completedby Pr .-" "') .1. rthcavln\ of ditch. 1 J* y
A. K. poneKBn a.kld'that Councitalluw
February 1,. 1916, Strictly speaking the redemption of tax sale! certlflcatrn -

: CENSUS MEASURES at.a,. it time directs nearly the a taking year earlier of a cen.u'than'. the City Council ;I dltlun ClerjCs at f auHlnnt.MUpon a pries' ('a'h"of motion.140.OO A 1'ayne the Including'same Ad-' I Posterity Furniture I IIi | h,

wan accepted, party .r..d..mlnll'! aaldcertlftcateM
the time specified In the constitution. .....---.. to. pay charges for cancel' V
al provision and established .latlon fee. old furniture i ''t
by the like
There b..lnR''no further business the .
THE .x
PROVIDED FORCENSUS
IN 1915 practice which has 'heretofore goVerri- The Council met in regular session, OoutKll adjourned to meet In regular HiHi
... there b.eing.sent\ L. H. Cohoon, J. srsalon.Tue.day'cJuly! .l. 1>1*> -at,..7180J grandfathers
ed the __ our
legislature
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This G. II. Prather, T. M. Rivers I* H. COHOON. '

: SAYS IT SHOULD' HAVE. BEENLEFT :" of $70,000 measure from appropriates the general,the revenu sum and J. U. Gilbert, .Clerk. On motion I.J.. I7.. aiLBBTlT Clerk.DANGEROUS. 1'1''-''. TrO ten. Hiu bought is_ seldom found mm w

TO THE :"NEXT LEGISLATURE fund for the purpose of taking the t.. II. Cohoon'was- duly elected presi- i ..11.

- TO PASS BILL census and making returns. thereof. dent pro: tern. : CALOMEL nowadays.The ,

I The minutes of the last meeting
,j Heavy appropriations have been made + old-fashoned t
the were read .and approved; reports of GOING OUT OF USE ,
by legislature for other necessary '
Governor Trammel I the officers were read examinee! and and g
1 hag filed with census and making returns thereof, ; egrity solidness of ?

Secretary of State Crawford the I purposes to be expended during the approved; bills were approved- ---.-'and .I _.-._.-.- l ,

following\ veto: two-year period before the next ses- I'dered-p as follows: :' A 'Safer, More Reliable Remedy Has construction is almost f

lIon. 11. Clay Crawford Secretaryof sion of the legislature. It has been (James' Tlsono"'. 'Lilly. .....I. sal.B.M!:nutrahal76.011 HH'mayor I 1.10.00F. :; Taken! Its 1 Place in the )DrugStore I
entirely
State. My Dear Sir: In pursuance shown by experience that satisfactory ,I V I-.anc-iiRi.-r.' sill. aH police 25.HI( gone.
J. Z. l6herHiii. Hal. HB treasurer 25.Oil' and the Home.
of section 28 of article :3 of the provision can be made for taking the 1. It. IHlM-i-l. sal| a* -l-rlt _ 75.0(1( Time was when the
Van Agnew .Crawford ....I.
state constitution. I transmit here- census by the legislature in dx
meeting II "? .city' alty. 25.00J. I 4., '-
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with my objections thereon to be filed the year when the constitution directs I of\\Coum-ll Thompson, ....I. mi-mhcr_ i.oo I 1 A few years ago, men, women and furnitnre of the fathers !m

in your office and laid before the lejj"V \- the census to be taken and no good I. H. Cohoon.::; .sal. a;" member I 1 children took calomel for a sluggish

islature at its next session, the following reason appears why so large\ an (I.of H.Council I'ralher.___......H. IIH..memlu.r 2.0(1 ', liver and for constipation. They took x descended to the children xx

\ measure which was passedby 'amount as $70,000 should- be appropriated .1. or K.Council KuMh h mtlai--, .__ .aa__ member.u- 2.00 risks! When they did HO, for calomel : and thence to the grandfi!

the legislature of 1913 and received two years before the needs of of Council( 'n. ..h __ __ 1.00 is a dangerous drugYour family ;

by me on the' last day of the ses- the state demand its use. T Council M Hlvern. _salary_ __. aH. .member_. __ _ 2 00 doctor will he the first to tell you this children.

sion of said legislature\ towit: In my opinion it will be to the interests 'I
"An act to provide for the taking of the taxpayers of Florida to I IW IMttninn. work for city__ 6.2fi : with calomel. < That was what we -
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of the census of the state of Floridain withhold my approval to this measure, ,, stationery illbi.t stomps. expresssad 1.80 But the drug trade has found a f

the year 1915, and making an appropriation thereby preventing\ disbursementof F. oghsrr H. Jenkins Bet-vices as city safer, more pleasant remedy than cal call "Posterity" furniture.f
14.00 I
therefor." funds from the treasury for the llerry: Yati>n-,- ba"r""on; 'ditch: -:lIII in'.SO omel in J)!>dson's Liver Tone..
Oaccola Hdw. Co., nidnc. __ _ .46 I It is the kind of furniture -
My objection to this measure is as purpose of having the state census of Itons (]raves, indHt- ------------1.8(1- The Kisimme-c Drug Co. tells that

follows: 1915 taken until the legislature of ,. KlHH. DrtiK Co. mdM" __ .h____ 1.00 their drug store sells Dodson's Liver I SSfi S-I '
\ I Ho. Fla. Llir To., lumber ..__ __ .88 ifil 'we sell---depend-
Section ft of article 7 of the State 1915 meets and provides therefor. 1 Kiss. Ll.r. Co.. lumber h. l.xo Tone in practically every case of biliousness
Kla8. Val. Gazette, .printing 19.76 v '
constitution provides that: Yours very truly, i II.. H. In Km ill. street work -_-._ 1 0 OO and liver trouble where calomel II able, old-fashoned furniture -

"The legislature hall provide for PARK TRAMMELL l 1 Mach; lima steed work 7026 used to be taken.
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Onccola I Hdw. Co. mdsc for ;city 24.76 x
an enumeration of all the inhabitantsof Governor.A I J. H. Jllbcrt pay roll St. hands 190.25 Dodson's I.iver Tone is a vegetableliver new only in style SI
Tampa Tribune, tax books 21.OO .
the State by counties for the year ;Onceloa; I: Hdw. ('. mdse------= =. 1.16 tonic that is absolutely harmlessfor and

1895 and every ten 'years thereafter." KISSIMMEE SUFF. GIVES Itafe McLaughlin sal. an seavIHKII children and grown people. It !Ii design.
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The first census taken under the HER REASONS WHY Will Yati-H., Hnl flreinan, K I. "I' fio 450110 cts. a bottle and is guaranteed !::15 X*" /* We have bed t
iiHc.-olii lid'u niilne.. fire d.-p 370 I IH. room t
WOMEN SHOULD VOTE to be entirely satisfactory by
said constitutional provision was in L Hohi-rtH. Hal. IIH lire auto I
for rlmufYeiii I 60110, the Kissimmee Drug Co., who will refund suits chairs and rockers
!i and
um5! it was provided by chapter -
Kcj S Johnson sal !
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4iK:\ (), acts of IHitfj.! Thesecondrpnsus Editor Valley Gazette : A .\ TIIIIO. "Klre Chli f. 'ply roll; 2il 00Iare"Lt your money with a smile if it -

taken under said l constitutional !Dear Sir: There comes n time OHCcola. l H.lvi Hdw (,Cn'u.. xcwer ni,1 HIV; 1 pipe!I' 1 3fi ill t.7 2r I' does not give\ quick gentle\ relief !R tables---in short, a complete -

when a woman feels impelled to speak A Jo.MM'1. Mill. sups| 10 I. |I' ]11500 I without any of calomel's unpleasant
provision was 11190'i()! and it was :, :N I's Hill '
rsuns IIH tll-l-lllUtl ,600 i line of the best i ix
"I'"nly'n: lit the expense of being S K: (lardniM, sal, after-effectll.-Adv. 26-lt
provided! for by chapter !;>4f>9 acts of HH lOnur: 1':1.1': 76. Hut few \ I it. "-:111.. xiii u $ \L <-ull. r o no -
100f f It will thus be seen. that it has thought unwomanly. men .1 I ( ItlH-klcH. Hill IIH Illl.-lllall till OO : HOURS Too LONG. "posterity" goods.
seem to realize the meaning of the 1' It Kills meters returned. I
l been the policy of the State for the
Kxp.": slid fi.-luhl, 32: 4T One of the reasons! and probablythe
suffragette or rather Woman's movement. ('MIIH Cain Ti n. work I
to make < \ison for 12r
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|pr Hani Coin-II, lini.. Hurl. ] ooV most: powerful one, why farm labor -
the taking of its decennial census by \ C lip-n.ll- Hi,,, walk I I no is growing scarcer every year, !Iifi P I IJ5
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For few genera- .1 .1 Ilium. shop wok I
many y.ltr'n a K 'oo
the l legislature sitting in the year inwhich ( '"... "'6) 'II"""w Co imlHK, I. I- 2 95 I why the young folks do not stay on w4 Osceola !
have felt
tions women a protest, KI.,1 line, tI. (
l I. taken. pig rilelptHI'
the It10
census \\ e the farm why whole families desert
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which' now almost amounts to a revolt is 1. "" !
That piuctice hail worked satisfactorily \ .1 1 K.-\ Ital sill xrnv- )14-r 4s no the country for the city, is the long
against the double standard of ('111x. IIH, Hunk ,.r KIK.I. "KI,
and ..t.I is believed that it would \\ C Inudly!! imlntlMK' looiV > hours for walk that prevail almost all x 1wHardware
morals. \ A C lira'n. ifi
}be advisable not to depart therefrom fiery i-oirts w..wt'II o\er the whole rural sectionl From
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by providing for the taking of the When' a woman does wrong, we Stand, ,. nil (I'a. ; all|| forI'|: |I. |I' 123 211X4!: 23 'I daylight to dark, and sometimes after, Company
turn our backs on her especially if 171 1111,- Hank' of Klsx| 179 iordHof J)1L)
cen.Mis two years in advance of the j Mood I 474 ;31. IH the rule in most farm households,
| she is of our class, not with the feel- Fin ,Kl.iCo." milMiK' 1. I' :311179 i I
decennial year in which it m requiredby not only for the hands but for the Kissimmee Florida iyly
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ing that "I am holier than thou," but C.IIIIKISi; Hifionit" I ,, drayage. 150 -:- j jOLLAR5
the constitution to be taken. The I KlHH llr. I'o Ihr 1 K i.1' 3 OState wives and the children. There is too
with the knowledge that we must nottolerate Hunk ..f Kins part In lieu '
approval of the measure herewith I \VHirnnt No !II;3 K23 58Slate much drudgery, too little time for
transmitted would constitute. such a such an example for our i ( Hank ,.f KI..H.. pint In lieu recreation too much sameness, and 1ifi! 1y1SJi;! 1 1 fy1 1 __!fi 1 YYYY; ; ; ; ii 1 1 1 1 cd
folks. Warrant No 963 _ I nun noState I
departure.Roth young Hank of KlHH.. .part In llouN'arranl nrm work If consequently most unat- ,
The woman docs not sin alone, and \ No 963 -. h 100000
the act of 1895 and the act of State (Hank of Klxx. bal In lieu tractive from a great many points of i
| her in sin she
to treat companion as Warrant No. 96S. alao In lieuof
I r.! 0r>, above cited providing for the view.
WHirani No 966. Issue of Q
is treated we would have to turn ourI 49
taking: of the census in the years 1895 5-12-13 (171X25State There is no good reason for this.
I bucks on our fathers our brothers, our Hank of "'I... lilt on
section i 5 that\ !the work of enumerating above. to I..r 3. 1913 . 14773 The trouble lies in tho farmer himself,
I husbands and later on our sons. State )Hank of KH| Int. / m m '.I.Ifr
on out- 'e0
of the state
of the inhabitants HtunilltiK ni-ilpl to June I 1" .34 and in his wife. Let them carefully
should be commenced on the lir'' day Statistics show that there are at I I&.ns Hank of Kin. Int. on study the matter over then set the
Wat rant No S22. to Jul 313: 1524
I least immoral to immoral
of July in said respective years and ten men one llnrr..lohlmiin.. sal I IIH BCIIV'KI-" Co (MlKlrnt hours for labor the same as others do

be on stated times within | woman, and while the .women of :Nat I Hank of St. Cloud. in the cities and just as much will be "f \
(completed 1 Int ">\Vaii-ant. No 5. July I ( Ji iiss I Ie
the said respective years.. The measure the underworld are mostly of the f>. 1913 .__ __ 10.67The accomplished, the profits will be as -c aria -
matter of iiladnK signs
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herewith transmitted provides'in. I lower classes, the men are from every I : names of atreetH waa taken. up.'and . large\ and life will be more worth I
rank and grade from the highestto Ernest ilreen wan awarded contract ICKEIAS
\ ; very
section S that the work of I'num..raWhat to pnlnt( name at a ...rlto( 35 living. Let the housewife say that the \

the lowest. celltH each Streit, ('""unlll(',, to oaks hours must. be arranged so that she,

A cartoon in the Saturday Evening\ up necessary same. arraliKementii' for putting too, shall have her regular hours, and info j

looks most like a choice, 'I 1 Post of May 3rd, aptly illustratesthe that The houses Marshal within was a'Instructed radiuM of to.proponed see. see what a different aspect it will put i f t

tender, juicy steak! t situation. general delivery district. wereproperly on the home farm.It .
numbered.I .
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Miss Antl.Sulrragettereceiving a I H. Ulckerson asked that Council costs'just as much to do the work : e
j bunch I I take some action In regard. to nillnic that is to be done the farm whetherit "
deputation and bouquets from a Iin I It. K. ttih'.t war on Drury avenue on (

of men' labelled! "Political Boss," 1 On motion : was Instructed to is all done by one or a half-dozen -..- ....., ,
Communicate with R H. Company. reKiirdinK "
1 White i Slaver," "Food Doper," "8a- Ham, Ill.". IIH to Kidi'walkiriHHliiuH persons. If two men can, by workingsixteen

loon Keeper," "Child Labor Employer. Sit siritnd .-(")on Chinch) Mi.-t. and iii wad- hours a day, finish harvestinga

." of Tax .AMMt-HHnr van pri-K-nti-,1. crop, four men can do the same
to Council, mill on niotliiii, referi.-il to
would want universal ( '|11110"",.\ for (n ii|'roalI work by laboring only eight hours a ,....- little of
Few women OU can accomplish much through saving a out '
III ni,11MI I III.Vatir & l.lulit comIlilttci -
will be the
suffrage for women yet; the dishonest! was old, led I.. cotiHlder, the day. The cost just same \ each +\
purihiiHi of II-.- huxr..tlnt ,helmctH and unless the farm hands are foolish pay.
politician has too many i ignorant lo.-itH fot thprotTllon, of tlreinenfin .
work sixteen hours for the V
enough to
motiiin II van H< vrdered. I hilt
tools it is. ( tr
as th. SanltnrConiinlttec, ( .purchaHe. a I same price they get for eight. The seemingly little dimes and nickels will soon grow to surprising -
In odd of life I have Hlock In ICi>MH Adiiltlon from J's' Mlllir -
my fifty years to l I.iuseil ground The farm hand fixes the he small will
HH a dumping wages\ and delightful proportions, and your -beginning
not seen many men neglect their III.. pi-l.<-i- "if $1511 011. and In .piiMiientof I will take at $30 per month, with board. {

business for politics or to vote, and clt \ tn XI-H 011, H.IIIII'Ii the to a comfort giving bank account.
34 ( k wan >rli-i-4Ml to notlf ,partvoHiiliiK lie does not say anything about hours. pave way i'P
I Lot No 77 of Florida Land
be less I
why should a woman any a
and I m prn\'nn.-iit C'O'H Nurse-y to till If he limited his day's work to ten
THIS BANK WILL HELP YOU
wife and mother because she takes! in Hume within thlrtv da\H. I
Why another choice, tender juicy hours the contract would be equitable.

leak |I"n intelligent interest in the vital .I'ho. foltoAlnix' conlmuniratlon. wan i But he says nothing about this and ASK US ABOUT IT TODAYSTATIv i
of the hour but r. . IS rd flOlll \\' J I<. ...r.(1) forK
I questions day or C Miller the farmer is not to be blamed if he
rather a more pl..asinR"companion to May! 13. 1913
: fourteen hours day out of
gets
lion J It Villb.-rt. City ,Clerk City per
her husband and sons. l >ear Sir 1 \t the next meeting of him for the same price. - ---- '
nniform in Wife and Mother. the Council you vtlll kindly call. their ,I
A Woman
STEAKS are ,
OUR attention to t Ibr' fuel (that, the ditch re- The question of farm labor will
ccntl dug l h y the ('Ily along by the I
have to be settled by some other plan
quality. They are! in a class Hide of property ,belonging to II C ,
Tell me not in mournful numbers Miller, has greatly damaged hiM proprt than that in operation now. Either : BANK l OF
,' >. and In fact there In now no way I 4p
by themselves anJ at the head that the town is full of gloom\] for a to Kt-t t Into or out of ItI ', the conditions must be made more
] I authorized l I. Mr 51111to
am > the labor there will
favorable for
mini's a crank that slumbers in' these Htate that unless Home relief IH Klvcn or

of their class. bustling days of boom. -Life is real ti him limit without.\.. stated dilnhe' th,' Mill property( lose has his II not be any before long.\ It is scarce KISSIMMEE I I I //I l

I fc is earnest and the grave is notit been' KrjaldumaKfd.| . hut: 1 am "authorized now and will grow\ far more scarce
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; by Mr Miller to say that Ifthe
> goal I; every dollar that thou turnest ('I" will pay him Uur HundredFifty every year the present.Conditions pre-

hIps to make the old town roll. But ,li'ollnrH' 1)15000)( and will move vail. Men will not any longer accept -
choice stock Ills hnuneH buck lit .leant ten (10)) feet
from
THEY COME enjoyment, and not .sorrow is our from th. road. he will give them allKht I farm work under drudgery regula- r
of waof fifteen (15)) feet tions. will continue to drift to
designed for those who appreciate destined end or, way; if you have) no through' tits thiee lots They
J borrow; buy a corner lot to- ,It Htrlkea I me that this Is a oodproportion the 'cities where, if they can get work,

choice meats. Come day money! Lives of great men all remindu the"Council Inks for the Home. City arian, and In I regard trust it will between regular hours. Capital $50,000.00

to the matter at their next meeting Farmers must so their work 130000.00 :
choice. It can win immortal fame. Let no we will know how to proceed Of arrange Surplus 30000.00 Depositors Security
and make your leave the chumps behind us, and rout 5e they will understand. that I If that their hands can have hours for .
us Officers and Directors
Mr MIller'H; .proponltlon In not accepted -
\\ ..'II get there just the same. In , he will Innlat on the actual damage I themselves, or very soon they will

! this' world's] broad battle in the bivouac dun to his proliertyVOUIH Spry truly have to get along without labor and C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice Prest. '.

make the bones W J SKA HS. their own boys and girls will stay. at ;
of life, let us dry Attorney for H C Miller M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest.
SAM STORY home only so )long as they must. As
for wife. above referredto
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rattle, buy a corner your I' S The' property ;
. Three of I.C ROMA THOMAS Assistant Cashier
are Labs un Two and soon as they can they will escape. It's
! I'KOI'KIKTOU I Let us then be up and doing\, with a I'lckren'H Sub-dlvlalon of Lot 14i've'nnlx -

heart for any fate; still achieving still time to stop the useless drudgery on i
RULL BASS MARKET lN-t n-auiiiK tntlortKoInK romin the farm. Do it now.-Trucker and
pursuing, booming early, boominglate.Exchange ,nunu", ".-atiuri, < intloii, by J 10 Rush if.
\ HI iniided I bt li II I'ratber. It was HO Farmer.

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BIVKIIT; ,FRIDAY. OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE!: BUILDING. ELLA WHEELER WILCOX
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I 1 S.J. TRIPLET Editor and Manager8UB8C1UPTION Believe dear madam the woman by fate for a crushing woe. Consider,
me, ..
_ __ first undertook the work of getting out a special
0 we been
have
J that made
.n. HATES: One. copy ono year -.___-.T-T.l_____._....11.80 whorls an absolutely) wronged! wife rather, you one
One xmonlhs ____ ___ .76 Ono. ,- thr<*.. month, ___ .10. (f Coda 'intimate family by
copy al . Ch copy_ on illustrated edition of the Valley Gazette during this_summer,. ,we does J1Qt_ask anyone for sympathy or ; being-

., I All communication, excppt from our authorized) correspondent: must bi I had a few shivers of misgivings about the number of business advice, because, the wound in foci( Jeep shown! into the chamber of.sorrow, - _

signed' by the writer. to be probed by words, and! it is hidden l Feel yourself kin to all the sorrow.

.1 Rejected matter will not be ri-Uirni- iiiilcMg failed for. enterprises that would \come to our rescue and take space front 'sight. It i is, only the sum,- ing! world and cast out bitterness. All '

. .Entered: at the I'oatolTlcc In KlHHlmnn-o Dorliln i us Hi-rond-clasn mall matter I in its pages, but as the work progressed those misgivings took fnctsciatch which lines open to the ,'this. I say" to you,knowing you have not
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- -- of cached, a state, of sufferingwhich

iThe FRIDAY, JUNE--20, 191'3.----- : wings and have flown-so-far' away it is impossible for them tliever gaze' "Fo'IY'J'Ourl' .v'.ry eye.You t rotililf.JimscWliovetdvoui _pjjulj/.es the faculties and makes _

return. Mr. W. B. Collins, who has charge of the special ,. nt-rvous, .sjsti-ni and matlijou: wards useless" I For if you had you "-

edition, has met with the greatest success in procuring business : ;tunable" ) cross' und i''I''PO'l"ihle'' inI could. not have asked for sympathy

\)" I' tour" arlumAre 'in.i spokmi of your trouble. The woman

I Legislature- Through the from our people, in fact there are but few enterprises but what I, you\ qultt. suie vou w ..ienot who. nallv loves" and has really

I Eyes Of.- ] will be represented in its columns, and when the big paper i is I afflict!.el with some- of these" i peeuliaiities "- )In" n vviongid, can only talk with God

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lil feireMJU vv inv\ rongi'Piero I !

\ J. H. REESE I issued, which will be about July 18th, every phaze of Kissimmee I was'ours a wife, vv ho iilies, i.el nci\\ \ \TI'IU i :: (uo\\s; )

and Osceola County industries will be found recorded. The timeis h"1 i husband to he loval and Innin a "(Gaat11; -I'l )PACKAGES

tnlv) U'i'ail-'. '11 I Ilipl0lt, '" ha0k' .1.c'.1 011ad Ineind 'ipi 1,: <.,stioii t for the aelvoti I se-\ stnsihut she iitnlimiallv" nagged r
limited in which Mr. Collins can call our busines people
me: fin, mi opinion) ' inn i'i '''mir I lilt .,.t ol tin,'. bill didn't t h.i\c: the two upon him about! small, inatle'"is \at no 'o' has always been doing what'

wink of tin i n(C'C lit -, ---i,.., ...I'' I I'li'trisljitun' thuds 'nieissitiv But I was mistak. and while it is his intention to give everyone an opportunity to be I Sir was initalili- :and iiiltliiiilinK' 'man only o"neentlv Illt'mpll"d-that is,

) ,, ,, vvoulil I ve'ii'iin.' 10' \pn'' n 'I I hose Orals ]11'nil, Iobbtitgat, numbered among the progressives, it is hoped they will not delayin J i bud! ,lit'a a pool him,i rki- "pi'i :and 01.,11'I, I 'g manv of its eatables in

Mull' 1"'UlIM' I tin t<. him the data when he calls.:
Oil tills -lll>J<-l' 1. blueaftt I the |.n'lil1l1l1l1ry ,skirmish giving I under i tinsame roof.! \, It hilt'i* was; I -I t iiistaine/ of this is the banana, a

Speaker: Ion I I.. I mil1-" I and soini. . of hi t told mi that I he had "srrn sicker pui, tratoi y. I inn' that t is only In-ginning to be

his! progressive! flit-nils!. nssiit. t tin "'- I hoises, than that net well and Ile was SuddOnly when Imth. luishaiid am'l) niogni/id" in this country at its true

bet til"1 hestCVIM Muhl liuiton was teiiibly, in earnest! aft ..d.I.. tunnel !him alitel.ny I
i-nt legislature-> IIIM: in t I I I- __ wile" iniilillc.11 it v. -
n -- - n
HhSl-mMe'tl ;II 1. I lullll.l, will 1,,,II View and it should )be01011 for him that mlItuatd i) with Hiiolhci,' womanI : e\ptriments have been made-

,..1) from the I standpoint of iininhullegislation 1 I I he i I- a laitfe'I ijipwer( of tllius flintshinisilf and. 'left his crutches with the Sena- I Th.I ..ll ,shehfdil! hit veilie-, and tiled, 5' nth the skin of the banana by bac-

in the, inttiest' of I the 1, and ,is thoroughly identified II[ THE NATION'S CAPITAL ten, :Mi'. Williamson, tame to Wash, I aloud I that she-, hail' 'In'i'n smh a good I"'I""II'I"' and they have found the
mgton on crutches, having injuredhis
.people. itsagOiislthe, ytcial| I millists'I . with the- plowinginterests, in his individual wife; so faithful ; si *i.If,>-ai'iiln' mi');, -km, !n'n.llutlly' impiegnable to germs.
tight leg in a fall in Ashcvilli, I
'lu- Inns winnot iitfiiilv) iliavvn III ] nipucity Albeit It was so devoted so lovnii. : an dlnn w.fhe I I'Itfbrl, t inion,, the inner pulp of the
I "ol'lhy of icmaik, that all the (IBy wixnni.n: JONKSI: ) \ ( while ilimbing MoulIllltl'hc.lI.: .
big .
the IIIHISI-" ; in fail, it might well 'h. orange i 1.\\a..1> -km t i- germ file 01\ sterile Bananas

said (hut They wonnot. ilnivvn ;at nil (fiowiiiK( ,counties were ajfainstthe I Washington I 1) C June W.-Dur- lie went into Bryan's office( on clutchc's And no oat ouhl! maki, hi-l helnvislu 'h.ivi, i i veil hi i-ii placed in liquids! eontainii -

us 'between the two factions of the I t aril test heie I was Langfoid ing the past twelve months tattle buyrt i and came out leaning on a ,stick had born the" ube who hail hewedihi : g eulluies", of known organisms,

....,'ty. Thc'I I ,-,..- sonic whoI ,- 'C' of DeSoto who ,spoke ably against it, aIfendry have been busy in Texas, Florida, : K: G. Baxter a prominent attoinev' wood and shape-el and, limit IK-I and ve,1 I none of t these, were able to

not as radical as other, but it became of l.ee, Stanford of Osceola Louisiana Mississippi, Alabama, anddcoigia i of Jamtsville; left for his home todavafter awn 11.osssonn 1"11'1 I late, into the fruit Itself.

piove-ilnal, during the session, Lake of j is Oiange" and Worley of Dade. ( ; purchasing cattle to bf shipped : a week's stay He has been ap 'time s theahsolutc.Iv' good: and 1 KM: iv one knows! how the edible portion -
,
Mere
that would the hou,,-. what I tall an anomalous ,mild) tuft IS and inisusidI '
unvihniir puss' ( 1 to the Middle Western markets hearing before the Interior Depart "g'I'II.d I of I the banana. IH packed away in

There wen th. administration supporters condition in the legislature llendry "1'he prices paid for canners during ment m regard to ,some and claims 'I must, adorablewoman Ihi' wilier close lilting covering which very seldom I

who stood by ut all times anti of Lee is a grower and he testifiedon this period have been so high that I'on behalf of a Ghent.Representative of this ever kntvv was a misused' :and l link-' opt'n even when dead ripe, 1 1'I iI

in this .sense the house was u dihesivefoice the floor that the green fruit lawpassed thousands of cows and heifers have I 1 __ n"KIt'I'I,1, "I ifi- I In kit' not only protects the fruit

sufficient I v .strong to put in I'M! had 'lnx'ii responsible gone to the shambles which .should I held hoot t tin atmosphere and in-
Spaikman an Kvi-r\ I Indlgnlls.' various
far loss
the of his .entire
through am int-asuri that the ( ;lover crop Here have been retained the farms for ; .
on
and from .
other tonferenc with I' biuismg to a considerable
I i e todav Iepreennatives Sir had sulfeied e-veiv indiL' !nitv s0 -

nor "I'omn""dL (;minoi 'Irani was. every'. big orange growing county breeding purposes This! is especially I Underwood and it/geiuld I inan pus.Iil. ,. tram, tin 111.dllIul.d bruitul' d"I" "" ". but it keeps out all
null should fed grateful to the house. 11 pit" stnted b\ practical' men opposing noticeable when the receipts of southern .
tin 'id clfoit to obtain their aid to s('I'UI'I'I a mail 1 rl I -ht' had m.nK' 1".1'i ihoim I-"n:', l -

for a (governor" never, had a more. llillsliorough' ai test who t.((1 I is\eept\ Martin of cattle at St Louis market for the I the I assage. of the- .lletchei, bill to I ,, a he'"ivi n tm, hi i i hlldl'II. ..endhe T I I'l' I : M /Itaib.v has made various,.

loyal vvoikmif fontliut; it was, different a lawyer and last twelve months are compared with suspend the n.01' gam/ation!: ol the ('us- bird. d.I"p'd, I the most vvmidel, ha0trlwlugluit i examinations of bai .
ill the senate" I have atti'nile was prompted evidently by the Kx- those for ,
I of
hange hoshome any previous J peiiod star hunts| sci'vice1 for simonths. :'tll.i iI'ndeiwood 'fill pOISI' null! st I | ,'IIg-1|, |h l of ,1 II,,:"I .11 t llwhuh i'alia- at dilfi,',n'nt stages of theiriipining
.. d l t thesessions, of I the Igislulure w is m Tampa Ilar .
though I do I length'since [ l semis unchanged from mad. hit t the. .ldl1"at, , "I'nil I ' ami hi del'laics that the Inin .
.simiI'MtT! and it seems to me that not impugn that gentle : the first, of ,
I'ebiuaij buyers .
I man's hialtitude of Y" sti nlav whin, he dei oho k mv 111'1'i l pulp' of npe' bananas 'is practically
motive's
Ihtrewas leas of fattionalism in the being sure that he was from the farms and ranches, of the
convinced 1 of the wisdom and I i I Idled himself in' favoi of allowingthe .lftor i h"1 i .hlld"'II'ha\l'; v'i'wn' .mil I -iiiib, 110'I pn.habilitv, of ,infection
last session than appeared in theothers necessitv West have been the. (Gulf; '
. of lit law scouring ,'('o''g'ul1iJatioll'' : plan to go into III bane.il'. I hen" .own -hi. lift tin I 1'1'' ', lun.iiiiis,., is indeed slight. ('arehiuild
) MatWilliams deliveied I
that I have looked upon IlR..m'.d the ...p..h of his life States in search of breeding .stoi'k. ,rffert( without inte'11 uption. He said, 1 man, Iolll I slit. had heluvid it t to I'.. for, ] In tnki n to have the peel of
to me, in an assumed capacityas against A felv'ars this class of cattle
the acid test I've heard MacWilliainn I ago that if the six months ,stay was gian' I tl". IM st t I.. -,,1h"1 i luihen. 1111' s, an Ih bah.ma .clean, as anvthing on the
judicial observer that the !! would have been scorned the West.1c'm .
by
provinceof many times, but I have heard ed dilfcn-nt mteiests t from all -(.itions flat of JI. ilomistii' iailhiiiaki'{ while. ""I'I'W'| might I be III".f'rrc.d. to tin,
never j:
the senate was well "sustained for i ranchman .
as bleeding stock but
him. "speak with of the eountiv vvr>uld titketin. t I"I'J'(' mall slot i no one. ctrl i ihi.ml hand; , and thrnrr to the fruit and .
this is and I trust it will remain greater strength or with '
/ a the shoitage of cows for I bleeding
(arneslntss., The I members not ill theiitius > matte-r up with the I'n-ident and t th,. hri i mention. hi.,ihu-hand -ant- I ,In. 1 tin' .nioulli.' I, but with, this, tare taki n
government of checRs and balances the ral1'h..r... 1'I'.a..u
belt and of whom confessedly purposes are glad togit )' )Department) and bung with dignity. \\liile II c' inn"i, nmain : 1101, 11 i 1- no Jange'r It I is probably

i The senate did well its part in killing knew nothing many about the matter ) these cheap cows, to which they about U "situation of piaetical chaosbefoie uiul i a lIIall'.f., ,h.,.. should I ;i unr, of t lln li.amI I of fiuitsSonn .
i and allowing to die on the calendar will bleed good beef bulls. The half
,
and who probably cared) less, passedthe I hey 1".I1\\.d t the' general [pin t follow tilt. old SHV'IIJH : ,, 'nit,I- Iiiii, bond 1 bv vvoims" but J I
a number of measures! which mature bleeds' resulting from this matingmake I
judgment would never approve The law, though it was modified by fairly desirable beef animals I of i l''O'XIIIIIZalIOI11'; a good thing' :' I "If you ale' iroiiiiT" to Ptl: I HI' with nutthat: have. no vvoini boles are |,

the insertion of an amendment making but that thenmav be some) mini,' ine ttuIt, : 'on, thin SMI t'1'[ If vou i'd' w plarUrall' } -t..rllr and no germs
house i is", as u rule, made up of raw Several thousand rattle! have already 'I
haind
timber. the acid test unnecessary If the 'lualities whuh can soon be 'i,Ijulcd the situation, , imposxiMi' I then'il get in them :S 1111., nature takes suthpniautions
After one has attended sev been sent from these states
t fruit showed one-half color on the to 1'iospetts, at present' point 'o theeariving ;I 1-1';: 1 Ol'1 and) whin 1 it is n0rrs.ary, , in, manv of her offerings"
eral sessions he
cannot fail to the Texan Oklahoma
see unel Kansas and
,
i ;
that trees! I venture here a personal | out of t the n-organijiatmi II ( talk ; hut only I win'n it is 'miiss.nv1f I I t Ih00(500'nino. n.son why man should
change takes place in the indi *
some of them are said to have been
: fur aFlo'ida is ,concerned .""' 1f mil( y"ul".Ir' utilised. to -,
you remuio also ,
I
though haven't
+. vidual members from the time they opinion, been asked .shipped. far Montana I 1".1 la"y piicaution in pro
as .
first and after they 'have hudthe for it, that the law will be a dead as means that all the 1'01l..Ior' offices. '''' unilii,, the. i oaf of Uu man who I lilting ..u") .,. food I taking pains to
f appear there cattle
: Recently were more un- j i will be
abolished ,
with
letter the books-for | the exceptioof 't has u longedou, try to oeeupv your but
of on who is to be put it not only in handy packages,
experience or loaded
.. a session more. at time
one in Birmingham Jacksonville
A .
the judge. The which will be made self every hour of the day with work which
t only through
possible in packages
There good germs may
are !some men elected to be rep Ala.; for feed water and 'rest, whileen the headquarters.
that the law do in humble and duties and distractions which
"' who could can my not enter
f . "\Arenentatv8 never becomevery route to the Western ranges than
, opinion is,0\ hold the sword of Dam keep ;you from brooding. Take an interest
,
't. 'useful in that position for the have been
ever seen iii\ that place be- Secretary
of the
i'reaso" that they have no qualifications odes (as Harry Floyd said in his argument fore in one day. Georgia and Florida Interior Lane has in your personal appearance; 'I IIAT :SKTTLRI: / TKACIKK| _
submitted
for the but for the bill ) over the growers a report to Congress recommending surprise: him by rowing( irr attractiviniss --'. ,
place there
are die sending out thousands of these
and shippers, with the result whichHarry enactment of a law author. i , and ,me re astvoui' iinle- of "Samniv1'evi'laimecl! : the u'a"h..rI.rthfllll
others who careful (
by study of thmeasures native "southern cattle al the present
that Floyd did not point out) that l/mg the diainagc and leilamationbv n found' ,. tv ) I 1'11I smiplv disgusted. with

house and come up before the the conscientious. glower will be tent at J pi.-i ices ranging front $1! "> to the tilted I Stal'.f publu swamp I Ira 'not'1 foi an haul. hi" him rr>. .vou, .mi. Hi.n. Ih" whole. class has learn
through regular attendance $:J:! a head for mature animals] A and ovciflowi'd,
and conscientious bound bv the law told the lands in' :allY State01 r loikutg. hki' a nnut3l' i iI id I tin list" ol Ihr l I'li-snli-nts' of thi
attention 1 to unscrupulous .shipment of I cat' load- of i rattle wasniently I r-rl'lloll', i u h..,rr L uuSs ol that )bars, I 10nm1, ,. ,
their duties. otherwise. shipper will continue to ship to in IIt I v l I' an m"M'i :ottla i <' I nilid, :'Ial'1 ivi.ne except your
develop into made from
Osiiola ,
good legislative material The I the detriment of the man who would '" lountv, artrr( i al e situati, .,dhili tit t I til Mil'li |1"I'' |iusy,|j ,, .,,;,,1| ,I.|, \ ', 1S'1l0 ",",' -tuilving' them for tvxwiik "
Florida I
progressive : in one day. They .
organization that do the ,light thing under 'all circumslanevs I wileshipped \\ it I is d.II1.d, pnmaiilv fotilt. t allow. ynuis0lf, (t" )I... I I.d, into' .|1'1:11",1' : | IsI "now and. you don't know hall
grunting to) Kansas, via Oklahoma ( .
I itv
there I leelaniation, ol ,puhln" lauds I Inme Till I nk al out' other-i a 'HUM'" ''i, :a.i v ou i of'I them I 11013.torn I was your age:'
was one to begin with, went Same people of th t ) South .
I badly to .i res hc.f..n' t he* mled / 'T'he I ligLslatiiii' did some" things that < seem glad i a un> :lullioil/i- tin,' mi. liisinn' in' 'an, oast,,I :a' lilth, ,. upu| -ibb, ,' ainn: "it I I null.. 1 'niili' I tI" intin list without
pic sc ssion that these rattle are bring/' shipped out, the( , .
and this. liciame admitted should has'e been done* and it .left diainagc piojiets, undii "Mainlonditnuis : VOUI ban sotnas in,.-- ng, on, '"
an the
number
ion as ( of tub
attic i ie- ,
(Jill,, l by '-tsrul I of tin "leaders I II undone. things that U .should have ing lectured and the South will is of Stair:; or piivali, vvamp Sol"nnv will I ,in, ,mi,i- a i |111t/,1/ ,, al,,,il a I It "l l i l in'." aid :'.1111 IllY. ill all mi n"

I I said just, now that theadminis'/ !lation; I done, 'I'his nun'h i an In said of the hitter. cattle as a MMilt l get do, land eontiguous!: thiieto ot loiated, ) in 1 t Ira.. he i imp.iitn a -001" of 1\11.1.1, .' 0 05,0. .1I.d ii mg/' ;a loophole' foi, 0I ii

had a gaud, avrking fair III tile house recent legislatui" and the ,same rube t not look far aheal lluv I hi:' sum' basuii I .u 01 I -v 'nip,ilhv :I'llt.i '", .11" I, n" 'i'i"| I :.ill "11" u hi, i t th'I.- "a'i t tii'l
enough however
said I of ,, I 1111' nua-uii-. ninpi' e''he'n-iv' i.. indoniiwliat ,I lh.il " h.I\ .. , 11 ,1 I", , .*
and I ripc.U, that (lovirnoi; T..al1lIlll'1I I i any gisl.itun1 that everconvened ol, thiv, would s 0r thai ,il I' I iLii, ,hJllaK" ,', p i '' t I : -o ,now" ,to "n"mi, ,mbi. i lira
:; ill analogous:' lo't t h" la I
was "successful in seeing" I the huesspurt .. Sue'i any event is. the ...f. inttle t i Is such as lo ,iaisi| buveisto rr'
,ranched. ,",ltlt''" act, passed, in J'tUJ'! : for the I
fiom ,
opinion In f ''rIll'al -
all of his u- \
nearly mv e\ -
at '. ,
p me .IMII" e s. i nine1/ front' the far, West t to Las\ '

but here I wish to draw a distinction priicnti-! III looking ov, e'I'I Iegi!: ...Iativ l" 1hiM. si ,tub tattli, lot. bii ''hog' i 'ion of and. lands, me'1 biding, 111)I'I'
/:: purpaes e\i i"I'i a n u in In" I of
,
imblies. '
1 IM-IVVI-III administration .0 i- No: ; real 1'ulpl'.I" nnpi ov e mi'nt s !:
fe ,| was .
>nes .
HH the
t c ham i" of sniithi fa..nw'
the pre>|f re-ssive' fon....... 'I his. m.iv In 1 I di osrluprd, i] in t hi' bouse Th.1 .,11. was .tilling the.n' with i n 1 sn gi-'ed' I 1 Iv, rxprn0m' (' in tin adinnii Thousands of Boys Wear
pa-I"
e u'di..llllt.tlon without a ditrciinec.. fen I ,oini, ,pioinisin., !: voung men I dune., tie. aie" nidi/ .i.d small fool whele J.good eat nation, ol. that a(1 I 'I I/I". 1111.1-111-, 11rn.itrd I I

I :hem ; ansc i (I, will I In-a Imlahli: ,1 ,.1 1 _
tio\iinor; 'Tian hill i. liiinhull of Jefferson i dp' in ih' ''
i 1"0)1I11..d 'ill)
) asa ''' '
piocfic-Hslvt- It 11"1. \ III piol.ablv' l it. the- in\t _peakI ._ I I' goodda da bidding lattli to mint .i !laiiiatn.il, ol I publu lands, I ;and 'ill,. I I
IO""IIH. must( benealliil t 11 I "in : ui -on.ibh" |1''>i"n "' 1'1"I . "Excelsior
houcMi' thaI l 11"r'" a I i -"',v' of \\1 t I'alm Hi'ai h,, !1,1 t and' most I piolitable, of i -t.ibll- him' lit nl Ilium. and tau, in, : Boy Scouts"Ami

thought ,,, bay get upon) :.in'ano. .\ .
nunilH i of meiisiiies lain.lie.d and f'III. ; Knovvleof uninhabitable' md, ,j''
.1- pioKiessive ling' good catll.; tliioughniil ,
!: h.ollih:; ) worthless.
: that did not originate with l\i V 11rst(t. punilu.il( 'u'gutu!:, and :al I S i- lo btiid !
up tin nativi :Mlle b.v tin I". .
I
l tilt !!'OVI'III..I', and it the 1\\1.1' on tin job ; ( ;doldstein couitious' "v IM g ''III'11,1.,1'. these vvonelrful shoes Their
debit
was in r us" ol ents , par-
bud hull ,
pun" :and t li .in .iju.illy' intln' iin", He,
ileaihiadid, liiown:, of I'olk > I'a.- 'J I hi coiulition-.' linu' )I-I III'II"I ause these I.'inioii', shoes appeal to the
.,
eif these. laImiing .
on some I that I brit ,1 ., .
me.isuiis I the1pi ti almg. all -1\1", i bulls at ai 'a"y a by as no oil I.., r shoe t v, r h.is And
!: mule i somi. hanilnaps but age ptiul( 'pal i ,lop-' in' I Flo'l' nla. on I till' I 1',1.', like them, I I.ei t In p"irents'
roglrsnr!:" 1'1"I cm. the- .links) I t I lilt' south ,i- " tolaising i- inse v nut''W's .ir .,t he'r shoes two lo out,
adapti
and it -1 t up' a cur( foi, tuition I lining' to g".t I al tin t tiutli of tilings,! atll),. > ol IIMI' t iipM-inting! unluuili \ia a ., and iv't' half I tit 11 st of, Io"y"I (foi ilwcar
In
,
i '
ol
< ( !! i r I the longgiaing r.'lo\\'' .
.
;and tin'u' wi ol In 1'111"111'1'1.' !'id', p
i which cioppid mil fieiiunllv'| onothei n is, but lh.t"d 1 sra'on. tin oiaiir" pu s I "Excelsior Boy Scouts" Camp Shoe
t ) out ill' MlJ me"mm' a, |1,1., nulnuus lure |10 i Illillls' !'III; Illlll-' !'Mi ; grup0hnu., I'X'pi !I f ..
'y tin, |
mtusiirc- that did not beai theautlioiicil 0',1'i ( i of i,1",1'I land 111". h of w hii i 11 i ; LIght"t' Stl,,,n!:, ...1. h. w. .inin In" .
is now rhe : v s -h..e made
;
t.tnip ot' 1"'KI"i''I'i sni t' 'ssion I foimcd an adinii;at t ion fur King idh, tin 0.r -. 'Ito ; peals, I r.; \\'at"IIIH.I i IonMl Cjclluini, elk le .ithtr, mini r.il lunn, d l hy i ,III'S"'<, ,0'\\ Prue7 c
I of
'I '1 he loinliM of IIIIIsburuug6. and I gnat u11 1'ty paI -- ; eantaloupi' ''-. 1'Ml( ; rss.titt f t 5sagln. e anil'' I 'fits is losi u Hi I rut sir, ,dw rf
met iii think ioWHi-| Xfipastuii / , : \ : e.I
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sp0cta. of I li
Ifight I the'bession ) I thuO gia-si: and ]li.gums which s s -i m t te ir Ios. out," untmnrt:;

1 took' plait Oil the. acid test fo,' : I I'auk'I'runuu011 I i should bate givinhinisi.IIH IIIMII I:intlv on all soils. bi. glow. ., Sri bav OX; -ugii. lane, !'IJ,: tuutoout Colors-Olive., '1 un and I III... k. sliucs 1 (>
"t asset i austit toniatiM. s, S'I !t. ,
thing bcttti Vi
than !
V t citrus ftuitlWhen the ( 'hisst tt IX. a mnviit l illsprrlur's I I tin,. mild '\I inte'i ,s.I ' Excelsior Boy Scouts" Piker

I change "sent its lobbyists. |to lall.ihas. I, ( job, lot' ", 1'uik 1 I i HIImi l IIowes I I Ith0 - ---- -- l :
kU '\1.| i"n, i"; n< hman i in alfot, 1 'Ihssplendldshu' f"rti< ,
+ I l.JrH.I I: I I I K I ItOM) js m III"d,1o'r"' host
: wee (to woik fur (fill' grid t 1..,.t. I hada | I moil lo loinlni thtin t to 'n 1I 0yulhar t" p.iv soiithiin' farmer i good "-, BILU 1iU111.115 I I ;:( ;:; alit I i vt rv day VM 'i'I' 1t: I. LI
I
talk with !Mi liuiton and ."\.hall- man in I the house foi' t Uu. MIIicss :' prm i, 'M I"i k i ..ilf app., r,
!, lot' low-. the I '
i ('d views with' him in' iiiraul! to ( hi' of his. nuasijiis\.s. thin I .. loinlin I the \Vtst pay stand high the height losses. whuhn.itui.ilH raftla ) s 1 I he lati: '.si m.wMi: '. and :\11'.1) :MUillsnn II yT' b ]'d.How s toniuiv I I', all.i iji ., b'5 bil tI' ..C.........
I + + ,
passage" of> the bill Hi asked, me foi' !II', tnaili of tin "lighting' stulfI 01' dm .have: Ivuvved hunt' thiirI1 + at J. \ I ,. hi". s ,t, Santo sixes
tut inghipping' thin u lids among the t Si ininole s .1 I, .- Soli i '"" r andprtutt
my opinion and bring: thus flatter e d I 111:0.0'1':: ; : lo .\II\'EHIISI': :: firths I "'u'h long dl.lanc0salso"" i bt'al' (the. ; Indiansum -, .r ? /I1 l l 11 i n L, WL..I'' as below. ,
I told him that he would ' Gutruui' vctocel the land like irun.
I hueis tin
never pass i I a tune when you should not'adveitisi I losses due' to a change" of ell mal ",

the lull /He meiuircd. thin iS it was I' ', and that tune is.. to'; lUintc' a conditions' and tin '11 make" IIloi..y on giant .bill. the v' uric so i listed, ill '\ ? Look for the Good Luck" Charm -
b i- a 1 It, tie fiom
i r !
1I"ly '
personal Rowlegs 'himself 4'
a I
opinion that I was delivering : Hum. why rl s.wusiikn (noil Luck '
prose poemI can not tne southi'rn farm-I harm attae h *d to every pair of
Billy wrote' te'j Mr. \Villson I H:xi i Islor liny
or if it was the result of investigation I Visa the who that i : ScoutH Sheen None genuine without
I grasshopper stases to i l0r already owns the cattle thin harm Hrlifhl
as hen, yellow metal,like alaYU
J I told him that my opinion hop and the old tow quits her bawling ., ', well as' the grazing lands, and vvho1 : "sorry you hat"n heap sitk +; bright Fine for prizca at boys' Soma, baseball, etc.
had been I Indiana sink, ojus ( much ) five die at -
formed Alllight
from Other
conversationsheld when the fishes needs the Style
no longer flop and the manure upon the soils, keep

rv with different members, all of : baby quits its squalling; when the I this stock on the faun and secure ill' I now. Indiana come see you you .. -S'(' I'\ '. "Eieefidnr are made In Boy Scout" Shoes r qj SCOV 3 v
home Rtyloit.
t whom had said they knew nothingabout dinners no longer dun and the. hool')L rc-ased profits?! -home 1 Your friend, Mr. Billy Pikn", r aul "everyneed' many. "FHr do.'r to .

an acid test and moreover owl quits its hooting; when the vine'I j' The I farmers of the South should t the]Howlc-gs" Mr Willson is spending :' .ftJll ''y., ray ri .ampalirn nd Camp," "''Piker'5zrs lablu- | a

didn't believe that such a' test could Lilt I ) longer runs and.the. skylaik) discontinue this wholesale summer in New York and it is S3.00. Yi yl n cherregular.nd 1 I + .
stops of '
I I shipping Billy's ambition Bay. Sin I to hl h-cut Tao black ,
be made operative. The light came [ its larking; when the sun no longer cattle to other states to sometime visit .s $ .SOBIX ti i S:It'{%iiT and frun-metal calf. .
.,, |I that city H"yi' aNd Mrn",. land nlHJclaJ elk leather. '
\ on and a test vote proved the correctness I shines and the young man quits his i Sita 6 to 10 $3 00.
I MoJ. ky
of my first impressions ; the ,, sparking; when the heavens begin to Albert Williamson, editor of the It is not at all THE EXCELSIOR SHOE CO, PartuwmtK Ohio cL3io t I .

bill went on the calendar requiring a droop and the old maids I Jacksonville necessary to stop
stop advising, Floridian left Washing grain growing because for Sale By ;,
two thirds vote to _call it. up. It I then it is time to shut shop and Um today after twenty to DUTTON-HAHRIS ,
up a week's
I !stay. I He I forty hogil are kept oi the plaee CO, Ki Himmee, f la.
Beamed to me then that the bill \ ((29))
Ya was quit your advertising. visited Senator Bryan's office today ]Hogs t fit in well with grain growing. -

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE PAGE I. 1'


THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY 4,
GAZETTE '
3dc buys a regular 50c: work shirtat The' Lay men's, meeting will be held OOtOO.O.t oo.OO..Ot..t..oo.O.t.o..ooo oooo.
Telephone No 11. :
F; H. L wson'.. 26-lt Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at'the I

!I Published Every Friday Methodist church with Brother
By Young
F. H. Lawson
W. B. HARRIS. hosiery will please white you. shoes Try them.and as leader. The public' generally Invited Correct Dress for MenThe

to. jthe, .service. G. F. Parker, '
-26-lt
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president r

.. tR0000Weather Report Remeniber.' for men's.'that furnishings.we are headquarters F. IL J. M. Gardner, Thou, Jf. Woodall, ('. very uoooOOOOUOOOO00-4000.COOH Summer

J. Clayton and Grand Chancellor W. .

Lawson 26-lt J. Sears left yesterday to attend the latest styles in ONO. Underwear ? I

- Following are the daily temperatures Fred Hill of Narcoossee spent'last district convention of the Knights of ,

and precipitation an' night here the guest of his friend, Pythias at. DeLand, held there last Arrow Collars such Poros-
reported by the Government Lee Jarrell. night Beginning as
Y .
station at Kissimmee for the .

week ending June 19, 1913 Joe Jones-a prominent Orlando attorney Be sure'and attend the mass meeting ii' with the long July 1st knit 'B. 'V. D.

,. ,, was attending to legal busi. at the court house next' Thursday: i--- ,
NAx NIN. RA'N afternoon. A definite Swill be
ness here yesterday. plan
Friday nfi; 54 adopted looking to the planting of I : points. that we will ; Otis Balbrig-

Saturday. . . 90 00) I Aftev two weeks spent with friends trees and cleaning up the town on "j'i

Sunday . . !14> GC ,. .' i I at Jacksonville" Charlie Clayton and July 17th.Among i i may be worn 'close at noon f gan in both

Monday . !912(\ 'iI' wife, returned Saturday. : : ,

Tuesday. !ar ti3 : the Kissiniinee people -vho
Wednesday !92 I KK Y::: (C.; C. Allen wife and 'child of Port attended the Kpworth League meeting i : over or under ; on cream and r

Tampa are visiting" Mr. and Mrs. Ira at St. Augustine this week were
Thursday
!M 711
+y I Bass parents of Mrs. Allen. Misses Mildred Winn and Bell Bu"- : the waistcoat. f. .-Thursdaysuntil t white.
>O-Oo -..
-, ><->-:oT"E -. :-;- I za and Messrs." Clyde Huzza and Murray
Miss Mai Allen of Jacksonville has I ,
Overstrect.P. 'z' M-M- +++.
returned home after a pleasant visit ,I.:: =
x
1
with :Miss Marguerite Bass.A. I A z, New MohairSuits
A. Vans Agnew left Saturday fora ,: new shipment t ;

: LOCAL FIELD. I K.: Holmes, representing theBcntleyCray ten days' business trip to New I :: I further
; I York. He stated before leaving that'
of Straw
Co., of Tampa spentTuesday I.z: f just arrived I .
nothing however important, could induce
:
here looking after the trade.The I : : notice
him to miss the big celebrationhere I :J: :: .
-KM- 'f Hats both + and
Civic League is adjourned to- July 4th. ,
0" ,
j
Strand wood : .
$1.25 strand. "i'
per
the second Tuesday in September, subject I
Prompt delivery within city limits. to earlier call in special session. At this season of the year fish are x Split and Sen- -0 .:-:-:-:-:-:-:- Palm Beach

Phone 262, M. B. Carson. 10-tf exceptionally fat, and the shores of .

:Miss' Vivian Leo, accompanied by the lake are lined with people every .-----c-i
Board of Trade: meets Monday night. :Miss Vess Parker returned Monday day who make good catches. The net braids.L:-:-:-:-:-:-} :-:-:'<-: + }.. Linen Suits.Florida .

Rutler & Ivy, agents for White from, a week's" visit with friends at 'high cost of beef has no'terrors for

Star laundry. 2o-lt Bartow. 'Kissimmee people.Dr. .


If it's white shoes you want Gilberthas C. K. Allen and wife left Tuesday Holt wilL p!>eak Sunday morning Kissimmee KA TZ

an up-to-date line. 22tf for Ossian Iowa, where they will on the Program of Jesus' and at nighton

spend the returning here Friends of Jesus. Baptism will
I Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. (C. Robert summer ><",->-M-:-: WNewspapers-<' ><- -<">< :-:- M-:-:. 00-4000 0 0 0 0 0 000000. t t....
October I 1st. lie administered at night. The services h

I Sunday. June Hth, a son. these wearm days will be short I -- --

S. It. Aultman sold a Cartercar 'and helpful. Everybody made wel- tied up in bundles! for
Lay your clothes out, phone Butler roadster! to Wade Tucker this week come.It. I I sale at this office. QUARTER ACRE CONSTITUTE CHAPTER ;,,
V- Ivy they will do the rest. :1'lMt! ; I
and drove! it from Sanford to this

city on Tuesday.Mrs. ). B. Potts, who was one of the efficient Judge T. M. Murphy spent yesterday YIELDS $227.75A. ROYAL ARCH MASONS ;
W. II. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers
of with friends at Orlando. ,
corps press correspondents ---- +
the tree people. 40-tf : II. C. Stanford and children t
at Tallahassee during the recent session L. KING KEEPS ACCURATE WILL BEGIN WORK WITH A
Jacob Young and wife of Runny-
Island thill'I'.k.
Mrs. F. M I of liiulow the are camping, on Paradise of the legislature, returned to I
Fay is with their medc Hotel are spending the day with VCCOUNT OF MONEY RE MEMBERSHIP OF THIRTY- i
\\ They went over
!guest of Mrs. Will ,Gillx-it; Kissmimec Saturday and resumed I friends at Orlando. CKIVEII FOR CHOP. FIVE.W .
lent by motor boal Monday. his duties as editor of the ,OsceolaJournal. I IIr" .

You can get twenty yards of calico Co; to the Board of Trade! meeting :\ W. K.: ( 'adman of Narcoossee This is no .idle dream, boost storyor 1 R. O'Neal;; of Orlando, Grand ;

for one dollar at (Gilbert's.; :liiMfheii :! :Monday 'night and learn from firstIlailll Boat riding the lake ha become )passed" through the city this morning hot air effusion. It's plain unvarnished I Treasurer of the Royal Arch Masons, i"a
on
\\ m need of first clii' ,s cleaning '- ,, what great, stunts wil be pulled the ; for Orlando where she will spend the truth and the men are here to will come to Kissimmee Monday to ;i;
: principal paslimtof our ynungJeople with friends.S. constitute local order known Kia-
celebiaUon. day verify it. a as 1,1
and pressing, call on Ituller AL- \\y.\ otf at the big fourth of .July : especially the even
( during A. L. King owns a truck garden "simmee Chapter No. 10, R. A. M. "
:L'f.-lt! ; Last night launch avail I U. 1 Decker who has the
I ings.' every spent <
across the lake immediately alongside There will also be several members

Wood Wood, Wood. Phone 108!'! The subjects Rev. A.1.: Chisholm able was in use, and it was midnight past week traveling over "Florida the Sugar Belt Railway. This of the chapter at Orlando who wil
before the last anchored at reached! here en route to his
for your wood. $1 :25 and $i.00!' per will preach from, Sunday at the Christian one was today spring he planted a quarter of an be present to assist in the ceremonies. '.,
the wharf.In home at St Cloud.
htrand. 7tf t ihurch are, morning "Atone- t. acre to tomatoes, and up to this date Several local gentlemen will have degrees 1

ment for Sin ;" evening, "The Thief on 1 a few weeks) the central officeof C. l;.;.. Denig, local manager of the he has sold $227.72 worth of the crop, conferred upon them by the vis- c \V

Hutler A> Ivy will" treat you tight/ ; I the ""It. "." the Kissimmee Telephone Co. will Narcoohsec Farm and Townsite ('o.l I I and still has several crates to pick. itors at the meeting of the' lodge Mon- !

!give UK a chant satisfaction guaranteed be moved into on the second XMth headquarters at Runnymedc Hotel -I These tomatoes were bought mostlyby day evening.
quarters I
Phone I HI.; :'(I-I; It t B. A. McAdoo (Watermelon Bill ) t.
Wednesday" at Cotha; and says floor of the State Bank building, Superintendent is spending the day here attendingto ? i the Waters & Carson Grocery Co., The Kisimmee Chapter No. 10 starts ':
pent connected with his of this city, who are prepared to verify off with a charter
Ilr. W. 1.. Winn spent a couple) of that man woman and! child in Beeland having a force business com I I 'I
every
days in Tampa this week on profs|. that section. will, be here to the celebialion now at work preparing the offices and pany. the figures, and there are hundredsof and will doubtless 1
people who have seen the King of the largest in J
-lonal business.
4th. setting new poles. I
July
Alex. Thompson, wTSi and children, tomato patch and will testify that it

New lot of 45inch011 flouncingn, Hiram Moody and wife of Tarpa.pa.scd Miss Vess Parker was the guest of passed through this citi Tuesday eni I t t I was not over a quarter of an acre in : }J. H. REED j

big value at 75 cents per yard at through Kissimmee Tuesday honor on a boat ride and fish fry at .ule from. Tampa to their home at size. :

Gilbert's.; I I 22tfJ. en route route to their country homeat Southport yesterday given by Jno. Bu" eng r. Mr. Thompson las been Mr. King will plant velvet beanson :

C. Alligood foreman of the New :Micco's Bluff, where they own an M. Lee Besides the family of Mr. confined in a sanitarium in Tampa for the land in a couple of weeks, and

extensive, orange grove. Lee, Messrs. Bartow Dutton, Gus the pant two weeks? but has now almost {I potatoes this fall. The latter crop
business visitor
Eden Plantation, was a
Smith and Edgar Katz were mem- completely regained his health will net him about $40, which will WILL MOVE INTO
to the city Monday. A. O. Morris and W. C. Campbell bers of the party. t I, make at least $275 he will receive this
store and meat mar W. B. Harris ,, owner- of the Valley O BY
opened OCCUPIED
a
grocery
The ladies of the Catholic church from that quarter acre.
I year
:, ket Wednesday in the 'Stanford building ,!- J': Hugh Reese, who. so' acceptablyfilled Gazette, with his family Is now locat
who attended their BARBER
wish to thank all
social and made it a success. in North Kissimmee, formerly occupied the position of presideni'of the ed at Coronado, where he has taken a i Cil Y TAX BOOKS"CLOSED

by Cranger's; market. Press Bureau during the recent session cottage for the !summer. In a letterto

of the arrived in the the , Mr. Harris he isI
Miss Meta Hlackwell. afU'i( a week legislature editor status YESTERDAY J. II. Reed (

-pent) with, relatives I heir, ictumcil to IFatl"'r t Fox of Orlando will city Saturday for a t.rtt'f'i"it with I greatly! ,'njoyilllthe! sport of fishing, Bakery has '
i-ome to Kissimmcc Saturday June his mother and sister :\1... Reese is the time has
l "' up to I piescnt' noturioeded ,
her home at Ashton Tuesday.P. I" ( ; ; LIST WILl.1' of the City, Bakery
:! I I-I t "nfcs ions and devotions in 'ilccomparned by1: rs. Reese. in landing! any whaler.IlenrV DELINQCENTTAX ear.'I\
PKAR I IN; ; \' .\ I.LEYZETTE: ; ..lo move to quarters
K.: Trucdell owner of the .1 toicin evening' at 7tl::! ,and will say mass on i I
The Pastime. theater furnished I I.. who increase thp output i
the new town of Sa""a- alnisiiies.s :Sunday> moimng at I K o'clock.' I an Overstreet, operatesis 01ISSI'E JI'I.4T1I.

visitor to this, .ity" Pile-day unusually good attraction" the first | large! truck, gill den in West Ki.ssimi The Butler .

Your absence.. Cam the Board! of three nights this week in Sylvia Summers i ""e, Males that he Is now shipping' The lax books of Kissmimce for the by t the Ford barber "

See W.P.J.Sunnier for deslgnsa0(1" ( I Itadr i i- 0vlewhngly I noticeable, andpmvokc I ill vaudeville, who was ably assisted I lokra 1'h'h, ) b.. is teceiving, $1.7.1 year" I'.MH;) :! closed yesterday, and City I hauled and arranged

prices of white hron/.e monunx-ntSi, mm b favorable. comment. by Al Pie ('" ami Frank :Madlocks. I "r hamper.' :Mr. (Overstieet believesokia Clerk. Gilbert; was1 kept busy to the the bakery, for Mr.

statues, gravecovers' headstones:,!etc.Ultf. Tinmean.' you b1 lr. Business Man I The opening( play of "Tin- to b0 one of the best payingi last minute writing! receipts and taking expected, he will '

1 Who l, :Never, I\tt"I-, .. Test" d"lIlUn"II'III".d! these t people/ to rolls' ii 'mail can plant as it lasts from in money. Thenis lIotI great tei- by September

Di.V.. F Hlaikman. |pl,, ,K-'M' <>fKollins he among the leading ((tills of tinI June' lo October" and rciUircb| little amount of propeity upon which the ing: the City bakery
whoIwoweeks'
.1 I' (Coopi-i. of "Philadelphia
': colU-ge, located at. \\mtei, I vacation in I .day and rightly! belong! lit the head work, I and tilt ili/ei'" jind i < a sple'ndul [ taxes were not paid, t therefore the 'o'n that will give
-pending( (a)
""ark."It".d this, cilv 1 "Fiidav "f 'la-t i- of a strong! company./ hi pper.' ;; li-t of delinquents will not be I.. .." .. ,the best t equipped
the Wednesdayof
I h 11,1111.1.' was guest!
week.Kd.. The tax list will in the Val1ey The barber shop
i
appear
of! Iii- old iiillcge! mate, I Fredj In a letter <" the editor, of this I Kvny: indication, points to ten I I
: Canning i 1- niaki'ii." a twin, j Hill, of :Xaicoosie.Mi papci C.V.. Mud who lnow III thousand stumpers, |lt.njr| here on July ] ,
and the advcitised iop" >it.v till) t I.c next. dual, to the- " i
thioiigb' the noilhwi-sl.. "ainl vviM pioli- I New York) state.- that he lull leave Ith. anil the committee in' iliaige, of i
W P. McMui: vvlio has been sold the filet t -
I' ray. on I Monday in August.
ably visit,I Caiiad.i ,fefon, n 1'inifng' ( 'I h"rt't'fCII': Switzerland' whenhe will, ; the c.i'k'liration' ale scouring the owl "
I i 'in attendance al I the I sick bed of herilei. ] w'hnli j i- thi' fouith, day of the month "Did, you: ever .
the , here, in for, I b-ans feed,)
h -r July I 1st.t..J spend slimmer returning! ,I1O ( enough to them
Mi-, I C.; I "1'aiker.' for, tilt past; Mr. ilbert< Inow, bu-v. ,rhel'wgIII , !ground" a good i-ai' of :
,the late fall. Mr.l \\ ai'll was unforI all. AJready .I no. M.; Lee has placed ,
J II llallcy., (11"! hu-llinv( (, u.I, t L'1'' 'l\vo ,.,'k-, icliirncd; lo her" home alI.1 | the li-t, I nniKjrctting' the cup m I Ii, ,i- [iu-1/ that III U '
I lunate in, ('initialling! a -evencold an older, fD I ;i. Wagner: 1 is nsponIdle
m.in. ,, of l.oiiglnnan.,,, / "a'1"( '' "' t 11piomiiient )" | 1-oiiv ille t till" week.Uepoil -liapi-, foi, t the priMj-i I it .1(11 plant a poor
Ivvhili. in( < hicago! a couple of worksngi for tnl -tatcment: ) for" thieeniliiilred

/ onl', of town p. npli I Inn, I: I. Cum' the bedside of :Mrs., ,, and( t IlIlIka -11 111''lit." among", tin- ,, ,. Inn- and fifteen t thou-and

ednesday. "i. I I'aikri, an- that -he) i- gleatlyiniKM Alps Mould bcnelit, his,, health. loa\e- of l"i cad.K. .1.I .
|
.1 10'.1'I :. G; 'ann I U I 1.11"-. tin.-, | ( d. .Hid mileunfoisecn' iomI All iiielnU-r- the Oil I IVIlow- I :. D.! > ( 1111111'. plumU-r) of the 0.,.,- !

of SI. ( linn-! ni'i-t/ I piomini. ( 'ill' '. i ''Hens I II"| l" .itioi. ", aii-i'( will legain her usual'I [ lodge ale "reipit -I..d| | to l I..>e piescnt at ola. HaidvMirc l < '0. had the nll.fvllull"
I tn legal /m.itli. I ilieie i- '' I coed, health within the iievl month. JII': '
atteniiiri : meetvith LL Climates
I" wele ( ) I'iu1.11111y, Hall at' In o'Ilurk, ,next t 10. .1 painful accident at' "{ Look Aliketo

yesterda 1 i |II| I : Swabev. went to\ Oilando this Sunday morning, to inanh to 1 I"1'II""t ,* High/ ,! SpringW'ed11r5d.ty.! ,) Hev, ;< This Famous Watch:

A. I Ii.: I I'lelds. of \\ (lid., ll.ivi-.l.. -pentSaturday ( I'I',unInuur,, ,, .in be piesciri at the annual 1: \ /, ( him IIi in a l Lod ly. where. doing. the plumbing on the dcpolv I l',. a Mil M ">111 you'to an rnginerr on any project
:Seiiiinoli-, I Die memorial services will be hold. hen ,the ladder 011 which. hi- vva- ;
: hengieeli'ig! '' tinmany'/ 1..1 II '1Ill( of ofliceiof; Camp from CuM. to Saskatchewan, you can 4

friends. he made while a" ,"d.! "n' -..11"'. I ::. I. O.) <41> F., which will occur llev .1 I II.. Sibeit, pastor, of the church winking.' fell his left foot 'Ix-ing! take the Lord f.1"in along\ and bank on IUteatiylaithfulneu.
1 nobly giand of ,I A ill preach the sermon. Special aught. under it and severely crushedHi. Natjirr/ arid nor damp
few ; toolIt. ,,, ht 10 inpal ; 111I ;
year ago. 1 > \ilalion to all visiting: Odd follows'and reached the. city, yestenlay" and, it'ndl country heavy blaiii nor conU.nt t.iollmg
,,,1,1"1, Iau1p.' : : i will derange tf. And n'a, mighly Imndome -
Ovei.slieel" I :and thud be s< velal weekbfore (lie. '
MisM-s Bath I I ( the public in general to attend. anI1 A watch. The thinnet watch mode In
riiomajion, who were t the gii'. ..,t- <.1'''.1 .1 Vt Simpson leaves licie. Tuesday I -nine hi-, duties., A America with an enamel dial. A com "

friends > t Pavi npni(' I fm .' veck. ie I t.,. ;attend,(, the Slate Dental conventionj lien: Downing, of Captain l.aBi uce'surveying panion to be proud of on any txcftmion.G. }QfW4
} I winch he will : I I IIIf' :Mi.sses' Annie and Mary IVrnll. ,,
j All.intn' lieaih. after' ( left fur his home ,
t Ill""lI'd here TiiesilavMiss 1..il / corps I lUji '
I 1'1" ,nd, I (a month visiting,! the ,principal i issjinniee'e about two weeks ago! to 'vlio, for the ,past th"I."k" bav- Lord 1;
1 "f. Lakeland 1 ,I., .-n the of their brotherV, :
: Corinne l'al1.- 1II" nl the. Ninth, "lidVt'I. ..111111( 1 lecuperate from a slight! illness." Soon guests" ;.
of MlNanm." "(." I i M I Ferrill, at his home on Sun.nci
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is the ]1st.
.. guest miheie, September( after reaching his home he wassliickcn -
I Iff0rnl. 1 'ni-tim-toi' ofmusic f |1-1"1.| | and who .left todafor. then
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Keese our most down with an attack of brain i Elgin Ii ,
in Osceola ll.igh' Si luml i ( I. Buckley: owner of the saw | home at Quitman C.; .., were enter,
I' i fever and for some days he' was in aciitical
11(111 "recently built at Narcoossee, I tamed yesterday at a fish fry at'
condition. Word has
:Miss Madeline Hill aftei a pica- |pa-sed through! Kissimniee :Monday since I Southport, those attending being WM ,' t II:
bowl received' here that he is muchimproved ..
ant visit of two weeks' with" I'liend- ,11 route (to Orlando where he tran- I and! there is indication ; Ferrill and wife J. M, Gardner, i .'.

( )Orlando returned to her home lit Narcoossee i! sailed( "some important business, re- every George; Gardner and Misses Lucy P ..

Wednesday! aft,.,noon.. luining, to Narcoossee Tuesday. evening. I a very of ,an popular early recovery.young .....ellsmerpite.I Downingis Buckets and Grace and Gussie Winn. I ; O aA?. A.COLE. f

R. W. Cobb on Monday! received th.'. I arid a valuable attache of Captain La- -. NOTICE.l I t.9-------1.5 ,{ ,

sad news of the death of his brotherChas ,. :blrs. (Leon Ilebb, who has, been attending I Bruce's force. His many friends wish John ;M. Hansell having purchased t t

Cobb ,which occurred' the clay her mother, Mrs. (,. F. Parker, i him a speedy recovery to health and t I>: H. Hall's interest in the garage I R J

previous at his home in Baltimore.I l who for I the pasl month has been dangerously I! an early return to Pellsm.ere. During known as Hansel) & Hall, said J. M. a

I I ill at her home on r>mmettstreet his illness Stanley Bullock and Captain Hansell will pay all bills and collectall

f John .F. Townsend Wednesday of Quitman (Ga.a>ul I,,I' returned to her home at Bar- :! LaBruce went to Kisimmee to accounts' due said firm.HANSELL 'l

1 visited Kissimmee | this week :Mrs. Pa'tker being, visit their stricken associate.-Fells-, & HALL. -;
I i said of all the places he had visited I tow much improved. : mere Farmer. June 19 1 <>13.: 26-4t Nfsti ,

he thought this the most be.uutlful.ra .

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: -, UCE L 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.: 1

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.1 .+ .I . + . . . . . T-R. C. L. HYATT r- NOTICE :

..LJ, Physician. and f I ttArpttv)' ulv"tt 'ttt:: foilowlnHT Q0/ tax"a" lalldll.ik.*rVln 0" ?aet? much oppo.th.ra.NA H6 to ,
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amount.Ju
SurgeonPhones II I Winter Layers .1 ot ... w lib.. iiocoBsary 0" ) I and "dv..rU"tng-m b" old I at public
LewIs O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW. P. SPENCER tll.. !lam.', tOI&"Pt h..r with cost off j'jjj,' ? p. IBIS. In front of *110 Court ftou.eS
'" suctIon on tlw R\"nth: day fo oia. alld, '(tate of Florldn.
Office, 197 Kl8eImineflee. I' I dour' lit 1<188I1nll...... Cllunt)' 0 0 act'I .
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248 ., 'lorid. ...
It is the early spring hatches that' ar.< then turned out for the day 'where bt .. ... j. l

: ' SPECIALIZING IN '. I I give the layers fqr the coming fall I they can, fiid shade,, fresh water pnd \ X m
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ABSTRACT M, RIVERS, M. D. I. and winter, and not he early winter grit, as well as green feed and insects. i"I.. (.I'll..I.N, ()to' ,MNP , -i' : :- < : aft
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I ,. p.. I'and late spring hatches. Many pullets Green feed for these pullets is most .. >. .vllt'r= _,

AND I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, that would begin layabout Novem.her I important. The gras&. around the .- .. -,-- _.-: -- .4v -_ g :, -- ,. ::101 \
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O/lice/ nver. O c'ulli. Pharmacy" are sold on- used for broilers or I yards will not usually be., sufficient, --- -----. _:--=- .

TITLE WORK I I,liONI<:S.- I j-01)ce fle4ldane|... 5:. frycrn during June and July. If these i ''specially, .during dry seasons. One "-:;:-::4 M'oWMS "
f |') MI ,
rnu-V,1d.
STATE SANg BLOa .. pullets were" kept and those from the I 1-uij plant a short row. of sorghum -r 11V S..C.61(1 211 .1 I (.1 Simmons.i I' 16 ,-MmKuhanlis. --- .1'8 p !

earlier or later hatches were sold, -as j once a week during the summer, fund 1 'I :29! i 34 10 \" A_ i 81

+.+- =- !_ o;._0;. _-:- -:-_ .>.*.* *_*:_* W( ,U L. WINN __ ____ alpo the liens over two years old, there 1 so provide tender green feed that the I N\\s-\yi'* of of SVV'j SK'/i: -_-H- -_-.-- --"----- ---'-----------"- 241 S4JII.S 40 40 t'lV'UI'Y/ W HThi'iiH" &---_- S.44 S.18-.

PHYSICIAN" "." --would be more. eggs produced -during'"pulTeTs are--Tomf' br-- Lel" th"j6m ]get j jin j t-r-n "F..i-- ._ ___ __ H___::-__ --..- J;::2' 1: + '60 Knrtlc. n WUnknown ___ 8.88 2.66

1 .... . . .,__. ____ .. ____ ..: _. Ihe winter. and help themselves. 'j jiMits 1'1':',. : ': -- -----------"-.---- -;--. 4 .12 :34 40 --- 4
<-: : :":.: -: .: .: : : : .: : : : :": : : : : : : : Office 2nd Floor Willsbn l Bjjilding.KKHII Tw..ntY-fh'C'1 ;SuVh.fnNi'.Vft.-.l/.illnn.!; ( -- Company! Ii I lat
worth of sorghum ___ ___ __ .1!, 34 ,
: "'>KNCK !'''''N'' KIHHIMMKK.OFFICK Thichickens hatched in January I ni, -- --. 3 1-, :!i4' 40 Soul hern' Colo-
THE i "7 'loO'"A iiifficienl for all il\ I 12 - -- ----- Co. 8 2T
I'l'OMt' and l-Vliruary :.should be used for meat, regular plantings Lots' !1' "') ... z.i.tlon --
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t flock. About _ _
summer for quite a large 1.01
as they are not likely to' be layers I I.i.l i I 17 n Co.

i.:: ManhattanHotel : J i ) K. HEWITT T.l i.OSTEOPATH LICillTSEY; next fall. They )get their growth September ]'r, plant a small patch of i i.fit 1:1: -- -- -- I I' :: .:.4' 21I Soul, In-ill. Colonization Co. 2.01

3 : 1C PHYSICIAN curly in the season ; molt during July 'dwarf Essex rape. Let the fowls l.olH 25 anil, 21------------------- ', I:. :34 4"' :Houtlu-rn, , Colonization Co._- 3.27. f....4

4: and August: ; and rarely lay until January fi-ed on this when it is two or thiee "1. H fuI; Southern.' Colonization '
Residence I Phone 'J7-1 reen" LotB' 21. 29: ami\ 32 ---- .-- - - - - : Co._ 4,62 ,.
inches It will furnish '
Special Attention to *{ Office I Phono !UKKoomn or February when the |5Ptce ofegifs high. ; __ __ ':.. .1. :i1'' iSoutliern: ('.'Io1. '
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v dwlminjj.The feed through the fall and wint..r.After Lot( IM: Iilr.a1lon Co. 2.01

'f : the Traveling Public State Hank::1 i and Blil'g.1 Kissimmee. Fla. is April 1 the price of eggs l-.il !> u ________ __ _ ___ ". :'. .11 211.' :SoiillM-rn,. I : :: Coloiily.alion Co.: .- 2.01

*I* :March and April hatches are f'4'' ) Soul I iiiii, Colonization
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> usually declines and stays low during _ _ I I'' : :
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from '
; Just aurtmsi'" the square .:- AllNW4 un - - Co._ 26.16 i
that will
most: likely to give pullets
[ J.V. SIMPSONDKNTIS1. i most of the summer. The pullets .,. 4" ConsolldalidLand
:I' A. C I. Depot :x: ijli. begin laying in November and keep nf :NWViMO' u _.nU.L I. :: Co.3d : _ 1:78: iid
: nl>ould not be encouraged to lay I h..n.R..duee .
KISSIMMEE, FLA. :: it until March. These pullets will ; of NKVi 1.-..& SWVi of NEVi "fv ....
I I I I up the feed but still feed themi ,.- I.\. i. __ __ ___n_____ --- ---- 1'1 ::1 i;; Tho".soll.\-. _ 2.81

.... ..: -:-:-:-:-!. begin laying before they are old and turn them out to k !SavuKf.1.\ W HSavaxc. 8.IIS
I Upstairs in Kalz liuildin i regularly, ;pit '., "f SW14 .t r .1.1 ISO / -
II all.81'\ :
of :
:K\VV 1-11.,1'4 ; : 1.41IW
I enough to molt. They are not likely : 1 14 2" .1:1: Tt HJohns.
1 \\I 110. m. t1l 12 In I 1 green feed and bugs. These hens, S ',. of N\V'/4 .- 'I.t.I. 2f.1.1 40MI I. S . 464
i OYFwI lIoURsTelephone 1: : r 1:30tQ6:30: : to molt after once starting tp laying, now one old, will molt the econd \v.v or N\VW .. :i:1: i';!> :t3 HOSO Harvey I JStephens ___ 4.64
:: No. 7fi Jun 6..1vrW. ,1 then the weather is cool. They will year N'. ofNXVV :-___ .--;, r"ii2:' .!:! \ l..vm- 4.64
| Telephone Us 1's..aKon about July 15, and will beI N'of:: N\\:1: - ---u.___ __ '. ::11 :!ii:I 40 Thompson.JohnHouthirii 1.1111

:'not| usually molt at any time during I r eady to .tart laying again in Novein- I Ih'4 W.! ... 0 Orf..c.. ,e"uid, I 1-1\\' ,.,... of NW'4 ___ J: i J3i.i : 120SO Colonization Co.. E.24
I R. W. CARSON : and will continue
first
) the year, laying :33 ) .Southern Colonization
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For I r>er. If well handled they \\ II. ..r 'l. ',. - -------- --e- Co. 3.110 _

I DENTIST :. until spring. : I lay throughout the .winter ShOIlI"j \ia' ..r :SIS': ..r ;NK'; : _____.._-_n_ _ ::11. ::13 :3 t:1: 211 I) Soulhrii' : ; Colonization Co.. 164

| Bread Cakes Pulleth that arc hatched in Mayor ; After having laid eggs (

orPies i Office over Cole's Jewelry StoreOffice later will not grow BO well during the seasons the hens should be marketed :South.-in nll.nt Colonization, Company n _ ___-----t_ _____ ::14 3:1:'

I Hours. : 8-12 1-5 :hummer, especially during the season I for meat. 'T'hereis always a scarcity I _ _ _ :: .11' 2"' Smillit i in Colonizit -
Office 158Residence 1 in" u n '
I I If phone : t Ion ( 0 2 01I..ta
of rains and will molt in the late fall.
' 23 1'of poultry meat in the spring, and 2B.' 27. 2S _ _ _n_ I ....4:1.: h" Soul' hi-i" n L'olonlzHtton -
25. : ;
i They will not usually I begin laying "' CoSoul 6.71
Gas administered for extraction of teeth one can sell hens at a good price' 4 .I" 1.I, I IK rn <'itlo-
until :spring, when the price of eggsi th..n. and save the expense. of continued ': l.ntH 27. :11. :32 -- -- .,,izaiiii: I : Co 4 6S

I"i lowest. Lull. 4. r.. I B.;.7. I 11. 13.: 21. 22 - - ,4 : : I II.'.u :-I"I'"I': ): i :n: l 'olo-:
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f [ ) lt. (1.; E. PARKER feeding. It will not usually ; Co 10 83
THE HOME BAKERYJ. I",, :II i : I 2I : I IK I' II I 'olo-
I If the pullets hatched in March and be profitable to keep hens for a thi..ds.'a"on. I."t :III I II1"1,,\ :, .,::,, I l'o 201

DENTISTOKKICK I I April are forced by heavy feeding and Kach enough pullets I 1':4 I : ::1'\i :_II : I, Cnlo-:
H. REED : year I 1./ 22 --- -1"1/1, :: ':: Co: *_ 201
.. Prop. 3
( OVER OSCKOI.A lilA kM AYI kept in small yards, they too will molt should be saved to take the place of | I."t ::12 : H1"1'1:1"" : : I:,: l: (',:.i-:

-----x- :--,...:-:- OUice I Hours.( K:()(> to 12:00:( Noor dUJ'lngAugust and September. In the older hens sold off. ,. ,, lull t 'o 2 01
: 1 "; Si'lll I ) ColoII
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I It. "li.; 7 ami l f s - - - ::
I 1-00( to 5:01)( ( P. M. : ; ;
,. : I this case there is little probability mtheir Without method of idt.ntili-j ,, I/.l I ,Hill ( 'OSouth. I 463
--'- some I : I I .1 II I. II '' I ll ('obou
I I..1 I 12 -oo'
t laying bofoie the middle of Jan- cation it will be difficult to separate i/::I ,lun: Co 2 01
I."I.. I II I I" I I' 2". 21 I I' 1\i I: ; I."'" Siiillln II CuluSuill -
If you want a | ) R. II. S. GEIGER uu\. Hut those spring. pullets, if I the hens of different ages. The best ,u.Ii' 1 t.i,, c": 7 06

rmwiciAN! ANn MUREOI; ,..-|ll thrifty and given plenty of outdo method for this is to use numbered leg- j: I 1."Is L''il.1'. 1 I !'. 20.) Ji 2".. 2.S! :.: .1. I :: I'" ui.iiI.i' I IK I li t*iu ulo-- 12 01
Citizens Bank
BARGAIN in .?- BUildingKissimm..e. / ",, rx-'iriM' \\ith a fair amount of Imml.s and keep a record of the flock. I..its. I 11 I ,,,12"'' f :.: :.1 .: 4" S"'h"' I i II, l 'idoIII ':' -
1 Florida /.it Ion, I Co 3 27
I'fi-d. annot' likely to molt in the firstMi..on. I'll i M method will I I I pay many times Oe rfor \\ ORANGE GROVE Phones : Office 297 or 64 lois 4..1'i' .1 I I II ::1", :\n Itl: '." :.uih.' ii II < '..1-,
the time and of the
A cost: marking I/.ll"lull I 'Oolll 463
.Residence, 2f > 14-lyr The fe<- ''ll. I II 1 'ololil -
land to
or grow ill..n Cu1C 264
i-<]iial parts of corn, grain, and oats fifths or more of the hens in Florida I '7 i I..t 1 .I. __ :: ::11 i ::1.\\ 1\ "",,, C .\ 10M
s.I.I' 1I; __ .: II :Li ]1" 'M."I.| II \ 1 lOs
Oranges and P. A. VANS AONKW w H. ('ItAWroR! gi\en III the morning, with the addition are. more' than three years old. Consequently ii,4 1. I.. 7. 25 :s .11 :)lJ si" .Soul' li. I n ',,10f 1 1I

AGNEW & CRAWFORD of table and milk. The fowls the f Ill/.11, "Ion '" 5 79
is low.
i ncrapK production
VANS egg I I."... 7 mill, 1 2S _ oo 34:11: 33: 4<"> $"uio.Ii|| |, .'01"
nlzatlon,, V. <3 27
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Grapefruitsee ATTO RN EYS-AT-LAW :; : : :; : :- Unl I IIjlllH . - u -- :i.i 34 :3.1 :UM' S.iih.i, ,, Coloni.atlun -
!! .:. .> : .> :. <. < + + + + + <- :' + "good time coming" we quote the I II I I CtiM.iv. 2 01
. 21. 22. 27. 2K . -- ----- ;1:1: ::11 33 ''I'' i i. i M 64'
: BUCKELS Oln'' .*. ..11fi Cltlreiin Unlit Hull.111.n. [ : CHRISTIAN KNDKAVOK: ) < following information hoping that Itt. 17 ._ ___ _u. ____ _ ::11.i :\1 ::13:! 111 :SiIli. ",II, < -ullnlzatlon }-

L J Kissimmee Florid 1-:. I'KKSS: NEWS" <: I all will remember that it is for not 1./. 211 ___ __ _ ___ --_________--_____ 36 :34 33 2I1 ,' tolon CoSoiithirn 2 01
:> .> * > .> -> oQo >00 00 00 >00 00 +: >o. 0- only those that are members of a C. 'i/.a''ion lj., 2 01Soutiri

"" "' - -"" 4 "' II.D.. GEIGER. K. ..society but other good people who Of Colonization_ ,. --__ _CompanVs_ __ _______--IMat___ 35 33 *u

I "II unu", Charity" in the Gazettelast I I will Iots. 1) and 1UI..MH _ __ __ __________n__ I :i.ri 33 40 Sonil., i ,n ColuCo -
I M. TILLER join our party. iir.aihi. 3 1-
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW week was a true example of what I 20, 21. 32 -n. _ _u____ ______ 2 3:. 33 60 Soul, I h.: i i n CuluColo: .
may be suffered by e\en kindly meant Round fare from Jacksonville $ l.tO( nlzatlonSoiithirn <'
1 Real Estate Agency. I Office State Bank Building criticism. I Tampa, $90.10 other points proportionate Lots. 2. 3.10.17 I un:1 37:, 33 80 -
f I ,,1.,11011 I ij., 5 79
: Kissimmee. Florida cost. We leave on the Seminole Lois' 7 and 21 nn _ __>___ __ 4 ;3:. :33: 40 Soul In in I'..1.] ,
I ...mwm..mmvm %m.%..%tt_m m a._ The Ku.stis Lake Region recentlyhad nlziil I Ion, I 'oCulu 327
I Limited at 9 p. m., July 3, from 17 and 32 . .
dome nice items from Mt. Dora, Lute( -----n---- r. ::15 33 4ii Sill I i"' "
I i Realty bought and sold. } G EO. F. PARKER. .Jacksonville. Arrive at Birmingham "'Izalii, CoColo 3 27
one of the wide-awake societies of the I Lots. 2. 32 - ---- ------- -- ., ar., 33 fill(, Suul'tii "n, -
I 4 Houses rented. D 'noon on the 4th, and transfer on the ",'...110", ('o 463
Taxes paid and Titles I Attorney-at-Law. central district. They had a combined Lois' 1 and 2 u. . ___un_ ._ __ 7 :If :itt i:< 40 5.iiii,. ",n' ColoCo -
4 vert name train to the through standard nl/.11 lun :
I social and business meeting __ _____ _____ __ :127
ified for non-residents. Collections and Conveyancing 1.0Ii and I 14 - -- :35 33 40 Soul IllIlllilzallon ColoCo
t, about first-class sleeping coach of the Ala- .
with ,
evening, forty present.
.' Fire Life and Accident In- Specialties. bama delegation. Price of double Lot 1 _________ _____u---------u. 1 II '35 33 20 Southirnnlzatlon C..loJ.ota :327
< -4 ) First came a carefully prepared mu- .
. surance. lower berth .'.___ __ _ _____ : c7.r 2.01Lote
1 II 1 Broadway. sical and literary- program, then re- from.Jacksonville to Los 30 and 32 ---_ - U 35 33. 40 Southern -

4 Indemnity Ronds.uc 'freshments and business, the latter AngeJes. will be $16.00, returning cost 8; 29, SI, .12 -----.-_.. -__._._-...._ 20 ..25 33 SO 80141 nl&.lIoII hernnixnt I Colo-Co.. 3.27-. ,

In._ .... _hF_ __ ... not yet known, as it .d pends on the . Ion Co,. 5.7t r
F. KRiu-us ;:, presided over by; the pastor's wife, lola 8 and 16 *..--.-..-....... or".tfl."' : ,302fi 2S 83 40 j9OUttl4Tlfiliation Colo-
/J. number of sight-Seeing stops made, Co.. S.27 ..
Mrs. George Marsh who is now .
pres- N% of SWli of NKVi' I -8B a strip 110 .
ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. ident of the society.From etc. Arriving in St. Louis early on : > ds wide oT( S BldtHiir __--u---___ 26 35 33 10Vnlkr. .1 J s I.22
; Saturday morning the day will be llo > di "\of I N\V ('or of SW..hf
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DR. WM HARPEROST'EOP4TH
Examination of Titles Mr.I ( K. Wood's breezy paper I NKV: I liii I lln' yds i K 440 yds
a Specialy. I in dsV 440 ,IH! . .. .
I spent sight-seeing and that nightthe ) > -- -- -- 35 33 Ii" 11"/01", II.I .'>;"ah I 1 184 t
Notification and payment of taxes ofnonresidents wa.s al.-i learned that the useful cit- lli-iii ) .\dillHon, B SuhI,1or :.NWVi\ of
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journey will be resumed. Sun- or : ; .
NVi ----------i :s I: :t.iilii :
-- --- --- - given carefulattention. i/.ens of )Kuhtis; Mr. Coffin and family, I l.iilv, 21. L'23.. L'l... L'7 ind ::11 i I to 35 Inc.Nv JI: :i[ :II i II 'il, All.llliOl. , II. ,
I ._ : I day morning Kansas City will be "I 2 34
I had old their. home in that city and : : '4 of sii4 - .1[, :I ;33 I I STECIALIST IN reached where the day will be spent 4 7J
I located at Johnstown, where the Coffins :Si., ..f :NSoulhtlli; \\ '. I Ii i 32 32 oi Soul; h., "n I ..1.! ,. t
CHRONIC DISEASES i in church attendance. Beginning that ,, ..
>AT have started a colony for new set- I .f :7'; 1-: . "nlill' CoSoul 374
I, J JOHNSTON night comes the long ride westward, g." 25 32 32 NO h.; in, c".1-i|:

CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FRE.E A DORNEY-AT-LAW tlt"The: three sons at home andespecially Los Angeles being reached the morn- :; I i c'\I.] \ . M I'lali ni/.alion' CoSuiillii :3 I 74

Miss Ruth State Tenth Legion .I l u. ::14 :32
: KISSIMMEE. FLA I 10-11' I Citizens Bank Building I leader, will be greatly missed in ing of July 9th. Mary) Endeavorersfrom I Ijiit 27Soulhtin u 2 .11 1 :i2 '" in, I '..1.! ,-

r TUESDAYS. THURSDA SATURDAYS Kissimmee Florida other states will be on the train 1 ( '"I'\7.al''\ 'inn C..mlllll'K I'lat II'I 7.11 ( lull CoKoiithi 2 II I jI
.1 the Eustis C. K.: work. Mrs. Coffin
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OFFCE.CENTRALHOTELPHONE westward and the inspiration en route - ;\ir 112
I for I i.i ::12 I 1 1J :3 If. :112
has long been a power in work I - 20 111, Colonization
I will be delightful. Meals the plan
268 ORLANDO FLA I LOUIS Late Counnel C HA8HRY for" T PICTON Judue of WAit the,.ow I the W. C. T. U. in her home town, so "pay for what you order on," can be l.nl.s, 1 II. HI. 2!'l' I '1 I.:. ;.1.1\ .1.0 Sou.l IK; '.i n: < 'olo-Co; 2 (0)

Florida It. K. lomm. Criminal Court it is all-round loss to J Kustis and . iilzallun (joSOUIIKTII 403 0
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an had. on the train. The homeward 1.,1 I ::1" -:, :.1.I:, :/2 20 : :: Colonization ; -

VIASSKY' & WARLOW a gain to our smaller C. K. district, : ; of S or 01 C o 201 I
I I journey will be via San Fransisco and N'j /,, SWVi SHVi and .4KV f
I North-Central in which Johnstown i iK of H.... ".r.SWV. of 8KV: _' .i I' 2', 31 'r
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ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOSAT : Chicago for those who desire such a I SKU of SKUSwT4 - h_____ _ u !1 u, :.' "I'ollm. Mrs, t) II 1.62 ,
located.Mr. of NWV, _ _ _. .1;I : 411 Sulll\ an. WH Jr 2.4N r
S.H.BILLOCKREAL LAW \ - - - H 2: :io3ll 40 .
route. Write to Harhir.v 2'r
our passenger agent i NIOV4 I IBB NM, uf NVi of NW % of NKVd 4 LT.lltH : !F -
Practice in all the Courts of the tate and ol : W. S. Middleton a member of Mr. S. C. Baird 27 Hogan street N'' of' :>ollo.\10.\ of HIS; 14 - .. .:.. 4In ' i 150 11",10.-.: \\' K 20 A6 ,i_
the United Statra. also before the Florida Rail. the from Putnam ',;: == = : I 21:, 20 Tlaon: I. ASulliMiii.WII = 132
legislature county 30'
road Comminaton. and the Interatate Commerc : Jacksonville, for information neededin .'WI",. ..r SKV4"of"sWixt ind"W'V"o, ;; ? 59 Jr 4116 e.
Comrmnaion. llnd allso good Endeavorer of Pomona of HKV, of $\ .
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ESTATEflflSflSSflflSSSSt t the purchasing of round -1':1; : : 15 li-i K. Josh _
11-H ClliKl.KHTOK Bl.lHi. ORLANDO. FLA. trip ;: NKVi - -- :: 19 : : 6 09
-M 1 jrr has at 'last returned home and hisbookkeeper tickets, and sleeper berth reserves in WC,, of SWI* of NWVi of SEVilltK ;: \ .. 11 i I ". 30 I H t. N.KOI..TMOH.- JII! 479
10" |II| T
Miss Edith Krook can 1 70) yds N of HW Cor of N IS 'f 237 r.
INSURANCEExamination the Alabama through coach from Bir :Si 1.1"; inn N 410! fl K 749! ft H 48'sV _
\ NIRK\\) JOHNSON now have her. turn from the steAdy :i2l! ft N 33 ItV 420 ft . h _ . i 2:, IIf, -
.. mingham. Be sure to do this soon if SlllllllllMHdi ",,:
I routine of office work. She contemplates 1 t>25 ft S of NW Cor of SKV. of i w J .176
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW at all. sm: ,. run, S I 1X5 ft K 42O( fl N 135 ft

of Titles a Will Practice in all Courts I a three months' trip North. I It halt been suggested that our stateunion' W ,420 ft - no. :I 7: ;1 Wherever she be Miss Krook is St4.fiiE'.4 .12 .
may n - - - - u u - 'III 40
State and J FederalOrTice have, as most other unions, a KW V. of HW ViVV4 - - .o- n .- :33: 3;5 :3il, 40 Slniinoiis.; AJ 2 06* )
Specialty. I always a worker for Christian En- \ of NWViAll - - _ _ 4 26 ; Hall. Mrs A "A 6.86
I adjoining Broadway banner at the international convention I i-3: of Canal u _ uu hnn 1 If!l 27 30.102V 80 Mall, Mrs A S 16 68
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Citizens Hank Kismmmee.J. 'deavor. and kindred enterprises irt the. I \VV4 of NWVi -- nh : :li i 21 : 320 Hall. Mrs A
what we lacked two years ago .: of HKVi: "f n m ,, XU Iliiiil.-r I Ijinii cIn
Ix rd's service. ) 2
Correspondence Solicited. > for Atlantic City. To get this pen- NW'I,. of NWVi\ N1.'u------------, \ ;; r.i 25 >;j f, 120 10 llunti-r Ooiii-Kan.:Land, Co X*
I Full particulars concerning the itinerary I A K f
nant we have started a "Banner List" NWV of NWVi.. 725 ''',, AntKlild. 1i9h
for those going to Los Angeles NKV, of NWVi ofSWVi .7 40 I II W II_ 5.60
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with the Florida delegation were given fund, asking Young Peoples' societiesto --; % of NKVi.. and, KKVi of N W V4 mid I KW ; 10 Mi'lsniT" MmMJ 161

.1 J.J.V. Thompson I each send noon 25 cents to of SW % of NW'iW I II 2:, 2(1( .
George 130
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in I..tt..rsent: each society recently.But *, r SWV!, .r NWVi andV\ \ ofNWVi 1'1 fi'=l7
Cavanagh, State Treasurer, Box 775, of HW';. II 2' '''i PI'NI
C.W.GRIFFINStaple FUNERAL DIRECTOR I in order that the readers of thispaper Tampa. Junior societies and individual -I'I on.-Kan.: A K. 3.R4

individually know of the
may \VVi of NW >4 uf SW"4All Mary 1.33
i II I 25 h
friends can also contribute. if 29 10
th..ywish I
aDdLICENSED of NW'4 of NKVi: l> fnu i K nf A C lorn-nan. A KK. 1 117
IfK and Fancy .... and if there is anything over 1 J. Ity and l NKVi "f N i'7 \4 1.-H' I I"1'; ; : d
... F H. JCNKINK''' &. .. WaODHAM Cor run W 275 yds S 433 I 1-3: Ml,1 Is i : _
cost of the banner it can go toward 276 )1 18 N 433 l-'l:! \ ilH I :, 2f. .
EMBALMER 29 26 .I. .. ( Mlas Ma.IKI .

GROTRIS J J JENKINS & WOODHAM expense- of decorating the Florida ..11.- NK Cot of NKVi of NKV, i unN __ n_ 3.81
Opposite Courthouse headquarters booth. Please 275 yds 8 433 1-3 yda K 275 y lB .N
I I remember 433 1-3 yds _____ _
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KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. I I SURVEYORSKissimmee to send contributions very soon :-'iI; of NI<;'4 or NW'4 and S1 'i-or Hi! 26 llnchi-ldi-r.I WH 3 2151.r.42V5

II I I O Mr. Cavanagh who is to purchasethe I of\\10. SWVi- -- "- - II"I: 17 16 2.r'''' 29 25 III/( llulrofr.I !. rj-_ ;i ,1,,
Florida >
Free Dclivtry to all Parts banner for us. 40 Ni IHOH Clusman P
I.I.S',, of aVi of SWVi\ of NKVi, - - I 11 25 *'< (". ._ n a.7t ee
oithe City: Christian Endeavorers are .HVi of BKVi.. of SWVi of NRvi I IHUll! 25 2'?7? 10 B '"W".n/C. 8 W LOa
usually ( I
]JI"KSI ')1.- .. : progressive in secular as well as > d"V 2SO yds 14-176 yds K 2KO yds( I 'I 2;, 29 r*
>-: :- >00 00 Oo"G 0+00 0:0 0 0 Ili-K NW Cor of NWVi of III'Jrun S IO \Vclim-r. church work. The Kissimme Valley DO yds"E\J6goKd S 175 yds K 140 N IIn

350 yds - .- -_ _ I 2... adit.
ALL. TAMPA STORES Gazette, of Kissimmee, recently spokeof KISSIMMKK: (1A11DKNHIxit - - 29' 10 Unknown ____ 1.93 '.

+ i ( the success coming farmer 4 Block S n__ in
as a toa -
;:; Nty" of HBVi\ of NKVi - I- _ :I..o 2r, 29 20'. I Ix-Vlnney- C- 1.17
; ; C. E. leader, Mr. C. II. Funk, of of NKVi, _Uh n - -_ _ : nd 29 lliintiT Lund Co 132 Ie'NV'JrI :
f Ii\V1i and l S'of SKVi and 8' 40 Unknown __
hCRAYSTONE : Close of ? 218 .
12 Union Center who
at o'clock
i' every Thursday during actually grows SlJ, of N'4 of SN 26 29 "
t 4: JUNE JULY and AUGUST. onions weighing over two pounds. \VVi of NIlnd, -----------------3)- 25: '.''.1 260 240 ( arson M Au 1230 'or .
PARK nAHf)bNS Caiaun. 1\1| B__ I 10.56 'I'"
{ The well known "Gospel Navy" Lot 7 and Krac SKVi of SWVi of NWli 33 25: 29 ltf ..
:t Lot 10 .', . __ __ SnjdfiA M_ _
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tru AU. iHt$ TUI :: n - :iii3: 25 29 3.06 .'.
'I -- + "Try Trading in Tampa"Ready Captain Rov. N'eil McQuarrie, has a Lot 1.1 - ,_ __- _ :! 25 29 !in 'ct Lot 12 K"V"Iriouiltrs. "
.i : 2.50 to 3.60 per day. :1 t: X new Congregational church in Miami. \I...>t 27 ------------------3.1- -- n - -__._ ____ _ _ .13 26 262I: 29 29 10 10 \ s s__ 1:1: !
: Next there .should be C. E. in it. Loin 41. 42 ,43 _ 4 V'S"w' M-- .
Special by week or month. f to serve you any time except - -- .u h ; 29 30 : 1 90
1 SWVi of SKVi _ IUndlv 4 MCi.arlardrH
:;: ; .o n nnnn 25: 21 40 4.1'
}: Thursday afternoons Grace. A. Townsend. Cart..r D..cn
t. W. TNMIMI. ft.p' L. 0. roam Mgi.i4 Int I In of Uflllty '
: :;: Interlachen 16. Vi SWVi NKVi and NKVi ( 0. __ 1.4'
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of then N. 113' _ ___ 8 I Oreen.M 1177
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Rt of Way td b..___________.______ 11 III JIlt 1 WI1.on MrsNE UIv Seminole"or all FraU except! EyV co., of NE: 117 Seminole. _.___._._____.?__.: 18 ". -

OIH. V -_____ a.11 14 ... nf eanal.and JoJ'oft of BAlya .x. The Lnd'flny Co. Sub
NE 0 f N"'tJ. ___.._________--. 2. III 18 .0 Unknown ____ 1,90 Timber l.l to the KIss11n, IHv of .. 4 1R SO r
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Cor ot Lot / at HW andY of SE",( __ H..s
B..g runW3.1 6oh. as' % % .-? 17
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t.ub..t' __.:.______ 111.0 Cornen..W
mre Company Unknown ,1.01 Lot 70 _. _._ __ ____ 1
S 7.114 cbs then II __ __ .
along I.ct J ___ ...._______..___, 83 E6YA 81 -.1 ? 1.08
N.EUlterlr _____..____._ . _. 11 80. U.kno..n _
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Rt of Way . II Unknown Lot _.__.._ 26 .
3.89y4 chs to 83 18 81 ----- ? ?
Lot 18 _____.:___:.._______ ._ ..______-_ 1.oa 11 ao Unknown __.. 1.08
___ Lot 81 _____ ___.____ __. ___
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Unknown
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,88 16 18 1 Unknown ____ 1.71 a3 '
Bel 83 chi N and Lot 11 _________________-_--.._______ 1.01 . 17 211 ao 1 Unknown' 1.01
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lot __ __ _
8W 00. I' 83 16 81) II Unknown u 10 r- _?.- ------- O'P 1.0'
Lot 18 _ __ ..
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Lot 4 N 11.81 -II Unknown _____ 1.08 ,._____ _. I
of run chs 11! 1.11 ehs 88 211 81 .
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Lot 10 _______..____._-___ ______-_ J.ot fOB .. J7 26' Unknown 1.0' Ii
8 11.81 eh. W 1.11 eh.ito bfllr,.___ 38 '. III as 6A Unknown ,_.__ 1.77 I.nt 22 ______,----.r.r-- .,-____. .a 28 81 6 Unknown _____ 1.08 ---------------1---------s. .
Lot I leas 70 yds N1I! Cor_. 1 U 'I .John.an Mrs.NW. Lot 26 __ ILU : Unknown 1.02Lot26 L'he 1 26s -- -
Ualsy 6.09S4 .::::.-:=i :;;;:;,-:::::::::::;::::-JL Unknown1.02: ISV-of E-f l0r _s.vsaarrr a.xv h lT' 18 ao Unknown h' ,__.. 1.01
'Hre ____ I.oa Lot 111 __ ______ _____________ 1
of NE-and BEye! 'of 6W =_= -an 1180' Clark .__:: 3.9E 13 18 31 i Unknown _- ------- 33)
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\Lot 27 ___________ ______._ 19' 26 Unknown __.
A.. 1.0a Lot IA ________________________ ___ 1
W ye of NW ya of NW y(1 __?_______, 14 III 17 20 Ivey FJ M u__ 4.79 Lot 31 _____ _____ __ _______ 83 16 81 6 8t wart.V 26'" Unknown _. 1.01
SW", of SW _______________ 1.18 "-- -- 3a U'1 10 Bradley J A__ 2.,8 Lot 60 __--_______-----________. JII.
-- --- to III n 40 Unknown u Lots U. 41. 41\\. 111 ________________ )9 18 ao U"known ..._. 1.01
Mary D Morlfan' Sub-Dlv of Lot 1 Unknown 1.03fot Lot 6E un_____ ______________ 1
1 U 211 Lot : C H.__ 1.08
Ii 28.0
.:--------------':'..------ 1 U as I Strlckla.nc1, A J 2.31NARCOUSBES U :::: :::=:::= :::::::::::::::::: U U Unknown .::::: 1.031o Let 97 ------ Land-k---lnv-Col'a 8ub. 11 Kal.h
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Lote 10 and 11. Dlk F _._______n__ Unknown ___h 1.08RUNNYMEDFJ Lot) U ==== ===::::::::::::::::::::::: n.n 83 26 31 II II 2 Tilton 14ron.on.Unknown, U it___n::_ 1.0a IU: Thl).II'.ne and 4 __,_________-__.__-w--.______.________: 2n 20 U 28 an ao 10 Demmon. Eva 1.11' +

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Lot 71 _____ 10 16 20 Slaymaker. 1,71
Lot It Dlk 41 _:n__ ______________ oxlas", J A ____ .78 I.nt 1.11 uoou_ ________. ,83 16 81 II Unknown ----- 1.0' Lots Lots 'a6. and U. Jl _U____.___________________ 20 28 al al 10 Emery, A ____ 1.61Lots
,78dtemler k .8ubUIv 111 I.
Lot \\8Ct :: ::::::::: :::==:::::: talas J A Tho S"'Rlnole Land Inv and 1fl = Ig r1 UlI..ut
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I.ii 1.08 or all except Tlmb..r Lea.e to 4 27 lot lfJ __ ___ ::=::::::::::::::::: 26 cragg:. t:::: Y

Lot 8 Dlk 61 ________________________ ( J a s.a.1 A___On_ n .78 I 4.r00l8hR _Klssltnmre_ _ _ _ _ _Luml..r_ Company_ ___ 4 27 il I S Ch..O 1\1__ .88 J17 Land. ________ __ 20 16' al i .. __._ 1.01 1 1Thr

1 /ilk 61 ____________ '' nn.n 4 27 31 Ii Ilnlyd J n__ __ .88 deminoln &. Inv Co.. Bub1)Iv -
Lot Unknown ___
---------- un I.ot 11 _ __ __ __n 26
Lot 8 Blk 71 _______ ______________h Oala.. J A _ n Lot 4" _ _nnn_ _ _ _ _,______-- __--__ 4 17 31 6 Unknown __on .88 of al except NW'A ", __ 2 20 10 Rlchards. V 1..1

Lot.9 Blk 77 ____.__________________ Hunt M L _n .7K'1 Lot ft1 _- _ __ -- ___ _ _______ 4:7 31 6 Unknown _____ .88 Lots 1 19 _un---- I 2 ao I __ 1.08
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- - .88 ____ __ _____ I
Lot 6 81k 9a ___ _n_ _____________.__ Hunl. M I. ____ Loot 810!' _ _ _ _ _ __ ____ 4 27 31 6 Unknown _____ lot Hunun 2 Y0 Unko..n
Lot 4 Dlk 108 __nnn______ _______ 1II1II"r. U __ __ _ 1404 744 EI 6 Mahoney.: ,{ : .88 Lot n 1\\ I: 80 6 Ukase _::: U:
: H 6 John.on =:: :.8q hot ====:==::===:::==::====::::::: ;'nD
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Fla. Agricultural Co" Sub-DIY of_ ::12 25 31 lot 76 _= = = == = = : == == =:= :

Lot 1 ____ __ ___ ____ ___ __nn_ __ 32 26 at 20 J.I\'<'rmor... E E JO.06 4.018, K" _ _ _ _- _ _ u_ __ ______.___ 4 27 31 6 Unknown __n_ .88.88 1.008 lot. 4:6 -and_ _67:8= : : :: : If Wood. _:::: Uf

FIll. Fruit &r Truck Land Co"s 8ub-Uly. IAt 8' __ __ _ nunn__ >__ _n_ 427:11: Ii Iluhham C Eu 28 Unknown

Lola 11. U. U. It Olk D ______nn Hi 26 27 40 Fla t & : Land 4,22 he Sominola n Land & Inv Co. Sub- I.ot lout :: ====::===: =:=::::::::::::::==: U i6 :g Rated, L __:::: UII t

IIh' or all Timber Lease to 28 30 Carenn N

Lots 11 anod 18 81k 0 __ _________n___ 26 25 27 20 Fla1':' & TLand lNelrn mre Lumber Company _n___ 6 27 11K 31 6 Rogars S ..88nt I I.ol I.ot l r4 ==:===,-.::: =::::::-__:::=::::::: H Pe 30 : WldrtsheK.: Ii 3:: UI
6 27
C _ 2.U L 11Imt _ _ __ __ __ ______ ______ ao 6 Yl 0 E____ 1.0'
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I I'i 17 31 6 3lelaughllllEL .88 1.)1 __ __ ___ __ _______ _____ _ ___ 2
WHITTIER 20 ___ _ ____ __ __ 11 ao Chadwick 0 D 1.08
-- -- -- -- __ ..88I __ ________ ___ ___ 1 I
Lots 6 and 6 Ulk 17 ________________u I..nl..r. J U- ___ 1.08 I I..t 24 _ _ _ __ ___ __n___________ 6 27 31 6 "1'ra.ler L n .88 The Land & Inv Co"_SubIHv
I Dlk It ______ __________ G____ 1.08 ________ __ 6 27 31 6 Na... A ---- -- S.mlnol. -
Lots 1 and l.anler. J Lnt 4a ____ __ _ --__ _.....___ _____ .88 or All ___ ______________ ___ __ 21 ao ,
Lots 7 and 8 Dlk 11 ______________ --- Mercer 1. 1 n 1.09 1..1 8:1: _ _ - _ --- -_- --- _____--_. 6 27 31 6 Unknown ____ .IIM Lola and 28 _____________a.___ II 18 10 10 Moor". F D___ 1..1
Lot 9 Dlk 11 nn______________ 1II'rc'r. I F-- .78 I Lot 60! _ _ _ __ _ ___ n--oo- 6 27 31 6 Unknown 1 nn 26 80 6 Unknown ____ 1.0'
6 27 31 10 Addle. E __on 1.82 Lot M __ _ ___ ___ __ _____ ___________
KISSIMMEE ARK 1.01. 71 and H ____ ___ __ _____ _____ __ .BAS Lot ] _ ___ ___ __________ _________ 22 28 80 I Walker. R J__ 1.08 4
Lola 1 and 2 Olk 6 __ nn_____________ lit Est3'. Y __n_ 190 Lot 7n _ _ _ ___ ___ ___ _______ 6 27 31 6 unknown n__ .88' / n Unknown

Lot. 11 and 14 Olk 12 ____________._ III 1'"lon. H __ __ 1.8'' hot H2 _ _ __ _ ___ ____________ 6 27 81 6 Hanson J John Lot Lute ; -and. 44- =======::::::::::::::: n :26: ::8 1: Livermore. E H Uf

__ __ ___________ _.___ 21 Wells W G__ __ H I.ntn and 6 31 Ig Mark. tt.W U 22 80 20 Austin.8c__ 1.7'
: H hole ________________
40. 41. 66. 730 '
Lot 85SI Ulk 11 \ : :: IKI 1\ := =:= =: :=:::=::=::: 6 E1 .r i
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____________ u Y'6 N'we I.Mra WR'a I (ii )' and -r-- I.ot 66 ___ __ _________________ 22 2 ao II Unknown ____ 1.01

Lot 6 91k 16 ________________________ Vo..nln". J 1'1... Srmlnolr Land 8t Inv Co. lIubIIh' : 1.01 74 unH_ _ __ ________ _______ __ 22 26 ao 6 Dorman l T__ 1.0a
Ii Olk 18 ___________ Hurrah to' 0__ 2.61 all Tlmbpr Lcaan to u Y2 ao 6 T 1.0a
Lots 1. 4 and u 15 or .xct'pt 9M _ __ _____________ 26 Davis. ___
Lot II Olk 16 __ _____ ___________ 6 lirwughton CE 1.17 lhr KINeimmee I.umb..r Company__ 6 27 31 'nknowl1 .88 1.010 108 and nn 126_ ____ _______________ 2 ao 10 Wood J F___ 1.4 I

Lets II acid It 131k II _____--------- 10 Taylor 11 Y__ 1.90 Lot 21 _ _ __ __ ___ ___ ______ 6 17 31 6 { -_-_-_-__- .8H Lot 116 __________ 22 26 81 6 Wood I B____ t

Lots I and 4 Dlk U _____________uu 10 Wrlle. W U____ 1.90 1..1 2i _ _ _. ___ ____ _ _ ___ 6 27 31 5 "Unknown'olf... G _ ..KMI I...' nnnnn_ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ 2 26 6 Land. A.___ 1.08
Lots 7. 10 11. l'li Olk 26 ____________ 14 Lincoln 9' A__ 24H 1..1 42 _ __- _ -- __ _- __ _-_ /I 27 31 6 6 N'rtteletn I A .88I.oI duminolr n> &. Inv Cn.s Sub-
11 Blk 21 ______ 254 VanAukrn; BA .88 Loll 6 n g : : .f : I 'h. Lald
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Lot' & Inv Co. I :: 47---------------------------= _ : : : = = = 16 6 Ilamlllon .88 IIv or all 'xc"pl NE34 or SWS4except
1 andNEy 1. M 1.82Let Lraeo to the KI..lmI. -
llvSof N1115h and I EIi, or SEVV Lute 72 'Lond 73 : : 27 31 1 0 r. 'k''w = == : . Tlml.r 27 26 -
.88I.01 . lumber Com
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or NEY "C NW'A, and 8'i or NE'4 i1. H E .88hot 28 26 3J I' _--_ 1.08l.l '

"r NI'P4 and S' "r N\V'4 and NE to'1 : .. === === === ==:=::=== =:= 6 6 27 27 31 31: 6 5 Marshall.9ciIrn A := :.88 I ::: N = = = = == : = = = = = =====:::=::::::=: 23 26 Irk ..J .f 1) 1.02

4 or tI"'ly nod NW 4 of NW" lee =__ 6 27 31 6 \\Orl"hl. J 1 10; _ .88 Loll U ______ __ _ _________________ 23 26 30 6 ____ 1.08
_ _ _ ______ ____ 23 26 30 6 Unknown ____ 1,08
bra N\\ ,'or 'UII tI 97'9' feel E 600 _Lit 114 n hot 31 ___ _ _______ ______
ft. N 979 flV 1000 CL _ _ _ _ - uI.0.t 26 31 TI,,' I'Il'ml"I Land II Inv Cue Hub1.1 Lot 46 >hnn__ ______ ____ 23 Y8 30 6 Buton. J' P__ 1.08
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29 __ - __ _-- _ --_ _ - -- 6 26 31 G IInk"o"n .__ 132 \ of nil 1..1. "xc"It. TimberL.o.e. 1..1 b0 ____nnnn ___ _un__ 3.26 80 6 ____ 1.08

Lute 24 -and 26 _ _ __ _ nn ___ r. 2i 31 10 Blulch. A M.00" 21M I '' 10 the 1..lIn..1O" l.umherI. 7 27 31Lets lot 62 ______________________________ 28 26 g" 6 Ilknowl ____ 1.08 ft

bole 38. U. 59>> _ _ __ _ _ __ r. 26 ::1I 15 1Innd.-re., : 3U61rote :" ".a'an ) ; == = = ===:: T 27 31: 35 Seminole Land Lot 63 __ ______________ _ 23 26 : 6 ---- 1.0a q

4K and 49_ - _ _ n_ __ __n_ 26 31 10 111er, .1 : 2161.nt. fi2. -64.fr.-6:6'i, : & In\ Co.. _ 8.78 Lot 64 __ _____._L____________________ 23 241 26 30 I 6; I< r..nlu>rl. E L 1.08

rol and 62 - _ __ _ _ _ __H ___ 26 31 10 Hllfll e. II IL== 2.19hot 7 27 ::11 n ltnan. I------.MM lout fi _-- __a__ ___ _____ __ ___________ 23 81 6 Unknown --- 1.08 ,'
132 __ _ _ __
r. ; al 6 Unk"o" _ _ Lot 2:. _ n 23 26 6 Unknown 1.08I.
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Lot 64 _ = = = = === ==: == r. 2', al r. 1'"IOIO\\1I _ 132 lot :I' _ _ _ _ n__ 7..17 ::11 r. 1'"kll.\\11 _ .MM Lot _____ ____ ___ ___________ __ __ __ 23 Y6 3" Unknown _--- 1.0a'
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Lat:: 6u; = _ = _ _ _ -c----n r 2"" 31 r. t'ulutuwn - -- 132 Lot 42 _ _ _ __ __ __ 7 27 :II. r. l'"k"o" _ .88 Loll !I'I _--__-- _ _ __ ______ __ ___ 23 28 81 6 lairs. F _____ 1.08
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'11, Seminole J..nd & Inv ( 0'8 but N4! -_ _uu_ _ _-_ 7 2 ::11 :. 1'uhnuwn _ - .HM Lot 101 nun __ _ __ _ _ _____ __ __ _ 23 26 6 Unknown _ 1.03L

Dlof KH: of NKJi andVV4 or Lot !901 00 u 2. ::11, r. I'"known _ .MM l )06 ___ _____ __- -_ -- 28 26 80 6 W tX:
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of Lot u
NK.U; and SE-14! of _NWU' and SVn _ _ 27 ., -- 1 nknown - - .-8 1.0.1 1007 __ ___ ______ ____ : 1.OS.
or \ and S',4 __ n ___ -- 26 .n.'HO Lot 121 H Loll __ ___ ___ : :t 30 6 toknown n ,
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:: NW' __ 10 Smfth. I. C 2.19Lot /L. SruWtolr Laud, & 1Co.. .. SnbII1 I'M 23 3u A ___ 1.61
und _ _ _ __ _ 7 6 31 - (I. ,4N and _ nn .nn_ __ n_ I"VII.
1.,1N:t0 I _ _ P_ _H_ nu u _ _ __. 7 26:11: 6 floes. II _ 132 I tlr all 1..p'l rxcrpt 1'lml.rJ. M 27 :31 I II. I..' 117 - -11_ H - Huu_ __ 23 2t ::1 / ____ 1.03
_ l'UNhllnlll. !b1,81. 21M J.I to llte KIM.lrn".e Lumber 1.:0. 23 26 Unknown __ 1.01
_ _ _ 7 26; 31 I" nco 1'nluluwn _ .8H Lot 122 n
3
huts .11 turd 63 - uu _ 1.32 __ _ _ ____ _ _ ___ R 27:11: n - uunnn 23 26 3" 6 Unknown __ 1.08
_ unuu __ _ 7Lul 2t ::1I r. I'nkuown n Lot 12 u K 2. 31 6 Unknown .HM ., 124 _ __ _ _ _nnn__ u '
1..1 6. __ 6 11"I.no": 1.32L..U.M Lot 17 _ _ _ __un _____ nn Srnlinulr-Lind
_ _n___ 7 2":11: u : 5 I'nktown ..MKI & ) nv Co.'s 8ubI -
62 ....d. _. _- -_ _ _ -_ _- _- _ _ __00 7 2." ::1I 10 1-1.)01. I' <: n 2191.rt Lot ::19 _ _ __nnu _ _ ____. 9 8 27:11 27 31 Vtok: tow - n 88L.t 1"I 11.f all xe..l TlmlHr Least on

79 __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 7 2'': 31 6 KIrlt .Lunt. lit 1S 132 I Lot::: 418 - 9 27 31 1. 1'nitnown:: : : ==== :814 I. I. (th.. Kls.tmm.e Lumber Co__ 2t 2A 3U 3"

h4 _ _ _ nn __ _ __ 7 21 Io 31 6 Unknuan - 132 4----------------_ K 27:11: f. l'nknowlI -n_ .88Lol 1.01 2 __ __ ____________--_ 6 N..b..t- C__ 1.0a
_ _ _ _
1.0' 95 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ u __ _ 7 2t 31 6 Unknown n 132 Lot 43 _ . _ _ __ 8 27:11: r. "nk".wn __ ..R8I. l.l, r. _ ___ __ __________ ___ ____ 24 26 3" 6 ____ 1.08
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Lot 182 3U
24 211 6 ShudlRm. E __ 1.08 '
al r. Unknown -- H - - -- - ..8MI. Lot 2" _____
93 __ ___ _-- ------a-- .7 2" _ K 27:11: 5 I'nkll"" nn - - nhnnn
I.t ;96 -- - -- _ - n 7 26, ;91 r. l'nkuran n 132L"te Lot' H. --_ :81 r. \'lIkll.n n_ ..KMI. I Lot 21 _ __ _ ____-'-nn------ 24 26 30 I Unknown ____ 1.01 .
Lot _ ; 31 144 K'H'\ II 3nI. Lot H _ H _ ..KHI. Lot' 2" ____ 24 2t :lO Unknown ____ 1.08
!I.. 112,, 183_ 12M _ _ -- -_ _- -_ -_ -- 7 7 2'210 ::11 r. 1'nkuow II 132; I..., 47 u' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _______ '8 2.:11 27:11:: C.r. Unknown linkno" _.n n __ .M8' L..' ::12 ______________-______-____ 24 26 3" 6 Unknown ____ 1.0&

Lul 1".4 H _ _ ___ __ _ __ _ 7 26 .31 6 l'ukmwu - I 132'I'h I.,,. 4\ u _ un. _ r. lJnlno'n .MM Lot 43 24 26 30 6 Uknowh ___ I.oa
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Lot: 1.1" ". Lund II I"v 4'00 .s Sun I.,00' 49 _ u __ .u K 27:11: '. I'nlouox" n n ___ ..M Lot 45 _ _ nnn_______________ 2 28 30 6 Lnudlow. E S __ 1.08
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J : all except Nth or N\V'4 ____ _ I' 2t :31I,1 Lot 644 - _ _ _ __ __ K 27.:11: .' l'II\.lItI"\ io 00 __ .981 Lot .6 _ nHn_ _____ __ ______n ____ 26:1: 6 Unknown ____ 1.08 '
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18 -- _ __ un__ __ Ih 26 :31 r. SU ,a.1. IS; Mn 117 Lot r.2 __ _ _ n __ ___ M 27:11: 7 1'nknowio, n _ .88 Lot 81 __ __ _n __ _______._____ _ _ ___ 24 28 3 1 Unknown ____ 1.0' '

1.441, :.I.t _ _ _ __ __ _ IK 26 :II r. I'huit. It A _ 117 l I.,04 r.\:\ _ __ __ __ ___ _______ _ K 27:11: :, 1'lnown" - - ,MMI 1.01 M2 __ _ __nnnnnn _ 24 2/ Unknown n_ 1.0'
I. l 'l9 r. 1'nlonown, I 117I. but f.4 _ u _ _ .$44 ___________ 24 80 6 Unknown 1.0a
7 _ _ _ - Ih 28 ll: "_ 31 I .. 1'u4( I oow n, Lot h4 nnn
1.t, 96 1'1'-- I 117 ... ... __ __ 24 2f311'; 6 Carv n J ____ 1.01
_ I' 241: :'ll r. 'Il 11I1" r. I 1.0,3, rn .... Un----- r "I'ultow. a .89 Lot !I.I __ _
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1.1 1"11 H __ L" 3lathrwa. .\ Ii'$"' but C.7 _ _ __ __ _un. ..1.h {... !I. and 24 2t .30 6 ClnKerman. SO 1.81 (
123 _ _ _ _00 Ih 26 :81 __ K 27:11: 'f Vnl.Ir.nn\ .l.
nod _ __ 11Y-------------------
11M 1.17 24 26 80 6
I."' -- I9 26 at 6Vnldun. C- I..' (.9, 27:11: r. 'I'okuowo. ./9 Lot 1.6 _ _ Ir.WH 1.0'
1.t 12N -- -- --R : Lot 644 -- - - - --- - -- _____ 24 26 6 Rchol.k. __ 1.03
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1.01 114
+ '1'01:, Srntled. ,' land & fl 0.1 1 . _ _ _ _ __ .4 27:11: 5 1',1"\1'' nun -".-- 24 80YO .. JL LOa
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__ _ __ ___ 2" 31 Ii 1I1111..II"h" Lumber Co. :
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1.1 : n. ]18! 2t ::1I c., I'nkooau r - 1":1I. : I I.. SrnloIr, I"and h In" Ca.8,. 8! _____ ______ _____ _ _ __ ____ ___ 26 26 I S.n\lnole land
I.,, 11 I _-_ _ 2":11: r. t'knwl,, ", 1"3I. I l of ill :oo3' I'fn:: ber: L n N. U 31I. & Inv Co. __ LEE
_ Ii' : : :: : : __ 27 .
I.", ::1 _00 I1! 26 ::11 r. IIIIUIUau; - 1 14:3 Ito 1 I9leelnllor' .umber, CunpnnY N 27:11: r. (I'nluowu. - -- ..8RI. Lot 22 ______ ___nnn _ --- 26 461930 6 Unknown __ 108 rj

."., 4 :: - - Ii' 39 31: r. 'lIlo''WIi' - 1 :1 Lot I _ _-nn------ y 27:11: 5 K, ,, \1os, B It ..KMI. 1.., ,7 __ _ __ _________________n__ 26 26 10 6 Unknown _n_ .
1.,1 44 .u :31 r. t'oWuwu, - 103L"I Lot 1 _ _ --n--r------ 2.:1\: r. I hulk.-n.I . C IL ..88bLotut ., h4 26 26 6 PlI.ron. J M.t _
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26; 31: r. { --- n:1I: C. t'uko44wn I h7 and !
65 -- - Ii' St 1 03Wr0Wr0 _ _ _ _ _u_ !U t n I --00------------------ Y6 230 10 ell. F K_ __ __
2fi I$1$ 6 .rnsou" A : : 7 2. al r. 1"klltlWII: .M8$ Luis IIU 122 _ __ __ 1.8
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76 : ;: : : l44a ] Lot 110 - - ..MMI. Unknown __ .
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6 I 00
19 2 6 81 __ i' 2. 31 6 LTllklltl""n - -- 1 -
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lot 944 _- Ii' 2t ::1I 6 1'"lo"1":1, : 1.01 2r. 00 __ __ !4 27:1\: \ r. B""j.III.. 1' JII ..MMI. I'I\:or All __ On _ _ __ __ __ ___ 226 30 I
Lot 'I _ 10.1"Lot : 1.11'' 2'', _ ____ 2t 26 30 Barnes. H 0__ 1.81
II' .; :$$1 r. 1'"kllll\\11 n __ __ :. 2.:11: ii 1'lIkllown( .n__ .MML..I : _ _ __ __ __ nn /
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- 1443Iml 26 23U Hall. M B____ 1.08 '
but h2 26: :'t r. Itukuoau; p -- 0.401 :I" 2.:11: 6 1'"kllowlI .811 __ ____ _____ /
I$9 _ _ __ __ it - -- -- --
;90I W 1'__ 111:1I. : I :II __ on _ ___ 26 2t 30 Stewart D 1,0'
2":11: r. .lonrx ,. 27 31 6 l'nkuawi' .K8 \ I M.
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1.24
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Lot ___ .
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31 6 - - r. 1',1"0"'
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Inv' or .all x""I" 1'1\\1. of SW',. and but r.4 . -- - - - "7 31 5 I tlnknown ( Lotfl ___ nn_______ ______________ 8__ .
or :-1'; '" nod 1 3K',6 Lot 92 up i: :: :::: :: = == = J 26 230 6 Unknown ____ 1,08 '
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.... I .44 unrl ..IIII""I_ _ _ -_ _ _ -_ -_ -_ 20 26; 31: 6 rilkirm II <-'-_ 1.03 1..1. 71 .",,1 74 - -- _ _ _-_-__-__-__ ______ -__- e 17 al 6 Unknown __n_ .18 Lot 76 _ n _ _._____ ______________ 80 6 ___ 1.0a *

Lilt 3 _ _H_ _ _ _ __ __u_ 20 2h 31 5 I'uc-Kett, JV__ 1.03 1.03 lot i7 _____ nn. ___ U 27 31 6 UllkllUWI' ----- .88 lot 7M ______n______________________ 26 28 :6 80 ao 6 Sherman. J 01.0E M._ 1.08

Lot 7 __ _ _____ 20 26 31 6 Unknown ----- 1..u---------------------------------- 27 31 6 Unknown ----- .88 Lot 97 ----------------- ------ ---- I Cannon
_ _ _ __ _ -- 1.03 ___ ________ ------- 26 26.0 1.0a
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Lot 42 -- - 6 Hhlffer. O C__ Lot 79>> : -- ---.- March. J.----- 1.a21 Lot III ... : r--_
_______ _ 20 26n: ___ 9 27 81 10 -- ------- ---?---- --
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Lot 411 __ _ __ ___________ - 81 6Vllle, A a __._ 1.03 1..01. 82 alld' 96--------..____ 6 Unknown ,; .88 I IIot lot ---- 16 26 80 II Unknown .--- .OE
_____ .________. ------ 20 26 1.03 _______ __ .. -- ---. II 27 al --- 11 --- -------?-----. -. --- 28 26 SO 6 Unknown .08
Lot 611 ______ -- 6 Brown S ----- Lot tl8 _____ -"- -- Unknown ____ .88 Lot ... .. . ....
20 26 31 81 ------ - ---- -
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101 -- : 9t'_____.,_..__ . .. ...._..i_nr.041... 26 16 ao 6 DOep. 0 W---.03
.Lot -- & Y--Cu'n Sub i 21. 81 1\\ Unknown _. .88 lot 111 --- --.--... ...---
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Tha i i Lot 118 ...._-____-?.." s 6 Unknown ., .88 lot 124 16 22 30 6 Unknown ____ '
Tlmber 9 21 31 ---'------------- -------- .03 -
to'r..eti except", ... +.. ...., 216 10 6 Davl.. 0 W .
all lot 114 _.____... r eola4!+/n'4a+w r Unknown lot 126 _
87 31 .: --------------- ---------- 1.08
lieaee0to the_ Klsalmmao__ ____Lumber______" 21 '26 31" 1.03 Lot-96 98 .:::---l..r::::: ':::::=.-:::::::::: ; 27 31 2 .Unknown ::::: :U : Lt 117 ________________,____________ I. 16 10 6. Unknown ____ 41,

Company n :: ::_ _______ __ 21 26 31 II Unknown ----- Lot - -- 9 27 6 Unknown 1'Itc Seminole l..and &. Inv Co" 8ubIir w
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t Lot 12 - 21 26 31 6 Walton 103 Loot I : n---------- := == : ======::=:::: 27 5 Unknown ,88 or all f'XC"I)1 'lmb..r Lca.t on i 1 11'y

Lot 1--------------------------- JI\ J b 31\ 6 Unknown ---- 103 Lot __ __ _ -___ !O 27 9l 6 Vnkno"n _ on .KM and 1;% oC Wto, the KI..lm- .

Lot 31 up_ Jl J6 31 6 Cnkuoan nn 1..1116 _ _ _ _--_ ,__ ___ __ !O 27 31 5 Unknown n__ .88 ).uml.r "omp..ny _____ nn__ 27 26 80Lute
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Lot 46 Srntlncl.. Land p & .... but but 126 12K _ _- _ _- ____ _.n _ :-__- __ U 2. 31 r. Unknown - ..881)o. 7. 10. 23. 26 __ _ hnn ____ 27 26 30 20 VanSyckle. AM 2.7'
27 26 30 6 Unknown
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or Lote 3. .. Sr-min01 Lund. & 4' --------------00----
Ifv. of S'j ,' L. TIIIII..r. L..e to Lot' __ __ _ _ _ on 27 26:10: 6 Macrmbeq C L 1.08
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!Lute i; 6 and 7 "Lu'Jo7"V; '.:, ' r-: 2'. 2h 31 103 ofV'4 exerpl. Lumber 1 Co. _ __ _ 111 27 31 pmt Gt - uU _- -_ __ - _-- ___ 27 26 30 6 Summers. C J_ 1.08 '
n
.' Klenlmmr0 J:'i J b 31 I Ijr G UnknoM - - 161 LotI. JoH..ln" _ _ _ _ ____ _ _ I" 27t1 6 l-nk"uwlI nn .MM Lots t and 76 _ __ __ __ __ __ _ ___ 27 26 30 10 Each"r. M H__ 1.11

Lot 38 _ - 26 31 10 CtmniberlainCLi 103 6 _ _u_ _ __ _ __ 104 27:11: r, l'nkn..wlI "-- ..MMI k4! _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _.__ - -- 27 28 31 6 Unknown ___ 1.0'
Lots 4ll and. 41 J5 26 31 G Unknown - -- 1.0,3 11 - u u 10 31 5 t'nkn0.wu 9 I.. KK _ _ _ __ _ _ ___ 27 26 6 Unknown __ 1.0' +

42 - ,- -- 2G 24 31 G Knapp. 'F OUlUKlllB __ loa I Loot:: I}. _ _ _ _ = := = ==== = : ==== =: -: H 31 5 414J1r. I. I3 === :.8 4.0.1 914! - __ _____ __ __ un n____ 27 26 30 6 McNeu. 0 A__ 1.08
Kl 61' - Lot d l0 27 31 6 Low. \Irs N E__ ..HMI. ___ ___ 27 26 30 10 H C__ 1.81
1.1t1l.1 & III" < SuhPlv _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __n I.us loll and I"M) unnnu Joeb..l
Nontlnuir' ;"fexcept Lot IM: III) 27 : 6 'nkwlI n__ .HH _ _ _ 27 30 ____ 1.08
..r :'1:1'4: and! N'.. HI'; Sa 4a _ _ _ __ __ _ _nn :11 Lot 116 - - n 21 I
"r HK'a'Tlmli.. loser. to Til.. Kl".!l.nmee Lot LOIN r.:1: and, I 6u- _ _ _ HuU_ __ III) 27 II) 1 I'I..r..un. Alts It 132.KM LIt 112 _ n __ _ _ _ 27 30 I Unknown ___ 1,0EThr ''
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'. llS > 26 26 31 1113 _ _ _ _ _ 10 27 31 6 l'nkIlUW" -- S,'n11noh & Inv 1'u.'e lIub-:
Lllinli., .I11\1" 26 2h JlJ6 r C C-- Lot 711 _ _ _ ___ 10 27 31 6 {'nkwlI nn .MK I Inlld 28 26 80
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Jb _ _ _ _ _ _ _ n III -- Loot 1M -00 - __ _ n 26
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544 1.441 Ilia) _ _ 27:11: red. I I.n _ .KM _ 2M 80 II Unknown ____ 1.01 ,
_ _ f I lot 23
Iv _ _ _ 11 - - - - -
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:': .; ,.a \ \\ Loot 121 _ _ __ - - -1)) 27:1 r lnkl"w" n but, 29 _ - - - __ nn _
30 6
2M 26 Palmer H H__ 1.08
SubIh .
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... ( "'- Nayo. I, Lot 37 ____ ;
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51
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or NW.. - - -
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m. 27 2h:1I: r. - - H _ _ =___ 9!I 2t 31)) 2U 1"Hmol'VA Lot 91 1 - - - R
Lot 20 27 26 31 6 1'041, kor J 1:1--: 1.03 l.uI 27. 3& 43 and - --- 2t 30 6 Jnhncon 1:10--: 1.82 I.ot - - 28 26 80 1 C__ 1.0'

4'i p 2n 1tHN. W0'___ 2.76Lu1N 47 -----------------------------.4- r. __ 112 - 28 26 80 Unknown ____ 1.01
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Lot
27 2t __ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ 26:11 UlkIlO" n 132 Lut 1"4
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fit bJ li7. .8 27 26 31 4 Pat k.r. A ---- 1.03 Lot 61 93. 114 _ _ _ _ n _ _ 9 2t 3u 21 llnntrr. J C_ __ ,Loot 106' h ___ _ - u ___ 2M 26 30 6 Unknown ____ 1.0' -

Lot 64 27 2'; ft1 r. Unk.\\'n ---- 103 1.03 1.0' 67. 7M._ _ _ _ _- -__ __ ______ 9 2t 311 6 Unknown n__ 132 Loot _ n _ _n _ - n_ 2K 26 30 I'i Unknown ____ 1.08
Lot 82 27 26 al 6 "'''MI'r. n 1'_ __ 111 - _- -_ _n_ __ _ __ !0 26 30 6 Lnklown ._ ___ 132 12 and 125 28 26 30 10 Itounserell. AP 1.61 t
_ _ _ _ n - - - -
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1. 11IOThr0hr Inr Co .N Sub4 1.01114. Laud & Inv ._.'D_ u.. I 1MI\t:,::,: : _ : = = : = = : 26 t o 6 Unknown ---- 1.03
Srmlnolr ] .uud IV 'I'h. S'mlI 26 30 I _ _ 2" unKnown ____ 1.0B
nod I 101 .r and ______ II L ut 124 _ _ _ _ .
4.6 or
t Plv ..r LOIN I. 2. 3. Plv or tll,4 NE.. 1E1 26 30 6 Lnkno"n 142 _ 2K 26 31 6 L B 1.0a
S11''f N\1'\19 exerpl! 1..162 _ _ _ _ _ _-- -_ 11 -_-_ Loot 12M _ _ _u _ u Ilmpkln. 1
N; 11'4. 'nod L.xsr t.. h ;Kfnnhnm.'r l 1..1 pH HU_ _ _ __ ___ 26 30 6 Unk'w"n .n 142 '1'1. tI'mln"l. Lard &. Inv 1 o.'e Sublots '
Tlmber 2", 2 6 ::11I. 103Lot S0mtnnlr hud' & Inv Co--n Subfnv of Ey1 and SW'4 "r NN;
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4 1.ul11l. 1'uutp''n3' 2" 26:11: C. \J1I1..w", u IIy; : ; of N'4 __ : 30 ; .... w r
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K _ Pa; 2.:11: r. l'nk""wlI - .03 fin _ _ -- _ __ 2t 30 6 Unkno"n ----- 14I. S\4 Cu. _ 29 26 3n 4 til
!44 2"' 2.. ::11 r. Unknown ---- 103 Lot ------------------I 1 2t :ll r. 1441180.. J n _ 132 _ _ 29 28 30 6 Runch H J W 10S '

1.o t- 2"' 26; 1I: 6Lut Ullkn -_ _- -_-- 1"3 I..' 76 Ka and I 94 _ _ _ __ II l 21l II Saunn l'nkuawn---( 'nlg. Cn_ 132I. 1 Lot l.at 69 II _ _ _ u 2! 26 30 6 Smith. I C.___ 1:0a:
2:1: '" al r. Unknown u 1".11 II :;
210 103 114 _ __ -- _ __ al r 1.32 The S'mln"le Lund &. Inv Co' tluh-
34,3 21 _ 2'1,,2' 210 31 r. Unk.n -- -- 103ZG Loot - __ -_ _ __ n____ II 2t al 1'ukuuw n - I lily or 1:54, of",,; '4 and Lot 4 32 26 31I.

Loll 2C. :21' 2t 31 r. U"k..wn -- - I 03 Lot Lot lt _- -_ _ H' _- _ SubIlly I : l'rnhoou, - 132 Lute 3a. 4h. 48. 64 _ _ ::12 26 3' 20 Mllle. C J__ ___ 1.76 1

1..1 26 2"" ; :3 ] 6 U"kn..wn - .n3 Srminuh. & Inv (00 'a : Lot I _ ::12 2 6 Banter. F M__ 1.08 3 ,

but tb3 v 26 :II 6 Unknown - - loa 'I 1 h. or all rxcepl I.In,1 N'" .r NW'4 n__ 12 2t 344L0.1e t. and 112 _ 32 3" 10 Thongs. H 0__ 1.81 yy
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$01; _ "U '2t ::1I 6 llnknuwn - -- 103 Ii _ __ _ __ _ __ _- -_ /12 ::11 r. I'nkn" n 132 I' -.mln.l." ."It 154 or N14 and ,
_ I 6; Ullkn"w" Lot 71 - 3u :. 1'uknuw( n 4
26 11
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TII. S..ml..le !.root! &Ii'j ..r ,SR 'A ".CSI.I 1114 II u uu _ n_ _ _ _ _ 1 26 31)) 6 Boo--, I 16 -- LI t ,

of all ,'X"\I' .. Lens' 10 lh'. N,'mlolul.n. Land! & Inv Cu.'e Sub: loot 17 _ _ _ __ _ __ n_ 33 80 6 Rogers, 8______ +

,. rxehrt. 'runh r l'uru0.'IIY. 304: 2t ::11 toil: Plv or _ __ ___ -- - __ --_ __ 13 2t 30 J.--- 1.17 : I. u _ _ _ _n_ _ _ _ 33 26 30 6 % ell.. A M____ 1:01: I
1".II"m., I.u"hl' 301 26:11: r.u'.r.. It \1 _ _ ___ 13 2t 31 6 9nSder'. \ .H 33 26 30 I.eo. W H.___ 1.08
___" - II S I I031.t Lot 19 _ _ _ __ __ - - - Lot 2IV _ __ _nn _ 1
.I., ::1 26 31 r. l.lneoln. u ____ ____ 13 26 31 6 Unkno"n n u unu 33 26 30 White. D F____ LOa
__ -'- 31)) 1 10)3 Lot 3a _ _ u _ nu P N__ 1171 Lot _ u _ _ _ ___ _ '
In 26 31 r. Hltlld..nhu..h.J" ___ __ _. 13 26 30 6 J'aln''r :I 33 26 80 10 Coleman C A__ 1.61 +
:W) I ILul 1":1I : Lot a9 _ _ -- .. \I __ I 904 Lute 47 and 50 _ _ _ _ _ .
Loot 27 _ _ _ - --- 3" 26 31 6 Unk"o\\11 l' I na '."'" 611 and nu 61 _ _ _ ___ ____ __ 00 __ 13 26 30 10 Ual J V 8 117 I.O'H 63 arid 58 __ __ _- _ _ -- 83 26 30 10 Hammond,, L C 1.1 eM
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48 n __ - - :$W 26 31 6 I.'n. - I ": i loin 67 _ _ _ _ __ ________ -- _____ 13 26$ 3u lahcock. __ 1.001 "I _ __ _ _ _ _ _ 33 26 30 1 Unknown ____ 1.01

Lot 414 ---- 3n 26 31 6 Unknown - - 10:1: I 4.004 h:1: _ _ _ _ ___ _ __ ____-___ 13 2t 31 6 11 1'0 111"I Lot K4 _ _ _ _ __ __ _ a3 26 30 Unknown ____ LOS
Let 66 _ __ - 26:11: r. Unknown - __ _ _ la 26 30 lu FI 1'ming. u 3:1: 28 30 Unknown\ ___ 1.01
-- _ __ a 1 1"3'' Lola' 71 and 74 _ ___ __ __ _ 117 Lot Kh _ _____ _ _____ _
I..,. _ ,, 31 6Vxld,'n. Jas I la 2t : 6 ( E [ 00 33 26 30 6 Unknown ___ 1.08 '
t 79 26 Imun' _
H __ -- :30, J 1\ 1":1I : Lot 99 _ _ _ __ _ 4---- :1 6 n _ 1 \17but Loot 93 _ _ _ nu.-
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Lot !II'' _ an 26 31 r. __ __ __ ___ __.____ 13 26 n Srmlnolr Lund II Inv HubI -
I 1443:\ 9:1;': > I17u..l 1'hr
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,; 34 26 30 6 Urn. 1 E; _ _ _
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Inv xn9a or NW'4 orNt. h.' Srnloule & Co.8 :89 __ _ Uh _ 103 .
or ..II o. ''; >iI Louse lu lI.. Inv or _I.nd- _ _ - _ _ __ \ 26' 30 Sruilnolr Lund 1,1 4:1: 0_ _ _ 00 ___ 3lit 8" 6 Ta3'lor.. F C_ 103I. 4

;; .... except TIm1r _ 31 26 3\\ 1 U3 Lot \1_ _ _. _t----- .__ 1 2t au 6 . I 147 1.1. _ _ _ 34 26 31' 6 Krnnr} A tl__ tf
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of, 16 n _ _ _ _ __ .- ::11 2'; 31 r. Unkn..wn 103t 34.,"o1. rI. 6J _ hU __ _ \ 26 :1": 21 J I I 1' 117I. 1 .. S..nlnuh. I.ual & buy ','. Hub-
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_ _ _ 312t Iliad Loot r.4 _ ___ 00 n W \\ 1.17 SE.4: or N\V'4 .xI -
Lot, 10M _ _ __ _ JI 2f. 31 6 KingNkury'1'J 1"3 but 7K _ _ _ _ _ _ pn _ 1 26 31 6 ) 117 I pl.r..1 .'xc"ll .... to 'h. KI".lmLomh..r + ,.
! Loot I2E _ 31 2t 6 31 n Unk""wlI.-. 1113II Lot K. _ u _ uh - 1 21:1: 6 UoluIown WI' 1.17 I mre umputy, _ _ _ _ 36 26 311L.114 f.S, ,
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Lot 126 _ _ =_ Co '9 Suhl'lv but II"' _ _ __ _ - _ _ _ 1 21 31 6 I1rton. & Inv Co. _ 133

TM Svminole: Lund & Inr I 1."'"& toInr I..,) 1\3\ _ n -- _. -- __ --_ - __ 1 30 6 Unknown - - 117 Lots K nod 1'! _ _ un _n ___ a5 2f. 30 IU B"olhhy. n to.__ 1.6 fiLot

or all "cep' TI"h'r Cunlpat1Y u 32 2f. 31d 1113 Lutz 116 and 125 _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ 1 2t 31 1) 3lrlcr.11'rnlworth A .- -- 190 45 _ 00 _ _ n __ __ __ 3n 26 30 6 (b-ntlr. M n_ r +

fI I KI.lllmm..e Lumh'r_ _ _ _ _ __ _ 32 26 31 6 Unknown 1.03 1..1117 _ _ _ ___ __ _ ___ __ _ __ __ __ 1 2. 30 C 1V _ __ bat 46 _ _ _ _ _n. _ _____ ::16 26 30 6 Unknown __ 1,03 1) : #
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Lot 24 _ - _ __ -- -_ __ ______ 32 26 31 6 Unknown n 1 035a Thr S..minolr Land &. Inv CO"I Sub- 11..1 R7 _ _ __ ___ unn_____ 36 26 30 6 Unknown __ __ 1.03
1 Lot ______________ 6 .lInk now n - -- _ __ __ IS 26 30 11..1 6 Unknown ____ 1.03
26 ___ ? _____ aa a. 11 I Ile or All __ 1.17 77 __ _ _ _ 36 26 30 ,103
Lot 18 _________________________________ a. I' II I Plnaomb Ww 1 08 Lot _____ ____ ___- -________ ____ ____ 15 26 31 6 MoonB _n H !I. _ unnnU------------ 36 28 31 6 Unknown ____ 1.08 "+

______________________________ 042204 2i to '' 'EM_ 4:044: lot I ____n__ _______ __________ ___ 16 26 31 Churchil.V 117 Lot 100 ______________________? _____ 311 28 30 1 Unknown ____ 1.01 1.01 'I ,

eE------------------- Sle..art. Lot 48 n' : g : rl inv:::: U Lot 101 ______________________________ a6 26 80 Unknown ____
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..' JUNE 1913.
20.
FRIDAY ;
1 0. THE ,
II/ KISS1MMEE I VALLEY GAZETTE

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'" DESCRIPTION OF LAND : I. W4 .1 4" : I M I l oJ LAND : .o m. 1&1''C 1&1: '
c.a ofT Costt SCR1I'TJO.t. OF.. LAND :w '"i .,' .. .40

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Loth 101 and UI _____:.bU_ 35 20 30 10Crow, "It Du _ l.il Lot 22 IIlk 1111 .. _:. __. _.n _,. .....t."\ ': ,. ., Cun'nlnM'ham, 'r 1..1
--- Jt 128' : 1 U 80 1 % Unknown "Seminole Land
1'he t r .. _ __ ___ __ .___.____ __-_ ---- I'U ....... '
8f'mlnole Land & Inv' Lo flubIIv' .. .. ,
Blk 107 .
< < 1 211 30 Unknown All - --+ -.M.- : & Inv Co,
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1' except 'nmber Lra.e to Lot 260 _ __ n. _._._ ______...________ I 26 30 1 Unknown ----- 1'18 99---------------- Caldwell; G B._
the KI. lmm.." Lumber Company__ 311 Z6 80., Lot 286 I 26 3U J % Unknown - .-. L18Lot' 11. 4. 6, 6. Hlk ., 4 :lIoore. F' D 2,66L,1

: .. Lot.1:3'-:. ni:8: :: : : 18 SkI17.Vuknown'" : F S :::: .61 1.03 2'2 --------------"r-----------__ _. __ --"i-----------t.._- _____ I 'Z6 26 80 30 J J" tJnknowi Unknown ----_-_ 1,18Iot 1'18 I......18.1 ikd.U1k 8 102.-. ilk 101.. -. .--. .------------.--':;'.--.-."..-... lwo..d Unknown T.J_ a.11

Lot 46 __u_ __ ___ ____ ______....____ 36 26! 30 6 Peterson 10'_ __ 1.03 Lot 8--------------------------------: : : 1 26 30 1'q, Mclilll A u'__ : Lot 11. BII Inn -- ' ._ ._ ...+w.-- ." ,,' MclOndroe, W 0 E_. a.17
,' Lots 66 and 88 ___ __:______ _____ ..._ n 116 26! 30 10 SIIllwell Z 13n 1.61J I J.ot 8"I.,' 26 30 %. Unknown -u.- I'I : ''I..t I 14. Bill 1117 .. -. - - ------.- ..:w-: : :Stevens; 10, C_ 00.06
J J..ot 59 __ _____ ____ _____._ __ _ __ _. _. 36 Y6! 3fl 6 MUier J'V__ .03 -w..1 26 30 Jh.known - 1,18Lo 1,01 17. folk 1014' - -- -. -- ---MJ.twpK' '; 1.110
''j Lot 68 ___ ___._.___ ____ __..._ _____ ____ 311' 26! 30 6 Ilnknown _.__ .03 I I.ot 4011 8'2..1'.0._ .'._ : 80 Unknown ..-- 7.18I.ot I..., I IJIk 101 1 -- ; -.--- .- ..-.."' % : Unknown .... 1.0 1
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_ ._ =. ___. ..__. ... -.-- J J" -- 188r \ Unknown 8.Bt
'-- ,- Lot Lot : :_ : : :: ::,: : ::;; : ;;:.::.;;::::::: :_ 8600' .L6.20 16 30 6 unknown Unknown : : :: 1.03 1.03 ,ILulA.1Y3 410 __a tl-u.. !._...;.. .-___-__._..- 1 26 26 30 30 II'X 11'rther Unknown! M.- -__--__- 1,18 l.b(1( 1.Loll.,(.. 14, and 11111.14.f"in Hlk- .-1f)9-). ----'-'-' --..-:-'-'".-.''.':': Unknown _.._ 1,7 8Lnl
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Lill 89 :i 2I g Po Unknuwn: '- : 1..1 H _ _ _, .L".1. .. _ __ _. --- .. :t.l1kuo.: .. .. __ I.JI 18 1111 It' 113 . . - .--,---4-wwa.. I , .1'nklHlwn ____ 1.2'
tut 810 : : = : = __ : : : : : : : : : :: : : . : : : : :: 3f $6 :; I4owling.: J R:: "T&r& env : -- .- ..T.M11tt'i14; -.'" ___--.Yrr.- .. .... .. Unknown ..___ 1.2'
1'he Lund Co: Subtly -- ,
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I.t J08 _ ow _ . .0 _. _. _ . . ___ 36 :! I3.. .. 6 Unknown _ _ 13 & 1..1. i. III'' 111 --. --00 .. : .., 11t.k..own ..__ 1.2'
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Lot m i A4;; 2(. 3o 5 Unknown: 1003:: I Let 1 9 . ..UhUUhn_ _ ___ _____ _ _- ___ ::1 28 30 1' 11".1< ..0"' I II Lol 1. loll, II6: - . . . Unknown ____ 1.1
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J.ot JI6 _ hU. _ __ _______.....: _ __ ::11; 20 :11:: r. unknown u _ 10:1: '' :Lot Lot: 23 100 ---------------------------0: : : : : : ::: :_ :: : : :: : : :.:: 3 26 26 30 30 1'ultuawu::: : : ::: 1,18S : I Inn 3'Jtllt' ilk -' __t-_ .n . "known: _AE .
1..111 1111 ....... .J2Z __ _ _ 36 2': :70 In ('ol"I'Uld.' I 'V 1 61Lot : ; L14'ertnore. J."I
h nn. lot 24 _ _ __ _. :, 26 :w 11 ITttkllu"'n ____ J.18 L,1' N. 1111, ilK - - - - - - - "
128 36. Y6 :U(, 5 Unk.wwn _ ] ,(13f' . 1'III< lwwn ___ 1.21 '"-
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Lot Ifi - __ I ; 'loo, i. "1'.. soxii tlhLill 55I0r! ':1 \I of n: :: :tu.d Xt 'I 1 n( 'i: Ir-I\\\; ;\'"' \Vay tu..l! 4 200 ::1(0( If I 17':", 1111.. I 14t'H. ""k".wn. nh u 1,26
119! I 2 :If' r. I'nkn.wnLui .. '
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1..1. I" II 11..r122. 23: 43. 44, 63. 64 IIII I 14" h
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I'j 0l, 1111 xUI 1,1, S41 0f, L\4'4 2 :91.Lot : ., I,1 3:I _ _ 4 26 :W 1', 1'ulnNU I.lk .Lt\ .l0.. 1111 IV ""Iw..wn __ 126
1..1. I." . _ 3" I' I "hll" I HI..t Lot : 14'1 t.lnK..I"yV; J 1.36Ind.
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Lot 31 _ .! :111: r, (I'ulou.xH. I..t I II'I _ _ 4 26 :iU 1110 t9.lotuwu _ 1 ] Ht..1 I.. ., 4. 1111. I :" ::001"V_ _ 1.26
1..1 !'I' .! 2 ::1" .. I',1IrtroN. .u I :", _ h _ 4 20 tl; 3" 1\. ""III"WII _ J.H I.. 1,1 I'II' I'SI - - 1.26

Lilt J..I I""97, 2 2 .! ; 1"',1.,. r.[, Soo I olluotsii II ,, .1 I "'h Lilt:0,0.0:::: :IRISLd 1:2 _ : : :: : : 20"6 Soo 311:: :1'1':: :1'r.kuuw IJnknown:: :: :::: n:: __ :I Iv i Lot 1-: :.\: 22:;,' :I Itll.: I'I 151 L'41 1 ._ : :linknnwrl Unknuwn!:: :: :: : : : : u:

: J.H : 1111 13' llrk 1 __ JQ.06
.1'I. 11I1"01,' 1..1 Y" lot. CII x Sub- I.t7 - - - 4 26 ::11I I', 'nknuwn 101, 12. ::1'.n
I 1'1\ of J 100 o ...xc..t. '1'11111., .' .. ", toJ. l.0. 1.l'' _ _ _ 4 26 :lit 1', ""III"n J.H I I' 210 1:11.: ) t.1. .l1n..1. .1. _00 4.46
.: it4M' urtoe- LU'"I"1', '"') '. :,0, Lilt. 14" _ _ 4 26 30 1'. Unkuuwn 1,18 I 1..1,1 0 Itll 1, 1 1710 I! 1< tnaV '0---- 4211r..t
Lot 2oI :' ,, 310: < I1ugh.o .1 I F. I.ot I ;" _ 2r. ::1\1 I. ... \'n k uuN, rl IlK t I'. 1111, I i7o ;I'HIIO'.t.'r. TE J.1I7
Lot hl _ _ 3O: ;. 1',01'"n, byI.ut I..t. INa! : - - . 4 ::t" 3" 1', ( 11 I, n\I' I 11'] I 1.,1 I 11 1 HII. IIk"\\'n _ 167
UJ I .h_ _ .10 r. 1'111, 0000W, II Lot 2:4: _ _ 4 200: : 311 1\4 ""nkn."II J.IK I I ::.1: .i, 1111' < Iii' - 10.kfurd.I C 126

I.ut lug, _ u _ u" ; :au; 5 .111.\1' _ _ .H Lot. 224 _ _ _ _ __ 4 2': 311 1'. ""IIh'1", n I.hI..t ] It' 1111. 1-1 I fillkwrN.n1 126
Lot III. . _ _ . ,... 2. ::1" r. I'nl01nxu _ hh 226':: ', _ _ . _ _ _ 4 2r. 3" 1'" "I'nkuot''n I ItoI Last' I 0'' HII 1'-1 ; F,_ 12.
Lot lit _ _ _ _ u _ _ h _ ., ::1" f. 'Itt1; 'I.111. II } I .nt : - - - - 4 26 :1(0: ( 1'. I'nk"",, n II .1..4:: :, I'; HII( : 171 lilrdstlll.: C 11. J 26Lill
Lot 12i _ .o. _ __ _- _ _ . _._ _ ,. 2. :1" "III."n, I..t '006; _ _ u 4 26 :W II.' t'nlwnwii I a I 211 1111. 171 I.' Ilk ,,,,,, n _ _ 1.2.
The Semtnuk. Land k !JII\' Uo x Sub I' Shoops. Silt.-. Iolt of 1..131 _ 11:6:: 311 I..t.. 11 .oul I 12 1:11.: 172 1I11"1. Z B_ 201I.
I'Ior All _ _ _ C I" 27 11" Luis I' ,and I' !tilt I'' - - Cout.tllp\ ( ;Sore Lot 'I 0 till 17:1: "k'n' : _ _ 1.26
L..t 126 _ _ 1" 2.:1": r.'nll".I.: ; .. Land I .\ . 2 11:1: I..t 4 I.. Illk In Unknown _ _ 1.2.
& Int Uu _ 1100 1.t"2 :" xod, :: llllkl' _ _ h _ \1"11. II _ _ 0': I r.\H\ 1 I.0d:: I If. 'Hlk \\7:1: 55,1,1,1 I. I. u _ 2.06
I..u 4. 13. 20. 21! - _ _ - I" 2 7 :\10\ 210 Flint. n; I.. 2H'.L..t Lots ::0'! 4" 41 42. 41. 46. Hlk I U _ _ Loup, ... C \\'. / Lot 24 loll 1 174 ]Mlnsel! A F_ _ 126
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Lot ::16 _ u _ I" ::1" 5 ""lIkllo" n H Luis. I I ?, 4' I'H xrept I..tll 26. 26. 2.. I Lot., ]II I lolls I 17'. - l1"k""wl1 _ _ 1.26Lill
Lot r.:1: _ .n _ 'loo" :"" f r. "nkllo" tl u_ _ hh.Lul 2' _ . .n _ \\'elh. J I' ;l1 _ 2S 043N 12. JIll, Ii'': 1'oloown 00 1.26
610 111 310 f itnk hh I ; SV I'oltonu, s Sub-lily:; oC LoIs 39.aid I.ot If" HII 1 170' . l4uekllu. 0 A. 1.2.
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Lot 6'1 _ : : _ : : : :loo:: :{:: Ci :ttnknown: : :: )} I . \ 12 .u. _ hh 12 26 3U L..t I 17. JIll.; ) 176 - "known: _ _ J.Z'

Lot 74 _ II! 3o. f, Rlnlluu. S It (-1. 1..1. 12 1I1k \ - . _ _ II toter. .I 11. 1109 Lot\ I'. till 1 lill _ __ 14known. _ _ 1.86
Lot a >' I to I! ::1" Un k1'uknowo nnwn _ SI. Sit 0ol Lotto 310 and, 42 not platted less I.,11, I", lolls 170 I ). "k' own __ 1.2.
Lotll hI und 96 _ I" Y7 :11I: to' 1 32'' I.. Ito" ft I E or ;NW: Cur Lol 39 run 1 Luis 21 ..".122. IOll 176 1 <'tJ"y'k. Mr.A 2.\1\
Lot h3 -h - I" 27 3. 6 IInkno"n _ _ Si. I'; 1n1 ':: .PIH.." ft W boo ft N; no fL 12 26 3V 1'nltoon.. N; \\' 6000S7' Lot IK, ilk 177 _ I'avls.I 1: __ _ 1.116

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t.0 _ . _ _ _ II! 27 :I"o r. P"kn"n _ 0000 l..t" 13: I1nol 14. 1I1J. 1 _ H _ _ u unknnNn 2116 I Leis 1 xod 2. loll 1310 Reach. II __ u 2.70
1.0t 101 _ h U _ I" t. r. ( 'IIrml.'hu.1. HA H Lots I !' 1111.12" IIlk 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ u "Iow"n n _ tub ,L.ol l' Itll i"'o"d.. \V U_ _ 1.0
The S'mlllOl" Laud Ai InCu"" SubIlly 1..1 ))10 Ilik 2 o. _ uu __ I.\.r. .Iohn. 1.26 I 2.0,1: III: loll 1'1( R'llkeraon.VA J.IOI. 1
f all -co ,,t '1'In.ber. 1.ease to I..t. I' I Itlk 2 - - - - _ _ _ _ \'lIkll.n _ 126Lill Lilt, 210 I! 101k 4'vl I 0' ; rn'I'B.. V C __ 1.80 1
the Klsslmnn' c I.un.1.-r; :Cumpan) II 27 :310Lul9 0.. ilk a _ _ .n _ _ _ _ Srlter. II I. 126I. Lnl., I IS; and l0: 1$11. 1'2 Itnunsero-ll DI' 384 1
_ U _ _ . ]11 I :310! r. Unknown 0010! I.., I"' IIlk 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ I.l1n.1. 4' A 1210 Loo, f. 1911 1k4 _ _ HII". J bt- _ _ 286 I
Lot II _ __ _ u.u Il 27 310 5'l'lIknltwn, } hI.ut Lot "" 'Itllt) 4. - - _ _ _ . _ Unknuwn 12f, I L..1( 7 Hlk H'z.( A __ __ _ 1t.61 I 1
22 - - II 2 ::1" r. ""lIk'H''n } l..t .1 I 2 .1. !IIII o. _ : __ _ I"n.uut ,'r. WA 331L"t : : Lot 1111 (I" _ I'IIZ. A __ _ 4.46 I 1I
1..147 . _ n _ _ _ II 27 :oil 6 "I'llluuwn } 'I 7 itlk\ .. - --0 lJ..rll. 'r A 1 4'L Lot, 12." "Ik I9u Iltnrnrd u M. 3 III 1
Lot h6 . _ h . 11 :7 :too f. l'III""n, H I.,, !. 101k r. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .1lrotgr; C II 14" Lots 21 ood. 22. IIlk III" iog, ,, .- nnan. S13 1..6 1
Lot hh . _ _ _ _ un II 27 "I(< f. 11"'tn. II ;II.n } h Lnll. I I1 J. 12 I5.' I" look 6 u _ _ _ bo,nm0yer: ",'A 129 I...' 21 1111. 1"0 H"'H'r. \I Su 301 I
loll bll _ _ _ _ _ .h_ II 27 ::10. r. ""lIknlt" H i Lotto. 17 I ind 1 It.; 'Hlk 6 _ _ __ __ n _ I"'r JII'F I' 2371Lill : I 1..1 Iqk I < Ii" "k".wn( _ Z.8e; I
Lot 120 . _ _ _ u J 1 27 :3o, f. FilII", II B _ h } 14! !lIk 5 _ u n _ _ _ __ u i bonot.o.. T'r I 42 I I.n'tx I II:, .ud, 14 IlIk 194 "IIkn"wn _ 866 I
I.ot 121 _ _ _ u II 2 :,,1< f. Fh " F _n_ H .I.ol t 24 IlIk 5 - _ _ _ _ _ .. \\"tRII, F H _ 1 42l.ot. I.I, 1', 1111 I"f.:. parr C E. u__ _ 113 I
'rho- Seminulr (.and & InC". .. Sub1Ut 4 'n,1 101k o I. ,, IC: 1111 1. .
::: : 14bdsall' (: II. 27"1 i "k"own" _ _ 173 I
_ _ _ _ Lot I 19 I'll.; ; : : _ : : : ::
or Atl 12 1 7 310 I< mm I'nknuNn ] 910 Lot. 22 nod. "t I fills ]1:45: k.I ill. Sirs A _ 11..1 I
Lola I _ _ _ _ I..t 2", Hlk 7 . -I'7
and J6 u 12 27 310: < loo< Ilunsn.g" r. I. 132] : - - - "Inlo.awu .. 1 90L Lot 1" loll _ 40.cudn.s n. C A 142 I
Lot la _ _ _ h _ _ _ I 12 27 .:1": f. I l.ald".1 v' I : .tot '4 IWI 1 'u I..1 1 'bll I." h I rI.Iawr, _ _ 126 t
Lot 27 _ _ __ _ _ . u _ 12 27 :IU r. 1'lIklllt'' I : : 4 I. N o. _ : : : : : : : : t Io.:: :: nux: : :: J 911:: 1 Lill, 2 HII< I" \\"knowl1 _ 126 I

Lot 32 h _ _ _ _ __ __ u_ 12 27 311 f. :-111'; mak..r. F L L..t ,. I 1:11: n h _ - I'.n, E 1': _ _ I O I Lnfto.' 'I.nnl,, 4 I/lc 1 210"I! I'"k"n u_ 21'6' I
Lot 43 12 7 ::1 G IGtudul'I.' I: 'oV 1.t. 1 1111.; 1.1 - - _ _ t'nkll..wn u 23. Lot. I, Hlh (I'"kll"w" _.oo_ 12i I
Lot 000 _ _ _ _ u _ ____ _ __ _ 12 27 311:: 5 :IIuo. J : t} Lot I' IlIk If _ -__ _ _ t ,..knoN r. 2.37:' I II. Lot.., 7 .,...1 'nlllk 2040" "kll"11" 206 I
Lut.63 _ __ 12 27 :W f. Lot 2. 1J.f.] 11 2 : 1.\ ,2 loll, "" o.
- - - u.un tJltz----- hh I - - - - 1to ,1..11 \\ 371 I 1'1. ", (.,, 11 _ 126 I
Lot 610 u _ __ n.h __ 12 27 :3i 5 11. 1.1.1 C \I .0000 Lot f.. look 15. h' K. UO'A 11 2 :''i L"I. I 1111. 2.1. 1 1.1., II Su 1 26 I
Lots 72 and. 73 _ - _ _ __ - -- __ 12 7:4101iho-bold.: )It C. 1 :321: Lot H IlIk It _ on _ __ _ I.It-nnor., ', Iti E 206( Lot :3.:! 1:11.: 2"1 -10..kll1.; I. B J 26
1.0-------------------------------- 12 27 ::111 5 lots 11 'nod I 11 RIk H 46 0..oI', tills: I
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Lot h6 _ _ _ ___ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __ _ 12 27 311 r. lludKe. C Cu-_ 0000''I .I..t 2\:I HIM ]IN _ .u (I'ulrtu'ttu I !41'' r.oot I ; loll: 2":1: In' naN\\. II If 1 1 I.I.
I Lot 80>> _ _ _ _ _ ._ _ __ I.at :f IIlk 2." I
12 27 30 5 Summer' 'T _ _ H - - (I'nl01n.NU. 1 7 : L.'I 1:11.: 2''":1: I'nlonN, 1 ,
Lot 114 _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ - _ _ _ - 12 27 :ill 5 fops' F Jo' IL 5t'' Lill 2" (ilk 21 - - _ u "II h'. II I I' I 112'Lu4 i L..t. ]II "II 2"4! l'nknoxii" n 12 I.
Lot 123 _ __ _ ___ 21 Ilik 21 _ _ _
- 12 2 7 :\0 f. Uokuowii l'oknNU 112 Lot I 17 Ilk: 2'100'< ,
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the Klaelmmee Lumber C.uvauy _ 13 .7 30 I Lot f. 1111. 24 _ _ ho.u . anolt., .. Sire I': 1 26 I 1..1 Hlkllk "I"I" H 2.6I.

Lot 4 ___ .__ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ 1:1: 27 3U r. Unknown _ _ HI Lot !9. IIlk 24 . _ _ h _ t'nknoN ,. 126 Lot s { 2.... 111,1.1.l .. J T.. 1'16 I.
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I Lot II _ _ _ ___ __ __ _ __. _ _ __ 13 17 3U r. Broallhur L .H 2:1.: "Ik 24 - - - - - - 11..1,11. .I ]12r. I I...1 I I'I I'.lkHlk: "I! I.k", II -
Lot 16 __ __ __ _ _ __ ___ _ II."t _ _ _ _ uN I liusvu' - - 1 26
-- - _ _ la 27 :Ht o 6 Unknown _ _ bh 24 Ink 24 h _ 1I..I"h. :S; .\ _ 12'; L.d 1 Jo, 2 I 12' InLl
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Lot as __. _ -_ __ _ ___-- __ _ _ __ _ 13 27 311 r. 1tep.'r II _ 00003o Lots I. xnd' it., llik 25 h _ _ _ _ _ I'.uker.. J H 200< Lot -I I llkHIK: Itulhu.. . Jo' I' _ 1.88
Lot 43 Unhun.n 1:1: 2 : 5Vood. It D _ bM L..t' Hlk 26 _ _ _ _ unHhu 1'nk now, 1 126Lol 1.1 "4 1 < "I"H''H'' '' J 0 - 1.2.
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Lot 64 _ _ .n __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ 1:1: 27 :ill r. Unknown _ hh H. IIlk 2------------------------ l'nknuxi.. 1 26I..t Lot, 21 I'.lk: : III! ,nuttn - Jl
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Lot 2l 310 6 tJllkllwrl h. IlIk 2. _ _ _ __ _ _ __ __ I'nknnN 126 1..1 ::1 I Ilk: 2 InM J h ] l.
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Lot b7> H _ _ . u _ _ _ u )13: 7 3n Unknown _ _ hh 22. JIIk 27 _ n _ __ u _ _ __ _ ,'tour. .I 12'': I.'H 21| jj j.t: 24 Hlk Jl 1 M Klnzl. J J. 142 LuIn.
Lot 6S _ u _ _ _ _ _ .h _ _ ]13:, Y7 ::11I 6 l'lIknowTl _ Hk 1.01, ::1, Itlk "h - - -- u n - - I '' 'I I h I 2'; lot I I'lk 1 Jl. '' ''''' 11. I A _ 1.11 .,
Lute 69>> and 76 __ _ _ _ _ _uuu 1:1: 27 :W 10 lurks C n u 1 132J I L..t 4 Hlk 2 > .Uh.u 1'lIkll" 121: 1.1 J toll I : JIJI I Unknown no 118I.
Lot 70 _ _ _ _ L"t II 1111 A _ _ _ __ _ I t'nkunwI" _ u 173I.
- u - -- - - - ]I:1: 27 ::11I 6 ''Inkuow" _ hh < uu 1'nku"Nn I26Lill L'.0 I j.i (I'lk JIJ I . I.uLo
J Lot 76 u _ __ h.u _ _ __ nn _ _ 1:1: 27 ::11I r. Unknown NA 15. (ilk 25 ._ _ _ __ _ _ >1wsh.ll.' A 1 26Lol ; I.,"...1 -I I "I.IK JI II I 1111' nor. C F 111I.
Lot 77 _ _ _ _ __ . _ _ _ _ _ 1:1: 27 all 6 LI"'rrnor. A u E AA 17. IIlk 2' uu _ _ __ __ __ _ I"bnsn, H 12' loll, I U loll JI4I IOUrnsld' ,'. (] D_ 1.1.
Lot 91 _ _ _ _ _ Lot .. 1111. 2U __ _ ,, ( '' 1< 1' '' ''' _ u 206 10I.
uh.u 113 27 :ill 5 .Unl< lIo", ,, u. hH --UUhU I'", o.uN n 1 26 I. I !I" Hill: 21'. '
Lot 93 _ _ _ ___ ____ __ ___ __ __ _ _ : 27 ::11I 5 Unkn.n _ 0010 Lot 11. IIlk 211 _ _ UhU___ __ KII..I..s.. .IJo' 121\\ L'I. Jl I ,mil.j22 Illk Jli' - ,I'" ,"k"owli - Y 811 6EC / LooL0.,
Lot 94 _un__ __ ___ ___ -_ ____ __ _ Iii 27 30 6 Unk"own hU 54! Lot 16.; IIlk 2"" _ _ _ _ _ _ l'kioto, ii 126 I."I 14, ItlK' JI7.nls ; < lo-r u
The :Seminula Land & Inv Co.'.. :SubUtv Lot 22. IIlk 29 o. _ _ _ h. _ 1'LIt. r' It 12" I. 11 ,nti.l. I U. loll 21X I b"mmun, E P 2.86 ,

oC All -__ - _ - _- -_ __ _- -__ 14 21 3U Lot A IIlk 3U _ - _ _ -_ __ -__ ___ ('''kll', ''''' u .H ]126 Lot, J hlk: Jl'i . "kIIJ"I _ 8.46 '
Lot 15 __._ __ __ __ _ __ _ ___ __ _ _00 ___ 14 27 3U r. Unknown __ _ Hb Lilt 1:1.: Hlk 31 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (1'ulo.wi, ]126; I." is toil Jl'i: I -_ I Unknuwn, _ u 111 10'I. ,
Lot 35 _____-____. _________________. 14 21 30 6 Unknown __. bl Loots : and i 4. BIk 31 Ruuthll' J' F_ 2106 h."t 2"! Hlk 219] _ _ _ l1eiUe, lit _ 446 ..'
s Lot. 88 an5 .a.1..________________._ 14 21 30 10 Iravee V C_: 1.32 Lot 22 :ilk _ __ _ _:::: : ::::::::: :'armlehael; ;.. A 1 26 L..t 24. Illk J20 -u- _ n_ _- IIll1rl.. J KP 4.46 4.41 Lot'
Lot 71 _____---------------;.-.--::.--- 14 27 30 5 Frlatell.: 0 B__ .59 Lot 20. llik 34 ____.____________ Unknown __ __ 1.26 Lot 1, ItlK 224 h h linker S C_ __ Lot'
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., Lot 67 ..____ ..________..__ ._._______ 27 30 6 Olmstead F C ,88 Lots 6 and 0. 24Ik 36___________.,__-. Unknown ____ 2,06 L..t !Ilk 22(1! 1 - - - - -- --- H'hllT.'r. (} C__ 2.e4; I.ot
i,' Lots 68 and 7. .._..___...-......--__.... 14 27 30 6 Smlth J. \V____ 1.32 Lot 12. Jllk 36 _.__.__-----a--tiw-wlw. .. I-I'holck, It V._ 1.26 Lot tit, Hlk 2261.)' .-- -- ---.- ----- .----.=------1-, ,,.' 1."oIlow, Jo: __ 1.80 1.80 Lot

I P'l' Lot' 81 ____-_.---_.wn--..r..ww.a-.Nr' ...r 14 27 30' 6 Unknown ..__.. .HI Lot 1. Rlk 87 -----r-----7y-t' ,....... Unknown __ _ 1.42 Lot 2.111/ < 229'- Unknown IJol
.i'1 .____......__....... __.; _ 27 30. 6 Unknown Lot ...... .. .. .. Lot 21 Hlk -----",- AUKn..r t1 Dl. l'lt
1. NLLoot 853 _= 14 .._.... .88 211 lk.81 -- -" "\ kvNk" ,.' 1", v __ __ ( .. -- U'I"' : Lot
_.___ ._ __-- 27 30 6 Unknown __.._ .88 Lot B7" ..-w..;...._.......+ Lot 114 ____ __ _______________________ 14 21 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 4.; Hlk 31 __ ____.__....___"' _aw..... .' . Unknown _r__,_ J.42 I.ot 9. ]toll 231 : '.,.- ''.'.... :' "i'.1' ;t r .. 14 J T..... 1.01
; Lot JOO o. _ _ _ _ _ _ u _ huh .14 27. 3(0( 6 Kenoga 111 N__ .b8 Lot 6. Ilili 37 ______________________ Unknown __ __ 112 11'11. (ilk 231 ::::::_ ::_- -:: w ryu,1 ; : S Unknown __._ 1." Lot
Lot lug 4 300 .5 ke. 1 88 Lot 6. IIlk3i_ -----.l-------n------ 1'nkn,1wvl _ 1 42 I.olx, 17 nod I IS. Illk -- -- ---- South, E _.__ 1.81I.
liaP 231 Lot
1.t 114 : : : : : : : : : : : := : : : 1 w g 340:: 5 l t'IIRIIOW'il' : : : .NN Lot 7. 1111. 37 _ h _ _ : h 1'"lln. n. 142 I.1... 21] and) "2Ilk ::uHlk - - - - Frner'. A __ 8.18 Lot

Lot 13 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'o. 14 2. 30 5 IJnknown hN Lot to. IlIk :Ii _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ (1'nlouosn, ]142 L"t, .1.I ::12' .- - E"ry, A .. __ 8.66
Lot.J2 _ __ _ __ _ __ _ _ 11 .7 :H'' r, N"'II. E 1'r- 'k Lot !' IlIk: 37:I _ _ _ hnn _ (1'oJOO.NI., . 142 I..l, 6, (Hlk JIJ l'ohnuNn u __ 126 1,11
I Th.Srmnlul: .. Lund & 11" Co a SubLoh Lul" I" 1111. 37 'h _ on 1'o1.nwu I 142 0..I, 4 'Hlk'' 1 Jli' : (lIocl"V I. _ 126I 1..1 1.11
of ull exce ',l flnber L, aar to I..t I II t toll 3:I_ .u _ uu )I'nknuN 'u' I 4 : I.. '. "toll . i IVI''" lIra; I. -- 1.26 ,
the KlsN0nonce. : /, umber, :Cutnpuuy:: _ lio all 1..1, 12 1111. :3' _ .u _ h _ _ __ t'"Io.oNn 142 I t."I5, 1 1 ,,,,||.t| 1 11. IOIIt| | .L i J t A .M.,' J 26 I 1.1.t
Lot 3----------------------- 1 15 27 ::1.. 5 "Unkuuwn _ 'hLot Lill.' 1\:\ .wd. 14. Blk ::17 _ _ _ _ _h \1Ilto( 4'" A 2 :J 0..t, I' 'toll: J 1'1 S.nnn. ''.nfl 1 g. 206I I 1.1
22 _ __ u. _ If, :Su f. \\'nl.llo" hA l.ol. 1 I',. ., old H IIlk ai _ _ hh _ _ _ r'h.onb.tLooI'. , I I.. ., I:: I talk: J "1I I 11' ... N E 126I. I .4,
Lot 27. .n. If, 2 ::0000 r. (1'nlooxn _'_ NN 0 14; 2 67lnt I.t-, ; ,, ,sI', IlkJHHlk : : ", ld"r.1. C _ 1.26 , .(
Lot a9 _ _ _ _ _ I IS. 2. 3U 6 UJlkno"II u. AA :3ilk 42 _ . _ .- .n _ 1'.1". ,. .. 1 1" L"t I : J.llI'lk : ( 'III. .. ." ". _ 206I. 1 Inl,
Lot 69 .llud .6 _ _ o. IS 2i ::111 III ("k""wII _ 1 :J2 1."I., ,, to.lIlk4:1.: _ _ __ _ _ n "I.-.I\ I' '034: I Lt, I : J'o I i -- Unknuwn, _ _ ] 26 IJ.II.t
Lot hI! 15 2. ::111 5 I1nkw'l' _ H ". IIlk 49 _ _ __ /.11111"/ ( A It ::1 o ot ..'. L..I, I I I Ilk: : :.t7 I L'I 0 I".' Ie 1\\ II 1 26I' I
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Lot 127 IJ 2. ::111 f. \\/11.110" to'foe Lot Rlk f.2 .u_ I'd, luwttu, I 1910Lill I 1.,0 0 I', I I.II. : u, hulk J .l_ _ _ 386 I I"'1 1I
S.auuuuh,, , LII/I" Ai I lot ,Cu H 5ULhlv 7 IIlk r.2 _ HU "1'ulnn.wn. I'm 1 I I.o1. :0: I Ial..0: .ti.I.IK S'.ulnr; JIIr.AC 1.26I. I .1
of \11 10 au: 1..1., 1:11: f.. _ \1'oknowu, I 1'"n' I.. ,, J ': 7i (Ih.kt.oNn. ., . 126
Lot 22 I" 2 :910 f. I'nkuuwo _ hA I.. ., IL'2( < f.'I _ _ .,,". \ 2 .1 L.d' II i loll j.: I-.Iwl v M A __ 16i 1 '\.1I
Lot 23 _ "I6: :III f. 1'nlouwu 1 _ 1111, 0.4 _ _ "I'.i,Iunwn 1 u"I1 1.-, : I .ml.1 JJ JIll 2:17:' ''HI" I II..J I 111 _ I r.7I. I I., .I.II ,
Lot 40 _ Hi 27 :too, f. \1'nlnmwn Ah ...t G III: :, _ ;l1".n I : 1 24.Ln I.. ., .. Loll: Jis: ;Slur, gnu It _ ._ 1.0Last. I 'II
Lot 41 n I It I; 2i :ill. f. ""nknowII _ tot.Lill I :. nil, ;30.; u I',0." I.I SV 1 26L."t I ;1..1, I II ItlK 235: 1",0, "J _ I C r,7I. "
42 _ I' 2i :too f. Uulo'r. H _ __ N' 3 1111. oil', c uU ( 1, ,,, , ,, II 1 I. .' ] T ...ml. I I' oak: :.I' 1'u.hou', L\; : I" I I ".I.II .II
L.6a It, 2i ::0''I!, f. 1'"I\\'n to'Lill 1.0,2 :, .. ,d\ 24 Ink ''II _ _ 1',111' I .1 I I : 2 106I..t : 1.-, I.: ., o.l' I I' (1111. 21?. 1 111" u", ,, ,, _ _ 2 -0 I t
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lot 'i I''., ::111 (1'oltlwwu __ hXLu I 1111. 0'0! n _ 1',1'1"' ". nu .\ I : I 142 Ind., '. url, I" I.IK: J | ", 111111I11.1., I. C' 439I. I 1 II I
8 ( 9A _ .. U :lII f. ,'nk""wn _ __ 8h 1 Lot I :.. 1111. 'I. ::1; n. _ _ _ i'W.nnNn, , I I.: Ind' I0" K1K JI7I'.IK ,"IIIItil. ;lI'H 1. C 42qI. I I. ..I'.II
1.0102 .o. _ I0 !7 :ill f. I""H": 0 )'. II L_ __ NN Lot. 1 13: 1111' ,.5 _ _ hn_ 14Inmw, u I I"'to I.. .1 11' : 2fo1 1 1I.Ik 1'.111. ."t .I S__ 2:1: I.. I II.
Lot lib h _ _ _ h _ _ _ I6 2W: r. Islnam 11 __ isi.t I..t. 'I' 1111 Is 0 If.( > _ u __ 1'1. hnwll, I I'0!, t..t, II : JMI'.IK I'uloiren _ n ,' I I. ,.II
J27 '_ _ _ _ _ tc, Lot., II 1111,41''; _ ,, (I'111onnvn _ _ 206 .In
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bit of. I': '" . 17 I :310'Si , .!. f. I:. I HII..3 _ ... ___ I UOL'0,, \\' s IIL'.4x 1,1' : l.ll I I Iouontn, O n 206 I 1
Lot 2 \7 2i :30, 5 Vnkuwn _ __ hA \ ''I'''..' I". IIlk 73:, _ __ __ _ _ "I'nlooxn .12"L"1 Lilt I'. loll -J .I! II'dg; .. ,,. .I 1._ 21.6I. ,
'w Lot 16.... I ; ; ::0'< r. (Unknown __ .0000 21. 1411. 73 11' toot. In' ,5 07 I I." : I ', IK 2', II' .I 1 I r.7I
Lot I J7 17 2 'W r. 1I""IIuII.' C A hh I :Lots''toul:::: : : It'(', look 74 : : : : : ::: lion:" ,, )'I' ; 42"i.nt. I I.. ., I- HIK J;. ". ;,' I. 1 _ 1 ,7I. '01I

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Lot H. I 17 ; I" f. \1'nlluuxU _ As Lot. 2"_ 1111< 74 _ _ un 1,1, I. 0' 2:17I. : I I.. .l '. I 1.11, ". ,. "1'111,1,1. 11 _ 142I. I 1 I II II.
Lot fo\l I 17 2 ::011 I f, .\1 x.,1ul-r.. , IJ ]If kA I ((0.t.. ,t'nd h HII< .5 _ u _ .1 Ii'ol: .,. .1 I I. 4 :" ,.4' : .. .. 1'1"I I 126 ,
lot ,2 I ; ; :W f. "1'ulnottu' _ hA 1.1 I II 1 hilt 7'. _ _ _ _ Id.I I : : ',0'. I., ,, I 11, : " Itulco \,1 I 8I..l 1
Lot 62 17 I :loo. \'nl"o'\I'\ _ Ahp \11 1 1-.tI,1 Inl< 7' . 1111",01... loll, I 1161111
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'.1'1., Srnno.l, .. Lund n Iris I L'.". s Ruh.Idv I Jnt,. 1:11.: "ton _ _ _ _ u _ _ _ __ "I'nkooNU I 126I..0 Lot I I. 111: 1"" ( 1".. 1006
of till 1"10' II .pt. ;0.\\; .,. 0'' :. lik 'I'!. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ \\,11., ," ,, o, I .000 'I.,'t : :4J nlulnwu _ 126I.
SI 10; 110 llud Fli'; '.. "r Sib'; ', r. : ,: ::11 I.", I loll ho _ u _ uhu . __ n t'ohnoxo, I I2'. .., I :1:11 1'.1 Mulll", ... 1 J-- 126 I
. Lute 31H!. 3111.. .10h. 31091\ ::1.12. ::1:1.1.: 3 041" ::141. Lot' f., loll too' _ _ _ _ I'nlonw, t ,. 12"I. 2 : I toll .''I '! ,'. J 1 1 28I'ol. ,
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364. 366. 372. 37r ,. 2'': :11: l6] ,; ltul hill" .\ 0.41 I.ot 6. 101k v, _ _ nn _ 1'louxu 120lut !.: :: : : I I.IKI'.IK:: :: :: : ; :: nut, ,; _ : : 126 I.I

Lot 4"1'o] ', :I II] I'', l'IIkllo" II. 1 ., 7 1:11: 006 - - - - - - - - -- 1'alorttt." 12', "'I' .01 I J '.J I1nlow u I : II
+'' Lot 4002 n ., .I :.1 I', I'nisnuw" II 11' I.I..t, loll too _ h uu un I'olonw( ". 1 26I ; I"L I III I.I t tHIK ,( ,0\' u _ 1361 I : I.I ., I
Lot 464 . :' 'n ]1'', I'nl Jouw, II _ l H I Lill.' ::11. \It .uu. _ nun ""lIk""w". I 26 .. 7 Jl..I II ( ,,0'\1 u I 1200L''t I.I
Lot 465 n _. ., :0", :1: 1'., I / l10x/l10x. I Ito. Lilt., loo" 1111 I01 I, v0 _ _ _ _ __. __ __ _ I'r,,l0, 0w "n 1 12"I I 12 I toll: I JliI'.IK 1',1 ".." .I _ I :" I 1
p A Lot 4b9 - _ o. ., :::1 I 1' I'k uuw II I..t. 11. Loll too I! _ _ _ uh ___ __ 1'olonN n. 120Lill ; : 201. \., Jl.l' ;l1" I".1 1 126 I 1I
Lote 61111 - - - .. :66 :1: I'. t'r.1nuxn" ] I 11' I !, (Otto Hr I< __ _ _ __ u ___ __ "I'nl.lntt 1 ". 126 I 1 Lol. ( 21 1 1 tot 1,263:: l' .' 1 "1. )II _ 126I. I I II II 1
H"IT.Iooio. I.and & bit (Jo 8 Sub : Lot. !. Hlk b2 _ hun_ ;lIt, I."ald.. I.( 1 1241 Lot( II I I'll.,4, ( 'III".w", _ 126 1I I
IMv of KnitIO'I /.. and .sii; ., nf, s\\ i, ., (Inn 2" loll: 002 _ u ___ . ___ ______ I'ulouttu. 1.2" Lill I U I.IK; Jl.lt 4on t"v..rl h. 1'L 126
i-xci-pt Lako Frontilil : "f. ', 1.t. ) 0.2 1'olout. 126I.t Lot t I'.IK: In" ","" n __ _ 126
Lots 7. S, Ji.[ 26. 39. 4n f.t 54.u\ /40 : :: : j 2. :m( 2 - : : : :: :: : :: : ::::: 1'uknuNn.::: :::; :o.:: 12.1: : Lot JJ. HIK .Jl'I,.I IH. Ihlkruwn a __ 126I I,1

45, 71. 72. 8U, 90. 91. 1(12( KM: JIM 121. 1.,", 11 11110 :9 I _ _ uu------ ) '" (onNU. 120'; I Lot, I 17 I'lk: 2ir, .uk... ."' .. _ __ 1 26Lot.
122. 123. 124. 133, 134. l.lfi: 13t'. 163. Lot f.. L'lk'4 _ nh __ _ __ ______ 9't.. '''I. I'; ;II ]1200Lilt. . i ,u0, I I. .111! 2iii, II. _ J 26I. '
t 154 lf,6. 15C. 164 IC.r[ ]11 11; I, H] ( ; 11liiU.,'. , ,Intl 9. Blk 14 ___ _. _n_ ______ ''II' k" I II _ Plot I! ; Lilt 7 HIK: o J'.i.J Hu.zl."w. H A 2. 6I. I 1 i, I I.I II"
186. Ifc6 ll>7. 188, J.892 l'::6, 1'17. 19A. Last 13: II lit, H4 uu ___ _ _ _ _____ 'tom.' 1 .1 II 1 26L.ot ; Lot. HIK JIf. - II'HI' kin, U A__ 12
200.: 217.. 218. 21 :! 222t 1 222.: 227. Cr. IIIk' 55 Vnlouwu 1 26 Lot. h Ihhouwn _
228. 22K.>> 280. > : :: lk' ii : :: : :: : : :: :::::: J : : I II 1brut. .; . u 1.26 .I, I
231. 232 24 2r>0, 6l I I. I dud 2. I t Ill-, 'I' J : Y 106L.nl I..t. 7 1101 J i, *, U"lf'ow"' _ 1 I II 1
I' 262. ;268. 2K4. Z6G 26h. I'll': 260, 261. Itllt A6 1'1'' it 126 .Lilt __ __ __ 2'16I
1 262, 263. 264 281 282. L'SJ,, 284! 286. I :: : ;:' :loll:I 0,6 : : ::: : : ::: :: : : : :::::: 1'nlonwn.: p.r. _ i I. ..,.t t I I 12 13:: HIK Jl.I'lk Ji.' ', Bu"I.. I __ __ 12 I. I, I I II

't 286. 287 288 290. 2U1. :IM'2. 1IU.1.: 294. 1.0' 1.,1,11: ) 14 Blk 86 __ __ _ __ __ ____ ] hur., .tl. I H _ 211r.1 Lot I If HII. Ji"i Unknown u __ ', I 1
j \\1';' 296 2UR. 313. 314. 3 If,. 31d. :117 318 I.", 100. IIlk NG _ __ _ ______ __ _h_____ 1I"Ik.. II _ I 26 .I.IH 2:1: .in.l 24. Itlk' '' 2C'J - Ulk..own. _n_ 12 Lot 1 1
.,\, SID. 822. 823 324. ,326. :.126, .127. 328. I.t. l' IIlk 86 _ __ _ ___ __ __ _ C ___ I'unth. II .I W ]196 Ind. 4 ItlK 2 7il - - JII.n"n. A D__ Lot }
346. 348, 347. 248. 3411 360.l 35fi, 3&6. L..t. :'::4. Hlk h6 _ u _ __ _. _ h_ _____ 1t11xxnn,1l. JV 1211 I.ot '.. ItlK 271 .
357. 868 859. 36U 377. 37 *. (ifa. .180. Int. f". Hlk A7 _ _ _ _ __ _ _ ___ ____ \J"k"wro. _ 126 :I.t:::: K, ItlK: : J7I : : : : Unknown:: :: !: :::: U., LoLn0/ I
381, 8811. S90. 891 392 3'J'' : 394. 3'jd. .Lot 14. 14100 81 uu _ ___ ______ Urok"wn. 128 Lot f., look 274 - - U..kllown. __ I..' I "I
386. 406. 406 407 40H 4(19.( 410 411. Lot. 100. IIlk h1 _ _ _ __ _ __ _______ l.lttler. SV 1 28 1..t 111. ( - Unknown ____ 14. I]
411. 422. 423. 424 426. 42ft. 427. 428. I..t. Ih. Hlk 87 _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ ____ Unknow" _ _ 126 ] "Ilk". 27, Hlk 274' . -- Unknown ___ 1 I
:. 417. 438. 439. 440 441. 442 456. 467 Lat. 19 ilk 81 _ _ _ _" __ __ _ .11"1",111. \V H 128 I 1"8 24 I. Hlk 21 27B.otn - - - Smith. _ ___ e 2,81 I..,
0 461 469, 480. 469, 470 471. 472. 489, L.t 19. IIlk MI _ _ _ h.u __ ______ Itand-bush JL ]126 1. 7 and K 277 _. _ : . -- U"knowl t ____ 173 ,
40. 491 498 601. 602. 603. 504 _ __ u :33 2[, 30 ZOO Hoyci'. H W__ 110 66 Lot. 10. Blk h9 _ ._ __ _u __ __ __ ______ Uroknllwn u __ 1.26 Lot 12. Hlk : Ilk _ _ C_ _. ;
1 p t Lot S54 ___ ___ __ hunuuu _ _ 33 26 30 1U Davidson. John 1.26 Lot 20. Blk h9 _ __ __ __ __ _ ____ ______ McJ.am.Vm.. 1.26 .oti 13 mid 7. lilk 279 Uh. __ - -- -- Hou'mll. ____ 17 Lot' I II I
S Lot 488 _ _ 33 26 30 lS Unknown L"4 22 59 hU __" V
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Dlv of all Fractl except Lake Front Lot J6. Blk 91 .n __ __ ___ __________ Unknown __ __ 1.26 Lot 6. Ilk 281 _ __ _ __ -_ Unknown ____ 1.71 Jot I I.
Addition ______nnnnn._ _ :t4 25 30f 'Lot 10. lllk 92 _ nn__ _. ._______ Ronlstell' D___ 1.26 Lasts I Ilk 2 Hlk 282 _ - -- - - -- Lwl.. C B____ Lot 5,,
+ Lot 401 ___________ ____ __ _____ _ _ __ 34 26 30 1 Kenney W F_ 1.18 I Lot 93 Reardon I.IIt 22. ald Hlk : : :-h-n---- ____ 2.87 Lot ,
Lot 4(6 __,___________u ____ __ ___ __ _ 34 25 30 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 ( Lot :: 1J1 91 _: ::::::::::::::::::::: Albrlllon,: REAM U : Lot 10, Hlk 2S2 288 _.h_ ._:. . - - -- --- Unknown ____ 14. Lot N.
Lot 467 34 26 30 1 Unknown ____ i II.ots I. 2. S. Blk 96 _________ ___ Unknown Unknown 3.
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BIk ... M; Lot & 48--.--- John .''U Lot 61 _..__ Fretter Wm. l.PO
-------- ----.-- Unknown _... 1.18 Blk __ _.__...___._.. ., Payne, --
Lot 16' Hlk 1111 ----------..-----..... ., Unknown ____ 1..8 Pmt 4. Blk 41 _____._______........... JOlle. W 1-1--- .'74 ixvt 62 'iiir""iimiii"riiirAll -._.. ..,' t, Nelson. A aAHUt': ?
'Dlk .84 .. IAt Slater Ham/l N of Ry of Lot 46 __ .__ _.... '.' McCormlck,
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IAt'I'O, lUk: 99{ ..._....__.__..._._... 1 Cochrane 0 P 1.8 ton ________ 1.04 Lots 88 and 67 .....__-____...__., ';' __ h .'... Nelaon,. A 8' :, 3.84 ,
Lot IA' 141k U ----.---..-.---.-----. !I'arver. L M.. 1.8: Lot 8. Blk 44 __..___..__..__..._.:............. k--! . Be11. CaUl. -_. .74 lot69 -------.........__...___.__,... Bicker.. V C _- 1.10 _
Lot HIk ---?.--.-------- Unknown 1..8 Lot E., Blk 48 __,....................__...+-_.. _(. :. .-- \Vrhtht. J ____ .14 Tot Tl and 72 ......_..____.____.__ Wlnstonly, J If 3.14 )
I.ot ::114, BI K 194 ___+r...._._._._--'_ .- Unknown =\br 1.8 Lot II. Blk 48 __._________________.__ Williams. I H. .'74 Lot 811 ______ ..._____._ ... Walker. I H __ LIOLIO '
IAt I. Dlk 111 __________..:_.___?__. Hroadhur.t--i; : 1.8: lot 6. Hlk 48 ________...____._____...._.. He...... Albert .74 Lot 90 __--______.._.---_------- McDonald A C ,

tot 4.Blk 291 ______&.__._.____.___._ Unknown' _._. 1.18 lot 61 Blk ._._...._________..______ HUKh. JD A..... .74 EUREKA--d .. l.tt
tot 20, Hlk 1117 __..__..._....___...__ Fr"rr. J _..... 1.28 Blk 17 _,, _____.._..__ _____. Woodard. 0v .74 Lots 6 8. Blk B __:: ._:..,___.... Smith. M L.:_.
Lot 1. lk 2118 ___._..__.__________.. Unknown _. 1.8 lot 8. Hlk'47 ___.____________---__.., Brown. .Annl_. .'74Iot l.ot. 11. 18. IS. U Blk C .-_._.___..__ Walker 0 L-. .Lit _
11 Dlk' 198 ...___________________._ Lot I. Blk 48 _______.___________.___- Dell Nan"v ___ .14 Lot 17 Blk C ..._-_.:._..___.._... Yates, Berry; ..60LINCOLN
4f.ot 18. Btk 1118. _____________ Churchll W ii I.YE. lot I. Hlk iii ________________________ "' ....or. Wt11{ __ .74 HEIGHTS r I . I.
lots I. 4. 0. nlk 191 ______.______.____ Smith J'W 1'811 Lot 8. Blk iii ______._____h____...:____ Johnson Katte .74 iMt 4, Hlk B _._____ZLrfjt ______-.___.___ Burden. m.R.. __..It.It "..
Lot Jl81 Dlk 2911 ___________________ Unknown __= 1.8: Lot 11 Blk 111 __._______."' _.,.".== __ John.on. Joe __ .74 13.. Blk B _Alk._._..,..:>.....__--- --- - - -- Unknown ...- 1.11.
I.ot 2.. Blk 299 ___________,.___......_. Unknown 128 Jot 1. Hlk 6E ______________-______.___ L.vonard Frank .74 iMtm 21 and 24. ---------------- Klnale. B LKlnale. --_ L88
lot I. Hlk 102 _______:1: ____:_:______. Buckley J---- 1'28 Lot 7. Hlk 6E ________'-_______________ nrtfen' John -_ .14 Lots B and 12. Blk D. :- :: : M LiHamilton. A.- .81
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Lot 8. Hlk 80E ______________________ Unknown ---- 1'.8 Lot 2. Blk 61 _____________;-_____.___ IIofIlpNen Lot 16, Blk D _----_--::::::::: Q ,

Lot I II. Blk 101 ____. ___ ____ _____ Unknown "-- 1'28 Charles u___ L04
Lots 16 and 18. Blk 101 ______________ Unknown ::::: !::08 teal 7: Blk 68. ________________________ Prince. Bertha C L. BANDY.
Lot 19, 30 __________ ___________ Dav1, T %8' L -__________ 104l.ot.13. r
14. 16. 16. Blk BOA __________ 1Tnkn'wn _--- 3'66 .. 11. Hlk 63 ______________________ Burk..ttbC B__ .74 Tax Collector of Oaceola County.
1. 2. 3. 4.5. 7..H1J\ 801- -:: : 1/lilk 63 _______hU________ B u_ .74
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] 2 Hlk 308 ____ _____ IIogort JahnF 6,24 6. Blk 64 __-___________ --_'__ Hurk..tt. flam__ .14
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n r- Hughes 118 I.ut Blk 64 ________________ \Vllllam..I.I.I&I. ..74I.ot
18.: Dlle aolt __ ___________ ; -L 1:28: 10. hUn . .
Lot nu Macember C Jlaltle_.. ..74I..t --- _.-- -. '- '--- -- - --- ---
Bile 309 __________ Lot 12. Hlk 64 ______________ _____ J..k.. -
3. nuun Unknown ____ 128 Lot I. Hlk 66 ________ _______ 11 limo....'. Tom. ..1410t
II ilk 309 _____________________ uu .
12' 1'111, 309 Fling" D 0-W;; 1.8 1'28 1..1 2. HJk 66 ______________________ 'Gary. Nora' -- .74 I 3
: 310 _h---u--------___ ___________ Kln"", bury' 1'8 Lit 9. silk 66 nn________________ liuxeelh.l'ete__ .74
Lot 3. 141k 310 ___ nu__ _____ Unknown _- 1'28 Lot.. 12. Hlk. 66 _______nUn_______ CII-III" n' ..7810 /
1.01 A. _-__-_____--___ _-__-_ Wrl"ht J E-- 1'26 Lot 16. Hlk 66 ____u__________.____ __ ROIL tN." Eddie ..74l.uL Mid-Summer BargainsTen :
I 1.01 13. 310 .__ ___. nU________ Unknown _n_ 1'26 Lot 4. IIlk 1 614 _____nuuu_______ Ha.rt. KatIe E.. ..72,1 /
l 14. 131Iilkk -- -- Unknown __
I Blk 310 ______________ h I.ul II. Hlk 67 _..uu________________ T..onard. Frank .74
Lute and 22. Unknown __u 2.06 Lot 2. HII' 68 __________ ____ __ Wi.VIII _. .74
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1'1 I 6HIk 311 nn D yal A R---- 128 acres of good land 3 miles from rCiasimmee postoffice
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'Hlk 311 __________ __________ ny..I'F 1'28 luJ ill. LJlk 69 nunU____ Manning
6 8'Hlk 314 __ _________u___________ -'hB. 0 S 5f-__-_-_- 126 I.ut 16. Hlk 69 ________uuuu____ H'ddln. Jo.ulC'n._ .Z4..74Lute house, good well 8 acres fenced, 5 acres cleared. Cheap at $630.
____ ________ I.ul 3. Blk 60 _nn________________ I'uhack. .Ifie .w
i 2 3. 4, Blk 316 u hose 'W W 3'66 ____ __ ______ 11'oodward I. "
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1:01: 6. Hik 316 _______n Ureenhalgh; ;;: 1.28 Berl \ 101 1 )

'l.ut 1, r.14. Hlk IIlk 817 317 nnn---__-__-_-____-_-__--_________ MrN'al Unknown, G A-- 1'26 126 I.u. Hlk 64 _ n __ __ __ _________ _.."_ . c irfln. John, '__-_ 74 20 acres good orange land. I H miles from Kissimmee. on hard
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I I'ul IA. 1I1k 317 _- ___ -___n __-___ K..nOttR Mii 128 1ml lt. Blk 64 ___uu_____________ Blpnton.V u : road; 5 acres bearing orange, tangerine and grapefruit grove also
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Lol Blk 318 hUUU Wolf ___________ .7818
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1'.1 18'Ulk ___hn_____ ______ Paltl'on'M; ; 1 28 'UI 6. Ulk 8I _. .nUn___ 11. -- '74 100 young grapefruit trees. 4-room house good stables, all good .
I'u'. I' und 2, Blk 819 __u___ : Unknown 2,8 __ ____.____ Gary 74
l.ut 10 lilk 66 .
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I.ol 10 Ulk 31n9 u__________ Unknown 128 lot 16. Hlk 66 __ uhuun__ William... C 1- .7Iut / land splendid location

: 20'21'Hlk Hlk 3111 819 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: R H lthn b J"knj W1,26- 1.26 1 I.ot Lol 20. Blk 66 ____n___ _____________ y..r..lt, John I __ .74Ind .7Iut / have advantages of high school and be at home every night.

:: 12: Hlk 320 _________________--_ BUrri": U T_::: 1'28 Lot l HI, k676 -_::::::':::::::::::::::: hShaov: r: I t !::: :74I.ul Price $4500. Cash Two Thousand dollars and $500 per annumon

IN. Hlk 820 --------------------__--_ Unknown hn 126 Lot 12. Hlk 68 ____ _.________--______ :IIlnnl.._ ..7I.uI / '--
Hlk 321 ____ __ ______--__ Unknown _ 128 ,, .74 balance. .
f.. -- ____ n Lot 17. Hlk 68 un_ _____________ IIUKh ". &
1..1.. r. t/lld 8. HJk :922------____ Unknown n__ L06 Lot 18. Hlk 68 "_________________ Sam. na Ld _ .74 -- --.
I.ul I 6, Ilk 323-----------------------:::::: : : Unknown ---- 128 1.1 4. Blk 69 ____________________.___ Mr lnn..n. T 10' .7J
Lute 1 and 4. ISIk 921 :::: --- tlnknown 206 Lot 7 7U Allan. .74 About 83 acres good land, one block from Ry. depot, four mile_
:Lute: : 12 and 13. Blk 314 -------------__- Unknown :::: 206 Lot 8.: m 71 :::::::::::::::::::::::: al o rd.Lul .'LI.. :.74 ,

. 11. Itlk 326 __________n________ Unknown ___ 128 Lot /. Blk 11 ___- ___- --.__----.__ _ Spaulding.16 ( leoeo. .74 from Kissimmee, handy to school and church and best ot shipping
Lot 1), Ilk 321. ___n________"__ __ I' ullrr! A Cu__ 1 28 1..0' ink 71 _ - nh ___ ___-____ U avis. B'nj 74 facilities. There five Acres of bearing with 6 bearing
I..t 16. Blk 316 -------------------- BIICKlnll. C C__ 126 1..1 3. Blk 72 _____________ Cooper \Vlll 1 111 74 are grove,
hot 17. Blk 828 __h_________-________ Unknown n_ 1.26 Lot 7. Hlk 72 .nun_- _-nn____________ __ A ndereml.---------------- John 74 grapefruit trees and 269 young grapefruit trees planted last winter.
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1.ot 2. Ilk 32H ___ Unknown __ 128 1.01 H. Blk 72 __________ __ _ Smith. Jreex 101 .14
Lute 4 and: 5. m n: ::::::::::::::::: P.rver, C N -- 206 Lot 3. Hlk 73 _ _.______ __..__ .. Srarlptt. rank 7Leta / About 15 acres more land cleared for planting to grove next winter.
Unknown 208 Joe_ 7.ot /
8 and 4. 1.01 3. lUk 7/ ____
Y, HIk 330 .. ________________ ____ Unknown :_-:: 126 Lul 141k 7/ hn.h Holdr"o; B .7/ and part of this grove is located in the artesian belt, very fine trucking
]Lots: ,6 and 6. Blk 330 .________n----- Kirk ------208 I l.ut //.O'B 7G -_:::::::::::::::::::::: r.::..,. nMa ::: ::74 and farming. Best of reasons for selling, can meet the owner ,
r- liakrr, R Lot Blk 78 ___ John.an j R_ ..74.Iot
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Lot 3.H. ilk U :::::::::::::----- Unknown -:::: g Lot 3. Blk 76 _mnUU_hU___ __-_.un___-____ Thompson fL_ .74 and deal direct, come see this splendid proposition, where an ex"C

Lot 4. Blk 333 _n____ "" __________ Unknown --- 1,214 Lot 4. Blk 76 __ ____nu.n________ \Vlllle. Allan ..7Lot / cellent of commercial dimension will the rich.
Unknown 1 26 __ ________.__ I .74 grove grow owner
lot 13.
Lot 1.12.. IIPlkk 33n _ :::::::::::::::::: Unknown :: :: 128 .n.. 11 lllkk 7766 .u--u----------unn 1IIIOkt:1: t. CcH---- ..74Lt -N-

16, Hlk 383 __ Unknown n__ 128 Lot 10. Blk 78 _--_____ ____._ -- -__ Smith. nlrhard .74
3 3.-------------- Orlmm H 2.06 _ _ _. __ __ ..14I..t
Lots 17 nnd I H.Blk h 1.01 16. Blk 71J _ - -- ---- \Vul.on. Carry 127 acres bordering on large lake four miles from rCissimmee.
l 16.Ilk 333 _ - __ _--___..___--___ Unknown un 128 Lot 3. Blk 79 __ .u __ -_ _ _- _- __. __ _ __ Mary _ .74
Lot 9, IIIk 334 n ______-_ __-____.____ Unlnown n_" 126 Lol.. 10, Blk 711 _- -_ ___ __ ____ ____ __ IIUlCh"II. 1.1."It. .74 plenty fine hammock land, about 8 acres grove, six-room house.
16Ilk 334 ______________________ Unknown -. 126 I.ul H. Rlk 80 --___ __ _--__- -. ___- __ Rowers Ikr _ .74 '
I Lul Lot. I 1I1k 337 -.h. _____.________ Unknown h 128 Lot 1. Ulk B ___--_ _ --__ __ _- -- And..rllon. M C 108 three flowing wells, l land all fenced and cross fenced excellent place! ?
7ilk,: 338 _ __ ..n.u_. Unknown __ n 126 Lot U. Hlk O nnhUU._. Fnatxr. Jo1..IIlp__ 74 for large and This is worth $100
Lot
8 Hlk 33M __ .______.u______ Unknbwn u_ 126 Lot 16. Blk (S __ __ .__ __ __ __ _____ Juhn.on. \VIIL .71I.ot prosperous grove. property per
Lot. 17 IIlk 340 _- __--____----_______ Unknown .--- 128 Lot 22. IUk U __ _ ___ _ __ .__ __ And'r.on. Anna .74 1 acre on favorable terms, and is a bargain. Grove is in fine condition )\
1'.1. 1M: Itll 34(1( . _ ._ ____ n_ ___ __ ITnkn..wn. n__ 126 .Lot. 26. Blk U __ u _- _ _ ___ _ Jlllrd 'lh"L ..74I'.t
2ilk 341 _ ___ ___ -- --- ..- cbr... II u_ 126 JIS"IMlltJoE ('IT)'. good crop this year. Favorable terms of payment can be *
17 I IlIk 341 u_ .. ____ _. _n_____ __ tTnk""wl1 -- -- 126 II.... 4ddlllo.nd . had. This is of close investi ation.N ''
"In 1'.1"+1 11 12 \Ilk 342 _. _ _ -_ __ tTnk'wwl1 20' .\11 \\.r lly or block II ,..xu,1 1I' f0Tlahon.rv I worthy '
: Itllt 114' .- --.on -- --- .,, F J. ]126 CI "fT S cud or Lot 3 _ _. _ _ _ u lIu"h..... Hoh' r. 810 !
I'I u .. Hlk ::144 ____- __u___ .IruuNUn( S 1. 126 110.g 1'1': Cur Block 11 'W .f A C L RvIal
:: i. ill It :(l4f, .. ___n__ (lull. II' 11 126 run N f.I rtV 100 rt tJ 60 It JoJ lOll ft 1...nnnrd. F 2211 Large rooming house, close in, well located, and can be had
1'.1 IlIk 346 .- - - - - - -- \1"11... A If 126 i"" g r.1I rt N of SE Cor of Blk 11 W of
1M 16' IIlk 347 __ ___ __ ____ __n__- __ Unknown 126.A (' J. It\ run N 60 fl tV \C'O' rt !S 50 well worth the money and on reasonable terms H HN ;
Lot If' 1111, 34M ___ ___ __ ____ ___ _ Unl..uwn u __ 1.26 rt g IOU nLot ___ _ _ __ _ _. \Vnddl... \V I- 26UInd :f
II'' Hlk 34M __ n_ _ _ _ _._____ Unknown _u_ 1 128 11. IL 1 Dreuab.. Addltlu. -- -
Dlk 348 ________ _ ___________ 'ulm..r. Ju_ _ 128 Lot 4 Hlk G Uunh_ __ ___ ___ ______ Ya"'II. P A u_ 91 Can furnish fine colonization close <
lot 16' 'HuNT ADDITION TO ST. CLOUD Lots. 7 und V. Hlk G __ _ _ _ _ _u_ ThomBII.\\'n\t"r 7 R7Iote a property in consisting of

I LAKE 3 find 4. Blk 401 --____--_ _______ rminoln. Land II".......... AddltluA '520 acres, remarkably cheap, and on terms, would make a .
I Inv Co. .. 524 1..1 3. Hlk 2 _ u u. uu _ ________ Wi111nmx. 1. u 479 gnat
Blk 407 _ ___ __ ___ ____ -___ 11..lo1Own u_ 270 Lot 2. IUk 3 _. _._ __ _ .pu Itobhxon, 1l..... place for small colony.
I't 5 M' 409 __ ______ _ ___- ___ ___ I1nkllown u 270 .1. - ___ 941 -
IUk 484 -. _- _ ______ _____ _______ 1'..k""W" 270. 1..1 4 Jllk 6 . -U. n..". _ 1066 -N-
Lol .,6. and Blk G. Hlk 414 ____________u__ Oullilw. II C u 2768 I I.ul. G; and 7. Hlk 6 __ __ _ _ _u __ \Yonvrr. 11V_ 13.00 Write for bargains in line. b
Lots 7' B1k 4&6 -- S.'I-- olc Land Lath 1 131k 16 (nuuld..lIpnry 1200A any
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LOTS I.ol. .L _. __ __ ___ _ _____ __ ___ 'I""lnK C \Vh 066 NELSON REALTY COMPANYOver
43" __ _ -- --- Ntrrrxlt FIf. 468f. .Lot,. 7t ,unJ,,I 24 . . . _ _ __ Kissimmeet
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( ___ _u. _-__ __ _.. ___ ___ 11..1..wl1 666 IIIlId Co. -_ 1619
q'_' 47 - _u_ ____ ______ 1'.kIHlwn -- 6,21 1..t 34 _ . _ _ _ Hu"'ro. Mran Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA.
:I b/ unll 69' : ::: : ____- ___nn__ _ Bute,. 11 W_ _ 118N M A __ u 689Lol
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a . .- -- S..rulnnl.! Land Lot 3'Lu --- Cull. C I _h_ 4..9I
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_ __ __ __ __ ____ ___ ___ 11..knuw" 63M Lot In _ __ _n __ ____ __ lake.. O,'e. -- 3.84
I Lit I'.t 96 14 _ __ _ _ _____ __ __.___ Unknown .h 63M Loth. H I"" 210 _ .n.n ____ Clr..n.O..o 6.73
__ __ -_-_ _________--___-_ Ilnknowl1 621 Lute 26 and 27 _ . _ .o. .u __ Lenkc. F.1I"a.. 6 3
"I.ul 136 _ __ __________ ________ 11nknow" - - 6.21 1,01. 2' and 29 _ - . - __ .llIrk....... If _-4 06L'113N ,
Iol:: 187 _ _' __ _______ __ __ Unknown u_ 6.21 1..1. 34 ,wd.3 __ _ __ .nn I'rnch H08R__ 408I'
_ __ _____ _______________ Inkn"wll - -- 6.21 11 ra. M. C'. .11..k.. dub-111. ofl.u .
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: l 114811 -. __ _ __________________ lTnknown -- h 6.21 J.... 5(1Lul JULY
t __ _____n_ ___' _____" Unknowll ---- 6.21 1.1" 26 and 27 __ _ _ -_ __ -_ -_ _ N'111Inms. Snm. 103 "-
141 ____-_-___-_______________ Unknown u u 6214 alts A IJrrbyua/re'.n. labIJ.. e' Annual Excursion
I 1..t 142 143' n __ _____ ____ Unknowll -- 6.21 ..... of ..... 6/\/ n
I'I -- --------_____________.___ -- Unknown ____ 6.21 I and 2 - ____ .__ --_ ____ _--__- \Vhlte. P G.___ 1.61I
I.ut 111 :_-::::::::::__ _____________ Unknown ---- 6.21 lg 'N.: Cur Lot 76 run S 189 ft.W. .. 2ND ,
I Lot 146 n ______ Unknown ---- 8.21 210 ft :-; 189 ft E 210 ft __n________ TIner, S A.___ 2.91 ,
I L-------------__ .. Unknown 6.21 n"KW ('Or Lot 18 run iii 13754 ft
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lot 141 -----_____._.____________ Unknown --i.- 8.21 H ] 6.ft.. N' 181. ft N 106 ft ___ Sanders 'V J-_ 1.111 TO' '.
l ___ ---------.L...... Unknown ___. 6.21 U"K-O": cor lot 91 run S2 tt 'V 112 ,
F1..0--------------1411 __ ....... ........-...".N.."" Unknown .._ 8.21 ft N 4a It H 119 tt ______._____.....r '+ c ffr.en.O n____ 4.a8 '. "
tot 1&0 --:--.--..--.., ._..+.. .."..4e''' Unknown ____ 8.21 Lul 81 .____________________..._-\o___,. "4"., : f l( ." . Mllxe... iii E____ 12.110 '
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161 ". V' .;... 621 .............. IIub-IJ". of Dlkr D I. sad Savannah Ga. $7.50
I.ot 168 ::::::::______...._;._+. ___. Unknown Unknown ----. 8.1 L.tlnknown a S '

I.ot 15-------------------------------: ; :::- g I Lbt 18:! _ _ _ _ 1-.I..r.. Uub 406( iIT{

: .::.t a -u__ _ ITnl".wn __ 621 .\11 (HII. (II I. _ u _ rhampxon' I' 650I.
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- - - --_- .--_-_-_-.-__- Ilnknuwn G 21 hboem.ker'. "uh-U"a of 111k II .. I Charleston S. G. $9.59
1'.1. Jr.7 ._ - :: :::: :::: Inln:: : :::w n f 21 I.ot / II. ." Anon 623 ,
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I "t If.-----------------------_ u_ ]tnennw u 6 21 Lot, I Dourgnn. .\ I: __ 28I : ROUND TRIP RATE FROM KISSIMMEEVia
I I ,:'tt 11.0id ----n- : ___ ITnl".wn _-- f: 21'i' .Eat, l'hlxhuln6 WI- .
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1..1162 -- -- - - - ____ _ __ 1Il nuknun' _ 221 L.u4. _ I'rlor. :Mary __ 479

:I..t.,. 169 .- : :::: :::::::: ::_ ____ linknuwuwwu' __ f21 il:: 's Itlh 1'" 1.; __ __ u _ .uu. _ Rn s. Chu. 796I I
I, :It If/ ___. __ __ Ill k nu w n :< t1 '1r HIk 1 J. no - - u __ _ "ul n. 1. F: doI ATLANTIC COAST LINE 4
I I 165 - u _- :: :::: Ilnknuwn:: : :: _ g: II 1, 1 6kUaw
1..1 (614 ---u: - -- 1'1. n G; 21] \11 ,.1 I.. ; ; or of Itlh 1 I.' fo rUIJ, .

: ':: 10.------------------------:; __ _ ____ _ ____ IInl"\\n 1121 .7.I It !I: 190! fttC 710 ft N 19& rt _ ""Ka' II .T \i'! IRON I .
I I ( - .( N'x, I ltnt :, M. } a 1778 oI
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\dAllYI'IA I I llugbrx. I'' A 74 1..1 I. 2 :9, 'HIk 7 - __ 51..Iler.( A .I - 1946I

I .,I i.2 \-1-----------------------, I =_ _______ _____ _ __ __ J.elrr .. :1.11111 H Lut, .1 1 Itlk H 1I"'r.' Jo.II. I TICKETS ON SALE JULY 2nd, FINAL LIMIT JULY 17h.
I ..t\ '. 1lk I __ __ __ 1\'".hl"o" "h"'h _ Ifo 114I
.,.1 I 1<11..1 --- -- -- - - l11NIjr 1114( Lath :":. 4. :. Itlh J: .\d.II iv. Wilford 2211 Tickets will be good on regular trains going and retnrning. .

.__ ____ __ 1'et.. Nall. M T Z4 Itubrrt II...... %.....nd 'dl..a Pullman
____ ___ .u I For information or reservations call
1 4. !ilk 4 ___ __n___ ____u_ .__ __ W11I11I1II8.l CN: __ 74 Lug I _ u _ IhilldNall(( .I11 100I ] ,
I 1 t '1111" ___ ___ __. __ __ ,I'IItltNOI". AI- .. I' It II 1,1. !honey on nearest Atlantic Coast Line Agent or
I 1311 6e. n .n 'brrhl u 1/4. ,It. '" IIIUNI 1..1.; 'I 1) 'ur, lot N. Blk 1l', I
. . __ SOIlIl.I.I'.. H R_ H"" run ( 4:1: d..I" 'V 2/i/ rt N 47 d.. N' 72I W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent KissimmeeJ.
I .t I I., RII::. 7 ---_ "_ __ I'll' ur. .1 II h __ 74 ft N3: drK li 2f. fl S 47 &.g. E.2 ft IN+II ,lu. 5-1. .. \ 21.26
_ _ G. Kirkland., D. P. A. Tampa Fla. Y. R. Beazley T. P. A
.1 ISII n ___ _ \\'llllx. A".. _ 74 11.1 f. .and Lot. 4 10. II ..IIi" 6 rt 41r11.t I ,
: : : I(WI". 7--: : : : : .___n__ Corr. I'"nl: .. 74 I \\1.Io..rr. \\ .hl.; JIll. 20 _ .._ !Sa' 'tgr. II n_ ]46.13
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I 14' 1HIIk ____ _. _ Hrl"hl./ .I C. 74 I ....... rll'a.. .4.I1111u.I .
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I I.'. )1111'11' kN __ 1 Wlllla,,,,. ItIJz. 1 I'II'' ,u,,11 I 1t 1 1d, urrusx 1 E: aide l "f IolaI
I I' - - - _ _ "I'un. .11. Annlr F' 5U9
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_ _ __ Fabb" I."HI, 7411.nt 6..; 1 Itll. I .. Coh..o" I. II. 276
1 ''I I ':' Ilk M - _-.n u Fluid Sam" _ 74 1.,1 i'. HII. I' "Cuwll Annle_ 276I C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary., .
I I 1 I. 1,1k, R u. -- -- SImmM. Julia 74 11alhva N' lddltlon.
, 1111. N ._ ___ -- u : Joe _ 120(1t
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: : Itlnk. ItO.II. 74'N'Y: 1 lilt r-:
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t I.I 11 .n .. n. usual' 7411".f; 1.1, .u'd I..h ;vii ( 'm Lot 2
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I 1 Hl1\k u ___ __ Ihn. .IN. .1 I II 74 : run '" :.11 fl 11 Ina' ft N r.u fl J-:: IOU ft The Waters & Carson
I 1 1 \ 13 --- ------- --- --- - - --_ G: wN"m II! tin 74 HII '" __ llnnx. 11,. 5tra S 687I :

I 1111.13 - - - (1 1.1\., r I"1'\ 74 N '. "uC.I'dd'''.... ,
HII.13 "'<- II. rut. lxun. Lot i lllk it . _ _ Rrnllh..JI' ___ .67
I Hill 13 . Mallh" 1U4 : '. 1.,1 1 1116.I< h. 'U I\"rllhill. Jr8I \
I(1st.( I. 1 ) 1. 74 E A - 364I
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I 1111' 14 . - .u I urn.Ii,. FIrnh, 74 'I.", ::1 "". IJ . . _ Smith. JI"1 911
1 1111.! J4 _ .- -- - 'I'huropvuu. ,, ,. II. C. Ulller'N Ile ..nb-Ulu of III" It toI Grocery Company
I I 1 111k 14 - - - -- - -- I'rult, I IIJ.t(( i .Lot A . h __ __ 51111,.x. 11 C __ 161
1Vtshtnk I 1(111'. \1. C. ....... 4ddlllo.tiuxrll :
'I. I'I l I III( 14 _ __ __ _ . - 1 1114 ': 'I.ul ". _u _ Unk"own n 1 19U11I1 I

16 _. - -. -. -- IJunl: ', ; .'Iucrl. HrlhaL. 74'74II.u'; I L.I:::: \ :: :: : :: : UnknowI Ilnknuwn: : : :::: 1S0I 19(1 Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES

I 6. n -- I'Mrotour.',,. .1l'h" 74' I :. ... I.raIc. AddltlouI
I I t 1I. I .._ _ - .-- lid: a'ur,1r, I..I _,_+ unJ 23 .... _ __ n _ Wllrllll. It n. ._ 190
I I Ill lll! II! ___ _ . 'd----- ( 'hn ,111.. I 1114 l.o'H 2" alld 30 __ _ . : __ n P..n."n A F.__ 190 f fI

I I II lie 19 _ _..___ __ ___ '- - ---_-_ \\' (:I;'17.J;::; .iullu S 74 4 i I .\ .I,v: I 1.j.: :NI: Klln'N: :'k ;;;'IN .h'q ii of_ N I''u' f. HEI 28 II 29

1111. 20 __. __________ ______. SnunI,.IN. Ren .'" 4 1111. I _ _ _ n. _ _ _ Yates Mr.If"ry 334
(Elk 21\ ._ __n_ ____ __ _ u______ 1II\'r.( II .\_ ._ 74 I L,,I.. r. and 6;. Blk I __ _ .. u. __ II .. rgrrvr. \V H 1 !III I #i ir
I I __________________ W ____ 899111k 0 _
1111.( 21 nh 111..1.. ,," ,", I uud 2. U4 - ___ __- _ __ _ Cody E
1 r 23 u ______ ___ _ ____ __ IIOIII'r I 1114 1.0.1 1 t. f.. !Ilk 4 _.__ ___ _ __ lIoII"lun.\ F- !.61 : c + + c + + . . .oooaCaaa oe + + + e. +
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I ..t, ''I itll 23 ... ,._____un__. ________ \10'\' '. .III") ___ 74 LutnII and I 12. ilk A u__ . ... Flmpxup.. .I.IV.. 276I 4) 4 +
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I'I I 1l1.! 24 51' Lauri I'AII1 74 H1N.Immer 1I.I.k. WE SELL: < WE BUY .7O .
I.. r I 1 (Ilk 2. __u______. ________ \\1111"108. C C_ 74 1 I : ,I''n. galls' sub-Vh.. ofV. 94 of 1-- HAY I :
I I., ,, "Ik 26 _______ __ _.. .__} A"tholl'. Jullu. 74 I Xli'v or s"4": and H'! uf SI '" of SE : .
r I.I Ilik 26 --_________ -_-- ______ Spnuld/u< / O"U' .74 '. or I 1'4''h_ -_ __ __ hU_ IS II fLot1A / 4- HIDES, O
I.ut 13: "1\\' !6 ____________ ___ ______ \Vnsrunn. 1.0' III. Hlk 4 ___ _ _ __ hnn_ B..lh T .1. n__ 8(4i ( GRAIN, OO I n
"Ill 26 --_____:__.____ ___ l'or l'Y ___ 104 Lot t.,. Hlk 6 _.. . .. ..__ u uuu___ 1)l I... F Mu 9Rhlovd O *
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Lot I I'' Hilt 28 ______ _____ _ ___ .. ____ I'owl: li..J lit ,74, :L Lul:::t sHny- N 2.1 4.\.f.6. 7. Jj-r-( ; : : : :' : :: :::: Axford.Donegan John Cattle Atl :' FERTILIZERS OO .+

I I.'t I Hlk 27 __nn_____ _____..____ "' .... PII'M..J II __ 74 Lot 8.Hllc( 7 __ uuuu _ - -__ Waring. H D__ 1.03 .
I Lot 11 IIlk 21 _______n_.__ ___ ______ Vat. In. __ .74 1.01 7 Blk 7 _- ._ -- ____ _ _ __-- --__ 1J0n"If"n Cattle SHINGLES, OO + +
I.nt [S111k'. 28 _____ _________ ______ '" "", ,,,, Co. _________ 1..33 O +
1..1. Blk 28 __ ____ __ -- ___"_ ('h"rl"8 .__ 104 Lot 3. IIlk 8 _uhnnUU A> Van Susan n_ 7Lots 4 and 6. IIlk 8 __ nhh__ _____ Jenklne. 10' H__ 1.81 AND + a
Lot 1.1Ilk 28 ___-----------n------ GBry. Nora n 74 1,01" 8 and 9. Plk 8 ________. ___un__ Don..gan Cattle O OO +
Lot ,4 t.. silk 80 ________ _____________ Rueeell Fanny nn .74 Co. _________ 1.91 ORANGE WRAPS, OO ALL .
Lot' IIlk 30 n______________________ PBtter.on. W M .74 1.01 6. 1IIk 10 __U.h--u-n-- Axford. John__ 109L.t r
Lot 1. Hlk 81 ____________-__________ Jones. Ernest .74 (TNI'IATT(:H [..ANDBLot + .
6. Ulk 31 _____________,_________- Lane. Janes J .74 Beg 70 yda N of BE Cor of SW'Y ofLot C. VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY .
N. IIIk 31 ________________________ \Vltllame. J P_ .74 Sday run N 70 yd. W 70 yd.S 70 +
3. Block 38 ______________________ S..a..r. David .74 "de ];: 70 yd. _____________________ I' 98 .1 1 Le.e.n... '.111
L 012. Hlk 34 ________________________ Best J W____u_ .74 F' of W of S ( oc aWv. _u___ It II 3111 Wat.on SA 181 C. CRATE NAILS, C. PRODUCE. + N
Lot 1. Blk 15 n______________________ Btewart John .74 .J., of NW\ of N of NW-V. ____ II al I' .I Ram.ey.MnJSL 104L + .
Lot 18. Blk 88 __ ______________.___ B"I420!\ ft and 210 ft N of.-SE cor + . . .OS. + .
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ot 14. Blk 36 ______________________ Rowen: Will l-- ;7j 114W24 of NW run N 110 tt W IO .
Lot: 18. Blk I' ________n____________ Mango Wash__ .74 tt B no ft E no tt _________n___ II 21 1/ I Unknown u__ ..U .t
Lot 1. Rlk n ________________________ Burk..tt Barn .74 I U.", Cor of SW 51 of NW V. run E -
I L.ot 4. Hlk n ______________________ TIIII.! lla :: .74 I 18W N no ft W no ft S 110 tt____ II II" 1 M1m.. W D____ 1.111 We tell field and garden aeeda of all '
Lot __________ KISSIMMEE- kiada.
9. Blk.n _____________ Forr'.t, Afile WEST
Lot 10. BI.l; n ._ _-------------------- May __un__ 104I.ot.. 6 sod 8. Blk 1 __________________ 7 Addis. W __on I.U : 'We gire apeeial attention to fitting oat banting and camping parties
Mitchell.Burrill .74 I Lot 5. Blk 16 _ __nhnU____ a Sutton, Mn EC ,88 Free delivery) I in city limita. Phone No. 12. ;I +

Lot 7, Rlk 18 ______________________ \ Clair p.C_____ I'INEDALE-
LoI Y nlk III _________________ ------ W..yman.Dor.le ..7Lot 6 __ u-._____________ Donaldaon I B 1.10 We are county agents for good fertilizer*. Art ua far circulars mm*
Lot Blk 4)404kPler.on.. Jacob .74 Lot 8. _ _uu.u___ NOble. P C___ 1.10 price on fertW...... -
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.. FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1913.
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KISSIMMEE
15 PAGE 1 2. THE VALLEY GAZETTE .

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..... 1 GI FI PARKER SELECTED ville. Daytona and Fort My rs, t


Listen! . : GRAND MARSHAL Hiram Nannie; The Powers judges'Hayes,of were'of Rollins Winter Mrs.College Park Professor,,MI68- for ''I I CIassifUAdvertisements.: I.I I.

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tae rate .f FIB.
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j A do .' many years a teacher in the Chicago '. I'
d we not puff '- .', IVr line For Kmr .._.110.. .
'from public schools, and the Rev. Dr. J. I . . . . . . . . .
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Goodrich Lltch of All i I J I I fI 1111111. -
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over your eyes: engage small boy" to coach them upI I church, Winter Park t I FOR RENT.

) (I! on' Clio latest rules and jnside plays : These judges assigned the first pri/e || FOR SALE. .----' I -.-- .

We put it onyourhaock. :: of the !game It 1s also suggested that'. to W H Cordner" Jr., and the!\ second 1 i f OR SALLU 'a- \Wiiram.- motor I i iI FOH 'RENT OR SALE-Two- tory
'I to Anna Chambei.-lain both of building on, Brack St., North
;' particular attention be given to basetunning pure ", I I boat adflv" :J0x4.\'J. ; \r in. draft; store

l h i' the "Fats" and that the"Loans" I the Duval High School Jacksonville-. I j' 1.2 h. p, I ,: >.cle! cyl <'"K'n' <>; ful1lenna; Kissimmee.. II. Stanford 29-tf.
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well It i IH hoped that the Iol'ida( Audu- ----
f1 arc supplied with sacks | 4w'ytbinl! .uew.. : i
\ 01 basketsith which to handle the I,.. btn Society will be able to offer sunilaf I| cxunpiiw.part if; desired! :-;ie Saunders I DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. "
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f I haul hits that will no doubt be made '"' piizpB: next year, and-that a till i 1IaI'ger I "G11Zettc-effitv'r-/ tf'. Tiller. .
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l by tin Fat Any changes in the i nUll}!" '"' of voung ,people, up 1 I I ..--",- .. .
Q line'-up will bo announced later but ana 01 1 i .--c'Mting many of thy high schools' of'', S.I.EBay: ; -a,,"il| % ht"Ap, : I rill< > : HI--T::-: Six-room concrete bun-

l.ugi, number of reserves will berU''d.t the State. may: participate. in the. context I 1 I ph to lG: <; \.ius \11l"w; 2JfI (I-'alo\\ Summer rate. G. L. SawN -
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who feels that he
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j The 1 recent 'bthe Icgis I Ilutuiv ('ITY Lei) rfor:- -ale (',ih or \I'rmM
ran i do the stunt just as well as heuted passage I I I l I
I I suer, t i F.i 1J1..N I I '! room cottage in Prospers
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I to ix welcome to prepare himself <>{ the Robin Protective Hill Also h"III'II1! 'a'I'i > 1 Pull) { -

t l for the game ""f the Hunter's License Bill, and of |i I'aik.-i'. -t1f:\ i .Addition\ .six dollars per month.

the Game and Fish Warden Bill in- :Nelson Realty Co. 21-tf .N,
i The will he called at four'
frame land
] in
Rood
iI SM LE I t\u act -
{ dicate how greatly the i interest {in I FOR -
I I I oclock and looking over the line-up I IIt these matters is I'lI1l'tlal.I.tHl'd aid ,pl'Wed, ,' ; -1-
throughout -
increasing
{ will be seen that there are BO many Sell outright MISCELLANEOUS.
: the State. These bills, if they loom house; fence, etc
I old time stars from the diamond that I Ahal'lCulI1
trade for t piopeitv
become laws and or "lly
'
are properly executed .
this game will be one of the fastest '. | I MS,: ;'I'I \\idi gold bracelet with
will Box 1"hisininiee'"
I greatly forward the work
1 ever played in Kissimmee. Ztfpd.t 'i.ink kttirsTA! engraved on
of protecting our birds, and fish
With thousands of visitors game - : ether i side I If found return to
coming (
) and thus conserve the resources of - --- ,
I from the nearby towns and a well the State I'OR) SALE: Good fie..h (Georgia; farmof \'IM.HI 1 1.ei'. 24-tf

The fleecy lamb Is the emblem of our known statesman as speaker of the William Fremont 120 acres. for -U400). or will tykeresidence 1-- ---
Blackman, 1i > A neck scarf with
i 1H'M( '\ lady's
valued at
day all other details having been arranged {\in Kissinimio |
i business. He is our "trade mark, assuring properly by the subcommittees Presidfnt $800 as part payment: For 1 partu-. gold pin attached Owner can have

I you that we sell ALL- WOOL clothes. it is now a matter of time until ADVERTISING HI CIRCULARS ulars and description, of farm and! 1 .same l by ailing at this office, prov-
and for
1 the great day arrives that will be a rare opportunity, write WalterHead fug I piMipt-itv paying this

But vedo not "fleece" you on the price. red-letter dayin the history of the The New York Herald has a very' Lumpkm (.a.: R F l II) t.2f i __ notne 26tf

t We are here to stay here, and to keep on cIty. timely advertising article and on of foolish money methods wasted of in >-4t p --- WADE, the tuner. Ortaa..

building our business larger by selling The parade of the Horribles and that way. The article calls particular 1'OR SALE in Oi, lan.lo. Bungalow --.-1-
i Antiques will come under the super- lit EET me at Kissimmee Drug Co.
and,, ill ,
attention to a habit in so citiesof swan ioin, lath panliv i ;
well-built clothing at businessbuildingprices. vision of G. I.'. Parker and all those many and we will get a drink of the best
and
who are arranging to appear in the advertising means of circulars conveniences. ; prueticnlly/ new soda water made. 31ttrx
When these are neatly folded placed in (J'.t-da" iniulitum, good In" a
line of march in costume, will reportto
in envelopes and mailed the plan is tion and (I1'''-edgem\ 'slim nt ; \\ ill

If you have never bought your clothes the .Judge at once poor enough because they are seldom hear HIM'st ijratKin. "fore and .
:{:.y<-:rw.:":": ;:":-- :-:-pp4.OdA444.O< opened and read, and the system is I tern'right it t: snld .it iiiKi" none,
from us, come .In ; we will open your eyes > : > + f
somewhat of Adilis
expensive at that. But jroiiitf to mint' out iit\

., on the looks, the quality and the price of, *} / PRIZE ESSAYS!\ qAl'DI'BIN 4a : about the most absurd method of ad- Dr) I bos Hi" mti,'u ,. Uo\ :;I :'i" :JtpI I :.1.:: Are You Looking f

\'l..tunngthat now prevails ill the promiscuous -
.1.
the kind sell. o
we > + < <: < .:. + : < < < < 4y > :> <: :> distribution of circulars Its FOR I SALE llousihohi goodat) I pn'' :'t;:: For
u common method, however, and rate sale ( 'all l between' I ands ';il :

Some time age> the Executive Comniittec shows a persistence. worthy of a Letter p. m. Mis; Kulp JI I H. C. STAnIORD fc CO. of the Florida Society ','
Audubon cause I- '; I lip l ','

offered u first and second prize 1 (iiculars are stuffed in letter !boxesat '1'

,I\\< for the !best essays, written by pupilsof front doors. shoved under the doors ---.J :y:: A .Select Home?

Florida high schools! ,* on subjects mil, thrown on porches and lawns. 'I'::1_: A Choice Farm?

connected with I the work of the KOeietv They I are offensive, to the eyes of the I hate

at fho subjects on which the essays neat housekeeper and thy invariably 'i:' City Lot Near In?

were to be written were 1. The .receive scant attention. Not one in ahund..tJ FOR RENTNicely :::
; City Lot Near the City
Et'onomlt.'alul' of Birds to Parraers read in the
is They are cast .
Paint Per Gal. $1 and Fruit-growers; 2, The Plumage I waste basket or garbage can and the furnished Kms ::+z:; Limit?

Birds of Florida including personal result shows the advertiser has spent

observations; 3, The Native SongBirds his money to little purpose in a t Some Orange Land at a

of Florida, including personal Business men should get away from Modern Equipped l House Reasonable Price?
'J observations4; The History and Work this primitive method. The purchasing i

of the Audubon Societies of the United public looks to the newspapers to from $1 1.:>0 a week UiMr | .

1 States ; 5, Bird and Game Reservations -'I find out what is for sale and the experience -

I ill the United States-Purpose} I of all successful houses shows *. E. E. Well t. Ask

To close out. we offer while History, Fauna Results, with personally that newspaper advertising< by far Real Estate and Insurance :f'[ Mrs.I Summers

drawn the best
maps. advertising! 203 Broadway Phone 272 flail PfnfIJ Are
=
it lasts 2OO gallons of ready The first prize offered was $10 in t

1 cash, the second prize, a copy of The first great lesson for a farmerto r-- J rY.-: }r o oooooooooooo.
IN
mixed paints COLORS at
Frank M. Chapman's "Hand-Book of learn is that it costs less to grow

Birds of Eastern North America." 75 bushels of corn on one acre than
r the low price of 1.00 M++
,,; very Twelve !essays were submitted by it does to grow it on three.of .
I G. A. CARSON. J. A. rRANlOKl S.
',' L. LUPFER
,\ per 'gallon. No white paint in President I..P..ldo-n\ Ree..rJ''

:" this lot. Here is chanceto
.' ,your
THE SWEEP OF SCIENCE
II
.
secure a high grade, satisfactory \ KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO..


paint )below first cost. By EDGAR LIH'IEN LAKK1NSweeping


t now through theery plains, forests and mountains, and .; Rough and Dressed e.
l .
portals of infinity, the imposing march that they were surveying, watchingall
the new and strange things discovered -
of late science is impressive and awe- PINE
and making records And LUMBER
is awakening
"pirinK :Modern man -
that in time two groups should come
to a glimpse') of realization of his in sight of each other. And that
f
poweis Recent extreme accuracy soon another and then another until II

in refined research in measurement, all were close together Upon comp HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

w-ighlngand computing{ has surpassed 1 ;>rmg notes of surveys imagine that I
: %W. B. IHAKINSON; CO.
all previous attainments J JI these should reveal the astonishingfact

I In this note some idea, it is hoped, I that all of the groups were travel- II II II I II I I I II I II I I I I II II I I I t.f t t I M I I I I.Til II I I I I I

Kissiminee will be given of what explorers, researchers I ing toward one and !the same point. .

,, Florida diggers and delvers are I This would surprise them and be of
1 '
.. doing in the task of storming; the I interest T til II III I | | | | |

very bulwarks and battlements of But all separate explorers are now

Natuie A starch, the like of which surely and inevitably traversing I : Efficient' Service Absolute ProtectionCitizens

hath not been made before; a series lines in the mighty expanse that are i ii "I
>
of investigations surpassing{ in miciosiopic actually converging. The explorersare

Long Ihstanc" I ,preciSion the work of all coming{ in sight of each other,

Advertising I I )Phone 21X5 past centuries, with instruments ofsu.h and also in sight of the point of convergence i Bank of KissimmeeOffers

rs excessive delicacy that all preceding I And the one central point

apparatus fail in comparison, I I the focus, is this: Nothing exists but

'' is saying the right thing a search by night and by day, is I electrons

now in a state of activity i {Suppose that the reader could go every facitity for conducting financial

at the right time The recent isolation of one elec- without food or sleep during one .

f tron and determination of its properties year and could center the eyes during matters in connection with the transaction of
in the
right way proved to be a turning pointin ) the year, and also the mind, to

'.' -_- the advance of man, in every"' way the exclusion of all thoughts on any general Banking business. .
We make a snecialty of planning. preparing{ equal to the discovery of universal subject, upon these almost supreme
literature and
conducting campaigns for
Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities gravitation by Newton. words: Nothing exists but electrons;
and Individuals Two capital discoveriesone ,in then by the end of the year one momentary Travelers Cheques I payable anywhere)

1666 and the other in 1910, are the and fleeting glimpse of their

cornerstones of that magnificent stupenduous .meaning might possibly Foreign Drafts 'direct reading )

GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERSTAMPA temple, the Tempe of the Sciences be secured. And if the glimpse last-

The act of weighing one electronin ed during the one-hundredth part ofa Savings Department i paying 4 per cent. compounded

FLORIDA the laboratory ill the equal of second of time, then astonishmentwould quarterly > ..

r weighing a pair of collosal suns 500 submerge the entire mind. Even \ ,
S ,
trillion miles away. Both reveal that their mighty discoverers, isolators Personal Attention r. y

T the Mind now phrasing in that enex- measurers and weighers have by no

t IDEALS- Jf it were not for lice, poultry raising plicable mystery, the brain, is wellon means been able to grasp the vast import Electric Burgler Alarm
v would he an easy matter. At the its to
way infinity of these four words so near the
1 Ideals are progressive and elusive I I, same time it is not difficult to rid the The separating out of one electron Creator.
To ideals must be out I If I henhouse of this
remain they pest from
quintillions of others
It would
many be a good plan for busy
ahead, where they must be sought and the finding of its inertia and po- people when at work or on boats or In Selecting Your Bankers
\ An ideal attained must become the For the first two weeks give ,
young tential
skill in
r required more manip- trains to mentally repeat to themselves -
starting point toward a higher summit chicks all they will eat. Afterward, ulation of kind
another however
many times during the day Choose This
i, of aspiration, else it will stultifythe I require them to clean up what you than that of finding the quantity of these four impressive words Bank
soul. Discontent with the attained give them before nightfall
.
matter in of .
a pair revolving.suns. If it was within the power of man 1
-
' ideal of today helps the heart and ---
I have outlined how the two great I to force electrons to lie side by side
mind grow to the measure of the I The application of business '
methodsto achievements
were wrought in preced- in contact-impossible
howeverthena ARTHUR
{ larger ideal of tomorrow. Satisfaction '' farm management will do more ing issues of ThE! American. Suppose Ii' row one Inch long would contain II : E. DONEGAN p. K. WEAVER; ,

r shrivels' and kills. Ideals permit I than all else combined to make farm- that a number of parties of. explorers 12,700,000,000,000 Electrons are com- President Cashier .'
I .1 4 no one' to rest.-Christian Culture. ing profitable and pleasant should be I
rJ 'r'I researching in a wide areaI posed of pure negative electrity.
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