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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 27, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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THE we lating have the got Valley to advertise Gazette, is and the circu-best Everything in Readiness SENDS MAYOR LILLY PARCEL POST WILL-


VALLEY GAZETTE and cheapest I or anybody advertising else knowlJ for this-of.''section For the Fourth of JulyProgram HIS RESIGNATION COLLECT C. 0. D. '

Mr. Loll will spend the remainderof e<

.. the summer here, looking after the MARSHAL J...". LANCASTER SAYS THE GOVERNMENT-
BECOMES A
interests of the Hunter lands on Kis- I
THROUGHOUT NORTH AND WEST simmee prairie.RUTABAGA. for the Day' Celebration Prepared for Entertainment HE MUST EITHER GIVE UP COLLECTING AGENCY FOR

|I of Thousands That Will Come to KUtimmee From All OATH OR OFFICE. MAIL ORDER HOUSES.

DID MORE TO ATTRACT HOME TURNIP I Sections of Surrounding Country Next Friday Lilly f

SEEKERS AND INVESTORSTO Mayor J. W. received the The parcel post regulations hare

WEIGHS 9 POUNDSGROWN I resignation of J. A. Lancaster as been so'amended as to permit a mall-
TillS SECTION
THAN Everything is in readiness for the grandest celebration ever held in City Marshal, but up to the presenttime able article the usual special delivery

ANY OTHER MEANS Kissimmee on the Fourth of July. The various committees have been hardat has not appointed his successor.It service "!when ten cents in .ordinary

EVER EMPLOYED. AT PINEDALE AND PRESENTED !I'I work perfecting all arrangements, and nothing is left to be done but wait will be seen that Marshal Lancaster stamps are affixed thereto in addition ". e' y

TO TilE VALLEY GAZETTE for the arrival of next Friday. claims he must either give up his oathor to the parcel post postage. The sender -,

Last week A A. Loll returned to BY It. D. DRIGGERS.Last Beginning with the arrival of the trains from Tampa Sanford, St. Cloud the office, but as to what that im- of the mailable article may hare t

Kissimmee from a three-months' stay I and Apopka, early Friday-morning, there will be a continual round of amusement plies we are not Informed.The the price'of the article collected by the, '1 ,
i and until late in the afternoon. been
entertainment Word
having resignation follows: the
at of destinationto
postmaster point
in Pennsylvania, much of which time I ;
I week we told of a gentlemanwho received from every section of the immediate territory that trainloads will Kisimmee, Fla., June 22, 1913. the amount of,$100. The -
being at government
spent Pittsburg, although
there were few places in that state had marketed $227.72 worth of :I come to Kissimmee on the Fourth preparations have been made for thousands Mr. J. W. Lilly.Mayor of Kissimmee also insures the article to the .

tomatoes! from a quarter of an acre to be cared for in a pleasing manner. City, Fla. amount of $50. _
inwhich he did not spend a day.
While on the trip Mr. Loll held of land, with still several crates left i I I II II Sir: You will please accept this We fail to see what benefit the gen-

converse with hundreds of people on the bushes, and this week we record I my designation as Marshal of Kis eral public will derive from the order, ..::> .
regarding -
conditions prevailing in Flor- the bringing to this office of a rutabaga ; OFFICIAL PROGRAM FOLLOWS: simmee City Fla., to take effect June but we do see where the mall order l
by J. I). Driggers that weighednine 30, 1913, as I have to give oathor
ida, and, he says, it was the hardest i j 9:00 to 9:30 A. M.-Trains will arrive from Tampa, Sanford, St Cloud up my houses come in for greatly increased
pounds, which Mr. Driggers stat- I the office.
job of his life to convince them that and Apopka.Band arriving on Tampa traia will render music at the station. trade. There is no doubt but what
ed was grown at Pinedale, a suburbof So thanking you for your courtesiesto there are a large number of !
frost was almost unknown during the 9:30- Address of Welcome at railroad station by Mayor James W. people
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Kissimmee, without the use of a I me as Mayor I remain who will order article
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an sent
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winter, and such a thing death
as a
Lilly.
particle of fertilizer and in ground. Ypurs respectfully,
from that would not risk sending money by .
sunstroke had never occurred in that was not irrigated. Members of the Masonic order! will leave their meeting place at Fraternity J. A. LANCASTER, registered letter or order. I
money
this state. During a most pleasant Mr. Driggers stated that his crop Hall at 9:30 and march in a body up Broadway to Dakin Ave.. where : City Marshal. They like to see the package before s

conversation with the editor of the of rutabagas was unusually large even they-will be joined by the hosts of visitors who will be lined up under direction' they pay their There 'i I
money.
Valley Gazette; r. Loll said: I for this section, and would net him a of Grand Marshal G. F. Parker, headed by the Lakeland band. Marching FREIGHT RATES have been need for this may 7
a crying butif
"Pittslmrg, 1'a, is the city where I I I found 1 of Masons under of D. R. marshal.
handsome hum, as they ready supervision Glenn, there was it escaped 'us. It
was horn and raised, and while I have ay-
often visited there since leaving home Hale on the local market, and were 9:40--Visitors will fall in line headed by the band, and march west on WILLJtf REDUCEDIF pears to us to be wholly in the interests -

I splendid shippers, as well as they Dakin avenue to Broadway, where they will join the procession of Masons, of the big mail order houses fat
:years: ago, never before paid par- could be left in the ground for months who have arrived from their hall. The entire procession will continue west the expense of the retailer in 1
ticular attention to the and
comings
after maturity. I on Dakin avenue to the new Methodist church building at the corner of THE SCHEME SECRETARY small cities. We may be mistaken In
goings of my associates of former IIAMNER IS WORKING PROVESA
Church street and Dakin avenue. this surmise and "
hope we are; but
days, but on this recent I made .
trip SUCCESS.The
M. KATZ WILL Members of the St. Cloud Drum Corps will fall in line just behind the we don't think so at this writing. ,
it the practice to hunt for the old'
Lakeland Band on leaving the station. N The new rule becomes effective July ;
boys, and I can tell you it was some .
job, for I ,found this one had moved ENLARGE STORE 9:45: --Cornerstone laying ceremonies at the new church, Dakin avenue work of organizing the Florida J. ,

West, that one to Texas, and then an- and Church street, under the auspices of Orange Blossom Lodge No. 20. F. Growers and Shippers League has '
hardly begun, and yet Secretary B. L
other one to Florida, until I began to WILL UTILIZE BOTH FIRST AND & A. M. Hamner has EVERY SECTION Of 1
,!J think the whole crowd had migrated The Most Worshipful Master of Orange Blossom Lodge No. 20 Roma already started some r

to pastures new. SECOND FLOORS FOR DISPLAY Thomas has delegated to Dr. A. J. Holt who is a past master of the Masonic thing that may materially reduce THE UNITED SI ATES
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OF GOODS. freight rates for the Florida
"But Pennsylvania is a big state order, the duties of conducting the ceremopies.at the church. grower
The officers' Of Blossom Lodge will assist with hardly a ripple of a stir, and -
and Pittsburg a big town, and there following' gentlemen Orange -
without a fight or even a skirmish IS ASKING FOR COPIES OF THE
are yet several hundred thousand Business in every line has increased in the ceremonies at the church: *

people left to question one about Flor- to a marked degree in Kissimmee, Woodfin W. Carson Senior Warden; N. C. Bryan Junior Warden; Seth with the railroads.If SPECIAL ILLUSTRATED EDI-

ida. As soon as I was introduced to but none have exceeded that of M. I| Tyson Junior Steward; J. H. Smith Senior Steward; J. M. Hansell. and S. he is successful it will not only TION THE GAZETTE WILL tISSUE

a gentleman and he learned I was Katz:, the old reliable and conserva- i i L. Lupfer. Craftsmen; W. A. Smith. Secretary. get the rates of transportation right, SHORTLY.

fro mthis state, and especially from tive dealer in general dry goods, notions i Dr. Holt will include in the articles that are to be placed in corner stone. but enable the Florida product to get '

Kissimmee, I was plied with questionsas and clothing. In fact Mr. Katz's Leside the regular records to be used for the occasion, some pieces of stone to new fields that have been barely

to the cold in winter, the heat in business has outgrown his present I that came direct from the Holy Land, and were parts of the original Temple scratched heretofore.A The following is one of many letters M

summer, the health of the people, the quarters, although they occupy, two. of Solomon. Dr. Holt having traveled extensively in the Holy Land, has a new refrigerated boat line l leaving the Valley Gazette is receiving:

amount of truck and fruit that could full store rooms,., and he has decidedto number of religious and historic relics in his collection. , Florida points twice a week for Hill City, Kans., 6-20-13

be grown to the acre, and especiallythe : remodel his building and take in A copy of this week' Valley Gazette will-be included in the records enclosed New Orleans land Mississippi River Kissimmee Valley Gazette:, '
and Great Lakes points. This i II what Inclosed find order for $1.50to
money
price of land. the second story, making his store I in the cornerstone of the new church.
"When I told these people that this space 50x65 feet on each floor. Workmen At the conclusion of these exercises at the church, the band will head Mr. Hamner is working on nights, and apply on ,my subscription. I ,like
I that he be so successful that the the I get,it Tuesday I'
paper.
section was practically immune from are now busy tearing out walls the procession to the court house marching down Dakin avenue to Broadway may -oij
coming winter' shipping season will will want some of the special
frost, that it never gets too hot duringthe and otherwise transforming the second thence south on Broadway to Emmett street, and west on Emmett street to editions
see the line in operation, is his belief. when you get them out. I think that a
summer for a man to work out of i : floor into one grand room. the court house.10:30Oration.
The details of his plan he is not is the best country I ever saw and the
doors all day, that the death rate was I j It is Mr. Katz's intention to use the : on the Holiday, by Herbert S. Phillips, of Tampa. I
able to time best climate
give out at this but the Everything you put in
lower in Kissimmee and surrounding I I second Moor. for the display of ladies' This speech will be delivered at the court house.
plan is a most feasible one, and one your special edition have it so you
section than anywhere on the face of 'ready-to-wear garments and trunks 11:30: --Music, rendered by the Lakelad Band.
that would offer
help to bring about some can l,000-for a statement thatis
the earth, that always three and in end bags, as well as a rest room. This 12:00: noon-Bean feast will be served on court house ground
in not true. You
adjustments Florida that would en- can tell about the
many cases four crops were gathered rest room, which is an innovation to Everyone 'welcoml' to eat to.their heart's content. The committee in !
able the salmon in '
growers to get wider markets, fly Washington destroying rit
from the same! piece of ground each Kissimmee, will be complete in every charge of this part of the entertainment have made ample provision for all
greater profits and at a less cost of the apricot crop' this year and the f,
year, and that the citrus groves pro- appointment, and will be a source of that may come to partake of the feast. and
transportation. drought grasshoppers in Texas
duced much $400 an acre ( comfort and convenience to the I ladies 1:15 Tub dock Lake I
as as : -- race, swimming races, etc., at city on Tohope- The membership fee in this leaguehas and Oklahoma and the disagreeable f
each season, they held their breath, ( especially those who live in the coun. kaliga foot of Ruby avenue. I-Swimming race for boys under fourteen'I been weather in Kansas
placed at one dollar, with no Colorado and Ne-
and but for mild end inoffensive try, that appreciate by giving of cash for
my years age fifty yards, prize $1 ; 2-Swimming race boys over
defendable annual or deriodical dues, and it has, braska. If there is any information I
would have called a -I that house their trade.In fifteen of cash $2. Tub
appearance policeman years age, fifty yards prize races open to everyone,
been because to I
so placed it is in num- can give help along will be glad to
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and had me placed in the' installing this rest room, Mr. Katz prizes announced at the dock on day of race.. II bers that success lies. do so. J

funny house. II has demonstrated he will keep in the 1:45-Motor Boat races, handicap, cash prize $5. Please send receipt for or-

"Those people just can't be made to front with Kissimmee's progressive All persons entering in these contests should report to Mr. R. W. Meikle-I !, der, and address money -yj

comprehend that we have such a coun- spirit.. I jon, chairman of the sports committee. I SUCH MEN ARE W. H. KNOUF,
try as I described. All their lives they The first floor will be used for dry 2:30-Steamboat: excursion on Lake Tahopekaliga, Steamer Lillie and
Hill
have shoveled snow and fired the base- goods, notions and gent's clothing and barge Free to-everyone. Boats will leave city dock at foot of Ruby avenue I I STATE BUILDERS City, Kans.

burners at least seven months out of hats. 4:00--The best of alL Baseball,, Fats vs. Leans. The game will be '

every twelve, and for three months When these arrangements are com- called promptly on time, and will occur at baseball park at the end of Mab- I' TO HOLD TEN DAYSREDUCTION
V. S. DECKER OF OKLAHOMA
during the summer they are afraid to pleted, which will be about September bette street. Admission free. Members of the teams will report any grievances -

work; in the open after 10 a. m..or be- (II let, there will be no dry goods housein to D. G. Wagner chairman of the committee on baseball. DECIDES TO LOCATE PERMANENTLY SALE

fore :8 p. m. for fear of sunstroke. Central Florida 'superior to that of 4:00--Steamer Lillie will make second trip out on lake. T IN FLORIDA. *.>

,Then how can we hope to convince M. Katz. Barrels of ice water will be provided at convenient places along Broad- i I

them that we have here a climate way and at the coutt house grounds. Some three weeks ago V. S. Decker DANN DEPARTMENT STORE -y

where every day is summer, and f. A. LINCOLN HAS I I Those who will make up for the parade of Horribles should report to I arrived here from Oklahoma for a WILL REDUCE STOCK FOR

health, happines sand prosperity awaitall G. F. Parker, as there is no time set for their parade. The Horribles will be I I visit with his father, Judge S. D. Decker -

who come to claim them, unless we SOLD RESTAURANTGUY privileged characters all day, and may be seen at any place at any time al- who lives at St. Cloud. i I INVENTORY.In .

can induce them to come here and I ways willing to be amusing and entertain our visitors, joining in all the sportsof ( Mr. Decker, who is at present the

make an investigation of the con- GEORGE GARDNER the day. Il it expetted there will be quite an aggregation of these horrible I prosecuting attorney for his district this issue will be found the announcement -

ditions. AND EATING and antique personages in our midst on that day. There is no restrictions on in Oklahoma, came to Florida with I of Dann's Department
PURCHASE POPULAR
"And that brings me to say that PLACE WEDNESDAY. I 1 visitors joining in this sport and ,any Florida Cracker who comes to our city I many misgivings believing his father store -of a pre-inventory reduction I

our county commissioners made a decorated with any costume out of the ordinary. will be eligible to join their had made a most unwise selection sale, which will last ten days, begin-

most serious mistake when they ceased | ranks. I II a place of residence, but after a week's ning July 2nd.

circulating the Valley Gazette. Why, Wednesday morning F. A. Lincoln I Souvenir buttons for the Fourth of July will be given to visitors as longas I trip over the state, he came to the This establishment has had one of "

closed a deal with Guy and George they last, by a member of the committee celebration. conclusion that father
T myself have carried a Valle/ Gazette on was yet fully I the largest year's business in their history ,
,, around in my pocket that was Gardner, selling these well known( Those who will greet the visitors on their arrival and endeavor to look ;i capable of knowing a good thing whenhe and state that they will show

two weeks old, th&I I might show young men the popular eating placeat after their comfort during the day are: saw it, and like father, he was so their appreciation of this liberal patronage -'

people who desired to know somethingof 110 Broadway, known as Lincoln's D. G. Wagner, chairman; J. W. Lilly. L H. Cohoon J. R. Gilbert, C. L impressed with the many opportunities .by giving their customers reduced -

this section. I know whereof I restaurant.The Bandy L H. Ingram J. M. Johnson F. H. Lawson. A. B. Jarrell. H. E. Cole l! and possibilities of this state that prices for ten days prior to

speak when I say that the Valley Ga- Messrs. Gardner will continuefor R. D. Porter G. M. Taylor Emil Mach. R. D. Waring. Roma Thomas A. E. I he will become a permanent resident taking their annual inventory. The }

zette has induced more people to come the present the business under the Bearden J. C. Ledbetter G. B. Poe S. H. Bullock. M. J. Hicks. P. A. Vans : as soon as his term of office txpires. stocks included in this sale are all 1

to Kissimmee than every other name of Lincoln's restaurant, but will 1 Agnew S. W. Downing. Lewis O'Bryan. D. B. Potts J. E. Lupfer M. E. Mr. Decker is a man of most pleasing new and up-to-date goods and not ,

means employed combined, and woulddo make improvements in the cold drink : Stephens C. A. Carson. J. W. Thompson. J. E. Rush. C. W. Dann. W. J. I conversation, and has that look shop-worn or shoddy articles that

so again if our commissionerswould fountain and make a specialty of ca- Sears, S. L Lupfer. N. C. Bryan. J, Z. Roberson F. A. Lincoln. S. G. Rags- of determination and air of sturdiness sometimes are offered for sale at re-

loosen up a little and renew tering to the thirsts of Kissimmeeites. dale. W. B. Makinson, C. W. Griffin. E. L. Lesley E. P. Dann. P. K. Weaver I that was a part of the men who*transformed duced prices. 3

that subscription. All this talk about The service of first class meals and R. B. Woodham. W. A. Smith. C. L Hyatt. G. C.: Livingston.. E. Derbyshire I the West from a vast wilderness This is an opportunity to save t

,. it not being legal to spend money to short lunches will be continued in the W. B Crawford A. S. Nelson H. D. Geiger, F. C. Bryan. J. W. Simpson. H. I into a prosperous and thickly money and no doubt the buying pub-

circulate the Valley Gazette is bosh same up-to-date manner that Lincoln G. Bartlett. Arthur E. Donegan. T. M. Rivers. G. H. Prather. J. L Overstreet. populated country. lie will take advantage of the liberal

of the rottenest kind. The people has maintained.Both T. M. Murphy. G. F. Parker H. C. Stanford B. C Dutton. E. A. Neimeyer. I Such men a* V. S. Decker'are a big prices offered.

: pay the bill, and I have yet to find these young men are well M. Katz. D, R. Blenis. A. S. Gilbert S. B. Aultman. J. D. Woodbeck. A. W. asset to any state, and we are glad to ,

, the man who has ever heard of any- known throughout this section and Gustus H. R. Mayes. Andrew Johnson G. F. Kribbs. W. L. Winn H. S. I have him, even though he has decided Judge S. D. Decker of St. Cloud was

: one objecting to the plan. If we will no boubt meet with much successin Geiger J. D. Clark, Pat Johnston S..J. Triplett. C. E. Yowell. W. W. Carson i, to live at Jacksonville instead of Kis transacting legal business here Wed-

M want to keep up with the procession their new venture. Dozier Leitner. simmee. nesday.

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GAZETTE. ) ,.
PACE Z. THE K1SSIMMEC VALLEY

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Many,. Big Developments, ',1] more son south land.of Mr. Flint la clearing: up I I I FAITH AMD ORDERCHRISTIAN' DOZIER LEITHEB'S[ iPBflJICE J6EHCYTh l

I" Mr. Hilt], who has the cottage east

l; 1 lof Mr. Coble's grove, has added a new i! CHURCH "
II Cloud .
West Saint In Ouwola County
at lattice work to, his porch.Mr. I .Oldest and LarcMt Iniurane Armcf

H. A. Cobb has just let a big FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH. ,;
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: contract to have considerable timbercut I -, .ONE u. '(
CHEAT INTEREST TAKEN IN PROPOSED SHIP CANAL-RURAL ,
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for ties. COMMISSION WILL CONSIDER .. -, ,t I
ROUTE TO BE ESTABLISHED' ROADS OPENED AND MUCH Mr.! John Padgett has added a new '! because oftheir personality, Lfa| i ;

porch to the rear of his house. CITY GOVERNED : theory would never fail. But it does
BUILDING BEING: DONE.
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Mr. Ceo Hall has his three rooms LEAFLETS EXPLAINING METHODS -' fail at times and the possibility of'

f'.... I porch about completed. His young AND SCOPE OF CONFERENCE B'Y ONE MAN I such failure is a cloud upon the commission -'
.trees recently planted are doing well. I system. Now: if the five corny;'
( By ISAAC HALL) BEING DISTRIBUTED -
.. Geo. Burtner's big two story ], missioners were empowered to elect ***
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house I
Since the recent agitation of open- I Mi Ball assistelMr.1 ; G. .u W. Campbell is finished with the exception i II I, FREE BY SECRE- SUCCESSFULSAME a municipal manager, who should I

t. ing the St. Cloud canal and makingit ;i in xx'oiking: up route two of Kis- I of some) inside finishing touches. It I TARY. PLAN PROVES I II! have Control, under their supervision, "

navigable for steam boats, and of \I simmee c, and us he lived, at the most i adds greatly to the appearance of the I I of all departments, this might bring
"I I' mail 1 -- I of local affairs
I the the management
missed
arousing interest to get the government distant point getting neighborhood up Jo
to construct the pnopose-d) canal at his place, hence doesn feel too I I 'Mr. Charles G. Sommers, who has' The Protestant Episcopal Church in RULESPPLIED TO TilE I I a higher point of efficiency than has

_ :, connecting East Lak *tjJ*>pekaliKa I! much dispose.d I to over tax himself I a chicken farm of l several acres also hasa i I, October, 11110! appointed a commission ;- 'I'OWNS TO) 01HKK LAma: yet\ been attained. And the signs indicate .

1 with the waterjvar ending into the this time-. young nursery of ten thousand to bring: about a conference for Bt'SINESS KNTERPRISES. that some such system will be 't

r < St. Johns river through the He-ait of I Kond OH| >ncdT tie-e-s He has recently graded the the consideration of questions as to \olYed from the present intelligentand

I t Florida has aroused the people to 'h<> commissioners" have l been askedto toad in front of his place so as to assist the faith' and order of the Christian xigorous 1 )" effort on all sides to
load east of church, in the hope that such a conference I In communal
action. open 111<' section line1 i I, the commissioners as much as River" I Forest I is tin independent suburb ring management into

I I r For many years there has been much, I :Mi T I Kill's place" leading I from the possible The section line road, so "ill promote I the cause of of Chicago. III. It has a population line with the standards prevailing in

I, talk on this subject, everyone giving' i.eilioad to the1 laki, The I report of much desired, goes through his small Christian unity. The ,commission is 1 of :!.4li.! ; IhK population is the domain of higher business activate

I l ha- been died] but fuim He is uniting all Christian (communions of people,, Exchange
the matter any thought readily i sees tin loinmissiiine' " i having a couple acres composed hugely, of course -

: f the great advantage that will 10"l (,'- I I has never been mad public., )but, without I plowed and will set it Out in trees throughout the world which confessour whose busines smtc-itst-\ l lio in the

rived fl'o'mudl a course ill IWI"inj |","- ', a doubt t the load willoon be i is er. More ground will be cleared I lord Jesus Christ i as Clod; and Savior city and this i is tantamount 10 sa> -

freight rate between St loud ope'lied a- it j I* almost, impossible toI : He1 just finished setting out three' to unite with the Episcopalc'turch ing that the voters cif the suburb are

and the North b> bunging about), l'CI1I- I I to get out of tin t place because' of conditions acres of grove. in arranging:( for and conducting mostly! Chicago business! men The I FENOLEAND

;I, petition with the Atlantic ("oa,t I Lull' i that exist there This is causing Hitched Auto to Plow. such a conference More than feubiiih is governed bx' a village lioard

and other railiomls. At pi' 'event there II III : much i inconvenience i on the partof ; .:Mr. L. E. Firkins is a piogressix t 11)H'h/ cooperating{ commissions It is entitled to rank its. an adxaneedeommunit
the people fast settling in farmer Nebraska ': have been appointed, including all the from
is a movement on foot wheiebj -C'I I many f'om'all'y county, ) since it has adopted
,I eral of the i progressive( <'iti/<.ns of St. I the neighborhood" west of St Cloud' I After making the trip mostly by auto leading (communions in the United tune to tune numerous! reforms and

i Cloud are busy ut woik drafting a and north of the lailioad he arrived last January to show the States: and the church of Knglnad in put them into practice successfullx Fenole Stock DipAre

I petition for the purpose of being )piesented :Much Building. :i )people here how to do things. After England and Canada Imitations Among other things' it long ago elim

I I to C'onjru-ss or at the meeting :Mr. J, J. WIlls has commenced' work erecting his tent and fencing hisI I are now being se
I to be hold ill Jaeksonx illc- next: Not on MrV, Milar's six-room house just i I place, he hitched his automobile to a i iI I II (communions outside the United affairs Its latest ttl'p is to
I; xember An effort will be made by northwest of the station at West St. I plow and proceeded to till the soil. lie 'I States as fast as the names and addresses that )hereafter the village hall be and outdoor purposes.

I the committee to get the many cities Clojd The cost will be $1275. Part considers this much less expensive(. I II of their officers can be obtained conducted br a business manager under '

f I and business associations" along the of Mr Milar's land has been grubbed I, than buying feed for horses or mules. The Episcopal commission is direction _of the board of trustees, ( FEN OLE

route to cooperate with St. Cloud peo- and plowed and will soon be gotten I He has four acres in cultivation, havI ', publishing" leaflets, explaining the All details WIll be left to this manager -

ple in bringing about sufficient Influence '-""Toady for setting trees early in the I I ing{ :230! trees set }put. lie intends scope and methods of the: conference ; he will be empowered to exercise ': Kills the fly, the germs and all

I to bear on the subject in Jacksonville fall. He has his twenty acres fenced I I dealing the rest of his land and putting , and giving a list; of the books on practical! the authority that is | other insects and microbes.Use .

next November so as to get" Mi Joseph Harris, the boat builder, I it out to fruit before he builds ,, Christian unity, and these leaflets vested in the manager of a commercial i I with a Spray.

the committee to see the need of i first who I lives on the canal just north of his .house. I II have ben circulated all over the corporation, lie will IM- answerable'

I (constructing the few miles of canals the old sugar mill has finished his I, With such pogressive people as Mr. world. The commission is glad to to his directors at all times, and the'' $2.;5(1)( the Gallon.;

i in the heart of 1 FlorIda thus addingan j porch on the rear of his house and Firkins coming! to Florida, little wonj i j I I send them free to anyone who will dn'doTwill, be answerable to the $1.35 the Half Gallon.

inland water route from Tampa to I the small room to the side, also a new der that the country prospers to such ,, apply for them to the Secretary, Robert shareholdersthe xoters. Hut the 75c I he Quart

Jacksonville, a distance of more than coat of hazel brown point has been a great extent. His neighbors say H, (Gardiner; Gardiner; Maine He- inanager. under ordinary J'l"III< t lori-.
,\ Sprayer FREE with the First
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three hundred miles added He expects to soon build a I they will not be at all surprised to has receixeel j prohabl ten thousand, will lie. flee" to nianacre the town 11- (;.I Ion.FENOLE.
The surveys have been made and'' porch on the front hear of him owning a monoplane and or more, letters on the subject, coming cording to his best| judgment and to

l the project feasable, and without a : Mr C. L, Madison who bought the flying( around the trees like a bird "' from every part of the world and the extent of his ability'

doubt will prove advantageous to all old boarding and adjoining six-room picking the ripe fruit by such a method from members (>f every communion of this
The hist essential in a case
interests of the state ( except the railroads cottage on the canal' opposite the to avoid bruising the trees. Protestant and Catholic, Persons applying -
kind I I- to obtain the -erxices of a
). The cost of constructing such sugar mill has the places' completely are entered on a permanent I I- gold only through dealers-no

f a water route would be very small remodeled and making the big house<<; mailing list, so that they will leeeixe thoroughly competent man .If great houM.-to.house canxassers.

compared with canal conctruction as like new on the inside. MAKES A STATEMENTSays all future publications inclu-trial and c'onmi<'i < ml and tinan $,*i.OO() rc/ward for the arrest and
I lal ulilc- to obtain efficient -
c conce-ins ice
f, t it is generally figured. I II |, A new roof has been put on' the The Episcopal Commission I is trying wbum all conticlence convection of any one selling an
I i j A special mass meeting will l be held kitchen, a 42-inch woven wire fence to on the undertaking in iiidiiugii-' HIM tic',idc misrepresenting jt to be
Dodson's Liver Tone is the BestRemedy carry d
I and authontx are' cunn nt rate .I.
f4 I July 12th in the G. A, R hall in St. I i I with two barbs above was recently the spirit of Bishop Brent, who urged: FENOLE.Fenole :.
for and Shirk- under restrutiuns. It ought
Constipation
| proper
Cloud for the of placed' around his two acres. He intends -
r purpose presenting at the meeting:( when the (commission .
: not. to be.. difficult fen a c'oIllIllU"ly teido
1 Stock
the proposed petition before the people getting a gasoline launch this i ing Liver He Han Ever Sold. was organized, that the side of organization Dip
ho-e-I who have thoughtto
i; and having an open discussion, i fall and informs the writer it will be -- shall pot be made too promi so green:
the matter \ ceitain that 1 For all outdoor stable
ai< quite ,
hearing from the usual kickers as wellas ; the fastest on the lakes ( How about Every who has tried Dod- I Inert, but that we shall sock spiritual purposes ,'
( person loch he found for ,
t a nianage-r can dairy, .poultry houses, toilets and
the boosters. |fit ? ) I son's Liver Tone and' knows how power The first step shall be, in anew River I and 'those who look be
Purest Kill
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t Some of of the I A barn has been erected In the germs
cause disapproval new surely and gently it starts the liver to and full and deep way. to rededicute 1(1"1'1 local
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yond xillage- and odor
01 eir
r proposed canal is the St. Cloud people | owner of the house to the south of working and relieves l biliousness will ) ourselves to God; free from past an\ : -tire
lines such are especially as .
in ea-es
fear by the enlarging and dredging out Mr Madison's place] bear out the Kissimmee Drug Co. in ',I prejudices: in order t that so losing;! ourselves lines such ( an lie used as a dip or with
squall
the old St. Cloud canal and construct- Mr John Sweeney, who lives next this statement about Dodson's Liver we may hay a spiritual power in cases ere aceo,., -praxcr or "prinkler.I'o..ilivy .
i tain that if River Forest I be -
can uceessfully
', ing a new one will result in drainingor to the sugar warehouse had a new roof Tone.I I simply compelling.Ministers ,
conducted under this ) Guaranteed;
lowering East Lake Tohopekaliga.This recently put on his front porch and I I "It is a purely vegetable liquid, that and laymen and womenin the need be. confined plan

of course, would never be done, his house painted white and trimmedin entirely takes the place of calomel, Florida to the number of 49 have system not Price:

r locks being established to hold \back I blue and orange. His peach trees harmless and pleasant to the taste, already been brought together, at merely to the smaller communities Gallon $1,50; Half Gallon, 90c;

% j, the, necessary water to permit navi- are doing well. The wild grapes that/ 'has proven itself the most satis- least to the extent of enrollment on i This is going even farther in the .' Quart, 60c.

gation. I which he recently planted has completely factory remedy for a slow-working the list, which is arranged geograph- l-direction of simplicity and centralization .

+ E v :.4 > Proposed Rural Route. ;, covered,:his new arbor.' He |I I liver that most of our customers have ically so that those.who are interested than commission government. FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.
Under the latter system, the theory is
;e Seeing "the great good derived by I intends budding his grapes to some |I ever tried, A large bottle sells for enough in Christian Unity to applyto I
that each of the (usually) five
Rural Route number two of Kissimmee tame variety. lie is at present erecting fifty cents and we do not hesitate to be placed on the list may obtain the copi-. 711 TAMPA STREET
and the and a barn 18x24 feet. in their missioners' shall be competent to assume Phone 62;). Tampa.
r i opening constructing of I give the money back to any person : names of others neighborhoodalso
charge of one ,1"1"111 tine) 'Fit' of
benefitted as theresult of a route, 1MI', L. Williams who recently I[ who tries a bottle on the strength of I interested with whom they can I For Kale KidHimmee by
the munnipal government) If the'
the people west and south of St. bought the house east of the old post this statement and is not satisfied; with suet for united prayer for I the reunion electorate would \v \"I I ERS, & ('ARSON GROCERY
always n-c" tei the
Cloud are working for a mail route office\ has the three rooms beautifully I the result" of Chrt"tianand for 'ol1f.J'I"1' COMPANY.:
Jl"polhalnltty of hoo '
A Route was partly I worked up a papered after covering the insides ,, I In these days of doubtful medicinesand ''us to how it can best be' brought i -ing public 26.4t
seivaiit- for their" alulitv ,cabal than gr
year or so ago but because of roads with building paper The outside; has dangerous drugs/ a statement. like uliout The I list include-- I Disciples of

not being made it was abandoned )been, weather-boarded""* He1 now hasa the aboxe is a pleasant assurance that Christ, <'on gationalists: Baptists.

.. Some talk had been circulated: that I pre.ttly little placeMr -, )Dodson's Liver Tone is a reliable I'piscopah.in: -. ,i'" >",Ii i> 1 i."e"( Inth.i' ,

part of Route two of Kissimmee would t : r' I'. Wentwoith had one of the remedy for both children and grownups ans, \Refoimed (",ouch in the I U. Sand >

t'' be extended towards St. Cloud and old houses on I the lake front torn down I In )buying, a bottle for immediate Roman ('alhol,,'-. The I executive' RICK Red and Buff, Gray and

: made into route number three of Kis- and has paired his house Beforegoing I or future use it is well to make sure committee\ of the commission( of theEpiscopal Common

simmee, but the St. (Cloud people object North. he rented it to |hr.) C. SC you are getting the genuine lodson'sLiver I : huI''h. of vv huh the' II Kc'\', BuildingLarge

To many it makes little or no 'ooper for the sunup M r, He will return 'lone and not some spurious imitation I W '1', :Manning, 1 1)) II.. rector of Trinity M

difference but as most of the peopleare early: in the fall to make extensive that has copied our claims, but church New, York. is chairman Stock Prompt SnlpmentVJSAK

close to St. Cloud they would improvements about his place do not stand back of their guaranteeYou has. recently I issued a ciicular letter\
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i likely refuse to .sign the petition circulated I Several people ill that neighborhood may be ,certain of getting the urging: such local conference-f The I

'intend making improvements this; genuine if you go to the Kissimmee I World Conference max' not beheld for ,

i Mr. Geo. Flint who lives west off fall and comer 4>n their return from I ling ('0, for it.--Ad\'. :27! -It I a numbei of years, fur it will belong a
A. C.
St. Cloud has consented to drive Mr. the \oithMr : undertaking" to get the approval CONYERS

f I. S. Hall around if he will show him : George; I Flint has finished grubbing What excellent yields, of ha ysome of all the leading communities allover

the route which he recently outlinedin up( his lice acres und will soonlUjJoxxed lipid would bring" if the w'pds'ollid the world, though t the project. i i- )Duvul Bldg. ,. ,", '" .Jacksonville, Fin.

the St. Cloud Tribune. \ have \ for planting :Mr 1'\<:1- onl\ turn to gia-s being received with great eoidialrt)., .

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,oo, + -o._eae. eeeeoio'ei public buildings one! school % with' ,lajnateur : l '\ .

0 ; The H RIGHT MOT'FA 1.1
BRONSONVILLE '0 people who will make ted' an experienc .
home this .4'' Iq thriving new ; of D. E. Proper,
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this ''wonderfully' fertile'.nd' : of the saw mill -
********* **4e00a400 grown prairie=: the largest < POSSIBLY THE, ,H. G. .S IEVER
v IT, CANNOT STAY WITH
Johnson's ,Island still holds its:own .Florida-should,find here f this place made a YOU. '

,and the Bronson plantation is snugly thing, that can be wished for lmee'toda7. his care REALTY COMPANY
nestled In its,broad bosom of Just turn and .tae. the
basking in 'way Climatic; conditions, him.
because rheumatism cannot
jrnuilo- '
the:sunshine with the thermometer'at opportunities and future who has been em- poulbly stay with,you If you take *

'92 degree, and rising barometer Situated as Headwater Is on past at the saw a710I"'. B.at Blood Medicine.' It I Prairie Lan< ,*Oran.. Groves,' High Hammock Lands '

makes it a little warm for the inhabitants tiful Lake,Kisslmmee, IL Hull. Is spending make Imply the dissolves blood pure the, puu nrlo the acid ringer and 'Tunbtjr Lands. Land at all, Prices and on Easy Terms 9'.r

,tbe eof.. 'The crop having. been long by, eightmiles wide, home in' this town Into your eyetem' and make 'you' feel , t...
laid bybowever, serious" of only ''few hours boat 10acre'tract of All right '
any exposure a by ,
You can'work like a buss-saw after L
Stock Ranca wiD luH,raloeJor
to the sun's is uncalled city of Kissimmee 2,000 acres excbsnfe.
rays for, e. ,through a the Karcoossee taking Taylor Beat Blood Medicine '
pecially,as the waters of Reedy Creek wonderful lake. connected by ; for awhile, your Joints will b. limbered I .other real estate. -:. ,-:. -: -:- ,* '
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up and that .tUfn win dleappear.Coin. +
-.rl are protected by trees which shut out and only .twelve miles from at our regular 1 to our store to-day and cot I

the sun. Our watermelon field' is still slmmee Valley railroad on ; .was,unusually large: -'* bottle and back take-it you It are Tou not can satis....tYOUI""UOOlr : ,Orange'-Groves;;all sizes-and'prices -4

resplendent' with'som of the finest i :which Will be c mpletec'and baptismal\ ser fled that It ha helped you. -I'I

melons] that the country can afford; on schedule' time' by '' at the lake front Price, U.OO the bottle. ,

Bronson's choice and the Lanier stand- one cannot but wonder at : by Rev. Guy' of Peg- Tour own, druggist recommends 'and KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, .
guarantees Taylor: Best Blood Medl- I II
.. ard being the. most prominent; next possibilities in store for this ala.e. ..k .him abut It. '

to them are two acres of tomatoes, as transportation facilities of Harrison,

rich, rare and juicy-good enough to ing to the door of Headwater engaged in setting age this new officer if they will, soon,

make your mouth water for the next before the land baa been put mill at this place, per member for annual dues of the '
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meal; after you have once enjoyed their market. in running order in district; that is, all societies not yet t. -

delicious flavor. The milk is as rich Mr. George W. Lincoln, of having thus contributed to the fund -- LAWNMOWERS ,,'

as that produced by the finest Jersey City, Mo., who is one of the of Brooksville, Ind., needed to carry on their district work. j

and these and the many other advantages the Modem Land Company, by C. E. Buck Mrs. S. J. Townsend, the secretary's

we enjoy, give this section a a guest at Headwater Inn blood poison in his mother, recently spent an enjoyableweek

boost without the aid of a booster. Mr. Lincoln sees great his old job, which as guest of Kirs. H. W. Bruce in Scientifically Sharpened and RepairedBY

Fishing and boating are among the: for this vicinity that the large number of North Gainesville. Mrs. Bruce, the

sports indulged] in. No base ball club putting before the public and moll yard. 'long-time State junior leader, and now S

has yet been organized, but the shotgun ises to bring a party of ] a business trip president for North-central district, M

and rifle birgade are in full force with him in July.] last Wednesday, vis wishes she could go to Los Angeleswith a

and virtue unmentionable. Game will Mr. Doc. Lightsey bf Bartow Lodge in the even- us, ,but, like most Florida En- KISSIMMEE SUPPL COMPANY

occasionally tease old towser now and that he witnessed deavorers, it is impossible for her to
Headwater last week; on bus '
again, and as tho old dog is not a ( in the first de- do'so. '
respecter-: ; legislature enactments The water in the lake Is : and'extending his When in Chicago; probably during S S :

dire consequences follow.]] ;I more and more and I in Orlando. September some time, the State sec- '

Our Democratic rooster keeps shady,I land along the banks which i retary hopes to visit Mrs. Ralph] Bar.. .
that the canals cut from tOOOO O bour who Miss Ethel] 1R
during the heated term, keeping one' : as Sternberg,

eye for preachers and the other on the chobee. to the ocean on the I VOR LIFE 4 was once the faithful secretary of the .N

kitchen, anticipating evil from the are benefitting the entire a Presbyterian society in Starke, and '

former and scenting something good abundance southern portion of rainfall of in the this I' .. ......... served efficiently in the same capacityfor FLOYD ;
North-central district.
from the latter. He has no fears of I
always be sufficient to raise secretary of the
starvation as nothing has ever been I Probably one of the youngest so- ,
crops, and now that the ] i at St. Cloud,
known to starve on the island. ciety presidents in the union is Benz.
is being controlled]] a larger doing good work
Great preparations are being made Carslon, in the United Brethren So-

for the 4th of July] picnic. Whether in all portions will) be reclab ciety; near Tampa, of Magdalene. He Grocer
cultivation.M. Sunday in June
we
Rex will be present or not is un- took an active part in the spring-time '

known at this writing. The sawmill F. W. Harper, local citizenship subject sub-district convention of their denom- ,

at Loughman has been furnished with the Modem Land Company, "Our Nation's ination which met in Tampa, and i is
Kissimmee this week on ] Ex. 19-8. This example of what efficiency in train-
from the island for
a num-
cypress
the best Get our prices OB '
meet :
very
ber of years and it is asserted from Mr. Woodham, the ing Christian Endeavor can give the 4
in each and ,.
the proprietors of said mill declare for the A. C. L. R. R at I<' society boys and girls.
HAY FEEDwhich
that there is plenty here to last for I was a visitor recently. planning when beforehand the Many Congregational and more good GRAIN ,
even-
the next twenty-five years. Mr. Al- people of Lake and other counties remember -
the side I
fred Bronson still remains with the I o) ) ) ) ooO temperance Rev. S. J. Donaldson and we make a specialty ,

fishermen. My information that they o your program.' family, once in Tavares. His son,
4 junior super Fred, graduated from Oberlin (Ohio) ,
will continue fishing until the 29th. LANIER ITEMS Gilmore ,

Owen Lanier continues to be our 4 feel society, college in June, where Rev. Donald f

most frequent and welcome visitor.,I .+ . .. .O -of the they Presbyterian over son gained his theological education .

many years ago. ... '
Mrs. Lanier accompanied by Oscar,
All the people crops are and is going
visited her father, Mr. Robert Lanier, fine everybody has plenty of ; feeling of fellow- GRACE A. TOWNSEND. '

]last Sunday. That gentleman was at- beans it eat. by the Gilmore En. Interlachen, June 24, 1913. Ideal Groves

tending church at Campbells. .
And fine
t' I notice one of your papers was Saturday our and Sunday preacher]last. for the trip to Los Malaria or Chills & Fever

issued on Friday, supposed to be an Tindall and folks was over through'T" Passenger I By far the greater number of vigorous: and prolific groves Im

unlucky day May 13, unlucky num- side all so, F. Richardson at Hogan street, Jack-, Prescription No.M8 b prepared especially the State today are the result of "
ber 1913, another. for MALARIA or CHILLS". FEVER.
Dan Hnacock and his wife sleeper berths Five or liz,doeee will break any case, and Ideal Formulas
With two fat hogs in the anda ;
pen ing their parents. Angeles without if taken then as a Ionic the Fever will not
turkey here that has no companionwe Thomas Hancock and his to the special Ala] return. It acts on the liver better then tae.
could eat pork'and turkey in a train Calomel end docs not gripe of sicken. 2Sc Ideal
eds are down visiting they same about Methods ,
pinch. Mrs. Bronson has about 50 Miss
other friends.J. Birmingham.
hens mostly of the Plymouth Rock Johnson, Gussie IJass secretary in West We have been with you as grower, salesmen, and manufacturers I-r ,

variety follow and when you back feeding and time forth comesthey'll from Bass and son left here there society, ,also] $25.10 for over thirty yeari. but what particularly, concern you" ,U,

ing with a bunch of cattle. district w" "a "
the gate to the house pretty much The Whittier people was superintendent, that,right> now we have the right materials, the right equipment j *'sad ) ' +
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as the Arkansas farmer's hog* did.the I church yesterday was pleased the transportation Gettysburg Pal And the right people. to give you the, ';*$--'J"-.1r /

sound., them come, and all so journey. We would 'J",':','i :'''''' \\h< .' yd
Suppose I must burden with Service NOW ,: '
t 'r
you was out at church to. 'Mr..P. going. Right gin>;{ +
the A gentleman was once t
story.
ReturnVia
visiting a farmer in Arkansas whenhe will soon have his saw grass ," says The St, Au- Send for Free Boos on'\florIda Products.: .

vation. Dr. Badger's will .
noticed the hogs running first to
W. A. Eubank is still, on this genial pastor
one piece of woods and returning WILSON &: TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
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again.Mr. Presbyterian church.
rapidly, run to another after he had I Rogers and wife arived his ministry Atlantic Coast Line Manufacturer" of
noticed this for a number of times he
day from across the river to is a pastor of much IDEAL FERTILIZERS t
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asked the farmer to explain. Well,
father and mother Mr. and an, Iowa and Wis-
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
he replied, I used to call my hogs until Hunter. it as understood ON ACCOUNT OF 50TH. ANNIVERSARY ,

I lost my voice, and then I got ( Local Waters &t Carson Co. .
Agent Grocery
If not put away I Dr. Badger, be a Of THE BATTLE Of ,
them so that they would come to .
again.
the sound of a stick when beaten on -:. -:- -:- ,
faithful workers GETTYSBURG0 I
the side of house but these ,
a since --
+4444449'>4.4--:-:.44+:-:..:..:. and then of Eustis,
big woodpeckers have come to this c- Tenn. THis Tickeh Sold June 28 29, 30 &: July 1
country, they will first knock in one > NARCOOSSEEJacob
not with Mrs. Limit July 10.
piece of the woods and the hogs will 0) agree

run there, thinking its my knock, and 4'ri,484v4444444449w'.k:.: was the reason for \ '

by the time they get to where the home in Eustis, and The A. C. L. is the official route of Thousands of
Young and wife Wear
spent They will be Boys ly
first knock was heard another big fellow day of last week in Orlando. Brightewll to the the L. L. Mitchell Post. G. A. R.. St. ,.:

will knock on the opposite side Young is manager of I Cloud and all veterans are invited to I .sass mss.
and this keeps on a race back and I
tel. Kissimmee for Col- join the St. Cloud veterans'party.. "Excelsior
forth for hours together. 'Scouts"American
I Boy
REX C. E. Denig, southern S. S. Snyder gave -4-
tive of the Narcoossee Land S .
treasury duties to For tickets or Information, call on
wife spent Thursday in of the a.
Presby-
.444449 sw II. G. Mendenhall of [ W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent' boys have gone wild over these wonderful shoes. Their par*
4 4 Kissimmee. Work- Kissimmee ants are equally enthusiastic. Because these famous shoes appeal to Wet
0) HEADWATER NEWS spent, Sunday with friends Osceola district Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland heart of a boy as no other shoe ever has. And parents

4 I Fire having started along that it will encour- 'it P. A. Tampa D. P. A. like them because they outwear other shoes two to one, yv
and save half the cost of boys' footwear
.000060tOOOOOO h'44The road in the vicinity of this! - ,
been burning in the -- - MExcelsor! Boy Scout Camp Shoe +xt. x
laying out of the townsite; ;; has ll"AS'J
been and Headwater, Flor- muck land for about two Lightest strongest, belt wearing boy's shoe 'made. t a '"? i
completed
causing one family to Genuine elk leather,mineral tanned oy our secret proc> ,k tl.ass. .
ida, is on the map. Henceforth Tur- r 4a Soft as a glove and fill as close)'. Reinforced
key Hammock will be known far and home, until the rain of \ soles-can't tear loose. Outwear ordinary shoes F5| rt t" ,
wide as Headwater. The townsite I ing somewhat checked the two V> one. Color*-Olive, Tan and Black. D,

of the flames. "Excelsior Boy Scout Piker ''4. < I
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covers about a square mile and has a fi
Dale of St. Cloud
boulevard one hundred feet wide Edward INSTOCK Tbl splendid shoe for boys 1*mi table for school \
done a great deal toward and everyday wear. Select t" '' -I?
around the entire site. The lake frontis black call uppers ,
Narcoossee is
of
the city ,
and busi- \ Unlined. Full
reserved for the city dock
PLANERS RESAW STEAM! FEEDS ii
ing on his 10-acre tract so as bellows tongue. Satru ,
ness streets. Business streets are MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP Extra be avy : V1kJim' *it*
a position to watch his TRIMMERS tr'w 'k+'r oiut price +
residence TOWER EDGERS rwlee.8ottclae +
feet wide and the '
seventy e+ cloth ,
it to bear fruit.
feet when begins !"ERKINS' UINGLm MACHINERY fitting, wears
streets are frOm fifty to sixty
L1 Bkeiron.
Charles Bass and family of
ENGINES a. to .0 ... SAWMILLS *
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wide. A boulevard one hundred fee; W *' .' 31 Look for the "Good Luck" "'
Charm
mee spent Sunday with their BOILERS. up .0 40 ... Light sad Heavy
wide north and south throughthe '
ri runs Mrs. George Bronson, of this JAWWUST CONVEYORS SLAB CAStYEYORSGASOLINE 'Swastika" Good Look Charm attached to every pair of
residence section, west one -.d- "Bxceltlor Bar Scant*"Shoe. None retrain without c 4
tunas The. three Misses Bleach ENGINES STEAM ICEbs thl.charm. Brigh-' yellow metal,like Bold. Alw.ystay. 'r
block from the north line of the tract Cloud spent the day with LATH HILLS STAVE ILLS bright. Floe for prlae at bore'games,baseball].etc.

' and continues to the lake front. The DlaaTON SAWS ;o Other Stylesb 1
E. Mitzel and'taking a walk X
centre of the tract has a plain 185 SAW \tITS fee an aa.kea .f saws r -"Excelilor Boy Sooat*** abase .9t
i our townsfte. s se made la many >trle>. to '
feet which will be reserv- /SIFTING PVLLEVS B XES
by 210 feet, +rua+ oiteTerriwad. "Parade." ,
ed and used as a civic center for thejo.IixSixtySix H. E. Page and family and BELTING 4 ...._..1.. to L'ttHdlkysr "Carapala-n." "Piker"JSV I
+ Waters and family with LOG CIl'AINS CANT HOOKS TONG. j S, t, ,' r andeCamp.71nblachcr.rernlar ,

ford and wife of St. Cloud EVERYTHING FOR THE / f N' + y' X14 gno-i black r
and calf.
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nesday with P. E. Truedell.Mrs. ao. *Mt'l, and.peclal.lklathsa ,
iif Bofl *
Thomdiko and Mrs. "" orPrcee Sita 0 to 10.*3.00. Mmto 1r t'.trnRpgt'

This Is a prescription prepared especiasV. St. Cloud and Mrs. Obed e J TUX EXCELSIOR SHOE CO, PortuDovta, Ohio,

for MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER. place were callers on Mrs.. : For Smlo B*' ; .....,
Five or six doses will break any case, and Young of Runnymede t f DUTTON-HAHRIS CO, Klaslmmee Fla.
if len then'as a tonio the Fever wit not<< Thursday.C. .
+' wtorn.It acts'on the liver better then r.S --.

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t'e, .FRIDAY. ,JUKE, TXfli.;: ;
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,4, her half sister, Lady Warwick, but DO'IT NOW TUB COURT OJf ........ OOtmTT '

'' Should Wives Be Paid Wages? wit.h'a cultured charm- of her own. PURE AND WELL'COOKED [ JUDGE.OSCIUOIVA.STATE COUNT1T.OR KL.OKIDA.'.",... ,
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Her husband It a great deal prouderof r E.ta". .t PrI..n. 'lIa_. ,,

his attractive: sensible wife than FOODS Klsslmmee People Should Not Walt BY W'h@rea.TUB JUDGE Oscar OK Baa AID ha COCRT.. applied te .

of being the :head of the house of Late. this Court for Betters of AdmlnUtr tell
# It Is Too
-NO," SAYS THE DUCIIESS OF SUTHERLAND; "AND IF I WERE I. Until lion on the eatat of Pr cilia Baas d.. 3
Sutherland man of great wealth, cltul@d. late of ald County of O.oeolaj 1
A MAN I WOULD NOT:MARRY A GIRL WIIO HASNT STUDIED and of the richest !landowners .. These are, therefor. to cite 'f t i imonlsli
one .in
I all and sin.ular th. atndrd
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: DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND WHO DOES NOT LOOK UPON I England.. NECESSARY TO GOOD HEALTH The appalling death-rate from kidney and creditor. Of said deceased to be '
I to the and appear before* this Court on or be..
,, HOUSEWORK., AS, HER. NATURAL AIM IN LIFE WITHOUT disease l Is due largely tore the 80th .dayof, June. A.. D. Uu.
COMPENSATION. 'AFRAID TO GET )MARRIED fact that the little kidney troubles are and file objection.. U any they have, to c
STIPl/LATEB: : of I-etter of Admlnlitr
the granting;
In the ,July Woman's' Home Com- DOES MORE TO PROLONG LIFE usually neglected until they become tlon on said estate, otherwise the ..am.i '"
-- ---- panion appears a letter 'written bya ,' The slight symptoms often i 'will be granted to said O.ottr Bass .r
serious.
r : HAPPlNESS-} to some other fit person or persona
+; "If I were a,man," sal dan old fashioned short; and successful. Their marriage bachelor of thirty to a newly engaged AND CREATE give place to chronic disorders and Witness my name .. County Jvjd*. j,

woman, addressing a class in tooK place on the bride's seventeenth girl who abandoned. a promising THAN ALL ELSE COM the sufferer may slip gradually?into of day the of June County' A. aforesaid D. U1I. ,this the Jrel., ,

',' domestic science, "I would only marry birthday.The literary career. Some efficient wives BINED. some serious form of kidney corn' :4-4t(8eal. ) T. M. MURPHY County Jndg ++
lt
A woman who had been taught do duches sspent her days until will resent the writer's attitude; many plainIt \;,

'M" ---,- ".Mestic-.clence. Thls-mean In. all its: she _was 20 traveling and writing I. will admit the truth of what'he says. you suffer from backache head- NOTICE

rt< branches Including'cooki'g; ; making books of short fiction stories and of i A part of the letter follows: There la some truth in the assertion .aches, dizzy spells; if the kidney secretions \oo*.l. ii'; ,
beds marketing, etc. Woe' travels "You have states' rights nor slavery and 1'.Irs
sweeping, probably chosen as dif- that neither are irregular of passage Thin Board of County Cornm1lonr '
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betide him if he doesn't, especially if Then she commenced to show her' ficult;, a career as the one you made a but the frying-pfh, brought on .unnatural in appearahce, do not delay. I and for Oaceola County Florida, will h

he is an old fashioned type of man. husband, her friends, and the people start in, only the world doesn't put it the Civil War; for frying,encapsulated Help the kidneys at once. : the meet purpose on Monday of reviewing July the ;7th.and lilt equal.for

!k i And perhaps we ought to add, woe living on her estates what a real duchess that way. For in the wife's job the the food in a layer fat imperviousto Doan's Kidney Pills are especially Islns/ the valuation.on. fixed Real by K.tat the andpprsonal )
property TaxAsstssor
betide the woman." should do She persuaded her husband standards of success are low, whilein the digestive juices, and the result- I for kidney disorders-they act where of Osceloa County, for the

"The men and women of bygone to convert Trentham hall, a fa- the literary job they are high. ing indigestion aroused the mutual others fail. Over one hundred thou- year 1/1I.} L. OVBR8TREBT, Clerk I'

days understood the Importance of mour country seat in Staffordshire, "Wifehood i '..a profession and a enmities and the berserker rage of our sand people have recommended them. ; .

these words. Women in all classes,' into a trade school for crippled chil- science. This is an age of efficiency: fathers. America is preeminently the Here's a case at home: !NOTICE' TO-CREDITORS.C ':" ,<

from the richest to the poorest, could dren The "hall' was noted for its We Americans are sacrificing our land of the deadly hot bread, the M. Cosner, 609 Mabbette street, I. ..rt of . C..ty "..*.. StoUef '

weave, spin, and embroider, and cook. size and magnificence it had been lives on the altar of efficiency.. My sinker, the flapjack, the Bingo frank- Kissimmee Fla., says: "I feel justi?* FlorUa, -OM* lat C...tr. '3d'

Their potions and household remedies built from the designs of Barry at a work makes me an efficient engineer, forter, the quick lunch, dyspepsia, with tied in giving Doan's Kidney Pills my In, re Estate of FRANK WILCOX. '1

: grave them and their children health cost of $750,000. The rooms in which and when I am .asked why I don't its consequent neurasthenia, and the endorsement, for I know from personal To .11 Cre.l<.r>. .be*.***** DMrlb 4;

f and beauty, which women acquire with titled favorites were once entertainedwere : marry, I never give the true reason. stomach bitters, which often approxi- that this remedy acts justas tree sd all P...... katTlaa; ClalaM I
experience
:1 U...... ...I..t ."!. Batatel ;iI,
difficulty these days. They did not changed into class-rooms and The girls for whom you have the mate whisky in alcohol content. It represented. I took Doan's Kidney or "

I r .bother thei rheads about Latin and work-rooms superintended by excel- I right feeling do not come up te your would not be difficult to prove that Pills when I was suffering from back- notified You and and each required of you to, present are hereby any ;,'/:

\ Greek, and never felt ignorant because lent instructors. Here the childrenwere standard of efficiency as wives, home- "bad cooking had driven many a man ache and kidney complaint and I got claim. and demand have which you, oreither

they were unschooled in the higher taught many trades and handi makers, stimulators, companions ,ad- to drink." Not only are our meats great benefit. estate of of Frank you. may Wilcox. deceased aga lateof the 1.

learning so much appreciated by women crafts. visers. How can I be wrapped up in often badly cooked, but also vegetablesare For sale by all dealers. Price 60 derclgned Occeola executors County. Florida" of said to the etat'un-. !'"

'I today." Guild Now Includes 40U Children: the efficiency craze all day, and come frequently boiled in a way which cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, within two year ftom the date hereof 1--

These are the words of the Duchess The guild has now grown until it home to find less practical efficiency deprives them of their characteristicodor New York, sole agents for the United Dated May 6th... W.A. WILCO7 D. Uti, .I' i'Jo ,r

,I -'-of Sutherland, one of the great leadersof is self supporting and is capable of I than in any plant or mine, I am con- and their toothsomeness. We States. 20-St IL W. W1LCOXOTICK .)'r.I lt.

English society. She is one of accommodating 400 children. The nected with make other dietetic errors when we Remember the name- Q's- and .\ TO I {:'t

the popular 'women in London today workrooms are equipped with the best'i i "And the women themselves are to sugar our salads and salt our fruits take no other.-Adv. 27-2t I :>0\-HK IUET DEFENDANT ':'

and is admired at court for her beau- class of tools and machinery. At the blame for this, for they have not look- There would seem to be among our = Y
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I. the ty and unaffected manner. Her hus- various benches sit crippled childrenof ed on wifehood as a profession ever people, in larger. measure than else- stale of KlorU. Oseewlat CaM f f''l'
.band is one of the richest men in Eng- all ages. They work the regulation progressing, but have looked upon it where in civilization, a contempt for condiment or aroma, the saliva flowsin la lh..rry IU.... % >

land, being a great Inadowner, having hours of their trade, except for such as a privilege. A man's work todayis the culinary art, as if it were beneath joyous excitement, and the diges- M D Tlndall. Complainant. versus Arthur r,:
great mansion and estates in I harder than it was in the A notice decadent savoring of the tive juices, by whose benign influences K"II and Matilda Dora Veil his >
a time as i is devoted to lectures and in- past. or or wife defendant Bill to remove .c';:
the country. struction. All the materials are woman's work has been made easier. effete old world. Yet what in life food is transformed into nourishment, Cloud from Title.Order .
I sup- respond in salutary and fullest m I
,, Result of Foolish Education. plied, and while some work from pat- She has not progressed with the can be more essential than the right
The simple and pleasant way To tho Defendant above named:
"The reason for the lamentable decay terns, the more gifted among the crip- times. Fifty per cent of her energyis preparation of substances which are ure. appearing' by affidavit annexed t*
misdirected. human to bring this about is to pay proper tI..1! I kill l of complaint filed In ''the above
to the
keep machinery going,
of interest in the late Victoriana ples make original designs. Their recreation stated rnu e that the Ar-
> period in domestic science would take includes games, reading aloud "Your advice that.I 'go and do likewise' I in order that the best may be got out attention to the flavor of food. thur TeU and Matilda d..fendant'L his '
non-residents of the United 'i
too long to dissect," she says. "Suf- and music. is characteristic of newly engaged of it, with fewest Blowings down'orinterruptions wife States. are and that their residential addrrss .
\ INVENTION
;glee it to say that for a time they had Another of the duchess' important folks. Seriously, no man is more ? A NEW :'; don. 8 Is W 46 Queen ICna-land.Victoria that said Street defend Lon-

. passed through some foolish decades works has been the revival of cottage keenly alive to the possibilities of the In the Old World the relation of Monard V. Hayes, of Deport, has ants are each over the age" of.It Sears
I and that they are the holder of an Invalid -
4 in education. Many wretched, ill fed, industries. When she was first married right wife than I am. Nobody wants zest and fragrance to food U held invented and recently secured a patenton record title to the tract of land
one or needs one more than I do, for an animal brander, which, if adopt. In said bill described ,
and in
ill developed families, many faded going over her husband's es- vital, and justly so. Great Euro- It Is therefore ordered that the said >
disappointed spinsters, were left to tates, she noticed that some of the being alone much of the time and peans, indeed, have seriously,! interested ed and used by the stock men of this non-resident defendant b. and areh..r..by

tell the tale of incompetence and ig- women were neglecting their homes having a tendency to cut out social themselves in such matters. It is country, will forever stop disputes bill of complaint commanded filed to In appear this cau to.tile on I i
I nonsense, I can readily see what a between stock raisers over the pos- or before the first Monday, the 4th day, '
if and Continent
norance. It wiuld be a good thing their families because they were a dictum on the that the of August. A. D. lilt otherwl the
some,of the subjects at present tanght employed away from home. The wife would do for me. But I am saucier is born, not made. On numer- eessian of stock and put cattlerustlersout allegations of said bill of complaintwill
afraid I be taken a* confessed by the said
d in schools made way for longer hours duchess decided to get them work have reached the stage of ous occasions the elder Dumas invit- of business. defendants

: ,\1", at cooking, hygiene,. laundry, and which could be done at home so that the game where the conventional sweet ed friends to dinner, personally pre- The iron will not only brand the be It published I. further once ordered a week that for thl eight.reter'consecutive *' .

needlework. Practically developed, they could earn 8 living and at the little thing that all my friends intro- pared the most succulent dishes, and initials of the owner, but is so ar- week. In the Klslmrae Valley ><

domestic science, taken seriously, same time look after their families.She duce me to interests me about as muchas then, exchanging his cook's attire for ranged that each animal branded hasa llshed Gazette In the a said weekly n.w.pap.rpub-state.bone ',
a doll or a toy. A fellow who is different number, the numbers run- and ordered n\tln day of
worked his dress clothes his cronies
i. be a valuable cure for the restlessness hard to encourage the revival regaled. May. A. U 1(11. Witness the Seal of
i, of the age." of the hand loom weaving o/ traveling all the time and mingling with the products of his "noble art." ning from 1 to 9,999. the said Court.J. .

The duchess believes that the situ- homespuns, serges and tweeds. The with all classes of people must inevi- Montaigne. wrote a notable book on Wit ha book which Mr. Hayes has Q F. KRIBBS.. U OVERSTREET.Clerk of the Clr-
tably develop a tendency to discrimi- gotten up, a stock man can, by his Solicitor for cult Court. 4
ation is far from hopeless-in fact sale of these goods she fostered by the science of cooking. Frederick the Complainant.. 11-S
'. it is encouraging. By.the right kind I wearing the stuffs herself and encour- nate, and if he doesn't happen to ,, hit Great praised his cook in verse-the initials and the number branded on the

,' of education men and women aging her friends to wear them. the right combination, it is only nat- former being much better than the animal, keep a record of the date he' NOTICE. OF ADMINISTRATOR :i"J,
ural that he should become the variety latter. Lord Bacon it purchased it; what he paid for it; '
ae to- learn the value of good work | Works as Nurse in Hospital thought no For Klul" Dteefcarsre.

and ho wit counts for the home and I The duchess also .gives up a certain outlaw known as a bachelor. sham to bend his mighty intellect to when he sold it, and the profit he IN TIIK ('Ot'IIT OF COUNTY JUDGsl .
4' Men are not bachelors through choice made or if he raised it th edate of
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the children. When women learn portion of her time week work- the problems of the kitchen. The 0!,t'KOLA ('Ol'NTl. STATE ,
'1 every but from necessity and hard luck and its birth, how lang he kept it and .
their work in the home as> a science ing as a nurse for te sick and the composer Rossini composed salads as OK" FLORIDA.I. f
poor. -
they really should be given what he realized on the sale. -
happy She wears the regular nurse's, uniform sym- symphonic as his operas, and regret- re ..... of \\'1111.. 8. ..*...r.
pathy. -Tampa Tribune.DO In case a fence is torn down or
| and does all the hard work requiredof ted that by reason of his' neglected Notice I I. hereby given. to all whomIt
theives are active, the stock man, if man concern that on the lib day of
,' These old fashioned views might early educatiort he could not have
the professional nurse. The institution YOU WANT A SALESMAN January A. U 1914 1 shall apply t.
.' '. :,..'!' j sound strange for most duchesses, but I in which she is small made cooking, rather than music, his ne used this branding iron, would be the Honorable T. M .Murphy, Judge of.
'" : It /'" nurses a The following is a copy of a letter enabled, by the book mentioned, to aid Court. a* Judge of Probate, for'
the Duches sof Sutherland In
come sfrom profession Brillat-Savarin's great
r. hospital founded by herself! for the my final discharge aa Administrator
;?:q'\:'' a democratic family. She is a daughJter -I of from an applicant for a position as work, "The Physiology of Taste," are tell exactly the number of stock, miss- of the estate. of William & Chandler *>'
giving water treatment
purpose sea deceased and that at the time lr
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asks same
.. salesman who if ing their branded numbers and their
,..' of Blanche, Lady Rosslyn; introduced by Dr. Quinton Paris. we. can use "one axioms as profound-at 'least as entertaining will present to said Court my flnal aO-''
liberal I like this one." value. count a. Administrator of said...tate.%
,one of that group of beautiful, The treatment is especially designedto --as ever Plato or.Epictetusset and ask for their approvaL m
4 minded sisters, the Countess of War- diseases Catfish Jan 27 N. C. down. For example: Stock raising as well as 'all other Dated June I.'. A. D. 1111. $
cure arising from over- Mr kinds of W.: W. CHANDLER. V,
c. j. Moke, businesses, needs all the improved
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wick, Lady Algernon Gordon-Lenox, crowding.For "The education of the tastes and the 24-1 mo ( mo Administrator.
1 i seat My Self to rite to if methods and devices
t; the Countes sof Westmoreland, and all this charitable work the see you appetite should be an index of the de- they can
{ I needin any hands in the drummin afford, and we know of nothing that 11DTI'E: OK ADMINISTRATOR .1',,
6 Lady Angela Forbes. Her brother isL' duchess does of civilization."
not her gree
who neglect own I bisness. i went to School in falls has been invented within the past few For Vied! DlKkaraIM .

fore Rosslyn her, marriage went on to the the stage. Be-of home, for she practices what she township, and am 6 ftt. tall i am a "Digestion, of all bodily functions, years that will prove as valuable to Cot HT OF (OUVTY JUDGE, BTATBOK
,t; ? Marquis preaches. Her husband owns more has ,most influence on the morals of the stock raiser this KI.OIIIDA. 04CHOLA! COUNTY.
Stafford she trader to perfection &: can make a as new branding
was Lady Millicent St. than half dozen magnificent estatesin the individual." I. r. .:....Ir of (.force IL Iver." *_..".
Clare Erskine and her dicker if one is in site. i am not iron.-Deport (Texas) Times. edt
4 marriage to different parts of the kingdom. "A good dinner is but little dearer
t+'7 ". the marquis had a-frad'to ramble fer. i got a Unkle Notice In hereby given, to all whom
quite a romance attached They have one beautiful residence at in texis and than a bad one." It may ...concern that on the Seth day
to it.Romance. cum from a family of of December. A. n. 181S. I shall
'ur
applyto
i Dunrobin, in the far north of Scot- traders. i been in the pictre en- "The most momentous decisions of Bronchitisor Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge
of Her Marriage. Ind, another at Trentham, the duke's bisnes personal and of material life are madeat of said Court a* Judge of Probate for,
largement but
.. it are 2 Much my final discharge as Admlnl. ratrlx
She was only 16 and was allowed to ancestral home in England, the "Bren- walkin. i want a ridin when table." of the estate of George H. Iv y. deoeasd *
be present at her mother's dinner tham job. and that at the same tint I will
of
par- Disraeli's
"Lothair and "The fate of nations
I does you need Me and do you pay depends on AsthmaBirch present to said Court my final accounts
,:j ty because one of the guests had disappointed Stafford House in London one of the bored how they are fed. an Administratrix of said estate, and
I or do your agents bord ther ask for their approval. 127In106mu >
his hostess at the twelfth handsomest and best kept residences self. i "The man of sense and culture
am single at this ritin. rite I
I'dUELAdminlstratrlL
ihour. She was placed next to the in the British capital. soon with love alone understands eating." .

-marquis so there should not be third ;, Though she has plenty of servants, boomer "The discovery of a new dish) does Mountain Herb Tea -.'

."' teen at the table. He sa wthat she the duchess superintends all the dif- R. F. D N. C. more for the happiness of the human Has no Equal Nothing

was beautiful, charming, and clever, ferent apartments herself. She never if settlement aint race than the discovery of a planet." ,
your needin hand at
though he had no knowledge of the lets anything interfere with her work. drummin rite who do. Louis XVIII invented a famous dish Just as Good. Sprigg Fleming
me Silas h.
.._t fact that she hurl been trained in all She (Is a devoted mother, having one end. ":"which is perhaps the best thing he ,

the branches of housekeeping and was little daughter and two boys. ever: did for his people. The Princeof Better than any ready-made medi- CLEANING

: as capable as she was attractive. In The Duchess of Sutherland is fair A vinega jug and a pie tin may be Conde won international fame as cines. It is purer and guaranteedmore PRESSING

spite of her mother's protests orTac- and distinguished looging, not per- quickly made into a very serviceable the inventor of an improved bean effective than anything i

count of her\ youth, the wooing was haps with the bewildeing beauty of water fountain. soup. Richelieu, Colbert and Maza- known to the medical profession. DYEING sad

'. -- rin were celebrated for like achieve- Made at home in five minutes- REPAIRINGLeave

_ _i: ments.It even by a child. Purely vegetableand -- --

OO QOOCOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO.O O. 1it does not follow, that in emula- contains no alcohol, narcoticsor word rt my house and cloth c

tion, our chief magistrate should add poison. If you are a sufferer will be crimed lor and return*!.

rht to his already illustrious services by form Asthma, ----- ''
Satisfaction
donning his apron and inventing an Bronchitis: or intact Guaranteed

entirely original sauce princetonnaise; r any throat, J

or that our genial Secretary of State lung, stomach, GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE

If Your Eyes should aid our visitors from foreign kidney or blad-

courts to forget the episode of the un- der trouble, get Via Lake Okeechobee and the Ever

t tS fermented grape-juice, by evolvingfor yourself a can glades.

their delectation la of Birch Moun-
a consomme a
SF.; .,, Are not satisfactory take them Commoner. But our fellow citizens tain Herb Teaat Go by boat down the, KisimmM
River through Lake and
once and if Okaecfcobea.
and their better nine-tenths, and our
to Cole and find out the trouble. doctors, and most emphatically our \ you will start to the Everglades to either Fort Myf':
on the Gulf
nurses, ought to make pure food taking? it regularly, you will begin or Fort Lauderdals4I1NEast

He. fits 'I well cooked a matter of serious national to feel 1 as if life was worth living Coast This is the finest inland
spectacles properly and water in ia
at trip the
import. The only animal which and in a very short time you will world. Nowhere
fY 1 see a wonderful America can wild bird and gams lift
I cooks its' food is man, and. this ia a change in your
. reasonable At condition. It be viewed in such abundance. Writ
;, prices. I badge of distinction from the brute. Just as effective in

\ I We cook :food for at least four reasons severe cases of Catarrh La Grippe or wire Menge Bros., Fort Jljrers, for

) to .sterilize it, to make it nutritious Whooping Cough. Colds, CougKand reservations. 2311. ,
L -... to'render it more digestible Night-Sweats. Our guarantee I
easily
,< 1 Cole's
t : .r Jewelry Store' I, and to improve or vary Its goes with every can and if it does TT"Mo

flavor. The last of these, in the opin not benefit you, your druggist will t,
refund .:;; ;r 1
'' you your
h r ii, lion'of The Journal o/ the American money. 1I>
.... BIRCH MOUNTAIN ,
: .' n. i Medical Association; Is at least as TEA CO., .

,jo e 1f'l" ,:; ', t , r important as any of the others. Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A. '.J'RMU.- 1IrI1JIGIMB'1"D. .
'0'.'','' i When the in .m pPIMi'LkMt9f1PTMAtIttDR.tRVKf-
gustatory nerve tingle Sold by Klssimmee. Drug Co. Klsslm If
oo..oo.o ooooooo.. 'response to. the stimulus of ionic rare mee Florida. jH J
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CHAPTER ROYAL" den ma Senior Deacon and L.L.'PmyriiJunior INC t carnotite re3 that; cannot find'a'mar !:fifififif! ! 1 1 Yilili! YiRfifiYili! : ! ff! !Ii! 1!fififlilififif! ! ! ! EJIIM JZAM
a. Deacon.! RADIUM' THE ket in Europe are today being thrownon

Following the work of the evening, the dump and -wasted. Perhaps

ARCH MASONS sandwiches;'Ice cream and.cake were )1, UNITED STATES when the days'of conservation of,our I Posterity Furniture 1 1Ii
+/ served and cigara.passed around, and natural resources.at length arrive we
----- all present pronounced it a most in* shall be glad to concentrate and conserve 'f
f
terestlng, gratifying and enjoyable what< our foreign friends once 5'' 'I, THE- old furniture ,like LSx
ORGANIZED HERE LAST MONDAY occasion NEARLY ALL GOES. .ABROADMOST rejected when they were exploitingthe !

--:..-.. Kissimmee Chapter has long-been a treasures to which we ourselveswere ,our' grandfathers. !IiiiI
dream of-many of the Masonic brethren blind.BOOSTING.
I i is seldom found !a
TEAM FROM, ORLANDO, HEADEDBY here, but the dream never took IMPORTANT DEPOSITS ABE bought
tangible form 'until in the spring of ,.
W. R. O'NEAL, GRAND 1912, when H. E. Cole succeeded in SCATTERED OVER CONSID- THIS iiI nowadays.

TREASURER, ACTED AS getting' twelve companions together, ERABLE AREAS IN COLO. + The' old-fashoned in,

i, INSTALLING OFFICERS. who agreed to sever their connectionswith RADO AND UTAH CITY. AND COUNTY o )
their home chapters for the pur- I egrity and solidness of
-- pose of forming a chapter here. I
These) with their places of member- The applications of radium in the I construction js .almost.
Arch Kissimmee Masons!Chapter That > No. 10, Royal' ship, were H. E. and E. T. Cole, San- domain of medicine and the possibilities TO GOOD EFFECT IN_ WEST r
' friend of Kissimmee sounds good to 1! ark, '.111.:, Dr.: C. L. .Hyatt, Lakeland, of its ultimate efficiency in the i" entirely gone. .JI
every who.
its real understands Fla., J. M. Willson, Jr., Orlando, Fla.? treatment of disease are (still too little I Time when the
I significance. It means E. E. Livermore, Douglas, Wyoming; understood to permit of any generalizations ARTICLES IN VALLEY GAZETTE was
that Kissimmee
I'' regularly constituted Chapter and is now a J. II. Duckworth, Keosauqua, Iowa; I or unchallenged statements ATTRACTING THE ATTENj j !J Ii furniture of the fathers !xx
permanent R. D. Porter, Philadelphia, Pa.; D. E'l in reaftct to radiotherapy. The TION OF HUNDREDS OF
ti institution, duly chartered by the Lowell, Eustis, Fla.; Wm. Harden, ] readiness with which the quack and : descended to the children xx
Grand
of HOMESEEKERS.
Chapter the State
( and no !Morgantown, W. Va.; Rev. Dr. A. nostrum fakir have adopted the unproved -
''
, longer a temporary working J'I and thence.to the !w
organization Holt, Denison, Texas; A. S. virtues in the persecution of grand-
under a "dispensation." It Dodgeville, Wis.; John H. Harris, I their lucrative nefarious practices is Mount Vernon 0., June 16, 1913. children.
r: means that the Masonic brethren of Portsmouth, Ohio. I familiar to all. Despite this misuse Mr. W. B. Harris, Owner, Kiisinrme

'., Kissimmee and vicinity who desire ad- The recommendation of the Orlando of the newer contributions of chem- Valley Gazette, .Kissimmee, Fla. That was what wecall I
vancement in the beauties and mysteries Chapter for thex.establishment of a I istry it must be admitted that radium Dear Sir and Friend: It will be ,

,'i, of Masonry can obtain it with- chapter here was'then asked for and' with its unknown possibilities as well two years this August since I was in "Posterity" furniture. i,
; out the and inconvenience
: expense of cheerfully granted, and on June 24th, I as its marvelous properties has enter- your beautiful country and city of
' l going from home, and it means an important 1912, a dispensation for its establishment ed into both medical thinking and Kiisimmee and was introduced to you LT- It is the kind of furn-

i additional attraction to many was granted by Robert Mc- doing in 'a way that cannot be over- by Mr. Joe Hall at your office and
iture
of the visitors and newcomers to our looked. The the we sell---dependable I
alleged potency pf
I.,. Clellan, Most Excellent Grand High subscribed for your paper. I considerit -
{ city. Priest. element is only exceeded by its actual a first-class, up-to-date edition in II old-fashoned furniture
! The ceremonies of constituting the During the year the chapter has price. every respect. I could not get along -
chapter took place at Fraternity Halljit been under the Radium institutes have been estab- without in
dispensation chapter it, as it keeps one in touch !H new only style
!, _. four o'clock last Monday evening, degrees have been conferred upon the lished in Austria, France Germanyand with every move that is going on, l fiW
'r following well known citizens: Roma I England; yet few persons are also while I was there I bought a !Ii % and design.

announcewent Thomas, II. Clay Stanford, II. N. Brat- ,i cognizant of the fact that' the United tract of land of the Florida Drained
r conducted by the following compan- ton, D. R. Blenis, Wm." A. Smith: T'I States has radium-producing deposits Land Co. on Fowler Park, and I expect We have bed room

ions of Eureka Chapter, No.7, of J. Woodall, J. M. Hansell, L. R. Far- within her borders and has taken the to make your locality my future iiI ? IJ suits chairs and rockers
Orlando: W. R. O'Neal, (grand treasurer mer, John M. Lee, C. D. Carroll, Rev.S. I palm from Austria as the radium-pro- home. Since my return here I have I

', of the order) as Grand High S. Snyder, J. Earl Lupfer, N. C. ducing country of the world. The done nothing but boost Osceola coun- I tables---in short a complete fiI
Priest J. W. Bunby as Deputy Grand of the Bureau of Mines have fi ,
; Bryan, Capt. Clay Johnson, Robert experts ty and Kissirhmee, and without a ,,
High Priest; S. W. Tilden, as Grand Ricdell, A. B. Bell, F. C. Bryan, J. E. lately revealed a situation in respectto doubt I have talked to hundreds of I I line of the best"posterity"

Captain of the (Host; L. L. Payne, as :Mattocks, C. L Bandy, F. W. Stalker, this unusually valuable element people about the good opportunities ,
Grand Royal Arch Captain, and G. E. \\'. W. Carson, Chas. W. Dann, J. J. which leads to the rather surprising and chances one can have by going I I w goods. I I IIi

McCollock, as Grand Secretaiy, withT. Griffin and S. L. Lupfer, and Capt. conclusion that while all radium placedon there and getting down to business. i' I .
N. Clark of Kissimmee Chapter, I James Simpson, Col. A. Johnson and the market in the last few years I always make mention of certain articles .

acting as Grand TIler. T. N. Clark were added to its charter! ,. has been produced in Europe, a large you have printed about such
Following the constituting of the list by affiliation. Two "teams" are ,, portion of this output has come from things as the crop of onions and mel- Osceola W

chapter, its officers, who had been previously -! now ready for the Royal Arch degree American ores. Carnotit and pitchblende ons the paper contained that the gen- 0l.x !
chosen, were duly installed, and other applications for member- are the uranium minerals tleman had, and they very often say, Hardware ifiW !
.. as follows: High Priest, John II. i, ship are pending: so that the faith of which carry the radium. Practicallythe "Well, that looks or sounds pretty big, j ..xCompany
Harris; King, R 1) Porter; Scribe, those who were instrumental in the total American output of pitchblende but of course one who understands
Roma Thomas; Captain of the Host, establishment) of the chapter has been the richest of these, has come these things must take people's goodor
J. E. Mattocks; Principal Sojourner, well sustained from the mines in Gilpin county, Colo- bad opinions." So I tell them thatif I 1 !
A. J. Holt; Royal Arch Captain, S. L. The chapter is fully equipped with rado. Pitchblende of the highest they want to see something go 1 Kissimmee .:. florida

Lupfer; Master of 3d Veil, II. N. the paraphernalia for its work and is I grade was sent out of the country ata down to Florida when crops are being :

Bratton; Master of 2d Veil, I D. R. in every way a vigorous and flourish- I time when the world's radium out- taken off and see for yourself. When- j !filififiliIilififififififi! ! ! ! ! !fifififiliYifi! ! 'j.
. Blems; Master of 1st Veil, L. R Far ing institution. I I put was supposed to be coning fromI ever there is an opening I always put

. mer; Treas., F. C. Bryan; Sec'y, H. E. I Austrian ores. Parsons has pointed in a good word for Osceola and Kis- j
Cole; Sentinel, T. II. Clark. i out that while the Austrian government simmee, and I have handed out a i
A recess was then taken for supper, NOT BAD FIGURES 'i realizing the untold possibilities big bundle of your other edition and mQI

(. .a after which lodges of Mark Masters The Florida shipping season is of the radium ores of St. Joachim- 1 would like the pleasure of doing'' ;
_ it Past Masters and Most Excellent a i'out r\cr It has on the whole ben! 1: sthal, has purchased the mines, put publicity work again for the new I )4 0a1 ;

Masters were successively opened and a particularly good year for the growers j their output under direct governmental edition, and you can count on me to ( c/ 1
those degrees conferred upon a class of fruits and vegetables. Florida supervision, and entered into an put out right. I will give to people If
1 of six candidates with T. P. Warlow farmers took in more cash this year I arrangement whereby this ore is that I think there is a chance of locating i \
I
7 t of Orlando as Right Worshipful Mas- than ever before. Of course there I worked up in cooperation with the or going and seeing at least.In zn l
ter, J. W: Bunby as Senior Warden, were growers who did not realize Vienna Academy of Sciences for experimental fact I gave even the one I saved I

,.,t, Roma Thomas as Junior Warden, G. much of anything from their crops. | purposes in a carefully ad- for myself.. ICKEIASIn
E. McCullock-as Secretary, S. W. Til- There were those who shipped fruitat ministered radium institute, Americahas Excuse this lengthy epistle, but I 1
,, '" a time when it was rotting on the allowed her much more extensive owe it to you and would be more than
t foI
s What looks most like a choice, trees and markets were very bad. 'resources to be exploited on a basis pleased to hear from you. With best 1 _
fr tender, juicy steak? j Some of them had their whole crop in which wastes perhaps irretrievably a wishes and success of the new edition,
r this kind of market, with disastrous large portion of the material mined, I am very truly,
o. OLIAR5
rt results. There were yet other growers I and has exported carefully selected ore J. EMMETT ROGERS, ,

'J., who allowed speculators to take at a price by no means commensurate 11 Prospect St., Mt Vernon Ohio. I )- .... &:""J 4 4YOU ,
their crops with very little, if any, | with their radium value if worked up I r.. .
money down, and these speculatorsalso !1 at home. At least 20 or 25 tons of "CELESTIAL" AS AP- arsssssssssssssss. .. S. :
r. struck this bad period and inconsequence 'high-grade pitchblende have already PLIED TO CHINA

-.".Mce. 1 had nothing to pay the been sent out o( the country. Everyone knows the epithet "Celes ;
I I glowers with. However, as a whole, Of late the foreigners have realized tial" applied to China, but few know can accomplish much through saving a little out of ,.;'
.
I
. :, the growers of citrus fruits did very the value of our carnotite resources its origin pay. ,/
well and more money came into This mineral, which always According to a very old legend, },

... 'I Florida this year from the sale of carries vanadium as well as uranium Thibet{ is a fragment of a planet, once The seemingly little dimes and nickels will soon grow to surprising -
fruits than for any other year in the Cnd radium, is purchased almost whol- peopled by a yellow race, which in
111', and delightful proportion, and small beginning will J
,, : history of the state, probably close ly for the radium which it contains. some way became detached and fell on } your
.
I., 04Il 1 to $1<>,000,000, as nearly 8,500.000 The more important deposits are scat- the earth. The dazed inhabitants of pave the way to a comfort giving bank.. account. ;.;:
,.,.- boxes were shipped and the average tered over a considerable area in Col- the fragments were uninjured, and, !k.
IX return by the Florida Citrus Exchange orado and Utah. The U. S. Bureauof cold and hungry, they made their way THIS BANK WILL HELP YOU ,'
Why another choice, tender, juicy
, steak! to its grower was close to $2 Mines has discovered that these toward China, where they peopled. ASK US ABOUT IT TODAY '
t..4 per box f.o.b. Florida. Beside this ores are being shipped abroad in some This origin of the Chinese race led to ... I,,

-- amount the railroads got between i quantity. their calling. themselves "Celestials, t!
,LI l $5,000,000 and $6,000,000, making the I Bearing in mind that practically and it was for this reason that the 4 '..
.:: OUR STEAKS are nniform in total value of the citrus crop run con- every ton of radium-bearing ore minedin Emperor called himself Son of .
I -1 r.i.
siderably over $20,000,000. Of the ; 1912 went abroad, that the American Heaven. !
"J quality. They are in a class I $16,000,000 coming back to Florida, I deposits are by no means inexhaustible Such at least is the legend.TorontoGlobe. i
I STATE BANK OF
gf by themselves, and at the head I approximately $6,000,000 was spent that we are rapidly deplet- .

.' for picking, packing and marketing, ing our reserve and shipping away
of their class. leaving the growers $10,000,000 for material of great value and unknown SOME OLD-TIME WALL PAPERA KISSIMMEE

their I product on the tree, or an average possibilities which cannot be replaced, sample of the first wall paper
of $1,000 each for every citrus that the present market value of radium used in America is in the possession I .'.
fruit grower in the State.Florida is about $2,250,000 ounce; that of Frank Hall. It was imported from i
THEY COME from choice stock Slower J the American medical fraternity has London, Eng., in 1738 by Samuel Tall- I '>
rI
been compelled te procure from cott to paper the rooms in a house in
designed for those who appreciate which built for him I
tee a Ml that Glitters is Not Gold. abroad such radium as individuals or Glastonbury was
choice meats. Come I One Jay an Irishman was seated in hospitals could afford, and that the by his father, Benjamin Tallcott, in I Capital $50,000.00 .
study of the possible application of 1725-27. The paper was taken from I
i the waiting-room of a station with Surplus $30,000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00 :
:4' and make your choice. One radium in a therapeutic way has been the walls of the house in Glastonburyand
odorous in his mouth.
-'!! !1 Iof I the attendants pipe called his attention hampered greatly by its almost prohibitive is in. as good condition as whenit I Officers and Directors

--- to.lhe sign: "No Smoking." price, we must welcome an was placed there, a proof of the C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Prest. ,:

I "Well," said Pat, "I'm nat a-smok- Investigation of the situation by Am- good material. M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest.
w I SAM STORY in'," : erican authorities, says The Journalof Mr. Hall is going to send a sample I .\
the American Medical Association. piece to Admiral George Dewey, a ROMA THOMAS Assistant Cashier ,
PROPRIETOR "But you have a pipe in your :
mouth. Scarcely anyone has taken up the extraction descendant of the Tallcotts, with his I :

and refinement of radium in, compliments, in a few days.-]Jlartfordi
"Shure, an' I've shoes on me feet, f I
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Lo, FRIDAY JUNE 27 1"1" >lJ
._ PAGE I. ;\: THI KISSaM,11 'va11 RY" n'AZETTE. A.. 4

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Mrs. May ..Chisholm Clayton and CAME TO S. J. .
; Kissimmee + OOOOOro-aoopooeofioofi0 a
The
Valley Gazette. : .. The Local Field Miss Louise Thomason will!l open a 1 .

A : SPECIAL EDITION"" I I six weeks' term of summer school at SOUDERSJHURSDAV 1 :.

PUBLISHED ETERT: FRIDA.T. OFFICE IN VALLEy' GAZETTE BUILDING. .0 BE ISSUED JULY 16 0a the Osceola Hich school building next ;

KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. The 'charges will .:,$
< 0 Juno 30. :
- --- Monday*

W, B. HARRIS .. .. .. .. .;, -. v .. Owner <. The. special corps of writers 0 Flags at Gilbert's.] ; 27-lt be $5 for one month or $7J, ,.for the ; ,AFTER SIX WEEKS CONFINE. ""}?,.
'
S J. TRIPJJETT .. .. .. .. .. '" Editor and Manager .... and photographers in charge ,of 0 business visitor six-weeks' term. 27-lt WENT' FROM ULCERATION** ".
_ ,.. .. A. A. Tano was a

SUBSCRIPTION'RATES; One copy, one year .__ ..____......_______-_ i.pu ,<. the Special Industrial Edition of,a Orlando\ Monday \ j jt !" All day on the Fourth of July the OF STOMACH. \> ).
One copy, al xmonths ____.__... .76 One ,copy, three months, ______ .40 < the Valley Gazette have pro- i "
---.-- -,--" -greased so rapidly with the work 4( Cut prices on men's suits'and pants, Pastime will give continuous picture being confined- to his ,J
All communication ba feature film having After : bed for "
except from our authorized correspondents must i shows, a special !
signed by tbe writer. < of compiling this edition that we <( F. H. Lawson.. 27-lt i been secured for the occasion entitled"A six weeks with ulceration of the stomach

r r Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for( 4 are enabled to:announce tho date 4( [ and able
not being to
of the Confederacy partake of
-
Daughter
Entered at the PoBtofTIco In Kla.lmm e. Florida, second-class mall matter. (0'of publication as Jujy) 18th. 4: Mrs. L. H. Ingram is 'isit.ing"1l'icnd; is interesting-story during a food d) or nourishment for 'four weeksdeath -
,. I This an ,
*:
been
; There has practically
( 1-(0 at Arcadia. in 1803.Dr. ,! brought relief to the sufferings
1 c .... . .. . . . Friday; June 27, 1913, every business in. Osceola county 4:: crisis in the war occurring
" "m .,..., .. ___._,_ _.__. ...._ 'i'I IC.. but 4: Call and our boy's ,suits going I 10f S. J. Souders at three- o'clock ,1*
-- - --- -- --- -- covered already, there are a see I people l ,
. - --- ----- --- ;. J. W. Simpson wishes the : Thursday morning. Death had beeni
< few who are yet to be interview-. at cut prices. F'. II. Lavvson. .27-1 he
know that while
incumbent"- to ,
Congressmen expressed of Kissimmee
for
momentarily expected
: I satisfied with :--ed, which! will l>e finished within < I I the West during July] ; I sever, i
themselves as : : Mrs. K. V. McElroy spent" ; Saturday: intends to tour day
t. : THE! NATION CAPITALBy I It <. the next two weeks. -! I intend to -
r the attitude of Postmaster General j. with friends in Ta mpa.lUlt he runt afford nor does lie Mr. Soudeis had reached the age of

I Bud'son.11': (']al'k, of Florida, stating I (0 This mammoth edition of the miss the big celebration here July !' fifty-nine years and six months
,
( WINI'IKLI I ) JONES ) / that he felt sure of Mr. Austin'sappointment. ;I.0: Valley] Gazette will contain a general !* A "\\ ad"! in this paper costs Ith that )he will beheie early, staylute I log to this city from Dayton) Ohio com-
j ,
in
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description with ?
photographs live line week. I
only rent u per line the
the MI
and be1 filing
on 1 t91b! ) ( ,
October, on account of
t Washington, |II. C, June 20.--1'111' (I.:' of all the progressive and .!. his fail
'ost-I ,. 1' II. Lavvson I has |'.undo of Horribles.] health. He Was born in
must up-to-date ing
for Perry
contest for United States Marshal In the Daily) Bulletin! of, the ) : up-to-date concein* in this spc4 w I v
\ of Florida] i iI is I '. the -hoeat reduced price, :liT-lt ofI county Pennsylvania later C
the Northern District master General; the following older tion, together; with general] !> "Revivals" will) Irthe subject moving

I getting hot. appeared" : I 1 ISl'lnlallllual .:. desciiptive matter" of the resour n! (Old new, spupcrx for sale! at- il is office I II" Sibeit's sermon at the; nwrningservice 1 to Ohio..lie was married to Miss Ma1 .

t The first of the three? candidates, Statements of Ownership, ': .:. c-i's of this county, toll make !one **' :I'd! eenla bundled. of the Methodist church next sue Scott in 188! and one son, Scott

for the position to arrive in Washington / (Circulation etc., of Publications. .:' of the most valuable advertising .!. Sunday In the evening the) enlnetime Seiiidc-is<< who resides, in Chicago sur.vives .

i was Judge J. !F. C. GrijrjfM/ of I'e-n- Office of Third. Asst. P. %L (;Jen,, .:. medium that has ever been. published <. F.! II. Lawson will Rive you best will be given over to the EpworthLongue. him. He leaves also seven

I sarola, who arrived a week ago and l Washington/ June '.'((>I. llt.!) !! .:' from any South( Floiida .'' bargain in town for the eu
f'' left today for home. Closely following ]In a decision tendered June Id.( 1 IKK!I] :!, .:. tow n. <. program, which i is published elsewhere whom, :Mi., A. F. Souders resides in

his arrival came Mr. Perkins, another the Supreme Court Of the United .!. Those who have not ulieady .!. I| Just arrived, nj.ce line Ladies', and in this issue i : :i K i-si m mee. .i!
(Chuldien'sunderwear} at Gilbert's.J71:
t candidate, and right behind him States upheld the constitutional val- .fr arranged' fur spare' in this edition <. :Mr. Souders was a member of Day. t

1', W. Ward accompanied .> should in touch with this ofice .'' II. G.; Seiver reports the sale thiswek I ton, Ohio Camp of Modern
came George
i. j idity of the Act of August :24, liiili.!/ ; get If you have anything to rent sell Woodmen

I by Hon. W. W. Flournoy, of I'ensa- embodied in Section 4671"( "/, Postal ';:. ( at once ':' I t or swap: try a "want ad" in the Valp[I of the Carson farm, just north of America, and had become well ;

cola. Ward and Flournoy are still Laws j and Regulations, on page !5 of (0 1 ley Gazette. I[I'A the city, to A. J. Lane of Oklahoma) known throughout this section, and

here. They have occupied their time the October, 1H2!/ supplement to the '* ':-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:.+ ,, l City, and the Nickert farm on Shingle] ,|, was much liked by all his acquaintan- I

calling the Representatives and few odd styles in Ladies' andchildren's Creek to Moses Thanes" who moved I .
ccsj
upon Postal Guide; requiring: the submisi' 1Il'It X.\ IE AND U'SIXESSSllOl'l.11 (
I
shoe:* at4" price at Gil- i here 1 1bert's. from Missouri. This
Senators Fletcher and Bryan to secure lion of semi-annual] statements of the ALWAYS ..1P1'EARNo recently j I I The funeral will occur this afternoon

endorsement for the office. circulation 27I -] ( J! i is the second farm and grove on Shin- I I from, the residence on Beaumont
t i [ ownership management,
( business' man in any town should and
It is believed that both Senators have j I |i Kle Creek JII r. Thomas has purchased
I Ii i I
Mabbette streets with
second- ,
entered interment
(i etc.1 of publications as allow a newspaper published in his | :\lrs.\1.: Tiller and daughters Misses ati

so far not decided to endorse any class matter and the marking a- an town, to go without his name mentioned Virginia and Katherine, were visitorsto j We are in receipt of the twenty- I'i I Kosehill cemetery. Rev. J. D. Sibert,

candNlates, but it is probable they will "uh'rtl-n1l'nt" of editorial or other '' somewhere in, its columns Tampa Thursday and Friday of I eighth annual catalogue/ of ]Rollrns I II j,'pastor of the Methodist church, will

f decide upon a choice within the next reading matter for the publication, of This applies to all kinds of business, I this week. '''College. Its preface states that it is "fficiate1I .

week. which moor or other valuable con- general I stores, groceries, furniture I I the oldest college in Florida and from I I

Perkins, it IH understood wasi unknown .side-ration is paid accepted, or promised dealei j, ) s, professional\ men, and in fact K. A. Langford of the Shingle Creek II its inception has been a success ]It
EPWORTH
to either Senator Fletcher ort except teligioufraternal t -mu, | classes of business men.. This does I settlement was in the city Tuesdayand has a ]large faculty of trained teachers, LEAGUE
Senator Bryan until he entered the was an appreciated caller at this
peiance, and sou-ntific. ', or otherim- not) mean that you should have a whole] ,headed by Rev. W. F. Hlackman Ph.
contest He is a first cousin of Attorney office. SPECIAL SERVICE
(liar| publication--/ or even a quarter page ad. in every I)., L L. I).
I General McKcynolds, who will Publications which have not filed the
i issue of the but and -
paper your name Mendenhall: of Kissimmee' was
I make the appointme-nt Perkins' andMcReynolds' -tatcmentfor October) 1 111! :!. and business should be mentioned if 1)) B Potts left yesterday to atS t .\11.\> > VEXING: AT METHODISl
\B you ado well known Osceola county citizen -
mothers were sister-. Apul 1. ll'l:' I I. alt lequired to do -o atunre I,,tend the State Press Convention m '
not use more than a two line space business in the '' ) ( 'lIl'H'IIDELEGATESWILL
transacting city (
I Upon this fact .Perkins is believed to jes- session at Tampa. Mr. Potts who :
A stranger picking up a newspaper' t<'i rday; -- Tampa Tribune. June ?: ;>. REPORT
.
base his for the
hopes appointment.Whether Postmasters will promptly cciminu- should 1nuate be able to tell just what bus, has so successfully edited' the OsrcoluJouinal )

I'n'sid..nt'ison. ] who has the information .. for the past ten months will
foregoing to iiesis l represented in a town by looking Miss, Frie-da Riecltl and LillieI'Mjrgers ,
stuck to hit decision not to appointany (1,11Sundu' for Miamivhcie, he- I 1'he regular t''nIl1K'iervice at theI.thodt
the publisher of each publication entered ; at the business mentiorx-d in the '' letuined home- Tue'sdav after '

of his own relatives because of as second-class matter at their paper This is the best possible town u pleasant' visit. with friend and lei- has accepted the )position' of city, editor :\ church next Sunday will be

family ties, will see the Perkins case respective offices, and inform those ': advertising The man who does not aliveat \\'intr Garden; and Turkey of Metropolis, given over to the Epworth League.

J ; in that light remains to be seen who' ] have not submitted the statements advertise his business does LukeI I 1 The delegates and visitors from the
i, an injustice J K < ;, John-ton and wifeac.com
is believed to base local) church
Judge Griirgs j who
for October 1., ]191-2! and April 1. 1913! to himself and his town He th. attended the State
his hopes of appointment upon the'' that| statements for those dates in who 1i is I i lion. H :S. I'hilljps will be the or 'pained' by :Mi-s Kli/abelh; 1 Donegal' i convention at St Augustine, will report -

fact that he was in "favor of Wilson's 'If duplicate, on Form 3526, should befiled of man the boosting expects the for paper his to do most t ator at thecelebration) here July 4th Mis.: \ Alley<< and) J, J J. Griffin; went to on the work of the League over

J town. The Oilando :Monday to visit ('h..,. Done-I'
f nomination before the Baltimore convention immediately.] When such statements life of which in itself, should bring half the the State of Florida.
i town ,
any depends thelire
J and that as a delegate to the :i, are filed the postmaster will wide-awake and liberal]upon bu people' in Tampa belt on, that occaion gun who I i- .confine-el, the Church and The following program has been

convention he subsequently deserted I ines' -I !Home Hospital, with a fractured knee'I'hcy arrange-d for the
promptly forward one'copy of each to men in it.-Eustis Lake Region. Sunday evening str-
the Underwood column and voted for the Third Assistant Postmaster Gen- .1! II report :Mr. Iloiu-Kan doing c-11, vice, there being no sermon on that
whom
Wilson has been Hallev.than no' more live nleal able to return faros week
He Wilson in J a
:. a man I eral, Division of Classification, and retain SOMETHING VERY ) or date ;
dialer) ,
estate ever lived at
Lough-two .
j a long time. m the other in the files of the post- FAMILIAR: IN: THIS TI! ", organization of the league- t.
rAt those
who
Ward too is understood have w'aamong took a
to ,
A ,'rtu Hopson.
office.
) a recent meeting{ of the Fort lyde Barber ,returned lust week I"fiom
higher I
been for Wilson I step in Masonry' on Monday
for President
t a long ,The failure of any publisher to file :Mead Board of Trade, a membei night' (Oklahoma] where he had spc-nt' Purpose the Epworth I League and

I time. His friends assert he was for the required statement after his attention cntici-ed the Leader of that city with t the past six months as an employe! its relation' to the 'hurch.-U.rold

i. Wilson before the State primary. has been invited to this circular ''the claim that it did not devote -uff ', For all who visit, the )Pastirne of the famous :Miller\ Iro-! 1 11)1<) I Kancli., Hu//.a.

Ward has not been a resident of Florida should be promptly reported to 'fie'lentpace to l boosting the city, theater next Friday :Manager Wood- I Mr.I Bailier says there is agie-at den Solo Alma Griffin;

+ for many years. He moved thererecently the Third Assistant Postmaster General At alxiut the same time, the City I I I *beik has secured patriotic flag stick i I i glamour/ about! Oklahoma but viiyi The League! Cal.ndar.-Nina Brat-

in connection with the organisation ], in accordance with the provisions (Ji bunch of FortIeade: refused to give. I|'spins I that will be distributed. at each) .little i 1 1I of the real thing' to attract a ton

\ J of the Pensacola State Bank. I i of paragraph 5, Section 4671( !,. Postal] I, municipal' legal/ notices to the Leader I|I I peiformance, ; I man, and that he 'is content to roman\ Some of the things the Epworth

,: is Laws and Regulations. i for publication, deciding that it would here during the balance of his allotted Leagueis I doing/ for the mental and
Illiteracy rapidly on the decreasein "Meet:
me at Kissimmee! July) 4th.
A. M. DbCKERY, 'be economical Jo have them typewrit ; !M time. spiritual uplift of its members.-Virginia
Florida owing chiefly to the widespread
: I'll show you the time of your life." .
Asst.
Third P. M. Gen. Tiller.
*\. ., -'' leadership of men and women .' ten.The That's the talk you hear on the streets On ;
account of
? two incidents fit in very aptly a mix-up in dates the) Violin Duett-Helen Jones.
.
i-v'I' "'.),i .of industriously women who :Representative e Clark was today appointed ,and reveal a situation that exists in, of all the, nearby towns, especially( Sylvia Summers Co. and Macldocks Need of graduating certain
have set to :work to im member of, the Lincoln Memorial Orlando and Lakeland '' Ep-
] ha\'e'L
j many other towns. The newspaper i is I players en able! to conic to thiscity worthians._Mildred Winn. _
the schools of the State and
4 prove secure Commission which named I
,1- was ,expected to /give its whole space" and W. J. Soars accompanied by his- next :Monday to remain three Solo. Ella Mae Gilbert. .
increased '
a greatly i in the of the last
provisions
j publichuildinjs
according to information attendance'i today 1 bill to investigate and the time of its editors to boosting the wife and son and :11rs.ay\ Livingston.Mr '. nights They will play at llie- Pastime Report by Junior Delegate.--Mur-

from the National Board of Edu- report (community arid when a proposition : -. Lewis O'Hiyan and Miss I Sue Monilav Tuc clay anilVccliie"ela, > ,lay Ove-i.street.He .

cation. the to Congrsss upon a design for arises to help the newspaper 1 exist by I I Watson motoiecj to I Orlando :Monday !in addition. to the ngulai, ))1)<' iii-. 'port by Senior League Delegate.]
Memorial Brid
i Reports have been received from ,""*- cross the .I'oto- (giving' ,it a bit of business theie's and spent the day with friends *: and no extra' ihaigi+ will, In- mailelive M I. lie'He", Buzza.
mac river from Washington to Arlington
| / "nothing dOIllgfor the pool new&papel' anil tin ii-nt-, im luding tbiextian 'I bos,. who attended the
different counties in the meeting at
State from I National Cemetery on a line with 11. E. Cole, maiiaifei,. of (Cole's jewelry | i foi, niani e- of t this jiopiilar/ I "Ia -'r-, St. Augustine from
time to time ) Kissimmeej.
showing/ steady improve the United States The wereMisses
Capitol
members Under store lAoadav
such tieatnicnt fiom the on +y, spent Tuesda.v :
: ments in school facilities, general attendance I city 'I hi Svlvia Rolle HU//.U, Nina Bratton and
of Summei-
the Commission (
President "
I are father, the Tnbune .all at Lakeland anil Wednesday at \Vintei mnpain' ; will I
is n } -urpns-> '- :Mildied/
[ Winn
and deeper interest taken i Wilson Vice PresidentIal'hall.: I 'return' to tlie I'u -lnur : TIII'-I and :Messrs. Harold
l, eel that the Lcadei boosts l t Haven at }both of which places' c. Miudav." fl i iil .
by parents in education of their i hil- Claik, uloudly :".\ and U'I'diif-dav u//it :and :Murray Overstreet. They
Speaker Chairman (Clark of the and ""' -I lI'"tly as ,t\ docs., It A, Cole ovdis a jcweliytire', 'heel \\ ek.. putting ; -
deem ti tinned| home
1 i dren. The prediction is made by the i I ]House/ Public Buildings and (Giounds; ] to be iicc-iving, I on "II"J't'ly new |ilav-- I Inn' of- last Saturday.

Bureau that before long Floudu will 1 1 ( ''ommitteand\ Senator Swanson of sant appr-eiatiunv[> 'of N I I N'otuc to, Masons All members}" of f finiig :Monday 'night! will, lie "'I beBlligvilli -- --- --
'I npat'lotle' (!fold -Tampa Tribune, \11'' 'E.: ",
be able 16 compare favorably with any I 1 1 the' Senate Public Buildings Commit- i I ( 'rangHlo": ", ,", J.HI:0.:: :JO.( I", k Hotel( ,," Till'! d., ) "1'h- eilninon ,- FgRei-sgluess will leaveSiimlaj

j of the other States so fur us her educational I''tee, Turn \lxiul is Fair Pliiv. I A M 1. arc iC'.|uesi.ei| to meet at( the, I I a\\ ." ;alld \\.bll'-day a \Ve--te-in at noon for Ills old home in
I Ii : ,
4 facilities ai* concerned-: Kelly' li. Harvey, of 1'unjii Cord i fart ( ')liiistnias a middle-aged tinf li, hall at nine( o'clock' cm I-nd.iy:, 'man,- bill., \i II-- this |16rdi! ; |, r " '""II",- "MilwaukeeVi I"".. ," wheie he will spend

I i The Navy Department has sent rn'iPtu urge the estubli-hment t, plute-ttuiker mail',led 1 a widow whose |i i 'ing, .Iul> 1th 1ana'Thumu', :\1. \V M(1. have brio K-duccil( to -/ ,unl 10 tintwhich -, I. i-ii--iindi i of the summer, retumi -

to Senators Fletcher and Bryan and 1 u ]Bulugirul!i Station at St. James1t i' acquaintance1+ he had made < with r tlic-. excelli-nt -i rlg 'n- some tune, in September.Man.igei .
but 1
fewif Mogiain|
a I'lof ]Ilc'iiDan o
FI..u'ht of
;
r all four LaGiiingcMo : -, / Woodbc-ck this
Representatives a notice t 'City. on Pine Island. The weekbefciie |J.1l line- -h election 1 while<< work pac' k t thehouses" ,
II.//( some lit"1distaliie : !
', it is now ready to begin distributionof | 111'1'1\.1 III the city thi we-ck on, I ic-ic-ive-d a letter from the State Vetermaiian -
theta.llOn .
11 -
,
was provided for and (
from I
ap. home. la
w away
{ prospecting tour, and funs the Lruuaid" \\ Ihut
Maine Memorial] tablets to municipalities piopnation made for dUl'lng' the last lIl'1ah," hisaid way 'Ilham"f litterns, 1 some time next week
neivously, afti-r i i he1" expiesved! himself it is mme thullIlk.ly mi ri in Hii- h,1'l, . |
military] and ] hihipped to Kissimmee
nian.ig of
nun" ) the
naval associations (Congiess. The bill provided that t the guests had departed "I 1 'av wed- t bi g
forr'ner hhe a I he will bcconn.a; i ) pis., null at( I a' in I of
peirnuriint ,
societies and Luuglunal
te pictuies the
> ofliceysand station should be established on t dm'piesonffor, 'e.'hat ." I ', way; a vis- howing dippii'l' -.
i crew of the Maine Ii| "lesidi-nt Men, to the elt in-ilav I ..f i attic- which took this
or their hens (Gulf; Coast of Florida, and llaivey i is "\\ i is It. John :? said Sairah I i ) :\11'd, place in
or | liam-, -tut-- (that , 'ul\' a f\ tusks,
t representatives. iiiging/ Representative Sparkman to \\ ,thI spin'k. I: J, (Hugh I lic-c-s, ]11. It: Putt and \ ', tlhwg 1 i- (| inel afo( Announcementof
+ The (ablets. are made from | a- I nut ;a I nltle an In. t t.h) dated" will, 10 made
1
metal as
use his efforts to have it located at "I 1 ''1'(' ye won't be 'fended, .Saiiah," Lime .Johll"lo"i sp'nt the day rvic-s- '? ? "?, t 11in I", as soon
(brass, bronze or copper) recoveiedfrom St. James fan ;among tin. m'irni o mi.lv.lTi , 'th< Y III" I'ive,
City. Spaikmun will take ] said John, more agitated' than ever, day fishing III the lake, and their suceess -,

I i i the Maine, are thirteen by eighteen the matter up with the Derailment; i II "but it 'is-ei -=-er-it is five of 'em." mu-t have le-en-out of the aidnary 'i' icason being' thai( II-MMI of theJiailei :NOTICE.

( inches in size, and weigh about of Agricultuie.r ] J "Five ( for, it of those who. atteinplcd -I
of oat ? asked Sarrah. ieiuned| practically' tftciiitile ' / +1 .lohn :M.
Hansel!
fifteen pounds. Those applying S |( Thomas F. McGouiin; of :'cI.5a0Ia. I "Five children !" blurted out .Johhidraperatly n |i j clay to complete( t he'job.I tniy.il a fcw days ago hfing -nfclj lads. ,'I--| :. II. Hall's interest having in purchased
,
the
the i !
: tablets are required to in jail at Barlow garapaknown !
J.he I United -
pay States Marshal]
I for ti"!! Nastern
,
'
| aiiticijjatmg 1
actual cost of casting which is a scene. "Idldn't I I 11.1., C, llama 'is in the city this i as llansell & Hall, said J. M.!
I about I I District i ii
I of Florida, and Phillip: tell ye 1 'ad children-. five I Ir S. J.' 'h' ,,
of' week i iplelt' of KisMiiitncc" Ilun-11 tell, | pad all bills and collect]!
$5.00 each and the freight to de&tinaton. i Hannah, a retired business man of Pen- j \' ." 'I : visiting/ his frien( s. Dr. Moore t mallIll'r -
r
foul
Y ,1 ', sacola is on his way from Sanford to St editor, of the Kissimmee"Valley I all counts due said firm.IIANSELL .

for the were Washington today vis- Saiiah took the news quite calmly( ; | Peteisburg, at (Ga/ctte; \ ainvoel' in t th-|, &. HALL.
i Applications tablets mvt.be iting members of the Florida dele- in fart she which latter place] he: last c-ity
j appeared rcleived. has j night for the Pi ess con'l lvcntlon 1 IJ! ]1913! ; 26Ullrilrr
made direct to the Secretary of the I puichased' a drug stoie. lie will gooks '
I gallon and watching the contest l b e- "Oh, well. John," she said, "that do / :Mr. ( '
Navy first take charge next week. Triplelt\ (paiil t theTri -
obtaining a printed blank (wean Judge J. F, C. Griggs; and make it earsier for me to tell Five i I bune. u : :
for the After the ye. sisal appicc'.uic.J, ,all| | | for 1'.u..I1..u..
purpose. ast
application George; Ward
fur the marhalhip.fcQurin :: ,i is not so bad as:: me, watever. Seven Rev Chisholm, will preach night and inspected" '
Sunday (the,
has been I I i plant| from' vclllllru'rrrluNt
approved notice of allotment 1- !\ ; .
off I
stopped for the 'av !
day got the
on morning{ on the subject of "Sin of janitor's :
'
will be sent to the applicant, his urey.buck from I! i supply loom to (Col St o y- 1\ < I lie 1.1' ;- ..uR-
i Chiltcnham, Id., "Wai! howled John. Omission. Mrs. S. L. Jackson all's sanctum, rot MTf M'.ATH OK F
The tablets represent Columbus where he I slatepresident The rilunc will keep I IIi \, "|': \ |::\-1'II Jt UII'IA |. (,'111I -
f conducted .two prisonersd "Seven, repeated Sarrah composed- of the Christian Woman's open house during the < I'I', cisc ";U'.A ou.vn..
with head bowed, bearing the United: |I the Maryland Reform ] meet and tbe- I IN II4NCKHY.! }" .
School. I ly. "That is my weddin' present I to Board of Missions will speak at the brethren from .
States shield on the right, and on the ;' Postoffices have been e-veiywlu-ie south of .1. I'u. ..II..rr '
ordered estab- ye John., evening services. the St. Mary's river I' )', 1'omyldatat. r. It. M. D. ,
left is the Maine into I : are invited mllh. Ilefeedad ,
sinking the sea. lished at Braswell, Mlllman to call I
and Ma- .
a and discuss I It ii to
the pp| | urlnK bv afndavlt appended
.
The Department will/continue/ to supply I riemine. Her Own Eyes Good Enough For Him.A At the Baptist church Sunday morning Tribune Legislature Tampa J II"[> lilll IH.-d In the. above-stated cause
( Ilia
those applying for the tablets until O. Dr. Holt] will discuss' I I It M H Smith the defendant
i- E. Hannah has been appointedpoetma.ter little Scotch boy's grandmother> Holiness. I UK ri'In nomad la a nonr .ldent of the f

t f },;t the available metal is exhausted. I at Tavares. was packing his luncheon for him to What it is and how it may be obtai n- NOTICE. Sal inknown.. lor ,Florida and ours and the hl.. residence Of twenit >I.

Ir t | The following Florida postmasters take to school one morning. Suddenly ed. At night the subject will be We. the undersill'ned t tl-one I years It U therefore age ordered,
Member of the House from Florida have been Trouble, its cause and our places agree to clop that Maid nonresident defendant be and
cmissioned cur* Services of
: George A. looking up in the old lady's face,, he business at 12 o'clock I\e Ix h..r..by required to appear to tae
f' '. Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee Douglass I Ai ..a Creek; Lafayette Mai said : short and helpful. Come. (noon) on Thursdays during th bill of complaint filed In said cause enVr

I ; today called upon Postmaster General i- there, Banyan; Florida C. Gainer; "Grandmother, does yer specs magnify Miss Helen Perdew left last months of R.June S. FLOYD, July and August. e I "etorlo'I1t13. otherwise the let day the o* altelraUood.bo September. A-f.aiti .
week H .
bill
Burleson In the interest will be
\ of the Econfina; William E. Veal, Mariemine; ?" for St Petersburg. She G. M. TAYLOR Bald defendant. taken a

appointment of W. L. M Austin of Virgil Law Griffin, Monte Vista; Sarah "A little, my child she was met in C. W.GRIFFIN It 1 IB further ordered that this order
answered. Tampa by Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Haines v b.-I published for II.l>tcunHecutlve -
. ,' rti' Atlanta aa chief of the Railway Mail M. Wall, Rutland; Mabel Daugh- "Aweel(, then," said the boy, "I wad whom she is visiting; I TIlE WATERS & CARSON weeks onoe a In week the KI.eltDllle
e Service for the Fourth District to succeed : returning they I GROCERY CO. Valle-y Gazette a newspaper publishedIn J
e try, Samville; Mack D. Hardy Pompano juist like it if ye wad tak' them aff stopped at Dunedin and Clearwater. DAMN & I I sold county and State. .' ,

.\ t ; George' W. Pepper, the. present ; William II. Roster, Sanderson. I when ye're packin my loonch." I The trip was made by automobile. I C. F. DIBBLE DANN'GRO SON C 0. llilB 26th day OVBR8TREKT of June 1918. (I Sea])

\ I J. I. POWERS (J. F.... B1BB6 Clerk Circuit CourlIclJor to
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f:', H Big Pre-Inventory Sale -,. 7.- : .






; ,. TEN DAYS. Begins July 2,. Closes July 12. TEN DAYS s


I THIS the close of the year's business, we find, it has been the best year in the history of our :store.. And. -_ _ ._ '

' taking annual; inventory, we are going to show appreciation to our customers by throwing our .

store open for 10 days, WITH THE BIGGEST BONIFIDE SALE EVER HELD IN KISSIMMEE.

\ In this sale the entire stock will-be sold at a sacrifice. Everything will be sold at a price that will make

it a success from start to finish. Remember, we do not hav'ela lot of shoddy goods to dispose of, but our

usual clean, fresh, up-to-date merchandise carried in regular stock will be put. on before the people of Kis- i i

j immee and surrounding country at a price that will move the goods. Everything will be marked in plain '

FIGURES ON A GREEN TAG. '

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: Shoe Department First Floor r I I ,
( Dry Goods First Floor Corsets

; We will give a sweeping reduction in this department. Every ",. D 1 I i
pair in this sale guaranteed to be solid leather. The stock: consists Silks, Taffeta, Afessaline, Char euse, e t I' (2nd.Floor) }
of the well known brands of "Edwin Clapp" "Walk Over," "Dorothy .50 this sale .39 >
Crepe de Chine, Poplin, Foulards, Chif- grade -
Dodd and others.
1.00 grade, this sale _ .89 \
Regular 1.50 grade this sale 1.23 fon, etc. all go at a great reduction.Lawns .
_ _
i 1.50 grade, this sale I 1.19
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!se 1.75 1.45 Batiste, Flaxon. Crepe, Ratine 2.00 grade, this sale . . 1.58 a

.. 2.00 .. .. 1.78 Galatea, Cotton Corduroy, Ripplette, 2.50 grade, this sale I .. i.'a {

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2.50 1.98 Poplin, Vals, etc. in fact everything that. O AMERICAN' LADY i
.. .. .. .. and other well known brands TheLadies
3.00 2.38 -to-mahe first class Dry Goods
goes- up a
.. .. .. latest styles.
.. 3.50 .. 2.98 store. In this department the knife will _-
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4.00 3.48
.. .. be used, prices will surprise you. l
4.50 3.98
5.00 .. .. .. 4.38 1500 yds. Sea-Island, regular price h I Vests '

.. 6 00 .. ., .. 4.98: 10 cent seller, this sale 7 cents. (2nd Floor) ,

White Cambric, regular price 10 cents, Regular lor sellerFloor . - 1Yl

this sale 7 cents. Regular 12V2c seller . 10
Men Hats first . .
: this Regular 15r seller 12ft
Calico, regular price 5 to 8 cents,
Known Brands Regular 20c seller . . 15
Stetson and Other Well
sale 41-2 to 6 cents.
> . _ 19
Regular I 25c seller
$ .:;;,11 value, this Hale $ .39 \
v lj 1.00 value I this Hale I .79 Dress Gingham 10 and 12'2' regular his( sale 8 to 10 ( Regular SOc seller . . S9

I 1.25:; value, this sale .98
\1.50 value, thin sale 1.19 r (2nd Floor) '
2.00 value, this sale 1.78 WE UNDERWEAR
2.50 value, this sale 1.98 Children Dresses
3.00 value, thin Hale 2.38 Have JustReceived TO
LINE COMPLETE, 25c. 1.75
First Floor
4.00 value, this sale 3.48
Your Choice, 19c. to $1.23
I 4.50 value, this sale 3.98 Large
a Lot of A..ortMEN'S Ladies Dresses
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SUITS FamousCADE SPECIAL VALUES
ment To
HALF HOSE BIG T
BED SPREADS TABLE COVERS ?
SelectFrom >, F
R HOSE TOWELS SHEETS t
BIG E CASES ?
In Ladies'And LARGE1'ILLOW
DIN :""' BIG REDUCTION
ASSORTMENT U Child- .
OVERALLS and JUMPERS
SHIRTS
C .
Api ren. 25c value goes at _ _ 19c Made by the well known
I - L While. I 25c value goes at - .19c brand of Sweet Orr & Co.
Cut To 4-cents 0 SOc<<: value goes at 40c<<: this
'w ,- - SOc value goes at :. 39c $1.00 !grade, sale 89e>
I 'N They Last, . $1.25 grade, this sale 1.1S
value
75c
<<: at
goes aBc _
value I at 89c
To 39 cents, > a.r j ; r 1.00 goes $1.25 !grade, this sale 1.00 .. ,
19 Cents
PRICES 1.00 value goes at _ _ 89c 1.50.value goes at _ 1.19 $1.50 !grade, this sale 1.19 y

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I K S. Floyd spent Tuesday in Tampa I J. F:. Mattocks was a MMtor, Tuesday I I Yi YiYiYi Yi YiYi YiYiYiYi YiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYi Yifi
Telephone No. 11. transacting business' to (Orlando.S. ) !
I
Published Every Friday By I W. J. Sears and J. J. Griffin were B.! Aultman spent :Monday at Yi
W. B..HARRIS. I in Orlando Monday on business. Tampa attending to private business
I matters Correct Dress for Men
Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 ,
)o.- X"---: for your woo $1.25 and $2.00 per Mrs.\ C. K: \Oemg of Runv-11l'oe! I Yi 4

Weather Report strand. 7tf our"spent stores.;Monday here shopping among! .I.. .................................................-...........-........................I-.... !I..eYi fi'Yi /.
x A. S. Ik-urn is in Tampa today in ,I
f.1. Follovv lgarelhedaily temperatures : attendance at the Florida Press association S. K. Fields, the Loutfhpran real I i x
as t : nit'fling. estate hustler, \is a. visitor; to Kis I
and precipitation
simniee on :Monday : .?
Summer:
reported by t the Government ll : :New lot of 45-inch volt flouncings,
station at Kissimmee for the .: big value at 75 cents per yard, at E. Sparkman, one of TaVnpa's ;; :: I J
l :! :Y. 22tf :1': we WI t
week ending June :W 1'Jl'i! (G;IILert' leading attorneysas transacting. 9i: f
Max :Mm. Rain -'f'} Miss: Ann Carson Gave a theater l legal business here Monday. I x Arrow Collars J close at :!: such as Porosknit > ;1

Friday ___... 02: G5; --- :f. party to twenty of her friends on I J. M.. Willson, Jr., and wife are at II! =: noon f ><4SJ
) with the B. V. D.
long ;
Saturday !M r,7 .-- xx Monday at the Pastime theater. present visiting relatives and friends i: on : ,
( I
!9)' 70) I at Somerset, Ky.
Sunday I n : I
Monday _-._--- 92 l r 7 --- .& i iTUl'sday : prices See W.of J.Sumner white bronze for monuments designs and, Mrs. W. W. Mims and daughter, I points that i: Thursdaysuntil : Otis Balbriggan j
___ G7 's I
91 --- headstones,etc.
statues, grave covers Nona, left Friday of last week for a
71 .t 2:-tf x! ; be in both
s: Wednesday --- 91 --- I brief visit with relatives at Charleston may worn i ;or
91 73:? .19 :( !Ii
Thursday .
: rounded I III
- Seven negroes were up by S. C. -
f
II Sheriff Ingram Sunday on the chargeof W. H. Patrick, a former resident of over or under further cream and x
and landed in the county
gambling Kisimmee, but now residing in West notice
.14' -. I I I . . jail. Florida was here a few days this m the waistcoat i:. white. i

Kev. W. J. Clark and C. W. Carne. week. =

j> THE LOCAL HELD. I two prominent St. Cloud citizens, The biggest, the grandest, the most A ship New Mohair
new
spent Monday in Kissimmee and were glorious celebration ever known in m
pleasant callers at this office. Florida will be pulled off in Kissimmee
July 4th. m ment of Straw Suits just arrived '
the Methodist
strand. Monday evening at
Strand wood *1.26 per
Prompt delivery within city limits. church Rev. R. Weidler gave an illustrated W. R. O'Neal headed the list of Hats both KATZ and
Phone 262, M. B. Carson. 10tfIf lecture on Cuba. Tuesday and Orlando Masons! who officiated at the m I ,
Wednesday he lectured on other sub formation of the Royal Arch chapter
it's white shoes you want Gilbert 22tf jects, using, slides to illustrate. here Monday night. !x; Split and SenKissimmee, Florida Palm Beach w
has line.
an up-to-date S. J. Triplett, editor and managerof Woodmen of the World meet every net.,braids. Linen Suits. xgc!
W. H. Brokaw with Griffing Broth the Valley Gazette, went to Tampa Tuesday night in Fraternity hall at !Ii !
,!, era, the tree people. 4-tf yesterday morning to attend the meet- 7.30. ,All members are urged to be !: 4
of calico ing of the Florida Press association, present, and visiting Woodmen are I
You twenty yards
welcome.
for one dollar at Gilbert's.22lf i iI which is in session there thia week. always !!KfUH! ;!fiWWfi! ! t if2fififW:1' ! YiYililililili! ! !liYiYififififiIififiYiIi! ! ! ! ! !filiYili! 1 f "t ,

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''I I 1 f'AGEL' 4 ' M A THE 'KISSIMMEE. VALLEY,. GAZETTE "' i


.. ',1' NOTICE"
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. .o C. L HYATT eo much ther.

Physician andSurgeon II Good in the Worst arus II Is. h..r.b' given to that PaY the the amount tollowlnR due describe for tares lands h..llf:: .f:be sat 8"ld oppLlte tiot publlo.ot toNotleft .

as Will tbo necesexrv east of w .ale and1tt'f, 18g'o ;t .t the Court toule
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the' same, 0th+'r July' '. Ioh
r auction 'nOt: e Never; aunty of; peeooia:and llIto' of 1"lortd\-! ? "
Kissimmee. .
197 ,
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door at ]( "." : .
'. ": 248 Florida The Metropolis occasionally findsa taking his place by her tide with head M...

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news story which Carries all the erect 'Sure I'll'go' with 'you, and I'd '", t-ell< J

7 . 'sPEc weight of an editorial with a sermon )like tot+ee the bloke what'd come meddling : c.; s

i1 RIVERS: M, D.PHYSICIANand preached between. the lines,. but\ the with you! 1)ESCRlE1'i 's.;011' LA'iD'''--r --'- . 1 .....,,. .-----h'-. 22
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BURGEON one that we give: here, told by the "Just then his eyes -caught the glint ' , . !----t.l---, j .. ... :.,.... __ -4s-: :;
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. Washington correspondent t eN-ew oT lK
M1 over" Osceola Pharmacy' York Times, out-classes anything that the girl's wrist. She "saw' the troln'l . ,\ "

Residence 63 we have seen In '' a day. It .....but she saw no cupidity I 4 ' eo.. __
'- pHONKSfOIllce.l48 many 1 Heir 25.4 run G88.8 ftfE 880 t N 6811.G... -1iImmo..s.! .Mrsft ." -
2 STATE BANK seems that a young woman who "lives ].' Rather her escort was moved to 1'.0.. A beg--------------:: ;'Y. adEl ,. L ___ HiJit
W 6811 rt to ubllnk-'IV: A_ .
2p in the Washington suburbs .recently ther prostetations. 3"{I 14 .40 1S _
WINN ispent' i ... W IL
aoo L. RI ------ !t:14: 4 0 Sura :
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4o NW' ---- ::::: _
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an evening at a friend's home. I 'Yes .Ma'am: I'd just like to seearty N\1r1. of SN'i 11 8/ /0 7honuu,

.a R I PHYSICIAN When it came time to leave, there was 1 guy try to get fresh with you 1'1"Ss,;"%" ofN'Is'.n.u. :_:_:___________.u--7--____.__ ., 3 3..1., :3/3/ 10U 40. L'aknee'n 1..rIIC:; (1' WU_____ 1Ir.2

2nd Floor Willson Building. no man about to see her safely home, while I'm around. Ef he ever madea NW... r-I: "" -- ---ComDany's-------- '

1 '''YI t>..<>Nfl-W -- KISMHMBK FLORIDA- but---..h sallied forth-unafraid. i a a -at that bag' o' yours, it'd be hpullarn..r Culpnixatlan.. .u! ----.' :... .:._u.-_-_I-T--_ __ -35: _11E4_ -4-(1- i;vr.H..rJt--CalO..' 1011 Cu _. 8.2T
I'l'ONB/; before her domi about six months bats .1 turd t -- - - --
"Now, reaching just in the hospitalfor 34 20 Suulh' rn CoIO-
1 i .. . _.__________ 9 3r n9Alrllun Co. a.oi
cile" the "she had to : him'! 1.0117 .. -- -
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f 1l story goes, pass -- -- Cuiolol \
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LIGHTSEY 1 th
I UfiWITT T. along] a street running lonely and ill- "And throughout the walk through J3 Id7.,1I0., Co.. 1.01

I PHYSICIAN lit between half a dozen vacant i those three 'lonely blocks this man, Lots Y5 and 2.1 _-_ __ __ u_____. Y5 35 34 40 I'n..II..rrl ny l z.luon. .C.lo-to.: 1.17

square As she approached this evidently a professional footpat, now ,; :::. :11: 611 $oolherii' CuloLtts : .- 4..
Residence Pho/ie 274 21 29 xnd t 32 .__ - -- .- --- --- 111./111011- / .co.
I; Special Office Phone !Iii dubious stretch she sai, *, by the lightof intoxicated by the novel experience of ::11. 't 1,. ::14 20 H..lllh..rll Coioi.at .
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IS _. __ - -- - -- -- 1117.,1101.co
I' the last street lamp, a suspicious being relied as a protector ex- l'ulo.
upon ,
the 8 and 4 ;II ::IJ :II 211 $ nii .rn ..
J. I' ____ t. ._ ..01
Hank Bld'tf Kissimmee, Fla. figure crouching near a heap of patiated on what he would do to 'any Lot 9 - _ n _- _.- u..u 1111.IItlolCo. h

Just ; I stones, evidently in wait for. such a guy what'd try to get gay' with his All! - . . _____ -. -._. _. ---... 16 JG; .11 610' suuieitiun Cu, 29.18
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A. :: I J.V.. SIMPSON; victim as herself. j I charge. :>1'\\10. of -1\\\4-------------------\ .13 21 ::1:1{: IU fun Lnndi"NiS "..I'IiI.I.' ... 1.71

;: "Thoroughly frightened now, she 'No man of set or
young own NE"
I my or
I: /)gNTI'iT.lJlstalrll stopped. short, thinking for an instant i could have escorted me with more NI.., '",nf _NE'- -..-_ _less____8\\4__ -_.___-. ___.. 13 JI,: ::3: 30 'Thu"p.ol\\\'I'k'" '_ 2.n

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in Katz Building. to turn and flee toward the frequented and gallantry the or toW I, .. -- 13 29 33 80 Savage it r
courtesy girl explained SV'of "'E '4 End SE'. .. .. 14 ,:4 :3 I J! 40 HII"R". It .24&
I HOUkS l \I a. m. LO 12 m. street she had just left. Just to her friend the next day, S 1'y. ut Nit Vi _-. .- ---- ..- :.I I 3U :33 I:! be Johns. I. S _ 4)) IJ4'to
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that however the I 'and when he left the door andI ', of N\V4------------------.; I.'m_ 4 6N'a 4 7i/J
i 7tt Jun 6 Ivr at moment, man me at N .. "v 1'1 h0 HI'ph.'IIIt.
No. .
or NW S4 N ::0 .:.1 t 40 "ho"paon.John 1.96 CM
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t arose and came stealthily toward; her I delicately hinted at some reward, "'I II. or Sw'; p-------------------. .--- 3J 3: .:3: 120 : -
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'I\\' of Nio\o. IInd Sr 6.24
W. W. CARSON -and then native wit came gallopingto he swung that battered slouch hat to ; .
{ ] .. . 4 ::13 33 SO Southernblo' /
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SI4 ._ __ .. -- - 3.90N'h
her aid. '. the ground again and assured\ me that ll"x'of SA" u. nl..llon Ce

DENTIST "Swallowing her heart, she advanced he was more than repaid by being pC 8E of NE'" ---.--------- 'Cb 33 ,33 .0 Southern nl.lttltln Cole Co.. 1.64

|-Bread toward the able to do favor to such a I'inl
boldly approaching a pleasant i outhern COIOUirati011, Cumpany'B 4aat'b.
over Cole's Store' $3of
I Jewelry : : :. __ 3t
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figure, and with her most engag- young lady. I --- - - - -
Office Hours: 8-12, 1-5 1
Office phone )158 ing smile, as with a sigh of relief, "Then he walked away with his Lot 10 . .n__' .. :i :II 33 20 S..u'h'rll 11,11"Coin-Co. 2.01

Residence23 said: head still high in the air-and I refuse Lots 25. 26. 27. 2B ___ u__ _____ -- 4 H 3:' MI Hu\I', ;:: ',::.. :'nlu- 5.79 .

.. for extraction of teeth 'Oh, I'm so glad to And a man I to believe that he even thoughtof . J :::4 3:1: r.OI S..UI h'I.' I'01unvlnan .. Ia.
1..1. 27. 31, li"; -" - - --- 168
about here! I live on the other fide j robbing anybody for the rest of :: ..:., 1 ,10 South, 1l 1'ulunl.Itlall 0 -
G. E. PARKER l.atx 4. r. r.. 7. I1. 13. 21. 22---------.4 : : 10 83
THE : I of this awfully lonesome walk, and : the evening. "
: I :.. I ...1 211 South,' 'nl I'uluulurllul '
DENTIST I'm afraid to go along it by myself, I I There is no need for comment, but "ot:1O: ' "'u 1 01 Ire Ys

J. H. | for fear some horrid person might ,: it somehow brings up a thought of J..t 23 - II .I I ::1.1 :o Suuuntu ulA.ru.a, Cuiu-,.n 201 V"p
: < E OVER OSCEOI.A PHARMACY
:I stop and rob me. If it isn't too much I I the criminals in the world who are .Lot 3. . I \ I : : 20 Sout= h. 111 1'.10'
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... ; Hours 8:48)) to 12:00) Noon 'I 011.,11"' I'n 201
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I tioul'lcSii would you mind walking criminals because of the ill "luck"'that . 'I I I ": I.M. S: ".'"' ( 'i o'lu
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I 1:01)(} to 5:(X) P.I.! .Lots K. 7 amiLot s - .11)thn111m) : :: (Co: 463
with for until I to has their and the 111- i 'neIN
mo protection get come '
way
I 1'n Smith'' i li < "lo-
d H. S. GEIGER my house It's just a few blocks be- usage that they have received from 12 'ii. .i/:i 'linn' : :Co.S.illlll : 201
I I I I ,. 21 I. 1 I" ' nI I I'hl111AUUoh ,
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If 1'11\ !IIClAN ANn SURGEON yond. I'd be so much obliged. Sir I the world's "brotherhood." And.it 1..1. I l , , r.1: 705

Citizens Bank . 1'I\ ', ,. I Ibo 1 \1111111,111. 1 I 'M.10- 4a"jeIa
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I Building I J. .i! 4
for I shouldn't feel one bit afraid sort of makes it clearer that there n ll ,IZ.ttloll I '.4 12'>Ga>

I Kissimmee, Florida then: I II some good in the worst of us-that .Lute., n ami 120 ii > ., I 4" :(11I,0, i : a
1111.i n,'I1,. 111 3 2. 18,1.s9 .
I : Office 297 or 64 I "The bent jftguic straightened up?:, nothing is wholly bad; that it almost 4-. Lot i i ..1 .1 |\I.'I"'W i " IllS /;
r.. ,.i.l, I 1 I' '. 1 1' i ". nt''' h11.,1:1' i i I ,
265. 14-lyr the dirty slouch hat came off with, a always the way the "wukod" man is 1\\.MS 4. ,ti i / 11, :: : : 4 :..3

or I, .- hI Walter Raleigh sweep. appealed to, whether latent good maybe .l.t i lull. I\; I. 1..iti.otu .t,: I -h."' ," : 4 : rue ,
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AflNkW: W. CBAWFOSI RI 'Sure, I'll go along with >ou.Ma'am + brought to the surface.-Miami :N4l.ot; 11 I h 1 I 1". It)..."!,. I .V IU9 thsS.. ,
I 1 :S 1, tut I Ih I 1 I" 1. .K. N. II \ 1 liB
$ I ACNEW; & CRAWF'ORDATTORNEYSATLAW : proudly replied the man, Metropolis. !:>. 1, ;. Jf I SM. ''' 'III tl. I I I Ill 45,7
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Lots 7 ami 2X 4 ..4 .\\.1 4'1 i. ,-,, 1 uluIII.tII"I 'Hwt
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i j Lot 1 - .4: .; : Jit H..h..II'. ( 'olonlzatlitn '4111 \:

.._: 3.. '..(. Clllren Rent Ralldllig! How to Take Care of the Babies I.utH 21, -2. 27. 2N __ n :I..I' ::'I :13: \I.'.' \l.i\i i':" ,ii i M'I t'it I 6 201 49 1a1.tab.III".-.!.
Florida Lot 17 -- -- . - ':. .14 3.1; I -' Sunllaru: Cololil.itloil ''
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L During Hot Weather Lot 20 -_ __ __- . ___ --___ :J I'; ::14 :1.1: 2n Situlli.rn' t'olo. ,.st .'
D. GEIGER i i/.itittti l'" 2 ill t 410 .
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[MatLots
Southern Colonization Company a
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4 M. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I lilzallun Co 3 27
The coming of warm weather I around. If you have them don't let 20. 21. 32 00 _.__ .--___.___--___ 2 35 33 00 Southern ColonlznlliiTi I:.

3 Real s State Bank Building usually more than doubles the disease them get at the baby or his food or Lots' 2.3.10. 17 .hu _____.____nU_ 3 J', :33\:\ 10 Siiutliprn Cololilratlmi Co 4 5,1""-

!! : Kissimmee. Florida and death rate babies partic- his bottles or anything that he uses. I Cu4n 6 79
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among __ __ ",
!'' .... .. Lots 7 and 21 -- -uun' 4 :3J :3.1: :Stiulhi rii < 'ttlo.lilzat 11

F. PARKER ularly those babies who are compelledto Flies breed in filth. Don't have Lots 17 and 32 --_ -- -__--.- -_--_______ i. ::15 I 33 M :St.Ath.in", Inn Coinnlzatliin i I'0 3 27
I 4 Realty get their nourishment out of a filth in the house in the cellar in the ( *
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Houses Lots 1, 2. 32 __n..h__ __ __ __n_ 35:I: :3:1::i "i :Soilthi i 'ol"nlzal )0)1
i Attorney-at-Law. nursing bottle. The babies that the yard or in the treet. Don't have uncovered imi I'" 168 7w; .

S Taxes breast fed do not experience so much garbage buckets. Don't scat Lots' 1 and 2 .- -. n. - -rLots ._. - -. .7 .i:, :;::1.lu\ 4",1' .. ;,\. !,
and '
'1 ified for 4"R: Specialties.Conveyancing difficulty in getting: through the summer ter garbage on the ground or near the 6 and 14 _ _ __ ._ _____ __.nu N :C. .\:: .-"uth.II',alzlruun' ColonUtiliiin < oI" 327 ...'1'1
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Fire, 1 But the ones whose mothersare garbage bucket. Lot 1 un__._ _ __uuu.un. II .1:. .1.1! 1 211!. :.uull t In, rn < 'u1,1Lots Co.- 327 has :

surance. I I I too busy with society and other Keep the baby out doors in the 30 and 32 __ nu.u III :35 :u: 4".i'> : ',uyt'Jora''. ;, III Col"inzatlun t::: 201 fu .

L.!::: : : KRII3BS frivolous cares of life to nourishmentthat give their shade as much as possible. Keep him Lots 8, 2!>, 31, 32 _.___uuu__ -__ 20 35. 33' Suuthrrn' Colonisation Cofco 3,27
old-fashioned
. ( babies the
{J covered with netting to ward off flies Lots 8 and 16 _______ ____ -___. 3,0 35 :3-3 Co.. 6.79 .tJ'
40 HoutlK-rn
the baby of earlier days was accustomed Colonisation :
AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA mosquitoes.. Don't put too much Co.. 8.n dlertstoa!J'J'r
to -these unfortunate N% of HV'of NB >4 loss a strip. 110O'ds r:
get .
him in hot weather. Most ._.. .
clothing on wide off H side 26 3U 33'
of 10Valkcr, J 8.. .
Titles
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a Special
who suffer and NW
DR. W babies are the ones i Beg 110 yds 8 of Cor of"HWt4 of '.. .
babies overclothed. .
are ? .... '
,. and payment of taxes! ol when' weather NEtS:. run 8 110 yds E 110' .
frequently die warm 440 1. _____ __ .
ydsV yds j 26 35 33 to""riennott ,
non-residents given careful'attention. I Keep him clean. Wash him all over Henry Addlson' Sub-Ulv. of NW y. ofLolB ,. Noah.tMihttn 1.84

comes every day. In very hot weather or NR'y! - _.n.U __ 33 ::1 C:. 1.1.ii ;\
-. 23""jf. 27 und 31\ \035 Tn'c"N : .1' .13 11'V ,, '
I For the benefit of the babies who sponge him several times a day. Keep \\" '4 of FI':4.: ._u .If. ,i:, :.13!:I 4U, "Io..IHII..r\ II I\'nrv S 234 I,

are so unfortunate as to have to take his clothing clean. A light cotton slip Ial: 42 t'
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I JOHNSTONATTORNEYATLAW I Sit. of Nic'n \\ I 1't3u! :I : :-.I,, h,. n, I'ulo
their food in other than the oldtimeway and a clean diaper are all the clothing Iil7.il' Inn Co 3 74 '.4....
I of NI?: .
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4 the Philadelphia North American he needs in hot weather, unless the rn > 1'1'.,
,4IL.III"n' i :1\ ,
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1 alrIIA.Itl"u .
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Citizens Citlll.lll
I Bank H ;
Building )
gives the following advice to mothers: doctor has ordered a woolen hand. ..f __ . :::4: :i2 I 1115..'
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Florida "ait-- shoud be taken not to overfeed I I Keep'him out of the kitchen. Never Lot 27Soulhrin .- 2 :.14 :u s.1 SiMilln' in, r"lu-. rhosday.83
) TUESDA YS. fed. I I110n't ,uz.lll"u' r o 2vl'
is
the baby however he : Coloni/.it Coinpaio H I'lat
OFF C leave him in a room that is being .
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C MA88RV T PICTON WARLOW he cries. Lo'Jru :.12I .. "pI'
Counsel for Judge of the feed him every time l I swept. Keep the windows of his : .:: I II 1 .!:, 32 211 Sinth. rn. '.1" ... aApatria

.gk R. R. Citmm. Crinimal Court He may have a pain from overeating. and but in/.it' Ion (0 21,1 *. to t.r.
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PHONE yea sleeping room open day night, Loin 1J: 24.29 .. I ::1 I:. ::12 00 Siul. In; in rda-: .

& WARLOW Feed him regularly once every two ;] guard .him from direct draughts. Lot, 30/ -_ ._ _. .:. :J l4 ::12 20 South nl7.it;, ion ( ;'o i 4 [S.I o wtllwia4'
I or three hours according to his age. On hot nights a light sheet is ample 1"r in ColonUatlon
AND COUNSELLOS : S1nf :.SW',4; of SI':',. iimj. SIN Co 2ul!
AT LAW In this kind of weather give him I. covering. Don't "pin him down" Under H'2 ...rr'"r Sh- .1"' 21; 31 15 .
:; of . ; III fatter, Mis O H4n 182
s. n. I In all the Court of the "Hut and ol : plenty of water to drink. !He cries I woolen blankets. lie doesn't I.I.'I',, of NU 4 U ..u.n- nU.- - --J:i .25''', ::411::111 .sul 11 \ ..inV'li Jr 2 48 C''

Statcn.. and also the bo I Interatato ore the Florida Commerce Rail for water oftener than for food. Sterilize I need woolen blankets as much as you : of le'h NKVt..s N''",of.,f SKU"N14 I"C. NW_ n-..". ul :..1 L: .'a. 4 4 2 2C.:. ;'0 150'40 I ll.irli liiirln; :, i i w'F:: ", 20 2 48 ff lrlL'.ng
I - -- 3nlo
I That is boil,l it. Then Lot >" 'lleou 1 LA. 132
the water. do, and you know that you wouldn't Ioc ] ) 25 30i 6'J
SW >. of W'lT'of' Sullhllll.WI.-ir. 4
."""' Bi.ua. ORLANDO. FLA. 4 SKVi HWVi and 116
1 Ml rr cool] it by put' ig in a clean vessel inth'e stand them a minute. I Sts'f KK "% oY 8W4? __ n.n.u i IN :;, 311Ml 15
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r.- of Nii: -_ \ Jsh 509
' ...... ice box. Never give the baby ice Most babies are weaned by the time '." "? ofSVV uf NWid of .SLV n' .11 2f 2r, 3d 30 *ti 0 ItolxTNon J J M 479

I \\ JOHNSON water. they are a year old, or soon after, B.,7Yd., N oCRIVCorurNI': '. of .Ni'"lo".lfT 237
:51:1.i: run N 461)) ft E 74S ft S 4IV' .

I AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Don't give the baby tea, coffee or I unless for special reasons a physician JYs It N 33 ft W 420/ ft - .. :.12 25 311 'J StmmuiiH An- .

Will Practice in all Courts alcohol. Don't let him suck a dummy orders otherwise. Fresh, pure milk H.-K 525 ft S of NW Cor of SKI.: of cI ll t-w .1 315
ilw'rI I him should then be ther principal food. Si-run H 135 ft K 420 ft N IJ5 ftv
( State and Federal nipple to keep quiet.Don't I \ 420 ft. '," ,
I This is the dreaded second summer I h\V '. of Sl,1- :. ;J' :. ,, .? I'Irk ford 'r ho.. 169 1.
adjoining Broadway in hot weatheror I '- .1
wean the baby I __ .
:hU '4 of SW y. hn _ _- -. 33 'In, oU llSlalmlmurlMr. AtJS 206!
should be
Bank Kissimmee with hot weather approaching if period. Great care taken 111'1'f NW % _ n n._ I4 i, : / / 6 HII
'u '0
:, I to provide clean milk and to keep it I All!\ K of Canal: u. u _. .u I'.IJ 27 ::ill 320 HO(I .Jlttll Mall:: Mrs A H 16 68
it can possibly be avoided. If the baby f % '/ :i Mrs A s 1993
I {I fresh And sweet. Don't let the baby SK'4 ;of i\: % "f NK % : ::::- - :i'.r; > 29; NO llunti Land Co 3 92
Corr/ has been weaned, be scrupulously N\\ % of NWII. and i14< of ::;1'0'1. i. 25 -It 29; 1'O'! ll ant. Land Co Hit o&h"
eat heavy foods. Don't it meat
W. give 'UII"K"H. A ENW
Thompson. about its milk. Boil bot-
i --- - lean } every I' bananas other :; ". of NVVV., 7 AI(' r.96 t .;
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\ I tle immediately after TfcedmK- Scrub vegetables, or raw NK '". of NWV4 ofSW",,, :0 .2t.. 2t'2;( 4 O' <-1.1" \\' n 660 ,
I FUNERAL fruits. Soft-boiled eggs, broths, and S'y: of NKVt and HMV4 "f N\\" '/4 ami i I': 10 :l1"'r. :MrsMJ 161
DIRECTOR out with hot water and Bbrajc and !"r of Si. if NW '/ eed
rinse with clean CO toast or stale bread may be given in \\' \ of M\14 ..r N\\ 4 ami IV''>. "t II 25 28 130 Uall.i, . J H r. 37I
thoroughly ,
C. W. I 1 aDdLICENSED water. [derate quantities NEIL NI\.r of S\\'A S'1'of. NW'/t lij'i. B'1': )1'"". Kaii A E_ 361. 'lei
1", ...,.
l 1 he baby gets sick, send for a I Il hi \irn
A Don't buy milk that has been keptin N'IV'4otNIV"/ of s\\' '/. 1 II'I 25 ..'1 Mllry 1 31
,, EMBALMER doctor.? -4f you are feeding your baby All of NW'. o? NKi" lying K of \ C: 10 I'nni Klr n. A, 10:_ 117 1..JB. .
cans in a grocery or dairy, or thatisn't with bottle and don't know how to L: Hand.. NK'of: NE'I.I I. n :l l.'g M; .
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tevI box that is I 1-1: )115) I p:
kept in an ice or mix the milk, sk a doctor. If you 275 xlH N 1331-4 I Idn In I 5 r 2'J 25
FLORIDA. meat fish or vegetables. If I Faggllss: Ma: '.:ff;
Vr GRO kept near cannot afford to sfend for a private B"I(4 NR Cor IIC NE 4 or NI::: ',. "11 II 1",1 I _ J91 ;
._ .-- it isn't possible to put the milk in an the 276 ydsH1331.33118 F 210d, .. .N
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'; .. .. WOODHAM ice box in your home, bring to a boil station for the address of the city I S'kr IVr NE' -oC .n N\\.' '4 -and- -si.t4u 15 I 2' ".0' 26 11.a<,hld\. ..1. 11'1 [ 121Y9 r

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Free & WOODHAM for five minutes immediately upon physician, or apply to the departmentof SE'x 01 s\\' % -- - -- - -_ _ 17 26 25 /r.0 NIINutlU 1II I r"IT' ' I.: '.1.
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health, city hall. N.."i "t""h ,II., 4)t orN IH ,4 (C' .
; : you notice a dirty sediment in The chief work:, of the present gen Hy. or SF: y. "r H\\t.\ ... or NF4- : _- IH 2r. 2 29 9 10 6 I I"I"! S I\ ju....
SURVEYORS II"K SE roc IIC NWT "c SN'4 run N 171 ilcnuwo ,
the bottom of your bottle or can after eration is the raising of the next. The )'aJ.V 2HO) ydK R 176 yds E 2HO yds I 14 OJ Y'1 .1/ .
.... Florida change (leg N\V Cur .C NW'4 ur SE 4 run A 10 1\.I'"r.' '; 1\1. 424 i 11A
the milk has been standing, fearful death rate among babies shows III'' yde N 1811 )01. S 176 9-115 E 1411 N ,

- your milkman.Do what a poor job is being made of it. KIAHIMMJoIo 3611 yolK :W: OAHI 30" yds I'NS. ___h .u.u 18 25 29 10 Iuk unwn tI'IMrf0I

.1++++++ This death rate he much Lot 4 Block H In
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0 Cane of Mutual Application.: not use nipples nurs- very reduced -
P I N';, ofhSEy or NE'N :. ._ -_ : h: _: all 1 2f, 2'1 5. I I.. \'It"y C- II'
ing bottles by a rubber tube. Theyare by the application of a little NW'4 oC NE 14 .- - u.uh _- -_ _-. :11': Y1, 2'9 211 .IluntrrlaL"d. CQ I 112
THE t Wood, a man very fond of play-. to and a deal l of S/. and S5y nr 81:1: and H',. ot 4"" I7nkouR?' __ 316
is great
It impossible commonsense
baby-killers. AI or N'of .
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i | .. ., met his friend, Mr. Stone, keep them clean. cleanliness and care. And this time of \1 tK oC( iAllfENa NFy.( and N\\- 14 __ -h_ .. _._ al 2r, .29,,;', 260 24"" ,'t'urs0u"r"'III.. II:M fI B I 3...

v | once inquired jocosely: receptacles year, when the death rate among babies Lot 7 "lid 'rue SEy. ot 8\\4 oC NIV'4. 11 25 fI .6 t1t
Stone, how are Mrs. Stone All jars, pans or other increases Lot I',' - . _ .___ __ __ .1.1 U. :/1 29/ It :III'.I"r .\ IoC :tr,.
i I preparing baby's food should usually by 150 per cent Lot II __ _ III 1 ; used h\I: : '
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I ? ) all the little pebbles? in a few weeks, it ill paticularly im- I.t 12 - - ___ _..__-- ___. __ a:1: U. 21 :. I. H:: ? .
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2.60 to :t:, I said well be k'ept as clean as his bottles, by 27 -- h .-- -- . 25 III :h.U.te" stats :-4 "I. w
Mr. "all -
Stone --
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porta.t that cleanliness and Care be 41, .2 .43 n - __ _ _ _-_ 34 2.. YU" 'irhn! ,... \v H

9 :t: .. you'and then with a twinkle scalding Next to, scouring unclean and food rinsing., the fly is the used to the utmost. It may save the I :-1\\'t4 .f SE'Iy ._ --__ ____. ___ _ __ 4 2i 2N 2" /0 j.f.;. .IrarI.nd.. r .I,T. ..1\II .7a I 90III !MLkv

d 1 N. :t: I eye : "How,.are Mrs. Wood and j life of your baby. Undlv{ {.y 1111 In H\\4 uf Ng.4 and NE lt" ,Illy 4.0
Don't have flies 2.45
deadliest foe. y. ot SEy _
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\iI 'of n 8W W-ot% of Dearer 8W%of-tVa"k-Sf-Frc I b' la'n '' '.'0 BiUrt. , P C., I.II. Lot I II'. -......--------...--.-. ---..-.- $2 II.t I Unknown ,1.01 Lot I' ---..,--. -----. .16. 660'. "; I WellL' C ,-,__' tit

id Rr and on N line of WW* of Lot: UOI ..----.-------.-.-:.-----.-.-.- II a31 1 Hodll' H W 0 1.01 Lot 10 ------- ..----.---...w.-- 11 _I Unknown- ,_._ Lit
?E",& run W SSI ft S 117 ft B to Rt .; Lot --W.-..-...-----N-..--..-... II 18 II 15 ,C.-um. 3 IJ ___'. 1.01 Lot 81 .-------- -.--- ---.- I', 10, I, Unknown '.- 1.11 ;
if Way then N-Westerly alone said ' Lot 121 -----___.____ ____..._.- 33 II. !1 6 Unknown .-__ 1.01. Lot 1 --.-----...-.---....- tl 6/ 10 I Parker J $-: r
tot., Way to !bag-.---..---..-..-:.. ,11 "S'IS 1 The Seminole Land is Inv Co.'. Sub.Dlv Lot. 111 r. . 11 80' I Unknown r. t 1

_ ado in v-: Mr; 1.1'-- of'a11-Fractl-.xc.ptE% of.-NE .. _._ Let 117 _- 11 al _301._._..I, Green, MC.._. 11 _' _
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CorNE14of S4 IS' SS 40' Unknown ;;; E89 8E34 ex fic"ii -
+ot'4 ---W-----i.- .. 1.80 .
cept Timber Leae to thl KissmmeeLubmer Dlv of Lot of
7.64. ch* then \ ____ I. '. 1& 81. 8WU .
along: Company w- and Wtt of8E14.-. ... y
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t of Way ....w. N-IDaet..lr ah* to I Lot .1/ ___._.....-____.....__....__.._.__. I. II II II Unknown _,.__ i..1 Lot 7 -..--': -------..------.."- 1 1&10 I Cornell,.W 1.0J: 1
Lot .13 81 $1. I Unknown ___._ 1,03Lot Lot 74 .. .. II 10 Unknown J
.''U IIai' ...__ __.. rnasrr . .16 ------ -
t ef SS"cK"N"and"> !iiiiw"ocr t UnknownUnknown. _.; _, 1.T8 P' .._--..?--____.____.___..___"_.,' al 18 II 6 Unknown _........, 1.01 Lot 17 ...."....-.-.-.---.........w17.. .66 10 .f, Unknown _.", '1.001.to Z'
Lot,4 N 1181 oh B .. _. .. II 1.01 Lot 1 I' -
run I It Unknown
chi tot 2'0 .-- 10 61 6 Unknown ; SS --r.-r- - v-----, -?- -- i! is -
ll.tl ch* W S.lt ch* to ber_..., id !i 32 & :__.---------.__-----_--____, .1 _.:_ 1.01 Lot -.-------.-------..--..?- 1 'I Cochran.. O LOS
t' 1... 70 yd quar* In NB Co ... 1 f3a 61 .---- 1.77 Lot II .-.___.__..__.-s---..__-J__ II''14 11 I Unknown __-.j 1.01 Lot 108 *_._____ ___ 17 .1.0 I Unknown', .> p LOS
Johnson Mra. Lot 2. ________..__...______.._._.......? .1 81 I Unknown ;.."__{ '1.0118 Th..SmlnoT. Land"Inv Co.'s '
'1 or.r<<\ of 8Wti . is M 80 '. lr'Ylt E::.: EO Lot ______,.---?_?__-_-_-._--_-. $8 1& 11 I Unknown .__._. 1.0' BM ..,_----.... Suo.'U 10 0.
:toJu : -- 14 II IT : S Lot:: 17 ____-..__..--____.?.----.?:. .1 tE1 I Unknown ____ 1.03Lot Lot 111 _- >---_-------.-__..- .. 18 30 I Unknown
of SW li, : :::::: ::: -- f0. so Jyey, B M . 1.79 ._.__.____+,;---.. al..20 11 6 Stewart, WA..... 1.01 II ,-.-.----_-....---.-._..----- ii { Unknown _. 1.01 ,
r..ad'aSllb.Dl..oi I..cit'3: :: :l 40 Unknown .-..' S.I 'al4w--------1. : .ao Bradley. Lot 1. 10 18
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MarBM ,-,- LLooi 66 16 61. { 06Lot V --.--- ---.-?---- .
--- y :---_-_-_---_-----: II Unknown tS ._ __._. 8 II 10 S '
__ -____._____.._-____, It II ; 1.14 Lt --._......-.-..., Unknown -- 111
tR0008HEID. ,1 I ptrlckland, A 40 ______.._.__-_--_._.__-____.__. '1. 18 11 II Unknown t.OI 97 ?_. 'al ''10 'li.-. 1 6- '.
t. .. Blk F ____ Lot 117 _..__..___.__..?.__._.?___,_--. I' S8 II II Bro..on... Jr a1.0$ e Beminoli Land &Inv Co.'a.-BubTh -, MbO a
1ThBDE11 ----- Unknown _.. ... 1.01 Lot 88 ____-________________-_______.. -II 18 11 I Tilton, I. R.-a 1.01 Dlv of Al ..._________w__ '10 10 r '

t II Bill 4a .__..__._________ . Lot 1L ________::...___._______....-. I' 2&.1 6 Unknown __.? 1.01 Lots I --- -_ 10 II, 10 1J'' t>emnaon, $ 1.11.p .
t II Bill 41 ________:.___ _: - Oxlas. J A ---- ..Tl.Tl Lot III _________._._________________ II II 11 6 Unknown __.__ Lot. '1" / 6-------------.--?-.-.-- 10 1t0 SO 'eiaymaker, .. I 3
t 7 Bill .9 __..____________?...:::: Omlas.Btamler JA.Mm._u The Seminole Land & Inv C'. SubDly Lot. 86 add ii .......?...____?._ 10 II Em.r,.. A.- .
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1 of all .except Timber L Baas to Lola 101 and 101 ..--......--.---- 10 I' 11 A'3
Nora. _._-._. the KI..lmm..e. umber. Cemp..ny._ .4 IT It Lot lit .. ... 10 10 .'N
t I Blk II .....__._________.._____ 1.01 ----- -------- -- _
"t I Blk &1ot ___.______________._____ Oxlaa. J A ---. Lot I _____: ____.________ ____. 4.7.1 I G M-..._ .11 Lot 117 _-.__..___....._._-.._. 10 1.0 I f.ter. B _.. 1.6 4.
I Blk 71 ____.___________.. Unknown ...- .78 Lot It __--_____.._.._.__---__?__..: 4.7 al I Baird 3 ___.__ .81 The 8emlnol. Land ft Inv Co. Sub- ..f
t 1 Blk 71 ________ ._____ :- Oslaa ;J A .___ .78 Lot 40 _________.:______________----- 4 11 II I Unknown .._.__ .81 Dlv of all except NW14 ot NW4_ 'II II 10 '. ,
t K Biic .3 _________?____ ___?__".: Hunt; M L -.-- .78 Lot .1 ___________._________.__.,,____ 4 17 al I Unknown _____ .81 Lot. 14 and It --..--.-----.------ I 24 10 10 Richards, B V l.n '
4 Blk 101 ____ w -- Hunt, M L ---- .:ra Lot 6. ___ _____._____.._____._______. 4 11 al I Unknown ./SLot Lot 11 -..............----.----..-- It 10 I nknown -
t Agrloultursi Co.'.Sub-Dlv of::: Miller ------ 77L 70 ___:________?_________-__-. 4 17 11 1 Mahoney F-_ .81 Lot --------.--.--.----v---- 11 14 10 i Chase. P B to
$ ......... . II' iiS5 11 Lot 711. _._._________._______________. 4 17 al II Johnson S L __ .81 fo>yit -------.---------..--.- 11 14 10 I nknown _'
SIIt 11IT 10 Livermore, E E 10.04 .01 0
lrr Lot $0 4 Unknown 4. 11 34 SO Unknown
11. ii--T U. 11,;14 Blk Iwnd D Co.'s. i .i..bjj. I Lot 89 ::::::::::=:::::::::::::::::: 4 nil : Dunham, enii: :U I t. III-and----i7_:::::::------::.:::::. 1. 24 10 10 Woo X _;S 1.1
ta --- -- 11 40. Pla F ft T Land '1 he Seminole Land & I------------- t 18 11 II 10 .
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ota 11 and 11 Blk B __.____________ -'i'-L... 411 Dlv of all e.cept Timber Lsue to II ------:-..-*::------------ 'II 14 10 6 lat_ L 1'..jj.. 1.0'
SS STI SO FICo ft 8 17 at 11 It N
Klaelmmee Lumber Company ___ __ ot 8' . .. 10 v B.
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ITTIER ........ S.4S Lot 11 _________._______.____________ 6 17 II 1 S .... t ? -. -----------.-"-- --- II 11.0 I Car.on, R a.Zi s 101 4
Lot 10 _.__._________________-______ 6 17.t II MCLaoghlln.ELLot !6 t jJ --;:.:---..----. ---------:--- n 110 Fisher 0 B..H' r '
t. 11anddIIB I klkU.l------------------ Lanier, J O__we 10 14 _____________________________ 6 17.1 6. Frasier L-_ ._ : I t.I.O' { 5 8 ,101 t
ot* Lancer, _. 109 Lot 6 Nass, A nel6omipoie-iand'ie invca:sash: Chawlck '

ot. 7 and 8 Blk SIpt -.-.-..-.-.-----.::::: Mercer, 3LGC_. 109 Lot:: 46'1 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 6 n n : Unknown-::::: :U Ulv of Al' .........--._...------- s'. 10 .'

t Blk SI PARK..- --.------- Mercer I F___. .71 Lot ___.__.__ 8 17 11 6 Unknown ____ .88Lots Lots { e ----_.--------.-- 11.0 10 Moore. IP D.' '1.1
88IMMEE 71an-----------j 6 17 31 10 Addle, E Lot 8 .. II 1 y
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at* 1 and t Blk I ..__..______.__.__ 10 F _----- 1'tO Lot 7---------------------------------- 6 Unknown ::::: Lot It ___ . . 10 -Walker.. E. J10
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p.t. -- 63 61
t. 11 and 14 Blk IS .____.___.- 10 H .... 1 90 Lot $2 6 Hanson John. Lot 15 ... .....:_... 10 Unknown .... lOI. i
WlllonV --- n n Ig d: ----- ,
ot T \' fi-:----..--------------- a% ; i .--. :.88 Lots $3 Cii" ::::::::::::::::::::: 6 Mark. .' :: Lots IT and 44 ....--------.------..- II 1& 10 10 B B 1 I' I

t SH Bl --------..--.------- 31( N.wef.Mr. WR .81 Lots 110 and In ____u_______________ 6 IT It 10 Jlack..att, 0 W I.U LoU 40, 4L It. 71........_. ________ I' I' 10 '0''Llv.rmor.82. 6 ,
t 'ir4"anS Downing. J G.. 1.3. The Seminole Land & Inv 'Co.'s Sub- Lot 66 . .. . II II 1 'nknown .'
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ot. It Hurrah. F O__ lit: Div of all except Timber Lease to Lot T4 .. II .1 Dorman ; '
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__ ":_""_.. 6 Brauirhton CB 1"17 the KI..lmmee umber Company1, 11 11 Lot (8 .. ._ .. . ... : II 18 10 I Davis. *"' : 10
St.'isltnd'iv -- -- -?- ---- -- ,
BiF"ii"__;________" 10 Taylor, H'T-- 1 *0 Lot 11 ________________________;____ 1 17 II 6 Unknown ___._ .81 Lou 10. and lit.._______?..__-_-_ .1 1& $0 10 woos. J R._', r I
ot* 1 and 4 Blk ---....Jl ---------- 10 Wells. W Q-___ 1'80 Lot I' ______________________________ 1 17 31 6 Unknown _____ ..11I Lot lit ----..-...----..-- .--.--- -- IJl 0 1 R B. 1.1
7, 10 11. II Blk 16 _---._______ 14 Ltncoln.( F A.. 148: I Lot 41 ______________________________ 8 17.1 II Wolfe. C ___ .11 Lot 121 :: -:.- 10 1, Wo CFreer. LOS I
t Blk i7 lye VanAuken.. B A .88 Lot 47 8 17.1 II Weltstein C A ..88 The ----------------I-----c----Bub Land A ,
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he Serolnole. Land"ft I nr-CD's 9nb-i) Lot 60 ___nn_______________.:. 8 Z1 II Hamilton. J __ .8$ Dlv of all except NE)4 of 8WK .4 +'
Div of NB% and Eye of BE14 andNE 'I Lots 11 and ._ ---__.._..______.____ 8 27 6l 10 Bum..... L 14___ 1.1 except Timber Lease to The Klsslm- t Fr

14 of NEK of NWM and SV4 of NH14 Lot 71i ______________________________ 8 Z7 81 II Unknown _____ ..11180R7 m.. Lumber Company r--.-..-.-_ II .8 10 .
of: NB14 and Stt of NWVL and NBi Lot Welden Lot II 10 I _ y
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14 i of 8WU ..ndNW"% of NWVllessS8T Lot :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::': : n II : Marshall,SAE:: :U Lot I-----------------------,-----------------------------.------ I 330 I Dleke.. Mr* D .I.o6: '

NW cor run 8 JT9 f..tE tOO Lot 114 ____________________________ I IT 11 II Wright 3 E __ .81 Lot 8 --" II '10 1 Unknown '
ft,>I n8 ft, W tOO ftDt ______________ 6 21 at Seminole Land & Inv Co.'s SubDi' Lot 3--------------------------- I' 18' 10 I Unknown _. 103 4
Stot ______________________________ 6 21.1 6 Unknown __.. 1.2' 1.hl of all Fractl except TimberLease Lot 4t -.-------------.----.-----.------.----- II 10 6 F p-- LOl
14 and tfi ______________________ II 18 81 10 Blalch. A M___ S.18t to the Kissimmee Lumber Lot 60 -----------------. .-------- la !6d 10 I Bllton, J _
t. 3$. 4.. 69ot ______________________ 6 28 81 16 Saunders, f E .05t Corn p If II Lot tS ----.------------?--.- I' 10 I Unknown __ Ii
48 and 41__________1-___________ II" 81 10 Plfer, J ______ .18 Lots 61,an------------------------' f 15 Seminole Land Lot tS -------------------.---------- II 18 10 15 Unknown_._ '
ota II and tl ______________________ Ii 21 81 10 Bllble. H Q- 2.18t & Inv. Co.___ 1.7. Lot 64 ------------------------------ I' .1 10 6 Kranbert 111 01 f
Elot ______________________________ Ii 28 81 5 Unknown .... 1.tt Lot 25 nnn____________________ 7 a7.1 5 Brown L A___ .1' Lot 18 II ZI 6 Unknown .,. J 1 '
64 ________________________------ 5 28 II 6 Unknown ____ 1.3S Lot .8 _______u______- ------------- 7 a7 81 5 Unknown _____ .8' Lot 8 ::::::::::::::::::::-::-::::: I' II 10 1 Unknown _. 100e"

Ot _-___-_-_-____- -_ ---__ Ii U 11 6 Unknown 1.12S Lot 42 ________________-______________ 1 27 11 II Unknown _____ .88 Lot ---------------------.-------- IIII 18 10 1 Unknown .. 1.01.: .,
he O..mi-'; Inv. ; i): I.ot 811 __________________________. n_ 1 27 81 Unknown _____ .88 Lot 86 ------------------------------ II 10 6 O..te. B ...Z, t.O' t,
Diy 'of'Ifl'vJ of"NEH. and Sy"'Jfa'o't Lot 90 ______________________________ 7 27.1 1 Unknown _____ .88 Lot 101 ------------------------------' It 10It 6 .... }
1 NE44. and HE:14 of NWK Lot 91 ______n______________________ 7 Z7.1 1 Unknown _____ .18 Lot 106 ---------------------------- SOSS 6 Garner, W H, t
I SWtt of NW % and 8H ____________ 7 U 31 Lot 121 ___________________n_____-__ 7 Z7 It 5 Unknown _____ .881'he Lot JOT ------------------------------ St SOS3 II Unknown _. ,
.ota.Sand It _____:_____________n 7 as 81 10 Smith. L C:___ .18 Seminole Land & Inv Co.'. SlbPl.ot Lot 101 ----------------------------- > St 10II II Unknown -,?.-'. l0
ot ktot ____________d________________ 7 ZI al 6 Close H ______ 1.32S Fractl except Timber Lot 111 and 114 -------------------- tt 80 10 JVllla, c A _. x
10 and tS ______________________ 7 18 31 10 Cu.hman Mr.L .18 .Kissimmee Lumber Co. 8 Z 8 117, ______________ si in noii 6 unknown : .
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ot Blot __ _______________________ 7 26 31 6 UnknownS ____ 1.Sfr _:::::: : : __: ________ $ 1 Unknown _____ .1 lit ----------------- ------- I I 20 i Vnksowp LOt
fit __-___,_n________________________ 7 Z8 31 Unknown ____ 1.33S Lot 17 .___n_________ _____________ Y Z7.1 II Unknown _____ Lot 114 __ _- -- I SO 1 Unknown = Eosiii lY
ot* tS and 7T ______________________ 7 Z6 81 10 Floyd F C __n .18 Lot 39 _n=__Un__________________ 27.1 II Unknown _____ .88 The Seminole c-i.--Inv Co.'ab- {,
ot ------------------------------7 26 31 5 Klrkland, M E 1.31 Lot 41 _______________ _________ __-- tl 27.1 II Unknown _____ .8 Dlv of all .. Lease on

ot 84 ______________________________ 7 Z6.1 II Unknown ____ 1.31 Lot 41 __n__________________________ 8 i7.1 II Unknown _____ ..88 Nye to the Klasimmee Lumber Co.__ 1 I 10 ,
ot 88 ______________________________ 7 28 31 II Unknown ---- 1.31 Lot 4. ______________________________ 8 27 8 6 Unknown _____ .88 Lot t ---------------------------.-- 10st I H C .
ot II ______________________________ 7 Z6 81 II Unknown ____ 1.31 Lot 44 ______u______________________ 8 17 3 6 Unknown _____ .88. Lot I ----------------------- -..------ 14 16.0 I N..btt ..
t II ______________________________ 7 28 31 II UnknownS ____ 1.ttS Lot ------------------------------87 II Unknown _____ .1 Lot 10 --------------------..,.------- Z4 II 80 1 Bhudlam. B Z. A
ta 17. 11S, Ill, U' ________________ 7 as 81 Kenney A. H__ .91 Lot 41 uu__________________________ 9 27.1 II Unknown _____ Lot tl ------------------------ 14 II 10 I Unknown 01 }
ot 104 .__ _________________________ 7 16.1 II Unknown ____ 1.It Lot 47 ___u________________________ 8 Z7 81 I Unknown _____ .18 Lot 18 ----------------------------: 24 28 10 1 Unknown '_
11 -- ------- 7 18 81 5 Unknown ---- 1.11 Lot 48 ______________________________ 8 Z7.1 Unknown _____ .18 Lot 11 _-------------------.-?--- 10 1 Unknown I '
the t Seminole--Land"*-Tirv Co.;. Sub- Lot 411 ______________________________ B a7 at 1 Unknown _____ .18 Lot 41 ------------------------------ 6t 10 10 1 Unknown ..... 'r t
Dlv of all except NW of NW*______ 11 J8 at Lot 110 un________________________ 8 27 31 Ii Unknown _____ .18 Lot 46 ---------.------------------- 10 1 Ludlow. H 8 0 I
t Itt _____________________________ 18 J8 81 II Westall. F S__ 1.17 Lot ii _________u___________________ 8 27 31 5 Unknown ____ .81 Lot 66 ---__----._._______?_.._----- 14 1& 10 I Unknown _- .
11 ____, _______________________ 18 26 II II Stewart B M__ 1.IT Lot ____n________________________ 8 27.1 II Unknown ----- .88 Lot 71 -------------------.------, -- 14 II 10 1 Unknown _?
t S' --____________________________ 18 II II II Chart. R A ___ 1.IT Lot 53 ______________________________ 8 27 al II Unknown _____ .81 Lot 11 ------.---------------------- 14 *130 1 Unknown .1 {
____________ __________ II 26.1 II Unknown 1.17 Lot 1i4 17.1 II Unknown _____ .8. Lot It 14 II 10 1 Unknown, ... t
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t 7f _--____ ____________________ 18 1"1 II Tremper, P L._ 1.17t Lot 115 nnU______________________ 11 al I Unknown _____ .1 Lot 84 '----...------------------------ 14 II 10 I Unknown _-, ? 1.0..:
t -_ n_ __ _____________ 18 II al II Klnssbury. WI 1.17 Lot _nu____________ ___________ 8 .7 al Unknown _____ .18 Lot 91 --------------------.--------- 14 II 10 I Cary. D J ,_ 1.0$ t
10. a"nd iSt I"__I__ __ ----- 18 I' at 10 Mathews, L___ 1.10 Lot ii __________________________u__ 8 Z7 al II Unknown _____ .18 Lot 9t --------------.. --. 14 11.0 1 Unknown ,__. ., t
*U 111 -- -- 18 tt 11 II Weldon C ____ 1.17 Lot 1i9 n____________________________ 8 17 11 II Unknown _____ .1'- Lou 97 and 111 ---.----??---:-?-- 14 .11 10 II Jllna-erman. BB .61 1
8em-----------: i) Lot 80 $ Z7 al II Unknown ___J_ .xB Lot 101 U 130 1 Baton,
e of except Lot 81 _--------------r-------------______ ______ ______________ 8 Z7.1 II Unknown _____ .18 Lot 114 ------_------- _--------- I 10 1 Bcholek.M.W1 1.0, t
Bill 4 n ----- -------- ---------- I +
Dlv of all except Lease to the NBJ4. Lot 8Z ______ _______.___u__________ 8 17 n II Unknown _____ ... Lot 110 -_ _- __- .
., Lumber Timber Company ____________ 19 tt 11 Lot 68 _nu_________________________ 8 Z7 al 5 Unknown _____ .88 The Seminole Land& Inv Co';* Sub'i ,
mee "__ 19 18 11 II BurroHgna.. C A lOa Lot 68 ------- ------------- 8 17.1 II Unknoryn$8 Dlv of all except Timber Lease to
I Ii-::::::::::::::::::::::::_"____- 19 1..1 5 Unknown _____ 1.01' The Seminole Land R Inv Co.'. SubDv the Klsslmmee Lumber Co. --__---- st so ;

__________ .____ S6 11at 5 Unknown __ 1.0't of all except Timber Lease to Lot 19 . tt SO I Semlnole
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t //6 _______ _n___________-______ 19 S6 11 5 Unknown --__- 1.0': the Kissimmee Lumber Company I IT 11 Inv Lc '' '
n .____ 1.0'. __________________ ________ 8 Z7 31 II Unknown .18 tt .. SO !
____________ ________________ 19 28.1 II Unknown Lot 1 __ Lot ----- ---.------------------. I I Unknown 1.11
t 44 n ___ 1.01t ; ___________________ Y E71 1 Mr. 8 R .88
________ _________________ 19 16.1 II Unknown .. Lot 4 --______ -- Kent 67 ----------------------------- 10 I Unknown .
t nn _, ___ 1.0'; _______________________ I Z7.1 II C R__ .81 II It
16 ______________________________ 1. 16 11 II Unknown Lot __ _ Lot 84 ----- --------------------- 10 I p..t.r.on 3 K .1.01
19 16 11 Angrenson. A M 1.02 Lot 7 ____n_ _____________________ I -Z7 11 6 Unknown _____ .88 Lots 87 and 8 0 ------ ---------- -. -I I 10 10 '
7t :::::::::::::::::::::: 11 : nknown . 1.03: Lot Unknown Lots 119 and 111 .::. 10 1. DelL F x l't. r
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t 10 IIIIIIII-------______________ 19 18.1 II Unknown ...__ 1,08: Lot 21i ____u_______ ._______________ 9 27 II II Unknown _____ .88 The \:elmiL ci-- Co.' : .

at II __________________________ 19 2&.1 II Unknown ..... 1.0' Lot 16 ___________________------------------------------9 27.1 5 Benjamin. F M .88 Dlv n______-._a.i 10
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Lot II _______________________________ 19 tt tltt II Unknown _____ 1.0a Lot 10 ____n._______________________ 9 27 11 6 Unknown _____ .81 Lot. 8 and 14 -----------....,._._._.. ::1 90 60 6 Barn.., H 0_ ,1.lt. ,
,0 __ _______________ 19 11 II ;Jones W p._ 1.01: Lot II ______________________________ 9 27 11 II Unknown _____ .88 Lot 4 ----------------------------._ Hall. *C B
Lot 'I ; "_;. _____ U II Unknown _____ 1.0' Lot ______________________________ 9 27.1 II Unknown _____ .88 Lot 14 1& II 10 D Mil' '
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Lot 9. --------- al ________ II Unknown _____ .88 -te.art ''
-. Lot ______________________ 9 27.1 LOt tt 44. 28 11.0 : ;
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The 8emlnol. Land SWye of NE"," and Lot II' ______________________________ 8 27 11 8 Unknown ___._ .81 Lot S7 .__----J---,--..-_-._._._____ 18 II I' I Ugkaown1. "
Dlv 0' aU except and BE'4 of SW" ex- Lot 14 ________ ____.______________ 8 27 31 II Unknown _____ Lot. 84, 47. It -.--.---._.._...... 321 80 .11 Donmoyer. SWA 1.11 r',
W; ot SE\ ___._ : B 27 11 II Unknown .1 Lot, 48 10 I
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Lot 61 ---- -
Klsslm- ------ ---- -.r Abram. W
Timber Lease to. .the...._..__ .. 10 II .if Lot IH -J_. ___.._._.__.____. 8 IT.l 1 Unknown ____, .88 Lot 'IS ::: -.:::::-.,:-----.----.--.------ I I '10 'Unknown 'J 8 1,0/ ,
mee Lumber Company 101 and 7. .___ _.____.....__. 8 17 11 10 Unknown ____ 1.1' and ff1 .10 10
Perkins, H C._ Lots 11 _. Lot tS 77 .. Z
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f lot S ..-....._....._.--........,.-. --. --. 10 10 II .at l Puckett. J W1.03 Lot 77 __-...._____.__..._._.__.____.. t7 11 I Unknown .__, .18 Lot 76 ''.,....-.:,_,,_..- .-- --. - II 1& ''10 I Stlw.IL B.1", .0

Loot 7 .. :_._.-_:___:-._-._-_. -_-__-..-._ , I' It 6 Unknown ...._ l.oi Lot 78 _._.___._._.. ...___.__.___. 8 17 11 I Unknown .._.. ,81 Lot 78 ..- ._....?...--.--. .---.-:- I' II 10 I 8h.rmn o"-o'_ .0' v
4a ____. .__ . i Shifter. 0 C__ 1.01 Lot '- ___ _-___. ___.._. .._ 17 81 6. Unknown _.___ ..88Lot. Lot 81 ...;_ II II 1 0 "
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Lot ___.__ Wills A S _.. 1.01 8a .and 11______ 1.1'Lot Lot _._____. .1 10 I Unknown '
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Lot III -__.______________-______ __ 10 i! ii 6 Brown. S .-..._ 1.01 8. _____________________________ 8 27.1 II Unknown ._____ Cot 111.--- 226 10'i/ II Unknown __ 'l'l. ." .: .
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Lot 104 _______-_-- '.- Lot 84 __________________._________._ 8 27.1 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 114 tt tt to I' Unknown twa
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The Seminole Land" Co. 93 __ _______________________ 9 27.1 1 Unknown _____ .81 Lot 117 .. it f20 6' C W.y .101'
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DIY of all Fractl except Lumber Timber Lt 94 ______u____________________ 9 27 81 Ii Unknown _____ .88 Lot 114 _____n_____________________ t81 10 I Unknown ___ ;1.0
Lease to the Klsslmmee Lot 98 ____ ________________________ 27.1 II Unknown _____ ::88 Lot 116 tt tt 10tt I Darla- \ Ir
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Company _________ U 6 Unknown 1.01 Lot 98 __ __________________________ 27 81 5 Unknown _____ .88 Bot 117 ______jThe _.__ tt to 1 ,1,01. +
________ 16 31 ----- n ?--------------- Unknown .__. ,,1.0'
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11 _ nu Walton, W____ 1.0': Lot ___ ______________ 9 27 3t 6 Unknown __ .88 _
.Lot 18 _-__ n_________________________ 21 26 81 6 Unknown i,os Lot 11 ___uuu_ _.____________________ 9 27 31 6 Unknown _____ .88 Seminole Land ft Inv Co. Bub- t
Lot ___ --_____--_--_____________ U tt 11 6 ----- 1.03 Lot 11_____nn ____________________ 9 27 81 II Unknown ____ .88 Dlv of all except Timber Lease on dy
66 II 16 11 6 Unknown --- nn ____________ _____ .88 EH and Eye of WH to the Klsslm .' 1.t
L ot d-- -lTo.'s Sub-i) Lot 126 --______--________ 9 17 31 5 -nknown mee Lumber Company IT SO
Seminole Inv 31 1 Unknown __ .88 ----------- ,
The of Lot 128 ------------ 2 u Lots 7, 10. 11. It 10 SO
DIY of S'r40 of Lots a, 4. 5 and NK The Seminole Land & Inv -o---Sub-i Lot 46 -------------------- 1 11.0 "anS.okl.A 1.1 ;
and 7 except Timber Lease to Lease to ----------------------------- 2 I ,
Lots t Div of W% except Timber ,
Lumber Company -- zs tt .1 ________ 10 27 .1 Lot 6T ----------------.------------. I St 10 'Macetalber, 7J l
the Klsalmmee ____ ______ 25 16 11t6 6 Unknown -- -- i.et the KI..lmmee Lumber Co.. Lot tt ___________________________ I Summer lO: ; :
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Let fg ________'___ n ChamberlalnCCi 1.11 Lot ____._____ __________________ 10 27.1 5 Unknown _____ .81 n t C-l :
_______________ 26 11 10 I Lots t9 and Tt ii st Kaoher. ,
41 _____ __ ___________ 10 6 Unknown __ .88 -------- ----- ------ 1 M "
Lot 40 and n 26ti 16 11 5 Unknown L&&=: Lot 1 unUdn 2 8 6 Unknown u Lot 84 -____n_______________________ 2 soil Unknown 0

Lot Let 41 61 ::-:2: :::: 26 31mee 6 Knapp F Ofi _:: Lot Lot 1224 -:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1&& n 31 6 Carter. L -8::: :U Lot 88 uunhn_____________ 80 Unknown t 0 1
Lot _________ __ _____ 10
99 _____
The Seminole Lend & Inv Co.'e Sub- Lot _________________ ____________ 10 27 81 Ii Lee, Mrs N E__ .88 _. 17 McN.11 O TTT 0 .+ r
Diy of 8E14 of NE'4 and N'r40 of SES4except Lot a _______ n____ _____________ 10 27.1 II Unknown ____ .88 Lot. 101 and 108 ------------------ ST I 10 i H S3T A ,
Lot 101
Timber Lease to The KI..III'-. Lots and 80 ____ ________________ 10 8 10 Pierson Mrs R 1.11 -------- ---------'---------- J.0 I Jnknown.nr.. 1.03

Lumber Company __n__________ 26 221 Higgins. C CS _. 1.01 Lot 6________n___n_________________ 10 2 S 5 Unknown _____ .18 Lot The Seminole lit I -_- .-__-___'ab- 17 Unknown __
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Lot 47 60 :::::_:___n______u------ 26 26 81 Unknown .--- 101 Lot Lot 1"011. ::::::::::::::::.: :::::::::: t8 ni : Elmer, L -:::: :U Dlv of All --_______--_____ n 220 r 1
Co.'. Sub- __:__________ 10 1T".d.. H p____ .88 Lot 18 ---------------------- ------ I J.O 'D.mmon. IDP. 1...
Seminole ___
Land It1JI 108 ___ ______ .
The Lot _____________________
of Lot tt _________ I
Diy of BEVt "f N1S14 and W'oo Lot 121 ______________________________ 10 II Unknown _____ .88 t9 46 I' 10 I .-.. 1 I.. 4'
NES4 of NW'4exoept Sub- Lt -------- ------------ ------ 1
NEVI and SB14 and to the KI..lm- The Seminole Land & Inv Co. BEyaotSE14 16 ______________________________ Z8 21.0 1 jnknown. J ., .

limber Lease ____________ 27 26 31 Div Nye and NK of SE14 ____ 28 .0 Lot 87 --------------., -------------- IS II 10 I >
Company 1 01 of NW'4 _
Lot mee 10 Lumber____.___ un-___________ 27 26 31 Unknown Parker, J8.----_ 1.0:' Lots 17. 38 and. NE'an 44 ________________ 9..0 I ZO Donmoyer WA I.U Lot 1 ---, --------- ------ ---- 28 It 11.0 6 __"_ : l )1
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27 26 31 ______ __ 1.82 Lot ----------------- -- ---- I A_. ,
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Lot 48 31 10 W W Lot 47 I Lot 102 __________________ _______ tt 10 1
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Lot 14 -_ un___ B Unknown : Lots 61, 78, 83. ____________________ 9 28 .0 20 Harner, J C___ .U Lot -- ---- 18 U'O ., -Y ,
27 26 31 ---- LSI 105 I Unknown
Unknown ----------- ---- ----- ....
Lot 82 --n------------------ --::_: lit 31 fi Foster, O P_.. : Lot p r--u- : U Ig : UI Lot lit ________ -______ tt tO I Unknown
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Lot. Land nn& Inv Co.'s Sub Co.'. Sub- Lots 11 and .116 _u___ __ __________ s J tO 1 Rounaerell. AP ,
The Seminole and E'oo of The Seminole <-i--Inv ____ 10 U 80 Lot ------------------- ------ Z.0 Unknown '.-,._ .I.
Div of l..ot. I, Z, a. 4, Ii Div of Sys of SE'4 Lot __ __________________________ 18 ? _
"ceptTimber _________ Z8 II Unknown _____ 1.41 n Unknown .... 1.01
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and SW % of NW% Lot III _______________ I
NW"% to the 1eelmm"e-, 10 II Unknown -____ Lot ______.__ _-___________ IS I 10 I Slmpltlna, L B L03
Lease ___ _._________ 29 28 31 1.03 Lot 61 Seminole -Land-&.Inr-Co ti'Sub-i) 2.0 1.4 The Seminole -I ft Inv Co.'s ft '

Lumber____Company____ --_____-_-_. _________ 29 26 81 6 Unknown _-_---- 1.03 The Dlv of aU except of N',4 ________ 1 18 .0 Div of KVk oTEtt and 8Wof : '.

Lot 7 ________un______________ _________ -3 29 31 5 Unknown on 1.03 Lot 48 ____ __-NJ---_____ _______ 1 E6 ao 8 Sears. T ____ 1.4 and NWU except Timber Lease on '
Lot 8 ____ _________________n'____ ___ 29 26 31 5 Unknown ----- 1.01Lot' Lot 60 -__-____--______________________ 1 26.0 II Unknown _____ 1.4 SWA of NE)4) and NWK to Klsslm .
Lot 9 _____________________________ 29 26 31 II Unknown ----- 1.03 Lot _______n_ ______________ 1 26.0 II Hal.h. J ______ mee Lumber Co. I I 10 '. 4.
Lot 10 ________ _____________-_______ 29 28't 5 Unknown ----- 1.0'Lot Lots 7 and 8. _nu__ ________________ 1 28 10 10 Sau menig, Cn_ 3.18 Lot 10 ---------------------------- 10 I Bunch. H 3 W 1.0- 14 I
13 _-________-___________________u 29 .24 31 5 Unknown Unknown ----- 103 Lot 8 ______________________ 1 28 II Unknown _____ '.12 Lot 69 I 10 I Smith H Lea W
Lot 14 _________ 29 26 31 II ----- 14 nu ___ ______ Z8.0 II Unknown _____ 1.12 The Be-----------i) 0
______ ______ _____ Unknown 1.03 Lot ____________________ 1
35 ______nn_________------------n- 29 26 31 Ii Unknown -- .03 Lot 11_____________-_---___ 1 Z'u II Unknown _____ I.U Vy of E% of NE'4 and Lot 4 ------ I 2 10
Lot tt _____ _________ ____________ 29 26 31 Ii Unknown -.-.-.-- lOa The Seminole Land Inv Co.. Sub- 11, 48 49. I_ I I to SO Mill, O J_ __ 1.1 S r
Lot 63 n ____ ___ ___ __I. 29! 26 11 5 -- N% of ye __ 30 Lot t6 - --- ----- 10 I Banter. F M_ '
_________ -- 1.0' Dlv of aU except 1' 2 -- - -- ---- -- ------ I
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Lot 70 ______________--_____ ___-- J9 26 31 5 Unknown ----- 1.01 Lots 15 and ___.__________________ I ao 10 Ne"Jn. H M__ 1,37 Lots 9T and 111 I t 10 Thom.H 0_ 1.0
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Lot St _________ 29 28"' 5 ----- 1.0a Lot 70 ______1 nu__________________ 1 2..0 5 Unknown _____ 1.8E The Seminole -------------C----s--i- 1.1
Lot 103 ___ n 3IIIII.IIIIIII- 26 31 II Unknown ----- __ __ 28 ao Unknown _____ 1.12 Dlv of all
Lot 81i ________________________ __ 1
Lot Seminland *--Cure Sub- Lot ___________________________ 1 18.0 II Unknovfn ___u 1..a SV4 of 8EK-.- 11 tt J .
The or SW'4 oSEI4 1 --- 10 II Benee, H __ Lot 41 I ( Semlnole Land .
except 814 Lot ------ --- I n 1.1 1.0 .
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except Compdny------ 30 28 21 of All ___ ___________________ 1 I 60 Lot IT 38 1'0 I ROI. 8___ '
Klsslmmee Lumber 30 28 31 6 Suter nI H -8:: L&i& Lot __________n_________________ I Snyder, .J______ 1.1 Lot 19 _.._ I I M... 1.16
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Lot SLot ::::::::::::::::::::::: 30 26 31 6 L 1.03Lot 1 Unknown I _u___________________________ 10 WelQA H_ ,
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10 :::::: __ 30 26 81 5 Kandenbush.J ::::::::::::: n U : IV:: tH: 10 L. 16
_________.._ .03OS Lot ::::::::::::::::: : Painter P I I 6 Dg_
n ;::;;;;;:::::_u_nn-n----- 30 26 81 II Unknown CUnknown__-_--- Lots= and .1 __________________ 1 I' 10 Dale M'M____ 1.110 Lots 4 and 50 _Un___________ .._._ I 10 10 ColemanC''A... 6./
Lot 4, ;: ______ --------- 30 16 31 Ii Penn on ______________________d______ I 26 II Babooc. W S 1.17 Lots and 69 _.-----.-----._.______ I It 10 10 Hammond L 1.1
44 ____ __ --- ----- ____ 30 28.1 i ---- 1.06 Lot _____________ II 101____ 1.17 Lot 81 1&.0 B t
Lot __________________n __ __________ 1 1.0 -r- Unknown -_
______ _____ 30 18.1 5 Unknown ---- 1 Lt 6 n _ ___ 10 M L__ I.VO Lot tt tt
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Lot ttW ______ ;;;:::: ___ 30 S6 31 II .Walden., J BBeiTKa. -_- 1.03 Lot 7_ _________ ___________._____ 1 II 10 6 Glmore. ;J 17__ 11 Lot 11 tt Unknown .
Lot 11------------------------------ 30 16 31 6 O HMiller. 1.08r Lot __n____________________________ 1 .1 10 II Unknow t ____ 1.1 Lot 91 ---- -----;------- It St SO I Unknown _.
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Lot ::::::::: JO 28 81 6 ;J --- 1.0. Lot I _________________________ 1 18 10 5 Unknown The Seminole ci-i-_ Co' Bub. 10 i
. Lot US _:: ___:___________________ 30 Z6.1 II ---C---E- 1.03. Lot 11_"__nu___________________ 1 1.0 6 McDonad J O 1.11 Dlv of all evcept % of 8WK except ? +
Lot 111 ______ 30 16 31 5 Koberson Lot 10 __________________________ II Scot _n_ 1.17 Timber Lease to the Kisstm- e
Lot 111 Land:; -&-Inv-Co.'s S--i): Lot 11 n n____________________________ I II E0 II J ___ 1.11 moo Lumber Company ------------ 14 St 10
The Seminole ofKlsltnmoe '. Lot 18 14 St SO K Unknown- .
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Diy of all except N14 _________ __ 2& 10 Lot 19 14 St 6 Den ___
Lease to the Dlv of All ___________ _. 1 --------- -------------------- 10 B B 1.0'
NE\l except Timber ___ 31 16 11 __ ______ I S..mlnol. Land Lot 41 .. 14 It B 0
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Lumber ___ 31 16 31 6 & Inv Co, 1.41 Lot 98 14 tt 10 6 Kenney, A
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Lot'I-------------------------------- 31ii 16 11 6 JohnaonMriMHUnknown .01J Lot. 8 and _______________________. 1 21.0 10 Hantock, A __ 1.1 Lot IIi ----------------------.---- 14 SilO 6 Wilson R ;J__
:Lot ___ 26.1 5 ---- } I __________ __ 10 G B__ 8.31 Lot .14 II 10 t1.?
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Lot IS ..:___.______ _______ -- 18 31 5 Unknown -WJ--- J OS Lot ________6____________ ______ 14 10 II Caldwell Pn__ 1.11 The Seminole -ci-i.- Inv Co T.--Sub- ?
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Lot 108 ..._________________-_-_-_-______ .1 IS 11 II Klngebury. 1.0. Lot 5 __________- _________1.:_____ 14 11.0 II 14'enn.y.' W W 1.11 Dlv of all except BB% of l'
:Lot 117 _____________ ._______________ .1 18 al 6 Unknown Mrs-S__ 1.OSf Lot 84 ______________________________ 14. II 80 6 Unknown ____ 1.11 cept Timber Lease to the Kt'lm. : t;'.?
:Lot ist ......_____ : 11 16 11 5 Smoke. Lot 88 ____________._____________ 14 II al II Treadwell 1.11 inee Lumber Company, ..._ SB 18 toSI ''
Lot. 111 14 1& II Horton T -C_ LOt 104 .. .. C Land
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The S.m Lease Lot 10 _-___-_________________________ 14 II 10 II Unknown __ 1.11 Co. L I'
Div of all except Timber II 21 10 10 A ______ 1..e I Lots t and t _.. .. SI 330 10 1. "
Company-- i. iii Lot. and _______________ __ 1 Meica ------ --. --- Boetl $. ,
the Klsslmmee umber ii 6 Unknown ----, Jt 11 ni ___ _____..___ 11,10 II Wentworth. Lot 46 ... .: St St M J
___ ___________ 21 $1 Lot -____ -___ --------? ----- ------ 10 I. 1.03 '
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Lot C W 1.41 Lot 44 35 It I 1
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Lot.,V-rnr-,: --=--- ------ ---- .i 5 Unknown ----- 1.01 The Seminole Land & Inv Co.'s 8ub1)Ir Lot 67 ------?---.----.-..-..----. I' II 10 > Montray. M I. 4
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__ ____-- ? 11.1 6 Bar eldh. BBtewart 10 Churchill, W Ll'' Lot 96 II II 10 6 Unknown .. =
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--Th..B.minole Iak Inv CQ ut;. Lot _...."...__._______.. 1 21 110'1 Unknown ____ 1.18Unknown ,1 lik !V _ '_ . CoO. __
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the Klaalmmee umbur Comp..ny.II.. 18 110 Loot ______________:______._______. '1 86 80 1 _'____ I.!: Lois an. 6, 013 313098....... .-... ', D 8 1.1. -J Jr'

Lot JII .. ------- -- U 86' 830 II Unknown ...___ 1.11Lot Lot 192 -__.._._..._"___________._____. 1 118 10 Unknown __.J 1.. 8. -... ........--.- Unknown '__.'
Lota ..and 4I __::__:_:.-______-__. 10 SkUf. ,F S 11'___ Lot 017 ___-...___-_-:._________.....____ 1 ''I' ao 1 Unknown -____ 1.18 Lot 18, Blk 1 1(2 -.--.------- McEnd'; W T"_ ...7 f
41 .8 111.0 II Peterson. ___.. 1.03 Lot 324.-.____--------.r--___. 1 26 80 1 McGill A _.__ 1.18 .Lot 1. -----------------.4-------- .". 0 i J.O'

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Lot I. .._ ... __ Lot 409 ____ ___.__"'__ _____.________ 1. Z8 1 Unknown __ Lut'-1tBll .. Unknown' .
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Lot __ ____________________ 88 21 80 II ____ 1.0' 80 ___ 1.18 14 Blk 109 --.,---- .. 1.7'
111 __ v Unknown Lot 410 ._____________________________ 1 21 1 Unknown __ : 11 \ Unkno..n __
Lot 81 "____..--:-------------------- 88 21 80 6 __._ 1.0' Lots 42a an112 _________-__..___"__ 1 2. .0. Wether M__... 1.90 I 1 Hlk 10 ----------_--_-__-_--_-_---_ Unknown ___ \ 1.16 '
Lot 69 _,____________________________ 882ft 80 II Unknown .;___ 1.0' Lot 481 ____-_______ '-__________-_____ 1. 2. ao 1 Unknown' _____ 1,18Thu I:: Ulk 18 __ ____ Unknown __:_ : 4 'ir
Lot 1111 _____ 88 26 80 'B Uowllnlr J R._ 1.08 Lot 8, ------ ----------- 1
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Lot 10. ...____________..r________________ 88 ZI 80 6 Unknown 1.0' Diy ot W'rio ___- -_________________ a 2. ao Lot 7, 14 ----- --- -------- Unknown _
Lot 10. ____________________________:. 88 26 30 6 Unknown _+_ 1.0' Lot II __________"_-_______".:.__________ II ''I' .0 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 lest 1. 1Slk lt u ____: :::::::::::: Unknown ____ t..
L.op111 ______________________________ 38 26 80 6 Unknown ___ 1.01 Lot 10 ___._"________________________ 8 'I'' 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 I.ot 2. Blk ] . --. --- : _________ Unknown __' : a
; "' "__"______.. _____. 114 28 Unkno..n .. 1.0aLol. Lot felt 8. ilk _______- 1.11
1111 and4622-___00.____.________ 38 26 Jo 11 COltolandV' 1.11 Lot U ::::::==:: -_ -_:: i U' 18 I Unknown:: :: :-:: u: Lot14th .U 18 ---.-.. . . - -_. -ilnknowotihkndwn AJ I.. ,
1.\11\ 2811., 240241 814 --- __ 4.7\1 10. Hlk --- ------- . :
Lots 208. 1109. ___ 8 28 80 7 Buttner G S lol 19 -- -- -- 1.11
The Seminole Land & Inv Cc,. Bub- Lot 211 __--__________________ 3 28 10' 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 f. Blk -- ..--.------ 0L3.6 'i
Dlv of all except 'Xlmber Lease to __ _______ ____ 1.18 H. 9. I". 11. 101k 1.0 -- -- -- J"'n..r.
Lot 286 ____________________ 8 26 30 1 Unknown I"tl ___
the KI..lmnwe Lumber Company __ 1 27 30 Lot 271 ___00_______________.._._______ .. 3 28 30 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 I..t 1. Hlk 122 n __. -- --- --_- -_-_-__--_ Cary, D .1 ____ 1.80Unkoown .
Lota 8 and V ____nu__________ 1 21 30 1/1 "'rl1 Lot 18 _________________________,____ I 27 3" 6 liRnl. .1. K P ..88Lota Lot 27.3 _nn___000000_______-________ 3 28 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot ((4. Hilt 121ot ____n_.__ __ :::: Emery .1____
a. and 47 ____h________ ________ I 21 3" 10 Unknown ____ 1.321 Lot 274 ______________________________ 8 26 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 LI 10. HI, 123 --- - -- Hubbell I.1 __ f.'O
J..t .6 _________.00__ ____ __------:.-- I 21 3" 5 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 308 ____ __________________________ 3 26 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 I f.ot 6. HI 1' - -- - -- J 11__ L.
______________________ ___ ____ I 21 311 5 Elwood W T_ .88 . - MI..r. .
Lot 6V Lot 30. _______________________ 8 26 30 1 Unknown ____ 1 18 J.ot 3. 11,1 - --
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Lot 66 _________ ____. ______. -_______ 1 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lots 306 n-------------------- 8 26 80 2Ys )Flint U H____ 1.\10 Lot 4. I -- .- -- l'I'
Lot 78 ______ ___u_____________ ______ 1 27 30 1\ foImlth..J 00__ .88 The Seminole Land & Inv Co.'Sub-s lot 12. < \l 1 Unknown ____ 8
Lot 111 ______ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ _____ 1 21 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 l'lv of NJo'M and E'rio ot NW' :and Lot 17. Hit Unknown ___ 1..
Lot 97 ______________n______ ________ .1 21 30 5 Unknown ____ .88 W" ot 8E'M e&ceptn R Rt (t" Way 4 26 30 Lot Hlk 11 -. . Unknown ____ 1'1: '
Lot 99 _-+___ ____ ____________ ______. 1 27 30 5 Unknown ____ .88 Lots "I and 80 _____ _______0___ ____ 4 28 80 21% 1>{a11ett. \V T__ ,1.90 Lot 1.. Elk 14' --. .- - --- --- Unknown ____
nn Unknown ____ 1."
Lot 16( _____ _____.________ -_=e-- I 27 3" 6 Unhnuw n ____ ..88l4 lots 10. 11. 12. 21, 22. 28. .8, 44. 63. 6.. Lot 8,, < ,
>l107 _______ __ 00 _________'__- ___ 1 27 30 6 Unknown: ____ .88 76 .____ 00__________________________ 4 21 10 14 Boyce. 11Yu 7.\17 12. HI Hk ] . .. : Unknown ________ 1.1.a.%' i
'nil. 8emlnole LaIRd .& Inv C... tub-! _ Lot 35 -- ______-_____________________ 4 28 30 11 Unknown ____ '1.18 Lot 16. 11, 19 -- p-- -: :: : I Unk.l..n 1.3' :
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Lily of all except S'IIo of tW1,6! 2 21 30 Lot 62 30 Unknown 23. -
Lot 1 ___ __ __ _____ --_______-- __ 2 21 30 Ii Topping. A E .88 Lot 107 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : u 30 I Unknown: : :::: u: Lola 1..1 I 8"112. Blk-- Irn u - -. .1oh."on. r. M1.01
___.___ __ _____ ______ 2 27 30 6 1..tta. A________ .88 : Poop, C \V____ 1.'.
Lot 16 -- ---- -- l.ol118 __ ___ _____,________________ 4 26 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot 4. < u -
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Lot 84 --_--_____ _-__ _____----__-____ 2 21 3/1 Ii Unknown ____ .38 Lot 120 ______ ______.:..:.________________ 4 26 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot p. I I :. Unknown ____ 1.a.
Lot VI ______ _____________-___--_ __ 2 21 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 122 __________________________ 426 80 1 Unknown .____ 1.18 1..122. HI 1..1 ____ u _n;_ __ -_ Unknown ____ 1.a.
Lot n ____ ____ ___ -______----_ :- 7 3" 5 "J..lr..J 0 ___ .88 Lot 130 t __________________________n__ 4 26 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot 154 __ ___n.._ Unknown ---- 178
Lot 100 ________________ _______'___n__ 2.7 30 6 Unknowa ____ .88 Lot 187 n nn__________________________ 4 26 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 l.ot 21.. HI'. 11.12.u tide H.%p-- '-'- Kirk T L----- 10.08: .
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Dlv of E5,4 except limber Lease toKle.fmmve .I Lot 1411 4 26 80 Unknown ____ 1.18 Lots 2.I }ilk 170 -0-0-- '.- ;- 0. 4:1 ,1 +

1 Lumber Cumpan)' :- \\I 27 30 Lot 159 h n---n----.r____________________________ 4 2. 80 Unknown .___ 1.18 Lot H. Ulk 170(' .. -- ___n_-__ -_ ._ M: TE
Lot 20 _______________ ______----_ \\I 27 30 6 Hughes. :1 F__ .88 lot 1\13 ______________________________ 4 28 80 Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot 21. < 1744 ______n_ __uoo_ U o'ner 1'61 v 1 .
Lot U ____________ _______ _--____ II 37 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 211a ___________________________ 4 21 30 Ii Unknown ____ 1.18 Lat 3. HI 171 1 - -_ --___--_ __- -_____ pcktord. C :: 1.01:
Lot V8 __n__________________ __._____ \\I 27 30 II Unknown ____ .88 Lot 22. _-_00_______________________u__ 4 2. 110 Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot 8. Blk I - --0- .. u._ Unknown 1.1' ,
Lot 1011 _____ ___ ________--___ II 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 226 __ _h _________________________ 4 Z' 80 Unknown ____ 1.18Lot Lot 16. 1 III, - ____ o. __ _-- Ilmor. .1 F1.a..
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Lot 111 ______ ________ ______--____ \I\ 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 236 ____ ________________________ 4 2. 80 Unknown ____ 1.18lot Lot < : C n:: 1."
Lot 116 ___________ ______________--_ \\I 27 30 6 Mitchell. D __ .88 266 00___ ________________ __ 4 26 80 131 unknown ____ 1.11f01'irn9 Lot WII.I\ : :_ :::::::: '_:::: Blrd.al ____ U'
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Lot 111 ____________________00________ \I 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Sub-Div of 37 11 26 ao Lots lii.I and 12. 172 __ 811wel. Z B__ .. ,
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The Seminole Land & Inv Cue Sub- :: Elk D ___________::::: Vanderllp Mr Lot 173 BI_ _______ ___ 1...
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Lot 126 ________ ___________ 10 27 30 6 Seminole Land 00 1.73 t i3 HUU_ ___ n 1.06
Lots Z8 and U, Blk D __________00 ____ Atwell G n Lute and 17 ._ un loOd.1LA
Inv Co. __ 1.18 1. Hk
Lots 4. 18. 20, 29 _____nnunn___ 10 27 30 20 Flint& 0 D ____ 2.18 Lots. B. 39 Wllllams', 10, 41 1 8u 42 b-4&v4 Bik Lot P. :::: 11 21 ao Doop C W---- 1.29W. Lo% 24.4. HIk 141k I m :::::: :::::::::::::::: Unn1"own -F---_::: 1.91 1.21Lot

t Lot 84 ___ ________ ___________ ___ 10 27 80 6 Unknown' 0000 .88 Lots . __ 1.11' ,
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Lot 3Ii _________ _____________________ 10 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 10 _____ except_ Iota 211. _26. _. Walsh P M____ 28.98 l..ot Lot ] 1 Blk 176 116_. .__ nU_ ______. Unknown ___ 1."{
Lot 61 ___n-n-------n--- 10 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 '.--S bD vtL $ 39 1. Hk __ _______._ G A._ 1...
Lot 68 ______ ________________________ lfl. 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 176 Buckln.
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and 43 _____ __ __.. 1.
12 2. 30 Lot 17. Hlk 176 __ _
Lot U _____._______________________ ___ III 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot U, Blk 00 A ___-___--_--_-____n__ Hester .1 Hn__ 1.09 Lot 18. Blk 176 ..__n.n_ _00_ ____ Vnknown ____ 1.a.
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Lot 7. _________. III 27 80 Ii Stratton S'R .88 : _. _
All bal Lots 39 and .2 less Unknown ____ 1.1'
Lot 78 ___________nu______________ 10 21 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 not platted Lot I Ilk 176 n.nun._____
__________.__ b.1 o ft JoJ ot NW Cor Lot 89 run Lots 22. 176 Ten Eyck. MraA
96 __ 27 30 10 Unknown ____ 1.82 Ilk J.O
Lots 81 and .nn 10 E 100 tt S 160 tt W 100 ft N 160 ttu 12 21 ao Folsom. N.Y.. 6.60 Lot Dlk<177 _ _. ____. E _____
Lot sa __-_ _0000 -- -____ ____--___ __ III 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 1. n.n lavla. .
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__ ___________ 8T CLOUDloots Lot Hlk I1R __ __ n ____ L2Lata !
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Lot V2 __ __ 10 21 8u 6 Tultl. A Coo .88
Lot 99 _______.n_ __ _ __ _nu_________ ______ 10 27 80 6 Unknown __ .88 13 and H. BIk 1 _nunn Unknown ____ 206 1 and 3. Blk-is ___ H __._ H..ach. D _____ .70
h Lots 111 and 20. 131k- 1 ________ ______ Unknown __ 206 Lot _ ___ 'Vood. W __ 1.0
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.? Lot 101 _______ _____________________ 10 27 30 6 Carmlchael RA .118 t. 11 II n __ I
Lot HIk 2
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beever. Lot Wilkerson. 1.90
The Seminole Land & Inv Co.'s lease tub-! Lot f:: Silk 2 :::::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown __:: u: Lot 21.1. Blk II 00 oP.u_ ____ n_ ______ Braves. V C __ 1.eO ,

Div of all except Lumber Timber _to_ Lot 9. Blk 3 _________________________ Salter. Ii J.____ 1.6 Lots and ]R. Elk \2.n_ ____ scroll. DP 8.14
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13 Lot the 9 _Kleelmmee____________________Company___________ 11 11 27 27 30 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 10. Hlk 8 __n____________________ Land C A____ 1.26 Lot r. Hlk 181 __ ____ .___ __.__ Ra'.J M______ ..85

Lot 11 ___.__________________________ 11 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 9 Y.I / Unknown 1.26Lots Lot ilk I INS 00 __ .n" PI.... A ______ 1'.8T
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Lot 2-------------------------------_ __ ___________ 11 Lot 7. Hlk 6 ________________n______ Horn. 'r A--__ 1.42 Lot Itlk Ula. M
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Lot Lot 88 47 ____ __ __ 11 11 27 27 30 30 6 6 Unknown Unknown ____00_ .88.88 Lot 9. Ulk 6 : ___________________ Beorge. C H__ 1 U Lots:: : and i"B k'.I. ", : ::: :::::::: :!I B JU:
unnnnn -hn Lots 11. 12. 15, 16& Blk 5 ______________ 'VA 4 U Lot Itlk __ _ .
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Lot 88 _________ ______ ___ II 27 30 5 Horton B M__ .88 nonmoyPr d H..m.r. D 8__ $.01
1 Lot 99 _____ ___ ______ __ ____ 1l 21 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lots 17 and l8 Elk 6 Moyer' bl F D 2 37 Lot 2. !ilk IYI _ ___. __ ._ unknown ____ ..81
? Lot 120 _____ __________ __ __ II 27 30 6 Flln.. n B __ .88 Lot 19, 131k :_______:::::::::::::::: lamovnn, T T__ 1.12 Lots 13 and 14. Hlk 194 _ ___ Unknown ____ 386 ,
-- -- -- -_- -- Jo' __h___ Lot 2. Ulk Ii __ ___________________n_ Westall. Jo' 8__ 142 Lot 15. Blk 195 _ d _ n _. Barr. C EL___
Lot 121 11 27 30 6 Flynn .88
7 The Semlnola -L -d---; !-nv----Co.'s-- -SubDlv -- -: Lots 4 and 6. Elk 6 __________u_____ Hlrd."II. C H__ 2 i0 Lot 16. Hlk US -. ._ Unknown __ 1.71

of All --__________--__ _-______ 12 27 30 Lot III, Ulk 7 ___hUn_________ Unknown ____ 1.90 Lots 22 and 23. llk 11.5 _ _. 1Pnt Mrs A __ 8.18
Lot. 1 and 16 ______________ 12 27 3U 10 Hun"ln/"r. 1__ 1112 lot 20. HIk f Unknown: 190Lot Lot II. Ilk 1117 h _ ._ o .. ___ BOArdman. C A 1..%
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24. Elk : : 1 90 Lot __
Lot 18 ________________________00____ 12 27 30 6 Da vld"on. :1 __ .88 Unknown 1911 nH nu. "Unknown __ u 1.a.
Lot 27 ___________u_________________ 12 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 4. Elk 9 ___00___________________ Unknown ____ 180 I.t 2. Hlk 194' _ _.uu __.h'__ Unknown ___ 1.2'
Lot 8S ______________________________ 12 21 80 6 Slaymaker F L .88 Lot 9. Elk 9 ________________nn_ .' Derr. E E_____ 1.90 3 and 4.1(1k 200 __ h ..n_ Unknown ____ SO,
Lot 13 6 Randolph EV .88J Lot I. Ulk 13 00 ____________________ Unknown ____ 287 Lot 6. Hlk Yuu __ __ nn_ Unknown ____ 1.a.
Lot: BU :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: g H gZ 6 Heee. : .88: Lot 18. 1(1k U Unknown: __ U LoIN 1 and b. !ilk 200 _____ __ ___ I'nknown ____ 10.
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Lot 2, }ilk : \Veetall I W 11 Lot 22. Hlk 2(111( _____
+, Lot 68 ______________________________ 12 27 30 6 Utt.. A ------ .88 .nnun 1.lno.. ____ 1.28
Lot 611 ____________u________________ 12 27 30 6 Henley. C D__ .88 Lot 6. .Uli'I 51i Kenney, A : -_ 237 101 I. Hlx 201 _____ h.___ .____ I l'nn..I. H Bo 1.28 l
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I Lots 71 and 73 ______________________ 12 27 80 10 Thebold. H C__ 1.32 Lot 14 : : :: Llvermore I F. 2 06 23. Silk 211 ___ ___ ._ _____ l L B 128
Lot 78 ______________________________ 12 27 30 6 Cannon C C__ ..88t Lots 11 and 12. lllk 18 ________________ Blanchard .1 M 446 Lot 15. Hlk (' __. ___ u___. .._____ Ilmpkln." ____ lU:
83. ______________________________ 12 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 I Lot 18. Hlk 18 __0000_____________ Unknown ____ 1.110 Lot 1. ilk 203 nhuu____ }I."kno'n ____ 1.28 ,
t 8. ______________________________ 12 27 80 6 Dodge C C__ ..88Lot Lot 23. Blk I9 _un________________ "nknown 00 __ 1.90 Lot Blk 2"3 _ .___ L.V 121 i
8e ______________________________ 12 27 80 6 Summer T____ .88 Lot 3. Blk 20 _unu______________ Unknown ____ 1.73 Lot 211. Blk 2"3 u..n "',1n_ _
Lot 20 HIk LIlly I 11 F Lot 17, IUk 2U4 :::::: 1.4
Lot Lot: IU :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: g H l t Pope.Unknown' F' F _H._:: :U Lot 21: Elk n :::::::::::::::::::::: !"nknown :::: LU Lad 1. Blk 205 _-0.--0_n___._hU_.__ __ "nk.lwn]'nknown u____ 1.1'

The Seminole Land & Inv Co.'a' Sub- Lot 19. Hlk 23 nnnun________ .' B 11 __ 126 Lot Hlk 2u5 --- ___ .Data j __ 1.S1
Dlv of all except Timber Lease to Lot 21. Blk 23 ________'-_____________ Unknown .___ 126 lots 7 and H. Blk 206 --_--_-- -------- Ii, I U__u_ ,
the Kis.lmmes Lumber Company __ 18 27 30 Lot 5, Hlk I 24! _--_____--__________--__ NmokP. Mrs E 1.26 lat 7. Hlk %IM -_ ___ n _h__ Halrd.h.r. .1 1 T ___ 1.0f

Lot 4 __.____________________________ 13 21 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 9. Elk 2. ________nn____________ Unknown 00 __ 126 lot H. }lk __ ___ ______ "nknown ____ 1 '
Lot 11 ___________________.:.________n 13 21 80 6 Broadhurst L .88 Lot 23. Elk 2. ________noon__ ilaish J ______ 1 tI 101 13. 209 __ _. ________ Unknown n__ :; fl
______________________________ 13 21 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 2:0.Bll: it Haieh, S A 1.26Lots lot 16. Jlk 2111 _n.h.U_______ Hac.V F ,
Lot 18 ______n______________________ 18 27 80 6 Farmin R ____ .88 Elk. -iii:::::::::::::: McConnell. 0 B 288 17. Bk _n. _h.n_ ______ Hutton. P _:: 1'1'
lots 17 Elk ___________ .1 Su__ 206 Lot 21. ____ 1"
Lot 3. 111 6 Plep..r. H ____ .88 and 18. 21i 00 Parker 209 nnn. __ ___ Brunson .1 0 __
Lot 43 ------n-------------------_____________-____________-_-_ 18 227 80 6 Wood. R B __ ..88t I Lot 8. Elk 26 _________,_____'_________ Unknown ____ 126 Lot. Hlk 1 ___ _oo.u______ ____ J.41 1.S'
6. ______________________________ 13 21 80 6 Unknown ____ ..88pt l.ot 6, Elk 27 _________________00 _____ Unknown __ __ 1.16 Lot 21 1 Blk h '-_ "_ nn___.__ Blrnd.Inknown. ______ 1.41
___ _______________________ Lot N' Elk Unknown Lot 210 __ _
66 _ 13 21 80 6 Unknown ____ ..881.ot 727- U: Jlk n.nu On "..t..non. F __ 1.4S
66 _____________________________ 13 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 I Lot 21. BIk 1 :::::::::::::::::::::: Porter. J R:::: Lot 16. 211 --0-- -_ __. __ n_ McKlnzl. .1 .1__ 1..S

1.01I.pt 17 ___________ __________ 13 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 22. Elk 27 ____ _____ _____ __ Celrr J __ ____ 126 Lot. 21.22,23.24. Blk 211 -__ _____ Itrown I A __ 4.1'
+ 68 .,___nnn__________________ 13 27 80 6 Unknown __ .88 Lot a. Elk 28 __00____________________ 1>....1. Jo'u ____ 1.26 Lot 1. Blk 21 ___u.n_- -o--____ Unknown 1.7'
Uta III ana 70______________________ 18 21 80 10 Hirke, C R_n___ 1.12 Lot .. Elk 28 nnn_____________ Unknown __00 1.26 Lot 2. Ilk 21 h_. __hn.nu.__ Unknown _hn___ 1.71
t, Lot 10 ______________________________ 18 21 80 5 Unknown ____ .88 Lot II, Elk 28 .____00________________ Unknown ____ 1.28 Lot 2., 21 h ____n'nu_ Ha"nor C F_ 1.79
; t 1. ______________________________ 18 21 30 6 Unknown ____ ..88t Lot 16. B1ke28! ___ ___________________ Marshall A 00 Lot 21 Elk ___ ________ _____ Hurn"ld". 0 B: :
a 17 _____________________-________ 18 21 30 6 Llvermore A E ..88t Lot 17, Elk 28 _n___________________ Johnson S __ 126 Lot Blk 214 h ______-_ __ _____ Unknown J:1
111 ______________________________ 18 27 80 .6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 7. Elk 29 ______________________ Unknown n__ 1.26 Lot 19. Blk 215 ___ Unknown ---- 3.11
t 'I' ______________________________ 18 21 80 6 Unknown ____ ..88Lot Lot 11. Blk 29 _n__________ -------- Kh..chleK"a.JF 1.26 Lots 2 and 22. Elk 21 --------- ----- E C-:: .:
Lot 16. Elk 28 ______________________ Unknown __ 1.26 Lot Blk 217 ._____ __ C.tch"r. :1
114 ____________________________ 18 21 80 5 Unknown ____ .88 00 1. __ l'emmon E P '
The S.mlnole Land & Inv Co.'. Sub- Lot @!2 Elk 29 ______________________ Platt C R____ 1.16 Lots and 12, Blk 218 __ ___ i''
Unknown ...
DIY of All._______"__________..---? 14 17 ao 'Lot 8. 13Ik; ao ______________________"_ Unknown _.__ 1.26 Lot 2. Blk 29 ---------________.__ Unknown ___ .44.
,. t .111 ___.._-.__-._--.____-____.-_- 14 21 80. 5 Unknown __.._ .88 Lot 18 l44 Blk 11 _____ _._______,------ Unknown F.2.00; 1.111 Lot 18.; Blk 21 ---------____-____ M :::: 4:41:
t 86 -______-..-________.___---__-_ 1. S1 80 II Unknown .___ .88 Lola and 24. Elk a1 ._"___._.".-_ Boothby, :1 Lot 20. Blk "-.---------_...--._. O"nle.. .1 A P 4.41
t t. 30 and 45 -------.n.-. 14'' 17 30 10 Graves V C"_ 1.2 Lot 112. Blk 82 ;.............._...-..........- Carmichael, A 1.1 lot 1 f.' Blk 220 --------. .-... Baker 8 C._.. 4.4'
4 q t:1.: .________i,...__..____.--------c14.! 27 30 '..6 Frl..aeti.0. S__ .88 Lot 20, Blk 3/ ----+..!......N"tl4eteeRi. ,to Unknown ____ '' 1.31 Lot l' 141k fU -----".-..=. .'. .' G C._. .. 1
Lot.67 ..___.__._____ __-__ 14 37 80 II Olmstead.8' LoU1S and 6. Blk 15 ..__.................+._+..1. ,,\ t , Unknown ,___" 2.01.. Lot Silk ----. -.ays4 4tIkAeMI ., I Schifr ..
.\ E B__
Lots 68 and 1. _______ _____t.-__ 14 17 80 6 Smith J W __ 1.a% Blk '6 ..____________________-' " cholck. H V__ 1.26 Sol 10, Elk 228 .-----. .... ti :7S il., I'.
... unknown ___ 1.110
w Lot 1. Elk 37 ________________________ Unknown ____ 1.42 Lot 2. Hlk 229 __.._. \
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Lot 81 __.______________________.____ 14 21 80 5 Unknown ..__ .88 -------- _
Lot 8. ______________________________ 1. 27 80 II Unknown ____ .88 Lot 2. Elk 87 ________________________ Unknown ____ 1.4. Lot U 11lk 230 __ _________ _____ ulna..r, A M.; 1.2S
F ___ 1.09
I.ot 3. Blk 31 ______________________ Unknown ____ 1.42 Lots 1. 2. 3. ilk :
Lot 81 _________________h___________. 1. 27 80 6 Unknown ____ .88 23 ---- ------ 14..arss. .1 T____ '.85
; Lot I. ______________ 14 27 80 II Unknown .88 Lot f. Hlk 31 _un_____________ Unknown ____ ].42 Lot R. Ilk 231 -u.hh. h ___
Lot 100 __ nnnnu___ 14 27 30 6 Kenoga. M Nn n .!-8 Lot 5. Blk 37 ___________ ______ Unknown ____ 112 Lot:: 11' Elk 231 -- - -- h' -- 1'lknown :::: 1.1 '
Lot -nu--nn Hapke. H .88 Lot 6. IlIk 37 uhn______ ________ "lIknown ____ 142 Lots 17 and 18, I31k 231' _ foI.rlh. E 1.09
Lot:: 1n.--:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: U H l t Unknown :::: :.88 Lot 1. ilk 37 ____ unnnn_ Unknown u'_ 142 Lola 21 'and, 22'Ilk! 231 -- .h"___.n- !J.r..ry.: A A ________ ''.18.65

______________________________ 14 Lot Hlk Unknown 112Lot Lot 3. IIk awry '
Lot U8 27 80 6 Unknown
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Lot US 14 27 30 Ii N..well. E P__ .S8, : Blk :::::::::::::::::::::::: tTnkna'n :::: 421ot I Lot 6. Jllkk 232 _ __ u. -
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The Seminole hnnhuu Land& Inv Co.'a Sub- 10. Hlk 31 _______nn______ Unknown ____ 1.42. Lot 4 233 oh-h--h----- 10."e. W __ ].28
Div of all except Timber Lease to Lot II, Hlk 31 _____._ ______ ______ Unknown ____ 1.42 Lot: 6: BII' 233 -- __ _ !r. L __ 1.21
the Kl.elmmee, Lumber Company __ 16 27 30 Lot 12. Elk 31 __ __ _____ ______ Unknown ____ 142 lots 13 and 1 Blk 23 --un.u \\'lch..r. A En 1..8

;, Lot I ______________________ _________ 16 27 30 Ii Unknown __00 .8R Lots 13 and 14. Elk 37 ______.n______ \VIIl" C A ___ 237 Lot I5. Itlk 3 _- n Uh-h-U- Wooden S. E L M 2.08
Lot U ______________________________ 15 27 30 6 Unknown _00 ."8 Lota 15 and 16. Dlk 37 00____________ Chamb..rlaln.C Sol 12. Ilk 234 :_ : :h.U ---- ____ 1.2.
Lot 27 __________ ____________________ 15 27 30 Ii Unknown __00 .88 0 nun 267 Lots 7 "" I 8. ilk, 23 __ __ ._ _. __ ''I'krord. C ___ 1.2'
Lot 89 ___ 15 21 80 6 Unknown 88 Lot 3. nlk 42 _ ___ ______ ______ Unknown n__ 190 Lot 21 1311 23 h. nh_- .__ nn 2.08
unnnnnn. 00 Lots 1 and S. Hlk f3 __ ____ ______ I..al Jo'n _ __ 334 Lot I, 'Ilk! o "kllown ____ 1.2'
Lola nand 76 ______________________ 16 27 30 10 Unknown ____ 132 -h n. --- -- ,
_
Lot 89 ___________ 15 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .1<8 Lots r. And 6. Blk 49 __n____________ Quallln. A H._ 365 Lot 11. 23r II..I+ Idt. I 1.28
Lot 111 unun r______________________ ___ 15 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Iota 3 end f. Hlk 60 ____nn______ fierce. E .1___ 365 I.'H I 2ilik23--'h: ____ 1.2'
Lot 117 ________________ ___hUU n 15 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot r.. IIlk r.2 h____________ ________ Unknown ____ 1911I..t Lot 16. Ilk 2:6: -- !lurk. .1 .1_____ '.66
., The Seminole Land & Inv Co.'s IubDlv : 1. Hlk 62 _--___________--______ Unknown U__ 1140Lrt Lot 2 oU -. -. - larl"'r.lraAC 1.2'
_______ 18 21 30 n :! Unknown 40Lut In.t '. __ -_- ____ 1.8
Lot U of___All___ _______nnnnh________________ 16 27 80 6 Unknown __00 ,88 : : 1 1.HL : j-:::::::::::::::::::::: \bae, .1 __ _::: 285N Lot 1 Blt ::1 2i----- --- h __ ".hol y. A__ 1.61

1 U _____ __ 16 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .811 lv Lot 22. 1(1k54 __ -__________ Unknown __ 109 Lots Ind __--__-------- ""uk.I, M._ 1.61
Lot 40 __ _____noonnunu___ ___ ______ 16 27 311 5 !tnknown ____ .88 Lot 12. Blk 6. _nhnu______ Moo,. I __ __ 126I. I.. 5. Ill k 23t I.rl''. R ____ 270I
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Lot lfl Unknown Lot Elk 511 _ _______________ l'olt..r.'S 'V__ 126 I . 13 'nod, ii 2344-- _ U'Ion., 0 .1__ 1.67
Lot: n :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 16 g 19 g Baker. 3 __:::: ::t tLot Lot r.1.. Hit .:. _ ___hU_____________ Unknown _. n I 26 I I., 11 Pod ,Is Ilk.23N -- 0-00-- "8hlln. J. N. 2.70

68 ______________________________ 16 27 30 5 Unknown __00 .88 Lots 23 24. 161 Palmer i E 2446 .tH.3 HIl U 21' h __ _hn_ Unknown _n_ 2.7t .
Lot 66 _____________________________ 16 27 30 6 Manchester, TE .88 Lot: ', 111k 62 ______::.:_ ::::::::::: Flmor. : __:: 126 Lot 3' 243 _nh _. __ .\\.Ha. AS ____ .
Lot 88 ______oonnnnh___ It I 27 30 Ii Unknown nn .88 Lot . !lk 62; _____nun_.______ Monlray, M __ 126I ; Luis \ and IS: lilk :243-i h_ -- -.-- ]0..8.. 'V p____ 2.87
Lot 77 ______________________00___"__ 1i 27 30 Ii Unknown ____ .88 I Lot: \ Imk :; Topping' 444 U ..1. and, 10 Ilk 246 -. ]lnlrond, L C ..211
Lot 118 ___________________0000_ ____ 110 27 30 6 Unknown ____ ...81tLol102 Lot: :::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown _F: Lot HI: Blt 24 .u------ ------l- -_ ____ foIlllh. 1r. L C ..2&

_______________________n_____ 16 27 3" 6 Klm.e. B L____ ..8J.ot Lot 13. Itlk 6. ___________ __-______ Unknown ____ 1111 Lot 13: ''Ik : _hnh. ____ .___ urk- . 8___ '.37
r, 1111 ______________________n___ 16 27 30 6 Hlose. 11 _____ ..88d Lot !9. Ilk 66 -___00_____________ Unknown u_a 1111 1.4,1 1: Ilk 251 -- -- -. ..-- - !nknown ____ 2.08
Lot 121 ______________________________ 16 27 30 6 Uoul. \V P___ .b8 Lot I1. Itlk 66 Unknown 1944 Lot I. HI, 251 : l'nllown ____ '.01
The Seminolo Land & Inv Co.'s Iub-: Lot:: 6, Elk1 ::::::: :::::::::::::: I'avla I ti R':::: 237 Lot 11. 111 251 _ _ n_ __ r :
Div ot E% ________________ _n____ 11 27 30 101. 1. 2. 5. 6. HII 73 ________________ OrAnt. 'V____ I 1 1..12. BI 251 _ h_. __ -nn---_0 h__ unknown ____ a.o'
Lot 2' 30 {) Unknown 00__ .SS I.I !(4 pad I". Hlk 78 ________________ Unknown n__ I.t 2,3 ow. -n_ _ 1"A""n.+ .1 L__ 2.08
Lot 16 _unnnuun__________nooun______ l1T 27 311 5 Unknown _00_ .NR .., 21 }ilk 73 -__ ____ __ _____--_____ \V..tt"I..ln. C A 231 2f: Ilk 253 ho __ ______ 1.6
Lot 17 __ __ ___________ ___ IT 27 30 6 Boardman. C A ..88r' I"I and 10. Elk 7. ___.____0 _____ orton. T C. 429 I..t I'. 1< 2.5- __ u .-'-- Noah". 11 Cn_ 1.5
Lota 85 and 46 ______________________ 17 27 30 10 Alexander .1__ 1 32 1"8 I' and 19. Elk 7 ______u______ Lt.rmor. EE 4211 I.t 19.I :' 141k 255 'hn'__-_ l'II."wn' ____
Lot .1 ______________________________ 17 27 311 6 Unknown n__ .8 20 t. al' Ik 74 - Larch, L E 2 3Nl.eta I.ot '. 11I 2f' _:_ : :: :_ _- U u__ :"knowl _0 I.U
Lot 17 6 Alexander. O M .88 ::: 8. 131------------------- Jacobs I . :::: 429 Lot !0. ..ik __ _ ( __h 1.26
Lot: U :::::::::::::::1.::::::::::::::: 17 n g 6 Unknown :.88 Lot 14. 11< 16 _u___________________ id. F. __ ___ 239 Lot zi. Ill< 25fi-' h ---u.-n Ulklown ____ J21

Lot 63 ___________________________n_ 11 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 All Ira<1 Elk 78 __nnu_______ Il.rl: e Land Lot 22. 2r.7 :_:: ::::::: :_ ::--- Unknown! ____ 12
Inv Co. _ 558 Lot 7. Hlk IJklown .
Lot 118 __ __ 17 27 30 6 nr..nhallfh..J .88 2:1 ]
Lot 1011 ___unnn__--_______--_--__n---n---_________ 17 27 30 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot. 1. Blk SO __h__________________ Unknown __ 126 Lot 1I 15. .Ilk 26. :: -:::::::: :: :::::::::. .) \ i- 14
The Seminole Land /Jr. Inv Co.'" 8ubDlvof L"t 2. Hlk SO ______u__________. ____ Unknown ____ 126 .:: I 6.; 'ilk 265' -- __ 1.\n.::\ :: .
all Fractl except N\V'M ofLotr Lot 3. !ilk 80 ______00________________ Unknown t _u_ 126 Lot ": 141k 261 ___ __00------T-_______ -_ :::: U:
( 6 26 91Z Lot 4. BII &\ ______ _______________ Unknown __ __ 126 I.ot 8. Ilk 261 Mulln. I .1__ 128
30030 1.8y 80D832, 888, 310---, 1.1 6. IIlk 0 _0____00 _____ _____ Unknown. ____ 126 Lot 22. Ilk 2411 _:::::::::::: ::: :--u-_ .1 __ 1.28

1(.. 166. 872, 873 _nnnn_ 6 26 31 16 Durham An__ 9.41Lot 6. Ilk SI __u____________________ Unknown ____ 1.26 lot 2". Ilk 262 hUnh_ nu Unknown _0 1.26
.01 ____1___n____________ ______ 6 26 31 I'M Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot 7 80 Unknown 1.26 .' 21. 262 ______nh---_ L.nk.lwn. .n_
Lot 40S ____ _______ ________ 6 26 31 1SW Unknown _00_ 1.18 Lot 8: m Rh :::::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown: :::: 126l.ot 5, Hk 263 __-- --___- __ ::::: l'n1urlwI4:' ____ 126.

Lot 164 _____ ____ _-_____ 6 26 31 Unknown1.18 4 Unknown Lul 7. '
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c a Lot 466 _____-nn- --__-_-_-__--__--__--_-_______ 6 26 31 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot 'o.H flosc-:::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown: : :::: U Lot::: 12. } lk26i6i"I'S: : -- -: :::u_ ': ': r:: U:

Lot 4111 ______nnunnh______ ft 26 31 1',,. Unknown __ 1.18 Lot Unknown: : U Lot 16. Ilk 263 __ ___: )Iorlan, .1 Mo 1.2'
Lot 600 _____ ___-___ --____ 6 26 31 1to\ 1.'nkno. _,._n_ 1.111 Lot g: m g ::::::::=:::::::::::: Unknown: :::: Lot 21. -___ __ __-. ----00-- I..rlcn. 1 C __ 1.28
The Seminolo .L nd---Inv Co.'s; Sub- Lot 0. Hlk 82 _00 _________________ McDonald L__ 1.26 Lot II IUk 264 ______n___-_ -__--_ link.lwn ___ 128
.t Div of Jl'rac E4 and SEK ot BW ,4 Lot 20. Hlk 82 ______________.._:_____ Unknown. 1.26 Lot Blk 264 h_______ Southworth. J'L 1..'
except Lake Front Add. _______ as 25 30 Lot 21 Elk 82 ___________________.:__ ____ 1.26 I.ot 22. Bk 264 _un-: _.__
8. 26. 26. 39 67. 70, Lot Elk Unknown 1.26I.ut Lot 16. 265 -- --- Unknown ____ 1.2. '
LoU, h .9 ,1 .lt 8.68io.l: : 14, 141k U :::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown: :: :::: 1.26 lot __ 1. Blk 265--------nu_ ow. ----------u----- Unknown __" 121

.. UI, ti8. 114, 118. 184, 110 88, 186., 163., Lot 5. Blk 8 _n____________________ Stewart E A_ 1.26 Lota 3 4, Blk 266 _:: Unknown 1:2.:
154. Lot" 8 and Blk 84 ________________ Htrker C __ 2.08 Lot 7, Hlk 266 hh ::::. -nn- Uu.t..Iow.. a.o. t
+'y5 185. 1 3818 3801380119 1111. 197,198, 199, Lot 1. Blk 8. __ ________ ______-- Crlm .1 H ____ 1.28 Lot 23.k 26tl ----____ -----:::::::: IAA 1.%6

100 1. 218. 319.{ 220, '21. 2122, 217. Lot Elk 811 ------ ----------------- Unknown -- 1.26 Lot 24. Ulk 266 __ ____ ________ u'kln.' .____ 1.28
.S8. 1111. 210. %11. 332. 1411. 260. 361, Lot1 I and 21 Blk 81 ____n__________ Ievllle. T J__ 206 Lot 72 Blk 26H _h_ ___________ Unknown 1.,
16E 163. "161. 266. 168. 169. 210. 181 6, Blk 416 ______________________ Pieper' H ---- 1.28 Lot I Blk 268 ____ __ _____-:--- Buell U __.._ 11
313, 261. 184. 181. 18., 2U. 284. 286, Lot 6. Blk 81 ____________________-- Unknown. ____ 1.8 Lot 13, Blk 26M -_ _______- --- Unknown 1 f
.8', 187. 188, 390, 11I1, 2112. 193. 194, Lots and H. Elk 86 ______________. Barrett. 1 S __ Lot 15. Blk 26Y _____h___ ::::: __--__ 1'1' i
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2116.. 191. 313. $14. $16. $16. '17. 118 Lot 86 ______________________ Hopke. H 1.28 Lots 23 .nd 2f. Elk 26-_---------_ Hn 1.'
IU, 112, 8U. 1114. 816. '16. 11I7. 328. Lot 1. Ilk 8. _____________________ Punch H j--- 1.28 Lot 4. 270 -___ _________- A5__ 1,00
w 146. 316. 141. 148. 049 110. 866. 168. Lot 86 ______________________ Oassman. 1.28 Lot 6. Elk 27 -n____ -- Unknown ____ 1.2'
367, 168. 169. '10. 17:1, 378. 8711. 380 Lot Z..Blk 87 ________________________ Bnkno..n.. ____ 1.28 Lot 8. Elk 27 ---00---------- Unknown __
81, 889, 190. 11 191 303. 194. >96,' 1Bik ______________________ --__ 1.18 Lot 6. Blk :7 ---00---00___ _"_:: Unknown _- }1.81.
390, 406 406, 407. 408 409 410. 411. Lot 16, Blk 87 ____________________ Littler, S W__ 1.11' Lot 16 Elk Unknown .t.Lo
411. 1118 418, 414, 416, 416 427, 418 Lot 18. Blk 87 ___________________ Unknown ---- 1.28 111 and 20, j-i74----------. Unknown ::--
417 418. 489 440. 441 44S. 466, 467, Lot 19, Elk 87 _____________________ R.ytolda W R 1.8 Lot U. Blk S76 Smith E ___:: 11
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488. 469, 460, 46*, 470 471, 472 4all, ...-.1":" -" ._. Lot 19. Elk 8 _____ -_.--------- JL 1.26 Lots 7 and 82 Elk 277 __........:_____ Unknown ____
' nOL 491. 491. 601, 60S. 601. 6 4Xot "_____ 93T-0'.100 Boyce. H W___ 110.65 Lot 10, Blk _____________________ Unknown Lot: 11 15 BIk 17l ------------- Souemignknow. C__ 1.7
;.%, 164 ----------------------- IS 16 SO Davidson John Lie Lot 20. Blk 8. _____________________ McLame. V1.1'1'Lot Lots and Elk 279 -----0------- U D --" .0
a< i> Lot 48$ _-_-__ 81 16 10 1\1\ Unknown.2 22, Blk 89 _____________________ Unknown Lot 1 Blk %9 -------------------- Richard 72 V 8,01,
The 8.minol.find &Inv Ca':;. Sub- Lot 16. Elk 11 __________________ __ Unknown -___ 1.8 Lot 12 Elk 20 _____n_________ Packard a. B __
Diy of all Fractl 'Lake Front Lot 16. Elk z --- Lot 'i Elk ---- ____ :::: Unknown __ :
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K J. Addition ____________________ 34 26 10 Lot t Blk 9-------------------- BInf"Jn __- Iota and 2 1182 Blk ESP _0000__________ wla, C B____. 1:7
Lot 40S _________.._________.:. 14 16 10 1 Kenney W F1.18 Lot Blk --------------------- R A K 1'2 Lot 221. Blk -----_____________ + Unknoxn __ ..17
1 ot-446 _-._--,,_________________ 84 16 10 1 Unknown _.- 1.18 Lot 8i Blk --- --------------- Albritton, E Lot: \\0, Elk :n ___ n_______________ Unknown -_:
& Lot: 4AT ----- 84 16 SOr 1 Unknown ---- 1.161' Lots 1 2. .. Elk el ______________ Unknown --- I... Lot BIk ---------------------- Unknown -- 1.4
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*, Land k Inv'CoTV: Lot I. Blk 286 __________ Unknoxn
The Seminole Subh' P Lots 6. 8. Blk I. ----------------- ---- ______ ____ l'fl
-" DIv of FracU JBtt except Lake Fronts Lot. 7. 8. e Elk ____________ Unknown il.: Lot: .9 {)Elk 2 :: Dodge, C___" Ll6
Addition ......, . _.M. 1.. 18Ii Lots 10 nb 1. Elk ------- -- : d : .j-' 8--------------------- Bears T
'*' . , . 1.. Unknown Lot llrBlk $ n Hnkno..n Lot. and SU ::::: l'U
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, 24. Blk 'S91 -....:__.____ Lot 1.1 Blk 48 .....____ __ .. Henry .'1' Lots II and $6 _____.___-__.____-_._ .e N.. .on. A. e-_
18 Blk I9S .. ::::::: Rutrl\tton. S R.. l.n 43 ------j'- Jackson Lot II __._. __. _____ _____ __..__ Freltel'. Wm. I.,
.------- --- I Lot Hlk ._.____.. .._____.___ Won .74 :
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It. Blk SSI ___-______n___...._.._ Unknown : 8,Blk 42 __.__-_____-._-' __._-_---_ Joneie' All N of : . Nelson AR:-- 1':1:
. Lot RY of Lot :... McCormick ;
6. Blk k'.r.---------------- Gate. -'=. I36 1. Dlk 44 .. ... .. .. .. Slater, Hamll. l6..k I' II
E..__.. --- -- -- : Nelson A 9__ .1
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jo. .. .. ton 1.0. Lots ee and .1 _________-___.____-_ :
I Blk I'4 .. .... .r------. "'-' -- CochranwOF..1,16 - -.. .----- ----B.n.-Callle'-o Lot-18 . _. .... ..... ......_...._....._....___- ____ . f,
21. --- ---- -- .---._. T; t"lI"Rlk-'U'; :__: ;_ :;; ; ;; .. ;;:;;;.__. ;;: :74 : :;: "' -Wcker. r-OM1'1.. - -- -
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Parver. L M._ 1.16 '' ' '''' .
28. Blk S.4 ._________.__..__..__..__ Lot I. Blk .6 _________________.__-___ J - .12 Lot 11 and 71 _______._____._.._.__ l'
Unknown
Blk SS4 _______.__.___.:._....____ ____ 1.36 Williams i Lot 8. .' Ii : i
24, : Lot 8 46 ------------- --------- ----- .Ik.r.ld .01':0
' a, Blk 2.1 ..._______._...___.._....__ Bro.dhur Unknown -.-I1.36. lae Lot 6: flIt 46 :::::::::!:::::::::::::: Reese,mlilo rtt: :.74 Lot 90 .._ _. A

_______.......___.._._ ____._ EUREKA. '
1-- 6.1 Dlk .____________ 74
297T ______ Unknown ---.. ,1.26 Lot /7-- WuudardEUAW Lots 6 and'1 Blk B ____.___ Smith H L. 1.22 ,a
.0(I, Blk __..__ 1.36 'C. Blk ...____________ !: !" C.1.11
tLot
298 ____.. __..__ __:..... Freer J ----__ Annie__ .14 Lots 11. 11. U. 1. 01k-C-------------- Walks
Blk n _..._ Unknown 1.le Lot B. Blk..1 ____________________.__.; Brown Berr-__ ...
.7 Blk S88 ?..____n______.._ Lot 13.l1 a 1' Elk C ------------.v.-- Yates. i
Fi,..Blk S'8 ____.._________.._.._____ n"mmont E-- 1.18 Lot:: J: m n =--:::::::::::::::::::::: Se.sor' fil-U: LINCOLN H1i: OHTSLot4 Burden.

LI,. 1.Bk au :_:____________.._. .- W H 1.18 Lot 8. Hlk 11 ____ :__n________..:__ Johnson Katie74 .Blk H-r.............._____ _ ._ 111' R._- .n- - (
_______ ___ Smith J W _. a.86 61 Joe ._ .74 Lot IL Dlk B _...__ Unknown ;;
[23 Blk 298 -- .. _.._____ Lot BIk Johnson. ----- ---------- ial
Yl. Blk. S99?__________..___..__...._ Unknown Unknown ---- 1.11 Lot 1Ihl 62 ___::::::::::::::::::::: Leonsrd.: Frank :.74 Lots 11 ae.'ddlal ":k g Kinsle: : 'll L--:: .LII' I
1.le ::::::::::::::::
---- John .74
Blk _._ ____ ____ Lot Orlffn. Hamll M.A
[ 8.8, Blk 803 -- ?-_____u_____ Buckley Unknown, J____ 1.11 l.ae Lot i: lll U :_a.---------------------______________________ Thompson; -- Lot 16. 131k D'________________________ O ..1' .1

' lk}, Blk 808 -__________ Unknown -..- l.ae Charles __n_ 1.04 p '1
and 18. Blk 101 ________ Let 1. Hlk 68 Prince, Bertha
i is -n Unknown 2.0e -------.----------------- C. HANDY. 4
19. 304 -__________ ---- L ---_------- 1 04
T E 1.18
Slk 806 __________ Davis --- i.ot 11 I41k Burkett C B
16 16. .
l 1.13.2.14.8. 4, .6, 7, Blk 807 __________ Unknown n__ 8.66 Lot 14: Ilk U :::::.:::::::::::::=:: .. 1) R _:: J: Tax Collector of Osceola County.Bargains

12, ilk 808 -__________ Bogert John -- 1.18 Lot 6. Dlk 64 Burkett Ram__ ..7Lot /
18. Blk 808 -__________ Hughes, J F__ I.U 10, Blk 6------------------------ 'VllIlama.LIa"le .1.

[ 8 Blk 309 .-.__________ Macember C L 1.26 1.01 12. Blk 64 ______n______________ le eks. H..IUe__ .14 .
[ li. Blk 809 .__________ Unknown -_-._:- 126 1:26: Lot 1. Hlk 66 ______________________ (311more. Tom__ .14
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Fling, 0
1 _____ Lot 2 56 Uary Nora
[ 8 12.Ulk Blk 810 809_-._uu_________ Kingebury.VJ 1:28 126: Lot 9: m 68 :::::::::::::::::::::: Russell; Pete:: :U --

In, 141k 810 .n _______. __ Unknown ---- 1..1. 12, Blk 66 __ ____ __________ I3,.)1. Calllp ___ .74
J13. Hlk 810 -.__________ Wright J E__ 1.26 Lot 16, BII 66 ___.__nn____________ Roberts Eddie .14 Mid -: Summer
Il4 Blk 810 ____._____ Unknown ---- 1.26 Lot 4. Blk 66 ________________________ n..rt KatIe E_ .14
and 22. Blk-J10 ____ ____ Unknown n__ 1.26 Lot 11. IHk 67 ______un___________1. L..on..rd. Frank .14
21 811 -_____u_____ Unknown _n_ L08 Lot 2, Hlk 68 __ _________ ____ "'I..... Will ____ .74 small .
B.Blk Hlk All -__________ 1)gnl. A R ---- 1.26 11.01 10 Blk 69 __..__uu________ Menning 0 A.._ .74 Ten acres of goqd land 3 miles from Kissimmee poslofnce.

6. Blk 81. _-_____________________ Dyal F' S __ 1.26 Lot 15, 131k 59 Reddin, Eugene J: house good well 8 fenced. 5 acres cleared. Cheap at $630.
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Chase 0 M __ 1.26
8i 1 4. Blk 816 __. I Lot 3. 1(1k 60 __=:=:=:=:::::::::: :::: Pollack. Jas._ __
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816 __________ Bon, W 'V--- 365 Lot 2. 131k 64 ______nuu______ "'uod.ord.B"rt -N- t
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SK! 311 :_ _____________ ire.nhalgh I 'V 1.04
: 817 _-__nn_ ____._ ___ McNeal. 0 A__ 1.26 Lot 3. ll1k( 64 u________ ______________ flrlfftn. John._ .14 20 good land. I I'A miles from Kissimmee on hard y
11, Blk -- Unknown __ 1.2e acres orange ,
__________ n Lot 4. Blk 64 _____ _.___________n_ 1'1..r..on. Jacob_ .14
8. F4lk Blk 817 818-__ __nu__ ______ ____ K..noKa, M Al 1.2' Lot 11 I, Blk 6l ______________________ BlentonV _. .14 road ; 5 acres bearing orange tangerine and grapefruit grove, also
l3, -- Wolf. C ____ 1.1
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n 1.014, Blk 64 Reddin Eugene
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18.1 and Blk 2.818 Blk 819 n______________ J'allt8on.Unknown. J M__ 2 1.26 u6 'Lot 6. J31k 66 ______nnn____________ Slater, 11 .___ .14 100 young grapefruit ,trees. 4-room house good stable, all good

10. Blk 31--9__ _nn_________________________ Unknown _-n_ 1.26 lot Lot 30 16: m : ::=::::::::::::::::::: Oarv Williams.'I, Nova C.li :.74.74 land all fenced and crossed fenced splendid location where childrencan

II.0, Blk Blk S19 819 -- ______-u-______-_-_ mlth.lol\.nbpck.\ J 'V_J___ 1.26 1.26 ,, Lot 20. Blk 66 ______ ___.____u______ Everett Johrtn .14 have advantages of high school and be at home every night. r 7
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______:: ___________ Lot 8. Blk 67 ___nnn----- POI.telWIIL\ '
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U. Blk 320 n ___._ ______ !turns, P T_ __ 126Ii. Lot 6. Hlk 67 ________nn____________ llovrr H n__ .14 Price $4500. Cash Two Thousand dollars and $500 per annum _'
18. Blk 320 __________ Unknown ---- 1." Lot 12. Blk 68 un____________._____ Sharp. Mlnnle_ .14 t .
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balance.
Ulk 821 unn Unknown __ 1 26131k on }
h Lot 17. Blk 68' ____ Hughes Lln'' .74
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b and 6. 822 Unknown 2.06 __________________ David __ .14
__________________ ---- ,Lot Iti, Blk 68 un Sams. -N- '
I Blk 828 __n Unknown ---- 1.26 Lot 4. Ink 69 ______ _________ ___ M<,Klnnon. TO' .T4
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} and 4. Blk 884 nu_____ _______ Unknown _n_ 206 Lot 7. Ink 70 ______nnnun___ ___ AIl..n. J.... ___ .74 About 83 acres good land one block from Ry. depot four miles
12 and 18. Blk 814 u Unknown nn 2.0. Lot 8. Ink 11 __________ ____._________ ('r..ford.Lhal.. .74 '
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11311 826 __ __ ______ Unknown 126 from Kissimmee handy to school and church and best of shipping
_____ .14
________ Lot 4. Ink 71 _ __ __ ___ ____ RpRUldlng. Geo. 4
Blk 126 nn_ ____... Fuller\ A Cn-- 1.26 ______ __ .74
Lot 16, ilk 71 Iavta. E..nj
_____ uunnnn facilities. There five of bearing with 6 bearing -
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Vl6 Blk 826 __ __unn lIIgglns, C C 1 .14 are acres grove, ,
Will Id
U Lot S. ilk 72 ___ __ __________ Cooper
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Jl7. BBllkka3:8e ._ ___.____n_ Unknown: :: Lot 7. ilk 72 _ ___ __--_____ ___ And..r.on. John .74 grapefruit trees and 269 young grapefruit trees planted last winter.
tl .- -------------------- Unknown '-- ] 26 Lot N, Blk 72 _ __ ___.___________ Rmlth. J..alle..1. .74
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a 4 and 6. 81k 828 n___________ Parver, C N 208 Lot S. Blk 73 nun_________ cRrl..tt. Frank .74 About 1 15 acres more land cleared for planting to grove next winter. { f
I and 4 328131k _nn_ ____ --- Unknown __:: E06 ___ ___ ___ .74
'8mk Lot 3, Blk 74 unn ___ Hoh..r..on. Joe and of this is located in the artesian belt fine trucking ,
-----n-u--n----- Unknown n__ I 28Kfrk. Lot 10. Blk H ________ Heddln. n B .74 part grove very ;
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6 and e, mii: 680 ______n________ T 206 nnun
nn I.t 2 76 Lane, Marv and Best of for the
II. Blk 381 ___- ________n________ Baker R n___ 818 Lot 1 : m 76 ::=::::::: _::::::::::::: Johnson, ,1 iC J: farming. reasons selling can meet owner

K Blk 882 _ _. __.___un______ : Unknown __n 2 a7 Lot 3. Elk 76 ._nhnnu_________ Thompson S_ .74 and deal direct come see this splendid proposition where an ex- ?'

IV/.. B \ 881C au ._ - _- _-_-_-_-_-----_-_-_--_-_-__--__-_-__ Unknown Unknown _n on__ 126Ii. 1.16 Lot Lot t,. l/flkk/ 78 78 :=:=:::::::::::::::::: Elliot\Villis: tAIba" _: :.74.N cellent grove of commercial dimensions will grow the owner rich. .ii

B1k 832 __ ______n_________ Unknown _.__ 1.26 1.0'4.. Hlk 76 __nhnnn_ Burk..ll. C B__ .74 k
I. BIk a82 _____nu____ ----- Unknown n-- 126 Lot 10. Rlk 78 _nnnn__________ !1mlth. RIchard .14 -N-
11 and I BBIk au ______________ rirfmm. it 208 Lot 16. 1I1k 78 __ __ __ ___ ____ t\'atson. Carry .74 127 bordering large lake four miles from Kiaa 1nmee. t
Blk S83t __ nn_____..____ Unknown :::: 126 Lot S. Hlk( 79 _ __ __ ____ ___________ ___ lane. Mary .74 acres on
Blk 884it. _____nn------ Unknown _u_ 1.26 Lot 10. Hlk 79 nunh.n_ _____ ___ HUKhPII. LI.ale .74 plenty fine hammock land about 8 acres grove six-room house ) ;
Blk 334 ____ _____u____._____ Unknown 1.26 Lot N, Hlk 80 Bowers, Ike __ .74
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1. Blk 887I _ __ ._______________ Unknown := :: (26 L..I 1. ilk B __unnun--n__pn.n __ .__ Anderson M C 103 three flowing wells land all fenced and cross fenced excellent place

lilk 888 __ unu__________ Unknown 126 Lot 12. Blk n ___ ____ __ g..I..r. Essie. __ 74 for and This is worth $100
Hlk 338 _ __._n___________ Unknown :=:: 126 Lot 16. Blk IS __ ._ .John.on. WIIL. .74 large prosperous grove. property per

i. Blk 840 _ __ ____n____________ unknown. -___ 126 1..1. 22. Hlk f\ __ ununu__ __ ______ ._ __ ___ Anderson Anna .74 acre on favorable terms and ;is a bargain. Grove is in fine condition
Blk 840 . __ n______________ Unknown __n 12r. Lot 26.: IlIk f\ __ ._ __ Hard) Albert .74
8. Blk 841Hlk __ _n_________________ 11"..... II 1{ I ISS111M I EE ('ITYauss unhh.n- good crop this year. Favorable terms .of payment can be
f Blk 841 __ ____________ Unkn".wn" =:: 126 "dellC" .
11. and 12. nlk 342-____________ Onkn".n 208 .\ IIV of. lIy of 1lock 11 xC'pt Ito '., had. This is worthy of close investigation.N .

:.144 n______________ Mahoney. F -.1: 126 I rt nIT I' "IId or Lot 3 J. hh. _ __ llughes, Hoht.. 5.811 A
,,, Ulk 344 __ _ ____________ .Iwnlson.. N I. 126 : H"K 1-1-:: ,'...r Hlo'k IlV of A C J. Hv -
17. Hlk 345 __ ._.------------ 111111. If n __ 1 2r. run N t.1I rtV IlIlI fl SI rt E 100 1 rt L. anard. F _ 2 2014cK Large rooming house close in, well located and can be had t
[ ilk! 346 __ _______ ______ _ \Vpll. A !If roo tl N or SE Cor or Hlk IIV "f
16 8. Blk 347 _ ______n__________ Onkn..n.. =:=: 126 ,\ 4' L fly run N 60 tl W H'O' ft HI well worth the money and on reasonable terms.

V Blk 848 _nnUn________ Unknown -- -- 126 ft I: 100' ft --___ -- - __-- __ _- -- __ '...odd..... \Y Dn 260 1
JflO. ilk 348 _ __________________ Unknown 1'26 II. II. I UruulC"t'a Addlflu. -N-
- l'nlner J_:::= 126 Lot 4 Blk 0 __nhnh..u ___ __ 'YAI"S. P A n_ 911
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TBT.. Can furnish fine colonization close in of
U.EB1HU ADDITION CLOUD Lots 7 and 8. Blk U nun.uhn. Thoma""Uer 767Itublssos's a property consisting

40t _____________ Snluolo Land Addllluu
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Blk and would make
I and 4. 520 remarkably cheap terms
M Inv Co, _n 524 Lot a. Hlk 2 __ __ ._ __ ___ ___ Williams, J.-J_ 4 79Lut acres .on a great
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1i. Blk 407 _ __________________ pnknown ---- 2.70 2. Blk 3 nun.uun____ l9abinsun.. HeIll. place for small colony. r i
__-_ __ ____________ "nknown .n. 2'711t _ __ .. _u 9.41 ) ,
. .. Blk 5k! 12 434? __ __u_____________ unknown -u 2'0I Lat 4. Ilik Ii ___ -_._ __ ___ __nn__ _ ( ;rcen. Geo. __ 10.66 -N- s
_.. and 6, .k 4,4-:___n__________ ""tlnw () 268 Lola, I 6; and 7. Blk 6 __ _ u.u. 'V.-r. IIV_ 12011 Write for bargains in line.'
So I. 3. 7, and 8, Blk 466 --- ------- Seminole band C Lots. 1 1.2, 3. Blk 16 __ __ nnn .. (Oauld", Henry 12.110 any
k In" Co. --- 1086.a I. .. Ii 1 111. A ddIU".

JLKVARU LOTS I..t n _ __ ---___ ______- -____ Fleming C W10.56 NELSON REALTY COMPANYOver
_ _ .n __ __ ________ RI..rr.It, 1" 111 __ 4685 Lola 23 .u1d 24 _.nh."nn_ __ Kissimmee
__ __________ IJnk''n __ n 665 Land Co. n_ 1619le 7 7A 7t
47i 4 ___ __ __ ___ __ I'nkno"'n 621 34 hhn.h. __ _hU -__ r-1I-u Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA.
Roger
and 6* _ __ _-_______ Ruvice. II R'.=: 11 9S \ _. 6.09
13 68 __ _______________ ___ Rcnthlole' Land I..ft' 3H _ _ ______ __ __ __ n_ Cull C E n___ 4.79
& Inv Co. 68 .J II Scodsll'. oub-U" of Let WI

4 ,_ __._______________ Unknown :== fIS Lot 16 _nnn.Unn__ Blake. 0"0 __ S 84
Unknown __ __ Grern. Q 41.23
I.ola U. 19. 211 <.o.
n

6 16 _- :::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown Unknown :::: Ui Lots Lots 2K 26 arid and 27 29 _unn.hunnunu__ _ __ ____- nn__ ____ Jackson Lank(, E11za6 M ___ 406 23

!$$8 _ ____ __________________ Unknown ---- 621 Lots :H and 35 nU.n___ French, Rosa__ 406
: Unknown '. ......... \lr. .rd. Q'
= = = =:=:::::::==::::::::::::: Unknown: ::=: :..nu ....t 1111 JULY

40 ____ ____________________ Unknown nU 621 Lots 2ti and 21 nn.n _ \Vlllfame, Sam_ 103
.2 _. ._u_______________----------- Unknown ---- 6.21 l4 bite .It U..rb)alalre'. !IubUh". of Annual Excursion t
.__________._________________ Unknown ---- 6.21 Fart of Lot 66 '
[43 l[46 __ ___________________________ Unknown ____ e.21 Beg\ NE Cor Lot 16 run S H9 tt 'V . i
4t -_ ___._______-______-_------ Unknown ___- e.ll 210 tl N 189 n E 210 ft _:._ _- Tiner S A.____ 2,91J1eg .
[ _....._. _______......_......."-"- Unknown ---- e.ll NW Cor Lot 18 rUn 1- 184'4 tt 'j' '
[147 48 .. ._.. --..-.---.-,<-*,*|.-.""r m Unknown ____ 1.11 S 1116 ftV 131'It N 1(1&( ft _.-___ : .- Sanders 'V J._ 1.91Beg .
__-..- ___ "." "-. *'--.. '1' Unknown ___ e.21 \ NJ Cor lot 86 run B .2 tt W 119 ':::A'' '. TO f ,
i49 ?-_-_- __-_--____"-"----.--;;;---., '".. '.. Unknown ____ 6.21 ft N .a It JiJ 119 It -_____-_________ \ j", .,.9,:- -'";. ,, '.' Or..n. 0 R.-_ '.36 .

1i0 61 -_______-_________-________________ Unknown __ 6.21 Lot 81 nn__:___________________ ( Miles. E E____ 12.<10 .

1(2 Its = == ==::=::::::::::::::::: Unknuwn Unknown =::: 'n Sao maker's Robert.. Sub-1)P.JI.aa Addltlo of 'ilka.n 1..d Savannah Ga. $7.50

____________________ Unkno..n -u 621 1.. ,
164 __ ______________ Unknown nn 621 1..1. 13 ---------------------1' rani.r Doh. 4r6'
166 _ ._ _n._________________ nnlo"wn --- 621 .\11 Hlk G I J. _ __ u u- _ ___ -1Iw.nl.M..II.. S u 660 .,
166 __ ______________ \Jnknown _u 621 "b.pon..k..r' oI"-Uh. .r 111k 11 .. Charleston S G. $9.59
117 168 __ _nn_______hn_ _______ I'nkn..n 621 Lot 4 _ ._ __ _-n IL'Me. Anna h 623 ,
l'nknuwn 621 ..harmnker'e ....h-II" n fIr IIlk II .. ,\
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|69 = = =:=::::::::::=:=:::: :Unknown: = 021 I.H'I I _ .u Pan'' on.\r: _. 218 ROUND TRIP RATE FROM KISSIMMEE :,:1

[totl _______________________ Unl"n -- .r. 21 Lot 2 __ hU_ __ Chlshalm. GIIErtl K>
[ _ \1nkn.." n _-_ 621 1 _ __ 7 97I.Hl V'

its Its ___ _nn------------u_ _______ ___ ___.. Iirrlnuwn, ____ 621 8 __ _ __ uu.__ 1 rlur Mary n 479I' ;p
.n ('nkinIi 21 I ; ',y HII, I 11 I. __ _ _ _ __ __ __ HaM\ Ch"8 _ 7.96 r
164IB -- = = : : ::=::=::::::::::: l'nk nua :: =:=: 621 I :till' '. Hilt( V I. uu.un u_-_. __ I'u.'i'' lII. I. I: & ATLANTIC COAST LINE '

__ ________________ nnlno"n' --- 621 I I. 5 80 I t.<
te ._ __ ______ _______ 1nlnuan. -- 621 .\11 ..l., I.t I.. g ;\;\\ C.r of hill. F 6 runS *
[t7UK ____n______ ____n__ I'nlln."n u 621. .11 ft I I.; In fI N 70. II \\ 199 fl __ n.I"-.II." .1 .J. 1808 -- &--
N'y; 1Ik t. __ . __ n_n__ :61 Kay. UV__ 1778 o Ul
LHYUIA .I.M.. \ 74 Lot. T. 2.:1.: HII i . _ M'18..r.. A .r 1345 l
Im 1 1 : .:=::=:::=:::::::::: II"I!: ., i.7I1i, ': .74 Lot l I.. I I'Ik II uh non_ Iabrenn.. . Ii11z TICKETS ON SALE JULY 2nd, FINAL LIMIT JULY 171,. :f
16 .
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_ ____ \\'Mhl""I"n- bt1h 1664
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I, Hlk 3 "MM''" _ 1"4 Iota 3, 4, r.. 1111 I; Addle1'ilford! 2211 Tickets will be good on regular trains going and returning. 'i1:

___ ______ ___________ 1"'rMon. !If T,4 1I..r.. n"se ......ond. 4..ltlu.. For information ftdlman call '
4. Blk 4 _'_ ._ ___ lllhonlaon: JII I90I' reservations,
___ _____ ______ \\lIla"''. C N .74 Lot I _
1, Blk Blk 6 6 __ _-_ -_ _____-___________ Iht111Men. A1b .. II II 1 ... .. ...rel on nearest Atlantic Coast Line Agent, or .'
I, rte 104 I:, g 11unt, 1:11.1t" ?, I. '0"' 1"t 8. Rlk 10

___._ __ __ _______ RUII."I..r'''. n S_ .74 run S 43 degV, 27 ft N 47 d'-g, V 72 W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent. Kissimmee i..
Blk 7 n I'uvne J ft :'i '43 d.. J2" fI 1-1 47 d,' E 72 fl n..o. Mrs N 2126
T Blk 7 == :::::=:::::=:::: .W'Itlla., ] : } O':4= : : 1..1 6 nlll Lot g 4 1, sM a eri1.." 6 ft 41n J. G. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.! Y. R. Beazley T. P. A.

|3, Blk 7Blk _- ____ ____ __------ "'nrr EII1I11I1 -- .74 ,,1.10. ItIT, \\' Mid--III Ic 211( u __ n r Savag." It D_ 146.13 ,

14. 7 __- _________ _____ __ Hrl.ht, .1 0. .74 Ilesn rll's d..ItI..D r
H, Blk 7 ___________ _ ______ "1.1 Su m-----. .74 Lot. 7 _ _ Fritz I' 11 __ 3341I..1..r. iI i/
t. Blk 8T. _ ____ __ __ _ \.10 'M"". H \\ .74 .. A 11'eni's, 4. .1.1 Ii Ins /
Blk X __ u__ ___ \\ (IIII"'M 1.lz- .\'at lp. IH, II "Id n..roM" E sld. or 'iota -.
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8 Blk SBlk u l'un.ll. Anul. F 6aI
LI. 104 I told 2. Hilt I'' _ __ __
_______ _ __ __ !Fi161 I.. ..I..v .74 Lot '0. 111\( \ ,I' __ __ __ Cohoon. I. 1'2 76 .
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10. 8 ____ _n_ n 1.,1." Stun u .74 l.ot. 0. HII'\ h J'.w.l1. Annie_ .2.76 C. A. CARSON President. N r. BRYAN, SecreUrj. r
Is, Hilt x '
[4 Hlk 8 .u .__ ______ -- Shnnrs. Julia -- .74 I llsthr ss tddlllonN'2 _ .. rring-r. Joe _ 1200.II. I
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. 'Ii"It. I It. slt .74 ; HII, ,I:
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2. nik 11 ___ ____ .. .. ;, ,''al .74 :11"1, N1.; ; 'el, 1.01 2
__ _. .I. "" 1f 'n '; 4 fOr Lot I b'g
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1.I. I Blk Ilk 12 11 _. __n____ _ _- -. N.I Inn ow.nl I Iv .1, II 1"11" .74.74 11111 IqlI: I' 511 Itv toe. fl :\ So-ft .1.7 _ll'O uu ft Jla"RtlI.J\Ir8R C834 The Waters & Carson

. ._. -- .
Hlk 13 .
\10 I "r, Mary .74 \ t. I slrlrk'A 4ddlllosI.
Hlk 13J3 _ _ !'irnlth., .J F i 67
II. .Ilaon.VIatllaw' I.", 1 I. 1:11: H _po' n r.
Hlk 13 _ _- _- : I fl4iI.BWk14H ,1:12 I.t, 2. lllk'I' _ _ _ u ___ l1a1,11I. sirs ,
Uruk 'I. I U I. 1\ . 3 (,,4
- - ==:=. : : = == =: I'Inlon.: : Sarah :t: Lot ::1. 1111 cI . . _ __ . ___ .Smllh. J F _ 911] ] Grocery Company
l'hniOMO'' n. 11. ( '. \1I1I..r' lie .h.D"! of IIlk iiI.ot
ji. nik 14 ____ __ __ - -- "'ru"I, _. I 04 1. u.u___ ____ 51i11r. B C _n I f.1

___ __ \\.hl"I.;1 on.q"M"I. \\ I. lines' tddlllou. .
|3, Blk 14 _ _.__ .. __ 104 I..., I. __ ____ 1 T n k ""w n _ __ 1 M.

___ .ford. (Rosa n .74 I.". 7 _ __ _ _u_____ Unknown uU I !90 Wholesale and
Blk 16 _ ___ ___." n. ___ I'rlncr, RrihnL .74 Lot. _.__ nn Unknown __n 1.," Retail Dealers inGROCFRIES t
., !ilk 16 __ .n----- .Joh" .74 Id.; I.. l.eslef's. A"lI..nJ.
__ ? I. 'nnu
Itlk( IS __ __. __ __ _-_--_ t-.I\\: nrda. .,,to 22 allol 23 ____ __ __ __ ___ __ __ _ \Vnring, n Dn I 911tla '
1. Hlk\ 1 !9 -_ __________ 'harllr. _u 1 fl4 r., :29!. .1101 311 _.__ _- __u _ u_ __. ) lo.mn A E__ 19.4)
..I..h"M". J 1' .14 V t'a: , Sulo-II\'II of :-1";' of BEI. r rooo
I. Hlk 19 ___ ------------ 28 26 II
.u -- \\1 IIIIllIut. Julia .74 (4 of NI'; N\\
Blk 20 ___ __ n_________ __________ HIII".r.. Urn .74 Lot 4, 111k l'I<_ of. __ __' - :: = :: ==:: Yo,,'., MrdfRry 3.34
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Blk 20 _ __ n_ ____________ ___ \lv'rM.; It A___ .74 Iola. r. and 6. nlk I uu _ n ___ _ 'II' 'trgr.'ve, IS 1 !911I.ulM
_
Blk 21 _ __ ________ __ HI' ha"l..on 1 and 2. Blk 4 __ _. ('"dE tV ____ 839 .
__ .Unnnn
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II 23 _ ___________ __ ___ _____ ___ _ ____ __ ____ Pollitan.\_ 261
Blk n Ilom.-r I (14 1..1. 3, 4. 6, Elk. 4. fie + (\ + (\\o\o\o\ \ + . . > . + + < < . . . . . j j0
('in;.Ir. .I' C .74 I'. A. .. .....a Addlllo.I.a .
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|4, Blk 28 _________------.-----_-_ l'orH" S .109.___ .74 11 and 12. Hlk A -- __ _ ._ .___ Si 1'JlI""n.1 \V. 2.iG (\ 0 Ii
1, Blk 24 ___ ____ ___._________ :\1. I."rln, fi11m .74 Klsslrsmee 1I..I..hl. .> WE SELL : O WE BUY: o t'd (
|4, Hlk 24jn ____ ______ \VIl InmM( C C_ .74 .\ I I': louegan'a Huh-I>I\'n of \V'", ofSI 4
__ HAY 0O "
____ __________ .
Hlk 26 Ant hull v. .11111118 .74 I';',4 or 1'1'IInd: H'.,. of SE'> 2. Blk 25 _nn_ _.______ __ _ 1-1"11,1,11", , n"o. .74 I. ...r 1'1.1.; ___ __ _ nnnnn_ 16 26 I' o HIDES, 0 tO
_
13. Hlk 25 __ ______n___________ "'n """n. ]ill, Blk 4 __ _ ______ __ ____n 13..11] T .J.n.n SR GRAIN O 0 0 ':
Hilt see. __n________________ IIoraeV 1.04 .Lot 6. TIk 6 _nnnnnnn____ Do)1. F Mu. .S8tut '
VlulII. J O=: : :.74 M. HIli r. Axfor l..Iohn 88. I 0 e FURS, e .
___ ____________ ---ur----------n. _ _ Cattle FERTILIZERS O "
[ Blk St unu l'oWH. IIRY- 1.111" 2. 4. 6. 6.7, ilk n .n.- tonegall e e .. t
___ _______________ .
IS, Blk 27 n wood __ ___ 104 Co. uuu 8.64 O 0 O WOOL 0O
"'. R Un 1.03 ,
,74 Lol 8.lIlk 1 .rlng.
|3. Elk 27Blk ____ n.un___________ Vnnn'J.aJ. IT___ .74 Lot 3. Hlk( 7 _nun.uhnn___________ __ _... ______ D"n..gan Cattle \ SHINGLES, O O 0 I,,
18 ._______________ ________ Thompson, .. v '. -, ::.6' Co. __nu_ 1.33 O O' 0 0O "
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Blk 28 ______________n__ Charle. _____ 1.0. Lot 3. Blk 8 __uuuuu____ Axrord, John__ 1.03 ORANGE BOXES O e '
Van, R".an .74 1.0184 und 6, Ulk 8 ___ ______.__ ____ J..nklna. F Hu 1.61Lots AND
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ll, Blk 28 ______________________ Oarv Nora ---- .74 '8" and 9,131k 8 ______ ____________ Donegan Cattle <0> <0> .
t. Blk 80 __________________ Russell Fanny .74 : a Co. _. 1.91 0- ORANGE WRAPS O O .
Blk 10 ________________________ Patterson. W M .74 Lot 6. IJlk 10 __:______ _____un____ Axford John__ 1.03 ALL
Blk 31 ______________________ Jones Ernest .74 UNPJ.ATTED LANJs-,. O 0 .
Blk 81 --________________________ Lan. Jan..s J .74 Beg 70 yda N of BE Cor of SW' ot e VEGETJ.BLE CRATES 0 0 COUNTRY 0 ; 3
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Blk SI _____________________ William. J P- .74 SW % run N 70 yds W 70 yd. 8 70 0 e 0 .
Block SI _______.-------------- Se.er, David .- .74 )'dl F 70 yds u___________________ 11 81 26 1 1A..ne. Scipio S.U
I Blk 34 sJ W-- .74 'VI of BW ______ U 81 II 10 Watson A A. 1.61EK CRATE NAILS, e e PRODUCE. .

1., k'\Jlai-:::::::::::::::::::::: Eddfng- tewart.Charles John: :.74.14 Beg of 42U W\Of SrnOf NWYIB E__eorHWVw __ II II 11 I Ram.ey.Mr.JSL 4.06 O o o .. ... ;
0oooooeoooesoeoee oeooeoe.o. . ..
4. Blk 86 _______________------- Bowen Will ,74 of NWK run N 210 rt W'210ft I@@
6'sBlk St ______________________ Mango, Wash-- .74Hlk S-2111 ft E 110 ft .__nn_______ II 81 II 1 Unknown ____ 3.21Beg 0
S7 ._ :::::::: Burkett, Sam:: :.74 SW Cor of SW of NW 1A run 111
L 87 ==::::::::::: TI1I1.. Ella .14 210 ft N 110 ft W ft 8 110 ft____ II II II 1 Mimi, W B..___ I.n h
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[Ink ST ___________________.__-- Forrest AnnIe-- WEST KJSRIMMEE- We sell field and garden *e d> of all kind .

j). Blk ST _____________________ May ; 1.04 Lots Ii and e, Elk 1 nnn____________ 7 Addl. W __n_ I.U We give special attention to fitting- oat hunting and campla psrtI.v,

__________ Mltchell.Burrlll .74 I.t 6. Rlk 15 _. __ _.... __ __n__ ______ Sutton loin EO .88 Free delivery in city limit Phone No. 12. I
Blk _
SS .14 l'INEl4ALE-
.r---- Clair P C (
Blk S 1 ,___-- ------- W.yman.Donle .74 Lot 6 __________ _____________________ Donald.on I B 1.0 We are comity agent for food fertilizer.. Aak as fu circular aaa '
31k 40 ,---------- ----_ PI..r.on. Jacob ..74v Lot 8 ___________-_____________._____ Nobles. P C___ 1.0 price on fertilisers.
Blk 40 _:-_____________

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PAGE 12. ,. THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE i 1913.

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,"- .... LANtASTfR--- I LER t DEPARTMENT-OF EDUCATION I 11.1 I II I I I I I 1'1111 III 1 1 II 1 1 1 'I .111 1 1 1 1 1.1 J III. 1 1 1 111111':1:

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\ W. N. Sheat*, Superintendent of Public Classified I Advertisements

t h At the Methodist'' parsonage Satur- Instruction. ,, I
LWe boom our business 'I
ii day'evening, June.}., at eight o'clock, "'
.
"fhe T AdrertUeMeBtii are iBMrtcd ...*. ..a. head at the ate .i'8'tte t ;
fol-
.; Miss Lena Lancaster, daughter of Mr. Tallahassee, Flay June 20.-; ,
Imuertltm.
Per F. Rach ;..
c.c.:?
s and Mrs. J, A. Lancaster, was.unitedin I lowing t.extsoilt be ,used as a ,basis LLB . . . . . . . 1 '1."
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'ill ll byaivangourcustoiners marriage to'Mr.. Niles B. Miller, of .for the questions in the Florida Uniform II111IIIII1111111111111111FOR . .. 1 I I I I I I I ,I I 1111111141FOR {

_L Louisville, Ohio. Rev. J, I). Sibert, Examination for County Certifl- SALE. RENT. :.,

: ;- E 1or-the pastor..9.tJltcL Methodist, church performed !:- cats on September 2nd, 1913,and may
) goo s r mooey the ceremony in the piehenciTJof 1 1>obtairred from -dcalors-in-tho-stat-,, FOR.,SALE-At A bargain,..motor 1.FOK RENT OR.SALETwaetory""

a few select friends of the family. or from the publishers ut price boat "Gadfly" 30x8%; 15 in. draft; store Brack"St. NortA'

After the ceremony the party adjourned 'I stated: 12 h. p. 4 cycle 3 yl.? engine; full Kissimmee. li. C.. StanfordDWELLINGS ,2y- ;t

to the home of.the bride's patents, I Algebra-:Milne's: High School, A, equipment; everything new. Terms I for rent, opply tA. J

-1 -- corner Main and Broadway, where delightful $1 ; Theory and Practice-White's on part if desired. See Saunders Tiller. 'r'lo.' ,' ''i

refreshments were served! I! Elements of Pedagogy, A., $1; Ar-, at Gazette office. tf
FOR RENT-Six-room :
concrete bW;:
Uthmetir Book
The bride was beautiful in an attractive Milne's Progressive, -
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1" gown of white satin mimed ,111, A? ale; Grammar, Hyde's Two I FOR SALE-Bay saddle horse. Apply galow. Summer rate, G. L, Saw- .''

in lace, and carded a bunch of white I Hook ('ow'.e in English Hook II, SS, to E. G. Vans Agnew. 22tf .yer, No. 4 Broadway. 21-tf,

( rOHeH. !''HI), 4Gc: Ihstoiy:-Our Republic, S i I FOR RENT-3-room cottage in
,
A number of the immediate neighbors *1SIlU! J. e; Florida History-Bennett.1 CITY LOTS for sale. Cash or terms. I pect Addition, six dollars per Pro
I month.
G. F.
", \ and] relatives having assembled & Bic\aid's, A, 54c; Civil Government I Also bearing orange grove. Nelson Roalty Co. 21-ttt'I'*

*_ Vv -I the ,,evening was pleasantly whiled -James & Sanford's Our Government Parker. 23tf I r, ,
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__ I away pending the arrival of the midnight SSBI, 50c; Geography i FOR RENT-A five room cottage with'bath
train j e's G 8BcAgricultureluggar's FOR SALE-Fiv acres good land in !, at reasonable rates.
going north, which was to t Fr> Higher Geography, ; C. 'H.
bear the young couple from us for a Agriculturefoi Pinedale, cleared and plowed; 4- I Estey, 106 Central l Ave{ 27-tf

short trip in northern cities. They Southern Schools, SSBD, fiOc; room house; fence, etc. Sell out- I -, -===="
a:=-. i right or trade for city property. A i 'MISCELLANEOUS.
were accompanied to the train by the I Phr siology-Ritchie's Human Physiology '
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.- -. entire company of friends. SSB)), 60c; Composition-Hunt- bargain Bpx 172, Kissimmee. .
':'"- Miss Lena Lancaster was one of j ington's Elements of Composition, SS 22 pd4 J LOST-Wide gold bracelet with '
I I Greek letters ZTA
our loveliest and most deserving young j ED Me() ; Reading-Any text; Physical .engraved oaf,
thrivIng ladies and had a host of friends I Geography-Maury-Simond's, A, FOR SALE-Good-fresh Georgia farm I either side. If found return '

Whenever you see people doing a throughout the city. Mr. Miller is a $1.20; Orthography-Aswell's New of 120 acres for $1400, or will take Vivian Lee. 24-tft+

Business you may know there Is a prosperous young business man of Century Speller, SSBD, 18c; Yo- residence in Kissimmee valued !at I FOUND-A lady's neck scarf with
For particulars
Louisville, and a gentleman of intelli4jcnt cum's Civil Government of Florida, $800 as part payment. I'
gold attached. Owner hay.I
good reason for It. You may be fooled I and description of farm and pin can
and refined bearing. He cameto E. O. Painter & Co., 80c. same by calling at this office ,' '
Walter preying
: when you try your goods "on but Kissimmee with his parents a year Books marked "A" may be' gottenfrom rare opportunity, write property and
.
you Head, Lumpkin, Ga., R F )D 4, paying for this
ago, and they have occupied the DonV- the American Book Co., Atlanta notice.
can't be fooled after Uti,
long
.I you y.ou try gan residence on Broadway, oppositethe Ga.; "SSBD") from the Southern 25-4t p

them "out." Lancaster home. It was then that School Book Depository, Atlanta, Ga.; FOR SALE in Orlando-Bungalow I WADE, the toner. Owim+sn.I "

the acquaintance of the young couple "G" from Ginn &. Co., Atlanta, Ga. ., bath and pantry, all
j seven room. i MEET me at Kissimmee .
i We are In business to stay' In business.We began with the results above stated. When thought advisable, books have conveniences; practically new andy j, and we will get a drink of Drug the best Co-t tI '

would rather make a little profit and be The couple will go to the groom's been chosen from the list adopted by first-class condition; good location i soda water made. Iltf

former home in Louisville, Ohio, after l; the State Uniform Text Book Com- and gilt-edge investment; will I .. '.
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sure of\a big business, than to make a big visiUi1 irrPhiladelphia, New York and I mission. bear investigation. Price and > 4004-0'+P-0d'090 --- --,

Washington, arriving at the Ohio city I W N, SHEATS,
profit and take chances of having to quit. about the 30th. State Supt. Public Instruction. terms right if sold of at once Address; owner I !
going to move out city. AMATEURFARMER
We give our customers good stuff for I Dr. Thos. Bennett Box il2.. ;2G-2tp

their money, but we don't stuff prices. I :
FOR SALE -At reasonable pric'c, one
I F Mealy Bug ;iy J. R WATSON I five-passengei Overland cur fully .
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} Do 10
: equipped, excellent condition, 1911':! you want acres of general -
H. C. STAKFORD
8c CO. I model FIIH'W tires Mart be =:: purpose land cheap? 10

L- ''I During the past few weeks citrus larvae of sjiphu flies The adult seen to l be appreciated. For further :'Yt acres, 4 cleared and fenced,
syr-
small\ house, well
some small
growers in many parts of the State phu Hu>s are grayish or brownish information apply S. 11. LeyseV, ::

:1 have been troubled with mealy bugs usually larger than the common housefly 1014 West Hay: street, Jui''KM>IU ille, :t.:f: fruit l 10 trees
acre sunimproved
but smaller than the blue-bottl I' a. 27-Ip orange
This perhaps is largely due to dry f lurid at $20 per acre.
j fly which they resemble in general =:
weather It is a matter of common FOR SALE-Household goods) at pri- -i; 40 acres on which is 12 acres
shape. The larvae
: which eat mealybugs
observation that the insects become vato sale. Call between 4 and H:30:: :x: nne old grove.
aphids and rust mites, are soft-
}
Paint Per Gal. more abundant during dry,seasons. bodied, legless grubs, and can occa p. m. Mrs. Kulp 221 Church. 27-1 I. 40 al'rcoon which w
$1 5 acres cleared and fenced
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Spraying:\ the best method to reduce sionally be seen making their way '
their numbers. It is importantto over the orange leaves. WANTED-Horse for its keep for ,I' new: 8-room house, a decided bar-

have few weeks. Fine pasture, plenty gain.
good pressure to force the I
liquid into corners and crevices, and STATE CERTIFICATES feed, good shade. Only want to ''A.k

to wash many of the insects from drive to town (four miIesT) once or .

t, their support. Washing them off the Tallahassee, Fla., June 20, 1913. twice per week. See Nelson Realty Mrs. Summert

trees is so effective that spraying with The questions in the examinationsthis Co. AI Ballmger. 27-lt .0. ."'. /A...

To close out. we offer whileit clear water is often sufficient to con- year for Stite< Certificates will be I WANTED-One or two good horses Near Clyde; Clyde 2nd Ave. W.
trol them. However, it is better to based upon the following texts, which '
200 of about 1200 Ibs. Write of court house leading south.
lasts gallons of be had of to John
ready the
\ use an insecticide. One may take one may publishers by mallat I
A. Schreifels, Richmond, Minn. 27-3
; of the miscible oils'which are used for the prices given. The examinations 00000900000000000000.0...

mixed paints, IN COLORS, at whitefly, or whale-oil soap in the pro- for Special Certificates on thesesubjects I __ -, . ----- --

portion of one pound to from four to will be based upon the same
the very low price of $1.QO six gallons of water (according to books: I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I M I I I I M I I I I I I I 11 I I I I IM'

.. whether the water is soft or hard). Geometry, Milne's, American Book C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. 8. L. LUPFER.
per gallon. No white paint in Kerosene emulsion is fairly effective.To Co., Atlanta, Ga., $1.25.. President. Vlec-Pmtdent. R.entat!

r :1 this lot. Here is chance make this dissolve one and a half Trigonometry, Wentworth's Plane,

your pounds_of soap in three gallons-of Ginn & Co., Atlanta, Ga., 90c.
to hot water, add three gallons of kerosene KISSIMMEE. LUMBER CO.
secure a high grade, satis- and mix by means of a pump, Physics; Carhart & Chute's, The .
First Principles of,
Allyn & Bacon,
factory paint below first cost.i then dilute to fifty gallons. If one I, New York, $1.I.1 {
has
a power spray outfit with a good i I
water agitator he may use a simple Botany, Bergen's Elements of, a Rough and Dressed e.
i mixture of oil and water taking five (Southern States edition) Ginn & Co.,
$1.:10.:i()
,. gallons of kerosene to fifty gallons of
water and mixing thoroughly. However Zoology Colton's Descriptive and PINE LUMBER

unless one has a good agitatorhe Practical D C Heath & Company,

f i had better not try this, as burn- New York, $1.35. ,

fi ing maj result unless the mixing is Latin, Allen & (jreenou h's :New I

thoiough) A pray that is recommended Grammar Ginn; & Company, $1.20.
HOUSE
II BILLS A SPECIALTY
a in California j is made by dissolving Caesar ((3(I) books) any text will
; W. MAKINSON; CO. two and a third pints of crude answer.
carbolic acid
and two and third
a Virgil, ((3:) hooks) any 'text will j '
pounds of whale-oil !soap in hot water, ,
answer ,
Kissimmee FloridaAdvertising and diluting to make
fifty gallons of Rhetoric, Brooks' English Composition -

spray. If the first spraying docs not book two, Am, Book Co.. 100. 4li i i }

result in satisfactory control it maybe English Literature, Longs, Ginn &
repeated after three or four weeks .
Company, $1.35.Psychology
Efficient Service
--..- .. -- ____ _n._ .. ., .. .. ( These measures should also go fartowa'l' Fhorndyke's Elementsof ; Absolute Protection

scale which is getting to be quite sterdam .
Ave., .$1 25.

i Long Phone Distance 296 las noticeable, Hillsboro in, many Polk', :Manatee groves in and Pmel-Cit- Edition(General Ginn History& Company, Myers, $1.50.Revised : Citizens Bank of KissimmeeOffers

counties.
rus ( The weather conditions
The first
examination for State,
that favor the increase
in the numbersof Special, and Primary Certificates will
t is saying the right thing mealy bugs seem to he likewise be held at Tallahassee and Gainesville -
favorable to the increase of this pest.) every facility for conducting financial
the beginning on Monday
at right time The female August
lays from 350 to to 400 11th
I 1913! The second
eggs in the cottony mass which she examination matters in connection with the transaction of '
in the right will he held in the second week of
way secretes The eggs hatch in eight to
Christmas
holidays at a place or I C '
ten days in summer. The insects general Banking business.
We places to be
I make a soecialty of planning preparing hereafter named.
move about more or less, but seldom
j literature and
The
conducting campaigns for I books on which the
:. t' Land Companies, Hoards of Trade, Municipalities migrate far. They congregate in hid- examinations county
. I and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN den places, such as the bases of leafstalks in September will be Travelers Cheques, (payable anywhere)
based
are the same as they were for .
or the stems of
fruit
or at the
f : forks of branches A favorite placeis the June examination.W. Foreign Drafts ( direct reading)
N. SHEATS,
ADVERTISERS between two oranges or grapefruits
State Supt. Public Instruction.. Saving
Department
that are' in contact. These bugs re- ( paying 4 per cent. com-
t' 1 quye about six weeks to grow to full r pounded
TAMPA
quarterly)
FLORIDA
'j .1
.
size. r
;., H -.l
.
P., ,. Mealy bugs have many enemies Personal Attention
j -- -- I have
- -- which
often
effectively control them.
,I; What Do You Think the Porter Did? puzzled between two fires. Among these
the
are lady beetles. Electric
,, A lady in the center seat of the "Say, boss," he finally said to a The larvae of the lace-winged flies FOR RENTNicely Burgler Alarm

,,; .". .parlor car heard the request! of a fel- commercial traveler seated near by, also eat numbers of them. These larvae

low passenger directly opposite ask- "what would you do?" are flattish, soft-bodied insects furnished Rooms ,

"' .. ing: the porter to open the window, "Do?" echoed the traveler. "Why, quarter of an inch long or so, with a in In Selecting Your Bankers

'Y and, scenting a draft, she immediately man, that is a very simple matter; sharp projecting jaws on which a a ,

<( -drew her cloak about her. open the window and freeze one lady. mealy bug or aphid is frequently seen Modern Equipped House
Choose
.. "Porter, if that window is opened," Then close it and suffocate the other." impaled. The lace-wing lays her I This Bank ;,

1 she snapped testily, "I ehajl, freeze to on the under side of the leaves, eggs each from $1.50 a week up. I rII
--- -- = ----- ..
. death." Keeping down the weeds wil l -- .
>.:. I greatly egg being provided with a slender
; "And if the window is kept closed,"' assist in the extermination of the stalk an inch or & long. These stalk- Mr. E. E. Wells '

r f returned the other passenger, "I shallsurely pesky flies. ed eggs are laid in bunches and are a Real Estate and Insurance ARTHUR E. DONEGAN p. K. WEAVER, "

, ,, auffocate.T5 .'/ It pays to advertise-try a "wantad" familiar sight in orange groves. An- 203 Broadway Phone 272r President Cashier

, "" .. S The poor' porter stood absolutely in,this paper. other enemy of the mealy bug is the --


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