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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: July 4, 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
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:. CITY OFPROG'RE' den,..products.,are.-equally ,at home. Chin and! death-dealing. heat.m..Au 1
S here nAfter PROGRAMU'i ralia. I wish to buy and remain for "IF YOUR, ,STORIES '

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all, though:, the matter .of i the balance of my time in this land '

PEACE PLENTY selecting a home for a'.life time finally )- of enchantment!" And Mr..,,Jenkin. ARE HALF' TRUE

; .. ': narrows' down: to the.human prob- I led him to Narcoossee (Little Blackiearand ,

lem., ,The aoil be ever so fertile, .. to the home and, of
: may I grove
-:PROSPERITY ... of the. '-,
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thrclimate-evet-so-miJd and equable, ,,-T Fr cI'-Wo: dham. The home pleased '
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and \the deciding question' will still < him, the' grove overwhelmed him,the 'WE WILL'GU KISSIMMEE" rj

be, what of the people? Are they ofa price suited him, and today: Desmond .....
TEATS KIS IMMBE. WHAT MORE class that it will be pleasant to live GRAND Little, the affable, courteous Brlttain, ,..-' ,f..

t COULD BE ASKED FORT among? Do they support schools and who has slept under the moons of "PURCHASE HOMES AND TRANS.

::1\\ .. WHAT MORE COULD THE churches? Are they orderly and .. many'climes and drank of the water PER ALL OUR,I HOLDINGS ?

",; \\ri lawabldin.r'Kissimmee. / can answer of the Nile, the Amazon and the 'TO. '
SOUL op, MAN- RE- FROM CANADA 't\,
these questions, and answer them Yangste Is one of us, and we are all '
"; t. .QUIRE DO YOU : truthfully In the affirmative. No CELEB R A T1ONJULY .glad of, it.CHICKENS. YOUR, LAND OF '

, :' ASK FOR TIlE PROMISE.,
I better people exist than can be met ',. ,

\ PROOF1" here in Kissimmee. They are cosmo- Will. -.
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politan, to a degree, No matter where The above were the parting words" f

the newcomer hails from, he will find) FOLLOW COWS of hundreds of people to.D. G. McKay

Progress. You see the evidence that somebody from his native state, .4 when he boarded the train at Toronto,

''I on every aide; in her miles of paved and possibly from his native town has Canada, ten days ago to come to hi*'

r 4 streets, in her cement walks, her telephones preceded him. He will find, too, a MOTHER liEN AND HER BIDDIES home here. t
'I and electric lights, her waterworks friendliness and cordiality in his wel- Mr. McKay: left Kisslmmee'some
WILL NO LONGER HUNT
;,, and ice plant and all the countless come that may surprise, but will cer- THE OPEN. two months ago' for a tour among the

I 'I improvements that combine to tainly please him. -He will find it BUGS IN northwestern states and Canada,' but ;

. ,q make up the sum of' modern dvilizai hard to realize that he Is a stranger 9:00 to 9:30 A. M.-Trains win arrive from Tampa, Sanford, St.dond spent the'most of his time at Toron ,

tlon.f' IK a strange Jand.a--homeiike Is his and Apopka.:.Band arriving en Tamps train will reader music at the station. The biggest asset of our people is to. He lays that the people of that I
Prosperity? View her numerous greeting. ,It is a combination of the
magnificent city are Just about as near
r civic pride, and when anything
;?, well filled stores, crammed from :I famous hospitality of the old- South, 9:30--Address of Welcome, at railroad station, by Mayor James W. anybody attempts to place barrier or the top of the hospitality ladder as'

. ground floor.to roof with articles for with the joy of. the pioneer at gettinga Lilly. in their way of making a beautiful it Is possible to go, and that the country -: }e
human use and adornment, not necessities new neighbor. Such people are good .
lawns and flower beds holler thereabout is in a most prosperous -,.
t' alone, but luxuries) aa well. to,meet, and they are good to tie to. I Members of the Masonic order will leave their meeting place at Fraternity up that can be heard away, a down Bassenger goes- condition, but still the call of ;

r No unprosperous: people buy such They believe in, and 'support liberally Hall at 9:30 and march in a body up Broadway to Dakin Ave.,.where way. And that holler went Florida was so,great that he longed

_', goods. Dodge her automobiles, if you schools and churches. Every leading'. they will be joined by the hosts of visitors who will be lined up under direction up at the meeting of the council Tues to return here, even though the many'
can, as they spin down, Broadway, denomination is represented. No city he at the hand 'of h
)t.4 pleasures enjoyed .
of Grand Marshal G. F. Parker, headed by the Lakeland band. Marching day night in the shape of a petition
aometimes, it must be confessed with of its size has a better school building. the Canadians will remain with him, '
signed by half hundred citizens ask
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a reckless disregard for: the speed and in' no city is the attendance of Masons under supervision of D. R., Blenii. marshal. ing that an ordinance be passed as' foremost of all his joy daring.: w

,limit. Count them as they flash "by, larger in proportion to the populationof 9:40-Visitors will fall in line headed by the band, aid march west oaDakin the running. at large'of chickens prohibiting Us short though somewhat roving. and
and remember that such things are school age than in Kissimmee. The checkered <
arcane to Broadway where they will join the procession of Masons, or any other kind of fowL career.
not for the city its water and '
poor owns own lighting. In, speaking of his trip to a representative J
plants. The water from who have arrived from ,their ball The entire procession will continue weston There is no doubt but what the '
Peace? Nowhere on earth will you comes an artesian same objection to this ordinance will of the Valley Gazette,, Mr.
find a more peace-loving community.The well of great depth and is pure Dakin avenue to the new Methodist, church building at the corner of be made that was made when the caws McKay said:, ' '

sheriff's officers almost! a sine- and wholesome. We have spoken of Church street and Dakin avenue. were forced to be kept enclosed, but "During my. stay In Toronto I met
cure. Crimes against person or property its paved streets and walks. No city t" Hundreds of people, every one of whoa
there is little doubt ef Its
Members of the St. Cloud Drum will fall in line behind the passing, as
are as scarce as hen's teeth. of its size in the state can compare Corps just the was seeking information about FlorJIda l
petition was signed of
by
Plenty Go dine with any of our with it in this respect. It has a Civic Lakeland Band on leaving the station. our most prominent people and some is, and especially this ''section., ,To, }
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will find League and a Board of Trade, both the'best of theconditions '
citizens and tables explained
my ability ,
you groaning
9:45-Coraerstoae .laying ceremonies at the new church Dakin avenue move along the progressive line Kis '
beneath their load of substantial active and energetic factors in the prevailing here, not;overdrawing -' ,
simmee has
edibles. What are here the common growth and up-building of the town. and Church street, under the auspices of Qrange Blossom Lodge, No. 20, F. adopted. a thing. but I must confess

'things. of life are costly luxuries to Perhaps' we cannot do better than & A. I there were few who did not believe I' !
climes. close 'this article with a quotationfrom M.The LOCAL DENTIST the truth careless' r
the denizens of more Northern was handling very
Most Worshipful Master of Orange Blossom Lodge No. 20. Roma
We do not appreciate them as we a pamphlet recently issued by the ly. When I told them that"we pick.'
should, simply because they are so Board of Trade which accurately and Thomas, has delegated to Dr. A. J. Holt who is a past master of the Masonic HIGHLY HONORED ed" roses on' New' Year's Day., that tomatoes r

plentiful and so cheap. concisely' describes conditions here: order the duties of conducting: ceremonies at the church. ---- .grew'in the garden every day'' ,

Have we proved our case? Aye, "Kissimmee is a moral town. Thereare At the conclusion of these exercises,' at the church the band will head DR. J. W .SIMPSON ELECTED TO in the year, that often aI/many,a*
JJ and do ? Then bear in no saloons here, and there is no three and sometime four crops were,
more you say the procession to the court house, marching down Dakin avenue to Broadway.
'., mind that the half is not yet told, illicit sale of liquors. It is a church thence south on Broadway to EmmetUltreet' and west on Emmett street to REPRESENT FLORIDA AT produced J 'inl i-same ground\"every.

and cannot' be, within the limits of going community; the houses of wor- NATIONAL DENTAL.' y,,,*, and that the death rate annually '
ship are crowded at every service. It the court house. J1 Kis'simmee than "
an ordinary newspaper article. ASSOCIATION.. was lower at any'
Kissimmee, favorite camping ground is a hospitable town; the stranger is 10:30-Oration on the Holiday-rte, 1 by: Herbert 4 'S." Phillips, of 'r mpa. .-, ..., ,.' wh+,ra'>else W'earth,.they naturally"

of the, red man in the ages long since given" a courteous and hearty greet- This speech will, be delivered at the court house. thought I was stretching: the story' a,
4 gone by; now favored by his white ing. Our fellow townsman Dr. J W: might too long, but I can't blame them},
Such is Kissimmee.COUNCIL 11:30 Music the Lakelad Band. Simpson, was the recipient last weekat ,
rendered for known
successor, who sees in it a myriad op- by they have never anything.
portunities of/which the Indian never the hands of the State Dental Association but exceedingly cold-.winter: and summers i
12:00 noon-Bean feast will be served on court house grounds. which
met at Atlantic Beach,
knew, and for which he never cared. AT TAFT that were too hot for'a man to '
fie I loved the land for the abundanceof Everyone welcome to eat to their heart's content The committee in of the distinguished. honor of being venture out'of doors in safety,;'

game in its forests,, and for itswaters TALKS DRAINAGE charge of this part of the entertainment have made' ample provisionfor. : alt selected- to represent Florida- at the ', "How do we expect a man to beHave .
\ convertiion' "
teeming with fish, and for its that may come to partake. of E the feast. annual of the National that we raise three and sometimes
climate which made life Dental Association, which meet at four "
.genial one crops year from the,same .
continual ,joy. Little wonder: (that.. APPOINTS 1:15-Tub' races, swimming.races, etc, at city.'Block'on Lake Tohopekalifa .. Kansas City on July: 8.12t, for which ground when he..has been, used !Ito t
,,COMMITTEE TO ASCERTAIN
when he saw it slipping away from. foot of Ruby "avenue. I Swimming: race'lor;; boys under fourteen place he' leaves this afternoon.. ', cracking frost in May: and harvesting.: )

him into the hands of the hated paleface COST OF DIGGING years of age, fifty yards, cash prize $1 ; 2-Swimming race for boys over No more capable gentleman could one crop before October 15? How wr
he fought for it with all the des- TWENTY MILE DITCH. have been selected for this important can we expect a man to believe there
fifteen of fifty yards cash $2. Tub
prize to
years age. races open everyone mission for
aside from
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peration of despair. The contest was possessing a is such a country on earth where.
\ prizes announced at. the. dock on day of race. most pleasing personality, Dr. Simpson -'
an unequal one; the inferior race gave roses bloom every day in the year and i
it has done to the superior Our little neighbor city on the stands at the head of his profession ,
always
way, an 1:45-Motor Boat races, handicap, cash prize $5. overcoats are almost unknown who
north Taft has shied its and is regarded as one of the
and only their names are left progressive has been accustomed to battening
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the bar All persons entering in these contests should report to Mr. R. W. Meikle- most thorough students of
to perpetuate their memories. Osce- : caster into ring, And de- dentistryin down the windows' and plugging{ .: the1 '

ola, Kissimmee, Tohopekahga, each' clared that no place shall lead it in fie jon chairman of the sports committee.. the South.Kissimmee. key holes every November and hover. !: + .

had its significance, but even that is way of Improvements. is honored by this action ing a base burner until May.>! r '
2:30 Steamboat excursion Lake Steamer Lillie and
of the
Tahopekaliga State
on Dental Association.
in the triad rush of The council that met Tuesday '
being forgotten in city "But they. are as good people ,a*
progress of the conquering race. and went exhaustively into, the barges. Free to everyone. Boats will leave city dock at foot of Ruby avenue. inhabit this old earth, and when; they "

Kissimmee is the capital of Osceola matter of digging a ditch to drain all 4:00-Steamer Lillie will make second trip out on lake. PLAN TO DRAIN come here and learn the truthfulness

4 county; it is also the capital of the the lands in that section, and app int- I of what I told them, you can rest assured
Barrels of ice water will be provided at convenient places along Broad- ae
CYPRESS SWAMP
_ _cattle country a vast extent of grazing ed a committee to ascertain the cost they will remain and become,,. .i
- land stretching away to the south, and mak' the proper survey. way and at the court house grounds. !useful citizens and a credit to. our

beyond all county lines, where thousands The ditch proposed to be dug will _. community +

of cattle graze the year round, be twenty miles long, with two sys- KNIGHTS Of PY1HIASINSTALL [ I v. C.; J. M. Gardner, Prelate; Joe Jef- IN NORTH SECTION OF CITY "And the best way to induce them

growing and fattening until they the tems, one emptying into Doggy creek 'fords!, M. of W.; C. L. Bandy, M. ofF DISCUSSED BY THE CUT I to come here Is to send them the Valley ;

ready for the shames and the use I and the other into'Shingle creek, with ; OFFICERS .; F. C. Bryan, K. of R. S; Dozier COUNCIL.One I Gazette for a few months. When '

of man; it is also the nutuial supply Las i I many laterals as are necessary to 'j I Leitner, M. of E.; Walter Lorenz, M. the county commissioners discontinued ;

point for all that great extent of i thoroughly drain all the lands. I'I'i I of A.; C. J. Clayton, I. G.; G. F. Gardner their subscription to your paPer I did A

country reached by boat through the : The council of that most progresI AND HOLD BANQUET AT GEORGE O. G. of the principal topics discussed not give the matter much, thought,

chain of lakes and rivers connecting ,I i and prosperous place intend in- ( W. J. Sears, Grand Chancellor, actedas by the councilmen at their meeting but since going to Canada and seeing :'#' 4

Tohopekaliga and Okeechobee, a I aij/ uiuting many up-to-date improvements IN MOST PROSPEROUS installing officer.GENTLEMAN Monday night was the draining 'of the immense amount of good the few t

country as yet undeveloped but 1I0s-1 I in the near future, as Taft has CONDITION. I the cypress! swamp in the northern copies you send there are doing for 1'

? nessing vast possibilities, and rapidly I passed the experimental( stage, and OFFXTLNSIVE I part of the city, and the matter was this city and county would be willing. ,)

coming into notice These advantages i}I I bids fair to become one of the principal referred to the street committee with to go any length to get the commissioners '

of location mean growt hfor Kismm- points of business and residence All work and no play was what made TRAVELLOCATES :instructions to ascertain the prob- to return: to the old way 'of .t ,,
time rolls around. I able cost and the amount of territorysuch circulating the Valley, Gazette. Why '
certainly '
mee as as in (intral Florida.fiREMEN Jack a dull boy, and the Knights of y
It cannot be checked; nor seriously re-i Pythias of Kissimmee do not intendto I drainage ditch. would affect.It I saw men there walk blocks to get a

tarded. It is inevitable. I WILL DANCE have such a charge laid against 'PERMANENTLY AT was thought that the $13,8751 copy of"the paper,, that they might a
'' NARCOOSSEE AND (drainage ditch that circles the city on I learn something of this city from first
PUR-
Some other elements of growth them, although the local lodge is
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I the west and south, would meet all requirements '' hands. The Gazette is :r
a credit -to '
such as a fertile soil and a glorious JULY FOURTH known as one of the hardest working CHASES WOODHAM OR- I
as regards this even such .I' ';
cypress a growing city as Ki sim-
climate Kissimmee may be said tn' and most prosperous in the state.
ANGE '
sister GROVE. 'swamp and prevent the lands in that mee, and if the commissioners will :?
possess common with hen the occasionfor I'
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Wednesday night was S '
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I vicinity from overflow in case of continued send a hundred copies weekly to Canada + -s
cities of the state, but there are residents -
installation officers
BEST OK MUSIC FURNISHED ANI the annual of Some two weeks ago Desmond Little t heavy rains, but such does riot for three months I believe five ear

here who have traveled over in I fELlCIOUH REFRESHMENTS which occasion is. always celebratedwith whose native heath is old England, tl seem to be tho case, and it now becomes hundred people would come here this ";
\ "j" ,the entire state, and finally located a grand after-lodge supper. This but who has resided in Burma China winter J
to who
'' SERVED ( necessary expend several are now making arrangements =
: soil is *
Kissimmee averring that the S *
timf- the big feast was served by Australia( and a few other nearby thousand dollars before it will be safe to go to other parts. Anything. h

more fertile and the climate more --- .. I George and Guy at their up-to-now places; arrived in Kissimmee, and after to engage in trucking in that neigh- on earth I can do to get that subscription i i
genial here than in any other region cafe on Broadway. The was .r
The boys who protect our property, supper looking around a few days, drink- borhood. Everyone recognizes the ne- renewed by our commissioners, '
that it ,
they have found. Be as may wishan
character that made
of that
; be found better Known as firemen will give a you ing a few drinks of our pure and cessity of this contemplated ditch, in you have only to whistle and I'll comea
we know that fault can
no installation held for
Other dante at their hall on the Fourth. The was weekly, youth-restoring artseian water, scent- fact it was .generally understood i that running'and go to it." ," '
with either soil or climate. dance will begin at 4 in the afternoon, there was chicken fried, chicken frica- a few ecente.of.the millions of sweet the big ditch that was recently completed ear
, sections boast of their adaptability to seed chicken broiled and chicken f -
,. smelling flowers that hereon would through this COUNTY COURT JURORS -
and at 8 in the evening,the first are seen go swamp
of Its celery again '
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certain products, Sanford being for the benefit of baked, with Ada lined too numerousto every hand, and becoming acquainted and connect with the old ditch somewhere The following; have been summoned t'lk
performance
and lettuce, Hastings of its Irish potatoes those who will be forced to leave on find room i irvthe average paper. In with a few hundred of our hospita.. near the Main street bridge. to serve a* Jurors at the term of the. r
;,'Lakeland of its strawberries! all it was a most happy event, and the '
ble and citizens decided the matter the
night trains. prosperous Anyhow, can safely be county court that-will convene on t
,, and so, on. 'Kjssimmee is not a one- the early from the dances give twenty-eight who partook of'the feast to become one of us, and turning. to trusted in the hand of the 'present second Monday of this month N

k' product region, It.,.has been repeatedly by The the proceeds firemen are used to -' equip"their declare I ij( the greatest success from his friend and fellow countryman, 1"". councilmen, for where'they let a contract G.,M,, Gardner, C. K. Warden, J.'T. !

H.. demonstrated that we can grow hall and pay the individual'expenses every viewpoint.The II. Jenkins, exclaimed: "Here cast to dig a drainage 'ditch, we*can O'Berry, E. R. Baas, "W." W.' Clark,', s !

tv; 'as flne'celery and lettuce aa Sanford, of the company and it is hoped following! were the officers installed my mud .hook; lead me to a place all rest assured the Job will rbe ,;welt Louis Johnson Ed. Harrell, R.. W.
\ M good l Irish potatoes as Hastings, : where I down to and done and it will'drain the land' ,i T.,Bass J. J.WoodaU,C.r, ?
"l ? they will receive the most liberal patronage can lay me rest : it .* Ivey,:Henry SDK
'fri ,'taection.on'eaith.All and as delicious strawberries and as any from our people. T.-/;Woodall C. C.( W. L. Pau4k, dream 'of' tents In, India* rain* in Intended to drain 1 1 j J. Clayton, S.,W. Rymea.. Y.- i.; ( ,v t Vj
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KISSIMMEE .
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; Death andjProstration ,; '. i .street was:At 95 Grand level, put registered the Rapids thermometer'. thirteen. 103. deaths' the;;I.STABLE: CELERY, i iCONTAINS' ; DOZIER! LHT$.EB'S .I IPRI1NCE$ K flGENCY :- 4,


and nearly fifty prostrations have.oc- i 'COPPER '
'Throughout the West I !| 'Th;.Oldest and LanrMt I..rao."p In OsMola County
i curred since Sunday morning. I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

/ i Intense heat prevailed all over low. 1 ----, "'C NII: ... -, -
f ef Michigan today, deaths and pros'tratlons DEPARTMENTOrlGRICULTUREISSUES - --

I being reported from several l ..
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AS A RESULT OF THE INTENSE HEAT other points. that a person would*have'to eat from I electric.?battery,-which can btt, adjusted
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I" !,.I...-.------------.-- ---- -.. . .- -- .-, .......' .- ---... -- ---+even-Die-at-Grand-Rapids. j. ..ORDER'TO. .JCELERYj 9 'to' -18 pound j>f.fcel; )rjr -dailt"t 'about one's< headby means of a.
\\111\\, ,: ,:, : : 30.- reach the"Vmount"bf'topper'which, If band on the forehead,-so thai by night
,> | Grand!( Rapids, Mich., June ;< GROWERS PRESCRIBING METHOD , daily consumed would, according to the position ot one in the water'can .
deaths in this i I II
a!: While Health and Perfect Comf Prevail in Kissimmee. ,1!I There city in have the last been twenty-four seven hours due I Ii ' OF SPRAYING PLANTS I. the' experts,.have' any direct effect on be determined! at a considerable di.-h' "

1 WITH BORDEAUX MIXtURE.- the health. tance. .
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: :. Not Our Winter.But .Summer Weather Ito the intense heat, and seventeen i This Is said to burn from ,
Only i :As soon as the presence of copper lamp three .
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,serious i prostrations. 41 .j celery- was determined, investiga- to four hours.. WlthjLireflectorladd-: : .
Most Pleasant in the World was on
the The official;: record yesterday The Department of Agriculture, be
thrown for )
ed might
tions were at once begun to find its light several
07 decrees. To'day at 7 o'clock the acting on the complaint of Dr. W. C. I hundred .
yards.
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of avoid-
and to determne ways
source
''temperature I began/ mounting steadily Woodward, Health Officer of the Dis- ,
The it Is
"r ing it. The copper, it was found, re- preserver may further'
,, "' Why do people live in the North Intense suffering was reported in from 80 dcfrrecs. trict of Columbia, and the health officers suited.frpm improper methods of using craimed, be adjusted hi five seconds

k all the large cities enveloped in the of other states, has found by
and West and endure the hardshipsof Bordeaux mixture on the part of celery the lamp affording' illumination as.

both winter and summer when they heat wave. careful analysis that a great deal of growers. At the same time it was soon as the buckle is fastened--Ilar. 1'\

can'come to Florida and enjoy health Thirty-nine in Chicago./ PRAIRIE DOGS table celery which came to market I found that the use of Bordeaux mix- per's Weekly.The I ''

and in the during the last season contained slight I '
and happiness prosperity known- to I
Thirty-nine persors are ture, according to the investigations
fullest sense? I have died in Chicago today as a result '- GRAZING INDUSTRY amounts of copper in the form of i' of the Bureau of Plant Industry, is fun of poultry raising: is tneai-

: That is a question that up to this of th intense heat. This number I dried Bordeaux mixture (lime and I'I absolutely essential to the gowjng of ured in the terms of profit for the 'I'

time remains unanswered, and we I includes only the cases reported copper sulphate) which farmers have I celery in many sections of the coun- most of us. .
4 will be through all time used to celery plants to preventthe "
suppose by the coroners and the police), and it' spray t try, especially in Florida. The Department -

for the reason that the majority of I is expected it will be increased to- LITTLE PESTS RUINING RANGES : destruction of the crop by. blight. I I however, found that the 'lJ
people throughout the North and Celery not sprayed with Bordeaux
night. spraying apparatus used by many .I
\ West can not be made to believe thata This was the hottest June day recorded __ __ I I mixture during its growth, according i does not operate cel-I FEN OLE :
growers
: country such as this can exist. in the city since the government MANY: ANIMALS: BREAK LEGS !I to the Government specialists, is liable I sufficiently ery high pressure to .
f. Below we reproduce a dispatch to reach the market in a state of
,1) records were first kept in 1872. par- i
result of this
mist. As
fine
", I IBY or a
dated the $Oth of June, which tells of Ninety-nine. degrees was the official i l '' BY FALLING IN HOLES MADE tial decay. I faulty spray apparatus, the Bordeaux mixture AND

I,,. the awful death rate from the heat temperature but the government thermometer PUA1KIE OGS.1 ._ The 'use of salts of copper in food I is in number of fine ;
I applied a
in cities, not for the of decided the Referee :I
some purpose on the street level showed a products was by Fenole Stock DipAre -
I I streams instead of a mist, and these
;/ gloating over the people of those temperature of 102 de rees. The boat I' Board to be deleterious to health. I I instead of merely_ settling on the '

'7..j, places, for we are not built of.the last night and today was not temperedby Washington, June 25.-As a detail Under Food Inspection,: Decisions 148 1 leaves and killing the insects, run the'BEST Insecticides Germicides 1' ;

stuff that makes a man want to profitat a breeze. of its campaign against prairie dogson and 149, the importation of canned.: and Disinfectants for household .

the expense of others, but to show the sheep and cattle ranges of theVv..t. fruits and canned vegetables greened 'i-'I and outdoor purposes. .
: the comparison of life ill the different' Hundreds of Prostration.The 1 Biological of theDepartment sult the mixture accumulates at the "
\ the Survey with copper has been stopped. This ,,,
record breaking heat today was 1 base of the plant, and it is not washedout
:; sections of the United 'States. of is using
Agriculture/ is parallel to the laws of France; FENOLEKills
of six day period in by the rain. This sometimes gives "
the culmination
On June 30th we of Kissimmee are a ('u.-l.on bisulphide in connection with where the use of copper vessels is
which the thermometer dropped I below -- i, a green appearance to celery, which
following our different callings, eight tons of poisoned grain for the forbidden packing food products.The I the fly, the germs and all : d
whether inor out of doors, with nota 90 decrees only for a fees hours I I causes many people to think the color
extermination of the little pests on proof of the presence of copper other insects and microbe '''
of discomfiture, and that in the early morning and for a time ,, results from Paris green, whereas the I I'
particle '
the ranges of the Cococino National in raw celery was obtained by analysis 1 '+'
at to the last twentyfourhours tint is hiniply a copper-stained Use with a Spray. /
night we were forced to use cover for night. Up Forest, Arizona. of samples of celery offered for'' green
comfort in sleeping. There never has more than forty persons are lime $2.50 the Gallon.
the Biological Survey sale in the markets of the District of
have died result of the Generally 1 The Department of Agriculture has
been death from heat in Florid! known to as a
a works to prevent the extinction of Columbia and other cities. Analysis $1.35 the Half Gallon. .
heat. More than one.hundred. ca..esof issued a circular letter requesting: that
nor a prostration that we ever heardof. ,
In the of four different samples bf celery 75c the
birds and mammals. present Quart.
,
There is not a day in the year heat prostration were reported to its showed that before washing, the edible '< all spraying of celery plants with Bor-
whether it be in January of July thata the police today. Hospital ambu- instance it justifies war against deaux mixture be done with efficient A Sprayer FREE with the First ,
of the outside stalks contained ( zfd
part
of the
the
prairie dogs on principle! '
person can not work out in perfect lances handled as many more and all I|I apparatus working under high pressure Gallon. ;
from 9.1 to 29.2 of '
campaign against the bubonicplaguerat parts copper per
comfort and without the least fear of the hospitals in the city are filled tonight --one hundred pounds or more. ,
and squirrel, or against the rabbit million, or less than 1-Gth to % grainof Lj
contracting a cold or being overcome with those stricken in the busi- i: Spraying should be stopped when the FENOLEIs
fruit copper per 2V4 Ibs. of celery. The
which trees.
with heat. ness streets of the city. girdles !i leaves are covered with fine drops, and

But read the following dispatch. Extra police crews were detailed to The damage done by the prairie copper in the inside or heart of before these begin to run down the sold only through dealers-no ;
stalks
was much smaller in amount, .
y You may be able to answer the ques ambulance duty and patrol wagons as dog, it is pointed 'out, affects the I stalks and accumulate in the base of house-to-house canvassers. I
and
ranged from 3.3 to 10.3 "
tion at the head of this article. I well as the regulap ambulances were stock-raising industry in two ways. 'I' million. In the leaves of the parts celery per, the plant. $5.00 reward for the arrest and :

.. Chicago, June 80.-Reports received j I called into use to carry heat victimsto First, many acres are laid bare in' however, which are the parts of the I The Department of Agriculture at conviction of any one selling an t,

r up to a late hour tonight showed that their homes or to hospitals. the neighborhood of prairie dog viI- plant especially sprayed with Bor- I the same time has issued a warning insecticide misrepresenting it to be ;

at least seventy-four persons died Reports from Coroner Hoffman indicate vages, and the amount of food avail- Ito consumers to break bunches of FENOLE. '
deaux mixture there found from
,
today as a result of the heat wave in that few persons under forty able for cattle is proportionally re :i'I were celery open and wash and scrub the
"I of had been seriously affected duced. Second, valuable animals, fre- 157.6 to 288.4 parts of copper, per mil- S
the central west. years age lion parts. The chemists found stalks thoroughly before they are eaten Fenole Stock Dip : :'
The heat wave which has continued by the heat. The average age ,quently horses, have to be killed after 1, twatmost It has also warned the public ;
\ of the in the inner J
rF uninterruptedly for six days extended of those who died was fifty years. I they have broken a leg in a prairie outer stalks copper and against eating the leaves of celery For all outdoor purposes, stable i.
i disappeared on washing.
from Denver to Pittsburg and as Slight relief arrived tonight when dog hole. I I upon which the dried Bordeaux mixture dairy, poultry houses, toilet and
'After washing hand with
far north as Lake' Superior. Chicago the effect of the thunderstorms along | According to the Department's expert brush, there by from or' a I clings. According to the chemi- cesspools. Kills germs, insects, sf'4'
was only 3.9 to 9
with a temperature of 102 degrees was the upper lake region was felt here. I the stock industry has unwittingly cal experts who have made analysis, sores and odor o ,.
parts million in the outside stalks
per
,
; the hottest place in the United States At 8 o'clock the temperature fell from favored the increase of prairie a careful washing ,of celery wouldI
r and from 1.4 3 Can be used with
to
million'in
parts per I as a dip or
9 except Tucson, Ariz., where the temperature 95 degrees to 85 degrees in little more dogs by killing off coyotes that prey I remove practically all of the copper L
I the inside
stalks
; or heart. These I sprayer: or sprinkler. ,
; also Was 102. than an hour. A special forecast issued upon but are also natural enemies of resulting from dried Bordeaux mix
i i quantities are infinitesimal, and mean t
tonight declared distinctly that the prairie dogs. ture, or reduce the amount present Positively Guaranteed : '

,,I' rJx CONDENSED STATEMENT the end of the hot wave was not in Last year on the Cochetopa National --- - - -__ --co ''to such a small quantity as to be en- I Price: l'I I

It be cooler tomorrow, the I CONDENSED STATEMENTof .
sight. flU
of the Condition I forecaster said, and the humidity will Forest of Colorado fifteen tons of the Condition of (. tirely negligible. Gallon $1.50; Half Gallon.' tOe;; .

poisoned oats freed some 26,000 !acres .
BANK < Quart, 6Dc:
,
; CITIZEN'S be less but there is'no condition to of grazing land,,from prairie dogs. STATE BANK I A NEW LIFE-PRESERVER

,indicate-; ; any decided falling of the { On the.Pike National Forest, in the i I Word conies' from Germany of the

;y;t.: :\ ".. 'OF KISSIMMEE, 'temperatpre until there is a. radical I' same state, seven tons of oata were OF KISSIMMEE i invention of a fe-preserveiwlth J nov.Pel ,. FENOLE. CHEMICAL CO

) icy" V ,KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA. 'change.. of: wind., ' I used to clear 60,000 acres. This year KISSIMMEE FLORIDA features 711 TAMPA STREET .

'j. Of the Condition of the Bank Monday Wi8 on's'in. has Th rteen"_ Dead. five or six tons of the poisoned grain At the close of business June 30, 1913.A4vl.rs .'I This 'device weighs! about.five and Phone 625. Tampa. \

t June 30, 1913, condensed from, Milwaukee, June 30.-Thirteen I only was used on the Cochetopa and one-half pounds and consists of two
For sale in Kissimmee by
a' Report to the Comptroller: I deaths from the heat in Wisconsin I II three tons sufficed for the Pike. n..1 l Estate and Fixture- 26.2S 14S i swimming-cushions bound together by 'i
I Hills Ki-c-clvuble _ 260.6(13( WATERS & CARSON GROCERY
I were'reported today. There were I I I It is estimated that on all the Na- Monde __ 4.2(111.1X1' straps. The cushions lie upon the )

'1, Loans ______HESOI______.'__l'ES nuu 141.268.33 scores of prostrations. In Milwau- tional .Forests about 277,000 acres, 'I'A.ivrriirnftn C L. Jty._ Claims- _._ __. 612.46Cash 746.79 "breast and' back. The preserver is COMPANY.
County and Cfty Warrants -_ 1.087.68 kee eighteen have died from the heat )i ii which had been rendered worthlessfor Item 'and and,I dm- i I provided() with a small lamp fed by an 26-4tgr 1 '
,, Overdrafts ______u_________ None from hanks . 4H.H4931 s
Stock and Bonds __________ 18076.33 i in the last four days. grazing purposes by prairie dogs, I City and fountvVuirnnts __ J.1172U -' -- 1-?
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Bank Building and Fixtures. 21,808.88Cash
and Due from lieserveBanks Five Dead at South Bend. I!i have been restored to their former ,
_______._______ 70.1118.92Tota I 36 t,3K4 00 \
,1 u usefulness. Since it takes the 1,1-\im.rriiMCapital
South Bend Ind. June 30.-Five on :
... _
tp ) __u_.____._ 266448.14 deaths, one person driven insane and I l: average 40acres to support one cow, I' : -_ 50.00(1.00Surplun 36.0(1000Undivided ( (' / BRICK Red and Buff, Gray and | ,$1
fronIs---------- 3040.76
LIABILITIES several prostrations is the result of i or eight sheep, this means a gain in epOBltR _._ 199624.99
___
Capital 8tpck ____ 86.000.00Surplus Common
and Net Profits uu n__ 0.301.65 the intense heat here during the last 'the:1 carrying capacity of the range lulls Payable_ __ GO.OdO.OOKfdlacountH / / Building ;;I ,
3.718.26U61.3K4.00
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Deposit Bills Payable* -=:=====::::::= 184.146.6 30.ono.oo: : twenty-four hours. The temperature i; sufficient to run 0,950 cattle or 55- ( '
o'clock reached 600 sheep. Large Stock Prompt SnipmetitWE ;
256,448147P at 4 this afternoon 106 | (I F FleE Its '

I. Paul Weaver, Cashier of the CHI- degrees. I In 1908 the government began to C. A. CARSON, President *
JOHN M. LEE Vice PrmldntM. -- SAVE YOU MONEY '
Bank of
Bens Klsslmmee. do solemnly i '''
i swear that the above statement Is Eleven Deaths in Detroit. j carry out this campaign, and in 1911 KATZ. 2nd Vlve ITes.KUMA .
true to the best of THOMAS!: AHSt. Cashier
my knowledge and
Detroit Eleven death'sfrom worked large scale it was
bellet. June 30.- on a ; so

PAUL WEAVER., Caaliler. heat and nearly a score of successful that in 1912 the quantityof Personally appeared befor4 me, a No-
prostrations
'' Subscribed and sworn to befpre me tary Public C. A. Carson 1'renldent I A. C. CONYERS i
-+are! this Seth day of June 1918. were reported in Detroit to- poison put out was doubled." Thisyear's who being duly .7t"n.n: deposes and
Seal tire above . ; Is
( ) .D. O. WAQVEn.NotarXPubllc. says true to
day. Of the dead, three were adults campaign is one of cleaningup the best of his knowledge and belief.

My commission expire. J an. 10, 1917. I I and eight infants. the areas where there almost com **." HOMA THOMAS (Seal) Duval Bldg. 2e-4tmK Jacksonville, Fla.
Attest: Arthur E. DoncKftn. C. W. Dann Notary PublicStale of Florida.
o F. W. Hill DI Mora Officially the maximum temperature I plete extermination in 1912. My commiHHlon expires March 13. 1916.
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I FRIDAY, JULY' 4;'' I91 u" THE .
VALLEY ,
K1SS1MMEE GAZETTE. \ PAGE 3.000ooooaoee0o'ooooPPOaoao
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: finally Indorses .and, when such bill laU 400'OOOOOOO"'OOOO.OOOOOO : +s

BRONSONVILLE > become burden 0 DON'T DISAGREEABLE -\. n's
.e : 0 a of increased taxation : .
0 0 (
it should be carefully co: sldered. ORANGE CENTER' f
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d0000 Our watermelons -are atlll fine. 'Tomatoes .OOOOO..OOOOO..ooooooof.. .-, 't; THE 'H. G. SIEV E'R

Rex accompanied by' Lonnie Bron.eon in splendid condition and tour /
Gilchrist Park Is in 'tor. iffi-
with the grAy mare furnishing the people think they have been sleeping .some You Can Prevent It If You Will. '
'The to be"'re-
provement pines are COMPANY"
locomotive power, could have over their rights in not planting'e your REALTY ,,
been moved shade trees planted, flowers'aetout Why ba a .lava to feeling, and .
found by an. early riser' meanderingour o\1\ h to make it an object; ship, make. jrourae.lt dlaagraaabl to roarfriended d
sometalkbf band
and thereis. .. .
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way toward the camp) of then Kisgimmeeites. and propose doing better with the next 'stand In-the center of.it.. j your trouble.Ther-are, nor I not* It their n.j>on'fault.lbl. Prairie.. Land,:.Orange Grove,* High. .Hammock Land' .. ':::-:. :- R
We landed crop. Corn and potatoes In fine
at about 8:30a. are '' you suffer dally from the terrible that 1
m., meeting our R. P. D. carrier shape, and our flower garden under the Mr. Spangler of KansasCity was which are produced by Timber Lands. Land at all Prices and on Easy Terms
on visitor the Center
recent to looking
,You have the lame body today that
the road, after taking possession oft"'Vllneyand"'aetter' superintendence of our worthy ..hostes had yesterday, but not the same -
after the interests of his in you
grove ... '. .:..:.... .
presents- splendid --- - --- ambition nor- the -xHapoaltlon. -" --- '
fr6m"a appearance;
Very SeC:2- 2,000 Stock Ranch wflleiclantebsUTaluefor
;,
acres : :
That's
We have confidence in 1 because you have not taken
friend the future of
particular we proceeded on our this island We are 'patiently awaiting the mak Taylor'i Beet Blood Medicine. other real estate -:. ..:- '.J '.:- ..
way rejoicing. Business of import- and its people are exert- Come to our store and get a bottle
ing of the big road from Winter Garden ..
ing to-day and If It dO'lllln'l'eUeve thoserheumatic ,
resource at thier
every command
and apf c we carried again us had to the the court pleasure house of to make it one of Florida's garden ter. to Kissimmee-via Qrangtt Cen-, take the bottle pains to back your and satisfaction get your I Orange Groves all sizes and prices w .
$
shaking hands spots. Energy.. and perserverance money. ., -
withihe-county'. L.
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Mr, George Harrison haseturned4o - Price,- 'UO the-bottle, d '
and his worthy aid and counsellor,I could, accomplish this desirable object. his farm in Sec. 28 after 'a few Tour own druggist recommends and I KISSIMMEE FLORlOA-.t-- f; r

:\11'. Johnston We found our worthy: The Democratic rooster is still in months sojourn in the North. cines guaranteeTaylor's ask him about But it. Blood ".CU"j I .

clerk up-to-date in everything connected !I his glory. The death of his rival has Mr. and Mrs. Mcliugh left for the .

with the affairs of his office I caused him to assume an additional responsibility North a few days ago, to remain un- self sacrifice to support -I''
i iI
We all wondered what in the --.- ----
increasing numberof Inaneia.IlY'I
the result would til next winter when they will probably than some of our societies,
be of promoting this gentleman from I his wives, but he has assumed it
t return to their place for a per- are very dangerous-but not all. i iI
',1 tax assessor' to the with a determination which is well 1
responsibilities attached
manent stay. My friends, let the wor knot go I
to the clerk's office. Rex decided for all concerned Mr. visitorto I LAWN MOWERS r. I
A. J. Lane was a recent down because it is summer-time. Sa- .

that the home influence with Owen Lanier's wife and children the Center inspecting his land with tan can put many excuses for negli-

which our clerk is surrounded that to were honored guests at the Bronson which he is well pleased. He i ii located gence in our hearts if we let him. I

do wrong would be entirely out of I i.I mansion on Sunday, spending the in Kissimmee at present but Fight it out, rain or shine. Keep up Scientifically Sharpened and RepairedBY

his latitude, and his predictions have'' greater part of the day. will build here this fall and improve the socials and other good times for p

turned to be true. Our loyal friend i The thermometer was at 96 for a his farm lots. the young people and Juniors will

entered the office with the determination short time on Sunday, but surrounding Mr. Poe of the Manhattan hotel: in have amusements-if not our kind '

to please the people that elected thunder showers reduced it to 76 in Kissimmee, has leased the "Pines" they may find it at the card-table, and

him, and the more closely you observehis i I a very short time. here and will manage it in conjunctionwith on the dancing floor, for seniors, and

movements the better satisfiedyou The following lines are respectfully the Manhattan.Mr. other questionable ways for the KISSIMMEE SUPPL Y COMPANY

will be that he is doing every [ dedicated to Mr. T. II. Lawson, who Stokes completed the-big job younger boys and girls.llon't .

thing to fulfill the expectations of his I furnished our kite making establishment of hauling and placing ten tons of fer- let a business meeting time I

friends and the public generally; 1,}" with paper from which the kites tilizer on. his Sand Lake grove last I go by without holding it. Be.. loyal, ;-------,-- ---.--

friendship has but very little influence !!I are made; this paper has Mr. Lawson's II week. I and therefore loyal Endeavorers, dear
judgment i in this Mr. Makinson and Mr. Btenis I r 1
over matter. Rex I j|! name on it, and the picture of an were co-workers. ,

writes what he sees and adds nothing; ,I eagle. Our poet says this poem goes I business visitors to Orange Center a Yours now and all the time, I v

if in the future just cause should appear j,i to the tune of Rock a by Baby: few days ago. Mr. Makinson offers GRACE A. TOWNSEND. R. FLOYD r '
for of we'I' $1QO.OO for bass
a change sentiment Rock a by Lawson above the tree tops, a twenty-pound or
should not hesitate to so declare it. a 15 foot alligator, but he did not offer YIELD PER ACREIN

Mr.: Johnston's efficiency in. the position When the wind blows the eagle will any prize for that 7 lb. sweet po-

and his remaining with the office rock; tato that Mr. Harney showed him.04P04000POPOP00440P. THIS SECTION ,

bhould be appreciated by the public When the string breaks the eagle will

as it certainly is by our clerk. fall, Grocer

Toward Judge Murphy we have always And down comes eagle, Lawson and :O' CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR O* ATTRACTING ATTENTION FROM x :

had the kindliest feeling and no all. U
PRESS TEMS THE GREAT DAILIES OF
one appreciates more than Rex the
One of the Bronson dogs was bit- 0 0 THIS STATE. '
indomitable spirit of the excellent PPPP+ PPPPOOOPOPPOPO Get our prices on
ten on the foot by a ground rattler;
t jurist; his sternness fits the office

and his accommodating and friendly doing the snake well.was killed and the dog is Interlachen, Fla., June 27, 19j3. The Times-Union contained the fol- HAY GRAIN FEED c

'2 way of conferring a favor is one of My Dear Friends: lowing anent a story in the Valley ,
Owen Lanier, wife and children were i
the pleasures of his personality. My This is a "Good-Bye" m!sMige. Gazette of two weeks ago:
visitors which make
at Mr. Robert Lanier's on we a specialty
rinformation is that our worthy sheriff' Please have it lead next Sunday in "The Kissirnrnee Valley Gazette
Saturday last; Owen going to Kissimmee -
if establishing a record worthy -of your meeting. last week had a very fine story that
deaving his family at his father'suntil
Charlie's best. I am expecting to leave here at I was guaranteed and still appeared to .
he returned; they came back on .
On the island everything is as it I' noon on next Thursday, and at 9 p. be almbst too strong for general con- -* - -
Sunday, stopping at headquarters to
bhould be; the crops and cattle are dinner m. commences from Jacksonville the sumption. It told of a man who had r
before home.
both doing well. Milk, buttermilk, Elmer Clark returning and Walter Lanier long ride for your Introduction Supt., recently sold $227.72 worth of toma- I I

honey, eggs and other delicacies are Miss Brightwell, a few others, and toes from his quarter-acre patch and '
likewise .
were Sunday visitors.Our
abundant, and connected with all this myself-toward Los Angeles. If all was still selling and picking and ex- \ Ideal Groves
little berg gets up a boom every goes well. we hope to arrive early
we have one of the best cooks and on pected to keep up for some time
now and again. We are seldom lone- July 9th, get our headquarters booth r
housekeepers that the country can longer. The Gazette man said thatit f
boast of and if contentment ruleth not I some and the blues is unknown in our ready for visitors, etc., before the could be easily proved, and also that j' By far the greater number of vigorous: and prolific groves in

Within our little household, the fault place. invention begins that night. Its almost anybody might do the same I the State today are the result of

The crusade against the flies i lasts five full days! and one session ,
must be with the finder. thing with proper knowledge and I Ideal Formulas
We were again the guests of Mr. one that should attract the attentionof over. Mr. Leslie! Moore of Haines enterpri.se. Florida soil is wonderful,

MI and Mrs. R. B. Savage and Mrs. Savage's all good housekeepers. There are City, a business> man, young friend and when one reads of the trainloadsof lad

two ladies in the country with whom of mine, plans to with and is Ideal Methods
daughters, LaNora and Alva. go me fruits and vegetables sent out from ;
Alva has been advanced to the 6th Rex has conversed on the subject, and to assume all decorating care of our this state in the course of a year it {,,

grade. LaNora has recently returned they appear sense the question in its headquarters being an expert at such is to wonder what the people woulddo We have been with you as growers, salesmen, and manufacturers -

from college with a fine record, proper lightor at least the scarcity of work. We have a good many answers if the supply were cut off. The
these pestiferous little tormentors for over thirty years, but what, particularly concerns you i.I. is
to the for
having grown to young ladyship since I appeal banner-money, Kissimmee! market gardener mentioned -
our first acquaintance and fully sustaining during meal time seem so to indicate. and hope to have it there-and poid in the Gazette expects to plant that right now we have the right materials, the right equipment, and a

: that position, we cannot but One is Mrs. J. N. Smith of Kissiromee for; too. West Palm Beach, Stuart, velvet beans on the space now occu- I.I'' the right people to give you the '
and the other Airs Alfred Bronson of and South-Western district have alsopromis'ed ..
admire her discretion and judgment. pied by tomato plants, when they stop ,
We did not have the pleasure'of see- Bronsonville. The former has no to send banners. bearing, and will harvest a' bean crop I Right Service NOW .

.' t ing the lion A. E.,, but he has certainly ' dogs to contend with and the latter After convention I am to visit up later that will likely) bring him In $40 "' '

, made a record as an influential three. .We have a cheap wire' network on' a mountain-side street in Los of $50." "1 Send for Free Book on Florida Products.WILSON .- > F, i.I i. ,

member of the senate. Those of the around the 'porch .with a door Angeles till nearly August 1st. Stopon

tax payers with whom I have conversed that is always securely fastened at way back near Pike's Peak at Colorado That was Easy Enough. j & TOOMER FERTILIZER' CO.

night, which keeps the dogs in the Springs, probably Denver .Colo. I
heartily approve his acts and "Patrick, did you !steal Widow 11alone8 Manufacturer of
i yard. Nothing in the eating line i is also. Then .
relotives in Nebraska
We. must bear in mind thata many-
doings. I pig, and if so what did you I IDEAL FERTILIZERS '
left exposed after meals the kitchen
; Iowa, and also Chicago and
I bill which originates in the lower do with it"?" .
JACKSONVILLE ,
is always kept clean and free from Highland Park, Illinois. All to be FLA.
in
F.t house creates a responsibility that a I : "Killed it and ate it, your Honor."
j: senator must fully consider before he anything that would attract the fly; j I my direct ticket but a few miles. By. "Well now, Patrick, when you are I Local Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I II
we use no fly paper fly traps or anything paying a little more I have obtaineda
brought face to face with Widow Ma- I f
of that nature, which generally summer length ticket and
not
I so may ---- 17
loney and her pig on Judgment Day," .
attract more flies than they destroy.The get home to before October. .
you early
\\I'j said the judge: "what account will _
Birch Mountain stables ---- - -
are far enough from the Though by home Sacrifice\ I was going
you be able to give of yourself when ;.;
house so that breed of flies do not anyway, an dit was a great ,big help
the widow accuses of ?" RUB-MY-TISM 1
; bother us; the yard is kept free from to recently get a surprise gift from you stealing No. 666 :
n "Did you say the pig would be there, ..
.HERB TEA any kind of a fly attraction. U. S. and Canadian Endeavor, off Honor?" asked Pat. Will cure your Rheumatism ,,
your r
\ With best wishes for the success o more than enough to pay the R. R. and "To l be sure I did. Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, This U a prescription prepared especially a

your 4th of July celebration, include sleeper expenleof! the journey. Colic, Sprains. Bruises Cuts and for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVCR. ,.,
Imported from Bohemia, the most "Well, then, I'll say, 'Mrs. Maloney, Five or six doles will break caM, Mid
ing all things else! connected with the : Florida Burns Old Sores of Insect any
thj Many comrades have sent Stings ,
I' wonderful herb compound there's your pig.' if taken then as Ionic the Fever will not I
j world has ever known, for the good and welfare of our beautiful kindly good-bye words, greatly ap- Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in return. It actS on the liver better then I..

1 I. treatment of Asthma, Hay Fever, metropolis, which means. the Valley preciated. I hope that you all will -- -- ------ terna'.ly:: '! and externally.: Price 25c. Calomel and does not gripe or aickeo. 2Sc '

Bronchitis Colds Catarrh. Gazette also. Will save a whole lot prayerfully remember your "Secretary -- -- -- ,
, Coughs, -- IIi \
; La Grippe, Whooping Cough and of things which should have been Grace"-that this trip may not only $25 JO $ $ $

'I severe cases of Kidney, Bladder, mentioned for the.. next' edition. do her good physical!; but that she -- !w "' ,,

Stomach and Lung troubles., REX. may gain! new ideas and fresh inspiration ,

I It is an invigoratingtonic to use in further work for Gettysburg Pa And SHOES
purifies the WATCHES TURTLE DEPOSIT YOU. i W i I

1 blood, builds i l up 121 EGGS IN NEST IN SANDW. Last year I wrote for our Union in !W '

to the run-down sy s- 11 months before Winter Park convention Return 1 1'
x wish !W
the B. Harris, owner of the Kissimmee JF you to {
D tern, soothes 1540 letters, 364 cards and I
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Valley Gazette, who, with his Via
574 rools
t nerves, improves sent: or packages. The let-
) .:: the appetite and family is spending a month in a cot- ter mean that many mailed, dupli- bfi dress I neat W \ { '

makes sleep rest tage at Coroifl do, had an interesting cates not counted. Eighteen mimeo- Atlantic Coast Line K ,1
experience the other night, when he
ful and refreshing. graph letters were printed
.p averaging S
u This wonderful watched ,{ huge sea turtle make her 100 copies. Seventy-six days were -+- bring us your W !f fS'
t' nest in the sand and deposit her ifiB
medicinal tea eggs out of Interlachen .
a contains spent in behalf of i
I, 21 differentI' in the nest. Editor Harris and his work ON ACCOUNT Of 50TH. ANNIVERSARY E 'C :*
our attending district conven- feet. We SK
will
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herbs, imported wife had been enjoying a stroll on tions, etc.April Of.THf. BATTLE Of '
!' from Bohemia and has been endorsed the beach in the bright moonlight and H KO [
1. 1913, we had a total of 61 GETTYSBURG -:- -:- -:- *
j by Pope Leo XIII, the Em- were on their way back to the cot- Young People's societies, of which 52 x H fit them w r
of and tage when they noticed the turtle -0- properly Mi.i
poror Austria many'emi were reasonably sure, 8 uncertain, and O *

nent physicians, besides. receiving just coming out of the surf and labor- 2 out of our union. Of the 51, Pres- I Tickets Sold June 28 29, 30 &: July 1 : in the lat- !
..,. thflihighest award, gold medals, iously waddling along the hard sandin byterians had 19; Christian church 8; E ESfi

:y -some of which are reproduce4. search of a suitable place for mak- United Brethren 2; Congregational I Limit July 10. Jifi

r on the cans-and honorary Diplomas ing her nest. The turtle finally located S
11, and Union 10. The gain year by ; est styles. WHi
r from held inl Paris, the desired place and Editor I :
Expositions year in Florida is much less than in The A. C. L. is the official route of
Rome Vienna Florence London Harris and his wife sat down and
fifi
I 'r and of its her while she other states-they have more field the L. L. Mitchell Post, G. A. R.. St. HiHi \
I
I Liege, in recognition watched deposited a
work done, and, I believe, use more fifi
f. great curative qualities. This i is total ef 121 eggs in the newly made Cloud and all veterans are invited to DUTTO -BuRBIS SHOE Go. s nji

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one of the few articles that is free nest. Having performed this duty, join the St. Cloud veterans'party.. I fifi HiHi

from alcohol, narcotics and poison the turtle returned to the sea and the PILLS t fifi The Shoe MenSHOES
Sv --0-
If it does not do all that is claimedfor eggs were promptly confiscated.-New JHICHESTER M> IIBANI. I fifi ,
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it, your money will be refunded.BIRCH Smyrna News. t..dl: I A.k r...Dr..I.t..far ykllll. For tickets or information, call on fifi Him
earkerler.,. ,. ..... Dlu.. .... O
CO. .n MOUNTAIN TEA b,.... Male, The fun of poultry raising is meas- .-... T... ._ ttor.. -Bvjr mf T_. KissimmeeY. I HiJfi Hl;
Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A. Dr. 1 L /we'Ifi/1EI.TRS" fifi
ured in the terms of profit for the UtVilwND IIHAMKIII.Iy ... fur sa R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland 1y1
Sold $lasim- U. -rt known M bat.iUfa"t.Alw yy Kdubta f'rte"
, l flies, by Florida.Kisslmmea Drug Co. most of us.. I SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A. I I I j y1, y1 .Y1 yl y1 1 yf Y1 1 !Ii ytl!fi fl I lYlylYt yl l 1 2e
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GAZETTE \ FRIDAY JULY' .4, 1913
IL PAGE> 4. '"f THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY 'I

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' transform- its whole Character! of a.I 1' hard. A great number of thejFlorida DO IT NOW I NOTICE.

The Conscience few years ago'to an Industrial institution -I I Editors are guilty, of tho most reprehensible Notlrti< at.0)'i the Tax Payer .( OM*.I.on ,

I of today. Instead of being the act Know to good judgment -- The Hoard of County Comnl..lon.ra

mouthpiece of .an individual the Ix.1 j and sound business principles. A lacK" I\jK.lllm"c-e! People Should Not Wait meet In and on Cor Monday Oactola, July County the, 7th Florida, 1911:.-for m
Man :
. a Newspaper personality With modest of commercial training. inattention tei tho purnuHRof. reviewing and, eqUal. 1
it
of one' t
ion
: l lrCHl> I Until la Too Late. I.Ing the valuation on' Real Estate i
I investment 1 .and limited circulation, !business and a desire to' be popularwith "v IH'fHOiml Property a.; axed by the Tas and ;

I it has beeome a colossal l enterprise '' its patrons, all mitigates against ---- year AR11t'8.r 191 S.of ucoelou County, for th. i "

whole nation'', from the 'neW Iapel' that swaps its advertising The appalling dcath rate from kid- -1. I* QVtinSTREBT. Clerlt
1I"aklnJfOl' u
: :wL'AI'Eli ltEtll// BEFOK: I111: ST1lT1; PlmSS"\SSOCIA 110:1:[' UW 1"0 ) :
? by hunJ for chattels/ Some of our the 4U''lI'J -
k ' ujtltuJ"1I oinlirids: wrought space ney disease is due largely to \ TO CIIKUITOK9.!: -
'. STOVALU EDITOR (.)Jo' iMI''iff: iJ.'i': '.: of haJ1ti searchingeach ; .i TI'iend8 A ntiretjrtoty'easy.asHtw -"TficlTthatrth t1c'kldney-tTOubte9..re -
I' J .dredsof thousands J : In rtiuri""oT t t. Count:; JadE. ata. 1
r
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furlhermosttpart' of in the conduct of> the business. until become ..
.. I day W the usually neglected they of l''lorldav Ovceol .C..t7.
.---- .--- it he earth for" information on every departments of their papers j serious, The flight symptoms often {
toThiiSti1ti1li1Tti1kthe-1den 'xperaxfI7orLla a In ro Estate of F ANI(' WILCOx
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fifatt"that-they -"They-do-not-properly--apprieia v 1;
1 eo'Ytcpj'vabf su< TjJ an dilist'Z 11lnatt tIR -give--place-to--ehronio-disorders-had
of scooping liis own paper, hut when I leading the van' in the era of. develop-) lee 1'ii s1ir-Crtdltars,-Legatees r
iiHo, the homes of milI their intrinsic value to the town, county the sufferer slip gradually into . AI.trlb'f
t "Frank Ke-llow of the .Fort Myers i I merit and prosperity in )fact' of following I intelligence may .<< und nil l'er.tin. ..",.. Clrn...
4 ( of other enterrpri.sts I lions upon millions of earnest, in- and state in which they are located. some serious form of kidney com- er Ur..an.l. ...1.., sod E.tatefYou 4
said he'd he the wake '
him and
Press went to in 1
:' iiiring){, thoughtful] people. They do not display) that sagacity plaint.If and each of hereby 1" '
fired the city editor sure if he Today !:loridaha.. twentyIdaili' | "you are '
e by :
r in the of their business notllled and .
Newspapers art" Libelled Often."Ratuuse 11)anazument you suffer from backache. head required to present ani .
-- o didn't-(ret ,thato..aJ.1l'lsli. the _rolonelwilted l ;/ und! US weekly publications clalma. and demands which you t
oreltlixr
: affairs that characterizes the
the of'l1np'pUIII.t the Tnnv.spaper of today.i. ; aches, dizzy !spells; i( the kidney secretions or you, may havo against tb.
,II and came across with the I'aper whiih fin.uipa.ss papers f tat<. vt Knm4cWlli...>.. -deot-aacd latlof 4'
wisdom i of their editorial utterances. arid r '
l inoi-moii institution requiring/ irregular of passage
; Here is his, address: 'thickly" ; ] stale ih the "I'liion.'Well i. an are .OHCirola County, Florida tb the un"derHlKiied ,,
I elllppeil prillting prodigious capital to operate, its nialirml T-wi Sources' of Revenue. unnatura.1 in appearance, do not delay. I exeeutom of said estate. .
r' k "Some people are eithero cruel, orso )r.guhttrdled | within Iwo rare from the date herbnf,
I r; j +) ignorant that th.do) not liclicvothat , ,/ -titli'i-hineiit' ate' 1".hl"f in- t aspect looms ]large and blather- "The newspaper has but twosources Help the kidneys at once.Doan's iMli-d May 61 h. A. 1). 1918. ,I
kiteanil blatant, politicians! never loseUN of revenuc--subscription andudvt'rli.ing. ]Tills especiallyfor I'; \V. WII..COX. '1
Kidney are
: I man Xnovvs anything du.ti.ami: activity i"\ fact they h arehot H. WILCOX
a I
;IY newt-paper i 2'I-1I
ni.inufac- opportunity to surreptitiously reflect The latter wholly dependent kidney disorders-the-y act where -
It'thlul
r, / alioul that little II10ff"II"It'.1, lung/ mule' a' -
Critics quick toehuget on the former. The value ofnewspaper thousand .'Oi'It'ITO .
win-h coii-l,, 'iiutithe intinie. upon it. are ] others fail. Over one hundred
'conscience. From our practical experience tuting I ' plank "
V'Ir; with advertising is measured! by them. M \-niMi>'';\monoM >ANT*. '
.n-litution-, of today / newspaper mercenaiymotives / people have recommended ,
ialvoild .
: i-Jalioia'e:
with the eon 11|""" ' :
". ..AI niid-llic.\ halls of the cirpitol at the Duality and extent of the. circula Mere's u case at home: In the Ir.-uM Court, 7lh Judicial e,... .
and assuming the side of t the ni-w pji- 1 or KlurUla,
I : i-iill Stair Oarrola C....
; we may lie paidonrd' 1 foi the a-- I rihiine Sample, of I'roi-rcss. Tiillahassee and! the hustings often tion. livery" inch of advertising space :M. Conner, <(;09! Mabbette street, I I In ( bnnrrrr Mtllnic.
1) per ic-inind, with the, raucous that the .you have for !sale should be charged "I feel
\ section that Yon-rii'iicc', i I" the lal get "l-i-w 1 )penpl.. |' "liall/e, :iinl appreciate' I cry Kissimmee Fla., says: justified M l 11. Ttndnll. Cnnplalnant l .

tangible asset Ill mini of 1li.- pilotingofliiM's the ,1'iaiii, dll'',. ...r a -Hilly, 70 U 'Japer.III press of Florida has degenerated! :\ that for at a stated price. A rate card in giving Doan's Kidney .Tills my I'! II unit MmllJn, Dora versus Foil, Arllnir hi.

, / I I'ol'ida.IJut ) it is dominated by 'the interests,' that should be adopted! and ailheied to omiorscnu, for I know from personal wir<-. 1'-reiiitiint8. Dill to remove
: in this Mute. You )had iu-t .t-> 1 i IIM L-iigoi I papei' r IP 1 i-Ioud) Iron 'Titleurlrr
it 1 is under the (' strictly. :Stop that abominable, habit hut. this acts .
well talk aliout n nev.-papei >ii\iiig; "I" n..i' ..p'l1u'I'I I Ie or ii in- cop-, experience remedy just of I'lllillrallon.To .

: slue a hllloutidu t ". 'In-. J l.miph 'I nhiine. and 1 talions: or that its of running g professional cards 1 for as reprc'sentc-d. 1 took Doan's Kidney nefeiKliints. above named :
conscience to
I no utiying' up It ui> >e"i'l"K"" t>V affidavit
ed,! by "crooked1: \ ertiser.s. A moremalicious lawyers and free pufTs for advertisersfor Tills when I KufT"I'infmlll backache i annexed to
rircuK without a clown. acmliil: 01,l .nmenagerie. 'we lieg Palo'". ti mil' brothels in was / tli- lull I of complaint filed In the above
I., cruel) libel uti the sake of what. patronage they alatid' CIIIIHI- that the dt-fcndanta.
was never. and Iot
or and l kidney complaint I *
;'. I' The wonK, Join naliMii, affliction' ' !f'r alliniii.g! to the Tribune- / thur )Fell" und III 1111 Ida Dora Fell Milf
1. und conscience me >ynuiiymou' and] but we d.,, -imply/ as a vompari.sonhei \ i tered. That such a sentiment should give you ; stop toadying to city and great benefit." \\ .. ure nun-reslfli-nls, of the Unttid
| und thi-lr
that
I' had it not have i hccj> that .01.-, tears 1(0s" di'siii- to make a stateniei have' found expression by verdant 1 1'01.1|, county officials and politicians because :i For Mile by all dealers. Trice I[>0cents. 1 dr.stnteii'U"H l I" .o! Qiii-en Victoria residential Street, L>ad-on-
iticians and so-called! statesmen betrays '' a few of public patronage < HV i l-iiKland. that said defend-.

of its l i scraps 1."t..r.I1""ul'l1: Co., liuffulo,
10' the physical ability
\ 1 predominates every a.t. t ami' I thoughtof t .1- 'to mils' aneach aver the, aK of 21 yean
1 the fiatenii'y' nm-t of pl.int. When the Triliunc was e.stal woeful i ignorance and ('onvi..ts'1 is thrown your way. flow can !'New York sole agents. for the United nod! hint 1h>y nru the holdera of an Iniviiltil -

. buys newspaper today would Inwealing iliiimonds .Ii .11f'd in larch, 11:11;,:' only five meu'sere !I them of inflll'tingthi, insult to gratify:\ : a ,newspaper maintain its character if States.Hememher. -' I In HUM,record bill ti"title-s,'rlbel.to the. tract. of land

.' you the the spleen of revenge or a coterie ofdenuigogues it submits to the tacit corruption. and! the name IIUlui'sIInd It In therefore ordered that the said
tlc to s-t typoviite ,
living III )hrovvitone I ca It M-iinei| up nou-r.slit* nt defendant bu and are
taking trips in lijnig maihineai'.il<1 1I \ the, cop print the paper keepthe whose hypocrisy and I j indignity of permitting politicians aniladvertisers lake no other.Adv. :27'tpii'M'iitcd. h.-rebi coiiiTnaiuled to appear to the
Mil of sled In
this
I .' enjoying life, like plutocrats instead of / book, do the ,'olll'dlllallll/ evi shallow ness! have I been exposed by An to command! its silence or or In. fine complaint the' heat Monday, the cause 4th day on

intelligent and independent its "UPl'Olth..n something occurs! I i.f AIIUIIHI.' .\ P. 1918. otherwise the
existing/ on rare )promises lilting' youic'orporoMty 'thing I / else, corinecled with the pub.l.atlon. > press."Whatexer Jla'h of proper IIUM-I ail.gntloaM of sold hill of complaint
,detractors may which does not exactly meet the approbation will I he tiiUen us confessed by the
say said
here and. t there in iiic-.l| of Today the Tribune has on 1 judgment the of ,
ness / is alive many d 'f.ndnn/s
of the 'would-be-boss. The
, I a new subscriber) or an advertiM'mcnt, it- pay loll I IJI) people and its dally however see1the criticism, .regardless / of the Florida working I both It 19 fiulher t ordered that this order
/
I of vicious aspersions, and vociferous /greatest insult to a newspaper man is papers he puMlnhed" otic.a week for ,I< $ KiO.
Of course :sons new-paper people operating expense average end against the middle1.! Business I i R< i uilvwei k8. In the Klsslmmee Val-
have more const lence than others. These facts are mentioned so that denunciations, ethically the Florida to lie slapped on the back or sneeredat of J i h-\ li.ir.i: 'lie.i ; a weekly: newspaper puh.Ils11.d .
of fellow economy, 'ngid application commercial In the snld county and state.
The hog fellows of the big papers inthe the public may know what is requiredto newspaper is today at the very' as a sort 'good a public rules and studious ii-gard forproven I I I'i.tin- anil nrili-red this 22 day of
, zenith of its purity its unselfishness, pensioner who lives partly by his >M.iA H 1913Vlln..'". the Seal of
devoid like the TriImne
big citicare perhaps produce a ,
great / newspaper i standard) of business sagacity Hi- dalil Curt
of this anualile ,characteristic : I :'iii.'i\ ;: days in a year. Other papers I IiI" puhlic spirit and unsullied patriotism. : wits and partly by the patronage I every | .1 1 I I. OVKKSTRKET.I .
thrown the prudence an dmlcgrity are r KHIUMS. Clerk of the Clr-
out hy professional officeholders 1
but our Florida boys are acquainted ), have grown and expanded Proportionately I Solicitor for cult Court
the
"A win the as though were a hungryJog fundamentally necessary in con- c'otii pin, loan( 22-Pt
with the word and practice it every Newspaper making today newspaper to I'e"pI'IInd you
dm I of all successful .
minute of ther live,. I t is an industry, a branch of productive retain the confidence of the public / ..seeking/ bone or a pauper accepting I papers."Among
ull professions. embracing/ MHIIi; OKl) II% II'1'n.'TOnI'"r !
alms for,
I'rogrcH w>f the lres j ahility a, ,complex a.s intricate I must adhere. rigdily to the policyit the purpose of controlling
the all oigani/.eil' / activities I of mankind Final' Ill.rh.rae.l 1
deems ,right with stability I paper by keeping some-
"While, newspapers in the metro- involving an much labor capital I. sincerity,
nowheie/ there be found
|>olitun cities have developed in recent !, earnest manual and mental application and firmness, and it must maintain I I thing out putting something/ in that tan a more "i\ i HI : 1 (1111'1 iiiOI vrv jt'I>IR
w ill redound to-his self-agt, amli.ement."Uespicable u le-olute determination for light.: a 11-11:111.. : \ 1 ul \'I'1 w1'A'rl:
. years to immense proportions, I ali any other of the great that position' whatever the cost. Thegeneral I / '
1. 'deeper imselfi'-h devotion to 'H' 1'I.Ii I111I1.
01 'mole'
, the press of Florida stands at the : processes of manufacture of commer1 public) little knows at what ) and contemptible in

head of many enterprises showing an '1 cial) production.\ It Is this fact that I is'disregarded -acrilue a principle. of ,light' is fie I the "y.-, of /good business, men t is the "piinciple.' a i.ioie generous" ''intent aInuadel Iti ril :.lntrllllmli '>. < haadlrr.S .

'' lIlallho solicits business patiioti-m.' a mule, rumplehenivi )> > ,, < i ,IM )Ii.) | "li\ t ulvio i In nil whom
maintained ban honc-t and newspaper
ii. ntly
Ih'
expansion and a prosperity that or misunderstood when} | ,
I 11.11 > ONI i I11 thin on III. Klh day of
scienlious 'Ian a trade basis. 1 lemaml I ca -h forY'h' -elf sai-i ifice for iiiealkeent ,, a I.w'ItI. ;
., truly phenomenal. A few years ago/ the popular conception of the news- 'newspaper.A \ v I I' I'il4. I Nhall apply to
r , lh." Hon.. il.l.. T M :
subset atid i vi-ioti of duty a mole honofI i. Murphv. Judge of
, there were no typesetting machinesused I paper is analyzed and this is the true Free and I'ntranimeled Press."The iptions advertisingspace / nd I. i 'Inlit" lie Jii'lK'. of I'rohate. for
I ( I'loil'hi not dominatedliy and at onee pl.ice yourself) before I.il'le' ithical purpose than that which Inn Vital .(,... h''Ie' HN Administrator
r in I is
this state outside of Jacksonville souse of the wholly false and un.i press .
''r l',' 1'ensacola and Tampa. Today i ju t attitude of a deplorably) IargEnumber : any interest, except the wHfart' ofl'ie ; t the business world as an inilispensalilt I tod.iy. / animatecontiols and! duettsUK ;.1.;.I :Hi.,:i-. .1..Hl.il.of 1,1111, II..1.1\\I.I", "'I'Inxniiie"' S Chandler! time f
of Flnrida. editor.No \\ 1 ill ill I., 41.1 I i 'hurt infl ,
: factor -pint our i Io" f NH! ac-
: public at large in furtherance of in placeof a beggati
.f will find the intricate of toward the ; ,
I'; you linotype j people press. < '''tillsdoll11lalndnr 1 ' of quid estate,
tin- \ there is saciificc-I i : '\ exchange advertising/ space forthe - --- ii.I .i-l.' lur Hull I uproval.
{ I no
; f and improved printing machinery in The extraordinary change/ in theI \ 11\111'0" I : man can tell whether corn willgrow H.il.tl, .linn n A U in I.1,
in not make, no unselfish act it will leplelllshlnent of \out tvaldiobolor , VCIIANlU.KK: ;
f practically every town Florida with I methods of newspaper making the wily I Iii without,

;, ., a population of :I,000! or more, and ] .stupendous expansion in the proiluctuity ,not pel form. a bundle of gtoceiies/ for your lar, )( not tet.Sprigg,. making/ a germination Jl I nt.C::. .'too. ... - - _Adniltitat' rator.- A

+, "''I is perhaps not generally, known. der. Dc'inaml, la-h and pay the coin
: with daily papers that would he a of the plant the multiplicity of / MIIIII: ur 'l"II'lo'I''OK'I'ur
n l', credit five but it is a fact nevertheless, that thei"u of the realm in all of yam dealings'/ .
: to places times the size in I new appliances, the enlargements in I'liinl lllMt*hsirav*

I{ i commercial activity, demonstrating the operating force-all combine\ toYS spapers of Florida refuse to ineit and theieby establish yourself in I I I\ I 1111' 111' I 01T1 Jl "(..:. STATIC

many advertisements to the extent I your community. The- dead-head' system FlemingCLEANING Iii ll.llllll. l>sil-ol.\: IM' \TV.

\" I of several I hundreds of dollars and the dead-heat paten keeps 'In ri :..lnlr nf Leer{.> II. try, d.ce.-

at I every year merely !because they do tie I nevvspapeis, III a hopeless, poveityt fill, .
Noli'\ I i- h. i I. l I.v Kivei, to nil whomii
i 'f not regard/ the subject matter asproper -t iii-ken' way Show me the newspaper in., i', ''SI'III, ,. ''Io.u, lli.. loth day
1 that PRESSING ''I I I'l ." i. 'ml.I \ "I' I'MS I Khali apply
It'adlnfOI'/ the public, or because swaps its space for merchandise I ,lo 'h i 1 II..ni.i' .,.M.. '/' M Murphy, Judge!

Per they )believe the propositions as and you will, by investigation, find! DYEING ...It ; f H.ilil: 101111 o5 .Iu lKik of :I'rohatc. for
Gal.b ,
$1 Ilikely to induce confiding readers. to that the printers in that establishmentare I ; inv tin lln.il i-Bi.ite iliHi-haitii<.r lieiirite UM Aornlnlmratrlxof Ivoy deceased.

.i rain make unwise investments. How many being paid in due bills and orderson REPAIRINGLeave . und that at the same time I will
-- I present to said Court my final accounts
merchants will refuse to handle any the local merchants. The paper ... Administratrix of Raid estate, and
word
that rl my house nod clo bf. .aisle fur their approval.
\ -I article of commerce: not restricted by 'runs dead-head advertisementsand will be 01' lied) lor and returned UI2L.LA IVEJr.

state or federal law? complimentary notices anticipat- -- U.tl.IIQ6nio.l.d| Administratrix.

"How many banks or bankers will n reciprocal return makes itself cheap,' Satisfaction Guaranteed Order for I'ultllrallosi.M .-

". '' refuse to accept as'; collateral bonds lowers its dignity at once admitsits

; 01: stock of any corporation of known stock in trade worthless aII" not >'llli : 1"1'I"'I"Y.
To close out. we offer while (1111"f1); ATLANTIC LINE:
i intrinsic" \alue, leganllc's, of the fact' worthy I the confidence of decent people I' I lilt 11I' I III 111'. "T tTK: OK KI.OHn -

\''whether. they" anecuilties' which'they and should die as they gemtallydo. > \. -I\I-.NIII: JIDIIIVI. ("flI -
in'
; it lasts 200 gallons of ready could not ailvise, then clientto Political! graft and chanty ale Via Lake Okcei'hohcc und the Kverglades. < IT. ..... 1:111.4. < 'OI NT1.IN .
I II tS Kill.
mixed IN I invest./ A great maj<.ilty of the Florida frowned' down ny, all reputablepa)pels.Advci / .
paints COLORS at I.I.! I-1, o'llrrrj. lo.pl.lnent, ss It. M. R.
pjcs will not al'.pt' ad\fit isei timers do not put 1" >111/,. .beiausethey ( ;io by boat down the Kisimmee -mill", ".-r<'ixlnnliIt.

: the low of $1.00 i incuts vvhnli toiitain, pi onuses of ate infatuated with the peisonnel User: through Lake Okcechobee and .. Opp.| dfing' liv aflliln\lt appended to
very price lli, lull lit. 'i in' tli. "I..t'd causn
i diiubl" ful good faith' that .field: good of your publication. It is a matter the I F.\figlades; to either Fort :Myers lilt It M I II: Smith, the defendant

per gallon. No white paint in- II-ti\rn though t they sue oiheiwisceiitnely of business with a business con, on the (half; in Fort Lauderdale on -I.tli-, ,il."I tIn' .n.iiioil.l-'loii.l.i" IN -mil a ....'lJl.ld.t/his r.-Mldi-nce of the.Is

legitimate./ In fhf aggiegatethis )( ( : "'III. If the investment 'is not profit- laud: t ( a-t. This I i- the finest inland iiMKli"\\n\ noil. ox.i lli- IIKIof twcn-

this lot. Here .rejcted, )hu-nf.-- reel her .111 immense' !I I able, the contract I Is cancelled 'unnieI water the vvoilcl, t\-"ii". \. '" N It IN tli-ri'ior-I ordor'-il
is your chanceto I trip) in Nowhere in I that.ml" 111"1'1.'' nl. d| I I. nilant ho and

cam annually and the only ;I I:11I1.pd iliatelV Newspapei: men in Florida America Ilea wild bird and game life :I IP,.::1I'7.r"' .i "in i. 111 l" I'laltit:Ilull.d, : nli-il.. io in: appear Hafd: cause to th"I on,

secure a high grade satisfactory compensation, to tin- newpaper' for mole business solve and corn- he viewed in such abundance. Writeor 'a, I I., foi ih, IK! il.tv. of Si'ptcrnbur, A.
tills lo. > ul'Iest'nut'I I Is the ; men ial| "XP"'I"'H'' ('. All oily-longued wire, I I' 1'> 1:1: olhil-WlHe' Ih.,- nll.-gatluns ofSlid
conilousness :
I Menge tiros., FortI'ers: forreservations. dill will' In laki-ti IIH eiMifcssed b>
paint ?below first cost. of rectitude and an tlhical obligation sharper may come along who would 23tf iihl It IH fuiili.i oiili-red. Hint this orderli
to its-public.! Vet the unthinking. be arrested if he /attempted to ..obtaincredit > )|)1,1.11..1..1] oni-i,, It w.I k for eight

SD pink to critici-e, and i ul1c1"IIII1.1 at a !..a"k.Ild not sc-cure a < i OIIHI ''''lh ,. weeks" III the Kluslmmee
S Sill. \ n.I7..1. ,
H n' Hpaper puhltslii'd
1 Sf-ni entirely unavvaie; "I'till' -aen-, collar! fiom a haberdasher or a drinkof Ili s.ilil I'oiiMtv and I S'u"' '

../...;' i (fi ice for inciple. 1 whiskey from a barroom on his .7he: ITRJa'L9R. This, Illllli'; .1 la\.I.; OVKItSTHKKT.of June., 1913: (Seal)

. .'.' 1 "Floiula journalism ., 'lIot :a bed I of i| wot Idly} assets and yet our newspapers I I ; F Solicitor I, HI II liS.for 1'lerk Circuit Court.27-8t

:," ',. 'i. | lose.as. many) of the niMiibfiof. I will let him go the limit; he may 1 PftTtf161AY144( I Complainant.

.,' 'J:' I the Fouith l Kstate; can tluthfully tes- negotiate/ for all the advertising and 'JTOVMIKBTAMMflA I

j lify; nor is tit a paradise restriited;' only I job work he wants und laugh/ at the 'MAIL into fi..a ORDtft'Mirr JmYlCt.I MicfjPR9T1PT I I It pays to advertise--try. a "want

: 1 I toai'nts, an abode foi the punof bill collector when a statement ii ---.1 ad" in this paper.

:. W. B. MAKINSON CO. i heart and sinless souls. Just as other !II I


? I by piofe-sions. scamps,, who it I is. under sometimes its cloak!invaded of I -r...'_;_;...._:--x">'...i ,,4 M i? .;..'r:-:-:-:-}.rrr: < ryr 6{_:-:-:.+r:: + :..r.+ iM ,


:' Kissimmee Florida respectablity dishonor t their vocations I e
and besmirch .
I their good! names. Yeti

: there i.s consolation in the thoughtthat '

r' I in no other profession is it so I'I'I

( : difficult to hide; deceit or conceal dis
.If Your
honesty. On the other hand it can Eyes

; I I I I I I 1.11 II I I I III III II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I be truthfully. said that in no other. profession j t .
b':
i- J. C. A. CARSON J. A. CRANFORD. S. I.. I.TJPFEHk can there be found more unceasing i
; ,ir it.t f'r.dent, Vtc.-rr.
= aUient. Secretary tireless
.n J' self-sacrificing/ devotion !
r
, to public. service more resolute 1 Are not satisfactory, take them'i i

consecration of duty to the

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. weal, such generous support common in- f: to Cole and find out the trouble. .

pFt.ti t.ti I behalf of every public enterprise such .
inflexible in .. : '
courage .xpo..illgpuhlic .. He fits
spectacles
wrongs and subjile evils, a broader '1' properly and at ..

dt'', rw spirit toward 1.
4t Rough and Dressed c. every charitable or religious -
propaganda aid a like un-, t reasonable prices. At

quenchable patriotism which throbs i f

t. PINE LUMBER responsive to the loftiest ideals of en- .

$ lightened citizenship.
; Cole's
: Bride Hats Instead of Hos..... Jewelry Store
:
"We have been throwing bouquet

1' ) HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY until our flower garden is somewhatdepleted ) ,

'I' ; a few brick bats will now
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: be tossed and
I t I .il you don't dodge, :

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,JULY '4, 1913., 'THE KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY G. ZETTE. '. ', FACE 5.s,

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lONGS FOR DEAR weather through May and June being 1'will be appointed Marshal of the Nor. Yifiiii! ! !fHfi! !fiYiYi'IifiYIYiIi! ! !fi"Slli! '
the cause. them District of Florida. This ,vacancy "

,We arived at Gallon, Ohio, at 5 I a. I ITHENATION'S'CAPITAL provided the present Marshall i '' ,
m. on June 15th. stopping for dinner not removed, is about one,year off, ;
OLD FLORIDA HOMEWHEREUFEISBUSSFUEAM with Mrs, Funk, sister; had a nice but Perkins seems the most likely man I Posterity Furniture iw <
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visit with them until 2:30, then we hit (By WINFIELD'JONES) for the Job
the Erie R., R. for Ashland and Jer 'ti An effort will be made to have J. *
meville; arrived at Jeromeyille in Washington; D., C*, June 28.: D.: Calhoun appointed as postmasterat 1A
due time and found the folks all well Greatly to the. surprise of membersof Tampa, a vacancy which ,will notoccur THE old .furniture..like. -.;
and mighty glad to see us. the- Florida 'Congressional 'delegation . -for another- six 'months.But *
No use to tell you what we have and to many persona in Florida, Representative Sparkman will probably !Ii' our grandfathers ,!IIi',
been doing for you know what the Judge James Fennimore Cooper, I object to this as he has already
C. H. FUNK WRITES FROM WOOjS"TERT order is when one has not been home Griggs, of DeFuniak Springs, has i several candidates for the position !Ii bought, seldom found !IIi
for six )'eare-just- ,it and eat young been nominated by- President Wilson I with better endorsement ,than'.thoseof / -' U
; ,'I'ltAT-THE-W Am: chicken all the time. We have only to be Collector' of Customs. for the' Calhoun. Failing to secure Cal. ,nowadays.
'ER IS ABSOLUTELY UN been here a little over two week and District of Florida., The' Senate has houn's appointment to thi_. position ;
we have had.winter and summer. already confirmed Judge Griggs. I Secretary Bryan probably will feel + The old-fashoned 'in- 1, ' '
J 1 BEARABLE. Now let ''me say to.,you right here, This bears out prediction made compelled to provide for Calhoun in
-t if anyone says to you that it is hot in in these despatches several days ago I,his own department, and it'is reported I'
Florida in summer, just tell them thattherarebaghouse.We when i it was stated that Judge Griggs j .that he,maT be appointed Consul egiity .and solidness of
looked like the most probable General to -Cuba, position- .with.*
have -
Ohio actually
June-28
Wooater, ; 1918; nominee'l J'- -ri '
My Dear Friend Triplett, Kissimmee, suffered more from the heat in although no one else was salary. of $8,000 a\year. construction is almostentirely
Fla.: 0 the last two days and nights than in admit that he had a chance as he had Perkins for appolntJl1entUnited

Just a few lines this A. M. while I the four years we spent in Florida. all along been an avowed candidatefor States'Marshal and Calhoun appoint. gone.
have some time to kill. I wanted to Yesterday the thermometer registered Marshal of the Northern District. ed to'a position in the Consular ser- I'

write you sooner but have been have 104 in the shade.. Judge Griggs' appointment can vice seems the most likely forecast at TimeWas' when the !
ing such'a big time haven't had time It is almost impossible to sleep. It really be attributed to the friendship this time from a Washington view \ "
( was 84 at 9 m. and I believe in held for him by Secretary of the point. v '
to write. As yet the Valley Gazetted p. our furnitnre of the ;
| hasn't reached us. If by and causeit room-well, I don't know how hot Treasury ..MeAdoo. Mr. McAdoo met W. R..' Dorman has been nominatedfor !H Ii fathers !fi
hasn't been sent wish would it was; I know we took turns fanning Griggs last summer at the Baltimore appointment as postmaster at Live '
mail back numbers from June you 10 and until we fell asleep through shear ex- convention where McAdoo was one of Oak. This nomination was sent to !H descended :to the children jjjt; <
haustion. Dwight said last night the most prominent Wilson J leaders the Senate after a long contest over

oblige.We.are getting homesick to the "Oh, I wish*I. was in- Florida untilmorning and where Griggs was a professeddelegate charges filed against Dorman by un- and thence to the grand !
see ." for,Wilson, first, last and all successful candidates in Florida, 'and V
One doesn't realize
Gazette. the valueof
such until haven't the We were in our old town, Creston, the time Griggs had been for Wilson others, chief among them.being Rep- children.
chance to a paper it week.we last week, also at Seville. It is a back in Florida in the primaries resentative L'Engle, who has frequently iiI' fil'
see every sight how people are thinkingof He was still for Wilson when he got: I volunteered the statement that he That'was "
We left Florida the many what ,
on Wednesday,
:
going to Florida this winter., There to Baltimore and being one of the would personally see that Dorman was we ;t ;
18th 1 in Jackson- .
m. on arriving
ville it p.was ;'so much cooler than at is quite a few who are already inter- real "originai[ Wilson men" his presence never appointed. L'Engle called on call ""Posterity" furniture.
lIe Postmaster General Burleson several
ested down there.I wa most notable. quickly .
Kissimmee we had to hunt up our saw our old friend Tanner and became acquainted with McAdoo and I times and made charges against Dor-

thought'trunk and at get this heavier time of clothing.it was We Mr. Evans, who spend their winters their frjendship ripened as the finally j I man, but the Postmaster General paid It ,is the 'kind of furniture ' ,
.
year in went before Wilson no attention to evidently con.
Orlando. They are surely Florida on was L'Engle. I ..
warm enough but however for summer clothing boosters. nominated. Before the Baltimoreconve1tion [ sidering his protests of no weight. rJi we sell--.dependable I',
anywhere, we found out ,
I don't know whether we will stay / was over tley'had) become Representative Clark has been tire
different. The next: morning as we close friends. less his efforts Dorman's
out our time or not. It may be we in to secure II old.fashoned furniture [
stuck our noses out the car in Atlanta -
-
will have to hurry back to Kissimmeeto Judge Griggs came to Washingtonabout nomination and thus far has conducted - ,
Ga., there was snow in the air. two weeks avowed successful It is ,'}, .
get cooled off. I will close for this ago as an a fight. probable '' "in 1
Say, that made me feel like jumping time, not wishing to tire you too candidate for the office of Marshal of I L'Engle will carry his fight to the x 'new .only style >
about some. I had almost forgottenhow the Northern District of Florida Senate Committee Postoffices in ,
much. Say, If you haven't already an on an and
bracing and fine it was to get forwarded my paper to Jeromeville, office paying $3,000 per annum. Opposed -I endeavor to block: Dorman's confirmation !x 1 design. = ; .

into this kind of climate, although wish you would do so at once.Respectfully to him were George Ward, anda but his efforts will probably be t
rather sudden. If you will remem- man named Perkins, a cousin oi fruitless there as they have been"at ; We have bed room
ber just at this time there was three Attorney General McReynolds. the Postofflce Department. L'Engle's
C. H. FUNK.
inches of snow in North Carolina. Grigg's chances in a contest against boasted "pull" seems to be growing iiI chairs and ,rockers .'
The corn and cotton crop through PerkiMS, after McReynolds had dp- !less with both the executive and legis- 'I''I'suits

Georgia is very late; many places just MODERN CHIVALRYIN clared himself in favor of the ap- lative bodies the longer he remains in tables--.in short : "
It odd for a complete -
coming up. seems just pointment of Perkins, did not appear Washington.II. ,
traveling so short a time there shouldbe very roseate. But Griggs was nomi- :
such a change in climate. Just be- nated for an office paying $6,000 a B. Jeffries of Zephyr Hills which line of the best"posterity" I
fore leaving home I gathered some THE SOUTH has a large number of old Confederateand

sweet corn for seed and it was per- year.A few days after Griggs came here Union soldiers among its inhabi- goods. ,
fectly ripe, too. he arranged with Representative Wil- tants, passed through Washington to- I 'I: f fx
We arrived at Cincinnati about two son to take him to the Departmentof day on his way to the Gettysburg encampment. '
hours late, but got a train out at MEN WORK TEN HOURS A DAY Justice to introduce him to Attor- Mr. Jeffries is a Union "
midnight over the Big 4 to Cleveland, ney General McReynolds, who has, veteran. He called on Representative "
passing through Dayton and Columbia next to President Wilson, the final decision Sparkman.\ .and talked with him for !fi'Ii

before morning.. We didn't get to see with regard to appointment of some time. OsceolaHardware !fi'
much of the flooded district; on our WHILE CHILDREN ARE FORCED' U. S. Marshals. In passing the 4b
return we expect to visit Dayton and Treasury Department, Gnggs remarked Representative Wilson was lunch- x '
others of the flooded towns. TO LABOR ELEVEN HOURSA that he would like to "just drop in" eon guest today of Speaker and Mrs. .gj '..

On our way from Cincinnati during DAY IN NORTH CARO and renew his acquaintance with Mc- Champ Clark in the Speaker's private '
the night we got so cold we could not Adoo. The Secretary of the Treasurywas dining room at the Capitol. In the
I LINA COTTON MILLS. glad to see Griggs and told himso. party also were Representative Clay- .
sleep; so had to make a complaint. t
told the conductor that the people up In the course of the conversation -i ton and Mrs. Clayton of Alabama, and I Kisgimmee CompanY'1 1 1yiI51i'i
Representative Doolittle of Arkansas.The -:- '
here might not mind such weather, Griggs mentioned that he was a i :
but it was too cold for Florida Crackers Men working ten hours a day in candidate for the office of U. S. Mar- Speaker telephoned to Wilson and .

promised, that that we couldn't he would stand change it enginesat ; so he the mills where women and children shal"was in nice"Florida and, and that McAdoo he would said speakto that along extended and an bring invitation Mrs. Wilson to him, and to come was 'I''' !f;$ $$!Iililililifil16lili! ! ! ! ! !Ii. !fifiYili' ! YiliYi! ! i'' &,i F

Columbus, 0.; and heat us up some. work eleven hours a day: a citizenof President Wilson in his behalf, but much surprised to learn that Emmett, i i

There was something wrong with the North Carolina writes to tho Na- remarked that he legretted the Judgewas was a bachelor. I ,. ,, f4-
General E. M. Law of Bartow 1
,
a
Columbus not.a candidate for office under
steam connections, so from tional Child Labor Committee with
his department. Griggs said there distinguished Confederate General l, I
till morning we got warmed up
on at this in his
surprise phenomenon was a visitor in Washington today on I
X and had a good snooze. was only one office in the Treasury I
native State. he would have and after much his way to the Gettysburg encamp
This kind of weather is rather unusual -\ ques-
ment. I
here for this time of year. "Last week I saw in two counties inNorth tioning by McAdoo admitted that office ,

Nearly all of the corn through this Carolna what seems to me to was was said the of it Collectorship.then. No more Senator Fletcher-has received several 1 i 3,

section is frozen to the ground and be about the most successful butchery As was related in these despatchesa invitations to deliver addresses I '

looks as if it is killed. of the laws of chivalry that I have few days ago a member of the Flor- I before banker's and farmer's associa-- I j,
The wheat crop is fine. I don'tthink ever known. Somehow it seemed to ida Congressional delegation in'con lions in different sections of the country LD1812IIel
I ever saw any better prospectsfor ference with Secretary McAdoo was because of his acknowledged familiarity -
w
a big wheat crop. The grasa will me to do violence to that instinct going carefully over the merits of with the agricultural credits : .

be short; the heavy frosts ana dry which makes a man lift his hat or the different candidates for Collector problem. He has received an invitation ''CKIL.5 ,

run to do any service for a womanor when he was suddenly interrupted by I' to address the South CarolinaDanker's / ; ,.
'
Association at Lake Toxa- ',
a" McAdoo asking if Griggs was not a
show 'kindness to child. .
What l looks most like a choice, a good man. This was the very first way on July 11; an' invitation to ad- in o; _' "

tender, juicy steak T "At two different places I, saw wo- intimation, given that McAdoo was dress the North Carolina Banker's AS.// ., "" i

men and children go to work ,at'alx considering Griggs. >* , sociation at Asheville, on July ; ,.,' ', "f", ,,
'
The different candidates for the 'office and another invitation to address the : *
in the morning., There.
were scores J
? Florida Farmer's Educational and Cooperative OLIARSVT \; ,,."JtJ 11;
women Angle, Crane, lo'recker,and Craw +,. '.. !.
of them. Just hour after the ,
one ford came here and saw Secretary Union at Lake City on July ,!' "I,,
and children went to work, I McAdoo at his request. J. D. ''Cal- 10th.: The subjects before the two .
-" ': "
:saw the men go to work. They came houn and Mr. Bowyer of Tampa were | banker's associations suggested for
I from practically the same community.Men also prominently mentioned, and there { the address is on banking and currency s
reform in its relation to the
was general difference of opinion as rural -
working ten hours, women and to who would Be appointed. I I I districts, and that before the far- .
children working eleven hours! It is Griggs was promptly confirmed as mer's union in J Florida is on agricultural -
t OU accomplish much through saving little out of .
there going on all the time, all the both Florida Senators agreed to his credits. Senator Fletcher will can a : ..
and it he will I I accept these invitations possible, as each '
week, all the month, all the year appointment, is possible pay.
be able to take office July 1st when he is particularly interested in the dis-
"If women and children can work I|: semination of knowledge the
the Customs reorganization is effect- among
.
eleven hours, why not men? Theycan I| farmers and rural bankers of things The seemingly little dimes and nickels will soon grow to aur"i,

but we have learned that it does ed.As for John Martiiv .who' at pres- pertaining to the rural credit system prising and delightful proportions, and mall beginning will
your
not pay to have men work so long. ent is holding the office of Collector I' now being studied in Europe by the f'.

at Jacksonville, his resignation is on American Commission. pave the way to a comfort giving bank account. ,
to have much
Nobody seems given "
Representative Wilson .
today rec-
file with the Treasury Department to j i I
thought to the women and children. take effect July 1, Word has reached commended to Postmaster General<<:
THIS BANK WILL HELP YOU _
Why another choice, tender, juicy They simply take what is i coming. here that Martin is seeking to withdraw I Burleson the appointment of A'i (correct ".

steak! They are not in position to raise any his resignation. If Martin tries i:1 ) City.Hogebooji as postmaster at Panama ASK US ABOUT-IT TODAY. . ** *
to make about his '
a row withdrawing
. -. -- -------.-.-- objection."Is resignation it is believed he will be Representative Wilson today 'held s
a man to be polite and helpfulto immediately discharged.The : a conference with Secretary of the ,,
..
STEAKS nntform in only a certain part of our women I Navy Daniels in an effort to have the l
are Naval decision >'J
OUR Secretary announce some .
and children? No one of us but following Florida postmasters : :with ;
to the Pensacola
regard
quality. They are in a class would hasten to'help .a woman'or a were today nominated by President Navy Yard. It is undetstood that '"
Wilson James Haiter South Jack. :
,
child but I tell in these two : Daniels has under :. t
Secretary
now con-
by themselves, and at t the head you sonville; W. It. Dorpian, Uv OH|:: I K. sideration plan of using the Pensa STATE BANK OF '
a
North Carolina counties I saw women J. Ricou, Stuart, H. S. Abbe, Sarasota.
cola station for the advanced
of their dass. and children working an hour'longer, Washington, D. C. June 30.-With instruction yard as a of marines and -

going to. work an hour earlier, than appointment of a Collector of Customsfor possibly quarter about 2,000 marines may KISSIMMEE j:'
the District of Florida out of the
".** the men. If the men can take this there.
way, and a political debt paid off in .
hour, why not give it to the women the of Judge James F. "i.
appointment ,
The telegram from Tues 5+
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following
ho'ie'stock and children C. the discussion -- '
Griggs to ,
position
COME from
(
day's Tampa Times seems to explainthe .. J
+ sI THEY "I heard an officer in ono of these among the Florida delegation in situation as far as Col.! Calhoun is ',"

designed for those who appreciate nrrlla: working eleven hours by day Washington today was with regardto concerned.-Ed. ", ,. ,, '
what will be done for J. D. Cal-
choice meats. Come and twelve hours by night pray to houn, the close friend of Secretary of This afternoon Col. J. D. Calhoun i ; S
I God that, we be shown our full duty. State William Jennings Bryan, and received the following telegram) from x Capil $50.000.00. t

and make your choice. As the words fell from his lips, I with Mr. Perkins, first cousin of Attorney Washington, D. C.: Surplus 30000.00. Depositors Security 130000.00 : k
could not but think that an answer General McReynolds. "Washington, D. C., July 1. 1918. -
. It is the belief in well informed "Mr. J. D. Calhoun, Deputy Collectorin Officers and Director 4 p
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-- -- -- to that prayer was woefully needed circles in Washington that both these charge, Tampa, Fla.: .
in his case." men will be taken care of. It became "You are appointed custodian of the c. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE. ViCe Preit.M. ; !

impossible to appoint Calhoun to the postoffice building, Tampa, effective
Vice .
SAM STORY KATZ. 2nd Prest. '
Dogwood, the principal source of position of Collector of Customs be- today, vice John P. Cushing, relieved. :

PROPRIETOR shuttles for use in cotton mills, is cause Senators Fletcher and Bryan Letter follows. ROMA THOMAS Assistant Cashier
I were both opposed to him, and the appointment "Allen." 1I,
r RULL BASS MARKET( growing scarcer year by year, and of Griggs was a happy so- The signature is that of Sherman ,

various substitutes are being tried, lution of the tangle. Allen, assistant secretary of the treas.I -

but with no great success. The opinion here is that Perkins ury. mss 1 ';

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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.
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I ,, "rr' I F of.. service toque, in- many -ways 'in nr
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.q'r''';' '; The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. YEAR BOOK OP THEAGmCULTURAL : forml "acquaintances u ** and; even '

I friendships that will not be adjournedat iy
PUBLISHED HVERV FRIDAT. 'OFFICE IS VALLEY GAZETTE) BUILDING. DEPT.tiMiTEIl"N11M13E1tSENT the tap'of the president's gavel ..tlhe

mi'' .. _.__."..______ KISSIMMI! !._OSCI OL-A: COUNTY FLORIDA. ---"- I I end of the afternoon session.
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: ,- =---1-- L'ENGLE. I benefit of which will be more con II II I I II'++1.4+
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"Oncopy,-.1 l imontha'r1u. -.u.-.cJ.cop:1l1.rJ.l..JIt9Ji.LII: _' _=j.L; Through-4he--. u.1'teay.of.-Congress.: spicuously: apparent we are ..
\ : '' '' = : 'ffifpre flieWwittrthein"thnablecadvantages -- ---- ..__.. ,
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jr! AH communication, c '' ouc authorised t correspondents
i signed by the writer. I re-ceived\ and pleasures of the social i : .. WE WISH TO'ANNOUNCE THAT t-
Rejected mutter will rIot bo returned unlen railed for ) intercourse that we have all] enjoyed. !
4, : I Agriculture/, for' free distribution to Heretofore many-perhaps most- h. BEGINNING JULY IOTA OUR ,
Bntered. at.the J? tOft'IQ'e In Xt lmmee, Vlorldtt. an *tecond-cla' a,mall matter. ] the citizens of this county. There are 'q
: P'i "T1 ." " : .. .. ,.. only twenty of these volumes whichi of the newspaper fraternity of the ''If STORE WILL HI* CLOSED ,ON
1 1 FRIDAY JUIVY-1.-T9JS.- --- mil-he jriven- to the-first-whd-apply. .,..stateJUMLWeach, ilheronly. throughthe ...
''C.-- .-' '_ ; The volume contains 781 pages, and medium of the pages of their paper .!-.!. -- 'TlIIRSOAYAn'JmNOONfI'UNTIIr'j'i ; : .-
1 filled with information ... .
I .' 1 on even for there have been numerous < ; u
subject that would the attcn NOTICE"
I < engage ;: FURTHER ,
. t lion of u farmer, fruit-grower or stock, ) accessions( to their ranks since the :
i : '' : The Special Illustrated Edition of the ''....hN. It also contains a review of last meeting, an dthese hve had un- I q."I' ;.
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the weather conditions of the United til now no opportunity; to form the 6Y

I :I'I Kissimmee Valley Gazette will be issued having States. fid)(It I half-tone is profusely plates illustrated, 10 lithographic \personal acoi linturcthit: ; is so essential I I "J"I'I 'b: +++. . II" .i M i M M I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1,1"1

I I platen and 1'J! text figures. to an uccura'e e"tip file (.f

-, on the 18th of this month. Those who j'for I Especially public is speakers the year and book for valuable investigators , I moral the physical man. and intellectualand ,i DUTTON M pA I OMpANY.t .

and have in many lines of endeavor. We know each other better now, I t .
'' desire space in its columns, not i, fhowl.newfthalo. I Ioon
; and its hope that it is not too muchto :

<; )-BY J expect as a continuation of the .1,;.,.'
already engaged same would do well to I ".' ,
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We "welcomed
the the
coming, and j good" feeling so manifest during ".

I now we are called upon to "speed theparting1 session, that there will hereafter be .!..:-:..:->e-x-----:+>-X.---------:.<
"J a call on W. B. Collins, at this office, guest" The former was done \-fewer asperities engendered, fewer .. -y:{...... {-:

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with the greater grace and cordiality; spats and wrangles arising as they '.
i: Without delay, as it will l be impossible to I (he latter is done only as a duty. almost always do from misunderstandings giving with ability, generosity and efficiency -" Kellow, Fort Myers Press; G. M. .

For three days a larger number of of each other's points of view their talents to the work of Goolsby, Wauchula Advocate; Albert ;

> tape new business the last few days before : !the members of the Florida Press association and u lack.of knowledge of each (getting out the issues of the paper II. Roberts of Fort Myers; A. L.Cleveland i

than have ever met together ,\ otherV characteristics. for the past three days. Fort Meade Leader; Rube r:

;' : its issue. I Uefore have been assembled in our W(' hire naturally" been brought I)I The Times desires to 'assure these !' Allyn! Sarasota Sun; J. II. Reese of \j

!I city transacting the business; affaii! into closer contact with some of the friends that the bonds that have been j Kfasimmee; S. J. Triplett, Kissimme \

t, I of the organization and, we hope, enjoying member' the fraternity than with formed between us during the brief (;iuzette; F. I). Waterman of New
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:"' '' ' -I / the relaxation and rest from other1') and have thus formed closer time of their stay will not be BO evan- York and Eustis; Marcy B. Darnall y'J.:

: : xF; ; of the Things We the year-long grind in the/ divertisc friend-hip* with,' them.) Especially is c"-enl but will endure through the (:' Key West Citizen. 1. :;

IJ mc'iitthat were devised for their entertuinment. this true ati) theist who fell in with' years. high on the list of our most To these, and to all their and our : 4.

'' our scheme( of having the visiting editor | cordially remembered conferes are in- f.lloml'mbers of the Florida Press +'1:'

L Saw and Did at Tampa' It has. we doubt not )been a profit take iliar>r< of The Times for scnln-d the names of Clarence E. j association, The Times staff says ,\:,"

+. abl"! season to most of( the purlinl the three, days
,'y, -- l>a lWe know that it has proven; ,, have 'ix-en with u- much of the time Frank E. Harris, Ocala Banner; Frank ,again."-Tampa Times. t ::

1114) For the first tune since connecting in Tampa last week, says he has attended / I ?
with a load I pencil/ ( in the front office a number of meetings the
!, of a Florida now-spapc-r, we took advantage Wisconsin Press> Association when the '" .
\? of the opportunity to attend entertainment was juhtly considered -
, a State I'rt-hf. convention lust week very line and the hospitality of the' I '
,','" in Tampa. people lavish but in these respects A LEAF OFHISTORY
:t: It's a big job for a countryman of fain pa certainly outclassed any other
/1:1.:? this editor's size to tell of the big place he has ever seen. The Board f
things he saw and did at Tampa, the Trade and other institutions and citizens ,
)'.. metropolis of Middle and South Florida I| of Tampa had provided so much -
,' '. and the natural gateway to the Ifor I the editors and printers to see and
; Panama Canal. In fact, we believe enjoy that the business sessions of the { .
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the job is a mite too big for most association had to be curtailed as muchas I .,
any of the bunch that was there; -but I possible, but here as elsewheie the ''i
anyhow, we'll tackle it briefly. \ spirit of good fellowship and happiness < .
What we saw was a city that is a prevailed, and much was accomplished '
credit even to such a grand state as toward placing the editorial ai, ,
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Florida. Its buildings its streets, its profession and the printing business
i. general air of business, its push and upon a higher plane of dignity and
go and general up-to-nowness made usefulness. This good spirit was par- -
f us feel glad that we lived in the sec ticularly manifest in the election of !
4 y' tion of the state that had as its foremost the association officers. There was ''I.
( city one of such gigantic pro- no electioneering on the part of any-
+ ,. portions. onu. It has been the custom to elect .

1 But the bull :::jia iior the streets the vice president to the presidency, ''|

s:' .i they make are Tampa,, the biggest-Ha the people people-and, the most I and electing this "Pastor custom was Bill' followed Russell, of out I'a-In'I OU CANNOT FEEL THE FULLNESS OF INDEPENDENCEthat
latka by acclamation, in full confidencethat
prosperous hospitable people lookingpeople we ever, met.the most And he would prove a worthy successor -. is by heritage the right of the American citizen :. ,-
j to Frank Mayes of 1'ensucola, than
r the chief of all these big people was
_.. fellow named Wallace I"'. Stovall ] whom none could have been better. \
a so long as you are hard up. Pay cash and avoid '
who owns the Tribune Florida's leading Then; when the name of R. J. !Holly of |

ti, go: to morning Tampa daily.and ask Is he the big smallest? Just Sanford instant was mentioned approval was for vice given president and- spooks-- -The Credit Witch is the mother of hard times. ;

boot-black who has for years led the he was likewise elected by acclarrfa- :
fight for a bigger a better a grander tion. No one would think of dispensing A comparison of the following prices with those made by the average credit store .
Tampa, and if he don't answer "Wal with tb valuable services of will convince that it
you pays to pay cash and an inspection of methods will
lace Stovall," you pan put it down he's I T. J. Apple and of Tallahassee in the our prove
r, ; t an alien'and don't belong in Florida. laborious office of secretary after his I that the ancient ox-wagon methods of credit as practiced by fossils, of years ago,. must t!:;.
+ And the same applies to hundreds having filled it BO faithfully the past I be in the
placed archives of the
of 'others in a little lesser degree: twenty-three years, and he was re- past along with the history of the deeds of blood and :i

There was Ed. Larabright the duck elected by acclamation, as were alsoJ. carnage. ?,
1 who writes the heavies for the Tri W. White of Jacksonville, as treasures '
;,' bune; there was 1 1). B. McKay, who and J, II. Humphries of Braden- I
I owns the best afternoon newspaper Association.town as meniber/ of the National Press I FRIDAY, JULY 4TH, WE DECLARE OUR INDEPENDENCE OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM \y,
in the South and is the mayor-a great Everybody agreed it was I
A big man all over, brains, body and the best meeting they had ever attended. -

heart. There's Hob Bentley, who and establish the first and cash
only store in Kissimmee.
ever operated We will
totes around the blue pencil on the earn \ '

Times, and Worthington who is responsible -I.L.O"r.--. . . '...IJ...-."."""." ..-.."..".........-.-.'.,........'.. estly devote the time wasted and the money lost on charge accounts to the lowering of \ '
for the extraordinaryamount + prices the saving of many dollars to the betterment of your financial condition. 5
of local in that
news splendid I NARCOOSSEE.r. 4I .

afternoon paper. > .. 0 I !
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FRIDAY
JULY 4TH.GROCERIES
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acquired -:- FRIDAY JULY 4TM
I Mr. Robert Evans spent Wednesday ,
vice. That was Willis Powell, the --- --
indefatigable -
r in Kissimmee on business I
',t ,,1 (whatever that means) A. E. Drought of St. Cloud made a .
k hustler, worker and all-round booster I j'
; 1 business call to this place on Wednes- I'i
p, f lie had charge of things!! in general. I ,,'
fi That's enougn. Everybody who has day.Mr.. SHOESWe i
Parnell called this .
m been to Tampa during the past four business.Mr. at place on White Salt Meat --_____--___ .15 "'. .

'. years knows what occurred to us Joseph Johnson has completedsome 10 I Ib! pail Cottolene ___u___ 1.30 'I
country editors: .
i And there's a place across the bay. Farm surveying Co. here for the Narcoossee 4 Ib pail Lard ______________ .40 have the well known Battle Ax .yt ln ''J '

Is it necessary to name it? Hardly; Mr. T os. Little spent Sunday vis- 20 Ib good ,> 'hite Rice ______ 1.00 and Shield brands No ; Et, '
better
shoes
.4 but as we have subscribers in -
India the
r iting patrons of School District'
i J6 Ib whole grain Rice __ __ 1.00 I
Bulgaria and HindooKtan, we/d best No. 25, he having been appointed u u ever made track in Florida sand. L
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call that name--St. Petersburg. It's teacher to that district. Mr. Charles 3 pkgs.: Oat Flakes ____u___= .25 : ).
not as large as Tampa by some fifty Dennison and Edward Mitzel accom- 6 cakes I To enable us to devote our entire timeto Sold in every store where quality it ;'f
thousand inhabitants, but the people panied him. ? Octagon Soap ________ .25 I considered.
there will size up with any on this Miss Lillian Hull of Fort Myers- 1 tb uncolored Japan Tea .50 J groceries, we will close out at 10% 5i
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old terra firma, we don't care where spent Sunday with her cousin 5it
Sy t they are. There's a fellow over there Blanche Brack of this place. Miss 4 Ib Navy leans ____________ .25 ; above cost our entire shoe departmentat t

,,. i named Straub. lie's another great Miss Kitty Marsh of St. Cloud spenta I 10 Ib Meal or Grits __________ .25 I once': 1.e'i .
big man. Of course he owns a news- few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Me-
paper. To be as big as he is'he has Nerlan at Lake Ilendon. I 0 1 Ib size, per doz. .90 *
;+ to own a newspaper. The saw mill is now running on full' 2 Ib size per doz. 1.30 .t\
e; What did we do? Now there are a time and expects to use a Large crew The Veribest girl I MONEY FIRST 3 Ib size doz. 1.75 '
per
few i.
things that we've forgotten, but of men. I 1234567890 ,
L + we remember attending the most instructive Mica Phyllis Jarrell of Kissimmee' dressed so neat
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T 't? ; and entertaining; convention 1 paid a visit to her friend, Miss Madolin = =- ''li
in.the history of our checkered career; I Hill of this place. As I Our cost mark plainly indicates the
a bargain hunter
t'' .we remember being.present at a banquet Mr. C. E. Buckley started Tuesday cost add 10% and take your choice. 1.

:.4k given by W. F. Stovall in the |, night for his home in Harrison, Ohio, can't be beat You have to pay your Uncle Sam ?,
press room of the Tribune that for he expects to be'gone about two weeks.
4 perfection, for real democracy at-hom- I Mr. C. W. Bruno arrived this morn.I FREE-A valuable pig skin purse with Cash at the Postoffice and 't
r Mss' surpassed anything in that line ing from Cincinnati, Ohio. She went her you pay a k
i j way
ever attempted in Florida; we remem every pair qf shoes as long as they uniform price. Why should the .! '_
} ber going on an excursion to Pass-a- | FOREST NOTES with nimble feet last. price <1
,Orilfe and eating splendid dinner at of your groceries fluctuate with the :"
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the Lltotte. then to Gulfport by boat,
and from there by electric cars to St. I I The Balkan War haft brought about To TAYLOR'S i FREE-A valuable souvenir to every amount of losses sustained by
Petersburg, Where citizen a rise in certain lumber your
r every was prices in Eu- CASH GROCERY I )
customer
a member of the reception committee. Friday July 4. )local: grocer? Who's bills do
rope because of the big demand for you pay? \\t
r We remember returning to Tampa and !| -
wood for amunition boxes.
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4!.';t.,".'1 lonn!'".remember: nee ate the distinctly principal that 1 theater wherever and I The officials of the Yosemite Na- We thank our many friends for. their kind and liberal and *
\ tional Park patronage
are cooperating with the
.. '\we went or whatever did there
ir... :was some good fellow ready to pay the forest officers Xf the Stanislaus and continuance of your trade under a system that that ''
!, ."i bill. Then we remember coming home Sierra national forests for fir assures you you are not

,, : on And Saturday.we are.! going to remember and control in both the park prevention bills for every bum in the country. Let us reduce the cost of living. We ?a+ '

.\1 5' I 'Tamp' and St. Petersburg to the end and forests. satisfaction. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. DELIVERY'f:
even though we live to be the age of
it that Chinese doctor who passed out Experiments with a tree planting
A. .. day at Ellis Island. machine
'Thane at the Utah Agricultural Experiment
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alL station indicate that it may TAYLOR'S > R
;I). ... ._' be used to advantage in reforesting CASH STORE fR
1.,1.. 'S. 'JIumwh: fw" 'one of JUs..
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;:,.. THE KISSIMMEE"l'e1ephone.No.VALLEY 1L.Published .GAZETTE ncient'Miss of clerk Marguerite M. .Katz in the is dry Blackwell goods,department 'an ef.- prices See W.of.white L Sumner bronz.for monuments designs. and, JULY 4 ' ONE. DAY oNLY' .. , .' JULY 4 ,H; ':" .

Every Friday By nual leave of absence, the her an. statues,,, grave covers,headstones,etc.
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at home of ' '
W. B. 1iAAR18., her parents at Ashton. 2;,tf n

I = S..A. Partin and family and Dixie
6044'04'a'4000000084'Q6a6! The Board.of:County Commission- Partin! of_Orlando.are in the city, for Great Sacrifice Sale!
I. erawill meet in :
regular m6nthly.ses- the big celebration as .well as 'are -
Weather sion on Monday, when matters of ex! hundreds of others fro mour sister ,
;, Report treme importance to the people of this city on the north. While here the _
city and.county will be considered. Parties are the guests of their cousin
. Henry Partin at his home near the
Foll wr rare tli T3alIy fern-: -- 'W; -roe-.wrlte.tronFWindsorIll. city.-:- -- : '
: OUR-LOSS"S'-VOUR "
peratures and precipitation as ., to his cousin here, G. B. Foe ask- GAIN. Fpr 9116day-we" are going .to: --- ", '
ing for Dr. W. L. and
information as to the price of Winn a,prominent' '
i Reported.1' the Government ; land and general conditions, his inten- successful physician of Kissimmee, give our profits to
ration at Kissimmee for the tion being to locate permanently in was in the city yesterday from the you. .,
; week ending July 3 1913. this section. Osceola county capital on a business
trip registering at the Hillsboro. Dr.< '
r y filar Mm:R hi' - :JTD.; Clark: spent Tuesday at Taft; Winir has many -professional and social Come to our store and buy 'any ,,amount..of :goods,. no matter . ..... ._
' Friday..,_'_ 91 73 ..19t and while there'' attended a meeting. rneids in Tampa and a great partof '
t 92 71 of the city council, which body Mr. his visit in the city was spent in how little at wholesale prices---and. LESS. The Fourth '
l" Saturday ---- --- Clark them. 1
Tribune.
says, is made of most calling on -Tampa
t Sunday 1___u. 93 70 .45 men. up progressive Jubilee will 'be
l' Monday ._____ 83 69 .69 II. E. Willis, an old-time residentof of July---the Great Day--- your day. Look'over x Jt,

t Tuesday ___ 91 70 Howell Bass has been appointed Kissimmee, but who now makes this sheet and if there is need
not
u --- night policeman vice J. A. Lancaster his home at Bradentown, l Ik! spending see something you
i \\f ::: Wednesday --- 94 71 _nf i resigned and began his duties the week here, and paid this office ,
I E Thursday --._- 94 71 --- night. That Mr. Bass will make Monday a an appreciated call. Mr. Willis stated listed here. WE have not the room to 'list everything.'t'
most efficient that it required a pilot to guide him
officer there is
tOOOOtO.OOOOO.OOOOOOI tion. no ques- around, as the changes were so great COME AND LOOK. .
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lined his visit here two
it for him to years find ago his _.--'-._ _ _ __n .
impossible ---- --
was
t.i I I I I I I I I I Fruit buyers are already here by --0-- --= .
the score, and he who owns a grove old friends. *' 4i11

I i! THE: LOCAL FIELD ii Which is importuned is self-evident daily to that sell the his oranges fruit. W.We B. Harris are in, receipt owner of of this a letter papei from and I Men's' Hats SPECIAL SPECIAL SHOES, . ; '

and grapefruit in this section is of a who with His family is spending the <": Men's High Grade J- r
superior quality. summer at Coronado, stating th.t the Stetson, Black and Tan Men's Silk Socks c
ill I II I I Mil I I I I I III I I I I I The day before writing he caught forty- $6.00 Grade now .* $4.50 ,
Laymen's meeting will be held Grade sale $6.00
$8.00 price -
'' eight sheephead. It is now time forBrother Famous Holeproof brand, all colors. .. .. .
5.00 Grade now 425' r
M' Strand wood $1.25 per strand. I Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Jordan,' down Punta Gorda 6.00 Grade sale price 4.50 ; iw' ,
I' Prompt delivery within city limits. : Presbyterian church, and will be led 75c special price 48c .430 Grade . 3.75 '-' <"t.t: 4i
by Rev. O. E. Young. A most cordial way, to get busy, or a Kissimmce editor 5.00 Grade, sale price -. 4.00 now {
'l Phone 252. M. B. Carson. 10-tf invitation is extended to the general line. will lead even in the fish-story 4.50 Grade, sale price - 3.75 4.00 Grade now 325 s t

\ Mrs C. L. Hyatt is spending borne public to be present. _____ 4.00 Grade sale price - 3.25 Silk Hose 350 Grade now - .- 2.75". R
with her J. Shultz of Fourth Days, Nebr., r--
time parents at.Lakeland.
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' The subjects Rev. A. M. Chisholmwill 3.00 .
, spent a few days here this week investigating Grade, now r2.2S : ;
r If it's white shoes you want Gilbert ing, "The preach Need from of Sunday Christ in are the, morn-Class general conditions with a HERALD I $1.00 Silk Hose - - 79c 250 Grade now . 1.90.; '. ' 2'

:, has an uptodatelne.\ 22tf Struggle;" night "Suicide." The pub- view dent. to While becoming he was a permanent pleasedwit.h resi- $3.00 Grade, sale price - $2.25 '' These are Pure Silk, Ladies who 1.50 Grade now . .120 .- fLadles' :...... .
I, lic are. most cordially invited to at- highly 2.50 Grade sal price 1.85 this brand like them better than
. Mrs. H. E. Cole left Monday for a tend these services. Kissimmee, still\ he decided to go ,| wear 1 R
f! month's stay with friends at Chicago.W. further before making a definite decision any other. I >$
Dr. J. R. Canon, presiding elder of but stated it was hardly pos- Other Brands Shoes L 1
H. Brokaw with Griffing Broth- this district sible he would find a more suitable
will preach at the Metho- ..
era, the tree .people. 40-tf dist church next Sunday morning and place.W. $1.75 Grade, sale price $1.35 SHIRTS $4.00 Grade, now.- $3J25

I evening, to both of which services the W. Geiser and family of Altoona, 1.50 Grade, sale price - 1.15 3.50 Grade, now .- 2.75 %. "i

I' The County School Board will con- pastor extends a most cordial invita- Pa., were here a few days this week, $1.00 SHIRTS for - 75c 3.00 Grade, now .' 225 S
I, in
ve-no monthly meeting on Tuesday. tion to the public to attend.II. .
, stopping at the Manhattan. Mr. Here's YOUR CHANCE to but .75 SHIRTS for 49c 2.50 Grade, now .90| i iI
You can get twenty yards of calico\ N. Bratton has accepted the Geiser is touring Florida with a viewto silk before i
position parasol at a price never
a I 1.50 Grade .120'. I"' .('
j locating permanently, and from now ;,
of superintendent of streets andit .
, for one dollar at Gilbert's. 22tf his offered: This is a Special price on these .
favorable
is safe that he will many expressions regarding -
to to it I
F. W. Hill, Narcoossee's postmaster- that the law say requiring persona see to keep. this section, it is safe to as- $6.00 Parasol, now - $4.00 shirts. We have them in very pretty See" our special) bargains in Children) :' ;; ,. .;'.?lr) t -
merchant was transacting business their premises free from all weeds and sume that he and his family will be 5.00 Parasol, npw - 3.00 patterns and plain colors. shoes White shoes cut one-fourth. '" *. . '1 1Y 6

Wednesday. rubbish will be enforced.M. numbered among Kissimmee's population .. . ,
1 here -- -- --- - -- .
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before the year closes.A I -- '. .
Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 McBeth and O. -Fransisco were Do you wear these;? WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS If you have never worn this well 'known :,:'J, : r4'.
of four arrived .
two prominent Nebraska people who party yesterday ,
for your wood. 11.25 and $2.00 per visited Kissimmee this week. They from Kentucky and are registered at brand, now is the time to get acquainted with them. t' 'r
strand. 7tf were en route to their Western home, the Manhattan. They are here for the ""*" G'
but stated they would be here in the purpose of studying conditions witha Special $3.00 Grade, this sale $%.48. Just think of that! ?

L. T. Taylor of Bartow .arrived early fall to remain all winter.A. view to purchasing property and Special $2.50 Grade, this sale $1.98. Mow canyon beat that *;;,,. ..
Tuesday for a brief stay with his son, locating permanently. On the evening ? '

J. M. Taylor. F. Clark and A. E. Nishwitz, two train another party arrived from I Remember we carry this corset in cheaper grades. Cut price on all of f them. 1
of Ocala's prominent business men Illinois on the same mission, and are .
Mrs. H. N. Bratton and son, Claude, expressedthemselves ... -. .
spent Wednesday here, and now making tours to surroundinggroves -- - -- -- - 'O=-== -"= ,
spent Tuesday with friends at Or- as much surprised at the studying the citrus industry. +

lando. I rapid and substantial growth this city and LacesWe MEN'S' SUITSMade Ladies'' and d Children's'' '
had put on during the past year.D. A traveling man spent Wednesday Embroidery .; : 1
New lot of 45-inch von flouncings.blc in this city, having come here from "
value at 75 cents per yard, at G. McKay, who has spent the Loughman by private conveyance. In have a big stock-of Laces and by Schloss Bros., the best
$ .4.rt's. 22tfMrs. past two months visiting the principal conversation with one of our mer- Embroideries-many beautiful designs.All clothes makers in the country. RBady-fo-wear Dresses I'I _
cities in Canada, returned to the cityon chants he stated that the road as far
'" J. II. Barnes and son left Mon- Saturday, and Rays that while he as Reedy Creek bridge, which is three to go at ONE-FOURTH. regular $25.00 Suits, now $20.00 These made of Percale _
day for a two months' visit with relatives had a most delightful trip, still thereis miles from Loughman, was as fine as price. 20.00 Suifs. now 16.00 are Silk Pique. ".. d
at Louisville, Ky. no place thut suits him half so wellas he ever traveled over, and if it were I Suits 12.00 Seersucker and Gingham.,
15.00
now - -
Kissimmee. completed to this city would be the Silk aDd
Ed. Jordan and wife of Fort Myers : cause of many coming here who now We have these in Blue Serge, and Also a limited amouni"of' Embroidered
are spending the week here with their I A penitentiary guard with seven go to other places to purchase goods. Embroidered DROP SKIRTS Mixed Worsteds and Mohairs. Thereis dresses. All togo at One-fourth
relative, J. K. Smith. convicts linked together passed This road was built by Wade Tucker, I Quite a variation of colors in the mark of distinction about regular price. '
I through the city Monday en route to head of a our
the big cypress mill at Loughman Silk and beautiful in
Mrs. II. C. Stanford was among the Ward's turpentine camp at Rosalie, and stands as a monument to I many designs clothing-a: mark of individual beauty. Silk and Embroidered Waists. AD
prominent Kissimmee matrons who where the offenders against the law that gentleman's big heartedness and the Embroidered ones. All to go at pa
visited Tampa last week. will learn the art of chopping trees pride in his section of country. SACRIFICE PRICE this sale. to go at One-fourth regular price: .
and dipping spirits. i CASH ONLYLadies'
W. C. Bratton of Delray is spendingthe r
week here with his parents. Mr. 'On Sunday morning at the Baptist MISS MYRTLE POULK NOTHING CHARGED NOTHING CHARGED',.. '
and Mrs. n.-,N. Bratton. church Dr. Holt will speak on.the Vicarious Neckwear-We have the ', ;, .' "I

John Pherlgo, who has spent the Lord's Supper,sufferings will of be Christ.administered.At The. GUEST Of'HONOR' Remember the Date prettiest lot of Collars,. Jabots, Ect.. Remember the Date' "t..ti.i" .. '

his month at Bassenger, returned to night the subject will be Forgiveness. JULY THE FOURTH, 1913 that you ever saw JULY'THE FOURTH 1913_: ''d#' '

home here this week. Services short and practical. .._. .. ..' ,
-- -- - -- .
invited I r' ? .
Burford of Ocala is Everyone strangers especially AT DELIGHTFUL SOCIAL AFFAIRAT
Miss
spending Mary some time here with her welcomed.Dr. HOME OF MISS HELEN ; Do not forget our great stock: of Dress Goods. We ,

friend, Mrs Gay Livingston. C. L. Hyatt took advantage of VIRGINIA) BASS.
the extreme healthful condition of immense stock of Silks Ratines Seersucker '
our I carry an
S. Alexander, of Atlanta, Ga., is people to upend last; week fishing in ,
spending the week here with his the waters around Pass-a-Grille Lawns Batiste Percales and !.
and Suitings Ginghams too "
friend, Tax Collector C. L Bandy. St. Petersburg The doctor succeed- One of the most enjoyable social I many

Wash Tison, one of the prominent I accumulating many fish as well as events Remus"of dinner the season given was by Miss the "Uncle Helen I others to mention. All of these are included is this sale. li

citizens of the Narcoossee section, was : a splendid coat of tan. Virginia Bass in honor of her cousin,

transacting business here Monday.E. B. L. Blair of Waterville, Minn., was Miss Myrtle Poulk, Wednesday evening from six till\ ten.
here two days this week the guest of

and nesday. S. here Gill,of and Loughman caller was a at most spent this pleasant office.B. Wed-. the Florida Manhattan.seeking a Mr.permanent Blair is location touring, wagon The crowd to Cape went Breeze out on in the a picnic banksof ONE day. We do not run SALES every day : whenever ;

appreciated and stated that he had vis- Lake Tohopekaliga, where a delicious -
no place Sale know that there
i is
S. Mocent traveling representative ited had in any way compared to Kis- four course dinner was berved, ; we say you may "Something l .
of a popular! ink works, wa in simmee. He will return here laterin after which the evening was spent in '
the city Wednesday calling on the the month story telling and playing games. The I Doing/: CASH ONLYH."C ,

trade. merry party returned at ten o'clock, =_ __ =
Those who desire to witness a first voting Miss Bass a charming hostess :
i Mrs. J. E. Lupfer left Monday" for class gam jf) base ball can be accom- and delightful entertainer. Those invited ,
her old Georgia home, where she will\ modated at the ball\ park on the 4th were, Misses Maude Alice Wagner ST < ,
spend the remainder of the summer at 4 p. m. Kissimmee will play Lake- Lillian Prentis, Annah Mary A1cD9oR ; ,.
with relatives and friends. land, or rather Kissimmee will\ permitthe Lewis, Kathleen Bearden, Maurine _

Lakeland team to score once or Dann, Ethel Gilbert, Orpha Rose, Mil- . .. .' .
The man who isn't in Kissimmee twice, but our boys will take down dred Winn, Helen Jones, Edna Schwei- - -- - "'-
today Is missing the best opportunityof the winner's bunch of the gate re kart, Ethel Lee, Annie C. Mayes, Vio- r
his life to have a good time and fill ceipts. let Bullock, Myrtle J>oulk and Helen
up on beans and grape juice.D. Bass; Messrs. Lawrence Griffin, Ward I WE HA V[. EXCLUSIVE SAL -
Arthur Green, traveling representative Estey, Leon Estey, Wadley Parker, . . e
B. Potts, late editor of the Osce- for II. & W. B. Drew, was in Kis- Roy Graves, Willie Mason Tiller, Olin'I I rr;.
ola Journal, left Sunday for Miami simmee Wednesday and made. the Ga- Sibert, Bob Bullock, Archie McLean, I (
here he has accepted the position of>< zette a call. He states that the print- Clyde Buzza, Graham Young and Wal- !I i
ii ]*J ty editor of the Metropolis.Mrs. ing business over the state is in a ter Bass. .

It. S. Barnes left on the noon most flourishing condition, and that he The chaperons were Mrs. W. C. Bass : OF ONE OF THE BEST GROVE PROPERTIES IN THIS \ ')''
thinks the Press convention at Tampa and Mrs. J. M. Poulk of Cairo, Ga. : .
train where Monday she will for spend Louisville the next Ky.two, did much to instill marrow into the DISTRICT. 3-4 mile Villa Packing House of which it is a .._ .. }r'
backbones of the country'editors.. ;
months with relatives and friends.A. NEW MINISTER COMINGWe member, 1-4 mile to railroad, located on Lake with beautiful.
Fred Bass and wife have acceptedan ,
S. Hearn returned where he Saturday attend invitation to spend the Glorious; are requested to announce that frontage, 1500 ft. 4 inch cement pipe from lake'through 4 ahy- ,1
night from Tampa, grove
Fourth with Mrs. Bass' parents Mr. new minister for the Presbyterianchurch .1.
the State Press convention which met and Mrs. W. B. Sadler, at Jacksonville will\ arrive this week and fill for irrigation 8 room house good stable. ....
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in that city on June 2628.C. {
at which city Mr. Sadler holds the pulpit Sunday morning and night, .

O. McLaughlin, the genial repre- the responsible position of vicepresident and will appreciate having as nearlyall 34 acres land, 20 acres fruit land and 14 acres pasture.
sentative of Armour fertilizers, wasa of the Heard National Bank. Mr. the members at these services as ,
business visitor to the ti" Tuesday, Bass will return here in a few days possible.The .. Trees from 5 to 17 old 5 of 5
acres old.
and Was a most pleasant caller at the but Mrs. Bass will remain for sev.rdweeks. subject for the morning hour vary years years Between t

W Vy Gazette office. I will behind be "Forgetting. .press those toward things the whichare mark 13 and 1400 trees, grove is in best of condition and owned -

,r W. P. Underhill\ wife and son, of I Since the job Manager of thoroughly Porter has overhaulingand completed for the in prize of the high calling of by one of the foremost men in this business who wishes to "
this God Christ Jesus; the night ser-
Bassenger, spent a few days here .
I week visiting friends and shopping renovating the Graystone, thereis vice will lie especially! for young peo retire. The grove produced this last season Tangerines 325
tM stores. They returned no hotel in the South its superior for ple, subject "Rejoice, 0 young man, '

}. home among on the steamer Lillie. pointment.general excellence The of'service Graystone: and is ap-the in A thy cordial youth.welcome" is assured to all boxes, Grapefruit 1648, Blood 318 Pineapple 108, "Valencia 4. '

pride of all our people, and it has a who attend these
Sheriff L. H. made a professional services. Go out 900 boxes.
Ingram
reputation for up-to-dateness in .- .. .
every and catch I
the
- to the lower part of the key note of the new ad-
trip
county this week, and says that he America.C.particular. to the remotest corners of ministration. For Sixty Days this Valuable is Offered at $16,000.00.. .. t

found the people healthy, happy and '
obeying law on tyie books. W. Bruns, president of the Nar- -- For Further Information.Call
very or Write :"s*. f
roossee Farm and Townsite Co., who Yif1:1iliYiliYililifiYilili!: ! ! ! ,,", .4
Marshal] Floyd Tyson requests ustoi has spent the past two months at Cincinnati -
say that Mr.-J, A. Lancaster wasJ returned here Tuesday night. C. F., ThrasherSIIEET 't
'somewhat in error when he resigned Mr Bruns stated that the weatherwas
from the position of.City Marshal as absolutely unbearable at Cincinnati METAL WORKER Haskins & toner'
,the'position Mr. Lancaster was filling and we down here show' .i consider S--.UJ ,
-. The Steel Ceiling a .
'Was that 'of night policeman. ourselves exc4edinglyfortunate;; - '
of flee,of:City Marshal is an elective. to have made our permanent home P, 0. Box 696 Kissimmee Fla.ffiffiffiffiffiifilfilfiifilfiffilfiifi.
,office and Mr;"Tyson war chosen: or in,a'..country that-knows"nothing'of ! ! Winter';;Haven Fla. "The Town of One ;Hundred. Lakes" ,
'that position;.at,the.last,city election. sunstrokes ,,nd.J"heat.prostrations.,, !: ,! !. ; !. ," ,: ,
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FRIDAY JULY 4 19J
PAG* THE KISSIWMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. \ ,

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Is :. : .+".,+ ... +'.,. . .. . . DR.'C. L.: HYATT I III I I I I III I III MM I I I IMIIIlf I I'' 'II- I I I I I I II I II I I I I III I Illlll I I I I I I tI NOTICE ;

Physician andSurgeon given that th. following; deicrlbod.1and.. or so much there
.' No tics !horoby
: . ot will b. n..c..ary to par tb. amount due tor taxes herein! set opposite t0"
t : as
: : , LEWIS O.BRYANATTOHNSVATLAW! Phones ? ClassifiedAdvertisementsA4e.rti.rea the same, totrctlier with coat of such sale and advertising, will b. sold at publla
I auction on the Seventh day of July A. D. "", In\ front of .the Court .Housedoor

; ,,, '.:: t Office, 1&7 KUslmmeeRes. I I at Klsalmmea County of Oa000f&, and Stat.. of Florida. e..
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Florid -
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: ar* laa.rted sa&C r this) he.dat Ike rate of n" a'
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:" SPECIALIZING IN "' Cacti Per LlM Per Kaeh Istartie.. .' mQ = ..

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w. .4 ABSTRACT T j :M.. RIVERS. M. D., . . . . -. . . . . . . . . . . . .i. . . ., . -- . . -- DESCRIPTION! OF LAND = i .' '.' Ii2 II: .. II
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IpH FOR SALE. FOR RENT. J ... it..a 2: '-oJ T
-AND--- |_. YSICIA NandjSURGEqN! C
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motorboat ___.: ___ !' __ _____(___ _ _0_ ..
1 ? : TITLE WORKSTATB Office. over OsoeoU Paarmacyp FOR SALE-At a bargain; FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-atorr _._____ u_ -," .______ .
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& North --
: Resldeoce 63 store building on Brack St.. -- --
I 30x8W IS In. draft ;
i -.; >nr>.Mira. Office 149 "Gadfly" ; ; Klislmmee, IL C. Stanford 29-tf Be BIT! 15.4 ft nSsa6n81. 14 ttfuIf.8: lWll
) ;. : BANK eI.DG.t 12 h. p.4 cycle. cyl. engine; full of Heo. f
(t W 680 ft to beaNWW .-.____________ 11 II" Simmons. Urs
S equipment; everything new. Terms DWELLINGS for rent, opply to :M.. PL I .
.. .'. L WINN of SB3" .........______ 1 It 14 40 Eubank''SFC,'
.I :L .' . . . . . . > w if desired. See Saundera Tiller. :--= ,
on part 6 S9 14 40 til
- -- NWI t,(. of SW%.. ..___ B."alf..W H_ J
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_ _ _ _ _ - ________ 17 81 14 40 Thomas. W B. .
. PHYSICIAN --" -- - at Gazette office. tf : 8E ofIt" ___ _______ .U'' 4
FOR RENT--Six-room concrete" bun 810) __..__ _A__ SLots I 11 14 ISO FertloiO W. *..s '
; p .ooooo.ooooooooo ooo.oo.o L. NKi of NBJKSouthern ------- l 4 II 14 1.1..IIDO"O-. : "II
Office 2nd Floor Willcon Building. FOR SALE-Bay saddle horse. Apply galow. Summer rate. G. Sawyer Colonisation Companjra Plat .

RJCSIDBNCS; PHONB :&f KISSIMMSE.Orrica : No. Broadway., 21-tf of ____________............... IS 14
: < THE ProNB 51. FLOUDA to E. (;. Vans Aft-new. 22tf ii and II ___________............. 1 IS 14 40 Southern Colo' i
satlon Co. ..' '.$T ;
ManhattanHotel FOR RENT-3-room cottage in Prospect Lot IT ___________________-__-___._A. t 15 14 10 Southern Colo ,
CITY LOTS for sale. Cash or terms. nlsatlon Co. 1.01
I D R. DKWITT T. LIGHTSEY G. F. Addition, six dollars per month. Lot 13 _____________________----.-- 18 15 14 10 Southern Colonlcatlon .
Also bearing orange grove. Co..
I ,,. ._ OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Parker. 23tfFOR Nelson Realty Co. 21<-tf Lot 26 and 16 ________-___.________ S5 15 14 40 Southern Colo 1.01 '\;;
nlsatlon
Residence Phone 274 FOR RENT-A five room cottage with Lot 21, 29 and 11 ___________.___.____ 16 ,85 14 60 Southern Colo Co.. .1.17. t';,\' ,-
Special Attention to nlsatlon Co.. 4.11
Office Phone 98 SALE-Five acres good land in bath, at ..asonable rates. C. H. Lot 18 __-______________.____________* 15 15 14 SO Southern Colonliatlon i

: : the Traveling Public Rooms 3 and 4 Pinedale, cleared and plowed; 4--. Estey, 106 Central Ave. 27-tf ________ 86 15 14 SO Co.. 1.01
State Bank Kissimmee Fla Lot 9 ____u________________.. Southern Colo.
Bid'fir house fence etc. Sell out- nlsatlon Co.., S.6,1
t, j' Just across the square from room ; FOR RENT-One 2-story 8-room Alls________________________A.__. __ 16 36 14 640 Southern Colonisation

t A. C. L. Depot QK. J. W. SIMPSONDENTIST. right or trade for city Kissimmee.property. A house with bath and lattice room, N\V14 of NWK, ____.______..__...____ 31 18 11 40 Consolidated Co.. 16.11
: KISSIMMEE FLA. bargain. Box 172, upper and lower verandas. One 6- Land Co....., I..,., .
22tfpd4 NIC:14 of NIi % lea 8WK of NEt of
{. room bungalow. One 5-room cot- Nl.Vt ______ ______._.._..__.-...._. 11 19 11 10 Thompson.Wes- "..
t All close G. F. Parker
tage. are in. -
J p__ __ Upstairs in Katz BulldlDjl. FOR SALE--Good fresh Georgia farm 28-4t HWV4 of 8E"and 8EH4 of SWi8WV4 ____ 11 19rtl 80 salf.w.ii:: '1:1'::
,:: ItaTTiiiat t *. m. to 12 tn. -- of NW% _.__.________________ 14 29 11 40 Savage, R B..
O FFWE : }f r j 30 fi:30n. of 120 acies for $1400, or will t.akt -- - ---- -- -- --- \V% of NW % _____________.________ 23 29 83 80 John, t>-S_:. ....
: to :
i. m. MISCELLANEOUS. N H of N'V'4 ____u__________________ 83 29 83 SO Harvey, J J '4.64
Telephone Us Telephone No. 76 Jun o. Irr residence in Kissimmee valued at NM of N'VJ} __un_______________ 36 29 18 80 Stephens. Lent. 4N4
For particulars HK14 of '8\\' % ___________ 1II 83 40 Thompon.John 1... i
/1. t : $800 as part payment. LOST-Wide gold bracelet with Wfc oNari1WtCf NWtt ____ 32 II 11 110 Southern Colonisation . '
DR. W. W, CARSON and description of farm and Co.. 1.14 "1
; For Greek letters ZTA engraved on \VW of SBTt ------__________________- 4 81 11 80 Southern Colo.nlsatlon ,
rare "opportunity, write WalterHead lound'return Co. .
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DENTISTOffice Lumpkin, Ga., R F D 4, either side. If to N'',, of SE% of NE% ________________ 86 31 11 10 Southern Colonisation .
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I Bread Cakes or Vivian Lee. 24-tf plat Co.. 1.14
Cola's Southern Colonization Company' ,
Store 25-4t
over Jewelry p or _.-__-_. ._-_____________________ >4 11
\ .. Office Hours: 8-12, 1-6 : FOUND-A lady's neck scarf with

I Pies Office phone ]358 A Fine Georgia farm for sale at $15 gold attached. Owner can have Lot 10 _. -_ u -_ ._____________-- _:----..- 1' 14 11 10 Southern Colonisation
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.;. Residence" 23 per will acre.cut into that several contains small 900 acres farms;;; same by calling at this office, prov- Lots 2&. 26. 27 28 ____________________ 4 34 IS SO Southern Colonisation Co..- 1.01 ,.
Gas
Co.
administered
for '
extraction of teeth .71
I or sell all together. For further information ing property and paying for this I Lots 27, 31. 32 _u___________________. 6 34 88 60 Southern Colonisation *

: write or call on H. C. notice. 25tf Lots 4. 6. t 6:, 7. 11. IS. 21. 22___________ 8 14 11 160 Southern Colonisation Co.. ....
:' ;: THE HOME BAKERY D R. G. E. PARKER Howell, Lumpkin, Ga., R. F. II.4. Co.. 10...

2S,4tpdW I WADE, the tuner. OrU/wVx Lot 30 __ _______-___i iIi ______________ 10 14 11 SO Southern Colonisation '
DENTIST Co..
1.01
J. H. REED .. Prop., -One or two good horses I >t 22 _-. __________________________ 11 14 11 SO Southern Colo
[ OFFICE!:
OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY
MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co.,, nlsatlon Co.. S.fl
...,. Office Hours: 8:00 to 12-00: Noon of about 1200 lbs. Write to JohnA. ,I and we will get a drink of the best Lot 32 _-__________.________________ 18 34 11 10 Southern Colonisation Co..-

t. <, t 1:00: to 5:00: P. M.T . Schreifels, Richmond, Minn. 27-3 I soda water made. SltfX hole 6, 7. and 8 ___________.....____ 14 34 11 60 Southern Colonisation 1.01

).t _ _ _ _ _ ----- - -- -- ......... Ixit 12 __________________,__________ 17 14 11 SO Southern Colo Co.. ....
'. I R. H. S. GEIGER nlsatlon Co..
: If want ) : Lots I 11. 15, 18, 20. 21 ________________ 18 84 11 100 Southern Colo 1.01.
you ; PHYSICIAN AND SCROBON The Lure of Widows : election Co..
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c '.; BARGAIN Citizens Bank Building [[ J JB p I AMATEUR : l.ola 2, 3. 4. 6, 19 20. 22. 14. 28 _______ 22 14 11 110 Southern Cob 7.01
nliatlon Co..
: Kissimmee, Florida X .'f.: Iota 11 and 20 ____hnU_._______ 21 14 11 40 Southern Colonisation 1S.01
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: ORANGE GROVE Phones: Office 297 or 64 ( ; Dorothy Dix.) \\' V4 Lot 13 _uu_________________ 23 14 It 10 MoCutoheonC1.01 Co.. 1.17
Residence, 265. 14-lyr' FARMER Loin 4. 6. and 1* _______-____________ 26 14 11 60 Southern Colo
The heroine of of the most nlsatloa Co..
one
or land to grow Lot 21 and NV4 Lot 82 ________________ 27 34 11 10 Southern Colonlsatlon 4.1, .
charming and successful plays of the i Do want 10 of ..
r. A-V.&... AGNEW w. a. caAWrotU.VANS you acres general N % Lot 16 h____-______________-____ 27 34 33 10 Boone. C A_Co_._ 114*
Oranges and season is a widow who is fair, fat anfortyeight I I purpose land cheap ? 10 SV, Lot IfiLota _h_-______________-____ 27 84 33 10 Stoke H A. LOS 1.0
AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW and who has a !grown I I acres, 4 cleared and fenced, 6, 8, 7. 28 ___uu----- 28 34 11 SO Southern Colonisation --

I Grapefruitaee son. Notwithstanding these impediments : small house, well, some small Ldeland2S| _nnh________...... 34 34 11 40 Southern Colo Co.. I.U

every man in the cast, and in fruit trees.! Lot 1 -_ _ __--_---_________--______ 33 34 13 20 Southern nlsatlon Colonisation CO..- S.S7
OfflnM. 3-4.&Jt Cltuwna linnk the audience falls head heels .
BUCKELSJS Building over 10 acre sunimproved orange : Lola 21, 22 27. 28 nu_____________ 33 34 11 80 Mayer U M Co..__ S 01
Kissimmee Florida in love with her at sight and this has land at $20 per acre. ::1 I Lot 17 - -------------____________ 36 34 13 20 Southern: Colonisation (.4*

: - renewed the ancient discussion con :: 40 acres on which is 12 acres "? .Lot 20 .u-..-__-___________________ 36 34 83 SO Southern Colonisation Co... S.61

I TX. D. GEIGER. cerning the why and the wherefore- nne old X: Co._ 1.01
f grove. I Boutin rn lonlzallon I Company Plat
r.A.r; --1 ness of the fascination of the widowPerhaps orL'Ia _, 36 33
TILLER :'to 40 acres on which w f I !9 and in' hU-______________.... I 36 11 40 Southern Colonisation . .'.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW men understand this. Wo "
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i 5 cleared and
acres
don't :t: ; I Lots 20 21. 32 __-__________________._ 2 36 31 60 Southern Colonisation Co.. ..
= Real Estate Office State Bank Building men They merely! accept it asa t new' 8-room house, a I

t Agency. : Kissimmee. Florid fact that a widow appears to pos :f gain. fenced'i I LutH 2. 3. 10, 17 hn_______________ 3 35 33 80 Southern Colonisation Co.4 SI

c wemm *% m.mm .T.m mmmtkm% m*. J, BcbS hypnotic 'powers that enable her I LotH 7 and 21 .U- .h _______________. 4 36 83 40 Southern Colo Co.. (.?*

.; I QEO.. F. PARKER. to put the tome-hither over any man ,t Ask I _. _____ nlsatlon Co.. 117 ,
4 Realty bought and sold. } !- Lots 17 and 32 _______i__ 5 35 33 40 Southern Colonisation .
she fancies and march him off .to the '
? 4 Houses rented. {' Attorney-at-Law. : Mrs.. Summers : Lois I 1. 2. 32 ___n____________________ 6 36 33 60 Southern Colonisation Co... 1.17

. . I Taxes paid and Titles verified j. Collections altar, while other women, betterlooking I 'f't': 60S Pnfild A.... LotH 1 and 2 __ nhn____________. 7 ,36 33 40Mout.rn Co.. .:SI
for non-residents. and Conveyancing younger, and apparentl .. I. Colonisation ,

Fire Life and Accident Inf Specialties. more desirable, sit twiddling their i Y Near (hde; Clyde 2nd Ave. W. : Lots C and 14 ______nu____________ 8 3G 83 40 Southern Colonisation Co... 117 ",
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1' I .
;!. f: ,' tI j Indemnity Bonds ptfwif Indeed, above all others, the widow l' O O OO.OOoto oo : 1 Loin 30 and 82 .____.__,___________._. 19 35 11 40 Southern Colo Co.., S.01
.. seems to realize the prophecy of the 'I
4 .{ ',' *rvr if if_vrfikDR. G F. KRIBBS Lots 8. 19, 11, H. .-..............__-: 20 15 11 80 Southern ideation Colonlsatlon Co._. ..$7
Scriptures, that "to him who bath "

I ;..' t : I: ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA shall be given* even more abundant., man to'burn incense at her feet' The: Lots 8 and 16 -.,...__._....?,....,'.: SO .,15 SI '40'. Southern Colonlsatlon Co... 5.TI .... e"'

ly," for the woman who has had one widow lights the"Joss sticks herself r Ntt' of SWA of NE14, less a:' t trIp 110'..' ::.". Co.' LIT ,

t. WM HARPEROSTEOPATH Examination of Titles a Specialy. before the >da Wide off H side ___.....__..____ 16' 15 SI 10 Walker; i S1.11
Notification and husband seems able to get as many man she wants-and lands Biff 110 >da S of NW Cor of 8W"4 of
payment of taxes ot
him NRW run S 110 yda E 440 yd* iTllO
non-residents given careful) more as "she pleases and to take away >-dv 440 yds .___________________ 26 15 81 10 Bennett Noah. 1.14
attention. fiom iTc-i sister the beau that she "The unmarried woman talks about Hi"nryrlillHoii8, Sub-DIv of N\V"4 t of
one
i>t Nvt; __ ______ ____ _______ 33 85 33
'lath herself, her aspirations and plans. Sheur'aR's Loin 21, 'ii 23. 26. 27 and 31 to 35 Inc. 33 36 31 11 % AddIson :
I NWIi of __ ___ _____ Henry S14 '
SI.V4hVs _
STECLALIST IN the man, about to the places she nunu 35., 36 81 40 Chandler W BEst

r CHRONIC DISEASES pAT JOHNSTON They I Are Always Young. t wants to go. She makes him spend i i'f ;<0\\; ,. . ________ _______u__ 13 32 82 80 Southern' ---Colonisation -- --- 4.7S '1

e CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE A TIORNEY-A T-LA W "I think," said the first woman, I money he doesn't want to, or can'tafford UV4 of :NK'xi -. __ ,-_______.._______ 28 32 12 80 SbiHhern' Colo-Co.. 174

10-11 I Citizens Bank Building( "that the widow knows. lij what arts The widow never mentions, Soutl..rll Ciilonlzatlon njsatlon Co. 1.74

I KISSIMMEE.FLA. Kissimmee Florida ,and wiles to land him, whereas the herself She puts in the golden hours i ,,rIut n __ _Company uUh_._Plat.__ 34 81
__ __ __
27 _. _
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TUESDAYS: THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS unmarried woman only guesses, and telling a man how great and won- -hnu 2 34 32 80 Southern Colonlsatlon -

OFF CE. CENTRAL HOTEL LOUIS C. MABBBY T, P1CTON WARLOW she generally guesses wrong Any deiful he is, and she Soutluni; Ciiliiniziitloti, Company I'lat Co. 1.01 I,
is
apparently ofLot ____ . ___ I
Florida\Late Counael R It. Comm.for Criminal J ud"e..t Court the woman who has gotten along for ten just as well pleased to sit at home 32. __ .__ __ .._ _I___IIIIII." 11 35 36 32 32 20 Southern Colonisation j I-

I PHONE 208 ORLANDO, FLA M ASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS 01' fifteen 01 twenty jeais. with a and fan him with hot air as to go to Loin 13,24.29 __. .. u---h--_ 24 36 32 6Q\ Southern Colo-Co.. 1.01 .

..--.- -. -- man, who has acquired) skill in wheed- the grand opera. Also, she feeds the Lot 3(1( .-_._ ..-_. _____ __________ 25 35 12 20", Southern* nlsatlon Colo-Co.. 4.51 '. .J t
,
AND COUNSELLOSAT ling money out of him and dexterityin brute .,
on home cooking, instead of nlsatlon I.01
Co.
LAW !-i ', ill 8'4' of HW'4 of SUVi and BE'4
sidestepping his prejudices, is an making him buy her expensive foodin jf h'/i' of h\N ?% of bUtt u_.___.____ 30 26 11 15 1. .
Practice Potter. Mr 0 R
in all the Court. of the $ fl
S.n.BULLDCK'REAL tate and 01 in SK'4 of Hit:'
the United Sta...... den 1 before the r lorida Railroad adept managing men with whomno high priced restaurants. Hence, SVNT: 4 of N\IV4---::::::::::::::=:::: 8 3 26 25 SO 10 40 40 Barber Sullivan., W WH K848 Jr 148 ,\

Comm Commlaaion.iaa ion. and the Interstate Commerce mere spinster can ever hope to the double peal of wedding bells for NK14:\ 1<'Ha N14' of N % of N>Vi4 of NE!% 4 26 80 150 Uarher. W F10.4 'A
N% of NC"4 of bUVi __________ 4
nn 26 80 20 ...
compete. Tlaon. L
Au
11-14 Lot 1 ___ .__ ,
CHAKLK8TOK BLUO ORLANDO, FLA, ler ---- __ ______. 10 26 10 59 Sullivan,WH.Jr 406 '\
ESTATE I 4lyr "I think," said the next woman, So said SW % of. r""SFH or SWy and Wl4 01' ,'
these Wl
l/
: women, but who can lI'4 of i'X4 _. __ __ : 18
26 30 15 _.__ 6.0
*%%.%%.%%%*.*.mmm*. ANDREW JOHNSON "that the reason that widows are the really explain the psychology of the N'W''l, or or NIt"av' ----h_________ 19 25 SO 80 Green Hober.on.Josh M..7. :4
\ of J
NWYI of SE"B"I ____
31 26
80
preferred matrimonial risk with 5 Newton H T__ S 87 '.
men 70 ydsN '
..' INSURANCE "chaiming widow "You're a witch," {, of R\V Cur of N'E. of
is because HI: ', rUn N 4&i tI) rt I 749 "
ATTORNEY AND'COUNSELLOR men realize that when they Cl 8 483 W
AT LAW said one of the lovers in the play 3211' rt N 33 rt W 42'1' rt ____n_ ____ 32 26 30 9 Simmon Andrew .
Will Practice in all Courts marry a woman who has had a previous "I'm a widow 1.78 :-.
,
: responded the woman j, II.-if r,2f n t s of N\\ Cor of SE>. J 1 1
Titles State of
Examination of a and Federal matrimonial 4 1I
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experience, they I as if the two were twins. And we'll I I sl.i: run S 1J5(; ft i I'; 420 ft N 136 ft I I
Office adjoietfig Broadway are getting a wife who is broken in have W 4iO; It .. _ __u______ ___ : az 25 10 S Pickford. Thos. 1 69 ,,,'
to let it s\v ,
at that. V4 of i: '
Speci lty., I Citizens Bank! Kismmmee double harness, instead of one that ,I' go I, SW ut of 1.J4V'i { i4 -:_:.: .::::::::::::: 82 33 21 25 10 30 40 Simmon Hall. AJ106 AS &86 e' ",,,
Mr
would I \ of N\\ \'M __ _-- _:::____ ________ 4 215 80 80 '
they have AS
Hall. Mr.
to break
in them- NOTICE.John All I'; of (2ttialv'l \ -- ____ ____ ____ 19 27 80 810 0'.t'
S 15'1/
Mrs A
: Correspondence Solicited. st'fvc'8 And, believe me, this isno i \ i,fHl'Vi NW'4, __ __ ______ a 25 80 Hunter Hall. Land Co '* ,,
J. W. I M Hansell having purchased l : of hi:% .of NI-h----h-; ______ 6 25 JX 9 HunterLand Co .81 '
Thompson small advantage. The NU '/ of \V'and ivi'of .11''
average girl E. II. Hall's interest in the garage. SW--___ 6 25 2. 110 Uon.gan. A H I ,..,

FUNERAL marries without knowing how to keep known as JIansell! & Hall, said J. M. N\V'4 NIJK; or of NW'4 NW% --.-__hh__________ 7 26 19 40 FIeld- .t..l 'W:..".. 5.50 6.95 < .11',II'''

; DIRECTORand house, how'to manage money, and Hansell will pay all bills and collectall h'/t of NB14 and ofHW1,4 HKft of--N- wVanY Bjr ; 9 26 19 10 M.l.n.r MnMJ 1.61 ...,

: c.w.6R1tiiiMT with the most Idiotic highfalutin' no- accounts due said firm.HANSELL W U% of:of HW'4 8Vof of 'NXV\4---------t: 11 25 2> 110 Wallace,, J S-. (.17 J j ..nt'h,
-- ,
tions about what matrimony is and NWM" of 8 -p .
& HAL: h. --- "" 11 211 J9 60 Donel'an, A E8.44
's\v" "
NK14 of
14 of ___
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!I \ LICENSED EMBALMEROpposite what she has a right to expect of her June 19 1913. NWfcNW 14 2Ii 19 10 Rlohle Mr. h

. Staple and Fancy I i iI husband. I 26-4t All %of NXV4 of NW4r of NJ SWIi __ !4 15 2> 10 DonegVni A_ '10LI__ 1.88? ity_ r,I.1..1,:!'
% l
Courthou.eKISSIMMEE" lying E of A C
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I She Play Up to Him. I. Hy and NK14 of NE14 lea ( LotLot
It lusr NE
I I pays to advertise-try a "want Cor run W 27S/ >da H 433 1-3 '
1 GROCERIES:' FLORIDA. "By the time she I has killed off one ad" in this paper. 276 )dn N 4331.3 yda _yda E 15 25 S9 iS 'ogMI.sM&-, ,' 1 LoLo Lot'
!
I - ----- husband 33i
with
II --- --- -- - dyspepsia and! made H.ir NK Cur or bel .....__. Lot
1I 1- NEK of NEt& lun \"
r H. JBNUNS R. a. WOODBAII him glad to die by nagging liir.i about I --- - 275, yds H 433 1-1 yda E 275' yds N Lot t

I I smoking and home) I L 4331-3, yds -____.__ IE 15 Z9 IS Baohelder, WH LOT
roming on time I : H'j\ of NL4;! of NVV14 and .
8E14 ofSL(4
Free Delivery to all Parts I! JENKINS & WOODHAM she has learned her lesson and is :\ of --IIIIIIIIIIIIII"i_ 14 29iii- 60 Bu trot!, P C_. L Lot|Xt

___ 17 26 .
19 '
I 40 Ie1.on Clu.maD Th.
have 5
( 1 oftbe; City : ready to be a comfortable, compan- & Co. D
SURVEYORS ionable wife. H'or N14 of 814 of SW<'4 of NEVi __________ 15 25 89 10 Downlna S"W 1-jM N
She has acquired the 8E14 of fl\V14 of NE14 IS .
21i.9 6 Unknown ___ fj ,. K
I Kissimmee Florida art of cookery, and learned to make FOR RENT WiB da SK W cor 280 of NWJ4 of BE 4 run N17S LoLu
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_. .. Ba NW yda 8 176 yda E 280 yda 18 15 21 10 Welmer, Q M. .4.'! Lot
r -- the bEst.of Cor ol
------ --- '- ___ _h __ a man and overlook the .,. DO yda E NWof BEt run a
Nicely: 160 yda 8 176 yda E 140 N
furnished Lot
I +*".11111"+++++++++++11+4+ A Case of Mutual Application. . worst; and for that reason she makesan Rooms ISSIMMEE 1RO yda W 800 yda ____._ IS II.' 10 UnknownS _._ Lot

i ideal wife. You almost never hear in a L0t413)ockS) ] GARDENS__________________ C. i.ii'LII Lot Lot
I' Mr. Wood, a man very fond of play of a couple in which the wife N t' of HE"P.t NE ----h__--__-: 30 tII.. SO atnil6nyd o
a
fI'E'.CRAYSTONE was Modern N ,1,4 <>f NE'4 __________________.__ 30 16 2> 40, Unknown .iI TheD
ing jokes, met his friend Mr. Stone widow figuring in the Equipped 8W and B
; .: : 1,: divorce c urtl(. House! % of SE1,4 and S of th
, ic i: and at once inquired jocosely: "The real explanation of the I' W B .j.f SE% _________._.____ 80 15 liD Carson 'M" B-.' 1J.M! Lot
widOW'S % NEU 59
from $1.50 a week FAftK OAR and NWJi ____________ 81 11 S40 Carson. M B_ 10-t'O Lot
:i: 'fa iUTM mi 1: "Hellow, Stone, how are Mrs. Stone I fascination for men," said the up. Lot 7 and >E5NH ' 3.00I Lot
Frao
I : 8E 4 of SWVi of NW'4 II 11 MnydeP.A.3t.-' \ x>tMtf
!f JS
and all the little old Lot 10
pebbles woman, "I* to be found in _ 2.15
---- __
: '%.60toa.60 day. I: "Fin.," said Mr. Stone "all well fact that she the Mrs. E. E. Well Lot Lot 11 _____-__-_-_-.-_-_-_--j.-__-_-.-,.-_-_-_____._A__ Jn J- .. !, .10 10 Clay.N". .l-o--. 3.1$
plays to 11 a-
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,, up man insteadof ... _.
Z week mootlu'lJ --- --- -- -- _, __.__..J ,10 80ud.r. 8 .--
! Special by or 2: thank and then with Real Estate and Insurance Lot 17 -------- .. _ u i.: Lot
p T . : you, a twinkle t expecting him to play up to her. Lots 41. 48 --- ----- A OGrlm.\ W' :
, 1'1' ---. ______ ______ 4 ,II U Merarb&n4iI '7 *t
10.
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,' ., ? .LKTnoui.rW': .... nma. .ir.. |I f In hit eye: "Bow art* :Mrs. ,Wood *nd I The1 'unmarried woman and especially 203 Broadway, AOIM, 272 S'i4. of JD" -...___-_:._____- _: 4 II. .1.. 40 ,Cartor. .... Lou
2.4
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.U.J> *.f,' > I.I t t 11 .) ..4)),Oil .JJ all U .)1tt1e: 1"l1ten; f. the young girl. expects everyit. C--, -, ""ji'ot!y,siri'.lf of NB* and Hili . ,BeeltCO.t.-: "
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JULY \ _
FRIDAY 4
,1913.
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-..: ; THE KISSIMMEE '''VALLEY GAZETTE\\. PACE 9.


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.i Y6 SW\Vty center SW\4 aftrackof'N'Zr l :: 18 JS 28 20 Butroff. P C._ 0.28 rot H9 _______.______ ___._.____.._.._ 811" II 11 II unknown __.. '1.0S Lot B2 -.----.--..?-----------?-- II 1 30 I 'Vena. C... ... 1,17

1113 1 'tV' and on N line of NW" of ., _____..______.----..._...__...... III al II 6 Hodore, 11 W 6 1.01 Lt 90 --.----. ..-------.--------- JIi "al Ii Unknown .. 1.1' a
rot,[ run W 1811 tt 8 ft E to RC .I Lot. 122 _____.____________-.;1__ .. III' 26' II., II Crllll1. J H...._ .1.01 9J -- -"---... : .. 18 PB .. II Unknown y ___ I3q
t a" then N.We.t"r y along raid ' .Got, 17 .-----__________________....::_ la .26 81 II Unknown ____ 1.01 Lot lOl .--; C---- -' :-''--l- 80.30. -. 5..p.rk..t..ll.ll$ ,_- '
t of Vay to b II'.._._....___________-J 18' ,26 2S l Wllaoh{ :. hi h.. Seminole. Land & Inv Co.'. Sub- Lt 11 .-.--.-;.;- ..-- .,.,...-... .. YA 10 ,
( Atrr. 1.lv of all ...ractl exeupt! E4\ of Nm' .. a 1 h........ .. "..: il26, 30 .6 lire.'. M C _._. 1,17T'he
'i of NB% at II 2S 40 Unknown 4)111 V \1......? 1.9U 44 B of Canal and .J1\4, of aE"- ex- Sominola :. dT v-Co'e: SubIIV : .
NB Cor of Lot 4 rtin-W 8.14'Iihe .. .... .
'teept timber 1.I.a. to the Klialm.m. of I.ts 3 and 4 an.d % of u
P 7.64 ch. then N.E..at..rlr' along .. Lubmer Com pan)" .:______.--. $3 28 ::11 HW W. of 9HY4 ---SJ. t U 30 ., !

t of WlIY J.MJ4. _ the jo .F Lot 1i1 ______.___________..__.__________ 13 241 se II tJnkno..n ___.._ LOS Lot 10- -..--- ------.--...-..-- {7 'J6 31.. II Cornell, W H.. .1.01 .
'- :!6 25.26- iot-15-; : =::::::.:=.:.".;':.====__=-_t 3'-141--8 -- ---1 mkft.. --:;':..,.."':;.---1,08 .14t--04- -. ---$O___- _UQo\n10.. -

;582'chir"N ftnd"io"ff"B"ofSw"oor 1 Unknown; .... 1.78 Lot 17 __________________7Vy _______ 13 III II II Unknown __ ___ hob I.ot S7 --;-- --_.--.--------.l 26 30 6 ___ '
ff Lot ,4 run N 189 the K I.16 cha. Lot 18 ______ u__._ :__=t_.._ 3S 28 II Unknown _____ 1.01 l.t 90 _- 26 11 6 Unknown 1.08
LeI ch. W I.16 cha to bear_ 16 25 2ft Lot 20 _____ _____ .__________________ IS 26 II 6 Unknown _____ 1.03 Lot 9a .-u------------? -- 17 24 I Cochran. O'1' 1.081 J

leas 70 yd. square In NE Cor-' 1 26 28 6 Unknown ; 1.77 Lot 22 ______h __ _ ______________ ___ 13 21 31 II Unknown _---- 1,03Lnt Lot 108 _____ _-_ --.__ 17 26 all Unk-own ___. ,
61 .
Johnaon, MraSO 33 Unknown Th Land Inv Co Sub. 1

it" of NE% and BE'% of SW34 S 26 V'llay ------ 509 Got ltj5 _:==:::::::::::::::::::::::::: 83 U U g Unknown ::::: 1:81I.u" : {rlv ofSmnlno16no43of\ I% .----------.a------ I 28 80 !1

of NW of NW"" -.--- 14 27 Clark, H I..*,. 392. 27 _________.___________________ 33! 241 31 II Unknown __ 1.03 Lot II ---------------------------.-. -I 26 30 II Unknown 1.01 '
W of 8WI4: : : """ 20 25 P.i 27 20 Ivey. 1. M _n_ 4.79 I.or 31 ---.-----------.--.-------- IS 211 31 5 Stewart, W A__ 1.03 Lot 1 ___: ___J__ ____________________ 19 23') Ii Unknown _. Let ..

liiry' B Morgan's tiub.61---t--L------ 12: [ A Block 8 u __ 2S Lot 89 h _. .__ __ __________________ 83 26 81 II Unknown __ ___ 1.03 Lot U ---.------ -------------------- 26 I'} 6 Unknown ._ __. ; ' llCOOSSEl10 : ------7---------- 1 26 28 2 Strickland A J 3.34 Lot .41) . ._ __ __ _- ,---- ---------- 83 28 31 6 Unknown ___ 1.03 I Lot 97 ._ _____n_ _____________,_.__.. II 26 31 I M.Lh[ C I__ 1.0E" yrThe
and I1. Dlk r, __ __ __ Lot 67 .UUhU _________ __.___ 3'3 28 HI 1Jlro..on.. J O._ J.03 Hemlpole\ Land &Inv Co. e Sub-
NYAtEDE mn Unknown u__ 1.09 Lot RA -.,__ 83 28 81 \ 6 Tilton, U R 1.03 of All 20 28 H'')
-- - -- -- -- ------ ---- Jlv -- -- --- ---- -- "
16 Blk 42 _. les---------------------------------:: 33 26 81 6 t'nknown _ ::: LUSLnt : '' 3 4 _.n__ __ ________.__ 20 2A 31 10 Dlmmon. Eva_ 1.11 +
16 Blk 45 u ------ _--_-- -_-_ -- minx! J A _u 78 1 12% __ _ n__. ___ u_ 33 26 31 6 Unknown un_ 1.03 Loa 36.ant. fit. 01 _____ n___________ QI 26. 20 Slaymaker. 8__ J.11 "'.,
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7 Dlk9 uu.n_ __=_. _. _u_ iinlaB. J AStamlfr -- .78 The N" minole 1.Il..d. & Inv Co. .. SubItll 11..1.( 86 and 112 _-___ ___ ___ ___ _____ __ 26 31 10 Emery. A ____ 1.11 '
u.n u ; 1 Mil a "r nil except 'flmh..r Lease to Lots 101 and J08 n__________________ 20 26 HI II Emery)'. A ____ 1.11 1

6 Blk 61 _ _un"n_._ __ _. Nina"irlan. ._.u 1 .08 th.. KIRHlmlll..I. Lumber Company4 27 31 Lot 116 -- . -_ ____________ __ 21 26 H.., 6 I..ah'r. N ____ 1.01
J.A u_ 78 1.141) __ 31 6 ChaePft 6t .A8 I Lot PO6 3') G : 13 ____ 1.0S
| S 1Hlk Bile 71 61 : : :. -: _.____________ ____ ________ I I'nknnwn u .7 Lot:: 11 := : = : : :: : : : = : =:=v. :::::::: : H 31 6 Ihtlrll. .::=: :,68 I The: Mnlil.: ;. 'I&n- -vt'H -i): Icralle. ;

!1 lllk\ 77 ___-_-_ ________n__._. Or.liiH, .J A --- .7/j/ I Lot 4" . . u.u_ _ _ ___ __ _______ 4 27 3 ] Ii l'nlaunul __ on .tR 1)4w ) NIV4 or N1V'4\ n 21 26 3.1 '.
n Hunt. M L --- 7-8 I Lot 61 4 6 l'nlutwn .8A Lots __ __ ___ ___ __ 26 9n, 10 Richard.. F. V 1.11
I 1 b 4 Ilk Hlk 93 103 ._._ un_ __ _________.__._ Hunt' M L ---- .78 :Lot:: 4444 : := = :: :: =- :: =::::::::::::::::: 4' n jU G Unknnwn: : :: : :: :.88 Lot J- ----11_.----_--------uun----_-_- 2 26. 30 6 Unknown1.03 n t,

Agricultural 'Co'll bGivor'2 Miller. <; un_ 78 List 711 _ - -nn. __n _- _____ __ 4 27 31 5 III a""' ,.)' J F__ .tR; I Lot 32 _- -_ ____ --_ -__--_ __________ 2 230 6 Cha..... l' B ___ 1.01 ,
25 31 Lot 36 -- - ._ ___ __L_ _n_______ 26 30 5 Unknown ____ 1.08 .
I Fruit & Truck- -- "LanJ: "Co.'s"-"Sub---- - 32 25 :31 20 Livermore. K K' 10.06 4,41414' Lot 46 _ u _ _____ ______________ __ 21 26 SO i Unknown ____ 1OS

12 13 14 Blk 13 __ 'Dn'. I"ot 89 ____ __ -- .. __ ____ __ __ __ 4 27 31 5 J'lInhnm. C g _ ..8S'I. Lute 116and. l7 h u________.______ 21 26 3" JI 'Voud. J. _____ 1.6J t
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n 16 25 27 40 I'lll K & T Land ... Srnllnol.. 1.lInd & Inv Co"a SubI0v Lot 86 -- uu.___________ _____. ._ 21 26 30 Unknown ____ 1.01

12 and 13 Dlk B __._____ ( 'o 422 '' .r all't Timber l.cu"O to Let 8H _. ._ ._ ___________n_ _____ 2 26 31 II Hate.. L ______ I.OJ t
nn. 26 25 27 20 Ma I'' & T Land Kleeluunee I.um ?'r Company ___ on 127 31I. Lot hll .uuu______ __ ____ __ 2 2'1 5 Caron. N B__ 1.01

Co. .. 2.48 Lul, I II _ -_ - __ _- ___ _____ __ ._____ Ii 27 $1] 6 Regers; : S _ ._ .8.1' List 1u4 _ uu. _____-___ ___ ___u __ 26 30 6 'Vldrhc. H O1.03 yILul

76 TTJER Blk 17 Lot 20 _-_--___ ________________ __- -__ f 27 31 6.1. l.aughlln.E1.. ..8SI. 12 -. _ __ _________ ________ __ 21 230 6 "'lsh.r.O E____. 1.01 i. I
6 ___ .
and ------- ....-- I. nlT. :J O 1.09 Ii 27 S1 1\ F'eelrr. '1.-----.8R 26 30 r.
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Lot 24 .____ _______ 2 Chadwick 0 B 1.08
1 and 2 Blk 21 .. ____ __ __ Lanier, J U____ 1.09 -.u.u 127. 31. 6aa.; .. A _ _ .IiK The: n1 ii f.Inf: ;- Sub1)iy : 1"t
Lot3 ______ ___-__ _______________l__ Co.'e
It 7 and 8 Blk 21 __ nnn____ Mercer: hn 1.OH Lot 63; _ _ __ un.nn__________ 127 31 t'.known _ on .hK uf All._n_ _________________ 2 26 81) "

: Hlk 21IMMEK _'_iiK---u-------u---- Mercer, 78 Lot 69 __ UhUU______________ 5 27 31 6 Unknown _ n_ .8 K Lots 6 and 21 __n__________________ 26 30 10 Moore F Du_ 1.81 'I
I and 7/ 6 31 111ddie.1 1'rc Lot K ________ ______ S2 26 30 5 Unknown ____ 1.01 .
1 and S BlkII 6 _____::::::::-uu . 10 E l F un__ 1 SO 1.1)4 S711 - - ::: : =::::::::-.:::::::: 5 n 31 6 Unknown; __ ::: JJ Lot 16 __ _____u n---------______________..______ 22 24 II 5 Walker R J 1.0S ?

and 14 Blk 12 .-.-- 10 I'eglon, H n__ 1.DO Let 82 . u __ ._ ___ ___00 ________ 127 81' 6 1Illnaon. John__ .88 Lot 26 UUhn__ _____________.__ 2 26 30 r. Unknown _.___ 1.08 ,1 ?
|7 Blk 11JV4 __ u.u ________ : 2 : Wi-lla, W (i_ 88 Lots 83 and 4 __ _____ ____ _________ 127 31 10 lnrk. J M _ __ 1.32 Lots 37 and 4 _________________.__ 30 III .[ivermore.ID 1.61 1
lkIh 14 u _______m_::::;: : $ I NewelUtfraWI.Uiiwning. 88 Lute 110 and, 115 nnUn.uu__ Ii 27 31 JII lIa<,kcrlllt.O 'V J.12 Lota 4U1. 73____________________ 22 26 30 20 AUKtn. S___ 2.16
|6 ._ ___ ____. ______, ----- J Q.. 1.32 The Setnnole. ) land 6 Inv Co.'. SubUIv Lot 66 UUnh _______ _____________ 22 26 30 II I ____ 1.01
I I'B1 and 16 Dlk H _______:: : IBB Hurrah; F OHraUKhlon. - 2 61 .r all rzrl.I't 1'Il11her Lease to -, Lot 74 uunn_______._____._ 2a 26 80 6 Horman. T T__ 1.03 h
It 614.-H :: : CIS: 1 17 th. Kla..lmn" Lumber Company6\ 27 31 Lot 98 ___ __ ________________ 22 226 30 6 Havis. T E___ 1.01
I 1!andnd 1311B k22--------------- 10 Taylor 11 Y-- 1:90 1.1---------------------------- II 27\1:\ 6 l'nkno..n __ .88 Loa 1111 and-126__ ____ __ _____________ 22 30 10 Wood. J H____' 1.11 !

1 24 ____:::::::--un. 10 WF .___ 1 .RO Lot 23 _ _ u_____ ______ __ 1\i 27:11: 6 II..k"own _ on .88 Lo1I16 __ _. ___ ___ __ ______.__ n____ 22 26 30 6 'Vood. n B.___ 1.0J
J 7. 10IL 16 Blk 26 ._____ _n__ 14 ncoln.Yencoln AVanAuken _- 2 48Seminolu7l.rnd l.ot2 u. _ _ u. _ _.u----u- fI 27 31 6 Rolfe. <: _ _ .8/1/ Lm: : ] 23 - -- - - -- -- - ------ 22 26 30 6 Land. C A____ 1.0J }
U A 88 R 27 GVetl8t PIn. A .8A 1'ho Semlnule n.---Inv :
-- 243 1.1,1 47 Cn 9 SubU1v
&. Inv Co'a; Sub i)* I Let: : Rn, - : : m : -- ---=::::::::::: 6 21 H 6 11nmlItml I .f : .88Leta I II. ur all except NE34 of SW"V. \

t. of NE14\ and gl', of 812(4( andNEof 72 a..tI .3 _ - nnuu __ II 27 31 10 Sumer: ]. Mn J.32 "Xl'pt Timber Lease to the Kls8lm-

NEK\ <>f NXV '4 anti (S; 4t of NE44 Lot _ _ _ _unu__ f1 27 31 r. l'.known _ _ .88 me.Lumber Company -- ---- --- 23 26 30 41'
NEi. and Ii'V, of NW& and NE"fS' Lot Rh u u __u __ ________ II 27 31 6 "'.'Id'n. S 1;;__ .88 Lot 6 _.UUhn___________________ 23 28 30 5 Freer. .7 E____ 1.00

", %, and NW % of NW % ler >a Lot 107 __ _ _ _ __ _. ___ __ __________ 6 27 31 6 111arehall A _ .88 Lot K ___ - __ ___--_ _____________ 23 28 30 6 Ilekoa Mre D 1.03 "
NXV 979 fl.V Got tI_ __ __ ____ __ __ 6 26 31 'Pe) SPatlnnle: Lan,1Inv CO.:;* SubI11 i Lot 31 __ ._ ___ _._ ______________ 28 26 30 5 Unknown ____ 1.0J

2 9 __ -- - -___ _____----_____ 6 26 31 5 Unknown --- 132 IIr nil 1'-ra"'l 'xro'pt Timber Lot 46 ___ __ ___hu__.____.______ 23 26 00 II Button, F P1.0E
| 24 and 25 un____._____ 6 26 31 10 Ulalch A M __ 21K Le11xe Ill the Klee/mmeu Lumber Lot 60 __n_ __ _nn ___ ._ _____ 23 230 6 Palmer, J ____ 1.08 I
18. 41. 69 6 26 31 IB Saunders 1 I' E 306 ('unlpxay _ uu__ _ __ ___-__ 27 31 Lot 62 ------- ------------------- 2:1: 26 30 6 Unknown ____ 108 ;,
48'a 9--------------------- 6 26 31 10 I'lfer. J _n___ 2.18 Lute 1,1. 62. 13.; 0.4. 66. 46. 61 __un __ 7 27 31 a5 Seminole l..antl J Lot 63 __ n_ --- -------------- -- 23.26 311 6 Unknown ____ 1.08 11
I 61 and 62 uun_ ____________ 6 26 31 10 llllnle. 11 U____ 2 18 & In,'. Co. __ 3.19 1.."- 04 __ n __-____________ ___________ 23 26 311 r. "'ranb.rt. L 1.0J ,

3 u _unu____ _ 6 26 Jl 6 Unknown ____ 132 .Lot 26 _ _ _ _ _ __ __ ___ 7 27 31 1\ Drown. I. A__ .88 Lot 68 ------ -----" .------.--------- 21 26 20 6 Unknown I __ 1.01 "
4 - _ __ __ ____ nn_ 5 26 31 6 Unknown ___ 132 Lot 3K - _ _ __ _ _____ ________ 7 27 31 6 Unknown __ ___ .SM Lot 67 n ___ ______-_ __._______u_._ 23 26 r. Unknown ____ 1,01 fi
BO -- -- 6 26 31 6 Unk..ownon 132 Lot 42 _ _ _ _.__nn__ .U 7 27 31 6 Unknown _ u_ :BAL.rl tot 81 _ --__ --____ --_________.__ _ 23 26 80 6 Unknown _.__ 1.03
lijemlnola- -Land 4: Inv c"8; i): HD _ _ _ _ _--_ _______ -- _ -- 7 27 31 6 Unknown! _ _u .8% Lot 96 nn _. _ ______________ ____ 23 26 6 dates E __ 1.0a

of Ett of NEVi and SW \Vt of Lot uo _ _ __ __ _ - ____ -- - __-- -- 7 27 31 Unknown _ u_ .88 Lot 101 _ __ ___ __ __________ ______ ____ 23 30 6 ilnknown'H 1.08 ,
t\i and SH'i of NXV \14 and S.,. of Lot 91 _ _ _ _ . ___ __ nn __ 7 27:11:: 6 Unknown _ _. .88 Lot JOG nu__ __n______________ __ __ 23 26 30 6 _. 1.03 ''f
r2 of NWl*. and SH --______ _--_ 7 26 81 Lot 121. u _ __ .n __ 7 27:11: G 1'nknow.. _ ___ .88 Lot 107 __ ____________ u______________ 23 Y6 31) 5 Unknown ____ 1.0S 4'
Fa r and 16 _ un__________ __ 7 26 31 10 Snillli I. C__ 2 18 File. 4entlnnl, .. Laud & Inv Co.'e sub- Lot 108 n____ __ .._unn._ 23 26 31 6 Unknown ___ 1.0E
6 7 31 Cll'BM H ___ -_ 1 .12 INv. or all Fraud except Tl1nbcr 1.01. 111 and 14 n____________.____ 23 26 31 JO WIR.. C A ___ 161 FI
[ 60 and- --68-- - = : -'"-:::::::: :::::: 7 : 31 Ig CiiHhman. MraLUiiknowii 218 1./1. In the KI..allnlnt'e Lumh"'r Co. Ii 27 31 Lot 117 __ ___ __ __ __ __ 23 26 30 6 Unknown ____ 108

1 _ --__ __ _n___ itfi 31 B u__ 132: I II.u'2\ _ . _ __. __-u----- 8 27 31 6 Unknown _ ___ .8MI" Lot 122 u. -- __ unu_______ __ __ 23 26 31 6 ____ 1.03 4Till.

il _ ____ ---- __ __-- 7 26 81 B Unknown _ u 132 ".'" 17 _ _ un __ ________ x 27 31 Ii Unknown: _ U .88 : : 23 26 30 6 Unknown ____ 1.03
__ __ FI.d. F C--- 21K I..4 2'x 2 31 6 Unknown .88 Semlnule; Inv Ca'i Sub: ,
f68 and 77 _ _- -____ __ -- ; 2.:11; : :: 1.-n-c-iu
_--_ _- ____ ____ __ 26 3t HIr 1\ 1111'0 M i: 1 :12 Lot:: 41 N 27 31 5 l/known :: ::: .99: UIv or all Lee' on

89 _ nn 6 r, IJnknow nUnknown 1 J2 1..1 42 n.uuuu_ __ H 27 31 r. l'nkllo" ____ ..8M4J N'h to thl Kla..llmee .__ 2// 2R 30

_ 7 26 : :_: 1 12 Lot, uuu. _ _ hun H 27 21 I r. UnkllUwn _ ___ .88 Lot __ __ _ __ __ u_________ _____ 6 Nesbelt C__ 1.0a
K5 Rl : : ::: :::: :: :::::::: 7 26 Br UnknownUnknown - 1 J2 l.ul. 44 _ -- __ _- - -- __ 8 27 31 r. Unknown _ __ .88 Lot 5 - _unnnu______ 24 26 31 6 Unknown I____ 1.08

96 -- __ __ __ -_ ___ 26:11: !f.i . -- 13.2; Lotr 4 ___ __ ___ K 27:11: 6 l'nkllOwn _ _ ..A8Lul Lot 2U _u.u_ _______ _n_ __ ____ 24 26 31+ 6 Shudlam, m __ J.03 7
i 97. 112 113. 128 _-_--- __ - _- -_ 1. 26 :41: 20 Kenney. A 11.8'2 H _ _ __ __ __ .uu_ h 27 ::11 f. \'nl< lIown __ ,KRI. Lot 21 uu _ ___ ._____ ___ ___ __ _ 24 2f ::11 6 Unknown ____ 1.03
_-_ _ __ 7 26:11: r Unknown _ 1 1:12: I...' n unun x31 GI. Unkllown _ n_ ..K8I Lot 2K u __ . ______ __ ___ 24 : 6 Unknown ____ 1.01 i
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.lclmlnolc Laud -&--Iv -t'oSub--- : Lot, 4'1' _ _ __ __ _ un_ __ 4 27 31 Unknown _ __ ..8ALis Lot 41 __ nn_ _-__ ________nn 24 6 Unknown J.03 r

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_ __ ____ _. ___ __ 2 6 u __ ____ IXI 2.:11, : f. Sliwart II M.. 1.17 Lot .2 -.u _ _______ R 27 XI r Unknown _ __ ..88Ld I.ot 73 __ ___ __ 24 2'; 30 6 Unknown ____ 1.01
II - uuu f.'I" .,. It A ___ 1 17 : N 27 :II G Unknown ,88Loo n\------------n-- 26 30 Unknown r
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_ ._ uu_ _ .__ _ I 14 2.:11: r, 'I'11 in pi'l 1'1. 1. 17 Lot' GS _ _ _.__ _ __ _--__ H 27:11: 6, Unknown _ ..KK1. I.ot h4 ___ u_ ._ __________ ______ _ 2/ 26 30 6 Unknown :!:: t 1 '
1206 __ __ _ IK1't 26 31 B 1'.1)11)'J, 1.17 I.ol' Gil' uun __ _. 27 al I\lnknown _ _u .KK Lot' 9.3 UH. - _ ___ _--_ __ _______ n/ 2. 11 G Cnry D J ____ 1.01
_ nnu_____ _____ I' 2.:11: 10l M..I'u' 1911 I \ 1..1 G7 _ .n.u.h_ _ __ 27 3\\ G> "nkno" o _ _ ..K8I. Lot 96; nO. __ __ _______ __ 36: 6 Unknown h __ 1.01 4
118 and 12o -- - _ 117 _ K:1i 31 G ('nknown _ ..88Ld Lute 87 _ ___ 24 6
_ _ ____ III 2.li 31 6 olden. C I.d :.0' un.u n and 1% u.________ Clinlerman. SB 1.61
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rminoh I.ulldI hE'. orII'; ". rx I..t 61 27 ::11 & Unknown _ _ .'N Lot 1 __ ___ __ __ ___ -_ _ 24 2f 30 I Hchol<,k.M-1 V__ 1.01 0,
of all except KlHBlmof Lot ,62, . _ 'hu __ h 27 31 5 Unknown _ _ ..A8I,1 24 30 "chtgs. JL 1.0J
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IS _ __ un_ _ _ __ _ I 19; 2r. :JlJl f. 1'nk, .." n - IU.1 I. t I h.. S'"I1".I." 1..11,01, k Inv C.'s HuhU t h.' K1eeimm1-e umber Co.---------- --- 25 26 3fJ
_ _ n _ _ __ u I !. 26 I I f. Ink now n I o P3:; '' ? i: nil xn ''t: '1'Imb.; ; r L 'npe to Lot b9 n____ -_ : 26 30 6 I'mlnol.: land 1. ',
31 __ _ _ __ _ I" 2''. : f. IJnkuuwo\ . ,, 1 1.11:1: ,,, lslexilnun I ,. Lntnh.r Cmnpuly _- 9 21 31 Cu. ._
43 _ u._ _ __ I9 I : "n I :IIU f. Unluio"a. -__ 11111. ;1 Lt, I _ _ - u.u "1 27 ::11 r t'nkllll'h'll _ ..R8'I. 'L..t 22 - -- -- _n ___ ___. __ __ -- 26 26 30 6 Unknown ____ 131. ,
44 .u_ _ _ _ _ u I :' 2.. .IIil f. I 1',1'0', ii n _ 1 I..a. I II Lot 4 ._ _ _ _u_ __ ::11 f.I"'n'Ira! Ii Jl .KS.Lo4 1..1 fii u __ __ nn_____ ___ 25 Y6 30 6 Unknown ____ J.OI xf
61 1 _ __ __ _ u_ _ 19! 21 I. ; f. I'.k..o"' __ I 10:1:I 5 ,_ _ u.u- :' 27:11: 6 Hut k"K.. C Itu ..KKI. N/ H .- _ ____ ___ __ __.___ _____ 25 23U 6 'Pelenon. J 1.01 4Lot
86 . _ _ _ .nu_ __ I" 21 3 I G A HKInonLnknowti Alt 1..3.. Lot. 7 _ _ 0. __ .___ U 27 ::11 f. I'nk""n _ ___ ..KSI. 1.0' 87 and 911 ._n ____ ___ __ ______ 26 244 30 JO Johnson L 1_ J.61
76 _ _ _ _ ___ _ I" 21 31 6 .u 103:1 Lot I''; u..u__ _ ____ R 27 31 fi 1'lIk"owlI' .n ..HKq. J .. s 119 and 12 __ __ __ --,_ __- -____ _- 26 26 30 JO Ilell. 1'' K__1.___ 1.61 ,
77 _ _ __ _u_ __ Iv 21', Jl f. L'nk uown _____ 1.:1. ..., In" _ _ _ __ __00 _________ II 27 31 Ii "kllu"n _ on ..KIIi !Lot IY6 26 26 31 I Unknown ____ 1.01 '0
Xl _ __ _ __ _ __ __ 19: 26 31 r. Unknown _nu ] eA:I i Lot. 25 _ __ _ ..u __ _____ ____ 'U 2.:11: 6 l'nknowlI u ..148'Let h.. Sentlnole Land & Inv -e--S i:
81 -_-_ 1_ _ I9: 21> 31 r Unknown1nknown __n_ ] II.I: 26 _ __ __ u..nU___ n!' 27 31] fi 1I'nJ.lInln.. I"' 111 .88 PIor All _--- --_ __ _____" ___ 26 26 30 y

82 _ __ _. _ _ I 19: 21 Jl f. _ __ 1113: ,' Lu1, :10'' _ _ _ _ ____ __ ______ :9 27 al 1\ U"knuwlI _ n_ ..K8I. 1.01 3 and 1 _ __ ___ ______________ 26 26 111) 6 Rarnee. H 0__ 1.8J "
90 _ - - 21; 31 r. JUIKB.' \S 1'-- I.oa: Lot 3 I . _ __ _ _u_ ____ __ ____ 9 27:11: 6 t'lIknuwlI _ __ .MS 4 - -. .-- --- h_ nn ---.---- 26 21 6 Inll. ] B__ __
I 91 -- _u.n. _ _ 26 31 6 Unknown ___ __ 1.03 Lot 3f' _ nuun_ ______-n __ ____ ,9ti ::11 6 l'4) kuewn - .8% I.ot 24 u __ .n ___ _______ __ ,_____ 26 3" 6 D H._ 101.
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116 __ !Iub-, 19: Lot 38 __n ___ ___ .______________ ____ 9 27U 6 \'III"wlI _ n_ ..88Lel Lot 26 - -- --- ----------------------- 26 26 30 6 Unknown _.._ 1.01 ?
Seminole Lalld & Inv Co.'e NJo and 63 __ __ _.u_ __ __ ________________ 9 27 31 6 'nknown ___ .88 140t 27 _n_______ ____________ ____ 26 28 30 1 Unknown 1.01
IoofaSE3aChnd SW"" of ot SW"'- eX- Lot 54 ________ __ ____________________ 8 27 Jl 5 Unknown _____ ..88l"ut l.ol U. 4. 79 -.------------------.- 226 30 1 Donmoyer. WA
tiE'H Klaalm65 62 __-____d.._______.__.________ 9 27 31 6 Unknown _____ ,8S 46 --..-----------------.-.-- 2 26 30 Abram W 'S._ a.l '
pt Timber !.vase. to tho __._..._ 20 26 31 Lot 6K ..________-_-.---.._..---.-.... 9 2T ,81 6 Unknown _____ .8M Lot r.8 -.------- ..-. ---?. .,.!.. 26 80 II Unknown 1.08 w
... Lkunhll.r ComillLny .--.". 21) 26 31 S Perkins. II C., 1.03 I.ota 71 and '14 ...__.-_-_-.._------ 8 27 31 10 Unknown __.._ 1.Ia LoU 68 anet 71.---.---.-..-..---..-?-- 126' 10 10 Stlwel. Z B- 1.61. .
I. __ __ _n__"___----- .----- 1.03 77 .. .. .. +. 9 17 31 II Unknown ___,. .88Lot'78' Lot .. .... .. .. 16 80 II 1
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7 .-.__. ._. 20 26 11, 6 .Unknown .:.... 1.03 _.......i'<--..yr. .ry,jO,.eelF..+""lfhlldiM. ,.+rM. 0 27 81 5 Unknown .-.-_ .88 Lot . .. _". 26 20 30 b _
42 __ _ ?___._. . 27 31 6 Unknown __..._ .88 . . ... .! Carlson' 0. 1.0i I""
----------------------------C.---- ____ 20 26 31 6 Shifter.: O C.. 1.03 Lot.7D _.___________.._--.. ..-_..__ -- Lot 81 ---. ...-.--------..-- ---- af .
48 _ _ _ _ _ __ ______;.____ __-_ : 26 31 6VIlls.. A S ____ 1.03 Lute 82 Ilnd 115_.:____..._______________ D 27 31 10 81arch J ____. 1.Ia Lot 111 ---, ---.------------.-------- 28 26 6 Unknown __. 1.01

_ _ ._ _ __ __ _ _ 21 26 31 6 Blown. S _n __ 1.OJ I Lot 113:\ _ _ _ u __________ __ _______ I' 21 31 Unknown _ n_ ..K8I. Lot 112 ----.---------_--------------- 26 26 311 II Unknown :__ 4
104 i'e'x PO I.ot .4 _ _ - ____ ____ "9. 27 81 5 l"k'lOwn' __ __ .8S Lot 114 -- ____ --____. _-- -__ 21 26 HO 6 Unknown ____ 108. ,
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of all I 1'.1 x.. .pt 'I'I"h'r 1 I a 31 1'nkoown .8AI.t l:: Ig4 : : : : :: ::::: : : :: 20 26 6 Unknown
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I "'! 21 21; 31 6 1'lll.hewn _ 14:4: 9h -------------I 27:11: :. 1'"kn"wlI .n_ ..81.04 Lot:: :127 : = :: : : : : :: : 2'', 26 30 6 Unknown 1.03
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i "t 2 4.:" __ __ .' 210 6lnkn"wn on. 1.0:1: Lot ,IH: _ _ _ :_- _ _ --_ ---- II 1 '; ::111. f. { ,,.. ,, ,> _ u_ 1 32Iot : I.II' S0. 29 211 au ; Smith. I C____ 103
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I ..t 26 - - 2ir: 211 :IIII f, UnknUnkn now -- -. 1 (OJ Lot 125 - _ -- 11 2'; :.. G; t'okuuwn, 132 .r 1 I': '' of NIP/4 and Let, 4 ::12! 2'; 311
01 2';, 2r 2,, : 6 I) n - - 103 ,nlloul. L.11nl &' l"v"O.'s- Sub- LI'H ::::1. 4 H. lit n ::12! 2. al 21 6111111. C J_____ 2.71

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J ...t 701 2 .. .1; :IIII G I MllII nw n - - p\ ; ::111 .. I"N, 2 37 l.tx v7 and :I 2'; :!') Thomas. H G__
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Lot 10 __ 30 211 31 5 1 OJ Lot ::: n _ __ _uhu_ 13 2i\: 6 r'alntrr I N'__ 17.0 Lot ::4--------------------\ 3: 26 6- White. D ____ 1.03 0
Lot 2- _ ::10 21i 31 I 6) I'nknown - 1 _ 13 : JII I1ul.t I I'' 47 ) r0 . : 26 311 10 Col"man. C A__ 1.61 t
fUnknown_ 1 111:1:1 Lisle :. and 61 _ _ _ _. __ _ __ _ < \ : I.s 1..1 -
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Lot Ii4, _ 30 26 31 5 -- -- \ ; ) 6 ; _ __ 117l.dx I.I'I. hi __ ::1 6 31 5
._ 1 1"3 Lot' ..::1 _ _ _ _ -__ ___ - _ _. 121:1 - " u 101
Lot lib ._ _ - u 26 31 6 Unknown - Lot, h4 . __ : 26 II Unknown _._.
uu __ _ :w 1 11.1 7 ) 11".1 __ _ \ ; 31 101 1'Ieoping, 1.__ J 9"I..t '/ u - .u : .
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The Iand N\V..r .' \ Inv Sub- I.., 38 .u_ _ _ _. _ _ nn 3 26 30 I Ulkl".n __._ 103
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Klas1mm" l-uinb. Compaio ------ JlJl 21 31 5 1 21 lnv to I47 Lot Uh _ ) r. K'nne. A H__ 103 _
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Lot: 15 _nuu-::: : =::::: 31 21 31 6 unknown _n 1.03L01 47. 60. 63 ___n._ _____uou n 1 1 26 31 20 Caldwell. I' U __ 334 L.t 127 _ u _ __ _ _ __ ._:_ I. 26 30 .11 W H_ ..'J.

Lot 38 - = -- : ::: :: ::::::-_:_ _00 __ __ __ 31 26 31 : KlnKBbury.Unknown -WJ-- 1 .03 I.ot. 3. _ _ _ _____ __ 1 26:111: 6Velc11.. J 1 _ 117 '1"e 1.:'I n... xlcand &Inv Ce 'N .Sub'Iv .
108 - __ 31 20 31 _ __ ___ 26 30 i. Kenne 'V 117 ] nil -
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Lot 117 .-_ __ ____________ 31 26 31 6 S on__ 1.01 Lot 7 __ ____________ 26 30 II Unknown __ __ 1.17 c" pl Timber I.ease -
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Lot 122 ____ n__________ 31 26'1 6 Smoke Lt 26 30 6 WI' 7".' ].umber Company ___u__ ____ 36 230
Lot 126 Inv -Co.;,.--SubDarf Lot 195O :::::::::::: :::::::::::::_--_::: 1 26 30 6 Horton.eIJ C__ Uf Lot 104 - -- _ -- -- _ __ _- _- _- -__ __ 36 26 30 II Scmlnole Land .

Th Seminole Land &Timber LeaBO toLohe Lot __ _ ____ _ __ ________ ________ 26 81 6 __n 11 & Inv Co. __ LEI :
all except Company gUn _____ 1.03 11 and _ ____ __ ___ ________ I 2 10 Melee, A _ ____ Iota Rand 9 - ------- ------ --"-- 3 28 80 10 Boothby. B F__ 1.1
Klaalmmee umber 6 Unknown 1.01 Lot. 16__ ____16_ __ _______ 80 6 Wentworth. Lot 45 ------------------t--------------2 8 6 .-ntle. M n__ 1.01 //30
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Lot 16 ...- SI !' 11 Ii Unknown ----- 1.01Lot of AU __ __ &_________._______ 1& 30 .uuu.. __ ________ _______ 26 30 6 __ 1.01 ,

Lot !' IJ 16 11 5 plncomb. Wm B____ 1.01 ilY ____________nn_un_________ ______ 1 J Z 30 5 Moore. B _J__ 1.1 Lot 77 nu.u __ _ _.____________ 3 26 Ii Unknown L___ 1.01 ., i,
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Lo 17 ______________ 11 5 Baker. 8 C lT ___________ J' 10 Cebla H W- L'. "
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M tt'he Seminole Co:. 8ub- Lot 12. _____ ____ .______ 1 26 ao 11'J Unknown _____ I. All Wlk *7 ____.-.'.,._________._.__ Inv Co. __ lUll
Dlv of all excelt! Timber I.-ea.e lu" Lilt 2611 ___. -._.:,,,?____;_,,-_..;; t 20 30 1'4 Unknown -___ 1.11 eaI" U B..
the Klaalmm6a.... .umbl: CvmpaaY.36. 20!. ( --.-- ,1-utE86 120.401Unknown. ..f.LiS _l. & 8 --J '
uvt 1 and/B_.____.___________..___ .8e 28. 811 6 1: k7iowno ____ -.-.OS' Lot 292 ______._._J_______.__,-..____- 1 26 80 1'4 Unknown- _____ 1,18 LUJ. mi 1 B'kL'i oi'zznczz; :. ". !M-OOt'Vtr-J. D-: t66-"

"3 .. ____ _....____.______ 26.9 Ie 8k11'l.. F S ____ 1.081o8.9 Lot 817 ______-'________-._._____'"____ 1 f8 au 12 Un known'___ 1.18 I lot 18. HIU --------------...":. \" 2'T
Lot 4. ______________________________ 36 26w 6 P'I'r.on. 1'-- Lot 8a4 .. I 28 80 II MPUIB.. A- ____ I.JII Lot 17 Klk 1H5 ___--.4-.,__ Jf.nOj'vi!
61 and i8 __..:________________... 88 2/1 1Ii' 1(1( f llll1well I Z BLot __ 1.81 Lot 8111 _-_-_-_--__--__-__--_.-_-_-_-__-_-.-._--__--=._-_-_-_--- 1 28 SO 1 Unknown .'____ 1.1814t I Lol" H, Ilk 107 _______....'.-y..--.." . > .j 2.1.90'Lut 6'

611 _____ ___ __ _.___ _..:. Ie 28 21" II t-nkn n W103 311! ________._________.__-.__.,. __ 1 28 30 I Unknown _____ 1.111 Lot 17. !108. -------J-...+ w- tuv9ne 1.
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Lot e. _____._. .__ _____ ___ 38 30 6 _-_- 1.11' 18. Ulk IO1 *** Ulknowl tl
2111 1 Lot 4Ctll ________________-____________ I 2. 30 1. Unknown _____ 1.11i 'V-llv"'ac l ....
.Lot .81-:.=.r-===_"_= "' ... =,,...;'."r.-.s'1: ."26 IIU__- ii _Unknown '==.. _6.016V'fU ', Lut.410(' _ ,.. ........ 1.__2I1 20 _,_Unkaown' __.... ___ 8'Luca I Lots 13 and 1. 1lk fU -- --#._-c-_' ,-. "k"o\n 384
Lt 118 ____ ________ ______.____ :Hr ( t.lllent\wli :u_ 1':03: : 423retit. 14' 1 .--_______-___--_-_-_ 1 '26-80. 2'4 \V..ther, )(___. ..10' __.__ --11.f.--- 171- "
Lot 11011 ________ :__________nu.__ 811 2/1 311 r. Unknown ____ 1.113 Lot 41(1 __ _ ___ : ao ___ ]. .18I..VI 1..i"rn1K1ot. *-___ tIluw\1 .
Lot 1111 ________a_____________________ 36 26 1111 r. Bowling, J R__ 1.01 Tha Seminole-- -Land- & Inv-Co!; Sub 1 28 1'14 Unknown h Lot 3, JI] 13 _--f-________"__ --_- 1.28

Lot 101 ______________________________ 311 26 811 Unknown ____ 1.113 of 1V',4 Lot 7. Hlk ] 1 ___ __ --__ (',d"I..
Lot 104 _________u_______________ __._ 8G 26 311 I 5 t111klloWII ____ 1.03 9 __ __ __ :::::::::::::::::::::::= g 26 26 30'80 Unknown I.J8 Lot Hlk11(1( _ ____---_ _-- ___ .__ I'irkiimvn ---- I.:

Lot 114 ______________________________ 3t! 211 ::1" f r. t'III"OW" ---- 1.03 1..1. 10 ____-_.._____.____________ 3 26 30 Unknown -__--- 1.18 Lilt I Hlk lid; .- ____ t'IIk11'11((" -- 11 4
Lot 118 _.____________________n.'_____ 3t! 28 80 .6. I1l1leno" _u_ 1.03 lot 23.---------: ,. 3 26 311 Unknown ___n_ 1.18 Lot 8..Hlk 118Lot _ ....___ _ __ 1'.1'/1 i ---- 1.26

Lou 1111 and 122 ___u_______________ 3/1 26 11" 1' ('",w'nnd.' IV 1.81 Lot 24 _______. -____._________._ ____ 3 26 311 llnknuwn ____ 1.88 .. Hlk UK __._ _________ _______ .i '. AI J.28 ,
128 ______ _____ ._ ___ ______ 1.0' __ 1.28 r
Lot _ - 86 26:1U: Ii Ullk..11 00 tote 208. 209. 23U 2411. Ii 4.78 Lot 111.- Klk111* __ __ __ "lell"\1 n
,. 241. 242, ______ a 26 311 BUI\on.r, a S:_ _ -.- --_
., The Dlev Sem4noieland: 1-ti' ..lJ'.r.t; Bub-- Lot 214 t ___ _n_____::__________;_____. 3 26 10 Unknown ____' 1.111 Lor 4; 18111--1211- :::_- '_ .m----- -- ('nknown "_" 2.2-
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of all Lumber: to ::1.01 285.--__..,_.- ------. :I 26 311 Unknown ____ 1,18I. Lola' N, '.. Hi I ll."Ylflc"l20 Marne i ,, t C._ 8.8&
the Klaalmm,'" Company __ 1 21 311 .I.., 271 _ _____.__ ____.__.___-_ ______ 3 26 30 Unknown ____ 1.18 13. (Hlk 122 00-_ .nU --_ 1 'nl".." ni ___ I.T'
Lot. 8 and 9 ___ n________ ________._ 1 21 311 10 Wrlaht. 1.111 u 1.32 1..1272 _.______._ ______'_______ __:_ 3 28 30 1 Unknown __ .18 Lot 8. Illk 12.1Lot ; __ __ __ ______ ,i-'H" I n I JUnknown _on 1.110
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Lot 13 - un 1 27 Hr/'IH. Lut .IH Hlk 123; ___ ____ _ _ _ .110 ,
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Lola 84 and 47 _00_ __ un ______n_ I 23.\ .. 1(1( l'IIkn..wn _ __ 132 Lot 274 _ ____ __ __ ___ _ I : M J.90
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Lot 4t! _ ____ .__ _ ___ _______ 1 27 3" 5 "nk.-II. __ __ ..3HLol
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qU __________ :1: 2t! 811' 1'4 Ink uuw'n 1.18 Lot 0:. Hlk 1411 00" 1L
6' __ ___ _un__ _ _. _ _ n I 27:141: 5 1 glwo"d, W T_ .X2 Lot 3Ct4 ..'- _ ___- -__ _______________ :I. 241 30 1" Unknown "_u_ 1 HL..la Lot : Hlk 143 ._. .._ --_. ___ l.tlllrr..1 __ 1:28
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Lot 66 1 27 311 6 Unknown
00- - - - - 3HZ; arid 3Ct6 ____ __ ___ _.. _ (Unknown _. 1.28
___ 35l1 Hlk 14St ; _
u __ ___ 3 211 311 tlj, Flint, Lot 7H _____ __ _____ __________ _ ._ ____ 1 27 311 r. !'...lth. J 'V_ __ ,38 '1'1.. Seminole, Land k Inv .., 145 .00 _ . 1.16
Lot III ________ _ ______ __ __ __ _n___ I 27 3" 1\\ Unknown. __00 .118 Div of NK; and E Co. 8ul> 12. Hlk( 1 P.I'0\\'nknow __.u__ ,
s Lot 97 ________ ____ ______ ____________ 1 27 30" r. "nkll"w" ____ .3H \\. of KK'J; %. !It of NW"4 and Lot 17, Hlk 147Lol -_ ( __ 126
_ ___ _____ 'A. i-xcipt R Rt of Way 4 26 30 1C Hlk US __. - 'IIll"\' _
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Lot 911 I 27 1111 r. Unknown
u 00 1 Lola I 3 and :3d _ __ __ _ __ ._. __ 128
: __ __ 4 26 3u II'. MaH,'tt.V T__ 190! l.i.l 2ll, lilk 14H .. 1.1"n _
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'J'I."m I 1101 Lantl & ]11Co'lf- -!Sub-- 00 711 - __ _____________ 4 26 30 14 Boyc"1 'V___ 7.97! 'Lot 12. Hlk 149 u' _ _ UnK now n __00 126

Lot Div/1 of_ all except< H'.1I or SW ____ 00 2 2 27 27 341II 8" 6 Topping. A E .R8 l.ut:Lot:: .1.1 62 I".IIIIIIIIIII: _::.::::: :::: : 26 26 g8 1 1 % Unlutown l'n1auwn::: :: : :::: 1 1.18.18 Lot Lot 28.Ifi. Hlk Hlk 149 14'J _ ___ _ __ u.- 1'nk, ,.).,nKltiKsley, \V_JIll 1.1'126 ,,

II Lot l6 ::::::: _::::::::::::: :::::::: 2 27 30 6 1I (:N. A _.u_ ___ :.88 l 1(17( . ___ ____ 4 28 311 1 Unknown n__ 1.IS Li.IB 1 anil 2- Kill Hill 'lohllHOIl. 1. M__ 206

Lot 34 __ ___ ____ __ _______ _ __ ._ :! 27 3" r. l'nkll'n ..HHJ.ot Lot, IIH .. --n__ 4 80 I' Unknown ____ 1.18 Lnt 4. Hlk Il _ __. I n.i.p. 4' ,__ __ 1.28
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27 120 _. __ ___ 4 26 311 I Unknown _ __ 1 IS Illk ___ _" 1'nitnow __ 126 ,
91 ________ ___ ___ ___ __ __ n_ ____ 2 3" r. 1'111(11)\\ __ .88 10113.
Lot U7 -- 30 6 A Irl .I G .8X 1,01 122 . . .._II'II"-_ 4 26 311 1' Unknown 00-_ 1 18 rills 151 00 ___ _. _ uu_ UnknownI'nknown n_ 126
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Lot 100-----------------------------: 30 5 1+nknown:;; _::: :,58 Lot iill: -----------4 26 80 1h Unknown 00-_ 1.18 2" Hlk 154Li __ __ 11a
'l'h.1"1110'/ '" Land k Inv Co.'s t-ulJ-; Lot>11:17: .. _ -__-_____- 4 26 30 1 Unknown 00__ 118 'IB 9. Hi. II 12., H---------------ll ] 5S. . ..._ Klik 'I' .. ----
Div of xt '1'Inibrr L' .nae toKiasllntnce 1.0'' 189.: __ _.-- ____--___. 4 26 311 I' tTnknown hn 118 Lot t 2U. ( 161] 1I110.'; I I' LKfliK. 4'46
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Lumber; Company; __ !9 3.7 3(1(( I Lot' I 141! _ _ _ _ ___- _- -_ _-______ 4 26 3Ct ] I Unknown u_ 1 18 Iota 7 "" 8, Hlk Ill( __ . \ 41. .. 4'2'

Lot 211 __ ___ __________ _- __ !. 27 3/1 r. !l1I..h'M. J F__ .hS Lot.' 1511 _ __ ___ ___ ___ ______ 4 26 ::11I I' Unknown ___. 1.18 Lot is, HIU 17", .__ 0_ Mam' )ln-Ht.-l. TE 11\7\
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Lot h4 _ ___--_____--__. __ _ ___ !9 27HI: r. I'nknuwlI ____ .b8 Lot 1 <|II: _ . _I"I_______" 4 26 311 1 t Unknown __ h 118 Lot 21 Hlk 1,1 . _ __ I t'nktw, n _-- ll1
Lot U3 _. __ ___ 00 __ ___ _____ __ _ u !. 27 311 Unknown ____ .HH Lot' 223 _.. _____-__ 4 26 311 I' Unknown ____ 1.IS Lot : Hill 1T1 __ __ H"ld.,1 O --
Lot 109 _____________________ ________ !. 27 311 r. Unknown ____ .8H I.nt 224 ._ ---IIIII" 4. 21; 30 11 Unknown ____ 118 Li t x. HIK!I 171 . Unknown; 1 126I
1.01111 __ ________ ____n-____. ________ 'l' 7 30 r. t'lIknown n__ .88 I.ol 22(. _I____ 4 26 311 1 Unknown" ____ 1.18 Lot t in. Hlk 171 I _ . __ 1- 'illmoi.. .1 F.,. 126
Lot 116------ -___ 11 7 3U 6 10111<'1",11. I __ .HM 1..1, 23fi .. __.________ 4 26 311 J1 Unknown un 118Lut I Lot I I't: I.Ik: 171 . __ rtinlNnll: (' H- 126 r,

Lot 127 __ _____ ___nnnu _ !9 7:11t:( 6 l'lIkllown __n ..tiMTh. 251! . __ ___00 __ 4 26 30 1',0 Unknown ____ 116 I..t 2 f.i HIU 171 "1'11''K'"<>w I 1"6 +,
., S mlnul" Lund. & 111\' L'u. a tiub- I 1Duup'x| | Siil.IHof> Lot 37 __. 11 26 311 I.ots .I 1 11 1 mul 12. Illk 172 0 11 11x.11. 7. H_ "O6 '

>Iv.., All_ _ _ _ uuuu 10, ,.7 20 .ots IS anil Hi HIU It V.rnJe lip. Mrs J !L.,I :1!I. !Hlk! !173 . _' !I:1:n!now, n _ :
Lo'l"I2--; =.::_:::::::::: :::: :::-::: in -I411minole;, Land ", -- 03 1 Lot I': K ]..1: ____ - - - I nknown -.- 1' 28
Lola 23 and 24 Illk 1'- I3- 17:1: I : . .
Inv Co. 118 - -- LOIB I 1 I J 20f
l.u18 4. 13. 2(1.( 29 __"U_-hhn_ I" 7 ;;:,", 20 Flt,, :_:: .Lois., 39:I! 4.1>" 41.' 4J. 4.1. 4C. (ilk nl-----. \w1, CV---- 4 29!' 1)1 I .'11"d. 141:1,13- - ..-- ---00- . \\n.ul' \-1.- j2
5 l ll 1S \VlllinniH Sul.-IHv I of Lot 44 _: 11 26 30 ,, 4. Hlk\ 17C :, Ln.un: ; J 26 '
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Lut '3t---------------------------- 6 ___ : Lois:, 1 to 4v tit. xn.pt| lots SO, 2C, 27. .'' II. I.Ik 171.: -- -- I'''I'I '' _ ._ 1 26 '

Lot 63 - - - : -- - -- -- -- -- -- g H ii11 '' 1 '1ijWi! 'i1 g -x \Vnl=h. 1\100 25 !(3 Lot 12 Jl 171.. __ 1'nluu.u' 00 126 I',
Lot 58: -- -- -- -- - -- -- -- -- --- : r, re N'V. KolBoin,; h Sulj-Ulv l Lots 3Snnil > I Lot::: Ir. Ki, __ __ I I'ldl" IA 1 26
Lot 62; I" 2 7 .ill r. 1'11 lumwu __ __ .8x : 42 -- __ nn. ___ : 12 26 30 Lot, i I IIIk:1 1 71, -. ,I'nl.no.v., -00- ] YA .
1.0------------------------- I" :7 '111 r. It'"lIon.< S IL_ .88 I.i.t I2. Illk .\ I"ll 71,811 I'. J 1100__ 109( !' Lot 1 I'' Hlk 17' l."I" awn _ __ ]J.26 2
1.------------------------------ I I" :7, I" r. l'IIkll..WII __ 88f .\ lure Lola ;1"'' .",1' 4J not platted lest LolLnt, l'i :ilk 17i; '. __ 1.28
_ _ _ _ _ __ 00 I In K I ".in' 'II i: ..f N \\' Cor Lot 39 run .t.0" p\
Leta, HI nod I'ij' - u I" ; "0 l" 1'IIu1IOwII, n__ 132: \: < 21 1 and J2 HlkIV. 1. -- ;" Mr.A 201
Lot H3 _ _ _ __ - .- I" 27 1". 5 11nknuwn nn xh 'K; ,t'I'I., I W loo C.' ICO ft.. ]12 26 30 )1'0lsona, NV.. BSr' Hlk 177, ( --0 I I.,, I'1 ; _ 1 26
.2; :P1 'l'oth C. 88Lot 5'// lo. Hlk ITS . __ . _ ___ i I'IJ, ..
A 121 .
: : 99:: u-_ _: : :: :: : : : :: 1 la:: as::: t 1'Itkllnll'n;; : :::: 88 L.IIH li (anil 14 llk: 1 ---00----- Caknou't. -- 2ef, ,; 11"1. 1 1.,1 .' Hlk 1 1iv 180' 00 II, .. ,h ,1',' __ .I:
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t 11(1( 11:7/ : n r. 'nlnllehu l. HA .HH \ u "kIOWI -- 1.1| \\ I
1'hr:i: S: nalnule J.III; <. k:JIIVL--\.: Li.1. Hi.; Klk 2 -0000---------ILol I..r. Joli'' 00 120 I..l::: l'<: :HIK:: : 1.1| : ::-: : -: : -:- : ;,'1\\:. .I" l\'A- 101

Dlv " Lease to 1 IS. Ilk 2 unn________ ___ t'nknuwn 12 Ji, I.IK: 1.1| ,
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the Kf":111'\:: ; : 1 1.uIIIber: ,: Cunl pun): ._ 11 27 w Lol !9 l I. 11 J ',III'r. I I00 00-- ] 2''(; 11..1 I: ".-I t I", ,, ".1 II.;. |Uk 152 u_ __00_ _---00__ __ _-_ H"".;', ',X.H r.\II.C 1'0 ,

Lot 9 n ____uuhn__ ___ ___ 11 27W: I 5 1'nluiAwn ____ .8R Lot I". 3---u-----------n--________ Lund. 12''; l.olLot :.' Illk( 1M 00 ___00 ltn,. .1 M I __1P 2.86 .:
Lot II __ __ __ __- __ __. ______ 11 .27 :U' Ii Unknown __ .HH Lot !9'I. Klk 4 _.,. tnknown __ 126 7 Hlk I 1 I" '_. __ _. T.'Zt \ I ttx. \ 00_ 1967
Lot 22 __ __ __ ___ _ _ _ ______ 11 27W: r. I'IIkllown _00 00__ ..881t I.*::"r 2. 3, l3Ik.5--::::: :ZZ"Z::::: Donmoycr.; WA 3 34 1.1' Hlk U. . 00" _ _._ 1'Itt.1: A 00_00 446

47 ________._ ___ _________ _______ I'' 27 3" Ii llnlmoIl ___ .8M Lot Klk .- _-- T A -- 142 Lot 15 Illk I'm! _ Hanford, .u__ 8.01 '
00 lor. 00
Lot 86 _ _nhUUnn ____ II 21 ::1"l r. 1'1.hllown( __00 .(\8 Lot !I'. Klk r. ___ ZZZZZ"Lots O..r"... C ]1. 142 Loin 21 and ;j. Illk! mo _ _n ,/'lien. 1. RD ,86
Lot h8 nun __ _ _________ _______ I' 2. ::1" r. Hot tun. D Moo_ .88 11 ]12. I r..l r.I 6----n-------00----------- Donmoyer. 429 Lot 21 11 l'io ._ ._ _ __ __ H. I. 301 I '
]sot 1(9 __ ______ __- _____nOonn_ 11 I 2. ;1" r. 1'lIknown 88 )011 I and 18. 5 ________________ loy..r. F V 237 Lot 2 IHJ __ ___ _. ; 1nknown, to. r. H.__
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Lot I Y1 __ --_-__ ._ _- -----____-- _--___ II 27 ;111 r. FilII" fl U.: :.RR Ilk 6 ---00---------------- Iolo\nn. T. T_ 142 L"'M 1': and 14 Ilk 1H4 00. - 00 181
I Lot ---- -- II .7 30 Ii Flynn F .83 Lot 24. 6 -- I' S__ HIK . 1lkIO 1 on' ,
tl.Ih1 ---- \.Ial. 14 I. J. ---- C F.- ___ 1.78 t
The .L&n; lV-; o---Sub1)1 : Lute .and 5. kl-------------_ _____ C 11._ 27i 19fLotB > _ ___ -_ _-_ Unknown _
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%' oe All _ _ 'n __ _-_____ ____ 12 27 ::111 Lot Klk 7 _ -_ __- -_ Unkn.wn00 2 ; Illk 1'500. _. .. __ __ 1.78 ,
Lola I and 16 ___ __ __________ ________ 12 2. ;1" 10 H"n..ln".r. L. 1 32'' Lot 20. Klk 7 uhnn__ _______ Unknown .- 1140! Lot 1"!: .( .121 __ ___ __ K.II' lr" A _. 8.78 .'
___ ________ __ Lot 24, Klk 7 .00 Itoudnu.n. C A 1.12 "
Lot 18 - -- -- ---- -- -- 12 27 311 r. "avhl"of. J __ .H8 -- -- ---- t'lknown, --00 7 9(1( Lot 1'19Lot !' __ )
__ _____ _______ Lot 4. !W I II 1 Ilk 00' -- --- i'okuoull, __ 1.26 "
Lot Zi nnn 12 27 30 Ii 11nknown _ H$ I Ilk --- --0000 --- -- vn 1 0'' 1 ill! __ _
Lot 32 __________ ____________________ 12 27 3n 6 S1avrnakcr. F 00 L .MH Lot !5< __ _ __ tnkn. E E__-___ 1.90 Lots 3 4. Hlk 200( _- .. _ __ I'Wtnowu" __ 1.26 ., 1
Lot 43 __ _____ _______ _________ 12 27 :in,. 6 EV .NH Lot I', Ilk 13 u-u-------n- Unknown ---- 431 Lot li;. .nt L'niiLOIB -. -_ . )""lnowI ___ 208
Lot bo __ __________-- --____________ 12 27iII; 6 Randolph HH Lot, 1h. Jl. 1 _: __unu.__ __n 237 7 and Klk -200 lkwl ____ ] PB !:
63 __ ___________ __________ 12 27 3u 5 Utlz: A'------ h8 Lot 2. _ _ _ _._ tnkn..wn H__ 237 Lot 22 ( !21,0, __ _-00-00----_ _ ___ ""knnw" _00_ 206(" r
Lot 611 _-__--____--____ ______________ 12 2i 30 6 Uralsy C Dn HH Lot 7.. Klk IT. K"II'Y.'V..lal.V H__ 237 Lot 1. ( 11 201 _ __00_ ZIJ.I. __ ____ [l'uNnOwu _ :r 6
Lol. 72 and 73 _______nn_ _______ ] 2 27 3U 111 Th'oldI' Coo 132 Lot, 14. Kll I---u---n------; : 1.i ,rmure, E E 206( Loll.ol ; Hlk liu ] _. ___ _' _ _0_ I'RI."la I S ] _
Lot 78 ____--__________--___--_______ 12 27 311 6 ('annon. C Coo_ 68 Lute 11 and Ilh -00---00------ 131anhard. J 416 Lot 15. Hlk L'2 11"klll" 1. B 128 t r
"' Lot U ._________________________ 00__ 12 27 3n 6 Unknown _-00 &H I Lot IS. Klk( IK --0000---00------- t'nknown --1 1"" I Lot::: J 13..: Hlk( 2(13:(: - ::: :=::: I:: : ::: :_: : ::::::::: :: : :: : J 26 4c

Lot 86 ________________._________n__ 12 27 3U r. Dodge. C C.__ .H Lot 23. Klk Id :: ____ nnn___ Pllluwwn00_ 1.0 17, 2"3 __ _ :_ I'Wunwn. 16
Lot 811 __________________________ ____ 12 27 all 6 Surnrnrr. T____ .68 l Lot 3. Klk 20 _--- ------ ----------- Inknow, - 1..1211.i Ilk 1:1 2ii.'l __- ". __ 1. \l' I 1 28
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Lot 114 _____________ __ Lot I'M. 21 __ __ ul.uuul 128
4. nnun 12 27 30 6 POIH' F I' If__ .b8 Ilk - __ 1.111'. F -00- 142 21 4lilk .. ,
Lol IU ___n________________________ 12 27 ao Ii Unknown 88 Lot 21.: 21 ___ IIIII__ 1'lk'Iwn I -- 1 Lot 17. 2(I 5 -- . _ i 1,1"I I ,,., 126
--- -- "I' ,
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b The !Seminole Land & Inv Co.'s I:>ub- Lot' 19!'. talk 23 -- ------- Braga. n - 1 12( Lot 1 '. Hlk jul .-_ _ 'd) o4.u 118
Iii, -of all exoc ' (' Lease. to Lot 21 hilt 23 : : :::::-- ---------- Ilkl"\1 I- 12'; Lots 7 mul "'. Illk 2uC 1 I'n.u .J I _ .

;r the KI..lmm" Lumber Company. __ 13 27 30 Lot f. Hlk 2 00_ - __________________ m"k. llrs-fl 1.261 I Lot 7. Hlk 2's ---.- _ _ 10"; )I I:. 2.06

Lot 4 _______________00____________._ 13 27 au 6 Unknown __ .8x Lot !i.. Hlk 1'$lk flown ---- 1 26 Lot x. Ilk Jil'< 1.11.1. .J T _ 1.26
Lot 11 ____nn_______________ ______ 13 27 :3U 6 Broadhurst n L .Xx Lot 23. Hlk; 2400-------0----------- . 1 -0000- 12( Lot 13.: 2"""i __ I ,I __ 126
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Lol 16 ____________nn______________ HI7!! ::1(1( 6 Unknown ____ ..88r Lot 24. Klk 24 H.I"h.. A 1 12i; Lot 14.. Hlk( 2'i'Hlk !' _- I'nluoun, .. 1 28 A
Lot 18 n____________________________ 13 27 8" Ii Farmln, H __ .88 Lots I II. 11.1 12' -riik-2G--n---u.----- !" n H 21(5 1 Lot Sii'i It.." w' __ 126
Lot aa ______________________________ 13 27 an 6 I'If'p"r, 11 .88 Lots: 17 nlli IS :' ." 'oln..1. S__ 216( :Lot::: _'I :Hlk:: 2111.::;: -: :: : ,Itultou: : I I' -:_ u: 1 .

Lot 48 _____ _________________________ 13 27 30(' 6Vowl.. II n nn__ .H8 Lot S. Ilk 24! ___ _unu__ ______ t nl"wwl - ]120 'I Lot "1' I HIK Jl" _-. "I Ipunxnn. J U : #
Lot 64 ______________________________ 13 27 3" 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot I". J7 __ ____ __ _______ ,, 00-- ] 26 Lot hilt 21" .. "I'nluu.u, __ 1.42
Lot 66 ____ __ --_____--__--___ 13 27 3(1( r. Unknown __ 85'r l.ol, S, Illk( 27 ------n------u--- Unknown ._ 1 121; Lot, L"!. 111 K Jlo -. Blr"d.. J 00 ] 42 1
Lot 68 __ __ ___ ____ _ ________________ 13 27 3n Unknown\ 00_ H Lot 21.] Klk 27 ---- --_u u u 1'olrt, .1 Bo_ I 26 Lot ]II Hlk JllJl I' t r..n \1' 00_ ] 442lIrlxl
Lot 67 __ _____ ___ __ __ ___ ___, ____ 1.1 27 30 6 Unknown _n_ HOl Lot, 22' Illk 27 ------n-nn- rater. .! -- - 126 Lots 21 "_'2! ;I. 24 Hill 211 ,, '" .1 J. ]
' ) 68 --_00- _nUUh___ 11; :27 3(1( Ii nnlo"n n__ ,88 Lot :3. 11k2'' : -: - ------00--- 1Per1 ]I' -- n 126 Lot 1. HIK J I 12 . Ihouu. I A n 4.211
ot. 68 and .6. _.--nn----------nn la] 27 311 Ih .BI'kM. C ILn 00 132ol Lot 4 Jolt 28 _ _____ ___ _n ___ _ vKlk t.n, 1 126I I Lot (Klk :"ukuu.vti ___ 178 >
________ ___--_-_ _____- -_______ 1.1 ,3,. 6 Un4cuow n bb Lot 11 2b-n ____ _ _ ___ 1 nl"o"" : '. I 26 Lot:::: :,, Hlk; tIlt -- : : ;;: "CF-: LH

ol ___ ______ __ ___ ________ 13 27 3" 6 Unknown _n_ 85 I Lot IS T'.lk 2* .. ----- -- - :1"r.,11 A 1 2 Lot Ilk J1.I - -'. - -__ liana.( v
, ( Lot III 7 ______________.. ... . . .-n--- 13 FII; 5 LIvrt morr. A 00 E .88 1,1: l 17: lil' 2S _hU__ ____._ ; S - ltI" Lot' ]12. ), J14lilk -- -- __ 00-__ IIrI8Iel. 0_ B_ 173

Lilt ____________._..______________ 13] 27 80 r Unl"o" 00 __ 55 Lot 7. : I'M _nuun_ II'\1 00" 1.28 Lot 19! 215 __ _. "'", l, '' n._ 201
Lot n ___________________.00 ________ 1 $ B7 3n 5 Unknown ___ . ,, 11 Ilk 2" _._ __________ __n__ 'I' hL1'g' x,. J1 1 26 LolH 21 mi.I 22. Hlk 210 ---_ _" ;,,0, ,.,,E C___
Lot U ______________________________ la n 30 6 Unknown ___: .H ,Lol: ll.. : 11 2"; -- -__ nu__ __ rttknoun I 00- I'lt Lot 11. lilk 217 - .. u I', her' 6.2 /
The !Sominole Land & lily Co" Sub- Lot 2J. Ilk 2H ____ _________uu___ 1'1niL C n____ 126 Lots, 11 mul 12, lit k 218 .. __ l'nk"own""".". .E__P_ .

Dlv ot All __.______________________ 14 27 f0, 'Lot: : III 3'''__ t'nl<"own ---- 126 Lol 2. Illk 21' --__ __._____ "__ Unknown ____ 8.4/.
Lot 16 __________!___________________ 14 27 311 6 Unknown ____ .85 Lot l'3, Klk(! IIIIIIIZZIZIIIZIZIZZZZLots Unknown -"-- Lol Ix. ilk 219 -hn' ____ 4.48 N
Lot 8Ii ______________.__-____________ 14 21 80 6 Unknown ____ ..88ii 23 and 24, k3i-------------- Boothby J F236. Lot 20. Hlk 219 --- ---- ---_---__-_. O'nl". 1 K' P 4.46
and 4& _.. ___________ Lot 22, Hlk 32 ..-------.-------.-.-- o' armlchael A .26 Lot 24. Blk 220 ----- _____-_______ ,
Baker B C_:__ .
Lot 98 .______:__--_-__.. .. ---- 14 27 84 18 Frlaiell, 0 S.. 1.88. Lot 20, Ulk 34 ...------_____?,..._.. Unknown 1.26 Lot 1. nik 224j2jBft ---------.--.-_._.__-._ S<: U C.. 2.94

ft r Lot, 67 _.___:______-_...._.......____ 14 21 30 6 Olmstead F C ,88 Lots 6 and 6, lilk 85 ..........:....., '.' Unknown : :: 2:06: I.ol 111 I 2226 -------._.. _,.. hlter., E S._ 10 4
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Lots 6a and 18 __..___...14aW4-.e, ..-__.- 14 27 80 II Nmfth J W.___ '1,32 I J 12. Blk 85 ,.'-."'----....' ?:;, Hcholck, n V 1.2 Lot 18.11. _._____ .. '. H Unknown ____ I.ao

i Lot 81 ._____ _--.i__._.._--.__._;."'.___ 14 27 80 .6 Unknown ___. .88 1. Blk 87 ----".-----.-.'..."-.1'. .,, . .' '",. Unknown Ulk 229 -.-----SirrS-1( I ,, ; u/Cn..r. A M_. 1.18
Lot .3 ;._...._..._____-______________._ 14 21 30 6 Unknown _;,__ .88' Lot 2'Blk. 37 *----.. .' Unknown ---. 1.42 Hlk 2811 ------- NoNe. G ____ 1.18 ?
t 8' .--..._._.________._...__.____ 14 21 3'0. 6 Unknown ____ .88 Lot 3, Klk] 3-----------------------. Unknown ---- .42 I 2. 3. HUe 28 ---n. R. nrne..1 J'T _

40\ 94 ____ _______ -n: 14 27 ,::0 6 Unknown ____ !! Lot 111k'37 __ ________ _____"___ Unknown 142 Lot 9'Bl'k 231 __ h '_hh_ 1'nku'fwn, _____ 2.8
nnn.n :::: 1:42: Lot 11 Klk 231
4.t lUU __ _______ __ _____ _ __ ___ __ '.4 27 30 6 Krnoga. 1\1 N_, hl Lot: /. 11le.a\ -' -- <- -.- rlk""WII --00 _00 __ (.oink 1'------ 126
Lot 1011 ____ __ __ _____ 14 I 6 Ilaphe l 11 ._._: .H tat J '_ 00-__ ___ _______ Inknown __ 1 42 LotB 17 and I'. Ink( 211 __ 1 A __._ 818 ,
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14 27 30 6 tIll n'wn ----_ ;.8 Lot : Illk( 3; _ _.nu_ ._ 1'nknow't -_- 142 Lots 21 mul 22.111 231 ---- --00'I I ) A _
Lot Lot 1--------------------------------I 14 27 311 6 V11know1l __ __ Lot: 18.0. 117 _ '__ ___ l'nlnowlI --- 142I Lot :. Hlk _ un.___ ___ ___ 1"I"own,, __ __ 161 t

I- Lot U. ::::::::::__ __ __ _ _Sub-_ __ 14 27 30. 5 N\nll. E 1'__ he I Lot::i-1: I'In" 'Illk Klk; .17\ '37-! __ _____- -___ __ _____. .______.____ Unknown Unknown! -uU- 142nn 142I''t I Lot Iol: 4., J Hlk Hlk J.'tJ 2.1.1: - _. ::- : =:: - _:: :: ]Hatea.tre lodge.V t :: 121 J 26

The Seminole Land. &. Inv; CL.a: : l t I talk :.!7 __ __- nuu________ Unknow'u 00- 1 Lot r.Uk\ jilLots : - _ A En 1.26
v Dlv of all e toh poI 1:1'I ami 14 Hlk \.Ih.r. r
233
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I, 37 ___ Unknown
Lumber I -- -- -- ... I. M 206
the KI.almm" Company __ 15 21 3,1 Lot' I 1.1 .. I' 14. Hlk 37 ___ R'llls. C A ::: 2.37Lots Lot 15. Hlk 233 -- _ .1a"n"
Lot :3 ___--____________--_____________ 15 27 HO 5 1lrlkauwil,. \ R8I lilk 37 __n.___ u_ Chnmberlaln Lot 12 Hlk 214 -- ---00__ \I'll. I E __ 1.16
I Lot Z2 ______________-___00- -__ _______ 15 27 30 5 Unknown _- .88 ) IS (iinO II.,. 00 _ : Lots 7 mul k. Klk 234 ..00--_ __-__ Hlkrnr1 C __ 1.26 ,
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Lot 27 ______ __ _____ ____-_ 15 21 311 6 __ .88 -:::: UZ Lot 21 Hlk 234 u___ ) ___ 206
--
- Unknown
-- ---- UnknOWN<< ____ ___________ __ ___ 1' ,
Lot 89 n____________________________ 15 27 30 8 : .. _8&t Lot IuIX 3 7 )11 42 x, uTk 43. _ ____ _.. Deal. 9' -00- 334 Lot 1, Hlk 231 00- --0000---000000----" Iarhfdl." ,,, ___ 121 '"

l U and7 6 lfi: g 341 1U Ilng noH'T 1.32 .r. .mil, 0.! lilk 49. ____ ___ __. tlualllne. A H_ 1.66Lulu Lot 14. 11, 235 - -00- --"" "t'nknour, I_ ___ ,
:: Lola _
::tB9 ___-__:::::::::::::::::::::: 15 30 8 lJnknnl4tl : 8b -- __ _ ___ J_ 3.6r. Loin 1. | 2I. 22. Ulk 235 _"I 126 .
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Lot J11 ______________________ ______ 16 27 30 II it n.k."WIl -- _ xht Lot, :::1,. ,,Hlk,14 Hlk__5< _00-____ _-_ 0._ jlnktr.ri _00-_ 19. Lot (ilk 2 IB -- _-_ _" n 11.trlnr HI.I.' J J____ 36. ,
____ la 21 30 5 I-lgnow'n __ 55Ff 53 - - Lot 23 Hlk : MraAC
Lot 117 _hh_ ___.. .._ __ -- .. Unknown 216 ----q-- _ __ ,
? The Svmtnula Land lik ]nv Co.'a l3ub- :Lot Lot:::: ,7'1..2 : ::: ::::::: :::: ::::: Unknown :: :: U : I Lot:: H. Hlk\ lk23J3i--- 1'"k'uw" ___ 126 0.j i

; All ____n______ --- ------- 18 27 ao Lot I Pi.! .13 _ __ ___ VU88. A 00 _ 1146 llot 14. ( : : :::: :.:::::::::: r' I'kl: : ,' J't:: u+ "
Vl1g"t kl( Ii I known .'R
H Ilk LolH
___ ._ _____ _____ __ L _____ Unknown 109 21 and 22. Ulk 237 - .
54
H 27 30 6 Unknown ____ H N'" Lot 2. Ilk -- un ., M..ig,41' ", _ 270
21 1 126 Lot Hlk 238 __ ___ __I"LolB 1
$ Lot --- -00---00---00-------------- Lot I.1. Klk __ ___ ______ ___ Mour. H 00 I" noon. J__ I 51
Lot 40 ___ __________ __ 16 27 80 r. IInkn"wlI ---- hhir' uhu A 'V_. 126 13 trod 14, Hlk 23S I '
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,I Lot1 _-_-____---__-__ __ _______ ____ ___ 16 16 27 27 30 311 6 1\ Baker Unknown H _________ hRS &k j.ot Lot r.ir.. Ilk Klk',I r.: __ h.__ _--nn_ nnn__ ____ Unknown. ___ 1.26 LotB:: : 17 13; :ami: : 18, Hlk 1 238 ..:::::::::::: Ilnltnowi': ::: :, L' _N: Ug y C

Lul Lot 63 4-------------------------------_____ ____ ____ _____ ___ _ __ ]16 6 27 27 3(1 311( 6 6 lIfahchl'81er.Unknown __TE_00_. .b8 I I.LI',,'" 13 L',1:I Illk" J4 1.2 KIK__ _bl-__--__ _-_ ________-_-_____ Palmer Elmore.. J L E______ 206 1.26 1M3::: ,17\Hlk and 24.1 14.i Hlk. _ 240( -:" : : -. : :::: .\\.Ila IGnna, : \\. H.:::: 8.81 2.87: l ,-
Hlk
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Lo--------------------------------- 16 21-0' G Unknown ___: A8 ., 211,, Klk (0'L. __ ____ __ h__ Montng.. 1 n 12t! null 1. ---00-00- I. C
Lot 68 ________ __ __ _______ _--- I. E !fl t and Hlk 246 __ la""noI. 4.21
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,, Lot .____ _____________ __ 16 27 30( Ii Unknown ____ Lot..::: IS 4.., bilk Hlk (1.;1.3( ..:::::::::::::::::::: Unknown __ _: Ui Lot IB. Hlk 247 -- ___ ___ __ I'I'' '. : .. ). C .
P8 16 27 30 Unknown .._ .81. r. J S___ 2.87
1 Lot __.__ __ _______ ________ __ n ____ ___ Unknown __n 1.90l Lot 1:1.111: 261 -------00------- ___ 11,1" '
Lot 1U2 __ ___ __ __________- --- 16 27 30 5 Klneey, B Loon 8H Lot 1. Ilk ( -n--_ Unknown __ 1.90 Lot Ilk 261 ___ ___ 1.In..w" u__ 1.06
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Lot 116 __ __. 16 27 80 6 Klos8. H _____ hh Lot __ nnn_ Lot ]Ir.. 251 ____ 1.06
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8; Lol 127 -______ --_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__--_-_-_-_-_--_-_- 16 27 30 6 Mould, \V 1'___ .t btl I Lol Lot:: 11 l',, Klk Hlk:. 71 f,6 :::::::,-::::: ::::::::: Davit I 11V:::: U Lot 16. Hlk 261 -- --- -- -- -"---_-- l'nluu'uu. __ n_ 206 11
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The Seminole Land & Inv Co. Sub- _ 8.14 Lot 2 Hlk 251 ____ '"
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I nik 73 _____ __ :
Div ot EK _______________ _______ 17 3g Loin I, 2. 6. 6. -- Unknown __ 629I. Lot 26J II Jiea8Iart, J L__ 2.06 ,
Lot 2 ____ o ___________ _____u____--__ 17 27 6 Unknown nn .88 Lola. ami 10. Klk 73 --___ ___ ln C n A 437 I Lot::: :HIt 253 ::::::::::::::::: ::-: Ilea., ; :.1 -- tH '

Lot Lot 16 17 ___00-___ .___._ ________________ 17 17 27 21 30 30 Ii 6 Hoq Unknown rdman _C__A_ .8b..8XLot. !,. :l.ol Lola:::: 2\II\.3D'lk-74-!: :,\ (: ..::::: ::::::::: Morton, + C_ 4.29 4 29 Lot., I Ilk 26B 256 _00------0000.----_ -_ N IL11uu1u' Xbel. ll n __::00_: 1.42 r
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a5 anti 46 ______________ ____ Ii 27 311 10 Alexander. In -.J. St Lots I IS and 19. Ulk 74 _____ ___ Lvermor. B, (Ilk 266 hnn _"Z" I'nknnwr1' _On 1..2 I
t Lot H hhnun- ______________ 17 27 30 6 Unknown 00 __ & l.ol:::: 20. (ilk 74l.otx _::: :::::::::: Jacobs. 1 E:::: n Lot 9. Ilk 2fK *- ----_--_ -_ _-__ r .I<''w" ___ 1.26
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Lot ______n______________________ 17 27 30 6 Alexander 0 M .88 7 ami S, Ulk 75 : 2.39 Lot 21. 256 Unk"," n 00 __ 1.26

W ;' Lot 6621 ____ _ __________________ 17 21 30 5 Unknown ____ .1>8 Lot 1 14' 'a akJlt -is'I: n o .. Land Lot 22. Ilk 257 _-_---00--00-------. ;_ ___ __ __ tJnknowu __ 1.26

Lot 62 ___00____ ___. .__________________ 17 27 811 6 Unknown ____ .88 All & ]nvCo. ; Lot 7. Ilk 259 __ ___ __. ___ (U"kllown 126
Lot 17 27 30 6 Orrenhaegh, J .88 _: u : Lot 2f.ULot __ ________ IG Irn. ', W I i
Lot 19039 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 17 27 30 6 l nknown ____ .S8 Las 1 Tllk Su ___ __1..__ _____ Unknown Unknown 1.26 J.. Hlk 200 UnknownUnknown _00 126

The Seminole Land & Inv Co'a Sub- Lot: 1. :Hlk SOLot :::::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown :: :: : Lot 2. Hlk 261-----------00--00-____ 00-----_ MulllnH. no 126 r
3. Hlk Mi J__
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:i v"l lra B'itol" 6 28 31 Lot 4, Klk SU __ __ ________ ___. Unknown. un 26 u J L
1A _ -- -- nknown Lot 22. Ilk 261 __ 00___________ ___Z.Z l.mllnll. 126
Lots 8100 301. aOL 30Y au, 338. 840 84111 I.i.t. 6, Hlk SU : :::: n: Lot 20, 262 Inkll"WI ____ 126
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864. 16& 372. 878 __ ___________ 6 26 31 16 Durham A____ 941 Lot 8, Hlk fcd.( I 26 Lot 21 2B2 __ 126 '
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8.7' Lot 401. ____-__00____________ 6 26 31 1"- Unknown ____ 1.18 Lot 7, Hlk SU __ __ _________________. Unknown - Lot 6, Ilk 203 -- --- - ----- --- Ulk"nwn __ 1.26

Lot 403 __00.00--__________________________ 6 26 81 1" Unknown ____ l.a Lot s, Ilk l __ ____-.._n_-_______ Unknown, - 126 Lot 7. Hlk 263 00-----------0000-----____ _______ Unknnwn 1.26
r1 Lot 464 __ __ ___nun___________ 6 26 81 1" Unknown ____ 118 Lot !'i. HI' -- _____--__ _________. Unknown - 1.26 Lot li, Hlk 263 -. 1".1.1.. .." d'._ i "
Lot 466 -________ __________n________ 6 26 31 14. Unknown nn 1.18Lot \Lot 10, Hil 80 _00 ______ _______. Unknown ---- 1.26I Lot 16. Hlk 268 _--_-__-_--_-__-_-___-_-__--_-__ Mutan' 1 Mo 1 Y8
UII ______________________________ 6 26 31 1.. Unknown ___ 1 J8 Lol ] 1 Ilk SU _____________________ Unknowp 00-- Lot 21. HI k263 .1'1 ritiux I C 126
Lot 1 600 __ ___________________________ 6 26 31 1" Unknown ____ l.lb Lot Si.Lot ':: U: Lol 11. 264 -00------00--------__ _____ _____ I ', .nowtl __ 126
The Seminole Land & Inv Co.'. Sub- I "i,, Hlk( S2Hlk :::::::::::::::::::::: 1.26 Lot 12. Ilk 264 SUI'hwnrlh.' FL 1.26
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(.-c-. Div or Jo'rac JoH 4 and IUD'4 ot SW'4 Lot 2", 82 __00 _________ _. Unknown Unknown -- Lot 22, Hlk 264 ---00--00-------- Unknown __ 1.26

a Lake Fronl ______ 83 26 30 I Lot 21, Hlk 82 -- : :::: u: Lot 16, Hlk 266 --------------00-----' iltllt"town ____ 1.26
Lot. 40 1167 :: : : : ::: : Unknown --- ----- ----
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8. 26. 16. III. 68. 611, 70. Lol 22. Klk 82 Unknown 126 Lot __ 17, Hlk 266 ___ ___ ____ <"wn ____ 1.26
71, 72. 89, 110. aI, 102. 1.3. 104, 121, Lot 14. ilk 81 ____ __u.______Z.__.}. E M-_-_ 126 Lois 3 and 4, Hlk 266 -- Unkr"wn __ 1.2' r "
IlL 113. 114 188. 134. 185, 116, 168. Lot S. Hlk 1(4( Uh_ ______________ _. Hlrker Stewart C B 206 Lot 7 Klk 210; _ ___ -_-_--__--__---_--__-_- ..I.lzkow, H A 208
Lots' H 9. Blk ___________ ___ -- Hat'kln. :
164, 166 166 164. 166 166, 167 188. 8 u Lot 23. 266 U A__ 1:26
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186, 186 181. 799 189.198. 197, 19g. 11111. Lot 13. Bk 84 ---_ uu_ __________ Crlm.Unknown 00-- .2 Lot 24. Ilk 266 _-------00------------_____, ... 1'lkllo"n ____ 1.18
200 21f. 218 219. 220. 22]. 222. "227. Lot B. 86 _-- _____--____--_ _--_. neville. T -J--_-_ 206I. Lot 7. Hlk 2X(; -n--------- Unknown .___ 1.28

128. 21a 230 231, 23L 249, 260, 261. Lots 1 .. .t -131k 86 __ _00____ ___ Pieper. 1.26 Lot 12., Hlk 268 _0000---------------_______nn______ Hu'I. I ____ __ 1.16
161. 261. U4. 166 26M. 269. 260. 261. Lot r.. Ilk 86 __ _0000000 _ ____ ---- 1.26 Lot 13. Hlk 268 l"w" _ 126
181. 268. 264. 281 282. 288. 284. 2811. Lot I.f;. : 86 ____________u_:_:____ Unknown f S nU 2116 Lot 15. lilk 269 -nnu- - --_-_-__--_-_---_-_---_ Ulkllnw" __ __ ,

186 287, 288. .1110. 191, 2112. 298. 194, 1 I Lull 13 and 1 14. Blk 86 nnn____._ Barr.\. -- 126 Lots 23 and 24. Hlk 269 Ulk"nwn __ 1.26 ;

2116. 296. 113. 814. 316. 816. 117. 318. : Lot 15, Klk 86 ...______oh____ 1 J-W- 126 Lot 4, Rlk 270 nn___--------00----________.__a }" nn" n. A li__ 8.06 r
t 319 212 321 324. 326. 816. 827. 828. i 18, Klk 86 _____ __ __ __ YaB.m 1. J W 1.26 Lot G, Hlk 271 UlknnwlI ____ 1.26 4
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1 946, 347, 148, 849. 2605 866, 866. 24, Hlk 86 _--_____ __. _ -__ Unknown 1.26 I Lot 8, Hlk 271'____________________- llnknuwn) 141
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168. 1611. 860. 377. 378. 379. 380. Lot G, Ulk e------------------------ __ Unknown 00-- 1.26 Lot 6. 274 Unlnn", :::: 1:42: 111ulu4owu

181. 389. 11I0 11I1, 192 11I3. 89. 396. I Lot 14, ilk 87 _______ __ __ __ B W-_-_ 1.26 Lot 16,Ilk 27-_ ----__---_--_-____-__-_-- ---- 1.42
396. 401i. 401, 407. 4U, 409. 410. 411. I Lot 15, Hlk 87 _______nnn __ I.ller. 1.26 Lots 18 and Dlk 24 041(1 t 1'42
'8.i) 4.1. 4U. 414. 426. 426 427 428. Lot 18. Hlk 87 ___________,::: :_ neynold.. W---R 126I Lot 24, HII 276 n____-__--_-____-____-_ ( L _:::: S:8:
fit 48S. 4U. .40, 441, 442. 466. 467. Lot 19. Hlk 87 h_E________,--U--- Randenbu.h. JL 1.26 LotB 7 Hlk 277 naown ;
: 4U. 110 4U. 470. 471 4110 489, I Lot 19. Klk 88 ___ ___ ___ _. 128 Lot 12, Blk 8. n_____--_-_-__-__-__-_-____--_-_ HUI"III.. c-::: 3'01 t
rtr 4.0. 4U. 413. 601. 601. 601. ((04 ______ 33 25 30 200. Boyce' 11 W___ 11066Tot Lot 10,' ilk 89 ________ ________ __ Ulknown Wm---- 1.26 Lots 13 and ,i, Blk J79 Inloown, 1.73

.14 _____-_____________________ 33 26 30 1'4 Davldson John 1.28 Lot 20, Blk 89 ________ ___n____ ___ Unknown 1.2Lot Lot 19. Hlk 279-___________-____--_-_-_-_-_-_-_ ).Iartl.) E--V 8'01
J1 Lot 4" ___________ ____---__ aa 25 30 1'4 Unknown _u_ 1.26 I Lot 82, Hlk 89 ---------u- Unknown :::: 1.26 Lot 12. Blk 280 J U 178
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The Seminole Land k Inv Oo.'a SubLfy 15, Hlk 91 : ---- Unknown 6 Lot 6, Rlk 281 __________.__ __ Unknown 1'78
t ; all Fractl except Lake Front I Lot 16. Hlk 91 __ ______-::n_______ Bearden.. D--_-_-_ 1. Lots 1 and 2, Ink 282 Intl., C B---- 1'43
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ttf __ 34 26 30 I Lot 10'. Blk 92 R A_ 1.26 Lot 22. Blk 282 __ 2'87
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Lot 40' __________-________________n 3. 26 ao 1 Kenn..y.V F_ 1.18 Lot 4. Blk 93 _n-----. Albritton. E M 1 Lot ]U, Blk 2S n____________________ UIII.nown ---- 1'41
486 ___________________________00 34 26 80 1 Unknown ____ 1.18 'Lot 8, Hlk 114 __ ___________ ::::::_ Unknown 2 Lot 6. Blk Unknown 1'42
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*' A ft 34 26 ao 1 Unknown 1.18 Lots 1 1. 2. 3, Blk 86 u:
4n ---- I -- ----- ------- Unknown :::: Lot 6, Rlk 286 Unknown"
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Unknown a." Lot 9. Blk 286
, TJ DI" ot "ract1 B\i except Lake Front .I8 7, 8, 9, Blk 96 _::_:::::::::::::. Unknown ---- 2.81 Lots 16 and 16. Alk E88tote ----.---------- Seara, T 1',.
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A4.IUOD ______________ 1 26 80 Lots 10 and 11. Blk 116 Unknown 19 and 20. Blk 'U Hack
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1 28 10 1 Unknown ----- 1.18 Lot 1. Blk 96 :::::::=::;.. Unknown UI Lot 24. Blk 28>
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8 '; .. .1 U 10 1 Unknown ___ 1.18 Lot Blk 96 .r_ Unknown lif Lot 3. BHc 290 Uknown
y 11 ). fl --- ---- ------------------ 131l
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144, Blk t 91 311 .I._ _.,----' :-:--;'.= Stratton 8 .. 1.16 Lot 1 811 /6 ,__. ,. rd . I.ok.on Henry .14 Lot 21 and, 16 .......,___.:...&..; Nelaon. A S__ 6.24 r
8,'Blk Blk 2.S _-. -..._---.--. .-.---_,. Unknown .. 1... Lest ,t _?..__-w:M.a ? p..n.. John J 4 Lot 41 ....-.......-_._----.: a Frelter, ,Wnu .
1, -- ----.-- .j 6. Bile 41 ________. ___' .; Jones,' W H.__ 4l.ot ____ .
34 __._,.. Unknown ..,..,. L -- I LotNiof AtcCormleAk8A
Blk Blk 1.4 .- --...-.._ Oates. JII)._.._. 1.;' l, Blk 14., ---?--::.-;.-.-..,.-;, 1./ Slate, Hamll- Iirof Lot i1. _....____.___ ID I.F6 yy"
---- ----- ----.. 1 O. Lot. 66 and 67 ........: Nelcon. A 8Rlcker. ..
1lot Cocbrane O Std": ; "' '
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Blk 1<4 ..-..?.,.,--...??-,- Parvr. L M. Lot II. Btle ., ......_________._..__,. .h Be11 ca ir; ::. At .8 ..._____..__-_-_: YC_. t,
E..Blk.l..4St. ... -----.-.- .-, .unknown.";;;;.;, ,- 1 Ltd 16 '4............._.::::_.. ............a'... Y.' : .-WI'I .-- 14Iat1tlla -.7l-..anif'ff. ........._.....,..._.........._.-.._........... ......_....Wtntonl> it.'... ... .. -- ,
Blk S 4 ---....-..--....-....- Unknown 1.1' Lot 6. Blk 16 .__.._.________._. .. .,. William.'Ili..14 Lot St -J.1l.JL--________..__.. Walker. {-.
A Blk 8..7 ..-......--............-........... Lot '. Blk .11 _______________'- RCOae.Albert! .. ,.74 Lot 90 _.__...__.____.. __ McDonald. O 1 2.90: ,
Blk 3 7 ..-.----..--.---.,. Unknown Gt 1.x0 Lot 6 Elk 47 __________, r' Hughes. JII A__ .14 EUREICA"Lots ;
So. 31Bikx97...------.-..-.-. Freer .J.-; 1.ie Lot f. Blk 47 ___ .,.. ._' .) ""' Woocl..rd. 0 W 14 II and II) Blk'' B .. ,,,,., Smith K L.-' r
--------r--....-... Unknown ___. 1.15 Lot 8. Blk 47 __-_?-______._-a e ; ; Brown Annie? ..74 Lots 11, IS ld 16. Bile C _.._______-_ Walker. ,9.L-.. 111 1
Bile 188 ...--..-....------.. E.) : Lot I. :Ink .8 ________..:__.__. \ y ',.,.''I' ; Bell Nancy .._,. ..7{ LINCOLNB, )lk Z ______ .. __ 'I I Yates.. .. ; 1
: Blk 2 98 --- ? _-"- P.mmonL W .H tee// Lot 1. Bile ._____..-- ._.... .. ; '!',i S..or.VIIL ,.T4 HEIOHT-} f i
m I.t 1 6.Blk x 99.--..,______ Smith. J W .. 1 Lot l Blk.I 61> __.._______ .)>1,,">."_, Johnson Kati. .7. Lot 4 Elk 13 --.-_--L---' .Bul' .n" X R.11. ..
[ k.299 ?,,-- .......---' ..--- ,,1.81,, Lot ii. Blk .i1'..:......__..+,.. .... ._. 30hn.on? Jo. __ ; [sot 1 .Blk B Unknown'Klnal .' .r"
SsfW>, ,-.-..:-.--.----.,.: Unknown1.10. Lot 1. Blk __ .-"__.._____ ,'1'. Lflonllrd..Fr.nle .14 : .. 1 .nd .Ofk'C __.________._ *. B L::: .1:11 ,-t'O'l"
---,e.--.---.-----. .. Buckley, J_. I..' Lot 1 01> _:::..___.__..__-1-' ... Orlllln, ..obn .7. Lot. 8 and 11. Bile D ___"__.___.. Klnsle, K L.- : ;' + e
'g. Blk SOS __.-,..._._.-..---- Unknown 121 Lot I:..BII 1 66 ---_.y.--.-----.- ,, ''i. ,. Thompson, L0t 16. Blk D ___.:-___'-______-- Hamilton A O ..Sa n ,
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liJ Bile ____
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\i. and 16. Blk 801 .. ::. ._? 1.21 Lot T. BIle 66' B.rtha .
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19, 804 ... .. ., .7 : Pr1. : 1.04t L BANDT., ;;
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I., 14. 16.,16.' Blk .0. --------..- Davla. T E '1.te Elk ..__._______.._________ .. '. ,. ...,
Unknown _.
1 18 4 .II 1. Bile 'OT Joba 1,66Ii. .ot 14 Bile 651 1> _____ _-_____-_-.__ Young. b uB:_ 74Iat Tax Collector Osoola County ; '
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1311 101 ::::.:: Bog-art, 1.21 6. Blk 14 __- ______.._.__ Flurkett. Sam.. .'14 .
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[ 11. Blk SOS ...------..---------- Hughes J F I...' Lot 10. Blk 64 1> ____ WII11am.Llszis .7. _._.____._.. '- ....- ....,.c-ry
S. Blk. SO* -.-.---------------- Macembr .eLl.. Lot I.. Blk 6. ?__-_.:-___::?. J..ek. Hattl.__ .'4 .
Blk 809 __...-------------.. Unknown _... 1 26iii Lot 1. Blk 1 66>1> ______-__________-._ Gilmore. Tom__ .1. ;,b
hi, BHC 308 -..__-----.--------. Fling D OKlnicsbury WJ Lot I. 'Blk 1 66>1> __._________________ o ,. g.ry. Nora __ .T4 ,
1 1, Blk 110 -.------.---_--- Unknown ,.... Lot II Elk 66 1> :._________________ Russell Pets_ .'f4 a. t
.... . Lot, 11 Elk 66> ,
Blk S10 .. Bell, C..Ule ,1'
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ill. Bile S10 . ._ :.:: .:: Wright J H_ 1.16 Lot 16 Bik Ed01. :
114. 'Bile 110 ------.-.....----------,-- Unknown Unknown ..._.... 136. Lot 4. 111k. .I1 ==:::::=:::::::::: Hart rt Katie E :U :: : ) '
li and .'. Blk 110 :: 1 36 Lot 11. Bill. 67LeLeonard.1> Fr.nle' .'14
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6Blk 311s' --------..----------- Dya1 Unknown A R _____ 306 1.16 Lot l Blk 1 66> ___._______________._ WI.e. win ___ .,74
: I.ot 1b Blk 69
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['; -ulk Bile sit i;---:;-;;--;;-;-;--;--------.---- Pyal F S __. 1.16 Lot 12' BIk 68 :::::::::::::::::::::: Manning Reddln,141ugen. :U '" ,

.1. :--------------. Rona W MW:.- 1.16LS Lot 1 Blk .0- _--------__________. pon. Sf'BfkVs-. 1_. Lot 11, Blk'. : Woodward. 11
-------------- Greenh.lgh, 3. --- -----?---- ----

.6.It,Blk Bile 111 SIT--::---------.------ McNeal G AL2' Lot I. Blk .4 __. ______:____.____-_____ O111r. john: 7.01. ForSale
( .-------: ------- Unknown ... 1.16 Lot 4. Blk 44 __________________.__-_. Pierson Jaeob. .74
'A WV.r=.------? --------.- 't Kenpg-a M M 1.16 Lot 11. Bile .4 ___________.______.__ Blenton' W __ .'14 ., '
16. Bile alt ---------- Wolf C __. I..' Lot 14. Elk 54 _________________?__ -. Reddln Eugene .'4 r
1 and Blk--118--a..-.-.---.-.--- Patllson.7 M. 1.36. Lot 6. jjlk .1 ______________._____ "Slater H ___ .74 ,
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.10, Blk 1._2 ---.---------- Unknown ____ 1.1' U :I W"lmaoY& U .
f Blk 81* .___.._ Lot : 131k :::::::::::::::::-:::: C H : :
20. --------- Hollenbeck. 3. 1.11
I 31 Bile Sit -_________________..____ .. Lot .0. Blk fill _____________________ Everett. John. .14 '
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111' Blk 130'lS Smith. Lot I, Blk .7 ______________.______ Postell WIII__ .74 .
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Lot ,6, Blk 67 _______ _
Blk 320 ._______;_.___________ Unknown .__. I... Lot 18. Blk 68 :_-----.a.-_________ 'Olover. Mlnnle R __ .14.14 ,
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6 i and Bill 6, Blk111*-**--;:---,-.-.;-.-..:--- Unknown Unknown _._._._. 'I...0'I .' Lot Lot' 17 16.. Blk Hlk .8 68 __________---::-----.:: Sam.Hughs. David. LI..I.l .14.74 ..

'I> Blk VBiksriiiiiiiiiii----- Unknown .... 1.26i06 Lot 4. 111k. ." -_::::::::=:::::::::::: McKinnon, T-F :.74

and 4 ----- Unknown ____ Lot 71 Blk 70 ________________________ Alten. Ja"" ___ .14 I
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Bni1S.B1.k.il.4.niiiiii_--_-_-_-_ Unknown ___- : Lot I. Blk 71 ________________________ Crawlord.LI..I. .14 '- -N-

1.'Blk _____. ___ . Unknown -__. Lot 4. Blk 11 ________________________ Spaulding 0.0. .1" .
Fuller. A C____ its Lot ________________
ii 185 ::_ _--___::::_-- 16..Blk 71. ____ Davl.. B..nJ .7" -
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17 'Blk Blk III ________-____________ HlKfrln Unknown. C.C..... 1 1..16 16 Lot a. ..Ik 71 ________________________ Cooper. Wfll' bI .14 80 acre" about one mile from railway station 6 miles from ; r ;

2 i':Blk' IZi Bik 128 1.____________.;__________________ Unknown _. I.26 Lot Lot 78, Dk7l1i-::::::;:::::::::::::::: ;..1g..oJn John E :U Kjiaimmee. 5 acre of orange grove, and 8 acre of young graPefruit L t
and 6 1>. __ ..0'
I and 4. Bile 1.8 ____?___________ PUanrksneos 1i.._ ...0'J Lot a. J3lk 1a ______________________ Rcarletb Frank .14
Elk a. _..__________ Unknown ___ I.26 Lot f rk 74 Roberson. Joe U grove recently planted. 1 10 acre more ready to plant to grove.. r 3
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BIk 150 :::____________ Lot 74 :::: :::::::::: Reddin. R B : :
'and Bile 6 ill ____....._________________ Kirk.Baker.T 8Unknown___________ 1 106,18 Lot 2. nlk 1& _______________-. _______ s Lane. Mary _-__ .1. 60 acre of this land i* good for citrus 'fruit, part of it hammockland. '
S _____ __ Lot I, Blk 7e ________________________ Johnllon. .J B__ .1.
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: Blk 822 _________ ____ 2.17 _____ ___ '
_________ Thompson B__ .14 Ha home 4 large two 'porches; stable cornbin ; 3
Lot BBIk7278 room,
F4. Blk SS3 .... -------- --- Unknown .._. 1 26 :. ands
__________ ._______ Allan .14 I
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Ii Blk 882 ____ Unknown .... 1.26 Lot 11. Blk 111 ___________...______ __ Elliot __ .1. sheds for tool This place i i. cheap at $6500 terms of '
116. Blk 882 ---------------------- Unknown ---. 1.24 Lot H. Blk 1fi ______________________ B urkettI- B__ ,74Rmlth on one- '' '
l' Blk 111 __---------- Unknown .... 1.16 Lot 10. Blk 18 ___.;_____nu_______ Rll'hard ..74Watson. third in and balance in three 'suit the : t
11f and /Bik Slf:------------- Grimm. H ---. 306 Lot 16. Blk 18 ________________'______ Cary .1. one year two or year* to put Y
II Bile ISI -------------------- Unknown ...- 1'26 Lot .. Blk 7. __
__ ____ Lane. Mary .1. chaser. This include of citrus fruit which will -
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8 Blk 111.__ ___ Unknown .... 1.16 Lot 10. Elk 7------------------------ HuJlh... LI.... .1" present crop ,
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Ii Bile 884 i...::----------- -?- Unknown .... 1'16 Lot '
ll.Blk 317 --------------------- Unknown ...* 1'26 Lot t Jf kB8 -_::::::::::::::::::::::: :::onkM -C d: require any more. outlay of cash until harvest time. :i i'.

Blk 318 -- ------------------- Unknown .... 1'16 Lot I., Blk G ______________________ Easter Eesie.74 ..
A Blk SIS _:---?-------------- Unknown ---_ 1'26 Lot 16. Blk 0 ______________________ Johnson WIII_ .1. -N- .
It Bile 840 -_.__________:________ Unknown .... 1.26 Lot IIi Elk 0 ________________________ Anderson Anna .14 ., t .J
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2 Bik .41 ______________________ Bebee. H ----- 1.16 KISSIMMEE: CITYRoe. ::.-------------n--- H.rdy M

Bile .U ---------_-_-._ UnknownUnknown ---- 1.26 "...UI.. 6-room house two porche. and large lot 75x150 feet with 15 Y
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11'1 and U Bik 8U-_____- ..._ 206 All W of Ry 01 Block 11 except '100

S44' ___ Mahoney F 3_ 1.26 ft oft S end of Lot 8 _______ _____ .
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gg IU ::.:::::=.__ Jamlaon B L__ 1'24 Beg SE Cor Block 11 W of A C L Ry orange pretty on j

17, Blk 346 ---------------------- Hull. M B.---- 1.l/ run N 60 It W 100 It 8 60 It E 100 It Leonard F u_ 1.20 street and ca nbe sold for $1350. .Cheap at price mentioned. i iJ4
Well.. A M 1 26 I
Blk 346 ---- peg 60 1 It N 01 SE Cor of Blk 11 W 01 .1 t +
Mil ------ Unknown .... 1 16
Bile 347 ---------------- ACLRyrunN60ftW 100ftS20ft ,
V Blk 348 -------------------- Unknown .-.. I'.' E 100 It _______ -- Waddle. W P__ J.IIO .
10.'BIIe 348 ._- "'- Unknown ..".- 1 16 R. IL P. D....Skti's Aidili.a ' ::
; II"""-----1V1KBB1FRONT""ADI Palmer, J_____ I'.' Lot 4 Elk 0 Tates P A We have some excellent vavant property in town cheapValsosplendid .
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> i ON TO ST. CLOTJP Lots 7 and 1-BiJt-G-:::::::::::::::::: Thomas.Walter fU: .ti' .
f and 4, Bile 406 Seminole Land "."1._.'. A.dltl.. suburban property at catchy price Write us. ', 4

A Inv Co. __- 6.34 Lop a. Blk 2 ________________________ Wll1lam. L.:__ .7'
''Blk 407 ----_------=--- UnknownUnknown ___. 370 LoC J. Elk 8 __________n____________ Robinson" He..1. .- -N- ;
S.r. Blk 40S ..... --------- ---- 1'70 . __ t
Blk 414 .....:::=::---.------- Unknown --- 370 Lot BIk Green, Oeo. : 10,66, Write for bargains in any line. '
4.l and 4. .- : Outlaw O C __ 17:68.: Lots 4. and : Blk 8-:::::::::::::::::: Weaver, H w: UU: ,
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... 2. 1. 7. and. :. :::::: 8" llnoieC Land l.ot. I. I. 2. Elk 18 ____p_____________ Oaulden, Henry 1'.00 > fi 1
A o. __. 10.16 N L "& 1,CO. Ad.ltl.. : .

LOT8 Lot 22 _____________________________ Fleming C W__ 10.611 NELSON REALTY COMPANY k '
iLEYABD---------- _______ Sterrett. F M __ ....86 Lot. JI and 1{ ______________________ KI..lmmee
::::________ Unknown ____ 6.111 .. Land Co. ___ 111.18Lot .
.1! -------------::::________.___ Unknown ____ II.U 24 Rogero Mr. Over Citizens' KISSIMMEE FLA. N
--------- ------------------ Bank. ,
5l"and'ii"llSI :.:::::_______________, Boyce. H W.Semlnole ._- 11.88 M A __ __ 6.08 Nr
l Land _______________ ._______ ----
.1 ---- ------------------------.. l..ot S8 : _____ Cull. C E _____ 4.1'
: A Inv Co. ___ 6.68 J II W.U'. ....Diya .t Lot M .

.4 -------------___________ UnknownUnknown ____ .a8 Lot 1. ______________________________ Blake 0.0. __ '.a.
'11 --.----------------- ________ ___. '.a8 Lots 18. 1.. 20 ____ _,,_______________ Oreen Oeo. ___ .... "
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II'- -- -------------:::________ Unknown ___. '..1 Lots U and 17 _____________________ Leak. Ellaa__ 6.28 ,
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111 -- ------------- - : Unknown 11.1 Lot. 28 and 29 __________.:-__________ Jackson kl ___ ".oe \
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--- : :::: Unknown .... 1.11: Lots Sf and 8/j __ ____ French Ro....__ 4,06Mr.
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111* ---------.-,.------------- :::_:______ Unknown ___. 1.21. .. M. C. DI..rd'uuun..-';')'''. .._ .
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-----___ Unknown ___. 11..1 Leo M .. LOW EXCURSION RATES ,a
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lU 14. 1._-_-_-_-__--_-_-_-_-__-_--_-_______________ Unknown _.. 11.11 i Lou II and 17 ______ ____________ WllllaQl. Sam1.08 ,
14. : -.---------------_____ Unknown ___. 11.11 While R o.r"7..lre'. ...... DI". ..tLotrt '" "
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Unknown ._.. 11..1 66 Via
114 141 ------,-----------------:::--=:::_____ Unknown ___. !..11 : lit_______________u_:_____ Whife. P G.___ 1.111 .
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Unknown v. Beg NE Cor' Lot 7& run B 188 ft W .
145.14. .----------------------_ __.__ Unknown ..... '..1 UO ft N 118 ft JII 110 tt _____-. _____ Tiner, S A2.91 ATLANTIC COAST LINE 1 ,
--- _-=_____.._ Unknown .... 11..1 Beg NW Cor Lot ''78 run E 187wft ., :'"'" (,/
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141. -...---.---.-..-.-...-..--....________. Unknown .... '..11 8 lUB It W 18156 ft N 106 It "I ...r.S.nder.. .; W. J1.91 ..t. ,
-- --- .. Unknown .... .. tot ---1-- ., .. UUi5-New York and Philadel- $21.45 Knoxville Tenn. and ': : ,
111 ...-....--.y ;,' ,{leg NE Cor 6u run SUit Yi'! I' c '. .;. t
160 :---- .------- __.... --. ".'!: ; Unknown .,.._ 5.11 ft N.' ft N 119 tt --.,_._....:.._.__ ,\':J..; '' I I .''Oreen, 0 R_._. 4.a. phiaf--Pa. and return. Sold return. June 22 23 24 .!:8. 29' 'I I ' ''I'
161. ----. ----..--_..__.._____", '1:", I Unknown ...*. II..1 Lot 81 ..:_______P._______ ..________,___.; 'Hj ," Mlle., m.E....._ '1'.00 Limit 151; :fi '
--?-- -- ____ ., ; Unknown ..__. 11..1 R.1No1't D._ .....altl." .' n ';' ?.. daily to Sept. 80., Limit Oct 81. July .5, 6, 12 and 19. {S a 41\ ,
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16. -.--------------:::==__ Unknown ____ 11.11 ..__a..e.... bas-Lisa .t Dill. D L ant 'r .. days from' date of BAO.' Ex- \.. ...,; \, '

16. -:_-_--_-_-_-_-__-_-_____..________._ Unknown ___. e.u $22.00-Monteagle, and Sewatension to 80. '
161. Unknown ____ .U 1.0S _____________________________ Fr.llier. Bob__ ".(1' Tenn. and return July 1 Sept.
t 16/------------------------------- Unknown ____ e..' All Blk 11 .J" _____________Unn Thompson S __ .5.60 nee ,
t -----_----__ Unknown ____ 8.11 Mboeraker's 8.b-Diva .1 111k II 1. 3, 10, 15, 26, 81; Aug. 4, 14. $39.65-Cincinnati, Ohio, and s
161 ------------------_______..:____ Unknown ____ 6.U Lot 1 __ _ Reese Anna __ 8.21 Limit Sept. 5. Summer School. 'f
t I ---------------- -- --- -- return. July 26, 27, 28. Limit
------T-----------_ .: ------- Unknown ____ 611I Mboe' sker'. NubDive .I. HIk Q L -
t 16. ------- ------------ :::_ Unknown ____ 6.U Lot 1 ___________________:..__________ Donegan. A E__ 'ua Ill. and return.Aug.. 5. Extension to Aug. 20. ."
1110 ---------------- :::::::____ Unknown ____ Ul Lot 2 ___________ C Gil- $51.15-Chicago, ,
t 1.1 ---.---------------___________ Unknown ____ .U m----------. bestlmr 1.97 Sold daily to Sept. 30. Limit L. O. O. M. _

112 -,,------------------ __ .______ Unknown" ____ .81 Lot 8 _____________ _________ Prior Mary __ 4.1' Oct. 81.
1", -----------------------:__:_______ Unknown ____ .U NS Elk U L ________________________ Base Chall____ 1.te Los Angeles and San Fran- '
t 111 -------------- ___ Unknown ____ e..u 1W 14 Blk V L L E a ,
--------- ----------' ------- --
t 166 ----------------- __ Unknown ____ .U : I3UM.ILI1 _ 1.80Al $37.65-Baltimore, Md., and ,si sco. Low round trip ticket
t 166 .------------------::::::::: Unknown ____ 6.81 c of 6 runS Washington: D. C., and return. I
t 167 .-----------------IIIIIIIIIII_ ____ 7 rtEbU8Nt-r NC% Wklia _
6.21 J L
Unknown ft ft -. Fadg ett 18.08 Sold daily to Sep. 30. Limited $65.25-Denver Col. Sold daily c..
t IRTDIA"s. ------------- I Vlk 6 ___________.__________ McKay. 0 We_ 17." ,
Hughes, R:] A_. .14 Lot 1 a. s. BIk 7 _nnn__________ Melsner A J__ 18.46 to Oct. 31. Limit Oct. 31.
t t lk.Bik Blk 1 1 -----------------------------------:::::: Washington Petera. Zllla._ .14 Lot 1. Blk B ___________mn Roberson, _Eli-_ 1..4 LOW RATES TO MANY OTHER POINTS "e!

t 1. Bile S ------------------------ Oussle __. 1.04 ,Lots 2. 4. 6Elk- E __________________ Addis, Wlltord 12.11 STOP OVERS ALLOWED FAST TRAINS STEEL PULLMANS. :

---? Peterson, M T. ..74I Robert D... .ero.d Addltlo. ,
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,. Blk 4 1 ?----------------- William C N__ ..74I 'Lot 1 ________________________n____ Richardson JI1 1.80 For information or Pullman reservations, call .,.
.. Blk ------- .
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::::: Pattlaon. Alberta II F R R C.. 8.rYey 1
7. Blk 6, ------------- ______. 1.04 Beg mOM Easterly Car lot a. BIl 10 on nearest Atlantic Coast Line Agent or ;

Klkiiiiiii?: ? ------------------_--"_-_- Payne.Saunders J H B__S___ .14.7" run N S4: deg..IrE' 6'tt'J N 47 4J.deg. E\; 72ft ft Rogero Mrs N 21:111 W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent Kissimmea : ;

---- ----------- Wllll., Alto __ .14 Lot 6 and Lot 4 Ire. a strip 41n J. G. Kirkland. D. P. A. Tampa Fla. Y. R. Beazley. T. P. A. r
Blk T ---- ! .
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S& Bile 7------ --------------: -Carr. Emma _. .14 wide off 'W side I BIk 10 _ Savage, R B__ 1415.11 : ; '
Bright, J C __ .U B.swell'. A..I.. ,.
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-iSSk.. 7 ---::----::: Floyd. 8am_.__ .14 Lot 7 -_-- -- -_ -- Fritz C 13____ 1.14 "'" '
------------ Anrtrrson, R W .74 O.b.r. O'Neal'; Additl..; ;
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't 7 Blk 8 ------------- --- William, LI*. A strip 50 ft wide across E side of loth .- -
t Si; Bile SIt ---------------- sleSabb _________ 1.04 1 and 2. Elk D ._...._._...._..!... Purcell AnnieII' B.O'

------- '- Lesley .. .14 Lot 6. Blk D ___________.__ _________ Cohoon, L H__ 1.1' .
10. BIle 8 ---.------------rIt '------- Floyd Bam ___ .14 Lot'. Elk P. _____________n___._____ Powell. Annl. '..7'Mat. C. A. CARSON President. N. G. BRYAN. Secretary, .'/ i
IS. Blk S -- ,--------
- Rlmma Julia ._ .1. .....' A..I..

It It 14 Blk S .---------------------------- Burk. RoaaJames. .1. N% Blk E _____________nu_________ Brlncer .Jo. __ U.OO .
1.. BIle 1111:--:-.-------------- General .7. SEY << > beg I
it -- J 6t \varto : ICfofJt
Blk --
1. - -- -" Davis J H .74 run ; ft N ; The Waters & Carson

It It 4.1. Blk Blk 18 11.-__-_-_-_--_-_-_--_-_-._--_-____--_"_ McIVer.Newsom.MaryHenderson Delia__ .1..1" Elk. S W._A.Ytlrlck'._Addltl..____--_ Han..lI Mrs S .... : '' ';'"'.

lM'BUSi'ir----------------"."--: Lot 1. Elk B _______________________ smith 3 F ___ 7.nE I .-'
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ft .._.-------------- Matthew ____ 1.0. % Lot I, Blk 0 ____________________ Barnhill.
.. Braker. .14 . Mr.-: .... :
t 6 i I Blk 14 ..7------- ---.-.------------------ Forman Sarah. ..74ii. Lot S. Blk Q ________________________ Smith. J F____ 8.11 Grocery Company ,iJf
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Blk --------- Thompson.Frank 11. Mill'Mub-Di.1 BIk .-
.. Blk...14It ----.----------------- ______ 1.04 Lot v.. _----_:-_---_--_-_----_____ __-- Miller, 13 0. ___ 1.111
Washington W. Ha. A44111..
11. Blk 14it ?------------ Oussle _._._. 1.0" Lot 6 ____:__:____::_________________ Unknown ____ 1.90 .
..Ford. Rosa ____ ..74t Lot Unknown Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
I, Blk 16 --------------------------- prince, BrthaL .14 Lot 18-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown :::: U8 I : r
6. Blk 16 ------------------.. : Monroe John .1" E.L.t-e.iey'.Ai4iii.. :
it 1, Blk 18 .;.-----..--------. --- Bdwards Lots II and 28 ........._....._______ Waring R D__ 1.90 : "
It 1. BIle IS. ----------------------- Charlie _.M 1.04 Lots Ie and ao ______________________ Don.lf.n A E__ 1.0 GROCERIES
Johnsan J B___ ..74I A E:] Doneg.n' Sub-Plvn of N" of SELot4 '
t I. Elk 11 --?-"" ---------------" William Julia .14 f N& of NW '\(0\ --__________ II 15 It '. d
I. Bile 10 ---------------"--""-- 'Saundera" Ben ..74tIBlk / Elk 154_________ ______________ Yate.. MraM..ry ..It i ,
t 'L Elk 10 --------------------- Myers R A___ .14 Lot. .$ and e; Blk 1 ____-________?____ argrove. W S 1..0 '
; 11 -------------------- : RichardsonHomer Lot. 1 and J. Bile' _________________ Cedy. ID W ---- 89 4 ;
t 11. Elk I2' --------------.------ ..__. 1.04 Lots 8. 4. 8. )1Ik: t __________________ Donelf.n, A E._ I..111Lot. 00000000000000000 .0.0..4'00 ....>.>.. < 1
Clalr. P C____ .14 Q A. Cara. '. ... .
t 14. Elk I' -------------------\: Dorey, Ja*..__ .1" 11 and 11, BHc A --------______ .. ". Simpson, J W__ 1.7. + .t
t 11; But ------------ 0 WE SELL 0 .
14 MrLaurln. Sam .14 KI____ Bel..t. : WB BUT: ....
t U. Blk -,.--------------------- William. C C__ .14 A E:] Sub-Dlvn 01 W of '1::.:; .' HAY, .
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III "'------------- Anthony Jullu .1" '\(DoneEan's'\ and 854 of BED, o l SID .
tJBlk 26 e.------------------- I t Spauldln-. Oeo. .1" _______ ____..----- 1. II I' HIDES, '
't6 '-------------- Wayman. Lot 10. Blk 44-----___________ _____ BellT Ju .118 . GRAIN o 0
.. t.. -.------:----------- Dare __... 1.04 Lot 6. Elk I 6> ________________'\..______ Day.. F M__ .81 FURS *
-, Floyd J B, .7' Lot Elks _. __ ___ Axford John II.I o I
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122. Blk'i. --...----- ------------ Power, Hay- Lot,8i,4. '1 6>. 5. -'.Elk7::----------:, :Don..n Cattle 0 FERTILIZERS 4'e:
S ; Blk"17, ----------------- _. I .., ..,.- 'f:' Co. 0 WOOL. p

------ Paynes.FI -. 104 Lot II.Blk 7 _______________.________ .... ;ttiJ'" Waring--11 D: L0' 0 SHINGLES 4o .
1..Blk tT ---------------- Van. Jaa.Thompson.. ____ ..74I Lot I. Elk 7 If Donegan CattleLot
. ------ ----------------------- .
:---- ------------ .. _ I.
"' Blk .' ------------------- Charles -...--.', 1.04 I Elk II __ _ .' ford, .. 1.01.
..... ., S. _ ___._____ A John ORANGE BOXES. + AND' $. : I.
Van Susan ___ .14 Lots t and I. Bik I :--______________ vas' .Jenkin. F H Let \ <
11. 'Bk I' '_.----- -------- Gary, Nora __ .74 Lots 8 and t. BIle 5 ____-________-___ Don.lfan: Cattle s' 0o . .. ..r.' (9 3
1. Bile 10" --?--------+- -, Rusell. Fanny .7. Ca _______ 1.1 ORANGE WRAPS ...... :ALL' .
.,. .
Bile .0 .:_. ------ __ Patter.on. W )(. ,74 _ ..... Axlord, .JObD_ -:
I' Blk '___________ ... ItJp\-.l-Pl-Jf--- ; ::----- : .;+ LOS + ? \ : + '>I.

Blk 11._------------- Jon ErnestJ ..7q4 Be1L7C1 yde N 01 SID Cot of 8W' of VEGETABLE CRATES,' .* COUNTBT,1',. *4 aI.
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I. Bile __....- --. ----- J P_ .74 8W run N 70 yu W 1t )od. -S TO + I. f ""'" I .
I. Block .. _.. v' ------- .- .lliams.. ,_ .7' 'E.70 yds.-- ____ ______ 1 L.sesn.r 8G1plo ..86 i' : : .
.. PRODUCE.We -
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Blk ..4 .. ----- 11 1 II CRATE NAILS ; 1l
f. .e. -- Be.t :J W___ W$ of.0' SE of BW __ -I Watson A A1'1.111 4. ,. '
.BIR II ___.. r ------- Stewart. John. 74 E 01 NW of Np of __ I' 21 I II :n-.J'.MraJi'G ...0. '. .. .,,' ,- !;'-.' ",:t.'.

11..Blk U, Bile la+___._-_-:--_-----.-------- I Bidding Charles .1/ Beg 410 ft'W and 110 1& N7 01 EE cor.' 00 0000000 .. .0 .: ... ...... ........... '
00 Bowen. 'Will ..' 8W run N .10 t& W II' "' :'
1.Ie;Bile BUe ,_--- --------- Mango./VVaah.: '.74 It 1110Cor _________,__ II 2, I' ,I .t7aklloW r. .n I. :
$It _---. .. ur ) eg m-UOytt ofN5 ran JIl r 1

'....Elk 'T _..-....._..-----.-------- k1111.Forreat etlSam.,i. .Annie....', 'i.i4. WE80T KI88 0 {] IDtte ; It,.8 .10. ft.--' 11s 1/ 1 Klm.'w, B191 ) a eU >teLl and Irarden swede .rlan kind*. 1 t?r r

1' BUe. .7 ....- .. .1.0, t and 4. Elk' 11'-..:...e..r: ; . J r ,N' ; Addti" '. r w. give .P KlaJ atttmtion .. ftUUsr .nt hunting and. camplnfFree partI& ;
Mlt7chelyntr 1IL
f.' BIll It _.. -' . Bik 16 ,.-----.,-,_--.-.. ''I 4.8nttoa W'i. LIJ I '. ) delivery In city limit. Pn..n. No. 12. S :fq.: ,4

g', B k :40 ::; : _..-_-. 'J 'WiymanDora1.' .14 Lot PINEbALJD.-I -..............._... .. t _Donald.oG:, r I''B, .. W. art) -covntr apab for.pod. tertlU n.. A.kas, fir ,drabft.' ...a Ire'' g

14; ,E1k'41. : ... .1 ". '"y. Pteraon. Jacob ..T' Lot S _:-__-:-__........n.... ... ,y (rai: NObl.'o! P a-- l.eI: Vrk4'. >a tSrtiD.RL. 15' t' i y Y


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'' IT WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT as this will be the most

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V Extraordinary Values in Silks will be greatly reduced in this :
1-3 Off Men's Suits 1.3 Off
Wearing Apparel sale. Short lengths, in Silks will have J
I a special table, a special clerk and a All our cabinets of Men's clothes will

11 1-3 OFF 1-3 I special price---so they must go. be opened to you at this wonderful re ;

Silk Serge, 85c regular; sale 64c duction. .

iVj A dress that will' cost you Messaline, 85c regular; sale . 64c 1 IJJff Men's Suits 1.3 Off ,:I

J regular price$6.50, inV Charmeuse, $1.25 regular;,sale 89c .-. V ,J :
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;,; j,:" this"sale. $4.34 Faille, $1.00 regular,; sale, '. 79c,.; I::,. .:::LV;/> Men's Straw Hats Greatly Reduced
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:$3.50. Dress or Skirt in Faille, 69c''regular;; sale '. ,/ .' '49c''V.' :' $3.00 Split Straw, Sale price '$2.25,

this sale for $2.34 Pongee Silk, 65c regular; sale 49c 2.50 Sennet Straw' . .' 1.75

2.00 Sennet Straw '. 1.50

I i HOUSEHOLD AND DRESS LINENS AT REMARKABLE SAVINGS. . __ 1.50 Both Sennet and Soft Straw 1.13
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-- 5.00 Genuine Panamas .
,, : Wash Fabrics specially underpriced. for this clearance. sale. .. -- 3.98. .
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JJ:'\'' wide $1.50 Work Pants, Union Made $1.19
Our Embrordery Stock will be thrown open atONE r:
L THIRD OFF NOTHING RESERVED. ONE THIRD QFF 1.00 Work Pants, Union Made 79
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-- -- .50 Blue Bell
Work Shirt .39
All Calicos in this..clearance. sale, per yard. 5c. B. V. D., Balbriggin, Porosknit
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Bates, "Toile Du Nord," regular 12 1-2 c. Dress Gingham.. in thisclearance -' other makes. of Underwear at greatly

sale, per yard 9 1-2 cents. reduced. prices. _
'&&N V Renfrew 32 in. Dress Gingham, 15c* regular, clarance sale lOc. --,- --;- -- ,-.------

Our stock. of regular lOc. Dress Gingham will'go.at' 8c.. T $6.00 Stetson Hats . .. $4.88
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Absolutely no starch 0 ; 36 in. A Good Bleaching, clearance sale, 4.00 5.00 "" . 4.00
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k 'I per yard, 6 12c. V. , "' 3.00 No Name Hat . 2.25 :

i [.V Lot of Sheets, as long as I they last---torn and hemmed,. 81 x 90--- Other--- ---- .--Hats- at similer reductions. r!
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clearance sale each, 59c. Salem Sheets, torn and hemmed, 7-3 Off all--- I
63 90 clearunce sale each 50c. on Men's Dress Pants. ;
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in Kissimmee. One reason it that we are remodeling'and the other is,thai we must have the space Suits exempted. t
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