Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 5, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00649
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: HJ'HARA 'GETS CONCESSIONS INVITES INSPECTION OF"' CROP
FROM STATE AND EXPOSI-
TIQN OFFICIALS FOR 1 NOW GROWING AS EVIDENCE

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action taken by California au- H. Witherington who ha* beena
thorities to lift the embargo against .1 citizen Apopka for the part thirty

: Florida creditably at the PanamaPacific years And who has proved himself.0.
exposition is related in a letterto to be a successful farmer In the high '

W. W. O'Hara, who has taken the .lands of Florida, now has a field of
question of a Florida exhibit for the
up I corn growing'within corporate k
i.. .the exposition officials from .E. C. limits of'Apopka"upon.the same..land n ;1'.

Conroy secretary!' for state participation. that has been cultivated In: corn for
The conclusions of a conference the past five or six years without rest
between the chief of the department We had occasion to see this field of
of horticulture of the exposition the corn ourselves few day ago and we '
1, executive officer:! of the state board of invited him to tell the readers through T
health and its quarantine officer, and the columns of The Valley. Gazette ". -
r Mr. Conroy. are given "In"the letter how he produces such fin* corn on
+' which follows: the same land year after year, as it f
San Francisco Cal., May 13, 1914. I I I I seems to grow better from year to

Dear Mr. O'lian: On the 'seventh BUNGALOW OF ft. W. lEIKLEJ'ON. PARADISE ISEAND.e year. He nand us this 'communication - -";,
instant a meeting was held in the office which we publish and invite any, '
of G. A. Dennison chief of the skeptical on. to go and see what can
department of horticulture of the exposition -I be done in that excellent farming district

at which he together with of our state. ',I
Po Dr. Cook, executive officer of the state MRS. PARKER Prices Paid To FarmersFor U. S. AGAINST, The letter follow.: ':
board of horticulture, Mr. Maskew its t -Apopka. Fla. Jane 4. 1914.
quarantine officer and the writer were ENTERTAINED ALLEGED HOGCOLERA "Dear Mr. EdltonRl71nc;; to your ,

4- present I Butter Fowls inquiry as to my methods of corn culture Y
The object of the meeting was to Eggs, I have to say that my.methods
secure for exposition purposes only EPWORTH LEAGUE CURE adapt themselves to the man of limited -
,; some modification of the present -- means,and are the result of yean
g quarantine restrictions whose operations Washington D. C., June ..-The May 1, 1913. Apparently farmers are of observation and experiment. y

'- would prevent the admission of The E worth League of the Methodist crop reports of the bureau of statistics obtaining on an average less for their Washington, D. C.. June 4.-Evidence "1 have used just fifteen dollars' S
p, Florida's citrus fruits into this state. chufth entertained Friday night I (crop estimates) of the United States butter and slightly more for their of what appears to be a well worth of commercial: fertiliser together
The discussion was general and exhaustive of last week at the home of Judge' G. Department of Agriculture show the eggs and chickens. organized campaign to delude farm- with a few wagon loads of barnyard t ,i
and we found the state officials F. Parker at the corner of Emmett I average prices paid to the farmers in Butter. ers,throughout the country into buying manure this season on my entire
rv mentioned very anxious to make street and Beaumont avenue. A goodly various states 'for butter, eggs and The average price paid to the farmer an alleged cure for hog cholera, (eighteenI field.and I Invite the

f very possible concession in the inter- I number of young people gathered ) chickens on May 1, 1914, and as compared for butter on May 1.1 1914 was 23.8c under the impression that this has public to come and see It. ..
*,U> esi of the exposition. Their spirit was for this delightful occasion. A two- with_ the similar estimates on or 3.2c less a pound than the average been Investigated and approved by the "Intelligent cultivation is the keynote "

*entirely friendly and the Florida citrus act play entitled "The Joys of Country price paid on May 1, 1913. In theNew United States government, has reached as. my field, will show, demon_ c'
fruit growers can, we think look Life was presented by members of England states farmers of New Hampshire the department of agriculture. At- strating the fact that corn can be
rather for their co-operation than for the league. This play was exceedingly GAME LAW REVENUE seem to have received on an Ucla praising this medicine,. ben.tol 'grown profitably on Florida'' soilthere'are -
any opposition. At my suggestion the humorous, and provoked billows of average 33c or Ic more a pound whilein by name are being sent out widespread _thousands of acres of landJut
'' conclusions reached were put in writing mirth. Tne rendition of the parts was Connecticut they paid 80c or 8e less to newspapers.. These articles as good or better than mine lying
" aa follows: excellent Those taking part were' HELPS SCHOOL fUND a pound; in Vermont 29c and Rhode are so worded that it appear. if the Idle for want of cultivation; 'while

1' 'The state entomologist shall have I Misses Cecelia Overstreet, Clara and I Island 82c or 6c less a pound; and in department of agriculture had received Florida people are sending thousand
'' Inspected material thirty days Ruth Clark Helen Bass, Helen Massachusetts 33, or 8c .Us a pound, report* from the state of Minnesota of dollars to the west for corn and
prior to to the :Mattie Belle Harris Nina ,Jonea.1! Tallahassee, Fla.. June ..-Hon. E. and In Maine "SOc"! WJcriess.In'New' "showing that the medicine had hay, and.I have.found the'hay: crap' ,
,health and cleanliness of the contents lian Prentis and Me l srll. Will Z. Jones, stats game commissioner, York and Pennsylvania and adjoining proved'most beneficial. A* a matter to be even more profitable -than the

-of the shipment intended for exposition Tiller, Harper Cmhler Clyde and Harold I has Just made his annual report to states the average price was 28c to of fact the one report received by the corn crop grown on the same class..of, r a
Governor Trammel. law
The
,, purposes. Buzza Melville Huffman and Earl I I game 32c or from 7c to 4c leas On the coast department was an unoffdal and unsolicited laneL'
"A quarantine area has been created Cowger. I was enacted the last session of the from Maryland to South Carolina the statea-ient sent presumablyfrom "HJa high time 4.that CIIurP people

or on the exposition grounds where Refreshments in the shape of cake I legislature, and has only been in op- prices were either the same or Ic higher the promoters themselves. The wake up to a full sense of their pnv-

all plant and ,fruits for exposition and ice cream were served and an entertainment eration since l ut.Septe'mber.The is. elaborate ranging from 25c to 28c. Georgia department attaches:no Importance lieges and stop sending their cold cash
' ''qurpoees-even from our own state, of speaking, reading and connniseioner'a.report. farmers receiving 26c seem to havegained whatsoever to this statement It ha*f to the forest, paving exorbitant frei..htato
,and contain much valuable- le,'while ,the Florida farmer to believe in the the Vrailroads for commodities that
.will be received and examined: by the music was given, and an enjoyabletime no reason efficiency
state quarantine officer" was had.by all. formation The department to March received 2c a pound Jess, or 33 cents. of any proprietary cur for hog cholera grow so naturally here. The method
'r The officials. said they could not 1914. had collected $45314.25. Of this In the balance of ,the ,states, with ''a and does not recommend any. is simple; cultivation is all there is to

change that provisions of the law MUdll PLANT amount 15495.35 was paid to county few exceptions where, the .price was der certain condition it urges it Come and see'm,.' cornfield and I
4 which:,require in pectiolthirty days HOW TO wardens' .and county officers for fees stable, '.nnen'.pparentl, were 'receiving -'er* to_protect their, stock with wlli tellyou how it i. don Anyone,;
prior to They said this was FOR SUMMER USE earned by-themThe ealarier and expenses from le to 8o-lessva pound, hog cholera.serum but that Is all. un-I 8'1'01the humblest eouptryfarmer/an

: dud to the shipment.fact that in most states inspection of the state commisisoner's de- except that In Montana the price was In connection with this att mp do-what am.oiny ... .
l' and certification were necessary For a family of six the following partment were $3,182.26 leaving the lc more!, in Arizona 6c less and in may be said that the medicine "Respectfully.
will be about right: net amount over all expenses paid into Oregon 7c less. l is forward as good for hogs
but once a year and it would be the state treasury for the school fund now put "H. H, WITHERINGTON."''
4" quite possible that some infestation String beans-Bush, 25 feet May 1, EGGS. was advertised some time ago as a',
could have taken place say eleven June 1 and August 1. $27,136.64.ALL The farm prices for eggs on May 1 means! of killing tuberculosis typhoid I I
rt months after the exa.mina- were 16.8c a dozen or about .7c higher and cancer germ., according to an ar- PLAN TO
t J previous String beans-Pole, 10 feet of trellis UNIFYDIFFERENT.BODIIS
TOWARD for the thanon
EYES TURNED on an average country tide published in the Journal of the
tion. end of and middle of June.
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May OSCEOLA COUNTY May 1, 1913, or an increase of American Medical association. At that i
Inasmuch the exposition grounds
as Pole lima A dozen poles each, end
about 4.3 In of the -
cent. most I I
per time it was asserted that the army
have been created a quarantine area
June.
of May and middle of '
states the price was the same, or va- interested in it. ,As matter of
was a
will be to have article from ;
it After
necessary every I Bush limas-All at once, middle of reproducing an '
i'h plantand fruit shipment of every May. I The Valley Gazette in full upon the ried only by 'lc one way or the other. i, fact the army was no more interested'i OF METHODISTS -
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In |
Montana however eggs on May then than the department of
kind for exhibit inspected. employing demonstrator -
and for a
subject ]
purposes Beets-Fifty feet, April 1. practical ag-ricul-I
I 1. 1914, were 18c or 4c cheaper than is I
fruit in California as to consult with farmers ture now. f
Every grower I greens, 25 feet, middle of Apnl, first our
well as in any other place in the world of May and middle of May. I II and advise as to the best crops to the preceding year, while in New Mex- I In view of the evidence that the .attempt WILL ADOPT NAME OF METHODIST N
ico 23c 4c
4 4 desiring to exhibit at the exposition I Carrots-Fifty feet, April 1; to use plant, how to prepare the soil, the' they were or higher on an to create this false impression CHURCH OF AMERICA

will have to conform to these condi- I young; 25 feet May 1 and June 1. kind and quality of fertilizer to use, !average.The paid to farmers for chickens I l Is persistent and widespread all hog,. ANp ONE RITUAL. ,t
;" tions. This provision thus places then Corn-A dozen hills or less ten days etc., the Manatee River Journal adds price 1 12.5c about .7c owners are warned to Communicate'with ; '';
: on May we or a
Florida citrus on exactly the the following footnote: the United,States authorities before -
grower or two weeks apart from May 10 to in 1914 than 1913, City-June-4.--Tut.tly.-
pound higher ip Oklahoma
oran
same basis as the California fruitrower. July 10. "Osceola it forging to the forefrontof accepting as'true any statement I
increase of about 5.9 per rent The plans for the unification of the throe) n
recommends
counties at that the
Florida's progressive a government any
Cucumbers-One or two hills. May
We cannot conceive that these pro- 1, June 1 and July 1.EggplantsSix rapid rate. There is a reason. In fact, variation variations in the price from of chickens this was treatment other than tier 'serum already .Methodist connectional'oft'ieeri bodies in America were elected approved. ,. '

Msions will be Considered objectionable plants set out mid- for everything good there .is always principal were mentioned. .
commonly than Ic pound. The and declaration of were
per a principle
the Florida people. In ex'JihibitlnK The secret of the success of -j
-/; by dle of June. a reason. I .
where there decrease
Delaware at of the General
was a adopted today' session -
their funds and plants it this is that live, wideawake
Lettuce-Twenty-five feet or less county a '
of 1% a pound to 14.6c West Virginia i Conference of the Methodist Episcopal

A will be to their advantage to !select elected board of county USE OF CALOMEL .
April 1, May 1, June 1, July 1 and citizenship a principal variations from this were Church South.The .
but the choicest and cleanest and commissioners composed of levelheaded -
nothing August 1. The June July plantings I
there increase of 1.2c poundto I convention ordered the withholding
was an a
,,v and this will insure their freedom their will not be good if weather is broad-minded far-sighted bus-" 13.4c, North Carolina an increase RAPIDLY FALLING OFF of aU'money in the hands of
from infestation at the time of incus men who realize that agricultureis
too hot or dry. ,
of 1.5c to 12.5c and South Carolina an various church board intended for
Inasmuch as thre will the backbone body and soul of the
shipment. Parsley-A dozen or more plants, increase to 2.3c to 15c. I Vanderbilt university, until paymentwas
be no chance for contamination state of Florida and who are not
, probably start in house or sow in garden in Fewer People RUVinf Dangerous authorized commission
j 'I by a
appointed -
route the shipment should afraid to spend to better farming I
en April. money
Dod- handle the situ +'
Vanderbilt ,
1 Drur-noulBad. Taking to
reach the exposition grounds in a satisfactory Pens-Twetny-flve or fifty feet of conditions The Journal' has repeatedly
'A condition and readily stand double that of the son's Liver Ton. Instead. ation. y
row April 1. smooth kind April suggested one
111 The of the committee the
II AshtonCapt. report on
9 the.. necessary inslMlCtion. 16. Champion of England or other I best investments. that our people I salaries of ''
Axed tbe..ett.e'
I want to repeat what was said in I later kinds.: could make would be money spent in The use of calomel which.is a poison hundred bishop at t ,
dollars annually
ha my night letter of the seventh instant Potatoes-Extra early kind, a dozenor I I securing practical detnonstratioL"I! and a form of mercury seems to forty-eight ,
',,{r via: "This fact certainly should three dozen hills. I K. L. Britt, in charge of the be decidedly diminishing' nowadays superanuated dollar bishop and the at twentyfourhundred of
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:f. remove any doubt, of discrimination Radishes-Fifty feet, April l'; 26 FLORIDA ROADS. Osceola county convict camp which Dodson's Liver Tone takes its place at thousand widows.
'",' and if the people you have been .dealing feet April 16, May 1 and May 16. has been located near Ashton will so reliably in cases of constipationand bishop Unification* one .
good faith Florida's A total of 2,848 miles of good roads the camp In few days to that its plan we..protidecl.
'r,' with Squash-One or two hills. May 1, move w a |I liver trouble popularityis the Methodist ?
participation should be a certainty." June 1, July 1. rf* were built in Florida last year at a point near the East Coast railroad, spreading more widely all the time. .merging Episcopal
Church; South the Methodist
;:: 'We have secured very concession Tomatoes-Two dozen plants, setout cost of more than $1,000.000.-accord where aboutfour months work Is : Dodson's Liver Tone is a harmless ; Episcopal
Church and the Protestant Math-
asked for through you and will be June 1. Sow a pinch .of seed in ing to an official report just mad him. He has done some'aplendif 1' vegetable-liquid. What calomel does f
Odiat Church under the of the
if the predicl public. Half of the roads were surfaced : work the in this 'I with for name -
'r,, \ "lrJ' viously disappointed the open ground the first week in May: on roads unpleasantly-often danger- Methodist Church, in America with
' '? contained in wire of April JO with sand-clay, 857 miles with part of the county. and alugg-bh'lIver, Dod- 1
:l tion your for plants of late bearing and for constipation ritual 4
'? is not fulfilled viz: "Urlem embargol3 I green tomatoes for pickles. I marl or crushed atone and of the remainder The crew has been employed duringthe son's Liver Tone does for :you safely: one conference.faith one Pale and one general
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is raised it will be useless to spend Distance Between Rows.Two j eighty-five miles were constructed past week building a bridge on and pleasantly, with no'pain' and nogrip. will be established jurisdictional for four conference ,
.;;,. any more time-if this arranged can of brick. the grade that seems to be in e".1'7wa .. It does not interfere. in any way *
I t' be put the deal over for two hundred feet: Lettuce, onions parsley.I A number of Florida counties have ) satisfactory and looks to be one with your regular business, habits or geographical members of the t visionsnd. wiU negro be
If bush beans and beets. voted bond issues for road construction
thousand dollars or more necesThe of the best In this part of the county.The diet.
Three feet: Cabbage potatoes and In recent months and it is estimated preacher who was sent to the assigned to one of the jurisdictional r.Vt'
a.rp So successful so reliable and so '
conferences
J!\ v authorities that ipso peas. that the expenditure this year chain and who '
state say recently
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gang choppedoff
'J Four feet Corn pole beans and fnr popular a remedy has Its .imitators The Colored Methodist church will i, trw
: will amount to $3,000-
the fruit ) highways
far as they are'concerned exhibitors his hand to avoid work. Is still in naturally. But beware of them.. You
be maintain independent -
" are at liberty to dispose of bush squash. 000 or more.Nothing the gang and Captain Britt i* keeping easily detect the difference. permitted to an YS
) the fruit in any way they may ch_ Five feet: Cucumbers and tomatoes has demonstrated morenotably him busy throwing chunks and root I can organization holding fraternal. r
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t't make relation the united church.; ,
Doc with
on never extravagant
the fruit the that Florida Is .
progress and of'the tool .
taldnl'.care
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,.J' selpassed thetrilasspectlon it leaves Six feat Melons 'and vino squash. making than. the building of good For the put several years Captain statements. Ws'IJrer Ton has been uniform declaration of princlples'were ': >
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!. .ft their Jurisdiction and they in conse- Give the vegetable room or. they; roads in that: state. ,These roads are I Britt ha had charge of convict crews. made from the first to take the place divorce law proper *- > ZR.ulatlou

r have no right to indicate what. will not flourish Plant fairly thick paying handsome return on the money ] and worked all classes and kind, but. of calomel." H. say 'that'It' ""liven and the abolishment. 'of child"'
"quence it and thin to- invested in..them. would the liver overcome.constipation. labor ,*' -.. 4
.r; di.poaitien be. mad of They: pay, bo-says-he never,., ha. met up with I'
.1 ."t.Tbe official with whom w* treated Two Inches: Rashies. a'v.ry satisfactory return if nothing 1 1I sash a creature M this preacher agreeably and makes ,you',/eel noeL ;:1S'UGHT'.UIENDMENT'
ar.* clothed with Use necessary authority Four Inches Onions and boshbeans. I but the increase in the value 6f lands ''aat.If V* could only have a few more IfttrDods satisfied completely : .. MADE
Liver Tone ... "OMNIBUS-BILL
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J. Z. Roberson '
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l to'intake the modifications referred which,they cans 'was taken into account. laborers.for the captain her would soon *;; Ft's TO: ,
" \ 3to,,"We will be glad to receive an ear- Six'Inches:' Sats/carrots, splnparedq c ., ,Her.* i* a case of a farm owner .have good road in all this end of tile will .JJancl', ,back, tin purchase "/. ,'D'c..Y"" 'i'
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r advic-from you .to"th* effect thai t who attempted to sell his fared for county. - price t &.) to yon eh"rtJIIIJr..tut&nt- Washington,. June .-' i On*
u' "lj ha, made provision fo.. Twelve Ine.besLettuce.Twentyfour ; $1300 and.wa unable I to secure that ;"- ly and without guee tioa.-'l'Hence you amendment"th* 'Clayton, omniboatrust
Florida and that at,an early d pay inches: Bush limas amount for tt A first class highway ."In'"Tennessee the demoerat/took run no risk to health pocketbook bPU'mad the.house i8turday7' N
"* ,ticlpation will tai make .Jrrolaaq." L .. wall built throngS the farm' and he Rye.ndLthurBPubli an* choeeIIooperfor tiYiD.U-a-triaL---- '1 .---- -.*. ,It would bro den 1h4rjuJU4i *t}"
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." ") 'representative orations b.refor..apiv, .: .-':'Three plant*. to t bIf r I'Cucumbers, then refused,.n offer..f $3>p0u'for'Uvi' a chaser,-Pensacola New i ,- "'"' tion of..federal courts so 'anti-trust r It

av'.-.i pre .hl" 1lUeeeu.-1-am: :",:. :. squash n ',,.....;though tee had been no change Now tb*>' "independent" .decomats FOR RKNT OB .AU5.:....Twp ty nit*'might b brought.In any district -"
q prickletbteUj; (; ? .
C r" J.' Vary truly J'OIII't; r y. *- .d.. In the status of the'farm except: ',the. night name John Barley Cora of Menu 1 }', tor* butUlagesi Brack St Nertii Where .a. ."corporation rreaioee- Jer,. r.If .(a. .'
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9 : .outbeaat, of 8WO-u---:corner, =::=:===:==:== = === 5 5 2N 29 '114 40 Sat.Rr Nrtttra.: W R'' :l =: B 111 AO An __ __ ___u_______-______________ 88 U 34 640 Southern Co Colon.lsatlon i___: ".48 un"u".yed eaat of rlv..rn- 8 3. 33 699 Southern Cq ColonIsallon .,:_-_ 27./t .k'

of BW'4' Wm 179 2 3i U 839 i : All ________ ___;__ ___ ____ B 36 81 640 Southern Cdlonaatidn -
( -iiw--0-i-8 i:=:= :=== 24 10 34 0o' Moore -- All _- . m.uu-__-_-________oo ____ Southern Colontsallon -- -- ---- -- '
Undfv. K Int. n }, 4(1( I-Imlth. J. 881 Co.___ !t.48An / Co.___ tO.tAll
/ : Lot ____________.._ ____. __. __- -_. _-_ 2 I 3t 31 34 I4 16A changer JT j-- 12 00I All __ _____ _________ 10 39 U 641 Southern : _u___________.______________ ______ 10 38 33 t40 Southern ColonIsatlon :
Lot of NE'4---- ___ __._ ___ ____ ., 14 7Ge V'rrtlc.I R W _=. 12.00AU' mnmu c 41.14 Co ____ IB.4'

I _________________ _________ n_ ___ ___ : 7 :31. 34 (,3" Soulh..rr.. C..lonlaRtlon _- ___ ___ ____-_________u______u__ 12 37 U .n Southern Colon.Isatlon ; : All _____.______________n_______;___u 11 38 33 640 Southern Colon--
______. ___ __ _._._ _._ __.-_ _, Co _ 2847 .U7 It."

32 34 .4U Southern ColnAll All _ __ :"- _____ _. ____ 14 37 U 840 Southern Colontsallon ; : AU nunn____________________ ___ 12 .36 33 840 Southern Colon:
; F - -- - ---- ---- -- -
_. .___ .______ _____ _.____ /satlon Co. ._: 25 47 I Co.____ 'B.ClI ISRllon Co,____ .'B.'.

: IN 32 14 637 Southern Colona All . ___ ___._ 16 37 J4 840 Southern Colon.lsatlon An ___n____________ ____________ 13 38 83 640 80uth..rn" Colon- :1
AU _._______ _.. .. ___... __ ___ _ _ Icatlon CU.26.47 ---------nn-----n Co,___ ..... r-. lsallon Co..___ .'..8 .

Colon: All rant of river_______________________ 19 27 U 580 Southern Colon.lsatlon : All __ _______________________.________ 14 3. 33 .40 Southern Colon- ...
i : 2647A Co.___ 28.7. I.Rllon ("o.u__ 2....

31 32 34 62N 'ton- All .. _ .. ___. _________ 21 81'' U 640 Southern Colonlsatlon : An east of river______________________ 17 38 83 120 Southern CoIODlaRllon -
__ _ __ ; .u- .
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AU ____u.m : \ ( 2A7 21." Cn..___ '..IfAn

6 __ __ 33 92 34 ,44 Sou1ZAUcpConlon2A47'r All _ __ _ __ ___._ ___ _____ ______--__ 22 87 34 640 Southern Colonlaatlon : --_--____________--___--___ _._____ 21 36 33 640 Southern Colon-
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.. All __ _____u..nnn : Co. ___ "..8 fzatlnn Co ___ 28.41
4 U 34 60G Southern ('olon- All . _ ________ _____ _____ 23 37 34 .41 8ol j AU ______u_._:._nnn_ __._...___ 22 36 33 64n Southern' Colonlsatlon : .i
: _____ _ - ---- '
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{ r. 33 3268( Soulh..rn ColonlaRllon __ __ _ __ ___ __ 24 37 34 642,, Southern Colon. All _________________________________ _._ 24 36 33 640 Routhern Catonlsatlon i :
.______ .___._ ___ __. uuu.u '
.AU) _. __n.un_ Co _ _ 27 U lon Co,____ u. Co._ __ 84027

_____ fi 33 34 Glb oUlh..n rolon.laRllolI All _ _ _ __ ___-____unu_____. __ 25 37 i4. 842 SOI-: Colon- All fr.tlona, ______________ _____u_ 26 36 33 U2 Southern Colon- I'
___ ____ _..__
AU __ _.__ : nu Co. 2828AU Isatlon Co.____ 39,42All Rosauthern Co17.81. "
33 34 ,27 Southern ColonlxAllln . ___ _. ____ 28 17' 641 Southern Colon- An tractional and lIu.urv"yed part____ 27 36 33 640 Coon .+ .,!'..
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f 1 AU _ mm.____ __ __________.__ 8 33 34 639 Foulhrrn: Culbn-; 111 All _ . __ __ _______________ _________ 27 37 .34. 640 Southern ColonIsaUon All un.urv..y"d east of river....._,.,._ ... 28 311 JJ J50 Southern C0.Colonlsatlon __ ,:.
Iellllnn ('o + 48AU Co___. 19.48 lI.n.
II 33 34 ill "'oUlh..rn' ('olond All real of rlv..rn_____ ____________ __ 29 37 34 1198 RButh..r" Colon- All uOlurv..y"d east of river----: ___ 33 36 sa 200 Southern ColonIzatton :;: ..
__ __.____..___......_._____..__- -.- lallll..11 Cu 29 49r c 27.68All Co __ B.78

III 33 34F1 "''ollll..rll Colonlutlon All east or Aver_______________________ 83 87 34 520 Southern Co1on- All un.urv..y..d ea.t.of river-------- 386 33 615 Southern ColonCo. : -.
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NE and 8"4 --_._. _--_____.__--_-_ II 33 34 320 Autln F. P-- 1411 lsatlon Eoj.- 2948 All fractional _____ ___ 36 1/1 93 640 Southern' Colon- ...
II 33 ::14 160 Sunihrrn t Colon- W'of NEyi---------- _ __ ___ 2r. 27 33 40 Aumn.r, & n-----
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Izatton Co. 19.01
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13 37 33 2P6 Colontsation
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16 31 34 6W Southern Culort 17 30 33 40 Brown J. M. ___
_. __. __ . ... . _ .. . _..__.___. NW" of NF.Vs------------------------- 114 ("O..n_ 15.11AII..a.t
fl Icatlon Co, ._ 29 / BAll NW I4 of N94 ____- ___ ___ ___ _____ __ 21 30 33 40 Montedee0. J.__ 1.14 37 160 .
: i of river-___ ______. .. .. __. r4. 33 1Suuth..rn Colonlsatlon
: 17 33 34 C40 South.I Colon- : and of sod - -
_ ___. __ ____unn- rn NF.'k SE" NW" CO..n 793
, IZlItlon C02918 NE1k or SW'k__ ___ __ ___ __ ____ ____ II 30 33 120 Hunter. H A.__ 5.UAll 3 26 32 40 Unkll"'n '..08An
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All .. __. .__ Izalloll Co __ 29 48 u u Co._ 28.47 ....________.___.._..__.._____ ___. f 30 32 640 Mluholland .2.21. 28.17All

_ ID 33 34 .6 87 "'oulhprn' Colon- _ __ __ ______ _______ 19 81 33 633 Southern Colon-n fr..cllonRI ____ __-nnu.___. ___ 7 30 32 820 Mulhollanc1:1.. 27.31 .-t
All ______--_--___ __- ____--________ __ lsatlon CO..3068 All - -- --- - tzetfon W'k of NW% of NW3l __________ ____ 2r. 30 32 20 unknown __w 182RW

: Co..2: 47vA1l ys _____ ____________________ ____ _ 27 30 32 110 Hunter H. A.___ 7.U
2n 33 34 C4I Southern ('olon- .21 81 33 568 Southern
____ of Colonlutlon
All _>______ ___ ____ ______ except E44 NWtk--------------- All 6 30 32 Bevan, R .___ 26.17A11 -.
soj (: Colon. 2NA '.. : 2q7 = =: ====: =:::=::::::::=::::::::::::::::: 13 91 AY m Southern 'l : --
; All _______ __ ___ ___ ____ 21 33 34 641 All _ 'n. __ ____ _______ ________ 27 31 33 641 Southern ColonIcstion ;: laRllon ('0.. __ 28.47

22 33 34 G40 Southern ItAtlan 1'4 Cdlonl.atfon 2" HAll . _ ___ 31 31' 88 G40 Southern Co._ :; 28,47 All _ ______ __-_----_--_____ ___-- 14 31 82 639 Southern' Colon-
___ Colonlsatlon -
al All .--_ __ _______ --_____--..-______ All uuuu laallon Co.28.47

___. ____..____ __uuuuu__.____ 23 33 34 644 "Snuthrrn' 1'e'oon-. 29411W1 I All _ . ____ ______ ___ ___ ____-___ 32 31 38 G39 Southern Co.-('olonIsatfon :;: 28.47 An _ _ --______- -__.______--_- -____ 15 31 32 689 Southern ((""0."I"nlaRllon __ _-_ 2817

Izatlon Cn2918 } Co._ 28.47 ___ ________ ___ ______ 16 31 32 1140 Southern Colonization -
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lutlon (; 15 IINE'4 faallon Co._ _ 28.47 Ail _ _ _ _ _. ____ ... ________ 20 21 32 64/1 Southern Colon n:
1 _--_______--___--__ __________- ____ 26 33 8110 "Fuuthern' 'ulonr All _ u.n.__.__.__ 2 32 33 645 Southern Colon. Izatlon Co.____ 2817

; / ton Cn- _ 29Rl bRilon ('0.__ __ 28.47 _ _____. .____ 21 31 32 5bO Southern Colon-
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l Latlon Cu. 2230laallon bAllon ('0._. _ 28.47 --------------------------------2 31 32 63R Southern Colonfeaton -

AlI ______ _... ..___________________ 28 33 34 641 Southern Culon-; All .. __-- -____-_________-_____--.___ 4 32 33 634 Southern Colon- All / Co. __. 28..7

r Cu __ 294i. lsatlon Co. 28.47 __ _ __ __ _______ ______ 23 31 32 640 Southern Colon-
AU _______un_-- .____ __ n..u--- 29 33 34 1141 Southern Colon- All ; "Dt rn2L --_--_____--____._--_-- 5 32 33 487 Southern Colon-:; All unnh ,I.- ...,,,.n n... 0. ...

Y 0 Latlon Co. 2948 I Izallon Co.__ u 20.98 All __ __ __ _--______--_--- _______ 24 31 32 688 Hunter: ; : .H A.- :::= 28.17 i:
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i+ Icatlon Co._ . 3068 Land Co _- ._ 7.10 Co.. 28.n

AlI ____un______ nnUuu____ 31 33 34 680 Southern ColonIzatlon : i All . _____ ____.._..__.__________...__ 6 32 33 632 Southern Colon- All ___ __ n_ __--_--__--____-_______-- 26 31 32 1140 Southern ColonCn. :
Co 31 27 28.47 laallon ._ _ 28..7 0

AlI ____--_--____________-__--____--___ 82 33 34 641 Southern ColonC0 All __ ______________________._________ 7 32 a3 C40 Southern Colon: All __ _. _:_______---________------___ 27 31 32 639 Roulh..rn Cnionlutlon -
-
2948IZRII..n fsatlon Co.__ 28.47 ('0.. _ 28..7.

'' .:________-_______________--_--_____ l3 33 3A11 / 1141 Southern 'Cnol..onw ; All --- -______---_--_______--__--_____ 8 32 33 639 Southern ColonIcallon : All _ _- __ _--____-________-- --_ 211 31 32 650 Southern ColonI
29 48 28.47 IxRllon CO.____ 24.43
,. AU _..-___--___________._____.________ U 13 U 639 Sulstahtleonrn' <; : All ___ __uuu__------.unn_______ II 31 33 m Southern Colonlsatlon : All ___ __--____--______________--_____ 2A 11 82 U8 Southern .Colon-
.- 2 ..48An 28.47 laRllon Cd 2847
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Co. 2948ooS '. bRilon Co _ _ 2R.47 - lsatlon Co._ _ 28.47IJ'Rllon

'/, _______n________-_nn_.______ 36 J3' U 1140 Southern' Colon.:; All _-__-_- __ ___--______--_-_____--___ U 12 38 641 Southern Colonsatlon : All _.. _____..____..__________________ 33 31 32 5U Southern Colon.;
laallon Co.2948 / Co. Y8.7satlon Co 24.43All

1 _________.______noo.u__________ 1 U 34 641 Southern Colon- All .u-------------------------------- 12 32 83 642 Southern Colt : ___________-__________________.. 24 31 .32 640 Southern ('olonlaRlion h -
o 29.48 / Cn.__ 28.47 -- (Jo __ 28.447

3 K All ______n_______-_ .__--'---nu----- 2 I U U 6i8 Southern (0100:;: All _:_nunuunn 13 32 33 640 Southern Colon All _________________________ _____ 35 31 32 640 Southern Colon
: Izatlon CO._ 2948 futlan : 28.47 lsatlon Co ___ n.t

i AU ________________u._________;_____ a 3. 34 689 Southern ColonA11 :;: All ________ ___________________________ 14 12 33 841 Southern g Cn.o: : All ____--__ _______--__--____ -_.__ 38 81 82 840 Southern Colonleatlon :
ZI.UA.I1 lsatlon ... 28.47
O,_ 21.t?
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y. So'r Co._ ZI.U .___: ".n laallon Co.____ n.n

t ______--_______--_____--_____----__ Ii 3U. 65. Colon-:; All -__--__-_____._________-__---___-- 16 82 33 14.8 Southern Colonlsatton All nu_._____________.____.______-_ 2 82 32 .22 Southern Colon- .
I lcatfonI Ce.89./B Co.___: 21.n lsatlon Co,___ n.81

-&..... --------_------..----------------. e 184 708 Southern Coon l NW' of BE'4' ______________--______-__ 17 U 33 120 Southern; CORODlsatlon All _-____--___________.._______...__ 8 U 32 553 Southern Colon:" -.-.
11.18 Co.__.: 1..1 lsatlon Cb.16,13
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It." AU ____:_.:____ 21 sa U .48 Southern ColonIzatton 2I.fT
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All __________________ ____un____ 1. 3. 34 838 southern COlo':; Southern Colon. i.n All except toys of SW'4___--__-_______ 11 32 32 554 Solsauthernl Co1-

S y ; Zt.48 All __ __ __ ___.u...._..____.......____ 23 32 83 611 Co... 14.67
,, ;. ..All __________-----____- ________ ____ 18 34 34 m Southern Colon:;: ballon Co.38.17 411 ___-___;,_----.--------------__----- 12 32 32 642 Southern Colonrn i :
lasUon Co 2948 All __ _ _ _-y._ 24 32 38 en Southern Colon- I.Rllon Co Un 28..7 -
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A1I.-_____uun___________ 14 34 34 841 Southern Colon-: ; Izatlon Co.___: nn and N% of SE'4-u-u--------- 13 32 32 240 SoutheNVys Colon-

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TI" An ____ununnuu_____ 15 34 34 841 ." Colon- : nunum Co' ___ : 26147 All ___ _______________________ ______ 14 32 32 647 Southern "olon-

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: ___ ________________ ____________ 18 34 84 641 Southern Colon.lutlon : -- - .Rllon Co. .8.47 All except, NE'4 and N% of BE'4u_ _ 15 32 32 401 Cnloa-

2P 48All. All _ __ __ _______________ ________ -- 27 32 33 839 Snulhern ion- lsatlon Co.__ 18.08
} .All .e__..______.._______.._________- 17 34 34 840 Southern Colonlzklton : / leatlon Co. ___ 28.n All ___.__________.u-------------uu- 16 J2 32 637 Southern Colon-

U Co __ 2918 All . _ .. ......_..__.___..__.....__ 28 32 33 638 Southern' Colon- Cn __ 28.47
___.._ -----u---n-n----.n---- 18 34 3680 Southern ColonIzatlon :;: 28.47W' All east of rlver--- 17 32 32 479 Southern ColonzallonCn :

. .. . .. _ !. Co - 3127 __- _____ ____________nhn__. "_ 29 32 33 320 Southern Colon- ( __ _ 21.54
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All u _._ ________"_______ ________ . .. -, / oouinern' colon n." All east or river---------------------- 2" 32 32 320 nonnern Colon- .
4 t isation Co 30.68 All except W% of SE'%, __________ __.__ 30 82 33 553 Southern Colon Izatlon Co._ _ 14.ft .
',4. 1' AU _---L-_ 20 34 34 640 Southern Colon tsatlon Co. __ 2601 All _____ ________ _-_____ __ -______ 21 32 32 11311 Southern ColohIzatlon -

r isation Co _ _ 29 48 N,4. __ _ _ _ __ _____ ._ _ _ 31 32 33 314 Southern ColonIzatton : Co _ 18.47 "
1 An ________-____-__ _______________-- 21 34 84 641 Southern Colon - -- - - ('o. ___ 1418 All ______ ._. __._..___..____....___..___ n 32 32 642 Southern ColonIzntlnn ; : ;
4 isation Cn _ 29.48 All except W'4 or NW" and E% of E'1 32 32 33 400 Southern Colon- Ca__ __ n.n '
t All ____nn.u_______-----T-----n U 34 34 639 Southern Colonization lstlon _- 18.08 N'" nod SW'4________________._--_---- 23 12 32 4:11: Southern Colon-

-4 Co 2R 40 Eli of E r4:---__-_-- __________________ 32 32 33 180 seb fc'n-:; Izntlnn Co.21.6) .j-
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Co 29 48 All _: _u_________________-_--___- .____ 33 S2 33 640 Southern Colon. Isntlnn Cn __ 28.41 "
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J Co 29.48 AU _a________________________________ 34 S2 33 1140 Southern 4 o1onfzatlon : Iz.lion Co.B ..u_ l -f
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j.,. I isation Co.. __. 20 48 All ___ _______________________________ 35 32 33 840 Southern ColonIzatlon : All _____ ________________ ___unu 26 32 32 640 oulh..rn ('olonIZIIIIon "
f All _____'___mmunmmu U 34 34 840 Southern 'Colon.. Co.. ___ 28.7 <'0 _ __ 8..7.. 1:

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A ul __________________u______________ 27 34 34 839 Southern Colonization -- Izatloo Co. .__ 28.47 tnllon Co___ 28..7

1 o CO.un 29.48 All ____ _________._____________________ I 33 U. 645 Southern ColonLatlon : \V'n of :olE % AndNW and BE"nn 28 32 32 400 Southern ('olon. A. r y
An _______ _____ ____ ____________ 2R 34 34 631 Southern Colonization Co. __ 29 48 CO.. __ 18.0.
t' ("n._ _ 2948 All __ _ ____ ________________ : 2 33 33 833 Southern Coloq: All east of river of NE"of NE'4nu_ .9 32 32 40 Routhern ColonIzRlion E
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I Co.2918 All ___________________________________ 3 sa 83 637 Southern ('olonJ E 'S and RW'4 east of rfver________. _ 33 32 32 479 South..rn 'olon-
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All ________nnnu.u______ 81 34 34 11411 Southern >Colon- uuun IZRllon Co' 25.89 Inllon Co.____ 28..' '

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An .._______nun_____________ 82 34 34 639 Colonization un Co.____ 2918 ('0.--- 33.47

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Co._ __ 29 48 All _______ _________ 9 83 33 .40 Southern C010nIZRllon All _-- _________ ______ .'__:......: .: ____ 8 33 32 613 Southern Colon-
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1 Co.____ 29 48 n _______________________ 10 38 33 .40 Southern U\u
3, .All __----------------1 I' 34 1139 Southern' Colonization IzaUon Co.____ 2'.48 Izatlon Co.__.. .1.8.

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___ _______ ______ _
cAll ___ __ nu _____ 2 124 640 Southern Colon- I.Rllon ("0.____ 29.48 ' 7.41
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.Iaatlon Co.___ ..... Lot 1t. block ____________ I aonO. Mrs. F.-., 1.1' I IPi4--1 ;7"bi;: o i, Vlcke. 9 .1
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Lot I __________________.:. 10 Unknown _____ 1.1' D....... ..... 0.'. ..b.dly. ... 4
Xi11 ef NWK of NWK__.___________= 11 .t 11 JO 8em11\01. Land.&. R.. I. Lot 1 ---------_---------- - 25 32 5 Unknown. Lit
ti 8E 4. III. CO __,___ 1." tAt 12 black 1____________________ 10 dN.al Wm.____ toffLota Lot 1 -------------------..--.---: II 1"1 Unknown _____
;. NK or BWK, of B'W'1 1 of % and BE% 14 and I', block 1____________..__ a6 Ru..ell R. R._ '.BO Lot / _-------1 --------------- .. .. 8 Unknown ._ ./i
'ot 8W% or SID%.____"____ _____ a o It 11 U Potter. Hre. 0. R. 1." lots 10. U. I'. block 3--------____ 1 RII..1L R'R___ I." Lot 10 ;;-____ _.__---_________. ____ I. 1"1 8 Unknown ._..__. .is
814 of $EV4 and W"" _________:.._____: 1 If 11 .00 Bouth..." Colony Lot 1. block -:----------?-- __ 10 Bnow. W. 1...___ 1.15 Lot tt --. --------------?---- 21 "/ $1 6 Unknown .._'...
y Isdlon Co.__.. 11.11I Lot. 4 and block t__ _____--5-________ 10 Ruue14R R.___ 1.44 Lot *. -- --- ------- -------. 1'' fS $1 8 Unknown _____. illUI
AU out of rtve ___________________ ___ 11 If II 'I Boulhern Colon- Lola 10. 'i.. blOck .__.____.______ 10 R.IL R. R.___ .... Lot 16 -------------: :---------_- 8 Unknown ..._. /
IUon Co.____ 1.0' Lot 1. block' 8_________?____________ 10 Ru..elL R.___ 1." Lot II --- --------------_.__-------. .i.. t: 11 'U..kno.1 .It
( All ___________________________________ U If 11 140 Moody '& Shlpper ".11 tt e. block 8_________________________ 10 Strone. 8.R H.____ 1.11 i Lot 71 .- .__.___._.......__.... P.I H ,1.
All ....t of rlv.r___.___________________ 11 .4 II .14 Southern Colon- :: and 1. block 11_________________ 11 HoAdoo B. A__ 11.10Iw4 Lot 71 :::::: :: ._-....._-...-.-.._.-. t* 6 Unknown .. $1 4
laatlon Co.____ ..... I. blook 11_________________.____ 10 Ru..all R. R._._ 1.1' Lots 74. ,81a nd*0_________________. ._ t* : : 6 Kaufman. A, / ; f
All .a.t of ______ _______________ I' .4 11 1'10 Southern Colo- Lot. t. a. 4. block 11_.:.________________ 10 Smith r. A.-___ 4.4'1 Seminole. Land .4k Inv Co'. .. of : s
laatlon Co.____ SC.tt Lot block 14________________________ 1. R..nar. IC.______ 1.1' all except SH of 8W SEH______ !*
. AU ___________________________________ I. .4 .1 140 Moody Skipper. 1'.1' Lot.Ij X6.,26 11. block 14_________ ____ 10 8mtth. r. .____ 4.4'1 Lots 10. 5!. 71. 100, 111. 11*___________. tO It 1 10 .
All _________u________________________ I' '14 "$1 840 Southern Colon- Lot. 1 to d Inela.l..e and 11 block? 1'__ II 11'1. DraIned Land hrlDoleLn4. r;
.... Co.u_________ 14.41 Lots 8 and .__ 10 tl 10
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All ______nnn___________________ 18 34 II UO Moody & Skipper ".11 Lol. 10 and U. block 1--------------- 10 Rus.ell R. R.___ .:4. Lot 10 ---- -------- ---. -----_:--_ a I 1 Vda.n#. J C .// ,
All stet of _________ "_.__________ .5 .4 II 80 Southern' Colon Lot. I. 4. 7. a. 1. block 11______________ 10 Ru..Il.. R. R.4.10 Lot 14 uoo ____________:_..,_:________ 1 Rowland )(. ILL- .18
i Lot 4. bwck I Todd. H.________ tall Lot 12 JO 14 11 8 William y
Isatlon Co.____ 1.24 ----- ---------------------- r. P.__ .84
All ____________________.______________ 18 It 11 140 Moody & Skipper 21.11: Lot. 1. !. I. 11-------------------------_______________ 0 X.te, 0 H._____ 1.10 Lot 2* -.---_--...___.________._...... 1"1 8 Boyoa, J. .
All out of rlv..r____________________ 1 .11 .1 80 Southern Colon- Lot. 6. 6. 7. 8. block 11________________ 40 Ru..elt: R. R.___ '.U I Lot 17 ___ ___ __________._______ JJ 1..1 8 Bhuman. O.1a_ iiif
fsatlon Co.-. 4..14 Lot 8. block 1'1________________________ 10 Savoy. E.h LOB I II - --:-------------------- JO 1..1 I Unknown.. .__
EK of 8E% of SEK of 8W%__________ IS :11II: SO I''Donegan. A. f.- Lot 21. block 10_______________________ 10 8e"ton. S. E..__ 1.11 Lot 66 -------1----------------------- JJ 1"1 I M.ana. HC.-._ .1' '
._____ 1.01' Lot. 8.to 11 Inclu.lre. block 82$0 Smith F. A.u __ 11.41 Lot 40 -____ ____________________ JOItots 1"1 MoCl.m .. .
B W f BE% SE%. run 8 FI_ r..t hilt 8.1_ Cw'a ........... Nw I 64 and 7i-_____--_______________ JO a"1 10 Thomaa. 0::. ..
$ e\10 ft., 'E.oioo ft.. N: 2010 tet.. W. 420k Lot. 10 and 11 block 1________________ 10 Bullock S. H.. Lot 7* ---..._.__.___..._._______.. 1"1 Marian ___ i u
r feet _____--______ _____ _-- ____ .1 1"0 I Davl.. Win.1.51 tru.tee ______ I."$ Lot 100 _____.__. _______J JO 14 11 B Oalnes. Wm. .,
'3' If....- 4d. I &ore. of B"Ir. 4.10 Ch, W. of S. E. Lot. 8. '1..8. block 1___________________ 10 DeVault. :J. 1.___ .... Lot 117 ? 7.---. JO J'.l 6 _-___ '
". -. Cor. of NW14. of 8W.L. run W. 11lK.. 1I..t! ben C.l..ly41.. C.... Plat ..2w- Lot 11* i :::: S35::::::::: 1:: :::1:: 10 I 1 6 a si"Id.LII.____ ..1

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I yard.. to Beg----------------------- I 18 80 2 Grimm J. A..___ 4.0' Wr lot I.' __:________________________ I al I. 10 Southern Colon all .except NH of NWH. of NBH.____ tl It II
Ie. NEVI of 8E%. and Belr. S. W. laaUon Co.____ 1.10 Lot IS ___ 11Lots 6 Johnson
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(, Cor of NVyy,. of NE,*. run N. '.1'1 Lot 10 ________ ________________________ 'I III at 10 Southern Colon 1* c-10:::::::::::: :::::: ::::: 10 Fry, O. ..... ..I
Cb&, E. 1.1'1 Ch... S. 217 Cha.. W. 1.1'1 laaUon Co..___ 1.6 Lot l' u_ __.____________.__...... I 1* I 6 Unknown .._..
Ch,; also 1.... B..g. 550 ft. E. of N. W. Lot 6 an4 EK.. lot '1,._-. ________________ 2 II 14 10 Southern Colon- I Lot it ----ii------------------------- 1* 5'Unknown .. .:
tr i Co. of .ald 40. run 8. no fl.. W. 2100 laatlon < Lot 41 ______n____________________ } II 8 Whitney cA.. .
;,;' t';,' ft., N. 110 ft., .E. 110 ft.-y._ J8 18 'a0 1'18 Wllco". W. H.__ 10.61 l..ot 18 ___h__________________________ 15 15 14 10 Unknown : : : : : Jg Lot 44 -- ::---------- ----:------.C-: *1 I* tl B Carter. /. D. __ v
't' NW' of NWK and NK of BWK------. 5 25 29 no Donegan A. E.. Lot 10 __ ____;_____________________ I' al.4 ao iouth..rn! Colon- Lot 86 ----n---------------------.l 11 ': nii 6 Thompson. J. .1'tl J
Agt. __ 7." lotion Co.1.6$ Lot 114 _.- 6 Smoke. 8. ___t. .11.
1j, I, sw84. of 8WK I.... Bea 8. W. Cor.. run -- -- -- Lot U ---. --- __________________________ 4 .4 IS 20 Southern ColonCo. : Seminole, Land --i :'i.I'"f 4. t
., .. ,'f, N: 140 yd... E. 110 )'d... S. 140 yd.,. laaUon .__ __ t.1IS all _hoo __________-____________ I I
W. UO yda------------------------_ 'I 15 29 14 Rolfe.. O. A.____ I.U Lot 1 lot 17. _- ----__---_________________ i a4.1 10 Unknown _00 ___ .91) Lot II ___u__ _____________________- 6 Semlnole Land.4t .
r' J. J. K_.'. II.-D.. .r Part .r 10 15 III ; noonu 1 a4 aa 10 Unknown 1.36 In... Co._....
; '' Lot. U and V_________________________ 10 Holt M. ____ 1.1' WK lot _____ _::...:::.:-----:._;;:: 8 all a. 10 Southern Colon- Lot 42 ______ __--__ _____*.J.-j. ._____ 8 Brook T..._. .. 1.11.It
ll' % of SW'% of NWy* ______-----_ 11 25 It ao Don..gan.--A. E.-_-_ 1.0. 'Isatlon Co.___ 1." tx ts 77 and 8n___________________ nUl 10 Tonne. C. *..
t :' Belf. S. W.Cor. of 8W% of SW.... run' Lot 24 ____:__________________________ U II 30 Southern Colonisation : Lots 110 and __________ __________ 1 Kirk. T. .,____: LIIy.
no ft.. S. HO f..et.. ___ Lot. 122 .
H8 ft.. E. Co. 1.85 -------------- ---- -- 1 Crurom. J. H.8 ..
-----_-tiwi411 15 29 10 Sllaa L_ _ __,_ 1./1 w.... lot 2_ ___________________________ 10 34 IS 10 Southern Colon: Seminole, Land ft Inv C .'. -.tV-of -
Be:8: t.ft. iC i-8.-w. Cor. Isatlon Co.___ all Frac. except EU: of of

'I iiI 8W,*. run N. HO ft.. E. 9110 ft. B. NV lot 17__ __________________________ 10 U IS 10 Southern ColonIsation : 1.10. canal and SH of SEH, ___________ I I ai
r 440 tt".W, no ft--------------- 11 15 29 10 SUaaAlex____ _. 239EK 9' Co,1.20 Lot tr ---n_----.-P---------------.- I 11 Bemlnole Land.A
4 : of filw K. of NB'h. and NW K. of BEV4 E'L I lot I ____________ 10 34 32 10 A. S..__ .90 InrCo. _____
of NEK: and H14 of 8EK of NES4 Loot 10 ___unnnn_____---_---:-_ 11 a4 33 20 Southern Colon- Lot II __uhun__ __ ______.. 8 31 I L H.?___.__ 4 '(
6 and N..#. of SE'* and 8W'4 of 8E* __ 12 16 29 no Hunter. H. A.___ 111.15 Isatlon Co.__ 1.85 Lot 64 nn______________________ { 1..1 8 Hall W. A. ..
NWK of.NW%. of SW'oo---------- 14 26 21 10 Don"l&n. A. En 1.11 Lot 10 ___ ____ ______________ 11 34 U 30 Southern Colon;-- Lot 56 _______________- I I 1\ 1 S'T'WJ8--_ _...
.__, NE'4-Qf NW' of 8W-----u--. 14'' 15 It )0 Whlttbard. 8. M. 1.11 Isatlon Lots 44 .ad ii.-----"_ -_iLota _______= I 10 Rose .R. ._ 1. .
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of SEV4 of NW\4 of 14 15 19 10 Harmon. U. Th_ J.U Lott71B -- -- -.--------___________ ____ 14 34 13 ''ao Unknown' __ 1.1i Seminole Land .. of ,
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% Gilcrea.e. Smith and Donegan Isatlon Co.___ 1.86 Lumber Co_______________. 4 '7 tl
.on also leu plats of Ollchrlat and R. R. Lot 18 -: _____--__--__--_--_--.--___-- 11 34 U 30 Southern Colon: i Lot II' -L-------------------------------------7--- 4 1'1'1 Semlnole i

of wa) __________ ---h---n- 16 It 5 29 40 Miller J. Wh __ II.H Isatlon Co.__ 1.65 Inv. Co Laud..
rlgbt of BWS4. of NEIG--------- IR 21U III Kimball A. S ..n1 Lot II - h..n___________._______ 18 34 U 20 HllgefordJ. P. == 136 Lot 31 _nnuunu___________ 4 17 1 6 Josnoswkl. H. M. 1.0a d
\\1 S'NWif of 8EK of BW'' of NESL------ - 18 25 29 6 Unknown __ _n_ .71 Lot 18 _ ___ __________________________ 18 34 83 20 Unknown l.a5 Lot 40 ___ _______________________ 4 17 5 Unknown ...... ..'
% S. E' Cor of tot 4. Bee 18-26-28. E4 lot 36 _ _ _--_--_____----______.__ II 3. 33 10 Southern Colon-uu 'Lot 43. ----- _. _._______.,__- ._ 4 a7.1 'Fa H. B..____ 1' t.
B..g.run v'. 48 )'d., to P. road then N laatlon Co.___ 1107W ;Lot 41 -___-______--_______-__________ t a27 11 6 Unknown ..__ Tt
sold road 7 I Ch. N. 75 d"l. It .1 uoon.u______ II 34 sa 10 McReynolds. J. W. .90 Lot 92 __--_-- --_ _--______ -_ __ 11 I _....? f
along 8.8 Cr... a. 16 delr.. ao mln.. E. a 9 Lot 15 ___ ___._____________________ U 34 U III Knight H. 'V __ I." Lot 3 ----- 4 1 11 I Dp 0. H.___ .71 A
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Ch.road 7-15 Ch. to l8eW. Cor. of !''IW'4 WK lot 1. __ _________________________ II 34 18 20 Southern Colon- all .-
.. a..c. 18-16-29. then S. 1.1Chaa Latlon 1,10 slmmeeLumber Co_______.._.______ I 17 11
of BW\4.. to B.u___________--_- 18 25 29 6 Bogart A.h 1119 R'4 lot 11 ____-----________--________ Z3 114 81 10 l\1 cheon.:-C. w. .90: Lots 2 and 11_____ ____ .. ______ 5 1 I 10 B.. ker. L.._
W. Cor. of NW'4 Of; RE,* run Lot. 18 and 19__. ---------____________ %8 ::14 81 40 outhum. ColonCo Lot 46 ___un_____________________ 5 B.,__ ..11.Tt
Beg N. 160 y.... S. 176 ya.,. E. Lot 63 ____ ___________________________ 4 '7'1 'Sb..r. J. __ ,7f
t- S: .0 yd.E.360 yd.. W aoo yd.u_ 18 26 19 10 Unknown _ __ 1.8. Lot U __'__________nu_____________ Z3 34 38"i- 'Joltn.on = n: Lot 66 ___ _________ _-__n__________ 4 17.1 5 Davidson L.W.,7f
140 yda.LN.of 8EK-- _ __ _ ___ _ 18 25 Z9 20 Earl. A. C.__0.____ 4.47 I.otll 25 and ___________________,,____ II 34 81 40 a.------ .15 Lot. 71 and 74___"___________ __________ 6 17.1 10 Addles B. ___.P_ .
l'' $14.SE",of of 9W"BE'4 _____- __ ___--_ -________ 18 U U .0 Steph..n., F. M._ 16. Lot U ------ --_______________--_______ 24 34 38 10 Southern Elden ColonS Lot 81 un________ ___________.____ I 17 I 'Hanen. :J. ...._. ...Tt.Tt*.
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.': j i 'l'E'NWVi>'o of of E54.. ofNE'4 ofoIE'4 -- --- - 30 Z6 19 10 S""er.trom." R.n E.19 lot 1___ __________________________ 28 34 38 10 Southern'I.atlon Colon-" Lot 101 -.._--n-------n------ 5 I 17 II I Hantsch. H. A.B._:. ..1'
30 25 29 40 Unknown __ 4,1. 1 20 Lot 107Hemlnole -------------- -- 1 1 Miner. R. ;: MI
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,:, Park Gardena. and 88. Tp 26. H"" 29. and E S4 lot 23oo.n_______________________ 28 34 33 10 Unknown ___ f..30N all except timber lea. to -
of 8ec. al 28 J114 a8 Wataun E. J
29. Lot 6 slmmee Lumber Co________________ 17 11
parts of 8..8. 4 and 6.of T IE'4 of RI SE* 32 25 29 60 :Tucker W. ROo 1009 K of lot 24 uun_________------_-------- 28 J114 aa U' i0 Johnson 0 R.n___ 1.15 Lots and 11________________________ 4 17 II 10 f .
j. and WK II 34 AII"n. J. M.. ,AO > _.. .
of SE\4 1 R.nold. *
BWK Lqt __________ ____ ________ 6 17
... i. SEK. of 8Wy4 __- --_ ______--______- 32 26 U 40 Tucker & Oal.y 6.88 4. oon u 34 34 a3 20 80uth..rn" Colon Lot II"II"I7I7IIIIII7II7Z77II7III7 6 I I ....'._ ..Tt.Tt.
1, ,'" Lot. t I 14. 16:19------------------__, 33 U U 110 Nelaon. 1. 1}.___ 8.48L Lot 3 Isatlon Co-- 1 66 Lot 42 6 17 17 I Wolf, C'_.___ I r

; '. Lot 7'a'd; fractional 8F.4 of S\\4 0 Lot >9> .n--------------n---m-----________ 34 .4 U 111 Hunter. H. :A.1 26 Lot 60 .nn--n----------------__ ._ ______ ______ 8.1 11 I Hamilton. J. ___ .'I
____ ____ Lot 71 11 I
NW", _ __ _ _ 33 33 Z6 25 U 29 15 III Wilder Sl1Yd..r. A. 1f.__ 3,1'1 Lot 23---------------------------------------- hnn-u 20 Wi.... J. .1-f. ___ 136 ..I.ota 72 and Tf-t __ ________________: 1 17 11 10 Sumee.Unknown L. __.... A

I. Lot 11 =_ n.n.n_ _ ____-_-_-__- _--__-_--_ -__- -_- 33 Sb U 10 E O.206_ 20 Southern Colon- ""Lt $8 _ __ ___ ___ ___________ 4 n.l 'W..d.n. M.--. .f1
.J.F < Lot 10 === ___ __ -_ -_ _____- ____.__ 4 ZtI U 80 N..I.on. 1. H._ 1.1' Lot 9 -_---__ ______--__ ___"________ 1 Isatlon.1L= : : 1 66T" 108 ___ ______ _ _____ ____ 6' 17.1 6 Fullen.. .E. .' .''1
U -- -- MCFLrIIn T. H._ 1.11 I 35 aa 211 I 8. 116 ... .11
42. 41ca.
Late -_ 6 Lotll 20 and 11________________________ Lot 114 ::: 6 -
'"Lot 87 ----_ --- --- --- --- ZtI 29 III N..I.on Realty Co. 1.79 Lot Z9 ____ _____________ 2 .5 II 40 Unknown UUh 125 i4eminol "'"-- ----------Co.-'. : 1 'Wrlebl :J. E ,1
AK of -tZ and S K of aE\4 of SW.--- 5 ZtI U fI Wallace.. J fI.___ 1862 N K of lot 81-:__________-u-----------____________ I 15 a8 III Thomp.n. S. O. 135 I all Frart.n."cep. ub7cilv"

.... Lot 1 and NE'4 .f _NW--------------_ _______________ __ 31 8 ZtI 29 80 86 Wallac.. J. S._. __ 380Et4 Lot U _--_______________--___________ I B5 U 10 Ierek.. (. _____ ,10 to .. Urb..i Co__________ J 17
20,29 Copley, E. J. ___ 8.88 40 Southern Colors 1
BI 83
", of SW\4 uh I ___ _ __________________
__ ______ ______ ___ 2 U Z8 40 Lots 69 and 74 T 1 10 Seminole
-- 8mlth J. Ru __ ._ US'
3068EK Isatlon Co.
of NE\4 --
BWK -- Lot 18 _____________ ______ Lnd.
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of 8\V% ____ __ -- - - 2 26 28 49( 'V..lrh. c. H.---- 1.08 6 86 U 20 Southern ('olonEVi ._ 0 .___ 1...
_ ________ _ 11
. "I EK S of 180 NE y.* ...Lena W. B.440..",.)'d.N. ..E.N.Cor.70 .'d.run.. lot 29__________unn_________ 5 36 sa 10 Southern Latlon Co Colon,___: 1.86 Lot U 26 r- __ nnn________-_______:::-_-_ 'I I !1 1 T I .6 MorA1.g.. Cay 8_ ,71..fl :J

&: W. 110 )'d... Lot 42 --+---------------------- I Fulton. S
.J E. .. N. 6116 yd. laatlon Co.___ 1 t. __ "
no yd.
.t .;t. N. no yd... E. no yda_______n_____ 5 U 18 U Cart..r.D..an lot. 1.6 _---------------:.-------------- 8 15 81 10 Southern Colon: UO. Lot ---=:.::::___ 1 T 17 'Unkno"n __o.__._ .7
J .
t . Realty Co.____ 4.33TJndlr. Lot 3a' I.atlon Ca--_: 1..5 t{ ---.ii"------7---. Co7's VbVdiVrofall 1. I. 10 Hopkins. ,.jy. o I** *,
W" of NEK and ------------------ ,------------ Se
I ;'i'J y Int. In S Lot 1 IS 8. 20'o! 1.1' .
timber leas onNH ,
--------"-"-"----"- "---- -A.0. Fr.clt.exesOt .
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II .
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, -Llot.l atao ltln a.. lase 5 acres owns' .. lo ''" .r.v.... ....--_...---..----. : U If 10 Chevon.' T.----- :.50 Cot 41'c.-.....-. I BeminolsLpd4Lot
...d' lot _ 9 . : .:: . 19 Rond. A. A------ .10 1 Inv .
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41 ,.: ;-by-W. Lot ..- II" B5 10 Unknown 1.1'- .____ ....___......_:. : _: i tl I' rWAIDDI.- -" tf ".
orT FttjSMSgSBQ -----, ------------------------- ColonLot 1:. .. .
s. W. : : 11 .1. as 10 Southern 1 i ;
+ Lot ______...._____ -.-,.--------- 17 tl17 : _. .
') KnV.ndrVony8d..B.aSar.\ N. E. -- .0 ____hn-___________________ Itlon Co.1.66 Lot 51 -- _____. ______________ I II 'Unknown. _.. .73 r'
TI
4' III 85. a8 10 Southern Colon- : ___ I -- -
p "frac'k; ; -of F'lalfrH 12 26 28. 60 Rolf,,: O. A. h 4.26 N'4 lot 32__ ____ ______________________ 1."Uon Co 00 __ I.' Semlnole "Lan"d""inv""Cos"8uV-"dTv. of 1 11 Unknown .....- .::7.$ '.

B..i.O5( ft""W"oVcenteF'of of N\V of Lot 8 .__ ___ ___ _____,_______________. 18 81 U 10 Flddl..r. C. 1.__ .11 all except timber lease to the JCIsslmmce ,
R)'. naw on N line 197 fl.. I'.. to Lot 26 and \\,% lot : 35 33 211 Unknown 0. __ 1.15 Lumber Co_________________ 9 1 11
135 ft.. S orthw..e.rh'alonlC 26------------------2 al 32 30 Southern Colon Lot 4 __ _______ ___"...__. .... 8 1" Ke-rft. B R
rllhl' of way VVw. ID Beg ___! 1.1 25 Lot 32 -- 00 u ---_ ______________--___ laaUon (bolo.1.10 Lots 46 and 6Ln_ _ __ __ _______ 9 1 10 Tllton. B. .Tt
,' said. right" 23 1 Wilson. Me*. Ola ]II 1 9EE 2/1 Southern' Colon- Lot ._ __ ____________________ 9 1 R---- '

lot deeded to Henry V ___ 302Vlh"n. ... SK:: lot 24 hU .__------__________--__ 1".Uon. CO.noo_ I 85 tent 116 _hn_ "" "___ ___ 1 1 1 'Bowr''B .72 iTt f
BeaH" B ("or of nDrlhw"MI..rl on right" Lot 11 Uhuuun_______________ 14 U 3Z III McReynolds. E. It ,911 Seminole Land Inv. "Co"Sub"dlv.I of -- -- t
\ run U III F.boulh.: J H_ 1 U timber lease to the KIs-I '
A. 106 fl. ho----------------------------------- t2/ 132 WH except
ft.
160
of way. 105 ft., W. 86 211 Southern I"olonhaUon Lumber Co-----------------. 10 11

F.' 161) ft-----------------------;: 13 24 28 H$ Kluellon. ]Mm. Ida .1yds. AABrR 1.0t 24 -- -- __.. .:.... ________n___ __ COhU 1 68 Lot.Im"w.7 . __ __- ______ _____ 10 1 1 I S Gibson D. J )
68 220 yd. 11. 44. 1.012 __ _ _ ___ ____ ________ _______r___ 24 35 32 10 Unknown nn 1 86Y6 Lot 44 _ _" - -_ --_. ___--_--.__ 10 I 'Norrl..C.t---: :?.
northw..Mt..rl
run 85 32 III Southern Colon- 10
6 H. 220 Ids E". 492 yde---------_ . 13. 26 28 20 Howard. H H __ 126- N'4 lot 17_ taaUon 1"0. I 85 3emtn" v--Co-s.-R -bdl-of 1 :,:: :.71
N'H of NKH n- --_- -24 26 28 20 Unknow ---G;.-- iT-----------n--: 25 35 3" 10 B..rnard. P.__ .80 NH I-Jan.-i RF and SEH of 7
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of.NE"v 25 28 20 _
.; S'>'o of SW'V. n -of- NKH"ft Jlranner. 1250( Lot 9. block 3------------___ __ '$12 and NEH ve------------ 9 30

'C4 I a B"K. 8114 fI 462 fl. cor K- 418 N Lot 19. _irlnek 10. ___ _ ___ ______ ___ ___ r.ura.. fI !If n 11 I Lots 3"and 14 .___.fr"_ ____ .__ .__ ______ 9 I I 10 10 Stowell. F. 8 1.7*
.' of 1IF.4. run S line thenc.N TOyds. Lot 2. block 11-- __ __ 9undqul..1.l F. ..61H.terl.ad. Lot J3 - _- .__ ._ __ __ n__ 9. a 10 6 Manning; MM.- 1.11 '
E 262 fl.oJ.. to range Hlgendorf. A C .81 __ ._ 9 10 Barrows ,
16! 5
Lot .
," then W. to B..htn.n----, \\. 3181hH. 24 25 28 8 InK ram. L H --_ .] 3.1UI'r Lot 3. block 4 ___________________ _:___ Lot A -- -- ._ _-- __-- _--00---------_--_ -__ --_ 9 a Z a B Olniran. 'J E'a. ....... I 1'10 11

BilK N Kl"or.oflo\4.norlh..a.l..rl run .IonIC Lot 9. block / __ ____ _ ______ .__ _ ___ _ Hayward F r. ,81 Lot _ ._ ._ __ .____ ______ 9 Z 6 Unknown l.li
S 764 I"ha. then 1'h., Ii 621 C'rll 0-. Outhrle. I. A . .81 Lot Ill ..._ .-..----00--------- 9 30 B Wa""manMI'll
right" of way 36AV4 9_____ ___________________ __ 20 6 r'Bemlnole
_ _ _ _ 36 25 28 1 Unknown 1.,1 10. block Lot 127 bd.9.2 Unknown _. Lit
_ ---P------ 1 76 Johnllon.O Roo ct
to Bp"" n of A..c.. run --- Lot 1. block _____ __ _______________ "Lan"d" i"lnv"Co"s 8u O
_ Bel 10'4 Chao W'. of center Ch.. R 20 "hM... Lot 16. block E6_____ _______ _ ______ R..dovood. J. I n .81 SH of NE'( and SEH ______________ 10.1 10 fS -
N. 20 Ch.. 2'4 Filkkema J. F._ .ct '
j. 1 Lot 18. block % Lot 94 -- --- -- 10 J. H.Lit
26 28 6 Mayer R F 6--------'u--1---------- -"" --"- t
--4L. E. for Cha--------------------of NW -- 1 32 Lot 11. block 28____ ___.______________ Fl1kk..ma. A -III. ,81 Seminole I Land tnv Cos Ubdl of Holm..I.
-.l; NEt4 except EK of EK %'1.n John.on. C !If u .6I NH8mlbole"Lan"d""A"inv .. __ ____ I 11 I tO 7
block NH or
__ _ _ _ - - 2 !6 28 160 Smith. C. P) 7.46 Lots II and 24. all 'xc..pl 2
II'q P .76NEK
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: NF.\4 30
Co. Sub-dlv - - 5
00- of N1C44 and NlV4 .f'I Seminole: Land" Inv. .f. 106------------------ 1 f Unknown k'
SW ,* of NFy Df and of Co's of 1.1'
1 of F1W"V4 and N\\ 4(4 and EK BE\4 I
I N W',4 and NW% of ofNW'4 NH of NW44------------ 12 24 10
;. right of NEK of NW'4 and BK except
.t l! ,\ 1'. of S 44 and 1I\oo L of I't Rt4 R 1t'.M af\d acetlon of B' of NW and NEi of /. al 108 and 109--__ ___ ______ 1 Z 30 10 Seminole. Lnd..A
". :/) -' way of A. C rnllwa 2 26 28 286V.rlnK; Ed- S'V* and t'f1VK of NWK ..g. Inv. _...... 1.0. t r
X houen lot of Bald - wards ___ 1801 N. W. Cor.. run 8. 978 ft., E. 606 ft.. Lot AI - ._n..n_ _____ 1 16 10 6 Rldeout. 8. 1.11

'I* .of NPv4.- . 2 28 28 10 C1alut. L__ _nn___'_ .98 N. 879 ft. v'. 600 fl____ ___ ____ _____ Lot I 11 __ .____n __ _n__ --- --- Z 3O I Moreland. l.lt I \
..', !, E'% of or E"0 NEK-------------------f NW % - - 8 2. Z8 46 Burn.. David ___ 6.81 Lot 88 _ __ __ ____ __ __ __ ______ ___ __ 6 6 211 26 31 31 6 Seminole Land & lot. ._ ___ -_____ ___ _--of_ 12 2 30t6 6 Unknown 'D--Ai Lit 4.n
t It NE'4 Land Inv. Co's .\
: .. E'% of NF.-------------------------- 7 26 28 80 Burn.. David 0. 9.09Beg. Lot 84 __ ___ ____ __ _____ Inv Co uu_ 1.12lot. R..mlnol....._ __ ___-Mul-II.-_________ 1 10 r
: N W ('or. of liE' of l'lIoJ..4. run W. 6 2fI 31 5 Watt.. () S _ _'- 1.11 al -iILu- ___ .___ _______ 1 10 10 .8..mlnoleLaad..A -
*1. 50. 13------------------------ / 1
'b.} i 140 yd... _E._ _2P4 Yd._ ._ _N___140__ yda_______ 18 26 28 8 Pope J A.- 16. Lot. 61 and 02_ _______________________ 5 6 JfI U 31 81 16 10 Hayes. R J P _____ S746 3.9. I. Inv. Co___._. tall \1
': 294 ydes _ __ __ _ __ _ _ 211 26 Z8 40 Burn'lI. I>aId ::: 1.58 and 125-----------------------. Grimm. A Lo't II ._.uu_,------------u--* I Z 30 6 Klines. J. H.____
.5 U 31 10 __ .1':
klnlJI: Wauman. M. E. 1,79BK __ .
,; 1'; RRry 26 17 40 Turner. 1:1. W.___ 2.06 Land & fag. Co.: Sub-div. of Lot J. _ ____- -_ -_- _--_ -- 30 6 Penn.r C. _. I
) a BElo NWV4 -------------------------6 17 40 : 10. of NE* and SWK of NEK and Lot 103 _ ___ __ ;_____ ______________ 1 I tO S Beaeh H. _.. :.1I iSeminole !

,j I "f of a\v'4n-----------%. _: _ __ ____ __ __ 26 15 Z7 46 Tu now8. \V"::: 2'8. BEK of NWK and_ BK of SW\4 ofNW,4 Lot 117 "Land""I_ V""Co"i"Su'b-'dTv""of' I 10 6 Hanson J. _- ./f ., .

r. :,.. ('..._11 -'I l-ya MorlCan' fluddlv. Lot 16 __and_ Sl4___-_-_-__-_-_--n'I_____________ III 31 __._ ___ .___ ____ ___-__ 14 24 10 I
1 Lot A. block 8. M H. I 26 28 I A. J. a.u L.I. 68 and 77___ ___ _______ ____ __ __ __ 'I 2fI 31 5 Mach. M. H----- 1.12 1.01.4.13. I. U. 54. 12 _ ._ h_ -- 14 24 10 10 8.mlaleLaD" y
-- -- Strlck.land. 'I I' _
1 oflot 1.------ :--- - -- Lot '70. _____ _____---- ____ _--___ _____ 81 10 P'lo'd. T. C. __ .I.n . 816
:" R.uyrede. _ _ _ Oslae; J. A.n___ .76 Lot 76 -__- ____ u ___00 __n_______ .__ _ 7 E6 81 5' Woodbeck. J. D. 1.11 Lot 10 -.--- 14 24 10 6 Dennis, L cJ ./f ..'d
: Lot 18. Rlk. 42--------------- O.la.. . A.--- ..75i Lot 96 _ __ ____ __________ _______ ______ 'I 1 26 ZtI 31 81 II 6 Swarts. P.-_ --_-- 1.11 Lot _-.- 1 24 10 B Farr. E .. .
Loll.. Rlk. 46----------------------___ _ __ ____ Wlnt I. J __ 'II Lot 104 R..nkl. John h 1.11 Lot 101 --------H U'I B Lohey P.. .-----.I ..
4f 'I It II 6 _
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: Lot Lot 1.: 111k. 61-- __ - - -- -- -- ---- Unknown -:'::::::: :11 Lola 105 and 118_____._ 18 I. 11 10 S..mlnol. Land&' Wentwort"- .

Hlk. 2_ _ _ __ -------00------ Unknown nn .111 Inv Co.______ I.U 16 II 10 ,
Lot U. Lot H __ __ __ _ ___ _____ .ll .- -
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.i if; } .:, Lot Lot 4: 103__ _ _ - _- ___ ---___ Miller. : 0 .11 Lot. 1/ and 1'1---_ __________ __________ 18 I' II 10 El.on C. C un .52 __ ------------- IS II 10II Worr ler'"DiIIII 'll
...., """ I Lot 10.AlAk _- _-_ __. ___- _____ Howl'tt; 'C-Iln- "ut Lot 7Z ___n__ __ 18 III II 'Tilton. I. B.____ ... Lot 30 20 __.__-- __--_-_---_-__- _________ 1 10ll B Krdman. D. A. :

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Lot 11 -: - ---.;; .;; : all except 8E14. of NEKLot -____'-______ Lot _____ .__--- - --------- }5 I 10 5 .A.-... :.

,t 18. 21-------------- 16 IS 31 60 Evans. R L. __ 11.11NK 43 ________ -___________--_____ 11 25 11 Lots 40 and 41------------------------- 1| 10 10 p,ts.e. A. V___ 111
LII t. 8. 14. U. 1/ n Bemlnole Land'& Lot U _ __ n---------n--n-, I I 10 5 'Steen. M. B.._.
1026 II 6
Unknown ____
. of fractional lot 90------- u 1.11 Lot 7 _______ ___________ _____ Inv Cac____ 1.11Lot Sole 06 and SO : 1 1.0 10 Deever; A, A.... 1:Ifv
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Lots 40 and T1 n.ek____._*_ c'el-s___._v4lvtDlock ___ 8 25 11 II Zone J. W - -- 1.46 Lot 31 III _00-----------------------------_ ._____--_--____1-----___ I' 26 II I Unknown ___h_ ..16 Lot /T ______ ______,________ 1 I 1 'Wlbehn. L. ..-- ..t8nmfnole
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\ FL Lot 44 __ ____________________ 1. Iflots .
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' I . Lots 11. 11, U. 14. - - n Lot .8 ____________________________ 11 'Clark. Hr. Ah .n .__oo.u_ 11 II I* .
X w..wr. _. u 1. 1"1 'Wood.. F. M.___ .B6 i.\4 _--_ _____________________ 1 I 10 W. H... ..*
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;' jxjts; ,'B, bLock and 8.18-------block 17----------------_ ___________I Cox. M.... J. M.._ .40 Lot 110 __u__________________________ 1. $6 It 11 6 Hoffman Unknown J.::W.: :=_:_ :.86.81 I' iVole""Land"k. k"in-..-.-Co.-'-.-8uV-4lV.,-of- 1 1"0 i o'i P. B.! .Tt

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Surgeon,, TheChanisof Florida
The'forest .products exposition now
r PhonesOflice,187! being held in New: ''Yorft presents ;, .

kUiimmeeB HISTORICAL SKETCH RECITIN.G THE MANYVCHA>'GES THAT' many models and charts from the for-
248' Florid : : est service which show utilization of
OUR ST TE HAS EXPERIENCED SINCE FIRST DISCOVERED. wood,'particularly the use of by-pro-I FOR ,
+. ducts. ** .' SALE 6 I
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DR) ; J. W. SIMJ',01\ ,; The amount of wood usea Krtd roast' <

' The following article on'FlorIda,i resents almost the beginning of hi. ed is. shown in a aeries of models depicting
DENTIST,. and Twenty-one yearsafter Columbus all stages of the lumber in.dustry .
written by E. W. Barber published I tory. l
Up.tair In.Kate'Building in the Jackson (Mich.) Patriot'as r I made his first voyage to America from the tree standing in the

F. .t .)1 *. .D) *" 12 m. editorial correspondence, is worthy ofreprodlsdtIOtl ion!! March 27, 1513, Ponce de Leon forest to the board and shingles in '
...;>.-' .n--IO"-"O-R:- iTeitphpoC "< ... tho flnl hi yl Smellin TK fl-.t A 1 i ..---
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.'p1r T .\ :{0 tf. 5)10) ..m. : Mr'Barber; "ears< rr e-tl-the"coalSt n.eac>Jh... 1Ku"li"..
Nn 711 Juo 6. I vr part: I Landing, he named the territory"Flbr- of this series shows a number of trees Magnificent l bearing grove Containing twenty-nine! acre, consisting
.... Extending farther south and with a i ida-that was on Easter Sunday-in standing in the forellt.rHRUt: model i
I' these same trees felled and of good Variety of and grapefruit and tangerine These are.
longer coast line than any other state Spanish, Pasqua Florida, the Feast of shows oranges
W. W. CARSON
.DR In'th. Union the temperature of Florida i Flowers. Under four flags, Spanish, forming and pile of logs and a heap of large'tcceiv- ad the crop which: will mature within six months should
is modified by the adjacent salt 1 French English and American, it has tops branches. The succeeding
DENTIS1Office seas The result is an equable climate retained its. appropriate name. In step is a miniature sawmill, beside pay 40 per cent or more of the purchase price. There are also about +
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over Cole's Jewelry Store all.the year 'round. i search for gold and the fountain of and which of are piles of lumber, of slabs i thirty acres more land of an excellent quality, well adapted to farming i
sawdust, all from the \
has made Floridathe th, Ponce de Leon and logs
climate
Its genial perpetual yop r.
Office Hours: 8-12.1-5 winter j garden, of this country. hIs successors explored much of the shown in too previous model. The' I and citrus fruit growing, convenient to railroad facilities, and want to
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Office phone its claims and advantages are territory. next model shows what becomes of give full particulars interested able much
Residence 23 Among the rough boards after they have been to parties who are to pay as : ..N?
It annually 100,000ar- In 1539: Hernando De Soto landed at "
these ships I
of teeth! : through the mill the as $8,000 Cash. Favorable the balance. Best of e
Gas administered for extraction !load of fruit and vegetables to the Tampa having with him a murderous planning ; resultant \ terms on reasons

J< northern markets; it produces 40 per I force of GOO"( soldiers!, 20 officers and material in several piles-one of why this place must I be sold and somebody will buy a real bargain. A
DR. H. S. GEIGER rent of the sea island or long: stale twenty-four ecclesiastics. He treatedthe edging. and trimmings, one of shavings ,I
y and one of the planed boards. I *
Va0.0a ,
HHYBIC1AN AND cotton of the United States; {rom Indians with terrible cruelty, and >l
Cltien Bank Building to 200 bushels of sweet potatoes to the laid the foundation for the ha'tred ever i Last comes a newly-finished dwelling 'I We have many other groves both large and small, besides stock
Kiisimmee, Florida from 100 to 300 bushels of Irish after borne for the Spaniards-by them.I house, around which are the odds and t
acres
i ,, Office 297 64 potatoes; ; from 400 to (500 crates of.. France and Spain fought over the territory ends of the lumber left over' from the I farms, trucking farms, and city property. '
or building. "
Phones: other vegetables; from 500 to 800 for a number of years, but It remained -
Residence, 26C. 14ljnTM. quarts of strawberries; several hundred under the dominion of Spain What Wood is Wasted.. ,

pl r boxes of grapefruit and oranges; for a long time and made no prog- The relative amount of material i I' Correspondence solicited. "
D. from one to three tons of pineapples; ress. used and wasted is indicated roughly 'j
RIVERS, M:
i a total of 10,000,000 bushels of corn a In 1702 the British laid siege to St. In these models, but is shown accord- ;i .

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON year; great yields of sugar cane; large Augustine by land and sea, but failedto ing to actual scale in another part of ,
\\V t; Olfloe over Onceols Pharmacy one-half of the phosphate produced in ( was besieged by the English, charts. In the logging process, j FOR RENT-Five-room cottage and nearly three acres trucking rJ
( Residence ">3 the United States and one-third of the but was' successfully defended. War I 13 per cent. of the standing tree is ]I l
PHONIC : ''OOiN...UW world's product.. continued between England and Spain I left in the stumps and tops, leaving 87 ( and farming ground, about one-half mile from the business part of the \'

Florida ha 8 910, a gain of 42 per cent in ten upon between, these two savage nations various forms. of waste. shown at the i I $
L. WINN yeAr It area is f.rF!.flint .square: mit17.555,000 with the final result that the sawmill constitute about 43 per cent. V
i ; of the original tree, so that the rough
-: acres, ; under cultivation British took possession.' Any rule -was '
PHYSICIAN); of boards constitute the remaining 44 We also have a three-room cottage for rent i in Prospect Addition:
About 2,000,000 acres; density population better than that of Spain. Then began (
+t Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. 13.8 a square miles comparedwith for Florida a period :? per cent. Most of the sawmill waste or will sell for $50 cash. and balance in monthly payments. -..
F ,< KlIWIMMKF.FlOHIB. 405! in Massachusetts, and is seven ity, and many industrious settlers established is Unavoidable, it is asserted, and due )
i Orricx Raerw"caPsoxe: ProNE: II Tr. : times as big terrlto y. Its appropriate -' homes in the colony. to economic 'conditions; the millmen | ,
it flower is the orange blossom ; Shortly after the achievement of in- say they take out all they can af.1 i >
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VAM.ONIW: w e c *wroai.AGNEW. its motto, "In God Is Our Trust." dependence from British misrule by ford to. ,
p A. Leading agricultural product*'-'MV this country Florida was! ceded backto Seasoning reduces this to 42 per I I

'i VANS & CRAWFORD dud cotton, tobacco, pears, peaches Spain, greatly to the detriment of cent. After the planing and other
s pecans in the northern counties; 'vege- the tnglish settlers, and a period of finishing processes the finished lumber NELSON REALTY CO.
nr AT1CR> E\S!:=. AT-LAW tables of all kinds in all parts of the retrogression under Spanish domina- forms only 39 per cent. of the :

state, in the middle region tion ensued. The English authorities threes The waste involved in building I I :
om..'. .M '-( Cltlitu.! Melt nulMlngkiesimme : ; grapefruit, oranges and other I, hated Americans intensity, and this the house amounts to 4 per cent more{ < ,
Florida southern the evident of o that the proportion of the originaltree '"
i citrus varieties in the highland ,, was cause transferring
section; melons generally. The she territory back to Spain, immedI- which finds itself finally in the '

Fi H.D.. GEIGER. fined grapefruit and oranges are produced i ately after our Revolutionary war, in finished cent.dwelling is not. more than 35 I REAR STATE BANK, :?: KISSIMMEE,; FLA.
in semi-tropical south Florida; which England was badly beaten. In per

pt ATTORNEY-AT-LAW pineapples, cocoa palmt, mangoes, 1795 Spain sold West Florida to How Waste is Utilized. : .
guavas, all tropical fruits, /grow naturally France In 1811, in view of probablewar But all of the two-thirds need not

Office State Bank Building or are cultivated with success. with Great Britain,_ the United be wasted!, Some of it at .least should i I
Ki..lmm.. Florida Raising early vegetables/ and straw- States resolved to seize Florida in or- 1 go into by-products, according to the '
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berries for northern markets is a profitable der to prevent the British from occuPYing forest service, which is studying such --- -- -
business. Blackberries and it English troops took possession r utilization. The bulk of the waste, 'i

GEO. F. PARKER whortleberries grow wild. :Manufacturing -| of Pensacola in 1814, with the I such as tops bark, slabs and edgings, j i

textil goods from native palmetto ,i consent of Spanish authorities but in can be made into charcoal, turpentine,
A AttorneytLaw. is a new industry.The November of that year the place was 'I tinnic acid, wood alcohol, acetate of ,

Collection and Conveyancing prevalent idea is that Florida is captured by Gen. Andrew Jackson and lime, pulp and paper, and even the j Fruit
4 monotonous level. This is true of i the British garrison expelled.In I sawdust is made into wood alcohol and Early

Specialties. most of its costal land ns it rises but 1819 Florida was ceded by Spainto p-rain alcohol, and used in different .
0 112V4 Broadway._ a few feet above the sea. Itoidering I the United States. In July 10, 1821.' I forms of fuel.Illustrations\.

I the rivers the flatness is general, witha the Spanish flag was hauled down and I I of this utilization of
I /J. F. KRIBBS tangle of wild growths. The *at' thrrAmerican! stars and stripes hoist- mill waste are shown at the exposi-

i :, lands. are composed of open gras8- ov- ed at all military stations. In 1822 it I tion in a series of wall cases. One I: Good ReturnsI

," ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. ered savannas, pine forests, cypress''' became an organized territory of the case shows the use by a knife manu-
.... ----- swamps and cabbage/ hammocks the United States. From 1835 to 1844 it facturer of the dogwood waste of a I
Examination of Titles a Specialy. j' I maker of shuttle blocks. Another case
latter being the local name for exten- was the scene of an almost constant
F Notification. and payment oi taxes of sive growths of the cabbage j palm. The Indian warfare. The Seminoles loved shows how the waste involved-in mak-I Apply an IDEAL brand EARLY and supply the demand for early fruit r'a
non-regidpnUi given careful surface rises toward the interior i i their land and homes, and were brave ing large school furniture is converted I i J
ir'i attention. land and fearless The I into scrubbing brush backs. for a brush
where the high and healthy pine I i fighters. militaryroad '
i* claims attention, with hills of considerable from Tampa to the Atlantic coast I factory. Other cases display shoe lasts I IDEAL FERTILIZERS produce fruit with thin peel little rat, delightful

Pat Joinston G. P. Garrett. altitude, interspersed with'love-I passed through the southern part of made from discarded tenpins, the use nor, and food shipping qualities.
& the Polk Finally the Indians j of waste veneer cores for mine rollers !
T-OHNSTON & GARRETT Iv lakes. The southern part of r county. surrendered ..
vast tract and most of them moved beyond and for paner pulp stock, sawdust I
is occupied by a -
;I U Attorneys at Law known peninsula as the Everglades and Lake ? the Mississippi river into whatis made into floor sweeping compounds, Send for our Free Citrus Book, entitled "Effects of Summer Fertilizing."

Offices 10, 11 A 12 Okeechobee, next to Lpke Michigan, I now the state of Oklahoma. Onlya and dowels pf various sizes manufac-i

as Citizen Bank Bldg.Klsilmmee .,- the largest: body of water wholly within remnant remaining uncaptured in tured from cooperage waste.
It gives descriptions of formulas to be used and .suggest. for
In NoninflammableShingles..
f, Florida. the United, States. the impenetrable Everglades. 1845 .
s3 .The 'glades penetrated in all directions Florida became a state .' Another,:exhibit 'consillt of the' inflammability applying. "

Loom 1JAa._.. t', rfOTOM Wltu.ow' by tortuous channels of watera Now, Americans from every sectionof test upon shingles treat- e' .
,Late ..... toFtartda the few feet in depth, and at short Intervals the great republic are seeking ed with certain chemicals. One-half 4
B.R..Carom Criminal. c.u&1. all over the tropical tract are homes in this land of lakes and sunshine of a shingle Is treated, the other half Wilson & Toomer'Fert1lizerCo.:

MASSEY' & WARLOWJndnof wooded islands, with a very fertile and in response to accurateknowledge left untreated With the best preserv
the state has 'entered upon atives far devised a flame which
j soil, which are usually covered witha so .
ATTOKNBTS AND COUNSELLOS i dense growth of vegetation. The I a new era of progress and prosperity. causes:: the untreated half to burn does I '. Jacksonville, Florida

AT LAW Everglades are separated from the I not affect the treated half.
!I Pnctle la all the Court of th. Htat. and oft I Gulf of' Mexico by wide cypress MO MO'RE TYPHOID :Portions of the various mechanisms/ Local Agents: Waters & Carson Grocery Co. .
kMta.tlan.4. StMM, al.o'b.ros th. Floridm Ballrrail for and wood form .
swamps, with a narrow strip, in some IN THE ARMY Rising saving an ,
tVr--itr-tira. and th. lnt*i.tat. C..m I
>a' o..au....... places not more than a dozen miles in important part of the exposition. 'I.:'
11.CBAIUTOM.BUM. ORLANDO FLA. width separate the 'glades! from the I Typhoid fever has been banished Thus a model preservation plant is t
t o BtIJ'rJ Atlantic. from the United States army. In the shown, consisting of two small stor- )
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( I I tanks, cylinder, a yard : ----- ,
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A deal of Florida's shoreline I entire enrollment of over 90,000 men age pressure I 'If
'Q J ANDREA JOHNSON is protected great from the water of the Atlantic in barracks or camps in the United ;i and track, together with photographsof Iv' 1
sandbar States, Philippines, China, Porto. one of the largest wood preserva- } ,
e and the Gulf>by outlying -
'I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR 1w become :islands I Rico, Cuba and Hawaii, there' were tion plants in the country. This is *
I which eventually Good fences---and lots them will f
Will Practice in all Courts or keys as vegetation covers them, during 1913 only three cases of typhoid not a complete working model; only I --- ,
J certain forms are used to show the / .
c State and Federal : landas fever. Two of these were new
thus Gulf and ocean are making
Office adjoining Broadway i well as destroying it. The outer recruits who developed the disease general scheme of the plant.

k" Citizen Bank Kinummecj ; beaches, here and there, for scores of four Only and a single five days case after of typhoid they enlisted.fever in ning Another model exhibit of a paper shows machine.a small This run- I grow money for you. fj E

miles, are as level and hard as a pavedor
is used in the ofJ
explaining
r Ian inoculated soldier occurred during process ,
macadamized road. I the entire year out of the entire body making IJ paper from wood. The sam- I ;!'
+ In Florida are some of the most re- Iof I 90,000 .men. This case occurred ina pies of paper made. at this laboratoryfrom Fence off your farm into a sufficient ;
H. JENKINS r markable springs in the world. A famous -' soldier in the- battalion on duty in woods not generally used, in .
sw F' _.. one is Silver Spring, and there China. All three of these cases recovered comparison with standard woods, illustrate wtr 4-

SU1tI EYOR are many others less celebrated be- so that not a single death in .the possibility of using new number of fields to the .
(fj ? cause they are off the lines of travel- the army during the year, resulted I species and utilizing the mill waste. get
Blue Spring, Wekiwa Spring; Wakulla of is I.f
The
Jl'ntemltHall Kiiiimmee Fla.fVR. from this disease. When it is remem- cup system turpentining
: Spring and others in different on exhibit. This system is not as injurious -
clearness bered that typhoid has been for cen- rotation of and the
> the state. The extraordinary turies the most dangerous disease to to the tree as the old boxing proper crops most,

of the water of these springs is as re- the soldiers and that every army, method, reduces the fire hazard and ,
markable as their sizes. The volumeof greater yields. The forest service -
whether on garrison duty or in the gives
Silver Spring is estimated at over field, "has expected to pay a heavy toll favors the use of cup system and advantageous pasturing, and your"n
j/L J. HICKS 300,000,000 gallons daily. In several of sickness and death to this disease the exhibit will show the two methods tit

.' JL/ Physician instances navigable streams burst the record of our troops is all the contrasted, both as to injury to
;, and Surgeon forth full grown from the earth. more remarkable The disappearanceof tree and difference in yield. cash returns each season are boundto

Along the coasts are many springs of typhoid is due directly to typhoid A Miniature National Forest.
Office P on.. fresh and sulphuretted water. The vaccination which has been I
practisedin
Beside the main exhibition relat-
State.Bank Bid. Office 41-Rea. 405'X pulsing well at Orlando is one of the the army since 1909. Previous to I ing to forest products, there are certain increase. At the same time fences
freaks of nature. I
strange the introduction of vaccination the
exhibits relating to other
.,. Scattered through the flat woods and best record which had been obtainedby > -
branches of forestry. One of these 1
5'X .. .. . ...... .. the hills thousands of lakes
... .ttP. among are t sanitary precautions was in 1908, consists of a miniature model of a I are an asset as they add greatly to .
those of the highlands the ,
being deep-
in which, out of 74,692 men, there were Mountain national forest Thismode '
est and purest 239 cases of typhoid with twenty-four shows station and 00#
". r 'Dann.& Dann The St. John's is Florida's principal deaths. Vaccination, begun in the government tree-ranger nursery, besides a a the value of any farm. -"
river and la navigable by large steamers .
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army in' 1909, was at first voluntary, system of roads, trails, bridges fire
I 225 miles from the sea. It paral- but later made universal. In
Grocery Company101 was 1910 lookout towers and telephone lines, all
lels the east coast rising far south with and in the
officers
81,434 men built and maintained by the govern "
I -- Broadway- the and flowing Atlantic.north until it empties into army, there were 198 cases of typhoid ment; by means of them the national We sell good fence---American' "
Jacksonville
twentytwo with fourteen deaths. In 1911 with forests are both protected from fire
?l miles from its is thestate's
mouth 82,802 men in the army, were were and rendered accessible to use.
: t _Operate the cleanest Store largest city, and in has made remarkable seventy cases deaths. In Another striking model suggests the Field Fence---made heavy and strong ,
progress recent years. 1912 with anjiight there run-off
contrasted effects upon stream
'And Sells Freshest Groceries Ocean steamers at its
the wharves
are ev- were only and four and erosion of forested and deforested

... .of ,Any, House in Kissinunee.i ery fine day harbors of the-yaar.Fernanoina, There are at several the deaths, while in 1913, with 90,646 officers slopes. The model consists of two to last. The prices are reason-
and men in the army, there were Emulated hillsides- one of bare soil, very .
.. mouth of the St. Mary's river at St. three and deaths and has with WatRr
cases no as the other clothed vegetation. -
{. . . .... .. ........... . Augustine, America's oldest city; at been shown above, two of the three from above is sprinkled alike upon invite

Pensacola, Tanpa. Charlotte and Key 1 cases were in recruits who bad just both hills and runs off into two pools. able. We you to call and see. 7

West the southernmost point of the 1 joined the army. As the sanitary conditions I. The pool supplied from the bare soil

) United States, fastened to the mainland , food, water and all the surroundings becomes clouded with silt washed from
.; \: W i Thompson by railroad the steel rails of Flagler's seagoing were practically the 'same the'unprotected surface; the other",poo1 *
and
for trade, furnishing fast faculties | in 1913 as ID 1908, the only cause for ,hows only .clear water supplied from
4 with Central and |such a remarkable record is the g n- the,protected hillside.
South America I
and the fertile islands
*
< eral enforcement of typhoid vaccina
of southern seas. The Florida keys are tion. These startling and sc.ioI
gratifying
'

1"; ;FUNERAL. -... .... .., DIRECTOR, remarkable is coral formation-the facts are from an article by Major V.
aD name "key". from the Spanish eayo, I F. Russell in m.recent issue of The 666 a Hardware Co.
island No.
;t EMBALMER an -marking the northernmost'' Journal of the American Medical As- a as
LICENSED' limit of the Gulf /
,_ h mighty stream as it' SOcUttOB, T V .
; ' t' sweeps out from the Gulf- of Mexico, -, Tiff! y g pteatttprtnei pmpareJ sspstlslly

"{ .: ''''' .-f-: swings around,the southern point of "The 'no ia In or.MALARIA or CMILLS'eV rCVKRj
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.. wBtols' ,A.,., northern .course tIMe s sods the Fever wo*otrMora. ,: _
; '''' Cb / .tIuooeh.,the Atlantic quilt Thomas and Mitchell In calling takes as .... '.' .l .. . .
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A GREAT f ct.. wnudl? yiald to P. P. P.'. Lu1na-1S CVTM 'CnQWsHoW. Under: '' Entirely ''New Management:
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HnnichoM Furniluie from Kildieu tu Atlic. a full and complete"'
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Is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thou minds endorse it. '

j Florida SoilV 'F. V. LIPPMAN CO. D raRIM SAVANNAH, GAT' Except Northwest A splendid Line of Handsome- Baby Carriage. and Go-CarU.. .

; | Let us show them'to you. :

v | AS HIGH AS FOUR CUTTINGS A f Tllg CITRUS FRUIT SHEDDING '

"' YEAR CAN BE OBTAINED FROM STOPPED SHORT-MELONS BEING Bicycles "

THIS CROP AND YIELD TWO come injured by waiting for good 'r must be'expressecTln terms of poundsnd MARKETED AND ALL
AND A HALF TONS weather as other hay crops do. This fractions thereof pounds and VEGETATION IS her Johnson Bicycles with coaster brake: at a bargain. r
feature gives an immense advantage |!ounces and not merely in ounces.
E EACH CUTTING. other On the and BENEFITED; ,
over any hay crop. i packing bottling of many
vine Kudzu is propagated by means of foods, it would be impossible, or else
This remarkable gives promiseof the plants that have E0oted from the 1 add unnecessarily to cost, for the The section director of the weather i j Kissimmee Furniture Co. ,

being one of the leading sources of joints of the vines and when transplanted I I manufacturer to place an absolutely bureau, department of agriculture, A.
wealth in the southern states in fu -earry-with them on their roots 'accurate statement of the amount of J. Mitchell, has sent out to the papers : : 310 Broadway; E O. Garland, Mgr.mi .
: ture. It is really a pea vine that the tubercules that are needed to inoculate ;, the food in every package, and for this of the state a report on crop. conditions -
springs up from the roo'ts' when the the soil of the new field so as I I reason the regulations permit tolerances I through Florida for the' weekending '
; arst warm days come in the spring of to provide for fixing the nitrogen from I or variations in packages where May 18n; iiiini 111 iiiiiiii 111111111 u innniMiiii ',

. ) ..l'\Lhe yrafr and grows vigorously until a the air into th.)} soil. In planting Kudzu the discrepancies are due exclusively'to The crop conditions over Florida --- --- ii'l
(.., Killing freeze comes in the fall. This first plow the land deeply and unavoidable errors in weighing, : generally are.flne since the rains of
gives a growing season of at least harrow it, then check it into rows measuring, or counting which occur in the past two or three days and reports .
months in the during which and conducted in with 'from all the sections where showers
elgbv, year eight ore-half feet apart each packing compliance
:t} !several' cuttings of hay can be made way setting a plant at each check. good commercial practise. This toler- 'fell are that vegetation has responded I ; ; Reference: Swtdciloro National B..k, Swedeitero, N. J.

(some instances are known where four Lay tap roots along the bottom of the ance is allowed in order to permit the :quickly and nicely with the result that '
y. cuttings of hay, averaging two and furrow with crowns slanting upwardto use of the weighing and measuring shipments of a fine class of produce
i a one-half tons per cutting and baking: at4i 'within two inches of the surface. I machines which, like human operators, will -begin within a week from many WILLIAM RODECoitittiissiott .Y

total yield of ten tons per.acre in u Thi? requires 1,018 plants per acre. 1|i cannot weigh or measure with absolute -1 sections where lain was almost de- .
'j.' single season, have been made). This Giye them level cultivation during the.i accuracy every package. The spired of to save the growing crops
"', hay is of the highest quality, l heinill|first season. -j I I regulations, .however. provide that a I The western part of the state seems Merchant .' .
,.,-c, equal to cowpea or alfalfa and much Agricultural scientists! have been ,' run of such packages must show as I I to have Buffered more for lack of rain :
i richer than timothy. searching in"vain"for such a plant as 1 I many cases of overweight and as much I than the rest of the state and from '
_V The analysis made by the Kudzu and it will fill a < excess as it does cases of underweightor many parts of that section come com- POULTRY, FRUITS AND PRODUCE 'n t
chemist average of Florida shows protein among our formers; unfortunately! undervolume. ,' plaints that gardens have failed. All .
'j. state 17.43 per cent. and starch and sugar however, the supply of plants is very Similarly, in the case of bottles the rest of Florida benefited by the 206 Dock St. Philadelphia, Pa. d
: somewhat richer food limited and the demand for them cannot which cannot be blown with absolute rain which came down so copiously .
r 30.2, wheat being bran a .Another remarkable be fully supplied for many yearsto accuracy, tolerances are allowed, but during the past few days.
than is that although the hay is as come. ) with the same proviso that the run of Corn over most of the peninsula is 111 MI 11111111111111 MI 111111111111111111111111 n i

. feature food as alfalfa, yet it is entirely Kudzu is perfectly hardly all over bottles must not show-grepter dis- greatly benefited, while in the western
rich a the tendency to cause loose the United States and endures tho crepencies than standard round or part of the state that crop is still sad-

free from and bloat in horses and other winters as far north as Nova Scotia.It square bottles of the same capacity. ly in need of rain. -- ..-- --
I bowels that interferes so seriously will therefore be a valuable crop in This means that a manufacturer who Cotton growth has been retarded by I y -t d
" livestock, of When moistened the northern slates as well as in the I uses some special bottle of odd shape the long dry season over its belt and
with the use hay alfalfa.becomes almost like South, although the longer growing I cannot claim a !greater variation be- over most acreage the plant is small; rt.I
fresh, Kudzu foliageagain and makes an excellent -' season south will be an advantage.- I'cause of the difficulty of blowing or but where thorough preparation was J' THE H. G. SIEVE :: .I.Ir
a ration for poultry in win- Florida Bulletin. manufacturing such -a bottle or container made before planting and judicious
,
green ,. cultivation has been kept the aI
for in mak- up prospects I .
ter. It is well feed adapted stuffs and for use all other i Because goods shipped from one are the very best for a good crop. REALTY COMPANY ?

ing mixed alfalfa can be used for. "THTNEVTWEIGHT + part of the country to another lose That portion of the belt where rain I .
rpurposfcS'; that retain- in weight by natural evaporation due fell is showing a wonderful brightening NOT IN THE TRUST 'uw
The hay cures very quickly,, to differences of atmospheric condi- and growth but the northwestern i .
ing its leaves and bright green color and tion or temperature, tolerances will be part of the cotton belt is still suffering 10,000 acre Stock Farm a bargain if takea at nee, _

,J instead of shedding as cowpeas i allowed for such changes. The proper because of urijjroken drought. I $5.00 per acre. .:- -:- -:a -:- ?-:- ai-
weather it requires -
,, velvet beans do; in fair before it is ready LAW tolerances to be allowed will be determined ,Melons and other minor crops have I Prairie Land, Orajtre Groves, High. Hammock, Lucia, Timber Lands.Landi .
only one day on the facts in each case, responded finely to the rains of last \
to put in the barn. For the this fields reason. in and it is probable that the depart- week and melons are now being mar- at AU Price and en Easy Term
it can.be easily cured in ment will establish tolerances for keter in Lee county. '
thereby 2,000 acres Stock Ranch will exchange half value :
under duck covers; ,
stacks evaporation for various foods. Pineapples have shown great im-
-
.,A' avoiding the expense of building barns rakes RULES ETC I Packages containing two ounces provement in the past few days and for ether real estate -:- -:- -:- -:- -l-

.: and saving labor by using sweep avoirdupois or one fluid ounce of food, cane is doing well except in the. north-
" ]Jnlltad of the hay on wagons, or less, are considered small and are western part of the state Orange Groves all sizes and prices
after first cutting it with a mowing exempted from marking in terms of Previous to the showers, and locally ,
machine and raking it into winnows weight. The reason for this is that heavy rains of the fourteenth and fifteenth
with u common horse rake. The and hay Regulation Affecting Food providing accurate small bottles and citrus fruits had begun to fall KISSIMMEE FLORIDA i

is worth about $20 per ton yieldi accurately measuring their contents to such an extent as to give much concern I ,; J .. 4
making the product of an acre I in the case of a number of articles in some sections. Following the -

//f: i $200kjtr over. Put Up In PackagesEVERY sold in small packages for five 'or ten rains indicated there was a reaction to 4&
ey4 Kudzu, is of even greater value for i cents would be prohibitive in cost to generally improved conditions, and it .
_" a grazing purpo s ee thAn.u___ .fo" hay, as it the maFlufalturerB'and would force is said much relief will result from ..1.CARSON
l' requires no cultivation after the first ARTICLE MUST PLAINLY kern to raise the'price for the pack- the timely precipitation. .
:!f. season and will thrive upon other STATE ITS .EXACT CONTENTS age or to put less food in it for the : i-A.R 2ER
CHICKEN WISDOM BY A WOMAN.
is too poor'and rough\ for an3L; same price. INi: s VRA2 TCE -
.
"t. It has beencarefully tested on WITH THE USUAL TOLER.ANCESEFFECTIVE -

aU crop.ef the type of soil found in Florida : I Kansas City, Mo., May 22.-The new No flock fed meal, bone or milk regularly Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency t

1 and found to do well on all of them I AT ONCE. net weigh 'law as signed by the sec- is apt to pull feathers. '.
from pure sand to the ,stiffest clay, retaries of the treasury, agricultureand J Brown and' white eggs do not I State Bank Building ;
ln'ed eggs .
. the land i8 sufficiently 'It is understood will *' .
prOvided t Washington -D. c.,. June 4.-The 1 commerce, hatch well together,'either tinder hen. '
affect the creameries here only insofar ,
sTjSS regulations for the carrying out of the ",',
ewhereftlie
,' ; soil i Ii: so-called "net weight law," which as it will require every box of butter or in incubators. 'Shells.'sires and .
WfSMTTXudzu it compels manufacturers to make a shipped by them Interstate!!>In ''pound vigor are different. o' '. \ .

'any other growth crop, clea;: statement of the weight volume, cartons .to weigh thtrty'' pounds net Feast one'day.and'faminethe;; "next ,C. A...CARSON,''President N:C. BRYAN;,Secretary'
will make a stronger weight. On this market
according
contents of their packages of food,
" on-rich land, but it does well on land'I' or signed May 11 by the secretariesof one of the large dealers, an average are mo'ey losers.\

1 that is too poor for other hay crops were the treasury, agriculture, and commerce weight of fifteen' and three-fourths A small family should leave few table The Waters. & Carson---
,0 and rapidly improves the soil bjrdrawfn These regulations .apply to ounces to1 the pound carton is permitted scraps, but a large family will

- tn nitrogen from the-oatr'throUjth soil foods shipped' interstate commerceor ( ; likewise butter is permitted. to cause more. The fowls, old and young, Y .
its leaves and fixing it in the by run 16 per cent. moisture and the
sold in the District of Columbia or
these if free from bones
" means of the bacteria in the tubercles the territories. The regulations as statement is advanced that it will lose appreciate- ,
'
., on its roots, for it-has the same power signed become effective at once, although one-quarter ounce to the pound in ten and not sour. * Grocery Company :;
";Pthat cowpeas and other legumes have the law, passed March'3, 1913 days Tuking this fact into consideration Eggs can safely be used for hatch-
\\ ,\ in,this respect. This addition of nitrogen as an amendment to the food anddrugs should the law require each ing purpose'"s a week or ten days' after
to the soil and the protection act, defers the exacting of penalties pound carton to weigh sixteen ounces the cock has been introduced to hens.
',, y' from washing rains and the baking for violations until September net weight, it is generally understoodthe It is safe thus to use eggs only fourto 'a. !

" heat of the sun afforded by the dense 3, 1914. creameries will contest.NewYork six days after his absence. Wholesale and Retail Dealer 1DGROC'ERIES
F growth of vines causes rapid improvement Packer. Hens and chickens like alfalfa. It
1" 1' in the quality of the land planted The regulations, in general, require
.} land that the manufacturer of foods shall must, as usual, be clipped several
in Kudzu; even poor, rich wornout soil that plainly mark all packages, bottles or OUTDOOR WORK FOR WOMEN.In times first year. To prevent it being .
's. t soon becomes like the from the other. containers. holding more than I dug up, cover with a lattice, through sA000

; l' Virgin has been forest.recently Yet although cleared poor land I two u ce8a avoirdupois, or more than an eastern state there is a famous which it is picked by the fowls. .

to Fbecomes rich within a few years when one fluid ounce, to show the net prison for "bad" women. It is j I Alternate males in the breeding . . . . < .
.' volume of the contents. The I bird three four 4' . ..O.. .O. ........Iv
using or
IV, ,planted in Kudzu it is advisable toI weight or a grim reminder of the cruel puritanism pens, one . .' 4,
measure must be stated in avoirdupois days then removing him and usinganother .
'I ua.some fertilizer on such soil the which Hawthorne depicts in his WE SELL: WE EUYf 'I
:i! : hasten the pounds and ounces, United State for-the-same-length! of time. -
\' r i" first irrowth-olthe season in Kudzu order until to it can draw gallons, quarts, pints, or fluid ounces novel, "TheSecret: Letter." In the This practise insures better fertility. .* HAY, .. .. HIDES ...'

United States standard bushels, haIrI center of beautiful it ,
After grounds stands
atmospheric nitrogen. ''
.
,: inilhis for I bushels, pecks, quarts, pints, or half THE DEMON OF WORRY. GRAIN M rl
:. thnTlt will not require fertilwmg, pints. The Contents by a like method like a medieval castle, stark and o FURS, r ,
I its deep root system draws potash and I ominous, .human of cold FERTILIZERS 0 .'
: a trap gray _
', acid from the subsoil, while I may be expressed in terms of metric Worry .is one of the most fatal of .
, phosphoric The volume of stone and colder steel. WOOL. "
weight or measure. It is sin
needed all transgressions. a againstnot
draw all the nitrogen
its.leaves SHINGLES ,
J/ by the plant from the air. In this way' liquids mist be computed at 68 degrees Until recently the unfortunates one organ of the body, but against 1. .'

'. 'j,)i ,the soil becomes richer every year'instead Farenheit. committed to it-warm-hearted girls the body as a whole. It is a demon I "" ORANGE BOXES AND ..
1 of becoming .exhausted as from The quantity stated on the container who had loved not wisely but too well; whose pressure is felt upon the heart, 0- .- .. ,
growing grasses for hay. These deep must represent the actual quantityof weak-minded girls, anemic 'victims of : and there is not a capillary in any ORANGE .
WRAPS
ALLCOUNTRY r
fJ : root. live to a great age and become food exclusive wrappings and the slums; over-speeded industrial gland or tissue which does not shrink ,
I'a j Stronger and more vigorous as the container. v wrecks forced into vice to keep from under the glance of its gloomy eyes.A . VEGETABLE CRATES .
,
pass by. In general solids must be stated in starvation-were confined in barred man who worries is slowly draining ...' its
V, year is permanent and the terms of weight and liquids in termsof cells, away from sunlight, away from the springs of life. lip#! not only CRATE NAILS 0 .
) One planting fresh air while do workas stunts himself but he makes it harderfor PRODUCE.
volume that where there is to such light ,
increases as the ground except .
yield,of hay
becomes more thickly set with plants, a definite trade custom, otherwise flower trimming beds the lawn and tending hired-the others is to vic grow. and and like blossom.all vices Depression it- 0 . . 0 . 0 .'. . .. ... .. .... ......... ,
of in terms strong men were a ;
from the vines, taking root at the any marking package I I
t' men with votes. must be dealt with firmly and with
loints. ,The great number of vines I that are generally understood to express '
for air definite quantities will be per-. Then a woman became superintend vigor. We sll.. field and garden seeds of all kinds. X
V struggling become morels endervandleafy mitted. The quantity of viscous or'|I ent and she changed this. The cells Whit is the effect of your presence We give special attention to fitting out hunting and csmjiag partleav
?' ,tendency also to and this improves the semi-solid food or of mixture of sol- were opened. The women -inmates ih your home? Does your Took fall Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. "a

<1, '\ 1Ity of ,the hay by eliminating anyTTsrarse I ids and liquids may be stated either] were put to tending the flowers, to like a sunbeamor a shadow across We are cow.tJ'ta ''''-C--' fertilizers --Ask, aa... fir ctmlanraarfiprice '
-
vines, thereby enabling horse? by weight or measure, but the state making vegetable bardens, to feeding I I the breakfast table? Does your con- o* fertilizers. a
to eat it up clean ment must clearly indicate whether birds. Along with light work out of I -vernation lie like a strip of summer

If+ and other livestock; of it. The vines I the quantity is expressed in terms of doors went interesting instructions sky, or M patch of midnight across the ---- - - -- --, --- ,
without wasting any '
i family life? Upon what subjects do
and the honor Of I
surface throw out weight or measure. system discipline.
;. ,s that run along! the speak with largest freedom and I I II IIIMMIIIIIII
with the result that health you
at 'the joints that become new In the case of certain articles, the course was
'
,? Santa and bind the soil firmly together contents may be stated numerical restored-healthy physical and morali 'keenest relish-"-your aches and failures
: the which beauti-
the washing such numerical count and with it self-respect and or things are
thereby count, provided ,ful and fine and high? Kor your' own IAKESIDEeNURSERY fresh i
hillsideAy to take a new grip on clean living. Milk
"', and erosion of heavy ra ns. gives accurate information as to the 'ake and for the sake of others you :
While this improvement of the soil is quantity of food in the package. Un- Girls sent to this institution reform
soul into jubil-
to bring a
is fine it would not be and become useful and ought your
this trustworthy
the field der requirement
giving -
''i; ,returns taking place to its owner by the immense enough to state that a package of can- members of society. And the difference ant under mood.a sky All filled Christian with sun virtues, and grow the R. 0. FULLER : Delivered at YOUR Door ,

.t P horse and other livestock as candies vary in size and into the open air. WINTER HAVEN FLA. .
the cattle
and and moody will have ; ;
,;!; thereby keeping fat and in this would not be a statement of the There is to be held in Ambler, Pa., gloomy sour lOc
Jcan' graze. his home filled'at last with weed and
small cost for actual of candy in the pack- May 16. the first annual conferenceof : a Quart dw
.,'\fine health at a very quantity bramble and brier*.-Dr.G. E. Jefferson Grapefruit,:Tangerine, Tar- <
? '''eight months of the year. age. persons interested in agricultural in The Christmas Tree. diff and Lue '
tiw, W.orld'I cia < Phone 225-W
also the education for An
Kudzu penetrate ao The regulation permit women. organization ; age ,.
of
.
: The root I .
}'k .. it proof against any statement of "minimum volume, one ,is to encourage Gong .
make
Ii, deeply weather* to that 1. eVer Iftelr to prevail gallpn;" "not leas than four ounces." I outdoor employment for women such RUBMYTiSMWiU writ.'er Pelee. L D. HARRQ1 "
, 'dry
A F
This feature and It* In such case the amount stated a* flower and fruit culture poultry .. ?
here. peculiar
Ill, must approximate the actual quantity.No raising light specialized farming.For .
of neither blooming or.bear- Rtietunatinn Neorallifl. MllllllinilMUlllllllni .. -
, habit cure -
' below'the stated mini there i
variation man or woman nothing ,
the
culture causes
field ,
,
e
big seed under .
f; and growing mum quantity will be permitted. better than God' sweet outofdoors.It .Headaches Cramp Colic .
;,k-4class;I to remain entire term green from spring to The statement of'weight or measure the effects of light outdoor;work Spraiiu.BraitM.Cota.Barn*.Old ; '.' ,, if' ,1
B
'; > during_the be marked in' term of the 1* so good, "bad" ',womenhowmchbetterOttgbtJt ; EC- oostKissimmee !'II
','1' "Th. bay can accordingly cut must upon :. etter. Rial-Worm. ; .. >_ ..' t I
t-ta-eoaV..1eRt-wJaeD.,..,argestjnlt_contained.in. thepaekage; -to.1m nponwenta.en : .. '
., '* weather rany-time-t conditions! '-are;eultable,fort,:for-example,'-if-the package contains who have not been ground- down, .T- r-ma-etc,6wo.' 1D .a pr.eztenudljr.e7 tMr .Subscribing the Valley 'C e'ei .

th. a* Kudsu does not Ur.:,a potmdan ,,_a_,fraction,.theeontenta Cleveland Pre*.: l !
kay. ,
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J 'PACE 14. 4 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 'I FRIDAY. JUNE S ,, 114f : .


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S .. DESCRIPTION!: or LAND p e : OWNER :: :Mpr. :c DE8CRiPTION"" 01'. rD. u a : of ISWNER: _:ay: DESCRIPTION. .OF UAND., _3._1 ''.0'1&' fl
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Continued from eleven.-) Lots 4- sii1-lt..__...__.._______ ...: 11 11.0 10 'McO.achon.1. .... .,.. and 14. block IS..r.._.... A. A.... 4J.44
( page \ Ie and 4-------------------4.--: 14 I' '0' 10 Orav.a. V. 0.__ .91 Lot- ITV-jhloek .7_.___ __..____ peerer. Ida l.llOnllea.

1 Lot All __ .._________________ 14 I' 10 6 Tuak.r. D. ____ .72 Lot 11, block 17.....___ ?.______.. .. ., H..I. 1.11
a _____________________________ 6 Kemp L. w.----'" Lot 16 __ ____.:_______.______-::::_ ::- 1. I' 1 Unknown ----_ .17 Lot IT, block II-____.___.___,..._____. .. .... Hi
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1 Lot 11 n_ _____________ 11 1t 30 .t..r. C.___, Lot f1 __-,_ ._.________________ ___ 14 80 I KI aa&L 8.__ .,. Lots .. 4. i. 10. block U.....______ tukn. .Lan 41 '
Lot II __ __ _---------- I' 10 10" Thompson M. C. .Ii Lot 10. .___________ ...._, 1. 17.0 I Hopk... H. _____ .T' 1. .
Lots 33. U. ... ..______-________....---:.. 11 _------ --- In.C..-.____ 1.14 '
); 11 II 10 6 o.rbarn. A. ____ tat III 14 .17 10 I' Nswe11.. Eo P.___ L72wmtnote Lot 8. block 10___
.. __ : -------------- .
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......-.zz.---- If l ft !>Iv. .1.. !:r.1.u .;;;.liii .: Ca tr-8atrdty Uf r - 10. bIC.t____&___ .H.H:

Lot 13---------------------------------------83 _______________________________ 11 Unknown ______ .11 all except timber ..... to Kl..tm- Lot 11 1 _______;_____._ ____ wa..... l
Lot
____________________________ 11 2R! 1o 6 Unknown --__-- ..1'I.ot m. Lumber Co-------------------- 11 I" 10 Lou 1. 1.. '1 block 4t-_____.___ .1. _. '.44 "
Lot I
e
OSt u 11 II 10 Turner E. P.__. ..85Bemlnole Lot 16.' block 42--_________ ___ Vnvnd 1.2 1
.Land A--Inv.----Co.---'.!Sub-cllv.--------ot tot I __._ ___________________._______ 111 27 80 I Ward. A.:: ::1._____ ..72lat. Lots I and 83 block .a_____._____ / Moo'' 1."{ .1"

___ _::__... __ __ II .0 7 sod 10--------------------: ____ III 17 10 10 Kimball?L.. Mo_: .11I Lot blocki._____ ____._______ HI.'ard.oW., L"
alt-------U __ ___"_ -_____-______.::::-r-7__ 11 II 10 I PaU..raon R..___ ..81l.t lot II ___ __ __._ _..._________________ 15 I. 80 I Walah. R. ______ .,. Lot I. block ., ____________________ .8. _.___ t.I'
Lot 42 __ ___ .___ _________________ 12 If 6! 10 6' Sm.n. O. W.__ ... Lot 121----------------------------- 15 t7'0 I Seymour L. R.__ ..72Seminole Lot 11. block /.______________________ ..now. ______ L.t
Lot 7t _. _.00___ __ _____u_________________. 22 2fI If! II Beckley O. L.u ..11Lnt -i.. n& nCo.'s Sub-div. of Lot 18. block IS---------------------- tnkO..D O. W. 1,8.. .
63 II II 10 I Porter S. W.___ .1,6 all e..cppttImber I... on .n ezoept8E6' Lot 11. block T.______________________ Dlck.r.on 1.1'
tc odnOte u.--nn---------------------lAnd'& Inv. Co. 8ub-dlv. .. ot 8E84 to KI..lmmell Lbr. Cb. 18 t7 10 Lot I.. block 7------________________ Seminole Land&: ,
8. NE'4 ot SW" _ ____ _ 23 II 30 Lot III _ un--____...___ 18 IT 10 II Duna.n.:1.: BOo__ ."1 'Iny. C ._______ 1.11 .
', all rtlept; __ _00_._ ___ _. 23 26 III 5 01ck.. IIfra. D.__ .11 Lot 41 _ .n __ __ _-____________________ 16 t7 10. I C..II'. L. ______ 7. Lot. and n. block 7/___._______ Plume. D. :J.____ ....
Lot 4 23 28 30 5 Dick.. Mr. D.__ ..11Lnts Tot 78 __ . ___ ______.________________ 16 a.7. 30. II Akln..r. _______ .78 I Iota 1 and block 1____________o__ B. R.____ 1.11
1..1" -and 77-- __ ______ ___ - . 2:1.: U 30 In Drap.r O. H.. ._ 1.1' lot 19 __ _ __ .__ .______nuu 18 t7 1ft I Corcoran J. ___ .71 Lots 1 and 1. block Titon.. J. R.--- 'i
let 9"61 ___ .______- __________--__ 23 2fI 30 I Unknown ------ ..96iote Lot 105 __ __ n___ _____ _____________ 16 17 10 5 Itanden A. a.._ ..71H.mlnol. i Lot .IJ.Ib IL: -----_--:::::::-:::::. Unknown ::::: .
III and- 111-------------------- 23 28 30 10 'VIII.. C. A.____ I." .. L and & Inv. Co.'. Sub-dlv. orE Lot I' block 81_______________________ Wlnnln. L.- E..__ HI

Got 118 _ __ ____.__ -_ _-- --- Z3 28 30 6 Bro..n. C. J. ___ .$5SemtnOle _ _ _ . __.:_ ________________, 17 17 10 II Lot 8. block 81______________..______ Casey. Lola ____ 'I
Land & Inv Co.'. Sub.dltr- Lot 17 _ __ n. _ _- ___________' _______ 17 27 80 8.Board..n. C. A, ..71a Lot 1.. block ..-------________________ Seminole Land 411:

_________ ___ _____ ____- ________u If 28 30 J Lot g 21 30 : Mock. It ..H.CM a Iny. Co._______ 1.lt '
Lotall 24 28 10 5 N..bet. H. C" .81 Lot : : _ ______ _________________ 37 30 Alexander : : Lot 11. block; ____________ ________ Crlm. ::1. H.---
/ Lal 34 :.-t---------u-----------u 224 226 30 6HUun..klln. O.. __ eo;. .81 Lots 97 and 111_______________________ 17 2 30 10 Dlne J. C.______ ..998emfnole Lot 6. block 1_________.____,_=--__ Unknown ______ .1'11
41 ___ _ ___ _ ____ ._.00 30 ... n __ ____ .81 Land& rnv. CO.'. Sub-dl.. ot Lot 16. block 81_____.__--------_____- ______ 'i
t' ,/Hot 48 :- __ __n__- ________. _______u_____ 24 28 30 6 Ludlow. E S ___ ..81.Lot. all blocks 104. 108 and west hair ott Lot 8. block .86_______________________ Unk.o..n Pelper. ______ l'lt t
U and 84. __"._ __________-____ 24 J8 30 In Rho.d.. CU..__ I.U 106 and o"8'ri.' E. Cor. .t l Lot 16. block 88_____________________ Hopke, f. ___ 1.11 .j
1 Lot U __ _______ ______________________ 24 28 341 5' Unknown __ ___ .81 run tsr to Mass. .: Lot. 6 and 7. block 81----------------- Marlin. J. H.___ LU
1 lot 86 __ ____ n.u.u_;_____ 24 If! 30 6 H.lleU. M. C.___ .81 then 8 to Lake Ruunym.de. then .' Lot 8. block 87------------------------ J. W. 141 'r
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Lot U _ ___ _____._________-------- 24 'f! 30 5 Unknown. ___n_ .11 .southeasterly to N. line of lot 5. Lot 1.. block 87_______________________ Mat.r.on.. W. R. 1.Z1
,Lot 96 n_ ._ _--_________-__________ ,24 16 30 5 Coburn. A. M'h .81 block 101. then E. to Conn. Ave. Lot 9. block 89----- Seminole Land &
1 87 and-- -112----------------------- 24 U 10 30 Clingerm/rn/ S. B. I.U' then N to B"IIr.. being a part ot plat II.or inv. Co. !:

Lot Lola ________ ____.__________ 14'1f! 20 I Curti.. A. H.____ .11 mode _ nn __ _ __________ 32 27 31 Lot 10. block 89______________________ Ford & Ch.-- .---..-. 1t
Lot 119 .____ ____ __ _________ ______ 24 Z6 30 5 Hubner.O B --- .85 Lots 341. 811, 879. __ --_--_____--____ 111-312581 6 Seminole Land & Lot 20. block 11.___________________,__ McLane. Wm.._ 1.$1
.Lot 112 _00______________.__________u__ 24 2f! 30 ft Hubner. E. IIL__ .81 Inv Co._______ 2.119 Lot U. block 8.______________________ Unknown 1. 3V.
Lot 1111 _______________________------- 24 18 20 1\ Clark F. M.____ .1' minole. Land& Inv. Co.'s Aub-dlv. ot Lot 1. block 90-_ ._ ___- Seminole Land .J''
Lot 126 ______________. ____ _____ If 16 20 6 Clark O. B._ __ .85 all Fractl except NW4\ ot 8E1y and inv. Co.---- 141<
Seminole Land"c Ins' Co. Sub-diY or SEY of 8Ey : 6 211 31 . LOi 9. block 90________ H.___ ,
.11 ___________________________ .___ 25 16 !in Lots 811. 3U. 324. 561-553, ,383-181-600, 6 26 U' 10 SemInole Land Lot nand 24. block ----------o-_ __________ Barber __ l.t
i Lot ______ ______ n __________________ Y5 250! 5 D..ff..nbaker.. :J. i.. .85 Inv. Co. 6.02 1 and 19. block 11_. ___________ S..mlnole Land b
Lot. I and _._____________ __ 28 a8. 20 10 PerrlnKer. G .. 1.lf Lot 143 __ __ -_ ___.____um 6 1 31 IKWhetted, fCL:: :.99Colored Iny. '.11 .
I..t II __10-----.. ____- ________--__ 25 18 341 5 padIll'IItJ.1. a.n .81 Town. Being Seminole Land Lot 10. block 22___ ________ __ .--S.-.-_-__- .. "'
Lot II ____ __ __- -___ ___00___ "__ ___ 25 2R 341 5 Rob r'. t.n __ n___ ___ __ __ _ _.__-- 25 26 30 6 .Ir..b.ulll'h.V. \V !M. ..MIt r.ot&.4nbio C------------------------ Unknown __ __ .7Z Inv. I. 4.
II _00____ ____00____ ___ _ n ___ __ __. U. 16 io G .II..rd. H _ _ 6ot S..mlnol. Land& Inv. Co.'. Sub-dlv. ofFractl. Lot 21 bloCk 85_______ ________ ___ oJ M.--G.--_-- .. 4
U n.n-----n-------u.------ 26 .2A 5 Moy..r, A. --00-- .1111 E14 and 121314 of 8W" except Lot bloCk 100_ _ _--_____- ______ Mock L-__ '
1 Lot 91 ._ _ _______ ____ ____ __.__ 26 28 30 5 011.... A. E.n__ .85 Take Front Addition_ ___ ___ __ ___ _ 33 U 30 Lot a., block 102__-____ ______._______ Masker ::1. .H.___ 1.81: _'.1
Lot IOn __ _00___ ____ ___-____ ___ _____ U 24 311 5 Mock H. L u. .115 ,01. 7. 8. 25. 22. U. 40. 8. 68. 1. 70. 7. Lot 1. block 10.__ --- --___________ Plume. D. J.____ 1. "I,1
Lot 111 __-__ ____00 ____ __ _.. ____ -00 25 18 30 6 AII..n.:1.: _______ .85 72. 89. 90. H. 102. 104. I ,Lot 18. block 108______________________ Tomlinson. A. : 11
Lola lit and IU.n. ___ 26 24 30 10 0..1. F K ____ 1.18 128. 14. 138. 131. 15. 136. 161. 14.t56. Lots I and I. block ______ ____ __ Aeckt'l"r. 8. H.-:1iI..44'Lol. "

Lot 116 ____ _______ ____n____________ tII 'aQ II Un.kno..n ------ ..86etnfnole 164. 165. 187. 168. 13 and U. block 10.______________ Unkno..n ___ I.U ,
Land IiIny.. Co:. f'lubdlor tR4. 187. 188. 18.. t.L 197. 1.8. 199 1.01 6. block 110_______________-__-____ \ SeInInole I
all ___ _ __ _____ ___ ___ ________ __ 26 U30 200. 817 218. 219. 220. 221. 222. 227. Iny. Co.Jnd' I. ,:
Lot. I. 19. n. H. 93. 1114. 112------- 26 26 30' 35 apminol. Land 222: 2214: 280.: 231: 282: 219.: 250: 261: (.ol 8. 9. 10. block 110___ ______________ f11ver. T. So_. 1.. :(
) Inv Co. _ _ __ 151 252. 263. ,,254. 25R. 258. 259. 260. SKI 1. block 110-_ ___ Unknown _____ 1.1 ,:'1
Lot 8 __ _ _ Its 26 341 5 HuH M B. 00 __ .81 262. 263. 264. 281. 282. 283 284. 285 Lot. I 2. 3.4.6.8. block 16_ __________ H. B._ '.
Lot 17 _ .____ _u__ __ 24 Z4 all 5 Walla. U. R _ . 85 286. 287. 288. 290. 291, 292. 293. 294. Lot block 116___ _____ _________.____ W.I.I. C. ___._ L14 i
a1 Lot 14. 47. 79-------------------------- 18 26 10 15 DonmoYer R' A 1 fill 29R. 296. 313. 314. 315. 316. 317. 314. [.011 8 and 1. block 116_______________ H..et... .
Lot er _ .. _n_ ______ ____ ______ __ 28 Z4 30 5 Whtte. N R.-_ ..26y 319. 322. 323. 324. 325. 326. 327. 328 Iny. Co._Land'______ I."
:y Lot TO _ __ _ ___________ ____ _____.00 26 U 10 5 Unknown ------ .56 346. 346. 347. 34*. 349. 350. 365. 356 Lot 5. block 116____.______ __________ Knight. ::1. B.n 1.1 }
Lot 75 ___ _______________ ___ _- ___ _. __ 26 28 ao "Unknon. _ .116 357. 318. 369. 360. '77. 178. 179. 180 Lots 12. 18. 1. block 120__. ____ ___ Seminole Land& "
Lot 75 __ __ ____ ___00_ __ . - . .- 28 28 311 5 Rh..rmR.n. J N n ,26Lol 390 391. 392. 393. 394. 396. Jny. Co.____.__ '.0' ."\
2 26 30 I 1D art N' OH 128 39 406.: 407.: 408.: 409 410.: 411: Lot 4. block 11___ __ _____ __________ _. Bemlnole k
+ 973-and-94----------------: : : :. :.::.. :: Y6 YB 30 R Carlson, L :: ..146i : : 423. 424. 425, 426, 427, 424. .f InY. Co.lnd'_ 1.86 ',

Lot 101 __ __ __ __ _n____ ___ _ _ __ _ 28 Z4 30 r Unknown. _u ___ 118 489. 440. 441. 442. 457. 4584SB. i Lot 8. block UI__ ___ _______________._ O. W. 1.36 i(1
i Lot 111 __ ____ __ __ _ __ -- -- .-- 28 U 311 6 Unknown _ ____ .116 46n. 469. 470, 471. 472. 449 490. 33 Lots M and 9. block U2u._________ _. 1rhum.n. h___ ... I:
Lot 11. __ _ __ __ . - - - u 38 Ul1I: 5 Unknown - _ ..26a 491. 492: 601. 502. ROS, 504. _--- ____ 20 t 190 Oo> ci\ W. II 10317 Lots 3. 4. 5. block 1Ln_ ___ __ Bemlnole Land & o
tat 1t4 __ __ _hn ___ ___ __ 28 211 :30' 5 Unknown - - .26 Semlnole Land A Inv Co's Sub-dU of inv. Co. t
-V fo'r.ct EVi ..except Lake Front Addi 1 26 30( Lot 3. block 132.___--_________-__.-__ Seminole Lnd'-- --- 111 "1

: ( _- n_ n __ ._ _ _- rnv. '.T4 '.
/ S.mlnolp ]and InY. CO'II Rubdl"r- ton 72. SB. 166. 119. 19S. 221 Lot 8. block 141_____ _______________ Aoodrlch. i.,. __ 1.lt '
i all ___ _ _ - -.- .nhP_ 27 26 30Lot. LOI,7.,2.. 317. J..:. :444.- - . .u __ 1 26 30 16 St-ihlnole Land & Lot 12. block 145--_ ___ --______ ___ U". n' R' 11"
vw' 17. ] 3. %3. 26. U. 46. 74 96------ 27 28 311 411 .8..mlnolp Land 1 26 SO Inv. Co.------- 801 1011 4. 12. 13 block. 146-- ___ _._---.. Seminole Land A i So;
inv Co----- 396f Lot 90 __ _-_ _ l Unkno"n _n_ _. Tnv. Co ____ __ '.0'
5 Lot 8 __ .. _ _ .. _ ___ __ n __ - 27 28:111: "MIII..r. R S . .85 hot 195 ---- .- - -- :: :: _.n_ I 26.6 lye Unknown. _. .99 Lot Rand 9. block 118 __ _____ 00__ _ Btordell. F 3_ 1..SEmerson. r
Lot 41 _ _ ____ _____ on ----- 27 26:10: 5 Knight. J R 06 Lot 197 - - -- _ __ I 26 30 I % Unknown ___on .99 1.011 10 and 11. block 146.Lots .___________ _ _ 1.t6Miller. '.
, 4 Lot 50 _. __ _ -- ._ __ ------ - 27 28 311 5 Unknown _ _ .85 _ _- u___-_- _n. _- -- nuU 1 26 31 I '' U.kno..n. __ .AA 12, 13. 14, block 147-_______ _ J. F. t.70
Lot II __ _ _ n ___ _ ___ .. -- ---- - 27 26:111: 6 Rumm..r. C .1 .81 Lot 21 -. . .u---. -- :: .. 1 I 26 -- l2lJUnnkknnoowwn n_ ..99"ot Lot 17. block 147___ _________ __ ___ Unknown _ _ __ 1.11Semlnole v .
f, Lot 14 _ _ __ _- . -- 27 26 311 5 Jfnkno..n 06 I.ot 229 _- _- -_ _- :::_ -_ n_ 253 0 _ h _ Lots 10. 11. 14. block 148- ___ __ ____ Land AInv. .-
Lot 10' ___ ___ _____ -__. -:--______ 27 28:111: 5: Unknown _ . ..55JS - u -J __ ._ 1 26 30 I\4Emery.\ .1. ___ .9 Co SOOWooaley. :
Lot Ill ___ _-_-_________ --- --_ __-_ 27 26 30 5 \\- nnlnll. L E' ..86Semtnole lot. 24 .u.u--_ _ __ _: ::: :: :::: :_ :_ _n_ 1 I 26 30 30' 1 t 61enn. E. 8.___ ..9 Lot 7 and 8. block 148 __ ____ __ B.-----:- -- 1. 6Batt.
Land" Inv. Co.-. lIub-day ot Lot 22 : : 2 11'Tibbetl.. G. W._ .18l.t Lot IS. block 148____,_________________ F. ____00 1.11 j
all ___ _ __ _- __ __ __ ___ _-__ _ __ _ 28 .211 30 Heminole ---------------------------6, .91 Lot 1. block 148___ __ _______________ a Unknown __ .. Ill
Lots 35 51. 71. 76. 91. I06------- 28 28 311 30. R..mlnol..l.and" w' _u._ __ 30 Lot block 149____* ____ ._____ __ Roberta. :J W __. 1.11 m
1 inv Co 317r' ( 171 Lot 6. block 160 Seminole Land AInv. ;
Lot. 1 and 18_______________________ __ 28 211.0 10 Zobrtekle.. FI..:: 1 25h .ol 11.. ------149-1-0--. 172.15.. : ------00--------- Co 1.IIPreeton. ..
Lots I and 16---------- ___ _________. 2. 28 341 III rnwn. "'. S.. _ 124 398. II. 171' 40' 21 28': :171 3 2 30 26 S..mlnolo Land & Lot 2. block 160._ _ _____ __.________ R---C-_-__- 1.11 1

Lot II ____._______________ ________ 20 28:1: 6 Unknown _ ___ .85 ----------1 1 3 26 mnv Co.h_ 12.60 Lot block 161-.___ ___ ____ ___n__ Land A
t _________ _____ ._. 311 Ii Ba"tpr. R. A. . .86 10 1 Unkno..n _ f 1.61 ,
Lot .1 __ n ;--n--- 20 211 _ __ _._ _ _ 3 ___ __ Ser Co_ .
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B. Co.'. orW"f Lot II _ h _. ____ __ __ ___ .__-_ 3 2 30 I Unknown ___ .9. Lot 8. block 161 ______ ________________ w. E. E- 1.1
of NEB' and 10 .1 Unknown Lot 13. block 161______________________ . _ .
g E6 and 8W1d. Lot 2:1: . _ __ _______ ___ ____ __ 3 __h__ _ '
S _-_-_---__-----_--_---_-__:.- 29 U 30t" Lot 24 -- u _____ 3 26 30 1 Unknown ______ ..11 Lot 10. block 162 _____ ._______________ Unknown __ _n_ 1.16 'd
-....-.t- 15. _ ____ _____________ _____ -- 29 211 311 r. 8emlnole L..nd" Lot 211 I : : : :::.:. :: ::::=: :::::::_:_ __ 3 26 30, ISUnkno..n ___ .89 Lot 7, block 1R4-. ___ _____________ ___ Ballard. H. u_ 1.IS 'j
ii., ; .Inf'o _ _u 116A Lot 272 . _ __ ____ 3 2 I $ Unknown -- .99 Lot 8. block 156______________________ Unknown __ _ _- ...0 ,t
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Lot 17 n __ ______________------n-u 19 24 30' r. \. ..ro..r. E !If n 85Lota Lot 271: .-_-- 3D Unknown I .99 Lot 16. block 18 ____ __________ Clark. R A __ Z.40 ';
- 17 and 4/____________________ __ 29 211 30 10 Empr.on. E n 68R lot 274 .- . __ __ _ -------- _-_--_ 3 t. 30 1'Unknown :::::: :.99 Lot 16 and 1(7_______ ___ Sexton. W H -_ 4.44Mallett.
2, Lot .1 ____ ____n_ _ ___ _____ ____ _+__ 29 211 311 5 F.m..on. F.. _ .81 Lot 303 _- -_ h.n_____ ____ 3 8 26 30 } H Unknown ..ll .99 Loin 7 and 8. block 158. ______________'_ B _ f 4... .3.3j fi
l4" Lot /1 _ -__- 29 26 11P o Clark. R S------.85E"i Lot 804 -.___ 26, SO J4} Unknown -- .89 : Lots A. IO ll.i\ 12. block 1S4- _______ Kirk. T _,_ 10.14
'c ; Land: vCi.8: b.c div. of 3 26 30 3 H Flint -- block'161Lot _____ ________________ .
Seminole & l of NE'"4 and lot 4-------------- 32 16 80t Lot 361 ._ _,_,.__ _ __ ____ __ 9 2.0 1 % Unknown '99 3. block 17Lu.__ _____________ Blckford. C. __ -_ 1.11 *
lot .4 ---------------------------------2 28341 5 Unknown -- ---- .86 Lots 400 and 401----------------------- 2 T Neleo n. J. A-h-- 1' Lot 4, block 171______________________ Beachall. H. --_ 1.11
Lot i. _______._________ ______________ 32 18 30 6 Unknown _ ____ .86 Lot 4677. ____ ___ _________ __ 26 80 m.4Re11T t j. H. ::: '.62 'Lot 12. block 171______-__ ___ __ Unknown __ ___ 1.11 .
Lot "I _______________________________ 32 I' 30 6 Rant..r. F. IIf ___ ,. .81 ttemlnole Land & Sub-dlv of. 9 S.mlnol. Land A
" Lob 68 and 7----------------------. 25 10 Fry..rlC.. J. ".n I.U NE'i and EW 1Co'a and WSt of Lot 6. block 173_n____ _____--_ __ Inv. Co.------ l.ll 6
',) 8emfnole Land. AInv: Co: -bc i;,. of H 28 g .. t Ry rlght way____ __ 4 26 80 Lot IS. block 178:_ _______________.__. Curtis. A. H _ 1.11 :, !
r .11 ...cept E4 or NE'4 and S"i. otSE" RI"c.. 422. 423-.o___________ 2 80 6 Seminole Land A Lot 12. block 17*_________ ____________ Buck: T. L.--___ t.1 M
___n4------- 38 ill 80 42. Inv. Co..._ 2.89 Lot 9. block 176______________________ Unknown h__ .
Lot. I and te__________________________ 33 211'.0 In Rtraub. O. P..oo 1.26 Lot 193 ________ ___ ____ ___-_ 4 4 26 SO 1 H Unknown ---- 99 Lots 19 and 21. block 176-______ ____ Seminole Land A iI
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Lot 1. ___----.-.----------------.--- 311 2f! 30 I Rowers. S. ___ .88 Lot 225 ____________________________ 2 10 1 H Unknown .98 Inv..Co.____ '.11 / )
Lot 18 "-._u_________..-_________-_ 13 2f! 10 6 Wella A. !6L.___ .111 Lot 23 8 _______________ _-______ {4,, 1541w: 1 H( Unknown ::::= ::8 Lot S, block 11----------------- Seminole Land A "
.Lots .I..nd 38--_____-_____----------- II 18 I" 10 MorKan. H. __ 1.21 Lot 2R ____ __ ______: __ _______ IK Unknown Inv. Co.------_ l.ll
.Lote '1':and 10.-______-.____..u88 18 10 10 Coleman.'C A.__ 1.28Lot lot 41. 1 : r 4 11 lii_ _Davis. b. ---- Lot 1 and 2. block 17.-_.____________ # Lanler H. J____ 1.66Moreland .
84 -_.___-.-.__..____..__-__:-_..__. -13 If! .10 S Mliler. J. W..__._ ,86 C. Doo'p. Sub+,--.bi----bfi-.-_.. I 10 R..1.. Lots 1 and 4. block 179.._.-........___. -- '-- D. A., S.16Unknown i'

tAt 73 -__ ---------..-- al II 10 S Masterson J. W. ::81 \Y.9 and 10. __rot..__.,.jj.YlnnrllnK ...-. DOOP.C. W... k,86 Lot 1 block 180........-..___--....__. ..?-..- ..10 (
8emlnoi. lend. & Iny. Co.'. SUb.dlv ot .. r> blook.D -Oly. of lot,, --- Lot lU. block 181---.-__._.. --a-_ .,.. ,' Wilkinson, J. L.. 1.10 /.
.n except SW'4 ot 8W14.-. 84 t4 20q a 1 I 89 Lob IS and 14. block 111 ,ti'1, Wllklnaon ..14
and 43 ___ ______._________ -. -------- I
Lot 28 _.______________ .-------------- 14 26 10 I D..n. E. E.-------$5 Lots 49 end 50, block B ,__ Cary w. H.n Lot 17. lock:181-c-----___________ -. Fay. H. B_ ; 1.10
: Lot It ._ ________ ____________ _____ ____ 34. 26 30 5 Brumby. H 1._ .86 N \V Folsom's Suh-dlv-of lots- I I 3 1.4 Lot 19, block 181____________________ W. A. l.tO a
____.._ _ ___ _ l-&Jiz ___________ Wlkln.on. _
' Lot 88 __ u nnhn 34 24 31) 5 Kenney. M H .8" 240 feet vast of N. W Cor. Lot 20. block 181___'____ C - 1.10
Lot 115 _____________________..,______. 34 26 3U 5 41'lllaon.. R. J._? .85 Ben 86, east SO feet south 150 feet. Lot block 181__________________:_ Hoffman.: H. _ 1.10
Lot 11I. .__ - __.______00 _____ __ __ .__. 34 2fI 811 5 H..w..lt. C __ __ .86 west run 60 feet north 150 t..L..n _ Unknown _ 2.25 Lot 21. block 152------------------.,. Rlalre, 8.) M 1.19
Seminole La",1 II< lny. Co' Sub.diY oft - -- Lot 14. block 184-_ __________ Flint C A ':
NW 3t. 30 rl.u" _,_ __._______ __ 10.41
all "r..rtE" or 44------ 24 Lot block 2----------------------- Steen. M. B.__ 1.21 Lot 9. block 185 Tomllnson. O J 6 1
P lot 18 .. ___ _ __ .h _ . . 35 26 31) 5 1'1,',.,,,, ,, .85 Ifi . Semlnole Land & Lot 1. block 186 Pike it------- 7.19
Lot 45 __ ____ _ __ - 00. -_ -3r. 26 80 6 11.,11,.. M _ _ ..85l..ot Lot 22. block 3 Inv. Co_______ 1.51 Lot 2: block 186 ::::::::=::::::::::::: \\' 4.M i

102 _ _____ _- _ _- - u 35 26 ao r. "nk".n he. .86 4---------------------- Klmea.. H.n 1 ZI Lot A. block 186_ ___________________ Brooks.j.J. B.40Zobrlskle 'J
}' f Got 106 -_ ___ u -_ __ _ -- .. 3r. 28:10: 6 ('oI.I. ... H H _ 81\ Lot 2. 1",1 Unknown Lots and 16 block 18 _______ __ __ F L. 7.94Utt (
,1 Iota 1011 end 1111 _ _ _ n _ 35 211311 In ('row. Il 1)- _ 1.26 Lot Lots'.15.aiuJ( 16 4-------------------block 4_ Wright. DM.n.79 1.91 Lot 1 and R. block ____________ *. W A -- 18.15 i-
'< f 8emlnol. Land l Iny 1'0' uh.dh ofi 4-------------------- ___- Stebbeli. E. H.__ 12 Loll 4. 6. 6. block 189______ ________ Semlnele Land A ,(
i all ______ __ _ - - - . - 34 26 30 Lot IS block __ McQuald. J. H. 6 Inv Co __ _- 11.17 [
I.ot. 82 and 48 __ .. - -- 36 Z6 80' If' Skiff .I' S t 24 Lot II. hl\'k R-- -R oon..- Donmoyer W 226 H Lot 21 and 22 block 190______________ Clln".rman. R R. ....
Lots 12. block A
. _ __ _'. II \\\d.\\I\ M6 11 _ Z.TO 1 1Lot
Lot 41 36 26 ::111 block 192 E
, -- - - block R- _ __ Donmoyer. 5 A. 226 Lot IB. ---- --- -------- l..nlll'.l. "i
IB and 16
Lot ---------------3r. 26:111: 5 Sw "..tZ. "C - 05 11."t *.- Moyer, M F.D._ 8. block 193__ - --__ ____--__-____ Unkno"'n 1.40
__ . I I..IM 1 17 and is. block S 22 _______ _____ .,
Lot 81 H 36 25 30 II MIII..r. J N' 85y Lot 24 block .. _ _ Unknown 180 Lots IS and 14. block 196 Dine. J rKent 8.83 t
{ Lob R2 and 9& . - - - :I 28 30' I" Wllk'no" K !N: 1.24 .00 --0 Lots 22 and 23. block 196_ u n-n -00- A 8.1' .
' Lot 68 . - - -- - - 36 26 30 6 'stebhlns F; H .86 Lot 5. block 8---------------------_ S'mllol..l.nd Inv Co.-----& Lot 19. block 197 _ _ u_ ___ _____ .____ a BonrdmanITnknown A 1.11 'j_

Lot S8 : : : : __ _ _ . :: 36 26 3a 6 I'nkfUwn: :.M6 . __ _ _ Unknown : :__h- Lot 22. block 197_ ________ ____ ____ I l.al
Lot 9. block SLot .
fit 8. _ ___ _ __ __ - 36 28 all 5 Unknue n _____ .86 n. ngl block 198---------------------- Lan"
Lot -- -- 10. block __ _ _ . ._ __ _ Unknown __ Lot 2. R..mlnolt &
98 _- _ - - -. - - u 36 24 a") 5 Witkeraon. 1..1 M6 Unknown _ ( Inv CnBrown. _ 1.lt .i'
\ Lot II. block 8------------------
Y Lot 111 36 26 30' r. n.nold.. I .86 Unknown _- i Lot R. block 195----------------------- J L __ 1.11
Bemlnole I l. i-J'l Inv i'o.'e: ; lIh"I"-- .>. 12. block 8-----------------------. . _ Woodbeck. 1811 i Lot 7 and 8. block 199_ ___ ___ __ S..mh\l.. Land A ,.
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1 _ ____ __ __ :.1. block 8-------- _
all __ ___ _ __ Un_ I 27 30 Inv. Co __ I.U
,i, ) Lot 4 -r- _- ___ __ __ ___ _ __ n__ __ I 27 all 5 I Itnrrlnr. f' .72 Lot 9. block 9 __ _ _ _ ____ Seminole Derr. E. Land E____& 1.80 Lots 14 and 15. block 200 __ _ ___ Semlnole Land n n A. SH.
Lot II __ --- -- - --- -- -- . -- I 27 3n 5 laarrle J K. .72 Lot 10, block 12------------- .._ Inv. Co. 2.25 Inv CoUnknown _ 2.1 ,'1 .
. _ __ _ . . __ .. __________ '
Lot 17 h - -- I 27 3n 5 Swernev. F' L 72Lot Potter O. ____ Lot. 7 and 8. block 200__ i--A _-. .
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It _ .. _ __ . . .._ __ ____ ______ __ I 21" III 5 .72 Lot 17. hlork 1._ _?, ,?--, -- Unknown ._ 2.25' Lot 28 block 200__ ______________ _. Unknown --1.11 __4r. I
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. _ Lot 7. block __ __ _ _ _ l.goMcAllester. : ______ .
Lot 82 _- _ - n - - -- -- I 27 3" 5 Swarnrv. J R._ .72 Lot 19. block 20Lu___ _ ___ ___ Unknown 1.11
33 _ __ _ _ _ Lot 8. block lH. -__ .- - _ _ ___ C. 1.80 .202____ ____ _____ - .
Lot : 72
- -- u u. I 27 ::1" 5 w"'n.\'M" Lots 8 and 21. block Seminole Land A
____ ___ ___ Seminole Land A
f 1 _ .. Lot 14. block 18 __ __ ___ _ I < ,
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34 _ 72 2.
Lot - -- --0- -- -- -- - - I 27 3" 5 Unknown Inv. Co._ ____ 2.10Unknown Inv Co__ ._, 26 y
Lot 47I I 27 314.'. II Unknown u _ _ .71 3.16 Lots 6 and 16. block 204____ ___ _____ Seminole Land & ;;

A1 Lot 51 __ _ -;- - - -- - --- u . ---. I 27 3" 5 Dunb..r. J ------7! LotH Lot 7:. and block 4. block 19_ __19.----------------___ _ _ ___ __ __ : Unknown _____. 1.80 Inv Co --- --- 1.15 '
1.21
2 Lot H -- -.- ----' - - - - I J'T: 311 fi Unknown __ _ .71 Unknown ____ 1.80 Lot 17. block 204----- UnknownSemlnole. __ __ \
19-------- .4-----------
r IOn I 27 3"") 5 MII1..r. A C __ __ .72 Lot 23. hloro Farr. E. P.____: 1.80 Lots 18 and ]1. ..
Lot __ _ . I Lot 24 block 19--- Lnd" \I''
102 _ _ 71 Co 1.16 )
uu - - -- -- :In) 5 I'lIkn"w" Inv :
1 lfA 227i Lot 20. liloi'k 2O. .. .00 _- .- _ __ __ Seminole Land & _________________ '
Lot r-------------------- 31) 5'arr..n.. A. 72 Inv. Co._______ S. 14Stewart. Lot 23. block 2060 Nover. DSemlnoln ___ __ 1.11 ; .

,. Lot 8emfnole 119 -a:;;'. d"i,; -..:';; ;'uh.dlv' -,of- I ::;,7 3n, 6 Ftuw..r. A\" 'J ..71h. Lots 7. M. 9. 10 II 12. block, 20--------- S. 0._ 7.94 Lot 2. block 207----------------------- Inv Co Land_ _ft 1.n j

, $ all except HSS or S\4'Sy,( _ - 2 27 341I '. Lot 21. block 22. __ __ _ . __ ______ Seminole Land_A__ 'I.65 Lot 6. block 209___ ___ ___ ________. ____ Field D. T- .- -.-_ _- ".
Inv. -
"I,' Lot 81 - __ _ L. . _ __ _ __ __ 'n 2 27:1: <> 5 .."'Inol..nd& Ce._ Lot 15. block 209____________ ___ _______ O.rnH.V.. H. 1.1 .
Land A
p In\ Co.- t OY .,11. block 23 _ __ ____ _ _____ _ Seminole Inv. Co._______ Lot 23 block 209_____ ____________ _ ___ Rennlck. _ 1.1. .
i ) .Lo '7' __. 30 __ _ .71 1.1 Ii 210--- ._ __ .11 (
- - - - n. 2 27 5 !\I'flllI. A and 14-. block Caner :J A
Lots
Bearn. O. H I
f7 Lab II and 57___ __ __ __ . . . ____ 2 27 3n Iin flnrb, r. \\'m. .91 Lot 19. bloca 23 - Semlnole 1.1 Lots i 7 and 8. block 214Cunningham.F.C.. .... I ,
Ate, Lob III and 118 -- -. . - - - .-- 2 27 30 1\1 Rn.n. n. hU _ .99 lot 14 block 24--------------------- Inv. Co__ i'd& 1.61 Lotl i and 21. block 216-___-___ _ E. C.6.54 "
8emlI ole Land Iny. (:o'''. Rub-dlY ofE34 Mra.: E. 1.2Unknown 2. block 218________ __________ ____ Otct..l. _____ 4.10
.. timber I..a.e to Klaslmmee Lot 5. Mock 24 ..... Svoke. -- __ _ .___.
"cppt ___ block 219____ _____ Gentle. MArmstrong. __ 4.10
._ 1.2Unknown 18.
Lumber Co__ __ _ __ _ __ _ ____ I' 27 31' Lot 8. block 26_ _-.-..- Lot block 211---------------------- 00 C. W. II....
8)) Lots 45. 41. '7. U. 113 - - . . .. 9 27 30" .5:; ,minOlr l.alld & tat. 11. block 27 _.__ Walch. R. ----.- 1.11 1.2 Lot Lot 20.19. block 219---------------------- Harris. :J. K.. __ 4.10. b'Lot
_. _.___
Lot 16. block 27 -
I"\ ('O.----- 2 09 ___ '.44
Cain J. 1.1Unknown Lot 6. block 222----------------------- Lohey. T. _
1' Bemlnole Land A Inv Cn .Muh-dU ne r Lot 22. block 27.- block 223---------------------- Warren. A. C.2.70.

t all -,---n----------------------_ _, in 27 30 Lot 2. block 28_ ._.-. 1.2 Lot 22.block 228---_______________ Ludlow. E. S.__ 1JO 1
2' Lots II and 125-_ __ __ . _. __ __ _ _ __ in 27 30) 14 Seminole [..and" Lot 3. block 28_ ._ Deal F. -4__ 1.1Mathewt 1.2 Lot 7.ZOo block 124__ ______._ _______ Beokley. d. L.LII !
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Inv. Co- __ __ 1 19Flint. Lot 10. block 28____.-.__ ___ 4. block 237--------------------- .._ Wood F. M.... t.1 r.,
)" I Ii Lot. 4. 11.10.29--- ,- - 10 27 30 20 O D __ _ .163 Lot 1. block 19_ Corcoran :J. ___ 1.1 ,Lot Lot.16, took 227-----4-------__ Miller, Jim W.1.60 oi.
,, l Lot > ---------------------------c--- 10 27 30 5 Unknown _- _ .*1Ollnner. lot block 2 _ __ __ Platt. C. Ru 1.1 2 block 2S1___ __ _--_______ ____ __ Seminole Land A: '''
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Lo i -M-v.\ n -- 1127 311 5 -- ____ ..71Unknown Toun S. t_ 1.1Unknown Lot 9. block 131-______________________ Unknown _ _ l' '
Lo ::. : : -- / 10 27 Sn 6 _ .72Preston / Lot 15. block 30 _._. block 231------r------------- Smith. E. __.__ .. ,
4 1H tot lOt ___ _ ______ _ . _ _ _____ ___-' In 27 SD 5 B--C __ .71 Lot 19. block SO.._ .- Lot 11.block 232-------------------------- lnole Land n A .
(, Lot litaemlnole____________.n____ _-- --- I" 27 3'') 5 Miller. I I. S.-----71 Lot 21. block SO_. Unknown B.-_____._ lU Lot 1. 1 Inv. Co_______ M Q "*
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Land A Inv. Co,,'. 8ub-44v. ot Lot 9. block 30_t Orfaby.Fay. F. M.__ Lot 6. block Ul.n__________ ____. Fuller. O. ]E.____ f.1'\ j
e 3,; all except, timber lease to Klsalm- Lot It. block 31.- Unknown Lot 8. block 11._______________________. Allen J. ______ '. '.
.Lumber Oo.h 11 n 30y Lot 191 block 81. ?
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,0. o\t'lf\ _____: __ __ _"_ __ """ "_ ",' 11 27.0 1 Wilcox\ M. B - .71 Lot 7. 8. 17. 18. block 32 Seminole Inv. Co L1.1 Lot Lots 1. block 111Uo4"l ___________--------o-_____--___ R.umenil.. L___ (
Mt 73---------------- II 17 I" 10 White O W __ .99 __ 1.1. I
1.2t *.. block 111Lor _________ u----- Hoffman. J. '
W _'_ ____ _____ ___ __ 10 5 __ Lot 1 block 32_ Unknown ____ Y.II _
\ Btt84 ... n.n I II 17 Horton. B. M .71 I 1.1Bemlnole 11. block U.___ ___________ Unknown 1
+ Lo .108 .___"_____" --___ __ ________-- II 17.0 I Unknown.72 Let block 32 ._ ______ ___ Unknown Land-A 7 ,and 8, block -2S4- ___________ ___ Unknown ___-__ l. B4 \, >1

{ ,sN' 118 and 138----------------------- .11 n III 10 Blatherwlck.2 W .99k Lot 9, block SS_ Inv Co.______. 1.1Unknown : Lot 11. block 114_____________-______ BI k fo..d. C. ____ 1.1 )
+ V-120-and 121---------------------- \I 17 III 10 Flint O D.- ... 1.96 Lot 11. block 235----------------------- Seminole Land.AInv. :
Land A Inv. CaSt Sub-dlv of Lots 7 and 8. block S3_ -----: .
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1 Lotl"------------------n.----------II 17 10 I JUr.knpwn u_ .a .72 Lot 11. block 36. __, .______ &. Hi:___ Lot S, 1.1. _____________________ Seminole Land A: i t
/Cot tl __ _.:__________ ____00_ _____.___ 17 an 5 Inv 1.1 bK 1.10'
t Lot 41 __________________ _________ ____ 11 27t III 8 Randolph. EHW.. 7.71 Lot 1. block 55'-T- Unknown -;:M. 11..11 Lot 9. block |3T-------------------____ Schoaley Inv. Co.----, M. A._ 1.64Bemlnole .
I Lot 4. ___..-____-_______ __ ___00---.__ II 11 I 1 It I TTnknewn ------ ..T 13: Lola S and t. block .5_____._______ Alexander. 1.1 Lot 1. 2. 21. block Land A: - 'nf!
f ..Lot 71. _,.-....__--____*-______________ I annon. C. CDodae. .__ ,. Lot 7,. block SI____ ______.__? Sb.r.--' 1.-------------- Inv 3,1pv3Pk I
i'' -Lot $2. _..--.-- -------------------- I' 17, .0 I C. C.____ .,. Lot IS. block SC______________________ P. ...1 Lot K block tit.______________ Floyd. Cod. C.-
Lot IH _____________ I' 17 .0 i Har.aeman. J. B. .'1 Ix>t. 16. 14. 17. 18. block 35------------- era.> i- Lot .. block lt._ ________________,- Bemlnole . Ii'. I
landInv.Ca a Hub-div. Ofa Lot 20. block M S ; Lnd" .
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Umb.. 1._ to 10.-block 111.-_____ _
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,' 11114' 10- _..------ ---:---- -- --- II 37 10 I SemlnoU .. A: Lot. It and block S7-:-::::: ::= LotTll.. block it.,____________________ Perrin8aA .__ ,Lie,

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eV -.Lola..1' tnd 14. block IIf'' _______ Unknown ':._____ 2$ Lot u. __.a.-__________.... 1 t.T 1lb W: ::;;;:-'a."I'- 1AflrrUa and.J" ._.._.......------:?",,- >- ,
CLota 1,.1.' 11.14. block 368_____? Seminole Land Lot 114 a--- ___.._______-____ ( Unknown s.._. 1.81 Lot.'I, 7. 1.. block 15_=..;=; . -
Inv.'CO.------ : Lot .,.._. x Unknown 1.1. Ikill Ha'n... _. 1.77
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Lot 1.bloek 361__?___________ Kar.roan.; -j-B.: tU Lot 151 __.--r.________.______.___..-v..:.. Unknown __w I." Lot.'i 1 .nd *51---.i---_.. .....__ Unknown' _-__ ?
t I.11 plock'261_,_______..___________ Barro", .. .111. 8._ t.1 Lot 117 ________....___.__.______ Unknown ,..._, I.'. Lot U. block 15- ._ _____._____ +__ ".3I
'" .' block 111.._______________. Kine. W. O.:__ t.II Lot UI _________________.___?_ Unknown to..__- 1.11 Lot 1" block 66..1.__.. ._---7-------_ Unknown ____ .'1 {
t 1I..block 366--- ----------_- Unknown 1.11 Lot U' -..___?____._____.___ Unknown __ ___ 9.31 lot 1 block .__.....___ RoD.na 10. _. ...... .rl '
Lot lb block 115-__ ___________..___ .- Ward, A. J.---- t.11 Lot 110 ___..__.__-__.,.___.___?_----- . Unknown _-.._ 5." Lot. l Itlld 6 1.----_.-___-_____.,..,. Unkllown :__.,... .t. 1
,\'Lote 1 and 3 block 15._-.____________. Hebner O. W.___ 1.1 tK In --------..- _--__________ Unknown -_____ 9.11 e. btecki4----_.-_ 1 Ha'n... A. ..-ae-: .f %
'.Lot 11. )>Ioc 157_________ _._____ ... Unknown -_____ I.U : 113 _____..____--.________________ UnllnDwll _____ 1.81 Loot 1 .Ie 813. 11. 14. 111. block 17. Hayn.a A.. _.___ LW?
':4 "Lot I'. block 117_________--______,..- Means. H. C.-___ ..L.l Lot l.a ------------ ---.--------- ..Unknown.-? .. Lot l block a7i------------___._ N.I.on. M. _____ .,.
.1. "Lot I. block 1&1_______________________ 8emlnoleand .. Lot Ilf _________? _$_______.______ .. Unknown __.___ I..14 Lot. 0,4. t. 1. I. ,1111 10 __ _____ W..... W. ______ .,.
1 -- Inv. Co.------- Lot 115 _-T._.___.'_ __________._..... Unknown _____. 1.14 Lot 5. block 10. block 11 H.yn... A. __? 1.17
'Ut U. block 25----------------__.__ AD.rmu, B.::::: Ut Lot II' ___.__ .___ _____._________ Unknown ':.____. 5.14 Lot 11. block IS-------------------------118__ ___ 11or..t. I. H.___ .
'Lot I. block 15._?-___._____?______. r Seminole Land" Lot 117 __.:________._ Unllnown ______ 6.81 lot 17 __ ____________-? Unknown -___-. .71 4
q In". t.1I1 Lot 118. ------------r--___________ Unknown ______ 5.14 Let. 1: 9 block8.r, t. 6c 0. ':11: block 6/------- Hardy. A -
:Lot n. block 261---------------------- M.rydla Haute.. A. ::=: : ti
O. cot------ 1.1 Lot t. block 1-----------------________ A.__ .71 Lot 4. block 5.--_.________________.__ Jenkins. I. _..__ afl
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lLot. 5. I and U. block 110_____________ Seminole Land Lo t'S __________._ Sne n.wmt.0._____ .n Lot 8.10.block block 6.-_____ ____..__________ Unknown _:___ t
In" Cu.-______ '.00 and 10 block 1-- ________ . Olhl'Jlore.' Ed. __ ... Lot 6/-_______.________ _._ O. .__
t 18. block !60______________________. Unknown ______ I.U Lot 1-------------------? ?___ Unknown ______ Lot 111. block 1.____.________.._.__?___ Manning JD. _A.__ ,
I t 22. block 110______________________ __ Mack H. M.____ 1.11 Lot 6 t.i.block___________________-.____ r--- GO<''IlIol.. E.-- .fl Lot.1.1.. 2 block 6 5.__..-__-__-_________ ..__ Fair. a. _...__
t. I. 22 2. block 111-_______ Seminole Land t Lot \1. block ._______________________ ..:. Unknown ______ .ft 3. block 7, 8, H' 12. 11, 16, block 10. A. jl'
Inv. Ca_______ 1.00 Lot I. block In_____________________ Unknown -------I Loot 60------------------, : : Pollock: J.: :=:: :
.. o t 7. block 281_______________________ Boyce. 3.. E.t__ I.U Lot I. block ._______________________ 8mlth. 8. 0.___ __ .f 1 Lot 4.1. block 'O____?________._-__ __._ -
,11p t 8, block Il1n_____________________ Hamllt.n 3. ___ I.U Lot I. block 3______________________:: Unknown ______ .ft Lot I. block block '0_________.__________.-..: _. x Mobl.y.1$. J- 1
I.ot U block :::1 Han.com' A A._ 1.217.et Lot B. block 1________?_______________ 'Vaehlneton. G,_ ..71Fractl Lots I, 4. 61_---------_____________ 'Vlnlam. R. ?_ .1' h
: block :::::::::::::::::::::: 8emlnole Land & lot 9. block 1_________-:_______ "_ __- Unknown ___ __y ..UFracn Lot 5, C. bloc_ 12--_- 11ayn.. A _____ L
I. block 62_____________ ___________
Inv. Co._______ 1.11 lot 10. block 8------------------- Unknown ____ _63Fractl. Brawn I. __.___
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'Lot U. block IU______________________ 1fn.ey B. L.n I.U lot. U. II 13 U. U. 18. block 1_' '.- Unknown ___n_ I." Wt I. block U___________.__________._ ; orltlln. J. h___ .71
,'Lot 15. block 18.______________________ Unknown _____ 1.lt Lot. 10. 11. 14. Il. block ,_____________ Smltb. 8. U191 Lot Lot. 5. 8. f. 10. 11. II, 1.. 13 block 63__- Ha'n.. ..... _u__: I.e'
i {Lot .... block 161_______________________ Seminole Land Lots 1 and 4. block 4.:________________ Unknown u____ ... Lot ;: block 1----------------------------- Timberlak. J..
'. ..-:. .... . '- Inv. Co-__ I.DI Lot 6. block 4__:______________________ .. -Th"rmAn. M. ___ .71 block _____:__:::::::::::::::: Steven. J. 'p,__= :d
''It 1'8. block 181-------_______________ Rwarts, C. 1.11 Lot 13. block 4________________________ Klnr; B. _______ .71 Lot Lot u. block *-.--- -------_________- j. __hL
: ; I. 8. t. 10. block 1.-------------- __ Seminole L----- Lot U. block 1------------------------. ekins I. n___ .71 Lot 1. block $8----------------------------V IAnl"l--__-- 'ZI
n.'' inv. Co._ ______ 1.74 Lots I...'. U. 16. block 5______ ___ 8mttb. 8, 0.__ n_ 1.0' Lots 1. blo..k 63------------------------- ______ 'f.
Lo"-, and 4. block 264----------------- _ M'C'O..aC'hln' J. ___ 1." Lot I. .. f\cl4.\ _____:-_________________ .". ._ Unknown _n___ ..71Lot . 1.b blo"K 16 U. n. U. block U__ Ha'n.. . 1.13
Lot. 1. 7. 8. 9. block 18&________________ 8emlnole Land 8, block 5_________________________ Unknown ____ __ .71 Lot Lot.5,I 64_________________ ______ ....
Inv. CO._______ 1.74 Lot 11. block 6---_ ByrdA _______ .71 block 64k.----------------------- Mack. F.
.Lot II. block 1418______________________ Oaln.... Wm. ___ I.U Lot 12. block Hayno, A. __ n_ ,.71 Lot 14. block 6/______________________. .R..dden, B.--- 'Z'.71
Lot 4, block 117 n_____________________ Aeminble Land Lot. 1. and I.5--------------------------- Unknown __ __ __ .\1, Lot. 20 and 21. block 64________________ 1 Unknown __---- .f1'Lots

Inv. Co.-______ 1.lIi lots f and 4. block ,__________________ Smith. 8. 0._____ ... 611 block1665------------------------------, __.__ I."
.Lol. t. 11. 12!. block 187____________..___ Kaufman A. J.__ 1.70I Lot f. block 6_________________________ Unknown .,_ __ ..71.IIbl b Am tho 6.O _____ .79
ILot 10, block 217______________________ Flarln J. P.__ I.U Lot. 16. block 8 A 146 Lot. and 10.'block '5__________.__ Unknown ------ f
Lot. 15 and 188 block 117______________ .- --:- -Rohrbackt'r. 1.n__ l.tl5 Lot ? 6_____ ___:::::::::::::::- - Unknown __:::: ..73lot. Lot II. block 66-_=__ H._ .f'
'Lot 7. block B_______________________ Buell. G. _____ 1.1 I. 4. 9. 10. 11. 12. 18. block 7_____: A. _____ 3.31 Lot 10. block 65-------------------------- WII.m-0___ I
Lot 10, block 268----------------------- Chevalier A. n u I.U Lot 8. block 7______ ________ ___________ Renders. R, 8.n_ Lot U. block Un_____________________ __ Fall' __-___ ,1
''LoC 18. block 368______________________ ___ K..mp. I. W.n__ I.U Lot 8. block 7--------------------------,,_ Oodboh. E: ... _ .71 Lots 1. I. I. 4. 5. block //____uu_--- ne. H. ____ 1,11
Lot U. block 21.___________________ Seminole Land Lot. I and 4. block 1__________________ Unknown ______ .91 Loll. block 67--_____ ____________._ Unknown n____; ",
.. Inv. CO.n_ 1.51 Lot. 5 and 11. block ______________ ,,_ Ha'ne.. A. _____ .91 Lot 3. block 67__ _______. ______________ Unknown _n_ .
Lot 15. block U9--------------.---...--- Unknpwh ____ I.n l.ot. 6 and 7. block 3__________-_w __ Unknown ___00 .91 Lot. 5. 6. 7. block 87__.__ ______________ unkno .
'Lot I. block 270____________________._-_ Bourne. D. Rn 1.11Lot Lot 9. block 1--______ _____&______:__: 'JnknoWrr ------ .T 1 Lot .3. block 67- -.----.-?- - Sneed J.nd'u.
2. block H----Uh--------------- "oburn. A. 1ILn 1.85 Lot U. block B__ ________ __ 'nknown ___u ,1 Lot. 16 and 14, block 6--: Unknewn .
Lot 7, block Z7I-__--_____--___________ Unknown 1.15 Lot. 16 .and 1/. block 8u_ ... Unknown 00 ___ AfLot. Lot 2. block .r : :::::::::::::::: .- Unknown :i:= :H
ot 13. block 272______ ____________.___ Fran"cia""j."Hl"Tllton. 1.36 1. 2. 1. 4, 6. 9. 10, 16, block-9-------- Haynea, A. 261 Lots 8' 4, 5. 0. 25. block 66 1
: ot 14. block 171______________________ R. J.__ _ 1.36Lot Lot II, block 9________________________ -.# Unknown 72 Lot 9, blockB_:__:____ __________:::: t ':: A-:: IU;
20, block 272______________________ Josnowskl. 8.n 1.35 L.ta II and 15. block ,____ _________ ::. Unknown -_ -- H9 Lot U. block 6--------------------------..'_._ M. hU .Tt
.Bt 1. block 17*. __--_--______________ Unknown nn 1.415 Lots 1 and 2. block 10_________________ Haynea, A. 99 Lot: I8. block 68- I P. T!
Lot. 7 and 8, block 277.L______ BouenlgOillman., C _____ 2 84 Lota 1 and 4. block 11_________________ .,, Unknown "f! Lots 3: 6, 6. 7. 8, ]o-ii.bi k":::::::: : _:::: .2.: 1 ;
Lot 20. block 379______________________ -. M. J.__ 1.415 Lot 1, block 11________._______________ o Horst. J. H- Lot. I and 4. block 1'___ ________u____ ____ Unknown._____ ...t
Lot 9. block 280ot _______________________ Seminole Land & Lot I. block II_____ ___________________ _, Wbltt d. Ed- 71 lot. 1. I. 4. t. block 70__ n____________ H. ". -- __.__ 1.11
__. Inv Co. __ 1 tl5 Lot 6. block 11_________________. ______ Tlllla. A. -j .7' Lot 7. block 70 la__.. --.____ --__ . Allen. .'I
10. block 280nn-h-------- Unknown _ 1.415 Lot. 7, 8. 10, block 11_________________ A. 1.14 Lot. 1. I. 7. I. 9. I. 13. U. U. Blk. 1 Hayn. A. -----
t .7. block 181 ________________ _______ Unknown __ n __? 1.15 Lot 9. b __ ___ __ Haynes n O W. 71 Lot 4. block 7t.___ __ ?________.__ ____,, wSpaulding.. O. 1.1 t
t'. block 282ots ________ _______________ Smith. O KHaaenv.tnklp..n __ 1.IS Lota II and k1&lb .;j(11 -,-- -------- Unknown .8/ Lot 6. block 71__.____ __ _______.______ Burney T. r. ."!
ZS and 24 block 212._ ______ HRnrlne 11.22 Lot. 14 and IS block 11::_:::::::::::: Johnson R O-_ .tlt Lot 1. block 7------------------------ EDC. M. .__= .'1
.Lot 8. block 184- C. ___ 1.15 Lots 2. 3. 5, 10, 11. 12. 11. 14, 1& 16. .. Lot 1. block 71--------------------------- Unknown ______ ."1
Lot 7, block 284_______________________ Miller A. C.00 ____ 1.15'' block II ________.__?______________ .... Haynes, A - 841 l..ot. 10. II. U. block 72n________ Hayne. ..... _____ 1.11
Lot 6. block 28*_____ __________ _______ Seminole Land A Lot 9. 12 Unknown -_ _ 71 Lot I. block 72__ ____'. ___ ____________ Cooper. W. W._ 1
Inv. CoKestner _.___ 1 61 : : 1 I"J\ block l 11 --------------- - Unknown - 99 Lot 7. block 72---------------------------- Unknown' ______ .i"
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|_ _Lot 4, block 286_______ __________ ______ E. H n 1.11 Lot. 1. 6. I. 9, 10, IS 16-.-block- II Haynea. A. SSI Lot I. block 71______ _________________ 7leayton D. .--
'Lot 1. block 28____ ____ ________ _______ r>ode.. C CTBeminole __-- 1.11 Lot 8. block Il---n.h________:::::: .r Mclver. M. - - '72 Lot. 6, 6. 7'e, 9 10. 11' block 7$ Harnee A. .'J'
Lota 18 and 21, block 287. _. ____ Land n A Lot 12, block 11___ _____________ _______ Htevena. L. 71 Lot 8, block 73-------------------------: Unkaown _:::= :,71
Inv CoLeavltt. .____ 2.26 Lot IS block 13------------------------- Hender-on, M -- '72 Lot. 1.4. 41. 6. 9, 1. II 1. 16, bal 74. ]laynea A. A
,Lot 24 block 288______ __ _______ ______ .F. :J.-_-_ 1.21 Lot I. block 14_________________ _______ Hlnea. E. -------.7. Lot I. block 7/__ __ ._____________ i Unknown ____ 2.. 7
Lot 24. block 289______ _______________ Unknown __ 1.21S Lots 1, 4, 6. JO, It 16 block 14_________ Haynea, ..... Lot 7. block 74--------------------------- .. Unknown _?_-- r
'Lot. 7 and 14 block 2 0.<..._ __________ 00 Lot 6. block 14---------------------------- Unknown '72 0. 9, 16. block 3.. 'i
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Inv CoHideout ____ .25 Lot 8. block 14________________________ Smith 8 O.h_ 71 Lot block _: I.:_ __ ___ ____: : :::: t:, : : _:::= : I
'. -Lot S. block 2JO S 00-_ 1.21 Lot 18. block 14___________________.___ Washington, G- .76'1 Lots. I Z. 5. 6. 7. I. 10. I. block 7Q___ ) .... A. _____ I. 7
Lot 16. block 591.==::= ==::=::::::::::: Seminole Land-A Lot 16 block 14____________i__________ Unknown uH 71 Let 8 block 76__._ ___ __ ____ ________ _._. ." ... ---3 ri
Inv CoReminole ._______ 1.51 Lot 1. block 15______________ ________ Unknown '71 Lot. 11 and H. block 78__ __________. .__.q ._ Unknown __?-- '
Lots 19 and 20. block 292.________ -___ Land A I Lots 2. 4.8. _J1. 12. block 15?_________ H aynea, A. 2.06 l.ot. I, I. 8. t block 77____________ ____ Haynes A. _. 1. 3 .., "
__ __ 2.t5I Lot 5. block 16_______._______________ 'fe yrd. A. _-. 71 Lot. k 6. 9. 12.. 14. block 78 Hayn.. A : C '?
Lot 6. block 29S-._____________________ -- Don.C'; B-B:__ _- 21 1 Lot 14, block 15_______________ ______ t \ Unknown .7. Lot. 8: 4. block :__ __ _____::::::: Jones C. p::: I: 6' '
Lot 9. block 23.______________________ Seymour. L. R.__ 1.21 Lots a. 4. 6. block II u 1.21'' Lot 6, block 78__ ________ ________ ,--- Unknown : ,3'r: ,
Lot 4. block 194_ __ Lots 6. 9, 18. 14 block-I6:::::::::::::: Unknown-------- 1 61 Lot 10. block '78UnkUnknown= ::::= : r
lot 14. block 26.-::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown Seminole Land, "* 1 21 Lot 11, block 16,-- : '. Unknown --- 71 Lot 1. block 79______ _._ ____________ .. Wayman, W. __ I ''
Inv Co 1.61 Lot 1. block 18 ------- '------------- HtftHsmlth. H P. :71 Lot I. block 79________________________ ._. Unknown ______ 1:
Lots 1 and S, block 28B________________ a Younir. C- S=:: : 1.96 Lot 4. block IS:::=:::::::::::::::::::: Unknown __ nn 71 Lots 4.5.7. I. 18. block 7._____________ . .. Hayne.. A. ---- S
Lot 2. block 297_______________________ Ttroadhurst. I. __ 1.21 Lot 1. block 18-_____________________ HaYnes A 72 Lot 1. black 79_______________________ __ ]larby. B, ______ 'J'f"
Lot 21, block 297________________ ______ Wllcox. M E..__ 1.21 Frac. lots 6 and 11. block IBu________ Unknown ____h ;.7 Lot I/ block 7fUnknown ___:._ t
Lot 1. block 298----------------------- Unknown ____0. 1.11 Lots 12 and 18. block 18_ _____________. -- Unknown ,,99 9 Lot block 80____.______ ___ _______ Unknown .7. v ;
Lot 1C. block 299------------------------ Semlnole Land A Lota 1 and 4. block 18------------------- Unknown i Lot '. block 80-- Manning d--.__-.' 1
Inv Co __ 1.81 Lot I. block Darby. B. .73 Lot 4. block oroom..7, A.._ :f 1
: 19---------------------------
Lot.. 8. 4. 6. block 299_____.___________ S ;. J.'yr":_. : 270 Lots IS and 19 ,, Haynea. A ----- .71'' Lot. 5. 9. 10.-80------------------------ H.". A ___. .. w
Lot S3. block 301---------------------- RemtnosalLandimith. II: Lot 12. block 19__ __ __....:::::::=::_::: Jacobs M. ----- : Lot t. block Uak.ewtfj ..
t Inv CO 1.61 Lot 18. block 19________ _________ ____ Lanajley :J. .78 Lot 8. block 80_______.________________ Bowen X32 y
Lot *, block 102_______________________ Buckley 'jJi'-t;: : 1.21 I, S, IS. 16. black lOu_______?_____ Hayne. A, ---, 1.62 Lot 1. block B--------------------- -.?__ .
*Lot ]0, block JOS______________________ Unknown _._ 1.21 Late S and 8. block 20 Unknown - ... Lots I. I I. 4 Orgy' ___ 1..'f .
;Lot 10. block 104______________________ Jackson W A n.__ 22B Lot 6. block 10_______::::::::::::::::: Williams. B__.- .72 Lot 11. 'lock 0---_____ __ ______ Bal,. _.___._ .12 e
Lot SI block 804______________ _______ Unknown ___ 1.11 Lot. 1. 2. 9, 11. 11 14. 1. block SI______ Hay"." A. _--- 1'ItM Lot 11. block 0_______________________ T.aet.r.1__ '. .
'Lota 1. 2. 8, 7. 8, 21, block SO*. ._-____.__ Seminole Land 0. Lot. 2. S, 6, block 11__________________ --- ? Lot U block 0______ _--___________ __ Jf .
Unknownii
.: Inv. Co.u_ 6.24 Lot 4. block 11Fractl ________________________ L. Lot 1. block 0______.________________ __ Unknewa c_ .'J j
Lot. 20 and 31. block 107______________ Ba N. D.___ __ 1.96 lots 7 and .. block SI__________ Unknown ------ .71 Lot block 0-------- _,-. : Hend.rson.A._ ".72
..I '''Lot IS block 808______________.____.__ -- H ugh ird es. J. FTowle. __ 1.11 Lot I!. block 11..,____________________ Ste-vens. J. P.--- .71 Let 15. block 0________._______________ Jones C. F.__ .,.
block 109____________ _________ Lot ? .71 Lot n. block 0______ __._______ ___
,Lot 1. ? J. ______ 1.11 16. block 11______________________ Unknown -- --- l'U HampoD 1. .. 441 .
' Lot 11. block 109______-___.__________ Pllnif O. D._____ 1.11 Frac. Iota 1 to 1. Inclualve. block !!_.__ Unknown ------ KI..IIEI C.TY. .
. Lot 9. block 110______-___?-.r.----- Wright, J. Epavlaojv .___ 1.11 Lots 11 and block 2i__.?__________ Haynea. A.._- '9fLot. A..t..
''t Lot 18. block.810_______........--- A. 1.00 It Unknown ..- N A'1 block I----------------f------- MlllsrJ.. W.___ _
\ Lot. 7 and 1.. block Itl\-....--------- 'Oln.... J_ t'!.__?__-_*_ 18 Tote :L1.sa3. 7, I, O I -iii: hiii;;; -- Haynes. A. ....- 2:!! All _west ,.11
$r,1qt.9, 10't'llIOOk U1 ...-.-uu,.:_ Ifji mpjoM.C. i.11 Lot 11. block 81'::-':.",-.;w-::_::'_=':::: _: :: j\f b..rd.on. H.... I'U 100 feet ore south end lot ...__-. '- HpBltaaRobl-, r
' 'Lot IS, bloek 811_......_,.._,.._.__._ nunbar. J. ,_ '1.81 Lot. 1. I. 4 I.. > '5. HaYlle. A. -- ... Bear. 80 fact north of S. H. Cor of Blk. : i', ,. '.-
.Lot 14V block 811. __..____..:________ fiweeney; F. 1 ..w 1.81 Lot I. block ./-7.1 I.IL..__block.2e..+ .. .1".' ,Unknown --.- 7' 11. west of A/ C. I- Ry., run north *' .._ : ..
::71 <
Lot 16,- block lit __w_?__?___.w __ Sweeney, J. R._: LSIBween Lot 8. block 14.__.__. _....... _:.______ ; U1Iknown...--, '' ,...t west 100 feett south (ft- feet. -' ,i." ;.. ", '
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1 ','Lot 16; Muck' .It.._-..________?_.__ .:-:. .y, M: D.. 1.11 Lot 10.. block 14.,.___:_?_______.___ '-h'Yg,"" I. ; a. ,--? .71 180 feet -..--.... ; q'u, W.41..W. .... i.'.
'Lot 18. block' 81SLota ________?-__________ > Krdman. J. K.__ 1.11 Lot 11. block .4_.__:___________.:__ Uvan9. ..---.. .71 B.I'. Res.Wlv1..2 Lwt U "' ''7et. ,I', "I" i' :
1, 2. /. blook SIS_____-:__:_________ Bemlnole Land A Lot \,14. block 14..____________________ UnknownW.A.--1 A P.yae'Addltl.. ' :. :,;"1" '',), ? : .' "
: ( 1.00 Lot 14 block 14_______________________ Jack.on.R. : Lota 1 and 1C block A-- : "Rlchadon Lip 1
- Lot ft and 10. block 818.Lot .-_.;,..________ 'Rio"l ._: 1.96 Lot 1. block 26_______________________ B.-- 71 lot block p--- i ZI .1.
7, block 814_______________________ Seminole Land'LLot Lots 2. 45. block 16;,.,....__..___ ..____ t Unknown __.__" III -H. H. P. D. ... ..lt _ I_ .' .
Inv. Co. _____ Lots-: 7. 8. 14. 16. block 110. _____ ______ Haynea. A. ----- I L. S and 8, block __-_"_____________ Red John -1.11
8, block 114______________________ Rowland -MB.:: Uf Lot. 10 and 16 block 2S_______________ UnknownLewis. ------ ..* 8, bloek O-------..?,-..-,---s- Mobile 8.11':
Lot 10 block 114_____._______________- Burton Wm. 1.21Green. Lot 11, block B. ------- .78 Lots 7 and 8. block O____ _u______::___ 1hom. WaJter. A
Lot. 11 and 14, block 114._____________ J. O.n n 1.96Rohrbacker. Lot 11. block 25---------------------.. __ __ ____ __ Anthony. JSpauldlnr. .1! 1 R. I._.'. A.eltlsbI .11 4
Lot 11. block 116._____________________ __ 1.11 Lot 18.. block 25--------------------j.- -- -- -- .__ 0---- ..ots 4 and 6, block 2------------_' ___ Mallory. John _. ....
Lot 6."block"lil Dicker W. BL__ 1.21 Lot 1.block 26------------------------ Unknown ------ .73 Lot 2. block 8VH _______________..,_ ,-- Roblnton. U.... ....
. Lots 10 and 1J block 111._____________ Unknown __ __ 1.96 Lots .. 3. 4. 6, 7, 9. 10 11. 12 16. Blk. 1* Haynes, A. -- -- I 44 \ of lot 4..less a strip 45 feet wide .
Lot 11, block 118._____________________ Wolf. C. __- 1.21 Lot 8. block S* i*---n-----r-- UnknownUnknown ------ .73 a..ro. west end of block 16__ ____ Thompson.Bapney 111
Lot 12. block 120______________________ Burns D.-*Tu 00__ 1..21Lot Lot 18. block 26------------------------- ----,- ..78 L. A I. C..'. ..... ,
Lot 1. block 111_______________ __ ___ .ll Unknown _ 1.21 Lot 1. block 27________________________ Brown N. BLot .---- 72 Lot I .. .._ __ ----- -__ _*______ _____ WI.olI.I. Ht I.94
6. block 111ot .____________________ Unknown _-__ _n._ 121Olbbons. 2. block 27Iots ________________________ Mobley, B J.--- .78t Lot _-_ ___ __ _ uu.n_ .__ ....
_ 10. block 122______________________ J. D.__ 1 21MprBan 3. 4. 5. 10. 11. 14. 15 block 27______ Haynes. A. _n__ 'S3 Woodall n. I..'. Mafe-dlvl-lM. 8.. '
pots 12 and 18. block 821.____________ H ____ 1.96Semlnole Lot 12. block 27_____ _____ __ __ _______. UnknownHaynes -- ---- '71 IUI. IH. 417, .F. .A 1. t .. Add.
Lot 2. block I14Lota ____ ___________________ Land & Lots 2.4.9.11. block 28 __ __________ A. .,.-- 1 62 Lots 10 and 1. QHtK _ _____ ___ Balled O.. .E.... .9>
Inv. Co -- 1.51Thomas. Lot S, block 28________;_______________ Bowen. ''iI. BOo__ '72 N. E. of lot 6. runs south 125 ._. '
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_t and 4. block 124__+, ___:___ ___ A.(1 1 96 Lot 7. block 28_______ _________________ Unknown ------ ,72Lot feet, west. 81 feet, north 126 feet. ._. '
Lot. 12 and IS block 24-_____________ Unknown ___ n 1 96 14. block 28_______________________ Sheffield. P. ---- '78 ...tlI5 f __-_ unnU__ -_ __ Guernsey, J. !,__ ...
Lot I. block 826______,-----_---------- Smith J. ____0. *.Z1 Lots 16 and 16 block 28_______________ .. Unknown 00 ____ '.91Lot M Derbyshire's *. -.IY.I.. ef ,,
Lot. 6 and 7'. block 126_________________ Seminole Land AIni Mock 29______ _____ __ Hayn. A - -- 72 r of l..l _
-. Co _ _____ 226 Lots..6i. 1. 8. 6. 7. 8. 10. block-SOvots :::::::= ... Haynes, A: _ : _ { 88 Lot, 1. 5, 6. ,8. 9, 10----------- Unknown ,.-__ 4.1O
Lot 16. block 327_______________------- Seminole Land A 6 and 9. block 80----------------- > Unknown _ _ 99 Heit N. W Cor of lot 78. run east 11744 j
Inv. Co._______ 1.61Semlnole Lots 2. 6. 7. 9. 18, 14. 16. block 31-.' Haynes. A. _____ 2 38 feet, south 105 vet, west 117 feet. '
'LTX 6, mock 129_______________________ Land & Lot 4. block 81________________ ________ . Thomas. C. _____ 72 north 105 te.lun_____ \_____ Sanders. W J.__ S.1S
; Inv. Co._____ 1.61Bemlnole Lot 6. block 81.___ ___________. ________ r Jones E. 00 ____ .727E BfK 11 feet N E. Cor. of lot t
Lot 11, block 110._,_---------------1Lota --- Land A : Lot 8. block 31.________ _______ uu__ UnknownHaynea Uh__ 80. runs south 45 feet, west 116 feel '
Inv. Co____._ 1.61Calkins Lots 1. 8. 4, 11. block 32 A.Unknown north 46 feet, east 816 feet___==._- ._ __' S,.. .
1 and 4. block 180_________________ C. H.-_ 1.951 Lot 6, block BiiO:__t._________::::::=::: _=:::: I.n O..I. 8 feet .outl of N, E. Cor of lot 80. Cr"D C .
Lb2e 6 and 6. block 1I0n____________ Kirk. T ___ 1 96 Lot 7. block 82____ ____________________ O____ 71 10ut feet. west 116 feet. i
Lot 10. block 111._____________________ HaY e r. 1HrsB.__ 1 21 i Lot 12. block 32 Alston J.--- .71 north feet east t..ln_ Henen.. J. A.___ 1.7' /
'. //Lota 11 and 12. block 831______________ Raby. F. C.n 1.95 Lot 14.: block: 32==:==:::=:::=::=::_:::_ Tlmberlake 1 :J _: :.78 Lot 8 -._ _-_ __ _31__ .. -.-,_ -- MIL.. 111. E.___ 11.11
Lot 12. block 882---------------------- Seminole Land A I tots 1. 4. 7. block S3.___ 000000_______ Haynea. A. _n__ 1.1. PrMpeet Park. .
." Inv Co __u___ 181 .ots S. 7. IS. 18 bock Sox ______ _.______ .Haynes, A. __ 00 151 Lots 25 and 23------------------------ Curry, T. !*___.. -1'.11 '
Lot 1C. block 18S__ ______ ______________ Unknown ______ 1,21 : >t4. block 85..oft _______________ _______ Best. J. WLewis. .____. .72 Lots 96. kt 9un---- Earl. A C.Hanaell. .____.. 11.1' -
Lot 1. block $94----------------------- Seminole. Land A I block 85_________ 8. __ _00 .7! Lot 89 less Bel. .. .
Inv Co____ __ 1.1\1'' Lots 8. 6. 8. 9. 10. block Haynes, AHemninire., _____ 1.79T2 316 feet, 252 feet, east 315 feet. ;
Lot 11. block 118______________--______ Seminole. Land A I Lot 7. block 88___ _____ 86----_ H __ north 262 feetRobert ---.- T.1.07
Inv. Co.______ 1 81Semlnole Lola 18 and 18. block, U- Unknown n____ 99 Basa Adoltlea.: ,
Lots 1.2.3. block 339 ____ ___ ____ Land Lot 1. block 17.h- - Oran BUnknown. __00 ____ .7: B% block BLTurner, .___ '..0
Inv Co_______ 800 Lots 8 and +R--_ -- ''Shoemaker** ....1"1.1.. of Bloeks D.
,Lots 7 to 18 Inclusive. block 340______ Semlnole Land A Lots 8 7 8 4&blrfk"E-----m-----, ;;; Haynes A' . 1.71: .. l'
Inv. Co.-- 971Unknown Lots 10 and ] !'. block I7_:::::::=:::::: Unknown; _=:::: :,9/ BV4 of lot 4------r- jonnatoa. \
. Lot. 11 and 12. block 142__ ____________ .:::_::::.:: I 95Semlnole Lots S. 4. 6. 8. 8. 38 Haynea, A 1 7* Lot 14 __'n.uu.n_________ Oaraden, J.1. t.1f 4
, Lot. 17 and 18, block 144______ ______ Land A Lots 7.: 9.: 10, 11. NOfr. block-38:::::::: UnknownHaynea _:.::.:::: 208S59: All block 4Th-------------------------- Hutton J. M.._. 1.81 :)

.. .' Inv. Co._______ 2 25 Lot. 1. a. 6. 6. 7. 8, 9. 1\. block 8.00____ A.Unknown ___00 Shoemaker->".dlvlslo. of Rlork HL. i
J Lot 17, block 1..6.u___:_.------------ Hull. M. B_____ 1.11 Lot 10. block 19________ _________ ____ -__on .72 Lot. S and 4-- Johnston J. M.. 1.7* J" .
Lot 16, block 319_____________________._ Seminole. Land A Lots 1. a. 4. 6, I. 10, block 40______oo __.. Haynea. A. _____ 2.01lint All Block ML_____________ ____________ Small, Mary.___ ,. .
: Inv. Co.-' 1.61 2. block 40________ _______________ Unknown ___... 72 SH of BW>4 of block PI.n___- Johnston. Ja M. ..
* Lot 11 block "8-. ______unu._____ Wells. A. M __h 5.21Worthley Lots 1 and 8. block 41 ____________ .. Smith S. A_____ ... Mb..ker'.bdlvl.t..5 Blork QL '
Lot 4, block 147_________ _._____ __n__ D ... 1.21 Lot. 1. 2. 1. 6. block 4100--- ____ Haynea, A. _____ 1.61 Lot 1 u.u__________ Chlaolm.) 7.18 ', L
Lot 15. block 347---------------------- Unknown ____ 1.21 Lot 4. block 42----------------------- Bellamy O __00_ .71 Lot 2 -r__ ___._ --____----_______ Doneran. Olber J.*4 ;
Lota 1 to 4. Inclusive, block 166.Vyr ________ Seminole Land n A Lot 1. block 43________ ______________ _ Unknown _00 __ 71 N% of lot 4___ ___ ____________ _________ Reed. Join ----- 4.47BllaV
.. Inv. Co______.: 874 Lot. 2. 4. 7. block 41.__ _______________ Hayn ., A. -.___ III Be*, N. E. Cor. of block UL. run .outh. t"'
Lots 1 to 4. inclusive., block I6B_______. Seminole Land A Lot 6. block 48________ _______________ ". Unknown ____ __ 72 78 feet, west 94 f..t. north 78 feet .* '
_ _ __ __m Inv Co..._ __ 174Bemlnole .Lots 3. 4. 7. 9. 10. block 44_____________ = Haynea, A. _____ 1.7'Lo .. .8 feet _hun ---.-----__. Lawrence. 7 Ot
*?:"'* Lota 1 to 4. inclusive, block 168.V ________ -- Land A: rtx>t 8. block 44- Lott. BUnknown_- .78 SWJ of block VL_______ ____________ Sullivan L. A
| Inv Co--_____ 1.74 8i: block 44.::::=:::=,=::::::::::::: ; ::::.:. :72SO H. 1_.__I____ .8.41
' Lot. 1 to 4. Inclusive block 1(9..______ Bemlnole Land A Lots 1. S"ij"7. 1. 10. block 45- Bes; N E Cor of block C-3, run south "+1.a.1 1-
.. Inv Co._______ 1.74Semlnole Lot 4, block 46_____________::::::::::: Jones. .C.AF.::::: :72 69 feet, west 99 feet, north 60 feet
. '. Lot. 1 to 4, Inclusive block 1(0.______I_ Land A. Lot 8. block 46_________ _____________ .. Fraslcr. C. H.___ .78 east 99 fet ____n"?____________..__ Unknown ______ 1.78 #
Inv Co-?---__ 1 74 Lots 1. 4. 7. block 4(- Haynes A. _____ 1.0' Beg 60 feet of N. E Cor. of block' .,.
rt Lake Front Addition to St. CI.... Lot I. block 46________________________ Wright J. _____ .71 C south (0 feet, west 99 feet
Lot I. block 171___ ___________________ Seminole Land A Lot 5. block 48 UnknownAllen. .71 01'tu5' feet, east 99 fesf., _. Unknown I<7SJohniton
,,< ; Inv. Co.______1 1.16 Lot: 1.: block 47:::::::::::::::::::::::: J. _=::::: :.71 B.. :. of block 4. run south 160 '!
Lot 4, block 178:______________________ Bemlnole Land Lot 8. block 47.----------------------- _-.__ .71 feet west I feet north 160 feet. .
(.. IB.V. CO..______ I.16Thierry Lot 4. blook 47---------------------- a Unknowh ...... .71 east 96 feet Pat __ 7.08 ;I t j
Lot 1. block 407______________________ E. _____ 1.16 Lot 7. block 47______. .____ ________i Unknown ______ .71 'u-n------------- ;
Lot. < and 7. block 409_______._________ Bemlnole Land Lot IS. block 47----------------------- vents W. C. 8r.Eralesion ..78I BeKei.W.a 95 feet, south 160 feet f
Inv. Co.__--__ 4.96 Lot. 14 and IS. block 47_______________ W.__ t fet _______________________ Job..ton Pa* -- 11.78 !
M1 Lot E and 1. block 4I4______________... Outlaw <3. a___ 10.18 Lot 16, block 47_ Gray 8Unknown. _____ 71 8H of BV4 of WH of lot f. ,j
PO': Lot 1. block 417St. _______________________ David. M. R.____ 146 Lot I. block 41....:::::::::::::::::::::: -...... :.71 block M________________________.___ Fherlco. J. L.__ 7.46 ", ,
, Cle>* B..le"..... Lot 1. block 49________________ ______ Unknown ___. :.71 Rebert Baas' -..lt '
Lot (ILota _____.________________ Young J. M____ 6.14 8 and I. block 41 I Smith. B. 0. ,11 Lot i _.___...__..__---__.__....___._.; Rcberd. n. J. H L7J '
or (S -and-----61-:__.___________--_____-_ Boyca, W. H.___ 11.11 Lot .. block 49LoK7. ?--:::::::::::=::: Unknown _:::::: :.71 Lot. 8 and 4_....___._____..______:. &I8.. A W, :. '

; Let 1. 'Lota 71_ i-'ib___________.________ Bemlmjlei lira .A 11. block Haynes A. Lot S and 3-_________.___ _____ .ekl.u '
I.". Co..7..Jt.1I Lot 1*. block 4*.?::::=::=:=:::= Unknown .=-= :U C 1t'
!F 117 _________._______ BemtBOle ___4..* Lots S.M. ,,--. A. _____ ; :
,J.-Lot ------- --- In.. Cb._____ (J7 Lola 11 'a'd 1&. block 100'a. B. OUnknown -_ 1.II. Lot 16 _.__JZ.I.Oekerm ____ . i.... 1'n

'x: %' 116 1: -----------?-- 8erotaol.' .. 4.1*. lock-6 : ...-- "7 w( / 41d...
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l 1Lot 130 _____....._____________ .Vnkaowa 1.34. Lot .,1 A atrip (ft (eet wide aeroee eaat aide of __._ .
'2 Lot ----_________ nkaow. __... 1, t*, &Q4 klti---- Unknown' __ Jot l an* S. bleek "_ ,. I>mro>_- 4.17 a t
" 117. =z-------r? -- V11nkeiwa Lot. 1. 7. 3, 3 blockN . .. Haynoe, A. Maae a 4 r .r r. \ Ij.. lot 1., block 1____ Brown. A. ___ .lok ] ,,-?.. .,.- _- V teo6M6 l. : f1 1 f

$$0 1.0 ...--.,,-- ...,.-?....-- tlnkaewal..Ty: Loa 1.4 ,1, book, /2.:................ 'Kaynee, ,--s 1.1 8 .fot.Meek0. """ """'" Jt.'I.l.. '! J';.. ,. .
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,,;. 112 --. U.1I.WII: __ .'l,', loci : 13,11.11. block Ii:. Haynea, A> -r.- ; .r lot 1 us. Jw. K:e. ... -
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, t'1.144'....-.. _ .. u_I' 7V11nka.wn: '__.....1... otll: and a 1 c1c'II'! :H.k:1.: : ni I. te.tt las20.4.. f..L..k $ "JSuNI1a.IffttSt. \'iewt4" ;
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DESCRIPTION OF LAND. a j' :. .. OWNER. :o; = THEIR HATS TO-WOMEN.0
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IDanni We consider a mall a gentleman who
W. A.'Patrkk'. Addl/1...
'"_ ELot* fat.1' lot 4. block- K__________ } 1 C. P.__-._ last I'' takes,off his"hat to a lady, At least .
..e S. Iea. Hem H. H. Cor., run won '.. \Il' the act U thought to be gentlemanly, .
north > feet, **** ** fretT7Tt791tte't this like t)
The origin 'o( custom J
.' .tr< n 'O ?- ,, :- Jaraall, Mr*. J. ,T..fcIJI polite.? r ,,'
,y El!: of lot a. block O,_______"IIIIIIIIBear. BarnhlU.Mra.ifi.A. 71.87 so iii i ij- tt'etcu5tome cumnnm- '
8. K. Cor. of lot 3. block O run among so-called civilized peoples, goes
went. 4* feet north "7... feet eaat4R back to primitive times, says the Denver i-1
fft. south "7." r..t__________ Hanklna. W. O._ 13.10
W. .. ...,.....11.. Renfc-iilvlalaai of ....... Post.
TAU. When a person was made \ "
Lot I !and WU of lot 6.: block T'i Watnon &; Itedwood -' his conqueror stripped him captive .

KW of lot 8. block XWV4 ., . .. .. ._ _ bean. O.-Ir: ._:::: U weapons and clothing and left him . .. .
of lot 8. block WHV4 ___. ... _______ J.lttle. I. M _____ 11.50 without anything he could call his
of lot 1. block T.h-----u--: Hours. Mra. Onlay SS.K2Wlllnon. The captive was thus made a '

Lot Lot 2.1. block block BB Bff-___.._ ___- __. .___-__u.___-- Hollar. .. Amolta4.47 O. H ___ t.RI own slave, Tiis lack of clothing being evidence 11,
Hrrrmlrml A A..r.....' ".h-'I..... of of his nubjugation. We need You Should Know !
Hlocka H. e..* I A. f only to look at the of the
Lota fl and T____, ____ __ _ __ ____ __-- \V' rlnK." R D.- ..48Kuhna. the sculptures truth of this fact.
HearK'>0 ft wef9 of N. K for of HikJ4. Assyrians to see -"{ :'
+ run wi t 90 feet: Mouth 140 tf\\ And in Isaiah xx, 2-4. we find the following .
east 80 foot, north 14' feet. t, MOo"._ 21.14 statement: "And the Lord said,
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Lot II __ _____ ._ ___ uu. N,-w19n. Ml.a n LIZ like as many servant Isaiah hath walk- "
Lot 21 -I____00_____uu __ _____.____ Johnaton. VV B._ LIZ ed naked and barefoot three years for
,Lot 67 _,______ ..______ - __._____.u M ).)re J C n_ 1.12 a sign so shall the King of Assyrialead . INKISSIMMEE I"f" .
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i Lots I. 1.J.3, "4.'.r.Mllr'n 6. block A..I.2- --- fipclr, A H .. 1.1.M away the Egyptians prisonersand t'r1ts":::'I
Lot 1. and lot 2. less BB feel off east' uinl the Ethiopians captives young
block S _.__ __ ___ _ ___n_______ Ie.'vr. W. r, 22 I IT and old naked and barefoot."
'W'% Int. 11 n and 12;>; block 3, ...___ .__ _. Rurh..Mr... C M 1.12 The first then in tracing the I
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origin of taking oft the hat is the surrender -
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ota 1 and 2. block 4 of the clothing among primitive
'. .ota S, 4. 5. block 4. Donegan. A E 2 40 and ancient peoples as a mark of
A. rmrmam'n AddltloB.Lota 1
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.. Tjirni-r. J MI MuhmiK"IOII. The next step is the un- ifil
block A
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1,2. ; I IKI..I.
w Lota: 14. 16. 16: block \ .. smith. DHanklns 00 :: : 3 hf. rovo/:ing of the body as a mark of rev,. I 4i'a'a
.. srr ....I....'..
Lola 92 and 8S. .. h__ W. C; -. f 96 erenSc. There" are all degrees of
.......-,..-.) I'ark. .. .covering, though often only the un'j
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MattlRallrtnl
Lot t'. block l4------------------ Parker n 1If. U valuable part of the clothing are
Lota fl and 7. block 18. II
A. K. l o..-a aa'a; ... -dhl.I; .. of'i, ofKV en off in the presence of superiors I
of IOVi a.d "V4 of XK.1 Captain cook tells us that duringhis
of "KV4 .I HK'/I stay at Tahiti two men came on I
_ 28 29 Iwtb F M _. .99
. IS
Lo 2. block 7 -
Lot 6. block 8. --_-_- ___._ ,Kx A .99 board' and as a sign of respect took It' J. H. REDDITT. A. E. DROUGHT. O. K. BAKERY
{ Lot 10. block 8__ -_- __.._ n_ 11..1.! .-i Mrrh M.\ 99 'off" the greater part of their clothingand 2 E. A. Niemeyer
Lot 4. Mock 10 .__ tii'ntShiaplnr. MrB C A 99 put it on Cook and his friend. In I Real Estate Dealer.
MX A 1..._.... "....ltl....
Lot IB block 2. -_ ___ .__ f C -- .85 Abyssinia Spencer tells us it was the y Jeweler Handles Both City and Country Red Band Brand Candy
I .,,lattril- Lnnda. custom for inferiors to hare'theirbodies t Properties on Commission 15c per lb.
r. Ns: 4 of FEb4: _4"cI:! 'nil .alt; 1. 't.f; 4.. down to the girdle before su I t Basis.Office "R ,

.i X Meet m..e. nr 1I.I"hl.A. C.. )IInd.. "y.lands, "X""I"ow.1 Llsslm h\ periors. But in the presence of equals :t 11 Broadway.EGGERSGLUESS in St. Cloud. Fla. Guaranteed Pure. .

k J l1nIl. M.I I.anrt' K M I-'lHuf. I only a corner of the tunic was removed -
: _ ]Ir. 2r. 29 I 1I11 i .J V. 1618.I ;
1..1.
rpr And I':: I. % 00 so as to bare the shoulder. ,This
Fllof !c'4\ _- _ -- _._ If; 25 20 4" \1111, A 5490r ' r
F.\io or Elf.I or R\V V or HI\" 16 2& 29 19" Rn.l IIHH ,h 162WI baring of the shoulder especially & RIEDEL. RUSS BASS MEAT MARKET_ O. F. BASS,
a ,\, of N[:% or N\V% or NIV144------ 28 25 29 r. Lu'hnpprlb' .tar fIBelf throughout the gold coast is a customas
t 4211 feel west and 210 feet north ofH. common as taking off the hat withus. f Carpenter and Repair Shop Contractor in .
!l4; -'or of SW1k nr NW'14. run Uncloaking in Spain is similar in Fresh Meats of '
.I' '
north 110 feel. w..d 1111 feel .outh Plain I and Decorative j
210 feet. east 110 feel-------------- 28 25 29 1 I'nn.' \ .", n 2 424t' origin. In Africa the men hare their Inside Furnishings Screening \'

B""'. 8 \\'. Coe or sw 1k of N\\%. run shoulders and doff their caps to superiors and Cabinet Work All Kinds. Painting and Paperhangingand .,

feel rut 110 south fart 210 north feet------alo fret west 210 2R 26 29 I MI n..... V. H 106; thus joining two customs in Specialty. 515 Sproule Ave. Phone 67.

% 1'1.' .If. 110 fret north of H N' ('or of8W4 \. :
or NW%. run. cast 2101 feet.y one.It must be remembered that this .
north 210 feel west 210 (....1. .oulh WILDER'S STUDIO
110 r..t 00 un 2R 25 29 J Huahrs.Mre J"hr 24Y act of uncovering the body was ceremonial CLARK &: MEIKLEJON DIXIE THEATER r,
uliebrh.6.w. in nature and used to show

Lot Lots \ and 8--------=====: -= _nn:=====: B..U."ll. Me.B. ------.4 I 26 8; the reverence use of to the a superior.ceremonial Then propitiate came- ..s the .Place to Take Your Kodak Beal 4They Estate Dealers Cool. Clean. Comfortable _.f'.

: W.., KII_....
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:
If Yon
Films for
R.Ilry J M 86 the dead. We can see a remnant Developing '
block 16_____ '
l' Lot Lot :: block I 15-------- :=.= =:=.==:::=: Sutton. Mre E C :.85PLe61e of this most any time. At funer- ._ Sell the Earth High Class Entertainments hit;

Walk.r. H __ 179p als and in our graveyards men takeoff Want the Beet Results. in Chunks. Only .
r Z Lent 2 88 -= =::=::';:=:::::: -::=:=:::==:=:= r MrCaakey C 179I their ha ts. They still take off f'w

........ their hats on entering churches and
i 811 I block A_ __.______ _____--______-__ Walk..r. H . _u 6.RI of Christ and the ;+
Lot Lot.7 I and bloc 2. block B----------------B__________________ + _: 'itI:: : : lE"! E.t'. 126.86 before Madonna.In the. images \ Your ad in this Space will Cost You WATERS &: CARSON GROCERY The Leading Moving Picture Show \:'.

d Iota 1. 11. 12' block ___ ____ _____ RifT, E.E" Eet.: 1.66::116 times of chivalry men raised their ONLY $1.00 PER MONTH is Found at the l
Lot 15. block' $ ==--uu------ Rolfe. T. Eet... hats to ladies to show revere/ice. But CP. ,:-
ij"----r--- Hlck..on, Tho. .86 I ,
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block
Lot ------------- In the Oldest and MGet'Wldel PASTIME THEATER
Lot ,1'1 C------------------------- Rolle. O. A.n___ ..85Iota this was only superficial in meaning. ,
1 11. U. 15. block Con_____________ W a Ik L.u. 1 68 A knight would ride down a poor Read Newspaper in the KIs- i e
0 Lot 14. block D_______________________ er.s's -.--_ 811 peasant woman carrying a large bur- sJmmee Valley District. Everything to Eeat. Gardner Bros. Mgrs. ,''i
.86
Han.el. Ben
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block n
Lot 11. '
D---------------------------
Lot 15. block D------------------------ Smith A. 0--- .8 6U..I. den and never think of helping her- .Y'.

Heights.i least of all would he think of takingoff
J. W. PRENTIS
lAt. t. I. I. 1.7. 8. 9. 10. U. 1&. block A_ :- Waring Ed- his hat to her.. However I If he NELSON REALTY CO. BOWLING ALLEY :}
i .rZyob ward. ___u____ 477 heard of some beautiful damsel of his KISSIMMEE 'I
a. I. I. 7.9. 10. 11. 11. 14 to U. In. -'- Warinll514. class in the danger imaginary Pianos Organs, Talking Machines, 9 Darlington Are. 109 Broadway .J" :i
slightest -
A olu./ve block B.u______________ ward. U.Uh 8.68 own .
i. Lot t.t block Boo________________._____ unknown -__00- or real, he would go to her * r g4: Lot. to 11. Inelu.lv", block Ch__.____ Warlnlf a: Ed- and hat in hand kneel and d.dicate Sewing Machine. Property Sold.onCommission. W. E. Mansell, Mgr. ... ; : t:
_______
v,. ward. 5.17r .-
9 JAta 11 to 10. Inclusive. block C.__ _n_ Wartn. A md- himself to her service. .;..- ....'- --: I :\
r ward. ____.u_ 3." Today much of the same thing oc- Broadway.W. .L Splendid Spit and Recreation. 'I.
,I Lota II to U. block C_ __________ ____ .. W & Edt curs. Ordinarily a gay youth forgetsto .
; ward. ,______: I.U f.
take off his hat his
yob 110 8. Inclu.lve. block D-. Waring &: Ed- to mother, yet G. HANKINS r
1\\
'.- ....ard. ___u___ 1.96Lot. he shows this deference to his "best I
D. G. MTCAY REAL ESATE E. E. MAGEE .
J. '. .-io. 11. U.II. 17 18. U. 10., block. D &: Edwarllu (girl." After all it is only form, and 1 t/
________ 3.118 Adding .Machines and I I -,,
a blottlc..D _____ ____ ... .. . Hamilton. G.'_ .85Lot. politeness should go deeper than this. AGENCY Carpenter and Builder .
.LLoeb11i. II. U.34. block D___------____ Warlnfll' & Ed- I However, the form persists and it is ..
'Y. ward. ____._ fuss/ of historical interest Job '
4 Rome to remember Typewriter Block Work and General Repairing
." .J.L I. 5. T. 19.10' block Eu_____ Waring & Graystone .
., .. -_.J: 1.06b that ft i. a remnant of the primitive 2 Saw, Filing a Specialty f

Lots t. t. 1 i0o--ck F---: .......-.._-.._.. 64 Unknown 1,66Let stripping of a captive by. which For Sale Sell Land Anywhere on Commission 15 Darlington Ave.
I. l .,..,._-sae._.._u..t_:__':' '.' Unkno..n -:.6. ..85t process was .exp reseed the fact*thai

he yielded up jail. he... ad. Taking off -_ __ _
the hat to wealthy girl DEPARTMENT-STORE. OLIVER'S SUITATORIUMMade \
a means occa- .
C. L BANDY Tas Collector, Osceola County sionally not only the yielding up o)! &: UNLEY I .

all you have, but the getting of all she Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, : Made to Measure Clothes ::

,. has. Ceremony is often nothing buta Jewelers and Optometrists i Cleaning. Pressing and RepairingHats ';
NOTICE hard calculation in regard to personal Furnishings. I
Cleaned and BUxfted .
resultsespecially where self-
Notice la hereby given that the following deacrltv-d landa. or ..a much aggrandizement Is the ultimate aimof 5c and 10c'Store on Third Floor. Ill Broadway. r
Phone 61.
thereof a.a wrlll be neceaaary to pay the amount due for apecta.1 dralnaffo .
taxxa levied under the provisions of Chapter I486. Seaalon La.. of 1913. herein the polished individual. .. .
let oppoalte to the same, together with the coat of aaln and ..advertising -----
will be aold at public auction On the alxlh day of"J.'h: A r>. 1914. In HUNTER LAND CO. -
+t', + tront of- the court home door at Klaalmmen. County of Oaccola and State FOREST NOTES. C. F. DIBBLE & SON V. R. ELLIS ?
y, of Flat-Ida; said apodal drntraae tax aaaeaamcnt tot t hI' y.-sr. 1913 Real.Estate,

The annual capacity o.f the forest Electrical Contractor
--- -- ---,-- - -
I 00-' : : nurseries of the-government is about y that Will Fancy GroceriesPhone I I'
Properties
"'I s'o twenty-five million trees. 7 I Water and Light Collector
I young j
i
c :2;; I t. M" ;i Cornell dedicated j
I.s! : .. "" ...'r ; university recently Please. 154.
; I 1I8 a forest: building in connectionwith I Phone 220 8 Darlington Ave. : : n

Ih! E 5 .0.. slsSA2t=? the state college of agriculture.It I
; <: :: a is said that the best times of dayto ROSS GRAVES '
n All _-____________:::::-u=_uuu 2 37 34 639 Southern'-: Colon- -' see forest fires from lookout stationer H. C. STANFORD CO. When Coming to>> the t
1 .i. lsatton Co 13181 Hardware. Furniture Stoves 1 DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
-- An--:_________-:.________________________ rti. 37 3641 Southern Colon- are just after' daylight and just Dry Goods, Clothing and Shots, ,
T' Isatlon Co____ 3272 before sunset. Don't Fail to Bring Your Small #
a All __________ ________________________ II 27 34 643 Southern Colon The forest service has been requested Agricultural Implements, ; Change Your Dimes
7 IsatlonSouther Co____ 3282 and Last ;
7t AH ..':._____________________ 14 37 24 840 n Colon- to 'co-operate with the port authorities Furnishings Building Material, I Like Dollars.: Six: Rolls -
IsatlonSouthern Co _. 32.47 of Coos Bay Washington in lOc Toilet Paper for a
j Ml _____..___.________. _______.__ 15 17 34 640 ColonCoi.; planting to control shifting sand > Paints, Oils, Eta I Purson &: Rainey.25c. (;sNotion.
Isatlon -3287
i; All out of river.__..__________________ 19 37 34 880vl SouthernIsatlon Colon n dunes. I' trf
Co_ __ 2964 Jack pine trees planted ten years ,',,
..' All --.....--___--__--_____--___ 21 37 34 640 Southern Colon; ago in too sand hills Of Nebraska are DIfITON-HARRIS CO. WENNERSAWYERBooks ERNEST L. GREEN <
Isatton CoColon.___ 32.87
now large enough to produce fence ,
,8 All __.:_______nunnunnuu. 22 37 34 840 Southern I
1 Ixatlon' Co_.__ 3287 posts. Last ;year the first seed was Sign Writer and Decorative >d
?r All _____:_____________________________ 23 37 3ell Southern Colon- gathered from this plantation.The Shoes and Stationery I

,All __________ _____... _____ ______ 24 37 34 842 Southern Isatlon Co Colon- 271 agricultural experiment station PainterPhone sf
at Pullman Washington; ia establishing v +
Isatlon Co____
r 6 All ,.__.________________u____.:_______ 26 37 34 842 Southern Col: <>.>.-, J2JT arboretum -which it is proposed 106 Broadway. 26 Broadway. 283. ,
isatlon CoColon 5.11 to of each of the I
r A" ______nnd_______________________ 26 37 34 641 Southern : grow a group I "
Isatlon. Co____ 85.0 important .timber trees of the temperate :
[ All .____uuuu____________..._ 27 37 34 640 Southern Colon one. KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. Get Your Candies Fresh From the!
Isatlon r-n JIll.a.?. ARTISTIC
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All out of rlver____. ___________n___ U 17 3000 Southern. ;; Colon- I JOB PRINTING
3 Ixatlon Co___. 20.66 NOTICE'TO CREDITORS. Everything for the Homes CANDY KITCHEN Ft
All .aat of rlveru__.___ ._:__________u, iE 37. S520 Southern Colon The. Best that Man and Machinery

t. ,AU ._____________________------------- JIG 37 34 140 isation rn Co Colon____ 11.81- I...1.Crart.....e f the Cmmmtr J' ..., State .( .. E. O. Garland.Manager. 23 BroadwayF. Can Do.

'..AU seat of rarer-_____________________ 1 17 II 350 South on Colon-: 64.f9 In r. Estate. Oaceola of Martha County Nellie Cole Peceaved. :. C. Howe, Prop.i

aUon Co____ 11.01 To all Creditors.! Legatees DI. rlbat... .
Ah r.1 sad U..r..r.d10a.t and all Persons having Claims or Demand .. a a

of rl'' r _______u________________ 11 37 33 400 Southern Colon- You and. acalnat each of said you.Estate are hereby: notified '- KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. r
will
Tear ad in this Space Cost Ye. LET US FIGURE
lsatton
aUI and to WITH
All lraotlonal ____--- .:.______________ 13 37 II 198 Southern Colon: claim* and demands required which present you or either any YOU
lsatton Co 1 ..aOA.Jt of ONLY $1.00 PER MONTH +
; 4i AU east of rlv.r._____________:..______ 14 17 la 380 Southern Colon: Martha you mar Nellie have Cola against, deceased the estateof later Wholesale and Retail and .Oa That Next Order of 141
b the Oldeat Moat Printing
leatlon Co... 11.11 Widely
i Baal of river. _______________u_____ It 37 U leo Southern ColonIsatlort : of derala-ned Oaoeola executor county of Florida said ,estate to th, *withIn .un-- Read Newspaper In the Klaatmmee Ours is the Ai
Co____ $..14r' two year from the date hereof Valle District.Don't Better Sort.
Dated May 11. A. D. 114. r 6
Phone 21. ,1
i C. L. BANDY. J. WADE TUCKER: The Valley Gazette.F. .
I Tax Collector ot O.oeol& County. ll-4t Executor. j

', H. LAWSON Ob'
I NOTICE OF KXBWtJTOR FOR FINALDI.CU4RO& Overlook GOOD
PRINTING
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,rytYou' should read regularly l.Flerlte.n Cmmrt ..4 *h* C-*..ty Jvdsre Stale .( .. . Cash Store VARIETY STORE Depends the Man and Equip.& f

J- ? re ea Edward Frank : 501 Broadway "We
tit.7j ; Have
: II n, Estate.Count. the Bert of Both"

'' It Notice mar concern I.. hereby that sjlv'en, on the to Id all day whom of It Br WItJ''. J. E. Mftlleanlx. Prep.BXqADWAY The Vallej 4'

v'1P : }W E' :buss. IY alley"Gazett. -the)November.Honorable A. D.T.Ill M.*.,Murphy we shall. Judge apply of to Gazette

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aid urJGd&;. nf probate, for a STATEMENTS
anal .Charles a. executors of the. estate W. &*MJUCIlf80N CO. FISH MARKET NOTE BBADS.

!t'.Jft< 'i 'F7oir ltJ." ': Greatest Weekly /fewapaper" I, ol; and that Edward, at the same Franklin time ,deceased wwill .. DiD Bea.... Letter B...... n..... ti
present", our final account: a* ...xecpuptroor Hardware' ( u.,..Bent 504 Broadwayii and YldQag
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.\, : Duncan U. Fletcher\ Re-elected United States Senator Over John N. C. {t




: : Stockton by _an Overwhelming Majority -




'4::t; = N. C. BRYAN I I I"il. !I Sketch of the Man Who '


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Made Such a Phe- .:yes

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NOMINATED W. J. ("J e""-) Sears was 'born in
t
Smithville, Georgia December: 14. ..'
rCy 1874, and shortly afterward mowed. to

Ellaville, Ga.,,and from there to"Kisslramee '

[ i. 'I'' ; Fla., In January,' 1881, when 4

Cy Over Both Johnston and ; only a little mon than aIx' 'Un'oId, 4

l when h. has resided ever alnC*.. Joe '

received: J his-"r17 education: in the
- Tripl tt. i! public schools .Osceola county., and
|
I in 1891 entered the Florida State College -
a I at Lake City"where he graduated
Last Tuesday morning opened i 4yir .,. receiving the degree of A. B. in + >
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bright and fair and every indication ] 1896, at which time he was senior cap
.p pointed to a typical June day in the I j tain, corps of cadets. He entered Mercer -,
Sunshine State. The birds warbled university in Macon.Ca., wherein ,',
their sweet notes to their mates and { .\ 1896 be received the.degree of B.'F
flitted from' branch to twig as they' rt L., and on the'80th day of May 191) .
swayed to and fro in the early' morning : the :A. B. degree was conferred on J him
reeze. The sun rose just a trifle by th." University of Florida, at
earlier than usual and cast the rays Gainesville. In 1899> he was admitted
... .
' >l law In
from its smiling face abroad over. 1. practise: Georgia and in 1897
-happy-people. - 0 .-- .. :...... '-It-;:.'--..- -=" -: admittedTto.practise: _before the.Flor
ida courts. IQ"1905"Ti -was admitted" ".
: ;
in' the day eandidates Who
Early to the court of Florida and
supreme
f.! had held caucauses until a late hour '
: in
1912 to the courtof.theUnited
supreme :
the before astir and
by
; on night were
\ States and United States district ,
sl j the time the polls were opened at 8 court Southern District of Floe- '
'ti o'clock everybody was lining up for a w a
ida. For several he
years was a member -
' day of activity, and ready to assist i
;t of the county democratic
0 executive -
favorite candidate in his effort to
their
committee. In
1899 he was-eU ted -
l win the victory at the polls.'" ,f a'
. mayor-of Kissimmee'and'his first; '
The voters came quietly and entered : official communication advocated the ,}'
' the booth and stamped for the candidates 1 r. 'I municipal ownership of water, light
.W J, of their choice without any and sewer systems. and the seed sown
: trumpet blast or brass band display, at that time .sprouted so that todav
but the entire proceedings were conducted -
Kissimmee is the proud owner of all
i in ,an orderly and peaceful'manner. sir 9 three of these. In 1907 he was chairman
s n' of the city council and remained
" The voting in this city was con- a member of same until 1911, whenhe
ducted with a marked degree of regularity hfs refused to serve further. In 1887 "
throughout the day and 'at no ,% a he Osceola county was formed and the -
time was there any crowd about the + +t' first county superintendent of public. +' vi
J- ..polls and no public demonstration in Instructions for Osceola. countywaa
\\$1'avor' of any particular candidate his father, W. J. Sears, Sr. In 1905
J' A full vote was polled and the W.-J. Sears-'Jr.waaelectedcounty "
counting extended .far into the night I superintendent of public instructionand
f>:'. \.but enthusiastic friends lingered about I has held} this office continuously v.
"'r' "the polling place waiting to learn the I' \ since, now serving\ his third term. r'
I results, which in mOllt .;n tances turnI I i + With all of this he' is still known to
. ed out practically as had been forecasted + his friends throughout Osceola county -
/' by those in position to know'' 1t' rof and the state at large a* "Joe."
: l: what the wishes of the people wouldbe. I'I'M' His life has been devoted to public
be. Naturally the greatest interest service, and he is a broad, progressive '
-tt... centered in the congressional race, in I and fair-minded man. He is a young t r
'which Kissinunee's honored soil had man, sane and conservative, and yet
:!1[!(Ii entered for the honors, and had made I withal is progressive and untiring in 1 w
I such an honest and earnest fight to I his efforts for the betterment of the t
" win and practically everybody was people and for the best interests of the t
wishing him success and in only avery I state. By always being true to his
. few I instances was there found ... friends and fair to his enemies ha has
one but what was outspoken for Sears. II III made many of the former and few of '
Claude L'Engle had a small following J| the latter, as was fully demonstrated t'
" of staunch friends here but they | in the (election on June 2d, when, after ,g
I. were in hopeless minority and simply eighteen years .of public Hfe, he received 4, i
;? 4 cast their vote and said nothing : virtually a unanimous vote at "'
l . P 4#' about it, while the friends of Sears ,i the hands of the people who had
,..'&, "',, left nothing undone to get a full vote I II II I I known him throughout his public life.
, 'ii:' I(recorded for him. I II When seen by a reporter of The ,
" 7" The United States senatorship was Valley Gazette Mr. Sean stated. "I
,j'I'' sought by two candidates and with I I am Indeed grateful for the hearty and '
I ,. Senator Fletcher in office and with a I| j unanimous support given me by my +
': record that could not be shaken,' it''w '' i I friends and former schoolmates
1''; made it almost impossible for the I| throughout the district adn I desire to ;t
Stockton friends to make any inroads assure them that lit)' utmost efforts
tiff; upon his stronghold- and the table I, shall be to so conduct myself I.i offices t
\ '..l shows the Stockton overwhelmingly .to continue to merit their 'confi t'
.. ,1. defeated hero arr well as ,dens and support.. For my opponents
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:.19 throughout the state.. HON. "JOE" SEARS THE YOUNG: LION OF DEMOCRACY,. WHo'-fiO' NpBLY WON THE ''NOMINATION :.I have only the kindest of words and

';: f, fwhat The spirited representatives'and the friends race was of some-each FOR CONG, {ESS FROM THE FOURTH DISTRICT IN THE.!: STATE PRIMARY TUESDAY JUNES 2, my while. only I am regret proud is of that the:tb.victory.others wont had ,:

;;: ,('ef sthe three candidates" appeared 1914. : ,,' kIn to go'.down. in. defeat. The sweetest.t.
i/ :" ''* until the count was begun " I memory of my-Ufa will always be the
I hopeful L __ __ __. .u ,_ hearty ,
given'me- by +
'' -when It soon became apparent that N. support my ty
,j.: ;" pr tC!. Bryan would prove an easy winner. the Second district R. V. Lanier. .The Fourth district has new representative is not negtected i 'r' The school board is to be composedof fri.ndillu'.Toeeday.. Permit me.from ,
'-In* several instances theN was no succeeds himself as commissioner bya this l. time, in the person of W; F.: Walker. 'representing' the Walter Bass from District Ho/ 1, the bottom of asy heart.to sincerely! r
S;,, 7xaoa and the announced candidate who small margin over Overstreet and Young Tindall.who cones from a family Fifth district; was' also- ...-.Ie ted to who was'declared the nominee "with .thank then ,
J4rars. fortoriata'as have no 0ppa .the r.cordJ he made during the term he of early settlers In this part of the succeed himself, and the faithfulway out opposition,.and also-.'8: Stratton I 'The owner of The Gasette went over: i Ii.
':;;esti.a"war d.dsr.d the nominee vdth- .is now flinng, justified the, people in state before Osceola,county: was. era .inrwhich he has discharged the duties from' District . 8. Mr. Stratton has portion of the :district wltlI.M r. .. -l' ':Y
; eaLth..o ,of ,cam1 &lp. '... Noeleetlnl'him! '- .t ated.' lie is 'a young man of ..telling'qnalines' of.tbe.otrice ia-the'paet .. .a .endoooaed been connected with' the bnsiiMM affairs -'Sears a fewweeks age and ....prob- ; 9r
'" . Jlatrid' ,L. .!A Jq In the Third district A.F. Bass was '!.and -sound judgment when.the t poop1o4. by their: votes of Otraola county as a mesnber ably:better prepared for his pkenomenalnraccess -. ? '
',-.!: d.dandrta 'IIOor7coant :at so-rFeteeted'aftd'hts't.tet. '+d:"as doubHesi""",he people wiir have good 'that;,th.nwautocl.tcn.talrrld.ft"t.or.ft ; 'Qnllt- UbtY'aonmlrelaosraahd that most'oiher-ptople.. ., ,
(,, ; was'eommJaaioner .ttbout oppoa1tio : K. official la',that' capacity, during the. reason'''*to rejoice over. ''this 'selection 'I' t'another'.,term. '. A. ". ..I. his Influence\ in that capacity was Mr; Sears has conducted a dean anvtpaign s.f(
f' baa h.leI flat: aiUoa'fo 'two t.rmA be no more favorablycommented when he has been folly tried and found :-Thus It.-lll 'b* ;'seen: that, in the always'felt, and',when .he takes His ad the way through'and his' :i.f
t...prier,to' thin cti.n,and Ute peep(. than-to say that the to!b. tnse. He can. depended npon make-up: of Utejiiaw! ) board of county seat as a member.... ated. % .fi ,
t" IH .that.! m' :.hPa." thq ,ban' the re-elected'hlm; to do.wha' la hilt e thinks commissiooers there.;;:wU1-be-butonechange brul.t, forth the same .t. and will continue-, .services for anotMrtenn. judgmeatth and that jsjn th,. le Uoa.of. sort to vafair mM =, 1dq sa el.e J "'
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. Prominent Osceola Cbunty Citizens *-. 'ERADICATION N. I Ia



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/ e. Suggestions' On How 'T 0I .Y

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I Improve Stock ':
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4 I TICK FEVER HAS KILLED "MORE ,;

t'a ; "., CATTLE IN SOUTH THAN ALL

I I OTHER DISEASES COM-

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r pus I a!!. HI I .( P. II. McGowan.) '.

I a Washington, D. C. June 4.-Duringthe
thi;;
; seven years the departmentof

J agriculture has been campaigning .
{ ? against the tick fever which annually

kills more cattle in the! south thaifull "'\

? other diseases combined, an- area of l.,

J,!!8,802 square miles has been forced!

I from, the tick. Details of this work

II I : against the disease that is estimatedto .;y
I HON R. V. LANIER
I cost American farmers $40,000,000 t''
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ZION E. L. LESLEY Re-nominated ConHnUisoner Second d year are printed in anew circularof I

"* the department entitled "Effects of 1I \
1 He-nominated Commissioner First" District. ti !I Tick Eradication on the Cattle Indus-

at Dist rl't. |, try of. the South."

HON N. C. BRYAN NOMINEE FOR I I ness fit, m.. in the county, doing a busiI R. V. Lamer, who was re-elected Now comes the question, what planis r
,k Mr. Lesley has been holding public from the Second district, is also a best for farmers in these redeemedareas
'''amounting to over $250,000 a
; REPRESENT! : : VTIVK.This :. I office for a number of years in this successful cattle grower as well as to improve their stock? The
v year.
One might suppose that to man- county and has always been found farmer and fruit grower. He is a following are some of the depart.taunt's

j r gentleman whom the. voters of' 'iige: the business 1 end of that concern faithful to'the trust. For the past member of one of'the pioneer families suggestions in brief:
Osceola ('ountyel'ctet! I last Tuesday ,, would l he about all one man could eight years he has held the chairmanship who fettled here in the early days be- 1. Get Bermuda or carpet grass
to be their representative, in the halls I I properly do, but yet he has found time of the Hoard of Commissioners of -- fore Osceola county was created. lie started on further all pastures. Improve lespedeza the
pastures by sowing some -
Osceola Countq, and prior to his elec- haG been tried and found faithful in
of the next ).'rislatuie at Tallahassee for quite a good deal else, as he went and bur clover on the uplands\ .:
tion as a "hvember of the county boardhe the discharge of his official business.
Two he elected
to Kixsimmee ]ulong. years ago was
twentysevenyears
came
x i and alsike clover white clover
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some ,
1 1 of the of Kissimmeeand was for four( years clerk of the circuit Always conservative and his past rec-
ago and started his career as a as mayor city and paspalum dilatatum on the bottom -
dray driver for the firm of Carson & ,, filled the position with credit to court. ord was such that the people have re- lands. a
himself and honor to the entire .. lie is a native born Floridian and 'uined him again for another term a.
e Waters, and by <'a'l1p.t t effort! and due an 2. Grow and other
more hay forageon
I j I He is also director of came here from Uillsborough county one of the members of the Board of
community. a
IK became memberof
j diligence : finally a ,. which to winter the stock ;or, if a
and has been
the firm, which firm name was afterward the State Bank of Kissimmee, a trustee many years ago engagedin County Commissioners. farmer has
as many as fifty or seven-
I, the' cattle business for number
the Waters & Carson j of the Baptist Orphanage at Arcadia a
er changed to i ty-five cattle, erect a silo.
I of His re-election'to\
; the office
Grocery Company, and for some past chancellor of the Knights of years. Bring in good bulls of the beef ,
for third-term
1: years past has held the position of Pythias, senior warden of the Masonic shows a the without opposition breeds to use for grading up the native .......J.:
confidence the has
'i, manager in thai institution.! I II lodge, and superintendent of the public cattle. ))0 not try to raise pure
in his
I _(a About 25 years ago'he was married Baptist Sunday school. judgment and ability to handle breeds to begin with.
thc business.
', to Miss Annie 15..Oliver, and frum that All of his interests are in Osceola I county 4. If not able to buy a bull for individual -
r c; union were born two children, a son, county, where he has accumulated use, form a bull club, and let

\A Eugene, who is now a traveling representative quite an amount of property. He ,., ..".;n- each member buy stock in the bull and y
a of the Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer owns a handsome! home on Clyde avenue :
place him on some central farm; or
*)\ Company of Jacksonville and in this city, where he resides with ., .r-'r",,;. ...--M' let one man-buy the bull and the oth- "
b' has. made quite a successful business his family. He has from the time he r '.'I" ers obligate themselves to breed their ,
{ man. The daughter,. Miss Joe Bertie, came here bean: closely identified with r I, cows'to that bull.
j' is the manager of the Onceola County the business interests of the city and ..} 5. Form a community club or a
Girls' Canning Club and has. proven county and has held the office of ',.;. : .." I ( county live stock association, so tljat) :
'J very efficient in her work. chairman of the democratic executive < '. ,. members may exchange bulls every _..
f. ': Largely through the ability of Mr. committee of the county for two \\Jr!. I'n' : b two years in order to get the maximum '
f f''' Bryan the business of the firm of terms. d > +. : I service from a bull without .
' which he is manager has continued to His acquaintance extends to every '-.. ,.- ..' .. breeding him to his offspring. The ..,,
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; advance from a small retail grocery part of the county and the strong per- ) members of a dub should agree! ; on "
'.. '1 until it is today recognized as one of sonal character makes him a man to : what breed they want to use and all ...
ri 1, the largest wholesale\ and retail buai- be recognized in any community. get bulls of the same breed, in' otter .;

; that the community may develop a
R. -- -- --
trade and make a reputation as grow .,
TYPHOID PREVENTION the Journal of the American Medical ers of this breed. I
i AMONG SEAMENIn Association, by the institution typhoid 6. If the bull is young do not let 'j
inoculation. SurgeonGeneralBlue him run with the cows, but keep him ''il
l.tter. concludes his open letter by saying in a separate pasture and give him m
an open Surgeon-General that "the United States Public some feed each day'so as to keep[ him
:Rupert Blue of the United States Public Health Service ,is ready and willingto growing. it.

Health Service call i attention to render every assistance and advice r. 7. Do not let a young bull serve a
the fiscal and at"all relief.stations throughout liON A. F, BASS cow but once. One' service is often
the 'fact, that during
.year the country service officers are in- better than a half dozen. \
4 -r- ndingJnn lJ5vV J918t2 -cases of tsructcd to ..administer the: typhoid Re-nominated Commlslsoner Third. 8.. Heifers of the beef breed should 1
r typhoid fever among aea'm employied : prophylactic! to all sailors applying for District. ;- *.- .' not drop calves until they are at least ,

.( aboard United States merchant ves- same. HON. W. F. WALKER thirty "ftefcths of age and should be .
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yp the United .. bred .
t, I g eels were admitted to accordingly.
( State. marine hospitals.-. in addition A. F. Bass, another one reelectedon Re-nominated Commissioner Fifth 9. Breed -the cows so as to calve
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c, ,c to this number many other patients LETTER ABOUT FLORIDA FRUIT. the board, is a young man but his District. during February, March and ApriL -
t are known to have been treatedat integrity has won for him 'the confidence 10. Castrate all I male calves at an
various other hospitals and at their There is one thing that sterns of all who know him and-jiom- early age, either before or at weaning N"
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> 'i ".* homes, it-is evident that the incidence strange to the northern man in Flor- ing, as he does, from one ofthe, oldest time. M:;
.f.typhoid fever among the personnelof ida. lie soon is convinced of the very and most widely known families) of W. F. Walker, still another men 'to 11. Wean the calves in the fall,
1$ our merchant marine is high. This .great superiority of the Florida or- Osceola county, where he was raised be renominated as county commissioner about the time the cows are taken
{4 might be expected in view of their anges compared to those he has been and where-he has spent his life, makes from Bassenger in the from pasture. Give them plenty of
'. lives. accustomed home. him well known to the voters through- comes extreme good if available
i7. exposure and rather irregular to at He wonders '. bright hay, silage
, The occurrence of the disease among why his home dealers always buy California .o'lt.the county. lower end of the county, and and about one pound of cotton seedmeal '.
4n ,ao these men however, i is a special danger fruits He is engaged in the livery business is one of the substantial citizens from per day for the first month after
> "t. and of .great importance not only Some California fruits are good. in St Cloud and is one of the that section of the county. His serv- taking them from the cows. After that \
1 for the and shipping interests fine and wideawake business men of that fair they can be wintered .
;; seamen They produce prunes, grapes ices on the board in the past has demo on roughage.
s 'i-- but also for the public at large. The olives. The oranges are thick skinned city. He has worked faithfully on the produced on the place, with a little !
board and the people refuse to give onstrated that he is the right man in
calculates that takIng concentrate.
surgeon-general and tasteless, or too sour as comparedwith Cowpeas or lespedeza
y ,_ two and a half months as a fairly the sweet, russet-coated beauties him up. the right place and the people did not hay is especially good for the calves
low average of the actual loss of working that he finds on the peninsula. Peopleeat desire a change. Our people are will- although there is no better roughagethan

,2, ai time during typhoid fever, and a Oranges in Florid because theyare ing to support the people who silage.
dollar and a half as the average daily delicious. The regulation break- prove 12. The breeding stock may be given ,
f wage of the employe, the aggregate fast dish is half a large grapefruitaten their worthiness in office and the only the run of the stalk fields until the.
i loss Is some eighty years in actual with a little sugar. During thelay I'' , / sure way to continue office is to be middle of winter and then fed on trite
, 'w working time and 44.000. in wages. \ oranges are eaten at any time X faithful when once entrusted with the roughage about the place the rest of
"In terms of cold dollars/ and cents that one happens to be passing a responsibilities of the position. the winter. As the cows will be carrying .'
alone this is a rather heavy price to grove or a fruit stand. Many people calves, they should not be permitted \
j.i. pay for an entirely preventable di.i .- who seldom eat oranges in the north, to get poor, but should be kept '
i i 1 ease." Furthermore, each patient may because they see only the California in a thrifty condition.
1 ; become a focus for the spread of the product, soon'get to eating them on 13. If possible, dip all'of the stock .I
,I disease or a source of no little subsequent their arrival in Florida. Quality is the each spring and fall-to keep them free
+ danger even after recovery as a only explanation. Many years ago the of lice and to put their skin in good
'4 { possible "carrier." "Carriers" on board Florida oranges could be had in our condition.
vessels are particularly dangerous, as markets. Then occurred a big freezein d, I 14. Farmers who have a number of
they are an ever-present menace to the south and the supply was cut + cattle will usually have to let the bull ,.
fellow shipmates) and to passengers. off. California got to the front with run in the pasture with the cows. If
t In shifting from port to port the seaman their sour-pickled-green product and this is the case, do nqt put him with '
"carrier" may becoming a traveling Florida oranges were only a memory. immature breeding under range condi-
; focus of infection and an active They are destined to come back. People tions, give scrubs as a result. This .
agent in the Spread of the who ito down there will never be held true for so many years that the '
The.war and navy diaease'l I satisfied with a substitute. Fruit 4 y } idea became fixed that otily the scrub

very, largely reduced-indeed, almost growers' organizations will reach out would live in the south despite any
obliterated-the incidence of typhoid for the northwestern trade and the big + aFf 4. precautions that might be taken or. ,
fever1' by the introduction of prevent fellows will come this way. Inasmuchas <. conditions which might be changed. i
VT Live inoculations. The French in Algiers an orange will\ keep on the tree for However, the use of pure bred beef \ c'

and Morocco have found typhoid weeks after it l is ripe enough to ship, ,- i bulls upon these herds of scrub cows......&..:. '
preventive inoculation of such great it would seem that there is no necessity t110N. l I especially when the herd .
value that in these countries troops of shipping green fruit. Ripe oranges I kept free of ticks, has resulted .
which formerly suffered severely now : can be delivered in ieed cars I. such an improvement in the calves, ;
a the ravages of the disease are and they are sweet and delicious. both as to size and quality, that the
comparatively free from it. Indeed, There are a number o( kinds of old notion that good cattle could not t,
,,;;. o* Trow a positive scourgethe affection I fruit in Florida that are produced for be raised in the south is rapidly being
.6' has''become almost negligible\ Incident '
\ home use only. They are not easily HON. C. L. BANDY dispelled.
of military life Similar favorable tranpporetd, being too delicate. These The more progressive farmers in
4 experiences with preventive inCoeplations fruits .are strictly .t1'QJlIcal. and as Re-nominated County Tax Collector. sections where the cattle tick has been 1,
tI.: are reported from other they do not ripen in the winter months, eradicated have purchased good bulls

.fWconntriea So far, preventive inocu- northern people do not learn much C. L. Bandy, another candidate to" to use in grading up theirherds. The .;;. ,,
IWlatlonsifor typhoid have been used about them. There result '
are the mangoes, has been wonderful< High grade
., txuonly in military and Yiaval circles andt.n..b the guavas, the alligator\ pear, and the be re-elected without opposition for S. L. LUPFER cows, producing deep broad, blocky 1\, :
\ the office of tax collector. He has
: pltal workantong physicians Japanese'plum. The calves that
guavas are very Re-nominated mature into 800 to 900 ,
'.'and nurses.- The results have Deed so common and are used largely for making spent practically all of.his life in Kis County Treasurer. pound steers at two years old have
favorable that'"it would seem to be : Jelly. The alligajor pear and theIfltIDlfO.ar. simmee and Was for some time an em- now replaced the small cheap scrubs 111
time .to secure the Introduction of the .. expensive and the "
fruits that the
of the A. 0. I 'Ry.1, but resigned S. L. tupfer\ also were formerly on farm. Scrub
practice of*typhoid"immunization to writer was. told that one tree of rood re-elected to the calves that were formerly worth from
the public.1 _Nowhere does a better op>- sift often produced (60 worth of fruit .'and became a candidate for tax collector office of treasurer of Osceola county H to $7 at twelve months of

t portnnity exist to test it than among I in-a season.. Then there are the ba some ,eight years',ago ,,and was without opposition which speaks supplanted by the grade of beef age calves arc.
the United States. 'seamen of.the mer-' .; several varieties, are produced elected aDd baa been entrusted with more than can He is that weigh 450to 600) . told
,n.chant' service .Navigationon ,. the but none for They betetr pen express. a $30aahead. ,
; export. are and ,ell for $H \1
the duties of that office He .
since.
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and(
ever
genial
.iiKnit to aDd and popular business man and
-j -aleMi'ii n w Jutt open I are.Juicy sweeter than what welmtbMu.bta Such cra4e calves have been
,;ittta U the best possible:Urns to"show; ; ._, ,. 'iia,, courteous; and obliging yet faithful being of a conservative nature. pe.cuUiriyJltsjiim -' for the las( three marketed t.'

I ,..;".., ,__', maybe accomplished In -::8.lb. Florida orange groves ef tea .'* in-his-datiai;which->rmadebima: ; ; ; for_the...position. and of animal industry yea1'8 ill the Alabama y.the.bureau cattit -., "@
-' : tIoG of traftio acres. cost flSJXM) when ten years old a r.fayorite,, ;,with;;;;the'--peb'pleT throughout; ;(1hls faithfulness to the duties entrust7ed 4 'feedingexperint '

;I,4-M1loas from fever the oecaak that hare* sl and NIIt,in-good AD. the bearing investment, and.pay25 after' paying per -,.. the f ntir*.county;. and,by'/having.no. ( ed to him in the past,J haave made*him tat ranging. frOm before$26, to $3 S as ..d when Y,

'I ...,1 .resstil LiL ..,. ot.QtIou. This the expense of.cultivation.-H The Tan ...... .'.YOrJte.J.4L.nJo. >.!thqconddwp. .l... r"on _, .."...:,...:;.itb. nawdlchrehdtoorr: : .the.important,po., market llecl....:.Good pl'Odta.wen08" being putTupon, the
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: had,been pouring water on it from-a I, --,-- _. .J>- .. IJ r. '

well or from the river. NoT It surely rm (MSnMUNG BUDDER' WEAKNESS. FLOR1PAS-COMPJRATITEFrNANCIAU - ,i
SEEN 7" STOMACH- T
.. BOON is a wonder." And they rode miles STRENGTH '
to see a little green island in the midst '

of 'an ocean of fold-summer yellows BACKACII 'RHEUMATlSM QUICKLY VANISH ,. Figures of 'January '13, 1914, for f SUFFERERS,

tion; a plant which 'could pump its .national Institutions, ,and of June 4, .

: BY FARMERSr and browns; verdure without irriga .1914. for state, .sayings and'' private H YMI .Wl.h.T*' Obtain Comptou, -
: own water from the permanent'sup Even Most 'ch mic the< blood, -and 'drive 'It' oat of the banks. and loan and trust companies, and Permanent Reult Try:
ply when it occurs twelve or fifteen I the latter group includlng-only insti
feet below the surface f soil Find Relief After A FewDoew' system 'tutions reporting' the national treasS Mayr'Woaderfri Stanch.,.." '
,1 a ,.freely. So sure,.so positive, so."nck and 'I
: : open to root penetration i j "' .. Are Taken'' lasting, are the results obtained fro.ni 'Prtmentlww nearly $2o.OOO.- OM" 'DM* Will,C. njM a.YM. ,;

""The plant for which-the' pioneers ". the use of Croxone that three doses 1000,000.v0' aggregate resources, of
lyLFALFAPlant pined had been quickly found. The Backache, urinary disorders, and a day for a' few days are often all ; the south's share exceeds '
crowning need of the whole arid ,region rheumatism are caused from weak that is required to cure Worst +}00.000,000.( () The combined capital

( west of the Rocky Mountains had inactive kidneys, which fail to filter cup o{. backache' regulate the ,IDOIanJloyinc I I.surplus and t hdivided.profts are more
.. been supplied through the optimism opt the.. < ; -: and enterprise! of a fewCalifornia pio pure, and the only''way on earth to the numerous' 'other similar roubli's share is mora than 9892,000-

'ThatLWas Food of neers."The.. premanently and positively cure. ucb conditions) : I 000, end' the aggregate i deposits are
Mormons at. Salt Lake were troubles .toremove, the cause. 'It is the most wonderful preparation nearly "S17.600.000.000, of which the
pioneer in irrigation -on the Pacific The'ngw' discovery, Croxtone'cures: ever made for the purpose. It south a share *" mon .t1an 12,400. : -

," NebuchadnezzarYIELDS slope, but they had no alfalfa until such conditions because h reaches is entirely different, from all other 000,000.
they saw the California demonstration i the very roots of the disease. It remedies.. There is nothing else on It must be remembered that, the
) -+ and profited by it. Then'alfalfa soaks right into''the stopped'up; inactive I earth to 'cdnipare'with it. It fs so population of the taith'l only' ..>>Out J

MEAT AND,EGGS CALL followed irrigation water into Colo- kidneys, through the walls and I prepared that it is practically impossible one-third of the total population of the I

FORNI A'S WEALTH BASED rado, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Ne- linings; cleans out the little filtering to take it into the human. system country, and that for. nearly.twenty' .
LARGELY ON CROP IN- vada, Arizona and New Mexico not cells and glands; neutralize: and !dissolves : without results. years before 1880 Jhe- Van's"WnvrM 1' : .
TRODUCED YEARS in the order named, perhaps, but all i the poisonous uric acid substances -: You can obtain an original package .peraUdagainst the accumulation by known throughout the country ftumxh H ManvthmiaaiMh m 4r! wets

AGO. .. of them followed California and Utah. that lodge in the joints'and ol'Croxone at trifling cost from any the south of any resources were the r-pl. T. taken it far Stomach, Linr ami 1-:
Then came the movement eastward muscles to scratch and irritate"andcause first-cTas drug store. All druggist very' conditions which., 'gave the rest of lauatinal Ailment and report! oiarecloaa r>-

(By Arthur-M. Evans.) .from the Rocky Mountains; Kansas rheumatism; it neutralizes-the are authorized personally return tha:
It is a far cry or a long hark, :and Nebraska fir>ty-and then the whole I urine so it no longer irritates the the purchase. price i if Croxone fails to its banking resources. A fairer even from one dove are beardeveryw'here set

whichever you may prefer, from ancient sweep of thevMissouri valley; then the tender membranes of the bladder, rive desired results, regardless of comparison emphasizes the fact that .IJ'; ta thoae tremendous afflicted with a.l.:Bta.aaa.Bfc It. rarely, Ue etwrfaila

I Babylon to Chicago, yet according Atlantic slope from New England to. I and cleans out and strengthens' the how old you are, how long you have the population of the south today is and IntMtlaml AU_'...U..11....... Oaa aatho
to scientists, the National Georgia. stopped up lifeless kidneys so they suffered, or what else ha*. failed to 17,000,000 less than the population of MnuM K-d leileotlaM, JMaatawaa.Fatatlaa .

I Alfalfa some Growers' association and kindred Everywhere impulse! to try alfalfa I filter and sift all the poisons fromRecordBreaking cure you.inurnbronze. the whole. country in 1880, and, nevertheless ...r. Ce..MiMlla.ipa4toai.. 0.tio etc.., should AUaoka.by,all T mean.ra4U I,
t
d organizations are engaged in came from what people east of that the aggregate resourcesof try tfcia remedy. The benefit. etamach ...,,.*-. 11y"Cr.
.; (J' other the Sierra Nevada actually had seen, national banks in the south are who hare taken Mart'. Wo .mu Bliaaah
. : : which boosting old none King chadnezzarneub- or heard about, as done in California. I 136,000,000( greater than such resources ......, have reeeirad 'i.'hi moat _aeaa

I t\ sisted when he was on a salad diet. In many cases no doubt eastward moving Outputof in the whole country thirty- Remedy' laiunf you one.should After be able yon ta har4kctt dls at and tkta aaaimilata -

. r Alfalfa, they theorize, is the identical Cahfornians personally pioneeredthe four years ago; the average! per capita your food enable the heert to pump
alfalfa movement in distant states. of such resources being about $65.60 blood to every part of the body, ajt-
..... which the Babylonian .
on
grass Ered and atrenstn to fibre and muscle ;
i potentate foraged when he turned I remember that the demonstration in Bauxite and Aluminum in the south.today, as against $41.30 aparkle to lb.. tbevyev-taarme .. '
$ himself out to pasture in his periodsof Nebraska and Virginia were first made in the whole country In 1880. So too color to the complexion. and activity and brilliancy -
ex-Californians. although the national banking capita to the .brain. Do swaywieh.yoeepsis ;
by
madness. will probably bet I ,
They and merino and thla I. often' with
trying to trace it back to the Gardenof "It is apparently' striking event in I II power, which is used ex- in the south today Is about $5QQOO.OQO even on. doee; i>f Maras Waadaifai poaaible M.a *aaiR
Eden next but at rate it appears plant movement, this progress of alfalfa < FIGURES COMPILED BY UNITED tensively as a paint pigment, in ex- less than such capital In the rest of .mdy interesting literature and booklet. '
any
" r that ever since the dawn of civilization eastward across the United I STATES GEOLOGICAL, SURVEY plosives, in lithographing, and in the country at ttm earlier period.-the Goo daaeribinaStomach JL Hqr )4rl.Ailmenta Chemist, gent 154-15 free Wait-.by.

the value of alfalfa as a for- States. The course of economic plants SHOW 1913 PRODUCTION printing. Aluminum foil has partly ,average per capita in the south I. 'toSU.. Caictco. 10. ,,
has been known to man, alt. beginning in prehistoric times has been displaced tinfoil for wrapping articles about $1.26, compared with ninety-
t age crop tradi- EXCEEDS THAT OF such as cheese, chocolate candies and !three cents in the whole
the
though it is only during retent years westward, not only from country in For Sale In Klsslmmee By ,
that considerable number of Illinois tional birthplace of the race in Asia PREVIOUS YEARS. tobacco. One of the newest and perhaps loHQ.. --_ >

farmers any have become interested Minor, as commonly recorder, but oldest uses for aluminum is its The aggregate of individual) depos J. Z. ROBERSONAnd 4

in its production. from China westward into India, and I I employment in making the soles of its in national, state, savings-and pri- Druggist Everywhere.2.0004b .

t. The plant, it is said, was carried thence westward with the migrationsof The year' 19l4 was the most prosperous i shoes to be used by workmen employed vate banks and in loan and trust com- .
stem- in the of bauxite in wet and damp places. The panies in the south is
into Greece from Persia in 490 B. C. the Aryan races. And yet, history the I alum $2,434,578,986,
introduced into Rome in 146 B. C". andtaken ming this tide, alfalfa moved eastward and aluminum industries in the Unit i inum-soled shoe lasts much longer or $241,946,775 more than such ag ;
into Spain and }France a few from California. ed States, according to W. C. Phalenof than an ordinary shoe and is said to be gregate .in the whole country in 1880.

1iJ:, centuries late, although some writers "And while all this is true, it is. -of the United States Geological Sur- I I impervious to dampness.A Between 1880 and 19l4 such deposits M. TILLER

Meld" that Julius Caesar was responsible course, a fact that the plant knownin vey in a report on the production of copy of the report may be obtained increased from $190,666,014 to: $2,424-. '
: for its introduction into these Europe as 'lucerne' reached the At- bauxite and aluminum in 1913 from free on application to the Directorof 678,986, or by $2,244,013,972. equal to Real Estate
'f Agency.
t countries. The Spaniards imported it lantic coast many times, no doubt, "Mineral Resources." The productionof the Geological Survey, Washington, 1,117,6 per cent. in the south and from

into America in the sixteenth century, prior to the introduction of Chile 'al] II bauxite in 1913 was 210.214 long U. C. 'IOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOO $2,002,067,197 to $15,159,788,350, or by .............-.......- N
8 and its journey into the middle west falfa' at San Francisco. The names tons, valued at $997,698, against! 169,. $13,157,721,163, equal to 657.2 per .
F has been both from the east and from apply to the same plant, but 'lucerne' 865 long tons, ,valued at $768,932, in cent., in the rest of the the we..t.Thl. . made no appreciable stand on the At- 1912. Bauxite is used chiefly as raw the separate states of the south Houses rented.

f brief resume of the plant's history lantic coast, nor did it move westward material in the production of metallic there were notable increases, such as Taxes paid and Titles ,
of claim which therefrom. It rested under condemna- aluminum, in the manufacture of thirty-four times in Texas, twentyone verIfied ->
is a
given s s s s
apropos
F California is putting forth to the effect .ion for inferiority to red, white .and. aluminum salts, in the manufacture of *P times in West Virginia, nearly 160 for non-residents. +< ;t4

that it is entitled to credit as the other clovers. bauxite bricks, and in the manufac- times in Florida, nearly twenty-nine Fire, Life and Accident In
,l' originator of the alfalfa movement in "Back in 1871 1 was secretary of the ture of alundum for use as anabra- Saved by purchasing a times in Arkansas) nearly thirty timesin surance. .

'" the United States, which, according to Central New York Farmers club, of sive.The Mississippi, marly twenty-two Indemnity Bonds.
former Governor Hoard of Wisconsin which Mr. Campbell, owner of the New amount of aluminum consumedin I, Select Home time. in North Carolina, and twenty

to is "the most important agriculturalevent York Mills herd of shorthorn., was the United States in 1913 was 72: ,- Choice Farm times in South Carolina Of course ..... . .... . ....... ... .
tJ. of the club such marked increases are. explainedby
of the century." president, and at a'meeting 379,090 pounds against 66,607,000
In California the progress of alfalfa some one asked Mr. Campbell what he pounds in 1912. The marvelous growthof -Vacant Lot the comparatively small beginningsin

cultivation outruns the statisticians. thought of the plant 'lucerne' which the aluminum Industry is shown bya orAcreage- 1880, but counterbalancing that factis
,I Since the 1910 census was taken it i.r is had recently been received fromEu- comparison of the 1918 output with 1 I the marked difference between the seH.BULLOCKREAL
r estimated that the alfalfa acreage in rope. 'I am going to plow it up,' said! the total consumption of aluminum I increase in banking strength and in

. % California has increased between 60 Mr. Campbell. 'It is not as good as luring the last twenty years, 377,009- the accumulation of wealth reflectedin I
and 100 per cent. and the value of the red clover.' Mr. Campbell could growa 000 pounds. More than 329,000,000 A.k'Mr. deposits and the increase in poup- 'ESTATE' *
1\;\ been shorthorn cow which sold at auctionfor have been consumed in the last Summer batten a striking manifestation of the
1913 has plac- pounds
field in
in the
cr6p $40,600 but he could not see valuein fecundity of the natural of ......L.. ............
ed at 20000000. ten years. The total production in of the Elite Realty Parlor, 608 resources.
f' Alfalfa in California is largely the alfalfa. This was evidently the con- 1884 was only 160 pounds. I I I Penfield street South Kissimmee. the south.-Pensacola Journal. I INSURANCE ; ''

basis of the following products of the clusion of others, for the plant as introduced Aside from its use 'in the manulacture j I ?
the United States at Atlantic ,ports never established PHEASANTS AND PEASANTS Examination'
Estate as reported by of cooking utensils, aluminum is of titles t a
i\ Department of .Agriculture for 1912 Itself. It was not until the now being employed on a larger-scale i A choice 40 acres of citrus .
and by the California state dairy bureau same plant proceeded eastward, cladin in the construction of welded tanks, I L land bordering on a beautiful (From the Cleveland,Plains-Dealer. ,
: the panoplof its western victories trialand cooking vats, and vessels used by\ lake. A rare bargain. The rating of peasants as somewhatless Specialty.CoriesDondenct .- -r .. :

Dairy products ltlt)______* 11.160.071 that it could command intelligent brewers, preserve manufacturers, and |! in importance than game birds
l ;Uve. Block on farms________ 1J-2i-fi! fair judgment. Now it is engross fat rocoverers, and In industries where For rent-a new 5-room plastered and animals was one of the reasons I Solicited,, ..- '
________ r .;,
,Poultry pn .J'Ji.SJl ing attention everywhere, even in the I bungalow; flowing well; for the French revolution. When
metal is that will !
required conduct
.____.. 10's'.IU
feffg-s ( ) _ ., ,
1' :.H&ay fctll flt8091_-..___ 71 ..7tl states where the last generation con- heat, will not corrode; and is not poi.onous. .- i, large lot; suitable for a garden. things were finally straightened out '

: It strange to credit demned it as undesirable. It has been found by expert-, many of the noble lord.and'iadies .. i.
appear i -
may to alfalfa ,but developments "Alfalfa made"its first enduring ments that the only substances which had been deprived of their heads and '1' -
eggs'and honey ; $ $ : $ $ '
.stand on American soil in California the others had been deprived of their
'; art rapidly moving in that dl- .ofIts dissolve any of the.metal are oranges,I t ; .- CW..GRlfFIN
;' rectlon..' The egg production in the al'falfaralsing ,; and the Callfomia'demonstration' lemons Brussels sprouts,_ and! tomatoes privileges It was established os a ,

district of California is value lies at the:foundation the 'plant of the because and that 'in every test the -quantity . .t............ .. ..i. fundamental Is"a'.human principle\ that* and even'that apeasant ...-,......,.. . T -
and in the ,present popularity .dissolved wag .spuLlI to beharmle. being, '
increasing rapidly, eijen ao as ,. Staple a 50.FfncVMOCERJE&
4eoast.'teglona.where alfalfa is ,little pf bill. usefulness In stock grow ;- "' any human being: Is of more importance ,.. ar
i
and alfalfa meal ing' and' feeding enterprises tn' all'parts When in Need of a : than a quail of a,wild pig.
hay .
The'nse of aluminum '
gtwnalfalfa wire
as a conductor -
,ofthe'United States. ,There has just1 been
a' tiny reproduction
rations. As
{.; enter largely into poultry MIn the middle of the last century in long-distance power-trans VETERINARY SURGEON ,of pils-phacaro '
for honey, which was formerly madeon California the world more gold j I mission schemes is increasing. A.recently -Call ForA. revolution in the Httje German--
wild bee pasture! the chief products gave but I it/ developed branch of the aluminum I F, RICHMOND
than it previously possessed of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha: The
1: come now from the alfalfa fields' of made a greater contribution to Amer- I: industry is the manufacture of Loughman Road mont wished, to open for general nChi1 TO .""- _..... .,

y the!California's irrigated valleys claims:for the medal as ican development in the gift of alfalfa the powdered metal known as alum- Phone 121-3 Kissimmee, Fla. fic certain roads leading through' 'Free Delivery-to all Parts

because alfalfa will grow each : I fic certain roads leading: to and
'i original promoter of of: anima industries year \b
j j. in the development North American throughout the continent. Chicago'I were deemed highly desirable to meet .
the
{ continent throughout were set forth by E. O. Mc- Record Herald.' : the needs. of the common people. Ac- m
tion to this end accordingly taken
was
Cormick of San Francisco, vice-presi-- I
dent of the Southern Pacific railroad, THE FARM! DEMONSTRATOR. by the government but the reigning .000400000.f.00.4>.*4Sprlgg S
duke, Charles Edward, has refused to
during a recent trip to Chicago. Everybody goes to school in his ear SUPERIOR SERVICE:
comply with the demands of the Leg-,
., "It may ba briefly and confidently' ly' life, at the time 'when he has little I COURTEOUS TREATMENT Isture.! He says the road connot be'I' FlemingCLEANING
declared; he said, "first, that no'single means of knowing/ the practical valueof I .1
because the would be ,
plant ,whatever: either herb, vine the instruction he receives. Conse- opened disturbed. game I ..
or tree, is eaL value in quently a great many make !
I alfalfa persons This young Charles Edward is a ) v
California as the plant; second in their school
small.progress common
grandson of Queen Victoria, and acquired -
that no single plant comes soT work and not until their mature years the ducal throne through his PRESSING,

quickly to the homemaker's Help on do they realize the folly they displayed descent from the Prince consort, who DYEING ': tJ4
\ ra land, or to suitable land under -
yi irrigated in neglecting their early opportunities. -
was a young sonof a reigning duke.
: : rainfall, as alfalfa, and none assumes REPAIRINGLeave :1.,
TheUtmost .. resent duke's widowed mother,
I j so many forma of value. But many even of the persons who merely because she Is daughter-in-law' .
1 'ion ( "Now that the Interest in alfalfa studied while in school seem to think Wute
States and of the dead Queen, receives an annual word Ft aad clolfce w; f
I I" covers the entire United that their education at that time was
l pension of $30,000 from the British will be cp1.1e lor and returned.
the plant is either.established or undergoing completed-a preposterous suppositionand Security 'r
a treasury. Charles Edward himself still r r00040J04000
from
trial nearly everywhere
; -- they give litlte thought and retains the British title of Duke of Satisfaction. Guaranteed 'l
the Gulf of Mexico: to,the Canada. it make little effort to continue their ,_ .,
IS GIVEN YOUR VALUABLES WHEN Albany. It is, perhaps, rather fortunate
to point out, not only Cal .
i'S is pertinent education in later life. for Charles Edward that the . ..P.O t
ifornia's leadership in the*utilization The hard-handed farmer is likely to THEY ARE PLACED IN OUR FIRE chances of have led ;
primogeniture ----
..t': of the plant but the effect which California's look with skepticism.or suspicion upon AND BURGLAR PROOF VAULTS him to exercise his "divine rights"somewhere' . \ I
1; demonstration has exerted eV"-" the youngster whose head is filled with outside of England. TheEngU.hme ;I"".!
'
erywhere. theories about farming but whose of' today would make

About sixty years ago( gold seekers hand never knew the calus worn by What Satisfaction to have' this protection. quick work of..a prancing who en-, THE
all '
California :
traveling to by
were the pitchfork or in guiding the plow. deavored to enforce medieval ar GRA\'STON
available routes; and food supplies But some of these young men who SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT and
rangements to peasants pheas
all the markets of
were ordered from have been brought upon the farm and ants. r '

the world. Either through the travel who have pursued the agriculturalcourse A cabinet crisis in Saxe-Coburg- 1m MUM 52u i,1-,
for gold or the trade for food there in college have that rare com- ; "
came to California knowledge of a bination of practical and theoretical $2 and $4 Per YearArthur Gotha is not a serious matter in Eu- New and _ond-" n4 auto.*- )
in ropean politics. But it is very seriousto fclla for _!. fNN fie sod '_ ",
strong growing, perennial clover knowledge that produces what has the Coburgers. Their governmenthas {...H. at Grays tela. Garage i; i.at .
Chile which was new to American come to' be termed the "scientific farm- Pssasr. 4 > "
and their duke
4 eyes, and though California was not er"-or in other words, "the farmer resigned with ,the task'of getting is a confronted new SI.W.TIIIUU, fir.p. ', a,I. roiTtl. T. ; ; ";

( then generally recognlaed'as wonderfully who knows" and who does not guess. E. Doncgan P. K. Weaver, government which will be in accord l
endowed for there
agriculture Most farmers as well as most other with his ideas to the '.
were a few pioneers who saw the truth business men need to continue their President. .. Cashier.D. the ducal as inviolabilityof
... game The beet
and made haste to take advantage education throughout life. But that preserves. 0000000000000000'00
way out might be to pack the m
I of it. education must be specific and prac- back young ,' '
"What seemed to them little less tical. The farmer has in the farm native man to England and' get some 0 C. F. THRASHER E.;t;;

s than a calamity was that the rich demonstrator the teacher educated 4 o INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS be properly Coburger compaisant as duke who and would 0 Sheet Metal Worker .. "f.

''i which grew rgiders so tall in. the especially to help him in his work. ornamental. 0 Steel Ceiliags a Specialty \\.t.,
'rainy season that on horsebackand Our county commissioners realizingthe 401 CLAY STREET + ". 'rr. "
grizzly bears could not see each importance of a scientific demon- Kissimmee, Fla. + '" 1\'

other, until actually encountered, .ration for our farmers to aid themIn r. .+

should be bare verdure during the farming in a scientific, and prac- .0. 0 00 0000 .. .. i

long summer and autumn heat which tical, way, that better results may be H..W. 8 BiHETT
the grand valley oaks and sycamores obtained from the same amount of energy D. 1 WP6HEE IHSDUCE I flBEKCY.Seecesser ( ........ .0...+.... r

bowed .to be so good for foliage. If have decided to employ. a demonstrator esee ....

there could be found anywhere a plant and beginning with the first LEWIS Q'RR.X N
which would not bleach and die in the of August we wig have a man trained to Arthur E. Dssugaa Agency ; ,Fin Life Healla.aaJ Acdde. : '
t early rammer, when plant should be and fitted for such work located'hereto ATTORNETATLAW s

1 doing their' best growing, surely the give instructions', and demonstra. Re',...-I.. 8' Scead. floor. Ctim. Beak WaDiI .ru.. .Z4a.. . ii INSURANCE -. .
California! plain*}conld ou -flLl'pl any tions. '

e tov'wiere, grass stag te.Aprft Osceola county keeps abread of theforerardmareb SPECIALIZING IN
in Wat this Geaeral Insmraaee Baa.aMs, represeatliic the tnac-4 .. : S
and browned of proven and ain .$ . L s.u..r t. ;::- ABSTRAcT nTITLE
I. wonderful clover in Chile such a! Ms she proposes to continue to bolder Reliable .. ...... .. : .
lanttVlpertiasVvrsewil! : ['NELSO lf INSUtlANCEAGENCT i '&r" ..i : <
.
srq lrjrJtt, : > place in the ranks ofproirresslve "1'- .-. .- I <1.t-AND.J" -

they said., I eountie.. and her; farmers ,will rank. oJ;; 'We'wttl .$, -ti...,tk. B siacei ef the Artavr EL Deaega AyesW / :'" WORK. ,,.
. "What wi-.t&atpatch: of en.ID : with those ot the" '...
highest
I r '" I M Iwlthia.,. haiigeTeWpatMaa; M it Ui.uctt.t .) l" *>* 1 :- .! sow StaU Baa( BtiUiatfV .; 'e .' *TaSAMlt.at Qo r rt .fi t.3sM1
$" l y \ ; thi-Zet'aminto--i'ale y-IQ8L-he1ow:Lth will biv tbtt tdyahtate. f eel- .< rfU''ry ..,. t . . . t .., .. ,
)y ,
l' t '
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I", t", rta_ k1 '.mrl, me..D4iL4 I entiflc training. I.-thel. wor + '_,.:-,: r.-," M > v i ii ,i<> i- : ... ..............,.

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4 The KrS s i in m ee V.a 11 e y Gaze tie. serving-at. member .of the .United.'States: ',senate' from. ihe..itat. ,of'Florida.Hi 11 ). 6"iy :.TUE' dR wING dF. tiRCHlbfti FLORIDA" 'PRODUCTS* ,'i.y.. s<. I ------
. .. .. .. ) for I ha in 1 '
-- -- -- -'- home. some year past ) been; Jacksonville he is a Ki.sim'bor , It is a far cry from sunny'Florida's*, ."
(By L. M. Bennington.)
& ".tBUSflD EVEKV FRiriAY. OFFICmlN VALI.RT GAZETTE BUILDING. and ) lost of him. i frozen Norway and .Sweden, yet the :"
KISSIMMEE. 08CEOL.A COUNT FLORIDA.S.J. .we have, not sight although perhaps he has forgotten the -No other member of the flower I

T :..--_ ....,..==-----.----.--:-.= ::;-=00- _........ boyhood day. spebt in this town, when, he played on the beach. of Lake TohoJpekaliga' kingdom boasts of so many wondrous I, material of ski for is exported twenty-five annually thousand front '\
combinations of form, color and te*- pairs
W. B. HARRIS .: '. .. .' _" '" Owa... : ,' [ ture.. the orchid. Of all the flowers1 ; "The Land of Flowers" for use on the

TRIPLET i ,". .' . ., -Editoji Now another of Kisiimmee. sons'has'forged himself to the front and sue that have been given.-us,-there 'fs none snow and ice in. these northern countries A''
of Europe.A
: to with the orchid toembellish
compare
'-- -'"-- .._ .__ f -ti ceeded in. being<<: ; nominated to,the office of'congressman from the Fourth. district our homes with, their fresh love- correspondent .df the Industrial ,
) SUBSCRIPTION RATES. t'n' < copy on. )'paruu.. _______:....110 Index writes interestingly in this
liness of
form and color for
On. opy a'I< 11)0nll.- fJko. One cop>'. thr.. months_________ .441 and Joe Sears will[ go to Washington to help make laws for our nation. adornment. or personal issue of a plant at Gainesville, Fla.,

"7---- -.-:-. -'.'---=- =,'. --- Joe started in at law-making. amember of the council of Kissimmee and < :Ontrary to the general opinion, or- 1 which prepares the material for the \

? All ('omn11snJralh"n.It from our utharlc.<'<) <'orr..J'>f'm'.lIt., muni "..... made good. He then elected and proceeded. 'chlda) 'are by no means difficult to ski and which also sends several thousands -
was to the law
wrlliT mayor execute
Signed by the \
sticks each to Englandand
I grow to their fullest perfection. Another I'I'I golf year
1)1) returned unU'H culled for.
w not *
Ijeted
1 _. mHlJt-r :... .__ and in thai also hern de good. Joe makes a ,success of whatever undertakes -,1 prevalent error is that the orchId Scotland. It furnishes batting

(Entered" Rt ihf PoMortlc,' In Kl..lmin..". KlorJcia an HfCoriUmatter i and as congressman he will make good sgain and we would not be in is exclusively sv "rich man's flow sticks used in looms in Germany an<(
I and most of the heavy wagon
Austria
-- er This is by no means, true, for
-- i i the least surprised to see history again repeat itself and Joe yet ascend to the .many of the varieties are relatively I gears which are imported into Aus

r FRIDAY JUNE 5. 1914 I governors' chair and there execute the law he may help to make a, a con- inexpensive, and it Is possible by the tralia. l Many !gross of baseball of high grade bats
expenditure of a very limited amount and a large percentage
- gressman at Washington.Joe of money to have a collection of superlative automobile spokes used in this coun-

THE WORK HAS BEEN WELL DONE. I has a brilliant future before him and The Valley' Gazette is the first to beauty. They require the try are manufactured at the plant.
proper kind of house, the correct materials All of these are made from Florida
---- suggest him for the office of governor of the commonwealth of Florida. {I in which to grow them, care in white hickory, which is said to be the

L The battle of ballot* of ksrTuesdayis over. and as the smoke of battk We doff our hat to the honored son of Kissimmee. watering and temperature and the best in the world.; The minimum

clears away it reveali the results in no unmistaken terms. The people have I ,_ ame attention that must be given to waste in cutting is only C to 10 per
', _ but given these, cent., while the waste in making up
u - -- --- growing thing, ,
every
;; upoken and their voice has been heard (from one end of the commonwealth to' '
,I The Valley Gazette learns with the one orchid will reward the) grower Virginia white hickory, said to be the
alongside
the other and the waif of the politician has been lost, in the desert air. I pleasure that Joe Reese has purchased gotten a reasonable Plant. Vas distance cut loose and i most abundantly. ". >, ' I' next best in the United States, is 40 '
away of
: : In the race (for United States senator Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher was a can- :' an interest in the Reporter-Star before the flames had time to do her air Orchids but must require not.plenty be exposed light to and the | per The cent.slabs at the Florida plant which
of Orlando and will in a short time retire serious The
didate to succeed himself amA was opposed J by John N. C. Stockton who after I II I from the Sentinel staff to.take up any also saved by damage.the timely arrival docks of were the full sun; the proper shading of the'' cannot be made up into any market
with all the
orchid house in is able together
es- product,
A hard fight and a thorough canvass of the state, was (forced to accept defeat the work on his own paper. fire department sential. summer very sawdust, is by packing

-.-as' the *en"5o"ritnTeM-W-Ako..ptc4ilc aauta.lo Senator Fletcher and he will j| in We acquiring congratulate so valuable the Reporter-Star a man as Joe', $JOOOOtfully The loss id covered estimated by to.insurance.The be about. No other Cower so persistently appeals -| companies and purchased used in curing meats, ...,.. .
to the refined taste of those to and the ashes of the material burned
be permitted to continue his services uninterrupted for another six years. The |i loss Reese sustained and can by fully the appreciate Sentinel when the A. C. L.Plant Ry.was Co. $pie but property of the whom orchids have become a passion, ,I i under th.? boilers of the plant' are sold

next race that especially interested our people was that for congress. In that : Iv.- I leaves that office. Here is hoping a4one of the Favorite, was Line managed vessels the exquisite perfume varying from j for fertilizer.

that Joe will continu.e to let his in- -,has been in for the faint, delicate fragrance of some These facts about an extensive Flor-,.
an
from
race five candidates were entered. lhree of whom were Jacksonville. one use many years. themselves
of the dendrobiums to the deliciousand rda industry? are interesting/ -
fluencc be felt in Orange county. It wasxtne of the slowest speed boatson
from Key West and one /from our own city of Kissimmee.Hon. IhJLYalley Gazette keeps that Tampnxbay and has been used as almost overpowering odor of the I and serve to illustrate the va-

from the watchful eye over the career of all a freight boa for the few aerides and epidendrums. riety as well as the richness of the
Claude L'Engle. who is now serving a"5 congressman state-al- past ; years.
her former employes and wishes for Orchids can be grown in pots, pans I rw.ourcesof this great state.

lar'ge and who was seeking election from this the Fourth. district over-e
mated his IItrengthth:- the people and also underestimated the strength of( Joe I Here is hoping that the influencefor Every man is his ClHither'B keeper. er drainage.in the While dark they houses require shouldbe shading HOW TO GROW EGGPLANT.
good that he has been able to lie can't help it anyNqore than th" summer
Sears. For he remained in avoided and air should be admittedwhenever c An excellent, vegetable which comparatively -
the greater part of the campaign Washington not wield while connected with the Sentinel neighbors can, much as th ey might few grow is the eggplant or

deeming it necessary to return to make speeches or appeal| to the voters. at he-:' will in no way be diminished in like to. lie can't evade th<<;[ responsibility Oypripediurrj possible.: is one of the most interesting Guinea squash. Anyone ran grow the
making this ('han e 'from the morningto of such relationship unless he
felt confident of( and all that Mr. Sears and branches of the orchid family ''eggplant/ ] almost] as easily as tomatoes.
during
winning lime was going up the evening paper, but may he continue lives in the wilderness and nevercutties tender and
The
] bountiful field of plants are
and offers yovng
down through the entire district presenting, his claims and appealing to the' to do good for the good countyof into contact with his fellow-,,jo'yment to the a amateur. It is. composed en-- should be started in a warm place in
Orange, where he has establishedhis man. It is a law of society as fixedas
'voters to elect him to congress and telling them that if he was elected what' home. any other enacted by the ] of many varieties and an al- I' northern sections) of the United States;
___ _ _ Almighty. mos nlimited variation in form and 'yet but little difficulty will be experienced -
he would do. He fluent and his ,,"ords'aroused the ---- His: conduct, good or evil, or careless
:_ attempt to is a speaker '.FIIISI'HEAI) TRACHOMA.. color. 'they are of the easiest culture in central or southern sections.
must affect others accordingly.
U voters to action and when the returns came in it showed l that the battle was Individual responsibility to society and ofaom in the greatest profu j The eggplant is propagated from
luring the past few years reports cannot sion. This crass is extremely low in.1 I seed, an ounce producing COO or more
fought 'out between Sears and L'Engle with all the other candidates entirely be escaped, whether it be in n or- "
I regarding tra homa among the reservation als in price and offer '"'Qntold enjoyment "totK plants which is enough for thirty or
affairs.
Ot physical The criminal
eliminated and that Sears was an easy winner leaving L'Engle to meditate over I Indians and the mountain population lowers the moral tone of the orchid lover 'Kmited Jnel ns. I forty common gardens, as a dozen or
of Kentucky and ether states community The odontoglossurnaxare the most f twenty 'plants will yield enough for a
the deeds of( the and and tell "Dixie" how it I' disgraces it and exerts a degrading
aL past figure out us through just have stimulated interest in this dis extensively grown of alt'-orchids, and [large family.
influence. The
happened. 'ease.' Investigation has shown that it man who livesin require an evene, cool and Most i temperature i, Since the plants are tender, they
j affects many commu.nities, to a grater dirty surroundings invites disease throughout the year.\Th'y I should\ be started rather late in April,
: This came as a surprise to even the most r intimate (friends of( Mr. Sears, or less extent, existing* in a number and thereby the lives endangers of his the neighbors.The health. andpohsibly are among the most easily cultivtd, I the first of May is better, unless one

who. although hoping! that he would win and feeling that they had done every- of" instances among school children. )- conclusion is inevitable: that it and will rewardthe grower bountI'-, has a very warm window I garden, hot-
,) Attention has been directed to is the fully. The flowers are fairly bewildering Whet d! or green house, as they are very
thing in their power to help him to win, yet a victory so great as that seemedeven the great industrial establishmentswhere and duty his of premises every man clean to and keep health-himself in their beauty and their unlimited i J: sensitive i to the cold.

more than they could realize, when the reins of( national political power large numbers of foreign laborers ful, not only for his own sake hut for variety of color and markings. Plant4he, seed in a shallow box andkeep
are employed. In each Instance. of them are low-priced, in a"w_ rm sunny place until the
: were snatched (from the hands of L'Engle and placed the hands of Mr. that .,f those who by force of circumstances Many; very
in three four
r
when a focus of the disease has been must associate with him. making it possible to have an extensive young/ plantsliave or rough
I found, its origin has been carefully in- collection. leaves. x.
cleanliness
Community
Sears.The community I Then the seedlings be transplanted
that -
\ tigated so preventive measures may
next race to attract the attention of voters that (for | sanitation, is just as much a duty that
our county was ,J might/ be instituted. J. W. Scher- to a larger/ box, or several
eschewsky of the health service every man owes his neighbors as to be Washington I). C., June 4.. "It is !boxes, where they will hav more room
representative in the legislature and the race was 8j three-cornered one and | public decent morally, for physical illness has
has examined the 5,962 employes of surprising and incomprehensible to in which to (grow, or better still to
somewhat difficult to get a line-up on until the ballots were cast. Hon. N. C. the Youngstown (Ohio) Sheet & Tube astrangely moral intimate. connectidn with one who knows Mexico and the conditions two-inch or three-inch flower pots.

Bryan proved to be the (fortunate one and has been receiving the congratulation company with reference to the preval- is degeneracy.It a fact that in the past and to that have existed there for the Keep the young plants growing Vigorously "
last four that in this
enece of trachoma. lie found years, countrythe after the first transplanting
of his friends over the splendid race he made. them seventy-six cases, a rate of among prevalence a large degree in the present, law impression is almost universal | since their outside growing season is
enforced essential
-c Hit opponents Messrs. Pat Johnston and S. J. Triplet, both put up gallant of 1.3 per cent.' Nineteen cases strictly municipal sanitation.is This is due to secure partly that Villa controls an army of large 1 comparatively brief.
and that he is in
of suspicious conjunctivitis were also proportions supremecontrol Finally transplant to the open garden -
5k .fisiJt but the voters expressed their desires, and the democratic principal of observed.. Of the employes 28.5 percent to ignorance, partly to perversityand of the so-called constitutionalists the last of May or the first of

majority; rule has always been our policy and .we accept the resultswithout were..,Americans. Among the citizens indifference.will persist Some in otherwise allowing their good ," declares R. B. Henry, an en- i!. June in central latitudes a little lateCj-
of Shihuahua who left
1,700 Americans the rate of prevalence gineer recently I farther north and a little earlier far-
a word of complaint. 0.23 cent and dogs to run at large unmuzzled, and that country, who is here. ] ther south.
was per among
In the other race which only; interested citizens of the county some of the the seven! foreign nations representedthe they police make interfere a fearful for the fuss actual when safetyof the "Villa signs himself and proclaims J i I Make the garden soil in which the
rate ranged trorn 0.9 to 4. After himself the commanding general in plants are set as rich and warm as
candidate had no opposition while in others there was spirited contests and careful inquiry as to the time these than the their community.wirthless They when howl louder the field of the constitutional forces, possible, so that growth will be forced!
r curs anyone but he has no more control over Gon- at the highest rate. The should
in few instances the race was uncomfortably close. men had been..in th-9 United States, presumes to enforce the idea that the plants
Schereschewsky the opinion zales, Figueroa, Zapata and other) be set two or three feet apart and
'1 In the proper place in today's issue will be found the result in all the that with butt_expresses. exceptions: the dis- rights selfishness.of society are. superior to theiron Mexican generals .than Carranza has given thorough cutlivation from the

,, ; over Huerta. Villa himself actually start till after fruit begins to set
contracted
various races in the ease was subsequent to
county v Some of the ablest scientists' in the '
landing in this ''country and i*, the controls and 'commands only the Zara- One nice thing about the eggplantis
t ,We present the nominee* lo the public and. ask that they be endorsed at the great'majority' ot'instances, while the world fever' is have demonstrated that typhoid goza brigade of probably 1,600 men. that the fruit is fit for use at all
disease
transmittedby
polls in.November.' 4' . men were employed1' in East You gstowu. flies a germ it the, service. of It was not ah army under Villa that stages of growth, from the time It is
I yet requires
took ToVreon, but,the combined forces inch in diameter till maturity1.
It was ,not thought that the an
the police to compel the of
: - screening of rebels, held together by the power- It is good keeping vegetable and
--- disease had been 'spread to any great earth closets. The investigators
extent by conditions) in the'milIa. Close have. same ful tie of opportunity to loot. That the late surplus crop can be held until
; PACKING .PLANT PROPOSITION PLEASES PROGRESSIVE PATRONS. physical contact and the' use of the fever proven the transmission of yellow is what makes the rebels successful. longafter frost and 'even Into the
of malaria and other diseases
,
-
They have never had a victory, except winter.
common towel, .and hand basin are
by have
mosquitoes they
; point-
possibly at Monterey and Tampico
; We do not desire to continue the subject of a packing house for Osceola! known trachoma to be,:./avorable but these to conditions the spreadof do 'ed out the methods of prevention, yet where the men under them were not
the pleas and protests of sanitarians NOTICE.
I'; ;Y1 county indefinitely but we are glad to note that the agitation of the subject not prevail in the works of the com and health boards are disregarded by granted"Obregon time is to in loot.absolute control of
Most of the do
I;.. tl continues to interest our business men and they come and' express themselves pany.wash in the mills} and foreigners those Americans not- the vast majority) decades of Floridians.The of he. twentieth his own little army in Sonora; he does Kissimmee, 1 Fla., June 1, 1914.
opening { -
q freely. of the skilled labor class! who do century have been marked by not report to Villa, nor to Carranza; To the Public Generally:
have their'own buckets or vessels sincitowels. Urbina and the Arietta brothers operate I have this day disposed of interest
.I i. la. an interview a few days ago with Sheriff Ingram he said that the splendid (organization and magnificent in Durango; Jesus my -
: suggestions One possible source of infect ffort for the moral uplift of those in the markets known as the
.;: ; '!! offered by The Valley Gazette to establish a packing house here if-car- tion in the mills is the habit of the who need uplifting. There has been a brother of ihe 'constitutional in cal'ranza'j Rull Bass market and the Bass A
Coahuila Pablo Gonzales
; : lied into effect would workmen of removing from each oth- practical recognition of the fact that ; ; Bass market, to Mr. Henry T. Bass,
? .if mean more to this county than any other thing that er's eyes foreign bodies that may morals can not be permanently im- Natera in 7acatacas; Figueroa in I who now becomes sole owner, and who

II: : : could be thought of. He said that the suggestion of establishing! a bank to lodge therein, although they are instructed nroved while 'physical nditions remain Morelos Guerrero,and and Oaxaca.Zapata None and Delno of these in will receive all monies due the late
to apply to the medical serv- I firm and assumes all their liabilities.
< 4 take care of the interests of the cattle men was an excellent one and would ice for relief.- Attention was directedto unimproved-that the hungry men has any respect for Villa, nor 1 thank our patrons for their
in is
' man ragged clothes not likely to many
1 ,E meet with the hearty approval, and co-operation of every cattle trader in the' the living conditions of the workers be or to become a devout Christian. would that they he did obey not him.recognize Urbina Carranzaor told I favors and ask their continuance to-

i He that the thing that has held the cattle and here Schereschewsky discovered There has been a recognition of the me did not ward my successor.
,. county. says one business back in the chief source of infection. Villa as his chief; that he 24-5t ORD1A BASS. '
great fact of human brotherhood, but
I this county ha been the lack of (funds available that they could secure and Many of the lodging houses of the there has not been a corresponding regard any wanted one as his superior officer and; I
that he -oo
no government
: ;t, with a new bank instituted with sufficient (funds to meet this requirement workers in were instance much overcrowded.Thus organized effort toward increasing the was for the confiscation of all J
twenty-three
I i \' would be hailed with delight. lodgers, were one found in a four-room arouse knowledge a sentiment of proper for sanitation, better healthfulness or to- ertv"This and condition division among is what his pe prop'I'I Let Me Fix Up

: The packing house proposition Mr. Ingram thinks should be taken 'up by on.house, room., as many Insanitary as ten conditions or twelve ore-in same classes through that cleanliness need the among uplift. the possible, in my view, any cohesive government -i

t" I every citizen of the county and especially by the business men of rCissimmee.a vailed in East Youngstown as well as Good health is the basis of good The in Mexico rebels in the present situ- '
ation. are inspired solely YourPlace thisSumnJer
in the immediate of the
", there is not a man or a business but what would be benefited by this in- surrounding's of morals. You can't deny ordodge that by the opportunity they have, for pill-I
The recent cases
... r" men. presence fact, and the great moral uplift of the
There is
T elustry.r showed that the disease was gradually world won't come so long as you Work aging and robbery. the no armyin andI II
the republic worthy name,
from foci of chronic
spreading cases
{. The establishment of the industry bringing more people to the city, would in a state of acute exacerbation some 'on any is a other plain hypothesis.It hard fact. that Florida do not believe it would require a big I -
forcfi to bring about order in the coUn-
require more provision to supply their needs. Grocers would tell more goods of which Schereschewsky observed. In will not get into its full stride towardits try. It would require patience and ,
most instances, perhaps, as at East until I the Individual
greatest prosperity -
and by doing would make time. ,
so more money. Dry goods merchants would also laborers |
the
Youngstown, cases are among citizen, no matter how exalted -- ",

enjoy an increased trade and they would make more from the increase in their from foreign countries who ''or humble, shall realize his personal A SIGN OF SUPERIORITY. !
business. Our have been in the United States a comparatively responsibility in lowering th-srcK"fate .
gardeners and truck I .
would have -
increased
growers ( an home short tinva. The inspection and the death rate through voluntary I am prepared to convert
Two Pullman porters, representing
-I, jnarket for their produce and it is but the natural thing to see that they would aTthe ports of entry serves to detect and not legally enforced, sanitation, different railroads, stood in the Union I of land within
x' practically all cases that have reacheda through conscientious and intelligent any area: a
be benefited. station in St. Louis, and progressedfrom
stage at which diagnosis \is possible: effort to avoid disease; in other wprds, friendly gossip to heated argument -I reasonable distance of Kia-
Real estate dealers who have lots in and around the city would have ready an immigrant when he lands may have by doing everything in his power to says the Popular Magazine.

buyers and they wouldreali/e the infection in such an undeveloped raise the standard of community hygiene. Their quarrel centered about which I simmee, no matter How
!. satisfactory prices for them. and then the carpenters tate that it cannot .be detected and Anything less than this is not work-ed for the better road. Their

} would come in for building houses and the employment would benefit he may then in a short time I become a in accord with the highest type of citi- one claims, figures, and arguments came rough or neglected, into a tJ'

; them. 10, we see. the (further we follow this lint of( thought the greater it becomes The rues employers for the spread of labor or in the the aisease.great jenship. ..,._ _..A - fast and last furious.the tall thin settled I' productive and remunerative -

and the more people are benefited by it. 10 that it seem that with such industrial establishments should be In the old days of typesetting by the At'dispute with these, classic porter words: condition.
Warned of the seriousness trachoma. hand, relates the Seattle PostInt.elligencer II'
:1 1 an .important question as this one before,( the pcopje) that the public meeting of and especially of its liability to spread. a. printer known as "Pilgrim": than"Go orj,fellows nigger( ;tote.we kills" mo-e people "

J.t- .. 'the Board of Trade which will be-held. next Monday night should be packed with The health authorities of the cities Hazlett wandered into a Pennsylvaniatown you !
--- ---- -
and towns where these establishments and asked the editor of the .
: %interested' citizens all willing and ready to lend a helping hand in order to se- are located sayr the Journal of the weekly for a 8it." *- THE SOLDIER'S CHOICE. ,

a .cure this much needed industry that means so much American Medical Association should "Well." said the editor, "I can put I
tccveryone.
realise their responsibility in this you to work, but I'm afraid I can't Liitlf Frederick is a fine, manly 'I Estimates and Plans
.. Come out and offer suggestion1 and have a hand in, helping to build a matter. Bad housing, overcrowdingand pay you much money." ;: chap, and so far his overindulgentmother 'I

-.* greater Kissimmee. by joining in this movement and you will. feel better and life' lax personal and community by-I "Make me an offer," said the Pil- ;' and father have not succeededin FurnishedAlfrW.
'" p-iene will contribute to the spread of [ grim. spoiling him, says the Baltimore
,wilemworth while when you have. done some good to your town your coun-, this highly infectionsand 'disabling t"All right. I can give you two meals'a News. .
'
V :iy'and jrowr'fellow'man.Kissimmee . but wholly preventabledisease.. day at my houc,.you can sleep here He spends much of his time march-
"** i' the office .on this lounge, and I'll ing up and down with a. fircCilxpres! ,
'i StEAMER. H. H. PLANT "*,V\ I take care of your;;; laundry Thep if sion. on his face. '.
I BADLY DAMAGED BY FIRR,you 'need tobacco get it across the "What are- you going to be when

: t* rapidlynbecoming recognized a* the )home of statesmen 'aJwrithift On. of the.Favorite 1Jn6ae: [street at the grocery. They run an you grow up, Frederick?" asked an : : Law '

the OU't-re-fl there has been selected known as the H. 'B. Plant.-wa. >diieovered account with us."And up at that brew1011' admiring friend of his one day. : "
:, part ; for the United State senator to be OD fire at tMdo 1r to' ery can get acan of beer.whenever "A soldier, of course," was the brief. .\

Lsip'Ki1mmee:: ,01'-< -*. I Tampa Monday morning, about 3:30 yen like;: Besides IJl you I "Ely. The Developer of Modern ,

-- ,:- loo. WilKam. Rryan.wa ...appointed. .to..'11 aniin.piueJ-en-aueJ. by-th: : o'cloCk, and bJ' the,tilDe the ..JjirmwastflrasdlWandTthr.deparUzint. $-ooshr'--aa14-th.-PiIgrIsn-aft.rr., a .,4Is that satisfactory/" .. I' Who'dkULlne lau mil'bt'rt ti. killed. , Model Farm' -.. .'I<

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lIJO ..eGfta1IJDe4p : : "'-, :.I JtU.minoU'lf J jet a flthetwbt.d?Iftj I ': I'll be the enemy," quickly '
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0 FRIDAY JUNE S, 114 THE: i&: KISS1MHEE VALLEY: GAZETTE PACE 5.
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f. : THE KISSIMMEE" l pbge VALLEY No'li.i'GAZETTE' .... '". . ,- . . .. : .' '_> : : I 1 Hal Este of Tampa,, representing. COLE & VNLEY ., _, _. -

.----.z)" : r- ....' ,+ the Southern Drug company, was here c. :AT NEW LOCATION "
'I, :, .J : Wednesday visiting oar druggistsand i .
.Published Friday
Every By '
.- taking. orders The fifmofjCole & Unley ire. nowfound
W. B. HARRIS. q'OtNON0e00 in their new quarter, 26 Broade'
.: J. H., Holcorob of Tampa was here r
way. -Wenner-Sawyer company A
Ke i yesterday with hip line of grocery' and Postal iTelegraph office-aN occupying -

J'. ol I samples and soliciting business among the storeroom f rfiierfY''RC1X-: ..
I ep 01It" .
merchant
i Weather Report Q grocery pied, by COle & Unley. ,
""""""
.; JoBn Y. 'King! : and'wif.: of Davenport PYTHIAN. SISTERS' e
Fla., were 1A this city last Monday l
LIKELY TO
Following the daily) torn- .' and registered a* guests at BECOME" '\.

."" 'peraturei and precipitation a* the Cranstone!. hotel. ,'
reported by the Government . '. . It G. 1.P-; Dtralynakl' New York, ,Kissimme 'Temple a No. 21 seem

station' at Kissimmee. for the repre.entlngcutler) firm, was flail likely to become the banner'temple of '

week ending June 4, 1914: ing uport the.trade her last Tuesday the state, having had' an addition of '
and -exhibiting his ware thirty-three members since January. ;tom
Max.Mln.Rain NORTH PO'LE.Mfr 1914..
L. O. M. Wellslager of Jacksonville y
Friday ________ 91 64 ... was here Thursday in the interest of Last month Thursday meeting evening six of ladies the regular and-

Saturday ______ 92. 64 .._ ALASKff the New York Life Insurance company four gentlemen were initiated. The

Sunday _______ 93 65 ___ and soliciting business among work was put on with a well drilled

Monday ____,-- 93 71 ?- Perfect I' our citizens. degree staff of sixteen !ladies. After _

( Tuesday ---"'-- 89 69 ..19Wednesday Absolutely Charles P. Rice of Tampa, representing the business period was over refreshments .

'I ____ 91 70 _.. I FREEZER"The the Snow & Bryan Grocery able time were was served spent and by a all very present.enJoy-

,1 Thursday __.u 94 70 _.. Cream company, was mingling with our merchants The' Pythian Sister are organizedwith
I Hygenic Wednesday and, taking orders
the sincere desire
. .......... ........ ... ; for his firm. the moral, mental, social of and promoting-physical

u In The regular meeting of the Wily elevation of its members, cultivating a
:j IIIuIIIIIuIIIiluSipUiii' Will Freezer with the' Bryan Chapter of the U. D. C. will be spirit of fraternal love' which shall ,
I held at the Chapter House Wednesday promote and control their daily lives ;

Aerating Dasher" June 10, at 4 o'clock. A full at- and exemplifying in every possible:
t <: ;J.: THE LOCAL FIELD. i i 4Minutes tendance is desired. way the Golden Rule. ',
TbelDo8twooderfulofalltree.et By 1
i : Not means of it:.astonishing aerating spoons Ed Hanley'of Tampa, representing MRS. WINN F.NTERTAINED:

I " " 111111111111 "I ::1 It whip-air into every particle at the I. Crenshaw Bros. & Safford, wholesale / SHAKESPEARE CLUB

freezing cream,making cream that li produce merchants, was among our,
'W. H. Brokaw; with Griffing Brothers RustFREEZERS" a revelation' In texture and delicacy. business men here Wednesday: One of the most delightful entertainments } .
:'1 the tree people. 40-tf It breaks all records In I ever given to the Shakes-
speed- Miss! Vera Parker of Arcadia arrived pearke club was that at which Mr*..
The election is now over and everybody maltos BXTfe*,! Ice crests. -here -last Tuesday-and- has been W. I.. Winn was hostess Friday after '

' is happy.J. Requiftll- 8 slsnsta** the guest during the week of the noon. Her home on South Orlando
much less labor and uses\\em Misses Lee on Clyde avenue. avenue was thrown open to the select
W. Bailes made a flying visit to Ice and alt than freoer.
any number of guests, who enjoyed the occasion -
last Pastor
I; Tampa Sunday.Don't See it before you buy a freeser. Witherspoon announced last to the fullest Refreshment jlr
.fJ Sunday that his subject for the com- I in- the form of iced tea and cake were
. fail to attend the Board of ing Sunday would be "The Use of Af served
the waitresses being Misses ,
,, Trade meeting;.next Monday .night. 1 qt. $1.25 3 qt. $1.90 fictions and Adversities" in the Providence Mattie Belle Harris and Mildred"

i Miss Mattie Belle Harris spent Wednesday i \ qt t $1.50'4qf$2,75 of God. Winn.; Those present beside" the r' ,,

and Thursday with friends at 2 qt. $1.50 4 qt. $2.25 W C. Furse of Baltimore, Md. was above were Mrs. Thomas Ellis, Mrs 'r
St. Cloud. I 2 qt $2.00 6 qt $5,25 here yesterday enjoying the midsummer H. W. Boiee, Mrs. George Sawyer, Mrs. 'J'
.1 J., W. Prentis, Mrs. G. F. Kribbs and
balmy weather and

.f t' Jacksonville P. A.//Vans to Agnew cast' his came vote down in Tues from PHONE 123." QUICK DELIVERY i{ 3 qt $2.25 8 qt t $3,75 extreme with the northern extreme cities heat that at contrasting this is felt seasonof in it Miss Bay. ;

days: purimary. ? the year. MRS.. OVERSTRET ENTERTAINED

'Iji A. C. Bogue, formerly of Kissim W. G. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 4,
Harding of St. Louis, livestock -
'1 mee, but now his of Tampa, spent Tues. The Best Freezer for the Money agent for the Mobile & Ohio A delightful dime social was held
day greeting old friends here.H. Railway company, was here Wednesday Friday afternoon on the veranda of

W. Metcalf, a prominent liquor in the interest of his company. the home of Mr. and Mrs. John LOverstreet t
The cattle shipments from here look 324 Main street under the
dealer of Jacksonville, was looking after ,,
.. good to the railroads and they wanta auspices of the Missionary society of
- ;- business matters in Kissimmee last
Friday. I part of the business, the Methodist church, the proceed. be- '
-+ ing applied on the building fund of the
W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY H. C Taylor of Chattanooga has ,, ac
:: There will be Chidlren's day program been here during the week representing church. About forty people were preent
rendered at the Christian church an electric light machine and aj.>!gram! consisting largely
companyand
of music rendered. The Misses ;
night. Everyone is cordially was
.
with
figuring the
invite managementof Maude Alice! and Ada Wagner performed ?
our light and _with
r power plant a the
view" of installing a larger plant for beautifully upon 11.no.
H. N. B'ratton left yesterday- for our city. Mrs. E. E. Wells sang a solo, n
Tampa, where he will undergo a slight I J. W. Prentis and Miss. Lillian Preen
He will be absent I II tis played a violin and piano duet. '
about surgical a operation.week. I The Postal Telegraph office and theWernerSawyer's Congressman Sears, if you please.M. I G. L. Harris Jr., of Jacksonvillewas LAYMAN'S MEETING.The A home-made candy contest was
book store have mingling with the business men then indulged in.
Slips were passedto
layman's will be held
meeting
'Mrs. J. Earle, dressmaking, Willson moved to the store room vacated by D. Cohen of Chicago was callingupon of our town Monday.It at the Pastime theater' next Sunday different crowds on which were
Cole & Unley as a jewelry store, and' the trade here last Monday.S. .
flats that she is fitted
announces { now afternoon spelled the names of different plates
at 8 o'clock and led J.
by M. J
Cole & have moved the is still "Joe" with his legion of
to serve to better advantage her for- Unley ipto Gardner. of candies, and the crowds hunted for
This
of Baltimore Md. veteran leader will
Goldberg was
building adjoining the Citizens' bank. friends heie, even if he is to be our
well these in the served r'
mer patrons as as new ones. mingling with our business people bring an earnest message and there meantime being
This made last Tuesdayand
change was congressman.
should be_ with punch. Having found the plates,
>, C. 1 Foley of this office spent last all parties have been busy getting a large congregation pres
Leslie Alonzo each crowd to write
traveling out of Reo ent. See if was required a>
Willey of New York was spend- you can go.
Sunday enjoying the surf bathing at their stock straightened up and in ory
Tampa, stopped off here last Monday.J. ing the day very pleasantly in our city poem concerning the candy they found
th. famous Pan-a-Grille resort, one der ever since. In their dish. Th. marshmallow
, of the most famous bathing beaches of the first of the week. MOVING TO NEW QUARTERS.J. .
Narcoossee
George Snyder was crowd
the
,won prize, which was a box:
a
Prof. F. E. Faulkner of Baroda, .
t the Gulf coast.O business visitor in -
on town "
a Wednesday.J. Mrs. M. C. Collins and children of fine stick candy.
Mich., is- visiting his wife's parent, expect E. Mullenix & Son, proprietors of ,
'5' B. Siever and J. R. Woodall, in Mr. and Mrs. Set Boyne, also taking E. Maddox of New Orleans wasa to leave next week for* '.Tampa to the Variety Store, are moving their A SPLENDID COUNTRY" HOME. : IS
rr", company :with twb of Kissimmee'B the teachers' examination. Professor business caller in our city Wednes: spend the summer. stock from the Lancaster building on

: charming young ladies, motored over I Faulkner is a successful teacher, having J. T. Brown of St. LOUISA Mo., was upper Broadway to one of the Miller A representative of The < to St. Cloud yesterday afternoon and i taught in-Bernier county, Michigan day.H. calling upon the trade heN with his Stanford store rooms on Stewart avenue B. C. Miller's splendid country
pent the time most delightfully: fifteen years, and is one of the H. Kemp of Atlanta was a business line of cample Wednesday.. home two miles east of the city., last-
1 teacher examiners for that county.He visitor in Kissimmee. last Mon This firm has also purchased the Ed Sunday afternoon.

Albert, W. Parker who has been a is expecting< to make Kissimmee. day. _ L.; R. Vemedoe ot;, 'Valdosta, GV, Miller stock of new and secondhand This place was settled about twen:., .. t

student in the University 'Pennsyl his future home. .::i .. _. ; was' meeting his customers',,,her*. last goods,,and.will move it to their new ty-seven year ago1by M.. H.',Porter
I vania, Is expected to arrive'next. Mon- John Dickinson of Jacksonville was Monday.and,taking order, *. stand and consolidate. the two busi I of this city, and I. a convincing object
,' 'day to spend the .summer with his M. M. Lee 'of Winter Haven, editor vailing ,upon his customer here Wednesday ''Y. n...... .. : lesson in Florida farm-life... Tb hou*.' 4'
7'' father's family, Judge G. F, Parker. of the Florida Chief,,was a pleasant; ;: ' : H:- H.' Abram of Tampa "was mingling , i la surrounded by towering oak ,trees
caller in'Th Valley Gazette office last ; with our citizens Wednesdayand MARCH OF which afford splendid .hade.a well aa
, Jr.Mrs. M. A._ Geiger'' and son, I* D.,, ; Mr. Lee came to Florida W. E. 'Tylander' Fort Pierce was mixing business and pleMsur l ..INFANTILEPARALYSIS add to the beauty of the place,
of Apopka came over last Satur- tree from Kansas for among the crowd In this city last : _
some years ago Mr. U.
Millervery kindly. showed:
day afternoon and remained hen until health and like most printers who I Tuesday. R: J. Fuerson of Tampa, 'represent* : : ...'
his
. In the United States, infantile paraly.ie over tile .. whichis heavily fruited .-
Tuesday as the of her ing Swift & Co., packers '
guests was calling
,
song ink their fingers he could thrifty
once get on and in condition. He..
form until
H. D. and Dr. of this R. D. has his epidemic a few .i;
Hugh Geiger not quit .the business, so he launchedthe .Calkins rented the Bogue upon customers here Wednesday.H. year ago, had been practically un- almost every variety of citrus fruit
residence Orlando street and has
city.A Flortaif Chief and is enjoying a moved into on Butt of Atlanta was exhibiting known, but in 1906 it burst out in considerable that it possible to obtain, and in
refreshing rain visited this com splendid circulation and has a newsy, same. his line of samples to the merchant virulence in Norway and addition eighteen varieties of other I

munity last Monday which was" begin- readable newspaper." Come again, Bro. Ft B. Glenn of Atlanta was a business here last Tuesday and taking orders. Sweden, and thence it started on a fruits, all In bearing, and including-
Lee, and remember that the latch mysterious circuit of world. Practically apples, peaches, ; loquats -
ning to be needed for growing vegetation -I visitor here the early part of theweek. the) pears guavas
especially the gardens and farm |' string hangs outside to you at all W. F. Beverly of New York was a no country has escaped.: ID mangoes, grape., pineapples,. ,
were in need of the refreshing I' times txj enter our sanctum. I business visitor in this city yesterday. Europe there were epidemics every etc. y
crops I II. C Ford ,of Atlanta was minglingwith where from Scandinavia the
showers.. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark will return He was very favorably impressed with to NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DOGS.
after our business people Monday and our city. Mediterranean ;in North America its <
tomorrow to Apopka, a sojourn
M. A. Farmer, who has been a stu- of three months in Kissimmee, i i j I placing orders. Frank T. Graham ravages extended from Alaska to Notice is hereby called to the city 4

dent at Mercer university, Macon,.Ga., during which time Mr. Clark has been '! M. F. Newman of Jacksonville was I Tampa Tribune, was,a representing business visitor the Alabama America,; Australia the West, and Indies the, South South ordinance requiring that all dogs be G.

the past three years, arrived in the connected with- The Valley Gazette. calling upon his customers here yes- here Wednesday) la I the interest of that Sea Islands likewise visited. The muzzled during the summer month 4
city last week to spend the summer When they return to Apopka-he expects terday. were This ordinance will be strictly; enforced
vacation with his parents, Mr and to take charge of the Apopka i. newspaper. northern United States sections and of Canada Europe and the and any dog: caught on the' street t
Mrs. J. J. Farmer. News and will no doubt give that towna were the without a muzzle after Monday, June" ; '
tJ.
live, wideawake newspaper. His areas. that suffered mostWorld'sWork. 8th, will be taken up and placed in 1,
MMt:f. and Mrs. Ed Donegan of Waldo services,, here have been very much appreciated the pound. C. F. TISON, "
have been visiting relatives in the city and he makes himself usefulIn 24.1t Marshal. '- ,
this week. Ed holds a responsible potion every department. The Valley Gaz- I ELOQUENT MEMORIAL ':
&'( in the Seaboard 'Air Line shopsat ette wishes for them unbounded success SERMON DELIVERED }
DECORATION DAYOBSERVED
Waldo, and came to Kissimmee to in their new field of work. I
vote in Tuesday's primary. Rev. Chisholm's memorial sermon '
The cattle growers of Osceola coun- was pronounced most brilliant and elo- HERf ,I '
James Sharp of Williamsburg/: ., ty will organize/: and establish packinghouses quent. He spoke on "Our" Country." ,
.. came down last Saturday to accom- I and cold storage plants, if they s ntlll He mentioned It'! greatness, as a laud
pany his wife and daughter home aft- take the advice of an abviOusly well- u I It held in Providence for a peculiar mission BY G. A. R. POSTt\

'. er they have spent the winter so pleasantly Unformed man in an interview: in The ( of its being the logical place for -t >>>

here. They returned to their Kissimmee Valley Gazette. The Gazette freedom, and of the enormous price of ROSE HILL CEMETERY VISITED ;r rAND
,Kentucky home last Monday night. is trying valiantly to arouse our liberties. He spoke of our constitutional FLAGS AND FLOWERS y Ji;
greater appreciation of the cattle industry privileges-the freedom of
:
Miss Alberta Hobson returned to the in Florida and --r the of PLACED ON GRAVES I.t
some day, we mind, the press, of the con- 1 l
OF SOLDIERS.
city..)last week, where she has been believe, it will 'see its ideas put into 14 science'and of the nght to life and the ,:, ,',
spending several months with her par- effect.-Miami Metropolis.S. j < pursuit'of happiness. He spoke of our Last Saturday morning quite a '\.v.
Miss Hobson has
taken
ents. a position .. 1 national opportunities. He touched on large gathering of G. A. R. members '!I<:' '
.. as stenographer for C. A. Carson J. Entrikin. a prominent resident the struggle of the nation and of the Ladies of the G. A. R. and friends ;
to relieve Miss Corinne Gilbert, who of Kissimiriee, clad an exciting fight' '' tragedy of the Civil He ':,
't' Low Round RatesFROM war. paid a assembled at G. A. R. hall and from
is off for her summer vacation. with a big tarpon last night at John's.. t Trip tribute to the heroes of the 'war-and there proceeded by carriages, autos ft l'

\ L George Robertson, who left Kissim- Pass and was carried two miles into f JACKSONVILLE lather a beautiful tribute to his own and other means of conveyance to :.,,"
," t'p.mee twenty-one returned the Gulf before he was able to per- as a Confederate soldier "who Rose Hil,| cemetery, where, after a J'
:,',r' last week for a years visit with ago his old suade the fill1 'to go the way he wanted ........ pt.7S a.- . tcJ.JI Cl..l.dl . PI." laid. down his malice when he laid beautiful and impressive service the .. ;,
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friends. Since leaving Kissimmee it to go. After a fight lasting more c.D....... ........ PM w..w 1l.DI Pad. "M 51.11 L.4..e.a.a.u. . II..1.58" down is gun." He declared Chat patriotic !graves of all fallene soldiers of both
" ,.r George has been something/: a globe I than an hour Mr. Entrikin was ableto 1st....CIt7 'I'"l wk lna . M.'I . U.S graves enrich patriotic devotion, those who wore the blue and those! ,
the United get the fish close to the beach but ,......... . 71.11 T_. . e...e .-..'-' 3111P that men who die for 'honest convic- who wore the gray were decorated i
trotter having joined
States ,army and serving in the Philippines just as he was making, the landingthe s..Jo.tI.d__ ..'. I.uses.... ---1.P........ .- .. 55.11.51"' ,P..d... Lst. . .. 41.JS.ze" tions have a memory that will live, with flowers and small flags unfurled
China and other foreign coun fish made run and broke the leader. 1 1...Arks . It.W .....- ."- P." DoInII. : aMtit. that patriotic courage is needed no over each and every grave in memory .
tries. The party, which is being enter- .. 11.51 5.I.47.41 .-..- : : U: less now for our battles, and that the of the fallen ones "
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tained at Mitchell's Beach by H. Walter : .. rat 5Ln Mf..n hi - 41.41 M..lL C.: : honor of suffering fortitude was the Flowers in profusion were furnished '

Capt. C. H. Armstrong, superintendent Fuller, of which Mr. Entnken is- a Law __ M crt'-.......M c.a-.Io.c.JIIenoia.....,C..4."....... sublimity of American manhood and by wining sands and strewn by 1; "i
_.. aloe c.Lak_.... ....., h "r
of construction of the railroadnow member, played in tough luck last Jew_'"-.............aloe aeaa.. womanhood of those trying days. He Power girls at the conclusion of the %i v
; being built from Whittier to Bas- night. Alshough.they had eight tar- Tkiww.... Lib.: awl n.pe.eb.r 30. __ a..t o.e. 3L drew a picture of a higher republic exercises held at the cemetery. j ry
.f nenger, was in the city Wednesday. pon hooked at varibus times during ROUTE TO and a higher soldiery.. To quote in After the graves had been decorated : -
VARIABLE DENVER. SALT
,; t , Captain Armstrong report the work the evening not a fish was landed. COLORADO ETC part: "It I. a1 republic founded not in' all the soldier and their families '
SPRINGS
: ijJ, \ of construction progressing in a verxIt Several of the party got jumps out p LAKE. carnal warfare, but in moral struggle, returned to the Steen rink where baskets -
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'f \ ; satisfactory manner, there being now of their fish.-St. Petersburg' correspondent ? w G.4.....v-s.Wa.1.dar41............"..-._..ska.3s.cw.- a republic whose sward i* truth, laden with provision of every '
Tr''
;'eix. miles of track laid and ready for Tampa Tribune. .; whose reign i* love whose kingdom i Ir- fcindgoodtto-eat were spread and all
,inspection TO THE NORTHA ND NORTHWEST,..... life. In this republic there will be no were Invited to come forward and sat. k a
, t'I', I ,thr.*.h traJMstaOyi choice .l tow 4i0sree* retreat and no surrenders, nor will The occasion was Indeed ,a pleasantone
t! V Th. city I I. full of out-of-town MARKET CHANGES HANDS.. ........' there be any. muffled drums bating' and while It brought' back to the ' '

.:i k 'guests who have come to attend the *r" TLr. y Ltlp fair....SMue ArwSi. -.... funeral march. for the dead. But, memory' the loss of departed ones, :yet ;''
; }'i I' ILJ.TIf'Vi1 -* J* '*T JWiViiiiTJiflC' written ovsr'tbeport.l.: of every believing the privilege of.visiting the spot made w,
f' .,f', -< \and-amon including are number of the A Baa ha. changed hand this week, .,.1. .....l rfd ..?.- ---.t... *j -*.sf.! trusting ..heart will .be these hallowed because of its being the last,Jlt. .:
? "r-trustees, Senator C/A. C rit H.' T. Bass having purchased ''thein- ,.t...sr.*.*"*"'***-- W*";emu..sI1cREn11T1.--..< word, which are alike our inspiration 1 resting place of loved one mad It'a ". ,, 1
son of Klasimmee,- president, of the terest of Ordia Baa and will continuethe : ., and our triumph z On, death, where* day pot soon to be forgotten aDd.thel ( t.f
, .,J board of:trustee Be" W. L. C- **.- business at the cam stand. thy sting; Oh!,grave, when is thy victory assembling together of all,the veter .. '"
, J hon. D. D., of Jacr.zonvftle Hon W. V ; r'This,>market has-enjoyed :an' Imxaensatradeaiuiit ,mad..fI...rAw%; T" "_ >', ; 'r ,. :' ana andbounteou their,families to partake of13 ., 4J''' 1
, tfaf : .. ... .J.-L.JJun* Is grmtifytngjto.the ..............;:. :.... -- A Urge-audience- wa a presents'I. ,The *- ollowin ... : "

;-J., :of Arcadla..nd Hon. brazton Small..'of patron, to know that the business.will' Jatlvomllg,...... G. A. Eat a= In a body. 'Thechoir ration services, was but a.fitting. finale ti-:-> y
.; SJe.Rpr.Lat\ City Indes.,4' be continued .throughout' the.season.. ,' rendered .lDaaIc.I to.th. occasion. '" "i_ ".t

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OUR WOMEN the "Pop" in Apopka, and everyone near each residence, enabled them to
II L Apopka 111 111H.'v. I i.s wearing that smile that won't come receive the mail in due time, but

off because they are happy and con- route wagon which carried this
tented. being held up, will make it I I
l (J. W. Reeves made- business With. the coming of the electric Home for them to receive mail Stanford's I] Stanford's

MADE COWARDBY trip to Orlando Monday lights Apopka will take her place in a free delivery is established.
the ranks with other cities and there I The backwoods people are,
motored to Orlando '
(
WEld over
S. rl'dge !\\'n absolutely no further of the week.
the first i the lights coming and when the tour- noxious laws never interfere with )
Miss Newman of Oldtown wa* the') its who heretofore have been forced rights. The waters of the creeks,

FASHION I 1 I guest last week of the family of W. 1--: i to carry a {lantern or grope their way woods and the -fields furnish

Herry. 'Iin the darkness will find upon their with an abundance which should

The annual Sunday school picnic of i return a great change in Apopka and appreciated and the cattle and
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i the Baptist school here was held last the dark places made light by the illuminating ranges give them plenty of tame
Thursday at Wekiwa Springs and a :; effect of the electric lights.If and as most of them have schools

When Modesty is Lost > most enjoyable time was had by all. you are thinking of buying a home churches few complain. BIGSALE

,] The Apopka Fernery shipped a I here you should get busy and secure -
I large shipment of ferns to Detroit what you want before the advance in COST OF RAISING A BOY.

Mich., last week. This has proven prices take place.
Foundation quite an interesting and profitable in- Academic statisticians

I dustry here and the company has orders apply their arithmetic to some

s for all the plants they can grow. fields of investigation. A

J. G. Spurlin motored over from ili 1l Inn ii iiRex Chicago university, for example,

;' Ocala Wednesday and stopped at the figured oat the cost of rearing a

| Wayside Inn while in this city. The very cheapest rearing, he

PARENTS SHOULD SEE 7111TNEW A. W. Walker is having his lots came, he saw, he voted and costs the parents $4,000 to bring
FADS ARK: :NOT INDULGED : | boy from babyhood to the of
to became the humble American age
I cleaned, and fenced preparatory once more
IN BY DATfiH- I building" a new house, which he hopes I citizen. No outstretched office- teen. Lees than this win not
1 weeks.L. him the but as much more may be spent as
TERS. to begin within the next few seeking gentleman grasped by
r P. Lane has purchased a new hand after this important duty had parents can afford. Presumably he
Ford and is learning to manipulate it. been transacted; no smiling eyes look- fers only to the necessary
A the took
generation ago parents "Mrs. Julia V. Bridges has returnedto ed into his and told him how well he cash outlay, and makes no
the reins of home in hand-
discipline
$ for the parental time, knowledge
her handsome residence on First was looking, nor did any inform him
now tie) parents follow, and it our of several that believed his influence experience. Some parents, of
absence they
street here after an I
will the it
readers pardon expression,
gain knowledge and the
weeks in Orlando. throughout "southern o( the
spent part
is of the children lead and the
a case the of the boy, and the
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Starbird entertained county was very great, and how proud expense .
follow, and if readers will .
parents our the B. Y. P. U. at their elegant: they would be if they could be for- of other parents is without value.
the it is of
pardon expression, a case it. is
barely possible the
home on Alabama avenue last Friday' tunate enough to be worthy of that
tail the instead of
the
wagging dog/ I calculations contemplate a profit
time influence he's, voted dead
tail evening, where a most delightful politically -
the hence the
the dog wagging
that ends the chapter, he'sworthless. loss balance between boy and
was spent. '
pplit-e drt etc. and the prettyne'rnoclothewlan that eliminates these items from
S Mrs. W. K. Williford was the guestof -
1 + idea would never now.We statistics. Even it is
so, not
r +' Nava, gained in popularity had parents Miss Groves in Orlando last week parted with our jug creek friendon clear how he arrives at his final

been on the alert. Fathers know when and attended the graduating exercisesof Saturday 30th ult., and accompanied Nor is it at all dear that BEGINNING JUNE 27th'ENDING
the Orlando high school, where her Nathan Blount his any
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they.. objectionable costumes on the by and young- tical purpose has been served by ,
1 'I street and elsewhere and if they were daughter Miss Mildred, was one 'of est hopeful, all in a spring wagon pro- arithmetical If he could

t the patriots of the home that theyahould the members of the graduating class. pelled by a big fat mule, we made our that a $4,000 exploits.boy into .
grown
be, the French of to- Misses Lillian and Mabel Eldredgehave way towards that mushroom city of
designers hood is less -valuable than a $ '
i arrived home from Stetson university St/ Cloud. i Just before entering the JUL Y 7th
day would be looking for other jobs boy, something might be proved
Miss Lillian was one of the found number of the citizens
.
and their daughters would be gowned "city we a his figures. But he cannot. The $ ,

'. womanly Attract the attire.and curious not in stylesthat ..graduates.. Rev. E of Lee thatachool Smith has this returned year. tog assembled.the beautiful:sAathe'; 'ceremonies ll'emet.eqperfarm.connected - boy',may be million dollar man,

'..When a stated; idly institution or'tam II,. from the Southern,,Baptist convention with'Memorial' day"and arriving at the.pendent.$10.000bQy Cheap< raising an impecunious does not I

Tosel Itt modesty;foundation will which, convened. in Nashville. Tenn., the .city'we''took'up: '' obr'old', quarters I a cheap product when it comes to .. .
'soon .crumble. 'France had its' date lad weekMies at the Peltet"'fwse' ; >
.
: ing boys. No doubt Abraham iJic '
,, ) 'Mexico' hat.'it' now' and the Unite Jewel Womble has returned 'The :oJd jvieer nsi! .greeted us.kindlyaadowr'were..aoonnarrating for Instance,'cost his parent. le'lI, : '
after the
home for the summervacation Date
c-- 'State of America trailing along be. events Don't'-Forget:
he
. successful $4,000; very likely left the .
& Wnd-through\ greed, speed and the closing a very ..school'year--as-in Or a connected with the warwith alJ the roof'with the financial accounting : .
% -'thousands of causes that have been teacher in the publi vim that old soldiers usually observe. in his favor. And one would not
1 the of nations. lando., X Rex -used the''term Yankee with
: undoing great club per- to go far to cite plenty of
Fashion has made cowards of too Our Amateur Theatrical entitled "The gave feet' freedom and they Johnied us with I to prove that lavish expenditure in

S ;many women. Dress to suit your purse a very interesting in play hall last the same good nature. Not a particleof 'bringing has been worse than
A\ and use such! styles as will make a College Town" Eldredge's animosity existing on either side. wanted. '
' under the of
Friday night, auspices
4 .sensible costume, and pay no attention crowd This has almost universally been the There is a homely old Baying to
the Civic( A large was |
f' to the mandate of Dame Fashion. League. 'which case, the only departure from the rule effect that\ a silk purse cannot
present to witness the play, was H. C. STANFORD CO.
Men have their faults a-plenty, but pronounced t first class. | was at one time when a oung preacher made from a hog's ear. But it is

tl tyls is one subject upon which they Mrs. Fritz of Miami and her daughter joined in the conversation and -de- ably closer] to the point to say If'I
I stand pat. Since Adam's time men Mrs. Mary Anderson, and chil- clared that the south could not have raising a boy is a gamble at best i

have dressed much alike, their styles dren, of Orlando, ware the pleasant i succeeded, for God was on the side of gamble for the boy and a gamble ,
M* never running to the ridiculous, except guests of Mrs. Julia V. Bridges in this I Icity the Union and the south was' thus I the parents. Still it is the best ." I
:
a few dudes, with more brass ble in the and, somehow,
, last and t fighting against God, and for that rea- world on
,#. .\ "l' than brains. The conventional suit I Work is Saturday being pushed Sunday.to a finish I I II [ son they could not succeed. Rex retorted whole tt turns out pretty well. _H
:'v and hat-thousands just alike in the new residence of Mr*. Smith I that he had never before heard \ $4,000 wager, plus affection, hope I

make-up and color. And despite this m'upon, Sixth:: street, which will be quite an I of a conflict where, it took God andtwenteillht terest, faith, may all be lost, but ,

.*( .,.. .sameness, they are just as much admired I attractive bungalow when completed.A I men to whip one. The it pays to rear the boy. May his I
.'ie'af as of old and, the suitor is not Rock last' applause that followed completely demoralized bers increase and his shadow ,

r e. turned down by the young lady of his week picnic was!' composed party to "of the Springs followingIrs. : [I j- the young divine and he grow le Indianapolis! News. FROMKissimmee
choice because he makes his
weekly ignominiously retired to a more congenial .
Miss
Walker and
A. J. daughter, i
visit. in the same old tweed suit of I latitude.Rex .
a Katherine, Mrs. Nellie Booth and i HALTERED AND TIED.
clothes. The inner
is valued and
man
not the outward showso daughter' Miss Averill, of St. Petersburg i remained in St. Cloud over Sun $3 $3
should
; :
women be valued--and she would be Mr. .and Mrs. I. I. Turner and day, Monday morning finding him in An Illinois editor was recently
V! were as much judgment used'in styles. daughter Grace. They report a jolly j the morning train bound for your city. ried. He has lived through' the TO
Our women' will never be of timp and romantic scenery on the trip. i On his arrival he repaired to his old onies of a genuine wedding' and
capable
running the affairs of W. G. Talton had as his guests last quarters, the Inn, and finding his old even told the truth about it in his

they are willing to government accept womanly until -. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grum- ], room unoccupied, he took possession. per lie has likewise done the
J attire. Crystal River News. by nnd Mr. Derby of Chutuota, and Fsrfltng-- find-any-authority--occupancy a--favor byexpressing his views 1
-
----- Master Brumley and Messrs. Davis I, he applied to the owner Hon. traveling double and of looking Jacksonville and
c AS TO SEX ANTAGONISM.The and Drake of Augustine. They all Arthur Donegan, who cheerfully at the world through two pairs ReturnAtlantic
motored over via Orlando, spent the 'granted him permission to remain

attempt to stir up sex-strife of day very pleasantly. there as long as he wished. eyes.Here's his story of it, right I '

x woman against man is a serious of Work is' being pushed as rapidly as The country at large is certainly Inline from his pen:
fense. And I have no hesitation in 'possible on the new "First and Last condition. Dry weather for a time.
laying the blame for the whole agitation Chance" store of B. F. Wilson on created a slight panic, but the Florida "This life seems like 'a fairy
I've been haltered and tied.
No i
+ on a type of neutral woman, the Fourth street, which will be occupied farmer is always worse scared than Coast Line
and hash. In the
r.. ,aeml-sexed product of latter-day loose- ala. grocery as soon as completed. hurt. If the corn twists in the.sun his soup language
the immortal, I'm feeling fully. I
thinking and faulty education, fortu Harry lIewit has the contract and has imagination sees a ruined crop and if
to feel different when I
,9 nately in small minority. In reality oushed it in order to have it readyfor at any time any portion of his planting'looks pect f
coal and other
she Is not at-war with man. She is at a polling place for the primary the least unfavorable he'sa buying things.
'41 war with her own sex, says John Horace June 2, where the election was held. ruined man. But the rains camel (that's my wife) says shell .be
when home I'eat too
,
wood in the Mother's we get
Maga Real estate continues to change everything again look fresh ana
zine. Man does not view her with an- hands here and new people green and then his nerves are tonedup here but I asked her if she Thursday June 18thTickets [
bers that old Baying, 'We must
tagonism. JHe finds please
merely her
nauaeatfve. every day looking, and all are as proportionally as they be- and eat.' Must close as we .
: with the prospects. Here is the placeto fore had been low, and he i III once mpre
attend the play 4Two Hearts
,
In sharp contrast to this school is invest. the cheerful, happy and independent .

a another less in the limelight of the Our people here are reloicing' to farmer. This a part of his human, na Onetonight., good on all regular. trains. Final
daily but the less "In regards4to the next
press perhaps none learn .that D. W. Clark and wife are '
a an evid influence. I refer to the sex- to become residents of our town'again. ture.Kenansville and Whittier will, at no Dump Mrs. Hill slide the limit June 21st. Proportionate low rates

t ,,craay rabble of scribblers and screech- Their prolonged absence for the past distant day be one and the same city. Canal on the dead galley kill from other.points. '
erawhose prurient and repulsive effluvia three months has Men felt and their At the former place there has been a Jones and put Cally Freckels to .
1 d +) flood ,tM nation with erotic filth. return will be welcomed by: all our postofTlce established and the mail on last run. Bucklins Arnlc For further information call '
1 .Hundred. of thousands of pages of cltixens. .' route between St. Cloud and Whittier twice and put those two linotype on or write to

!4. -.thelr outpourings, some in fiction and' There is absolutely no reason why having been discontinue the malt is cals. Wanted, a house keeper. any A. C. L. Ticket Agent, or
S. .?.some .masquerading in the guise of Apopka should not .be the fastest carried to Kenansville by rail and from Wanted, a house to rent,' in the

i d y "purity", or f! sex hygiene and instruc- growing town in Orange county as thence to Whltti rwith horse. This faa box. Have .the office towel Wv C. GILBERT Ticket Agent
""., Iiterature1.,are befouling in- she ha. the location, with two railroads great convenience,''to' Whittier rby you'll' And it standing back of the Kissimmee.

*'hocent mind of young girl and boys, affording abundant mean of this means, they'receive' an kegAmsending.this as a night '
:
\Carousing: unnatural curiosity, planting, transportation. She has the best climate mail instead''of three,; times a every sage because It'.,cheaper ana'. : Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A., Tampa, Fin.J. .

a ?;the eeede sex-consciousness, and to be found in the 1It& ..the best heretofore.'' "- -1MU.U !Va* J"f are" quiter. Give oar regards to -

the war'for' early. immorality. medicinal 'water' In''"the1.' wend"and The two places, combined have a and bay up al')Ut....". ricer IB-town' "'' .... G.., KIRKLAND D T. Passenger Agent I Il'
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"rI'fde.ttotlnc; !: :;throwthedoos "' backed; up as' she la by the finest fanning p.palatimuoLAaboetgpp. ;with.much burn it.; ',rvv yoan,. : TAMPA FLA.
to..uneltton. lands' and"' -fruit-growing aprobabUidetl..ef Incnaae- than * s ? "SHY AND VjtVa'-CfYW.JsIi ii ,

e.44J-.,, ." be disciples,of aex antagonism Tire"":lands' In the entire Itate/! and already ever'beioreMItle.Al6ilt'abput: : brle-ap -Congratulations,, old...to .-** :t .' '1"1[
1 *' '
4, "ke1 y .makei--- much' ,headway; popoTated >> on..bdf.mita.between.th.-Xwaa'cea. :ttnieL :f.rrfl ::11, : y

,fJ. "nalu' 'nil;,mad 'advocates'. there.: \1. ho'vwatay'toheheldApl ththe Parties" UTI'"t '''' ..CIoud .-,. ""r'." "."." ..". ..,'.... -........ . ,'., .h' , .- .' ... .
1'Lp. JW iilk' bottle''with"-bacVgroaBd: ''longerr"Che :.-iA4r..tG &J14..WhtttIec.W\lfbIa' er. Ii th '!' exactly ,.ault:; : "n'1-' p .

1&. ......,up,...nd ..Ca611.hhik., '*e.xu.l'.e.' ,the front. If you 'are from Missouri able .'ltieoflwBYdedfe; X80'i' pf/ .errs Le/lt In b1= stbe y:. .:-.J,.,.betek,1." J..4. one.: .j', ... ..1. '" '- .r,...,. ..'

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JAfftaf: palntihg-the"tre "directed -'
17-- var "
; GROWERSr :in 2, they. are sprayed twice, 'f 1 ; : '" ,

l. . .,. at Bordeaux Intervals; of two weeks, v with 6-5- O r rominent'r'ioridianP : ; BANKBOOK YOUR

; ,..kilnspect.ihe; : trees repeatedly and I . -'-

i. r r { regularly. Bordeaux for new infection Mixture.;.' 5-. \ ,' '<{ < f'f' '! : :- BtSTr

A. Dissolve 2 Ib.. bluestone (copper
'WARNED I \ :' sulphate'in one gallon of/water. B.
Slack two pounds of lump lime and L-FR-INDjI
make it'into a gallon of Whitewash
C. Pour A and B together, at the same *.V
; time, into a larger vessel and .stir. V r "m i
''I '. This '.mixture is of the-consistency of Ub\ VVX'T5r \\
.ir7;; ; 'J v" paint ',nd 'is used for painting. the ? VV ,.
trees. When ,a 6+50 Bordeaux

I New Disease 'Injurious To'c wanted for spraying, dilute C with
water to make twenty gallons.It .
is important that these directions M
' Groves J be, followed carefully and that t.Er 9t
Oranga !
fell quantities -accurately<<; weighedor
measured. Should there be any ex.cesstve I
-" I development of scale insects
EFFORTS .SHOULD BE MADE TO i following the application of Bordeaux 1

( STAMP OUT DISEASE AND it will be necessary, later in the season -
to spray the trees with some good
STOP.THE SPREAD .... ,
contact Ins cticide. ..
., ----- "
University of Florida Office of Inspector Carbolineum... What Mattersif
. For various purposes, including the 1 : A
.11 of Nursery Stock, Gainesville. treatment of citrus canker, both .
: >, AppeaL ; young and old citrus trees have been

: In this circular the writer wishes to painted, after defoliating and cutting -
everybody earth turn fr if
on
, ypu, you have a
jm
back
with full half
( appeal to all, citrus growers and oth- strength, or .
t/ ers, to be on the lookout for this new strength carbolineum, and no apparent I ; ,{ bankbook? _
'r ; and if injury resulted. At other times
fungus disease, any strange or
uWcnown infection is found to send some injury was apparent and some ; IT, ANDALL. IT REPRESENTS WILL STICK to YOU r
! specimens at once, with name and ad- weak trees werekilled.. However, in ; THROUGH f"
dress and locality, either to the in- view of the success obtained by T. S. "';:;i .. THICK AND THIN

. ')pector of nursery stock or to the experiment Fawcett in treating nail-head rust, or gwt' i d>t e i : : B'nut people don't generally turn from the who
man
I, station both at Gainesville, scaly bark, with carbolineum, we have .
' "-}o'la. This is a new disease, hitherto good reason for believing that this V{.f save ,aT

.i unknown, but recently introduced into I'' substance will prove to be an excellent He has confidence in himself, his independence and .
for citrus canker.
' Florida and not widely dis-1 I treatment
- apparently !
'I
i I integrity command the which he wk
tributed here. It is hoped that it maybe |, The principal advantage of carbo- Kari respect invariably' -
C expeditiously eradicated and it is'' lineum, when used in the strength here receive. r :
I indicated, over Bordeaux, lies in its
for this reason that this appeal to cooperate .
I insecticidal value, as well as in being _. tl
.., with us is made. START A BANK ACCOUNT HERE
a good fungicide. Painting trees with
Attention is also directed to Rule 44, I -
I Nursery Inspection Circular 7, prohibiting carbolineum, of the strength indicated AT ONCE IT WILL PAY YOU ;
the importation citrus would rid them of scale insects and
trees or their buds into Florida. It thus obviate the possible necessity of aRlION.
is important to all citizens of the stateto later having to spray for.scales. STATE BANK OF

co-operate-not: only for the pur- For the present only avenariua car- A I II r
pose of eradicating this disease but bolineum can be recommended for -
also in prohibiting the further Introduction painting trees, since data on other y KISSIMMEECapital
of the same through contraband brands are lacking.To ,
nursery stock. "Do not order make a $0 per cent solution of .\ ,
citrus trees bud wood from with- carbolineum and water: Dissolve one II. C. STANFORD
or I stock __________$100,000.00'Resoerfes
out the state." Except as a special gallon of soft whaleoil soap in two ---------- -------------

. permit is obtained, per Rule 44, citrus jgalolns of waiter; to this mixture of 'ominstrd Member Slate Executive Committee. ever..---------------------------____:. 400,000.00 :" S
stock imported from without is con- soap and water slowly add three gallons I- H. C. Stanford, present representative ing business men of Kissimrnee and
of carbolineum at the time
traband stock and liable to confisca- same from Osceola county and now an active worker for the upbuilding of Officers and Directors
stirring: the mixture vigorously. Hard
member of the state Osceola .
nominated as executive county.A ;
tion.By motion the State Board of Con- whaleoil soap or laundry soap may committee Is ode of the lead C. A. :
CARSON. Pret.. J. M. LEE. Vice Prest.
whaleoil
trol, at their meeting on May 11th, be substituted for soft span,
specially urged the inspector of nurs- nine pounds being about the equivalent M. 2nd
-- - --- -- --- KATZ Vice Prest.
--
-
_
_
ery stock to make a vigorous investigation of a gallon. __, '
t.e f of all localities where infected Distribution and Origin. ROMA THOMAS., Assistant Cashier rI
).. stock or stock suspected of being infected During the last half of March and SHAME.
- has been planted. Your inspector the first week in April, the writer vis-
.
therefore, wishes to again ted Alabama, Mississippi, Louisianaand -
urge the heartiest kind of cooperation Texas, and discovered-citrus canker When Mary starts to board a car. -
- of all interested, with this office, in each of these states. It was Just see how brazen bad men are: > I

and to proffer Mr. Stirling: or other being widely dintributad. in these Why don't tljey turn their heads. I beg; ------ --- -
deputies that may be sent to inspect states. It was being widely distributed Why should'they look at Mary's hat? .
"letock whatever assistance is neCes- in these states on nursery stock, as
no restrictions were operative. The -Cincinnati Enquirer. r

aary. In Florida. .. infection at Silver falm,"Florida, was I| .. The ,

The,disease was first recognized as introduced on sour seedlings from Port Those high-step cars are a disgrace; ' i, '
a./.tranger last fall, when an infection Arthur, Texas, in January, 1912. The They are entirely out of place; j| '
discovered in at infection at Monticello probably came .
was a nursery AmericanMachine
The distance truly should be half I .
Silver Palm, south Dade county. ,It directly from Japan on citrus trifoliata ; .
had previously. been .observed in an seedlings imported from there about Then Mary wouldn't show her animosity.. |I" .-- '..
Gf stock'' at 1910. Detroit Newt.WhetrMary
isolated block nursery '.'
.(MonticellO,1 but this was then diag- It is now apparent that this disease. ; : : it
'nosed as scab. Fortunately, this Mon- was introduced from Japan. As just : I :, : 4 Adding III
[ticello block was not put on the mar- stated, the infection at Monticello developed starts to dance a bit .
: ket at. that time, before the disease on stock imported from Japan Men folks; nearly have a fit;
was recognized as new. When it was infections in Alabama, Mississippi and If more clothes her form did drape, t
grecornixed. as new the diseased stock Texas have also been reported as first Mary wouldn't show her disposition. I
.
.
observed citrus trifoliata seedlings
was at once placed in quarantine. on
It is believed that by digging and From Japan. Recently some spe-d- -Memphis Commercial-Appeal. .
all the mens on rind and leaf of naval or- The "
burning and other treatment, -,,,, Latest Adder
; V ff known infections at'Montlcello.have. anges were received at the experiment Mary steps across the'gutter- : "'.:
-
datldn.{ .directly: from JflnAn.. .
eradicate d ? '
tiT. ''been'..The:principal i infection at "Silver' iL --Thi.- .e ;8 is-sufficiently- like the ,, 'Oh, the mean things men do mutters= 'f. > "'' ,( 'y' Costs But $35"Seeourexhibit -

Palm'Is being,cut'back and painted coDI.ID n'sour, or lemon scab, so that Mary's anger 'gin. to rankle ,'VlTj ..CJVWhy ,.. :,';I" :,jr.tNJr\) : ,",, ,
with earbelineum.andBordeaux, mix- It'was at first mistaken for this dis should they talk about her' ebowFt. .. :"> .' ;:', '' "J\f'" !\,. '';" --as "'
ture. It is believed that nothing fur- ease. The specimens just referred to Smith Times-Record. '
ther need be feared from either of received from Japan, were labeleJ"scab. for 1O days tri lk __ ?.
these two original infections. Fortunately ." The cankers or spots are, at Cole & Unley'
the nursery at Silver Palm was however, more regular than in scab, When Mary wears !that short slit skirt, ,

planted mainly to supply trees for local varying( from 'less than 1-15 to 1-4 The been all try with-her to flirt, nAnd Now we make this offer so that '
,
the owners' inch diameter; they are lightbrown Her Is a new price on a com-
premises
planting on wonder if that naughty breeze where "tiIs
few sales and ship- to ochre-yellow and extend slightly: petent Adder. On a maelin th.t- offices e.vtrr _marIa_ ,
so that only a what this machine 'I T
Doesn't chill her the shoulder. mean.
to ) and InfUUble.The
rapldSull-sire
ments were made from Silver Palm above the surface of both sides of the
prior to the discovery of the disease. eavea. The leaves, fruit and smaller -Birmingham Age-Herald. very latest machine built {
branches are affected. by men who know In ODe of the them.TenDays'
:
These were to the following places ,
Homestead, Goulds, Redlands, Naran- Citrus canker appears to be prin- Now skirt's largest metal-w rklng shops Test
Mary's tight. *
to very It I. Individual Adder. to be ,
an !
Ja Miami, City Point, Stuart, Elfers, cipally a grapefruit disease, of whichit
It surely is wondrous sight one's' desk close to We will gladly place In office
Dania, Carson, Auburndale, Boynton, virulently attacks the leaves, fruit a ; placed on any -
and possibly others. The writer has and smaller branchese. It attacks .As o'er the pave she lightly trips one'. books and papers To take one American Adder for a'
also obtained Information that ship- citrus trifoliata, apparently' quite as Men note the contour of her arms. the place of the central machine ten day tt.
ments from infected nurseries in Ala- seriously as it does grapefruit. Or- requiring aklllca operators. There will be no obllcatlon. a !
It Ie' al.o Intended for offIce. and charges will be prepaid. y
bama, where the disease is widely disseminated anges, satsuma, tangerine, mandarins \ '
have been made to the fol and lemons are also affected but less -Tampa Tribune.Monticello and stores where- costly In.cbl"- Compare It with any nonlistere (
lowing places in Florida: Penesacola seriously. The kumquat may be im When Mary dear, goes walking out are a luxury. =. Ven lh* cosUIst:-Let anyoneu -- r
.
Bee
It. If any machine cad
Nome DeFuniak mune. The folks all refuse
vicinity men to pout-
sand .
Cottage The price I* due to utter .Im.ery. better than this. .
A complete description of this
Milton Orlando Galliver, snore
,
with Those e-all.skirts cause not a sigh plicit and to our enormous outJust cent ibis coupon-and. ..'11-
Hill, Lloyd, Panama City, Cantone- diseases illustrations, can be While showing her agility.. put. Seven key do all the work. end the machine. t,
i. ment, Santa Rosa, and Youngstown. found 'in Bulletin 122 of the Floridaexperiment
** Persons having received citrus trees station. News. Bach copied number
Alabama Missis- E. W. BERGER, !Is shown up for checking -
wood from 1
bud
or Please end ?
before the addition u* an American Adding
i Louisiana, or Texas, in all of Inspector of Nursery Stock.r 1 I. made. Machine for ten days' free triaL 4
which states this disease occurs, with -- -- The mach) will add, __
_
-- --- - --
<" subtract and - ---
-- multiply. --- -
-
several should examine
in the past their trees carefully years at once, 0Baa S3 With I anyone very can alight computea practise 111._. _______u_______________________ 1

and if any unknown infection is found, hundred e.m.a ..treeA.erea _____ ____ '
minute.1 And the ------------
in the.first ..
send specimens as directed chine never make mil- "
paragraph of this circular. Better 1'r ] take Cl yState ________________________-_______
report to us if you have received: 1 Countle office, large ,
yet trees or buds from without the, state, and from mall these, machine are getting the? ____n_________________________. -
in order that we may l send a deputy, highest class of cervlce. t
to look over the trees 1
if
necessary
for you, as explained in the next. : para r Ma.et.etered sR& O.ac b .*rlrmm C.. C._mmmj. Cklee ..

graph. Assistance.In r Sold by COLE and UNLEY, Aaenta' <<

view of the fact that the funds .
appropriated by the state for the r-- 1}
.i.: maintenance of this office are not S '
.
.
..Y"aJ. sufficient Ttf meet th. exigencies of t k

4 this case, the Florida Growers' and ,
Shippers' League, bf which Mr. LloydS
.
Tehny of Orlando is secretary- '
managere, has offered to raise $2,000 '-'....,. BASS <& BASS
frtm its members to assist in dis M SE"
covering infections of this disease in
Florida and 'to otherwise assist and YOU LOSE BY DELAYA - MEAT MARKET

'advise in its eradication wherever beautiful sanitary bathroom if
i' found. Mr. Frank Stirling a duly appointed -
deputy inspector ot this office, a permanent investment and all,the /"

*- will undertake this work. Mr. Stir- time you delay the purchasing of Florida and Western Meats

', I' ling is under the direction of this office such equipment you are Closing the .
but receives his pay from the use, the benefits and satisfaction to -
league. He will begin work in south be derived from a modern bath. ," of ail Kitids =at all Times t kk
Dado county about the middle of this 34. tr
*
'-.C,: 'montk, Later he will no doubt visitS room. R+ r V
}, of the A"5tatt state. -
different parts -.;ALSO .. '
.many
S, S, .. : :'-'Treatme: placed in-your home with olti thpr-t; w. C. BASSReelected r ., ....:.,

1J 'Small trees are cut back to a sin- ough regard for sanitary laws and as Member of 'B9ar4l'.f and

;.'';" ; cut/ stem back''or so-'.that only the r mpiaof .-approved" plumbing practice will be Edscatioh.Walter. 'M1+, Fresh Poultry EggsFreshffomeCured ,

;'the'larger'Hmbsr:remain.'All.cut-off ...an economic caving if ordcrd now., 1.-;,. Meats: Ix

*. ...,....material-is burned once.::.. No leaves "OLD" 'r C Basd,- '.iJotb"l';re-elected ." ) ,. ;!' '
RELIABLE PLUMBING *
\: rata pUowed.to remain on the trees. THE .. 'candidate.He! hat served:faithfully Pu erItorrio'Made; ; 'Lard g
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Ca c.it'. ii ii I few tn'x
diligence that he displayed in the com os ; 3 8
E.lES. :3: : 'poy: ae ... eo, alw: : :
missioner's office. Mr. Bronson I. anew ... a td7o: : ill( "EXPEQIMNTSBYDEP'T -,
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confidence in his ability to -
people have .eraa.". w w' ..d "
i d'' -discharge the duties of the office and IS "
we have np fears of their being disAppointed ,.. FOOTWEARJUST
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For tax assessor the race was between .
W. I. Barber and W. M. Fer For United States Senato/-: _

cell but Mr. Barber had .'h-!ld the -offlce Duncan U. Fletcheru: __ ____ 25J: 6 _' 76' 13 32 '16 __ OF AGRICULTURE DEMON-
? for the past term and came before J. N C. Stockton---------------- 27 6 __ VI 8 11 __ STRATE, AMERICAN MOLE ARRIVED
the people asking for an endorsement For' Member of CDngore -
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SKINS ARE AS VALUABLEAS
and re-election and as there could be ( Fourth DiAtrlct.) EUROPEAN "

nothing/ found to his discredit it wall St. Elmo _W. Acosta- ___ _..... ___ .__ 7 2 . 0 . I 5 .0Claude -- VARIETY. \o
nothing but the expected which hap-- L'Engole _ ___.. ___ ____ 38 2 5 1 1 3 _ i
) ' pened'when he was overwhelmingly I W. lie Malone . . __ ____ ___ 14 2 8 2 0 4 _ Weather
F re-elected. W J. Sears_ _ _ ____ ____ 31\J\ 11 23 93 15 38 21 __ Washington D. C., June 4.-Owing Seasonable, Warm ,
In the tax collector's office there was A. M. Wthhamvon.---- _ 6 0 1 1 _ 1 1 __ to the gradually decreasing numberof . >Ii'';"
\ no race as (.'. L. Bandy had declared For' ('omrniHKIOJ1Cr of AllricultureT wild fur-bearing: animals mole ''

q ) his intention to week re-election no one .J./ Appleyald ... ___ ___._ _ _ 124 _'_ _ 48 . 28 6 __ skins have found a ready market and A Goods to meet-the, demand '&:
-would venture out against: him and he W A. McR8 . _ ___ ___ _ _ 277 _ _ 34 13 12 18 __ are valuable commercially, according .
was declared the nominee without any For' Justice of Supreme 'OUI.t- to Farmers' Bulletin 683, departmentof

4 campaign./ John C. Avery _' _ __ ,__ __ _ 163 __ __ 32 _ 6 7 __ agriculture. I( is significant to the of the most particular custo- 1:
e The same rule that applied to the W. II. Ellis: __ _ __ __ ___ __h 163 _ _ 31 10 17 11 _ lack of attention to small business
tax collector also applied to the eupert Thos. J. -l1ackl'ford:; _ _ _ _u_ 20''; __ _ 22 "9 10 (6 __ matters, however, that American moleskins ItI
/ visor of registration/ and C. W. Grifnn For Member !louse of Repr..entative8 are not quoted or offered on the I '. ),
wa.Civen. another term in that of- N. C. Bryan------------------ 234 14 21, 24 _/19 14 7 market. All the skins used by Amer- I mer. f;
fice without opposition and he will for p'at Johnston, _ _ _ J36 13 7 66 1 21 9 :3 ican furriers are imported from Eu I to< .
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the next term have Hiarge of the registration / S. J. Trlpl..tt . . _ H2 :a ::1 15 1 7 9 13 rope.Auction _>
books. and issue registration'. For County: Tax AR..e..o'. s lists of fur dealers in Lon- f

certificates to those entitled to'receivexame. ( W L Barber _ _ _ _ __ ___ ::155 11 IR: 90 12 40 19 12 don show that more than 3,000,000 i
W. M. Ferrell __ q _ _ _ _ _ 92! !9 1 13 2 7 15 11 mole skins were sold in 1911 1912 and Dutton Harris "' ,
The office of county treasurer has. For ('oitnly Commissioner, 14iet. No. 2 1913. A small lot of American mole -

been looked to hy several longing! eyes H V Lanier _ !__ u. . 209! 1 Ii 27 (6 II 17X25 12 .skins secured by the biological survey, .
hut when Samuel:; I.upfcr announced F: L. l.Overetreet. .. . _ __ _ 211 U 12 52 7 27 7 8 United States Department, of Agriculture / .
I. that hv would take it again! everybody; For County Commissioner. DiRt. No ::1I was prepared and made up
stood back and said, let him hav it. A F' Bass .- 22H I 9 7 R3 13 35 2:1: 2 by an expert furrier who pronouncedthem Company
t 8.i they realized) that if he wanted it .1. A. Black well _ _ 1r4; R ::12 21 2 10 7 22 in every respect equal or superior
.I, no one else need! apply The office of I Fit (County 'ommiesuiner. ni8t. No. 4 to European skins. It seems

ly member of the stat executive committee W. R. Godwin__ _ _ __ _ ". _ _ 217 R 24 Hi 1 ::15 16 7 likely, therefore, that a new industry
l and a ,position which many a I Young Tindall' -.,. . 179 .r 14 84 15,13, 17 17 amounting tn many thousands. of dollars ,I,.,Je"i
man would look for"aid to with a desire For 'ounty ('nmmwslonet. UIKt. No. 5i annually might/ be developed in
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1 to fill, was' given to lion. H. C. i II. W. Alderman . . 174.4 1'1' 25 _ 17 10 10 this country.In -s .
Stanford without opposition.. He has W. F.I Walker _ _ 224 6) :ll '67; 14 29 17 11 this country there are five recognized I Wednesday, May 20th, a girl. 4*7
organizationand of true moles, two of James. Kratton was a Visitor here ff,
been connected( withthe : For Mtftnber School Board. 1st. No. 2-- groups I
, management of the political affairs Walter Bron..on. ZfiO lR U 55 11 31 24 5 which are confined to the Pacific coast II Sunday. 's.?
of the county\ for years and it E; I II. Wnoten J:15: 2 25 29 2 7 5 16 and the other three are distributedover I II I Messrs.. James Hratton R. D. Guice btu
4 ; seems that the people recognized in the section east of the one hundredth I and II. N. Bratton were here Wednes'i' ;

him a man in every way fitted'for the -- meridian extending from Can II day \looking after their cattle. S I't
position and no i ne came out against ada to the Gulf of Mexico. In the Mrs.. Albert Acree of the.point spent !4>
him. I latter districts and in the greater part I r Tuesday with Mrs. John Bronson. ';J
1 Democratic) Executive Committee of of Pennsylvania, New York and New
As. Tuesday. was election day Earli -fI
elected without England the common mole occurs
"Osceola County oppo-
I I upfer was in this city Saturday to ,
with the star-nosed mole and Brewer'smole.
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nition ali* follows: '
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I I deliver the ballot box, Alex Bronson
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Thomas.s }
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>Vecinct No. 1-
t being of the managers. to<
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Precinct No. --.J.. F. O'Berry. The mole is 1 wo seldom seen, even by
i Precinct No. 4--John Johnston. I those who are familiar with its work I Miss Ruth Acree left last week to x
is Precinct No. r. .lames A. O'Berry. that it is often confused with other spend a few weeks with her sister J,

e r Precinct No. 8- ]M. l n Tindall. small creatures particularly the j i Mrs. Dora Prawdy of Whittier. ;;:4;
Non 2, T and 7, no candidates and! r"d shrew the mole or meadow mouse, and 1t V-A,. We are glad to know B. R. Garrett's t
no nominations made. the pocket /gopher. However, it can be I store( Is nearing completion. rt\
:f It is now up to the members elected readily distinguished by its stout I
to devise some means of filling the short front limbs ending in broad 1'1
vacancies that will occur in precincts. round hands with palms turned out- I tJ
Nos. 2, 5 and 7, which will he done 'i i a ward. It has a rather elongated ;>.
pr In due time. body, close plush-like fur a pointed I'W. LICE?
-.-.- snout, and a short tail. Neither eyes
y :' The lice question i a quickly. 'orI
NOTICE. nor ears are in evidence. It is a creature I '
Milled il dull i lo"l with
r you you 1
of strictly subterranean habits.It .
''a To the Voters of Osceola County: I
is believed that the
commonly J Con key's Lice Powder
-I wish to thank ;you' for. the loyal mole works only at regular periods I
upp'ortCiven/ me in my campaign. I. BARBER Iii tale quick and turO ,
i each day but direct observation takenin I .n
; While I was not elected my vote was late and fall fail to sub- Sara, your poultry prolix became il ,.;.
summer Ke-vlected as Tax Assessor.W. .
and I have.no criticism '
indeed flattering I :
I the
make. .. stantiate the theory. The moles are . Kills Lice .
"' to distasteful and seldom eaten by do- I. Barber is also in the class of .. II I-'
I that in the future as ear Doesn't" Harm ChickensI 'Jf '
rt assure you I "/
mestic cats and dogs which have re-elected candidates who have
I shall best efforts 1 per- >.. ..... ,
: In the past, give my .25.-,50 urn Sf
4 learned to catch them. Hawks and ivqi Xnjqi|| on B !inp uegt! pauunj For rhr fM e. ftwf hcfe .. tfw cat. .
the of byy .
r towards upbuilding my ... .... .... .. .... i
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owls take small toll from the mole the public said by their votes: "Well ""'" .rl. "Cht. """" ".,
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f. home county.Faithfully tribe as an examination of the stomach done /good and faithful servant." I rifcowe WMti, c I'"
?r yours JOHNSTON., contents of over 2,000 of these Mr. Barber has (frown up here in Conkey's Lice Liquid- ___, ';
s4l' PAT birds disclosed theremains of but Osceola and known throughout I rJun dxw out. -.... 'CI" :)
county is
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THE GOVERNMENT thirteen tnolese, five of which had been the county and his personal For riie" Brady hnd. louw KM pB .. :
MEDICAL SERVICES READY eaten by the red-tailed hawk, four by knowledge of the value of property ''.CONKEVS HEAD UCE HE il LION S. S. GRIFFIN the red-shouldered hawk-and one each makes\ him a suitable person for the OINTMENT KRgH l'
x With the possibility of a foreign by the broad-winged hawk, the barred position. twelve arvd donrt> harm ffttrka. 10 fed

' 1 vt Campaign: .before our army, what is Nominated. Representative ..from Orange. owl, ,the great gray owl, and the i pKpsVlfKNN 25 cox do. "Money MM fsicHsV.f. bock. 4 Acre 1 .}>J..
l the present condition of preparedness "County and -Brother to screech owl. ." CARD OF THANKS. 'f.n.azci.rb.a..+.4oa. ;;
'of the army medical service1, especial I Charles Griffin of this city our From an examination of the stomach .
ly" as eompared .with' its condition at Supervslor pf Registration: contents of 200 moles taken in all I desire to express my sincere appreciation .
the outbreak of the Spanish-American months' of the year it was found that for the confidence reposed
.J warm 1908 asks the Journal of the Sam Griffin, well known in this ed their votes on Mr. Newton He was earthworms and white grubs constitute !- in me by the voters of Osceola county Osceolarharmacy *!
American Medical Association. The county and a brother'' of the Messrs. their candidate and they wanted to be!I the bulk of the food. Beetles and by re-electing me to the office.of county '
-contrast givcaue tor gratification. surethathewould.benominated, and their larvae spiders centipedes Cocoons tax .
C: W.;J. J.and J. &: Griffin was elected := I. assessor. - -- -
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In the. last fifteen years the army has' : they put him over in great form. But and puparia also forma partofthe I assure you-that this confidenceshal .
rr been practically reorganized. The de to the legislature in Orange county .| notwithstanding this Mr. Newton diet. Seed coats of corn, wheat I Inot be betrayed. S LS5: 4
Yy J. ;i velopment the /general staff and the by 'a handsome majority. Orange has would have been nominated. He received oat.s. and peanuts have been seldom Respectfully, OHICHESTER. N. .fIWLL
training of experts for various duties two representatives, the other sycoess- a handsome vote in both the found in stomachs of the moles. I W. 1. BARBER.Campbell ... ...I A.k ,...D... .w Jk ri
l\ I is today a body of trained military ful candidate being A. R. Newton of Orlando precincts. which was a merited Complaints of damage or dep, .eda- - -- .1'111......I.._red.....".d'.C_._" 51.14.A O \. ,
+ anitarian in Wint. Garden. -Th Orlando Sentinelhas testimonial to worthy lions moles frequent and in adb.. <
unsurpassed any ooun- p a man. by are .: :.ebB -
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try. In: experience organization, the following to say in regard to )i "S. S. Griffin who will be Mr. New sistent. However in very many casesa 11....4.N. A. f.'I .f' )Y! r'loJkI"ND *
.e equipment and training/ there is nor the election of Messrs. Griffin and ton's colleague from Orange county thorough investigation would show II II -..- renkon..nanl.YWtAlw.rRNWi. "IUND. i'na1.'r.so. I' \"

? ; comparison between the present situation Newton: tpreived a good vote in every precinct. that the smaller rodents which follow I SOLD BV DRUGGISTS( ( tVEkYWHERfiCLASSIFIED ;
and that in 1898. Experience "It was generally conceded prior to II.e made an active .campaign and his the mole's runaways. are responsible
i.), have affected the \medical department the election that A. B Newton would success" was well deserved. Mr. Grif- I for the damage to corn and other Mr.' and Mrs. Melt Bryant were '
k as well as the other branches of serv he l nominated. He was< the only candidate I fin has friends by the score. He has tivated .seed products that grow CUI-I shopping/ visitors of Kissimmee Mon-
ice. Tho enormous increase in scientific from the county, the other lived in Orange county most of his derground. day.Miss I rt';?
. knowledge of disease and its prevention three residing/ in Orlando. From the life, and it .is. pleasing to him to reflect When it is desirable to destroy the Martha Acree returned home ,
has been utilized by the medIcal I'allyrtrfrtevarious' county precinctsit that he was so generously! re; mole the trap will be found to be the I Sunday after a few days'' visit to her
officers. Our army medical corps was evident that the von"rs center nwmbered. most efficient means. So far all experiments sister in Haines City.B. ADVERTISING .f
+"+6. has ben gained in the campaigns in undertaken with the object R. Garrett and wife attended the Ii';
Cuba and the Philippines, in the mili- of finding an acceptable poison bait ,j I Sunday school convention held I in Kissimmee -* '
tary expeditions in China and Cuba, have given negative results, as the Thursday.Born i Five Cents Per Line ((4!

t and !in the maneuver camps in 1911 Letters Used In Government !very nature of the animal's food I to Mrs Mattie Collins, !May /. Each I Insertion. rtV -
and 1913 so that the army today possesses makes it difficult to secure, a satisfactory 17, q son. -A'* J lWANTKU
a corps of specialists trained in substitute pf live worms grubs, Rev. R. C. Wilder of Kissimmee< wasa -- !f."
''t .If' camp sanitation. For over a year military I Campaign Against Fires and insects. Moreover the little ani- visitor of this city Wednesday look- \ -To borrow $200 for one 'i c
? camps have been maintained on mal seems to be shrewd and quick to ing'after the interest. 'of Sunday year' at 10 per cent. Can: give good "'

F the Texas border, containing from ten sense the danger in poisonous. sub- I schools.. security to go on note with n)*. p
a ta twelve thousand men in a well-nigh j ---- ntancefl. I Mrs.- -1'-;. -1'-;. was a shopping visitor Address "M,"_care_ _of _Gazette.___ _244t"Y

perfect state of The material f the Apache na | :Mutches have but they don't There area number of excellent of Kiasimmee Tuesday. .
equipment of the than is incomparably I SprllogvillreesArizoth headquarters. at I use 'em to your I' mole traps on the market most of Neil Seiver and family! of Kissim WANTKU--Yards and lawns to clean. !i7;t

better it was fifteen .., 'nas just ..issuedto "Knock out pipe ashes and which will give good results if prop- mee, moved to. this city last week. 1 do the wrVrk right and guarantee V'
years ago. The present system of all the users of the forest resources throw your cigarette or cigar stubs erly set. There are the harpoon the Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Reaves, satisfaction. If you will drop, a It'po..tca
field hospital organization was almost in his vicinity the following letter : i where they can't start a fire. Cigarette I scissor-jaw and the choker types. Sunday, an eUven-pound boy. nl addressed to me I will gall I .;
I i unknown in 189H The organization "Dear' Sir: When the corning of the and cigar stubs have no heads at : Harpooning traps are designed/ to impale John Roland was a Kissimmee. and make'estimate on. your work. '. ''
of mobile units the mole in the itor Monday.Mrs. I A. J. Outlaw Kissimmee, Fla. ;!
sanitary namely dry hot summer season and the all-you must think for themt Would : the ground by spring-/ 'i
m. h ambulance and the field hospital opening The scissor-jaw Barney Bass and son Altonof 24-lt-pd -
Y company of the Apache forest to those. you put them in your pocket stiU I driven spikes. traps .
will a great advantage. up are intended to be set astride the Bartow is visiting her daughter,
: prove who make of its resources for the burning? No! Then don t put them run- AGENTS WANTED-We i j
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] ue want a re-
While only four field the mole when he Mrs. Lucy Bronson.
hospitals ,
firmly
f are actually in the forest burning. way to grasp liable
of stock for of timber
grazing a supply man or in Kissimmee '
F, in existence on account of congressional I attempts to pass in either direction: Rev. E. O. Milton and A. J. Gill are woman ,
for recreation theforest "Bear in .mind that to look after
of '
or renewals subscriptions .
an ounce and i
purposes prevention new -
the medical department has of wire protracted meeting. Nine
parsimony and the choker: trap a set holding a
made liable! to is worth weeks of I to
I is extremely "The VA
firefighting.
Metropolitan
has on hand ample supplies loops that encircle the burrow when Were converted and joined the church, .
"I forest. (ires. Everyone traveling, living When you see a fire, if you can'tget Livest Magazine! in America." The
for a complete system of field hospitals the trap I is .set.KISSIMMEE and one also joined by letter -Misses
" for three hundred thousand men. I or fishing in the forest must to it yourself and put it out, will Bessie Garrett Azeline Lanier Ern- work may.be done in spare tim.'t'
These supplies are now in storage make use of fire in camp. Some are you notify the nearest forest officer? CLUB HOUSETO I' estine Brown, Flossie Bryant and few hours each week. Liberal pay :,'fi'

6 r packed for shipment and ready to be careful with camp fires but some are "In 1913 there occurred seventy- OPEN THURSDAYThe Eddie Lanier Messrs. John Roland, ", for whatever thne is put tn: No.InJTj, (
I put on trains or shipboard at a mo not, which makes the danger /greater.' four fires on the Apache forest. That Robert Lanier, Walter Sylvester Tobe vestment or bond required: no prevU V v n
j ment's notice.! By way of contrast at I "Forest fires are dangerous and number must be reduced this year andit Kissimmee Club House will be I Sylvester and Lawrence Garrett. Miss our experience necessary Pull {net ? i!,1t
a ? the breaking out of the Spanish'American when they destroy stock range young/ can be done by taking care with open for inspection on Thursday, June Bryant joined by letter. They will be structions and supplies sent free. :
war, the war department I ',nd mature timber and even crops camp fires. 11, from 7p.m.to10pm. baptized in Shingle Creek, June 28, I Give two references. Desk 14, MET1!1, s
y telegraphed the governors of the va- and ranches they mean a money loss "Any assistance you may give us Everyone is cordially invited to this by Rev. E. A. Milton, our pastor. ROPOLITAN MAGAZINE New
rious states that it would he necessary. ,! to whole you as well as to the people of the during the coming season will certain.ly opening, and the management' hopes Melt Bryant and family made 'a I Ybrk. ,22-2t-pd
each state to send. with it country l be appreciated." will his brother Frank -
I for troops that a large number of people abort visit to Bry-
sufficient medical supplies to last for "Rrotected forests increase in value. Supervisors of other forests l avail themselves of this invitation.The ant of Haines City.' ORALFURNITURE 1 '
r k' six weeks, as the government was unable I'They furnish labor, develop the coun- throughout the west and those in work on the club house has Misses Janette and Alverta Sullivan
+, to furnish them: In a word, the try, promote the stock-raising industry charge of the Appalachian and White been steadily going on nearly all the of St. Cloud are visiting their sister FOR SALEHousej:,
i medical department of the army-and keep down lumber prices, keep Mountain forest areas in the east are winter and- spring and it is now almost Mrs. Albert Acree. hold goods, etc.; at a bargain. Call : ..:
the -same may be said of the navy- the streams running, afford recreation getting out similar letters. On or complete in every particular. Hon. C. S. Acree made a short visit at corner Main and Vine atreeta.I'.
:bas shared largely in the general fishing, hunting, make a region near each forest there are a great Situated as it is on the lake front of to Loughman Saturday.Miss Ralph Johnston. 23-2t-pd sl,. w
"*t progresswnlch'Jhas been made in the beautiful {make homes safe and coma many person known to the forest officers the Lake Shore Addition, it. has the Ernestine Brown spent Saturday ,i t
'last; fifteen -,...;... The present med- I fortable, make life worth living and a as forest users; that is, men advantages of a warm breeze in winter -. in Kissimmee visiting Mrs. .Mary FOR RENT. $
ii ""rlcal and .ho. ltal. corps are as effectu- prosperous state, inhabited with contented who are securing from the govern and a cool breeze in summer from Elswick before she goes away for the ,.
:fc',w ally'organised,. trained and equipped and industrious peoples >ment timber for. their homes, their' the lake and is an ideal spot for .a summer as she. intends; to leave for FOR RENT-An eight-room HUH v
>/to.figbt.disease as.isthe, rest of the "The forest service is working to mines, or for logging operations; forage ,club house. Indiana in a short while. for $10 per month; also an eight- "
1. .army,,to eight the enemy. Comolete I I'protect the forests, and we ask you for tKjir cattle or sheep; cam -'. The appointments, of the club are Mrs JT. E. KIrkpatrick was a Kis- room house. furnished at $12.50 per
Iio ,.prevention>> I ,*disease among laribodJee as a forest user to lend a helping hand. :ln.r sites .01' other rights connected I especially adapted for the comfort of simmee visitor Saturday. month. E. E. Wells, Real Estate and
A [ 'of mea'under;the unavoidable We need your assistance. and Co-opera-' with recreation and various other 1 It. members and when the golf club Dewey Irey of Longhman was a Insurance 203 Broadway. c'
t'Yeoaditloni'+ of. militarylife, in actual,1 I tlon to help inkeeping fire f.-mget. special uses of forest land. These letters gets Into operation' again in the' win- .visitor here Sunday. '
v Twarfare" is Impossible,' The malDten.1. ting started. .Wlir you .helpT Will are pare of the campaign which .tar, It is expected to be the scene of MrsT Edith Sylvester made a short FOR RENT-A fum lhec -houa... J.:: m
fimeo-of-sanitary camps land ,wwll- "Ivno be careful with,your camp.'fire? forest officers claim\ Is bearing abundant .many a social : visit. to her sisUrt Mrs.. Winnie Howard McPhatter. 2- t; 5;
t?_) & quipped! and) efficient "'hospitals as'I Dig a pit for It or'clear trash from all fruit and' which 'will.. they hepe. Its design Is especially that'of 1nod.erntla.eaaUov.t .of Ixwghman. ,
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1' *T'TTf*' ** .. sides .of. Itr- -Be p-fire-bring--about. withia. --few-- RENT6n. JrOO _. ;welh a. preve ntibd (If-al1-a.ribL.hl- -ear.-ysur-ram. a years-at the-muntry:*. _Fnd8obertta oflbi. city was a, . ,):!
-1 diseases.among our troop, can be pea.,*l* out before Ie..."..,.. Be *careful \most a sentiment against forest fires BIIC.?'. soon it will '.be surrounded by Kitsimroee visitor. Saturday. R.i S' ,-cheaPr--A:: ... < .... ,
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