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 12, 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: VID00650
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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Florida has about seventy-five local I, t IurL: FARES._ h
: boards of trade, each one striving for -
r the material advancement of the community :. I In a contest in which neaSrly five
.... in which it is located. They thousand- children all o..u-Uw United
' ;- are accomplishing big things for the I States engaged two girl and a boy.all -
i, state, but with proper co-ordination I aged fourteen, have been awardedprizes
,,i they are capable of doing a great deal I by Logan Waller Page, director
,o more. If they were in closer touch of the United States office of pubic "
r with each other; if, in addition to taking roads, for writing the best essays ';
care of their local responsibilities, on the repair and maintenance of dirt
;:J they were united in big constructive' t roads. .
work for the state as a whole, we r k v So admirable was the essay. submitted -
d would great change __. . ., by Amy Coon of Scammon Kan
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'.\ and would, at the same time, witness STATE BANK BUILDING, BROADWAY AND DARLINGTON AVENUE. rules to be observed even tl I
a still greater ch.nIn the attitude .. by road engineers that the' American '"
..1 of the general public toward Florida. -- -- Highway Association In addition to' "

To concentrate the power of usefulness ry at San Francisco and which sends balance of the payroll; that the city the medal awarded by Mr. Page, has
- $ of the various commercial organizations exhibits and special lecturers to all Official Proceedings of had put the matter of their appropriation decided to send her to the American "I"
...- in one corporate orpnlution part of the world to advertise California "\0. until it could get an opinion from Road Congress to be held in Atlanta ,
.. is the purpose of the Florida State and California products. The its attorney in July; that the county early in November,' paying all expenses. -
Chamber of Conunerce. This' body was state permits counties to levy a tax The Board of TradeThe had at first thought that an appropriation d ?h
h' organised} two years ago, at KisslmneeUwh of two cents on every one hundred would be illegal, but now was The contest was Arranged' by Di;
. .nT >representative from the dollars of the assessed valuation of of the opinion it could avail itself of rector Page in order to arouse interest ?s p
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-1 leading commercial organizations of property, to be used by the state Kissimmee Board of Trade met knew ho wto look after the cleaningup the new law allowing it to assess one among school children in the subject
the state met for that purpose It has board. In addition to maintaining:' exhibit in regular session at 7:30 p. m. 'at the.. of the .greets in a proper manner. mill for advertising purposes, and of improving the public road of the l
.' been delayed in getting under way because and paying lecturers, the state city hall. He made a motion that a committeebe they might get some help from this United States. Mr. Page believed that v
.-; of several unfortunate occurrences board publishes literature about California Present: S. J. Ttiplett, president; appointed to attend the council on source. He said that A. E. Donegan if such a contest were started the
., the last of which wa the gets a tremendous amount ofpnbiieftyfrom C. F. Johnson, secretary and about this matter. told him to como to him at the last children would ask question of their
death of 1U worthy president, but the newspaper and mapI twelve members of the board. The president said that he had never moment and that he would help him; parents, and an Impetus would be given -
:I zeal of those originally-. interested baa' I sne.and handles all matters whichaffect The minutes of the last meeting,. yet been able to find a head to anything and that J. M. .. has-told.him-the to the road improvement. Thousands , ', ;.
not weakened"l Quite to the contrary; I business and trade conditions were read and approved.'The in the city government of Klan same thing. He said that the carpenters of children in all part of the "
'.1& -athe coarlction: that we must hare an i generally in the state. Further, Cables secretary read one or two communications simmee. needed their pay every week and country participated in the contests ..r ,.
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/. Vrtive state chamber of commerce rniBsV a Home Industry League; and was instructed to The secretary! then read a letter that it strong committee to Many of the essays submitted bora.evidence .
a' now" i. stronger than at any time I- Tourist Association, to encourage either answer them or turn them over from the State Chamber of Com- take the matter hand.: of having been prepared with :,
: heretofore. frequent and prolonged visits from to the chairmen of the various com- merce urging this board to buy a cer- The president suggested that .D. G. the assistance of.parent or school \,
"'' A state chamber of commerce! ia not tourists; several district organizations mittees. tain number of publicity stamps fromit Wagner should act with two other teachers and these werel.limlnated. ;1
an ideal conception, nor is there lacking I. such as the Sacramento Valley The president then called for reports in order to secure funds for that members. Mr. Wagner said he would The ablest engineers.In United
evidence of its practical value to a Development Association, and finallythe from regular and special committees body. Some discussion followed this, act on the committee, but not a* the States office of public road acted a* ;10.
.- JSbmnonwealth. Twenty-s.ven states Associated Chambers, of Commerce : and the secretary was instructed to chairman but thought that the baseball a board in passing on the essay and, .. :It
In the Union have such bodUsr and in ofthe Pactfte'Coast. The lawn committee H. C. Stanford write the State..Chamber of.Commerce.and matter should go ahead, in ordertr"'tp In making the decisions < { .
T.XM California. Oregon WashingtonrGeorgi I. With all. these powerful and attractive chairman, presented its report, find out if the stamp*..oMld be ens the city, and make good. The j>rixe jrinners were the.follow"first f
l *, North Carolina, West organizations at work doyen which was approved and ordered filed. sold to individual member. of the Mr. Tano suggested that Mr. Wagner ,
; Missouri and Illinois splendid wonder that California is talked .As the committee on printing, J. D. board and not to the board Itself.A. and the secretary, F. C. Johnson, Prize Gold Medal-Amy
results have been obtained through 'about; that they captured the P nm- Woodbeck chairman, was not able to S. Nelson then introduced Mr. should get together and make up their Coon ScammonL Kan., a pupil in the
them. Reports of the activities of ma exposition and that every man, make'a report beyond that it was try- Longnecker. Mr. Longnecker: said he own committee, and the matter restedin :;
various bodies are startling and child in the United States this Second Price-.Lucille Huff .
that woman ing to get things in shape to do something was a new man here from Illinois. shape.Their aged
especially,when we realize that Flor- has been to, California expects to go the president relieved Mr. Came here eighteen months,ago, Had being no further business, the fourteen, Wlllowdale' farm, Arllnctoa.
Y idA.'. state so much unto itself and so there next year, or yearn to go there 7 Woodbeck and his 'committee from a farm here and was making small board adjourned until the mass meeting Oregon, a pupil in the Arlington. .j r
"i susceptible of profitable exploitation: California is not an isolated exampleof their duties in this respect, and appointed success by this time and expected: to at the court house, Monday Jane. .school ' S
i* doing nothing that in anyway approaches profitably exploited state either. A. S. Nelson, chairman of this makelarger ucce..... His proposition 22d. S.. J.,. TRIPLE' '. Third' Priie-Melvin Paulson, aged
the work of these highly efficient ,The Oregon Development League has committee Mr. Nelson to choose. hisi was that if he could get $500 here C. F, 'JOHNSON President.; fourteen, Blooming Prairie, Minflu '
.' bod1. done'almost well for Oregon' the Those receiving honorable mention
as I i co-workers. he could, send up an ...exhibit of ,the ,Secretary.,
-".'Hl Texas Way,*. Seattle Chamber Commerce for i The presiden inquired of'S. W..Law- county's products,' that is, vegetableand i'' were"
Take the Texas organization 8S an Washington and Alaska, the Denver ler who J. M. Willson had left in his dairy products and pictures of citrus Robert Barrows aired fourteen'
example: Their report for 1913 shows Chamber of Commerce for Coloradoand place as chairman ,of the finance committee I fruits, to the different county fairsin FLORIDA GROWFRSQND Mansfield Centre, Connv,. -
i a' membership of 143 local clubs, 743 the Salt Lake Chamber-of Com- I (Mr. Willson having goneaway Illinois, where thousands of people George H.- Rombough,aged' eleven .
contributing members, and expenditures !- merce for ,Utah Also, look what ad- on his vacation). Mr. bawler I could see them. He said that the Woodside Lewis .county, Idaho. '
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totaling over $50,000. The re- vertising has don ".-.-fof cold, bleak said he had no knowledge of any ap- small towns in Illinois were full of retired SHIPPERS Maurine Atkinson aged fifteen, Independence -
the .. Missouri.Frances
port also shows that during year I Canada. pointment of this kind. I farmers, who were only getting .
they distributed 2,000,000 pamphlets, I,.c Florida's Position. H. E. Swabey, chairman entertain. 4 per cent. on their money and were -- Cochran' aged fourteen, ,
;;. 12,074,000 news articles 41.204 special Now, the question is, what are we ment committee, had no report to paying 2 per cent. in taxes, and that TO ADD TO STRENGTH THE Wellman, Iowa.
plates for newspapers, 8,000 cuts :, going to do about it? Shall Florida make. I I many of them only had to be shown I LEAGUE INTENDS SPREADING Miss Coon will undoubtedly be the
and 96.000 miscellaneous reports--all ;I Join the procession of progress with alive Mr. Swabey reminded the chair thata !1 the way down here where they could ITS 'WORK OVER heroine of the American Road Congress ",i
Texas. Do wonder that state chamber of commerce, or in Atlanta ifr her
you parent content
about fret .1(1( per cent. on their be-
money
Texas .is talked about? And yet publicity shall we sit idly by while capital and committee was to pave appeared be- | sides investing in property. ENTIRE STATE. to have her take the trip from
work done other fore the council at their last regular I her home in
is only a part of the good citizens: are drawn to I KansasThe American
l association. They of Florida meeting in regard to the trying out of The president referred this matterto Orlando f'la. June 3. The Association
t by the Texas state states? Are we ashamed '- executive Highway will not only ,
have a welfare commission, a farm or .are we just indifferent to our; opportunities the water meters, described in the the committee on [imigration and I committee meeting; of the Florida I pay all the expenses of the yojjng lady :,
commercial relations of which G. I
minutes of the last D.
,- life commission, an industrial commission ? Commercial organizations : meeting.It Growers' and Shippers' League was but will see that she is well erred for I' r
field secretaries, lecturers, are just beginning to do effective / seemed that no one had, appeared Wagner is chairman. held in the office of the league at Or by the wives of the local officials of '- l
etc.. who lead inspire and teach their work; people are just beginningto before the council, but that H. C. Stan- 1 The president called upon A. E. I' lando. the congress. Her essay will be read ''f.
citizens patriotism! thrift, progres- realize: their value as BuTStneBB! get--ferd-was the chairman of this com- I'.Thomas and asked him if he had read It was decided that during the present to the engineers tfnd the other delegates .
sweness and efficiency. The good ac- ters and as balance wheels in the com- mittee. the duties of the treasurer of the | season an effort should be made to who will attened the congress.: ; .i t
complished by ''such\ an association mercial world. Shall Florida be the Mr. Stanford vigorously opposedthe ., board. Mr. Thomas said he had not. organize: many sections of the state to Miss Amy says that the chief reason
Cannot be measured in dollar and last to recognize: the value-the very putting in of any water meters, The president then pointed out to him support the work of the league. It why earth roads have received no -
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cents-it is too great and far-reach; necessity of a state organization of and said that the city was now so well that the treasurer was also the collector I was decided by committee also to attention and little improvement- y
a ing to be comprehended. business men ? equipped with the new well that he of the board and received 5 percent I 1 establish u traffic department in the the last forty years is because they
*u 'Fewer laws and better laws" is the The outlook is 'promising: The majority advocated that the people be allowedto of all collections made by him, : league. Mr. Tenny was empowered to have not had sufficient place in the
'motto of Texas and. without lobbying of the principal boards of tradein use all the water they wanted; thatif and that the secretary would furnish i i proceed with this organization and it public mind. .i r
or coercion, but by simply giving wide the state have strongly endorsedthe the board was going to give prizes him with a complete list of dues owed his]4 expected that the department will "People seldom give the improvement -
publicity within the state to facts, actual idea of a state organization, and for the best kept section and the best to the board. be in running order before many of roads any thought beyond
0:' conditions and the needs ot the have backed up their endorsement by kept lawn ,in town (in accordance with, The matter of the proposed mass -weeks. The primary aim of this department paying their taxes or working them
state for 'good business, legislative joining: this body. Also, business men the report of the lawn committee, the meeting; to consider the packing house will) not be to handle claims, and sometimes getting out of it all to-
practise has been revolutionized.: A all over the state are unanimous in putting (in of meters would have the question came up and it was decided although arrangements will probably gether. They then find fault with '
new sense of duty and responsibility their approval.All effect of limiting the use of water on that the meeting should be called at be made whereby certain claims may the road overseer. f.
has been impressed upon legislators that now remains to be done is the lawns and gardens; that the only the court house in two weeks. The be handled for shippers 'who are mem- "Straight roads are desirable but i
'l./: / and the result is more constructive tp perfect theorganization: and makeof cost connected with the affair was secretary was instructed to issue invitations bers of the league. The major part of in hilly countries it is often necessary ,3
I legislation, and less of the '"ftw?; it a going concern. That is, we that the water had to be lifted into the to various business and cat the work, however, will be devoted to. to make a winding road in order to i"
1,t, riety-"fewer laws and jrust establish a central office, select water tank, ando he thought the city tie interests in the county to be pres analyzing freight and icing charges have a level grade. w
f Why California Keeps Ahead. competent help, make a survey of the could\ afford to burn wood 'for this ent. |Ion Florida products in comparison to "After the road is properly locatedthe
California, our natural competitor, state, county by county, publish some ourpose. He added that there should Ml Tar\o, member of the baseball charges on similar products from next thing to be thought of is the
+ is famed the world over for attractions reliable literature, and proceed along be close inspection by the city of all committee, spoke in the absence of >other sections of the- country. Mr. drainage. A poorly drained road is
and resources in no way superior the same lines that have led to suc- water connections and outlet; that, in J.V Harris, chairman (who is absent ,I Tenny. explained in detail the character very undesirable when after a rainor
+ to our own but which have been en- cess in other states. This can and his opinion there must be at least fif from the city). He stated that the of the work he desires to have snow the hones feet and wagon
anded by liberal advertising. Los An- will be done within the next few ty'water closets running at this very committee had fcpent' a great deal of done, and the committee were unanimous wheels cut it up. then it becomes impassable -
.fieles has a '$325OO chamber of cornS months if the business men of the moment at full blast. time getting up the subscription list, in feeling that 'it was very essential with mud, and then a freeze
,,t4, ; MMMnnnerce building/and devotes 21,000 stat" 'will show their interest. ( W. B. Harris agreed with !>Ir. and had collected in all about $700. that this investigational workbe come which laves the road in a
feet to floor "space' to the exhibition The Pressing Need. Stanford in every particular, and That they had had instructions from undertaken. worse state than before.
square of California products. Every Our immediate need is funds, and made a motion that a committee be the board to continue the work on the "When the water is allowed to
.I?Y variety . of .fruits vegetables, nuts, for such we must appeal to the patriotism appointed to wait on the council and grounds, the grandstand and the WOMEN: TWICE AS course down the middle of the road it
grains, flowers, and berries grown in '" and liberality of businessmen. insist upon the enforcement of the fence and that this work was nearlng COSTLY'AS CANAL washes out gutter and ruts that are
i that section is exhlblt -Most of them In view of what Florida has rules and regulations relating to the completion, and that all the membersif quickly enlarged by the wagon wheels. ?
ware' displayed in glass Jars, of which yielded up to business, is yielding and use of water in the city. This motion the committee had been busy. He Americans are accused of being a This can easily be overcome by proper A
there are over 4.500 in the permanent can be ,made to yield in the future was seconded. The president said that Raid that they had recommended that i "jnoney-spending-mad" people by Representative drainage.". V
exhibit. By actual count 1,782,000people we believe that our call will not be in this motion could not overrule the the finance committee should carry on 'I J. Hampton Moore of ,
inspected this exhibit ta one vain. Surely, there is not a man in previous motion regarding the meters. the work of the further collection of I I Pennsylvania in a statement indorsing Chauffeur.-I ran across your old
V 'Year, 300.006 of whom attended the Florida who is unwilling to contributein This subject provoked a general discussion funds for the baseball interests. That the American Society for Thrift, of friend. Joe Williams, in Boston last
; illustrated lectures provided daily a small way to the success of a among members of the board, < at the last meeting the chairman of which Simon W. Straus of Chicago is week. j '
chamber of commerce .1" in favor of and I the finance committee, J. M. WUlAOn.I i
from 9:30 to .:30. state Some being meters president. Philadelphian-Indeed! How" is h.?
n The-plan adopted-the sale of Florida some against'them. I Jr., had* protested against this1 arrangement i "The diamonds, rings, gold chains Ch.uffeur--Dead; be never regained
: corn-1 stamps at onoe cent each-to raise Finally Jv W. Prentice made, a motion ( and that.the president had 1' and other articles of Jewelry we consciousness" '
I the chamber Of commerce in Los Anti ,1 a preliminary organization fund, to supersede the previous motionof I instructed the baseball committee to bought for our sweethearts wives and!
to boost Long Beach. San Diego should meet with universal approval. the bjoard regarding meters and appoint their own committee to collect daughter during the last five years," RANK EXTRAVAGANCE. ,
? faiTa organization, and ,San Fran- It identifies the contributors with the that the committee wait on the board further funds; that they had done Mr. Moore says, '"foots up a total that J
//If Uco hafa chamber of commerce with} 1 organization, distribute the cost and request them to enforce the rules thie, but that the committee oftheirown is moot than twice' the sum spent by It has been truly said that a raam ,
''.. force that more nearly resembles' evenly over the whole state and give and regulations of the ordinance relating appointing did not appear to have the United States to construct the who earn hi* own money know how-
that of a bi. 'munlcip.1 corporation: I I wide ,publicity to our .state and our to the use of the city water. much weight with th. people and business Panama eanaL We are spending more I to value it; and the same may be said rbi
n ', then anything elseoskland. Stock- purpose in its behalf. W. B. Harris seconded this motion, men, and they not been able than $25.000,000 a year for, chewinj of a> woman who puts up her own pre +,
Sacramento, and several other j Of course, it is not likely that the> which carried. to collect much way; that the gum alonev Our national tobacco ha serves.-says Lippincott's Magazine'
1, ,'toft California, antes each havebig cornmertisl state chamber ,of commerce will be i Mr., Prentls, called the,attention of .finance\ committee >eolist'sted' .. hethought it burned approximately $330,000,000 "Mercy meL exclaimed Aunt Mary:
: bodl... .lmUar( to those of Los permanently financed by the perpetual *h* president. ., the municipal desecration of nine bdla utiaJ.-, who last years: " :':_, "How can the president be so extravagant .
'AnceI.nd, Triaeo-, 'And In addition, sale of these stamps. In tact,, .. going'eti in the. town'by. the could -eoll.et-inane'- much easier" than : with*other,,people's moneyT*>. '
-al1.t-then.,C.Iltoreia bas a .tate".have assurance* of ample ,financial I burning .or, trash on ,the parks anditatedtth.adeetgang they could; that he., last weeib:;,.had Jt-requlJu little.aertiontupaii' our ,"Wh,.. whaf th* ,matter AuntieTT a
-. board trade which maintains a tr.t' .; :-. , T.- "u "t-to to-iIut-0p-$5OIO ythe wwrtawttxand.also :partQb< IDist .-.UJIO! : '""On.ILthink of keeping Jho*. M iy: .. T .
'' A m exhibit in the municipal fer. ;.tCpntinoed on page twelv .| :r.hare'someone ,attne!:bead of it that had to tort about .to,, scrape, p.th*,MJ.os-. _." .. Indians. .on government. preserves 1"'-:C*'-c- -f
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' r 8W BESi-----' : __ gAO 34 20 MOO .'. Wm -_ All ___ __ _________________________ I a7 a6E9 ? .
Southern
Un.l Y. 46 2 Q n Colon.laatlon All _______ ____ 9 323 640 '
1 ] 11 /0 l Smith. J. T 1.14 _____________-_____n_ Southern- Colon-

t J."ot 4 "__"5jTBl4--------------------- 8 11 :: 1t* OranR-er J 'fC_ 12.00 All ________ ________________ _ 10 $9 114 141 Boothern Co.___: 19,4. laaUon Co.-__, 21.11. ,
S of ---- -- Colonlzatlon All 10 .
; ___ ____ U as 840 Southern
:1' :'3 11 34" 16A .HVrtlc. O w._._ 1100 --- -- _-_____---_---_--_ ColonIsatlonCar.19.4
CO._'___
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--- ----------------------- Colon $
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1 ::;1 Sf 638 Southern _________._______ 11
1 _____________ All _- --------------- 11 $4't41" Southern Colon- All
___ 11
Alll\\n Izatlon Co____ 28.47 --------. __________________ ____ U .IS 640 Southern Colon-

All ...r__n-____ __ ____.:_________,_-__ 17 a2 34 640 Southern Izatlon Colon'.0,____ 28.47 All _ _ ----__---______________________ 14 i1 34' .40 Southern lzatlon Colonlaatlon : 14.1" All -_____._________.________.____:.______ U U U 110 Southern laallon Co.Colon-____ I....


e All ._____________ ___ __n___ ______ ____ 19 31 34 637 Southern Izatlon/ : CO.Colon-____ 2&.47 All, ..___ ____--_____- ___________--_--__ 111 IT. 14 640 Southern Co Cofonlutlon ,___: 11.01 All _-_____________________.___________ IS U as 640 Southern lutlon Ca l7o t op__: It..'


r ;t* All ___--_____---____ ____-__-_____-____ 29 32 14 644 :Southern,Izatlon Co Colon-: 28 47 Ail ..aat of rlverM. _________.___________ 18 IT 34 1180 Southern Co ColonIsatlon ,__.: 11.4$ All _-----_---_________________________. 1/ U as 640 Southern laaUon Co.Colon-__._ 11.4.


'' All ____________ ___ ____ _______ 31 32 14 639 :Southern on Co Cofon.aal __ __. 28 47 All ____ -___----------n-----n------u- 21 ,17 If 140 Southern Co Colon-____ 28.11 All east. of river______=_______________ 1'1'U' as 120 Southern Cofonlaatlon : n..'


All --.---____ _-_____-_____-__ __ ___--_ :33 32 34 644 Sguthern Izntlon: Co Colon-_: 28.47 All __:_:_ .._______----______--________ U IT 34 140 Soar c:: Co.ColonlsatioA ___: ..... All -__________________________________ 11 i6 13 640 Southern' Ca ColonIsatlon ___: 1.11:

______ _______ __ 4 31 3606' :Southern Colon- All _____ ____________ _,_________ n J7 U 641 So Co.___: n." Co..__. I....
; All __--__-_____-__ -- --- IzRtlon Co.__: 27.61 -- -- -- uthern Colon All -------__________--_---_-___------_ U U' 83 640 Southern Colonfeetlon a

AU.u___.____:____. ..______ ______ 6 33 34 cni Southern Izatlon Co Colon-. -: 27.68 All __ __ __ __________________UUn 2. 31 U 642 Soar : Co.Cofo___: un.AU' All __ _-________:...______________________ I. 36 as 640 Southern Co.Colon-___: l1./t 'jJ.laaUon .

_____ 6 33 34 615 :Southern Colon- _ __ ____ _________ 211 Isatlon Co.___ n.n, Co..__. 14.1'
__ ________: J7 U 642 Southern :
All _____.. mn ,Izatlon Co.- _ 28.28 nUunu Colon.Isatlon All fractional _-__nn_________-_____ 26 U U 382 Southern -

., All ____________ -____________ _ ____ __ 7 83 v 34 627 Southern Izatlon Co Colon-._. __ 28.5ft All __ __ _ ___ _________________________ .26 n 84 641 Southern Co Cofonlaatlon ,___: U.4I All tracUon.l and. nuaurveyed. part____ 27 3. 3a 640 Southern 1."Uon Colon, -1jf 1 ..'


>:.', All ____________ _____:___ ____ A 33 34 639 Southern Izatlon Co Colon-...___ 29 48 AII-----------------------_____-___ Z7--U--U-W-BPjUt.hFo.ll_'Co.u R19P.;;_:... 28.48 .All unaurv'y..d. Baal of river__.________ 28 86 83 a50 Southern I"'Rtton" CO.Colon-___. "r:;.4 3 'r'II.'

"r I *" "lVU -w feetlon b.____ 06.11. i
0 : All ______ __ _______ _____ 9 33 34 641 Southern Ixatlon Co Colon.-. 20.48 All east or river___________________---- 29 17 If 600 Southern. Colon- All un.urv..y..d T . east. of river----------- 38 8. 38 100 Southern Colon- ;,

,1/, 11.68 laaUon Co.____ .U W I
) 1C 33 34 481 Southern Colon- All of river__________ __ ____ 33 Southern 9
pant __ ___ 87 :
If
,f'> All except NIOVr---------------------- 120 CoonIset/on All east. 318 33 611 Southern
1
laatlon Co___ 22.10 unaurv"Y"d of nlver_ _________ Colon- ,:;

'us'11t NHJJ4 _____ __ ________m___ -- ____ ___ 10]11 13 Jg 14 34 160 32U Shreave Agatln-F.K P.1'_..._._ 14.81 7.83 All -- --____ ___-----____________--- -_ 35 37 3810 8outhern' / Co.Colo_ : i/.0 All fractional and unaurveyed partn, __ 35 86 33 640 Souaathern Co.Colon-____ 11.18 ,:'f Jr

.I NK>4 and SW'A ::::::::::::::_-,-.-:-- 11 33 8180 uuthfrn ColonIWH RW'4 or 24E.----------------------- IS 33 Isatfon J Oj.-- 28.48 laatlon Co.____ I..S ""
---_ IE.lion C...._ 7.93 Z7 .0 Sumner. k All fra"lIonal _-___________-____u_ .-_ 36 36 33 640 Southern CoIOIIlaallon .'
13 33 34 160 Southern Colon- I. .._ ___ ...1 Co.__ _n..1 '
At-1' IW'4 1, ____ _ ___ -----n-------n-- : NE'4 of NE'4 le.. 8W'4 of NE% of All east of rlver_____ __ __ 2.37 33 350 Southern Colonlsatton .
u.n Ixatlon Co 7 93 ____ ____ ___ '
____________ 13
NE'4u ___ _____________ 19 33 30 Thompson, 'V.REe" ....- __ _
v't 14 33 S160 Southern Colonization Co_ __ 18..7 ,
__ -
____ __
( .8W'4 ____ I fractional '
and
CD. = 7 91 of AW+ and SWy of 8EYr__ n__ 13 29 88 80 Unknown- : : : : : : 6.R: f AI'' ___ __ unaurveyedast of 11 t7 33 400 Southern
14 33 If ICO Clark f \\ 7.63 river ____ _ __ __ ____ olon- "
1 __ - - ---- '
_____ 'Vl
_ - of
___ __ NW n .
( 81t'4 ___--____ __ 1 15 *3 34 640 A > 29 sa 80 \John, L. S..u '.U lullon Ca____ "..01AI
__ ___ ______ ____ __ Southern Colon- 84W1,4NWt' or 8E ,9+
i------------------------ 18 80 33
All __ __ Izatlon Co,._ 29.48 40 Mootadloca, J..: ..06 fret lonal un_-_____ ___n.n__ 13 17 8 S 2P4\.o Anuthern Colon :
1 of 8 __ ,
18
16 89 .0 Aaaa. 1..111') __ 1.14 Ssntlon --
____ .______ ___ 9010 H..uth..rn'i'17l1Jn- NW1 of NF$ _____ ___ 17 go P Co.14.2E
All *-- Izatlon ('o.-- 29.48 ____ .0 Brown. J.: M.____ 8.34 A\\h oat f rlver______________ ___ ___. 14 37 38 32n Southern Colon- a
NW or
NE 21 80 33 40 Montadeeca.. J.__
-------n---------------- ,3.U ,
17 laaUon (
33 'o.u
__ __ ___ ___ __ ______ fit 64(1 htuthern ColonI N'V 11.11
All ___ of NE and SE", of NWI" and
-- All of P97 83 180) Southern
21 48 pas rlver_ ____________ ___ ___ ___ Colon.Isatlon -
15 3334643 soIUtl..l.--- NEyI or SW' ____ ____ _"______ __- -_ 31 110 83 120 Bunter. 11 A.6.9 5

,, I All ____--_ _____ ---___ ______nu _. -- t leatlon ('u 2948 All _ __--_ ___--__--___ _-_____-______ 17 31 33 636 Southern Colon- sP: '4 of NEST-----------_______---_--- 8 211' 83 4n unknown Co._ :=:: 7.93 LOB

"I J II 33 34 657 Southern laRUon Co.__.... 28.47 All ___________________________ __ 5 311 32 810<< Mluholland H. 28.1"
tl' All _____--_--__ _____________-_____'-_ Izatlon 0 ?lon- 3068 All _ _ ____ __ __________ ____________ __ 19 31 38 633 Southern Colon- All rrartlo"al 0000 ___ _________________ T 30 U 820 MulhoIlRnd:1.: H. 11.81

20 11 34 .41 ta"tlon Co.u_ 28n W % or or NW ________________ 25 311 U 20 Unknown _ __
Southern NW'4 1.11
//1' __ __ ____ ___ __ ____________ ____ Colon-I % u
____ All __
All E' of NW ___ 21 31
'\1 Izatlon ('0 29 48 "r..pt % Si ______ 33 558 South..rn Colon- AWrk __ _________ __________ __ 27 30 32 110 Hunter, H. A.___ 1.218 y

I' __ __________________ 21 33 34 C41 Southern Colon-h laallon Co.____ 24.57 All ___nn____-__________ EB 30 82 U. pvan. R. F.u 18.1"
AU ______-__-- tznlluirCo 29tH All h ____-_ __ __-_____-____________ 27 31 33 641 Soulh..rn Colonlantlon All __ _____mmumm 18 I 3Z 686 Southern Colon-
t. 22 33 Co __ _ 2R.All ./7 :
34 64(1 Isatlon
______ ______ __ ____ ______ Southern ( 01011AU _ _ __ _______ _ Co.___ 28.47All
All nu nun Izatlon Co 2948 __ ________________ 31 31 33 640 Southern Colon- h. _un____-_____-____;___________ 14 31 32 639 Southern 'olo-,

___: : _______ __ 23 33 34 C44 Southi.rri (: ;10" All _ _ _____________ _______ ____ 32 laRtI\n Cn. u 281 T ( o _ __ n.41
E n.uu-. -- ha\lon Po. 2948 n 31 33 639 Southern ColonIsatlon AIJ _ ____ __ ______________.__________ 15 31 32 ,689 Southern Colon- .
; 24 33 34 1'0.__ __ 28.n I laRlion
321 Co.__
Southern Colon __ 18.."
WS4 u_ __ ____nh___ .----n---- "II _ _ uuu .---------------u-- 35 31 33 649 Southern CoionItallnn 16 31 32 <410< Southern j
4 s ization ('go. 1511 AIJ ________-nnnu______:. Colon-
25 33 34 320 Co _ 28.n ; '
*,i --- -__ ___nnnun ___nn_ Southern Izntlon Co Colonvr 1511 \11 _ ________.____________________ 1 32 33 648 Roulh..rn Colonla..llon AU _. ___________________nn_________ 3 17 31 32 640 Southern Colonlaatlon 28.41 -..

rv'i All ______ _______ ___ _____ 26 33 34 6.11 Southern I.Izfitlfln: Co L'olun.. 29 48 .All __ _ _ ___ _ ____::_________________ 2 32 33 645 Snuh.rn. t Co.!'olon-,. _28_ 4T__ I; All _ ________uuuunn 2/1 21] 32 6411 Southern Co.la,47 Colon- _

27. H .. .n_ .Q.. :....... .:;_'" '&Ronn ..._ Z8.n Isatfon Cn.-_ 28.41
{y; N30Si ana 8, _. -- H' .u. "-v.un- .11 __ __ ___ ______________ ______ 3 32 33 Ii40 u
-u Izallun 1'0._ _ 22.30 u n u Southern 1 Colonization A IJ u __ __ __ __________ ____ ______- 21 31 32 550 Southern Colon-Izatlon

'. ,7 AU _______ __ _____ ____ __ ____-_ __u____ 21 33 34 641 SoIzuthrrnxhttrnnrn (Coluq'0.0., 29.48 Ml _ __-- __________________.__ 4 32 33 634 Southern Co ", 28.47 All _, __ -_. __--____"___--_________ 22 31 32 639 Southern Co.Colon____- 1..421


c'.'1,' All _-__--_-_. ____ ____ __ ____ ___"_ 29 33 34 .41 Soul laRlion hHn Co Colon-_ 29.8 All except NE14-"=__-.___--______--_____ f; 32 33 467 Southern Colonization 28.47 All __ ____________________ _____ 23 31 32 640. Southern I Cn Colon-: _ U47 "

,, 30 38 h CO._ __ 20.9< IZRllon
34 Co.h_
rt.t AU _-' __----_____- _____-_-_________-- 665 IzAnut a htlrmrnCo... 30.68 NEr1 _____n____________._____________ 5 32 33 154 SrhaafMcCannLand All __-" __" .______ _______ ______ 226: 331 3322 ASt9R HU"I"r. H ACol.Colon.___ n.n 28.47 _

31 33 34 680 Anuthern I'olon-. Land Co_.__ 7.1 10 All _--- _-__.________________ ______ Southern ?\
All -----u---u--------u--------. Isatlon Co---- _- __ __ _________________ ___ 6 32 13 632 Southern Colonization 'laatlon Co. ___ 38.47

32 38 3641 Southern, : 31.27AU CO._ 28.47 All ___ ___ __ _________________ 26 31 32 640 Anuthrrn Colon-; .
___ _______ ____________ Izallon (Colon.t "O"h All -___u__________________________ 7 12 33 .640 Southern Colonization Isatfon Co._ __ n.n

31 38 34 641 2948 C'o__ 28.47 All __ ______ __ _______ 27 31 32 639 Southern, ColunleqSion ; :
Rnrthrrn --
AU ________________________________.-__ IZRII..n Culun-_ All) ____ ___________________________ 8 32 33 639 Southern Colonization - 18.47
: Co. _
9a3 34 639 Southern 29.48 Co.__ 28.47 All ______ __:_ ________ __ _______ 28 111 32 550 'SouthPrn ColonIsatfon : :
___ '-_____________________--__ la"tlon (Col..nAU 'o.-- Ml .___ _________________ --------n- 9 32 33 639 Southern Colonization Co____ 14 4'::

15 sa ,34 640 -Rollth"rn ColonAU 29.48 CoSouthern ..._ __ 28.47 All __ __ __ __________________________ 29 31 32 638 Rnuth..r" ('olonlaRtlo" ,
_______nuuu.--------uu----- laallon 811 _____ _____________ __ _______ 10 32 33 640 Colonization ('ft.u__ 18..1

16 33 14 640 Southern Co.Y9./Colon- 8 Co __ __ 28.47 1 All ____ _________ ______________ ___ 32 31 32 640 Roulh..rn Colon-
+ All --------------L_____ All ___ __ _______ 11 12 It 641 4aT c
-------n---- laallon 00 n __ ________________ Southern Colon- Isatlon CO..__
Co. ___
1 at 34 648 Southern Colon-- Y9.i. ./8 Ixa tlon Co.---- 28.47 All _--_ .__--_____--______._--_________ 33 3J 32 549 Southern Colon: :
i. All ____________nunuu__ I At1-----------------------------------. : 12 32 33 642 Southern ColonIxatlon Izatlon 24.42T

r 2 34 a4 638 Southern laallon. Co..___ 2'.48 I Co____ 28. All __--_______----__--____________-- 24 31 32 fl411 Smtlhern ColonIsatlon ; :
-
All _________________________nnn__ laallon Colon-. All -__ __ __ ____ ___ __ 11 32 33 640 Southern Colonization .. ('0. __ '
Ca ___
3 at 34 639 Southern 29.48 Co.___ 28.47 All _____nu_________________________- 35 3J 32 640 Southern ColonIsatlon : 11"-7."_
All _______________nuun__ laatlon Colon- All --_________________________________ 14 32 33 641 Southern Colonization : Cn.___ 11.47 "I
CO.n
4 34 34 645 28." Co____ 28.47 All _____________-_______.________nu__ 36 3J 32 640 Southern Colon-: a. .
.All __.---u--:...----------..-.--..-- Boltaatlonern Colon- 11 -___________________._____________ 35 32 33 619 Southern Colonization l&Rtlon Co ____ 22.17 :;o

5 84 3. 656 CO'hh 29A Co 28.47 All ____uu_________________________ 1 82 31. 625 Southern Colon-
__..___________..________u_______ 80uth.rn laatlon 'Colon.AJJ All _____________________________._ 16 32 83 lte Southern Colonization Co____ 17." 1

a 6 d34 708 South.rn Ce.--- 2'.48 I CO.n__ 2847 All ____________-______________________ 2 Ef 32 .22 Bouthonern. CoIOIl- _
AU -------.-----------.---------,---- laatlon Colon- NW>4. of SEW.' .________________________ 17 12 11 120 Southern. Colonization lutlon Co.-_ I ... "

7 If1,,_ 604 Southern Ce. 12.]8 Co____ 14.61 All ______---____-_________._____---___ 8 U U GU Southern Colsa: .;
.AJI -_-._______duuuuu_____ l Colon-_ All ._:.___________________,.___ 18 12 11It 611 Southern Colon 8oIr Ca.>> _.. 31N yn

8 If 14 6.0 Southern Co. :1 aU7.l.J1 isation Ce____ 15. 47 All _._______________________---u_____ II U 628 :: Colon
) .--..----....----------------------- laaUon Colon All ._________________________ 12 II 611 Southern ColonIsatlon laatlCln' Ca.___. 17.11

.t .' 14 8610 Southern C.____ 2..8 Co....:. 2847II All .._...___..__.._.____.__.__..-..---- 15 I t II .2. 80utberD Colon- !
-----...-------..- '' '--..-. -..- Colon.AU WS$ and Stf of NEK and W,1 of NW laatlon Co._ .
: : .. % . J'.O.
or, 10 14 4' Ni, South.rn laaUoJo..____ 1..4 of SEH4-..._.,__.____..._. to 81 ttII 410 Southern Colon B4 of'SE' + _.._._:__...__.____.._____ I II II .0 80uth..rn. Colon" 1
.
Colon
All -.....--...-...........--.:.:.-.- isation Co._... .tt laatlon Co._.._ \
.. .. ..1'
I I, It 14 U 140. Southern Co,___. I...2 All ....-.__...._._.._....__....__ __.. 11 II 040 Southern .Colon AU .1.. ..........._._..."..._.._:...__.... 1 II II /f7 80uthern Colsa... ,
.l.J1 ..... ....... ...... ...... .... Colon .
.. ---- -: '!' .' Isatlon Co.____ 11.47SI.47 1 ..", '", IIIaUon '__... ... s
lesion
11 14 U qt Southern Co___. "/./' AU --____.:.._..____-,___. _______..._..-_ ..SI II tt Oil Southern Colon- All ....--.:.-.-+-.--------.--. 10 II II NA Southern '
..All't.: :' ..-..--... Colon11 -. isation Co..... .' laaUon CaColon___.. 11.4'1.

.. U ap7. Southern Colon12,1 g All ..______n_:.___-______-_______-.;_-_-_ 23 IlIa 641 Southern. Colon AI' except W% of BWSI____:_.-________ II II U 1154 Southern" Colon- '
..All .. .... .... .
--- -- --- -------- -- isation Co.___ 21.47 Lallon Ca_ "
: 14.17N.W .
: 14 If U 6U laaUon Co_____ 1..4' All __________________________ .._____ 24 31 11 61> Southern Colon All ______:___ ______.::.___n___________ 11 U U 642..Bouthern Cofon
___-All.- __ .. ...___...___ :: ;; I :- isation Co 21'47 ___ 11.4'1All

cl.-- IS If 14 an onBouthonern.__ . 29.48 All __ ----_____----___--_____--________ 25 U 31 619 Southern Colon and Nt% of SESi---------------- 13 II 32 140 8Ir Coln:
.All ____...______________nnm____ Southern : isation Co 28.47 laatlon Co,___ lUII.talon

16 Ie 14 841 29.48 I All _- __;-__,_"__-"_"__""__________ 26 32 33 640 Southern ColonIzatlon : _-_un___________-________________ 14 32 32 .647 Southern Caon: ';
____ -n________________ Southern Colon.All Co____ 28.
; 47 11.41
11 If If 640 laRUon C. __ __ 29..8 All ---___ __ _______________________ 27 82 13 639 Southern Colonization All "xc"pt NEB. and NIio of $E4 ------ 15 U U .01 8ftUth..n co.i--- ---t<.
All ___..______ __________ __.- Southern: Colon- Co.- ___ 28.47 fsetlon Co._.__ 11.0' ,

18 Ie If no Southern o 29.48 All h __-_u__-_______--_____________ 28 82 11 618 Southern Colonization All __u_____ _______n ____uu______ 11 U 32 637 Southern Colon- 1 \
All ___ ____ __ ____ Colon-
mu uu.m Co,____ 21.47 Ce.____ J8.n ;
3U7 Wrl __ 29 32 33 320 Southern Colonization All ut of river----------------------. 17 32 32 .79 Southern
Colon-
All _______:________u_________________ 19 34 34 874 Southern : n--u Co____ 14 61 laRtion Co. U.14

20 If 3. 840 Southern. 30.68 All except WH of 8EK. _______________ 30 32 13 66! Southern Colonization All east ef rlverr-----------------____ 29 32 82 320 Soulh..rn Coon 1
All ____________mmm______ : Colon: CoSouthern ,____ 2501 laRtlon Co...___ ".61 i..

y 21 34 34'44 29.48 N% - ----____ -___-_-_ ___ __ ___ 31 33 33 314 Colonization All ______ __ _______ ________________ .1 32 32 636 Soulh'rn {'olon- ,
.All _______ ____..____ ___ ] Southern. : Colon2S : -- -- Co __ __ 14.13 laRllon Ca_ .__ 21..7 c,

If ; 29.48 All except W% of NWS4 and Err! of E'i '2 IS 33 400 Southern Colonization An _______________________________ .22 32 32 642 Southern Colon- it:
34 639 ;;;:
All __ __________ Southern 1
.
Isallnn
unun.n Co: _
Co.c : ,-- tSchaafMcCann 11 08 Co. .__ un
All ________nnuunm____ 23 34 34 641 Southern Colon-_ 29.48 R'4 of ES4 -___________________________. 32 32 33 160 : NSL and BWSi. ________________________' 23 32 327A AOUIhPrn Colon- ',4
Land Co.----_ 7.61 Isatlon Co._.__ U.U .
24 3t 34 ( 294 A All __________________________________ 33 32 13 640 Southern Colonization All except BF.Si____--____________--__ 24 ,32 32 480 Anuthrrn. Cdon- :.r''!
840
: : .AU ______----______________--_________ Southern Cotnn:. Coa8./7 L IZIIIIon Co.____ 21.." t

> 25 3t 34 294 4 Ml --?- _nu__________________________ 332 33 640 Southern Colonization All except. S% of BWSi nu--u---u-- 25 32 32 581 Southern Colon .
All _____________ 841 ROnlhrrI1
_.___ ____ ____ __ Cofon: Co.____ 28.47 IZRllon Co.____ 28.01 4..

II Sf laallon Co.__ 29.48 All ____n_____________________________ 35 12 13 640 Southern Colonization ASi otBWK--------------------------- 26 32 32 80 Rhul... F.. F_____ 1.81
All ___________________________________ 34 640 Bouthern Co1on: Co____ 28.47 All ___uu____________________________ 21 32 32 640 Southern Colon- : .J

1 laallon Co.-_ 2948 All ___ ___________ 36 12 33' 619 Southern Colonization 1&11 II Co.__ --....
27 34 nun ______, ._ on __ U.
All _"_ _...________..___.u=n------n ,34 639 Southern Colon.: ? CO.n: 28.47 All _-_____u__________________________ 27 8Z 32 642 Soulh..rn Colonlaallo" -

.A.11'__ 28 If 214 631 49,1laallon 3 All! .-_____________________________ 1 31 11 646 Southern Colonization Co.____ 21.." {
_____ Roulh..rn
----------------nnu Colon. Co____ 29.41 WS4 of NEST .ndNW and SE u---- 28 32 32 400 SOlllh..rn Colon- ,

29 M.____ 29.41 All __ __u_____________________________ 2 11S 11 612 Southern Colon- Isatlon Co.___ 1I.1f1
AH'_________ _________ __ If 34 639 Southern 2e ;
e n .____ ______ ColonR' : Ixatlon Co.____ 29.48 All east of river of NEYz of NE'k __ ____ 82 32 40 Southern Cofon:

t 30 3t laatlon Co. 29.48 All -j-___________-__r________________ IS 31 617 Southern Colon- Izallon CO.____ 1.41
All ___ 34
__ 661
_____
r __ ___ ___ Southern
+ : Co.Colon: Ixatlon CO'n 29.48 ESi and SW'4 peat of river____________ 33 3. 32 419 South..rn Colenfsxtlon ,

.f ,, All ._...:....__ : ----L at Sf If US U.48 All except wA4 of rTEU' : ______n________ 4 S3 11 657 Southern Colonization Co.____ U.U ",
__ __ _
_..__.__
.ea. .
Jouthern: Cofon: Co__.. 25.89 All _________-__________________--- __ 882 n 641 Southern Colon-.

All ______ __ 32 84 34 Isatlon Cn.__ 29.48 AU) ___________________________________ 5 S3. 11 611 Southern Colonization o
n -num___________ 6 9 Routhrrn Cofonaatlon 35 32 32 641 Annlhprn: : J8.n.
: Co _n_ 29.48 All _____ ______ __ _____ __ _nun Cofon '
Co._.. 28.1Itatlon 8 All __ _________..________ 6 11 11 617 Southern Colonization Co._ _
K All ____ 33 9E4 .hu : ________ 8osatluth 1.47 "ta
_______
___ _ 641
-- --- ___ n Cofon __ 36 U 82 641 :
ti ------ sOI Co____ 29 41 All _--_--_______--____-___--_ --___ Cofon
; All If Co. ___: 28.48 All ___________________________ ______ T 11 31 616 Southern Colonization ""aUon" Co.____ SLIT
..__________ 34 ,
-- _.._......____...._ E810 Routhrrn Colon- Co. 29.48 All except ESi of NWyI ------n-u---- I sa 32 556 So"th..rn Colon-

____ ______ ...____ as If 34 Itatlon Co..z E9.All ./8 All _n_____________. ___________________ 8 11 11 619 Southern Colonization 8outhern Co.____ 1.3.19 r
__ 640
____
Southern Colonlaatlon : CO.__. 29.48 All except. N% of NE'4________________ 3 sa at 5.8 ColoIsatlon n- .

.All ____ as Co.__ 29.48 All ______..-___________________________ 9 11 11 640 Southern Colonization f Co____ 11.1'
___ _ 14
_ __ If
____ 6.0
___ __
n __ Southern Colpn- I sa 32 618
: Co.____ 29.41 All __ _--____--__-_____-_______=_---___ Southern. Colon-
i i4 All Sou horn 29.48 All _____-__nn_____-________________ 10 sa 11 640 Southern Colon- lutlon Ca ____ IULol. i "
1 U 31
.p ---------___ ____________" ___ m l'Iol Colon- isation Co____ 2941 All uun_____________________________ 1 83 U 598 Southern' Colon. { {

Isatlon Co.____ un All ____ ______ ____________________ 11 as sa 641 Southern Colon- 17'61
All --
2 --
__ ___..___...________ 36 2610 Southern coign
---------- : ___ Southern Coloni : isation Co*____ 29.41 I and 7________________--_-:_____ I sa U 62 :

'I .A.H ____ _______-_________ -___ I Ie a819 U48 All ---____________::____________________ II II sa 641 Southern Colon laatlon Co.___. 1.41 '
lon 9 83 U 640
--- : Bale r tun Co : isation Co. .. 29.48 An __:._____n- _ Bouthern Colon-

;t AU # . 4 U If Colon- U48 All _n________________________________ 13 II a (41 Southern CoeItatlon laallon Co.____ .'1
.. 7117. .--- ---- -----------------.. no Southern Co____ 29.48 An _______ ________________------------ 10 sa U 640 Roulh..rn Colon-

1 0 laaUo"'n..__ '1111 All _..________.._____________ ___ 14 n as (40 Southern IZRtlon Co.____ I. .
A ------..----------------------. I f 84 24 no War.:1.: W_____ 14.81 ----- isation Colon 2948 All ______n__.______:.__________________ 11 sa U 641 80ulhern Colon:1:
----------------------- 648 Southern Colon- CO'f---
---
laRllon
----- All 11 13 as 640 Southern, .____
--------------------------- ----- -
lut'on' './ 8tW __ All except BWti 11 sa 32 .80 South..rn
Co 19 41 Colon-
4Polon isation ------------- ---------
t :: ----------A------------------------ 611 Routh..rn All --___--____-.::__,_--__________-_____ 11 sa as 640 Southern Colon C 11.1.0 '
: '' .All I Isatlon I Co.__. 49.1 2 isation CoSouthern .____ 29.41 All _____________un_-_________ 18 sa U 139 Southern Colon- p

-----------u. __________. 7 I' 84 .41 8outhern Colonlantlon All __.________________________________ 11 a8 al 640 Colonization C UU
0..All .____ I..4S CoSouthern _____ 29.48 All .----______________________________ I88 U 611 SOUthern: Colon-
a -------------______ ..________ 8 U 34 640 Southrrn
--- Colon,111 All ___v---------_____--_____________ 18 II II 640 Colon- t a
: U48 isation/ Co.____ 19.48 All ____________n_______________ II 83 32 6.0 lltfoonnCColoa't/
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,' :_U n .. /isation Co____ 19.41 Lot. 1. I, I, 10. 11_____________________ 17 II U 198 Southern ColonIsatfon :
All ___.___ ____________ ___ ____ 10 U 34
6U Southern ColonIsatlon All _____________________..____________ ZO II n 640 Southern Colon- ....
Co.__ _: J8.48 BE of Nano and BE> 10 83. II 117 :
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AU __.______________________________ 11 as If eeletlun coaon
640 Southern ColonIsatlon All ____________________________-_____ IlIa la 61> Southern. Colon- Ltl >
Co.___: UU *' Izatlon COn 29.4SII All _____--________._____________--___ U sa U .u 8outhern Colon-
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-- _ 3. 113 Southern Colon- All _______________-________:.__________ II a3 II 6404 Southern. Colon- 801f o IU' g
\ laallon Co.____ 1'.48 All ____:_ U as II 640 r; :
All .;. 11 isation Co.____ .41 ----------- ------------- Sohatlon'CO
-----------n. U 14 840 Southern ColonCo. All ____--_-_______-._________._-_____ II II la 640 Southern Colon- IU'BlII
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'c isation Co.____ lAU / 41 -----------
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bo.___: 2f.r. ." of 24WS4 and W"" of NW"
isation Co._.. 11.41
fi ""i '..AU. ,,:, .. ________ II II 14 .40 Southern Colon- All except NU of F"-- ----- II, .SIK ItUfttUSouthern Colon 8W% __ __ and U II II 180 Southern .Colonlaatlon -


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Ali .'. I..Uon ..... : Isatlon Co____ ....1 Co._._ 21,11
,-.'," :. ---.__._-____. II $1 14 141 Southrn'Oo.i--- All except. ra'li) of SWU_:.__..___ 1'1 if' II 100 Southern Colon. ,x.11.,_____. n.____ II II U .41 Southern Colonlutlon : :
l.aUon Co._._ 1'.4'.AlI Isatlon Co.___ IT." Ca.
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\ S- .......,. -.--.- 1$6 It $14 Boothern Cofon t' All . 17 II II .n :
pl : All ..........___- ___--. I', as as 189 Southern Colon.Izatlon 8oulh era Colon811 : '
l s ; fsallon Ca31.1/ ;: Co..._ "/..4'I Itton Ca____ 41 '
a" _.ASJ. ,- T ---__ 10 14 U 140 sidon C2fA I N% or 811" _:; ._ 19 II II 410 Southern Colon n' "/ I.I .11 Iouthern Colon.. 1 '
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'. lutlonC ... -. : Co. ."11.41 J..Uon
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'' .: '' lutlon Co._.. 21,48 Lots '1 and 4. block II '..:-..;. -- : 'Jl. MI11er...J. ''If-- t..art; r. G L/1 r '
AU ,__.....__,.,_,. _____..::......:.__._, :11 II.t,2) 841 Southern Colon Lot 11. block 12__._____,__.,_,__.. Pond. ..ra L-.,. 1 I VlckarT.- _' ./'
IsaUon Co.____ S'.41 Lot 11. block !.__-...____......,....___ s---i Na1l:0n.: Mra. F.-y '
All _._._______.._.._.____,_..- II II II 8. W._ 1'.11 Lot 4. block 23-------. _._____ I ht. J.. A........ I "
All east. of rly.r_........,...,...__.__......._. ..1II II 100 Sonia Colon Lots 1 and t. block; 14.._____....___..._ 10 Wars. G. W. -
-" Is.UonCO.._:_, 11.1 Lots I and I, block 24-------_______.._ 10 B.nn.tt. P, IC.., i Footer G. '.__,., .11
.1 .AJl,_..___.. _____..__..___.._ I' I'II .40 Southern Colon Lot 7. block 14.___-.____________ I. Derbyshire. Dr. I Fay 11 I1.__: .i1
'lsaUon Ca____ 1'.41 W% of lot II, block 14________._w_ 2Llmbsck. l'I----- . 1
( t W. .. "1,_'. ........,1.. .c.. l' w3 II II n Lot 14. block 14 _.._._________ I. Llmbeck -'U' .
Lot 11....______+___.____..___._____ i Mann Mrs. A..... ..0 Lot 0r block 111_:-::::.__.___.___.._ I D..rbyehINl..C.. :.III. I t
'ffl' : BLekw.IPs ......D.... .r w%., .r .ID'{(, 8 11 n Lot 6. block II______ '_______________ i Brambal'- E.- i SeminOl.IanQ / ;
., Lot 2 .. .. .... ... ... FI.rI.a ... . .
t' --- :, ---------- ---- ---.. 10 It1nkYlo..n 1.1' Oral." L..d C. .. .... lays Ca..a LIL q
'.:). .( JII% o .,.NW'MI.' .c.'i!:' ,,-..--..-----..- .. 1'f II 11 10 SeminolelabdkInv. : 0 Vnkaown _. .1.,
. r Co._.,__ I.U Let u. block.phl----------: =_____ 11 4YNeal Wnt.___ J I 5 Uqkno..D . r/I,
NiS of 8W 1( of SW4 of SE' and SE'"( Lola 14 and 1II.'block 2------------___ II Ru.II. R ft.._ : 6 n -_.-
of 8W% of 8E% _______.________ 10 II 11 11 Pott.r. Mu. O. R. 1.n Lots 10. 11. U. block 1____________w._ 7 Russell R. 1\.___ 1 Unknown --', ..1
B% of SE", and W --________..--___... 1 14 11 ,400 Southern. Colon- Lot I. block 4----------------------- 10 Snow. W. 1..__._ i Unknown _____ .2/
,A laaltoa Ca___ 11.11 Lots 4 and block ....... .______..___. 10 R..a9I1. R. ft.___ _.. .11
All cut Or'rl...;______________________ 11 U 11 T Southern ColonIsatlon : Lot. 20. 21 'j I. block ..___ _'-_____ 10 Russell R. ft.___ I Unknown .-- t. 4
Co____ 1.011 Lot 1. block I-----------; :::________:: 10 Ru.aell. 8. ft.___ 6 Unknown .. .11
J All -------------------------------- II 14 at 140 Moody & Shipper. 1'.18 Lot2. block It_____.___________________ 10 Strong, 8. H..___ 6 Flarln. :1. P-_. ..1 '
'. AJt. east of rlv..r. __________...,__._________ II .14 at 114 Southern Col"n. Lots 6 and 1. block 11___._____________ 111 McAdoo, B. A._.. t Unknown -_ .1'
. t.allon Co.____ 11.18 Lot 1. block 11.___.__________________ 10 Ru.a.lI. I\ R.___ : 5 Kaufman A.3._ 1.11.
f All cut of rlver_______________________ II .4 It 1170 Southern. Colon. Lof. 1, I, 4. block 11__________________ 10 Smith F. A.__._ I. ..
.: l.aUon \Co.____ n.h Lot I. block 14________.:._-_________ __ Ie R..nar. 1<.______
AU ______________.."._________________ 14 14 at IICO Moody" Sklpp..r II.U I.ot. 16. 18, 17, block 14_____________-__:_ 80 Smith F. A.____ 10 Sot. Lad i AImr.
"r All _=:________________________________ III '.4 11 840 S"uth..rll ColonAll Lots I to' 8 Inclusive and 11, block 11__ .II 11'1.. Drained Land Ca.-_ $.1'
laaUolt Co.____ 1'.48 . Co.___________ 10 Vadu..n H. Co L2
( -------------.,;_____-_______________ II .4'111 1140 Moody Skt per 1'.11 Lots 10 find 11. block 11_____________ 10 Russell, R. R.___ : I S. .11 :
d4\ AJI .a.t of river. _______ ._____________ III .4.1 80 Southern. Colon- Lot. I. 4. 7. 8. II, block 1'f____.____..__-__ 60 Russell..R. R.___ 'lo..laD4' F. E,_ .1' ,
i Ia.Uon Co.____ 4.14 Lot 4. block 19-------------------II Todd. H.._______ Wiliam. F. P.- .
Alt Lots I I. I. I. _________________ 0 Kyle.. O. H._____ 2 E.L__ 41'
1'" ------------------------.---------- .11 14 21 649' Moody Sklpp..r 29.18a -- ; Shuman.J
All ea.t of rlv0r--_--------------____ 1 .11 11 80 Southern Colon- Lot. 6. 6. 7. 8. block 11________________ 40 Russell R. n.___ 1I Shumah.o W.__ F
. laatlon Ca __ ucftLN. IAt 9. block 11________________________ 10 Ravoy. E..oo____ ,15 \
.' 1<.+"l B% of SE14 of SE34 of BW3ft_.________ 11 III 10 II Donegan. A. -E.,' Lot 28. block 80_______________________ 10 8eton 8. E. n I Mea.. H. C.. ..,
Agt.h_ 1.0' 1.01. 8 to 18 In"lu..IY" block 31________ .0 Smith F. /l---- 'McC.ml.. 0. .11
; W. Cor. of 8E of SE." run S. FI.. Pr.lf Sell C.-'. ......1.... 16..1 A.__._ !.!'
,; I f . tt. 1D. 410 ft., N: 110 tot.. W. not Lots ;B;, 10 and ttl block L 10 Bullock, S. H.. I Marian M____ .11
(t I'' f..I.\ ______________________________ II 26 10 I pavl. Wm.n 1.111 ------------ 'tru.t... ___:__ I . Wm -. .11 '
N., 1'>>'*eaofBeg:1,60 Ch.. W. of S. E. Lots 8. '7. 8, block 6___________________ .0 .DeVault J. G_.- 1 God..tn. I____ .1' '. .
Co n of NHyU4 run W. 11134 II..t..r. C.I .I..tl.. Co.'s Plat .,. 6 H __ .11
yd.., N. 'U yd.. E. ui% yd... 8. 114yard. I.ot ZtI _____h________________________ II 15 14 21 Marshall B. F. r"
.. .. ______________ 18 _______ I III J4 1'0 Southern'Cot :
to B..II'"" I 211.0 g Grimm J. A..___ C.03 Wye lot -- __________________ .
B\L I... NE"or' ell laaUon Co.-;;___ 'Sobn.on M .. ..
-Cor. of NW14 of NFa ndungNB Lot 10 --- -- _____ _______________ 7 15 J4 10 Southern' ColonIsatlon __ 1.21. ,
' Cba. E. Li? Ch.. S. 217.Chs W. '..17Ch. Co..__: 1 Unknown ___. .81 "
.: al.o less. Beg. no ft $! of N. W. Lot 8 and E% lot :__.________-_________ It III 14 10 Southern Colon I Unknown .___ -.11
Cor of sale 40. run S. 110 ft.. W. 110 . -. Issllon Co.__.: 6 Water. A l ..1 o

1 tL. N. IU ft., E. 110 r _----------- 111 211 210 219 Wllco, H._ 20.8' tot 18 ____ _ __ ___.____________ 35 15 .4 20 Unknown ______ I o. D. .1'
d NW'% of NW14 al\d N% 0 34------ II 211 Z9 UO Doneaan.. W.A. E.BW14 JAM JO ______ ______ ________ ____________ II III J4 IQ Southern Colon Thompson J. 1 ..1 ,
: 3 Smoks. 8. ___ .11
Isatlon Co.___
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of SW'4 lesa B... S. Cor.. run AlI't n 7.28 Lot 29 -- _hh ____n______________ 4 J4 18 20 Southern Colon "
N. 140 yd.. E. 110 yd.. S. 140 yd.. laatlon Co'___: -

W. 110 yd..________________:.________ 7 U 21! Sf __ 2.U E',4'> lot __________ .________________ 6 84 II 10 Unknown _n'__ Seminole Land
J. J. Kee&s .....-D..... .r Part .r 10 211 2. Rolfe O. A.n Lot 6. h__ U u______. ___.____________ 8 14 81 10 Unknown _nOo .I.U
Lot. U and V \'}j, -lot 3----------_______ 9 3433 .10 South.rn Colunl.aUo" 1. Btroekor-V0... II.- - '
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-W't! otSW3( :;;: ; ; -- 2tI I' 80 .. __ C :
B" S. W. Cor of SW14 ofSW---r un 1\ Donegan. A. E. 208 lot IC hnhn__________________ 9 84 II 10 Southern Colon. I. ____ 1.
!7. 440 ft.. E. no ft.. S. 440 f.et.. W. Isatlon Co.__ 1- CrurumTm S.. I= '. P
W' lot fi----------------------- 10 3C II JO Southern : ""
190 ft. --------------------- 11 25 29 10' FIlII.... T.-------- 1 72I ColonIsatlon .
$eR. 880 ft. N. of S_ W. Cor of -w-- '>
8W'4. run N. 440 ft.. E. no ft.. A. N'4 lot 17 u __________________________ 10 84 II 10 Southern Colon: .

,J 440 n.. W. 990 ft____________________ 11 2tI It 10 Silas. AI..xu____ I It Isatlon CO'ho 1 BeminolsLnd4L.
E34 of 8W14 of NID14 and NWs of BE'4 M.34 lot _ ___ __ ________ _____ 1 84 II 10 Morgan.. A. S.__ .__ UI +
of NE\ and Sys of SEVA of NE'4II lot 10 __ _u _U___h____u___________ 1 EE8 10 Southern Colon I HaiL L H..--- .11
II 1 and of BE'" and BW14 of SE", __ Isatlon Co.__ I .Jack.on. A.__ '
Nyj 12 !5 U 170 Hunt..r. H A __ 10.15 --
[ NW" ofNW"% ot MWA-------------- 14 25 U 10 Donegan A. 10.00__ 1.11 lot 10 __ ___ ________ ____ 1 84 I 10 Southern Colon- I Denying. H W._ '/6 9
r 1'ODI4'of NW14 of 8W 34 ___________ ___ isation Co._ __ 10 Ross.. J. R-_-- 1.14 ,
925 It 10 Whltthard 8. M. 1.11
' N34 of BW14 of NW'4 of RW14 and N34 Lot 32 n __uu_ __ 13 84 88 20 Unknown 10 White., N. R.____ 1.1' r'
of SE'4 of NW14 of 8W34--------- __ Lot M __ ____... __:r-----------____________ If 84 121 10 Unknown _uu__ "
If 2tI It 10 =
Harmon O. T 142 u .
B% of NL',4 less lands assessed to N..I. Lot 19 u _ u! ______ __________ ___ 17 3 33 20 Southern Colon .
Oller...... Smith and Don"lran ; laatlon Co -
son also less plets of Ollchrl.t and R. R. Lot 18 _._nh___________________ 18 3 83 :o Southern Colonisatfon h u. I Bem oc La c. .;
of _______ ______ __ Co.__ I ov. __ .LOI
right way -- - 16 211 29 40 MIII..r. J. W _ 21.4.
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Lot II ______________ ______ __ la -- } : I .Jo.no..kl. H. IL .7t
1 NW14 of SW14 of NE44 ______ ____ 25 291[ Nlmbell A. S _ l1I - __ 3 8 20 Hllgeford.J.P.
... 1A Lot 1A _ _____________ II Unknown .7t
8% of 8E14 of 8W74 of NE'4 nh 26 U 1\ Unknown _ _ 72 - - 1 I 20 Unknown ._ == --- "
1':54 10130 ___ ____ 10 Southern I Fay. H. $------ -.r.
\ \ Bflg. 8. E. Cor. of lot 4. S..C. 13-211-2R. ----n Z 3 Colpnlaatlon II Unknown ,1

-, 1.run along W.said 48 road yda to 71 P.Ch.ro.d.. N. 711 then deg..N.. N',4 lot 3L-_________________________ 21 14 n McReynolds I Co., CW 1. g I D000. ------ .i2

: .J', E.. 8.1 Cr.. S. II deg, 80 rhln.. E. 9 9Chs. I.ot 15 __ ___ ___________ ____ n 8 I 1 Knight.. H. 'V.u I IM.s. O.i----- 'TI f
t P. then W. said Late 29 and 30----------------------- 22 40 H. 1
f to road along
road 7-16 Chao to S. W. Cor. of SW'44 tv34 lot 1 Lu_._ ___________.______ 2 I n 10 M.dlan.. Colonv4 : .

of BWI4. S..c. 18.16.29 then S. 1.Cit. : l' Isatlon Co.___ .
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[ .. tn Beg--------------.. -- -__ 18 211 29 6 Ro/arl. A.- __ 2129i -0 ______ U 8 33 10 McCutcheon. C. W. 10 B.ec k er. W C.------
i Beg. N. W. Cor of NW14 of SEt4' run Lots 1 And 19------------------------ U 8 C Southern Col I'Ho Hoffer.tr:1>a W'1 .

: _ S. 94 yd.. E. 160 yda.. S. 176 yd.. E. 02' lsaton Co.__ __ p-- ,.
140 ,As? N. 8&0 yd... w. 800 yd.n_ 18 211 29 10 Unknown __ _ 1.811 I Lot ----------------.------.- 23 34 3S 10 ; V. 1 I Davld.on. '/9
y B34 'of SW % Of SE 14 _______ _______ ___ 18 211 29 20 F.arl: A. C ___ __ 117SE Lot.. 25 and 26-____ 28 84 821 4 Elden C._-- 1._ 14 Addle J:1.--_-,--- 1t' r
,_ % of 81044 ________uuun__ 18 211 29 40 Stephens F. M._ 2119I I .t 28 _uu___. _.'_____n______________ 2C 14 88 Southern ColonS Ludlow... O.-A.- ,
'(; NW44 of NW% ___ ______-____ _______ ___ 19 ttI n 40 Bo.arL A.n 2.5' IL Isatlon 'n.____ 1 : "
1t. E% of E% of NE14 of NE14 __ ________ 30 21i 29 10 Aegerstrom R F.:. .99 lot 1------------------------------ 26 3C A 38 10 Southern Colon I IUdIO. I 8'u '
6 of \ E34-- _ __ __ __ 30 2tI U 40 Unknown ___ Isatlon Co.____ 1 i 8
NW'4 426
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\" Par Gardens: A subdivision of parts u [Lots II Bud 8___ ______________________ CO Unknown 2 :
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)"!v oY S..c. I' and '1. Tp. 26 R. 2.. and Lot l'4 II lot 23--------------------------_ 2 I 10 W.ton. E=J=:
U of S."S. C .nd 6. .... I' __ 14 20 ; G +
IYf', 8W14 part.of 8E'4 and W 01 8E14'off SE'4 82 211 29 60 Tucker W. R.__ 1009 N'y of lot 24---------------__--------_ I, 14 88 10 AI..n. J. M._____ : 11 Unknown L__: .f1:
A f" SE" of SWl4 ____ ________ ___ __ 32 211 U 40 Tu..k..r & Daley 699a Lut 4 -- -_nun____________________ a 33 20 .. Colon : :7 R;
,. Lot. I. I. 14. U. Un___________________ 218 25 n 110 Nelson I. 11. ___ 8.48 laatlon I WqIf 0 --- 71'
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,, )" NW'4'l _ __ __ __nnh___________ 38 211 29. 15 Snvder A. M. _ 3.17 -. -- _--___________--________ 18 a I 20 Wi.. S. R._____ I Unknown.. ------ .f9'11
., \ Lot 11 nn _ __ nnuun_____ 83 26 2. 10 Wilder E. (' ___ 208 [Lot 23 -- -0 ____nn________ 86 84 33 20 SOlth..rn. ,Colon- 10 8um.. .L8.M.--.. 71 ;
__ ._ _ ___ ______ __ 218 26 29 'W..ede.
fLot: M' n 00 n 00. 20 Nelann I. H. 17' ..72
...J Lots I. 43 __ _ nUnnn________ 4 III 29 30 McFartln T H u_ 3.U 1.01 9 -u--nn---L---------- 1 35 U 10 I. :::. S. <1.m-4 1 :: I Fulen A& M
t!' M" Lot n __________________________. _____ II 26 I' 10 Nelson Really Co. 179 1,018 20 and 11.n___________________ : 811 I' 40 Unknown === 2 \Vrlcht:1. E 1
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Lot' 29 ____________ -
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r 834 of lot I find A\4 01 SE'4 of SWI4 Ii III II' U Wallace J. R___ llIliZ Thompson .. O.
t. Lot 1 and NE14 of NWI4u_______..__ II 26 U 811 .; A.___ 390E N. of lot__1 ____ ______--_______.--- I 85 33 10 1..r"ke.. 1.__ __ __ ,
,, \ of SW ---n--n-n----------- 81 '28 It An Copl..y. E. ;r _0. II 88 1 onnon----. 8 86 81 40 Southern C'olon. .i't 8 I Lodi y

: ji IIW'4.of NE ______________________ 2 J5 28 40 Smith' J. R.____ 209N Lot __ Isatlon Co._ 10 Invn no. I_IS \
:i, BE'34 --__ I J5 18 40 Welch C. H"--r 2.08 1 ----------------r--. 6 811 1 10 'Southern ColonE34 : 1 ;
'''' ttIVEW34g.at" E-C--- Rlbbini. -1
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8. ISO yds.. W. 440 yds.. N. 70 yds... 1900 --_ --_ G 3 II 10 Southern Colon- I Fulton. S 4. ...11 '.
R. 110 yd.. N. C90 yds.. W. 110 yds.. Lot laatlon Co.____ Unknown -. .1. "
,. t' B,N.'. 230 yds...E.,lt0 +yds.tTndlv. ...-.__ --..--- 1211. SS 49 Carter-Dean i ------1 ----:.----:. ________. 8 1 32' 20 Southern Colon- 10 5 .HopkIn. . C.y" ..1' '- '

R..alty.Co.--- 4." Lot .1 ._ .____ __ l.aU"n Co.r--. ,. : .' -
U Tnt. InISW" NEH ahd -- ---- --?------ : la It 10 W 9'-ft. ,
c 1.< *. NBH OIl sm"---1----------; Gt 6 25 St 10 .Mcaulre. R. HL>12 Lot' I --, -.--.-.-...-.. ...._...._.._......"... Rq I II 18 10 Hllendorf._..___C._ .. _;',t,0'.C.It.: {,,' \ '= .( .

f .... .'..'...H of' 1y34'i> tr.ry59. ..).. ".....:..._._:_.-._._.. 88 10 Chevonsl. T.___-_ ; .i. Semlnole. M, ...;t. .
8. end also lot less. y: It 18 13 10 '
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C bv W. L Moaelev and SH acres In ," .(I.\htr.il. <7 O\i'l. ,: , J:. ;..". ,.)...; Lot 6 .. 4'74:444._ ___---- 1 J II .8 10 ___._ r I ., .71 .
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8..V.-Cori to T. O. Hoffman and' 1acre ht .\ 1'" ' .' . "- .:----"---.--.--. 31..8 80 Southerm.ColonLot I Whlppl..I._. .1" y

t square In S. B.! Cor. to F. H. ''i'Tiner 20 ___--_--_. -_____ ______ 33 laatlon _ . I Unknown ______ .'1
and 140 In N. E. 20 Southern <
yds..qudre: 1 3 o' Unknown ... .7'
C' Gor. _____ ________ 12 15 28 SO Rolfe. O A- -- - 4 28tJiJer NY lot I..ton ___ 1. .t.o .

z.t: t id..5 ft.Ry.W.and of center of__track:. ..n-Fla. of Lot 8 _82----------------------------_ _nh___________________ 19 n III 311 8 10 Unknown- C. I. .. -
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r : i'iIlNtL 25 and S4 lot 26------------------ ; hu +
; NE%. run w- 1 7 ft.:. K. to \ 2 214 32 .30 Southern Colon- II. & R..c. '.T2
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right of way. then northwpiiterlyIons I.ot 32 __________.___ __ Isatlon Co.__ 10 Kpnt. B. R.-----99
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"4 1'f.1 ; said right of way to Beg----- 13 25 111 1 Wilson. Mrn. Ola 1 34 32 20 Southern Colon1t I Bowrne B.__ .11
V. __ __ _ 902 Isatlon 1 B
-- -- -- lot I Unknown ____ .11
#-Bern H' E; Car of lot deeded to Henry 24'1 85 8 10 .. I.F R. ::

.:,l :\i''VII..on., run northwesterly on rlffhtof .. 1.1 I ___ ___ _________ __ 35 2 EboUKh. ,1"N
I 5 -
\' v. way 108 ft.V.. 160 ft., S. 106 ft. 24 35 32 Southern Colon-

.;! 1 \ E. 180 ft------------------------ 13 24 28 H Fluellon. Mrs. Ida 1 89 Lot[ 24 _____ ______ Isatlon Co,1 1Glb.on.. D. .1.____ .1.
y : Bell'. 68 yda. AV of S. E. Cor. of lot 4. [.012. 0_ --_--_ ---- n 24 35 3 20 Unknown ___ II Norris, C. H._- .1' -
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Iv run northwesterly 220 vde.V. 447 211 35 20 Rou'b..rn ColonIZRllon B. B.____ .71 .
4 I \ yds. S 220 ydR" E: 492 yds_ ____ ____ 13 25 58 20 Howard H.II. 5 07, lot 17 ________ _ I I lro..n. ,
I N% of NEH of NEV4--------------- 24 26 28 20 Unknown __>. __ 12'\ :1" --(. hh.n. 25 35 32 10 n.rnRrd. P.__ _ .
1( lljl\ BH of 8WH of NEV---------------- 24 25 28 20 Granger IL 12li eler.Lot .
9. htoek 8 __ _ __ _._ ___ _
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N \ B..g. 111 % ft E. of N W 'or.. of NEH Lot "Iork 1U----------------------- T.ueaa. R oJ 10 F. S.___ 1.T' '
of !Eve run 8 462 ft. K 418 fl. N Lot 'I.. Mork-11-------------------- 9'.ndqulet' II Sto..I. H. 1.11 t
c_ 1-; 161 fl.. K. to ran ifline, thence N 70yds. HI..ndorf... A C. 6 Mannln.. E. ".._ 1.1' i

e ., then W to n..l\-n hu _Chs- 24 211.28 8 Ingram. L 11._ 13.4n Lot 3. block 4_l.t..rl..d.___ __ ___ ________________ Uln..an.:1.. 8.___ 1.11
,'. Be*. N. E Cor of lot 4. run W 116 Lot 9. block 4--------------- _ __ 1""Rrd F. n II Unknown ____ 1.1 +
'fll 8 7.54 Cha. then northeasterly along n Ol.hrl. A. 1.1.
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... to right.. Beg of_way.. _3'6941_ __ _Chu nnu N. 6' 21- _Crsreal 36 25 28 1 Unknown - 1.75Park. 1.01 Lot 10.block block 9___ ___________________ .Tohn..on. J 0 .R.__ I I Wa&lrman.D.______ 1.11

.' Belt. 10H Chs. \\'. of center of Sec., run I 10------------------------ Redwood ;r. I. __ .
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+d Iot block 211__ __ _____ __
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4. t'..,;'4\ E.N. 2H 20 Chs.V.Chs- __- _IH____Ohs___ _,__S_._ _20_ _Chs.___ _. 1 26 28- 6 Mayers. R F.--- 132L..NJC'4vx.pt Lot 1. block 260___ nnun______-___ Fllkk..mf. ;r.A. F M._ .. f .ofman:1. H._ 1.11 ; a
Lot block 36 __ ___._______________ Flkk..ma.
: KH of KH -of NWH. of 2. ___________ __ C 3L_ .
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and block 27 '
,1. NE,4 .--- _ __ ._ 2 28 28 ]16* Smith C I> u _ 7.45 l.ot.2 P. > __ 1.11 9
'1 BWH of Nhof< .. N1V44-and NWVi f f'mlnole ]nv. Cots Sub-div. of R\'RI" 00 I UnkQo.n u_ i
and of and NE'of
E',4 [
w NWH and NWH of 8W14 and NW'4 Rf'4 .
NE'4 of N\4 'io of Move of ?
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4 -vofHBH and 8W of 8K less right of : I
r = : : Seminole Land"Inv.
and of and
.' NW' 834 NW'4 NI ( of I
I J wtrV of A C. I* R. R. nod sectionJy Co-1-_ 1.0'
house lot of ...Id railway/ __ __ _ _ 2 26. 28 j80! '\ Rrll1l & Ed- end .Nr Beg.N. .
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8. 1.11
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ifi, h N. \\'. ____._ __ D 1.tl
: of EV. "f K\VU of NEf4--------- 2 26 28 10 flallli. I .99 .7 f. f. nn II 28 Morcland A4
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EH: Nf'n.--n-: 6 26 28 40 Burne. David --- 11.81 Lot. J8 _Uh ____ n-u_____ F 3< 3 b fieminebeLane R- 6 Unkow.:. LI2

.yd/ '"E% of NE'A---------__ nnnu___ 1 26,8 10 Llurns. DavId _n '902 Lot Inv. Co.------- I
a, },f;. Beg. N. W. Cor of SEH of 8RH. run R. Lots 8. 6063----------------------- Ii 21 31 Ii Watts. n. R.n__ : : : I Seminole Lafdi tf

.0 .Jb'- ,'I' 294 140 yd.yds.. _E.___2114.__ __).d.__.nn.. N _140____>ds.,= W."l'If'-- 26 28 8 Pop.. J A.__- __ 159 Lots 61 and BL___ .___________________ 6 5 21 I 3 16 10 Grimm Hayes.. H.;J. A P.___u_ __ 1 I Kim.Inv.. Co.3. _H.__________ 2.09.., I

ffii BHH'of 8VHkBl8io \' ____ __ _ ____ ___nnu____ 20 21 28 40' Flurns. David --. 2.1191 "Lots 13 and 128----------- II 31 10 .. 3f. E 1 P..nn..r.. .9.
< NW vy.4> ___- ____ __ _____nn______ 25 27 40 Turner. 8. W.___ 3.08 'S..mlnol. Land )..v. Co.a 8ub-dlv. of .al..mRn. c ----
y ; BEH of RW34 21 25 27 40 Unknown ___n_ x06'ei Eye'> of NE' and ; of NE' and : :g I := :U .:
:Iii SWi, of NE44--------------------------------u---h---- --u-- 26 26 27 40 Turner. S.V.' .__ 1.86 HE"-' of and S% of V of == : == ; : : ,:r

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+ ( M. CMMoriran's Sud- Lot 18 _____ __________--___________ 7 7// : I II ___

t l Lot.dlv.I A.: 0'.1; lot 1 ff__._ : _____ ___ __________ I 26 28 2 R'rlckland. A..1. I.U Lots 18 _and 77_ ____ ________ _ ______ 7 2 1 8 10Floyd Mach.. M T. C._.___ emlnol..L. I ,'
10 __ ______
r '. a l.t nnnnnnu 7 II .
", J..ol. 11. Blk. 42 Ku..y.ede.__ _._______ ._____.__ Ost... .1. A._____ ..761sias Lot 711 __ ____ _-__________h_ _On 7 f 1 I Woodbeck P.--; n._ I I I Dennis. I. C.-- ;:
Lot II, Hlk.' 41------____14o .1. .A..n__ .71 Lot 96 u_-_____ ___ ____ n_______ 7 2 8 II f..rt. I Farr..E. P.___ .
n-- _____ .
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''ta, .: W f lot S. Blk. 49---nu_______ Wlnt I. ;r.____ .766bLot 'Lot 104 7 II Renkl..o. .
19
< 7. Blk. 49__ __ ____ ____ ___________ Starnler. Mr. N. .76 Seminole Land 'Jnv. Co:.Suv-llv. of 2 I 'UolnoWD ----
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::iI' N of NW
: Osfaa J. .76 .1 except 14
Wlk.
rte., ,: 0 I.ol Lt I'. : : :L-- =--- ========:==:==:== .o .nA:==::: : 1011 and 118_____________________ 1 2 2 8 10 S..mlnol.Land I Wentwortb.C.W. ..
,,7.. 'Lot p kM-: ::.:::::::::: Unknown ------ .71 Inv. CO.h. I.
.r Let t k. 67------------------------- InL I. J.----- .76 Lot 14 ununu_______ ______ 1\ Unknown .
4 41p t k. 71------------------------- Oseas. .1. A.u .76 Lot 88 ______ _______ _______hn__ 1 t 1 II Rob..rt... J.000 W.__ .. I Bmln.I.LDd"
Lot 4. D k 10S___._ _ __________________ Miller G. --____ .71 Lot. 18 and uuu________________. 1 2 10. Flsosonn. C. C.h_ 1.6 LI..
,, } Lot 10 Blk. 103______________________ ,. Ho..lett. C. H.._ ..71M" 7.ol 7 __uu__________----- ----- 1 8 I Tilton. I. B.----- I Worthl.yD.L,_ .... ,
,;A 16 _ _. ____ 1 2 8 I Erdman. u. __
} + n Fl*.. "" '1,.. t.''!IJ Co.'. lIa"-.... ef .1IJAt Lat. 12 ___ __ _ __ _- I Schol..y. M. A. ...
1.- _--'_____--________________ U Allman. IIr.. 8__ I.U Smlnol.. Land" Inv. Cuv-dlv. of 2 8 1 Unknown ------ ...
. - ..ee..ee. SE'4 of NEI4____________ 1II .-- I 8mltb. 21L. A.-_
.It. 9. '4. 15. 18. 21 ______ -__i-_______ }J .*6.V. 10 Evana. R. L.u 18.41 Lot 4 unnn_________ ______ 11 8 ,.6 Seminole Land & D.tae.. A. V.___ 1.11I S,
, ; .Of fractional lot SO____.___________ 0 6 Unknown ______ 1.11 2 8 Inv. Co.------ .. I I St_. M. B.A._.___ ..

U' Head 41___..si___Park.fi ____.________.____ 3 1tnm. 11 Zone. J. W.___ _ I.n Lot Lot II-==:::=:::::::::::::::::=::::::: 36 16 U : Unknown Bufrough.. < A.: ::: I r..ve.A____ ..,

4 Fr.it A Track Lad ('..'. II..h Lot J _1. _______________________ ----- : 6 F.- __- i I Wlb.tm 1 _.. .. f
r Lot __hU____________________ I I l..lt..... ____ _n_ .
,' k+ ..iot'"i; 1A,31: li4IOCk D______ _____ 16 15 27 40 Unknown------- t./1 Lot 6. -_________.____________________ I' II I I Clark. A.__ .
4 .. W bllte Lot .8 ____n_________________________ 1. 21 I Woods.Mr.. M._ .
p, ::1If.flLe\ ';block II __ ... :----- Tumblln .1. F.._ ..60i Lot 10 --------____.._________________ 1. 21 8 I Unknown ______ I Corn.U. W. H.__ .81
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1 LOt.3 and I bloclj! IT-____ -------- Lanl..r.. .1. G.____ .74 Lot 110 -__ _______----------------- 1. .1 I I Unknown __ Bn4 F. R.__._ 1.14
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i L.t 1.*bltHk: 111 .sw___________________ Cox; Mr.. .1. M.__ ..60Lot Lot 11 -____________________________ I' I I W.__ .. 1 Sw.tt F. E _, .72 i
'f 4. block 1.________________________ Cox T. T.-------- .80 Lot -__ _______ ___________ 1. ll.l I Holman..1.. H.. .
x>uland.. block SII _____________ LaDI.r. J. G._.__ .7. 8eminole'. Land ..Inv. Co.'s 8ub-dlv. of E
,Lot ,, block --.--_____________'-_____ Cox. T. J._______ .e all .xoept SW li or NE34 and W34 ofSE34 1 Patera. H. ______ .r
block SI1 __ .. .Jon... W. H.__ .11 and SE34 of SW3i------------ 31 I Martin. J.H.___ .81
Lots 1. S. S. --- ----------
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Lou and S. block SS______-_________ M..r. M._______ .74 Lot 41 1__________________::::::::::.:: un 81 I T. W.__ : I .11
lot 1. block II- ----------....- Cannlnc. E. ---_ ..60Let Lot 4. ______________. ____________ .0 21 .1 I To..bl. G. W. I Unkn..n --. ..
11. block SSK _____-__________________ Incram, IIr. V._ .0 Lot 11.. ______._______._____________._ .0 26 11 I Wlila A. 8._.__ I Martn. C a__ .
I . .! saIV4. .. Lot. I' ad.17________________._____ II FI.b..r.. C. ___- 1.1 i 1. .11
t- ._ block S____________________ 1 ttatb! Z. T, Jr_ 1" Lot 1Iw___ _______.________________ J I' I 1 Unknown ____._ - --
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1 t. iesand IS. block' 10__.______ l' Brl talli II.e._ 1.1' Lot __-________ '1. 1..1 'Vnk.o"D _____ Unknown y.= '. .
t 130 block' *'.*..-.__** _..-_......__ salliLa ] .. -- .11 Log 4$ -x---x.x_ ____ II I Salr- -
t. """ 11.. ___.._ I Q.-_ ..116. S.minol. Land i In, Co.'s :.1 I B.ton .41. : J
t 3 block 14...___...... .well'M1V. -.- ,36 of... mad N34. '1.11
t 11;block .l9e--.,_..........__ I Besnetf F. K._ ... f. I. .. -.i. __.-_-s.., 11 I 8emLol.Landi, .: i.r Bp s Td +. '' .
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FACE ,,1Z} f" I .THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ;GAZETTE FRIDAY, JUNE''' 12, >Itl4D .

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.',C. .L. HYATT1 t _.- GLAD SOME HISTORIC OATHS. .111111111'111111111111111" _11111I

Physician and FAMILIARITYBREEDS : MANY ARE .' e I I I'. I f \ .' l: '
i Surgeon "- "Oaths are but ,words, -and words I ,

Pbonts "'"' are but wind. according to the .au., [ \ ,."'

Office, 197 KissimmeeBe OVER LIVER TONEFormer : thor of "Hu ''fi ....." And it seems to I I e l/1\ '1

*._248 Florida the.I the province of an oath, !In the mind I '

of the average man, to clear'the mental I BUY NOW \ 'il 4

TQK. J. W. SIMPSON Sufferer From ConstipationNow atmosphere, ,as a strong! wind .

;. 4 without blows away miasma Shakespeare I io'..
m proved :> Taking 10- t"
DENTIHT. INDIFFERENCE speaks of "a good, mouth-filling oath-," io ji,

Upstairs ID KaisOFFICE BlIl1dln Unpleasant Calomel.Many \ and there are occasions when a righteous r-t .",'1
lI.\ m. to 12 m. '
HOTJRS | 1:30: J to i 6:30p.: m. . Indignation seem. to excuse if Fifteen acres dose to corporation of Ki Telephone Ho. 76 Jun S. l.r I ';" ;many.e thousands of people not to call for, an emphatic expletive .t

Therefore Keep Your Person I who formerly suffered from constipation which acts as a safety valve to pent- ground. Five acres cleared and fenced, with deep well of pure soft ..' "

TRW.. W. CARSON ,, are delighted with the relief up anger or exasperation. Everybody '
F -brought- .them. hy_taking Dodson's has noticed, howa vigoroua "Damn!I" water. Fine place for good uburbanr home, with educational' and

DENTIS1 and Premises Clean Liver Tone Instead of disagreeable on the stage will, if occasion justifies .
and often dangerous calomel. ir, send a ripple of sympathetic laughter church privileges and good markets.- -Convenient--- for poultry farm ,

Office over Cole's Jewelry Store Calomel is a poison, a form of mercury through an audience call in
Office Hours: 8-12. 1-5 dangerous to many people and which "a fellow feeling makes us won and fine grove. Owned by,non-residents who will sell for less than
Office phone 368 AND YOUR UOME FREE OF MOSQUITOES : causing unpleasant after-effects for drous kind."

i Residence 28 IF YOU WOULD nearly everyone who tries it. Profanity and blasphemy are synonyms real value; .

Gas administered for extraction of teeth KEEP FREE OF Dodson's Liver Tone is recom- and involve violations of the < .:......
MALARIA. I mended as a perfectly safe and reliable first commandment, a practise, less

11. H. S. GEIGER i remedy to take the place of common in the present than in the | [
n rHYsiciAN AND fcmcuBONCitiiens I calomel. This is exactly what it is seventeenth and eighteenth.centuries, STOCK FARM
Bank Building Familiarity breed indifference! made for and has been made for ever when a man used many quaint and

Florida Even the constant presence of danger since the first bottle was put up and now obsolete oaths. A study of the
Kiislmmee,
loses its. terrors for us when wecan't / Sold. It is widely imitated. So be vocabulary of the profane Is Curious
c Phones: Office 297 or 64 careful to get the original. and indicative of many changes in the
14-lyr escape it or when we become purport of words and expression. Six hundred acres located about six miles from Kissimmee, quar"r
Residence 268. I Dodson's Liver Tone is sold and '
"
convinced that the process required I Thus "damn, as an expletive, has
guaranteed by J. Z. Roberson who
ter mile from school church being built the land aboyf'
to rid ourselves of it is more complicated will refund purchase price ((50c.) instantly been much altered from its original ; new now on ;

M. RIVERS. M. D. than the dancer itsel/. with a smile if in meaning. Its root is the Latin dam. ."
T you are
any
;' dissatisfied. nai"e' to condemn, which itself comes 450 acres fine prairie bottom land; very fine for cattle .growing
PHYSICIAN and SURGEONOffioe This has wide application Florida way i from "damnum" a loss or fine, and .
Osceola Pharmacy to a considerable nit of dice sea that Dodson's Liver Tone is a palatable the signification of eternal punish- Located on a lake surrounded by excellent groves. This tract hat .,
b: over are actually preventable orat| least vegetable-liquid. Its action is easy ment in the place the late Colonel In-
r, PHONES: l Residence' f>3 possible of restriction) far beyond their and natural, with no gripe no pain gergoll contended does not exist, is Unwarranted 100 acres or more fine citrus fruit land; four-room house; land
r Office! 148 prevalence. Malaria is one of these. and the after-effects are agreeable. by its meaning.

The disease i i is usually considered a Podson's Liver Tone does not interfere "Not worth a damn'primary is also a perver- fenced and cross-fenced. Just the place to make lots of easy money. ,
necessary accompaniment of new and with your regular duties habits sion
since the darn originally alluded
W.. L, WINN undeveloped countries, and the popu- I Il and diet and builds and strengthens to was an Indian coin worth about the Let us tell you about.! Special bargain if sold soon.
l tar fancy. even in these modern and instead of weakening or "knock-
you
fortieth part of a rupee; the expression ...
PHYSICIAN All kinds of excellent in Florida homes and invest-
enlightened times, accepts the fable ing; you all out" for days as calomel was thus a synonym for worthlessness bargains.......
Office 2nd Floor Willson! Building. that it romps from the mosti and miasmas and strong purgatives so often. do. A "damme-boy" was a sixT
RSMIDVNCB P.oa..d K....,....0:.. arising{ from wet places lIodson's may do for you what it has teenth and seventeenth century profanity ments. Two cottages for rent or sale on easy payment plan.

Orno ProNe.W 1"1..,...* The only basis for truth in such for all these other happy thousands of of the period. ""Darn" sometimes \.

imaginings is that such conditions favor I people.FLORIDA'S. called "a woman's oath," is a

p. ... ...... ..0.... w a. c.....roaVANS the breeding of the anopheles mos- vulgar corruption of damn.

to CRAWFORDAT1CRNESATLAW quito] by which the germs; are carried i iPOSSIBILITIES' William the Conqueror's oath wasmaj"nifieent.
1 AGNEW from the malaria-infected individualto I WONDERFUL lie swore "By the

other Individuals who up to that splendor of God L" Bayard, "le chev- NELSON REALTY CO.
i tune are free fronWhe infection. Evenin alier sans peur at sans reproche," "By
such surroundings the disease God's tooth Charles VIII. 1
Offlroo :1-' ''-' Cltltrm flank I1nl"'h'lI" ; I : "By
Florida would be impossible unless it were I a iod's; light:" "Ods fish" was the favorite
Kissimmee brought from other localities by perSons (Continued from page nine.) oath: of Charles II.; the (famous:

who were actually suffering;: i I Earl of Angus swore "By the might;
TT D. GEIG1;R. from it.This of God" when in deadly earnest, but REAR STATE BANK :n: KISSIMMEE'FLA.
backing as soon as we are a going
suggests tile idea that it ii is I 1.. onoern. The state needs the organization for ordinary use found by "St. Bride: ioio

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW possible that anv given section or territory I and just as the people of Cali- of Ilouglas" sufficiently emphatic _
be freed from this infection Detroit Free I
Press.
; 2i may fornia pay taxes to promote the material -
Office State Bank Building; and that it is possible has been I I interests of all the people, so I i I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I i I I I I I 11 l I I I I I l l I Ml I I'' I I I I I M I 111 I I

'- '--- ,. Klssimmee. Flonda proven over large areas in different will Florida submit to taxation for the .

parts of the world. Indeed the South- same purpose when it is demonstrated Malaria or Chills & Fever
f' 1 t F. PARKER. end Medical association though a that the state chamber merits state I
GEO. commission of able physicians, is now l I aid. In the meantime, there are \\Pretcriptioa No.CM bprepared'espedalhrlor

Attorney-al-Law. working out the details of a comprehensive enough liberal far-sighted, patriotic MALARIA or CHILLS.. FEVER. '

campaign; by which the southern l business men to sustain the organization Five or six: doaee will break ear cu... .adU
Collections and Conveyancing states to be from
are emancipated as a well-organized, aggressive taken then a* s toolo he Fever will sot EarlyFruit
Specialties. malaria. It Is indeed possible, but '1
and efficient body. Nlura. It acts on the liver better thai

112% Broadway. the most, element important in this, because campaign most will difficult :l The good that can be accomplished cdo aid lead( doe sot gripe Of..... 2k

be the co-operation of the people of the | by the state chamber justifies one of

a 'Y G F. KRIBBS victims themselves who are the actual i i these stamps on every letter passingout >OTU'I': 119' KI.KCTIOV.1ft : Good a aApply
sufferers. of the state and the more per- v Returns
LAW KISSHHJEE. FLA. compliance will the Inw tn'a'uchHiles
ATTORNEY AT who has this fectly this is accomplished during the
Every person diseases (' made nod pro\ltlt-d. It l. herftivannounced
the center of infection and of danger next six months, the better it will be and declared that an flecIttiif -
& Examination of Titles a Specialy. to those about him, within large for business in Florida next year, and will be held at llaimlnKiT; Florida
+ + Notifieation and payment ot taxes of a ; the next and the next ad Infinitum. 'n Vnd for auh-" hool district No 4. on r
fruit
demand for
the
s carefni radius The germs of malaria in thblood e the 61h day of July. A. I). 1814. for the a* IDEAL braid EARLY _d supply early
non-residents given of the patient are absorbed by The Florida stamps are placed on pum>ass of determining who shall serve f .
, the in its bite and sale by secretary-treasurer at one aa chool trustees of said district for.
mosquito passing
through certain stages of, developmentIn cent each for the sole purpose of rais- to lwf fix veurs the number next after of the mill election of district and IDEAL FERTILIZERS produce fruit witfc thin peel, little rae, deKjatftJver 1

G. P. GarretrOHNSTON the mosquito, these germs are ing preliminary organization funds. school tax to be levied and collected aid good tUppiaf qnafiiie, j
GABRBTTJ transmitted to new victims by thsame e There are one million to be sold in annually for the Bald two years.ITIie .
/ books\ of 100 250 and 500, and as soon following were appointed to act i
J and the ,
is"reeated
< .\ ... Law mosquito, process atjsald, election
at
> indefinitely and with increas- as one-half the consignment is sold "ectora-J.: H. Walker Sr. Ales Seal fw MT Free Gtru Beek, mtidcd "Effect ef SuBs er FertiluiM.n ,",
Offices 10, 11 12 ng vigor from the beginning of the the organisation work will begin witha MII>an. C. %v. Milliard. Clerk-Eddie Un- ,

OUcens Bank Bid*., warm season to its close. vengeance.' Orders and assistance ddrhlll.Done by order of the Board of PublicInstruction. It Siva *Uoiptiou of foimalai t. be sued and 'MfTtioBS f*
Ki* hnine.; Florida. During'' the winter and when the in selling them will be greatly appre- Oiceola. county, this RUt .
1 temperatures generally fall below 60, ciated. AddressJAMES.O' dly ot June, 1114. W. C. BARS apg. .

:: C..*_.#.' ttriOtuswa.row degrees Fahrenheit, the anopheles STEVENSON, test Chairman
7rp ; Cae....,.. W. prmi .11Cru nosqulto cannot carry the infection, Secretary-Treasurer W. J: SEARS Superintendent
.... c- \ t but the germ. of the disease are per- Florida State Chamber of Commerce,. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. ;
MASSEY & WARLQWtATTORN.rs petuated in a more or less "dormant St. Augustine, Florida. NOTICE: OP* ELECTION.
condition in the blood of the human "'
-' I / In compliance with the law In such
( AND COUNSELLO8 lost, or patient. BURNING BIBLES IN LUZON. .a...a made and provided. It !I. hereby Jacksonville, Florida
AT LAW There is thus a cycle of developmentby Announced and declared that an el.Ion ....-
.......- In mil the (Court of th. seats and otaittd which the mosquito infects man remarkable will be held at Whlttler Florida Local Agents: Waters &: Carson Grocery Co. ,
h occurred for aub-0chool .
tM U states! also ...,.,. the Florida HallMa4CasnnlsskM I A bonfire recently n and district No. s on
and infects the and if
and the Intmtats c- man mosquito in northern Luzon in the Phil- he 6th day of July A. D. 114. for tl>eurpo..e
:: at any stage this circle of growth is Islands. Two thousand.five hun- 'I :, of determining: who shall .\,rvClI'
ippine .n school truiteii of said district for
broken the of the disease is
P.taia, wolf BLIXt. ORLANDO. FLA. spread burned in
dred Bibles were publicly wo year next ofter the election ando
Y 91 )rUM stopped in this particular direction. the plaza of Vigan, the largest and I fix the number of mill of dlatrlct k
-- - -' --'-
Theoretically there ar* two ways of : ichool tax to be ll vied and collected an- .
of that section.
most important city lually for the said two .
yearaThe
NDRE\\ JOHNSON breaking; in upon this cycle: First by i:
A These Bibles had been distributed by following;: were appointed to Act
the destruction of the mosquito the Mr. McLaughlin in connection with it said election:
ATTORNEY, : AND COUNSELLOR AT L w sole agent of carrying the disease or Inspector*-J. William.. W. R.
1 its from human host to the cinematograph exhibitof Script- .Jllodwln. Janwn (OUerry Clerk-John Good fences.. and lots them---will
)": Will Practice in all Courts germs, ope ural films. The Catholic authorities H. Flaliiden -
State and Federal another. While it is possible to pre- in turn a cinematograph exhibit Done by order of the Board of PublicInalru..llon. i
r vent the breeding of the mosquito lo- gave Osceola county, this 8th
Office adjoining Broadway exacting an admission fee one of
as
day of June, 1914
CitlBens Bank Kinsimme cally, destroying the breeding placesby the thousands of Bibles that had been ,, W. C. BASS. grow: money for you. !
filling up or draining wet spots or distributed by Mr. McLaughlin. Some Attist Chairman,
bv the of kerosene the surfaces W J. KKARB. Superintendent
use on I
this and then
2,000 fee, I
gave; unique a
of it Is' vident I
waters
stagnant yet
i that the destruction of the entire mos- the plaza Bibles by the were Catholic publicly authorities.burned on The the I. NOTICE -OF KLKCTION. I Fence off your farm into a suf fi"f. .

I H. JENKINS quito crop by any known means. is a result, however, was that on the day In compliance with the law In such
F practical impossibility. cases made! and provided. It Is hereby
after the bonfire 3,000 Bibles were
announced and declared that an election
SU1 rEYOR r The second measure of prevention disposed of by the representatives of will be held at Center I Park. Flor cient number of fields to get the
is by the protection of the human being the American Bible society. This ida. In and d for sub-school district No 5. I
the 6th of July. A. U 1914. for
on day
; from the bite of the mosquito.wheth..r unique advertisement of the Bible will .
Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, F1a.h' the purpose of determining who shall
it be infected or not. The doubtless make for the furtherance bf Serve aa school trustees of said district rotation and the most.
nnophelen is dormant or idle during the gospel in the Philippines, as ,wide for two yeara nextafter the -< l4 and to fix the number of mills of district
daylight hours. It gets; busy in the attention has been attracted to the school tax to be levied and collected I
early evening and holds high carnival event-Sunday School Times. annually for the said two vears and }
throughout the night. It is daring The following; were appointed to act advantageous pasturing, your 1
these hours that Floridians in at said electionInspector : '
[ J. HICKS
DR. u particular IF YOU SHOULD? I *-J. A. Barclay Homer "/
1t 1 Physician should be watchful against this Partln. J. M. Sharpe. Clerk-Will Simmons -
cash returns each bound
and pest. season are
1. Surgeon If you should go to your grocer and Done by order of Board of Public
It used to be considered that the
Instruction. Osceola buy of coffee and then as
a pound you
Office Phones bite of the I of June. 114.
day
mosquito
was nothing more
:'S S c State Bank Bid. Office 41-Rea. 40 than annoying. Medical science haa enough paid him ask that to sweeten he hand the over coffee-to you Att at. W. C Chairman BASS. to increase. At the same time fencesare

i\,< shown that it is that is sugar I .
dangerous .
.. do you think he would do it? W. J BEARS. Superintendent.

I. . ... .. . . ...O..O..tO. the attack of certain of the many va- .If you should go into a clothing add i?
rieties of these insects, not of all, although store and purchase a suitfor yourself. ,NOTICE) TO-CREDITORS. an asset, as they greatly to .
it time be discoveredthat
may some and then suggest that the dealer hand !. Crart .f the C...tr .....;., State .fIn
Dann & Dann each variety baa a menace all its over a shirt a collar and a tie to Fl.."..
you
own. And so it it best and safest to wear with it-do you think he woulddo re Estate. of Martha Nellie Cole 1'eceased the value of any farm. t. ;
take no chances with any of them. Osceola County'To
I it? all Creditors, Legatees, Distributees '
r
i Grocery Company101 No mosquito can penetrate a sub- If you should engage a carpenter to and all Persons having; Claims or Demands '
stantial wire '
screen properly put up. against said Estate:
build house ana when were
Broadway Therefore, surround your porches with you a you You and each of you. are hereby notified We sell good fence---American m
turning him over the price you should and required to present any
See that
F screens. they are put and ask him to slip around to the back of claims and demands which you or either -
kept in place and in' good order. of you may have against the estateof
the residence and build
: 'Operates the Cleanest Store Screen the doors and windows of your you a garage Martha Nellie Cole deceased, late Field Fence---made heavy and
t home of without any more cost -do you think of Osceola county. Florida, to the undersigned strongto
mad Sella the Freshest Groceries your living rooms, dining he would do' It? I executor of said estate, within -
rooms, kitchens and bathrooms. will two years from the date hereof.
there those who
Screen the windows of the bedroomsand And yet are Dated May 11. A. D. 1114
xf AnyHouse in Kis imm e.v last. The
I advertisement in prices
buy an a
over the beds have nets and tuck newspaperand J. WADE. TUCKER are very reason- .; .
.
Executor.
: to' them in before retire. pay for it--and then ask that "a l-4t :
carefully
... .... . .... .. .. ..... .. The screen is you of notice" be given the matter free ..
, 'r'. ai necessary a part of charge! Or they will consider that NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR .NAL able. We invite to call and 'Y
the Florida home as its roof. This that DISCHARUE. you see ,: i
because they are advertising
rJ. statement and think about may! be it questioned before but stop there should be no charge made for !. C..rt .f t.. C*;;;tr J..*.. State .fFlerlda. f.
: OP1 Thompson i you deny it. the subscription for the V. G. .
A roofless house, would be no more a See the .Jn re Estate of Charles Edward. Frank us./ f
; menace to health during the larger point k lln. Osceola County. .1 '

5 ,. .... ..wr part of the year In Florida than a Notice la hereby given to all whomIt "I'
;
} WARMLY: RECEIVED. may Concern that on the td day of
y )0. house
1 without
"t. : :y screens November A. D. 114. we shall apply to I
;J These facts retarding malaria are the Honorable T. )f. Murphy, judfe of
.. FUNERAL,DIRECTOR not fresh revelation. to intelligent "John," said Mrs.: Witherby "that said court as judge of probate, for art
.. Smith who lives next door madean 1 discharge" aa executors of the *.- Osceola Hardware Co.
man
1- .. .aDd Floridians or to those who have long of Charles; Edward Franklin, deceased -
. "U ...--n'' : resided here but even Floridians be- awful mistake last night. He gotj ; and that at the aasne time w.
'J. 0/ ; UIIALMERt coro* caroUas-and Indlff.rentand need Into our house instead of.his own will present our anal account a* .x-
r r ,'. . \ reminders of the dangers.that threat I: honght it filet"'ICwatr-TouYes ,**-- e approvaL utora_of..aald.eatatsy...and. -ask for- their

en them. And malaria is one of these ; dear," replied Mr. *andj Dated May 1st! AD.. 114. ..
,,, .erp H I dangers but on.:that may be removed -1 met him. on U the street thla H. M.. BREAKER. The Favorite Store 01) Klssimmee

t; Store 1Rd Qsapaf? Ave. land, aTOlded., .. big and he said be never**was e o .'BIXA..,.M., -" .Jl'RANICLJ'N.1II1Iecuto.? : ...,..
1 lnhia life. ..
for.any man -
. i r9 IrLORID Subscribe to ;n.'V.lleT.Gu tt./"' :. ion; : : d' GB<>,tPARKlIIR., Attorney.. '" .

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system-clan the brain-atreagt.heDa dlcostlosi and nerves .

A spedfid for Bleed ....... and sldn diseases. '
Prizes for Essays positive And Begin Work.on Their Baby .; ... '
Steps
Drives tao
out Rhsiisnstlsss and PsJn; ends Malaria; , Carriages. ,. '
is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.P. I : i

on Southern. Literatur r' . V, LJPEMAN .CO. At..ai.. SAVANNAH, GA' Political, .Fences A splendid Line Handsome Baby. Carriage;an JCo-Carta.: f,
Let us tbow them to you. ,

RULES AND REGULATIONS-GOVV SESSION WILL CLOSE BEFORE .- '. ... .' !f

!' ERNING CONTEST-ESSAYS \\ AUGUST AT WHICH TIME ALL Bicycles. .
IMPORTANT BILLS 'WILL'HAVE '

-_,' MUST BE SUBMITTED J pany, who will have the privilege of TYPHOID DISAPPEARSIN BEEN VOTED Iver Johnson Bicycles with coatter brake .a-bargain.. .1 f'
BY SEPTEMBER 15.
publishing them, if they so desire in : ,
j an addition volume to "The Library of UPON. t ,
To All Who May Be Interested: Southern Literature." This is a condition S.: ARMY '"
THEJJ.
Washington D. C., June 11.-House- .
The committee wishing of the competition: Kissimmee Furniture .
undersigned members are looking forward' to qui,-
.
8.
' Essays submitted for the major
this contest be made
to as widely in few weeks
prize must be in the hands of the During 1913 typhoid fever has prac-- tine Washington a to
f that each 310
known as possible asks look Broadway E. O. Garland
after their political interests. Mgr.
' 1i. chairman of this committee by Sep- tically been eliminated from the Unit- ;
state president D. C., and each What This does not mean that congress is at
ed States this means
tember
15 1914. army.
rP -', hapter president in states where no likely for there is
,? 9. be appreciated only by those who .to adjourn: nothing
Essays must be the unaided workof ran
_',.ion is organized, will consider the know the varied conditions under yet in sight to disclose that the session . .
submitting them, -
persons except --
\
herself a special committee of to
one, will end before August. But the
which these live. About ninety
that this does not debar them men
five'' it all possible publicity through thousand soldiers are scattered over house has finished most of the work >MMIIIilllH IMIIIIIIIII
from the reading and study\of
her chapter presidents and the press.Through any which it regards as imperative. It is
books: of reference. Quotations must the Philippine Islands Oahu in the .
the generous interest of be clearly indicated by the proper Hawaiian group northern China, Pan nrlyhroueh the trust bills and Refereace: Swedciber Natieial Bask, Swc cilere, N. J. : .
:: little remains to be 'done with respect
cornpony marks. ama Alaska and the United Wes .
About twelve thousand hive to appropriations. Consequently it
10. State shall
prizes are offered: president appoint been living under canvas in in will not be long before the house leaders .
; Among all states where the U. D. Care committees in their respective states camps Five 'find themselves wrestling with the WILLIAM RODE y
Texas since February 1913. :
to whom all essays sent in from that r
100 in in
organized $ gold competi
of
problem keeping
a .
Filipinos quorum.
state shall be submitted for judging, thousand are native living.

, ,r tion.To each state in group A, including and prize the in one the receiving state shall first be place sent or in the states of Virginia West
I j Maryland, the American Medical Association it will doubtless continue to go
triplicate to the chairman
Virginia North Carolina, South Caro- competition in the contest undersignedfor for ma- Major Russell of the army medical through some of the POULTRY FRUITS AND : l
accomplish
lina, Georgia Florida, Alabama; Mis account of the disappearance lation but it is likely to PRQDUCE
gives an
jor of $100 in gold. corps -
t' Louisiana Texas Arkansas prize M'
sissippi of in the Only little. Even if it passes one Or more
Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee and 11. The shall chairman not open of the the state sealed committee envelope one case of typhoid typhoid fever army.in an inoculated bills of importance, it will be for political 206 Dock St. Philadelphia, Pa. : "
Oklahoma: effect, knowing the senate has
For the best submitted under of the prize essay, but shall soldier occurred during 1913 the .
essay its hands full with trust questionand '
r the rules subjoined, the Library of send it with the essay ty the chairman out the of 90,000 batallion men.at The Tientsin case occurredin China. can do little else this session. 11 niiii iiitii 11 mi tin IM MIII in i ii mi n 11 MM

.
I; Southern Literature, sixteen volumes undersigned.States Two cases In this country occurred in House members, as well as senators,
make additional
buckram binding valued at $52.50 tot : may regula- are of having been kept in almost -
weary
recruits of four and five days'
i t service -
tions if they wish for the contests
be to the writer of best
given essay. continuous session for fourteen
within their respective.states, but es- respectively: who had not been inoculated II.
'JI Subject: "The Place of the South I taken months. Few of them have had such
at the time they were
entering' the contest must con-
says
in American: Literature. I opportunity to give attention to their
(a)) Place in South form to all the above regulations.This sick.The local political conditi ns. In the pres- THE H. G. SIEVE
.J ern Literature." committee recommends to the United"States census for 1900 ent chaotic political situation members
b "Southern A several states of group B, that the gives the average .'
f ( ) Oratory; Survey thousand from close districts are uncertain and '
_ and Appraisal." U. D. C. organization: of the respec- at 16.6 per hundred. inhabit- apprehensive over whether they can REALTY
. - COMPANY .
(c) "Idealism in Southern Litera- tive states shall offer a state prize ants. Rosenau states that in this secure reelection.The .
.
for the best and further recom- "there few '
ture." essay country are comparattvely house members would like an
(d) "Southern Literature as an In- mends that July 16, 1914; be set for communities of 1,000 inhabitants or arrangement whereby the house could NOT IN THE TRUST

terpretation of Southern History." _l toe date of receiving essays by the more which, during any period of gain the consent of the senate for an 10,000 acre Stock Fans, a barga! -if takea at race, .

The blank is to be supplied by the 'ti.ite committees.In twelve consecutive months within the adjournment for thirty days or so $5.00 .
states where no division exists, lost decade have been entirely free peI'.cre. ---------------I-
,
name of the state from which the essay while the senate kept on grinding.Such .
Prairie L..d Orange Groves (HIP Hajuock Lands Ha-bar a...... '
is submitted. the presidents of the several chapters from typhoid fever. In 1908 the death- proposals invariably fail to ,
therein are asked to confer, and jointly toll -from typhoid fever was no leas that t '
To group B, including the states of eventuate. Senators feel if they ,
Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, appoint the committee to select the than 35,000 in the United States. In have to remain in Washington and Laid at AD Prices and .. Easy Ten ,. d

Indiana,-Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska best essay, for sending in for com- other words; one person in 200 con- swelter, the house ought to remain 2,000 acres Steck Rack, will eickaBf katf value Y

New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Ore- petition in major prize contest. tracted typhoid fever that year." too. The solution which is usually fer ether real estate -.I.
Announcement of award of prizes This would mean at the 1908 rate, 460
gon, Pennsylvania Utah, Washington, found is that the house takes a seriesof
. Massachusetts, and District of Columbia will be made during general conven- cases in the army at its present three-day adjournments, and the
.. Groves all sizes and
,'. X no state prize is offered, unless tion of United Daughters of Confederacy strength. point of whether a .quorum is presentis Orange prices < nl
the U. D. C. organization in the state November> 11-14, 1914, Savannah The disappearance of the disease is seldom raised.

wishes to do so: Ga. due to inoculation of all recruits as louse members are completely up. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I :

Subject: "The Place of the Southin Please read the circular carefully they enter the service. The general in the air over the political outlook- II .
American Literature." and nave yourselves, the state com- sanitary condition of the posts for the Democratic fear has been growing for

Sub-heads: The same as for group mittees and this committee any unnec- past few years is, maintained at the some weeks lest they lose the house. I

f r ...c A, except that for (a) is substituted: essary correspondence. same level, but it must be recalled Republicans are able to figure up on -
) Southern Writers Resident in Address all communications for this that soldiers on entering the army by paper how they will carry the house
: 'J" committee to the chairman no means lose touch with civil life. in November. The progressive talk of

i Supplying in the blank the name of SISTER ESTHER CARLOTTA, S. R.. They participate in all features of civilian making gains. Primary returns from I" O4l.I eON .::&" ::EB

l'. the state from which the essay is submitted Chairman, Resthaven, St. life, just as any other travelers states like Iowa and South. Dakota INS oE: -. .
but writers from any south- Augustine, Fla. or visitors, and so are exposed to the where the votes were exceptionally .'
ern state, resident in one to which the DUNBAR ROWLAND same chances of infection that civil- light, are indicative of apathy. This I the .
Successor to Dozier Leitner
essay belongs may be included, as the Director Mississippi State ians incur. The fact that a population indifference makes the average candi- .: Agency. ,.
writer of .essay may wish Department Archives and of ninety thousand at a most susceptible date for another term in congress .
.. State Bank Building
Essays from the two groups of History. age has practically no typhoid can want to go home to poke up his constituents .
states compete equally for the major WILLIAM E, DODD. be accounted for only by the immunity with the''object of' getting

1 prize of. |100 in gold. Professor Southern History conferred by the prophylactic? inocula.I them to work for him and to help rout

ReplaUona.- University of Chicago. tion. TH8 extension of this measureto out the voters when it comes time to . .
Committee on U. certain phases 'of civil life go to the polls.
1. The contest is .open to all white Prise Essay Contest on itely indicated for adolescents who C. A. CARSON, President. N. C BRIAN Secretary.

persona twenty-one years old and over Southern Literature. have not had the fever, in the pres- '
MILL OWNERS
in the states specified. )
a e 2. Writers must consider the sub- ence of an epidemic, or for those leav- Waters'

ject subheads from the iewpoint consideration indicated by TO COMPENSATE in ing the their country.homes for Is there travel no or value for life in WILL BENEFIT The & carson.uGrocery

the giving to
,..
,
this to railroads and other
historians, novelists, poets, humorists FEDERAL EMPLOYES procedure <%
etc. industrial concerns that employ ar- CHILD LABOR LA .
FROM THE
mies of skilled labor well to the :
as as
3. Essays must be not less than five IS STATEMENT OF A. J. Company ,
The Kern-McCillicuddy bill t6 pro-, individual on farms and railroads .
M'KELWAY.Dr. 7 7t
thousand than six thousand
nor more
vide compensation employee of the whose family is dependent on his man- .
words in length and must be type- United States suffering accidents. ual labor for livelihood T The way has --;

written on letter size paper. Three occupational diseases in the course of been shown for reducing greatly the A. J. McKelway, southern sec- .
.: copies of each essay must be'submit their employment was favorably re- three hundred thousand cases per annum retary of the National Child! Labor .

4. ted, to facilitate the judging in the ported by the house judiciary committee in this country by a procedure committee, has just filed with the t Wholesale and Retail Dealers IB $
: limited time. This is not a hardship house committee on labor a written
less inconvenience than
on April 21. The bill is being causing vac-. I
1: as all three can be made at one writ- urged by the American Association cination. : reply to the statements of the three
GROCERIES
ing. for Labor Legislation and is endorsedby I South Carolina mill owners who spokeat

th 4. Essays must not be rolled forded numerous medical, labor and.civic HER WEDDING IS SUDDEN Washington recently against the
.
''ft' or tied, but sent flat with cardboard bodies. The federal government now STAKE Palmer-Own federal child labor bill. ,
protectors, and the leaves must be fas- employs more than one-third of a mil- BUT A FORTUNE IS Dr. A. J. McKelway: quotes their own d

,......:- tened' together with clips which will lion men and women, many of themin words to show that they would benefit 0000 .0 00 . . . ....0... ... .......
:;." not become detached. The number of hazardous undertakings such as Miss Josephine Brajyder of Racine, from such legislation. OWE .

I :. '. .... words in essay must be given on up river and harbor work, navy yards Wis., has just been married and there He reminds the committee that one SELL: 0 WE EUY: 1Ti
per left hand corner of front page. and arsenals the reclamation and for- by earned an inheritance of $50,000. mill president said at the hearing "If HAY 0 4 .

6. Each essay must be signed by a estry services, and in the Canal Zone. Stephen Casnandra was the lucky I were today to consult my own imme- HIDES, ..

* pen name only and must be without Official reports show that of man, and County Judge Walter mar- diate selfish! interests as to employ- GRAIN. 0 .. ......
many - ---- ----- -- -
t, anything to indicate identity of writer I these employes are not properly protected ried the couple. ment, L would fee glad-indeedt&- TTURS

I l-a--- - ,-OT state; but-must be accompanied against accidents and occupa- Miss Brajyder, who Is twenty years have a child in'my employment uhder FERTILIZERS '. r'

, by a sealed envelope containing! the tional disease, and that the injuredare old received a cablegram from Berlin, fourteen years of age; it is not cheap WOOL, *. v ,
pen name and true name of writer compensated inadequately or not where an uncle died recently announcing labor," and Dr. McKelway comments 0 SHINGLES *.
i ji and having pen name typewritten on; at all. One case of acute leadpoisoning his death and the word that she that if this statement is me tynt to 0 f k

S outside of causing a loss of thirty-seven days must file a marriage certificate at stand, the congress of the United 0 ORANGE BOXES. 0 AND *.
''k; 6. Essays must judged and prizes by a navy yard employe was refused Berlin by June 1 in order to receive States will really be doing the cotton tfi

.'. :. awarded according to accuracy of sub- compensation under the existing law the money which had beep willed to manufacturers of South Carolina tf 0 ORANGE WRAPS. ALL *.
ject matter, and literary merit. because the inhalation of lead dust in her on that condition. service by forbidding the employmentof *

1 7. The'prize essays of all states will his case was "a necessary incident" Though she had known Mr. Casnan-I dear labor. VEGETABLE!: : CRATES COUNTRY 1
be sent by the chairman of this committee I of his occupation and therefore there dra less than a year she did not hesitate The same mill president, replying to .

to the Martin &; Hoyt com- was "nothing accidental in the injury Oo tell him her secret. He then a question from the committee had CRATE NAILS, PRODUCE. -
/ : proposed, and was accepted. A hurried congratulated California upon its high r ?
j : resulting therefrom. A girl employed .
== -
I Il to fold heavy paper in the govern- trip was made to the office of the age limit and said "I also believe condi-that . .. . . . . .. . ... .*.... .........
office judge after a marriage license had in, South Carolina as soon as .
ment contracted from
printing been and flons justify such public sentiment, .
procured a special dispensation -
continuous strain her and
on fingers was granted Then a copy of the the people there will make provisionalso We sen field and garden seeds of. all kinds. ,
} ParlorMarket wrist a cystic have growth which she was marriage ficate was made out and for the education of the childrenand We give special attention to nttlar. oat hnntbig. and casmptoff. parties.

l/ but obliged compensation to surgically refused removed her sent on its way to Berlin, where it for the support of the children." Free delivery fa city limits. Plea No. 12.We . \t
was
the ground that her on was expected to arrive if the mails Again Dr. McKelway comments: "If are eotwty agents for guod fertlllzera. Ask oa fn drcmlare and : x
incapacity was and steamers are on time a day or Mr. Parker and his fellow manufac- price on fertiflzerm.LAKESIDE :
"not due to injury but to "excessive
two before the expiration of the time turers will cease their opposition to
use, Many similar cases, including limit set by the uncle's will. After a child labor legislation by the state of
compressed air illness, could be cited. there will be little left '
short time in this city the South Carolina
young
In the matter of accidents, "frac in the of securing I ItlMIMIIMIMIIIIIIIII r
couple will start on their honeymoontrip to overcome way .
"
HENRY. T. BASS, Prop. tures of an arm or leg, reports the to Berlin to claim the inherit- other conditions for child welfare and
bureau of labor, "have led to payments ance.-New York World. if they had not been resisting such NURSERY j al'1
y
Florida and in amounts less than $25, the legislation for the past decade and fresh Milk'DeJj 1

floes I, of an eye in amounts varying be- ---- more, South Carolina would not now At/Jre.
tween $25 and $50, and in the case of --- -
the
be affected in any way by passage
f& 1-
WesternMeat
,the loss of a right arm the injured Palmer bilL
r bf the Door
ered at YOUR
workman was entitled to a paymentof WarningliStookholder. Dr. McKelway review all the familiar R. D. FULLER .

less than $60." arguments in favor of the bill .. EVERYDAY .+

The Kern-McGillicuddy bill was and gives the census figures for various WINTER HAVEN FLA. ;

-of- drawn by workmen's compensation ex- states to show how large a majority lOc a Quart ,
u -
perts after careful study. Its. enactment of tb. Florida Fire A of the population have embodiedin Grapefruit Tangerine, Tar-

all K1NDS. .-t" all TIMES States would establish scientific for United Casualty) against Insurance selling Company their stocn' are to wurnn any- state laws the standards proposedin cliff Orange and Lue Gins : Phone 225-W
employee standardsof
parties who may make efforts by false this biir.No. .
n,{ Gong Orange
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and Eggs, and European countries. and stockholders are requested to communicate Wrilf for Pritn .. .
Fresh Hone'Cured Meats . any such facts to the com- Six-Sixty-Six HIIIIIIIMIMIMIMIMB
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Pure Home Made. GREAT APPLAUSE! are also requested to Y
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.. Lola 88 and $...__ __ ._. ______ 1. 17 10 .
---- -- 10 _., .8' Lot blolk 57i...._._-..; .__-_..._ Honl..r. Ida.. 1.11 r
Lot''I I.t II u____..__ -.---------------- -I. '5'20 5 Tuoker. D. .. .71 Lot IS: Bti.. ................... ... .'
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__________.______-.-.--..-.-_.. It ., II ICem W. ? .11, Lot 84 ___ 14 80 II Unknown \ 'gu
Lot I' : _____. __________.._.._ __ It II 80 'MoAIII..r.. C_ .HI ----.v.-----------------, 17 .. ,71 Lot 17 block ka.......... ..ZsLit
: Lot .8 _ _.____....__ ___ I. 80 5 Klntan. L; 9. .71 8/.1..r---- Sin ron
Lot 1. 1, S. 4 6. 10, block
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14011 I' .$ .._ __ --_ 8U M.. C. .. < '
48. _.-__ _?_.__. 141 10 Thompson LOIt .41 _____..Y .._ .
rAt 411 II 11.0 ____ .111, Lt .11' "-----. ------- 24 27 f0 S H 72 Inv Co._.___ 8.14
-- ---.------------ ---- -- --- S _______ __..____ P -. ; .
nD.I HGPkei ._ Lot S, block 60______ ___.._. ___...
.._ 7. .________.....__"________.___--___ 141.0 Morrl.. .____ .81 Remlnole Land&.Inv. Co. .. of I ? McDermott M. M. 1.11
IAt R1 _______. __________-___________ It. 141 10 I t'nknown __ .81 all except lease Iub-dly.. Lot 10, block 1.-:: _.__: ._.-. Warebavirh.W. K. 1.11 ..
Lot .1 __-_________.-:...-_____.___________ 21 2. 10 6 Unknown __. .116 Lumber tlanber Co____ 15 11 50T.ot Lot 11, block 11... ..... :...-.=:... Bunker. B. P.... 1.70
I.. ------- --- Lota 17 18, It 11. block 61_________ ..
lot III d---___ 21 26 10 I Turn..r. I;:. P.____ ,56Bemlnole Ray. R. H,_"_. ....
LAnd & Inv Co.Subdiv.. ot Lot 18, block 88.________..___........ Unknown ..._._.. 1.11
3 ----- -?--------.:---..-- I: 17 80 I .Ward A. 3._____ ..714ells Lots and 11. block all ________._____ ____ __.______ II 141'0 tr lo-- I ,2 HlrhwaMen.. W. *."
n 7 and _.__._______ __ .7 30 Kllnbat1.
" t.at I. _____ _____.______:._________ II I. 80 1\ Patt..r.OIl n.___ .R6 III L M. ... Lot block 61----____._________.____ ITnknown .... 1.18
. --- lot 81 ____________ ______ 17 80 I Wa.leh.
r ------ ? R. .7' Lot 9. block 1S_._._____ _____________ 8.
2..t 41 ___________ __________________ 12 16 10 5 'mall.' n. W.____ .8S __ 16 Fallowa. .. 1.86)Unknown
121 ___ ________________ a7 80 6 :
'. Seymour, R__ .7' Lot It. block 68-__ ___ __ __ ___
Lot 7t ______________________________. U ZfI II B..kl". 0 L.n ,85 $81010010, Land & Inv.' Co"a Sub-dh. ot I. __ __ ? -- -_ 1.10
Lot "I U 2d 20 5 Porter, a lv..__ ledeeminole Lot 18 block 810 _________.________ nlck r.on. Q. W. J.IO
-- r all except timber lea.. on
Lend k Iny. Co.-e Nub-div. ut ILc Lot 1.. block 71
---- ----------------- Unknown ______ 1.11
"J RN:14 of REVE to KIsalnimee U 2 20 block 71_____1.Lota .___ __________
all exeept.Eli or BW..i _______ n 16 80 ( Bemlnole Land A
00 1.01 ___________________ 5 Duncan _
l.ot 4 ..___ u________________________ 2:1: 26 3" II Ulrks. 1IIr.. I).__ .86 Lot II u.u___ __ __ _._______________ JI 17 10 5 . J.; H. __ .71 Inv. Co_______
l..t' ____ _--___ __--_____. ___. ._ 2:1: 211 341 Ii Plc"Ir.- .. D.._ ..56Lot. I.nt 75 .n. _u_ _ ______________________- 16 I' 80 Caa,, L ______.____ .7",7' Lot. 11 16 and and 14 17. block block 10.U___________ Plume r>, J..___ Il
58 nod 77--------------------:. ,. 2:1: 211 311 I0. Draper O. B.L24 Lot 89 _ ____________..____________ 18 81 I Corcoran ( ---------- Tllton. B. R.____ I.U
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t..ot 111I . __________. ______n.u___. 23 III 3" Ii Unknown ______ ..85i.ol. Lot 1'/5 h_. -_-. ________ ___________ 16 .7 80 nand .A.. 0.__ .71 Lot 18 and Ifi.fblock, 80._____.___ Ro" J. R_____ l..5Unknown
i 111 and 111----- 2:1: :IoS-J/ 141 WI11.. C A.un 1.18 .. n 17 I n. .7' Lot 20. block 81____________ ___________ ___... l.ll
\ I.a..d & Inv. Co. Sub-dlv. ot
Lot H' _0.00 __ __ __ __" u_____ - 23 26 3" Ii Brown. C J. __ .85 \nln.l.1 t/ _ __ _ .______________ ______ 17 I 7 .0 Lot Lot 8.24.block block 8 8100 __ ______________ Wlnnlna L.. E..__ 1.11
Seminole Land A Inv. Co. .. S..b.dl or lJ Imt __ 17 80 6 Boardman, A. .71 ::::::: :,:: Casey. LOIS -
1 2 i Lot 14, block ::::::::.: .11
, aU 24 211 3" C
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uunn'------------------ Lot _ ___ ________- __________ 10 i Moek M, __ : : Semlnole Land A
Lot 2 _____ __________ ________________ 24 16 a" II N..b..t. IL C___ ..111"i Lot 61. __ __n___ __n._______u___________ 1 '7 88 5 Alexander, J. .71.78 Lot block ___ ______________ Inv. Co___*___ 1.81

Lot Lot ::1 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::--:::::: =: : 344 80: : RueII' a ':::::: :.86.85'nknown Remlnole loll 97 and Land 112&___Inv.____Co.___'_.__Sub-div.__________ 17 17'0 10 Dlne, J. C.____1__ .99 Lot 1. block 86. ________________________ Unknown Crlm.1i.; ..__:____. 1.11 1.11

ot Lot 16 block,86Lot ______________________ -
? Lot U _____ 24 111 30 Ii Ludlow. E. S _00 ..88tot. all block. 104. 105 and halt ot Unknown ___ 1.11
111.\ 4. and 04--_____ If If! 80 I/o Rhoad. C. B.._ w..t 6. block'' S8----------------------- u
Pie H. ______ 1.11
1.78'v Ulk. 196 and B..I. R. E. Con. ot Blk. Lot 16, block A8.- .. per
. Let Lot :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 24 24 28 26 30 30 5 5 Hallett linknnwn' IC:::: ::8 Inn 1"4. runV.. Lake, ft. to Ma... Ay.. I.ot. I and 7. block 87.-_-n.--_-.-___-__-_-_-_-_-_-_ Hopke.Mnrtln. H.J. H________ 1.88 1.11 '
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. 'Lot 111 _____ n. ________________.______ 226 30 Ii Unknown un .ft5 I I" ituunymede 8. block 87----- ------ ----------- .7 'W. l.ll
'I Lot .5 ____ -____________--___________ It 26 30 Ii 4'ohunl.. A. AI.u .86 .t..j ,'rlrh..to Conn of I lot Ave 6.: .ot 19. block 87________ _____________ Mn.t..r".n.Reynolds W. R. 1.11

:" Lot ot.116 97 and_____112__ ::::::::::::::::::::::: 24 24 == g Ig Curll.Clingrnnan.. A It R. _B. lU: 1 1..,, N t< _G'_____a part_ or plat 42o 27 i Lot 9. block 89------------------------- ..mlnol.. Co.Land_____ &. .
f Runn'm..de _______ _
______ ________ ___ u 3 Lot III, block 89-------------------------
Lot lit __ __ n 24 III 30 I Hubner U. n __ .85 __
__ Lois 347. 3U. 379. 121________________ il-Ul5 3 5 S..mlllol. Land Lot 20. block 89.____________ Ford A ChaaeMrLane. __
.' Lot 112 ___un_____________.__ __ It III 30 II Hubner E. 111.__ ,8G & V.
Lot 54 26 30 6 Clark. 3f.---- .86 Inv. Co.. _______ 2.89 Lot 22. Mock RA_______________________ Win.
Lot n: ::---t-:::::: ---:::::::::::::::::::::: 24 26 30 8 Clark: r; I3.:::: :: ;ksSemlnole R''mttnlr. Land & Inv. Co '. Rub-div. 0" Lot 18, block !140-.--- -----.-- UnknownSemlnole Land_____,

". ..and A Inv. Co.'. Sub-dlv. ot all li'l.r ft RE'A except,___-NWIi_-_-_- t-SE'____and__ I 26 31 Lot A. block 90_ __ ___________ Inv. Co k_.--- & .(
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all _______________________ 26 '6 80 383. 261 nm Duncan J ::
10 H.1.11
lam 31.. SI'' 361 384. 600 Seminole Land A and 24. block 91______
Lot 4 26 28 80 Deffenbaker. J. 1.. .86 14. 15. 1..t 2 _________ .
Lots: 7 -and-----10-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 26 28 30 Ig Perringer, O I'26I __ ___ __ 6 26 Inv. Co._______ 603I.nl l.ol and 19. block Un___ _______ Remlnole Barber Land W. ___ 1.85

Lot 18 ______________________.________ 226 an 6\ Padll"ett..1 8" ___ .85 43 o -------------- 3 I'hetttod S. L.__ .89 Inv. &
Lot 51 _______________________________ 226\ ao 1Roby.. F. --,__ --_ '.85 l'OI&t' : 7.wa A'UJr\ 'OIn' 6 Lot 10. block 92- --__. _.___ __ ____ Witter..Cl.R:.:::_.:: fU':
Inv Co' of 2 3 bole 7. 8. 9, 10, 11,, 12. 17. block 93._____
Lot 59 00___.__ __________ ____________ 15 26 5 Wlr..b..h.l1.. 85r ..
_____ __ __ _ A
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Lot block C
20 4. ______ ..72Rrminote1.
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Let IS __ _______________ 25 211 1nall..r.l.. II 116 '
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Inv. Co .__
tAt 1111 ___________ ___________________ 26 26 30 5 !Mnycr. A ____ .56 .and' &-Ynv. Co. 1 Sub-dlv. .t Lot. 21. block 96. _________________--__ C B. 9TTallett
__ _ _ _ _
Front 1.80
________ Addltlon Lob block 10!. .
100 _ ____________ _
Lot --'"---- 21i 28 301 Ii MOrk. M L 116/ 1. -------------------
Lot 112 __.___ ___________ 00 ______ u 21i 211 an 5/ Allen. J __ ___ .86 Lute 7. H. % 26. 19. 40. 57. 68. 59. 70. 71 Lot I block] 104. _ __--___--______--___ 'lfa.k..r. J. H._ S 66
00 72 81'! 81, 102 103. 10.. 121. Lot 108 ________ __ ___ D JTomllnaon ____ '.11
lot 118 and 123_____________________ 26 26 3" 10 Deal . K. _ 126 bloCk --
tot 1141 -_- -___--_______________--.-- 25 26 30 5 Unknown _____u_ .85 12. 12. 133. f3. 135 136. 163. 11. Loin. 1 and 2. block 107______ ____ A J. 1:
6eminole.Land A In.... Co.'s _<11\'. or 164. 1116. 16.. 18". 15. LotB 13 14. block 109_____._.______ f..kn..r. S. H__ .

p all ______--_____ ______------__.. -___ 211 25 80 1546 187 186. 189 111.1.. Lot 5. block IIO---------------------- ___0. 1.16
Lola 14oS9. 42. 44. 113. 104. 112._ 26 26 30 l 35 fpmlr"I..I.arod R 210. 21. 221. 21. 21 222. 2 Seminole Land A
? Inv. CoOliver. __ __
269 Lute A. block 110_ __ __________ 1.96
In' _ 3.56 m m n m 1.1 -
Lot 4 ____ _ ___ _ _-.. __ _ - - - 26 26 a" Ii H ull. MBo __ .85 : : 261: 258: 259: 2150: : Lot 11 ] 110 ___ u__.___ ________ T. '_: 11.41
Lot 17 __ __ _____ __________ _____ ____ 26 26 3" 6 W,'118. II II 115 7152 21415. 263. 2114. 2M I 2H2 283. 214, 286. Lot 1 2. 3 4. t. 6., block 115_ __.. __JL._ UnknownWrltcel. .. 1.66
2117. 2HA. 1. 292. 294, Lot H. 8 4."
block 116 .. --
19------------------ 2I % 21.
Lot 14 47, .
26 U 3. JI\\ l1"n"'r. ll' l 16f! n.
1 Lot P5 n _ _____________uu________ 26 211. 3.. 5/ \'hll". N ----$5 25.! 2146, 313. !4. 316. 3" 31N, Lots A and 14. block 118---------- __---- Hewett. C hoo 1.11
,Lot 70 __ 00 ___ -_ _______00_____.-_ ___ 26 26 30 5 Unknown ____ ,85 3111. 3:2. 323. 32. 325. 36. 327, 3 Seminole Land *
Lot 75 ___ __ __________ _ __________ 26 26 30 Ii Unknown 00 H,1M /\ 346. 316. 37. 349. 350. 355. 311. Lot &, block 116 _ ___--______ Inv --- 1.16
711 _--___ ___ ____- -- __ ..--____ -. 26 26 30 Ii h..rman. J N._ ..1451Lets 367. 356. 311. 377. 378. 379. 310. LotB 1213. 14, block 120. _. ___ ____0 K oj-jf* 1.21
113 and 114______ __ __ -- -- --- 26 26 3' I.. "an. W' II 126 141. 3814! 390. 391 392.. 393. 394. AInv.
-d' Lot .7 ____ ____ ___ ____._ _ _ n.h 26 26 30 5 "'arlrall. II I .HIi 396! 4"6. 406. 4..N. 409. 41Q. 111. Lot -block; 121--------------------- C0.------- 101Seminole
'4 S Lot 102 __ ____ _____-- ____ __--___ ______ 26 211 3" 17l1kno"11 _ __ .116 412. 42'. 423. 42 45. 4 4% 4 Land. A
Lot -111 __ __ ___ __ _______-__ --- -- n_ 26 26 ao Ii I.roknown _ N6 431 4311. 431'. 441. HI %, Lot I 3. block Ill -- m--n- ____ Ir1'vm Co 1.66
___ __ ___ __ - 469 41544.' 1159. 470. 459. 490. X and 9. block 122_ _ __ ___ n. 1.56
Lot 114 _____ _ ______ 16 26 3" Ii LTnkno" _ .NIi t\J:2 33 25 30 1.1 ._ __ .o.w -
.(/! Lot IJ4 _ __ __ _ _. _____ ___"-- ____ n_ 26 211 3.. Ii Unknown _ ..115f 491: 452 /501.. 54)2.. .5 : --- ____ 11141 Fu, t441' II 11:11: 17 LolH 3. 4. f block, 131 -_ _ --._ '_ ___ Land 1.64
H. und & In t'n'a uh-dl" or R"mlnol. A
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Lot 125 26 26 30 r. nR.It. H. \\' _ 85 ml"I
-- 00 -- --- -- 00------ n -
n ; lake Front Lot 3 block ._ Inv Co_ __. 11.61
' Lot 117 r. 4 except \,101. 132 ___ ____ -1
30 Iu kn0xu .85 1 "-
-- --- - ---- -- 26 26 26 30 Seminole ; "
-l :d.r tlnu _ Land A
" 8emlnole I ..;. -d.-- Ulv.: C'o.'s .
1', t11 .__ _ _ -_ __ __ .__ _ .___ 9. 26 all I.ds 71 .2. t9. 164. 166. lq9 196.. 21 1 96 30 Liil 14. block 144 ____ n_____ __ Inv Co.T.fJt
22 31. : ] _ _ 16 Srminol. Lnnd& Lot 12. block 145Lota / ._ _ ___ Ooortrlrh. ::
I 1.01 17, 18. 23. 26, 32. 46. .4 96-------, 2" ::1" 4" Srnlnnlr Land & 29 'f 4. ______
Inv Co 395MlIl.r.tS toys Co __ __ 5.01Lut 4. 12 13. bloc. 146. __ ___ __ WellB O .___ 1 11Semlnole
_ __ _ __ : 26 30 I'kUuknowu __ Land A:
9\ 4; Lot 41 __ h __ _ _ --- - ---. .--- 2. 26 30 Ii ..H5'Lot 91 u 26 26 98
41 _ oon _____ __. ._____n_-_ 2. 211 30 Knl..hl..1. n 445\ Lot 196/ - - n_ 128 30 IliUnknown'0_ .99 Tol S '"119. block 146 h.__ _ "_ __ Inv f"oF..Rf.2
. __ 19' Ili Unknown ,49I. 10 and block 146._ ___ ______ Stnrdcll,
Lot 50 5/ 1..1 00 00 -- - -- .
2. 2'; 3l lfnknown .M5
n -00---- I 26 :: 11
-- - 30
Lot liS _- n_ - n_ '_ . -- - -- 2; 2''f; 3.. r. flumn...... C' -J 11sLot II'' 220 ____ __ __ u_ _-_ I 2630 I >4Unknow - 89 Late. 12 13. 1. block 147.______ _____ I'm..r.on. R. u 1.111
___ . 221 IL.Unk".n 549 Lot 17 147 Miller. J W. _
144 fi - - - hl.k _
311 t'rokn.'n' k5Le1
n.n - 27 26 1 30 -- -
__ 26W Ii IInkn.. 'fi Lot( 2254 00 ___ _ .0.00 226 l'AEnk.ow. - - !e9Lill Lots 10. 14. block 148-_ ____ Unknown p. 111
---------00- 27 I
nu"" -- -- "" 30 II
,..ot8eml lit ____n_ _____ _______ ----0.---- 2. 26 3" 5 \\'Innll., I. I': .116\ 241' -__ __ h __ I 26 Sn__ .99 Seminole Land A
to ole Land oft Inv.Co.s Hub-dlv. or Lot 2152 - Unn ___ ____ 30 1".Tb: :: ,t __ .99 1..1. 7 nnd 8. block 148 ____ Inv Co _ 100Wooalev.
-, all _;_ ___________ ._ ______ __ 28 26 30 Lot 322 _ __ __ __ ___ __ __ 1 26 10 :I ( \;__ 89SrtnlnI. Lot 13, block 148.Ixit ______nnnn_____________ .B-- : : 1.*6
Iota 15, 51 71.76,117.105-------------- 2H 26 30 3" Semlnole land & I,. 1.''< & Invf'o-'a Sub-,1144 of I 26 30 1 block 148 un_____________ Patt. F: ___-,._.- 1.11
? lv _ :_ _ _ Unknown _ __ 1.21Roberto.
Inv 317 I v Lot block 119 ._ ___________. _____ h
!A> and 18_._________ _____ ________ 28 26 311 10 7" . "O'j'. I. ]1211 l.t.II, 12.14..1 !'._ISo. 171. 172. 176. 1 Lot 6. block ISO --t-----u_ __ __'._ J _W_ >_._ Ill
______. __ __:_____ _______ 296. 3414. "ro'fU'I .
Lob 1 and 16 u 214 211' 311 I" R.nw'll N'. M 1211 4\{' :: 3 26 30 P6 .11 '
Lot 411 __________________________uu_ 2H 211 3" G 1'nkuuwn .AIi ::5,48., : /443. 490', It}._- :_---_ 3i. S.mlnul..lrod & Lot. 23 Mock ] 150. _u______"_"_" Inv. 1 61
Lot tJ ______n____________ -- ______-- 28 26 311 5 Ilnztr It A. h.. .k5Bemlnole 3 28 30 Inv..Cu.-- ___ 1260 1016. block 151 ___ ___ Preaton.. oJ--- 121
Land A lnv. Co.'. Sub.dlv. or -,.__ __ Lul !I __ nuon_______ 3 26 I' ___ ..89Lul R.
% of ES and 8W54 of NI. and ( I" - 00000,3 30 .Unknown ___ on ,549 Lot N, block l1- ___u_ ___ Inv. Co --n - 181k

: l< _-_-_--_-- -_--_-'__-- 211 It 30 I..I23. -- --"-- ____________ 3 26 26 30 30 Unk.o..n _'h__ .99 Lul 1. block __ ___ --u---__________"__ Rlbbln. E. E.- 1.1
Lot 415 ___. _________ __ _______ 21 211 au r. Rrmln"I.. Land & Lob 24 --- -----.-- --____--_ 3 26 .Unkno..n --- .99 Lot block 162---------------------- _- _n I
111, ,'0 __ 115\ I.., 271 - unuu __ _______ 3 28 30 ] '/Unknown -.--__ .99 Lot 7. block 14 _____ ____________ Unknown 1.
;, Lot J7 ______00______ -----.------ .--- 29 26 3" /6 "'arll." '. .: If h .N5 ., 272 -- - __ ___u. _______ a 3U 'Unknown -----_ .99 Lot A. block ___ ___ _____ __ Rallard. N.----- 1.65
Lots 17 and Huu-n----n-------- 21 III all III F.m..r..o. E h. 6 48 .I... 2,3 _. ______Uoo __________ 3 Pe 30 1 Unknown nh__ .99 Lot 15. block 166l ___________________ ITnknownClark. ___ n 1 40
Lot .1 unoo.n__ 29 211 ::111 5 ":III'r..on. E ..HIil..ot 1.44 27 Uh __ -- 3 26 10 30 l'Unkno..n--n__ .99 ll. It l! and 17. block 157000 _________ R. A ._ 241
48 _____u-n____ 21 26 3'1 Ii l'I"IL H .\ Hr.1i.mfl1ole Lot . - -- -- ---. _ _______ __ 3 26 IUnkno.n --- .99 Lota and 8. block 158____ __________ Sexton. Wr I__
Land a: Iny. Co.".. .dly. ot Lot 304 - --r------____ _,__ 30 % nkno.1 -- .99 I.ot A. 10. 11, 12. 168'_
J 'io ot NE't: and lot 4______________ a2 211 30 1 Loth 305 and 306.____ _____ .__________ 3 3 16 30 2 \r H.____- 11 Lori. 1. block 11 bock__. .-hn_________ Kirk. T. 10..4
11. __ _________ ___ 1.01 3151 . 28 10 1VUnknown Lot block] __ M ____ 4 10
_______ __
/Ot I. ________ 32 24 I" 6 Unknown _ __ ..146lot -- --------------------- 3 ------ nn-- Pachlo
10 __-_n____________________.____ 31 16 30 II Unknown _ n__ .Hfi Inds Inn curd 4411__ ____________________ 3 21 30 ol. J. .A.n_ 1.52 Lot 4. block 171-- _n________________ C. __ 1.1
Lot .5 _____._____00____________-_____ 82 '30 Ii Ban ..r, 1\[n.___ Hli Lot. 4G7 ___ ____un_______________ 110 I iNel n 44..is._____ ..8BS Lol( 12. block 171___ ______.____________ Beachali: H. J_. 1.1 .
Loband 73------------------------ A2 244 al' JQ Frl.herg, J. I. ._ 1.26Qeminole .mln..d. &'fv. Co'e I..h-dl. ofNE'y Unknown. __0 1.1
Land A inv Co'. vo33 241 10 and E'. N\V' .. or 4 26 10 Lot 6. block 173----------------------- S.mlnol. and. A
all except E\r ot NE' and 8'4 of .. except I right .. .y------ I.ot 15. block 173. Inv o.u 1.81
SE'4 ___-_________00 ___________ 31 26 80Lot. Lute. .221. 41. .)421_________________ 4- 26 10 6 SeminoleLand A Lot 12. hlUk 174___-_-_-_-_-_-_-___-_--_-__-_-_-_--_.- Curtla. A. HTltick. .___ 1.11

1 and 1/_____________________.____ A3 211 3" III Straub ... P._ 1 26tot 4 26 Inv. Co._______ 2.89 Lot 9. block 176-------------------- T. I.__-,-- 1.11
1f_ ___________n_______._________ 33 III 10 5 B. __ __-_- ..86Lot / Lot 193 __ ._ __ __ ________ ________ 26 30 80 1kUnknown -----_ .99 Late 19 and 21. block 176.____________ Unknown _____ 1.11
________ ____________ ____ Lot 1 Unknown __ .99 Seminole Land &
.J' __ .-- -- 33 26 111- 5 Well.. A. !II.n .fill 221 ---- ------------------------ 4 28 ---- .
.. Lots II and .11__________________._____, 33 811 10 Morlll'&n. H. ____ 1.26Lot. Lot ----------------.------------: 1 II 80 1 Unknown ---___ .99 Lt 3, ,block 177-___-________ _----- Inv. Co.Semlnole ._--___. 1.18
4'l and -_ ____---_"_- 33 214 30 10 Coleman C. A.__ 1.26 Lot 2511 _oo.n_____________:.__________ 30 1 Unknown ----_ ,,89Iot .' Land &, .
"Lot'1--- -- ;- II .8 30 G MIII..r..1. W._ ..kbe 424 _____.__________ __________ 11 4 "18 3 Iy4Davls. F. R..89 Lota 1 and 2, block 179...___.___.-? Inv Co.T.anter .___..__ 1.61
U It aO IIutt'r.on.\ J. 118 .8& C'Y. Doop' Sub-dlv. ot Lot 37------: t 80 1.1.8 and 4. block 17.__..._.._____.__"_ H. J.._. 1.68 l'
&minoli-Land&oLav I :Co:. 8uli-dlvrof; : I and 10. block D---------------- r1 DoP. C. WI...__ 1.86 8. block IBO.......... .__-......_. Moreland. D. A2.86 .'
all except BWIof 8W'4...-._-..._.. 34 2. 811 \'In.lllr & POOI'. Bub-div. ot lot a I' : Lot 16 I. block 181__....---. -.-.?_-_?__,f I Unknown .J.__ .1 60 "J.
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Lot 18r.____.ewVw.: _-_.{__?roars It 26'(0'' 5 Dan: E68Got _____..__..__.. 1 ',. '" fats. 11 and 14. block Itl..._____"_?_ .1 ,,... .Wllklnaon. L.Wilkinson. .. 1.80 .
I. .1 _____,,_.._..______.:_4.-----_ It 111 80 6 Rrumby. M. I.__ ..86Lot' isle /9 and BU.block B.-_ _________._.. U' 18 1.30Iirg "arylV.. H.. 9.4 Lot 17. block m_-________________ ___ K/A, 6.14
.. 99 ____---.-___?______?____ 325 311 5 Kenney. A. H.__ N. W. Folaou'j .ub-dl.... or Iota 39 & 42 Lot 19 block 181______________________ Fav. H. B______ 1.80
i, ." Lot -116 _____--____________-___.-_u__ -34 16 30 5 "1Vlll.on R. .1.__ ..Ali % tort ... Coe or lot Lot 20, block 181 Wilkinson. A. 1,DO
Lot ill _____ ________________u______ 34 26 31 II H..w..lt C. .96 30. "UI ..al, 611 feet ,"ul15..' feel.wr8t : Lot 21. block: 181 :_ .::::::::::: ::::::: Oravea, .VSC_ 1.RO
" Bemlnole and inv Co.'s Sub-dlv, ot ; 00 50 Lrk north 150 ". __ --_____ U11kanall h 226Mt. ; Lot 22. block 182__ .__. .- -' ------ HoffmCn.. 1.DA
an except ,Eli or NWV4--- 35 26 30 ('loud. Lot 14. block lR4__ > Tla'r.' 1. M_ _ 1 80
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Lot U ._ ----00-----00---00--- 35 211 311 5 41..ntls. .. 81. _ .k5I.4,1 22 11..1:1: __ __ S"mlnol"L.ndAL.t Lot I. block 186 __._n______________ O .J. 10.61
I'- 101 __ .___ __ ___ ___ __ _-__ 3fi. 26 3" r. Jlllk."wnLol .kS _- Lot 2. block 16 Tlk. K -_ 7.ID
1011 ___________ ______________ 3f26 311 Ii. '..hl,. II II 11Jots 2 .1"1, 4 __ _ Kl' ;.C.'IL' : UI. Lot A. block 18RLotn _ _nn------00-00------ H."ran. J.V. 4,10
: L 1119 and 111 __ .- -__ -- -- __u a6 26 30t. t9on II I' h 1 28Feminola ., .I. I _ _ _ ''_ 121 1 ""11f. niock 187______________ T. _ _ 6 40 -
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-'- all _ _________ __________ __ __ __ 3G 26 10 ., 111. blush 4 _ _ __ '---h- ". .. H.__ 1.21I.d LotB 4. .5. O. block 189___ ______ _____ .. MA. __ 39 15
Loll 83 end 48----- 311 211 311 10 Skirt:. F S I 26 I" Idurk f _ _ 00 __ _ _.__ __ McQuaid .1.1_ 644 A..mlool. Land, &
t Lot .3 _ _ __ __ __ __ __ 00 __ U 36 26 30 /5 1'nknow n 115 I.otl 1 ....112. hl.rk r __ _ ___ __ __ 00 I.onmoy..r. A 225 LotB 21 and 22 block 190.__ ______ Inv. Co _ __ 11 97
Lot 4t -______ _____ ____________--. __ all 26 3" f. Shnitz, t' .5 Lo'f and \;. block _ _00- Donmoy..r. W. A. 2 25 Lot 15. block 112 _- --.----:-- Iln..rm..n. R R. 114
... lot 119 _ uh_ .__ _.__ _ __. ___un 36 26 3" r. MHI.---r: 11' MS Lots 17 nod block 'u. _ _ ___ __ __ 5loyer 31. F. 1_ 22& Lot 8. block 193 -------00---------- M.n..1 I 17 .
__ _ _ _ _ _. Unknown _____ 240
lob III ad 96 -- -- --- ----- .n 36 26 3" I" lVllk.r1un J-:; 126 Lot 21 1.7\ 180L'4 Lute 13 and U. block 196. _
"' Lot 4I __ _____.__ __ __ ___ ._ ___ __ 36 26 3" 5 15trbbtnn. I: II 115 5 bbs I.\ r __ ._ __ _ __ : u S"llnol' Land & Iota 22 and 23. block 195- __ _. ------- Dln..1 CKent 8 83
J r..t III __ .__nun_ __ -________ __ I5; 26 311 5 link01. w n. .5, 41.------ 210 Iot 19. hl..k ly1-------------------- ARonrdman 8 23
x B9 u ________ n__ __ __ u.u 36 211:101: Ii I'nkIlUW" _:. I..) I. blorl.5 _ u __ _ _ h Unknown u_. Lot 22. block 117 _- .-____ _n_ __ ( \ 131
<, lot IIA _ ____ _____ ______ __ ___ 36 26 30 f- ICllkrr.ou 1. .I k5 Lot I" 1,1... h 11 __ __ ._ un_ Unknown _ 00 180 Lot. 2. block 1X -- ,_ on -- ----- Tnk."wl
.. lot 153 __- - _- - - _--__- -- ::16 23" r. lire colds.. I ..115Bemlnole I.w II hlkk . _ _ u _ ___ Unknown h_.__ IAO Land &
Land & In,'. Co.'s Sub-dig. of Lot, 12. bloc, I. H '_ _n___ _ ___ ___ Unknown ______ lob 6. block 194------__ ___n___ Inv, Co _ __ __ 151
! all un------------ 1 2. 3" Lot 3. 1.1.1 9 . h _ _ _ _ _ __ .Woodbnck. 7.. n. 180 Lots 7 and I. block 189_ _______'-_"_ "rowl J T.Remlnole .. 1.2
Lot 4 _ _-_n_ _- ____ ,___ _ -. ________ 1 27 3" 5; IInr.Iu'. 1' .2 Lot '. hluek !9 _ n __ u. Uerr 1': h-- I.S0 I"nd.
i lot IS 00 00--- _ __ .- -oo __ -- n I 2i au r. 1I..r". I 72 1f 11..1< 12--------------------, S..mlnol.Land A Lots 14 tool 15. block 200._ __ ___ _____ Inv Co __ 2 25
Lot 17 __ __ h___ __ __ __ h _ . 1 2. 3" Ii Swrrur, I I"' I. .2 lIt Inv. Co._______ 8.2& Semlnolo sand. .
"n Lot U ___ ____h __ - _ n'_ n I 2. '311 f. Sherman. it .72 1..1 17. block 1 L_. __00___________ _ r. U. S.___. 2.75 7 and S. bloc 200........__,.=_ --.-- InvC__ 22S _
lot I. _____ ____ nnu _._:.___ . .. I 2. 30 r. Swr..ii.. J 00. _, Lot 7 hl..k l--. __---. -- Unknowh '.__ 180 L..l block ._ ____ _ ___ ____ 1 06 \
t Lot 118 -----.. -- --- -- .--- ----- 00 I 27 311 c Saurov-! It 72 Lot t-Tlni k IR ___ _ ___ __ . __ n. McAlleeter. C. __ Lot 1.I'. block 201- ._noo ___ _ ____ Unknown 1 21
l..ot'4 ----.:- I 2'': 344 1\ Vuknrw, n .2 Lot tl block 18 ____________________ S..rlnoleLnd& Lola mid 21 bl"ck. 202n.n_ ITnknownSemlnole 121
-Lot IT41x . .. -_.- Ii I'ukunwu ___ 2.10 Land &
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: lot 61 -I 2. ::1" 5 l'unl".r.1 .72 Lobe' :{ And 4 block 1_ .__ _ _ n_ Unknown .::-- ::: 9.16: and 1C., block 204._ _______.__ Inv Co.------ 225
.1 a Lot 00 ____ 1 1314 Ii .k..wn __ .2 Lob 7. block ___ ___ __________ Unknown ___.__ 1,80 1.6 Semlnole I...tnd& *
Lot 100 ---r-_ u_ _ . _ _ _ .h I 2. a. 5 IIl1l1rr.\ (' __ .72 Lot 23. hlun 19__ __ ___ ____ __ __ _____ Unknown _____ 1.80 lob 17. block 204 ___ ___ _uu______ Inv 'n------ 225
Lot 102 .. ____nh____ __ n_ ____ I 27 all r. 1'nknaw _ .72 Lot 24. block 154__. __ ________ __ _______ Farr. E. P._____ 1.80 .LotB-131utd. 14. block 285Imt -_ -_ .---- TTnknc wn _- _ 121.
I ,Lot 118 __ __0. __ __ 0. ___u_ __ _. ___. I 2. 3" r.Vllr,",'n' C ..72.et Lot 2" hlork 12-4)-------------------' S.mlnole Land & S..mlnol.Inv (' Land /
110 Inv. C0. __ 3.11 2B.: block 206-- __ 0 22"
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Ld & Sub-r. : B. 0.__ 7.94 ___._ _______ Novc-r. n _
Remlnola nv. o. ofallrzfepl .. 7 8. 9. 10. ill 12. block 21 AI..arl. Lot 2. block 2010 nu 11
\, t44 or 14W---------' 2 27 30 1.1. hl"d 22----------------._______ H.mlaole Laved A S..ml."I. Land. A '

, Lot 62 ____._.:__ __ _. __ __ _ __ _____ 2 .27. 5 R..nrlnol,. Ln.1 & 21 tnv. C.._______ 1.8 Lot 6. block 209 __. ____________ ______ Inv Co . __'_ 15
; III' l'o. __ I 02 Lot I. block 23--------------------- S..mllloleLandA 13. block 209_______________ _____ Field. I> T .
Lot 41 _ __un - -- -- -.. -- -- _-'_ 2 2. 3\ Ii 1110'11111. A. _n_ __ .-2 Iny Co._____.. I 5 Lt 53. block 201 ._nuunn__ OarnerV IIRennlck. ._ 1%
Lot. 5S and 67. _____.___ __ ___. ______ 2 27 3. In 1<11,1"Vm _ .119 Lot hlocg 23_____ __-______ _-__ ___ 1 lots. 13 and 1 210.._____________ J .._ .
Lo t. Jill arod _____ __ __ ___ ______ 2 2. 30 10 daps. It _ _._ __ .99 Lot ? :block 24.-------------------:: : :: : fOlc'd& Lots 7 and 8. block 114-___________ ____ I.n..r. J A"h 2.1
Be m I,o o,._ ._ ... & 'h" Co.'_ Rubv' .., ,. 1111..-. 1.1.21 and 22. block 216. ___ ____ CunnlnohRm. F. C. 8.4
I 15% ;xo..pt timber: lease;;: to Klaalmmet ; ; I Lot 5.block 24---------------------__ ... .. .__ 1.1 block 21---------------------_ O..trh..l. 1. C.- ,

? Lumber CoLota _____________.______ 9 27 III I.ot 8. block 2 1________ ________________ Unknown __u._ 11 Lt 18. block 119--______________,----- __hn 4,10
46, 46. 474 111____.____ _ ___.__ 1 27 3" 25 !-. niltiol Land & I Lot 11. block 17Lcit __ Unknown 19. block 21-- ___ _________.______ Oentle. MArmntronR. _u_ 4.10
I l'I\t'. .___ 2.09 : 16.: block 27- ::::::::::::::::.:::::::_ Welch. R. _::::: U: lAt. 10. block l.nn----___.__ C. W. 6.40

-IIe"I.ol. Land A: Inv Co.'.. I"ub.otl.r 'Lot 27__ _ ___._____________ Cain. J. ___ __ 1.21 Lot 6, block _. __ ___ _ ____ Harrla. .J. K.n 4.10
j HJLota "__________ ____ _.n______.__ 10 17 30 Lot 2. blor'21___ _____ -______ ______ UnkDown ______ 1.21 Lot. 22. block 121__ n -0---00-------_ r.h..y. _ n. 8.4
V-Vnd 125----------------------- 111. 27 30 10 ..mlnnl..l..nd A Lot S. block 28___________ _____ ______ Deal. F. ________ 1.11 Lot 7. block 226.- -- ____nnu___ __ AC. .
'Y Inv. co.;._ __ 1.19 Lot 10. block 18__ ___________ __________ Math..... L__ 1.21 Lot 20. block - __________________ I.udlow] E R __ 1.8A
I Lota 4. 11. '0. 10 27 303D 2" Flint U. -- 1.51 Lot 16, block 29_____ ___.n--nn----- Corcoran. E; 1.21 Lot 6. block 16._. __ ____ _________ ___ G Beckley, Q L.__ 1,60Lot
Cot 61 ______ 89----_ 10. 2T 5' VRk".n U.----- ..12i40t Lot 21, block C. n._____ 1.11 15. block 27_- --.-- ou_ ---0 Wooda. F. M___ 1.5(5
76 __ __ nn____-'n__ 00---__ ._ 10 27 30 5 Olinger. O. ____ .72 Late 16. %0. I 1.-------------------, Platt Land & Lot 1. blo G k 221---------------------- Semen Jim.. W.-_ 1.60 .
Lot 8t -- n. -- - In 27 30 5 Unknown ___ .7' Jny. Co.-______ '.00 Land A ,
Lot M __ _ _ ._ . - - - -- I" 27 3(1 5 Unknown _n_n__ .72 Lot 15. block 10__ __, -- _------______ Tount, & ______ 1.21 Lot A. block 11..n_________________ Inv. Co.______= 11
Lot 1C* l0 27 10 6 Preston. B C. _ Lot 19. block 30- Uaknown ______ 1.11 Lot 11. block _ __ __ ___ ITnknownSmith. ______ 1.1
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1. Lot 118 ,::.:::::.:::.::::::: -L:: :--:::::: II: 27 30: 6 Miller. 1. S-----:H Ix>t' 2. block 30_____ __________________ Unknown ______ 1.11 Lot I. block $33----------------------? E. ______
s.tnlnol.> Land A Inv. ('0.'. Sub-dlv. ofi Lot block 544-----r- Fa'' H. B.______ 1.11 Seminole Land A
',' all except timber leaae to KlaalmJ l4". block 11__ ______--_--___--.. 0. Pbl' F. M.1.21 Lot 6. block Itl_-- .____uu____ ___ In. CoFuller. ._______ 1.1
,... ,* '/ ",>_' Lumber Oo _-_______ ._____ __. 11 IT 10 |9. block SI______- -__.___ ____ _____ Unknown ____ 1.1 Lot 3. block 11 ______________________ O. E.,..,_ 1,11
Lot If 17 3t) 6 'lIvox. M. 8.__ ..7'ii' 7. 6, IT. 18, block 32.___ ___ _._ 8emlnole Land Lota and 1. Ill-_____________ AI..n. ;J. _-_____
Lots .1------n----h---------U------ 11' n 10 10 White O. W.___ ... Lt. Jnv. _______ '.7. Lot 1. block it_____________________ ,"l L. M. 1.9
/ -.ot\1 II 17 SO II Horton. .R, M.__ ..71t' block 12__ ______________ ______ Unknown n____ Lii 19. block lit______________________ Weldon. S.. El___ 1.2
",t' J_ _____ un___ ___ ____.____ 11 27 10 I Unknown __.. ..72y Lt 1. block 11_- -______________--_____ Unknown ___,___ 1.11 Lt 11. block lit______.______________ r Hoffman.. .J. W._ 1.2
'Lot'YI* and ill-. ____________ ___ ___ II 27 II' 10 RIRth..lck. F. W. ,99 Lot 9. ''block 33________________________ S.mlnole Land A Lots 7 and 8. block 114.______________ Unknown ___ 1.1
> and 111.______ ._._. _____.____ 11 17 80 10 FIInt.O. V.n._ ..11Ji'e"lnole Inv: Co.-___ 1.11 Lot 11. block 114.___________________ Unknown ._.---
k'1. + Land Inv. Co.'". Sub-dh' of Lota 7 and 8. block S3----__ _________ Unknown ______ 1196 Lot It. block 116____________________ Rlckford. C. ____ 1.1
all 11 17 80 Lot 1*. block 14_________ ____________. Rogers H. L.___ '.ll Semlnole Land A
tir----------------------------- II 17 au 5 Unknown __ n .71 Lot 11. block I'- ._______________ ____ 8emlnole Lad Lota 17. 18. 11. 11. block 115._____.____ Inv. Co.__ ? 1 81
t.l' -------n---u-------------- \I 27 3" 5 O'RtIey P. H.__ '..15i41 In. Co._______ 1.61 Lot 8. block 117______________________ burke. J. JBemlnole ,.::::-- .1.44: ,
.' ._.__'_____.__.-________u_____ 11 17 I. 5 Randolph. E. W. Lot 1. -block IS________________.._______ Unknown ______ 1.11 Land A
'1tM' t'' 410 : 11 If 9 UakaOWf _____ .71 Lota 6 and .. block 18_______,- AI.xand..r. .1. M. 1..i Lot 9. block 117_________.____ "_______ lily Co_______ 1.80
!4't '8 ...._--\'r----u--------------......---------uu----- 11 I''' 1/1 I' Cannon C. Co___ Lot T. block -IS-,- Shrever E C.1.21 Lots 1. 3. 31. block ]33._______________ Bhoa., M., A._ 1.80
w\Hr.-\ t't0v--.....___.______.____________.._ II 27 10 I Dad. C. C.____ .T] Lot 12 block 15-i__________ i- Bundy. L 1.21 Lnd. '
,,. t ''111. ,- 12 17 10 I. Har.ema.I; B. .7a Ili. 16. IT. 18.. block 85- 8aun ers ._ 3.U Lot 1*. block 813______________________ Inv. Co. ::: f.
... .'.'."'---r-i------------------ lot 10. block 86-1- Sminole L4nd Lot 44. block II-________________?__ Semlnole Fleyd, F. C. :: .:
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mee Lumber Co..____._.__________ IS 17 20li Lota 11 and It. block I*____._________ latbenIol . Lola C and 10, block It*---.-------- Co.-.-.__ :
"f : >''-----------.-.------ 17 I" I Seml..ol.. Lan4" Lota 11 and 14. 17. ______._____ Wfl.'C. A _. 1.11 Lot. nand 11. blok Bl' F. H.-_._: : .
.t7,: .ayrvt.116'e-IN-f. : Jnv. Co.___ _"_ 1.0' Lot 1. block 41_______ r.Lota ._____ _____ ,___. .1" Lot 11. bleek -.1.-----------_ eA Q. ___ Ij.
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,,black --._ ," .. Karoman, J, .B.., 1,11 t III ..--3"------ ... Unknown ...... (... Lot and I'. block II. .w .f'
I.ot 2, '111II ______ 1 ,___ __ Unknown ..
---- Barrow;" B. B... 1.11 t Unknown: ...__ ..4 Lot block 11 .v
Lot block 111.__..u.........?. King W. a.?_ 1.11 Lot 158 ______.;___.:.____________......... Unknown ...... 5.'4 Lot block 11...-.-..__.._;_?_?_.___ ,. Unknown .< .._. '.f'
j ot 1.. block .11.___..._____ Unknown ...... l.ll Lot 111 Unknown .... 54 Lot 1'block __._ Roberta, B. ..-__ .f2 i
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t 11. block 111---- ------------.-- Ward A..7.___? LOS Lot 140 _____________________ :_______ Unknown ...... 1.54 Lot 7 and 8 block -18 .._.._.,_-- Unknown _,__ -St+ .
I ota 1 and 1, block Hiot _____..... ..._ Hebner. Q. W....._ LM Lot 141 ______________-------____-___ Unknown __._* 1 I A*. '. { 1.. --------block Haynea, A.'__.._ '211'
II, block 117.---...-.---- Unknown ...... 1.11 Lot IIS ___________________-._____ Unknown ...... (.(4 Lot .. block 11. 1. 15. $7. Neton. A. .__ f
'Lot !7. block 167__________ Mean. H. C.____ 1.11 Lot 111 ___,.._____ ___.-__________ Unknown ..___._ I.'. Lot I. .1------------------- J ., .fl
Lot I,. block 111.-.---------- -- -- Semlnole! Land 4V Lot 144 _________..______________ ... .. Unknown _____ 1.84 Lot. '. blok. 6 10'13 14.16-._________ w. JS-
. I .- IBT. Co..i._ i.ll Lot 165 __..---.1-. _________________ Unknown .__._ 1.84 Lot I. block 55----------------- _. .,. Hayne*,J ..._ 2.T!
Lot 11, Mook lit___ ___._ _. But__... 1.11Semlnole : 111 __ ___ ____ Unknown .L"... I.'! Lot block Dorset. H. .
Lot 1, block lit.Lot .__..-..--.----...--- Land 4k Lot 1.7 ..-.--... .....:.......- .' . .. ,,.-..,? I.'. Lot? ri', block 18-_---------.3 ---------- Unknown ._ .'1

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{ 17. block/: II*___:_______________ t Breunlnrstale. '.- Lot 1. block' 7. 11. block 1*- Hayne. A. *.._ .1.1

Q. W. ...__!. 1.11 Lot 1. block 1.lla___________________ Simmon, E. A. .!' Lot 8, block 88.It_______........_._._____ J.nkln.L :
'Lot. I, I and 14. block 210-_ Semlnole Land; .i Lot 6. block 1___________-_________-_ ._ Unknown -...: Lot 10 block 69-_-_-_-_-_-_-..-_-_------------__ d-.TY'l t
Inv. Co.____.- 1.00 Lot and 10, block 1._______:_____ .._ Ollmore./ Bd. __ .0f Lot 16, block : Manning, A... .T3
Lot 1.. block 300.,!________:._----____ Unknown ..____ 1.11 Lot 16., block 1_________________._- c: Unknown ...... .7' Lot 18, block 1.-------------------- Redden tt. ....... .T2
a Lot 31. block 1(0..____________________ Ma.,.. H. M*..... 1.11 Lot I. block 1_........._-....._.__.-__ ........ Oodbolt. E. .... .1' Lot. 1, !. /. ----------16- ___ Pair ......-_ ".T!
. Lot 1. 11, 3I. Mock 141.. _____________ Seralnole Land, Lot II, block2..______.________.______ I Unknown ...... .1' Lot 8. block' 760Il L.-.I It block 10. . Havne A, ... f..8T'vx
Co.3.00 Lot 11, block t_______.____________i.! Unknown ....._ .71 Lot 4. block _________.___ P..II. j. ;:_.
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Lot 7. block 18t_______________________ !::;. J.. Est-._ 1.11: Lot '1. block t________________________ Smith, a O.____. .71 9. block 40._0.____....________........ . : .
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Lot 8. block 1 61- Lot 6 S____ Unknown ...... .71 _________________ Mobley. __
Hamilton J. ___ 1,11 block _-i -______.._____.____ _, Lot 8, block 41________
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Lot 10. block 141' Lot 8, block t_____ ___ 0..72 ________._ Wllllamu It. _.
Hansom, A. A.1.11 . ______ ______ Washington Lot 1, 4. 5. I. "" "ffLot
Lot .It: block 161_:::::::,:::::::::::::. Seminole Land A. Fractl. lot I, block tFractl --________._____._ _-.. Unknown __h __ .1' Lot 8. block 41 block_81:=::: Hayne*, A. ..... :t
Iny.'Co._______ 1.II lot- 10, block 1_:: .:______:_______ Unknown ____._ .1' Lot t, block 63-_-_-- -- :::::::::::: Brown, t. :... .
-,.Lot 14. block 111.nr .__--________________ Klnsey. B. L3.41 Fractl lot 11. It. IS 14. 16. II, block .. Unknown ...... 1.1 Lob .. 8 8, 10. II------1-----------__ Ortfrin. g.: ,*.:: : f ''c
J6. block 161. __ __ Lot. 10. block/__ Smith a O.____ 1.11 Haynea. A. .. J.I
-------------------- Unknown 1.11 11. 14. 1.. ______,--,- Lot 4, block .. blck -- !
Lot ft..block 111fc. _______-------- :------ Seminole Land A Lots t and 4, block 1..___..__.._n____ Unknown ...... ..f Lot 7, block IS__- ---,--- ------__ Tlmberlak. 3.._ ,7
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Inv. Co: 1.II Lot I. block 4_____.-----____-____-__ .. Tlrarman. M. _._ Lot IS. _______________ . It..v. .. J. p,__
L.... block 161-______-____ 8warts.'C. 1.11Bemlnole Lot IS. block 4.._________ ________-_ King;. B. ._s-___ .?. Lot 14. block ----.-:-------______:.- 'Af 'v"1.Fair _-__ .II. z
LOt._ I, I, 9. 10 block 114. __________.._ .. Land A Lot II, block 4_._________-_-_-_______...__ Jenkins. I. _____ .71 Lot 16. block 6S____________________________ . .:..__
Inv. Co_._____ 1.74 Lota 1. 1. 4, 14. 11, 15. block 1__________ _. Smith S. O_. __ 2.CI' 4..01. 1..9. 11 _____.__ ____ t .-.- _- .:p
Lot S and 4. block 114-______________ MeOeachln. J. ___ 1.9B Lot 32. block 6_________________________ .... ._ Unknown ____-_ .71 Lot. 1 and U. It. ai. 1. !. block 14__ Hayne A r- .' h
ba t.. 1. 7. 8, 9; block 166.. _______________ Semlnole. Land A Lot 8.; block 1----------1------------- Unknown ______ .71 Lot I. block I. block 84- ______________ Unknown O. '/1,
t Inv. Co_______ '.14 Lot IS, block 6________________________ Byrd. A. ______ .71 Lot 14. block 14--.----_ --- --________ Mack, F. .,?! f "_
Lot 11 block 166._____________________ Qalne Wm. ___ 1.11 Lot IS. block 5------------------ ... Haynes, A. ___-_ .71 Lot. 20 111 -.-_-- Redden. B. ...._ '
Lot 4, block 167.______________________ Seminole Land & Lot. 1, and 3. block ,0_________________ __ .. . UnknownUnfith. ______ .9* L ot.i i 11.s.131., 64::::::::::: :::: Unknown ... .I
Inv. Co.: .___ 1.11 lot I and 4, block 1__________________ a 0._ _ .1' Lot 8. block 1 U, 11, 14. block 06--_ Haynea. A. ,.=
Lots 1. 11. '1%. block. 181_-._____________ Kaufman. A. J.__ 1.11t' Lot 0Lableck, ._________________________ . .r Unknown __=_ .71 Lot. 9 46- Smith, .O.._.!__ .
and
Lot 10. block 167IE ______________________ Flarin.-J' P.__-_ 111 Lot 10. J.. 16. block I________________ _. Havne A. _h. 1.!4 Lot 16, 10, .i-6i:=:::::::::::: 7Jnkn "
t' Lot. and 1(1. block 167._____________ Hotifbacker. L... 1.(6 Lot 18. block, 6________________________ '.... Unknown ______ .,. Lot 20. block block 611. ____ .._____ __ winims."o, 11.: : f
Loot 7, block 148__..___________________ Buell. Q. _______ 1.11Cbevaller. Lot. S, 4. 9. 10, 11, 11, 141. block 7_____. Haynea, A. _____ 2.11 Lot t3. IS___________ _______.___ gverett.J. k.___ I.
, 10 t block 268______________________ A. n_ 1.11 Lot 4, block 7-________________________ Bander F!. 8_ __ 71 Lot. 1 block 15____________________ *...._, 1.1
' Lot IS' block 118____J__________..______ Kemp. L. W.____ 1.21 Lot S. block 7________________________ _' .' Oodbolt. E. __ n_ .71 Lot 1.,block 1..8. 4. 5, block II Haynea. H. ..... 1't
t Lot 11, block 269______________________ BemlnoleLand & Lot. 1 and 4. block 8________ ________ Unknown ______ .*. Lot 1. block '1---------------------- Unknown ...-___ .
Inv. Co.__. 1.61 Lot 5 and block 9----------------- Hayne A. .99 Lot 87,__ ___________________ Unknown ...... ,
, Lot 15, block 289._ ____.____________ Unknown __ ____ 121 Lot: 6 and 7..I.b 8___=_::::_:::::::: Unknown"fnknown _::.::_ .** Lot 8.6. 6 7. block 87-r---.------__ ___ Unknown ...... .1.
, Lot 1, block 170_____ _____________.-- ourn... H. R.___ 1.21 Lot S, block __ __ Lot block 61_______________ __ In..d. J. C____:
Lot 1, block 272____________________:_ Ooburn. A. M. __ 1.SB Lot 12, k8-i::=:=_'_=__::::==_?__=::: Jnknown :==:== .?n! Lot 16 and 16 block 47- ....j. 'f/. R
I Lot 7, block 272It. .___ ___________________ Unknown 1.S5 Lot. 15 and 16, block 8---------------- Unknown ______ .99 Lot.24. block 67___________ __________ Unknown ___._.. ,l .
172n___________________ nn. 2. 3. 4. 8. 11, 20. 31. 16. block Hayne*. A. .... 1./k./
, Lot block Francis. J. Hh _ 1.S5Tllton. Lot 1. 2. S. 4, 5, 9, 10. 18. blocl" 9_______ Haynea. A. 259 Lot 6 18____ -
a Lot 14. block 271______________________ R. J.n. 1 .IS Lot 11. block 9--____-_______________ .: -. .. Unknown __r----_on 71 : Lot n.. block 68.lx ._________ ____________ Unknown ...'... ?,
Lot 20. block 11'-n----------------- Jonnowckl 8_ __ 1.111f Lot. 18 and 16. block 9________________ Unknown __ ____ 99 trot block _________ _______ ___ "h"rp. I ______ ,
1A Lot 1, block 171n__________________ Unknown u _ 106 Lot 1 and 2, block 10_________________ Haynes. AUnknown ___n .f'i l.ot.I0. 6 block e._______ __ _____ P. ._.._ ..Ir r
f 4. Lot.)i 7 and 8. blork 277.______________ RouenlR, C u__. 2.84nillman. Lot. 1 and 4. block 11_________________ _._ _n___ Lot. S.2 I. 1. bock 9 10. 11. block 69_______ Hayne. A, _____
'1 Lot 20. block 279_____________________ M. J._ t..66Semlnole Lot 2. block tt----------_______ r>orst. J. H.----- .71 Lot. and 4, .9_________ ______ Unknown ..___
. Lot 9. block 180___________-_________ and ftJnv Lot 8, block 11-_____.si.______________ Whltted. Ed____ .71. Lot 1.1. 3. 4. 6. block 70__ _ .______ Hisyne+ *. A. .... 1',1
I Co _ 1 PS Lot B. block 11-- Tllll I AHayne block 70-------_ ___ __- ____ AlTVi. J.o. .____I
I .' Lot 10. block 180_____ _________________ Unknown -_- .--_ 1 flB Lots 7, 8. 10. block----11-:::::::::::-- :::: *, A.:=::=: 111 Lot>t. 1. .S. 7. 3. 9, 10 11. IS, 14. 14. Blk.- 11. Haynea, A.Rpauldlnr. ___._ J'If'

.' \ Lot 7. block 28I-_ ____________________ Unknown __ _ 1 1.35 Lot 9. block 11_______________________ Washington.' 71 Lot 4. block 71___ ______ ___ XJ. .._
4 Lot .. block lat_______________________ Smith OK: U u_ TIB. Lot. IS and 18, block 11_______________ Unknown __ n__ .99 Lot 6.11.block 7L--u, __. 'u.n..l. T. __... .7I'' .
i' LoU 13 and 24. block 282. __ _____ IIR..nwlnkl... H. 11.22Rarlne Lot. 14 and 16. block 11_______________ Johnson. S. O__ 99 Lot 16 block 71- --------- -- Unps.wn_ ttMr _
,, Lot 1, block 184___.__.________________ C _ _ 1 .36 Lots 8. 3. S, 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. .. .. block 71-4_____ ____ __.._. -
__________ ____________ r J.tR 1 I. 10. Il. 12. block Haynea, A. ___ 1'1.'
Lot 7. block 284 Miller A. COo ___ 1.S5Semfnolf block 12 __ ___ ______- Hsynes. A. 348 72. ___ __ 1
''I 1 ____ _ __ _._____________ u.o.no. u 3. block 11---___________ or. W. M-_. ,
Lot 6. block 286 Land ft r.ot'li. block 12 n_ __ ______ ___________ _ Unknown qq 72 Lot 7. ______ fo" '11'
i, Inv CO..h ___ 1 B1Kestner Lots I and 4. block 13----------------- Unknown ,99 block 72-_____ ____ ___ Unknown .- '
. I.ot 4. block 286u.u u_______________ E. H__ 1.21r Int.: i. *, 5. I*. 15, 16. block 18 __ A ---- 213 Lot IS. block 78_.___ __________ _:_?_:_ 'Trlgten. T). II"Hayne ,
Lot
- ,- Lot 6. Block 286u.u-h_ >o<1s.e. C C____ 1 .21Semlnole Lot 8, block IIi __- ____._______::::_. .. Mover, MHteven === = 72 Lot 3.1.block 3. 5 l. 7. 5. A. 10. II. block 73 ____ *. A. _____ .i'

(. Lot 18 ,and 21. block %87u------ Land ft Lot 12. block 13____ _______n__________ .. L.Henderson. nn 72 Iot. 13.- __ ______ Unknown --. f!
R Inv. Co.____ __ 2.ISfenvltt Lot 18. block IS.-.,_ _______________ M __ 72 Lot I.I. 4. 6. 8. . 1. 16. block 1._ Unknown A. .____
Lot 24. block 220--------------------- : F. J _-. 1 .2tITnknown Lot 1. block 14------------------------ Hlnes. EHaynes. u__ __ .11 lot block HUh___ _ _ ____ __ ____ ...... tf"'
1 Lot 24, block 289.- ununn__ .. __- 1.21Semlnole -rf>ts 2. 4. B. 10 12. 16. block 14_________ A. ___ ._ 206 lots 1. hlfk 74-------------- t Unknown ...... i'
, 3 Lou 7 and 14 block 290--- Land-* & ,..ot 6. block/____ _______________...__ UnknownSmith. _nn_ 71 Lot 1! 5. 9. 11. 18, 1. 1. block 76.-- Hayne*, A. ____; ; 1
i 1\\ Ihv Co .__ __ 2 26Hideout. Lot R. block 14___ '8 O___ 71 block 76_ _________ ____ __ __.___ Unknown .__. h i'
I Lot S. block 290--u----------._____ S n___ 1.21Semlnole Lot 11. Mock 14.-=====:==:=:::::::=::: Washing-ton.: :.71 j I Lot. I. I. 5. I. 1. 8.9.10. 11. block 18___ __ Hanes A..__ _
; Lot 16. block 291.__________.__________ Land u ft Lot 14bloekl4----------------------- Unknown __ 72 tat 3. block 74.________ _______ ._.__-.
. ....__.. .__ ____ uu And_ '.1 . _
. Inv. CO.n___ 1.1t 1. U.--u__ .L ______ .e 101. I nn t . w__n_____ _ Tnl"f .
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Lot. IB and 20. block 291. ____________ 8..mlnol.. Land Lots 1, 4. S. 8, 1t. 12. block 111__________ Hayn.... A. _____ 10 Y. 8. 6. block 77________________ Hayne*. A, _:::fc 1.6': VtfM

1t. Inv Co.._.___ 2.n lot 6. block IB____________.___________ Byrd. A. __h___ .7 t leis 1. B, A. 11. 12. 14. block 78.____..__ Haynea.A.. __? I' ;
" Lot Ii, block 2Un---u----------- Brown. R. U.--_ 1.11 Pmt t 14. block 1 IS_____ ". ., Unknown I..t. 1, d.4.. block 78_____ ______.____ Jonea. C. F...... I. I': -''
,., Lot 9. block 203----------------------- flf. .mour. L. R.. 1 U Lot 1.: 4. 6. block I 16Lots _::==:::::::::::::: Unknown ::==::: d 8 Lot 8. block 7S -------h---------__ UnknWI ._ i '.'" BE*!

< Lot 6. block 291----------_____________ Unknown 1.21 4. 9. IS. 14. block 16______________ Hayn".. A. __n_ 1..5'' Let Lot 10. block T8-__________ __ -___-____ - Unknowl.__IHI .,." I
,: Let' ; 14 block 205Seminole Land u& Lot 11 I. block 16_____________________ Unknown ____- .1:3 1. block 79..--______ __________ W.-. IP
'i i inv Cn----- 151 Lot 1.; block 18___ .. ____ ____.___'_ Hll S Lot. 1 and I, block 295-n__ Toun.. C. FL __ 1.911 Lot 4. block 18----nn Unknown ___ .71: Lot 4. 5. 7, 8, 1. block 79_____________ Haynea. A. ____. 1.
, Lot 2. block 297_-_____________________ __ Lot 8. block A. ___n__ .1:! Lot 11, block __________________ Darby, B. .._.. ,7. t
Bro..dhunt. I. J.1I1 10----------------------- H.yn.
Lot 21, block 297___.__________________ WII'ox. M. D.u J.U FrRc. lots 6 and 11. block 18___________ r Unknown ___ .1''! Lot IS. block 79_._ ______-_ ? Unknown ...... ,.,f'
,\ Lot 1. block 298_______________________ Lo ____ _
. Lot 14 block 299____._________________ Unknown Remino1. Land & 1.!1 Lots 1 and 4. Block 1.__:_:_::::::::::: Unknown Unknown =::::: :.6 A9 Lot S. block 80_________ _____?____r... O. A... ..ft r

Co.------ Lot e. block 19-------------------------- Darby B. ______ .71' Lot 4. block 80________ ______ Oroom*. J. A._, ,, +.
f I Lot. S. 4, 6. bloC'k.19Lnm________ Smith. J. W.- __- U g Lots IS and 15. block 19_______________ Haynes. A. _____ .Bp' Lot 6. 9. 10, 11. IS. 13. block 80_-_..... _. Harnea, A. ..__ t...
I LoKSS. block 701---------------------- S..mlnol. lAnd" Lot 11. block 19.__________________ ____ Jacobs. M. _____ .1:! Lot 6. block 80__._._____________.____ + Unknown ...... .
,Jr Lot 8. block 80 _____________ B.w.rat. ...._ TT t
\ In,. Co._ ____ J.1t Lot I.. block 19------------------------ Lanll"l"y. J. ___ .1:8 _____ ,1.
,v; Lot S. block 302__________________-____ Bu -.- l.n Lot. 1. '. IS 16, block 10______________ I I .. A.. _____ 1. : Lot 1, block B,--________ __ ? Unknown __ ..r _.
kl"y. J. Eat. .
,- Lot 10 block SOS______________________ Unknown< __ __ I.U Lot. a and 1, block 20_____________:___ Unknown Hay" ______ .A9: Lot. 1. t. !. 4. 6. block C_ __.......... Ora). a .__. 11. ; r '
, Lot 10, block 804________-_-?____-____ J.C'k..n. W. u A.._ 1..11I Lot 6.- block 10._ ____________ ______ WIIII.m. B.____ .T2: Lot 11. block a_-_________..______._____ Bally, A. ..__
" Lot 11, block 804__ ___ _____________ n Lot 12. block 0________ _________ .. ; .T' '
I -- -- Unknown 1.!1 Lot. 1. 2, 9. ll, II. 14. 18; block 11._____ Hayn... A. _____ 1.1:E ______ Te..ter.I. '
Lot 1. 2. S, 7, 8, 11, block 101.._--_____ S..mlnoh Z.and Lots 2. 6. 4. block 11.__ ______________ Unknown ____ 1.!4 Lot II, block 0 ____________________ ;.1'r.. ,.y
.. Inv. Co.. ____ 1i.14. Lot 4, block 11________________________ Covington' H. L .7t Lot JII, 8--________-__________. Unknown Hl Y
f'' Lot 10 and 11 block 107___-___________ a.Jrd. N. D.____n_ 1.911 Fractl lots 7 and 5. block 11__________ Unknown ______ '.f:! Lot 11, block Q_____________________ Hsnder.on"A- .f'
,f Lot .1.. block 101______________.__.'_ Hugh J. F.___ 1.1 Lot 1Z. block 11_______________________ t.yen..J. P._::_ : Lot !6. black O-,___?___??____.__? ., :Jones C F... .77
Lot 4. bock SO*______________..______ owls. :So __ ___ 1.1 Lot K. block. 11__________________.u Unknown ____ .71 Lot 17, block O--.L-' :..__..... .. +r Hamptol;W. 3. '.f' I
" 'Lot 11. SO*____-____ ____ _- Fran lot 1 to t. Inclusive block .... .. .1.11! CiTI't ,, .. ,. _
11 x..11 .
., __ 1"1lnll'. a. D. .__ 1.1 _ .ra; ; Unknown .----, : ; ,,
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Lot S10 _
block
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Lot 11 :
Wrlll'bt J. JD. __ 1.11 and II. block 11___.__.. ..__. H.yne. A.----- .11 ;t- ,.' '
. Lot 18, block S10...___________. D yl.on,. A. ;_-_. 7.0 0 Lot 1 and .. block It___________?_____. 1 unknown: f All block !-...__._?_*_..*........_.:V v, '.,;, '. Mle,;J.. W.. ..,. .
( Lot. rand 5. block .11.___......_____ Dine :So c.__.___ 111 Lot. t,'4. 6. 7. 5. JO. 11, II, II. block 11.. Ha.n. A.-------.1, All west railway of block 11' xeept .w I'V" : ' .. / +

," t Lot 0, 10, 11, 11. block, $11TThompson- : JiL Co '.44 Lot 11, block 11...___...____________.. .. Rfehardun H._.. .A7 iOf t..t etlnotlhto 8dffifCor I'r": " t1 '..' "
Lot 47. block 311 -. -.....?.---.- if. Lot. 1, 3, 4. 6. 4 't41 , J. Beg, / [ ,. !... .
:: : -iiif,! ,. panber J 7. It. It, 15 block 14__;: ;, ____:; "'"'t! ..?" ,' : .) ." ,. .! ; r .
Lot 14. Mock ___________(, \\ ''11 ,'; Sweener.'' 1rL.H1 Lot I.' block 14_ __.__<-_ .__ ...: ". .' Unknown ____ .'7' 1 1. wet of A. C. L.* nr. run note 10 .\o: . . : .
J. Lot 11. block 111. ______________ ewameY J. '1l.__ '1.21 8, block 14_._ _____.: _..i.. ___ Unknown .__._ .71 t..t. went 100 feet. .outh 10 '
Lot 1.. block til_________________ .. Sweeney M. D._ 11 Liot 10 block 14__-________--____--___ 7 van. 8. _____- .1' 100 feet ____.______ ____ te.t Waddle. W. D... I'f

Ic Lot 1*. block tit.-----------------," Erdm.n. J. X.__ 1,21 Lot I1. block 14_______________________ Unknown ______ .1' RMwrll'B He..h-dlvtaJ.. .1 l* 15. _
;r... l' / Lot 1. 1, S, block ;.U...._;______________ S..mlnol. Land 14, 'block 24__________________ UnklH>wn ______ .1f P. .. A ". _f "vl4di1 M.Tx .- - __
tot 18. block 24-------------- >t 15 and 16. block A Wohard.111k (.IT
t 'Lot* 1 and 10. block til__:._____________ Brown Tnv. .C W, : _C.:.: 2.00 1.06: Lot 1. block 26________________________ RrvILnt.J.c.k.on.R.W.B.A.____ .1! lot 11, block r:_-. ; .1* .

Lot 7. block 114_______________________ S..rn1nole Land Lots L 4. 6. block 25_________ __ ____ Un'known ___.__ 1.14 K. H. P. nrewarhfa Addl*u __ .
Lots 7. 8. 14. IS, block 25 ____ I.I f Lot and ". block O--- Kmva.-ttKr.-Z.
Jnv. Co.___ ___ 1.111 A. 2
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Lot 6. block 114:____ ____ _______________ RowlILnd. M. E,_ 1..J1- Lot It..wd !'. block 28_-_-_-___--_-__-_-_-_-_"_-_ Unknown __nu .... lot 3. block Q____. ____h_ _____._____ And..r.ontMoll. T r
Lot 10. I black 114-__________________..- Burton Wm. ___ 1.1 Lot 11, block 18-. I..wl. R. __ .11 Lot 7 and 8. block ah.-,.____________ 7.15 '
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Lota It and 14. block 114. Lot ]t, block 15_____ ___ __ ___ .1 .-. A441tt. t F
Or..n. J. 0._____ 1.911 _________ Anth..nf. J. .. .
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t'\ Lot 11 block 116___ ____ __ RohrbaC'k..r. I...__ J.I1 Lot 18. block 25_ .. Rp.ulding. 0. Lot 4 and 6. brock 2_, ___ M.n..r. John .. ....
.v Lot I, block 111 Dlckey W. B.___ 1.11 ,, Lot: 1. block -26.--::=::=::=:::::::::: Unknown ::: :U Lot' Y. block 3-------------------------- Llssle .... '

.j- Lot 10 and 12. block 8)8-------------_ Unknown ___"- __ 1.95 Lots 2. 3. 4. 6. 7, 9.. 10. 11. 12, 16. Blk. 26' Ilaynrs. A. __n_ 3.44 WU of lot 4. les. a atrip 46 feet wide ,
1-: Lot 11. block 81-r---- ____ Lot A. block 26 .: across west end of block 14 ____ ThompsonBarney 1.11
Wolf C. 1.11 Unknown .
.11, Lot 11 block 820______ ________________ Burn... F). T _ 1.11 Lot 11. block 26-==_ =_===_=:__::::::::: Unknown :=:==_ :H K. L. I. < A..U'..-
i. : : Lot 3. block 821______________________ Unknown u_ 1.11 Lot 1. block 27 Itrown N. R 7! Lot 33 __- _ -____ __________ Wlllson J. M., Jr t.M $
it.'J; Lot 6. block 111 ___n__________________ Unknown _uu_ 1.11 Lot 4.: block: 27==_::_====_:=:::=::::= : Mobirv:. R. J. - -_ .72 Lot 42 __ __ _____ Darrler.' Jo.. ___ I.'. p
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1 Lot 10. block 822 Olhbon. .T D._ I.U Lots 3. 4. 6, 10. 11, 14, 16. block A. __u_ L 4l n. I.'. 0.b-dlv/d..1. I.. '
!II. t. Lot. 11 and 18. block 111.____________ M organorgan. H. ____ 1.95 Lot 12 block 27______ .____ __17n_____ Ha.n. ______ .8 IV.1. IM. "7. 1t. K. I_ I. ( Add. :I
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I Lot 2. block 124_______________________ rmlnolr. Land & l.ot.2. 4. 9. 12. block 28________________ Haynes. A. .____ 151 Lot 10 and 11. block O_1_ S.I.tte. O. B.___ JOuerneey. .. +
h 'I Lot 3. block 28___ ___ ____ __ Heic. N K Cor: of lot 66. run south '
.________ Inv. Co.__ -_. 1.51 _________ ow..n. W. R .1 116
Lota I -end 4, block 124. _----- Lot 7. block 28_ feet West feet, north 136 ,
i-: Th..ma.. A. A O. I.P5 Unknown 31 feet
:\j Lot 12 and 18 block Uo._____________ Unknown __ I.PII Lot 14. block 28-:::_===::::::_::=::_::: Rhrflrld. P::=:: :n cast SIJS .... -_ __ J. 8... 4.18"
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-Jr Lot 8. block 125_______________________ 8mlth. J. u u___ 1.11 Lots IB and 3A. block 28______________. Unknown ______ .9 tVklte A l>erbr.blr>-. I..bl.l.l.. lt-- _, __ ___ '
ie! ... ; Lot 6 and 7. block 126_________________ emlnolr. Land & Lot S block 29_____ ______ _______ ___ Hayns., A. ___ P.r.f Lt 1 ,
Lots L' 2. 3. 6. 7, __ 89 Lot 4. 6. 8. Unknown _-- .. 4.1V '
..q Inv. Co.-u n 1.11 I 8. 10 block 30_ _____ Haynrq. A. n 2. r.8 lio -
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pry Lot 16. block 327 Vvf. N.
; ; 2eminolr Land_& Lots and 91 block 90' :-..._ Unknown ._h_ 49 v.c 79, run eat 117% -. _- .. -
_ U ---&- -- Tnv.-Cs;-____ ill Lois 27 B:' 13. 17. IsTbTock 11_____--- Haynes. A. __ I.n feet 105 feet, west 117)4 feet.
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/ Tat, block 12* Brminolr Land & lot 4. block 31___ _____ __ ___-n______ Thoma. C, __ .11 north feet- Sander W. J__, I.IS-
'a LoT13. Iny. Co.-_____ 1.61 Lot 6. block 31______ _______________ Jon"R. E. nn__ .7! n..l. 42 feet south of N. E. Cor of lot .
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,If- block 380_ Seminole Land & Lot 8, block ______ ___-_________ ____ Unknown ______ .7! runs south 46 feet, west 315 feet
:! Inv. Co._ 1.61Calkins. Lots I. 1.4.8. 10. 11. block 82___ _____ Hayn.. A. _____ 2.08 north 4 feet, east SIS feet.- 1 Carson C. A1.7S..'
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w Lot 8 and *, block 830 JI === Lot __ __ Beg87 (. south of N. EL
___ C. 1.96 8. block 32 n _________________ Unknown ______ .7 2 Cor of lot 80
}Ii "> Lot 6 and 6. block 330 __ __ _____ Rlrk T. __ ___ 1,26Haver Lot 7. block 82__ ______________________ Ol"nn E. O..7 2 run south 79 feet west 815 feet
Lo' 30 block 331______________________ Mr.-8 ___ J.U Lot 12. block S2_____.________________ AI.ton. L. J.____ north 7 feet east SIS feet_ H.nen, J A __. 1.71:
Lot 11 and 11 block S31-__--_______-_ Raby. F. C.n 1.11 Lot 14, block 82______________________ Tlmberlak". J._ .1 Lot 81 .___,- Mile*. K..B._____ 1.11
_________ _____ .1
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"l" Lot II, block 382 S..mlnel.. Land"J Lots I. 8. 7. block SS__.____--__-__--___ Hayn"R. A. __. Pr..p.et _..
{' Inv. Co.- 'Lot S. 7, 11. 14. block 15_ __ _____ Hayn.... A ___-_ 1.51 Lots 25 and 24__ _ -- __ ___ ___ Oirry, T. I...__-._ 1'.1' .
,. Lot 16 block 813---- Unknown :: ::.: U Lot 4 block S5-. Lot 85. Ii6. 92________ _______-____. ___ E.rl A C._____ 11.11
I Lot 1, block 834.______________________ 8emlnole Land A Lot 6: block 36=_ _=:_==_==_=:::__::,_:: fi..J.s.W ::: :H Lot 89' lea. BeK. N K. Cor. runwest Y

Iny. CO.__ _____ Lot t, 5. 8. 9. __ _ ___: 1.19 SI 5 feet. south 262 feet
I.n 10. block S6r ___ east 116 feet
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Lot 17. block SS8 8emlnole Land & Lot ,7. block 06--- H. ._ .11 north. 161 feet _____________________ Hanell.. W. T.__ LOT
Iny. Co._______ l.n Lot IS and 16. block S6__ __ ____ Unknown ____ .9 g Rea.r B._ Addltleau
u
Lot. 1. 2. 3, block 8U.n_______________ s.. o Lot S. block 37_______________ _______ Gr.y. S. ________ .1 KH Bo. __________________ Turner a W.-._ I.90 "" '

r. __ Co.-----_- 3.00 Lot. S and 4, block 17_________________ Unknown nnn .9 1 __.r. S.I.] lej e f D.
Lob 7 to 18 Inclusive, block S40 ___ .minole. Land Lot. 6. 7. S. 14. 16. block 17_______>.___ H.yn". A. _____ L L .

I. af4 block S42______________ Inv. CO.n_ 111 I Lot 10;and 12. block 17___,.___________ Unknown n____ .9' BH of lot 4____ __________________.___ Johnston J. SG.. fl!
Lot 11 and 11. Unknown ___ ._ Lot 3 S _____ lot 14 Oamden, Seb.T.1f '
1.111I 4. 6. 8, block 18- _______ H.yne. A. 1.71
Lot 17 and 18. block S44_____________ S..mlnol.. Land Tots 7. 9. 10 II, II 11. bl..ck-88________ Unkn..wn ______ 2.01 AH block"oLiirnii::miiciriiiiiiii! Hutton. J. M.___ .81

. Inv. Co._______ '.26 Lot J.! 8. 6. 6, 7. 8. 9. 11 block 89_______ A. n___ 2.19 /bees>asiei"i H.b-dlvl.lesi. of Bl.ek IIL.
0, Lot 17: block 846__________.________________ Hull M. R._____ 1.21 Lot 10, block 39_________--____________ ______ .,2 Lot. S and I1- Johnston J. M-_ 1.f' '
? IUnn _____ ______ H.fn"
Lot 16 brock S"mln..l.. Lot. ___ All Block Small. r
Land & 1. 8. 4. 6. 10, block 40___________ A. 2 O' ML------------------------- Marc7.12
1\\ In,. 1.61 Lot S. block 40____ ______ 8H of SW i' ::::::::::: Johnston. Ja LU
4 CO.n _____________, __ twn ,7' :. M
I ______________________ .pi
Sx ; Lot 1.8. block S46 W lI.. M.n_ Lot. 1 _____ ".--. +. ... ../ .
A. 1.1 and 3. block 41_____________.1__ A. 99 Bloek
_______________________ Rmlth .
:i1 y Lot 4. block 347 .__ Lot. __ Lot 1 __ QL Gilbert
,. Worlhley D. 1.1 1. 2. 5. 6. block Un_____________ A. n 1.112 --00 n ,- -- --- _, Chl.oID. 7.15 1 i
k _____________________ ----
Lot 15., block S47 Unknown ______ 1.11 Lot 4. block 42________________________ Bellamy, O. h__ .7 f Lot 1 -------n----r-_________-__.____" Dn..n. A. B.__ .01 ,
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h, Lots 1 j to 4, Ineludve. block 865Inclusive __ S..mlnol.. Land Lot 1. block 43_______________________ Unknown n___ .73 NV4 of 4____n___-_________________ _____ 4.47
i, ... Jnv. Co._______ 1.7. Lots 1. 4. 7. block 48__________________ _____ 126 B"I.r N. E. Cor. of block UL. run south
L lrl ICf 4. block S6IInclusive -------- S"mlnol.. Land 4 Lot 6. block 41 Unknown feet, west 96 feet north 78 feet

i Ib f'' block 358_.______ Inv. Co._______ 3.1. Lots 3. 4. 7. 9. 10.- -i r.i-ii :: :::::::=: :y .:':::::: d: east 96 feet -1----------n___ Rllas. Lwrenc T 08
1,1 > 4. S"mln..le Land S 8WK of block VL.--
<< Lot block ,7 ___________
L ,' ft block .. 8eImnl v. Co.Land8.74 Lot 8: block: :::=::=:::::::::::::::::: {\iw --::::,: :.7: --n ffi'lTLhi._ _I.... r, i

V.. ",: Lota'4., Inclusive, 359_------,.. Lot. 1. 2. 3. 7. 10. block 46_ __ __ A. _____ 101 Bel N. Il r. of. block C-$. run couth t

In. CO.n '.U Lot 4, block ____..____ __._________ F._____ .7' feet, w"l4 9* feet, north 50 feet '
:'", Lot. 1 4, Inclusive, block ISO________ 8emlnole Land Lot 8. block 46__________-_._________s__ Fra.ler C. H.___ .11 vast 99 'fett"JVBen -____________________ Unknown _-____ (.If .6''
J Inv. Co._______ 1.1. Lot 1. 4. 7. block 48__________________ HILyn..a. A. _h__ 1.01 SO feet s6flth of N. E. Cor. of block
f I p Lake Front Aldltloe to St. CIraA.Lot Lot 1. block 46_____ J. _____ .7 2 C S. run south 60 feet
______ _________ Wrllbt. west II feet
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f:: I 8, block S7S___ __------n__ R.mivnolr Land Lot 6. block 46______________________*_ ______ .71 north 60 feet, east 9' feet___________ Unknown ______ 11'
__ .___ __ 2.81 Lot 1. block 47_______ _______________ AI..n. J. ______ .T 5 n"l.; N. 'K. Cor. of block 4. run south 160 ,
S78_____ _______________
${ block
Lot t, Seminole & Lot 1 A. . west
; block 47,------------_________ ----- .1'1 1 feet north 150 V
r, j Inv. Co._______ 2.16. Lot 4, block 41_______ .11 east feet t..t Johnston. Pat 7."' '
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> Lot S, block 407 409__-____:__________ Thlerry E. _____ '.11 Lot 7, block 47________________________ ______ .11 I Bee; 8 .l Cor of block:rarnort160 .
,L6U I and 7, block S..mlnole Land Lot block ____ W. C., 8r. .T f feet .
13. 47 _,,_________ ______ Ve.t. I mouth 160 feet.
Inv. Co_______ .n Lot 1 and 16. block 47________1______ Eggle.ton. W.__ .. wet 96 t.et Johniton. Pat __ lf.T/
( '''Lot I and 6. block 434, ---------:.------ 'Outlaw. a. C.___ 10.88 Lot 41 B. ______.._ of lot S and t.
block __ __
_-i ___________ ___ Gray S. 8U of Wft of :
____ __ ____________
Lot. 1, block 4S7t. ___ David M H.____ '.11 Lot S, block 48_______. ________r.___ Unknon ______ .1' block M-_ ______ Fherlsro.I 3 i._ .7.1.
. deed D..le..r" Lot 1. block 4* .T H.berS.eM :.. 1

rf 'Lot CSLota _________________...________ Young I. JoI.____ 1." Lot 6. and I, block 1i-------_____ 8mlth. B. 0.---------- ..f Lot> 1 ------------See--------.it---- Rleb.r.o,J..H. .."

r .. It and 69------------------------ D.c. W.K 11.31 Lot 1. block 48V._-,-?--___-._____ Unknown ______ Lot* t and 4 ----- JakO" .. W.* (..!'. .
Lot 68 -------------.?-.-.- Zo ...kaend 504 Lot '7. block 4*___________________ '.ner. A.. E.__ .7 I Beawell'e AdeUtloau i '. :
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Lota 71 and 71. 8.in1n : = k Lot 11, block 4*_______ ___ _71 Lot .1 and) t.---- .-.-----?- --- 'W.B
.. 11.11 Lot II, blok. 48_______...__--i_ Unknown _._ .11 e- 2.111
Lol 117. ________-___.;______---- Bemltwl.Land4 LoU 8, .; 10._ .,__ Ha'sea' A.. ____ 'Li B_ '
"4' In.. Co.______ 1.1'7 Lot 11 and 1.. blockip.- ..__r- 8mlh. .. Lot II C. ... .. Sharon. B. J.:..-,,, 1,
,. ,Lot 111 _______ ....---- IJemlnole Lan4. T.ot.15. block 10< .,.,,..;. UnyeWI 0 Oakvrv A 4XM*.I** & r !
1.17 Lot 14. block .___._._.__ a. .,f Lot (. block Ar-- : ; 8p', A.. .-. ..., nl. 'r '
'Lot- ill 1_. ---, 'r,------ Unknown --.r.2 L54 :Lot L block It. __ Unknn' ...__ ..1' A atrip '0 f Tt Vide aero.ut'dAi I + v

'1 Lot 177'e--- --- .Uakaows L.__ i.t/ Lots 1 and 4, block tl-L-: ; Unknown ..__ .. Iota 1 ,,and .......r. Poalo.a.J.. 4.TTHa ,
,.. *Lotrlll, ...---r-- -- Unknown __. I.'. 1 Lot* I, .7. S, 9 block i1-o H..ne.A-?- [ ftlk.blookADdQi d.a-.' '

t U: '..' = :- .H.know. fU i Lot f blocl li___ r-__ 'Havnn.s .': K block 1.--, .. ...... .,,..... IMa1'a.' ._ .,. : ,
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-._,-"'+--- -- Unknowa =,. : LoU' block; 1..... A.,. of lot _,................. tP.t.r.tl4 .--.H-
t; 6 t 141 .. ---.-- .- fUnknewn! 1.14 1 Lot T. bfok IIL-_ __ Ortfln. 3. 1'1 of lot f blOCk a_ ---? -_ W."W. ... >
s. t14. t r .. Unknown ___ 104 I Loa 1, 11,.f, l" i blook 61.-___ A.. U 81 of lot'! and ': i. 11 .'r o"I AO T _ . r _, ,
-U. ___. -- -: -=--Uak.ow.-ar.ae-1I I : ---- y.-n newn : : ; aoUtBi ( t, "

S." PIt144! t" Unk.Own.r-.y '1..1. 1 Lot.neekbloc---r.e--L.... ......,-...- Uak.ow.-.9. .north 14 foatroaat 10*- ,, g...II' '
cr t'ill'.. I J.. ,, -Unkk.ewn: .. Lt 11. .lblo I .. sl r; i f B. 8.,14 Cor black & ran .11. 1ld"t /
: ...t//. '... I I'I'.. Jl 14.. . ; ; : ; ; J :, ,'west Ilyteetrostk'7N,10.0'0" F '
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tl PAGE, 1.. ; 1 _ .. T.RE. [ K1SSIMMCE VALLEY ,GAZETTE' r 'f .. '. < FRIDAY_ ,JUNE 1 %. ,1.14'


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) . DESCRIPTION 01 .LANp. 3W I:; r:' J OVPNE ,:; sU' '

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N a e <.0.i PROGRESSIVEBusiness
.. "SPOOK" .

W. A.. P.Iv/ek'r Ada/tiea ,
E1' nt'lot 4 block K------------------ Dann E. P.-____-n.n
Lot a, Ie. ]..g. fl. '&. Cor. tun went. 4fo.L .
north 111:11 teat ...a.t.et.. I"
141." t1. block 0_._u[____ .Jarrell, Mr.. J. T. n.II' or
y EBeg. or lot I. block 0------_...!(. B..nllAll.M..E.A. 2117 IN JAPAN
H. E Cor. or lot .. -bloettor'O. 'run .
i we.t 4$ feet. north 147.48 feet. east
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48 feet. south. 147.48 teet------------ H&,1 I W' .. I'ell. _.It--t.I.. ., an..
T" U. ...
,Lot II a"dV' br lot 6. block T _ \\'at.on &; RNd-
wood ________ 2,70EU The "God of Death" Still
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{ or lot I. Mock X. r-.an. 0 t. 4,47W
or lot I. block W-----.. L/ttle/ I iii _____ 11,1:0JJ : t
% nr 191 t. block Y ;. __ __ _.- __ Seare.MrN I"al..)' 31.112 -
Lot block Ptft"T. W/tleon. C. H._u 9R8 The
t. Haunts Vale
Lot block BB-------------------- Bellsrd Am..II 447y
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0..1. IIINeka& ... ....N"...II..aed. lIIuh-d"18. 1.1... of ," r You Should Know |

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and \\-arlnl It D A.4s> I
1.ot'l8 7--------------------
j SPIRIT OF OLD WOMAN WHO
$ 1 1rp 100' feet wr Nt I? -. ,1 !4k
'g"ro; :rI4:. ; : "
24 run weNl 94 south, WAS SLAIN BY A PET CAT
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Kuh" I. M.- 2114E.
""at Dn feet. north Ion r.rt .
... Irdry'a. 'ddlflo.. I APPEARS EVERY NIGHT
___. Newton MINK R 112J.ot .' -
Lot II -
tl ..u._ ___ _- n__ .__ _' .1lh".Ion. W B 112 ,j NEAR A TEMPLE -
Lot 67 __ __ _ _ u . ?: bmre. .1 r'-- .._ 1121.t. OF JAPAN IN
x . 1.111 T'. A ddlll.... .
1 Iota I. 2. 3. 4. 6. 6. Mark 2 "_ :O1''tr A H - 18,44h
? Lot 1. IInd lot 2 h..... S6 r...t "n: cast I ': Tokio, Japan.-The "God Death"
4' black J __ _ __ __ .___.:u____ n. eu x W r. 221'1'
+ p |I .still haunts the
W' 10\8 11 and 12. block L.__ ____.n n''h Mr. C M Uguisudani (Nightingale -
t14 A. 1'':. It......... ....._....1.10. 0' N10 .r I I i I Vale), notwithstanding that electl'i -
NIu of 1E4 of T W' I :' is lights have been there. The I
V4 '. put :
li 2" 2'.1'' I I-:: \ 7"t tLou
Leta 1 and 2."lock block 4 4 ..- O'n..I{;.t n r; 2 Hi valley is just back of Uyeno park and I II '

3. 4.('.6,. C'......... 'AA/lln.. I I, the R-host of the witch of the "God ofDeath" i.! KISSIMMEBiEGGERSGLUESS
"fs I.
. 1.a.rn..r. J
T.<>t. tl and 11. block A r" J n 7r;,. : appears almost every night. :
1-1.. IIfi Itlx.lmmrr. 16, bloeock Ilrlght.A Sml1a, it i 14 said, by the load going to the I .

f Lots 92 Mud Aa Ilanktiu! W oj I 11.; Ifnnoii! Temple of Vanaka This : :

yI ......n..... I'.r" ._ Parker M..III 'HI plate long has tK3r one of the favorite .

Lot Lots 6 II and hl.wk 7. 14 hlocl 16 fhI"r.1! 1 M 1 places for suuides in Toklo and1the I ..t f

A. 10:. Io..ga.'. ,10-01",. hi" of a\ .r people who go there for that purpose
'1 111':% of %I.:% sad N9i.' "L "/ invariably cnd,4Jjeir lives at dusk .

of N114y of NI:y.. "' 21 u", I I., F 1.1 !IJ.ot when the dreaded apparition is due to '
1.01 6.2. 'block bloc k c 7. V hux: A 9r, show itself to mortal eyes.According i'.: & RIEDEL.Notary Public Tales PaidHUE I O K. BAKERY

Yr?1 1.nl 10. ,t'IACk M-c_, . ., --. . -. .' ,- ;':t 1grr.* 'tlM:: ",SLot .... DalY j ; to many alleged' behold- | t E. A. Niemeyer,
t le ek III In Home Insured! If
4 Your
Addltlo.. eis' the'ghoHt( looks! like a haggard: i Carpenter and Repair Shop .
JAI H \block t% A Lawaua'a! -_, hral"'n 4 4 -- 95 i old woman and she is Maid to be the I ./ Why Not. Call on t'l Red Band Brand Candy

.1 apl.U.d I.d.. spirit of an old woman called, Saku Inside Furnishing, Screening A E. DROUGHT 15c per lb.

.;. NE'4 east"r of Sh19s A .C and L: jgl ;'xI%.''J,t 'IU.nmx f S:E'.4 I Sokino, who dwelt in the village of : and Cabinet Work Insurance Agency .

hte d Iand t neat' b. MikHwa&himamuia near the valley ) i: Our Specialty Room 7 Stale Bank Bldg Guaranteed Pure.
"J"'NII''t: : : : ;; Stut'i : I Phone 292.WILDER'S .
x, fit 11Lnng is: She lived all alone with an old brown l .
I I' 't.6 29 I P l\UJI. r J V. I 110 39
i fer or and NFU E:: J. Lrslr3s" t6 25 20 40"nlh' a 54n... cat. According to the tale as it is told .I STUDIO
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BV 'of Ey:: of" S1V.of S' '. I le 25 2n I" n..v.MI..F. I Ir.2WIio f in the Japan Times, the two lived happily O F. BASS.Contractor .
' or NW _ 39 2129 5 I.'hnrnellr.\ .h : to .
or NF;}"4 or N\\ ''' until one evening the cat sudden
Beg. no fart west and 210 feel north ofS. Iy got on its hind legs Is the Place to Take Your Kodak in
E. ror or RWI4 or NW',.. run up Taking a :I
21n r..".. Mouth towel, the' animal put it its .
north 210 r."I. wpM over head -
1\0 fret .ut 21n r..t __ _p ____ 29 2r. 29 I I'IIhlnWII, 3 42.B..g. and about its face. Then it began to I Films for Developing If You' Plain and Decorative
rlhr of RW". or NW'4.._ run t
R. W dance two in Painting and PaperhangingWant
J eaat 210 fret north 210 r..t. west 210'I'Y on legs unsuccessful imitation : .
feet south 210 net _ _ _- 2 9 21; 29 J' \Iln..ft W n 1n6 of a geisha dance. the Best Results.
515 Sproule Ave. Phone 67.I. .
1 or S W t'or orSWli .
Beg !10 feet north The Spell of the Mad Cat
/ ot NW%. run .set 810 fwt That began to I : .
/ north 210 fret west ZlO feet "o'h I queer things for the
f 110 feel p V. _ 2< 25 29 I H"alfrH..I..h.: ? 2 i2C.II. old spinster Every evening after ' .
4 o rINl.N that the cat pleased himself in going CLARK &: MEIKLEJON DIXIE THEATER
W Lots and t-------- -- --- - PhllltpN.' M t' 1 ::
Lot \ : :::: $rgg.tt. B 2 through uncanny antics The woman .
,,,, -wwl KII__- _- began to be afraid of her pet. She Real Estate Dealers t Cool, Clean, Comfortably

IV',,' LoC 4. block 26------------------ Ball.J M 96 was seized with a weird of fear
Lot 6. block 1\1.._ . ,__ _ n. Sutton Mra E C; 86 for the animal sense They Sell the Earth High Class Entertainments
......1.. apparentlywas possessed -
Lot I _ ________ __ __._ -____ ____ W.lk. H _.. 17.jF 9 of an evil spirit. She decided,
Lot 88 .un.- ..___-__._ -_.,. ______- __ McCa.key C 1.19 finally, to get rid of the cat. Onedayshe in Chunks. Only.

}.. All block A____Err.k._______.______________-- 1: ... Walker. H __ 6.81 put-the cat i i..... wjuxer basket and
,- Lot. 6 and I. block B- Smith M L.. . t.28 wrapped it up with a piece of cloth Your ad In this. Space will CM Yee1 j
Lot T block B----------------- A Rolfe. : l'1.t ..06Lot. In the WATERS & CARSON GROCERY The Leading Moving Pictar Show
.. 11, 11. kIJ::::::::::::::::: Rolfe, j' :5:: E.t 1 61 gathering gloom of twilightshe ONLY 11.00 PER MONTH :
went with the is Fomd at the
out bundle.
Lot U. block B-------------------------- Rolre. T. E. Eal. .86 Later .
Lot block B_______________________ w;: Hlek.on Thoa... .86 in the evening she returned with the In the Oldest and Mt Widely J Co.Everything. .
t lib lock C-------------------------- : Rolfe G. A._____ ..111ot. basket empty and told PASTIME THEATER .
2" .Ii I, 13. U. block C---------------- ,r X: Walker O. L.- t- 86t a neighbor that Read Newspaper in the Klssimraec .
? Snyder S ._ the cat had run away from her. On' Valley District.
' t It: block block g::::::::::::::::::::::: Han.ell. Ben ::: :U the following evening the neighborssaw to Beat. Gardner" Br*, II...*. ,,

t 11. block D________________________ ?... SmIth. A. GOo____ .86Llae.l. the woman go out with the bun-

H.I.I ... dle. But that time only the cat came J. W. PRENTIS
Lota 1. I. a. 1. 7. 1. t. 10. 11. U. block A_ ....w" Waring & Ed. back home. NELSON REALTY CO.
ward. __...____ 'LTTLou
a. I. 8. 1. t. 10. 11. U. U to U. In- '"a. Wa.rln" 6 Ed.cla.h' On the next evening the woman was Pianos, Organs, Talking Machine, -
r' .. block B__________________ ......rcla n____- .... found bitten to death by her cat in 9 Darliaft* Ara "
Lot 1 block B---------------------__ Unknown _____ .16 ,the bamboo back 1))
bush
y lost
of Machines.
Lou I to U. Inclu.lve block C_________ Warlnll' &; Ed- the Ten- Sewing Property'8oU *wCoausdCssUo.
'" &.17 nonJi Temple of Yanaka. The woman .
1:, Lot. 11 to !0. Incl..lve block C________ ::" ; -i--Z4, : had dreadful scratches oil her face and Broadway. ,.e'
wards ----un I.U all her .
_ __ ___ ._ over body. Her neck was so t
Lob II to 84, block C___ 00 Wartn1f d: IIId.Lota
UIta bitten that only the akin held the head :
1 to .. Inclu.lve block Du_____ W-: rn.iz.. : to the trunk. In the hope of avenging W. G. HANKINS. .

A' 10. 11. 1416. n 11, U. 10. block D Wr:: -.i--z. : ...8 the old woman the neighbors killed D. G. MTCAY REAL ESATE E. E. MAdE'

+ ,. .. ......rd..________ 1..8 the cat- or thought they did. But : Adding Machine and I
., when the AGENCY Carpenter and Builder .
"OC. G. ,867Leta dead '
: ----- w mintorl&A supposedly feline was -
.ft. t.13i. II, la,34, Olook D_.._.....:..... R . Ed. placed by the remains of its .
l k ....rd.. I..' mistress Typewriters
-- ----- Job Work and Repairing
.. I I,I,1. t. lot blook E:;;____ WarIng EaUnknown' the old spinster, all of a sudden H : .Gravstone Block
leaped to its feet and ,* Of. Saw Filing a. Specialty
vanished. The'
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1..0't" . bl oc Ie" ...... . .;._ ..._ 1.6. { For S a.. ,
-,-- ----- neighbors in <. Son Land Anywhere on Com Mission IS Darlington Ave .
Lot 1. blOCK 0.______..._.___:_________ Unknown ____...J .a' heels. fright took to their. :. ,.

Haunted Spot for Three Decades DAMN'S DEPARTMENT STORE. OLIVER'S SUITATORIUM

C. L BANDY, Tax Collector, Oaceola County This was 'thirty years ago and : COLE A UNLEY
since then the "spinster's ghost has Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Made to Measure Clothes _

!:regularly haunted Nightingale Vale. I' !
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; NOTICENotice Every time hers appeared there : Furnishings. Jewelers and Optometrists Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingHats ,

was sure to be found, later, one or Cleaned and Blocked

la hereby ctven that the following described lands or so much two persons hanging dead from the : 5c and lOc Store on Third Floor. lit Broadway. I
. r thereof aa will be neceasary to pay the. amount due for special drainage trees. The old watchman of the Ya Phone 61.
.. taxes. levied under the provision of Chapter 6466 Session Laws of 1913 here naka cemetery, familiarly known I
I In ant oppo.lte to the aama, together with the co"t of such sale and adver- as LAND CO. I.
;i tlsinc. will be sold at public auction on the sixth day of July A D 1914. In, "Gensdn has lived there for many : HUNTER i
'f. ; front of the court house door at Klsslmmee Count of Oac.*ola and Stat years and is a confirmed supporter of C. F. DIBBLE & SON I V. R. ELLIS
of Florida said special drainage tat aeeeaemrnt-for the *ear 1111 1 -- the story. The very sight of the Real Estate, I'I

,'I'': ___ __ __. _.__ .__ ghost, he insists, often makes people : I Electrical Contractor
; I 7J 'I I commit suicide, and only a person born Properties that Will Fancy Groceries

I I :;o: 't ;- ... under a lucky star is superior to her j Water and Light Collector
t d sN
. I c- influence. : Please Phone 154.
-'1- 0 "i I i ::I c"Jt : Phone 220 Darlington AT .
: = : ..... The last time she wets seen she got *
t. : 0 I I4------tei.r j I ... ,,11 upon a tombstone and put her- gray : I
T. "" -f- .. towel by a branch of the CO. ROSS GRAVES
C.
t tree H.
-- over STANFORD
J: f All __.___________.___::._::::________ 2 n S639 Soutll"ru CatonIxatlon = her. Then she turned back and looked When Coming to then .

,' .. All ___ _______________u______________ II 37 34 641 Southern. Co.U Colon- 61 at the_sexton in a way that made him : ry Goods, Clothlac'. and Shoes, Hardware, Furniture, Stove, !I DOLLAR LIMIT STOREAgricultural
''z"lIon Co._ __ 32.72 yell and run. '. !! Don't Fail to Bring Your S..aUt '
r Mrs. Makita, an old woman who Implements, I I Change. Your Dime Last .
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.Colon-.T' __ _______________________________ 3Ut keeps a tea house in Uyeno, goes there : Furnishings and '.... Building Materill, I Like Dollars.. Six: RoIU
, Izatlon .Qo.___ 3267 every morning fromh re home in Shi- VV___ lOc Toilet Paper for 25c.
.j' tamachi Kanasgui, and returns every : Notions.DUTTONHARRI8. \._ Paints. Oils, Etc. Purson & Rainey. '* '
Coln37 evening through the haunted _
j cemetery ... -
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II: ,.. Iza.tlon Co. __ P9 84 Sometimes she meets there a .....
4 All --_______.___________-_____________ -J 37 3. 640 Southern olonII person who asks her whether she has : CO. .WENNER-SAWYER ERNEST L. GREEN

All ______a__._______ ______________ 23 17 34 64'1 .Southern Colon.tentlon 3PBi not seen an old woman passing her I
. // Co____ 31,111 way. The person who puts that ques- Sign Writer and Decorative
All ________________m________________ 23 37 34 641 Southern Colon37 tion to her is sure to be found next : Shoes Book and Stationery! I Painter
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All ------------------------------------4 34 612 aouthrrn ''olon- morning hanging dead from a tree, ..

Ixlttlon tro____ 32.71 she says.-New York World. : I
t- All ___u______.____________________... 25 37 34 642 Southern Colon- ( 106, Broadway. I 26 Broadway. Phone 233.
V. Ixation Co___ 86.U I
, All ___-.n' ____________________ 26 37 34 641 Southern ColonIxatlon :.. OH.; JOY! : .

All __________.___________________.____. 27 31. 3640 Southern '6'.i: : 6508 That Summer's- ; here. : KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. Get Tour Candles Fresh From tb.1 v .............. --
laattop Co___ 3067 Is one cinch bet ARTISTIC JOB
i All eall pr river______________________ 29 37 34 600 Southern Colonteatlon : I I PRINTINGEY..thlaC
", Co30.65 Today saw for the Ho.... CANDY KITCHEN '...
.All east ot river. _____________________ 31 37 34 610 Southern Colon1 : : A silHouet. : The e8t.-t.'at!' Man and Machinery

-.1, All ____;_________u_____________-__.__ JL 37 34 640 Southern Colon: 6367 SHALL PULLMAN :, E. O. Garland 23 Broadway Can Do.
64.98hallon.
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All east of rlrer- 2 37 31 310 Sou Colon PORTERS BE PAID Manager. 'F. C.
Howe Prop. The
1 Co___. 11.03 Valleytia slits
1. All .."tlo..1 cad Lee.rvejed- ,
California has taken the bit in her :

East or river. ___:nn. ____________ II I 37 23 400 Southern Colon- teeth and proposes to make the Pull.. .
1..Uon Co____ 2055 Your ad III this Space will Coet Tea LET US FIGURE WITH a1
1 ,'.' All tractional _u_____________________ 13 37 U 298 Southern Colon- man company pay its porters living :
$ L'' lzatlon Co____ u.ao wages so that it will not be necessary ONLY SUO ,PER MONTH
All east of ..Ivor-----_________ I' 37 II 110 Southern Colon- for the public to give generous tips : On That Next Order of '
, tl r t.atlon Co___ 11.11'' for la th. Oldest and Most Widely Printing j
AU out or river______________________ 2. 37'33 UO Southern Colon- service which the company oughtto I
.....1I01Co____ c..a provide. Thirty days have been Read Newspaper' Ia the KIs- Oars is the Better Sort. ,
allowed in which to comply with the .. denote Valle, 'Dbtrict.
Co I. BANDY order. We hope other states will fol The Valley Gazette.
Tax Collector or
O.eeola Counl low. We have in Pennsylvania a com-

.. .- mission whose attention should be F. R. LAWSON :
/: '! called to the same matter. Don" Overlook the GOOD PRINTING :


{' "" ..i'YotJ'should read regularly mosynary The Pullman concern.. company It: ,.pays is. no 8 elee-par Cub 81.re .VARIETY STORE Depends on the Man and Equip... .;

,. cent on its stock regularly) not many
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;p.I. 101 Broadway -We Have the Best of BotV ,.t
1 years ago' paid an -extra 2ft( per cent .
dividend in cash and in the last few !
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: Gazette"Florida's years ha* Issued over 100,per cent in II Bresdway, J. B. lIaDemdx, Prep The Valley Gazette

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surplus on hand. It.can. easily afford STATEMENTS NOTE HEADS ,;h
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to pay it* 'employ* living ,.wages. W. B.IIAKINSON. co. BROADWAY FISH IUUET

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"" Board of Trade 1 1I 1I I I Kept Yards .



it oijR PRODUCTS WERE DIS I r ;MMI BOARD OF TRADE INAUGURATESPLAN '

s' PLAYED AT COUNTRY FAIRS TO INSTILL MORE" :I'' J

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RESULT. PEOPLE: ,
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II'' I At the meeting of the Board of ,i The' Board of Trade has made final "

Trade Monday night, Mr. Lorgneck, ]iI it s4I arrangement for the giving.of price _
f who moved here less than two years to those who pay the most.attention
ago from Illinois, made a proposition I iI to their yards and lawns. -4 ,
that if the board would subscribe five I I At the meeting Monday night:EL:C.
Y I hundred dollars he would *6ll M'A first I Stanford.chairman-of committee....
class exhibit of the products of Osce- on municipal improvements, made-a "
ola_count and exhibit them. at the | further report on this' m.tter.to-the:
S s county fairs to be held in Illinois this effect that his committee -had decided
iv fall. to divide the city into two -ctlona..a;
a Mr. Lon neeker came here principally silver cup to be given the section.hav.!
I! for hg| health, but after a stay I ing the best leapt yards;and lawns,
r+ of,a month, and being materially improved -I and a ton-dollar gold piece to the other F
he decided to locate permanently section. ._;...
v and engaged in trucking, with ,i Tuesday afternoon the committee
'y, the result that he has made a success ,iI I went over the city and decided that
}i and believes that if the people in his !! .... the_div .I""p. would be -divided by
native state could see what the possibllities I, Wood street,and Darlington",avenue,
10 of this county are that hun-I I I HANDSOME RESIDENCE OF HARRY THURMAN ON THE LAKE SHORE. I Ii :that. is,-all south of those thoroughfares
and
dreds would come here locate. would be Included in ODe division F
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And in this we agree freely with and all north in the other. The t
Mr. Longnecker. But the one troublewe I deles on which these sections will be ,
have found that prevents our coun- !j SEVENTH DAY Names and Salaries of CLUB inspected and prise. warded.wUlb. .'
q ty from going more rapidly to the HOUSE announced later, but It 1* generally understood .
front is that our own people are i that it will be ,in the early
IF' selves ignorant of. the many th.m-j Teachers Next Term spring, and that the lodge will be ,:
4(' ried opportunities and Daring penone who are ..pendlnf.the winter , a
!; They do not seem to comprehend that j ADVENTISTSCONFERENCE FORMALLYDEDICATED here and have no to 4'

this I.I by far the'most favored section -,: ''c govern their: declcioos._,. '"' !&>;. '"?.> :t. '
' of the United State in many PROFESSOR R. M. EVANS AGAIN ELECTED PRINCIPAL OF OSCE- There i I. no question bat what the
way They do not appear to know I action of the board will hav. a coM '
,, that here we have the best climate, I I OL HIGH SCHOOL AND MISS EMMA YOWELL PRINCIPAL OF effect la that it will create a frtewBy
'w the best soil for citrus traits, trucking I I THE PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. rivalry among oar people a* wU M
anyekl.crop, the healthiest locality t create more civic pride. ', '. "' v *,
Vin of the world and as openhearted -- Kissimmee 1* and has been for year
and generous people a* can be I The Osceola County Board of Public Albina Smith i B, Mis Emma Flitch; famous,for Its handgom.lawns aad''
'. found on earth. Instruction, at their meeting' .Mon- erenth, A, Ml** n; garden, but now thattb.' Oari.ot.,
Did'not OsceoU county take more I Will Be Held In day appointed the following teachers, B Miss Lola Lawfer: sixth A, MU I In The trade 'has offered thus landowner
r price at the Mid-winter Fair at Or- Probably to the several schools of this county. GleeWoolridge; B Miss. Jean,Thomas Presence of Bril- prises.'we may-expct.sea oar ettjrbecome
g, .]and. in February than all tbeotherY as well a* fixed their salaries: ; fifth A, Miss ilarriett Wilcox; B, a veritable 'Garden of; Edea. ?
Veountiea competing combined T Have Kissimmee Kissimmee high school No. 1, principal :- Miss Myrtle'Bobbitti fourth. A, ,Ml* Nothing-can or doe do more to ad-J ,
"w* not the best school system of any $226 per month first a ..tantprinctpal. Louise Tbomason. B- Cecelia Ove '- .. ,JilQtlAt8 bleg8. vane the interest of a city than beaoUfol -.
e county In the state? Have we not ... $90; second assistant principal street t1U ; A,'l4rs:VfVTBrrttai; B, .ground turroandlnr-the'kerne*.'
l the purest, water to be found any- $90; tenth grade $75; ninthgrade Miss Lottie Lawler; second A; Miss and this fact has been ,. -w nderfal-,
where REV. W. IL HECKMAN, PRESIDENT $70; eighth grade, A, $65; B, Clara Stute; B Miss Medora Russell; NO SET PROGRAM .RENDERED lever, in, inducing .people from -th
If we ,have the. things, and we OF CONFERENCE HERE $66; seventh A, $65; B, $08; sixth A, first grade, principal.% Miss ,Emma BUT DELIGHTFUL ijorth and west.to Ixato ....... J .t. a
1 surely have and more it I. our duty $65; "B, $65; fifth, A, $65; B, ifs; Yowefl; A, Miss Buth Clark; B, Miss EVENING
to let the world know of them, and the THIS WEEK LOOKING OVER fourth. A. $65; B, $65; third A, $65; Justin Safford; expression Mra. D. SPENT. ,,,IN SOCIALENJOYMENT '
fault is.atourown door if we fail to THE GROUND. I- B, $65; second. A, $65; B, $65; first M. Cooke; music'Mia Myrtllla F. .. .
a take advantage of the opportunity. Mr. -. grade principal $75; 'A, $55. ; B, $CiO. School ,.(, H.; R MAYLUMBER
School No. $40.. ,No""2 ''A.hton.'C. P. Balk- 1 '
.J ongnecicer-Offers, especially--wnerr-iv Kissimmee:; 1 I. into J The much 'anticipated event-the .
coming
certainly
costs but the meaal-.um; of five hun School No. S, $(t). nap, .- i: formal opening of the club house
dred dollar :. the limelight a* a place for big gatherings School No. 4. School S Shingle Mrs." H.' -
$45. No. ,>
took
place last night,, and the:'flower
and convention, and It is a '
(' 'Every county In Illinois hold a fair ,School No. fin. $40. Steffee. *', >ttr' : of Kissimmee' social and business life 'I T
some timeedaring.tbe 'fall,to which question of but a short time until we School No. 7, $50, $5 to be paid out Schoof .No.<,5, ,Alger, Mrs G, M. w* \present to dedicate this magnificent
everybody and his.cousin attends, and will be forced to build' a conventionhall of S. S. D. fund. Folk. J building to the' pleasure of our
we venture the statement that a half sufficiently large to accommodateat I School No. 9, $45. School No. 7. Center Park, Lillian people... "
million people--would.-. xhiblt least a thousand people. School No.:10, $40, .._ Id : -? 1 -=The reception wsnchedulsdfrom7I -
from this'county. The latest bid along this line is the School No12: $50; $10 to be paid School No. 10, Bassville, Miss Ruby I,i to 10 o'clock, and barely had the houri COMPANYWill
.+ As to how this five hundred dollars Seventh Day Adv.ntists' annual con- out of S. S. D. fund. Bass. :i f arrived before a line of auto- were
is be would that ference. On Monday Rev. W. H. Heck- School No. 13, School No. 13, Whittier J. P. Hawthorne I I .
to provided, we say I principal $90; $25 to | drawn up on the extensive lawn on the .
and Mr. H. Shreve herein
i as it is the county* a whole that will man A. were be paid out of S. S. D. fund; assistant principal, and Miss L. liaw-II I lake shore, and the building was filled ,
with the officers-of the
profit by the plan that it should be conference principal, $50; $5 to be paid out of S. thorne, assistant.School i I with ladies and gentlemen. 7,.
i voted by the commissioners. or at I Board of Trade looking to the holdingof S. D. fund. No21, Mulberry Springs, I I I A of this
4; least the.major part'of it, the balance their annual conference in this city. School No. 14, $40. Mrs. Rhoda Lucas. I I building has more than magnificent once- Gut Fifteen, :MiHJn ;
,', to be contributed by the cities at Kis- This conference Is held some time School No. 15, $40. School No. 29, Pleasant Hill, appeared In these columns, thereforeit
the month of October and is in
simmer and St. Cloud. during School No. 16, principal $90; $10 to Ola Campbell. MI..I-I would be but repetition to again
) i This matter is now in the hands of session ten days. It requires about be paid out of S. S. D. fund; assistant School No.;4Q, NarcoosSee ( ) into details as to its construction, but go Feet of lumber.
r,1 the committee on imlgration and com fifty tents to accommodate the people, principal, $65; $10 to be paid out of L. A. Young. we repeat that-the building i I. one of .. ,,
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; mercial'relations, of which committee which. number about six hundred. S. S. D., fund, and six teachers in the School No. 25, Ashton (colored), the finest in Florida. i> the most com. _._'... '''.IfJ 1>0 .
4 Mr. D. G. Wagner is chairman, and The gentlemen were exceedingly grades at a salary of $60 each; $10'to Melita Roberson. stands- the
is plete directly on
they will make a report at modest in their demands in return for be paid each out of S. S. D. fund. School No. 49, Clarkes, Miss Katherine -I lake appointed is surrounded by a SECURE TilE TIMBER RIGHTS ON'.
meeting of the Board of Trade,ewhich bringing this conference here, asking School No. 18, $45; $5 to be. paid Shadoan. magnificent lawn. Its equipment consists A LARGE TRAcr. ,OP LAND tON
will be held dn the 22d of this month, I only lights, Water and ground ro- out of S. S. D. fund.
have of reception rooms for both ladies EAST'HORE. OF
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vided free, all of which in
1 to which meeting a general invitation we School No. 19, $45; $5 to be paid 040440040000404040. and gentlemen dining bil- LAKE. .' ,
room %
a e'' has been extended all citizens of j plenty and which they were told out of S. S. D. fund. 0 0 liard room, bath rooms, lounging room '
h Kissimmee and surrounding territory. would be furnished gladly and will- School No. 20 (colored), 4' NYE WITH ..,
principal THE *
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ingly. UOR.H. R.K'yDot..n1y.a ...
$45, and four teachers at $35 each. 4 I I. furnished with an to color In .. -
The answer as to Kissimmee School No. 21, $40. Gordon Nye a well known 0O which-has been eye mayor, but he 1* pee of the:bat DW
displayed the taste ofa
JTOMATOES: THAT I selected above the other cities place School No. 23, $50; $5 to be paid newspaper man, Is now connected real artist. mill and timber men in Florida-in, '
in nomination ia now being consideredby out of S. S. D. fund. $ 4 with The Valley Gazette .1 I The reception was under the direction fact, he make good at anything 'he
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the general board of that denomi School No. 25, $35. 0 in the undertake '
,CAN'T BE: BEAT capacity of advertising of Mrs. R: W. Meikellon, assisted '
i ination and is expected to be forwarded School No. 26, $30. 4 manager. : by Miss .Carlin ton and Mrs.. W. J. S. A. few years ago he was the log man: ' ?
-I ed Board of Trade within the next School No. 28, principal, $90; $25.to 4 Mr. Nye has had years of exO I Carr, and for brilliancy and perfect ol the Kissimmee Lumber companyand > i ',1
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I week or ten days. be paid out of S. S. D. fund; assistant perience in publicity work, acquired 0 .ness has not been surpassed.these spent his time riding over the.
1 ;MISS JOE BERTA BRYAN, COUNTY i During; a most pleasant conversation principal, $50; $5 to be paid out of S. 4 while handling the promo- 4 .'parts. The 'refreshments consisted of wood Instructing hU'gahg which tree
AGENT, EXCELS IN with Rev. Heckman, that gentta-- S. D. fund. 4 tion departments of New York I I punch, cake, coffee and sandwiches, to cut; then he wa elevated to the '
y.l GROWING THAT 1 man was asked why he desired to School No. 29, $40. 4 and Chicago newspapers. Mr. '''each of which had been prepared by position of superintendent of that -
VEGETABLE.Tomatoes bring the conference to Kissimmee, School No. 35, $45;. $5 to be paid O Nye also has been very successful experts and ante the par excellence of company, when ne moved Into.the cityW
i and he replied: out of S. S. D. fund. 0 In .directing'real estate anad + real goodness._ and discarded the" o.ld and worn-out
I i "Why, it Is peculiar you should ask School No. 40, $35, $5 to be paid out < land publicity. The club house is now one of KIs- and.addle mule the for an up-to-date auto, ". ;
that weigh twenty pounds i such a question when you people without of S. S. D. fund. simmee's principal Institutions, and at IuLcitrelectioa..he.--: /
to the peck and are sis firm and well exception declare Kissimmee to be School No. 46, $40. 440040440040404400F. will repay its member ten times over nexed the job of chief executive of'
;, as any that even grew on a l II directly in the Garden of Eden and School No. 49, $40. in pleasure what it cost to build. Kissimmee to his list of duti**. >
bussed I have The following teachers W. Walker But even the* thing did not com
;;;; vine. i you so persistently kept that were appointed who has just been re- 1
Who Ir"w.th.m, ?1 1M I statement before the people of Florida for the Kissimmee high elected a member of the board of up to his Idea of what duties a real t
; Miss Joe Berta Bryan,' the for the past five years that there is a school; Princip.lf R. M. Evans; first county commissioners from -the Bas- COL. JOHNSON business man should perform;;; therefore
M Osceola county agent of tomato clubs, i multitude who believe it, whether it'is assistant menla Leitner; sec- senger district, was here Monday to he organized the H.'B. May Lumber +,
and who has made good at every step' true or not. And as ;you know it ond assistant, H. R. Tate; tenth grade, attend the regular 'monthly meeting RETURNS HOME company, acquired the timber
since she assumed office just after the is our desire to get as near the gates Miss Clara Ledbetter; eighth A, Miss of the board. -. right on thousands of acres of. land '
first of the year. / of eternal blessedness as possible, we I i lying at of Lake Tohopekaliga. went '
Miss Bryan appropriated a small naturally would want to hold our conference Col. Andrew Johnson who left for to Jacksonville on Monday and pur-f
fed, plot of ground in the back yard of her !in a place that in some way Johns Hopkins hospital at 'Baltimore chased a thorough equipped mill,and!,.
#q, parents, corner Clyde avenue and Em- resembled the home of God's first A DollarDay"forKissimmee more than ten week ago, where he a* soon a* it can be set In the midst'' .
mett street, for her demonstration handiwork in the shape of man. underwent serious surgical operation of his holding' he will begin the work
r work believing that she should set a "But, speaking Seriously, I live at returned. to thi-city Sunday of undoing in three minute what It'1ha . .' f"
., mark to which her tomato girls should Orlando, your sister city, and am thor night and I* now at Hotel Manhattan. taken. nature twenty year to ae-.... '. IP"-
The Valley Gazette Dollar for Kissimmee. The compliah -that is be will.convert the
;- + work, and her success has been so oughly acquainted with the many advantages propose a Day Colonel Johnson left the hospital
f great that there is no garden however Kisslmmee possesses as a first one to be held Saturday. July '1 ii. On that day every merchantin against the advice of his physician; a* fifteen million feet of,long-leaf yellow;; '

,experienced the gardener that excels place for such a large number of people this city is expected to offer special bargain to home and out-of- the operation-was performed on May dressed lumber.'standing' in the forest_ into... ,' r
.'... the tomatoes on the vines' she planted, al attend r annual'oonference.. town customers. 16th 'and he a*. yet- had too little Of Mr.- will- han. hi of-I/o. "'";
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and.taked. trength to undertake-
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:i. :1.1!\*.laid On Tuesday she ,had a crate of tomatoes of the state;.second your water 1* a* The idea i i. for-the merchant t ,to .m. ke.every effort to how the railroad trip, but the colonel.tbouaaadmil. said- flee and yards In this dty,-and the Immense
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-. i ; on display at the Water sit pare a* can be found; third _it can be public on Dollar Day "jut hey Mca a J..liar,will briaf. s.Wi1J If he' was going to die be wanted to force- he'wl1'.sipIby'.m'add,

'.If..t : ,f' Canon grocery. Jitore, and they at- reached by rap from every+' part ofF7orida'and afford, an excellent, opportunity-to Kiuiminee -extend: pass cut" In dear, old Kissimmee. and .much- to business' life of. a .ramree.[ {

-I-t.. traded a* roach attention a.l any veg- fourth you bat; a* hos. their trade territory' and The.Valley Gazette hopes'to-bee Dollarl*? If he was going to get,well, he'would William Arnold,'son of$... and: Mr*,' ;,
: : i etable evr brought/o, this market", Bound.,..Christian i peoknow 1'can be become feature of do so twice a* fast her a* he :wouldsnywhenelp W H;Axnbid,,fell from tree i.the r
monthly the'dty--tin. thatwill
a advantage ..
.y HOT they were a* .near perfect a* to. anywhere and. we will : 'IWork.t tie' \: oa earth?for bar the old MethMltet church yard JAmday .
"" . matose get to be.. -welcomed with open hand, open of both' beet and'seller and to they!;, general!. ,prosperity oft thecommunhy. air was pure*the-water.wa* par, the afternoon and *..stii ed.a seven frae.tor ..-; ... .
1' ";, ,If.11"" 'AgDea' Hrrtt.the *.tateJ.apDt heart and open homes."Klsshnmeei 1 h- ., r' .\v'.*.,#* XXV! '...V; I ..' 'I*.*:.'. food 'was _>ur.aadr the',people. were ef the right wrist, jbotfe koa*. ba.ling "
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i i do't fir( the a splendid city.and I know the Seventh ,. / f his friend. . . d, .< ... . "'. '" ._
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y ; aiBryan 'KThe' Gazette, between now and July.'J 1 i 1.M roras .. gave Dollar.. pay: <* ,1: ; :>. >*. *'' broken-jTbtby wee tcarricd.to '
afa, !r: ".Im"prbe, 'wh7;; '; think Day Adventistswill make !no all the' : .-ClonelJehjison .la yet.(in Iiel7' the hots..iof.W..dB.i Harris'and, Ada' .4; ,
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Vienna -
,' Fla., June 4, 1914.. WINSOMEWOODS University of has established iF ,ACTUAL IU for the two weeks
MURDERS chair -of social medicine.As .
Friends a .
E. Union : .1 endingJun 21. 1(14. "
4 secretary i I. home again. Leav Industrial hygiene Is the most-Jm- Alexander, Mrs.metes. H. .M.Sadie. .
/ 20th, getting back June portant branch of this subject Professor = .. Overitreet. Mr.a.Babbitt. .
April
the head of the Mr. M. Julia.
Teleky, depart- .
away Just six weeks. CASfrVAIlUE Bird. Mr. T. J. Pollock Anna..
: SUNK place visited were St. Peters ment, early became interested in tuberculosis DvLonir, Mr. Rove. Mr* BL& "'".
Lake Magdalene! Ruskin, Tam != as an l industrial-disease, and Fisher. Slo' Sumner Dan.FolbaerLeona. .
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." logically was led to study the effects I K.
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at Tampa .Lakeland Griffin Mr. 1.ebeLThomasissPenalty ,
'... __ district ,of different occupations on wave-earn- MI.. MozVlU, :f, ',
Winter ing children with a predisposition to Moeella. Woodhara. J. D. ;

Oveida., Union Sanford Center, Munroe in Makes Over His Defeat -'I' this disease. He found that in Germany Is The .Assessment'Placed Allen Hunter Ward. MlM Nancy.B. '
Killing Occurred at : district;; also the Union Merry as well as in Austria there is an 'Poatma.tel': B. SIMPSON. "r.:.t

in the colored school, Robert unduly high tuberculosis-rate among \

'weirs Turpentine near Winter district Park.Crescent for The LegislatureINVITES youthful has shown wage-earners.that while in Kayserling Berlin the I' Upon Property In Florida The average young 'man's idea of y ifs ."If,

and Jacksonville. This tuberculosis death-rate for all the lat- being wealthy is to be able to go intoa .'
sixteen towns in three er years of life has fallen since 1900, restaurant and recklessly) order anything '\,
of
: HIS 'NEWSPAPER no diminution has been found in the I ORDER, OF TAX COMMISSIONER he wants on the bill of ban .

ANOTHER CHAPTER :was loyal and royal BROTHERS WHO RAN SEC- death-rate for children of wageearning HAS BEEN FAITHFULLY CARRIED without looking at the prices and do- ,'.
Von attributes the Ing a sum in mental arithmetic.
THE LIST OF NEGRO twenty-three homes. I' was OND TO JOIN HIM IN age. Pirquet OUT BY ASSESSORW.
rise In the tuberculosis morbidity-rate
t TI RDERS IN were out"union a. single meetings place.in St. BIG FEED. during the years between fifteen and I. BARBER. 'c"J
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IDA MURDERER and the Tampa "City Un- : twenty to overstrain and undernutri- -
I" f IN JAIL In all eighteen young people's Woods, Clarence E. Woods, who was tion in apprenticeship life. There has been any amount of discussion *

It r ,,of our union and one junior recently successful in being defeated Teleky has shown that sickness increases and speculation as to the man- $ $ $ $ $
2, visited or in for a seat in the legislature from Lake among children who leave ner in which Assessor W. I. Barber
about 6 were personally ,
.. Sunday evening, with their leaders. As county, and who edits the Eustis Lake ,school for work. The increase duringthe arrived at the value of the propertyIn
negre, known as Benny named Rice hot more- than fifty-five Region as a side line and which, by first year of work is not great, this county. The following circular Saved by purchasing / .e,..
another
j. killed negro societies now in our the way, is one of the Lest; newspapersin but in the second and third years it is from the state tax commission will set '."
still of
rell at the turpentine people's the south entertained his fellow and in the fourth Is at that Select Home Ai.
located at Ashton, in active condition, it can be pronounced, year rest question: It ?
miles Blackball east, of St. Cloud. I was able to get in per- sufferers at a banquet in his city on higher than the first. ,Office of Tax Commission, State of Choice Farm 'L:
with, a goodly proportion. Monday, the 8th, an invitation to I He then took up the question of con- Florida, Tallahassee, Feb. 25, 1914.
/.- From information obtained fine for to dp it. which this editor received. Woods ,trol of the choice occupation so that To the Tax Assessors of Florida: Vacant Lot : "
me
: those living at the still, It field accomplishment was ,knew hen he sent us the invitation we some regard might be given to the Gentlemen: nl order that our instructions - ,ifa
OC"Acreage
l that Rice who is not over twenty of almost ajl the officer couldn't attend, for being a newspaperman welfare of the child, and that underdeveloped to you as to assessing prop--
i of age, but is extremely, tall districts/ and three state otta Jong--&nd varied career, he 1 children, predisposed to tuberculosis erty for 1914 will be understood and 3,
j" heavy, had been paying knew that we didn't have carfare to : might be kept out of occupations that no confusion may .arise as to con-

j the daughter of Terrell, who is "live wire" plans I tried, to take our person to Taft, much less the in which too great demandswere struction of same by the various assessors Ask Mrs. Summersof
.r. man, and who had been a First. To find out when beautiful and thriving little city of made on their strength. In we desire to say: You were

r many--years-tor HT. : '01 'C dnditton of'ait our-ex int- .Eusti=,"aeveiUy. miles away."but we [Vienna medical control; of' such matters instructed to.assess. the property at 50 the Elite Realty Parlor 608
f was considered reliable and and the possibilities for appreciate: the invitation just the I is easier than with,\ us, because per cent. of its true cash value; this Penfield street South Kissim
:,,, and peaceful, and was told to Second. To "talk same, and tender the Chesterfield of :of the well-established system ofl'apprenticeship means' that you are to assess the prop-- .
away from his home and not to growth.This is greatly'needed, for in the Florida press our thanks for same. Most industries employ erty at half of what it is actually mee.A

ft peak to, the girl. nineteen Christian Endeavor Some day, some time, we are goingto physicians, who examine applicantsfor worth. The true cash value of prop- choice 40 acres of citrus
1 Rice left and no more was there was found but societies meet Clarence, and he will have to apprenticeships, and may reject the erty, both real and personal. is the land bordering on a beautiful I
\ of the matter until about 6 Magdalene, Tampa and Kis- explain how he came out of a two physically unfit. Theoretically this is actual value of the property when sold lake. A rare bargain.For .
t F Sunday evening, when Rice Presbyterian church. I 'met months' campaign with money enoughto a !food system, but Teleky has foundit by the owner voluntarily in an open
Terrell's home and called to in the latter place, buy even a ham sandwich, much ineffective in practise. The physi- market under normal conditions for rent--a new 5-room plastered -
come out. Terrell at once daughter, Miss Wither less a banquet for bum editors and defeated cians are almost obliged to accept or cash or its equivalent to a buyer willing bungalow; flowing well; ,
door, and without a word of ; but was not at a junior meet- candidates 'for county offices. reject applicants according to the to pay the price asked by the sell large lot; suitable for a garden.sss5s.. .\
Rice placed a pistol to his third "live wire" was the Maybe hte can explain the case to our state of the labor market. Also the er. There is no difference in the true
r fired, the ball going directly give from each society five satisfaction, but right here and now best.paid industries get the strongest cash value and the true market value

Terrell's,heart, killing him. or less, if necessary to the I we give him notice that he's got a boys, while weaker boys must accept under normal conditions. --
The shot aroused the negro fund of Boston. man s Job on his hands. lower wages and poorer conditions or, We desire all assessors to comply
ters and an attempt was made furnished street car, hark The invitation and bill of fare folMesum. go into the unskilled occupations, strictly with the resolution as adopted 000000.0000.00000000000000 I

ture Rice, but he succeeded> in to large extent. The "dol- lows: which means that the children who by the assessors' convention in
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!' away- on a bicycle. Sheriff on the secretary's last year CALDWELL, HANNAH, most need it are not protected. sonville on February 2d, and Jaek-I
,, was communicated with, and helped on railroad fare and RUSSELL, DYKES, M'LENDON. 1 1 I Realizing that the choice of occupation property on the tax books at an When in Need of a -
deputy and dogs reached the expenses" the journey, and M'EADY, MERRITT, HUX, HINSO)4and should be made'durmg school life 60 per cent. of its true value. Forced VETERINARY SURGEONCall
shortly after 9 o'clock that collections at United Brethren' THOMAS: and with the advice of teacher and sale price does not measure value and I ForA. --
M 'at once struck -the trail and Tampa, and in Ruskin "and Beloved Fellow Sufferers: doctor, Teleky, with the cooperationof should not be your basis of assess F. RICHMOND
m it to the big banana grove a Center helped also in this way. IT IS DINNER TIME! other physicians, opened a consul- ment. Loughman Road

distance from Taft, where he were socials, a picnic, a real You are expected to bring your ap- tation clinic for school children and, We hope you will conscientiously Phone 121-3 Kissimmee, Fla. -.
J; owing to the roads being much picture shows, and a host of petites, your good humor and a brief I their parents, in which advice was carry out our instructions to the end .
eled and the negro walking and things planned to give campaign speech to Billie Schmidt's' given as to the occupation for which that all property will be uniformly assessed - --==== ,

ing his wheel. good time." The first twenty restaurant next Monday, June 8, at the child was fitted. as is contemplated by law and I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' '
Sheriff Ingram reached had to rest quietly most of the high noon, and let us drown our sor- lie found that disease is producedin set forth in our instructions of February -'
N .early the next morning and but three towns. Then com- rows( ? ) in a sea of soup, etc. (See working children not only by' im- 19th relative thereto. \ !

began notifying the officers the itinerary planned for some BILL OF LADING ATTACHED.) proper conditions of labor-heat, dust, Kindly let us hear from you in regard -! H I.W. WITH B "
route leading to Jacksonville, before. BE GAME! insufficient light, stagnant air-but to this and 'greatly oblige.
ing that the negro would eighteen pe9ple's and The Lord Loves a Cheerful Loser! also by the work itself-the physical TAX COMMISSION. I
young .
.make hi. way out of the state inter- Don't you T Sure. overstrain placed on an underdeveloped I
personally
direction. society follows: Presbyterian, The other fellow beat you to it, conga organism which should have its OF COURSE.! | Fire, Life, Health and AccideatINSURANCE'
as
&, The negro being unusually ; were Congregational, six; United rn his pictures, so let us have a energies conserved for growth. After The Lady Judge-I'm getting tired !
his age, and having bicycle, Union three Chris- Farewell Get-together Consolation studying the problem at first hand, .
four; ; of these requests for postponement. ''
w not' hard to locate him, and Feed and eat 'em alive, as per following and seeing all efforts to prevent the What's latest ? I .
society. exuse '
t Hand at Sanford captured him that the long-delayed Bill of Lading, which I promised disastrous effect of labor on underde- The your honor 'UI,
probable Lady Lawyer-Why, your I
'o'clock.: Monday night although of an active: state sec you I would provide Free.Your' veloped children fail, Teleky finds no we only ask you to give us Successor to '
toreed'to shoot him in the leg Fellow Sufferer, remedy save the raising of the an-I
age-
and department superintendent other week. The fact is my JI
CLARENCE E. WOODS. NELSON INSURANCE AGENCYOld ,
\ 'he would: yield.If'Rla ) limit for employment. The age of
be resumed in real earnest yet; dressmaker is ill and can't get her goIng
had kept to'the of our executive board i. to R.S.V.P.-Rle-ht- Smart Victuals Pre sixteen, he thinks is early enough for to court gown finished until that \,!

., it i I. probable h ,would be at 1'"C called southern conference at pared. children to enter industrial work; and I .,
State Bank '
a 'now, bat'when he reached 1 June 12, and it will like! even at sixteen the transition from date.The Lady Granted. Next Building '

,,,+ stole a motor boat,and' 1 appreciative and would-be- i iI. BILL .OF..,.LADINGIN school life to industrial life should not case.-Stray Stores. I ..'
N -'cross the river but the I. worker. THE SOUP be too abrupt. He agrees with Kaup -'jl'
out when short distance from Man" that for the youth under eighteen the - -- ::
Rice abandoned the boat In GRACE A. TOWNSEND.. ) r "Old Long workaday: should be limited to ten
Irish 1 Sam Owens I
1 I and with his bicycle.Jield over G 'Free Oranges-Beans a *' hours, including time for three meals! : ,
i waded ashore, and -'- : AL SCHOOL CHILDREN. A. Arthur Le '. Mutton with each week at' least three hall ,
1 the sheriff' knew for and and each ,
; undoing.for not often realized that Irration- J. II. Compton Cukes holidays study sport,
the Mian w.-l.-oaU.d-to- a two weeks' vacation. The importance I
year
ls "who reach insane agv- W.; Ar'McRae NewCornG. a \
halt but the- knew his of such -
negro investigations says 1 q I
.
adult life have probably W. Scofleld Buttered Light Rolls n .I
' early Medical i I n
stake and to American
at attempted get Chicken"J. the Journal of the 179
indi Edge "Spring
J ,on his wheel, when the sheriff during their school years Day JuiceJ. Association, is that child labor by lowering -
distinct- A. Manson Grape
t ,bullet lodge in hU leg. that they were either resistance in the child may favor , u' 117yt 's
xz;t'' Sheriff Ingram was notified in intelligence or were of C. Hethcox Lady Fingers the development of tuberculosis in f 4 ,
Senator Fletcher Ice Cream "
minds. This constitutes one tulle iAar
4.- Tuesday morning went to children.
'4p brought his prisoner here, most important problems of Congressman Sparkman Coffee
familiar Judge Avery Buttermilk
school life. Those
the afternoon train. Rice is
v voi .
OUR BOG WEALTH.By
Shackelford Cigars.Maxwell's
know that Judge a
.. ?l' jail and will be tried at the systems pi nn v, k I
Favorite Watermelon. ;
o of the circuit court. most of the difficulty in man- I
i a class, particularly of boys, is ( E. Van Benthuysen.)

by one or two pupils who are Statistics show that there are

t'r!r; to ordinary discipline. enough unclaimed swamp-lands with
MAKES these pupils are a little
BACKACHE in Uncle Sam's domain to make near-
than the of the class
average ly 5,000,000 farms of 160 acres each. ",
they have been left behind in KISSIMMEEPROOF If placed side by side they would ,
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their added
QUICKLY examinations, and make a tract large enough to includeall
superiority of strength gives of the New England states, New ,I
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an unfortunate influence over
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and New
York Jersey i
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A Few Doses Relieves All pupils. Often neither teacher Florida alone could almost cover

'.1 q:.." Miseries. Bladder a can govern; them. They South Carolina with her everglades ,.!

.Jr,k 9 Kidney Trouble) and all the cunning of the insane Ever KissimmecReader. ,, and kindred tracts. .
Convince
Should
,- mati m Promptly beast that no one can I Louisiana could -blot Delaware ., ,
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t';, them and no one dare touch and Maryland, and have a good mar '
fn tact, the mothers of mahv .
It is no longer necessary gin to spare.: The swamps: of Minnesota !'
one to suffer with hoys admit that they have al The frank statement of a neighbor, Michigan and Wisconsin, com
4'' ". lie)' trouble, have disagreeable uncontrollable. bined, would cover nearly one-third ot; I"J.
the merits of remedy
: der' and'urinary disorder to some places particularly the telling a either of the two last named states. -'
W with, or be tortured with cities, special schools are pro- Bids you pause and believe. Since it is cheaper to drain than t
A ti.m. stiff/ joint, apd its for these deficient children, but The same endorsementBy irrigate, and the cost of perpetuating Dollar h

', 'wrenching pains, for the'new this class of pupils either some stranger far away the improvement is but slight, the fact Every
ery, Croxone, quickly and of such schools, or they are that drainage is now one of the prom
., sieves all such trouble kept out because they ex Commands no belief at all. inent questions before congress'Is no ..1//
Croxone is the mOlt unfortunate influence on other Here's a Kissimmee case. strange.To H.

if", remedy yet deVised for of low-grade intelligence, oft- A Kissimmee citisen testifies. the west a new Impetus' has -you deposit in this Bank helps YOUR town. It is ,;>
yttem of uric acid and advantage of them and cruelly Read and be convinced.G. been given through irrigation; and i It
invested here Loaned
right -- by us on gilt-edged security ,
I all the poisonous impurities them. One or two unmanage- has added much to the nation'i
'''I 1 came such trouble.. It i is ) who consume the teach- S. Millard, mail carrier R. F. D. wealth. Maine and Florida, Minnesota to those who wish to. build or improve their /

different from all other without purpose and set a No. '1, Kissimmee, says: "I suffered and Louisiana have preaentedtheir J s

""1: is not like anything else example' to the other pupils considerably from dizzy spell and need. for help, their possibilities. props ea. ,"-.

,.; ,i for the purpcft. It set on create lamentable disciplinary headache and! too frequent passages As long ago as Washington's 'tIme, ,
ciple: of cleaning out the in the whole school; and the possibilities of swamp-drainagi
1 removing the caae. schools in this, country are be of the kidney secretions. I used two were noticed, Washington himsel Perhaps We Can Help You 't.

%; It soak right in through the under, such conditions. boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills and got seeing vaguely great agricultural re

':';, ,.membrsne and IIinelike! '! school teachers can tell of being quick relief. I look upon Doan's Kid- sources in the Dismal Swamp. In Such An Undertaking sN!;
I neutralizes o'd or'even of threat- .
.sponge, being Pill a* a reliable kidney; remedyand The soil is alluvial, literally garden
1ft,1I"1""'s snakes. the kidney sft out with. ..n wee.n/hna._u. Kir_, such chlldren' ney prepared by nature. Similar site )
ii: h :awa,.. all the uric acid and few have preferred to have take pleasure in recommending. already: reclaimed show an exurbanceof.egetation. We are always ready to oblige our customers when it y
.. .i.from. the' blood, and lean & to do with such pupil and them." I And If one wishes bif
t' .i:.'" ';'.." veys y and urinary ,organ allowed them to go their own Price 50e, at all dealers. Don't simply onions and cabbages let him seek th e is possible, and consistent with safe business methods 1 :

i ;" 'catropge healthy and well than suffer the worry or i ask for a. kidney remedy-get drained swamp land.
";'!' ,m It. mstters :not how long risks involved in the attempt Doan's Kidney ]Pills-the same that There is untold wealth in the bottom '

0',f if.suffered,, how old you are, or discipline such papUa Mr. Millard had. Foiter-Uilburn Co., of these bogs and with theii STATE BANK OF
.u ion bar used the very public has not been aroused Props., Buffalo, N. Y. drainage will come freedom from mos, ;
/Ooxone la such,. that it is danger Involved In the failure qultoes and their attendant malaria.
"t ,>?possible* 'to,take-it into the : and' segregate .deficient NOTICE.Ylsleee .
4sytem without, result. as adult lunatics are sejT- Florida's very efficient state boa .: KISSIMMEE '--. j

r 'tsaiothin ;. .l*. ..on ,>earth, like for the sake of society. !; Fla.June 1,1914. ofhealth is making a great record f o: ...
]tatts to work the minute you subject has been'placed fn the To the Public Generally itself in its fight against malaria an( '.

-,and rdUe!: ..IOQtth. first : 'by tha'murder of;'a-school ,- I have this'day disposed of my, Interest other preventable .diseases. Florid;! Capital'stock -------------------_______________$100,000.00 4
; la ,western New York.'' She known the
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'In-therlnarketa as stand head In healthfulness amonj 1 ','
It p' tl" ;,'ilaiwltb; 1paln_ I many'teachers have Pedal Roll) Bass market, and ,the Bass. southern states. Resources: ever ?----------------------------___ 400,000.00 ",oj,
J v*> *ny-) with this class'of pupil and Bass market, to Mr.'Henry T. Bass, fv
I .>1sack".w.-/ trouble; or- g to visit,the father of one who now becomes sols owner and who I Tampa's "free baseball" movement o! Officers and Director '
t i << swelling Ie order to secure a mutual un will ,receive all monies due the late for the coming summer months will be

i1 itl>.'eyes or'in'tlte feet and between, horn*''and school. firm and assume all their:liabilities.: !la;winner for that city. Hundred y C A. CARSON. Presu J. M LEE: Vice Prert. :'
y 'n an--.en01l.tired, and conditions of the murder- seem I thank our patrons-for their!many. poopl...will,.be attracted to the ;.. .- tkat-h wnI-morwof favors'and'-assrrtheir';: :conttnuanesftward.my : > -durinrth..on-w1ao--would; 1 not1>ro< -- --M.KATZ; end-Vice Pre.t;--- -' --- 'e' -
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:*:rrOozoa.'wilkQQ1ckJy| \|relieve than a erImIna1dMcL,:,! stieeaisor.V. ;.' 'i. .J: -/\<"*'" .
f iFOnr mIa...,..' You can secure of this problem,' says, . OfeDIA.BASS..How ., i 1.1. ROMA THOMAS Cashier
... ... ....Between being-thej: .woman who 1
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.r.-aah"pacbt' of Crow .:_at : r ,of the _AmericanModica: ; "-- ..,.... ;;>
z aOBt'."" ..y,' 'nt--da.I:' 'ftQui.... 'expert' medical '... can a.woman go to church.with I ...husband.never' 'come'homeand.. he t1I, ,
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authorised, .' Indeed' in some places a deadbird'on her, hat and sing: so"' who. husband i* right)lOOerher fee i-i'I :
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-.f fconally, urn the l>ur hsji..p. t expert aid is already. ,:ti..d..in the Yonder, "When" the Roll" is J.Called.. 'U pL.very. -time she .tries .to'. torn."around / _
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I week for Mr Spangler's house in.sec:.- ShiesI' girl, Nocktochei: Onunawah '
Where The Sun'Always being :
tion two. MANY (OUlDNd J:
Apopka ''II' Ir..1. It Mueller bat of tomato quite a remarkable ..young''char ,
patch
*
R acter In the great Seminole.war..' Now '
plants that are fourteen months The Air Fragrant With I do not mean to give you th. story of ;GUESS, MS NAME
.... ..__ "I, old, have borne .continuously and are the' war in this Article though Its \
"prot'J.'ii.) ; Newman and family left'now full of blo.IOIII" green fruit and Perfume and 1a1ige.Blos89ms'*" wonderfully interesting in,connection: -" -' '"
e., Tue sa Y' morning, for the mountain'ripe. fruit 260 ; with the history of the state and quite How many men In St. Petersburg
t'' of North.Carolina, .:where'. they. will E. J. Keen set out orange and. M r ao in the history of -We county and can toll the name of tit. 'man who ran
s1Send the' "v.mm. grapefruit trees last week. the town, of, 1mmee..where some with Mr. Taft on the republican ticket
,l? II. ID.; Ceiger of KI..lmmee'vilted Mr. and Mrs" Jas. Boyle 'expect.to: The State Bank of Kissimmee.. some' daughter., and I meet them everywhere fierce encounter between the white against President'WQsonZ Who wa
.;hI. mother' Mrs. M. A. Geiger Aerefrom build .in Orange Center .in'the near three month -ago, offered a' prize of ; fair bright and practical andI and the Indians took place: on the the candidate forviceTres: \,dent T It
Saturday' until Tuesday. . .of this future. (20( in gold to the person who was bow my head In-reverence, knowing banks-of,Lake .Tohopekaliga.. 'It.oe la likely that only a few men Iii St.
f 'week.F wintering here that wrote the best descriptive they are the joy of their home today, curred. more 'than seventy year ago Petersburg will be able to answer the,
? 0..: Davis made *. business trip to story of this city and county and will be the brave wives and 'srwieetmother and lasted over seven ,.eafl.nd the que.tloL'' In gathering-- ina semi,. 1'''
L Orlando Tuesday going over in Ms and had it published in a paper in the i 'of the future And right here name Seminole in Indian means "wild, public place In St,;, Petersburgwineaody. -*.
''big,Hudson auto. Il Union- CenterGeo. II town in which they lived, and the prow* perhaps I may as well 'touch on the runaway Indiana.". Osceola bore himself .asked who had been the repub-
.'businesl1sltOr dent of the board of trade and chairman dark side of life the colored
J. F. Brlggs was peopleof bravely on the side that appealed lican candidate, for rice-president: .t<
.1,. in Orlando last Tuesday. of the board of county commissioners the south-the shady problem of to his great heart and seemed to.lead he last election. Nobody. knew /.
Rees W.:Vincent'of Zellwood gen- Watson of Chicago and Miss i were selected to pass' judg .. the present as weft a* of the future..I a charmed life, a* he was nearer But St. Petersburg is not the only
eraJ salesman for the Watklns/Ex- Bessie Lawson of Orlando spent Saturday metA on the merits of the articles. They are here, and in a few Instances wounded, but died; at Fort Moultrie of place "where the voters are as forget.
tract company of Winona was a business ,and Sunday with her parents.Joe This work the undersigned have per- 1 they own their homes but more often feVer. ful. In other places that candidate
visitor In Apopka J" Monday Story of Palm Beach visited several formed to the best of their ability/and just live a* they: can; only working We have visited some citSesr tarrieda I. forgotten' just as'completely as he
,; supplying our merchant: with his line days at the home of Mrs. Geo. lave, decided that the article following enough to keep soul and body togeth few days in others stopped in smaller i. here. For instance the following
of-Iioodl. Haye last week : written by Mrs. J. H. Bull and Jer. For more money than they are places, traveled on' the railroads, anecdote was, clipped an ex"c
>\ .Judge' H. R. May and family of KUImmee Mrs. Belle Landen is visiting with published in'the Downsville (N, Y.) '(I worth they' do some of the manual "getting bird'seyeview* of :many hang t. ,"" from,> .
t
motored over Sunday and relatives and friends. As soon' as her: Mews, is entitled. to receive the prize labor that must be done in this busy towns, and in all our wandering* have V. O. Lawrence: 'an Oakland'buainessmanwas ,
spent the day very pleasantly at We--- new house is completed on her place of |20 in gold. I world. Born lazy, and with not.juuch found.no.. placeas_MBr-.rt.ght, ; asJCissimmee. talking to.the. Rotary:
'i Springs. The judge made a short she will make this her permanenthome. S. J. TRIPLETT, i intellectuality and a* a rule, no am- It's not a great city, 'with club of Oakland, Cat about advertU- ,
visit in a way over and Prest .Board of Trade.' bition to be great, good, rich or hon all the terrible city ways.., and noises, In ig. ,
\ was very favorably impressed with Mrs. Newhart of Klssimmee visitedat E. L. LESLEY, I il northern make a conundrum that we but. a fine, beautiful town, with,plenty "It you want 'to get t'I ," ha
I our city. the C. H.Funk home last week. Cham. Board of County > people may thank our stars ijof room>> to live and breathe. !Miles slid, "you.must advertise. contnuaBr.',
A. J. Walker made a business trip Frank Bryan is enjoying a week of Commissioners. we know little about. There are j and miles of paved streets hard clay The public forgets. 'Just to prove this
S "to Winter Garden Tuesday in the in- country life with his friend, Dwight I churches i and schools here for them, roads and concrete sidewalks; quite, a to you I will give a prise to any mars ,
"# rest of his telephone business. Funk. HERE'S THE STORY. I"and I think the white people are con- railroad center, with train, coming here who can tell me offhand who wall '..
VP. >fc W. Walker has the lumber on Geo. Cooper is spending a few daysat i I tinually making efforts for the uplift I and going continually. Being the President Taft's -running mat. .at the
the 7 ground with which to build his the A. D. Story home. To the dear home friends in old New and betterment of the colored popula- county seat, "we have .the great red lastelection.. Ill venture there isn't a
l: jut* residence on Orange street andVork Mr. and Mrs. John Beeman, Mrs. York state, I Bend greetings. tion. | brick court house fine school build. man' here who can remember the name
of building is already well un- Mcphatter and Mrs. Cahoon motoredout From away down south in the land **: Osceola county is the finest and I Digs, grand churches, immense business although it was a household word with; '
der way. This will be quite an improvement from town Saturday and spent a of cotton-from this 'dear sunny most progressive of any county in the blocks, wonderful store where all of us'at .the time." v.'r
% to that part of the town. pleasant day with Mr. and Mrs.. Weth- southland of magnificent trees, with state Florida. With its climate | you can buy anything from a shoe-tie The speaker paused while the 100 t
Harry Clark has his new residenceon erbee. their beautiful streamers of the weird ; of perfect I to. an automobile, and many, many men in the room pondered. Finally
Orange street now almost completed C. H. Funk has rented his pastureon old gray Spanish moss, or tillandisia; town., lakes and islands beau- I I beautiful resrdences, set like gem in some one asked i ? '
e-, and it will soon be ready for occu- the north side of the marsh to where the roses bloom all\ the year tiful woodland, orange groves, and the midst of trees, flower and vines. "Do you know yourself who'' it
Messrs. Homer Partin and W. L. 'round, and oranges, "the fruit of the greatstretches of wonderful farm I Now don't make a mistake, I pray was T? Lauwrence laughed.;
t pancy.W. L. Pannell has cleared all the Wetherbee.Ben gods," the lovely golden apples of the lands, there is nothing lovelier or you, and spend another winter in the "I do not!" he admitted; ,"I intend, "'
trash from his lot on third street and Barber returned from Plant south are almost as plentiful as the more desirable in all the sunny south. frozen northland. amidst the ice and ed to call .up'one of the- newspaper*
i now has one of the prettiest places on City Monday, where he has been for' white sands of the sea; and just at At the "Mid-winter Fair," held at Or- Know,'but come south:-come to Flor- today to find out but I forgot It." ''.*"
which to build to be found anywhere.On ) several weeks. this time that wonderful perfume of lando in February, it took the sweep ida-come to Kissimmee, where the Such is fame. Yet many merchant, r
the fifth Sunday in May Rev. Mrs. J. K. Hilliard, daughter and the blossoms is filling the land fit stakes prize for general excellence.. climate is perfect, where this sunny some of them right,here in this city
E. Lee Smith conducted a meeting at son, and Mrs. Masters have returned emblems/ of sweet girl brides. No won- Here in Kissimmee we have the Os southern southland spreads out like a refuse to realize the advantage of advertising '
Osteen, Volusia county, and in the afternoon from Green Springs where they have der that down through the ages they ceola high school, also many other great beautiful picture book-this en- and persist in hiding their
Mrs. Smith organized Sunbeam been spending the past six weeks. have, been eager to carry bouquets of firms, business and buildings bearing chanting region where the sunlight is light under a bu.bel.-St. Petersburg
Band with quite a goodly num- Mr. Newhart is visiting: at the pleasant the fragrant, creamy white blooms to the name "Osceola," in honor bf the undiluted gold.-Mrs. "). H. Bull. Independent -
ber of members. Both Mr. and Mrs. home of G. B. Lawson this week.I. the altar. great chieftain of the Seminoles. Per-
Smith zealous, earnest work- H. Wetherbee spent two days of We are sojourning in Kissimmee, haps a short sketch'concerning him
ers in are the very great cause in which they last week in the woods helping drive Osceola county, about midway north will be interesting to--the readers of PARCEL POST CAUSfSTUEtOWN' FOREST fIRES: HARM> ,.
have enlisted and their influence is always ca ttle. and south, also east and .west, -in the this article. His father's name was
felt whereever they may go. Everett! Smith returned from Bush- state. The sun almost always shines, Powell. He was a white trader among OF TOPIC SOIL FERTILITY
C;, R. Roberts formerly of Oscala, nell last Friday, where he has spent but with a breeze from old ocean on the Creeks of southern Georgia. Hemet .. ,
but now located at Winter Garden, I the past three weeks. the east, or the light winds from the and won a beautiful Seminole .0/
-r was in our little cityuMonday talking Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee and daughter Gulf on the western coast' it is simplya maiden whom he abandoned when TO GET NOTICE-HOW ONE A definite relation between the
sick and accident insurance and was Nellie spent one day last week at delightful climate. The balmy air, their son Osceola was four years old. FRUIT GROWER TOOK AD- amount of humus or vegetable.. matter
receiving some encouragement along the C. M. Smith home. redolent with the fragrance of the Some time after that Chekika. the forsaken 11!. the soil, and its crop-producing ..
Lawson is spending a few pines, is giving us such superb health wife still and VANTAGE OF THE PARCEL '
his line. I Rosier young attractive power as shown by yields of com, III
A Woman's Christian Temperanceunion days at home this week. that we are persuading ourselves thatwe crossed the border line between Geor- POST AND given In figures Just issued' by the.-detriment 'k
has just recently been organized The Misses Blanche Lawson and have found" the "fountain of per- gia and Florida and .sought a borne, MADE.GOOP.Washington of a agriculture--. department
here with Mrs. J. L. Smith as presi- I Ruth Harvey visited with Evelyn petual youth. The word "Kissimmee"is with the warlike Seminoles of the' therefore;ad"oeate.th.-lI"-.ot'

dent, Mrs. J. E. Hickson, secretary, I Smith Saturday afternoon. a sweet old mystical Indian name, more southern country. There she D. C. June 11.-Tropic various method to IDtrodu the re .
and Mrs. F. S. Witherby, treasurer. Lloyd Harvey of St. Cloud spent though the real"ble'to true meaning of it no' trained her son Osceola or, in Indian was a mighty smlf dot on the map quiredhumus, into the soil. i
They will hold their regular meetingat Sunday at home. Come again Bob. : one has been find. Nevertheless vocabulary. "Black Drink," to be a in the orange belt Florida until the Experts of the forest service'state
the Baptist church Saturday after- No, the ladies haven't been asleep, there are fine old. tradition and[ warrior and taught him all the warlike parcel post came along, and letteredits that the 'soils"of the whole-country. ,
noon at 2:30 o'clodc! at which Mra. Al- just, enjoying the summer weather. beautiful legends which we would fain traditions of the Creeks and Sem- name in red ink. and particularly :;of; the ..south,"have .;.
fred Eldredge will render some choice With the help of each one in the com- believe is the key to the pretty name. inoles. Having in his veins the bloodof The products'conailUnl principally: lost and are losing {Immense.amount*
selections of music and Mrs. W. G. munity the items from Union Center It's a lovely little city of five or. six two superior races, white and red of citrus fruits, were at the mercy oC of.thi* source of soil fertility-through
Falton will give an interesting talk. can be made Interesting to even a thousand inhabitants{ along be- he was far above the average IndianIn the transportation ,companies, .until forest fire which Apparently do little
There are plenty of watermelons stranger who may chance to read side Lake Tohopekaliga, which means intelligence. He spoke English, the the parcel post law pointed the mmedlate damage. but'xob: tbs-soMie
now on the market and they are sellIng them. So please tell the ladies all the. sleeping tiger significant of what language of his father, also Creek and out of its difficulties. Its orchard.were way. accumulations: *.*!Y horn**. .:tnanr :
at fancy prices: news. might be in time of a great storm, but Seminole the language of his mother. producing wealth that might-be part*., f the south land ben eleartor *
don't forget that onSaturday usually as calm and placid as a north Thus in his manhood ". farming and where uch forest "
Mrs. B. F. Wilson was in Orlando I And say, picnic dawning we see classed as "untold-!' if'OIily the fruit ,
shopping last Tuesday. June 13 Unlucky data ern mill-pond-aa we can testify, hav he was handsome, lithe, cunning and could be sent to market but the railroads land has not been'burned,.there i* a
Rev, E. Lee Smith and family returned Don't you believe it. Picnics at Union ing sailed on one of Captain Johnson's crafty, as well as Possessing the superior were unreasonable andthe express large percentage of vegetable matter' ,
Monday afternoon by auto Center are always a success. The program beautiful boats the entire length of it sagacity of the white man. His companies were prohibitive in which providea considerable fertility,
from .Umatilla where he filled the will be fine, the dinner will be one sunny, summery day in January. whole heart was with the Indians, and their tariffs. The fruit wa allowed to aad .al J good texture. Moreover'this
TUmlpit., on Sunday. fine and the place where it is to be is We meet here the ideal southern he became a great power among.them rot on the ground because the markets soil ha a greater capacity absorb
C. H. Baker, agricultural-- adviserfor fine. Come spend the day and grow people, courteous and hospitable; fine, in their determination to keep the were closed to them and things. and retain .moisture, and thus 1% lea,
having time.1HE tall old men, real "gentlemen of the lands of were likely'te; be washed.and. under
Orange county, was a pleasant young in a good old their 'fathers to beautiful mighty black for the people of Tropic ( gnlil ,
and while LADIES school;; and beautiful women- Florida, instead beery.ralne,.For these.reasen*.. .
Monday
visitor Apopka until, providentially, the parcel post leiiv.
lovely and gracious-typical: southern and transported beyond'the.Mississip.pi. inC, out of account the .....
of farmer some
here gave' some our to their %(
came rescue.
., suggestions along the line of FIGHTING THE FILTHY ladles. And the young people-bless He married a white woman who Geo..F. Ensey. a-Tropic fruit standing timber the department. au'
'
I grower
l' FLY EVERYWHERE thetpl--are America's own sons and child thondes
'Md'that fire should
stolen when 'and
Horn-growing. Mr. Baker is .wellI. daughters. was away is given credit for the metamorphosis sre'ngt
,versed his line of work and is proving \ The state food-commissioner of Illinois who walk aa Handsome though they young are proudof men brought, up as a Seminole. m.iden.Her: of the town When the b* rigidly'. .,kept.out':of.;woodlands.. *d> ,
benefit to.our farmer* in name was Chechoter or Morning dour 1 IL
great charging
a in "swatting"the their companies were a
believes hot simply honor, and are beginning. to '
in
b.ndUnIL.nd. carlng.for'their crop full filthy fly; but in the exterminationof dream dreams and see vision of their had Dew"four, ,children the Indian/the language.two older,,boys'They box to haul si'box of oranges to:the :: ::
5S\.I ; p
/, B. .WUlOn has hi. .opened a that disease-breeding pest, and .he successful manhood..And girl.-beau northern markets and .the?,railroads :
names not being given in history'andonly
'j line of groceries In new store build. gives this advice V tiful girlsnothing dear and fair asserted they: had no freight car forfruit
:t ,'ing on..Fourth ,..street... His' entire. ,?' >!. Don't, buy, food from any- dealerwho and ,lovely. in;.all :the ,land ,as" ''our two known '''as a boy>young Onunawah warriors.the, and) aStanford's Mr. ,Ensey, with a copy of the ADVERTISINGFive;: : ,
younger,
stock .nd ;
convicted.building: every.thing .refuses fight the fly. ; parcel post law in his hand,.began? to .
with the business rls '2. Don't purchase fruits or vegetables , figure. 'Then he wrote to all .deal* I ,
to new and absolutely sanitary: Those offered for sale unscreened. era within radius of 600 miles, offering Cents'i' Per line : .
r r-- fresh Jrooda..ahould: _not '
wishingnew-- --3.- Don't patfonise.jmy. dealer who them oranges in small! lots at .
fail to call on him.F. hauls your food through the streets -- ? 1 prices considerably below the wholeaalepriceesteblished /.Each. ,".InsertionWANTEPTO .. . ?;.. .;>.
receiving "
S. Witherby is constantly and alleys unprotected. by the commle-
[ new shipments of groceries to re- 4. Don't eat fresh fruits without sion houses... The-retailers're d Mr' -'botrow $200-for( =oae .,
place the goods sold. He has quite a thoropghly washing or peeling them. 'I f]IStanford's I Ensey's letters and smiled dubiously. year at 10 per cent.., Can give good
much
, lucrative trade that he very ap- 6. Don't keep garbage or refuse The plan they thought, was hardly security to go, on note .with me.
t predates. around the house. feasible, but if Ensey wanted to mail Address "M care of Gazette. 24-4t
r W. T. Wilson has bought and resold 6. Don't throw dishwater and similar them oranges and he wantedless than
eleven building lots in Apopka within\ slops into the yard as .this they were already paying and he was WANTED-Yards and lawns t! ,lean.. ;p
the past month and he told the Newsman "draws' flies. able to make deliveries in good order I do the work right and guarantee
that he-)expects to see houses 7. Don't. allow flies to get on the and he wanted no money in advance- satisfaction. If you will drop a +
built on every one of the lots before baby. well they thought they might try it. postcard addressed .to me I.will call '
,; Christmas. Then tell us Apopka''' it 8.' Don't allow your neighbor to be paced' orders at first were small. :, and make estimate: on -your-:work. h
,.: not growing. 'If you want to secure a careless as to flies. He his oranges (into crates of A. J. Outlaw Kissimmee Fla.-
home here you should not delay as 9. Don't forget to notify the local not more than eleven pounds, and he T.. .24-lt-pd ;
,'.\ prices will advance from time to time health officer of any fly nuisance. sent: out good oranges. The fruit ] c'
and you will never buy again as cheap -This is good advice and an observ- BIGSALE growers were willing to trust willing AGENTS WANTEI*-We want a 'reliable .
iii' as at the present time. ance of it will go a long way toward for their money, and Ensey was man or woman in Kissimmee ;
Leonard Stewart the Seaboard rail- solving the fly problem.The to trust the "out of town" deal- to look after renewals and new subscription
f. 'way agent at Zellwood, was a visitor solution of the fly question depends ers, so he got his plan under way. to Metropolitan.The!I
in Apopka last Monday. .upon! the_ ethemseLYeiAD! -U- wasn't longbeforeEnsey -Jvesratagaiine In AmericaThe" :.1
VACStarbiTd and wife made a bus- when they' ate all properly impressedwith began getting repeat orders accom- work may be done in spar timea d,
: iness trip to Jacksonville Wednesday the necessity of getting rid of panied by checks for his last ship few hours each week Liberal pay
I. "y and are expected to return this even- the pest the latter will disappear en- ment. In a little while the postmasterat for whatever time is put inNo investment '
Ing. tirely. Tropic began to complain of over- or bond required; no previ- + '
Prof. J. C. Nixon left Tuesday morning work because of Ensey parcel post our experience necessary. Full Instructions
frr! for Leesburg on a business trip. GARDEN WORK IN SEASON. shipments, but Ensey wasn't through and supplies sent free ; ,
N"" Mrs. Nellie Booth made a visit to Also Mails Ve-rrabl-B; Give two references. Desk 14.JMET-.. 1
'-. Winter Garden last Tuesday and returned staring: weeks may be gained by The orange season drew to a close ROPOLITAN MAGAZINE; New ,
on the afternoon A. C. U train. I many of the flower and vege- and Ensey began to branch out in York. 22-2t-pd
J table seeds in boxes in the house, 'hot- I business. lie tried tomatoes and the
bed. or other protected quarter. Glass results were as good, if not better, WANTED-Active representatives in i +i
is the best protection for plants; but than those obtained from the orange every community earn from. $fiO'to }
: when a glass is not procurable, thin mail order scheme. Enssy-found that $150 monthly representing. the\onl7
Orange Center II white cloth makes a fairly good sub- he could pack his tomatoes in small magazine published in the interestof
stitute. Market gardeners grow near- boxes, stick on some stamps and reap Southern women. An ext a rd
k ly all of their early lettuce and some a profit. (inary liberal proposition! for ambitious -

,5 Dear Gazette: The invitation to other vegetables under thin cloth. It Still Ensey would not stop. He included people.. Turn1 your spar moments J 4n;
come out and see us is still on. Every admits both light and air. Why not beans, peppers, pineapples and into dollars. Write for.full :. s
day. now puts us in better shape to try some this spring? cucumbers in his marketing system particulars: today. Southern:: Wom ,
show what is being done and, by the The best way to secure very early and Uncle 9km carried away hi* stuff an's Magazine, Nashville, Tennn. ;
I' ,, way, the graders are at work on our plants is to start them in the seed boxor as fast as he could wrap it Now 25-2t-pd
I l' i Orlando rorid. They are working on hotbed, soon as the seedlings are it is not known whether Ensey-hsd ,
the north end now and will be here in large enough. If necessary they may included the possibility of an Increased FOR SALE.
the next week or ten-days. It looks be grown several weeks in the small BEGINNING JUNE 27th weight limit in his plans or whether -
good to see a nice wide clearing pots. There is no check in the growthof he was just lucky enough to, have FOR SALE-Four-year-old. ''mare s 14
through the woods. We are somewhat potted plant at the time of trans it turn out that way but the firs wagon and horses.; All.in beCcona' **
chagrined, however, to learn that our planting and the work may be done at thing Tropic and Ensey knew, the dition. Address Robf Snyder,'Narw a'eooesee
+ commissioners contemplate leaving a any time-morning or evening, wet or postmaster-general had boosted the Fla. 25-2 -pd '
four-mile gap lit the brick road from dry weather. The ball of earth holds ENDING JUL Y 7th weight,limits to fifty pounds and' En+ q ; +
. i Orlando to the Osceola county line. Of the feeding roots together and prevents sey found that small packages were FURNITURE FOR SALE:-Honse- n'
course this will not help us directly in them from becoming broken. no longer necessary. hold goods, etc., at a bargain Call ;
this immediate neighborhood, but we Try some new vegetables and flow- : Today Ensev is handling, direct to it' corner Main and Vin*, streets. "
are a part of Orange county and we ers this season They are many good retailers in all parts of the southern Ralph,Johnston. ''232t-J>d
voted for the bonds and we could feel things that we have not seen or tast states, about all the beans, pineapples.
as proud of a brick road, even that ed. Try them and aee. There is noting tomatoes oranges and cucumbers: that FOR RENT" >;
n near "or far" to us, as anybody. We like trying. Many man made Don't Tropic can grow. Uncle Sam I I. finding -
r are hoping the commissioner: will. find his fortune by trying. ,Get the seedsof t. Forget the Date his business at'Tropic heavie FOR RENT-An right-room"Ilwusi:'" ,
,, some way to get that lap In. a dozen new thing andbegin. .. each' month. The fruit grower have ..fot'" $10 per month;' also an- elpt-
Messrs. Bass and Spahr mad a trip Asparagus may be grown from seed. i stopped fussing with-the express.eompanieS. : room howe, fornished. at $12-M per, ,
to Orlando Tuesday:' The seed may ,be sown: at anytime\ ... I and Uie'.railroads, are leaving month.. E. E. Wells Real Estate.. .and.,; ,
of Hillsboro during .spring and L summer., yet it Insurance,'203 Broad***"-\ ***> '
Mr"Ella W: Frarer : *; ,I tto I Ensey.. And theretailers) wh<
ia spent a few days Orange Cen ought, to- b* done'fairly.-early, as'it ::1' buy from.Ensey are'llndnc'thatEn: : ".
t.r.thliweelc-< : :: ; .Frarr hope* toJb take them about six week to come 1 i I sey-cant; undersell the commission Men; FOB RENT...-A f .hON-j J: t> -? .

a peI'Ianent.reaident ...* fall.. up.f ;,Plant in straight rows and keep 17th \ ;>to ti fit il i 1.1. i .. .. inf.. >>,&> iltJ 1 <,': r HePhatter' '

., 'T.'J2'Wil on"pf 'Flarttyer" '.tra* aaOr.Ap toe young plant free be reset of.weedTneplants'may to : !:d )1"rot'._t I3r' i'AN'EDRD'i ""."GO\; i There i* a fortune awaiting the one FOR RENT-:.On. 'goJd ;storet zMe \f".
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1'-.YIIltor' on' Monday.MrsrcWilson'ateompariie'diSmt .: toune : perms (
: who . ;'; 'heit pent ,. eda:; fi'roW> ; + In ,the'rtalt'artollowIngnsprth . P ; }pno tend. JINI' ,
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; TheKissinime: Valley! 'Gazette. WITH} THE EDITORSljEvery
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I PUBLISHED JtV1C'ftT'FRIDAY. OFFICEI1N.VAJULjBT-GAZETTE ..BUlCDINO.K1B8IMMEJQ. ., '/ . editor aspiring: for office in
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W. B. HARRIS ,_ .. ..:.; _ .:. .r; .. - .. 7" Owall'J. ... ,, 'side high H.and dry. editor' of the.
Have You 1a Sellb 'Problem Hon. Ji. McCreary, .
Editor :
. TRIPLET,, - ", Gainesville Sun, who -represented
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f -- '" Alachua county in the state senate on ,
= __ .loM several occasions, was literally swept
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BWBSCRIPT4ONtR>* ; ____copy____ - month- *.___.__ ..'se off his feet r
On oopr, six rnWh*______ 'fie. On copy three I -- Let Us Help You. Solve It! Congressman'Engle] editor of 'y i

be Dixie, and Albert Williamson, editor
All communication, except from our authorised correspondents, mutt '
I etcned by the wrltn. of.fch.eJacksonville. Floridian, candidates ;
will be returned unlc. called (or, for
Rejected matter not congress, were badly snowed
-.-- -. We have established a new department. Our aim, in the creation of this under, notwithstanding the fact. '
.. .. depart-
+' Entered at the Po.toflMce In Kl..lmmee. Florida as .econ s a .. - --" -- -. ment, is to be of the greatest measure of usefulness to the largest number of advertisers. first term as a member of that body. L

FRIDAY JUNE 12 1914 We are intent that they shall be afforded advertising facilities that are the equal l of any Editor Williamson tailed the ticket,
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to be had. Editor L'Engle running him a close
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t OSCEOLA COUNTY-AND KISSIMMEE SHOULD EACH LEVY ONE MILL The mere sale of our space to you is a half finished service. It is fully W importantthat Than L'Engle and Williamson there "L,

we help you use that space arjght. For--on your advertising Plaa and Copy depends are not two more fierce and outspoken
TAX FOR PUBLICITY PURPOSES.The men in Florida on all public questions.No 1
as much as on the circulation and the space you buy. And we are primarily two men are more courageous in'" r

cheapest and best form of advertising ever indulged in by this county concerned that The Valley Gazette advertising shall reward you with maximum returns. giving voice to their convictions. They "r
not only but
are physically, are mor-
and 'city was the circulation of the local newspapers throughout the north and We have therefore organized this new Advertising Service. In charge of this department ally brave, but Tuesday was a'W.ter- J'

west, which form was carried on for five year prior to the first of this year, and is a specialist, long yerted in advertising strategy. He knows how to take loo for both of them. ,I

wa only abandoned then became the state comptroller mad a ruling that the the goods you sell and present them to the people who ought to buy them. ,Than Clarence E. Woods editor of

commissioners had no authority to appropriate money for such purpose. the Eustis Lake Region, there is nota
At the last session of the legislature a law was passed giving the commissioner The ideas and the ideals at which this service aims are perhaps, new to newspaper more delightful character in Flo h ,.
the mill advertisers. Here are a few of the things it offers: ida. He is a Chesterfield in his -nv ,,
of this county and the council of this city right to levy a one ners. He is a gifted writer. He U a r

tax for publicity purposes. To find out whether business be pleasant speaker. He is a booster: and
advertised.
Both the commissioner and the council failed to levy the tax last year and or not. your .can successfully a boomer. In the struggle for an 6/K t

consequently both have suffered in the way of new settlers and new business To find the best matter to put in the advertising. fice J.he H.was Reese hopelessly, editor stranded.of the Orlando. r,

enterprises. To determine how t Sentinel, is without doubt one of the(" tff
The commissioners will meet during next month to fix the millage for the much space you should use. most talented writers on the press of

i year 1914 and we believe they will not fail to make the levy of .one mill for To prepare effective advertising for the purpose. the state unless it be Lambrig-ht of
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the Tampa Tribune. He is in
rifted ,
the purpose named, for they know by past experience that money expended in "- statecraft. He is suave in his man- w,
rya
a campaign for advertising returns ten-fold in added wealth to the county. The All the professional advice, all the writing of copy, all of the suggestions are "free"to ners. He would reflect honor'on any .,.,...
commissioners, in keeping with alj/ other progressive citizens believe that the advertisers in The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. We are even more intent than you legislative or cultured body anywhere.Mr. >1'

burden of providing funds to exploit the merits of our county should be borne upon the success of your Valley Gazette advertising For the only way we know to Reese was defeated for a seat in .\\.1:. .'.
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'' equally by the taxpayers, and the only way in which that end can be reached bring you back and back again into our columns is to make them pay. the Editor legislature.Triplett of The Kissimmee i\;, 'II'j:

is to appropriate the from the county treasury.
money derived There is but one way to discover for yourself the real value of this service. All Valley Gazette was a candidate for a '
all the
that
We do not desire to be understood as claiming money seat in the Florida legislature As a ,H
from such levy should be expended in mailing the county papers to parties in the things offered mean nothing until their practical application is tested. speaker he is unique and forceful. It '

the north and west who are seeking information regarding this state, for thereare would 'appear that if any one would\ ( II' -
t take with the "old timers" well r
as
as
channels in which it could be put that would pay handsome returns i
many Whether your requirements are a single piece of copy, or an elaborate and systematic the "new comers" that man would 'to
'li on the investment, principal among which is the holding of an annual fair. 'campaign, we are at your instant command.! A postal or a 'phone call will bringa have been Editor fTriplett.' lie is hu- i.-:
And this same argument holds good with the city council. There is no representative of this department.Ask morous. He can tell a good 'Story. /l"
towjn that was better advertised than Kissimmee up to within a year ago. but When the votes were counted in Os- eg. ;
ceola county it found that he
v as was
since that time a lethargy seems to have laid a grip on our people that C8? not us.Kissimmee. the extreme appendix. i

+4 be shaken off, and now that the opportunity will soon arrive when a respectable More lamentable still. News reaches

urn of money can be legally obtained for the purpose of placing our city's us of the defeat for the state senate

many advantages as a place of residence and business investment before the from Putnam county of Editor Rus- ,

world, the council should not hesitate one minute to levy the tax. Valley Gazette sell of the Palatka News. Besides being '
already a member of the lower
In the past the burden of producing the money to carry on the campaignof house Mr. Russell is president of the

advertising has f.Uen'upon the shoulders of not over twenty-five of our people Florida State Press association. His

whereas every man in Kissimmee has materially prospered. Y father had the distinction of being on '

r "fie have said before, and repeat again, that the man who does not give the and first all his national life Editor prohibition Russell ticket has
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a small percentage of his net income and a portion of his time to the advancement I lived in rich literary circles and

I of his town, his county and his state., is not living up to the standard of no___ __ __ __ '_____ ' -_- ____ ___ 8esses a -princely personality.. But pos-he ,_
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true citizenship. Unfortunately we have some men in our city who never give quoted by sanitists in every part of the United States and in many centers of REMEMBERING BOTH SIDES OF I the struck balance a political iceberg, and with '

"I' a: dollar for any purpose, and the only way to make them live the life of a true Europe, and this result has been accomplished by the screen-the fly-proof WAR. I the Titanic of the and editors not one went is downwith left,. ,
Americans do not have to be told
t I" citizen is to levy a tax upon their property. wire screen. That's all. what war is. The intervals between so to speak to tell the story of what, I

.44! Will the county and city .levy this tax? We believe they will. But in spite of all sanitary measures the disease continues eVen though in their wars have beo/i short enough to caused the untoward catastrophe.The >+

\ '" smaller percentage than before. alt is probable that it will always continue keep clearly in their mipds the fact very thing that ought to make a

until that glad millennial I time when the last case shall have been cured, the last that it is not play that"It is tejiible, one popular effect. apparently The editor who has is the brave reverse -
DUTY AND HEALTH.No that it is all that General Sherman
typhoid germ destroyed and the last source of infection wiped out. said it was. There are men living and sincere enough to voice his hon-
Science has provided this last additional weapon against the disease in the who fought Mexico in the forties and est convictions must do so in black.
man who i i. worthy of citizenship in the great commonwealth of Florida Form of the anti-typhoid bacterin. c:1te.p--I cheap that the state board of some men and women who were or- and white, and while his fearless conevictiona

will deliberately be of permit himself to become a burden to the community. health is offering it to all who will accept it and are not pecuniarily able to pay phaned by the battles of that contest. to many on, his one freely thing expressed may be pleasing convic-

f Much less will he knowingly become a menace or a source of danger to his For it; easy to administer-so easy that the family doctor would be almost I There who are have many vivid men and recollections women living of tions on other subjects are just as dis-

r neighbor, or even allow circumstances within his control to encroach upon ashamed to charge for his services; causing no inconvenience'to the patient in the war between the states, and the pleasing. His utterances have the mis
P t their comfort or their convenience. comparison with the tremendous benefit conferred-simply to bare his. arm whole nation remembers the sad feat- fortune of always being put into cold S .

Good neighbor* everywhere gladly extend] assistance and cympathy in to the hypodermi needle, and then forget it (three injection at interval of ures of the conflict with !Spain. type.While he makes '

timer of trouble:: They71 pull the auto of the unfortunate man out of ilia mud even day are the usual treatment), and it brings immunity to the disease Andlet time wars smoothes and over the memory the hor- likewise makes bitter strong enemies friend, and he .S

and lend hint gasolene enough to get to the 'nearest garage, but naturally they whichwill, continue''effective for ,.it.)Je..t two years,,,in many case probably dwell chiefly upon their glory. We Hon. Alfred Ayer after an experience b

become suspicious when they are called upon Jo repeatedly and often to extend much longer It' .'much cheaper than the disease itself with -a \\0 per cent. talk.m re of the valor, the heroism, of of twenty ye.rs-In the political field,
the to the the) soldiers in the field and the.porn: says that one' friends are generally
same same man. .
1 courtesy chance of death against h'*.valtly better than that should becomea '
you. you but
en back at home, and think less of the passive, one' enemies would
To make'the application promptly and pertinently, there are certain duties friends and the closer their the dan-
menace to your intimacy greater your IUfl' the man' swim a river and scale a fenee'to do '
which all good Floridians owe to themselves and to each other. One of these ger to'them. If* much better than to suffer in unproductive idleness for weeks, h tybyya, bullet nand lives, or lingers him dirt. t

i* to'use every available mean to avoid infectious diseases. Incapacity from even if you recover perhaps to become germ carrier for the infection of others and 'dies, and of the,mental anguishof 'The editor can very often manufac' ", i
U disease of every nature lessens the aggregate of material productiveness, and For after the weakness the disease has left the parents, the wives and other ture statesmen Out of very un romi.. '
years you. ing material but
relatives of the dead and do for
near dying can rarely
;J' every man owes it to the community and to the state to be at his best physically Some one has advanced the idea that in the more or less distant future the soldiers. The hospital and the mourn- himself what he can so easily do for -

and mentally all the time. That's the dollars and cents side of it. occurrence of preventable disease will be considered at least a reproach to the ing garments are pushed back out of others.

The other side is more serious. Infectious disease of whatever nature is a patient or to those responsible for his care and maintenance-a sort of stigma the way of the victorious army and The fate that overtook Horace C

I' threat to others, a threat of trouble disabling and perhaps death-dealing trouble to be removed only by proof positive that he or they were wholly blamelessand I the That waving is true flags.because most Ameri- overtaken Greeley has nearly been the every fate editor that since-has

to those whom accident has made neighbors-neighbors innocent of wrong that, it had come only through circumstances beyond their control. cans are like the father of GeorgePoinsett. that time who has had the temerity "

J J even in intent. Already it is a matter of personal responsibility to each man and woman"in who is said to have been the to enter the class of suffering states-

!: ; \ To make the matter a personal one-; you wouldn't steal I your neighbor's Florida, for they know or should know the peculiar dangers that menace first of the landing party at Vera Cruzto men.-Ocala Banner.NEWSI'APER .

. horse or rob his chicken house; you wouldn't set fire to his home, yet you them, and they know, or should know, how these dangers may be avoided or meet had not death.reached The his young majority.fightingman He MEN LOSE

lr I' would expose him to the infection of a dangerous and a preventable disease, reduced to the minimum. In but few instances is it impossible for a citizenof was just a boy, physically fit,no doubt { .

' which might bring him a loss vastly greater than that of any or all his prop- this state to avoid what are known preventive diseases. Will you accept happy that he was in the van of those A peculiar fact in connection with, 3

'.' erty. the responsibility of neglect both for yourself. and for those who may be madeto who first set foot upon the Roil of the Tuesday primary is that, so faras
. ; You might claim you didn't know of the danger of the 'disease either to suffer through neglect Mexico in what might become a war. heard from, every newspaper man-
your A bullet took his life. His father in
tar; : yourself or. to_him, if it were ixot for the fact that you have no' excuse for.notknowing. Philadelphia was proud of the sailor We who was a candidate was defeated. -
begin with Claude .
may L'Engle, '
The of Florida with the utmost liberality ot has been and the mother had written 'hima
press space 00040404040000400.0 dead before we give him honor for his son who lost his race for re-election to
for year publishing the literature of the state board of health. So frequently + work done while he is alive. What we letter he was destined never to receive congress. Harry McCreary of they r r

and so continuously have these warnings been sent out concerning .disease and 4 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. want as a people and what we must telling him" to "be careful anddon't II Gainesville Sun, who has been state- 4
r, sanitation, that Florida is credited by medical men in other parts of the United 4 have in our county is men that will get hurt. When the father enator for years, was defeated by D. F
learned of his he
son's death said: "It
444444000444000000Sioux work for the people at large, not one G. Roland this time. S. J. Triplett j
l f States with having the finest health publicity service of all the states. The or two pets that he might have. We is hard to lose a /son, but it's glpriousto editor of the Kissimmee Gazette, -wenr1*' f, ,
excuse of ignorance of health and sanitary matters is no longer valid for any Falls, la. feel that we have all of these characters know he gave np his life for his down to defeat, as did Joe Reese, who
Floridian who _can read. Like. ignorance of the law, it secures no immunity To The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. in our commissioner for Bas- country." That is the true American aspired to be a lawmaker. Clarence
from punishment. Gents: Please (find enclosed 80c, senger and community W. F. Walker point" of view. Woods an editor of ability, received
payment for locals as per statement who was re-elected at our election. The majority of the people of the the same medicine in Lake. Harry-
None of the allied scientific investigations is making rapid forward lot United States do not want war with
more I must say this bi'ought me Now we wish to say that we have Floyd who is a newspaper man to the f
'\ strides than that of sanitation and this is advancing in no direction more than of inquiry concerning my offer. nothing against a man but we believe Mexico. They have shown that by extent of writing very brilliant special -
in the development of the prevention of disease. The' study of the causes of Sincerely yours, that the only way to judge a man is their approval of President Wilson'sefforts articles lost out for the legislature -
diseases and their means of communication has provided for fighting J. EMILE W. ORAYE. on his past record .Take up the bridge to avoid it. But if fightingmust in his county by twenty-six out
a weapon come they are willing to make
question for one. While ;Willie Williams of a total of 500. Tom ,
their approach and controlling their spread. An Edward Y. sacrifices, to give the lives of of Appleyard
'? English surgeon ,. Mexico, N, gave the bridge a start, our Mr. sons while not a newspaper man himself, is r
Jenner, more than, a hundred years ago demonstrated the value of vaccination The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, W. F. Walker has taken it up and will whom they are proud, to give their the son of a good one, and shared the t'
I against smallpox. His discovery has saved thousands and hundreds of thou- Kissimmee, Fla. push it to completion. This' bridge is own lives, if need be, for their coun- fate which appears to have been
If the at Vera Cruz is
' sand of live. Dear Editor: Through the extreme the first one across the Klssimmee river try. landing against the profession and its kin.
kindness of G. D. Boone of your cityI the construction of which will be but the prelude to war there will be Coming down to our C. '
+ Within the present decade medical science has given to the world boon am in receipt of a copy of The Valley as follows: On the Osceola side there many home in sadness, modified by C. Woodward of the own Tampa county Times- t
I, of perhaps equal value in anti-typhoid bactenp an injection into the human Gazette dated April 17, this year. is no bank and there is a filling of the thought of the bravery of slain was among the defeated and J. Fred ,_
1' ;r blood which according to statistics already available has diminished many During the winter of 1912-18 my some.distance put in up to less than loved ones, like that of the parents of DeBerry, who started a paper in the 1:>: 1 <
Poinsett. President Wilson
wife and I spent three months in your one hundred feet of the river bed, then George interest of his
fold the chance candidacy, low >
: of attack and death from this insidious disease. Its in was W
use city, rooming with Dr; .and Mrs. Sam from that point to the river brink will knows that is true' and that is why he man for Just what
congress.
i the United States army, where such us can be'made compulsory, showed three Downing of Clyde avenue and Hughey be pvjing. The bridge will rest onhe.vy has been trying to way an armed for this sort of business was responsible we-
cues of typhoid and no deaths in the year 1913. The ordinary death rate street, and I must.confess that of my cement walls and be moveable, conflict. That is so many men will not attempt to say-but we do "

pt, from the disease in civil life in the United States is sixteen and one-half) to thirty-three winters, that winter was so as to let navigation pass. Theprobable are nent working world to bring But it about is not perma-goingto know that the dear people lost some '
far the cost of thin entire work'willbe peace.
by pleasantest. fine opportunities for
each one hundred thousand of the population. Could there be greater make Amerioao<< participation in good service and
any We can never say too much in praiseof about thirty-five hundred dollars. will have only themselves
blame
to
proof of its efficiency? It seems to be beyond question one of the great discoveries Kissimmee and her citizens.It We give Mr. Walker the praise, not as war and less energetic if war comes. what mayhappen to them. The Orlando for .a ,
v of the centuries. if now our earnest intention to a personal matter, but because the The same spirit has animated American Reporter-Star thinks it is

rs ; There can be little doubt that'similar preventives against other disease will spend the coming winter in Kissim people said they wanted a bridge ington soldiers to the from capture the of battle Vera Cruz.of Lex-If demonstration of the old adage about a d
I know will be wel- river. We
where we the Kissimmee are
mee, across the shoemaker and his
be given to mankind in the near future, for, a* already noted no branch of comed. going to have it and we would be in it ls necessary to fight, they'll do so Tribune. last.-Tampa
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'} science is being advanced by more earnest research. or' abler minds than that During our sjtay there we made a favor of hangfng- his picture on the with a .will.-Savannah Morning News. '. o0 --

of.sanitation and preventive medicine. large acquaintance and in receivingyour wall of the court house at Kissimmeeas Healthy M city growth is one thing + + . . :'
But whatever the future may have in store'it i i. the duty ,of every responsible paper we are able to find and many the commissioner that buil river the that can easily he determined by a 4 ka
Interesting we the Kiisimmee
paragraphs, first bridge across -
and intelligent citizen of Florida the hand and very reference to postoffice figures. The 4 Make yourselves nests r
to use means at already are especially glad to know that Kis- May we stand shoulder to shoul- of pleas-
,-" ',demonstrated to preserve bit own and the public healtn. Intelligent men in simme is to have a band and perhaps der in all public work in our county figure representing the advance madein 0 4 ant thoughts. None of us yet 0 '

,,, these day* admit the efficiency of Vaccination: a* a preventive of smallpox and a baseball team. and try and lift up arid help our public the Fort indeed Myers, and office we believe are very it gratifying 0 know taught for in early none of us havo been 0 sr
perfectly yputh, what 4
Wishing ,'al el..- city xeveryaucceM that we have elected, and as fairy ,
r' you "our men
believe
they practisewhat they ThA-few'rare and peculiar individual'whoi safe to that 0 places +!
"'i, }, for.th future, I am, we thus .f Join hand in hand'we will be say a corresponding we, nay build of beautiful 0 '
'-q\' ,has L alth;;deny.this etsciency'make'fantie rushes for the'doctorVi;off ice:with Very surprised how nicely thing will go. growth has been made in practically 4 thought, proof against all adversity -: 4
l' 'sleeve*'rolled up when a well developed case makes its appearance in ;their WIN Irespectfully E 'L.: SMrf1L 1 1pONOR We love this peopl.. We have men all part of the county. Fort 0 -bright) fancies, satisfied 4 M "
Myers and vicinity ha a grip on 4 memories; houses ef
.A here of' good principles and moral precious and 0 -

,, '-' ,So. well--.I.! OWD'are the methods by which: typhoid fit earned that,its spread/!< \ : UERE'DONUR' <",I. UL character\ : Yours and with men our of best business-wishes ability. growth shaken,'and and this progress-fact is that gradually cannot beinffdrilledintoEdiaon'aVentiretarget be- 0 0, not restful\ disturb thoughts, nor, which pain care make can- 4. ',i h

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",;, may be curtaileJby J large percentage through proper and easily, effected sanP' "tfassenger, iau vunw all1 r" '*" T .PrMENELIY 0 glqqmjr.jrior: poverty take away 0 ; '

Ill\ ..tar? meature*., '.These; measures ,enforced:by. ordinance in. Jacksonville,..seiduredl Editor! of The Valley Gazettes" a.' 'f r"-; ,BuenPJ".' of J% 00t10O., Fort Myers Preg d from -lsoueee J> "wHnour .... ,
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+ through. the'effort and influenceof' '' mujucipal-b aluS4x I >aidVJu'VJthit.direction i "- n WUU/yon please publishedthe.. ,fol- ..; : . ., A lot of bolt to their hands, for oar souls to live in.O" '
men
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\N x,.,.uQid d,one,9f, the Eft stdemonatratiemaaf: : ... .:..bRctompbisb Ijin. %'-Wed _rtfrt..btfUft_in:waitipt::'until ; The fly* U the natural enemy, of the a.-il they expected to buy-a.corner lot. .- .. -:.' .'
.: ,. The'/esult'vof: : this Iuccetlf \and :continuous 'campaign: '.are a, man 4'}Ltd away ,in.the city oif.th bald- aded'fD- a3: ;,a" ,'I"',' t. *. r. *-ttrbesven."!. tbtt..' -- .- . .. . ....-. .- ,- .. . ..'. :9.

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',FRIDAY, JUNE 12, .1914 THE KISS1MMEE. VALLEY. ..'GAZETTE. . I. -, '. PAGE: 5..


VTOE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Capt.' and Mrs. :D. -G. Frauds returned .

to .the .city'Monday after- .
i!rp_._ ?. {Telephone No.:11,) month' stay at White Spring; both THE FLORIDA .

Published Every Friday By I much improved In,healtb.,;

W. .. HAJUUB. '' ''I 'Arthur Greene representing''' the '

: Antietam Paper company,with headquarters ,I :

.til + ,0 0lOl+NNO'6f+60 ; at Jacksonville. is.in the city .K eenCoo 11 LUMBER -
!
1 today calling; on the;trade.,. II ,
I, Weather: Reportt
Mrs, W, N. Gamer and daughters.
1
*ta- *T a L"i Misses Una and Willie of St. Cloud COMPANY ;
J- .' I passed through the city today on their I t" :
Following are the daily ternperatures way to Somerset, Ky., where they. will '

t- 1 : ;, and precipitation' as spend the summer.J. 1 ,'. !! -i II *

r I. ; reported by the Government W. Miller left for Lake City Taelday s I I -- '1 "

: t station at Kissimmee for the < > where he was summoned to attenJ I Becomes The Property of

week ending June 11,1914: the bedside of his daughter Mrs. I ,
:
Carrie Jones who is T T F TT .' .
., reported quite seriously NORTH POLE
I Max.Minii.in < ;
1 ill. "
METALPerfect R. D.
"'I Friday ___u__- 95 67 ___ Waring r
, M. T. LaHatte I
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traveling
representative
. ;? Saturday _uu 96 70 -__ of the Southern Printers' Sup e' .. ALASKrf

\t'r' Sunday ;uu__ 93 67 ___ .. elY company, with headquarters at At- .NEW OWNER CHANGES NAME TO

,''Pr Monday __uu 96 68 ___ was in the city yesterday call YELLOW PINE LUMBER CO.

}t.s Tuesday ----- 96 69 m ing on the trade. Absolutely FREEZER WILL STILL FURTHER EN- "

,,r. : l Wednesday ____ 93 68 ___ I Mrs. D. B. Herrington is in receiptof Cream LARGP PLANT. "

I Thursday ____- 94 67 ___ a letter from her husband, who is ---
spending the summer in Michigan, in Hygenic; In
One of the biggest deals niade
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which he states that the weather is
I Kissimmee this week-R. D. Waring
still cold enough for wraps and over In 'purchasing the South Florida Lumber '

coats' up there.- Will 'The Freezer with the company in its entirety.The .

South Florida Lumber
.. Lee Jarrell returned Sunday from Aerating Dasher" one of the big institution compaaJ'was in middle ,y
Gainesville ,
where he .
: MOTE LOCAL FIELD. completed
4 Florida made so by Arthur E.
ThemodwaoderMlofaflleesen.
course in the law department of the By who
Not Donegan, became its owner about ?
state university, and is now entitledto means of its artonUbing aerating(poods It covers an area of
two ago.
s. lIilllllllllllllllllllllll accept retainer fees and dispense it whip. air Into every particle of the years like and if
something twenty acres
legal knowledge.C. Minutes. -ingt'ftaID.,making cream that is
equipped with a class of machin.ry.building ti ;
W H. Brokaw with Brothers a revelation la texture and delicacy.
Griffing
Rust Rust
the tree people. 40-tf H\ Dame, general organizer for -, -. .breaks-all-record Sod- and tools to make a thorough, ,F
the Woodmen, with headquarters at mil 'It require. a small army of men
Mrs. L. J. Griffin of New Smyrna is Ocala, was here this week looking aft- rfilrrr perfect fee rrtieiaata.3 to do the work of the mill atid every- c

visiting her son, C. W. Griffin. er the welfare of the local .lodge. nlmsrte*. thing in the shape of building material -
.Jt. While here he made his headquartersat FREEZERS Requires touch leM labor and UMS l le is made or manufactured there.
I'it' Robt. .Snyder, a recent settler at the Manhattan. Ice and alt than any other ser. The new owner R. D. Waring, is a

, Narcoossee, spent Wednesday here. See It. before buy a freeer. man who, hal been identified with y,
O. R. Bass, who for the past term you many enterprises )in this section during
Miss Cecilia Overstreet leaves today has most acceptably represented the the past ten years, and is considered -

< for Tallahassee to attend the summer Whittier district on the board of lqt $1.25 3 qt. $1.90 j 11 one of Florida's foremost devel-
'
normal school. county commissioners, was in the city : 1 qt $1,50 4qt $2.75 opel' r

Monday to attend the regular month 2 $1.50 .4 $2.25 Mr. Waring will still further addedto a
- Albert Parker arrived home from ly meeting of that body. ', qt. qt. 2qt $2.00 6 $3.25 the equipment of the mill, and in. .-yr ?
qt
the Philadelphia Dental college this tends to reach out for trade in every '
\. week to spend the summer vacation. R. S. Floyd and H. N. Bratton wentto section of the state, making a specialty f

! Sumter Leitner arrived in the city White Springs last week to accom- PHONE 123. QUICK DELIVERY 3 qt $2,25 8qt $3.75 I of doors, sash, window frames, r
Mrs. Floyd and Mrs. Bratton r
pany the bulk
and cornices
great
although
from the state university at Gaines ,
home, the ladies having spent the past
" of the business will ie! .In
ville this week.
months at that famous resort. They 'low pine lumber-in fact the midis

,'. Mrs. C. H. Estey left Tuesday for reached the city Monday night.J. The Best Freezer for the in condition to furnish everything necessary

Canada, where she will spend the M. Willson, Jr., left Saturday Money for a building of any size,
summer visiting her old home. night for New York city, to join Mrs. whether it. be a chicken coop or a mil -

Willson, who has been in that city for lionaire's -mansion. It is one of vthe -
The rite of Infant baptism will be the past three weeks. They will spend few mills in Florida where a contractor -

administered at the Presbyterian the in America's metropolis, can procure every piece of lumber,
church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. stopping sufnmer at the Imperial hotel. regardless of sire or quality. he-may
W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY need to build a h&me. .
Mrs. C. W. Griffin and Miss! AlmaGrift'in
Miss Jean Thomas leaves today for It is not known whether Mr. Waringintends
spending this week with
are Tallahassee, where she will attend the to install machinery to manufacture -
relatives in Tampa. summer school at the State Collegefor orange boxes and vegetable d/

Miss Una Garner of St. Cloud spent Women. Miss Thomas has been crates, but such course would, to us,. 9

Tuesday in the city the guest of Miss appointed one of the teachers of the appear wise," for their is no product
Mattie Belle Harris. sixth grade of Osceola high school.S. on which as much money can be-ob-;
tained from banks, or which has never
Big reduction on all summer millin- A. Bogue and wife will leave .tomorrow Sears before the election yet been sufficient to supply the de
ery at Miss Mattie Bandy's. 25-lt for Cassopolis, Mich., to spend not, would resigned be illegal. or fOUR NEGRO mand. The machinery for making orange S
WHO WILL
two months visiting at their old home. boxes, we have been informed
The editor
of this is of the
Julian Mont doca and Will Drawdy Mr. and Mrs. Bogue are highly pleased opinion that common sense paper should dictate BOOZE SELLERS is not costly, and those who have engaged -
with Kissimmee and will return
business lumber
represented Whittier's business life in the say pine
that
if Mr. should
here Tuesday. early in the fall to make their permanent his position before. Sears the general resign elect I brings more cut Into that shape r

Josh Ferguson, of II. C. home here. SUCCEED tion in November that a man should GET THE OPPORTUNITY TO AS- than in any' other shape ever yet attempted -

Stanford company manager at St. Cloud, spent Mrs. Dan Kelly, who for two years be elected at that time to fill the office SIST BUILDING_ GOOD .. _._ .
stationed here collector for the for the ensuing two This
TuAiday here.J. was as years.
ROADS IN OSCEOLA
Singer Sewing Machine company, but editor knows nothing about law, TELEPHONE: SYSTEM

L. Overstreet returned Sunday who a couple of months ago was transferred JOE SEARSAs wouldn't know Blackstone if he met COUNTY.

from a short business\ trip to Valdosta, to West Palm Beach, was here him coming up the street, but he does CONTINUES TO GROW S
Cairo and Savannah, Ga. Monday closing up some old accounts know that all laws do provide, or Evidently Sheriff Ingram intends to

due her company. should provide, that no office.can be clean out the booze sellers in this __ t
Miss Ruth Clark will leave today filled by appointment that carry beyond county for there is not a term of court '
for Tallahassee, where she will enter W. G. who several days JUNE 1 DIRECTORY BIGGER AND
King spent
S a general election. but what.one or more are tried and
._ the state normal 'schoo in a sanitarium at Orlando recovering Superintendent of Public b- It is possible this question will be I found guilty of trafficing in the stuff. BETTER THAN EVER-BIG"'. ,

: ; .. MI'll L. II.' Cahoon left Tuesday for from an attack of :gout,. passed put up to the attorney-general but we Last week. he located a Joint and BUSINESS ItEQUIRES'BIGe '
,tJ,>-a''three months' visit with relatives through the city Monday en route to I will bet the last chicken, in our barnyard placed seven darkies in jail and yes 'J' "'PEOPLE. AT ITS
his home at St. Cloud. He was much Instruction ;
? '
that he decides with
\ us. terdayourof.them: went into court
'J"; and friends at Lincoln, Neb. ,HELM.
and will be
improved entirely recovered -
As .
'\J" to what Mr. Sears intends doing and plead guilty and were sent to- the '
Mr.'and : Cobb will In- a short, time. in the premises, deponent knowethnot -
r 1' Mrs. R. W. leave *. "" roads. two for three months and two second
The direetory.otthe
;/' Sunday for a month's visit with Sr L. Lupfer will leave tonight for IS THE QUESTION THAT IS BEING but it would appear to'us to be f or 'for"months. The bunch' was .Kllslmmee'quarterly Telephone companyhas
friends and relatives in Tennessee. good reasoning on his part to his divided
pass to
Lewistown, Pa., in answer to a summons equally as sex-two men
f ING GENERALLY DISCUSSED just been issued from the press pf
resignation to Governor Trammell
up and two 1
that his father is reachingthe women.
past
G. B. Zippener, a leading cattleman BY-rTHE PEOPLE OF THIS without any further: parleying.L. The Valley Gazette. Every-directory ;vl
and fruit of the Rosalie sec- end. Mr. Lupfer is ninety-two It appears to make little differenceto issued since the organization thus
grower
tion, was transacting business here years old, and has been in good healthall COUNTY, E. Parker has moved his family a negro-whether they are sent to company has shown a steady growth
this week. his life, and his present condition into J. R. Gilbert's cottage on Churchctret't. the gang for a week or a year, for of the business, but this

is due solely to extreme age. Hardly had the news of Joe Sears' I as soon as they are released, they begin shows a phenomenal growth indeed .
- A. E. Drought, a prominent real estate -. reached the old game of buying whisky at which i. accounted for by t11e. rapidstrides ;(
for seat in G
of who victory a Arthur
H. Ward traveling representative
Q. Zephyrhills, congress een, -
$2 a gallon and selling it at $2 .
and insurance agent at St. Cloud, a quart.It Kissimmee is making in keep- "
makes of Kissimmee before a score of peoplewere of the Antietam Paper ; .
a specialty growing eucalyptus company.today. '
in the is hoped( the legislature at its next
was city Monday transacting in the march of other Florida
trees, is in the city endeavoring to casting about for the job of sup- is in the cit session will ing step r
law carrying
business. pass some a cities. To ahead in Florida Is' "
I keep no .,
interest our people in planting themon erintendent of public instruction of Prof. an, Mrs. R. M. Evans left penalty .sufficiently severe to breakup small in line of business1 ,
job as
Mrs. John Floyd arrived in the city'' the streets and in the parks. He Osceola county, and typewriters were Tuesday f r Live Oak, where they the evil. There is no question but I some of the biggest any brains in the world 1 ,

Tuesday from' Macon, Ga., and will i is being shown the courtesies by Mr. at once brought into service to write will spend' few days and then go what both our county judge and may-I are right here in this state and much' 1'.,
spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. I J. D. Woodbeck, vice-president of the letters asking the "dear peepul" for on to Tall hassee, where Mr. Evans or will attend to their part of the Job,' praise i is due the efficient corps; of employes { >>1

R. S. Floyd. I Board.of Trade. their support. will teach ilt the state summer normal for they are in full, accord with the _of our telephone system headed --. ( <:
But some people reckon a little pre- school. L*ter they will go to Oxford best element who believe that whisky '
E. S. Betland: the
J. H. Reese and Mrs. Reese spent 1 by Mrs. untiringmanager
The Gazette is in receipt of a card I vious for Joe has not as chirpeda Ga. to time withrelatIves. does harm '
yet spend some more to a town than all such ,
1 and here with their patrons
from Leonard Williams; who with his Sunday Monday I I
to when he will 'combined. satisfactory
chirp as pass up other evils careful and service. .
mother and mater returning to Orlando -
--- wife is enjoying a vacation at Hot ; that document to Governor Trammell '
Springs, Ark.. on the Monday evening train.' There is within the city limits nearly
to be released of the arduous --
r"P Mr. Reese stated he- will assume the asking thirty miles of wire and many

'1& H. Estey and son, Ward, came editorship of the Reporter-Star on duties like of pulling-month down $160 for', or some blocks! of cable In-the-main-operating '
amount, a keeping
July 1st, in which he own a rooms are found the latest r
home from Eustis, where they have paper track of our school affairs.On very
half interest. appliances for the transmission of
been engaged in business for several will tell
one corner a gentleman r
r nths, last week. messages, which are very essential to
that G. F. Kribbs would
school' you Judge .
There will be a Sunday picnic rapid service. '1
I.ee Jerrell, who is taking a law at Billiard's Island Saturday, June 13. make a splendid officer, that he is : In order that'all patrons would receive '
in all kinds of books law included
course at the state university at Everyone is most cordially invited to learned a directory promptly Mrs. Bee- ", '
Gainesville, is at home to spend the come and bring well filled baskets. A and so he is; on the 'next corner land had Ed Roberts, foreman of the ., .'

summer vacation. good program is being prepared and a suave and elegant-mannered V .installation and construction depart- -
there will be plenty of amusements gentleman will be found saying that Ill ment, t* go out personally and direct ',r,
Judge S. D. Decker, St. Cloud's lead- Judge G. F. Parker is just the size to '
for young and old. Don't forget the I 16tI the delivery of the new directories, :"
ing attorney, passed through the city time and the place. fit the superintendent's chair, that he ; and at each place a directory contains ':;;
Wednesday en route home from a professional is learned, a. lawyer and exceedingly was placed alongside the telephone. tf.
visit to Sanford. Henry Lightsey left Tuesday with a astute a little further-down the street These containers are very useful and k/

picked crew of fifteen packers f6r you will encounter still another man, furnished : ,
were the 'phone company by (
Misses Mamie Tiller and Virginia Byron, Ga., where for the next two who will tell you that the people of the state bank. '
Alexander of Chattanooga Tenn., arrived months he'will be engaged in packingand this county need a real business man ; _s . Mrs. Beeland The \ ,
.
requests Valley .
in the city Saturday night on a kind head of school affairs and t
shipping peaches. He was at the our ,
Gazette that
if < to state in the event any
visit to the family of M. Tiller. J enough to say to the editor of The that his name'is C. E Yowell, and on j I patron has failed to receive a copy of I". .
'
Judge and Mrs. G. F. Krib spent Valley Gazette that he would send hima a dozen corners you wiU'find both men the June 1 directory, she will be glad .'; ,
crate of the best. and women who will tell you that to have them communicate with herat
;rlthe week-end with their friertds, Mr.ii'ibsend Low Round Trip RatesFROM to **:
< bring our schools away up above any I r' No. 900 and will be *
Mrs. Desmond Little, a their Services Sunday in the Baptist 'phone a copy i
other schools in the state i. to put at
] home( near Narooossee. church: Preaching by the pastor in their head a woman who not only has JACKSONVILLEMichWu.tb promptly furnished !l:

W. W. Chandler, representing the the morning on "Ye Are the Light of superior book learning, but possesses .t..Io . pus ... $43.1. c--...- W.NDs.w TO THE PATRONS AND FRIENDSOF i
the World.' At night, on "The Open business that . 1&... L A.i - 54.71 --"' . 11.51 ,
the school board ability, and-that womanis THE SCHOOLS OF OSCEOLA
Bessenger district on Door." Morning services, one hour, c.-.......... ..... DI .1.31 &..ftIIe . 3L e 't' .
was in the city-Monday in attendance Miss Elizabeth Aultman. They are lea.....Cit7 7151 M. 75.71 __ . J1.ZS COUNTY: "
upon the regular session of that body. beginning at 11 a. m. Evening serv- all good people, well qualified in every ,.....(.. . 7.., T_... - 5.51 ........ . M.54Ptid At the suggestion of some of the .
ices, one hour, beginning at 7:45. Everybody . u4.55 Mest..1 - 1355 UdI 32.51Frei.
fill the office and a'hundred
to Klssimmee
are eiUzens have faithin
way so of who
. . .154.15 17.54 ,..... . Sale
Miss Tracy, who for the past three invited. House clean and others in this but let's ''I -. -. .
I county I, 1.- 5.51 NI..ai isi D.i-. . aM my ability to discharge capably and
years has been a member of the house- cool, and pleasant every way. look behind the screens a wink or two ...,_ . ".se PJi.1. . 41.41 (k. ..... 47M conscientiously the duties of the office, C

hold of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 'S. Carr, Robt. H. Alderman, one of Besaenger's and see how this office is to be filled. Gk.M P.' 52.71 r... 47.45 Y.-.1. r 1151 1 am asking the appointment to the -

left Tuesday for England by way of foremost cattlemen and fruit The consensus of opiriion seems to Law r.r.. S.NL.r awl *.l.C.l.r.d.,C.ii3.r.I.,Gad..Mfreef.Mkaisetk.Gr..t office of county superintendent of public ti

New York. growers, was in the city Monday and be that if Mr. Sears resigns his posi- r.wr._akw.i.t.1.5k.2..k.daekMo.'Wr.at.o.. Pr..1is..lyI.w Instruction, when it shall become

Mrs. Joanna D. who ha. found time to pay his respects to The tion prior to the general election in..j Tkkwea..1.4.U ,..tO5.t-L, 3Q A.a..ri N.k Oa. if. vacant by reason of the resignation of s G '
Mowry '
November that it will be to the and I solicit now ,l
necessary holder ry
Gazette. Mr. Alderman stated present
Os- Valley VARIABLE ROUTE TO
been the winter at the DENVER SALT
spending elect his successor, but if he should j endorsement and + .
ceola hotel with Mr. and Mrs. W, II. that .crops were exceptionally good in withhold his .1' (, LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. your support. a"'
resignation until after waa midst and
I reared in
'Arnold has returned to her home in his district despite the fact that less : .. t..1..r.a..Vtthrs.u As your
that time that his successor would be i i i received of education here
Ohio. than two inches of rain has fallen the 1'i ,.e-.a. eMwer.r.11 Uk s. a part my of
past two months, and that the fruit appointed by the governor on the recommendation 5; it does not seem necessary to speak ,
, 5- TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,thre
of the county democratic but.I wish here to
Kisslmmee's club house would had dropped but little. my. qualifications,
new ..
through feel. daily,ebaie.of liar. diftJAOUOimUI.
executive committee and in this be
that should I appointed
be credit to city several times the I i assure you ,
a a r
size of this, and under the able management Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Stanford and opinion Judge T. M. Murphy Judge of ro.tee. my entire time and interest wouldbe ',( :srji
' it is sure daughters have taken the Meikeljonbungalow' the county court,and Roma ''Thomas, I TLr.. d.Dr k.ie.b tL..IL..t aye 1Ode. /.. devoted to overseeing and building x
of Mrs. Meikeljon
--/ ... U.e.Yd r:1..._ FM flee .
on Paradise Island for the chairman of'the county democratic executive i up the. schools of this
rto popular resort. A..k L N.148/ k..d.
a I r
prove -5- familiarize
summer, and S. H. Bullock and family committee concur while other I 5..4 d e1.1ki.u.f t..ie r..rb, sets., spare no pains nor time to ? .h
Henry B. Overstreet and wife leftSaturdMll1lKht are occupying Frank Vans1 AaS hold that as Mi1. Sean was elected to..r.wvui.e..d I myself with the conditions and need x

y of last week for Rose new1 cottage at the same place. The for a tern of four years, and that his I 1I. BRETNET of each school precinct and with your ,I.. .
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*- : tUndlthefuneral of bathing on the south shore of the ie- term does Toot expire t until January' f'cooperation and assistance. .should' '
,
,JSMra. Overstreefs mother who died-bn "landris ;"and theeoolbreeserwb1cA-, 17. it becowoo., the duty wi t.h. r", tlid4.rw.ewA..r, earnestly' endeavor to make: our '.1

the afternoon of the 6th. Mrs Over- sweeps from-the lower lake make it ernor to. appoint I his- successor until ) 't :chools. a-sSUfe*OfyttdandwaUafae:!.?: :-' '::,

atJlMt,1L t49 to ere. 8unb ideal spot inrKlch*to gpend...the"heated .that. 'time,;and that-to elect a" man to' .FUL t all .
retaaru .. arts .
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,::. ,PAGE' .. THE, lMMEtVkLLEyG.4ZETTE. FRIDAY, JUKE. 12 .Itl4T ..

,
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: , -., - ' I \
c ry'at Inspectors.'and'John' H.-BsJsden copy! "of"'kame to the board' of commie-

$ Yew StemachTreWe Proceedingsthejtehool clerk of said.. election. The loner .. .
.. < ofOceela.
,
.. as. super.Intendent . : county., 1-. '''- \I'iI"r ' ' \ "
was instructed to publish The board f' IJV:;:. 1.-::::,;! 3
took roee** until 8 p. in. ,
Yen?, i b IBord; notice of said election as required bylaw The board //met at 2,p. HL, all off!- f : FE1OM '' -

and to tnake all arrangements forsaid cers being prevent. _' I ,

., MaUr't,Worrferfa! Stomach Remedy r election. Resolution relative to the'.elcape ERI.4'jKissirnrnee
IsSacceufvy'TakeniaCases. The term of specif. I tax'.chool'dl... of county and state convict: '.wa* read : $ 3-r. .1' :

: '" Kisslmmee, Fta.,'June 9, 1914. t trict trustees in and for S. S. D. No. 4 in open board:and aama. adopted, and ; , :

of' Stomach, Liver and In- The Board of Public Instruction met; having expired the board ordered that the clerk instructed spread same on ..,. t

testinal Ailments in regular session there beln? presentW. an election be. held on Monday, July 0, the minute of the board and vend a wuS9i TO .

... .. C. Bass, chairman; Geo. W., Ov r- A. D. 1914, at Bassinger* Florida, in copy of said revolution. to the captainof ,,
And Op. 0 o.. H., Often Dlepelled and for S. S. D. No. 4 to decide the .
'Y..... of .U .rhng street and W. W. Chandler. A.o, W. the guard ..v [,.... 51 f
J. Sears, superintendent A amount of millage be assessed annually Bill of Dr. J. D.. Chunn.for medical S

Minutes of the.last meeting were for the next :two years,:and services to county; convicts: wa taken, ;

lI1IDts read and approved.S. also M elect trustees for the next two up and after,discussing aam was ordered I JacksonvilleAtlantic :

Lk Lupfer, county treasurer, reported years. The board appointed Under. paid. i. rl1r
Wonderful as follows: hill as. clerk of said election. The superintendent Mr. J. J. Dann earn before' the "

To the Honorable Board o _Public Instruction was instructed to publish board with photograph and drawingsOf ,

in and for Osceola County: notice of said election as required 'by convict cage which he -proposedto '

tomadi Remedy I herewith tender my reoort as law and.to make all arrangemnets for build for the county at a much lower

triasurer<< of Osceola county for the said election. price than the board have heretofore '

[ will change I i.month of May A. D. 1914: The term of special tax school district _been able to get, but the board Coast f L LineThursday i -

.....r.1 Hrhool F..4. trustees in and for S. S. D. No. 6 : deferred action for further considera

.; '- I To Italancn from last report._$.t.57S7ZTi having expired the board ordered thatan ; .

thatlT ; amount .."...Ivf'd, from compo_ lilt 7* election be held on Monday. July 6, tion.Mr.. A. A. Tano and D. G. Wagner, I

Long Face! To trollcr amount I rrp mill..lvwl chool from taxu R. R. 1914, A. .D., at Center Park Florida, representing the Board of Trade of --L- ,, .

and Tel. tax ._nUUU 1.871.81To In and for S S. D. No. 5. to 'decidethe KisHimmee appeared before the

amount -cplvd from tax amount of millage to be assessed board and asked them for a donationFor

-' . MATI" Weaderfml $....... Kerned? can 1013.ollector' tax'so___'__- _ISIS__._h_and__ 6.1.61 68 annually for the next two years, and the support of the Kissimmee base- June 18th
--u -
nail be termed a wonderful rrmedy and, thhcnentt To amount r..lv..d from tax also to elect trustees for the next two ball team, whereupon the board Informed I
that It r na in many of *the mot ....II..lI>r, poll tax 1912 and The board
J.
F. Wil-
f caron.. cases of Stomach Trouble h.. aprea,I 1913 __ _._ _-. _ _u__ 17AOOKnlanco years appointed them that they had no authority -
u
ita fame from one end of the country to the -- -- clay Homer Partin and J. M. Sharpeas to make said donation and passed
: \ other. No matter where you live-you will 811.461 9' inspectors and Will Simmons aa. the matter for further consideration.A Tickets good on all regular trains. Final
4 I find people who have Buffered with Htonukrh.Urer fly,' warrants i,.. p<>.r HHIHalnnc 8.0116.U clerk of said election. The limit
1 Md laileallaal Ailments' etc., and have superintendent communication from Hon. W. A.' June 21st. Proportionate low rate? ... r,

,, been restored to health and are loud in theirvralae .* __u _. . _83,35880) I was instructed. to publish no- :McRae commissioner of agriculture,
L i of this had There la not a dar !' ....-"..-.._ niBlrlrl N... I. tice of said election as required by law urging the appointment of a county from other points. ( ,
but what one of the wonderful relulta To lialanco from last report 81.4117 l 84 ,
and to make..all
arrangements for said numerator the board of commissioners
: obtained from lila, remedy and the benenta received from by -
To amount COIIII'troll..r. -
are entirely natural, .. it arta on the aource railroad tax ._u____ 37.77 election. was read in open board1 and For further information call on or write,.to
and foundation of theae ailmrnti. removing; To amount received from lax Itemized estimates of tax the clerk instructed ,
to
special to
A. C.
try get some L. Ticket
any Agent
the poisonous catarrh and bile accretion takinff .I1.tor. taxes __ *80B.71 or
-- school
u'U trustees for school
district
out the tnnamation from the inteatmal No. one to take the work and report same

tract and aaaiat in rendering the aame anti H) paid warrants as per list 8110.00 1, 2, 3, 4, I 5 and 6 were received and to Hon W. A. McRae '
septic. Sufferera, are, urged to try one dnfte- filed and the amount of millage as Mr. C. F. Johnson appeared before W. C. GILBERT, Ticket AgentKissjmmee'?
which alone should relieve your .suffering and _81.4811
convince you that Man's WonrtVrfol Mtomax-h Miih-Nrbool UP l>l..P lrlrt %-o. 3. requested in and for each was .decided the board as secretary of the Board of
ket.d$ should reatore you to good health' To liHlanc.* from last rcport6 13331 upon for the ensuing year. Trade, and presented a bill for the expense Y. R. BEAZLEYT.P. A., :Tampa, Fla.J. .
I Put It ta a teat today- he rrmilti vill hr a 1'o amount r"'I"'d from comptroller The board decided to establish a of the' delegate from the board
revrlation to and will rejoice over _ 4675
.
you you railroad tax
your quick recovery and onor again know the To amount r--f" .d from,h! tax school at B. G. Hancock's section 29, of county commissioners to the Press G. KIRKLAND, Div. Passenger Agent

,ny. of living Send for bonklct on Si imarhAllmenta coll,'dor taxt. : _ Si SO township 25, range 27, provided the association at Fort Mye>rs, which was
Ceo, 11 Mfll. (rhemim It 6Whitins I TAMPA FLA.
to Mlyr patrons would donate an acre of land ordered paid. ,
St., Chicaso. or belle itill, \obum a 826186.
bottle from ,....r drugilat. npaid warrantK an |n'r list 15 -for.schooLpurpose8..ajid: Superintendent A letter from Dr_ T, M. Rivers regarding :
.tttl Sears was instructed to have a a hospital for the care of the I '1'-
For Sale In Kissimmee ByJ. _ _ -u822836''
lialnnnMubNrhnol- surveyor down at once and
go survey county and city sick was read in open ",
...
Z. ROBERSON IH lrl<'< % a
., 737.23 I out said land. board and same passed to next regular ---- ,
To I t alan. from tact report l $ --- ---- ,
And Druggists Every"here. To amount crl\ed from tax I There being no further business the meeting of the board in July for con- ,,
.
_ 10380H Joe Ha\n -B work on poor form 135/1 filed with the
cll-ctor. taxeii .u.u board adjourned to meet again on Friday sideration.The H Hilla>', lumber _ _ ___ __ 7.17J state inspector of nursery -
June 26. A. D. 1914. stock of the state of Florida the'
$840 78 clerk was instructed to notify It Iionefran. dilvliiK tow tocircuit \
W. C. court _ 25.00 _, of the state of "
.OOOOO OOOOOOO \ paid warrants as r" r hat 93.75 BASS the board of county commissioners ofOranl1.'e --h -- -n inspector I'

8 746 98 Attest : Chairman.W. county that the Board of Commissioners Randolph KanK __loung__ _;_supplies__ ___ __to__road___ 25.00Marshall un.__, .. __, mspectof the state of f., .

M. TILLER lalznc.--------------"."-"r"ool OUtrlrt %o. 4. SEARS, Superintendent. of Osceola will pay $10 to- Kruce & Co, suppliesto -_h___u.__ .____ __, stating; that the' ,
To l lalanefrom bet tt-port $1.410, 18 ward establishing the lines between county judge -un. nph_ !Ii.nJ. stock grown in the nurseries of__....

: Real Estate I To amount etl\td from taxeollt'ctor Orange and Osceola counties. K oDnefran road ,,'orku _-._ 10.00L ___. ..___. _. __, at ____________-?_
: Agency.Realty taxes _ unu_ _ 8.87 Proceedings of the A letter from Mr. W G. Hankins in Klsslnime 11 Infrram Tel sheriffs('0.. flection telephonerent 1600 h__ _n___ _, has been duly inspected

................................ -II.41-111.06 which he agreed to place in the clerk's __-_ _ _ _ .___..__. .-._ 4.SOW 'for the Reason 191.-191.., and found '
H\ paid warrants a* pr Hat - - - B Maklnson Co.. supplies to to conform with the requirements of
office a filing cabinet for the sum of road gang ,. 2080
CommissionersKigsimmee ----
f bougtit and sold.' ftalanc. _ _ _ _. _u_ _$l.41008 County $90 was read in open board and same Everglades Cypress Lbr- -CofrelRht ?.. this state. '"
t Houses rented. ". -"r".ol UIMrtrt "*.. S. passed until next meeting of the paid for company __ 6 80 This certificate expires on July. 1, i
To balance from laat r..port..8 62.Z3To Snow & Rr\an, groceries to road ; 191. _. ;
board for action.
ified Taxes for non-residents.paid and Titles ver- amount. railroad received.from tax _._comptroller S3.81 Fla., June 8, 1914. The clerk was instructed to publish Robert gang li't----..-on---road--------,21403 27:6ft I ... _______.___________._ 1>.7

To amount receU.ed from u.tax The Board of County Commissioner a notice in a local that the J H Strut tun. trams on road_ _ 130.00 Inspector Nursery Stock. .; ;"
Fire. Life and Accident In collector\ taxes _ _ _-.-.__ 851 !! of Osceola county met on the above board of commissioners newspaper will \\'. & C. Urn Co., supplies to road c. All certificates received In exchange "
-- county gang _.___nunn__. 70" .
surance. Hat date, there being present ChairmanE. meet as an equalizing .board on the O.V Ashton. Bassenajer road for permit-certificates, and approved i
By paid warrants a. per u I
L. Lesley R. V. Lamer A. F. Bass pay roll' 333.49 shall be priMa facie evidence '
Indemnity Bonds. 6th day of July, 1914 same being the '' ----- :
.. Balance ._u.un.u.8 M.I! O. R. Bass W. F. Walker commission- A. G l l.u.pji to roadKafiK only of the facts therein stated and ,
,
.. .. next regular meeting of the board. __ _ __ _____. __ ___ 10.00w. -i"
.
Dtetsivt N - - -- '
; G O O{ + +*+++ To balance 5.-5eb..8 from laat report_ I 10 ers, and W. J. Sears attorney for the The following widows' pension "*" C. Gro Co. mule feed.-_-_ 421.41 shall be disregarded and the permjt- ,., ;
To amount received from taxcollector. -- board and J. L. Overstreet, clerk. claims were examined and approved C. B. Simpson guard------------ 42.
taxes __n.unu-, 8'.BI The minutes of the last regular Mrs. Florence L. Mrs. : Li. Britt. guard--_--_. -.---.. SS.00 nursery stock whenever he deem- '!
/ ; Savage Agnes C. K Johnson expense of dele-
I ".06 meeting were read and approved.Hon. Bronson Mrs. Elizabeth J. Davis and gate to Press association-- SO.S5J advisable.d. ,
S..8ULLOtKREAL, By paId warranta a. per lIatu 80.00 I S. r... Lupfer came before the Mrs. Mattie E. Graham. D Chunn. medical aervlcea.. 26S.75 This permit-certificate will not be I
board in the interest of the citizensof Clay Johnson freight and drayage required for, shipments originating -
The pay roll of tate witness in the ____ _
Balance .-.-._-____--___n.$ HOI the Lake Willson settlement and on fertilizer .hh 2007 with the United State of -
8 U LUPFER. 'county court was examined and approved J. I* Harajrove. supplies to road Departmfnt
: ESTATE County Treasurer presented a petition in which they also pay roll of state wit- Bans _._--_________----_____ SO IT I AgrJc\llt.urei\ but a regular certificate

., -------- Warrants in the sum of $7,194.14were asked the board to give them a public neases in the spring term of the circuit H.road Stanford rang ,-__hn.Co.. supplles'to____ 1102 y authenticated Inspector, ;
road from Klssinunee their stating that the is '
examined and cancelled in open to com court. R D. Waringvegretables to road shipment apparently .
ffk INSURANCEExamination munity. Upon motion, duly seconded, Bang' 10.00 free from injurious iaaecte .peat 1
session as follows: NOL 618. 265, 412, The hef ff'. feed bill of prisoners L-Qi'ri-jirl: -- -- ,
the board build Ernest two and diseases will be
413, 414 415. 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, I agreed to bridges was examined and approved. The signs for county_____--_.____- 1.5* accepted. .w ti tiC.
of Titles a 421. 422. 423. 424, 425, 426, 427. 428, across Bennett and Reedy creeks and county treasurer's report to state auditor F. 8. Ledbetter. work on road___ repair the road for the benefit maintenance the articles or things in 4lj
present 8. M. McClelland specified !
44 448 examined and .
434 436 wa
429, 430, 431. 433. I approved.The 18.00
allowed
of the petitioners and the u.uuu.u this act except a* elsewhere :
prohibiti.
3 450,,, 452, 453. 455, 456, 467 458, 460, supervisor following bills were examined
Specialty. I shall
; was instructed to have the county The treasurer's report showed {\he ed, be in accordance with"-the
339, 436, 487, 439, 440, 44U 442, 443, approved and warrant ordered drawn: I
454, 447, 459, 1708. 1794, 240, 241 802. I engineer to make a survey and ascertain K. Li.: Lesley commissioner one following balances on hand: I federal plant quarantine act and-the -
4. Corresoondence Solicited. where said bridges should be day --- | 4.00 Rvenue S7 S2 BO rules and regulations of the federal .
--- ----------- ---
o! Bills were approved and warrantswere placed , a. V L ';re'r; one Fine and- forfeiture------------:: :: 4:t48:tS I horticultural board.

.- .. . I issued as follows: day and mileage. ------------- E.00 School __--__________----_--___ 8.ln.46
'a.. I a_____ .aI.. .. a.._....._____.t.i.a......._ Mr. J. M. Winstanly and Mr. B. R. A. F...Bass commissioner one day Road ______________un__ 1.ln.4& Rule 9. Abolished. V
'" ou. and _________ _ __. Rule 9' is herewith abolished.
i-; : Wer.tre.tM.B. Garrett of Campbell came before the mileage k_ _ 1.08 ft 8. D: No. 1_____ _- ,,--- 1.14B.1I .
46 board and for 0. R- Ba., commissioner one day 8. S. D. No. S_________- --. -.., 111.8 Prohibition Against the. :
asked Importation
_.... .... .._, 4.00 ,
crossing
P. I. ? ? i a over and ___________..__ __ ,. ,
10.10 mileage"' > -'_ 11 00 8. a D. No. S_.;_?________ -_- T4 8 of
C.W.GRIFFIN 4U..W. W. Chandler.' M. B. P. .I... ....( the A..C. L Ry':; whereupon the board W. F. Walker, commissioner one a. 8. D. No 41_,......... ._..... 1.U'.e. Any" and All Kind of.Citru** :
: 4.-8.. I.* Lupfer. Corn. Treas. instructed their attorney to see Captain day and mileage ...___...___ 20.00 8. a D. No.i-fc_-._..,I,___-... .4.SB Into Florida.-:,. ;
I 4BIKI..almm.e, ...Valley., Qamelle_ ..._ ., Haley and insist that the W. J. Hears salary attorney for & a D. No. (__-_________-_____ 11.05 Rule 44. That In order to preventthe ,
a.1' company
I'rlntlnK
kJv -
_ j, board ..__...____.,-...__.--,--- t6.14J. Introduction
I. 4.--o..0Ia.Hard..ar. Co., supplies give them a crossing. EV-B __ ... of the new citrus di-,
Staple and Fancy Sc),. No. IS- >3.OK H (D. ass. Janitor' safaryprosecut. 10.00. Total ._._.__ ._--:'.w k.I..04. ease.known as citrus canker prevalent
The attorney was also instructed to Gelfrere.
467-V.R. Ellis, labor Sc) No. 1 l.JS Tbo tax collector's tax report
.10 the to hiM", attorney ___.__.__________ S3.St poll lit the principal citrus-growing!
48B--ollceol. Journal printingI get' railway company put one T. M Murphy salary county showed the following amount 'collected -

GROCERIESFree t: 466-Miss Least Hayes. Sal. carload of cinders on the crossing ..tPeghorl1 Judire ..-______.________-.-_.__ 2600T $179. sections of the Gulf states but not .
teacher Hch No. IS -- 40.00 Junction.A M. Murphy salary Judge x The widely prevalent in Florida the importation .: "i
470-Pearl Johnson. Hal teacher __ ____ __ _ tax collector's license report .
Juvenile court 1X60J into Florida from all
Hch No. 15 _-"__' _ 40,00470Pearl petition signed by the citizens of -- - showed and 125 _the.
L. Overstreet. salary clerk, and $1.25 J.eneracolle\ te4
Johnson. Bal teacher_ St. Cloud asking for assistance from auditor uh.__- -___________-- 69.00Klsslmmee auto collected states Of'the United States, Its territories -
Hc-h No 26 -. _-_ JO 00 the _board for the support of W. L. Tel. Co.. one month'srent and possessions, and all foreign "

Free Delivery to all Parts 471-Ruby Hch No Bass.7. S Hal H D teacher No. 6., SO.0047Z Bryan and family was read whereupon r... H. Innram._.__-_uun.n care o( Jail____ 11 i.BO SO oeleld. Paid fro warrants mthe various were funds ordered as can-follows countries, of any and all kinds of citrus '"'.
-- trees and
---C U. Handy. Com. tax col the board instructed Commissioner parts thereof including ;
John l>avla, salary superintendent -
of the CitySprigg ; lector. B. 8. I). No. 1_ 27..SI A. F. Bass to Investlgate'th.m.atter poor farm _._ ___ 6(1( .OO : bud wood and graft wood and all other : .
?-- --
473--< I L. Bandy Com tax collector General revenue _. __ __- 'J171801 "
8 S. f), No. 2 n._ ._ 4.tl and see what they needed. U.V. Ashton roads salary._ superintendent _____.-_ 7500H Hoad _-_h__:_. --- - -_. 365297 host plants of this disease as soon -,
474C. I* nand 'om.. tax col- A petition signed by the citizens of *1. 'arm..r. salary huu-captain Finn and forfeiture_ __ 636 74 as they are discovered, except fruit .)

__ 475 C lictor L.. Bandy S S. Conk I'. No.tax 3------col- 1107 Whittier asking for a public i-oad.be. Kuardn __ __ - _n__ _-_ ,11000 The tax collector flied his report of intended for eating and seeds is hereby -' '. ..

; . .... . .. . .... . -- l..cl"r.1'I' h D. No 4 _ _ 11.17 tween Kenans\ille and Nittaw was Frank K; L. Brill Rvans, salary' :maintenance: guard--------: allowcd )- 50 00 executions collected for the year 1912. prohibited. 1 :

476;--(' U Band>. Com. tax collortor read and upon motion, duly seconded, _ Uh.--, 8 oo There being no further business, the Provided that importations of limited :s'
.
217
HilI'I No 5------
they agreed to soon Bra. J. M. Stewart, maintenanceallowed board adjourned. quantities of new or rare varieties
grant same as
477 C. L. 13and Cum tax colIntnr as
-
__ __ __ _
FlemingCLEANING 5 OO may be allowed by special permit of "
8 S. !II. No. 6n--- 2 747K they could, get to it. E. L. LESLEY, 1"
r. U tax. J 00479Klaelrnme Henry hulllvan maintenance allowed the hoard of control. Applications for '
-- Bandy error poll Miss Bettie Aultman came before ___ 6 00 Attest.l Chairman
%_f. pi t.-" _Lumber. P Co._ aup-_ 4 174HOMon..tdo..a the board and asked them_ -for their I... H. Invram h.u circuit court <'o..t.hn. 154 *9 J. LTbVERSTREET. Clerk. such permits must be made to the Inspector '

) & Tlndall lum endorsement. upon her petition to the JamH guard Jesse Johnston YaAes advance__ ____to_ 13.44J. of nursery stock. ''il
PRESSING her Itch No [3. 8. K I' governor of the state of Florida for L.. Overstreet circuit h cOllrtoo.t. Provided further, that this prohibition ,

_ t DYEING .... I 481-A.No I I' S Story.._-__wood 00 .n'U Salt. No._ 28.20 the appointment as superintendent of .. .hhUn.h___ _._ 86 17H REVISION Of RULE 6; does not apply to shipments made :.
W. B Drew Co. supplies toclnrles by the United States Department! of ; .
I 23---------------- 200 public instruction,; for the unexpiredterm office __ ___ 17 63 "
1 : REPAIRING 4 HZ -\\' 100 of Supt. W J. Sears. J. K. Rasa. 15 gallons uu syrup- to ABOLISHMENT RULE 9 Agriculture -
., .
4k8w It Maklnnon. I' .. \jp
I .. Board of Control. i
A from Mr. H. E. Anschutz *17.60'b..tt..r
-- - ilt-s. 14 H. P No. 1.__ 300Hardware letter R.r 8 \-ro; d. ';rdors.ij: ;;(-- P K. Yohge chairman, Pensac .?.
'" Po. engineer and superintendent of De- ;".
Omiola
sup __ _ ___ *
Leave word 67 40 *
rm? houaeaot d 'IotL. T.
B
'" plica C'annfnK club _u 63 6S4I Soto county stating that the DeSoto Osceola Hdw- ? Co.- supplies nnoou to NEW RULE 44 AI>OI..EU.University King, Arcadia "' ftb'i
will be CI'IH'd| ,lor aDd returned : >5-..('Illn-nx Itarik Int. warrants engineer court house ____ 305fficola E I.. Wartmann Citra.F. .
: No BIS. 1 1.457. 410 -u u_ It 67 county was instructed to con- ( lidw Co.oonu. hh of Florida, Office of Inspector E,
supplies to Jennings Jacksonville'W ,
r ; Satisfaction Guaranteed 4.t 8It ((1 \\t I k atipplt.Sib '16 'tI 8 INo > of Osceola and estimate the Falconer Co.' Fmlayson. Old Town. !
A' I - _ __ u_- -__._ _ 3 884S7 county election pencils_ ___ for____prlmar___ __ 1 173 Issued under the direction of the Inspector of Nursery Stock.
. . -e', . . . + + + +
.-. '.. --. .- IB. HilI'I No. L__-.. _.. 4 60 river was read by Chairman E. L. convicts company.___.___ _____u_--_ __ 22 60DIItonttarrl""Co. nursey stock. I tomologist Honda Previously en- .".
The deed having been received to Lesley, thereupon the clerk was Instructed .. shoes to con board Agricultural Experiment -
.OOOOOOOOOO vlcts __. _'____ ____- ___- IS 95 By resolution of the of con- Station.
to write to Mr. Anschutz. to -- -- --
the land for school Deer "
purposes at Chas. B McCror. court stenog trol, at Tallahassee Fla, April 13, For copies of nursery inspection circulars '
.
Park as per agreement, the board decided make estimate as per instructions of rapher.6'7Tring: tc rm circuit courtll2.6 1914, rule 6 (nursery inspection circular address the
<
the PeSoto board and send Chas E. McCrory. inspector of nursery '//if
to construct a school house on county aMULES transportation revised rule 9 abolished
Ie. In case of State va W. Hay__ _, 27 76 _) _was_ __ stock Experiment Station buildI.)I.
.CRAYST9NE said land and j l A A -----.1
as early'as possible appointed . .fi'injf.
M KMZsUplls:__ to convicts._-__ 1235 ana new ruic 44 nuopi""u Gainesville Fla.
W. C. Bass chairman; G. W. Ueo t). Karnard "&" Co.. suppliesto Revised Rule 6' Y.t.
J. ._ __-__ _._ .
court house 6 50
.. Overstreet and Robert Donefran as a nh
Rule 6. All of articles
or
W. W. Carson order of F. H Led- shipments
;. 1 __ IrCI all THE rUI commute-* to have said building constructed better ------------.4-------- BO..OOH things specified in this act, into the :

,,- and to make, _all necessary ar "*" W B. Drew Col criminal state of Florida from the states and Joe
Nsw and
", second-hand automo bench docket ___..- ._ 1800J Welsh t
bile for sale rangements hu and possessions of the I
from 130 tc L. Overstreet. Rel tea to A, J. territories |
11.000. at. Of are tone Qaraa-i The board instructed Messrs. W. C. FOR SALEFOR Outlaw ---- S.00Huguley United. States, except as otherwise I
e> Baar.t Bass and G W. Overstreet to, make all I axle prohibited, shall be defoliated and .
!
< L K. n...... Pit*. .. D. niTEI. Up necessary arrangements for'school at C.' grease L. -----------t----! :___----__. 28B.16 11.70 fumigated as provided in rules 3 and ',.. '!:!

:=_ .. .OOOOOOOOOO-OOOOOOOOOOCh !Meridia H L. L> ______ 81.29 4 hereof and shall have securely and I .
-' Messrs. Clyde Buzza and Earl Mor- I*. H Infrram. prleonef feed bill 34.00L. conspicuously attached to each and
SALE-One:
carload of H. I In&1".m. cost springterm
school
of
r* ,, . . . ... + + + . ... row were appointed janitors mules. three to five old circuit court ._.__-4-- 106.46 every package a permit-certificate. (
... No. 1 at a salary of $40 per month years Ktaslmmve Water & Ljlght plant This permit-certificate shall,be issued : ::

. and they were instructed to report to fourteen to fifteen hands light", May ___h-Jl___-.un. 1180 free of charge by the inspector of :,
C. F. THRASHER .
i. Mach' brothers teamsf *1.94
!v Sheet Metal Worker 4 Prof. R. M. Evans for instructions and high, all untrained; also one Prather A L-upfer. auto' ;;--hire.-;;- =-.- JS:00 nursery stock of the state of Floridain !

_ Steel ,Cellinga Spedalty to work under his supervision.* car of fat horses, fourteenand Mach brothers barrel of oil--.__ 1.4 exchange for an approved certificate :
l Itemized estimate of expendituresfor Osceola Hdir Co. supplies to issued the
401: CLAY STREET 4 one-half to fifteen hand primary election __.______ .u_ 5.05J by proper governmentor
the school 1.
year beginning July state official at the point of ship-
4 .
Kissimmee Fla. Zj Hoberson. medicine to convictS -
4 -
J,. o' ., 1914, and ending June 30, 1915 was high, all been worked double; ----- IS.OSOsceola ment. Printed copies, on tags, of thispermitcertificate
. 4 prepared and signed. The board find and good ;bunch) of Journal.; legal printing= 47.H to be used when r
a
. . . . + . . a cow Marshall "S" Bruce supplies.to '
ing that it would require seven mills horse a* there I Is in Texas. court house ...__--->--------- '.'* making shipments, must be obtained
: ....... ... .. ... .... for the next year for school purposes South Florida Sentinel printing from the Inspector of nursery stock, ,.
;.., .. " . voted 'seven mills and requested the five to nine years old. Will election ballot ...---------... lUG and an order for such tags, with cash -'ITTj!

I; JLEWIS; :O'BRYAN board of county commislseners to levy hip these horses and mute' Osceola2'.I.rent -_..__._-Co.._, one.__?month's.______ 1 pe for the amount must accompany all :

same. to my-rmnch close to Fort 8. T, Fansler supplies to convlts t.6J requests for such .permit-certificates..
Th. term of special ta ,xschool district Overstreet, recording.*..... t9.40 8. Permit-certificate will be
.ATTORNET: AT: LAWSPECIAtlZINQ Worth In'a few.day*. Write. Western UnlonVreL Co., telegram : tags
_ in and S. S. D. Nohaving 3 .
t VP. : trustees for by C.U : ,?. furnished applicants at the cost of -- t '
wUe..tOO.Ea.tt. Jbt!: Bndy------------- ,
T expired the board ordered,that ort : f Palance: printing postage prepaid.
''' IN an ejection: .b*. held on MondayJsaIy U' chang.avnue'North'FortWoib: ; T- convicts ....__-__.,__:._._.-__-._ 1.I* '100 tan ..: $1.60 I First PrizeWinner in Ohio. Fall-.

;: 6.'Ai D.. 191 4at Whittle* ,.,Florida in Texa: *.:: .WrfJ: Md- R.r. W.I). ,Warina Ashtoa., -roe.A hauling par 'i"I 7100Q. .1* I 200 f ,_.?._-_-k_-_-_-_-__-_- 1.75 I blooded, Welsh Stud Pony. Service l f; '-

,B 1f1 PT and'for,3. ,S. p. 'No,. 3,to',decide the ore.' 26-2t Montsdoea AiTlndall. lumber.fl: \ ..l 800 "! ____________ 2.00 I I''rend to the public. Breeding pit for
J'S amount 4&f mlllage,to be assessed.ai- .. Dock *Jteph n., rosid'worK_.A\:\ 21..a '600 ._ __ 1
:AND. . "j " Arthur Warrej Board. ..._ ,SI.OO __ _____ J.60 |' Large marea., S
I If nually lo..t..next 4w.y..ad also V..K. Bait.tuard JUT? ? 15.41e ..1,000le 3J50 I ,, '

" TITLE WORK4, to elect ,.trasUeto.:'for tht' next 'two '" ( : lass a. Baa. m.a.f----------, II S* b. The permit-oertiflea.t shall be in SWOPE PONY..FAR i r. J..

., ',, f.r..AHJL _<. <''"' ;[7eaThoztappeInte42LFWiIand: << . 'as. Ilarsea. Ir..a. ,.li. .. 4 ;' .....
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" 'Florida: "" Citrus Exchange WHATPLANTED' .':- :IN JUNEIn _: I t'Me'jjbc'' :: UpI .J ;



; F Season f of 1913-1914 I SUPERIOR rcFlace.: tHis
or : SERVICCtWari'many : '"' .,northern and -western Florida] I { ; .

s, "', .. -arCOVRTEOU6TAEATMF.NT "Vegetable .Carden--Tbe vowing Summer '
-M. during ,ths| month is similar to the '

r *>!.With- this 1..ue the Florida'Cltru.. tirely" new pa k ng' preceding.The growing crops will require -' r

:) Exchange, through .Manager. L.,' D. inC and completely attention,' a* 'weeds crow, fast e,

'Jone's, present it.averages..for thiaeaaon houses ,The new: during thia month.: j .r,. S,4
\\f one oranges', grapefruit; Eustis has also been "Corn maybe planted'for the'lastsupply
comparing these averages with forme) past year"and while It "r of roasting' ears also few : .. f

':reva.; and also showing,the average association,.it high water and oiuskmellons. .Cucumbers, am, prepared to :convert .
S. prices an der that head 'aa we' 1 ., quash and ,
ot au exchanges. These .'ATr at'' Deaf]M'Ore i pumpkins planted during '
fl 0. b.Jacksonville, no freight remain an association at that , this month generally do well but, if -DYrUea"o"Juaawi; : i
'to be charged, against the figures but fore of any'note, f i1 the-weather is hot and dry they re- .
:'all-picking, p.cklnc.anei. .. _eiling There i. in process :..; quire air abundance ef "Water. reaadnahle'distance of ,Kia-: .

charge, .r.yet: to.be.deducted and the present time 'an ) .;! people'i aIi e1.:s is in= ,Southern/ Prolific." Early Golden aimmee no .tt.rt'hicrw'rou '
,
|
:
t' ths may be estimated at from 70 to 75 Crescent City Noeatee , ...., Cluster Wax.' Indian Chief.or Pole ,',
ante; box, varying in different case. Station (near Plant ) 'ti Black Wax Kentucky Wonder and h or neglected,, into'; a>
! 'fort variou. ....on.. Thecomparativaubexchange prospects of a : ., eluded I in goodbankingp ervice.t| White Creaaeback Pole Bean. are> the .

averages are up to Apri fruit at each place. beat to plant thia month, as they stand "productive and rcmunera-j f.
aOtli:only.l. '. this, a large number of c" more heat than other varieties. Con- i
h k a;Up;to tht". time the exchange baa signed up with-sour, It is to your advantage 'to'/avail i ayouelf tinue to set out sweet potato, clips or tire condition. ? '
than it did to tha< .
r !hipped less fruit tions as special vines.fSow.' .
t, f hate time last season, this being to parts of the- citrus of I Iing all kinds of radishes, endive ', '
'counted for by., reason of shorter ,crop, drawls up till the our faaliUes'forserv-f. for salad lettuce. Before sowing soak: -,
"' :the total shipments from the state \be- drawal period have the seeds for two hours in water take #
.'
'in*'21,074 cars to May 26th as againstW.8fW Old associations that you well. AC nts.subjett,. to we them out, put in a piece of clots and .
ear Jto May 24th of last year, new packing .houses set in a cool damp place or if con Estimate and PlansFurnished ,

f .XM,i"ix. amount the exchange ship.. this season so-'far check 'especially"i invited. venient an ice box, which It best. .
' 1b mentJta tears have been 46,6show- Ceia and Fort Myers, Keep the cloth moist and in four to .
rj 'inc!that/21.4 per cent of the output number of other '. : six days the seeds will sprout Then y ?

\'y'11) -haa-oVm' handled co-operatoly. Th< vestigating as to sow them. It Is Igst.to dose la the

" "number of boxes in a car varies con taken as a whole, the Arthur E. Donegan, P. Ki: Weaver;; .evening, and give a good watering. -
t aiderably, the range being from 3X( never been so "If the seeds are-sown without. be- /
1 '-box_ upward, the regulation load bed Florida Citrus President. Cashier.. lag sprouted, ants will be likely to
the probable average load Up to date there h.. them before .
carry away they can germinate -
i" "bung 825 boxes. The shipments fron this year 1,433,163 : : and the seedsman be blamed Alf. W.: Laud'e
"' May 26th on for the balance of the The actual cost of : for selling seeds that did not grow.

)t leason will be almost wholly exchange sive of advertising, 40 INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS This sprouting has to be done from

;1' -and will make the percentage for the cents per box. May to September, or, if the weatheris The Developer of Modern Model Fans*
,whole season about 22, or the same ai Claims. warm and dry in the latter month ft

I?, ,It was last season.OiIt Since April 1st, 1913, .... up to the middleof October. Shouldthe '
;.., --M will be noted that the orange average partment has collected weather be moist and cool in the BoJ cj45,
STATES
;' ,' for the year Is lower than -Iw standing claim-account CROP REPORT, FLORIDA AND UNITED fall it can be dispensed with.
f but in spite of -- > Jane 8,- 1914, Fla.LICET
Kissimmee
; the season of 1912-13. seasons, $30,929.87; f "Cabbagefor winter crops can be .i,.
'thi the prices for Florida fruit were 417.24; total closed out sown in this month as the plants are i
j, 'greatly above that of the California The amounts Bureau of Statistics, in Co-operation with Weather Bureau, generally\ easier raised during this

. I navel, probably the first season that 1st, 1913, on each United States Department of Agriculture. than the following\ months."Cauliflower .
\4. 'this ha. ever occurred. Many readers low Estimate, as of June 1, 1914, with comparisons, made by bureau of statis may still be sown at tee

f. 1'J' will be surprised to know that First season p ,'_ (crop estimates) are given below: the early part of this month; towardsthe
grapefruit averaged better this seasor Hecond fleaBon , .- end Half Early Paris, Extra Early/
!than last, but this is a fact, for ir Third season .-.-___ -_-._ ___ I Plorl J |Unltd Slates Paris, Early{ Dwarf Erfurt Hender
Fourth season
spite of the'poor quality of the fruit Fifth season .u.u -_ _-- --_ son's Snowball can be sown. Some ? The \lice qitotioB .U quickly>_ '
"thia year, as a whole, the crop was cultivators transplant them, when ,"tiedI\ you dint rouefcmlt whh r
..
lighter than a year ago, and to this Total son collected_____ thia___ June I, forecast _________________________Bushels__ 600,000( 1,216,000,000 large enough, at once from the seedbed ,y lice Aowde it F'
date we have an average this year ol Final 5 1909-1913--Bushels701,0001,131,175,000 into the open! ground, others plant a _
Since the average years -
t'. 92.81, f. o. b., as against $1.98 for last. them- first in dirt bands and trans 1 ...qukk sod ..we.., .
'gear.ti change there have 1 round later. However, s....your poultry profit. IWCMIM $ie ] t

v The value of the traffic department. there aggregating has been$ I Condition June I, 1914_______ ______________-----u 70 88.7 if transplanted at this time of the Kill the LiceDoesn't '
\ {is shown in the amount of collection I Condition June I, 6-year average___________________ 86 87.4 year they will have to be shaded fora I '.
,) made since the exchange was organ or an average There is few day. and watered until they HarmChicken.*


_ $:'# an iced.enviable Traffic record Manager in his Dow work.has made The each the 203.54 past year.-$12,404.77 season, the of Condition- June I, 1914____________________________ 71 89.8 have"Sow taken tomatoes a good hold.for late crop towards rr rue.d"..hvrsarsr4ssurrw9iaa sere....e.d/petklrzer- M.........ee.N"... by J; YIVConkey's

report shows that since the inceptior closed out during Condition June 10-year average_ _________u__n__ 86 90.0 the end of this month. espwM. e_ ..'.'
+ vof the exchange there have been col oe "Field-Cowpea.. Canada Field Lke Lknnd aAMr-i
the remaining
\ lected claims c amounting to a grand the mer;hands of Peas, Sopa and Velvet Beans, Sorghum ,0 as ' OwtlSICONKEY i y
attorneys
.f 14. total of $117,000 and that Mr.. DowI ception of a few / Condition June I, 1914___________________________.: n ---- and all varieties of -field corn _eae.Mah.4krr.1ooII.-.1JIfA. .
: had collected of this amount $30,930, 90 86.8 can still be sown. Plant sweet potato >I
under investigation.From Condition June I, 8-year average------------------- ..
.during the past year. slips or vines for a late crop."-Walton HEAD UCE'Carafe r aF
Earlier this season, when the bloom a traffic Seed OINTIIIMT "..,
catalogue.In
..
r company's
I ;was on the citrus trees and shortlj tion pleased line to, with report the that ACIIES-Condition June I, 1914_________________________--- 72 61.7 Central Florida: Butter beans, as.*_m*_> km-ckiriu..,, _M. . /1
it .. .. r.
9 afQ r.h fruit began to- aet, was 73 59.2 cabbage seed cauliflower seed celery ,.
have given us Condition June I, 10-year averageuuuuu .
, estimated that the next year's crop in cases the, transportation of ..<< seed, cowpeas, eggplant, parsley, pep at5eazc.act.an.sr4wri ".J-
, would run to 000,000 boxes, but pers squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes 1D.
the -
during
I'. fruit men are Inclined.to. cut this fig. been the policy:past to Condition June I, "-_____________ _____ ___.:__ 70 68.4 watermelons.
, and in fact, some grower l '
-
ure now, 65.3 Tampa and southward: Butter OsceolaPharmacySubscribe
our tonnage with all of Condition June I, 6-year
are claiming short crop. This condition vided they could handle bean., cabbage seed, celery seed cow-i \
has been brought about by the i pea', eggplant seed, peppers, squash I
and
{ excnsively dry spring. Up to May with ing the dispatch interest of the Condition June-I, 1914__average---------------------7- 77. sweet potatoes, tomato. plants andseed -" ... """'- --

1u leer,,26th lot of this shipments'year, if by we 325 multiply, which the ii plan has: worked : Condition June I, 8-ye.r 7'9.11 watermelons*: <_ I to The Valley! Gazette- v

r figured as a fair average loads we find today the various . '.- 11" s
;
tives throughout the M ''
that there have gone out to May. 26th, _____ 68 / 82.1
{ for pleased with the Condition! June I, 1914-:
tiler 7,059,050 boxes. The shipments to thusyear given them, are CondItion June I, 8-year .vera ___----__--__ -____-' .86.0 . r ," ....
twenty-nine seasons prior

._ )'Tear, are, given below: Output*IrHoxe .opportunity boostisjg The combined the presents exchange Jacksonville'Florida: ,June 8/1914, 2:45 p. m. ., - .. . .... D.. If. WDIJFj 6 A I.AAJ CEr U C : : y,

1'I
', ..4.1_.._..____...:_-_______;._.:.? too.001 southeastern lines to -
tit..,.... .......-.---....-.----.. '00.000 tor" 1 er will'aend.. It I.f'l'a'' 'waat of time !Ct'i-f
-- equipment
- era WAY S.callor'ti'MtL&r :
t .... ........-;___..__.......----... i.'80.000 (;HV0i and money and a IOvo. of bitter disappointment - :, : E.; DdMfma ,...qe1'
... ...__.. ___...._ _.._.....:I 80.000 withdrawal by the '
..1..7- -a-- ':
: : at time R He 9 Second flow Otuei Buk'Bailmr. .Pke> ..
155s---------, l.nO.Ooo of, their, equipment fl : ,fruiting .11 )'.011pool" .. .. ...
a ___ __.._____ '1.110.100 'GROW ,, ,
i, 1..1.00_......; has resulted TO THE: set plant. ; : ; ,
.to-.l___________n:::--------L4Ieoo.'1,11T.07: : territory.carriers being able to Poor plants are' costly'evenas. asift .....,,. ..
-21,1-es-----------------------. .1..1_______________________ 4,141,141 nish an ample supply STRAWBERRYBy I ; indifferent plants never'carr satisfy General lunranc Buslaeas. representing the strongest sad iaat '
__ ___..__ I '
1 194.95-------------- I..oa.n the your ideals; only perfectly developed ,
s'l 195.94------------------__:..._ 41.009 during past season, Reliable companlea. -- ,. f- mow,,
11.51' ing the heretofore I plants are good enough for .
-4-+:r -3S54-57.---------------____ ______--- 1M.1M I. I anybody to buy and set out and work 4
".' ltT-.._-___ disastrous car shortage.Several (By W. H. Burke.) We will continue the Bswlneas of the Arthur E. Doaegaa Agemcy
.
,, r eel-ee-- : over and plants are inspiration
good an
v = ::=::=::==== mm: concessions I ;
:: t ::::::= = 1,3 0TOO granted in the way of Everybody ought to have a straw in themselves.Having without, ckaage-Tour patronage is respectfully solicited. aI
z.4 1I00-01.n
, 1901.41----------------------- nun version privileges, patch, little or big, as the case your land prepared and the
,( l9ai-olr---------------------- 1.860,811't 1.48&.lot'ft department a broader be. If one lives on a town-lot, or ) to hand, ket the latter in readiness ....I
;' J.ln.IIt' tribution, and several crowded between the high walls of for setting. By this we mean "
1901-04-----------------------
; ,)I : *,U'.SltOS.183.128 consideration. As a houses or is blessed with a home that they should be pruned by cutting
Iff y, ,1597.04----------------------- highly pleased at the in the open, from which broad off about one-third of the roots. It is
''F' '505-09----------------------- 6.100.000 5.JIO.OOO and with the future stretch away in their amplitude the uniform experience of practical

.1.. '1110-11--------------101.10----------------------- 4.600.000 The report i is I I fresh air knd opportunity, it mat that pruning in this way induces The....
w 1911.11---------------------- 4.J50.000t : : showing the averages not so far as strawberries go- a larger root system, which in
ir 1911.11-----------------------. 1.126.119 the fruit universal, and all and
exchange up to April are turn builds up a larger crown- --
: Mananfer's Report. The Florida Grower of '' enjoy them to the full. the size and strength of the crown is AmericanAddjng
::- I herewith submit report showing 'I I us not forget at the outset that what determines the yield and size of

I t the operation of the Florida Citrus HOT WEATHER ', as the strawberry is universally the berries.
if' Exchange during the past year, and FOR so is it universal in its adapt- The plant being in readiness, take a .
I- its present condition, physically and to all sorts of soils and cli- dibble (most practical growers use : r.l(4J
."" financially. The American Its climatic range includes the this little and convenient tool in setting o o 7;,
We are unable at this time to make vention of Cruelty to and Alaska, and one entire plants) and running it into the I r;
l t
a complete report, from the fact that annual hot weather comes from Switzerland where ground, in the line of the rows to be, (
iv have upwards of fifty cars of fruit users says: hardy plants peep out from the to a depth of about six inches, pressit : rif
through shipping.The "Don't overload the ; of and Matterhorn make Machine I
ofit, and are not yet Jungfrau from you seas to an opening J.
completed-report will be issued at overspeed your horse. the first signs of spring. And large enough to take in the roots of
the end of our fiscal year, which is i "Use well fitting, no other fruit responds more the plants.
July 31st, in connection with the financial ness, loose-fitting and profitably to intensive cul Lay the roots into this opening with The Latent Adder r e
report of that date. Bridles. Carry a pail l methods than does the strawhe care, seeing to it that they are as
I :would recommend that our fiscal frequently wash or nearly straight a* ; then 're i
''year be made to.end on September nose, mouth and face. elements necessary to large move the dibble and po..ible'i it into the Costs'But $35 '
'80th, commencing this season. "Give warm bran with the strawberry are: Good soil about two inches from the openIng ,;J
Organization and Miuionary Work. night in addition to the ] those that have been selected containing the plant, and draw it See our exhibit--iu

During the--past year substantial nights. mother plants of known fruiting toward you. '
associations have been organized atDeLan "Avoid up 'grades ; -a soil filled with plant-food This will press the earth firmly for 10 day trialh. .

", Umatilla and Leesburg, each ble." well-balanced, and careful, against the roots of the plant, and by at Cole & Unley
do
. one of these points either building en- 'Feed properly' ; and intelligent cultivation. pressing the surface with the fingersthe :
I underfeed; study the these may be added an Import crown will be properly firmed into cornNow we make 'this offer .o' that 4
.. and determine just how fourth, and that is proper mulch- place. Her I.I a new price on a offices everywhere mar learn
that 1
it to machine
ment requires petent Adder. On a
which serves many purposes When set the crown of the plant Infallible. what this machine means to '
... serviceable condition I. rapid, full-lisa and /
,. ( from alternate freezing
.
should just above the surfaceof built them r
k "Plenty of light, appear The very latest machine
"' I thawing in winter conservation the the shoulder of the .. :
Are pure water and proper ground, by men who know In one of the
of
YOU the .
If moisture daring maturing
' "' I I, necessary to the horse and cleanliness of the berries; roots being barely covered largest metal-working- shopa. Ten Days' Test
the human being. Then comes cultivation, and it is it I. an Individual Adder to be
'j I I The circulars will'be mulching materials forming a surprising what cultivation will\ ac- placed on ones desk, close to We will gladly place la any office 1

.. r I plication to the: floor the for the fruit'period.to. lie upon complish. With the ..tr.wberrcul- one's book. and paper To take one American Adder for a i\\\\
ripening
World. tivationbegins just as soon as the the place of the o.ntral machine ten days' test.
, THINKING OF BUILDING A I I Still preparation is the first thing plants are in .the ground. This Is to requiring skilled operator. There will be no obligation, .
I, be considered by the grower at; this conserve the moisture in the soil at It 1. also Intended for offices and charges will b. prepaid. ).
OF ANY KIND, LET that his land is ;
HOUSE I Assuming now the time of planting, which will\ escape and stores where costly machinesare Compare It with any nonlistereven ,
WITH YOU. The estate owned. by good condition of fertility, the first by capillarity through the tracks left a. luxury. -- the costliest Let _70n. ,.
:ME FIGURES Crowninshield in a for one who is to set out land on the sin-face by the feet of the set use It. See If say machine can / '
," -.i port town adjoins the strawberries is to get"the The price Is due to utter elmserve better than this. A tpllelty

I AM PREPARED TO FUR- sturdy farmer, relates devoted to this purpose in shape. ter.In a small patch the work will bedone and to our enormous out.lu.t sent thla'boupon and we'll
be broken with '
soil should
?t Press,. A valuable dog up altogether with the hoe; but if put. Seven keys do all the work. 'send the .machine.
;: NISH PLANS; AND ESTIMATES colonel used to get d or spade to a depth. of at least should '
sizable he aIs
; and chase the farmer's InchelJ' and deeper if the soil will one has quite a patch Bach copied number y
.: J
I have a handcultivator, and if b.IP'Ow. shown up for checking ''f:
!t' ROCK BOTTOM However if the soil be
: AT he went to Colonel very berries for' market he should before-.the addition Plea*. send us aj> American Adding\"
It, I requested that the one must see to it that the twelve-tooth horse cultivator if la d'Daobln.: -Machine for tea days fre.. trial < f
PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD. stopped. is never brought to the sur have a The will &44.
he would achieve highest-suetess' subtract and multiply. "
It" "How do -you, know Never let a week go by wlthouC go- With very Blight ''praoJI_ _4. ______" .. ,.
Colonel breaking harrow it and re- "
h asked ties anyone can compute
) unsatisfactorily. it until it is as near the condi- Eng over the field or patch with a cul- a hundred flgurea a .street Ad.a- _____ .. ...{ ,,

t.. "How do I know?" l of fin* shaes.as. you can get iu tivator die and If it after rain each frequently, downfall, go chine minute.never And makes the uls-mat- ,j > time to soil in condition is over patch CJ,, ---,
I farmer with rising get the soil will crumble taJces.Countleas ------------ .-, .
a* soon as t J '
lust off loea. large
soil
," him a.plant set out. If the /
"Why I've seen In the hand. 'and small are gettingfrom .tat.. ..',....... .. y-;:.. '" 4
'and Builder, lYou must bring me sandy,A it should be rolled firmly, . .,
t I Contractor . This may appear like a I lot of work; thee machlnea the ?
t" r the colonel, "'the ;plants: ; wl heat, highest. claae.of: serrlo; *.' . ,
relied .roves but it and big I : max
he pay .
) : .. 'V KISSIMME .FLA. right sir,",said .. it'lightly .pays p .o..a.'I -. '".." -..- .
-- -. .;;lel.ut-h-r;. __ : .
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---= -h924:8urnev -1' lid b ttAtJi"ton . ; -eryr RENT'AB"SAIZ-Two-story- .' t. "
'Phona26 t. bother cow Of..coune"yoa have'ordered' your FOR: '*' Sold by COLE !Dd UNLEY A.enb :,:
; : at; dog my I . to ,
: '
;/::. : the want- from..te1labl..cI..r.' Dont tora>building onBrack St.'North ,< ;;Jlfi. -l
.si,' .I 4- ," ..L..L.J.., -, Rroof, 7'Ou... .. ; : other kinds than.auch. jntrHnTtrtt H. CU' Stanford- -29-tf
4 - 1 i -' f in' **< u't'i' i ny: av grow- .
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PAGE a. I THE KISSIMMEE VALLET T GAZETTE.
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4i '1 Mil MMI IIIIIIIMI.I' Mil MM -. . .:. eyesight o! the hUman nee.,.' The'development Florida :'

. of'. the..tungsten lamp i* SOUTHERN' UnsurpassedFor
probably the most marked 'eRaising
I improvement It
.ei Society fSptes 'in artificial illumination that ha .. '
recently; been made' for it not only Early LambgA

increase'I the light\ capacity; but decrease + :
the cost of consumption Most COLONIZATION ,
(Mattie. Belle Harria Editor.) electric : \0, -- .5 *1
companies l will, on request, '.
furnish few week -ago we published a ing under. .Rape,' kale, cabbage<,
tungsten free
lamp to"con- local article about,the visit to Florida vetches, turnips and all such cropc.ivi
Request ia made to all patron of the Valley Ciz'tte to H.d! Hems supplied sumers, just the .. they old-fashioned have heretofore of W. J. Clarke editor of the Shep grow splendidly in the south and ;VJ:

now carbon COMPANY herd' Journal- of Chicago and his ahould' y. a* good reJrWtIu in the ifs
i in these colon filament
tke Editor for publication lamps. -As illustration
of wcktv events to of the an pleasure at ascertaining that this south and weat of England because of. "I
superiority of the tungsten state is particularly well adapted to the lack of snow." ;. ;
all other
: isisiiipppIslIlIsl aII j III 11111 111I1 11111 II' III I Iplsdamonc ,. ; may; be lamp said over that the United lamps States it the raising of sheep, especially about) It struck Mr. Clarke that one great '"
Tallahassee. Since his return to Chi' thing in the south is the ease with. ,
Shakrnpeare Club. which was an .dverti'B.1' all goyernroent carbon has issued at), order that cago he has written an account of his which catch crop can be raised after '

Mrs. G. F. Kribbs entertained the I ing contest in which ; 'abandoned in filament its lamp. shall and that be I Will Sell Its Stock In trip to Florida, and hi* impressions, a regular crop and he points out their, '
club afternoon the prize a box of candy Refreshments buildings below value for humus- '
; Shakespeare Tuesday won parts of Which we reprint : adding to the ioU.,\ r
.
shall
.: in honor of Miss Tracy, who left at of 'ice cream and cake were twenty-flve-watt be substituted in tungsten their lamps "This article," says Mr. Clarke "I. The neglect of the'soilby some FlorIda .

midnight for New York from whence 1 I served. Those present were Misses One of the best places. Railroad the result of considerable inquiry thatI farmers he characterize a* erim- *
for illuminating I'
Ahe will sail immediately for'her homein Cecelia Overstreet', Nina Bratton such lights have received from subscribers in inal. Then, returning to the sheep ,
; Europe. Those present were :Mi"" -< Ruth Claik. Helen Bass Mattie Belle foundries places as railroad sheds, I several sections of this country and question he ': .,.. "
Miss !Mr.-. Harris. Lidlan Prentis, Messrs. Melville and blacksmith shops i is Florida is 4Vceds'' S
Tracy, Miss ltman. Bay wha-t is known the "flaming-arc' other countries regarding a "Pinev Ewes as Fou ldaU-..
Prentis Mrs. noiseMr! *. Winn ;Mrs. Huffman, Harold Buzza, Will Mason lamp." It has been as that : MEETING CALLED FOR THAT sheep and goat-raising country inquiry "After I had grown on my farm for-'

I Bryan, Mrs. Kribbs.4 Tiller, Harper Casler and Earl ,I the fumes of the arc improved are condensed so PURPOSE AT SEMINOLE HOTEL. that was accompanied by such age crops, as f know from practical .
T. Cowagci. .; diversity of opinion as.to the meritsof experience to be valuable for
< JACKSONVILLE FOR sheep" ;
and do not into
the air ,
i League l-.nlortainn., I -.>- I. escape nor II ,
Epworlh be-I' t'
for such thaton raising for
I come deposited on the globe.. It is !MONDAY, THE the country purposes especially early-lamb rais--y :
The Sunday Fj>worth League gave Th.II"N": O'Bcrry Entertain. May 2 I determined to pack my ing, I would buy a.few hundred head "1
cheap lamp to maintain, as set of '
., lawn party Monday evening! at the I iI -Misses Marie and Rose O'Berry I carbonS will burn from 100 one to 120 I 15TH. grip and go and see for myself, and of the common "piney woods" ewse"and
:I. home offr! and Mrs II. N. Stratton t have been 'nteltalnlllK a house partyof hours without attention. what I sayin this editorial sketch cross them with rams of some of*.

; on Mass street. Various games were young ladiese 'this> ueek at their I The natural and artificial The following notice appeared in may be relied upon as an underdrawn the mproved mutton breeds. These/i

i.- played in the yard, after which a pic- home near Shingle Creek. On Wednesday I'' lighting proper of school rooms has a most yesterday's i-sue of the Times-Union: rather than an overdrawn picture of I ewjs/! were a surprise to me. I took-*.v

t. .; ni(- supper was enjoyed. Th rest of eveningome young men of marked effect on the health of the "To shareholders; Southern, Colonization what I saw on my trip and the inferences pictures of some of them. ThoM t

the eve.img all joined in singing! popu- the city were i in\ited out to join them I school children. One interesting fact company You will please take | I drew therefrom. | lures are not as yet develop. Theso >>!
lar songN. Those who enjoyed the and delightful evening follow. "After going over thousands i, sheep are extremely wild tojxf their'-j
many
a M'ry disclosed by these investigations is' notice that a special% meeting;( of the I
t'\ evening \crc Misses Nina liratton, I ('(IS Some games were played on the that girl"", ''. )'e8 are usually worse than I shareholders of Southern Colonization I of acres" of land in Floriqa I wonder j pictures were takeji at VArey'long": '' 'lrj:
1\ Cecelia' Ovi-rstreet, I Helen I HUBS, !Mattie lawn after. which all joined in singing.popular boys' This is-accounted for by will bo held at the Seminole I why stockmen of the north have learn .range!, so I do not expect ve>jr"com*
I'rrnjtifc eyes. \! t'ompiiny' "
qt Belle Harris, Lillian MabelOverKtreet. [ songs' Refreshments of Florida 8t'the truth about this state of remarkable -I|, illustrations, but sufficient, ,
the fact that girls are taught to -ew hotel in --Jacksonville on prehensive
,
; I Huffman I ,
( l laik
I! ( Paruh I ; cake and watermelon were I possibilities\ and the south I give my readers some idea ,
pumh.
1914
curly in life and oftentimes with insufficient Monday the 15th slay of June, at
Li; M..ssr"1'I'illl.: ." I IIufTmun I I IliirpeiCastler I I "serej.. Those who enjoyed the evening I illumination. Sewing! lessons I 10 I) fl'.lock. in the morning of l said day : generally as a sheep and goat-raising I I of the clans of ewes that run *gr! .c- f

Kail I ( o"ager. Ralph, Tu..npr.if' Paul, wen1' Misses Rose and :MarieO'lieiry should not I lie given to little girl.liefore .. f foi the! puipose of selling the stock of 'I country. 1 have no hesitancy in saying 'tically wild in the piney woods of

Foster Newton, Harold. IhJ7/a. Cecil! !Haskin.. Ru1lI''evlltt.. seven years; of age; good light the South Florida and Gulf Railwayrompi I' 1t1'1QEtdt43: -splendid country I Florida. These ewes seem to be stock,'"' "

: w. Marks. Will Mason* Till.Mrs. -. I Lcomi ltol.t'i. 011. Kthcl? iV-f. I IvinaSihweikart < should always bo assured; and discrimination .ny..now owned by this company:, I I for certain branches of tho sheep and from the old Leicester. How they ,

: \ulI man F.iilrrluinsMrs :Mc.riArthur Alcxandei shallbe shown between and for the purpose. of authorizing the I goat-raising i business. and possibly came there 1 could not learn. They I ",
*' Sam I upfci Jim Miller, HowardStuntnn. girls having good eye and those having - director.and officers of this company 'I any and all brunches are rather .small, as one mould nat-V

S I! Aultman and daughterentertained ,. ll.i.i. i-, I 'Downing/ MelvilleHuffman. I I )poor eyes. I[ to make\ a contract with the said South I'I">W l lo :Nol' Understand'. Southern nrally imagine by the extremely poor .
.
: in' IIOIIKI of :Mi-- :MaryWhccJjr ; 1 I! . I Ike l d..1It. ami. (liialminYoung ;
of ( olumhiu college on TUI'' dren'eye.s., the size and style of types, \\hirhthe said railway willIIgi''V "\\'e, as northerners, 'do not understand well conformed and evidently-i,
day! Moon ThoH- '*nl.1 i-it ,inVrd I i company : ''
alvi .
pM't l southern condition If do. i great milkers and mothers, judgingby ?" .
the we .
0101 of finish the of the.said
several' in-trummtal '"I"1.: ...- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. the quality and paper, I j to construction "
ff : : : : : &:. : ': : : -: -: : : : : illustrations, the angle and the posi- \ railway company and for the further : the northern versions of the stories their lambs. By way of establishing aflock fc-,
'\Vh&elel'. vocal solos b> Mrs Noitonand that I have heard of the south notthe of early-lamb raisers I would *!'
f\\I lion in reading and writing the colorof purpose of making necessary ad- ,I are
Mi.ss .Jo Hrrln, liryan. and lead .. '
.
: ( t IMTOI'SIIION( ) SCM.K.: : blackboard.- chulkhouKi always \ances in to this. the correct ones.. Northerners that take us many of these ewes as I could *,
money company
ings by M..I. I 1C: \l.upfor MiTracy, .:. '' have not been south not charitable get and breed a large portion of them *
'--- : be taken, into consideration in i details of said advances and contractbeing are as. <(r
.
1 Miss Bay and Mrs. Bo.. ,' pro-'idKI/ at .:. l B .1' IL \Vat ..tt ".1 selecting .school book.-, and sthool supplies i more particularly set out in a in their views of this country of to a Dorset! or Tunis ram with a viewVK!:;

t, the punch howl. .: background wonderful possibilities as. they should l of establishing a flock of ewes that tJ
black ] letter all shareholders
.'1. Janet Graven; -1* Enl" 1'1 ainH. .;. .;. .;. <. .;. .;. <. .;. <. .;. .;. <. <. .;. .;. .;. .j. .> I I is the type ino-t on lugible a yellow of all I combinations -- I, signed circular by F. H.sent Lynch to W. S. Dwinnelland be. I have never seen a country which 'would inherit the early-lambing ten.dencies *f 1

especially for distance others and dated the first day of has been so beautified by nature as of these breeds, although the i
Miss Junet Craves; entertained a Tininsect, )gets I it.- name from the I i the south. Nature could not have been crackers' say that the ewes will take j
while black type on a white background I June, 1914, also for the purpose of ,
large number of her friends Saturday fluted white, cottony.gg.ae. of the I conies nxlh in order out ofthirteen electing directors of the said Southern I I kinder than she has been to Florida. j the ram any time when not in lamb or :r
aftrnoon at the home of her parents female IL is a native. of Austarlia .: Colonization and Georgia and Alabama and no doubt I the lambs are not running with them.
Mr. arid. Mrs. Ross Graves! on Kmmett from when it introduced into California specimens company, any i This is '
was in
other southern states. With the care quite possible such a cU- :
The work of the railway mail clerk othei business that be legallybrought
: ;-' street, in honor of' her eighth birth in I 1XHX, Hy 1HSO it had spread i may : | since "
Is one of the most trying occupations before such meeting."ALBERT 1 and culture' that is bestowed on the mate, a climate has so much "to \
day. Games were played on the lawn. into the section/ .of southern do with the the
orange the The United States J. NASON flora of southern France that favored ewe taking ram. It
,
j after"Which refreshments of i ue (cream (California where it proved to be such on office eye. I has recently takenup post- country could not make such a won- I has always been a mystery to. the .f.; .
cake and candy nerved4 to seriously threaten the existence department "Secretary Southern Colonization Co. ''writer who has had
a pest as the matter and is preparing to derful showing against our own south.I .practical experi. .!l
< -- of the citrus It was We are not as yet informed as to 1 1 in '
industry. have seen natural scenes in Alabamaand ence early-lamb raising in south [A;
all with the
Apron Club Girls Entertained.! equip our postoffice cars the exact of the above
meaning
l introducing from or : ,
finally conquered by and least methods of il Florida that our European "land ern England, where the ewe lambs .
best
The Apron club girls entertained at Australia an en"my. a ladybeetle.The injurious what company will absorb the Southern scape gardeners would envy. I have I often get in lamb by rams at weaning .1I -
Several of I "
lumination. state "
the home of Miss Ethel Gilbert on insect was imported from Cali- our gov- Colonization company's holdingsin seen in our southern states as good I time in summer, while we in the north .
I
taking active to
Park street Tuesday evening. The Florida, Clearwater rnments are steps this railroad, the rails of which have
fornia into near farms as I have seen anywhere, andI often find such difficulty in gettingour \
game of the evening was rook. Each in 1898. While it has never been as regulate the lighting of cars and the been laid for over six miles south of have seen some of the poorest. On ewes to take the ram as early a.I\
of locomotives and auto-
boy was given an apron to be Hemmed serious a menace here as in California headlights Whittier, the destination being pointon one farm in Alabama I saw practically ' we sometimes wish. t
with needle and thread. It mobiles. The blinding result of exces- the Kissimmee river a few miles
a was a it caused a good deal of damage all the grasses and clovers that reproduce Florida Unsurpassable.
novel conteat and caused much merri about Clearwater until ,the Australian sively powerful lights on locomotivesand this aide fo Bassenger, but the opin- S
themselves in
automobiles is well known. While naturally Eng. For raising early lambs I do not see
ment. Miss Maud Alice Wagner ion i Is that the East Coast railway
won / brought here also. general
was
ladysbeetle and that I
land have never seen why in world
such machines. should be many any country could ,
box of in floral abundantly will be the the road will' th
a large stationery a Until found by the writer in Tampain buyer, as there. The beat seeded Florida for I have
all naturally pastures surpass acids
to insure safety to
lighted con-
contest. Delicious refreshments of icecream connect with the Maytown branch at
January, 1912 it had not been reported I in I in
ever saw my life saw before it surely wonderfuF
cerned excessive illumination should a
and cake aerved. Those Whittier and will traverse of the ba
one
were on the sub-peninsula. the south. In !this but
except be condemned and forbidden.The much neglected mate and the seems to grow
present were Misses Maurine Dann Since that time it has been spreading richest sections of the county. I the
truly great country saw poorest roots
,Kathleen Bearden Marian Porter rapidly, and is now found pretty well indirect lighting of theaters The building of the East Coast extension stock that I ever set eyes -on. They such ,like cbb.ge.crop Just corn as, cowe grow2i and
Ethel Gilbert. Mattie Belle Harris, churches restaurants and cars has from Maytown to Okreecho-
over the citrus belt of Florida from were simply the children of the grossest ing weeds. I have it .'
*
. Mildred Wlnn, Maud Alice Wagner, Bradentowo on the south to Leesburg produced a revolution in interior illumination. bee and the Southern Colonization: and inexcusable neglect. In this thority that oats and upon good make an- ..' |

S \ Helen Bass' Lillian Prentis; Messrs. and Citrus county on the north and This method is most restful company's road from Kenansville to same country I saw the foundation of a wonderful growth, rape when peas soto '

Ralph Bearden, Ward Eatey, Laurence well into Osceola county on'the east. to the eyes and 'when sufficient!) the Kissimmee river will rapidly develop strains of livestock that .will someday A -
gentleman of
Griffin, Johnny Smith, Will Mason It also occurs at Key West.In abundant, is an ideal method for the that most favored section and the use of purebred sires, be gtheI. in Tallahassee said very'that high he 4 M
Tiller. Graham Young, Arthur Jarrel, lighting of interiors. In a couple of years we will see the '
S view of the past history, of the graded to a degree that will astonishus had seen rape growing waist high*.,
St Sam Lupfer, Leon Eat.ey.BladnrefaKlnln.. peat, it is urged that the grower who Street; lights should be protected by vast Kissimmee prairie transformed and cause us to wonder why it was. close in to >
finds It 1 in his trees take energetic glazed or opaque globes. When properly from a bleak waste into one grand left to some live enterprising soul to "There Tallabaa. of ,
I necessity houslngtj
I' measures to control it. If unchecked, Installed and placed, such lighting truck garden.OFFICIAL. start the ball a-rolling towards a des the ewes or the lambs; nor need ]
S TheValley Gazette is in receipt of It is capable of killing the trees out- is sufficient and is much easier on ting undreamed of at present. In the clover hay. The ewes would do o'\

'S the following invitation: right. the eyes than the old unprotected styleof RlTURNS1OF perhaps, far-distant future (but I enough on the ordinary herbage of '
: Mr. and Mrs. John A. Blackwell re- ControL lights. T.he; glazed or opaque globe don't think it will be far) what I am the country in the spring and summer

I A. ouest.the honor of your presence at It 'can -controlled .by spraying. seem to be coming into general use saying in this sketch will not be looked month after the are taken ,:''

the'marriage of their daughter, M.r8aret The heavy oils which are used soextensively and Its use should be encouraged not JUNE- PRIMARY upon asa dream. but as an Indisputable -' from them and the l.ml and forage '
Lee to Mr. J. Pollard Kirven.r. in but in houses '
against the wnitefly and purple only public place, a* fact." crops etc., and the mild climate should .
S ., on.W dn.ada'i; the seventeenth of scale are good, afia also lime- well. Clear globe or- lamps should . Mr. Clarke say that since visiting surely lamb that vie" &a

,S June, at high noon First Methodist. sulphur. A* in tho case of mealy never' be used; they are very; tryingon AS CANVASSED BY 'RETIRING this great.southland wonders. that with pruce. anywhere. .hou ..ll'fl

I .church. Kissimmee, Florida. bug, it Is important; to have a good the'eyes.: ...:The nearer artificial BOARD CONSISTING. OF T: M. we are so prone to"rave over the beauties I Mr. raise.doa lot.s why sheep v,
the ,
lighting approach daylight
can
SniderCampbell.Amarriageefegreat pressure. of foreign countries preference should not do.well Florida jnlarge_' S
:S Qn A Jew .dnor.yard trees a fre. m.ore nearly perfection is reach a. MURPHY, E. L. LESLEY .ANDC. to our own. "The flowers of Florida; flock ('Th.-natural wire grass, I understand '"

: deal of-local quent washing with some strong soap In Germany they are experimenting W. GRIFFIN. especially the roses and magnolias," which is practically the;y
Jp. interest was solemnized when Miss solution may prove effective. with marble globes instead of he says, "are an inspiration in themselves native sheep .and goats have to subsist (

Snider and Mr. Charlea Emory Camp-1 The only permanent and satisfactory glass globes. The marble is planed The law governing primaries provides and with the beautiful singing on, makes quite a respectable ration .
bell were united in matrimony at the' method of controlling this scale down till it is thin and translucentand that the county judge the chairman birds of that country it is nothingless I when young and succulent but is not '

-1.' home of the bride 1764 Gilpin street,!'in a large grove is by the introduction -, the light produced is almost the of the board of county commissioners than a veritable paradise. The so when .it becomes old and -

: Denver Colo. of the Australian lady-beetle (Ve- exact counterpart of daylight. One andthe registrar shall 'constitute singing of the mockingbirds all night I g I made inquiries regarding yrj

The ceremony was performed June dalia). This is famous among; ento- investigator has shown that a screen the returning board, and these is charming beyond the power of th most suitable grasses to be raised *
o.. 10, the couple leaving immediately for the successful at with aluminum words to describe." i-
I mologists as most coated an powder gentlemen met on Monday last and permanent pastures for sheep and ,
,; the east. The newly wedded couple record of combating insect in front of will Seem to Do Well in Florida. the
tempt on an placed a light produce tabulated the vote polled in Osceola Sheep general opinion was that Bermuda \
Lc will atop off at Hickory, N. C., to visitS I by the importation of an enemy. aft illumination exactly like daylightby county at the primary on June 2 as "During my itinerary I traveled," grai was the thing, but that seems

S Mr. Campbell's parents'' From there I It was imported into California in means of which even colors can follows he says "possibly hundreds of miles its drawback, namely that '
they will go to their new home at 134 1888 and quickly subdued the scale.In l he judged with perfect accuracy. The : through lands in the near vicinity of I it is hard to get rid of when once it .

South Grover street; East Orange, N. 1898 it was brought to Clearwater, day may not be far distant when artificial For United States Senator: Tallahassee, and other cities, and I has taken possession of the I'
J. where be "at home" after' Duncan U. Fletcher _ __ 424 land
they-will
u u thousands of which I '
station. It have
will become
Florida by the experiment : illumination a perfect seen acres was very much impressed
I July 1.Miss. I has lived there ever since and has been substitute for daylight. In Holland J. N. C. Stockton _--- -___-.. .. 188 feel sure would make splendid sheep Bermuda grass that I saw. I saw a.
Snider is the charming daughter introduced from there into several localities women and children are forbidden For Member of Congress 4th Dist.: I ranches. I know from observation lawn surrounding one of the state's
: of a prominent Denver real estate St. Elmo W. Acosta -.' -__--_ 10 conducive to
in Florida. (The writer is to work in factories or workshops that such crops as are public buildings that gave a very neat
71? '
broker and has a host of friends in' Claude L'Engle hhuhn__ __ t 8 of class be
usually in touch with growers from where artificial lighting is necessary raising high sheep can and pretty effect, and although
that Mr. is the of I Malone __ _____ _. 31 now
city. Campbell W. H.
son whom the lady-beetle be obtained before 9 o'clock in the morning and -- ---- raised almost anywhere in these : the dryest season of the .4.
J. M. 'Campbell, now of Hickory N.I!! and will supply this may informationupon after 3 o'clock in the afternoon. These W: J. Sears ________________ 698 lands." : unwatered it looked year,..find
C. formerly si resident of this A. M. Williamson _____ __ __ 11 pleasingly green ,
city.
I request.) The insect is much nuef-tions are being discussed in Eng- h i The writer then repeats what he and succulent. I understand that the
The young man is also a nephew of smaller than most of our native lady land, France, Holland Austria and For Justices Supreme Court: said in the Times-Union interview regarding largest flocks in Florida run ri

4s Mrs. J. McPlatters. I battles, being one one-enghth inch in Germany. In this country New York John C. Avery nn________ 236 the raising of fancy early I to 40Q. from&O
Mr. is Ellis _.___ _______ 285 ,
valued W. H.
5S Campbell a. employe length. It is of a cardinal-red color and Wisconsin have taken up this un Christmas and Easter lambs as a Goat Rai'ing in Florida.

,. of the' Washburn-Crosby company, spotted and fringed' with black. The question, and it is to be hoped it will Thos. M. Shackleford h__U_ 282 branch of the sheep business which, "I have never better "
with offices.it) New York city.Christian larva, which also feeds on the cottony s-oon) receive serious official consideration For Commissioner of Agriculture: to his mind, would be very profitable raising country than seen a goat- r.A.
-+- Jr__ _ Florida judging
Thfc A. Appleyard h 227 around Tallahassee about the ease of .
cushion scale, is likewise red. everywhere. ;
,S Endeavor Entertained.The S W. A. McRaa __ ____________ 373 raising the for this 1 by the look andcondition of the goats
Our native twice-stabbed ladybeetledoes proper crops pur- I
saw there. They '
I Christian Endeavor was delightfully For Member of Legislature: in this section of the and run practIcaly' '
good work here in Florida against WOMEN JUST LIKE MEN. pose country, wild
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. I this. !as well as other scales, but cannot N. C. Bryan __ _ __ _nh 838 the climate being ideal of such production I never getting more t "
Many have argued against grantingsuffrage pick, summer or winter. I
H. Seiver Johnston--------------- saw t' :
G- Tuesday evening at their' be to control it R. G. and that he had never, in his
home on Church street. During the depended upon as to women because they S. J. Triplett __ ___ 134 extensive "seen resemble the Spanish milch goat and '
the Vedalla. - - - --- travels a country sohhar
I can Might do something radical. The seem to be good milkers. It occurred
't evening advertisement contest was For Tax Assessor: man's "
to being a paradise
poor
played in which Nat Carson won the Appearance.The results in Chicago show that womenare W. I. Barber un_- __nhu 677 (or a rich man's either, for that matter to me that crossed with a Toggenbnry, ",
first prize and Miss Rhea Pherigo the cottony cushion scaie itself is just as human politically as men. W. M. Ferrell ____ __ 160. Florida is." Saneen or Maltese buck and the proV;;
------ -- ), as
booby prize. Refreshments consisting brown in color and has much the appearance In two instances women candidates For County Commissioner! Dist. No 2: I duct sold for what it really would be ,.

of punch.and cake were served. I of a soft scale. When the I made close campaigns for offices and R. V. Lanier _______ ______ ___ 861 How lie Would Proceed. I' Toggenbury, Saneen or Maltese .1\ ,
'4 ,i' --+- egg-laying period arrives."the female purchased cigars for the male voters E. L. D. Overstreet _ ____._ 338 I, "Were I tolocate in Florida he half-breeds, the demand for much
The Talent Tea Entertained. I forms a large mass of cotton which just as the male candidates do. The For County Commissioner u Dist. No. 3: says "with the necessary capital and !I goats could be, in a measure, supplied ,<,
elevates the posterior protion of her I women felt sure they would be elected __ the desire to make from 6 to 15 percent and considerable made. Then- '. i
S Mrs. Buell entertained the Talent A. F. Bass ____ __ _____ __ 397J. money .
I,) Tea of the Methodist church Friday body: until she almost stands on her because so many men-r-and women- A. Blackwell ____ __________ 266 on my operations and 50 to 100 would be great possibilities for she$>'
afternoon at her home on Main street. head. This soft, cottony cushion in had'promised to vote for them. When For County Commissio .er, Dist. No.4-: in due course of time on my original 'I and goat dairies with markets ril'htlr (

A large number of ladies were pres which the 600 to 800 eggs are laid] the ballots were counted the women W. R. Godwin h__-__________ 322 investment by the sale of my land a', 'I hand. Swiss people would do well J >

ent. A vocal duet by Mrs. E. E. Wells may reach a length of nearly a half found out that what the prophet said Young Tindall _________-__-'._ 345 my ambition would be to secure here, in this line of business. I saw .
and Mrs. J. Overstreet and readings inch, and is ridged lengthways. The in his haste was quite true, that many For County Commissioner, Dist. No. 6: large tract of land with the ultimate I quite a large number of goats in the I I"

t a5 I by Miss Helen Bass were very adults are usually found on the barkof were prevaricators. Some years ago D. W. Alderman ____________- 348 view of ita becoming a large well- neighborhood of Tallahassee. T.U.'r, I

Ye,. much enjoyed. A silver offering which the tree, limbs or twigs; but the in a certain county there was a convention W. F. Walker _______________ 399 pastured for that sheep ranch, which I woulduse hassee, in Ln county, is high and .d
amounted to six dollars and seventy.t' young frequent the leaves especially to nominate officers. As the For Member chool Board, Dist. No. 2: wanted purpose until the land dry, having elevation of 192 feet,, '**

; five oents was taken for the benefit of along the sides of the midrib. The nominations were made the winner Walter Bronson __________n_ -418 was badly and for pecan nuts or which ensures a good footing for sheep .'

the society. Refreshments of punch, voung look much like those of the thanked the conventicfa and the loser E. D. Woolen .,____________-_ '219 fruit-growing too I valuable for I and goats." it'
I cake and candy 'were served. mealy bug, but when crushed they promised allegiance<< to the ticket, On. that where sheep-raising, which believe in a few The waiter says "Southerners do t ', ,-
The law provides a can- it would
4 C -4.S ''eave a red stain. Both young and old man was badly defeated. The win- years unquestionably be. not seem to realize the possibilities of 1 II
McAllI.tr.Cavanah. have the mealy-bug habit of hiding in ning candidate thanked the convention didate has no opposition the returnIng From this large tract of land I would I I their country." "Remember what' I.

crevices and forks of twigs. for the honor and all 'such taffy, board shall declare him elected. select a few hundred acres upon whichI I have intimated before and repeatagain 1'
: Married Wednesday June 10th
on Besides citrus the insects but when the defeated candidate took and as C. L. Bandy for tax collector, would establish an early-lamb raising he
at Orlando Mum Evah O. McAllister are par says. "The south will
some
E. L. Lesley
S, L. Lupf.r for treasurer establishment.
the created a surprise.
careleas platform
tial to The of
be
roses. shipping day one of the livestock
Chas. Wm. Cavanah greatest
4t : and Mr. Judge for county commissioner District 'The'f1nt thing I would do
sittings about the state is probably Instead of thanking the few who voted'for towards breeding centers in
Martin performing the ceremony. No. 1 W. C Bass for member school land into condition the world, and
the him and assuring the convention bringing my for
partly responsible for rapid spread that when
j, Miss McAllister has for years been a No. 1 and J. S. Stratton wake up "to
board District
of the insect. It is abundant also on that- he would support his opponent my arly-lamb plant would be to sow the .gcltuatl '
resident this and for the of purebred'siresand
of city
pastf 'for member school: board District the land Intended for this
wormwood myrtle. mulberry and other he roared out: Mr. Chairman. purpose to --soiling '
Kfc five year has most acceptably filled weeds and ornamentals. all I have to say is there are eighty- No. 8. were unopposed, they were doelarej mustard, as it- takes but thirty-five\ He declares that crops.1" (
the position of operator at the telephone ; ; elected and their will the people of .the -
two of the biggest liars in the state names day for this plant to mature and it south ".
,' exchange. ARTIFICIAL ILLUMINATION. in this convention. This -morning 1wa appear on the ticket at the general makes good sheep feed or a good crop and that are most lovable people. '

otit ; assured 'of eighty-five votes, yet election id November.The to plow under a* a fertiliser. Mustard a mor courteous people d'
'Honor ntr-*. I not exist -
Ja v ,
Vt, "" ,r Enormous pro'greaa' has,been made the ballot shows I received but three. member of the democratic executive is used In this way in Englandand ttstioa T.article closes with *

.'I Mis*. Nina Bratton entertained during recent year in the science of The.other* are all liar,.**. That's what committee airi:' Roma Thornas. -' lrfound. very beneficial in many and about the south, H

S "Thursday evening at her home on Has illumination. This ha1 not. only been the .d.fsted Chicago women think. No. It J. .F.' O'Berry, No. 2: J. J. way*. dalJ' about this state all 101 Ie.

t 'attract in honor of MI. Cecelia Over- of great value in safety and oonvenolence Tbe'_man4iA politics will aDd.thattruth Johnston. No.4; Young Tindafi. No. 5JaaO'BerryNos6Abner'WfIgbt.; __rUwnld.:raise humn-upplying legume .sketch, .on..t.h.mLei-.v. '

5'S, *V'who'will' leave'today 'for-Tails5 In trains boats,.factories, streets "and'sincerity:;are_ rare.amongpoittidans'Tand" ;; ; *, such as the velvet bean, cowpea ,' _-)_.__,. '1
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