Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 19, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00651
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: .. Tu.. _ele s waste of water by the EXPRESS RATES. '

i. peopJe of Kissimmee has reaehed that = ...
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sta e when it is eessary that the
council take action to of the mo t important
put a stop to ,ward step. to.
the practise. d.sveloPJJ:1ent: ever tak by the

'\ In order that our people ma)' have truck and fruit grower. of'lfl.aimm..
and
f,. an abundance of water to sprinkle vicinity 'Was .the ''Ore.nization t a.

: their lawns and ardenst the council growers' aa ocl.Uon. effected at a
caused a new well to be bOred. which meeting in the it[ hall I.st S.turday..
: ftows somethin like fifteea. lJundred morning at 10 0 rolock.: Th. attend..'

gallons a minute. an large
lawns and .nd Indic.ted .
gardens at th ridiculously low figure of sIx' dollars I and timent a. to the nHd. of the trrOwera
", a year. but it was never inlended that the benefit. to'be deriYed jn com.
householders would turn on a spiggot -I bining and co-operatlng hi an .

and let it run continuoUllv. thrnnahnn__ __>_ __ RESIDENCE OF rA.1...>'!'. ,.., A" T"' .... _.. _=_ f. '0 ''I iZlt.lon! f this character. orean.
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,the night. ----- T ...-.... _"'n.A_ oIunL... >j lJN UN LAKE SHORE. Mr. Lloyd Tenney ot r1&ndMC! (

In drafting the ordinance regulating ___ tary-manager. the Crow.rs. aDd
.. the use 'of city water the Shlppe.. Lea e of Florida.
. following ANOTHER town 'Wa' In
for
dause was inserted: County Superintendent the m.etinlt and made th., ",
"Section 6. No hose shall be used 'WIND principal .dd..s or the ocea.'on.' ex..
'llVithout a nozzle. and no nozJ.le shall AND pl.inine the. object and 1IIethodaof. fr"

"" be ore than one-quarter of n inth of Pu.bic the lea&1le. with whlch: the local y:'

in diameter. Yard fixtures shall not BIG DEAL Instruction S'.nization becomea .ffillated. 8.0"/. '
t. be converted into jets or fountains, Triplett, p..sldent or the BoardofTr.de. -

., nor. hall the hose. while In use. be RAIN DOnAMAer prelided 4't the m..tin"/and
fa.tened to any frame. post or tree DUTIES OF THE OFf'lCE f'ULLY introduced the .peaker. '.

;.\ in or the mechanical hand. Sprinklil1e"device. but shall hall be be conj held- IN .CA TTLE.E.l.lesley THAT A VISIT MUST BE' !JADE. DEFINED.TO EACII AMONG SCHUOL WIlICH IN HIE L8 ed upon hia hi.add.hea.......Mr.... .the TelfneJ'faet' .jf'f':f'f'In

j "fined to the frontage. or'-area paid for. COUNTY ONCE DURING EACH SESSION. 1..lrtIe was lIot onl, a .rket1n.. 0.....

.i _and_..._'._..water'.-...._._ __.hall_... .L not_ _.be .wasted' . .by11 In S'.nbatioll the; ...adl.but...>I..R that_.it__wa._ '.Inte..ted_ .
a. un 1I ne s reet IS mUddy. ....-... ."" "" .. ..ectjoD.n; ;; t; :tC.ud :
the t': .
or water
runs off in Th
gutten,
or onadjoinin article in last .
week'.
property. A flre alarm and W. C. Gazette. ''and the .eed. ete.t'.. ...n aa marketa .
.hall Bass referring to the position of ..uperintendent schoo fremiaea. eiriciency of the curing': and .. .
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be the 81goal or .toppine the use of of .. the interest aGvantaeeou. t..iJ'ht and"'li I
public instruction' and
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1f! priv.te hoae until the IIIe: is over. : county. haa been of VBceola co-operation of the citizena in ree.rd Many Handsomo take pre. rate.. .LOca1: orpDiaation. ,can ..
generally
"The council the the Sellers. approved. to educational matter. Trees up num.rou. other .
reserves riltht toreatrict We wpuld like to add and to IPve and .ableeta. rital .
8Ome-
the use ofhose to certain thing .uch vice aa 4e deem IDte..etLDg'-to-'arowe,. and ..
th may mem.
concerning
otrice Proper. be,. <
and its
._aon. or hours. .hould dome.tic duties. The school term i. tour derive mueh beJleftt b ,
use Few ot our cltiz8IIe. J month. and.. j meetiJlC' .
and Blown "'lUlarly'and }

necellBitate.pecial it;rates al.o the for right to require FIVE HUNDRED AND SIXTY- ___L_. .of. .the candid.tes_ have 're.d perhaps mean.two terma.. .t: .I..a._tor> a........school._. __'-" ye.r.. That I Down. Mr. T.nn.- _n___,....comparine......_..._....... _note.____ . .,.\ ,
paid large orextravapnt FOUR FAT wna 'tne law require. of thi.. office. school -- w. Y.SIU to each enthu.ia.rn -- "' al'9a' ....Cc
Sl'EERS SOLD and
I.wn fountains or Jets. FOR You would and pechapa each f .th. rpnlxatJ
Iot ,hire a blacksmith to several the D o(
"Hours, for aprinkling from '7 9o'clock TilE NEAT SUM OF superintend the papering .nd (day. duration. in order. to accomPliSh STAND KJalimmee a"oelation wa. at oaee
a. m.; 1 to 2 o'clock p. m. and of yo b.ome. or. a painting I the result. the law require.ThirdTo .. .N BAS Bt'L formed...with 8. J B. Allltman 'elected
$10.998. carpenter.to .
pr..aident
from. Ii to-8 p: m.. not to exceed four h.ul your g'a. engine. over. do .U in hi. power to GROUNDS DAMAGEDTO EX' and 8. T..F.n.ler; eeereta..,.
or a atreet Ja. lawaken and t..urel''.
l1ou1'll "
any'd.y for any permit. borfr to an Increaaed Interest .. Fltteel\.of tb.'l'rowers
in
,We believe our dtiaena. a. a rul.. days If you lI.ten to a aoreb ck.t&lk thele or a lawyer manage to be a the department he.d of .tore theo.;) enta, euardi.na. .chool .upervlsor,pa.and) TENT fR f'1P:1'Y': ot p.nt then. e1a-nifted .thelr'' Intentloft
conform lto this t.w. but, there' 70U would think there a teacher.., with' beeomin. afrilia with
logical
.1" ten. w.s not .eminary. or a regard to the ,better D I-LARS. J th.'GI'01r4
thouland Preacher to be .rs' .
< 'Ome.'WJ:1 .. ith r ..g o ..nt.of the dollars' In the. whol. ludge. education of youth.in : and Shippe.. ''Le.P. b .
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law or. tblnlC_ they: bave.tbe right. tou. te._ but !we ventur.. th... _..DDa._...'._._. I ft6Da_ ...of'yoal_...._ .L... -";.COUrt8.WItJ1; Ut II! either and th.. .....n".I". ._.UW.I_eve'ry_ respect. -. a blabk-- -lo.rn---.. -.n..-.. __a...__ .L alenln..
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tnat tbere is - "' o" ;, .u nowleage that.the ------- 'UUD..q ox Itnowl_ 1.1' t.. UlIJ' 'tne on. dOL., .
as much s ye1"1 Monday whieh
all
the entitles
water wieR afternoon.
they nd those in money per capita persons had training. I .t about 3 them to.the
f.. tum the-faucet.-&D Lwat.et 'Kissimmee and Osceola county and skill in the b\lein ex-perience "Fourth-To' confer with the s'hool o'clock. a .wind d r.in .torm atruck protection of. the leaCUe. Another>' ,
he1TilJ ss to be done. '
1Iow throughout the night.To rn--anyclfy orCountyTn 8upervi o.rll frequently Kissimmee. .nd while It meeting' ot the 10c.1
the The-most intricate and Ia.tod Ie.. aso.datloD..L
United the most varied see- that ....
-do this is an injustice to those here States. and that epl ndid condition the most powerful. the most oasil di.rected ., I they attend to their dlltielt, 'keeliRg than half an hour. did conslderabl detaUa arranpd for 8atUfil. lune :Gr'when,
who resepect the law.alld unless the number is the result largely of the to good purpose ruined) them suppli d with a copy ot the damage. The storm was .l1tloat whol... of the oreaniz.tion wtlJ W
or
practiBe ceasese, the city will be forced from the of cattle that has been shipped all time and eternity. is the machine for school laws, decisions. blanks and regulations Iy local. as not a drop of rain fell two completed With and work be n In ..meat.

to install meters. the prairie to western states during w call the mind of the child. of the department. milB! south. e st or wes or the city. and the exten.iv.. I8mounf t trqek

The lawn and flower gardens of Kis.immee There past is year. A city s hool with a teacher fr I "Jo'ifth-To select for school'super_ and .none very far t9 the north, thl. dtrus ...owina. already. don. in
hardly week passes but each visors person!! whose Tobere were several section of the -.tat. th., .. Ii.
4jrpaS8 those of any other what grade and a ompetent character, quali. handsome .urpri.
a train principal Ing
.,clty In and the city council Kanas8 load or leaves Oklahoma h re for Missouri can be trusted to do R'ood work. or at specially fication!! and sympathy with educatitln :. k...L...:.c :._up.rOt tn vel i: parts has not thing.....is..... th.t.,,,..._...-,..ucb.n.'. .._.__. uaoetation. I
baabeen most ibcral in allowinR' the Wedne and on most. little damage. but commend them to those posihons. ""Y. DUt the gr atest darnalfe has --- _xo... Ita' Deed
day Messrs. I our country ." in thst been
use of water to keep the lawns up to W. C. Bass. two E. L. Lesley and sl"hools need greatere care and atten- I the line seems to have occurred In now that app..nt for -80ftM time and
the highest state of perfection. but dealers In tattle of Florida's heaviest I tion, The best teachers should be sent The duties prescribed by law in th neighborhood of the COllrt house. Into the the grower. have entered

unless the people conserve the use of and sixty-four head, shipped five hundred to teach these schools, becausc the forgoing third, fourth and fifth paragraphs where these massive oaks are very .ure to org.nization. the combine i.
water by obeying the law, meters will Texa8. of f.t steers to teac.her must be the whole teathln require'the superintendent to .numerouS. success of mean profltabl.re.ulta.The
be inBtalled. total of reoeiving $19.50 per head, or a forl'e as well as principal. Our be on the spot to attend to them d. Tn.e framework of J .C. Ledbetter'. the erow.r dependa not only

Monev$10,998! Whv. for......ha.....the. ._lot...._.._. L" ,school//!; ave_ not for spme reason counry .fectually.itaa". .. __.. and__. ,the_ "spot" Is the dislril't MiAla milJ._which" ._._."mou. is being erected. near the produce upon the he aPioun.can ...iae and quality ot the
. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + >Co that timlf- are- noT'hard in a ells you I Kept up with the general educational a..u UUL In an Orrll'e at th.s county I I'U Iy "U .w.y. wall blown complete_ to market hi. but in being' abl.
M Killlllhlunee. jUlt advancement of the seat. j down. entailing several hundred dollars' prod cheaply and at
land It
on him by county. is important. !luch time
01l'ecring to ..II- "Sixth-To damage. ae-to--get
t TUIPLETT GOES piece ot real good it la due to the country girl keep a record by number. besides settihg the work All the th.--be.rma1>ket:
+. TO ST. CLOUD tie horae estate, a sound and gen00 and boy. that this defect be remedied. name and dcscription of the locality back for some time. gQw1n natural re.ource. 4re h,
,_ or a bunch of steers .t le8s'' To of eal'h + The na.nd tand- ueee8sfulfy;
'j + -- <. than the accomplish this to de Irhool e tabUahed--1)f fit thebne arr onof prime
\ .+ market value. and he will tbe any re requires -tin!" erpen -incurred f'Or. gr i d.. whith Is nearing : th.t the queatlon of .
With this issue .of the paper + change his tone hearty co-operation ot the and of his completion. profttab -
qui'ker vil\ita of waB dama marketing be '
,' <00 S. J. than a gnat parents. pupil" inspection to the ed to the e"luIt ot .olt'ed It thet.rm.
.
teacbers
,I'riplett !levers his connecj" can wink and offer to and the oversiltht schools." &everal f\lty\ er of this lection
; ;. tion a8 editor of The Valle Ga?. cash basis.. take you up on of a rompetent superintendent I dollars. but this fact will not In any return. their are to receive the

H. ette, having re8i ned to \ ke a + It is true lhat for who.. _know8__ the practise as well. 8S the.LL "Seventh-To notify. the .state BUperintendent way reqard the ;openlnll. game here This can only truck be. and fruit deaery..
'11". <00 similar many years.the u. >. of nnhli. ;nD... _.:_..: ,__ on July Some of the ball don. through .
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position with the St. '+ cattle industry 'l. .onmg. r&U". unmediately players er.tion and the co-op.
. Cloud Tribune. 000 this state, was not profitable in The county supetlrtendent J should upon enterin Upon hill duties. were being tried out on the tleld when eantzation aooner the lOCAl 0""
<00 owing to the low prices, be a of the names d addresses I the storm came up .nd begin. .jfec\l". work-the
Mr. Triplett has filled the reo but for the peraon sufficient educational 01 aU -ought nuge lulC"ker will
.
past thr.ee { i under the While KI.aiJJ .
the 'ounty school "
Jt. years man officers. atand. mee .. ..
+ qualiticatiol\8. none .ow.r.
sponsible pORition of editor of 00 with a couple of hun' eXPfrience in teaching, were injured results. .p
. <00 thi8 paper for the past several .00 been living on red cows has and B certain amount of bU8inen "Eilfhth-To deride upon qUestlona when a portion of it was blown
.'1'- <00 'year8. He Is the early "boostcr" ,0> the natu al easy street. Florida i8 perience. As the !!alary is fixed eX-I' and dIsputes whith arise, when Bub. down.-stll1 they received a lIerve.Jlhock TAMPA
<00 of Kissimmee and his force and L u..._.re.__ ana_ hOllehfor tock-raisin '. the amount.of monev handl."f_ thA mitted.to, _hi,,! by the partie" IntereRt_ h t wil, las.t. them tor mallY a day. DOLLAR DAY

'", <00 personality are warp and woof ot tv.: is found especially the best in Osceola coun ter qualification se m--t-j; ;; ; -i;; 'i"h"; of ea, ana refer his deqisions to the board J-'OnSlaerable rain fell, which was j BIG SUCCESS
the of thi8 ran e. water in greatest importance. The public instruetion. I greatly needed. as the e rdens
ress city. AI- abundance and
pro tbe aalary is lawn The
.I't + his ideal Yl"ar"round. and neither sufficient to the "Ninth-To..see that the interests were showing the etrect of city of Tampa ju.t
ways wa the good of 0( pxtreme or intense heat secure whole time of of the its first recently held
to the jlontr drouth. Dollar
the community and he has u8ed 0( tbeir growth. retard. a competent person. or at least the county are 'properly guar ed and EspedalJy did the rain in that Day. and the pape1'll
, j his versatile pen to further tn. It i8 also true that first call for as much ol-it-as may be ita rights .eC1Jr.ed in the making and I help the young orange trMs that were of it. place .peak in elowine te.rma
.-: i + common good of the majority of t .' .. the people. ...
'1' >' ::+ Mr. Triplett'& ho ts of friends >0. the necessity of breeding up.are and seeing to ..h income.. ....I"... L from_ h other_ .. . sources.. . No_ one I ': r..... !!,?s.eS8; an j tholl pl.nt_flr.t needs".'n.... have..___.plenty.-.". h___ of. .molature. __ .
will inis8 "blm. and Kisslmmee' >0 thi" pnd have imported "" canUJoa'te for this position .uneu UJ or r.lsed by the coun n- v. 1'ear 'to aeto their
4 Jou-for it is a lo.will be St. .. and Hereford bulls. Polled AI.gus who cannot give .11 his time to the / ty are applied to the objects for which I roota .nd ..ive bem a heaJthy .tart. I Ja the inMm.'lG. OO.OO .
.. TheN! is no reaaon duties of the. .they were granted tax paid 'I .
'Cloud's gain. IIi. work there" why catUe could not' office If required. A or ra 8ed. I II Chle.go Alai! !, Dlle
be made The Order
'I' <00 will rebound t the genera) up- wtfth! as much here to pledge should be given to that ejfect. duties of his last paragrJiph I LIGHTNING ONE PENNY HOU8G.INOT.
as tMY do the OF
in J It is well are .ame that STRIKfS TilE ENOR.
< that a
00 th
i building of the county and no 8eCtlon Millaouri. Ohio or .ny othor lltate.that citizens .s well if' man would require MOUS SU f t1!>
ot the community can grow. Is. If the peatlferous tick is as the'ca didatea beeoki'1e f.mili.r with of his employing a superintendent : T JS TAX WAS ON WlIICH
without adding to the material + and that fe.twiU be eradicated.I the requirements of the office. The Drivate businellS during hi. absence - BOAT nOUSfli go BACK 'ro PAID WILL
accomplished before from THE
. fClllowlng are the' th state. A bu ine. of'betW.'fI COUNTRY
gain of the rest. any grea, while'. tor duties as fixed by "OWNS
We wish him well. are being built in dipping v.ta law:. $20,000 and $40,000 1& ynr I i A MADE THI8 WHOSE BUYING
: : many section.. to receive the .r.1. INCOME '
present POSSI.
.1 .
Cattle "First-To llalary. COMPJ..ETELY
buyen BLE.
from m.k DESTROYS
the Umely .
. + 4> + . + . + .'. ltere 'We t ... of th lnspect on "Tenth-To revoke or .uspend I NO .
every week, and at the 1'IIte eattle 1. county. to ascertain the loca. and certificate. LUCKILY BQATS WERE It will not help to .
suspend thos develop th.town. .

lVi _an"thaw are n__being... ..__..hlpped v.rn._ _____,...If.'to8'._It"continue.wurn.h f r I 'tion 1i'J.' which u.. ftum..choola..... ahould-.._". .........be.n._..e.tabIi.hed. __.._- -other.........-.uthority.-... -. l r .caUM. ,manife.tly iuued by I UOUS: .!=RE AT I,: .not help. ounty to or .tate.. It wilJ -
t---"be - ---- -- "u aun.c. maintain lehool- '
:: VERDICT fOR ten thousand bead lefC to eat the nu. "ollid ..ttend each. .nd the .mount the authority gJvmg iuulnl'notIce in writlne t 'I-IME. I : paved 'atreeta andotllollr .
pulfJlc'improY81JMnta.
tritiou. that "" Jdd th.t the them. and of the
a-ra.sea cltizels -
covet ot
the .
and fin. our prairie. borhood n.ie grounda for. doille; al.. : U wilJ not afa .
:t" TEN THOIJSANDtiJ Okeechobee.'I'Oad." trom.St."C1oud o Lake the eltablishment will contribute. to eneourage the'teacher in'lik. mann.r. .nd notihine of.tlte - Bill Ny. said that the reuon Ugbt.-- ai.t in maintalniue yoar' J1)caJ

of a .eh olThi.. right of appeal. to wbolQ and when nine ,never .truck In the Ahlm. JlI'e.: new.paper. Yet ,.ourlocal ne .
.
the'app.1 ,
mOl" .
: personal In.pection of the 10cality. twle. w.. beea .. paper I. .the .
*bauJd "! the.. biC..t. "booatt
; + A trial that b. attr tect conaider ..:+f. ot..the Eleftnth-AetJng' a. '.ecreta.. of 1 and that, aayina J& build. ap 7OQr;'
!,1I.bl.; attention .... on account of the : NYE the ''ch11dren'neiJ'hborhood .lId:.. .. cenaua ot the count,. school'board, he .h,11, make, hold Od 'with reprd to the bo.t community. 'by. 'telUI\C' OUie...:

.. "pJ"Omfn..ce"of the people .nd tb.ir .. MRS. .JOINS . .Rn&: :' eeo a:. county:of..aehool i. a... 'A. and forward ftJonthly.a certl d copy s.hou.. owned bJ' W.. C..Gilbert and.F. .what y.a have to otre.-'in .th ;
....idence In thl. tion'waa .;,; + rapidly ,aettlinl'' It the tax ,coUeetor". Ledbett.. and loea W ot.. opportunitJe mm.rCia .
JODI' .e<: eon- : th... I. and. monthly lilt of .Jut north of ,
M1'II. Col'd wiU th eit. "' --' <
continue- _
dudedat Valdolla. .Ca.-on: the,18th. Ny..arrived Inh..,. m.nd.lot be'. O..J erton. ...ho a.. palet their poll.taxe. ', "" (','_J II''M'"' '_',." ", .. '., a&TfeuJtural and (ndUltriaL' .
eftJ'.1rom: '.J.dsonYiJle': .'. : _t ;: tabll. meDt.r f" Darine th. .1 ' ow when thel
,\t.. ..a.tra..: ,Rebeeca OV'1'IItreet Wecme.: . to..th. .tate .uperlntend..t rJedItonn' Kend eal m. hant'l

; RinD. nrdlct"of'ten't101l..nd'doJ! 'waa,. !...., .....OCJ J"" U i4'ht: to 'joi ,h.r':,hu.baDd}. :aellool. .Bee.ndTo, ..."...;.11>, :' __ '.....'"'..,.."... ,I..' _ln_tru_tl_ "n._....ho.. .ahaU_ ftle a ot'pllbli pre..,.". and attemooa'.t........_......R._...It.rri4c.craah.L-_._.... _..:_. .. .WIIII'clieal'd. y_ ady.rt... .trH.....exte to J.yeJl"and'! ou.e..l. ../:
:IV. 1 rs for tIw death f her o.t.'if + aGv.rtfaine' manager fit. .aae -- ---- ---- - _me n ntaOlf ... p rt f-th. .--- -' .v .u. UlB5"II'D ba4 imprea. 1IpCID you;.
r'1ife y--either fallIiig' 'trom' the +. -Tbe"VaDey-rGazette'; ....-Nj.;,. and to OAUdurirtceacbttttn.male. p 1ie.rec: rcJ. aDd t co Jtee .trueleaom.thinc'.In..thl. IntnMCIlate oo-.that. eaq.hy u adraatap.,
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.< LINE( : UP. : FIVE' RULES FORBORROWING' ,I..SAND' OIL,. 4r UNLAWFUL' TO / DiD FOLKS FIND. NEW REMEDY RELIEVES 'l'1 j. '


MONEY: . ..' ,KILL( THESE: BIRDS >

4 1 ll r . '. .:, . AH KIDNEY'AND BLADDER ", ISEfUESiI, 1
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0 ; OF NEXT rules Washington designed, D.to C.convince, June 10.farmers,;.,-Flve' ':i ,ROAD ASEXPERIMENT killing:Jj) .- of'aw.of any Florida of the oHoWing prohibit birdsat the I.Drive Rheumatic' Pains Away, from ''tbe. blood and drive It but; of' .,1

that there Is no magic about creditare I any time-of: the year, and fine of: ,[ Relieve Backache: and Bladder the It system matters not"how old you are'of ?

set down In Farmers', Bulletin No.".|i five dollars is the 'penalty for 'eachoffers Disorders After A bow long you have suffered Croxone ,
593, "How toUse Farm Credit, '
LEGISLATURE which the United Stages Departmentof I ,e: I Few DAre' isiO prepared that it is 'practicallyilgposstble ;
hawk.
Sparrow take it into the human
i Taken l to \
Agriculture has just published. Unless
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Cuckoo or .rain, bird. without results. You will find
the farmer who is thinking of: .' I system ,
Whip-poor-will. bladder weak- it different from all other remedies.
borrowing fully understandsthese Sleep disturbing
money Bull batEgret '
.' rules and is willing to be guided Besses, backache, rheumatism, andSe There is nothing else'on earth like .

Not Socialist by them the government's advice to If Success Will Be Used Little white orp'lume egret bird.or heron. : many other ndred ailments it. It starts to work immediately, k
Republican snowy r
a doses
or few
r him l Is: "don't." As it lilt there are Ground or mourning dove. so commonly come with declin- and more than a are seldom '
I
need be required to relieve eyen the i
probably almost as many farmers in I years, no longer a source |
bird.
\' this country who are suffering from Darter or snake dread and misery to those who are most chronic, obstinate case!. ;;,

In The List too much as from too little credit.Of Over CountyFORCE Frigate Florida cormorant.bird . I, fast the middle age of life. It -is the most wonderful remedy; <

these rules the three most im- Ani bird. I I The new discovery, Croxone, overcomes ever made for restoring the lifeless f,
portan are: all such disorders because it removes organs to health and strength and [I,-
(f", PROGRESSIVES ARE SAID TO Bfc 1. Make sure that the purpose for I NOW WIDENING ROAD AT Joe ree.Swallowtail. I I the very cause of the trouble. It ridding the system of every particle 4

.IN THE: MAJORITY, WHICH which the borrowed money is to be LI BUY'S-CONVICTS MAKE Nonpareil or fly-catchers painted finch. I I(soaks right into the kid cans through of uric acid and you can take it with II'<
the walls and linings out the the utmost confidence that nothing
' ,; MEANS HUDSON!' ELECTION / used will produce a return greeter GOOD WORKMEN. Cardinal ''grossbeak.. i ; (
little and and earth will quickly cure such
than needed to pay the deb I Cedar bird. I, filtering glands cells on so
M AS PRESIDENT 2. The length of time the debt is to gives the kidneys new strength to do conditions.You .

A .. ,.. OF SENATE run should have a close relation to the On the last day of 1913 the commissioners Red bellied woodpecker.Redheaded .. .their work properly. It neutralizes can obtain an original package .t
j -I: :.. productive life of the improvement for of this i county began a tour of woodpecker.Great and dissolves the poisonous uric acid of Croxone at trifling cost from V

t'' The following will compose the senate which the money is borrowed. I the state with a view to a study of woodpecker or ivorybill. substances that lodge in the joint any first-class druggist. All druggistaare' t "
\ and house of representatives of 3. "Provision should be made in longtime I I roads-ho>v to build them what material I Swallow. and muscles causing rheumatism; authorized to personally return y J'

o the Florida legislature that meets next loans for the gradual reductionof was most lasting, and the cost Martin. and makes the kidneys filter and sift the purchase price if Croxone should | ]

Of the thirty-two senators, sixteen the principal.The per mile. .The editor of The Valley Robin. tout all the poisonous waste matter fail in a single case '
year. I White bird. f
Gazette invitation crane or pond
, .\ are holdovers, and as a majorityof first rule is, of course, the keyto by accompanied Sandhill crane.
the commissioners on the tour, and on
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those -elected, at the primary are the wise use of credit. Between Blue heron. .JiT' ,
his return to Kissimmee
progressive, it in safe to say that F. borrowing money to spend on one'sself wrote an extended Catbird.Bluejay.. ''I
J M. Hudson will be the next presidentof and borrowing money to buy story of the character, durabil- .
that 'body. equipment of some sort with which to ity and Cost of the roads over which

In the house there is a fighton make more money there is all' the difference the party.traveled. Fish Bald" eagle.
quite Among the places visited and eagle. EXCURSION
many
!olo for speaker with odds iu favor of between folly and foresight, road inspected, we declared the sand Scrub jay. ANNUAL 1
extravagance and thrift. If the mon I
,
Turnbull of Jefferson, but the entire oil road at Eustis to be 'the best Sapsucker.Mockingbird..
ey is borrowed for a wise it
scene may change many times betweennow purpose cheapest and most lasting of any one .
and the meeting in April next: will produce enough to pay back prin- traveled over, and we are of the same Red ibis or flamingo.
Member of Senate, 1913. cipal and interest and leave a fair Water' turkey.
opinion today. The commissioners .
margin of profit for the borrower into JULY 2
*
District J- R. A. McGeachy (Santa of the' Bluebird. '
were evidently same opinion,
.
Rosa the bargain. If it is borrowed for a I Pelican.
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)
for
they have ordered L. R. Farmer
District 2-John B. Jones (Escam- foolish purpose it will produce nothing -
Buzzard.
who has of roadforce
charge the -convict
and there will be :1
consequently TO :
bin Carrion
) crow.
to of
t begin -putting section
District 3 *B. H. Lindsay (Walton nothing with which to repay the loan.From Spanish
road at Fish Lake in.condition to oil, gnat.
and Hnlm.\_ this point of view. it matterscomparatively . Gause hawk.
and on Tuesday Mr. Farmer movedhis I SAVANNAH $7.50 CHARLESTON $9.50
District 4-R. A. Willis (Jackson). little whether the Interest force there and began work. Sand martin. ; ,
be high or low. It U the repJl'yInent -
District 5S. P. Roddenbery Wren.
In this the commissioners displaying
of the principal that is the chief are AID, RETURN FROM ,KISSIMMEEVia
.
(Waukulla Franklin and Liberty) good judgment, as they usually Calico bird. }
Ditsrict 6-'. L. Watson (Gads- difficulty.. do in all matters pertaining to thecounty's Yellow hammer.
Rules 2 and 3 deal with the most -
Grass
den) welfare, and we are satisfied sparrow.
District 7--J. H. Drane (Polk). satisfactory ways of repayment. Underneath that the experiment will prove such a Pine warbler. .
District R 'A. S. Wells (Leon). them both is the same prin- success that that character of road Bee martin. Atlantic Coast Line

'' District 9-'Fred L. Stringer (Her- ciple: The loan must be repaid with r will be adopted for use all over the Red warbler. ...
the money it earns itself. For example I
nando Citrus and Pasco). county.Mr. Thrush.

4 District 10-C. E. Davis ( Madison). machine, if that the money will last is ten used years to buy, the a . .Farmer stated, ...that. he would" Paroquet. I Tickets an Sale July 2nd, Final Limit to Return July 14th i

District l1--W. F. Himes. grade down Libby's hill, the one placeon Tickets will be food trains and
refvlar
machine must earn enough in, that on going returning
District 12J. M. Gornto (Taylor the road between this city and St. HOW TO BE A WAR I '"
time for itself it will.
to
or ever $
i't pay ,
and Lafayette)J. Cloud that autoists trouble
District 13-'Fred M. Hudson The loan, therefore should be entirely than all the gives balance of the more road com- CORRESPONDENT For information or Pullman reservation, call on newest Atlantic Coast >f:

(Dade, Brevard Palm Beach and St. repaid before the ten years are up or binE'd.I ( From Leslie's Weekly.) I Line Agent, or W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent, KUsimmee; J. G. KIRKLAND f

' Lucle). the transaction farmer, will paying lose out money interest on the for The road leading to .Libby's hill will It l is not an easy matter to secure D.P.A., Tampa, Fla.; J. R. BEAZLEY, T.J>> A., Tampa Fla. :
District U-U. L. Plymptoh (Columbia be widened several feet and otherwise
no benefit" in return. On the other I the privileges of a war correspondent li
). in condition that will make
put with the United States in the i
Z. Adkins ( hand, if too early a date is set for army
t District 1 15- A. Bradford travel between this city and St. Cloud
field. First, the applicant must
repayment the machine will not have pre .
). safer and __
more pleasant.But sent credentials from the pub- -. u \.4
) had sufTcient opportunity to make the proper
+ .1 District 16--J. E. Caulking, returned it I
requisite and the borrower appears to us that the time ,: lication he represents with a photograph -
money may
( (Nassau). has arrived for the commissioners to ,
: have difficulty in'raiRing it elRe- : as well as an account of his
I District 17J. B. Johnson (Suwan- take definite action regarding the St. 'I :
the nature of the work
stating
0- where. Rule 3 provides forjom", career,
nee): Cloud road, and that action should be he i is to do at the front and I
District 18-Iron F. Farris (Duval). form of amortization, the system by such that a road direct and not as I expected 5.1.0. G. Vita ImWCE '
to his trustworthiness
certifying as N s
District 19Arthur E. Donegan which the so principal that the is amount repaid of in the installments crooked as a corkscrew should be I newspaper man and his personal} fitness a- I $ GEftGY.... .

. (Seminole, Osceola). builded. This i is an old story, and has to the With I ' 20-Glenn Marion loan j is continually diminishing and accompany army. "
District Terrell ( been hashed and rehashed time and this must certified check of Successor Arthur E.
in consequence the interest charges ; go a $1,000 to Donefan Agency 1 ,
and Sumpter). ' time therefore it i is useless at this
'": ? Blitch ). also. 1fuch, 'a system i is quite feasible ago : payable to the adjutant-general of the Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank
, , District 21J. S. (Levy time to' go into figures and lengthy which is to cover his Building Phase 246 itJr r
when the loan i is really productive, I army expenses
,r District 22-Dr. J. R .McEachernt but let remind the ='
, t argument us commissioners of equipment and maintenance. He
when it returns to the borrower a def i
(Jefferson). that practically every man must also give' bond of $2,000 to "
inite each Tables showing
y',.,Z ,4 District 23W. M. Igou (Lake). the revenue year. to off- living in either St. Cloud or Kissim- guarantee his living up to all of the General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most
f : 24-J. N. Fogarty (Monroe payments required pay is in favor of the road '
I':0 District principal and interest in mee proposed rules of the army. If these are 'vio Reliable companies.We .
t and Lee). varying pe- paralleling the railroad. Such a road lated the $2,000 is to be payable to s I'I'i
; Al riods of time are appended to the bul- ,
McClellan
'.' District 2hA.. J. will shorten the distance three miles,
, i and letin and are recommended to the serious any charity which Secretary Garrison will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency t tw
Calhoun
(Washington, Bay) consideration of' oho will .open up a splendid country, and may name. The correspondent must .
,Ff t District 26-W. S. Middleton (Put- everyone The will pay for .itself twice over in five also take the military oath of loyaltyto without change-Your patronage Is respectfully solicited. : )r'
contemplates borrowing
:!:: ) money. in time saved to the hundreds :
' .r years the United States and to
District bulletin also advises the farmer
to apee'
I! ,'91, 27F. M. Cooper (Mana- the. lowest possible interest. secure At i of'peopletratelinp between the cities. abide "in letter and in aplrit' ;by all .
> tee and DeSoto). I week. '
every the regulations of' the '
first sight this seems too obvious to f army. 'I
hYiR District 2s-.t.. B. Conrad, returned I Specific precautions are taken to I'
? Volusia). worth mentioning. Of course the Everybody is coining to KissimmeeDollar ,
F. ( adventurers... and only men I
should be small
interest as as possi I
F: District.29-*M :* M. Brown (Clay ble. Everybody knows thatexceptthe Day, July 11. Are you? with bona credentials and actual
,f and Baker). .'4''f'1'1
+ lender. But [if the other rules are I newspaper careers are to be admittedto
H. Greene Hamilton r
30-W. (
District A NIGHT PICTURE. ,
these .
" .J observed, if the borrower his privlle'es.'Parlor! is
-< ). manages I .' p
District 31L. W. Zim (St. Johns). financial affairs'soundly, he will be (From the Cleveland Plain Dealer.) jl + C III I i i a i r i
w - District 32-1). G. Borland (Alas- surprised to find how much easier it Beyond the woods, the sinking sun tat 4

hUB). is to obtain favorable .terms.. The Is drowned in floods TJf licroid light; I
Holdover senators.Repre.enlatlvee right kind of lender does not want to A
While creeping shadows, dull and dun,
to 1915' Legislature. foreclose mortgages; he wants his Aweary of their daily run

Alachua-J..C. Adkins, H. C. Par- money back with a fair profit, like any : Are thankful for the night.
'' . other merchant. For money that l is r

b + ker.Baker borrowed wisely: for money that l is '
,r : -W. D. Mann. The sunbeams slantwise glance and | .'
t J i +, BayT.. F. Brayton. sure to. be repaid he charges. low, interest gleam I

a Brevard-John B- Rodes. \ Athwart the lazy, twisting stream | MarketHENRY
Calhoun-C. V. Varnidore. This, in fact is why the govern- Whose lilting little ripples seem j

: Citrus-J. E. Stevens ment has published these rules l for Afraid to miss a single ray; .
' ., '- Clay-E. D. Prevatt. borrowers. It i is not so much a mat- The guardian woods-their bloomy j i] T. BASS, Prop.

t Columbia-J. J, Paul, D. G. Rivers. ter of driving! a shrewd bargain as it treesDeserted I J

'' ) Dade-R. E. McDonald. is of observing a few fundamental} by the sportive breeze I Florida and
I principles which alone can make credit ; ..
ro DeSoto-W. A. Langford.r Seem brown unto the eye that sees I .
f; Duval-Frank L. Dancy, S. C. Harrison a blessing and not a curse. The fading day. W.estem-! :I

Jr. -- -
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.-Eecambta--W o : H. fiIftnittn;Rats .-Dollar Day JulrTT. Ad' frel'lt'o the gl-----------l .

ert Anderson.Franklinyomi. Each hill -shows Meatof

., i 11. Cook. MERELY A MATTER breftst :
flJ3 (
I Gadsdeni-J: W. Gray, J. G. Sharon. OF OPPORTUNITY Each height uplifts her joyous peak ?

I Hamilton-L. A. Gribbs, 'John E. To catch the last sweet golden i11 q
all KINDS-at all TIMESAlso
t Scaff. streakOf
hemp Moore of Pennsylvania is oneof
Hernando. L. Dawson. the most prolific speakers in the slowly dimming glow that dies
fAy ,+ Hillsborough A. Martin, G. H. house of representatives, says the Contented in the .skies! i }

fa i Wilder. Popular Magazine. So is Tom Sisson Fresh Poultry and Eggs,
Holmes-W. G. Watford. of Mississippi. Whenever a public Bring!! oat your Rusty Dollar on Fresh Home Cured Meats I

i Jackson-Ellis F. Davis J. R. Shoemaker. question! comes flitting by, these two July 11.Marion. Pure Home Made Lard. Every Dollaryou

r, fellows catch it on the wing, pick It. Craig, candidate .for the i
(, Jeffer on-Theo. L. Turnbull. B. F. to pieces, devour it, digest it, and then state senate in Duval made a showing PARLOR MARKET

)! +,( Hamrick. say what they think about it. When- of strength that was very gratil
Lafayette--J. J. Handley.
ever a matter of international policy
++ ., Lake-L. D. Edge J. A. Hanson. tying to his numerous friends deposit in thia Bank
( looms on the horizon no bigger than throughout the state.Tampa Trib 'Telephone 44. 117 Broadway. helps YOUR town. It is l
." /; Lee--R. A. Henderson. a man's hand, Tom and Hamp send inveated right here .Loaned
i + une. -- by us on gilt-edged a.-
Leon-John N. Neeley W. E. Gray. '
forth their mental outposts surroundit
: ,
Levy-John C. Weimer. .. .__u I cprity to those who wish to build
besiege it, capture it, study it, and or improve their
.
, r Llbertr"Forehand." discover all its eccentricities, habits, properties i
lly+ Madison" -R. L. Milliner, F. M. Hen- and profound secret and then make'
t derson. t
speeches about ft.
i. Manatee-A. M. Wilson. It is a short day in when >
s We
congress Perhaps Can
You
1 Marion-W. J. Crosby, W. T. lien- the pages of the Congressional Recordare a Help

'r derson.Monrofi; not enriched by the remark of
-Arthur Gomez Clarence In Such An
one or both of these gentlemen. Theyare Undertaking.
', -Roberts.. hard workers the' floor wellas
on as
", H. A. Jones Gold- IINJ
Nassau- Harry .
t
in their studies
; and, as a result of
'
i stein. this, both of them stand high in their ft STOCKSAWDUST 'I We are always ready to oblige our customers when it
A. B. Newton S. S. Griffin.
Orange- ,
't h party councils. is, possible and consistent with methods
safe business
N. C.
Osceola- Bryan. One Tuesday morning they met at I PLANERS SeESAWS _,.ATEAM .rEEDII
I Pasco-O. N. ,Williams. their ..club for breakfast. MATCHERS IIELP FEED'RIP
Palm Beach-H. L. Busey.Pihellasa "Tom TOWER EDGER TRIMMERS R
aid lump "I've
-F. A. Wood. contended that the best debater PERKJ'II'' aD.NGLE MACHINERY STATE BANK OF '
you are :
Folk Reid R. W. Hancock.
Robson
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in the house. If there is one ENGINES ... t. 40 II.IAW.ILL.. ,

t ,. Putnam-.--Henry S. McKensie. G. faqlt in you, it is that at times.you BOILERS as. t. 4. Llsat ... HYr'

r, TU6lmu Santa 1.Rosa-W. A. McLeod. T. J. utterance become so excited an to make lour CONVEYORS SLAB AII'.EYORII': ' KISSIMMEE

Ji 'Tenn. somewhat indistinct., GASOLINE>> ) ,ENGINES STEAM FEEDS ,

'i ,, .Sem1noi.-Foreat Lake rule, however, your voice rings high L.&TU. ...ILLaSTAVIII/ MILLa 'i'Dlssrole ; y
a and clear. I had
to leave here
,Johns-yJohn, W. Davis. E. A. afternoon to go to Philadelphia.Friday As I saws c t Capital stock --.--';.---________________________$100,000.00
4 Wilson. BITS ... .1* Hakes; at aa4na
; St..Lucli-A.-D.;- ,Penney, went out of the house, your thunderous e.seasrtxa- sAW PlILLIIIY. B02EeBELTUIG. "v Resources ever ----.-_______-____-,________----_ 400,000.00
tones
I were shaking the 'ela.in
,
r -fiumpter-H. O.,.Collier.. the roof of the house. When '1 z.e.. 4 teadea+:.0..:.... t. 1 ee t ', t .
A. ilardee Geo. E. ,
e i> .Bs.an6..C.ry, ,. turned Monday afternoon.and entered 'J.OGCII.Ul'I'' cal'I'I"'HGQiu' ,TONGS Officers end Directory
,' ..,'r. . .
't.Bawldna. ; '
the house, you were still t&11dnJr.Tbat .EVlCaYTliIso FOa.'rRE \
'L '
.(, ; "TayloW.T.'eaab.: is a record of "i'' C. A. CARSON. Peat cj.. M.. LEE Vice Prest.
which should be ,
SH -G. u> it.r'IAWMILL .
Vofnsia ..m.E.c.hlJ. Putnam. = ... ..
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(( W..JI' Mapoleeix' '_ .J- ROMA'THQMA3-Cashier,
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::, :A.. CoL' dOthat.x..had.'Wtak. ad taee.il' ) i t H M1.h ,.... .
Bo" ,
$ -'
: : ", ,110'.:( yonr absencefrom the city./. J1 1; 'w"l- M "-->/IN"":;; a ,Ktltaeraw.

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, 1914 'THE KISSIMMEE ,VA'LLIY' GArETTEi
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I (Mattle Belle, Harris, EditorS'Reqa'ed .BE PLAYED l ,.:THE FAVORITE, STORE, ,, I" ,
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.L.LV u made to all patrons of f the,Valley Gazette to'send items % .

e of society. event;:to the Editor for' publication i in these columns, I 1 ,JULY 4TH No' Matter! Where. .You: :Buy : '

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KIrven-Blaekwell; Wedding.I dies have decided! to 'repeat the socials TALK TO '
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{ One of the most beautiful weddings frequently during the summer Grounds Now In Splendid

of the season was solemnized Wednes months. Dates for the socials will be -.
day at high noon in the Methods; announced as. they are arranged. : tJ
.f Episcopal church South, when Miss Condition d', Before You Place Your
: Margaret< Lee Blackwell of this city Country Cub Party.
became the bride of Mr. Pollard Kir- Already the new club house of the .
F t ven of Darlington, S. C. Rev. S. W. jKiaslmmee; Country club is becoming Now that the warm days r
' Lawler pastor of the church, officiated a popular place of entertainment, and .PLAYERS PRACTISING | DAILY ore here the '
1 at the wedding, and the impressive numerous! pleasant parties are being AND MAKE FINE, SHOWING. dependent to a large extent Upon the '
114 ring ceremony was witnessed by a given there.) Mr. and Mrs. van .der WILL BE WINNING TEAM .
't large assemblage of guests. Meersche entertained last: Monday IN MIDDLE FLOR- To insure absolute purity food must be .-
,
., For the occasion the church had evening with one of the most delight contact with ;
only'
cold
} been elaborately decorated with palms, ful of these parties, having as their IDA. dry continually.' :
M1.j ferns and cut flowers. Miss Jean Caldwell guests Messrs. F. a. Lynch, Lucian t
1;. the florist, so arranged the deco I Piron of Brussels, John Peeters of found Every in phase of pleasure l can be That's what you get \\n
Kissimmee. ;
rations as to get the -best artistic, ef1'11 Antwerp, Mr. Kilvert of New York ;
fect and form a color scheme of pink, and Senator A. E. Donegan. That statement has somewhat of a I'
white and for the bridal -+- balloon sound, but it is a fact, never- '
green
I; ) To the strains of Mendelssohn partf.s Young People Entertained. theless, and principal among which is '
f i"t wedding march, played by Miss Mary Sixteen of the young people af the the great American game of baseball.
f Dixon, the bride entered the church II IIt town were'm08t enjoyable entertained Some"three months ago, as has been .
"..l ..i on the arm of her father, Mr. J. by "Mr. and Mrs. C. ,W. Dann at their told in these columns in previous issues : tlie 'to w !
'' Blackwell of Ashton. They were A'I|I I home on Patrick street last Tuesday. the board of trade lathered the Keeps food tiull fresh and natural: '
f. at the altaf"by-the-lT h1 and his best evening in honor TSfThe- sixteenth idea-athavmg a first class baseball of dry pure air prevents odors .
''f\ ... man, 'Mr.: Halnsworth of South Caro- j i I birthday of their daughter Maurine. I club here to amuse our people during : mixing.
'The color schemof and i the summer months, and the committee .
lina. pink
The maid of honor was Miss Lu- green There
wascarriI' in the into whose hands the matter is only oni
cia Kervin, the groom's sister, and the it house decora- was t
bridesmaids were Miss Genie Wicker tions by the use of a large number of placed has done its work doubly well. : Pays f.I Itself feet method of ; \
. of Sanford and Miss Marie- Huddle- Duchesse roses and maidenhair fern. The grounds, which lie just across teats made by big
1: fton of this city. Mr. Edgar Katz and For diversion the ever popular ahd the railroad track and north of the shelf room, adjustable u
Dr. J. W. Simpson' both of this city, amusing game of rummy was playedat I Sugar Belt, are as smooth as a floor, In Ice Saved Doors
can not 1
contain
'1 were the ushers. four tables. Then slips of paper a grand stand sufficiently warp,
!: The bride never appeared more attractive were given to, each truest with some large to meet all, requirements_ for tary. All st.les.The 1&i(
than In her letter of the alphabet designated on years to come, ana tAe whole surrounded .
:1.t blue silk traveling gown of each' slip and blanks left to be filled with the regulation height .. REAL cost of a Refrigerator
with
foulard
navy de-
sign. She wore crepe a becoming hat to in by the guest,' as-a love my love fence The people of Kissimmee have : is its ICE cost, not its We. Want
first cost. The .
match and carried bouquet of bride's with an A, because: 1. He is an ath- been most liberal in donating money honest-built '
lete. 2. His name Is Archie.A 3. He to defray the expenses of the club, walls of the Chilkoot keep out '
lilies of the ;
roses Miss Kervin the valley maid of and honor ferns., believes in Alabama. 4. I feed him on and there is no reason to prevent Kid> j heat, keep out cold,. cut ice bills We could talk for h it
was
gowned in white, with deep shadow apples. 6. I give him a bouquet of simm e being at the top when-the sea- in half. refrigerators Why not

f" lace trimmings, and wore a white hat. asters. The answers were read aloud son closes. Made of handsome sturdy shqw you the Chilkoot. 3
j Her bouquet was of bride's roses. Both and were very original and enter- The manager has already secureda oak, finished perfectly by skilled them the "Porcelain
taining. Afterward the guests number of good players, and has his mechanics, the Chilkoot '
, f bridesmaids wore gowns of white silk w\re\ is a refrigerators. But .
q crepe, each fashioned! with a, quaint blindfolded and given a pice of paper eye on several more in majority .. piece of (nrniture that: ; ornasatlBfied.. come ._ __
e bodice of pink. Their hats were of and told to pin the donkey's tail on. of the state, although the ments your home. It is working
black lace and they carried long-han .Delightful refreshments of strawberry of players will be taken from this miracles now in thousands of IOsceola r
dled baskets filled with daisies and ice cream cake and candy were city.Those homes, saving and 4
i maidenhair fern.Immediately then served. The ice cream was mold- who are now being tried out strength for thousands: : of ,
after the the ed in unique rose designs and to com- are John Breckenridge; Edwin Pounds, women. H d
bride and groom left for ceremony Jacksonville plete the color scheme a buttonhole Lonnie Bass, Lonnie Gant, Tice Mc r
t and from there take a boat to Charleston bouquet of pink roses and maidenhair. Allister, Edson Cornell, Frank Duke, ..
\{ en route to Darlington, S. C., fern was on each plate. All joined in Buck Payne and Falkner, and those .
::1 where they will make their home. singing the popular songs, which Miss who are accepted will be assigned po .
Ethel Gilbert with her usual sitions they are best qualified to fill.
willingness :
t' Bridal Luncheon.One played for them. :The. line-up_ is! ,!expected to be madein .. I ..00..0... ... .0.00. 0 0 I.. ..0 '. .... If '03
When the guests dispersed all\ voted time lor publication in next week'a - -
:/! of the pre-nuptial affairs given having had the "tinie of their li4es"and issue. .
,Ii, for the Kirven-Blackwell bridal party I wished Miss Dann many returns The first game will be played on LAYMEN'S UNION er eleven months' income? If It I '
I.t, was a lovely buffet luncheon tendered .of the day. Those present were Misses Thursday afternoon, July 2, that being possible to have too much money Marcia :
Tuesday evening.by the b-idae-eiater; Maurine Dann, Kathleen Bearden, the day the stores close at noon, DOING GOOD Gavit seems to be in,that predlcament
: Mrs. George Sawyer, at her home on Marion Porter, Mildred Winn, Mattie and Mayor May is expected to pitch WORKMOST How will she handle her
e.. Penfield street. The house was prettily Belle Harris, Ethel Gilbert, Orpha the first ball, while the great throng when she comes of age? Will she
A l \ decorated for the affair and a Rose, Katie Thompson and Messrs. that will be present will! .send. the boyson INSTRUCTIVE it in the pursuit of pleasure or
.;J luncheon of sandwiches, salad, ice tea, MEETING of it to relieve the
Ralph Bearden, Ward Est sy, Lawrence the road to victory with three I eufferin '
a; punch and cake nerved. Included HELT AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH fortunate thefuture THAT
was
Griffin, Graham Young, Leon Estey,, cheers and a tiger. persons? Only
r i, in. the guest list with the bride and Roy Graves, Cecil Prentis Arthur WEDNESDAY NIGHT. can answere, but if she wishes to I r
i groom were: ofr. and Mrs. J. A. Jarrel, Roscoe Dann. FROM ADVERTISING.The the greatest happiness out of FOB'L ,-

K Blackwell, Misses Lucia Kirven, Genie wealth__ she will not try to_ spend_ all
i'. ..Wicker, Marie Huddleston, Mary Dix. Pears soap people spent $400 The Laymen's Christian Union at- Her L nuge L.income ." -
(( "on, Messrs. Edgar Katz, J. W. Simpson After the smoke of battle clears their first year in advertising.. Since. tended the prayer service Wednesday M wvn.upon. nerseix.t :d ..3.
i Rev. S. W. Lawler and Mr. Hains away we see with more perfect vision. then they have spent 16000000.; The night at the Christian church the I Bring HHM.Mn. being
worth. The} Jacksonville Metropolis now seesa original capital of the company was services being led by W. H. Jones, out your Rusty Dollar j: .
July'11.AUTO.
1' --4- 4 great deal of good in Senator Fletcher. 35000.( NQW it is) $4,000,000; The president, who read a Scripture lessor, on the lY'
+, Shakespeare Club Entertained. The Met. is a great paper, and Business was built tip'' by advertising. from the 107th Psalm, then gave a \ 'the' -
t Mrs. F. C. Bryan entertained the shows greatness in the way it takes brief, concise talk, urging all Chris- chU- t
.
.
( Shakespeare club Tuesday. afternoon defeat.-Lakeland Telegram.A Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! tians to be more thankful for the RACES AT t.gen; "
.. at her home on Gumner street Delicious I' Dollar Day. July 11. ,manifold blessings daily received from 0 well
\ refreshments of punch and correspondent wants to know the hand of the loving Father, then 4 DAYTONA BEACH violate.
cake were served. Those present were what animal can go longest without VETERINARY When in Need of* the meeting 'opened and many> gave .will.
i, Mrs: Boise Miss food. We don't know but Bull SURGEON to blessed I I i
Bay'Miss Au tman.I ; a warm testimony as what the I 1
.
I ." Mrs: N. C. Bryan,' Mrs.' Winn., <*'., <' Daytona.Journal' ears withoutpie..- A.-F.Call RICHMOND For- Savior was doing/or them. The meet- ENTItiES MUST BE IN'BY JULY 1. people! Y.
)I !i"i '-' -+- ing was a'spiritual one and Rev. Chis- RACES TAKE _
PLACE-NO
Ladies Ai4 Entertains.: Loughman Road holm thanked the laymen for their oeer- :. ,,
Wednesday afternoon' and evening The northern cities are already reporting Phone 121-3 Kissimmee. Fla. ,visit and warmly invited them to come FOURTH. law. ,
ti i of this week the Ladies' Aid society of heat prostrations. That is again. Next Wednesday night the post; I''
IJ:: the Presbyterian church gave a very I something unknown in Florida. Bet- oOOHO C O v o.OOH laymen will attend the Baptist church Orlando".Fla., June 17, 1914. : ,'aa J-.
t1, successful ice cream social on the ter spend your summer: here at home. and will be led by Judge G. F. Parker, Editor Valley Gazette: -
.
h church lawn. A large number of pea Manatea Record. and a full attendance is desired.On .Gentlemen: Will you kindly print .
,\\1! patronized the affair and were so I mn mn mh : Thursday a Gospel team consist- the following notice of races to be run t
,i cordial in their praises of the refreshments Everybody is coming to Kissimmee .p $1., ing of President vy. H- Jones, Judge on. the' :Dayton-Ormond beach July !
1J.j and entertainment that the la- Dollar Day, July IL. Ar. you? !Saved by purchasing a G. F. Parker, J. M. Gardner and A. S. nn, tars, under the auspices aC
j' Nelson, went out to Shingle Creek to'!Orlando Automobile association Time f
hold services, the meeting being led I of races depending on tide $
f Select Home by A. S. Nelson. will be announced later. All races to I
i Choice Farm. The laymen of Kissimmee are doinga I be strictly amateur, no one but ama- fr.,
teur drivers will be O
great work and are being recognized admitted:
_
.. Vacant I .. .
. : Lot and are receiving calls for their assistance First Race-One mile, free for all, ,
or-- in various places and are organising flying start. Entry' fee, $10. Prize, : 1
1 f i. Coupe] teams to go to placesout silver cup.Second . ..-
' Acreage4frAfr of town to help draw people to a Ra Five-mile .straightaway ) > '
* ; Summer CookingShouldn't :: closer walk with God and say they free for all. Entry fee, $10. >
: -
+: Prize, silver
l --- .. Summersof are getting anTnuclr more out of It cup 'I
Cook than their audiences. It requires! just Third Race-Five-mile stock tour- -
> a : the Elite Realty Parlor, 608 this kind of work to make the hearts ing car race, cars to be fully equipped
T : Pen}eld street.. South Kissim- of the pastors_ of the different with fenders, top, windshield. Entry '
i'; ; the Cook 1I churches glad, and inspires them to free. 15. PrizO' !_ ..lIv... Plln
mee.A greater works. Fourth Race:--Twenty-mile: cham-
choice 40 acres of citrus pionship for the Orlando association
dinner
Getting: ready
land bordering on; a beautiful cup valued at $100, to be raced for
t in July ia just as comfortable lake. A rare bargain. FIRST BAPTIST each; Fourth of July. Any driver-win
ning for three
I same consecutive time.
: in November For rent-a new o-room pins the
as 1 CHURCH SUNDAY may keep cup. Entry fee, $10.
tered bungalow-; flowing well; Prize, Orlando association cup. one : s
.i. -if you use a '..4tit large lot; suitable for a garden. All entrJes jnu t be in by July lit good .
I I together with entry fees. Address all me. ; ;
FLORENCE OIL
'tit i $ $ '$ $ $ CHILDREN'S DAY OBSERVED AT communications to L. B. Fort, care of 24-4t ,
COOK STOVE. THE MORNING HOUR, San Juan Garage, Orlando.
e 1 'f: MI"Turning Paint in Otf Slow Hitttry"- .All Florida cars are earnestly Invited e" in ,

1: The heat goes into the I OOOOOO O i'IO"'OOOOOOO I A drama will be rendered by the to participate. .O to
FLORENCEf ._ _. children entitled "The Water of Life." I (Signed) L. B. FORT, only "
I ,', It ."."."",',',,'''Ro.fr..nrr.!;' "nro"'..110kitchen .on"n...'" ...h....... ... - - Miss Poeberta Bryan, director of the l I Acting Secretary. / .'
junior .choir, will have charge of the rd.
j It does your Cook Stoves i JoeWeIsh work. Miss Ethel Gilbert, pianist of 1 Bring out your Rusty Dollara on I

work well and the Juniors and Busy Bees, will aid July 11. mo. ,
reliably, r .
"Look for the Leyer" .11 ;
7a - - during the rendition_ of? the.drama..! I ;;
:; The parents or the cnuaren are
corn-y' especially invited, and everybody wel- I ,
less watching and regulatingthan comed. I Mules 'fQI'Sale. -

a coal stove. .fin' ,4a At will the preach.-usual hour at night the pastor p, I


. You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hot TOO MUCH MONEY "e

flame. FOR A LITTLE GIRL con
or merely simmering Nar'

f il' 'Come 'in and let us show you how these Florence Marcia Ann Gavit is a little girl, -
l' M only eight year oldYet: to provide
FOR
Automatic Stoves' work, how simple and reliable. necessities apd luxuries for her, her SALE-One carload of
grandfather the late Anthony N. mules, three to five years old,
,"po, Wicks. to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once Brady set apart $14,000,000.) The interest fourteen to fifteen. hands : .. ;t

ff4 ' ,; started, each burner will keep going at the same To heads'on.that of families amount is who$3,500 get a in day.a high, all untrained;;,also one per : BV

,y . :\\power until you turn it out.PERFECTLY. 1 r whole year not' more than a third; :l as car one-half of fat horses' fourteenand and.-
math as.little )4I.s.avlt', gets'dally. to fifteen hands ,1
; SAFE $3.5iK> is r. big 'sum, says the Savannah high, all been worked doable; '
; ., JV"
; ".' .' '..." News. : .. and as good"a bunch'of ; "
cow $
": }Firei Prix'e >naaer In Okie. Full- How Ja it possible to. spendall that -
'
; horses'.. ,there. is In.T.xa.r: \ i
.I
.i money on one little girl so that none S ; .;
..
blooded.
r .Wrlsh. ud Pony rt Service of. of it will.go,for thjngs'that do not i flve.to. niae years old...,, ,Will.. to'
: fend to tb."pablk., "Breeding. pit foelarge'mare..lJ give her pleasure? : Unl....the miser .\\1'"' 'ship'Ut.../horses and mules "" ;,fa< ,
I W.B..Makin30ffiC s.'' '- ,If:'' ,' is ia her .Jl : e
spirit 1e'met'e heapIngpp
strong
-
.- ,,, . of Jewel would not please hen to.mSTranclfeloee' ,toWotthlo /''Fon,,,f- ; '. xytwc

,q' f' ._,\, '' ,.-- ....,. "...J.4 \ "" ,, '\>1fA' '&- "S.m, ,. '.POjff_yAVifc.tf'C Toys, bones..af.omo1"Je.-.Ii..*clothes --.-- =4t;'w1deysrWriter- < T"" "

_. .... ,-..__.--- -- -..--,- ....,.. --......----..... -... .:_..'J..L.: '.......... ( ...Ei9WOP J;, bought. ?to Jut A year, all:;.could. be . ,or wire"me at 100' ,East tat;; .
Yb.4t.-pd, _* YI.da.ii: $a.c" with; say a month's income.", -cha.get'atdnae! ; ..rtIL..YW'u."e ,. \!<.. ,
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Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! daredevil experimenters havi gone to
;w The Kissimmee Valley Gazette their .work wjth the heedlessness and Society Hotels

,I carelessness of this.aborigine l''
,v*JtTBLISHED BVIEITT: FnlfiAY, OFFICE IN VALLEY QAZttTTB BCILDINO That'll be the Rule on'.Dollar Day In time the aeroplane .will not be a -

t' ;' ; VV KJB81MMK.K1! ; O8CUOL.A!: COUNTY, LOKIUA., plaything:' for children; or' barbafiansor .
( t I . ....<.. . *. . i cabinet ministers. It will be con- Motor Party From Bartow.

r.W.B.: HARRIS .' .te. ,w _ '. _. ;.. OWDcr, I lOw bought it in Kissimmee." That i* the big idea.back'pf .fined to its legitimate work' and comparatively Mr.their and guests Mrs. John on Wednesday McPhatter hadas and .
few
h %ta ty' t,S..J. TRIPLETT, .".' .. . . .. _ .. ',_ Edilortot I ( Dollar Day tt is born of optimism and reared and be killed. The hopeful mere'risking young of men life will js Thursday of this week a party of

.. .. nutured on-enthusiasm. It launched friends who motored up from Bartow
nothing to be
".. -= - -- is a movement to coax proud of. Two Guns- and with the of
delighted '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: "On. copy! nn. year----------------------------.PIJt'I (he coy and elusive dollars out .of their hiding places and White Calf could be as heroic in this Kisgimrriee were and vicinity sine growth their

ODe copy, ala month.----____.____. inn/ Quo. copy three m..nth..n.. ____ .........4CI. ''I sfart. them jumping, rolling and stretching for the good of all. man.way as the mpst popular. young bird- l last visit. Intruded in th_ party.were
.. .
"Ir : -- .. A great many purchases which could just as, well'' and just Mr. and Mrs. If. E Ernest, who for
r: All communication, except frvnn-our *u lived Miss Marie Wilson
here
: a r. at.ted by the writer : Ks advantageously be made in Kissimmee are being made in AN EASY TASK. merly anJher
i ;! ,nOcl.d mutter will not b. returned unit..ll...l for- and j Charles Wilson, Mrs. Holloway
Jacksonville in New York and
, Tampa, even Chicago.
':. - ----'-'----- -- It takes to daughtere Miss Jessie Sutton art
---- -- -- - --- - money run a
:, (Bntertd. at the 1'0&I'otrl In Kl..lmmcv, Florida n.. a..con<1-
I ___- ____ ' : trade Dollar Day is devised to keep this business at home' per. It doesn 1 t take money to run a Wednesday, evening Mr. and

i FRIDAY; JUNE 19 ,. 1914' i and to bring the buyer and seller in closer contact-to pull newspaper. Jtican: run"without' mon I Mrs. McPhatter 'planned an elaboratepicnic
,
It lunch for their house guests and
ey. lanot a venture. It is a char-
and work and each
-- "-=-- =- _0.= _ ._ together together help to benefit the itable institution, a begging concern, I invited Rev. and Mrs S. W. Lawler,
J I other\ a highway robber. The newspaper isa I Mrs. Van Duzer, Miss Lenora Van
THE FOURTH OF JULY. ; Dollar Day will give every merchant a chance to offer ex- child of the air, a creature of a'' Duzer and Mr. and Mrs Phann to

.. Patriotism and Powder! I ceptional"r bargains to home and out-of-town customers. It dream. It can go on when any concern 1 join the merry paity.

There' a connection: between the two which would be remarkable if I it will offer the merchants)) a chance to push their goods and would be in the hands of the -<-
had been be rather intimate the of t receiver and wound up with cobwebs Mm. Meiklejon Entertains.
not proved to by past years.
experiences otherwise impress the local people, well those
upon as as in the windows Mrs R. W. Meiklejon was hostess of
The near approach of the summere holiday) of which the'Glorious Fourth"is who'come from luncheon at the
adjacent territory, that they can buy as ad- It takes wind to run a newspaper; i an enjoyable Countryclub
the occasion: or inspiration, make the subject timely. vantageously at home as elsewhere. I it.takes gall to run a newspaper. It Thursday E'v..ninK.' which was

I I The disasters resulting from the insane celebration of the Fourth, like We specially ask out-of-town readers takes scintillating acrobatic imagina-I I I given' in honor of Mrs. W. J. S. Carr.
our not to forget)
tion, half a dozen white shirts and Included in the guests' list were:
.! typhoid fever malaria and other sad visitations preventable. They a
are are
that July I 11 I will be Dollar Day. Whatever else you do on railroad pass to run a newspaper. But I Mesdames' Van der Meersch, Ault-

," without reasonable/ excuse excepting that of ignorance, which isn't acceptable that day, don't fail to come to Kissimmee. It will offer Iou money! Heavens to Betsy and six I I I man, Simpson and Miss Bryan.HoKgesWindhurst., .

as an excuse in these enlightened, days. Where an explosion of gun- one of those rare opportunities when you can spend and hands around. Whoever needed, money -
powder in firearm or fireworka result. in fatal i injury or in instantaneous to conduct a newspaper? Kind words I) '
and economize. We
buy
that "
save can promise you the-, One of th. weddings of the week of
the medium
death, the doctor, of course, hasn't a chance. The coroner should be sum- I are of exchange that do I
local merchants will do their share and if interest circle of friends
you are wise you the business for the editor ,Jcmd i to a large occurred -
moned. But in the multitude of accident dial. pepper the akin with burned will do yours by letting go of the hoarded dollars and :words and church social tickets.-When iI | at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

powder that bring shattered f fingers and blinded eyes the features that sharing in, the wonderful values! which will be offered Dollar you see an editor witht money, watch I I I). R. Blenis Wednesday evening, when

-make the smalLboy _a_brio to his.companions- the greatest danger is not I Day. July I II.I ,,' I him. He'll be paying his bills and 1' Mrs Windhurst, who has made her
for the
home in Kissimmee
r jiisgracingjus...rofessifin. fever give past year,
from the that other lhan
superficial damages might have come from causes -- -- --
Let everybody turn tout on that day. wa Jr'ID11te-It'in--mBrriage---ro---fr.---
to editor
money an make him trade
iii I ; ]
1 exploding: fireworks. It is in the .comparatively: slow-development I Let us make it a "Red Letter" Bargain Day. t it out. He likes to swap. l' Hogges' of Gainesville, Fla. Rev. S.
I
+ of tetanus, resulting f frequently in complete flexion of the voluntary muscles Everybody talk about Dollar Day. I Then when you die, after you have I I W. Lawler performed' the ceremony.

a -V V and producing lockjaw.In boost for Dollar (I stood around for years, and sneered at ': After the wedding Mr and Mrs.
Everybody Day.
dinner for the
entertained at
its final development the death of the victim is attended by horrible the editor'knd his little Jim Crow paper I Blenis
Boost! Boost Boost and the few
bride and guests
I ;, be sure that you have your wife I groom
suffering not unlike that produced by hydrophobia. The spurns of excruciating send"in for three extra copies by one 'invited to witness the ceremony
r agony in both diseases are unrelieved by the unconsciousness of the y - :- ----- of the children, and when she reads II The bride's" home is in Micanopy,

victim, and he dies a lingering death, realizing his fate and enduring the limit : GREEK BOOTBLACK v 'ry long' ago The postmaster was the generous and touching notice but she made a host of friends during

of pain to which humanity can reach. I a new official, and refused to take the about you, forewarn her to send the her residence' in Kissimmee
second batch of at the editor nine cents. Money is a corrupting I The groom is a prominent surgeonof
regular
It is not likely, in the present general indifference to the possibility of j IS CHAMPION EATER rates papers thIng. The editotr knows it and Gainesville, and after a wedding'

accident of this l kind even in the best regulated families that we shall see ,I I The publisher at once wired the de- i what he wants is your heartfelt trip in Europe' they will be at hometo

any remarkable lessening of this danger It is well, therefore,.to be prepared I ,, partment at Washington for a decision I II thanks; then he can thank his printers friends in that cityUNCLAIMED ,_
-
-
for it-to realize that however slight a powder burn may appear, if it has Kissimmee has ,a champion eater I in the matter, and the reply was a. and he can thank his grocers Give
1 This week the Greek boot most favorable one. In fact, it your job work to a traveling man and
broken there is decided and risk ill young gavethe
the .kin
outer a danger not taking every then ask for half rates for church LETTERS
: black located on Broadway demonstrated 1 newspaperman all that he asked 1 notices -
V'k ..step to avoid fatal infection. (' his right to this title by pulling for-and then some. The question was ''I i Get your lodge letter heads

If a person child or adult is attacked by a dog presumably affected with I ofT an eating ..exhibition in front I turned over to A. M Dockery, third and stationery printed out of town and __. AT THE POSTOFEICEB

r rabies, he lakes no chances, but hunts up the doctor, and he gets lo him !lof the Palace drug store Wednesday I assistant postmaster-general, to hah- then flood the editor with beautiful
t' night, at which time he consumed by Idle; and this was the reply wired the' thoughts in cards of thanks and resolutions -
less and the
The from burn serious
quick. danger a powder is no prudent I of .
They make ...
correct count thirty-seven full sued inquiring publisher respect spicy V 1-1"; .I" H aHh.rIIM.
man will be equally prompt in consulting; the physician. An anti-toxin for bananas, eight ten-cent dishes of ice "With respect' to the time of mailing reading and you are so proud of your ,\, .,d, II.1 fu., 1//", IWII wrekraVdiI

y tetanus has been perfected: which is as dependable in the prevention of this cream and one dozen raw egg I copies of it publication admitted to the local paper' when you pick it up filled "lira rant1'111 g tun -" l'qC\In, grnn, n II

i disease a* is the Pasteur treatment in the prevention of hydrophobia. Its use He i Is still alive. second 1 class of mall matter, you are with those glowing mortuary articles lirndliV )i..... :l onn. Jlrs
But mone '-scorn the filthy thing! ('ole. Lb. II \lurl'hi.Cfllle
should be all of this be Th, exhibition started out to be an i informed that while it m expected that > .. ,, ,, ,,
+ encouraged in injuries nature even though they apparently Don't let the innocent editor .n. I'M' < 1'Marlha \ \ ;
l < ":UM tumment for a group of admiring the bulk of each edition issue of a' pure \1\rlhllr, lames
I i of only moderate severity young boys but a* banana after publication admitted to or the second know anything/: about it. Keep that ('uk..l :1'o4'"M' E.III:. Mollie 'TM EllA

., V The bacillus of tetanus, the germ that makes the leal trouble following banana disappeared the bootblack's class of mail mutter shall be presented for sordid tradespeople who charge FI..IM' hu'", \rfL. I'1""I1"'M, at rn, 1's
VV 11"8 Miss .J .I J1rn fl: \
id. powder burns, i. more or less of a mystery, but medical science has him under | faille spread and bv' the time the eggcourse I for mailing on or about the date ofj".UE' for their wares., The Lord loves a HopuS plat" ..1111I.I'rlll"nll.
reached the feast being cheerful giver He takes care of the lrM 5t"i. \, Jigs I AliI'"
surveillance his habits and method of work. The doctor have i Jvas was the postal laws and regulationsdo
,investigating : watched' half of 'Kissimmee editor, who, has a charter from the Sh"lh'. i" bv
1, found him an enemy not lo be trifled with. They hue discovered also that Viler the bananas and had not prohibit mailings thereof at1 I state to act .as a door mat for the '1lnnnu. TI"nnpsnn.1"rrlla'' .' .
cream time afterwards the bhnxmr Ilan' 'dSi' =NelllrJuhnxno
at pound
f he can not thrive in the presence of oxygen. It's fatal to him. Therefore 'I I been eaten the Greek announced that any late of to subscriber community, He will get out the paper I :: : ::: Sim. [\'.: .I':II.\:li' \ II 1ylnhn.
postage regular somehow; and stand for the town and .. I'1; \Vnulen, ..Iohn1111 ,
J he can not inflict injury on the surface of the skin or wherever else he may be he was satisfied, considering that he or as bona tide' sample copies whoop it for when for, Jl; ," 1)Vnr) "a \1'lllion. Tlnl
up you ypu( run
exposed to air. He must and does work beneath the surface and he burrows had had a heartysupper earlier mi)I within the limits stated in section 436, office Don't worry about the editorhe'll K.1O" I.... M rs \y rig ht Hobart.Maui. ,
the evening Could he eat dozen ' \\'IIIItI"M ;\lrM H T
r I; along the nerve lines to the nerve center of the body. ,| n Postal Laws and Regulations The get' on. The Lord only knows I.nn"11.; lx" \\,11), \\'llIla"'M ('Innc@,
? asked
I aw eggs' was by some one publisher is also entitled to mail at ... In
;Jlnnd
1.\ ixht' "
; The advice to the layman in the case of accidents from exploding powder I I in the crowd Sure, if he was paid,' any time free of postage .copies en- how-but Hudson News.somehow.-llaetings-on-the-' B !"IMPSON,

.4 if to go to the doctor as soon as possible don't wait until tomorrow-go now. I for it. So on a one dollar bet that he titled thereto under !section 433, Postal, j % I'oatmaatorWHEN

As first aid to the injured, saturate the wound with peroxide of hydrogen or.a couldn't, he started in again-and won Laws and Regulations"
the dollar.
it i i. known sometimes, with dioxygen. While this be I
r must not depended
:Next he at his stand I I
morning was A PIANO: FOR A HAT RACK ,
upon to ward off the results of injury, its large percentage of available oxygen I, at the usual hour and if he suffered | I

may lessen immediate dangers, until professional skill can have a chance. any ill effects from the night before ,,. Liszt resents people counting on his ;, YOU BUY SHOES AT DUTTON-HARRIS r

t If we must be noisily patriotic, let us be prepared for the consequences\ I; no complaint was heard It is quite I: playing So wrote Madame de Heger- :

vv i 7' and knowing the danger to the average small boy, %e ready to save his life likely, however, that he of has the decided to :' rcann-Lindencrone, in her personal'
next
get more out ex-
+ : lot yean of future usefulness. I I I, hibition he money gives.. i;, story, now. being When published Baroness in Harper'sMagazine. K. inveigled You Save Money On Every Pair

'
r.'j : him into promising to take
A STAPLE. CROP FOR FLORIDA. tea "with her, because he knew her I
11. C WEIDLER ... +I
: SAME OLD STORYSO father she, on hia accepting inviteda L

Experiments on a smell scale in lot of friends, holding out hopes that

.< ,GOES :TO CHICAGO() OFTEN TOLD rdifferent portions corn of have the been state made and I piano Liszt into would the play.middle She of the pushed room-no the

many of these have proven M08t'8atis41 one could have possibly failed to see

Vjr' AS DELEGATE TO THE TRIENNIAL SLICK CROOK WORKED THE factory, demonstrating that this crop it. Every one was on the quivive I

INTERNATIONAL SUN. CHECK GAME ON WERNER I I I can be grown on a paying basis YetI when Lint arrived, and breathlesswith I
I I those who have made these experiments anticipation. -.Liszt, whohad had
9' .1 PAY SCHOOL, CONVEX- ELLIS.A have not followed up the lead! ,, man surprises of this sort, I imagine,

Tv V .j TION. I lend planted on a large scale : !saw the !situation at a glance After
In agricultural districts it !> a hard had been t.o'
: ---- slick! confidence man calling himself r' several' people presented
IMX field matter to break away from old-time him Liszt with his most captivating
!' J C. Weidler : secretary at the H M. Greener and having printed' I
methods, and old-time crops ''smile, said to the hostess: Button Oxford
1. Florida Sunday School association,
business cards to it, claiming
prove j I Ito I, to.the *"
for Jacksonville. With the continued addition Madame', where is your piano Patent Colonial
k leaves Sunday night be the traveling representative of ,
I'
farming I population of Florida therei and looked about for the piano, In Pattnl and Kid
where he will join the Florida delegation the Dayton Supply company. Dayton,
L which leaves on the Seminole Ohio put one over on Collector) Ver- a demand advanced that VIe stand farmers in the shouldtake dev >1'opment 1- though it was within an inch of his $3 to $4 $2 to $4
., Limited for Chicago to attend the Triennial ner Ellin of tAe city electric light and ,' an nose

International Sunday School I water plant some days ago After I that and do growing not. have of to staple be sent crops immediately -; "Oh :Monseigneu'" Would! you C'._. to oar Hradway -bop-and. ..... ........1 o. yoar "........ Our
i convention. The Florida delegation j I talking with Mi Ellis and selling hima I crop really advancing toward .rKr boy lag |....*r Iwr bay for two stores at I". name time) enablml
7"a gill be met at Birmingham by 1d..l'l'/ small order of goods for the plant 1. to market on account of the piano, triumphantly "You are too .. fake fro the prier of eery. pair ..f %bors-abd wr do K withoutmf
their nature.I eatliaa tae -.t A'IT" one *a.. .. -*
perishable dared
+ e ration from Alabaina, and f I the smooth gentleman' produced a 'kind, I never should have to.
I The value of broom corn in several Re *_plor a r.Mp teBt Corp. of nalrMmea. ao. know the dlaereare
hand
mil proceed by special Pullman cars I check foi $7)$) purporting to be from ask vou" And, waving her toward between -........; ,...-mmd _rrel, ...111.. you Moaartalna: tSe do.'C
all the way to Chicago Florida i ia entitled the Dayton Supplj togetherwith hundred dollars per ton, and going up. it, "Here is the piano!" earav .*aea|' **maa plea .r........ .r raa'crllrd ordrr. Ur sell only standard _
V ' to. thirty-six delegates, while: letter stating company that the check I A grocer says: "Brooms that we \h. yes" said Liszt, who loves a ".._.. _...r........... by leading _.....r_.... they. snit 'onb....-.
V, V Alabama will have more than twice was for a his expense account. Every I'paid %l.23 to $2..S0'r doen for five joke, "1 wish to put my hat on it." 1- ..... al.ewbere. .
this number. t or six years ago cost us now $rt 50 per 1 Very crestfallen, but undaunted, the
that
thing appeared so regular Patent Kid and Gun Metal
meets'' upon For the of brooms
'1 k The International convention the request of the man. Mr Klhs! .1 I dozen: years price Baroness cried: "But, Monseigneur,
Il every three years and embraces the I readily agreed to endorse the check has been advancing you will .not refuse, if only to play a Here is a Snappy Black Beauty. It ,#
VI w, entire North American continent, and and identify him at the State bank. I I Broom .corn can be grown in the I| scale: -merely to touch the piano!" comes in Patent Leather, Kid and Gun

representatives denominations I This he did and the money was" secured southern section of Florida as a second 1 But Liszt, as unkind as she' was M tal It is splendidly made and fits

T by and from every state and Canadian" In due course of time the check crop, and will mature fully when i tactless, answered, coldly "Madame? like a glov'e. .
'V 1 province: will be present. There will returned with the statement that I there are no frosts to kill the plant 'II never' play my scales in the afternoon
was
:V be 4,400 accredited' delegates, and thee the Dayton had ne If the farmers would go into the ," and turned his back on her and Prices '
tf*) : sessions will be held in the famous 'account at the Supply bank.company planting' of broom corn it would open talked with Madame H el bur.
t'4"
!' I i MehlnJah Temple, the best auditorium the way for a large manufacturing range $$2 TO $
I ; The State bank has since received the same time createa I
y 7 in Chicago.' The (convention will open I business and at THE RED MAN IN THE AIR. from_ __
t. Tuesday the 23rd and will last a notice from the Florida Bankers as- home market for the product of the n
t. j week. At the same time that the main sociation that Greener has been operating farm The farmer 'would not have to I (From the Cleveland Plain Dealer.)

s e' : easiona are being held in the temple the same game at other placesin depend on commission merchants: for Two Guns White Calf-that is his
:' other sessions are to be held in dos- the state, and Mr: Ellis 'will take the sale of his straw. There is no name-is a mighty pioneer. He is the Mary Jane Doll
4- r, .ni of churches scattered throughout the proper steps to bate' him apprehended I long:, tiresome process of (curing and first Indian to made an aeroplane or Baby

the city. It is expected that practically if. tie can be_.found I fitting the straw for the market. The flight It happened the other day at For Ease and Comfort there is noth-
R all the great" Sunday school'I ---- i cultivation is the same as that of Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., where a group of ing to equal a Mary Jane, or Baby
Dr H. E. Cott left Saturday for National Park
the Glacier
worker of America and from chiefs from
many Doll.
They come in all sizes and
:
ti Europe will be present, nad matters [ Lakeland, where he will practise his i corn.After the early crop of potatoes, were being entertained by the federal I widths to fit you. You ought to see

I* of vast importance to the Sunday I I profession of optometrist. : tomatoes, peppers, eggplant or other government
'.eboot'world-.iit! be-enacted.Lilft. 1 I crops, plant the broom com seed cullUvate Two Guns White Calf is not a modernized these beautiful Pumps! in .

''lr ,' ; 'IdFLORIDA --- -- 00+000000000000000 0, the same as for corn and the red man. He is an Indian of J

? + UNIVERSITY, < i crop is made,-Homeseeker. the common or blanket variety Heanswers Patent Leathersat $ 3 ;
without offense, to the name
CATALOGUE* O* LETTERS* TO THE EDITOR. 0 0 REVEREND PATMONT of "John." He speaks pidgeon Eng! only I _ _ _ _ . _ _

Od0000000000000000Monroe KIDNAPPED AGAIN lish. Possibly he is unversed in domestic '
The university of Florida catalogue' sanitation and is satisfied witha ..

I for 1914-15 is a neat book of two hundred I Ohio June 12, 1914 A press dispatch of the Christian tpee aa a place of abode. Comfortable Summer Shoe ,
t i. pages' now ready' for general dis- I Mr. S. Triplett, Standard of Cincinnati Ohio, confirms But Two Guns White Calf was not I Shoe
c Here
It contains valuable inforJi Tirae-Union ana is a that Fits Well Wears
"trihnUon. Kissimmee, Fla. the report of the to -.onplussed by anything so mat-
i the of the i Rev Louia R- Pat- Well and is a Delight to Your Felt.
nation about history uni- i Dear Sir and Friend: I have been other papers that ter-of-fact as! flying. After spring
i I' versitjr, iu government and "regula-I, waiting to hear from the of. mcnt .is kidnapped again. He disappeared once through tie air he begged to .be It's a Summer Shoe specially designed
UM of its officers and primary Mich., on the 15th.It for warm weather wear, Comes in
y,6 tiona. names in Detroit. : taken again. But the professional
June 27, so I could send congratulations up
my Whit
r and of UM state governing that the of 'persecution the : Canvas or. Buck, In Pumps or
4 I, 'teachers. to you for I thought you would seems power aviator who had guided aeroplane Oxfords
I I
V about the beautiful destruction. This
I boards. It tails urely win, and now, as you were defeated are bent on his was afraid He had encountered nasty
, UM splendid building and should awaken the American peopleto and his 'machine had
t campus I must congratulate for currents of air Big
_ their cxcallrat equipment gives detailed I the clean made you and the the danger American freedom has almost capsized' 1D. *ustf ;Wind.
information about'the various departments -, campaign encountered. Protestantism is face to' and the ..
'good : He would not *o up ain. $ 2
w e of instruction, coarse oII I' face with a foe that ia orgmiused and red matt was deeply disappointed.Th 'u TO $4
study. and state. UM terms and methds 'I We are having[ good grub and a Uood-thirsty beyond deal'.. *,Indian's attitude p. in a way, at. ___
& good Urno. in Ohio but I like Floridathe ,
.of admissioB to the university italloW. S. 11. QUSBOUI. comment human.bravado; 'Two ,
low cost of attendance and beet. U is hotter her than i\. i* !a
the .. unable to appredategeis -
the in UM good old south I ant trying to ,
sslf-bslp at
( tb.opplet'fos which be
OF IHPORTANCK through
-oatftnf\y., and a calendar abowiag UM talk Florida to everybody. TO KKWSPAPEBMEXSometime appreeiatinjt' them Dutton-Harris :

., date of opeamC mat faU mad of other Now would you kindly Mad mv pa- impossible; for' the I be was eajer to- pas C!'_ them Co. \
to Monroe instead it
important events. of-the unhrersity per OhM. of Bethany *, I .
Y..rThi/'catalogo.' inJ4 be tat1> We are kooaekeepuic in Monroe publisher of av newspaper to hair the I"*How mea with ,
i +
.r/ JaaDdII 'of dtitons who weal to inform for UM summer and we look'for :entire edition CO to ,tit*postoffiee atone whit skins themselves to the 106 Broadway Kiuimmee '
omsalvaa1lOltt-ratat.Onlver_ your val- able paper every week timerwiBff to ono or nor of a White Calf J
of Two Gene
.f- auad> VOVaaT. mss webs that of got : ._'.... fir Joxrf-obataeles wM h> ajr arts*,I aad I How attitud___r5tthetsreally-tIo not nd ... T 122 Kentucky _Avenue_ L Lakeland. -.....

1.\\: t S t "',adI w II.,...gboatld **54 toy:aV .IVsrt.aV47tdee.! -'-_ the ahIiIher of- a paper afArdmora.waranrfattaat iskst How many
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'PRII'AY.) JUNE 19, Ifl4 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE PAGE 5,, lJ'I

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t'THE r KISSIMMEE,VALLEY'GAZETTE Mrs., A. G...Gilbert! and daughter, -.>... ... -j' ,. .. 'y < "

Miss Corinne-t. for Jacksonville .. "
Thursday .
... .,,.-.tTelephpnye No. 11Q -f STATE LABOR
'.i w where they'will spend.. a, few
Published Every Friday By: days,visiting relatives., '' T .

I"' .:' W.. B. HARRIS. .. n" mere Why: Let the Warm WeatheTrouble .
,
. -- v F. y;. :Hill; the ,.Narcoossee' : : .

chant-postmaster, as well as- an extensive . ;'' .fit! ""'ai1ay',3! '. . INSPFCTORINKISSIMMEE
r *
.
Orange grower, was attending .'.... 'v,,'., '" . .
;to business,here .Saturday, "" "J' "I" .
Yw when You; "

: Weather Re rtl'! A.. F. Bass, representing the St.CloudNarcooBsee ; " ," ,:. .", .: . ." .. .
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district on the boardof . u. : > i'v ,
county commissioners, was transacting ; -
f '' ,
, Following are the daily temperatures business. here Tuesday. have access to 'the- .. , ,. : k

and precipitation as ; ; >
Stewart .
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reported, by the Government M. M. connected with the .. -:*am ry. ?, k
St. Cloud National bank, spent the .
station at Kissimmee for the. week-end with Frank Vans Agnew at '
Ii I One
'week ending June 18, 1914.i his home'on Paradise Island.A. Only Violation of Child

,
- Max.Min.RainFriday E. Drought, the man who both .
-M
________ 96 67 ... \ sells and $increases property at St. Labor Law Mi

Saturday _____ 95 73 ___ Cloud, was in Kissimmee Saturday at- i
tending to private business.matters. KATZDry .
Sunday! _______ 96 72 ... ,
3. Monday _____u 96 71' .76 J. F. Wilcox of the Packard-Wilcox : THIS CITY HAS CLEANEST RECORD 'E'Eyr

Tuesday 04 73 1.87 company of Sanfdrd, was in the city OF ANY': CITY IN STATE; s
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Tuesday in the interest of the washing -
Wednesday ____ 90 70 1.45 machine handled by hiss company.P. NEW LAWS POSTED., o

Thursday __:'__ 89 72 .24. -
D. Outlaw, one of Kissimmee's J. C. Privett, state labor inspector, -i-" '
oldest residents but for the three
past Goods CornerNew paid his first official visit to Klssim-
years( a resident of St. Cloud returned Clothing
mee Wednesday to post the child labor
here Monday to remain permanently.
III IIUUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIl laws in the theaters- and bowling; alt y

O. C. McLean, one of Florida's best (lays of town and to ascertain I if the

THE LOCAL .FIELD.W and largest turpentine operators, law was being violated in any way by a'
. .. whose still is located near Narcoossee, employers of children. With the exception
: ,was transacting business here Mon- of one boy of twelve yean -i
'day. found working in a bowling alley on '
:
'11111111111111111111111111 Sheer Fabrices in Broadway, no violation of the law was
1f Mrs. L. J. Griffin and Mrs. J. L. every Popular found here.' This child was removed
H. Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers Sunday, mother and aunt of C. W. : under section 3 of the law, which

-, the -tree--people. 40- fh Griffin, who. have been visiting the ._ -,- reads:
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family of the latter, left Monday for ColorCome "No child under fourteen years of

See F. H. Lawson's big bargain ad- Pinecastle. ., I age shall be employed, permitted, or r'' <
vertisement on page six. 26-It :' | suffered to work In about or in- connection p
Slater Reed returned Wednesday with any mill' factory work- ?
Ward Estey has accepted a positionin night from a six weeks' visit with his shop, mechanical establishment, laundry r A
the Palace drug store. wife and child at East Greenwich, R. or on the stage of any theater." t
1.[ Mrs. Reed and child will return See the New State Privett has been 1''
Inspector
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy- Gardner, I here in October. . Crepes making a tour'of the-cities.of the..taterL
Sunday, June 14th, a son. all placeswhere ;
Mrs. A. A. Barrow returned to her -- and thoroughly inspecting
Lyles and Sam Story spent Monday home at Qultman, Ga., last Saturday just arrived children work In Tampa more '
"seeing the sights of Tampa.. after a pleasant visit here with her than 300 children; under age were tak- '
sister and brother, Mrs. H. R.May en out of the factories and In every .I
Sid Pearoe, one of Bassenger's leading and E. C. Dusenbury.M. other city some violation of the law
citizens, was here Monday. has been found. Kissimmee has the f

I D. Lindall, who is the representative cleanest record, with only one violator, ,
Harry W. Thurman made a business and that the child labor law is I'I G
of the democratic executive com- now
trip to Tampa Wednesday.Chas. mittee for the Narcoossee district was PALM I I posted where every employer can see t

Seiver has purchased the in the city Saturday looking. over the GENUINE BEACH SUITS 'it and familiarize himself with its re-
the offense is not likely to
dairy business of E. D. Harrell. political situation. .quirements be repetaed, often. Ja :

Sheriff L. H. Ingram made a busi- W. H. Brokaw, representative of County or city, judicial or police of- .,
ness trip to Tampa on Monday. Griffins Bros., nurserymen with head- I ficers are authorized to visit children
quarters at Orlando, was here Saturday in their several towns where
Now is the time to plant out a cit- to attend the organization of fruit are working and to ascertain whether
rus grove. See F. H. Lawson for growers and trpckers. FOR MEN 1 any minors are employed contrary to !
trees. \26-lt the provisions of the child labor l law.
Capt. R. G. Conova, conductor on A determined effort will be made to '
The board of trade will meet in reg- the Sugar Belt, is taking: a rnonth's have the law obeyed to the letter, as
$7.50
ular session Monday night at- the courthou. vacation and will spened most of the AT AND UP \ it is ..stimated that the-school attendance -

..... time with relatives and friends at of the state will be greatly increased -
Green Cove Springs. children out
J. C. Privett state labor inspector, by taking young -
"
made a professional! visit here Wed- Joe Jeffords, bookkeeper at the Buy One and You'll Be SATISFIED All Summer.WANTED of as the they factories have been employed.such other Inspector places- '

nesday. State bank, is taking hilt annual two Privett states that the enforcement -
weeks' vacation. His position is being of the law will increase the ,
Don't forget that the board of trade filled by W. -Farmere, who moved school attendance by 5,000) next tarns. )
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will meet at the court house Monday here recently from Georgia. ,_

\., night. E. P. Dann and family left Tuesdayfor TO RENT-Young couple I V. L. Dibble leaves tomorrow for Mothers' Club Entertained.Mrs. .-

Julian Montsdoca one of Whittier's Miami, where they will reside in would like to rent two or three fur- his old home at Alton., Kan., to spend THOROUGHBRED J. L. Overstreet entertainedthe
leading business men, was in the 'city future. They used their touring car nished rooms, or* a small cottage; the summer. Mothers' club Friday afternoon at -,
Wednesday.Joe make the the of for light housekeeping. Address N, her home on Main Itreet./ The- fol,1
to trip going "by way BLOODHOUNDS
Ab Wright of is I and
Gazette.A. jr., Bassenger lowing program was rendered was
Whittier and Fort Pierce.S. Valley
Jeffords accompanied his sister, spending a few days in Kissimmee very much
Mrs. Gilbert to Jacksonville on.Thursday. businessman looking after business matters. Miss Helen Bass. '
E. Wpters and wife of Narcoossee '- E. Jackson, a leading FROM FAMOUS FRONIA Music-
were here Tuesday looking for a of Cordele, Ga., was in the city Miss Annie' Carson returned Tues- SAS, KENNEL BROUGHT. KAN- Song, "Thre Blue Birdie*"_Mari

Ed Hogan, manager of the depart- location. It is that their daughter Monday looking over himself business highly pros- day 'from Colorado Springs college, HERE BY L. R. on* Munger. ; Pendulum"Mrs.
and expressed as "The -
of Discontented
might enjoy the advantages pects
our
here '
FARMER.
ment store at Loughmana, was where she recently graduated.
superior school that induces them to pleased with Kissimmee's appearance, Munger.
Wednesday. make Kissimmee their home. and stated he could see no reason to WANTED TO RENT-Young couple About the finest of "Order and Disorder"-Mrs. Ing-
pair
Nathan Bryan came up from Camp prevent it becoming one of the fore- would like to rent two or three furnished seen in these parts arrived pups here ever this ram. 4,
Will Fertic who claims Whittier inland cities in Florida.H. :'Little Toddleskins" EUanor -
Hammock and. spent Monday night as most small week Song, -
rooms, or a cottage, from the famous Fredonia, Kan.,
,
his home, but who has interests all Overstreet. .
;"i; 'with his parents. over Osceola county, was here this E. Swobey has accepted the agency for light Gazette.housekeeping.;: Address N', kennels They are the property of "The Star Wife"- THrs. Burkhalter.c t

Judge G; F. Kribbs spent a couple week looking 'over the cattle market for A nursery that makes specialty Valley that bunch of all .'round good fellows, Tom Hlckathrifr_Mrs. .Ledbetter. '.

I| of days at Bartow this..week attend- ,with a view to making a shipment of eucalyptus trees, and id pre Miss Rose O'Berry, returned home good Farmer.hunters Holmes and Prather game sports Earl-L. R. Song<:, -"Ride a ,Cock Horse"-' .Lois
beautifying ,
in Lupferand '
, I ,' ing to legal matters , ,soon 1 pared to assist our. people he is- from Orlando Wednesday night,where Jim Davie.' ." ;.. Overstreet, :
At
their.lawns: present refreshment punch and
of.
she has been visiting friends. 'She Delicious! ,
H. E. Cole left Saturday night for Rev. Father Fox of Orlando will engaged..in planting fifty palmettotrees was accompanied by Miss Blanche One of the pups is only two and'a cake were served. '
Lakeland, where he will practise his come to Kissimmee. Saturday, June on jrrojfnda surrounding An- Barnes of that city, who will be her half months old, while the other is ,j

._ profession .of optometry. '20 Devotion and confession at 7:30p. : dre van der Meersche's home on the guest for some time. possibly twice that age. They are Everybody Is coming Klsftlramee_ 14
m. Mass', 8 a. m. Sunday school lake shore. thoroughbred pedigreed bloodhounds, Dollar Day July 11. Are '
Attend the board of trade meetingat I1-a. m. If any evening service it will I Mrs. Geo: F. Parker, Miss Helen and cost seventy dollars, and it is the you
the court house Monday night and be announced at mass. County Clerk J. L. Overstreet returned Jones Rev. A. M. Chisholm and Mrs. intention of their owners to cross ANYONE wishing to join an evening'
show your good citizenship. .. Wednesday night from Val- Chisholm went to Bartow Tuesday on breed them for hunting purposes. class in shorthand call' phone 245
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tillis came up dosta, Ga., where he went to testifyin the early morning train. They were Their training will be left to Mr. Far- for terms. 28-lt
Miss Etta Witherspoon left Tuesday from their home at Port Tampa City the suit his mother had instituted I called there by the sudden death of mer, who knows as much about dogs U
to spend the summer in- the mountains . last Saturday night to visit the familyof against the Southern Georgia and Mrs. Leon Hebb, who died Monday ) all any man in Florida. Dollar l Day July 11. !
of North Carolina. Mrs. Tillis' brother, E. E. Green. Florida railroad for the death of her evening at -o'clock.. Mrs. Hebb was -- + 6

Edwin Pound of Ocala is spendingsome !: Mr. Tillis returned home Sunday, but son. The jury awarded Mrs. Over'I the eldest daughter. of Mrs. Parker, a x-
time in Kissimmee visiting his I Mrs. Tillis will spend' some time. street the sum of ten thousand dol- and sister of Miss Helen Jones and ,

sisters, Mrs. A. D. Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs., M. G. Waring and children lars. Mrs. Chisholm, and lived here all her BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES
of Lakeland have been spendingthis life until her marriage; to Mr. Hebb.
of the enter-
is relieving The Young ladies city
'I G. C. Allen of Port Tampa A husband and five children are left
week in Kissimmee the of
guests tained in honor of Miss Lucy Wltherpoon's -
R. G. Conava for a monthI
l'| Capt. to mourn her departure.
Mr. and Mrs.
MrFVaring's parents, ,
Thursday evening
the Sugar Belt. birthday,
conductor on ----- --
I as J. M. Lee. They are on their way with a theater party at the Dixie and
W. B. Crawford spent the forepartof to Virginia to spend the summer. a. chicken supper afterwards at the Dollar )Day, July 11.

the week at Jacksonville and Titus- tea room. Those who enjoyed the
and Mrs. G. H. Newhouse left
_ ville Attending\ to ]legal matters. Monday Mr. for Rochester, Minn., where evening Grace Nelson were, Marjorie Misses Belle Ruth Bearden Butler, FALSE: ALARM Of I Yellow Pine I"f

will several months for the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lancaster returnfed they spend Alma Griffin Ma-
Lucy Witherspoon
, Monday night from Orlando, where benefit of Mr. Newhouse's health. His rie Huddleston.The FIRE: ON MONDAYTRUCK
they have been spending the past many friends will regret to know that
week. he has not been feeling well for some young men of the city enter- t '.i

\ time. tained the ladies with a launch ,
" r young, : T
The board of county commissionerswill MAKES GOOP RUN AFTER EVERYTHING
ride to SouthpY) Friday evening.
meet on July 6th to equalize taxes Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman, Those present were Misses Margene "DELAY IN GETTING {<.'

_ and assess the millage for the coming Misses Harriet Buzza, Lillian Prentis, Belle Bearden, Grace Nelson Lucy
" year. Helen Bass and Messrs. Earl] Cowager, Witherspoon, Etta Witherspoon, Mary STARTED.An .

of Beaufort, N. C., Will Mason Tiller, Paul Marks left Carson Elizabeth Carson, Marie Hud I TO BUILD YOUR
: A. T) O'Bryan Tuesday for St. Petersburg, where HOUSEi'
Alma Griffin
the dleston] Ruth Butler .
has been spending several days in they will attend the Epworth League alarm of fire Monday forenoon
Joe Butler,
t Messrs. Carson Farmer,
\ city the guest of his brother Col. convention. about 11 o'clock, created considerable I
Lewis O'Bryan. Clyde Nelson, Everett Roberts Albert anxiety on the part of our people, and I I 1
t. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Bratton returned Bearden Albert Parker, Arthur Alex- in a few minutes Broadway was lined -
II S. B. Story, one of "' Narcoossees.] home from Tampa last Sunday.Mrs. ander, Bennie Hodgens, Dr. Geiger, with autos ready to follow 'the lead -, WE HAVE- IT e
t' cattle raisers and fruit Barton Dutton, Billie Makinson, Mrs. from the firehouse .
prominent Bratton had been spending sev- of the truck av it came : ,,
growers was transacting business eral weeks at Green Springs, and Mr.i Farmer, Dr. Carson and wife.J. j i ..ff..
Saturday. I that We are fully equipped and manufacture all grade of #
here Bratton had been in Tampa a few F. Winebrenner has sold his place The Writer-was among a partt !

W. J. Sears spent days, where he recently underwent a east of the city, consisting ef fifteen accepted a seat in Pat Johnston s car, !, lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring/Siding, Doors, ;:Jr
V Congressman-elect and after wait on
"" a few days op the east coast this week slight surgical operation. acres, seven of which are in Philadelphia young' Broadway for an the appreciable fire truck to "lead' Sash, Shingles Laths, Window and Door Frames, Moulding ,
., recuperating from the labors 'of the After a six weeks' stay in Cincin- grove, to P. H. Hirliman of the fire Pat decided to runaround ..
of all kinds
who has taken charge and with us to j Framing,dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber. f
) recent campaign. nati, Mrs. C. W. Bruns passed throughthe : Ruby avenue and see what ,
I city Saturday en route tp her his family has moved in. Mr. extensive Hurli- was doing on at the truck house. After \;;, We also carry a complete line of Brick Lime Cement Paints, 4
, Mrs. C. W. Griffin and daughter, home at Runnymede. Mrs. Bruns man, we understand, will make -
wait five minutes the truck Varnishes and Class. We-are able
returned Saturday from improvements on his purchase, a of fully to to furnish you everything fl',
Miss Alma, Cincinnati
stated that the heat at was stuck its out of the door with ai I'
" : Tampa, where they have been spending simply unbearable and that she was having already begun the erection Mr. Wine-of full crew nose aboard and Chauffeur Joyn-, for your house or your barn from ground to roof.
the past week. here to cool off. a commodious residence. j
forced to return
wheel bat the
I brunner: and family have moved to er at the as soon as I
The family of M. C. Collins, The "The Squaw Man," shown at the Orlando, where he will engage in oth- I front wheels struck the sand they I

Valley Gazette's expert pressman, left Dixie Monday night was one of the er business. They leave many warm balked, and it was only after repeated
'. '\- Monday for Tampa, where they will most pleasing pictures ever exhibitedin friends in Kissimmee who sincerely] cranking* and numerous snorts under that j I Send for Free Estimate I l lf

.I spend the summer. Kissimmee, and was witnessed by a regret thie departure: the But Red when Demon it did was hit gotten the brick it made way. I'

., Clarence Johnson, who is employed large for the audience.benefit The of, picture the baseball was shown club, Mr. and (Mrs. Joe Reese Of Orlando I good speed to the extreme limits of i I t
, of Yowell and Duckworth the week in )Kis north Kissimmee. y' l
in the store have been pending
and neat sum was added to the
a
quite
f. 't';" in Orlando, spent Sunday with his cjub's: treasury. simmee, guests of Mr. Reese's mother It is possible there 'may have been I We Will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. : f.
. I. parents in this city. and sister. Mr. Reese recently! resigned a fire in that neighborhood some timein
;ti,1' of the turpentine On Sunday evening last those who his position as editor of the years gone by, but there was none j Contractors Estimates on house bills receive.prompt attention. 1 Jot
. E. F. Collier, manager take the editorial when the truck arrived, '
L here were fortunate as to pass along up- Orlando Sentinel to in sight some '
i' still at Narcoossee' was resideIn per Church street were treated to alight management of the Orlando ReporterStar ,twenty minutes after the whistle was I
Monday to visit his family, who scarcely ever seen elsewhere in which paper he has purchased sounded. There may have been a fire ,

tr North Kissimmee. and rarely in Florida. Mrs. J. H. a half interest. Joe Hugh is one of and -it was extinguished by a )'outhwith. Pine lurnbe'f. Co.

1 Clay Johnson leaves today for Bryan, who lives,in that vicinity, has the strongest editorial writers in FlorIda -, a pail of water, or it May have Yellow
.,' l Mre. where she will enjoy the a night blooming cercus plant, which and we expect to see the Report died a natural death for want of ,;
':. Daytona, of sort bathing for a few was in full bloom on that evening; er-Star scintillate with new brilliance' "kindling" to keep it going,.butwell, :, .1 v'it
.. .. Pleasure of these under.hi. editorial guidance.. He -left, it a false alarm and let .
; i. She will be Joined there tompr- containing thirty-five magnificent lost say was 'Phone 195 Kissimmet Flo.' ,
claYI. who accom- blossoms, lending it, the appearance fo1',Tampa and St. Petersburg Wed- at that. ,
,i',1 ,Asia "P&ftIecJEPDannandnmn1 by Captain:: Johnson as fart of a large bouquet of purest' nesday for. few days' recreation be-- "''':'" -:: .T '" ..' ., -.i+ '- ..."", .., '

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a -: Packard. Motor company '"bolievee In 004000440000444000. Valleys\ and.streams\. ,or the perfume. of NOTICE. '? Words of' Praise .

: GIRLS CAMP boycotting newspaper whose editorial summer woods, who can find no (inspiration
policies are in his opinion, inimical to) O VACATION HINTS. in the broad amphitheater of "To the property holders: of Osceo'acounty .n

_. business. }n other words, Mr. Joy 0 -'*_ .0 nature,.has a kink in his mental 1 makeup ' : The board of county ,commissioners. For !Mayr'* Wonderfu It

l' would withdraw his advertising patronage 0 (Maurice Switzer, in Leslie's.) ,. > *. \ Jin and for Osceola county .
Remedy
from"'publications which disagree 0 0 It you don't know how'' to loaf you will' meet on the 6th day of July, A; D: .Stomach

( CONFERENCE with him as to the efficacy of 040000040400040440By can't know how to labor. ; is no 1914, in regular session, at which time "How thankful we ITS to

<,: pending! (proposal: for business regu: rest like that which Is earner after said board will review and equalize yourf or s
,, labor all means take your vacation. work well done, and there is no work the values as fixed by the tax assessor! wit,wonderful. could not bare
4 Mr
"At to Mr. Joy's right to place his The more you are missed at the office better done than-that which'Is enjoyed on all property, .both real and personal had but a abort time to lire ,

: 'y ;. ENTERPRISE' advertising where and,how he pleases, .the fonder will be your welcome on after little idleness. J. L. OVERSTREET Clerk, I ,pI I if Wonderful the hid not Remedy taken, when your
'If absence .
return. 26-2t
your
there can be no doubt, l but:the wisdomof your goes aba did. One more of tboe
such policy as he proposes unnoticed, it will take some of the Dollar Day, July 11. naroKysm (paine abe was
; may Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
well be questioned. In the first placehe concert out of you and perhaps inspire having would have killed
":' to better effort. 004044040000400040a Dollar Day, July 11. her without a doubt. New
you
would exclude himself'from
I' 'f': manyof 0 ahe i* free from_ all ,
There are generally two kinds of ll'lfree :
4, },k. Will Begin On Wednesday the. No countr political's 'best policy publicity of lareg mediums importance - men who are opposed to vacations; O< MILITANT SUFFRAGETTES. 4. .. STATEMENT.Made /I' free from front heart that disturbing o
(
Neuralgia-all the return
vere finds the newspapers! of one is the fellow who-is afraid to go under Section 32. Chapter I : nd
(By W. H. Williams. of five treatment*-'
in the dread that the boas will 1 o ) 4Op4440004000440400 Florida the :
the country unanimous in praise or away- 6996, Laws of showing the expuUion of fire or sir hundred Gall
(. condemnation And those find out during his absence how little + amount of taxes charged to the tax Stoncm. Now she is able to cat anything: abe

.. of Next Week which disagreed with Mr. newspapers Joy might he amounts to ;the other is the chap 0 collector of Osceola county, Florida, want and her medicine appetite she it had good no appetite and befortftaking and

( very properly resent the policy of a who wants to create the impressionthat It appears that the long-suffering to be collected for the current year, "hen she your ale anything she wou'd suitor death
he is a tireless worker. 1913 and the apportionment of the and could not sleep at night:
' business man who withdrew his pat- British public has at last for mo doing
If ,, THE CONFERENCE WILL LAST because of honest The kind of a job that you have to come to its same to the several funds for which .lne..aklnS your treatment she deeps well all
ronage an expres I senses regarding militant \ Ko-tnolt. Texas.1
suffrag- T \ MC\I U
s WEEKS AM>)> A SPLENDID eternally on and watch isn'tworth have been levied night! long'
TWO taxes :
::
j 4 .. sion of opinion. The boycott is a two- ettes. If these persons are :determ The above; letter I should convince ynu more
t" i PROGRAM CARK edged sword. holding, or if it H, you're the wrong i i ned to make martyrs of themselves, Apportionment of County Funds. (than am ilung *c cntiM nay in behalf -or
I ,Momiwli rtrmedy. Suf
,; 'HI'1'. Moreover the American public Is party in it. When you don't feel at England has arrived I. : Ret rnurt- "larr'aomlrrful ,
I ,. RIFO . at the c 0 n C.a810n fcrcrs Miould, iry one dose of this Kcmedy
.; I a .:::. I quick to smell l out the newspaper that the bottom of your heart that you are that they should be permitted to "go Amount Ai amount cbllvclid---------a..L..u.7, 16.210 J40.H 66 one done should! wn"nce' them that hey can
be producing-that you'ie making .!good !I. rentorcd 1 to hranheariy: all Stomach.ilnirnts
> can bought. It doesn't think much as far as like. The --- r
hunger
they
; .. and women all hour in ,'d 1 1 b the clogging of the
Many girls young every the twentyfourthenyou 26Ieneral \ ar au < ; !
In collected$1,814
whose editorial hale to
{ a newspaper opin- strike has finally lost its efficacy Iter I and catarrhal! ,. ,
forward as a i mtcHtiml ira t w tilt nro.j ccrruons
the state arc looking lay ten dollars to beer- ( School Fund- .
can tin
over a
I he had for. the
can paying, and it to be i fluids into the
weapon employed for the subversion n9revg pnr.nn"in"
>eagerly to the 24th of June when they little confidence in the statements seal you're not; you can't fool your of law, order and decency.' The To Amount amount rolli-rlid aasessrd53i,269_ __ 27.62044Unl.iTK. M1 !Stomach I and I "ti-r.,, drrantrmtr the dgeativesytrm.
will meet at Epworth Inn. Entsi prise,10f .. b the advertisers who control conscience Don't wa..te.time watchIng wonder is that the cool u. MnTrtt 11 oiulcr/ul. .P'toanarh HemfHlTjainlissly
'' Fla. for two weeks of rout and recitation ( I that's for commonsense ... colli> 't..L.l nm\ra ''h"e accrtttoim without a
columns The advertiser who a job too big You; go of to b< ( 1273997OounM . ,
the
whips ml
average Englishman/ had not Hoad nrsi. il opt r in m at 1 put An to Colictni. J
ConferenceNo
i at the Girl's Camp newspaper into line with his beliefs out and land! one that fits your capacity enabled him to reach this decision' To amount aasessrd125,56121 _. Law.* in 'il.! I"n'a.h t a"t, 1 Imeattncainl '

/ more could delightful l found location anywhere for" in a is winning a pyrrhic victory. \For the and >/u'll be happier in the end. many months ago Amount tollrctid_ _. --___ .2J.S3H HiHllanif rI 1': I ca",7\\ 'the Itit r.u"tl n.: 1 8)\.I.r:: ::: Ak Stomach mtrnrri.t .
>c Play an open! game, especially withjourkelf - .
ramp .reader's confidence in th ,
everything > The conduct nTxllfiii.Mlr ," M.: re \\ oiiHt' rfnl Stomach
old fashionod of the militants has to !be eollect.d52,721 i 3'1 p
Florida than this roomy Stand on merits insist .. .
.
your fI
paper contains is destroyed in just the ; Flint and, Kecond. nr s "'el I t ; o. II. May11! fi
hotel, with Its broad verandas. and proportion that its honest isrepresped. on getting what's coming to yoiK but furnished undeniable proof that the To amount nsseasrd54261121' < brmi-I., 1 q w1 I ""t,ins S i opinion
large shade trees, overlooking the waters ." .' don't overlook! giving the othci; fellow l- English women who'are clamorously Amount cullected---------- 1.HOB. 03Mu'lHMC. fre, 1.n"klt,, l mat S"naII .\oIm., ,,'. and manypratr'd
desirous of the franchise 1 I ur.v fi I.n. |p''plc w ha have beta
To the tired his '- are conspicuously
Lake
of Mo.nroe due. -
,,, ,
This is a complete and effective \ .- to In ('oIlO''t dH6W r,1
answer unfit to It.
out school girl and the business girl exercise Would the A
Never be afraid that somebody will Suli School Hist No 1- a I
The
it offers just the kind of a vacation newspaper T whose editorial. find out how to do certain thing country be benefited by adding to its! lo ulnounl. naxesacd-----, 11.114 01Amount For Sale In Kissimmee By
a asw..11
need. policies can >c dominated by an advertiser voteis' lists hundreds and thousandswho cullected-----l I 1.S.1 hsItalanri
they as you can If you know only J. Z. HOBEHSON I
is not worth -
advertising inNearly would .
resort to
and
has l been planned arson the
Each day at camp thing. in had tol l Ii-) cullected$922' 1
: all advertisers know this but done : you're a way, 'and as most objectionable forms And Druggists Everywhere.C. .
of interest will ctf violence
\/0 out so that something I'ull-Ikh..ol Hist) No. 2-
be going on all the time In the ....arly'morning casionally you find one, like the instance a rule th" fellow who is afraid some whenever they found themselves voting An amount assresed_ _ __ _.. $2YN91| =
will find what - ---
one out he knows
hours the Rirla may have the given above whQ didn't knowit never with the minority ? Amount colleeted-------- 20120 tr
knows anv'thins.worth finding ---- - -
of Bible clagHcw and mission at the time but who now knows it : out. Women not only in England but 1 llalanii- I br ,'.Iliclid $8.7
privilege in
1 Take few off and --
a days don't bother F. THRASHER
to his sonow. Pcnsacola Journal. 1'1111-.1, I Hint No 3- . i:
:Miss Emma; this .
study classed, led by country who honestly desire the -
j about the lad who may //put something i I I lo 'amount ji....,-......d-V' *9 H ft I!
Tucker, a well known Bible teacherin I over while you're-t' if A enfranchisement of their sex would'' Amount culleelcd-----_ U *'(|H "4Halamt
M. i Two wnmt'n', the first volunteer benefit SHEET METAL WORKER
the south and Mrs N Sa-lk'y: young breath can dethrone te their cause by openly and un-'
of Tallahassee, wife of the dean of \ iiLftses!'! with American forces. before I you empireisn't I qualifiedly repudiating these hysterical t-o 1>p r"Ilected5181 31
worth ruling. ': Steel Ceiling Specialty. .
; uli Si'hool Dint) .No 4- a
the Florida State College for Women. Void Cruz arrived at the Phila- Don't waste time trying to discover ; illogical and criminal lunatics. To amount a..Hi.HBI.il _ __ $1.44574
On some days there will l he councils helphia navy yard l., the other day aimembrs what's in the mind of some one else Amount ,.olh.et..L..u__ ___ 744 fin Phone 149-R. Kissiminee, Fla. (
held to talk over the work of the col- of the crew of the United. it's ; -- t
the NOTICE.
job of lifetime ___
a sizing
States Prairie up -Halnnre to hi eellrctrd $7 1IO( OOOO OOOOOOOO.
steamer In this all
Fire Bruin or
the
1RS Ifirls Camp yourself.I'm II."hool: l Dial No 9-
Sunday school and missionary work I precedents of naval custom were broken To amount ass-ssed--------. 1783(!
always suspicious of a man who At a meeting of republicans in St. 14467HaliniH M. TILLER
Miss Katrine Amount
each meeting by itself, to discuss They were Maloneyand rollected.T-- a
group won't
take a vacation It isn't the na- Cloud Mayor Harding was elected t
!Mrs G. Towle
ways and means of increasing{ refugees from ture of a normal to stick president and to b<> collected $339.
man to motion
their efficiency, under the leadershipof Mexico t'ty, who fled to Vera CPUZ eternal any a prevailed thata "Suli i School I Lint No. 6- Real Estate Agency. f
grind when he
meeting be held
well versed along those for r protection at the beginning of hos gets an oppor- July I. at 2 p. m., at 1'o auiount aasessrd------. $18633
.ome one lines. tilitiesBargains'. tunity for a bit of honest relaxation. St. Cloud. F. B MUNSELLj Amount eollrcted----- 18613B81."e. .*...v..mm.*m...m.A%.m%.m....mm, '

particular Every afternoon a quiet hour will ___._ ._ j the Mostly grand that stand.sort of a play is made to I Commtttee Chairman. .. to bi l'olle"I'd. .20 Realty bought and sold. .. I

e i1 be observed from 2 to ;a t o'clock! and Bargain. Bargains, ) The man who doe -n't for ;
fresh
care I Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! Houses rented. :
then will come a choud of many attractions Dollar Da>. July II. air, the sea, the rolling hills Bargains
p For those whir wish to .remain _._ green Dollar Day July I J. Dollar Day, July 11. Taxes paid and Titles. ver-- ':

p ; around the hotel there are the I --- -- -- ified for non-residents > \

I tennis and croquet (courts rowboats on '
Fire Life and Accident In-
*' , the lake, etc. \For th- more energetic I 1 I I
,. girls, there will he "hikes," and fish- II III i aurance.

I t ; fng trips with possibly a picnic .supper I Indemnity Bonds.

before returning{ to camp trips ..........
( to the swimming pool auto .rides,
t. launch parties to 'some of the -many
THaRD' I-
places of interest which may he Lawson's -
I reached by water. On the first after- Clearance Sale

noon a trip has been planned to the S. BULLOCK

I' DeParry estate, where the girls may ANNUAL I S I
foil
r have a dip in the swimming pool, ,

lowed by a picnic supper. REAL ESTATE

", The second evening the at hotel camp parlors there I' .......................
will be a concert in f
: l when those girls who have talents INSURANCEExamination
!1\ will have a chance to display them.

One of the numbers on the program EVERY ITEM '
ON THIS of Titles
: will be a vocal selection by Miss Lillian PAGE IS WORTH CAREFUL STUDY SUCH I
T r : N. Y. who
:; Aspinwall of Albany, ,

has recently come to Sahford to live. SAVINGS AS ARE OFFERED. BY THIS BIG SALE Specialty.
A On other evenings there will be CampFire ARE UNUSUAL .

councils, and entertainments. It :Corresoondence Solicited.

PVM '" is rumored that the young people of

; $1 Enterprise are planning a charming '

little play to be given one evening of .
I the two weeks. Each, day will close I SALE NOW GOING ON
a j I
i i with down' a on fifteen-minute the deck. vesper: service' C.W.GRIFFINStaple ;

While the camp: conference will have :.
the advantage of being in a hoteLlhe -- .
.
Y girls will have as much freedom Here'i*' the sale Joa',.. been waiting r..Lawloa's: Big Clearance-that ocean once a year rain or shine; the sale that means money aniTFancyGROCERIES ,

they' were in a and may wear saved to the sale which
camp
4 H middy blouses and blooms *lt day if down. you; yon can always trust, because you know that not a piece of goods in the house u marked up before it is narked

they wish. Only the simplest nf clothing :

will be needed. Camp Fire 'girls ,

!r will bring then ceremonial dresses COMING IN THE VERY HEART OF THE SEASON, this Great Annual Sale is of importance J
supreme to man and child
every woman
and all the girls will need bathing
suits.. in and near Kissimmee. It's just another of those great value-giving event where your dollar hat double purchasing power and YOU have Free Delivery to all Partsof

One of the bent. features nf th' I' the choice of bright, new, crisp summer merchandise "bought right" and
s conference is the number of "priced right. Come and judge the following values for yourself. the City
camp You don't have
.f I to buy unless
you are satisfied.
leaders and older women who will be

I present, who are thoroughly in ssmpa( '
8 .- thy with and understand R'II'I' life
11 them Mis Mulvl 1 Stevens .
Among are 400400000000000000
Y of Gainesville. 11iEmma. TucKiri, THE BIGGEST SHOE SALE WE HAVE EVER HELD

I Mrs N. M. Salle>' of Tallahassee" : -, : e

l L. n. Newman of Jacksonville, Ides. I I"D. I. Never before have you had Sprigg FlemingCLEANING I
an such
opportunity to remarkable
Shoe
get values. We offer
only guaranteed values ;
Robeson of Fort !Meade Miss :Mary you (not samples),
Dudley Powell of ('ha rlolt... N. C'. ,I in Shoes that will cost you everywhere else $1 to $2 more than we aik. These Shoes are from our regular stock. They are all this tesson's '

Miss Lena Brokaw, general sect Mary ; styles, made by the best American makers ind- (
they are going for leu.moaey than for "
t Jacksonville \. W. C. A.. and;! : r you'll pay cheap "samples. PRESSING ;
( other A Relf- overnmt'nt comnutte.W .
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will he organized, of which -Miss Flo.4'i. ,,- WOMEN'S SHOES. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S MOCCASINS.Women's DYEING n.. e 1 I

i.. Brannan. a junior' in RrcnaiT ('lIt-I{ Julia :fdrlow\ $1: .50 Dress ( Button and Lace REPAIRINGLeave
) __ __
; leg will. be chairman Thicrie'*- I Julia !Marlow\ cost you only _$2.48 $1.50 Indian Moccasins cost you only____ __*___ _._____$1.19
$::1.00
yj tion committee. and the music will bu Dress ( Button and Lace), cost you only------ 1.98 Children's $1.25 Indian Moccasins cost you only____*_ ___ .98 '
in the hands of onp of.the young! "0'11- Lucille $1.75 Common Wear Shoe cost you only___ ____________ 1.48 Infants' $1.00 Indian Moccasins cost ---- word Pt my house aDd clothe .
only------------------
rn from the. Florida State College! for Lucille $2.:J5 Common Wear Shoe cost you only___.___________ 1.78 you .75 will be exited. lor and returhed. 7.00040J44040000004 o

Women. the Julia Mailow\[ $::1.00) Tan ( Button and Lace), cost you only______ 2.25 MEN'S SHOES.Men's Satisfaction Guaranteed
Aside from large number who
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will go: on'tKa boat from. Jal'kMDn'iIle.r"istrations Juliette $1.:2o Shoes> cost you only___ .----- -.______.___ ______ 100 .
$5.00 Shoes, all in
sizes, come Oxfords, Tan, Gunmetal Vici
%! haM: been received from Women's $1.75 White Canvas Pumps cost you only_____________ 1.25 cost you only -- --------- -- -------_--__--___ ___-_ __ _-$3.75 -
-- --
a Stetson; University. Southern college, Women's $1.50)) White Canvas Pumps cost _____________ A
only
IMO Men's
you $2.50 Roma
Vici
Florida State College for Women., Women's and Tans, cost you only________________ 1.98 ooocoooo
> $2.25 White Canvas Pumps cost you only____________ 1.75 Men's $1.75 Roma Vici oooocooocooo. .
1 Prenau college, and from Monticello and Tans, cost you only____ _______ 1.48

Jaet t>'r, EustiH, Fort MeaHo, Tmmnn Women's $:J.00 Vici. Oxfords cost you only_________________ .-__ 1.98 .Men's $400 Oxfords cost you only--_______._______________ 2.98 THE

i TBllahapKW JpT..9r1d and! Tnraon Women's $J 75 Vici Oxfords cost you only. !._:_________________ 1.85 Men le' $2.25 Congress. Plain Toe, cost you only--_ ___._______ 2.00 G RAYSTONE
--
SP.rJr'rs, so a good attendance ilt aK.urd. Women's $1.25 Vici Sandals cost you only______________..______ 1.00 Men's $3.50 White Oxfords (
rubber.soles), cost you only-------- 2.98
.5 Women's $1.50) Heavy Cow Pen Shoes cost ___________ .
Dhow you only 1.25 Men's $1.75 White Oxfords cost ______
All who are planning at-I you only _____________.___ 1.48
,!,, tend and have not already regis... Women's $1.75 Heavy Cow Pen Shoes cost you only____________ 1.50 Men's $2.00 Indian Moccasins cost you only------------------- 1.48MEN'S. errs ut m lug

t a"H paid their registration! fee of one New and cecond-hand automo a.
1i dolf! 'are urged to do so ..' "nc,. bile for sate from $>0' tG -.It
sending it to the Y. W. C. A., 110 West READY-TO-WEAR SUITS A t1.000.Bazaar.k at. Orarston Oarass .M -

,Monroe street, Jacksonville, Board W. .
I TaUlllUK, !hap, I. D. .(0110. .
III$
will be $&ra week. The idea that
---.--- good-looking Clothes are expensive is wrong. We frill prove it at this Sale. Yon can save from $3 to $5 on Suit .oo.ooooooooooooo. oooooo
your
t WOULD-BE BOYCOTTER And there will be no sacrifice to the nigh standard of the tailoring And quality that has always prevailed here.


,, PROPERLY- ANSWERED Men's $35 In Light Weights and Colors, cost you only_________$20.00 J Men's $)J550 Blue Serges, in Light Weights, cost onIYuu.$13,50 t 004000000400000000 r

Every once in a while soma foolish Men's $.20 Blue Sarjres, in Light Weights, cost you only____--__ 16.50 I I Men's $18.00 Blue Serges, in Light you 0 C F. I.'
person proposes to boycott' something. Weights, cost you only. ,.__ 15.50 0' Sheet THRASHER i&
Sometimes the object of the boycott Metal Worker .11-
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.. 4s a newspaper or newspapers. U ual- BOYS' SUITS 0 Steel CeJllnga a Speda1t7. 1 .
i'S r ly the man who prepses the boycott : 401 CLAY STREET 0
for a is an advertiser De- o Kissimmee, Fla. 0 "
newspaper
i t r cause I h-s is an advertiser he Imagines them. Mothers. here is your opportunity to get that Boy of Yours a Strong, Well Made, Durable Suit,. at a saving of $.:.50. Come and see 000000000000004040' ..

he has. a sort of proprietory interest
t in the newspaper and a consequent M .- 00000000000000000 'S
Boys' $800 Suits, all\ colors and sizes, cost ____________ .
only $8.50
editorial and policy. you Boys' $7.50 Blue
to Its news
ripht Serges, all sizes cost
h'' you only---______________$6.00
.The president of an automobile company LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY

( is one of the most recent ad- There are no words strong enough for ni t* use in Brgiag. yon to come to this Third Anna. Clearance sale.. Everything... in tie Store -

''S Tocmt's' of the boycott as a means of is Rodnced. We want yon to cOllie and see-and we will let ov vsJnes speak for themselves.. ,, Doa't forget this saltf AT LAWSPECIALIZING
starts .
but he Wednesday 8
; controlling .editorial opinion, a. sa. Come early. -
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ianythtat.I From the storm of editorial a ... IN
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and has has been a cripple ever since. -only three inches long- he pulled twenty T FURN'ITURE:1: :
FIRST LESSON
Her friends hope, however, for her AMERICAN times his own weight and. walked KISSIMMEE
.
It i. Apopka II speedy recovery.Dr. off with a weight of five pound, on
J. E. Caldwell'of Formosa came his back. If.' proportionate weight -OP THE DROUGHT

r in last Tuesday evening and spent the were put on a man he would be crushed COMPANY t

Some good :rains have come this weekto night with the family of J. F. Briggs I to the earth.A .
relieve the dry spell much to the and proceeded to Orlando Wednesday.H. GOOD ROAD housefly, held by the wings; and FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE DEM- {
delight of the farmers and truck grow T. Bulmer, wholesale commission I brought close to a match, lifted it up ONSTRATION WORK. Under Entirely New Management -t

ers. merchant, representing C. S. Durling with its feet. To perform a proportionate -

Miss Lillian Eldridge will leave Saturday & Co. of New York, was here Wed- feat a man would have to lift a The long spell of drou ht.thilt the FURNITURE :r

for New York, from which nesday to purchase watermelons and beam twenty-six feet long and thir- farmers of this state have been experiencing -
CONGRESSTo Household Furniture from Kitchen to ,
tomatoes to be shipped to the eastern teen inches thick. l
point she sails and will remain abroad for the last seven or eight Attic, a Full and Complete Line.
for about three months. The date of market.S. An ordinary ear-witr, hitched to a weeks, while to all appearances it ,
sailing will be June 23. She"goes witha W. Eldredgeshipped a car load little wagon, pulled it when loaded would seem to' be a calamity, still BABY CARRIAGESA
party of friends who will meet her of watermelons Tuesday from this with eight matches. To equal this there is no doubt whatever but that it
point. They were fine specimens of feat a horse would have to full 300
is in for it allows
in New York. a blessing disguise,
Line
the luscious fruit. beams, each equal to i its! own weight.It Splendid Handsome Baby
Be Held I In Atlanta the
and conclusively splendid
Misses Ada Lovell Margaret up very results Carriages and Go-Carta. Let us-
first of The drain pipes have arrived and i is an old story that a flea can of the farmerse in the
the
in Orlando the engaged
were Show Them You
Zepp to
week visiting. work will begin at once to constructthe jump two hundred times its own demonstration work. You can today .-.-- - - ..
i crossing'< over the Seaboard rail- height in the air. A man would haveto '
travel the of "Florida and
has over
Miss Bessie Rutledge returnedto Next November state BICYCLES
at the intersection of Park jump the
ave- over thousand-foot-high
way from the train whatever
Washington, D. C., to spend the or convey-
and the fills made Eiffel tower to the feat.
nue as soon as are equal
in tell the far-
after almost ance you are you can
summer, spefiding year The Iver Johnson. Bicycles with Coaster
the council will have Park avenue muscles in insects are actually
here,;where she has been greatly improved WILL RE ATTENDED BY FIVE mer who is growing his crops under Brake...at_ _
in health. She expects to return graded; and put in position for public much larger in proportion than in demonstration methods. He is not a Bargain'
next fall. travel entirely through; the town THOUSAND DELEGATES-MOST manWhen we see an ant dragging worrying much about the dry weather

Mrs.again Bandy and little eon George, W. T. Berry and wife left Wednesday STRIKING CONVENTIONEVER a burden larger and heavier than its because he has his land well preparedby Kissimmee Furniture :Go. r
morning; for Jacksonville. From whole body, it shows how powerfulits 4
soil -
Jr., who have spent some weeks very HELD IN THIS II deep plowing, thorough pulverization
there Mrs. Berry will proceed to Alabama muscles are. Prof. A. Schmidt estimates and seed bed before
the of Miss Ada a good
Lovell pleasantly, have as returned guests to, their homein to spend some .weeks vi COUNTRY. that to equal the ant's feat planting time. Over and above that 310 Broadway. E. O. Garlan4Mgr., ,

relatives. itinlt'l a man weighing 200 pounds should be he is instructed to keep up constant .
Jacksonville Dramatic club of Apop Mr. Keller, representing; Entire streets are to be repaved and I able to lift a ton. This is explicableon cultivation as- shallow as possible.This :
The Apopka Candy company of Jacksonville"washere roofed and thus turned into adjunctsto the basis of the far greater; muscu-
itself results that
of the Civic In. shows a
ka, under'the a auspices play entitled "The last week calling upon the trade j the large auditorium; accommodations lar equipment of the ant, as comparedto few years ago.weN.not believable.We Let Me Fix Up. 1
League, gave
orders. be for than that of Atlanta
College Town" at Winter Garden last and taking are to provided more man.- Georgian. get daily results from the dif-
The election to fill the vacancy on five thousand guests; arrangementsare I ferent parts of- the state! along this
and delightful
t time.Monday night report a the city council here last Monday completed for the greatest gov- Bring .,out your Rusty Dollar on line. In the western part of the state Your Place thisSummer

\ of proved to be a very interesting one, ernment exhibit that has ever been July 11. | the dry weather has been more prolonged -
J. R. Baker and family Plymouthwere although neither of the candidates made; and the city itself is to be turn- ; than in the eastern. The re- :.i +t
in this city Saturday shoppingand -- --------- i
seemed to solicit votes, yet their ed over to the visitors from all partsof I suits obtained are surprising, indeed.
mingling with their friends. friends were busy and when the polls the country with a view to makingthe .. ..
m: of I Next we to have at
Captain Bums, Colonel' .. ma1 I year expect ,
Dr. Holoway, ,
closed it showed 53 votes polled. D. Fourth American Road Congressto !
least 75 cent. of the counties in
Felds and J. E. Dean, all from Lough- W. Clark received 27 and A. M. Star- be held in Atlanta, Ga., November 9 the state per in demonstration work. r t'

X mana, passed through this city Sun- bird received 26. Mr. Clark was de- to 14, the most successful and striking I We are well equipped now to take I ._I '' '','
tour looking over
day on an inspection of clared elected and has assumed the road convention ever held in this care of anything along that line. The
hard surfaced roads Orange
the themselvesin duties of the office. country. district agent are all the time in the 1..'.,
county. They expressed terms and give An election has been called for a This is the report brought back byI. field, visiting county after county, and I am prepared to conY'I" ;
very complimentary the vote upon the subject of l issuing bonds S. Pennybacker, executive assistantof seeing what the county agents are .
Orange county credit with having :by the city of Apopka to the amount : the American Highway association, doing and visiting the farmers em- any area of land within"reasonable a
best roads in the state. of $18,000 for the purpose of installingan which, with the American Automobile
i this work.
W. B. Mills of Daytona, foreman of ployed in distance of Kls4ummee
electric light plant and also erectIng association and their allied organizations I While the number of counties- '
the Halifax Journal was a pleasant a city hall. Nine thousand dollars is in'charge of the ,
congress. engaged in this work is not as matter'.Iiow:
caller at this office Monday morning i of this sum 'has been set aside The movement for better roads in the present would like indicated no: ,><
large.as we as
He had ipeht the day'very pleasantly for' electric light plant and $4,000 for United States is expected to reach its this number will be largely lnereaseJafter :'roughor;;! ,neglected/'Into"-( a": '

here Sunday as the guest. orthe family : the city hall. The date fixed for the climax at Atlanta and'the new, gov the first of the next focal year, .

of ;J. R. Womble. Lakeland I election is ;July 18, and our people are ernment-maintained highway, from which begins July 1. ./ productive.,: and ,.remunersi.
Miss Pearl Haines of. has i very much elated over the prospect of Washington to Atlanta will be ready C.. K. M'QUARRIE.., r. t.1:''''* -1; *
the week of the I tire condition.Estimate .
the during
been. guest getting a city hall And lighting plant. for- the tourists who will attend the ',
Misses Womble.Colonel convention. In statement given out
Tibbetts and wife, A. W.' his return a to Washington Mr. 'Sted.sa' ..c.......oak Richard L. Metcalfe, vice-chairman .. 1
Walker and sister, Miss. Claudie, and upon of the committee to arrange the for {

M. R. Howard motored over to Winter I II r Union Center III 1// Pennybacker"There is no said doubt: that the coming; IU._ It is a necessity, moil :. mal opening of the Panama canal, has
Park Sunday afternoon and reporta : convention will be the largest and detirabU, and will leat. 11'.d.ion.t ._, decided to accept the petition filed in '
hjs behalf for the democratic and PlantFurnished
delightful trip.DrPearson j certainly one of the most successfulever it thoughtleu not to get it ) nomination ;
of Orlando was called Invitations were given to the-mem-I held in the history of the road NOW instead of later for governor of the state of
here last Sunday to render surgicaltreatment | Mr. and Mrs. Nebraska. Mr. Metcalf declared he
of ]
bers movement. in the United States: Highway The
I durability of "S: madtff modern ,
who would the administration of
to Mrs. W. R. McLeod, school classes to a watermelon feast ,i engineers 'and legislators from bathroom fixture support
make the of
fractured her hip in a fall from the last Saturday night. The hearty wel- 1 : question President Wilson. lie is a businessand
every state in the Union have already length of nice, merely a matter of
porch of her residence.Mrs. extended to guests at'1 .political associate of Secretary
rear come always ; announced their intention of being; whether we are permitted to install the
C. A. Barnes apd little daughter ; this pleasant home places Mr. and present. There will be representa- equipment now or later. Bryan.Dr. .

arrived Tuesday evening from Columbus .ftf.n... Funk .in.. the lint__ of__ ideal ._..nteru __n_- i lives from foreign countries and the Anna Hubert, formerly of Bal-
Ga., to join her husband here) tainers. I exhibits will be the most striking .ever THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBING timere, has been appointed resident
and will\I make their future home in Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peele of Orlando 1 shown at a road congress.; SHOPR. physician at the workhouse in New Alf.Law

this city.A visited this sectm.i visited relatives and friends last I "Already the exhibits indicate a tendency L. Starling, Manager. York city, by Katherine B. Davis, com- ;
splendid rain 'week. down in time to
They; came overflow the auditorium and
I to missioner of correction. She will receive \
Fran afternoon. enjoy the picnic Saturday. I I while I was in Atlanta arrangementswere ; 14 Darlington Ave. Phone 244-2 1,800 a year. Her chief work The Developer of Modern Model Faris!.
S. Witherby has pur- Frank Locke and Mr. Alderman visited .,' a:
i being made to remove the cobblestone ,, .. will be in examining the female prisoners "
ofi .m..I. "
the sixroomresidence fo Mrs. Geo. "" """ "
chased at the home Haye --
J of Gilmer street mm
pavement .. an* 'OB Box ,
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Fred Ulrtch on Fifth street, opposite!, Sunday. I i I and replace it with more modern ma-
Vthe Apopka House, and will tak possession I I C. B. Turner visited Saturday and terials' The street in to be roofed so .. I
of same about the J6th of July. I'' Sunday at the J. K. Hilliard home. i;I I that it can be used for the overflow ex- Fla. _.. !
This l is a splendid home and Mr. With- I Mr. and Mrs. Longenecker and little : hibits. The city itself is going to give
erby has shown good judgment in se- I\:daughter visited at the G. B. Lawson :1I I| organ recitals for the pleasure of the )

''curing it before the prices advance. I ,I',, home Saturday evening.; :I!, guests and l is also to give a municipal t; -
Haines loaded and shipped ) is ill at the home
Charley Henry Clay very tea to the ladies who accompany the C
aa fine a car of melons from this place I:of his brother-in-law, Joe Ward. I I delegates. The whole city is working I ,

;.. Tuesday as we have ever seen grow Everyone had a fine time at the picnic together to make the convention the f LICE? _

anywhere. The entire .cat would average Saturday. A good program was' biggest and most successful ever heldin T.quatk; )..!li'qUlck,. *
at least thirty pounds each and given and if you want to know about this country. An entertainmentfund Ii citled II you dun youa 'owls l with
the one we tried was sweet and fine. the abundance of good things we had and
+ of $5,000 has been provided
R McLeod wife of our I II C. H. Funk Conkey's Lice Powder
: Mrs. W. to eat, ask the preacher or there is no doubt about the comfortof ,
I mayor, fell last Sunday morning while I The net proceeds of the stand were I the guests. The program, with its irijafe.quick and sure"I 4
descending the steps at the back porch I over nine dollars, this amount to' be ''I speeches and its papers on the road Sara your poultry profit became h
Ot their home in some manner to the used to purchase picnic chairs and I '
'read the most eminent
movement
by
ground and fractured the pelvic bone. tables. I will Kill the Lice',
authorities in the United States
She was injured some years ago in a Floyd Peele ate dinner at the Jeff be the most interesting we have ever --r. Doesn'j Harm Chickens

runaway, being thrown from a buggy, I Barber home Sunday. arranged." a..y mwa.d BDe .
The friends of Mrs. Nellie Wither- P.1. Udktn. ill .... ....... 1
t\r =- -- -- bee are very glad to learn that she is Charlese P. Light, business managerof ,..,. .._' .+.sv.r Aa frr T '

rapidly recovering from her recent ill the American Road Congress, will r SdkeivLice" c... .
I leave for Atlanta within the next few Liquid a.h STI
'ness.. i
There was a good attendance at both ''days and will take charge of the arrangements \ i Low Round Trip RatesFROM _.........eo_o.e:3iif Aqt.
; If YOU Are morning and evening; services last of exhibits for the coming ,..... ---
j I Sunday. Dr. Q. P. Macklin will be :, road congress and especially of the alI JACKSONVILLEMicMm. I CONKEY'S HEAD UCE, "
:with us ;June 28th. i I lottment of space for the exhibitors.Hon. . OINTMENTff ". _
a 'A. B. Fletcher ofthe 11.L.Y . $n." 0.:0 et1.17.ek.. tl $71,15Dew. r
Lloyd, Harvey came up from St,, president 55.4t.. Paul N.7I lwlwia. . 11.11 *.* east _McU. .W, '
Saturday to enjoy the picnic\I congress; and state highway engineerof ..... ..... U.. D.Irb _ .IM a..a. . II." .X.-2S meta---MOMT- ..sal,. 't ihcM +
land [ California and Hon. L. W. Page; Sam take CQ ,.... Mi.dp. _ M.7I L..d.. - ILlS .
f ; THINKING OF BUILDING A I, a short visit with his parents. I'['president of ,the American Highway ,.__ r 17.55 T_ - 4LN I........... Tai.P.tt. . .Tb.aac: .c..a..d.aowOsceolaPharmacy: .
Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee went to' .d 11415 -.awl - is.4' p.h LIdo ....
,i; HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LET Tampa Monday to spend a week getting .association and director of the United I 7Wtt.. \\0 155.15 . x ..... T.kd. . 41.111M.
: I acquainted with the "little minister I States office of public roads, are taking I .... . 553. M.c5W .113/ .-.. . . aM I
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r ME FIGURES WITH YOU. born to their son George and a deep and active interest in the G1.dw. r..k .- u'JI ....... Yale .,... Zri: . 7131I '

f! ij .wife. I'I'.success of the congress.. ....ntft ..........:-....Glue,..Cs1if.al.. ,Goal..M....
PREPARED TO FURNISH Mrs Dora Floyd and little daughter .--. .the ( .... ...,..- -..... _- --' -
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fr I AM are enjoying a short vacation at INSECTS' MUSCLES ..wi t_<*-edo.a taIaa5 a_ "

'G(f "' PLANS AND ESTIMATES the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. BETTER THAN MAN'S TIcIo.w....ddb.: SwI--.r 30. __..... 0...71.
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Sam Barber. Mr. and Mrs. Rep Floydof VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER. SALT

AT ROCK BOTTOM Kissimmee visited them Sunday. LAKE, COLORADO STRINGS, EEC.ll w1jagrFi
. The latest experiments upon insects P
'!i have demonstrated the most remarkable *J I c.;.... ................seLrsLCLkaw. ;:
. PRICES. <; .NOTICE. [ wood-beetle ...........'}.iI enI.---aM..... 'rr
muscularpowers. .
\' ,gtdx _- h hart JCiaiinunee, Fla-. June 1. 1914. less than two Inches lon&"can pull tTgh NORTH AND NORTHWEST;tbe*. : :' : .,
I train 'daily choice a* tluw. differ '-Fire, Life.He1iIi?. sail;AcddeitVINSURANCE!
To the Public Generally: little wagon loaded with thirty times, I ; <\ j | ; ,
I have this day disposed 'of my Interest its own,"weight. When fortyfive times ....... -:-: .

W.H.ARNOLDContractor! in- the market known as tile the"beetle's own Weight wls piled on ,.,,, :._ ..'... ......-......:-, """ < iI; ; :
... Roll# Bass market aad the Bass ;:A the wagon: it pulled an inch When iI u- ....... : ,- t I
Baas market .tA..Mr H .T- Ban ita1 rnHMfli Mrtatl Esii'dteta.w.... N.' dhM v; L..d..e .
'0;. I ; ;, nry ; gfmfr*>.. fyy dynamometer ; : _-----.., .1... II's.L "..
':\ ,.. -B ui dee! ; .who now becomes sola owner,"and who -the apparatus. r used',, inmeasuring J Y 'ti' ._-.aI'-e.......+........ .,..wr-. iT"' *-: .- sonil *.-
t' Vi.- "<.* 1'KISSIMMEE will receive monies due the late '
6e \ all ,muscular power the insect "

.._ .., ?l'LA., "' flan and assumes all their liabilities.< exerted fore equal to what* IL! ,:H'C.BRETIEI'; ;. ,W. 'NELSON. INSURANCE. ' AGENCY. '
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a pt* r + ---"> tqPhone I thank our patrons for their'many: man weigMng-'ZOO pounds would:exertif -L.--N- '......'--...il. yr. "...1 t, :.f

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SUMMER MERCHANDISE IN HIGHEST DEMAND IS INCLUDED IN THIS SALE. THE VERY

GOODS NEEDED FOR PRESENT AND FUTURE USE ARE MENTIONED BELOW, AND THE

' +? PRICE PLACED UPON EVERY ITEM IS SUBSTANTIALLY LESS THAN EQUAL QUALTITY :

SELLS FOR REGULARLY IN KISSIMMEE. EVERYTHING. CUT---EVERYTHING MUST GO.

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',; stand in Quality and Price Until the last hour of the 10 days sale---except for reason of having been sold.


/ } Here Are the Prices. They mean a Big Saving, right in the' Middle of the Season. SO COME EARLY."

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I LawnsHundreds We carry Ladies' Ready-Made BEDSPREADS SHEETS, BLANKETS 3.50 grade now 2.f15
: ..f, Dry Goods, Dresses that sell at $1.00 to $14.50. AND PILLOWCASES-ALL TO BE I I 3.00 grade now _---hu_ .35
I of yards of figured Lawns Now we are going to let you DEDUCT SOLD AT 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. Other Brands'A nn .

. ,hr r Dress Goods will be' sacrificed to you j just as if they 25% off that price, whatoer it maybe LADIES' UNDERWEAR-In this I I 2.50 grade now _n______- I.91
4 were not in _son. Now is the timeto and take the Dress. have 1.50 grade how _______ 1.20Ladies'
Department Exceptional n
wear Lawns, and NOW ii the timeto we an ;
and Ladies'Readytowear
.. Laces Line of Silk and Embroidered Drop
; BUY. 12/2 Lawns both figuredand Shoes
____ Skirts. Also some that are made of
striped to sell at. per,yard 9c We arrive that "
i r All lOc Lawns will go at______--_7c now Store in at Departmentof Girl cheaper materials. These Skirts'must Queen Quality- /
Do not Mist this Opportunity. Pur Woman which will every be in-or go. Regardless,of Price. $4.00 grade now -----_____$ .% '
grown-up naturally r
P 3.50 grade now 2.85
Department ----- ----
Table Linen terested.. 3,00 grade now .._._,_____ 2,35 '
... Valiencennes. Shadow and
I'_ 'j'_ $1.00, grade _______________:_ 74e all the Lace: will be reduced to\f Zero fact Gentlemen'sFurnishings'( .2.50 grade now _..:..--_.__ 1.90 ,t'
/,: I Ginghams .55 grade ;*_::_____....._-___-__ 40! Prices. ... : Also a $1.50 Shoe for,-.:-.- *1.20 i 1,

Lace Curtains Some Pretty White Button Oxfords -." .:
t y Largest stock in town. EmbroideryEmbroideryEdge and Pumps are included in this lot. See '"1
I2'/Jc' Ginghams this sale_____ 9Va Most Exceptional Values will be Of- and Insertion and and Shoesand our Special Bargain Counter.Children's .
, IOe-Ginghams, this. sftle___3_-- 8c fered in (his Department at .Half,Pr(ce"., All-Over will be handed over the sacrifice I'
by .,, All Calico this sale__--_4Vze to 5c counter almost at fhe Price You Shoes "
Creton Ladies' and I
Suggest. Buster Brown
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{ Percales Floral Design lOc grade now. __ 7Va Ladies' Neckwear Children's ShoesMen's Resolved that we are going to '(:,',
4 l2/ic[ Percales many patteWis.Galatea I Other grades reduced in the same sell to the Little Boys and Girls some

: now _____,__________.____ 10c proportion. Ladles' Neckwear: Collars. Jabots Shoes that are not only CHEAPER but
|* I II I Bleaching etc.. made of Lace. Embroidery. SuitsMEN'S far better than anything they have
I Pique. Ratine. All some Bulgarian. ef ever had before."
Regular 36 in., that sold fects. '
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I SUITS-We the best
i Tins is the best.cloth for Children's I carry Men's Hats
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Rompers'' and Play Suits.: Regular 36 in. good grade for lOc *. WaistsWaists
Men that find. These made 25% Discount. ,
we can are i
Regular I8c. To at---_____ 13c will this sale _______ _T /
r go go at at c: at _uTunnnn___ 39c by Schloss Bros. Co. of Baltimore and I $3.00 grade now _$2.25
Waists at ___nun___ 59c have won the distinction throughout Also others that 1"
Silks Unbleached Domestic many we can sell to (,
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; Waists at nnnn 79e tlte whole United State of being called you for a price that will simply sur- :'
Cut Slashed Sacrificed with not 36 in. wide best grade. All will Skirts the CLOTHES BEAUTIFUL We are price you. f
} a piece reserved! go at. per yard------- 7Vic going to include some of these Beau
w, $1.00 Messalme this sale _ 74c Second quality, but good will go Ratine. Linen. Linene. Lique "and ties in this Great Sacrifice Sale and Silk Sox
y .50 Silks this sale ______nn n___ 35c for per yard______________ 7e Percale. 25% discount on these. ,sell you one Suit as Cheap as we Could <
.a Big lot of $1.00 Silik as low as 69c, We will sell six spools of Buy It by taking more than a hundred Holeproof. guaranteed! Silk Sox. "
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25C- - at5c .
Hosiery 'til 'onetime. 75c grade _._ 49C "
- - and we lose on everey yard. cotton or silk thread for
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) Hundreds and hundreds of yards of SPECIAL-We have a lot of Hosiery Men's ShoesHanan n u
SoisetteAbout Beautifully Figured Curtain Goods that we are going to sell for FIVE Men's Shirts
51 r with Tan or Cream Background and CENTS A PAIR. Also are offeringour _
I ten bolts all of which have figured in Brown and Green. 5c a yard 50c grade of Ladies' Hosieryfor $6.00 grade ..________$4.50 $1.50 1 Special beautiful
r -been cut. Colon Blue. Pink Cream i and up U> 25c. Never before has suchan _________________________ 3geLadies' Florsheim now all too at patterns.-$1.10
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offer been made. Silk Hole-proof. $1.00 $5.00 grade ___ __ 4.25 $1.00-Best Dollar Shirt in .
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nuuu 19c Babies' Caps THIS' SALE-, grade, now .______--___--__ 79e W. L. Douglass. for 79C h;
'+ SEE OUR WHITE GOODS-Dimi- 18, 33 and 49c. They are lace Daring this Sale wa ar* gong to 4.50 grade now ___uun 3.85 75c Shirts to go aL_,_ SSc v"l
i ', ties. Lawns. Batiste etc.. at a bargain. and embroidery. fire 12 dozen Skirt Bottom for 5 cents. 4.00 grade now __________ 3.25 I 50c Shirts to go aL_ 39C
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'.STORY: TOLD BY !MRS. JOHN w.
HE .LAVISHLY ENTERTAINS A
TENCH OF GAINESVILLE,
FRIEND AN ENTIRE EVEN.
WHO VISITED WASHINGTON
ING WITH
: IN 1866. EXPENDITURE
OF SIXTY-EIGHT

Washington, D. C., June- laThe I CENTS. ,

wonderful changes that have occurredin

Washington and the nation in halfa (By Winfield Jones.)
t r a d. F. t I
emphasized today in
an'century interview were by Mrs. John W. Tench I Washington Clark D. C., June 16.-Rep- ;
resentative has returned to -
wife of Maj. John W Tench of Gainesville i
Washington and in interview
Fla., who is here. Major Tench I today an
with
said he
known officer in the Con- your correspondent high
widely
was a "
Tench ly appreciated the support given him y
federate service, and Mra. came v
in his renomination for .
here the of her state race congress.He

at the as unveiling representative of the Confederate. I ? 4 p"tr .1F 'i k A "' r "'af result won was the never nomination for a easily moment, and the in e

monument Arlington.
in
doubt. Mr. Clark said:
first visit to Washington was I
"My .
4 1 desire to thank the
democrats of
in 1868, when I was a school girl," said : .a riY4..r; ..trg the Second congressional district of M
home then in : -
Mrs. Tench. "My was I I Florida for the renewed expression of
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Union county, South Carolina, and I *
until I started for Washington I had THE CITIZENS BANK BROADWAY AND DARLINGTON AVENUE confidence which they gave me in so !
i handsome a manner last Tuesday, __
from home. My
never father's been brother away Judge Dawkins of I To the right is.seen the storerooms of Cole & Unley, Jewelers and Optometrists, and Dann's Department "No man in Florida appreciates the

support of his neighbors and friends
Store
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to him
Florida, asked me accompany Mk
Philadelphia more than I do, and no man will strive i
and aunt trip to .
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my 'W -- - .
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-- - -- harder to demonstrate that appreciation
than I will. .. vBring
"In those days there were few railroads .
"I feel that with my experience aa 1 ri



stage erated today.Chester,,!coach badly as ,compared,We which taking equipped left took the Union with and railroad us,the poorly S.to servioeof C.Richmond trainat op-by- THE MAKING OF A MAN WILtrj.ltY Secretary!:; SR taN a ever and better representative effective before position, and service today in-I congress desire to to my render to people 1.say am good than thatIt in a y


shall be /
my constant aim to guard
From Richmond we went by
and the Interests of 1
protect con
my
rail to the Potomac river, where we took We spend relatively too much timeIn illustrations of the ceaseless effort to ers were getting short and asking for man who would do so T And yet many stituents as well as to endeavor t y'

..i a steamer at midnight that landed us the perfecting of the things which develop, to improve, to perfect every- money with which to supply a new do. And what is even stranger still pursue that course which will redound .
.' in Washington the next morning."In man. Uses and too little time .in the thing that man can employ to pleasethe pair. He answered that I would soon there are those who eagerly assist in to the betterment of conditionsal

the party were numerous emi- perfecting of a man himself. In this body, to minister to the mind or come home for the holidays and that I the work of ruin-there are those who lover our common country. ,.

nent Carolinians, including tv-r for- age of co-operation we find an Increasing to satisfy the soul. could then supply my needs. But my lie in wait for the young man, set "I appreciate beyond measure every -

mer governors-Orr and Perry. Gov- multitude of organizations, each If man is worthy to have so much reason for remembering this letter and snares for bland. make money by vote given me and shall endeavor

ernor Orr, just before the secession of one dedicated to a special purpose- thought and labor devoted to his com- my rapid growth at that time is found dragging him down and shattering the within the next th..ears to merit S""

the Southern states, had been speaker that purpose being the improvement fort and advancement, surely there is in the words with which he concludedhis hopes that have been built upon his the confidence of my fellow citizens so '

-.II.C'.t the house of representatives. We of Something that will serve man. no theme more deserving than the letter. He said, "But you mightas life! Christians-for I may assume ungrudgingly given me in the mar 4 ,

went to the old Willard hotel, and a To illustrate what I mean, let us "Making of a Man." well learn now that people will that I am speaking to a Christian au- nificent vote Just received," .. s"

Washington paper, recounting our arrival consider agriculture for a moment; it Only when we come to man do we measure you by the lengtht of yourbead dience--we have not done all that we -

said that, judging from the dilapidated Is the largest single department of industrial find an immeasurable' gulf between ex- and not by the lengtht of your might have done to strengthen these The high cost of living Is a fallacy, "

baggage of the tourists, they activity among our people. tremes. We can describe the differ- breeches." young men and save them.I in the opinion of Representative Clark. ti

must have brought their families Who will enumerate- farmers' organizations ence between the largest potato and As I approached maturity I became remember when a boy to have "A friend of mine from Florida called

along. It is true we were a forlorn- ? Some make a specialtyof the smallest one in ounces, the difference fearful that I would not reach the six- heard my mother tell a story of a very upon me recently," said Mr. Clark,

looking party, because the South was cattle-raising, and these are sub between the best steer and the foot mark. I longed to be a little tall- charitable woman who always defended "and in the course of conversation ,

still prostrate and impoverished, and divided into groups that direct their, poorest one in pounds and,the difference er-tried to lift myself up-but with a person criticised in her presence. touched feelingly,.upon the high cost '
the criticism of the paper wonded us attention, some to milk breeds some between the moss valuable one in all that I.could do I stopped short an Her children decided one day to put of I ventured to tell him that

sorely, to beef breeds; and each of these subdivisions dollars; but who will suggest a ratio inch and a half, and I am not sure the mother to test and so, assembling it was the cost of living high that was

"From Washington we went to1 Phil- I. still further subdivided between man as he may be and man that I ,was pleased when I overranIn by agreement in her room they beganone bothering a lot of people, and told him 4,

adelphla. The events that took place Into groups that give preference to as he sometimes isT Man at his best weight as much as. I underran in after the other to find fault with that right here in

,there were of Intense Interest to me, ,some particular strain. In like manner is bud little lower than the! angels height. the devil They, had not far sive Washington he and I could
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though I was a girl of only seventeen. we have numerous organizations while' man at his wocst may in some I repeat that inheritance has-stamped however with before the mother' stoppedthem out and spend a pleasant evening,with

I shall never forget the scene when whose members devote attention to respects Be worse than the brutes certain limitations upon the physical the remark "Well children dinner and theater on something less

the South Carolina and Massachusetts swine-breeding, each group perfectinga about him. And each one of us is man, yet it is possible to a degreeto if we were all as industrious as than-a dollar. He-scorned statement -:_

delegates entered the hall together: type. Next come the horse breeders j moving each day, each hour, in one add to that inheritance. It is not I the devil. in his efforts to lead us but accepted my offer to prove"f

arm in arm Such cheering I had nev- and these are subdivided into fanciers : direction or the oth r-we are either only right but eminently desirable that ,, astray, not so many would go wrong." that it could be done.. -

er heard, and none will ever sound likeit of the draft horse (still more I ascending toward the highest point one should take an inventory of him- A few years ago'a conservation con- "We went to a certain popular din '.

to me again. subdivided into several smaller 11 that man can reach or descending toward self at as early a date as possible gress met at the white house. The ing place, two car tickets costing'us. i

"At the Continental hotel, where we groups), the coach horse, the trotting I the lowest depths'to which man finding out the weak\ places, proceJwith ;; governors of the states, the senators, less than nine cent. There we bad

stayed, we were much puzzled the horse, the riding horse, and the rac- j: can fall. . intelligence and diligence to the members of congress, and a few each an excellent dinner of exception 1

morning after our arrival by a ing horse-not to speak of the differ- j If I am to present plaits and sp.ci- strengthen them. We should raise not in official life were invited. Experts ally good stew, coating ten cents each, ;;,

strange creaking: sound. Judge Daw- ent kinds of ponies for children. All i| fications, I owe it to you in return for I ourseTv to the highest point of phys- gave statistics to show how the with strawberry shortcake for desert ,

kins determined to investigate. and ,of these are trying to produce the best ,| your attendance and attention to present -I ical efficiency not only that we may coal was being consumed, how the beds at five cents each. That totaled thirtynine ,

after he had been away for some time animal of their kind, but they arc producing I those suitable for the building of render the maximum of service, but -of iron ore were being exhausted, how cents, and both of us enjoyed
informed thatit for Then I chain of existence transmit to the timber lands were being cut over, the meal amid
he came back and us and perfecting man. I a life upon the highest possible plane, pos.that pleasant surroundings."I .
caused the with the I ue may as! link in the endless and how the soil was being wasted. then
was an elevator that they have the poultry group, a life capable of realizing the best I a suggested the theater, and
noise It was the first elevator, we : rivalries between many varieties, and that is attainable by man. '' terity even a larger store of physical' It was an impressive showing and a we went to a good show, where good

I were informed, ever installed in the'also with the organizations that have I We recognize at once that in dealing 'I wealth that we inherited. deep interest has been taken in conservation seats were obtained at ten cents each. i

United States, and I recall that the'for their objects the production of with man we are (dealing with a threefold I'' But I need not dwell upon the first ever since. It is an important We enjoyed the performance of an
. judge and his friends got considerable grains. vegetables fruit and berries I being It is not difficult for me and second factors The third-the matter and we owe it to future hour and a half, used two more car -

f. amusement out of it by riding up andy ,,etc I II' to believe in the Trinity, for I see a conservation of that which we inherit generations to deal wisely with the tickets to go home, and thus the ,,entire ,I
natural of the
I down the slightest pretense." and of that which we add to it-this resourcese country; but evening's refreshment and entertainment
y on and in human
| If we l leave the farm come into sort of trinity every being. vhat\vse need most is the conversation
" $t 11: |!the city, we find the word of specialization : There is in each one of us a physicalman I deserves special emphasis. It is an of. Mr anhood and womanhood of the for the two cost m. just sh- r'
Dollar
| Day, July as fully developed among themanufacturers a mental man and a moral man- awe-inspiring thought that the Creator ty-eight cents. -' a
land-these
I has it in dissipate are our priceless resources "
to "Which
put our
power shows added Mr. Clark,
each one endeavoringto HO inseparable that one cannot exist
; It is unfair to say that the average our strength, to destroy the body. "that we can have a might good '
time
produce the best article in his line upon this earth without the other, and But
NL man of today doesn't amount I If inherits fortune and having emphasized the value of with
>young a young man a dinner and theater, in Washington
at the lowest cost. The commerciallife yet distinct that be dvel- -
one may the body, I remind that the
now
much look whta his old dad you
to it "Foolish
just squanders we : young for two at small if
of our ,municipalities, the social oped and the other left undeveloped. say expense we
body is worthiers. No boy would be
has to out for him. But few in "
pay man. only a ; a generationare want to.
life of our communities, the politicallife The body be lifted to a high j .
may throwaway fortune worth( raising! jf there!!. was nothing! I
in a position a- -
Everybody is coming to Hissimmee of state and nation, our schools, state of physical perfection, while the- - --
But when he out--your-RuatT-Doltara--atr
Dollar Day July 11._ Are you* I our hospitals, our. churches-all afford mind and heart are-uncultured; the becomes master every of young himself man is put into (Continued on page }2.) July 11. ,-
mind. be
too. may developed while the t
possession of a body which is worth
body and the> heart overlooked
are ;
more to him than any fortune, and he
and even the heart may receive Tn- can waste this body, squander it, throwit
OLIVER'S SUITATORIUM sideration while the training of the
away as effectually as one can dispose -
gave body and the mind is neglected.
of a fortune in money-and. some. 1 !
Your We first become aware of the pres- do so l
I I' ence of the body and for a while it. is r +
our chief concern. Later we become How can I impress upon the young SUPERIOR' SERVICE ir
men who honor me with their attention -
conscious of the of mind COURTEOUS TREATMENT sir
possession. a ,
the turpitude of such conduct?
and the mind, in time, takes controlof
How can 1 better make them consciousof
75cJuit the body-woe to the body that is )
the obligation which possession of
: not subject to the decrees of the mind.
such wealth them than
imposes upon
t If the development: is normal we fin-
by showing them how much it costs
ally note the arrival the
upon scene
to raise a boy ?Two years ago I hearda
of the moral man, and the moral.man
statement that Ii, in point here-the
claims the throne.
Woe to the indi-
strangest statemente I ever heard outside
Ttessed vidual in whom the physical man and the Bible. It this That the For
That' all You Have to the mental man are not obedient to which> was endures: Happiness and
suffering woman as a ,
Pay to have Your Soiled the moral man. penalty for motherhood is greater '

When we come to consider the de- than all the suffering caused by all the ContentmentEveryone

velopment of the body, we must agajg{ wars of all the world-that the agonies -

recognize a natural subdivision and which she voluntarily takes upon

Palm Beach SuitCleaned consider three factors that enter largely ;, herself to be the mother of a race should save from his M
, into man's physical welfare, name- '' surpasses all the agenies of all the money or
ly, that which we inherit; that which battle fields. I.. that not a startling her DcoIJ1e-it; i U quite essential for happi.

and Pressed. Our Equipment for the Work I* the Beat that we add, and that which we conserve. 'i statement? And yet upon reflection DeN and contentment. An account wjth
In physical appearance, in stature, in I believe that it is true. We have in
Skill of Workmen is of the Remarkable
be had and the will
can our one our constitutional strength to resist I the United States more than ninety us awe you a constant incentive to* a

. Features of our service. We Guarantee that Your Suit will be Returned decease and endure fatigue, we are million of human beings; that means increase your deposits. : k"A0

to You Absolutely Sanitary. Smelling Clean and Sweet. and largely according to inheritance.; The that on more than ninety millions of .

1.\) I Look Like New. Make Us Prove It Bible asks". "Can one add a cubit to his occasions a mother's life trembled in e

: stature? The question implies a negative the balance at a child's birth. And ) Interest Paid onT .-
. .JJ; reply.I ; this is the
just beginning. Coinputef r
II'' Y DONT'FORGET WE ARE EXCLUSIVE.AGENTS. can testify that one's stature l is the value of the time-from a third to o Saf1 n6Accourit.. s I''d s
not of his choosing. When a boy I of the isl '. f ;&
a half average woman's life t .- ." x
. ,.. \ FOR THE. FAMOUS "ROYAL TAILOR". SUITS had my ideal[ of the physical: propor devoted to the rearing of children.CaleuJate I ..,' ,

.., - tions' for a man I wanted to be the 'worth of the nerve force\ I .' .i,
t six feet in, height and welgh"one ham and 81'Cplo"" in childraisingand .- '' ,? T
dred and 'eighty.pounds- During the then If Arthur. E. Donegan, ;, ,, .
Suit esttmtsx.. you ,can,'the PIWWUYcli; \ ,
OltOef's; ratoi'iurrr "l'lIirrt of-myeollegetifafWeitconfident : wealth- lor*that-wt>majt-p.ors>-oat tl ,., t. q .

.r that I would reach!the height l upon her eUKfren; add all-this tpce'ther 's-_ H 71"..-.; "'"'- .-,.-. . .... ,,.,..... \i. ,. i'M '
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tae am.aactlon, on the with alstb the Clay ot July A. D. 1.1'4. In front of the Court :; ,, '4Oe -' --. - as U 480 Southern Colon ..,-

public i.n.. floor. at Kjulmmo... County of Oaceola and State ol Florida: - NE'4 __ __________-------- laatlon Ca____ 11.1' ,,';;,
Ail _,__-_____._._---..-.- *4 1$. 14 141 Southern Colon- AU except n S8 as II 440 Southern ..ColonIsatlon '(;
, l . ? Izatlon Co...-. XI.48 a'4 k 8'1 Co.___..: 10.'t1?

i \- of All ______.______..._-.._..:__.__... *7 16'31, (40 Southern ColonCo. N Sf, of NW" 1 ae sa' U8 Southern Coloqtaatlon ''ti<.

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j (0< All .... .... ... r --.---- 5 36 U 840 Southern Coloa.
Izatlon Co.____ n... "It
all fractfonbl'Part. lsatlon Co.__... I....
74.. square In.outha..t / All ____nn_____________._.__.____.___ a. 1611 Southern Colon- All unaurveyed and 36 33 59P >3outMrn-Colon., t .
% ot Nm 4. escapt'70 Nettlra. W. R n' ...10NE Izatlon Co.-_. 85.17 6
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+' Loot ----c------------------------- II 81 It IU flran"er" J H -- 1200 ___.-1-r- 10 a34 (41 Southern Colon- Al-------------------------- 33 640 Southern Colon1111 .
ot 1E3 ------------------Z--n ?-1 81 8160 Fertlc O. W'oo 3200.A115 Izatlon Co____ 48.84 . . u \I 31 Isatlon Co.___ I. ?
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___-_-__________________ ? Co._ : 28.7All -r-- Izallon CO..___ 84.27 ____ . . . I. 36 I&"tlon Ca____ I'.. ;
17 n 3610 Southern ColonLatfon All _._________._._______ 14 87 34 (40 Southern Colon- I. -- I.
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All ____ : Izatlon .____ 2948 __.____
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29 33 3. 6H All east of river ....__._____ 19 87 84 680 Southern ..lonCo. All nu ____ .---__ 120 1t
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//4 All _______ u Izatlon ..-.. 28.79 __ . ____. I&atlon Co,___. '1
11 n at UP Routhprn Colon- All : . 21 87 34 (40 Southern Colon- All east ot rl'er -- -- u .1'
________ ___________--__--__ Isatlon U47 -- -, 21 36 33 640 Southern C.lon j i
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______________________ South.on ___ -- -- 36 33 640 80uth..rn Coloft-
All ____n___ ___ ( 0._ 2768 Izatlon Co____ 29.48 _____ . 2. t.1 '
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; : All .._.._..__________- -________ Co _. _: 27.61 I Izatlon Co..___ 29.48 . .6 36 33 H2 RQut"ern Colon- q,'.
a 83 at 615 $outhern Colon- All . 25 87 84 (42 Southern ColonIzatlon .411 fractional _nu---- -- I&atl.n Co.__.. 17.11 ::1.

All __ _____\u_____________ Isatlon Co.._ __ 28. Co._..... fl." 27 36 83 640 Southern COIOD'J'
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F n 7 38 at 627 ColonCo. All ...____. 26 87 84 (41 Southern Colon- All fractional and nusurvelt'd laation C.____ 2110 ;tj

. Al1 __________...n_______________ So/authatlronrn'" ._. __ 26 69i \ Izatlon Co.____ 29.48 28 36 38 350 Southern COIOD- ;y
4 All 27 87 84 (4* Southern Colon- All unmrv..d east of river---- - batl" COt____ 11,47 t w

;, 29.8 uuu------------' Izatlon Co____ 29.48 33 36 38 200 Southern C010D _. '", .
,i 1 All east of river._ -'- 29 37 84 (04)) Southern ColonCo All unBurv..y..d east nt rlver------ I..tlon Ce.unaurveyed .____ ..7"" "

All ________.--------------'--------- .Isatlon Co.---- %18.18 Izatlon '__ 00 27.68 . 34 U 33 816 Southern Colen ',
s : 1on-; east nt river -- I&atlon C..____ .
III II at UI' B.uthern All east of river 33 87 34 620 Southern Colon- All 21,11
All escept NE54 ________..._---00------- I&atlon Co._ __ 22.80 Izatlon Co_ .. 24 09 35 36 33 640 Southern Colon- 1
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NE ____ II 84 820 A uatln' F P.11.31 nooooUnUnnuoo Izatlon .48 36 16 33 640 Southern Colons ,
SW-------------------------1 : rOF29. _______ . ----- .- I&atlon CO.__ __ .,
N1II\ and II at 160 Southern ColonIsatlon BW54 of NEW ._ 2' 27 S3 40 Sumner. All fractional 00 ---- I....

NW __ ____________n ___:--____--__ C._ n 7.98 I. M..._._ __ ___ 4.47S .. . . 2 37 33 350 Southern C010D- ii\\.
11 II 34 UO Southern Colon- NE'l of NEW !*.. SW >4 of NE',4 of All east of river_ . . -- -. laatlon Co.____ 11,4? ,.

? IIW __ ____00':.____, ___________________ Izatlon Co.____ 7.18 NE!:"'4__ __ _________________________ 13 29 33 30 Thompson. Wealey 'd lest "r' :, "'
j' 138 3160 Southern Colony ___ 4S" All rr"l"tlonRI and unsurve3. ]11 t7 33 100 Southern C01.- 1 '

8W" --____--__--________ ____________ Co.- -- 7 98 flEf4 of RW and SW54 of SE14' 13 29 83S9 80 UnknownJohn _'_:::: 6 81 rh'pr _ _ __ _ . . .H t&atlon Co.____ I..el "
It II 34., UO Clark. ot] W._ 7.68 W% of Nwjz. _. .. .___.-T.._____: 23SVl SS 80 L. S.n (.23 13 37 33 2'6 Southern Colon-
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.. AJI ________________ _______ batlon Co __ 00 29.8 BWH 16 80 38 40 Baaa, L-lly _ 3 14 ]14 37 33 320 Southern Colon-
__ 18 IS 8. 06.0 Southern C olon- f: NBU :==:::=====:::::-=:=::- 17 80 33 40 Brown. J. M. : 3.84 .'1I"'nMI hr rlver------- . I&atlon Co.____ n.ll
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All _____.__________________ lsatfon Cb.29.18 NW ir NF54------------------------ 21 80 83 40 MontBdetca. J.__ 3.34 24 37 U 160 Southern'; Colon- e

All ___________ _____________ _____ J7 83 84 640 Southern&atoo Co.Colon-_ ___ 29.... NW of NET SWV----------------------* and 8BH of NW<4 and 31 30 88 120 Hunter HA.. 5 95 \11 ,net nr riverIzatlon 3 26 32 40 Unknown Co.. -:::::: U: 11. .

18. II 84 643 Southern COlenIsatlon IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII:: : 17 31 88 686 Southern et NE-------------------------!: 30' 32 640 Mluholland.1. H.
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All ______________"' _._____________ Co.-' -_ 28..8 Co__ __ 28.47 All --_______.e-------------------------. __ 30 32 620 Mulholland.2. H. n.1I
III U 84 667 Southern Colon- ____ ___ ___ ____ _
All _. 19 81 88 (33 Southern Colonization All tral"tlonal n 2r. 30 32 211 Unknown _____ 1."$
All __________ _________________________ Isatlon I I Co8068 Co'' __ 28 47 W.", of NW'4 ot NW'--------- - -- 27 30 32 110 Hunter H. A.___ ,... .J
20 U 84 641 Southern Colon- All except E% of NW---. 21 31 33 558 Southern Colonization RW'/' __- --__--__ - __- __ 36 30 32 644 Rrvan. R. F.____ 28.1" ',
___________________________ --- ____ __ ________
AJI ________. faatlon Co._. -_ 28." Co_.__ 24.57 All - __. -. -- --- -- 13 31 32 ua Southern Colone I
i ______ II 3S at 611 Southern Colon All __ _ ______ __ _:____ 27 31 U 641 Southern Colonization All . -- -u___ __ _- ___ ___ ____ . I&atlon C...____ II..'
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Al1 __________________ ________ Isatlon I CO.__ -- 2948 Co.. __ 28.47 i 14 31 32 639 Southern Colon- I
21 sa 84 6..0 Southern Colon- All _ _ __nunnn-u_ 31 81 33 (40 Southern Colonization All - - ----00-00------ t&atlon Co.____ .8.'"
All ____-________u--- faatlon Co.2916 Oo. 21 47 I 15] 31 32 639 RQuth..ra Colon-
2J U 84 'H Southern .,;Ion: as 31 38 (89 Southern . . . . . . . -- - . -
All _ ______ _____:__.u____ Colonization All - -- l&attQn Co.____ 18,47I6
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An ____ ______________________ < Co.- -- 211..8W' C'<>.__ _ 28 47 3.1 32 640 Southern Colon-
2. 33 8. 821 80'h.: .; Colon: 36 31 83 64964C Southern .. -- - --. '-
All __ Colonization All - ----- -- I&atlon Co.____ a...'
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___ 26 IS 84 820 Southern C.lonIzatlon : All H" _ --______--_______--_____--__ I 32 33 Southern Colonization - - -__u____._- _. __.. . laatlon Co.____ II..' ..
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___-_____-- -- --- Co.-- 1/i.1J/ Co 28.47 :0 RI 32 640 AoTzth.rn Colon-

211 as u. 640 ROUthrr n Culon-; All ._ __ - ----_ --_____--__--_______--_ 2 32 33 645 Southern Colon-; All _ __ ____. __ __ _ I&Rtlon Co.____ n.'?
1 I All ____________________--------------- I&atlon eo._ 00 2848 ization 28 47 21 31 32 550 Southern'; Colon-

27 1I..J.1....480 Southern Colon- __ 3 32 33 640 Southern Colonization 'II _-oonu--
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Nffi54 and 854 _e. __________ Izatlon Co.22.50 Co 28.47 22 31 32 m' Southern Colon-
21 IS 8. 641 Southern Calm- 4 32 33 __ _ __ _____ _______. __ ____
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If"I a AU _________________ _. Izatlon t Co2941 Co_ ___ 28 47 23 31 32 640 Southern 'olon-

_______________ 2\1 is 8. 6.1 Southern coAU nSO : All except NEU _______________________ 5 32 33 4(7 Southern Colonization All ____ ___.____ _____ __ I&atlon CO.____ 18.." ;
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________ laatlon I Co..._ 29.48 Co.2098 24 31 32 63R Hunter H. A.___ 1B.11

______ 38 8. IIC6 Southern Ce1onAI1 : NE% _______________________________ 6 32 33 154 SrhaafMiCannLand All __. ,--- _n_ -n-n-------------: 25 31 32 U8 Southern Colon- 0 yIzatlon
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______u________ Isatlon I Co_ 30.68 <"o 710 All. . _____--___ -- Co.-___ IB..'

______ ________ II as Sf no Southern.. ColonAl : All _.__. ___ ______ ________________ 6 32 33 632 Southern Colonization ______ 26 31 32 640 Southern Colon-
_________ ___ ___.
} ________ n Isatlon Co.__ __ 1.27 a fo._ 28 47 All -.- -- --- -- - I&atlon Co.___. 11.41 _

____p__ ____._____ -________________ 82 IS 8641 Southern lsatfon en ColonAll h-_ 2913 All -m _-__umnnnnnnn 7 32 83 640 Southern Co Colonization ____ 28 47 All - . uuuu.. .._ __ . . _ "::::7 31 32 639 Southern'; I&Rtlon Co.-Colon-___ 28.U" I Izq '

________ ______ as 31 Sf au Southern Colon All ..___ ____-------4--S-----------------: S 32 33 639 Southern Colonization __ _ _ 31 32 550 Southern Colonlit '
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All _______________n j lzatien Co29.48 Co.... ._ 28 47 All __ _ ____ __ I&atlen Co.u._ 2441

34All 33E3 at ColeIzatlonrn -- All _____ ________________________ __ 9 32 33 688 Southern: Colonization 2 9 31 32 63R Southern Colon-
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as 84 HO rn C610n- .Ml _____ ______________________________ 11 32 38 (41 Southern Colonization __. ______. _. 33 31 32 549 Southern Colon-
AJ1 _______ --------------------------- I aatlon Co.__ -- 29 48JUS Co 47 .\11 _ __uuhn. I&atlon Co.____ 2142

_.._________________________________. 1 at at HI southern zatlon CO.u Col.onI --- 29.48 All -. _____;____ _____________________ 12 32 33 642 Southern Co Colonization ; -_ 28 47 All. ... __ _uoo. . _. __ _____.___ 24 31 32 640 Southern''zRIIQn Co Colon-_ __ 18.......' "-

at at 688 southern Colona All -____ ____ _____________________ 13 82 33 640 Southern OolonIzatfqn __ . 35 31 32 64" Southern ('olonA +
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.All _______.--.----------------------- 211.48 < 28 47 II - -'. __ __
Southern Colon- ; I&Rflon Co.____ II..'
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1, All .____________n . : I&atlon C"O __ __ 21..8 Uatlon Co._ 28 47 All -. .. ._-____----___- -_-- -- -- ----
laatlon CO.____ II.."
I 4 14 u en Southern Colon- All ________.._______________ 15 32 88 689 Southern Colon- I
,f ____ I 32 32 ,
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All -____.________ u faatton Co... 29.11 Izatlon Co.28.17 All _--.. --_--____----___--_-- -- -- ?

Ii 8. at 8611 Southern Colon- All ____ ___ _____ ____________ 16. 82 as lit II Southern: ColonIsatlon : 2 82 U m batlon Co.27.11 :
-- ---- -- -- __ ___ Southern Colon.
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All __ ------------------ [aatlon Co.- :1.48 CO.oo IS." All __ _- - -- --- --- -- -- : .

____________ __ I 34 84 701 Southern ColonA11 : N'V'4 at SE%____________________-____ 17 U 88 120 Southern Colon- _____ _____ 3 a2 32 m Southern ColonIsatlon n.n -
... _.-_-a-____-- -- ---- I laatlon Co. ___ 82.11 Isatlon Co._ __ 14.111 All 00_ _ _ ________ : I:

T a4 3601 Southern Colon0 All ______ '_______________.. ______ __ 18 82 33 688 Southern ColonIsatlon : Co.__. 11.11
______________.__ a .._ 4 82 12 Southern Colonlaatlon ..
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r .AU -__.______ I..tlon Co.____ 31.27 Co..___ 21.7 All u_' .____:_______un-- n.1i /

If 34 110 Southern (:o1..on- All ___________ ___.________ ____ 19 82 S8 aas 8 uthern ColOn Ca_... 1711 .
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.All "-_.. ..__.____ C..____ .1./i. laatlon Co.____ 28.n AllI_______-.__-.u____ '
Southern &atlon Co._.... 1..0.
I t4 I. 140 Colon. y
All :_.....:......___._..._._............_. Ia.Uon Co.29.4' i and "'>41 OC28ffi54 end .. ot NW'4 al II .10 Southern CotonI&Atlon 8'A. of S,6: -tl. .' '0. Southern' CCol0n- >
btW54 Sm14_......__..._- _.._ .__._... '.
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," ., r'o r X11 I. l110 Southern Colon batlon Co.____ 28.." /I
:... .--.--- : _ _________ ______ 10' 82 U US Southern ColonIzatlon
ar ..AU' --- ----- laatlon Co.____ 29..8 II a2 8a ,as', Southern Colon- All -- _--- -- --
All _u_ ___ __________________________ -- Co.-_: 18.4?
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i .AU -______________..W_.____________. l&aUon Cn.29- 48 All __ ___ 23 82 83 6U SouthernCo.; ; i : All rxcrpt ''' ''" of SW4--------------- 11 .32 32. 664 Southern Colon- !1
13 3. a. an Southern Colon- nnuoonnnnu .___ u. I&allon CO.__:_ "..IIT11 'R

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1. 84 It 6U Southern Colon- laatlon ('0 _ 28 47 I.. "
____ ________________._____ _ .____ 32 32 240 Southern ( .
,4, p1 AU _._-..... l.atlGn Co_ __ 2948 All _____ ______________-- 25 U 38 689 Sgythern Colon. NV'. Rn.N'j, nt RE'4 'OIOAt&atlnn ;,
}11 4 Iii S" 8. 6U Southern Colon- .aRIIQn Co _ 28.47 Ca11.12 'J.11

JlU ------------:---.---------:-:------- Izatlon Co.__ __ 29.48 All _"_______________________.__ 28 82 33' 6.0 Southern ColonIzatlon \ . _ mmmu u 00 14 32 32 ft47 Southrrn Colonlztalon : 'P'.Ilf
111 84 It 8U Southern Colon- 28.47 Co.__ l8.tf
_________________________ __ Rnt 'iI; : n 32 32 401
All ______ n t&atlon Cn _ _. 29..8 All _ _:_______ 27 S2 33 639 ;; rxupt IF.'i and N'S ot SE' u u R."lh..rn ColonI I
17 at If 640 Southern Colon- uuunnun on Co.__ 28.17Colon 'Izatlon < 18.0. +
,rr". All ____--____--_.....__--___ ________ Izatlon ''' __ __ 2948 All ____ __ 28 32 33 U8 Aouthprn ;: ,\11 m.__ mun. -- um _ Ie /2: 32 637 Southern Colon-: 4iIzatlon
l y .18 84 84 680 Southern Colon-:; unnnuuunn. laRtlon Cn __ n 2817 Co.__ II.'? ; "

y- All __.-----.-------------------------- I&atlen Co __ __ II 27 \\"j n _u-----____. ________ 29 82 33 320 Rnuth'rn Colon-- All rapt' or river-------------------- 32 .12 179 Snnlhrt'n ColonIzatlon : '
19 It 3671 80uth..rn Colon- I&RtlQn H 61 Co.___ U.5t hAll ':

."' All ________..__-------------------u-- I&"tlon CO.__ h SO 68 All except W% of SE'S _______________ 30 82 33 563 R01lth..rn ColonIzatlon "H"I of r"pr____n. _ nn 211 32 82 320 Southern: Colonzatton : ..
20 334 840 Southern Colon- ('n.u 2501 / Co.__ 1111 J.
'.I n All ___________________________________ l&atlQn ('0'00 __ 29..8 N'1 ____ ___ ___ 31 3233 U4 Southern ('nlonlaatlon All u __ u _ ___ -- _._- __--____,__ rl 32 33 636 Southern Colon-00 ,
1 21 84 84 641 80uth..rn Colon- uunnn. Co _ H 33 lzatlon CO:_ __ 28..11 .." > ,
i AU ----------------------------------- SouthernColon 29.U All except W54 of NW54 and E% of E54' 82 U 33 .00 Southern Colon- .\. unnu:2 32 32 642 S<.ulhern Colon- -r
:wf 22 II 84 889 Izatlon Co.18.08F.54 tzatlon Co..___ 22.4?

:. AU ________________ ________' __ Isatlon Co.__ 29.8 of E',4________________n"'n' _______ 82 U U 180 SchaafVeCann1.and ;N'4; and S"\u _unu_________ 2. 32 32 478 Southern Colon-
o 28 It a. GU Southern Colon:0 : CO._ _ 7 lIB Izatlon Co. ._.. 11.1. o
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0- I. at 8. 6.0 Southern Co_._ 28." IU7 :

Y. All ___________________________________ .. laatlon Ca.Colon-____ 29..8 All ___nnnnn____________________ Sf 82 83 840 Southern ColonIsatlon : All except S'" at 8W'4nn_ _ 25 32 32 561 Southern CColon; ..::,'
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Au --------------.------------ batlon CO.__ h 2P..8 All ________________________ 85 sa IS 840 Southern Colonlzatfon : AS4 of 8" -' ____--_--_-- _____ 25 3_. 32 80 Rhut... E. F_____ I.. .
JI 34 34 a..o Soulhernolon- nnU Co.__ 28." All -- __ ___ ____ ____ ___ 26 32 32 840 Southern Colon- >
All ---------------------------------- illation CO'h __ 88 sa 33 138 Southern ColonIsatlon ;: I&atlon ____ II.." 1'
29..8 AU _.:.________________________ Co.
27 8. It aSIl Southern Colon- hun Co.__ __ 21." All ---___________________________ 2- .2 32 842 Southern Colon- '.'

All ----------------------------------- I.atlon CO.__ __ 2P..8 All ___________________________________ 1 IS U 845 Southern ColonIsatlon : I&Atlon Ca____ ....,... :"'
18 at 24 881 Southern ColonA11. Co.___ 28.ta 1C'z ot SE'4 andNW'4 end SF.y.211 32 32 400 Southern Colon ... a'Izatlon "
________________---------------- 9: a8 88 aas Southern ColonIsaton .
I&Atlon Cn.__ u 29..8 Atl ____________________ Co____ 160/
4 _ .- .. -- 39=34 a. .n 8outh"rn-C } nI&atlon / 29 taI&Atlon All reel ot river ot NE V ot NF.44------ .9 32 32 40 Southern Colon ..

-A11-;:=.;;:;:=;::-----::.----------------- Co.____ 21..8 _________________________________ a 38 IS 887 Southern CoCOlo nAka ;: I&atlon Co.____ I..' ;..
10 If It 681 Southern Colon- Co..._ 19..8 E'oiI and R'V% eat ot rlvHu________. 33 32 32 479 flouth..rn Colon \I'
All ----------------------------------- laAtion CO.__ ._ 1..1 All st'O'pt W% er 8ffi54____;_____:_____ 4 IS U 17\ Southern CQ.lonlEation (zatton Co.__. 11.1. t4
.. ., 11 at at He Southern Colon- Co.__ 00 26.19 A------------------------------------ 34 32 32 en Southern ColonIsatlon :

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la If 34 689' batlon Co.___ 2'.n All ___ ___ 36 32 32 ;: HII
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aa 34 at au Southern Colon- Co.____ 28. \ __ ___ _ _______ 38 32 32 8U Southern Colon- ,;.
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1J 14 34 at HO Southern Colonl9.48 I&atlon Co.__ __ 29.48 All exc.-Pt E% of NW" ____huUU 1 83 32 65a 80uth..rn Colon"II :

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21 14 at NO Southern Colen26 I Izatlon'Co.____ 1'.8 except N" of NEIL ________________ 2 81 34 548 Colon f
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eh 1 II at U. Southern Colon- izatlon Co____ 19.48All All __ __ ___________._____ ______ ___., __ 4 U U m Southern ColonLot.
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I II If 110 Southern Colon- Izatlon Cor:____ 29.48 land 7------------_____ _________ 6 83 82 n Southern Colon- .t

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.. 1 II 3tt/ Southern Colon7 Izatlon CO.u_ 29.48 All ____ ____ __________________ __:.-B 83 U 840 Southern Colonf'4t1.."-
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_.--------------- Co.___: 11.4$ _ 2948 All _--_ --___--____--_____________.__ 18 33 32 m Southern Co.
tl6 7 II 34 au Southern ColonAU _. 17 SS SS 840 Southern Colon- Colon-
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laatlon o : u.n Co.____ 19." ________ _______. 15 83 32 HO

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,; .All -____________ Co'___:' n.n nnn ---' ------------. Southern Co____ 2948 1, 5. 6. 10. Un-n__ 17 U 32 US Southern Co.____ 8111Izatlon

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t faatlon Co. .,_ 21." ----------------- _____ II IS U
8 ; : ---- It II U $40 Southern Coloni4 All _________________.________ 243 SI 140 .(Southern Colonization au Southern Cotoa.I..... Lq
'Aurs""-, "TO -" I.atloo Co.____ 39.4$ Co. SI 48 BE'" of NW54 aDd W% of NW d and laatton

I L. 1 .. tl II If 440 Southern COIODI All except NH of NWH---_-_ II WSSK.ISUBoutherrf Colon- SW", ------------------------______ at U 12
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\... lsatlon C0. It." C<).___. 11.10 II' Southern Cofop- t ...

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..A1t. ....--..--..__________.__"'_.___-____ ,II II 'II .41 Southern' I.atloa 00.Oolon"aUOD _._-_ 2L4. Lot Cots'1 1 f..nd blocK't block.1___tJ._.._.._____._______.___?.._y .. 1.., Miller PoneS. 31r l"R L.___.._ 1.11 Lot Lote II 71..'71. 11...______:.;:..._._ II I. 11 '11 lit.wart, r. 0._. .I/i
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,All --- ______ __ 00.___.. lf.41 Lot 11. block 13.____. ____ ___ .. 6 Naxo' Semlnol.-Land ---Lni.-%.--' :: ----,. 11 .0 Vtok.R. Cpl" sift r
--- __ __.__.. is .1 .l .1/0 Turn.r. 8. W.__ ....1.,, Lot '. block' ---- ? Mr- r._,., .1.1' A ..,,0. :ltub.elIY. 01' ..
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"All.. east OLrlv.r.' .__-__________________. II II II' .00 Southern Colon Lots 1 and 4,II--r--block 14_ _.________ .' 8 Wrla-bt. J. A.____, 1.1' HE.f NI:'4 and W% Of .Nffil4 ud '

P:!' ', All. ------.-..-..----__.__________-..___ U_ II $2 $40 Southern l.aUon 00.Ooloq-_..__ 11.1 Lot Lot.7.3 block and 8 tt. block fo--____t/.a.___,_:_----a-____.____?__. ." .10 10 B..tt.W.IIL O.,, F.W., K.__ 1.7.t.7' Lot 811I 10 ef.,::1'1'11I,' ._% ,,of_..NWI4"___....._..._._____;, ,17"7 26 11.1 11 j. 'oat.'J p. ,P.. .
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&IT." t.bu.w..t rlw+K II II, u. Lot 14. block 24w.------,_....' \6Llmb.ck. P.__._ .81 Seminole Land k leis Co.'. Sub.dl.of . y
Let is : 34----. ___________,_ I lots
Umbeclt. F.1.12. 1. 8. I. 4. 6 and tr
.......v.IP..b.DIv..2 I Kann. Mrs. A.__ ..0 I.ot.i block 86---_ ________ 112\6 ofNWt4
W34.t 1E34' I.1 11 Lot I., block ______-__ I DarbrebI: O. A 1.1' "nd SW% of NW" ...; i...., It 21'Il .
'Lot. ----------,.,------_____________ 10 'Unknown 15_______________________ 1 BrLnahalL! !. 19_ 1,11 Loa I' ___. : + a. ."
.\ of NW of W .. . 17 II ___.,,_ 1.1'6 FI.rt. D...... La.d C.... ..b-dlv. ? ?---.- .a. +",--_ -1 I 8.mtnol.Lud A
'. ---------- ----, It 10 BeminoleLed .. x.. Lot Iav Co.._ Ill

.N.4 of 8WI4 of BWI4 of SEI4! and SIII Inv. 00.__.,__ 1.82 Lot.Let 11 14; black I..-... :___.____.::..___ 10 O'N.al. Wm.__ t.7.. Lot'- ______._________ 'I
Unknown
of 8W'4 of 811I'4__________________ and 15. block 1---------____ IS Ru..11. R. Lot 9 $9 0 .,_ .
.0 U R.8.80 .
$1' 11 --- ..... $1
Pott.r. Hr.. O. Lots 10. 21 --------------- (
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IHio of 8111 and W ----_____!:.________ 1.14 It .00 80utb.rn.Oolon. I.U Lot I. block 22.... block____3___.._______________ 'I :RuaILR.: R-._ 1.8 Lot U _-__ __-.------------ ------ 39 1.1: Haluow.'__.. .
1 -- ___.__ 20 Lot :::: .91
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A4 .ut of rl r__________:.____________ H .. II 7 Southern Colonlaatlon ,-, 11.71 Lot. 10. 21 Ii I.block 6-------------------. 10 Ru..n. R. R.___ 1.44 Lot 14 ---------- -------------- :: 34 Unknown Unknown _-_: :$1
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., AU __ ______ .. 00.____ 1.05 : Lot 1. block 8__,_..._____ Ru..IL R. R.___ 4.4 Lt 36 :-::::::::::: : It ti
n __________ 1. 14 II 1140 "Moody" Shlpper 1'.11'' Lot 1. block 10 Ru..11. R. R._._ 1.5 : ::::===== It II It 9 Unknown '-=:: :
All east of river::::._::::::___.______ 11 t4 I. IIU Southern Colon. Lot. I and 7.I----r-----------bioOK 1.__ 20 Strong. 8. H.____ 1.5 Lot 71 -------------________----_____ 81 31 I Flarla' 3. P._ ::1[
_____1------- 11 McAdoo 8. Lot 7. ,, ____ ___ ._ 99 II __
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AU.'eut Of river_____ __ ________ II I. It no laatlon Co.__.: ..... Lots Lot 1. block 11_______________________ 10 Ru..IL R. R.A.1'.50_:_ I.T' Lots 74. -97 and -10-------------------- I. 86 11 I I Unknown _...... .11
"' Southern I. '.'
;: Colon- 4. block JCaufma A.
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l.aUon Lot 2. block ________-_____ .0 Smith F. A.____ 4.41 Seminole Land .. In. Co.'s Sub.dIY. of __ III
All ______ Co.21.18 14-----_____________ JO R..nar. all except e'4 of 8''I' of BE1$0 2.
----------------------------- 14 14 11 640 Tots !6. U. K.------ l.n .1
All -----------...__-; __________________ II 14 11 1140 Moody Southern Skipper Colon 1'.11 Lot. 1 t0 8 n.Inclusive block I----------------and 11. 80 Smith F. A.-__ 4.47 Lots 80. 61. 71. 104. I1t. 19.$0. I' It 10 8.minol.Landi n

l.aUon Ca_::__ block ).1--, 15 Fla Drain.... Land _
II.U __.._ 71\
All --- --------------------- Lot. 14.41 Lou I and 9.:----- ________ $0 21l 1 Vandr.upn U
All easof river---------------- ::::: 36 2e :: II lIg: ruOt1.S ColonA11 "..11l.aUon l.ot. I.10 4.and 7. 8.11. block 111____..________ 10 Ru.s11. R.. R._. '.44 Lot 10 ----h-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_________ S0 I9 81 : 'Llnootn. 1 H. 0. .' a
9. block 17_______ _____ 50 14 _____ u. ...
Russell _...____ II
_______u___ ________________ Co.____ 4.4 Lot Lot.4. block 1.________________________ II Todd. H.R.___R._______ 1.1 4.10 Loot U -------------------------- ----::__. Ig 11 I Rowland M.m.: ._ ..1
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All east of river------________-_______ 1 15 11 840 80 Moody SOlIth..rn Skipper Colon 11.18 Lot. 6. 1.-1.a. 7. block 8. block 11..____________ 80 Kyte. O. H._____ ".70 Lot 18 _____u____________________.___ 20 II II : Boy WII.\Iam._. J. F.Eat.P_ .11
22------------------ 40 Russell Lot 11 __________________ .0 ..1
Lot t. R. R.___ 1.44 nn _____ 11.1 1
1C% of 8E'4 of SIII'4 of SW'4.------ l.aUon CO.n_ 4.14 Lot block 17__________,______________ 10 Savoy. E.-_ 1.6 Lot 88 _nuu_________-____ ._ i Shaman 0. W .. .1'
18 III 10 5 Donegan A. E.. 29 block 80__________________ ___ 10 Lot 15 : 13 11.1 Unknown ..,
Sexton 8. __ ._______ __ ooz--
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N. W Cor of 8111 ( of SIII'4. run S. Agt. 1.01 Fl.. F..lt block. .1.____...__ 80 Smith. F. A.____ 11.41 Lot 1If -------u____________ .0 I{ 31 s __ .11
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( il0 ft.. E. no ft.. N: 110 f.t.. W. 410 'Lots .. 10 Belt ".1.. c.. Lb .I.... N. I 1 Lot. 116 alld __________________-_____ .0 I' It 10 Tbom O. __ ./S. ii
feet ---- -- --.i--------- and 11. block 1______________ .0 Bullock S. H.. Lot 78 _____________._________ I' .1.1 2 A.____ 1.IC
N. 3 rBT5ii' iB.E: U 25 10 I Davl. Wm.hU 1.51 Lot 1&0 -_-__ __ Mar/an. M. __. .11
acres W. : Lote 6. trustee ___ '..a n -______-__.. .0 .1 It I
Cot;. of NW'4 of 8W 1i run-W. lU% "..t..7...8. block 5____ __________ 10 DeVault.:1. 1.-on__ 8.61 Lot 111 ___u_______________________4 10 .1.1 I Goo Oa/n.a. L .11 l
'i N. 184 Yda. E. ui % yd... s. 214 I.nt 26 e.I..I..tI._ Cwl. Plat .ft Lot 116 ___uu______________.___ .0 I' 11 I : yd.d to Belr_______________________ .,.Yt.+tM 2'14 lot nh III _______________________ _: 5 U 14 11 Marshall B. F._ .LU Seminole Land .. Inv. Co.g Sub.dly. of B.gg.. O. H.__ ..,
ICb4: lea NHy of SIII NE and B... 8. W. I ZtI 30 2 Orlmdt J. A._ __ 4.01 _--______________________-_ 5 15 14 10 Southern Colon all except. N4i of NWI4 of NEI(.___ .1 II 11

t?. Ch.Cor.. of E. 1.17 NW',4 Ch.of.. S. I.n.Ch.run. W.N. '1.17.17 Lot 20 _hh.h__________-______= 7 U 14 10 Southern futlen Co.Colon-____ 1.10 Lot Lots 15 I' and_$0------------------------ 11.1.1.1 10 I Johnaop" 1{. H._ .11.

Ch.. Ie.. Bell' 1110 n. E. of N. W. Lot 16 ________. Fry. a.---. .1.1
; a .o Lot 6 .t6lsatlon -n _____ .1 '1'1 a
Cor of said 40. run S. UO ft., W. UO and E 4 lot 7___________________. 8 III 14 10 Southern Colon- Lot II _nnn__-_________________ 11 I{ 81 I Unknown ____ .11 r ,

ft.. N. UO ft.. E. 110 ft.------------- Lot 18 ____ ________ Co.____ '.10 Lot 4J __ -_____n_____________________ It 11'1 I UnknowQ'A.A_. .1'
18 26 80 178 Wilcox W. H __ 20.119 15 85 Whltn.y ... Y
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NW'4 of NW'4 and N% of SWVt------ 84 10 Unknown __ Lot 44 __ __________
Lot 10 ____ 1.5 ------------------- .1 .1.1 I J.
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II III 29 no Donegan A. E.. - -- - ---- --__ --------------- III 15 14 10 Southern Colonlsatlon Lot 85 hn-'____._____________ .1 .1.1 1 Carter 0.___ .1'

BW'4 of SW'4 less n"lI' 8. W. Cor.. run Agt.------- 7." Lot I' Co.___< I.U Lot 126 ------- 31 .6 II Thompson, J. L .11 ?
N. 140 yd.. B. 110 .... S. 140 yd.. --- -- ------__--___________--___ 4 14 II 20 South.rn ColonE Seminole i.rii .: Co.'s ;'biiV-: I Smok. 8 ___..,. .IS

W.J. J.1\0 K yd.n_.'. .....-DI.... .r _Part_-___.f___-_ 1 15 2P 34 Rolfe. O. A.h_ I.n Tot% lot 6 H______ ______________________________ 5 14 II JO Unknown falcon <:. .=_::=_ 1.66.30: Lot all 61 -:::=::::-:::::::::::::::::::::= n 35 39 II I 't

Lot. U and V.u_____________._.__., 10 26 It W __________________ 8 iii 20 Unknown _-_ ___ S.mlnol.LeD
. WI.of BWy. of NWt ______ _____ 10 Hott. M _-_n___ 1 T' K lot 5__ .-_______.___-___________ II 34. 33 IO Southern 1.111 .Lot 41 92 Inv. 00.____ 1
Colon- ------------------------- U I 1.1 '
B.II'. S. W. Cor. .of eWI4 of 8W'4. run 11 25 It 80 Donegan. A. E.__ I.oe Lot 24 o;. Isatloll Co.____ "I.II ;.et. 7and i4$1 3. 11 10 Brk. T._____ : 1 I. .
N. 440 ft.. E. 1t0 ft.. S. 440 feet.. W. - --- --hU--------u__:..__ 14 Ea 10 Southern Colon Lou 110 and 111---------------------- .1 3$ II Ie Tong... C. 8.__ 1'1'r"J.

f90 tt. tsallon Lot 111 __ _________________ ____ Kirk. T. ________
WI4 lot 11_ ... Ca___ UII -- -- -- 3. 1{ 11 I
B ag./0ttN.of8.WCor;:. T8w6r 11 26 It 10 SlIa& L________ 172 --- --- --- ---- ___ ___ 10 14 II 10 Southern Colonisation : ,Seminole Land" 1nv. Co'. Rub-dlv, of Crumm, J. i1.__ .11

0# SW'4. run N. 440 ft.. m. 1t0 ft.. S. N% lot Co.____ 1.10 all Frac. ..xr"pt Eg of Ni 4 east of i
440 fL. W. 990 1---------------------------- 10 14 U JO Southern Colon- canal and 814 of SE'4----_____.___ II $6 11 ,
ffi!:% of 8W%. of ...ft------N--W-. --f--S-III-- 11 IS II 10 SI1&11.. Alex______ '.It E% lob 19--n Lot 17 ______--__-_____________--____ It 3. 11 I ,;
of Nm'4- and S% of 811I'4 of NIIIandN" L ot- ____ __ _______ 10 14 II 111 Morgan.AoS.;: ::: 1:3:: 8.I''not Lad A L3.
-- - -- -- _____________ 11 8it 10 Lot JJ _._ __
of 8E'4 and 8W% of SE- Southern Colon h nunnn _____. $8 .1.1 I HaiL L. 1f ...rt
NW'4 bfNW% of sW'4-------------' 11 %5 U 170 Hunter N. A.___ 10.15 Let 10 _ lsatlon Co. I.U Lot 114 ___n._____________________-___ .1 11.1 I .
NIII% of NW of 14 %5 U 10 Don..a",, A. E.__ 1.11 ----------h--n___ It 14 U 10 Southern Colon--- Lot 1111 u.n________________________ .. .1.1 I 3ack.on. W. A.Tlf:_ ..1

NI4. of 8W'4 of 8W--n------d--N-711 14 36 U 10 Wbltthard. 8. M. 1.12 rat n ____________ lsatlon Co._ 1.66 Lot. 'I and n__________________-_____ 2. .1.1 10 R D.nying_. 1L ..5 '
- _______________ 11 14 II to Lot. 101 and 10._ ______ _ 3. R.-_ 1.94
0' SE of NWI4 of Lot 8 Unknown _.::.:.: 1.36: _ __________ at II 11 Ie
8' of lands .SW--d--t---N--I- 14 IS II 10 13a1-mon. 0..T.__ 1.41 Lot 19-- h ---------__________________ 14 .4 I' 10 Unknown Seminole Land t Inv. Co.'. 8ub-dl. ef Wblt., N. R.___ Las
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Ollcrea.e. - -- -- ___________ 17
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.on Smith and Don",.a n: Sout ern Colon. except timber lease to the Ei.almmee .-

al.o ten of .way--------------platu of Gllcbrlat and__ R.__-R.rlI'bt -. 11 26 U 40 .Lot ----'u_________________ 18 84'83 10 Southern lsatlon Co.ColonLot --_: UI Lot t h_ -Lumber---_----_Co----------------___________ ____ 4 4 17 27 .1 11 i Beminol. >
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Mlller J. Wh 21.44
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NW... of SW% of NE1ft 18 11 la.tlon Co._ I.U lay.
S" of 8Eor8W%. of NE14---- 18 16 25 U 2P 10 Klmball.A.S.. __ .n Lot 18 _-h- - ------------_------- 14 II U HII..elerdJp.h 1.11I Lot .1 __ nu_ __________________ 4 IT n I 3no.wkl. L99 ,

Beg. 8. E. Cor. of 'lot 4. Sec. 18.5-*. 5 Unknown _hh_ .71 Et4 lot 30--------h-----\8___ _._ ____________ _______ 84 8S 10 Unknown __:___ 1.111 Lot 40 nh.h_________._____________ 4 .7 11 I Unknown H I .71 .F'
run W. 48 yd.. to P. road then N II 34 sa 10 South.rn Colon Lot .1 _h un_____________ 4 .7.1 I Fa' H. - .9''''

along .ald road 7,1 Cb... N: 711 deg. N% lot 31_ _______ __ lsatlon Co. _ Lot II ::!::____nu_______________: 4 .7 $1 I Unknown B.------
8.11 Lot hhh .. _________ II 14 II It : 1:8: Lot ___ ___ _____ ________ ___ _---- 71
E. 8.. Cn.. B. II d.. .0 mIn.. E. 15 --- -----__________ McReynolds, J. W. : \2 - -- -- 4 IT .1 8 O. .73 ,+ Jre,
Cb. 'fl P. road theft W. alonll' ...112 Lot. U and 30----------------------- It 14 U 20 H. W.__ 1.81 Lot ---- 4 17.1 i Dp I[. -------_
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road 7-15 Ch. to S. W. Corof SW'4ft' W % lot 1------------------ II 14 II to Madrson. H.____ '.115 -----f------------------ D JBemlnol. -" T2 .I'
A"'Lt. AA" ._ II_ .. th..n. A, _______ 13 I. 22 10 Rn..thAPR r,..I..__ ..xc"ot lea... to tbe KI._ ,.

iha-to-B.- _::_::_:::_:::::__ :_.::: 111 2tI U II Bogart A._ _ __ II U 15'4 lot II _n.h___ ______________ --fsalton; Co-:::_= 1.10 Immee. tmber Co:: -.:-__.- _= I 1 31 .,
B.i' N. W. Cor. of NW'4 e' SE%. run Lots 18 and 19__ -______ 18 84 II 10 Mcculeheon 0. W. ,90 Lot. t and 11___________________ 11 1} _k. .
___ f .
___ 5 .
S. to yd.. E. 110 vd... S. 115 y b.. E. ------- __ n 34 II to Soothers 001_. Lot 48 -______________n____ ________ '7'1 f Shiver to.Qj. .

140 yd.. N. 110 yit... W. .00 yds.IA i6 29 10 Unknown ____ Lot 22 o IsaUoa CO.___ '.111 Lot 61 -__________________________-__ I *! J 1 S Hoffman. J. W...
1.81 -
B'% of BW'4 .of Sm'4 __________________ 18 26 It to Earl. A. C.____h__ 4.47 Lots !ici- i::::::_:::;::::::::::::::::: :: U -- 26 Johnson V. s. Lot St ___u i______ ________________ t JJ J} -J .Davidson, L. P..,. '.,,.I
________ _______________ Lot 16 38 40 C. 1:1: __ I
8Ef% of BE%. J8 III It 40 Ste ben.. F. M._ I.n ------------------u______ Elden. : _____:: : fco't'.Viiiniiiiiii! 1 I J I! Addl.; S ---/t w
'J
NW'i of N % _--___--________________ 1\1 26 It 40 Bogart A. .U 24 14 13 20 Southern Colon_ : ---- 1 t7{ 11 : h

E"% of Hy4 of NIII'4 of NB14----------- 30 III U 10 S..er.trom'-. E. ... 514 lot ]-_ --__--______________________ .. Is.Uon Co.____ I.U Toot 88 .- ________-r -- -* I f Hana U' 71 i
N'W'4 of NEt4 ___-------------------n- .0 15 U 40 Unknown ____ 4.11I 84 as 10 Southern Colon- 101 ___ __ __ _--,---::._ :__ 1"1 I SKirf H. 71
Park Gardens, A .ubdlvl..lon of part. Lob 6 and /____________ I.atlon CO.____ 1.ln Lot 107 : :::j__n n = I i ) *-.- .7"'
of S.c.. II and $3. TR 15, Rk. I'. and E% lot 28--------------------------------- to Unknown __h__ 2.26 8emlnole Land C..'.Sub-dh't i -

,. Dart. of SfOC. 4 and 6'F 24 Rill' II.fJ'W"4 Lot II --- - - -------- ___________ 10 Wat.on. E :1..__ .to all except tlmbeVj**** to the Xla. .
of SE'4 and W4 of SE'4 I of SEti U 26. IP 110 Tucker W. Rh_ 10.09 N4 of lot 24. __________-_-_-_-____________ IS 14 II to 10h .on. G. R.__ 1.815 LolmTrnr Lumber-c-iiiii __""_ I .? $1
811I' of SW'4 ___ ___________________ __ n 26 IP .0 Tucker Daisy 11.88 Lot 4 _hUU________________________ IS 14 II 10 Allen J. M.____ ..0 d II- ::-:------- I 11 10 L .
Lot. I. t. 14. U. 19--------------------- U $6 II E34 II I' Southern ColonIutten Lot hU__ __-____________________ I .7.1 I R.T.le ---- '
110 Nelson L H'h_ 8.48 I
Lot ___ ______ ___ I .f'I .
Lot 7 and fractional HEY of SW'4 of Co.1.65 n 1'1 I
NW'4 ___hUuuuhnh-- U 15 U 15 Sn'der. A. M..u 1.17 Lot : -------------------------------------4- --,---- _. :: 18 29 R.ater H. A.- Lot 60 _xv_h___:______:::::::::___: I 17.1 6 feSFH : $' _l ;+

Lot to ___ h _ ____ __ __ ______ __________ U 26 U JO Wlld"r. E 0.. __ 200 Lot-U -- .------____--____--_____-_-__ -as- l32 20 WI..t.: .-_::: u: Lot 71 Vn-d-T3iiiiiiiiii- I .7.1 I UnkDewa ,
Lot U II It 10 N.I.on. 1. H.__ 1.19 34 U .10 ..".th.rn Colon- late 7! I 1 11 I' 8umea. :
4-------------------------------- 4 Lot 8 _________ _._____ I.aUon Co.____ lot I I.i.1:
16 I' 10 McFarlin. T. H 1,11 -- -- ____=__= 1 ?2iiiiiiiiiiii::::::::::: 1 1
Ldt Lots to and 21______________ n n to Lueaa. 8. 1\(.____ 1.61 Lot I wS A. .
:11 -------- -- ------- Nelson Roalty Co. 1.79 __________ I l"1 .T2
8'.4 3 and i% of 8E14 t8W%::: : un :: Wallace. J. S.___ 16.6! Lot 19 _____n________________________ I 81 It to Unknown h--i.- I.U Lot 114 I I I 6 J. .T3'
Lot 1 and NEI( of NWt4__________.___ 8 III 2. 85 Wallace. 1.8.__ 180 N% of lot 11__________________________ .2 U 10 TholftJl.on. R. V. 1.815 Semlnol. ------------------------0-
ifly4 of SWy4 ---------_---_----------- It III 29 80 Cbpley E. 1.____ 11.88'' Lot 14 __ -____________________________ .2 U sa 10 Blerek.. 1..______ .eo al .
W'4 of NE .____________________n_ 2 26 U 40 Smith. J. R.____ 1.81 3 15 as U Southern Colon KI..lmmec Lumber Co-------- T JT JJ

BE"E6of of SWI4-------------- 2 III 18 40 Wpl..h. C. H..___ 1.01 Lot. 18 h'_______.____________________ I 115 13 10 Southern I.atlon Co.Colon-____ 1.81 Lou --__ __; ____.--____ 7 I 1 I .11 ..I.Len4 A

8. $10 F4.. W. 440 yd.. N. 70 )'d&.. E'4 lot t/______________________._._____ l.aUon Co.____ 1.66I iMt 26 _-_nh___ _______-__,--_---_--_-- I 7'1. :Riwvinr.QpM.E. avrr 1..TI"


N.E. 110 no 1'd.yd..... E.N. no no yd.yea._.__W."___lie____yd.___._, 5 IS IS ,49 Cart..r-tHan Lat 11 h______--.__________,____-______ II 15 .. 10 10 Southern SOuthern I..Uon CO.Colon Colon____ 1.10 Lot Lot totl.| _ii-iiiiiii:':_,_.-...:--_:_:_:.:.:.:.:.:-:_::._._:__.:.: 7 7 13711.7.1 1'1 | Fuloa.Fordi Cv...::..:- :'I.. ?

Realty Co.____ 4.n '
Vndl. % Tnt In. SW'4 'of NE'4 and Lot 81 < Iwtlon Co.____ Lot Tl and Tl--------------"-"-- 7 10 HoDkln wa
--- 1.111
------------- __ i 1 1
------- Sub d1v. ryl
NEY, o.f 8E-------+=____________- I IS U '80 McQuire. R. E.__ 1.81 Lot 1 -- ---------------_____ I IS II Ie HUII'.ndorf A..r 0. 1.5 Seminole Land A Inv Co.s lease Ial
JD\6 of lot .1... a strip 11 ft. wide off E'4 lot .- -1 .5 II 10 Unknown ,__ ., 1.5 FractL except tmbr h
----- .
-
- ------- f
8. end also lot 4., I... 11 acre. own W% 10\ I --------.A--_- _-a 15 .1 10 Cordons. T.,,.._.. ..0 LotN4l" to Kls.imme umbr Co___ r, .1' .,
'I ad by W. L. Mosele7 and I" acre 1p Lot 1 ---- .5 .1 Ie O"d. A. A----- -. ..: .-_....._ e.-----., I-s 17 11 '. to, '
1 . ---------.- -------- ____..____. .0 ; "mlnol.LaDd.
8. W. Cot. to T. O. Hoffm.n. and 1 "- ,;'\" Lot 1 ".---.. ...... U 15 U 10 Unknown ;' ,1.1 '-y
II, acre.quare InS. E.' Cor. to F.H., ,>,, .._". !. ; e eTlner ,t. .-'""" ---'- ,- _._____ '1 II a. .0 Southern Colon, Lot IT .,..._,...,.:.-...___-*_._:...'..." -.-r . J! I '! JyhlPPl*. a.._ .1*}

;: and 140 yds. square In N. Eo' .. . Lot 10 --.::- : '.' IUon t oL.L6;; Lot R ._============ 1 O1 'Unknown ;

'C or. --___;.:..___________-___- 12 IS U 10 RoU. O. A.____ 4.111 ------j.---------------------- 10 Southern Colonn Lot =.-=.--- -: --- t '.I 'Unkaown ?-,.r/r;
aesMld6 ft.. W. of N.linetofcNW Fla. N'4 lot .I--_-------------_ _____....__ nCceC 1.61 Lot ST"i-------------O---..--8--b-d-I---r ** .Unkpown ...... .,.
and on ofl1ll'4. LoU -h----h______ 11 15 as 10 Fiddler. ::: : Seminole ; Z
\) run W. UII ft.. S. 1t7 ft.. 1i:. to Lot 211 and W K lot 11I_-_______________ 10 15 31 20 Unknown nh 1.IS alt except timber leas to tb. KU.rnmee '
right of then northwesterly I If 3t 10 Southern .. Lumber Co---------------- 9 II.
said Wa1' of to Beg----- Lot II ___ ____ IsaUon Colon Lot 4 --___--___..___iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi: 9 i? S Kent B. R-__ ?
Co.__ _
along right way 13 25 U 1 Wilson Mr. Ola - h n ---- --------------a- Southern __ 1.10 Lot. 41 and ________________________ t .7 I '10 Ti r. '

Be' Cor of lot deeded. to Henry V.------------ ,.J.02 8V. lot I' __ __--__--___-__--_________ l.aU.n Co.Colon____ 1.115 Lot III __-"- _:-____:__________: 9 17 1 I{ I .. SJE,- .."!! ,

\vllaon. run northwesterly on right lot 11 --- -- _ __ --____---_--__________ 14 35 U 10 McR.ynold. E. R. ..0 Seminole-Land k Inv.: a'. ; I I Unknown. __-= .'
. of way 1011 ft.. W. 180 ft.. B. 105 ft., Lot 7 -__ - __ __ ____________________ ___ U 'U U 28 EboulI'h. J. fL__ 1.11I B'r\VH I Except timber lease-i-'cl-i
E. 160 13 14 28 24 15 II 10 Southern Colon
'4 Flu..llon. r.fr.. 1.89 '
Beg. .II$ .:tL-----------------: 'da Lot'!/ ---- IsaUon CO.. __ 1.115 .mmee. Lumber COZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ill % \I\
run northwesterly 110 ,'d..; W. 441yd& Lot I __ _--r-__ __ h ___-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_--_-__-_--__-_--__-_--_-_ 25 35 II 20 Unknown ______ 1..5 Lot _hnu_____ __ I t Qlb.on. D.H.J.----- '."$
.. 8. no yd. E. 411 Ida___ ____ ___ 13 25 28 ao Howard H. H'h 5.M 35 n 20 Southern Colon- Lot 86 .__ ____ : .7 I l Norril .'1I

N'4 of NE'4. of NS'4 -__hhhh_ ____ 24 25 2A 20 Unknown _ 1.18 Ny. lot 1T__- _______:_________________ a'c' o. 166 Lot _-LanA vinvCo:8- : oi 10 I I Br..n. 8."__ .,.
S4" of SW'4 of NEh __ .__ __ __ -. ____ 24 25 28' ao Orang"r. L.'h un 1260 Greeter. 25 35 32 10 : ;..:.: __ .f1 8lmtnole I of" 8E"nd! 8BH of ?
, Bpg. III''%" ft. E. of K. "'. Coe of NE'4 Lot 9. block 8-_______________.______ __ N" Nor N .
of 8E%.. run 8. 481 ft.. E. 411 oft. N. Lot 19. block 10_______________________ I.uca. S. M.-- .61 and NE'4 of SW------------- I 30 e

15. ft.. E. to range" line thence N. 70yds. Lot I. block .I1_________ _____ __________ Bund o u1.t. E. __ .61 l..ot. I and__ 14-------------------------_ :_:::::::: ____ __ 1 .0 10 8tow.IL .V.__. jjj
___ ___ _ __ Lot f II Manning 1-
.. then W. to Beg 24 25 28 8 Ingram L H.13.40 Haterl.ad. HllgendorQ A. C. .61 1.0
Beg. N. E. Cor of lot .. run W. 1.16 Cha.. Lot a. block 4_-----__---__ ___________ Lot 1. - :::-_-------:::_-::::::-- t SSSSTf&z

8. 1.54 Ch.., then northeasterly along Lot 9. block / _-_____________ _______ ___ Havwaro. F. 0.. .81 L! Ss ..____._______hU____________.__ J .31.0 11.0 Unknown fcij
right of 3119'4 Ch... N. 5.11 Cr.. o..a. Outhrle. L A.___ a-__
way .61 ____ ____ ._ __ }
to B"If. __ ___ ,_ __ 36 25 18 1 Unknown __ ___ 1.16 Lot 10. block 9_______________________ Lot Its -- -:_--_-_ : -- : 1 1.0 SSSln"iii!
Beg 10% : W. of center run Lot block 10------------------------ Johnson O. R._. .61 Lot 111 --------------------S--b-d----r I u -

N. 20 ch"..: W 2V. Chs.. oJ Soc"C Lot 15. block 15u---. ___ Redwood :So L._ .61 Seminole __ __ __ ' .
m. I'%" Ch.n\----------u-n 1 16 28 5 May"r&. R. F.___ 1.81 Lot 18. block 25---------------------__ Fllkk.m.. J. 1"._ .61 ?% of NE'4 and 8E'4 __ 10 1 "
NE'4 except E4 of E.; .4 of NWIj(, of Lot 11. block 36___________ __________._ Fllkk..m.. A. M. .61 Lot 94 I.di .- ...-bcil-; -of S Hoffman, J. H_. 1.1' ;
NIC'4 __ 00 ____.. ___ ______ ___' 2 IS 28 158 .liJm It h. C. D.____ 7.45.. Lot. .1 and 24. block 11 --h-u----n- Johnson C. .11(.__ .61 I 10,1.0 /
-II,.,'" A' N1lLt.' n' NW'Lt.' .n"- NW'v. .,r"NW1.2' 8fOmlnol. Lano! .. Inv. Co.'. S b-dlv. ..f fI..va. P. uu_ __ .'n. alL1ept N'L qr l% --u1 -------.-- _ .
and KWU of 8WV4 d"N"V", NEt ..nd E of 8E" and NE'4 of n -d---Inv.: Co '.-Sub-dlv;- of I n iV I VUOWI_____ ;u.
of S E'4 and SH of 8H less rUht of of NW'4 and Sof NIII'4 -1 1"L of ;
NW'4------------
r war of A. C. L. R. U. and section NW\ and 8% of NW %. and NE'//, of NH 1 .1.0
f'hou.e lot of nld railway- - 2 ZB 28 280 Warlnir & Ed- SW and NW'4' of NW'4 less B"II. Lot. 108 and 109---------------------- as .0 10 B.ml.olsLandi'
13 07 N. \\ Cor., run S. 979 !t.. E. eoo ftoo Inv. C._______ *.S.

Eye of Eat of NWI4. of NE14--------- III |J 10 o.'i [dt.-n---- .99 N. 971 tt.. W. 1100 ftoo______________. Lot 62 -------------------------------5_____________ 1 1.0 S Rld.out. 8. _____ LSI I r
NE'4 of NF'4-------------------------- 40 Burns. Davicin11'8.1- Lot 94.-- __.-_________ ______ __._ 5 III U Lot 119 1 S Morl.nd D. A.4' 1.1.
E % of NE'4-------------____ ____ __ 7 26 28 80 Burns David ::: 902: 5 16 31 II Seminole Land A Lot UI :iiniiiiii--: -.--Bub-div.---------of 1.0 S ______ 1.t + >

I B.It' N. V?. Cor. of SEU of 8E %. run S Lot .4 _.__ ____ __ ____ Jnv. Co._____.. 1.421! Seminole .and__k _Inv.____Ce"____ _____ ___ ,
I 6 U IS SS St '
140 vd... E. 294 ,'d... N. 140 >ds.. \\'. Lots 47. 50. 1In.h_______ 3\ II Watt.. 0.8.-- 1.12 all _-- -- -- '
294 yds _u.uhnuunu________ 16 U 2S 8 Pope J A. __- 1'69 hots 51 and $2________________________ 5 24 3\ 15 Hayes. R. P.h__ 2.44I Lob 33. 96. 1\ 14--------------------1'. I 30 30 hmlnol.LdA .
IIE! I4 ofRW 20 16 28 40 Burns David : 2 69 Lot. 118 5 2a II 10 Grimm J A..___ .79 KIm J .. ''i
NW h' n.unuu 25 11 40 8emlnole t'.dn.lll-iR: :-Co.'j.bd; v.- 5 16 It 10 Waggmpn 1\(. unu-------- IS 11.0 S .. H..... a'. ,
SE of --------------------------6 Turner 8 W. %.06 of E. 1.79 HJ? 3 ______ _______ t 4
SE'4 of feW __ __ .unhn_____ 12- 26 11 40 Unknown _n::: X.06 Eye of NE%. and BW'4 of NE%. and H JJ. _n._-_____________ -__ ________ is ss t I P.nn.r0.. .-. .,' '
8W'4 of NIII _- -__ __- -_ __nnn_ 6 27 40 Turner. S.V:_ __ 3.04Z SEy4 of NW'4 j and 8% of 8W'4 of Lot 10 _:- -___ -- -- 1 I I S Beachak\ I____ ..* ,I

Carpil tlr. NW'4 and B% ----__________________ Lot ----n-u---u----b--d-I----" 1 1.0 S Han.ol. ____ .. ,
.
Lot A. block 8. Mdlv n. Mor.an'. Sud- Lot 111 _____ ___._______________I--____ 1 as U Semlnol. ''
of lot 1------------------------ I :6 Jg Strickland, A. J. 3/! L.ts tIS and 17h_ _______________.n___ 1 18 11 5 Mach. M. H.h __ 1.12 Lot.'V'araV'sirsVtailllllllll"-: I: 20 'I
ft...,....... Lot 10 --_-----___--___--__--_--___ 1 II U 10 Floyd. T. C._____ 1.79 SS : I Be'mlnoleLand ,_ (
Lot 16. B1k.' 4.f h_ nU_ nu _u h. __ o.la.. J. A._____ .76 Lot 15 _________________ _________ _____ 1 III II 5 oodbeck. J. D. 1.12 .. . Deno O__..a- .. ,t
Lot 16. Blk.WH 4 ____ ___ _' __ ___ O.laa. J. A_____ .76 Lot t5 ____ ______________________ _____ 1 2ft II 5 S..art. P.__ ____ 1.12 Lot 10 ___ _______-_______n.u--------____________ }1 J h. S .I c--r ..ttS
of lot 8. Blk. 49. ___ :_.:- _____ Wlnt. I. .y.------- Lot 104 ____----__--__________ ___ 7 2" II 5 R..nkl. John( ___ 1.12 Lot 4S -_ _ uu ____ Farr. . .99
;' 7 II II 5 Loc, 14 SS 10 S Loh., P. __ ...
Lot 7..Rlk. 49------------------------- 8tamler. Mra. N. .76 Seminole Land dlnv: Co.'. Suy-llv. ef Fallo.. S. uo. 1.13 111 -rc-------------- ,,

(' Lot Lot 4.1. Blk.Blk. 51------------------------I-I---u-n--------- 0.UnknownJ..... Jt-.._-_-______ .76..711i all 105 except and NK 118----------------------' of ______-- IR III 81'Lola Lot Lot 1:1. -.ni ::::::::::::-::::::::: 14 148mlnoVLaVdAi 34 36 SO 30 10 S Melee.Unknown A. ::::j- 1.81S .99

( Let 15. Blk *2. __ __ _ ___ ___ Unknown ____u .76 18 III 3\ 10 Semlfule Land A v"c-'-.'u": t--of 1 SO W.ntworth C. W. .f

i '"_t 1. Blk. 81ooh-----u---- Wlnt. I. J._____ .75 Lot 14 ____ ____.___ ______ ________ _:___ 18 16 inv. Co 1.9! .____________________,_____ ,.
Lot 8. Blk. TI------------------------- Oseas. J. A..nu_ .76 Lot U ____. _____________________ ____ II 5 Unknown :::::: :.99 nil -- IS IS I'
Lot 4. Blk 101__ ___ ______ _____________ Miller. O.Hewlett. __Un .76 Lot. 68 and 77________________________ 18 II 1\ 5 Robert.. 1. W.__ .99 Lot 9 -_----____________....I -.---_ 1 .I.e S Bemlnol Land A j
Blk. 10.hh-h-n- C. H .76 Lot 71 ___________________ \I III II 10 EI.on. C. C __ 1.53 Inv, Co...... {
t '-- hh h ________ ____________.___
rl0'A ... 'i----Vv-.r- 25 11 n.u 18 16 1\ 6 Tilton. I. B.____ 20 __ __ n u S Worthl.y. ._ .
..., .
"' ..,. ( Let 112 _______ -____ .99 L ___ ___ I J -: :
n __ __ ___
u-------u---- _ ____ __
_
, Lot 12 _ _ _ _ ___.______________ 13 Allman. Mr.. 1iI__ 1.96 Seminole Land" Inv. Co... Buv.dlv. or 18 J6 1\ 6 Schooley M. A.__ .99 Lot 30 33 -u _-u___________________-_____ 11 IS 2 1'0 S S Unknown Erdman. D.. A .. r

' 5.re. . _______ _ 6 11 all except SIII'4 of NEIL------------ If II 11 Lot t9 __________________________ IS 38 SOIS Bmlth. 1: -_-_-_ .,'
60 Evan.
___ ___
Lot. 8, 9. 14.. 16. 18.\ --- iS.2J R. L. 18.41 Lot 4. ______________ ___ __ M p
nuhun __________ ___ _
11 III 40 and 41
1 of fractional lot 20___- ________:___ 11 U 6 Unknown __ 1.31IS 1\ I Seminole Land. Lot. SS 30It 10 Dots... A. V.___ 1.5'
__ __ ___ __ _
f n. _____ ___ __
H".... Park. Lot 7- _____ ___ ____________________ Inv. Co.-__ 1.111 Lot 61 u .1.0" S Bteen K B...___ .19
u h III 80 _____ __________ _
, Lou 40 and 41 ___ _ ___ __ 8 25 31NU Zone. J. W.1.66 Lot III hh_________________________ 11 II Burrough. 0. A. .85' Lot. 6 and 1 .0 I Deever. A.- L51
..... Fral R'Tdrk. ..... ('w'. "....-<11.1 Lot II __ __ __ ____ __ 19.54 II II Unknown.____ .85 Lot / ----------------_------------- .1.0 W.II..o .19
-- - --- ----- -- 16 ____ ____ __
19. II Lot $7
.... .r -8eetl. Lot 44 _____ _________ ___________ 5 Leavitt. F. J- ---- -- 111 .1 ao I L.19
-- -- k Inv. Co.'s 8ub-dlv. of
_____________ 15 IS 11 49 Unknown __ 11 III 11 II Unknown __ __ Seminole Land
block D '.U .86
,, Iota 11. 11. 11. 14. u Lot 511 hh_____________________ 19 111'1 lots 8. 4 and SB* of BWU and W%
WbItt/era lot 118 __ __ _____________.. _________ II Clark. Mr. A.__ .85 -
u ___ ________________ _
__ _____ ___________ Tumblln 1. 1'__ III 11 II Wood.. F, M.___ .85 of 8EU -A 17 I' .0
$ .110
Let 6 block 1 -- - -- Lot ___'___ ____________________ :
r Lots 0 and I. block 17_________________ Lanl.r. J. G.___ .74 Lot 100 n ____ It 11.1 II Unknown ____.;:_ .85 Lot 70 _ii8emlnoIe"LinY_______, __________ 1 11.0 Cornell, W. H._ ..1
-- ---------------------- It Ie 11 Lots and _______ ____________
_____ C..X. Mrs. J. M.__ II Unknown .1.0 10 Bed P. H.L28
Iwt .. block 18----------------= n .10 Let 110 _______--__________________ .86 7 i
II Lot %
Cox, T.------- .60 Lot 111 -- 11 11 II Hotl'man. J W.- .85 ---- -- 17 .6 {. F. EPeter..H. -_.- .7$ .
Lot 4. 1:3kl.li---- ------- ?; ------------ ----------------- It 16.1 A naCo.'Sub-4iv. of I S..tt -
Lots l i 1----::::::::::: I. : ::z:: : Bemlnol. Land d.: Iav. Co:'. Sub-dlv. of II KfO.tner. E. H.__ ..35.SS
; __ Cox T. 1._______ .10 E% of BH----- ___-________ 1. .0 a. ., ,"
, Lot a 11 L all of
block except BW4 E'4 aid W of
% Lot 80 ______________ _
I' 6
,26---------s------- Jon.. W. 8.____ .a/ ------r---a- 11.0 . __ ;.
; Lote i i. a. t. block BE'4 and 8E'4' of 8W14_____ ____ -
l' _____ _______ Meyer(._______ I -- 80 II Lot I --------------.-------------. "9 I 4.
Lots and'J.block 83 -- -- Lot 41 _______________________________ 11 I. I It.l$1
't t0 10 II I 'Towble. Lot _____ ____________________ ., .
T. W._ I
Can"lnlr. E. ____ ,
j XJt.l. $5------------------------ Lot 44 _______ _____.:________________.
.y 20 II 11 I Lot 95 _____________________ .
Oleker.on.
IS.__ __ ____ _____ Inlrram. Mr.. V._ .{0Kls.frre G. W. .85 1. II I" f v.. .
i Lot 1!. block Lot 55 ________________ m1. .
--------------- 10 .1 11 'I Will. A. 8.$5 Lot 9* __n__________-.___ -___ 1. I. $1 Ir, &._ ..3
Park. Iola 51 and 17____________________ .
Lot ty block .______-______________-_ %Sta< block 4---------------: ______ 5 111'' K. Bemlnoele Land t I Unknown. _____.1. ..85.SS b
Lot Co. '
IIIV. .
Regan,_______ 1.29Lot. S.-4I. &11 _______________.___ _.. .
." Bdtua ; of all fractional ----__,________ 11 11.1 1 UnknOWIf ? Lot. T. .__________________..____ 00 11 .1'i'1
block 10___._ _______ It D.___ 1.71 ....._ .
10 and 11. Lot 11 ____________ ______________ .. I1.1
Ii .1.1 P .1 ____ ____ ___
Lot 2'11 block $_______-__________--- lBramhall. E. G.86 tot 4'. ___________ Unknown .-__. ... L .-- ":: .. .0 I', 90i; 1 1ILo 1' U.\g8.
----- --- '
------- II f6 111 .
t i' 'bJoek ___________________-- I Well. W. G.___ ..35 Bemlnol. Land" Illv. Co.'. 8ub-dlv. .f LC .1 N.------- -. .--,--r.---- t1 "Sbra.; r....,. .
'I".block 16.____________ I Ne..IL W. R.- ..tiI t4$99 --' ------ 3& .1. I Wsokn .
81of.lot. I. 4. 1.gnd N% of lot* I ---.i- : .r H '
___ _._____ I. 1.
___________-- I Benn.tt. F. 1L. .11 & ,
t 11; block U and 7 __.:..___________... $1 I ,
------ .. II 21 .1' 1 8oml.o'e .. .
'. t .. block 11-----e-___..-_____.:_____ I V&11e.. Wm.99" Lau A rA --------' Y of t I' '. ..Ba.a. F.l..T "L.. .

1'\ t t. block 111_____________________ I Derby.hlr-K._ 1.1. Lot 14 --..-.....,-----._______ II .1 .1 lay. Ca-..__ ioU .1.01. LaD.lad.of 00.KWH. _ulY..,, "1_ .." 'rc. ,';.
1._ ___--1 N.I.oa.G R...__ 1,1. al .cpt "
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),_ *. 248 Florida more to him thanisbody. When we litre'those' who believe reason to be a and the,;air he jbreathes ;and :yet his i I '

giye su much timeand care to 'theboy's sufficient guide, but I call you to wit. ignorance does not prevent his making I Bargains

.' DR.) J. W. SIMPSON body it 11 because we have in ness i that la most of us the founda use of .all the gifts of the Heavenly ]I MidSummer .

mind. his mind and at heart his heart. tions of character are.largely, laid be- Father, whose existence he denies. -' .

DENl' JT. The development of the mental man I fore our reasons are mature. The law Let.the young man who Is building I S j S SS

I next claims our attention, although jn fixes the age of twenty-one as thrr character discard at once the absurd

Upstairs So Katz Building.omcK this age: of intellectual enthusiasm I period when the young man's reason theory that it is a sign of mental | .

A A5-6S"'s need hardly discuss the importance of can be trusted, but who would dareto weakness to admit the limitation of'' ..
UoJRs: \ ? | .
: education. And yet with all of our wait until this boy was twentyonei the human mind or to confess his finiteness .

Telephone No. 16 Jun 6. ITT I boast.d advantages only a srnall.pn-- i before: impressing upon him the moral in the presence of the Infinite.
i that guide one's life? Look Let 1 S
centage of our boys and girls complete principles him recognize: his responsibility

i DR. W."W.. ARSON I a college course, a very large p rcentI I, back upon ybur own lives and fee how to his Creator for 'every thought and ..

I age do not graduate from the high I little you have added in the matter word and deed. Let him make it his 0
i of moral principles since you were chief as-it should be his
DENTIST school, and a very considerable proportion purpose highest
I I
I do not finish the grades of the grown. I confess that I cannot fthdnuch pleasure, to' seek to know God's

Office oVer Cole's JeweJry Store common schools. As I have visited In my own life for which I can will concerning himself and to do it.

Office Hours: 8-12. 1-5 I different sections of the country I ha\'. _I claim credit-I acknowledge my in Let him bring himself into harmony I Grove
Acre
Office phone 158 been d fcy the fact that a ma- debtedness' to Christian parents a I with the divine plan, and he will not Fine 30

Residence" 23 jority impressed high school students are ChT viro.iment.rtian church .and a Christian en- need the "Thou shall nets" of the IqwI '

girls-sometimes the girls outnumber'' to restrain him. I '
Cas administered for extraction of teethDR. I
the boys three or four to one. ThatJ. That, I may venture refresh to your refer own to things memories I Next to'the belief in God, I would I : in full bearing and 40 acres more land, well located and for sale for

means that the boys are dropping out | place the acceptance of the Bible] as : balance two three, four and
H. S. GEIGER I that entered into my life at an early' $15,000.J on terms of half cash. in one
before they take rr> of the wprd of God. I need .
_ _ _ PHYSICIAN AND SC. JBX>. even vantage age. My mother so impressed upon I not present .' five The to be harvested inside of six month
the high school course which is arguments in its support; its claims I years present crop
Citizens Bank Building brought so close to their homes. Several my youthful mind an"heart the objection -I have been established-the burden of : will go a long ways towards making first payment and if properly
to swearing that when I
Kissimmee, Florida | explanations have been of entered proof is those who it. and
given school at the age of ten I loundunronaciou.ly upon" reject cared for should make all deferred payments support a family
Phones: Office 297 or 64 I this inclination bn the part of the : Those ", ho regard it as a man-mad S
withdrawing from the besides. Wealso have two
I boys to- Quit school at an earlv a ire. book should be challenged to put their :
Residence, 265. 1"1)1T. crowd when the boys bec-an to
The first is that parents do not fully nwcnr. theory to the test. If man-made the .
and I have
overcome!
appreciate the advantages of the never my aversion Bible, he is, unless he has :
to an oath Whenever I hear
M. RIVERS. M. D. school and therefore do not bring to man swear now, the inclination a I able to make as good a degenerated'j Other Smaller Groves
returns -
bear upon the child the parental influence Judged by human ,
to get out of of his voice.I .
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON which should be exerted in the range is far better prepared to a
venture the assertion that those who

.Office over Osceola Pharmacy: direction a father of thorough who does education.not understandthe Bringme 'do not swear can, in nine cases out I was ble now written.than he The was characters when our Bi-I that are special bargains. There is a reason why first described

l Residence 63 of ten, trace the fact to.the teachings words and deeds j be and such favorable terms. It will
PHONES. ( advantages of thorough educationand of mother. or father. are recorded in grove can bought so cheap on
Office 148VTL. I will attempt to imprers it upon father Bible were members of a single race; to Correspondence solicited.
My hated aramblina-: :-no man f I pay you investigate.
his mind by a comparison. There is him they lived among the hills of Palestine
more so. With it did not matteri
not a state in the Union in which a what the form'of in a territory scarcely larger
WINN gambling
father is permitted to cut off his boy's i whether the stakes were large was, I than one of our counties. They did not

right arm-not a state in which he small or have. printing presses and they lacked
PH.YSICIAN or whether won or lost. He
would not be punished criminally if believed that gambling pne .overthrew the learning of the schools; they had
Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. thus no great libraries to consult
he attempted to send his boy out God's law no steam-
o( rewards, and before I
II__H,i. fauna n KismMMB. mutilated to compete with the boys was fifteen years old I had become imbued boats to carry them around the world
OpTIcs PTON V7. FlosisA is law and make them with
having two arms. That the acquainted the
with his belief
the
on subject,
and And various centers of civilization .
ancient
public opinion supports it.
and I have never abandoned it. ,
r. A. VAIIS AOHBW w. .. ciuwrou yet in this age the father who would To father and mother Jointly I ; they had no telegraph wires to
deliberately deny to his boy the ad- my bring them the news from the ends
VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD of education and am indebted for my ,belief in total ab of the earth and I
se4d no :
vantages an newspapers to
stinence. I do not know how I
him out half educated to with young spread before them each the
compete
morning
was when I first signed the .
pledge.If
ATICRNEXSATLAWa4 boys well educated, would really be I were compelled to I would doings of the day before. Science has NELSON REALTY CO.
more cruel to his son than the father guess not unlocked nature's door and revealed I
a-4 SJ Clttieni flank BnlldlacKissimmee ) I i say that it was the day I first learnedto
who cut off an arm. the secrets of rocks below and stars
Florida write name, although I
It is sometimes arc-ued that the bov my may above. From what a scantily sup-
have signed with mark before that.
be taken from school VIIsistin my storehouse of
must to plied knowledge they
All that I know on the subject is thatI
D. GEIGER. the of the family If suchan had to draw, compared with the
support unlimited -
H. have never failed to sign the pledge: REAR STATE BANK KISSIMMEE FLA.
I ask whether wealth of information
excuse is given to me at man'scommand I,
when I could induce others to sign it, ,
it is the father mother today! And these Bible
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW boy's or yet
and I stand ready while I live to signit
who needs his If I told characters with
grappled
support. am every
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again and again if by doing: so I'
Office State Bank Building that the boy is withdrawn that the lem that.confrontsmankind, PrOb-j
Kissimmee. Florid father may add his wages to his own, can influence anyone to' give up the creation of the world to eternal life I I I I I I I I I I S I I I LI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III I-i
Use of intoxicating liqu r.
I ask what kind of father he is beyond! the tomb. have I
a Here are three things that have They givenus = _ _H _
whether he is industrious ex-I a diagram of man's existence
intelligent, from
F. PARKER. erted an influence life and I
QEO. and sober. If I learn that an intelligent upon my the cradle to the grave and they have
of them became controlling: influences
I
industrious and sober father is set at
up sign posts every dangerous
i when I was The fourth thing
Artorney-at-Lsw. not able to make a living for his family -I which young. been point along: the path. We turn back :
to I refer
Collections and Conveyancing I ask what kind of an industrial I potent. I became has.a' member even of more the I to the Bible for the Ten Commando''
have that ments which form the Fruit
Specialties. system we so unfairly distributes '
church at the age of fourteen, when I Early
the rewards of toil.. If on our statute law and for the sermon ,
112 two-thirds old
tt Broadway was only as as one must
the contrary, I find that it is not the i be to sign a deed. Did I know anything on the mount, which lays down the

F. KRIBBS fault of the system, but the fault of about creeds? No. I was not rules for our spiritual growth. The
/J. the father if I find that instead of have Bible] gives us the story of the birth
I only too to knowledge
ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. spending his income upon his familyhe :i of creeds young, but I have any been too -busy the words, the works, the crucifixion I Good ReturnsApply
and resurrection!
and the
spends it upon himself and in sucha I since that time t& give the matter ,I II ascension of '

Examination of Titles a Specialy. way to lessen his value as a hus- I much study, and I see no prospect of 1 1I Him whose coming was foretold in'
band and a father, I ask what equity prohecy, whose arrival was announced
Notification and payment ot-taxes of I leisure at this time. In fact, I am i
there is courts if will I by the angel voices, singing and
in our they compel peace
: almost afraid to take deep interest I
non-residents given careful [ a an IDEAL brand EARLY and supply the demand for fruit
early
the return of a few dollars bor- good-will-the story of Him who gave :
attention. in creeds for fear it might disturb -
my i iI
rowed from a neigh'bor and will not :I domestic relations. Mv father wtfs a the world a code of morality superior I,
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; S Pat Josnston O. P. Garret require obligations a man of husband to live up and to the father.sacred Baptist,-and at the time of my birth to before anything or has that known the world since-the had known story IDEAL FERTILIZERS produce fruit with thin peel, little rag, deliatfoJ

1 .OHNSTON &: BARRETT But suppose it is 'It widowed mother afterwards my mother was a the Methodist Baptist, but church she of Him who is a crowning figure at alii I avor, and food shipping qualities

qi Attorneys at Law who is dependent upon a boy's wages, with my father.joined I joined the 'Presbyterian times, whom the world is accepting I ,

Offices 10, 11 A 12* what then? Should she suffer? No. church, first the Cumberland, as savior and as the perfect example.Let V Send for our Free Citrus Book entitled "Effects of Summer FertiHuf.: "
S Neither should the burden fall the atheists and the materialists I
.
upon and afterward took my letter to the
: Citlsens Bank Bldg., the child. The time will come if it has Presbyterian church because there produce a better Bible than ours

? JClasimmse, Florida not already arrived, when the abled was no Cumberland church where I attended if they can. Let them 'collect the best: I I It rivet detcriptioni of formula te be used and inffcitioa fef

body man of a community will be able college. My wife's father was of their school .to be found among the applying.

S tons o.MAsmr t, ncroM WABLOW to bear any burden that may be necessary brought up a Presbyterian but be- graduates of universities many as I S
Lat.OOUIIM fur .lad.ohM to supplement the income of Methodist and wife enter they please and from every Inad. Let
came a my
rbrtte .
l ', K. K. Coma. Criminal( 01* one o situated the time will come, if it ed the Methodist church before we the members of this selected group

'MASSEY A WARLOW has not already arrived, when, they married, but afterward Joined 0 the trayel where they, will, consult such I Wilson Toohiei: Fertilizer

S S will be ashamed to throw such a bur Presbyterian church'with me. In Ne- libraries as they please and employ

ATTORNEYS AND COVNSELLOS; den upon a helpless child to the impaIrment braska, however, we usually attend every modern means of swift commUnication --S .. Jacksonville Florida
i. AT LAW of its own future and of itsability the Methodist church because it is Let them glean in the -

t PraetlM In all th. Court of th. RtaU and olUw \ to( meet the responsibilities of convenient- our home. Wet fields of geology, botrfny, astronomy

United 8te ... al...> bet.r. th. Florida Rallfoail life.There \ have more three children; the oldest is an biology and zoology, and then roam Local Agents: Waters & Carson Grocery Co:
; OonmlaaloB.' and the Interatat c.-
... r "" "" is one other excuse, namely,]I Episcopalian, our second a Methodist, at will wherever science has opened a '

.' 11-14 CaAmuorroH Buxi. ORLANDO FLA. that the boy will not go to set: >1. and our third a Congregationahst. way; let them take advantage of alii S

M 1 yr Before giving him up let us make one And we have five grandchildren, I the progress in .art and literature, in |, I-C. S

t S. more effort. .I would take him to a through whom we hope to connect ourselves oratory and in history-let them use --

1 ANDRE\\ JOHNSONS wood pile, and put him to work witha with other branches of the |j jto the full every instrumentality that line except MI the lira of characterS I for

dull ax. When he has labored long I Christian church. You see how embarrassing i is employed in modern civilisation. ; building, the world seems to have I I lie you., and where lam there ye.may
aljio"
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w enough to know how hard it is to accomplish it would be for me to lay and when they have exhausted every been made over but the marvelous !
( And
Will Practice in all Courts anything with such an ax, I I too much emphasis upon creeds, but I source let them embody the results] of changes by which old things have become ''I: mal who one more word to the young
would him and then their best intelligence in book and would plan his life on a large
State and Federal give a sharp ax, I have a firm hold upon the principles a new, only ynphasizc; the fact scale
S Office when he was thoroughly acquaintedwith which underlie all the churches. I offer it to the world as a substitute for that man, too, must he born I What think ye of Christ? I

Citizens adjoining Bank Kin Broadway. the difference between the two, have defended Christianity around the this Bible of ours. Have they the |I while they show how impotent again the do not present, Hfm merely as the
are ,
:; imrnenv I would tell him that the difference world, but I have never made a speech confidence that the prophets of Baal material things to touch the ,soul of highest' type of man, but rather as the

between meeting life's problems with religion that could not be made had in their God ? Will they try ? I man and) transform him into Bible presents Him, as the Son of God

y .5 a trained mind and an untrained mindis with upon equal propriety in any church If not, what excuse will they give ? 'I being. Wherever the a moral spiritual and ,Savior of the world-as he presents -

even greater than the difference be- calling itself a Christian church. Has man fallen from his high estateso I standard is being lifted up-wherever himself and when He says: "I

k H. JENKINS tween cutting with a sharp ax and a I I When I saw that morals rest upon that we cannot rightfully expectas life is becoming larger: in the visi'nthat '| am the way, the truth, the ,life." Do
dull in much of him now as nineteen centuries you have difficulty in believing in his
_U one. i: religion, I use the word "religion" directs it and richer in its fruit- I
SURVEYOR But I apologize: for dwelling so long I I its broadest sense; I use it as Tolstoi ago. Or does the Bible come age, the improvement 'is traceable to j Divinity ? It is because you have

on the mind. As I said in the beginning { used it when he denned\ religion as to to ua'from a source that is higher the Bible and to the influence of the measured Him by the rules that apply -

this is not apt to be neglected. I the relation that man fixes between than ,man-which? God and Christ of whom the Bible to men. Take him out of the malL

Fraternity Hall Kitsimmee, Fla. It only remains for me to remind you I himself and his God, and he added But our case is even stronger. The j I' class and put Him in the God class,,
S outward manifestation opponents of the Bible cannot take tells.The and then it will not be difficult to un-
before passing to the third branch of I that morality is the athiest and the materialistmust ,
my subject that a body, however perfect of this inward relation. refuge in the plea that man is retro- I! confess that man ought to be I derstand Him. Measure Him by the

and a mind, however thoroughly I One cannot build moral character grading. They loudy proclaim that able to produce a better book today I I task which He came to perform-itf

trained, will ,not suffice. A man may without a plan of life, and he can only man has grown and that he is stil) ,I than man, unaided, could. have pro- was not a man's task. Measure Him

TR. A. J. HICKS be even more dangerous to society be- I plan a life 'When he understands that growing. They boast of a world-wide I j I duced in any previous age. The fact by the records lie has made. Why: if
'
He
5', **' Physician cause of his education if the energies I I the world is built upon a plan. The advance and their claim is founded that they have tried, time and time was but a man, has not our civil

,, and Surgeon of body and mind are not properly di- first fact that confronts a man is God. upon fact. In all matters except the : again, only to fail each time more ization produced another of His kind

rected. An ignorant scoundrel can do We have given the atheistst too science of life, man has made won hopelessly, explains why they will not Why are even His enemies compelledto

Office Phones less harm than an educated one and much latitude. We have allowed him derful progress. The masterey of the -why they cannot-accept the challenge ]- admit the magic of His name and

; State Bank Bid. Office 41-Res. 40 he can be caught more quickly. Whenwe to ask all the questions while we have mind over the forces of nature seem thrown down by the Christian the wonder-working influence of the

.5 provide, therefore, for universal taken upon ourselves the burden of an almost complete, so far do we surpass world to produce a book worthy to philosophy he taught. 'Why are His

S i, education, 'I is with the expectation swering. Why not take turn about in the ancients in harnessing the water, take the Bible's place. I words as potent today as when the

that the heart as well as the head will asking and answering The Christian the wind and the lightning.For They have prayed to their God to fishermen of Galilee became His disciples

I be developed.And begins creation with an all-wise, all- ages the rivers plunged down 'answer with fire-prayed to inanimate -as convincing as they were

: J. W. Thompeonl now we come to the most important powerful and all-loving Creator-a the mountain sides'and exhausted matter with an earnestness that is when "the common, people heard Himgladly"
pa-
part of the subject-the development sufficient cause for all that may come their energies without any appreci- thetic-they have employed in the upon the Mount of the Beati-

(f < of moral character. We after. Where does the atheist begin? able contribution to man's service; worship of blind force a faith greater tudes. S

'1 SI measure them by moral standards; we Ask him and his trouble begins. Can now they are estimated at so many than religion requires, but their Al- I Are you in doubt about His powerto

I FUNERAL DIRECTORy know them by their heart character- he go farther back than matter and units of horsepower and we find that mighty is asleep. How long.will they perform miracles when He walked

sties. If moral character is the matter force? Can he explain' the origin of their fretting and foaming were mere- allow the search for the strata of stone I among men ? lie is performing then*

y S of supreme Importance, upon what either matter or force? Is it not more ly a language that they employed to and fragments of fossil and decaying I today. The Christ who can today open

LICENSED EMBALMER foundation shall he build UTI knowof satisfactory to begin with God and tell us of their strength and of their skeletons that are strewn around the the eyes of the young man, who sees

,' no foundation for a moral code except reason down than to begin with inanimate I I willingness to work for us. And, house to absorb their thoughts to the nothing but the body and knows nothing -

( S'S a religious foundation. I am. clay and reason up? If the while falling water is becoming each exclusion of the architect who plannedall I but the pleasures that come

+4. S aware that in saying this' I enter a atheist insists that he cannot believe day a larger factor in burden-bearing, How long will the through the flesh-the Christ who can
agnostic
4A Store and Stewart Ava. field of controversy, but it has been I in God until he can fully understandsuch I I water, rising in the form of steam, closing: his eyes to the plainest truth' I open tht- eyes of such a one to the
Chapel ,
so long since I said anything that no I a being I reply that his own log is revolutionizing: the transportation cry "night. night," .when the sun i in I i larger vision of the spiritual life could

: wtSrwL FLORIDA.RUBMYTISM. one objected to that, and a little opposition ic will drive him to suicide. Why does methods of the world. nis meridian splendor announces that have oeened. -o. t--hA-_ AVA",,_g .VA.f B'A..' huial-"'J _____
/ does not embarrass me I knowof the atheist desire to live when he does I The wind that first whispered its noon is here? ly blind Do you question His" powerto

S S I no moral standard whose foundations -|not understand the mystery of his own secret of strength to the flapping sail To the young man who is building raise the dead ? Go into any rescue

go down so deep or extend back life? One need not understand the is now turning the wheel at the well. character I present the Bible mission and hear the testimony of

( ,: so far that a religious basis for it'! sun to 'believe that there is a sun and I I Lightning, the dread demon that, bock that is useful always and as a those who, after years of dissipation

i 1 Will Rheumaticin Neu-' could not be found no such system to enjoy the benefits conferred by thesun' from the dawn of Creation has been where. It guides the footsteps of every.the. and of crime have come under the influence -

( cure will be possible in the future. Unless rays. He need not understand rushing down its zig-zag: course young; it throws light upon the I' of His grace and have been
pathway
mlgiaHeadach.s. Crarapt Colic shall to the ncandescent I through the clouds, as if intent born
some great catastrophy destroy electricity enjoy only during the mat 're years, and it I again-behold- the changetheChrist
Si ,all that knows there will ride the trolley car,or to "I spreading death, has been meta is the
8praiiutBruiMu CatvBurns, Old man now .light to on upon only book that one cares to have who can take a man from the

: Sore*. 1eUer. Kin*Worm Ee never be found in the ages yet to coma ; be stricken down by the lightning. morphoaed into an errand boy, bringsus beside him when the darkness gathers I I gutter, one who has fallen so low that

.1 \ j etc. A tie tie Aa., .* group of men anywhere capable of Why not .apply to religion the same illumination from the sun and carries and he knows that the end is eVen his own flesh and blood have

4\ "".* gems 4yv..} formulating a moral code who. idealson I common sense that we apply to other our messages around the globe. Then he finds consolation in the near abandoned him', and lift him up,
,
,{wcd1nternaUjoren.mauy.z5cS the morals will not hare. The atheist knows as little Inventvie has the prom I I cleanse
.; subject of things genius multiplied ises of the Book of Books, and his lips his heart and fill if with$ a pas
'\"Qu i been colored by the sermon on the as the Christian does of th. mysteryof power of a human arm and supplied Jepeat' even when his words sion for service-such a Christ could

: Mary of England has ordered mount, so all-pervading is the thought I' life, the mystery of love and the I II the masses with comforts of which the "Yea, though I walk are inaudible bre.ak the bonds of the tomb.

'that no '1ady. of the royal: household I of the Naxarene. S mystery of patriotism, and yet he rich did. not dare to dream a few centuries the val,'ey of the shadow of death through i ,am done. If I have succeeded in_

.may have any direct connection with There are some who '"believe. thatrnateriuIsmfurni.he.abasisforcnor I lives, he loves and is patriotic. He ago. Science is ferreting out' shall fear no evil, for Thou with 1 impressing upon your mind the importance
are
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t nes jrsortrtVwfcy potting I knowsialluleoftMSmystarlssot thahidden causes of disease and teaching me; Try rod and Thy staff of planning life upon a

1.- S jsn ,and S to_ rraft.H .Is; I cannot agree with ihem.. Thar .the food ,he eats, the water he drinks us how to prolong-tife. In-every fort-rn."or. "I go-to.-prepare they com a
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f FRIDAY ,JUNE It. 1914 ,fr '"' ,!jI} "
THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE PAC'E' 13. .
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; AWAY WITH T1IUNDRBIRD THE LADY POLICE, I IN- THE GRAND STAND. ,

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CONSTIPATION i v fl. CPrfckAabPokRc aDd PotueIIIIII I (From the Indianapolis; News..) Shortly after Fred and Kitty "became

: $ Of.BLACKffffIS ,, I The' cause of sex equalization has engaged' Kitty Insisted on going} '

Prompt ,Powerful Permanent ,I received a sever.setback. In Muncie,. to ball game, say: the, Pittsburgh

Seven of America's Best Doctor j FOUND FROZEN'To. DEATH IN Its 'beneficial cf- 'Stubborn 'cases Good resulfert are Ind.. the recently! appointed- policeWomen Dispatch. v' -'

Liver *are usually yield to P. P. P. Ustins.-It cures .reported to be dissatisfiedwith -I just dote .on. baseball'she, told!
Endorse Dodson's Tone to,v MOUNTAIN OFGLACIERNATIONAL '. felt vC1 quickly. wheaetaernedi.fa. to star owed her.work. Her duties are wear- Fred. -

; Take Plactf of.CalomeL -PARK.-".-" tne are useless Ing.on her health. It is rumored that "Rather sudden. isn't It r" asked

.
'#' she has made a statement of hei I Fred who liked the
-' \, T case to -aiton bleachers _
Dangerous calomel'*' place II' now The weird legend of the "Th nder .. P. P. to the mayor. This is bad, of course,! 'where ha could see better and

ta en by Dods n'l Liver Tone safely bird," long'regarded as gospel by the r- but it is not half so bad as the caieorMrsrMarjrxrConnell seats were cheaper, When a fellow la

and reliably; according to seven of Blackfeet Indians of Glacier Park, In Chicago. engaged to be married he'd better be

the inOllt .noted and highest priced and much smiled at by reservation the- Males rich, red, pure 'Mood-cleanses the entire Mr. O'Crronell Is one of Chicago's I counting up the cost* of everything1

c physicians in the United States, after skeptical white man now seems to be systemclear the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves. feminine finest She I. detailed at a *ven in baseball games. -

careful analysi. These physicians always given a concrete foundation by the recent A positive specific lot Stood PoUosi and; skin diseases. railroad station ,When relieved of "But; :you know, Fred, now thatwe're '
duty the shades of night usually have and know we're
command huge fees and in this discovery of engaged goingto
a specimen the
consultation were paid for their best willow the Drives out RheanMtlsm and Atop the PMtaifnds Malaria; fallen, and Policewoman O'Conrvell. live with each other all.our live.I .
at
I/ skill. of the ptarmigan timber line on the topmost mountainsof edge is a wonderful tonio and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. upholder of the law and, guardian of: must take an interest in the thing

-.' Dodson's Liver Tone is a palatable Glacier National Park. the public'at the rallroda station, is I which interest you."

'vegetable-liquid, with easy and natural The bird was found frozen to death F. V. UPPMAN CO.. Di"u SAVANNAHGA'Eggs confronted with the necessity of going Now wasn't that riles of Kitty?

action, and is sold and guaranteedby and the Indians now 'are lamenting home in the dark. So they went to the game and tat ... '0

J. Z. Roberson, who will refund lest it was stricken by the Great Spirit Mrs. Mary O'Connell, a Chicago dispatch in the ''grand stand. "j w
'
purchase price ((50c.) instantly with- as an ill omen to the entire Blackfeet say"*, is "afraid to go home in "What's that?" asked Kitty as a 'i

out question if it does not prove satis- tribe. The dead object of awe to the the dark. She has been asking patrolmen batter 'popped: up a little fly: back of

factory in every way. red on nearby beats to escort her the cat man to Glacier Park
There is not only no danger in tak- I station by was Chief brought Three Bears who and now she has applied to the police "That's a foul." said Fred. j i ,

ing this reliable remedy but it causes made the the authorities for a regular escort-a policeman .. "A foul Oh, ray! And what's that '.,

no gripe, no pain and after-effects snowshoes trip in order over to mountains LouisW. on By Parcel Post to see her safely home after thing he's pounding; with his batt" ? "

are pleasant instead of disagreeable, Hill, president of the intercept Great Northern she is through seeing to the safety of "That's the plate-the home plate." ',}
as with calomel. Dodsom's Liver Tone others. W. have. here -example of "Oh, Fred what did he do then?" ;.
railway and have him take it to
our complex modern life. It I. what And clapped her hands I
interferes in no way with regu- a taxidermist to be Mr. Kitty joyously
lar duties, habits and die lour Hill naturally preserved.it Washington, D. C., June 16Tht.' nine cents, or four and one-half instead -' might be called a double guardianship as she saw the other ladies do.

'.h it actually builds and strengthens you other of the thought legendary was just an- eggs can be marketed successfully by of seven ents"'a dozen eggs. &-eau1Liplicat4oss..opqlice) ; duties and "lie pounded out a fly," said Fred. ,

I JK, .fck.> V\ > that you feel happier, brighter, tions of the tribe many which holds supersti-him parcel post and that this method frequently To the value the eggs and 'the responsibilities. We forget exactly "Baseball reminds me of the kitch

,lil better and healthier. in reverential since up secures a better price for the cost of postage must be added the how many policewomen Chicago hast I I en. I'm so glad I camel"

him a light making producer and a fresher article for the I cost of the ontainer.and the wrap least ten or twelve. Now, If each "The kitchen ?"
member
of the tribe and
) HOW SHE AVOIDED IT. him a the giving consumer has now been demonstrated I ping. For two dozen eggs this may be of these is like Mrs. O'Connell it will "Yes-the batter, the fowls, the
of Horse Rider'in
;a N ; name "Gray to the satisfaction of the experts in estimated at eight cents. With post require the services of twelve police) plate and the flies.."
of his benefac- '
:.jSmall Ann's mother had been disr" recognition many the United States Department of Ag- age at nine cents, it would, therefore, men to escort the new members horn. "Coshl"! sighed Fred. "Try to be-

: -. turbed to hear her using the word tions to them.. However, he was trueto riculture. The department conducted cost seventeen cents, to market two at night. We tremble at the thought come interested in the real points' of .:

'j t "devil." "My dear," said she, "that is his promise and had his private car tests that covered a period of five dozen eggs, or eight-and one-half cents of asking the policewomen to go home the game, dear. Keep your eye on the

'a word we do not use in polite society set out at Kalispell, Mont;*, in orderto months. At the end of that period it a dozen, By shipping in ten-dezen unprotected. The majesty and mightof diamond." f ,:

I and I "never want to hear you say it Stanford deliver the renowned"sacred bird to Mountain II. P. came to the conclusion that the par- lots, it is estimated that the marketing the law must be Upheld. Chicago is "The diamond!1" Kitty's eyes sought

; again. a Rocky eel post was of particular value to cost can be reduced to four and I an ungrateful sort of place. It does her left hand. "You-you didn't give
taxidermist.
: She noticed that her admonition was the man whose flock was too small or seven-tenths cents a dozen. not appreciate its policewomen-else one, Fred-nothing but a plain gold '

carefully heeded, says Everybody's. ,'took The ornithologist! however rather who lives top far from express service Where the container can be used escorts for the policewomen would be band." -

Magazine. Then on Sunday evening, the railway'magnate's breath I to1 permit him to ship his eggs in more than once, this cost can, of unnecessary.If Fred kicked himself and wished

\' about two weeks later, the mether InQuired away when upon advancing the dead the regular commercial case which course, be reduced. Large sized containers Mrs. O'Connell of Chicago is he'd left Kitty at home. s
-: what the day's lesson had been bird he exclaimed: "Why, Mr. Hill will stand 'from four afraid of the "Watch .
!! holds thirty dozen eggs. two to Chicago dark we wonder the struggle now, JSltt: ,.
have Here
I about. you got a rare specimen In the course of these experimentsthe trips, smaller ones three to five, so what a policewoman in Indianapoliswould Keep track of the hits, see how the

.,.:. "Why, mother," was Ann's answer, It is the willow ptarmigan, which is of department shipped 9,181 eggs in that it will pa" the producer to induce do after the sun has gone down. men go out and finally the difficulty if(

.. "it was about when our Lord was great scientific interest among ornithologists. 466 lots. Of Uw o, 327, or slightlyless his'.customer to return the containers Why, even some policemen in Indianapolis some of them have in getting .

: tempted by the-by-by-the-the. Chapman's Color Key than 3.6 per cent., were broken, periodically. The postage required for are afraid of the dark. Are "Oh, Fred, that's just like marriage,
gentleman that keeps hell!" shows the willow ptarmigan has been than 2.3 this is of deuorted from the and .
: but only 209, or slightly less course, lights Indianapolis policemen have isn't it?
reported only twice in the United
\- per cent., were absolutely wasted. The bill for the next shipment. a sweet affinity for each other. It is "What?"
-- -- States from
-- -- -- and
once Maine" once others, though broken, could still be I Although it is obviously advantageous different, to be sure, with those who "Why, the men going out and the-'

; from Massachusetts I used. The percentage of break-age, both to the producer and consumer ride horses and motorcycles. Horse difficulty in getting home.

: Warning! Mr. Hill had not paid much atten: moreover, will be greatly reduced, it is that the eggs be shipped in large are not peculiarly) afraid of the dark "Say I'm tired of this game. It'.

tion to the story the old chief had related -: said, when the employes of the post- quantities and consequently econom- and motorcycles have no sense. Truly no gooJ," said Fred. "Let's go." And

//0 to him through the interpreter special! office becomes more accustomed to ically, it must be remembered in tak- the way of the public's guardian is all the way back to town Kitty was

no now he has had to send a of handling 'such fragile matter. ing orders that the supply of eggs undergoes hard. wondering why he looked so sour. ." '-

representative into the interior I That the should be properly the great fluctuations. In I
Stockholders of the Florid Ftre Jt and eggs ..
- j Glacier Park to find Three Bears .
Casualty Insurance. Company ar "v&rnJJ packed is, of course, essential. This times of scarcity it is not good policy ------ -- -- --------

? <* against selling their stocK to any get the old Ir.dian's story steno- fmplie* time, care and come expense for the producer to send all his output I

parties who may make efforts by false j jstatements graphically. Taxidermist Stanford. and is one reason why no attempt I to, one customer, neglecting his other --
as to the 'value of the stock 1 who is excited; over the discov- "
quite
__c to purchase It at far under Its value ; should be made to market by parcel friends, nor in times of plenty can he I I
a-rnl stockholders are' requested to <-.m- ery in birdom, eagerly awaits a copy post any but the finest quality of eggs: expect to dispose! of his entire stock
.
munlcate any such facts to the company of the written story of the finding of to his These
for they alone will bring remunerative regularcustomers: points THE H. G. SIEVER .1
the bird that he may report the facts ,
Stockholders are also requested. to prices. Moreover, if the customer who must! .be given: due consideration and -
'
of Natural
.-' place their fire and all other Insurance. te the American Museum buys in small lots finds that ahy considerable the quantities that are to be suppliedat ;

with their own company and induce History. proportion of his purchases each season of the year carefully -i
fhlr friends to do the same. Meanwhile the bird is being set up REALTY COMPANY
is undesirable or even unattractive in stated in the contract The. price too, 1
-I FLORIDA FIRE AND CASUALTY; all true to life as the taxidermist'sskill he will not trouble to ask varies with the supply. One-- good
appearance
make it and it'wifl be placed NOT IN THE TRUST I
INSURANCE COMPANY3t can for deductions on that a cou1t; he method of determining this is to takeas '
which has
I been in the crotch on skin exhibition tree in the forest will simply discontinue his orders. The a basis the wholesale price of eggs 10,000 acre Stock Fans, a barr.aia if take at ..Uo \.
NOTICE OF KI.KCT10X. pitched therefore, must see to it that on the market and add to this a 'f,;
producer, open .
. . . .
lobby of the big hotel at the eastern for $5.00 per'acre. :- : : : .z. : ,
number of dozen
ad the delivers are certain cents a
In compliance. with the Inw In tlu'h gateway to Uncle Sam's; newest the eggs post-man Prairie Land Orange Groves High Hammock Land Timber Laaaa.
Care should ,
cases made and provided."It I Is hereby the what he represents them to be. the new-laid post eggs. I ,
rational because grandfathed
announces and declared that nn election park This can only be done by candling; 'be taken, however, to see that there :
will be held at BasBlnirer Florida of old Chief Three Bears, who headed them. Candling, "The process of test- is no possibility of any misunderstanding Land at AD Prices and .. Easy Terms. .i.
In and for subschooldistrict No, 4. on the Indian council which used to
the 6th day of July. AJ I), 1914 for thepurpose the of in this ancient ing eggs by passing light through arising in regard to the! basic 2,000 acres ,Stock Raack, will 'xcaanr* kalf value '

of determining shall\ serveas pans pipe peace in them so as to reveal the condition of price. 'To obviate this, the quotations for 4>taer real estate .z. .:- -i- ,.:. -s-
district for shelter relic, was the chief figure
schooltrustees of said- is omitted by published in a given or
the contents, many pro- newspaper -
.. election and bird. Herein f
after the
two years next the legend of the thunder
'
- .c to fix the number of mills' of district the translated of the thunder ducers who rely on care in collecting'to some other similar authority may be Groves all sizes and
T school tax to be levied and collected story eliminate all bad eggs. It is! ,how accepted. Orange prices
- an IIrg the said two or.-J"\o bird which old Three Bears faithfully ever, impossible to avoid an occasional Eggs are scarcest and highest in
The I were act to this day: ,
I at said election: repeats accident and candling is therefore ad- the Jail. Chickens should, therefore, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
Issectvrs-J. H. Walker Sr. Ale. "Long ago there was an old Whenhe man visable as an extra 'precaution.: A be hatched early enough to begin lay- II ? t:

Sloan.! C. W. Milliard. Clerk-Eddie UnDone who was called Four Bears simple' outfit can be made out of a ing at this season. Moreover little '

i'. derh III. by order of the Board of Public was a ,young man river.the Blackfeetwere It in small hand lamp and an ordinary difficulty will be experienced then indisposing '

.' Instruction Osceola county this) 8th camping on Elk was pasteboard box sufficiently large to be of the entire output and it ;t
rain had -
" day of June. 114.Attest ., C. BASS. bummer. The long-time when he placed over the lamp, after the ends will in consequence be unprofitable to -
W. commenced. In the morning
: Chairman.W. them have been removed, 'Without risk of divert any of the supply to home purposes ,
went for the horses (to bring I
J. SEARS Superintendent air to the enclosed This difficulty can be overcome -
he to this river. fire. In order to supply I C.A.ESO P ER:: iA
into the camp
) came ,v
in in the I
lamp, notches should be cut by preserving eggs '
NOTICE OP ELECTION.In He saw there' was a bird (that) wa the edge at the level of the lamp spring, when they are plentiful and :r e OE ..- / ,.
of the water
comp lj"n ";'ii'h'tbe law In such sitting n..11..4 near./imnt the, edge 4*: When h.. -wanlooking1 flame and the candling.done: by holding I cheap. A solution of water glass, :: ,-- '
-- this hOle wmie-' which can be obtained at drug stores Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency" ,
cases mad and provided. It -hereby i at: it then he knew that the each egg against '
announced and declared that an election the rest of the room is in darkness.j|for'seventy-five cents a gallon, shouldbe "'' '
..will be held at-Whlttler. Florida. bird did hot belong to this country; The light from the lamp reveals the. used for this purpose each quart 'I. : ' -State Bank Building .. ,'" ..:: ., '
In and for sub-school district No. S. on Its feathers were all different colors, 'I ,
.- the (th day of July A. D. 914. top the its bill was green colored,. its legs contents of the egg and those that being diluted with ten quarts of water 't, ,
\ purpose of determining shall serve show any defect can be rejected. which has been boiled and cooled. (
a* school trustees of said district for were colored the "same. It had three should The should be'packed in stone
infertile (
only eggs eggs
If possible i O. CARSON President N. BRYAN
and A. Secretary.
; two years next after the election claws. It would not open its eyes ..
de- crocks and the solution
. to n< the number of mills of district look lIe then caught it. be sent to market. Fertile eggs I jars or pour ,
)
literally
school tax to be levied and collected annually ( : teriorate rapidly in warm weather and | ed over them, or they may be care- :
J for the said two years, Then he took it home. When he en- of much loss. A broody fully placed in the solution each day.
the cause Waters & Carson
are The
.", at The said following election: were appointed to act tered all) the chiefs were invited. Theyall hen on the nest or accidental exposure Eggs kept in this way are perfectly
entered. The bird sat at the up- I
-t In.pjctor.-J. F. Williams. W. It. to a high tempertaure may start incubation good but naturally they do not command -
i Godwin, James O'Berry Clerk-John per edge of the lodge. He told these and cause the egg to spoil | the prices of those ne'wly-laid. '
H, Baisden.t chiefs: Now here is a bird that you
The shells sometimes break in
lone bv order of the Board of Public is. and injure the shipper's reputatIOn. IIt i boiling, j
- know what it
look at it (to )
Instruction. Osceola county this I 8th may [ is advisable, therefore, to retain but this may be avoided by puncturing Grocery Company
, r day of June. 1914Attest I It was not known (nobody could tell the fertile for home use or dispose the end with a pin just before theyare
'" W. C. BASS. what kind of a bird it was). After a eggs other than dropped into the water.
them way
Chairman. of in some
:
t' W J,, SEARS. Superintendent. long while Four Bears puehed it. through the parcel post. This is also' The only drawback to marketingeggs .

When it opened its eyes (literally: true of soiled eggs.' Eggs should never by parcel post appears to be the ..1
NOTICE Of ELECTION.In looke* then it flashed lightning. The be washed when intended fpr high I time and;! trouble involved in packing
flap of the tepee lay open. The bird Wholesale and Retail Dealers In -
This is
them. compensated for by the
j' colmpllance with the. law In such class trade, since the process removes -
cases made and provided. It Is hereby flew toward the door. When it open- a natural mucilaginous coating and extra price that can always be obtained -

announced and declared that an election ed its eyes (literally: looked) again .. for products that absolutely
*.. ..n 4Tio... Tt ft_* _><_! f\f__ the_ _helL._ are GROCER
n n n '
will be held at Center Park. Florida Whenit u. .o y '
then it flashed lightning again.
In and for sub-school district No After this UvorouKh elimination of ; reliable. At bottom, therefore, theshipper' .
-t.' on the 6th day of July, A 1>. l9l4. ;:; flew then the thunder roared. The the unfit, the eggs that remain should success depends upon the

the purpose of determining who shall way the thunder was seen.-Cincinnati be carefully packed in a container of care with which he safeguards the
serve as school trustees of said district Enquirer. .
of his
Satisfied
woodor reputation products.
metal
:, for two years next after the election corrugated pasteboard, customers will build his busi- . . . . . . . . . . .... .........
.. and to fix the number of I'.nOJ dln- other suitable material. The posVoffice soon up .
.- '. trict school tax to be levied : collected require this container ness for him. Any postoffice will fur- 4o t .
annually for the said two years THE regulations nish complete information in regardto WE SELL: WEZUTz .' 1
'. The following were appointed to act to be so wrapped that nothing > HAY .
. MAKINGOF and rates and already .
at said election. : can escape from the package and each regulations as .
I Homer stated the several BIDES, .
Inspectors- A. Barclay A MAN addition te be wrapped separately state experiment
,- Partln., J. M. Sharp Clerk-Will Sim- egg 'in| in excelsipr, cotton, or some stations have information in regard GRAIN. -. ______ __ _ ..
mons.Done .
by order of Board of Public such material. Any soft paper serves to the various types of shipping FURS, ' 1
Instruction Osceola county this 8th (Continued (rom page 12.) the quite well. As for the boxes. The results of the United I FERTILIZERS 4 .
day of Jun. UH.I scale purpose States government's investigation of WOOL, .
,4 W. C. BASS. higher plane and upon a larger container itself, there are many kindson SHINGLES .
Attest: Chairman. I have accomplished my purpose. ButI the market and the department of the matter have been published in p

W, J.: BEARS Superintendent. shall be happier still if among you agriculture investigators have not attempted Farmers' Bulletin 594 of the depart- .

,- there is one young man whom I have to decide which is the best ment of agriculture, which will be sent ORANGE BOXES, AND .

- NOTICB TO CREDITORS. been able to help-one who has been instead they refer inquirers to the free on request.UP .
ORANGE WRAPS ALL
- which .
to resist temptationand stations
made
, !.: C-ar .( t.. Cvosjty Judge 1I t.te .fIn stronger various experiment '. .
FI.rld. whose conception of life's possibilities have available information 'on thia IN THE AIR.

., re Estate. of Martha Nellie Cole. De- I has been enlarged, for one life, question. > VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY. .

ceased.\Osceola County filled with love of God and devoted to In packing eggs it is well to sort "General Funston," said a war cor- .
To all Creditors. Legatees, Distributeesand .
! all Persons having I Claims or Demands I the wefare) of His fellow, can bring them as far as practical according to respondent just back from the front, CRATE NAILS .. PRODUCI .

I -f;{ against, said Estate; :: incalculable blessings to community, the size and color and to keep for home to the Washington Star, "was admri- .
You.and and each required of you.to are present hereby. any notWied a state, a nation or a world. use those which are irregular in shape, ing one day in Vera Cruz the splendid . . . . . . . . .. .. . . .. ...>.. .4'

claims and demands which you. or eith- unusually long: or thin-shelled. Containers flying of one of.our army airmen. i. --

er of you. roay have. against the estateof PLEASING TilE BISHOP. that have been badly stainedby 'No uncertainty about that Chap,' We sell field and garden seeds of all Uada.. '

of Osceola Martha co Nellie inty. Cole Florida deceased, to the late undersigned "The late Bishop Bowman," said a broken eggs should be replaced by the general said. 'lie's not like a flier. We (fro special attention to fitting oat hunting and camolnc putJeL

executor of said estate with- minister, according to new ones and the package wrapped I heard about recently. Free* delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12. 4LAKESIDE
in two from the date hereof. Philadelphia In short, 'A millionaire paid this flier $100to We .
years the Record, "once rebuked my too soft as neatly as possible., every are county agenU for food fertilisers. Ask as fn eirealars and
Dated May 11.J.A WADE D. 1914 TUCKER. tellingme effort should be made to deliver as be taken up in his monoplane, Up price. oa fertllliera.
and conciliatory leanings by
11-41 Executor. little attractive a package as possible into they rose, but the dipping, the zig-
a story about a girl. the hands of the customers. The extra zagging and the sideslipping were ter -'- -
"This little girl, it seems, had written '
will be little.and the returns rible.
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR FINAL.DISCHARUB. IiuuuISiuuIIIiuSSIluuiuit
with great pains a composition on expense .
the millionaire
in increased trade great. "Easy, man easy .'OJ.I
fcfl-
the cow. The composition! ran as the above tne shriek of the '
!. C..rt .f ... animal.' producer can arrange to make, the wind and the thunder of the motor. fresh Milk
In re Estate. of Charles Edward Frank 'The cow is a very useful cheaper can he afford to sell his eggs. "Easy! This is only my second trip,
lln. Osceola County. "That evening the bishop dined at and second zones of remember." Add_
, Notice Is hereby given to all whom the little girl's house, and her mother, Within the first first said the I
It may concern that on the Id day of the parcel post service, a packagecosts "It's my pilot"
she little girl indeed, Delivered YOUR Door
r November A. D. 1914. we shall apply to since was a very five cents for the first pound R. D. FULLER at
the Honorable T. M. Murphy.' Judge of was proud of the composition, and requested each additional t
said court. a. judge of probate. for, a its autbtor to read it aloud. fcnd only one cent for EVERY DAYlOcaQuart
final discharge as executors of the estate pound. Ordinarily eggs weigh about WINTER HAVEN, FLA.
her
manuscript
"The little
of Charles: Edward; Franklin, deceased girl got and one-half pounds to a dozen, NQ.666.
; and that at the-.sam time. we but, instead of reading it as i( stood, one additional weight of the Grapefruit 'Tangerine Tar. _
1 will present our final account. as executors she amended it on the bishop's behalfso which with the ; },
I; of said estate, and ask.for their that it wrapping and container, would makea This I. a p... lpddla.s..deDi cliff Orange and Lue Gun Phone 225WE.D.IIARRII.
ran:
t approval. weigh between two and Ice MALAMIA or CHILLS 6. rEVER.
Dated May 1st! A. D. 1114.H. 'The cow is the most useful' animal '- three dozen pounds.eggs The postage on this Five of six doses will break say oat, and ; Gone Orange ;

!t %. M. BREAKER. there is except religion. doZen It thoa toal dM Fewer will not
takea
ELLA )I., FRANKJJN.Executors.. I would be seven cents. If another a* a Writ '.r Pric. ..
If tbo Miss bottar than
Bring Dotiara Included in the package return. acts oa .
out were ,
t', OBO. F. PARKER: 'July 11. jour Rusty, ODJ I .he eggs postage would not be mote than c.JomeI sad dde. aol .rie., 01......_2Se S44-*>4 C4 UO$ OOe 0, 111111111111111111111111 dJ
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r 'r < ____ __......-.- I I.+ols a. and 45------45------a------------ 14 10 10 Ora... V.' c.__. ./1 Lot block 11_____ __- .. Ida_ 1.n :.
, IAt 86 ___,________....________ 14 11 I Tuoksr D. Lot + ? .- ?- Holn.er. K___
_____ 38
.TI block 67
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Lot',1 __-___________ __.___._..______ 11 II 18 1 KOmp L, W.____ ,86A4 ?---- ------- UnknownM 1"1 \
u Lot M. __________oO_._____-________ 1. 11.0 I Unknown .71 Lot 11. ___________ ._____
;t 12 _____-: ___._-._-__-- It 20 Tdompon. C.,__ l.OA Lot 96 -_._____.__?__________ 14 II Klnllran.I: B.__.. .71 : l. I. blOk 68wbloc.trit Seminole Land I
I Ota U. 48. 44--__________.______ U. II tna M. c. ITt'O . --------- I
I ; !! Lot 101 ..._______________.....__ 14 I Hopk. H. :. _. .11 Co._______ 1.1.
19.-_____ ____________ .; ._____ It 11.0 I Derbarn A. ____ .81 '
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t e-- -- r..t 118 U 11 .0 II Newel lblock M. M. 1.n
.;, Lot TI ,________..___.._______..___ 11 II iii I Morrl.. D. Z.____ ..811ff" emlnole Land& 'Inv. Cog Sub-dl.. of t IlL P --- .n Lot Lot 8. 10___._____._?__________ 'J McDermott. L1I.ot /.,
WarebautrhW.
10. block 11
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Lot L'nknown ----
Lot "11 .:::-,:::::.:::::::::::::::::::::: If Ug: t. Unknown :::::: :/1.86of all e except Lumber lImbet Co--------------------lea. to Kbsim.me. II .1 10 I', bloCk 1 __,-______.___________ Aunker E. F1.79'.4. ;i '
Lots n. 19. 21. block __ _____ Hays, R H
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IU U III 10 II Turn. E. R-___ .811 1 '
::::: 1.11 ,
Lot 'I block '. "Unknown
1-11- "..mlnole----u---i--u--------------< r.ot' 3 ____ ____:___._________:_______ 111 'T'O I Ward! A. { ----,-- -----?- W. '
u J.L ._____ .T' Lots h and !* ;
block .1_ __
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;, &11 _____________-_____.____ ______ II t20 ots 7 and __ _________.___________ III 11.0 18 Hllhwarden 1.1
, Lot 18 _____ _________._____________ U 11.0 5 P.tt..r"on. It..86 -- III Kimball. k M..__ .1 Lot 1. block $ .----------------- 1.1
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u Lot U _____ __ .. ____________ J1 10 I 'T' 8----- ,
J 1.,4 41 __________....._______________-___ 1Z Z81. b Rrn"". IJ, W.____ ..86N' Lot 111 _____ _ .u____.______________.__ 11 .T 80 II Walcb. a. __,_-- Lot 9 block II--- --------------?-. p'allow.,
W"" Lot 11 ____________________u_________ JI allN: 5 Rerklel.. 0, L._ ..86I Reml"ole Lan< &u In.. Co.'. Sub-dIY. of Be'mour..L. R.- .1. Lot %t block 1 --__ TThknown 1.80
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1', Lot 51 _____________-____.__ __________ 12 2' 311 II Pert.r R W._ .' .811 all except tlrnh..r lease on all Lot .., block _--_------_::_.__::_-_ D,1raon'W.. 1.80 j
2"nlI.ol.. Land'& Iny. Co". Sub.ltl"nt except It IT Lot 11. block __________ 1.111
.' 8E54 of HEllo to KI..lmm. Lbr. Co. 10 Lot 12-----__________
__________ Beminole
!, all .----------------S-W---4------------ 23 24 3/1 I.ot 18 ___n____ -____..______________. I. IT 10. II Danc&nLJ'. H._ .fl Co x_ ____ !
Lot 4 2a 24 30 1 Ii DI..k.. Mr.. D.__ .8\1\ Lot 41 ___ ______ _______..____ "I a1 ao II 1 111
- u : Casey 4 ____:. .11 Lots t8 and 11 block __ .
1.,1' _ ________ ________ ___ ___ _ Z3 211 ao Ii Dick. Mr. D.__ .8\1\ 1. Plums. D. n
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\ Lat 76 __ __ _._ _______________.__.__ 1 11 t0 I -------
1f; Lots 48 and 17______un______ __ _ 23 211 ao 10 Draper G B.___ .1.1. Lot AD . _ .-_______ ______________ 111 11 ,30 II Akin. F. __.__ .i I 11 Lots II and I. block 80___.______-____ n -_-- L96 1
1 Lot I/o ____.nn.___________-___ ___ 23 2ft 3" Unknown nn_ ..811"I. Lot It IT 80 Corcoran.o3. ..11 ll 16 and block __ ___________ R10n'J 'R 1'115
III and 111---------------------- U 2ft 3/1 1/1 1VIli.. C. A.____ 1.1e t.l.dr& -- - --- II Randen A.. 0-::: :n 0 block u t'n".n ::: : I'l
Loll ;, I : V-: Co. ub:4iv. ofE4' ---------------------- -
,\ Lot 118 __ ___ __ __ ________ . 2:1. U 311' 5 Drown. C. J.____ ,56Ssmlnole \ t Lt. 'Vlnnln" I. _.
uu "- 1 _ _ _ __ -___--___________ 11 11 10 .bbl OCk3831--------- ------------- J. 1.1.
'. Land 4 Iny. C.,. Sub- _____ ___ ao
Lot __ _.____._.__ II
an _______ ___"; _-- ..___.__ 24 2ft 3/1 n..uu Boardman C. A.. 11 Lot 14. block ____________ ____ Bemlnols I 1 Land &
8 _
nu __ ___ 11 17 ao
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' ----- Lot 111 __ _______________ lI..Mook.-. H.____ ::11 __ 1.11
.J/, _, Lot Lot If -:::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::: 24 24 = 30 80. : r; : )Ilh H:. ?::-- :U Lot 61 ___ 00 _ ___.__-_..____.__.____....__ If J1 17 ao ao II Alezander. Z. M. .11 Lot U. block 8f____ __________________. Crlm Tnv.. J.Co H_ -_- -_-- .n
1..1" 97 and 112 _____ ______________ 10 }
Dine Z. CO______ .1 Lot 6. block
4' _
Lot fl ___ _____._ _____. _____--.__ 24 2ft 30 Ii Unknown __Uu .811 55------------------------ TTnknown u_.
Lot n ________u____________________ 24 24 311 Ii Cult 10"', E. 8 u_ .811 Seminolc all hlq..k"Land 104.4 Iny.105 and Co.'s west 8ub-dly.half .f or. Lot 18. block 86_ _____ _____-_______ Unk"ow - 1'11
U and 64---------------------- 24 21i etc 1/1 Rhoad.a. I.ol 6. block 81-------------------------
Lots C. B'h Lie .
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' Lot 41 __u"u______ 14 26 a/l 6 Unknown ____u .81\\ RIk., 108' and Beg. Pi.If. Cor. of Blk.I : -, Lot 11i.- block II-------------------:_ p..lppr.'f --'
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( u4 run\ lV 1,086 Mass. Ave
/ I.ol 86 24 20 5 Hallett 1. .9R I.t. 8 and 1. block ________ H
Lot 81 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 24 u 30 R Unknown; _? ::: ..95I.ot th. r'' i'I to Lake ftuunyme< then 9. "'" Lot 8. block 87______8____________________ M..rtn." .T 1'1

N ____:__________________________ Z4 16 ao II C"hur. A. M.._ .81i I .soulhrsstsrly to N. line of lot 6. : Lot J II. block 87_ ____________________ t Reynolds. ". -v 1'1'
9', Lots 97 and 112 24 30 10 Clingerman, S. B. 1.28II .I..k 1115.oth..n E. to Conn. Ave. Lot 9. block 811________________________ Reminole L >
Lot 116 _______::::::::::::::::::::::: 24 u a8 6 Curti.. A. 11 :__ :,86 .Ihcn, N t" Beg.. . heinli' a part of plat 31- Inv. CD In 1. 1.n .

Lot III ___u _________ _______h______ 14 Z6 3/1 I Hubner O. ___ .81i ..r Runnymede __ _____ u______.____ 3Z 27 fiLnts Lot 10. block 89----------------------- Ford Chnee.uu_ L21 "

Lot III _______ _______________________ 14 28 a/l S Hubn..r. E M.__ .HIi 47.348. 379. 121------------------ 31.322681\ 5 Seminole Land 4 Lot 20. block 311______________________ .. .. m 111
, Lot US __ _______________- _______ 14 Z6 311 I C1rk. F. M"h .86 Iny. Co..______ 2.8. Lot 22 bloCk! 811. _____________ unknown\_ _u_ 1
....t U. -u-________________-_______-_ 24 28 30 II Clark O. B.u 6sllmlnol. S,'mmoL Land 4 Lnt Co' Rub-dlv. of Lot 18. block-40-------- Beminole Land & 2{ --
g .. Land 4 Co:. Subdlor all I'r".tt except NWyj of SEYa and

all _________ my.-___________:___ Z6 Z8 80i.ot ((41.p,. "r RI': % _____________ 6 18 11 Lot 9. block .0________________________ Dunp"n.Ins.. Co J_'- _- ___- 151 21
4 _________._______-_______________ 25 Zft 11/1 Ii pefTenhsk.rJ. I. .86 Lots 311. 31K. 324. 361.' 361. 3U. 384.. 600 8 2. II 10 Seminole Land 4 Lots 18 and 14. block IIl,--___________ Berber. W I } 95
lots T and 10_________________________ Z6.1ft 30 10 Perrtnger. Q _ 1247.ot inv. Co. -- 5.08 Lots 18 and 19 block ____________ S..mlnol.. - ./
18 _________________u____________ 21i 2ft 30 6 Pa4gelt J. Bu .86 Lot 443 - __ _u----___.-- ---____-- 6 28 II IYaWhelted. .iC L..:.: :.99 d'wnls/N__ I.nnd. I .
. ; Lot 111 __ ___ _ ____ ____________ 21i 24 3/1 6 Roby. F. Co.h .85 Colored Town Being Seminole LlLlId Lot 10. block 92----------------------- wIrt'So:::: I
Lot II' ________________n.____________ 25 28 30 6 Wlr..h"u..h.. V\ M. 95'i & Inv. Co:. Sub-dIY. .f BE% of BE,% 6 28 II Lots 1. 8. 9. 10. 11. U. n. block U___ Beminole Land k 11
lot 81 __ _____________________ 26 Zg 30 6 ftallar< H-------.A5 Lot 4. hl'.ck C'u______________ Unknown ______ ..13oI'mlnol. Cp _ 699
+,.4' Lot R8 __ ______u_____ __ _._______ ____ 21i Zfi 30 1\\ Mol'.r A. t__ .RI\ .. Land 4 rny. CO' 'ub-dlv of Lot 2. block 96______________ ________ C- _-
Let .1 ____ __ __________ ______________ 26 2ft 30 6 dll.s. A. E n __ .86 .t\J'\ :E54:; and 8EV. of SW'4 exeept 33 26 I r.ot block 100______________-_________ n"lpt. A,!. _ u 1:8:
11 Lot 100 -_____-______ _--__.__________ 26 26 ao 6 Mo'k. H I. n HII l.ak. Addition ___ __ _____ __ _ 30 Lot U. block J02____________________ Masker. J H _- 2 66 .
Lot 111 __ _______ ____ ___ ___ ____ Z5 24 30 6 AU..n..I. __u___ .AII tots. 1. A. 26. 28. 39. 40. 67. 6M. 69. 70. 11. Lot 1, block 104__ __ Plume. D J u 226
lots III and tll_______ ______________ 25 2ftto: 1/1 D.al.\ Jo' K.u u __ J.211 ..'.T2. 89. 1HI. 9l. 10Z. It3. 1/14. 111. 112. 1. Lot 18. block 106_::::::::::::::::::::: Tnmlinann. A "j1 Z

?yl Lot 181 _____ __ __ 184 136. Lots 1 and 2. block 107________________
26 28 30 5 Unknown ___ .85 m m m m m m A..kn..r, R H __ 3 H ,
Seminole I l. 7.A;; .;-di ,. ;of; .--- 166.: 167.: : 4 Lots 13 and 1. block 101______________ _ 8.U

all ___--___________----___________-- 28 2830 186. U7. 1HH 189 196. 197. 198. 199. Lot 6. block! 10__ _____________________ Ink1o'n Lnnd I &
Lots 34. 311. U. 44. 93. 1/14. 112-------- 26 28 3" 35 S..mln01..Land& 200)) 217. 218. 219. 220. 221. 222. 227. _. 1 U
_ 22-8. ttt. 230. 2.11. 232. 240. 260. 261 "I- Lots 8. 9. 10, block 110 ive ) I
Let 4 _UUUh-U-U--------u- 211 24 30 5 Hull.Inv M. A- -__ -_- 36f.H5! 262. 2i.1. 254. 255. 268. 259. 260. 261 Lot 11. block I 110_____::::::::::::::::: _B_ ::. 1 I S

Lot IT _____ ___ _n ____________________ 2f! 26 M 5 Wells. U. R _u H5 2ft2, 288. 264. 281 181. 283. 184. 186 Lots I Z. 3. 4. 6. 6. block 116.____ H 5- 4 : .,
Lot 14. n. 19------------------------ Z8 26 30 16 Donmo\.r. A I 166 286 287. 288. 290. 291. 291. 293. 294 Lot block 116______________________ W..lz..1. C _ _ 1 +'
t+ _ __ ___ _______ ___ ___ _______ 28 1ft 3/1 1Whl!'.>. N R._ _ .HI\ 205 246 .113. 314. 315. 316 317 318.31t Lots. 8 and 14. block 18u_______ H..lt Land & I ,
__ ___._--_______--_______--___ If 1ft 30 II Unknown ___ .15 >. 322. 323. 324. 325. 326. 327. 328 nob'_ . __ I
mill ___ ____ __ ___ _______ 2fi 26 30 Unknown _ on_ .146.\ 346. 347. 348. 349. 360. 355. 356. Lot 6. block 118__________________?__ __ a
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___ ____ ___________________ 211 ZC. 3/1 5 Sberm"n. J N.h __ .85 367. 3(8 .1K9. 364. 377. 378. 379. 880. Lots li. ]1. 1/. blo..k 120_ ____________. Bemlnols Knight Land & 1.1 a
381 SID. 890. 391. 391. 393. 194 S95.
1 1 lot 97 1 _and:.___84__:-::::::: ::::::::::::::_ 26 20 26 90 80 10 R Cary Carlson,, W., 'oH : : : : 1 I. : .196, 405. 406. 407. 408. 409 410. 411 Lot 4. block 141 __ __ _______u______ Seminole Inv. Ce _Land__-_ _&_ 308

+ Lot 101 __ __.-- ___ _________ 211 28 30 6 Unknown _ : $5trl 412 422 423.: 424: 425.: 427: 418 1.88
Lot 111 _____unu___ -- ---- --- lfi 18 30 6 Unknown u_ .AII 437. 4J8. 439 440. 441. 442 467. 468 Lot 3. block Ilnuu___________ ym.no.w':
:iti: Lot 114 -----____-'___________________ !8 B8 3(1( 6 Unknown _u_ _- -_ .Jli 469, 460. 469. 470. 471. 471 489. .90. 33 25 Lot 8 and 9. IJ___.________ __ ( _ _ _ 1 86 '
, __--____ -_- -_ ____-- 28 U 341 Unknown __ .85 411 492.: B01, 502. 603 &04s -_- -- ._ 30 190 for yes. w H.108 Lots 3. 4. 5. block _____ ____________ Seminole Unknown 2 84
+ Lot 1116---- __ _ __ u .. & Inv Co' Sub-dlv of Land &
) __ __ __ _un -- 2ft 26 all 1D"yl... U W .A5 mlnolo Land
__ u Lake Front Addl- Lot 3. block 1aS___________ Im Co -. I
Loa 1.7 2f! Z6 3"( 6 Unknown _ _ R6IA Freed E".c'"pt 1 26 __-______ 1
r S.mlnole Land k Inv.Co.'s. Suh-Ih -of h lion __ _ _ _ u __ 30 Seminole Li. . .

__________ ____ _u______________ !7 Z6 30 Lnls 71] 72. 99! 164. 188. 18-! 196. 221. 1 Lot 8. block 14u__________________ In.. Co 74 .
s 11. 18. 13. 28 U. U. 74. f8u. --- 272ft 31! 40 6emlnole Land & 222. 252. 317 351 444 _ _ _ _ ,28 30 16 S..mlnoleLand& Lot 12. block __ _--- --------____ 1 O..odrl..h. I __ 1 21Lots4 1 "
- Inv. Co.___ I Z. block _____ W..I". 0 .u 1 ZI
inv Co _ 594 1 21 ___ 8.01 i 1. 119 ________ .. I
' r Lot I _- -__ __-_ --__ _--_ --__ --:_- -__ 27 28 30 5 Miller. R S .a6o L..t 90 . - _ u _ __ _ l' 26 SO I .i Unknown ____" .oa Land &
I Got 41 u hot 196 - - - 86 I Unknown 99 Lots Band h. block 148n_ ___ ___ _____ Tnv oF--R-- 100
u -- -- ----- -- --------- -- 212ft 30 1Knlll'ht.. J A H/\/ - I Id ------ .
110 -- - - ___-- ___ _--______-- _ 21 211 30 5 Unkn..vn _ .A5 1.01 197 -- u u - h -- --- 1 26 10 1 \unknown _hn .11'i Lots 10 and 11. block 148u__.________ t 1.96 .
t.1 ___-___.7------------------------ 21 24 311 6 Summ..r" C J 86 Lot 220 ---___- -_-- _--- I 302d 1Y Unknown __ .It i lob 1. 18. 14. block 14 ___________ Em..non. E u I 95 i
Lot t4 _____ -__ ___ __ __ - - _ u n 28 3/1 Unknown\ lot 228 - -_ --__ _ .un ____ __ ___. _ 80 I Unknown ...II. .11' Lot Ik block 147_ J. W. 271
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4 Lot 101 __________ _- _________ 27 3(1( 6 Unkno..n _ _ ..AII1A lot 229 - u - u -- - -- -- --- I' Id 80 1 Unknown __ u eg Lots 11. 14. kii:::::: ::::::: Unknown I 21Seminole '
21 >t 111 ---_ ---- 26 30 got 24P __ un.O________ __________ Id" SOId 1 % Emery. J. s, .11' : Land & f
27 6 Wlnnlna. L .
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lemlnote Land'k Iny. Co's Sub-div.-of Lot 262 _ _ _ __ _ __ ___ _________ I to 1 iOlenn. E. D. .111 Lots 7 and 8. block 14' ._____________ Iny. Co ___ __u aDo "

all-----==-':.::.--_-_--=== 00------00-- u 28 II .e Ml 322 _ -- .-__ __ --_ --_--"-- --_- ----:: 1 16 80 HiTlbbctt*. G. W" .99Somtnol Lot 13. block lH__ _______________ Woo"l.y.*. F B ___ __ 1.116. .
iota a6. 66. 71. 7. d06.------------- ZH ZC 3(1( 30 SemlnoleLand &. *. Land & In\ Co.'" HuidU or 3:8 Lot 1*. block 148--___________________ _- "
WI _ _____ tO Lot 8. block 149---------------------- Unknown _ 121
Iny. _____ 3
'., Lots 1 and 16_________________________ 2A U 30 10 Zobrl.kl.Co.. 10' L 1 2fI 11 Lot 141. 142""l47."i4 160. 171. 171 176.; Lot 6. block 160. -- __n________________ Hobert J W 1 21
Lots 1 and 15_____ ______.____________ 2A 26 30 10 Arown. It' R 1 ZII 178 111 112. 204. 211. 298. 868. 371. 1 Semlnole Land< A
'1 Lot I' __.___._____________________.__ 2H Z6 341 6 Unknown _ ___ ..A6v 398. 403 471. 4911.! 606--------------- 28 80 26 Semi no I" 4nd 4 Lot IS block 150..____________________ Preston In..Co B_0* _ t 121 61 I

,+ 61.mtntlol. ZII 26 30 6 Baxter R A. __ .R6 3 28 tO 'u Inv. CO'h__ 11.0 Lot 6. block 161-- Seminole Land &
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3044 E6 .d 89454 of NEV ant Lot Lot 10 30 I Unknown --q .'9Lo' Lot 8. block 181__________________ Inv Co.: .. . 1 151
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NW"f_--'_---_-- _---__:.-- U II 10 I Lot 23 __ .n .__ -- ----_-------------- 3 16 10 1 Unknown ------- ;91 Lot 13. block 161.._______-------______ Ribbing. E EUnknown 11 "
.t Lot II __ _____________ _____---___ 29 Z6 3/1 5 Seminole Land & t 24 __ _ __ _ ________ ______ 16 80 I ------ .. Lot 10. block 16--______"__ u 11
a\ 1 In\( Co.------- 1.111 Lot 271 _ ___ ___-- __________________ 3 16 10 i Unknown hh__ :U Lt 9. block 164_ -_______ ______ Unknown 0. _ 11
It 17t _____.____u___________________ 211 ZI 10 I Warner E. Mh_ .811 Lot 272 u _ ___ _______'-__________ 3 16 10 Unknown --- .11 8. block 160._.____________________ Ballard HUnknown _ _ 18 ]
.' Lola.1 and 44________________________ 29 26 311 10 Emerson E. 1.884' Lot 273 _ ou _ ____________________ 3 18 10 1 Unknown ------ :19 Lot 15, block! 188-------- ------.---- _ r
u _ _ ____ 3'U 10 1 --- Lot 16 and 17 block Clark R A _ 2
Unknown
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t Lot 41 __
\ 5 Lot 274 -------- 4
f r---u----nn---------u--- 110 26 311 Emerson. E. __ .85 u- un 19 liT -------------
!Z > Lot 4. __..._______________.__ 2' U 30 6 Clark RL___ .811 Lot 303 ., -- -- 00, ____ _dn___ 3 18 tO 1 Unknown --- Lot 7 and 8, block ._____________ Sexton W H _ 4 9
t. ....nd .. Jny. Co. Bub--ot- Lot 304 __- __ _ __- -____--___ _______ I 16 10 1 Unknown -- :.08 Lot 9, 10. 11. It. block 168..________ M.I..t. B 4
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tI i0K1ot NES4 and lot 4--__ 3Z 1ft 30to. Lot SOS and 306------------------------3 8 10 a Flint. O. H.--.-_-_- au Lot I. block 11 ____________________ ._ _ 10.3 r

//to. Jot $4 ._________nu_____________ 3Z Z8 311 6 Unknown ____ .86 ,' Lot 661 8 18 tO 1 Unknown 99 Lot block ---__ ________________ Pachla. M ._ .
'r ;f1, I' _.______n____________________ a2 18 JO I Unknllwn 00 .R6. Lot 400 an---------------------------------401Se --_ ___________________ 10 J Nelson. Z. A.--- ...III Lot 4. block 171_ ___________________ Rlckford. CReachall. _- 1.1
Ii II ______._ 31 II 30 II Banter F. M.u nn_ ,..86e > -" 3 16 tO 1 Reiff. o. H.._::: ,59 L 11. block 171__ ____________________ H _ .1
"" II and T.oo----------------------- U II 311 10 Io'ryb..r". J. L__ L26y mlnole"LaVd"4"lnvT"Co"; '. 8Vb-"di"r"of Unknown __ 1

,",_laol. Land k Inv. Co.'s Sub-dl.. of II II 20r NE14 and EH of NW% and WH of fot'8. block 178__ ________0 __________ Semlnole Land A
, aU except ID' of .NI ,* and 8% of RE',. .."c..pt'It)". right of way--------4 80 Lot 16. block 173_____________________ Inv Co_ __- 1.51
a SID,* -----.--.-------.------------- 83 II JOJ Lota 219. 411. }!2. 411__--____________ 4 18 SO 6 Seminole I Land & Lot 11 block 174________________ ____ Curt.L H._. 1,21

Lola and 11-__ ________-?___________ 33 II 10 10 Straub.-. .-.._ 1.1f! Co._______ I." Lot 9. block 176_________:_,..______.____ L._ 1.1
Let _____:___________ u________ 13 18 30 II Roger.. S. _____ .1111 Lot 193 _______.___-__-___ __________: 4 86 SO 1S4 Unknown --- ,9/ Lot 1 and !1. block 176. ____________ Unknown __ 121
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botLota,36'uid 18 : _________________ :
116
::::=:=:::::::::::::: U U U 10 6 W Morgan.11.A.M.: .:::: 1.26t9 .86 Lot Lot ltd ___________...__________..._____ .4 ao ao Unknown --------- '.91.1 i iIAt Lot 1. block 177.1.._____-- ____________ Seminole Inv-r-Co._ 2.15

1.04.7 and 60---------------r---...__ $110 10 Coleman..C. A.__ 1.11 Lot S66 ______r---.-_..;,------- --- 14 10 li Unknown -----: .58 c&
Let .. ..-......-...--....-..(.--....-.--.--. 11.0 II MUIillerr. Z. W. ___ .811 i--: --- 4 14 JI.O Dn rown a.oO_ ... Lola Land t. block 178..,____________ JI""rCkJ: .:: 1.51 ,,
80
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208r/. Lots a and 4. block __ 168
1Ta----- _ _._ -
83 W. .
II Masterson J.. W. c.
rolnole 1 Lnd-k fuv Co's !l :b:4'i +1.1.0 t86 I..t. 8 and 10. block D-------------- Doop. C. W._____ 1,16Yinglingi& Lot a. block 180..........._________ .. Moreland. D. A-_ 158Wilkinson
t &n except: sw S4 of 8W'* _._......__.. .u '.81 20e .. !' Doop' Sub.dly. 'Of lot 8JI Lot'10.' block 181-....___.. _____?__ Unknown .-. '1.00
Lot .1 _____.__._--r_._____.._____-._ 14 16 ao II 'Den. )w E.______ .85 _..__________....____________ 11 SI SO Tom 1 and 14. block 111 .-__-. Wllklnaon J L.,_ 1.80
t II .. ad 110. B________________ Cary. W. H.____ 9.18 block 181_____ ______ ___ __ WUk-on! K. A. 6.14 .. '
6' ---------- ? -- -?- 14 18 3/1 II Brumby M. L_. .811 l.ot. 49 Lt ? ? ? '
ot I' -_--_______n___-.--__-__-_____ 14 II 3/1 6 Kenney.H _ .R5 N. "'. Fol"om'..lo-k dly. of lots E9 'I1Reg. IS Et0 19. block 181_________._______?_: y' H. B.------ 1.80
''"' east of N. W. Cor lot jot 10. block 181______________________ w" A"Orave 1.80
------------------------------ 34 211 30 6 Z.__ .86 140 feet
-0; *' d.ott16 --_:__ ____--__________________ S. 18 311 5 HewettR. __ ..36y 9V, run east 60 feet south 10 feel Lot 11, block 181______________________ *. V. <' _ 1.80
. Seminole Land A: inv Co.'. SubSlv.< of u west 50 feet north 150 feet -_ ___ Unknown __ 116 Lot n. block 181____ ..-------- Hoffman. J. H._ 1.80
,, aul.xMpt 9Ei4 of NWS4- _.._. _ 36 III 3/1/ fl.... Uh Lt 14. block 14n____..____________ Blalre. E M _ 1 ID '
__ __ ______ _ __ __ _____ __ ____ Flint. O A _ 2
Lot 13'-------------__ _--_ -- a6 811 3/1 /6 Unknown _ .86 i Lot 15. block 1. -_ __ _ -- -- I.U 9. block 111 __ _____ 70
45 -_____nnunu 36 U 30 6 o..nlle. 1If. _ _u_ .81 block 3 _ u __ _ _ _ du se-r jot 1. block 13n________________ Tomllnaon O J. 1111
i;l' \\t .01 --- ?_____________u_______ 16 II 30. 5 ClnklloWtl __ .86 l.ot.Z. of.r-4& 1.61 Lot 2. block 181n-u_________ Pike. E. .u _
',1411\ ______n--___ 35 28 30" II Coble. H H_hU_ .811 Lot 1. block 4----------------------- Klny. ..___ 121 Lot 9. block 186_________________---___ H..lm.n. J W 420
+} L.ts 101 and -- 8G ZI 30 10 _ 1.11I 8. block 4---- -- _______ __ _ __ Unknown 131 Lot 1 and 16. block 187________n____ T 510
Crow. H. fL Lot -
?t, 5f.m i'l LaKd : l 7-Co.'s-8 bitvf;; Lot 15 end 16 block-4--- ______-- _-- Wright. P.--M.- 1: Lot and 8, block 188__________:____ Zohrllikle. F I... 7 P
all 18 Lot 18. block 4------------------------ Stebbene. E. H.._ .. Lot 4. 6. 8. block 159------. Uttl. W. A h _ 39.
4---------------------------- - ae SeminoleLand
and 30
Lola II t6 10 ilkl"" f' S _ _ 1211 Lot 10. block 6-- MGQuald. J. H.. 8.H &
1 'Lot H block 6. iMtm and 2!. block 1.*___ Inv. Co. 11 97
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Lot 44 -n_______ __ ______________ 118 28 10 II 8wartx. C. h H6 lots 16 and 6n__ _____._ ,_ __ Donmoy'r. W. A. 2.2 Lot 1. block 191.Mt ._ --------------_---- Cln..rm.n.. S A 6.44
a4 Lot It _______ __"___ ______ ________ 3ft 26 20 6 8fliler J W.u_ $5 Lot l.ot.17 and 1.. hock 5__ _ .__ _ __ __ Monmoy..r.F. D._ 2.26 block 191__ ________,_________. E _ 270 ,I
# Lot. I' and .1------------------------ 36 26 30 III 24 block 7----------------------- Mtm and 14. block 195..____________ Unknown 240 .
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Lot II _____hUUhu___ 38 16 3(1( 6 .. N_ .H6 Lot 6. block. 1-- ___________ _ uOler.' Land & 180 Lots and It. block 195--____________ Dine. J rKent 8 83
Lot II -_ _____.___ _ ___ ___ ___ __ 88 28 30 Ii I\t..hbln.Unknown E_ .H._ _ ..RIILot Lot n Iy. Co.------ Z.10 Lot 19. block 197-_- __n______________ A __ R U 6
'' .1 n___________ -- u_-_ _h__-_ 38 16 30 6 Cnknown. _ 9, block 8 __00.___________ 1.80 Lot 22, block 197 nnn_________ Boardman C" 1 31!
ITt Lot t3 .__ ____-___ _____- ___ __ 311 II 3/1 ..96i Lot 10 block A-------------------------- n Unknown -_---__--_ 1.80 Lot 2. block 198._ ____________________ Unknown 1'5
Lot II' ______ ____________h__ ________ 1Wllk..non. .L .J_ .AR'F Lot block 9----------------------- Unkno. n___ 180 Seminole Land Y
38 28 30 6
Reynolds, .86 I.ot 0.
,r Seminole Land" Iny. Co'. Sub-d"" or 1.. block 9------------------------ Unknown ____ 180 Lot 6. block 198. __ __nnnn______ 1 51
< alt Uh-h-____ I Z7 8" Lot 3. _ __ _ __ __ ___ oodbeek. Z. D.h 180 Lots 7 and 8. block 199________________ nro".C J r:_ : ].21:
4 _ ____________ _. ._ .______ I Z7 3(1( 6 narrln... "' . lot block bl.ck'9----------------------- Derr. E._____ 1:80em : Lund 4 '
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{ t It un_____ ____ _ _. . _ u _ n 3(1( 6 Sw..en..y. E'1 L.__ .7fxl 17. block IA--------__ ___ ______ PInv.r. O. 8.n_ Z.15 Lot 7 and 8. block 200__ nn_________. Inv Co" 2 25Lot
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t 11 ___________________.__ ____uu 1 n 30 6 Sherman A R .72.72 'I..t. 7. Mock (18 _ __ ____ ____ __ ___ __ Unknown ___ 1.80 22 block 200 ___________ ______ Unknown : :,. 196 :
4. i Let .a ___.____ h_._,__ ______Uh_ I 17 30 6 flweeney. J i2 8. block 18_-_-_____ ___ _______ __ McAllester, C.h_ lot 19. block 201 __ __ Unknown _ _ 1 21 f
Lot 14 uu___ __________ __ __ _ _ __ ___ I 27 30 Unknown\ 8w..n..y.If!_ _D._ _ Lot 14. block 18----------------------- Seminole Land &- 10 Lot 8 and 21, block 202..__ __ ___ Unknow _ 121
tit Lot 4T ______--_______--_-__---_______ I n 30 -___ ._ .78 Lot IV. Co_______ 3.10 Seminole Land &
Lot II _._ ___ UnknQ'n __ block I 104LotIT. ___ _. _____ Inv. _
+ -- --- --- -- 40 hU I 17 30 6 Dunbar. J _ __ 7'f (.0ts 3 and 4. block 19--------------. Unknown ___n_ 1.1 Lot 6 and 16 (0 225 __
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100 uunUh __ I 17 31! Unknown ____ .7Z block 19----------------------- Unknown ______ S..mlnoe.Ln -
Lot u T..ot,7. -- -Unknewn __ MoPk-104-__ '.-__-.-._-----_- ___- - _&2 Z5" ,
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l:; ::::::::::::::=- :::: :-----t-: : }- -30 --t- Unknown I "; :::: -1: Lert lot -88--bMeg-3O 14. block 19__ __________-----u---- Farr. E. P.--=: .101 Lot 1 and 1. block SOS-__ ___ __ Unknown _ _:_ 1 'c

Let III ______ _____ & Seminole I
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Lot lit _____ ___ _______ __ _. ,, Inv CO-- _ FSpry
, hn n Iny. Co..______ 3 Lot blockc 8.-"u----.n------- 225
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...... .__ Bowser W J.u 72 2.
?;+ Gem 1..v.a d Lad & I nv f1r 's nu..n i. 8, 9. 10. 11. 12. block 2 __ _ ____ Stewart. S. 0.__ 1. Lot block Z07u.n_________ ,
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except S'" of % _ __ 2 17 30 21. block 32----------------------- Seminole Land 4
T Lot 61 __ ----__.---_--_ - __ -__,___ Z 17 30 S SemlnoleLand AInv Lot Inv. Co. _- 1.15 Lot 8. block Z/IIn____________uu____ Iny. Co--------- 6l '
01 Cot IT. block n-, ----u--- s.. o d-& Lot 18. block ______________________ FI..ld. I. T. _ h 1 ZI
4- 5 Lot 47 ---------00 _____ un_ _._ I 27 30 6 "iI.C'1.: 1. Iny. Co.L ___ Lot 23. block 109_____________________. O.rn.r. H f
Ix ta 86 and tL.u_ ______ 71Barber. ____________ 1.1 _____________ R..nnl..k lZ.
1 i -n 2 17 30 10 Wm 99! Lot 19 blocs It__________ Begs. O. H.____ Lot and< 14, block 110 __ J _
Y' Lots 114 and 115_______ _ ___ _________ 2 17 30 10 Ran. R __ _ __u_ .99 Lot 14. blorlt 24---------------------- Seminole Land< 1.1 Lot i ahd 8. block 114___________----- I.aner. J. A : : : Z 2 t .
Bemlnole Land A Inv Co'. Hub-rtlv of :i Inv. Co._____.,_ 1.111 Lot. and 11 block 218______________ Cunntnlh.m. F C 344
EH except timber leaae to KUalm- Lot 6. block 24------------------------ Svoke Mrs. E.,_ 1.21 Lot 3. block 118______________"________ O..t..h..l. Co 6
i mee Lumber Co----------------------- SO( Lot 8. block 24------"____ Unknown ______ 1.11 Lot 18. block 119__________________1___ _ Uu -.R
Lot* 45. 45. 47. 48. 118..__ ______._ ____ II 17 30 26 (H-mlliole; La'nd & Lot 11. hlock a1.-,--------------u---- Unknown 0. ____ 1.31 Lot 19. block 11'--------0--------- Gentle. M _u 4 ZO
+ lnCo _ 109 Lot Id. block 27----------------------- Walch. R. ____u I.U Lot 10, block 21---------------------- Armstrong. C W 6.40 {
51 Bamlnol Land< Inv ('0''s Huhdlor 0. Lot 11. block 31------------ Cain. f--------- 1.11 Lot 6. black 111._ __ unhn_____ Harris. j K 410

S all ________u_____,.___ __________ ___ 10 17 30 tot 2. black 28---------------------- Unknown u____ I.U Lot 12. block Z2 _--______--________ I ohry. '1'. _ _'-
'Lota $5 and 1t6----- 10 17 111 10 SemlnoleLand& Lot S. block 18___________ __________ Deal. F. ____:_n 1.21 Lot 7, block _______________________ 'V..rr..n. A (_ 3.4.
Inv. Co..______ 1.19 IJit 10. block 18__ ___________________-- Mathews. E. 1.11 Lot 10. block lit_-__u__ u----- Ludlow. E 8 1.80
94, .Lot* 4. It 10. !9-------------------. 1(1to 17 30 20 Flint. <;. D ____ 1.61 Lot 16. block Corcoran J. Ln I.U Lot 6. block 117--________----_--___ -" kley. 0 1:30: '
M Lot 68 _.___________ _. ______;__ 11-------------------- __ Wood. c }
.J hun IT 30 6 Unknown .71 lot 11. block Platt C. R_____ I.U Lot 16. block __ __ __ h F. M 1.60
-______ _______________ n _- ___-__ 10 17 SO 6 Ollnrer. O uu_____ .71 Lot 16. 30. 11 11------------------ Seminole Land Lot 1. bl >ck 17u_ _____________________ Miller. Jim W h 1.0 \ el, i.
u - u 10 17 10 6 Unknown _____ .Tl Inv. Co.-- U Ssmlnole Land 4 .
,qqq, tit.TI ------o.------ -" - - - --.- IIIn 80 Unknown ___ 71 Lot 16. block 30------- Young. S.: :::: : Lot 9. block 23----------------------- Inv. Co-----
qqq, ----- ----v---- -- - -- - .- --- ,tw 17 30 6 Preston B C u__ 71 Lot 19. block SLot ____ _______________ Unknown ____' I.U Lot 11. block 111 _ _______________ _____ Unknown _u_ 1.5
_______.nn ___. _ __ _____-.___ III 17 30 6 NII I es. I. 8__ -_ .71 11. block 30----------------T----- Unknown ______ 1.91 Lot 1. block 222----------------------- Smih. E hUh 8 1
( f laminate' Land A Inv. Co' Sub-dlv of Lot 9. block 81--------------- _- __ H. B ______ 1.111.n1 and &
+ all except timber lease to Kllm- 18. block Fr..by. F. M.__ 1.U Lot 6. block 181________________ _____ Iny. Co __nh_
mee Lumber Co------------------- 11 17 10 Lot 19. block Lot 3. block Itt_______________________ Ful..r. 0 ____ 1.6 '
. Lot" a -..-----1_ ____ __ __ ______ __._ 11 17 10 6Vlleo.... MB- 71 Lots f.: 8, \j, f----------------------; :::: Seminole Land c 11InY. Lot 1 and 14 block 1S8__.-__________ J.' _1__-_ 1.a1. .
?{ Lota Tl and 73---------------------- 11 17 30 10 White. O W..__ .19 Co.______ '.14 Lot block tit__----_____--_____.___ 8aumenlR. I. M.
( Lot 88 _____.--_ __--____ ___- ___ --_ __ II 17 SO II Horton. B M 71 block tt________--___ ___________ Unknown ______ I.U Lot 19. block Itt______________________ Weldon 1 E ___ 1.9 '
I Lot. 108 ._______--__ __ _- ---_ --__---_ 11 17 80 II Unknown __, _-_-_ .71 Lot.1.. block It _ ______ ______ Unknown ______ I.U Lot St. block lit______________________ Ho"man. J W._ 1.1 .
f' 'a Lota au and UIu -_- u_ __-.__n -- 11 17 30 10 Blather*.Ick. F. W .98. Lot 9. block! SI_______________________. Seminole Land Lot 7 and 8. block 114___________ -___ _he. 1.2 aS
11 Lota ISO and 111.______ ______________ 11 17 8T 10 Flint. O. D.____ .99' Inv. Co.____:__ 1.11 Lot '11, block 134-----------------------nk nown _ h_ 1 %
Semlnole Land Inv Co'. Sub-dlv of Lot 7 and 8. block 11_________________ Unknown ______ 1.56 Lot 11. block It5__________________.__ Jlckford. C. h __ 1.11 I
.all .....____....-------------h_ 11 17 SO bet 18. block 14_______________ -----J' Roger.. H. L___ 1.21 .. Land &
ot II ....;.,..-_._---h.______ 12 17 10 II Unknown ______ .111 Lot 11. a6-------,z-.__________-_ Seminole Land 4In. Lot 17. It. 11. 11. block lit___u______ lny. Co..- _____ I
t SI i 11------------------u--------- 1 12 10 II O-Rlley. P. H. 7.18 bock .. Coo.______ 1.61 Lot 8. block 117---------------------- Burk. J. ._n__ 1.1
1 4 : .. : : 11 !i SO II Randolph. ,E.W.- ..72q Lot I. block ib--___*___ ___.___ Unknown ______ I.U Semtnole Land & R
>t'' .8---------------, ______ II IT.O i Unknown ______ Lot 6 and 6. block S4--______________ AI..ander. Z. M. 1.11 Lot i. block 117_____ ______________ I
tl11 ..__.a---------______________ I 13 11 IIIIT I Cannon. C. C.___ ill Lot 7. block tt________________________ Shrever. E. 'C.1.32 Lot 1. 2. 21. block 118________________ SC Ig : U8 ;
t '1'.__.-..__.,.--------- -------- 11 ao I Dad..... C. C____ .71 Lot 11, block 25-------------------- Bundl M.'L 1.31Lot. Seinv '
I I.} .> _a-----_ -_______ II 17 30 I Haraeman. 1. B. .71 15. 14. 17. 18, block SS:::::=:..._. Saunders. P. &: 3.01: Lot 16. block 118_____________________ __ ,_ 1.10 1 r
,'t ....ma Land lrlnv. Ce,9 tlub-d'y' ofi,4 Lot'SO. block 81__.________________:___ Seminole Land 4 Lot t. block 1S9______________?_______ FoYd. F. 1.10 '
all efpt: timber !...-* to Kl*
', m_ Lumbar Co......_,..____________ is 17 SO .. LoU 11 and block 8___.__.________ Blatherwick.. T. 1.1. Lots 9 10. block S10----------- --- Inv. .
+ .Ix>t, 18 -f.7'1.-.f.---h-----------. II 17 10 II 8eminol.Land& Lets It and 1. bleak ST.----_-------- Wills. C. A.8.95 Lot 11 and It. block 1.._.______:___ Hod: F..oiC- :::: HI i
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v+ : Inr. : __ I.oal Lot 1. block ,-- .__.. .-Unknown ------ 1.50 Lot It. block 239-------. ____ P..r.lnfer. O. ___ '.11 .
t It 1::; ,_1.-r-----':------ II IT'O I HrosdbunCo.tL_ .11 I Lot 7 and .6. block 41....::::::::::::: D..LF.-------- Lot IT. block S18....----------- V.__ '
J 4r t 1. _-.....__________- II It 10 II Unknown ,,..._ .71 Lola T an4 I,. block 44-_ *__.______.__ Seminole n&Inv. Lot li. block 840-.____?_._______ R..Uey. P. H. 1.0
y' .1' ----..., --. II 11 18 I arrtn.19.. __._ .Tl C._-- '.14 Lot / __ __ __ __ 1Hck.. '
"*l I' f"n...+..8-.x !w. II IT I Pt. .r.H.Y'--.-._ :f 1 Lot 5. block 4L..4. ------------ Snbrn i T.__ 10." Lot 11'blockkl/k__.__.__..___---.._- Jones. MrsaD.-_ 1.16. ..
I ___ -----_.e 11 11.0 Unknown ...... .Tl btftctc.44. -s,1.._-_______ Fr.ncl. v.1.1: ; "flnole Land '.
.f.,. .1 ......_- -....-.,,--- 11 IT III I DICk.,.. W. D." \\l tt'll. block 44 *.__"._,______._._ Lot 1. block .4_______--_ __ tit

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1.;, Lots--1 and 41 block 164.__._.._. -?-r F/.her C __...1_ 1'.1' Lot III ______-__________________ '" Unknewe __.... 1.4'. Lot.Lot 1 1 and !. block 15___.,....---,- \ 'y:: Unknown Unknown__.._,._,, ...0.
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-"Lot. .. 11. 1" block 244---::___ S.mlnole Land. Lot 161 r._.________?______.____ ,Unknown e-__._ 6.14Lot Lot .l'l1.block 8. 11. 14., block II.*..._".!__ I. RnaaelL P, *.?. .!
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. Lot 1. bJock J.I'' __ Kar.man. J. B.. 1.11 Lot 166-------________.__..._ 6.14 Lot -- Unknown _. h

,, Lot 4 block ..._nuu B..rrow.. : ..&__ 1.111 Jot 157 '_______._________.___.___ .- Unknown Unknown _---. I.'. Lot 16.IS. block block "IS.-.-..-.--?-----.---, ._ Robert. B. .,_.. 'f' 1
10 block 1.1_._____ 1A4 Let 118 __ __ .____ ___ ?----------? ? '
. Lot Kln[. G-__ 1.11 N------= -- ..- Uekn.wn -..-: 1.4 Lot 6 block ... .. Unknown ..j__ tt
11 block .111-------.. L ot II' __ ____ ----- ------ -----
Lot ? Unknown __ ___ 1.46 Lot. f Haynea, A. .__. ...
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Lot 18 __ Ward. A. 3._____ 1.111 -------------"' ---------- Lot. 4 .., A. I.'f
1 Lot. 1 and 0 block "'_-_.___ Hebner G.T.. :__ J.'II Lot --11 __:.__________-__._________ Unknown. _..__ 6.14 Lot .bloc 7, S, 11. 11, 14. 11. block 1'N.al.on.. T, _.. +
Unknown ___ __ 6.14' .7____. __._ .
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Lot 1.1 ____________ -- -- .
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Lot ----?-?------- ,-r' Unknown ______ 1.1 6.81 Lot 3. Wars .___ .
12. block 16'' Lot 111 _________________________.__ Unknown------- block SI.----------------------
Lot ------------_ --? Mans 13. Q1.11 : __ 1.84 Lot 1 Haynes .1. i .
Lot 8. block 158__________.__________ Bemlnl.. Land Lot II' ________-_____-_____ ------ :_ -'.' Unknown .__ I.'f S 4. 0. 7, 8..10. II. 14. IS. block SI-- Doreet. 3."-.z---: . ,
____________.-__ ____ Unknown --- Lot block 6n.....- . ft n.__
Let 1.11 ________. 11.4Lot Lot ----- --- --- Unknown .... t ,s
Lot n. block .58--________________ IIhle'i! : :; ::::: UI Lot 1.C __________________ __.__ Unknown ----? 6.4 Lot 11, block S8J-----r----------.---.- Hardy. A. ...-__ f

Lot I. block 16._______._________._ Seminole Lead 1.7 a________..__..__.---t.. Unknown ----.. I. Lot 11..1 block SI..----.-----j.---_.____. Haynes A._ __. ?
Inv Co.- ____ 1.4119rennlnplale Lot 148 __________________________. Unknown ----- i' .block S. 1 5. 1. 7. 11. block SI__ --- Jenkins. L I.
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Lot 17. --------- -----?- Lot 1. block 1__ .. Simmon.. ]II. A.__ .'1'1 II Lot 6. block SO_.."____________j,.____I._ Unknown -.__-jMannlna.Q.
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Lots 6. and U. block 160...___..___._ 8emfnole Lind! Le'1, blook 1_____ ___ 0 Redden E. .
f block 1_.______________ __ . nn--: 11 KITS. block SO.- .
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Lot U.22. block block 410----------------------240----------------------- uJo Cn.H. M-::::;: 1.91 1.11: Lot Let 6 16. }clock block 1--1-::::::::::::::_:::::::: -:-= : UnknownB.i :::: :n Lot 1.. 1.block 4. 7. SO'.-11.----IS.---11--.-16--.-block.-___._40-__ Haynea.Fair Pollock.a .A-_._.'_.._. 1..7'' r t

Lot 22 block 411--------------- BeM.o Lot 11. block I_____________ __ _______ __' _. ___ .71 1 Lot: : I, block 40.:... J. -.-.- .11
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Lot. 4. : :: Unknown ......
block 60 :::::::::.:::
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In"'. Co._____,_ 1..00J block ::::::::::::::::::::::: : .:=:: : Lot 0, block 60_____________-._ Mobley, 318.7. :"
J Lot 7. block 111____+________________ Boyce.. J.. E.t__ 1.11 Lot 1. -- Unknown .71 Lot 8, block Willi..... .. 1
.U______________________ Let 6. block 8------------------------ ------ $1------------------------- l
8. block Hamlltbn J. ___ 1..1 ..71Fr..ct.
Lot G._ Lot Haynea. A ___._ 1. 1 r
1 Lot '20. block 411-------------------___ Han.com. A. A._ 1.11 Lot 8 block 1____________..__________ .Wa.hln.ton. .6' Lot I.1. 4. S. .. block CIn.n___ Brown. J.,_. _. .'1
block 363______________________ lot 9. block 8------------------ -_ Unknown ------ block 41---------------------___ ?
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1 _,Lot 28. Seminole Lend. FractL lot 10. block .____________..:____ Unknow.. ---.-- ..51Fractl. Lot S block 41..______________________ O riff In. J. ._.___ .f'
Inv. CB_______ 1.51 block 1 Unknown ------ 1:11 Lot i. 8. 9. 10. II. 11. II. IS. block 11--- Haynea, A. ... .. Lit
1. block 214-------------_________ Iota 11, 13 )3 14 10. :
Kln..y. B. L.1.41 I. Tlmberlak.
Lot 10 block : ., 8. 0.-- Lot 6, block 16-----------------------._ ..; _71
.. Lots 10, 11, 14. .
l.ot 16. block ------------------- Unknown 1.11 unknown ... Lot 7. P.... ,7.
6. block 1.._______________________ Seminole Land Lot. I and 4. block 4---------------- M.--- ..HKlni block II----------,------- englays'JJ. r
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Lot block .______________________ -- .. Thurman. --- II, block -03------------------------ .}
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Lnr Os-__ Ii H. .71 Lot 14. block II WI_ L. _...___ .
Lot 18. block 140--------------_______ Swarts. C. _____ 1.11 Lot 1.: block -------::::::::::::::::: Jenkins.: C::::: .:.71Lot. Lot 11. block $3--------------------------------- . Fay a _:._._ 1
2. B. 9. 10. block 244.-_________ Land. Lot block 4----- --
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I. 7. 8. 9. block .15__________._-__ Seeminole Land AIn" Lot B. block 11_________________________ Unknown A. -----_-_-_ ..71'Lot Lot S, -block 24----------------------- Redden. 111----- 1
Lots 11________________________ Byrd. ---- Lot 14 block 64------------------------ ..,
CLot ._______ 1.1' Lot 11.11 block block __ Hanes, A. .71Lot. Lot. 20 A..d 11. block 64.-.;,------------- Unknown ...... .1/ {

21.block block 267Seminole' 1: and 3..lIbi ii::::::::::::::::_ __ _::::: :.99 Lot 11. 14. IS. 19 11. I.. block IS__-___ Haynea, A. _._. 172.

I.ot 4. 4 block { _______________ Smith, & 0. : U Lot S, block IE-__ __________ Smith. S. 0._.
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Inv Co. : .. Unknown Lot. 9 and 10. block 6S .__ Unknown .._.__ ... ro
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Lots block 6_____________ .... Haynes h Lot 14. block $3---------------------- ,71
block _____________ __ Lot. 10. 14, U. -
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loot l.e block IA-----------::: h t tomb:. k; .yi.n. Lot 1': bloek 6---------------------- Unknown,___ ------ .. Lot 20! block! 85------------------------!! .iererettNJ 'I!
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11 11. 16, block 7______ .n.y""., A. n Lot ZI, DIOCk 68___________.__...___... ...... .
t-7-b: o k 118 ________::.:.:.:.:. =:: ..11Chevalier. Lot S.; 4, 9. 10, __ .7. '
l Buell. Q. Rand'.r.. R. S._ Hayne*, H. ..... L.
: :::::: --- 6 block 7------_____________ Lots 1, 3. 3. 4. 6. block 16 t
____ _____ Lot .
168-_ ---------
block 11Kemp. -----
Lot 10. block 1.11._______________-____ L..W.A u_ 1..11Srmlnole Lot 8. block 7________________________ _' Godbolt.. E. ---.- .99.72, Lot 1, block 47_________..?-,---------- Unknown -.-.--
Lot 13. 219--------------------- Land- Lots 1 and 4, block 8__ ______________*- Unknown ------ Lot 1, block 67__________--_?:._______ Unknown _.a-_

Lot 11. block Fnv A Lots 6 and 11, block 8_________________ -.. Haynes. A. ----- .92 Lot. 6. 6, r. block 47___________________ Unknown ...... 1..11

: CO.n_ 1.11I. Lot. t and 7. block 8__ ________________ Unknown __ 00__ .,. S, block 67____________ _________ Bneed. J. CLot -__._ sLots

Lot 16. bloc i.---------------------- Unknown __u. 1.21 11Bourne Lot 9. block 8_________________________ Tlnknown __n__ .71 "'16 and 16, block 67_______________ o Unknown .._..

Lot 8, 279--_______.: R B 1:811: Lot 12 block 8_______________________ 'nknown ------ .11 Lot 24 block 67_______________________ Unknown ...... 1 1

Lot 2. block block 271 __________::::::::: Coburn. A. M-_ .SBFrancis Lots 16 and 16, block 8________________ Unknown un ..91.1' Lots 2, 3. 4,6. 11, 20 31. 96. block 68____ .."noA, _____ 111;
Lot 7. Unknown uoo S S 9 10 14. block 9__ ___ ----- Lot 9. block 68______________________ Unknown ......
block 271______________________ 3. H--- 1.116 Lot. 1. 2. 4. , 00 Unknown .73 r.
IS. Sharp. )(. ____ 4
Lot ______ Lot 11. block 68_______________________ _
______________ = Lot 11 9 : : ,71.
171, _ .___ .SBJosnowskl. :::::: .99
Lot 14 block Tilton. R. J 'i1.'gkI6: :::::::::::::::: k Lot 13. block P. ....
17
::::: block 9 0-----------------------
block 172, ________________. S__ 1.1111 Lots .. A. __ ... Hayney -J'
20. A. .._
Lot Lots 1 and 2. block 10n______________ Hayn. u Lot.3. 6. 1. 7, 8 10. 11, block 60_______ .
274__________________ ___ _ 1.1111 ____ ...
block Unknown Unknown
1. Unknown block .....
09
Lot uoo Lots S .
Lot. I and 4. block 11_________________ 00 and 1. 60 ,
Lots 7 and 8. block 111---177 SouenlaC. ----- .84Olllman. Lot 2, block 11------------------------- ;l['oret. J. H._____ .71 Lot. 1, 3. 4. 4. bleck 70_--_--_-_----_-_-_-__--_-_-_-__- ., A. ____ 3,11
Lot 20 block M. J.._ L 65Semlnole Whitled. Ed- U Lot 7. block 70----------------------- AllenHayne, J. ______

Lot 9. block 980------------------------ Land &_ Lot Lot S.6, block block 11 11:::::::::=:::::::::,:::: Ttllls, A: ___:::: : Lots 1. 3. 7, 8. 0, 10 11. 11. 14, 14 Blk. 71 Haynes A. ___.. ..,.

Inv. Co._- _-_ 1.116I.ot _________________ Hayn.... A. ----- 1,31 Lot 4. block 71------------------------- Rpauldlng. a. ... .11
________ Lots 7, 8. 10 block 11"Lot ,
_____ ____.____
Lot 10, block 281 980_______________________ Unknown 00___ -_- _- I 1.66 SB 9. block 11Lota _______________________ Washington W._ .99 Lot 6. block 71_______________________ Burney. T. ...*... _.'1.. ',
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block Unknown If. .... -
7. Unknown ., .
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__ ___ -- Lot Bpp
_____...__ u = IS and 16* block 11 .._____ : ---- 11. block 71.u,___________ "
9. block I.u Smith. 0 E__ SBHaaenwlnkle. Johnson S. G.._ .99 ; Unknown ..... .71
Lot ::::: Lots 14 and 16. block 11__ ___________ Lot 15/ block 71 .
_______ -
U.__ ----------n-------
'Lot 21t and 14. block H. 11.22 Lot. 2. S, 6. 10. 11. 11. IS. 14. 16. 16. a _? Lots 1. 10. 11, 12.. block 72____ _______ Haynes A. __... 1.'. ,Y.

1. block 284u--------------- Rarln..C. __00 _ 1.86 block 11 _________________00 ________ ._ Hayn. A. uu_ 8.41 Lot 8, block 'I.--- Cooper. W. M... .,. }
Lot 7. block 284._________.--- -- Miller A C'____ .85Bemlnole _______________ Unknown ----00 .11 Lot 7. block 71____-_--_-_---------------- Unknown ..... .,.
__________________ ::: Lot 9, block 12 ____uu 1 ... ___________ ___ I D.
block 286 _- Land A Unknown nrayton, ....
Lot 6 .. ___ ----- Lot IS. .11
Lots I and 4. block 13----------- block 71_______________________
Inv Co.. __ ____ 1.61 Lots 2, 6, 6. 8. 10, 16, 16, block 18__ Hayn.. A. n_ __ 1.13 l.otl 1. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9., 10. 11. block 71.... ___ 'Haynea. A. _.... 11
lot 4. block 286.Lot .-.,--.---------------- Kestner. B. H.__ .11nodire. ________---- McIver M. __'00 .VI Lot 3. block __ ......
11 78
6r block 286-.__- -_ _________n____ C. C____ .21Semlnole l..ot'S, block _._______ _ Stevens, L. ______________________ Haynes. Ij; ;+
M'n Lots 1. 4. 6. 8. 9 11 12 ---
block 18 IS. 16. block --
Lots 18 and 21. clock 287. __ ____ __ Land A: Lot Lot 12.IS.: block 13=:==:::==:::::::::::.:: Henderson.. : Lot 3. block 74------------------------74. Unknown __.... .1 I Yi D

Inv. Co .16Leavltt. 'Lot 1. block 14. ______ _ _______________ Hines. E. ------ .71 Lot 7. block 74_ _._____ ___ _. Unknown ...... .

Lot 24 block 268--_____ _ _________._____ F.--3.---- 1.11 Lots 2. 4. 6. 10. 12. 15. block 14________ Haynes. A. ----- 2.01.71 Lots 1. B, 9, II. _13. 14. 16. black 75----__ Unknown. .._. 1.71
block 28* 1.11 ._....
24. Unknown _______ Unknown -
Lot 00---- Lot 6, block 14__ _. ____ ________ ----- Lot 16. block 76------------------------
____
Lot 7 And 14. block. 290.. ____ _,__ Seminole Land A: Lot 8. block 14_______________ ______ Smith S. 0._____ .71 Lou 1. 2. 6. 6. 7. 4. 0, 10 16. block 76___ Unknown .___ .111 '
.7.
.. _
__ ISRldeout. G.
Inv. Co._____ Wa.hlngton. Lot 3. block ......
1. block 2tO- ___ ____ ____ ___.:______ B I.Is..mlnol. Lot IS. block 14-- Unknown 1.u_ Unknown ,9tLots
Lot ___ ____ ________ --00- Lot 18. block 14 =::::= :H 1 and 14, block 76___ __ A.--r-
Lot 15 block 2'1-_ Land A: Lot 1, block IBIvots -::::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown 306Lot Lots 2, 8, 6. block 77________________ Haynea, 1.11

1.01" 19 and IP, block 2.2._____________ Inv Co_Land_____A_: BlSemlnole 6.2, block 4, 6. 8, 15 11_,_12___block_______16Haynes.___________ Byrd' "A., A.__-_-_-__--_ .7..71 Lots Lots 2 1., B 8., 9 4., 11 block, 11, 78.-14, block,_____71_ ___________ 30n.Haynes... C.A.F.--_-.-.-. I'i.

Inv. Co_______ 1..11 Unknown ------ Lot block Unknowna....
______________________ Lot 14, block 16--1-00----------------- 6. 78 ----------__----------- Unknown
K. block 292. Brown B 1 11Revmour Unknown.---- 10. ...___
l.M B. : u: Let block 78______ _________________
LB 4
9. block 298--_____________._______ R-- 1 11 Lots 8. ;_ ... = LL __ W..rll t .. .
Lot ___________ Lots 6 9. 18, 14Lot block 1 Unknown;; ::::: .11 Lot J. DIOCK 7VLot --------------------__ n. -- a
__ ___ '
___ Unknown
Lot G. block 294__ __ Unknown nu-- 1'1 11.: block I 16______ __:::::::::::::: 2., block 7'-------- ___ .i.1'
Lot 14. block 285-___________________ Remlnole Land A: Lot L block II------------------------- Hlghsmtth H. P. .11 Lots 4. 6. 7, 8. IB. block 7.h----_-_-_---_-_-_-_-- Haynea, A. -_--- .

Inv co-------- 1111 ______._ Unknown __ __ .71 Darby, B. ...... .'
block 18_________ _______ n Lot 11, bleck 79.
Lots 1 and 2, block 295-___________"____ Young C. R ---- BBroadhurfct. Lot 4.8, block 18_ ____ __ ___ ____________ Hayn.... A. ----- .71 Lot IB. block 79----. _____ .' Unknown ...... _,. "
Lot
2. block 197_______________________ I. 1 11Wllco 18_______.... Unknown ------ .71 Unknown -. a. .:
Lot -- Frac. lot. 5 and 11, block ? Lot 2. block 80_________._______ __. ?- .9i.
_______________ .99 ---- '
297_____ M T>. 1 11Unknown I Mannlnc O. A...
21. block Unknown ------
Lot Lots 12 and 18. block 12.----------- ..149Lots Lot 3. block 80___ ___n________________
Lot 1, block 298- ; ::: 1.91 4. block 10__ _______________ Unknow}') ---- Lot 4 block 80-------------------------Groom*. J. A.._. ,41 41
: 1 and
Lot 16. block 299:::::::::::::=::::::: Seminole Land A Lot 8, block 1900--------- Darby .B. ---o-n-; .7.. tots 6, 9. 10. 11, 12. 18. block 80--------- UnknownA. ...-_ I." I 0

Inv Co.- ______ 1 61 IB. block 19 ______________ Haynes; A. -=--- ., Lot 4 block 20--------------------------- ...... .n.

\-1."ta A. 4. 6. Mock 299.______________:_ Bmlth. J. W____ 70Semlnole Lots Lot 12.13 block and 19________ ______ _________ Jacobs. M. ----- .71 Lot 8. block 80_______,. ._________ B.w.r L ___,w .1t 1
__ 1
___ -
lOt 23. block 801_____________ Land A: Lot 16. block 19______________________ Ijanjfl..y. J. --. Lot 1. block B-------------------------- -... . s
Inv CO.n 1 BlBuckley. 6. IS IB block 20______________ Hsynee. A. _____ 1.6' Lots 1. 2. S, 4. S: kE : :::::::: Gray, a ..... .
Lot 3. block 80J______________________ 3.-- 1.21Lot Lots 1. and S, block 20_________________ Unkno..n ------ .,. Lot 11. block 0-------- -_1.-..- Bally. A. _.,-.= jl"
2 _
hot 10, block 80S._____________________ Unknown unu .11Jackson. Lots block 20________________________ Williams. B.____ .71 Lot 11. block O____. ----- Tet.rJE.... .
Lot 6.
block aOL____..f._________ _____ W A 2 IB block 21_____. Hayn."A. ----- !3.86. ------ ---- ., ,Jr _
20. Lots I. 2, 9. 11. IS 14. 16. Lot IS, block 0___ _____________. __ .
l.ot 21. block 804________- _::::::::: Unknown -_ :: .11Semlnole Lots fc. 6. 6, block 21.__________________ Unknown ------ 1.16Lot .72 1 1 Lot 1*. block G_____________________-__ Unknown ....._ _73 lK$

1 ota 1.: 2, 8. 7, 8. 22.block 80S. Land & 4, block 21Kractl _____________..______ Covington. H. 1. .71'', Lot St. block Q______ ____-_____ Henderson A .. .1+ .
Inv ('0.___ 11.1. ________ Unknown --- ]knew C. F.... ., '1
and 11n ---
---- block
lot. 7 8. Lot 26, block 0-----------__ __________ .
20 and 21. block 107_________.___ Baird. N. D_____ BHuKhes. __________________ Stevens. 3. P.Lot .--.. .,. n. W. ."
Lots _____ Lot 12. block 21__ _. ..72Fr Lot 17, block O___________ __________ Jampt -,
Lot 12. block SOS______________.__ J. F. ,11Towl IB. block 21.-.____________j._____.. Unknown.-------- CITY. >-
JO9 j ... J. ::_ 1.21 21.... __ . I KU.IMIR .' ,
Lot 4. block -------- = -- 8. Inclusive block ,f.

Lot 11. block SO*:::.........-::=:_ Kiln. O. U.___._ .11Wrlpht Lot'c.11 lots and 1 to 16 block 28.-_._____._.,-_ Unknown A--____ .99 1'' All block S___....>__._____.______ __ : Miler. J, ...W. .._;' 1.1'. .
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_______. ._____ J. E._ :_ .1.1 __. : "
S10 --, '' Lot 1 and 2. block 11______.,___- ---e- All west of of block except .1- j'" .
i Lot.9block 110---.:.........--------- Davlson. A. _-.,- 8.00 8, 4. 11,7. 8.-10, It. IS, II, block 1'.. Hayn.. A. ---__ 1.81 100 feet ral..a. end of 1... __ ." : ,:" '' J i Hua-b.*f Robtw 1..*

j 7 and 8. block 111..'.,_____.__._. Dine. :J. C....... .96Thompson Lot Lots 11, block .._...-.._.___..___...... ' Richardson n.... ,71 :' Aeg. SO feet north of A. Cor of -Blk.- J'k' .: 't ',' "
Lots > Iff 11,"11, block 111 ___...._ -- M.. C. 'S.44 11. IS block 24. '. _.__. LIT m : ( '.' ,y
18 :
Lot 1, 1. 4. S. 6, ,7, Unknown 11. of A. C. L north 10" ;", d. .1.ylf,f
Lot IS. block-81I...........___ _--- Dun bar, J _..... .11Sweeney Lot J. block 14..r.____...':, ,,,"'" i\A,; _--r '.71 :. Wf. .. 100 feet, south SO t..t. '.f', : :
r _.. ...'____-_--- ., F. L1.21 __ Unknown ___ __ .11' t.t ; Waddlw" Wr.D..101B.ew.H'a
Lot 14, block 111_ ..11Bweeney Lot 8. block 84----------------- .11 100 feet ___,_______.1__________ _
1 Lot 16. block 111......__.____.------- Sweeney, :J. R.__ Lot. J(!. block 24Evan.S. -.i--- ..._lvleloei Lot 10V

'Lot 11. block 111_____:._.------_--- M D._ .21Rrdman. Lot ]1. block 24_______________________ Unknown ----- .11 Pmrmr A Payne's Addltle.au. _'r t '

Lot 19. block 111Lots ___________________.-- .1 K I 21Semlnole Lot 14. block 24___ ____ ______________ Unknown ------ .TI. Tots and U. block A._"______________ JUcbard.on Each ..., y

1. 2. 8. block SIS_________________ ; ; Land &: 300 Lot 16 block 24,____________________ J ckson.-. W.B.A._____ .72.711.ot lot 1.1 block B________________________ WalnCr R D ,16. t"'

Inv. Co. L block 25_____ __________ _____..,___ Bryant. n. H. .'. Addition.Lots .
Lots 9 and 10. block US_____J:__________ s'inn:; W --Ru--& 1 S5 t.t. 2, 4.I./ block 26____ _______________ Unknown ----00 1.211 1.61 S and 8. block Pr..t.G_____________,____ Reed. :John ____v S.4IAnderson. W,
____ .
S14 _____________ __ .. Land : block 26 Lot ___ _ Molllo- S.4IThomas. ;
Lot 7. block 1111 l.nte 7. 8. 14. 15, tl : _:::::: :.99 1. block 0---- u ____
Inv ( :::====::::::: Walter. 7.it
'do'-1\J'-- Tote 10 and 16. block 2BIV. Lots 7 and 8, block Gn________________
Lot 6. block 814______________________ < n ",; an \ 11 21 lot block 26______________________ 1..wI5. R. --- ---- .7' lt .bl._.'. AddHloa. ''

Lot 10 block 8H ----______________ Burton Wm --- 21Oreen. Mock 26____ ___ _______________ Anthn"y. J. ---- .71 Lots 4 and II. block 2 Mallory, :John .. '.'1
-- Lot 12.
Lots IS and 14. block 814______________ J O:_____ .96Rohrhacker loOt ]3. block 26______________._________ .. .. pauldlnR'. G. --- .7..71 Lot 2. block 8------------------ Robln.on Llssle 1,41Thomvson.Barner i,

; L- 1.21 _________________ Unknown ------ :
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Lot !2.L tk.H6---------------------- 1.21 lot 1. Mock 26 A. ____ 8.41 W74 lot 4 a strip 45 feet wide a.. t
W B .
Dlrkrv -- - ? ? ? ? 12. nniv. U Haynes
,
J1 ___ ____
. wssl end or block 16 _
Lot D. Uluctv B ft O .CIS Z. 4 D f ;> ftv n.on. -- .72 acto.s .1
12. block SIS._____________ Unkncwn 196 _ _____________. Unknown 3
and 26 -- .
lute 10 Lot 8. block ----- F. A Addition. ,
Lot 18. block 818______________._______ Wolf C - 1 111l.ot tot 16. block 26__ ____ ____ ___________ Unknown ___n_ .71 Lot 33 C. _____ Wlllson. J. M:, Jr ....
72 - --- --
B -
; 121 N Darrler. Jo _
Hums I> T Rrown. -r---- 1.04Sallette
12. block A0----------------_______________ Unknown 1 111I.ot Lot 1. block 17-- Mobley. B J.- .'72 Lott, _A __ -- f f flouts
Lot 8. block 821_______ - lot 2. block 27------------------------ ..U \odell Dole'. M.b-dlvdd.a .t !-.*.
6. block 821 _________._____--______ Unknown - - 1 21nihbonii. 1.01.3.4.6.10. 11. 14. 15. block 27__ __ Hayns. A. IM. (V4. *T, IH, K. I.. I. C'a A."

Lot 10 block 812.dts ________.__._"________ J n 1 21MorRan. Lot 12 block 27. ____ ___ ______________ Unknown 1.72.52 10 and 11, block ._____________ O 11.--. ...

12 and 18. block 828-_____________ H I'"d-: -J- 1.95 Lots 2. 4. II, 12, block 2800 ______________ Havnea. A. B-___ ..72Lot Il-tc N. K Cor of lot 65, runs south US tl

&: ____________________ Bowen W.
lot 2, block 844Seminole Lot 3. block 28__ .72 ; feet west 815 feet. north feet. '
TJ ; a.oA---__ 1.Bl 7. block 28_______ _________________ Unknown .72 cost 815 feetWhite __ ___ ___ 11_ __ __ Gu.rn.y. :J. a__ '..*" '
___________ O 1 96 ___________ Sheffield.. P. -
Lots 3 and 4. block 114--_ Lot 14 block 28______ ______ .9t'' A nerbyaklre'ai .. of
Lots 12 and 18. block 324______._______ Unknown 1.981.nl Lots 15 and 16. block 28_____________ Unknown Part of Lot .. .

6, block 846--_____________ Smith J. ---- 1.21Semlnole Jot 8. block 29---------- _uU- ___ Haynes, A. 2..71 SS Lois 4. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 _______n___ Unknown ----__ 4..1'

Lots 6 and 7, block 826_________________ Land A: 125Semlnole Uots 1. 2. f. 6. 7, 8. 10. block SO________ Haynes, A. .99 I Heir N. W. Cor. of lot 71. run eaat 11744 11

Inv Co block 80_________________ Unknown .
Idle 6 l and 9. 2,88 feet south 10S feet, west 117 H f. t, __ _
Lot 16. block 827______________________ Land .SISemlnole Lots 2. 6. 7. 9. 18, 14. 16. block 81______ Haynea, A. -_ _.- .78 105 feet ,. .- .. Saed.nr-W'J-.-. 1,1.
1 .
]nv; Co.--A; Lot 4. block 81 ______________________?. Thom O. - .71 Bear Oahf south of N. B Cor. of lot '
Land J
'" ____________________'-" 81_ Jones E 80. south feet. '
129 block : runs ,45 west-115feet.
Lot 6 block B.
Inv Co- 1.BlSemlnole Lot Lot 8.: block 81 -::::::::::.:::::::::::::: Unknown -.. *.71.0 north 48fcetT AsrllB feetBete. ___ .______ ---- Cireon. C A.____ m
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Lot 13. block ISO______________________ Land Lfl 1Calkin" Lots .L2. 4. S. HU-UU-block-M .-- ---- Ha : t. 1 feet south of N. E. Cor. of lot
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Lot 8. block 82_ n------- south 70 feet west IIS .
1.96jrrj O____ .71
. :=:____: C H-- Glenn E. Henens. J A._.. ..ti.
---- T..o..Tand4.. block 830------!_ 7..block t- north 79 east SIS .. ..._______
Lots 6 and S, block SSO________________ ,. T. -_-8--_ 1 1.31.95Jiaver lot Lot 12. block SLot _______________________ Alton L. J.Tlmberlake..._J.Haynea. _.____ .71.71 Lot 81 ___t.t __________________ Mile. m]11.___.. 1L1

______________________ Mrs block S2- Pi.eet -
Lot 10. block SSI F C-,_- .1. Sfiemlnole 14. _______________ A. 1.16 r.r. Curry, T. L..___ 1C.IS
block 881 Raby 1. 6. 7. block SS____ Lots 28 and 26__ ___ ______ __ ?
Lot Lots 12.11 l and klli. ________:=::::::::::=: ; ,Land A; .81Unknown Lots Lots 2. T. If 16 block 86_________ ___ Haynea. ., A.W.-____ 1.61.71 Lot. 86. 81. 91--------------------------- -- .. A C._____. 11.1 +

Inv. Co _____________ Beat. J <
____
Lot 4. block SB_______ .71 Lot 89. lees B..";. N. E. Cor., run wet. -

] Lot 16. block 8SS ____________________ - 1.41 Lot 4, block SS__________ ______________ Lewis 8 A.- 1.79 SIB feet aouth 1B1 I.e.east IIS ,
Land A f..t
Lot 1. block 814__-___________________ __ Seminole : 1.BlSemlnole Lots 3. 6. 8. 9. 10. block 84,------------ Haynes. H.- .71 north 151 feet _______ _____________ HanselU W. T.._ S.OT I
t Inv Co------- 7. block 88_______________________ Hemnlnvs. -- B._ Addition.EH '
; Land: A Lot __________ Unknown ------ .99 tr Terns a. W.___ l.irJohnston. '
.
Lot 13. block 338---------------------- 1.51Semlnole Lots IS and 16. block IIIu a .71 block ___________________ _ ,w
Inv. Co.- 2. block 17---------_______________ Gray -------- Skevau.ker'ai aBb.dlvla4eai D, 1
Lot
83' _______________ ._ Land A: Lot. S and 4. block 87_________________ Unknown --- 99 A 3. BII.
,' Lots 1. 2.-3, block Co. 800Semlnole Haynes, A. I
Inv. -- :1: J. 1C._.
A Lots 8, 7, 8. 15; block 17Lots Unknown ...... SV4 of lot 4--------------------------- 1'1' s
block 840-_____ Land : 10 and t block 87 ::::::::::::: Lot 14 ._ Oamden. B.b.' .
.
Lots 7 to 18, Inclusive, .78Unknown 1 70 ----------------- --------
t Inv 1. Lots 8. 4. 6. 6. 8, block 88Lots. _____________ Unknown ----.- 106 All block OLBkeBnoke _________________________ Hutton J. M.__ 1.01

r Lota 11 and 11. block 141--_____--_____ Land-A 7. 9. 10. 11. IS. IS. Block 2t.L< ___i. Haynea, A.-..... 1.SO >r>. *)._Ir.... of Bloek HI
______________ Semlnole : S. E. 6, 7. S. 9. 11. block 89Lot : Lots I and 4_______ Johnston J. K L7SmsJl. 1'
Lots 17 and 8. block 144 1..15I Unknown .71 ---------------- '
. Inv. Co B-___ 1.21 .11'. block 89___.:.,.. ::::::: A..- 3.01 Al Block K__________________ Mary '.$1 u

Lot 17. block S4S______________________ Hull.Seminole M. Land-A-: Lots 1. S. 4. S, 6. 10, block 40:: ,:::::::: Haynes ---------- :.72 block PL___,__________ .Ob .tOD.' .J.M. Lll.
__________ _
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block 40 koe.aaajker'o bolvteleaj .!
Lot 2.
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L Lot IB, block 246---------------------- Co. 181Wells Bmlth. a A. _ BII QL '
Inv ________ 7.11
r 41________
1 and S. block Lot 1 ...... Cr.oll Olber
M 1.11Wortbley Lot Haynea, A. ----------- ------- -
I Lot 18, block 846______________________ A. 1.11Unknown Lots L E. block 41 Bellamy. O. -- IJI Lot 1 ----------.------ -------- .. tXIt : ;
Lot 4. block 847_______________-_ ____ D. -w 1.11 Lot 4. 'bfok 41________::::::::::::::-? Unknown -1. .71 NH of tat 4Bea'N. _n________________________ R..4 John ____. 4.4t ; 11

I ... .,j Lot 15, block 847_________ __ ________ Land-?A- Lot 1. block 48______________________ .- 1.11Lot E. Cor. of block I L. ran south ,'n*
block--865;_______ Semlnole 1.74Semlnole lOU. 2. 1. 7. block 43__________________ Unknown ----- .71 71 feet: west 91 feet north 71 feet
Lots 1 to 4. Inclusive, ; Inv. Co------ _____ ------ Bllaa. ,..* ?
6. block 41___________________ eaat. 94 feet L"roc.
Land A Haynes, A. 1.1' ------------------------
I Lots 1 to Inclusive block 858____ ____ Co------: S.74Semlnole Lot. 2. 4. 7. .. 10. block 44_____________ Lott. B. ----- .11 8W4 of block VL __________________ A '' f ,
4.
Inv -------- H. L. _______ _.. (
block 44.., ------- .
3 --
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A -
____ Land ________________________ Unknown ------
I Lots 1 4 Inclusive., block 858____ 174Semlnole Lot I. block 44 Haynea. A. 106 Be r N. E. Cor. of block C-8. run south .
to Co
I Inv -Land A Lot 1. .. 1, 7. 0, 10. block: 45___________ Jones C. F._--_-__-_- .71 60 feet. west I feet north SO fat
: Unknown ...... ..,&
________ block 4S.J.__ ____, ----- east 00 feet .
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Lob 1 to 4 Inclusive, block 159 CO-______ 1.74Semlnole Lot 4. Frailer. C. H___ .71 ------------
,
Inv Land A Lot S. block 46________________________ A. 1.0' Ber BO feet south of N. ) Cor. obck i

Lob f to 4. Inclusive, block 860________ Co 1.74 Lot 1. 4. 7, block 41__________________ Wright Haynea :J. ----- 'I C I, run aouth SO f..t.i west 00 feet S.71" .. :
t Inv ----- Unknown .___
Lot I. block 44------------------------- Unknown .71 north 60 I..t east. ___________ .
t. lit. Land A Lot B. block 46________a_-------------- Allen. :J. ------ .71 B.. -. N. B. block 4, run sooth ISO #< K

\ Lake Fro.it Addition _____CIOaL--- Semlnol, Lot 1. block 47________?___________-'- -. feet. west. OS feet_ north ISO '
I _____ _ 1.8S .71 .
Lot ____
i ,. block 171, T Inv Co -LandAInv. Lot S. block 47________________________ Unknown ...-.-- .71 eaat OS feet _________________t..t .Johnston. Pat .. .T...

Lot __ _______:___________ Semlnol. Co. .SBThierry. Lot 4. block 47______,.._______________ Unknown .11 Beg S. W. Cor. ef block 4. ran north ISO '*
block 178 J ------
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.SSSemlnole Lot 7, block 47 V...tw W. C, Sr.Effffleston .. .71 .t. feet, south ISO -
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i I Lot ------- Land---A-: Lot 11. block 47_______________________ W._ ... OS .. ____________ 3obn.ton Pat ,

Lots 1.6 block and 7.407 block-----40---__--__--_-_-_---________ ___ 4.11I Lot. 14 and 16. block 47_______________ Gray K -....._ BH of lot I and cloy of WU of lot 1. J. L_ 1.10H.b.rt 1

; : O""CT___ SO.SS Lot 1$. block 47__ _,---------------- 0 Unknown , block M- -. .
Outlaw .SSYoun Lot 1. block 48___IZ___________________ ---- ill Booa Seend Wi
, Lota S and 8, block 411------------"--- David M. H- 1 .__ Unknown i.-ti. J.
Lot 1, block 41---.__.._.-__- O. Lot 1 Rlcha.OI J
1 Lot 1. block 417----------------------- 40.____________ Smith. S. .. -------:::-----' : -:-:-- W 11. -rf ,
3 j t Boulevard. J. .... I." ; Lots S and S, block i Unknown _. .71 Lot 1 and 4.tewi.. ; -- 3akI.

: toot 61 St. Cload:) ______ ____________.,_ Boyce.* W. H.-- 11.11 Lot .. block 40_______1______________ Farmer A. E.-.. ..71 ,;A.. MaeklsaoL'10-8 ; .

a, Lob B8 Ynd"ioZZLot ______--______________ iobresks,. F. U fool Lot 7. block 40____________________ -, .7! Lot S and I. -,-- IL "
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. J. .< ____:______________________ Semlnole Land. AInv. 11. block 49_ __ Unknown .--,.. .'1 e .
y;; Lots 71 and 71________________________ Co.Berolnol. -- ,--- 11.II Lot 16 block 40.___.-._.--.-____ --- Hay n.., .*..., ____ 3.99 Cmm J LiA'
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block SO_____ J
; j>n Lot 3. 4. 0, Bmlth. .,0._ Lot .eg a----, : lao' .

vt Lot 117 __ _______.._______.________. ln' ".- Co.-;;;_..1i..1' Lot. 11 and K bloek'60.-- Unknown'" :,':.7 114. ---i . AddHloak :Y
; Seminole Land! &r> Lot 1. block S0.,. .._ n Anderson"Q. ,.'1'1 Lot I. block A. _________- 'lper 'J"I.ir
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0 COLot ,____ 40 foot wide crow* eaat .. .
Lot w 4.tTJM
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----- Inv. Co. < \9\\ rroello.Annlajr.
Lot 1.1 jC. -------- - f// A Iip
--. -?- --- Unknown L block 11._.k__? Unknown ,-...- ,
I.'. Lota 1 and 4 block SI---.u.----- A 1." '
Lot 11. ....... ------- Unknown --.r. .yn. -'-'" -I& DrveM'. _.d
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5t1 Brown. A. _
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LotI" _w_---- block 61f-_. t' .---.----n 8 of -- 4
5.14Tv" Lot 1 %
Lot t il r. .,,-...... ?--- Vnknown: .... Lot._>t l 4 S<; block F4e.e-:......a-- Hayne Griffin.*.JHayneavA A. -" 'Sat; : 7Y 11 t et lot" bleak ? J.wm. +
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111: _u Loe .- ,- SID let 1 sod H. -- -- ----
'Lot Lot :Unknewii :::..-.-.--1.12: Le..T!, :'f' 4.119.. 11".J."locll" I 1-0. o. -00-' .11ijLot. ti ll -rnn .o.tk // f 10* foot.,, /S;ea Mra.L 1.

l Ul I ..". 6 Unknown ..,..:;,:'11,4' Lot If ...' Snknownknown! .. nortftrsojeVt .t 01 bleel fU ,. U- t
':;T t 141 .. L -- Unknown .... : and bl irli_- Unknown -. ..,...11t I Be. m. m. Cor. 1 144 ., '\ ,. .
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1>ESCRIPTION OV LAND:' g'i '.wI OWNER.l : g '

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F a e L < 0:0.- PROGRESSIVE .
r INCREASING I
W. A. I .'rlrka Addll/o..
12% of lot 4., blook K. .._._ ____ ___ .. JJann.. IS; V._____ U.U .. "*
Lot S, lefiH Reg: 8 E. Cor. run west 49 (
,t 1 feet, north 147'.41 fret cast 49 foetr
1 I south 147.41 feet block o.u Ja.rrell. Mr. J T. 27 81
13V4 of lot I, block O..n_____ _________ 8arnhlll.Mr..E.A.21.87Delii' QUANTITIESOf
1 + S. E Cor, of lot 8. hork| O, run '"
wo8t9 foot north 147 44 feet cant -
4d V iJ. 49 feet south 147.48 r"pt.n u-_ '__ Ifankln W O. 13.10"A I3ushiessPeople
!r W. ft. Harwell'* Ur....h-dltl l... nt Illk, 4 i
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Lot 6 and W14 of lot 8. block T 'at son & Rod- I
K and __._n 27R I
'} Ii% of lot 3. block X !>..an, II L. __ 117 Fertilizers Being Used J: '
W %, of lot 3. I block W . . . ... .._. 'IJIIIe: I M.,.-- H 60S i. .1.
N .i E% of lot 1. block Y .' _. n. .u_ .'rtrs. Mrn. l D.lay 33 02 t .
Lot J. block JiB \\'II1 nn. (' H __ BUTKnllanl 1
Lot S. block BB.__ . . . .. _.. Amelia 447. On American FarmsIS
,q (.rrralraf A A.dre.>..' "....-01..1.in ofIllork You Should Know
'". 0 and I9. _. I
), Lot 8 And 7"u . -- W'a rinse. II n.u_ 848
Deg 100 feet weni > "f .I; EVIDENCED BY THE I R:\I'II>LY
24. run,' went 00 fist H..uih. 14", f.'I.. : r
....190 foot north MM f....itK. Kuhnn. I. M __ .2114V. (;.ROWING PRODUCTION: OK. '. ,
n gV .l :. I.. 1..1...'. .0101..1... MIL POODS IN UNITED
Lot 1\\ _ _u. P' 1'-'nn.2If1..R. 112 '
)! / Lot 21. . . . . . .u __. Johnston. \\'. B. 112 / STATES.
l' ; Lot87. .____ .-. _- -- __ 1\100".1 C. . 112 I IN
J. \\'. IJlII...'. iri"llll.... J.
j ( 1 _1_ 1 9 1 M r.' K I.I'll' .'I. 9 H.II. A II 1184 Washington. D.I C. June Ifi).-That ,
.1! 7 L't.'A; : n; block) 3 . -_- It. c.rxVJ{ I. 2217
\ 'I Wl'* Iota 11 and 12 l.l.ik, I _ Ilui""h. Mr' CM 1 112] l ly incieuinifr: quaiititie*of f r
A. K. I)"......'. ..iil>-olio lulon of % 'i of is evident both from the tapuily zel"l(
r KM of MSV. ...I'I!*. .. ins production of soil foods in the I
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: .1.tE 1v 781
.y Lnl.- and 2 blot k 4
'. ," Lois 8. 4,. S. hlork. 4 PO"O'I' ',' A. E. 246! United Statei. and from the marked I
l J} 4-. A. ( mrmttn'm tilillflon' increUM' ill i importations of that &lav.l!
., Larnrr. J ._ 2 roD I' KISSIMMEEEGGERSGLUESS
'{ Iola 11 and 12. I 1.1 k V A -tcudv imica-e! in the available I
,j, Lora 14. 1C 16 l 1.1".1.I \ Smith. .I I It 3 ff ,
; r I KUclmnirr llf-lubl. hujplj) of fertilizers 1-1 \indicated\ l>vtht ,
.
n Jot. ((12 and U3' __ lln n k Ins. W /I 1 26! latest statistics of the government! :
JohnNton Tnrk I The liomestu ,
1 manufacture of fertilizers
.1: . .
Parker MattliIlallnrd !> > .
Lot 5. blr>ck 14 -
for, l example) as reported! hy l the< !
I I' M 1 f.2
1 1.01 8 and l 7. 101\l l \ II tl I -
A. K. Itnmrmmwi'm 8u1.-dl./.Ion of N'i of bureau of census in UII 0't) I. amounted I i :
j t ',' of !.'. 01" ." . _. they .
KV4, of II. /t .nil! -x to IO.j.fHJI/.OOO.l < >() 01 nearly double t

t: Iot 2, Murk of 7 M'.Vi of 'IK1% . -. . . IIlv ., , I Anil' \, r M 90f total repotted for t 11101! Of phosphate ,' :f I I I:
H. block h I Fox A 94It lock tin- domestic production ha.. RIEDEL.Notary Public Taxes Paid O. K. BAKERY .
'1 J.oI10hl'k 1 -- i r;. .I"JlroM.'I" ( doublet! si me 1 IU.: the total for 1! 1J. {t & FIRE'! I
5 Lot 4. Murk I'l (M 1.'tnfl te' MrH C A A7:' . E. A. Niemeyer,
"; M A I..V..OI ... Addition - accordug to the United! States geological : I:' Carpenter and Repair Shop I.. Your Home Insured If"ot.'f' ,
l' Lot 16 hlork 2 Shrnpton' C C._ .85 sur\ej being about three mil :'[ Why Not.( Call on Red Band Brand Candy
( l'pl.U., .. LandNEU >. tons, of which one million ton, A. E. DROUGHT. I lb.
Ilion Inside
all Furnishings, Screening; 15c per
: of RKV Mini N\\ % Of !
exported cottonseed oil take Insurance
Ii ea.t of A C .I. tl\ xe. pi KlMsim t and Cabinet Work < AgencjRoom
mar HclKlilH i l l Iauda ow o. il l \ about OIK'.fouith of the total I.r:
;
J. Nlmllll: M 1't'lrl..lane i Et of one and one.half million I r. Phone 292.
r"rand E L. Lesley . .uu- 1 15 2:' :2!' ]12 Mill, r. .I \\.1 His; ; ..
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used for fertilizer
SW% of SEW"; .. >10 25 2 0 4'i \ a I \ >4 (I n tons is purposes, recent 11 I-
U : .I"M HH"r
i i ; 7:14 of K% of SV'of' ; SWI? J 1 10 25 2) 11 Pn 1 r>2 estimates< placing: the value of the It WILDER'S STUDIO O. F. BASS,
{ WIi, of NEW: of N'VVtt nf NVV % _ 21 25 2J _5 LoChappellr! Jan 3 KO oil cake thus employed without fir,1feedinR' {t 'iiI
: DeJif. 420 feet west And 210 fart north of it to animals at from six to t Contractor in
8 E. Cor of 8WA of NN'run 3 the Place to Take Your Kodak
i' *, north 210 tart went 210 feet Hnuth eight million dollars per annum. The i'
feet eamt 210 foet- ZH 25 2'1 1 I n UnoM n 242 domestic production jf sulphur, which Films for Developing if You Plain and Decorative

L.C Be.l H W for of HWW of N W %, run yields sulprnirK' acid an important Painting and Paperhanging
east SIO fret' north Z10 t .210 1 r
feet, south' 210 fret -"I..t.. -- 21 25 2J 1 Mmes W rt 106 :material in the manufacture of fer Want the Best Results.
Ben 110 feet 'north- of H W 'or of tilizers, has increased enormously in 3 t 515 Spronle Ave. Phone 67.
8W4 or NVV Vc run rant( 2UI/ I"plnorth recent years-from :3,147 long tons ill .
210 feet Bouth j t
110 went
.I .. 110 feet feet h a 20 1' Hu \hH.Mrn .lohu. 242 1900 to 303.47.J: tons in 1912: exclusiveof

,-Ullrkrl. about 350,000 tons of pyrites alsoa CLARK & MEIKLEJON DIXIE THEATER
) Lot. 1 and R.-' '. -x-----/;. Phllllpa Me. 1 2Beggett source of sulphuric aCId., About 90
P .. B. 218
t Lot 17 -- Me-.-l KI--.. _.;.....- - n' i }>erc n'Lof.all the sulphuric acid made J Real Estate Dealers Cool Clean Comfortable

Lot 4. block 16_,-- -- -- .-_u_ _-- Bailey .1 M. .K5 IIi this country is used in the prepara- J
Lot I, block 16. -___-. _-___-_ -. Button Mrs E <* Sf tion of superphosphates and other art They Sell the Earth High Class Entertainments
i .
. riBrdale.Lot _. ificial fertilizers.
< 2 __ V'alk..r.1I 1 71McCaBkcy. "
i \ L ot--- u..u.. __- _. -.- -- .- C. n_ 1.79 Imports of fertilizer materials have in Chunka. Only.

d .q t All block A--------------------------E.rr k a. ... Walker, H .. --- 581 increased data compiled by the bureau .j

;t Lxtti dbI Ck'B-.:==::::::::=:::: Smith. ML.._ 1 28 of foreign and domestic com Your ad in this Space will Cost You
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Cot T block B---------------------- Rolfe. T. E., Plat. .85I of for I WATERS The Leading Moving Picture Show ,
department commerce, & CARSON GROCERY
( '. Lot 4..11,11. block BLot .__________ ______ ... Rolfe T. K. Ellt. I.RR merce ONLY $1.00 PER MONTH
I the period ended with April 1914 in. is Found the
IB. block B------------------------ a Rolfe. T. E.. E.t. 86Hlokaon. 'J I at

.J J I, 'wt, Lot 1', block B_______________________ .. ThOB_. 86 dicatfnfr greatly enlarged arrivals of I In the Oldest and Most Widely Co.Everything.
._____
Rolfe.. Q A .86
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,n Lot 6 block C------------------------- . nitrates, potash salts, and other sim Kissimmee
1 ots 11, II. 16. block C---------------- t' Walker. Q I. U' 10* Read Newspaper in the
.P Lot> 141. bleck D_________-___________-- Snyder. B. S n__ .86 liar materials. The important excep i Valley District. Eeat.
. i.' +rN ti Lot' 11. block D_______________________ .. Hanaell Ben ___ ..115Lot lions relate to those articles, the domestic to Gardner Bros. Mgrs. .
::4f. . IK block D.___________. _._______. -- Smith. A. O.- -.- 86 production of which has so increased i 1

.''/, LI.e.l 0.1...... as to obviate the necessity of J. W. PRENTIS

A' Lota 1. t. S. e. 7. 8. .. 10. 11, 1*. block A.. -I Waring wmrda. & Ed-___ 4.77 large importations, as in the\ case of = NELSON REALTY CO.
nn
4 kl 4 Lots .. I.I., 7, 9. 10. 11. IS, 14 to 24. Inclusive Warln A Edward phosphates and to those the supply Pianos, Organs Talking Machines, .'
block 'BLot -._ ,_________ ._ __ u____' 8 68Vnknown of which has diminished, as in the : 9 Darlington Ave.

"+ A' Lots 1.I to block It. Inclusive B------------------------: block CLots ::::::::: \VarlnREd- ' _ **6 case of guano formerly abundant in .. Sewing Machines

' 4 : -'C..xi. wards ________ 6.17 South America, South Africa and certain Property Sold OB
11 to 10. Inclusive., block CLots --._._ Waring A Edwards Pacific islands, but yearly becom- :
Y _____ u_ 3.96Waring Broadway. Commission.
article of
ing more scarce as an com
IS to 14. block C.u_____ A Edwards '
l ________ 1.66 merce.
Lots 1 to .. Inclusive. blAck D___ .____ Waring A Edwards Nitrate of soda ranks first in value : W. G. HANKINS -
-'- ________ 5.98
ef of fertilizer materials the '
Cots ID 11. 14. IS. 17, 11, 19. *0. block D .. Warlnir & Edwards imports D. G. M'KAY REAL ESATE E. E. MAGEE.
total thereof in the last fiscal .. Jj
_,__?_-. S.96 imports : Adding Machines and
Lot 141.' bllek" D..Lots ......-..............--. Hamilton. A. O. ..85Warlnir year having exceeded a half million ''AGENCY Carpenter and Builder.
It. U. II., 14, blook D....,-.,...ee "" A Edwards tons, valued at over twenty million' ,
._.,_ 1.16
,Lou 1, L5; t.. 7. I. f. 10..block, E........ W.rm& Edwards --- dollars. About 15 per cent of this is : . Typewriters . Graystone. Block Job W4)'rk and General RepairingSaw j
3.96Unknown '
used for fertilizer. Of sulphate of
Lob 1. t. ,'. block: F_____:.__.;.____.___ 1 -:::::: l.MUnknown ammonia the imports increased from For Sale. Filing a Specialty .
Lot 1L. block 0------------------------- n____ .86 Sell Land Anywhere on Commission 15 Darlington Ave.
I fifteen thousand tons in 1903 to fifty- : I

A thousand tons valued at nearly four I' DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE.

C. L. BANDY, Tax Collector, Osceola County million dollars in 1913, and in the : OLIVER'S SUITATORIUMMade
UNLEY .
i .
July-April period of the current year 1.I. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Made to Measure Clothes '
have already reached seventy-one

thousand tons. We also imported fifteen : Furnishings. Jewelers and Optometrists I Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
thousand tons of calcium cyana- Hats
'I Cleaned and Blocked
mid popularly known as "air-nitrogen ,
1 The -.... ... compound." : 5c and lOc Store on Third Floor. lit Broadway.C. 'I I Phone 61.

R r ( Kainiti a potash, salt of very low I

price was imported last year to the : HUNTER LAND CO. 1

AmericanAdding extent of 4<>t;,000 tons, valued! at two I F. DIBBLE & SON Y'. R. ELLIS

I' million dollars, sulphate of Real Estate, i,
43,00(1: () tons, valued at nearly t potash'l': Electrical Contractor

- lion dollars ; and other fertilizer salts Will Fancy GroceriesPhone I )"
Properties that I" .
172,000 tons, valued at two million I j Water and Light Collector ' t"

I dollars. About !\to per cent of the I.: t "
I imported potash j is, used for fertilizers Please. 154.ROSSCRAVES. Phone 220' 8 Darlington Ave. ;

and only about 10 per cent. in the I !it itlLCSTANFDR

manufacture of glass soap-making. I.: C9 J.i' 2 .. :::
Machine Y- -and ether" rhFlnicat "TrTctu5trle5: .''''1'her'] - '\
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imports of both the nitrates and the I i': -ROSS-YES---------Dry I s h

salts have more than doubled' .
: The'Latest Adder in potash the last ten jeais 'I. Agricultural Implements, I Don't Fall to Bring Your Small

e ,1 Other important fertilizers imported : Furnishings and Chan 8e Your Dimes Last t

lust included 31,000: ) ) thousand I Building Material, I I Like Dollars._ Six Rolls
r. o year
t Costs But $35 a y I lOc Toilet Paperfor 25c. t''.
Mle tons of bone dust or animal charcoal; ,I' Notions.DUTTONHARRIS. Paints Oils, Etc. Purson & Rainey. t a
15,000 tons of Thomas meal, derived'j : I

N Seeourexhibit from basic slag, a phosphorus-bearing I' .

for 10 days' trialk / by.prO/lud of the Thomas-Gilchrist j\ : CO. WENNER-SAWYER ERNEST' L. GREEN F+
process of making steel!; and II;'.000 i ..

ri; at Cole & Unley thousand tons of miscellaneous sub'l.| \
Sign Writer and Decorative 9'
stances used only for manure. Our | = Shoes
Now ".. mak this offor 80 that, Books and Stationery I Painter
.
; which amounted to
,F Here l. a new price nn a ctjm imports of guano, i I r..
a r .. .. On a machine that offln's everywhere. may learn 17,218 tons rn 1903: amounted to only' I 'r
_, rapolid.Ad .. what this' ", achln. means to in 1913 and those of crude = I A'
Is ll-.t.. and Infallible .:, 16,4H2(; tons ; ) 106 Broadway. 26 Broadway Phone
283.
.
them .
'Ii'
+ The very latent machine built phosphate have fallen from 153,091: ,

4 br men who know In one of the tons in 1903 to Z ,47M tons in 1913: a ,' w.

s- largest metal-working shops Ten Days' Test decrease of 85 per cent. in the decade I' .. KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. Get Your Candies I Fresh From they

.I, It Is an Individual Adder to ho The United States obtains Qractical-I ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING
placed. on one.. desk close to We will gladly place In any office ly all its potash salts from .ermany; I Everything for the Home. CANDY KITCHEN .

One'. hooks and papers To tak one. American Adder for Its nitrate of soda from Chili its ] The Best that Man and Machinery ' .st

yv the place of the central. machine ten duvs test bone dust chiefly from Europe. Canada I __ E. O. Garland, 23 Broadway .
..a;+' I requlrlmc skilled operators There will.be. no obligation and India; and its miscellaneous'' Can Io.

It I. also Intended for offices and charges will be prepaid fertilizers mostly from Canada Ger|
and stores where costly machines. Compare; It with any non-Hater many Belgium and the United.King : Manager. F. C. Howe Prop. The Valley Gazette.

yI \ are a luxury -even the costliest Let anyone dom.
( (' use It dee If any machine. can

i The price IP due to utter rimnerve better than thla. WIAT( HE WANTED TO KNOW. You ad la this Space will Coat You LET US FIGURE WITH YOU :

plicity, and to our enormous out. Juat ,sent this coupon and we'll
)>lIt. Seven keys do all the work .end the machine. This is the time for retrenchment. ONLY '1.10 PER MONTH

44)'') F''e. Each copied number It is always time for retrenchment, of In the Oldest and Most WIdely On That Next Order of Printing .

6(17 'Is shown up for check' course but this I is one of the special Read Newspaper la the Kb- Ours is the Better
Please. send American Adding Sort. t
'V IDS before the addition us an times. simmee Valley District.
I. mad.. Machine for ton da .' free trial
>
4I V The machine: will add. "I think we aNt paying altogethertoo The Valley Gazette
sabtract and multiply much for our pew in church, cojigidering .

,, With very plight, pracx..e ___uu. r_____________________ its location," said Mrs.
,1 I ii.. anyone can computehundred" 1 who is F., JL LAWSON '
Kjones, a practical person.
I'
NEW & STORE
I a flarures a .t..t A."..._ _______n______________ "Bully for dear," Answered Mr. : SECONDHAND GOOD PRINTING .1 t
'. minute And the machine you, J. E. Mullnb
'. makes mlei "Well that to be at. Prop
never Cll ____.___ Kjone ought Depends on the Man and Equipmeat
uununu Cash Store Formerly at 501
ta tended to at once. By the way where Broadway,
a ? :; 5UetleeS.frlcn... large" .
e i and small. are getting Stair it it located?" -Now"w 1 1I
------- ------------------------- e Have the Best of
,from-th et sl l) s the all JB aevene. rows from the front, Stewart Aye.. Near "Palllme" Both"
.d class ,of service. G "
rhlgblet number 14. 11 DnNuIway. Decidedlt VARIETY Siore.; The ValMy, Gazette. I Iw.
M 1 ;Ill:\ gLa.t; tsr.. sad Ou.me..d... "T A.a-. t'as C.r', Cbleagw "Er--yes. Stupid of me not to 're

i; { t rx ..Said! by COLE and UNLEY. AenUBoostKissimmee member. But that wMn'jt exactly .i .
:< ": .a ...va what I was asking. "Ah-er -where ia IL KAJtNSON co. $ADWAT FISH HAUET STATEMENTS. NOTE HEADS +
v. the church located?
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.. ":' I, -" '._- ----- -Kwy. little"J whilst; -new pape... -- Hat; atd--CatJ.r7..Deat. _bW Headway .a4 YWtiegtCardss Promni, B..iu.1
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t. "l .., J ""7 01 1 should remind, their faithful reader : -- -Eke . *

&T t..I.. ,. -1. that this -A,a JC.".conference stands .S.pjUu .II 'p ]7o-L "Drop ia to Be* 'Ua." *"
} i '" S ; .t<': for ArtnUnrBreU'and Chile.":It' .". "'" t

i :: "Gazetter would be awful to"mix it u. with. a -+'i. ;;'-:- v 1. r.-t" ndtT1"r9j.; .... .Tfc. Valley- GasettArUliliHIMMMMHHIMMMfllMIIIMIK +

,.t', ;:4; By SU6.crf! !fortheValley, prim. .cUss: .-Miami.1 t.treptlUa. / -8 J \Io: )I :f .1/ !:. dl .

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