Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 26, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00652
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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. sc 0_..vnwr'Est ......'S"'I(, i"-.1'JO.N.::.....-..,toss. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA., FRIDAY .JUNE.., 1914." VOLUME,XVII-NUMBER 27

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, OCEAN. -T.O'I GULF GROWERS NOW. It! DOLLAR 'v \ r'l COUNTY URGED- LOCAL. ..SPOrRTSIt. .>



WATERWAYENDOWED READY ,FORWORK :> Ye.I'. 'e Tampa b to have'asiolber Dollar Day. ,T>* fret Dollar .Day 'b|' TO BRCK BOOSTED BYB.OFt '

Tampa lbs second.win be the" ,
was a great stew; a greater success, at ..
people are comia{, to realiz! what'it sew to tkevm, >ad tie niercaaats'': "

L' j, 'wiQ enter into the spirit of. ike day with more enthusiasm and a greater .

determination to demonstrate that your dollar are worth more right herein --ROAD.' ; ;

: Tampa tkan anywhere ..... .

2 i i +.. There.., be some who do not understand the meaning and objectof

'Dollar: Day,'and some who may Lave.a ...impression regarding it, "

:: -Jacksonville Board Trade Organization? 'Completed !;: so we will endeavor to emphasUe-the-trn meujftf of ILDollar Fronj"k ki issimniee. North To Baseball Uommittee RecV:

Day does'not necessarily mean aat'nerytltiar bought or sold

Gives Its I on that day should represent just u eve. dollar; it means that your dollar./ -
. Support Six New Names Added line
County Js Stock
I or dollars, will buy more, will go farther, will have an.increased value, ommen( Company

".; because: all of the merchants will offer.special values for that ODe day. ,

,"' 1JECT FOR WATERWAY. CON. OSCEOLA COUNTY TRUCK AND i These special offering may consist of articles that may be purchased for CLUB TO'' BE PUT ON SUBSTANTiAL -'
:;NECTING ST. JOHN'S RIVER FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION I ODe dollar., or they'may offer one dollar rebate on certain purchases, or II. Ii SWABEY THINKS THAT BASIS TO INSURE FU

WITH TilE KISSIMMEE RIVER WILL TRY TP SECURE FAIR they may simply offer extra good Values for any amount they see fit WOULD INDUCE ORANGE TURE GROWTHf or ATHLETIC I

FINALLY ENDORSED. J nM RATE AND PROFITABLE PRICES Dollar Day really mean* bargain day, and it will pay yo ate read the COUNTY TO COMPLETE THEIR SPORTS AND OJJdt&c AMUSE
I advertisements and then Dollar and GAP OF FOUR MILES. '
carefully turn out on Day bny everything MENTs. -
- e Many of the citizens of Osceola The truck growers of Kissimmee I yon need, for it will afford opportunities for great savings.-Tampa .; ..-
rctnty will" \ be glad to know that the and vicinity met Monday morning in Tribune II. E. Swabey, who with J. W' Sears, At a meeting of the board of trade a '
r rivers and harbors committee of Jacksonville the city hall and completed an organIzation I I V recently went to Orlando to confer Monday night a movement Was start' ,
\ Board of Trad has endorsed which will be known as the with l business men and Orang. county ed which, -carried to"completion,-will T!t
...,..the project for a waterway connectingthe Oaosola County Truck and Fruit Kissimmee Dollar Day, Saturday, July 11. officials In regard to the completion of; give the town an up-to-date athletic
--; St. John river with the Ki lsD\-! Growers' association and will be affili- I Don't 'forget Dollar. Day will be Bargain Day. the highway leading from Orlando association, and put Kissimmee the

mee river and thereby providing a direct ated with the''Florida Growers' and _ through Kissimmee to Tampa, is very ranks of the big cities. of the' State, as ,- '
water route1 from Jacksonville to Shippers' League. With, six new I -I anxious that the public become Interested ' farce progreseivenes-**.- r :-.
Fort on the west" coast, 'thence added to the membership list, in this project and the subject -
h- Myers names Since the board of trade started the g,
to the Gulf of Mexico. the organization at this, Hs second Official Proceedings of I be presented to the Osceola coun- ball rolling for a baseball park and.. -
The agitation for this waterway was meeting numbered twenty enthusiastic ty commissioners at their next meet; games, the whole comet\ nit has'be- '
started about two years ago by the members, nearly all of whom are inTo: come interested in athletics.-.The cornT'
St. Cloud Board of Trade. It was practical rowers. City Board of Trade improve this road which is the mittei delegated to secure a location
shortly afterward endorsed by the On motion, approved by the association r logical highway from Washington to prepare a diamond and build a grand,
Kissimmee Board of Trade and has S. B. Aultman, the president, I -- the Gulf, the Orange county commissioners stand and fence have been given
been agitated from time to time since. appointed A. S. Nelson, E. G. Vans : The Kissimmee Board of Trade met Seventh Day Adventists offering them ,' have figured on paving their hearty support and have 'so well f ul- :1/
strong efforts were made Agnew and Andre van der, Meerscha I in regular session Monday at 7:30 p. accommodation here to hold ten meet- part of the road up to within four filled their duties that the ball park is ,
by leading St. Cloud citizens to get the committee to draft rules and by- min the city hall. miles of the county line, the gap to be'left" in all readiness for the opening game
Ings.Mr.
Jacksonville Board of 'Trade to en- laws to be submitted at the next i Present, J. D. Woodbeck, vicepresident iI i- Nelson chairman of the adver- on account of error in deciding to be played July 2.... ,, w
dorse this river' to the gulf waterway, meeting. The president also designated i I in the chair, C. F. Johnson, secretary tising committee, reported that he had upon material for curbing. It is hop- A. it stands the park represents 'an .
I' and Isaac Hall of that town was sent each member of the association a I and about twenty-five mem- received from Mr. C. A. Carson a let ed that if the Osceola county commissioners investment of about one thousand del-: ,
to Jacksonville to present the meritsof committee of one to bring in new 'bers. .' ter addressed to him regarding films will complete their end of lars, with a'lease on the' ground'for ,
.. the case to the rivers and harbors members I The minutes] of the last meetingwere made at the Carson ranch, and which the road, leading from the city north .three years Those ID at.. temte4-1n-- ....
committee, up to now the Jacksonville I l It is desired that th business men '1, read. Mr. Prentis moved to Mr. Carson would lend to the board. 'I to-the county line, the Orange county: I the project realize.with the com pie---
board refused its support to the project of the county become members of the : correct his motion in the last meeting Mr. Carson had previously called on' commissioners will reconsider their I tion of the improvements what such
: association, as well as that all ,' to read that a committee of the the two moving picture theaters .for decision and ctfmplete the "-four-mile' I amusement plnr..m..sns to Khslm..e .a ., 'q'
However, now that the Ocklawaha ers should join. A membership grow-l I board wait on the city council and ask bids and' had obtained them, BO the I. gap on the other side. 1 mee and already the idea has developed -
river is being: improved and this improvement mess men and growers would I them to revise the water rates. The board agreed to accept the proposition Mr. Swabey in discussing the subject that the park can serve not only;/' -
will greatly add to the importance association greater strength correction was ordered and the minutes offered by the Pastime theater of has this to say: I as a baseball diamond the,
of the St. John's river, the benefits to be gained would affect both I I stood approved. $16 for two nights for the use of the I'I "Up to the present time Osceola for such other athletic. vents as may. '
Jacksonville Board of Trade at its alike. If the grower can dispose of all I Among the communications to the films. county has never been in a positionto be staged from time to time. ,+)
last meeting adopted the following of his produce at a profitable figure : board were several from parties \f To Print Booklet. build any permanent roads: as funds For this reason there' i. 'general''
resolutions: the business man in turn can sell a different-cities: inquiring for .various :'Ir. Nelson then introduced the sub- were lacking as well as the intention.' feeling that an athletic. association } .
"Whereas the St. John's river is larger amount of goods to the f armar. information concerning this vicinity ject of a booklet for the board, and Being an essentially cattle county, the should be incorporated to take charge *-
the greatest natural highway of FlorIda Many experiences were related by 'and: Florida in general. recommended a folder of fourteen necessity for good roads did not appeal of this person having al-i,
r and the continued improvement of the growers at the meeting Monday, It was reported that no reply hadbeen to our people in as fordable a ready property and such others who '
, this river is of vital importance to a which would prove to the most doubt- ; received to the letter written the (Continued on page four.) manner as at this present time. Now 'may contribute become. stockholder ,
large and constantly increasing population ful that a growers' association strong - - - - - - - - - that we are diversifying our products in the company. This would put the a'
; and, ', enough to make its influence felt i ii; I supplementing cattle ,and citrus with project on a substantial basis and insure -' r

Whereas the improvement of the the one thing needed to put Kissimmee NEW MILLINERY SHOP ICE COMPANY TO truck, the absolute necessity for more future growth of the association'. < -
Ocklawaha river, a tributary of the on the map as a trucking and Investment in roads is acknowledged Interest. .- -
St. John's river and a link in the fruit center. It has already been deny by all.' Our cattle men, who, by the To accomplish that end m.mber.orl:
trans-Florida canal, is soon to begin, onstrated-that every variety of vege way, are largely represented in our the board of trade passed a unanimous, -
which improvement will make the St.rob' table can be successfully grown in the OPENS IN NEAR FUTURE INCREASE CAPACITY board of county, commissioner, are motion, instructing vice-president, 4

; river still more important; and, county but a great many growers havefound nearly all auto owner, therefore they wboiwasjn., the ,chair to. appoint a?,,
Whereas, Hon. D. U. Fletcher, that they cannot get rid of produce are in hearty accord with the good oomjputtae.01: three te prepare article*'*
Florida's senior United States senator -' at a price that pays to:..handleIt. Kissimmee will have a new business Hiram J. 'Conn'representing' the road" mov.meat.So"are our citrus of; incorporation to be submitted too'
ha introduced .In the United They have rightfully concludedthat I firm in the near future with the establishment Henry Yoga Machine company of Louisville growers and truck farmers in fact, the board at. the next ',.piaI'1I11Ht-
State senate a resolution providing only by co-operating can. satisfactory of an up-to-date millineryand i Ky., was in the city Thursday every man who own or has use Tor a ing. J. W.. Prentis, Wet J., Sears and
'for' a survey fromthe St. .John' river shipping and marketing conditions dressmaking shop.under the management In consultation with the directors of team.. (, 'whichruns -v D. G. Wagner were appointed on thi;:
to the Klsaimmee river, thence leadIng be obtained. of Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck and the Kissimmee Ice and Cold Storage I "As the main county road,; committee. 1. i i
I \ via Lake Okeechobee and the Ca- Another meeting the local association Mrs. N. L. Rohero. The J. M. Wil- company giving estimate on a plant',, north to the Orange county line: ,The.school board'as a.body baa at-: 'kready
loosahatchee river and Port Myers to is announced for Saturday afternoon son building on Darlington avenue has to- double the-present capacity..of..the is also the thoroughfare running: given material aid to help :pu&
,the Gulf of Mexico; therefore'be.it June 27, at 2 o'clock, in tha|>, been secured as a location for the! local concern. through the center of our state there the baseball park In ;condition, as1
"Resolved by the rivers and harbors city hall, and everybody interested il jwBliiess and plans are under way tonave I The company plans to increase the fore the logical tourist auto toed. Our members of the board ,eel that ,;the] '
committee 'of the Jacksonville\ Board invited to attend this meeting. the shop open well in advance of capacity of the plant from fifteen tons end of this road should be bricked at. park will be an incentive for athletic,, .
Z of Trade, that this committee heartily The membership to date Include*: S. the season. Already the trimmer for to thirty or perhaps forty tons. This once, thereby precluding Orange county among the school children* well at, ;,
endorse the proposed John's-Kls- B. Aultman. F, O'Berry, Andre van the firm is l in'the northern and eastern larger plant will be installed next win. from having a valid excuse for notbuilding'a affording them a practise' ground ati,. S
kt.simmee survey, a*. well a* all other der' Meersek, N.' D. Alexander, PhilJ. cities looking up the latest creations ter and the directors of the.company brick road as they..creedto times when .the park would otherwise;; ,
'I measures looking to the development Meyer, J. W. Miller, E. G. Vans and fnds and the buyer 'Is sin expect to place an order for'necessary do, and meeting our'north county .stand Idle. "n' .5t,
''Of a comprehensive waterway system Agnew, Mathew Schrufelt, M. O. Chicago selecting! the fall stock. machinery within the next thirty days. line. We have three' and one-half Other,cltitenn' :who are enthusiastta; ,
in Florida. And be it further Wells D. Barrier, Geo. S. Millard, It is the plan of Mrs. Woodbeck and, Mr. Conn' estimate wan taken under miles to the Orange county line-which, over the start made teward having;
"Resolved, that these resolutions be Ambrose Moore, Clark Howell, P. G. Mrs. Rohero to have a shop that will advisement . according to the'contracts let by Or- athletic grounds predict that with the,
spread upon our minutes and copiesbe White, A. S. Nelson, II. Wilcox J. M.. meet every demand of the Kissimmee ange county, would cost, bricked and organisation of an athletic association!
sent to our representatives in congress Winstanley, A. A. Truxwell, S. T. public. A complete and exclusive line SHAKER: COLONY SELL: curbed with granite,"thirty-five thoursand Interest will arrow and in time larger*
; to Hon. W. J. Sears of Kissim- Fansler and E. R. Longwecker. of millinery will be carried and the dollars. We might possibly have grounds will doubtlessly be secured, )
j mee. Fla., and to the daily newspapers firm will be in position to do all kindsof this work done for a little less money... and a swimming pool, shower baths,. .
I of Jacksonville. with a request that 0000000000000000000O fashionable dressmaking. An in- HOLDINGS IN FLORIDA "Now it is up to our county commissioners ete, be added to the equipment. Itvj j
betpublished." 0O to get down to business at Is quite''POs.ible that with,the organ-
! they novation will be introduced in the way
A. C. L. OFFICIALSVISIT 0 which will be once, strengthen; the road where so re izatlon of such an association Impetus. M
of millinery opening,
a
0 CITY 0 arranged to introduce the new firm to Announcement is made that .the (faired and advertise for bids, etc. If would at once be given'top the Idea of I
Local Man Rescues 0 O the business circle and the womenof Seminole Land & Investment company Orange county has its little domestic establishing county fair':. grounds,?' ,
give .
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0 W. J. Craig, general traffic the to view the ef St. Cloud has arranged to difficulties anent the road question the where athletic sports a* well.a*.other
Bathers In Danger manager of the Atlantic CoastLine < hat stock city to an the opportunity best advantage.. take over And sell the valuable tractof best thing we can do is to 'saw wood. Features. would be staged. .
this three and one-half miles
< railway, with headquarters Mrs. Woodbeck and Mrs. Rohero aie' land owned by the Shakers, which build I "J'
0 N. C., was a. of brick road; and: demonstrate that ";
at Wilmington, embraces approximately 7,600 acres tf"' '
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4Of Being Drowned prominent visitor in the city already the business well known world,for and their Mrs. abilityin Wood- and adjoins the veterans' colony, St. we are in full accord with the progressive Ruskin Man rOun J': ;' : --
Wednesday. He was accompa- Cloud, owned by the Seminole Land & citizens of our sister countle.HISSIMMEE. .,. ..
'. E. Yowell bookkeeper for the 0 nied by D. G. Kirkland, division 0 becto- has achieved quite a reputation have Investment company. III ..
C. as an artistic modiste. They secured on Street Short
C. L. 4 ,
of the A.
+ passenger agent ; I This valuable land, much of which
1/_ Waters &: Carson Grocery company, an excellent location for the S IN - '
':- \f. rt-Tlmy? fl'om---Vaoat1 n at f! M .* wh *_ udIDartera ---arejit eve hovaJl"hu6ra'bultn"arthpropose -under-highly eueeessfuhcul ;
"";> nft Beach eligible for a hero's medal Tampa. will\ add greatly to the Im- will be opened up for settlement atonce. Contents of Pocktts -1
. the result of having the thrilling.0 Mr. Craig and Mr. Kirkland business r Agriculturists from all sectionsof !
of the sec-
city's
a* portance .
'f. i experience of rescuing two bathers in 0 had been in St. Cloud on a bus-) tion. the country who have visited the MOVING PICTURES I A man crivlnar his, name:'as J. W.
'' tdaAfer' of being drowned. Mr. Yowell 0 ness trip, and made a brief visit SbaVr.'* colony expressed surprise at J W dn.nd-hl.-plaee of residence aa
, 'modestly relates a story of being\in .. ...Y'r: : + in this! vicin-.0' '. .,. .Ojr'a, QNVJ.'J.l sous.Another 'the wonderful growth of Its fruit, Rualdn, Fla., was found on Mabbette i
bathing one afternoon, when he discovered dredge boat will truck and flowers. This section is also ; Tonight and tomorrow night the street Thursday night in' an uncon- '
, that a young man and young in commission, larger maine noted for its excellent fishing and : bill at the Pastime theater will"include icious condition and ,removed to -the
woman in the surf had been caught in been ordered some hunting.FIFTYFOURPOUND. i a film, thescenes of which are Manhattan hotel. where he was given h"
!. ;H: a slough and were calling for more powerful engine, pu< I laid in Kissimmee and vicinity, and medical attention.
It appeared that the young lady could tator, and full equipment! MELON I are full of local interest. The picture According to his own story he same ,
" swim, as she was floating, so Mr. Yow- route, and as soon as recei< EXHIBITED IN TOWN was made by the Stellar Photoplay to Klssimmee Thursday- afternoon
ell concluded the man was in greater \ and dredge boat will\ be P watermelon in Kis- company, while staging one of from Loughman, where he had been
1 danger and went to his rescue first Construction of the concrei) The largest seen their own feature films here a few working at his -trade a* shoemaker a
Y ''Afrer getting him safely to shore, 0 wall will be started at an ,simmee this season to exhibited date is a In fiftyfourpound the- months ago, and was recently sent to for the putfew day*. When he
he discovered that the young lady was The men on the job are beauty MrTC. A. Carson, who fumed it over stepped off the'train, here he say h. ; {
Window Breaker & Co. J. F.
of H. M.
, out to sea, though she ; in dredging and while they : farm to the board of trade. The Pastime was approached by a young man who 1 1
the melon at his
retained to foment her eP'Berry grew theater has arranged with the boardof (f
presence of mind enough against a formation asked he' was a stranger and offered -
? remain floating. Wheh he swam out i'ffie r1- up had never enecountered J 1 jin South Shingle creek and it is a trade to-exhibit the picture for the, to ,.show him a rooming place. '
lreditabLi of the kind of things '
,. tt* her, however she was so hysterical now understand the situati< sample twonights, agreeing to pay a fixed They left the, depot together and
in Osceola "
be
."t.he almost drowned them both, JLJl j jch prepared to handle it. Nat can grown county. price for the use of the film.- when 'theJ'-a-ot to .Mabbette street, S -
t ''8\nd if was'necesaary for the people, -"Hhiblted with the fifty-four-pound The hlitlal' picture of the film is ai Wood explained'to his guide that he .
'-who had congregated to watch' the \ ST. JOHNS i LANS ERE(:mOifi is another one grown by Mr. scene on Broadway, with Mr. E. L. felt Ul and a* he i* subject to epileptic
'rescue to throw out a rope before Mr. \ OF NEW COUI IT ffo. which weighs forty-five pound. .Lesley in the foreground, introducing seizures, asked.the man to stay with v
.Yowed could get back to the beach wound -soon a /. Funk's place.. i is on Hillards island. the manager of' the Stellar companyto him to see that he did not hurt, himself -
"with his charge. and no tongue to us St Augustine.-As Ii I Mr. C. A. Carson. Other scenes .In case an attack came. 'The next ,
Mr. Yewell was away ten days and V and aU heaven wound us. road bonds are satisfactorof thing I Dollar Day, July 11. show Broadway. viewed from an thing he remembers U the crowd which
c-, 'reports an enjoyable trip. we! and the work county upon co 11\ automobile and many a familiar face had gathered around him after he was
with the engagement started, the can be recognized on the street Both discovered by citizens returning from p
gins .
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; will take up the questiontion RTiSING. sides of the street are shown with excellent lodge meeting.
] : GOLf CLUB ,
? KISSIMMEE( wed- of' the
w never to end with the and erection views of the business conies,j Wood claims to have had $12 in his ,-,
'; for house, replacing the 1100.C U age. It is ....etIaia.wla1cla cannot : hotel and special scene watch pocket at the time he was sejs/' I
f: BY-LAWS Off PRESS: /e have all kinds of rings in the recent conflag r back. main .
: > lost allow,< a can't date I front of some of'the store ed with the convulsion and' a* the
high prices low. commissioners have since tl i ithoat a ..... The cumulated value''I Probably the most interesting part of money I i. missing and the man who
': .'By-laws of the Kissimmee 'Golf and b ka. Quality tion to drift along entire att! gin t. shrink or evaporate It will the film is the scene made at the was acting a-guide has not yet been
:Country club are off the press and are der that their ma'j Osceola high school, with the schoolchildren located the supposition i* that the "
the tkaa to omit the vacatteeu
attractive little door south be focussed upon filing out after dismlssaLFacetare man may have fobbed him- t
contained in a very store, one '
| booklet showing an excellent picture i 1 ocated in our new the work upon the perms In ....ca before the'same ...clinee.I. I very distinct. In this scene On.the,other.hand.Jt'-maybe> that. \ .
;,l designed main .
; 'of the 'dub house. At least one hunt Kjank. Our new quarters are ing of the county's \ | admit of"ae' .xfeptlas'er, varla- and every child and teacher in' th. the guide became frightened and left,- ,
dred of these booklets are to be maili 1 Ued assure out many patrons MARE l school(can be readily, recognized.., Wood alone and that someone pasting, '
od.out' of the city to advertise the and we clan;; j RUNAWAY lr the Other interesting scenes are those by' later may nave rifled his ..pocket.' -
tervke than tier before. I buying traditions aiming summer made at the Canon cattle ranch hewing II III there will besome .
,1club.Omcers of the club for 1913Hononrrpresident ,them better -From neP na7 ( In'any' ease It I* likely
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Orlanc
l1914 net of a runaw t: more, enjoy more freedom-" cowboy* herding the cattle.etcu\, difficulty in-solving, the matter,} .
: -Col!L Sir.Henry wbicfaM the pews'! -'of 'greatInter eraser fda it easier to break Ia;;;... I These wanes( -;-are-fullof: "action' ,and a* W<*>4 (think* be could not; identify ,
'" l lmere furnish touch excitement to'thepicture taken particular
the no
a -man having
popularitya and VatckfaL n. ..
I"", pent.-Uuty A. ttunter. .. .Ur( y cause ;of the yew i persistent pro ;!' All n whole It should prove Gnotleea,ofhim' except .to inspect, his
j ,thtarIando as wall. a* to bold U .***,, anal ,
J Vlce-Preaident: W.M.tk1eJaa;. 44.waters at .drawing card and bee greatly-, hoes.. Moreover he is"not Inclined.;:
acquaintance
I i,Secretaryr-Frank: VaneAgj .w.J4J ( After ,.Schtnunk,aw .is.the **.... of ckange;' the season,' joyed everybody 'havin& a chance torecognise '' to accuse any one of the loss >
:: .. a.d Opbt ..... ._ Mr Harry enl U ,his neighbor-on'.the screen. Wood to be' a nice clean ..
.: .Tre.sarer.i.Dplarklr., 'of" 1': . .. lana Galley...4e>cI the vi can Uact'af .. permit. goodsigMsrdba appear* -+-
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PAGE 2. I I THE KISSIMMEE! V.ALLEY; GAZETTE ...''-" .- F RID AY r J"JUNE 26 t ...,101A: ".";.:Jjf

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'St. Cloud Plansfo Walking fromKey > (Vital t, .,.. .' Y resident'If;::rates. can*;bo' given 'in:future nroMACH ; "
Statistics IssuedBy : ' ,
,. , tabulation., 'v1: a *. 2
: 'frisco Most, if,rot.all, of the cities whose
; Red Hot Ju West. To rates are:',given above require burial SUFFERERStf

; State Board of HealthBirth permit, and' III efficacy as" a neces

r St. Cloud plan i ng: for a ; tng Cuban giving' his name as eary check on .death- registration Is .To-Obtain) Com pie*,
:' 'Fourth of July celebration : de Bacquer, was a visitor in ; re.1 clearly s. own. Each city unquestionably ,and P e.ma n e.nt R..ult TryMoyr' ___
the for few hours Sunday I and deathi for first neeli at:once, if it has not al- Stomach
a greeting to visitorsby lee a quarter (January. February March), 1914. readyan ordinance such, Wonderful Remedy
i speeches, music, race, parade considerable attention'walker' ported to .the State Board of Health of Florida by the cities of the state' of permit in accordance requiring with the model One Dose Win Convjnc Yon .
the lake at night.' to be a champion
fire\Vorl.s
on 2.000 population and (subject to correction and revision from this .
number of Kissimmee people route from Key West to San over ) : suggested office '" A a.
i to St. Cloud for the day and: a big H --I
1 in anticipated "by all. .made on a bet and that he .. ..::: \ show death rates below 15 per '
The problem of the celebration to be in "Frisco in ninety r. 2 -Blrthn -Deaths- 1,000. Future reports will tend 'to
t Whether not the trip prove whether these low rates are-due Stop
begin shortly after 10 a. m., or r Itlea. ec! -
from the porch <>t ct. Cloud hotel ]. possibly, be made in that time I E,4G.: (xc-Iu.h' of Stillbirth.) to variations and fluctuations, or loinct'lmplele +
or J. H. Hardin will turn the I of much speculation and I registration. But all cities
man's sincerity I &tS Whttp. Col. Total. VTlilt Col. Total with such low rates are hereby put on
was openly r
the city over to visitors.
',, ly afterward key G.! H. Northrop .d by those who listened to his Jacksonville _________________ 67.209 254 463151208359 is notice that accuracy of their reports ,'t'"
: make an address l and the St. ( I However, he produced let questioned.
Tampa _____ 46.792 289 66 355 147 63 210
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band will furnish mui ia for the j rom the Cuban president and Births.
mon. > prominent Cuban officials to I Pensacola ___________________ 24.682 97 56 153 54 56 100 There is no such check as th- burial

!Sport. for Hoy. that he is "some1'' walker and ,I Key West ---_____________._20.863 91 33 124 71 29 101 permit upon registration of births,

At 10:%' a. m. on New York- he will make it. His route ;'Wet 1 Tampa _________________ 10,17479 5 84 30 6 36 and complete reports can only he se-
ri from Eleventh to Tenth north at it seems, as cued and Mayr1. W.n k' nue, {present Gainesville ____-____uuu 7,011 18 1836 13 25 38 by ordaining vigorously enforcing known throughout thnnaandrrople
,
> occurs it wnti-r race; by boyx. from here to Orlando. early and accurate reporting, theStomach.. Linr and
'+ one starts with glace two-third!: IK .selling 'papers en route Miami---------------------- 6,701 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ _ as provided by the suggested model intestinal' have Ailmrnta akrn and report. marvelous re-

'. ; of water. At the finish line the pay the ixpenseb: of the trip. St. Augustine _____uuuu_ 5.889 17 1 18 II 6' ?17 trdmnnoe. full and ue benefits highly. ...|,"er.rao"1.. have it to receivedeven .olh"ra.A.'on.ahlng ,

till be measured in the clauses( Bass''H) Tallahassee _________Uu_____ 5,679 10 14 24 1 14 15 In the four large cities the rates from one now are heard everywhere nd '
the one having the mod will ROY INjTrUEIV. Lake City ___ __ I are as follows: Jacksonville 2H, Tam- -explain 111 tremendoui aale. It rarely *
Duke sliJhtly"hurt by I -- __=--____--_ 5.363 ... __ _u __. _.- :_- 24. fail and IhoM nfflicled, with BtomM'h. LtW
prize, $2.50. was pn 'IC" Pensacola 25, and Key West '
Egg race by girls, each one to timber at the baR )Q1I park St. Petersburg_--.__----___--__ 4.955 24 13 37 43 12 1 55 Other rates are as fololw : Kiswimniee and 4nlr.tln' .. Ailment...Inrllrnrlon... ... ., C.ma IB'

ty an egg on u niponn. Th A plan falling from the I Ocala .----__________--___-_ 4.691 6 511.5 5 10 40. West Tampa 33, Lakeland :31, the......tlrt, Spell andColic, AttmetL*. Torpid
stand struck his head and in Lakeland St. 30 27, 1.Iver, (1 n lln.tlon, etc ahould by all mrana
e reaching the line first with the : I _..-_-u---uu 4.544 27 8 35 20 5 25 Petersburg Apalachicola this remnlr." '1 he benefits'; ammach aufler.er .
a painful cut. I Orlando Mari lnna 27, Orlando 2/< Sanford 25, try Wonderful .**.*-
i J on the spoon gets first prize, $ I uuuu-u 4.353 17 11.. 28 26 12 38 ho have taken M yr'a ea....
Live Oak 23, Gainesville 21, Plant City .. Remedy have received IB in moat
Potato race \by t I.oy Prize $ .! ) I wad. : Sanford ____________________ 4.257 12 15 27 4 8 12 21. and DeLand 20. a .11 laming one. After you have taken th..

(On Pennsylvania AvenuO]) \ in the new pen. then the and cow the I Live Oak____________________ 4.031 16 7 23 1 4 5 It if the general experience that Remedy you should food enable be able the to heart dijeat to and|yy u a.ramlate i
Florida your
iI Potato Sack rare liv l by girls Prize Prize$2.611$2(} 1 rt and on umhrellarace.avenue Each Quincy _________________ ___ 3,968 I I 1-2 4 3 7 there if greater difficulty iij collecting '..lire. red blood lo every part of the body.muacle.hi'tre I)w-
race 1'Oyp. I ... full of births than of I firmnew and strength( to fibre and
Pipe lace for smokers Each a grip and rides to a certain I Palatka ____________ ___ ____ 3,933 2 7 9 10 7 17 (deaths but reports the results above : and sparkle| 1 to the eye clearneM and bril-anlcolor

4 has hill pipe filled and after The |! dismounts. puts on his night- Fernandina __ _____ ___ ____ ___ 3.559 .3 13 16 4 16 20 show that good collections can !I.<110t.I\ lianey to to the the complnioon bran l Po and a.ay activity with your pain

I e he, in to light it and! the first one :' and opens his umbrella' end the Daytona ___________-u---u-_ 3.534 8 6 14 10 8 18 even in !small communities.. \ and( aiifferiirfc and this i. often noaaihle....with...It
line the home is. the winner. Then done cf Ma>r-
the smoking get prize, $: > corn oneRemedy iteratnrrrianda
v Foot for! 100 lake to the motor boat race. DeLand ___ ____'1: _________ ___ 3.2J5 12 4-16 7 I 6 Registrars should enlist all possibleagencies I Intrreminn bookletrtn.rnl.mR .
race young men, ) to that birth is record"d. A.lmrnt.
?1 t- Trite $2.60.Bicycle I prizes in the parade for the Plant City ________ __ ___ __.__ 3.052 7 916.._ /13 31 Newspaper see notices every should be I I (.cO. 11, Mayl|.mMfg. Ihcmiat 54-156feWhit-- \

1* race open for all, :: decorated automobile the best Apalachicola ...I______ u____ 3.062 II 10 21 3 8 It checked, baptismal records examined.! ,' uif St.. Chicago, ill -

""I at the corner of New York I the most original couple, the Fort Myers ...I: ______________ 2.957 ___ ___ ___ _.. ... ___ and all municipal authorities and em-I i
item, and the most comic five For Sale In Kissimmee ByJ.
Eleventh streete, east on I amounting to $50. Bartow _____..:__ ___ __ __ ______ 2.881 4 3 7 4 ... 4 ployes should be on the alert to gain 'I
street to Florida avenue, knowledge of births and notify the Z. KOBEKSON
r Florida avenue to Tenth street, <,o busting, prize $15. Tarpon Springs ________ ___ u_ 2.754 5 ... 5 14 3 17 registrar, who should see that they And Druggists Everywhere.

/, on Tenth street to New York riding, prize $10. DeFuniak Springs __ ___ _______ 2343 3 __. 3 3 2 5 I I are reported. Ministers, especially I

l First prize $3; second prize $2. pony race, prizes, first $25; Kissimmee __;_____ ____ __ ___ 2.489 18 7 25 2 1 3 colored, should be interested and -

Will Jive I Parade. I $15; third $10. Entrance fee Marianna __ uUh_____ 2,2438 7 15 1 10 11 Ishould give notice to their THRASHERSHEET
I tions of the need of conlrreJru-1 C. F.
Parade forms at 1:15: p. m. - -- --
'
+s old postofTice building and will race, $2.50. as well as deaths and each
in the above official report issued!' by deaths are fairly constant, even from
all the business section. boat, first and second prizes month to'month. should furnish the registrar! with I METAL WORKER
the State Board of Health of Florida
monthly lists of deaths and births of
the parade, bronco busting and to $10. I
i wild steers will take place at on the lake at 7:30: p. m.p j it is. interesting to note that Ki< ,.imI Death Kates. .. whieh he has knowledgeThough I I Steel Ceilings a Specialty.

I5e I mee' death rate t* one of the lowestin ('hone[ 149-K. Kissimmee. Fla.
'4 1 Florida has four cities of and officers have been
-------- - 20,000
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the ,ate. The births far exceed
4* over: Jacksonville, Tampa Pensacolaand i big for the man he is still at R..arch-I

the deaths und compare favorablywith Key West. Excepting Tampa, -- irti44 .
rL other cities with a population- these are within the registration area I
Yes timated twice as large.'J1.tabllation and report to the bureau of the cen- Ilr-r. !. a rare. opportunity for yon roget t M. TILLER
: yo---wh.o well to this office and their a Home of Your Own.
sus as as ,
of births and deaths
i I
ou : reports of deaths can be assumed to
are reading this in Florida cities of 2,000 populationand be 90 per cent accurate These 'four 'i Real! Estate! Agency.

"ad." Did over for the first quarter of 1914 cities show death rates in even figures No Money Down ..... n.... ...a..a.a.ta..a, v
you Is the first published result of the planof I I as follows: Jacksonville 21 ; Tampa X
18; Pensacola, 18; and Key West, 19. I II { Realty bought and sold. !
vital statistics the
h> collecting by cooperation -
take advantage of the bargains of municipalities through Certain of the other reporting cities :x; Houses rented. ',
I show rates as high or higher: St. '
Taxes and Titles ver--
paid
and is renewal of former
ordinances ;
a Five Years Time
Petersburg 46, Orlando 35, Tarpon
: we offered in this published tables which were discon-. Springs 25, Gainesville 22, Lakeland I :a: ified for non-residents. .
:-1 tinued in 1906. ?: Fire. Life and Accident ]In-' .
22, Fernandina 22, Daytona 20, Mari- :
of Kltr. and TennrreTraxt -
The tabulation includes the lven I'nrrkatMrrai
last week. If not present anna 19, and Palatka 18. The abnor- !: surance.
.
paper reports of twenty-six of the twenty- ?!.IIIKHTV ARK lo purlieuwho
t_ nine cities eligible; two, Miami and mally high rates of St. Petersburgand trill Improve the. lamtl.. In ..I..... :: Indemnity Bonds.

now is the time to act---do Fort Myers! have not yet started collecting by deaths Orlando of residents-winter are undoubtedly caused so- proilnlty to Kl..lmmrr. ... good a.nL. : OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
and ..
; one, Lake City, after ro. :
call attention the
.. journers-and to ne- ,
it ...TODAY! .tartlng,'failed to continue. It is confidently -
cessity of following the directions in
now expected these three will send With Such a Chance I
the circular of June, 1914, issued by
-* Candidly) Your- Trade We want it bad enough to give in full reports in the near future. Delays this office, in stating length of residence s.iiiutiockREAL
E r ; :,., -Ve want by a few cities to transmit reports so the real conditions of each a. thin you .. noon Own Your 0..1

:, ,you the biggest Dollar's Worth.You Have Ever Had in Your, Life. promptly has prevented this be- community can be shown by the death Home In the mod Knvorrd ".... .. t
's ing issued earlier, but it is hoped that rate of its permanent inhabitants. It Florida.Writ '

i all reports! in the future will be sent U hoped that .death certificates will be or call o. H. M. BHKAKRR A I ESTATE

a ;: L,/I ThirdANNUAL in so promptly that publication of results BO carefully prepared that the true CO. KUolmmeo Florid. aaaaaNaeaaaaaaaaaaaaa 1 1I
LAWSON'S BIGClearance can be made soon'after the tenth I

. of each month. .. INSURANCEExamination ,..t i
'The next ''tabulation, for the first I
half of the year, will be published as I of Titles J
t a
soon as can be after receipt of the ,
June reports and following that it is 1 ..-- 1
expected have each month's resultsin / Specialty.
the earliest succeeding issue of

N 4. Sale "Health Note..," possible.Population Figures.. f :. I I lorresoondence Solicited.

I The primary fact for any comparative
statement of births and deaths is ,

,i:l a showing of the population of each Ali r

i Is now in Full Swing. Our Store is Just Filled to Overflowing with city compared, both past and present, vac toter ,

!L Money-Saving: Bargains. Coming in the very heart off the season this with each figures other which and with are cities comparablewith in other C.W.GRIFFINStaple

.t ., n Smashing Big Money-Saving Sale is of great importance to every Man, states. The United States Bureauof "

d Woman and Child in Osceola County. We want you to come.and inspect Census enumerations in decennial FancyGROCERIES

1 .: s /' Our Stock. We want you to price our goods. You don't have to years and its estimates for the year
e
between are almost universally used i
f t" IP buy unless you are satisfied. in this country and are adopted for

-- j use in this office. -

. e BIGGEST SHOE SALE WE HAVE EVER HELD.WOMEN'S The populations shown in the present ,
tabulations are the estimates for ..'
i v the mid-year July 1, 1913; in the half-
,
$ :, SHOES. I year tabulation next to be issued the Free Delivery to all Parts ;

T :l!.,. M 't ,a Julia Marlow $3.50 Dress (Button and Lace), cost you only$2.48 estimates for 1914 mid-year will be of the City.tut ; .. .

n. r Julia Marlow $3.00 Dress (Button and Lace), cost you only______ 1.98 used. 1s \,
t I , Lucille $1.76 Common Wear Shoe cost you only*_____...,---____ 1.48 Checks: on Accuracy.The '- FT
in cities of
r KJ- . Lucille $2.25 Common Wear Shoe cost you only_______________ 1.78 average death rate
' l Julia Marlow $3.00 Tan (Button and Lace), cost you only_______ 2.25 the registration area-those reporting \ '---

' v, a Juliette $1.25 Shoes cost you only_ _______ _____________________ 1.00 to the bureau of the cenv 4-bj 0><0 o.o.oo--t'OHOOOOO OOOOUG ofl 00 1
t'' Women's $1.75 White Canvas Pumps cost you only_____________ 1.25 the last mortality report, 1911, was .
s.x s Women's -$1.50 White Canvas Pumps cost you only_.___________ 1.00 16 per 1,000 persons per annum. IIan -I
be assumed that the FlorIda .
f Women's $2.25 White Canvas Pumpa cost you only____________ 1.75 : fairly wrll'not be and that- G RAYSTONE ,
Women's $3.00 Vici Oxfords cost you only______________----___/ 1.98 rate lower DUTTON-HARRIS CO. J.-V* 1,!< t
4 Women's $2.75 Vici Oxfords cost you only-- 1.85 figure will be taken for the present. as WENNER-SAWYER: r.*.) V:?
normal minimum. i
Women; $1.25 Vici Sandals cost you only__________________ .__ 1.00 a of the I UL m TUINew h'
The bureau has not S i
l$8lLL 4 Women $1.50 Heavy Cow Pen Shoes cost you only____________ 1.25 census Shoes .I's .,
kSKxl! 'v- Women's. $1.75 Heat-Cow Pen Shoes cost you only___________ 1.50 yet births established, although a it registration hopes? to inaugurate area for Books and Stationery :'t ij I$' :\. y'' biles. and for second-hand sale from autoavo tSOO U ,, ..,{,

i the fu- i'v: : }; 11.000.> at Oarasrt .
rw, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S MOCCASINS. s provisional one in near 106 Broadway. i' LA Orayston .
aV Baiaar. I
&!?' Women's $1.50 Indian.Moccasins cost you only______________,$1.19 can:ure.be Therefore/no stated general its authority birth,rate but 26 Broadway. 'iffi :1 K1* .. .. flUIIU_. Prep .... MITfl, ap. '
?<" '' 't} Children' $1.25 Indian Moccasins cost you only________________ .98 from published upon of states and SIMMEE , i.J, '.
'* Infanta' $1.00 Indian Moccasins cost you only__________________ .75 birth reports is FURNITURE CO. $la\r i-'. .000000000000..0.00.40.//
k cities where registration considered I Get Your Candies Fresh Frost'the :* -' *
most accurate, t be : M
ftrd MEN'S SHOES. can safely A'
Everything for the
$ '%i' Men's Shoes stated that twenty per thousand is u Home. CANDY KITCHEN {f 1 ;1 to;}f. + . + + + + . . .Ut+
]< $5.00 all sizes, come in Oxfords, Tan, Gunmetal Vici, low rate, and that figure { : :
lAaf'Ittfc' ', cost you only ...?---,---__-----_______________$$..75t very taken the assumed willf rf E. O. Garland .!yf'jTTiV1eadway J '
Men' $2.60 Boma, Viei'and Tan., cost you only________________ 1.98 as Florida.present l 23 /r ;,' -> Ar., 000 C. F. THRASHER .Ol.
1; ' l Men's $1.75 Roma, Vici and Tans, cost you only_______________ 1.48 mum.These for assumed birth and death | Manager. '.TI! 'I'A'\' i) 000 Sheet Metal Worker ..

Men' $4.00 Oxfords coat you only____________________________ 2.98 subject to change both for rare tri F. C. Howe, Prop. : ft,: r't Jr'uc 000 Steel Ceilings a Specialty .
UK t 1 Men's $2.25 Congress. Plain Toe, cost you only________________ 2.00 cities as a class and for each ind! t '" If. .. 0 401 CLAY STREET 1
r S r-k'' Men's $3.60 White Oxfords (rubber soles), cost you only___.___- 2.98 vidual city as the true rates becom \.,', ;, ,vn.. 0 Kissimmee. Fla. *4
IW fW ; M n'. $1.75 White Oxford cost you only..__...:._...:..-..--____-_ 1.48 known. Your ad I in thi8 Spate will Cost y.. :''J.B 0
.I'l Men's $2.00 Indian 'Mocassins cost you! only______;____________ 1.48 The of of 00000000,0400000004!
accuracy reports eac n ONLY .1}.0 PER MONT-\ .: -(:; p
&M, !* 1 MEN'S READY-TO-WEAR SUITS. Florida city can be .partially check . 0. 04000000 0 040000040M. i\\
from these minimum figures. To d In the Oldest and.Mo.t Widely t -
N Men' $25, In Light Weight and Colors, cost 'OU only_________$20.00 so the probable death or birth report Read Newapaper in the X1., ,I ..: .,...ti, ;
t
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I Men' $20 Blue S.rges.ln; Light Weights, coat you only._..,____ 16.50 I for the should be found (fro "amee Valley Dtatrlet. t ,t ;i' LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY ;
.. year ,: "
kMen's. $15.50 Blue Serges, In Light Weights, coat you only___&_.$1S.50 the present tabulation by multiplyin 'I i"a"': I '(.
'.. : Men' 18.00 Blue Serges, In Light: Weights, cost)00'onI7___-__ 15.50 the quarter'a figures by four), the r< F. ,' I -'r ,.: AT LAWSPECIALIZING tt! 1. I.

BOYS'..SUITS. suit divided by the population in tho B. LAWS N '"* ,
V.
sands will b4t the rate of report*, NEW A SECOND HAND STORE \ : \
IN
?'t i poe $8.00 Suits, all color and abe, cost you only______.-.....$8.50 deaths births thousand inhabitants J. E.Srt MaUnmb i,"r'a'' : .
: i" ;,Boys' $7. OBluSerges, aU iiiest:.cost yon, only'____.____.-....-___$.-00. pr or annum.per. To qualify for ad Cash'Ston' ForMerly at 681 Broadw:, Pro Rol: ABSTRACT .J':!; 'i -
1 4ta -
-- ml"Oft-to-tM-.tegiatration area fo ,.. fiorllFNow : <"" 1-
C k,,. .. .. 'There are no words strong enough for us to use 'm'urging trill 'ti, deaths and haw result published |b, ,ArewNearPasttai- 'I "r.\-. AND a e

} '-cx>m to this Third Annual CJearanc SaI Everything else in'the, Stop;; bureau of the census requires at teas II BroMwAJ'. DecMedly a VARIETY St # TITLe WOR
90 of all in- locality l '
cent deaths) .
;' per any ik"*' : f!
_,. .. I is Reduced' Weivant. you to come and aq-and we will let oCIr'yalua to be erported;'this.office will require STATB BANK BLDCk.HalariagrClills&Ff

, J..] Iff' .peakotlem.else.r] n'LhJaafi;" tljiovrjjgirig'onV" (Set' likeaccuracy prerequisitto ,, ",,,h 00000000000000'00r
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t \'" : \ I' ., --J I / r .registrary. BROADWAY FISH MAR ITA: St
,, "' 'k ptRppDe.at. OD.\\: .' ,' 1y 1, v ;rr :- : _J / ?. >[l3"f. iQ.ibry to'
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However. la cities with comparaUvily "
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: ; : >< 'iivii 'small populations there to .... Bra : -OJ
.. are apt : .dwsy
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,.'; 'ttLI'F. r 'r0" be large rariationa and fluctuations'10 e :II, C ..
r ", H" r'l-'A''W'- .... 4" death stud births IOL abort periods, a>t l :_I ':' "...." DLl7oC i i" ') ss 1nr Pr crlpdo" +Mo.. kpt or.d..
r--'),', ; .f'at least sin .. '., . .It; .. gar CHILLS i t 1Rev.
; _It . .. tha report* tnont ar .1 : \ ""io..... MALARIA St
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$!1 rj"V"?l' \tr '/' '#' J. -- .,A.. L'> \,.'''' '* needed for safely using this check.,.Jj k- :"! :::": II< \I' -.I. !."..""'' ..... ........ ......w e.ll a',

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' '.' Clearwater. Fire' Florida College ,'For' Women '1 1 Epworth, 'League Elects PISTOL FIGHT f U ;


sic D ,U."FLETCHERB ,I' Loss Is $75,0,00' 'Opens: With Big' Attendance! Officers for. Year ,



PUBLIC Clearwater, Fla.-At 2 o'clock Toes'!', .T.U.hauee.-Dr. Conradf hat the-- The: summer' school open with a mendatory St. 'PetenbUrg.'A to : resolution of the com' 1NJURES'TWO'
THANKS Secretary Navy
: t
disastrous fire occurred and
day morning a great pleasure and satisfaction of wel most. efficient visiting' faculty, al/j Daniel for hi*. order prohibiting intoxicating -
irt Clearwater, burning the planingand ready oner hear about the scholastic aboard . .
crate mills of the Novelty Works, coming to the college on the opening halls most favorable criticisms of each the in liquors the United kept '
lumber yard, the Mendenhall packing of the school the largest ships State Pensacola.-Two men are perhaps
eld a day. summer member of it. .
Win lone.0'1 ..) annum
_,, ( house and the Crutch eld &: Wool- The classes about evenly distributed was passed by the twenty-first mortally wounded 'a* the result of.a
of the col are
D. C. June 26.-8en. i attendance in the history state conference of. the E worthLeague ,
. [ shooting affray S.turday'nil'ht' at
,
Fetcher ,folk plant)! The fire covered two city enrollment with the
to
o.lss = On that more than one hundred a*
returned toI' lege. day in last
here
session '
.tor w week
blocks and the loss is -estimated at of the methods upon Caryvll e. One of them, E.D. Stock-
primary
Washington, mad4the followingstate students presented themselves for exception the recommendation of the temperance still in the the
a sawyer employof y?
close to hundred thousand dollars'Mendenhall Miss Maud Schwal-
one class conducted
; ment to your correspondent today: enerollment, and by the end of the by committee. The state s.cretary'wasordered Henderson-Waits Lumber at
election in Florida and Wyatt's loss was $60,-1 week pretty close to ene hundred and meyer, who has the largest enrollment, company
!I' "Regarding the to send a copy of the resolution that place, wa brought to Pensacolaand
t the returns make it perfectly plain 000, with Woolfolk's$38 000 insurance; Crutch- fifty students will have been enrolled being forty student to Seecretary Daniel. IncludedIn taken to the Pensacola sanitarium:, Iry
( j that there was no feeling on the part field & loss -was 12000; Assisting Dr.' ConradIn!, welcomingthis Special physical culture classes, occurring -' the report of the committee was a where he will be operated upon.. The .
of the people of Florida generally that, with $6 fire 000 insurance. august body of teacher-studenti bi-weekly for the entire student clause indorsing the work of the W. condition of both men last night, was *
I should be retired. The had mined good headwaybefore to the! roUcjre was the ever 'fmihujiuMij body have been arranged, free of C. T. U.Election. being criticaL t
reported a*
i I \ .,' it was discoverM and it was tale >Intenuent, the I let charge by Dr. Conradl, who urge all
I "Broadly speaking, the people were &; ;> and only by desperate efforts that it was W. II. Shentr who, in a .arn f"t l student to avail' themselves of this
informed regarding my work not very < year, appointment of ,standing committees Sunday for the reason that his relatives ]
the business -
j only were satisfied with it, but cordially -. prevented from spreading to .address urged tie tt'nchtrll; to avail coruse so as to add strength to endure and selection of at meeting reside in Mississippi and .it wa .
1 \ it eection'ol' the city. themselves of f"' opportunity thenpretenu to the end of the summer's strenuouswnrk. .
approved it. They had quite heroic- ry place for the 1915 conferenmLwere imp I desired to have them; present before t'
I "" ..... settled in their minds that the best The fire department worked the westas d l to make, of themselva. the., Swimming. is also added to this portant features of the closing day. the operation commenced. Two bullets -
residences to
saved
... interest of the state required that I ally and very best teachers that could be produced course. Election of the officers resulted a* from a .32-calibere special revolver
I be continued in their service. well as the, county jail adjoiningon anywhere; and advising then I Dr. Conradi's address to the visiting ; follows: President.. F.; Chapman entered the abdomen- and lodged

i "The sentiment against me W.III the south. Lack the of heat hose to and-set water fire to take a very few subjects and tc, faculty and students was most cordial 1 St. Augustine;..first vice-president C. thereThe bon. in the right.leg.wa* w
manufactured and artificial. Such sentiment pressure allowed make themselves more proficient ir I I and he most generously extended the L. Johnson, Ukeland; second vice- crushed by a third bullet from the revolver ,
x ] '.- is neither sound, nor lasting, to the Crutchfleld & Woolfolk orange the them; and also offering at the close'I use of everything enjoyed by the president Miss Verdie Haddock; Live while a fourth entered the left
packing house on the east, but of the session thirty-five days' attendance regular student,body, with this added I .
in Oak fourth 3.
..' nor prevailing, any case. I. ; vice-president Miss Ed- side A
\ "Aspiring individuals, not prompted Pinellas Citrus exchange had packinghouse and good work, a year's extension .. : wish that if things were not seen to na Fussell, St. Petersburg; secretary It is claimed that Deputy Sheriff' b
, 1. by desire for the prosperity of the was saved. If that other of their certificates; and I be wished for, they should be asked Garfield Evans, Sutherland; treasurer John Farrior fired the shots that
'f.m j f state, or care for the welfare of the the fire would 'have lumber ravaged and I special examinations for primary, for and they would be most willinglyand I A. B. Bird, Tallahassee; district secretaries I struck Stockstill a* well as the other" 1
yards
III 4. people, as much as the gratification of packing the A. C.houses I.. and freight I state and special state certificates cheerfully provided. I Bartow, Miss Gertrude Over-j man. The derutl' accompanied by, i
'if 'r:! their own ambition and the buildingup passenger I I street; Miami Miss Eliza Wright; Dr. L. H. Caryville, brought

fff of their own political strength at depots.It is thought the fire was of incendiary ( GOOD ROADS "BOOSTERS" I j HERE ARE OFFICIAL RETURNSOF TampaE. A. Gallagher; Palatka, Miss tocksUll to Pentacola Sunday>morning -
G whatever cost to the public; malice oft origin, as Joe, Meares the night I, WILL DRAFT HIGHWAY BILL \ LATE STATE PRIMARY Elsiee Bouchelelee; Ocala, Miss May' coming on the first train to pass !ifCarivma
others whom it had not been possible declares'as he was puttingout McMullene; Tallahassee, Miss Dell after the shooting. _
watchman
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to satisfy by giving them all they demanded a blaze in one part of the. I I Jacksnoville.-Proposed good roads ] Tallahassee Fla.-The state cam Stroman: Jacksonville, J. C. White; According to what could be learned
; prejudice wrongfully engendered another started and before the warm legislation which will be presented for I II vassing board met this morning and Gainesville, opene. the trouble between the men and Deputy .
7 in some who were thereby: misled could then be Kounded the.whole place i passage at the Jiext session of the' canvassed the returns from the' reosnt Anastasia island was selected as the Farrior started over the arrest of
.; ; some would-be smart politicians was ablaze. I I Florida legislature, willbe the general i! demo ra.tlc-primary. "The results fol meeting place for the 1915-jcoofex-. soQieunegroe employed by: the Hen
... anxious to build up a machin for their |I subject of a meeting of good roads =I low: encee.. Delegates\ from other cities. derson-W.ite Lumber company.: There'r
. particular service-were some of the TO TRY BURBANK SPINELESS .advocates who will assemble at the' For United States I senator: Fletcher who had bedn authorized to Invite the had been disputes and-some ill-feeling -
agencies operating create this rath- CACTUS IN THIS STATE I Atlantic Beach hotel at Atlantic Beach I 32,042; Stockton, 21,733. : 1916 conference to their home city, previously, It is said on account of
ere feebl sentiment, evidenced more by July 24 and 25. Those interested ih Congressman) First district: Angle withdrew their nominations in favorof the arrests, and Saturday night after
noise than numbers, which the large Tampa.-Spineless cactus as a for invite all I Anastasia Island. This done off the r
the meeting plan to good I 4.717; DeBerry, 889; Sparkman was the men had been paid deputy
'i majority of the people declared to bee age crop is to be tested out under the road enthusiasts of the state as well 8,322. since the Methodist church has recent- arrested a number of the negroes. "'
wholly unwarranted. direction of the Tampa. Board of as officers of the Florida State Good. Congressman, Second district: Denton ly completed a big assembly grounds Stockstill and several! others, it la
"The public spirit, patriotism and Trade. It proposes to arrange with Roads association county commission ] 1,677; Clark 9,215. there and the annual conference of the claimed either attempted to take the -
"
1 $. good sense of the people of Florida the Luther Burbank company for the ers and members of the legislature/ to Congressman, Third district: Stokes church and the state Sunday school negroes trom the deputy or else tried '
I can be depended on and will invariaoiy setting out plants in this county by attend the conference. .SJ.l/ 1; Wilson 10,31.Congre8sman convention will be held there next to release them from Ja l. Then the jI. *lM
_ I l.r- L' : ". co-oneration with farmers and dairymen of the
vriumpn."This I I J. P. Clarkaon secretary Fourth district: year. shooting occurred. Y
G is a most inspiring and encouraging : A careful watch will be kept state good roads association, is now Acosta 2,513; L'Engle, 3.804; Malone The deputy, who came to Pensacola t,
!. thought. On this our people ' to determine the practicability of making plans to send out letters to 2,714; Sears, 5,476; Williamson 1426. MIAMI YOtyTirNARROWLY with the wounded man was not In, .r
can build their faith. It sustains growing the spineless cacti in this soil those mentioned them to be Commissioner of agriculture: Ap- ESCAPES DEATH IN RIVER jured. He returned to Caryville Sunday

t our infinite hope."I and climate. present at the beach meeting. pleyard, 16,133; McRay, 31881. night. t :
do not claim that my individual The forage value ia well known. L. A. Whitney a member of the I' Justice supreme court (two to be Miami.-Losing his balance whilemanipulating :

M,/ work so favorably impressed the people Burbank the wizard of the world of I board of governors of the association nominated) : Every, 21,048; Ellis 24- a rowboat to which was Dollar Day July 11. V
i as to bring about the result but I horticulture asserts it is because of as well as secretary of the St. Peters- 168; Shackleford23,334. attached a small engine and propeller y
; meaen to especially emphasize the its value as a food and because it is burg Board'of Trade has already given In the senatorial race Mr. Fletcher John Chafer twelve, son of. Dr. tf
,h r large majority given me was an en- greatly relished by aH 1 herbivorous I the assurance that he will be present beat Mr. Stockton 10,309 vote In R. E. Chafer, 111 Seventh streete, fell
dorsement of the principles and policies animals, that the plant has developed I for the meeting. Capt. W. J. Hillman the First congressional district Mr. out of-the boat Sunday, the propeller M rn
4 of President Wilson and his great the spines. The opuntias, as one species of Live Oak, president of- the Sparkman had a majority over both sinking him on the face and fore I n.oR1DAAIID'.RN' I-
program of legislation and administration Is known, has in its natural statea I Goods Roads associtaion, will also be opponents of 2,716, and a plurality head Inflicting frightful laceration.

.j which I advocated and urged. defense that effectually protects it present. over Anirle.. hie nearest cnmrtAtltar__... .__no. nf, His brother. Nelson Chafer fourteen, ,1 *
S t "The vote of Florida democrats was from animals of every kind. It is the hope of those backing the ;U- 5- k Jumped into the water swam out this air!
an eloquent expression of confidence Uurbank has cultivated the cactus, movement that this conference will bean brother, who, in spite of his injuries ; .
. in and approval of the great adminis and through his experiments developed affair where a definite highway YOUTH RESCUES WOMAN was keeping above the water,
tration of national affairs. the spineless cacti. It responds commission bill and if necessary additional -' FROM BURNING HOUSE for he is an excellent swimmer. Grabbing M eatsALL
"No man in public life can expect will to cultivation and can be utilized bills can be gotten in readiness the Injured boy by the coat dollar -
\,. to escape criticism. That is especially 'as a forage tile };ear around With for the legislature. The advice and T.mpa.-Robert Parker an eigh Nelson attempted to swim to
: true if he does anything. I am not the regulation of man, so that continued co-operation of as large a number ol teen-year-old youth, played; the role of shore with him, but the load wa toogreat ? 4t
'. disposed to harbor injuries of that I production is assured the the members of the legislature as possible hero at anearly hour Sunday morning and both boy would have like -- --- -- -" ,;

'"" kind. In fact, reasonable criticism often I spineless cactus exists without the is wanted at this meeting. when he ran from his home about ly drowned if Capt. Geo. Anderson, a TIMES
ALL
4\. t does good in two ways-it brings spines which nature provided it for its three miles north of the city on the boatman who was nearby, had not .Ilms.-AT. x
to one's attention sometimes shortcomings own protection. PALATKA PEOPLE TO HOLD river division of the Tampa Electric I.. gone to the rescue.
or errors which may be cor- TRI-COUNTY EXPOSITION company to the home of Mrs. .Emma: The injured boy was hurried to a We carry the'Finest Cut: and
'. ( rected in futures, and, in the next place, ORLANDO TO SAFEGUARDITS Hazzard and rescued Mrs. 'Haxcard hospital.It was found that the bone the Nicest' Meat'in.theCity.. : ad

it gives the opportunity for one's SUPPLY OF WATER Palatka.-Plans will now go ahead. from the burning house. below the right eye was broken, but Fresh Poultry and Eggs, Fresh
.; ', friends to become aroused and active. rapidly for the holding.of a tri-countj Parker saw Mrs. Harzard's house it is thought that he will not lose the Home Cured Meats. First CUss
, There; is a minimum of bitterness, Orlando-The recommendations of fair here as a result of the organization was on flr. When he got there the sight of either eye. If the blow had Meats at Bock Buttom figure I.i I
'. ;" .. consequently, left after such a campaign Dr. C. T. Voting of the state health meeting held on Saturday. Rep- woman, evidently bewildered and been a couple of inches higher it li our policy. Come. in and try u*.- *'
and the compelling, sentiment office relative to .the further safeguarding resentatives of Putnam, Clay and St blinded by smoke, was'dashing aroundin thought the propeller would,have torn
. "v' !, one of grateful indebtedness to of the city water possible will Johns counties were present at the the front room of the house. He hia. eye out.ORLANDO. t '<' MARKET :
,: '.. friends for their confidence and loyalty be carried out as soon as ,:according meeting. ran to the window and smashing it; in, PARLOR
Commissioner Clark Rob Mrs. Hazzard and ,brought SWATS THE FLY.
and their efforts to. accomplish to A committee on organization was grabbed .
'
! ;, what they*.regarded as the public ertson. Dr. Young recommended that appointed at follows C. H. .. her out. She was unharmed. She 'Orlando.-" ';;;--the Deadly Fly" Phon* 44. 117 Broadway.PEOPLES'MARKET,
shed of '
the city". acquire the water Case Had ,been awakened by the-crackling,
Folsom H. L, ,
good. L.; Mann, Moses has become one 'of the war cites of
"It is impossible to communicate directly Highland Ih order that aU'possibility Dr. D. C. Main and R. R. Brakeman ol of'the flames .but was so bewildered the health department''' here. ,Rigid '
with each individual and I wish of polidtlon from surface drainagemay Putnam county; D. Dunham. W. H that she lost her presence ot'mind measures are to be enforced to prevent : ; .
.+ -' each to acecpt this public statement be avoided. He further stated Baker and E. P. Smith of Clay county;; and-would have perished but for Parker'a the-spreading .disease. by.this . .
as my assurance to him of my gratitude that all muck along the shore be line and R. M. Burt J. O. Stevenson and I. I,. timely appearnace. enemy. Several letter have appearedin Phone 189.. f. and sincere appreciation for the in some sections of the bed remove with the .
It Moody of St Johns county, VIRGINIA MAN GETS our papers lately giving excellent '. ,
, f encouragement thus given- me." ed and sand or gravel to substituted.be determined following as temporary officers: C. H. PRIZE TARPON OF YEAR methods by means of which the sanitary I.'Powers.. ;Proprietor.', i
is a question yet improvements Siege president; Dr. D. C. Main vice- conditions of our city could b41 T "- iJ
of the
the cost -
-- Dollar Day. July 11. whether or will not fall the city or president; P. J. Becks treasurer, and Fort Myers.-The Fort Myers Tarpon improved.
upon R M. Burt secretary. This committee Fishing association has officially
under their;
Oklahoma has several women oil operators. upon the water.company I was instructed to draft a charter announced the close\ ) of its season foe -
I contract with the city. and all necessary regulations and re 1H3-14! and awarded the handsome e''

_. ----..-- port same to an adjourned meeting tc, silver cup for the largest catch. The OPENDAYN f-Girl T
---- -- -- - \bs held In four weeks or some date! cup is won by W. Ashhy Jones of ry ;

r agreeable to the farmers' institute! Wareneck Va., who caught the largest
rI corps of the State Agricultural col tarpon of the season a mammoth H *
\\\\\\01I"I/\ \ ; lege. The committee will hold its preliminary -, specimen weighing 190 pounds and *
1 meeting at the board ol measuring seven feet five inches in T .

,i trade rooms' next Thursday, at' 2 p. m length sal' 1 ;

BULKHEAD1NG ON LAKEFRONT PI.NELLAS PARK WILL
I rev
; *> AT SANFORD CITY ? HAVE- BIG CAIN. .MILL.. *

: Sanford. .The contractors have en- Pinellas Pack.: -Machinery for the ... I
; countered some delay in the work of ,largeat cane mill in the state 'has'been
filling in on account of the hard-pan ordered' by a company composed of
J formation, but are working faithfullyand Pinellas Perk men. The mill will havea
.. are making more progress than capacity of sixty tons of the raw I II 1 i
is apparent to &he casual observer. material a day and will be in opera- v d:
p. :
r.
,.' Another dredge boat will soon be put tion in time to dispose of the sugar t I II r' YP ', "
1 in commission, larger machinery hav- cane'crop which will I ripen, about No- 't
\ T's ing been ordered some time ago a vember. .. '\,\i
I' powerful engine and agitator ,i.
more pump
to
Pinellas Park people expect produce "
, and full equipment is now en -
a crop of cane this year sufficient
route and as soon as received: the second to make upwards of 125,000 gallons of 4V 1
, dredge boat will be put to work. syrup and a canning plant will be installed .
t Construction of the .concrete retaining in connection with the mill. Stop Don'tBurn 'j'
: ,,
wall will be started at an early data. i

f The men on the job are experiencedin TROUBLE IN. COURT .
dredging and while they have been OVER A DEAD BODY ,,4 ' y'our ";:

elfappieSfmomenti'ffie up against a formation here that they ii"

;1 r had never enecountered before they Tampa-A: E. Coles a negro undertaker Car "
and Up
'
: 6f I I"No now understand to handle the it.situation areprepared has ban arrested on the 3 : :

charge of holding a body against the *: '4 4'rf
ST. JOHNS PLAN'S ERECTIONOF wishes of relatives of the dead man. !:.autotata batter the Ufe eaa
NEW COURT HOUSE I I The story told by the relatives of ;t? + SOUl a car by useless speed w *:tn e+I..

watch and to wound James Golden who died a few days ... sad constant nee- .'I
, ( eye to no tongue rte driving; {.
the good "
St. Augustine.-As soon as ago is that Cotes, claiming to repre- "It'
. AD earth forgot and all heaven around m. road bonds .satisfactorily disposed sent a lodge to which the, dead man reel of little things. : ;
of and the work upon the brick paving belonged went to the house and took c y P vt S rF Don't you do 1C. 4.:
q J Happiness' begins with the engagement started, the county commissioner the body, over the protest He em- l Let us overhaul your engine sad "s-

; end with the wedding will take up the question of the loca- balmed the body and then said he put everything In tiptop roanlac .J
.'j ring. It ought never to tion and erection of the new court would not bury it until 1 the bill for t shape for the busy season strsia..' -

ring. We .have)1l1 kinds of rings for house, replacing the $100,000 structure .embalming, $30 had been paid. The +( Then take good care of your cat. ', :
c ; I lost in the recent conflagration. The relatives said they had all along desired t Isn't If? .
all kinds of'folks. Quality high prices low. commissioners have allowed this question the funeral conducted by anohter This 1* sound advice ;, :,

? .__ to drift along since the fire in or- undertaker, refused to pay the bill ,'j/!!:,<}'
I der that their entire attention might and appealed. to the authorities. ,- /J

We are now'located inour new store, one door south be focnased upon the inauguration ol '-i >. 1j'l.'
I E. INRAM DROWNEDIN
the work upon the permanent surfacing GEO. "\
of the Citizen Bank. Our new quarters are designed ''. main, high ST. MARY'S RIVER 'i: r
( I : of the count)" ways. of'' Let us overhaul your car ,now..: Expert,, e
.many patron
and
.8 to meet every need we can assure our IWAYYMMA Jlil1l.rcLQeEntfam)

that we can offer them better service than ire, before. a AGE. Petersburg, Va-, salesman for the Foss mechanic to do the work Prices I lpw:.. 'Ca'
Orl."do'-'From: Pennsylvania comet Gas company of Springfield 111., after f+ r'

the- -news- --of runaway marriagiwhich motoring on tfce St.- aryls.. river atKlng'a'Farryrria.ron : .
interest >here'because the aftemoorri fill and" 'efficient service. c \o -. ,'r. ; .
Is ef
& / ; great :, : .
Cole Unley- , "F\1 t
hU "
a !f of the"popnfarityof'the bride o.JUJI.,201..trybfg'% toviget ,j i.; '
+' : set.. launch.in the boat house when he fell ." : ; : }:
emong.ti.,Orlando-younger: ; ) .
tn-,, \.!: f tt. ,. ,, ., -t.7" -t, .After acquaintance of two weeks overboard, and not,being able fa ewim M:' A ler iU B. 'B'Q' 'S > ,
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-- i ,,,... tJnrefeeIDPEeiitri; .;;', 'I". Mr.' Harry Schmunk and Ulss ChartautGalley was drowned.' He. leave m young wife I' : -
} +''!,)1 p.. '.e. .. . I ... _4isv Mrs E. E. of 5'/d t ,. 'o'tlt
.... :. '- .....:..:. 1. ., '" j,' "" \ sI + elvded thelTigilanot: of thlbride's | and mother Engram ,'. . ,
'. .....-. "':'. 'I!'_ : --.' :._ x mother and] were united in mar. EdQewooQ;$.vellUf4tlanawhlm .; UL.....:. .j. :-. ,, ";' ..lI.lOirUAAft_:;: ,-,.. -- :-+ ,
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"'P' \ .... 'THE' VALLEY GAZETTE
&Eto J' -- 'KISSIMMEE 'FRIDAY JUNE 2 114

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1 ill I Ml 111111 111 III" I i II I e+. "{! IIIII'"III"IIIII LOCAL MUSICIANS (Official Proceedings STREET POST FOR LIGHTS. w', O.' W CAMP '
y .
"f't"-i GROWING ,RAPIDL4t
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Mr' M.:Kat !.' having a concrete" ,
'Society Notes I FORM RCHESTRA, :of Board of Trade post erected at the Katz, dry' goods The .local -camp Osceola Nos '79, is i'

--U, w-i., II. corner,on Broadway for. a street light, taking on new life and Is giving every
: (Continued from page one.) > which will add-greatly to the proposed '''indication of'belntr.one of the largest
_ "Wednesday evening j of lo-,
number White
a Way. By Agreement wlth the in the states '
which camps i'
could be
placed ,in 'an
p, (Motile. Belle,_ILarris, ,Editor,), ,', local musician 'met organized a envelope pages and mailed! He al staled(; electric light company,)the lights for Already over forty fpplicaUonsifor :!
.. concert' orchestra, which is to be under that copies of the ..forthcoming' i the post will be furnished free of cost membership have been received dur-,,
the direction of F. 1;. Faulkner a e. when Mr. Katz has the month and at the -
cial edition of'the Osceola > post completed. Ingthe: last meeting-,,
Request Bade to all patrons of the Vctiey Gazette to end item Journal '
new;resident" in.Klssimmee. 'The orchestra would help to 1111 the need of advertising If .other merchants would build next Tuesday evening several twill bc 14
I of. .society treat* to theEditor/ for publication in these colummsIIIMIMIIMIIIIIIMIIIil = will start with eighteen piece literature. Mr. Stanford moved- posts In'front of their places of bust, initiated into-- the ,mysteries; of thedaAplarge "
\ and out of that number a dance oi ness the White '
that the folder be gotten out ; Way could .soon be,a enembeie"Is
as quick
,
chestra of five pieces -will be formed. realty. of the
c _ _' < ', , _ _ _ _ _ _ : _ _ _ ''Mr. Faulkner is fine musician and 1y as possible, which motion was sec- The light the KaU attendance' "
.. . 111..1111111111111,1 ., a onded and passed.Mr. at corner will In lequested. \ v -
teacher and is delighted with they ..* cluster and top globe
Wagner of the finance ''baseball, :
'lice: Cream SociaL'The license to wed and were married b talent he found here. Members of his committee then NOT A FALSE ALARM.
members of the Ladies Aid so Rev. S. W. Lawlet%.The ceremony wai, family, who are soon to join him here brought up the base .RAINS HELP ORANGES. -
,dety of the church will\ l performed also and will add to ball question, and suggested the ,incorporation '
Presbyterian the ', continue to give ice cream socials ev Mr. and Mrs. the coterie forming the orchestra. an as the | have '
age. Senn were guests I : best .way to handle the matter. A I caused goodprospecta for a large fact that The Valley Gaiettewaa; in l'b'
f cry Tuesday afternoon and evening *t the Graystone over night and left Regular rehearsals have already long discussion followed and the ; orange aeaaon, and with a continuanceof error in stating in last week's issue
on the church lawn. The affairs have Tuesday morning for Orlando where been planned fot 'each Friday night, tion of an incorporated ques- such weather Florida ,should break that the fire company was called out .
r already proven pleasant social events they will make their homed' jeginnihg next week. and in a few athletic association combined baseball and and an .,the orange 'record this year. by a false alarm. Willis Allman's ;'"
and have furnished diversion during weeks the orchestra will be ready forconcert ,
did catch on flre,.but was ex-
house
I. Delegates Incorporated county fair, baseball and '
the dull League ) Return. work.LITTLE .
season. -+- Misses Helen Bass, Lillian Prentis athletic association were all discussed. I Stanford, H. E. Swabey and W. B. tlnguished by neighbors before the
,. Motor Party. Harriet Buzza, Messrs. Earl Cows GIRLS PLAY HOUSE. The matter was viewed from many Harris. fire truck arrived, or any considerable
ire r. I
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lupfer and little Will Mason Tiller Paul Marks Mr t'letII' the question of the dimension an-I There being no more business, on damage done. The alarm was turnedin
I A 'son-and MissesMildred Winn and and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman and Rev.;1 A doll house which has really been the present baseball grounds, and motion the board adjourned to meeton from Howell Bass' store in North

-; Mattie Belle Harris motored out to Lawler returned Saturday from St. designed by one of the foremost architects the probable abandonment of the : Monday,. July 13th. Kissimmee.Low . ,
McCann & Carroll's turpentine still Petersburg, where they attended the of the United States and which ground later on for a larger groundon ,.\
Thursday and spent the afternoon. State Epworth League convention a"hd consequently unlike most doll houses the outskirts: of the city, with a I !
--Mrs. McLean served some fine wa. report an interesting meeting and a is perfect in design and proportion is racetrack, and of a swimming pool on .
+ termelon-to the party and.O -1he way pleasant time. now being displayed in the window of the present ground were considered.At ( ,

-e home a picnic lunch was enjoyed. The local party enjoyed the several W. B. Makinson company. This little length; Mr. Prentiss moved the
-+- social affairs held in connection with house is of the old colonial typewithred appointment of : ittee of threeto
Shakeprare Club. the convention, the chimneys at either end, green investigate methods of organization. 1n "
t Mrs. F. C. Bryan entertained the were the informal among reception events givenat given blinds etc. There is a lot of fun to be The motion was amended to I I III I :,'

Shakespeare club at her home on the church by the St. Petersburg had in putting the house together. read that the committee present arti- r li
h Sumner street Tuesday afternoon. Delicious league, a recreation afternoon in the With each house is included every single cles of incorporation to the board at I Vi4ii ;,'-
? refreshments of punch and park Wednesday under the directionof thing necessary for assembling; ext't'pt' the next regular meeting The vice-
cake were served. Those present were Miss Verdie? Haddock. a hammer: -- president then appointed Messrs. ..
Mrs-Boise 11rs.Miss Bay Mrs. Cribs, Mrs. I afternoon an automobile ride Thursday over St. The frame of the house is of wood. Prentiss Sears and Wagner on this '. I It ii iyuuCllwua i4.
Ellis and Winn. The next .meeting Petersburg*courtesy of the board of The Tides floors and partitions are on committee. "
will be at Mrs. Boise. trade and a formal reception Thurs. Neponset-- wall board the cream A. A. Tano inquired if the special
-+Social.- day evening at the church. white and plain oak finishes. On the finance committee was to continue -
- League < floor is Ne covering, the their work. Vice-president said that .
The local enjoyed p -
The members of the Senior Ep- party a trip to > substitute :;
for lineoleum.On. the committee had not been .
water-proof dismissed.II. .
Pass-a-Grille Friday afternoon. .
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worth will social tonight -2'-
League enjoy
a : _I .. the roof is an imitation of Nep E. Swabey member of executive _r-_ -
the thoditohureh. Aprogram "/
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onset shingles-the attractive shingle committee reported that the committee ': .
has been in
arranged con- Flora Weidler entertained a which outlasts wood. W. B. Makinson had met last week in C. A. Car. :: : '
nection with the social hour. Mr. L. few friends last Friday evening _at the company are agents for all these Nep- Bon's office oh the Orange county road
U. Zimmerman and Rev. Lawler will home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. onset products. question, and stated that the present Round Trip RatesFROM
talks work and music
give on legaue
C. Weidler on tIM of
; corner Church If you have a small child or a little intention of the Orange county com-
elections will be arranged. and Possiel streets, the occasion being friend who would enjoy receiving a missioners was to leave a gap of four JACKSONVILLE

Misv Butler-- .. her fifteenth birthday. Games were 'doll house, here is an exceptional op- miles in the proposed brick leading 1t.la.ls . 1.71 cw.: ... MJ.s. Cl.ci..n I. . pJ."
Miss Ruth Butler entertained Wednesday played on the lawn the first part of portunity to get a real good one from the Osceola county line north on .... . Use St. r..l M.75 a-w. .' JIM
afternoon with a sewing the evening after which they engaged I account of error in deciding upon the Cdw.1....1... 11... D.YI. . .. fl.se .a..aval. .. .. 51.41f.a
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for a number of her friends at her in a grocery contest. The first prize POWERS BUYS PALACE MARKET. material to be used for curbing. He' Y.a..e-LaM City. 71 71."" TOT Wlnlut*. . SIN 7.7S 1.4d..... . 353.
home on Mabbette street The afternoon was won by Muriel Prentis and the J. I. Powers the well known pro- stated that he and Mr. Sears had beento I r..... . ...... Ma nal . .. SS.4S f..i.Ud&. . .. )5.1it
booby prize fell to Lois Overstreet. of the Market, has Orlando and had number of -Ie . IN.** r>ta.kq S1.S 4'.1'
prietor People's seen a . : .
I was very pleasantly spent sew. The contest I ...A.i.s . M.SS ....._ . U.M IMrallIf 41.115..5n..Ya
b ,ing and chatting.' Refreshments of caused"much merriment. purchased the Palace Market at 117 business men and officials on the sub- .SS .8.l> . . 41.45 47.41Gi.d..ruk
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I watermelon., sandwiches and iced tea Refreshments of ice cream and cake Broaway from Henry T. Bass. ject and had acquired a good deal of : : (2.7 -Khun hOi 47.4: .:'TCa:' 31.11:

4. were served. Those who enjoyed the were served. Mr. Powers will conduct both markets information. He said that if our com- lAw rat.. to arkspoint.In Co...........Celiforala.c.-Ia. I_
afternoon were! Misses Margerie Belled Those present were Misses Lucy '| at the stands they now occupy missioners would brick the four milesof .....M-' ,.... Great.Lak_..... Rocky. Moaa_ Prorat--IIF .-
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Bearden Virginia Tiller Lucy With- PierceLillian Harris, Grace Gilbert, f} ancfthe same high business standard road between this city and the coun- low ratot.b. poiatala t".SIa. .
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; Muriel Prentis! Lois Overstreet Doro- i Ticket on eaIe ....b-._tiJ sept SO. Rlimit Oct. 31.
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trace the lines that the
erspoon Alma Griffin Nelson, that has always prevailed at ty Orange county com
r{f Mrs. Ingram and Mrs.rUnley.. thy Wells Gussie Winn, Flora Weid-' People's Market will be found at the missioners uttr-probably reconsider VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER. SALT
.Y,:, +- ler Messrs. Murray Overstreet, Theodore Palace Market. their action, and he-urged the appoint. LAKE COLORADO SPRINGS ETC.
y Country Club ...uncheen.d Estey Leroy Lesley, Walter Bass ment of a committee to go before the .. I i a..r.t..idU. th.......Chicks.,
l: Mrs. R. W; Meiklejon entertained Edgar Bryan Bert Wells, Frank Bryan K. OF P. ELECT OFFICER'S.On commissioners and place the matter % or c.gss.. 1.ib.n1__.._all tick_

d Tuesday at. the Country club with a Kenneth Weidler. Wednesday night Friendship before them. TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST three

1t} prettily appointed luncheon in honor OOOO.OOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOCHURCH Lodge No. '10, K. of P., elected the Mr. Sears said that other Bounties I through train daily choice of throe. flifforoAtroute
\'. of Mrs. Morton/ Mrs. Cunningham and : O following officers to serve during the in the state were filling in with brick? / = .. -
% Mlss. Vess Parker. Included in the in order to of the .' .... .
:j 0 NOTCIES. O next) semi-annual term: complete part na- l T6 dalJy -- t. tkw.r LL .k Raw4
'i" truest list were Mrs. Andre.van der + Lewis O'Bryan, chancellor commander I tional highway from Washington I\; Ode.... U..lIod d..ag car ..r.kw F..t SW
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fit: Meersch. Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. Stanford K"9"0000 tOto... 0000 0 00000000'Methodist ; H. R. May vice-chancellor; through Florida, and that if our commissioners I ( ,I _Rock_IaaIIaot...........N.01_.-. .N... t_des .Far-6..d.. rat_ -'-.ii.1I ,. '
Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Livingston : would consider the '
Church. J. S. Cadel prelate; W. L. Poulk master question -
,, Misses .Vivian and Mildred Next Sunday morning the pastor of work; J. C. Griffin master at favorably he would be willing to 1I -
BRETNEY
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Lee will preach on "The Power'and Dura- arms; T. S. Oliver inner guard; J. E. go again to Orlando. The board wenton I III I! ,
., '" 'Senn-Hubbard. bility of Love;" at night "The Prodigality Roberts outer guard. record as favoring a completion of 11 .....F..sa......
:}i Mr. S. A. Senn of Orlando and Mrs. -of .Love." All are cordially Immediately after the lodge closed the Osceola county road and the chair U4W_1.r1nd.JACUONYW. .
Fay Husbbard of Bartow came to the Invited to attend the services. Hours light lunch was served which was very was authorized; : to appoint a committee I i I rtes.N" r
; _l ,W.city,from Bartow Monday, secured a of service, 11 a. m.; 7:45 p. m. much enjoyed. to see the commiesio>''iere. H.. C.

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."PRIDA T. JUNE ':21.. 1 >({ 4 __ .1, THE KISSIMMfeE' VALLEY' GAZETTE' :' . . PAGE s.:, '.

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THE '" thSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETT1T t Mr. and Mrs. G.. F. Parker and son Mrs.. J'. K*'HUllard\ has gone to Dr : -L' j BALLPARK" '(READY:
Albert,motored to; St Cloud Tues Gilbert' Th.
(T.lepaon.. !.. No.. .11.) . . over sanitarium 'near 'Tampa,
.' . day. where she will take a rest cure for the : "
.. Published Every Friday- ,By Hril.. Fred Gilbert 1* pending: sev next three months. lOft OPENING 'GAMr

w. .... IUJUU", ; .. era! days at Paradise Island the gust Miss Ella MM. Gilbert returned _.'
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I of Mr*. H.C. Stanford. home Tuesday from Forsythe, .where f" Play bain. :.ok.
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she has been relative .
Misses Lottie and Lola Lawler are month.'visiting for several Summer Cooking The first game to"be played on,the 1
visiting in Arcadia; the-gOTSls of their! diamond of thenew baseball park i*.,: "'
tYWeather Report .,sister Mrs. E. F.'Childers,. Mrs. A. S, 'Gilbert1 and daughter, Shouldn't Cook '! called for at 3 p. m., and everything "
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Coring returned home from bung
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in readiness
Miss put for
) Blanche Barnes .i has 'returneeto where
Jacksonville
Sunday, they pent
the event.. The Loughman team will
_, Following are the dally tem- her Miss-home Rose in Orlando after a visiwith Several day the: Cook, meet the home team ti-this first gam*'
O'Berry in
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, peratnres and precipitation as city.. .Mr*.' W '' C.; Bass and'children- and and In the two game scheduled l for
M. D. Tindall of Mrs. E. I.. Lesley and children'm tcJr.
a prominent citizen Getting.dinoe the Fourth of 'July one at. 10 a. m.
,reported brth.: Government Narcoossee, was a visitor in the city ed down Tuesday to their/ ranch'.QD 'Treacly and. the other at .3 p.' nu' yl
3 , i'station'at' Kissimniea for the 1 the earlier part of,the week.?, : Canoe creek' to spend afew" days..* in 'July,.is:just, as..c m- Une-up'of' 'the home team has notyet

week: ending June 18,1914) Mfss Phyllis Jarrell returned home i Paul K. Weaver, cashier of the Citizens ! . been completed but. 'doubtlesslywill .
,, 4" Sunday from Atlanta, where she has bank, resumed his'. 'duties this fortable as' inNovelber be by the }first of the-week. The, r

Max.Mln.Raln been vi.itlne..relative.; week after a' three weeks'".vacation. = -if1 i : yho' boys are having practise games every
Friday ____.___ 84 72 .._ Miss Louise Thomason which he spent with" hi.parent .in use, sa' morning and afternoon ,and as the''

s Saturday ______ 9171 ... from Bartow and spent Sunday came with Up Lafayette, Ohio., "..FLORENCEOIL' "limbering up" continues the .baseball' w'
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committee.1. satisfied I has thel!
Sunday .._____ 94 72 ___ her' parents. Miss Bess Mosely returned home it material ....
COOK sL ocUtroncteam..som.
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.Monday ..,____. 94 71 ?_. .Mrs. Au-GUbert-and.children.lef Mondaytrom) Plant_months Clty: where she of the" players are ,imported,others*
has been for several stenographer
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Tuesday ..--.,. 95 Saturday for Dade City where' they for the Warnell Lumber< 'The' STOVE.FLORENCE are home boys.' "* ,
will visit .
Wednesday .... 97 relatives. Veneer With completion of the improvements ,
11"I Desmond Little of Narcoossee was company. cooking, being made at the ball park the
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unday ._ 98 Mr. F. E. Faulkner is expecting. his :
transacting( business in this city Wed QIl'Cook Stoves"Look diamond and grandstand will compare -
kitchen. It does
wife.and two sons to come from Michigan your
... .0..000... nesday. 'Seek. favorable with any in the:state. +
Mr. Faulkner baa
Now is the time to plant out citrus next well and reliably> The diamond is already excellent'
:l. a, recently come to Kissimmee and they "Look for the Lever -'
everrdayThe::
shape improving
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grove. See F. H. Lawson for -,- .
r'T trees. 26-1 plan to Make their home here and keeps 'you com-' grandstand Hearing completion; .i.' a *
W. T. Wilson, agent for the"-Atlantic built substantial planamdla 1
; ;; i iIM.M..MI.H.V County Commissioner Ackies Barrof Coast Line railway at' Apopka, fortable. It requires Jess watching and regulatingthan large'ona enough very -to meet all demandsfor t
TOE LOCAL flELD. .l St. Cloud-was transacting business. '
pent last Saturday in this city, the a coal stove. a. number of years. It contains
4 HVVWWI > BIII I here Monday. .guest of Attorney\ H. D. Geiger. ladles' and gents', toilets a ,shower>
Mr*. Geo. T. Singletary and two Mrs''. S. L. Berger and son, from bath for the players, lockers refresh-; +
7i. $i inlii MM, iinii 11 MI'I children left Tuesday for Asheville, N. Idaho Springs, Colo., are,visiting Mrs. You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hotor ment room press-box.' etc.Fla.. ferieeenclosing _; .....;,...,.' -..
C., to spend the summer.B. the will be finished before '
'W. H. Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers Burger's daughter, Mrs. Charles Carson merely simmering flame. park
the tree 40-tf G. Hancock, who liver near Jr. \ the opening game but the bleach:
; people. Loughman, was in the city Thursdayand Tohopekaliga Grove No. 65 of the Come in and let us show you how these Florence ers will probably left until later. ,- "
... Mr. J.. M. Lee left Monday on a Friday on business. Woodmen Circle meet at Fraternityhall There is everyindication: now that
business trip to Cin lnnti. E. E. Green, W. H. Arnold and Tuesday of each week at'S' p. m. Automatic Stoves work, how, simple and reliable.No Kissimmee1'' will have' an Interesting ". .> lij
Burkhalter, with their families,' spent On the first Tuesday evening at 8 p. ball season, though. beginning late. 'In
T. Fair of Wick to' Once
N. St. Cloud was in the last to burn jout. No Vafoes leak. the Loughman team' the home team "
Monday picnicking and fishing at m. the circle meets in joint social with
: city Wednesday.! will meet one of the strongest aggregation .N: d
Lewis Hurst of St. Cloud a prom the W. O. W. started, each bmer'will keep going at the same .
of ball players in'this section ,
,. Miss Anna Jordan-of Tampa is visiting ,
inent G. A. R. i
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man, was transacting do have
You not to help pay professional games'
of the'state and the initial
her'sister Mrs. G. D.' Borne. business in Kissimmee Wednesday.J. sales manarera.when .you power until you turn it. out.PERFECTLY. t ,promise to be fast and exciting. An' *,
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(7 'I "II+ Russell Cole returned to Atlanta Wi: Miller and Lull Bass made a buy t at our sale. effort is being made to hate a program ;-.
.\ < last Monday. business trip to Fort Meade on Wed II. C. STANFORD CO. SAFE of mu.le'.t> the opening game

. : Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis O'Bry- nesday. Frank Vans Agnew has about finished and Mayor May has agreed to pitch. -r
yi) i?I 'ana on Wednesday June 24th, a son. You do not have tohelp pay professional his peach crop from the first.balL, -
' Dr. Hick. accompanied his family but .sain .managers when you Paradise island, and states that his
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'rl expects to return in a day Or so. boy, at our sale. ; returns have been very satisfactory. Makinson DISTRICT CONVENTION: '
H. C. STANFORD CO. He hid something like five hundred W.: B. Co. .
1 Mrs. J. F. O'Berry is visiting her this
I Misses and Best left Wednesday : crates season.
l' son at Whittier this week. Sargent There .will be a Sunday school eonvention ,
-' Mr. H. C. Stanford made a business for Avon Park where they Judge T. M. Murphy has let contractfor next Saturday, afternoon at
j.. trip to Tampa Wednesday.Mrs. I will spend several and friends. Vernon avenue near the court house.W. o'clock and continuing to.-4 o'clock,
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Fairbanks of Kissimmee Park
A. D. O'Bryan who had been spend- H. Arnold is the contractor. When in which the various schools of Kis- t,
spent Wednesday in the city. I ing a few days here with his brother completed Judge and. Mrs. Murphy will aimm.wUlpartidpate.Acordial in.* + "t
Mrs. .S. J. Triplett of Narcoosseewas Lewis O'Bryan, left for his home at< occupy it. Clout vitation is also extended to schools In t
a visitor in the city Wednesday.Mrs. Beaufort, N. C., on Monday. Mrs. Franklin and little daughter LOST-On the St. :: J. Sears, nominated for congress. the surrounding country to send their ... !

: J. B. Reese and Miss Nannie J. H. Woodall came from Lake- I Irene Capt, and Mrs. Breaker motored town a long blue serge coat. Tribune has always had a desire workers. The program follows
i' Reese in Orlando up will please bring to 22 see a woman tried out in this of- 2:30 Devotional and service.i
spent Wednesday Mrs. Franklin's -- song
land .where he is engaged in the lumber over to orange .
avenue and receive'reward and trusts that Miss Aultman-will
Z:45--"What.A.. Some of the Ben-'
.1 shopping. business and spent a day or so.in grove at Kissimmee Park. and spent We -requested by Mrs. it.-Tampa Tribune. 'elite '. ', f
of These Inter-denominational
r I' You do- not have to help pay professional Kissimmee this week. the day.
Simmons, whose husband "
sales managers when you You do not have to help pay professional M. M. Miller and family of Conleywere by lightning a few weeks W. T. Vail of La Porte Ind'l and Meetings T -Rev.Can 8.We W. Lawler.3:0O"How De-
';" buy at our Ssle. ,i sales managers when you in the city last Tuesday. Mr.' tend her most heartfelt son-in-law,1 C. E. orne- In Develop a.
votional Our Schools T" Mr.
:,' H. C. STANFORD CO. buy at qur sale.H. Miller is a large turpentine operator good people of Osceola Ind., spent a few days in Kis Halt Spirit -
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i Mr. and Mrs. B.:D. Brown will leave C. STANFORD CO. and has recently made several shipments came to her aid, and by ... this week looking over the :. *

.. .; Sunday for Mount Pleasant, Ohio, to Mrs. M. J. Hicks and Mrs. E. L. for which. he received satisfac- scription generously raised here. They were so well 8:20 3:15-8one-"How Can. We Promote'Church .
' spend the summer. Pearce and daughter Lucy left today tory returns. rage of nearly three.hundred with prospects here that they Attendance on the Part of the +lrq

." W. A. Smith came up from Lakeland for Coronado Beach where they have R. B. Ward who has been contracting from her home. to locate perManently in Kis School'"-Rev.- A. M. Chisholm.* '- .
r and pent Sunday with his mother rented a cottage for a month. They and building for the past nine While seining for minnows succeed'W. Through H.- 'M. Breaker 4 3:85-"Teacher Training"-Rev.Wit.
1 returning to his duties in the Dut- will be joined at that place by Mrs. months in High Springs, is back in lake last Thursday Capt. R. they purchased the Franklin B. Witherspoon.- '
;) '> ton-Harris store at that place Monday. J. M. Wood and son Milton of Atlanta. Clssimmee "to reside. He will follow nova stepped on a broken about two miles east of the city 8:<
..4(: its regular;_business of .tree planting. lacerated the bottom of his returned 'north Tuesday hole Leaders will be allowed ten minutesend "..

., .1 Air.. ..and Mrs. Malcolm Waring and badly that he was confined to they in Indiana would and dispose of their their fam- live':minutes will be 'used':under. '.
'. son of Lakeland who have been visit- for several days. We are .. bring each topic for-discussion.' :::; '
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee of this state that he is now .here-to-live-withinthe. next six _There should be large attendance d r'.

city, left Monday for Washington and i la able to limp around the 4hI. .' of the workers from; the. 'nriouaachool. c
Virginia. ittle. A carload of. cattle in the city. f >
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TH. Rev. Seibert, presiding elder of the1 Osoeola County has a m the local 'market to.Mlesicsipp. W; H. JONES :;T i iA

Miami district, was the guest over date for superintendent of week' b7 the Carson Cattle:: com- s. NELSON.;.. -- ; (V.ip .
Sunday! of Mr. and Mr. Lawler. He struction-Miss Elizabeth .. The consignment was for beef ,J. L.; OVERSTREET, -II i

occupied the pulpit of. the' Methodist who.. .seeks appointment-" to ; brought,.a:.nice,price.: ;' '.;....... '." .;" ,'" { -lE. :r E J'i,tf' ''';Jr'; '
church at. the Sunday morning service .

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tional Sunday school conventioDo'' He ,.\. .1'V.!. .\ 1/ ; " ,' "I, 'I.; ., .f,
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t Great Annual) Celebration of the.Birth of the Greatest Nation on -' -I '-
Rev. Dr. Alfred E.
Gladding, presi- :
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Earth, a Nation whose principles declare all People Shall be Free' and dent of the Ney Lyme Institute, Ohio, 1'/ S ., 71

Independent and a Nation of people who enslave themselves in the and his brother-in-law, Frank Sifritt, .i .4'' y.

meshes of high priced credit Cut the credit boss. Spend your good were prominent visitors at the Hotel \ '

American Dollar where it will buy the most real value and enjoy the ent:Manhattana the guests recenty.of friends They are in at Crystal pres- .-.'. . H'i: : ;, i: :

Glorious Fourth with a feeling of independency you can never feel Springs.J. +- .. ......... --'- _
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".' when you know you owe: some skinflint 1 high-priced grocer too much W.. Harris of the Dutton-Harris ." '''I'..\ ,.;'.
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Get in line with the true American spirit and for one. whole week last Friday- where accompanied by
t Money's Worth. his wife he had been visiting: the lat- ,'"
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your ter's Mrs. Harris and Mas- '
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;r ter Jack Jr., will remain in Atlanta WAIT I .
Monday, June 28 Saturday, July 4 for two months longer. FORK ,.

James K. Atwood who has recentlybeen .- -,..
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23c-CaiTCa1ifornia Peaches___'HI...____________________ 1 9c has been in Florida for some time,
having been in the drug business in KATZ'SANNUAL ;
( I Arcadia before going to MI.mLW.
If Ivl I lOc r Can Tomato Soup__________..______________________ 5c J. S. .Carr and family left last "., -1:. ... ..

} ----------35e Saturday for their summer cottage at ,. ..
1 Ib. Gold Seal Butter___________?.. -----:..:- -l- Coronado Beach. .They delayed their .
departure the beach this summer

A 'I5c Can Pork and Bean____________-.-...,'....___:_: ___________ lOc In has order been that attending their son school Lawrence in Charleston who- '. $

S. C., might spend a couple of (! JI

35c Can Chief Grand. Coffee...__________---.----'_--_.._-2pC. weeks. here. e SALEj ti
Mr. %nclan Piron of Brussells and : /

25c. Can Colgate's'Talcum Powder___________________-__ 15c Mr. John Peelers of Antwerp, who' : ... I \'. ',' "
Kissimmee
were recently visitors in '.
York will sail "
have to-New. : and ,
r lb. Can Snow King Baking Powder. "_ 7 C gone .. ,V .."......
Both .
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gentlemen were very"\much pleased IIJIJ "' .':. l. ::
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4 ; .Uc, Can Sugar co,;.-___::_______________.___________. 10c with Florida and\ wilt Tarry home,avery SBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIMSai1S1 1aj ,BSIBBSSIB' SIBIBI. . I" -' '.'.
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6 Cakes White Laundry SoAp. := ZOCly I'I'X
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.. B. M. Rickman of Prescott, Ariz. : SAVE ONEYI'
-ZUC who has' been 'a guest at the HotelManbattan :\
Vti.: Box Sugar Stick Candy w
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simmee and vicinity, left Tuesday to .' H'r1\

15c Bottle Sweet Chop Pickle______________________-___- 9C join Dr. Gladding and.'Frank Sifritt ' > ;
on a visit with Crystal Springs friend : r":
Mr., Rickman expect to return to the Wednesday 8th: .
'' Three I5c Can* String Beans__________________---,.______25c city within' week: or so, and expresses Beginning July

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as determined to locate. somewhere t
d Three 10-cent E. J. Pea _____ ,.25c In Florida. i ,
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j R. E. Weidler field secretary of the "

( '> OnePackage: Seedless Raub*-_____,___-_-______ ---1,0c. Flordia Sunday School association' .. S KISSIMMEE. FLA. ,, . '';
who was important factor in"the .. Y'. :
) Sunday school convention" held her . ... . . .. ." , ,.-, .. ..' ; -. 4" : .., l'IA ',,.
\1 ;5'RICTLy CASH; \v Wednesday, and who rallied the forces \. ;.I.. \ ", of'l'", /;.:;",. ,.1.', ." .. .. .r.<.f "lj.' is '" '1'ii1'' ,,,i.. 4 .", h

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,The'* Kissimmee Valley' Gazette.PUBLISHED : '. I . ', J ' IMMIGRATION'. -FIGURE' -
-- - : '
: ,, .1 WashingtonFlguree; Just issued
EVi RT FRIDAY. OFFICE!! IN VALLEY!: OAZBTTKKISSIMMICK. .!! IBUILDING,, .' .., by the ,United States Department of ,
b8CEOLA COUNT ?ZARiDA.'W. .
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Labor show that
. 119,883 Immigrants
J T '. \ were'admitted to our shores during
a.'HARRIS '_ .. _ Ow.II' the month of A Of this number,
:
COME ONI' LETS from
.. \ MAKE IT.A BIG, SMASHING SUCCES f 80.717 came southern Italy.

-- _.. .__..__,.,-----et.ls. ," Greece furnished ..the next largest
BOBSCnrPTION RATES: One one ye.--
ODe cjopjr, .1. month__________copy___, fee. One copy three tnonttn.-- .__,-__ Ae DCi I'V number 9,798, followed by Germany 1 1with
and
f A.R 7,761. Poland with 6,638.A
total of 6,286 Magyars Were admitted tat'
r All communlcKthin, except from our authorised correspondents, n>u.t b*
4,.61 Roumanians, 4,427 Russians,ana
.
9 ,lamed Rejected by th matter writer.will not be returned unl.... called (or. SE1-tL:1rcl. July'11DOLLAR 8,222 from Bulgaria and S rvia.v, v
: ay The unskilled as usual, constituted''
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(Entered at the po.tolttce In Kl..lmm*.". Florida. n..econd-cta.d matter.) the vast bulk of this huge army. There''
-- --_. ----.' DAY MEANS BARGAIN'DAY. were 36,041 listed farm laborers and .
< 28,079 as laborers. The total of those
A Day when Your Dollar Will Buy More and Kisnmmee who professed a knowledge of farming
Go Further
.n_ __ '.. _"- -__.=__ _-==::- --=:c-=:;=. .- --- -- Right Here in was 2,179, while the number of4. '
than anywhere else. gardenerewu..but 1X7The servant ,

: THE ORGANIZED TRUCK GROWERS. .., A DAY WHEN THE-MERCHANTS OF KISSIMMEE WILL OFFER SPE- list contributed, 11,656 being its usual admitted.large proportions Among.* I, I J

1 Co-operation .. .. - CIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR YOU TO COME AND BUY. the trade, that of carpentering receiv., ,
I led the supply, 1,338 being ad-'
That magic word expresses the new idea which is revolutionizing the business A Day of Mutual Benefit to All Who HaVe Anything to Buy and All Who Have- milled. largest There were 1,332 clerks and ''i

world. Everywhere we find co-operation. Anything to Sell.Reudetoi I accountants, 952 masons 891 marines, ;p
Capital combines and co-operates because its power is multiplied many, and 514 dressmakers. It is -inter..t0::
fold. Where ten men pool their money they have many times the power and of Kissimmee. should tarn out DOLLAR-DAY and purchase Everything ing to note that these peoples were, '
in the majority of cases, ticketed to;
Need.
the opportunity they would have as individuals. Labor combines to carry on they the industrial states, over one-h of

production in a social way-many men cooperate each doing his individual Out-of-town People Should Take Advantage of DOLLAR DAY. It will Dollars them being distributed among *he
-
r part to produce a finished shoe, a steel rail or a locomotive-hence productionis mean states of New York, 30,582; Pennrfrl-
in their Pockets
to to ICisjimmee and in this trade
come participate big day.
yams 10,479Illinois, 10,343 and Ohio
;
simplified, waste is eliminated and more is produced in a certain time at a
: month April 899
greater profit.In LET'S ALL PULL TOGETHER AND MAKE THIS THE BIGGEST BUSINESSDAY 9263.were deported Duringthe under the provisions of t
this age of( railroads and machinery and the rapid production of( every KISSIMMEE EVER HAD.The the immigration law, for various reasons -
thing we need, the entire world is our market and it is necessary (for men to and 22,801 emigrants voluntar '
organize with- the idea of co-operating along the lines of least resistance,-jio. ily departed from this country. .New i
-- - with and Pennsylvania'
York
5,499. ,
matter what their business may be-manufacturer. merchant or farmer. - with 4,991, furnished the bulk of this
For this reason the truck growers of( Osceola county are to be congratu- \ number.
.
lated in that they have succeeded in perfecting( an organization which will affili- i '. -- -- :. ..\

ate itself with the Florida Growers' and Shippers' Leaguea league now firmly! 4 _______._ Everybody is coming to Kissimmee :
." -' --. Dollar July 11.. Are ?
Day. you
established and already doing effective work for the growers throughout the .,
state. 1 long wools also are bredl'chiefly for mutton They are the largest of all Female 'workers in Arkansas must - -' jt

The object of( the local organization is mainly to secure satisfactory ship- sheep and thrive best where food can be obtained without much travel. Theydo be supplied with chairs to sit on when transacting K. H. Denniof liu.sini-s Shingle< in the Creek city Tues-was
ping and marketing conditions, plus a (fair price (for their produce. In this well also in regions of excessive rainfall. The fine wools including the not actually engaged in- work. I day. t'

they deserve the, hearty support of every business man in the community. In American Merinos and the Rambouilett. have been bred almost entirely for : 5 !,
Y fact, every business man in the county should join the association.In their wool alone. - -- ,i !
numbers there is strength and i if( the growers can dispose of all their Some of these many breeds says the bulletin, should be selected and main-

produce at profitable prices the general prosperity will rebound to the benefit tained, for it is rarely good policy to cross sheep. l
SCHOOLBEGINNING
of the business men. The more money the truck grower gets the more money. SUMMER

he will spend in Kissimmee. I ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 4 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? supply of cattle has been running too j JULY 6 ...:
So, after all, it's just & matter of pulling together. One (for all and aH (for low; and second, to be put into condition -
That is the spirit which will win. LETTERS TO TilE for slaughtering and the
one. / put on
I will conduct school for F Fa
'
Mrs. Conrad Bryan and myself a summer .
Everybody should attend the next Everybody should boost for VALLEY GAZETTE EDITOR ? marled. The very fact that the cattlemen (
meeting. :_ do not carry on any farm period of eight weeks in the public school building. Mrs. Bryan (
the Osceola Truck and Fruit .
.35 County Growers'association. s ? 44 ? i ? { ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? tions and do not have any silos opera-I will take the high school work and I shall take all pupils below high ,
3 Fair Rates and Fair Prices (or Florida. Products." should be the new slo cribs is sufficient evidence to
school
Ir gan. Every farmer, from the smallest grower to the"largest trucker and every CATTLE GROWERS. ATTENTION: that the cattle raised in Qsoeola coun- :
''t business man be he big or small should join and battle for this ideal. HERE ARE SOME GOOD IDEAS ty are not fit for a first class market Rates.

'e Get together and stay together. Altoona, Pa.. June 19, 1914. and will not sell at profitable pricesfor One subject ___________ ___ _ _ _ _ _ __$1.00 per week
meat. A northerner
Editor Valley Gazette, south is impressed with the going fact to thatit the Two to four subjects) ____________ __ __ _ _ 1.25 per week
Kissimmee, Fla. More than. four __ __ __ _ _ 1.50 week
'" SAVE THE LITTLE BOYS AND GIRLS. is so hard to get good meat in the subjects u or- u per
Dear Sir The of
: department agriculture south. The hams and beefsteaks 'are
The Lord helps those who help themselves. has been making special efforts dry and tough. You cannot expect to All tuition must. be paid weekly in advance.
to bring about the eradication of
raise the of meat which sells
i Bt it ii not to be expected that those who deliberately transgress the laws cattle ticks, and has pointed out thereat at high prices quality by turning cattle and ALBINA SMITH.
of Nature, either through ignorance or wilfully, are likely to escape the 'conaequences. increase in value of live stockin hogs out on the range and taking them
: counties where tick has been off the range and butchering them.
eradicated. In the light of this _
great The farmers must develop an entirely I -- ------ -
Mothers allow their young children to play'in. the crowded street and blame h' r
I increase in the value of cattle and the industry than that of
;5 the automobile driver for the sad result that calls for a little white casket. consequent stimulus to the cattle industry 'raising separate live stock en the ranges simply, before -
Men and women trifle with or neglect their sanitary surroundigns and their I would like to suggest through I your suggestion of developing a
s) friends lament the untimely and premature ending of a useful career. The your paper that the county commissioners home market for the meat that is rais-

'* fault ii not with our stars 'but with ourselves, that we are sickly underlings ject of can assisting be interviewed in the establishmentof on the sub- ed successfully.With in the county. can be carried'out ANNUAL EXCURSION '

and that we do not live out the years we think we are entitled to. dipping vats at different points in so many things in its favor, -
It has taken many years of sad experience to teach us the danger attending the county, where the cattle of differ- we see no reason why Osceola county ,
the promiscuous use of firearms and fireworks on or about the Fourth ol ent owners could be treated for the cannot develop the meat business to a .

r July, and even yet only a few of us have a sufficiently vivid realization ol tick mendations in accordance of the department with the of recom-agri- not very make great the profit mistake to the of county thinking, but thfff do JULY 2 -

.theM danger to consistently avoid them. The nation-wide call for a "safe and culture. It appears to me that if half range cattle make prime beegsteaks.
,...ne.' celebration of that day hat I lessened the old-time harvest of death but itham a dozen locations were selected at As long as the cattle of the countyare TO
: which dipping vats could be installed with ticks and
. "stopped it-not'yet. infested! as lonjf) as
f that would be accessible to 'cattle
.The two principal classes of sufferers horn these patriotic excesses are the within a radius of ten or fifteen miles men the fine cattle condition and hogs for slaughtering are not put; ,'the into SAVANNAH $ CHARLESTON $9.50Atlantic
'' small boy;'ringing in years from ten of' twelve up to forty and fifty, and the and if thes vats were constructed in price of cattle and hogs will continue ; ,
st "innocent bystanders.:* 'The first of these i i. the aggressor and.the one that such a wax' that'tha expense would be at.about half what the same animals AND RETURN FROM
has made the divided between the cattle owners and ''woJld sell for if in condi-
Fourth
dangerous. The second can't help' himself. For the put prime i.
the commissioners the
county' '
county
F first it ii hardly fair to call these happenings accidental, for every boy knows to' pay half the expense, for instance, I tion. Yours,truly.W. fIAHMAN'?. -Via- 4
the risk and dares it because he honestly believes he is smart enough'to escape and the balance to be paid by the cat- 6_
damage It would almost 'appear that the real accident occurs when nothing tle owners in the district in proportion 'FIGURE; OK SPEECH. Coast LineTickets
and to the amount of cattle each one ,;
happens no one is hurt.It ;
owns, it ought to be possible to bring "Now, Tommv" said the teacher,
is likely that so long as fireworks are manufactured and so long as the about thecomplete eradication of the "what is a simile?" an Sale July 2nd, Final Limit to Return July 14th
-V.d+ mall boy can financethe situation he will continue to blow off a few fingers, cattle tick in the county. Tommy hesitated visibly. -I-I Tickets will be good op\ regular trains going and ..
fill his skin with powder and maim the innocent bystander for many Fourths You have spoken recently in favorof fergit now,' 'he finally answered. returningFor
:. to And the situation the establishment of stock yards "But if you said, 'My hours at schoolare t
com _so as seems inevitable, it is well to be preparedin information or Pullman reservation call on nearest Atlantic Coast
sunshine ? what
bright as
and abiatoirs in Kissimmee, but I / figureof
advance to render lint .aid to the injured or at least to know in advance think such- plan would not be wise speech would that be ?" Line Agent, or W. C. GILBERT, Ticket Agent, Kissimmee; J. G. KIRKI I i
what to do when such accidents come. until farmers in your county are will- "Irony," replied Tommy.-Ladies' LAND, D.P.A., Tampa Fla.; Y. R. BEAZLEY, T.P.A., Tampa, J..... '
The burns and deeper wounds caused'by exploding fireworks are likely to ing to go to greater pains to put on Home Journal. t
produce tetanus, resulting, in its final development in lockjaw. The horrors the market cattle fit for butchering.; - -----.0.
While it 1 is true that Osccola county New York has more bachelor girls
w of death from this cause are similar to those of rabies, wherein the
ei patient is has shipped out thousands of heads of than any. other city in the United
conscious to the end. suffering excruciating agony. '' I cattle, I think you will find that these States.
Tetanus usually develops in from six to eight days after injury. Following cattle have been Rent' out for two rea- r{ ___ _this the disease speeds rapidly its conclusion and the time for treatment i '! KOTTfirst, to be used as breeding Everybody is coming to Kissimmee BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES
1---f tetanus has the chance lo( TeveTdrx The daiigei"as "in the delav infe' ii i- -stock jyo. wetern ranches where the : Dollar Bay July 11.! _Are you!
--
.w. .. getting treatment "preventive" treatment. .. ------ --- --- -- - - --
:ri The only reasonably certain known is the
preventive anti-tetanic serum HO -:-:-'r7L5
:.r: '" use of which has so largely reduced: the development of tetanus that its failure .

',i is the exception. Its administration requires the services of the physician, but t Yellow Pine
4 every doctor in these day is prepared to'give this treatment. I The Favorite Store of KissimmeeI I f 1"

4s The danger from such burns is too serious to be trifled with. While the

injury may -not at first appear dangerous the chances for inefction are too I .
, many to risk. No sensible man. who is not prepared to'die will gamble with ; How About'a Hand- -

his life, with the chances ten to one against him. when availble medical treatment Pocket Knife \ -w
some
EVERYTHINGTOBUILDYOURHOUSE
wil lihcrease those chances tout least -
a hundred to one for rec very.
Therefore, if your patriotism leads yo uto disastrous! and unexpected hap- for Brother, Father = '
penings go to the doctor and go quick.
4 or Son ?


A SELECTING THE BREED, OF SHEEP. We have just received a big N. 1 A ,I i-l

Farmers who contemplate the raising of sheep on their farms are urged to assortment .of Pocket Knives, .
; ', give considerable thought to the selection of a breed. In all. there are thirty Scissors, Pea Knives, Carvers, : -WE 'l

' breeds of improved sheep that have been brought to fixed types. Of these, etc. All makes, all styles, all O laUea. I HAVE IT : :

twelve are already well established in the United States and others are gaining Knives tad Scissor for ,"
t in popularity. Each has its own points of superiority and the farmer must be I We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of '1'-

r guided in his choice by the individual conditions. bearing in mind, however, everybody at year own price. I lumbera-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Doors, It?
the fact that 'any breed is superior to no breed. Sash, Shingles, Laths, Window and Door Frames Moulding \
,
Although it is hardly to I be expected that every farmer in a neighborhood of alll lands, Framing, dressed and
f" will select the same breed of sheep there are several advantages to be derived We also rough. Cypress Lumber. ;
v a from a number's doing so. For example, new rams can be purchased for the 15e to $2.50 Varnishes carry and a Glass.complete line of Brick Lime, Cement, PainU ,,

I common benefit when any individual owner might well hesitate at te'e' expense, We are able to to furnish you every l
( ,' and if the lambs are ready in large numbers for market at the same time they thing for your house or your barn, from ground to roof. '

,* jptay be shipped cheaply by the carload or the buyers may find it worth their jI

\ .while'to; come.,after them. Come and See '''Them
;-4 In'selecting a breed it should be remembered that
4 no system of sheep farm
.5 r' S fy,"ring i( qe' likely to,, he| long successful which leaves out of account either wool or I L I. Send for Free Estimate I.

: muttoni.4'On: ; .orthe"other.' however, may well be emphasized according: to WE ALSO HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUSEHOLD HARD- !i
-.4-: .1.f.J l9Ci (opLt'ih JTkuf if pasturage '. sparse. feed expensive and marketing
arrangements poor wiHnaturally be the tint consideration' On the other WARE OF EVERY SORT. AND TOOLS OF ALL KINDS. OUR We will be ,

ffv'S hand ",here.,condition. are more favorable a.breed will be selected for its PRESENT COLLECTION COMPRISES ALL THAT"HOUSEKEEPER glad to give you Prices and Estimate FREE.. ;
:
:\ mutton qualities* Even then however there is a wide latitude of choice. *" Contractors Estimates on house bills receive ;

., In order, to assist the farmer in this choice the United States* Department OR MECHANIC COULD NEED IN THE.LINE,OF.HARDWARE. prompt aUeatiott-;

.of gTicuJture.Jiai%just publis ed in armers' Bulletin X16.."Breeds of.Sheep 1: '
V: ;'lot the Farm!? descriptions: and photographs or the prwctpaT:Dreeds together #

t .'t. I with; the addresses of the secretaries various' breeding' associations,' from : IardCu YelloiFine ll : LurnbeL-Co !

J ? :, additional! information,can be- obtained. These bread maybe .divided. aOts.ceola :nr a.n y
the \ I' ....- l' _'l'. ,, .,
middle .
wool. fine wooL '
.' into thror'm.in. group* the long-wool, and the : .\" 'DI. .. ".I :, to. I 'r.I ",

::1'.,,"for ii<"..". OL'Allr 1oj".z the"middle... :.'-wool: ;'i>reedrhave> ... bh6'-devtlop6d', zi.;\' ] '...5ftigarilyfor. "' ;mutton,I J .. .. ,0000". . '". it...ill -. .., ... . .. ... ......._.... .,,... .. .... -)l I, ...i'-.."...I.,.-.,..-,..",. .,0of t,< :.-<'1.1o'u.,. IrIlOne=------rr"-lft 'i' .-,' ."'unmro.,- r.-. -.,:'.:-......r dv_.\_,. t""_-
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, Enlar ing-Sth-ool HouseMateria Southern Part il j Union CenterMr. II I, BEING ERADICATED III II Campbell .11 I[ PROMPTLY DISAPPEAR' ,4r .


of Osceola County : and Mrs. Lawson, Jannette and Since the nice rain everything j _
was put on the ground early Dick spent a pleasant afternoon at the I looks nice and refreshing c ronic
this w k for enlargement of the I A. D. Story home Sunday. Washington, D. Eradication of Rev. ,E. D. Milton was in this city I I Crip-ppofftsresi;
buidling n Church street, which Inn.1'-Rex is still at this noted resort -j The friends of Mr. Henry Clay will I the cattle tick has resulted in a strong Tuesday arranging- for the baptism rind Relief After Few Do*** I a
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I houses the primary grades of the pub- unlimited control enables him to be glad to learn that he is recovering impetus being: !given to the cattle and which will take place Sunday mornIng -.I 1 I of New Remedy are
r ]lie school Last "session, the school take every advantage that'gentle | from his recent illness '"dairy i industries, according to officials I at 10 o'clock, June 28. at Shingle i Taken ,
! outgrew i it quarters and in order to breezes offer, let the wind come from ,, The Misses Blanche Lawson, Ruth .of the department of ''agriculture. Tt.isI Creek, in Mr. O'Berry's pasture. 'I a
. the north, south, east or west, a sleeping : It I Is needless to suffer/ any lout
prepare f< an increased attendance Harvey, Jannette Lawson, Edna Harvey I conclusion was reached as the resultof I I Misses Ruby Prevail and Cecil with
at the nex{ session the school board apartment can be found to face ;i Nellie, Barber, Evelyn Smith and a study of replies receivedfrom Hanson of Kissimmee were visiting:I rheumatism, and be all crippled
has contra ted for the building of an any of these conditions, and his of-I Messrs. Claude and Ben Barber, Dick over o.ic thousand stockmen and. farmers Miss Ernestine Brown Sunday morn I up and bent out of shape .itllIta, 2
These lice has windows which open towardsthe Lawson and Everett Smith enter- in heart-wrenching pains, when. you caa
addition o two rooms. rooms / were eleven states I/ordering in the avoid
surely itKheumatisra
Ing.The
will be large and airy and arrangedupon four. Meal time as a rule: finds tained Wednesday evening at the C. I I regard to the results of tick eradication party given at the home of Mrs. .
line that prevail in modem him -at the Manhattan, where his good H. Funk home. After games and mu- which has been in progress in the W. A. Bouroughs Saturday night was active comes from weak in- n'
buil The work of friends Colonel Lincoln and admirable sic, watermelons were served. south and southwest ; kidneys, that fail to filter from
school ings. enlarging since 1906. The i enjoyed by every one present. the
blood
ha already begun, so that the Fpouse, dispense the good things that Mr. Lester Alford of Kissimmee 1 states affected included Alabama, Arkansas i Lawrence Garrett-was a Kissimmee ter and uric, the acid poisonous waste mat-
entire build ng may be in readiness for delight the inner man. spent Sunday with Aaron Story. California, Geo'gia, Mississippi visitor Sunday.Mrs. rub on liniments) and it is useless to i
the opening of school early -in Sep- My predictions concerning the towns I I' Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee have returned North ami South Carolina, OklahoTa \ B. R. Fanett has opened a new remedies relieve or take ordinary t
to the This
in the southern part of the county are from Tampa, where they store of which the pain
tember.CLASSIFIED spenta I Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. grocery commun- only prolongs the
developing with) a rapidity which certainly -} misery and cant
few days visiting with their son Some replies expressed the increase in ity is very proud. possibly cure ,,,
looks favorable for future re- < George and wife. Miss Alien returned home you.
value of
conneiderable cattle since the tick eradica- Ruby The only to '\ i
suits. Kenangville has acquired Mr and Mrs. C. M. Smith attended I I tion began in percentage, but the majority Tuesday after a few days''vislt to her is to remove way the cure The rheumatism. .

of notoriety postal communication by assuming, for-theycharge 1 church in Kissimmee Sunday morn- were in monetary value per parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Acree. 'I Croxone came.does this because new discovery it 2-
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ing.The head The weighted average for the neutralizes and dissolves a
the mail carried all the poisonous 11
merly was .by
ADVERTISINGfive wagon I Ladies' Aid society will meet eleven tales was $9.76 per head. The NEGRO BLOWS WIFE AND t substances and uric acid
from St. Cloud to Whittier and from I. thai-
Kenansville but June Friday afternoon at the school house. average per cent of gain in tire: j jweight PARAMOUR INTO THE AIR : lodge in the joints and muscles to
thence to since
Quarterly meeting will be held Saturday '
of
,: cattle subsequent to tick scratch and irritate and .
rbctt
1 the mails conveyed to Kenans cause 1 t
are night anda communion service eradication for the entire ter.-it"rv 'Nichols Fla.-John Black, the colored I
mstiirn and cleans out and s
Cents Per Line ville by rail and from their to Whit- strengthens
is Sunday morning. It is the duty of
IP.14. Far
wa more flattering were man who shot his wife and Israel the stopped-up, inactive kidneys '
.*. Each Insertion... tier by little mail wagon. mile The distance and this is every Christian: in the community to ,. replies concerning the increase in Goodwin when he found them togetherat so they can- filter all the poisons from ,
: but over a mail commemorate our Lcrd'death whenever -- quality of cattle since tick Eradication, his home between this place and the blood and drive it on and out of ;
classic receives
that town
WANTED-To borrow $200 for one means instead of other possible. Dr. Macklin will preach i the average of the eleven states being I Mulberry Friday night, taking to the I tt 'system. _x
7 year at 10 per cent. Can give good every heretofore.day It is every that day, both morning and evening.A i 1 26.91 per cent., which shows, officials I woods and evading arrest after the 1 Croxone is the most wonderful '
as expected erelong number of the young folks called that cattle in the tick free thehouse Sun- medicine
returned
to
security to go on note with me. say sec- shooting, ever made for curing chronic : -
these localities will unite,
f I Address "M," care of Gaielte. 24-Jt and then formidable two town will be es- at the C. M. Smith home Sunday aft- 1 tions are now one-fourth better in day morning and completed his workof rheumatism kidney- troubles, and I,
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ernoon. grade or quality than under quarantine vengeance by blowing the pair and bladder disorders You will find it
will have boost
FOR RENT. tablished which all to The Lawson, Harvey, 'Story and i conditions. The average losses'' the house ;into the air with dynamite. different from all other remedies..
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FOR RENT-Two acres, best truck while watching it grow. There I Smith families "enjoyed" a bee tree caused by Texas fever before tick Black believed to have stolen his There is nothing else on earth like it. '
about 600 and
_jf land and good four-room house, in- a population of in. cutting Friday night. Did they get i eradication began for the eleven states dynamite from the phosphate com It matters not how old you are.or, ?n 1
side city limits. new settlers are constantly moving i stung? Well, we rather think so- were 13 per cent, or slightly over pany late Saturday night, then to have how long you have suffered, it is 1
E. E. Wells, real estate and in- The F. E. C., while it materialy.bene-! but not by the bees. I one-eighth of the total cattle. The slipped over'to his old home where the practically impossible to take it into
surance, 203 Broadway. fits the lower part of the county, injures 'I annual loss frpm deaths alone caused wounded negro and the woman were the human system without results..
| your city, as it changes the When in Need of a I by the fever was approximately a4a ylng. You will find relief from the first few ,
FOR RENT-An eight-room house channel of a great deael of very VETERINARY SURGEONCall $34,000,000. T The-man and woman and the house .so.e.ar- and you will surprised how;' '

for $10 per month; also an eight- able trade. desir-I I For were blown to small bits by the force quickly all your, misery and nfieriac ,.
room house, furnished, at $12.50 per Weather conditions A. F. RICHMOND Ninety-five per cent. of the replies of the explosion and the man must will end.' /
month. E. E. Wells, Real Estate and county are reported '. Loughman Road reported substantial increase iri the have used; a Quantity of dynamite to An original package( of Ctooni;
Insurance, 203 Broadway. somewhat severe drought marked early Phone 121-3 Kissimmee, Fla. yield of milk. wreck the cabin in the way he did. costs but a trifle at any fir.t.cIaJadraC
June, but since that wholesome r
store. All druggist are, an*
FOR RENT One good storeroom rains have modified the temperatureand the-rued to sell it on a positive money i?
and warehouse, cheap.. Apply to aided the growing crop. In the back-guarantee/ Three:doses a da*!
i R. S Floyd. tf Bull Creek country the cattle can always form few' days Js '.often all that u

I find an abundance of water in . The PlqceWKere; Your Dimes'Last Like Dollars ever needed to cure the: worst back s
DWELLINGS for rent, opply'to.M: that noted stream and the range for : ache or overcome disorder
,urinary !,,
s Tiller. both hogs and cattle is good the year u r "
'round. The railroad 1s beyond
hew '

FOB store RENT building OR on SALE Brack-St.Two-, North toT'1 Fort I/rum and while no regular been estab-passenger 1 '1', Bargains] Bargains! Bargains.. !
has
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Stanford 29-tf The Limit .hlt Dollar Day,.July,11.
Kiasimmee.. H. C. lished there, it is expected that ere $ Store t<

! many days the connection will be com- !: ..
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: Let_ Me Fix Up some meeites move to connect would be with made the by F.Kissim-E. C: You can make Your Dimes, Quarters and Dollars go farther-buy more---at the

The advantage that would be derived S LIMIT STORE than any other store in Kissimmee. We offer"-six days in $ $ $ $ $. i iSaved

Place thisSummer from this connection would so far exceed every week-values that no other store ever attempts to approach.
Your
the cost that reason would call .
on our leading men to act in the mat- by purchasing a t

ter. Hundreds of those who have Speaking from our Knowledge .of the Values of the Article here offered we .beHere
are Home
hitherto traded in this city now Select
using! Jacksonville as>a source of supplies they are absolutely the biggest bargains ever offered in the city. Bat we will Choice
Farm
and most of them would returnto I let it to your own good bargain judgment-.whether or not they are sore enough bargain ;;

your city if proper transportation *. Come and see. That's all we ask. You don't have to bay unless we can skew Vacant Lot r
facIlities 'could be afforded. The ther- you "profit-sharing values." orAcreage-- *'
mometerthis morning la_in.the 90's, '
but it hardly seems possible that such Jrf'lJ
4 I am prepared to convert could be the case--the air continuesin Ready-to-Wear Department .

any area of land within a motion, it is;not sultry but just a Ask Mr. Summer*
heat the ther-
that raises
of ;
sort damp
t reasonable distance of Kis mometer but does hot seriously affect Everything in this department is all and more than rep- of the Elite Realty Parlor. COSPenneld '..

the people. Sunstroke U unknown and resented-honest in quality satisfying in service aid at a' street.' South Kissim
simmee, no. matter how nQ serious effect is felt from the heat- .
ed term. Rain universally relieves the price you can't duplicate anywhere else in this vicinity.Good mee.A a ti
rough or neglected into a _, situation and from present indications : choice 40 acres of citrus +'

and remunerative we will have rain before the day Serviceable Wash Dresses, all Children Wash Hats, also straws, at___25c land bordering on a beautiful \

productive passes. sizes and all colors, only________-__98c Men's and Boys' Hats Straw and Felts lake. A rare bargain.For .

condition. We had the pleasure of spending friend Extra Quality Shirt Waists, bargains at .t lOc to -________?__________$ ,_ -' rentnew o-room plastered

Jos.Sunday N. with Smith our, and time-honored his :admirable, 49c to ---______________________98c Men' Trousers good quality at______98c bungalow; Bowing wUj ,

I spouse. The fly-driving business is always Good Muslin PettkoU.; only__________49c Sandals -all Sizes 50c to___________- 8c large lot; suitable for a garden.

a part of our work. No fly is Good quality Gowns, bargain at 50c, 75c. 9Sc Men's Overalls 25c to_______________ Sc I f

Estimate and Plant when allowed the on repast Mrs. Smith's is Teady table that lady and Men's and Women's Stockings. lOc to__25c Ladies' White Canvas Oxford*________9Sc $ $ $ $ $ f Yy

FurnishedAlf. will request anyone present to help
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drive out the flies. When that good KITCHEN DEPARTMENT. {
1 ". lady gets through with her part of t Yr
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the cruisine you've got something that Here yon can find everything for your Kitchen-front c.. Openers te Reacting

pays you well for your trouble. Pan*-and everything priced at from 5 to '2S cents lower than at any other store in

Being something of a horticulturist, Ki... ......ee. Why not get acquainted with the'Department. Joe Welsh :
we visited the sweet-scented flower .
that lady's exclusive! prix t.
Law by
: W. garden ilege. There we found mountain moss, Dish Pans, tin and enameled, at lOc to 48c Roaster, enameled, at 25c to_________39e

peonas, lilies, red and striped, baby Cooking Pots, enameled, all sizes, at 2Sc Coffee Pots, some.enameled, at lOc to 35c

The Developer! of Modern. Model Farms lace, white pinks, rose geranium, cape to ---__________________________48c Big Drinking Goblets (six), only_______39c

Box 145, and jessamine"' red, !golden, comos belle, four, pink>o'clock vine, ,yellow Mex- Skillets, all sizes, at lOc to____________25c Stone Tea Pots at 25c to_____________35e ,

ican morning glory, kiss-me-quick everlasting
Fla. and Japanese sunflower. You Hardware Department
JCissimmee, .
can very easily imagine that a grand .

flower garden this combination makes. Towel Racks, only _________________lOc Shelf Brackets (per pair), at__________lOc

O democratic rooster is at this point. Bread Knives, only ________.;________lOc Lemon, Squeezer, at -------________,lOc

He has in the yard about thirty wives Lamps; at 25c to___________________& Egg-beater*, at _________lOc
and 236 children and grandchildren ------------ .
I'.W.B: : and yet with all that combination, he Tack Pullen, at __________________lOc Picnic Plate ((25 in package), at______10e .....

BJBHEIT still enjoys minnows and tadpoles Chair Seats at ____________________lOc Small Handsaw at _'-----_.________IQc

As the warm weather carries withit Fearing Knives, at __________________ Sc Kitchen Sandstone, at ,__ .________,10e

a certain amount of. cracker, laziness Two-foot Rules at ______________.__lOc Screwdriver, at .________lOc "
will halt. REX. --------- .
fire, Life, Health aid Accident j *' Hinges (per pair), at_____.__.____._lOc Rubber Heels (per pair), at____?___.lOc J Y"

NOTICE.; Osceo'a ,Can Openers, at i,_-+10c. Potato.'Grader, at ?-.---__.____-_19e : t, >
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Saccesserto ,J.14< vrf:! will meet on the 8th day olJ'ulYt A. D. bkwded'weWt Siei Paj-8.n1ea44; _.
s I : 1914, in regular session, at which time fend to the paUte.":Breeding pit fstr. 3
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T THIS MEANS THAT MANY ARTICLES WILL BE SOLD AT LESS THAN COST. SPRING AND '

SUMMER MERCHANDISE IfJ 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
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SELLS FOR REGULARLY IN KISSIMMEE. EVERYTHING IS CUT---EVERYTHING MUST GO. -

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We Are Going to Prepare for You More Liberally Than Ever Before. Every Article on This Page will

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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LawnsHundreds We carry Ladies' Ready-Made BEDSPREADS SHEETS BLANKETSAND 3.50 grade now __________ z.ss
Dry Goods Dresses that sell at $1.00 to $14.50. PILLOWCASES ALL TO BE 3.00 grade now __________ US
of yards of figured Lawns Now we are going to let you DEDUCT SOLD AT 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.LADIES' Other Brands
Dress Goods will,be sacrificed to you just as if they 25% off that price whatever it maybe 2.50 grade now I.M
UNDERWEAR-In this ----------
were nqt in season. Now is the timeto and take the Dress. Department have 1.50 grade now __________ 1.20 :t-
\' wear Lawns, and NOW is the timeto we an ExceptionalLine
and Ladies'
BUY. \2y2c\ Lawns, both figured LacesWe of. Silk and Embroidered Drop Ladies' ShoesQueen
Skirts. Also that made of
some are
\ and striped to sell at. y.rd9c
per arrive that
ReadytowearDepartment All IOc'Lawns will go at_________7c Our now Store in which at Department Girl cheaper materials. These Skirts must Quality-
of orgrownup
every Regardless of Price.
go. $4.00 grade .
Do not Mis this Opportunity now $ 2g
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h Woman will naturally be in- '3.50 grade-eo r_______-_to 2J85 __ .
,. Table Linen terested.Valiencennes.. 3.00 grade: now __________ yyy
el ,I" I $1.00 grade i.,:....*.;,._.------ 74c all the Laces will. Shadow.be reduced and to in Zero fact "Gentlemen'sFurnishings, 2.50-grade now __________ 1.90 ';
'. .\tPJrJ.:' "1 .55 grade ________-________ 40c Also a $130 Shoe /or._,._ 1.20 V t
', GinghamsLargest
( } A : / P" Some Pretty White Button. .
Prices.Embroidery .Oxford ,
dm Curtains :
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....'l. .-\. stock in town. ,; : and Pumps are included in this loL'Seeour
'I.'I2j!/c Gingham, thi .ale.911ae> Most:Exceptional Value* will be Off Embroidery-Edge and Insertion and and Shoesand Special Bargain CountersChildren's
.1 j I lOc Gingham, thi sale_____-- 8c fered in this Department at Half Price. All-Over-will be handed over the sacrifice *
All Calico this sale.____ 5c ShoesBuster
4VeC to counter almost at the Price You
CretonFloral Ladies' and
Suggest. _
'.... Percales Design. lOc grade now____ 7Va Ladies' NeckwearLadies' Children's ShoesMen's Resolved Brown that we, are going to
l2J/jC Percales, many patterns Other grades reduced in the same sell to the Little Boys and Girls some
: now lOc' I proportion. Neckwear: Collar;Jabots, Shoes that are not only CHEAPER but
etc., made of Lace Embroidery. SuitsMEN'S far better than anything they have
Galatea I Bleaching Pique. Ratine. All some Bulgarian ef- Over had before:"
Regular 36 in., that originally sold fects. SUITS-We the be.tgrade
wq, This is the best.cloth for Children's at I2J/2C! will go for________ lOc Waists of Ready-Made caret Clothing for Men's Hats
Romper* and Play, Suits. Regular 36 in. good grade for !lOc find.
Men that These made 25 Ditcount.
** Regular IBc To go.at_______-_ 13c will go at this tale at_________7VaC Waists at ___________________ 39c by Schloss we Bros.can Co. of Baltimor are ,-and $3.00 % __ .
h1 Waists at __________________? 59c have won the distinction throughoutthe Also grade now others---------- $2Jt5
: Silks Unbleached Domestic Waists at ___________________ 79c whole United States of being called for many a price that that will we can sell to. ,
.. you simply surprice -
Cut-Slaahed-Sacriliced. with not 36 in. wide best grade. All will. i the CLOTHES BEAUTIFUL. We are you. ..4,>
Skirts
a piece reserved! go at, per yard----------: 71f2c going to include tome of these Beau-
$1.00 MessaJine.-this sale _______ 74e Second quality but good will go Ratine.' Linen.'Linene. Lique and ties in this Great Sacrifice Sale and Silk Sox '
i .50 Silks this tale 35e for per yard__,..___________ 7e JPercale. 25% discount on these. : sell you one Suit as Cheap as we Could -t.
,,w Big lot of $1.00 Silik as low as 69c, We will sell ais pool of OC at Sc Buy It by taking more than a hundredat Holepropf 75c guaranteed________ Silk'| Sox '
and we lose yard thread oc Hosiery ,. one time. r grade --______ 4j>cAll
on silk for
tj everey cotton
pr 25s sellers will for_______ lIe
SPECIAL-:We have lot of Hosierythat go _
Hundred and hundred of yards of a Shoes
SoisetteAbout Beautifully Figured Curtain Goods we are going to cell for FIVE Men's Men's Shirts
with Tan or Cream Background and CENTS A PAIR. Also are offering Hantfn '
ten bolls, all of which have figured in Browa.ad Green 5c yard. our 50c grade of Ladies' Hosieryfor 6.00' grade ________ $4.50 $I 1.50 Special beautiful l \
N now patterns.all ,
been white.cut. Colors All of: this Blue.in Pink. Creamand and up to 25c. Never before has such _________________________ 3geLadies" Florsheim to go at'-------________$1.10I.OOrBest
this tale _regular 25c an offer been'made Silk Hole-proof. $1.00 $5.00 grade now __________ 425 $ Dollar Shirt in town .
19c _______________ 79e
Babies' Cap.-THIS SALE-10.. grade now W.'L- Douglass for ________ -_ 79c
I SEE OUR WHITE_GOODS-Dimi 18, 33 and 49c. They are lace Daring this Sale w. are f iaf to 430 grade now ______..___ 3.85 75c Shirts to go at--------___-_ 5ei
i..1 :I .., ties Lawns Batiste,.etc., at a bargain. and embro dery. rive 12 dace Shirt Buttons for 5 cent 4.00)( grade now __________ 3.ZS i 50c Shirts to go at___ ________ 39e .
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;a STATE OFFERS LIST OF BOOKS( !New Citrus:" p Will Exceed I FLORIDAW: ANTS'


Column'. Forward I Crop of Last Year: by Million e ,I If


OPPORTUNITY FOR FARMERS, FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS" Says ft.. A- Marks Fla. Grower"From '
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,... FROM. THE FLORIDA.ADVANCING STATE' -, -- MORE,< ': HOMEMAKERS -. I i

.- ,all indications the next citrus years, and since Florida Is the only

; FOR ALL The a Progressive list of books Farmer which.it has recommends compiled - : Gulfport.-Pinellas estate, let con- fruit crop,'of :florida' wil lexceed the state in the Union which can rats the
grapefruit to perfection, this state will
to all who.are interested in tract to build 1,100 feet of seawall :a
agricultural mil1lion
subjects. Here is the list: water! .front and repair 238 .'feet Q : this always product.have a practical monopoly in I _
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wall damaged by light '.
Farm Conveniences. storms.\ A. Marks well known The rains which
a orange man are expected, and
{ Farm Grasses of the United States, C I from ,the west coast section of the which seem now to have begun
oyer
Either 1'O Capitalist Farm- by W. J. Spillman. Miami-Avey C. Smith (manager etate. the citrus belt, he says will cause a State Needs People More,
Fertilizers and Crops, by S.! L. Van Biscayne Navigation company) and Mr. Marks has been over a large good June bloom, and this will meana
I Slyke. others will build 'wlmming: pool, 150x part of the state and says the rain. pretty fair crop of late oranges and *
ert Merchant or Laborer The Principles of .Agriculture, by 40 feet, to be filled daily with salt water have started just in -time to prevent grapefruit next summer. Than It Needs Money r '

L. H. Bailey. pimped from ocean. .. 'I I the shedding of -fruit, which was Mr. Marks has been in the citrus
tJOVER Cereals of America, by T. "E. Hunt. e *
threatened and had. begun in some industry for many years and every
ii Soil Fertility and Permanent Agriculture Palatka.-Clyde Steamship of the state. becomes satisfied! g
5,000 INDUSTRIES EMPLOY. company parts year more and enthusiastic ,NO SECTION OF WORLD WHEREANotSSoPRODUCTIV
90OOO'PEOPLE ..Jjy C. JHockins.. x pier 36,_ _New'__York will .construct He- said he never saw the trees and oven _.the quality of fruit
rr;; NEARLY Soils, by E. W Hilgard.. wharf to extend forty feet over the young fruit look better f rth.t Florida puts on the tables of the ; o--- -
\:liG R A TOTAL PAYROLL OF Fertilizers, by E. B. Voorhees. river; contain two-story warehouse.J. time of year than it does now, and world. CLOSE TO MARKETS'" AND YET
.w"* 00,000 YEARLY.i Southern Garcteiwr's/ Practical E. Lucas is driving piles. that as there was the heaviest bloom One additional crop which Mr. SO CHEAP. -
''' Manual, >by.T S. Newman. the past winter that was ever knownin Marks believes will become profitablein -..-
Feeds and Feeding, by W. A. most parts of Florida, the trees can sections of the state t is '
: Ocala.-Ocala Gas Works, C. W. many In the twelve month from .March
W. A. McRae. Commissioner of s
(By Henry. aRord'to shed and still make He that in
Hunter let heavily peaches. says the lower I' *
contract Gas
'tom ,Agriculture., ) Study of Breeds, by Thos. Shaw. managere 15, 1913, to March 15, 1914, Florida,
Engineering company, Trenton, N. J., more fruit than was made last year. part of the state some of the finest
The population of Florida at the Southern Fiedl Crops, by J. F. to install gas purifiers!! in gas plant. "I have never'seen anything like the peaches he ever saw or-ta.ted. have liar undoubtedly made. greater prof-
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last Duggar.In number of coming Into been this and he is than in
census as taken by the United youhg groves grown year confident seas any year.
y States was 752,619, showing an in answer to an inquiry regardingthe St, Augustine. City is considering bearing, especially the grapefruit that In- the northern and west- nI the first place, Florida and
grew
crease best works on co-operation Mr. and the of this delight- of the state there will
( over that of 1900 of about 42 groves crop ern parts be
installation of marketed in that twelve
>" per cent. Its area in square miles, J. Z. Green suggests the following: *water-softening. plant fully popular fruit will be the larg- found lands to grow peaches equal to months' perii
land surface, is 54,861. Area in wa- Industrial Co-operation" by Cather- Bradentown.-City voted bonds to est in the history of the state. Evenin if not surpassing the famous Elbertas od of time more citrus fruits
ter. 3,805 square miles. Total, 58,666. ine Webb. erect building for -department.. sections where her tefoPe- the- people ofthe--Georgia-aad Carolina.s'4Iona ny other twelve months'-perlod.. .Sha:!'!!.:<
the How to Co-operate, by Herbert My- have MUle attention to citrus of the fruit belt.
4 topography of Florida is different rick. Voted $10,000 additional bonds to con- paid produced and fold more winter v.getables -
1 in almost every respect from other fruits; there are being planted every "Florida l is in a fine\ condition for its
struct and maintain storm and than in
w southern states. It is*made up of sev- History of Co-operation, by George drain. sewers year acres of trees, which, in a few next big. crop of fruit," said Mr. any other twelvemonths' )
eral geological formations, and the Jacob Holyoake. e years will add much to the value of Marks, "and with conditions continu- period. She raised more corn. *
|.-i 1 voile differ quite as much in their variety History iof Co-operation. in Scotland, Tampa.-Clty will expend $207,000 the crops now going out of Florida." ing favorable, there will be thousands for more better hogs, more cattle'and cold them*, ...
than
Wml Maxwell prices In'a like
'? origin and capacity of produc by ,, Mr. Marks does not believe the out- of dollars more brought to the state period]
Rural Life Problems of the United (cost without mechanical equipment) in any part of her past, Millions
more
of will catch with next winter and than before ,
_ tiveness. The climate is that of the put grapefruit up spring ever -
to erect city hall and police headquarters in dollars in
States, by Sir.Horace Plunkett. cash have been brought
the demand for from the citrus
in the far south with variations growing many long industry.
tropics
Co-operation Among Farmers by ; buildings 75x92 feet, three into Florida in the past twelve month
ftfr to the temperature in the far __ __ __ ___ ,
Prof. John 'Lee Couher. stories, and 92x92 feet, eight stories; --- -- n - ----- --- - : than in any year previously. More
; .north and west. About all of the products The Progressive Farmer says that fire-proof; Barrett's specification roof; has been paid out for labor. More fcas -
.of the temperate zone, as well as in this list are only included the worksof elevator (Warren) to cost $8,000. II been paid out for transportation and
-those of the tropics,are grown in some recognized authorities, and the # more for supplies of various kinds dj
of the state, the soils of the II State'lmproving :
portion Farmer offers to aid its readers in Daytona.: -Central of Florida Street and Developing I than ever before. r s
indicated being
several sections herein
?d1 adapted to the in south production locations.of crops tioned.procuring any of the books here men railway i is of reported an extension to have from begun the.construction Hotel - twelve The state month.has period developed-from more March in the to .

usually grown Of course, every farmer should Clarenedon to the Nautilus casino. March than in any'.previou. '
;I II Aill Kinds of SoiL write the United States Departmentof ;Michael Scholtz is president. From every city and county in the tal are behind all of these colonization There have been built more year.good -
I The soils on which these products Agriculture, Washington, D. C., for state faithfully portrayed in the enterprising -' projects and now that the! fly by night roads; there have been more improvements -
ate grown va.ry from high pine sandy its monthly list of publications, which West Palm Beach.-Baile & Godwin, newspapers, come stories of land schemes apd mushroom methodsof of waterways; more farm And {
Miami, Fla., let contract to W. B. Savages improvement and development that extravagant advertising have been .
lo-vn lands to the heaviest clay in the is sent free. From this list may be selected grove development; more impresst t
r northern and western sections, andy such bulletins as are most need- Lemon City, ;Fla., to erect three are extremely enecouraging, especiallyto done away with, and the settlers are ment in live stock conditions-and
high and low hammock, also high pine ed. The publications of the Florida business buildings, 50x150 feet, 52x those who have been identified fora all shown before they bay, this meansa ; more acreage'planted torch production
and swamp lands in the central and state experiment station and state department 150 feet and 50x70 feet; ordinary con decade with the upbuilding of Flor- substantial growth and development I rus ,fruits,' to- .eeetablea.to general
n southern sections of the state. The of agriculture are also free struction; composition and iron roof; ida. for the state. farm product. The physical and financial
t, various kinds of these soils produce in for the asking and we urge our read- cost (without mechanical equipment), Here it l is a new water works, therea St. Lucie county has been peculiarly condition of Florida and her people I
( their respective localities the products ers to have their names placed on the $16,000. . new electric light plant, then, it is fortunate in the class of concerns that should be better today than. it ha*
r, grown in such climates.In regular mailing lists for all such pub-' e sewers, gas, sidewalks, paved streets have undertaken to develop large ever been ( ,.
the north and west the standard lications Issued.WHY Miami.-Dr. Chas. Webster- has good roads, canals, inlets, waterwaysand tracts in this county. The companies Florida has been' adversely adver f
Held crop are mostly produced the plans by John W. King Miami, for from every section comes the, have all been composed of substantialcapitalists tied and injured by..p pl.'Who have '"
? same a* in.the middle states. In the hotel in Fort Dallas Park, semi-fire- good news of new building., many of : and good business men, who not scrupled to injure her fair name -.
central portion vegetables and fruits, FARMING proof; six i. stories and basement; roof them very fine ones, that will compare have invested heavily anad proceeded for the furtherance their own ends. >h-.
Including citrus fruits, are also grown garden; steel sod concrete; 110x50 .favorably with the best sectionsin with the work of developing the lands Deception has been. practised'In-".U. .1 I
for commercial purposes. In the feet; about sixty rooms; shower or the country. i before, undertaking to sell them. Ing lands. But that is a thing of the
southern section the great majority of tub baths for everey room; two. eleva What does all this mean? It Weans Millions have been expended in past. The state is going ahead now

,citrus,fruits and produced commercial PAYS'INSTATE I tors. Cost about* 110 100000.e a greater Florida. It means that the drainage operations, road building, on a substantial basis., The I., '
purposes on the development of oneof, ,the most fertile clearing and planting and by next year quick proposition* have been eliminate
various kinds of soils. adapted to the Fort Myers.Peters Tonnolier'willerect states in the Union Is well startedon there j will be several thousands of i ed.,' Florida i* appealing to the people.
f purpose. two brick buildings for stores, 'a permanent basis that'will place, acres, under cultivation on ,these new of other state. because ache has something -* ,
1 Leguminous crop of all, kinds; as The farmer outside of Flor block apartments and offices' and concrete it itt a class by !itself and make, of it tracts. This kind of work brings set* substantial to offer. She ha in* .
,' tar as,they have been tried, succeeded average garage; former 40x150 feet and the garden spot of the,world., tiers without ,advertising and makes ducement for capital and labor and '
Ida income of
:well in every section of the state. All has "an average gross 40150 feet; two stories; plate-glass ;i of them permanent residents and .enthusiastic for enterprises.She.has million.. of '
-forage crops, which include the sorghums $980.55-from an average acreage _of fronts; latter 50x100? feet. Total cost,| The tourists and winter visitors who booetera.-Fort Pierce of = '
productiveland there
of the northern and middle 18, and after ho has paid the interest $25,000, News. has
been
# states, do well in an sections of Flor- on his l mortgage-and mortgages are by then come to Florida, are prone to I I never. a plowshare.

-,' ida wherever tried, thus insuring and somewhat frequent in other portions I Pothan.-City has plans by Morris make invidious comparisons. Say I ---- -- o i:; providing that live stock raising is a of the land-and his expense accountin & Morris, 525 Atlanta National: Bank California is mqre beautiful but thatis.
successful industry in every portion : tilling his l land, he has left $537.5C building, Atlanta for city hall and only because it has had time for I
of Florida. Live stock and poultry on which he must live, educate his theater building; three stories; brick. development. It is an old settled .
-. raising are successfully carried on in family and enjoy life. This is the Cost, $40,000.Rockmart.J.. state, while Florida is comparativelynew. l s, :f
everey county in the state, with the status of the aforesaid farmer, not -
possible exception of Monroe county, ) living in Florida, according to government T. Thompson is re- The big land movement in Florida
the most southerly in the state figures, the aforesaid average ported to erect moving picture theater only began six years ago adn since I
Large Pay-Roll. farmer having an investment of that time millions 'Uf.acres have wen
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The principal minerals of Floridaare $6,443.: Pensacola -Pen! acola, Mobile and drained and impro\!:edland: are now being -
phosphates, fuller's earth and But how different it is In this tvsction I I Orleans Railroad) company of which rapidly settled upon. Up'to that
v kaolin. Florida is also one of the principal of the land. Here the farmer I j Ilenery McLaughlin of Penesacola is time it was a 1 maval stores producing states of I,I, does not have to till a farm of 13H I president, is reported to have sold to souls who loved the climate and who
the Uruon. There are over a half I 1['acres, plaster it with mortgages, and I a New York syndicate a large block were making slow developments!
K thousand establishments producing I I' buy expensive machinery $3,000 i I oof bonds which will insure the com- 'against great ob'stacles and. with limo
turpentine and rosin in this state with threshing machines, and other utensils ,'"'pletion of the line to Mobile. ited means and facilities'! \ 1
'F' a'capital invested-of about $15,000,000 -in order to make a net earning of'' The development in ten years, from +
As a general manufacturing Mate, I IrtoridaWhile lees than $1,60 a day-a negro's I Sanford,-A mammoth new tourist 1910 to 1920, will show an increaseof r 6
r not equal to some in I wage lie gets a farm of ten acres or ] hotel will be built. in Sanford at an close to 1,000 per cent and when
1 proportifurpasses' many of the ]less, does most of the work himself early date. the next government census is taken
other states.; The number of manuf&cturing |I during a short season, and has a net I Florida will be well upon among the

: establishments is over 5,000, I[,income far in excess of the gross income Pl.'nsacola.-A small fortune ha leaders in the matter of products and --ix, { -, i r. Size, 2 ft. fl in. x 1 ft 3 in. x '1 f t. 7 in.
with a capital invested of some $75- of his northern cousin-and the | been sent from Penesacola to New even in population. i \f *r\ *
000,000. In these industries' there are Florida farmer has no mortgages, coal York to pay accrued interest en city Announcements are made almost r.v '
nearly 90,000 people employed at a I bills and other kindred ills to depletethe bonds, the total amounting to $!}/.OOO. every week by some of the state papers I
total wage of $42.000000. This includes fund for personal and family use j * I of new colonies being establishedin Have You Seen.i i
all kinds of manufactures. i I and enjoymnet I Il Miami.-The county board of in- various sections of the state and
.! - --- -- struction in Dade county have recently new settlers! comi.ig in by the score.
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: disposed of a bond issue of $150,000, and hundreds .this House in au'Window ?
I' reaelizing the sum of $157,800 there- Northern, eastern and foreign capi-

{ for or a premium of $7,800, whicn is
little better than 5 cent. in ad
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f Oliver's SuitatoriumThe vance. . GAINING IN PliqNES POPULARITY i I, Here is a chance to get a good dollhouse

Lakeland.-Some months ago 7ake for little child-cheap. This house'
your
land voted $50,000 for building one That the people of Florida believein ,

I. Place Where,You Get That "Royal Tailor" Look I i school new school property house generally and improving in the place.the established conversation by a seems report, just to be issued clearly by j I has been made by Bird & Son, the building -

This work is now well under way and the United Ctatef census bureau giv- .:' r'i'ii
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the people are all glad, they voted ing statistics of telephones i1t the various product people, marts of

: To Thoroughly Clean bonds. The states report for shows the year that 912.in Florida :;i \

W that there were 68,374,719 nv' .!.- ''
75e Fort'Myers.-The Elk in Fort My- year
Palm Beach Suit I ers have just purchased one of the sagesor talks!, over the telephone, of
I I prettiest lots in that city. It is the which 26,776,080 were over the .Bell i NEPONSETROOFINGS

I intention of the lodge:> to erect a fine lines, and 31,599,639 over all other I f f of\
+ We want you to understand just what we mean when we say to club house that will approximate in systems. In Florida the Bell, according '' .,

4 e thoroughly clean a suit. cost $35,000 or $40,000.. I to the report?,has 25,435 have miles 28-of I' BOARD
S wire, and all other systems WALL BUllDINGPAPERS

We don't roeanN -mere rubbing over with a little gasolene, which Crystal Springs.-Over $40,000 has 862 miles. The Bell hall all 13.5X7 other tele. ,
l been for the installation of phones in Florida and eye
pledged
r rubs the dirt m inc. ( UT- bur cbep.jeat -jeehanical pro- waterworks at Crystal Springs. tema have 18,879 telephones.: which in

ces. th}tat positin:::;:;::::::: ,Vore your j!: Enough volume will be provided that The report shows how rapidly the we carrij stock.

nit back to.t tt- :------.-:" cSJ: T"TSiWJ.3k\ the town. lot owners \lean have all the telephone growing Into general use '
--- '---- -- in Florida. In 1912.the average numher -
r, '(-.--------------- : ,r water they, need'S.acksonviUe..Arthur for irrigation.. : j|, of telephones in use in Florida .was \Ve\ : are selling!{ these liltle. houses (as.souvenir a ,
-,----- -------- Jones. W.wDA+ai. i 116 'per 1,000 population. There were : I"
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Mayer. M.t MacDuff is miles of.telephone wire Jn. the 1''
,16339 business
li, y Caseins, 11 reported, having plans- prepared 'fo, .t state. 8,269 phone* in use .and the 'of our ) fi-j the extremely :I ; ,

+ + t i2 : = fKBtasizlT" jr. building? '"** _1 on,Main 1101 t street.;ie' ,,.aix*toriea." that number year of was.18.906,002.aphona'alk4.. hi-Florida? ."w_. }ktVprice;:of two dpllars;. M iS&" : ? fun' : ;. $

I : : Ragan will erect re In 1901 the-statistics-for'the state
1tft eta .. Inforeeancrete: business building; wire a. follow rTel phon"- er.1ooo'' ,to.put ;ii tiip=ash llruJesend-you: : "one; ? -r .:::6f IT1

l et 't two stories.;. owgr floor for.stores:jip; popaUttoa.-27s.mUeaAf .wii> .S3,078; ; ., ;- '. ,,,- '//J U' \ ." r v .- _: ." ;.
t II ',., c''' per floor* partrnentM .: %V* *' number of,, telephones,,17,622; numberof i'' r'-16-r r :,: "tn t ]fir. Y.' 't r .-... "M,. .' I., : t ." Wr.r '
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H f ml.-,-Krllr-E.-c.--)( .A1u". _JTie tatistieor 18lZ are set forth : > :: UAJKA. .. ).

It U 4 P b"rr erect'' building' Thirteenth street; as, follows.t' TeUphone.;perthousand;; :i W. B." ,. "/'MAKINSON:: ,CO. .
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: .... bnstory at present} foundations.* to popoUtlon. .O/miles of'wire;;. 64 00; "' >
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r l te Walla;' Oxl20- feet. 'Ultimate I'. The;statistics'are lot.all. telephone ", ,' III, -'-'tA' .
t- .' rystenir operator;\ :in the,state.J "' .. "'.:J'J.
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I.atlon I.
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Ft All ___________________________________ 111 211 9681 Rolistlon Co.Colon-____ 2..47 All __ _-__mUnUUu__ 15 37 .4 (40 Southern CoColon;____- OS All -----________--____--_______.__----_ ]a 36 sa 110Southern Co.CltlonI.allon .___- II.. .*

+ __________ :It U It 611 Southern ColonA11 All ____ ______ __________ 19 37 34 680 SOI Isatlon Co; 19.41 Co..___ I....
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, e All ___.._. ____ C..nu 28.t7 -- -- All east 01 rlven_______________________ ]7 88 83 110 Southern "f
Isatlon Co.___ 1948 1..Uon .___
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___________________________ _______ f IS S4 ro06 Aou1h i:Colour= 27.68 All uuuuunnu_______ 23 87 34 (41 Southern Co Colon- 1948 All ___ _______________________________ 22 U 33 640 Southern laatlon: Co.ColonIsatlon .__:. 21.4' :i

kt 1 .4U _..____ ____________ _______ ____ 5 83 34 GO3 Aouthern, (ColonIzatlon o.__ _= 21.68 All __hhnUnnun__ 24 37 34 (42 'S.It; Co Colon-.____ 1941 All _____Uunuu_________.________' 24 a6 aa 640 Southern Co..L..o.Gtr, .. I'." 1 I

; _______ ____ 6 as 3616 Southern Colonkt All __ ___ ________ _______ 26 87 Isatlon Co.... 19.43J9 laatlon C 24,21 I
All ___ _______ _______.__ laatlon Co.-- 28.2a nunu 34 (42 SouthernIzatlon ColonCo All fr.ctlona1 __________00 ____________ 28 U a3 il82! Southern, ColonWtton : !
7 as It 627 .____ 41 CfI.____ IT.'!
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All 26 87
SOIUI'lel uunuunn 84 Southern Colon- All 27 36 3S ,40,
.4U __.0.0-------- .____ 23.69 fractional and nu.urveyed p..rl-___ Southern Colon-.It. ,

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'. S' 'olon.1."Uon Isatlon 1948 Co____ '1"1,
641 Southern
II aa 34 18.4,
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Co.1onfi liatlon 17.(8' I.a lion Cft._ __ '
481 Southern _
All .xe.pt NE14------__ -_"'-_---- Ie as 34 ,.tlon CO._ _ -_ 22.30I All east of river_______________________ 33. 37 34 520 Southern CoColon- un..urv.yed east ot river-----__ 8t6 33 4IJ5 Southern Colon 8.7a'All ,I I

_____ _______ 10 as at 1611 Shreave E24E P.u 7.8a All _ __ ____ _____ __ _ 35 '801 Isatlen Co_.__ aU9 '.nllon Co.____ 215s
I, -- _______ 00 ": 34 320 Auztln F. P.- _u UBINW'4 ___ __________ 37 34 648 Colon- All tr.cUonal.114 ua.urreyera Parl__ __ 35 86 3S 610 Southern Colonaal "
and W14 :.0------------------ H H 34 160 Southern Colon- 19.48 / love Co,____ I
l4 ___________-__________________ l.atloR ... 7.93SW SW'4 of NEK ___uuuunuu 2' 27 S3 W Sumner J. oF-& All tr.ctlonal ____________________ ___ 36 36 S3 6tO Southern Colon- -J
1'3 33 34 HO Soulh..rn Colon- I. M.uu______ 4.47 Isatlon Co.__ '
___ __________________________ J I8 of NEW leas SWU of NE'i ofNEK 2 37 83 3M :- ;
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14 as 24 Clark. C. W. _ 7.63 river __ .___ _ Colen1..lon. -
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__ RW14 of S __ __ ____ _______ 16 80 83 40 Montsdloca. J.__ 406 __ _:_ ____ 13 37 3S 296 Southern Colon
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38
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I ______ ____________- ____ -_ NWK of NEl , All .._ - CO. 29.48 All put ot rlvtr_______ ______ _____ ____ ColonIsatlon
18 aa a4 643 J3o.r : NFl of SWK _____ _____ __ ___ __ __ 31 30 33 120 Hunter H A... 6 95 Co 7. '
All ____--__--___________ _____-_--______ 1..Uon Co.ColonIt _ 294a All .___ --___-- ______--___-__________ -- 17 81 38 636 Southern Colon SE'4 .t NEYz------------------------- 3 28 32 IR Unkrrnwn ---00- ---- 1.0."$ ./

19 3S 667 Southern Colon- isation Co____ 28.47 All __ ________________________________ 5 80 82 640 Mluholland J. H. 18IT
____ __ ____ ___________ -_-__ All _ UhnuUununnu_ 19 81 38 688 Southern Colon 7 80 82 4120 MI' 'J.
All __-- -- 8844 .lcatlon Co__ 00 aO.68 All fractional ________ ___ ___________ J. H. 17.11
,, 20 3a 641 Colon- isation Co,____ 28.47 W\4.f, NW14ofNW14 ________________ 25 30 82 20 Unknown ----- ':.II
All ___"u.._.__---- -____ -e SOiUlhjrn C Y t.U All except EK of NWai----------.._n 21 11 S3 568 Southern ColenIsatlon SW% __ 27 SO at Uti : 'I'll - '
uunnnuuun
21 II at HI Sou Coion: Co____ 14.67 An __ __ ____ ___ a8 30 U 844 Bev.nr'R. FA.h- 18.11
All ..___.._____ __..___..______________ I laatlon ern Co. 29.48 All ._ ---_ ___ _-__ ____.____--__----nn 27 31 38 641 Southern Colon All _-.--__ -__-__-_-___--_-___-_-__.-.......___-..-_-__-_-__ IS 31 33 638 Southern; :
II aa 34 610 colon isation Co____ 28.47 l Cn.Colen._._
G All _____.._.._______.._ '______________ Southern Co.29.18- All ---_ _nun, __-________uu __!.._ 31 31 33 640 Southern Colon All ___ ___ ___ ________________--_-_-- 14 II S2 639 Southern Colon: lI.fT ,
U II It 644 isation Co __ 28.47 Co
Southern
.411 ________--___--__--_--_____--______ I..lion Co.29.11 Colon- All _. _- -__----___________________---- 31 31 33 639 Southern Colon- - All _- ___----_-------_--___--_____---- 16 81 33 619 SOIr Cohn---- 28.fT 'x,
,. II 34 321 Southern isation Co.. __ 28.47 1..lIon Co
_____ ____ __ ______ Colen- All _. ________ _____ ________ __ _ 36 31 33 649 Southern 16 3J 32 .10 ---- 18.fT
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1 820 Sor : isation CoSouthern .__ __ 28 47 I..tlon CO'n '
+ W14--------------------------3 I."tlon 1'0 N -n_ 16.11 All _ _ ___ __________________________ 1 32 31 648 Colon I ATI _ _______ __ _______ 17 31 82 .10 Southern Colon- II.T .
4 640 i isation CO'hh 28.47 Ia.llon I'
Co.____
All _______----n-----n---u-oon----- Izatlon rn Co CUj h n-. 2.48if All m _ __ _n____________ --u----_ 2 32 33 645 Southern Colon All - __ __- -____-_______--_--____--_-- 20 2J 32 610 Rnuth..rn Colon- 18.fT ;
.- 27 21a 84 t80 Bonthern Colon- isation Cf.___: 18.47 r I luUon Co.____ S.fT -+
I NE'4 and 8%________________ ______ liatlon Co.__ 22.aO All _ _ _ _________ ___________________ 3 32 33 640 Southern Colon All __ _ ___ -u--n----------u-u--- 21 31 S2 550 Southern ColonIsatlon .;
. '!' 2. a8 84 641 Southern isation' Co___. 28.47 Co.----
: _____________ __ Cohon21 All _ ____ ____ ________________ 4 32 33 634 22 21 1M' .
I{ $ as 34 611 Southern isation CoSauthern 18 47 Coh-n-
e./ .All _____00 ____________________________ ..1 on Colon't._ U 48 All except! NEKNEK _______________________ 5 32 33 467 Colonization All uuunuuunun_ 23 31 32 .640 Southern Col on- IUT \
'" SO 83 34 flU southern j1 : Co,__ 20,94AI1 1."llon
\ '4 AU ______________.____...._____________ lcatlon Co.__ __ ___ ________uuUUh_. 6 32 33 154 SchaafMcCannLand : 24 31 8Y 8as H Co.'I'.4T A. "
_ i-., U as 8680 Southern Culonto 80.68 : Co __ __ 7.10 All: ::::-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :fouu IUT

,. .4U ._._.00______.______________________ on CO..___- 81.27I" _________..- _____-__ ______-_-__- 6 32 38 682 Southern Colon Color7

r U as a4 Ul Qoulhern Coion isation Co,____ 28. An _._ _.... _____._____.._____ _____..
,P' All _.______.____________._____n______ lcatlon Co.____ 29.4S All _____u______________.:______________ 7 32 33 640 Southern Colon Co.__ U.4T r I""
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____ ______ All .____ ________________ ___ 8 32 S3 !
.,All _____n_______ ________ n u ____ ___ 639 Southern Colonization I.allon ("0.____ I..T
34 sa 34 U9 Southern Colon--- Ce____ 28.47 All --_ ____-____________--_________--__ 28 81 S2 660 Southern Colon- '
1 tc+ All ________00 ___________________"_ Isatlon CQ.__ ._ 29.48 All _nunu-------u. __ 9 32 S3 689 Southern Colonization ''nllon ('0.____ 14.4"'
Ii sa at uo southern Colonsa Co 28. All uuuu__-_____________________ 29 31 32 639 Roulh..rn Cp lon7
r -
________ All __ ___ _____ ______ 10 32 33 (40 Southern Colonization .
___ --
1 .All ______ v-------------- .atlon Co.___ 2'.48 u -- ---- -- -- Iegtlon < 11.41
36 lit UO Southern COlon- Co____ 28 47 All __ ___________ _____________-___ 32 31 32 640 Southern. ;fo Mi:
,.1 1+ ..4U ______________.:_n_______________ Izatlon CO..___ 29.n All. ________________________________n_ 11 32 S3 641 Southern Colonization .47'
1 lit :It 6U Southern C..lon- Co .__ 28.47 All ___ :_____ ____________ __ 33 31 92 619 Southern (ton28; 1
;. ..411 __________________________________ .a on Co.u__ 29 nIt All uuu_________ t________________ 12 32 33 642 Southern Colonization Iznllon (" 0 1".<<1'
I 34 a4 GSa Southern Colon- Co.__ _ 28.47 All __ _____________________--__ 24 31 32 610 Roulh..rn Polon-Uh
I'' .All __________________________u___-__ I All -__________________________________ 13 32 33 640 Southern Colon- --- --- .
,. __ _ .lIonCo.211... __ . 28..,
.... 35 31 Aouthern;
u u tiB. 8outh Colon- & .on0... ___ "..<, All _____ _____ __ 32 64jj Crolon-
I .All __ ____________ ______--__--______ laatlon rn Co.__ n." All _____-_h________________-_________ 14 32 33 641 Southern Colon- .
394 646 Southern Colonlcatlon ;: l.aUonCn Uh 28.47 All __ ___ __ ____ __ 86 31 32 640 Southern; Cel.n1 : 18.4r
_________ _______ All 15 32 33 639 Southern
.Al ____________u_ u Co.____ 29." unu-------- Colon- I Co.
h 5 34 866 6 Southern Colon. ization Co_ 28.47 All _.________________uu___________ 82 32 625 6oulhern Col"n 2.r
All ________-__---------..--..--------- C&__ 29.t8 All _____________________________._____ 16 32 38 au Southern Colon lutlon Co.____
: 6 U 34 70a solr Colon- ization Co__ 28.47 ,,411 -_______--__-____--___________---- 2 32 32 822 Southern Colon- 17'J:
All _-______________n_________________ Isatlon Co... 82.18A11 NW% of 8EK-\ __________--__--____--__ 17 33 33 220 Southern ColonCo
-7 U a4 604 Southern ColonIsatlon : ization ._ 14.61 All u___ ._____ _nuUnnu_ 11 iP S2 563 RoWher; Colon27.61
1 -------------------:------------- Co.__ 31.27 All __________________________________ 18 32 33 Bas Southern ColonCo Co.
8 U 9810 Southern Colon-u Izatlon .- 28.47 All ___u______________________________ t a2 32 825 Southern C oon. 24.13' ,
Iy All ;Y...-' --.---------------------- batlon Ce. 11..8 All _____-____________________________ 19 32 S3 (33 Southern Colon I..tlon Co.____ Jo
: I 14 84 6.0 Southern Colon. isation Co.- 28.4 7 All _______.___________________,_______ II a2'''a' U9 Southern Coo l le 1'1.'J: ry
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----
-
--
b.tlon _
Co._ .t
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All ..;;;..-?ye-. -......-..-....--... batlon Co.- 0 'I.atlon Co.____ "'" I.atlon '1
;, .' ;' ,. .' . 11 4 If e.o Southern Colon- I.. ... I All ...,....,...,....,..l.-........_ 21 12 II ..,, Southern Colon. All ___________-_____.___-_____________ 9 a-. a- 88' Southern7Cel.n Co. ._.. ,..Jt '
,L All .- .: .--r--- :----- -- baUonCO. . r . 'I..tlon Co.___.. "." 1."lIon r t'
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.A.U ; ;.:.----..--------- 2'u .Isatlon CoA 2847
: U E6E7 solt tern Colon- 29.4 8 All ?__.._____________________________ S3 641 Southern Colon All -n..pt W'S 01 SWy _________------ 11 32 It 554 Anuthern leatlon'Co.-: n.nAn
t Ail ______________________________n__ Isatlon liatlon Co -__ 21.47 Colonlaallnn ,
14 14 at 641 Southern Co.Colon;__.: 29.48 All _ _-_.____________: ________________ 24 32 33 639 Southern Colonization --___------__--___-'--__-.__. 12 32 32 642 Snuhern Cn.Colen___: 14.61 _
Co ____ 28.47
#' All----------------------------------- 334 GO Southern Isatlon C Colon l 29.48 All __ ____ _____________________________ 25 32 33 639 Southern Colon- NW'4 and N's ot SE14 -u----u--n--- 13 32 32 2411 Rnither: ri Colon. 18.47
All __ -00-------- Izatlon Co __ 28.47
n Isatlon . lantlnn '
y 11 U 344l Southern Co.Colon: 29.48 All -oouhnUnUnnn. ___ 26 32 33 640 Southern Colonization :; All __ _ _____________________ ___ It 32 32 647 Snuthtr C 0 nlo':;: 11.111 .
All :. ------00---- Co__ 28,47
-- ---- 17 U 3110 Southern Colon2948 i All --._ .-__ ___-________--_----____--__ 27 32 S3 639 Southern Colon; All I Pxcrpl: NE" and N'L of SE"--_ ___ 11 3' ,2 401 nUlh.rn IZI..lnn c1 :;: 28.4?
__ Izntlon (' _ ( '
I All ------------ uu I.Rllon Co.____ 000 2! 47 fr. Co ;
;ty ,, la a4 S4 680 Southern 29.48 AH -------------s.---------------------, 28 32 33 638 Southern Colonization An huunhnuu_______ 16 32 32 637 FnIualhr . : 18.O'
.411 ... ______ Colon 1 Co__ 28 47 rn C01nn
un
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't _1j' 1 ----- 18 U 9A11 / 071 Southern 1..I"on Co.Colon___ 31.27 \Vr,4, _____________ __ "V______ ______ 29 32 33 320 Southern Colonization An anal of river______________ _______ 17 32 32 179 Rnglher/xntlnn, 1 Cn Coion_ _:;: 28.47 :
.41'' __ ---------- Co 14.61
-- ------ --------- - fxntlrr.. '
1H 20 S4 34 f,40 Southern 1..llon Co.8e Colon 111I All except WMi, of SEK-\ ______________ 30 '32 33 553 Southern Colonization All Paat. of rlver____________ __________ 00 32 32 320 Rnuthrrn:; :,: : ( :;: 11.54
"r ____ ____ ___ Co 26 01 Coion
--- "
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_______----______--_--___--_--__--_ Colon- Izatlon Co H.88E'S n
'y 22 U lit 639 Southern liatbn I: Co.2.4.18: All except" W% of NWK and E% of E'* 32 32 33 40d Southern Colonization 00 Uhnunuuooun___ 22 32 32 f.42 ':, '; C0 _: 21.TIzatlon

ra All __-__n_________.______-_n -------- Coion Co_ -- 18.08 Colon.
21 1. at 641 Colon.;i 21! UAU ef ESl-_____________ _._ 32 31 33 160 Srhaaf-MrCann :o.s and S\\4 __--__--___-_____________ 23 U 32 478 Co _ u.n '
Southern Southern
__ ______ ______ __ _ Colon-
_______________--_ -- Land Co. 7.68
,...
tr i 2( 34 8G4D ISouthern 101 on Co. __ 00 29.48 All __ ____u_________ _________________ 33 32 3; 640 Southern Colonization An except 9F.Vi----------------------- 24 82 32 480 RO'r': Cn _ 21.11t J

All __-_____.J____--_______--_________ Colon- Co. .- 28.47 rrn Colon-
s"" 25 884 641 Southern 1..lIon Co _ 2948 I All _____n____________________________ 34 32 33 640 Southern Colonization All except S' of SW rk--------------- 25 32 32 561 Rnulhtrn ixntlon Co._.- unI
Colon- Co__ 28.47 Colon
All --------------------------------- .
y I' 14 34 610 1..lIon ( 0 ___ 29.48 All --u___--__----------__________-- 35 32 33 640 Southern Colonization 0 t SW" ---------,-- ___.___ ___ 2" .-,-, 32 80 Rhulp''zallon Co.__ __ 1501 "
s All ----------------------.----------- Soustahtleron Colon-" Co_ 28..47 AI __ ______ ___ ____ ________ 26 32 S2. 640 E' ]I' I'I ..
4 27 at a4 l ( 0 _On 2919 All ____ _______________________________ 36 82 33 639 Southern Colonization Snuthtrn COl n-
All 639 ioulh..rn Coioner Co__ 28.47 All _ ______.______________ 27 32 Southern ( '
---------------------------------- -- puun 32 642 Col6'21C'l2.7lsatlon
la at 8611 lulhatlon CO.__ 0. 29.48 All _____u__-----_____________________ 1 33 33 645 Southern Colonization .
f All'-____________+______________ ____ ern Colon- Co._ 29.1 gVSf.. or NE'4 andNW'4 end SE'4nn 2R 32 32DO : Co. _: u.., fIzatlon .
h 29 34 S4 1..Uon Co.____ 29.48 All ______________________________----_ 2 33 33 632 Southern Colonisation Roulhe rn Coo';: .
!4 .4U __________________________..___ 639 Southern Colon Co._ 21.48 All Paaf of river ot NE'4 of NEU .... 29 82 32 40 Cn' _: 1'.01
30 34 3661 1."llon 00.00 29.n All ___________________________________ 3 S3 33 637 Southern Colonization -- Rnutherp Coion;:
All----_______________________u______ Southern "olon- Co._- __ 29.48 F. t4 and SWr/r put ot rlver____________ 33 ,92 S2 479 s't Co._ ._- I." '
t 81 34 a. 1..llon Co n 29.48 All. except W4 of BE1! !: ( ______________ __ 4 83 38 C57 Southern Colonization Coion-
'.4U _.___________________________u____ 846 Southern Colon C025.8 All -------------___--_ 34 32 32 641 I.allon Co 1111.
a2 34 I.allon Co._ ._ 2'.48 All ________u_________________________ 5 33 33 638 Southern, Colon-- \. nuu Soulhprn Colon

7 Z' All _____________________________u____ a4 639 Southern Colon- .ization Co _--_ 29.48Southern All Uh __ _ ____ _ ____________ _________ 36 S2 32 641 Rol. : II.4T
a3 ,34 I.lon Co.____ 29.48 All hUU___________________-_____ 6 83 S3 687 Colonization t born Colonlcatlon :
S All ______________________n___________ a4 641 Southern'Colonlaatlon'Co. Co____ 19 48 All - P 36 32 32 641 Co.l1./T:
5 t a. .____ 19.48 All n_________________________________ T 38 38 636 Southern Colon- --u--h-u------n-u---u 9oulhtrn Celen;:
34 a. 640 Southern ColonU fiction Cn __ 19.48 All except E'S' ot NW ______ ___ I laatlon' _: II.4T
------------.------------- ------ 00 \,4 ______ 33 32 556 Cooi
: 34 I.atl.... Co. ____ 19.ta All___________________________________ 8 33 83 (39 Southern Colon Snuthtrn : 1 .
________:___________________n____ a5 3. 640 Southern ('olonJUI isation Co 19.48 All except: Nr4 of NE'4 2 33 32 548 Izallon Co.____ le9oulhtrn .. .
1..lIon CO.h__ 29.48 All ___________________________________ 9 33S3 sa 640 Southern Colonization ----------I"-u- : Calonlaallnn
f .. a. U 1610 Southern Colon.411 Co. __ 29.48 All _______________ Co : 1651
3
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6 i h' 29.48 All _u_____.t________________________ 10 sa (40 Southern Colon Southern C'olon-
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1..lIon Co.____ 29..' All ___________________________________ 11 S3 83 (41 Southern Colon- 598 Cole.:
All .: I 36 a. 8.11 southern Coion6oulhern isation Co 29. 1 and ___ _____ ___ "o 17.1.
---- -------- ------------ 48 _________ 5 33 32 Rolr
I.atlon Co.._:" 2'.8 All n_____________.__________________ 12 S3 33 (41 Southern Colon- 62 Colon-
', All /Jt II 34 641 Colon- Jzatlon CO _ All _____ __ .U
-------------------------------- > 2948Southern -- 00 h nuu __:______ 9 38 E2
1."lIon Co.____ 2'.48 All _____uu__________________________ 13 33 S3 (41 Colonization 610 Southern Col.-
.' 1':14j' 4 S6 a920 Southern 'Colon- Co .. _. 29.48 All __ _ ____ _________ .._. 1..8
--------------------------- ------ - --- - _____ __ 10 83 32 IoutzathleornCo.:
I.a.tlon ('..._..__ 15.11, AllAH ____________________:____________' ___ 14 33 S3 (40 Southern Colonization 840 S :
SS t'W : Ware.SoSouthern. \V_ 14.11 All ___ ___ ______________ Iatlon Co.. 29."
: Co.u 29 48 ____
-------- ------------------ : :: m _________ ]II I 33 32
'\ 'All --------..-----------------------.6 Colon- u___________._______________-_____ 16 S3S3 33 (40 Southern Colonization .- 611 Rnuthern. Colon-
J t 1 lsatlon Ctl-on 29.48 Co _h_ 2948 All except SW Ii _________ J2 83 32 Co.__ _- ......
'1, :All .-------------------------------- 6 II 34 .41 Southern : AllAH -__________________________________ 16 S3 (40S3 Southern Colon- --u-n-u---- 480 RnuIzatlon thern Coion-
laelthelonrn Co. ___ 19.48 Isatlon Co,_ 29 48 AII -- ---_ __ ____ ___ 13 83 tt IUOAII
:AJI _..__________________________1---- 7 II 14 .43 SOI Col on- ___________________________._-----_- 17 as (40 Southern Colon 32 689 SouthernCColon .
' lcatlon Co..._ 21.48 isation Co._ 2948S3 ---_ _____ ___ _____ ____ ___ J4 83 ColonH.11
All _________________________________ t II 8610 Southern Colon- AllAH 00 _________________________________ IS SSS3 640 Southern Colon- 32 611 Southern
; 19.48 isation Co_ 2948 All --_ -__--___;_______________________ 15 33 Icatlon Co.-___ u...
t *e .All _______________________________ 9 36 14 640 southern ( ion- _________________.__________________ 19 S3 (89 Southern Colon 32 610 Southern ColonI. -
w. Isatlon Co29./e isation Co.____ 1948 Lots 1. 5. 6. 10. 11____________________. J7 33 nation Co._.. n...
.All --.-------------------------- 10 a34 839 Southern Colon- AllAH _________u_____________________ 2* S3 18II (40 Southern Colonisation 3Y 193 Southern ColonSE :
I.atlon Co.____ IIn . Co.____ 248SS 14 01 NEJ..l and SE14 'YO I Co.____ 1.11
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---.-.-------------_------:- 11 $6 34 140 S.uthern ColonAU _________u_______________________ 21 CS9 Southern Colon- ------------ 81 317 outhsatlonern Coloag -
7yr I.atlon Co.u_ fLlt isation Co U All .allon Co.f.TB

;.us .___-----____________________ 11 II 14 14. Soutlwrn. Coln- "U ________n_____________________ 22SS S3S3 (40It Southern Colon- thern CololI-
II." isation Co.____ 1941 All lion Co.____ f//t
11 II 14 110 Southern ..Colon.AU All _______ ___ Cololl,9.o.i
1 . ...M------------- _----- ___ SI (40SS Southern Colon rn -
8 .4:: I..tlon Co.____ I...3 isation Co.____ 141 1:9.12W1E : ,
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Isatlon Co.2I.48, Lot I'. block p:----------.--.. I Nason. Mr.. 1".__, 1.11 Seminol.tand A"I: -------------f "_ .is
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east of river........._______ SI Ii 400 Southern --Colon. 1 and 4. block 84__________::_ 1. w.n.. 0.. W. __ 1.T' ift .fjf.i.t..r.i-i.i![ ? .' 11
Isatlon Co..... IS.T1 Lota I and.. block .C_______.____.__._ Ie i Bean./t. F, 7GL78 Lot *e '$ l"oate O. P _
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lit .:___.________.________________;r. 2II II leO Southern Colon. Lot 7. block 14____:____.__________ :0 I Derbyshire: Dr.-. Ll1W14 trot 111 -z-----------------, --r- sT SI SI .1 ray rf. 8._.... .!1
.', Isatlon*.-,.,.. ".n of lot 12. block 11----------ti.-_. .1$ Seminole ......nd.A: InrCo.'s Sub-dlv. of -la3f\. 6r

w. .. All'ey's .......vW.. .. 11w34' II 'II 11 Lot 14. block _.___...__.____.__ __ . l3lIAmbeekmmbeek P- '11.13 and aW1 bt NW1 &n4 -% of NW- ... .
\ .Lot. 11.._..___ _____..... __ I Mann. Mr.. A..90: Lot I. block 26---------------__-_____-__ 73i rbnhlr' C-11. K6--_ -____ I. Ii 11 ', ... ..,
''t .".Jnrell'.!. -DI.... W34 .t SF,% I" Si imt: I. block 26-------------------____ f raID:a ILr U. .._ h. Lot .1 -:....________--.______ -.s 1. .1.1 I B.mtaolLana

Let I __________._. 10 Unknown LSI .I..a Dral." Laad ...-. .. -9 Inr. On.-. A
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of 8W3.t of BED.--.__ '_________ 10 .6 11 16 Potter. Mr. O. R. 1.53 Lot. 10. U I'. block 1______.___-______ T Ru..U. A A-__ 1." Lot :::::::::::::::::::..:. :----: 'D : !1 I _- ..|f oJ, 1

$834! of BE" and W14--__.;._____________ 1 It .1 COO Southern Colon- Lot I. block 4------______- ,______ ,10 now. W. 1..____ 1.16 Lot I' __n_______________.._ .:_..-4/ a"1' '. Jaknowa IHI .I'AC $4
.: Isalton Co.___. 11.71 Lot. 4 and II, block Ict kU.I..It.. R.. B.__ I.U Lot 14 J. 2. .1 Unknown. [$
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'All .__._____.__.____?__. IS 14 It 640 Moody A Shipper- 29.18 Lot I: block ::::::=:::::::::::::::::: : 10 : n.-:= 1.16 'Lot 71._'_________________________ f1 II .1 I Flarln 3. ____._ ...

. A11 oast tir r:--_._..___. _.-._.. -. 11 14 It 614 Southern Colon .18 look 1-------- 16 McAdoo.S .-- 18$0 I Lot TS -- ----------,..--------- I' 11.1 Unknown Pr--- ,16
. :4'' isation Co.____ 28.28 Lot :lnd'a'I 13--------------------------- tCA..yt.\:. 1.71: Lots ;74.,87 :and 0_ ---..._ !'. ii it : -------3' f

y .All east of river_______________________ II .4 11 1170 Southern Colon. Lot. i.'CC4.. bloek-ii::::::::::::::::::: 10 Smith F. A._::: 4.41 Seminole Land A Inr. Co-'a ltob-d/s.-of-- 'Kaufmaaed.J.Li'

I isation Co.____ ".1' Lot IL block fC________------ 10 Re8na .___..._ 1.1' all except 8H of SWVi ,Ait 14 A Lot. d. 16.17. block 1/ --------- 10 Smith F. A.____ LIT Lots '0. 6.4. 71. 101 lit 119_______ ____ SO at itIf ao' la
't' Moody 19.18
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JI y 0\\ isation Co.____ 19.48 Co.___._______ 14.41 Lot. 8 and 9______________,--_"____.. SOll It 10 Vandul'Co.----- '.1'
1 All __________________________-________ 18 .4 81 140 Moody & Skipper. 19.18 Lol. 10 and II. block 18 10 Ru..ell R. R.___ ..44 Lot 10 ----------_______________._____ If It I Lincoln ll.H. 0. LII
:' I d I All east of river. _____._______________ 36 .4.1 80 Southern ColonIsatlon -' Lot. 3. 4. T 8' 9. block 11----------- .- 110 Ru..eU. R. R.___ 4.2ct Lot 14 hU._____________"____ If It 6 Rowland 8. : ...
.", i Co____ 4.S4 Lot 4. blocic 19______ ------------- II Todd H.________ 3.21 Lot SS -- n u_______...._______.__I'lIII SOso 16.1 I WIIJ.iam. M. E. .Ii a

.', ." All ___________________________________ .8 .4 .1 840 Moody Skipper 29,18 Lot. 1. 2. 3. block 21--------- 10 Kyte O. H._____ 1.70 Lot 28 __00 ____._____________________ 16'1 I Boyoe. J.. F. P.__ ..f
/ I All east of river__________..__________ 1 .5.1 80 Southern Colon- Lots 6. 8. T.; 8. block II 40 Ru..el. R. R.___ 1.44 Lot 87 __n.__________________________ so If 11 ,. Shuman E t... .81 f
'. '- isation Co.____ 4.S4Donegan. Loot '. ;!clock 27-:::;::::: 10 Savoy, &_____ 1.91 Lot 18 __-______--__ _______________ 10 .1.1 I Unknown Q._w.. .l$ i
11:% .8f Sfr.T of 8E'4 of W ---------- 11 lIS 80 5 A E.. Lot U. block 10.____.______ 10 Seaton 8. E.___ 1.11 Lot 66 _____n_________I_____._______ 10to 18'1 5 Mean.. H. ?__ .86ill
i) Agt. ____ 1.01 fotl 6 to 18 Inclusive block. -ii:::::::: 80 Smith F. A.__ __ 11.41 Lot 60 __nu________________________ If It 3 MOCt.m1. G.C.___: f
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r 'B... N. W. Cor. 01 SE'4 01 BE'4. run 8.f10 -- --- Fl. FraU Belt ".1.. C.... .. -.I.... No. J Lot. 64 and 79______________._____.___ 10 .1.1 10 Thomas I

ft.. E. no ft.. N. 110 fet.. W. 120l Loti 9,10 and I1 block 1-________ 20 Bullock, 8 Lot 78 ----------_____________-___ 10 2211 f Marian.. A.----- 1.1 sc; .
.:l et ___----____________________--__ U 15 10 2 Davis. Wm_____ 1.51 trustee __!: u. Lot 100 --------------______ m 10 If 11 II Oalnes. M. ;__. ... ,
V N. ITacr... of B..of4lWCtfh .Wf S. E. Lot. 6. 1. 8. block 11-_ 30 DeVau1L J. L.___ .61 Lot 117 ----------------____IIHHI __ 10 1"1 f Ooodwln.Wm. __.. .8( >
.. Cor. of HW'4 run lU>,4. 8oabrr. C.I..I..tlD. c'-t1i't'; -- foot 118 _________I__ 10 If L. ____ '/
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"', .,..d... H. 884 yd... E. 12234 yd.. B. 184 r Lot 26 __uu__u________ 6 35 34 II Marahall. R. F._ 1.11 Seminole Land A nv. Co.'s Sub-dlv. of O. H..... !t.,

I 1OIILrd.. to Begn_____________-________ I I.O 2 Grimm J. A ____ 1.03711y1 W'i lot 26' ,--- ---------_::::-1-..::-::::: 6 311 84 10 BotRher. Colon- all except NHof NWVi of NEVi._ 11 11 __.. ,
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Cor. of Nw % of NE4. run N. 1.17 1ot-0!) ---------...__--_________::__ 7 8S 34 %0 Southern ColonCo. Lots 19 and SO______________________ 11 11.1 10 Johnson M? H... .., 'J
-k' -Ch.., E.-.U Chs.. 8 8.17 Chs. W. 1.IT .___ J.65 Lot 26 ------------------_____________ 11 11'1 6 Fry O. ..___ 1.14 S
l ( h i.; also less Beg. 660 ft. E. of N. W. Lot 6 and EV lot 1___ 8 as 84 30 Scuth.tn Cotonlaatlon : Lot 12 ________ _____________________-__ 11 Unknown ___,11 ..IS.IS !:ji..
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a ; -1of said 40. run 8. 210 ft., W. 210 --------------- Co.____ I.\(1( Lot 43 ____ ___ _______________________ 11 n nii UnknownThompson ______ ))

N. S10 ft., E. 110 ft_____________ S* 8" 571 WlI('ox. W H ._ in 69 Lot ]13 ._ _ _ ___ _________________ 35 36 34 20 Unknown ______ 1.15 Lot 44 -- :- ---. ----._,_--------------- 11 6. Whltn.y 3.A. E.__ .11 1.
jy,( of NWVi and N% of SWVI'VI --n-- 28 29 120 Dqnpjun. A K.Jfit. .. Lot 10 -- - _ ______________________:: 38 85 34 20 Southern Colon.laatlon Lot 85 --- ---- -"-?..___"".I_______ 11 !S '11 Carter. D.___ .11I '''t
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8 of SWVt less Beg S. W. Cor, run Y= I.)t 29 __ h __________________________ 4 34 as 20 Southern ColonIratton Seminole I .I--cf.-: ; ]nv. .''j.8bcfiv. of 6 Smoke. S. ..--.- {
j NT 140 yds.. E. SIO yds, 8. 140 yd. ._ Co.____ 1.66 all _-- __ ___________- ____-___ IS If 11 1.

W. 210 yds.____---___--_______ ____ 7 U t9 34 Rolfe. O. A ___ 893 Et4 I fiat 27--h---h___ 6 34 83 10 Unknown __-_ u .9/1 Lot 61 __ __ __ ________________________ 11 If 11 5 Semlnole ,I
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U and V------------------ 10 Holt.\f _ __ 1 79 \, I ot 5n _ __h____________________ 9 3. 33 10 Boulh..rn Lot 42 __ _____________________________ 3] If 31 S In,. Co._*_____ 1.11 I,
W, oT'8W'4 of ' _____ _______ 11 25 29 30 Pon"lfn"u A H I': 206 Colon. 1.IeWI Lots 77 and 84 ________________________ II 16 11 10 Brook.. T____._ ..8''l'
{' Beg.. 8. W. Cor. of SWVI of SWVI, run h [.ot 24 -----h-n_____ 9 84 33. 20 snl.-: o'; on. Lot. 110 and 115..________ ____________ II If 11 10 Young c. S.____ I.U
N. 440 ft. E. 990 ft.. 8. 440 feet.. W. laatlon Co.___ 1.66 Lot 121.. -- __- II tf 11 Kirk.: T. __-___" 1.n: '"f

1 90 ft. __nnun___________ 11 25 29 1'0 SII"... L._ _ __ 1 72F I I ,4 lot 5. .- ____ ______ ____ __ __ ___ 10 34 33 10 Southern Colon.laatlon : Seminole I Land A InV: Co's iu-t :cfiv-: of I Crumm. J. H.... .11
F Beg.. 880 ft. N. of 8 W. Cor. of SWVI of Cn.____ 1.10 all Frac. except EH of NEVi east of
8W%. run N. 440 ft.. E., 990 ft.. 8. N14 lot -L---------------------------- 33 10 so' n Colon- canal and S H of SEVt __ 11 26 11... t

440 ft. W. 990 ft_______________ 11 15 29 10 SII"s AI.-", __ _ 2 39 latl .Cou LSO '{At 27 L --- ------ jj 16 11 ."..
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EH of SWVt of NEVi and NWVi of REST n hctt lot le _ __ ____. ______ 111 .u .12 ... ... 12n ,. --------n"t------------------ S"ftlnO.LandA -a
y:..__ otNE44.and SV4 .of- SEVt: ..f NEVt: bot t f) __ n __-n_-_--_-_-_-__--_-..--__-_--_-__--__-__- ii 3SJ io Southern' ' Colon.laatlon : .u Lot 11 ----------J------------------- as 28 II II H n..L. .k:::::: 1.15IS

4. and N% of SEVi and SWVt of SEVt-- 12 25 2R 170 Hunt..r. H A 1015 Co __ 1.66 Lot 64 . n_ ____________.____________ .8 26 11 5 : Ji
NW 4 ofNW'4 of SWVtNBVt n Lot 1/1 - -- ________ ___ I 11 h [..o---------------------------------. Jackson W. A... .!.85.SS
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'ft ---nn--u--- 14 26 29 10 Donegan A E: __ 112 --- ---- -- _--_ 34 20 Southern Colon- as :26 11 6 ]
f of NWVt of SWVINH 14 26 29 10 Whltlhard S M. 112 laatlon Co.____ 1.85 Lots 86 and 91 __ __________ ___________ 88 26 31 10 Denying J'R.H W.-. .
? [ of SWVt of NWVt( of BWVt and NH Lot 32 -- -----_____________.___ ___ 13 34 33 20 Unknown _ __ 1.36 Lots 103 and 1OSemlnole ______________________ II 1.6II. 10 Rose.White -_.- 1.S41.S4 :
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of SEVi of lands SWViSH __ 14 15 29 10 Harmon. T. 142 II -- - ___ _--____-__.__._______ 14 34 33 20 Unknown _ n__ 1.36 Land k Inv. Co's 8ub-dtv 01 R.---
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.. .; of NEVi less asseised to Nel.. IP _ _- ___ ______________._______ 17 34 33 20 Southern' all except timber lease to the KIs- tI1
", :: son Ollcreane' Smith and Donegan", : laatlon goo_ _ : 166 almmee Lumber Co________________ 4 17 11
,; also lens plats of Qtlchrlst and R. R.'I Lnt 16 - - -- _____________ _________ H 34 33 20 Southern Lot 66 ?- nun______-_________ 4 17 11 '"' ,
right of way--___ __________________ 15 15 I 29 40 Miller .r W . 21 I 44 laatlon; b.Io--: 185 Seminole Land A <
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: NWVt of SWVi of.NEI4n__-_______ 1R 5 29 10 KlmhRII A R. _ 9' I Lot Lot II - - --- --_-______--______--__ I' 34 33 20 HllgefordJ P. 136 Lot 31 _ _ __ _nn____ _____________ 4 27 11 II Inv Co.: :.-_-.. 11' .
.1,, BH of SBVi of SWVi ofBeg. NFJ" ___ _ __ - 18 26 29 5 t'nk.n _ .72 1M - -u.h_____________ U. 34 33 20 Unknown ___ __ 1..6 Lot 40 - n.n---------------- 4 17 11 0 JosnoswkL H- MTJnknown ; 3 .
a Sec 13-25-2N E'4, lot 30 _ _ _____ Lot 43 _. _ __ _ __ __ _ _.____ ,,78 1 '
8. E Cor. of lot 4. - --- __ ________ 21 34 33 10 Southern Colonleatlon __ .___________ 4 17 11 II
,- __ run W 48 yds. to P. road, then N r'L Co.. __: 1.10 Lot 61 _ __ ____j+n.__ _____________ 4 27 11 II Fay, H. B..___" .11 n
i:. along aald road 71 Chs., N. 76 deg.. N14 lot 32. _ ________________-___--___ 21 34 33 19 McReynolds 3. 'V .90 Lot 92 _ _ - --'____ .._____ _____ 4 II Unknown E> _____- .1a
; E. 8.1 Crs. 8. 16 de..,... 30 mln. E. 8 9 Lot 16 -- - --. .__-______-- ________ 22 34 33 20 Knight H W __ 1.86 Lot 93 -_ _hunoo_______ 4 Z.1 5 Doa.oop.: 0: ii----- .78
,. Chs to P road, then W along said Iota 2P and 30_ --____________ ___ 22 34 33 40 Medlnon H.n 2.26 Seminole Lnd'" Inv. Co.'. Sub-div.-et H.Beecker. ..78
S \ read 7-16 Chs to 8 W. Cor. of SWVt .-. <\\i lot 'I-------......---______.__... 23 34 83 20 Southern Colon11'l4 all .."c.pt .. lease to the KI.- I

of SW 14. Sec 18-25-29 then S. 1.1 -- Isation Co:___: 1.20 slmmee Lumber Co.______________ 6 17 SI !73
I Chs. to Beg____________ __________ 18 25 29 6 Bo"art., A.uu__ 2129 Ina 13 tt E4 10 McCulcb.oa 0. W. ..0. Lot. S and 11_____i_________._________ 6 37 81 It ,yl
r I,; Be.. .. N. W. Cor of NWVt. of SEVt. run Lots 18 and 19_ .:::::::::::::::::::::: 4J 34 n 10 Souther. C..lo.Iaation .- Lot 41 -_------_____________________ 6 17 1 Shiver B.. W. L.._ .(.
; 8. 90 yds. E. 160 yd.. R. 175 y Lot Co. ___ 1.00 -------- ------ ------- f Hoffman.
:,' 140 )'d..., N. 350 yd.. W. 800 yds8H ____ IA 256 19' 10 Unknown Un 1.A6 22 --n-nu_-u--u______ 13 34 832ft Johnson V. l'1.n 1.16 Lot 66 __nn_____________________ 17 I 6 J. W.__ .TI
t of SWVt of 8E14f____,__ ________ 188BJ4 26 29 20 Farl A. C __n__ 447 Lot Lots 26 and 26________________________ 28 14 33 40 Sidon C._______ 1.21 Imps 7 and 74_ ____ ___ ______________ I 27.1 10 Addle Davidson.B3. L. p.. .1'
\, Ii r of SEft-. .___ ___hUUh__ II 16 29 40 RtepbPnL F. !f._ 259"r 28 -----------00---------__________ 24 34 33 20 Southern Colon.laatlon Lot -- ------6 17 11 II Hanson J._____ ..
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NW14 Of NW------------------------ 19 16 29 40 Bogart A.u 2.69 Co.___: 1.65 Lot 88 _ nn ________________ __.-- I 87.1 I Ludlow. ._. .
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'. E% Of EH Of Elf of NE'4u______ 3nNWVt 16 29 10 SPIfPr lroro. R E. .PP S'i lot 1------------------------------ 26 34 33 10 Southern Colon. Lot 101 ___.___ _____00_ _______._______ 6 27 II Hant.eh. H. A B__ ,71
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of NE34------------------------ Z6 29 40 Unknown nn_ 426 14ote 6 laatlon Co.____ 1 Lot 107Semlnole----------- -- II 17 f S.-.II .11 ITS
i Patv Gardens: A subdivision of parts and 6-------------------------- 28 34 33 40 Unknown ____ I fO 1 Land A v'i'8: t :cfiV-of 1 MI.r. R
E'i lot 13. ____ ___ _________________ .
of Sees 12 and 33 Tp. 26, Rg."' 29. and 2jj 34 81 10 Wat.on E. .1.___ all except timber leave to -
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1 parts-of 8..c.. 4 and 6. Tp 26. Rg", 29BWVl Lot 5 _____________ ____________ 2A 34 33 20 Johnson O. R.__ 1.86 slmmee Lumber Co________________ 8 17 SI
of SEVt and WH of SEVt of SEVtSEVt U 16 19 60 Tucker "'. R __ 1009 N'i of lot 24__________________________ U 34 33 10 AUen. J. M.___, .0 f.ol 1 and 11________________-_: _. 6 37 St Reynolds L J
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I) of 8WV1 ___ ___ ___ 32 16 19 40 Tucker & DailY 6.8. -- ----- __ ----n_ 34. 34 83 It Southern eo.laatl ... --------------------------r---- I 21.1 Unknown
\ Lot. !. I. 14. 16. 19--------------------- U 19 110 Ne1.on. L. H.h_ 8.48 "! 00.-- Lot 42 ___-- -___ ___________________ 37 6 "Ill. .11
X' Lot 7 and fractional 8EH of 8WVt of Lot 3 -------a_. _uu________________ 34 34 sa II R. A.1.11 1.1' Lot 80 _-_ ___n___-_______ __________ : 87 1 1 Wolf. C. .1 '

J NW'4 unnh__________________ as III 19 15Anyd..r.. A. M. __ 317 Lot 9 --. _--- ------_-.________________ 88 34 38 29 Henley WI.. f. ft._.___ 1.86 Lot 71 -------,------_------------ I 81.1 I Unknown ton. J. __ .1' Ml
l Lot /ltt __unnnnnnhhnu_ 83 25 19 10 'Vllder. E 0.___ 208 Lot 23 - 0. nu._-_________-________ 38 34 U 20 Southern Colonlaatlon T.ot.l and 71____-___________________ I 17 11 Sumee. L. __.... s
w Jt> __ 83 25 U 20 N..I..on. I. H...__ 1.7. Co.____- 1 Lot 18 _nnn__________'_____________ I .T.l 1 Weeden. 8.M..? :,11 4

"1\\ 'Lot Lot.S78H 4s.___43----------------------------__::_:::::::::::::::::::::::: : ., u n 20 20 Neleon McFarlin.Realty T. H Co._ u: t::. /20-)and' -zi:::::::::::::::::::::::: 1 2 36 36 u :g Unknown Lucq., 8. M._ : _::: 225 1 36 66. Lot Lot 114 108 __ ________-___,_________-___ I I .T.I II f I Fullen Wright, A. E.E._._.__ ,7 TI$ '

"; of lot S and SH of SEVt of SW l4-- 6 U 1\1.\ ..41 Wallace. J. S..__ 1ft.51 Lot 29 _nuu__.____________________ 2 36 33 20 Thompson S. O. 1.15 Semlnole ---------------------b--d-I-----f: J J. E..n' 1F

I Let 1 and NEVt of NWVI_____________ 8 U 18 85 Wallace J. S.._ 380I N'i of lot 31__________________________ 2 85 U 10 Slereka 4h____ .90 all'Fract. except timber lea. on N% .
e\ KJH of SWVi ---d-n.--------------- U It 86 Cop1..y. E. .T.J__ fun Lot 14 __ UhU____________________ a 26 Et0 Southern Colon- to .. Lumber Co-_______.. 7 ST '

BWVt of NEV_____nnnnun____ 2 25 IS 40 Smith. J. R.nu 1.118 I.atlon 00.____ 1.111 Lot. Kla.lVm. ____ ________________. T 17 1 Semlnole Land
;'1 )Eli of SWVi_____-_-_-___nn 2 211 II 40 Welch C H.____ 2.06 Lot U uun___-__________________ II 3'.81 1(1( Southern Colon.laatlon 1 1 Inv. Co.......A.: 1.1'
BH of HI 1(,. less Beg. N. B. Cor., run E'W kJl Co.-= 1.15 Lot 18 _____ ___ _____.--.------------ T IT.l S )K. B... .TI'
a
a S80 3r'ell., W. 440 yds. N. 70 yds.. 29---------------------------- II 15 II 10 Southern Cololaatlon Lot 38 .---------------------------- 11.1 .Rlbbla.
I" E. SSO yd*., N. 690 yd.. W. 110 yds.. Co.____ 1..10 Lot 43 .._______.---_________ -- '' 1"1 I Fulton.:& Ate.:1" !fI
Lot .
)< N. SSO SSO ____ ______ 5 Z5 II 111 --.-------. __ __________ Lot 68 \ ,
: yd.. E. yds. - U CarterDean' n ---- .8 as 33 10 Southern Colon" -- --- -------------- -- 87 81 I unknown ...... ,
f Realty Cq.-___ 4." Lot l.aUon Co. 1.15 Lots 72 and TI-------O----- It 10. 'Hopkins W "jj x
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.a --b--d-I-----f.' 'I .
q: tTndlr.. H Int. In'SWVt of NEVi and. ----------------__________._._ 4 IS 3. to A. Semlnole '
of _ __ .. ' Lot 1 -------.-. .._ .__ ...__ _. ._ HII".ndorr." C. 1..5 all timber lease on y'f1't'
D NEVt 8EVt_ iBH --..-.-..__ .. 6 II II .0 Moaplre R. 1f.1,89' 7 86 3. 80., Unknown Fract. except ,
S; I of lot S. less a strip 11 ft wide oft . f \E% lot 1.-----.::..._...:._:___. I III .f 10 CheYGn. T....... 1.1.. N% .. lumber C0-w. ," ST SI ,a'tat$ < >
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\ 8. end also lot 4. less IS acres lot a -----.----- _.___.._____ .. Lot 41 ......-.- ____ 46Int. .
: own. . . --- 8 .11 8. 10 Bond. A.. .te. -.---------- 17.1 I Semlnole Land !P'
A __ Af
A[ , ," :.. . Lot 1 ...: ___...___ .90 -
____ _
-- _ _
ed by W. L. sfoseley and SH acre. In .< iSSS ., ', 4; Lo 5 -- ----- 11 88 .8 10 Unknown ______ 1.211- CC 1.01
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L ,. 8. W. Cor. to T. O. Hoffman. and 1 '_. -- -----"- ------= _.------ -- 11 211 'S 10 Southern CGlonIlaU Lot IT ..- -..------------------------ 8 IT.t .. LT"I-__ .'.
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t.L act* .square In S. E.! Cor.to F.H.. f Lot 60 --_ -----------------,------- 11.1 S Unknown
Tlner and 140 )'d.. square In N. E. Lot 20 ----_--__---__-____--___ --__--__ 19 S5 33 70 Southern n Co.Colon.____ 1.15 Lot 61 __-__n________________________ I 87.1 S Unknown _...__.___.- --,,f TS ,

._ __ ________.______ Lot 51 = s
Cor. __n u 12 : 23 60 Rolfe. O A __ 4.26 la..Uon 8 It 5 Unknown ..
... .Beg.. SS ft. W. of center of track of Fla. n i[N.of% M lot 32__------____________________ "19 all U 10 Fiddler C.C..n 1. ____ 1.811.90 .. .----------------------b-d-I-----f a __ ,7J -
the KIs-
Mid. Ry and on N. line of NWVi of --------------------n.u t all except timber lease to
I Lot 25 and Wt4 lot 26------------------9 36 38 20 Unknown ____ 1.85 Lumber Co--_____________
NBVt,. run W. 285 ft., 8. 191 ft.. K. to 2 35E 80 Southern Colon1.01 slmmee 1 17 11

,S,. along rl"hi said nf. : WAV.right then of way north to Begn-weaterlir 13 U U 1 Wllan. 1\Irs Ola< 31 __ _ _nn-_-_-________________._ _____ . __ __ haUon. C.____ 2.10 T!-'nA t4.At._ -..-._<-_-._.".-_-_-_-_-- -_-.-_-_-_-_--_-_--_-__-___-__-__--____-__- f. .17... II.. "5 ._Kent... B._ R______ .TS_ 141.T.or H.

V._ 3 02 J' .u; ; Bouth..rn Colon. 68 __________________________ 8 17 *6 Bow rney'B H___ ...
-- ---- -- 844, lot 24 __ haUen Co._ ___ 1.66 un I .__ .T2 ;j'
-'- "" ______ ___
8. E. Cor of let deeded In Henry ---u ------ Moooo Lot 1 -- 9 27
1 eg WII.ou. Lot 11 _ u - -_- -_---_ __ ________ 14 3'1 32 10 M'"Reynold. E. R. ..0 Seminole t "Lsnd""A-fnv""Co"'s"8Tib"-dlr: of a 5 Unknown -..--- c.1 !.(.
run northwesterly right ----
i \ on Lot 7 _ _ _ _ _ ___ 23 35 32 Ie Eboulh, 3. H.__ 1.85 i
_____ _
of way. 106 ft.. 1V. 160 ft., 8. 1011 ft.. ____________ 24 35 WH, except timber lease to the KIsImmee -
32
20 Southern
'h E. 160 ft--------- 13 24 28 td Flu..lIon. lIrn. fda I.S9 Iolonlaallon Lumber Co____ _____u______ 10 17 11 .
: ;Beg 6 1 yd. W. of 8. E. Cor. of lot 4. Lot 24 -- - __________ ___________ 24 Co.____ 1 ft5 Lot.7 _ __. __ _ ____________ ___ 10 21.1 5 ,
Lot 2 ___ _ _ __ __ JII 32 20 Unknown _ 186 ] Olbson. D. J ____ ..TS.TS \ '
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run n..rlhw..etorrly 220 )'ds., W. 447i h hh ___-_______ 26!i 35 32 20 Southern Iolon.N u Lot 44 - __ _ ___ ___ __ _' ----- 10 17 II 6 Norris C. H.____ i
R. 110 yde. F 491 yd e____ __ ____ 13 25 2S 20 Howard H 607t Lot 8ft 10 S
yds. ff - - Brown. a B__ _
-- lot _ leellon ( _ ----------n--d-I-----f 1 8
24 25 18 20 Unknown N14 l7 I - -- --________ - 66 RemlnoleLand & .1 .i.1
N% of NEVI of NFJ h----n--------- 128 ---- ----- 5 35 32 10 Bernard. _ 1. y '
?4% ot BWI4 of NE __ ___ ____un__ 24 26 21 20 Granger L.126(4d t.reeler. P.- .99 NH, and NH of BEd and SEVi of ,
Bell'.11 521y fl. E. nf ,V. Ior. of NEI Lot 9. block 8-------------------------: 8PH4 and NEVI of SW % _ _ ________ 9Lots 16 80 ,

of 8E 14. run S. 462 ft.. F. 4I ft.. N' Lot 19. block 10_______________________ TU"R" s. 'M' __ .81 8 and 14 - _-n__ _ _ - _____,-- 9 16 SO 10 Stowell. F. S.___ 1.1' '
t. Lot 2. block SlIndqullll. E .81 ",
161 E. to range line thence N. 70 11.n-----_ ._ I" L---------------------------------- 28 SO 6 Manning M. M._
4 t yds..tt'h..n ,V. to Beg_____________ ___ 24 26 28 8 Ingram, f. H.u 13.40'' 9t.terl..d. Ii1lRendorf A. ( .61 Lot 86 ___ ____ ___ _____ nh I I 26 30 6 Barrow. E. 8.Olngan. ..__ 1.11 MS \ -' p.
Beg. ", d( lot 4, run W, 2 16 Cha., Lot 3. Mock 4_ ___ _____ _____ .___ _____ Lot BR _- -- __,__--__ -_------_ 30 6 .
J.
; IhFj'c1. : Lot 9. block 4 ___ ____ _____ __ Hav..rd. F 0._ ,81 - I 8 --_ 1.1 S .
J 1" s. .. then northeasterly I along _____ ___ Guthrie.. L. A.- .81 Lot 83 ___ __ _nUu-- BLot 30 6 Unknown __ ___ Mi .;
of Ch".. N. 11.11 Cr" Deena. 118 9 26 30 6
't right WRY 1.6914 86 15a8: 1 Unk"o'n 1.76 Lot 10. block --________ ______:______ ----0-------0-----------_ --- 9 30 S Waggman. M.. E. MS ;.1
I.7. Beg.to Beg.Chs.---n---n-----n-n-n W. of center. of Sec run nn Lot I. block 10-_ __________________ .Tohneon. 0 R___ .Rt' -mlnoU-T.an"d I "&" Inv"Co.'s: -8 -bc v. of 1 Unknown .___ 1.1 ,

10-Che.. R'. 24\ Ch... S. 20 Che.. Lot 16. block 25_______________________ R..dw80d. J. L. __ 1 .SH of NEVi and SEVI _____ ____ 10 10 .' d
.N.
.,' al I' Chs------ _ 1 26 28 6 Me 1.era. R F.___ 1.32 Lot 18. block 25_______________________ Fltkkema. J. F. .61 Lot 94 : 10 a 30 S Hoffman J. _
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--- ----- 1.11'3
!, NE : K of FJ'i of NWI4 of Lot 21. block 26-______________________ Fllkkema. A. M. .61! Semlnole Inv --------d-I-----f 1 .
{ e.ce t.W', I.ols U and 24. block 27_______ __ Johnsnn. C. 101. __ .61! Land' ---
2 Z6 28 168 Smith. C. D.__ __ 1.45 __ _ all P".pt or NH _- -*----- -_rj lL -26 1O-- -- -- -------- --'
"oi- u Seminole ,Land & Iov. Co.'. Sub-dlv. Savage_ _P._ __. _ .76 '- : f
of -
\ 8W ", NE of fW and NW r. f't' n u r.--HII------= - - -----u----d-I-----f 1 1 T 0 S_ Unknown 1.1S 1
NE14 and .
N.'W f and NWI4 ot RWI4-and NWI4i E14 .f-flE4 amt NEt ofNF.14 Rrolnolp & .
e.TSk4 .and bf 8414 1"'U right of of NW'4 and S'W of NEVI'" nf NH of NW------------ 12 26 SO 1

'i 8'1 R R and eectlon NW'4 and By, of NW and NEI4 or Lots 108 and 109____ ______ __________ n 26 SO 10 Seminole Land A: ,.
tjvseoloi'orC.alrl: railway---- 2 26 U 280 Warl", & Fd. 8Wu and NWI4 of NW.,f 1"I..Bpil'. Inv. Ce.-__.__ 19
y/1. - - -- wards _n_.___ 13.07 N. V.. Cor.. run 8. 979 ft.. E. '800 It. Lot 62 __ - _ --_ .______ ___-_--_T___ 11 24 10 5 Rldeout. 8. ____. tell i .r

't'., E'4 of FJ"- of N14 of NEVI I 28 28 10 ORlul, f. ------- ..9sNEl4 N. 979 fl. W. 600 ft____ ___________ //I 2'1'' 31 Lot 119 -_ __ __ __ ____ ___.____________ 12 80 6 Moreland. D. A.4 MS
; -- /I 28 Lot 96 __ _______ ______ __ 2
of NEV-------------------- 28 40 Burne. David 00- 6.81 -- __ ________ 5 26 31 6 Seminole Lot - - - --- 10 6 Unknown ...... MSS.lf: '
Land & 1
E14 "f-NFJI4_ ._ __ _ _ _ __ 7 26 28 80 Burns David< ___ 9.02 Lo. I Land i RVb.iv. of a
nn fnv. Co. ___ : t
24 _ ____ ___ __ __ _____ --- 1.42 .
,'n Beg N. ".'..('or E. 194 of SE'4 yd N.nf SI'140:%rdM.. run. W.8. Lot. 47. 50. 63__ __________ ____________ 6 5 28 2'1' 31 .6 Wafts. 0 S ____ 111 [ all : ----:-. == = --=:::::::: 11 11 26 16 10 10 20 .
140 s.
yd. __ _________ 18 26 2. 8 POI'.t A.--____ 1.69 Iota 111 and 62___________________ _____ 6 III 31 IS Hayee. n P. ___ 246 At3-98:10.Hi S..lnol.Land.Inr.
.<4 _8E 296of YdRaVa _ _ -__ 20 226 228 40 David h_ 269 Lote 1.13 and dl2l.v__-____-_ ____ __ 6 26 31 31 10 Grimm J. A ___ 17. Lot 11 - - __ -- __ --____:____- ______".- 322630 5 Klmes. -=- .99
l> BE of N\V Va------ _ _- __ - - ---- /I 40 Burn B W.___ '..eflJI' Seminole ;. : Co.'s Sub-div.oi 10" Wnggman M. F:. 1.79 Lot 39 _ __ -_ ___--________ ---- II 26 10 6 Pen .CJ.-i .. ... Y

o SE n 8\V _ --_ nh.U_ __ ___ 20 26 27 .0 Unknown un __ :306 rl'; ofNI3 and WfI\ 0fNSE and Lot 103 __ __- _____________--__ 11Semlnole 16.0 6 : ____ .N Q A
_ _ _ __ _ 26 25 27 40 Turn..r. g W 2.08 % 'k and % of Lot 127 _
SY; NE ___ __ __ .n -- --- -- --- 1 30( ,5 Han.on.o .... ..
(....ph..U ('Uy. NW54 and 814--------______--___--_ 7 3'1' 3\ 1 "Lanil" v-: Co's hub-d"lv of J -o
Iff'. lock 8. M. R lII rlfall'" Sud- Lot 18 __--__-- ----___--____a_________ 7 26 I all _ _ _____ ____----____ 14 26 80 1
Lot' 31 - -
I 28 IS J Rtrlckland.A. J. 3.43 Late 81 and 77________ ________________ 7 at 6 Mach 1If. H __ __ 112 Lot. 4. 81. 39. 53. 122-------------- 14 26 SO S.mlnol.LandA
d of lot 1---------------------- Lot 70 ______________ __________ ,_____ 26 10 Floyd T. Co.n__ 1.7. 5. 8 : '
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7 2/1 ___ '
II Blk. 42------------------------n..y..d. 0ala.. J. A -____ .76 Lot 711 ___ ___ ____________ 7 26 31 6 Woodbeck J. J). 111 Lot 10 .. _- _-. --___--_____ ______._ 142630 S DennbCo___ '.f.

'Lot Lot 16.16. Ink. 46__ __ _ _ __ _.________ Osla.. J. A. _____ .'16 Lot 96 _____ __________ ______ ______._ 7 J6 31 31 6 6 Rwarta. P.______ 1.11 tXt 85 _n_-- ________ _______________ 14 14 10 II. Farr. B. P...__-_ ...
n Renkle. John ___ qi
Lot 101 __ _____ __ ___ 1.12 __ _____________
of lot 3. Blk. 49____ ______________ 1II'lnt. I. J ------ .15 7 26 81 Lot 101 __- ____ -- ---- 14 16 10 5Lebey.. P. .
6 .
.r.W. % Stamler. Seminole I -nd---l:Co.'. -c FRllow. S. n _ 1.12 _ _________________ _____ .1
,,1 Lot 7. Rlk. 49__ __ _ ___ ______________ Mr. N. ..76.t' Suv-llv. of Lot 106 1 88 10 S Unknown 311111 ,
,. qLot 8. 311k. 61 _ 0.__ _ __ OslUnkaan.o. A.u .15 all except Ny of NWV.------------ 14 28 31 lx>ts 114 and 125______________________ 26 30 10 Melee. A. _u___ l.SS . ,;
___ _. __ _4-------___ ___ n .15 Lota. 105 and 118nu---U-h______ Lt SO
..!, Lot 1. Blk. 61-- - : -- Unknown ------ .76 1M 2Q 31 10 8..mlnol" Land Remlnol I e f, *" Inv"Ce"'s"Subdlv.. t'l 1 S Wentworth. W. .. .
Blk. 62---------------------- -- ----
1 Lot 15. 47-------------------- f. J.---_ .15 Lot 14 _____ __ ___ _____ ___ ___. 15 ate 31 Inv. CO.h 1.81 all _-- 'n-c--- _-- __________-'_______ 24 80f.ol

"Lot, Lot 8.1. Bfk.B 1k. 71__ __ _- n -__ __-______ cnlnt.jail. J A. _____ .76 Lot 68 ___h ____--__ __._______--_--__ U 26 '21 5 5 Roberts.Unknown J--.6--,v.__ .99.99 9 nuU____-_________________ 1 1 26 10 S Seminole Land A: I.
M n. Lol. 68 and 71oo--h__________
.n .76 18 26 3\ Inv. Co..__.... 1.1.
\, Lot 4, Blk Blk.103-----------------------_ __. ______ __ .. __ owlet!. C'. H.._ .1& Lot 72 __________ ___ .____________ _____ 18 26 31 t} 10 JoJlaon. C. C _n_ 1.11 Lot 20 ___ h___ ____________00_______ 16 24 SO Worthier. D__ .99 4
t 10. .. .. .. 6 Tilton I.
I _
1..1 __ R.-----99 80 ___ __ __________ __________ .
.1l .. Lot _
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Agrle.l/rl < / .. u---_ =--oo=-----------n-- 16 H 31 r _a._... .I.... U .ft n & 14 10 Erdman D. A_. ..* .
s. ,. .... 1
e.-av. 12 Allman. Mrs S__ 1.96 I. Hemlnole Land A Inv Co.'. suv-dly. of - -- -.u- > -- .n Lot 32 .--- -___ ____ .__________-_______ .14 10 1 Unknown ...... .39 ,

Ner' all except SEVi of NEVi ___n--n- 19 IS Lot 39 ---------------------- ---- IS 86.0 S Smith. E. A,.__. ..*
'W S. 9. 14. 16. 18.O1'21 _________________ 16 25 31 80 Evan. R. L._ 18.41 Lot 41 ___ __ _____ _.__ 31 5 Semlnot:M T.ot 40 and /1---------------_:-_ :L_ I' 10 10 pet see. A. V.161
lW6 -dand& 1
_______ ________
Cts 20------- 19-20\ 25 11 II Unknown __hn 1.21 ,. 61 _.__ __ 26 10 S Steem. : -
t fractional lot P.rk. Lot 7 ______ ______..__________________ 19 28 81 6 Inv. Co.. -_- 1.15 T.ot..6 and 80_____ .______ ___________ is 14 10 10 Deerer.M.A.B.A--______ 1.51.t "
Hedo. 8 15 .1 16 Zone J. 'V.Uh'_ 1.66 Lot 16 Burroughs"' \,. A. .85 Lot 81 __________________J_____ is
end A Track 41It -- -Lasid--' ---C5.---'. -srlrl- Lot 11 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 19 19 26 26 31 81 : Leavtlt.Unknown -:J:::: .:: Lot 87 _-_-_uh--- _______ -_--.__.__.... is 2'.0 ESO 6 6 Wllnelm.Wells. C. _L._u______- .../I. ,

,i Lot 44 ._-____________________________ s19, 31 6 F. Seminole Land A Inv Co's. Rub-dlr of
t .f $ft4i..r D 16 25 n 4e Unknown _ ____ S.U Let 66 ---------------4.--------------- 19 J8/ 11 UnknownClark. ______ .85 lots 1. 4 a/Td BEVt of BWVt' .and 'V%
IS. IS. 14, block ------------- II Mr. A.__ .85 '
art Lot 68. -------------a-----__ 19 Of SEVt -____ _______nn____ U .0
r Wklttler. Tumblln. J. F... ,60y Lot 90 ________ 11 II Woods. F. M.__. .85 Lot 70 .1
l/t ___ -------------- ------- 19 26 It II -- -i.----------------------- U.O S Cornell, W. ) r
.- Lanier J. O____ Lot 100. Unknown ______ .86 _____ J7 H.1 \
.14 _______ ______ Lots 77 ,
---------------- 1\1\ 26 11 II -and-J ---- --- 14 20 JO Bond F. H.__ :
17.----- Unknown L
block _
y't Mrs. J. M.__ ..60rt Let 110 ..6 ___ ._
Cox. _
____ _
: .------------------- 1. 26 11 I W. !1(30 ( F. E..... .TS
-- Hoffman. J. __ d-- : '. 1 a.et.
Cox. T. TCox. _____ .60 Lot 111 t55.ss Sera/nil./ Co. of
-- ------ -- ---- ---_------ J. 24 11 : bdiy
Lanier. J. G___ .14 8emlnol" Land.A Inv. Co''. of II Kestner. E. H.-_." .11 E14 O.f %_______________. I. ,18 10 . ',

TJones. .1 _______ .co all except 8W% of NBVt and WH of e" Loot 6 -----.---------------------- 1. II II I jr. M .
W. H..___ ...1Me"er. SBU and 8EVt Of 8Wtf___---------- 10 26 11 r h ----0-------------------- I. I. I' fsters.' *L.' .
M.Canning. ._______ .74 Lot Lot f -5
--.-------------------- 1.
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E. .__. ..10.Inarram Lot : =:::c---------Y:::::::::::::: 18 U It : Towble. :T.: J'w. Lo11' -______________________ 1. .1.0 6 Unknown'.81 UpltMwaiww..

Mrs. V.. .60 Let .5. ;--Ij----------________'______ 10 2&.1 f Wills.Dlokerson. .s* .. ---_--------.,.....-_-. 1. I' ao 1 B.._ ..* ;
:
A. S.Fisher.
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Lot. 6a.4 .11 ..___ _____ ia Marin C
Lot 98 .
ST .
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1 __ ___ Ie IS a1 10 ( -- -- x' 10 C IL.31
10"ett-3 IBt t'arZ. T.. Jr.Itejfgaa .- .11I Let If i .___-_ ___ C. _.__... 1.11 ed, Inr. C. '. Sub-dlr. of .'
--- -- 10 II It 6 mill !
Beminocla Unknown ___. ... -.
Mrs. M. Land &lar.l .
: Co.. Snv-dlv. SOll
'Ft ---- 1.II of aU fractlonat'e- ....3$1' IS 11 I Unknown I L .7"* .viiiiiimin--nin: ll. f ll. > is .. 'feu. .
; ___
",..' 10 BAtfanfDBramnaJU; .___'-_ l.n Lot 1. --.r_._.-w-----.._ II 86 .1 1 Unknown ....-.... te t- .--. ------ --.---_ i* siSO I .t..p .._ ./f. ', 1'k'
1111 .1 E. 6.li Lotin.16 ......i- __-..__......<____ II I' 11 -----. -._ '1..1 P._
." Wells. W. O._ .15 teed A Lye 0..'. 8ub-dlv. toes a --------- + r .." I' II i "Jllbll. .P-.1, :ut.. _
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PACE 12. THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JUNE . Il14
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Die:, C. X. HYATT i .
> Physician and PEA'NUI8AND lnoRi"DA ;
LANDS WOMEN WIN
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,. Re*. 248' KUsimmteFlorida 4 I CHEAPER MEATThere l WILL YIELD' ; NEW'FREEDOMi



Ali .;...W.t!MPSONE ... ..
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4 ; 1TIsT.I I. probably no one crop $$200 ACREi tion. A new of married law revolutionizing women in Rust.a tht post .
I I which cornea ao near meeting the re- :
Upstairs, in Katz Building. quifernents: of southern farmers for ceived the assent-of the czar early
' t" ... m:'to i8-tn. diversification as this humble legume. I April. Some .interesting: and significant : :
1 OTnCE. SOURS; i ; facts aboutthis
r 1:30to S:3Qp.: m. Though belonging to the nitrogen- I new law
Telephone No. 76 Jup 6. Ivr given by Dr Sofia Gordon of Moscow
: gathering the is
family peanut strictly

1 I speaking not a soil improver in II Four in a recent issue of the
I Three or Crops Year Statesman the London'
DR. W. w': CARSON the aame sense as peas and clovers. weekly. Shsays '
: The difference is not eto much in the speaking of the former status.

4' DENTIS1 nitrogen-gathering ability of .the :, Russian wive.:
I Often Grown Here
E f --- /plant as it is in the way in which the i "The Russian wife was not in
Office over Cole's Jewelry Store crop is utilized. Moat other legumea a humiliating position as the

Office Hours: 8-12, 1-6 are only partly removed from the soil. wife -for the Russian law ( :
"\", '. . Office phone 1 68Residence4 Their roots-where the nitrifying nodules FIVE ACRES IN CITRUS FRUITS Poland and the Baltic provinces)

23 develop.-remain in the son for ASSURE OWNER AN ENDOWMENT long recognized a married '

a :' Cat administered for extraction of teethBR. Ita improvement.( With peanuts the I FOR OLD AGE AND INCOME separate estate, which the -
root furnidties the part of the crop FOR CHILDREN: woman can dispose of without
p, for harvest. The result is that in one her husband's permission thus
? H. S. GEIGER form or another practically the whole able to transact business and
.Iii' ..__PHICIAJ AND SCKGBOM crop is'removed from the soil so that |I Lee LaTrobe Batcban, an' eminent in trade on her own account. Yet
f. Citizens Bank Building the possibility of soil improvementfrom authority on farming trucking and millions of wives without separate estate l
) Kiisimmee Florida its growth is comparatively I citrus growing in Florida has the following had but scanty economic independence. :
alight. Its to say in the Florida Grower A wife could not obtain
Phones: Office 297,or 64 nUrogen-gathering proper-I I even
therefore I ir 'I i which should interest our northern without her '
a
266. 1 -17J ty chiefly valuable by en- I passport
Residence the i I readers. Mr. Bateman in giving figures sanction and
abling plant to procure most of its was consequently unable
lupply of nitrogen from the air. i has beep extremely conservative to travel or to take a lodging

T.M.. RIVERS M. D An All Season Crop. getting localitiesT far belpw the. average in many without his permission or even I
: The chief of the i dwell apart from him. A separatedwife
I SURGEON advantages peanut "The tendency of the present age always liable to be
was
PHYSICIAN and brought
as a crop may be briefly is for those who turn to Mother Earth
I back to her husband's house
It is summarized'j by
Office over Osceola Pharmacy a nitrogen gatherer.
for their means of livelihood to small police. For a whole generation
all-season .
an .
l Residence 67i crop or a crop farms rather than to large acreagesin Holy has
PHONES' desired. It may profitably occupy the Florida this should and I always Synod successfully opposed ,
Ul1Jce 14Nski.L. trust :
II 'any legal separation of husband and ,
whole ground or it adapts itself to
will, be the desideratum of all
wife. Divorce was (and still remains)
growth between the of
rows corn or'
settlers, whether new or old.
L WINN other hoed crops. Every part of the "Nor is this. confined solely to Amer- a difficult and costly business out
plant is valuable. It is a forage fattening I'I' the Question for 99 per cent of Russian
ica. The idea the trend of .1
same same
households.
Where husband and
commercial'rponey
stock food and
PHYSICIAN exists of the
thought, amonamany wife chose to live apart the wife
It is with little
crop. grown older civilized nations of the
Office 2nd Floor Willtorf Building.KiuiMMEB. world without separate estate was unable
expense, with no special equipmentand 1
in Great Britain and in
dy ....D....,. PHOXB, . is harvested by hogs without cost especially France, and the preference for small I legally to acquire property to set up
; Orgc. PPO" 7. FLOUBA I her own business or even to
It is
y or risk. adapted to nearly all holdings is becoming daily more unr- I
into enter
soils and localities in the southern I a wage- contract. :

\ r. A. ya..laasw W. ciawroat.c ,' states. I versa"But the cause is not the same. In By the new law the "separated 1 I I I
>
AGNEW & CRAWFORD With this general recommendationwe Europe the old days of landlord and wife" is set free. j I
:.' VANS will offer a few cultural sugges I tenant are fast disappearing-that is, "It givps' her full liberty to travel 1

'f- ATICRlOrVS-AT-LAW tions. the landlord of an immeasurable num- and enjoyment of property even if !
', The one soil to beavoided( in peanut I ber of acres with an infinity of ten- she is under age. She will apply for I

OfflOM34 I>J CltlifOl ;tank It illdlBt! growing is heavy impervious clay. ants. It is agrowing feeling of independence her own passport. There will be no ,
Soils with a sandy tendency are best. word dear the order for restitution ,
Kissimmee Florida --a so to judicial a of con
t Lime is indispensable to the development I American that has gained root jugal rights and no summary bringing -

i of well filled shells. Therefore among the peasant and tenant class.It bark by the police. An aggrieved I :
H.D.. GEIGER. on lands deficient in lime-which I is not a revolution for wife may obtain a judicial separation I I ::

means most southern soils-a broadcast ence, but an evolution from independ-//for rudeness violence, dishonesty :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW application. of from 1,000 to 2.000pounds I ency and the old serfdom morality, dangerous illness or loath- | ,
' of agricultural lime before freedom and individuality. So little some disease in her husband; with the I '
Office State Bank Building breaking should be the first preliminary by little the old time tenant is evolving right, if she is the aggrieved party, to

Kissimmee. Florida step." This is' insurance against I into the owner of the land he tills. j custody of her children and, I'I'the !

I II 'pops. : He works for himself, not for others, where possible, to an order on the
I G E0.: F. PARKER. I IJ' The fertilizer used should contain a and what he earns and gains by that husband for alimony."
moderate amount of nitrogen to carry work is for himself alone. I : I
the crop to the point where it is able
THE AMERICAN FARMER.
jN ., Attorney-at-Law. to provide for itself from the air I "In America the farmer has alwaysbeen I the owner can raise at the very ''

,I, Collections and Conveyancing Variety to Select. more or less independent. His one to one and a half tons of hay to :
Specialties. This crop is particularly responsive the acre, besides considerable amount
I gains and his losses are his own, and
I to the liberal use of potash. A for- of this it would not be out of the wayto
112% Broadway. ne has been and still is our greatest
, mula which seems to most generally pioneer. But until quite recent times, estimate seven tons of hay for sale
five, excellent results would be about which, at $20 a ton (a low average
: II
class he has been
; F. KRIBBS as a never a good
G 8-4-8. I price), amounts to $140 cash
. A minimum application of 300 farmer. He has never really golt'nout ready ,

;. ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEB, FLA. pounds per acre consisting of acid of the soil its full, productivity. In I without taking into account the valueof
phosphate, 150 pounds; cotton seed what he has used up for his own
- the old pioneering days land was
,; : Examination of Titles a Specialy. meal, 100 pounds; and muriate of potash I.cheap the horizon was broad and the requirements, nor the estimated value
50 pounds furnishes about these the will have had as soil
I' crops renovators -
of what he made
ti Notification and payment ot taxes ofnonreiidenta aggregate was procured -
proportions. With small applications and improvers. So we will consider -
given careful not from so much per acre, but
'I. attention. the fertilizer should be applied indrills | rather from so much per total amount the $140 net profit.ROTATING .
1 ,i before plantingSelection I CROPS.

I I ; or varieties j must depend 01"The acres.really small yield per acre I "Next can he get in two crops of
G. P. Garrett
"t' ; r Pat' Josnston largely upon the use for which the from his crops, which the farmer vegetables, early and late, as for instance -w'I
JOHNSTON &: GARRETT crop is intended. As second crop, forage seemed only capable of raising necessitated I lettuce followed by tomatoes.

V ,* at Law hog feed and for sale to oil mills, many acres to reach a point It would be a poor crop of lettuce thatwouldn't '

' a' Office ]10 11 &: 12 the Spanish is preferable. For /commercial where farming became a lucrative bus net him $150 an acre, and a ;
peanuts the running varie- I iness. It was quantity not quality that worse crop of tomatoes that wouldn't i!
Citizens Bank Bldg.
ties like Virginia Runner and North filled the purse. Everything was on give him a like amount. What does j :
f Kisiimmee, Florida. Carolina are beet a large- scale except the profits per this total up tor Three hundred andfourteen '<
The crop should be grown in drills acre which was exceedingly small. dollars an acre. Ten acres ,, a

toon o. NAY T. taros WARLOWJudc planted either by hand or seed planter. "Gradually, due in part to a better are enough if you. keep at it and havethe
.l'ir' .*l tar of tb. The Spanish and othere bunch varieties understanding and a higher 'aim in 'know how.'
R. Coming Criminal Court
do best two to two and a half
farming and due also to the teaching "There are so many combinations
fh( I. MASSEY dtWARLOW.ATTORNEYS, feet six to twelve Inches> drills two of many an American school of agriculture possible both regarding the various

+ peanuts in a place. Running varieties, to the activity of experiment crop and their rotation and relativeto
AND CouNSEixosJ require six inches mote between rows stations, and to the support and scope subdivision of even ten acres, thatit
ti AT LAW and the greatere distance between of investigations by the United States would be impossible to treat them I

"1' Praatta In all tile Court* of the BtaU and attfca lills. Seed should be shelled beforeslanting Department of Agriculture, the lesson within the space of a weekly article. ;;
.
b./.r Florida
UBttad Stataa. alio the Rail-
road Ooaamftaftioa. aBel the Int.r.tat. C.a m roe two bushels of unshelled or has been I teamed that fewer acres well In fact there is material enough for a
C.omi.aioa. one-half) bushel of shelled seed per I and scientifically cultivated will in the book. We can, however consider one

' 11-14 CBABUVTOH BLDO. ORLANDVJ FLA. acre.April end pay better than many acres farmed of the many subdivisions feasible to I
.
8. Or i and May are the planting
in a haphazard manner. In the end a ten-acre tract. This is one-half veg-
months for the all-season varieties. quality pays better than quantity. etable and the other half citrus cul-j
The Spanish mav be planted till about
'1 ANDREI4.JOHNSON I ACREAGE IN FLORIDA."But : ture. j
the middle of July, as they require
"I mentioned earlier in this article
be all this as it what I
may I
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR L only four months for growth. I ,
AND AT w
I want to get down to is the question of the item of life insurance that is probably
Will Practice in all Court The one precaution as to cutlvation small holdings in preference to or should be one of the many
rs that they demand clean culture I large t
State and Federal ; acreages in Florida. Nowhere else in calls on a man with a family. With a
and weeds fatal to ,
are success.
Office adjoining Broadway grass More peanuts stand for diversification -I the whole of the United States can citrus grove you not only have an endowment -
Citizens Bank Kisimme more money be made per individualacre policy but you have an an-
rotation soil improvement, cheap
for old and furthermore
than in this state, and this is nuity age a
., food, cheaep meat, profitable farming.
especially the case in the citrus belt. secured income for life for those you
Ruralist.
tt -Southern "Two thousand dollars a year is not leave behind and for their children's

such a very large income for a familyto children. i
OLD SKIPPER BILL OF THE ERIE. subsist for the children to be "Still ten
H. JENKINS on, keeping our acres, we can
F' clothed and educated, for the pay- subdivide these into halves; one for
SURVEYOR (!Horace S. Keller in New York Sun.) ment of life insurance premiums and citrus fruit one for vegetables.

Good Skipper Bill of Amsterdam for the many other ectereas the head I. CITRUS FRUIT REVENUE.

ternttyBaUKl..imm.na. _-He. WalLA-.hettJ.moiler.;. __ pfthefamily js called upon to payout: !!-'Five-acres- irytitru*-fruit will-com
For forty yeara the old panel in the course offeach twelvemonth."To mence to yield considerable revenue

1 Found him a faithful toiler ;earn this amount with any degree after the fourth year. It is true there

I i Up the old ditch to Syracuse of certainty each year how many is a waiting time of three years but
Back to the brickyard junctionThe acres would the northern, eastern or that Is not long and in the meantimewe
41 [ Betsy Jane had sluggishly western farmer have to till and cultivate have as heretofore, the whole ten

TXR. ... J. HICKS Performed her toting function. ? That ia to say an. average acres under grass for hay, say $14 to
MJ Phyaldan farmer on an average farm. In) those $20 an acre net'and clear. For the
and Surgeon "Them was the days," said Skipper sections of the country it is quite an first three years we can have at least t
.. farm that
r, Bill exceptionally good would eight acres under vegetables which
Office Phone. "I allus like to treasure year in and year out, yield to the own- should net .$1,600 to $2,000 a
year.
'
II IIf State. Bank Bid. Office 41-Rea. 40 A 'low bridge' call it also gives er $40 per acre revenue over* -and After the third year we must be content -
L M' My heart the same old pleasure.Jyl above all expenses. It would be bet with five acres in vegetables, net-
When the Betsy Jane was new ter to count on not more than $20 an Ung'say $1,500 (this is not out of the
f Bargains I Bargains! Bargains t She was a floating palace acre clear net profit. A farmer then; way> and five acres in grove nettingthe

r ',, Dollar Day, July 11. Ve took our wedding trip aboard, .' must have at- least 100 acres ;rem fourth year some $200 art acre,
Me and my lady Alice. which to be certain of. an annual'in in- or "say $1.ooQ. but with an ever-in- ,

come.of $2,000" and in those.climates creasing revenue year by'year.. A
"After that trip she said aa howA no one knows Det"'r-.tbaJ-the farmer grove in its tenth year'should yield a

r J. W. Thompson floating life for her sir himself what strenuous .labor'-it' entails net revenue of $500 to'$600 _n acre
,; ) I said a life ashore--but, no to approximately: even reach that or even more.

Nothing could budge or stir, sir, amount. "Here is your insurance; here is I

My lady from her cosy placeOn YIELD FROM TEN ACRES. your old age annuity; here is your
deck there in the moonlight, "Ten acres in Florida are equivalentto provision for your family, and your
Y, , FUNERAL DIRECTOR Or from her tidy cabin with 100 acres in the north east and grandchildren. What other state in i
I
aDdLICENSED The dinner laid in noonlight. west, for if properly,-and intelligently the Union can offer such opportunities <

j farmed the annual net income clear such certainties for easily gained
EMBALMER "Then when. the little shaven came and above al lexpenses, from such livelihood T And with it all your home. ,
I see them still around her- acreage should easily reach $200 an "This is indeed the climax. Yoour !I I

She looked a queen, ahd fairer than acre. home. No rent, no need for mortgages I
She was when first I found her "This' by *no means an excessive no interest. With such a rev- ,

_f. Store and Chapel, Stewart AT*.. '' There standing Ill the golden' haze estimate. On the contrary-; ttf basedon enue assured any mortgages raised or j
Of glorious September; figures showing fact alld- ield. capital borrowed with which to make''
+ >[LR10/ZL FIMUDA.No. A little country Jass I love considerably in this
per acre excess pf the start can soon be paid off and aft

,...... . And always Will' remember. amount. that But each it i is acre baaed will on the.yield,supposition at err that of untrammelled comes the supreme ownership satisfaction All. G G (E G :

4' "Heigho! The old day* were. too good least ,two crops in a twelvemonth.:\ you have, all your surroundings are
SixSixtySix'tor To last along forever, Three and sometimes four crops are own possession /
yours your disputed
r' Now, many a njght, there out in front obtained from bne acre of land without by no one
TJJ.h tnaerlpdoa peep.ssd She and I ; (
> .p.elaltj the shaven clever any special'call for extra strenuous "'The ernx. The keynote.The ;
'F MAUUtIA CHILLS *V rCVCR.i Smile back at in* her at the helm; labor Elsewhere in the Union place ;: !
19v.i or ate ...... will a-. ..., -, aad 'I way my band to greet them- this feat I* aa impossibility. belong sufficient to.for you.life No debt; -no penury; 1' ,

fi rX...... (>teu w i .oal. topTr will motIf Forgetting, that they're only dream, "A an illustration-of a three-crop for ; enough to provide,
-,' -, .**. M M flew .... .... Dreams com true wheft.- 111 meet rotation on 'a farm of ten acrea. 4.- your family; ample with which to
.Such i
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ad don MM grips or lckM.. 2S e.." ' .. a holding in Flor-{
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the
inf oat for. 1
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; CONSTIPAtEDTEOPLf :j I Ii EARLY SCOTS KNEW ": KISSIMMEE FURNITURE:


4 ; M_ CAN NOW FORGET( ILLS j Orange: Center II., r'' Prompt;;(CPrkklyAh Powerful',.Poke.Root and.Permanent PoUsriuA) I HOW"TO t HUNT CRABS COMPANY- .


Temperature the past seven days: ' i .k '.
Its beoeAda1 ef. 8tubb nl ears Good Msulu irs
Thousands of 'Former Sufferers Now low average; 67; high' average 90. f ert Sr. usually yield... P. P. Py lattinr-it ewe expedition of Glasgow antiquar- '
Happy Through Taking Dodson's, Hottest p. m.. 93;; coolest night;, 62. '. fait verr quickly NWostlio medt. you toata*Wired- lens recently- made' important" disco. Under Entirely"New' Management.

'U 'Liver;ron ; Instead of Calomel.- Sorry ilor the people of the unto n- '- eries on the island orHJronsay. off-tIle FURNITURE'
fortable north country but that coast of Scotland, which Jt la believed 1!
1- .,, their little'red wagon I. "We'should ., P. p. P. will be valuable in,solving the. problem k

\ Ious[ from
,Many thousands of people, ,have Our Kitchen to o
worry. 'long, hot, dry spell .la of chronological valation says: ,
;"AI .found 'that constipation Can now be "busted" and present indications .catfte the Pathfiinder./ The discoveries'show Attic! a Full and Complete. .Line;

safely and. easily1' overcome, in per us to' suppose that.the rainy season Is !Mates rich; red, pure blood-cleanses the' entire that at' one time-probably 20,000 ''

HAt "., fectly4.Fleaant', "manner, 'by taking' now on. Well, we are ready for.it, system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.: years ago-there existedon the BABY CARRIAGES

calomel Dodson,e which la Tone really in dangerous the place of too enjoyable and welcome times it, for in Florida that is if one.you of liv the t :A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin disease*.. dweller bores, of who Scotland nuderstood.prehistoric catching shore A' Splendid Line of Handsome Baby

large' a proportion of sufferers on the high ground. 'Drives out Rhsamstlssa and.Stop* the Plata) ends Malaria: crabs by means of traps'which' were : Carriages and GoCarts.Let us

'" Dodson's Liver Tone is made to Dr Mueller of section 26, one of our t is a wonderful tonie and body-builder.i Thousands endorse it. probably constructed' of willow'al'ld Show Them, to. You.BtClfCLES .,

take the place of calomel and has persistent workers, both with brain F AD SAVANNAH 'GATTINY sunk in deep water frequented by tile ;-
V. LIPPMAN CO.
been from, the first bottle put on the and brawn, is proud of twO successes ; w Crustacea.

Vs.. . "market It has none of the disagree- in two different lines. He has a patchof ''The value of the deep-se crab'. >er Johnson Bicycleswith Coaster
able features and after-effects of calomel tomatoes that have been "
-
? bearing an article of food had been learned by t
which it In..t.ct a form of mercury now for fourteen months and which man at that remote period and he employed Brake at a Bargain.issimmee .

: a mineriT find a poison.J. are literally covered with both ripe his ingenuity in supply that' '

Z. Roberson and all reputable ;fend green tomatoes and with blossoms. INSECTS CARRY MEDICAL SClfNCE.j delicacy for bi.'menu. JThe remains ( Furniture CO.i
local druggists positively guarantee ot He and his little daughter went fishing found on the island indicate that; It I .

refund purchase price (b0c.) of Dod- a few days ago and in three hours was the home of'men some time between I 310 Broadway. E. O. Garland
son's Liver Tone in case you are not 'caught': fifty-nine cat sh. Guess that's MANY FATAL DISEASES DISCOVfRSNfW GERM the later phases of the older Mgr.If ;
going aome..,- -- - \
'satisfied and will j stone -- '
entirely they recommend age and the earlier phases of
this remedy as a strictly We hear rumors of another business the newer stone that is to
That indelicate! little crawling' insect acre! say
vegetable-liquid, containing nothing to be launched in Orange Center in avery is A great' medical discovery has just between -Paleolithic and the Neolithic -
whose
short time but have been unableto drawing-room name pe- been made in Manatee county which
harmul.AijJt.
learn diculus vertimenti, but whose good old will undoubtedly bring world-wide ages. j
from its perfect safety, D d- J. W. Rigney particulars.has moved in to the Anglo-Saxon cognomen is louse, of fame to two of Palmetto's popular This strangeT primitive man enjoyeda YOU Are

Bon'n ver Tone not only leaves no residence of C. W. Sparh in section 23. which there are fifty or more slightly physicians, Dr: M. M. Harrison and diet more varied perhaps than that
bad effects, but works easily and Mr. Spahr recently put an addition to varying kinds, as far as is known, is Dr. F. F. Strong. They have discovered of the average civilized man today..
naturally} without pain or gripe and the house. This caused the neighbors the sale agent in the transmission of and isolated a new gerem which Hazel nutrwere to him the staff of ,
t
"Without interfering all with' your to. wonder if there might be Lyphus,fever, a disease sometimes call- i is'a blood worm and produces'a die, life according to many evidences
regular habits, diet or occupation. It thing else doing, but Mr.- Spahr is some still ed jail fever and famine fever, owingto ease they have named Filariasis. They, found among the refuse of his kitchen. THINKING OF BUILDING A k
is verey simple to profit by the experience a batchelor. its frequency in dirty conditions have sent the data relative to their He had in addition, however,
< of others and gain relief from Mr. Cooper of Kissimmee in where lice usually abound.Dr. discovery to the Journal of Medical l about two dozen varieties of mollusksto HOUSE OF ,ANY KIND; LET
constipation and sluggist liver nowWarning was Ricketts of the United States. select from and of
(trance Center! last Rim' !av knd! Mon- Science, a copy of which we have been remnants several ME FIGURES WITH YOU.
day.: Dame 'rumor he has solo; army,-while investigating -art-epidemic favored with. dozen differentTspecimens of fish were ... .
his place to W. ''A. Spence.says of typhus fever along the Mexicanfrontier There are hundreds of cases which discovered In his larder. He-enjoyed ""
several years ago,. allowed the flesh and.\ of the great' auk I AM ,
A. Schaaf and wife of Waycross, are being treated for typhoid, hookworm eggs PREPARED TO FUR-
himself to be bitten by an infected wild fowl which civilized would
Ga.[ were visitors at malaria, nephritis and other a man
our
Tuesday last They were burg delightedwith on louse' took the fever and died a martyr :.- !eB-
conditions, in spuite of the fact of scien-.e. realty infections by the bloom worm tinct. From all indications the prehistoric AT ROCK BOTTOM rg
of having to ride in the rain.T. Lice are 'not active parasites and acting alone or in company with other inhabitants of that region'mUlt

Stockholder. of the; Florida Fire & J. Stewart is slightly On the sick do rot voluntarily change; hosts, that pathogenic agencies," said Dr. Strong, have been mighty hunters and PRICES.W.n.ARNOLD'. e
Casualty Insurance Company are wn.rud list this week, but is busy shipping is, pass from one animal to another andj. our discovery, if confirmed by they fared sumptuously on the flesh
again .elling their atocK to any onions and potatoes just the same. They usually vie Iks sideways, arid unless the medical profession, will result in of red deer and swine. The antiquarians
s y j partial. who may make effort* by false !shaken off or travel from one host saving thousands of live in tropical believe from many discoveries
statements as to the value of the stock
to purchase It at far under Its value FARM PRICES FOR POTATOES t another by direct contact, stay by climates." made on the island that these strange
and'atockholderi are requested to communicate the animal 1 en which they were horn. They have discovered the specific savage men must have known something
such facts to the comBtockholdera 48 PER CENT. HIGHER NOW Their habits render them dan-
.k any sucking which will destroy the i Mood] worm and of the art of sailing in order to

pany. are al.o requested. to Washington D. C. gerous when they pass from a diseased cure the disease, and have had success have passed from the island to the
place their fire and all other Insurance -According to animal or man to healthy ones. in case discovered. Both mainland, unless the former was joined Contractor and Builder,
4 withtheir. own ompanyandinduce. figures published by the bureau of statistics I The louse ha three pairs of leg. Dr. Strong every and Dr. Harrison became to the latter by a strip of land
their friends to do the aame.FLORIDA ( forecasts in the recent
crop ), The mite or tick family is a large infected themselves during their inves- which has since disappeared. KISSIMMEE, FLA.
44 FIRE AND CASUALTY Agricultural Outlook, the prices of and varied one, and few animals in a
tigations Dr. Strong having had a Experts generally favor the theory
INSURANCE COMPANY. 2B3tNOTICE potatoes paid to the farmer on May 124 Sumner St.
natural state are free from them. The Phone 26C.
close call 1 before but fortu- : that these prehistoric men made -boats
1914
1, averaged 71.4 cents bushel recovery
a .
of They
mite has four .
pairs legs. are .
which is 23.2 cents higher than the nateely he is still alive and his active i by stretching over wickerwork frames -
t' : OF ELECT4r: N., not all blood suckers, some varieties brain work the skins of animals
spared to out other prob- slain in the
price for 1 ]J913
average May or a living on smaller forms of mites that I
In compliance with the law In such gain of about 48 per cent. lems. chase. Every evidence discovered 000000000000..0..0. .
in hair of ani-
burrow the hide and
cases; made and provided It in hereby In Maine where the this Dr. Strong is a noted-author, whose points to the fact that these people belonged
announced and declared. that an election price year mals. The real blook sucker is a large
If 'books are to be found in most medical to a period of great antiquity. #
will be held at Basslnxrer. Florida was 64 cents, there was a gain of 24 feeder, the female in particular swell- LAKESIDE NURSERY!
In andor sub-ftchool district No 4. on cents'per bushel over the price of May l.brtries and also an inventor note. Only two relics have ever before been t
the 61h day of July A. D. 1914. for the I 1, 1913 in Vermont with of 10 to double size as she engorges herself Recently he invented a method of con- found in the British Isles that threw .
; a gain
.
who shall the blood of the host.
of determining serve on Adder
a, a.purpose school trustees of said district for cents, the price was 77 cents. In Mas- Dr. McClintic of the United States verting saw grass into paper which he any light: on the period indicated as
the election and expects to see in practical operation that of the existence of these primitive '
h two years next after sachusetts there was a1ain: of 21 in
to fix the number of mills of district New York 23 army died of spotted fever Montana shortly.Dr. Scots, although a few sites have R.- O. FULLER
cents cents New
Jersey .t
I school tax to be levied and coll..cl'd1It from the bite of a tick off of a squirrel. ,
Manatee been known in
Mack Harrison is a the Hebrides and the
annually the said two '3 cents, Pennsylvania 27 cents; West 1 He sent there to investigatean '
was
I ortaJ" act county boy and his rise to fame will west coast of Scotland.
The I were. Virginia: 30 cents. In Virginia and epidemic, which had assumed fatal WINTER HAVEN, FLA.
at said election: give'pleasure to his number of friends.
North Carolina there increase
-.J. H. Walker Rr Alex was an proportions. He sought and established -
Ispectors
Sloan. C. W. Hilliard. ClerkEddle Undone 'of' 14 cents pere bushel, theprices on the source, experimented on Sarasota__ Sun.____ Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! Grapefruit Tangerine, Tar- .

I' :: by order of the Board of Public May 1. 1914, in those states being 88 himself and became a martyr in the NAMES- OF CITIES. Dollar Day July 11. diff Orange and Lue Cim
Instruction Osceola county this 8th ce.nte and 97 cents, respectively.South cause of humanity. Gong Orange.
day of June 1.14.Attest Carolina and Louisiana were While investigating the yellow fev- After the man from Keokuk has Bring out your Rusty Dollar on

} W. C.Chairman.W. BASS. the only states showing a decrease, er in the Panama Canal Zone, Dr. Lo- transplanted himself beyond the Hud- : July 11.Dollar. Writ for Price f.

r .: J. SEARS. Superintendent but with, a decrease of 14 centIn zear allowed himself to become infected son he refers to his residential! city as 11. \
Day, July
'f, South Carolina and 10 cents in Louisiana by the biet of the mosquito knownto N'Yawk. But he still calls the island t

i NOTICE OF ELECTION. the prices this year were $Ls1 have bitten a fever patient and died. upon which Wall street, Lieutenant '. '
.'. and $1, respectively.' In Mississippi, During these experiments; Dr. Wood, Becker, Lefty Louis and others have L ".'
v In compliance and with the law It Is In hereby such where the gain was 7 cents the price offered $200 each for citizen employes thriven, Manhattan, with a big accenton -
made provided. .
1 cases announced and declared that an election was 1.12, and in Alabama, with again who would allow themselves to be experimented the Man. Nevertheless, the real '
1 r will be held at Whit tier. Florida. of 3 cent, the price was $1.18. upon. Two Ohio men, native puts all' stress upon the "hat. j r
In and for sub-school district No. 8. doS IP the Central states the increase jn '
Messrs. Moran 'and Kissengen, offered All true, Boston men have a firm
for the
I' of July A. D. 1914.
r. the 6th day
purpose of determining who shall aerve prices per bushel ranged from 24 centsin themselves free, were bitten by infected I' "idear" that "Cubar" will remain in- TH E H.G.SIEVERREALTY ,.
:: >q as school trustees of aald district fori' Wisconsin to 36 cents in Indiana: mosquitoes, had the fever but fortunately dependent.
two years next .after the election and in South/: Dakota tnere was a gain 01 recovered. A Philadelphian can soot an outlander -
of district
to flx the number of mills j
" I,' . school tax to be levied and collected anI 41 cents at a price of 77 cents; in The flea infecting the rat is known l instantly by the way he refers COMPANY
nually for the said two years. New Mexico with an increase of .40 to be the carrier of that terrible dis to our biggest river. With him it is ,11_ '
.
The following were appointed to act cents, the proe was $1.10. The states NOT IN THE TRUST
election ease known as the plague, The bedbug -' the Delaware, with the pedals held "
said : ;
at
In.pactor.-: F. William. W. TU where the prices were lowest were 'another the skin-piercing and I hard upon the "ware.". .' I
I t" Godwin, June O'Berry. Clerk-John Idaho, Washington and Oregon, with blopd"sucking insects, is also a carrierof "' It is a never-ending-joke: with folks 10,000 acre Stock Farm, a barpda Jakra at eta, 'f .

:, ':.1 i "Don.Balsdep.by order ot the Board of Publlo gains of 18 ,cents, 10 cents and 17 disease. ., in Detroit how strangers will' say Dee- .. ' $5.00 per acre.a., .$-' el.s.- -:. ".rPrairie :, ".: j;.

; :Instruction Oaceola county, this 8th cents, sit prices of 48 cents, 42 cent That pestilent and murderous In- troit, with al] emphasis' on the first Land, Or..,. Grew. Hick Huaa.ockJ.aB4 TimberLands LaleJL j
-' '. day of '.rUIle-. lnf.- V.C.BASS. and 87 cents respectively. sect, the stable "fly, and known as a syllable. ." ... -.

Attest: Chairman.W. nuisance which bites when rain is sup- If you want to be right in the swim at AO Price aad .. Easy Terms.

.., J. SEARS. Superintendent COOKING STOVES IN GREECE. posed be in the air, is accused on when in the metropolis of Illinois you 2,000 acres Stock- Rand will xckaag half Talae. ..
fc good experimental'evidence of must Chi-caw-go, calling the "caw' as "
NOTICE OF ELECTIOW. According t6 a consular report, the infection of infantile paralysis.carrying ]''oldJim Crow would do.it. for ether real estate -:- -:- .-:-, -<- -<' .. fiY

," In compliance with the law In such several American firms have recently .. The nmber of diseases which can ]i Dpn't: ,, dare to say San Looie or Saint ".
;!\ t cases made and provided. It la hereby applied to the Patras, Greece, con- enter the body through the unbroken Looie or Saint Looa when in the Orange Groves all sizes'and prices
f j. announced and declared that an election sulate for information regarding the skin, but have to lie in wait for some hound dawg state. It's safe to call .

i!:. 1" in will and b.for held sub-school at Center district Park. No.FlorIda 5. market here for cooking stoves. Thereis bite, puncture or scratch made by the | Champ_Clark a worshipper of Secretary KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

1 on the 8th day of July A. D. 1914 for in the district no such general use jaws of a parasitic insect, is already i:i Bryan. Just say plain Saint ':
;;' 1 .the purpose of determining. of said who district shallerve of the) manufactured cooking stove as large and growing at a surprising j{ Lewis and you'll probably be asked to I I ,:.

i! +: for two as school years next trustees after the election is universal inthe United States, rate. There is no doubt that many of j I have a drink*. I asked a Washingotn I .
,:, I and to fix the number of mills of district where even the poorest home look the wound infections and septic fevers, I correspondent of a Cincinnati paper
I
school tax to be levied and. collected -. 'upon the iron cooking stove as a ne which ultimately result in damage to what he called his home town. -- : ,,

.. annually following for were the appointed said two to years.The act cessity.In the heart, kidney and joints, and masquerade "Usually h-," said he.-Philadel- ,
.; ;' at said election: this district the poorer people under the scrapbag name of I phia Public Ledger. r CARSON -1
Inspectors. A. Barclay Homer cook over an open fire, so far as they "rheumatism" are believed to gain access . :e
Partin. J. M. Bharpe. Clerk-Will Slmmona. cook at all. In the better homes the to the body through tle bites Tampa.-H. G. Warner will expend F" _.. INBVRANCE -- 1

Done by order of Board of Public stove is built into the kitchen, being made by insects. I $3,100 to remodel building at Wash- ..
:Instruction Oaceola county, this 8th a sort of table of masonry covered It has been well said that the strug- !ington and Franklin streets. V. E. Succeaaor to the Dozier Leitner Agency ,

.. day' of June "". .W. C.. BASS. with glazed tiles, with cast iron bask- ]les for the possession the earth isnot Spoto &: Bro. will erect stores at Nine-

$," Atte. .t: Chairman. ets of different sizes sunk into the ma- between man and man, but be- ,j teenth street and Seventh avenue; cost State Bank Building
., '. ... 3. BEARS Superintendent. sonry aa receptacles for the charcoal Wee man and insects. Example of $18,000. The value of new buildingsithinthe
------ ---- ----- erected -confines of
tlreOIrtht r ha1'eoat1vlrVegeubtuare 'thtrN'D'lal'kabJe-hruean-o-r-alng\' \ the-city-
'JlfOT.CE OK KTECUTOR. FOR FINALDISCHARGE. .boiled, drinks are prepared, light rieties of the insect creation are knownto proper went over the $1,600,000 mar
i, meals are fried or broiled. All heavy every observer. With the disappearance the past year. This does,not include C. A. CARSON, President. N. C.. BRYAN.,Secretary.The 1

> !. C..rt .< tae Co..tr ".>.... Stale .fIn meats and all fowls are sent out to of birds, now being ruthlessy any of the work done in, the suburbs

>,: Fl.rtd.re Estate. of Charles. Edward Ftank be baked at. public bakeries (which destroyed, the check against inset or in West Tampa. i Waters& Carson r

,_ tin Oaceola County. latter are huge brick ovens). All development is removed, and insects .. '
) Notice !I. hereby given' to all whom bread is purchased at the bakery. No must continue to increase to the seri-
,,. It may concern that on the Id day of Greek housewife thinks of loss and to humanity.
danger
ever ius
November, A. D. 1(14. we shall apply to pre-
f: the Honorable T. M. :Murphy judge; of paring bread in the home. Moses Folsom in Palatka News. No Reason
aid court .. jbdge nf probate, for. a The menu of the average well-to-do
Grocery Company
executors of the estate -
final aa
discharge
._ of Charles Edward Franklin, deceased home is not elaborate. The morning WILD_OATS.
> ; and that at the same time w* meal consists of a cup of black coffee T r*
will present out anal account aai. exeeutora and a piece of cold bread, wtih possibly .. (By; Waif "Mason.) Font -
of said estate and ask. for their You're' sowing wild oatsWilliam /
'i',' a bit of butter and an egg. For
k, approval.Dated A. D. 1114. midday meal there is usually meat, Henry[ Fitzpames, you're playing, with ,
. M..I.ht.. BREAKER, several vegetables, bread, and olives there, the dissolute games, when you I Wholesale and Retail Dealers la "
{ ELLA MFRANKLIN.. with cheese. For evening meal some should be'Sleeping you're still on the I When Kissimmee Citizens Show a Way '
a Executors.GEO. .
F. PARKER. what the .same fare is served as at I jump, a-painting the village clear]
: down to ; and ancient tradition -I GROCERIESWE :
Attorney. midday. At both noon and evening
f looks foolishly kind on chaps like There can be no reason why any _
meals the beverage is native wine.
reader 'of this who suffers from .
I tor- ;
NOTICE. .yeurself who are going it blind; it ,
Side dishes and delicacies are not u
4f. known. sals, "Let them frolic like lunatic I tures of an aching back, the annoy- .

y. ; Usslmmee, Fla., June 1, 1914. From this it can easily be seen that goats, for youths must be youths, and ance of urinary disorders, the pains! . . . . . . ... . ......... .. .. .... '< :f
To the Public Generally: elaborate cooking is not practised in I must sow their wild oats." But merry I'I'I and dangers of kidney ills will tail to ., sg %
interest ; heed the words ofa who has
I have this day disposed of my the homes of this district and that 'carousers who caper and prance must neighbor 0 SELL; : 0 WE BUY: ; ""t .'
in the markets known as the there is no great demann for such pay for the fiddler when done is- the found relief. Read what a Kissimmee -. 0 HAY, .. "
.. Rull Bass market and the Bass A> progressive kitchen appointments dance. Alas for the oats that you citizen says: 4 HIDES,. -
Bass market, to Mr. Henry T. Bass, are common in American homes. as carelessly sow! You find they are Mrs., R. J J.. Seaver, 324 Bermuda: ave4 GRAIN, ,"
who now becomes sole owner, and who thistles when started to grow, and nu", Kissimmee, says: "A dull, nagging 4 FURS .. $"' ''

will receive all monies due the late IN THE EXCLUSIVE CHICKEN SET. though you may live for a cycle, my ache in my back kept me in m s4> FERTILIZERS, . +
firm and assumes all their liabilities.I friend, they'll pick you and sting you ery. At times if I stooped or attempted 4> 0 WOOL '

thank our patrons for their many right up to the end. I sowed fifty to lift anything, it would hurt me 4> SHINGLES, .,
favors and ask their continuance to- Mrs. Goldvein of Cripple Creek, bushels and ew/u'Jy. The secretions : '
hav-I of oats that were wild, kidney were '4I > ..f ,
wsm my successor. ing come into a fortune while I was sowing I recklessly: smiled I unnatural and mornings felt all 4I > ORANGE BOXES. AND +
24-6t ORDIA BASS. lucky strike. set up a country home ; I laughed at the future and lilted I worn-out. I learned of Doan's Kidney 4> . ,.' .

neaer Denver, where she lived in style, gay tunes, and now I am old I am har- : Pills and began using' them. They 4> ORANGE WRAPS. 'ALt V "r ;'

.. RUNNING NO BISK. !bays the Rocky Mountain New One vesting prunes.: With ache. in my gave me more relief than anythingelse : .> .. .. ,:, .,
day while she was showing' some of body and grief in my soul, and doctors I had ever taken. The backacheleft VEGETABLE CRATES,' .. COUNTRY ..

One gloomy day a young countryman her" oldtimefriends about the place and druggists despoiling my roll, and my kidneys again acted regu '. .f' '. .I, '- --Selivr-.. VfJ
went to a'dentist to have a tooth Aey. came to the poultry yard, the wearisome knowledge my consciousness larly. Nothing' has altered my opinion CRATE ,NAILS,' '. .''. ,PBODUCJli.: '. '
"What beautiful chickens! the via- .
-
Chron-
extracted; -says-thsrplttebtng'! : tote.that- all of. .my' .of Doan'si Sidney,Pills since they \.r.

icle-Telejrraph., seeing the -patient'. tort exclaimed.: troubles are due to wild oats. Be wise cored: me." I have no objection: to the ..:'. .. .. ....i.i .1 fJ :................... ...: i
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obvious nerronsnesa the de tlat"iDr. "All priM fowls( baultily' explained in the morning of life, oh, be wise! continued use of my.. former' : ,,state i U a.ba..i.\ t --...-? )........ -c-' ....... ," I ',
the) hostess. . "" '_. a f" i
ment.
: '' And sidestep the bait of; the father of \.r'
"WonloJ y-on Iikagalt" '. "Do they lay every day" waa the lies for wasting the moment ''andsowing1 Price COc. at alt dealers., ,IXxrt simply w.IMID.t>gardea:aid. *f 'aU ...*".''"* '*' :? :' "

'--Wonld I like pat 1 Of coarse I'djI next question .. the wild oaU will lead yon to .ask for" a .''kidney -get w. fro i nodal .tteatle t* Mlag 4eit aaatlag. aad a.L !C' pard :
' ',' 'like guy nclaimed the irapatient.. *Ob,they,,eould;;'of.'course,...but> in chewing the.husks with.the. shots'- Poan's Kidney Pills-the same that J,. \ Froo eiettvery. te sty' II......" PV." No. JV/! ..q'C .. '. ''di .

. "Do you tCink/ I'm going to have you 'our,poAtioiv'it .s.not';; eC8U&I'7"tor-" .- lira Sear bad. .'Foster-Uilborn. a Co., .:'Wo. an arty' agoaU for g.'od. fsrtlUsoraT: : Aakas; !.fer ateaIUS aaI. "",,1\,4
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1:.. (Con ".**! tr-I tllftt&.). .. ', ..,..4 .... nd' 1I.- u-n--.r---r------ It I11 30 10 WoOe Cb D. :r. _: .11 Lots 2! and ii block 6L- '
\. .. ..nd 4t-------_..__.-_.,-._-- ,24 80 10 Ora.... V. c._:.. .99 Let 17."We ST__ .____.-.-.-.-.-.-_- 1Hssr.,, A., A '.ce I
Lot RI ___-__-__._____..?_.____., l' '7. 80 I Tuok. D. ___._ .7S Lot 7__.___ .. Hom"4t Ida. 1.11
Let U' __....._____...._...... ....w.Jr: 1 tV Kemn. L. VT. _. .1' Lot I'. -__.__.-.--- .___________, 1.17 80 i Unknown .1. Lot 17... bloek .. . ____ ...
: ,' Lot II _. ..... It. s 1. 15 )ICAIliter (i.",. .16 Lot N ____----r....._...__.._..___._ 14 I.T 10 I J: k,.. .7! I" 1. I. ... I.-10--,--block---- It---_-_-_---- 'UIIOWD .______ 111
L.ot.II 4$ // N.-- ___ It 1M >*,, paolt.; 1C .... 1.0' Lot Hope Lot __ 111
? 1 ; : = o U' h__-_____?___?___._____ 14 .7 10 5 H. ___ .71 ?
M1a Lo t3 __.._________.__,________ h a. ( ...rbar.. A. _-:__ ./! Lot U8 __.__________ ____? IC .1.0 I N.weli S P.__. .7' Lot .. 80-_ In" Co.L4. '.Ie
Lot Tt _____ __ ______ .... __ If fJ UIV. 6 Morrla. n. J,..-- .. 8eminoleLand, & lny. Co:. .. of L.t 10.block ______.______.____. MeDott ,
; t '1 ?.--'-.. .n..____ __... __ r: Unknown: .-..__ ..66I all except Umber I.a. to RI"lm- Let 12 81.---" -i..,,.... M. 1.11-.
:: J.. ot II ._...C.--_..._.__ __ 14 1* 1 Cnknown .16 Lumb.r '. ) block 1________________ ; !1
? -.w.- mete Co-________________.__ II 11 301.ot Lots 15 Junke
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___...h._. 1'1. t >* $ T rQ..r. P.:. P.-- ..IKI 11. block /1-_______ it.J.11.70.
ct t 8.minol.-L Lot 18, block Hays ___
;" eV: l.* "1n'r Srlr.irR 1e i 8 ___ _____ .:_ \:_____-__.__-at.___ II 1130 6 W.rd. 'A. :r. ____ ..,1 Lots U and II,11---block8._ : .__.___ ._____ 1.11
r alt _.________.. __ ___________, n _. __ ____ "
. .. ;'.ot. 7 a..d 10____ _______________.____ II 17 81) 10 Klmball Lot _
a Lot ______. _.__. ____...... .__,. U E@ H Patteraon. R._._ .., 1. Mo__ ... 15. block 81__________ _.__ 'JI.bwarea W. 1,96 .
I Lot
II ________. .:_____.__.___________ 15 17 10 I R. Lot _
Waloh ___
; t-, JS _ .._______... __ .._ __ ____ 33 t. "@ ( Small. U. W.____ .'1'l..ot UI ____ ____________ 11 11 80 6 LR..13.71 9. block le____.__-____________ Fallow, 8. .. 1.1.
Lot ________h..O_ _..... -_.___ H 34 3@ t Berkley. Q L.51 i lI..mtnolft: -iand-&- --lny. Co:. Sub-dlv. of Seymour Lot n. block '8_________________ Unknown .:___ .
Lot.1 _.' . .. _. st I' 36 6 Porter.. W.___ .tl rill timber lease, Lot 18. block 65. _______________ __ ___ 1.80 '
l.w.in.M Sand. iai. "A x 3441-1.. .d except on all "KC..pttll'J Lot 18. block 71-- Dle.r.on. O. W. 11)

r. .n ...1rOf1o."S' ad $U'Y-. ___ _' U It 30, Lot I '4 Jf_ _tiE % to KI..lmmpe Lbr. Co. 18 t1 80a Lot U. J1Iock 7E c---------- SeminolenLand I.II

\' \J.. Lot 4 _. .'_ _ _ ___ u___ -__ !:J U a" 6 Dick. Mr. D.__ ..16nick. List I : :. : : :::::::=::::::::: :::::::::::: U 21 27 :g 6 6 8een't; !._H.=:: :H Lots 18 and 17. block : ... .= k
Lwt 8 _ 3 38 JIt. 5 .. Mrs. D.__ ..65I -- TC___ _______ Plume CD.J 15
Lot J JI 76 _ _ _ ____ ___ _ -
__ __ 18 / ,__
__ __ 17 30 II __
and-- . _ _ It -- Akin F. _______ .11 Lot. II and blook .0____ __ - -
ions 46 D 544 10 Draper. O. ,B.1.1' ____ .__
I -- I Lol __ __ __ 1. .
Nil ___ _
_.._ _
18 Tilton
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___ .__ ___. ____ __ u .oo. _ 273ft 5 Corcoran. :J. __ .71 Lot. 16 and block 60________ B. R____ 4,
9 Let pis n U 30 6 Unknown ____ .66 1. _______ .t.;, 1,11
- J Lot 105 __ .. .. ___ ___ J r
._ __ __ _ '
_ 18 n Rose
ao 5 Randen. A.. 0.__ Lot ZII, block J. __ _
.nd .12 __ _
L Late In 1" .. .. . . 'e" IJ U a0' 10 WI11s. C. A'____ 116 I I..nd 11 _________________ n 1.81
o IM iD U H 3"" 6- grown. C. J.---- ..15N'eabet. BettEnole & Inv.- Co'. Sub-dlv. of Lot 14. block 12______ ______________ Unknown _
;, t. -j.--'r;: -- -- -- --.-- --.-- 17 27 80 Lot 8. block ____ Wlnnina I. ._ 1.11
t ewlArale Iane: a h. u $",, ---------- __ ___ ___________ E.
. .1 l.ot I. _hh _ ______________________ 17 17 80 5 Boardman. C. A. .11 Lot H. block ___- Ca..y. Lot. ____
u a.tJ: ____.. . . _n____ ._ U YR 30 Lot 1M i __ 84 __________________ 1.11
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.. _, _..:-u_______________ 17 17 80. II Mock M. H.____ .11 Land ;
_.. lemlnoll
i4.1 ._ . .. ._ ..___ t/ 2e 3'6 H. C.___ ..86Muell.
1, LM 34 21 2C 31\ 6 n. __ ____ .88 Lo I[ 41, _____ _ _______________________ 17 27 110 5 Alexander J. M. .12 Lot tE, block Rl- .____._ I
.. 24 SR 30 6 __ .86 Los I .7 and 111 _____un____________ 17 Z7 30 10 Dlne J. C.un__ .n Lot 5, block SR_::::=:___::::::::::::_. Crim, T. H. 1.1 ',
.t:: :: _ :__::::::..:::. 24: 2R 341 G Ludlow. nE.SLoMs .-.. ..85Rhoadea. "mlnol." all lanA k Inv. Co.'. Sub-dlv. of Lot 1 Mock Ab-___ Unknown ::::: :n

..' .."', H .. ___ n_______ II 20; 30 10 C. B.__ 1.28 blocks 104. 105 and west half of Lot block S8.______________________ Unknown __h__ 1.1
IA4 41 . .. . . -._.__n_. ____ II 24' 30 5 Unknown ______ .85 r t 106 and Beir' S. K Cor. of Blk. Lot 1 block _____________________ Pelper H. ______
I..., .. .. .. __ ________-:;.___ II 2C 30 6 Hallett. M. C.._. '.86 then run W. 1.086 ft. to Maa*. Ave.: Lots and 7. block .7-----____ __ Hopke. H. ___ 1.11
9st n ___ . .. _ __u______-.____ 24 28 30 6 Unknown _. .___ .85 I S to Luke Ruunymeite.. thenHouthcHdtprly Lot R. block 67---__ Martin. J. Fi_ 1.26
l.or 'S . .. ___,1.__________ 21 28 30) 6 folium. A. M._ ..85ClIiKfermiin. to N. line of lot 6. Lot 19. block 87_______________________ __ M..ter80n: i.Jl
Lota tT and 112 _ _______.________ 24 28 30 10 S. B. 1.26 then block N 106. then. E. to Conn. Ave. Lot 9. block 89________________________ Reynold., W. r. .11
i.ot 116 . _ ___ P8 80 fi Ctirti. A. H _.'_. ..86I to n /( being a part of plat 31- ,?- Seminole .
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... ....r 11' __ .. .. . .. __n__________ "- .- .. iW D nunn..r. .... n.__ .,," of_ Ilunnymede -- ___________ __ 32 27 11 Lot 10. b pk 89_______________________ Inv. Co -0 Il
IAt 1/f ..- ___ - _ _____.---u----- 2444 30 6 liuhner E. M.__ .H6 I-om 347. 2
Lot liS __ -_h __ ____ ___u__________ 24 28 31\ 5 Clark JI' M..___ .86 > Inv. Co____ __ Z 89 Lot 22. block _____ ____________?___ M..Lan. Wm. __ l.n \
Iot 111 __ 2P8 Sr) G Clark (l. B.__ _ .86 : all Kracll Land & Inv. Co' Sub-dlv of Lot 18. block 90______._____________ __ 1.1
Seminol Land &0 Inv. Cn.'s oSIj'lvt; ;; except NW% of SEVi and ? Bemlnol. LdMd .

1 all ____-___ ___ ____.____ _.___._-___ 26 28 30 Lot HKW 317 of HR--_ .____________ 6 26 11 Lot 9. block 90__________________ ____ DJ: ,
; Lot 4 ______ __ _ _ _ __ ___h.u_ 25 26 311 6 iefenhakel J.I. ..66Lot. 318. 324. 351 153. !IS. 3S4. 500 6 26 31 10 Semlnola Land< Lots 23 and 24. block ________ ? o.ri::= U

.; 7 and 10.. __ __ _.__n___.____.'__ 25 2/1" 30 10 l'erringer n. __ 1.25 Lot Inv Co.-- 603 Lots 1 and 19. block 92_______________ . 1.95 .
Let IIR .__..n_ ___. ______n_____ ___ 25 2R II 6 PadJ(8tt. J. 0.__ .R5 443 Towrt_ ; _- ___ 6 26 31 1 !% Whetted S L-. 99 Bnminnle Lend do

Lot III nn_ _ _____. ___ __ __ ___ 25 2C 31\ 6 RobJI' C._____ .85 Colored ln'sr; ;; Land Lot 10. block 92 __ ___________ ____ __ Inv. Co..______
Lot II' ___'_. _ ___ __._ _-- ___ 25 26 34Vlr..hauorh.. \\'. 1If. .k6 & Inv Co.'e Rub-dlv. of SEVi of 8E 4. 6 28 31 Lnlll 7. S. 9. 10. 11. ] Y. block __ Wlt..r. A. S.n__ 21
r- Lot 4. block C_.__ Unknown 1. 9 .. Lnnd& 1.2'
I 1..01. 88 n' 25 28 311 6 H. __ .k6 Uh .72 .
i Lot n __ ___- __ - _-----------------_ 26 2R 311 6 Mayer. A. __. .S6 Scinlnolc land & Inv Co'.. Sub>dlv. of Lol 21. block 95 r In. 1 o- lt' -

, IAt .1 _______ __._ ________________n_ 116 244 :l1I Ii 1111.. A. FJ .AS Krnctl P3H and SE of 8\V% except Lot A. hlnrk 100--------------____-__-=_ Hall.tt. M C.___ ,
Lot Ion ___ _ _____- ___ -. _-n__ 25 U 30., 5 !lfo'k. H. I. u_ .R6 Lake Front Addition__ __ __ _______ 33 25 30 LOI 24. hlo.k 102.-______ ____ Mock. S. L._____ 1,18
tiI Lot IJZ ____.. . __ _____ .__ _ _ _u 25 2R 30 6 AII'n..J ___ ____' ..R6IAI. Lots T. 8. 25. 28. 39. 40. 57. 68; St. 70. 7L Lot 1. block 104_______________________ Masks. J. F..__ 1.10
lit and IU _. __ _..---- - -__-. 2!, 26 30 III i2ral F K _ ___ 1 2Rv 72. 69. 90. 91, 102. 103. 104. 121. 122. Lot ]13. hlok 1DR_- -h __ Plump. .. ____ 125

? Lot 111 ____ -- - .. -- -- .. .------ 25 26 3" 5 Unknown u____ .85 :lr 123.,&. :124., I 133.: 134. 135. 136. 153. 154. Lo,, I and 2. block 107------4________________ .t TOml nllon. A. 1122 1
1(54.( 186. 16A, 167 168: : .. ;
15 1.01. it .
8.minola Land 4,111' e :.. :;"II..dlo. ( 1417 And 1. blok 109___ _ _____ 8. H .
all .n__. -__ __ ____ 26 24 30 1.6. 1644 IH 9. 196. 197. 198 19\1.! 101 5. block _ ________ _____ ___ Unknown ___- 1.2S
Lot. 24, 39. 42. 44. 93 104. 112.. 244 20 3" 3;;; H..mlnol.. Lllnd & 200. 217, 21H,, 21fl 221 221 222. 227. S..mlnol. Land &

r Inv ('0.. u _ 3.511 22K. 281 23(1 231. 232. 241)). 250 2'il' 1 Late N. 9. III hlock 110 ___________ __ Tnv. Cn __ _ 1 911
Lot 4 ___ _ 26 24 :44' 6 Hull. M B _ _ .k6 262. 2B3. 254. 2BB. 268. '259. 280. 211. Lot 11. hncki"O '_ ______-.__ -- nllver. T. S"h_ 11.41
+ Lot 27 __ n. h ___ __ .n__ ___ ____ 26 26 3" r, \1'4411x. I; H .65 JR2. 263, 264. '281 282. 283. 284 285. Leta I . 6. R. klok nu___________ Tnkno.n hh__ 166 .
I..tIl4.47.a _ . 26 2R 3" 15.l>onrn"'r.\\'A 1 C8 2A6. %H1. 2X8 290 291. 292. 293. 294 Lot 2'1.' hlork llfi 15 ____ 'el..I, H. 94.44.
Lot 115 __ __ ---1 _. ___ __ - ___ 26 26 31' r.Vhll... N R--- ..85I.ot 29B. 2911. 113 314. 315' 816 317 SIS.31'l. Lots' and, 1. block 115---_-_-_-_-_-_-__--__-- C _ 1.21

70 ___ _ __ - .___ __ _n_ 26 26 30 5 Unknown ______ .S5 322. 323. .124. 326. 326. 327 128.14B I Bemlnole Land
Lot 75 __ u __ . ---- 26 26 .3" 1 I'nknnwn H5I..t : 348. .147 34S. 349. 350. 355 3S6. Lot 5 Jlork 11R __ ___ '
' 7R _ - - . .. .- .. 2'; 26 3. S Fhrr mnn.t N -_ or.Lol. 357. .IBS :.159. .IfiO. 377. 378.; 379. 3Rd. 101. 12. 1. 1binrk- --120yr--------- ____ K r.toJR-::: rn .l

J', RI and 94-- _ _ __ _-_ -' _- 26 26 3.., In "An'. W If _ 1 26 INJ.: I 3449! 30(1. 3Q1. 392. 393. 394. .US. --: ? . &

Lot .7 _h. It u - -- 2" 26 3'1 6 'Arl."n. U ..N5i 3"8. 4ll.r. 406 4(17. 408. 409. 410 411.] Lot 4. block ] 2l. __ R..r Co.___ ___, 10&
e Lot 101 n' . - . --- -- - - 26 26 3" 5 Pnknown __ 445J 412. 422, 423 424 425 426 417. .*". .' --------h '.. Land k ;

...ot 111 __ _ _ .. .. ___ --. - 26 26 3" & Unknown ___ - A5 437 4.1H 4.VI. 440 441. 442 4iT. .... Lot 3. I hlok 1'___ ______________ __ Rc1 1.66
Lot 114 _ u _ .. .u - -- -- 26 26 a.\. r. trnknnwn ______ .06 4B!> 460. 469, 470' 471. 472 48*. 4.'. Lots I and 9. 122_ 1'n. 0w:: 1 36
I Lot 124 __ . - - .____ __L.__ _ 26 2" 3" Ii Unknown _ - H&l..ot .,411: 412: 511. 502. 503 604 _._ f! 25 30 190 Bo} ee, tt. I7" 317 Lists:: ; fi block 2449__::::::=:::::::: i
125 _ .. -- . -- -- 26 26 3" 5 "A\'I" n \\' .RS S.'tnlnole Land & Inv Co's Hub-4lT. of : r"j..n: d-k 214 t

Lot 1111 _ - - -- -- -- -- . 26 26 3" 6 Unkno..n . ..858.inlnole l rra< tl I'; '-.. oNI'I| t Lake Front Add'1 26 a.1II .. Lot 3. hl.I, 12n____ -_________ -. ._ _ 1155 ,
Land & lnv Co 's Suh-It, or tion _ _______ 30 V' '. I.Rnd'k
..U ___ __ .. .. Lots' 72. RA. 1R4 166. 1S9. 198. 111 j Lot R ___ J
-- - - - -- -- --- 26 3nLota 7 hl..k 14. ________ __ 01 -- 9 71 _
I 17. 16. 23. 26. 32 4671.. 944--_ -. ,t 2b 3" 40 R'mJnol,' Land & 212. 317 351 444 h. u _..- I 28 31 16 S.Miiinol.Land & I :: block ; ,rrl.hf.. ::: 1 21 -

Inv ,'" 3.96 Inv. Co- _ 801 I ii.lt: 12. 13. binrk .C=:::=:::::::= greIlnnU: '_
Lot 8 __ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ 27 26 3'6' 1II,1I..r., It S NS Lot! 9"I I 26 30 1))H Unknown ,99 1 I d11 s

Lot 4t __ . _ _- -------- ---- -_ 27 26 311 6 Kld"h J II k6 Lul' __ u. 1 26 36 1Sa nkno"n -- ----_ .99 I .. and 9. block 118 ____________ .. ._ Inv Co h ___ 301
Lot 60 ______. "I IP7 __ 28 SII ] yi Unknown . 1..tR 'II' anA __ AtorAell. -
.R8 _
An Ii Unknown _
s ----*------------------- 27 -fI h -- ---- 1 28 1'' 1. h'o.k 18 ________ I So
Lot /6 __ . .. 1' .r. Lot 22" 30 I Unknown Lots I 13 block _ 6
- --- --- - -- -- - 27 211 144' r. :-"rnrnpr. ( J -- -- -- --- I' h .99 : : It Fm..rson F 1
is Lot .4 - . 27 26 3" r. Unknown Rfi I.n'' 22K.ol ,- h -- -- I J 28 311 ] Unknown .99 I tut Mork i ; 117 _ :::::::::::=:: r I S f5 1
Lot 10C _ _ ..N5Iot 229 26 30 1 16 Unknown I I.Ols 10. 11. 14. block __ _. ::
-- -- -- ---- --- 27.26 all r. Unknown - -- -- .1'9 ____________ 'r''n ."
I 24 18
111 __ _ ,. _ .M5 Lot 249 .. __ 30 I mery J. s ___ Lend
h - --------- ------ -- - 27 26 311 5 \\'lnnln..1. I; --- I .99 & \
Bemlnole I..nd &: Inv. Co.'. Ruh.dh ofdl Lot 262 - - 25 30 I Olenn. B _ .n Lots 7 and R. block __ 1 104

__ __ __ -- .. .. ---00-------.. .. 2M 26 30 Lot 822. -. . _- J 26 30 1 Tlbbetts. (,W .99 List 13. hlock 1444____140-________ _________ W :. c rr:::: 1 21
r Lots 85. 58. 11.75.97, 1/)6.___ _____ .____ Y4 26 80) 30 R..mlnol.. Lund '" Seinlnole LxnA & .Inv. Co 'a Sub-dtv, of 3 List 144. hlok 18__ __ __________________ Rat S. F '- __ .
F 3 1Y4r _ 26 SO Lot M. ______ Unknown___ ___ S1 .
lIv!; Co.----- HLot. - hlotk ______ _________ 1
,1 111.n_______. __ 2. 2' 10 III ;7.ohrllkl... F I,._ 186t I Lota 141. 14. 14. 19. 10,17. 172, ITS. List 5. ( 10 hnh_ _____ ____-___ Rob..r!.. J W _ 1
7 Lots 1 xnd 16__ __ __ _____._____ ___ __ 2H 2C 31\\ 10 Rrnwn 441' 8 _. 1.211 178. 36S. 371. a..mlnn' Land Z '
r+ .r A Lot .1 ___ ________ _______n______ __ __ 2H 28 30 6 Unknown _ _- .M5 398.: 403.: 471. 490, 505- 3 2 30 Z Semlnole Land & '.ot 23. hlk 1fi0__ Inv. Co ___ _'_ 161
1 Lot .1 ... _________.. __ 2M 26 30" 5 Auzter H A.__ .M5 3 28 UTT'"V- Co,_____ List. A. hlolk 16L-r- -_--__--_---_-_-_-_-__-___- Pr..ton. R C 1 .
Z
div. 30 II" .
-t Seminole Land & Inv. Co. Sub of I 1.019. - ,. I "unknown Land k r

1 i E% of ER and 8W% of NE44 and :Lot II __ _ ._ 3 26 30 1 ---- .99 I.t A block 161__ _________ _________ inv.
I ;, .. Lot 23 .. _ 3 26 10to 1 .III" I 13. Mork644__ RlbbinR.oE-E=::: u:
N / gUnknown
SL ----- -- -- -- 29 U I"r ) -- .99 .t _________________
Lot Ib ____ __ ___________.!. ___ __._u 'Y9 2C 31\\ 6 R'ml"olp fend &: I List 24 -- ._ 3 3 26 ] nown .88 List 10. hlo..k 12_ ____ __ Unknown h __ t
I' : Inv Co- __ 1.16 I List 271 .- 28 10to 1 Unknown .IIII .99 Ln[ 7. hlock ------n ___ Unknown __ t
'" Lot 17 ___ _____- -_-_____--.___________ 2f' 26 30 5 Warnpr. E M.__ .M5 I List 271 .--_ 3 16 1.-4} Unknown .09 List A. block 111___-_ _- _______________ Rallard. H. h-__ ,"
Lod IT and 4/_ _______________________ 29 U 31\\ 10 Empr"on, F.. _00 6.MM List 271 .-.,n-__ 3 28 10 I % Unknown ------ .99 I.t 15. block ____________________, Unknown 161 _
I. Lot 41 ___ .__ .. ___________ ___n______ 29 t6 EO Ii J.m..reon. F. ___ .85 Lot 2/4 .- .. 3 24 10 1 Unknown -IIIII .99 lute 18 and 17. block 167______________ CIRrk. R A __ 1411

I 4 Lot 4. ___- ___ ____ __ ---n------------' 29 28 30 5 Clark. It. A.__ . ..86I List. 311' _,.__ 3 3 28 10 1 Unknown _nn_ .t9 Ipls 7 and H. hlopk 165_____________.__ S."ton.V .li._ 494 r 't
8.ml.ol. I..nd Inv. Co. Huh..dlJf J04 -_---- --------- ---- 16 10 1 Unknown --- .99 tole. II, 1D. 11. 12, block __..________ - - Msliett n __ B4 '
.' ', EK'of' NE'4 and lot 4-------------- St 26 30 I'Luis 306 and 306 -,- 8 16 10 3 HFllnt. O. H__- 8.13 Lot 18, hlok 1.1 ___.___18_________,____ Kirk. T . 111.34 ;
7..44 54 __ . _ .RI .ot 361 . .. f 16 10 Let 3. block _____ Pacht" M _
,. C' H-- -- - -- - - -- 3E 244 30 I 6! Vl\known - - a Unknown.- _ .99 17 ______________ 420
-- ., &..01 DU ____.. __ _ _ ____ _ _ . .. 32 III' Ii Unknown _ ." .ntm n Ann aiA-n Ant. J 10 :-- .. Lot /. Mock ______________________ .. Bickford. (- _ i\
'0 ______ __ __.. _ . Let; 467 : : = : = ::=:=== = =: 1Hemlnole .H J Lot 1' It
.f Lot $6 -- 32 2 6 341 5 JiRnlt'r. N' 1\1 .H6 -- -- Z iRjt' 0. ._:__: :,99 II. block 17 _________________ -.r R""clal. H __ .
I' J .:( dJ Lot. UJnd 79------------------- __ ___ 32 26 341 10 "'nl..rJ I. 1.28 l land. & Inv. Co:. Sub-dlv of 4 T : __u I.U ?,

,.. &. Inv: Co'j Sub-dly. of 8S U 80 NK',4: and EV4 of NW14 and W%j, of List I. block 172_. ____ ______._____ S..mlnol. Land k ,\
f an .xcept 044 J : j, of NEIL and S% of ? HKVi except Ry right of : 16 tO, List Mock 172- -- b 2. r Co__ ____ 151

\ BEl(. n_______________________-'___ 33 26 30 Lot 229. 421. 422. 423__ ____way----T - 16 to 5 Seminole &. Lot 1.. block 174_______-__-_-_-_--__-_-_____-_- urU.. A. H n_ 'J

J. r Lota 1 and 18.___. _______________ ______ 31 26 311 10 8lraub n P _ 1.25 Inv. Co.Lnd______ Lot 9. block 175_____.________________ Unknnpn [,_____ 11. ,
\ Lot 17' _____________________________.... __ _ Lot 191 4 I Unknown 2.8 Lots
83 Z8 ao 6 Rogers S. .MII -- -- -- -- ------------------ 12IS I -_____ 19 and block 171______________ 1.11 I'
.. Lot 19.2.-________ _________ _______ _= U 26 31\\ 6 W.IIs. A. I\f..___ .H6 lot 228 4 I Unknown ____ I 8.minole !& '' .

Lots II and 18________________________ 3S 'Z6' 30 10 Morgan, II. __ __ 1.211 Lot* 216 --------n------------------_________ ______________... 4 28 80 1Jj Unknown ---_ __ ..9 Lot 8, block 117_______________________ Inv. Co Lnc___ I.
,u Lots 47 and 10____-_________________-_ II 28' 80 10 Col..man. C. A.__ 1.28 Lot 156 ---.----.--------1.-------_- 4 11 !U 1 Unknown ____ .9' S..ruole Lne. 1.1

Lot 14 ._____________________________ U 18 80 5 Miller J. W_.__ .85 1..01. -------- 1Davis. F.. R-___ .t.'l and I. block 179.--_____ ____ 1.11 ;
nr' Lot 71 "_-_--.. -- -- II 28 ao I Mute..on, J. W. ..868emlnol. C. \V. DoopV ubrdlV.:. f Lot iTlIIII_.. u 80 . and 4. block 11._____ _._______._ Lanier. H J.__ 8.11 I
: ;.S"'i bijv-: L ? I
I ; Land Inv Lot 9 and in. block D-------------I-i Doop, a w._-.:. 1.U iat 11. block 1.0.._,______._____..__._ 5 Moreland 1). A._ 1,58 I' ,
an .KO.pt SW" ot SW.d--__..__. 24 38 10 Ylnirllnfr A Doop [ .ot 10. bleak 1B1--- Unknown _:__._ 1.10 :
LOt ... .. ._. ....._.__ .. .. and 48 ..._ __ ...._....... is ao Wllklneon r ,'
1' Il . ... ,.?-;, r.. 34 111.0 II nAn. E. E. .88 j- 1 int. 18 and 14, block 1.1__________._.. J. L. 1.80
Lot ,.:__........._-..: ..-_:.._........_.. 14 18.0 II Hrumby M.L__ .85 Lot 4. and SO.bloat B______-..-.____. Cary W. Lot 17. block 181___________.____ '. Wlkln.on. I A. 8.1C !.'
Let -.-._..,._--.------.?-,-..,?-- 14 III 811 ,5 1fVnneyt A. H.86 N. W. Folaom'a Bub-dly. of lot. E0 A 41 1J' IJO li.U Lot 19. block 151_____________________-_- ._ ___ 1.'Q '
Lot f' ._______-".-_.._________ 84 III an 5 Wlllaon R. J._ .85 'Bttg. 140 feet eaat of N. W. Cor. of lot List. !A. block 18L___________________:_ Wllklneon. W. A. 1.440 ,, :'
'Lot --___:________________ 34 28 30 5 Hewett C. __ .85 3fc run east 60 feet south 150 feet. -7 List.. Z. Mock ] MI.__ __________________ Orav... V (_ 1.11 11
Seminole Land k Iny. Coa Bub-div. or weal 50 feet north 160 feet_________ Unknown. __ u__ 2.2G List hlok 182 __ -__________ 'offman J h 1844
all except : E',4 of NW'4u - 35 26 31t M t. Cloud. '- Ln[ 1block ___ __ _________________ Rlalre E M. 114 '
1' Lot II _ __ __ __uu----- 35 U 30 R Unk"own _ _ .A5 Li,t 16. Mock 2.. _. ____ ___ _____ _n_ Steen, M. R.__ __ 1.21 List 9. Aleck lA6_____ __________________ Fllnl. C .t t.711 1
Lot 45 --- .-'-u_ _ .. _ ___ 35 26 30 Ii' 0.,11.; M _ ..H5r (,,122. blork 3 -- -- -- -. -- -- Seminole Land & List black IA8----_..___ ______ Tnmllnaon n J 10112
I; t 101 ___ _____ ___ 1 Plke. F. .
o u --- -- -- --- 311 24 30 6 Unknown _ ..Hr.Lt = 1 51 1.02 2, block 6. __ _ 719
tl F 106.- --- -- ---- --__ ___u._____ 36 26 30 Ii C.III. II l4. .06 1..12. Mock 4. ____ ____ -__ n Kl i.C-i- 1 21 List 9. hlok ___-_-__-_-___-_-_-_-_-_-_--____-_ _- IieRman .J \' 420
1 r :; 309 and 116- .. - -- 35 26 344. 10 flow, R. I' 1 126 Lot 8. block 4 .-- -h-- ----- 121 Lots Ifi and Arnnke. T _ 540 "t
i, Seminole I Land & inv, -C 'e Aub-div of (Loin 16 and 16. block 4. _ __ .__ ___-__ Wright, O. M. 794 Tut. T xnA l6.b gkkIU_:::===::==:::: :) hle.. F L '

IIU- Lot IN. block 4 ___ _ ___ h.o_ Stebbene. E. H __ .t 4. 5. 4. block _________________ Iltlx. 1S' .1 = 3U:
: : ::::: \ 19
Lot and 48.--------- 341 Y6 30 440 Skiff F S. 1.26 .Mt 1 10. hlork 6------------------------ McQuaid. J. H.__ 121 Aemin0le Lnnd k
. Lot 41 _ __ 5 .k6 Lota' II and 12. block 6._ __ ____________ Lisle inv '
-- -------- ---- --- AR 26 31' H"kn" n. Donmoyert W. A. 225 and 22. block 190______________ 1197
Lot U _____ ______ _ ________ ___. ___ __ 38 U 311 6 I-I"R"a. C. .5 Loin 16 and 16. block 5.n __ Donmoyer. W. List 2 192__ .. ,. : R4/
__ __ _ ____ ________ __ __ _ ._ A. 226 1. hlolk -- ------ ------ : Ri
Lot It _._ 38 26 311 "MIII"r. J W .85 Lore 17 and 18, block 1._ __ ._ Moyer. M F. D. 225 List block 199--- Mrnl..1 I 270
----- --------
Lot. 82 and 96. _ -- - -- - - 36 26 3n ]10. \\'llk'no" K N I 126 I.nl 24 Mock 1- _ __ _ -__ __ Unknown _ Lot. 11 anA H. block ,..___._ __ 2411
'. Lot 85 __ __ _ _ . ____ .. _ u --- 36 26 3n' Ii I 141cbhlna. I': II .Nfitv Lut 5. hlwk 8 __ -__ .. --- -------- Semlnol.. Land & 181 Lots 22 and hlo..k 1&____ __ ________ Oln.. J C A R3

Lot It _-- -,,.- - ___ .. ._ ___ u_ _ __ 38 26 3'') 5 (Unknown . r65 Inv. Co. Lot 19. block a1. .---,.-----._--__ K.nl A 13
Lot . I1nkno. ..N5.a 9 hlo<'k 8 TJnkno4n __:: U : ___ ____ __ _____ .
$ -- - - - - - - 36 2C 311 5' Lot --- - - - -- Lnl a2. hlock 197 u_ n"ardrAn \ 1.8R
Lot U _ _ _ _ --- -_ --- - -- 36 26 311 5 tt'llkrranu I. J. .N5 Lot 10. blork _ n._ ___ __ __- Unknown ___: I AO lea 2. hlok 1944__ __ ___________ ________ Tnkno.n i 35
Lot 123 __ _- ::16 2C 3u. 5 H. tnnlda,, I .H5 Lot 11. blork N-- -- - --.-- -- --.--- Unknown _____ I :.nlnol.. Lal.j. &:

't 8eminnl. land k, n"--1'--; Suh-div of Lot 12. block 8 -pP------------ Unknown _____ 1 fl List 6 .Iork 19A h___ ____ .___ ._ Inv Cn _ 151 '
all - 1 344 lent 3, blork t . - __ __ -- -__ _-- Woodb..ck. J. D. 1.80 Leta 7 Rnd M. block 199________________ nro.n. J I. 121
4.1 mot' I.ot,4 :: :::: ::: : :::: :::::::: :::: I: H 344:: r. 1\ml". 4' .7 Lot 9. hlork 9 -- - -- .-- --- ---- DO'rr. E. E._ _. 1.80 Bnminnlr Land k

;, I Lot 13 -_ _ -- - --- ---.-----__--- I 27 3" 6 horn.. J K .72 Lot 10 bloi'k 12 - - --- -__-------- S..mlnol.Land-& "I. I and 15. block 200__ __._____._ ft.mtnn.o 225
.,
Let 17 1 2. 3'r\ S.. ,,I,ey F I. .72 nv. __ 2 25 LAnd &. _
1 1 .Lot U] - - - - .n. _ _ I 27 3o. R $h"rma". It .72 lent 1. block 14- n __ __ __ __ __ plt r.C&-S.:::: 226 .11 7 and R. block 2021__ _____.__ _. -- In\' Cn 221;

Lot U ___ ._ . .,. --J.---------_ -- I 27 31\ Ii Bwrenry. J H n ,72 Lot block 18 _ __ _____ ---_ -r------ Unknown ______ 180 List 22. hlntk 200_ ____ ___ ___ _____-___ T'nknown 1 AR r
Lot II ._. __ - __ -_ - ___ oo. '_._ 1 27 3'6' I Bwvnr y. M Ir. .72 lot 8. hl..k 18 ___ --- ---.-------- McAlle.ter, C. __ 1.80 List 19. tI.k 20L ___ ____ ____ ______ Pnkno.n _ *
I'1 Lot 114 _ __ _h_.__ _. ------. .-_ --- I 27 in Ii "nk"own _ ..72'f Lot 14. black 1 S Seminole Land & .11 A and block 202__ ___.____ Unk1r9wn 1
Lot 47 . -. - - '- -- -- =--- --- I 27 2,1" ri Unknown .72 ----f---u------------ Inv. Co..______ 210 .21 Aeminrl., Lllnd'"

-Lnr-t15-Lot It '::.::::3.:--_= ::: =- : : :-:' ::: -.t -27 311. r. [Jw.ll1ar. J, ---- .otHlnnil4. block" 19- -- -:. __ = _. ___. _. ___ Uakmwn.______ 31 [. t a.td 1&bleelc 204-= == =::-...:=: '. ,_ __.,.
_ ___ n.r,7.2.5
.. __ .. _. __._ = .=_ 30 I S: ITnkno..n _ _ -.71! Loi T Tilork Tl : -,----- :--. UnknoWn ___ S.

... Lot 100. . I It7 344. 6 M1tlller A. t' _ __ I..t. 23 blorur 19--------------- --------- Unknown ____n__ IAO. Iut 1 17. blok 201. _ Inv. ._ __ _.__ 22"
.' Lot 101 - -_"- - - --- --_ - -- _. ---- 1 57 344. 6 Unknown - n .72 Lot 24 block 19--------- _________-___: Farr E. P._____ IS0 Lnta 13 1. hlok-206 p--u___ ___________ Unknown 121 ,
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Lot taR_ -- -- --- -- -- -_ -.--------- 1 27 3'5' \\.r..n. A 1' __ .72 I..t 2t.1, >I..ck.YO-------- --- BeminoleLand&: R..mln.LAnd\ k

1Mt 1H --&" \.-- ; -;"IJ.j't 1 21 3" 5 nowl..r.Y.. J. _. .72 __ List 23. binrk EOR.____ __________ __ inv Co _. ___ 225
L Bemlrr.l.I Lnnd m Co' ; Lnle 7. 8. 9>. 10. 11 U blook 2A.- R; vo.FC 0.:: u: I Lot: 2. block _ ___ _ Nnyeq 0"h 1.21
all except Sy or H""4[ . 27 30 Lint 21 22__ __ u___ _______n_-. Land & 2.1 -- ------- Rpmlnnp Land k
-1,441 .1 . - . - --- --.. _ u_ 2 Y7 3" 8.: ,, ll/d< r.ot Bemlnole : Inv Co .
M >l.I.lllld k _u_ 1 65 List 6 hlok Y44P---______ ______ __- __ 1 III
j1, 1 Ib; - ln2 L t 17. block 23---- S..mlnole Land &: List 18. hlok 20..____ ________________ Fpld. D T ___ ''
_
Lot 41 __ _ __ _ __ ____ r.mll. 121
00 2 117 30 5 A _ :::: ,72 Iny. ___ nr".r. .
Co.- ___ 1.51 Lot 23. hlo.1 209 _nh___ ___ ___ < W. H _
_
1 l..ot. 68 end 1i7. .O'n 2 2T 311 In HaIow. Win 99! Lot I'l, hlnrg ___ t O. Ii--- 121 Lntn 13 1 block ________ _____ Rennlck J IZ
1 9p, Lotll 118 and 126 __. : : :: :::::::::::::: : : 21 ,
Seminnle land & -Inv- --Un'6 u..u:;""h.o1tv .I 2 2i 30' 10 1110". U _ .119 Lot 14,, bloi k22 -v- :: Land & Inta 7 and R. block 21_______ __ __ __ __ Lan..r. J A''h_ 396

Co.-_____ 1.61 Lots 21 Rnd 2. __ ______ __ _u_ Cunningham, F. C. 314
Elf: .xc..pt tim hpr Icaar to K .1 m- 1.01 6. blork, 24--- Mr. E._ 121 List IG. block ____ __ O..tcb..l. E C __ .
. men Lumber Co_. _.___ ______ __...____ -----------n- 68 .
---- -- 9 27 30r ) 1.01 A. block 26-------------- Unknown ______ List IA binrk 919 ______
: Lots U. 4.; 47. 444. 112 -- -- -- --- 9 2. 30 2::; 1'11I11..01. Lot II 1. block 27_ __ __ 1.2 : : Oentl.,
Lapd& e---- ---------- Unknown ______ IZ Imt 19: block Z18:: :: :==::::==::=::::: 6T. -
;f1 1 '- -In Cn 209 jiil 44 IB. block 27 . --_- --- -- --------- WRlch. _____ Lot 20. block 819 Armetrang. C',,
-- --- fi0
,1 Seminole__. _land_ ___ _.k'. _In"_ t-o-e- !Bub---, of Lot 22. hlork 27 - - ____ .____ __u Cain J.R_ ____ 1.21 List: ri. block 222- :=: : :: _:=:::::::=:::: Hart L' 4 K PO
all ______ __ T.nhPv ;
- lA 3. 3.) lot 2. blork 28.---- : :
- Unknown ______ :
.r hlok _
.22. .
and 125____ ___._ __ ____ _____ 1.2 23 -- --------- -
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Inv. Lot 10. block 28 _______ --------- Mathews L_ __ __ F. A---
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1 Corcor.n. J. List G. block __ _____ __ __ _ __ __ 0 .
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Bemlnole __ ___ __ _ 511
List 9. block 31. ._ ._ __ _ ._ H. n ____ Semlrwle Land k JLut
timber I..a.e 10 Kt.nlmLo n
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and 221___ _.___ - 11 3"" 11Rlalh..rwl..k.. } W .99 1.01 9. block 33._ __ 8emlnole I.ne. Lot., 7'Rnd M, block 231________________ .known ____ 1.21 '
Lot .UO .."Bubdltnot 1l 27 344' h) Fllnh U. D..___ .99 Inv. .- Lot n. block 211__________________ Unknown ," ,
4 B.mtnob Land &Inv. Co. x>ta 7 and A. block 31.______ ._______ Unknown :::::: tU Lot block 236__ ____________ _u_ Alekford. C.-:-:: t
r. aU .__________-____ _- -___- __ ___ I2 27 3/ Let 19. block 34__ 1. _ ____ 1.21 '
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6 and 10 block 154..__:___ M. L. '1 111 ___. ._ .w'I Unknown __.__..._ .
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S, 4. .IS.; 14. block 156. .___ ..., Seminole Land 4kInv. Lot 11. _._ ____..:_______-.._..__._ Unknown ___ fist4x' Lot S, 1, I. 11 14. block-66-..---; HaYnea __,_ '
.' Co.---._.- .... Lot 1511 ._. _..______---_ Unknown I... Lot 8. block II,. . "" A. _.. 1.'J
.'Lot I, block S5(..._...-...__.__. .. XarsmaW. J. Hen 1.15 Lot lie ._______..._____.._-____ Unknown ___. I... Lot. 11 and II, - ?- .....-----__ Unknown _._., .
Lot S. block 166_ ......_._--_..... a.* '1.11 Lot 1111 ________..__..__._____ Unknown ....__. I... Lot 16. block bOkII. ___.___, Unknow.. .__. +.76.
Lot 15, block 166..................; .Kin*. W.'O..... 1.15 Lot 11. _________..__ ______.. Unknown _____.. I.'. Lot 14, block ((..--.-_--------. RoUnkberts.nown 8 a
Lot 14"block 166._._._..::___...._,-. Unknown ...... 1.IS Lot 11. .__________._.._______ ______ 1.1. Lot ( block 64 .-_.--.-.. ,,.--.- ]I L'.1
Lot IS, block 165_-_-_,-- .- Ward A. Lot 1.0 .__.___________..__________ UnknOwD _.__..:_ I.'. Lots> i and 8. block-64- _.._._______._. .. .
l.oSand: S. block 156...:.. :::=:..:= ,r. G'w1:1:: Lot 1.1 ______._______.__.______ ._____ I... Lot I. .. 4 -...-------.._... HaY A. _._. ... .
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167____ .:_- _._.___ Unknown ___.__ 1.11 Lot 109 ___.____._____...______._.____ _____ 1.14 Lot 9, block, 1i. IS. 14, 1{. block (T. N.na..A. ._.. 1.11. 1
Lot II. block 157____I__I.__.______.__ Means. H. C.____ 1.S1 Lot II' __....______ ____-._____________ Unknown _.____ I.'. Lot,!, block 58---.._...-.._____.. __ ,11
Lot I. block 154-----_------__.____ :__ Seminole Land A Lot 111 ____--____-___-_______________ ,_.. Unknown _._._ 6.14 Lola S. .. ------..---.-----.- Wars. W.. _._. .
__ Lot Unknown Lot Dio/ok* 10.1. 14. K. block 64.- ._ '..1 '
Lot 21. block 151._______.__-.._____ Inv. Co.. B.-_:::: '1 1.11 51Sherman. Lot: u: :::::::::::==::-:=::::= Unknown :::::: u: Lot*]6.1, block 48 65- -.-.--._?-.-__... .'. rut n:__ ." r

4 Lot I, block ....-----..--_____.__ Seminole Land A Lot 1.7 ___._______.___________.___ ? Unk".wD _____ I.'. Lot 11. block 61,_--_-_---------"____-__ _____ ..1 1 k
Lob 1.1 _____________ _____. I.'. ___ __ ______. arJ A __. ... h
Inv. Co.-__ ... 1.51 ____._______. UaknQJlr"> Lots I, t, 9. 6, I. T block ? a.1
Lot 17. block S69....._______..______ Breunlng-stale ( Lot 4, block 69 11. (t-.. .... Jpnkna ,1. __ _. T
O. W. 1.(1Bemlnole Lot I, block 1_! -------.____-_________ fllnlmon. m. A.__ .11 Lot 8. block -.-.------ ___".___..-- ___ .i.
I 6 and block 140-____..______ -------- I.h _________________ Unknow.. _____ .". 1
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Lot Land A Lot 6. block 1_______.?.__.:_________ Unknown ____._ .1' Lot f0. block 69.____ '
+ Inv. Co. _ SCO Lots 8 and 10. block 1.__:_._____.____ GII..o. Ed. ___ ... Let 16. block _____""_________ Mannlnlf G. A._.. .1'
Lot 11. block ItO_____,______ :________: Unknown-: ::::_- 1.11 Lot 16 block 1----_________________ Unknown ______ .11 Lot 14, block 69_ ___ -- R.dd.n. .___._ .71 y+
Lot 12. block 140_____________.________ Mack. H. M_--__ 1.11Semlnole Let 6. block t_________________________ Godbolt, m. __.. .11 Lot. 1, 3. 1. 7. 1.-------6. 11,1,18-16.I ___ Hay". A._.... .,.
LoU 3. 12. 23 block 261----------------. Land A Lot 11. block 1________-__________ ____ Unknown _-___. .7' Lot 1. block 40 block 40. M __ ...,
Inv Co ___ _ S.00Boyce. Lot 11 block 2------------_____'_____ Unknown __.___ .1' Lot 4. block _-__._______________ Pol.ck. J. _____ ,11 ,
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Lot 7. block 141.__________._________ J.. -Bat::: 1.11 Lot IJ block t_________________________ Smltb 8. 0.____. .11 9, block 10 ________________________ ____._ 1
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Lot S. block 1..1--------------------- Hamilton. J. ___ 1.11Hanscom. Lot D, block 1____..___________________ Unknown ______ .1' Lot.. block 41.-.________ _________.__ Mobl.y.' B.Rel..11.
Lot SO. !hock A. A._ 1.21 Lot 8. block 1..____________.__________ Wa.hington G._ .7' Lot. 1. 4. e. ____________ _______ s. _
Lot 2irfJpck 142._____________________ -- Seminole Land A Fractl. lot 8. block 1__________________ __ Unknown ______ ..63Fractl Lot J. block 62 bwck__ 11----------_______ Haynes. A. _____ .11 +
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Co __ 1 51 lot 10. block t_____._____::_____ Unknown ______ .1' Lot 8. block ____________________ Broww. J. ______ .,. l
Lot 14, block 241__:_:?-__________ Kl.y: i.-L.:::: 1:44 11. 12 18 34. 16 l6. block 8 Unknown Lots 9. e8________________________ - Orl>xln. J. ______ '' yr
Lot 16. block 141_._..________ Unknown ___ 1.11Semlnole rftolt:; I : 14. I1'b'lock' 1.:_.._....._.: Smith, 8. 0.=:: u: Lot t 11. 10 1. 1. 1. 1" block 1__ H.yn... A. _____ ,.1'
Lot 6. block 141__________________..__ Land- A Lots 8 and block / Unknown Lot T __ ____________ __ .- Tlmbrlak.. J.__ .n
.. '- Inv. Co Lot 6, k.'I_______:::::::::::::::::: Thurman' ii:::: :U Lot 11, ,block block U____ ________ _..__ -- La.veoa. P--- .,.
block 14S_______________ ______ -- HI'' 41---- ._______ J. _____ .11 L
Lot 18. Swart.. C.: ::::: Lot 11. block 4---_______--___.__ Klnlf. B. ___ ." Lot 14, block __ -- __ ...
Lot. 2, 3. 1. 10, block 1(4S --.::::--:;. ---- Seminole Land A Lot 11. block ._______________________ Jenkins. J. _____ .7' Lot 16, block 41 --___________________ B.L. ._.. ,7.
-.-. Inv Co_______ S.74McOeachln. Lot. 1. I. .. 14. 11. I' block 6.,-_______ Smith. lf. 0._____ 1.01 Lots 1. 9, 11 41___________ _________ Fay. .. ______ .11
'1I.Dt. and 4. block 244________________ J. ___ 1.95 Lot 1. block _________________________ Unknown ______ .1' Lota t and 3, 11, 16. ILl 22, block (4.. . A. .__._ 1.1' y
.. Lots 1. 7. 8, 9. block 2e5________________ - Seminole. Land A Lot 8. block '56________________________ Unknown _____ .1' Lot S, block .44 block. : Mack _::::: :
Inv. Co___ 8.74Qalnea. I Lot 11. block 5_____'_________________ Byrd. A. ____ .1' Lot 1. block _____________________ F.- f
Lot 11 block 144______________________ Wm-::: 1.21 Lot 11. block 5______________________ Hapnee A. __ .7' 6/ _ ___ Unknown Redden I .
l 4. block 267_______________________ Seminole Land kp Lots 1. and L. block I_____-_...___ 0" Unknown ___ .99 Lola.20rnd21block/t.-. 11. 14 ________ ____ .
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).; Inv. Cot.__ .__ 18tKaufman. lets 1 and 4. block en________________ Smith. 8. 0.__ .n Lot block n. U. 21. 14, block 66.____ H.yn. A. .__ I...N 1
-- .9. 11. 12. block 23 7..._____________ A. -J.__ .70 Lot 8. block 1------------------------ Unknown ______ .72 Lots I.8 15__ __ Smith /1 0._____ 'il
10. block 267___________u________ Flarln. J. P. .._ 1.21 Lots 10. 14. 15. block 1________________ Haynes. A. ____ 1.21 Lot 18 and 10. block 46----------------_ ________ Unknown ______ I 1
ota 16 and 14 block 217_____________ - Rohrbacker. -Li1.96Buell. Lot II, block 6_______-________________ .... Unknown ______ .7' Lot 10 block block 11---_________._________ u Williams. a H.: .1t,
Lot 7. block 248_______________________ . Q. _______ 1.21 lots I. 4. 8. 10. 11. 1.. 1.. block 7._____ .. A. _____ 2.11 Lot I' 46------------------- 1.rdt1.J.: ____. ,
Lot 10 block 248______________________ Chevalier.. A. 1.21 Lot I. block 7-. R.nd..r.. n. 8.___ .71 block 66____________________._- __. la.I.. T9 ,
1 Lot IS. lock 248-_4-,__________________ Kemp. L. W__n__ 1.21 Lot 8. block 7________________________ OodlH>lt. E. _r-- .7' Lotl I.1. 1. I. 4. 6. block 66- ___________ Unknown.. lA---- 1.71.
Lot 11. block 269-------------------------- Seminole. Land "A Lots 1 and 4. block 8_________________ Unknown ______ ... Lot I ___________-_ ______ 1
Inv Co_______ 1.61 Lots and 11. block 1 Ilaqnee, A. .99 bIOcJ7-------u-___ ....______ __ Unknown ._.___
Lot 15 block 469______________________.._ Unknown ___ 1.21Bourne. Lots: : and 7, block :::: :::::::::::: _: :::: :.99 Lot Lola 8&; _______ Uhknown _____'_ Ill.

Lot 3. block 270._____________________ B B on... 1.21 Lot 8. block 8____________________ _____ 'Jnknown _____ .7' Lots block 17.-_ 8n..d. J. a.____ >*' .
Lot 2, block 272_______________________ Coburn. AM.- 1.86 Lot 12. block 1_______________________ Ynknown _-_.__ .1. Lot 1 and 14 17 block 47___1_________ Unknown ___.__ ...
Lot 7, block 271_______________________ Unknown 1 86Francla. Lot. 16 and 16. block ____ ___ ___ Unknown u.. __ ..99Lot. Lots block ________________ _____ Unknown -__-__ .79 r'ir
Lot 11,., block 272______________________ J-H--_ .-_ 1 86 1' 2. 3' 4' 9 16. block A. Lot S. S. 4, 6. 11, 20 11. 15, block Hayn... A. _____ l.12
f. Lot 14, block 272-_____________________ Tilton. R. J.- I.'86Jeanowakl. Lot: 11. block :__:_ O.:___________::::::: _' Unknown _::::: 2t: : Lot 9 II. block 48--,.---------- __:.1---_____ Unknown -.?__ ,1
Lot 20,., block 171_____ _________________ 8 __ 1.86 Lots 11 and U. block __________ ____ Unkn..wn ______ .8 Lot 1., block 48_____________ _____ ,. R.Ilam M.P-. __ f Tj
Lot I. block 274______________________ Unknown _-_ 1.46Souenlft. Lots 1 and block Haynrs. A. .99 block 48- ---- -----_________ __._ 'ii
1 Lot. 7 and 8, block 177.---------------- __ C.-- 2.84 Lots 1 and :: block n::::::::::::::_:: Usknown _::::: .69: Lots Lots I 1. 6, 6, 7, 8, 10. 11. block 49___ _. Hayn.UDknow.. A. .____ 3.11. t id

Lot 20, block 278nn------- Olllman. M.00 J._n_ 1.45Semlnole Lot Z. block 11________________________ Dorat. J. H._____ .1' Lots and 4. block 1.----------------_ ---- r q-
Lot 9. block 180_______________________ Land A Lot I. block 11________________________ Whltted Edn__ .". 1, S. 4. 4. block 70______ _________ Hayne.. ----- 1U
'. Inv __ 1.46- Lot I. block 11______________________._ TIlU. A ___ __ .7. Lot 7. bloc 79______________ _____ AI.n.. __.__._ 1 I '
Lot 10. block 280-_____________ .Cn.- __ 115 Lots 7. 8. 10. block 11_________________ Hayn..lI. A. ____ 1.11 Lot 1. . 9. 10, 12. 11. 14. 14. Blk. .. A. _--.. 1 1's
t Lot 7. block 281___..___________________ Unknown 115 Lot 8. block 11 _______________________ washington W._ .71 Lot 4. block 71-----------------------7_ 0. -._ 1
Lot 9, block 181_______________________ Smith. O un K. ___ 1.S6Haaenwlnkle Lot. I. and U, block 11______________ Unknown ___on .88 Lot 4. block 71n_______ _____ _____ _' Ipuldlnl _____ .'. ,, ...
C LoU 28 and 24. block 2(2._____________ -. H. 11 22Barlne. Lots 14 and 18. block l1_ ___h________ Joh..on. S. Q.._ ,88 Lot 11. block ---.-. --___ __ ,.-._ .19
Lot S. block 2(4-_____________ C. _:__ __ 1..86 Lots 2. 3. 5. 10. 11. 12. U. 14. 16. U. .. .111. black 7i ____ r Unknown -----
t Lot 7. block 2(4____________.________ Mille A COo ___ 1.85Remlnole block 11 __0000 ___.________________ Hayn..,. A u _ 8.41 Lot I, 10. 11. 1 rn-u--------h, ____ layn..A.K... 1'1.
) Lo 6. block 286-._____________ Land & Lot 9. block 1. __nnn______' .. Unknown ____ _ .71 Iot I. block 72 ____ __ '11Lot.
Inv Co __ _ 1 61 Lone 1 and 4. block I8____________.____ Unknown ___on .9 1. block.79--------------------_ ____ __ Unknown ______ '1t j
Lot 4. block 286______________ KeMner. B -H 1 21 lots 2. 6. 6. 8. 10. 11. 16 block 13______ Hayn.. A _n__ 2.11 I.t 18. block 7'0 _________________ Drayton, D. ---- .11
t Lot 4. block 284______._ ______________ odre.. C. C__-_-_ .1 11Semlnole Lot 8. block 18________________________ ..( McIver. M. _nn .12 Lot Lots 1.5. I. 7. . 1. 1. block _____ Hayn.. A. ---_ l.61 '
Lot II and 21 block 287____ __________ Land A Lot 12. block 12--__ __ ____----________ St..v.n. L. ____ .72 I. block -- _______ 1 Unknown :__u_ 1.
l.t" 1. 4. v, 8. v, 1 {. jz, block Hayn... A. 2.6773
1 Inv Co_______ 215Leavllt Lot 13. block 18- Hend.non. M. .12 j3. IB 74- -
I Lot 24 block 118.____ --- _____u_______ F. :J.___ 1 21 Lot 1. block 1/-. Hones. E. ____ ..72Lot. Lot 3. block 1h.n__--_ Unknown ------ \
t Lot 24, block 289_______ _______________ Unknown 121 2' 4. 6 10, 12, 16. block 14------ _. : Hspnee, A. 6.08 Lot 7. block __________ __________ ___ Unknown 11 '
Lot. 7 and 14. block 290___ ._______n__ Bemlnole Land- -"A Lot 6, block 14._____ __ _____ _::::::::: Unknown _:== :.72 Lot Lots 1. 5. 9. 11. 18.1. 16. block 75______ Hayn.Unknown. A. h___ 1'.1 '{.
Lot 8 block 1. block __ ____ ---- '
i" Lot S. block 290_____ __ ___ ________- Rldeont Inv. Co B_____00 __ 1.21 225 Lot 18, block lk-: =:::::::::::::::: smith in8.rt. 0.:an: Lot. 2, 5, 6, 7. 8. 9, 10. 16._block un 76__. Hayn.. A. _____ 2 67 t

Lot 16. block 291 ___ ___ ________________ Semlnole Land on A Lot 18. block 14____--___--_____.___.___ Unknown ___n_ .1' Lot S. block 74________________________ Unknown _n___ .,12 ,
Inv Co_____ 161 Lot 1. block 11________________________ - Unknown un_ .7Lots 18 and 1. block 74______________ Unknown --- rTot.
: Lot. 19 and 20. block 292._____________ Seminoleand; & 2. 4. 6. 8. 11. 12. block 11__________ Haynes. A. _____ 201 1. 2. I. Ii block 77________________ Haynes A.t. _.._. 11.Lot. .
Inv Co._______ 226 Lot 6. block 16__________________.____ Byrd. A. _______ .71 Lot.Lots 1. 6. t. 1.. 1. block 78- Aaln.. .. .C. ____ )

Lot Lot 6 9,, block block 993--292 -. .. Brown. B"L.B R___h_ 1 121 21Lot Lot Lots 24.8: 4 block,1 6, block I 16___f6_::::::::::::::::::: ,, Unknown Unknown :::::: 1.26Lotp .72 Lot 8.2.block I. 4. block 78_____71-n______________ ______ .. _. Unknown F-- 1,f1 ''

____ _____ ___ Seymour. ________ Lot 10. Mock 78___________ Unknown :-18
6. block 294_______ Unknown _. _ 1.21Semlnole 6. 9. 13. 14. block 16 ___ __ Haynes A. ____ 152 .- . W----
flot 14, block 296______________________ Land 00 A LoC 11. block 11_______________________ .. Unknown ______ .71 Lot 1. block 79--- ,_ Wayman, .71
Inv Co.- 1 BYonnir ) Lot 1. block 18___ ___ __________________ H1Rhsmlth". H. P. .71 Lot 2. block 79__________ ______________ Unknown .----- 1f
Lot. 1 and 2, block 296________________ S _ 1.85Broadhurat. Lot 4. block 18-:______________________ Unknown __n__ lots .. 5. 7. I. 1.. block 78_______ _____ Hayn. A.1.71' I
Lot 2. block 297 ______________________ C. I. _ 1.21 Lot I. block 18_ __ ______ _________ ___ laynes. A. _____ ,,13 lot II. block 19_________________-______ Darby. B. _.____ 1. '
Lot 21. block 297______________________ Wlloo M D__ 1 21 Frac. Iota 6 And 11. block 18___________ tJnknown ______ .7. Lot 15. block 18_-______________ Unknown ____-_ .1t
Lot 1. block 298_______________________ _ I 21Semlnole Lola 12 and 11. block 11_______________ Unlv10wn ___-__ .8 Lot 2. block :O----.n----------- Unknown _----- -71
Lot 16, block 299______ _______________ _..' Unknown n A lots 1 and 4. block 19_________________ Unknown __ ____ .98 Lot 3. block ..- Mtannln8,47, A-N,'
.. Inv Co..Land__ 1111 Tot 6. block 19___ ______ __ __ _____ ______ ._, DArby. B ______ .71 Lot 4 block 80___::::: :::::::.;::::::: Orooms: J. A.- :n'
L1kt. 8. 4. 6. block 299----------------- :J. W--_ _-_- 2.70 Lots 13 And U. block 19_______________ Havnes. A. _____ .89 Lot. 6. 9, 10. 11. 12. 13. block 80________ .' Harnes -___. 41
I at 2(, block 801___________ _____ -- smith Bemlnole Land & Lot 12. block 19____ _____ ___ ___________ Jacobs. M. _____ .7' Lot 8. block 80_____.__________________ -_ Unknown --___
I 1.srBurkley. Lot 16. block 18_______________________ 0 Lan..l..y.. J. _____ .71 Lot 8. block 80__ _________________ B.w.r.. L .. _.. .
: Lot 8. block 801______________________ Inv Co.------. J.. Ellt.- 1.21 Lots 1. I. 13. U. block 20_------------- Haynes. A. u___ 1.112 Lot 1. block B_____,__ ____________._-_ Unknown ------ 79 ,
I. Lot 10. block 303------------------------- _ 1 21Jackaon. Lots 2 and I. block 21)_________________ a Unknown ______ ..99L9t Lots I. 1, 8. .. 6. block C_______________ gra", ---.---- ',
Lot 20. block 804______________________ Unknown. W u. A 2 26 6. block 20------------------------ William.. B.____ .1' Lot 11. block O-_____ _-_-_______: ___ __..._ ,"1
Lot 21 block S04 ________._____________ Unknown ___-_ 1.21 Lots I, 2. 9. 11. 13 H. 18. block 21______ Hayn. A. ___:_ 2.11 Lot 11. block Q_______ _________-_____ _" -
j Lots 1. 2. 8, 7. 8. 22 block 804- ________ 6emlnoleand n A Lots 2. 6. 6. block 21___________________ Unknown ______ 1.11 Lot 18. block Q______.___ _____________ _ T..tUwJj.'U'
Co.- 6.24Balrd. Lot 4. block 21------------------------ CoYln"ton, H. L. .72Frattl Lot I6. block 0____.__________________ 1
,d Lots 20 and 21. block S07______________ Inv. N. D.___ 1.96Huahea. lots 1 And 8. block' 11__________ Unknown ______ .7. Lot 11, block O_____ ____ ______________ H.nder.on A ?1.
.1 12 block 808______ ________._______ --- .. 1.21 Lot block Stevens. J. P.-- Lot 26. block Q_____ __.___n__________ Jon.. a ._:+. ..
Lot ___ . J. F. Ilk 2k:::::::::: :::::::::: :Ho'rRC. Lot -7, block d____._ __ ._ Hampton. W. _.,, .,1
i'' Lot 4. block 809______________ ..-- Towle.. J. _u'___ 1.21Fllnir. Lot block Unknown _+.:::: __ _ ._______ _
!' Let 11, block 809_____,-----.---------- 0. D_____ 1.11Wrlprht } lots 1 to 8. Inclusive, block 22____ ..TMQ, __ y; Unknown .___. .1.111 KMSIMMKR CITY. .. k
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Lot *. block -------- J. ;E.___ 1.21 Hay pes -> .
Lot 18 block S10____._-f____-_____ Davlaon. A- I.* Lot. 1 and 2. block 21_________________ a Unknown __--- .t8 All block 1 _. ._._______ . :Ue J. W.;.*.. 8,11Hu.hea
Lots T block Sll..__.__._?___ Dine. J. C.___--__--. 1.95 LoU I. 4. 5'17. 8. 10. 18. 11. 16 block 13__, '- Haynes A. _--_. '..1 All west of rallway.ot block 1 emoept. ,, ': , i" '
J. Lots *. 10411, 11, block Sll ........... Thompson, M. C. 844 Lot 11, block 21__-__.______..-.._..- tie ,'Rlchato.on. n._. 'f' 100 feet off south end of '. : Root., _,..... 1.41,
block . Lot. t, a. .. Is.e.. 7 : .. '..1 a.g. 60 feet north 01 B. E. Cor, 1-.olk f .,. ( ), >' /
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Lot IS I1------------------- .. Dunbar, J. __ 1 .I-k. .\ ilyt : '. f
. ... .. block :14 _.._ ..__ _.___ Unknown ... .1' II, west of A. C L/Ry.. .. ,' ,: "'\ VN. v
'Lot 14, block ,_...__ --- ----- ; , F. L.__ 1.21 Lot t. : __ - ?; : ... run.north 60 ;y! 47y '1 / x . '
__ _.___ __ Lot /_ _.. ___...________._. .. .. + west 100t.t. .l .. '
'f Lot 16. block 111._.._.._._ :c. t J. :R.._ 1.21 8. block ___ -r'fo.c .Unknown_-__ .11 t..t. aouth .SO .t--> ;
'j Lot 16. block 111_______._--...------ .. IIiIi.ti.... .:._ Sweeney Bw..n..y..M.-.. 1.11Rrdman. Lot 19. block 24_____-_______._\.______ Eyan. B. ____ .12' 100 feet ._._______________t.et. _ ,_ __ Waddle W. EC= _L1/ ._ .
block 24_______________________ Boswell's '.. W -
,'.' Lot 19. block 111-__ ------------- J. K... 1.21 Lot 11. _____ .7. H..I.I. Lot
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pot. A.oo Lot 16,' block 24----------....--___---___ Jackson: TV A.__ .72 Lota 16 and 16. block A _____ __ __. Kic.ardson.. zaeh I.f _
v Loti 8 And 10. block 818- _____-_______ ..-- Brown W S __ 1 95 Lot 1. block 26...- ... ---_- __ -________ 'I. Brvant.Jt B.u 72 lot II. block R--- _- - Warlnt, R. D...
7, block 3Unn_________________ S..mlnol.. LAnd 8 Lota 2, 4. 6. block 25.__ ________________ L 1 Unknown __ __ __ 1 26 It. II. I'. Drouxhf.; Addition. - 4'r
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Lots 7 S. 14. 16. block 26___ _ ___ ____. "-h" nt-s, A. _--__ I 62 Lots 2 Ano I. block Q._ _ __________-- Reed.. John __n_ !6.4.
Lot I. block 814----------------------- R t.or-1I CEU Lots 10 and 16. block 25___ ___ _____. 'jiDan.wn ______ .i. Al. block 0__ _. ------h_ .. Anderson Mollle
Lot 10. block 111.----------------_ Burlon. 'Vm. 121 Lot 11. block 26----------- __-_____ ..-wI.... S.------ .T' Lots 7 block I Thomaa. Walter. 1.1.
Lots 13 And 14. block 314.n Or..n. :J. 0. h 1.96 Lot 12 Mock 26__ _.__ _nU_______7 Anthony. J ____ .,. and. .: -i.t----n: "
black 316 ___ _ ____ __ _____ .-- -- 21 Lot 25_ _ __ _ O, .Tl Lots 4 6. Mock Ma I lor y. John __ ".'I
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Z Lot Lot 6.22.block 118__ _- -_ _.- ____--___-_ ___ Dlekey Rohrbacker. 1V. R. _ 1 21 Lot 1\\J\ 2B_.:._:._:..::::::::::::- unknown __ ::: :.71 Ix>t 9 ? 3--_-____ Roblnaon. Llisle ... '
Lots 10 And 12. block 318______________ Ilk nown ....__ 1 96 Lots U:. 3. 4. f' 7. V. 10 11. 12. 15. Blk 24 fh\'n...... A. _nh .... W'4 lot o 41<'SB" ,strip 46 feet wide *
Lot 18 block 118---------------------- We11. C. __ _ 121 Lot 8. block 2f 12. block 820Run. D. T n_ _ 12 Lot IB .blork 26 _. _ __ __ _nn__ .__ Unknown __ ____ 72 .'. I.. I. ('..'. Addition. ,
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Lot 3. block 321---------------------- Unknown _ __ __ 121 Lot I. Mock 27. __ __. ___nn_________ Ilrown. N. B _n_ 72 Lot 33 u -'_ ___.__ ___ __ J, M.' Jr S.S4 ". .
______________ ..... Lot 2. block _ __ Moblev. B J 72 Lot 42 .- Darrler. Jot ___ 1.11Wood.ll
block 821-r ____ _ 1 21 -
Lot Lot 5.10. block 122----------------______ Olbbon"Unknown. .T D _ 1 21I.ots Lots: 1, 4. B. 1(1( .71i, 1-C 1&. bloc: ;:i7::.:: :: Haynes: .. A. _:::: !I'33 Itnrle'N Oubdl'i;. ,

12 and 13. block _____ _______ Mor"'Rn.' H. _ 1 96 Lot 12, llork, 27. ._ _ .._ -j( UnknownHa __un .72 ni. (M, OT. 6J. F. .
Lot 2. block 324------t---------____. -mlnol. land & Lots 2. 4. 9. 12. Mock 28- ___ __ __ > nes. A. _ n 152 Lots 10 and 11 block ri_ ____________ aal.te. O B___ .!. "
Inv 161 Lot 3l.lock 2R_ _ _ ___ ______________ Rovin ,V. B ___ .72 Beg N. K ( of lot 66, runs south 125 4'
Lots 11 and 4. block 124.n________ T o nio A- -&-i-; 1 !r6 lot 7. Mork 2R_ uu _ 00 __-.--_. .. __ Unknown ______ 72 feet went 316 feet. north 115* feet "- f ,
12 and a. block 324______________ tTnknown _ _ 1 I'll Lot 14 1 1 ) Sheffield, P 72 east 315 feet _- .- Guernsey. : 8.__ .... "I
Lot Lot I. block 825___-n----------------- 'knltb.' J. .. _ _z._ 1 21 Lots 16 .1.k1fo!,8LI Ck-2ii:::::::::::::::: Unknown __:::: :91 Wklle A Derbyshire's s.h-dlvlsleB of : Mv11

Lots I And 1. block 121_________________ S..mlllOl" Land & Lot 5. block 29__n -. _._ ._ nun_ Ha) n..s. A ,n_ ..12I I'.rl ., Amt 8 .
Inv Co.. 225 Lots 1 2 5. 10. block 30. r Havn* a, A -_ _- 2 33 Lots 4. S. G. 7. 8,' 10( __ ,___ __________ Unknown _____. 4,10'Banders. 1 .T
Lot 15, block 827______________________ S..minnle Land--- & I Lots n ;,ti.1), .b\k\; 30. __ ______::::: ::: UnknownHayjies. : 99> Heir N. W Cor of lot 78. run east 17' ... ._-p '
. Jnv. Co._______ 1 fi.1 Lots 2, fl. 7. 9. 13 14.15. block SI______ \ A.N____ 3 33 feet. .. south 146 feet. went 18714 .
r ''IOt:I 6. block 829_______________________ Semlnolr Land & Lot 4. block 31__.__-?__ _________-_____ _. ; '" Tnomas CJones .____ 12 .north 106 ,....t. _ _. ________ _____' '
-1 Jnv. Co __ _ 1.61 Lot 5. block 31-n________ K 00 ____ .72 Beg 42 feet south of N.E. Cor. of lot .' '
Lot 13. b$. k 330______________________ Semlnolr Land 00& 1Iny. I.ot 8. block 31-o.h_____ UnknownHavnes ______ .72 XO, runs south 46 feet. west 115 feet .1k"._ p
Co ___ ____ 161L.et. Lots 1. 3. 4. R. ]0.11. Mock 32__ _ ___ A. _____ 206 north 46 feet east. 815 feet-- _. _____ Carson C. A.____ felt g
8 and 4. block 830- "Akln". C 1.95 Lot 8, block 32_ ____________________,__ UnknownOlenn u____ .72 Bee 87 feet Mouth of N. R Cor of lot 80. -'- .. .
f. 6 and 6. block 380__________------ Kirk. T _ H.--_ 1.96 1of'. block 81-n______ E. O____ .12 run south 79 feel. west. 815 feet.
Lot ote: 10. block-881_____________________ Haver Mrs S __ 1.21 Lot 12. block 32________? ---- :L ..! Ah.tfHhL..J.,7' north 79 test east 815 ,...1_________ Hen..n.. J. ___ +
__ - _ __ __________1. Lot : Mlles.. .. E..t ._ lL15
Lot. 11 And 12. block B3L_____oon T. C. ___ 1.96 7.or 14 block 32-- _ . TlmberlaKe. :J.n ..12I..otR 8 h ? ---h- -
block 838---------------------- Baby nole Land- & 1. 4. 7. block 88_____________ ____ Haynes. A. __ _u 121 --p;.. il.k--- -- ,
Lot 12. Inv. Co Lots. *. 7. 12. 14. block 86____ __________ Havnes. ._n_ 1.52 Lots 25 and 26__; . __ _____ iarLVc1 _____ r
block 838--n_____ Unknown ",,::::: U Lot 4. Mock 35______ _unn_____ Beat. J. WLewla ___ .72! Lots A6. Ad. 92.. _____ :___ llllHansell.
Lot Lot 1.18.block 334______________,,________ Seminole Land & Lot 6. block Jfi___________ ___i---_ S __,,___ .72 Lot if, less Bear: N B: Cor.: run west -- ILl' f t
... Iny. Co.____ 1.51 Lot. 3. 5. 8. t>. 10. block 36___ __ _____ Haynes, A. n-- 1.71' 315 feet. south 261 feet east 315 feet
block 838- 6emlnole Land--& Lot 7. block 36__ ____ ________________ HemnlnKs. H. __ .72 north 252 feet _______________._____ .. W. T.3.01 .
Lot 11. _____ ___ _______ Hobert BM A.-lll .
Inv Co. 161 Lot 13 and IB block 36 Unknown n____ .$' .
I. block 838__________________ Seminole ad-- --- & Lot 2. block 37._ ______ ____ ____________ ;- OrAY. 8 _u_____ 72 EH block BL________.__--_- -_ _-.- Turner. 8. W.___ .... .(
Lots 1. 2. Inv ("O.n 800jtj Lots 3 and 4. block 87_________ ________ UnknownHaynea. ______ .99 Nhoemaker'slTl.l.. ., Bloea D. .. . v ',
18. Inclu.lv.. block 340__n__ --- n Semlnolr Land & Lots 6. 7, 8. 14.16. block 87 __________ A. _____ 1.19 I..A I. L ,
7 to -.. Jnv. Co.__ _____ 973 Lots 10 and 12. block 87_... _____ __ UnknownHaynea. ______ .99 8% of lot 4---: -.------_--__'_____ _'_ .hn.ton. J. M.__ 1.1 .
12. block __ __ ______ Unknown 1.96 Lots 3. 4. 6. 6. 8. block 88 A. ,- 1.79 Lot 14 -n______________ Hamden Bob__. 1'II
Jot. 11 11 and and 18. block 844---- Semlnolr. Land1nv.f"ou nn& Lots 7. 9: 10 11. 12 18 block 3 ii:::::::. Unknown _:::-. 104 All block OL, _ _____________'_______ _-, : _' __ __': Huton. J. M.___ :-
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block 645----------------------- Hull. M B:_ 121 Lot"lk Mock; 89_:___________ __::::::. UnknownHaynea. _::::: :73 3 and 6.__ __ ______n________iL__. John.ton. J. H I.". )''
17; 318______________________ Semlnolr Land un& Lots 3. 4. 6 10. block 40 A All Block ML_______ _______ Small. Mary. __ ;.,
..ot 11. block Inv. Co._ _____ 1.51 Lot 21: block .l _______,__-__::::::::::. UnknownSmith. _::::: -U: Stt of SWIG of block PLShoemaker's ____.......... Johnston Ja) 1..1

..ot 11. block 3H______:_______________ W..11I1. A. M.. _n 121 Lots 1 and 3. block 41 -_____ _________. S ABarnes. ._____ ..9 ....- .. ., Blork QL ----. .. :- _
________ 3. B. block 42_____ _______ A. _____ LSI Lot 1 .i'
.. block 847_______________ Worthl..y. D. 1.21 Lots 1. 2. ---- - ---- -----------.--------- Cbl.om. 'OIb.rt
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block 147.n________.______ Unknown ___ 1.21 Lot 4. block 42 i u. n - J
Lot III, .. Inclu.lv.. block 366_______: Semlnolr Land 00 8Inv. < Lot 1 Mock 48- ______ _____________. Unknown ___On NH of lot :C-:::::::-::::::::_ ::::: -i .R..d. JOhD __ __ ..n it
Lots 1 to i Co._______ 3.H Lots 2. 4. 7. block 43_________ _________ _. A. .____ Beg. N. K, Cor. of block UI. run south __ '
.. Inclu.lv.. block 158________ S..mlnol.. Land & 1.05.. block 43u--u------------- 'Hanes ______ .72 78 feet, weat 96 ("et not 7'feet -- - __ _ _
Lots 1 to Inv. c..._______ 1.74 Lots 2, 4. 7. 9. 10. block 44_______ r_____ Ha-ynrs. A. .____ 1.75 _..aaI.4fe.rt _____. ________ _____ Built LawrenceTOt
1 to .. Incluelve block 151________ S..mlnol.. Land & Lot 8. block 44-__ ____ _______ Lott. BUnknown. _n_____ .71 SW14 of block VL__ uun____________ y SH. L J A
Lot. Inv. Co._____ 871 Lot S. block 44______ _________ _________ __-___ .71 L. __ ____._ _(.41
Lot. I to 4. Incluelve.. block 369________ -, 6emlnole Land & Lots 1. 2. 8. 7. 9, 10 block 46___________ Haynes. A... _____ 1 04 Beg N E. Cor of block C-3. run south
Jnv. Co.-_ ___ 1.14 Lot 4. block 45_ .______________-____._ Jones. C. F.__i _. 71 50 feet. west. 99 1..et.. north 60 feet. -, '
1 to 4. Incluetve. block 110________ Seminole Land-- A Lot 8, block6________________________ Kraaler. C. HHaynes. .___ 71 east :.8..t' Unknown __:__. I.Tl .
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Fr.' A..I" .. .. fl. CI.... ------ Lot 2. block 44________________________ Wright. J.Unknown _____ .71 C.. run south 60 feet. - l ;-
Lot Lake block 373--- Seminole Land & Lot 6. block 46_______________________ __,___ .71 north 60 feet., east 99 feet___________ ._: Unknown __u__ 1.71
8. Inv. Co.____.__ 2..1 Lot 1. block 47.______________________ Allen. J.Haynes. ____::__ .71 Beir N. E. Cor. of block 4. run sooth 160 ._ .;
Lot 4. block 378_______________________ a..mlnole LandAJnv. Lot 8, block 47 A, _._._ .71 feet. west 95., feet. north 1(0 f..t.a.. qr
Co._______ 886 Lot 4. block 47::::::::.:::::::::::::::: Unknowto _._.. :.71 east. 81 feet. ------- ------ .obn.ton Pat T.OS '

, Lot I. block .01__________,,____________ Thlerry E. un_ 8 .51Lot. Lot 7. block 47...-____________________ Unknown _._____ .71 Bear.". S W. Cor of block Moth north 1(0 .
" 1 and 7, block 409-------- 8.tnole Lot 12. block 47_______________________ Vesta W. C.. Br. .71 feet east I feet ISO f.t -
-1----- Jnv. .Land & .81 Lots 14 and 16. block 47______________ Ba-a-leaton.! W.__ .99 west 96 _____.__________ .ohn.ton Pat ._ ll.TS ,
Lot. I and I. block 484-----------------.. -- Outlaw G C.___ 10.18 Lot 14. block 47_______________________ Gray, B. _______ .71 B" of lot' and 8% of WH of lot I '
H. H.____ 2.11I Lot 1 block 48 Unknown ______ .71 block M .... ,, Fberla-o, J. L.._ T.4IlUebardson. ley;
Lot 1. block .17______________________ David -------------- - ? .
... CI... ...1......... Lot: 1 ........... Unknown ___ .71 Robert .. AsTeltiom. :
Lot 11 _________._______________ _-_ TOil" :J. M.___ 1.1 Lots ( 1:3kl.block 49::=__-===: Smith.8. a: : :.99 Lot 1 ----- -. ----- J. U 1-TI ..
LoU I' and 1.________..______________ Boyo.. W. H.__ 11.1' Lot 4, block' 49___._________ Unknown .-.._. .11 Lots S and 4____________ .n Jamison.. W d.IS
Lot 11 ______________---- Zpbr..ka. 11' L. I... Lot 7. block 49_____.._____ '_'_ ]Partner A. ...._ ._el'. ."U
Low 71 and 73-___.__.________ Seminole Iand 4p Lot 11. block 4*__ ._____ __ Ha7..... A. _____ ."1 Lot. 3 .land 3--. .-- Mae tla.oW.B
JD Co.----- 11.11 Lot 14. block 1I--.i-------- Unknown .". .,.S
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Lot 117 ________-...______::------ C. J
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.. ,...THE,. KISSIWMEE VALLEY. GAZETTE. n .. 'FRIDAY JUNE 2 1014
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fCU of lot 4. block K--------------i Dana. E.'P.-..._ 1..... f r -

Lot *. less Be*. 8. w r '
feet north U1." feet, et 4* feet..
1 l south 141." feet, block O____..... Jarrell. Mr. J. T. S7." Miami, Fla.Many people ti) the M
he Htt" of lot I, block 0.''-__ ___.___ Barnhtll.Mrs.U.A. "..11B. northern states are .unaware that
.*. 8. K. Cor. of lot:\ :I. block O, run" there dwells .in the fastness of the
west 41 feat north 141." feat ea.t Business
'4* fen..uth 147.41 feel.Hankins. W. a.. 11.10 Florida Everglades] one' of the most People

wj W. .. Harwell* R.I....... .( RI.... .. interesting and picturesque bands of
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.itet r.nd WH" of T lot: V(. block T_____ -- tao S Redwood I American aborigines in the United
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_--- 1.76 States known'ae the Seminole Indians
4 Ki4 of loft block X'Wfc.of --. ______ __ ____ nean O. I.____. 4.47 who are now as separate and distinct -
I' lot i. block W_____ Little, I. M..____ 11.10
I KVVof lot 1. block T___.____-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-._-_- Bears. Mr. Dally ..... from the white race as when Columbus
Lot 1, block BB__________ --------00.- Wlllaon C. H.__. ..l. first held mass- on the shoresof
1. Lot 1. block BB______._.______________ Ballard. Amelia. 4.47 Cuba. These are the .remnants of You Should Know
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2 0..1_' 41: A.drewe"9.h-d/vt.l.a .fr
the one-time mighty nation of Seminoles -
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Bl_k* H, a ..* 1*
JAt. I .... Warlna- R. D.__- 1 41 who defied the United States .
t BegT' 100 : 1 14, run : ete: ;0 feet: south 140 feet: 4 _
i east BO feet north 141) feet____ _.__ Kuhns, L. M.__._ SI.14Newton. ,and persistently refused colon-.
.1 B. I.. I ealryt* A..I..*.. ization. .'
Lot __._________ .. .. Mia. Tt 112
:..'+ Lot 2t--------------------.____ _____- Johnston. W. B.. J.l1 While the numerous wars and
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I Lot 67 -__-______________ Moore J. c._____ 1.11 forced emigrations have reduced their IN
J'\ ; Y J. W. Llllr'. A..I... numbers to few hundred their modeof '
Lot J. '. 3, 4./3. 4. block 1__________ __- Spelr A H____ IS.M living dispositions a and ,customs -ii-.l
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are
Lot 1. and lot 1, lea 86 feet off east end .
block t _____________ Rneves.. W. L--- JZ 17Fluch. in many respects the same as when
r. ") VH lot 11 and 12. block t___ _______ Mr. C. M. 1.11o.f. the haughty DeSoto sailed into Tampabay
r A. E. D......... "...-011..1... ., NIoio ., ,!iI""#f q. .l .s +l" .!..!'....." in 1639. r!
,. :; 1l1iI\6 ., NEy .f NW\4. -- .. -- =- ,. ..
i i Lot. 1 and 2. block ____________.__.__ 2R 15 29 Co")'. E. W __on 781 The Seminoles live to themselves,
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r .. 4. s. block 4------------- ___ -- Donegap; A. E. 1..tI
Lgta
", '. -'dIlUt.. avoiding contact with the white race KISSIMMEEEGGERSGLUESS
C.'A. .rang'
Lot. 11 .and 1/ block A_.. _______ .. ___ -.....rn..r. J u___ 169 as much as J possible, and seldom, if r
ct L"Ot. 14. 1&. iA. block A.u____ !_ _ Smith. J. 0 _n 3.G6 ever, take whites into their confidence,

e D' "::-dl.:,r.r._____ _1lelaaLot. _. _/_._.. __._____ Ifanklns. W. 0.._ 126 and on account of the almost Inacces-
.......... J'.r" sible nature of the country in which ;
: Lot 8. block 14 ___ ________Y-- Park. Matllt. ,1111vnlil they live, little- is knownof -their ........
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't 6 and 1. bloeliit __ _ _._____ Ballard,, D. 1If.___ 162.f
home life.
intimate Unlike the Indiana
.. Nub-dhlalo. ofr' -
A. E. n..... wf '
any ., 111':% ..d II% .f MI/ of the west, they have persist-
''' of III'4 ofi. ,.t.:%. ently refused assistance from the
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Lot 2. block 7----- __ _ _ ___ IG 2' 29 lins le 1" al..___ .99 any Paid
";' Lot 6. block ._ _. ._n'. u __ ___u__- "' 0J(. A _________ .99 government saying in response to offers & RIEDEL. Notary PublicTaaea O. K. BAKERY .
.y slot 10. block RH_ ,__ __ __un__ O..IIC..r.llfr" IIf A. .n'' i for their support, "We only want I Ito FlttE! E. A. Niemeyer,
Lot 4. block In. ____._ .. CI mpnl". Mr.. C A 99Nla be let alone." Is Your Home Insured If Not,

I', I..t 16. block A .2-----------------.....n... Aldlllo... Shraplnn. C. Co- .RS Retain Traditions. Carpenter and Repair Shop Why Not. Call on, Red Band Brand Candy r ,

U.pl.U.d ....... have written yet Inside Furnishings Screening A. E. DROUGHT 15c per lb. '
4 They no language,
NE44 ot fifty and all 0.'A '1,,f fiE',. Work Insurance Agency
. and Cabinet
.., cut of A. C I. 119' except' KlaRlrrm. -. ..... keep alive the traditions and historyof Our Room 7 State Bank Bldg. Guaranteed Pure. tt
Specialty.
and lalldA owned t" ,
Ih.hIR the tribe. The events of the seven- Phone 292.
J. Nlmll.. ]If II 1'1. I.J 111 I-Ilaur.
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still in
fer and E. 1. L.aley-------- H. 25 29 12 MII"r .J W. _ 16:16:i iR'oVofRE'4 year war are vivid their campfire -
< _ n_ IG 2,. 29 Ii' ..II.,. A . 5400It44 memories, and the little picanin- It WILDER'S STUDIO !'.
of EM. of 101\\ of stlry 16 25 r0 11 Ilo )'. Mia" I'1 1 52t' flies are taught from infancy to avoid O. F. BASS
\ ... of NfS4 of NW'4 or N\\4 __ 29 2L 2' 11 Laf'happrlle. Jaa 1 h0Hea any semblance of intimacy with a racewhich .. ;
tlO feM wpat and 210 fret nor I h of |' Is the Place to Take Your Kodak Contractor If l
the violation of :
the .
through
B. E. Cor of 8W'4 or :<1.4. run ;
north 210 f....t, w.1 210 (1'.1. enuthI most sacred rule of warfare "the flag .. Films for Developing If You Plain and Decorative ."
UO fp..Q past 210 fee-------------- 225 22 I I'nkunwr. 212Beg. of and I.
I truce captured irnprraoned
S. W. Cnr. of 101\\4 of N..4. run ; Painting and Paperhanging 4'.
? north 21n tret soot 210 for life their matchless warrior chieftain -
anal 210 fret
'r feet, .Bulh 210 fret _ : __ H 2 1 III".a W n _ 310''; O.sccola, and \his brave staff. The Y T Want the Beet Result SIS Sproule ATC.Phone 67. -'.;'i.,
H.'g" 210 fort north of R 11' rnr or tribe is taught that the whites are .. i'
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sw 't'4 of N"14. run root 210 fret. t
in hono'r. in the Seminole
north 110 fretpat 110 fer.I.) "ulli lacking or, ..

', 110 feet .lalr".I.I.__ . . ____ 29 25.v.2' - I. IIlJl M Florida Indians the
'' Iola 1 and t--___________--______--___ Phlllipa. M C u_ 1 26 The present are
Lot 17 __. .. _ nU.__ n"I1.II,, B 246 descendants of that invincible tribe t Real Estate Dealers Cool, Clean, Comfortable'
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; who
Weal 61 .Ir.ee. .r were never completely ooruiuer/'d. '

'' Lot Lot 4 b.. block block 15 11--------------------1".1..01.1.u __ __ _______ . ...... Rullnn.nall.-v. Mra..J ]If I: t' ..A5 a5fi only In the 112 year Seminoles 1859! they in were Florida said to but be They Sell the Earth High Class Entertainments 3)1'In yl


Lot I ___ ____ __ ____ ___ .________ \\'alk.'r. Ii __ 179 during the long period of peace with Chunks. Only. "
Lot II __ n._._____. ______--___________ Met'aekcy. C. ___ 179 the white race their numbers have increased "it
ti E....... e ..
All block A------------______________ Walker, H __n_ 561 until there are now between '\1\
+. t Lot. 9 and L block D.___._ ____________ Rmllh. ]If L.o_ 126 600 and 000. These are divided into Your ad in this Space will Cost Yon tl
' Lot 7 block B----------------------- c Rolfe. Eat. ..85Lot. I WATERS & CARSON GROCERY The Leading Moving Picture Show
the the Okcechoees
four bands Miamis
i. I1, 11. block B------------------... Rolfe, i: ::: Eat. 1.66l ONL Y'$1.00 PER MONTH/ is Found at the
Lot 11..block B__________. _________ - Rolfe. T. F:.. Eel. .86 > the Tallahasces and the pig; 'f" \i
l Lot 11, block B__________.____________ Hlckeon Tho..__ ..65t Cypress: These bands have not been In the Oldest and Most Widely Co.Everything. '1
Lot block Rolfe O. A._____ .85 PASTIME THEATER ;
the Kls-
chief" in
iota If I1; U. C-------------------. ._______________ - 'V..lk..r. O. 1.___ I 66 governed; by iny( "great for Read Newspaper
Lot I' block D_________..____________ "c.., Snyder S 8.____ .85 about ten years, as was formerly their simmeeValley District. to Eeat. ',j{,
Lot 1t. block D__________.____________ -- Han.ell. Den n_ .R5 custom, but each band has their leader Gardner Bra, M gr.. L1
: Lot 18 block D________________________ Smith A. 0..--__ .85 whose duty is to preside at councils 0"Fi'
L.1. n....... .. .. for administration of the unwritten J. W. PRENTIS .
i !I Lots I. I. .. '. 1. I. t. to. 11. U. block A_ W..rln& A Edy laws of the Seminote tribe that NELSON REALTY CO. ;.

y, Iota a. t. 6. 1. 9. 10. 11. 11. 14 to U. In. .:::. Warlnlr. u.i--Ed=- ".77 from time immemorial have been ] ; Pianos Organ., Talking Machines, 9 A ;a.

olu.ive block _____ ____________ ... .....r _______ I.IIRLot handed down from generation to gen- Darlington Ye. ..,:;;t
13. block B__________ ____ .u. Unknown ___n_ .tlbil eration. Machines. ,
Lo I to U. Inclualve block C._______: W..rlnlf & Ed- Sewing Property Sold oa t.-:
: __ __ 5174f Fond of Colors.
ii. "r Lot. 11 to, 10. Incflu.lve. block Cn_____ W..rtn"", & Ed. of -Semfnole{ braves (
the Broadway.
'\ ...ard. ________ .... Many. are Commission. .
Lots II t. U. block C________________ WarlnEd.. types of physical f excellence. Their qtr.
wards; ___ J.1i8 native dress consists of a tunic of Various \ ','
Lots 1 to t. Inclualve block D_____u__ Waring -.i--: EdLot. : colors with Which W. G. HANKINS .'j(
:. 'Ward. _ __ L90ward. bright, gaudy "
n D. G. M'KAY REAL ESATE Ee-E. MAGEE jl
.,10. 11. U. 11. 11. 18. 1-8. 20. block D W..rlnlf k" Ed- mckskin, leggins and moccasions. are

'lot II block D_._.:.__ ; .___;;--;--_- ".. Hamilton. -----6.1: 3.96:.8Si / sometimes The worn. full skirt. Adding. Machines and. AGEN'Cy' Carpenter and n u 1'141' I" '
Lot. If, 3L 3/. block D.----.r.....-. '. W k Ed. squaws wear a long, 1
arrlnlr 3,11 which effectually hides their fare feet, Typewriter < Job Work and General Repairing
. ------- Graystone Block
....-.... 1.' 3,1' '", T".' .. t. 103 lock E..d: ." 'Vaeln. of. Ed. with-a long-sleeved waist. They are ,
., .. ... i .< Saw Filing a Specialtya "
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d, .rd. .D' \ '
Lot. I ..block F.-..-----:.....--; ..:: .,.. ,. .....'. Unknown-.---------- 1.ltI very well behaved modest, and shy, : For Sale.::.. .,_: Sell Land Anywhere on Commission 15 Darlington. 'Are. 1I *I IDANN'S
1.0 t.1.bjock .___ _ .__ ___. and it ls considered Improper for as .
0. "' -:... ;-. .a ._. Unknown.______ '.11i I 1'/
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-- .. - much 'as their feet or ankles to; be exposed STORE. o'
DEPARTMENT
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to view, although their waist ; OLIVER'S SUITATORIUMMade

iv 'C L. BANDY, Tax Collector, Olceola County and skirts do not meet by six to eight ... & UNLEYJewelers I Iw

,. inches, this discrepancy being only :t Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes i Made to Measure Clothes ;",

partly or covered collar by to a the shawl-like waist. attachment Their- I I Furnishings. and Optometrists Clean g, Pressing and Repairing

I dress is even gayer colored and more A. : Haip Cleaned and Blocked .

The I gaudy than that of the men, having' J 5c and lOc Store on Third Floor. 111 Broadway. .. I Phone 61. ..1

I wide stripes .of red, yellowy blue and | J y -- I
white encircling both the waist and i I 4 47.f'
): CO.
LAND
skirt with of :' HUNTER
great string bright
iJ American C. F. DIBBLE & SON I V. R. ELLIS ;
: colored bead around the neck making '

1 I an appearance that would do {,, 'Real Estate, .*-..,.....-*""""" Electrical. Contractor 'jProperties .

i 4 a'Si credit to... masquerad" or fancy dress'' } I Fancy Groceries I,
that ..WillV
/ affair They show no desireto ropyi I : Water and Light Collector irf f'
.
n the styles of their pale-faced nintera! i ;
Adding f z I : I .
t i The :Seminoles' kind to their Please. I Phone 220 .}
0 are I Ifllmlles. } Phone 154. : 8 Darlington Ave.
.
a ls; a I i ,' fond and) devoted to their I ;

I childieiif, ate |>uie in morals and honest I -

Machine t, among themselvesand! with the i t I[. C. STANFORD CO- ROSS.GRAVES i "

whites. They Ho most of their trad | 7
f
1 ,4111i' ing in :Miami and Fort Lauderdale.In Dry Goods, Clothing, and Shoes Hardware Furniture, Stoves, ... f '.

; Latest t these pla'ce" are certain stores l' "
i' The Adder { Ag'ri"ulturallmplements,
fit
y grip' '
)
which make their
p ffi r rs they headquarters 1; Furnishings and "" '
Ell for all purchases and sale of their Building Material, ,, ; ','
furs hides and other products. Theyare t4
2esei&eak! & nihr 's, very suspicious of the motives and I Notions.. Paints, Oils, Etc. I :

designs of white men, and the few I 1 ;
'
..
who- are able to speak and understand I -
for 10 days' trialk English have been taught by DUTTON-ij.\RRIS co. -SAWYER ; ERNEST L. .GREEN '


:; at Cole flc Unley their chiefs(white"E'stahadkee man no KolowagusIpxeeojus" good ; lie Sign Writer and Decorative
I'
_f .. too much). And it is very reluctantly I Shoea. Books and Stationery: Painter i
Now w mak> this otter so thatofTlces :
T' Here la a new price on a comt that they give any information as I x
'' >..tellAft".r On a machine that e\erywh.'re may learn to the location of their camps, hunting h"

vi I* rapid. tull-.lae.n4) Infallible. whut this machine moan to grounds or home life.IFaye ,I 106 Broadway. 26 Broadway. i Phone 283. '
'them.
The very lattal machine., built Rattlesnake{ Cure. |I .

by men 'who know .In one of thelargtat It is believed by many white people .
metftl-worklna; thopH Ten Days'Test that the Seminoles have some secret I I KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. Get Your Candies Fresh From the ARTISTIC

> It I I. an Individual Adder. to l,e remedy which Is a sure cure for the i JOB PRINTING
placed on one's desk close to We will gladly place In any ofon. - bit. of a' rattlesnake. Tom Tiger- Everything for the Home. CANDY KITCHEN '
.' bonlr To take nee one American Adder for I The Best that Man andMachinery 1
.I1 and papvra. .' a deer being asked one day "What does -
1. the place. of the central machine ten da).' test. j an Indian do when bitten by a rattlesnake K. 0: Garland 23 Broadway Can Do.

r e.q iIring skilled, operator There will he ho obligation ?" promptly replied with a twin.kle .-

It 1* also Intended for offices and 'harues will bit prepaid in hia beadlike eye: "1Ie takes, a Manager. F. C. Howe Prop. The Valley Gazette. ;-

And *tor..* where Costly mr<:hln... Compare It with any non-lister. big sleep." t''
'
r \ are a luxury. '--even the costliest Let anyoneuse They are said to be good traders

a. It. See If any machine can having their price on each article an i Your ad in this Space will Cost Yon LET US FIGURE WITH YOU 4
The ,.price I I. due to utt-r .im.ne better than thl. persistently refusing to sell for less ,,

q .pllolty. and to our enormous out- Just sent this coupon and we'llsind than their original price. ONLY $l.,o PER MONTH

put. Seven key do all. the work. the machine Sofka, the principal diet of the On That Next Order of Printing \ i'

Seminoles, is prepared by the In the Oldest and.Moat Widely' ( tij
Each number squaws.
1i I. ahown copied up for checking consists of meats and vegetables, Read Newspaper in the KU- Ours is the Better Sort. J '4:
r before the addition t'le.. send us an American Adding 1.v-- v mmee Valley District.
boiled together in a large kettle and ... The < .
; /l: ;:; add _Macnin for ten days' free triaL .. thickened with grits or cornmeal. It II .Valley Gazette. ..

aubtract and multiply. is usually eaten by the family and vis

.With ft -7.: .alight prac.UUa N._. ___h -.---______-:_____________: itors from the kettle in which it :, -r F. H. LAWSON I -
can computehundred
NEW & SECOND HAND STORE GOOD
: PRINTING
cooked with ingle wooden
large
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flfure a
:t minute-And the tnahlne t- Street --Addrea' .___-______:.___...___ .:._' spoon, each-taking his'or her turn A J. E. Mullenniz, Prop. ,

'.. .*-ak**?narer( '--> ',7.make- *ml-. JI.tJ'u____.__..._______.-.--.._.r. ingle spoonful,of ten. being passed. r Cash Store Formerly at 501 Broadway: Depends on the Man and Equipment a
from one to another 'and .
iC0untleuo i I !Ice lar. supplyingtwo ; -Now- rA

} .(...d arniiiU arebl..ttl g ,.... ___._.________...;._,-,==.-..;:......... or three with/ s mouthful. Stewart Ave.. Near "PasUme" "We Have the Best of Both".
f rvm thr tbe -- .. _
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I''o, : Year"bvyear; we- Me the Seminole .
r'T
hlaheal cln** of .-e..rl0qilianfactturri crowded farther and farther lack into 10 Broadway. "Decidedly a V VARIETY Store." 'The Valley,. Gazette. '

ud 0........ N Aasarlraa .Ca.'''C..paay: Chleaara.'UNLEY ::. the Everglades.- The government hs i

A,/' 'd :.t! "d"b" : COLE ind ., .," .-. '2t' tag' great canal from Lake Okeecho STATEMENTS NOTE HEADS J t
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.... ,y. 7 .' . ,..Ajeetani, ix..1 I rr bee'to the coast draining thi. section W. B. MAKINSON COLHardware BROADWAY FISH MARKET ,
r '
: e 3f the Everglades, 'and the Indian BUI Dead.. Letter Head. BoslnaM: :
. .. .. ., have been sad '
.1' n".q, compelled .to move on toward Cutlery, Boat CM Broadway Visiting Card PrOalptlj : ?

. I, the Big Cypress. swamps, andItAppear Execnted. .: -
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: n that even the almost impenetrable [ "Drop la to' S e. -' .
Boost 'Kissimmee 8.>p1Iea and 0.. 27..L s'v; n
, Everglades.-the 'ancestraland r
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B"-7& !i'i c"'r iEIn"fO: :the Valley\ : :Gazette gradually rightful 'home.:.passing of ib.fromv! Seminoles.'are their posses._ ,. Hllhli.rj. I* / CarMy" Prop.. 'Tw ;V.uq.tk...'.1 .;:. -- ',' r .. i f
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