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 18, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00703
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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"BUCK" PAYNE AT ANY STAGE Paving of Main Street ShortCut
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Now and his of ADD COUNTY BOND ISSUE to st. Cloud and Bulk ','
'A Exchango Directors "Speedy" Alvey crew County Board HoldsSpecialMeet # "
Kissimmee "home made" ball players head.! All I''. find Advocates II '

Visit Polk put when over they an easily extra defeated game this the week Davenport Week .* 'Among Business' Men't C \ .'

CountyWILL Tuesday team Afternoon.by a score The of regular 9 to 1 day on This ( CARRIED BY VOTE OF 2 TO 1 1' ,. ;.< 0' ."

for the national sport has been the .
ALSO GO TO ORANGE Thursday half-holiday each week but SESSION CALLED FOR SPECIAL MANY APPROVE BOND'ISSUE :

COUNTY TO NOTE PACKINGHOUSES owing to the fact that the boys hada PURPOSE OF SELECTING THE Approval of $150,000 Expenditure on Roads of Third Dis- ,
scheduled in St. Cloud
TO GET IDEAS FOR game on CORPS OF INSTRUCTORS FOR
O.RPURP.OSE
Thursday they slipped over one for IN- trict of Adjoining County Means that Dixie Highway Route : :
) LOCAL PLANT-DIRECTORS TO good measure on Tuesday.It VARIOUS EDUCATIONAL . a
y HOLD MEETING SATURDAY. was Klssimmee's game from the STITUTIONS THROUGHOUT OS- by Way of Kissimmee and St. Cloud l Will be the I '-I -I I I t'4

a yJ very start, and although the visitors CEOLA'COUNTY.The ; Others Have 'Plan
Different
First One to be Completed'Travel
used two pitchers to stem the'tide of I < ,

Continued marks interest the efforts and increased of the local enthusiasm : hits and runs, the locals could not be county board of public Instruction will Come this Way.. But All Want Some off Pro'i ' '
stopped. They hit..t will and ran '
rI'' branch of the Florida Citrus exchangeto wild on the paths. "Buck" Payne wasa of held Superintendent a special meeting C. E. Yowell in the office on- posed Work Started as,Soon. '
perfect its for handling ,
arrangements "
pucsle to the visitors and the best
' / the citrus crop of next season. they could do was four bangles in the Monday of this week with all mem- The Dixie highway route by way of south range thirty-seven (37) out; as Possible. '" ,' I 7?
j The directors of th. recently- whole nine innings, Buck was a little bers present for the purpose of selecting Kissimmee. St. Cloud and Melbourneis thence continue through center of section "
) exchange who are. C. teachers for the public schools. now assured. 6, township twenty-eight ((28)) ;
Funk wild, walking four but only once
H. J. M. Lee, J. S. Stratton, did the free result men in a run. The U.t.. named was as follow.: The third district of Brevard county south rang 36 east; thence north Klsatmmee want. *.' mor. 'pnblU. lm- ,
S C. Miller, A. )I. Chisholm L. E. "Speedy" pass continued his School No. 1, Kissimmee. which is the district adjoining Os- fifty degrees west one and onehalfmiles provementsl ;. r

'. , Partin J. S. Bronson, J. W. Miller stride begun in the last hitting week, High School Principal. R. M. ceola county, voted $160,000 in bondson crossing the St. Johns river to This fact was brought out this week, '
+ and iL M. Breaker accompanied by with Winter Park when game he three Evans; assistant principal. Miss Al- Tuesday of this week for the purpose a point on the half-section line run- In a .aeries-of Interviews ,with some { k
got mans !Leitner; Miss Louise Clark Miss of the road from the ning east and west section '"fi
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f Secretary J. W. Prentis, left this clean bingles in as' times completing through of the prominent citisens .
I morning for Polk county, where they against the-famous Dell many This up Clara Ledbetter. Osceola county line to Melbourne 81. township twentv-seven: (27) south, editorial in the Valley follow f ; 'a
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', will visit th. various packing houses time he slammed out four hits n.in five Eight A-Miss Albina Smith. where it will Join the east route 01the range thirty-six: ((86) eastthence week citing three separate propositions .
Eight B-Miss Emma Futch. Dixie highway down the east thence west along said halfsectionline "r
of the exchange as the guests of C. trips to the plate. In fact the whole which might be taken up br tbs
H. Walker who is the sub-exchange hit well and showed Seventh A-Miss Frances Langston. coast. of Brevard county; length about city council.' >Theme three propositions ;' fare
manager for that county. team base speed on the Seventh B-Miss Lola Lawler. A telegram received from the Melbourne 16.6 miles; width thirty feet. ; estimated The bricking of'. Main;[ street %

On next Tuesday the same men will Johnson himself the Sixth B-Mrs. F. C. Bryan. Time. says: cost of construction $42,436.42. from the end of the present paving '
t. Lacy proved
) Fifth A-Miss Harriet Wilcox. Melbourne, Fla., June 16, 1915. If anyone) will tace the trouble to
pay a visit to Orange county as the Ty Cobb of the team getting four to the corporal limits, there to Join, 1-
Fifth B-Miss Myrtle Bobbitt. Kissimmee Valley Gazette, read carefully the entire notice of ejection
guests of A. B. Johnson, the sub-ex stolen bases he the paving which the county has decided ,
although was only on Fourth A Miss Louise Thomason. Kissimmee Fla. which with this issue of .
the
sy change manager of that county. to put in from the city' limits; '
the twice. Each time he stole
paths Fourth B-Miss Cecelia Overstreet. One hundred fifty thousand dollar Times has been published five times, i
x These visits are being made to get second and third and by his swiftnesscaused to the Orange county line to join the sal t
4 ideas as to packing houses and to which he scoredin Third A-Miss M. C. Bryan. good road. bond issue for third district they will note that there are nostrings new road being constructed from Orlando ' '
, ' decide upon which sub-exchange the misplays by Third B-Miss Lottie Lawler. Biwvard county carried.by a vote tied to any particular stretchof the "short cut" on the St. Cloud ,'
r .ar local exchange will work with when The each box instance. tells ,the in Second A-Miss Ruth Clark. of two to one at election held here road provided for in the bond issue. road by the construction of a All and '
it begins business next ...aaon.A scores story Second B-Miss Medora Russell. yesterday. This action assures com- The drainage project will no doubt bridge across'' the head of the. lake h '
follows
committee appointed by the figures as : Primary-Miss Emma YowelL pletion of west branch of Dixie highway prove a factor in the carrying to completion adjoining the railroad bridge; and the "
i >l members of the exchange is now busy KissimmeeAB.. R. H. PO. A. E. Assistant Primary Miss Lucy from Kissimroee) connecting all all of the roads leading far bulkheading of the lake ,front under
I Johnson, cf. _____ 522000 east coast route at this and Into the back but the workof
upon the task of locating a site for apacking Witherspoon.Music place country as the. provisions of the law, recently 4
house, which will be built in Carson, lb. ______ 5 2 2 It) 0 1 Dep.rtment-MI.s Myrtilla across state highway to Tampa.MELBOURNE construction will begin in all cases passed by the legislature. ', '
the event that the exchange is unableto Alvey ... _______ 534331 Scales. TIMES. at the river front road 1t is likely that All of theee propositions found.advocates
make arrangements for the Story e. -_______ () 2 2 7 0 0 School No.2. A.hton-Mrs. Lelia Last week the Melbourne Time carried the drainage problem will be mat by those Interviewed and Y "
or lease of one of the houses purchase Payne p. ________ 4 0 0 1 G 0 Harvey. the following statement from Hiram thr Um*>the roads are completed to a while some among disagreed upon the rneth-- '
already in operation here. McGowan 2b. __ 3 0 1 2 4 0 School No. 3, Shingle Creek-Mrs. Platt, commissioner pf the third distance west, to where they will be ode to be pursued, practically,' every
. '- A meeting of the exchange was held Bullock cf. _____ 6 I) 0 0 1 0 0 district, explaining just what work I affected by the drainage situation. one was agreed' that the city.should '
I 4.1. last at the 'council McAllister. 8b _____6 0 0 2! 0 0 (Continued on Page Five.!) will be done: '. I I These U no legal question, howe..erJwhy t |
Saturday
city hall. ._____ _ ____.
Weaver If. ______ 8 0 1 1 0 0 = In view of the fact that there seemsto that11-can see. work should not Continued Four. ''
( on Pag* >)>
- .- - be a question in the minds of some be started on all of the roads at the .
( (Continued on Page Four.) Totals ________ 40 9 12 27 13 2 PARTY OF ORLANDO of the voters who are greatly inter- : same time if the bond (issue ie/voted '

}, .. DnftlportAB.. R. H. PO. A. E. ested in the building of the Melbourne- and the provisions thereof are complied ..

Trumble c. _____ 4 0 0 11 0 2 Kissimmee road across the St. Johns with. Very respectfully TRUCKGROWERSPUN.;, .
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: : ;-2SEY; INJURED IN Tolor, If. ____h__ 400000 ESCORTS DRUGGISTSBOARD river to the west-county; line, I wantto HIRAM PLATT. .
call attention to Ultfl items contain County Commissioner 3rd District: '
Whoolery rf. ____ 4 0 0 0 0 0
ed in election which Th. of this bond issue FOR REORGANIZATION J GN
J. Adair lb. ____ 3 1 2 10 0 0 notice apply particularly passage P
,:. RUNAWAY IMPROVING Tedder cf ______ 201000G. OF TRADE SCOUTS COME to the road In.question, which means that work will begin as soon _
, read as follows as possible in Brevanj county and the MissssSMaaas* V
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D. Adair cf 2 0 1 1 0 0
1 !" rv __ Brock. 2b. __,_h__ 4' 0 0 1 3 2 HERE TO MEET TRAVELERSAND Bridges-One bridge to be built on county commissioners of Osceola have MEETING TO/BE J''HELD".8ATUIU/: '
PILOT THEM OVER ROADWAY the Melbourne road about 600 feet already ordered work to start about
WAS UNCONSCIOUS Angle 8b ______ 3 0 0 1 2 1Kiml.r '
MAN WHO DAY 'AT: WHICH IMPORTANT ,
long, the-St. Johns river aboutone July 1 on the Osceola of
across county part
TO THE CAPITAL CITY OF
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1 0 0 0 0 1
FOR THREE DAYS AFTER ACCIDENT ss&p. ___ mile east of the pp ant where the the road. MATTERS ,WILL" BE .TAKEN,UP '.
NOW PARTIALLY CON Haynes p&ss. 200050 ORANGE COUNTY. township line dividing townships The completion of this road ,will .AND*..DEFINITELY SETTLBD:
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twenty seven (27) and mean that a large bulk of the travel .'
SCIOUS AND DOCTORS THINK Totals 29 1 4 24 10 6 is and twenty-eight GOOD 'ATTENDANCE IS BE
Orlando always up doing , ..
(28)) crosses the range line dividing from central Florida to the east coast "
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THAT ULTIMATE RECOVERY IS Score by Innings. whenever there is any chance to show ranges thirty-five (85) east and'thlrtysix --. and vice..versa will com by way'ofKisslmmee I QUESTED :t: ...., v
:" PROBABLE. Kissimmee003 020 04x-$ off the Orange'county capital to visi (86)) east said<| bridge''I to'1\i be I and St. Cloud.:* At present eVTh ''" .

Davenport ..........000. 000 001-1 tors. Monday when the. druggists constructed. of wood material,! estimated the indications are that thia p.rt"ol County. FriI"find: ; i. '
Two' from the south part of the state-j. >assed cost.'of, the western route of the ,. < .
base bite construction of, Said Dixie highway :
followIng Summary- Story ,. : I I .wiU ."1' ,
association ,'hold
Unconscious for three days Weaver. Stolen bases .Trumble Johnson through in automobiles en routeto bridge being- 2.500., I ,will be the' first completed and Truck Growers' ('; ,ran
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'"' his skull in a' runAway Atlantic-. for their Important at the city coun ;
' to Beach meeting
anjnjury state '
! (4)), Alvey (3)), Payne. Kimler ; Roads-Oneto. be known and F'I designated that the traveler will'get.the\habit '
accident Wednesday of last committee from the.Orlando cil hall Saturday'morning -at vlO
on J. Adair ((2)), McGowan (2)). Double meeting, a as the Melbourne road, to, begin of the.. Kisslmmee-Melbourne route be-
Pweek'Milton E. Losey a farmer, who Board of Trade here to meet .o'clock.-.Secretary Fansler,aata 'th t
came .
fore the other
I at Melbourne and west route by of Bartow
run
r. plays, McGowan to Alvey; C.nonunas.isted r way f
V 'lives south of Campbell Station is the dozen more automobiles and there be ,jai'full -attendance. of--,..the
or through the center of sections 8. 4, 6 Arcadia and Okeechobee com : :
( ) Left on bases, Kissimmee .
conscious and members this is the business
now said to be partially escort them to Orlando. and 6 in pleted. as first
township twenty-eight (28)
r may recover. ; 8, Davenport 6 Bases on balls, Editor Glenn of the Orlando S.psi- . session held by.,the organisation in .j l '
}::1 ;: Losey received this hurt to his skull off Haynes 1, off Kimler 1, off Payne nel, who was one of the party. dJjVpedinto several weeks and there '
'ti' and minor Injuries last Wednesdaywhen 4. Struck out by Haynes 6, by Kim the Valley Gazette office and tant'matten to be disposed of.'r_ '

,\: in a brave attempt to prevent a ler 8, by Payne 7. Innings pitched wrote the following note about the OFJULYPLANSNOWNEARING The organization of the citrus) grows
r runaway, in which his wife and two Haynes 5.6. Kimler 3. Passed balls, trip: FOURTH ers into an exchange will .take com tid :
'r a.? + children remarkably escaped injury Trumble Hit by pitcher Weaverby Hon. Joe Sears was rushed to Kis of the members out 01/the joint, as.'
and Miss Mary Lamb of this county ( Haynes)h Payne (by Kimler). simmee. Monday in Dr. V. W. Estescar. sedation and the plan is to reorganise(
e received a broken leg he grabbed at Umpires. L. Bass and Parrish. Sears saved hie railroad fare to the association Into :a 'strictly truckty; < )

the rein. of a dashing mule and was buy drinks for the Orlando party after COMPLETION RAPIDLYPlans growers body. This matter'will .have,., 1..... t. LJ,,
t thrown under the wheels of a wagon. they arrived here. Col. Sears recounted to be thoroughly discussed and it is.I* ;;
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Dunne and H. S. Geiger believe that his opinion that Mr. Bryan was the -- so that'every detail may; be,d!Heided ;, '.; \ '

Losey will recover and are optimistic RESULT OF CONTESTPreliminary best little resigner in the country. for the big Fourth of July simmee. The special excursion train upon. ; < !?* 3A .r;:
1 tf over a turn for the better. It was Sharing Sears' stories were J. P. Hoi- celebration and barbecue to be held scheduled to leave Sanford at 8 The matter, of membership-. -. fD'\he '
td at first thought that the man's brook, the Hupp man and Central here on Monday July 5th are now o'clock on the morning of July 6 and Florida Marketing bureau has.. also ::
.' chances of living were not large. Florida Highway association delegate' going ahead rapidly. Each committeeis arrive here at 9:30. Returning the 'been hanging fire for several .weeks .
a" a Losey is a middle-aged man, crippled papers were filed in the to Chattanooga; Clarke Robertson at work on Its specific part of the train will leave here at 6 o'clock, but and this mUst?be taken, up'andaset..,: ,
.1', and wean a wooden leg. His ,' office of Clerk of the Court Overstreetthis Orlando city commissioner; Doc. work and everything is running along those who care to remain for the eve tied. s The secretary at recent meet-4
act Wednesday when he risked his life week by Attorney Cary D. Lan- Estes chauffeur and secretary of the smoothly towards the definite end of ning may return home on.the'midnight ing was instructed to get more datssi';:,: '
i' was a heroic one. and is a testimonialto dis, of the firm of Landis Fish and Orlando Board of Trade and W. M. one grand big day. traid. upon this organization and it is likely .\
..'.r, the brave spirit and:heart of thel Hull, of DeLand to start an assump- Glenn editor of the Orlando Sentinel. that he will have some important

l;-., man. People of the community area I sit damage suit In which damages are The primary motive of the trip to Kis The finance committee held a meet- Members of the Elks' lodge who live facts to give to the,, members. ."....",'. .. J y
., taking large interest in Losey's condition !' named at $1,000 against the merchants simmee was to meet and escort into ing early this week and appropriatedthe in Kisnimmee are preparing to fit up The association has been considering -' '
and hopes for his complete recovery who took part in the recent Orlando the druggists. Despite the sums for the expenses of each reception rooms for their brother Bills for some time the proposition' tf,<.'
1'} fi fj are expressed on every hand. contest conducted in Kissimmee.The : bumpy condition of the roads Mr. committee and' the chairmen of the on the occasion of the celebration and incorporating' the body and this mast . fi ;
; ::11 He is being cared for by the city. I' suit is brought in the name of Sears expressed himself as looking committees were notified of their allotment will see to it that all visitors who.are also be taken up for consideration.at',.... \ ,'

Miss Winona Allen, one of the contestants forward to more bumps at Washington of ca lWith this definitely wearers of the antlers are properly this meeting, .All in all the meetln al'.. ,. w, *n
'1ifc and the merchants named in' with considerable!: glee. settled there was nothing left to hold entertained promise* to be the most importan n -t!, y"
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r NARCOOSSEETOHAVE held by the.'organlutioD'&net, It.I." r.
c the praecipe for summons are: C. H. back action of each. (
.. Hall and Marvin Goodman partners The committee is arranging for necessary that every member be present '' "r :..
A r A CITRUS EXCHANGE doing business as Hall & Goodman; BUSINESS SCHOOL TO The gun club has practically com- those two old Fourth of July standbysin if possible. n ;:(' ;, ,Ii'
C. W. Dann doing business as Dann's pleted all of its arrangements for the the way of a "greased pole" and I
Department Store; Earl Lupfer and big state shoot to take place on the "greased pig" contest These events :( J
Holmes Prather, doing business as the HOLD COMMENCEMENTThe club range on the lakefront as one of never fail to furnish plenty of amusement ST. CLOOD.GUNCLUB1N ;t
C. C. has-been. spend-
Worthington. Lupfer A: Prather Garage; Gus Smith the attractions for the celebration. Invitations for hundreds and they should ,
workif and Bartow, Dutton doing business as have been sent out to a large good attractions.It t-
the Smith Shoe Company; Leon Fen- Kissimmee Business School of number of clubs and replies have already prove DEFEATS KISSIMMEEf:

the citrus fruit growers of that sec nell, doing business as Fennell's Bar- which Prof. B. C. Ansted is principal, been received from Haines City, is planned to hold a number of ;
tion. .He expects to hold an orgaiination will hold its commencement exercises .
bershop; R. A. Snyder, doing businessas St. Petersburg Tltusville and St. of various distances and '
meeting next week and already Snyder's Pressing Club; E. L. in the auditorium of the Osceola High Cloud. A number of other clubs will kinds running and race. be heldon A squad of the St Cloud Gun dub,; r '
t has' about twenty. .thousand boxes of Johnson, doing business as the Osceola school on the night of June 28. A nice also come for the shoot A program Broadway bicycle, which races, with wiU all traffic ten in number easily defeatedthe J

a \ *. fruit pledged. ,- Bicycle Shop; C. A. Cole, doing business program for the event is being ar of events is being made up and nice roped>> off will give aa fine a race courseas Kissimmee Gun club squad in a match 1 ;
;:*? as the Cole Jewelry Company; ranged. The diplomas will be pre- prizes will be offered for the various can be found anywhere.A clay. pigeon shoot on the local rangeon 'W-I<
1 : H. R. May doing business as the May.. sented to the graduates by C. E, contests.; the lakefront yesterday afternoon.( t "

h 1 ; B. Makinson, G. M. Taylor and J. W. lic instruction. The Kissimmee ball club is arranging E. L. Lesley, Roma Thomas andH. and the scores for the., two. }. ( ,11 4)
IN.BATTLEFrank Prentis. Students who will receive diplomas a game for the celebration also R. May is arranging for the musical rounds were as follows: 'J 44t. ,
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from the Kissimmee Business College and the boy. to a i.WOUNDEP promise put up goffd part of the program and it is not $ Cloud. ,:J
.. are as follows: Rhea Pherigo. book- article of balL The team has only been i at nil unlikely that there will be two Goodrich ___..-..?----rw_ lt, .,13 3"
.. FRATERNAL AID UNION keeping and stenography; Virginia defeated in one game this season and.I bands for'.the occasion. In connection Morgan ___......____.___,15. :.18 ...''".. i :' "
, .' Vans 'Agnew and R. W. I I Makinson, bookkeeping and office rou- this feature of the program will no' with the musical end of the program Porter'' ____.__-.-..__.-..-..ISTaylor1 14- .r rf.yes r

.G . f,".. Meiklejon. who left Kissimmee some tine; Etta Witherspoon, stenography; doubt prove an interesting one. preparations are being made for a big ___,.?*.._-..-,,.;;, /17'. -;; !.. r
,.' months to take part in the"great TONIGHT.Marian Porter, bookkeeping and stenography ,
ago .MEETS HERE street dancein the evening on the Albritton -,-.,.*.,,...*. tQ tU+1 r''' :
I 'J'waf/and.who are pow in the trenches ; Nelson H. Makinson, book- A tennis and golf tournament is being pavement of Broadway for two blocks Brown --.-1'" ; ;I1 :fN': ' !1'f{.7Dr.
!' ;' *. In Franeerwere both slightly wounded keeping and office routine. arranged at the golf club as .another With the bands playing in the.parkiways. E ntriken..r------.J.y.--. O Ii18 f'"'!',)

fI.ij:.: k bv-the:: same,shell Sunda May 23. The Fraternal Aid Union, newly Students who will receive certificates feature of the day. Contestants .. This feature should be.a good,.George. :.i ...; ..;.:.:.i...l1 .:.i liDougherty ..F. '
4' \:(' ?4Mr..Agnew! writes as.f 'I.w.- J formedinsuranee'order, will hold'a of proficiency are ''as follows: are expected to enter these eventa'from one -for, those who 'care'to remain. ,for -w.w.......... ..:.- '.:....... !. 12'' r" 3j'.+... it \b
I- ,.A DicAon .Hill\ w...killed loagsidesLr W. L 8.' Bullock, bookkeeping and office all of southern Florida, ,, .
JI.-t; : meeting tonight in'the lodge room in parts the evening. Iarea."I. '-.-. ... 18'. I2& A ..Ji.,. ?,. "
j; ,aE'me; "\Meiklejon got, a 'slight scalp "routine; L: See Carr. bookkeepingand "_t 1All'IIrrangements ; ...... : .
; Kiedmeiigv. i;
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full
attendance will .
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wound from the .same shelL' '$.got a the Graystonecaeino; office routine; Lyle Story book Pony races be another eventon : I -I. ,
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-are' being'eom w12IuI
if" tamemberIYti OY.ratreetl.u., : ..... : ,' "
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d.alrecL'i the riders from all
touch!stj the'sameUme and'anoth.r i keeping; Ralph H. Bearded, bookkeep program"and , --t
man-was'; ,killed-by >It.: We had U Gottlieb, ,state-.organizer{ ,?.*&?be ing,and office routine., parts of the .county and adjoining affair pletecl-.for which the will barbecue beheld. part in the of court the Livingston Lnpfer '."-"y.art....-..:,.. .,j.;.tab... .." ;'t....j.t:."r;..t'-. '
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see thattbe Jodgeget) well .. i for : \: "-f "
presenttp ns f i ii'The counties expected to' compet. -----r t
rf'a t n crouched-low to' where ,the shell sandbags started 'Ifh. ', -Ii" ::; ', d'lt.. I DuPont Powder company and the prizes are that will be offered.. house .square. Tables will be erected Makinson, ........ ..j-.....:;.; 11 il : .. '4'
< camebooming i
+.'+- "wet.ithickestwhen..the and plates and cups provided.for,the Stevens,_ ,. .'. ,,-> "
}' " and : .:TogetberlwlthRaD.; of I the. Winchester Repeating Arms com r. 't I : : frrl-rf& i r: ro
iqto our, trench; a good Cored '" \The f'Atlantic Coast Line has 'offer hungry crowds.j-' Fine.'Florida beevesare Prather', :... '. 1'f ,';. .
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dosewnough UII.citrhe.rhaa been la St., :pany have written letter to Earl Lup.I ,,r! ,,! +J[ ..
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',i 'PACE '2. THE 'KISSIMMEE"' ,VALLEY' GAZE'TTE"';, .. 'FRIDAY, JUNE ,18, 1915


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wtl ,. r pyschological 'mom.nt -had' :'arrived. smart,'Alec" some pretty -girls, 'more .... 'O.ooot.t' OOtOOOO. .N.ow Mmes.,lair RratflM Woe't Cm.Th .' t'

The: Kissimmee Valley Gazette The people had, stood bad. road as loafers than it needs, a woman that : THURMAN CITY.. ': *w'cured ort e.-r..*tfa.BO. .nutter..,edera.ol.bow. old loa.reUM. ..Uodlnra D.*, -
would. wanted old the town would be OU. It "1_
long as they ,ney good tattles, an fogy 4'' Fortef AU-tpt H-IlB
,OBOSHBD. AVERY FRIDAT. OFMCH IN VALLEY OAZBTTBK18SIMMKK. Duu.DtNO. roads and they wanted them connecting better off without" men who stand on 4 OOO'O'OOOOO..tOOO'. OOO'" Palm and II.*, *.*4 UM s ._M tin". SSc aoc. :.SlJlt i

O8CBOLV COUNTY. FLORIDA. .. so that they could get somewhere the' corners and make remarks about "- 4 N

on them. 'women,the man who,laughs the idiotic 'James Bronson and family 'and Mr.! .
"W, B. HARRIS sad E. G. VANS AGNEW _ OWNERS So they took up the talk of the Dixie laugh every time he says, anything, and Mrs Driggers have moved into LET US HAVE YOUR .

Vi E. E. NAUGLE, Editor and Manager. highway in great shape. They wentto scores,, of men with' the' caboose of' the'Totoloches house. on- Michigan: WE WILL SURPRISE'. YO .
the first meeting in Kiisimme by their trousers worn smooth as glass, avenue. C

a \-j' RATES On. on. 7ea.ru___________________________..... the ten. They went to the big meet- men who can tell just how the for Nicolo Ferrico spent Sunday in Kissimmee. -' i
f t ,'I': On.SUBSCRIPTION copy. six month____.__oop___.._ On copy tbr. month________. ..re.A ing at Chattanooga by the scores from eign war question ought to be settled, If you want material, we manufacture 011"-' '

x .. this state and by the thousands from foretell the weather and how to run Ike Lanier drove a herd of cattle : from the stump and can save ) '

All communication, except from our uthorl.e
SujJeUa'm-tt.r" not b. returned unl... ealUd for. -__ served by the road. They went over have probably made dismal failures of has aome very fine cattle. workmanship to be up to the Stand
-- ,- ----,- ---- --_..- - to Orlando the other day by the hun- their own.-Orlando Sentinel. I I ard.
ten
-- ..cona-cl.. mttr.) G. M. Taylor has purchased _
Poatoffloeln Kllmme Florid.. a. dreds. Four hundred men from twen- -- .1---
n r (Entered at the -- --- acres in Thurman City.

t I I FRIDAY, J U NTlTTs, 1915. ty-four And counties they organized, they estimate that it.thing. Said I : Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba spent Yellow Pine Lumber Co. ,

and Mrs. Jacobs.Mr. .
Sunday with Mr.
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Systematized it. Secured pledges to
.1i - IMPROVEMENTS for us to act. Polk county has beena build the road and will see that it is and Mrs. A. A. Abbott, Bert Promptness Our Watchword.

PEOPLE WANT-+- bit slow in getting started and until built What did it? Newspaper talk. I About Kissimmee Dickerson and Mrs. May Stockdalewere Phone 195. Kissimmee. Fla. x'i i
friends Thurman
;, It is very evident from expressioni! they do take some action it is up To be sure the time was ripe and it City Sunday.calling on in .
following the eiii to us to look after our own laurels on was not hard work, but it was the 1'
Hear, on all sides in the the St. Cloud-Melbourne road. newspapers of this and other states There is going to be one grand, big ,I S. C. Acree'and daughter, Ruth, To Drive Out Malaria
"r tonal on the subject of last printed week that the CoSANDOIL - that furnished the vehicle through time in Kisspnmee+ on the Fourth of spent one day last week with Mr. and And Build Up The System ;
Valley Gazette July. When Kissimmee attempts a I Mrs. James Bronllon.I Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
' 1 KOADS. which the road will be built. Don'tbelieve I .
people want public improvements. -+- it. What was the first thing celebration you can bet your bottom'I W. C. Sensiba roped a nine-foot TASTBLKS3 chill TONIC. Yon know r
Most of them favor immediate action 'ligator in the road while on his ai-I what taking, as the formula ia
'. to Mainstreet There has been considerable discussion any man with an idea on it did? Wentto I dollar it will be a lucces.-Maccl you are
i; upon the proposition pave the road Standard. home from Kissimmee Saturday. printed oa every label, showing it is
since move-
here good the didn't he ? Where
; n from the end of the present newspapers, I' has the hide now, nailed on his garage. Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form 1
i the limits.A ment has become prominent in regardto should he have gone ? They are the live in Love- The drive out malaria, the
}r, paving to city "How would you like to Mr. and Mrs. James Bronson entertained Quinine r
great many of them want t.he sand oil roads.the! Clearwater The following Sun edi-will machinery that gets that sort of pub- land, Col., girls?" inquires the Spar- the latter's parents at dinner Iron builds up the system. 90 cents v

city to take steps to raise money tc torial from lic service done. tanburg Journal. For that matter, Sunday.Mr. .
be found interesting in this connection does that road for a
And what
build the short cut bridge and fill mean how'd you like to live at Kissimmee, and Mrs. Acree spent Mondayin
"
Icy / across the head of the lake to shorten : Florida? County commissioners have Fla., girls?-Columbia State. Come Kissimmee. Mrs. Acree was call-
For many months the press of the promised to build 125 miles of brick
the road to St. Cloud. down, girls, and give us an opportunity ing on old friends.
I state had the "sand-oil road" bug, and instead of thirty between Lake City
t A number want some action taken to "Tampa" with your affections. Miss Zell Acree spent Monday with tt tte
-'i looking toward the bulkheading of the the Sun stood almost alone in its fight and Miami. They have promised to I -Tampa Times. Mrs. Bronson and Mrs. Driggera.r .
against something new and untried. eliminate seventy-two miles of woods
lake.
The Sun stood abuse and villification I '
There is enough sentiment express trails and replace them with graded
.j. ed for each of these improvements to from the state press, even the intima- roads or better.Newspaper I e

iii urge the city council to consider each tion that the "brick trust" hud boughtus talk ? II = STATE NEWS CONDENSED = J JI I
; f'\ of them seriously. Possibly the councilmen out. A pretty good line of talk, eh ? I } '?,
I A begun the consideration In our own county a sand-oil road
have already ------
of these matters informally expert was brought into a public Dr. M. C. I
West Palm Beach.-An epoch mak- Myers recording secretary;
r and will have some definite ideas in meeting for the express purpose of I ing event in the history of Palm Beach Izlar, Ocala, corresponding secretary,
j view at the next regular session. We "showing up Powell" as he unreeledhis State Press CommentIn county occurred on Thursday when a and Dr. T. S. Robinson, Jacksonville, .
ir., ; hope that they have. We believe that tale about Hand-oil roads at 55 I solid gold spike, the first to be used treasurer.
;"
'" they will find the public behind them. cents a square yard with an upkeepof on the new Palm Beach &: Everglades l
There seems to be a rather growing 25 cents per mile per year. lie railroad, was driven into place with I Lake Worth.-Lake Worth's new
sentiment in favor of a bond issue had a majority of the citizens with line with the Florida Grower's appropriate ceremonies.Ocala.J. I $4,000 city hall is completed. It was I
; funds for the immediate him who thought it good sport to policy to develop the state in all ways finished this week .and all that re-
'I -, to provide I grill citizen of the county who was in this issue I A. Barton, thirty-five, of mains now is for the architect to accept -
all of these a possible we are presenting -
; launching of one or pro- in his belief that the sandoilwas Lakeland, was found dead by the it, and it will be turned over to
sincere to our readers what we believe to
r, jects. There are many good argumentsin Coast Line track He is supposed to the city. The building is an impos-
'J J in favor of such action and there area merely a fad being promulgated be a step towards community develop- have been struck by a passing freight ing structure of concrete anchor
f i I great many people who believe this by sellers of oil and machinery. "Powell ment. I but the coroner's jury suspects foul blocks and characteristic of the sub- E. G. VANS AGNEW Aft,

:i Is the best plan to pursue. Others was squelched\ ," said many. Farm papers, city newspapers, play. lie had been here for several stantial city which it represents. Valley Gazette Bailelio,. I
4 differ with this view, although they The expert one Kelly, had the magazines and the national govern- I days.
believe that it is necessary to take action crowd hypnotized, and a large: delegation ment have all discussed the problemof -- O -- ---- I ICOC04000

as soon as possible on one or of our citizens went to Dade making rural life more attractive, Tampa.-Standing before a dresserin O Co OO OOOOO
his bedroom at i>09 Marion street j
of the propositions.A City to see Kelly, the wonder-worker, to prevent the young folks from leav-
more Fred E. Hardin, forty-eight .
great many of the citizens point do great things. It cost the citizensa ing the farm for the lure of the larger sent a bullet crashing age into his years brain AT THE SPA

to the fact that just a few years ago pretty penny and $50 was taken cities. Social life, made possible by dying instantly. A few feet away from
q l when the city was engaged in improv- from the Pinellas County Board of good roads and the development of hm when he committed the rash act, ST. PETERSBURG; FLORIDA
ing Broadway and the building of Trade funds to pay for a special trainto the community spirit is recognized as Mrs. Hardin lay; in her bed, and by her I .,
'I sidewalks in other sections that Kis see Kelly the magician. one of the most important phases of side was their infant child. The

t., simmee enjoyed the greatest era of Kelly "blew up" a few days later, this work, and we believe it to be couple had quarreled.Pensacola.About. .

J{; i prosperity in her history. Money was and left the state. The work he be- foot *v
true.The
11 +' plentiful and the merchants were doS gan at Dade City was completed by local merchant is one of the I I was paid for Palafox $800 street per propertya r

ing all the business they could possibly local road builders. necessary factors in a good town. The few days ago, the record of which
attend to. Visitors who came here The Engineering Record, a techni- town is the place where the community -:' was made recently. This was two
were impressed with the activity and cal paper of repute, has the follow- gravitates to. The old folks enjoy improved business places on the east
as a result we had more visitors than ing on the subject of sand-oil or sand- the trip to town. The young folks I'I side of Palafox street, between Ro- '
we could take care of. It was event asphaltum roads: look forward to it with pleasure! it is mana and Garden street, and was sold -of "\"

necessary to furnish cots in the depot "While the Engineering Records always a holiday for them. There is where for the sum of $25,000. L

l ,, and to hunt up rooms for the hundreds prefers to encourage rather thanto the old' and young can meet kindred I the close of the citrus i'h a- r I., w .-.
Tampa.-With
who were unable to find a place throw cold water upon attempts to spirits and exchange: views. Withoutthe records kept by
shipping season, .4
1 to solve road or any other engineering: town stores there would be no f :
stay. the Florida Citrus exchange show that
a "It was the old story that "nothing problems it is felt that a word of town; no central meeting place for I 26,291 carsloada of such fruit have I {. !" t--"

,i succeeds like success." We can have warning should be uttered in regard the community. Unless the commun- been shipped during the 1914-15 season x.
the same good times again if we will to the sand-asphalt construction in ity patronize the local merchants therecan making a total of 8,670,030 boxes. t -:

'.I prepare for them now. Let us issue Florida that was the subject of an be no progressive town. II The crop will total 9,000,000 boxes. I

fl bonds or take up some other plan, if article in the issue of Marls, page Country newspapers have recognized at 12 o'clock! '0 You can have, so cheaply and easily,

,' some one has a better one than bonding 622."The the necessity of a buy-at-home last Palatka.-Promptly Friday 'as previously: announcedby A VARIED;; VACATION"Where
,
work at Eustia was not laid movement to build their commun-
1 r and begin public improvements, up Sheriff Kennerly, the trap was Ocean Breezes Blow." :
one or all of those mentioned. Let's on a compacted sand base as described ities. But when a paper has a wide ....
the Stover
and Clyde
"
r advertise to the world again that, we by the writer of the article in circulation, extending beyond the paid sprung the penalty negro for-the brutal mur- A cost-little travel ticket, a few hours' journey and yon are .,:7f

i are an active, growing community, question, but on a clay base; and we place of publication, coveridg! several der of the two Gardner brother near at this cool coast resort. ,H

i ', that w* have faith In our city and let's are informed that the sand-asphalt counties, or several states, they are Welaka last January. Seek Nature at her best on Tampa Bay. Come and bring your :'

"I get money into circulation. Once wet surface is constantly covered with an usually silent about buying at home. family, and rest and bathe aid fish and saiL )"' ,I
',do this the people will come to us inch of sand to protect it. The workat I, The Florida Grower has the widest Lakeland.-While cranking: his automobile A aide _
delightful by
trips trolley "
Friday State Senator Henrv great many '
t Dade is described circulation of know of ,
i again and we will reap the benefit. City as a com- any paper we "', ,
J. Drane, broke one arm and fractured boat and auto. Outdoor band concerts. Games in 1
failure. This however be take the It is the
to campaign.
plete u
; This is a matter we should give serious may up another and he is suffering much
t' consideration and now is the explained by the fact that the sand- first farm paper in the United States from ,the injury. Senator Drane the parks. Water sports. Safest beach and finest

1' time to act. asphalt mixtures were mixed by handon to advocate buy at home. It is in line pain only arrived here from Tallahassee bathing) facilities in Florida. Simple, hospitable social

,k boards. At Sarasota the pavementof with its'policy to be impartial towards Tuesday, after an absence of nearly atmosphere. Home-like hotels, boarding houses and

4, KISSIMMEE FAVORED. this description is shoving. 'Xhe all sections of the state, to foster seventy days, attending the sessionsof cottages with reasonable rates.

sand-asphalt pavement at Mount Dora the'.pirit of co-operation, to assist the legislature, and his many Attractive week-end rates over A. C. L. and S. A. L. railroads
1 ;t Kissimmee is singularly favored by was laid in April and its short life I i in the development of the entire state. friends sincerely regret the misfortune
? the action of the Central Florida his return home. from BOW until September; also periodical ncurl oaa.
hardly permits of any references as Buy at home and develop your own he met upon !
Highway association in its approval to what it will do. in REMEMBER ST. PETERSBURG'S BIG i

of the Dixie Highway Western route "The author's statement that a considerable town.We have distributed to hardware the Tampa.-Maintenance Hillsborough river and operations turning FOURTH OF JUL Y CELEBRATION, JULY 5th [ ..
f and other special routes through the mileage is "under construction dealers in practically all sections of basin have been completed by the
I for Information and Folder.
state. With the single exception of and more is in contemplation,' the peninsular part of the state an Barnard and the big government Write .
; the Tampa-Miami trail, Kissimmee the Engineering Record is informed, emblem to identify them with our dredge has moved to the Manatee "SL Petersburg, Center of Summer Pleasures." 'r

i occupies a place on every route. is somewhat misleading, although it buy-at-home movement. Every one of river, where it will begin work on the BOARD OF TRADE, St. Petersburg Honda. ; :.
"' We were placed on the Dixie western is true that two counties have voted ; them carry some of the lines adver- Channel from the bar to McNeill's

route direct, which: comes from considerable sums for sand-asphalt tised in the Florida Grower. Look point.St. OOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOO'OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOCoOOOOO'ooooooooo

t Orlando and 'other points from the construction. This has been done by for the Florida Grower Store emblem. Petersburg.-With the electionof
north. reason of the encouragement offered Buy there. That merchant has de- the coming
officers to serve during -
W* get a branch to the east coast from the Eustis expermient;; but the clared himself in favor of building up twelve months, the annual conven- ,
j N & by way of St. Cloud and Melbourne. fact should be again emphasized that the community spirit. He is one of tion of the Florida State Dental society ,

And we are on the returning route the latter pavement is not laid on a you.-Florida Grower drew to a close Friday night at
; of the Florida scenic route from Jacksonville sand base as has been done and is -+- Pass-a-Grille., Orlando was chosen as MR.
i to Tampa and return. proposed elsewhere, but upon a stable The Sun is pleased to announce to the next meeting place for the convention FARMERI
But we are especially favored in clay base. While a sand base may be its many readers that it has securedthe following the selection of the
v 1c another sense. Our county commissioners satisfactory for a pavement of type., services of E. T. Byington as associate following officers for the ensuing I
+ ;:' have already ordered the paving such as is represented by grouted editor. Mr. Byington and hisgood year: Dr. A. M. Jackson Lakeland, Do you know that what yon save counts for more than what

of the connecting link in this brick, as is argued by Mr. Blair in the wife moved to Clearwater today president;; Dr. Jesse L. Williams, yon cans? This is true under normal conditions and doubly so BOW. I

,, county to meet the Orange county letter on page 691 of this issue, we and will become permanent fixtures of Jacksonville, first vice-president second ;vice-Dr. Yon have to boy Floar, Meat, Grocyies: and Feed. We can save
'' road and they have also agreed to will honor C. Carabelle, Tampa, these necessities. ;:
r should hesitate to approve it for this community. They president; Dr. D. D. Cruise, Fort yon big money oa <
'a'
' pave the road to St. Cloud. The road ; types such as the sand-asphalt road; Clearwater with their citixenship. - - -- ------------ Write us immediately for our regular price list. Meanwhile ,. 7
gang already has its orders to put "an excellent opportunity to acbieve Mr. Byington has been a close I
herewith submit few
into good condition the road from St. I a high distinction" the opportunity is friend of the Sun editor for many TIME IS THE TEST w* a sample prices: QIII .

Cloud through to the Brevard county based upon hopefulness rather than years, and therefore Mr. Byington FLOUR '
line where it will join the Brevard demonstration and all that we, know joins the Sun staff more than an em- p' ,
; TIle Testimony of KUalmmee People Hard Wheat Bakers Flour $7.50 per bbL
road into Melbourne and here
,\ f; county about sheet asphalt construction and ploye. Stand the Teat. "
Soft Wheat Flour
_
Pastry 7'SO. .
the east coast Dixie highway formerly -
Join Mr. Byington was connected ;
the absolute In connection
necessity
tells the .
of time is what
The test
Self Flour r:
Rising 7.60.
., route. therewith of the most stable founda- with the Miami papers, then finds out when
I This road will be completed long tion, should lead us to doubt the future we knew him in Tampa, where he did tale. The public soon are made, and These are aO High Grad Flours -xl'!; 'j''
before the road by way of Arcadia work and again as the misrepresentations LARD COMPOUND '.
of sand-asphalt as built in Flor newspaper merit alone will stand the test of
m-, and Okeechobee is finished and the ida." brilliant editor of the Tarpon Springs 105 Eb. keg Scco $8.65 7' ;

e , traffic from the art coast will surely. Leader.In n' time.Kissimmee people appreciate merit, 50 Ib. keg Scoco 4.40 i,.' ,:
Lh t come this way. "ONLY NEWSPAPER TALK. business Mr. Byington will
a way
t It will be no longer necessary for assist the advertisers in preparing and many months ago local citizens Dry Salt Meat, per Ib. .13 ;'

h, 1 touring autoists to go to Daytona before So often one has remark "It's copy, reporting such things aa come publicly endorsed Doan'a Kidney Pills; Sweet Feed $1.45, $1.60, $1.75 per 100 Ib. sack ,I ,
citizen
,4' they can find a route westward only newspaper talk" that It is good under his observation, and assist on they do so still. Would which follows a (The price indicates the quality) ;, ,

"' ;: from the east cast They may come once and a while to turn the light the editorial page.-Clearwater Sun. make convinced the statement that the article was unless Con, per 100 lb. sack 1.8 t l.:
0 through to the great central portion upon this muchly-used phrase and see -- 100 Ib. sack '
? Below is testimony Oats, per _, 2.10 : ;
lift t of Florida from Melbourne and they whether after all there isn't a great One thing 'especially that we like just as represented .
such as the sufferer from kidney Peacock Scratch Feed per sack 2.00
,will'do so. deal of good in what so many people about the Florida press Is that practically -
We predict that the bulk of the put to one side as "newspaper talk.'* all of them have an Interesting ills is looking for. Cotton Seed Hulls, per sack .55
$. Times the J. E. Bass, Sr., Bermuda Ave., Kissimme'says Bolted Meal sack ,2.00 I
-... ..travel onoe this road is completed, I The Tampa answers editorial\ page. A good editorial page per
( '" will be by way of Kissimmee, St. Cloud question rather aptly.In the following: need not necessarily contain much : "I suffered from kidney Grits, per sack ? 2.05
i "h i, "and Melbourne. W* even believe that I' "It's newspaper talk," says a cttU original matter. Do not think for a'' trouble for several years and hada Water Grouad Meal, per sack 1.9Q 4

r, :the peopl of Tampa and other points' sen who thinks his opinion Is worth a moment that you have UM best editorial lame and aching back. Doan's Kidney Navy Beam, per 100 Ibs. 6J5
+;, f .Loath,of as will be coming this way to good deal and he dismisses the Incident because you have the moat Pills rid me of the kidney trouble '
page I 5 Ib. Pure Cofe .. .75
' g reach; the east coast. It Is,the most as of little weight Let's show original ,matter. A number of the II,I and backache. (Statement given earn. I_ _ _
'' ? ..practical rout and, it will be the first one thing "newsppertalk" has done best editorials would be lost on us "If February 22, 1911.)

a ; ;on*'Completed ? That'll' the essential for Florida during the last few ....'ka. some' one, who knows a good thing OVER THREE YEARS LATER, TERMS: Cash with th. *r.er. Prices F. 00 B. Ts........_1'
1 '1IG -it point, for one tile rout become tired It was lass than two months, ago that when" he sees,it did.not clip and reproduce Mr.' Bass said- "Since using Dan'sKidney .

/\\1\\ 'in: the minds of the tra"len'llt, will talk'of a DixIe highway'began ,to be them on'his psg. We are Pills, t have never" had al FARMERS ;SUPPLY COMPANY I
'be difficult to torn them another way. heard-"Wheret In, the'! n.wspap.rs. mad*-tot re joieV daily' because of a symptom of kidney trouble. .
f .;1 t' -- That..Ia ,tbVrwte' which"'OsceolaYeountr !They took It ,up"'laDd; discussed ''it few.editors who know bow to us. the Prie, 60c at aU..dealers. Don't ; ;' 101-Water. 'Street "' ; .

'/ will build first;: Of course, w. from'every angle r,calling.,,lon their scissors It,, \take* ;nearly: aa much simply ask for a kidney -medy-eet I 'I.. '
Ti ) eM\pleclce4! to\buUd"""ft road to the readers 'for:;,expressioni ,of. opinionsand ability to .yeeogniae.good,articles as Doan's Kidney ,,Pills-th* sam that P.Box1167'; ,; ;;..- ".. ."Tampa, Fla;. xt

cr J'eHr:' eooaty:UD./' but until the"Polk gnrally pushing tie thing along. it does to writ themv Arcadia News, 111' ,Bass has twice recommended.. 4 t '. r,. : :
t; ..), eountyeUleWe'get busy upon a road The' time wad rip, and it::was easy ** .i "" '" '' >if Foster-MRburn Co.,. 'Props* Buffalo,, .. k
Owe. of'twoa"i: -
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'Of"' : to 'What the Poltidan'alli th.vt Every has liar I ,aN.w York. '
} push .
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o-? thi chairs' except when restraining Thirty .ggs are sa under three hen. I', Mbs1 aclaeI' .W. of Orange, N.. J:"'n Ulna- -
VOlt tired foe T ,
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I {l. deserting partner.1 Aa all girls do :: at the same time, ten1' wider each. I has celebrated tho'twent-ftfth. anniversary ., a.v.r I TaU Oror*'* -
I For for: Girls At the end of seven days we' find on of her successful "
Children management ( -'
the.. Botwlnk' with goal..facility or' trace BoysjMd: testing the \eggs that ten are infer of,a wood-turning mill in that city. The' Cfcl Standard GrovVs T.1-O'
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and nochance.for practice la given,
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tile, which leaves us twenty eggs to Mrs. NeW declares that her In gill! Toole equatiy.valabl. as' a'''
yon'.can' count ol&I'O&I1I'of, 'laup_ success Tome because It contain the ()
General
reset which do
'Practical we ,by putting them business has been due to the fact that .
L from this simple e, Advice ON Setting Hen. under well known toolc properties QUtNPatasdXRONV. '
very game two bens and have
: the remaining she has refused to deal in
Enjoying :th., 8n.w'' In How-to'Deal ''With promluol'J'hOtel ? "
a Droodr It acts on tbs llvsf. Driveseat
'-' I one set over again-after she haslet and that she e
has
Central. P...... Bro>-Teet Fertility of mad. scien '
.neerrkr Ceal Eggm. Malaria. Brricbee the Blood and;
only
vAc Queer, ,Chamber. A'' seven days. tific study of maximum of
:Chamber 'for; the.afe. storage of Ilone-made Candler. ;- A good home-made ,egg tester or' product out of a,minimum of material. Boilda, up UM W." io System. -80,osafeV- q

coal are dag In the bottom of the Panama candler can be made from a large shoe -, ,
I As the ; box,-or any box that is large enoughto d1
canal..Tb* deposits of coal placed be for the hens
broody go over a, lamp, by. removing
to .an
become ,
if
and or sit is
theN will be secure from -enemies, care 1
taken to look in the It'will end and cutting' a hole a little larger 1(4'
nests be .
a further advantage llea 4a the fact .J
than the use of a quarter in the bottom ,

.\ < that coal is lees liable to deteriorate I see that theN is' a few soft downy '
of th.hoz, ao that when it Is set
feathers being left there '
the hens
1 by
y underwater. than when exposed to air. also, the bans ; over a common kerosene lamp the hole 'I Tile ,Frit. Store of ofJKi9tmme .
star longer the nests
on 1' ,
.....:...,..-. when laying at this time and being In the bottom ,will' be'opposite the .
A Tengue.Twl...,. approached will quite likely on blase. A hole the size of a silver dol- _
re-
[This Is said to' II.'a' certain ewe for main on the nest, ruffling their lar should be cut in the top ef the
y) the hiccups It repeated In one breath. feathers and pecking at the up intruder. box to allow the heat to escape. An .

When a twister a-twIsUnc will twist him When it is noted that a hen aits' infertile egg, when held before the :
a twist. the nest for two or three nights on in small bole with the lamp lighted inside FURNITURE ? r
for the twUttnr of' his twist be three the box will look perfectly dear,
succession she
js to be
ready tranaI
tiroes doth _tw.... the
ferred to which same as a fresh one, while a fertile -
Bat U one of the twines of the twist do I a nest should be prepared I will show small dark ,
untwist I for her beforehand. This nest egg a spot, .
Tbe twin that untwlateth nntwMetb the should be in a box and composed of known as the embryo, with a mass of
twist. straw hay, or chaff for 'little blood veins extending in all directions
nesting
ttatwlrltna- twta that untwlateth between terial. Pack this material down ma- if the embryo is living.. If -WE HAVE
, firmly and shape a circular neat out dead if the egghas been incubated III.! :
Ni .. twirls, with the twister, the ewe In of it which'should be slightly deeper for at least thirty-six hours the :
a twin: in the center than blood settles away from the embryo i
at the
Then twlea having twisted the twines eC edges as a toward the dges of the yolk, forming I .1
the twin. nest so shaped will prevent the egg"
in
from rolling out from under hen some cases an irregular circle of .
; He twtetath the twine be bad twined In the
and chilled. blood known as a blood ring. Eggs .
twain.Tbe becoming Dust the hen
b
twain that In twining; before In the thoroughly with insect powder. In vary in this respect, some showing coaaectioa with ear Hardware Bae we sassy
twine applying the powder hold the hen by only a streak of blood. The testing KM ., fmrmitmre. We oaks specialty ./ o.tittiq ....*, .aaj,
Am twines were ntwlsted. be now doth should be done in a dark room.
the feet, head down working the powder ...... refiable
I'f --, u .. entwine:
well into the
Twtxt the twain feathers giving special There la I
' tntartwlatins a twtee a movement on In Paris f
: Photo by; American Preee aeeooletlou. more between. attention to regions around th J to organise a women's automobileclub
He. twirling his twister saaJrae e twist of vent and under the wings. The pow- Bed Room Furniture Dining -
While New York city baa not bad the t..... der should also be sprinkled in the which Intends to enlist all women -

, + much snow this winter there have! I nest. The neat should be in some possessing drivers' lIcenaea.The.e Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
military female chauffeurs will -
L .been several days; when the hills In KIDDIE'S OUTFIT. quiet out-of-the-way place on the :
V' Central farm where the sittinghen will not collaborate with the troops at the
park were covered with a front. Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
be disturbed. Move her
from the
bard.
Icy crust that made ,
coasting a
Cut. Little Blouse, With Trousere Attached regular laying nest at night Handle The Young Woman's Christian association
+ delight You may be assured that the COuches Etc.
by Buttons. her carefully in doing so. Put a china of Boston will hereafter pro-
, young folks of the great city who liver Comfortable and stylish suit for tbe egg or two in the nest where she is hibit women over thirty years of age

' anywhere near that famous playground small boy of tan poplin. Patch pockets to sit -and place a board over the and earning more than $16 per week
made tbe moat of tbe opportunity of the material opening so that she can not get off. from living at the two homes of the 1.
provided by old King BoreaL the waist line are the placed verynear Toward evening of the second day association in that city. Fully 60 percent This store is Bakiaf a nc.... far Itself i ti the Matter .f '
on trousers. .
\ Sad to relate. a fatal accident occurred quietly go in where she is sitting of the women now will. kelpuf people to eotfit .....:. Cows sad see. Oar price are '
t. on one of the hllla In the park. A 1w and leave some feed and water andremove home with the association affected righL

.. little boy In endeavoring to avoid another the board from the front or by the new order. _- r t
< a+ top of the and let the hen come
; coaster slid Into a tree and was neai ...,
off when is
Should
killed. Coasting Ia not dangerous 5 ..4Gt1f ready. ahe 1Filtl
a
return to the nest after feeding remove -
sport but children are aft en .careless the china and TOOLS FOR
egg or eggs put M. TILLER ENGINEERS
at play and when a hlH U long and under those that are to be incubated.In .

Icy It la-not well for very Uttle folka cool weather it is best to put not Real Estate :;

to attempt to coast alone. The accident more than ten eggs under a hen, while Agency.N.NNNNNNN Ne Matter what Idaa of aa Eagiae jra kaveGas, Steam
of course waa a great shock to later in the spring one can put twelveor .. Railroad
or Stationary Eagia*-we kare exactly tke Tools.
tbe boy's playmates and perhaps moat fifteen, according to the size of ywseed
Realty bought and sold. .
f of them heeded the lesson It taught the hen. If several hens are sitting in ia year everyday work-Wreackes, Haulers, Oflers, etc* .
The girl In the picture la Miss Betty the same room, see that they are kepton Houset rented. aO of the best quality sad workmaasklp.. aid at prices tkat wffl t

'' Plerson, daughter of .1. F. Plerson Jr. come the off nests to get only feed allowing and water them which to Taxes paid and Titles verified surprise yom. This store kas tke ....wa. of fc-- B-y ply
for ,idents.
I '4 .. should be once a day. non-re kardware that is of superior quality aad yea will Hake BO mistake '
Forfeits. Fire Life and Accident In- ia cossiaf Len NOW.. '
stock.
Many eggs that are laid in the late iaspectiaf big 4A
When the ;young people are sitting winter and early spring are infertile. surance.
? around after the evening dinner here For this reason it is advisable to set Indemnity Bond
are some things to keep them busy: several hens at the same time. After .
Tell- the culprit to grasp tbe right tr the eggs have been under the hen for
ankle'wltb the right band while stand seven days they should be tested to Osceola Hardware
;' ing on tbe left foot bend It until tbe see whether they are fertile or infer- .00000000000000000000000000c. Company
tile. Infertile .
eggs should beremoved -
right knee touches tbe floor then slowly -
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1 -- and used at home in cooking or for :
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rise to a standing position ngnln. The blouse la of a lighter shade of I omelets, and the fertile eggs should .
Keep tbe left band _tended, touching poplin, with embroidered collar and be put back under the hen. In this W. GRIFFINStaple .
nothing. The right foot must not cuffs' and colored buttons of the trouser way it is often possible to put all the :
touch the floor nor the ankle be released material. Tan cord forms the button- eggs that three hens originally started .
i1lf( from tbe right! hand hole loops. to sit on under two hens and' reset : and Fancy lr
Put one band where the other cannot the other hen again. For example: tZ \ J 1v-'e > It. Do this bjr grasping the ) -4'b: elbow with, the left band. GROCERIES | R. S. FLOYD

Place an object on the floor so no
,
one can jump over It. Do this by 1
"tit placing the article In a corner. RABID I Free Delivery to all Parts I Dealer In ,

Hold the foot In one hand and walk of the City

f'J.M around Doodle."the room whistling\ "Yankee t i Groceries_ Hay, Grain, .and Feed_ .

r'z'' Pose .. "Liberty Enlightening the UDOLPH 00000000000000000000000000 V r f ,,, :. .. \ "
." Corner Broadway and Daldn : '"
,kWorld.; Aye. < y H1
Stick a pin In the center of a ball of AYO'gO

,0, t, yarn the Ylctlm allowing can catch It to stand it with op his so'teeth.that n Tia SELECT, HOMES ,"CHOICE FARMS. -. Try_Us oft Your Next Order For,Feedylj,r ,'" a ;;:' ;9 9r

Black the top of the ball with burnt

; cork. Play this only on a person who VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE.MRS. &
.j.,' 1r Will take tbe joke without getting angry.

4 i' MARY M. SUMMERS I
, .. Put "Mary" through the keyhole. / 608 PenBeld St. NOTICE

I Ii, Write the name on a bit of paper and 'I' />H(BODY WHO COUtD k .

poke it Ihrongh.Ni 0 One block west of Clyde
CUT HIMSELF u/rm A avenue. Notice !. hereby given that the following described Tandy i }
or
\I s 64.r( CU\zoR- (Clyde the second avenue west of thereof as will b. necessary to par the amount due for special drainage so much taxes'
The Game of Wink. levied under the provisions of Chapter (4C, Session La.a of
t, The boys; of the party are seated in COVCD PRo .A9LYl1'.EftT court house leading south) set will opposite be to the same together with the cost of such sale and 111..advertlslnr.herein r

i 1:1\:\' n circle of chairs, of which one chair HIMSeLF/" TO DEt tlit the Court sold House at public Door auction at Kl .on lmtnee the ,fifth County day of of Oaceola.July A.and D.. State I.18, In of front of: "

I remains vacant A girl stands behind WITH% A SFONCTC: HI' said special drainage tax assessment for the year 114. Florida r ,
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r'' each cbalr, her bands on ita back.

',' Tbe girl behind the vacant chair selects o ., o ii .,Y
a boy; and literally "gives him : .. .. :! J
'.' a wink." Thereupon he tries to get S. BULLOCK DESCRIPTION OF LAND. c a:! d OWNER. :;:;j! .j '.

: from his chair to hers His partner BRANCH RICKEYSfIOVLD t h 9 $a aEt ..
however (the girl standing behind ,;; Ii! --:
bis chair), must be. quick enough to rR nor c,+ REAL ESTATE .( ___--_--_______--___--___-_--_____ 24 37 SI 111 Southern Colon- f

", intercept tbe wink and place her band,! = II0lJT r 'WS ZOl .. ____________ ,liatlon Co. 1S.7I r '
a.N.N.e.a.e. All ------ _________________ 25 87 1611 Southern Colon
If ,
on his shoulders to restrain him A Put-i-iaTC7fe.' -. :
,2 she is successful the girl behind the INSURANCi3Examination All -_--_--____--_____-_____----___--__ 26 17 14 <41 Southern Ixntlon Co.Colon-- II." Ai

-: empty chair must try again Dud until ALTHOOruts All ___________________________________ 27 17 14 .40 Southern,liatlon Co.Colon- n." t W

'c: ,'. she tins .secured a partner. Then ... CALIe.Rel us oNLY G1 of Titles a All ___________________________________ a17 9610 Unknown,liatlon Co._ ___ LIT 54.99 r
;\t -of course, there la another chair to be .t tI'O'T .. (I I ICT' All _____ __ __ __'__ hn_ s.e 87 1610 unknown __u_n_ fT. 1 ,
:)"' filled In the same way. : ''' ( e.rN Specialty.

:... It Is a strict rule that the bands of _HT"- rr L C. L. BANDY, Tax Collector, '( ,.

$be EArls must remain on the ]kRk" Correspondence Solicited. Oaceola ').

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I i Society Notes ACRE PLAT OF LANDG. THE LlEY.G'AZETTE' Sociological Campaign


I IS i For State of Florida .t
Genea Ill. June 14 1916.
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Editor.) -
(Matti. Belt Harris M. Taylor, the grocer, hat purchased Gentlem.nEnco.ed: \ And postof- . ..1Sw.... 1
1, ten acres In Thurman City, Ace order for 13.00 *?

t b made to all patron of. the Valley Gazette to Mud Ite.i south of Kisgimmee, and will Improvethe Lion. By DR. J. Y. PORTER, State Health Officer >
Request land. The tract which he bought a
from St. Charles, III., to Geneva, 111. __ ........... _.-_ ,
these eol..1 I. of the finest in the section and
of eenU to tote Editor for publication in one R. F, D.. Your paper is O. K. antimuch
society
10 adjoins the Lanier and Dickerson clearer in type and more readable Once more Florida la making. anew: Marion, Citrus, Lake, Pasco, Hernandoand
. . . >lacea. than most of advance in the fight against tubercu-I Sumter and has a population of
our

f I i'f IN HONOR OF MISS KEY. plAce and may bud out into a regular Yours respectfully you. i plan which it is expected will I secure-.*, .the state are embraced in the sixth

MISS LAWLER. HOSTESS. I Miss )Leona Roberson delightfully farmer before many weeks have E. W. GAhFIELD. I careful survey of the entire state to district which with the headquarterscity

J I : Miss Lola Lawler delightfully entertained entertained! Tuesday afternoon at her passed. enumerate and locate the consump-I Tampa has a population of
tho members of her Sunday I home on MabhotU- street with an at tive. In Florida and spread a knowledge -! 160,000.
4 school class and a few of their friends homo in honor of Miss Jessie Key of of the treatment of the disease' To each of these districts a nurse,
Monday evening nt her hom on St Petersburg.! The home was pret- Prominent Citizens AUTOING DRUGGISTS that is within the reach of those of or superintendent has been assignedto

Church street Dining the evening the tily decorated with white daisies. and most limited mean. carry on the work, a. far as possible -

1 I eiiests were given some magazines, (Mnck-oyod Susans. The color schemeof PASS THROUGH CITYMANY Florida' board of health does not of ascertaining the location and
; books, scissors and paste and told to yellow and white was carried out Favor ImprovementsContinued thel sanitarium treatment of circumstances of every tubercular sufferer
: cut out pictures and paste them in I in i the decorations and refreshments. this It advocate. it for those in her district, to offer assistance

the books to represent the life hu. The following program was rendered : ( from Pare One.) whose financial circumstances permit where it is acceptable, to advise not

.' tory of the person whose name they IiiHtrumental solo Miss Louise Thom- MACHINES LOADED WITH them to take advantage of the splendid only as to the treatment in each par-

1 drew After the books were finished HSOII; viral solo, Miss Susie Speare; begin plans as soon as possible for PILL ROLLERS FROM SOUTH discipline and attention that it In- ticular case, but also to prevent the
dainty refreshments of nheibct. andS instrumental solo !Miss Lucy Buckles; the paving of Main street. sures. The board has realized that the I apread of the infection.
FLORIDA
coke were i wrved. Miss Lawlt-r wan loading, Miss Ruby I'revatt; instrumental Some approved a bond issue and VISIT KISSIMMEE EN erection of such sanitaria in The six nurses or superintendentsselected
assisted bv Miss Helen BaM" "ins solo, Miss Ruby Ellis; vocal others had different plans for the raising ROUTE TO ATTEND STATE for both races and both sexes FIOrida'j for.this important work, were

.J present<< winLillian Harris. Mabel solo, Miss Leona Roberson. Dainty of funds, but there was almostan MEETING HELD AT ATLANTIC yond the practical financial i'Vt" .' Margarc-t lee, Sarah ( iffrvshments of orange punch and unanimous verdict in favor of some BEACH. the state, when it is seventeen applicants. The com-

5 Mary I'loetzi'i Idler' Essie i Bass.. Norm 'ItLrk'j( cake wore served. sort of public improvement work tobe the state of Ohio has expended nearly mittee in charge of the examination

1if fin, Ellen; Ansteil Sammie! Dixon, nroljn M WIN begun at an early date. three-quarters of a million dollars for was composed of Dr. R. H. McGinnis,
Makmson" Marjoryand lUNOR'OF' MISS ATWOOD. Traveling in automobiles such an institution which has a president of the Florida Medical society
I \ Fripp, Joe In regard to the "short cut" to St. a big capacity -
'r Carmen Putch. Leroy Lesley. Misses Lola and Iottie Lawler delightfully Cloud the county (commissioners havealready party of druggists from south Florida of 142 patients only, while the ; Dr. Ellen Lowell Stevens, chair-

J .J w Walter Buss, Munav Overstreet, (David entertained a.few of their! agreed to do their part of this passed through Kissimmee Mondayen canvass of the state shows more than man of the department of public
y Ansted I Riiwnond Hearden, \\ li- | friends "Thursday. morning at their work and the people of St. Cloud have route to Atlantic Beach, near Jack 60,000 patients entitled to Us benefits. health, Florida Federation of Women'sclubs

1t..1 b liam An"I'd, liariv Arnold, I'rlltor home on Church street in honor of offered to contribute a fund of $1,000 sonville, where they went to attend But the board appreciates and favors both of Jacksonville; and Marcus -

Gilbert.; Biadlev Hums. Frank Bryan. I Muss Mabelle. Atwood, of Darien, Ga. toward the work. S. S. Campfield, the annual convention of the Florida 'the practical value of the open-air Fagg, state superintendent of the

t.F' ,It,r Edgar Bryan, J. C I edl.etter, PaulBeu1.er The guests brought their fancy work who lives between Kissimmee and St. State Pharmaceutical association.The treatment which is within the reach of Florida Children's Home society. It

'f; : Paul |Irxwdy. Henry SlnIt1t'f' I and the morning was pleasantly spent Cloud, said while in the city Monday, automobiles were decoratedwith I even the poorest. Within the past few must be apparent that a person quali- ..
'.\ a tary. L. I D Ceiger; | sowing and chatting Miss Atwoodwu that he would be willing personally streamers telling the folks along : weeks plans have been completed to fled to undertake such a large and important -

,. 1t M J presented a very pretty workbag to: $25 to the proposition and also the where the machines were I put into operation, July 1, the district work must be fitted not only

,, t ,,' SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARIY. I which each of the guests heIrI'd to that give he knew others who would con from and where they were bound. The nursing idea and to cover Florida with discernment professionally, but she must have and keen be
inuke I ) refreshments h'rand this practical work. For this quick perception.
; Dainty towards this if the idea of the auto trip to the conven- purpose
tribute
(,' proposition
{I Preston Johnson, the served Those the has been able to comprehend readily, social con-
bet cake wore present tion place originated with M. M. Taylor state divided Into six dis-
;. 1 und Mrs C. F .John"o".1 city should decide to make this short ditions that under her observation
"t. son of Mr were Misses Mabelle Atwood, Virginia a Tampa druggist and president tricts, nearly equal in population, not come -
( and fill.
.j I party cut bridge and she meet them with
I was given a "urpr' Makmhon, Virginia Tillor Elizabeth of the state association. including in the operation of the work must
J t Sixth 'birthday ammeisary Monday I Carson, Inez Carson, Marie llud- Here are some of the short inter- Those in the automobiles passing the three largest centers kof popula- tact, hence the appointment on this

afternoon bv his sister and parents dleston, Lucy Witherspoon. HelenMuss. views from prominent citizens: through Kissimmee M. M. Tay- tion, Jacksonville, Tampa and Pensa- I committee of a lay member to judgeof
I 1: Ii Quite! a number. of his' little friends! Mattie, Hollo Harris, Mrs. W. W. Senator Arthur K. Donegan-"The lor, president; Dr. J.were W.: Mills M. A. cola, which already have taken the' qualifications from the sociological
: at hi* home mid! he was com council should take at once viewpoint.
gathered city steps
In
f ('ar..on. Hixon, F. A. Snow, E. Berger, Leon matter hand more or less efficiently. !
surprised 1 by then presence. f to brick Main street to the city limits, The work of these nurses, by forceof
I Hale J. F. Harkness Hall Burgess The first district includes the
counties -
1 games: were played und refreshments DIME SOCIAL. join| with county commissioners .ijn the circumstances, must extend far beyond -
i Clifton Berger, W. G. Allen. W. J. west of the Chattahoochee '
river,
and cake and home made short cut to St. Cloud and evolve some advice regarding the treatmentof
of ice cream
About forty ladies enjoyed the program Houlihan and C. C. Cox, of Tampa with headquarters at Pensacola the
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_I served. Those in attendance whereby the lake front be tuberculosis. It must include, if it
candy were the homo of Mrs W. plan may
given at R. C. Hockmsmith of Palmetto by the of 1910 being
1 ; population census
Tuck
John T IA-sley, Joe ulkheaded is to be fully efficient, the wisdom to
were: afternoon i
Makinson in
B. Wednesday James Stanfield, of Bradentown S. 01. about 134,000. The second includesthe
Jeanette Griffin: Francis I Dunne J. Z. Roberson heartily favor the ; correct insanitary condition, to advise -
er,
Dime Social for theI'rI'.yt..ian
form of
the
i Dick a Ben, of Sarasota; Joe Moore of Clear- counties between the Chattahoochee -
Harris, Thaliariffin; of Main street to the intelligently as to children's diseases -
i 1 I Virginia church The paving corporate
programrerlaisted water; Roy Chelf of Brooksville; F. and the Suwanee rivers, with
Makinson. Mary Scott Richard Ban- limits and the short cut to St. Cloud." and the many ills that commonly -
of two solos Miss Leona
i Nellie by D. Bryan, of Lakeland; George T. Hol- headquarters at Tallahassee, arid with
dy, Harrybrrt Dale, Gilbert, Roherson solo by Mrs J. W. Prentis W. B. Crawford-"I am first and i occur in rural (communities moreor
a der of Sebring Stansfield of
Harry ,
Mary Naugle, (Geraldine Johnson Carol and contest in which Miss foremost in favor of bond issues for ; population of 104,000. less remote from the direct activi-
a song I Wauchula Nat Hunter of FortMy'rs
Makinson, Clara Tucker, George Lawson proved the most proficient public improvements but consider the I ; I The third embraces the northeastern ties of local or city health boards and
Bob Stevens of Fort Meade
J Lee Smgletary, Annie Dunne, Cljrdn )Refreshments of ire cream and cake paving{ of Main street to the city limits ; ; I counties of Nassau, Duval, Clay, Put- where the services of the physician
f Cross of Arcadia S. Gibson
r, {' Harris, Elinor Ovorstreet, Geraldine wrved. absolutely essential to be done now, I Harry ; , nam, Baker, Bradford, Columbia, are not readily and quickly available.It .
were
Lesley. Josephine Griffin: S. E Gardner and if other improvements are not I of Mulberry; Tom Knight, of Plant I Hamilton and Suwanee. Its popula- is a work of possibly immense

r1 Buddy Gilbert, Mary Ethel Gil- ROOk (PARTY. made immediately I would favor direct City Claire Henley, Mr Jewett, Mr. tion approximates 171,000 includingthat benefits to the people of the state in
Wolf and Mr. of Lakeland.Mrs. .
bert, William (Prather, Marjorie Nau taxation for this small strip of paving Goodyear of Jacksonville, the headquarters. an educational direction, as well as in
: Sam Lupfer entertained a few of I' M. M. Mrs. W. G. Allen
; gle and Preston Johnson ." i Taylor, Daytona is the h wdquarters of the practical advice regarding the home
his friends at rook Wednesday evening Mrs. E. Mrs. Paul Bur-
1 s C. A. Carson-"I believe it would be Berger, next district, which*includes the At- open air treatment of tuberculosis. It
GOLF CLUB DANCE. I at his home on Verona street. After wise to do the bulkheading as soon gess, Mrs. R. C. Hockingsmith, Mrs. lantic coast counties from St. Johnsto is confidently expected that its suc-
the rook dainty refreshmentswere Claire Mrs. Jewett Mrs. R.
games Henley
e Dade with estimated cessful issue will
the certificate plan. If an populationof warrant its speedyand
possible on
as
Crowd of dancers attended served the tables. Those Chelf
A mefry on present Sails and Mrs. Roy were repre-
77,000. Gainesville is the wide
headquarters the
extension
should
by employmentof
the
city arrange some reasonable -
i dance the club Wednesday Misses Corinne Gilbert Ethel fair
g the at golf| were sentatives of the sex.
finance the of of another district which a larger force of capable self-sac-
to embraces ,
-
plan
; evening given in honor of Miss Ma- Gilbert: Ella Mae Gilbert, Mary Sim- proposition
j belle Atwood of Darien, Ga., who hasbeen onton Lucy Buckles, Jessie Key of paving; Main street I believe" it wouldbe OOOOOOOOOOO OOOO OOOO the counties of Alachua, Levy, rificing women. _

I. an Attractive visitor here for St. Petersburg, Messrs. James Buckles a good idea to do so. O 0 I . . . . ----.-------.
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-I y: .- several weeks. The evening was very Jim Huffman, Leon Estey. G. F Parker-"I believe the city 0 CHURCH NEWS. 0
t':' pleasantly spent in dancing Music * should pave its part of the road to > 0 0000000..000000000..000000 tem 2.4, nitrogen-free extract [555
.
was furnished by the Woodbeck orchestra MRS. WEAVER. HOSTESS. Orlando and do so as soon as possible." OOO Oo"'O'O"'O'OOOOI 0 4 crude fiber 33.3, ether extract 1.7, and
1 C. W Ionn-"I am always. in favorof DOES FERTILIZING ash 3.2. The. from
rh'' and cane plot 4 gaveprotein /:
refreshments
dainty were Mrs. P Weaver entertained withan Rev Father Fox, of Orlando, will *
IMPROVE <
"i 1 terved. wereMr Among those. and enjoying Mrs. J. the S. afternoon tea Wednesday at her issue public would improvements be the only and way.a I bond he- I be in Kissimmee and say mass at'' OF JAPANESE QUALITY CANE: 4 crude fiber 2.0,.'{nitrogen-free 5 <>, ether extract extract 1 l.iI 5t5q:
Jr evening homo on !Mablx-tto street in honor of (1:10:: Saturday morning and will have *
liexe the city council and county commissioners ash :3.5. Plot 5 2.1
: Cudel. Mr. and Mrs J. 11. Clark. Mr. Mist Jessie Key of St. Petersburg. instructions for the (children at 4 p. gave protein .
and Mrs.. J. D. Woodbeck, Mr. and Those present were Mrs. N. C. Bryan, should get together anddi8ul m. Devotion and confession at 7W:: ( OOHO"'OOOO I/'I-free/: extract .r,.ri; 4, crude fiber 33.5,
t \ I Mrs. L. H. Ingram Mrs B. C. Ansted, <" the short cut to St. Cloud and ether extract 2.3 and ash 3 H. Plot 6.
In this
Puulk work of
Mrs. J. Z. Koborson, Mrs. I Lane p. m., and mass Sunday mornin.at eight plots Japanese -
r'' t\ Mrs. S. H.. Bullock, Mrs ('. L. Bandy, Mrs J.1.: Johnson, Misses Mane Hud- the bulkheading. of the lake. II A o'clock Sunday school immediatelyafter cane were used. The plots were yielded protein 2, nitrogen-free: extract -
Mrs. Fred Bass, Miss Mary Dixon dleston, Ruby Prevatt, Leona Roberson J. W. Harris-"I am always" in favor mass If any other service it fertilized with the following amounts 54.r>, crude fiber :'t.1.K\ ether extract -
Miss Mabelle Atwood, Miss Madeline of public improvements.. Plot 112 1.9, and ash a.5.) Plot 7 analyzed
h, and Lucy Buckles. will be announced at mass. I per acre. 1, pounds dried
\ Hill, of Narcoosee, and her guest Miss A. S. Nelson-"I believe that the p blood, and 84 pounds muriate of pot- protein 1.9, nitrogen-free extract 55.3

I 1 Sergen of Jacksonville, J. K. Atwood DOWNING FAREWWELL. city should bulkhead the lake and FIRST BAPTIST. ash. Plot 2, 84 pounds muriate of I I crude fiber 35.5, ether extract 1.6, anti'ash

1 7Y.,. George Gardner, B. C. Dutton, A. D. The members of Ithe Christian make the other improvements. I would Sunday school 9:45 a. m. N. C. potash and 224 pounds of acid phos 3.3. Plot 8 gave protein 1.9, nitro
Buckley of.Narcoosee Howard Katz l favor a bond issue to take care of the Adult gen-free extract 53.8t crude fiber 33.8,
church invite the friends of poctor and Bryan, superintendent Bible phate. Plot 8, 112 pounds dried blood, and \ ;
4l thereof. ether extract 1.9 ash
and W. A. regory. Mrs S. W Downing to meet themat expense class 10 a. m., C. A. Carson teacher; and 224 pounds acid phosphate. Plot 3.8. '
a p sIN the Chapter House Saturday afternoon R. T. Butler-"I am certainly in preaching service 11 a. m., and 7:46. 4, 72 pounds sulphata ammonia, 84 Conclusions. ..: =-

HONOR OF MISS PERSONS. from 4 m. to 6 p. m. The favor of improvements and think that p. m.. pastor to preach at both hours; pounds muriate of potash, and 224 Plot 2, which had received no am- <>,,)
p. bonding it the best way to get them"N. "What' Doest Thou pounds acid Plot C 112 monia for five produced a .'>
( Mrs. G. W. Persons entertained at Downings, to the great regret of their morning subject: phosphate. years crop ,
C. '
for Bryan, Waters &: Carson Here, Elijah?" A sermon to the dis pounds dried blood, 84 pounds muriateof with almost the maximum percentage -
her home on Bryan street with a rook friends here, are leaving Sunday
party afternoon for her sis Nebraska to make their home.DINNER Grocery Company-I think the city couraged. Evening subject: "The potash and 224 pounds acid phos- of protein. If the fertilizer had any
Tuesday should complete the brick street to Plot 6 72 effect on the composition of the _
{? ter-in-law. Miss Estelle Persons who M Men of O-No. A sermon concerning{ phate. pounds sulphate of crop,
i connect with the county work to Or- the effect should have been
ammonia shown
PARTY. the obstructionist. The membership is 84 pounds sulphate of potash -
) Is
visiting her from Buena Vista, Ga.
j lando and arrange to do this as soon urged to attend. Others cordially wel- and 224 pounds acid phosphate. clearly in this case by the productionof
i Rook was played for a while then the Miss Marie entertained "
I O'Berry as the county road is complete. with low
comed. Services short. Plot 7, 112 pounds dried blood 84 a crop a percentage of
11 ,I guests were given a Gilbert to Wednesday at dinner in honor of Miss H. C. Stanford-"I believe that we M pounds sulphate of potash and 224 protein.
work out. Miss Ella May won Jessie Key of St. Petersburg. Covers should do something towards the shortcut THE LAYMEN BUSY. pounds acid phosphate. Plot 8, 112 There is not enough difference in
first price the consolation prize was were laid for Misses Ruby Pre- to St. Cloud, paving Main street the of the
: After a few short prayers. for pounds! dried blood, 84 pounds sulphate composition Japanese cane
i given to Miss Eleanor Kenton and the vatt Lucy Buckles, Jessie Key and and bulkheading but am not sure guidance and strength at the Presby- of potash, 224 pounds acid phosphate from the different plots to indicate

I guest prize to Mist Estelle Persons. Leona Roberson.. p which is the best plan to pursue to terian church last Sunday afternoonat and 2,000 pound. ground lime- that the fertilizer has any influence in
The color scheme of and "
1 pink green pt the finances. 2 o'clock, four of the brethren went stone. changing the composition of the crop.
: was carried out in the (candies favors LINEN SHOWER. S. I,.. Lupfer, Osceola HardwareCompan'y to the church at McLain and Carroll' Analyse In a previous press bulletin it was
d and ices. The house was prettily decorated Mrs. G. C. Livingston will entertain should shown the
we do still and held services. Had an inter- The following analyses were made that fertilizer had no effect
.jl I with pink roses, hydrangeasand Saturday afternoon with a linen something looking toward the pavingof esting meeting with good attendance. from the crop grown on plots fertilized on the quality of the juice of Japanesecane.
\ ferns. Dainty refreshments of a shower in compliment to Miss Eliza- Main and : .
street other city improvements Next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock we as noted above for five years; so
I salad course, ice cream, cake and beth Carson, whose marriage to Dr. especially anything that will. meet at the Presbyterian church, thjn that any different fertilizing previous The only conclusion that can be

\., punch was served. Those present Roy Chalker, of Lake City will occuron bring St. Cloud and Kissimmee into I go to Peghorn. Any one who can to this could have had no effect on I drawn as to the effect fertilizer has on
'were. Misses Lucy and Etta Wither- June SO. closer relations." i furnish conveyance will confer a favor the analysis. the crop is that an application of fer-

Z;; apoon, Eleanor and Rollie Kenton, Co- i p G. M. Taylor-"I am in favor of I by doing so. The Laymen will The cane from plot 1 analyzed: protein tilizer will increase the yield of green

(rine and Ella May Gilbert, Mary MRS. ELLIS TO ENTERTAIN.Mrs. bonding to pave Main street to the furnish oil and gas for machines and 1.7; nitrogen-free extract 64.6; I material, but does not affect its com-
r \ 'filmonton and Estelle Persons. T. W. Ellis will entertain the city limits but not for the other improvements appreciate the favor. The trip will crude fiber, 34.6; ether extract, 1.8; position.

k } e eRl Pythian Sisters at her home from 3 proposed." be a pleasure and a profitable one. and ash 4.3 per cent. Plot 2 canes ,

i/: a o. B. II. to 5 o'clock next. Thursday. afternoon. G. W. Persons, Dollar Limit Store- These people are calling us. Let us I gave protein 2.4, nitrogen-free extract Nineteen women are now serving as

y ', Miss Marrian Porter 'delightfully "I believe in bonds. It is the only answer "Here Am I, Send Me.W.H. i 66.0, crude fiber 33.6, ether extract members of councils in England and

tJ entertained the members of the B. O. TALENT TEA. way for the city to go ahead." I Jones, Chairman. 1.6 and ash 3.8. Plot 3 yielded pro- Wales.
Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman is entertaining Sam G. I I
B. H. Rook Ragsdale--"I favor a bond
club Tuesday afternoonat
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x'ti her home the Talent Tea of the Methodist issue to take care of public improve- ---- - ---
': .: on the lake shore. The
church this afternoon (Friday) at her ments at an early date. I believe we
;( ,; highest score was made by Miss Kathleen -
Bearden. After the rook home on Verona street. should pave Main street to the city
t games
: limit and bulkhead the lake."
.c,. S delicious refreshments of ice cream
M" \ and cake were served on the tables. M. Katz--"I am always in favor of

}f 1 1 Those present were Misses Edna I W.C.T.U. COLUMNThe I public improvements."

Schweikart Ethel Lee, Orpha Rose the H. M. Breaker-"A bond issue IB The Broad Appeal Qf the Ansco f
Helen Bass, Mattie Belle Harris Mau- only'' way to get public improve
ments.
rine Dann Makinson Kathleen
Amy ,
W. C. T. U. meets the second
Bearden. Miss Edna Schweikart will
and fourth Fridays of each month RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY.
entertain the club with a theater party- 3:30 p. m. at the Chapter House. The Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly Picture-takin8 with the AnBCO--the amateur camera of professional qual-

j t next Tuesday evening.CAMPF1RE. e. meeting. 01 last week took the form of Father to take unto himself the ity-i. easily the king of .portl.

a family reunion. The sick and absent soul of John J. Johnston, .1'., father of
1 GIRLS. having returned, reported ready for Brother R. G. Johnston and Sisters The element of doubt in amateur photography ie entirely removed by the

The council fire of the Oskito Campfire duty. The afternoon was given over Mary Marsh and Elizabeth Parker, Anaco. Anyone who can push a button can set just .. good reBult. a. the man
Girls was held Saturday afternoon to business. An earnest day of con- Be it resolved by the members of
at the home of Miss Norma Griffin ference regarding the interests of the Kissimmee Temple No. 21 Pythian who takes. pictures for a liym8.

'1 on Church street Misses Lucile union, and its work. The literary pro- Sisters, that while we bow in humble
There i. with the Anaco-the directions
Downing, Mattie Stanford and Muriel\ was necessarily postponed until submission to Him who doeth all 00 g.eau.g are clear and mple.

Prentis received the wood gatherers June gram 25, when Mrs. J. L. Overstreetwill things well, yet our hearts eo put in You point it at your object, look into the 60de&:...and snap the shutter according -

/, degree. After the ceremony the girls be in charge. The scope of the sympathy to our brother and sisters, to direction..
were invited out on the lawn where work is always broadening. Each of and trust that when time shall be

a picnic lunch was nerved in individual our forty-five departments is virtuallya no more there will be a happy re It i. this mplicity-thi. certainty of reault.-that gives the An.co ita

baskets. Those present were the large and active club, with this advantage union. broad appeal. Young boys and girls older ditto, grown-uplt--Of all likes. and
ruardian.. Miss Elisabeth Canon that the work of each has Resolved further That a copy of
1 Misses Margaret Stanford, Lucile the force of the whole organization these resolutions be sent to our tromperament.-bd pleasure of the permanent kind in taking pictures the

Downing, Muriel Prentis. Mattie back of it. At the next meeting a brother and sisters, a copy furnished AaICO way.
', Stanford, Ellen Ansted. Grace Gilbert, superintendent of flower mission will the local paper for publication and apace
{Carolyn ripp and.Lois Johnson be added-this includes not only the set aside in our minute book for There are Anaco Cameras from $2.00 up, to suit every purse, person or

giving of flowers wherever they may: the Inscription of these, our heartfelt purpose Get one of our catalogues which describes the most popular styles

BATHING PARTY. cheer, but also bestows good reading condolences.MAUDE of AnICO and win give you a hint of the broad line that we are prepared to
n The following party motored to St. matter, food or clothing car of the THOMAS
ti( Cloud Monday evening and formed ajolly sick, and many other deeds of eharitr. ROBERTA OVERSTREET.RIVEKSKABEL show you. Talk to u. about thi. Let UI help you select the An.co beet d

I bathing party in East Lake: Mrs. There are so many !opportunities>> in adapted to your needs.

_> J. Z. Roberson Miss Leona Rober00. this work to help. There never baa N."
4: Miss Jessie Key of St. Petersburg been a time in history when such multitudes "MONEY"
who U Miss Koberson's guest were in the midst of such etapeadona PALACE'DRUG STORE l

--of" ; .(JfIia Leonora Richards, Mrs. J. So Ca- changes economical social., .... ..... __ HC .... ..... ... 5.es ne.
) UJ.J ;. Yip 'Huby.Pn..tt., Mrs. Jen- educational and religious, as now. Opportunities .lM> COirTINBMTAIr ISOHTOAOH SAIl Go RACSDALE Pr.itIeaL if>',
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i. .::.,...' 1 tXeaar*." B.' c.,Dutton E. C. Dus tl- each greatly Beads the other. Our sees, -,.act w., will !..-.. ;<" .; < I.tY I.

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5 ,FRIDAY., JUNE '18' 'III'S THE KISSIHMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE ," 'p1.Ia> ; > : : ..

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"Abet .pI"..... Hv;,
r THE KISSIMMEE V VALLEY GAZETT1t' I' V.-'RvEUU spent Tuesday t'o'Tempioq'buetneaa. ''J. C.r Ledbetter, who I* operating a ed Is that a highway be laid oat as f ai r la the early spring daya. '...beD"1M\ .,
i - - restaurant at'Okeechobee-City tame)CLARKHOWELLGIvEsANSWER: .. the lake and Kissimmeewill,, be th '
r t' (T.l.phe eKe.ll.) I : : ' Weathertarns) suddenly yetr"IDUcI'" or*
, r...: up Wednesday to spend.. several day, outlet for a good section. .
s J. D. Hughes, '()t Loughman n., .speni. in Kissimmee;,.>: ,"r yours'for ,the'"exchange1 warm?;; UM ,appetite ,rravee something 1
{ Published Every Friday By i.Miss'Madeline "
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Tuesday,Inthe., city.. TO WOODALl W. E.:BELLrTeachers cold; crisp' and green "Thl Is p.rlectty.. it
. .YAJl8 iAU1 EWeather '''Fred 'the Hal. : .
W. B. same* O. Scriven representing natural, for in the first: '
, Hill of iNareodsee l , green vegetable ,
Tuesday Kissimmea.. leU''&;. Davis' Piano company; of'Boa.ton. ., ,-y..,. .;.... i.-.,:.. .', *.'although -tbe"' nutrtuv, value ..
i was a business visitor hew : flamedV;
,1 l y ask'j-o'ur/i-ro el', ''to'.upply Thu .7' DECLARES'THAT DEMONSTRATION _: d: I < small Invigorating, there-Is.and a healthfuL.f fcmle Qul1t7'that: tot L

yon-with Reed's bread. 2621Mist' Calvin of Lanter and AGENT Id A HELP TO ,
PJatt RHej
: ; Of all the grtena spinach to tzaec'' ,
f
Report Mania Band the. weekend ,Godwin of,St. Cloud were two of Os. FARMERS AND THAT HE For County, Schools wholesome., A'famous",physician baa";

with friends in Orlando. cools county prominent cattlemen SHOULD., BE RETAINED TO declared that .-It Is' the broom of the I'

I C. A. Carson went to JacksonvilU who visited Kissimmee on Thursday, CONTINUE HIS AID TO THE (Continued from Pace One.)' tomacn.T L Spinach should be eaten'at' 111.\
.
business Wednesday. !lr.. L. J. Griffin left Thursday for GROWERS. least twice a week!:, during the spring'
' L Followinc'are dally temperatures on J. H. Steffea. .
:c her home in New Smyrna after spending J
&i' and precipitations as reported Born to Mr. and Mrs. H D. C.lgrei six weeks here the guest of h.i' School: No. 4, CampbelJ-Mra.! R.>ods season. ItavmJne. however.'can only'
be obtained
by cooklnc. Use .
by Government station Wednesday morning a daughter- sons, C. W., J. J. and J. C. Griffin.H. Declaring that the demonstration Lucas. proper . '
'' at Kissimmee for the week endIng and the School No. 6-White Leaf '''Bay- Tory small quantity.of ..ter. just,
by the county
!i i, : Thursday June 17, 1915: Albert Bearden left Wednesday to T. O'Brien will leave tonight for agent United employed States government' is a blj Miss Annie Leonard. enough to keep it.from burning.'and t
visit relatives in OcalaF. Jacksonville where he will take the
School No. 7.-Center Park-Misi cook In an uncovered kettle for fifteen
the
to the farmers of county,
IfU 4 ! Thursday __ __ ..__92 72 H. Zimmers. of Bartow. was a Clyde Line steamer Lenape for New help Clark Howell a truck who baa Ruby Bass. or twenty minutes. Be sate that: thex \
York and thence Bridgeport Conn. .
i, Friday __ __ ._ ._94 71 visitor to Kissimtnee Tuesday. He will return in October.: a fine farm north of For city baa School No. 9, Finny Point-Misi water to actually boiling before placing

h ;'",' Saturday __ __ ____91 69 1 A. S. Gilbert spent several days at written an article answering one Starr Paisley. the greens In it. aa that to meet Unpor.'
Sunday __ __ __ __91 72 Okeechobee City this week. The Rev. A. M. Chisholm was called written in criticism of the demonstration School No. 10, Bassville-Miss Lillian taut not only with spinach bat with
Orlando the funeral Ide.School.
to today to preach agent which was printed last all other sock dandelions I''
''' -- Monday __ __ __ __88 73 i, D. R. Kllpatrick, of Orlando, was a of Jesse Bumbv sr. one of the old week. No. 12, Nareoo.e.-Mrs. mu.taed.ta spring greens.' 'M a

Tuesday __ __ __ __88 74 .94 business visitor in the city Monday\ residents of Orange county who died Mr. Howell aays: Row Meeker. .

Wednesday __ u __81 70 .29 I Fred Bass motored to Bartow, Lakeland Thursday.; "I saw an article in last week's Valley School No. 18, Whittier A. B. Connor

r. and Dade City on Wednesday.Fred Victor Hill has returned to his home Gazette written Mr. Wood. principals I Miss Bessie Lawson Pretteli Dreeetnp. r i''
at Narcoosee from Horr i Island Ca. all, criticising{ Mr. Bryan and Mr. assistant. When you make French dressing
,..0000..0000000..00..0.00000..OOO.otOOOOO. Gilbert spent Wednesday on ambas, where he has been spending six Donegan for the action they had taken School No. 16. St. Cloud.: bow do ;yon do Itl Do yet poor first: '

..y., ....... business in Tampa.E. weeks with Captain Horr and F. H. in supporting the bill in the legislature Principal J. O. Kinneman i assistant the oU and then the vinegar over the>

J. Mansfield, of St. Petersburg, Stiel enjoying tarpon li hlng. favoring the crop pest bill and demonstration principal. Miss Cora L. Manic. salad and then sprinkle'on th* seasonings .
Wednesday in the agents in Florida. He also and Grade C., '
and
spent Tuesday High School Eighth -
I The Local Field ter A, where Robblns he operates formerly a of general Orange store Con-,, took occasion to call the He advised demonstration the N. Games. Or do yon pour a little O0 tn .a' big ,', r
city.F. agents humbugs. Grades Miss
and Seventh and then In e'
vinegar
Eighth spoon pour enough .
C. Whitthorne, representing the has purchased the Bryan atom on ignorant farmer to sell his farm. .1
and Ethel Mills. to overflow It and repeat.thla .I !
Florida Times-Union was a visitor in Main street next to Lancaster's I small farm process-
"Now happen to own a
the city Tuesday.A. will put in a good stock bf goods. near Kissimmee and will have to ac- Sixth Fifth Grade and -Part Miss of Laura Fourth Lee.-Miss beating the oil and vinegar) with a "

, W. II. Brokaw with Grlffing 40U E. Holmes representing theBentleyGray The Rev. W. H. Ball, who has been knowledge I have not enough sense to Catherine Shadvan. fork until the saJad.la dressed '.*,!
J, Brothers, the tree people. Dry Goods company, of confined to his room by illness for several run it as I know it should be run butI Part of Fourth and Third-Miss Ton do neither of these things If you- '

Mrs. Harry Deyoreo of Orlando hylt i Tampa, was in the city Tuesday. days. l Is much better and expects am not ready to sell it yet. There- Gertrude Mill. are really up to date In your salad, y'f'

here this week, the guest of relatives to' be able to take charge of the services fore I hope our demonstration agent, Second.and One A-Miss Fleda Doo- making. Instead yon use on. of the ,
Mrs. J. W. Waring, of Lakeland,, next Sunday. Mr. B. E. Evans, can be kept with us little. little French dressing sets. It consists) t

Don't fail to see those big values atGilbert's. was the guest of her mother, Mrs. H. another year to help me out as he has Primary and First B-Miss Iris of a tray containing a cut glass) Jug for ki

d M. Pfann Friday.E. Dr. W. J. Winn a prominent;, tho Kis- helped me in the past. 1 am satisfiedhe Oliver. vinegar and one for oil and three shave: '
aimmee physician, was in city
W. J. Sears was a business the Peter yes will help me in the future or anybody 18 TIson Creek Miss for tof'
j I' Cngressman S. McKey, representing terday, a guest at the DeSoto hotel,. School No. ere-one salt, one pepper and
else calls him. I find him
visitor to Orlando Monday. Hill company, of Atlanta, was a visi- mingling business and pleasure. who on Laura Hawthorne. one for cayenne pepper or paprika.:

A H. E. Cole spent Tuesday on business tor here Thursday.J. Tampa Tribune, Tuesday. always"As for ready Mr. and Donegan willing and to Mr.help.Bryan. School No. 20, North Kissimmee,, Then there la a little silver dish about: :;
Colored W. S.
at Winter Haven. E. Mattocks of Mount Dora, was -Principal Massenbergt five inches in diameter In which the ,
Mrs. L. H. Ingram, daughter Irene,, I think they had better be compli- M. E. Wright Matti. King Ludie "
H. W. Grady spent several days this a visitor in the city this week on busi and Miss Mabelle Atwood have returned mented on what they did for the farmers Spear. dressing Is thoroughly and convenient ,

week on the west coast. I from a visit to Arcadia where I instead of criticized. I'll admit School No. 20, West Kissimmee 17 mixed before It la poured on tttv 1's61ad '''

corsets half ness.One week longer gives you a chanceto they were guests of Mrs. Ingram'!].I' the marketing of our crops is not the"" Principal, L. L. Jordan; assistant i
Special Monday Modart at Gilbert's. brother Dr. J. A. Simmons. best, but 1 hope it will be improved.
price. Dann's.J. grasp those big bargains I' CLARK HOWELL.The Pearl Johnson. The suit of white broadcloth will be, '1 i
Misses Mamie and Esther Aurand,, School No. 21, Mulberry Spring more than ever fashionable for summer r

E. Bowen. of Davenport, was a Mrs. A. A. Simpson returned Tues- of Denver, Colo., are expected to ar Miss Edna Schweikart. ; wear. 117 i,
visitor in the city Saturday. Kinslmmee Business Ccllege is School No. 22 Wolf Creek-Miss
,
day from a visit with relatives in rive next .week to spend several weeks r:,
of the best in Flor-
Judge G. F. Parker attended courtin : Jacksonville.On with their uncle, S. L. Lupfer and undoubtedly one Ola Campbell.
ida. It possesses a Department of School No. 23, Union Center-J. P.
Sanford last Saturday. account of unfavorable weatherwe family. Bookkeeping: unexcelled in the state. Hawthorne. t

Reed's bread is what you want and have derided to extend our sale for Congressman W. J. Sears went to Only the highest grade courses cf School No. 25. Meridia. ColoredW. SATURDAY (

need. Ask for it. 26-2t one week. A. S. Gilbert. Palm Beach Thursday to attend the study are taught. The Bookkeepingand . S. Johnson.

last Friday New and second hand furniture celebration marking the driving of the Banking Course is the one chosenby I School No. 26, Ashton Colored-L.
N. H. Noris spent
Mrs. first solid in the authorities for its Vt
sold, exchanged or repaired byJ. spike, a gold one the Panama A. Young. > l
bought
afternoon in Lakeland. A.T...ancaster. I constructions of the Palm Beach & Model School of Commercial Educa School No. 27, Hancock-Miss Hazel vW1*

Modart Corsets half price Monday.Dann's. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Downing and tion. The Shorthand Course is that Norton. .
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Pfann, Mrs. used President Wilson. The ONLY
-1 children will leave Sunday for Ne- by premises School No. 28, Bas.engerPrihcipsl -
Born to Mr and Mrs. J. F. Burck Waring and motored children to and Orlando Mrs.Tues-Sam braska, where they will make their are delightfully cool, facing the ,- Fred O. Revel; assistant, Miss *> Ragsdale Tohopekaliga lake. We teach much Whidden. .
future home. The friends of Bessie
last daughter.Mrs. many
a
ham or Sunday v'el
day. the Downings regret to see them leave more than the ordinary business School No. 29, Pleasant Hill-C. P.

Grace Duryea. of Loughman,, Miss Blanche Brack, of Narcoosee, and all hope that they will be successful business school pretends to teach, as Belknap. \,
spent Monday here shopping. returned home Monday from a very in their new home. we have strong departments in Span- School No. SO, New Eden-Miss : .1

Lawson of Union Center, was pleasant visit to her sister. Mrs. M. ish and Jo'renchalso in Elocution and Rosie McKenzie. ..
G. B. the
One of the new tennis courts at -.
l Dramatics All allied subjects are Miss
31 Deer Park
of Auburndale. School No. I
M. Scarborough,
in the city Monday.
visitor
,} a i iJ Kissimmee Golf and Country club has carefully taught. 26-tf Nettie Hodges. 11

,j J '. T. A. Rodgers of Lakeland, was in I Miss Jessie Key, of St. Petersburg, been completed and as soon as the School No. 35, East Lake--Mrs. Loin Steak
the city Sunday and Monday.S. is the guest of Miss Leona Rober- backstops are placed will he ready for 17c17c
will be Nellie Wenthermee. Per PoundPorterhouse __________
son. having stopped off here en routeto playing. This it is hoped ready Citrus Men OnInspection Colored-
S. Campfield, of Carolina, east of her home after completing term during the coming week. School No. 40, Narcoosee,
M-etita Johnson.
the city, was a visitor here Monday for Women Steak :
,
the Florida State College -
1
at
Dr. J. H. Smihh left yesterday afternoon School: No. 49, Clark-Mrs. Lottie
J. J. Whidden. of Micco Bluff, spent at Tallahassee.A for Whittier in the southern JourneyContinued Huff. Per Pound _________: I i

n Monday in the city on business. now front has been placed in the part of the state in response to a G. B. Woodall was appointed Janitor .

." .New line raincoats just received. room occupied by the Midget Lunchroom I message calling him to the bedside of ( from Page One.) of school No. 1. Round Steak 15c a

a 'Ua nil's. on Darlington avenue, which I I Levi Drawdy, a prominent stockman --. All vacancies to be filled later. Per "PoundChuck __________ '
greatly\ improves the appearance of I residing{ in Osceola county.-Orlando
Dr. George M. Dunne attended the the building and adds more room to Sentinel. which was largely attended. The Steak ';
of the State Medical association Rev. A. M. Chisholm, who attended the YjcFlorida \
meeting in Jacksonville this week. the structure.C. I Mrs. H. F. Beuter and two sons, meeting of the Florida Citrus ex- CITY SUNDAY SCHOOL Per Pound __________, ,

F Thrasher, who hRS the contractfor Don and Paul, left Wednesday to join change, held at Orlando last week, reported ,. ( M 1r, Jrv
,. Special Monday American Lady putting the new roof on the court Mr. Beuter at Iowa City, Minn., where. upon his visit and his remarks Pork all cuts 1 "
Corsets, closing models. Half price.Dann'a. work last week. The will make their home. Mr. Beu CONVENTION IN JULYThe eveC
house, bean they were interesting and instructive. Per Pound __________ _
I roof is going on at a rapid rate and ter has charge. of a large ranch near Walker. of '.' 4

,,, 1 John C. Kirkwood of St. Cloud, will add much to the appearance of Iowa City and has been there several Polk Sub-exchange county was Manager present, and explained Western Pork:- ::2 .
'r visitor in Kissimmee the structure. months, his family remaininghere Sunday school workers of Kls- Q C'
was a business to the the methods under P uo .. ...
.{1'III' growers .p'r --- .
''' Saturday. Mrs. Z. N. Parker, of Arcadia is that the boys might finish the which the sub-exchange: operate. He slmmaihaye: arranged to have their ,.. 'r' ... .

k,4'1IJ-i1' Fred Bass, accompanied by Fred the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. school term. also explained the various methods of next quarterly) .convention The meeting the will first be; Sausage Meat'; O'c' +
Tampa John M. Lee. She was accompaniedby Carl, the four-year-old son of F. pooling the crop. He answered many Sunday'in July ) _
4 : Dalton and Charley Hugfrins. held at the First Baptist church at Per Pound __ _-_____ '. ,
motored to Orlando Monday. Miss Mildred Lee who has been S. Ledbetter, slipped while in the questions put by the growers and enlightened Methodistand i4
o'clock the Christian
her guest in Arcadia for two weeks. bathtub at his home on Tuesday and the members upon various 7:45 Hamburger I

'j l M. Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Katz Lee attractive fell against a trunk, causing an injury points that were not quite clear.J. Presbyterian churches. suspending Pouhd''t:
Miss Mildred an services for this meeting.Following Per \
'J and Howard Katz motored to St. Cloud young lady of Kissimmee, left for her to his back which necessitatedthe C. Curry and C. C. Worthington, is a brief outline of the I

last Sunday. home yesterday afternoon. Miss Lee six stitches. The little who have been here working up the Home-made Frankfurters
Cromartie and visiting in Arcadia several fellow, wile painfully hurt, is in no or organization, were also present 'and program: 14c kr
and Percy has been of
Homer workIngs 1. Devotional service consisting Per Pound __________ .
for danger and is resting as easily as aided in the explanations of the -
I,1 Howard Anderson left Monday a days, and was the guest of her sister, could be expected.Mr. of the exchange.The music, scripture reading and prayers. ,
visit in Jacksonville. Mrs. Z. N. Parker.-Arcadia News. 2. How to Improve attendance upon Home-made Pork Link
and Mr J. R. Gilbert, Miss exchange now has a membership be led by Dr. 14' 1
!! school to
of Shelbyville, Mrs. L. R. son the Sunday C
,i Miss Hazel Naugle, Mr. and Phillips, Ella Mae Gilbert their guest. Miss of thirty-five and another exchange \ Sausages. Per Pound __ r
A. J. Holt.
arrive this evening Marion of
is to Raymond, and daughter '
Ind., expected Narcoosee. k
of Mr. and is to be formed at interest in the
Mary Simonton. Micanopy 3. How to deepen
several weeks with her Sanford, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
to spend and family. Mrs. A. S. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. J. When there are three exchanges with study of the lesson by Rev. A. M. Brains, Two 25 "
brother E. E. Naugle D. G. Wagner over Sunday. They c
route to Plant City to visit D. Jeffords and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. parking houses in the county, a sub- Chisholm. Seta for ________-.___ ;
Mrs. R. W. Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. W. were relatives.en Mr. Phillips is one of the L. Bandy, son Richard, Mrs. W. H. exchange may be created for Osceola 4. Are we making adequate effortto i'D D d,

B. Crawford, her mother, Mrs. May, prominent druggists of Sanford. Arnold, W. A. Gregory and E. A. county.A standardize our schools? by Rev. Liver Wry

motored to St. Cloud Sunday. Gilbert composed a merry party who meeting of the directors! will beheld S. W. Lawler. Per PoundHoneycomb _________ 12clOc
parasols, one- Arthur E. Donegan, of Kissimmee, motored to Orlando Sunday.S. on Saturday morning at 9 o'clockat 6. How can be awaken parents toa
Special Monday fancy the well known Floridiansin consideration of the inter-
when
was among the office of A. S. Nelson
third off. Dann's. S. Griffin, of Orlando, was a visitor proper Tripe t
the city yesterday. Mr. Donegan of the committees named to investigate ests of the Sunday school ? by Dr. W. I
Narcoosee here on Thursday coming: here to some Per Pound __________ **,;
Miss Madeline Hill, of represented Osceola county in the up- L. certain details of the work B. Witherspoon. ,
spent the week-end the guest of Mr. per house of the recent oeaoion of the see his mother, Mrs. J. Griffin who will make their report. The music for the occasion will\ be ?I

and Mrs. J. D. Clark.L. Florida legislature. He stopped at the weeks.has been Mr.visiting Griffin here for several There is every evidence that the big under the supervision of P. K. Weaver Pickled Pigs Feet 2S }
was a representative C
E. Hayes, representing the Kahn Uillsboro.-Tampa Tribune Tuesday of Orange county in the state legislature majority of the crop in this county and the choirs of the lend several their Per Dozen ___-?____ '

Tailoring company, of Indianapolis Miss Almena Leitner, who has been during the session just closed will be shipped the coming season churches are requested to ( -1 1I

will in the city this week calling on visiting relatives in Bartow for a and made a good record. He was the through the exchange. The Workersof aid.

the trade. couple of weeks, returned to her homeat author of the new field box law passed the Florida Citrus exchange also ... I J
>
report success in other counties andit ,
Kissimmee the first of the week. by the legislature. '
L. R. Farmer and S. W. Ashton were is more than likely that fully halfif r fit 1
J She was accompanied by her two Seventeen school teachers took the
Whit-
up from the road camp between and Franklin Edwards not more of the state crop will i'! ''J
nephews, Henry examination for certificates last week '
., tier and Bassenger. to spend Sunday whro will visit her for a coupleof and of that large number only four this year be shipped by the exchange. Midget Lunch \

here. weeks and later go to the mountains failed.' The examination was an espe- Showing that the organization of FAIR PLYMARKET(
: C. C. Hare, of the bureau of crop for the summer with Miss Leit- cially difficult one and the record madeis the exchange here has attracted attention I OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 4m
of the
'I estimates who has headquarters atGainesville ner.-Bartow Record. one which speaks well for the character in other parts country Price .I.Q..U. T..... AprreclM.l
1 was a visitor in Kissimmee of the teachers of Osceola the following letter was received by $
Miaj Virginia Tiller, Miss Ruth the Valley Gazette this week: 10 DARLINGTON AW.
j mee last week. Clark, Miss Nina Bratton, Mrs. L. U. county. <

"., .. F. H. Lawson returned Monday Zimmerman Rev. S. W. Lawler, Miss Everglades railroad. T. J. Campbell, Brasher Falls, N. Y., June 8, 1916. c

evening from a visit to Okeechobee Vera Johnein, Miss Clara Ploct t, all president and general manager of the Editor Valley Gazette-Am very

i City, where he spent several days of this attended the twenty-see- new railroad, was formerly a residentof much pleased to see that a branch of

looking: over the neld.Mrs. nd citf'convention of tho Epwortheagues Kissimmee and has many friends the "citrus exchange" is being organIzed Deschner
,
here who wish him success in his enerprise. observation Theodore
of the state at Lakeland this at Kissimmee. From
and little daughter, DarKarten. A...... 21 i
Fred Bass week. I think it is the best way to dispose \112 h. Hv

;; Fredda Mae returned Monday from R. A. Craig and J. Norris, of Orlando of the fruit. GUNSMITH .4R. A?
visit in Jacksonville with her parents Mrs. H. E. Willis, of Bradentown.
a narrowly escaped serious injury There will be a large block of fruitat Cm t llh sad FhvMa AVWMST.
"It Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sadler. who was here to attend the funeral Thursday .when the big Mercerautomobile Lake Wilson in three or four yearn FLORIDA ......... Our Service? y

; Mrs. L. M. Telford, Mra. D. E. of her father the late J. J. JOhnlton'1 night they were driving to and the owners are all "exchange. CLOUD Prompt and R...... ,Y;

Minor, and Mrs. C. E. Hyde of Apopka left last week for I this city skidded at the first turn in people in sentiment. All that is need *
she entered
: were visitors in the city last Satur- where a I I the road just outside the city limits is>
treatment. She was by ,
accompanied
and crashed into the field at the road-
day. her brother Pat Johnston or this *IA v T
city. s de. Both wheels on the left side of ': .
Mrs. J. M. Wlllson left Wednesdayfor Mr. Johnston returned to the city this the car were broken down but the men t

Jacksonville, where she took thesteamer week.J. escaped unhurt. Their lights had
gone New Line
for New York to spend the W. !Miller\ Dr. Munsell. assistant' out and they failed to see the turn of ;

. summer. state veterinarian with heaVjquatrers' until right upon it. The Sudden turn See Our: '

Holmes Prather, E. L. Fennell and in Jacksonville C. C. Hare of Gainesville of the steering wheel caused the car 2'i and

.'. Earl Lupfer motored to Okeechobee. of the bureau of crop estimates to skid and wrecked them. Cut Glass :.
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t City on Tuesday and returned Thursday and B, E. Evans, Osceola county farm i \
f demonstrator fbmred a party from W endows Silver
... KISSIMMEE BOYS .
Sterling
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h ,, ; "".. C. who has been dangerously Kissimmee to the citrus exchange ; .r :,
t' W. Barrett, ,
meeting held in Orlando last Friday.
'' ; the six weeks, l' '.
for past
ill
, ;r--'i..w __ is rapidly improving and his recovery The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. DEFEAT ST. CLOUDThe If it isn't in the Window it's inside. Call and see. / ;' t ;

,. ,fiL" ii expected. George Patrick died Wednesday morning '
,i f..,' J ',. of :chelera infantnm. Funeral services Kissimmee baseball club defeated \ &
been .t&idne'r'
who baa show
trouble goods.
R.
Persona to ,
J. No
4/f: held
Wednesday afternoonfrom'th.
;' ... W. Persons, left Sunday . were the St. Cloud team on the St. Cloud .
: hi. brother, G. home the A. I ..
e y in Moultrie Rev. M. Chisholm diamond Thursday afternoon by ascore.of .j.
his home ,
''I< \; ." night for officiating. Interment was in 11 to 7. A number of Kissimmee 'I

{ :;'i r1i' ., Ij" Ile I Georgia.; ftoMhill Cemetery.? Member.' of. the. people motored over. to seethe ; , l'c

:;'' C. H:'Armstrong; endDeerln cbara. Woodman Circle attended in a body gam* and a rood crowd. of St. '' Cote, eeU) : : \ '

"' .:: of! the building of the South Florid and'in 'appropriate ceremonies dec Cloud people turned eat. McLean and 'r < _" ,,
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\,s .._ "FRIDAY" JUNE'} 1d.. 1919' .: fr
)i. t ""PACE', 7' THE, >KISS'IMME, !,, ':VALLEY .AiET.T ,,

.. .-- i maintained:::In"later cultivation the NOTICE"Or' ATTACHMBNT, ;l
.... .. . .. .... .. .. .. . .. .. .. . . .. .. oil should I b. worked toward ''the f "' ,' a'


.j,'" { :USE.:HOME,, LABOR ON ROADS' IS 1 I HOW TO GROW" ,:PEANUTS' .1 to plants In blossoms be which covered.to the provide of the pod' 'After peanut a..may bed.of pegging form do loose not..but or eartl have pod-the 'I J.Chaa...To Cvaatr K the,.,J.U.B Caatr,'K.ldon Moorhouse slate_... Defendant Idon Car1..f..,Florida,defendant Plaintiff.f KU ',' .In t 'e, ,


Remarfcabte SUCCCM ObUloed by a T ... r arnicaThe forming( begins,stop cultivation.- Th above cause, and all other persons D.,

: BY G. B. WOOD ALL _ _ _' _ _ . . ..... .. ... A'" A'" A... ... A';' .. .....'. ... ;'.. A.... ... I last cultivation should leave a furrow t.e You.are hereby notified that 'a ':wr .\
i : PLEA MADE II 111111 1I0V IIVI I II 'VVVV.. . .n between the rows'to carry off water of attachment hal been. Issued anHiet '

peanut is beginning to receive vent loss of moisture. On some loose,.j in case of heavy rain Weeds, crabgrass you, and your stock Oaceola.of goods.state at- Warcooeee ,
lands it is sometimes etc., mast be kept down. When county of ..atpsthe 3t l
--- the attention it deserves. It is a ma sandy possibleto Florida. ha been attached to
r chine machine cultivated machine dispense with the plowing and usa < the vines turn yellow the nuts are demand of Ch_ H. )Moorhot / +r t
planted; amounting <<-
Klislmmee Fla. disc harrow instead. If the soil Ii ripe. plaintiff' In the above cause
less '-
Woodall.F. harvested crop, requiring I the to Two Hundred .ent'oFour and.
of 0. B. to harvest peanuts .
Editor Valley Gazette Kissimmee Wed;. labor than cotton and much more pro very loose it may be necessary" troll A good way ii 41-100 (' Dollar '
in
A. Babb was : Is to turn in the hogs. However I 'It.41) shall appear before ,
before ]
Dear Sir:-You editorial in la.t fitable. A contestant of the Texas Industrial and drag it planting" Now you
business.Mrs. I harvested for nay' In and for the county
nesday on be the county court.
week'i Gazette, "Let u. Start Sonv G. H. Bran scorn. Miss Jennie congress for the 1914 prizei) Ordinarily level planting should beI the crop is to plow with the hold I of Hlllsborough, state of Florida '
timely and to the poin of pork from an where the is and seed a turning aforesaid on the flrat Monday In AUK-,
thine, was Thur realized 1,200 pounds used but > drainage poor'and i the
pia Robb and Mrs. Hersherg spent board removed may be run along I. I).. 1'16. Judgment will be r.n-
like and county which at 8 l-2c u.t. A. ''
It lokot to me our city day afternoon the guests of Mrs. G. acre of peanuts per the rainfall heavy plant on ridges to lift out the nuts. Men should d..r..d against you and your property
dads have the chance of their live. Woodall.Mr. pound amounts to $102. The hogi Thorough preparation of the soil will rows vines, and nut old on Friday. June 26th. between the
t and make times ood B. so' there was no which the follow to shake the of 11 a&. m., and 1 p. m., for above 11
the hour
soil
to do something ge and Mrs. W. R. Rewis and little gathered nuts, pay well. Tho on peanut free from soil particles and toll them
for the people of our city and county son, Vance of Davenport spent' I last harvesting expense. grows must be kept loose and into small inches. The vines shouldbe Indebtedness.Dated this the 'th day of June, A.>
} t if they will go at it right. What do week with their parents her. and Mrs. The same care should be used in crumbly so that the'pegs from which allowed to lie three or four hours) D., 1815. BULL.
i I mean when I say right? It is this: P. G. Cromartie, returning home on selecting peanut seed as in choosing the pods develop may grow down in and then placed around central stakes 28-11 Attorney HIUBURN for the* Plaintiff.NOTK'K '. ;i j, *
'i There is street and road paving to t be Saturday.An seed corn. Take the best shaped pods the ground. Do not use barnyard ma! The stakes should have two 1
( to .
done and if I have been rightly Informed ice cream social was held at i the from the most perfect plants producing nure on the land the same year. it is small cure.crosspieces of lath...about eighteen OF ADMINISTRATOR. M
". we will have somewhere I In home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bronsc the largest number of matured planted to peanuts. A'good general inches long set eight inches above (For Ft... Ulapaarare.)

the neighborhood of $100,000 per year last Thursday evening in honor of pods cure them properly, and keep fertilizer to use is a mixture of two ground. They will keep the peanuts I. ('owrt ef Commty ".d..., state' ef
to spend on roads since the new four Mrs. Harry Watson of Pennsylvanl them dry through the winter months. hundred pounds of acid phosphate and from coming in direct contact with Florida. Uaela Coaatr
y mill tax has been passed. That will The cream was delicious and the orasion > The man who chooses his, seed with fifty pounds of muriate of potash per the ground. Stack with the pods well la r. Kitalv. of
I be coming every year. It ia not like was enjoyed by all. care should after two or three years acre. If you are planting the large to the center and give a slope to the Wall Notice r Jla.I.! hereby, Sr. given to all whomIt
bonding for an improvement. When Walter and Lucile Griffin of Kiisimmee produce almost twice as many J bushels podded kinds, shell very carefully so vines to shed water. Roll a little may concern, that on the twelfth day
that gives out you have to stop. Thi Julian Sheens, of Palm Beacl per acre as the man who pays no attention as not to break the brown skin that bunch of vines together, and press of December, A. IX, 1816 I 'shall Judge apply I i
'.; comes right along every year. Then were guests of Thelma and Harry to seed selection There are covers the nuts} and throw the defec- down over the point of the stake to of to said the Honorable Court aa Judge T. M. of Murphy.Probate, for
'., fore to make times better I would sufi Woodall Saturday and Sunday. several varieties, but most of the nuts tive nuts Into the roaster. 'If you are form a top. Do not use a heavy cover my discharge, .. Administrator. of ;
S irest to our county duds that they Mrs. J. H. Bronson left Friday I for grown in Texas are of Spanish variety growing Spanish peanuts the seed do or wet or green hay or the nuts will estate of Walter Base. .... .."....the'R: 1
and if it would not t for the not have to be shelled; the pods may and that at the came. time I will
''to investigate Bee Live Oak where she will spend som used for feed. Nuts grown spoil. The peanuts should cure in sent to said Court my final accounts ,has
much cheaper! to buy the require time with her parents. She was accompanied trade are the Virginia runner the be soaked in lukewarm water for a these stacks from four to six weeks Administrator of said estate and ask
,i equipment and do the paving with as far as Orlando by her Virginia bunch and the African or few hours, but if they are not planted before 'going into the barn. for their approval. .
home labor instead of contracting out husband.We North Carolina.The immediately the seed are lost. Remember that peanuts require an Dated June 12. HENRY9T6 BASS.

... this work. We have the labor and were delighted to have our beloved peanut grows best on sandy Plant ir the spring after the abundance of lime. The black land 26-o-a-mo-Cmo Admlnlatrator.
I the teams to do the work, except we pastor and wife. Rev. and Mn loam soil well drained and warm with ground has become warm using one prairies have enough lime in the soil,
t have not the bricklayers. Our people C. C. Beatty of Davenport with UII a clay subsoil. However loamy black and one-half pecks of shelled Vir- but this may not be true of the lighter ORDER FOR PUBLICATION....,, -
I' t can buy the material just as cheap a. Sunday morning and evening. It b< lands will produce good yields, and ginia nuts or one peck of shelled Span- soils of east Texas and probably is Ia rata Circuit Jadlelal(onrl.Clrpvlt State,ef Oaveola Florida.Ce>.aty- l
. the contractor and I believe we can ing missionary day Mrs. Beatty prc the darkened color of the shells does ish nuts or one and one-half bushels not true of the coastal plain. Peanuts I. ('aa.cery.Maude .
tf save enough in a year or two to pay ceded him a few days to train the not injure ther nuts for stock feedingor in the pods to the acre. The rows for should be grown in rotation. Morris. Complainant. t''.,{'
for all the equipment the county may children in a program previously ai affect their plant producing power. the Virginia runner variety should be They follow best a hoed crop like potatoes noon Morris Oefendarit.va \ '
need and all the money paid out for ranged which consisted of recitation Soils that are poorly drained or sour three feet apart and sixteen inches between or cotton. This crop is a great It appearing by affidavit appended to ,, ,l
: labor would flow right into our town! and son Music was rendered by are not suited to the peanut. If the the plants in the rows. Span- drought register' and nitrogen gatherer the bill filed In the above.stated cause
11"yf for if it was left to me I would not It's. children well ish be planted in rows the soil. that Boon Morris, the defendant therein *
r Miss Edith Niswonger. The soil is acid, apply plenty of lime peanuts may enriching named. Is a non-r..I work a man unless he was a bona fide each acted their part well. We feel harrowed in and plant next year. The twenty-eight to thirty-six inches apart of Florida, and Is a resident of Mem t t
1 tax payer of the county. I believe i In that impressions were made on Spanish peanut will mature in ninety and nine to twelve inches in the rows H. J. Thorkelson professor of steam phis Tennessee, over the age of ttventyone -
r patronizing our home people and they; sure little rinds that will be lasting. Mn days under favorable conditions but the greater distances being for the engineering at the University of Wisconsin that said yearn non-resident:; it Is therefore defendant ordered be and.
f { 1 sometime raise cain if we send off for Beatty will never know how much she one hundred and ten to one hundred more fertile land. Plant two nuts toa has been made business man h.. In hereby required to appear to the
a bill of goods when we can get them i is loved and appreciated by all, as and twenty days should be allowed. hill. On heavier soils three-fourths ager of the university, with a salary, hill of complainant filed In said cause ,
cheaper, but just an soon as they have the had charge\ of the children that The large pod varieties will require a to one and one-fourth inches will be of $5,000 a year. This position was on AUl or ua'before. A. IX,Monday.1816. otherwise the 2nd the day alienations of- ay,1
I something to do that would employ; longer time for best results. deep enough, but on light sandy soils recently declined by Francis B. Sayre, < of said bill will be taken a*
Jay.
home labor they go hunting for someone Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ivey and Any trash stalks or stubble remaining one and one-half to two inches will son-in-law of President Wilson. confessed by said defendant.It .
P do the work. Offering this be all I Is further ordered that this order
right.Cultivation
off to little daughter Margaret, attended 'on the land should be plowed be published once a week fow four consecutive ,
paving to the highest bidder puts It ervice here Sunday. They were the under in time to decay before should begin immediately INOTU'tC. In O8colnpounly1 weeks In the Klsalmmee Valley q
out of the reach of any of our people "* of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anlemon. planting the nuts. If the land is in after planting and continue until To the Notice property: In law hereby here nlvm that Oasette. a newspaper published In

1 t'I but if the county will buy the necessary guests. good shape it need be plowed only the vines cover shallow It shouldbe the himid. of. county ronnnlNslohern ofOnrenla salil county tenth and day state.This ..f .Mine.. A. I> 1916. '.
and at it right then lift before to allow frequent and to retain the county will sit aa nn equnltKItiK .
equipment go and
4 j Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffin long enough planting their seal regular, mvetINK (Seal ) J K: OVKHSTHEET.Clerk
i home people could do the work and laughter, Jessie May called at the the soil to nettle. If plowed just before moisture after rains the surface on board the nl fifth day or July. \ I h 1MB i5ireull Court.
would the to their should be should be stirred and during dry L Ili'ErlSTtl! I7ET. Johnston A- Garrett '
y' they use money pay I home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wood planting however it J 24t ''%
Solicitor\ for Complainant.
personal bills\ and buy groceries and Sunday afternoon. harrowed within a few hours to pre weather the soil mulch should be 26-31 Clerk Clrcuii Court. I,

t dry goods. It sterns to me our Misses Leona Bronson of near Orange -- .. --- -- ---- ;
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4 chants would insint on this plan. mer'l Center spent a few days wit] 1't

I know that if we were only her cousin Susie Tison. & ... r2 A \;, ..
,jhy pave the three miles to the Orangi Messrs. Homer and Percy Cromar I '1//
dy county line it would not pay to go to< I tie and Lester Ivey left here Monday; I I f f '.
44 the expense of buying the equipment horning for Byron.Ga.., whore they
i necessary to do that small job. But, Mill engasre in parking\ fruit. ''I .
I )i Mr. Editor I expert to see within the Misses Celeste! Moseley and Man r
: if I live to nee every ,. c
next ten years iVitherBpoon, of Kissimmee and !Mss y
foot of the road over which you traveled Louise McClain of Gotha are beinj
c
4 last week to Okeechobee City; pr.teitained this week by Mr. and< LQ
paved. Do 1 mean it? Sure I do. I t
fF ,
VIr*. W. L. Moseley.
< would suggest that the county star Therpn Keen was on the creek Mon I "p;
as early as they can arrange grading lay attending to business. -
r and getting material on the roadwa; Wilbur Anderson is spending a fcvIHVK .
s RI and as soon as the Orange count; this week with his sister Mrs 4
to the line we could have Center.
Stewart near Orange
tp + everything ready and start right i in Ivey ..

M. ) on our part without one day's delay: r
Then let the city be ready and when There is no reference in very an-
we got to the city limits let our gang dent literature to a cold in the head Announcing A Big Surprise for :.>< M
I lay the brick right on in town and The Greeks and Romans seem to have< Q 'i
L connect with the brick on Main street been the first' people to usffer front

i\, If I was the city dads I would Uj -Vi'
moat to nine just as it is started and The Citrus Growers of Florida : :

I, from there out to the limits I would
e lay it only ten feet as the same ai MANY SEEMIRACLESIN

4\ the nine county to Brack road.two Then blocks I ,would as upper lay GEORGIA Buckeye Nurseries will have twice as many trees for It was at that time we first felt that our force of . .J

1 vt Z, Main and when that was all Kissimme ftnishec1 the 1915-16 season as in any preceding one. This trained men had become sufficiently large l to properly : '
", I would down to south '
; , and pave go two blocks west and one Sufferers Rescued Swiftly After Hop large increase in production is the result of four years care for this greatly- enlarged nursery acreage. The ,

I "\ south ai it is started and then I would Had Faded and Long Treatments preparation. That long ago we started to increase trees!: that will be ready to put on the market next fall 1"{
width to the city Failed.
to the county I
drop
scale which then believed even now show that our plans were rightly made and
limits and let the county take it and the state 'of. Georgia our propagation on a we
all
*t ..'hike to the Polk.county line. That will Sufferers have found over a ready deliverancefrom would enable us' to supply all demand during the have been carried out in the right way from the seedbeds ., ,''r

tie; i take something that amount like of one work year and to we complete will]- the ills of stomach in the south.troubles peculiarly season on which we are about to enter. It takes four until the present. Never have we had a thriftier, .w:

r' : .' I i have spent in all on new roads about Remarkable common stories of health regained years to grow a Buckeye tree to the point that it is sturdier, healthier lot, and every one of the number t '.
'')0: $tOO.OO$60.000; for material and t.he told hundreds who have will offer for sale will be Buckeye
titf other for labor; that would make $1-, are Wonderful by Remedy. Itit ready fdr planting. Each year for a long period past which we a typical :

I 000 per week over and above what i ii used a remedy Mayr's with a record. The first we have been increasing our output as rapidly as could tree in all respects. In fact, we are proud of the fact l

;: already being paid out. That is not lose is always proof to any stomach be done without lowering the well-known Buckeye that these trees are if anything better than those sold ;'
; much but it would help a great deal who tries it. It is quick '
sufferer
''i. .' I would like to see our people try i it Here are what two users say: standard of quality. Four years ago we determined by us in the past, and which have gained such general .

7 f : just once and see If it would not pay, REV. J. POWELL, Statesboro Ga to for a big increase effective for 1915-16. satisfaction to Florida citrus growers. \..;
c' ) G. B. WOODALL. "I just escaped the operating table arrange .,.. ;
G 4-I 11 l Copy of Letter. Now I can eat what I please. I would, ,
y ;I I Copy of letter written to Mr. Lesley be> I glad if everybody suffering with !
f, 1 chairman of county commissioners stomach trouble could learn of your ,
\ : emedy." ?
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s E. L. Lesley Kissimmee Fla. SALISTA THOMAS 55 La France
u .\ Dear Sir:-I Ilea from last week's' St., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your / eI
... Gazette that you are asking for bids remedy five weeks. It has done me .,
'"..,, to pave the road from the Orange!' much good. I feel like I hardly knowmy ,
; county line to Kissimmee. strength-my appetite ia fine." I r 1
J r In view of the fact that our county) I Mayr' Wonderful Remedy lives
will have about $50,000 per year to ''permanent results for stomach, )

,r ,s, the spend fact on that road our paving people and, the in working view of I' and whatever intestinal you ailments.like. No Eat more as much'and die Even with Doubled Supply Demand for Buckeye Trees Next Season !

? ti class are in very needy circumstances use after eating pressure of gas inthe ,

k would it not be a better policy to buy stomach and around the heart Exceed It Order Now to Make Sure of Getting ThemThis
is
r" ; the necessary equipment and do the 'I' Get one bottle of your druggist nowand Likely to ;
work with home labor. We have the try it on an absolute guarantee-

1 men and the teams and they would be !I I it not satisfactory money will be refunded. season, as usual we were unable to supply all the demand Only in this way can there I If' had assurance of getting just what i: .
,, glad to get the wanted. Our selling for the coming "
campaign
'y4 .! fide tax payers rthelcountyushoulc for Buckeye trees. AVe have been expecting that with the is wanted when f"!;

I' be allowed to work on the job as they greatly increased number available for next season's planting season has not l been started! yet. The advance Ixxiking.s now i. *
the that have to furnish the made have come to us largely without effort on our part. When b
F j are ones we could take care of all orders for the first time in many years.The ,I.
to for the work and they out new catalog and start our advertising campaign, ;
..it. money pay Drop a Postal to made will call for we get our
M will spend it all right bere. fact that advance bookings already prac- trees will be sold much more rapidly. \Ve have wanted to show jid91ng !

?,' Of course it would not pay to buy F. J. TERRY tically one-fourth of the trees that we will\ have ready for plani our appreciation of the demand.for Buckeye trees! by fully car- ..

equipment just for the job north coming next fall and winter make it 1 look now as if the demand ing for this demand for at least one year and we have been Yoj
will have
e of town but we money
1, every year- for road paving. It Builder of would again exceed the supply,? as heretofore." Mind you, these bending our energies and besl efforts to hit end for four years. \, ,

seems to me a better policy to prepare advance orders for approximately one-fourth of the trees that It looks as if we have not
1 1 and do the work ourselves and have Monuments and Tombstones will be ready next season means that we have already sold half rapidly has the demand increased meanwhile. The planter who _LI)r'.

1IIy the money at home. the Under the be of gelling Buckeye trees should '
trees as we placed during past season. wants to absolutely sure <<
the material as cheap .. .... as many
You buy .
ta. J
can .c. .
Tw..C7-ft" eer
N y ms the contractor can and if there is area.. prlH" Bet th+M dflretfrom Circumstances, every grower<< who wants to be SURE of Buckeye nter his order
b anything in it for him there ought .my work *.d _"e the trees should place his order NOW-just as hundreds have done you may want catalog etc. Don't delay. Act promptly. i.P
f I,t to be something for the county. By ...... .0..10.

l... going to work at once grading and
4 r, t getting material on the ground we ORLANDO, FLA. BUCKEYE NURSERIES 1057 Citizens Bank Bldg. Tampa Fla. ; '
Orange
i could take right hold as soon as ,
county got to the line. f

k 1y' Think it over. a
. G. B. WOODALL.
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FRIDAY, JUNE' 18, I.IS" 'J THE: 'KJSSIMMEE 'Er"'CAZETTi; : h. ," .:> f" "",PA.::

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bers ;of the board'beinff-j>resent. --c road ;;-..-:-: -= : ... 'S 09) ., ,
.,. Oeoeola Hdwl Co, auppli1es, to ,.I I -
'John Davis cam* before the boardand ., r '
farm ,: 2 i! ,
poor :
stated that the'orange' tree* at -. ".,CTQuInn, for-laddorw-.J t 4 .10 Everthirty' ,f'or'Cafnpirih' :
teClouq' the farm should Osceola Hdw.- Co.,, supplies to .
:; $ DepartmentI'N poor have 'an appli- road _....'.__. ...jj.SS.il. . t
gang *H : ,
cation of fertiliser, the board instructing .. W.B.i Grocery Co-ihorae feed? li..f'KI."m. ," a' ,
Mr. Davis to.order such fertiliseras : F. Agt .# ,
,, Nall.y.Oasette."enin: .'
l'H' "io' he thought was needed.
'I SS.S'I
statement and blanks to T. C.
'' New and-Notes 'of-the',"Wonder. City". From Our .Own, The board instructed, t.he'clerk: to *'.Ina-ram. oem on flnesooL".. .21,3B ,
draw the following warrants City of K. Beans, farm. .dent. & ." _- $2401J. : / I /c cr
; .Special. -,Correspondent: St., $1,8170roCity of road taxes EL W'Xv Miller an. ,i' ,..---------10.00 1 B. 1L '

tMice of, WU oMCUsimmee:: Osceola Hdw. CoF lights to jail S.SOJ .
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for prorata of road taxes for,<1914, ., I.. .Overstreet. co. cU ct __ 9..18

' : ,Margaret Chase' wh .Is In the S. W;'Porter, 'one of our'well known $2,603.19( F. A. Lincoln board of jury In* H.H. In Insram.ram,, t feed.le. .prisoners.nt by order ..l.tOa.

t .telephone"'exchange at Orlando, is real estate men, leaves Friday. for ;wo cases,, court costs $66.00 Milo of state attorney ??_... .'.1,

spending! this week, at her home in Washington, P. C., New' York ,: ity Fisher maintenance, $5 State Bankof Klsslm.two months Tele.l Co.._,, _tel._._ rent._.' 10.SIt.
I, :r Stf' Cloud. New' Jersey and other places' In the Kissimmee for, loan warrants,> $3,-i U O..er.tre.t. ct.-- ct.- cost--- ._ St.Sf

.. Miss Minerva B. Cushman, our lady north. He goes to visit his brother 000 and for interest on same for six.: H. W. B Drew Co., supplies
officers ___ _._
to.'O
will be about months $120, D.. G. Wagner to co. ? -*
'doctor, was called Jto Tampa on a case and friends and away' premium U H. Insrram. cost ct. 10Sa ... ,
'a few days this week. Six weeks. on insurance policy. $35 o. ,,J. C.. H. Bullock cost 3p.. ct. .. (04 F I tvr
., N I. Gottlieb state of Mrs., J. D. Woodbeck spent Tuesday Farmer premium on insurance policy C Li. Bandy, com.1. STS (S "

r they Fraternal Aid Union,manager from Ocala, in St.. Cloud. Mrs. Woodbeck is $335. 'M' Tiller, premium on'insurance May 8. 1L.Lumber L.upf r, Co commission.100.7.; lumber ___. S.(S "

Fla., is in St. Cloud this week organ- one of our Kissimmee ,friends who policy $330. Boll Fla. 4k Oult Ry. Co., sup- ,
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often. The matter of appointing an attor- pile* to road ran .. SOS.IS ,
quite
.izing a union. R. D. Fairman, of comes over for w. A C Qro. Co, I.-i4-.. S8.SO
the board taken and
The St. Cloud Gun club was In ney was up
1 Kisslmmae, is assisting him. W. C. Qro Co.. supplies to
/1 motion of A. F. Bass, secondedby .
Kissimmee Thursday, They had a upon road gang IS ISIt.
Miss Ethel Zimmer left Wednesday --- ----
Young Tindall and unanimously R. Farmer, t".p' f out for
Kissimmee'snew
social shoot to break in
morning for Jacksonville, where she carried, John S. Cadel was appointedfor county May ... .. 4S.CS 'S &
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.iipPli ,
business. She will later visit trap.The W. B. Maklnson Co.
1 goes on Fla. St. Cloud Gun club went to Or- the balance of the year 1915. to road sane ____*._.______ 1T.7I 1 r te:. .f # ,
friends in Billiard, : away
? Zimmer to attend the Upon motion of Young Tindall seconded It. R. Farmer expense of trip to +
Vellie lando last Thursday
two weeks. Miss will by A. F. Bass and carried the Okeechobee' for comrs ..... 10.SO -
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Dixie highway meet, so there was no Robert Baa, auto hire trip to
week and ,
1 join her next give some shoot in St. Cloud.Proceedings clerk was instructed to advertise for Okeechobee ________________ SS.00 TENTS o'i,'
in the northern of theN >
concerts part .
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bids on vitrified brick road from the John Davis, care pauper May IS SO ">
elate.K city limits north to the county line. Luther Warren, work on poor '

John II. Armstrong has sold his of f the L. R. Farmer came before the board C. farm K. M----------------------V 14 SZ.IO'.17It. s TOO t ,

ii five-acre farm to Obid C. Russell, and presented an itemized statement H. Inrram. ct. ct cot ... 141.70C. ., .. '.

;1 who has a home on Dakota avenue, of cost .of road gang for month of B. Hauler, on. worak on CO. IS.SO ,'", ,
brldK Bassensreri
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets. May. Mr.;Farmer stated that as hisexpense F. A. Lincoln, board of Jurora t -. I IIII'
' 6 Mr. Russell will conduct this farm and County Commissioners in keeping conveyance to do circuit court 00.20 .
1' move onto it in the fall. Mr. Armstrong the work that he was doing for the Town of 8t Clo--------------- YOU..KNOW' THEeFUN' OF ,.CAMPING. THIS ::
tax of 114 ______. 1I1T80
4 will move into town so as to county was so great, that he would Town of Kissimmee.nnn prorata PICTURE WILL MAKE YOU JUST CRAZY,:TO CO. j

be able to give more Attention to his Kissimmee. Fla., June 7, 1915. appreciate it very much if the commissioners .rend tax of 1914 uu_____.___ lh'.I'E. 4' tI

i business of drilling wells. Adventists The board of county commissioners would raise his salary from poor E. farm Fairbanks_____,__supplies__________to_ 7.go BUT WHEN YOU ,DO CO, GO FIXED RIGHT/,:: i
Seventh Day'
About twenty of Osceola 'county met on the above $90 to $100 per month, whereupon on T. M. ct. Insan. case '
f met at the foot of Virginia avenue date, there being present E. L. Les- motion of A. F. Bass, seconded by W. Km.m'U Whitted ____ :case 1.00 GET, THE, THINGS YOU ,N JtD.FROM, .. WE'VttlCOT -
I H. lnsram. ct Insanity
I on the lake this week and had a ley, chairman; K. V. Lanier A. F F. Walker and carried, the board rais- *Emma Whit led _______n_ X.74 '
glorious good time. A fine dinner a Bass, Young W* F. 'Walker, ed his salary to $100 per month.C. Dr. M J. Hicks. ct. I nsan. case THEM EVERYTHING FROM A FISH HOOK' :
of and recitations and 'l'lndallj A. Orr la Emma Whitted __ I.00
songs presented sign. --hnn
program of greetings commissioners; L. Overstreet, petition Dr. H. 8 Geiger. coat Insanity TO A FRYING PAN. WE CAN HELP YOU'"SELECT'
ed
a general exchange clerk and auditor. by a number of the citizens of St. ca.e Emma Whitted nuu S.00
friends was the order of the Cloud and vicinity in which they John B. Cadel. coat Inaan case r
' among Minutes of the last regular meeting THE RIGHT THINGS TO MAKE CAMPING A COM- .
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day. Many old war stories were told agreed that if the county commissioners Emma Whitted unn 100 I'
/ read and approved. F. H. Lawson shoes to road S SO
,.,t ;, t by the comrades while others splashed A committee from the board of would furnish teams that they State Bank of Klaalm. for loan(T FORT. i .

x in the lake. All who were there trade of Kissimmee and St. Cloud, would furnish all,the help necessary war. Nos 6154 andSISS _n_ a.ooo.OO ,
f want to have another picnic soon. to grade a public road pinning south State Rank of Klsilm Inter i s
consisting of H. C. Stanford, Samuel on loan war. No. 6696 __n 120.00 ,
James Long, one of Ashton's prominent W. Prentis and A.. E. From Michigan avenue on section line Carson Farmer prem on In.. ,
Brammer, J.
'.', farmers, started to the grocery before the boardin between sections 11, 12, 13 and 14, policy __hnnnn_______ 116.00 W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123
appeared ;
" with a load of peaches. He Donegan township 26 south, 30 east, M. Tiller prem on In.. policy S10.Ol> ,
store roads and the range .
the interest of good I) G. Wagner prem Ins pol 116 00 ,
., stopped at the postoffice en route and Dixie highway and made a strong ap- whereupon the board agreed tq do the Milo Fisher maintenance .._. BOO ,
a crowd surrounded his wagon and the board for definite action work as soon as the teams were Paid warrants were ordered canceled
purchased twenty baskets of peaches peal to through on the road at Bassinger from the various fund. a. follows: i
would let him 'Mr, thereon, the matter of returning the of R. D. and Road fund '5.147.35 f
before they go. Application Dnggers ------
and his road gang to the KissimmeeMelbourne C. F. Tison for General revenue ===:====:=:=: 1,360.20 I '
orchard peach appointment
fine as '
Long has a game '
road and the change of Fine and forfeiture J.I 6Special
public s.---
crop is very large. warden of Osceola county were readin publicity fund _-==:::: <::67
between Kissimmee and St.
Roy Taylor and Warren Mann went route open board, but as the board had The treasurer. report showed the
Tuesday in Alligator lake Cloud was discussed by the said com- no authority at present to make the following balances on hand: Lumber Co.

They fishing returned in the evening with a mittee, and the county commissioners appointment said applications were General revenue ___________61,813.69 May
to have committee from their Fi \e and forfeiture 1,4469
I urged a
, buggy loaded with perch, catfish and filed with the proceedings of the board. School fund ___.______nnnn_,______ .16979
I other kinds of fish. body take matter up with city council The following cost bills were exam- Road fund __nnn_______ ___ <,628.10Special Wholesale and Retail Dealers la ; '
'" Edwards left Wednesday Mr. Donegan also suggested that ined, approved and ordered paid Stateof publicity fund _nn_._ 1.8n.09 [
". Lee George the board instruct the clerk to get a 8. 8. 1>. No. 1 _____nnun 1.451.65
Florida
for Jacksonville, Miami vs. A. White State of Flor- .__
' morning 8 S I> No. t 811.81
1! copy of the new tax law passed in ida vs. Lula Williams, State of Florida uunn_ YELLOW PINE LUMBER
I coast business trip 8 8 D No. I 1.051.08
and the east on a nhuu .
:: weeks last session of legislature. vs. Israel Williams, roll of state H8nNo4-_____. .___'__ 1,012.18 ?
pay
,'If He will be gone two ___ + i
Several communications were readin 8. H I) No 6 st.J6
unun
Blackwell. Arcadia is visiting witnesses ,for the spring term of the __
t. J. H. 8 S. 1.> No. 6 nUn 1111."
. r Ashton, near St. open board and same filed. circuit court, sheriff II fee 1>ill of prisoners Shingles and Laths J
( his family in Messrs. D. G. Wagner M. Tiller for the month of May, insanity Total ...._----__-__-__-.__IZ8.S8S ,
l Cloud this week.
, baby u and J. C. Farmer appeared before the case of Emma Whitted. The tax collector's license reno -t .
G. A. Cram's two-year-old HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY
from a severe spell of sick. board and stated that the insuranceon The following bills were approvedand showed the following amounts collected (

recovering to tell I the good the court house having expired ordered paId: general license $7.25 and auto i
y-- L \iews.ness. We are glad June 2, 1915. had been renewed by 1'':. I* IBley commissioner y 4. 00 license $15.00. All we uk U let at figure on your estimates. \

Miss Fleda, Miss Lottie and Miss them as agents for the Insurance companies R. V. Lanier com and mil. 6 00 The tax collector's poll tax report Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. ,'
.
t" for carrying same for a period of V K Bass. rom and mllcHKi 6 no {
'. Jessie Doolittle left Tuesday night Young Tindall com and mileW 13 DO collected
after the
and were '
, their home in Carbondale, O These five years policies K \\nlkcr, com and mile 20 )0 Kissimmee '
presented to, and examined by the .__ Phone 21 Ha.
known by and J E: HnHS janitor nu 60.1)0Iavls Professor C. E. Yowell filed with the ,
\ sisters are everyone motion made by A. F. Bass John aupt poor farm fill mi
board on board an itemized estimate of amount
the
.. .. 'y tile friends are numbered by R. V. Lanier and L H IriKrHm care of jail l _ 1260 ;
and seconded by to be levied for the special
fa.
the T
r Miss Fleda will return in !M Muiphy Judge <'0. (.t. 2r> onfil necessary
ecore. school here, I carried, the policies were accepted and T M' Murphy. judKtt Juv ct 12 60 school districts of Osceola county.
fall to teach in the public the clerk instructed to draw warrantsin J I. uveretreet. clerk 1 and and oono There being no further business before .
this being her fifth appointment; Miss I. 1C Far r.capt guards _ oo
for teach. payment of premium on same. (J. \\Rhton.micr. teams-grad. 75.00 the board, they adjourned to meetat
1. Lottie took the examination will Hon. T. M. Murphy cam before 1 M Rodgers. guard _n_ 85.00 'their regular meeting in July.E. .. '> y
.' era recently and if appointed return board and stated that all cabinets. I I.. 1'. 1.1 ton, KuardM 15 00) Stand yr
the \ L. LESLEY Chairman. Growers
{'. in the fall. Miss Jessie will\ also C Ulllxrt, auutd ======.=== 85 00: by i '
;' she hasher and safes In his office were crowded Jim \YoodalI, guard 35.00' Attest: J. L. OVERSTREET. Clerk- "
Cloud if un.h '
>' come again to St. and asked that he be allowed to geta Sam; JlJont doca, maintenance_. 600 _, '
l 'f{ wish about it. rank Kxuns. maintenance .. S.OO : '
; cabinet whereupon on a motion 00000 000 04000
Js Mr. and Mrs. G H. Hastings left seconded MlHB Ada Lewis. maintenance 5 oo '- Ideal Fertilizers have gained reputation'by:fbT, iha '
made by A. F. Bass and by 3 II maintenance '
Owen 10 00
1 J;4 Tuesday to spend some time at their Young Tindall, and unanimously carried It. 8 Dickinson. maintenance h 6,OO THE t results they have ,given growers for twenty years. .

&.. .old home in Missouri. was given authority Mrs LAcy John, maintenance 6.00 There'. .an.JdeaJ. ,mixture 'for practically .every w
the judge .
'
Mrs. Barber, of Flo. Metal Product. Co., culy. OS.00 GRAYSTONE "
:: ; and .WilIlam. I I to purchase such cabinet as was needed KI8.lm.Vat r & Uvht plant. Florida crop--each a proved success. Catalogue '
.Kissimmee, and little daughter spent in his office. lights and May ______ 37.65 and much
= describe full line give
Barber's Union Tel. .. FERT1UZEa: 'and booklets the ,
.. the week-end with Mrs. pa. board Western Co., me to
Ij';: \wnt", Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caldwell. and S.presented T. Fansler a came drawing before showing the : the L>comp H. Ingram for comes coat ct._!??ct,..,--_.-- 1.00J8809 1 i Pub gY helpful Information., Send for them-4 free t..+"* ;, f

'' '..V. Mr and Mrs. Pryor 'from Lough- proposed ditch for: the relief of the L. H. Inirram.' cost ct. at.-_-I 14.91 L M. WUIaU. ...,.! L roI1tl1Ir.' 'WUson'Toomer.Fertilizer Co*' : '
St.Cloud visitors on. Sat 4C.. Griffin. shoeing horse B, b7o0H : .,""deI
\ were L. R. .
man,
Pinedale section whereupon' .
B Evans, F. D Agrt. _______. 1.60 > '*' .
Fla.
.'' urday last. Farmer was instructed to put a crew J. O Griffin repairs on co wair 9.06 i Open Year RoundTone ERTI VIER co Dept.2f4 Jacksonville, q
Mrs. J. H. Ferguson left Sunday to 'i of men on and complete said ditch at Onceola Tei Co.. phone rent Maadsel ,ere ell....AUdssL eoJ
.
P'i
nelce Mrs. J. H. Rowland I May, poor farm ___.__--_ s.oo UI 1a
visit her ,
as early a date ap possible, and to Osceola Tele Co., rent May
at Henderson Ky. Mrs. Ferguson notify Capt. Haley to put in culvert

was accolppanied as far as Kissimmee I where the ditch crosses the railroad. "
by Mrs. Lilla Goodrich and Miss Rox- The board passed resolution as follows .OOO.OOO.O.OOOOOO 00000006000000..00000000.'OO"OO."COW C A. CARSON.: President. N. c. BRYAN. Secretary. ;

irve Goodrich. to-wit:
:' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carlson left Whereas, the board of county commissioners '

: Thursday morning: last to visit friends of Osceola county have in PEAS" The Waters & Carson \ r

,, and relatives at Chicago, 111. regular session this June the 7, 1915, ,
.y Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Watts left Tues- agreed to build certain hard surface

day to spend the next two months at. i I roads in Osceola county and AD die standard varieties in stock. Will sell you one quart or '
their old home in northern Kentucky.Mrs. desire of the tax ' .
Whereas, it is the
I la Covington and Miss Emma I payers of said county that the Dixie ODe carload. How many do yon want and where do yon waat them Grocery Company .

I a' to Orlando on ; ; delivered
Murphy took trip highway extend to, and pass throughthe ra

Thursday afternoon last. I towns of Kissimmee and St. .
Rev. J. B. Westcott left Tuesday to Cloud- .

join his family at Pleasantview, N. J. Be it, resolved by the board of coun- I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .Ar *

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Widrig left ty commissioners, that Hon. E. L. KILGORE SEED COMPANYPLANT

Tuesday to spend some time with rela- Lesley, chairman of the board of com-

tives and friends near Buffalo N. Y. missioners of Osceola county, is appointed CITY, FLORIDA. GROCERIES '
Mrs. Robert Furman was a Kissim as a representative from Os

mee visitor Wednesday.Mrs. ceola county, to attend the meetingto t
L. E. Corbett left Wednesday be held at Orlando, Fla., on June 4 a

morning for Chicago, 111. 10, A. D., 1915, to confer with the 040400 000000000- 00000040 0000000 I'
at-
Miss Lillian Ide left Friday to
commissioners of the Dixie highway, "
OO 0 0 4(
school at 0
tend the teachers training I and that he is instructed to
present
Gainesville, Fla. said commissioners with drawings of $80 to CALIFORNIA WE SELL: 0 0 WE BUYi 0 )i -
Francis and son and
Mrs. W. D. 0 0
who have made their home the 'proposed {puts as it will run HAT
0
0 u
family, Sear, returned Wed- through Osceola county, and that he HIDES '
. t here for the past Ie. Ind. have authority to act in all things relating ROTH, EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE ROUTES LONG LIMIT GRAIN 0O 0 6q i

. 'I need Mari'O'Berry was over Monday to the above mentioned Dixie Per tickets, reservation, descriptive literature, and O 0 FURS &i
:
., ": night with a party from Kissimmee highway as he may deem best. full Information 'phone wire or write to 0 FKBTILIZERS 0 0 0 '
-
board took until 2 m.
The a recess p. WOOL
a' all took a dip in our'
and
/s,; lake. they I' The board met at 2 p. m., all mem- H. C. BRETNEY. Florida Passenger Agent 0 SHINGLES 0 0O .
-} ;
., ., LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD AND 1 t
W.arr1 ,,, 0 ORANGE BOXES 0 0 ,1 ?'
j wr 134 West BaY Street ( Bell Phono 167) Jacksonville, Fla. ALL i

S .Y 1 1ti ._._ Let U. Plan Your Tswr and Arrange DNall.CALOMEL 0 ORANGE I WRAPS, 0 0 0 I.,;

0 COUNTRY .- *.

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A A I/fJm/! MARES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. '1 r :

7 .. \ Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. "

Even a Single Dollar Will Buy. I -- Free delivery in city limits.. Phone No. 12. '\. /

"Dodsoi's User Tom" starts YBUI Lhnr tonight. Your druggist or dealer We are county agents for food fertilizers. Ask us for circular: and prices ,
,
A Fine Assortment of Plants sells you a 60 cent bottle of Dod_'. on fertilizers. I'
,'' rt Bitter Tin Calomel udv '" Liver Tone under my personal fnoney- I
the purchasing power of one dollar when applied ._ ,
1 = Do you realize great back guarantee that each spoonful will - - -

* F to Royal Palm Nurseries trees plants and shrubs for the beautifying Usi i D.|', Wd clean your sluggish liver better than a

of home grounds It is marvelous and cumulative. dose of nasty calomel and that, It won't We Bones
your Buy JX ? 'I\\ '
that dollar- as more as care make you sick. I 4 '1
You can get full value for or many you Liven up your sluggish liver t Feel :
and Dod_'. Liver Tone Is real liver < ..
of trees
to spend-by sending to us for-a collection ornamental fln* and cheerful make your work a """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" *-1vSpot I '

1\ shrubs suitable for your>> needs. And it"will, be. a permanent value., pleasure be vigorous and full of ambition ! nwdieine. You'll know: it next morning cash will;be paid for animal) bbnes -;> -i
because will wake feeling floe ..,
,
,But take you up j
BO nasty dangerous .f
"
y\ We Hare N?;Agents: In:the Field calomel because It makes you sick. cod your. liver will be working beadaehe. of all kinds) ,' including prairie and bleached, 1 ,.. ,. )r .'

t JOG nay lose day's work; and diuiness gone stomach will. be, market for *.. F< '
a in the large A.A..t
7 : s.. Order Our FineTrees' 'Direct .;Calomel- is mercury -or ,quicksilver sweet &Dd'bow regular., ,bones.' 'We"are . I ,rl
(t
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Plants from oanmeriea eel healthy,lardy' and teal to'aame 1.Our InOelt 'a.dade whicheaosse necrosis oft tW bones.Calomel DocI_'", Liver Tone,is entirely Tea**' tjuantityWrite us for:prices and---.pp1Dgl.; yf
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1, .- fruit trees ot all kiDda said all m..ace er ar.ameatal plaDta.'-We AN -bel by thirty :crashes Into:,sour,, bile ,like table,, :therefore. harmless and ass not instructions you'have for Cali' get""' ,any., .....,.. .
i\ ye.ndxpeeeow{ o.ru-. brabe.... ..ta.-.ri ,aa.tf".tWadJoa.s4 dynamite, breaking it tip. That'e whe aaliva.. Give U to your d UldresbtiUllons : '
lr.tAO_IS-OQ. er wbat. yen will.; TeU I as your seeds you feel that awful nausea and eramptM. '.of.'people:are'vsinff Dodson's Wilson;'& Toomer :Fertilizer'' Co. ,

pl.aar. win send a sslee*. that will plisse yoo... ;We, bevy' .ao.......' Unstated- '-- r' Listen.to met II vou waat to enjoy Linn Tone Instead ol dangerous calomel .. . : ; '

i .... ...; .uo -Jests Abet S11sater* gw ., ', : thenicest,' yentl.atr. liver 'aad, bowelrieanalsg tmw.' .Yoar. druggist'm-teal you thatthe Y..'.I' '" OasarteanttQ" Jatkssorffl*. FlsridaAs.ic a' ..5.:i.d...' '.

-M"'\ ,v a"t etfRuoner Brov216. : D.--Ad, :ArtnuOnec_ . ; .. . : ;,FWa.. .. J II' you ever experieneed just take sal* of.CalooMl:Jralmost'\ ..'stopped- 1i v.nrlf ears lit......aw.I, and r.wlr PtlsOssri" io.
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Report of County Finances New Rulidinga-----------------------------to Building- __ __ ____ __ __ ____ ____ ___ __h_ __ 1,96824itepalra 18..30 OO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC: a great many cases. ,l \\1'->:
Insurance H -_ _ __ u --_ ____ ___unuu __-_ 29.67 'There is no other crop grown that "
N Rent _ __ 6600 000 GROWING SWEET POTATOES "
--- -- -
- nnnuh uu responds to the
I I Report of the Receipt and > '' several Junltors _ __ __ lU 60 000 0 more readily thorough {
u - uu hnh
i1 Funl., f following: month ending December I.I 1914.r. .:hn\t..Ofba\\ :. 'ce. and Fuel _-_-__ __--______--_____--___________-_-- --_----_----_ .. %061> OOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOO"Each preparation of its seed bed, not necessarily y' \ I
the amount of outstanding warrants, and a statement of the Aaseta and Llabllltle Free Book_-_- _- ___- uunnuh__ _-- 6 01Incidentals deep preparation, but the top ''11
y and the value of the Property of Oaceola county on 31st day. of December, for Schools____ ___ _______ ___________n__u__ 1,610.06 is be- four five inches of the soil
f1 j 1914 as reported by the County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Circuit Loan __ -_ _n_____h_ __-_u_-_nu____________nn_ --__ 10.000.00 year thd sweet potato or should ":t
Court of the said Osceola County Is hereby published under the provisions of Salary of Superintendent. ___ _______ _______ _______ _______ 80600 coming of more importance at a be put in the best possible condition 4. ,'
t Chapter 6488. Laws of 1913.>> Pier diem and mileage of Members Board__________ _____ 168.00 in the south. The valueof before the plants are set. The cultivation j : ,
w. V. KNOTT. Comptroller.4JKNKNA1. Commissions of Treasurer________ _____________________ HI28Incld..nt.l. money crop if the '
.L. FUND.Trea.ur..r' for Board and Superintendent____.__________ 11793 this crop in 1909 was $34,429,000, preparation has been 1; ,

I Balance Jun. 101h. 1914____ __ ______ ______ 7.U160 Printing __ ____ _ -_._ __ ____h _.-_-_ ____--_ __ _______-u__ 1100 90 per cent of which was produced in perfect, is only a small job, which consists ;:;:'
, Warrant. Outstanding June SOth. 1914__________ _ uu_ .06.91 Tuition" of Examinations' 4660 the southern states," says W. L. Watt of only keeping the crust broken ;(,'. .
r. ? Paid for County -j'-upll;;; ;:::::=:::::::::=::=: 91 10Interest
the
Net __ __ __ __ ______ __-_-___ ____ 66134 son, of Duval county in the Times- object of which is in keeping down ;l"k?
-- hn.o.nnhuuu
.. "tnJI/1 to loth.December 1S14- .tliii -- mmn 8.66769 All Other' Purposes.______________________ ________________ 1.827 04 28.140 12Overdrawn. Union. "The total area devoted to the vegetation and conserving the :, (..

From 1x _______ ______ sweet in the United States moisture until the vines have covered
R Tel
Comptroller R. A Co. Tax.Comptroller 343 61 potatoes ;ice(
y Hire State Convicts__ _____ ___ __ 272 70ComptroU..r December<< Slst. 1914_ ____________________ __ 821,49846Outstanding increased from 637,000 acres in 1899 I the ground.
for Tax Redemption___ ___ ____ ______ 7877 Warrant. December 31st 1914. ______nn :21,46821Treasurer's l t'r:
tr Fish Licenses__n n_____ __ _ _ ____ n_ __ _u uu_ 300 00 tq 641,000 acres in 1909 and the yield "First, it is very expensive to pull
JK 1 *o Over-Assessment. Candidates _u.1..h__ __ 34.16 Balance. December Slst. 1914 __ _______ I 16976 increased from 42,500,000 to 62,200.- the beds up with hoes as the most of I .

Taxe. and Licenses______________ ______________ HLH-SCIIOOL DISTRICT NO. 1.
3.663H .6RI97 000 bushels. The total value of the them do; second, this renders it impossible
fr Treasurer's Balance. June SOth. 1914_ _______J______n___ I 1.2461 -
( Making __--_---_--_ _- -----_ __ -___. __nnnn I 8.26066 Warrant. Outstanding June SOth I9ILo.h_____ 14871 crop increased much more rapidly to cultivate the crop as it 9 f J

Disbursements July 1 to December list' 1914 : Balance In Fund. June SOth. 1914_ __ .__ __ __ _______ __ ____ 1,09741 than either the acreage or yield, showing should be with horse and cultivator; p R (
r' Salary of Clerk of Circuit, Court as County Auditor and July It. December Slst, 1914. : an increase of 78.3 per cent in ten and, third, it puts them in the worst +' a
Receipts )
,a Clerk to Commissioners______ ____ ______________ .".00 From Taxes-------------------------------- ___________ 73976 possible condition to withstand dry e t
Per diem. and mileage of Commissioners__._____________ 438,00 Tax Redemptions______________________________ .43 748 II years."The is weather.
Salary Judge of County CourLhun______ __________ 160.00 sweet potato a common crop I''

Salary County Prosecuting Attorney h___u__u___ n____ 19998 Making _________--________ __--_____---_--______--_--___ 3 1.84660Disbursements. among the farmers of Duval county "Aa a modification of this practice
? Salary Attorney for County Commissioners___ ________ 12604 I would
July 1 to December Slst. 1914 : and I doubt i if other planted advise the drainage of the
Salary Supervisor of Registration. ______________________ 96.00 Salaries of Teachers_______________ ______ ___ __ ________ __ 23660 any crop '
Repairs. to Court House_________________________ ________ 624 64 4 Apparatus _____ __ ___ ____ 16067 here pays better, considering the cost land where potatoes are to be grown, +
> Repairs to Jail------------------------------------------ 1176 Commission<< of Treasurer- __nhuuho.nnnnn__ __ 1307 of production. It is very well adapted by the use of open drainage ditches, 14
I Furniture and Fixture for Court House. ________________ 98.00 Commission of Tax Collector__uuuununnu__ ________ _______ _________ 20 to nearly every class of.sOIl in thecounty. the best that can be made. After this ,p
Expenses. of County Building: Error Warrants last Report___________ ________ ___ _____ 20 00 61944 is done plow the ground into twelve- '
itV Janitor and other attendant*______________ ____ 800.00 It is one of the best and real !
Light. Fuel and Water________ ______________ 16801 Balance In Fund. December list. 1914_________ ___________ -I 1.11616Warrants ly the most profitable cash crop that foot lands by beginning in the center,
le 1 Incidental ____________________________________ 161.19 Outstanding December. Slst. 1914_____________ 8000( can be grown on first year's new land. thus leaving, deep drain furrows every
r Furniture and Fixture. for Poor Houses. and Farm. __ 88..1E"p..n. (
... Operation Poor Houses and Farm___________h___ 761.94 Treasurer's Balance December list 1914__________:____ I 1,40616U38Ne "There are but few farmers who twelve feet. For each of these beds
;' rl to Paupers outside of Poor Hou..a606.46 have ever asked questions relative to three four-foot rows can be made, u
t ::'I'Ic1n'u'"i:: r" . ,;
$ HO01. DISTRICT N4> 2.Treasurer's
'
Fees of Officer and Committee:::: 14.6& making these of medium
the of this for the only height
I Stationery and Printing: Valance June loth, 1914-------------------_ f 2263(5( growing crop reason I
,5.. General Stationery Blanks. >tc 61.61 Warrants Outstanding. June 10th 1914__________________ 422 that they feel that they know how to about the same as for corn. This\ Ir
Record Books.Advertising = \. : ::::::::::::::: .. .... am will give I
361.68 sure equally "
sweet without realizIng aaAtftoud"drainage '
?. ---------- ---- - potatoes -
-ir required by Law__ __I. 47668 Balance In Fund. June 20th. 1914________________________ 22214 grow
+ v ,' Commission I paid to Tax Aaseor- _::::::::::::::::::::: 1964.40: R<<< c"lpts July 1 to December Slst. 1914 : that with a little better prepara-- will admit of cultirfitioa -

Commissions paid to Tax Collector____________ __________ 711 88 From Taxes--------------------------------------------- 284 tion of the soil, fertilization and cul- with weeders- and other Implements /
4 Commissions paid to County Treasurer. ______________ 114.66IE Tax Redemptions________ _____________________ __ 373 3221 and make it possible for the potato to

r ,1 Clerk Dispenses Circuit of O.n.ral Court: Recording El.ctlon-------------and General. ___Court___ _Work_ __ 191.10.00 Making _____--_________--_-------____-__--_____--_____ > 26436 stand twice as much dry weather. ?}1
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9 CountJ'h_ __ Disbursement/ July 1 to December Slst. 1914 : "Besides the error of making, their
** ', Demonstration As.nl..... nh 100.00 Salaries Teacher*_________________________________ ______ 4S 00 ridges too I find but few
County Collaborator______:::::::_:::::::::::::::::::::: 164 61:6 46 Commissions Treasurer_________________________________ 197 4697 I Want Ads. I high to, fertilize who 2,

i + Jailer .________________________________________________ 76.00 !,116.59 II use anything with more
& Balance. In Fund. December. list 1914___________________ I 20738 than cow-penning the land where the

( Overdrawn December list 1114___.__.___________-___ 716.10 Warrant. Outstanding December list. 1914______________ 16.00Treasurer' potatoes are to be grown. This is ; ;,
\ Warrants outstanding, December ___________
iA list. 1(14. .
.1.11'.n Balance, December Hat 1914________________ | 121.J8 I undoubtedly good practice at far a* it
i y r: Treasurers. Balance December list. lU.u_____________ S.690.07 BUB-SCHOOL. DISTRICT NO. a.Treasurer's FOR SALE-One second-hand auto- goes but the value of the manure from
Balance. June 10th. 1914____________________ t 746 98 mobile in A-l condition. Cheap for the could be
FINE AND FORFEITURE FIINo. Warrant. Outstanding, June SOth 1(14.________________ 46.17 I cows multiplied and the,.;
"Treasurer's Balance, Jun. lOtnl 114____________________ ..tU." Cash. S. B. Aultman. 26-2t yield greatly increased by the use
Warrant OuUtandl L June .0th. 1114.__._____________ 90.30 Balance In dio.J 10th. If 14 ______-------_--------- 8 701.71 of an application of phosphoric acidandpotash. ,
Receipt July 1 December lilt.: 114 DWELLINGS for rent to M.
: apply
Balance III Fund to June SOth. 1114.21.11114i......_________-_ ...n." From Taxes----------------------.______..._________._, 101.04 Tiller 'I would say .800 poundsof .
Receipt. July 1 December Tax Redemption-------------------------------- 11.IT 111.81 << 16 per cent acid phosphate and 200 ''r ,
.from" r..e.h .,....,.-.....,_.___.....________ ..I.t 0 pounds of muriate of ,t"
.,Tax Redemptions. ._._._....__________ so.st ::. 1 3 JJJ-JJ FOR SALE-Willow baby carriage; or sulphate potash "
M Hlr. State Convict.-------_______.-___________ 171.70SOS DIsbursementa: -July: ----1--to-r.r. -b riwi- --:------------ condition. Mrs. E. ENaugle. per acre, thoroughly well muted -, ;:

T1 TelegraphTax__________________________________ 945.71 Salaries. of Teacher*_____________________________________ 14600 food Main street. 19tiTO and applied in the bed and mixed well P.
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Repairs to Buildings.r 411 64 with the soil before the
slips or vinesare \t,
l 2laking __-, ___. _______.-__________nu_________________ t a.80..11 Incidental. for School_________ _________________________ 710 .
J r,,ay Disbursements July 1 to December list. 1914. Expense of Election: ________,.____________________________ IS.16 TRADE for auto, one bay mare, set. //r". ,
-I 1 Sheriff, Cost Bills In Criminal Cases ______________ 1,16000 Commissions of Treasurer_______________________________ 648 set harness and "The late set vines seem to produce _
/ Clerk Circuit Court: Cost Bills. In Criminal Caaea-:::: 80.96 Commission of Tax Collector______________ _____________ 269 one surrey practically more and smoother potatoes and will
i Clerk Criminal Court of Record: Coat Bill. In Criminal Error Drawing Warrant_______________________________ 2600 841 28 \ new. Inquire Valley Gazette. much better. t "
Cases _________ ___ 161\\ 01 25-tf keep However, the early ':It.
r County Judge: Cost Bill.1 In Criminal' Ca.re- 11 91 Balance _-_ ----__---__---_-_ ----_-_--- --___----__--_____ S 28038 set slips produce early potatoes that ft.z::
} Justice of the Peace: Cost Hills In Criminal I Case*:::::: 36 61 Warrant No. 181 Paid by Duplicate No. 619__ ______ __ 600 FOR SALE-Two tine half-Jersey generally bring good prices and for
i County Prosecuting Attorney: Conviction Pee____ ____ 00 ef:
r, Witness ,......_______________ ________ ____ ____ 834 16& 60 Balance In Fund. December Slit 1914________ ______ __ t 2K5 III milch cows both fresh. Apply Mrs. that reason I would advise to plant ,V?,
4 Court Stenographer In Insolvency Cues________________ 116 IIran.orlpt Warrants Outstanding December list. 1914__ ___ __ ___ 3600 M. C. Bandy Cherry and Vine some early and the others in June." l. ,?
s In Appeal Caae._ ____ __________ 10 00 '
sD +, Physician's Fe. In Coroner' "fnqueViT _____ _______ ____ 10 00 Treasurer's. Balance, December Slat 1914___ _____________ > 82036al'llCH00i. streets. 25-2t
r Feeding Prisoner-' Piles Cured In 6 to 14
: 466.69! Days -
x Pay of Juror In Criminal Case:=:==:=::==::=::::=:=:::: DISTRICT NO. 4. FOR SALE OR RtNT-Flve 'f''
4 o 16.10 Treasurer's Balance, June SOth. 1914________ _____________ I 1.4I90B room Your draiaist will refund money It PAZO
ts t .. Salary Xedlcal Judge Attention Juvenjls l for Court Prisoners.____________________ __ ___-__ 78 75.00 00 Warrants Outstanding June SOth. 1914 ________ __ 11.17 bungalow completely furnished; OINTMENT Islls to cure say case. of Itchlax. .

dame Warden Cost Bills_______:=:::::::::::::::::::::: beautiful location; good neighborhood. Jlllad.Blaedl..orPnotrudl..Ptlnla61014dapa. ",
16 41 Balance In Fund June SOth. 1914____ __ _______________ n I 1.40789 The first spplicatloa gives. Base sad Keel. SOe.
:Incidentals ___ _. ._ __ W. J. Nelson. t"N'
ai ----- -- --- -- __ ______ __ 3.30 3.26t.94' Receipts July 1 to December Slst 1914 :
From Tax Collector for Taxes________ _______ ____ 72364 - tII i'
: lIa\o. In Fund December Slat 1914______________ ______ S 2.03889 n n n FOR RENT-Six room modern cot

J Warrants Outstanding; December 31st. UHh__________ 92(.11 Making! -. July 1 to December. Stet 1914: I 2.131.:1Dahuraem..nl. : tage, close in; $12 per month. E. Send us YourOrders :;"

a) Treasurer'. Balance. December list 1914________________ 1 1.966.11'ROA. Salaries. Teachers____ ________________________ ___________ 96 00 E. Wells Real Estate and Insur-
1, .. FUND. Repairs to Buildings__________________________ __________ 7160 ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn). it 4.
Treasurer's Balance, June loth, 1814:____________________ 3 1.367.ul Tianaportatlon. Pupils_n_____n_____________________n n 1 R 00Incidental For '
Warrant. Outstanding June I Ih. 114._________________ ,38863 : .. School. __ho.unnnnnnu_____ 220 I FOR ,
Commissions Treasurer. __________________________________ 681 SALE-Mission oak wrlt.indesk r rI
fund Overdrawn June loin. 1(14________________________ 3 1.99908'Rpo..lpt. Commissions Tax Collector__ ____________________________ 927 and bookcase combined, per-
1 : JUlll to December Slst. 1114.: I Error Drawing Warrant_________________________________ 1000 fect condition. Inquire Box 611 BEAMS If.d
';I a from .e--------- 831.00' Expense.. Election____ _______ _-____________ __ ____________ 1870 23064 KJBBJmmee Fla. 24ti -
4 Taxes __ _____ _ __________ ____ 6,71360 I -- FIRE ESCAPES. f
v Tax Redemption.__ 118 14 I Balance In Fund December. Slst. 1914___________________ I 1.9(10119 CHANNELS
I Telegraph Taxes::::::=::=::::::::::::=::::::: 1ft.18 I Uarrants Outstanding December Slst 1914_____________ 6520 FOUND-Leather watchfob bearing a I
Loans -------__-_- ------ -____ ______ __ __ 15.30"> 21.97992 K. of P. emblem. Owner can have ANGLES AND :
ti Trnasurer'a Balance.. December Slat 1914____________ ____ t 196609 I
DIDureemenis -----------_____________________________ a19980-S; SI HCIIOOI. DISTRICT NO. D.Tieaaurer's same by calling at the Valley Ga- ALL SHAPESBOILER ,
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( July 1 .to December list. 1914.: Balance, Junp SOth. 1914_____________ __ ___ I 9426Warranta zette office proving property and ,
fi, I Cost Salary of Road Material Superintendent Road. and and Rrldtt.n Ov..r.e..r.n_________ 1.98898 460.00 Outstanding June SOth 1914 ___ __ __ 102 17 paying for this ad. 23-tf PLATES !: t'

Tool. and Machinery: Coat and Repalr.---------------- 114 75 Fund Overdrawn. June 10th. l"t4________________________ 7.92 ;-" TANK STEEL I \
$ \ Pay Paid of for Convict free .bor--Other than Guard__________ ...88 9S From Taxes-------------------------------------------- 4086 18 H. P. T. & M. engine; one 16 . GALVANIZBDCOPPEK
Guards----------------------------------

'. ,Feeding and Care of Convict. on Road____ _____ _Uh__ 2.043 6.161911 3D Making --_ --_--_----_--_-__ _______---__--______________ I 3293 foot long, 4 H. P. engine, will sell : AND I
Payment account dlacharged convict leased__ _--___--_ 103 00 Disbursements! July 1 to December. Slat 1914* cheap; also one pair large mules. ZINC SHEETS
Paid to Incorporated Cltl. and Towns___ _________ 1.418 24 Salaries Teachers____ ________ ____________________________ 16.00C"mmie.ions H. W. Thurman. 22-tf I ;
yi Right of Way and Land---------------------------------160 00II Treasurer. ________ __ __ _____._ 109 I1..
Incidentals -------______________________________________ .31 }<1xpen.... Election____ ____-__--__-_-________-__-___-_-___--_________- 18.76 1484 FOR SALE OR ., TRUSS BOOS
1 interest on Money Borrowed____ ________________________ 668 67 TRADE! for horse and j
Borrowed Money-___________ _____________________ _______ 17300.00 37,98851 Fund Overdrawn. December list. 1914____________________ I 1 91Carrnnta wagon one 2 cy. Buick In food STAY BOLTSSTRDOTURAZi

'r i Ov.rdrawn'December list 1914______________ ________ '18.007.67 \ Outstanding December. Slst. 1914_____________ I 5 Oil condition, good tires; must sell or I Sth ,4, D yla
r Warrants Outstanding December list. 1914_________ ___ 18.008,73! Treaaurer'a Balance December Slat. 191.-_______________ J.09SUn trade at once A. M. Jones P. O. IRON WORK

Treasurer's Balance, December list. 1914PUBLICITY ___ _____ -_CROOL. DISTRICT NO. .. Box 221, KIsBtmmee. 7tf tit.. ,
1.06NONE Tr. aRurer'. nRIa n..... June 10th. 1914____________________ J 110 OF ALL KINDS + M
rln FU1 Warrants Outstanding June SOth. 191.u____ 1.79 STRAWBERRY
riiI Treasurers June loth. PLANTS-Send $2.60 '=::IZl tALL
lr all.t'.C: .t.181Ii -i--------------- ( ) I. A !
Receipts Ieeember :: Balance. In Fund. June SOth. 1914______________=.. ________ I 826 for 1000. Cabbage plants at 160. HARD WOODS
) from Taxe.-------------------- __________ Peach 1 1. .
n unoo f 301.81 P.ecelpts July 1 to December Slst, 1914: plum, pear and cr BBBM" tree
Disbursements July 1 tc December list. 1914.: From Tears __ ____ ___nnn"nhU__________ 1 96Tax at 10 to 16 cent ea'ch. Join Light- ', f. -
X Donation to Special I Edition Osceula. Journal___________ 20000 Redemptions. _______________ ____________ _____ BOO 1096 foot E. LAUNCHES .
1 Donation to Klsslmmee Hand_nooh___________________ 160.00Overdrawn 36000<) Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf ;'
# < Making ._ h- -;.,_ __ uunhu_______________ 1921 ;i: DORIES 'AND l {'ps.7'
\ December 31st. 1914------------------------ 1 4S 19 Olahursernents' July 1 to December list. 1914: FURNISHED ROOMS for light SKIFFS

r/ Warranty Outstanding.. December<< << Hat. 1914__ ___ _______ 350 00 An'..rl... Teachers. __ _ ____ _n n_un n__n__n n______ 4000 housekeeping at low rates for the J r:
Fuel _. 200Commissions BUILT TO
\ Treasurer's Balance, December list, 1914j--------------- t SOI.81 ---'Treasurer: u:-:: :::::::::=::::::: > ::::::::: 174 summer. very close in, (In plain ..

'frs Bl'HOOl. FUND. Frror dr..wlnjl.rranl.. I..t.. Report____________________ 10.00 6374 view of lake'; always a good breeze; BOILERS'r
""Rrea.urer.8laluce. June SOth. 1814.Outstanding ____________________ 1 S 366 60 very desirable location; all conven- i
i -.-.' Warranta, June 30th, 114 16 171 64 Fund Overdrawn December Slit 1914____________________ I 14 RS J,
i Overdraw Fund. June Seth 1914______:::::::::::::::::: 12,816.01: Warrants Outstanding December 31.t. 1914______________ 17.00 iences; large porches; any numberof TANKS BUILT TO '. '
.' '. t(. '')Receipt July 1 to December. Slst. 1(14. rooms desired at one-naif win- 'V. 'j ,.
.. , '.$. From Telegraph Tsxes___________--*---__________--______ 11.11 Treasurer's Balance. December list. 1914________________ I 1.47 ter rate. Call or address No. 14 ORDER-
""Y' ;1/-, .. Tax R..d..mptlon.ooo.. ____.,________________ 117.81 S. Orlando PUMPS FOB .
I ",, r .One Mill Pchool Tai_____._---________________ 1.'1'.86 ASSETS AND LIABILITIES avenue. .18-tf ALZi
Teachers-Examinations __ ___ PURPOSES ..
'W' h:. Kindergarten ::::_::::::::::::: _.-::: lUg OSCROLA COMVTY.! DECEMBER ai T. 114. Miss Letltla. C.' Tyler granddaughter {

74 -.,Sale School Lot-__ __ 6000 ABSKTS. of President Ty'erwho bornin COMPETENT PORCH
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"r 9)) 'Sub-School' District .error Wta.Taxes .__________________ 6.00 Balance Cash on Hand all Fund.r-: ---__,_! 'ZI.I5
..AIX' "' 't, ., .. I'!T.". .Borrowed Money._.__.._ .._.. __.____... 10.000.00 her position A* clerk in the 0
:,''J.i"'-;'. ;l"...6xi/., ;" .: 'City-Proportion' Scbeol .Fund._____.?.__..__'._,.-? 1.194.14 19.641.70. Total _______________....______LlA:__BrLITIID.______.__._____r._._.__.____-._,...,..1.77 nary department,where she baa served ALL,TIMES.

ii' ,,.;.... -.; --.----..---------------__-_ -.. -- ..,..... Warrants Outstanding for Current' Expenses.-...-----___..--..-.____144.I.81 i continuously since her original appointment
1 '' Wt' nt r''lito""I Pald. to,. Duplicate No. (.6 -;i...?----..- 1111.0f VALOR Or COUNTY PROPERTY. ", ". on July 1, 188 J.
1 nt' Net. f. Paid by Dupllcat-. 517.t .-,...-______ . Court Moliaa : _.w____ __-, .: _____...___ '.__-,.Q.nOOOnfjrhool . .
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.dio; Strawberries: California Is almost the onlyarea chicken 'mites and their different habit Isolated cases direction can be given'
the various ...- begin southern +
; which are '.taken ,Into.' consideration. for ,the use of-the preparation such
: from *
to leave central Florida as'earlya ; '
ILLS PASSED BY SOLONS December and the movement con are being 'made.'' "' The strawberries Chicken lice pass. their, life cycle on that when followed 'the preparationkills will besatiafactorJ' .r
then it
tinue until t\t.\ end of then.on the market are chiefly grown the fowl and chickens: are for the lice effectively; of +
first of March the tint strawberries tit small quantities In areas close to most part Infested with lice bf direct to sell .preparations'' f, :
kill
and southern the, .consuming sections. contact. .close association with a this character as, "Chicken-lies
from southern Texas great '
\\'IS: with this work the chicken already infested with lice. If era? However, the' manufacturer ,
Iu connection
NOW'LA OF THE STATE California find their way to the market '
the It
t, About the middle of March the department Is conducting a tel.. any lice appear in the poultry house, should assure himself' that chicken product

.... Louisiana crop begin to move continuing graphic market news service of the not on the chicken, these are to be ,I will be: ..ffect1against the-claim on the j 1
,' about two months or"until daily movement of strawberries to the considered more or 'I..* accidentaland lice before making' chicken will ,,
.. the middle of May.: May Is, indeed various large markets during the current not of great Importance since the label and Uuatlnjul'J',, to .
\' v Act,creating Broward county. commission Investigate Into n.ed the great month for carload ship season, together with the prices natural habit of the chicken louse Is not result whenth. product is".. used- 6'
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4p Act relating to answers in chancerj. for an Institution for epileptics and. ments.- By far the greater part of the* received.! Report of these movement the chicken itself. On the other hand in accordance: with direction described

;: ,. 'Act.,creating bureau of vital sta- feebleminded.Act Tennessee and Virginia crop is chipped and prices are telegraphed daily to chicken mite, live in the crack and Such products r those ,
ti 1.tic .. providing for the punishment of at that time, a* well as much of producing area and consuming centers crevices of the poultry house, on the above, will come within'the purview
'Act creating state board of arch any person or persons responsible for the Delaware southern Illinois and in order to assist in the profitable under side of roost, etc., and attack of the Insecticide Act of 1910 and are
I. : lecture. or contributing to the delinquency of Maryland supply. By the end of June'' distribution of the crop. the chicken for the most part at recommended for use against chicken t alice
Act authorizing watchers at a!ll children. night, veturning after such attack to when-they will not,1n fact be effective
i to .
, 1, the penalty, for embezzlement : -------------- i. the cracks against chicken lice when used yin
--- - - habitat
, ,' .,action.. ? Act fixing ----------- their natural e.,
r .r-' Act to provide for.creation of Blox: abstraction or, willful misappropriation and crevices of the poultry house ..tc.It accordance with the directions give, t tV tVed
,. :ham county. of funds -of banks or Care of is evident, therefore, that It one en by the manufacturer are mia ftnd.<
Poultry ,
for insurance of trust companies.Act Proper desires to remove chicken lice effectively under provision of the,act, and -
oopntyiwildings.Act . regulating size and constructioi some preparation must be used the shipper 1.I subject* prosecution Ii
J a. providing for increase in sal- of field Boxes to be used by packer which can be applied directly to the under section t of the act, while tM

airy for judidarq.u. in packing oranges lemons and other I Essential: to Good Results lice on the chicken, such a* a IJce shipment II I subject to' seizure, ,undersection '., ."

... with reference to assignmen citrus fruits. powder, dip, or spray, or some preparation 10 of the act.,. ''''' '
'0>tAd judges. House concurrent resolution memorializing -- must be used that will! give off la three a'pound..'

t Act relating to police powers o.f congress to appropriate The following: is taken from the Ser- words, are not in-sufficient concentra- sufficient fumes to kill the lice on the wholesale Sugar InJexico..ants" .- ..,.,'
}, railway conductors.; 10,000 to remove obstructoins. in t.he< vice and Regulatory Announcement tion in any case tested by us to kill chicken by said fumes. It naturally .-
Act providing for creation of stat Ocklocknee river. of the Insecticides and Fungicide chicken lice on the chickens. In some follows if a preparation of the latter i ..
d, road' department. Act authorizing school boards or Board few-cases the fumes which arise are character is used it must be used in '

x,' .' Act setting aside a day to be know trustee* of special tax districts to establish It has: come to the notice of the Insecticide sufficient; be more or less effective such manner that the fume will be When buy:
c ''as Farmer day. home economics department and Fungicide Board that a against cnicken lice when the fowlsare in sufficient concentration to kill the you #j jBREAD '
Act amending general statutes de. in public schools. manufacturer are put-- Anflned with said fumes in a bur lice on the chicken and at the cam* & '* ffj t
for teaching of evil great many considerable time not be nllurious to the chicken.
L lining the term "beer. ting out liquid preparations for killing lap-covered box for a pe- '
4 Act amending general statutes relating of alcoholic beverages and narcotic chicken lice under such name as "Li riod of time.It On the other hand, if one wishes toremove ; ,
to legal time. to children in the primary grades of quid Lice Killer," "Lice Killer," "Lice was further found by the entomo- chicken"mites effectively, some .
Act to protect and regulate the saltwater public schools. Killing Liquid," etc. These preparation logists of the board that most of the preparation should be used (such as
1 fish industry. Act relating to county finances, pro are for the most part composedof above-mentioned preparations were creosote oil\ or kerosene 011)) which will Ask for the BEST : i
f? t. Act requiring the proper screening viding for separation and filing reports one or more of three following effective against chicken mites when soak in all cracks and crevices of the

of hotels and restaurants. by commissioners and clerk of liquids: Kerosene, crude petroleum, said preparations were very thoroughly poultry house, cover all roosts, walls?
Act placing regulation of canal toll he circuit courts. crude carbolic acid creosote oil, and I sprayed over the whole inside of etc and in this way by direct contact' We rake it. Every Greccr wlbit '
.' under railroad commission. Prior to the adjournment of the leg various other fractions of petroleumand the poultry house, in all cracks and destroy the mites. .
Act relating to the examination of stature the following bills of a general coal tar, as well as turpentine.In crevices of the poultry house, andover The board is of the opinion that
z banks and trust companies.Act nature were enacted and wen giving directions for the use of all roosts, supports dropping such mixture. as are described in the 1 1S
amending general statutes relating signed by the governor: these preparations against chicken boards, and nest boxes. first paragraph of this notice, are not O. K. BAKERY ,
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,, to the pay of witnesses. Act amending general statutes providing lice it is a common practice to direct The reason why the above statements practical 7'Chicken-lice killers." but
e Act reI'U1atuthe disposition and I for creation, maintenance and that they.be applied to one or more are true is obvious when the are "Chicken-mite killers, and shouldbe
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kale of habit-forming drugs. regulation of summer schools for of the following places: Roosts, drop- difference between chicken lice. and ,, used and sold as such. If in a few
s- Act relating to subscription to stocl' teachers and other pupils. ping boards, wide boards nailed be- .

of bank. and trust companies. Act to amend general statutes relative neath the roosts, nest boxes, inner Invigorating to the Palo s4 Sickly J. ..... .... ... .... ..w
Act regulating finances of countie to regulation, management and walls of the chicken house etc. .o..o..o.o... .. . ......... {
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I TIM Old auxUrd resent tmrtb' *hw toelc
of banks and banking com
and budget system. conduct
providing
Another less common direction for OROVB'8 TA.rnrhlil: TONIC dries out
Act relating to and prescribing fee paniea by comptroller.Act the use of these preparations against .ralaria.e.tkbe.twbtooda.db.ld..ptb..
Il', to be paid to county treasurers. to amend general statutes relating chicken lice is to paint the inside ofa Urn. A ITIM koala for adalu and catldtn. SOc 41.65 ;

Passage of bill over governor's vet to organization management, box with the preparation, place the ,
4 creating Twelfth judicial circuit. and operation of life and fire insurance chicken or chickens in the box, cover '
Act relating to the number of directors companies and their agents. At -- -
i loosely with burlap bag and leave fora .>' r
in corporations not for profit. Act assenting to and accepting pro certain length of time. SOME OF THE THINGS) WE MAKE TO ; : i"
Act relating to appointment and visions of act of congress, approved It is evident from both of the above-
qualifications pilot commissioner!, by the president May 8, 1914, relating mentioned directions that the manu- tmrnrnm Metal 11II1.c. ...-,
Act amending general statutes relating to agricultural extension work. factorer considers that the fumes Jas.. Mvtal .."_.
l to fees for feeding prisoners. Act authorizing school book commission which arise from such preparationswill ..... Tww." ... O.taa.CMd.rt. New York and Philadelphia : ; '
,j Act to define sick and funeral bend to extend time limit for five kill the chicken \lice when the .. rip. I"Itt'- s. ,. \ ;
fit Insurance, limit amount of risks. for renewal of contracts for c.n._ sb.Ms,
& years products used in accordance with ..
are
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'I. Act to amend general statutes relating purchase of text books to July 1, 1917 C+ Anl aad retort
directions. ., ... .
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of swat Motel "'
'tic to right to the writ of garnish- Act providing for examination ,
and assistants The board has now tested a large Mtel "B" "- IMdl.*. ,
ment. moving picture operators and From Kissirnrneevu: ., v o
number of these preparations so JIMaI "sae.statg. ".
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Act providing for appoinment ef receivers and moving picture machines hall 1 ,;
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far has failed to find a single one Ae. Jf-.a.le C.I.- .
for banks and trust companies towns and cities within, the state.
which is effective against chicken lice 1_.....! atv.t.d Cml-r.rU.
'1 Act to amend general statutes relating House concurrent resolution memorializing when used in accordance with the first TvipmilM BtlU ..* c.... .
' to service of a to establish a mail ._
process upon congress of directions Mb*** MvtalSh ee.
M corporation. route over the canal connecting Apa- set given. .* MttmlBndf 8krDPota.: Line :
Act making appropriation for maintenance lachicola and St. Andrews bays. Some few of the preparations were Pip sad _u.... Atlantic Coast ; .
( of institutions of higher learn Act making it a misdemeanor tc found to be more or less effective .,........ltI... .
ing. keep or maintain surface closets not against chicken lice when used in ac- 0..d ek.M MMat w..k..s, .. r '
1 Act to amend sections 16, 19 and 23; in keeping with the plans and specifications cordance with the second set of direction Askk your e..4e .. witte r far ..MsTfIORIDAMEfALPRObRC1S Staadard Railroad of the So.tk ". '

chapter, 6060. of acts -of legislature of; of health.furnished by the state board chickens* given, provided were left that in the the chickenor burlap Tickets Sold Daily Flu Wit October Jlst>f; ; 'c 4

1900.Act covered box for about an hour. It' ire" *""** *'Va. 1..R.atassNtws.c. '
: to amend general statutes relating Act prohibiting selling of stock In CO.see. 'St.-9. .i 4'
1 to obstructing public roads 01 any insurance company in this stab might be added, however, that such a Jeer Sckdule and Reserratfou calf a
"' highway. at less than ten per cent below par treatment might in certain cases be s- wa A_ "..,

;t.-n: ,' Act prescribing how bonds and certificate within two years after filing application injuriou It Is therefore to the chicken.evident that the ,JACatONYILL.I 1PLA. W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent, J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P.X ,>
,:,: b of indebtedness shall be vali \ for charter. x tame given off from these prepara- ,EJ.FIa.. 4 ...; FU. : :
insurance -
Act concerning companies
r' : dated.Act prohibiting any person from and associations and their, agents tions in a modern poultry house In other are OSCEOLA W. B. MAKINSON HARDWARE CO.CO.Swope's o.oo.o..o.o..o o..oio..oo..o..o.. .... .i. ,
not sufficiently strong or, .
it. .. ,jt; making a false claim or statement tc and other person, firms and corporations ... .I.. .-..
i: ; !secure credit. .. ; prohibitinsrdiscriminatfon'rebating : .- '. .

r.r;;'".-ty ,1913 Act and repealing imposing anti-coupon certain license law and oi ,. Act relating and twisting.to certain\clashes'' of Indemnity I . ...' '. . 'r 1"I ,''........".',, . ,.' ;.:. '. -'F: ..\ . :; '...,... '.
;
other taxes. ; contract, .m w.rlnc.rpo. 'I ,1 l "
'(1..1 'Act.providing.for organization ammanagement rations to.fix certain fees, and' providing . II '

v :/' ; of mutual fire Insurance for 'penalties"for. violations of I The of the world ,
.
.i 'companies. provisions of act. FarmKISSIMMEE eyes
Act requiring all policies or contracts Pony ,
atf! Act to constitute plant board a cor t' ,
of indemnities against loss by
,
body and further defining the
;.:. porate explosion. burglary, liability contract,, :.
and duties.
powers steam boilers and other forms of casualty FLORIDA the man who ,
on .
,/ 'Act creating state plant board, providing insurance business, and on surety are
citrus .
to fight
( appropriation bonds to be issued and countersigned ''''
f canker pest. bv local agent regularly com

::'%i Act of to level prohibit of any drainage lake greater or lowering than- missioned. JOE WELSH Full-blooded Welsh Shetland 1

two'miles square. Stallion t"4
Act providing for abolition of county +OOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOO. ... SAVESPAUSE

n treasurers' office and creating + STRAWBERRY DISTRIBUTION .0I. Stands at $10 Cash When Bred ,
county depositories. . ,
0s'
Act forbidding foreign insurance If mare fails. to get in foal $5 will be returnitf 4
"' companies to do business in this state Shipping in Carlots-Northern \. "
yf O Berries Sold Local Markets. .
.. on
.
without a license. .
..... of .h. Seasonal Distribution. I
Act requiring the free passage *. t
dredires through railroad bridges in I > '
for Sale t
OOOOOOO.toooOOOOO"OOOOO'A Colt
Also One
f- the Everglades.Act Spotted
1.
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?: .;t' relating to punishment for I It recent survey of the productionand for moment, young man, : I,
false statement to marketing of strawberries in the ,
using .
making or .
i 't'
Secure property or credit. United States, made by'the department a thought to self. .The' '
,5--
' Act providing for prompt payment indicates that the eight most
:
\ 1 t of money into treasury by both tax I important commercial strawberry districts C. E. SWOPE problems that confront you now, or< .,
Tennessee
; collectors and sheriffs. are central California, ,
I." S' Act regulating sale or" furnishing of Maryland, Delaware. southern will few hence. r" 1 -
.; intoxicating liquors wines or beers Louisiana North and South Carolina, P. O. Box 656 Kissimmee, rla.Jllllllllllllllilliilllllllllll a years ,

I ,.'.\'f (. Davis package bill). Virginia and the Ozarks. In 1914. 1- lF'I
;! Act relating to the reduction of )06; carloads of strawberries were yon-Ak ef affair ia state; ;
utio.-ya
1 r' stock of any insurance company shipped from central California. Lester II I II Look about sea country, L
capital '
. ."i'1; organized in this state. quantities were shipped from the U tk* world, are tke sea who started to save early !. Cfev. : /:
I and other districts, which are named in I''
orescribing requirements
\ Act
7J
,:.: :t' !;(1' .. proceedings for admitting attorneys the order of their importance.carloads From last I II I IIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II II IIL 'Tk'T .have the respect sad ceafideace of tile cemMoiJty. : ,

: 5, to practice law In Florida. he: OzarVs came -748 . i

I 1,:'. Act authorizing persons, firms or :fear. of the- which is Tke ,solo on the otker side-at tke f.Dewi wk. speed! all tkcy ,
The authors
: to make photographic survey "
1 records corporations of all public documents. }ublished in bulletin 237 of the de- Paradise:: Island: :: make-tkey" may have a food time for a wkile, Ut what' dee. OuSt, .

: 'c Act providing for compulsory school! artment. "Strawberry Supply and penoaality reflect K".
attendance and providing for attendance !distribution in 1914," point out, however r "

' ::2:, officer .. that the north plays a more,important PEACHES A dollar or so deposited U tki beak wifl be. 1M i :
.1' : indusry H
'r Act to authorize board .ef health to par in the strawberrv ii '
t. Collect knd disseminate Information : than these figures might indicate. ..den* of M kesiorakle, iadcpesideat ar e. ; .

} concerning communicable diseases. Great quantities of berries" are grown Make year befimaiaf Bew -today. You i: ,\

\ t j -.' Act to amend general Statutes re- in the north in small catches and Ripe Peaches For Sale baak book will pave tke way. ; .',:
:!;;, lating.to the control and creation of shipped to market by trolley express, '; f'
.", .;. road and bridge districts. or m the producer's own wagon. Only I
r special small portion of northern- :E::-c>>r Eating =
?t Act requiring fire insurance companies a very 5
(' to deposit certain -amount of crown berries are concentrated into .t

".Y.'I... \ cash or securities with state treasurer. arload: lots, the basis for the govrtrnment 1 State Bank r--
.. ;;:>-' Act to forbid payment of dividends survey. In the south, how- = $1.50 Per Grate
Pacific\ coast, where her-
companies organized in ver; on the i .
Insurance
i! by
::.
distances, i is ,
(
0:., 'I. ''this state under certain conditions.Act rlea are shipped long = '

''it\,..'1..1\+,; Investment to define companies domestic'to and provide foreign forregulation ; lent economical by carloads to arrange: to 'have them,.=== :For: :Pr8s3e>rving: ;;;;;; of Kissimmee"'J : .

> 'd\:. of same. The bulletin already mentioned contains = J(00,00&00 ., ;i
- -S and supervision per crate '
"/"' Act providing method to secure a a Hst of shipping ,stations. in $1.<>>0 : Capital stock: _.--___________________ '
.'
correct' history of United States, including he United State. where carload ship- == Resowce eye ________________... ._: 400,000.00 J J,1': ; .-
: of Southern' Csrifed- nents originate, together with; the ::::: >, .. '
"I history. lumber of carloads sent out in 1914. = ''Send your order to = Officers aid Directors.. v .'.'; 1 "11."r""
eracy.r ? this list it that there M '. '
; # :''Act, providing punishment' for 'wilfnllyxor ae rom t grand total of-14,653.2 appeals carloads ; CARSON PnL J. M. LEE. Via' pr-t.' \' ' ,,; :+
'. watonly setting pre or, atUroptingl F. D. LITTLE,paradise Island C. A. "J' .
:', fori of strawberries shipped commercially ;( -
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'- to burn'any property: K TZ.2ad VICe ; : ,
from .
Of these 2,312came .
In 114. S ,
= ' t..
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KISSIMMEE \i
Insurance -i
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California, the state's closest competior , "
amend- = : .
Joint\ resolutionproposing;: ,, === ROMA THOMASCashier; ,.o;.. ... .
.1IUf-1 being' Tennessee .with a; total of,69LL _, , oJ...' .J I :.. .
to "
constitution relating > : : ;tri
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D s RIP'I'IONOII'L.UfD. t"" ,OWNER;. .: $ 'D1I:8CRIP.TJON: 'Oil' LANDV 111 OWN10R.' it
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Notice I* hereby>> s I".n that the following described landa. or ao mueh. = l'S. h. " '.. .... I! > 11r!!_
'thereof as will ba neoeaaary. to the amount due for taxes. .. .et .. S. e 11" t ,
opposite to the earns. torether. pay the coat of such sal and advertl4nr.) t! .8All .:c' ij \ c ,\: .
t>. .old at public auction on the fifth day of July, A. DQovrt .. 1111 In front of the. !'

Houss door ftt Klaelmmee, County of Oaceola and State of Florida: FractL ___..___.-_______.;______._.. 1 II II U' Lltht.q. Par.on.o . NE... ot BWII__._.::_.:_+,._-..-" .., .11' '!' II: Mololl Ratty "tfi'/l I' ".

K Cattle 'co. ..__ ..... '.t" .
.4 C.. _.______ 1'.1. NB: of E'4-z..1.---. -:-... . ......1/ .. .0: N.1.oq L" il. ..... LIT ."
All _____.______.._______._.__._______ I 10 11 f'l' Llght.sy a Par."on.Oattl. loh. .. .. .. 1'__.....__. / .. 36'f' 90''Neloe'L H. _. 11... :\ f" .
1 14 Lot. 1. ana .0_._______.._____ 141 L. H. ,,," .
p'Y H d OWNER. Co. ___......____ ..... E 4 acr.. of Lot .!f-_..__...___..1 : I. J.( 4 r.bOll. I., D. .__\ 1:411: ,..0 ",.
:aJDSCRIP'I'ION 011' LAND. a :m:. d owUk AU _____.__, ________._.____.._____.____ 10 .1 f10 LI..ht..y Par- Lot 17.- ---- --___..--__ $31''I'' 89 2. ONmee. W. 1\,. .. 1.5, .,.
r u a:I t 8va11g .on. Cat t 1 Lot .8_...___.._ _._... /!! 16. H 10 Brook.. H. R., Lie" : ..
o :i ________ '1.0' Lo ts29 and .0::_:::__::_____:::_:::;, II 1. II 10 Nelwly' xr..I." It"
< All FractL _.__._.;._________u_________ 4 10 II 111 Llght.e. a P..rt \ H. .. ..:" ''I....i, "
-- -
.on. Cattle Lot ., I. I (' I' :
--------- --------'--- ---- II el.on. M H. __ ....
of NIO ___._____.._____________ 28 18 $0 Bhlver. 1. 10. __. 11.14 Co. -----J.___ '..1 Lot I'.and 10_____________________._ 4 i19 .0 .Lon L. H. ___ 1.\
"," of S101L.________________________ 1 It Shiver, 1. E. --_ 1.71 All Fracll ___________________________ 1 $0 .1 368 Llaht..y. Par- Lot 1_______________.___________.___ 5 I' 36 10 Cunalagbam. .j i '!..l1l, >
NW, of N)IM and N* of NW," less CattleCo. j. t.$& .
laud? deeded to Mr. P. L. Simmons__ 12 21 14 111 Platt Calvin ___!'.II _____-____ 11." Lots I. 1. I.. 1.. 11. '1. $2l. .1. --------- ; '

Ber. II.4 ft. 8 and i4 ft E of NW cor. All Jl'ractL ________________________u_ 1 JO II 11 Llghtaey. Par.on. and 8/lot io_________________.___._ I I' 3' I N.l..1Io L, H. li.Tt''
of See., run 8 (III ft. B 140 ft, N Cattle Lot. IT and U___________.__.________ 5 t31, 8d N 01 .0.. R.ajtr'. 1' '
III.I ft, W lit ft__________________ 22 It.. 9 SIr..mtna Mrs Co.-a----- ...1 ;__
\
_.: 8.II All Fracll ___________________________ 1. 10 .1 114. LI.-ht". Parsons . Lot .0___________________________.____ 6 .8 I' 10 CoCok. Q{r-:_ tit .,:
BW* of NB* less 70 )'d.*. *q. In SB Cattle. NW" of NWu_________________ I II It Pn.uman. B. a. ts. ; .
t corner ... 6 21 14 89 Nettlea W. R. 4.14 Co __________ 1..2. NEIL of %_________________ ___ ..: IT II 100 L. Parson. -..,; ...:
B* of ( :::::::::::::::::::::: 8 29 84 40 Nrttlea: W. R. 5 14 All _________u________________________ 11 .0 n 140 Lhrht..y. Par- .. .... .

B W y of gW111( --- __ 6 29 14 40 UnknownS __u__ 1.84I .011. Cattle. of NE" ---_____________________ I I' II I. Bloemllh J.CnR. __--_ left ""F ;
nd ". 34 Int.if jif8 1--::-:- 24 20 14 20 a val go. MrsLizzie Co. __________ 11.81 8WJ' of BWK-_______________.._____ I II 3. 40 Welch C. H.8.38 ,. i
_ -_ u 19 All ______________. ___uun----nn II 19 II 111 Llghtaey Parson. N 4 % _____ 4 16 II .0 Bro..on. 3. R. ._ 4.0. 7. ;
tlndlr 34 Int. In SWU of BEu______ 280 3/ 20 Mootre, Wm. -_-_ I 89 Cattle B"1f oNEf eor of 8Ww ofBW'4run8 'r rII

Lot 4 _______________________________ 1 21 3/ 40 : J. T .--. 4.KSS Co. ____u____ 11.01 ft. W 120 ydL N ). ft. E 110 "d.__ 11 II II T1aer St.wart ..I' "" a'
All ___-_-_________uu________________ 7 22 36318 Southern Colonization .ISSI All __________ ____________-uu__ U 30 11 111 LI.-ht.e P.r- { 8W cor of Lot 4 rUII N 100 ft E rUO I"I"Bel
Co.
u .on. CattleCo. ft B 100 '
% ft W UO"% all: also If
:All _______ -__ 17 22 14 140Ctl Southern Colonization I ___un___ 11.0' SW % of 8EX le.. Rt of Way of FIe.. t ",, .
L .a---------------------- Co __ .SS All FracU. --_______--_______----____ 11 10 n 616'' Lt.-ht..y. Par- Midland and beg. Sill cor of SW :, ;

All ____ ______ ___ ________________ II 22 84 Southern Colonization .on. Cattle. of 8WX Rr % run N 111 ft N 344 .
Co. 11.22 Co. ______-___ 18.t. d..ree. W JlIi' ft II lUO ft E 660 t. :

1 :All ____un__ _____________________ 29 22 84 6446S9 Southern>Izatlon Co Colon_ _ 22.22 All FracU. ___________________________ 111 JO II 111 Lllfht.ey. Cattle- Parson. .. Diet ft. 8--------------------------------- 11 II II .0 Putman H. W. I.'. ., '

All ________________un_______________ 21 22 24 Southern Colon.1 : Co. ______nn 1.11 run N 181 ft N U'd..r..e.. . W un 'a
ization 22.22 Fr..cU. _____ ____ __ __ ____ 10 II Par-
All _ 17 646 Lhrht..y -
-- -- -- ft. 8 1110 fl. E 110 ft.______________ 11 II II 10 Vlall Co _______ 13.30 '9 \
:All ______ _____________________________ 21 22 84 644 Southern Colonization .on. Cattle. 1014 of lot. I.... a .trlp 11 ft. wide. off 't"nlS ( 4.r
.
Co 21 81 Co. ____ __ 11.1'
un >
end al.o lot 4 Ie. I' ;
t ; owned
All ____________________________ 4 22 84 604eot Southern Colonization All Fncll. except E34' of 8EX and 834' D W. Moaele. acres InSW /'
nn Co 12.11' of BW X __nnnnn__ II 10 II 480 LI.-ht..y. Par cor'to T, O. Hoffman: and cr.c ,1.yuare

All ______ __________________nu_____ 6 38 S4tt Southern Colonization .on. Cattle. In BE cor 10 F. H. Toner. and
. Co 21.42 Co. ___ _____ U.04 '

- :All _________- ______________ ________ / 24tS 615 Southern Co Colonization I _ 21,(2IS : All FrncU. except. E34 of NR % ___n_!_ It 10 II 301 Llghtaey. Cattle- Parson. n- Beg.110 NE yd.cor. .qr.of In lot NE 4 run cor_S___UO____'d.___._W__ 11 IS II 10 Rolf..0. A. ___ .11 '

Southern Colonization I ______ __ 111..1 1t0 yd.. N 140 .. E 1t41 )'d..______ 11 II II I Babb F. A. ____ .,.
_____ 7 t627 Co.
:All _______--______--__________ -- u Beg BE cor ot lot deeded. to Henry 1:
( _ .
0. .(S All Fracll. less 8WX of NEX--------- 20 It II 241 LlghtaeyPar-

______ _____ ________ 8 28 84 C89 Southern Colonization .on. Cattle I WIl.on run N.w..I..rly. en Rt Way ,
____ ____ .
AU uu 106 ft. W U U 18. .
un ('0. _ 22 (8 Co. __________ n.St 180 ft B 106 ft E 180 ft.____ % Dlek..raon. R. L, l.ao- -

'. All ____00 _____________________________ 9 28 24 641 Southern Co Colonization __- 22.90 All FractJ. ____________________0._____ 2ft 10 P H' Llf htaey. Cattle- Paron. SE\4\ of 8WX ___ ______________________ 11 U 13 40 Gorden{. E. ____Mn.___. ..al

__ ____ n." Ely of NEX of NWI%_________________ I II 18 10 Landers. H. E. 1.11
W 4 __________ ______ __________--_ 24 12 84 S21 Southern Colonization Co. un ,
-- -- CoSkipper. __ 17 URW'4 All ___________________________________ U 10 II 111 Llghtaey Par- W.H.g II Edw.rd. II.-DI"I.I.. ., r,8EX
of NW14 and NWX of IW'4 ___ 84 86 84 80 E. E 660 .on. Cattle. .t 8WX ... WK lOt 8WX saenHX

KM __________ __ _____ _________________ 24 27tr 84 821 Southern Colon- Co. ___nn_ 115.0 ., CICY ... WX .t 8EX. sad
_ _____________ N1 .1 NWX 1._ R H ill ., W., a-a
ization Co. n 17 21 All ___ ________________ IS 10 n 711 Llghtaey Par.on. -
____ __________ ____ ___________ 26 4SI flU Southern Colonization Cattle I I.o''nee. H..e l..6= f 3. 2; ?
:All -- -- : =::::::
-- CoSouthern _ 21 88 Co. 11i.60 I 6 and 12_ _ :::::::::::: 2 21 8 III IAnd..r.. H. E. 1.1.

All: ___________________________________ 26 37 641 Colonization All Fraell. ____________00_____________ 2. 10 11 412 T.Ihtaey unn- Parson. lots 7, 8. 9__ ___ _ ___ _____ ________ I 28 :u 10 Ba.aett. H. D. __ 1.8& q
( Co __ tl.68 Cattle. Lot 50___ ----___ __-- ________--________ I 2. 18 141 Kulp, Leroy. ___ .0- !

All _________ .____________________--_ 27 87 94 640 'Southern Colonization Co. __--____-- 21.28 Lots 61. 62. B3- I II II 10 Warlnl & ]Odward. -
-- CoTtaulerson 13 118R'Wt. All FrAel! _nnnnnunn__ U 10 II 411 Lhhtaey Pareon. 3.10
) of NW % of BWU4 __ _.. __ ____ _ 22 27 13 20 I>. E u 948 Cattle I SEX of NWX and NEX of 8WX ______ I 26 18 80 Cleona,.H-iC:: 1.18: 51'NEX
NK of N10; leas 8WK of NE* of Co. --_ ____--_ 11.17 01 NEX\ __ __ ____________________ I II 18 40 Rurn. David __ ..'T

1, N%: b:* ______________ _______________ 12 21 U 10 Thomp.on. Wesley All __ __ _______________________________ II 10 II 191 Llghlaey 1 Parann. El of NFV1y Of NWX of NEX _________ I II IS 6 Boone". C. A. ___ .IS
4 ___uuu_ 330 I Cattle E1 01 NES1yy nn ____ __ 7 II II 80 Burn.. David __ 1.flT $
r RWX of NK% of NEX----------------\ IS 29 U 10 RnvaKe H BRavasre __ i in .I Co. _________ 16.80 Sty of 8V-------------__ 11 II II .0 Johnston Pat __ II.O ,

NW* of NWU ______ _________________ 13 U! as 40 W. H 884 All uun_______________________ 1 31 31 8U Lllfht.ey Par- 8EX of 8514 Ices beg NW cor run 8
BW of NW* _____ __ -______ IS 29 S3 40 Savage. W. H. 184Bill II"n" Cattle. 140 )'d.. 194 yda. N 140 Yd.. W
{ of BW* and BW-- *-- of--BEX------ 18 !II S3 DO Unknown _ _ 7 t2 Co. _--_____-- 31.U 21" ;;d". ____ __ ___ nun_____ _____ 18 II 28 82 Waring. Mary E. I... F
e., BW Of NWy------------------ 14 29 S3S3 40 Ravage. R R _ 834 All Fractl. ___________________________ 2 21 11 H' Lllht"e Par- Beg w cor of SEX!: 01 SEX run R
VT>*, of JlW'4 less. R R. Rt of Wayun 29 74 John., L. S. _u 8 16St .on. Cattle 140 yd". E194 )'d.. N 140 yd.. W
t BB NK* of NW*: run. Co. _____h___ 11.11 194 yd. ___ ___ __ _____ 18 II 18 8 Pope, 3. A. ___ 1.1141
,fr, JJ'jf' 40 orWo 40 rods B 10 rods B 40 All E of river_________________________ II n 11 410 Llght.ey Par- 8E\4\ of swj( -- _--___--__--_--____--_ 20 21 II 40 Burn. David __ 1.16
i r04. __ ___ __ -__--- 29 83 16 Fertlc. W. N. -- 2.19 aon. Cattle. NK' or 7.1WX --- _--__ ___--_ - _--_____ 14 II 18 80 Johnston Pat __ 21.081N '
--
} BB*' of NW-- "reBB. be. SE cor. run NIff Co _____n___ 11.27 W % 01 N4\ and 8EX of 8WX _____ 3 21 17 10 Clark H. E. ____ 4.0'
yda. W 440 yds. 899 ydB. E 440 'All _ _________________________________ 12 II II 110 LI.-htee Par"on" 8EX: of NWX------------------------I U If 40 Johnston, Pat __ 1.1.
d. 16 80 S3 31 Bass. A E. ... B 99'Alt Cattle 'W'% of ________________ 4 U 17 20 Hogan, MrL DLJ.
SIX r BW* fess Ts n ci. e.dbyJ ('0. __n______ 1181I -_- -
f H. Baladen. and Lee. na.u.n-_ 16 SO ISBer 32 McClelland. W I All uhnUnu____________ U n 11 .40 Lllfhtaey PAr- RWX of 8E1y __ ____ __ __ ____ U n 17 40 Par.ona,J.-w. : g: t

i o ._.- hu __ 6.99 I .on" Cattle NWX of NE'4 _ __ ___ ________________ 18 25 17 40 Johnston Pa' __ 1.1. '..
NE ('or. of BW* of SW* run S Co. nun 8283 BEX of 8E X __ _____ ____________. ___ 10 n 17 10 Can..dy. C. M. __ .1' v
I 116 ft. W 100 ft. fJ 26 ft W 810 ft All E of rlver_________________________ It 31 11 280 I.\airht.oy\ Par- H..ya+ede.I.ot 'i

N 110 ft. E 420NW _ ___ _______ _ _______ 15 10 31 2 Baladen J It 476 .on. Cattle. l Block 39 __ Harper, K. N. -
of SEV --u---un----------- 18 110 U .0 Bass. Oliver __ 416 I Co. ___n_____ 8 HAll WX lot 3, Ik-//::::::::::::::::::: i..7.: ___:: :H

BW of 8BJ Uh_ ---u--n---h--h- 11 SO S3 .0 Montsdora J _ 4 18 E of rlvern_______________________ Y31 31 135 Llghtaey Par- Lot 1. Blork 68_______________________ Harper, K. N. __ .'71 r
NE* of 8W< _____-___ _________________ 18 10 31 .0 Bass. Grant u 416 .on. Cattle Lot 15. BI.ck 62___________ __________ Unknown h____ .Tl
NW* of 8 V ___--____--_-- ___nu_ 18 10 31 .0 Bass Lilly _ .. 416. Co. _--____-- 27.S. Lot 1. Block 67-_______________________ Wint J. .1'. _____ .71
NW* of 8RU" and SB* of SEX ______ III 80 IS 80 Unknown _ n_ 4 40Montsdoca I All E of river_________________________ 26 11 II HO 1..IKhtae Par- Lot 10. Block 101__ _________ __________ Howl..tt. C. H.__ ..71F1.
NW* of NBV _____________________ __ JJ 10 31 .0 J __ 416 I lion. Cattle I .. Agra C... II.. -DIY.. .f---------- 112 26 alLot 9
flW% of RE%, of NWuu__ _______ U 3033 10 Balsden. J 11 1.44 Co. __________ 296 3___________ __ ___________________ I Unknown 00____ .11 '
BE of SE\4\ I.... NW'%) of SEX of An E of river_________________________ I' 11 11 80 Llght.oy Par- .............
29 30 30 Baladnn. J 3 22WT .on. Cattle. Lot __ 1 1.48f.ol
: X o--------: : 29 30 n 10 Brown:, .J, JI. _. 1 20 Moody n_______ 1380 :8L i-w % :=:=:::::::::::::_:::::: : II : g 1.. IhGM.MD::: 1.48

of NE 7% II 10 IS .0 Kener. A. _ n _-248 NEX: and N34 of 8E X ________________ 2 S4 II 240 H. J _u Lot 48-------------------------------- 18 n II 10 Lowe., A. W. ___ 1.48
S BEt4 of 8W a------------------------ All __ __ ____ ___________________________ 12 It n 610 Moody Skipper 1.018 8. 9, It and 15 of 8'% of NWX w

# 8W'4 of X and W'Wt.' of 8x10 % __ II 10 sa 200 Unknown _ __ 10 62 __nn_ 21.88 and 111 and 21_____________________ 18 II 81 80 :Evan". R. L. ___ 18.1.
BE" of SWX ________________________ 9 II 31 .0 Johnson J W 1 92 All __ _ ___________ ____________________ 24 I. n 140 Moody & Skipper Lot. 8 u__ 27 U II n Young, Jacob __ I.U
All __________________ _________________ t7 31 IS 1141 Southern Colonization __ _n_ ____ 326 8 Beg :7871 t.--N 10 -d.. rr.iisv;
Co S2 22 All __ __ _______________________________ 16 S4 II 840 Moody & Skipper ear 01 Lot I II run RIO degr..... 'V =l.

.1" :All __________________ ____ _____._ 35 II IS II" Southern Colonization ___ ___ u 1161 100 tI. E 1140 ft N U7. ft. then. W. '
/ ('0. _ 22 22 All nuunnnoonnnn_ II S4 n 610 Moody & Skipper 10 beg _________uuun_________ 29 28 II 7 Voorkica. L. E. 21. -
:All __________-- -- --__--__--____--__--_ 1 13 II 641 Southern Colonization _-- _____-- IS.88 N of FrAet! Lot ______________ 20 21i 11 6 Unknown __ u__ .71
Co n 32 22 Nay' of NI': % and NEX: of 8EX and F4 lot 27 ___ _______________________ 20 n 11 I 'Vhlll..d. M. 689V ('
-
:All ___________________________________ 2 33 33 645 Southern. Colonization 84 of RI'4: and W34 --_____________ 1 25 30 520 MrLpan.O C. __ 27.60 lot 27____ ______ ____. __ ______ 10 21 S1 I W hilted. R M.h_ I.R9 gr' 4.Lot. .
Co _ 82 S3 SEX of 8EX __ _______________________ 3 26 30 40 Sullivan W. ]f., It and 16-____ 21 25 U 41 W hided, Ed. __ 1.7.
:AU ______________u___________________ I 12 II 11.0 Southern. Colonization Jr. nn_s___ 3 84 New Towa .f N............. +
1 Co __ 32.S3 N %' of N '% of NWX of NEy! ( and E'Wt.or Lot I, Blork 10000 __ __________________ Page, R E. ___ ..69I.ol
NE" ________________________________ 5 II 83 16. Schaaf-MoCann NWX And FractJ lV1y' of RI'% I..IIA Block 100__ __ Leed. P. .69Lot.
,, Land Co .___ 816Southern All Jo'rArt! W34 of SEX lying on W .1'2 and. 6. Ckl :::::::::::::: : ,.If. E. ::: .71: D1.

1 :All __.___________nnnunoo 10 S2 33 610 ColonIsntlonCo "Ide'of AOlfleY Creek________________ 4 25 10 281 Barber. S. O. n 9078WX Lot 4. Block 101 ________________ ______ Snyder A. 1.: .611 'Z\
) ; _ 31 23 of NE'L ______ ___________ _______ 6 28 10 .0 Mathew", G. ,V. 689 Lot 2.41Iock 202____ ___________________ Or..n.. L. F. __00_ .69 "
All _________________a_________________ 11 32 IS 641 Southern Colonization Beg 21i2 ft. W of RE 'or. 01 8WX ofSEI4 Lot 4, Block 101______________________ Page, H. E. ____ .69 ,I-
I ("0. __ 22.S3 :. run N 209 fl. W IiU ft, B 3011 l.ot 1.: Block 101_______________________ Young J. ______ .6. .
I' :All _____________n____________________ II U II flU Southern Colonization ft. E;) 611 ft.--__--______--___________ 9 IS 30 I MR. t e. r.. 111.. Lot 10. Block 108.____________________ Snyder A. R. -- ... J.I

Co. .._ II.33 E: Jo' n______ 1.84 Lot 4. Block 101______________________ Page, 12. E. .6' .
d I :All __________________n_______________ 13 31 IS 8.0 Southern Colonization Lot 1 _________________________________ 10 15 30 lit Sullivan, W. H Lot I. Block 105______________________ Young, Jacob-_--_ .6. e '

Co ... 11.33 J'r. __________ 5.11 Lot 4. Rrock 107______________________ Youn/l" .1'. _____ ,69
:All __________________--______--__--_-- 14 U II 8H Southern ColonIzstlon 8WX .f SE1f of 8W34 and W34 of SE', Lot 6. Block 207______________________ Hauser .1'. B. __ .6. !' .,
Co __. 12.tt of S9,4 of SWX ____________________ U II .0 18 Gr..n.. Jo.h ___ &..8 : Lot 5.. Block 108______ __________..... Young, J. ______ ,69 ,,.
? :All _________________________u_______ U 32 II .n Southern Colon WX of'SW"," and SE% of 8W"4 ______ U II 10 130 Le.I..y. & Ba. '.'71N'Wt. I Lot C. Block 109----------------------. ---- Snyder. A. R. __ ...' ;.
isation' Co ___ II It of NWX of SW of 8E _______ II II. .0'' 'N..ton.. Fo.t..r. ...8S' i 1,
Lot 4. Block 110__.______.__________ Snyder A. R. __ ..69'Lot "
:W X of NW" of. BE4----------------: : 10 83 II 10 Southern Colon* of NWX of 8WI of BE% ________ 11 11..0 6 N.wton. Co Co ,96Beg' I. Block Ill---------------------- Lo..d.. A. ..1 '
' .', Izatlon Co. --. 1." 13W eor of of SI0 run N ___ Pate H B.----_-- .'. .
NEl/ nlk 112----.. .__.______ __
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--- -------- ------ ---- ,. I-ILot '
,, r Itatlon Co. i.l: tt.tt Beg NW cor of SE" of run B Lot 9 Block 11 _:__ _____ X-d. A.: _____ ..t3 s.s" -
t.J.:' ll"'__.___-__._..:_______._____.______ 1..1 3. 111 Southern Colon no ft. E tlO ft. N no ft SEIt f0 fL__ II III 10 I Da"l. Wm. ____ 1.0. Lots .' and 141. Block-113--________ Young.. R -____ .7f ?"'1i" .

Izatlon C*. tt tt By of 8EX of BE -----------.------ 83 II .0 10 Mllar W. ______ 13.0. Lot f, Block 111_______________________ Page.. H. E. ___ .59., .
: ______________ 24 3. II In Southern : '
All __.___._._._ ___ Colonization N 2 rag e. of b:1 0 ch. WWofifE Lot C. Block 111---------------------- Snyder. A. R. --- ... -. ; ,
Co __
II II
e NWX SWX run
AU ___________________________________ 15 II II lit Southern ColonLatl.n 'd.. N 364 yd.. E In% ydL 8 Indr. Lot Lot l.' Block Block 211_:.:::::::::::::::::::::: Magee Page. .HO.EM-U: ".).f

:All ___________________________________ II II II 840 Southern Co Colonization II.11 $ .. o-N--i8jjj>,---- -cor- : 8 21 30 I Grlmm.:1.: A. __ 244E Lot 1. Block 113______________________ P..g.. H. E. ____ .11'-
I i-bf--iiw- __ _ 1"/1"0. H. E. __ ...
.r Co __ Lot 8. Block 119-___ ___-_ _______ _
II.II of NW" 01 NE% run E '
c.r r All _______uun_____________ 17 II II 8n Southern Colonization __ ..17 ch.. S 3-27 ch.. W 3.17 ch.' al.o Lot Lot :. Block Block Hf:::::::::::::::::::::: Snyder Pate, k.A.IO It_:: .:,59.69Lot. r ,

:All ___________________________________ It II II 640 Southern Co Colonization l _ tl It 1.40...run beg. 8 660 nO ft f4 E W of 110 NNtf ft eor N o1.10.ald ft. 8. .. 20. Block UI________________ P..e. .H. E. --- .8. : '
Co ___ II. Lot. 3 and 3. Block 111_____, __________ Youn., J. ______ 71 11'
..' :All ____________...__..______________.. U II II 610 Southern Colonization l IS Beg E 110 8W ft.----------------------------cor of NWX of NEX run N 11' 24 10 178 Wllcox, H. W. 14." l..t. 8, Block 114______________________ Snyder. A. R. --- .., ".'S;':
Co ___ II.II Lot 10, Block 126--___________________ I.h..r.. J. W. __ ... ..
i 317 ch.. E 1.17 cha B ..11 ch.. W Block 1I._____________________. Bender. G. W. ... -6
All: _____ ._______ ____________ II II II II' Southern Colonization Lot I, --
1.11 ch.n__ ____________________ 1. I' 10 2 Unknown ____ 1.18
-- 00 .. Block 211______________________ Youn. J. ______ ..6fsot
11.______________________ Loed., A. ______ ... JLot
All ___________________________________ 2 II II In Southern Colonization l / P. Block
Co ___ IS.II Lot 2_________________________________ II 38 .0 66 Stratton, .1'. 8. 7'.4' Lot I. Block 117______________________ Snyder A. R. ___ ...
NE ot (Tax ItlJ -----n------ II 11 10 441 RICO! D. L. _n_. 1.36N0'4 ______________________ Young, .1'. ____
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:All ___________________________________ I U II .n Bouthern Colonization : Tax Lot -A. Block h
( $0 40 1.63NEI e
Co __ 11 18Southern gJ NEj::: : ml>::::::::::::: II U .: : g: t ::::: Lot 1o. Block ______ _n______ R..nder.. O. W. __ .6'
Tax 30 1.80 ',
( 40 11.______________________ Le..d., W. P. ___ .11'
:All ___________________________________ I II II 117 Colonization l Rlce. Let 1. Block _
Co II.(I NE of __________________ _______ II I. 10 40 D. L. __00 I IIE'Wt. Lot 4. Block 131___________. n______ ._ Page, H. E. ___ .6. 'Iao.
of NEX of BE'Wt.' of NWX________ J5 28 10 6 Barber G. I. ___ 1.11 210_______________________ Snyder. A. R. ... '
4 Block
of NW and BH of SB* ______ __ 10 II II 110 Southern Colonization l Lot -- ;f
Los ) _____ _______
I. I. I and 834 ot / U 30 .0 nl Par.onL W. C. 1.1. 1 Block 181--___ Snyder. A. R. __ .rt .
Co. ___ 8.II Lot. I. /__________________________ 30 3. Par- Lot .
1. 14 178 LI..hty
SL 21 I. II 120 Southern Colon Lot 1. Block 131 _______________________ Leeds. W. P. __ .69 "
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it i Izstlon Co ___ 17.1} aon. Cattle Lot I, Block 1.1.______________________ Youn/ J. --___ ....
:All __________________________________ U 83 II 611 Bouthern Colonization Co. __________ 1.98 Lot 7. Block 111______________________ Page. H. E. -__ ... t+
Co __. II 48 Undlv 34 Int In F.J% of N10X! and RW% Lot 'L Block 111_____________ __ .______ Young, .1'. --____ ..5'
1034 .f NW" 4_________________________ 10 II II 80&I Colonisation ., NEX and NS of SEX: and EX of Lot 10. Block 111.______________ .______ Leeds. A. ______ ...5
Co NW% _________________________ 3 U It 140 Pillch. B. W. ___ 11." Lots 1 and '. Block U1_______________ Inyd..r. A. R. __ .it
4,17 8E
N14 of NW X. 11BB II II 10 Bouthern Colon SEX 07 % of. NEX_ NW_______.8 I 26 It 10 Syk... R. ______ 1.118W'4 Lot I. Block 118______________________ Bender. G. W. __ .69
s 1 isation Co LIT of BE" 1.." beg. cor run Lot 1. Block 13._______________________ Snyder A. R. __ .1'. 1
of NK* 14 SS It 40 Bouthern --- to 8W cor of 8WX of 8E'4 thence. Lot 8. Block 139----------------------- __ ___ .11' i'
Co Colonization 1.11 E 10. fL th..nc.. N-.t..rl". to beg. __ 1 II I' If Yat.. G. '::1. ____ .... Lot .. Block HO___________u _________ Toun..HJ' B. _-___ ,63' "':
N 11 of 8 II of NB," of --- xeC. L.d C.'. S.b-Dlvl.l.. a/- BlocK 2Un______________ Snycl..r.. A. R. __ .Tl y'
acre* 1 and
acre 10 : ft ;; Lots 7.
Lot ___________________________::::: 10 Land Co. 131
McCoy
II SS ttsi 16 Johnson. O I.13 Lot 6. Block 141_______________________ 8."d..r. A. R. __ .59
/ Lot 33- ..__________ __ ____ Co. 1.1'
I' Land
gE'Wt.8Ay-------I.------------------- II isSI 80 W' if1'81 n __ 6 I. 20 McCoy 144---------------------- Bender. G. W. __ A.Lo .
y / g NW'* and NW* of NEX _____ 22 ItSI 80 Walker Walker. W H 088Chandler Lot. II and 49________________________ I II II 10 McCoy Land Co. I." loOt 3 I. Block lock 144______________________ Snyder. A.B. __ .. a
.r BE cor of NB% of SB* of BW SW % of SW'% 1.... b"lr BW cor run N Lot 8. Block H.______________________ Youn... .1'. __. ..59
run W 71 yda N '140 yds. E 70 :-rda. 140 'dL EfO 'dL. S 141 'dL W 310 Lot 1, Block I/8G______________________ Young. J. ---___ ...
5 814t yd.: also ber. NW cor of BW* ydL ---------------------------------1 I' I' 14 Bobb. 11' A. ____ .11 Lot 8, Block 247_______________________ Snyder. A. .R. ? .11'
run 81(( yda E 111 yds. N 111 yda LlMrt Park. Lot I. Block lU______________ __.___ B..nd..r. G. W. __ ,59 .
k, w III 7dLn ____________??_ 18 IS 8 G T. 141 Lot 21 gcr. A okC::::::::::.:::.:::: : n :: 1 l-: D::' Jr' A: UI Lot I. Block 151---------------------- Page.. H. E. ____ ... ,
Lots
BH of BMof BWX------------------- II 16 II 40 nibaon. Paul : I 64I 10 Lot 9 Block 11.____________-________" Bender.. G. W. __ ..19Iwt. t
1 ,, ( of hfWX____J- --------- SO 21 ItII 10 Chandler W W. .41 J. J. K... 3.b-DIv1.1..6. Part .f20 35 1e. 4 I and 1. Block 1'.________________ nyd..r.. A. R. __ .Tl
d .V NW cor of VJB* of NW l* ruo8 Lot C------------_____-____________ 5 11' un k. W. H.. Lot f. Block 111______________________ Moyer. B. 11' ___ ,69
UO "dL B 11. yft. N 140 yda W Trustee. _____ 1.1 1'.___________________ Gilmore, R. B. __ ,63
Lot T. Block "
.:. 111 :rdL _____...- __ ________ II II i Thompson A. L. 4.II Lot M________________________________ 6 BoyltOD. 3. A. 1..' Lot S. Block 118--___________________ Snyder. A. R. __ ...
Lot T________________________________ ___ I..
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III ydL W "I ,..dL B 110"dL E Lot P---- : :::r-u..c..J 1.1NEX Lot i. Block 11Or: _____________________ Snyder. R. A. __ .1'
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NEX 11 II I' I
110 __________ ____ ___ II II 12 10 Underhill. :J 8 1.118.r Lot 9 Block 181---------------------- Leeds. A. -------5 t
Tft 8 and 1e. ft E ot NW oor Beg 8W cor of NWi of N1t' run N 11. Block Green L. JI'. ___ .U a
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10 rt. sin ft. w 10 ft.______________ it 26 21 Underbill.. :J a 1.II B. _________ 1.1 Lot T. Block 1.1_____________________ _' &end..r.. G. W.- ,89
\ WH __________.______________________ 1 21 II III Southern Colon Beg BE cor of NE"' of NW'* run N Lot .. Block 161--------------------__ Gilmore_ R. B. __ ... ..,yk
isation UO ft W 180 ft. S'IIO ft. III no fL___ 11 III II I McGee: Mr.. Lot ,tllk 1.._________.___________._ Page.' H. B. ____ .1' 't .{'
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All Fractl. ___________________________ IIII 20 22 114 Mulholl lld':1.: H fate: W%. of 8W'Wt.' of NW"n ___ 11 II II JO N.w.om:,Fy. E. L IIBe Lot Bioek 1.4---- ___ ______ BnT4.rh.A.. ..19 \
WBW ________ ___________________ 10 II 1(4 Ordway. W. W. 8'II 110 ft "N of SWeor of BW" of Lot I.II. Block 111____?_____-_-_______-___ Snyder. A. R..i3-- a VI" ': .
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F t of NW" of NW* 16 10 II 10 Unknown'__n_ 1..not 8W% run N410ftB99fLB440ft. Lot 1 Block 11._________________.__ Snyder, A. R. __ ... ''1 ,''itt ,
W ________._ ___ __ _ 10 811. Alex ____ 1.11
3029 of RW" of NEX and W of BE" 990 ft u _ 11 II I' Lots 1 .. .. Block 111_______________ Pate. 1i. 1. .8. ;
NE" _________ ____________ 17 10 II 40 Ordway. W. E% ot 8W" of NESy and 8W of 8E B.- m:::!"' !
---- -- W. I'71I Lot '. Blbek 110_____________________ Snyder. A. -_ .t t Vl.j jwpyy
Yl __-__________.--________________ 27 10 II Ito Unknown' 36S of NE and SE" of 8101y of NE" Block 171_______ _____.___.__ Sn"d.rA. R. 10
r N103C' of MB*-_____uh_____________ 28I" 10 II 40 Ordway. W.-w._ :41 and N of 8E% and W% of BEX__ 11 .6 II 110 Fanler. Effle. __ 11.11 Lot ..n. .. Blk 1 11---________ ....... ;.n. HI. -. 2P- ",}.l.r
t NW of NW* ___________ _______ 1 21 It .0 Unknown 141 Ulldl" 'rir nt In Ng% of NB 1(____ II II It McCoy land Ca I.S' Lot. 9 '1TIn______________ -__-- :;nyd..r.. A. R.--_-_ If'
. AU _-_______________________00_____ II 11 11 711 LI..ht..yh...* W34 of 8WX of SW ------.--------- 11 II II 80 Van A.der M..nob._ 11.11 Lot Lot.T k Blk and 1. Block 1.1________ _____ Sn"d.r, A. R. __ .63

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It.t. Block ..._____________________ S..b.r. .1. W. __ ..I"V Ey Lot 1_______________________________ III 8i II 10 8ch.ltset4 111. G. L1N34 Lot Inv..TC..at.-. L71t

; It 1. Block 170_______.._____________ B..nd.r. G. W. __ .1 lot 17___________________._____ .1 II .1 10 Soutbern Colon Lot 11___-__-__-___--.--.____--._____ 18 II SO I Zala. J. ., .'
1 ti 1 '_, 6. Blook 17.__________________ Sn.d..r. A. R __ .11 I.atlon. Ca ___ 1." Lot 11.....-_____.__-.-.._..___..____. ISIS II.' I Klmea, / IHllllnc. ..

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.o t 1/, Block 171...______.._____?____ Page H. 111. -_ .1' Lot I. block 11----------------________ H.I endorr. A.0. .11. Baaalaala .... ... c..'. Sab-Dtv I.

',.. pot 6. Block 17.______________________ Moyer B. F. -- .1' H..'_.... aftaa aff All-.............__.._...... 14 .. S.
".ITi, __ ______ Bender G. ..1'k' HilI. Mrs. B. M. .1.' ____ _________. 1 Ln4t
"' Lot I. Block .11 _____ ___? W'-.iL Lot 11. block 8------------------______ Lot _____ 1 I I ..Inol. f
{'' Lot. 10 and 11. Block 111______________ Hull. H. .71 Lot I. block 4-----------------______ Hayward. F. C. .01. 1n Co. ?_ 1" ,

Lot. 1 and I. "oek: ..1___ ____ Toun .1. ------ .71 Lot 3. block ,_______________________ Guthrl.. 1. A. .01. Lot 14 81 80 1 A"r 11. ',
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II, Block 2la--------------------- Chandler L.. C. .t. mt All ._. ... IB M
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r... FrrI. A Trek ...... c.... 3.MDL. Co. _._ LII Lot 1d, ______________________________ 81 St 8 Worthly.T3. ___, .1
.. 0. Lot I block 11 ___________________ WoCartll. T. IL ..1.lAta Lot 10__.........._..__....______ ___ 81 80 | Ir.aD.p, A . ... t.
I Lot I. Block D________________________ 10 U IT 10 Fos 111. :1. ____ 1.01 1 Ii to 20 block 11_______________ so.u..... ColonI.atlon It_______.____ ___ IIII 1..0 8mla / y___. .."
4 Lo. I and 4. Block D--------____._ 10 II 17 10 FoK, m. 111. -___ I." Co. ___ 1Lota ./1. L .___------------ |o 1 Mt ./8

Lot. 11. U. U. U. Block B____________ 18 II IT 10 Halley. .1. H. k1t' 11 and 17. block 11_______________ Unknown .----- ..11 .1.an-------____________________ 1f 80 I' >o v.F. A. A. _
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Lot 11 Block A-----------------______ 11 15 17 10 Martin. R. A. __ 1.01 NE34' .. I'I'W\6' ... . .r I'fW'' '". ... Lot ST_..____------.--_._....._.__.__ 11 14 Wllk.lm. L..rv 8 t
F Lot .. Block D-------------_ ________ II I' IT 10 Marov.ok. .1. 1.01 a.4 IfW''" 18W'" Lot OS________________________________ 11 a* 1 I Bb.rweod. '
Lot 11. Block B_____________'_________ II II IT 18 Bamm.. C. H. __: 1.01 N..b..g.8wy1' __ n. S PT. f1ter ..... _I.... I.ad A 1.... C.*. BaaIMv.tataa. ..
Lot 11. Block fl----------------------_ 17 II 17 10 Bauth.r.. R __ 1.01 ... xt'' nw.'" It.________________ N 11 ax** .aad BBJH' .. BWH'\ V i'

Lot 12. Block D______________________ M .116 17 10 Kade4 M. --____ 1.01 Lota II and 11________________________ I I' 11 10 Mald.nbamm r. sa d10f-------------------------------. af 3N to IS 3 pifr, J. w.SI .,.
Lot 4. mock A..._______________________ I' 17 10 8lmon. G. .1. ___ 1.01 m. ----------- .415.1..l. Lot
IG, Lot 7. Block D_______________________ E36 17 10 Halley. .1. H. k Wad A...... c.... ..-.DI..... Bvaalaat Ix .d A ..... Cm.'* _.-.D.e .. N ,
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F Lot U. Block D______________________ E4 III 17 10 Harrl.. F. .1. __ 1.01 '% .. NW% ad .K--------------- 7 21 11 Lot . .. D '
w..tt.... Lot 11________________________.______ T I' 11 I 8emlnols Lan /._1..1. La.. A .... Ca.. BaaDlv.lalaa ,
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Lot 1 Block 1T____________________ B... Grant __n .5' Lot 70._______________________________ T II 11 I Woodb.ck..1. D._ ..71iol 11_____.__________________________ I t0 t 0 0 J.T. ..: ..48Hanry. { .
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Lot. and U. Block 11_____________ 8tor,. John ---- .70 Lot :::::::::::::::::::::::: 36 Kirkland. M. .71 Lot II____________ - '
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LanIer. .1. G. .70 36 30 Trlmley, Lot tlBazalaala________ .
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Lot Lot..I. and Haock I. 11 Block_____11_____________________ Milar. W. H. n ... I.ot I'.I-:,_____:::::::::::::::::::::::: J 2 Ii 6 Wrlnk'a' John : : Laad A ...... c.** Baa.D4v.lalaa \

.k; Lot 1.1 I. Block 1.__________________ FOl'1lyth. W. B. ..5b'j Lot 10._______________________________ 1 2/ .1 I Fallow. _______ .7' af All e eal I'I'W"' .. I'fW"' __ 'f N l I .
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1; Let 7%. Block 11____________________ I KI.ln111.\ ----- l.n Lot Itn______________ 11 Eat. __ r "
,t' Lot 4 Block 11_____________________ I%Haml ton Bro.._ .1' and 41 U 24 It 1: Buckley fi. IU 8.6. at All ----:: I II B Eals.r, H.- .11
.... % 1 Vallee. Wm. ...0It :IO :::::::::::::::::::::::: 28 8mtth. C.! ____ : Lot 1-------------------------- W. .
'..4, Lot I Block lln____________________ 10 Bliven C. 111. --- 1." Lot -101.-- -117.- 124_______________--- 11 II 11 10 O.Br.an..A.. F. __ 1.0 Lot 4_____________________________ ll IS'I t B Unkaown. ._ ..1IDvia. ,

Lot. land .. Block 17_______________ 7 Klein 111. --- 1.01' iat Lets 12/101.___________ ------------ 1. I' 11 I Long, Jj, 8. ____ .1' Lot 4_______________________________:_ It n \00 W. H.-__ .1 1. ti
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t". Lot. 1 and .. Block t1---, ------ 10 Krlt". P. -__--_ 1.1c' ....... .E34' .. NEi4-----' I' 11 Lot 41_______________________________ I' IS'O I I Tbom. .1

\ Lot.Lot 11.I and Block I. Block 21____11__________________________________ I Pond. Yre. L. -- 1.01 Lot W..f 11____.U____________________________ 1. I' 11 I llemlnol.d Inv. Lan_ .91 Lot 41 41______________________________? II fi ::0 I Unknown. W. ... .".1I I i
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,v Lot i. Block Un_____________________ 10 Krlts P. -_ 1." Lot Lot 110_______________________________ It I' 11 I Holfman, .1. W. .11 71_____________.__________________ II I' 10 BP.oort.r 8-i- ..
'\ Lots II 4nd U. Block U______________ 1 Haml\ton Bros._ 1.1' .._1..'. ..... A...... C... 5.Div.M.f .- Lot II________________________________ II 1"0 I S. -SIl..i..l. + '
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Lot Block 11 6HMennicCool.ngwWay. .f 1w34------ to II 11 1.1..2 All ..._ NEi4' .. .W"__ H

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11 McCool. W. A. n I.U 1.________________________________ to I' II I Embrlch. J. 111. .II Lot ll________________ ______________ 23 .0.0 DlokaMrs. ..ISI
Lot. 1. I. I. Block 1.___.___.__________ McCool. W. A. -- ... Lot ________________________________ to I' 11 1 WillIam. A.. T._ .11 Lot 14________________,________________ I: II" Olmatoao. 0 L.e..44Hanuch
\;, Lot I, Block 17________________________ f P.ul.on H. -- 1.01 Lot 11 7.________________________________ 10 I' II 1 R.nn.r C. ---- ... Lot 40________________________________ .1 I' f akaowa .1 ,
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Lot 14. Block IT hn __ .._ ... ..... t ...... c.. 1.6DL8.0..f Lot 41_____________________ \ y
I' I. .....na__________________ II II 11 Lot. 71 and 88________________________ .. I' 10 1 J.roma 4 -_ .N

Lot. 1 and I. Block________________ I Brown. W. A. 1.6sI .9a Lot .1____AU____________________________ II II II I Yor an..1. m. -- .1 Lot tl___________ __________________._ I' 10 I .knows,4. r,1) o +
Lot. 1 and I. Block B________________ -- .. ...... Ca'. ..-.DI.-. .._1..1. Laad A lav. Ca.. I.5-Div- 1e
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I'lk' '. Lot 6. Block C------------------------ -- ., ..... 4 ... 7_________________ II I' 11 Lot II--------------------------- ---. I 1 W. -- "10 1 r'
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Lots '. 9 10. block 1__________________ U Chandler W. H. I.U Lot a __ 6 Inv. Co. ___ .., II_____________________-________ If 11.0 I Hanle J ,1 ,;

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Lot l block 4_ hn 10 Siout. W. A. ..11 Lot 52_________ __ ______ 16 I' II f Knapp.F. H. .11 Lot 11B__________ _. I -
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Lot block 1______________________ I H Clark. o. O. ---- 1.74 .._...1. A. __ .. 34 31 r
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/ Lot L Block 1L_______________________ ---- fAt .... ..... Ca'. 6.p.Mv.1..f Lot .66____________________________. II I' 10 I CumminX.. p.
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;'t} Lots i and 7. block 11___ I' Duncan. D. B. 10. ,. gES4 ., NE34' ... w% ..tNEy4 Lot II____________ I
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41 t .. block .0______________________ 11 ru..II. C. A.--- lee 55________________________________ 17 1..1 1 Cralg. A. 11. --- .ISg.rl..l. .la. Co. _r L,0S: v
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IAo t 11. bock U_______________________ 1&& Ch. 1.74 / 1.' .. N' W l4----------- ,. 34.31Lol LoU 71 and T4---_---___-----__-----__ I. )

,.. '. Lot block 11_ ______.._________ Savoy E.111.1.:--_---_ 7.1 1,7.if" 11'\ _ad_____P_W__%______________________ I' 1..1 I Unknown ------ ... Lot Tl________________________________ f/ .0 I 1IInd., B. A."' .., fs
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( Lot. to .. Inc.. Uu_______ 10R..r. ..... ..... Co.'s gob-Div- Lot. It and 14_____ I K
,_ Lot II block .Ou___________________ 8. 111. -- 1.10 .._1.... .A..._ .34 .. 1W34' .. Lot 101___________________________ .1.0 1 Unknown ..1.

f. Lot .. block 21-------------------------. 10 Rp. 111. LFla. --_ 1.74 .10'\06'.$.'\.. _.1___All_____ .t ____-____-____ .. H .1 Lot 1ITlaol_____________-.-. _______-._. I I I I V.kaowq ,'.11; /

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lot .______________________________ 8t6 t4 10 Vol. A. 1. --- .91. I.'.. .t All axeert N34 3. 31fat. [ 1 and II_________________________ It 10 10 Brown wr, D_ q t
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,.?PAGE-'12.. TILE JCISSiMMEE: AL'LE1.GA'ZE:. ( i I-_____:._::_- _ ';; FRIDAY. ., JUNE 1 *. 19l5p3.;

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I comb' and cell cups with the.saliva of :. .t..o.t t" ...." 'i AN' 'ORD.JIfAJlfCIIIo. ORDER. .J'OIIPVBLICATIO.t',,4-' ) .," ...... v

their mouths. Stop and think how An 'Ordinance to Prohibit the at n.r.nttCl.a III Clreelt be.r i" e e nsnrleta. ** : A ,,;
: dawn until close '. UNION "CENTER.' of Domestic Fowl. with. -. eaCh "..1..... ClrCTlt-Owse.Isi Cmmmtiu: { ... .... -/"
Our Blessed they labor.from early : ;. Klsslmmas.' ,. D. a. '. McKay and (5 lye McKay,, him. : < "
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i r of day, wearing: their little live. out fo. . ...01 0 t. .. ........: Be It Klsslmmee ordained by' the council of the S wife ompl aftt. .-..; ,
for the benefit of the human race. city 'of vs. i .

*v A* Article 'on 'Bee Culture by Like the human family, they store School meeting 'Saturday;-*'June'26: tie That fowls the within running the at corporate large of limits domes-of 1 W.; B. Defendant.Newsorae and Isadora Newsome., .. ('" .i"to L'.

On Wbs Ills Bfn a B.*--' food for future! generations. W. KNOWN FOR QUALITY declared . z ;
up Mrs. Arthur Hay. and Miss LesaiHaye th.'.elt7" of Klealmmee I. hereby I "'
Keeper for Year. on a of bees with their nuisance, and expressly pro. "ifa'SSStrTna-; affidavit appended to .:; .
Sixty thousand. a
.. have seerf I We sill.the '
l, .. called at the C. M. Smith home rrr iMeUa varle* .. .
birr I .
Lane Scale. Thta Article Is tattered and worn out by hlbltedi Any owner of any domestic the filed In the above-sta cans.that I' ''li' wings all ties et FARM. rlicU...* GAR. -4.
It Isadora Nsw- ;
Wednesday evening. fowl or fowls who permit or permit. W. K. Newsome and h\Z\ :'";
,Intended for Our Southern constant 'flying; such worn- ut bees business | DEN SEEDS that kavai .... tcetksisnna or them to run at large within the .om his wife,. the defendants therein .' ." '.
Climate. will crawl away from the teeming. Fred Harvey made a trip .. ..*
of the swarm and soon die. to Orlando lal week. .._.. .. JI'I...... sell ... eta- section shall. upon conviction be fined of Florida and are resident of Montaomerr '. ,' < . ...'
\ population and Ruth ...... ..' not less than ,*.00 nor more than 10 county, state of Illinois, over .1 i':.;' ,. ,!' ,
individual in the Blanche Lawson' Lloyd '
The most important jail each offense. ; It Is
In for the of twenty-one years
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,. When the warm days of spring come line is the queen. She i Ie in no sense Harvey spent Sunday in St. Cloud at .r. SUlrel .rams>
f our blessed bees arouse from their a ruler but the is treated with liberal guests oT Mrs. Eaton and family. CROP of all T rletle_ *f SEED Read a second time and passed. In dent defendant. be and are hereby readquired '
session '01 ,
open this first day of June, to to the bill of com ,'10. .
winter repose and go forth in search attention by the worker bee. Thereare Will Weatherbee and ion, Bert, visited OENL KOOrLANT, MBIX A. D., 111. died appear In said cause on or before -. 'i' r
plaint
_ I of both pollen and honey; but little 5,000 bees In a pound by actual the former's parents Sunday. SHKD SEED COR: ]*. .KA..IRCORN'MILLIDT.IIIDOOAaWEJCD (Seal) a. 'F. KRIB B. Monday the 6th day" of July A. D.J*' .'.r., ., 1".,.')

_t ,. 'honey la found, only from pussy wil- count. Just before swarming there is Mrs. Milliard is visiting her daughter ". President CounciL. im. otherwise the allegation of said said )
OROIIUM "EE1. Attest: J. R. aiLBBRT. Clerk. bill will be taken AS confessed by .. ., k''
Jow and other early blooms in tree sometimes at least 60,000 bees in a ', Mrs. H. C. Lightsey. Approved this Sth day of June. A.D. defendant. '."''J I

5 I. There are many pollen-producin swarm or hive. When nectar or honey Fred and Claude Barber COWPEASAU ., 5011. H. R- MAY. It I. further ordered that this order '?. .';

_ t shrubs from which the bees get their is flr gathered it is very thin. The 1 called on Harvey Mr. and Mrs. McClain Sun-: Varieties .|-!t, Mayor. be published once a week for four Val cone 'I'1. ,

supply. There would be no bees reared bee gathers it and stores it in the wax fcutlve weeks Jn the Klsstnjmee ".
t could be secured.. for that day afternoon. slkoelsei ... ..... GnusPOUITRY ..... AN ORDINANCH. Icy. Uaielte. a newspaper published la :,
if the pollen not cell cups prepared purpose said county and .tat*. v
$L \t Th nurse bees take the pollen Into and the bees at home both night and Janette Lawson spent Sunday with .-..... I.V B__ An ordinance to amend Section 56 of This May 16th. 1111. .,,..'. !tJ.

their little stomachs with some honey day keep up a vigorous buzzing and Nellie Barber. FEED. 8t1PPLIES.INCUBATORS. 'An Ordinance Prescribing and Deflnns L. OVKUSTRKKT Circuit Court. *

J and there it is retained until it 1 Is fanning to cure down and fan the Mrs. Munn and little granddaughtercalled ETC Pertaining; the Regulations to the Management.Governing Ac-and By(Seal) JAMES Clerk M JOHNSTON,

partly digested. The queen will soon water out of the honey. Bees never on Mrs. C. M. Smith and, Eve- counting and Use of the Municipal! Deputy Clerk. J ;

begin to lay and in five days the little] sleep nor leave off to pla; during the lyn Tuesday afternoon. Write for Catalogue and Week. Electric X.lghC Waterworks and Sewerage a. F. KRIHBS U.U.0(',
I If Price.LI8t. Plants and Systems and Serviceof Solicitor for Complainant.
Nellie Wetherbee Tuesdaywith .
j J eggs are hatched into a little grub honey season. No human being can spent Same, and House Wiring and Plumbing -. .
Then those Man cannot gather her brother. Will Wetherbee and _..........
called a larvae. nurse compete with bees. OUeeta aed. L.a'ee. In the City of Klsalmmee.I and Providing ICX (.'VTolt'8 NOTICE TO 8BL.L REAL "
bees spoken of follow and feed the nectar, neither can man convert family. < 0.._ Ia ....rI... Penalties for the Violation of KSTATH.

larvae or grub this poUen by spitting honey into wax. Man cannot pollenizethe Mrs. Funk and Mrs. McClain afternoon.called E. A. MARTIN SEEDCOMPANY Such Be It Regulations"ordained by the council of the .. coil of (..-....,.. .I...... State .f I
f f' it out of their mouths into the cell blossoms by carrying pollen from on Mrs. Hughey Thursday city of Klsalmmee that Section fit of Florida. O.rr.ls V.... e

crop on the larvae. This ie done by blossom to blossom which causes an Henry Peeve y is the guest of Jeff "An Ordinance Prescribing and Defining !. re Kmtmlf ofFrederick

the nurse bees for seven doys; the abundance' of fruit. How wisely everything Barber and family for a few days. the Regulations Governing and Mackintosh Deceased. .
OS But Bay Street.JACK80NV1LLJE Pertaining to the Management." Accounting Notice la hereby given to all whom It
Barber the of Fred
'la i'vac has then grown to fill the cell is planned by our Heavenly Ben was guest and Use of the MunicipalEtectric may concern that I.I Chance A. Car-

1 r' crop half full. The bees then seal it Father. The nectar in placed in the Harvey Sunday at dinner. FLA. an Light. Waterworks and Sewerage eon aa Executor. of the Estate of Fred- .

over with wax and twenty-one day.I blossom to attract the bees and by so Mr. Whitchard returned home with Plants and Systems: and Service of erick Mackintosh. Deceased will on s !
t the is laid the' blossomto Will Wetherbee Sunday and will spend Same and House Wiring and Plumb- the 2nd day of July A. \>.. 1816. apply '
from the time is carried from
egg dome, pollen ng. |n the City oT Klsslmmee, and Providing to the MdnorBble T M. Murphy. County .
t larvae has grown its full size and It blossom. several days. PcDaltles for the; Violation of Judge. In and for .said County at his J

1 grows itself out of the cell. For three We have been a keeper of bees for Evelyn Smith spent Sunday with CHICHESTER: s PILLS Such Regulations," be amended to read office In KIsslmmoe In said County at .
their Bessie Lawson. 5J as follows: 10 clock A. M. or aa noon thereafter :
bee through studied OftaNa
dayi that little roams and have _
I sixty years No hose shall be used without a for
is the matter tan l>o heard author-
the hive occasionally sipping a little bees when Had Mrs. Wetherbee is still unable to at- Lndi. -ltr-: :: nozzle shall be. more' .
nature; we love our (' nozzle and no lt\ to n<'ll. at public or private sale the .
& t honey to give it strength. and cant down we rqsort to the apiaryand tend the Sunday services but we are I'"'' I. II" s.d ....14 ......,.. than 1-4 Inch In diameter Yard n,.- follow I Inn diB< rlbed: Mai entatv. In.aald
....._. s5.d ..... !5i.. It_ turea shall not be converted Into set.or .
Then after three days his life-work lihten to the hum and voices of glad to report that she is much improved Tab. ... is., .,.r..e I fountains nor shall the hose whileIn ount All!of\'. Hloc lo-.It.'It Seventeen 1(7)) of Robert
h..S.C A.
begins by being a nurse bee feeding' our be 's. Their music will carry us in health. IiAMeND BRASS abIU4'rWa.TNI PILLA. .... SC use, be fastened to any frame postor HaaH' Addition to the Town of KIsBlmmpe -

_ _ .t other larvae until eight days aid then back to days long past: Those happy ... ,_rf know*..B..b.f..t.Ai..v.g)1.D .It.,"", tree or mechanical device but shall CKy. ,, to plat filed
r.r.n'I.: :j.eI 1.
going forth into the fields in search o:( I days lost and gone( forever: BY DRUGGISTS( ( [EVERttVHEREi be held .In may the be hand.used Lawn and permitted sprinklers.however. to. Court In it,.. In olTIre mid of for Hiilil .county k the which Circuit application ".'

: honejr and pollen. The bee goes from THE BEE KING. run during the. hours hereinafter prescribed will l h.. l I..d upnTi the peti.ti ,

i day to day, from blossom to blossom I A Fine Remedy For m 1111111111 u 11111111 for the sprinkling of 4awnsSprlnkllne ..,, for such Hale now on file In said l
until ; shall be confined" to the Court 4
gathering both pollen. and honey I ADVERTISED LETTERS. frontage, or area paid for and water Dated Mar 2711;. A 11. 1915 ,
their little life is worn out. which ill Billiousness andConstipation Legal shall not be wasted by sprinkling until I <'\KKHS A. CAHSOV. t,
only forty-five days. In the honey : the street I. muddY. or the water' runs 2S-6t E..culor.-

it ill not much bodily wear Advertised list for the two weeks off In gutters, or on adjoining property. .
season BO ,.
% I A fire alarm shall be the signal fur ... ;
AdvertisementsSIiIIIIiIIIlIIIIIIIlIIIII 1" OTIC'I': I ":I.I t"TI"N.
4 as it is the wings of the bees which ending June 28, 1915. stopping the I"eth'.t private 'hose andsprinkiers -'niii&nc..- wldi the law In such
t. wear to tatters in forty-five daya. Clay, Silla; Gammage Rev. A. E.; until : fire Is overThe eases Jnadi* nnd proIdi'd It Is hereby "

_ _ Therefore we learn the working bee Jacobs, II. G; Jonson Miss Minsie; council reserves the right to restrict anllolll..1 and .1.'In'd, I that sn elec- 'T
'' the use of hose and sprinklersto tlon, ill hiIM/ .hi nl Kt Cloud. OsceolaCOUi 'Vl
its life in forty-five days. George I.isenby 0.; Oglesby, People all through this section are
;
I gives up Jonest : Notice of ABpllp.tloB for Tax Deed .- certain seasons or hours should domestic Florida on Saturday 26. $j
The queen, which is a fully developd Jim F..; Robinson Robt. I).; Rose, ft buying LIV-VEK-LAX because it is a dry Sreitona B74 ..* BTH. tifmrrml use necessitate It. also the rightto A l > : I mis I for lln' purposn ;ru'd..t .I
female has been known to hive five W.; Seabrooks. Miss Annie: Smith preparation of real merit. It is a veg- Siataitee of the State of florid require special rates paid fur large mill In" tu.ihr or not ii",> following *.idisnlhed
c Nellie Tin- etable that acts and or extravagant lawn fountains or jelLHours I lirrllorshall* horome m ..p.'l!
Miss naturally
N>rs, but they are not prolific afteNyears Mrs. Babie; Tison, ; remedy Notice !I. hereby given that F. R. Le for sprinkling from 7 to 9 o'clock clal i; tax HI hool; dlnlrlit I \ Is

r which will mean three sum dan, Homer: Wells, Miss Bessie; Wil- effectively, thoroughly cleansing the Huron purchaser of Tax Certificate No. a. m. and from 4 to 7 p m.. not to exceed HeKlniilriK ul th. northwist corner of O
I i', \lhey have been laying. Whesee liams, Rev. D. A. liver and bowels. It is easy to take 74. dated 4th day of November. A. D,. five hours any day for any permit tin. town of M Cloud" Osri-ula county. 3*
Postmaster. and has of the dangers and badafter 1895. has flied said tax certlflcate In Read a first time May 4. 1915 Florida on Ihf lowimhlp, line dividing' ..jtownships
mother B. B. SIMPSON none
that their royal
i my onflco' and haD made application for Read a second time and passed In I t w e ti t y r I v. ( sT
>Jn egg production they build effecta of calomel. LIV-VER- tax dt.ed to issue In accordance with open session this first daor Minn. A and twenty-aix, ((26) and running H

p "teen cells to rear another LAX will get you right keep you right law aald certificate embraces the tQJ10Wlnr I).. 1915. (l. F KKIHHS them iwist. almiK said tow"slilp line .;.*...'
and doctor's bills. Sold -Bcrlbrd property situated. In President of CouncilAttest 10 the i ant "ank, of I Ih.- (anal connecting M
Ker' and when the young HM Quinine That Doss Not Affect tile HaatfB save you in ; county, state of Florida to- : .1 R GILBERT Clerk I! Lake T..hol..k..I1" and East Lake .""'
14ns! to zip-zip in her cell the .u.e of Its tonic and Isxattv effect. LAXATIVH iOc and $1 bottles under an absolute wlt All of Section 14. Township, J7 fourth day of June 1.hop'kHII"a. running theticD In a tVHoulhwesterlt '
>*h know they are sure of anN B&OMOQUIINRIS better thin ordlnsr) guarantee. Every bottle bears the South Mange 34 KaatTh AA f>., rjt5thl. H H MAYSeal dln-itlon.' with said 'Aranal
( the bees then Quinine and doe not cana nervouBoe nor likeness of L. K. Grigsby. For sale .. Bald land being aaaeaird at the ( ) Mayor to Lake 'J'oh"I\1'kaIlR' thence ;
l. queen mother; ringing In head. RnnetnbeT the. full name. and date of issuance of said certlflc&te In 25-6t rollowltiic In a Houlh.rl direction the '"
BK \ iheir old mother or more often they look for the aicnature at K. W. OROVB. 5S. by Osceola Pharmacy. 24-4t the name of Fla Commercial Co. Unless '- .rni'underliiKfl. of Lake Tohopekall to

7a il i let the young queen come forth said o..rt\n"at.\ shall be redeemed AN OHDINAN) the point whinIt connects with the :
'td' she will the old -- ccord4nir tax deed will issuethereon lanal lake Cpress I h,'neo southi .
immediately sting on the 8th day of July. A. 1>'.. An Ordinance. to Prohibit Spitting rl>' sloiiK said ranal to Ihe township '..,
-'-. queen to death. The writer hall seen 115. upon Sidewalks of the City of Klaslnimee line dividing towiishlpn twenty-seven.
this done many times. When this : 77 Wit noun my hand and official seal at (27) and twentilicht /2HI.) thence east ,
It' is ten old she KlBBlmmpe City. Florida thla 8th day Ii.. It ordained by the council of the along said township line. to southeast. I
young queen days goes of JUlie A. 1) 1915 City of KlsslmmeeThat : corner of *the HouthwiHt, quarter of
i forth on her wedding trip. She marks (Seal) J. L. OVER8TREKT. whoever shall spit upon nsaldewalk )' Section Ihlitt'two ( 12 5. Township

'i her home !M: location well. She will Clerk Circuit Court. Oaceola County. or curb of any sidewalks o n tweni\. .seven ((27)) South )('"'11''' i hirty.t .
f few feet from the entrance of Htate of Florida, any street avenue court or all..ywllhln I C 0 (32)) ..:.."1. tin.ni.. north,. al.mlC' the Y'haIfs. .
I fly a By JAMKS M JOICNSTON. the corporate. limits of the ('lty .' iioti llm' to thi' northeast' corm -
C the hire, then back again. She then Deputy Clerk.. of Klsslmmee shall upon ron\lctlon li,' r of The norlliweHt' ; iiiartir| of Section
-1. r flies out a little farther then balances 5-4t lJ,>Duty Clerk. fined not more than S5 011 or be Imprisoned Flv.fi( ). Township. Twenty-six .

t. and swings from side to side, all the at hard labor for not mor (Ill) South K.IIIKV Thiit\-lwo ((1Kast *>
than five days for each ofTenne Ihi nti' wist alonK ti] .
township .
time flying backward and looking: at NOTK IJ KOII l.t'III.U'ATION.II'u"II. BI6(i .
?: ... Head a first time May 4. lllne I.elwei-n townships, i twenty-five
her home. Then finally away she goes ( ) Read a second time end passed liopen V2M and twintj-Klx/, ( li) to the point
Serial No. o
01SS4nramrtmrnrmt
session this first day or June. A. ..r h."lnnlll"
the
In the air
high among flying ml the Interior. <1. K KKIHHSSenl .. ..
1> 1916. And iie to ill'I' 'r"I" who shall
drones the male bee. If U H. Land urriru at Oalneatllle Fla..
as they are ( \) President. of Count II" ,HI-HI' as mhonl tiiiHti-es of said districtfor
you will watch at the hive entrance in June 6. Dili Attest. : J. R OJLHKRT. Clerk two veais n..xt. ..ri.r the election .
Notice la hereby given that James E .
from fifteen to twenty minutes she Approved this fourth daof Junr amt to fix lln minilii-r of mills, of dl.'I.;
'' Irr.1'9 okosfe Homestead Florida who. 01March A, 1> 1916. H. H MAY trict school tax. to I be levied and col. !::_
1 will return. She comes flying very 4. made Entry.No. 26-6t Mayor i li-ited aniiuallv' for the said two "' .
.*. for the familiar 012A40 for N 1-2 of SW 14. Section years. 'i '
looking The ..
carefully, following named ,
L A persons were n-
: ' she has just left. Again she J7. Township SI Routh. Range 34 EaatTallahaBBee pointed to art at .,,10' election. : Dan ".'
Good ,
scenes Only Fruit of Quality Meridian. haD filed notice AN OHDINANCK. tarber, Jack Simmons. .nnd J, I CumnilnKs \.'
side side then down
swing from to of Intention to make Commutation Inspectors, John
Section 2 Ordinance to Amend I'I
I>roof. to establish claim to the land An I
close to hive entrance. The bees in ..
1 her hive will hover around her and Sold at Profitable Prices above court.described at Klaslmmee, before clerk Florida of circuit on- of of Klsslmmee the General. Florida Ordinances as Revised of the January City. CI"I Instruction),.;'- 'by order Osceola of the Board of Publlo. '(' ,

her' her from their 1 111.Be County. Florida '
caress by feeding the 22nd day of July. 1911. It Ordained by the Council of the this Hth day of May A. n, 1915WALTER .

i mouth. and touching her body with :Florida: growers this season Growers are in the business for Toting Claimant, of Lokosee names a. witnesses P.: Phillips J. B- City: of Klsslmmee. Florida: BRON8ON.Attest i';

.1 their sensitive antannae or tongues. of Lokoaee. Florida:!;abf&, ;. A, I Section 1. That Section SOO of the Chairman Pro T"Superintendent. "- :.
\ % If she haa.had success and met a drone were taught the lesson of the profit They should realize now Oolden. o( Ivokosee, Florida; ;R.. JII.. Wll- I General Ordinances of tbe City of Ki..immee .- : C. R TOWEL. "'f

In'\ three days she looks large She value of quality in oranges and as never before that quality in 11., of Lokosee bEoRja.W.! DAVtft; .111 be, amended Florida to revised read January as follows 1:. itt it. : i

1 begin her life-work by slowly moving grapefruit. Only those,who fruit pack alone insures prices ,1-l\ Re lat.r., "., "No dorf ort bitch shall' be permitted to NOTICE OF EI.tSCTIOW. {.
I In
_
compliance: with the
the combs looking into cell run at large unless such dog or bitch law In such 'i"
over
every sent market clean this. To made
to that safeguard cases and
P her bright give shall wear" a tag; or plate tuj. describedIn provided It I. hereby ,
l- and if she
cup empty, drops body who ORDER FOR PUBLICAT10W. In these ordinances, and any dog 01 announced and declared that an elec
future those have
fruit received the not
(A down into it., Right out again, and if properly packed found without such tag shall be I tion will be .eIdFr Union Center. Oseeola -

t you will look closely you will see an profitable pnces. There was already done so must plan to I. ('.....u (...... St... .1 ..lerI... caught and Impounded by the marshal County Special Tag 7
School '
H'. .tk Judicial Circuit. Oaceolaerr. of dog or bitchcaught District No. on Saturday June
ve and the owner any
, en a little larger than a fly's egg. little or no demand for poorly install the best packing house ..:....T. Na.nd) Impounded as aforesaid 36th. A. 1).. Islo. for the purpose of '>r'd.'I..lnln" '

It will be In the bottom of the cell packed inferior fruit. machinery obtainable. I. .. shall he entitled to the possession ol who shall serve as school 't .
\ cup, standing on end. In three day. Ruth V. CurtiB. Complstnant. same upon proof of ownership and thepayment trustee of said .district" for two years ;,.
t v., of One (1.00 Dollar Into the next after the election and the
that has its form into 1>)
changed school
egr a Skinner's "Satisfaction Guaranteed"Packing Qustave O Curtis Defendant. City: Treasury and In case the ownershall number of mills of district tax .
grub or larva. Then the young nurse Boy It appearing by affidavit appended to reside In the city he shall also to be levied and collected annually for '

,jl/ i .d. bees berin to feed it. the bill filed In the above-Btated cause purchaae a tag All dog. not claimed the said two jearsThe "
that Gustave O Curtis, the defendant hours after being following were appointed to act
within twenty-four
All the time the bee is moving House and
Machinery Equipment at
queen said election: C J
111 1 therein named i Is a non-resident of the Impounded shall be conveyed by the Funk O B.
T I over the combs there will be a state of Florida, and I. a resident of marshal outside the city limits and Ifwe.'ther'beTclTr'k0". 'In..pectora> I. f
y ; circle of bees around her' as large asa Profit-producing We have recently Begin now on your Unknown and la over the age of twen killed. Provided however that In the Toe, .(
t tyoneears.. ; It I. therefore ordered event the marshal after due diligence .b/orrr "f. the' n..rd of Publlo
t
Those in front of her
i
common cup. fruit,that which goes added to our already "quality first" cam- that said non-resident defendant be and cannot with reasonable safety catch rrlu4:0d': \: )sceois. County.tI1r.lorlda.
: ; back up as she moves along and the through a modem large plant at Dunepaign by writing for he Is hereby required to appear to the and Impound any dog or bitch as hereinbefore y of May. A. 15 ; .;1
others follow. Every few minutes a bill of complaint filed In said cause on set out he shall proceed forthwith WALTER: HRONSOM ,q

b ''I. bee will come up close to the queen packinghouse I din, and are making our new illustrated or before Monday. the tnd day of AUBust > to kill such dog or bitch. Attest: C. H Chairman Pro T..m' .11:
A T>.. 1815 otherwise the allegations Sec. S. All ordinances or parts ot: YOWELL. "
and feed her highly concentrated makes a market for stock of the catalog. We will be Superintendent. i
.i. some up a big of said bill will be taken a* confessed ordinances In conflict herewith be. and 23StNOTICE ,

,, food from their mouths, which tends itself. Careful buyers "Satisfaction Guarglad to submit pack- by said defendant. the same are hereby repealed. ...
It I. further ordered that this orderbe time and by unanimous OK. ADMIN19THATOR.
increase We have Read first
to production. a .
owned egg of bees first the pick out the best anteed line"of packing house plans and published once a week for eight consecutive consent was placed upon Its second (For ...1 01..1"...) f
many races ; weeks In the :ts.Imm.e Valley unanimously passed In
and .
; black bees then the Italian the Cyprians equipment. ing machinery. estimates, free. Oaxette a newspaper published In open rending session this first day of June A. ...I.rld.c.... .W c.-; .lodge. State ., ;.

the Carnialians the Caucasiansand said co-jnty and state. li.. 116. Q. F. KRIBBS. Osce.ia C..T. {
,
., ? the brown German bees, but the L B. Skinner Mfg.Co., Lee Ave.,Dunedin,Fla. (Seal This) June $th.J, U A OVERSTREET.D. 1916. Attest(Seal.): J. R. OILBERT.President Clerk.of Council. Peter I. Fe Oullas E.tste ef Ii

-, pure race. of the Italians are far superior Special price..for June InitaBations write now for these. Clerk Circuit Court. Approved this fourth day of June A. It Notice concern'I. hereby, that gIven, to all whom {.
may
on the 4th day of
.. :,.'* to any other race. They are By JAMES M. JOHNSTON.Clerk. D:, ms. H. R. MAY.Mayor.NOTICK. September, A. D 1..5. I shall apply to
: prolific very gentle to handle and Deputy 2g-5t the Honorable T. M Morphy.
V Q F. KRIBBS.
< honey gatherers reaching into X5-lt said court as Judge of b e.g.tg "
., / great Solicitor for Complainant. final discharge
\ $"' the cell cups of red clover, the blooms The Board of County Commissionersof bids estate of Peter as Oullas administrator deceased of: and the ''r

,' of which produce large quantities of ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. Osceola county .l1b.receive for three up that at the same time I' will present to
10 July S. A. 1D1K.
to a. rn the said
J fine white honey. We do not put on .. '..... miles more or leas, of vitrified brick court my nnal accounts BM
Clr* lt ( State of .1.rI. ***- administrator of said estate, and ask '
*., surplus arrangements until we see the oath Jmmlrtml Clrralt. Oaevolo V.... rgate coreCtetl't': : .bl' said, road for their approval
> ft combs the bee. are on beginning to Hauty Richardson Complainant, nine Specificationsmay the Clerkof Dated March 4. A. n. 1'16. '.
to
., va. be had by application N. C. HRYAN 't
whitten with new wax. Then put .
we Pete Richardson Defendant. the Circuit Court at Kissimmee.Florida. .a-mo-tor.'mo.-l1 Administrator. .
on our super-building thirty one- AUTOMOBILEFOR .. fmmmrrr.' Each bid must be accompanied -

i ir1 pound sections.. When we find it is It appearlns: ; by atrldavlt.p ended to by a certified check amounting to NOTICE KOR I'I'BI.ICATIOW.' .
the bill the above-stated 10 cent. of the amount of bid. .. .. ,
1. filled with new honey we raise it up that Pete aled Richardson In the defendant cause per J. I* OVHRSTREBT.:
;; and slide another super-building underit. therein named la a non-resident of the I5-4t Clerk of the Circuit Court. Depart.st .* ... I............
This we keep doing and we have state of j'iori4s. and that he Is a resident U. B. Lend Ortlce at Gainesville Fla..

I bad as many as six on each of City of Cotton Hill West Vir. NOTICB FOR FtTBLICATIOIf. June .. t16. J'

.''')*, hire at a time, filled supers with fine white Klnla, and that he It Is :.YObe"'e! as oftwontpqne (_. ...... .) I Notice I. hereby given that James EJ.! '11
of
'. years; o ordered Serial No. 011,8. Young. Lokosee. Florida whO. on
honey. By giving plenty of room the thVt: said non-resident defendantbe Des>....*.. s f .... ...tert.r.U. May I', 111. made Homestead. Jl
I I 1 bees do not get on a swarming fever and he Is hereby required to appearto a Land Office at Gainesville Fla.. No. 0255. for E 1-2 of NID 1-4 EntrYt ,,!
the bill of flIed In said 1-4.
complaint of NID and i-4.
NE
SALE 1-4 of 8E Bec-
We watch of the blossoms June 6. 1.1S.
b, k I ao soon. keep cause on or before Monday the fifth Is hereby given that ClarenceA. y1. *?. Township 11 South. Range 14 i"\.
.t coming on and should the bloom .4 day of July A. D.. HIS otherwise the .Notice Golden of Kenansvllle. Florida who JtV- Tallahassee Meridian, has filed "'It'
i be failing or lacking we do not give II allegation of said bill will be taken on December It. lilt made omesteaAEntry of Intention to make Three-Tear
::1'.
confessed said defendant.It
as by Proof to establish land
claim
: to the
had Southeast quar-
much In 1910 200 .
.
as room. we No.
/ Is further ordered that this order onuTtor
.. I' above described before clerk :
.
II Sosth.Range of circuit
4 t* .. Una Italian' swarms at Sutherton, 0., b. published once a week for four consecutive ler. er 4 East' Tlr.-'I: : Meridian, SSndVy''. .. Florid.< O the .

,, '. the white clover began to bloom June. weeks In the Klsslmmee Vatlay has flIed notice of Intention to make July. 1911. .
L. Then came alsike clover and bass- Oaaette a newspaper published In Commutation Proof to establish claimto Claimant name. a. witnesses: R. E. _
.
/ said County and Stats.This ..
4 WIUla. ot Lako.ee
before Florida B.
iwood. We doubled our number of 1915'Model May 11. ltl(. the land above described Owens :
., Six-Cylinder clerk of circuit court. at Klsslmmee. of Ix>k-oaee. Florida; B H. .
::t f: warms and secured 200 boxes or see- J. U OVKRSTREBT. Florida on the Xlnd day of July, ItlS. ot Lokosee. P1orida; J. M. "OttYi j;,
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.
Lokos.e Florid.
.
;\. ,thai from each swarm, spring count By JAMES M. ,JOHNSTON. Claimant names as witnesses: J. P. ;
I :
firm at fifteen Phillips. of Lokosee Florida: J. K. ROBERT W. DAVIS. ,1 i
,'" :;It was soldito. a Chicago Deputy Cleric. IS'it
Tour- Florida J. H. Register.
Hudson7Passenger Browning, of Lokosee :
Johnston A ii'
wholesale. Oarrett.
section
/ cents by ,
J't per Young, of Ixtkoaee Florida; B. H. Our.
J-
Solicitors for Complainant. 2$4trto'rieie NOTICE ,
( value ofour FOR PtJltLIC.4TIpf.
; Very few peoplerealiH the of Lokosee. Florida. >>;
blessed'bees how they fly from OP ADMINISTRATOR ROBERT1 W. DAVia (Publisher.) ,.'

_.... 8 I 'blossom to blossom, gathering' pollen, ing Car infINICONDITION (Per Flaal. IHoeherare.) IS-St Register. o..a".t .. *Serial be ..terl.No. ..Olttt. i" .'

< frV .which. an abundance of fait to I. Comrt .1 CotiMy Jmmfm, State of NOI'ICE.Rettee n. a. Land Oll'lce at Gainesville. JI1.. ,
'. causes r ."' ... ADMINISTRATION '
'ft June 1. 1.16. \ .
.. be ,
Mt on each ; ..' There would not In re estate of John Pierce. Osoeolaeoenty. Notice is '
of. riM. ., A.t;; few VlBukl IMs>- hereby given that Joel P. .))1' ,,..v,1;
Pbllli
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fruit ,nsnany'areUes '
"any / Notice la hereby riven to all whom eharare !a Oeeurt of Cematr ..... M. .. r:: UH or-Loko88. Florida who 0. ,. <<, rJI
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not for made Hom..tead '
if.it our
-u. ; and fruit trees was Entry '
It may 00..0'''. that on tb. JOth day" Oeeeele. Ce ustF, Fieri* No. oiski for
Ft &> *.....*.Be consume,twenty pounds of o( No..mber.. A. Dol 1I11'w1 shaH apply. tn re, Estate of. R.. Ix hr. tlOD I, Townllblp> Southwest| *1 quarter. 8eo-* -. ".. .
I to inaki one pound of wax. The to the Honorabl 01U judge, Notice I* ......b? given to all whomIt :Bast. TallahasMioUc South... ,Range 14 I". "J'
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yp Meridian
ii aeey 1 has ftla"
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court Judge
of said ea' Probate, for may oonoern that on the IStb dar of ef I .
r. I'' ; workers AU, their little bodies Sinai administrator of ? Intention tp make Comm.t.
my dlacharjre-ms Urt shall to Hon.ble
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A. D. apply
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e4th.bon.y1,:(festooa.! together la the Wil ;Sell .or Trade. for Land the estate. of John Pierce tlm.'t deceased; ..... T. K. )kurpby,j Judsrej of saidcoat'S (land: Proof.above d..crlbed.to establish before claim cla..k.,to the of, ,
and that at the same will
Is present /1"\
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Mv. 'where ,the temperature aa judge of probate for my at .. .
said foal! 71oridan .11
to court my aocounU a.admln..trator << ;
Ils.harn administrator of R.' I.mhr.deeee..ee ssysarsb rJK& . ; /
rtime the a. of '
of . July
c . "certaln.l. . . . '' '. - ol said estate, and .akforth.Ir .- Bind .that at the eame time :t '
.It exude*. .from 'r' app..o..1&te4Ma"11. m2rtJli Siall'Htnessea:' Clar.T'2Sl ... .
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.WHAT' DOES THE ,. ,

w 'SHEET:. w IVTiss' ;Blanche Posy OD, ", .>. DIXIE HIGHWAY. .. .I' , ;. 'J , ,
MEAN TO UST \ r
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,a Steel )Celling* Specialty Policewoman at ::the' r'\\ .". e : .

t ,,' ..Pljone' lil-R'. r .Klaslmmee.'.i.Tl Largest ; .. ,.' ......". . ....... ... .... For: ; ... T J,

." \- If had to'Chattanooga and ,
'' w you gone, '
"Panama-Pacific- Exposition .
Men that imraettse auditorium filled to > "
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SIMPSON' "
. DL-J.W., overflowing with men from every clam Convenience. ; a
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\V. DENTIST "- in life, from every 'possible pivotal r

Upstair: ,in 'Kati' Building point from Chicago to Florida, and fir ,
la sending l80fteTan., a checkingaccount
a.., Offles Bears. :. ,. L 1ft. to 11 m.ix beyond to' the Canadian line, clamorIng ,
L V .1:1'0 Ids p. I to be heard on the question you with us affords yta 'the.: beet ,
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?jlephoa.'Na.T. June M jri r
medium.It .
,7.. ,., .. Would realize what thoie people who .
.. : ..'' MIB i H Ml MaM BMBHB HWI M*- ,
.
" \vr hare the Lincoln and other great also assures safety sad economy.Checldag =if.THEKE'SADIFFERENCE

? "w .i/ ,i>R. W. W. CARSON A highway! ; *, think of the value of their

)> \ ", ,, "a DENTIST respective place of being on this,popular Accounts, large er small, l'+ t
" are invited. .
\ highway. Enthusiasm was ram :" ;
,'r' Office or.r Pilley Building ; ;
..... OfTla Hour: > s-11. 1-1 pant. Cincinnati sent down a delegation I
'. ,J Offlo* 'Phono lie Residence 'Phono 1Oa. .
.. Administered for Extraction of of 400 with a bras band that .. ,4

r ;: Tooth coat them $150 a day; and expenses.

Rome, Ga., wa said to have had a
thousand people in Chattanooga, and
Y ". DR. It S. GEIGER when Judge Wright, their favorite

speaker, would make a point, ;you \.
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PHYSICIAN and SURGEON could hear "Rome Howl" men threw Jtr -

. Citizens Bank, Building ,' & their hat to the,ceiling and bellowed
KlMlmraoo, Fla. -i--/iJ themselves hoarsev SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUSTREA ENT r F
., Phono: Office In. or 4Resldenos The Dixie! highway, while built entirely
1(1 11-ly at the cot of the counties

through which itpasse* will at all DIRECTORS, 1 t

times yield a hundred-fold for all itscoat JOHN R. I i
T. M. RIVERS M. D. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN BRONSON
F. W. HILL A. W. GUSTUS '
It means, now that Europe is closedto '
-f PHYSICIAN and SURGEON J. K. BILLIARD
the automobile tourists a route

Office over Osceola Pharmacy'Phone ; from Chicago through Florida will be
Residence SI advertised and so mapped and marked i.

Office 14/. out that any one with a map and a .

the guide route or log and book feel, assured can easily that follow it is :::::::.: n".. n :n ::..:,',: t,,:un.. t 11'

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travelable at 'all times of the year,
DR. C L. HYATT and that the Dixie highway commission I

now have deci4ed upon a loop .-. .. -..-,- ...... -V...... --fI""' ...... --..-,- ...... "", .. II .--fI-- ...... pr
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
route the tourist will not have totravel
a.lJ the same way twice but will

Ktsslmmee, Fla.' 1, have new scenery on the returning
'Phone. Office 117Residence '
trip
X4I 6' This route will connect up hundreds Be Careful]

of county systems throughout these P
states ana will open up to the touristsall J Mr
GEO.F.PARKERATTORNEYATLAW the net-work of improved roads ?

that have been built in this part of What You ' of '

the state, and if we will hasten the ,

Collections and Conveyance.Specialties completion of our road systems in this ,
state we will soon find the tourists

bringing more money into Florida Eat _

ill I-l BroadwayG. than the orange and vegetable crop ;
combined for instead of spending :
weeks they will spend months instead .' ,
especially in the summer. t i
F. KRIBBS
enjoying the diversified scenery of
w our state. YooVgdod health come first. .
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ATTORNEYATLAWBnrnlnalton p- : 'lil '
According to the ruling of the commission ATH *.. .. The safest. plan is to .;
of Titles, a Specialty we have ninety days to produce '
Notification and Payment of taxes ol The Fair "Copettc" and the Midgets. the pledges necessary to the "
non-residents attention.gIven careful completion of our route and then nine Get Your Meat a.t Our MarketIt

. Klsslifimee, Fla. Miss Blanch Poyson belongs the honor of being the only real special months in which to build the proposed .

TO policewoman In the United Stales. Her star bearing the Inscription 1 I Orlando roads. A for meeting June has for been the called at might teem at first thought that "Meat is Meath. but 70U '
10. permanent
Pat Johnston O. P. Qarreti "Special Police! "foylaud G. u.:' Is registered at the city hall In San I '
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organization of the Central Florida if think that sometimes meat is loach )
know
yourself _
stopo .._
GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Fran<'ltWo. Miss Poysou who stands six: feet four Inchesrltbout her you a+
JOHNSTON & association for the
: Highway purpose
boots, maintains law ,,.\d order at "Toyland Grown Up." on the Zone at the *of bringing this part of the statein and sometimes it is tender, sweet and toothsome. Our eabta.t.. .,\

Panama-Pacific International Kixwltioii. Minn I'oy"on weighs 235 pound., closer touch on the war question good and give strength. J
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Bank she is but twenty-four jeans of age arid despite her oltlclal position, is as delightful and bringing about the connecting up you r

'-" Building a young woman as one will meet In a long day of RlchtKC-elng- on the of those counties that now have a ., '7;
Klsslmmee Fla. Zone. She Is enthusiastic\'sir tier work nnd keeps watch on the great throngs system of roads, so that there will be

:,... = which vlHlt To)'la lid da} and ultliL:: Mlus 1'oynon baa presided with wondertullIuect no bad stretches. ,'
\ crowds of iliounand of persons. The two midgets bealde It i is central Florida's opportunityto
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1I1I over many
rf>uls C. Maaaey. T. Plcton Warlo this highway; pouring a
get great
Late Counsel for Judge of the Minn PoyHon hare taken great fancy to the "("copeUe and, Ibe three have become continuous 'stream of tourists and I5he Central Market/ .
Fla. R. R. Comm. Criminal Court "
feat frleudn during their on hours at Toyland. homeseekers throughout every part of : ;, 1-' ;
MASSEY &: WARLOW Toyluudrou n i(:'p, where Miss Poyson reigns. Is one of the largest and the peninsula that is pierced by feeder s ' '("

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS most costly concexHlons ou the grout nmnseraent thoroughfare. It was built at I or connecting roads. It is no time for "In the Hub of t .'. 'Ci#." .'tJ j ; '
AT LAW I a cost of *.''W3HK and covers fourteen .,'re... All the toys. of the story book narrowness, and every newspaper in ,

and Practice of the In United all the States courts, of also the befort Btatf ,, read by youngHtors: and grownups are to be seen there In inonoter proportions, I the part of the state should boost for 'Phone 209. J '\, la, Broadway. .1' .: ;sew i
th. Florida Railroad Commission. anel and In this laud of romance and enchantment with Its giant; toys, the giant loop route of the Dixie highway J rv. 1 &:
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central Florida.-Ed. Scott I ,_ a t- : \
the interstate Commerce Comml..lon. policewoman" preside l with dignity and efficiency. through ; ,

11-14 Orlando Charleston Fla. Bld* .4lytDR. - - - -- -----..---.----- ... _ .. -or '
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I ALL AMERICA: ON EXHIBITION THIS YEAR, RAILROADS \GRANT _i : fT


. M. J. HICKS.( LOW ROUND' TRIP RATES TO SEE,..UNIVERSE'S MARVEtS -% > .

.)I ._ . ' 2 pr. ct. Will re .

),f''" PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Privileges of Routing Never Before' Offered-Hotel Rates Average Less Than Those of Other Great Cities Your Automobile Against Fire ." 't

"Office State Bank Building and 125.000 Rooms Available Hotels and Apartment Houses In San Francisco.A ;

Phono: Office 41 From Internal or External Caste , r
Residence .0 Is something helpful and foremost men In their respective fields. some accommodations necessarily much

THERE for every one at the Now is the time to see the Exposition. -J more expensive than others, you will Any Place in the United State t.
Said Vice Presl When you reach San Francisco be able to secure s room at a dollar ,

J. W. THOMPSON dent Marshall recently: "Who you will of course wish to I day and up. Indeed, one can Bud all No matter where it is. in a private or public garage; infreigh a r

ever can even at a sacrifice of something find accommodations without unnecessary sorts of rooms In the great city of San ( car or steamship \ r 'I tt A

which for the moment appear delay, and, while you will l and Francisco, which In reality is a much }
FUNERAL DIRECTORand real greater renter tban the census wouldIndl..ate Cheapest Auto Insurance in Ki..immee
necessary, should come to see a JI
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work of art never equaled, even by a l fit' since with Its neighboring cities The Springfield Fire &: Marine Company Capital $ ,500,006. "
a e1?1't x around San Francisco bay. it formsa
mirage. If there be any one In Amer.lea e#
\ of cities with a population of
group
and for
with a thirst for knowledge
t LICENSED EMBALMER beauty and a tanging for a liberal education almost 1.000.000 persona. Hotel rates '
r FARMER
tban SEE CARSON
In San Francisco are no more
t such s one can obtain It here.
I Stewart Ave. they are in Any other great city In the ,
I Store and Chapel, This is the university of the world.It .,
vtt7Sd+ 4fU. United State. As a help to visitorsthe Dakin Avenue ra
has a chair fully endowed to meet
4
! ( Exposition maintains the Eiposi
KI..lmmeFla. ; J
the wants and needa of each. Tb. 'P'e.
tion Hotel Bureau official activity
the ear the mina the heart, the soul, an .
which is conducted with the cooperation t
w 000..0..0.0.0..... .......
W. B. Crawler- .
of
P. A. Vans Agnew and assistance of s committee
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VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW main to become a student I leave the representative hotel men of San Fran _.1- e I A WISE MAN I
cisco. Oakland and Berkeley. This :I '. .J carried sufficient FIRE INSURANCE -
feet of this Gamallel of all expositions ...
Hotel Bureau has no other than
purpose to protect his property
And Miss Helen Keller '
with regret
Office: 8-4-IP6: Citizen Bank blind and to serve the public. It..Is not a profit while he is living and ample LIFE 4
BuildingKlaslsnme who aa all know. Is both
making institution. If you want full INSURANCE to protect his! family -
( *. ITl.r'... deaf having acquired the faculty of
particulars as to accommodations address ; In the erect of him death. H.
, speech, although she baa never beard
, the Official Exposition Hotel Bureau also insures his eamlag capacityby
any one speak, said of her visit to the ACCIDENT and
r Flannery Building. Market and Ill ; taking oat an
that it the most Inspiring J t
Exposition was
HEALTH POLICY. Be om th*
. Kesrny streets San Francisco In
period of her life. Said Dr. Fred- aide. i ,+
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW writing, it would be well to state how are
erick J. V. Skiff: "Here the World I II
there are in party and bow I
many your INSURANCE
f shown In epitome. The 'visitor from .
J.: whatever realm here enters into native r'E long you desire to stay. None bat RELIABLE ... MBagency. *- -
Building. There are accommodations for all In '
Waring laud." Pads fa this 13t
the great city by the Golden Gate, and '
I Apart from Its costly and Comprehensive D. G. WAGNER fS.e.ad
.,,; displays: the great Exposition one> need only glance through, the 372 Floor at.... Baak Bidg. ; ; i'
When In N..d of a architectural ,classified column of the San Francisco 1UaaI...I, Fla. (4
Is an inspiration In itself. In its
t VETERINARY SURGEON beauty the Panama-Pacific International "'papers to find how great Is the--variety . r
of the accommodations offered, whilea I
f: -can For- Exposition surpasses any the rebuilt will .. . ,s4@I
ride through city -- --- - -- --
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l t of Its predecessors. At night the great . . . .., ... . . .. ......
A. F. RICHMOND show hundreds and hundreds of hotels. ....... . ... .. .... ... .
f Tower of Jewels. stands oat satln- --- -
Horses Clipped tl sod up. whlte sparkling with a thousand VSEBJaVLB OS TSM JOT BOB* and apartment bouses, all constructed EVERYTHING NEW AND ,cLEAN"

'.\', Loughman Road changing colors, .. batteries of _ftb-' 'This slant flsure varda the eatraaioea within the past eight years. Rates Reasonable Reeem CM! Ceemfertakte <
one of ttie stvpwidous attractions esj So do not fall to see the Exposition
this pyramidal monument
l' Phone 111.1 Klsslmmee WU light play; upon Ban Fruieteeo.a : '
the famous Joy Zone si '
f the loftiest etrnctnre at the Exposition the Bowls of Joy yon are rotated thirtymiles early The greatest geniuses of the age MERCHANTS HOTEL i RinA '
and the nation of the worldhave
and a* tall a* the average thir an beer In small oars that climb greatest
t; Robert Riedel ty-five story city block. The coloringof around a Pat spiral The Bowl. of Joy contributed the earth' snpremest I

.,:., ,- the Exposition, the decorative lightIng are but one of hundreds of attraction. Inbe .achievements, and a visit to the ExpoI I kl 1
CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP and thelandscaping areataat a-us.msnt section the world sit on Is not only an education, but an j
at night the sculpture be. ever known B. sure to see the Kzposltlon. -- --- - -------- - -- - --- -- -- -

t Saws Repair are alf the work of the Inspiration.the aa.aa..aa. .. .. . . . ...... . ... .. .... .... .... .. ...

'A' } Wladew sad sad Cabinet Doer Work., : ;; ; '

,'>>}I 't / "Iae---8; P 211; Residence 2S7I :.. ......... ... .. .. .. .:I The for wider the stout skirts woman are a happy for the fashion ful right, to vote that in she San had Francisco lost her on /W9iEAIiiOitiiI i ,

_4 I,VjparUagtoa Are Near Freight Depot ODD BITS OF NEWS. .j I ness of the akin help to equalize her Amen citizenship by marrying 0... c.-..... .. 'I '
general proportion.. Gordon Mackenzie a subject of Great 1AI1'i'rs iee.aa/rs.Arlngfon.fIo: el : : 711LRAr4KWq
t..t. ... .: in California.Mrs. ll.a '
. ... charming arrangement Britain, residing '
. There is a"very ; i 'i 1t11SJ117IG.Prsa
ST. TAMPA I ftA. f"f t ; J.pf 'i _
wife
' this double belts on some Edward T. Stotesbury, of "
of narrow '
somewhat limited .
1 : "'NOTICE .Colors but tare restful; black white of the new frocks. One belt seems to the Philadelphia hanker, has a string . "" .' ... #) \,.

1 '. checks spring dark very and military bines, beige i hold the"shirring in at the top of the of ..pearlwhich cost over half a. mil r ', > '." :; 1BAS
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. .Auto Livery: ' effect lion dollar and.is probably the most . '" '' ' "' '
'i : - -: .r. "***.1 11JII'.Idrt. giving a hlgh-walsted < 'A!
4Ii J.ir Will 'ca11"for and tab yon to anr and green. .reached1ths I while the other,U placed about four valuable collection ever gotten together ",; "' '
have : ? :1".uL :
who ; :
Little girls "t! v.I.EW' HO < : } .7\ . ,
Z5e.1 Get 76Ul' part, -. : < : :
ti I, part of'dty for wearing three-piece Inches'lower.and at the bottom of the and worn by-one penon. .7:: :, \ , : .
of eight are
c la, : 'rea47l six goal'as eomfortalllT as one. age of skirt, aloes.Manybat.an"mad. .hirrtna'r -. ' ', " V- Medieal mea.ap: : that persons who ,,New strietlir'modern) IS stories AbsoUtely ....proof..1.* .te..at.--' t\ ).f. .< <.rlT.1.yhones 3',. t
'Xato'hi.front Gf 'Family'Sboe stores costume* They.consist : 'claim 'thlit'Iargli women attain their thirtieth year without auf- "&11 oatalde.with private bath. WeU-aps lateeT-r ( "' ,
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when/ootCbnsy In daytime,. and at aod jacket. :: : J serious disease likely.D.hingg.being la room.Every _rort. ejilts. foe perfect-AH whit ,5 ; ,
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: make.th best wtfes. 1 fp'tng any .supple i '
entirely Of Cafe and a
; Well tlht4. rooms; Bowling alUys and billiard room. ,.1. r
...V' ."'Ony.ton.'Inn; ; .,; at alght.i Phons,242. black,MUiy and,their smartness -d.peed.'oa ., Female*fcarbers And'hatrdraanfi"number n -* .equaWtw Ure-tiU service a la carte., popular.',..._ 'Rat. t* a.4 .'..." COMM !CIAL,'JI, ':_ ,.,, t. ',',j< :r. .
0renD an8lltr-tour.' -, :;- they are at least s.t.ltgeigbt-years! i |1.(. AND mv v -' :.r.- .. ----'''';, "" "" ,. '
;Jt.t oriesSo l '' the .ape'utI. ,,the.. 'angle,-at.. X.Mackenzie was denied AVQV8V. ; ) oGL; Ugr; TAiPArfA.IJ" ,Pltea e II' ." !, {:fF ',' ;,
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Lot 83._________________--_____--_____ 11 7.0 I Seminole Land Lot 7. Block 11---____________________ Derborn E. C. Lot 31., Block 820------______________ Fos. 111. L.L.--W'" '' ,1
k Inv. Co. __. ./1 Lot 4. Block 17----____________________ aeminolq Land Lot 11. Block ..._____________________ W..U"r. 'LIILots .
10______________________..______ 12 17.0 I Penn T. ... 64 Inv. Co. 1.01 h. 16. 19. 30. Block 182.-____ 8lelswandl.. p. )).
v ft' 61 and 48----------------- 90 McDougall. C. D. .f1Lot Lot 14 Block 11_____________________ Un'a :_::: 1.11: P. ,.,,
61__ :::::::::::::::::::::--: n n 90 19 Conger. W. __._ .64: Lot 1. Block 1)-------------------..___ Unknown ______ 1..' Lot II Block 121--------------------- Warren,A.C.-. L//, 'Ji
., Lot I' and 10 (Tax UlIn______ 11 IT 10 10 )Oder. C. F. _00 __ ..40Lot. Lot II, Block 1.______________________ Unknown ______ 1.4' Lots 2s. and 34. Block UI_____-________ Seminole Land, :\f!
and T0 27 80 Eder C. F. __. .90 Lot. 1. 8, '. 10. 11, 1.. Block 30-------- Stewart B. G. '_ T..i k Inv. Ca ...' m't
Lot : ________:::::::::::::::::::::::: g 27 90 19 Unknown$2; : Lot 14, Block fl---------------------- Pfelfer :1. C. __ 1.18 Lot 10 Block 118_____ ______ __ Tralner H. r. ....
Lot. and 79----------------------- $0 10 Buckley, J. Eat. .90 Lot 11. Block 31---------------------- Pfelf.r S. Co __ I.'. Lot 10. Block 316____________________ B"ckl"y. G. 10. L4.4y.
1.1.1 :::::::::::::::::::::::: g n 90 6 Horseman. J. B.: :.d0 Lot 11, Block 21---------------------- Leonard. G. C. __ .11' Lot U. Block 117--------------------- Watrous. L. A. 1. :

.c4..1. L... I.r.C.'. lI.h-OI.- Lot 10, Bock 24---------------_______ ROlre.. iii, H. __ ... Lot. 4 and 6. Block 219-------__-.__ Htnekleq R. a. I..
1.1.. .f All ..c.pl TI.her I..e. t. Lot 11, Block 14-_____________________ L.nd. .I. A.. ____ ... Lob 11 and 38. Block 139x__..__.._____ Porter. L. K. 1.4.
+ Kl..l.ree l.br. V.---------------- 12 21 20 Iota I and 2, Block 15________________ Blaymak..r.. 8. __ 1.4. Lot n. Block 110_____________________ Seminole &a n da
Lot 31 ____ ____ __ _:. ___. :::::::::::::::: 19 27 80 I Batley. W. F.:. __ .81 Lot 18, Block 26---------------------- Snyder, 31 D. __ ... Inv. -__ 1."

Lots $6 and 46__ '---__ -___ ____ ________ g 21 :g Ig Hodgman, E. :: :.88 Lot 18,, Block 11______________________ Coe. 111. ________ .66 Lot 9, Block 2.0_______________________ Button L. ----- ...
y Lot: 68--------------------------- YT K.laer, W. H. .62 Lot 1, Block 17_______________________ King. H. L. ____ ..1 Lot 8. Block 111______________________ Unknown n____ ...
both-------------------------------- g n 30 : Penn. T. - :,68 Lot 11, Block 11_______________________ Unknown ______ ... Lot 11, Block 11.____________________ Land
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lot :::::::: : : : : ::::::-:- -- _------- 20 Snyder, ALt : : .62 I lot I. Block 26----------_.____________ Unknown _____ ... Se..lr: Co. __- I.U
16--------------------------- __ 13 27 80 6 Rrnall. 0 W. __ ..68t Lot 18, Block 111______________________ Davis, G. It... ___ ... Lot 3, Block ._____ ___ Allen. J.
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t I.ot 116-------- u _ ___ _. _ _ __ __ 13 21.0 1 Davlea., F. S. ___ .68 Lot 10. lock 28______________________ $mllh. W. _____ ... Lots:: : 11 and 11, Block- ::::::::::::: ..n, rjc; ::
8.l..1. I.... a I.v. ( ..... II.Io-UI.- Lot U. Block 11I______ ________________ Kllfoll C. _____ ... Lot 1.. Block n8____________________:_ Hoffman r. W. .11 '
1 1.... .1 AI1. _ __ -u__ _ ___n_ .__ 14 77' 30 Lot 12, Block 2.______________________ B.nllnole Land Lot 11. Block 136-_____ _____ Seminole Land l4'a
9\- Lot. I, 60. 63, 1111. 120_ ___ __ _____ ___ If 21 80 25 Bemlnole Land a Inv. Co. 1.14 Inv. Co. __ 1."
A Inv. Co. 168lot. Lot U. lock 11______________________ Beaumont, C.-L: :.96 Lot. 6 and 6. Block T. :. Ui y
4 and 13------------------------ If 21 80 10 McEachern: W J. J._ .PO.66I.ol Lot 18, Ulock 2.______________________ Unknown ______ ... Lot I, Block 227_______::::::::::::::: Unknown -_:
Lot f/-------------------------------- ng: 6 Hoag. Mr. : Lot 1.. Block .000 ____________________ Seminole Landk and Block 238-__.____. Roark. 0. \ U:
26-------- :: :::::::::::::- -- ---- 14 6 Mueklns, O. H.K __ ..68I.et .11IA In.... CO.___ 1.11 It.2I,7:::: Block lll ,__________:::::::::::: Browk. .: _:: 'i

17______ _ _ __ __ _ ___hn_____ If 21.0 6 G1ea.on I n.T. ____ .18 Lot 11. lock 1000 ____________________ Johnson, H. D. .1 Lot 16. Block 110______________________ Olcke, Mr. D. 1.T. aIot
t >t 26------------------------------ If 21 80 6 Tucker. 8. .18 Lot 1.. Block 10______________________ Unknown ______ ... 2, Block 211______________________ Ke..ler n. 11' 1.T. .11
Lot 113------------------------------. If 21 81) 6 David, C. n- Lot .. Block 11 __________________.____ 'Pllu. E. R. ____ ... Lot 11. Block 111_____________________ Jone.. O. B. ___ 1.14
.... ..I. L... I... <.'s 8.b1)1r8.6o Lot. 1. '. 11 and 18. lock 322__________ Rlck.tt. T. 0.. 1.11 Lot t, Block 212______________________ Ludlow, O. A. __ 1.14 ,.
.f All ....... T1.Aer I..e. t. Lot H. Block .200 ____________________ Welch C. _____ .n Lot 11. Block IU__ __ _________________ Wilhelm L. ___ 1.TI ..
Klrl.rce LIo. <'.._ _ _____ ._____ III 77' 2. M. Lot 2. lock 11________________________ Hlayton W. T. ... Lots 1 and 2. Block ,.._______________ Semlnol. Lan 4 ..Pt
Lot. 80 FInle7 1:1: .1. ______ ________________ '.62 i
f'U:: : :: H If i."c. :, : Lot 4. Block Fletcher. J. L. ... Inv, Co. ---
lot : :: : : :: 80 Lot. 1 and .. Block 2.00 ______________ C. 1,11
W. .68Lot Unknown ______ 1." Lot 2.. Block 110____________________ .
lot I4____ _ _ _ __ __ __ _ __________ ___ a Hg: f Louahrey M. _: : Lot 1. Block 11_____?_________________ Jenea. W. A. ___ ... Lots 11 and 12, Block .i2_____________ Seminole Land f
91-------------------------------- Seymour Lot 11 Block U_ M. L. ..96i.ot. a. Inv. Co. ___ 1.11
L. R._ .11 --------------- 00
lot II 27 80 i iS. 1. Flock 11____________ Band ALot.
121------------------: 17. 11. er.. P. E. '.11 Lot Block 163_ Unknown
.. ; .. All Fractl. Bock ..__________________ Semlnele Lan : : : and 3. kJii::::::::::::::: :::::: lU: I '
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..... ., All ....epT1_b.r k Inv. Co. ___ 11.11 Lot 10, Block 264_____________________ Re.ve.. 111. _____ .f. ,
All e.e.p81C% .f 8616 t. KI.- All I"ractL except Lots 1 to 1 Inc. Lot 1. Block .216______________________ t Kar.man r. n. ..4 1d ,
.-. Lbr. Cw- --- : 77Lot 27 20 6 Dun"an.:1. H. 00 .68 Block 40______.,,____________________ S.mlnole Land Lot 11. Block .15_____________________ Unknown ------ .11 1
12--------------------------------______ __ 11 21 80 5 Cowan, 11. C. _ .18 .k In. Co __ 10.11 Lot I. Block 117_______________________ Ratlln.on. C. B..24
Lot 3/---------------------- Lot. 1. 2. 2. 4. Block U_______________ ________ _ ___ ______ .1 I
_____ __ ______ __________________ 16 21 80 1 Unknown _____ .11 Seminole I. and Lot n, Block 251 _ ______ Unknown y
Lot 69 .. In,. Co. 4 ITlA Lot Block 158______________________ S.minola Land I
Lot 72____ __ __ _______ ____________--___ 11 11 80 Ii Akin, F. _____ .81 00 11,
16 11 80 5 Unknown ___ __ ..681of >t. 18 and 14. Block 42--------------- Rurrow.. G. W.. 361Lot. a Inv. L0. ___ 1.U
76-------------------------------- 7 and 6, lock H____ ____________ n8_______________ B. ___ .8. .
__ ___ ___ _ _____ ___________ 11 21 ao i Rand..n. A. G. __ .18 Klllm..n. I. 1'1. 101 Lot 22. Block ______ Sherman,
106__ .. ..4 ... nl.I. ... Lot 2. Block 4.u____________________ X..lek, E. T. __ .4' Lot 8. Block 261! ______________________ Logan. E. B. ___ .11 .
.._1..1. ..... a I. ( Block 61 ____________ ____________ ro,
IT 7T 20Lot. Lot 2. Seminole Land Lot I. Block 169______________________ Southworth B.
.....110..t 111 E14 ---------------------u--1Ii, 116. _ _ _________ _ 17 21 30 10 Remlnol nd a Inv. ("0. ___ 204Lot. n. _uoo ______ 1.U ,[;
'" ]nv. ro. 166 r and : Block H. M 881Lot. Lot. I. 10. 11, 11, Block 25'-___________ South..orth. B.
19------ __ ___ _____ ___ ____ 11 21 80 6 Meek, II M. __ __ .U : 1 and : Block 53:::::::::::::::: MCDoughal. CLot : U: yr4h!
Lot - -- -- 30 6 F. .6AIola D. __ _________ 1818. I.ot. 1 and 8. Block 210_____.._________ Am.j.M: : :: {;,
lot 84------112------------------------ - ---- ---- ----- ----:: g H 30 10 r.HJ B. :_ :: :.90 Block 5.________ ____ ____________ Unknown __ nn 148 Lot 22. Block 210_____________________ Mack H. M. ___ .81 ;;
$7 and 11 21 80 5 Unknown __ _on ..68ie.l..I. Lot 11 I .nd 12, Block 64_______________ Raa. Edgar C. 2111 Lot 13. Block 181_____________________ Seminole Lan t'
Lot 100----------------------------. LasO a I... (..... 8.b.Dly- : Lot .Il'a Block 64_ _ P.nner. C 1.18 a Inv. Co. ___ 1.14 0
f.8.. .f All F........ ........t 2W 4 off6 Lot. 8. kT xi ):::: Fder, C. F. :::: 174 Lot U. Block 281. ____________________ Newb rry. P. M..II P
i ... 2Wy4 .f 2E14------------ s 20 111 Lots 1 and 8. lock ____________ __ F.d: r. C F. ___ 00 1.14 Lot I'. Block 111_____________________ Unknown -------$4
Lot. +401i 4 and 498-_____________ 8 16 U 2 %SernInoI. Land Lot H. Block 1i1_____________n________ Semlnol" Land Lot 18. Block 262______________________ P..rkln.. H C. :_ ... t,
Co. __ l.n a Inv. Co. __ 1.21 Lot 18. Block 262_____________________ Bwarls C. _____ .4 .
Lc t ________ ________ _____________ 16 It 1 ", Unknown __ __ .79 Lot 11 lock 58______________________ Unknown 00 ___ .1 lot 19. Block 18.______________________ Mann n. B. F. .84Lot. \1
Lot> 111------------------------------- 8 16 It Unknown u__ __ .19 Lot 18, Block __ ___________..________ Th.Dold F. h_ ... 3 and 4, Block 1"-..____________ l4cGeachln. J. __ 1.1. .'i\
Lot 421------------------------------- 8 2ft It 1 'x, Oorr, W. R. _ n .19 Lot 9, Block 69______ __________________ Ro ..r.., E. H. .11 Lot 10. Block 114______________________ Olea.on, T. H. __ .4 -\
Lot 427------------------------------- 8 21 11 1y Wlldrr, It. __ _ .71 Lot 10, Block 6._______ _______________ MIllArd, R. H. __ ... Lot 1. Block 266_______________________ Unknown -------$4 t"
1 ; Lot 10.________ __ ____ ______ ___________ 8 26 11 1 Youngblood M. .19 lot 8, Block 60n.J__ MrPermotl M. Lot 8. lock IIL_____________________ Unknown ______ .1. ..
(). ..... Twat ".1.. ._'..1.. load 1>1. _nnn_ 126 ,Lot I. lock 185_______________.______ Unknown ______ .84 '\
... I... C..'. 18.6-DIr1.1..8 861/ Lot .. Block 60______._________________ St..lnt'JC't. C. __ A4 Lots 8. 1. 10, 11, II, Block 118________ J>rliirlt. A. 111. -- .... "I,
.f 6Ei4___ ___ __-____-________ $0 31cii Lot 1. Block 60____ ____________________ Pinney. r. C __ .1 Lot 1, Block 117______________________ Unknown ______ .a4 ...
Lot. 1 to 1.. loss lloe k An___________ mlnole Land Lot 10. Block 61______________________ Wllrt'bau..h, W. Lots II and 11. Block. 111.___________ Robebacker. L. 1.88
a Inv. ro. u_ 2.84 M. ___00 _____ 116 Lot 1. Block 168. __ ____________________ Buell, 0. ______ .84
1A>t. I to 14 Inc.. Block B______________ S..mlnole Land Lot 14. lock 62______________________ Brinaman' B L. 131 Lot 10, Block 188.____________________ Chevaler, A. ... '
k Inv. Co. u 2.4 Lot 16. Block 63______ ________________ Unknown ______ 1.13 Lot 1. Block nz._ ______ ______________ Ra,.. Mra. A. N. ... "(
Lot. 1 to 14 inc.. feu lot. Block C_ ___ Semml'nlve CLa e d Let h Block 'k Blathleq. W. 1.48 Lot 1.. Block 21.__ ___________________ Packard J. n. t.4' "
_ 2'12 Lot Block ::::::::::::::::::::: Ilebee, W. C. :: 142Lot. Lot Block 280 Hcru3 a. S. 1.46l.ot '

Lote 1 to U. Ine.. Bjork D______ ______ Remlnole Land 7 and 8. Block 6500 _____________ {"ourh. R. C. __ 102 l:' Block 280-::::::::::::::::::::: Z.I., J. 'T. _:::: 1.46

k 1n' {'o. __ 2.14 Lot 9, Block 6'________________________ F.llow., S. un 1.14 Lot 1, Block 111. _____________________ Unknown ______ 1.21
1A>t. t to II In.... Block Eu________ Seminole I.. and lot I1, Block 11______________________ Seminole I. and Lot. 9 .al Block B. -- (
8r. Inv. Co. __ 1.16 k Inv Co. ___ 12' Lot. 11 end 20. Ik; :::::::::::: Buckley. J. E.t.: U:

Iota 1 to I. InG., Block 1" ______________ S mlnoh' Land Lot U, Block 11______________________ Cox. F. R. ___00 I tII Lot I, Block 281._ __ __________________ 8mllh O. E. ---. 1.1'
8r. Inv. Co _ 1.16 Lot 5. Block 74 ___________ ____________ Embnleh: J. B. 1.99 Lot 1. Block 1140 _ ___________ ________ Will...., A. C. ___ 1.2' .t
Lob t to II Inc.. Block ____ ______ B mlnole L and Lot e. Block 1&__ _____________________ 11th. A. __00 __ 3 02Lot. Lot 10. Block 184 ______________________ MoLau4hUn. B.L .
a. Lnv, '1:' U' : 18 and 14. Block 8000 ____________ Tilton. B. R. __ I 74 -_---_--:_- UI ifs i\\
Lob 1 to II Ina. Block H____________ S I n-d 1..01. 15 and 18. Block HO______________ Ro.... J. R. __ 1.14 Lot Block .34 :
} k Inv. '1:' I.U 1.ot. 7, 11. U. Block 8100 _____________ Seminole Land 00 Lot Block 286_:::::::::::::::::::::: R rc. 8.--:::: :.14 ".,

Lc>t. t to 14. Inc.. Block 1______________ Seminole I n d 8r. Inv. Co. ___ 139 Lot. 1 and I. Block l8.nn__________ .Hahle. H. _____ 1.12
Ao Inv. Co. __ 8..' Lot. I and 2. lock 82________________ Htorbacker 1. D. 148 Lot .. Block 119______ __ ______________ Kaleer. W. H. __ .81
I 1A>t. 1 to 24. Inc.. Block :1_____________ B mlnole I. and Lots 6 and 8. Block ______!,,________ Unknown ___ on 14M Lots II and 10. lock 18'-____________ Copt'land. I. W.1.11 {
Ao lnv. Co ___ I.i' Lot U, lock 82______________________ Ooldwarlhy, J. .98 Lot 7. Block UO__ ____ ._______________ Unknown ____t_ .4 ",,''
Lot. 1 to 24, Ina. Block K_____________ S mlnole Land Lot 21. Block 83----------------------- Obert. L. __ ____ .'8 Lot 6. Block IILn__ ________________ William. W. T. ... ''I'
a inv. Co. _-_ I.U Lot 18, clock 84-_________--__________ Crlm r. _______ .8 Lot 18. Block 2.n_________________ Seminole Land *;'
Lote 1 t. 24 Inc. Block L____________ Semlinv I Cca n d Lot 20. Block 86________________;_____ Unknown ___u_ .8 a. Inv Co. _u 1.14 k,1
2 __ 2.. Lot 21, lock 11______________________ Corbit. H. A ___ ..96Lot. Lot 5, Block 2.1. ___._ _.__-l__________ Brown. B. B. ___ .84
Lot 1 to .4 Ina. Block M______________ 8..mlnole I. and8r. I and 7. Block 81________________ Martin. J. H. __ 1.4' I..ot. 8 and 7. Block UL___ __ ________ Mauk, F. M,1 23 k"
e Inv. Co. ___ 8..8 Lot R. Block 91.______________________ Ma.t..r.on, J. W. .96 Lot 1.. Block 212_____________________ Unknown ------ I',
y Lota t to 14 Inc.. Block N._____________ S.mlnole L and I.ot h, lock 81_______________________ Monroe L. --- -- .11 Lot 10, Block IU_____________________ Unknown ______ ..t .
i a Inv. _-_ 3A6Lot. Lot 1, Block 88________________________ Bemlnole f Land I Lot 9, Block 292__________________ _____ Seymour, L. R. .8t r
1 to 24 n0. Block 0____________ Seminole I 1.S _n_dk a Inv. Co. ___ 126 Lot 1.. Block 293__ .__n______________ CarrolL C. ----- .11
Inv. Co. 3.11 Lot U, lock 88________________u____ Morgan, M. ___-_ ..81 Lot 10, Block 293______________________ Carroll 111. M. _
L Lote 1 to 24 Inc, Block P____________ Bemlnole Lan d _________ _________ .: .
___ 9.41 Lot 24. Block 11 ___ Rbake.p..are. A. I Lot t, Block 214____ __________________ Haaklna. J. N. 4
AL1 .. 8r. In'O' Co. n. _________u 1.16 : Lots 1 and I Block 2.1'-_______________ Tounlt'. C. B. ___ 1.2' \.
....... I.... t, I.v. c.. I.bDv4 -- Lot II, Block .0________________________ Duncan, J. H. .6 Lot. 4 and 0, Block ..._______u______ Kohl. W. R. ____ 1.63 -
4 I..1l..etb E1 sad .11II'>4 .f IW14 -- Lot 11. Block 11______________________ Seminole I. and : Lot '. Block 111______________________ Kobe L. ------- ... J\
_t Lok.i::rosl Add.------------ 88 n8 Be 8r. Inv. Co. ___ 126 Lot 1' Block 2.1_____________________ Unknown ------ ...
Lot !t S. 16 U. .', IT. IIJ II. '0. -_ Lot 20, Block N______________________ Croy. A. M. ____ 1.10 I Lot 1. Block 391_______________________ Cummlniir.. J. P. ... I N
.71. 11 U 1$4.'. 11$. iii; iii; iii; 111.Ua. ; Lot. 11 and 11. Block ..______________ Seminole Land Lots 8, 4 i, Block 11._________________ Smith. 1. W. ___ 1.1 \ ,
.. 15. .a In.... C.. _n a." Lot 6. Bock 11._.____________________ H a u t.chke. W. ;
d 214. 111. 11.. 114. 111. .... 167. lU.lU. Lot I', Block 103---------------------- Seminole Lan M. ___________ 1.l4

tI.. tiT, 1... n.. "1' 1'., k. Inv. Co. ___ '.U Lot 11, Block 200_____________________ Unknown ------ ... \.X l
111. 116 11f; lit; 111; 111; 24 110 Lot I, Block 101.______________________ Plfer 1. N. ____ 1." Lot Block Hberwood, M. .11. \
$ Lot n. Block 102______________________ Oleason A..2. 1." Lot U: Block Ig ::::::::::::::::::::: 8.mtnole Lang ak
111. 262. III 311; 266. 16.. 11.. 310. 1A>t. 2. and U Block 10._____________ Seminole Lan In. Ca ___ 1.1' s j
112. 121. .. 112.. 214. k In,. Co. ___ I.n Lot Block .01______________________ B..rbeau. 3. Q. .94 '
111h, / fit; 111; 114. $$11' 111 717.. Lots 11 and 10 Block 109--__________ WII..r4. J. W. 1.14 Lot 't Block (For 1118 ) I B..I 1:1/' ,
hO : : \\1' :::4 :. : :::::: Darting: B.: : :: :
.. 1.. 11 Lot I. Block _______________ ____ a n d Lot Black --_-_----_ - .
... 117.
'1t BeIF 150
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J,, II". 19. ,44. IU. 141 10 .51. : : ___ UI Lot '0. Block 804--------------------- Jackson W. A._ 1.91 .
t /6. !i., 117 IU" .6t n.'u. Lot n. Block 110____________________- Unknown ______ 1.41 1A>t Block .04 _.___________ Unknown ...---- ..04. ,
'0 364,380 211 n. 33.. II. .11.. $21' 9t 191 Lot 17 Block 111--------------------- Cowan H. C. __ 1.41 Lots 11 and 11. Block 205- ___.... Seminole Ao a n CI
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4, !e 816. 4.111,106. 4n.. ..414... 4.i.111..4...L,137.416.11...n.U .'i to 6, inc.:-ii--k-iii::::=:=::: ,r.Tit.. 0.-: 3.64: Lot T. Block ..1_______________________ Hoall"l W. 3. __-_ .1. I

411. 'r Lot 20. Block 116--------------------- Hewltt, .16 Lot 4. Block .01____________________ D.... 0 A. .9.
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4' 419 142 169 . .
111 ::1 - ---- -- -. ::::::::::::::::::::: f' : : Lear j. -
( : : 460: 441.: m: HI: 171: : : 110: Lot 6 Block Knl ht, n.Lote : ,96 Lots I', I'. I. Block 307-------------- ,. u. a.'I.
411. 411, 101. 101. 10.. 104____________ 33 II 30 201L 1 n n. W. H. i and 9. Block 11100 ____________ Manln.. B. F. __ 1." Lot 2.. Block 801--------------------- Seminole Land '" --' .. ,
Lou 11 and H Block 118_____________ Seminole Land .. Inv. Ca ___ ...{)
Lot ___________________ U II ao 1 '4 Madl':. .e C.-L:-: UJ: a In'O' Co. ___ 1.18 Lot. 1 and I.. lock _______ _____ Dine, S. C. _____ 1.3$ -
.k-i0---- __ ____________________ Dunbar r. _____ .11 '1
__ I... c.... hlo-Dt._ Lots 8. 9. 10. 11, Block 120-_____ Harner r. C. 102Lot. Lot U. Block 111_
..... .f 411 ......t Lok. ........ AdL__ at sa 1M 8 and I. Block 111.______________ Unknown ______ 151 Lot 14, Block 11 L-n_ 8w..n"., F. LI_ ..4 ;!A
_________ _____________________ Sweene. J. R. .81
Lot. I" 101. 480---------------------- II II 80 4 Buckley, J. Eot. 1.68 Lot I. lock 111 _______ ___ Chee.man M. Y. 8011A Lot U. Block .11 .
F ".110. 1..A a .... C.... 11..01._ >t. .. 1. 8. f. Block 182______________ Cloud UtIIi-I lot 18 Block 211\ ______________________ 8ween.. K. D. ... 'v
._ .f All r..L .._.t Lok.AltCr1i Stlle. Co. _____ 8194F Lot a, Block 212___ __________________ Erdman J. K. __ .4 ,2
,"l ________ 36 : 100 ft. of Lot. 2. I, 4. Block 111____ Unknown ___ ___ 3.01 Lot .. Block .18______________________ Seminole Land
: .-- n ;: Land Lot Block 96 .a Inv. Co. ___ 1.1. P:
11 Lob--------------- 3b 15 Bemlnole A Inv. Co. 201 Lot :: Block m:::::::::::::::::::::: : r'hr.; ..:: -::: :.96 Lot. 9 and 10, Block 811______________ Rrown. W. T. __ 1.1'

........1. Load .... C.'s 8..01.- -- Lot 18, Block 145_____________________ Will.. G. R. ____ .6 Lot 10. Block 814.____ ________________ Burton, Wm. __ .84
i ( ..... .f Fr.rU. X% except Lake Lot 14. Block U8._____________________ 1B""lr Land Lots I' and 14. Block 8140 ___________._ Ureen, :1. O. ___ 1.1'
7 . : Co. __. 1.14Lot and 18. Block i0. 1." r
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1 Lote I'. 166 1.L_____________________ 1 U 10 Semlnole Ian 6. lock 150______________________ Htewart I. O. __ .84 Lot.ll,1 Block 316.________::::::::::::: Seminole Lan d
k inv. Co. 1 77k Lot 1. Block 164_______________________ Ballard, H. ____ 1 74 8r. In'O' Co. n_ 1.11
? Lot 166------------------------------_ 1 28 80 1 Davis I L: It. ::: .79 Lot 10. lock 164. _____________________ 11111 W. E. ___ 405I.oot lot 6. Block .lIn____________________ Morgan, r. E. __ .84
( 11._______________________________ 1 211 80 1 Unknown ______ .19 20, Block 155noo _________________ Bruce.. C. ______ 1.74 lot 8, Block h Meer.: K..rMi. .t4tot
Lot e 181 and 131____ ___________ _______ 1 18 96 t Davls. H. W. ___ 1.19Lot 1A>t. 1. S. I. 4. Block 169______________ Seminole Land 22. Block ::::::::::::::::::::: -c ..: :.84

UI__________ ______ _______________ 1 18.0 1 Unknown ______ ..79t a Inv. Co. _.. UI Lot 9, Block $86---------------------- Unknown __ ____ .14
311_______________________________ 1 1..0 I Unknown ______ .7. Lot U, Block 110_____________________ lBe..lr cl and Lot 5. Block 117 ( For 1911 Tax) _______ Burt. M. M. ___ '. .-
t 211._________ ________ ____ _______ I 28.0 1 Unknown ____n .79 :,. 4.11 Lot 10. Block l18.n__________________ Unknown h____ ,84
f Lot .U__________ ____________._______ 1 18 80 1 F.mery: B. r. ___ .19 I..ot U. Block 110______________________ Mllar W. M. __ 18.76 Lot 9, Block 210______________________ Seminole Lan i yk
411____________________.__________ I 26 10 1 Unknown __ ..78.J Lot U. Block 150______________________ Tilton, I. n. ____ 4.06 In'O' Co. ___ 1.11 h
tt:: 11I_____ -------------n--n------ 1 2. ao 1 Huntley, Cha.. .Tt 1A>1. I, I, 1, 4, lock 111______________ St. Cloud HotelZ2I.6t Lot 11. Block 111._-_ ___00_____________ Evan. M. 111. -_ .14' a*
.......1.. Lod a:, ...... C.... .....-.01..f ...- I..t II, lock 181_____________________ Pachlo, M. ___ 405 Lot 10. Block 111______________________ Gibbons. J. D. ..8to .
..... -0------------------------ 8 30.20I Lot 11. Block 112_____________________ Padf"tt. J..1: __ 11.11 8 and 9. Block .11_______________ atton, S. L. ___ 1.0
Lot. 01. .... 401. 191 UL__________ 4 U-.O T Seminole Land 1.01. 5, 8. I'. Block 1IL______________ and Lot 8. Block 827------- _--------------- I Mantn F. A. .81 At.
I a Inv. Co. -- 2.34 8r. Inv. Co. ___ 10.01 Lots 4 and 5. lock U1______________ Finley, H., M. '-- JoI' f
1 Lot lTI_______________________________ t 26 10 1'" Unknown __ ____ ..79k lob 11 and 18. Block IIL________:____ Crane, C. C. ___ 7.81i Lot I', Block 327--------------------- 8nyd..r.. A. ____ .4 #.
Lot 17/___ ____________________________ 8 21 10 IUnknown _ ___ .79 Lot 24, Block 114_____________________ Bemlnole Land lot 15. Block 227--------------------- Unknown 00 ____ ..1 P:
IA>te 111. 2U. 246______________________ 2 18 10 4 Porter, L. M. __ 1.n a Inv. Co. __ 11.1Z Lot 8. mock 882._ _____________________ Ran r. .J. -.-- ... f'
Lot 371 ______._________________________ 2 1..0 1 Unknown __ ____ ,79I Lot 4. I. I. 7. Block 111______________ a n d Lot I. Block 313---------------------- W M d . F. 1.14 '
I Lot .11_______________________________ 9 1ft 10 1 Unknown __ ___ .19 8e"lr cl:,. ___ .c.1I _. ___ .'
Lot 179_____ __ ________________________ I 16.0 1 Unknown ,79d Lot. 12, 14, Block M. Lot 4. Block aun____________________ Uhkno..n ---___ .84' ,
t 17/___________ ____________________ 1 18 80 1 Unknown :::::: :a Lots n' and Vi, Block 9 :::::::::: & ;\ ;:, 1: ___::: tn Lot 18. lock 233______________________ Unknown -------$4. 6",
t 8------------n----------------- 9 .1 10 1 Unknown ____ _ ..7't Lots 1 and 2. Block 111_______________ Cellend r. B. F. 1.48 Lot I. Block 839_______________________ Unknown -------6, t I I.h_____________ 1 28.0 1 Unknown ______ .19 Lot 4. Block 171 ______________________ Beaehall H. ___ ,96 Lot. 1 and 8. Block 342---------------- Meaty ard, A. 111._ 1.11 { *
Lot .01.___ __ _ ___ ___________________ 3 U'O 1 Unknown -- 7' Lot U. Block 111.00 __________________ Stone, R. 1". ____ .911 Lots 14 and 16. Block 84.______________ Rlood. J. P. _n_ 1.Z' Kr!
Lot. .05 and 201__________ ____________ 2 1ft.0 2 Fllnl C. F :::: 1.13376 : lot 18. lock 171 ______________________ Gilmore, J. F. __ .96 Lot 10. Block N4______________________ Beai L.. n d 1,'" .,.
Lot ______ ________________________ 8 II 1(1( 1 Main, F. F. __ __ .19 Lot 15. lock 11._____________________ Curti.. A. H. __ .16 lnv Co. _._ 1.141,,,, ill
Lot 417-_____ ________________________ 2 .11.0 1 Unknown -- .TtLote Lot U, Block 17._____________________ Buck T. L. ___ .t6 I..ot. 11 and 18 lock .45______________ Unknown ______ 1.1'0>
421 416. 451. 410__ __.______ n_____ I II 10 1 Btelnwandel: Co Lot 9. Block 175______________________ Unknown r ______ .18 Lot 11. Block .U______________________ Unknown. -------5}
( .A-. _____ ti__n 210 Lot 11. Block 118_____00 ______________ Seminole! Land Lot: 4..Block 841______________________ Worth Ie,, D. __ J. A
mrmmtmmlr Lad A I..... r... g.bDlvm.f A Inv, "'to. ___ 1.36 Lot 1., Block 347---------------------- Rlchman r. ___ _
NKH mmm KVfc: .' WV4f Lot 8, Block 181______________________ Unknown ___.__ 1.48 Lake Frost A..Ule.. ,, r Z
?y : HRVt ... Hr R.1'I\t.\ --_- --- S. 38 Lot 10. Block 181.- _,._________________ Wilkinson :r. L. 1.48 Lota 1 and 4, Block 871________________ Semlnol. Lan 4 ..
.}, Lot. 148. n,. 1... 261, 284_____________ 1 1..0 I Remlnole Land Lot 11. Block 181 ._____________________ Hoffman :r. H. 1.48Uolcomb. k Inv. Co. ___ 1.21 r
A Inv. Oo 1 88 Lot 22, Block 181_____________________ M. F. 1.48Utta Lot 3. Block 272_____-________________ Unknown. -_____ 1.46
t,. Lot. ]-_______ _______ __________________ 4 26 80 Unknown ______ 68 Lot 17 Block 182--- ______ ___ A SitSemlnole Lots 4 to 10 Inc. Block 172-______ ___ V..t, J. L. _____ 6.44
8________ __________n_____________ 4 26 80 Unknown ____ _ .68 Lots 13, 14. 16. 16: Block 186.::::::::: Landa i Lot. 1 to B Inc. Block 273_____________ Vest r. 1. _____ 3.16. ?
tt;; u------n-----------------------. 4 26 80 1 %Lynn. W. H. Inv. Co. ___ IS 88Hoffman. Lot 9, Block 373.____--________________ Sanborn 11' 11'. 1.11- ,
4 Trustee: .98 Lot> 2. Block 184__ __________________ J. W. 2 02 Lot 4. Block 876______________________ Unknown L31 4 '
Lot 84________________________. _______ 4 26 80 I'%" Unknown 68 Lota 16 and 16. Block 187-_____________ ZobrUke F. L. 4 89 Lot 4, Block 271______________::_______ Semlnol" Land i
', lots 218. 819, SSn 231__ __ ____ _________ 4 24 80 I Moller Oeo. 1.85 Lot 16. Block 18*_____________________ Bt. Cloud Utllltlea a my. Ca __- !.{4x
t. Lot 221, 222. 227, 238. 26S. 214-_ --____ 4 24 80 7 adicett.. J. J. 6 10 Co. ______ SI 61 Lot a, Block 407_______________________ Thlery 111. _____ 346.
Lot 421______________________________ 4 26 30 1 Unknown ..ULot 1A>t. 18 and 19. Block 188____________ St. Cloud Utlll- Lot .. Block 408______________________ Seminole LaD Ja '
422_______________________________ 4 .1.0 1 Unknown -------6$ tlaa Co. ______ IS.S3 In'O' -Co. _._ 2.11 .>
Lote 428. and 424--------------------__ 4 26 80 I Davla. F. R ... 90 -ota 5 and 6, Block 190. Thompaon' A. C. 4.S7 Lots I, T. 8. Block 410________________ Semlnol" Land "
y 3 0. W. Dmmvm aaknivleloB ef Lot ST ___ 11 :a* lie ;,ota 1 and 2, Block 191.ot ..:::::::::::::: Semlnole Laud a Inv, Co, __. 4.16 110i
.i i 1 Lots S and 4. Block D________________ Orlrrln. I. N. ... 149 A Inv. Co. ___ 4.II Lots I and 6. Block 424_______________ O. 0. ._ 36.16
'1' 1 Lot ( and 16. Block D_ _ ________ __ ___ Doop. C. W. ___ 1.48 8. Block 198_ __ ___ Unknown 1.11 Lot 6. Block 480______________________ Seminole Land
YI..U_ It 0_.. ......01"" .... ., Lot. Lot. 9 and: 10. Block; -191::::::::::::::: Tllton/T. B.: ::: 5 64 a Inf. Co. 71 ;p

M mmm 43------------------- H :3* lie Lot 16. Block 19Ln______.__.______ Cole. E. T. ____ 1.74 B..I........ Lot..
4., Iota 4( and TO, .BI lock B-------------:: Cary L. M. ____ 801Kelaey 1.01. 22 and 13. Block 195_____,______ Kent, AMorrl.on _______ 7.14 Lot 43.4T________________________________ Seminole Land
y WIUIa_. W-nivlelea .f Lot 44______ 11 34 lie Lot 24. Block 196______ _______________ M. H._ 1.74 a Inv. Ca '
\ Lot II. 14. IB. 14 and 16______________ C. A. __ antI 1.01. 9 and 10, Block 197______________ Rawaen. T. C. 1.99 Lot ________________________________ Unknown 11.11' ;
I e Lot 18 and SO_____________-_______ --_ Unknown ______ 14R lot 14. Block 197_____________________ Spark., D. J. __ 4 II Lot. 58 and 69,______________________ Boyce, W, H.1 .
I Lot. SS and 26-------------------- Dunlap. __ ___ 8.17 Lot 11, Block 197_____ ________________ Codding. H. W._ 1.28 Lot 44.__________--__________________ Zobrl.kle, F. I.. 1,11 4 1
4 Lot '1. IS. 19. 40. 41 and 42-....___ .__ Mann W. H. __ 25. Lot 18. Block 197_____________________ Conger, W. ____ 1.SS Lot 7.________________________________ Seminole L11 n d
k \. Lot 48. 44. 46. .'. 47. 48___________ ... Mann, W. H. __ 154 Lot 3. Block 198________ ______________ Cheney.. MASummera __ .84 a Cw i,
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'' i. mmm 4U __ -- __________ 11: 2* 30.Tot I-ote 7 and 8, Block 198_________I______ Buckley. J. E.t. 1.23
'iI' ... 14 Block A---_------:::::::::::: R. A. __ ... Lot 6. Block 199_ Harper, E. L. _. Lot 140, 141. 141. 142.________________ Ly n n, W. LL
d rot S. Block BCot ________________________ ,v.'ter.t. I* M. 96 Lota 7 and 8, Block-iii:::::::::::::::: Unknown _-.... d: I Trusts ._ ..4lb.l/
(. Block BLot -_____________________ Meatyard A. B. 6.89 Lot 1. Block 201_______________________ -x Casey, M. J. __. .84 I Lot 144. 141. 1... 147.________________ L W. Iip ,
., !' Block B.______...__....___..._ Mohr, 3. _______ 7.40Lewi Lot 4, Block 201______________________ Colender B. F. .84 i iloOt. 7frustee eL113. 4
s -" Sea140 ft. B of NW cor of Lot 39 run 11 and 12. Block SOI____________ Unknown ...... 1.'" Lot 148, 1... 110 111._______________ '
1 :-Ii ID (4 ft II 110 ft. W (0 ft N 110.ft..._ .. W. U. __ 1.78 Lot 12, Block 202_____________________. Sharp. J. N. ._ ... Tru+bs l:_. 1
r ."!-Ie.! ... fL B of NW oor of Lot $f run Lot 11. Block 202____..______________ _ Unknown ". Lot IIS. IIS. 114 111_______w-___ L1 n W.. ILL.,)
.#d'ti dll.I"tt...A. 1 0 T W I' /t N no ft__ Blount. A. M. __ 1.TS Lot 20. Block SOS____________________. Semlnole LandInv. \ Tra.te.
1"' ::'" /" '- .a_.. mt Co. ._. 1.14 Lot 188, IIT. III. 1S._______________ Lynn. WtaHJ,'' + +
r \ Lot 1 t 'Blook __ ow _____ Meeker C. H. __ .(I Lot 4 Block S04______________ unknown _-... .84 ....
\ 11 Bloek l_________ Steen. 16.a.__ .(4Semlnole Lot. 1 and S, Block, 206j________.__._. Vaurhn o.. ___ 1.111A Lot 110. 14t IIS. ..---------.--.---_ LT
'r It' 1 81oo1t,1r,,.. -.-w..-.N'- ;: Land >t. IS 14. IB. Block S04_______ Fryanty: C. L. __ 1.43 ", LN'. 3210
,\ ,": f' . ., A Inv. Co. ... 1.. Lot. SO and II. Block SOT_________ ., . Land u.I I LOU 114. Ill, 111.. IIT. US---- -- L n Pf, W.r +
(( .. toek' J------------ Water. L. M. __ .(4 ;: Inv Co.
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71 1: Fact, I, Block i_________-. t Unknown ..?.. Lot 3.. Block 43.-_____ i r Brow., :So _._' ,.1' J.ot I..__:._..._______... \, Willis, 5sbo.Joaos '_ J.it
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Brook 4 _._....._._.____._ Ktng B" .._ ..6Tt Lot 15. Block 4l.-. ,._______ 8t.h.n"1'. P-. ;f Be* at tar Daken: and TahroekatlsraSvee : ;
,' i Block T-.....---..-.-...-.?... ; ,3.nkln..' L ._ ..67t Lot 14.. Block 41_____?___ WI..I L ...._ .1 run N-eaat.rly aloar Tahope. '
t Block _______.__...__ "U"knowft ....... .1' Lot II, Block ..___._.___....... Fal r a __...__. are I,.., ft. N 46 ....... W .
Lot Block 5--------. .-..---?.- Eyana 8. ._...... ..1'I Lot '.. Block S.__.___.__._____ M""OIld., M. ._. y1 S1I.4Y ft. thenos la a ".'h.rIF dtreo- *,
I,. Lob. + 5 10. 11. Block ..---..---.. Lan.. M. ---... ..10i.ot Lot I. Block .._.___.___._......_. R.4 fl.s. A. ?., to b.g.--.._.?____.____ South Fla. Lorn*.,' '
1Alok/_..,___..._._.____.___ Unknown ..5TI" Lot 11. Block .4_.__....._..___ BUntol\o 'y!: _. ,17 t 7 Block 1__ _._...___ ____ : Patterson u.. _. ..3Tt Lot II, Block tl.--- T.' Card sn..w ;. ,
.. 1Bloekk..-:-.-?.-..?-.. .. Unknown .-..- of Lola 1 and 3. Block i{......_._ TaYloln. J.E. ..11 Lot ti-- _.. ___ .........' lo. S, LN .
q Lot ._...___.____ Unknown _.__. Let 6. Block .1__._?_._.____ P. .1' Oa.. .' U SNI i48i.... .... 1-0 J '
,Lot 13 Block S_______.________ r Unknown ____ .1' Lot I. Block .1___.?____.____ Clark. A. ___.. .1' Lot I. Block A......... __.-._ "..tr. A. H.Warlac _;;;0 1ti '
Lot ii' Block 0.-.----...-----?- UnkDow" _.___ ,.17 Lot .. Bl ek 45.l.r .,.. r...___ Unknown ,?r__ .1' Lot I B 44 ft of Lot ery B_.,. .. M. .. _,.: .....
Lot 5.BBlOCk-?______..__________ H.rv.7. B. M. Lot 11. Block .1__?_____..___._ B..al\o".7.-':::__._. .I BoIr. .I fl..'. .,. N .. ,' .\ a8E
'ti' 0. ----------_._____ Godbolt" m. ____ .1' Lot =" ran a ItV <*. W iiY'ft.TT144 e .. r
Lot 1. Block --------.----?-__.__? Half A. ________ .1' Lot II.B' Ic.:0.: :: r: :::: ::1 ft B 14S ft.-___.._--...._._.,.._. 11 SI tl 'ltob rt., B.WH L ... LI? '
I' Hloek .--?--------------------- .= 3. -- ..5TL.t Lot i. Block ..___._______...______.. Ar onks. A. J. _oO ..17 ....... A.--
Block .-------.---------------- .. Rtackhou.)1. ..57b Lot f. Block 60___._________.___..._ Vakn.wn ____e. .1'1 Of /%. Block S-----------_..._ aarWo-od, '1f.. ..TT
Lo i. Block 0.______________________. .: :- Unknown _____..: ..5TT3 Lot I. Block .,__-.-_...._._____.___. V"known ._____ Btt of Lot ... Block O.. ._. aka, LlsaJe I,1' C'
t 'i Block I------------------------ Unknown __ Lot 11. Block $7.--.__. Cantr. W. ._u_ ..17 :Wtt of Lot 1. Block O:::::::._ :::. < .".Sl.tt :.! F+

I.. lock 1.__________.___________ Unknown ___._ .1' Lot 11. Block $7--------_ Unknewn _____- fU| ff Lot It.Bl* k O_*e.*.***_e>ek**..__. tern LI l. s .. ". "
t Stock ta________._____________ Blmm.. 3. _____ ..1'Lot Lot 1" Block .T__?__.___......._. _.__. ./7 W\4 of Lot .. Block O....___.________.. jua.. __r_ 7.
. 1. Block 1________________________ Unknown ____._ .1'1 Lt 14. Block .,.._____._.____________. Unknown __.__. .IT LotL Block H_?.._____._._.____. o. o f ul 1 ...? .,
b1 Block Bayne., I. Block 5------------------____ 'Unkown _.
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Lot \0 Block ::::::::-:::::::::::::::: Jobn.on. 1: :::: :Ut tat 1t Block 4------------------ A.4..n. 3.a.IT Lot. S and I, Block Q____._____._..__ Cornell Ire. :1f,1' $,

1f. Block .________________________ Unknown ______ ..1TLot Lot 10.. Block .1_____________________ 8u..pt.. R. ___ .1' A. ..**
13. Brook 9__________________------ Unknown ______ .1' Lot 11. .1______.___.__.____ flam. D. .____. .IT BH Block, R.___?__.____..__...___.. CQ.1L 1tr.i.. I .
tIlL.Block 1----------------------- Unknown ______ .1' Let I'. Bloc .1_______._____________. U..kn.wD _____. .1' 5." -
Lot 1. Block1 ________________________ Unknown 1.----- .1'1 Lot 11. Block 61---------------------- Clark A. _____ .17 I'IW14' of Lot 1. Block B--.-____.._____ Jon'-.
I. Block 11_______________________ D.ret. 3. .n.. ___ .17 Lot 31 Block BE" of Lot 1. Block B_____________ Haa..llt K.... L e'.I
Lot Lot 4. Block 11_______________________ Unknown ______ .17 Lot 2/: Block U:::::::::::::::::::::: 1i :::::: :U Beg 411g It. Wand 10014 It N of BA

5. Block 1 '. Washlntton .6T Lot I'. Block 65___________________. HJacob.. B.L.___ .If cor of NWU of SBti run W 4IIH ft. ,
: Lot 11. Block Ie::::::::::::::::::::: .;. Anderson, L: B..17: Lot 4. Block .._.._____________________ Peterson L. ___ .11' N 109% ft. B 4114 ft. 8 104U ft.___ SI SI SISI 0'0...". Tim Sal 1
1, Lot 1.. Block 11_______________________ Unknown ______ ..1'1tt Lot 1. lock ..________________________ :b.n. A. ____ __ .17 Hog 1114 f ft. N and '614 H ft. W'of 8B .1, .
11. Block 11_______________________ Unknown ___.:.__ .5T Lot .. Block fO________________________ 8utton. i. ____-__ .1' cot of NWU of SEji ran N 1TO ft. .
r v :; I. Block 1._______________________ Unknown ______ .17 Lot I. Block '0______________________ Math.r.,3., D. _.. .171 E II ft. B 170 ft. W 14 ft-_________-__ It SI Hodges Miss ..,. e
Lot 1 Block 15----------------------- Unknown ______ .5'1 Lot I" Block 71________________________ Crawford L. __ .IT Bear NB: our Block W run W 100 ft. 8 \ "
tot I., Block tln______________________ WIlllama T. ___ a6Tf Lot t. Block TI----------r-----_______ Burne. k. ____ .17 71 ft. B 100 ft. N Tl ft._____________ Blenls. R D -_ Sl.ll '
S t 11. Block 1.______________________ 1A..n. H. _____ ..87Lot Lot I. Block 1.______________________. )Jennett, F. ____ .17 W. A. P.tvlek. A........ i
11. Block 11-------------------------IiIte..n.. L. ____ .17 Lot I. Block 11_______________________ PowelL 3. D. __. .11 Bear BB cor Block D run N 10S ft. W ** 'r
Lot 1. Block 1.___.______________ H.nd.r8On. M. .17 Lot 14. Block '11_________......___________ Bin... :I. ________ .If 111 ft. 8 101 ft. E 1SI ft_______.... 47elg.r1 Mrs M. ._f.L.,4T4;,.
;; Block I! Arln.on M, Lot 11. Block f.___________________-'.__ H.Tnaa A. ____. ..nLot A. ..l..f 1,31
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Lot 1. }flock 14__:::::::::::::::::::::: Hines. k _:::: : '. Block 71_______________________ Solomon O. __J_ .1'1 Ntt Lot 1. Block O____________ H., 1.. ,
, Lot .. Block 14________________________ -- IiIm It h. 8. O. ____ .17 Lot I. mock 74___________________...___ Cooper .1. W. __ .17 Bear NW cor Block I run B 41H ft 8 Th.r. W/r, '". <
Lot I. Block 14_______________________ Fourman 8. ___ .5'1 Lot I. Block 74________________________ Floyd C. T. W. 11 101 ft. B 14 H ft. 8 10 ft. Wft.. ., I; '
Lot 0, lock 14____________,.___________ Henderson M. ..67l Lot f. Block 14_______________________ Unknown ______ .11 N 111 ft. Dsvldson. 1.
Lot 'I. Block 16________________________ -. W..tbur. F. B. .17 Lot .. Block 11_______________________ Unknown ______ .61 Lot I less b-------------------------- A a
.' Lot Block 11--------------------------' Willeon. E. ---- .57 Lot 7. lock 15______________________ E."n. 8. ______ .IT 147.41 ftB 49 ft. 8 147.41 ft Block O :..... Mrs J.
,t Lob Ii I and II, Block 15______________ Hln... E. ____u .18 Lot I. Block 15________________________ L.s.ne.. E. R. __ .1'1 T..1.! --.! -.--- ".ST
...'I.! Lot I. Block 11_______________________ ,_ Unknown _____ ..57'I' Lot 10. Block 71__________ _____________ Rlchard.on, L. .1'1 Fract. Lot I less bear NW cor run 8
Lot 4. Block 1/________________________ Unknown .-- .51 Lot 15, Block 15______________________ Unknown ______ .1'1 I 140 ft. N 40 ft. W 140 ft. ..
aLo t I. Block 1. .. .__ Covtngton E. W.. ..67d Lot 7. Block '1100_____ _________________ Hayn... A. ____ .5'1 BI.I ---------------------------- Nelson Realty
Lot I. Block 15------------------------ Unknown --____ .1'1 Lot 15. Block 7/______________________ Anderson, L. B. ..67Lot7 Co.--..-.... 4Johnston.
Lot Block li---------------------- Unknown Block '1100_____________________ Unknown ______ .1'1 Fracn Lot 4 N of A C L Ry less E 41 .1 w'd
<,- I.ot l1i and 14. Block 1._______ _______ McLeer. E. n__ .18 Lot U. Block 18______________________ Watson. C..I ____ .6T P__________________.._____ Nelson Realty
rt Lot 4 Block 1/_______________________ Unknown ___on 67Fraclf. Lot Block Wayman W. Co. __u_"__, 40
, \ Lot 3, Block }i : -------5; Lot \ Block .Ti:::::::::::::::::::::: Derby. lie :_:: .n Lot .. Block V Krlts. J P. ; Lit

l' Fractl.: Lot 11. Block'h::::::::::::::: :::::: :.67 Lot 11. Block 11______________________ Canty. W. ______ X67 BU of Lt I ----------------r----- '

Lot 11. Block 11__________ _____________ .. Unknown ______ .57 Lot 16. Block 7.0. ____________________ Unknown ___On .1? Block -- ------ ----_- _----- flp nsl.r. L. S-ji t "
Lot U Block 18____ ____ _______________ Unknown ___:__ .57 Lot I. Block RO________________________ Unknown ______ .61 WVi Lot 1, Block W: 111 '
Lot 4. Block 19_ ___ ____________________ Unknown ____ n .57 Tot I. Block 80------------------------ Unknown ______ .57 Lot 1. Block BB__ J. ::::::::::::: ::: :r.nc.Htn

Lot I. Block 1/_______________________ Darby D. ______ .57 Lot I. Block 10n_____________________ Maning. G. A.. .n oLt .. Block BB_______________________ 4
Lot 8. flock 10____ .__-y.__________ Johnson J. 8. 00 .57 Lot 4. Block RO______ _________________ Oroome. 3. W. .1'1 W 10 ft. of Lot S. Block DD___..______ Gibert. 8. S.I4
Lot 11. Block 1._______________________ Miller, I.. --___ .51 Lot I. Block 80_______________________ Peterson C. W._ .57 Let 1. Block 1____________ ____._____ W.Un. J. W. HIMcLanrin '
' Lot U. Block 1100 ______ __ _____________ Jacobs. M. _____ .57 Lot .. Block 80________________________ Unknown ______ .57 All Blocks 10 SI and I. 8 of A. C. i'
Lot 11. flock 11_______________________ Langley .J. ___ .57 Lot 14. Block 10______________________ Unknown ______ .5'1 L, Ry _______________ _______._____. H. L. 10.41
Lot 1. !0 --- lifckh'.d''o: ; : U Lot I. Block A ________________________ Unknown ______ .11 All Block II------ ---------__ -1---T Mrs, w
Lot 4, :,kk2 0 ::::::::::::::::::: : :E.:: : Lot 11. Block O______________--------_ Bailey. A. _____ .17 : Er-sr . 1180
Lot I, Block 2n.n___:::_ W/1116m./ B. ___ .17 Lot. 14 and 11. Block ______ _______ Bmlth. 8. O. ___ ... Bear 100 ft. W of NB cor of Block 14 ,'.
Lot Block 20 rr 'kdDen. 1.01. II and I'. Block 000 _____________ Unknown ___ ..1 run W 10ttB 140ft.E/OftN ,
Lot l: Block ::::::::::::::::::::::: _:::: :U Lot 2.. Block 0_______________________ Henderson A.n_ .1'1 140 ft. _______________________._____. Rolfe. W. N. -_ I.... k
U. Block 10----------------------- Floyd. C. T. W. .57 Lot 17. Block G-_ Hampton W. __ .1'1 W. O. Baa* A....... ,

tats 1. 1. .. 11. 11. 14. 16. Block 11. ___ Pmlth R O. ____ 1.24 All Fract Block Hn_______________ 'Balley. 8. D. ___ ..1 Lot t_ ______________________________ P.ae"t H, ____. 1.1'
I Lot I. Block 21 ___ _______ ___________ . Unknown __h_ .57 All Frect Blocks I and .J_____________ Unknown ______ ItO Lot 4_________________________________ Wo JT. _? 1.41 ) T
Lot 4 Illock 11 ____ __ _______________ Unknown ----- ..67FraetI. K5.14.' "a... Addltl... K. L L..l.r. AAUtl. t a-
. Tot 7. Block !1 _ _____________ Unknown ------ ..57Fracl Tots 1 and 1 w"c.R: Block ___ Tyler. Wm. ____ 111 Lot 4__--_--_-------_------- ___'__ Pat _. 1.01
!, Lot 8. Block ___ ____ ______ Unknown _n_ _ .57 Block 11 W of By except 100 ft. off Lot 11____ __________________________ Johnston. W. B. 1.11
Lot U. Block 2l_______________ ______. Atevenr. J. P. n .57 B end or Lot 8______________________ Hughes. Robt. 4.11 J. W. L.UF. A..I.._ '
Lot 111. Block 21 ___.__ ___. ___ Unknown ---- -- ,67Fractl Beg 110 rt. N of 8E Lot 1. Block 22. ____________... '. Unknowna57 A. C. L. Ry run N 10 ft. W 100 ft. A. H. .... .'.; ..B..I>lv4ele* ., MMef i

Fractl Lot 2. Block 2E__ _____________ Unknown nh .57 fI 50 ft. E 100 ft.n ______ __ _________ Waddl., W. D. 308B..wella KV4 NBV4 .* NWtt..._ _.---- M a ,
Fractl. Lot .. Block 22________________ tTnknown ------a57 a.b_Dvl.l.. ., Pay. Lots I and 4. Block I._......---------- Hargrove. W. 8. l.ll )
s Fracll. Lot 4. Block 12. __ ___________ __ Unknown ---- .57 1a,.... Addltl.. 9. H. ..1. AddlOl... '
, Frarl lot 5. Block 21___ __ ___________ Unknown ------ .67 Lots 1 to 7 Inc.. and 11. 1.. I.. 17. 15. I All Block '4. Robert Ba. addition and ,
, ,'\' Fracll. lot 8. flock U________________ Unknown -- .57 and 1. Block A_____________________ Willson :1. M.__ 4.11 ; All Block 1, 8. H. Butler's addition N
Fracl Lot 7. Block I.______ _________ Unknown __.. .57 Lot. 9, 10. Block A ". E. 1.41 except 100 ft. square In NB cor of
'. Fra..1 Lot R. Blnrk 22 _ ____n_______ nknown ----00 ..57I.ola Lot. fil and 16. Block ::::::::::::::: ,If.r a- I said Block IKlaaleasae_________ ____u_____ JI'1In dt Hornsby _. 11.1
11 and 11. flock 12______________ Flmlth.8 O. __ _ .IIK Zack 4 n Hetajata. ,
. Lot U. Block 22. __ ._____ _____________ F..rr..lI, I. ---- .n Lot 20, Block A.______________________ Johnson---p..rl-------_ 1.2' Lot 61________________________________ McLean. O. C. .Tt ,
,: Lot 14. Block 22----------------------- M..II. M. .J._ .57 lots U to In Inc.. Block B.. n________ WIII.on, J. M. ..84 I Lots nand O3-. __ Hansell. R. M. 1.11
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' Lot 1. lnrk 2R. 00 ___________________ hnknown ---- 00 .57 P. H. P. I)......... AddUI.. Lot 44_________________ ____________. Gordon. P. J.. .,. a
LAt !. Aleck 23. ___ _ _. ______ _______ hnknown ---_ _ .6 7 Tot 1. Block A------------------------ I B.II A. B. --- 903 Lot 9S_______________________________. Hunter. F. F. .79
1 t Lots a. 4. 5, 1. R. 10. 12. U. 16Block n 21_ Flmlth. A O. -. - 1.47 [Ate 6. 6, 7, R, Block ::::::::=:::::: \\d n, A. L:: I11 Lot. 114. 111. 1100 __________________ Lbtt.r. F. 8.. LIT .

. Lot 1. Block 24 _ _ __ 00 ____ _________ Or..n. I. -- - ..57h Lots I. I, S, 4. Block F________________ Davld.on. A. L. '..01l..ot. Perk.Lot ,
Lot I. Blork 2/ __ ____ __ ______ _____ Ilnknown - - .57 .. 2 and fI, Block G____ ____________ n..ed. J. 787I.ote 1. Block 1__n____________________ Norton Mrs.. F, )
Lola a. 4. 5. 6. 7. 12.13, 16. Block Z4 Havn.. A. - - 1.85 7 and R. Block __ __________ Thorn.... Walter 7.22 H _... ...... .
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Tent R. Illo-k 2. Unknown 00-- .57 ltobl..e. Add.n.. Lot 4. Block 4 Johnson D. D.., .,. >
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'- Lot 0, fleck 2. Ilnknown ___n. .67 Lots 7. 8, 9. 10. Block 1_______________ BI.kerdlk... MlsaLlula ots 9 and 10. Block II_______________ Nelson. A. 8. _. 4.11
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." l T Lot 10. Block !4----------------------- Evans. nn_ __ .57 _______ 14 11 lots 4, 6. 4. T. Block 16_____.__._____. Baker. J. H. __ 0 1.14 \ ,t + 1
; ,, Lot ULlllnck 24_________ _____________ Jackony W A .57 Tote 4 ,tnd 6 Block 86A Lots' 4 and T. Block 15---------------- Bal.1 D. M. .1 1.11 ,
./ Lot 4. Block 25---------------------- HRr"r. F -_ _ ..57f' 14 Lot 2, Block\ 3_ __::::::::::::::::: Johnson. W. 'T:: 5.84 A. K. .. .'. 9eb-Dlyl.l..1 M'Vi efSKM ( :

Lot 5. Block 25____ _____ _____________ UnknownLot. __.n .57 4h lots I and 6 and All Lot t. Block 6_ Has... H. T. .___ III 57 of KKH mmm 914 .f 8 HH4 of \\ .
5 Block 25.___________ ..RA lg27 Lot 1. Block 1________________________ MCN811 Jose __ 11.1B HKVi ., eK14------------------------ 14 SLots I. ,
,f' Lot 11.' 71l1R. lk4. 55.__n__ _____________ __ Lew1L :_:::: : Lot 10. Block 6______ _________________ M c Me. n t 10 n. I. 4. 6. 8. 9, Block 4_._____*_____. xrpcLat1n O. C. ..; |.1.
Lot U. Block 2I..n ___ ____ ________ hnknown .h .57 Amanda ----- '.'1 Lots 1, 2. .. T. Block 6_________________ VcLainTo. e ..T ...
. Lot 1. Block 24-------------------------- known '_n .51 Beg FlW cor of Block 7 run E In ft. Lot. 4 and 4. Block I____________.__. Korton., Mr.. +
Rr"I'r 4. 6. S, T. 8. Block T_____ __ _____ Ll I lard. K.'JC"a'ill .'
Lot. I. I. 4. I. 7. B. 10. 11. 11. 15. Block N 47 degree. W loa ft. to an alley. I.u ,
iAi. 16 ___________--______ __ __ ________ hnknown nn 1.8R thence S U d..r..... W' IT % ft. along 1 and I. Block 8__________._.__..* McLean. O. C 1
.... Lot 1. Block ILn-_____ _____ ________ Bowen. N A. -- .57 Bald alley to beg; also N14" of Lot .. Lot I. Block 8----------_":,_.---. Fox, A. ... .90
, Lots I. 4. I. 10. U. Block 28__ ___ ___ Haynes. A. ---00 1.02 Block 7 R R Co survey------- J. H. 11.13 Lots I and 7. Block t_____?___._,____. Mc ,s.n..0. d ..;Ml
Lot I. Block 28____________________n____ Flh..rfinl N. B. :- .O7'N All Block' ? :._______________::::::::: Bran;;. A. 8. :: 6.43E4 : Lot, .. Block 10_________________....'-- Mcaa 0 C'1 .,.'0
Lot 14. lock 211__________________ ute d. P. __ ..57Lot. Lot 4. Block .16__._________________ Ande..on. Ma.- Nix mmm I.awMB-e Addition, !. '
t 5 16. Bloak 21______________________ -----_ .57 ___n_ .1 Lot 11. Block 1-----___-________.___. Bhr'apton. C'C., i '>,7I \ ,
' 1.ot I', Blo"'" --______ Hnk)>own ----- ..67t,1. W% of Lot 4 less W 45 ft.. Block 15- Top mp.on. Bar- Or..lstt.d Lad.. :'.<., ," ..rNB14
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"" A , Block 59._______._____________. Coo le.. A. ---- .61 .' ________1.71 of. 8E" and AU NW% ot'SEl4 : " ., .
'I i.. '', t.. Block 1.________________________ Hoop..r.. A .1' F. 1. A I. 4'.... AAA1el.r E of A. C. L Ry .xcspt KI.lmm. ,J .r".0. :'.'r'. 'r 17 1. ,' '1 ,"- '
,.t. I, I. I. f. 4 10 Alock .0___._____- .... 1." tots 1. If I. 4. $9. 10. 31 $2. '0._ Hultman 8. B. tl.'O H.igbts and land owned. w Nlmlt.' . I. +" { .
7.ot. 1. f. I. 1ti! h. 11. Block .1._____ Ha nos A .1.4Lott Tots 11 and 1---------------_...... Ca..I...._ M. D. 11.7' Long. Rtaufer and I.I. ,_. ____. 1 f.1. ,a.yl1sMIII.r 3.W _. lid44! tt
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0.a Lot ,Block It. Glenn. 10. ,61 Lot 8----------_. : Unknown.------.55 I. b.1 JIO '.' .. .
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h. Block if-----_________________ AI.t gn.1 L. i' Liz Lot. II and 10_______________________. Darl.y B. L. .. ..0 ft. N of 8111 cor run N .aT ft + \. t .
tot 14. k1____n.n__________ WWII.r a k :1-- Lot !4______________________________- 3ack.on. So: F. __ .1 ft 8 .n ft. E 110 fL______ ___- 11-1 It J Nd.on;.. A: S':10.9/ Gr {.
p Lot 3. lock li___nu____________ kam... J. T. .IT Lot !9________________---------_______ Jagk.on, 11.n Beg 110 yd.. N of 8111 our o8W14 of .. : .1
Lot t, Block 1/__________ _______ Unknown -----_ .57 _----: 1.14 5Wl4 run N "I 'pa W 59% yds. 8 9'
Lot I. Block .4. ___________nu__________ __ n__ __ .57 Lot I4________________________________ W 10\ rapoon, U' yd.. E .% yds.----------------- 1 I 7 Jon.u L .? '.n ;,
Lot I, Block 55----------------------- .17 1.01 RW14 of BE"' -_________ I / oll., A. ___,,.....T I

I. n. U ____ __ Ha Hn"nownA------ 1.01 Lot 180. ______________________ __ ______ 8mlth. Dal.y __ I.U A1y of 8y4 of NF0% of NW i4-----_ I11 I Latbrop. O. m. ,111
foot I. Block .5_____ Bto-k_16--________ La .ran. L. -- n .17 McBla.ebard 8.h-DI.. of Le. 04. IW% of NE" of NW14 of __. 880 .1 L.Ch.PlU. y

Lot .. mpck 36_________________ ______ 8.1 ------ .N Lot !1 ______ Debo.a ,83 .... t.w,
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Lot 14. bck $6----------------------- e. JAJ. _n 0. .17 Lot 16------:::::::::::::::::::::::::: Sam.. D.: _:: :: :.11 Beg '.1% ch.. E and 1/ id.-5( .f IW "

..,J. Block 11__________ __ Hnyne.' -- -- LOt Lot 17________________________________ WIIII.m.. Sam_ ..65Be. c. 8W" of NWI4 run J .' t
Lot.41H8oek8,51f0__ _______________ Hennlnra H. -- .n .. S'V ror of Lot liT run N no ft. E ) .. N 10 yd.Web 10 y a 8 ...-- I. I I Orndorlr. R J. x.81

Let 11. lock II________ ______ ______ Unknown n_;__ .51 111 ft. P no ft. W 116 ft.n King B. _______ '.41 . ,
u __ Lot. 1 and t_______________________. Phillips,
Lot 1. Block 11___________ ___________ n__ ..67f W. H. Kt.. S.h-DIv..f I.5 0,. C. 1.1'
,'" Lot .. Block .7________ ___:___________ Unknown Hn ____ u ..51Lot. Tot. 1 and 1- Burney' H. 1.14 Lot .1______________________________ Pi.l'a., 1. L .,. 1f
1. 'I. I. U. 15. Block 11_____ ______ arnnoeawn ---- 101 Lot. 11 and 11::::::::::::::::::::::: McNoli. J. _:::: 514 Ol..t ._.A..I.... .
Lots ________________________ ., .__.
Lot 11. Block 11__ ____________________ ---00- .17 T.ot 81. .X 4.97
lot 1.. Block .7_______ _______________ Unknown ------ .67 Lots ICij,-lii: :::::::::::::::::::::: t ; lrej.l'_:::: U; West KI____ 1 ,

+) Lot. I, 4, I 6. a. Block /8.___________ Haynos. A. __on 1.0' Lot. .5 and 11________________________ Marten 8. __u_ 5 II All except Lot I. Block 1 ___ ______ Hot A. 6. .___. t." )
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Lot IIloc 11_________________ ____ ----- and 8A 1 .
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]1b1, Block 1.___.______ _______ _____ ----- and 40 .
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Lot; Rlook it Unknown _____ .57 vWeJSlI Dyle'. b-niTlaloM.. .1 All Block 86___ __ \ Van der )(..rsch "
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( ..ot II. 'Block 18______________ ______x_ Unknoirn ______ 67 Ked,,;, *, BS. M. ST. SM.Lotlr14. A. ----.r. 1..1 '
Unknown _.____ 67 __ ___ Unknown ___ 1.01 .1.
Lot II Block U----------------------- 17' 18, 19, 10. Block A u I 4__________________ _______ Cook D. K. ___
Lob and 1.1
Let. 1, I. I. II, 7. 8, I. 11, Block II Haynes A. Un 156 lots 1. 1. Block D__________________ Unknown ___ ._ .T9Plummer -
w' Lot I. Block 19 ---- Clalr P. CUnknown _____ 67 Lots 19 and' 10. Block DLots ___________ R. D._ 41 Lot. 17. 15. 19. 10______________________ Nelson Aril. ___, '..7 .
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____.. 57 Unknown ______ 101 Lot. and 11__ _ __ Rolf. T. 111. ..fl
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Lot 10. Block 19____ .__ ___________ 1 to 6 Inc. Block BLots __ I mt
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Lot. and 49 1el.on A. 8, '
Haynea. A.Unknoirn ____ 1.11 Unknown ______ 1.01 u 1
Lot. 1. 1, 4. I. 6. 10. Block 40_______ __ 1 to I Inc. Block F.
ot I. Block 40_______________________ ___... .67 Tx>ts 10 and 11. Block O___ _____.._____ Ballette B. O. __ t 14 All N of Ry Lot /1__________...__.__ NcCarmack, A. 1

Lot .. Block 40_______________________ Unknown ______ .67 White n..y......'. S.fc-I>lvl.le. ..fLo'1 Lot. 11 and TI________________________ NHson _L 11
Moseley. I. ____ 67 .
Lot 11. Block 40______________________ f lot Sn. _____________ ___ ____ H.rrlck J ..
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Unknown __.... 67 : Whit. P. O. ... 1.IIMcLaurln. Lot 1.
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Lot 11, Block 40______________________ Smith. 8. O. ___ 18 II It. 14_- ___--________. Lot .0________________________________ Nel.on'L: f.___ 1.15 .. t
Lot. 1 and 1. Block 41___..___________ FtekreM dubDlvbla .* L.4 '_ r
and 9/_____ _________ _______ M Calllsbr
Haynes. A. ___. 10 T..t : H. L. .... Lob u W.
Lou 1, 1. I. I Block 41_______________ 1. 9. 10- ----------- ------__ __ I uLots
',j Lob 1. 4. T Block 41.-- ._____u______ Haynes. A. ... .79 Ber 106 ft. 8' of NW eor of Lot 71 run Ingram. 1.01
S t. Block 41_______________________ Plummer, R. D. .67 B 117U ft. 8 106 ft Wl7Vt* ft. N 10' and 105---------------------- L- -. .ii
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tat 1. Block 44. Lott. B. '________ .17 106 ft '. __ ____ Hammond. N. ._ S.IIHolland. Lot. 1'1 and 115 ram 5.71 t
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e Lot S, Block 44_______________________ Evans. 8. _.--_. .''1 Ber tin f--------: nor of loA run and 4 1.- B_ ____ .____
r Lot I. Block 41______________________ Unknown __ _. .67 B 117* ft 8 101 It W IIT14 ft N Lot. I Block .B_________________________ O..taw.3o Fait. 1.15 j
d Fraster. C. H..__ .67. Mule Ill Lot f. I .7'
.. Block 41________________________ .
toot Be1064tft. and 1t. Block H___ __.._ Rolf. T. 1
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1. Block 4T T1
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Brown A. ___. .67 Ku... W. ___
1 ot S. Block 4l.- 45 ft. W110ft.N41ft! B111ft__ --- t 41
Block B_______________________ 7tolfa r. E.1.
ot 11 Block 4T______________________ Neater. W. C. __ .67 ,, P. _rk. C------------------------ olte. O. J____ ..f
__________ Unknown ____.. .17 lots 11 and 14. Curry. F. L Lot I. Blok \ N
','+ t.114 and k15TBlock 4T._.__________ E .I..tOD. W. .St 1 Tots 41 and 44-::::::::::::::::::::::: Enrlish, John-.. Itt: Lot Lou I.Block Block________________________________ \ r Bavag.. e 1.4 +
( Lot 14. Block 4T______________________ Unknown____.._ .17 Lot 81 less beaNB W 111 ft.. I. Block .--------- P 1.1 y

Lot I. Block 41_______________________ ____.. ..IT.6T 8 111 ft B 111 ft. N"5af'L____-____ Hansell W. T.__ 4.14 Lot Lot I! Block D-----------------------D______________________ V..owl O. .._ .,.
Thomas T. T. .
7 tAt 4. Block 41-______________________ R.-..* B.r A..tI i iAll
i Lot T. Block 49________________________ Tanner A. B __ .67 AH Block AL -_______________________ Tyler. Ro.a5.81 1.4.0.1.ten. H.._ ____ W. ri Edwards
.. Block 49_______________________ Mawe14 M. J. ..IT.IT ....._..._ .....DIY..... of Bl.eke DL Block A n._.__- +'
+ Tat 10. Block 49______________________ Murphy Oeo. ., ..4 IL I 6 1 10, 11, 14. .
Lot Block A/ Haynes A. _._. ..IT.IT Lot .._______________________._.;______ Saunders' Daisy 4.II J.ot. f. 1. 1. 4.
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Lot .. Block 10_______.________________ Johnson, A. ... Lot. 4, .. It__________________________ Cheek.. J. A. ... I.It Block. Wwird.g_.ma.11 "<"!
Let 1. Block 111____________?_________ Smith, 8. O. ___ .''1 Lot 14 ____________.__________________ Oaulden Bob __ 4.If Lots to U Block B------------- W w.r. A Edward. 0
C Lot 11. Bloek 10________?___________. Unknown .___.. ..17.IT WH Block EL.-ii------------------- Salmon, Alonso. 411Rearers. I Ine :._ : u.Jt. .
Anderson Q .. :
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w L.t.J. Block Si------------------------ Boone AIB. .. .17 Lot 4.All ..---...........-..-......-......-. L a- IDo WwirAig_
'i Lot 10. Block 11____________?________ 1 ___ srema I.IT Lob 7 to 12. Block C_________ Waring EA Lt t
}. Lot 11 Block It--------____________ Johnson J. ____ .1' Block LL_________________________ Randall -j--:: 141 Ino r ._ : u. i
1 t .. lock .-------.---..-.--.---- Lane.Brown,MHolden. A.. __________._ ...57.h W-4, Block PL_____..______________ Hadler. Joseph. I.IIChlsolm. Lob 1 to 10 lna. Block C__________ W'r I n. A-Sward. { u
t llioek 11----------------------- .IT.IT 9.b.mya. .f BI.ek 4.4 _
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c. f Lot I. Ik ---------------------- Unknown ...... .ITIT Ntt of Lot 4__________________________ Reed John ___. 4 04 rrI .1w. la
Lot I. Block .------------------------ Hlnes B.Unknown. ______ I Lot SBM _________________________________ Porter N. ___e. 404 Lots I to 1 Inc. Block D______________ W. r...'A Ed- Li
t I. Block .t_______________________ ...... .IT less bear. NB cor run 8 78 ft. W 91 .... 1.11 ;
1 1r;' Lot 4 Block 1.._______________________ Unknown ...... .17 ft. N 74 ft. B 94 ft. Block UL______ Bass, Chaa. __._ 4 17 Lot. and Block D_ __ _____. W .4.t"- )! a
d A, t 11. Block 14_____.________._____-_ Unknown ...... .17 BeaNB cor Block 4 run 8 lit ft. W 91 1. : .M- '
t ; Lot 11. BIk 14______-____________ Unknown ._____ .67.IT ft N 150 ft. B tI '.J't.-----u--_.__., Jarrell A. B. __ 4.41Jarrell. Lot. and Block D _____ ____ W 1c- Ju' ( r
4 ,Lot. Block 14__________?__________ Brown. A.- Bear SW cor Block run N 110 ft. ... 1 1. u ward. '
Lot 11 Block 11---------------------- Unknown .____. ..IT.IT 91 ft. 8 110 ft. W 16 ft______________ A. B _- IT.14 Lot. 11. I' 10. Block D.______.._ ,
i t" Block 11----------------------- unknown _.__.. ..87l 1 and 1. Block I_________________ Ford Wm.. .... I ? _. WwirAig .Ed1.66 .;, .

" t 1: Block ----------------------- H. __ ..1Tf Lot S. Block 4_____________________._ I.It Lot. 11. Block D___.._______ N4-
\\(1" Lot 11. Block -------------------- Unknown ___... Lot. 4, I, 1. Block 4__________________ Hell T J. Eat. 10 II I. 1. WwirAig& UI P'cLots '
!''" t 11 Block 11____ ______ Clark A.FerrelL ______ .1' Lou land .. Block II________________ Mt.. 1400 I. I. and I to Ina. Block E_____ W.r ag '
'It t' Lot .. Block i3-----________------ LAnderson. ____ Lou Tand 4. Block 11________________ Minx. Mrs. C. t w.rI .54Lit .
110" i Lot 11 Block 1l- L B._ .17 A.. BstFlemlns ___ 4 14It _____ __ ___ tl
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... Lou lL 14 1 Block /7 ----- Neisoe A. .... .T9 Lot 1. Block B____________.______._ ;, D:Bst.: 'II Lot Block G----------------------- V.k..w. ..1 eta
, 'h.... Lot I. Bloek I ----.--.-=N.---. M.Crawford. ____ ..IT.IT Lot 4, Block B___________.___________ Roberson Blls 1 --- .. .t' ,.
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LoLotoand t Block -------.--.-.-...-. .-- norst J. H.Wilds. ._. .67 W tl ft. 8 It ft. B 94 ft. N It ft ____ Campbell. W. O. HIT I ,\ ,il
.1F 1*. I. Blocki_.----.----- .H.dray. ___ .1T; NH of Lots and I. Block D_____.____ McLean. 0. C. 17.Bmlth. .14 County plc :: :
( t 0 Block 5t .-------..... B.: _..... Bear MB: cor Block M run W, tt ft 8 It Oscola PJorda' '
f: ; 1 i. Block 61---. .i...--. Unknown ...... It;' 6 fi B II ft. N It ft._________.__ J. H. ._ tail ,' : .,"
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I l t t. Block 35- ..n.. ---. Anderson. L. B.ajinlna .1' Lots I and 4-------:?-_-.-..-- Colbert\. A. W. 4 9T Meta Marion B. WhiU, prefossor 'o Great CenlTale'Ra111I/ly"Nm-i.1, ; :
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S' HIGH STANDARD MERCHANDISE WITH PRICES ANCHORED; TO THE LOWEST LEVELYou oM



well know that it has been our policy for many years to put on a Sale such as this, and we offer to our many

f customers and friends the opportunity of saving money on necessities in our lines. We have many good values awaiting -.

I you, so be sure to avail yourself of this money-saving event I

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y :; Hosiery Hints t i Wash Goods :,i

In our silk department we .
w The best Silk Hosiery to be t expect to give some of the best Every piece of White and ;

found in the city-Gordon;: ; values ever before shown in Figured Goods will have a tag '. ter

Phoenix, McCallum and Onyx., i. this store. Cr. DeChine, Cr. showing the regular price, also ':;t

,?; Many other good numbers in Meteor, Silk Crepes, Messaline, the sale' price. Some rare \,_..1

Taffeta Silk Poplin plain and "
lisle and silk lisle. bargains to be found. r
Dresden. Watch for the many

good .values. .

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I FURNISHINGS LADIES' READYTOWEARA MEN'S FURNISHINGS ;. '
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SHEETS- FEW SPRING SUITS AND LIGHT-WEIGHT COATS AT ONE- (8i50( and $20.00 All Wool Suits______________________$12.50 ,i I :
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"I 90x90 81x90 Euneida.Euneida. 85c 75c grade grade Sale Sale Price Price______________________61c 70c SKIRTS- THIRD REDUCTION. .$15.00 and $16.50 All Wool Suits______________________$10.00 ,,.i)' :.
..-. 81x90 Mohawk. 85c grade Sale Price____ 70c assorted from $10.00 Blue Serge All Wool: Suits______________________,$ 7.98 t... ;'1 j
------------- One lot Silk Skirts styles $12.50 to $15.00
__".. 81x90 Udca $1.00 grade Sale Price________rm-__________--___82c your _ PILLOW CASES- One lot of Odd Skirt,priced. $3.50 to $8,00. special sale price $2.98 price it restricted by the manufacturer. .', ' "

t' .42x36 Euneida,18c grade Sale Price___-_________________14e PALM BEACH SUITS, BEST MAKES-:- .* <'
$9.00 Norfolk Sale Price ,
42x36 20c Sale Price____________________J16c grade -------- ---------------$7.48
Mohawk. grade. All Other Skirts 1-5 Off -I .,,:
t 42x36 Hemstitched 25c grade Sale Price__________________19c I- $8.00 grade Norfolk Sale Price._._____________________$6.98 .;
$7.50 grade, plain and grey Sale Price__________,______$6.48 .<:
/i 4M BED SPREADS WAISTSOne Odd Pants___________,______________________----____$2.89UNDERWEAR \; :1
$1.00. $1.25. $1.50. $2.00. $2.50 $3.00 and better all at lot of Waists, some soiled your choice-25c f .k;

/ tC ONE-FIFTH OFF. New styles in Waists;ONE-FIFTH materials. Crepes OFF. Japs and fine Lawn $1.50 Union Suits.- Sale Price______________________.__$1.19 ).,/,, j

4 } $1.00 Union Suits. Sale Price____________________________79c r": -,]
x Table Linens Gowns Princess Slips, Underskirts, Combinations and all other $ .50 Union Suits, Sale Price____________________________41e "
I 1-5 Off 1 Muslin Underwear ONE-FIFTH OFF ALL OTHER UNDERGARMENTS AT REDUCED PRICES. \


r Amoskeag Apron Gingham this sale___________________,____7c oooooo o.oooooooooooooooooo ooo.ooooooooooooo k I All Wool Pants 1-5 Off 1 rl
_a Katz Stands for QualityVisit f SHIRTS .

: I Mosquito Bars 1-5 Off I this Sale and Let. $3.00 Silk Shirts Sale Price____________________________$2.48 a :
$1.50 Arrow Brand Shirts. Sale Price____________________$1.19 r"
\r r Us Prove It $1.00 Katz Special Shirts, Sale Price______________________84c rJ
Renfrews 32 15c ,
,.' 50 pieces this sale of ________Zephyr_______Gingham___________inches__________grade_____lie $ .50 Dress Shirts, Sale Price__________________:_________41c {, '.
_ Stetson Hats $6.00 $5.00. $4.00 $3.50 grade }".1r f

25 pieces of Madras Gingham. something extra in quality; the '36-inch Bleaching free from starch________________________8c ONE-FIFTH OFF. '"
t regular price per yard 25c this sale____________________17c Androscoggin Bleaching. I IIJ/.C! regular price Sale Price_______9c $5.00 Panama, good quality. Sale Price__________________$3.98 Y I
$ All other Hats ONE-FIFTH OFF.

__ : 10 or 15 pieces Crepe; some good Kimono designs; other good WORK CLOTHES- f..l 1'1'a
All Calicos 5 Cents
.i! Dress Patterns. 20c and 25c value for this sale__________15c I I $1.00 Overalls Sale Price-------------------------------84c .
\ a 90c Overalls. Sale Price____________.?.-----------_______79c /: tip-,-
j 1 TOWELS All Sheeting from 6-4 to 10-4, - 1-5 Off $1.50 Work Pants____________________________________$1.19 t'' "
.;; Only the best grade in Percales Sale Price________________9Ve $1.00 Work Pants Sale Price____________________________84c t >, :,r
,j 'Hemmed Huck Towels, lOc grade this sale________________ / GINGHAMSBates Mechanic Make Blue Bell Chambray Work Shirts____________39c i:
Or, per dozen _____________________________________8Sc and Toil du Nord. regular price I2J2CSale! Price_______lOc Belts. Caps. Night Shirts, Pajamas, Rain Coats Sox, Neckwear at :;.
9\ Hemmed Huck Towels, 15c grade, this sale__________________lOc Spool Cotton, 6 spools for_______________________________2Sc ONE-FIFTH OFF. fl
1 Turkish Towels 15c grade, this sale_______________________lie DOMESTICS- /J'
l ., Turkish Towels, 25c grade this sale-_____________________18c 36-inch Yellow Homespun, this Sale,___________'..__________4c ARROW COLLARS, all styles and ize. _ tOe'f, .'..1"..if.,,,
i Turkish Towels. 35c grade, this sale________________________28c Good, full count Yellow Homespun, this Sale______:_________6Vfec Jo. ..',..
: Or. 4 for__________-|____________________________$1.00 Extra quality Yellow Homespun____________________________Be Curtain Material I .' '!1'1
1; h ONE-FIFTH OFF. iW.
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BUTTON SPECIAL Lot of Embroidery on second floor +'
1 Buttons for _______ Blue Bell Shirting this Sale---___- gc '
7 Doz. Pearl 25c ONE-HALF PglCE. -----
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1': I Middy Blouses 1-5 Off 1 The Lace and Embroidery Department TO LIST WILL BE FOUND THROUGHOUT I,
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