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 25, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00704
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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-. FOR DEFEAT WHILE ERROR- CELEBRATION HERE ON JULY 5 }

LESS BALL AND THE SUPERB "

ERROR' PITCHING OF BARZE CAPTURED ., < .. -,
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l1 r- -+ "Speedy" Alvey's ball tosserrsp.ltven Llc tN.INC..STUNS''SEVERAC. Pressof Central floridaBoosIsKissimmee's .\

(Mistake in Senate Jounnal ,.Tampa in Eagles a double-header Thursday afternoon with the at Election Takes Place at fourth of July:,

the local park, losing the first game Event and Declares thatv :t t'
by a score of 6 to 8 and winning the .


!oa Was Corrected i errors second The on 4 first to the 0.game part was of the a locals comedy, who of Session Next SaturdayPLANS FIRES FIELD AND KILLS MULESAbout Hundreds from Each'Will": Town Come x


i should have but for
won misplay. .
SCARE WHICH EXCITED SOME
a when they were costly. Payne pitched FOR CO-OPERATION TO .
OF THE PRESS OF STATE "ROv-1 good ball except for wildness at SHIP IN CARLOAD LOTS AND 5 m. last Wednesday a had gone only thirty feet when be : :
1 ED TO BE GROUNDLESS times and with proper support would thunderbolt struck in the unbroken was stunned and knocked to his knees FREE B RBECUIS ;
TO BRING BUYERS HERE WILL
EXAMINATION OF have been returned the winner. ,field owned by Miss Elizabeth J. Bick- by another thunderbolt. This bolt

q FURTHER I The locals started the first game ALSO BE DISCUSSED; DEFIN- erdik. south of Vine street and be- had .struck and instantly killed one "

; RECORDS OF THE LEGISLA- like they meant business, scoring runs ITE RESULTS ARE EXPECTED. tween. Central and Rose avenues. of Miss Bickerdike's mules. The. other GREAT ATTRACTION '
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mule died half hour later. :
TIVE SESSION. a
in the first and second innings and Three small sons of Mr. and Mrs. . .
,v holding the visitors scoreless. The Election of officer and a probable A. C. Chapman (whose home is on Mr. Finocchiaro, sitting on a pine -._-_-____ >
t''" '" Some of anti-prohibition' press aviation stunts began, however, in the change in the organization of the Os the north side of Vine street and stump fifty feet away and holding a "
; of the state Mnd a number of those third; inning and after that the Tampa ceola Fruit and Truck Growers' association i about seventy-five yards from where shotgun was unhurt. His three small Railroad Gives', Spedalatts'and

!' on :the oth t>in>ide of the fence have crowd had things their own way. will be the main points before the bolt struck) were so stunned that children had left the mules only. one Extra-Train Will Run .'
two minutes before the second an
r } been very nv b.u.cited lately over a Barre pitched the second game for the; meeting of this body at ita next: they fell down on their front porch. or ,

.+ _,i supposed c-V-ililion, of affairs in ref the; locals. This time he was right. meeting, which will be held at the city The lightning set fire to and burn- bolt The fell.first bolt struck from Sanford and Intermediate ,
to veu'Davis bill passed by the He struck out thirteen of the Tampa tall one week from tomorrow. This among some
ST.nce ed score of yards of ''
sessioPVlf, the legiIAture.Ime x batters and had them eating out of his was announced at an enthusiastic a. aided by high square winds would.grassand have grass and weeds and did not touch Points Bringing.fufl,
wise agitator thought he dis- hand all the way. Only twentyfourmen of the held last several pine stumps within fifteen feet -
meeting organization
burned off the whole field had it not of where it felL Quota 'of,Visitors. : "
the had faoed him in the innings ,.
seven
red that senate journal Saturday, when it was requested that been extinguished: soon afterwards by "
The second bolt avoided the Finoc
jd to record a waiver of the rule.' played. In three of the seven innings all members be present for this meet- tiThe -
.eed to by a two-thirds vote in IB struck out each man who faced ing. rain.One chiaro two-story home, several outhouses : M-k, .

,_ie passage of the bill in the upperjiouie. him. In two other innings the visitorswere I Another proposition to be discussedat hundred and fifty yards away a wire fence, the disk machineand success of the biff free barbecue '
contended that this retired order by play Charles B. Simpson was working Miss many stumps and was attracted and Fourth of
It was in rapid on July celebration to be -
this meeting will be plan for -
a cooperation
Bickerdike's of mules In.diskinga by the warm and perspiring mules .
would make the Davis bill worthless the; part of the local. In this game in planted that Aeon held in Kiasimmee on Monda,. July 0,
would the: locals played errorless ball, while crops BO two-acre the premises. ..occu- Nothing else seems to have been is assured.
,'y and that the liquor people carry carload lots will be produced and buy- v-i I c
.ithe matter to the court. the visitors were the offenders, being pied by Josephus Finocchiaro and touched. Throughout the whole central'poe'.
: supreme ers brought here as they to other y
f are family at Vine street and Rose ave Miss Bickerdike's loss is $ O0. Mr. '
: 't They have had their little scare andapparently charged with no less than seven sections of Florida.In tion of Florida the newspapers have
are satisfied but it happened clinkers. nue. Mr. Simpson left the mules at Simpson was not injured beyond a given f reehr of their to mention
[ the absence of the when rest when he saw the field afire and temporary>> stiffness and soreness of space )"
that Senator Davis was just as The Tampa Eagles! play a good conilstent president Klssimmesrs big day and everyone of c
iwise- ( as his friends claimed he was game, however, and are said tobe the meeting was started last Saturday started to extinguish the blaze. He his joints and muscles. them declare that numbers:will come >.

; [and he has answered these critics with among the best players In'the Cigar Clark Howell was named president here from their sections to celebrate.
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FI;; (a statement of the facts. City. They came up for a game on pro telm. The minutes of the last :. .. vv. vvv..00vx....v.e: All over Osceola county. people have'\' .f.

yw.:) In reciting the facts in regard to Wednesday and but for the heavy rain meeting were read and after some corrections LEE GROWS CROP OF OO made. their plans to ocme to Kissim

t'iI this the Florida Times-Union says: which ended the contest in the last were approved. O FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAM. mee. .- ,'

,.'R Once in a while the legislature is half of the fifth inning would have Secretary Pansier reported that he Five thousand posters advertising) .

iyr t caught napping, but not often, not often. had another victory to their credit. had written several letters to the FINEST BROOM CORNSAYS O The program for the Fourth of the big event have been sent to between 4

Sometimes mistakes occur in The score stood 6 to 0 when play ended Florida Marketing bureau asking information O July celebration to be held hereon thirty and forty towns telling y' 11'

-printing the reports of the daily ses- Barze pitched this game but as to the methods of this O Monday July 5, as far as completed of the big day. The Atlantic'eo..t.1> it( ",.

t 'sions in the respective journals: but was not in form, the visitors hitting organization, but he had received no IT CAN BE GROWN IN THIS O to date will be as follows: Line railroad which will allow excursion . '

k:!' there is always some member of one him freely. replies. On motion of Mr. Fripp, action COUNTY PROFITABLYCORNIN O 9:00: A. M.-Local gun club 0 fates to Kissimmee on that date,41-

)" 'I of the bodies who is deeply concerned The box scores follow: upon joining the marketing bureau contest, open to members of the has sent oat thousands of bills on 1&8' .

t JI if for no other purpose than to see if First Game was indefinitely postponed with GOOD CONDITION AND CIT Kissimmee Gun club only; prices + own account, advertising the event.'', .

} his name occurs where it should, and Kla.l..e.AR.. R. H. PO A. E. the understanding that the questionmay RUS GROVE WILL PRODUCE offered by local merchants. A special excursion train will come
1'-s t he catches any mistakes in Alvey If _______n_ 4 0 2 0 0 0 be called up at any time by the ABOUT TWO-THIRD CROP. 9.SO-Arrival of train from O from Sanford and intermediate points f
generally ________
Hunter. *b 3 1 1 2 1 1 t
the journal. Payne p. __________ a 0 0 0 4 0 members.E. Sanford and intermediate points on the morning of July-8.' .This train.
I', n h As'a usual thing the journal is Canon, lb. ,___h__ 2 0 0 1\ I 0 G. Vans Agnew, of the committee That broom corn can be grown in 0 with excursionists. will leave Sanford at 8 o'clock and a

I ''f corrected the next day. before its ap- Bullock Farmer, Sb rf ______.__. 8 I 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 I 0 0 named to investigate the matter of Osceola county profitably is the state- O 9.30-Baseball game, St. O stop me.i'

I\* *roval; sometimes it is several days Story, c hun__ S 0 0 0 1 securing a permanent room for the ment of John M. Lee, who has proven 4 Cloud vs. Kissimmee. 0 d m ; .
1 n.try, ore an inaccuracy is found and W Hunter:of.=__=_: 1 0 0 g 0 0 exhibit of products grown yi, Osceola his contention with a small crop; grownon 10.00: -Greased pole contest OIL* are sure te eome en this train. .There -
/i Johnson cf _:______ 1 0 II 2 0 14cLUn O Broadway $2.60 in gold. OO will also be biff crowd from both the-:* ...
it is corrected.'ast ... _, __ I 2 I I 2 1 county, reported and upon his requestthe his place at Southport. lie now O-Ftr.t; :
session it was twenty days 'Lyband nunn- n. I 0 0 0 ? 0 committee was given extended has on exhibition at his office here 10: events in golf and train Belt ,and Midland! railroad'
r i grave Inaccuracy was disAn time in which to complete arrange- several stalks of the broom corn which tennis tournament at the Klssim- +

t an important bill; but itithwith Batted Totals. for___Johnson"_n_._ In 17 7th a 7 Inning 21 9 t ments. is aa fine a*can be grown anywhere.Mr. mee Golf club grounds. _* i. The various committees i-reharge'of '

corrected Tarts- An R. H PO A. K The question of the local marketfor Lee reports that he finished on O. 11:00-Greased pig contest, 0 the several events of the day's 'pia, t

; 'the 18th of May the printed Mire If .-__nOon_ 4 I I 0 0 0 farm products was brought and Tuesday of this week the spraying of + starting at corner of Broadway 0 gram will get busy this ; week and '
I I journal of the senate for April Campbell p .o.-__. 4 I I 0 II I the proposition of Marvin Goodmanof up his grove at Southport for lemon scab. and Emmett streets, open to boys 0 complete their part of the work. Thereis c,
t. Brown ... un_-__. 6 0 S 0 X 0 not over sixteen of for all of them do. .
y ?_ as corrected as follows: Moran. cf----------- 1 I 0 I 0 0 the Central Market to allow the'armers This fine big grove of eighty-five years age plenty to' and y
The printed daily journal of the King. 2b. _nn_____ 4 0 1 I 4 0 te bring their stuff to his acres is now being pruned, hoed and O 11:30-Speechmakinff in the it behooves each to get down to.trosi*., '.
.rvf, '*. senate of April 28 Is hereby corrected live, o. __nn___ 4 I 1 1\ O. I place for sale was discussed. A com- fertilized. It is in fine condition and 0 courthouse : several ..peak41' + ness this week.Thej rogram as tentatively
< v Cabrera Ib. __._ 4 0 0 11 0 0 prominent
t ; follow.: Holden rf. u____-_-_ S 0 0 0 0 0 mittee composed of Messrs. Nelson has about a two-thirds crop on the *' of state have been arranged is given in: an ad-'

'V i 'r";, "On page 40 of said daily journal, Fernandei, Sb u______ 4 I 1 1 0 0 Alexander, Fansler and ,Howell. was trees. invited to attend and. address the + joining column. Changes may be made'
tt on line 12, counting from - - - Mr. Lee has thirty-three acre. in 0 crowds. PriD named to take the matter with .
______ ____ up
Totals *2 C 9 21
12 '
0 M. ,
n 1:00 P. Big free barbecue plans and other events added.
ton of said i it page Mr. Goodman. corn and this crop is a fine one. The are : This
""tithe following words, 'Byyda two-thirds Score by Innings.Kissimmee . corn is in good condition and is heading 0 to visitors in the courthouse program will tell.in a ...l.ho..r.: '
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Fansler stated that he
100 010 0 t Secretary '
,' rote' that the true history of the out in prolific fashion. In the square. some of the amusements to be furnished . 'Wi: +.
> so Tampa __________________002 200 II-C tad received- a communication from
action of the! senate may appear asfollows same field with the corn he has peanuts 0 1:30-State clay pigeon shoot the guests of the .city'on the day; .-.t k.
Sanunary. of the truck who visits .
r one buyers at club the lake- of the celebration. '
on ;
and beans. There alsonice gun range
.. Mr.:',Davis moved that senate bill Sacrifice Two base bits tilts--. Campbell.- rHln.\ Aive Stolen . Plant City each season in which he ,crops peas of all kinds of.vegetables.are front.. Best dub squad of five,'* The following ,Jotter frbm'rLI0.) f. '.

a LK..' 222 be made a special order for base.-R1y.. (3) CampbelL Double said that he would be glad to come to Seven acres are producing a good crop open' to all amateur dabs In Kirkland division passenger agent of ..

f i :. consideration at 4 o'clock p.m., today >-tn laya to Hunter o t-sft KIll. nobiie.Tam: pa Clsslmmee, if the growers here would of cassava, eight acres are in sorghum + Florida twenty-five targets prize the A..C. L.. explains: the: special. train t. ("

fat which time it shall be read the thirdtime l.. KI..Imme.4.Bases on balls Off produce enough of any one crop to grass, about two acres in broom corn, 0 $25 in cash plus $10 entrance fee 0 plans t . > -'ri' :f, ','. .

1 and put upon its passage. Payne t, off Payne 4.' Struck out- ship in carload lots. This brought up besides a' fine lot of dssheens, a nice 0.from each club to be divided 60 ". ,:.. Jane '" ,
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By Campbell 4. First base the: discussion of the question of cooperation 0 and 40 cent between the first O Tampa/Fla.) 1915.
,; j'1 "Which was agreed ot by a two- on .. r-'lm f. Passed bail.- and A. S. Nelson told of start of.natal and Sudan grass, bananas per Special Occasions: Cdebrstlonl1XIa.simme. .
lilrds vote. Rive Story (2VIM pitches-Payne as sweet potatoes.Lee and second: squad. Four Individual ''. *
$
July! '
had (2) Hit by "her-Moran. how the growers might make this citya I contests to all ,.4. f. '.
., l_?" t' Thus, twenty days after it pass- "I Umpire- Brothers and Kats began to- open amateurs, Vlando
/.led the bill, and eleven days after its Veaver market for the commission. men'sbuyers. day their groves at.Finney O twenty-five targets; price $5 plus J. H. Reese, Editor Reporter-Star Or.
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f .. the journal Second Game. / spraying there are about twenty- 0 entrance fee of $1 each to be Fla. ""Y
'record' ofbsenatebillno. 222 was Kl.sl..eeAH.. R H. PO A. E. As a'result, it was decided to take eight acres in all and about a three- divided 60, 80 and 20 per cent- Dear Sir.-Beplying to your letter d
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Alvey. rf 4 0 I 0 0 0 .
; '0.0. the matter at the next meeting and of Jane 8 .relative '
to eelebratiosj
1.i cured: of what seemed to be a viola- Hunter, 2b _hh_ I I I I 1 0 up quarter crop. O between the first, second and at .
Atlon'' of the constitution, which provides Payne, ... __ __n___ I 0 I 1 0 0 lay plans for the future. The Southport Cattle company. In third men. Five dollar cash prize Orlando:and KissimmeeJuly 6,' and, .. F
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I that all bills must be read by Farmer jtrson. lb.2b u _-___-__ I 0 o 0 t II 2 0 1 0 0 which Mr. Lee is also interested and 4' toO "shot gun" in any twenty- asking that we arrange forlspecial'-o'r-: ,'

../'sections on three separate days unless 3ass, If. -:.:==----- I 1 1 0 O 0 ALLIGATOR BECOMES of which Robert Hyer, of Orlando, is five trains, I bee to advise that I have arranged .
4h :; /by( waiver of rules agreed to by two- 'J.n"t..r.-_ I 0 0 11 S 0 president, and W. M. Davis, of Or- 2:00-First game of doubleheader for special train, from Sanford :
r . W ; ==:=== 1 1 0 O 0 to Kissimmee. and return to leave Sanford -. '
vote.'BABE Jarse, p. ___ __ I 0 0 0 I 0 lando, treasurer, has about 5,000 headof ball games between Win- '
t'Jf.WJ'd. Johnson ____n.h__.___ 0 1 0 0 0 0 CITY cattle which are now fattening and ter Park and Kissimmee will be at 8 a. m., stopping all Inter-, ',*. \1" .
- - - EMPLOYEJF mediate points and arriving Orlando '.
will be ready for the market in July played. ,
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IN CARRIAGE Total h - Z8 4 7 21 S 0 and August. 2:30-Tug of war between 8:83: a.'m-rand-Kdtehnm.e- :8A svin. !<-
Ran for Bane In 6th Inning
.M team from Florida cities, place + This special train wilt return leaving ..,. }
Tm.e.- AB R. H. PO A. E. SAURIAN PROVES HANDY MEMBER '
Klra, 3 0 I 0 4 0 +to be announced. Cash prize will + Kissimmee at 6 p. m-, passing Orlando. '. tl' -
j\O HIDES TIGER LIQUOR p.------------- 2 0 I I I 2Rrown OF CAPTAIN JOINER'SFORCES ORANGE COUNTY ROAD 0 be offered. O about see ___Uhh 3 0 I 0 0 I IN REPAIRING AND 2:30-Golf and tennis tourna- As the fifth of July will be celebrated .--- i 1"'V
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Moran cf 3 1/ 0 II 0 0 .
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"C..r1'\l. King Ib ____h_____ 3 0 0 3 I 0 CLEANING OUT SEWER LINE 4 ments to be continued at golf + at a number of:points travel :I: ( t
I WIT OF NIGHT POLICEL.MAN Rive/ c. _________ 3 0 0 6 I I WILL SOON BE BUILT 0 club. on all of our trains will no doubt be ""i a; ',
:: , READY Cabrera, lb. ____un 2 0 0 6 0 IHold..n. ALONG BROADWAYEXCITESMUCH quite heavy, judging from past ,
COLEMAN DISCOVERS A rf _______ J 0 0 i 0 0Fernande. 3:00-Pony races, open to any 0 experience 1 .\ f
; ; .. If. ____h 2 0 0 0 0 0 COMMENT. + Florida-raised pony; 300 yard 0 and it will take practically all, t1
PECULIAR HIDING PLACE FOR of the extra equipment we have to .,. '
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________ 0 5' 1 7 T. B. Gillespie and J. R. Copeland dash for $ plus entrance !
Totals
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RESULTS IN Uh 18 each take care of traffic on our regular r..
latest addi-
WHISKEY AND "Joe" Alligator Ie the of the Alabama Paving' of fee of $I to be divided between a1
'.. 'ARREST OF COLORED WOMAN. Score by Innings.Kissimmee tion to the payroll of the city and who company in the first, second and third onO trains. For this reason our transportation ' [
) ____ ___ __ 100 003 x-4 Birmingham are engaged ,
did not feel
Tampa _______--____"--_-_-_-_-.000 000 0--0 while his salary is nothing more thana building of the brick road from Or- a of 60, 30 and 20. department that. ;;1 h
8:30-Foot sufficient
meal and then : they could give us equip.
every now and bicycle
wri square races
in the bottom of a lando to the Osceola county line, were
Stowed away Summary.Two merit for this special from Sanford <
to .
the work he performs is just as im- races for cash prices to take p
big pil- base hit-Mira. Stolen baserBow visitors in the city on Tuesday.
covered bye
,baby carnage Orlando and Kissimmee. We have
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Hunter. Johnson Double plays portant as that of any other employewho here to look over the 4 place on Broadway. 0 .
pickaninny a They were
flow and a kinky-headed Car.on to Farmer; Mlra to King; to Ca- is paid in coin of the realm. 4:00-Grand automobile however, persuaded them to give us '
bottle of "tiger" liquor would have brera. left on bases-Klsslmmeo 7. specifications and prepare their bid for parade five coaches for this service
v biff as we .
.s. Mr. Alligator, if he could talk, would on Broadway Judge G. F. fry >
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efforts of the minions of Bases on balls--0R Mlra 1 the paving of the road in Osceola
.Ludo the tars. contend that his work is the are anxious to take care of our Or
I : probably Parker
; off } 1 Struck out-By Barse 12jy grand marshal.
; {J.'the law to fasten the crime upon Re- Mlra 5. Balk-Mira. Umpire most important, for he could say, and county from the Kissimmee city lim- O 0SHERIFF'S lando. Sanford and Kissimmee friends.. 1. 't
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but for the its the line to join the Or-
to county
'i.bectaThlU1J1an.. . colored, ea truthfully, that without him the .00..0..0. I trust that you will assist us in get.t i-
?ready wit and quick action of Nightypoliceman I other members of the crew could do ange county road, which! .the county ting up a good business for this special ; :.
Coleman. commissioners have decided to pave. I train that we prove to our
may
LAWYER nothing.It
INDIANA GOES
+ 'il '. under her house Coleman Mr. Copeland stated that the Or- !
'tr T:: Hiding came about this way. Capt. W. FORCE IS transportation department that our request ,;
".'. 'last Saturday night heard two negroes A. Joiner, superintendent of the city ange county road now completed to for a special was justified. 3 :J'

;"j' -,enter and bargain for whiskey. He HOME FLA BOOSTERAttorney water and light plant, is likewise in the railroad this side of Taft, wouldbe Yours very trulyDivision : \ t
six weeksas
within the next
that they finished -
:,t 'knew by their conversation charge of the sewer lines of the city. BUSY WITH ARRESTSSheriff J. G. KlB ND. ,i't4"
Crawling there only about three
now
secured what they sought. heavy have washed are Passenger Agent.' /
Recently rains \
Marshal OveriiitJ' miles and half yet to For the
a pave.
ouh. was y g
bit of sand into the line
Burkhart quite a sewer
t' thentwo George of Indianapolis has been
and negroes were last few day. the road gang
t ;. '.4 street bt and given a severe quizzing came to Florida, believing along Broadway and it was necessaryto making excellent progress, he says, Ingrate and Deputy Bob DRIVES FROM MIAMI rf
;with the result that they finally admitted all manner of thing! about the state clean out the pipes. Then developed and has been going along at the rate Campbell were busy this week and as
.. the task of sort of
and of getting some result four taken into
agricultural possibilities most a were
had bought liquor of a mile in five day. persons
4 1 &.'": the that Thurman they woman. the things he thought were not good a rope or chain line through the These two gentlemen are well 'the clutches of the law. HERE IN SINGLE DAY f;
;;i' i ..from thing. In he here to look sewers. Albert and Ira
... Entering the house i the two officersnade fact came known in Kissimnvee, having been in Spaulding Spauld-
It, ., search bat they were unable up c..es against 'land sharks" for Capturing a medium-sized alligator charge of the work when the city log were arrested at St. Cloud on '
: a be used clients back in Indiana. Captain Joiner pressed him into service streets paved several Wednesday by Sheriff Ingram on :"Vft
t lc-: find any of the whiskey to and the work began. Mr. Alligator were years ago. That the roads of southern Florida I |
He found that there unscrupulous : is charges of breaking and entering the
t : the woman. Just were some Mr. Copeland says that it alwayshis $
;. '.. evidence against j jrt
Coleman had a'' land dealers in the state was placed in a man-hole witha policy where possible to employ bathhouses at East Lake and stealing I are rapidly being improved was proven ," :
". ,they were leaving and told Rebecca to : and was firmly'; convinced, so he }said, string attached to him and a streamof labor in the town or county in which the money from the pockets of last Sunday, when E. P. Dana and '

.w lappy-wheel out thought,the baby carriage in which : that the only thing that could be water forced him to make his way he is working and that if he is successful the clothing left there by bathers. family drove through in their automobile - V "fc r
r. ; In the state citrus to the next man-hole where he was in here to await from Miami to Klssbnmee la Jw
calmly .Ieeping. grown 1 profitably was in getting the contract here They were lodged jail r. r ,:
./the-plckanlnny, was workmen and the string I .
; fruits. picked up triaL one day. .
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this .
he will follow out .
; & !Me .5rdei-ed her-to" he pick grabbethed s big This week he paid a visit to Kis brought to the surface. The string I Deputy Bob Campbell on Wednes They left their home in Miami early -. ."" : :

;1. .../,.vSo awl| as-she did which so it had been lying! simmee and was shown some of the : was then attached to heavier,rope and W. Ashton who is employed with day'-night caught Charles Anderson last Sunday morning. and coming byway '. ", _1

,1 .upon wa found a big growing crops in this section. E.pec.1 the task was simplified. Capt. L. R. Farmer in the directing' and'Ernest:' Tarratus, two small boys of Okeechobes City,. arrived in, "t !1"

.'l.x u t'the stuff.pillow Rebecca still do- was. he shown the many fine cornfield I In a number of places.it was found of the Osceola county road gang, spent from Sanford, sleeping in the grandstand Kissimmee at night about;10 o'clock *
:r. : ;'; the ,necessary to dig up portions of the Had it not been for.a stop for slight }
; to anyone the crop being exceptionally: this week in the city taking a well of the ball park.' They were ? J o t
.. bad sold liquor '
k sewer, and clean it out, but thanksto repairs at Whittier they- "
this Indiana is
' _evidence of the two negroes good season. a great e&nIed"Tacation., He will return to held here until Thursday when the ftUIdJl":1
.\ 4b experi.na'of the. officers corn country and Mr/\ Burkhart was Mr. Alligator this work: was limited the work on.the Bassstiger road next father of the Tarratas bovarrived and) arrived. her several hours sooner.i t. ;t; .
. ,, ..aD past greatly impressed. He left here with to absolute necessity: and the-sewer week. took them back to- their homes, where In the party'were Mr. and Mrs E.' "'\)
{ w.. .ulrid.at. line cleaned out-in record' time. ___ P. Dean 'and their ....
r \ F. , the statement,that he was convinced was- i they were accused: small thefts. ; 'children Roscoev ;.
:" r .On MondaymorningRebecza.was the.bdence of the value.of the land'',in'this! '"sec When this work is completed which & .J..> Griffin ,and family find Mr. : Rodney;!Len.'Am.rr and LUlle Rose. :r ;: "

ay :j"I'p.; ,' the officers was tion and declared ',that his report; on it will be this week Mr..Alligator will and MIL B. Dickersen motored to G.. E. Howell of Eikhart"Kanr.shere They .spent .the"week, ."heN visitingrelatives y a;::\., ,
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I L'. \ .: THE' 'JC1S41MMEE'' 'V'VALLEY GAZETTE' 'FRIDAY i JUNE' '25, f:i ii;: : ,


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I '" . . '" ' '
;. ',, I I.other' sections 'and possibly i nilght-lx. fine, highways 'going to "a".rae various ':
The'' Kissimmee
Gazette .
\ ; Valley : in error, in this Statement. But"evei sections of this state,' and they ;

.t 1 1,4 r....... if this statement isnot true, thcreJi, will be the outcome of the Dixie highway .ATTORNEYttSAbnS) & / 1

f <:* .POBUUSHBD. 'BYfcRT, K1B8IMMBJB.FRTDAT.OeCBOUA OFFICIO COUNTT IN TALLHT, FLORIDA.W.B OAZIDTTII1.BtnLDING.. ample reason for a packing house hen Dixie agitation.' And the agitation for;

.., l4,..' and we would like toseo that agita- the other suggested highway routes and or for' loops all ;these was IDA

;,. ...: :' HARRIS and E.- c. VANS AGNEW OWNERS tion brought to life again th.t'aall started and is being carried on by the '
We hear somebody say-"Yes, The of Florida given'dur. ? Tier" .laborsW: .
press.. newspapers At the alumni luncheon, are the, "fruit o ,
:.:lr ,. ..E. E. NAUGLE, Edito..nel Manager. right but this is a bad time for are the seal road-builders of the state commencement week at: the University stand for hr before the world.,:-If we. '

any new enterprise to start. Timesare as they are first on all other works of Florida common, a }arg< drive the chariot of the sun withv !- \

I tt "fit rsTCTB8CRIPTION RATES: ODe .cop,. one )..... ______. :_______._...*1JM. too hard. There's a big war in in progress and public improvement- number of old Florida men from va. hand of an Apollo the earth aerial .

.. f One'. copy six monLh........_,_..... One copy.- three months......___ .,a Europe and so on and so forth. Tall < Lakeland Telegram. rious parts of the state assembled as her. If.. drive with the hand of'"I

eft I of which we can but an.wer-"For- well as the graduates of 1916. Many Phaeton the earthdenounces her.'

All ooramanleatlona except from our authorised correspondents, must b. get it." These-other places are start- brilliant speeches were delivered the And vice versa, the attainments of the

Sailed by the matter wrlt.r.will not be returned unless called. for. ing despite this calamity howler talk.. following 'by G. P. Garrett of the law university 'redound to our honor and l' ;/'
Rejected I
?r Said class of 1913 ofKIsshnmf'e ) downfall of the university Is our
t. II Must we believe that we have a cor- now an attorney the '

r (IIIDt..... at the Postofflee In Kissimmee. Florida a* ..cond-olaw matter.) ner on all the intelligence in the world 'is considered\ especially! degradation. So we have only a devo-
I 4 -'" worthy of note: tion and! a faith that impels us to work \
and that these Alabama men are fool-
About KissimmeeKISSIMMEE : Ir
university
advancement of the '
FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1915 ish. It would appear from the names "We gather here in this banquet hall for the se'fish

-- -- quoted as for her welfare.!

b PRACTICAL EDUCATION. With an acreage such as*could be packing house companies that some TO BE ON THE MAP. In answer to thy far-flung call motive How can 11 I tell you what this university t.IK.. .
Florida 1
-+- planted with that number of men of them occupy positions in the world I I Florida! My will be in a decade? You have '"

\f Prof. R. M. Evans, who is head of banded together he believes, and sc which would indicate that they are Klssimmee Board! of Trade has dOM From From timbered flats hills and and ocean inland lea. heard that "if two or three are gathered t
'Glades clay sea,
k, '' the local schools, is a great believer i in do we, that a market would be created men of at least some knowledge of a big thing-Invited the state of Flor- We come to thy together in My name I will grant t Nl
the ida to come there on July 5, and be Flora their requests.." You have heard that
/ practical education. He is firmly convinced here which would bring buyers financial affairs.At Florida, My "
brabecue. We thank
present at a and
mountains
trained brought to Plant rate the matter should bear you "faith will move you
} that the hand should be just as they are any
gentlemen and shall strive to be "We bring to thee oblation rare. have proved it to your own lives. The .
well the brain. Already with Wauchula and other points. The investigation and we move right here
as as City there in response to your kind Invi- Florida My Florida! issue rests with us. We can make the
:'i*' the assistance of his able corps of presence of such a bulk of productsat and now that a new committee be appointed tation and in the 'meanwhile, we are Of faith and hope and love and prayer.. University of Florida the guiding star

ti' t teachers he ha. started small course any one point would make shipments to investigate the packing saying and will say again, "Rah for Florida My Florida! of knowledge and the beacon light of

in domestic science for the girls andy in carload lots practical and house idea and report something definite Kissimmee!'Of Lo! All thy sons that thou did'st rear, learning in this country. .We can add

.' manual training for the boys in the the market once established other thereon. The Kissimmee Board of Trade has Lake City Tallahassee here to the name and fame of the univer's ,

upper classes of the schools. These growers would come in numbers to <00 invited all of Florida to visit that Send greetings for the coming year city a luster ineffable We can elevate -

"rt courses are meant to be the nucleu climb upon the band wagon. FOURTH OF JULY. beautiful city on the shores of Lake Florida Mv Florida! I it to the highest pinnacle of educational -

11' of larger and more comprehensive As was the case in Plant City and The all the Tohopekaliga on July 6 and celebratethe Time when the minds intelligent : accomplishment in this hem-
+ cel- papers through central nation's birthday.A was of isphere. Our endeavors, like a great'
courses which .jvill\ be installed just a. Sanford when the strawberry and portion of the state and many in big barbecue has been arrangedand men played with the horoscopeof tiday wave can sweep it to a secure ,

,.g' soon aa there is room and finances to ery crops became great industries, the other sections are giving good spaceto the committees in charge have the future. Time was when the position far above the highwater markof

make them what they should be. value of land would be increased to articles concerning our Fourth of announced that twenty beeves, fifteen Oracle at Delphi was held in great re- all educational achievement heret

:>, For his efforts along this line Prof. almost miraculous figures and hun- July celebration to be held on July 6. hogs and many other good things to pute. Time was when a mere' astrologer tofore. We can do this and we can
of thousands of real I eat will be provided for the multitudes held the fears of a great French f 1
|t. t( Evans deserves the commendation I dreds of money Unless indications fail we will hate do it in ten years' time. This is our
/H; the parents and the public in general. would be put into circulation in the which are expected. Kissimmee has a monarch in thrall. But today science opportunity. We hav heard what has 1M
| l a monster crowd.
sits enthroned the of .
for that is high places .
For a long time the opinion has been community so that the business man reputation entertaining upon been said of opportu :
t 4 'I the We should do our best to make equalled by few cities in the state and civilization, and the mummery of the
in
v rapidly gaining ground among the who put up an investment every man, woman and child who it is likely that a monster crowd will charlatan is hushed. Though science Master of human des> ies am I; 3

w C men and women who ate battling with :(I trucking business would profit direct- comes feel that he is being well treat- be present at the celebration. I has disclosed to us many of the secretsof Fame love and t. on my footsteps t

v the world's problems that the system ly upon it by many times his returnin ed. We want them all to go away Among the attractions which have physical phenomena and has opened wait, j/ t

i, of education that did not give our I any other endeavor.We saying nioe things about Kissimmee. been advertised for the event are: to us many of the mysteries of Cities and fields I I pen
I which that Dr. Carson's plan is I 'I I mental it Deserts and seas remold, aiid p
boys and girls something was believe That's the best sort of advertising State gun club clay pigeon contest, phenomena promises us no J

., :J practical in their education was not: practical. We believe that it is a and man in the city should makeit open to all amateur clubs in the state I('I revelation of the message of the fu- I Hovelyand "
every
I, the system we most needed.It 1. I plan which should be given a trial. of Florida for which cash prizes have ture. That message must forever re- mart and palace s
his aid in
duty to making the day
trial bten offered; three baseball games, St. : main as inscrutable as the sphinx of latoI
and if is
that it
is well that the boy girl We believe given a
'I ) one long to be remembered.The Cloud vs. Kissimmee in the morningand the Egyptian desert. Like the merchant knock unbidden once at e t1
will all
mental and that I
v should be given a broadening it will succeed we I
advertising matter about the a double-header in the afternoon of Bagdad we are set at libertyin gate! 4

i{ training but it !is equally important : derive a benefit therefrom.At celebration was sent out this, week I between Kissimmee and Winter Park: the palace of life to explore what- If sleeping wake if feasting rise be-

if not more so, that they be taught any rate it is a step towards with the aid and co-operation of : automobile parade and parade of Shet- soever we will, save through the door foreI ;

o something in the years when their doing something to make Kissimmee Messrs., Gilbert und Stephens, local land ponies raised on tht pony farm way the key to which is death, and turn away. It is the hour of fate. '

, :t. minds and muscles are plastic which a more prosperous community and a representatives of the Atlantic CoastLine : near Kissimmee; tug-o'-war between which opens upon the garden of para And they who follow me reach every

.1':11: will be of practical use to them in movement to which any live progressive railroad. The railroad has granted I teams from any city in Florida' ; greased dise. And 'sd it were folly for me hereto state

'! s i the daily contest for a livelihood. man should be willing to lend his special rates and will run, a special pole and greased pig contests for adopt the role of prophet or seer. I Mortals desire and conquer every foe N
cash prizes bicycle foot and Yet we can all study the tendenciesand
has developed ; pony
From this growing opinion aid. save death.
train from Sanford and intermediate
r O .1 races open to all for rash prizes; four influence at work in this present y
decade
within the last or scan
SHOULD points. It has also printed and circulated I bands of music; spteches by promme' and from them deduce some nationals So too, may we conquer all foes of k

ti n almost universal approval of manual TRUCK GROWERS; thousands of bills advertisingthis 1 Floridians, Senator N. P. Bryan hav- of the days that are to be. Florida. ;iy{
UNITE.
training and domestic science. excursion in addition to those ing been invited to attend and make I
-. : j
"I These courses have been so planned The Truck Growers association has out by the advertising committee of the principal address; boat rides on and tendencies it is manifest Joined in one faith, taught in one

/. as to give our girls a training which to make itself felt i if the celebration.Now I beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga; golf and that this university must advance and creed!
fits them to be model housewives that an opportunity we should get down to businessand tennis tournament on the grounds of progress. In this time of vocational r
of
nature intended it will but adopt some definite plan : the Kissimmee Golf and Country club when the and Answering thy summons we comp/ in
( they may as training, simplest most i
the in
procedure. At present it is accom- get program good shapeso I to all Florida amateurs and bt- thy need. .
l become the homemakers of 1 I open ; humble pursuits find their wellspringsin
them'l than the gathering that all of the events will go off Mother Oh \Mother! We hearken and '
tion. They are taught both the plishing little more sides these events there will be many the ,principles of eternal science, a {''J J
in rapid fire order to entertain the
of the other attractions to make the heed
once day
of cooking and .e together growers every; I one university training becomes more and y
monplace things
;; niceties of I two weeks to talk. Now talk is a crowds while they are here. Every long I to be remembered as one of tht more essential to the individual. If We kneel down before thee in humble* s.
and the life j
i management good thing if it is well directed, but committee chairman should get busy i 1 greatest celebrations in the history of he would take and maintain a place in regret.

t such as fancy sewing and the care of the association does not seem to have on his part of the program and have I central Florida. the van. the individual must know the Forgive us our lapse, the time we ti ;

plants so that they may make then traveled far in its fortnightly talk- all of the details well in hand during;I I There will be special excursion rate rules of science that control his work. forget, d

homes of the future both practical and association the coming week the last before the' on all railroads and a special train will And where can he acquire such knowledge J
fi'' cheerful. I fests. We believe that the date of the celebration. Kissimmce I I I run from Sanford and intermtdiate better than at the fount of learn- Forgive us our failures to cancel our:;

t Some of the courses have also taken is a good thing but"we" believe justas I I I point.-Lakeland Morning Star. ing, the university ? Moreover each debt, i
has sustain
K to and
another practical tact and given the strongly that it should evolve some I a reputation we -<00- industry becomes specialized and is Forgive and encourage we'll hp' dlr.
the could act can and will sustain it. The Central I Florida Highway association thee yet.
whereby divided its
r girls training in stenography dressmaking plan growers into component parts and J
O met in Orlando last week 500 '
in unison to produce a sufficiency of: each component part is a full life's That which / t.
if
and other things by which
several definite crops which would afford DRAINAGE PROBLEM. strong and voted to recommend the labor for a1! the workers engagedtherein.
it should become necessary they maybe following route to the Florida commission .
Men
must concentrate themselves .{
that the -
None of
carload shipments BO
bread-winners on their own account of We believe that the city council of the Dixie Highway commission wholly in the struggle for their in !
have opportunity
v farmer would an should find some plan to effect the : Gainesville.; Ocala Lees livelihood. And again, all department r
r
4. a To the boys, the manual training disposing of his products at a profit. drainage of north and west Kissimrnce-: burg, Tavnres Apopka Orlando Kis- of knowledge grow more complex and Through .sacrifice, labor, devotioi'l'

courses as the name implies offer an The farmers here can do this just as as was outlined at recent meetings of simmee, Bartow Arcadia, West Palm intricate: and require for their mast-r- vision r t/

"' education of the hands in the various well as those in any( of the sections that body and that they should do the I Bench. ing, more devoted study. Yet it is The thou seest thou sons cha
and united effort will bring the buy- This brings the line through Kis- to the individual that he be attain.
become the work this The I
trades that they summer. propositionof necessary
so may
..
simmee. From KisRimmee a line ,....
here they now are broughtto informed in the humanities lest -
ers just aa great
?1 :family providers of the future. The a new drainage ditch was broughtup
southeast via Fellsmere andiTorl
Wauchula and other his soul atrophy. And where ata DID NOT AIVERTISE.r e
J, "back to the farm" movements have Plant' City at two meetings of the council Pierce would not only open up a desirable save ..,; w
where the flame of +
university secret
r sections. The '
\ I successful truck growing An exchange tells the follow!
'Ii brought in, also. courses in agriculture and blueprints a survey made to route for presenting to the science burns forever under watchful 'a

; which have already been installed growers made a good start last year show the practicability of the plan.It touring public the best sample of Florida's eyes of ministering priests, can be story which is worth reading: A h4.fe' .
and days one of citizens cut
reditt' ,,' the of'Florida. with their strawberry crops to do the work muck development as shown on ago our '
!: 'tjrt most of schools was agreed as soon become adequately and easily versedIn
of butter which he had p:1':
pound
a
,,(( should.do even better the coming sea- Fel'smere' but a vast amount of ;
conditions funds available. The open
_ '.Jut.. soon as financial as were summeris matters so obstruss So we find chased at a whose rF
grocery propriei
'.' --... of son. Let's hope that next spring the and schemeto territory for settlement This route that university and I'
:: %L :will allow it'Is the Arm intention rapidly passing some educations more does not advertise and found therein 4r
'A.. Prof. Evans'and t *"ch9 board to press' of the state will be telling; about finance the drainage should be would open up a large district in Os. more a sine qua non for the.individual. i small piece of paper bearing thollowinff <
eeola the
, ,"lnataU'' mor* of this kind of work In the thousands of dollars our crop evolved before the next growing sea of Brevard.county The and three southwest counties should corner Again the relationship ot the uni' written in a neat; feminial

'.f',r amounted to just as they did of others verslty to the community it serves is : r.m a girl 18 t
:. the .courses of the local: schools and son comes on. The. placing of this unite in constructing this thoroughfare. years goo j
.. changing. Heretofore seat of learn-
a
, '-w* behave that' their efforts along ditch in the opinion or those who: know .-.-Fellsmere Tribune. ing was a place' of academic retreat looking and an excellent housekeeper. ;
PLAN SLEEPING. Should
ANOTHER this be found by some unmar
;ei ,thtt line will meet'with the instant conditions in that section would reclaim -+- ,
whither the
student the theorist and
: ," -+- Tied Christian gentleman will b
:. Kissimmee folks after Improve- ,
\.. 'A Jt fcnd, hearty approval of the parents Some months ago and at many times a big section of land which ments, according to are the Valley Gazette the recluse retired to consider dead please write to the following .address "

:);r-.and public" in general previous there was an agitation look- would produce fertile crops and the and while they haven't started languages and lost arts. But today the etc. The finder being a bachelor decided l { "s!
-
"q "'4"+ I O ing toward the establishment of a city would reap a benefit commensurate anything definite along special lines university is going out into the byways to unravel the romance. TIC' ?

1;'; .IJ; "' .. .A, GOOD SUGGESTION. meat packing and cold storage plantIn with the expense. recently the paper says that things solve of the the problems commonwealth and perplexities offering of to girl who had written the note had diet,: ''

." will be moving The city years ago leaving an agtd hut 1
,\.1"" '.flt'f \.... . --+- Kissimmee.Has soon. council its citizens to its industries many
; ,A few days Dr. W. W. Carson will likely be asked shortly to develop, and a grown-up family
ago pave
',1'f'I, ; :.,. this idea met death? to dispense a store of information andexpert
"" ,_ .e I"'a'JIMIIlbel' of the city council in conversation Main street from the end of the pre
Or is it only sleeping advice. It i is weaving the tendrils -
1' z .i suggested a plan for bringIng There was if we remember correctly i State Press comment] ent paving to. the city limits and ( of its influence into the fabricof ( m Old Sons. Otter ........ ....t y
other things that think necessary cur4
are -
r I greater prosperity to Kissimmeeand a committee appointed by the boardof and advisable many will be broughtup. the social whole, until finally it will The[ word cae.tyke BO matter of how Ions. y
the surrounding territory which become and of that are cared by woMderlnl. old reliable Dai'
: a part parcel
'I trade to investigate the matter. Nothing succeeds like success," very Porters Antlxptlc HeIlnr. Oil. It nlteWeV 1
y r",,8t should be given consideration and we We do not remember any definite report quotes the, Valley Gazette, and urges whole. Pals and Heal. at Uie. a. u_ 15c.SUO*?:
Orlando Fourth of
ji:...:\ : )' -.-believ*-approval by the business men upon this matter. Celebration exchanged for the Citrus a Exchange July the adoption of some plan whereby So we see that the influences and 1\ .


-1-1 We all know that Kissimm has so ago by reading a copy of the cost in either case would be the times brought,back. Some of the peo- advance and aggrandizement of the BILL .Hi

!1. just as much right to be known Southeast Livestock a magazine published same. ple propose a bond issue for city Improvements University of Florida. We see from WILL SURPRISE YOU 7;
""'! indications that almost inevitably
.It" "' throughout the stat and nation as a monthly at Columbus. Ga., in One celebrates the independence of and others favor a differ-- present -
t the must in ten
university
truck section of they the and the other celebrates the ent plan, but there is apparently a years ?'
growing as any people If mannfaaT
livestock want
the interest of the industryIn material we
demand for activity and a desire to time. assume a more) commanding position you .t
,' sections which are now so classed. Wear the south. In this particular issue Inter-dependenoe of the people.-Orlando have a number of improvements made. than it has attained today. But ture from the stump and can save you,.,.

). lacking in nothing but men. W* there appeared the three following Citizen. -Florida Times-Union. all these estimates and suppositionsare money. We Guarantee grade and r ,

(.;",.. i'' haft the land, we haw the climate I Items: Under the genera: "All the --a.- as idle as May winds for they
caption workmanship to be to the Standard
?
:.f'f w* haft equal accessibility to #ie At Phenix City Ala. Latest Sporting! News" the Times- The farmers of Osceola county are leave out of consideration, our interest up '

'J: markets How to get the growers I. The Alabama-Georgia Packing Co., Union of June 10 the following headline facing one of the largest and best and influence in the scheme of prog- I. ill.)

the problem. has been organized to establish in appeared: Frank Clark in the crop seasons in their history. Whilea ress.The c 1 Nj I

"a Dr. Carson offers a practical solution Phenix City Ala., a meat packing City." The brief notice stated that successful crop of potatoes, beans human mother is the greatest Yellow Pine Lumber Co.Our
educational institution in the finite
r of this problem. He declares that plant! with initial annual capacity of he had just arrived there from Gainesville cucumbers and lettuce have been sent R t

!e ,& the old idea of success and prosperity iO.OOO beeves and 60,000 hogs. A six where he had attended the commencement to northern markets, the tomato and iniverse.to her and More more students scholars go are to school graduated Promptness Watchword jf :t, !'
is to be In- exercise. of the state uni- -
ty-ton refrigerating plant melon is here and
and crop now promisesto *
breeding greater success prosperity from her than all the Phone 195. FI
.( colleges Kiaslmjaee ;
: stalled. The site for the plant has versity. This is the first intimationwe be as large and of good quality. 1
work.
( .. the which to
one and universities of civilization
l //1)) upon been secured and arrangements for ever received that Mr. Clark possessed Producers realized a good price for can ,*
He believes that this section has boast of. During our first impressionable ) i'
possibilities mdae. James L. but !
y it proclivities .
building are being any sporting their vegetables and expect to do the 'r (
l and is willing to be one of Glass Griffin Ga. .Is president; J. T.Bl.nd we couldn t blame him for sporting a of the years, when our characters To Drive Out Malaria .I
same thing during the rest sea .r- '
M :" a band of ten or twenty who will prove Phenix City vice-president and little under the circumstances. A man son. As to the more staple agricultural are as "clay in the potter's hands, she And Build Up The System : : .

#e, f '4:; to' the world that what he believes i.f I. James M. Crawford Columbus, Ga., naturally needs some excitement to crops, reports from every hand molds and fashion. and shapes them Take the Old Standard GHOVXt'S : ,
ai aha wills. The work of her hands TASTELESS chUl TONIC. You know + < t'
the tl'IIth.'f and treasurer. overcome the ennui produced by
f a in
: secretary state that there will be fine crops
of the world. Her standards
la the work
Times- what you are taking aa the formula laiprinted ;
To bring here we must commencement program-Levy ..11. while record-breaking yields aoe : :-
'S: growers Plant at Andalusia.At Democrat. are the world' ideals. She speaks oa every label showing it ia :\ '1'1
in several Particular
;I how them what can be done. The a meeting of citizens of Anda- -+- expected: staples. and contending governments are Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.' "" .

:, t farmers of today follow beaten path. lusia, Ala., and vicinity $109,7(0 was The biggest proposition now before attention is being attracted by the mute, she commands and the ru'ers of The Quinine drives out malaria the,,< ,'J
which it is estimated will
't .Y They go to sections that are already subscribed for the establishment of a the people of this section of corn crop In the people obey. The nations of the Iron builds up the system. 90 cent*' ; t;
... far
? ; successfuL They dislike to be pioneer meat packing plant in that city at an Florida is the drainage district that statement surpass B.previous E. Evans yields.county demonstrating a earth ahd the princes thereof bow .1. V
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f'<. *,,",, For that reason Dr. Carson.,. estimated cost of 125000. T. E. will make available some twenty thousand described the down obeisance to her .center. .S. : d.
.' the men1 who would build UP' Klssim- Henderson cashier of the First National acres of the best land in Florida. agent crop To her who makes us, who creates ::
conditions in this excellent.Jacksonville *
county as
''l me.must Join ta a plan to build up bank of Andalusia, was chairman Yet, strange as it may seem, there are -- Metropolis. U., who fires our ambitions, and who ., ..Fre.
L. M. Stud- to it. The inculcates our aspirations we owe an '
of the meeting and some so narrow as fight +
the territory which surrounds the city. --0--
P i ) Bank has foothold that unstinted and unbounded love, and an "j
", still, cashier of the Andalusia fallacy gained a under 't '
'To would show to the Kissimmee that special
do this1 he announces a
prospective
A Trust Co., was secretary. It Is proposed the law high land is to be taxedto unquestioning loyalty.But .
: : settler that be can make a train will be run from Sanford to Kis- who here today have
to have the plant in operation byJanuary drain the low. something that the we, are
rsuccess .her because others have done limmee on July 6 to allow our peopleto another and another loy- a
r 1. The meeting followed 'a law very plainly states is not the yet lovel yet +
4"t :'so. W* do not mean to say, nor does visit" by a number of citizens to the ease.-Plant City Courier. attend the big celebration and bar- alty-for m. m..ter-fol' Flor- C
becue at that place. Of'course. if
w 1. Dr.\;Carson, that 'there are not men packing plant at Moultrie, Ga. Ida. She took us when we were callow . ,Ito,; 1
"Sealedsweef is to be the those enterprising people run a special with the callowness of immaturity, I .
around th*.city now who are makings new \
;t Hnntsville.. Ala. train for our benefit we will certainly when with the : )(
were ignorant folly
of truck farming but that brand which will be borne by, all citrus we J.
have to spend the day with them and
Clarendon Davis and W. F. Garth of youth when with
fruits handled the Florida we were green ,
through
;' ther* should.b. mor His plan to both of Huntsville, Ala, F. D. Jones, Citrus exchange which has planned to have a big time.-.Sanford Ilerald. the verdure of the fields. She took us t )(:

_ show:::th.,:'settlers what can be done Trenton. N. J., and' others are interested !- .spend $60,000 in, advertising during when we were first stumbling forth \i(

4 ik E* is for ton.or twenbuaiDe... men to in the organization of a company the present year double the amount New York N. Y,-Ceorge de Colig- upon the diverse paths of life, unknow.. 'ii-.t- '

., b' ,take, tracts of.from ton to twenty with capital stock of $60,000 toe.tabU.h.a pent last year.. The plan I. considered ny, who started thirty-five months ago trig the "ways: of..the wor ct." She .''1"'I" 1"\"

,.K. stared and plant them under an agree- meat packing. plant. atJluntnlll. necessary in attracting the attention from Bangor, Me., to sing his way took us unto herself. She folded u.to .

i' I # i.ment: one with the other to plant say ..,; of buyers to pal'tieul.brand, around the world for a prize of $2, OO her bosom. She imbued uswith '

\; ..ihre:stap> "crops,'such:as 'strawber- i 1. ;:It .occurred upon'readingthii 'that and it should prove a, most valuable Is on 'the last lap of his journey. He her spirit She inspired us with her :
r o& ,
and potatoeL.ach of which there .ia apparently nor reason her step, .The advertising fund will, be baa traveled more than 80,000 miles. irinciplea.. She imparted to us her

., 'tl secured by an assessment, of thre* Another contestant la- now a prisoner mowledge.. -She gave us of her life f
In the heart Of th beef-producing section
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th market at different. sa-
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; cents per ,box on the fruit hanelled.-r- of war in Franc: The other two have the handled us and made us, and anal
which ,furnish ''a. diversifi.w 'of:.Florida _for packing: house "' ,
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.w. I ibeana Fort Press.:' disappeared. .. ly I sent us forth with the "seal. of.

"";, ; will at.* tip growers pro- than 'In''any one f of' h.plseesmansUon.d. ...lxym, ........,..,, -' tt i'i'i i j i .i iTh IH r approval" 'upon ...... To be../al-, I'L' G.VANS':' AGNBWAj.; ; ;.

; t:a.bAcI..n'Jn.;aart :r ; .. T 4rNr'Dame.OJ' name.;mgr"be Acores islands ,report serious, w* ;owe adqvotion-nodybir: and in ,.1

"_ ,,,... .., .. 'W.'.iwynot'' Cnow tauch, about"the. riven to .them, there,are a number. of shortage. of wheat., """ "- tt i her we should haw infinite faith.. We ,- .VaJUy.C* tt* Beim
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iFR'1DAY JUNE -' 5,11115.
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TOMARERAeEFORSENATE'Tallahassee CORRESPONDENT. ' OF .FLORIDA- , a, I BEAMS- % I"I ...
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i.i : TIMES-UNION PAINTS PROMISING I e FIRE ESCAPES .

., I PICTURE OF'CONDmONBTDROUGDOUTTtUS'SECnON'' .CliAMNKLdANCU
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candidate AGRICULTURAL FLORIDA. ALL -
'I Fla. June 23 -Gov. at Lakeland.. The other OF _
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P. G. Wall
Park the Trammell announcement late' yesterdaygavlout that he woulcb Tampa the senate, and are, x-Gov.:Hon. Albert' W.. Gil Predicting the correspondent a big crop for for the Osceol FlorIda BOELEH PtiATES :

.the United Statei Christ, of Punta Gorda.STATE county TANK STEEL JTI &
w a candidate for Times-Union. has sent the following "': ;
aenate in the 1916 primary for the story to his paper GALVANIZBDCOPPER I
plaee now held by Senator N. P Osceofa county, from present reports AND .
Bl'1D.ni.. seta aside his previoui i COMMITTEENOT and crop indications, is faclni .' ...
SHEETS .
ZING .)
announcement of intention to run for the best season in its agriculture ; W
congress from the First district to succeed history. Crops of all kinds promise to .. YI.
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Congressman S. M. Sparkman.The GIVEN POWER be more abundant than ever and ex TRUSS RODS -
governor issued the following excursions into new field STAY DOLTS ceaaectioa with ear Hardware fiae w. carry a c.a PI P .'),

statements"Encourared have perimental, in 'nearly every case yielded STRUCTURAL Bae .f faraitnr We make a specialty .1.utllittlag. .......,,asM c. \' i--- t '
by citizens from all CANNOT SUBMIT CONSTITUTIONAL splendid results. The outlook lor th ...... reEable
sections of Florida to enter the contest AMENDMENTS AS CAN LEG citrus crop is fine, with the grove IRON WORKOF t i.
and actuated, too, by my own TC I and trees in good shape; Increasing ALL KINDS
ambition I have, after careful consideration iSLATURE--AMENDMENT interest is being taken in natal gran Bed Room Furniture Dinih
,' reached the poeltive decision GIVE THIS PREROGATIVE WAS and fodder products that has resulted ALL HARD WOODS ,
that I will seek at the hands of OFFERED BUT WAS VOTEI already in many acres being planted Room Suits Kitchen Outfits .P&r- sr
the democracy of Florida in the 1916 DOWN. and stands obtained; grain crops an LAUNCHES- II .
primary, nomination to the United larger and of a better quality, espec '
States senatorship. My candidacy Editorial utterance by many of the' tally corn; while crops of several different DORIES AND lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, ;
,
shall be based upon mjr record in the publications of the state hat vegetables have been marketed< SKIFFS i
public; service, as representative, state led leading the public generally to believe that and are being followed by others, particularly -' BUILT TO Couches Etc. f.l
senator, attorney general and governor state democratic executive tomato and melon. .
and upon a platform of principles the next submit to a vote of Tomatoes and Melons Ripe. ORDER ;:
which I shall issue later. Judging cpmmittee may number of question of the community have been BOILERS AND .
from the voluntary assurances of which the people the legislature a decided against 'enjoying routing ears, tomatoes and TANKS BUILT TO Tab store b sakUr a record far itself b tke Matter',af .. i
.
support and opinions as to the sentiment Because of these expressions editorially watermelons for some little time and ORDER . belpinf people! to outfit ....... COM,sad see;; Our. prices. are' i
of the people, which have come the prevails that the the last two products now will be '
from all parts of the state, I am state committee impression carried with it unusual shipped north in considerable quanta PUMPS FOR ALL rlfkt .,
strongly impressed with the belief and that forthwith sessions ties. The conr crop is drawing particular PURPOSES '
that my candidacy will meet with of powers this body might well be looked attention and interest. A COMPETENT FORCE
success. As the primary'will not be being almost as splendid harvest which will also be a
in measure as
held for almost a year it will be some upon important a as a sitting of the general record crop, is expected and will g< FOR ROAD WORKAT TOOLS. FOR ENGINEERSNo :
months before I shall enter actively assembly.In a long way toward demonstrating thai ALL TIMESJACKSONVILLE ,
upon the campallr the hours of the last legislature corn is a reality in this state. a
dying
"I am profoundly grateful to the bill certain County Demonstrating Agent B. E '!; S
confidence they have when the amending,: serviceto matter wkat Had of aa Earla. JM fc..a Cat, Stsais,
people for the Evans -is erndering important
extended me in the past. Without of sections 1913 was of the under Bryan considerationin primarylaw the farmers and being in touch with) Railroad or Statioasrv Engine-wt Rare exactly.tk. Ta..It ,..: ?

friends and their timely support and the senate, Senator Farris offered the situation over the county his fol aced ia your everyday work-Wrenches, Hsa ers,, Oilers; atci,
assistance we can accomplish but little the state com' lowing statement of conditions is valuable .
.
with them and their loyal help, an amendment giving to submit to a vote : aD of the bed qvality aid workwaailip, aad at price tkatwQsarprise :

however, great victories have and can of mittee the authority people any question it might Bumper Crop Says County Agent. rIORInA yon. TUs store kat tks repntatioa of ....,'+tsjykardwar ;

be won. To those who have assured fit to submit. From an unknown Farm crops of all kinds are looking that b of superior quality aad ,... will *aak* ao aloe'! Is. f
me of support and to all who may see the belief came about that the well in this county at the present ... .. ... ... . . .. ....... stock. ... tj '',W el f
source hen NOW sad iaipectiaf big
take ia comiaf .ar
kindly assist me in the approaching had been tacked on the time. The corn crop deserves special
campaign I shall always cherish deep- amendment elections committee bill as mention. The majority of the fields M. TILLER + l

est sentiments of gratitude." Bryan it has passed or the house.A are in excellent condition and the harvest 0 !t
of the senate journal of is being looked forward to anx- Estate I
Real Agency.N.NNffnNM
i year ago Governor Trammell as perusal assembly iously. In my opinion several record .
the
now, was a candidate for the United Tune closed 3,its the session day before, showed that the yields will be made. \\.\.\..\\ Osceola Hardware Company I
understood
:
friends ;
his
States senate, astonished Farris amendment was offered in the Velvet beans and cowpeas have been Realty boughrand sokL
last November he suddenly voted down. planted very extensively in the county
and that it was
his tentative evening Houses rented.
the-state by announcing suggested by varioustapers this year and are making rapid
been
a"'idacy. m 'ongress from the First It has throughout the state that the growth. As the season advances the Taxes paid and Titles verified

die act. Raying at that time that ata committee would probably citrus industry takes on a more rosy for identSt .'
xecutive non-re
I date he would make formal
ter are
amendment color and the present prospects
house. His onnider: submitting an Fire Life and Accident In-
the
an uncement for the the right to vote, a that the groves of Osceola county will ,
mi has been undergoing a gradual {giving women amendment to more than maintain the high standard surance. <
cha since that time, however he statewide constitution prohibition and other constitutional which they have set both in quality Indemnity Bonds. NOTICE ;. SIti,
announcement b" the governor amendments which the legislature and quantity of fruit produced. f!
that e is a candidate for the senate refused to submit. But with the Cattle Industry Growing. 4'.II...J
mak three candidates from south 'lefeat of .the Farris amendment theo Along with the advancement in agicultural Notice I. hereby given that the following described lands, 0;' ..e"muchy<
'Ior a to one from the other end of it tee does dot the power lines the cattle industry for ..oo ..... ...... ooC. hereof a. will b. necessary to pay the amount due for special drainage taaea..'' 'r' i
home Is mm possess of a/fir> 8e..lon Ls ., i
the tata. Senator Bryan's which this county is famous and h levied under the proyl.lona Chapter adlertlaing: e
generally believed. I to the same, together with the cost 01 such sue and
Trammell'sl as .etOllbppoRlle
lit J k80nville, Governor I which is its most important industry, will be void at public liueUon on the fifth day ot July A. D' 1111. in front of; 4 i '
has assumed more importance with the Court House Door at jvia.imtnee, County or Uicnol. and !.tat.! .t norl4&,' ., q p
the organizing of several large cattle W. GRIFFIN laid special drainage tax ia.e..m nt for th. year 114. .. 1;; err '

.L'I companies within the past few months.tuyers all .t ,', Iq
from the north and middle e ;
Kress' Prescription or vest are looking more and more to Staple and Fancy tdui :::'U"'j

I fJr. )sceola county and with this increas. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. a OWNBR._ ;..:'. = :l : \ ,wq t 4
Habit in the markets and the : 0 #
ed recognition
Breaking Cigarette > .. !:I I Q"OIii .
cattle blooded "' .
improvement of the by [ GROCERIESFree .fi i
III' .
!
...J. took the cattle industry of this sec- . ...;' ", '

tion.s assured of rapid advancement. E Il{ ...______.._________._____..______ li 17 It lit Southern Colon1 U.TO1' .
which is largely nsponsible _ I..tloCo.. f d
that exists, and a.
The first step in giving up the cigarette for the prevalent use of cigarettes w ----------- Delivery to all Parts ____________________.______._____._ IS 17 14 ,41 Southern!! Colon, -' t4. 1
is to give it up. This must be ami. She is a hustler, and we congratulate lutlon Co. _." /a..p .J:'
done after having counted the cost, is frequently traceable to Miami Endeavorers. of the City : All _.____._________________.. t< .7 14 .HI, Southern Coloa-I- seasoned and stimulating food '. l atlon Co.M.M 1' '. I
and regardless of consequences; manfail and highly drinks. Take the ciaretteand Charles Evans, the famous soutr All __M____...___.... IT 91, .'14 .H. ,.Southern COlonI *, .,"
because they never really reach away ern field worker, seems to be taking 0..0..0.00..0.00.0laylewatiaC (Icatlon Co,*.VIT .... '
this point. this unnatural craving will in time of valuable time for acknowledgin All .i; ...____._,_.__......__...... if 14 t4.v Unknown>,._, if .,'i, '
Then keep away from smokers and be satisfied with harmful.some other Change,drug all the birthday messages sent lately) to UM Pal and Sickly All..e ._____.,,.t__-__ 17 14 '/40 Unknown y.. -,. :,as' .'\

a After tobacco each smoke meal laden for atmosphere.about thre equally should be or made more in the food served be mad to from Florida.GRACE Good A.: of TOWNSEND him. The Old BUBdtrd TA8TELK88 rmvral chill tmicttictilas'TUNIC,drim.took o.lalerta.earicbestb.blood.adbulideapth..yu. C. L. DANDYlTaz'Collector; :. P.i.t '

weeks rinse out the mouth with i a children. These changes intelligently may and IKOVVa Osceola county!::Florida. !:
and so : ;
of one per cent. solutioi gradually ". A tn one-quarter that they will be welcome :.ATTENTIOI
of silver nitrate This creates a dia pleasantly CATTLEMEN : ) .J'-
entire family.CHRISTIAN
by
and will the
taste for tobacco smoke relieve .
throat irritation. -
Purchase five cents' worth of gentian Control your own ran. e-area about
root or camomile blossoms, and< 10,0110ere..., almost solid body-am pi)
chew it during the day when the desire ENDEAVORThe water facilities luxuriant growth ot
for the smoke appears; wallow Rraiis. -w 111 lean. for term of years.
the fluid. I.o..Uun-Soulh..rn. Osceola county
in eliminating the poison Us<- your funds In the cattle bu..lne..s.
To assist
Kissimmee Gazette in its list I
take a dose composed of half a teaspoonful mentions several Endear Can I>P fenced at small expense -!
each of rochelle salts and of teachers your peen range In fast disappearing, '
the head in turning -
each morning before prers. We are near Better l..re your position MOW. 1 It!
of tartar
cream weeks.If out both good public school and Interested write today for further par-
for two
breakfast' tloulara
bath, or i aI Sunday school teachers.
Turkish
take a _
possible "
is t.he _
"Song and Its Meaning,
| good sweatbath of some kind twin beautiful topic for meetings held by HARRY A. HUNTER, : ,
and each
weeks, ,
first two s
during the Endea o- M R %zi-fir
and intermediate !Mint
take hot and cold spray or grown-ups 202 Andrue BidsMinneapolis
a
morning should her led
I a plunge into a cold bath, followed by;; vorers the June music 27.committee They and be of
by

a freely.Keep vigorous out in towel the open rub.in air the Drink as much water air as, of what great tones real power, but music in also making is-not from just all purity realiz purity of Midget LunchOPEN ,I Make Your Florida Home Beautiful t =JI>

Exercise open

occupied.In as etc.possible.brisk, are. walking beneficial.or running Keep the, rowing mine good hearts In St.in week Petersburg homage"of to "the they union Giver are reviva in of the all Price* RBonbU DAY AND Trade NIGHT Appreciated 11 Increasing Comfort and Cash Value t.. ; :;w EDir. :

with clinical work fourth a great; 10 DARLINGTON AVE.

in the connection treatment of several my thousand. and a plea for its for success joining comes with from them one i in and Mrs. Old and the children motored through Florida last fall in search of 'i 4"

canes I have found that Reasoned smokers food are< of prayer the Endeavorers of the Sunshin a ready-made property. Air. Old had in mind a place with beautiful surroundings and

11)ways stimulating fond of highly drinks, and the inten "City. Another call for prayers by our out-of-door attractions. Mrs. Old wanted a comfortable home, with spacious grounds ,; '

nd ity of their craving for the smoke, 1 1liseovered. I.. workers" is in "The international Christian Endeavor S.II.BULLOCRREAL where she could spend the spare time amid the trees, vines, plants and flowers. Tire' ;; r, r
convention -
,.depended upon how liber World will, that the of lasting help. Nex Old children wanted a Florida home that had the shade and beauty of their former one )" tq aw

.lly they used such foods and drinks of Sunday it prove is requested in prayer ; at the North. The Olds looked at several properties with ''well planned houses, but i : : ; fi
the
|t M necessary mustard to, the give free up use of use salt, meetings the Quiet Hour parts of the ESTATE there was always something lacking in the layout of the grounds. They saw other ; .+ ,

pepper he use, of coffee and tea, and also the. convention be prayerfully realize rememberet wha, .a.NNNN.INSURANCE. . . t; places surrounded by charming lake, river and woodland scenery, but the appealing ,, t t f rr -

tree use of meats. "that multitudes the may of God' really; ,. touch in home ana grounds was missing. Finally they came to a well planned house "i :
The following diet will ,be found ol practicing and know presence what waiting upoi 'ti located in grounds laid out with beautiful walks and decorated with shady palms and ', 'r 0' fl e
of thraving.
the greatest. If aid followed in getting carefully rid the< means God is the best preparation for serving Examination of Titles a ,s-; other trees, and groups of flowering plants, bushes and vines. They paid twenty-five \' *

1 will be made by the end 'of men." Let us remember. a per cent more for this property because it had been made beautiful and attractive than ; Il

the liscovery first week that the craving has It was surely a in C.Tampa'E. wedding, presiden whei Specialty. that at which they were offered another just as good but not so improved by planting. fl
and by the end oi R. A. Simmons, ; ij d
lessened,
[materially' of its city union, chose Lesle Bray, its

"nd he third that the week craving it is has not entirely unusual disippeared. te. treasurer Important, Endeavorer to be best was man married when -th.01. Correspondence Solicited. Plant Your Grounds During Warm Weather y

of two or three weeks June 17 to Miss Mabel Page, of St There are lots of people like the Olds who are looking for attractive Florida places, *
For a period Petersburg. We like this idea, don'tyouT sale that have the sort of It is r
lake use almost wholly of cerealood '.c but there are very few homes for right setting. a very =
form, whole wheat ''a and to add hundreds of dollars to the value of place r''s ,
i, rice in any A. Clinton Decker, of Alabama, a simple inexpensive plan your 1 r< */
:
read i rye or graham bread, etc., with nuts leader in southern delegation plant SELECT HOMES, CHOICE FARMS, through the expenditure of.a few dollars for trees, palms and plants. The investment ' #

ilk and cream, cottage. cheese, ol for Chicago, writes that "registrationshave !I VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE. X* will pay big in comfort as long as you own the place and in cash when you want to sell.i i ;. $ 5 tr

(the meal, masticated fresh) s btacidiruita as been coming in very unsatiafac "" : There is a large group of nursery stock that is suitable for warm weather planting.u*': :Ir'I r
us. besides
|ranges, peaches pears, apples, pine-and those torily.in Florida Guess are some close folks run for traveling -I MRS.' MARY M. SUMMERS Plants establish themselves more quickly during the summer than in winter months ti. *? -J .a r4.

pplea, grapefruit. Figs, dates this summer. But it'i I '1608 Penfield St. _
,, money r
blueberry
[ala anned ins, apple cherries sauoe, etc., canned; are also good too bad the convention The Canadian and war came comrades - Use Trees from Royal Palm Nurseries ST
the .
same year. One block west of Clyde avenue ,4
1 n orjwaUr.place of coffee or tea' use grape- however, are having it far harder (Clyde, the second avenue west of 1: ''i Royal Palm Nurseries, have a full assortment trees and plants ee "'adapted;;: I fit.t '

I Mothers should exercise care in the than we are in; and looking they were toward among the I court house leading south.) to Florida which may be put out during the warm weather The many,acres devoted '1 '
the
reparation of,foods for their children. future happiest when we got together at Lot I . t4.',;; to these nurseries at Oneco, in the land of Manatee, contain an endless variety planting r'.lt J'r.''r. t. ? '

ehildbat'l\ brought up largely on, higWylasonodf meta -- ingeles two years ago.. '.: material from which, to select that needed to _home and grounds r "s' rf, i"5i

irritating foods allowed, coffee and Mils Ruth Coffin, state secretary,, + :: beautiful and-yaluable.- Customers furnished with specific.informationabout (" '
and H trsdlra.ride
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will-develop". nerrouitmptoms lays many changes Wbaoerw,Yoa Ned a Osnaral TOalc i varieties and planting methods which Lsjof great v& --.De: I'
.'drinJf; ? recently. 'We.arc. I '
and"" feelings,' 'of unrest -fad the--come'are to-her,letting her know. An-., .-,' r' Take ro've'sTbli '") to beautify your place write now for the Royal Pi' urserieIi. tf, 1 r

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{ THE '[KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZET.TE. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, ;

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.... The Mothers'and T ael.r.) Literary);
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Tuesday evening from 7 to 9::80. Miss Inez Canon Miss CITRUS'ASSOCIATIONDIRECTORS'S and Social club will hold an ice cream,
Games recitations, music and singing; son of Jacksonville Miss cake and lemonade sale on Monday,
with stereopticon views were Indulged ler. Miss Lola Lawler, Miss July 5 in the Beaman building;, next 'r
Notes In. Refreshments of pineapple cream lis.. Miss Gene Thomas MEETING to the Prentis Music store. The pro-
t l.. Society and cake. 'were served. Gray of St. Petersburg Miss ceeds will\ go towards the funds for-
* tIr' Lee, Miss Witherspoon, the building; of pavilions on the school
Makinson
tt ll (Mattie Belle Harris Editor) DOOLITTLEOVERSTREET.Announcement Miss Naugle Virginia of Shelbyville, Ind., Directors of the recently organized grounds. A large patronage .is solic 4 .
ited.
has been received Carson, Miss Mattie Citrus Growers' associa
I here by friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Margaret Stanford, Miss which"is affiliated with the Flor-
5 + Req est b aide to all paU-oa of the Valley Gazette to Mad Item Overstreet, who formerly lived here, Virginia Tiller, Miss Lillian Citrus exchange, held a meeting e.1
I of the marriage of their daughter, of Apopka, Miss Clara afternoon at the Manhat-
of society events to lie Editor for publication in these colnns'X. Miss Helen May, on Thursday June\ hotel. I
17, at Rutherford, N. J., to Harold LAYMEN BUSY. L. D. Jones, manager of the citrus I Want Ads. I

A . . .OI..IOIOIOIOIC f 10 I U 0 I 0 10 I. 10 I 0 I 0 I I 0 I C I Sherwood Doolitt'e.' All who can do so are was here front Tampa to ,. .
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'I\\: .. I. 4 4 vited to attend laymen the meetnig. The committees sup
;i- : ., .MRS. LIVINGSTON'S SHOWER. Faulty Positions in the Growing Child i BASS.G FFITIIS. Shingle Creek church, visited the packing houses of !)
;; ,, J ,. .' and How to Correct Them, Mrs. J. T noon, at 8 o'clock. Friends and Orange counties made their FOR SALE-One second-hand auto- :'
', ( i)Ira: G. C. Livingston charmingl; Burckhalter. Reading I Love My Barney Bass and Miss Ada Griffith, willing to assist in this and the directors spent sev mobile in A-l condition. Cheap for :i"r.;.
I ... '.... \ :entertained last Saturday afternoon at Dog, Master R. D. Thomas. Vocal of Homerville, Ga.. were married lateFriday can confer a favor to the hours discussing plans for a pack- Cash. S. B. Aultman. ?6-2t.
11 ; ,: Mier hAf'le on Clyde avenue with a line solo, The Gift Mrs.! Arthur Cooper. night at the !home: of Mr. and offering the use of house proposed sites and equip-
'.., ..... ? ,,. for Miss Elizabeth Carson, Paper The Mother and the HilfhSchool Mrs. Buck Bass, the bride being a sister i at Presbyterian church; The association has not yet DWELLINGS for rent apply to M.

;,Jr. t )t,', Carriage to Dr. Roy Chalker, Girl, Mrs. W. B. Makinson of Mrs. Bass. o'clock for short season of reached a decision upon this Tiller. .t
f / ".. t thpity, occurs on June 80. Talk, Physical Culture, Dr. H. E 4 4 4 then start in time to get but it is likely that a new i !
r as th tee was prettily decorated In Adams.A PORCH PARTY.Mr. Creek at 3 o'clock. The house will be built. FOR SALE-Willow baby carriage;
o aulstance' pink hearts were slrun) social hour was enjoyed by all and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman will at Peghorn last Sunday The campaign for members is l con- good condition. Mrs. E. E. ENaugle.
the
e chers .he has living room, typifying present and delicious refreshments of entertain the members of the Senior profitable service. and it is believed that before 118 Main street. 19-tf
Of the affair. Suspend fruit salad and cake and tea were and their friends shipping season arrives a big/ ma-
In domestic sci handelier was an invert the hostesses. Epworth League of the in this section will modern cot-
r 4 served by crop FOR RENT-Six room
manual trsininto which the guests place with a porch party Tuesday eveningat / CITY SUNDAY
rs the bride-to-be. When their home on Verona street. represented in the membership. tage, close in; $12 per month. E.
1 upper cla0se.s for E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur-
courses had arrived Miss Carson was scale BROWNROWLAND.Marripd * Posciel Ave. The Inn).
104 (
Jf tI( of a chair beneath the parasol and a at the home of Mr. and TEA FOR MISS CARSON. CONVENTION BUSINESS SCHOOL TO ance.

{ ">bon attached to the parasol wasulled Mrs. E. E. Brown, at Campbell Wed- Mrs. John M. Lee and daughter, FOR SALE-Mission oak writing
k' soon rOUreila- dropping the gifts in a ehoweimakekbout ivosdav, June 16/ 1915, their only Miss Mildred Lee, are entertaining at school desk and bookcase combined, per-
': her. The guests gathered daughter Miss. Ernestine Elberta their home this afternoon with a tea The Sunday HOLD COMMENCEMENT fect condition. Inquire Box 511,
the simmee have arranged to
around her as she opened pack- Brown Wesley] John Rowland. Rev. in honor of Miss Elizabeth Carson, convention Kissimmce, Fla. 24tfFOUNDLeather
next quarterly
Forages.Cqa' E. A. Milton, of Kissimmee, solemnized whose marriage will be an interestingevent I I
Evar Refreshments of pink and white ice i i the ceremony. A few of their of next week. Sunday in July. The watchfob bearing a
the cream, carrying out the color .schemFoj ..: friends wire present. : Mrs. Melt 4 4 4 held at the First Baptist I Commencement exercises of the Kis K. of P. emblem. Owner can have
' served with pink mints and cake. 7:45: o'clock p. m. The Business school will be held
} were Bryant, Mrs. Dan Huff. Mrs. Alex DINNER PARTY. same by callinat/ the Valley Ga-
i and
Mrs. P. K. Weaver and Miss Mar; E. E. Misses Methodist Presbyterian Monday night in the auditorium and
Mrs. Brown
Bronson. zette office, proving property
B. Prevatt entertained at their services
J. will
solos Mrs. suspend
several accompanied
school. The doors
rendered the Osceola
Carson High
I I Flossie Bryan, Ethel Johnson Sabra in honor of Miss in order that all paying for this ad. 23-tf
Carson. dinner Wednesday evening
i
i by Miss Elizabeth Bright Messrs. Curtis and Theodore ll open at 7:15: and the public is
Misses Elizabeth Jessie Key, of St. Petersburg and Miss free at attend the Sunday
Those were: invited to attend. The
present pro-
Cecil and 35x10
Brown, Johnnie Bryant, FOR SALE-Two boats; one ,
Covers
Inez Car i i Irene Trammell! of Lakeland.
r Carson C., Anne A. Carson Carson, Mrs., C. A. ,, Clayton Yates The happy couple were laid for Misses, Jessie Key, Irene ing.The interest in the will be as follows: 18 H. P. T. & M. engine; one lt;

))9 son. Mrs., Miss Carson, Mrs spent the day in Kissimmee. returningin Trummell. Ruby Prevatt and Leona work of the city has been ____ _ __ __ _n n___Miss Nelson foot long, 4 H. P. engine, will sell
Carson jr., Mrs.Mary Farmer, Mrs. N '. the afternoon. A nice sunDer wad Roberson. quickened by these quarterly -__ n -_____ ___-_Mr. McPherson cheap; also one pair large mules.
B. B. :Simpson: Bryan MrR'1. served at the p-room's Bunt Mrs. Melt C C 4 for the discussion of the solo! ___ __ ___Mrs. S. H. Bullock II. W. Thurman. 22-lf
+ Mrs. Eugene
r C. Bryan, Mrs. Roma Thomas, Bryan. Mr Rowland's home is in BATHING PARTY. improvement, but there i is _____ __ ____ __ .__W. G. Hankins
,ay P. K.Lewis Weaver O'br Mrs. S. H. Bui Winter Garden, to which they will return to East Lake room for further _ ___ __ _.._______ ___ FOR SALE OH TRADE for horse and
Mrs. Mildred soon A bathing party ___ __ ___ _Miss Dorothy Bullock wagon, one 2 cy. Buick In good
Miss Lee, Mrs. J. 11) . evening wa made up of the are earnestly urged/ to n
Jock, Thursday .. _.
Clark, Mrs. H. W. Boice, Miss France following: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stan- ing meetings and ; _u_ __ _u u __and W. H. )Dawcs (condition:<>od tires; must sell or
l Bay, Mrs. B. C. Ansted, Mrs. H, c. FAREWELL (PARTY. ford Misses Margaret and Mattie program. The program solo------------Laurence Griffin trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O.

Stanford Mrs. Barber, Mrs. W. D. The members) of the Christian. Stanford, Mrs. S. H Bullock, Mr. and 1. Devotional service, -- -- _______W. II. lawesMcPherson Dox 221. Kl lmmee. 7tf
J p Crawford Miss Virginia\ Makinson, church entertained last Friday after- Mrs. J. D. Clark, Miss Lottie Clark, ture reading and prayers, I> __ __ _ __ _____ _Mr. -
i Miss Ruth! Thomas, Miss Jean Thorn noon at the Chanter House in honorof Miss Elizabeth Carson, Miss Inez Carson Carson. __uu_ ___uand Miss Nelson STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.5O
2. How to Improve ____ ____ ,______B. C. Ansted at $1.60.
i as, Mrs. Veroa Ellis Miss Marie Ifudkdleston Dr and Mrs. G W. Downing, who Miss Margaret Nelson, Miss Lil- for 1,000. Cabbage plants
Miss Virginia Tiller, Mrs. Ed left Sunday for NehraRka to make lian Eldridge, R. E. Evans, Lee Jar- Upon the Sunday School by I Diplomas..Supt. C. E. Yowell Peach, plum, pear and cherry trees
gar Katz, Mrs. E. E. Naugle, MisIlasel their home. During the afternoon the rell and K. McPherson. Holt. i Students who will receive diplomas at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-
Naugle, Miss Lucy Withe following program was enjoyed A . 3. How to Deepen the Kissimmee Business college foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48-tf

(: t }: spoon, Miss Lola Lawler, Miss Lotti niano Bolo, Miss Gusaie Winn. Talk, BATHING PARTY. Study of the Lesson by as follows: Rhea Pherigo. book-
Lawler, Miss Mabelle Atwood, Miss Dr. Rivers Vocal solo Miss Mills. A crowd of people enjoyed a Chisholm. and stenography; Virginia FURNISHED ROOMS for light
t Ellen Ansted, Mis Winn. Vocal solo young 4. Are We Making at low rates for the
Ethel Hale, Miss Reading. Miss Grace to Oliver's island Tues- : bookkeeping and office rou- housekeeping
,\, .4, Norma Griffin. Miss Margaret Stan Miss Susie Speer Vocal solo Miss bathing afternoon.trip After a swim in the forts to Standardize Our ne; Etta Witherspoon, stenography; summer. Very close in, in plan.
s' ford and Miss Anne Ansled.w Elizabeth Aultman. Talk, Rev Chis- day lake was served. Rev. S. W. Ijiwler.B. Porter, bookkeeping and sten view of lake; always a good breeze;;
k? a
holm. Talk. Dr. Downing. After the picnic supper How Can We desirable location; all conveniences
.
Those in the party were Misses Irene ; Nelson Makinson, bookkeep- very
4 1 ORTEGAROSENBERGER.Joseph program delicious refreshments were Trammell! of Lakeland, Jessie Key of i to a Proper Consideration and office routine. I ; large porches; any number
terests of the Sunday desired at one-naif winter
served. of
of Dixon, Lenora Student who will receive certifi- rooms
St. Petersburg, Mary
.( a'; : Stephen Ortega and Mis s 4 4WATERMELON Richards, Ruby Prevatt, Leona Rob- i W. B. Witherspoon.The of proficiency are as follows: rales. Call or address No .14
Rosa Tress Rosenberger, both of music for the L. S. Bullock and of S. Orlando avenue. 18 JTVELVENT
8 a SOCIAL. erson, Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Mrs. J. Z. bookkeeping
a: Ir Jacksonville, were married at the< Roberson. Mrs. J, D. Woodbeck, Mrs.J. under the supervision of P. routine; L. S. Carr, bookkeeping
s Catholic church here lats Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. Johnson delightfully S. Cade), MeR rs. George Gardner, and the choirs of the office routine; Lyle Story, book BEANS WANTED\ -Coii-
the ceremony being performed entertained at a watermelon social Leslie Digloe, Dudley Glenn, Ted are hereby requested to lend ; Ralph H. Bearden, bookkeep mon variety. One quart to t two

by the Rev. Father Fox, of Or Dury Monday evening in honor at of their Mrs.home Johnson's on Glenn, Calvin McCaughen, Bartow "' 'OO O and office routine.A bushels. State price.. Box 41.'i: Kt I-
avenue -
ti lando. Well and Dr. Geiger.CIIALKERCARSON simmee, Fla.
Robert
Dutton, -0- CAMPBELL
decorated sister, Miss Townsend. Punchwas
beautifully
S t I The church was and daisiesTony -. served during the evening and 4 C C OHOC ...... motor-driven freight sled, pro-
I in ferns, hydrangeas / !
Pair Bruaduiynear
j WEDDING. by a drum between the rear t LOST eyeglasses/ on
i Rogero played two beautiful vio several interesting games were played. Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick, Park hotel finder leavesame .
corner
; lin selections during the ceremony. Among them were the Young La The social event of the coming; week mee, was in this city was operated successfully I Ford ; and receive
at garade
dies' Detective association and will be the marriage of MISH Elizabeth Vienna, while snow remained on II
Lawrence Treks was best man and a tripto Miss Ethel Jackson was a l
v f Miss Frances Tress, maid of honor the adirondackR. At 10 o'clock several Carson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. her aunt, Mrs. Jim Bronson, ground last winter. reward. JPdqJ.t
i Miss Ruby Ellis played the wedding large watermelons were cut, A. Carson of this city, and Dr. Roy Raymond Craig went to ll.
( ,;!J.. march. which were greatly enjoyed. Those Chalker, of Lake City. The wedding Monday to spend a few of
', i t .Ii The bride was charming in net over present were Mr. and Mrs A. L. Grif ceremony will he performed at the family.
di ,satin and tulle veil with orange bios fin. Mr. end Mrs. Huff, Misses Dollve Baptist church at high noon Wednesday Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe y"c

qri t aoms. She carried a bouquet of brides Alford. Christian Critz, Marguerite by the Rev. A. J. Holt. June 11, a daughter.Mrs. / .
ti' .as and ferns. The bridesmaid! Bass. Myrtle (Collier Cornelia Lancaster Mrs. C. A. Carson, jr., w lhe\ ma- E. E. Brown spent
1 lavender with lace trimming: Ruhv Duke Bessie Peake, Fred tron of honors Miss Anne Carson, maid Kissimmee.
"' :tk'Wore and lace hat and carried an armful oft nV>idel. Messrs. I Lester, Alford, Leon of honor, Misses Inez Carson and Francis Brown left a
W : daisies: Following the ceremony ai, Bass. Eddie Duke, Dan O'Berry and Nance Call Bryan, maids of honor; ago for Wimauma to work MAKE OUR STORE
A ">. ,I', elaborate luncheon was served at the Mr. VanMeter. Selwyn Chalker, best man; Marion father at the mill.

'. .home Of'the bride's aunt Mrs. Tress. * 4 Farmer and B. E. Evans, ushers Jarrell; Mrs. Ida Norton, from
of friends of Charles A. Carson, jr.. Lee coast i is visiting relatives
., ti ", Quite a large number : B. o. a H. ,
the: family and the bride attended the and Kenneth McPherson, groomsmen, Mrs. Isaac Lanier and
Miss Edna Schweikart delightful! and little Clara Tucker, flower girl
.wedding.:; ; ter Elsie, were visitors .
: Mrs .Ortega. Is a niece of Mrs. A entertained the members of the B. O. II II Mrs. Joel Yates and

W\ Tress,of this dty, and has a number of; B. H. club with a theater party at MRS. O'BRYAN'ENTERTAINS.. I ton and Cecil are visiting; YOUR DRUG STORE I
; '"' friends here.Afterthe. the Dixie Tuesday evening; After the< Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan complimented near Orlando, Fla.
< ceremony the couple lefi pictures the party was taken to thi Miss Elizabeth Carson, the much-feted Mrs. Aaron Reaves
+y ,, for Jacksonville, where they will make Palace, where a delicious ice coursi e bride of next week with a tea Thursday -' day from a few day vi
4 { their home. was served. Those in the party wen afternoon. The home was pret- Clara Reaves, of Ki
4 4 Misses i Ethel Lee, Annie Cargill Mayei tily'decorated with flowers and grow- Fred Roberts, of i
I
of Lakeland, Marian Porter, Amy] ing plants.During the afternoon Mrs.P. here this week.
.i' ,. TALENT TEA. Makinson, Orpha Rose, Kathleen Bear. K. Weaver, Miss! Mary Carson and Mi's. Horace Brown, of We equipped to meet
.. Of pne of the prettiest social ol den Helen Bass, Lillian Prentis. Ethel Miss Margaret Nelson, of Jackson- spent Saturday with her are your
r' .. the aeaaon was the talent tea given by Gilbert, Mattie Belle Harris Misi ville, each sang several songs, accom- Lamb. Mrs. Brown came
'. \' 1.,. ')Ira. L. U. Zimmerman at her home Orpha Rose will entertain the club panied by Miss Elizabeth Carson. her sister, Miss Mary Lamb want
f ; e. + ''''1'' on Verona avenue, Friday afternoon.. next Tuesday. Miss Lottie Lawler recited as did hurt in a runaway accident.Mrs. every
I t 't A lavish profusion of roses was used * 4 Miss Ophelia Gray, of St. Petersburgand / Lee Lanier spent
? ? -; to decorate the rooms and spacious SHOWER FOR MISS CARSON. Master Lewis O'Bryan and R. D. Kissimmee.

*' jtpl ,i veranda. Upon their arrival the guests Miss Mary Carson entertained Wed Thomas, jr. Miss Ruby Ellis played C. D. Smith has
' t S C jjg'f;, ; were served iced tea and lemonade ins nesday afternoon at her home on several selections of her own compo- cago after visiting his
t ?, the dining room where Miss Virginia Broadway with a miscellaneous shower sition. city.We Look at these suggestionsAnsco -
1_ Tiller presided at the table. The af. for Miss Elizabeths Carson. whose After the program the guests were had quite a little
r'w* i ternoon might well be called a "rose" marriage to Dr. Roy Chalker, of Lake invited into the dining room and serv- storm Tuesday: afternoon.
V' n d. afternoon as the readings by Mrs. City, will; take place Wednesday. The ed with ice cream, cake and mints. The were struck; it also struck Ansco Films
4 with At Brown's house, down Cameras
Earl Lupfer, Miss Helen Bass and color scheme of yellow! ,and white was table was laid a lace cloth. came
"* \"" Mrs. Sam Ragsdale embodied the carried out in the fJecArations! and re one end a birthday cake with one pipe in the sitting room,
( '\ thought of June and its symbolic rose. freshments. The house was prettily eaTidle was placed, as the party also glasses of two large
k l! a: This; was followed by "rose" conun- decorated with Shasta daisies. About celebrated the first birthday of Baby ed two holes in the floor, Cyko Paper
i
"' dru I s ajid--"merry flower guessing O'Bryan. pieoe out of a rafter in the
t I. sixty guests enjoyed the afternoon
con n which Mrs. E. E. Wells wall Delicious refreshments of ice cream,, The following ladies' enjoyed the af- house, killed a chicken near ,
: IJ.( a beautiful bouquet of roses punch and cake were served. ternoon with this attractive hostess of the house. No one was Face Creams
.f (having the nearest correct list. A 4 4 4 and honor guest: Mrs. C. A. Carson, ting room. Eme tine was Toilet Waters
to dainty ice course was served, the favors sr., Mrs. C. A. Carson jr. Mrs. Bert shocked: John Rowland
, ; "I.. to each guest being roses. Those BATHING PARTY.A Bryan, Mrs. Eugene firyan Mrs. P. down. he was in the next
, present" were Mrs. Cote, Mrs. Winn,, party of young folks enjoyed c K. Weaver, Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Mrs. Mrs. E. E. Brown is Face Powders
) r M r a. Marks Mrs. Drigger. Mrs. Brat- launch ride and bathing trip to Para- S. H. Bullock, Mrs. B. C. Anted Mrs. out honey this week.
#' /to-- W J,,!: ton, Mrs. Inn, Mrs. Nichola, Mrs. dise island Tuesday evening. After i B. B. Simpson Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. Martha Yates, of
/ and Domestic
+ ,,; 1' Thomas, Mrs. Stout Mrs. Morrow,, plunge in the lake a picnic supper was Mrs. W. I. Barber. Mrs. W. B. Makinson is visiting her son, Joel Both Imported
.' -r J. )Irs. Bronson, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Parsons served. Those in the party were Mrs. N. B. Carson, Mrs. Vemer Bert Garrett wife,
4 .... Mrs. Stephen McPhatter, Mrs. Misses Lola and Lottie Lawler. Lucy Ellis Mrs. John Lee, Mrs. Roma 'i' and sister Bessie, made
Ii ) Redwood, Mrs. Beaman, Mrs. Clark, Witherspoon, Inn Carson. Messrs. Thomas, Mrs. Farmer, Mrs. Bearden, trip to Haines City in their
d y x Mrs. Roberts Mrs. Lupfer Mrs. Ault Everett Roberts, Marion Farmer, Lee Mrs. G. M. Dunn Mrs. E. E. Naugle, day. SHAVING SOAPS FACE SOAPS-THE KIND THAT WILL
f, ( man Mrs. Wells, Dr. Adams, Miss McClain, Ralph Bearden, Mrs. Bul-
Margaret Adams Miss Helen Bass, lock, Mrs. Stanford and Mrs. Ansted NOT MAR THE DAINTIEST COMPLEXION.

X {34 Miss Mattie Belle Harris, Miss Vir- chaperoned the party.
i ginia Tiller Miss Ruth Clark and Miss 4 4 4

r 1 Parah Clark, Mrs. Cahoon and Mrs. BOAT RIDE PARTY. COMBS, HAIR BRUSHES, ......
- i 1 .Waring, of Lakeland.
ljy 4 A jolly party of young people took Gifts TOOTH BRUSHES
d. part in a boat ride and luncheon on Wedding
FAREWELL PARTY.
Paradise island Monday night, chap-
BATH BRUSHES.
V, A number of friends of Miss Ma- eroned by Mrs. 1C C. Stanford and
belle Atwood of Darien Ga., who left Mrs. S. H. Bullock. Those in the
t for her. home Tuesday after a pleasant party were: Misses Lottie and Lola
visit here, tendered her an Informal Lawler, Lucy Witherspoon, Inez Car: KEITH'S BOX STATIONERY-THE PROPER KIND.
,ym r farewell party in the way of a son, Messrs. A. E. Bearden, Everett
watermelon feast at the Kissimmee Roberts, Marion Farmer, and Stanley
Golf dub Monday night Those in the
Bullock.
s party were: Mrs. Pilley, Mrs. Belle ASK FOR ANY STANDARD PATENT OR PROPRIETARY
4 4 4
{ if e'' Marie Carr, Mr.Huddleston and Mrs.Miss J. S.Mamie Cadel)Pilley Miss' LAWN PARTY.- We have them and our assort- MEDICINES. WE HAVE THEM ALL.

ro J. T-Mumell and J. K. Atwood. Leroy Lesley delightfully entertain all the
. ed a large number of his friends witha ment ranges through
1, ; MOTHERS''AND TEACHERS' CLUBs lawn party Tuesday evening at his

?, >. :The Mothers and Teachers' Literary home on Broadway. The evening was Various articles appropriate.See .
and Social dub held the regular social very pleasantly spent playing. games

,martini: on Friday' afternoon Jun. 18 after which dainty refreshments of what have to offer be-
.v r.I.i'f;i at the Chapter, house\ JrJ.... S. L. ice cream, cake and punch were served. We PALACEDRUC STORE

...'..' .Lapfer and Mrs. 1L.B. Clatk were hostesses ; I
,......,. for the afternoon..'Jin. Mark LEAGUE SOCIAL. fore you decide. .!

- .MaJl J'-pre.Jdent.d. thtrv. 15th The Girls of will intert.iaa .
,'" ;Psalm) ,after wb&h: thr Lord's Prayer few of their friends Saturday evening SAM G. RAGSDALE, Preside +
t'J, ',' ,,i 4,;.,..''_p.ated'in concert-by. .the dub. in the parlors of the Methodistchurch. .
: t.l'd; tbe'followitg program,.was'then, *-:, .
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THE LIMHl *EE VALLEY" GAZETTE ,Albert"'E. ,Bearden, draft clerk at -Miss"-Annie Cargill Mares.,' of Lakeland C, EoI:I Swope' who owns and -operates = : liYbt.._. Her Iras-halt- ''Midis ... '
Is the of Miss Ethel Lee... the Swope ponyfarm in the IST CLOUD GUN CLUB final illness.r .. r ,
.R "0- (T l.>hon Wo. It,). . the. State Bank I returned" yesterday; guest Mr. Hudson. was.*' reo ; I ti
from a visit at Ocala,., ':J L 'Reginald, Cadmin,' ''of "Narcoose, I western part of the'city-waa: proudly preserved man''for his ;years i I \ ,- s
PnUUhed Every Friday By Miss Irma Trammel! of Lakeland visitor in city,on.Thursday;; I bowing three fine colts on the streetsof 1
; .was a the The Uttle'fel. AGAIN THE until two' days before r his den<
w.. the city Saturday.:
B. HARM .* H. Ck VANS'Aaxmv the this week of Miss Leona Evans .' 'f .N"ERI .
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guest ,. i I _.CD; of::Felicity. 0. >pur1 low are tine looking-animal'and,,, attracted ; : eased, Ms,complete.eyesight/
Roberson" \ _: J chased 1 the Ediek five-acre tract near considerable attention.: '.. and other,faculties;* He was a i ,
"> 6 Judge G.VF.: ''Parker left ''Monday the Aultman garden for a truck farm. E. L motored to Orlando The St. Cloud Gun club wait again church member and walked je '
., afternoon for Jacksonville to attend' ",-Miss.Eme .Law.on ts\\.spending!the Monday,Lesley where he took his little on I the winner in a match shoot with the two weeks before.hi_:death to a
federal court in, that city. week with her .I.teri Mr. Roll Nver. daughter Virginia, and Robert the i KUslmmee club at the SC Cloud rang for the last time.- ,He united With t
i : Weather Report,i Mr; and Mrs., J.,> E. Rush are the street at Campbell Station.:: two-year-old son of Mr and Mrs., on Thursday afternoon. Ten men Cumberland Presbyterian' church ,
parents of a fine pair of twin boy Albert Bearden returned Tuesday Ernest Mach to have minor operation from each club shot. but only- the enty-six: years ago and was the 01!
born SundaynighG from Ocala! ,-where he hat been visit performed at th. hospital then. Both scores of the five high men of 'each Cumberland Presbyterian In the t

Mrs. R. B. Savage and daughters, log relatives for the past week. the little one passed through the club werecounted.. ted-States. at' ,the time,o>, his 'rawI death. -
Following, are dail Leonore Alva and Olivene, the in good and now The scores of these men were .. ,
;, tempera. spent ,. Little Miss Mary Seymour, of Miami operation shape an I follow: ,
tares and precipitations as reported week at Daytona Beach. is the guest of little Miss Lillian rapidly recovering.Directors First Round.

by Government station -y' Mrs. George E. Macy of Orlando, Harris. of the golf club of Kis St. Cloud-Morgan 18, Goodrich 17 I
at Kissimmee for the week end- spent Monday and Tuesday; the guest Rev. C. H. Ferrari, pastor of the .. have asked that notice be Taylor 18. Hargrava 19, Vannatta ld '

ing Thursday, June 24: of Miss Mattie L. Bandy. Presbyterian church at DeLand was given autoists and other* that they and Entrikin 16., Unced*.
C. F. Dibble left Tuesday in the city yesterday. I must exercise car in driving about KIsslmrnee-Overstreet 17 T. EMU .
Friday __ __ __ __86 71 Mi. and Mrs. the of the club. During the ,
ground "
afternoon for Kansas City where Miss Ethel Roberson returned home 18, Stephen 10, Billy Makinson 16,
Saturday __ __ ___ I week some one drove across one I
93 70 past Blscul
they will spend the summer.A. this week from a visit with relativesat W. Gilbert 18.
Sunday __ __ __ __94 83 I of the new tennis courts which has Second Rovnd.
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Ga.
W. Cairo
S. Davis, R. -
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a great
Monday __ __ _. __95 85 Frye and J. B. Cowan, of Jacksonville Miss Mary Burford, of Ocala, 1. ex. I causing quite a damage to the expense court. St. Clo Hargrava 19 Goodrich Tempttbe app t r
Tuesday __ __ __ __95 81 were visitors in the city Monday.J. I i I i pected soon to visit Mrs. Gay Living. 21 KissimmeerOverstreet Entrikin 20 George 18, Morgan 16. pIeeM ,the l ....',1 i ,', '
state 17 J. R.
The ha teen making
Wednesday __ __ __98 78 W. Fudger and Miss Anna May ston. press nOGrhJa the: b
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much of the fact lately that the government Gilbert 17, T. Ellis 19, Step"f'J' 17, ; '1
Thursday __ __ ___94 76OOO.OO..OOO.OOOOOOOOOO.OO Fudger, of Orlando, were visitors in S. L. Lnpfer, of the Osceola Hard. will establish a number of' Livingston 16. cdapclanand, :
the city Saturday.W. I ware company I. confined to his roomas I rJ
automobile rural routes in Florida. c
H. Brokaw, the "tree man W&8'' the result of illness. Mr. Lu Kissimmee ahead of them all in I ; w
fronds was
illness i serious and his Mrs. R. M. Price, of Miami is expected 'ire F.
in the from Orlando last Satur- many
city this regard, for Cecil Prentis ha. been Tuesday to be the guest of her
.... hope that he will soon recover. 9 'atr
.OOOOOOO OO O OOOO..O I using an automobile on his route for sister, Mrs. C. A. Carson and to at
day.Miss ; Mist Ophelia Gray, of St. Petersburg i,+fi
of Mart Ill. several year tend the Chalker-Carson wedding.
Mary Dowell, n, I..the attractive guest of Mrs.
is the guest of Miss Ethel Wilder at. Miss E. Lavinia Wenner and Miss
Miss
Gay Cushing Livingston. Grayis
l j The Local FieldJ. J her home on Mabbette street. returning from Richmond, Va., Helen K. Sawyer of the Wenner- THOS. HUDSON WELL ,
Irliuit
left ?
Mrs. Andre Van der Meersch left where she was a sponsor at the re- Sawyer company Wednesday for i y.,
lad Saturday for New York where union. New York to purchase fall and holi-
she will join her husband, who has Miss Clyde Cranford and Miss day goods. They will later go to KNOWN HERE DEADThomas
A. Treat, of Orlando, spent Wed- been there for several months I I Nance Call Bryan, of Jacksonville, Washington Carolina D. C., and points in ,
nesday in the city. who has been North for a vacation. DurIng -
Miss Mabelle Atwood, will arrive Monday to be the guests
Mrs. R. L. Gilbert, of Jacksonville, the guest of her brother, J. K. At- of C. A. Carson and family and to their absence the store will be in L. Hudson who was well uit
of H. J. Barnes.
was a visitor in the city on Tuesday. wood, for several weeks left Tuesdayfor attend the Chalker-Carson weddingnext charge known in Kissimmee and Osoeola "t !,
M. S. Moremen, of Switzerland. her home in Darien, Ga. I I week. Rev. A. J. Holt, pastor of the Baptist county, several of his winters having ExelailltljfJ' i ,
Florida, spent Tuesday in the city. Miss Blanche Brack returned Mon I Dr. and Mrs.- Dwight Rivers Mr. church, had a rather unusual caller been spent at Hilliard' island died Featured
W. H. Brokaw, with Griffinjr day from a pleasant visit with her I and Mrs. Lyman Helveston and Mr. at his study Tuesday morning. The this week at his home in Lincoln, Ill., K
Brothers, the tree people. 40tf sister, Mrs. Scarborough, of Auburn- and Mrs. Selwyn Chalker, of Lake stranger was none other than an alli- at the age of ninety-seven years. He ,
dale. I I City, will arrive next Tuesday in their gator about two feet in length which was the great-uncl of Mrs. J. K.
J. E. Saaner
in the city, on of Daytona Tuesday.C. ., was a visitor Father\) Fox. who has beep,. at Kis- ''motor cars to attend the Chalker- was found near the steps of the study. Hilliard and the greatgreatgreatuncle G. M:
simmee and St. Cloud since Saturday, Carson wedding.Mrs. Now the Rev. Mr. Holt suggests that of little Mildred Lightsey of
A. Cole, of Lakeland, was a bus returned home on the morning W. D. J. Sumner carriedto the city arrange a sort of an aquar- Kissimmee. His many friends in the
iness visitor here Tuesday.R. traln'-I I was ium in Which number of these sau-
Orlando Reporter-Star, Orlando Wednesday where she underwent a county will regret to learn of his
rians be kept to show our visitors.Mr. TAYLOR'CO.
R. Fenton, of Bradentown, spent may death.
serious .
H. H. Fertis and W. A. Drawdy, of surgical operation.Mr.
Tuesday here on business. Kenansville, were among the prominent Sumner was notified this morningthat and Mrs. Charles Barber have Despite his advanced Mr. Hudson '
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gilbert,. citizens of this new city who visited she had recovered from the shock taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. had been 'in good health until his
Sunday, June 20, a fine boy.J. Kissimmee on Friday. I I and was resting easily.Mr. Breaker. Mr. Barber has opened the last illness about ten days before his' -- .
formerly conducted by Ike death. Mr. Hudson was a man of
K. Milliard and C. H. Funk Mrs. James Colee barbershop ,
spray Clark Howell and P. J. Hirleman and son Adams. Mr. Barber carrie originally strong personality and character. He
ed their citrus groves this week. have finished unloading a carload of Clyde, and Mr. DuPont, of St. Au- from Rich-wood, 0., but has been living made the boast that he had never used Th. Howe *Good o-.s,,' ,. (i'7t
Reed's bread is what you want and lime which is to be placed on' their gustine, accompanied by Mrs. Critz- for some time at St. Cloud. A strange tobacco or liquor and attributed his >. \
need. Ask for it. 26-2t farms north of the city.D. low, of Tampa, passed through the coincidence is the fact that Mr. Bar. longevity to his wholesome methods of .

J. K. Hamell, of Newark, 0., was a E. Middleton, R. V. Phillips, J. city Thursday in the Colee automobile, ber formerly operated the shop in ,
visitor here on business last Friday. Boss and Misses Elma and Mildred en route to St. Augustine. Richwood to which Mr. Adams went : s )5 t'I.

Elmer Cape, of Princeton, is the Sapp, of Kenansville, spent Wednesday -I C. W. Ward left last night for New when he left Kissimmee. --"'- .... V.. .... .;t..... V' "" ..... v.. .... -oq v.. ..... (lkwI
guest of his sister, Mrs. W. C. Gilbert. in Kissimmee. I York city, where he will spend some Milton E. Losey,' the one-legged I
Edgar Katz spent Tuesday morning Mrs. I. W. Pollard and family, of time and then go to Atlantic City farmer of near Campbell Station, who

in Loughman on business.Dr. Narcoosee, were visitors in Kissimmee for awhile, returning to Kissimmee was injured in a runaway here two .
Wednesday. They were accompaniedby early in the fall. Mr. Ward has been weeks ago, together with his wife and
J. Davis
C. is in the
city, a
at the Park hotel. Miss Lillie Bell 1. of Fort Meade. I IDr. spending his summers in Switzerlandfor two children, left Tuesday night for GET READYfor
truest
Winn desires to announce thatin several years, but he believes the Fort Myers, where they will spend k
Miss Maurine Dann is visiting Miss the future he may be found at his United States is healthier just now, some time with her mother. Mr. Lo-
Kiladys; Crawford at Tallahassee.Mrs. ke"from 9 to 12 a. m., and from 2 to than Europe. sey is recovering from his injury although V
Charles Breaker and childrenare 27-2t he is still semi-conscious at the .Ji
4 p. m., every day. ,
Guy C. Harmon, wife and two
visiting relatives in Georgia.J. Misses Nina Bratton and Cecelia I daughters, of northern Ohio, have cast times. v Sheriff Ingram sent a man ,
H. Reed, the baker, has returned Overstreet returned Wednesday froma their lot with us, and are pleased with with him to .help care fer him on the !
from a trip through the north.A. week's visit with friends at Lake- our delightful city. They are locatedIn trip. 1 ;
J. Whidden of Cabbage Bluff, land and Tiger Bay. I Ir the Stauffer property near Jim "Billy" Makinson returned Wednes-
\IM-nt Saturday in the city. .r Mrs. Harry Watson, of PitUburg, I II Miller's.Mr. day afternoon from a trip to Fort BARBECUKi I
Meade, Avon Park. Se- I y
Always ask your grocer to supply Pa., who has been visiting her mother I and Mrs. Richard Berry, of bring t Lakeland, Bowling Frostproof Green and ,
I Mrs. W. H. Anderson at Shingle Charleston, S. C.
you with Reed's bread. 22t are spending sometime Bartow. While in Bowling Green he t
'Creek for several months, left for her ,
in Kissimmee. Mr. is
Berry engaged -
J. W. Mil'er afternoon
spent Saturday watched the shipment of watermelonsFrom .
Y/ at Orlando on business.C. home Wednesday. I in taking baby pictures whichare that section. Last week eighty- I ,
M I shown the Dixie theater.C. s
t S. McEwen. of Orlando, spent B. E. Evans!)' county demonstrationagent Cole being a motion at picture man from three carloads were shipped from A complete Palm Beach outfit-r y
Saturday here o'n business. spent Monday at Milliard's isl- there; and on Monday of this week sixteen -
Jacksonville and and John-
and and Tuesday at St. Cloud, conferring Mr. Mrs. carloads. Mr. Makinson saw one ;.
K. L. Hinckley, of Lakeland. WaR abusiness with the growers and lendinghis son, of Winter Haven, visited them carload which averaged forty poundsto Palm Beach Hat, Palm Beach/
visitor in the city Saturday.Mr. i here Monday and Mrs. Berry accom-
matters.
advice the melon. J
upon crop "
and Mrs. H. W. Johnson, of panied Mrs. Johnson home for a short "-'
Tampa, Saturday in Kissimmee. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seymour and visit. The Kissimmee Business College is Suit, Palm Beach Hose ]?alm
spent family, of Arcadia, have taken the' undoubtedly one of the best in Flor- { .
C. E. Gardner is making daily trips 'Murphy cottage on Vernon avenue and t Claude F. Johnson of Kissimmee, ida. It of
possesses a Department :
to Narcooaee to look after tKe,installation will become permanent residents of who was special correspondent! of the Bookkeeping unexcelled in the state. ...Beach: Shoes- J
of electric wiring. I Sentinel during the session of the leg '
Kissimmee.Mr. Only the highest grade cf .
course
islature which recently adjourned has
Clarence Alderman and Hendricks and Mrs. E. P. Dann and children accepted a position the GainesvilleSun study'' are taught. The Bookkeeping : '
Alderman, of Bassenger, were visitorsin of Miami, were the guests this for the next two on months after and"Bankirlg Course is the one chosen ::, ; ai''' for '. -, .' $759, ; ,
the city Tuesday.F. week of his brother, C. W. Dann and f which he will be engaged on the Tam. by the Panama authorities for its : :. : .. !
family and Capt. Clay Johnson and Model School of Commercial Educa
Tribune. editorial writer.
A. Gesell, of Gainesville, was a pa Daily
family. tion. The Shorthand Course is that ''If.
Orlando "Senti"el.George '
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business visitor in the city lIes- .'
Miss Elizabeth used by President Wilson. The -
Pat Johnson and family W. Persons, of the premises .
day.J. Donegan, D. G. Wagner and manager are delightfully cool, facing the n'; D,
H. Brewer of Geneseo, N. Y., wasa family and Senator Arthur E. Done- Dollar Limit Store, is preparing to Tohopekaliga lake. We teach much ,
business visitor in the city double the floor space of his store. : 1
are camping out for several more than the ordinary business ,
gan Workmen .
work
day.J.. Wednes'l weeks on the shores of East Lake. |I down the are now between at his tearing store business school pretends to teach, as

E. Bartow, of Dr. Eugene Sanford, of Bremen, and the building partition formerly by we have strong departments in Spanish ; ;
occupied
was a visitor in the city this on Ga. arrived last Friday for a visitwitft the Osceola Journal and when the and Frenchj also in Elocution and THE DOLLAR LIMIT STORE: ;' 1"f:
business.. his uncle, J. J. Farmer and fam- work is complete the Dollar Limit \ I allied subjects are #
L. D. Jones, manager of the Florida ily. Dr. Sanford made the trip by will occupy both rooms. Mr. Persons carefully taught. 26-tf l

Citrus exchange, was a visitor in the automobile. expects to enlarge his stock in orderto 1VOTICK. $ G. W. PERSONS COMPANY. Prop. I
city Wednesday. Extra salespeople employed this meet the demands of his business To All Whom II May Concern .\ ; 1
John Baas assistant cashier of the week to assist in the big sale at the which has been growing at a rapid This !I. to notify all persona that
First State Bank of Kenansville\ wasa Katz store are: Mrs. George Ruther- pace during the past few months. Mr. A.from U..and 1D16.after the firm the date of McCorkel of June and!K, I THE HOME OF S, 10 AND 25 CENT COODS'- -f .
visitor in the city Wednesday.Mrs. ford Mrs. John Chapman, George Persons is a great believer in advertising Thomas In fllmiotvpd. :J. IT. -McCorltel w
J. F. Burckham is ill at her Sawyer, Misses Louise Thomason, and attributes no small part of this ha. mold out his entire InKreit In the .

streets.home at the corner of Bay and Lake lian Kathlyn Prentis Bearden.and Mamie Lucy Witherspoon.Buckles, Lil- success use to of the printers'consistent ink. and persistent I7-Zt Ice cream bu.inee W J. F.O.McCORKEU to THOMAS.W. O. Thoma .."' .,. ",, ... ..... '\\I Ioq ...... "f Vl-oq ....,. --q I


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T lives and will save many more. of the state board of health a hands employed here In the manufacture Ga. was the victim of

&1 i MI&mi. .-In the opinion of the 'In wordsignorance is costing wonderful work among the people of of war ammunition have given- stomach. Woodstock troubles for a long time. He
b.rsof the State Plant boardsI Flortda.each heavy toll in human Florida. Starting from six widely
a
year John J. Johnston formerly of Kisstmmee such satisfaction that., an additional tried the treatments of many doctors.He .
:. 18. action is necessary if citrus life and in sickness that mightbe separated centers of population they will become postmaster of St. 1.000 women will be employed im tried all sorts of remedies.

1$ r.is to be eradicated and a res. prevented. There can be no deeper will go into each community, particularly Cloud on August 28. In regard to hit mediately. serious handi-
q, tion was passed by the board ins regret over the death of a loved one into the smaller cities and tht Appointment the St. Cloud Tribune _ _ His sufferings were. a
his work.
: city, declaring* ,& one mile danger than the knowledge when It 1 Is too rural districts to do what they can .ya: Long Beach Cal.-A petrified knee- cap Then to he tried Mayr's Wonderful

., Ion, around every grove, nursery or late-that it was unnecessary), that it to arouse the people to the Importanceof In its revolution the political wheel joint of a mammoth estimated by it does the

Al agpaiate plant' in the state of Florida might have been prevented.As this fight against tuberculosis. They will l hit St. Cloud on the twentyeighthday scientists to be 250,000 to 275,000 Remedy.dose Just as to always him what could !

p. V Ivttich'U, has been or shall become in will search out so far as is humanly of and old unearthed here first proved
I everywhere else so Florida. August, Postmaster Garner years! was by Anton be done for his ailment. He took the
., lnf ''with citrus canker." The little ailments seemingly trifling sicknesses possible the sufferers\ from this dis will retire to the ranks of private .. Cheroske twenty-eight feet below then wrote i
full :
4 2 or movement of citrus plants I are neglected with the expec- ease. Thty will enlist the services of life in favor of John J. Johnston.Mr. the surface. It is well preserved and "I treatment have taken; wonderful remedy ,

1f. c t ach area is prohibited until tation that they will "wear off" in a the regular practitioners where new Garner has well and faithfully measures fifteen inches in diameter. your better than I have
and feeling
,, fi 'ell a4 M tbe board shall decide. few days or they are treated by cases shall be discovered. They will performed hit duties for four years felt am I

e' iry out the provisions of the "mother,'' who seems to diagnose by urge the open-air treatment.-the but and during that time has made a Petrograd Russia-A deserted Turkish in four years. what ,I

;, 0 ace e hl< **. E. Jennings of Jackeonwcuera instinct every physical disarrangement I in the world and the cheapest.-for friend of every person with whom became baby was found by a Russian "Your remedy does just you :

ember of the board stated In her and who has an those who can not avail themselves of in contact. Always courteousand regiment in a farm house and adopted claim it will do.

4 p In domestic,onid advocate drastic pro. "unfailing remedy family for it. inherited the costly sanitarium. They will show patient, kind and polite he has as the daughter of the regiment. The "I tried several doctors but they I ::

1 manual traf any infractions and that from several generations back or accumulated the patient and his family how to re- been more the friend than the official foundling was christened in the Greek did me no good. I am glad that

Ii. upperclatate now has adequate facili- from her own experience or duct to a minimum the danger of and he will leave the office\ with the church of the village of Bardus the have found your wQnderful remedy.of ,.

couM7 ompet.nt nursery inspection from those of her neighboring house spreading: the infection. Their service knowledge that at no' time was there commander of the regiment acting as I have recommended it to" some i
r ofjou1dbli$1v.n. *-those of these six Florida god-father and Princess Gelovanna my neighbors who need it.
when Instinct administration. a
wives. But the i time comes ever an objection to his -
nurses far are far more than Red Cross as god-mother. The Mayr s Wonderful Remedy gives r
S -"Every; grove nursery or aeparate is sidetracked and real trouble nurses nurse
7 .. -:= plant situated in the state of Florida comes. It comes to every family in their responsibilities be free His successor John J. Johnston is child was named Alexandra Donskaia permanent results for stomach liver

which is, has been or shall become uijfected sooner or later and it often becomes -frte as salvation to be had for the a part of St. Cloud in all its make-up. after the regiment and the officers and intestinal ailments. Eat as much

? with citrus canker is hereby serious-far oftener than is necessary taking-to all the people of this great He came here from Kissimmee in the and men subscribed monthly amounta and whatever you like. No more distress -

declared to be the center of art infect- -from plain everyday ignorance.No I state white and black. first days of its life. and has taken an to rear and educate her. after eating pressure of gas in

r.ed ronev... which Lone. shall extend for;: modern is It cannot be expected that their I active part in every business and socia the stomach and around the heart..
disease these << days work will be confined to the of Thibodaux. L*.-Mrs. Paul Breaux Get one bottle l of your drujjjfist now
/''I, a mil In every direction from said I study > move that tended to the good of
$ 1'. center and within which center and more Insidious more stealthy in its the tuberculosis problem. In the conditions I the city. Mr. Johnston came to Flor- of Lafourche parish claims to be the and try it on'an absolute guarantee >
; all trees stock approach than tuberculosis, and none they will find and in which oldest mother in the south. She is if not satisfactory money will be re
..' are declared to be plants likely to car- is and more those dangerous who in intimate daily thty must work they must advise for I continued to reside in this county He 110 years and has great-great-grand turned.

c '..Jand: disseminate canker. The plant- association to with are him. Consumption I better sanitation and cleaner surroundings i. i man of exceptional business qual- -- -

4, I 1f.'t iidt' or movement of citrus plants tuberculosis used to be they will be consulted i'iBtion8 and is thoroughly capable of

t 1i within such area Is hereby prohibited as pulmonary not incurable disease if about ailments and they will be prepared handling the affairs\ of the office. Mr.

t. "' ;. until such time as in the judgment ort called is an Indeed to advise wisely and well. Johnston is a dyed-in-the-wool democrat CASH IS KING WE SELL LESS
It is recoRnntd soon enough FOR
board such conditions / Of course, each of these womtn (all
t ,.fthe dangerous i" medical authority declares and is now serving his second
T1' may_have ceased to exist one that high American in seven hut one) will have more than one hundred term as a member of the county democratic I
4 ; certificate shall be issued for one every thousand Floridians in her
"No
'. jurisdiction executive committee from this
bears the marks of the disease on
: f the movement of nursery Block from I scar end that one will have to cover district. EDUCATOR
tissue from encounter at somt
A a nursrey outside of such zone in lung life an with the "white the east coast from Daytona to Key 0

1 t ,..-. which vehicles) l teams, laborers orit'tther time in his don't.And West and the projrreR! of tech necessarily -
i' persons nursery implements and ,I plague Some recover some will, (he, slow There should be

.'. ..>yt.. others things enter that likewise enter 1 HO ignorance is the danger, for a hundred of them, and a thousand SHOES

: : . or are used in any nursery or when the diwase has profithsod far would l he none too many, but the workof

f ;iIlrI'e"e' infected with citrus canker." enough: for the unprofessional mind to ,',!uI'IIIIOn l hy personal contact with i
) t ., suspect the truth the time of the I the of Florida with these
I people six
\ We want to remind the people of Osceola and Kiiummee I
county
\> j. funeral is not far aWRY. .spltnilicllv trained women, will he a

.i :' nl'l'inninlwlh: July of I hinod i
.. :ERNEST AMOS WILL I year, I'Mfi! 1 six Kpli-ndidly I ijualifitd I I i l I men and \\omen He earrr all the lsdI.g ..art_ FAMOUS BRAND OF SHOES. '

Ii
t UtN f SICIUJ1 that h.T.- hues trmtrd ..
RUN COMPTROLLER Children. ASK TO SEE THEM.
I 1 llii. )Itiin, ) rev, i l\ i'ii 1 n "o"mu"I"tl..n i and fcnovra la be rmvrfimUr
Proceedings ft ,,.iti, \\ I mill, s.I" )"," i mipitiv, of Kin adapted to Florid. soil sad cli
sum"",'" c HHkltiK t" "e appoint. In
: hiiiulli' I Hi",. 'ho..1] I iHxikn for Ii ...nt > m.te.Orders.
f: 1-el
: r-STATE AUDITOR AFTER ELEVENYEARS : A flii IN OFFICE WILL SEEK ( l hI>, (I li. I immiiifl,, tlulr IIP..olnlm..nl. tilled promptly for NKW
L the School Board
CROP at all varieties of SKKIIIKANA >
_. 1 'A PROMOTION AFTER !PLEAS riHiilt MIP" :11 of, ii\I'i'I'j'I",': : ,.YoeIl t'x..iiInntIn, ripnrttd;I HH fol the reUCiI.I.ANT. MKI.O1M

i lows Numhi of fxilmlmifl. 17 num SKKII. m-KI> CORN KAKKIRCOKV. the Dun Bnildinf. J. W. Harris, Manager
: .1 ....r: MADE TO HIM BY HIS FRIENDS l inS, of lliKt' Kintli. t.'rtlll<'at,,K iHmi.il. .' MIIIKT IIKUUAKUKICD.SOK.1ILM .
I KlHnlmmie. I" la Jim.i 14 1"iii tThe .
TO ENTER TilE RACE. I. niimlii .r N.'HI grade ('<'rtincntiNiHHiiril
'if' liiiurd of .public Instlutllon. mi t SKK1I.
tltcht nunilier" of third grade t
jc ,,. :1 -- a. per lidJournnit(, HR Hhown I in, thimlnutM > i'i.rl".I'" .. tHHiieil four, number .r appIltantH .-.0--- /
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if June 7. 1H16 I I h."n l being who r"II'd 1 to I..B. four COWPEASAll -
(.' I The Florida Times-Union Rays: preisentV C HHKM chairman, \\alttr Vmount of ,'xatnlnat fei.m collected
Br..n..n and J 1-1. stniltnii. also I' P: anil ttirnid to the Varieties.
; State Auditor Ernest Amosa will be or county trtHHui 0
Yowl'll.I euperlntt. rid e nt . .
> i $17 Rhode sad Re4. Gr. Seed 2 Will Insure
_ 1 a candidate for the office\ now held by The board proc.d t.I I to appoint' : thtteachers <; IIoui1ftll. wan app..lnl.danl.. _.at.. 807 Beaaui.POUITRY pr. ct.
; Comptroller W. V. Knott. who himself for the ensuliiK year an foI-l llows tor for Hrhool No. 1 at a salary. of 135

it ', Is flecking the gubernatorial chair I : School No. I. KIMN1O1ne.'. U M'. I"r monthIt FEED SUPPLIES. Your Automobile
Kvans' principal MiMi Alma I.< liner HpptHrlnK from the records that Against FireFrom
'. Mr. Amos who is in the city on official Hrst: assistant. : Kobert I fl Johnnon; second -, th,. term of office of thp truBI..... In and INCUBATORS, KTC.
; business and has been for a assistant. and roach ..subjei to exarnlnatlnn for HI>I.rial tax nchool dlatrlot. ) No. 2 Internal
Write for and Weekly External Causes
f Miss tiara (.dh..U..r, tenth would the board ordered Catalogue* or
4f ,' ; week or more said last night that he I grade: Miss. Louise Clark ninth gradt nn CI'I.nltn"Jrh: : ; h on Monday AUK-: :: Price List.
'will'' ask the promotion at the hands fight A. Miss Albina Kmlth H. MI.. Oct 2. 1815 at Narcoogee Fla.. to declde AnyPlace in the United State /
r"5 Gf the people after his eleven years' Emma Kutch; seventh A. Miss Frances the amount of millag-e to be a... 01.- Ratavltahed! ..d I..re> L
_ Langslon" !! H. Miss Lola Lawler sixth m-Bned and collected annually for the seed u.._ Pa F..rlda. '
; ..rvie state auditor after No where it is. in
having matter
as
private public in
'Ie U. Mrs. F C. Bryan; fifth A. Miss Har I next two >'ears; and silo to elect the a or garage; a
;.. considered the urgent demands of his ':.tth': !e B: Miss Myrtle Hobbltt I truateea for the next two yean The E. A. MARTIN SEEDCOMPANY freight car or steamship
4 friends all over the state that he offer\ f A Mis* Louisa Thomason K. Ce :r1. appointed:: H H Hull H B Story
third' Miss M C
celia Overstreet.: A.
It Tlndall
Inspectors and F W
:
't' himself for their for this office.\
votes
Bryan. B, Miss Lottie Lawler.: second Hill clerk of said election The super Cheapest Auto Insurance in Kiffimmee
,. .Heiaian intimate and thoroughtftwledg A. Mlsa Ruth Clark. B. MI. Medora waa Instructed to publish I no SOS '
;, Bavt Psp Street.
rnrn.ta
I r ., .* of the duties and work of Mussel), primary Miss Lillian principal Dale MI.H.Emma Miss election I according: to law The Springfield Fire &: Marine Company, Capital $2,500,000
and to make all arrangement for ald JACKSONVILLE FLA.
leltivl1i. (
-ill the comptroller's: office. for besides . on, Miss Myrtllla F election 9
fcifV. having work In connection so to speak, Heals, music School No. I. Miss Leila There. being no further bualnesi. the.

p,4 ::1'.i' ''i with* it for eleven years, he has been Harvey fee School School No No 4. Mrs S. Miss I Rhoda J. H Lucas Blef- board meetln.adjourned until the next, regular

: f called on five times to audit every de- Bchool No f, Miss Annie M Leonard I W. C. BASS. Chairman .- - - SEE CARSON FARMER
partment. in the comptroller's office I School No: Miss Ruby Bass SchoolNo. Attest C. E TOWBLU Superintendent.
t, MI. Starr Paisley School No.
and ha don this Dakin Avenue
personally. ,,10. MI. Lillian Jde School No. II. Mrs ,
v There ,is probably no man in the Rosa Mseker. School No. la. Fred O. A London Drop a Postal to
w.'Mate/' Who is better known a* one Who Revels, prIncipal Miss Bessie Lawson physician practicing in .
_ :School i : the districts of that .
J.
assistant. No 16 St. Cloud poorer city says -
t J attends strictly to business, and the F. J. TERRY
O. Kinnaman. principal subject. to examination that 25 per cent. of the children com ..
t .
strength of hi. will be that
candidacy ; Miss Cora L. Maine, assIstant -
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':'';in all the years of his service he has ; C. N. Games. high school and lag under his observation rear" charms
.*t 'not used the office to build eighth' grade, Mls. Ethel Mills, seventh. and amulets under their clothing. Builder of
up a political and eighth trade work Miss Laura
i. , following or strength. His application Lee. sixth trade work. Miss Katharine
.' to his duties has marked him Bhadoan fifth and fourth grade work r 1 Monuments and TombstonesTwe The of the worldare
Miss Utrtrude fourth and third eyes
a* a man who will give the office of grade work MIII.I eda Koollttle, second -
comptroller personal and close attention and first A grade work; MI. Iris Theodore Deschner per eesit,, 1 I... tttmm
and the attention which knowledge Oliver primary and first It work.School mfrmtm' prices. Get the_ direct
No 18, Miss Laura Hawthorne: from mtf works Bad save the
<:and ability insures as the requisite School No. tn. North Klsslmmee. colored GUNSMITH I .....c.* ___I..'... the whoSAVES
: of successful management. W. B. Massenbern. prIncipal. M. K: on man
Cor I llth and Florida Ar /
,J Mr.. Amos Is in the prime of life Wright. Hattie King and Ludle M.Sp..r. nu
.
1 School No. 20, West KI..Immea.colored. ORLANDO FLA.
; % being. now about in his forty-sixth I.. I* Jordan. principal: Pearl ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
: :year, and has many years of active'' Johnson. asslntant Hchool No. SI to MI.. I a
;/i :, 1 : ,and good service in him, both physically Edna Schwelkart School No. 22. Mian
4 Ola Campbell School No. 2I..J P
Io'J t
i ( and mentally.
Hawthorne School No. 25. colored L.
; .
: '" /< : ak" .Ifidoesnotcaretobegin aformalt .\. Young School No 2fl., colored, wm'H .
; ..campaign at this time a in adaDce I Johnson Hchool No .7. Miss Hazel .
..;:.. .k1::, ". year I Norton. School No. 28. A. U Connor.
!. 1 of the primary but he acknowl- principal and MI.. Hessle. Whldden .
:j''y\ 'ed.edthstbeba.itheambitiontostepI I assistant Hchool No. 29. C. P. Belknap
:) ...Wf.G" "P higher and says that when the I Hchool No. SO. Miss Rose. McKenile R. S. FLOYDDealer
School No 31. Miss HodgesSchool
10'- ':' .time he will make fortnal : N1ilIIV"; \ '
;< Y1 . Proper comes No: Mrs.
t : ... announcement, and after that will I Ic School No. 40, colored \Mvllta Johnson (
; .' School No. 49. Mr.. I. H. Huff All In
i "- | "I', *o conduct his campaign that the man other appointments. to be made later ,
.
\, \ ,_ ho beats him will know he has hadrace. The board then proceeded to set the

-, '*; I. . ,.! ."' I salaries year a. of follow.teachers: for the ensuing. Groceries Hixy Grain a i\d Feed for: a: moment
; .:a;. ;: .Tyi a>t>:.attdrtv will leave for Tallahassee School No. I. principal. 1226: first as > PAUSE young man 1
IV ; '1J.I? ; early in the week to make sistant. 190; t and
:' i !J,;, .report" on the investigations he hasbeenpursuing I coach 1100; te'.thoKra.IW5: ; ninth give a thought to self. The (
I in this grade I7&,' elgth .seventh sixth fifth Corner Broadway and Dakin A,.e.
4 ; county. fourth. third and .second. grades. |65;
r' that
t I . primary principal. >7B. A. '55. B. 166 problems confront you now or
School No 2. |40 Hcl.ool No. S, 146 ,
i \ \\FLORIDA-UNIVERSITY School No 4. 146 Hchool No.5, |4E, 16 Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed will few hence.Look
: to be paid out loh"5 BSD' No S fund a years .
,.i'i School. No 7. to be paid out of
; .' S H I) No. 6 fund. School No 10. 140 ill.ooooooooooooooooooooooooO.OOOOOOOtoooooooooooooooooo
( t t. School No. 12. $60 |10 to be paid out ot
'i j ; : ISSUES CATALOGUE H 8 l>. No 2 fund School No 13, principal about you-the men of affairs. in country state, nation-
590. 126 to be paid out of S 8. yes,
; f ,.,..... *>. No. 1 fund: assistant-160. 16 to be Ia the world are the men who started to save early in life.
4t .ijM' paid out of S 8 1) No. I fund
Ii-.f. ; Wa are in receipt' of a copy of the No. 14, '40. School No. 16. 140 SChool
It University of Florida catalogue. No 16, principal 1126 $2to. be paidout They .have. the respect and confidence of the community.
of H S I D. No 1 fund: assistant Annual
:\. ', 'Yh'iwhfch has just come from the press. }80, 110 to be paid out ot the SSI). Excursion July 2nd to
-* neatly bound book and contains No. i fund; eighth, and high ..ehoolt..a..h..r Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they
170 110 to be paid out of
7. much interesting information about
; t S. S. ii. No. i fund; .Ix teachers. at make-they may hare a food time for a while, but 'wkat does tkair
tour stst.'univ.rsity and the excellent S65 |io to be paid out of S. H D. No.
1 courses .of instruction offered\ there. 1 fund. School No. 1&. '45. 16 to be personality reflect?
.First'; *given, general] information paid out of K S. I) No 3 fund School $7 .50 $ 9.,50
"
No 17 146. $5 to be paid out of & S
4 i concerning the history of the instltution I) No 4 fund School No to principal, AdollarorsodepositedinthisbanIcwjJIbeIi.
4. t. .- equipment regulations expenses $45, two teachers, 125 one teacher ISO '
: ?.te and i then "ollowa in order a de School No. 20- \West principal $45: ..- ncleus of an honorable, independent career.
,
$ ft'aeriptlon of the course offered in the4'sarious slstant.. IS $40$35.: School School No.No IIi 45.$40$5 SchoolNo to be : SAVANNAH\ CHARLESTON Make your befianinf now-today. Your

: departments of the university paid out of 8 S II No. < funi. School bank book wiD the
pare way.
No 26 $36 School No 28 $30 School
A Colle of Arts and
L,- Sciences No 2's, $40 H No 28. principal' .
.I o IU..* of :Agriculture, College' of Engineering $90 i $25' to b. ; It'o: of H S 1>. No! Round Trip Fare from I

/,4, ?, "'' College of Law Teachers' 4 fund: aaslatant.. $60. $5 to be paid out .

o' Hogs and Normal School and an ac- of$40 S School H I U. No No.4 30.fund$40. School$5 to be No.psiiiout 2B K I S I IS/I IVI E E

.. Th 4' ; : nt of the work being carried on by of S. S. D No. S fund. School, No. viaAtlantic State Bankof
S division of university extension 11. $40 School No. 31. $45. $6 to b. I
,_* paid out of H 8 l>. No II fund. School
cultural State
experiment station. No. 40. $36, $S to be paid out of S SU .
4 Puraery'Stock Inspection, Farmers' No. 2 fund School No. 4ft, $40 Coast Line
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kr-eperativ*' Demonstration Work. itemIzed estimates. of special tax,
sChool districts for school districts No.. KissimmeeCapital 4
'
/; 4 _ .Despite the great financial stress 1. S. S, 4. 6. and were received. and '
.. _ *r the country during the.past year filed and the amount of mlllage aa reqU..ted .- Standard
Railroad of the South -
f I ,the theM In and for each was decided stock r: r
'enrollment largest _
waa ------------- ------------------- $100,000.00

>I .has .rr known. belntestx hun- upon rntteh.'dI.: Yowell year was Instructed Tickets Sold July Zad. Fad Limit July 14th R.s.arce.v.r ------------------------------_ 400,000.00 .*
; hand. forty-seven including two to open all country schools on taflrat AD j. .
4 1 and'sixty-nine In the Ifctver1W. 'Monday .In August and the term Good .a Regular Trains. Oilcan and Directors.C 0
of .
t,1, same was placed. it five months 0 ,
I School. Counties ref STEEL SLEEPERS OBSERVATION
__ > H. waa Instructed to on th.1)ClsaIm.mae > CARS '
rtyLnine ttate ,and foreiguI high school and the rtt Cloud high A. CARSON. Pra.1.. J. M. LEE. Vic .
.: :: Fef. . Pr.L, i 'f
j _ '"Iho6l on the second Kotiday'' in Sep- Tickets, and Reservations CaD .a .
I twenty ,. :,' ::: *
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4 4c
? : T t.mbc C : M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest. .1
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I caUlcwrue wi'l 1Ptr'MIlt' to anysreatw Afh7P careful consideration$ die board W. C. GILBERT.Ticket Ajeat, J.,C. KIRKLAND. D..P. A.. tfc \r

i1 : !. by.addrinr th* pre*. a ten..ta department.tl to. discontinue' a* the the benefits klmd.rgar'Cle.H .:--.,. V' )Oer__..; Fla.1" .Taa paFU. :Rc4A THOMAS, Caber ,' 'i

t.J; .t.-uDJ 't.GaI rW from It.fid ..Justify the ,.. ,\ i.... / :'
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:JT: LOUGKMAN'' Sunday; ,Th.:.remain* .were laid to I "

/St 'Cloud Department NEWS ITEMS- . 0 rest in the cemetery to await the morn ij. Bc/ya/7 Ai o'morbilef '
+ of the resurrection .
:.....- '.. . .' .... .. ..-........... A S. 'Nelson and 'mm, -Clyde, ''and, ..' >"*, :,); _

\ II. Wade Tucker and Waiter C, Lee friend attended' funeral services'here'I It. ,I' ;

News and dotes .'"* Cit of Loughman have found the Tampa Sunday. .' ; ,
of the onder" From Our Own '
; Mrs. Mollie
player easy mark ao.far and 'contemplate Bass and little' daugh J
,Special Correspondent capturing the prize* offered. ter of Tttsalmmee. spent the week.end .' ,' :

r -.......... J., by the Tampa Tennis club. with the formers .parent,,.Mr., and ;it: .
.' -, -w-. --- T -- ----- .,.. J A colored ball team of Lakeland'willplay' Mr- Jack Yates., .. ", 'f.,&: '

,'1" JW.. E.; Pullen snd'daughter of Nari..Coosee :. Mr*.:,Coates. :proving a.charming* .hol.. the local cdlored team on the motored M. M. Miller and and family, of Cooler; "
""' *' iighman ball ground Thursday, over spent Sunday 'afte *
St.
were Cloud callers tees
on Fri :
noon with Mr. and Mr
h: day''lash.', June 24. .. *. G.C. Bronaon.
*. Miss ? Bell '. The First National'bank has a fan The E. L C.' baJl"team-wUl play Mra. Clint Bronson and children of ,." ,
it LUlie of Fort Meade wasi which is operated.by .Small-alcohol Windermere
the St:; Cloud.Marine* at St.. Cloud ;are' being entertained
a St. Cloud visitor
It hot air
lamp. u
on Friday last a' motor but It
i ' this week by her
Saturday'June 20.' mother, Mrs, E.!; .L.
''lk .Mr. Jenkhr.r 'Boston furnishes cool in the -
bank.
Mast., arrived air '' J>. Overstreet.., - h
old to' .
anli.; : on Thursday last .stopping There will be a. basket picnic with W. W. Alman 1 + ,
; at The Farris House. music[ and ..speaking at Oak Grove Everglade Cypress company's office melon to market* busy haulingwater
r. -Earl .Lupfer, and Mr, Bratton. of Park on the lake front on Monday Isbeing raced and the ground upon this week. He reports
which getting a fair price. The melon .
bJ> Kiitimmee it stand will ba 'used for park
St. caller 5. Come and
were Cloud on July bring your friends. were railed by A. R. Dennis.
Monday. A good time i* assured. our Wans.mOurte the aareflbecoming Ed Patt.rssnwho o.
has been I
\ 141'. C. S. Cooper and daughter Mis* Ruth Bass, our local telephone us for several month among e
Imbued with left Monday
Elizabeth a icvic pride and this
-Pomeroy left Tuesday girl who has been pending twoweeks for the barest
morning to spend some time with relative in Winter Park and Kissimmee latest improvement we owe to Messra. northern fields. He
carrie with him
and friend returned Tucker and Harper. Wa hope that the belt wishes of, his ..
at Westfleld Mass. to St. Cloud Monday and, left friend "
"I'Hon;J. T, Overstreet of Kissimmee again Tuesday for Keenanaville. She others will take up this most cornmendable many Miss Lucretla Overttreet i I. 1
was in our city Tuesday will be home again in few day work and that our town will apendln -
morning on a this week the sister
if be beautified guest of her [
business.Mrs ,> Miss Marie O'Berry motored overfrom > beyond our mot sanguine I ,
Mr*. G. 'C. Bronaon.
I
I. W. Pollard of Narcoosee Kissimmee Sunday afternoon. expectations. -..
J. Mv Gasser and S. I. D. Tison made a business trip to
: was topping in our city on Friday Dr. Wm. H. Gregg from New York L Bergert represented Orlando Wednesday ,,
last.;' city died at the home of Miss Ray the the Famera Union of We/tave IL "
Polk in the Little Louis ion of Mr. and Mr '
Stickney county state convention ,
3. W.
of Kiasimmee Ohio
v Downing, was on avenue, Monday Henry
Balknight had the misfortune
In our city Saturday last, bidding morning and was buried in the local held at Greensboro FILl In last week. to fall and ret his collarbone brokenone Auto Supplies ,
They report rapid the
good-bye to his many friend before cemetery with Masonic honor membership ,
day last week.
i But
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of the union in Florida and we are triad
leaving for Charles C. Clawson and both
on Sunday Cook. Neb. wife (
to say that the bone I I.
nicely
I. N. Harber and J. A. Morehead barbers)), have come to St. Cloud to predict. unparalleled success for this knitting ,.
r W F' of .Narcoosee, were St. Cloud callers I make) their home bringing. their two I organization in this State. and we. nope'that he will soon be allright. EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH ALL THE ,SUPPLIES"YOU .

on Saturday last .children. They have opened a barber I' Miss Mrs.Lena> S. R.and Field and daughter r Mr*. F. H. Tfoier spent Monday af- NEED AND YOU WONT HAVE TROUBLES "
1 Mr*. R. A. Gate are
Mr. and Mrs. Eleventh
W. I. Barber and lit. shop on street, between
.ternoon with Mr G.
B. ON
Woodall. THE
spending the day 'with Mrs. Jack ROAD.
tie daughter of Kissimmee, were St. .Pennsylvania and New York avenues.W. Francis Rexford ,, ;
Cloud visitors Monday evening. R. Godwin has purchased the liv- Pryor, south of town. Susie Tiaon. spent Sunday. with i,

Mrs. Roy E. Low, of N.rcoo&2e. was I ery business formerly conducted by The young of folk. are making splendid Mr. and Mr E. Yund of Chicago COME IN AND SEE OUR SPLENDID LINE OF; '
c ahopping in St. Cloud on Friday. Ackias: Bass. Mr. Godwin is a prog- use the fine bathing beach at 111., entertained AUTO SUPPLIES AND '
I Lake.Sigler these warm are being: by Mr. and THE LOW PRICES WE ASltf \
Harry Williams left Tuesday morn- ressive citizen and we are glad to evening Mrs. F. Herzberg.We :
ing to spend some time with friendsat have him make his home here. 000000000000000000000 were glad to see the FOR THEM. r.;
through ,
Benton Harbor, Mich. I M. V. Cheeseman has purchased Mr. 4 OO columns of the Gazette that the lay-

On Tuesday, June 22 the stork paida Hargreave's horse and wagon.. UNION CENTER. O men of Kissimmee anticipated holding YOU'LL SEE WE'VE COT THINGS, RIGHT- *
visit to the home oti Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Phillips, of Peghorn 4 a meeting; with us again. We would RIGHT x
PRICE TOO. .
Ichard Bowers and left has been \ill for time but ,
a baby boy. quite some 0..000000.000.000.000..0.. say come at any convenient time. Our .
[ Mrs. Aileen Page, of Punta Gorda, hope she will soon recover. door and heart h, .5 rw
ospending a few days with her pants t' Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Levi spent Sunday Mrs. Wetherbee was taken to a sanitarium you. are open to receive ,

rw Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kirkwood. at Alligator lake with friends. All near Orlando Monday. Her We to
regret .y' that Mr.
I Jf Mrs. J. W. Squires, we are sorry report a fine time.J. many friends join the correspondentin ion, an aged citizen of this Dicker-. rioI '.., ... \ ,:' J<".
neighbor.hood
:to learn will have B. Shivers and Mrs. of sincerely wishing that she will '
to undergo another Jennings is in a critical condition. There W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123 :, r
peration. They are spending the St. Cloud were married in Kissimmeeon speedily recover. I.1 not much hope for his : ,
comer at their home in Covington, O.Charles Monday. C. H. Funk and wife and Mr. and Mr*. Harry Watson recovery. .
and little
Feathers and family, and Mr. and: Mrs. O. J. Tomlinson left Mrs. Guy McClain visited Dick Fans- daughter Anna .
May left Wednesday .
) Miss Elsie Feathers spent Sunday at Tuesday to attend the Panama expo- ler' and family! Sunday afternoon. morning for their home in

.11 t,, Alligator Un!! Wednesday! lake._ June 23, born to sition.Mayor May and E. C. Roberts, of daughter Mrs. H.are C.visiting Liehtsev the former's and little parents a Pa.safe Her arrival many' home.friends wish Homeland for her' .-. ..-V--V-If-- -.. --.. _.. _--A_._ .___ __ _';:..... ..:.._",_ I

Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kiner, a boy. Kissimmee were in our city on Sat- this week. -
Mrs. M. E. Riggan wife of D. H. urday. Billie Rogerson Nellie and Seth
Card of Thank
Riggan one of our local merchants, Harry Johnson is in Tampa for the Barber and Edna Harvey were guest We wish to
of C. M. Smith and express our many thanksto Lumber Co.
who is spending the summer at New- present. family Sunday our neighbors and friend for their May
port, T. nn., is much improved in Miss Mittie May who has been visiting afternoon. kindnesses .
Mrs. C. H. Funk. Mrs. many to us during the illness -
health.F. with Miss Lizzie Murray in McClain. Mrs ..
D. Mosher soent Saturday night Odessa, Mo., and also visiting her sister C. M. Smith and daughter and I.IellieWetherbee and also and death for the of beautiful our wife floral and mother offer- Wholesale. ..a Retail Dealer U r ,, "

and Sunday at Alligator lake. Miss Melissa May, in Atlanta called on Mrs. Wetherbee ings.
First National bank has just had Ga., returned to her home in St. Friday afternoon. .
F. A. BABB and YELLOW: h
their lot cleared around the bank. I Cloud Wednesday evening. Her many About fifteen of our young folks CHILDREN. PINE LUMBER
Others should follow their example.The I friends will welcome her back. went bathing in the lake Wednesday w
+ Priscilla club met Friday afternoon At the pretty octagon-shaped bungalow afternoon. They report a fine time.
June 18, with Mrs. Fred Kenney I home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. We regret to learn that Mr. Spreng Atlanta Ga.-C. S. Stafford taken Shingles and Laths

on Florida avenue, fourteen members Warner on Virginia avenue and Fifteenth is ill at his home in Ohio. ill five years ago was placed in the -"
present After a short business session street, there were fully 150 Messrs. Malcolm Overstreet and Joe city.detention hospital. He threatened HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY .'
the meeting was turned over to 1 friends assembled on Monday night Prevail were guests of Mr. Lawson to commit suicide if, he was removed ; l

r the hostess for the social hour, who last, to celebrate the twenty-first wedding and family Sunday. so the health authorities have put All we ak U let ficnre" ''
Frank Bryan1 the him on the payroll for $10 oa your ettimtte r,
: had a paper with eighteen questions. '!! anniversary of this genial and spent Week-end weekly to
I the answers all to be found on a silver ,,, well known couple. That the War- with Dwight Funk. prevent his carrying out his threat. Courteous Attention sad Prompt Delivery. i .
lk" dollar. Mrs. Bessie Daniels and Mrs. ners were taken by surprise was evident Mr. and Mrs. Boone l Cashes Boone ,

t Delia Sage were in a tie, winning the for W. E. had forgotten his wife and daughter, Miss Grace, andRichard I Des Moires la.-Helen Bradford, Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla i.
,, I, quarter for the club fund. After dainty barber and failed to deck himself in Rogerson, of Orlando visitedT. 10 years old, has graduated from high ) ,
,1 refreshments were served club ad- purple and fine linen and when he A. Hughey and family Sunday. school and made arrangements to en- "

i. reed to meet in two weeks with was called on to address the assembly Grandma Masters and Irene and ter Iowa university in September. HVat : g I s. IloWurd Baker on New York frankly said all the talk was Jim home rd called at the Sam Bar- She will be the youngest student at'' c. j
Jr .. I' frightened out of him. But he madea ber Sunday afternoon. Mrs.Barber's Iowa for more than ten years. u
T E. P. Dann and Capt. Clay Johnson I few appropriate remarks and voiced convalescence is rather slow
of Kissimmee were St. Cloud callers j' his deep appreciation of the honor bestowed but we hope she will soon be well.T. .
on Tuesday.Mr. upon him by his many friends. A. Hudson died at his home in Piles Cured In 6 14 c+ i

PC and Mrs.. E. V. Porter spent Th3' house was quickly decorated with Lincoln' 111., last week. He is quite Your dnirffl will refund Jo Days It PAZO O a 1 / iI 1

+ Tuesday in Kissimmee. ferns and flowers brought by the well known in this neighborhood' "and OINTMKNT '.!!. to .cure say money.c..* of ItchingBlind. +
Senator A. E. Donegan of KisginT- guests and Japanese lanterns shed a is an uncle of Mrs. Hilliard. .Bleeding or Protrudlnc Pile In 6 to Mdayi,

u mee. spent Wednesday in St. Cloud. soft radiance throughout the place. The first application.!_. KIM sad Rrat. SOc."MONEY" We don' mean; the .bones you using i ias I'

Misses Iris Oliver and Bessie Whid- Cakes, candies, fruits watermelons, OOOOO.00900 000000000 'ark
t den entertained the Doolittle sisters sandwiches of different kinds and delicious" w but we are in the market, 'fot :all kinds of ;.

y and friends from St. Cloud last Tuesday coffee. all in great abundance 0 SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS, O animal, pones including prairie:and bleached

t evening with a launch ride to Oliv were served later in the evening, andthe : O The _!. _.._ ... '' '' ' '
era'; island on Seth TI. n's boat. Refreshments crowd did ample justice to them .00.0..000........... .f 'the ( CONTInENTAL It coder JMOHTHAUH the torn aIM bones'If'you: have! )any to selliwyite"us for ':

p were served at the islands all. The following excellent programof The weather; i Ie fine and everybody I ta COMPANY T.. '... ..*.!. It .* a per ; ;::4.% prices and shipping instructions' $f
v 'and'all returned to the city just in music and recitation was rendered busy on the creek. ...t. far ..". !...! ..r_ ......r.v- -. ; ;, l
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time to catch the midnight train. and the audience showed their appreciation A prayer meethig ha .been organized ea year rept'**.eat.tw.* ...Ttrmmm w* will r* "'e-. Tell.a mtewith us *. Wilson & Toomer.Fertilizer. COe '

Mr. Boswell who conducts the city of each number some of them by the people here, and is held y... 4 '0 : : .' .ty.
garden, brought a beet to this office being so exceptionally well rendered every Wednesday and Sunday nights, Department( 20, Jaek"oovillai'rToriaaC ;, :
't.. yesterday which weoighed nine and that we take the liberty of making except when we have preaching. The Isle PETTEY LYTTON &IILDU.: COMPANY CIIICAGO.GRAYSTONE '-- -. .,.. ... "M..af.ct..w..51....1. ,.......I, ndP..m.. '..m-" .'.> _' j.

... This beet was a comments: Mrs. Sam Br.mm.rt whois crowds have' increased from time to .. .,
beautiful rend looked like it would still on her honeymoon and her time. And as the prayer meeting is -- - i
be fine eating.During sister Mrs. John J. Johnson gave a the thermometer of the church we A CARsoN"Pe.jde; L N.:C BRYAN '" i

the first week In July the piano duet, which was well received hope to see it register to a very 40000440004004 Secretary. *. :

i convicts will begin work on the road and applauded. Piano and flute duet high; point? in .the near future. Every- f/r
leading from 44 hton to the Brevard by Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster and J. Day- ooay is urgea to attend. THE The Waters &
i CarsoiiGrocery t
county line and keep at work until I son, which was well rendered. Mrs. A party went bee-tree cutting last ;
that branch is in first-class conditionfor Buckmaster is quite popular in musical Thursday. They had lots of fun but ,
travel according to CommissionerA. circles of St. Cloud. Song, "The not much honey; all got stung. 1 -
F. Bass. Whippoor Will," by MilS Mattie Wilson Mm. G. B. Woodall went to Kissim-

The citrus fruit growers of the St. rod.. accompanied For encore by they Mis gave Edith"Just Her-aGleam her mee sister Friday Mrs.to spend Xizzie a Floyd few days but with was ; ; I. *. nami, rr.,. L a. routi, sir. Companyiit': : '

Cloud-Narcoosee district are invited to of Heaven in Her Eyes." Reci- called home Saturday morning to the ,

come together at the schoolhouse in tation by Miss Jane Warner "The I deathbed of one of her friends, Mrs.F. Open Year Round ,' ," { '
r, Narcoosee on Saturday June 28, at \
Right Way. Violin and piano duet A. Babb. Mr.. Babb fell quietly to
10 o'clock' a. m., for the purpose of by Paul Warner and Paul Northrop. Bleep about 9:30. Funeral services T Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .4' .- i.
; considering the advisability of form-
Recitation by Mrs. D. C. Thompson '--
.? Ing a local citrus fruit association to "Bud Jackson's Fifth Wife." Thsi : ,
work in with the Florida .; .,-, i
f". Citrus exchange conjunction in the marketing of was crowd an roared extremely so loud funny that piece she and had the to ......... ...... ... .' ... '. ... GROCERIESi' )1, 1';"" *"

; our fruit. give "Love-Lorn Lyrics of a Lonely .i.'f I.. ,:m.
Rev. W. H. Ball of Kissimmee missionary Lad." Miss Nellie Zimmer being a "COW PEAS"Allah. -- .;1' ,,,, r
in charge of the Episcopal professional harpist and a >mo8t at- 4444000404004400 + .'+ . . + +; . .4.o . "P y.
of St. Cloud will officiate a 4 .
mission at + .
tractive of .,
young lady, w.s. course, ;j,( ,. '
I the at 8 cervices o'clock in on the next Guild unday Hall.afternoon the star attraction in the musical line. standard varieties fa dock. Will sell you ODe quart or 4 WE SELL: ** WJ: BUY 1"" 0: -, ?'y. ,'.:..I.:
She several beautiful selectionson \
John H. DeGraw and family have her gave Irish harp the old Irish melodies ..e carload How"'J do JOG want ad where do JOG wt them HAY 0 O 01 ; J''i'.f

._- returned from a two months' visit with of Tom Moore the songs that never delivered: ? \ O HIDES i;' .; ..' .t-1 r:
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r friend and relatives in Zephyrhills.! I. die orVrow stale. Alec Durham whomwe I GRAIN O + ,' "" ;,
,y; They all look well and happy and are had the pleasure of hearing for 4 O 4 FURS .. -'. .i'
l glad to get back to St. Cloud. O FERTILIZERS 4
I the first time and who has a most .
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-I P. Newcomb, Corpus Christ, Tex., pleasant voice sang two songs which KILGORE SEED COMPANY 0 O O WOOL t V ''' 'i'
t I. inquiring for information about St. delighted the audience one of them 4 SHINGLES 4 0 ;.4 .'f:. '

Clbudj He want to come to the Land being the beautiful melody "A Perfect a PLANT an,.FLOJUDA. 4 4. 4 AND : .' rl;
tf;; of Flower Day." Miss Nellie Zimmer played 0ORANGE BOXES O O .' .
Mrs. Melmaker left Monday nightto the accompaniment for him on the 4 4 O ALL .' ''ve :,r
''visit her parents and relatives in I. ORANGE WRAPS. .
piano. The encores showed the appreciation 4 ,; .' '.I'
% California. At the station jusfebefore
4 of the audience. Truly Mr. COUNTRY I V
8'Oinglon i board the car, she was presented Durham and Mia Zimmer know howto 0' VEGETABLE CRATES .. .

!" with gold, greenback and please. Mr*. Williams talked and CALOMEL IS MERCURY IT SIC ENS j 0 PRODUCEWe ... ;.,"'.-. ..J...,
K "pills acceptable a great and surprise necessary and medicine a very presented a set of beautiful silver orange ( 0> CRATE NAILS. 4 4 ".).jJ.k>I't \ ,
from the Prlscilla club
Cfl when going to California. Words fail silver spoon from Mr. and Mrs.; !. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .... _ ""h.,>I. '!:.
+ teaspoons . . . . .
to convey her appreciation and thank H. W. Kale of Norwood O.; finger ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE I **,. Ian

to friends present and those who bowl' from Mrs. Hendrix; twenty-five- sell field and garden seeds of all kind ',
unable to be at the station when
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y ; were year-old fancy workbag from Mrs. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and '
abe was leaving. Mr. Melmaker wentto Frank Caldwell; one. pair of guest camping parties t /
Jacksonville and saw her aboard the towels from Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harris Free delivery in city Umiu. Phone No. 12. i( +

train there. ; silver:: berry spoon remembrancesby "Dolsoi's liver Tom" Starts Your Liver Here' my guarantee--Oo to any drag We are county agent for good fertilizer Ask u* fWureoUr and prices
Lu L. Baker who has a truck garden Mr. and Mrs. Van Arsdale. There tore and get a 50 cent bottle of Dod- on fertilizer *, 8g *'
brought in a Hubbard squash was a beautiful birthday cake in the Better! nil Calomel and DoesitSillnti nn's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight rts- '' 1

t...' weighing fifteen pounds. Some squash. center of the table surrounded by the and if \\it doesn't straighten yon "i. .
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M!'. Baker has also 160 hens which beautiful presents some of or Yaks Yoo Sick. right up and make you feel fine and

1., h ha find profitable. many which failed to the donors'names. rigorous by morning I want you to' go
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Er. .'., The Golden Rule girl held their we Professor Came.get made few baek to the .tore mad get your money.. These Books Will Help You '* iij I
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., regular meeting Thursday., The girl remark Rev. W. G. Listen to mel! Take no more ilokening Oodcon's Liver TnDe i la destroying toe *
appropriate
.k' j met at 8 o'clock and were disappointedto salivating\ ealomel when bilious orcoa.Upa.ted. sale of calomel tr.ea.use It 1 Is real liver >3_
..' Northrop made quite a little talk Den'fc.loe day's work medloine entirely vegetable therefore it ':They contain depaidable:informalloa all '
learn that the invited guests from voiced the ; LJAt on 'i 4
which evidently by
was Calomel I.I mercury or 'quicksilver can' not salivate make ..let.I Er 1 ,. (
__4. Narcoosee would not be there. Taking audience a* the applause wa generaL or you fertilising problems.; When? ,How, ,VTbatt 3 *,
which necrosis jof the bone
1r a > "',.din':".r and.supper with them they proceeded Nurse Williams was the moving spirit cause guarantee that one spoonful 'of Dodson's ;e ;.They. a ., I IL
er'7'quettioD.Twelaty
. ,, to the home of. Mrs. Kittle Calomel when it- eoroes lato- contact Liver Tone will put your sluggish| l o ; ; years p
Coates where the meeting was' calledto crowd.In getting,She usually together.make of,,this anything gala with our bile eraahe into it,,breaking liver to.work AJICI'clMa your bowtla of success is boiled 'down',in their contents, M It ,+ M

''" .. order.". 'After the usual order: of aha starts a; success for it is usually it up. *Thl. I* when you feel that awful that soar ,bite and constipated waste tr as__ is behind Ideal.Fertauars aDd our other. brand'
and If
nausea cramping. are'- which la sad tnak
number of'new you eloggiag yearaysteap ,
proceedings embertwra the happiness of others she strives for. ah ,and "all /kaoeked out".ill i I Add I- Trite todq-th. boob...freer :
< taken .into the club.," The This truly a' eae'ceee'lD .<< r i your btg you feel jnlecrable. guarantee that ,.. ..
.", party wee liver f is torpid and bowel eoaUpatodor.'ywo a bottle ,ofltodMm'a .Liver t Tonewill '1" < \
than adjourned for 'dinner. The ., '
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every particular.-.J has 'r :& Toomer TertawerCa.DaafM : ,
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disxi alaoated flue
f .afternoon being disagreeable one the ; ; keep your entire sadly-feet for : .",-
to' timewu P1eaiantlr-'I . tongue, U breath is bad or rtomaeh rout mootSa ,.Give I.-..your ehildrea.- Isfcarnlewt t" JatkaBvB.Fk.v". H i".*-" "JI', *j
After ,the Yoke:= arrlvnraed- :* 'Thera are 29,000 tnUas'of railway la :Jnrt taka a''' epooafal.of kanafea Dod- doet gripe aad thrlIU; Us y,. "

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.,4. A State Clay Pigeon ContestOpen ,I AUTOMOBILE" .. PARADE 1 S
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Golf I, Tournament. 20 Beeves to be Killed -- 20 4 ry?4.1'

Tennis Tournament 15 '-- Well-Fed Hogs -- 15
:a Both Open to Florida Amateurs. 5,000 Plates, Cups and Spoons to Feed".
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=:--Q.ss.as.Nr.a.e' nay. tes..n.a.a Iaee oasis,'J O.a..lta.eara ore..l.sis..wa 1 '"a;;=."sass. ._, "KISSIMMEE: ,. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1'1 'VOLUME'XVra-NUMM-Z7: : ', ,tI

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dale that-the organization next ea-1 ADVERTISED LETTERS.Kiasimmea. .' '

I FRIPP. ANSWERS 'W000ALL'SARCUMENTACAINST"EXPERTS" LET EVERYBODY KNOW ABOUTFLORIDA'S son will marketfrom 8,000,000. to" '4,-, Fla.,'June Zl.:;.lAAdvertised ; !k ,
000,000 boxes. ; list;, for-the'two. week
t"Th. advertising' of the exchange I* ending 'Jnly-ftV 191ft.> ,f
la the' hand of the Thomas Advertis- Adams, Mrs. ., Rltarj. k
; big S.ryie."of, this city Jefferson Brunner,'V,.. N, I.; Clay, Dr. JnranV'
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: [ CITRUS PRODUCTS Thomas, the president 'having-"been der; DaYl.,'Mrs., Emma; Green Gee. y
; actively associated with the organisetionf R.; horn,A:'IL; Moorman. H. L. D.J
i: .. rotor the beginning of.it*"publicity Marrie, Dirs."Burda" Mostly.-.-, Edgar; 'C
.:J' J.. -. ..... .1, effort. Mr. Thoma 'returned Newton,'Glide; Smith( Mill ', Lilllet 'e '
,, ;r.. our !> from Tampa yesterday, pardonably Barney) White Mrs..Viola;, v ,
.. Well well.'well}, $o G".B. Woodall county commissioners to prevent The Florida orange will never lose its the creator market papers. The Florida .. gratified'over the endorsement siren I WU'iamstrMiia Mamie: Walker W. II.,
'1* running amuck against county employed Mr. Evan's re-employment another popularity In fact,1 i I. more likely gPO'llten'ba" the goods" Then the-previous work of himself and a.. 'B. B. SIMP 1ON..Fpstmastor.; "t
agricultural expert and year in his I work here",some of his to increase it if the proper mean are is substantial backing In the qualityof satiates by the board directors in ' '4'
against expenditure of public money argument was; refuted by Messrs Lee taken to spread the knowledge of its their'products -for almost 'any roting the increased advertising. ...> Grape seeds, for which hlth.rto,1aG
.for eradicating insect and other agrft Stanford and Vans Agnew citing the superior merit. 'In that respect: California statement they might make about sessment. Plans for the new campaign use has been known; hare been found"to
Li cultural pests. He has gathered unto important part Mr. Evans has taken' with citrus fruit inferior to them. But there.need. to be arousedin are well' under way and with contairuan whidt'.1 is'especially. ,
himself a bunch of antiquated fire- in introducing forage grasses into this that of this state, shames Florida with the mass of the grower and ship the Increased funds available it will valuable to,, manufacturers of soaps, r, *
crackers, a broadsword a blunderbuss county. Whereupon Mr. Woodall disgustedly its persistent and widespread advertising pers a spirit that will inspire themto carry the story of the superior merit and a South American' refinery is mak.
and a boomerang and his sallied forthto declared he would quit argu-' of its fruit A citrus fruit that I applaud and second then efforts to of Florida oranges and grapefruit ing preparations to, produce it,pa.a' j' ;
rout and slay those pesky pests ing when such insignificant topics as' cannot be produced the former state. advertise the Florida orange and) throughout the United Jitate*. large scale. *:,
known' as "agricultural experts and grasses were injected into the discus but which grows to perfection in Floridathe I., grapefruit
". thereby rid our "fair land" of a most pomelo or grapefruit, has been I The policy of our cltru.'crowen a*
7 "owdaeious" and '.'bowdacious" and deTouring sion.Wouldn't that flabbergast you! The selling at ruinous price. the past season 1 it ha been reminds1 the writers of a ,
.. evil. millions and tens'of millions of dol- because comparatively few peoplein boy he knew of. This boy's uncle, who 'Trees ;
Of tours.. Mr. Woodall's especial lars involved in the hay crops of this this country know that it is one of had taken him in to raise wanted to Grapefruit and Orange ;

, game is scalp and carcass of the United country mean nothing to.Mr. Woo lall the greatest conservators of health start the lad on a mercantile career. Place
Standard varieties in all sizes for immediate delivery. ,
I States Department of Agriculture's Nor does it apparentlymean that grows and that its pleasant acid It was at that time a frontire town ;,
:', representative in Osceola county-B. anything to him that Florida unnecessarily flavor Is such that no one who accustoms many miles from the nearest city and your order for next winter for both Citrus Fruit and Peach trees: to-- ,, ;f,
, E.:. Evans. Mr. Woodall knows this; I expends many thousands Of himself to eating it for breakfast before the days of railroads, so that be sure of getting the sizes and varieties you want. 1
i know it; many others know it. So we dollars each year for hay grown in can break away from the habit. the country people had to wait monthsto Our trees are budded to the best standard varieties of both' '
4, might as well be frank about it and northern states. Mr. Woodall holds But the many look upon it merely asa replace any tool or Implement that
speak his name right out in meeting grasses in contempt. No wonder he luxury and leaves its consumption became broken or worn out. grapefruit and orange from heavy bearing tree.
and before all the brethren and sls- writes:'"I positively don't want anyone to the wealth, whereas the poor wouldbe This man bought his nephew a horse 1 Our Citrus Fruit trees have been grown by expert and viper.fenced "
t." tren. coming around to tell me how to raiseco'l1 able to meet the changing temperatures and+svagon and a full supply of such I nurserymen who have been in the business for,many yarn

Several weeks ago the Oscealo peas, sweet potatoes and hogs." of Siring better if they had household implements as he Knew the 1 1f.rmers' Our Peach trees are Florida grown and are budded on.rtasco, Plum '"
County Fruit and Truck Growers' Association Mr. Woodall refers to county agricul- saved some expenditure on wives were likely to need,I
unanimously adopted a formal tural experts or demonstrators as meats during the winter and bought laid out a route for him and sent him stock !, ;'
-l(;' resolution urging our county commissioner "humbug find "frauds." Of coursed grapefruit instead. In that sense it out. In ,the course of a day or two the' If you are looking for a first clue nursery-stock do-not-fail. 'a,

:''Fp to further employ Mr. that means Mr. Evans is a "humbug' would be money saved to make the boy came back with the same load he i send for our catalogue which is yours for the ..ki ,., This cataloguealso :-
Evans in his work in this county. A and a "fraud;" that he does not know grapefruit a steady part of the diet had left with. His uncle's inquiries gives much valuable information regarding preparing the land Fa;
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while it lasts.If . brought out the facts that the
strong; and able committee (John M. his business that he is not a farmer; young
> Lee, Ii. Clay Stanford and E. G. Vans that his advice is worth little or noth- Californiacould raise the grape-<' man had not stopped at a single house for a grove, setting and caring for the trees. WRITE FOR A CATALOGUE '
iti Agnew) presented this matter to the injr. It alsd mean* that Mr. Woodall, fruit it would be known today to thou- on his route or called out his wares, as TODAY. ; C '
a county commissioners. The commit- per contra, can give Mr. Evans cards sands who have hardly heard of it,I he passed them. He said none of the Our nurseries are located at Leesburg. Florida; also-at Eagle; '
tee's statements and this and spades in farming that Mr. Wood- or perhaps never have and are unfamiliar farm women seemed to need anything '
arguments on ; '
Lake and Lake Wales the famous Winter Haven section; .
occasion (before the commissioners) all knows how to farm successfully.Let with its flavor. We shouldsee he had for none of them came out to '
large display advertisements in see what he had to offer. He knew
were combated by one lone opponent- us see. THE C. E. THOMAS NURSERIES
the northern papers extolling the he had goods of value to these women
: none other than Mr. Woodall. He was The question of another person's DHUENWEBB BUILDING TA.M fJLJ VttJL r
/ merits and delicious acidity and its but he waited for them to find out .tti
'"dead set" against Mr. Evans and all debts usually is a delicate<< subject and
:his works. usually should be avoided in any dis- healthfulness. Every means that pro- what he could sell them. In other A
I credit Mr. Woodall with not enter- I cussion of a general nature. How- fessional ad writers are masters of words he had no idea of advertising

taining personal animosity against ever, as I have mud on my hands I would be employed to induce the read his wares. _
Mr. Evans.any It is merely that Mr. Evans feel somewhat at liberty and justifiedin ers of newspapers of every description We see schemes advocated for the tI ,,-_ ... .A- -y- ,,A- V .
( represents a feature of agricultural pointing to the mud on Mr. Wood- to enlist among its steady cus- better exploiting of the markets our
that is foreign and obnoxious all's hands when he publicly calls at- tomers. And they would not be com- citrus growers have already open to
, progress to Mr. Woodall's mOl backilm. tention to what he THINKS he sees plaining long of the lack of a market them but little thought seems to be
and that Mr. Evans is the handiest on other people's hands. I owe a I and profitable prices. displayed in the direction of openingnew A Mere Child f
prospective victim to Mrs Woodall's mortgage. Mr. Woodall owes a mort- I, Great Variety of Citrus Fruit. ones. In the matter of market-
wrath, blunderbuss, etc. gage-so I am reliably informed,. There is no genus of fruit that ing vegetables the Florida Marketing 1'
An retrogressive amucker" usually starts his Which is not criminal and'probably Is yields such a great variety of pleas- bureau seems to have struck the right Can Do the i ;
"amuck" near home. not shameful in either of us. However ant and refreshing flavors as the idea in that it is looking for fresh
Mr. Woodall's carnage two-thirds column in it does not augur well for Mr. "citrus." The orange pleases three markets in the small town of the '.,
with its color, and flavor south well of other sections for
and senses aroma as as ; Marketing
The Valley Gazette two weeks ago is Woodall's knowledge success as a
;'. BO fat with error that to answer him farmer. I got my mortgage principally when ripe. The grapefruit soon becomes territory to exploit outside of the MEATS ,' '
"habit. The lime is cities. Written for the Times-
completely in one article would use via unsuccessful gold mining ina a displac- great 1
half of this So bleak and barren arctic region. Mr. ing the legion as a favorite among Union.
near a page newspaper. "k5 ,'}
those who desire acid drinks
this week I deal with two phases onlyof Woodall probably got his mainly because duringthe 1
+ heats of It has been ill
Mr. Woodall's efforts to airbrake of unsuccessful farming in sun summer. trade '
We' cater to family >
the wheels of agricultural progress. ny and prolific Florida. I expect Mr. lately discovered to be more beneficialin CITRUS EXCHANGE TO ,
its action the than
One of these is not touched by him Evans's advice to be a useful factor in upon kidneys t and will give good F'cw.n
i other fruit that and its you
i in his article of June "U. but it illus- paying off my incumbrance. Mr. any grows use ) Mal
'. ) trates the inadequate grasp which Mr. Woodall very probably would sooner Is rheumatism recommended to sufferers from Gail ADVERTISE FLA. CROP ru weights, good quality at
by physicians.
.;. Woodall and others like him have of get rid of his mortgage if he harkened When ,rlN -. =_y
matters arricultural. I tell of it first to Mr. Evan's agricultural lore. Hamilton a writer of popular essays ,. ',

When. Mr. Woodall argued before W. J. ,FRIPP. wrote during one the on way the deaoluation between the of states life in, ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT OF Prices Within Your Reach"
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fy:I '.4-1 .)' some country places she could not STATE TO BE BROUGHT TO ATTENTION ,
'I',r enforce the idea of the utter lack of OF PEOPLE OF THE .
all that makes it pleasant to live thanin .
her title "Forty Miles From a WHOLE UNITED STATES BY AN One of our rich juicy Steaks will make us friend, for life.Gfie .
I,,; Live Stock News in Lemon." What would life be without ORGANIZED NATIONAL CAM

[ lemons if we did not have a more PAIGN. t.
than adequate substitute in the lime
Florida and Elsewhere. Mature bas even attempted to meet Jacksonville.-More adequate advertising
the objections of thoee who are averseto of Florida orange and
vy \If. taking off their gloves when they grapefruit than has ever before been
t .>, eat fruit, by producing the tangerinethat attempted is the j plan of the Florida Central MarketISBreadway.1'
'r SELLS HERD OF 300 CATTLE. which he has just purchased. It is natural bottle of juice, or cluster Citrus exchange for the coming season : : . '

k C.. Y. Barnes, Lecanto, Fla.. sold a stated that approximately $26.000 will of bottles. arrangements Jiaving been completed \, ., ,' '. '
':" .. nerd of 800 cattle to Dr. Blackston, be expended in improving the tract, Florida cannot produce too many of along this 112*. w ,- .'1" ;
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:' -VBrooksville.. Ga. for a stated consideration all of which will be devottd to raising inch citrus fruits a* it i I. profitableto The board of director of the exchange :' "fa ale Hib ., ".'0tJ-" ,k -:,' ,,1'}': ., ; t.,, ("c
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of $5,256.JOINT cattle. J. E. Creel, at present con. grow in this state. The difficulty at a meeting held ,in ,Tampa, .. ': ," . .. ,,'.." .. ':<'1 !" .. .
nected with the United States bureauof i. not in the potentiality of selling all voted an assessment of three'cent A .
:. ' : MEETING' .PLANNED. plant Industry, will be associated she can produce but in the undeveloped box for advertising purposes,.this being .P.... %09. 1'',
,.;al'. A joint meeting of cattle raiser and with Mr;' Graves, it is stated.' Mr. state of her market California?* one cent a box more than was 1 1rri
". representatives of packing houses interested Graves purchased the tract throughR. markets are far'more widespread but spent last year.
.. .. in Florida is thing planned by R. Otis, of Otis Holliday: At- that state did not find ready markets In the shipping season just ending r
the Southern Development Organization lanta. for her fruits until she began to prose- the exchange shipped something over .
'\ of which George M. Chapin, of cute advertising campaigns and she 2,000,000 boxes of fruit. From the
''I t Jacksonville: is manager for Florida. COLLEGE HERD INCREASES.The did not do that successfully until she large number of new associations affiliated -
',I>' It I. expected that the meeting will first pedigreed shorthorn heiferin organized fruit selling organizations with it that have been formedin ; ,t(
:{ be held ntxt fall. the herd of the State College of mostly cooperative.Now the past few weeks and the general
Agriculture has just been born. It is like a successful merchant, she increase in the membership of the old
;', HOGS FROM EVERGLADES. the first calf of Sultan Avon, 403538. has great faith in printers' ink. Nothing associations, it is believed by the offi- 4lH 5lH "
'; A shipment of a carload of hogs The great-grandfather of the calf is left undone that will serve toget JULY IS JULY
8. from the Florida Everglades which Whitthall Sultan, was once grandchampion people to talking about her citrus -- -- ------- ---
\ has been made by Walter Huff and at the International Live- ruits-no stone is left unturned that .
1, Ahren Bronson, both of Rittal Ga. is stock show.ALFALFA. might possibly hide beneath it a secretof When you buyBREAD ia
"t, aid to have been the first shipmentof success. ,
the kind ever made from tht Ever- CLOVER AND GRAIN. The Florida Citrus exchange and PETERSBURG i
Luther Childs, noted restaurant ST. Y
." glades. some of our largest growers and shippers -
;v *- has extensive
prietor, purchased an outside of the exchange have v
J. SHIPS FOURTEENTH CAR. tract in Jefferson county Mississippi, ,
..,....,Ii H. J. Hall, Sparks Ga., has shipped and will devote much of it to grow- done some some of it widespread most effective advertising too. and We

w another carload of hogs to the packing ing alfalfa clover and oats for feed- believe the exchange would have done Ask for the BEST "- -
,,; plant at Moultrie Ga., making the ing cattle on a dairy farm which he and have earlier
more begun if the
fourteenth carload from Sparks recently tatablished recently x ?; r&
managers had had the earnest support
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i WILL ESTABLISH FEED MILL for their advertising campaigns of We make it. Every Grocer sells Uo.
BUILDING DIPPING VATS. the mass of the members. We under- y1
W. B. Folmar Troy Ala., will establish -
r t Literally hundreds of dipping vats a feed mill in that city. He stand that one of our great independent v- >1
,;', 'ar being built in Alabama counties, will purchase grain corn velvet beans shippers i is about to begin an extensive I K.IAKERYFRENCH r
pai*.of the cost bting paid from the alfalfa, peas, and other farm productsthat advertising campaign in the Y
< ,-county funds in many instances. can be ground into stock fetd. larger papers of the consuming sec- -'-*- '
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; tions 01 the country, not overlooking ( ,.. -'t'"' .. : /AV. ")
: FOUNDATION FOR HERD. 'Y' ij''i,*v**; UA,,. t ;. ,. ',- ,"
TO. FURNISH 32 CARLOADS.G. ; "r
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State College of Agriculture, W. Mann and W. ; '. .... #. 11.: 'r :"" ."., .-" .
J.The H. Lewis, both
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Dr. Andrew M. Soule, president, of I'ort Meade Fla., are said to have 999qV"Q9 V"90009000.000000000000000000000QOOOO.OOOOOO 1 > .. "",.. ... '" .. .Tm
Athens Ga. has purchased a numberof contracted to furnish thirty-two car- ;' : : \
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;Fure-brad[ Hereford cows which will loads of cattle between July 25 and DRY CLEANING, PRESSING, DYEING ";_ 01,'.. 1... p:',:_ '._ ".:f(" L...... ..,....;. ?: :'.
be made tht foundation of a pure-bred August 25 to a packing house In Kansas OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED.>> '
e herd to be built up at the college farm City. 4 ;2,\
i and which it 1 18 intended will serve as TUB SPA" :I'lt l
., ''"j 'a neuclu for the distribution of PROPOSES TO STOCK FARM.It '
"farmera s is stated that Mrs. O. C. Patterson 3 for $1 YOU ARE INVITED TO THE BIG CELEBRATION ATFLORIDA'S dK' ; '

; : Silverhill, Ala., intends to place !
(I > ,.strain. Tht purchases were made by live-stock on an 80-acre farm. COOLEST COAST RESORT i. ; r
'fl' ,Prof.: Milton'P. Jarnagin head of the
college department of animal industry. ABOUT 400 A WEEK.An PALM BEACH SUITSCLEANED
: r k5 average of about 400 head of SPEED RACES oggga CASH PRIZES : '

<\J: .; ''MISSISSIPPI LIVE-STOCK FARM. beef cattle a week is being shipped by AND .
Announcement i is made that J. W. the Consolidated Cattle Co., Fort GREAT PROGRAM MARINE SPORTSON .tS/

4, '"' ;, 'Hays business manager of the Com- My rs, Fla. Approximately onehalfis Pressed to Fit You THE WATERFRONT, MUNICIPAL PIER. i ...:.', ,
1'[ 1 mercfal-Appeal, Memphis Tenn., hast sent to the Tampa Packing Co., .
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''purchased' a 700-acre farm near Ya- Tampa, Fla., and others to different WATER POLO SWIMMING RACES CANOE TILTING 1'. ::

s>soe'City, Miss., and will devott it toe Florida cities. STOP! THINK! PHONE LIFE SAVING EXHIBITION BY RED CROSS % ;;1 {
,,'the ral.ineof cattle and hogs. The LIFE SAVING CORPS. *-r-, :'

;term: will be managed by J. W. Hays One BANK of the BUYS Hereford A BULL.bulls sold at All races and contests open to entrants from any part of the state '..; : ,

i 'junior. public sale last month at Quitman, Phone W. H. P r' AKE us Entries close July 3rd. t, qt o 1
i"i 'V TQ.RAISE: HOGS AND CATTLE.!= Ga., was purchased by-the First Na- 80 L Broad".y ,'. !
V- .T' 3. W. Fox, Scott, Miss., wIll raise tional bank of' that city, which will .., Band music: all day. Evening Fete and .Opening of handsome. new ' y,,
,bogs" and cattle on a tract of 2,800 keep the bull for the exclusive and EXPERT CLEANER AND DYER. Band Pavilion on the .M...." J -
fo c: ,? ;f acre in the rich Demopolis, Ala., sec- free use of its customers .
ON SHORE
r BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS THE
"x{ .tion.V He will stock the farm. Alfalfa
.aptJTVorn will., be grown extensively. TO MAINTAIN DAIRY HERD.E. Agency Towne'. Tampa' Steam Laundry Bathing at the "Spa." Safest Beach electrically lighted for $

;U <9feVrJ ox i* manager.ofa cotton plantAiftn A. Summers Summerdale' Ala, .. . beach finest bathing facilities evening bathing.;' A charmin -., '. ry,; .
> at Scott owned by tht Missiseippi will maintain a dairy herd. 'Ilse 'will Florida.. lag .P<
4i" *.:' ,DtiU Planting Co. construct'a_silo.. ..Our.Service,: :Will. Please. YOU, : r Ask? 'your ticket agent for special .low rued. > 1 .

It;;. CHAISE: HEREFORD CATTLE. SHIPPED TO PENSACOLA.A. ; For full program,..summer folder, and informatioe.-address'vs -' ,'. C+t

1 I\i- .Hereford cattle wil raisedfarm . R. -Well Chipley Fla.;l chipped ALL WORK'CALLED FOR!AND:DELIVERED PROMPTLY;: BOARD OjFpRADE, >:':;; 'Sts Pstsobmrr" ;,Trim;; S

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+r DEIJCJ\IPTION 0," LANt0:1:-, III ,' OWNER '.::. :0:VAll 011' LANI L '' 1DlCIICRrnION 1- OWNER- fiat r;>> r ro
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'N.tlee la .r.7' glven that tbe following. 4..erlbed land.. or eo much i ji '! f i .
air r ,tll..of a. will be n.oa.ury to Day the amount duo for toss IIor.ln _teppeolto . j" 5 0"1:1': r :'bNE .
t to tbe eama to..etbor with the _.t of ouch sale and ad".rUMn. will II. ..c =
t + .". .old at 'Public auction' tb. fifth day of July. A. D.. 1116 In front of the :IU

j 1 'court Houw door .t KI..lmm.o. Count.f Oocoola and State of Florida: Fr&etL ____.__...:.._.::.__.__ I fe II'I" U..btooJ" P.r. % of SW----_______________._- "i 21 U NC0.t011R.a1ty tff \:

., Ca.on. Cattle 11.1. nJ of BIII.u_.-_____________ .. II .. to Nol"n,L ''iL. ..... :/ };;.

1 AU ________.__._:__._ _..:. 10 11 7U Llhlaey------Parsons ---: Lota" t. 8. .. 6. 1&. 16. U. 11_________. II II II .0 N.I.on, L. H.. ,,_.-,12." .
.!' r4 .. Cattle Lot. 11 and io_____________________.__ II .. It 10 N.laon, 'L.. H.. _' i'.11 \
.V CG. .. 1'.0. m 4 acres of Lot .__________________ II II It 4 Jab.11, L D.. LIt -
nje :aJC8CRIPTION 01' LAND. a a::: a '' OWNER. :: A11.________._.._________.__._ I f31 TT' Ltgbtaiy .-'-Par--- Lot 17.._ _._______________________ II II It 10 Ortmes. W. t.'Lie"'
td; a t ;Mq I aOD. Cattle otla____._ __ _______._________ II .1 II 10 Srooka H.Mnarlr R.'' ,1111, .
CG. _________ 1'.0' Lots I' .nd ao$4 II II 10 N.lao" .

1II\It _________._________..___ 1. II 14 10 Shiver. I. E. ___ 1L711df. I eon'. Cattle. .lu Lot Lot. "$, ..and. 1-.0-------._--__--__--__--_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_--__- 1 Y9 '29 $90NNelaoibLL.; H.IL .__, 3.711. ''\j'

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vy 4 df I. did.ed to Mra 1.. 8lmmona__ U Ie l111 Platt, Cahrln ___1'.15B. 11.11aon. Lots I. 6. T. t. 11. 11. 17. U. U, U. U. 'k
ID or NW core AU -------------------0 ---p r: ______ I II II 110 N.I.on. L. H._._ II.T' (
'7 +4 ... 11.4 fi B and 24 ft. It 11 Llsht..y _________. '
I of B.a. run 8 I.... ft.. E 110 ft, N Cattle and$7B1y lndoti2.$0-----------.------- 6 II It 10 N.leda Realty '\
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1 P. L. ________ '..U8W All Fraet! _____________________._____ 11 ao It 141 Llghtsey; ----p r: Lot0 ------ I II It 10 Cook. (f.V"r.
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( % of N.% Ie. TO )'d... .q. In BEorDer .on.. Cattle NW,* 'JlfW\u__________:::_ I 18 28 .0 PIIo.m.n, B. Lt,_ $.l4 C."
___u________________________ I 2 4 It I' Nsltlea W. R. 4.14BE Co. II.U.on. NE"%, of 8W14---- I 17 It 40 8..e P.r.on. ,.
"W ------------------------ I II 1. 40 N..ltle.. W. It. .... All __________u______________________ 11 I' It leO LI[ .t.---p ;: Cattle Co. ____ 1.1. 1,
1 of 8W ___ ______ I It. 34 40 Unknown. _H___ .14 Cattle 8W14 of ..._..." I II I' 40 8mlth J. R. _. 4.21
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a Lot .______________--__-- _ n ;: : 4.11 Co' -- ".0' u 2.t. W no yd.. N U ft. E'UO yd..__ 11 II II Tlner Stewartt
s I' All -------------------------------- --- 7 34 Southern laUlon Co.Colon-___ 11.11 All __________ ____.u_______________ 11 10 11 114 Llghtsey-----p ;: lieR BW cor of Lot 4 run N 100 ft E ".
1 .0n.Oattl. 690,. ft fit 100 ft W not,! ft; .1.0
All ________________________________u_ 17 31 34 140 Southern Colon- Ce. __________ 1..0',, 8W"- of BE' less R' of Way of no. R.
la.tton Ca ___ 11.11 All Fr&CtL ._____ _____ ___ "
f __ u _______ 14 $1 11 I" Llghtsey Parso. Midland and beg BE cor ot SWV1
} ( All ___________________________n______ 11 IZ 14 III South.on Coolont.e8- Cattle I of BW"%, Rr BE'" run N 281 rl N $4jy t.
;. Co. --- ---- 11.1. W 126i ft E 1320 ft E 64
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All __________--_--______ -- : Co. T.U N 181 ft N degre.V 1269ft ,
l Isatlon C.. _: n.1I All FractL ___________________________ 11 I' 11 IU Lihtsey----p ;: run B lUO ft. ID tjy 110 f2.-------------- 11 21 II 10 Vlall C. _______ 11." ',

All _--________________________________ U U 34 144 Southern la..Uen Co.Colon-_ 11.11 aon.. CattleCo. 18.1'of II! % of lot I less a ship 11 ft wide ort ,.;

i r ,' ,All ________u_________________________ 4 aa 14 101 Southern ColonIsaUon n- All Fr.et. except ID% of $E3( and B% ---------- end ; also lot 4 less 16 a"r. owned In 4
,'.' Co. _n 11.1 8W %' ____________________________ 11 10 11 no Llght..y Par- b)' W. I. Mo..I.y and It,!, acres \\I
1 I All _______ ___ __________ ____ 6 2S 8601 Southern Colonl&aUon aon. Cattle SW cor to T. (l. Hoffman and Tener 1 acre and I.'I,
In liE to F. H.
Co. ___ 11.11 .qu.r. cur
_____ ___ 6 U 34 UI Southern Colon- All Fr.et Co. ___nn__ 11.04 140 3rd.. .er In NE cor____ ________ __ 12 21 U 10 Rolt. O. A. ___ 4.11B.II'
1//: All --__________--________ __ f.alfon Co. IUI except ID% of NE--------' U 10 11 10. Llght..y Par- NE eor of lot 4 fun B 140t... \V (

,,.4 Au------------------------------------ 1 3S $4 811 Southern Colon.f.allon I : Co.aon.__Cattle_ II.LIaon. 140. yda. N 1f0 y.d.. E 1441 ).da.-___ __ 11 26 II J Babb F. A. ____ ..11Be. i<

Co. ___ 11.1' All Fr.et!. less 8W% of Nffi%_________ 10 .. 11 141 LlghtssY---p r: .. B'E oor of lot deeded 10 Henry ,;
1, ______________ 8 U 84 139 Southern! Colon- Wilson" run N-westerly on Rt Way
AU ___ ___________ ____ Cattle 00 13 21 II
u
% It.
M.OS t"b. //upon Co. __ 18.44 Co. __________ n..1 106 ft. W 110 ft 8 106 fl E t. Dlckerson 1. 1.10 MtSE11

xtil ,. AU _--________--___--_________________ 9 U It In Southern Co.Colonfaatlon I ___: 11.90 All Fraet ___________________________ II 10 11 481 LJght.a"y. Cattle- P.raon. of SW%' _____________ ____________ 18 21 28 40 Gorden, __Mrs.:..: '.U '

) as 34 321 Fly of NE' of NW% I 21 28 20 Landers. H. ffi 1.11 \
t W% _______uuunu-____ 24 Southern ColonIsaUon ---- 11.1.aon. 6 ----oo-----------
{p Co. h_ 1111SW" All ____nn__________________________ U 10 11 711 LI .;;; Par- Wsr/.g 4t lC.w.r.I..I.I... of i
1} %, of NW% and NW", of BW% ___ 34 35 34 80 Sklp)er. E. E. I6V Cattle % .f IIW% .ad W14 of IIW% ... "

Ey __________________________________ 24 37 14 IU Southern Colon- Co. ----- --- n.lo l"l % et 92614 sad W% of 91014 a_
1..lIon Co. 00 n.n All _____n____________________________ II It It 711 LIRht.ey;; Parsen. : .f NW\4 ieu K R RI .f W.7 a.d
... :All ___________________________________ 26 37 34 141 Southern Coloncation Cattle ....- Lot.______________ ______ 2 241 25
a Co. 118. ______ n.'o Lots 8 and __ _____ ._______ 2 26 28 2A I.an d..r.. If. E 1.11

; I All _____________________________00____ 28 37 34 841 Southern Colon-u All Fract __n_______________________ I' 10 11 HI Lie ttsey Par-n l..ola 1. 8. ____ ______ ___ _____ ______ ::2 26 21 .0 n..IH.. . D. __ 1.80 ,
I&allon Co. 11.8 aone Cattle Lot 60.__ _______ ______________________ 2 2. II II Kulp, Leroy' ___ .1141
Colon-4i 00 Co. ____un_ 11.18 Lola U. 61. 63_________________________ 2 21 28 18 Wr k Edwards

___ 32 642.t 'All Fr.cll. _______________________ U It H 411 Llght.ey Parsons _-_-- : '.10
81y of NW",4 of 8W"' ______ __- _ _h_ 2Z 27 33 20 Rauler.on D. m. 8.41 Cattle BE'%" of NW% and NE'4 of BW\4n 2 28 28 80 Cleona: .. H. H. __ 1.48
Nil'' 14 of N"%, lesa I W", or NE'4 orit C.. n.n NIII'4 or NE ____r_noooooo _ 8 26 II 40 Burns. n.,14 __ 4.1
I 14{ Nit"" %, _________ ___ ____ _______--_____ 13 29 83 30 Thompson WeafI All ___________________________________ U 10 11 196 Llghl.eY------p ..: 3614 or NE O NW1L, of NE44 ______ _ 8 26 28 6 Roone, C. A. ___ .11I
I..y -- --- 180 .on. Cattle Ely of NE ____ nnnh________ 7 28 U RO nurna. DavId __ 7.7
: ( RW% or NR14 ot NE%' _________ ____ H 29 33 10 Savage. 1-1 A -- 116S. Co. __________ n.80 "R%' or BW ______________ __ __________ 13 26 II 80 Johnston Pat __ 11.01
SS i* NW* of U 29 33 40 Ravage. W. H. I" All ___________________________________ 1 11 II 841 Llahtaey Parsons BE'" or BE ess beg. NW cor run R
, 5W14, of NW-----------------------_ 18 29 U 40 S..v..It. W. H. 861f Cattle 140 yd. JJ 11I4 y4.. N 140 yda. W

fn SIO\4:: or RW"%, and 1fW'" of SE"n' 13 29 33 80 Unknown __ hu 7228W Co. __________ ..... 114 y"., ___hnnn __ ____ ____ II Z6 18 UVarlng, Mary E. 3.86
i ", of NW'4--n--h-------n------- 14 29 S3 40 Ravage. R n. __ 184'r All Fraell. _____________________00 ____ I 11 11 "I Lightaey Par- Dell' NW eor ot BE'%" or H8' o %" run R
/> W34 of NW'4 I....R n. RI or W"Yoo_ U 2t 33 74 Johns L. 8. ___ 8.16 Ilona Cattle 140 E214 yds. N 110 yds. W

'S. .IS Be6. RE NE44 run.N Co. __ n.u 214 idda. _______________.__ ._ ________ II 26 28 8 rope.- J. A. ____ 1.10
10 rod.\VO 40 rods 3r.oNdt F 40i All E of rlvrr_______________ ___ 11 11 11 410 Llghlaey; -----p r: % 20 24 Burna, David
i i -t rod. ___n_________ ____________ _. _- 13 2t 33 16 F..rl. W. N. __ 1.2' .ona Cattle N%4ofNW'4 -_::=::::::=::=:= ==:=:==:: 24 U 18 :g Johnston. Pat :: IH:
S. .e 8E"-' of NW"%, I... b.. BE <,or. run N Co. ______ __0. n.n NW"%, of NL1y!: and BI4!: of 8W'* ____ 3 Z6 17 80 ("I..rk. H. F----- 4.01
.. .. yd.. W 440 yda. BU yd.. E 440r" All ___________________________________ 11 11 11 140 Llght..y Par BE'%" of NW1y' ______________ __________ S 2& 17 40 John.lon. Pat __ I.U
I yel.. -- ________ ___________--_--__ __-- 11 80 IS 31 R"..., A. E. ____ 619B aona Cattle I W % of NW14 of NW14' _____. __________ 14 ZG 17 20 Hogan Mr. M.
W%, of 8W% I..... I.nd. owned by J. Co.' _unh__ $2.68 ____ 414
f H. Baladen and Lee Baa.-______ __ __ 16 30 IS II McClelland W. All ___________________________________ 11 11 II .40 Llghl..y Par- SW14 of 816%' __________ ____ __ _______ 16 U 27 40 Parson.J.n W. 226
O. ___h______ 6.19 aon. Cattle BW'" of NE14------------------------' 28 26 17 40 Johnston Pal _!_ 221 -
+' . B.' NE cor. of RW'" of RW'4 run Sp Co, ______00__ ".11 81614 of 81614' ______________ _ __ _____ __ 30 26 17 40 Canady C. M. __ I."
//:0' 1'\1 ft. W 100 ft. SI25 ft. W 320 ft.t All E of river_________________________ 14 11 II no LI..hlaey Parsons "...7__'".
M N 110 ft. E 120__ _______ ___ _- __ 16 30 IS 2 Rahld..n. J H 476NW Cat t I e Lot 1 89 N.
%, of Rp: h-oo----------h---- __ 18 30 :n 40 RR"". Oliver ___ 416 Co. __ ________ '.41 W % lot Block Ik-4i:::=:::== =:= ::::::: ri.If _::: :n

.4 f w. BW of BE __ ______________ un___ 18 30 IS 40 Montedoca J. __ 416NE All E of rlver_________________________ It 11 It aali LllI'htaey Parsons Lot 1. 61. ____________ _ _ ____ __ Jfarp..r. K. N. __ .71
I4 of 8W __ ____________ __ 18 80 33 40 Ba". Grant h 418 Cattle I tut 16 Block 62
'f : NW\ of B _-- h-_ 18 30 3& 40 R...... Lilly 0000 418NW Co 000000_ 11.14 I 1.ot 1'Itlock 67_ _:::::::::::: ::=:=::::: Wlnt,oinJ.-::=:: :n

BM or RESs and BE' '"4 of BE'" 0000 19 30 IS RO Unknown _ ___ 440NW All E of rlver_________________________ Iii 11 II 140 LIg-hlaey Par- ,Lot 10. Block 108_____ ______ _ _ ______ 110"1..1C., n.__ .11
of NE14------------------------' 21 30 33 40 Monl"oe8. J __ 116of aona Cattle A.rt. ('.... 8. -nh.. of-_ ______ 112 Z5 31 .
: RW SPP", ot NW"oo' ____ _ __ __ 22 30 as 10 Balsden J. H. 114J Co. ___00_____ 1." Lot 2-------------------------- 2 Unknown ______ .71
8E of BE"I.' I.... NW',L or SE14" of All E of river_________________________ 38 11 11 10 Lhrhta.y p..r.ona N....--....

RE'", ____________ _______ ____ ____ 29 .0 33 30 Balsden 1 n. S 22NW14 Cattle Lot 84_____ ___ ________ __ ____ _________ 9 25 31 10 Msglc. 0 M. ___ 1.43
or RE of SE14' ________ __ ______ 29 30 83 10 Brown, 1 M. _- 1 20NW14 Co. __ -"r---n 1.00NF Lot 88 of W% ________ ______ _ __ ___ 25 81 Tindell. ,
of NE _____-- 00 __--_ 31 10 33 40 Xener, A. uh_ 241Eq : % and N4, or SE7'( ________________ 1 U 11 140 M ody. H. J. _00 1180 lot /6------------------------------- 1: 25 81 19 Lowr, A MW?'_:: U:
4 $ of 8W and NE'" of BW",4 and All _______n__________________________ 12 U 11 840 Moody A: Skipper Lola 8. 9. 14 and 11 of S% or NW...

t t '+ RW% of N E',4" and W'% ofBE-* .. 81 311 113 200 Unknown n ___ 10 IIIBE' _____00___ 13 II and 18 and 21______ _______ _________ 16 25 31 60 E.-ana. R. I. __. 18.11
of "' ____--___--______--___ __ 9' 81 l3! 40 John..on.l. W 292Y All _______ _____--____ _____________-- U Sf 11 840 Moody A: Bklp- Lot. 6. 7 8--------------------------- 17 21 81 16 Young- Jacob __ UI
,,' All _________________nnoon_____ 27 31 33 .41 Southern ColonIsatlon per __ ____ ____ 1183 BeR 478.1 tdreF.oo'H'V; ; ;
2.b. 3238 All _--__------___--_______________ ____ 28 U 11 840 Moody k Skip- car of Lot 19 run H 10 degrees W
All ___________________n______________ 36 31 U 149 Soulhrrn Colonf.ntlnn I : I p..r ___ __00___ 1'.88All 100 It. E 1140 ft N 2979 fl. then \V
Cn n 31.33'' __nhnnoo ________________ 31 It 11 840 Moody A: sklpNy to b"l _____ ___00 ___________________ 19 2/i/ 31 7 Voorklea L. E. 1.11 .a
All ___________________________________ 1 31 33 148 Southern Colony per __________ 11.13 of Frat o- 20 25 31 6 t'nkno""n, .71 .
IZRtion ("0 3233 or NF.4 end NE'" of 81.14" and N\ lot 27__________________________._ 20 25 II 2 Whltted M.1.81'.-
F All ______________________________u___ I 32 33 846 South..rn Colon- Sly. of IH 14 and W---------------. 1 16 10 nil McLean O. C. __ 1710 lot 2--------------------------------- 31 ::2 Whltted. S M. 1.811

l IoRlion Co 8288tl 8E'4 of BE14------------------------- I U 10 40 8ulllvan. W. H.. Lola 14 and 15________ _ _ __ __ __ ______ 2l 25 81 4 Whltted Ed. __
1 .t All ______ ____n_________ _____________ 3 32 33 640 Southern "olon- Jr _un_____ a." New. T.w .o' N..oo. 1.14

y bRilon Co __ 3233NID' N'Ao or N14. of NW\4 or NIJ"-! and 1614 Lot 2. Block 100________ ________ _____ Page. H E. ___ -,
t ' %" _________--------n-----n---u- 5 32 33 114 RrhRRr-IIf"ann for NW\4 and 1.'rRctl W % oiRE"%, lose lot 3, flock 100 .________ _________ __ __ I..d". N. P. "f
Lnnd 816'a All Freeti W'A. or HIt; % lyIng on \V Lots 2 and 6. Riock --- :

____ ___ ______________ 10 32 33 640 ; .. rnCo"o : side of Creek________________ B. O. __ E -
? All _______ _- -- Ro n foggy 4 26 30 161 Barber 907SW'4 Lot 4, Block 101________=:::::= =:::::: ,;-.I.A; n, :: :.69
I ; bA lion ("0 __ 3281 or NF.14 --_--_----_--_--__--____ I 26 80 40 Mathew. O.V.. 6.U Lot 2. flock 10._______________________ treen I. F. __
All ________________n_________________ 11 32 33 641 RAulh..rn Colon- n"lI 262 ft. W or 8F.: cor. or RW"of' Lot 4. Block 102._____________________ Palf" H. E. __ .1'.6'
4 bRIlon ('n u 8283pr SF.4: run. N 209 ft. W IU ft S-IO' Lot 8, Block 103-_______ _____________ ___0._
All _______u__________________________ 12 32 33 641 Southern ('olonlaallon ft. E 621 ft._--_----_________________ I U 102M. t. r a. Mra.E. Lot 10. Block 10.0. __________________: Younll'Rnyder J.A. R. ____ .611.6'

Co ___ 32 II'AII F. nnn_ 1.14 Lot 4. Block 104______________________ -
e __
,* y ,+. __.________________________________ 13 82 83 840 Southern Colon- Lot 1_________________________________ It II0 II Sullivan. W. H.. Lot Block Page. H E. .611
Jacob
St LAll otion Co. 5133 ;Sr. __________ I.al Lot :: Yalock: 19;::::::::_::::::::::::: : _:: :.61

t ________________________________.___ 14 n as 641 Southern Colon- BW"% or BE'4 or BW\4 and W.%. or BID'%" Lot I. flock 107______________________ Young Hau..r, J.J. B. __ ,61.111
r la"lIon Co. ___ a2.11 of BE'%" or- BW14-------------------- 11 n 10 11 green Josh ___ 1.18 Lot I, Block 108________ _______________
rr } 1 All ___________________________________ II 31 II II' Southern Colon- Wys of 9W"%, and BE'%" at RW%------ It n 10 no Lesley A Ba.s 11.71 Lot I. Block 10.____________ __________ "Young Snyder.. J.A._R.00_____ .1'.1'
1t faatlon Co. __ 11.11.ul N% of NW* of BW"% of SE--------' 11 16 10 6 Newton Foster.11 Lot 4. Block 1111______________________ _
Bnyd..r A. R. _
: .1'
'f W\It of NW"( of SEMI 20 II U 10 Southern, 7olo I 8% .of NW"%, of BW Of BE'-n II 10 6 N.wton. CC. 96Beg.
1 ---------------- U Lot I. Block 111______________________ Leeds, A. -------6'
Sofauthern Co, ___ 1,71r I 8W cor of NE of BI1J% rUn N Lot 1. Block 111__ __________________
__.____..._..___________.________ II II U U' : Colon- 110 ft. ID 410 ft.08 0 ft W 410 ft.__ U II 10 I Oodbolt, Mrs..J.. 1Be Lot a. Block 111_____________________ Young Pag. .H..1. E.________. .11.11 "' ,

., I. b.Uon Co. ___ J..II NW cor of '" of 8JU\I run B Lot Block 11______________________ "
: : .. __ _-__..._._._______ II 12 II '41.80uthwn 210 N .i Leed. A. ----- .1' ,
rJAltl/w, -..-.__ Coion ft. E!I 410 ft. no f2. W.UO t8._. U II 10 I DaTI. Wino ____ '.04 Lots and f0 Block 111.---_______ 1IaIIIi
? '.. ,', 9 baUon Ca ___ 11.1' S%. of Bm% of U II 10 10 Mllar W. ______ n.ol Lot Block 1 Youn. J.E.___ .Tl
: ,' A11 -____......-.....--..----.-..-- S. .1 II 'S' Southern Colon N I aor. of 6 Bm-----u-----i---- o Lot 7.1.. Block Hi--------------- Page. H. __. .1' "./

9 .' ..Y Latlon l-u.n cor of NW% .f 8W% run W 1121yyds. Lot Block 111 ________.______ Sn'der.lA.IL n. --. .1'
:.a' .All' T. w Page. s .
.. ____________.__ u un.. Southern N lie 7da. III In\lt J"aL B f4yds. .1".1'\ .i
Lot 1. Block 11.__________________ M--
rr, t.atlen Ca ___ u.n _______________________________ I It. I' I .Grlmm. J. A. __ 8.11 Magee. O. .1' '
Lot 1. Block ____..___ ___________
p ill ________._________________________ IS II IS 140 Southern Colon- ID 4 I"ss NI-!: of SE"%, and b"lr BW cor -- Page. n. E. ___ .1' .y
Lot .. Block 11.______________________ Page. H. E. ___ II io.,
c( 11.11AU of NW", 01 NE"-' run N '.IT chs E Lot .. Block 11.______________________ Snyder A. R. __ .1' ,
Isatlon Co. __ 1.11 eh. 8 1-11 CbL W 1.11 ebai also ; Lot I. Block 117______________________ P.ge. .H._ m. ___ .611

f ________________-_____-"_________ U II II 140 Southern Colonfaetlon : 11.11 lea.40 "t'.81:0:: t.ID W l'foWf'ff "1.J Lots 8. 9. 10. Block 111________________ P.g... H. E. ___ ....
Lots and I. Block 124--------
5 n+, Co. ___ IUS m 110 ft._______-____________________ 1-t 26 10 17. Wilcox H. W. 21.63 Lot. : Block 124______:::::::::::::::: Young. J. ii.-U .
j r :All ___________________________________ 311 II as 140 Southern Colon- Beg BW oor of NW'4 of NJa\l, run N Snyder. A. :
f isstlon Co. 31.11 > Lot 10. Block 1.1_____________________ Hasher J. W. __ .6'

4 All: ___________________________________ U II II II' Southern Colon- ,, 1.11 eha. III 1.17 ehL B 1.11 ohs 'Wo __ Lot t. Block 118______________________ Bender O. W. __ .1'
i taatlon 11.11.All 1.11 oh..n__________________________ 1. I. 10 1 Unknown __ 1.28 Lot I. Block 11.______________________ Yount J. ______ .11
8. 46.110
BE'% of 8W% It I. It .0 Btr.tton..1.

4 L y All _______n_____________a____________ 1 18 II .41 Southern Co.Colon. : "..11AU Lot" In_______------------u-----------________________________ II 21 10 I' Btr.tton.S. B. 711.48 lot Lot I: Nloek Black: Uf::::::::::::::::::::::: Leeds Snyder.' A.A. ii.-:::: .69.69:

7 y ___________________________________ 3 IS 13 III Southsn Celen" : NE14 of of ((Tax Tax Ul1 Uti -_-_-_-_-_-__--_-_---__- II II II 21 10 10 40 40 RIc.Rice., D.D. L.L __________ 1.18 1.11NE Lot 6, Block 117______________________ Young. J. ______ .1'
u Lot 1\1. Block 11.__________. _______
t laatfon Co. __ ..... NEJ -- R..nd..r. O. W. __ _I'
NE of (Tax UII)_____________ II 24 10 40 Rloe, D. I. _____ 1.80
a : ___________________________________ I 12 II 111 8outhrrn Colonfa.llon : NE' of __ _____ II II 10 .0 Rice, D. I. _____ I." Lot 1. Block 121______________________ Le..d. W. P. ___ .1'
Cc. __ ..... NW$6 Lot 4. Block 1.---- Page, H. B. ___ .61
E% of NE14" of RE1( of II 10 I Barber O. L __ 1.11 Lot Block 1.0_______________________
o r, 4jt ,4'VV N\It of NW % and B% of BE"'( _________ 10 .a 13 180 Soutbsrn Colon: C. 4. Snyder A. R. __ .1'
Lot. 1. I. I and S..10t. 4______________ 11 I' 10 111 Parsons W. 7."
Lot .. Block 181_____________ __ _____ _
faatlon Co. ___ .... SnYder, A. R. __ ...0
Lots a. ._____________ ___________ It $0 I' U' LI..btoey Parsons -
1. a.
u 111 ______________________ _
Lot Block
:'. 8\1t __________________________________ 11 It' u no Southern Colon- Cattle 1. 1".dL W. P. __ ,63
K-' 17.11on Lot 1. BIOCIIe ISS_________.--._____ Young. :So ______ ...
_ ___ ....
Ca __ _ _
.S Hf AU ________________________u_________ II 13 18 611 Boothaatloern Coi : \It hit In 10% of NJ% and RWY Lot 7, Block 111______________________ Page. H. E. ___ .1' -
.'+ 1n faatlon Co. _. lisle Lot I Block 116-- Young. __ ____ .11'
T Un6IY E34! and N\It of SE% and E%. 001y
#, JII% of NW% --u---------n---------- 10 II II 10 Southern Coionw : I II 2. 1f0 Pinch B W. 11."$ Lot 16. Block 136-- Leeds. A. ______ .1

-, ,' G la.llon Co. -_ Lli 81614 of 816y-of-NE------" I II It 10 Byk... R. _____u 1.11 Lots 1 and 6. Block 127::::::::::::::: Snyder A. R. ail ..-t
Nu of NW 1( __ II 13 I' 80 Bouth..ra Colon- Lot 6, Block 141_______ Bender: 0. W. :. :.51
-- -
------ -- -- ------- of MW
8W" 8E' less
.4 '' n r Co. ___ UT to, 8W oor" of 8W"beg%, of BE oer% tll.noeE rail Lot 1. Block 11._______________________ Snyder, A. R __ .1'

BEM( of N.%-u------u----n-------- Ie 13 II U Souuthern Colon 10. ft thence N-w..terl: to beg I II It IT Tat.. O. :So.l ____ .... Lot 'i.B rkklU_ Young J' --
1..Uon Co. 1.11 Lot :::::::::::::::::::::: Page. f(. ffi. :::: :.18

N 11 .erea of II! II .er. of NE'" Gf --- M.C. L.d= Cs,:._$:.b-DlvIaI..t--:::= r: >21 10 MoCoy Land Co. 1.11 Lot. I and 7. Block 141________________ Snyder. A. R. __ .Tl
Lot __ S
--- -- - ---------- -- Itl______________________
t I. Lot Block
t NE---------, II II 16 Johnson O. 1,11 Land Ca 1.11 I. nyd.r. A. R. ._ ..,
Lot $S_________.______________________ 1 II It 11 McCoy I
___ ______
IiI 141______ ____
oCBE1"( 11 II 18 10 Walker W. .II loOt I. Block Bender O.
t' jg -------------- ---------- Lots 4. and 4/---_______________ I II It 10 McCoy Land Co. I.U8W' W. __ ,6/\
% of NW"%, and NW\I, of NE"' __ II III II 10 Walker W. H' .... BW N Lot 8 Block 144______________________ Bnyeler. A. R.- .1' \
'y gar 8m oor of 'NE'" of BE'%" ofIIW9s of BW( less bes cor. run '. Lot I, Block 141______________________ Young ------,6' _'
140 110 W
r q run W TO yd. E 70 yd.. yd. m I'd. 8 14.30. 210yda. 14 F. A. ____ 4.11 Lot 1. Block 14._______________________ Young ;So ______ .11 I
3', b N-140vld. _____________________________ T II I' Bobb. "
________ _
8140 al.G of SWj4, Lot I. Block 141____ _ _____ Snyder A. R. __ .1'

1 r f> run J1/t. 74. JII III yd. N 111 yd. I Block Liberty A______Pant.Lot _________________ 11 II It 6' Toun. W. W. __ 1.01 Lot 8. Block 111______________________ B.neler. G. W. __ .11 '.
W .11 ______ ___..__ II II _____ _______________
yds ________ II 40I Ch ._ .... I I Block C __ ____ !6 10 Lawrence. 8. A. 1.62J. Lot I, Block 111 Page. H. m. .11
111aaayd j SMy! .f of 8W%------u-------_____ 18 III II OIb.eandlenri'a0.olT. 1.6rt4 / Lot.. and il.b-Div.I.a.c -.t-Part-;;::: : f8. u Lot 1 Block 111______________________ Bender, O. W.--_--_ .1' J
of __ ________ 10 III II J K.o.'s Lots 1i and 111_ ______________
8jI N? %' -- ---N16- 10 Chandler, W. W. .... I W 7. Block Snyder A. R. __ .71
Lot ____________________________ __ Funk.
Ae NW or of{NW" 9y -- H. 1 _______________ _
j cor 14 run i.. :. :: 1.11 Lot Block 187-- ___ Moyer B. F. _ .1' .

w1W U' :)'dL ID 1'71' y s. N 140 yd. W Lot H_______.________________________ I BG'Uon.I. A. 1.11 Lot 1. Block 11._______________:.______ Ollmore R. B. :_ .1'
S de ---- --- ----- ------ II III II I Thompsoa A. L 4.11 Lot 1. Black 11._______________________ Snyder A. R. __ .6I'
B.I.: ciri i ; Na Lot T________________________________ mill. r. ____ I.U I
W, i4 I Evaa C.J.____ 136NDjt Lot 1.1 Block 11.______________________ Ore.n. L. F. ___ .1'
1314yda Lot P___________________ _______ __ ...
... W -
; lit 'elL 8
J p' 2. y Ids i IDBoI'uldti of NID% __ 11 II It .0 Subl,. IL P. ____ 4.0. Lot a. Block 110_..____________________ B."d.r, R. A. __ .1' """'II
''i ') II II II It Underhlll'J18. 4.11 B. 8W of---n-----n-n-------NW\4 of N Lot I Qloek 1.1_________-___________ Loed.. A.---______ .11 ;.
f ? + ci-iiittJij Tiiiw-cor III", ft m ror III % It 8 .11 ft NrtIt 2 run'It.. ft_ 11 28 II I HeKaJ". Mra. V. Lot 14. ,Block 1.1______________________ Oro.n. I. r. ___ .1' "
. of N1II1A. Gf NW'" run N 101 ft ID III. __________ 1.1' Lots 1 and 1. Block 111________________ Pa .. H. E. _ .'1 \
4 I' ft 8-101 ft. WU ft.______________ 12 II U Underhill So 8. 1.11 Lot T. Block 111______________________ Bender O. W. ._
of NWq N .1'
W% ________________________________ 1 I. I' 111 Southern Belr BID oor 460 t 81"( run .
Colon- 10tW U' ft III D2.L_. It II It I HoOo. Hr. V. Lot .. Block 1.1______________________ Gilmore R. B. __ .11 ,
t', & ( i y :Isatlon Co 11:1"raetL : .. ____ 1.1' Lot .. Block 111__________-___________ Page. :11. ID. __ .1'
, e LOt ________________ ______________ 14 10 1. W : j
r 12 W'' of of NWq___________.__ 11 II II 10 Newsome W. 10. 1.11B.II Lot T. Block 114_______________________ Snyder A R. :_ .11 ,
1 11 ___________________________ II 10 II 114 Mulboll.nel :7.2i .... %" Ito 12.j j- of SW- cor of SW' .f Lot 1. Block 1.4_____________________ Page ii. .. ____ .1' '
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4 4. Block '14..__________..__ Buhr W, ... .1' lot tt ........__________.,-.. 11 II IS It So' rsnaa Han : 2.I.11------------------.'. .. 'fl' V..J, LtlIt .
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Lot 11. Blook U6rr.._________. 8nyd.r. A. R. ,1' -_ SUStWVi Lota exeevt : isl at > Semlnol Land, 1A, 7
14 and 101_.____.._.._ .v
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Lot '. BI.ck 114._______ -11 and B:{ UtaloTlS. 14________ II II tl 10 Col..... po. ,.
._ _______ Snyder A. R. ,1'I Lot Southern Lot 41 -----.r.---__ ..._i_____ $i 'I '0.B.aumon c-
r Lot 10. Block 811_-_____..._____.. IAftd. A. ___.__ ,1' I Co. _.. .... Lot 11._.______________-..__..___ ... IsCe.'a I. ... j 814_. ...'i.. ,_' j
Lot 1. Block l/6-______.____________._ IA.... A. ___.__ ,1' Lot. '0. II. 11 and WH lot 10______ .211 II TO Southern Colon- BeaalBeleleleB ... A I... SBBDIT.t4eeTef ?- , '

Lot 7. Block 186.___...___._____.____ Gllmo.... R. B. __ ,1' IBBtlOn CO. ... 4.11 ef .....________.___________ II 3. j
I. Lot 7. Block 166________._______._____ 8IL11h.r. S. W. __ .1' E',4lot SI_____________________...;.-- *4 tf II 10 Unknown _..-.._ ..ttNH Lou 1/. ST. tf____ ._________..._._. ll I' 10 1* Sendnole L. q d f '
Lot 1. Block 110________.___________._ Bend.r. O. W. _- .1' Lot __._______._._____._________ 'I .1 i1 10 Scbelt.fttt, E. G 1..' In.. Co.
Lot I. Block _____________.-------- Bnyder "A, R. '_ ..1'I lot'lT_________.-__.___________._. If If 11 10 Southern OolonL Lot SS 10 Jbi sJ.T. 1.78. ,
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,, Lot 11. Block 111___.____________.___ Young. L. ______ ,II > .< If 15 11 10 I.atlon Ca FTI '1." Lot SI___________-____._______.__.__. fu I Klma, 3. At, .7/ '
: Lot U. Block 11. --- Bnyder .A.: ft.__. .6/ Mackey W. 1.11Lot Lot 14________________________ 126 Hllling. 'J' -.__' .TI '
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Lot I. Block ,7'1_________.____________ Page. R. E. ____ ..61I jj Beecnall.,
Lot 101_ ____________ ______________. II0 I M.Danka r. ..TtLlf 1.
Lot 14' Bloek n Pass r.HBm.F-: U Lot I. block .__-_________;"___________ Luea.. 8. k. ___ .1' Lot litBealaele._____________________.__-_____ J I' I ,. *'... K.. .:. .7. 7.' ,' P
a Lot: 6, flock .::::::::::::::::::::: :: : 11------------------------ Hel&.nclorf, A. C. .11 Ltadia6eB I.". C-'a fc-DIv- ",

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Lot. I and I. Block ill______________. Youn. S. ___ .71 Lot block 4 SStyhWrr.rVFA.C- '
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Lot. 4 and .. Block .11_______________. SnYder. A. R.. _. .71 Lot t. block 4_::: : IIBeselaele________________________________ 115 10 4 AD.ry R. '.'. t
Lot n. Block .11_____________________ Chandler. L. C. .1' Lot 11. block SS_.______________._____ Clark. C. B. _. .{t LaadleleB A ..". Ce... .....01". o

Lot 17. Block .11 __________._________ Leede. A. ______ .1' JH.. ef "'.ll-. ) M a* a e
Lot flock W. .6/ Lot 4.. block 3------------------------ Wrlcht. C. P. __ ... Lota t and 14..::::::::::::::::::::::: If Sf 10 11 mlnolo Land I _
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Lot I. Block D------------------------ 110 II 17 7 0f0 Fox. E. S. _____ 1.0' : 11. block 11___-i_:::::::::::::::: McCarthy, T. M. .11 Lot 10____.__-___________________.___. 11 toIf !: < n ... < ... ,
l..ot. I alld 4. Block D________________ .1 17 Fox ffi m. -___ 1.11 Lot. 1 to ft, block Southern ColonI.atlon Lot It_______....-------_____________. If 10 I BmlthTBL 6. ./1 ,. J'7' .
,y Lot. U. 11. 1$. 14. Block B____________ 11 II 17 40 Hal!.7. S. H. k _____ Co._______ 1.1 Lot II________________________________ 111 10 I tiv M. S. _' ....11Lob ,
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Lot. 11 and 17. IT .61 65 and 10____________________.___ 11 I60 1Dav.r.A.. A. _i .,f
Lot. '. I. I. Block A------------------ II II 17 10 HSY.rH1.01: .._'..1. Lead ... V.. 1.b-Dlet.- Lot fT_______________________________. Jf If '0 Unknown .., ,,, ..ftdff
Co ____________ $44 ... .1 NID ua 21Y .1 .1tI sad Lot Tl______?_________.____.______... 126 tOtf I. Unknown _, ?
. Lot 11. Block A_______________________ "! If 17 10 Marlin R. A. __ 1.01 .f NI OM .f JIIW"," sad '\40...f. Lot Tl_____.__________________________ Jf tott Unknown I ,.ft j ,
.. Lot 'Block D________________________ II Marou.ck. S. __ 1.0. Nltltt .1 I'fW sad .\40., NW54 Lot IT____________.______.______._____ toIf I Wllh.Jm.trnn! ..ft.ft 4
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.. Lot 11. Block B____________________. II II 27 Bamme. C. H. ___ 1.0' .1 1W14 NW54. .f .JlrW% Lot tt________________________-?___- IfBralBBle 10 Sborwood. 1C'..i '
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I' Lot 11. Block D____________?_________ I'6 17 10 Bauther..R. -_ 1.01 loam .r. "W .r. r. Lanaay.. Ce.>. ....-.DI".1 . ' U
oj Lot 11. Block D_________----__________ fT 21 ,7 10 Kadel M. --____ 1.0' ," 61 Nv72 and ft i1 w..0______ft.----------------__:::::::::::::::: : H 2I It 10 Malldenhamm ..... I eta B-4 ... BBH ., BW44 ,. I
, Lot I. Block A________________________ II II 10 Blmon. G. S. ___ 1.0' Lot r.. ... WH ., .114: _______________-__ IT H M ..
a Lot __ __ ____ 31 26 17 10 Halley. S. H. E. ---------- 1.41 Lot 101BemlBBle IT II to I Plfer.M Z. W. U_.. a
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1 U lIS ,7.0 Harrl.--.--J.---_--_-_-_-_ EH .f NKH sad SWM .f1.u65 .... ef BH ., BH _________ a* '. .
I.ot. 2. 11. II. Block D______________. .14 --------- J
Lot 14. Block D______________________ .4 II 17 10 Harrl. F. S. _. 1.0' sad ftRM of KW* ... "** .* Lot 10_.___.__________________________ tf 10it I P.t...... H. -. .11
1 .f FIWH BB d .*- 7 II It 'Lot 117_ ______________._____________ 11 to I Burn.ld. d. a.. :..11It
Lot 1 flock 1 6 V"ltt..r.. Aa.a, Grant ___ _I. Lot 71________________________________ 7 II II 5 Seminole Land ...'..!.n Lad A I.". C..'. BaaDlTi.i. l

II''; Lot 4 Block 11-_-_-__-_-_--___--___-_--_-_-____-_--__-_- McC ellanuW..Oii; : : t Inv. 0L.. 101Lot .. ., All_____________________.___ >O 11 2. _ 1
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Lot 4. Block 17______________________ Lau. Grant ____ .11 Lot 1 avl" V J. .
Lot 70________________________________ 7 II 11 I Woo beck. J. D._ .71 I .
J Lot 1._________________- ____.___._.__ .0 I' to J.enry. T. .68'
Lot. I and I. Block 17________________ l..anler. __ .70 ory. .
J.ohn Lot 76_________ ______ ___________ 7 11"11 I ".. .t.. T. ____ .71 lr
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lAt. 11 and Block ______________ Story. J ____ .70 h 10-----------r------ .., '
I 11. 11 Lot 11________________________________ 7 18 It I Klrkland M. E. .7' Lot fl- II f11 ..46: b
Lot. _ Lanier. J. O. __ .70 ------------------------- Unknown
I and Block 11_ __________ _
) Lots end 81 7 26 10 Trlmley, Lot I.__________________ _____________ 10 16 20 I Lyman.. /-0:=: ... '
t Lot I. Block .,----------------------- Milar. W. H. __ .11 Lot: : ________:::::::::::::::::::::::: 7 !6 It a Wrlnk e. lJ t.Ia\ : .._..... ..... .. Ca'. lab-Div. .'
" Lot 1. ,. L Block 11------------------ Forayth. W. B; .8! Lot 104_______________________________ 7 I11 I Fallo. _______ .7' ..... .f .r .1 H P
' Lot 1. Block U_______________________ CannID& E. __ ..65Ingram ..._..... L... A ..". r..... a...D.- All eaeept NWK ___78W56______-_ at 8$0 Semlnole Land
Lot 12. Block 15______________________ Mr. V. .11 I.... .f .11 exempt NV. ., NW%______ II 18 .1 I Lot. 71 and 111------------ A Inv. Co. '3.11' r lX s i
j Kl..l.ra P.r. tots 71 and 11 II II 10 Seminole Lan d 1
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1 Lot I%. Block 11_____________________ 2 Hamlhon Bro.._ .71 10- 111 1 0 Buckle c. .
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Lots I and 4. Block BUvftn. C. E. 1.1' 101 101. 117. 114__________________ II 231 10 F. __ 1.10 I k
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i Lot 16. Block 17______________________ Klein. E. ______ 1.01 Lot 11.____________________.___________ 1. 'I II I Long. .... S. ____ .71 Lot In_-_______.______________.___?-_ f1 8// t0. Da via, W. I1. .4/, ,
\ Lot. 1 and 4. Block 11________________ 10 Miller S. H. ___ 1.11 ._'..1. Lad ..". C. II..DI"-. Lots 40. N. 71____________ _________ 11 11 80 II Thom, R. JIl.--. '3.4. i! l f
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1 Lot 11. Block n______________________ I I Pond Mr.. 1.. __ 1.0' Lot 11________________________________ II 331 I Seminole Lan 41____________ .__________.___.__ 11 "t/ Ie I mallTo. W _. ''... '
I..ot U. Block 11______ .--------------- Wrgh Mr. F. 1.01 k Inv Co. ___ ..nLo. Lot .,______________,_________________. l80 I nknownenley. 1i
Lot I. Block 11.___________________ __ 1\ .. A. S. __ 1.01 11_______________________________ 185 II I Turner. 10. H. __ ... Lot 77_____ _________________________ I' 1 10 8 O.-IX- ..58'' +
. I.ot. 11 and 14. Block 11_________ ___ 10 0 Krll.. P. _____ 1.1' Lot 110_________ .__________.___________ II 131 I Hoffman J. W. .11 Lot 71 ________________________________ I' I: I' 6 Beckley. (J. U -_ ;.. ,j,
. 1..01. 10 and 11. Block 14--------------- Hamilton Bro.._ 1.01nnin ..._'..1. Lad .. I.". C. 5..DI"-. Let 88_______________________________. 36 10 I Porter. 8. W. .: ..*
, Lot I Block .1--00------------------- I McCool.. W. A. __ 1.0' I.... .1 .11 .....t 6W54 .f N654 sad ..._..... Lad I..... Ca4 lab-Div. I '
Lot. i and .. Block 25--------------------- gway. R. .f 6856 sad 111% .t IW5620 161 Ida .r All ., 1W54___ n tl 2. .. '
(I T. ____00_____ 111 Lo-r'l_________________________-_:::::: !0 26 51 I PerklnL H. C. __ .11 Lot _________except____ __N654_________________ 80 I DIck., lira Ile.... 'on ;
lAt. I. 1 Block ./----- 11 McCool. W. A. _. 1.11 Lot !/________________________________ 10 331 I Embrich. J. 10 .11 Lot .__ II'I.'I. 10 I DI...... M.... D.'., w
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I Lot U. Block 11______________________ II nMaCoon. H. ___ 1.0' Lot 72--------------------------------. 10 11.1 I Renner C. _n_ ... I Lot 40___________________________._._. 31 11 81 f Unknown __ .I'.
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I-"It. 1 and 2. Block __ ____________ Brown W. A. __ 110 I... .f All ......1__________________ It II 11 Lot. 'I and li________________________ "! 1..0 I erome, v.-_,, :.
I.ot. 1 and I. Block B________________ Bro..n. W. A. __ .to Lot 41________________________________ 11 '1'1 I Morgan S. E. __ ... Lot 1.________________________________ 31 120 I nknownHenley _'
i lot I. Block B________________________ 1 De.rdorf M. J. .1' 11.1.... Lead ;a I.". Ca'. ...-.DI"I. .._..... Lead A ...... Ca4 lab-Div. 'r '
, Lot I. Block C________________________ 1 Brown W. A. __ .11 .... .f 554 .f 5.8. 3. 4 sad I sad ..... .1 AIIn___-______ _____. N ll ,.
Fla Drsl.d L... Ca'. 6.b-Dlw.. N.' l x.f Wu 5 s.d 7 If U n Lot 11_______________________, .______ .J 10 I ,
1 1.0' 8. 9Jel. block 1__________________ 15 Chandler W. H. '.14 Lot I5_______________::::::::::::::::: I B.mlnole Land Lot 41_______________--_______._._. 85 20 3 HIl. w.J.U .
. Lot 12. block\ 2_________00_____________ 10 O'Neil Wm. ___ 171Iot A Inv. Co. ___ .1' Lot 11_______?____________________-- U II 10 I W. ,1 .. '
1 block' 10 Glover S. R. __ 1.74 Lot. 12 and 11________________._______ n It 11 10 Gre.n. S. O. ___ .0 Lot 11__________ __________________ .4 320 I Baaa, BdgarI ., "Iii;(
, Lot: 1d; block ::::::::::::::::::::::::: 0 Stout, A. 1.96 I Lot 11u____________________________ .1 '1'1 I Knapp F H. __ .18 Lot 116_________?____________________ 84 310 I L 1A.1L"_'' -. 1
Lot 1.. block 1------00---------------- II Clark. 0. O _::: 1.74 ._..... Led A ..". C..4 II..DI"-. t1l.s ter/a.le L.ad ... Ca lab-fly- a .' .

\ lot 9. block /-______-----__----__----- 0 Irwin. .Ja.. _____ 1.74 .f 3156 f N654 ..d N% ..fNBy4 ..... .1 All--------------________ PS .t :.
I Lot 17. block 1000____________________ 14 .Jon.. Ch.. --- t1 --__--_-__:-_-_---_----_-_--_ 38 24 at Lot 11________________________________ 'I 16 .e Unknown ; 12 ,,
Lot 2. block 11------------------___--- 10 Olbb.. D. 10. ____ : Lot U________-___________.___________ II II II I KelerelL C. ____ .18 Lot ..______________-____________-__ 'I 31 10 | Hauteche. w. ..6"1 1.''
Lot. 1 and 7. block 11_________________ 11 McAdoo B. A. __ 11.74 .._'..1. Lad I.". C. gab-Dly-. Lot 11--------------------------- 181 I Cu mm Inge. Z. M.
Lot 4 and NE56 lot I. block 14________ 14 Duncan D. B. I 04 ..... .1 61154 .1 NIII% sad W% ..5Ny4 Let _____________.__"-_________ I 215 I Ballard. U. : .I'.r.
Lot 1A. block 14----------------------_ 1 Wortbln.ton. F. 1.47 ... ,654: ..a NBSi .f NWK-- M Ie 21 ter/uN Ls d .... Oa4 .....DI".. '_ ., :,

I Lot 4. block 1._______________________... I Todd. H. _______ 1.10 Lot. 41 and 4.________________________ 77 25 11 10 Blake. F. },(. __ .0 Idea .r AI ________________________ 11 d P1 .' I f
Lot 4. block 10________________________ 11 Rrup. It. L. ____ 1.11 Lot 68 (Tax 1111) ____________________ 17 II 1 I Cralc. A. 8. .__ .n Lots and 1----------------------_. 3$0 11 f. .
Lot I. block 10________________________ II Co A. __ 1.0 Lot 1'_____________________.___________ 17 1I1 1 Craig A. E. ___ ... I I .Land'
..A Lot. 1. 1 I. block 11__________________ '0 Kr te. IL O. __n 1.18 .._..1. L.d ..", C.. ......0.". IT_____________________..____...-_ 25 I'. 1Bohl... O. _. < <
\ Lot 11. block ,,----------------------- 10 Fle.her...Chaa. 1.74 ..... .1 .... t. 3. .. 4. 1 ... ID% ..5Nw54 11 ___________._____._._____ ,. 5 'e ; .
i Lot 1. block 27- 10 'Sav07. .... ______ 1.74 s.d $W54 M 74W34----- r. Lots 71 and 74_.________.____________. 83. C.. ,
Lot.: 1 to 4. Ina, block i -i :::::::::::::: 66 Bern ffi .1..IC lU Lot -_---_-_---u-_------::::::::::: f--n I Unknown ______ .11 Lot '11________________.__.._._----7/ 8! ::0 I fptor4J. ._ Sl"Lot .
Lot 'I, block $0-------------------- 10 S :: ._..... Lad ..". Ca'. I.DIwf.lq Lou I' and __________.____ : I 1e 10 Cary, ll 1C., n
Lot .. Dlock __________________ ____ 10 Reep E. L. ___ 1.14 .1 All except 154 .1 .W% ..fIB54 I Lot '____._1___--------.-?-- ...- 1f1 1 I Unknown _;
1'1. ..roll Dolt Lla c... .....D.". JIr a s. ________-..____.____.____________ f. .t Lot 11'_.__ _.______________ 11 I' I' 1 Unknown '
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Lot. '. 10. 11. 1' block 1____________ .0 Clow. M. O. ___ 4.1' Lota'and ._________________.________ .0 311 10 Seminole Land hI. Lad '.Y. .,... lb-fly- g ,
1 6..tbera C.U.. c.... Plat Ofi 4l .r .___ ___________ N.. " . _.
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lot 10_____.___.____?_______.____ I 'I .4 10 Southern ColonE54 Lot 18------------________.__________ II II 11 I A rr'n.O'Sii: : ad 1-----__-a-______,-- II 10 It Semlnole L i ..
Boa kern Co. __ 1'21 14 aDd '0_______________.________ 10 'I 'I 10 Miller L. H. ... 1 InTatrona.. 00.bRd ,
Jot .--------------------- I II 14 10 COIODW Lot 10---_____._________.______.____ $0 11 'I .I Younc. ffi4! ..61Lot Lot 1.-,____:_____...... .... IT 380 i M/liar. R. I

Jot 10___..__.__.______._ f 314 10 South.rn lutlon Ca Coloniuton .. LI6Wei U-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: t0$0 un : R.ev.Sberman.. h0.G.: W: :.1$U Lot t 41.31.---------._._________....._._._..__.,'11., ,I'1/ !I' I KnllktJ1Jt. L. A._.' '.;

00. ___ 1.1' t 70------__.__._...__._ _.__, 10 11' 'I Roc..r.. B. 11.- .I' t 1.______..-.__._.____ IT' IIS
rI Lot -_.._ .__.__.____._ _-.-. 121 U 10 Unknown 1,40 Lot .'1._.._.-_..__._.________.. _._, .10 II i Tuy in. A. -.- ... t ..._ ____.._.._.___.__.__.. I. 5 Unknownj" '1; ,
Lou 7 &JIG .. .. .- 22 II 3Bouth.rn. Colon-, t ,..___._____._.....:----.----. $0 Ii Mar . w. __. ... t I -- ,l I 11. ;
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,r lutlon Co ___ ...1 Lot 30..__--___._______ 10 16 I Watt.. L. A. .0' t.11$and'iu.__ ._ :; : 'I' Blara D J'

Iotiand 10;__._______.?:____ 14 II.. 40 Bonthern Colon. Lot 100..________.___.___ 80 14 I 01&8COw. C. ... Lot 1'4________-_____-__._____. IT, 2$0 3 1.Jl ,.

r : Lou II and U________________________ 14 II 14 U Southern lutlon co.cf:1_ 1.11 Lot Lot: 111:::::::::::::::=::::::::::::: :x u.n : Unknown Packard, JB.-_:: .58.88 ...if AI .__._'_.Y.____(_).,___lab--_______ .N al .I.r.a.."'. ..,. lk"rt

lsatlon : : 2.11c Lot 117_______________________________ .0 'I II I GoodwIn. I- ___ .11 Lou and 71------------------_____ I 330 B.m1.ef1. fi a 8. ., q
, Lot 11________________________________ III III 14 to Parker A. K. 118 ...-_.. Lama 1.v. c... ......DI". I t .. Iny. 1"
M44 lot / : 366 14 to 1. __ .11 .... .1 All ea_pt JIr% ., JlrW% ..1NIO Loa 1 and 16.______________.________ 11 I80 1. Zobrl.ke.Co_ ,
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Lot 316 14 20 Homan. J. R. 1.41 ________________________ 33d .1 Lot. 3 and 11_____ ___________________ 81 'I I 10 Brown. W.. -I, "r
' Lou 10---------------------------------4_____________._________. U 'I 40 Southern Colon- Lots 18 and 10_____________________.__ 11 II 11 10 Fry G. _______. ..0 lot8____________-___________________ 80 'I '0 I Unknomt. } '
I..tlon Co. ___ 1.11 Lot '1___-___________________________ 'I .1 11 I Unknown ______ .11 Lot ___________.____________________ 81 'I I. I .. 4, '
Wye lot '7____________________________ U II 10 Southern Colon- Lot .1_______________________________. 11 24 11 I Unknown ______ .11 Lot 1 _.?________________-________ 10 '1'0 f C..III.. _& -
lutlon Co. ___ 1.1 Lot 7.._______________________________ II II II I Werlner W. ___ ./t Lot .7_________-_____________?______ 118 20 f Stone P. "1.. '. l'
NW lot 31 'I U II 10 Southern Colon- Lot 11_____________._______________?_ 11 15 'I I Thompson Z. E. .11 Lot _____ 2$0 I L.I __ .J
---------------------------- /I"atlon Co. u_ 1.1 Lot 11.______________________________. 11 II 11 I ThIery. M. 1. __ .I8 ..._.1.n.Dy_ r' I

Lot 4_________________________________ I U II 10 Mood y. R. G. __ 1.41 ...-.... L... 1.y. C.4 lab-Div. l.l.a.rB.f 1054sd1W.t JII: cr t +
, Lot 6 I .4 I' 10 Swlt.er P. ____ 1..8 I.... .1 All--___________.___________ as H .1 sad NW%______ _-_____._ tl ,
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lot 1700___________________________ 1 U II 10 Southern Coionatlon Lot 41________________________________ 11 '1'1 6 Unknown ______ .88 Ce. Jti
Co. ___ 1.1' Lot 17________________________________ II 16 II I Finley. N. P. __ .88 i. U. U. U$0 IL F.
I W56 lot 6 I 181 10 Neff., John ____ ..1 Lot IT________________________________ I' 15 'I I R.ed.r M. A. .88 Lot 1 nlT _. '
' Lot 14____-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_--__-_-_-_-_-_-_--__-_-_--__--__-_-_- 04 II 20 Southern ColoD- Lot 110 (Tax 1111) ___________________ II II tl I Hodge W. O. __ ,88 Idea :, Bi4 .t N654 sad Let 4tl H M :,,>J

lutlon Co. ___ 1.T' Lot 110----------------_______________ I' 16 I Hodge. W. G. __ .11 Lot 84________________________________ 34 80 I Unknown _'
EK lot II 1 U 2--0 Goodman. M r.. Lot 11..________________,.___________ I' "6 81 I ..Crumm S H. __ .11 .. Lad lay. Ca' lab-fly- I ; ....
- ---------------------------- M. ___________ 1.28 Lot 114___________________________.___ II .1 11 I Slayton W. T. ..11 -:, All .aeept 6,4 .: 78614 sad .f

W% lot --.--- 10 3--1 10 Southern Colonlutlon Lot 117_______________________________ II 261 I TraIner. H. 3. __ ./1 ______.____________.__. H .. k7
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Co. .__ 1.11 .._1..1. Lad I.". Cs.'e labfly1.1. Lot 11__ .IIIW _.___________________ 31 I Derban. H. .
1 WSI lot 4_____________________________ fg 311 10 Ne.. B. .f All Rn.SL exempt N56 ..fNil Lot 10-___________________._.______ II 'I 10 6 OUaeon. A.c' \ ."
1 Lot 34 13 f0 i..C.H. i. :: d: +( ItI .1 cabal ... 0% .1 .III%---- 33 35 alLots Lot 7/________________________________ 33 180 I Mut.raon. 3.iri. 4'
)156 It-------------------------------- 10 113 10 Morgan A. S. __ .1 U. 47. U and 11_________________ II 16 II 10 Middles w a 1t. ...-..... Lad ...... .. l..b-Dlv- 4 l

Lot 10 ______________________________ 1 f11 .0 Hyd. Alex ____ 1.41 C. C. n ____ 1.11 I.... .1 All except .W .r .W%___ "_H__" ..1\\,-r1
o Lot 1.________________________________ 11 U 13 JO Southern Coon Lot 68 116 n : DenvIn H.. W. U Lot 11__________. ____________________ 16 $0 I Unknown t
f !laatlon Co. __. 1.TI Lot: 60:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1! 26 Klm.al{ H. )( : : Lot 11-_______________________________ I. ,. 10 I Mumb T. M.L ..ii p' .

I Lot. IT and 11________________________ 11 U ft 40 Southern Colon- Lot _________--------______________ I' .1 II I .Jack.on. W. A. .11 Lot 115------------------------------- 1 I t I Hewitt. C. & Plerla.le
1, atlon Co. .._ 1.11 Lot 7T_ __ !1 Berxer lay.:'..;; lbfly- \. -
\ W51 lot 4____________-________________ 14 U II 10 Southern Colon- : $8 ,nc::::::::::::::::::::::: 11 U It 19 Rose. }. k' :::: :.10 ..... .-i-4-. 1654 .1 NWS4--- l M J 4
... batlon Co. ___ 1.11 "_'.. Lead & lay. C..4 ......D.". Lot 115------------------------------- I I I Bemlnole Lan& " ,
Lot 3- 114 23 10 Unknown ______ 1..1 ..... .1 A11----------------_________ 4 2? .t Co. _., lr.., ,
Lot 17_--___-_-_-__--__--_-_-_-__--_-__--__--__--__--_-_-_-_-__-_-_- 14 14 .1 .0 Mobley C. IJ. _. 1.8 Lot 11_______________________________ 4 .7 II I SemInole I. and Lot 1 _______ ____________________ I I' 10 I Fnoker.. C. M. i p .
E34 lot 26 1. .4 11 10. Southern Colon- Inv. Co. ___ .11 Lot. and U________-______________ 16 10 Buckley. 9 i,. r
----------------------------- batlon Co. ___ 1.1 Lot 11________________________________ 4 .7 J1 I Cubba. F. ____ 1.11 Lot I________________________________ I 16 10 1 Unknown Jt I.

I Lot 11________________________________ II U II 1uthern Colon.Isatlon I.ot. I' and T--------------____.__ 4 .7 J1 10 Crane. C. A.____ ./0 lAt. .8 and H________________________ .1 ,1 10 10 Hlnkley. R7R. '. +
Co. ___ 1.7' loOt 117._______________________________ 4 .7 11 I Tenney W. P. __ .61 Lot _______________________\_______ I f10 I ., A.. +
Let 11________________________________ 17 U 12 10 Southern Colon- Lot 11________________________________ 4 'T J1 I Me..ker. C. E. .88 ._'.. Ie.4 ..". Ca4 lsbDly- Rb0 .. a J . ,
,', batlon Co. ___ 1.7' Lot 17______________nn__________ 4 'T J1 I Meat yard. A. E. .88 ld..l All-t--_ 25 25 .
Lot 11-_ ____________________________ II 14 3--0 Barenbauger J!:. Lot .1._______________________________ 4 tT J1 I Doop. O. ___.___ ./1 Lot I______________ ___.____________ 1 I 1..0 I Milliard.1 "Wm.Umil .' .' !. )
H. __________. 1.11 Lot .1________________________________ 4 :7 11 I Do... H. H. ___ .n Lot L7--- ----------- ------------ !! !! !2 HerYyman, B..L 1 :
. E% lot 11_____________________________ ..0. U 31 .10. Wn80n.____ D. S. ___ .11__ Lot 131_________.--.-----=-"'--"-----:::_-- 4 17 II I Unknown ______ ./11er1..N 1 WIl Inaon, aa d.. l
E'>' lot .0__________________________" .. 14 1! ..u"y.n.. A. ______ ... Lead ..". Ca'. 8..01"-. lot t :::ini:::::::::::::::mi ii if i 0 i lwartL Q 'J; r '
, Lot S_________________________________ 11 14 II 10 MoKIIllgan., 1.48 i ..... .f All_________________________ S n .1 Lot If 1.enba $ b' "' 1 I c..f 4
Lot 16______._______________________? 11 14jj ttIt 10 Knlxht, H. W. 1.48tt I Lot. II and 64________________________ I 17 11 10 SemInole Lan da Lot. 'N..cnii. :::::-:::::::::::::::- If 1 : 11.e Oop.lanndj., $I 4" It
KH lot 11__________________________._ II 14 II 10 Poet.. a C. ____ : Inv._$ IJ _.... I...* A I.". C.-'. BBBDITIBB 4 (
" I Lot> 11________________________________ 4 10 Madl.oD" C. L. Lot I Lot. 1 and tl.________________________ I 11 10 Bucker, L::: ... e f All_______________-_______ I . g
.. E% lot 11_____________________________ II 8! 10 Orlfftn. J. F. ___ .tf I Lot 11_ _____ __________--___________ I 17 J1 1 .Jon.. G. B. .__ .88 Lot. T and 10_______________________ 1 17 1. Dstten, J N .
; W lot 13___________________._____ I' 3f 10' M c Cutcheon. C. Lot 51________________________________ I .7 81 I Hoffman J. W. .11 Lot ITII I
1.If Lot 18._________________________..____ I 17 11 I Ludlow G. A. _. .11 Lot: :::::_:::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1 n I I Sh.rmaeH.J..1, + /, 1,

Lot 14______________________._________ 11 312 '0 Southern Colon. Lot 101_______________________________ I .7 II I Becker. P. _____ ./8 Lot 11tt____ _________________________ 1 I ,Sw..n.y. 7 R ,.., "a e,
Isatlon Ca1.71 Lot 117__ _____________________ 5 17 II 5 Miller R. S. __ ,/8B. Lot _____________________________?_ 1 IT I Sww.. 1Z D, r.
t Lot. 15 an4 It________________________ II l 14 ItII 40 Kldem. C.Sherman _____- S.11 1 ._..... irBBd"A ..". c./. BB..-.DI..1 ...- Lot IITO______________________________- 1 IT 10 I Donbs. J w t'1
:I, _______________________.._ -- 14 10 H. C_ 1." ..... All 5 3T .1 Lot Ryan f'7..
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'I SU'lotill_____._____________________-. I' 3t1 10 Southern Colon- Lot 18________________________________ 1 .7 J1 lAke. E. R. _____ ..8 Lot TlTt:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- I IJ :: I Houe tr q
Isatlon Co. ... 1.14 Lot 10_______________________________ I 17.1 I Manln.. B. F. __ ./8 Lot Bmlth, .. W '
Lot I____________________________-___ Sf 14 IIIt 10 Unknown ... 1 4S Lot 14_______________________________ I 8 7 11 I Cox F. R.______ ..1 Lot 100::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I :J :: : Miller, rr. '
N lot t_______________________.-____ f34 10 Coulombe, L .- ... Lot 71________________________________ 8 .7.1 I Unknown ______ ./8 Lot lit_________________._____________ 1 'T" Warren. A; i ., .
jot t_____________________________ I; .4 tltl 10 Bennett. L..__.. ..1 Lot 101_____________________________-- I 17.1 I Wentworth. F. P. .11 Lot lit_____________._________________ 1 'T I_ I Aowar W.'J,
'.I .J *__________.______________ % 34 10 Ol.en Ed. ____. 1.41 Lot 101___________________________-__ 8 .7 II I Mey..r-. K. No __ .68 Lot 111___________________________ 1 I' 30 I Richardson. ,3 ",p (U: ..
J____________-______._____r'nii 14 tttl 10 Johnaon!, G. R. 1." Lot In_________n _*_-_.__ 0 .T 11 I Shiver W. H. __ .5t . .
I N 4 acre. of 8 H lot 14_______________ -. 14 4 Albert Lea. Pub. 8-._'.. I.sad YBV. Ce VBbiT- a._'..1. LBB4 A I... Ca.'. g.MDL. J
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Lot t8H ________________________________ if 14 It 10 F. Lot III______________________________ T 'T 11 I Seminole Land Lot 4-_--_---_-----__-_-__--_-----:::. f n r I Bvokl.l lJ.d y tv. t
l.TI r my. Co. /8 Lot If________________________________ 1 17 I Dunlap, 1r' 4
lot IT__________________________ 14 II 10 SoniksrnCoion Lot 10_____?_________________________ T IT1 I"Holcomb. St. pi:: :.61 Lot1__________________?__________ 1 17 I '' '
Lot tTBeBtBole'lrfiaafli'laT.________________________________ T '7'1 I Coe E. .______ .88 Lot. /t. Ill, 114 117________________- 1 170 10 Southw.rrtfyaa '
Lot t______.._______________________ 14 It '0 Southern Colon1.76 Lot 56--- ________________ 'I '7'1 I Unknown ______ .11 .
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; Lot .________________________________ t11 10 Wl.e. J. H. ____ 1.48 Lot IILot ________________________________ 17 11 I Bemlnole Lan Lb.. V.-------_-----_-: I PT M ,
Lot ITWVi _______________________________ I 16fi I' 10 UnkeL B ______ 1.48.tf Inv. Co. ___ .11 Lot ..1'T 10 1 Hunker. A'R ,t ; .
lot IS__________________________ I f, 10 Hill >. HBattey. ____ I____ ,____________________________ I .7 'I I Ray. A. N. ____ .n Lot It___________._________________ f 'T 10 I Bhou.4 Q B, \,,
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/>!t.. .' __-____________., ______________________________________ feed, have some corn to sell and payoff ; The Biiiiliii Tkat'Doe* IM Arts' ** n. Heal OROBR' roR 'rVBLIt'ATO12.. I ORDER P.LC"TIO ; I
In Bece.. < ItS toe Ie ...t .. Omit:: Oeteirt .!.!. .f KleHda .ev- '
A bank Brooks tasstlve
his obligations. o effect. LAJCA.TIT8 -.< Fleriea. (iev., "
Clml Crac
seek. "..1.... (;* ...It, OeeeelB. _..tyI. IB
; county Georgia, .last year loaned as BROMOQUMIMBtsbetiertBSBonUBSr* Ckaae.y.. -, I ..th. jBdlrlal CI.I.Wseeejla CBBtr.
; PRACTICAL IDEALS QelsiBe sa4 goes wit eBst nerrousBee. not I hiswife.
I McKay,
: J high ,as, $10 each to boys .over''their rUrinsheea.. _iljn U e loll. ....cod Maude Morris. Complainant. D. -McKay. 01"

own signature without >security, and look tor the slgaatets ., ... W. OKQVX. $3a, Boon* Morris. ., "Defendant.vs. I Complaln."t '

:''tv ...yG.orgsSmk1hpkedor United States Geotockal Survey in .only a few Instances did the ''bor --- It appended to ; W. B. Newsome and Isadora Newsorae.. ,
nf"blbtT
y . rowers askfor an extension of time. 11 111 I I I I I 11 H I IM 111 I M the :''fr filed above-slated causethat I ..Defendant."it .

; ': ,?+..IL...*.. .t. 0+.M .>4). >.+ abo.-ataf.d
'"Practical.ideals" is more than an they continued just the same as a private stills thrift into the boys and often Legal of Florida. ,and Is a resident of Memphis the bill filed In the cause 1

1 V .it is man in business. Last year, in starts them with bank accounts. One Tennessee, over the age of twen that W. E. Newsome and Isadora N.w..ome
of terms
contradiction wife, the defendants
It ordered his
d' apparent Is therefore
bank In Macon has set aside $500 this ty-one years;
w the real thing that the world de'man'd. the same room, when the utilization ofa Adverlisemenls.ISIIuSuIIlulsuuluSSlIuu that said non-resident. defendant be and I are non-residents of the state, .
The practical ideal is the ideal large power site owned by the government year to loan to boys who wish to purchase -I I he ,Is h.reby required to appear to the of Florida and are residents of Mont
: 1 .. discussed I heard pure-bred pigs. Recently a well- bill of complainant filed In said causeon gomery county. state of Illinois, over
:* ,,-. L 'in Its everyday form that has the was being to-do farmer came into the bank and or before Monday the 2nd day of the age of twenty-one years; It Is
power to uplift because it is firmly those asking for the permit dismissthe August A. D., 1.15. otherwise. the allegations therefore ordered that said non.r.
i question of of indorsed his son's note for $10. The ORDER FOR' PUBLICATION. of said bill will be taken a* dent defendants be and are .*-
c braced on the ground. with the remark "That I cashier asked him why he did it when confessed by said defendant quired to appear to the bill of complaint "
4 Altruistic\ democracy is not a meaningless their books had substantial checking accountof IB ClreBlt Cmmrt, State .f .....rI... ...- It Is further ordered that. this orderbe filed In said cu.. on or before .
phr.... The Declaration of need not be discussed; our books will I he a .Btl ....1<1.1 CIre6I" OBreola C..t,.. published once a week for four consecutive Monday. Into Sth July A. D.!
with altruism in of course be always open to any authorized his own in the bank. "Oh. I just weeks. In the Klsslmmee Valley 1916. olh.r"l.e the allegations of said

) Independence begins the of representative of the govern wanted to see how the boy handles WlnJlr..d V. Keep"Complainant... Oasette, a newspaper published In I bill / .. as confessed by said
makes for pursuit
r the appeal it defendant. .
this If he does not it said county and state.This
obligation.
Edwin L.
pay R@.p. Defendant. ;
: happiness. Democracy in its essence ment. The ultimatums pronounced tenth day of June A. D. 1916. It Is further ordered that this order
c ", of opportunity its by the ambassadors from Wall street, I will, but it will be worth $10 to me IB CBBBevrr.It (Seal.) J. L. OVEit8TRBET. ; be published once a week for four consecutive .
appearing by affidavit filed In the
equality ;
.1 l' means know what kind of I have I weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley
t' is to build to the higherplane State street and West Adams streetare to a boy above-stated cause that Edwin L. Re>p. Clerk Circuit CourtJohnston -
: function up A Garrett, a newspaper published to
\ dead level. shortlived in the present atmosphere replied the farmer.An the defendant therein named, la a nonresident Oau.t. .
I ,I, not to cut down to a Solicitor for Complainant. S6-4t said and state.This
.c Endless Chain of Pigs.In of the state of Florida. and
. ? : And In our Constitution. the dedart'd'I"'fl of popular interest in these bus- Is a resident of Slnaru,o'P Burma, AN ORDINANCK.An May 16th. 19K.
0/
i one county a wealthy man want- J. L. OVERSTREET.Seal .
wel- India, over the twenty-one
the general mess questions.We age
: :. purpose" to '("promote this; nation need to see ourselves and our ed to do something for the poor boys yean. ; It la therefore ordered that said ordinance to amend Section 56 of ( ) Clerk Circuit Court
.1 t ware" is a 'guarantee that By JAMES M. JO
4k; he bought pure-bred gilts ana nonresident defendant be and la hereby "An Ordinance Prescribing and Defining
of so
j business day in the right perspective. Men Deputy Clerk.
". takes no narrow view of required to app.ar to the bill of the Regulations Governing and
P* such those now before the I vision are what the world needs but loaned them to twenty boys. These complaint flied In Said cause on or be- Pertaining to the Management Accounting Q. F. KRIBBS. 14-4t
t L i questions as must the club and do all fore Monday, the 6th Solicitor for Complainant.
It is in human welfare vision alone will not suffice. It was boys join pig day September and Use of the Municipal
< American people. A. r) 1(16 otherwise the alterations Electric and Hewerane
f that is 'required by its rules. This Light Waterworks -
that ethics and economics find not a Darius Green, but Professor of sail bill will be taken aa confessed Plants and Systems and Serviceof HXKCVTOR'S NOTICE TO SELL REAl.ESTATE. >
t I .j $ i Langley and the Wright Brothers who fall their hogs must be bred and next by said defendant.It Same and House Wiring and Plumbing _
!? ground.
"I t' ( common to spring two gilts delivered to the own- is further ordered that this order In the City of KIsBlmmee.I and Providing *
i taught fly.
h -jSe Too much stress cannot be placed men .be punllahed' once a week for IB Ceart ef ... S.at..r
; eight Penalties for the Violation of (
1 each boy at weaning time. When : .
by
4 ,, \, the human factor in these prollems. > It IH simply axiomatic that the er consecutive weeks I In the Valley fJacrtte Such Regulations." Florida. 0..1. CeBBty.

F .. .; ,. upon. The atudent of politics does well world hRK reached the stage: where the boys have complied with all the a newspaper published In said Be It ordained council of the .. re Estate ...rF..dl.rlck
tI ytt'
seizure has entered everyday life toa requirements the mother and remainder county and state. city of Klsslmmee :. Section 66 of Mackintosh Deceased.
,- t to think less of artificial measures of This June Slat A. I).. 1816.J. "An and > Notice Is hereby given to all whom It
) of the litter become the Ordinance Prescribing l enn-
degree that even our fathers never propertyof L. OVKR8TREET.Heal that I, Charles
or
(. value' to talk less of monometallic Ing the Regulations Governing and may concern A. Carson
.? i the boy. The two gilts deliveredby ( ) Clerk Circuit Court.C. of
standards and to realize dreamed. Physical forces and natural Pertaining to the Management. Accounting a. Executor the Estate of Fr..d.rl1 -
4 :
bismetallic .
':1. the real are harnessed to the use of the boys are in turn to be loanedto JC. ROBINSON. and Use of the Municipal Mackintosh. Deceased wil. on
is resources
that the human standard i Solicitor for Complainant. J7-8t nd! day of July A D.. ( .
r' two boys in the county who Electric Light Waterworks and Sewerage -
more
;. measure. Reduced to lowest terms man, and the miracle-workers who can I i Plants and Systems and Service of to the Honorable T. M. Murphy. County
Titians essential are required to do as the first boys I Judge In and for said
control these are County at hisoffice
whether real or personal, Same and House Wiring and PlumbIng -
/ property, I
i I did. This plan is now in operationin NOTICIC. In Klsslmmee.. In said County at
land sky- members of the body politic. In the City of Klsslromee and Providing
silver prairie or To the In Oaceolacounty '
property owners : .
gold or Penalties Violation of 1 .Iock A. M. or as soon thereafter
counties. for the ( .
from what The compelling argument for engineers two Notice la hereby given that .
value be
derives its I ," read aa the matter can heard for authority
Such amended to
Regulations be
. scraper has put into it or can take to step forward as citizens is the "The schoolhouse pig" is a new and the board of county commissioners or.O.c."la aa follows: to sell, at public or private sale the
k man popular phrase of extension of pig county, will alt aa an equalis following I described real estate, In said
of it. I evident fact that politics has not kept ing board at their next regular meeting No hose shall be used without anoall.
.
: out ,
\ production in Georgia. A patron of : ... and no nosxle shall be morethan County lo-wl.
pace with science. Take the political on the nrth day of July. A I) 1'1B. All of Seventeen (17) of
American I RobertBass'
/ + A working minority of that conditions of this or any other coun- the school gives a shoat or pig to the J. U OVKH8TRKBT.16St i 1-4 shall Inch not In be diameter.converted Yard Into j..tor fixtures ,- Addition to the Town of KI..lmr"r
to realize unregulated Clerk Circuit Court.
& citizens have come I try, of this or any other day. They pupils. The big boys build a pen under fountains, nor shall the hose whileIn -City nl..t'k: the plat filed
I private monopoly and good are characterized by uncertainty. con- the shade of sonva trees on the use. be fastened to any frame post h.' office i of the of the Circuit

4 I I citizenship are antagonistic terms fusion and hazards that the businessman schoolhouse grounds. The little boysgo N...!<-. of A..s llra will be the
upon
is be held In the hand. Lawn sprinklers.however
that popular clamor giving d.r nrrttomm BT4 ..d BTft. (ienrralMtetBtmi p..t-
And now into the woods and collect
s' : theOther would nt once cut out of his own pine of the 5ate ef florid be used and permitted to such salu now on file In
Y place to sober second-thouffht liUHinesH, and should eliminate from needles and make the bed. Others run inalh hours; hereinafter prescribed Court
side of the monopoly question Notice I. hereby given that F. R. Le for the of lawnsSprinkling lISted May 27th, An.. 1 16.CHAKLKg .
I \ build a shelter over the corner of theppf'n sprinkling
; nation's business. On the
the king'shighway Baron purchaser of Tax Certificate No. A. CARSON.
I be
de- shall I confined to the
it
consideration
'
is receiving the of ancient times slaves and construct a food trough. The 74. dated 4th day of November, A. r>.. frontage: or area paid I for, and water 2S-Bt t Executor.

? serves, there is a widespread recognition worked without respite to make girls, for Surely the girls are interested 1895. has filed said tax certificate In shall not be wasted by sprinkling" until I .
office and has made for
of the common interdependenceof collect all from the lunch my application the street Is muddy. or the water runs ISOTK'K OK KI.FXTION..
smooth the path for royal use and scraps tax deed to Issue In accordance with In
._ compliance with the law In auchcasftH
and the general pub off In gutters or on adjoining propertyA (
: big business today the American railroad invests baskets at noon and feed them to the law said certificate embraces the following fire alarm shall be the signal for made and provided. It Is herebyannuunriMl

4 '; lie. On the one side the people are pig. The pupils also bring to school described property situated In use of private hose and and declared that an election
millions to straighten ;
curves or reduce -
been Oaceola county state Florida, to- : :-f 7rllthu"nt will be held Kt.
that they are and have at Cloud.
realizing occasionally an ear of corn for their ; 84.r the fire Is over. Oll.ola
) grades but our political wit All of Section 37 ..
on ,
business Township count 'Iorld. on Saturdaq 16.
% silent in big The council reserves the right to restrict -
i.safl in reality partners pig. On Saturdays and Sundaysa South 34 Kast. I'> ,
right-of-way constructions and obstacles pet Range the use of hose and sprinklersto A. 1H&! for the purpose of deter
S Q' and now that there has. come the which make all progress expensive boy living near the school does the The aald land being: aaseased at the certain seasons or hours should domestic mlnln" whether or not the rolowlng

.t promise of some regulation that will if not uncertain allowedto feeding. Some of the schools barbecue date of Issuance of said certificate In use necessitate It also the rightto < territory Ih..l "(' special
the of Fla.
are name Commercial Co. Unless tax school vis.
L in large part prevent monopolistic remain simply because these socalled the pig at the end of the year said certificate shall he redeemedaccording require extravagant special lawn rates fountains paid for or largeor jets.. Beginning at the northwest corner of

1 j d concentration, the people are interested institutions. are our heritage from others hold an auction, and with the to law. tax deed will Issue Hours for sprinkling from 7 to 9 o'clock! the town of Ht. Cloud. Osceola county
their share of the returns thereon on the 8th day of July. A. D. Florida. on the line dividing
in getting fathers and fathers' fathers. money buy library books or something a. m.. and from 4 to 7 p m" not to exceed township
our our
i which can come only with operation 1916.Witness five hours any day for any permit.Read townships twenty-five (26)
The scientist who simply seeks for the schoolroom. my hand and official seal atKlaslmmce arid twenty-six ((26)) and
k2. r at a profit. On the other hand, truth for truth's sake will surely lose Care must be exercised that the pigs I \ City. Florida, this Sth day Read a a first second time time May and 4. 1915 passed In th..n... west ..Inn. said .. runnln"lIn.
the of large corporations, of June, A. 1).. HI5. I the emit ,.. the caatnect-
managers not overfed. At place in Georgia session this day of June. A. .
d the of life for truth that are one Open
.
larger part Heal. J I. ing l Lake
inTesting ( ) OVKRSTHEKT. t TohopekHllica and Kast ake
of the
the trustees u.. a. F. "
.
M j Who are really he foundered twice in 115. KlIBBK.
was one Clerk
s serves man, science that benefits humanity Circuit Court. Osceola County. President Tohopkuliga.! running thence In a

I .e public, are beginning\: seer is the only kind whose questis week. At another school the patrons Slate of Florida. Attest J. R. GILBERT ..Coun..l.. southwesterly 1 1 r..llon with said

tr that a oertaln financial security goes wondered what was wron*. The children Dy JAMES M JOHNSTON .. fourth .. canal to Lake T..hol"kaIK8 thence
worth lifework for .
making a a man Deputy Clerk. rrt5thl. lun. following In a th.meanderings .
The public can f.drlIV ,
_.4 with public confidence. with red blood. came home at night hollow to S-4t Ueputy Clerk.yo1.lCit A. of Lakv ( to
.
'. .'. Ii! not be left out of the reckoning and The most philosophic of Americangeolollst.s their heels and toted away in their ( ) the point where It T.hol.kallfa thecanal

", .i that well-remembered attitude toward Professor after dinner baskets each morning enough FOR l-Iinl.ICATIO.V.: Z.6 from Lake Cypress thence southerly

-p I tAkd .. the public so tersely expressed thirty Chamberlin ::1 :\\II studying exhaustively climatic good food to gorge a hungry harvest Serial No. 01Z 40Itrpmrimrmt AN ORUINANTK.An line dividing townships twenty-seven
in railroad
o., "il; :years ago by a pioneer conditions in the long geologic past hand. In time they discovered that a ef the Interior. i Ordinance to Spitting (Z7> and twenty-eight (Z8). thence east

./ ? fairs does. not pay dividends today. and after weighing carefully the pig in a pen on the schoolhouse U. 8. Land Offlc at Gainesville Fla.. upon Sidewalks of .Prohlhl. City KIsHlmmee. along said township line to southeast

whom belongs the reward possibilities June 6, 1816. irniT of the southwest quarter of
To then .
__ ,
: ..; grounds was rapidly growing lame one .
\ of disaster earth from H -ctlon .
-, !t-.I? of efficiency? I find a simple answer to our Notice Is h..rebyCh..n that James E. Be It ordained by the council of the thlrl.-two (32) Township
of collision with some star has shown way or the other. Hrownlntf. of I. kosee. Florida, who on City of Klsslmmee: "," ( Range thirty-
) .? to that question in the opinions that we have good reason to measure All of the breeders who offered to March 16. H14. made Homestead Entry. That whoever shall spit upon any two (32)) Kast. thence north along the

'. .v.: ,". .. the higher courts, in the decisions of I sell pure-bred pigs to members last No. 011040, for N 1-2 of SW 1-4. Section ..Id.wall. or curb of an> sidewalks nri hair-sertlon line to the northeast corner -
the future of the earthat
habiltability of the northwest
of Section
in :Z7 Township SI 34 quarter -
utility commissions and retf South Range Kast. any avenue court or
'I
tL \ ," ,, public Industrial millions or tens of millions if not, year at $10) each have renewed their Tallahassee Meridian has filed noticeof within the corporate limits of the .1..y Five ((6). Township TWl'nly-.IJ

Ic ,- ';4 rcent: or pending legislation. indeed hundreds of millions of years.Sharing offer this year, and a few new names Intention to make Commutation of Klsslmmee shall, upon conviction lit. (26) South. Range ( )
:. !!'!r'. enterprises as conducted by cor- Professor Chamberlin's inspiring of breeders have been added to the Proof to establish claim to the land fined not more than $6 0(1 or l... imprisoned I East thi-nce w..1 HIO'I the townshipI
& 'poratlons are inherently co-operative. above described before clerk of circuit at hard labor for not more I 11" l.tw..n Inwlohlpll Iw'nlj'-lv.
4 ,0 '. list of those co-operating to place .
workman and consumer are belief in the probability of racial court at Klnslmmne. Florida on than five da.'s for each offense. i twenty-six ((26) to point
4' 1 t:, K(Owner longevity, do we not gain a real Georgia on a pure-bred basis. The the Und day of July 1915. Head a first time May 4, 1915 of beginning,
deserve Ami ala
in reality partners and as such to determine who shall i j
ri state is developing a new standard of Claimant name. as witnesses J. E. Head a second time and punNccl In
,
: .... .. '. to share i in the profits. The public incentive to scientific research into due to the activ. Young of I.okosee. Florida: J. P Phillips open session. this first flay of June. A BIIMas 21 i Imol trust eH of said district I
the great utilization of the forces of agriculture, largely of "'Iorld&. fur two years next after the elictloni
after Ijoknser Clarence A. 1) 1916. (1. F. KHIHHS.Seal .
; .can demand low prices only ity of the juvenile farmer. This new .. ,id) to fix the of mills of district -
f' nature an added argument for the Oolden. of Lokosee Florida; It. E. WllIls. ( ) President of i "un..11 ... lunh'r
has been provided for tax to lie. ii-vled and '011"1.1
adequate profit h.ol (
sy of J-ok08ef FlnrldiU
3 of the truths of science agriculture spells pure-bred pigs and10O AttestJ R. GILBERT. Clerk .
.. 'capital and fair wages for labor. This application to bushels of to the Last ROBERT W. PA VIR. Approved thla fourth of ., .nnualy for i the said two years.
aore. \/un.
civic progress, and a larger faith that corn 25-51 Reg-lster. A. 1).. 116. I H. named persons w..r. ap-
.basal principle of fit-aharing
el'L 3,200 members of corn clubs r liolnled. U act nt said election. Han
,
t the Golden Age is in the future that year 26-6t Major
-
. : i among all three partners seems to me raised of bushels ,Hnrber Jack Simmons and J I. Cum-
the highest of an average fifty-eight oRDER KOH RI.ICATION.
: development
our coun- ; John Johnston
the practicalideals minIll. In..pl'clor .
J the cornerstone
4' :.. among and of of corn on an acre of land while AN
try the world is to be witnessedby ORD.NANCE c..rl.
iCY of the day. I. Cln-Blt: OoBrt. B<. : .present the of in l'.ne by order of the Board of Public
those who are to follow us ? Are average yield corn per acre lie...... jBdlclBl Circuit. OeerolsCoBBtr. An Ordinance to Amend Section. 100 Instruction Osceola

: :. ;.\lh.troubl.: with'too many of the not our ideals practical and is not the whole state wa sunder eighteen of the Oeneral Ordinances of the City this 24th day of May County A. I) 1 Florida.
business 'of the .day. and bushels. The club in 'some IB of Klsslmmee I as Revised January .
men especially pig boys CBBBrenr. Florida
J, .; such a vision a call' -to..larger.service: ? 1 Kit. -. WALTER BRONSON.
'-' ) with those 'Who come to Wash- instances, raised pork at 3cents per Ruth V. Curtis, Complainant.Quetave ".. B. if Ordained by the Counci of the Attest: _. YOWKLU Chairman Pro Tern.

ipgton' to oppos.' new legislation. lao pound. 0. Curtis efendanU City of Klsslmmee.. ; C
..
That Section 100 of the Bup@rlnt..nd..nt -It
.ftielr nearsfghtednesi. They cannot by affidavit appended to Section 1.
;1 I '; thIfr't: : nfn Ordinances of the City of Kls
General
and do g..O..OO..OO..O. : the above-stated cause
4 ; ; oee countrywide public opinion .... revised January 1. KOTtCK Of EI.ECTIOW.
A Fine Remedy For that Qustave O. Curtis the defendant Florida In compliance with the law In such
fact that
,. ;l' not appreciate the obvious + BANKS HELP CHILDREN + therein named IB a non-reeldont of the Kit, be to read aa follows: cases made and provided. It Is

I .v I t,the:financial centers are not also the TO BUY THEIR PIGS. + tate of Florida and la a resident. of "No dog or bitch I shall be permitted to announced nnd declared that an hereSy elec
r. *centers of national thought. The re- Billiousness andConstipatiOn Unknown and IB over the age of twentyone run at large unless such dog or bitch tion will be held at Union Center Os
: + O describedIn
shall
tag or plate aa
wear a
i ; It la therefore ordered ('..01.
years
County Florida..
Special Tax
cult sjf this, as I expressed it in conversation these ordinances, and or
dog
( I : :: 600000'OOOOO'OOO.OOOOOO "* that said non-resident defendant be and any School District No. 0.
on Saturday June
3 r last winter with a New York he Is hereby required to appear to- the bitch found without such tag shall be 25th. A. 1).. mis for the of

'gentleman who was largely interested A number of banks in the south bill of complaint filed In said cause on caught and Impounded by the mar..h..l.and determining who shall serve purpOI"a.. school

% In waterpower development! is which have found it profitable to help or before Monday the 2nd day of Aua the owner of any dog or bitch trustee of m\a\ district for two year.le5t .
aforesaid
: : Impounded ts
I ust. A. n.. 1(16 otherwise the allegations the .
and to fix the
the business interests farmers introduce better stock have entitled to the possession of ar..r .I..ton.
i- d '.that oppose of Bald bill will be taken aa confessed fhe mills (' school tax
iq: 'something at one congress which twoyears found that it is a good investment to People all through this section are by said defendant.It proof of own..rhlp and the to be levied and collected annually for
; LIV-VEK-LAX because it is la further ordered that this order payment of One (II.OO Into the the saM two
buying a
later they would accept; but the lend money to the boy and girl mem- years.Th0"owlr"f
-si, : City Treasury and In case the own..rIIh.,1
,
be published onm a week for eight consecutive -
4 4, j (< .- : next: congress is already considering amore bers of the pig clubs with which to preparation of real merit. It is a vegetable weekB In the Klaalmmee* Val- ] reside In the city he shall also at said elertlon were C appointed M. Kurik.! : to It. act B.

I ( advanced legislative proposition. buy good young sows. This new move- remedy that acts naturally and a newspaper published In purchase... a tag. All dogs not claimed IlRWon' George Tlaon. Inspectors; I.
: :.1dGc..o. :
t i hours after being
:. J. ', We are all more or less progressive. ment to ehcourage children to takean effectively, thoroughly cleansing the and state. within twenty-four shall be conveyed by the I. Weatherhee. clerk.
-I Impounded
This June 8th. A. 1>.. 1S1B. none
4. fill; '. jVl.told him,but the opposition has been interest in agriculture seems to liver and bowels. It is easy to take (Seal) J. L. OVKRSTRKKT marshal outside the city limits and In..tructlon.by order Oac..ola of l the Hoard of Public

::1 ;:-'tJQat one lap behind. have started in Arkansas and has and has none of the dangers and bad Clerk Circuit Court. Killed. Provided, however, that In the. this 24th day of May, A.County.1) Florida.

I rn I., ,iThe bright light of publicity is com- spread to ather states. It is Very active after effects of calomel. LIV-VER- By JAMES M. JOHNSTON.Clerk. event cannot the with marshal reasonable after due... ..dllg..nc. WAI/TKR HRONSON.

(4 r( of ;;!**'. '-ling to chine more and more upon the in Georgia where in ten of the LAX will get you right, keep you right O. F. KRIBBS. Deputy and Impound any : bitch aa hereinbefore Attest: C. B YOWELL.Superlnlend..nt.Chairman. Pro T'm'

ty j .,. .inner workings of all private business fourteen counties in which the pig-club and save you doctor's bills. Sold in Solicitor for Complainant. 18NOTICH t set out Tai proceed forthwith I8-6t

I ,t ,*, sli}which baa anything of the public-ser- work is now being carried on the 60c and $1 bottles under an absolute Sec.to 2.kill All such ordinances bitch.or parts of

4 1: i' .llt' fvlcti: character. Only about three years banks have offered to lend money to guarantee. Every bottle bears the OF ADMINISTRATOR. ordinances In conflict herewith be, and T OTirK Per OF.AnMINITRATOR
(
ti t)./ia.go/'at. ( ;>a conference on waterpoweriH junior members for the purchase of I likeness of L. K. Grigsby. For sate I. C..rt(For ef Final Cnmmtr DlaeBaraie..I....., State) ef the same are hereby repealed. In.

polfcy,'I heard the representative of pure-bred pigs. In other counties by Osceola Pharmacy. 24-.4tCHICHESTER Klerlfla. consent Read a was first placed time and upon by Its unanimous second I. CeBTt ef CeBBty .I..... State ef

'p v e' tle* banking houses interested in the wealthy residents seeing the advantage In re estate of John Pierce, Oaceola reading and unanimously passed Inopen ...I.rld.Estate or1..t..r ." C..t7.

r :J' "lydToelectrTc business tell the secre- of the plan are also assisting the county.Notice Is hereby !given, to all whom session- this first day of June A F Gullas.

i : tary of the interior with considerable children with loans. } S PILLS It may concern that on the. 10th day D.,.. 11.. President G. F. of KRIBBS.CounciL ".. Is hereby. given, to all whom

., :wonnth of spirit that one thing the In some instances the indorsementof = MB Casa of November, A. D.: 1116. I shall applyto ( J. R. GILBERT Clerk. It may concern that on the 4th day of
r Attest: .
September. A. I) 1916. I shall
T. M. Judge to
.v 'men who make possible the development the member's parent or guardian ia t.f l =n::: of said the Honorable court, aa Judge of Murphy Probate for Approved this fourth ftYRrM.J A. the Honorable T. M. Murphy judge apply of

of by their contribution required when loan is made in "' 1..1. ... s.d "... administrator of D.. fm. said court as Judge of for
j; r ..1 our country a M_ si.d _ ._ my final discharge as Mayor. probate
of' capital would not stand for others no security is asked. In.U .... the estate of John Pierce, .deceased; 15.5 final discharge as administrator of the
.s4 "I ... Mlf I will estate of Peter ... deceased and
a and that at the same time present Oul. ;
c 'aa any: legal requirement of inspec- of the counties, however, each boy 5* aND "aA" PI "' $6 to said court my final accounts a. NOTICB. that at the same I will present to
I' tlon' of their accounts by the govern- who borrows is required to grow one .. _k----SaA: ., administrator of said estate, and ask The Board of County Commissionersof the. said court my final accounts as
; ( c A has its rights of have abundant SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE' for their approval. Osceola county receive bids up administrator of said estate, and ask
;, ment." .. . ( corporation acre corn so as to Dated May IS. A. D.. MIC. to 10 a. m., July 6. rlb.. 1116 for three for their approval.
W. B. CRAWFORD. miles more or I. vitrified brickroad Dated March 4. A. D., 1916.N. .
Administrator. with concrete curbing said road C. BRYAN,
- 1 .. ,_I 12-26--IO-S4-38-4 to be nine feet wide. Specificationsma I ..-mo-for-Imo.-1 1 Administrator.

: : Excursions North and NOTICE) OF1 ADMINISTRATOR. ?the be. Circuit had by application Court at to Klsalmmee the Clerkof NOTICE FOIL ITRIICATft
West
I :i LAummer (Per Final D...........) Florida. Each bid must be accompanied (robll.hrr.)
by a certified check .mounUn. to Serial No. 01365nfar
.. ef .I...... State ef 10 per cent of the. < iBtrrier.
IB O Bi-t CeBBtr
;
t .m. !J.'he: surpassing scenery makes the L. &N. the attractive way. I FIcrldB.. OeeeelB c..t,.. J. L. OVERSTREET. U. S. Land ;tcratt Gainesville, Fla..
Clerk of the Circuit Court.NOTICI .
June 6. 1916.
; o 'I -. C IqIr, The rock-ballasted track the solid steel through trail. h Walter IB re) Ea..t.B.... ef Sr. 1-4 Notice. Is hereby given. that James H.

,, er. the L. & N.l Notice I. hereby Bjlven. to all whomIt FOR' PUBLICATION.PBBjUaher. Young. of Lokosee, Florida, who. .
up-to-date coaches and observation May lo i.n,
'I i sleepers may concern that on th. twelfth day ( .) made Homestead Entry,
l '- Irates to al i offers direct of December.. A. D 1115. I shall applyto Serial No. No. 06', for El-3 of NK1-4 SW 1-4
"fr ? cars the unexcelled and reasonable dining' the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judgeof iBterter.TJ. OUI.. of NK 1-4. and NE J-4 of SE i-4. Section

anadian service b and diverse said Court aa Judge of Probate, for ;1etatt'.I .. I Fla.. 21. Township II South Range 14
.. car and the facilities for close my discharge as Administrator of the June fel East Tallahassee Meridian has filednotice .

[resorts,the Great and direct connections combine routes to the Cal- estate of Walter Bass, sr.. deceased; . hereby given that Clarence of Intention to make ThreeyearProof
sssss I will to establish land
t and that at the same time pres.nt A. Golden of I claim to the
: ;) I, c "ces,"Yellowstone to make the L. & N. the ifornia Expositions to said Court my final accountsas on December flnr.nl.I, "d'.r... above described before clerk of circuit-
court
Administrator of said estate and ask for at Klsslmme Florida. on the
Entry
$ r,' > j.V t iParki Bocky Mountains, comfortable and_.If ission Play. Choice .for their approvaL ter. t''U"T n: 11 South, Und day of July, 1915.
way. Dated June 11, A. D. 1915.HENRY Claimant names witnesses. B.
Range . ...... Meridian. aa : R
j $ t ( I [Salt Lake City, the Pacific of three gateways and many T. BAS9.J'oamo.'mo has filed Intention to make Willis of Lokosee. Florida; B
'. Owens of .
Administrator.AN .
Florida B. H.
: *> [Coast, etc., etc. The L. & N. routes is given travelers by the Commutation to the land Proof above, to described establish, before claim of Lkoll...Lko.e., J'iorlda. ; .J. A); Dlxon. of

; '. c- I reaches all the gateways of the MMInformation L. & N. They may go one way ORDINANCE. clerk of, on circuit the oolrt at of Klsslmmee.Florida July 116.. Lko. ROBERT W. DAVIS.
An Ordinance to Prohibit the Running 36-St
i "Torth/and West Buffalo! Claimant names as witnesses: J. P.: Register.
and another-via New of Fowls within
& return at Large Domestic Phillips of Lokosee, Florida; J. R.

: "ttsburg, Cleveland, LouisCincinnati. Orleans St.Louis or Chicag6. Be the It City ordained of Klaalmmee.by the council of the Young Browning of Lokosee of Lokosee, Florida, Florida; B. H.; J. E, NOTICE! (KOR_Ile.e.PUBLICATION.)

4; I city of Klaalmmee: of Lokosee, Florida. .. No
OUII
viDe.:"' Toledo. furnished on Fast througn trains with That the running at large of domestic ROBERT W. DAVIS. .,
fowls within the corporate limits of U. B Land ;tof.'al :: ,
--, l4 sit.;; Grand Rapids r, application. Reservations only one change. Round the city of Klaalmmee I. hereby declared V-Bt_ R..I.t..r. June S. UI. .

wire anuisanoe, and expressly pro- Notloe .. given. that Joel P.
NOTICE TO
made. Write. CREDITORS.
( or tickets from
ti , iliuapolisChiCIieeIfUI1T trip .... Any owner of any domestic PhiUpe of Lokosee, on

; .I 4. *C*sV f ' 'i "'phone us. When' you get to Jacbon.I- Jack s onvi I lle fowl or fowls who permit or permits Itor tm C.srt '.( th. Ce. *y; ".._ State 1 I 14. made Homet Florida who ,
; them to run at large within the I No. for .
I .< VlerldB. OeeeelB CraBty. quarter. Beef
.
), i L'S .me we.will, iee that your tickets are re......., corporate limits. ia violation of this Estate of John W. Thompson. I "on >. Tn.hlp South. Range \
$8050 from
', lit L4s for'yea ..ndaaaiit,: 00.11' checking baggage. etA-: ; section .shall upon conviction.. be fined InTO a" creditors, legatees, distribu I Blast has I >'V'*
not .1.. than ".OC nor more than I' all having claims or notleepf Intention to make Commuta-
.t, One 'of our.T;' pre.enUtiTea i iat. ail departing trama.... ,'J'ampa dar In Jail for each .a-- demand. against persons said _.t.I" I Proof to establish claim to the
$89.00 m. first time Mar 4. 201$. and each of you are hereby no- I land above of
.. Florida P..enl1el' t..erlbe befor e..rl
"H.C.; n..etneTi AllenADt Read a eeeond time and passed -In You required to. present any I circuit .

'iOUISVJr..LB.AnD; NASHVILLE )' open session this first day of. Jane claims and demand which yo.., or I the $* aar o( Jal, 111.Forid'. \
A. "* either may have' against the Claimant names a :,I
: : : ) ; , v J President CtMincll.Atteatl .*" latent county, Florida.to the James. Browning, of Lokosee.' Fl r-j
$80.W :' California Expositions .. ". J.' R. GILBERT. Clerk.- undenl ; eseu..pf said estate, idaiB. J Ouy. of 3. .

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.I F1DAYJUNE. .x5,:::1015" THE KISS1MKEE '"'VALLEY ,GAZETTE ,...a.

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(X F.'THRASHER. . If you ever'saw Senator Arthur E.
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'f' VANS' AGNEW TELLS OF I Donegan drop his bead to one side, Niff II

SHEET, METALWORKER.. FRANK cut his eye at you and send out just p,
the faintest suspicion of a smile, look n
.Steel C-uuifc-s I a'SpecialtyPhona out, for a was coming, and h
: it would probably at the expenseof .
14'-R KlMlmm..'J11: "
FIERCE FIGHTING IN FRANCEWriUng'from some one in the party '

". ..'_V_; Some of the best ha told In .Tallahassee Are. Your Valuable \ "A
this spring were about' some
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DR. J. W.SIMPSON nameless old lady down in his district, .
11 the trenches Frank i went off: hisbead later, out of nine, who seemed to have. had more native. ,: Papers Safe?

DENTISTUp.talra Vans Agnew. who, with R.'W. Meikle- i Including .the sergeant.,out, of, our shrewdness and aptness at repartee of ..

In Kats John. went from Kissimmee join' bomb throwing.squad of nine: I had : the kind,that stops the other fellow ',. .
BaDdlng with the forces of England! in the wai I not *, scratch..; Just a,bump on the than most of the wits of the world., .
',. Offlo Noun: > a. m. to IS ... with Germany tells interesting details breast bone from something kicked up One especially good one was thatthis If yon are keeping the: la jeer' tt..
., 1:1 to 1:1' > nS desk office have aot .
or safe they aoaHive
Jack Johnson. It a baa old had who was w
Telephone No. 7 f Jae II'tr. as follows: .1 by a; was woman a son .
:M' "In France. thing for the Germans but we lost a rather more worthless than he deemed proteetto' frosa Ire of theft. ,;

Ida"28,1915.Dear lot of good men there. himself to be, and sorely. tried his The place,, of, Abaolata Security for
',' DR. W. W. CARSON Friday, ". Am all fit''' and well; having had mother's patience and temper by his them. and all other valaabUa la'') our I
I' sent service Fire and 'Proof Vaalt. r1MSat.
-' hastily you a some much needed rest and will stop foolishness In every conceivable line. Burglar ,

DENTIST post card on.our return 'from the I aa mail la going Do not know our One day he was being' upbraided by .'n..ia Bexea. fer"ret '"
trenches yesterday. morning to say plans for the future but will write her for being a trifling' worthless r
Office.,over Pilley BuildingOfMo that.I,was ,...u..because,you will see ,.. $3.oand $44 par yemr..
1 again as _' poaalblev creator,...eLM thought.to silence her
Hoar: I 11'. 1-I .w.undecl..But s. ..: -.A .
that I am'returned as -
Office Thon IIS Resldeno.'Phen. II several packages and letter at the with the question, -put in sarcasm 1
Oa Administered for Extraction ot my wound is only a scratch on the billet we are in, on my arrival. 'Writ' "What have. yon ever. done that la
Teeth arm and I did not show it to the doctor Ing paper and gloves, ttu. book and worth notice* And her reply satis

.- until our return to these billetiyesterday. Strand, eta, for thanks. fled him: "If nothing else, I gave.
It is "ridiculous to returnme Our troop was thirty-eight strong' birth to the damndest fool in Osceola
DR. H. S. GEIGER as wounded, as it might givt but now only twenty-six are left. We county" '"
you all aorta of wrong ideas, but there were in the foremost British trenchof This same;Senator Donegan is one
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON It is and all beyond my stopping.The the British front here and our troop of the shrewdest and most businesslike

Citizens Bank Building first thing to tell you i. that. had the post of honor. So we ought men who ever. represented a district

Kleslmmee, P"la. poor old Dickson-Hill was killed alongside not to mind anything. Goodbye. He talked little on the floor, SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT L
Phone: Office 17 or .* of me. Meiklejon got a slight Your seldom had anything to say for or
Residence Itl 14ljiT. scalp wound from the same shell. I
FRANK.DONEGAN against any bill, but he worked in
U got a touch at the same time and another committees, explained his measures
man was killed by it. We had and clearly and introduced DIRECTORS '
concisely -
M. RIVERS. M. D. crouched low to when the 'sandbars simply r i
WINS FAME few that the other senators ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R:
were thickest when that shell cam did not' assist him in getting passed. W. HILI A. W. 'i
PHYSICIAN .SUR.GEON. booming into our trench, and a good They say that his ability to pull off J. K. BILLIARD ,
thing too, for, just by my head, close 'a and with it helped
joke get
Office over Oseeola Pharmacy enough to raise a bruise above my AS A STORY TELLER him to the extent away of at least several IF. ::1 I

Phone Office Rfsldenoe 14S (S right ear, a piece of shell slammed s votes when he was'a candidate for the .

hole, two inches across, into the sand senate. At'that time he was clerk of ....
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bag.At time almost another LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENT the court, and. on good joking terms JBNmmrffinffl::::::,:'j,..:::,'fimfflSwope's :..::n: ".,.. :
tjje same ,
RETELLS SOME OF THE TALES with the judge and everybody who -I, '
DR. C. L. HYATT shell burst in our trench in the next TOLD BY OSCEOLA COUNTY knew him. When some witnesses were
traverse to mine, about forty feet in he administered i. ;f
being sworn one day -
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON away, %nd killed four men. All thu. SOLON AND DRAWS A PEN the oath as follows: "You Solemnly I.
happened last Sunday afternoon.We PICTURE OF THE SENATOR. swear the evidence you shall

Klaslmmee. Kla. buried Dickson-Hill that evening give in this- case shall be the truth, e
Phone Office 107Residence at dusk right behind our trenchin Writing a column of aftermath chat the whole truth, and nothing but the
S4I a shell hole and under shell fire,, about legislators in the recent session truth, and that you will vote for
and I am sending his wife fan..diary McWhorter E. :' for the Pony FarntM
of the Florida legislature, John L. Arthur Donegan state senate -
and all the letters I could find err his
of the Florida TimesUnionpays so help you God?" The old fellows ;
GEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW kit. Cannot you go to see her? He tribute/ to the story-telling ability from the prairies thought a 1 t'

suffered nothing because he was ter- of Senator Arthur E. Donegan, of minute and then said "I .do; and KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ,
and lived less than
ribly smashed up .
Kissimmee. Mr. McWhorter sayst they did.
ten minutes. We gave hint morphinebut
Collections and Conveyances I do not think he was conscious '

Specialties after went to the hospital first at minute.once, and Meiklejon I have How Farmers Can Improve Full-blooded Welsh Shetland I'4 J J 5

111 l-t BroadwayG. not seen him since, but tell Mrs. Mel- JOE WELSH ( Stallion 1 t' "'
kleion that his was a scalp wound only

and not to be the least worried about Their Personal CreditThree ,1 . '
F. KRIBBSA1TORNEYATLAW him. He went off to the dressing station Stands at $10 Cash When Bred r ; ,

quite cheerfully himself after we If mare fails to get In feat., $5 wW be returaid
had bandaged him up in the trench

Bxamlnatton of Title a Specialty. and the bleeding had stopped en- plans by which farmers in bers on more reasonable terms than
Notification and Payment of tax** *lnonreldents tirely. actual practice have succeeded in Im- they could obtain individually. The

attention. given careful We went into the trenches on Sat- proving their personal credit and Securing fundamental principle pf their man- {

Klaslmmee. Fla. urday night, last and came out yesterday loans at less than the prevailing agement is that no loan must be Also One Spotted Colt for Sale
Thursday morning, just before rate of interest are outlined'ln granted unless the committee in f
dawn. Four days and five nights Farmers' Bulletin No. 654 "How charge believes that the member and ',' '
Pat Johnston O. P. Garret practically without sleep, and being Farmers May Improve Their Personal the association will both be benefltted. .

. JOHNSTON ft GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW shelled by Jack Johnsons more or lest Credit" The funds for the loans may be secured ,..... '
the whole time." This is just a hasty The first of these plans; has workedout I through payments on shares, '
letter generalizing events but I will in certain localities in North Da- through deposits, and by farrowing t C. E. SWOPE ,

Offices 10, 11 and 12 CItizen. Bank ,give you a more detailed account dur- kota so well that the farmer has been I from outside sources. Associations t
Building ing our rest here. It is m onesidedgame able to borrow money on his personal doing i' business of this sort however P. O. Box 656 Kissimmee Ha."
Fla with the odds with the artil- note at 8 per cent at a time when the are subject to statutory regulations,' ,
Ktaslmmee. lery. We sit and hold a trench, being usual rate in his vicinity varied from and it is, of course, important that ",

the nine pins while the guns roll the 10 to 12 per cent. To secure this reduction these regulations be understood and '

Loul. C. Maasey T. Plcton Warlo ball at yjDU. You can do nothing but in interest;the farmer agreed observed by the management .., rii
Late Couneel for JudM of the swear softly. No Germans actually! that the banker should buy the dairy A co-operative credit association:
Kla. R. R. Comm. Criminal Court attacked our trench but they triedto stock for which he wished the loan must not bed considered as In any way o..ooo..oooooooo.o.oooo.ooooo.. .o.ooo.o.o..tt.; i '

,I tt4 MASSEY & WARLOW do so on each side of us. But on ahd sell it to him at actual cost. The, a substitute for other banking institutions '<""I 1 .
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORSAT Tuesday afternoon about 630 p, m.l purchase in a number of cases was but rather as an ally of them. :AWsE'N", t r'i
LAW got a little of my own back from conducted with the advice of state The deposits in such associations are unVa'( .imel nt/FJREr'JNSua.,{ ::"'

Practice In all the court. of the slate them. I had just returned with a or federal dairy specialists. The men I frequently in such! small amount thatit w. ANCS ,.t. protect ;his propcrt1'
and of the United States also before sack full of water bottles from a is unlikely that they would be plac-
Railroad Commleelon-n who furnished the money were thus in while he la living; and an pie Lin, ,' .
the the Florida Interstate Commerce Commlulon stream nearby, behind our trench,, a position to make certain.that it was ed in a regular bank. On the other INSURANCE U protect his fam.llr .. {'a
11-14 Charleston BldsT. where you dodge snipers, when the used for productive improvementwhich hand the total of these small sums is In the event af hU death.', 'its!, '<

Orlando. Fla. 14-lyr i call suddenly came for "Bomb throwers would enable the borrower to frequently considerable, and such partof .. 'also Insures his .earning capacity,. 'lw ,
to the front" and the rifles and repay the loan. Under this plan in it.1 is rot loaned to members of Ill i by. taking out,.. ACCIDENT amiUEALTII '
machine guns started a terrific,, pop- the farmer be said to the'association is usually placed on .
fact may POLICY.' Be t E .
am *
ping. I was in shirt,sleeves and just deposit in the local banks. In additionto fi ,. ;
the
DR. M.. J. HICKS borrowed improvement 'itself hav.I' association safe aide... .. ,
slammed on my ammunition-equipi the service which the
stead of the money to buy it r Wa write all, linel\'of IN '
ment and skeedaddled with myrifle of can render to its ,tndvidual members t ,

PHYSICIAN.ndSURGEON, up the trench towards the racket the taken disposition out of his handel the) money* v .was,I both by aiding them to obtain proper ., !" ANCE Nona but that RELIABLE Insereo'sad old Has ell tl'
After a longtime, as it was a long loans and discouraging them from .
.. of tits general character "
A'plan : same .
State Bank Building panics in this arency.- ,
Office way. crouching and running1 anp making' unwise ones, the association .y
was carried out a year or two ago, "
Phones: Office 41Residence crawling I got to when I could see in southern Idaho but in this can also be of service to the community J7.t ,. : D. G. WAGNER :!t '
case Floor
40 Secswd .QUanta Bank' t
our men throwing bombs into the Ger- three or four banks united in the .- in a number of Ways, among which , ,' ,<
mans. You could hear nothing for of a carload of dairy stock.purchase In collective purchasing is perhaps the -j v,;- KisslssBMtv, ,'...Fla,. .. :

the noise, for it seemed as if every another,case in Nevada a local cream- most prominent. *X
W. THOMPSON German rifle Maxim and big gun was supplied the and held back .
J. their ery money .
that shrapnel
turned -
on spot; a part of the returns from milk andcream
overhead and
was going "branggl"
delivered the borrowers.
by '
FUNERAL DIRECTORI about.their shells I took going a few"whangg"shots at*the all Altogether 491 cows and heifers were t One First EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN ,:' : ;

I devils with my rifle, by way of resting distributed among sixty-four farmers, Rates Reasonable Rats CseJ.. CosaforUUs: !
the amount of
breath and then I aggregate money rep- Cost
and getting my got resented by the loans being $39,483.
box of bombs and started to
hold of a -3SS5S&
This i. the simplest of the three MERCHANTS HOTEL iE6f1'.ptfN
LICENSED EMBALMER crawl and drag it up there. The box methods. It consists essentially of ROOFlHG Then NoMore :
r was heavy and, to my delight, another JI;
permitting the lender to say how the
Stewart Ave.Klsslmmee. . young chap, a Strathcona,.came, .
Store and Chapel, and money he loans shall be spent Under -
and helped me. We dragged
such circumstances he naturally feels
humped it along over bumps and LI.htnl"lr-proof.! flre-prof.rustproof. P
Fla.P. secure and the rate of interest lessens ," ''
across shell holes and over our dead,, the Lasts a* long.as \00' "
until we got to the extreme rjgbt with risk./ building stand, made of galvanized Just Like Home i-
point where the! Germans were retreating In regions where for various reasons steel and TOUCAN \
W. B. CawforVANS this plan has not proved possible metal. attractive inappearance '* '
Van. Agnew Always
A. up their trench and being .o..e............ !is csMsr A '" i rarr.aes.1.ATW *
another method I. to have the farmers and at the
Came ... R.id.M ... .
AGNEW ft CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW bombed by our men unmercifully.There . ArungtonHot; :.
Urn reduces cost of desIn.uranceyour
I found my own sergeant of our collectively assume a certain guarantyfor your ooIor sOc.... 7Sc' In boy can easily Y
own bomb throwing squadron, to my the notes given by individuals. 1219 rRANKUN ST.. TAMPA flA. J. D. RUSHING hest *' '
lay It. Ask reiT dealer ew
Offices: 3-4-5-6 Citizen. Bank great relief, and he was as merry as a southern Montana for example, nine writ .. fer eetal.pa, Tic i'l
Building I had never thrown a live teen farmers organized an associationand
TxU mrlda Metal Pre>._ c.,
appointed trustees to represent it _
KlMlmmee. lI1orlA bomb in my life, but soon found out, -
and in negotiations with a local bank. The MIle EvergeveaAve. 4*
as it is quite a simple affair .
they were lovely bombs for working.You 'trustees were authorized to guarantee Hfffffff BAY VIEW HOTENew '
a limited amount to the bank on the :
could see a clumb of German .......... ....
the "'ne"" *\ '
huddled like their joint and several liability for association strictly modern; 10 stories. Absolutely fireproof; If ,.
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW bayonets sheep, over members. With this additional'security all outside, with privat bath. Well-appointed reception ball'onfeach< lea}
parapet top, arid you chucked a bomb Telephone In every room. Every! comfort. Sanitation perfect All whit
nto it and prayed for the explosion. the bank agreed to advance I \Vrlfllcbted sample room. Bowlingallay* and billiard room. Cafe a !r l+
When it came the bayonets waveredand $6,000 to the association at 8 W. B. MAKINSON CO. service a la carte popular price Rate. ft and up. COMMERCIAL', $3 .,
cent when the general bank rate 91.*v AND UP. *, .i i .t., 6
wobbled and then disappeared. If per OSCEOLA HARDWARE ( '
Waring Building. C9. AUGUST B. MUGOE..Mgr. TAMPA FLA. (1 Ii IYbORti''y i
the bomb did not explode you waited was 10 and 12 per cent. Two delegates 0I ,
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backed because those from the association purchasedwith
and plucky ------- -
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up ?f'
the two carloads of heif
Germans lighted it again and threwit money
When In Need of a back. And so on and so on. I ers, which were distributed among the

VETERINARY SURGEONCall know I got three bombs into them members, each animal being charged
For- fairly and squarely and heard them with a proportionate share for all the
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explode and saw the bayonets flop incidental expenses connected with the

A. F..RICHMONDHorses down. We finally got to a place at a transaction. Each purchaser pledged 1
turn in the trench, an angle and our himself to care for and breed the cat- / a 1a 4
Clipped fl and up. I own men, the -- something tle by methods approved by the as

Loughman Road or others, were firing directly sociation.In .
lll-t Klsslmme Fla across us. excitedly, of course, and the third plan the guarantee is
Phon they killed (our own men, remember) furnished tot by the farmers themselves -
3 about twelve of our men there. Two but by an outside interest As

Robert Riedel of few them feet being of me of ,my and squad two and more withina were the plan Minnesota was developed this outside in Wisconsinand interest I Unless Properly Packed Fruit Will Not Bring Top Priced i


CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP wounded.out and I was the by bombs that were time all about exhausted were consisted in their'\l local way as business much concerned men who The marketing of Florida's citrus fruit crop so Under normal conditions'next season' {1t..., ;ps

Wiidow and Door Screen, Repair : so we sat down to wait for as the farmers with the general improvement that it will be profitable largely depends upon oranges and grapefruit will be much larger

aad Cabinet Wom.'PhonM more, and when they came I could not of agricultural conditions the manner in which the fruit fs packed. No that of this year. The grower who sends ,

237 get up for I had cramp in both of my In their regions. Under this plan the matter how carefully grown, sprayed and proquality fruit to the market will again be the I t 1
: Shop 216; Residence legs and had to be rubbed and rubbed. business men subscribed a certain percentage { ,I, .
tected in the grove, fruit that is not properlyprepared with abig bank account. There willb dem :
of the funda loaned with the dfa
Freight Depot have been about 8 _
Ave. Near Thai must p. m.
Darlington But I could drag around so I dressedtwo understanding that this was to constitute and packed will not bring top prices 'for the best, no matter how great tho", aSkinner's

wounded men and helped. to fill a guarantee fund to protect the ;
sand bags and pass them' along until bankers. Otherwise the plan was in "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Hone7Mai esbeak

NOTICE 10 p. m., I should judge.. About 10:30 its essential principles.. like that. adopted .
Gives Good Fruit the of QualilyTfliat Makes it
p. the only officer present told us in Montana. Touch' + .
) the tiling was over for the'time and None of,these methods require more "
Auto Livery." ,Anticipating greater demand than ever for. ,Future profits -eltelti74ulture': depend.machinery :
Will call for and take. you to any no more could be done,and we crawled tiuor a temporary organization.. A of this land to be Installed In booses efficient house. '.
Get party back as the rifle and Maxims and permanent co-operative credit association ; : packing' 'equfpm* i.
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part of six city for as comfortably as one. shrapnel and Jack Johnsons were just la,however a different matter, '(;now Standing and others soon to be erected.we, :anything. else. ''Bkinner'c. t factioa 3 .

Auto ready to'front got of Family; Shoe store as busy all the time.., TKe" sergeant which has many aIvantage ,/- Such association t: bare enlarged our Dunedin plant and this. yean t 'teed" machinery:has-demonstrated i"v

In daytime, and at and I got.back to-our' own trench af- encourages habits-' of saving, .a :Unetobe prepared to fill all orders. : '../ ,paying tm' >poeatlon.to'growws. :qfSterial '

J1Ieh Pon. m t.rt 11 -p.''-m,,- and ,il-wa* more' than afford training. in business methods. I ,. rrfaM le.."... Ue illuliei w.... Mewfe ,TaM..* W* Til jfTtlj Vinl.._-'-r.........tit*Sv t
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t' &Son ,in. my.,:whole Uf..:?;'We:lost, three ( common agricultural purpoeea aawell ,;. _ .., JL SKINNER MfG.: ,CO.. LEE AVENUE,:DUNDIN;
H / : : W "eJones killed two wound.d.andaaotker who as providing low for their memA .
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{ r j Lot a,-_-..._.---.---.--.-.--- 11 IT'O I SemInole Land Lot 1. Block 11--__________________' Derborn, E. Or 1.T. Lot II, Block 1.0_____________ Fos. E. L'.--.. ilT 1 .
:; A Inv. Co. ... -U.W' Lot II, Block 17________________.___ Bemlnole Lan 4 Lot 11.1 Block 1.0.-_.______ W.tt.en. L )(.. 1'.0 '
I( A'h''t.;!r ,Ii.:...__,....?._....__.?__._..._ 11 1'1.0 I Penn. T.: k In..... Cs 1.0. Lot. "1< u. IE0; Block III---.-----. SulDwandle. }. :'
t. Vnd .________._.______"__ 'T .0 10 McDugall C. D. ./1 Lot 14. Block 10--------.1.____ __ Unknown ___--_ 1.4' T' -l1. .
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., 0 and 70.--.__._._._____..._ S7IS 10 Bder C. F. _____ ..0 Lots 7. I. 9. 10. 11. U. Block 00-_-:__. Btew.rt, 8U.. 7,81 & Inr. Co ___ 1,11 ',r
) II 17'0 I Unknown __ .68 Lot 14. Block 11-----------------___ 3. C. __ 1.21 Lot Trainer H. :1. 1,41
Pteif.r 10. Block 216----------------------
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4, w It and0..-----.------------- 11 27 80 10 Buckley, J. Est ..0 l..ot 21, Block 21---------------------- Pftlf.r J. C. __ 1.11 Lot 10. Block 334--------------------- lIeckley, G. L 1.48 ) -
M 17 .. 1'' 111._________..._____---- IS 87 10 I :Horseman. B. .48 Lot 17. Block 21---------------------- Leona.rd. O. C. __ ... Lot 10 Block 227--------------------- WlLtrou I'll
fl, .4.. ,/emlwla ..... .. ..... 0..'. g.b-Mv- Lot 10. Block 24---------------------- Ho..n, E. H. __ ... Lot. 4 and 6. Block 111--------------- Hlllckl..l'. L..A.Ii 1'48

4 r '$.3C .. .., .( All .x..*Bt Timber Leaae to Lot 11. Block 14__________.___________ J. A. __n ... Lot. II and 23. Block IU______________ Porter, I.. M. 1,11 ..
,t .. t'. : .. KL.Imssee Lltr. _______________ JII 27 I0i0t Lots I and 2, Block 26________________ Lr.nd. .. B. __ 1..3 Lot U. Block 230_____________________ Land
,1. .1___-_.-.___..f.t:_______________ II 27 30 6 Bailey, W 1':. __ .68 1.01 16. Block 2f1. _____________________ Royder E. D. __ .6 8"lr Co. ___ UI
t "' .10.JI;, '" I.ot. .5 Md "__________________-_____ II 21 30 10 Hodnman K -- .RR 1.01 ] 8. HJock dLol ______________________ Coe. E. ______ .fl6 Lot 9, Block Button, L .91
". t'1-------------------------------- 27 80 6 Kal.er W. H -- .6XB 7. Block 27_______________________ Klnlf. n.00 I.. ____ .6 Lot 6. Ih: :::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown _::::: :,96

1 'l,t, A t ,72-_____________________--_ __ 11 27 80 IVnn. T. n - -- .<6h I.", 11. Block 27_______________________ Unknown __ __ .98 Lot 16. Block 288_ ____________________ Seminole Land
.. ?., 3At 100_________________________ ______ 11 27 80 fi Hnvder, A ;1" 1.01 2. Hln'k 26--un______________ Unknown __n___ .96l.nt & inv. Co. ___ .1.14
' .' d t. ,115------------------------------- 13 27 80 fi Small O 1V.- .r.H I 16. Block 28_________________';.____ Dnv'' n. A. ___ ..6 Lot 3, Block J.
1. '. .Jt Lot ._-___-_--_____- 13 27 80 6 Da> \ le*. )<-. -- .66 Lot. 2" Block 28___________.... ____ .. Fmllh. W. _, ___ ,96L,1 Lola 11 and 18. Block-283::::::::::::: 4)unton.: rN'::: d:

: rrm1..1.: ..... a .... -o.'. hu--- 23. lock 2A______________________ Itllfoll C __ .fl6 Lot 19. Block 21300__________________ Hoffman J. W. .8.
c, 'Q +.: ,.' .. .. AIL_._____ ______ __. __ __ 14 27 no Lot 12. Block 21______________________ Seminole J. and.n Lot 18, Block 286. ____ ________________ Semlnole' Lan d
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) I "'iJ tII I, 40, II, 107. ISO__ ____ __________ 14 27 80 26 Remlnoln k Inv. Co. I 26L & Inv, Co 1.14
( r _. .. A lnCo I I1. Rh4'r' ot 11. Hlock 2.______________________ Braumon C n L. ..6 Lots 6 and 6 Block 238 Davies. T. 6.60
\. ..' /(1. te 4 aJl4 1---------------------- 14 27 10SO 10 McniKhernfi .1.. 90 Lot 10:. IIlo..k 29_nh________________ unknown ____ ..96l.ol Lot 8, Block' 287____ ___::::::::::::::: Unknown :__: 128
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't 21_________________________.___ 14 27 all M.IO.kl..11. K 116j. ::
1 ,, 0AI : k 128 21. Block __________:::::::::::: Brook.: Wm. 1 48
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Y:I) ,.r Lot $5---------------------------------7 10 fi r H. .Ghl I I9. IlIol'k 30______________________ 1'nh..o...." _n___ .116 Lot 3. Block 241.00 __________________ K..I..r.. U Jo' 1.1.
l 'LOt 111____________________._____ ]14 27 30 6 Dnvld. C ---- I.u'' G. III"k 81.--_::. m1tu.. E. R .98 l.ot Block 241 Jones 74
l ,,. .. 1.... .... c. ".h-U"- Lute ,. h. 17 and 1,8. Bloc'k 32__________ Ricketts Y. nn 0.. 261Lul Lot p.H 242----: Ludlow' !o.B.-:: 1 74

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)' f J LOu I 16, 38-------------------------- ir. 27 1,,,.t 4. IIln..k 33 ___ _____________ Fletcher J. 1. .116 Inv. J ___ 38E
t,1 _____ ___________. ________. __ ir. 27 1(1( Wonolcy c .r.H n00
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148 23. 260 ____________ C.
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14 27 in 1 Cool.. AM ._ .6K Lot 1. lllo( k 38 :::::::::::::::: JOne.. W, A:::: 96l Lots 11 and U. 1II0<:k 162._____ _______ s"l I.and '
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All .pl HI..ILit. & Inv. Co. ___ 16.n Lot 20, Block U4___________________ Iteeves. E. _____ .fl6
; r \ All ... 8KV4i: of 1'111 C:% 10 1ft 21 ::1(1t. All I'"r".11 except Loh 1 to 8 Inc., Lot 1. Block 266______________________ Knr.man :1. B. .84
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4 s..e. __________________ _____________ IR 27 3(1 r. Dun"An..T H. __ ..CRt pluck 40--------- f1.lnole I. and Lot 16. Block 266_____________________ Unknown unoo .84
,J"1 1' .11 ____________ 627 HO fi Cowan 11. C. __ .RR &Inv.'o -- 1031 Lot R. Block 267- Robinaon C. E._ .R4
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;' { 4 f y t9._____________________ ____ ______ 16 27 HO 6 Unknown __00 __ ..RMt Lots' I. 2, 3. 4, Block 41 _______________ ,Rcmfnole I.a n d 'I Lot 15, Block __ __ _________ ____ Unknown _nh_ .84
'4 _________________________ _____ III 27 30 fi Akin. I--------- ..RRLot. 8. Inv ('0. _ 487 Lot I', Block 268.00 _____ ______________ S..mlnole Lan d
13 and Block 42._____________
_____ 3n fi Unknown _ __ .RM Lots 14. nurrow.. O W 26'1 Inv. Co. 114
1t_________________________ 16 27 u 00
,+ : 4 $' Lot 106____________ _____ _____________ 16 27 30 6 ]tandcn. A n. __ .61 Lola: :' and 8' Block nE.I.T", 862 Lot II, Block 266-- Sherman B. ___ .R4
} /eml.de I.a.d J... ('O.'. ,Hnb-Itlv- Lot 2 Itlork 48- KFlck. : 918 Lot 3. Block 2fill.n___________________ Loran. F. S. __ .84

77 i w I ..... ef KV ___ __________________ ___ JT 2'7 110 Lot 2. IlIol'k 61- Semlnole I. and Lot 8, Block 26.u____________2-u---- Houhworth B.
Lots 110', 111, 114 116______ ____ ______ 17 27 30 20 R..mlnop] Lan A 62& Inv. Co h 201ot B. ___________ 1.1.
c & Inv Co. _ I Rr.l L:: 3 nod t block 2 61Lola Lots I. 10, 11. U. Block .6.____________ I Soulhworth 13. 4B.
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u, t 11-___ ______ ____________________ 17 2T HO 6 Mack, 11 M -- RAS 1 and Bluck nn_____ 12.I.ot. .
t 14-__ ._ _____ ___ __ _ ___ __ __-- 17 21 HO fi H..r. I" __ __ .RM 1\ un. 281 6 and 8. BI.ck 260________,_______ Adam... :I. J1{. __ 1 18
l t. $7 and 111 _________ ______ _______ 17 27 so In Dine. J H. .911 lot R, Block 63. _ ____________________ Unknown nh_ 148 I.ut 22. Block 260__________________'-__ Mack, H. M. u_ .4
l 1 t100------------------------------- 27 30 6 Unknown ____00 .R3 lot 11 bud, 12. IIlock 640 ______________ naMa. Edgar C 261 lent 13. Block 161 __ __. _________________ liemlnole I.and
; f' I Pt L.d J... ('0.'. g.bDlw1.1..1 1.ol, 17. Block ____ _________ __ ___ Prnn..r C __ __ 1 48 & Inv. Co. ___ 114
hgeml..l. All 1"........ sort NW% oft 1.01.. 7 And 8, Blo..k fifi Tax 1113))____ Eder, C F. 00 __ 174 Lot U. Block 262.n___________ ______ N..b..rry. P. M. .S4
? + Ali $RM ..* "10% .f 61081--------' __ II 24 IIJ ........ 1 And 8. Block 66_______ ___u___ Ed..r. C F. u __ 114 lot IS, Block IUuu_________________ Unknown _u___ .&4 t
Lots .0. and 48_________ _____ _______ 6 26 31 2Srm1nole. Land Lot 24, Block 67n _____________________ Semlnole: T. and Lot 18. Block 281 __ ____________________ Perkins, H. C. __ .84 3
# k ]Inv. Co. ___ 112 & In.... Co. __ 12. Lot 18, Block 268.____________________ Sw..rh. C. _____ .84 I II.ot
'. t 141______ ______________'___________ 6 26 31 l unknown _____ ,79l loot 17, Block r.8______________________ Unknown __ 116I. 19. Block 268--- Manners. B. F. ..64Lot. ;'
l tf ' t 11"n_________ 6 26 31 I Unknown 00 __ __ .V9 .... 11 Hlock 68- Th.bold F.--_ __ 'G 2 and 4. Block 2640 ______________ MoOeachln :1. __ 1.11 '
1431_ _________ ___________________ fI 2f1 31 I Oore W. R __00 .7' Lot 9. Block 69__ __ ____________ ________ ROIf..r.. FJ H. .96 Lot 21). Block 164______________________ Gleason T. H. __ .84 ,1>,
l l ot 4f7-----00 fI 26 II I Wilder It __ _ ..7't Lot 10. Block 69______________________ Mtllard R H. __ .fl6 Lot 7, Block 266_____ __________________ Unknown __n__ .84 ,
I( I ____ ______ __ _____________-___ d 26 31 1 Younablood M. ..79I Lot 3. Block 60________________________ McDermott M. Lot 8!!. Block 216______________________ Unknown __00 __ .84 .;,
r I { (). ..... T...... Del.g ._\mor.mmt M. ____unn_ 126 Lot i.: Block 266____________________ Unknown 0000 __ .114 'f
,J ... ..... C.'. 6.b-Dlwt.l... .f Inc% Lot 4. Block 60--- Rtelnfort. C __ .116 Lots I, 9. 10. 11. 12. Block 166______-- Sp rfgg.. A. E. __ t 38 <
ew( .f .ID"' ______ _____________hU__ e Ie 31LOI. Lot. 7. 1I10'k 60_ _______________________ 1'Inn.y :1. C. __ .6 Lot 1, Block 261 nnn____________ Unknown ______ .S4 ,
1 to V/: Inc.. Block A_____________ S..mlnolf! land Lot 10, Block 61______________________ 'V".baulfh. W. lots 15 aad 1.. Block 1.,____________ Rob..baeker. 1. 1.1
n h ,, & Inv. Co. u_ 221D' M. _ __nuu_ 116 Lot 7, Block 268_______________________ u.0.\ ____ ...
a Lot. l to 14 Inc.. Block B______________ f1pmlnole Lan Ai Lot 14. Block 112______________________ BrinRman 8. I.. 128le,1 Lot 10, Elo'k 188___________________.._ Chevaler A. __ .S4 ..
i ', 4t% k ]nv. Co __ 234 15. Block 63___ _____________ ______ Unknown ___ on lIS Lot 3, Block 171.n_________ R.y. Mr.. A. N. .84 ,
( ,Lot. 1 to 14 Inc. lei lot 4 Block C____ Semlnole Lan d Lot 2. Block 64___________________ ____ Rlathley W I.R Lot J'. Block 279_____________________ Packard :1. B. 11 ;;'.
s p k Inv. ('0. __ 222 Lot ]16, Block 6Ln___________________ Rrhee, W. C. :_ 148 Lot Block 280 8. 1 48 .
:"Lots 1 to 14 In('., Block D--- Semlnole I. a n d Lots' 7 and R. Hlock __ ____ ______ ("ouch. R. C. __ 301 lot 19,' Block 280_::::::::::::::::::::: Zals"'J.'T. _:::: 1 48 (

1ltt 7, ,1'' ]Inv. CO. _- 211X Lot 11. Hlock 66. _______________________ F.llo.. R _ __ 114 Lot 7, Block 281 ______________________ Unknown __n__ 12.
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.' f ....... 1 to 14 Inc. Block E----- S..mlnole Lan d lot II, Block 78______________________ Bemlnolc" T. and Lots I and 10. Block 281._____________ Jerome E. ___00 I"
M & Inv, Lot. 1 to 14 Inc. Block F___________.__ Semlnole I Lot 22. Block 1a______________________ Cox, Jo- R. n_ h_ I 99 Lot 9,, Block 282._____________________ Smllh O. E ____ I 23
i &Inv.CO. __ 346 lot 6. Hlo..k 74__ ______________________ Embr4ch, :1 B. 1.9 lot 7, Block 2840 __ ___________ __ ______ Miller, A. C. __ 1.1'
1 "{. LOta 1 to 14 Inc., Block 0--____ Bemilnv I. a nd Lot 6. Block 76----------------------- l1tts. A. uu_ 8 02Lot. lot 10, Block 281_____________________. M c L. ughlln E.
7 "' Co. 118oTh .. J3 and 14. Block SO______________ TIlton, II R. __ 1 71Lot. I. 161 '
a ( /. .0" 1 to 14 Inn., Block H___ _______ Seminole i. a n d J6 and 16. Block SO______________ Ro.... .I R _h_ 174 Lot 6. Block Ut______________________ Unknown nun 00___-_ .84
f. &; .Tav. Co. __ 3 46 Lola 7. 11. 12. Block 81--------------- Bemlnole Lan d l..ot 18, Block 286______________________ Davis. C S. ___. ..14lot.
) Lo. 1 to 34. Inc., Block I________._.___ Beml1>ole J. and & In.... Co. _h 2211I.otll 1 and 2. Block 181_______________ Hahle. 11. _____ 1.23
'" & Inv. Co. ___ 1.41 I and I. Block 81__..____________ Rlorbacker J. D. 1 48Lot. Lot 1,. Block 18'-_____________________ Kaiser W. H. __ ..84Lot.
r Lot. 1 to 84. Inc.. Block J_.___________ Semlnole Lan d Ii and 6, Block ..________________ Unkno..n 1411 19 and 20. Block .. ( W. 1
.; & Inv. Co ___ a.46 I.ot II, Block 81---------------------- Ooldwarthy nu:1. .6 Lot 1, Block 290_________::::::::::::: Unknown _'___:: .::

.' !' LOta 1 to 14. Inc., Block K_.___________ B..mlnole L.. n d Lot 21 Block 83_______________________ Ob.rt, I. __00 n .6 Lot 6. Block 291 ._____________________ WIlII..m.. W. T. .B4
,, ". :... . & Inv Co. ___ 1.46 Lot 13. Block S.______________________ (Crlm J. .6 Lot U. Block 291---------------------- Heminole Lan d
L.a 1 to 14 Ino., Block L____________ Seminole L. n d lot 20, Block 811______________________ Unknown nn______ .16 & In. Co. ___ 1.14 ....,
I .. Inv. Co.00 3.46 Lot 22, Block 86______________________ ('orbit II. A. ___ ..96Lat. Lot II, Block 292--- Brown B. B. ___ .84 ,
D '\ b+LOt 1 t. S4 Ino. Blook M...__.________ Seminole Lan d 6 and 1. Block 11________________ Martin.' J. n. __ 1..11 Lots and 7, Block 293 Mauk F. M. 123of
8 ,' ?" & Inv. Co. 00_ 346 Tot 8 Hlock81__nn_____________ Ma.tenon. :1. W. J... Block 218____ ::::::::::::::::' Unknown; :_:::: .84
? 1' Lota 1 to 14 Ino, Block N_..__.._______ Bemlnole Laid lot ,. Block 87 Monroe .::6 Lot 10. Block 2.1_____________________ Unknown ______ .8.
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./' a In. Co.Lan d 3.48Loa,1 Lot t Block 88_::::::::::::::::::::::: Seminole L.I:a n-c d Lot 1. Block 213______________________ Seymour I. R. .84
OU ____________ Bemlnole
1 i to >1.4[ Ino., Block In. Co. I"J. & In. Co. ___ 1.11 Lot I'. Block 38--------------------- Carroll. C. __ ...
', lr.I I! : ,' & I. --d- Lot 21. Block 88---------------------- Morgan M. _____ .1 Lot 20. Block .U_____________________ Carron. E. K. .84
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'1. \' _____________ 1... Lot.'i 1 and Block( 216---------------- S. 1.28Lot.
Tak/.dtsel. ...... .It .. C." .....m.- .4r Lot 9, Block .0.______________.________ Duncan, 3. H. ./1 C and I1 Block .::::::::::::::: i..t..wC:: :'It _::: 1.23

,...".... ,, "'- ., .....L 1934..a' eRl4' .e 0wy4' Lot 11. Block ..______________________ Seminole Lan d Lot e, Block 16_nnn_______________ Koba I. _______ .84
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nr ...... ir.//.l A...__61.. ..- fa M .a inv Co. ___ I..' Lot 1.. Block 1.._____________________ Unknown ______ .84 f.
y. w,, t /,11. /1. 4L UI 101 n.111. Lot 10 Block /\3___ Croy, A. 1.10 Lot 1, Block u._______________________ Cummln :1. P. 14Lot. :"
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1 # 1 ill I 181.. and I8, Bemlnole a n d 3. 4 6 Block 111----------------- Smith' J W. 1."
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'. 4.: Lot II, Block 101---------------------- S.mlnole L. n d M. _____________ 1..'
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n. "111. 1.?. '1/. 10. & In. Co. n_ 1.1' Lot 11. lock 300--------------------- Unknown ______ ...
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,1.'!'I'1 T; .t.... 11.. I' '. .t.. It., 4*. no.I Lot I, Block 101----------------------- Pifer 3. N. ____ 1.11 Lot 1.. block 300--------------------- Rh.rwood M. __ ...
Lot II, Block 101----------------------
0leaaon. A. 3. 1.11 Lot Block 301--------------------- aemlnole Lan
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01 I"." 14. 111. '17.'U. Wlll..rd. 3. W. 1.1. Lot 11 Block IU (For UII Tax)_____ Darting. I. __ 1.10
(" '". '., SSI, 117. Lot I. Block hSo____________________ 4 Semlnol. Lan d Lot 1T. Block 301----_____________ Da..Un. B. L. -- ...
..i ... 111 III. & In. Ca ___ 1.71 Lot 10. Block .OC__..._________.______ 3aok.on, W. A. 1.11 J',
f : ;/1... 111"31' $, Lot II, Block 110--___________________ Unknown -:o.t'1...' 1'L Bloc1 $04------___....________.. Unknown ----- ...
1.1.. .... $... 111.. 111. Lot 17 ., Block Il------_______________ I Cow.n, H. v. __ 1.48 ...... 1$ and 1.. Block 106----________. S.mlnole Lan 4 0
.. i 406,101. 10.,4i1., 41. ; Lot 1 0 lock 111___._____.__________-__ Pank. T.. R. -_ ... .. .. In... Co. _,._ I.T'
I .1 I4. "i a., .... 41T.. 411.L Lots 1 to 1. Ino.. Block UI___________ Welts.l,. H. C. '.14 : Lot ft Block .Of-q.--------------. ", Boat W, I. ./6
11. :,41" .... .. . .. 417..411. ._ '" Lot 10, Block 11._____________________ Hewitt, Co __ ... Lot I. Block ________________ Mulklns. O. A.. ...
l .M;. 1101r0 4T ;. .11.. 010. 110 Lot I. Block 110---------------------- Knl.ht. 3. B. __ ./6 Lot. I'. I'. 14. Block 10'______________ '__ a Leary, O. I. ___ 1.1
f,1- ? 118, 111. t0" .0" 101_________ II II 10 20IL' n". W. H.I Lots b" and 1. Block liT_______________ : :. B. F. __ I.U Lot U. Block 301--------------------- I Semlnole Lan d
L 13 81 Lot. l' and H. Block 111_____________ Semi no L.. n 4 I .. In" Co ___ 1.11

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.. t :. niO. 11 Block J. C. 3.02 Lot I.. Block .11___._________________ Dunb.r. J. __u_ .14
< ) .f Ir. .. : 6ak :.:t.t .__ 14 gal 00 :: Block 111--------------- Unknown ____::: 2 61 Lot 14. Block 111______________________ Swe.ney. F. I. .14 I I;

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t ...B. ek ..... Ca ..-...IM.- Lot. I. 1. I. t. Block .___ _________ 8t. Cloud Utlll- Lot H. Block 111______________________ 8weeney M. D. .84 fj
r t' ft All rriMtl. exeeptprtetn L.k. tie. Co. _n__ 11.84 Lot I'. Block 11._____________________ . Erdman :1. K. __ .14
'I'' I +S t AdlL---------___ __ M 2g lie JIJ 100 ft. of Lot. I. 3, C. Block 113____ Unknown ______ 1.0' Lot 6. Block 313______________________ Heminole Land ,
', 11 Log___--._--__-_-___-_-_-_-_- II II .0 15 Seminole Lan d Lot. I, Block 141____._________________ Reeder F. n___ .11' .t Inv. Co 00 1.14
(h i t. 4 ". & Inv. Co. ___ 1.01 Lot 8. Block 14.______________________ Ooodrlch I. ___ ... Lot. I and 10. Block _____ _______ Brown. W. T. 00 1.11
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., .......L lID''" .....pt ...... Lot 14, Block 118---------------------- Seminole Lan d Lot. 11 and 14i Block 114______________ Ur..JI. :1. O. ___ 1.13 'j
& Inv. Co. ___ 114 Lots Block E. 1.23
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f & Co Lot. 1, Block 164____________ ___________ Ball.rd. H. _..__ 1.1. & Inv. Co. ___ 1.14 t
Jl'11:._..____________________..__._ 710 1 .I I.n't It.: ::: ln: I..ot 10. Block 16L_____________________ Hill. W. E. ___ 401 Lot 5. Block 1111______________________ .. (organ. :1. E. __ .84 fi
;. 88'. "881-- 1 21 10 1 Unkno..n .1'.t Lot. 20, Block 166------- Bruce C. ______ 1.11 Lot 8. Block 111_______ .. \ 'M..ra. X. M. .84 t..
7' t ---i--i------------------------ 1 .1 I' D.vl.. H. W.118 Lots I. I. 3. 4. Block 161-------------- Selr Land Lot II, Block II --------------------- Robebacker 1._ .84 1

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- 1 26 10 1 Unknown ___ __ ,71i. Lot. 11. Block 160--------------------- Lan d Lot I. Block liT (For nil T..x)_______ Burt. M. M. ___ 1.10 -
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/_.w.------------------------ 1 fl 10 1 "' ", .rY. A. J ______ 91 Lot 12. Block 160___________.__________ Mllar. W. M __ 18 75Tllton. Lot 9, Block IZO______________________ Bemlnole La n d ,;
,, __------------------------ 1 SI SOK 1 .Unknown __ .1' Lot 12. Block 160______________________ I. B ____ 4 06Bt .. Inv. Co ___ 1.14 ".
1____________________________ 1 10 1 .Huntley. Chaa. .1' Lot 1. 2, S. 4. Block 161.____________ Cloud HotelIU.6'Let Lot 18. Block SSl_n__________________ Evan.. M. E. __ .84 ':
L.Inv.. 0.... ..b-D/v. 11, Block 161____________________ Pachlo. M. _____ 4.06Padarett Lot 10. Block SIS______________________ Olbbons. 3. D. .B4 ,
4 Lot 11. Block 182 J. J 11.11Bemlnole .t* 8 and S. Block 111 Balton B. L 6.60
..J'iU :'-100--=_:::::::: f f6't0 7 Seminole Land Lot 6.; 6. 11, Block----114--::::=::::::::: Land' Lot S. Block 117________:::::::::::::::: Manter. :. F. A. -: :.84

. ('- A Inv. Co __. .... A Inv. Co. ___ 10.01 Lot. 4 and S, Block 117______________ ,Finley H. M. n 1.13
_-...._-------------------- f si to Unknown" ...... .1' 1 Lot" 17 and 11. Block 144...____________ t Crane C. C. ___ 7.15" Lot IS. Block SS7_____.____n_________ Rnyder A. ____ .84
}, r t t rzoJ".1 10 IVi Unknown ______ ,7fr Lot 14, Block 14_____________________ Semlnole Land Lot 15. Block SS7_____________________ Unknown _____ .84
+ -.>... I. __ 2 II 10 4 l.n A Inv. Co. ___ 11.tl Lot 8. Block SSS_______________________ Ry an. :1. J. n__ ..4 t
{ ..,,,,.--. --------------- 1 U'O 1 U Porter-- ..1'1t'0 Lot 4, 6, .. 1, Block 111______________ Seminole Land Lot S, Block SIS______________________ Woodrouth. F. .
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_---------..----------- 1 si .... 1V .Unknown ______ .1' Lot 21 and II, Block 111 2 Marler, J. -__ II* Lot 14, Block SSS:::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown :::::: :.84 :'
?:lt, 7 _.__________-u----------- t SI 10 1 Unknown ______ .70 Lot 1 and 1. Block 171 ::::::::::::. Cellender, B -p.: 148Beachall. Lot 1. Block S3*_______________________ Unknown ______ .14
i / i' ) _.______________________ 3 1..0 1 Unknown ______ ..711 Lot 4. Block 171___________________._ H. ___ 98 Lota 7 and 8. Block 811---- Meatyard A. E
1 II 10I IV Unknown -_ d: Lot 11. Block 171_____________________ Stone R. F. ____ .94Ollmore. Lota 14 and It, Block S4S.::::::::::::: Blood. J. .P: ___: u:
r 4 & i-ih=-=::::=::::::::::.: I 10 IV Flint. C FBemlnole : ::: Lot 14. Block 171_____________________ J. F. __ .9( Lot 10 Block S44______________________ B..mlnole L. n d ', '
i ._..... ................- 1 11.0 1 Maln F. F. ____ .Tt Lot 16. Block 171_______________...... Curtla. A. H. __ .91 .n & Inv. Co.
,f N. t 11.0 1 Unknown ------ ..7'I" Lot 11. Block 174_____________________ Buck T. L. ___ ..94Unknown l..ot.1II and/ 16 Block S4E______________ Unknown ___::: U: t ,:
,1, } ,- a, ---i-----i------------------ t II 10 i St.\nw..nd..l. C. Lot .. Block 176______________________ --..--- ... Lot /6. Blonk 141______________________ a Unknown. _nn_ .84 fi
t' T I '! "" ,t A, _____._u__ 1.10 Lot 1l. Block 171_____________________ Seminole Land : Lot 4. Block 847______________________ Worthley. D. __ .84
,. :, toad .. I.". O." ab-Div.. A Inv. Co. ___ 1.11 ; Lot 1*. Block 847_______________.______ Rlahman. :1. ____ .4 .
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v I gad IID e4 WW'K W'% Lot Block 181-- Lake fw mt A > '
,j, ,1J( J.; .a..p1 PIT at .f W.r_.__.__ 4 .. MC Lot 13G. Block: 181__;:::::::::::::::::= J: L. 141 I Lota 1 and 4. Block S7S________________ .. Seminole L. n d .'f

I Ufo, I'" 111. .14_____________ 4 II ao 0 Land Lot 11. Block 111______________________ Hoffman ,J. H. 1... & Inv. Co. ___ C."
: 6 ., A Inv. Co. ___ I." Lot I.. Block 181___.____.____________ Holcomb M. F. 1.41Utta. Lot 1. Block S7S______________________ Unknown ______ 116
i 1 ,.;._, -.... ..----u--------- 1 1..0 1' Unknown ____._ .68 Lot 11. Block 188______________________ A. _______ 111 Lots 4 to 10 Inc.. Block S7S.___________ V..t. .I. I. ----- 141
,, .' _---.------------ 1 I* 10 I Unknown ____. ./3 Lot 11. 14. n, II. Block lit._________ Semi nole Land Lot. 1 to 6 Inc. Block 17--___________ Ve.t. :1. I. _____ 1.41 .1
' y .4 ..---------..-------- / II" 1 L y n n..t..eW. H, A Inv. C.. __ }S.II Lot 1. Block S7S_______________________ Sanborn F. F. In ,
: ;. ,2 u ._ : .n Lot S, Block 111______________________ Hoffman J W. 1.01Zobriake. Lot 4. Block 875______________________ Unknown I.Z' _
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1. 4 11.0 I Moller, Oeo. ___ I.U Lot 1*. Block 111---_---:::::::::::::: Bt. Cloud Utlll- .. In. Co. _l 1.11 ,
{ 8, 1U.,18 353-00 .------- C si tot 7 p"dlrett:1.:1. 1,11 ties Co. ______ II IIBt. Lot .. Block 47_____________________._ Thi.ry E. _____ 1.01
1 ( rI. S ______________ 4 to 1 Unknown ___ Lot. 1j and 11. Block lit.Lotr .____________ Cloud UtlllUoa Lot I. Block 408___________________T.- Seminole L. n d ,
1 rfi -- 4 11.0 1 Unknown ___--- ..68C Co. ______ II IIThompaon & Inv. Co. UI
1 b 4iM -- __.--- II.. Davla. F. R. ___ ..0 I and 8, Block 190 A. C. 4.67Semlnole Lots 6. 7. ., Block 410..__:____________ se I L a n-d ;
+ '. *.b.Dlvl.l. mt Lot n__-- U.. .. Lot 1 and 1. Block 191 ::::::::::::::: Laud & In. Co. _:_ '.16 -
r l 4. Bloek !>__.........___._ Orlffln. I. N. _u 1.U A Inv. Co. ___ 4.IIUnknown Lots 5 and 1. Block 414.______________ Outta... O. c. __ 21.11
'Slock D Doop, C. W. ... 1." Lot I. Block IIS_______________________ __._.. 1.99 Lot 6, Block 480______________________ Bemlnole, Lan d
/.1-Dta.l..7 Let Lot. 9 and 10. Block 19S_______________ Tlitonin.L B. ___ 164 .. In. Co. ___ 1.1.
1 R U f6 at Lot II. T. 1.74Kent. B..I....... Let.. e
I lockH --- Gary L M. ____ 1.0' Lot IS 3kUj-- k.-111--:::::::::::: A. _:_:::: 7.14Morrlaon. Lot .1______________________________._ B.mlnole Lan d .

4'P'4 vteto mt Let 44----_- n f4 OS Lot 14, Block 196_____________________ M. H.1.74 & In" Co. ___ lI.n
'.5 1'' : 1* and IL............. X..I..,.. C A. __ .0' Lot 9 and 10. Block 17______________ Rawaen. T. C. 1.99 Lot 4T________.______________________ Unknown ______ II 08
l I 4 R' ,1 --.---_-._- ...-__..._. Unknown ...... 1.4.Pv Lot 14. Block 17_____________________ Bparka, D. J. __ 4 11 Lots 51 and K*_______________________ Bo7ce W. H. __ .71
> Donis Lot 17. Black 17_____________________ Coddlnr. IL W._ 1.tlConner. Lot 66..____________________.--------- Zobri.kle F. 1._ 1.0'
(' and-o1.-_-_- ,_- Mann ? H.Mann. : :: :::11 Lot 10. Block 17______?__._________.. .. W. ___ 1.SS Lot 7*________________________________ Seminole Lan 4
r: 'tf} 7 I W. H. .. '. / Lot S, Block ._-....__ .- '" Cheney, :M.IA.o'U & In. Ca ___ I."
id.'' h r ./ode l.aLN.. Lot 4 Block 11_________::::__::_::= : Lot IK 117. 111. Ill________________ Lynn. W. H.ro.tee ]
: ) -----__.----- IS S* 8O Lot d:; and '.Block III________________ Buckley, J. Bat 1.11 ______ 11.10
+ eVr -- -- Keeran P AWatTiera. .f6 Lot I Block 1 *------ -1 Harper, IS. L. __ ./ Lou 140. 141. 141. 141________________ Lynn, W. H. ,
r v3'c t .... _....- L. M.:. :.16 Lots 7 and I, Block 111::::::=:r----: :::: r Unknown ..._.. 1.11 Trustee ______ 10.10 .;)
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; -- J. _____ T..O Lot L Block SOI:=:.:::::== ::::=: B.: F..34: Tru.tee __' ___ 11.1'
iy, o of TCot'si ran Lot. il and IS, Block SOI_____________ Unknown ...... 1.11Lot Lot 148. 141. 150. 151______________ L" n n. W. -' H.
' at ft W 81 ft, M 110 ft..- Lewis. W. IT. I.!. 11. Block 10._____________________ Sharp. J. N$4 Trustee _____ 1'.10
f NW oor of tot II roc Lot. SI. Block SOS-_______________ Unknown Lot 111. 1f i. 114. 151_____ L 7 n n. W. H.
1'a4' r t (t W llO Ct M 110 ft Blount. JL. M. __ 2.7'/ Lot SO. Block SOS..-.--____________ -. Seralnole) Land TMI.t_ ______ 1'.1t
4 N I ::. Inr. Co. __. 1.14 Lota 1N,-167. III, U.__..._____ LYb. W. H.
Meeker.,_a B.Steen. ... Lot Block S04 : Unknown _.___ .14 ., ro.toe. _____ 11.10
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.-. .- I --H_ s Seminole Land I Lots 1. 14, 16, Block SOI.Lota __--- Fryant. C. I* __ 1." Tro.t.e 11.)0 J
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Lot 1 Block 11 UBknown ::: Lot Block _____ 8WU" of Lot 1 'Bloek __ __ '
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Lot Block -?------------------- Dart J. JL_--- .17 Lot I' Block .11__________________ Unknown _____ IBM of Lot 1. Block II--r-----u f: 4Hag a
Lot 4. Block 11---------_------------- Unknown ___u_ .17 Lot 14. Blockt__________________ HilL 1. __ :/7 41SV ft. W and I4.H ft N' of BH :. . .
Lot I. Block ----------------------_ W..blnla'ton. W.. .17 Lot '7. Bloek /I--------------________\, 3aeob. .Z.__ \ 01 8B14 run W 41SH ft .. .c
Lot 11 Hloak I1-------------------- Anderson. 1. : .17 Lot 4 Block ..____________________ Petemn. 1. ___ ::67 N'loVu ft"B! 418H"ft B SOIUi fC... UII SI SI CTOara Tim' ;hN
Lot 11: Block 11-------------------- ------ .17 Tat '. Block IS--___.___________ B.IL A. ______ .If B..I. f4 N and-654S4 ft Wel BB .
Lot I'BI" Lot I' : !----------------------- Unknown ------.H Lot d. Block 70_______________________ M.th.r J. D. ___ .17 66 ft 8 170 ft W ll ft.-------- II II. Hod....'. Mia -ti >MS) 114
Lot BIk' 1I Unknown .17 Lot 3. Block W W 100 .
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Lot I' Block 11__-------------------u- Wllllam0. T. u_ .17 Lot 1. El.ck 7h::::::::::::::::::::::: Burnsr 1l.. :_:: :U 76 ft. B 100 ft N Tl ft_________.___ $I..I.. R".Do __' ..... ,

Lot II Block lt---------------------- t L.Veil H. ----- .17 Lot a. Block fl______________________ H.nnetl F. ____ .17 W. A. Patrteka AeMMloe, ., t'.
Lot 11' Block 11---------------------- .. 1. __n .17 Lot 5. :Block fl_______________________ Powell 3. D. ___ .17 Bog BB cor Block D ran N-444-tt. W w\: \. ,;
tat 11' Block f3-----_________________ H..nd.r.o. !,: M. ..17I Lot J., Block 71_____________________ Alnn 3. ______ ,17 116 ft 8 IIS ft B 111 ft___________ O.Ig.r II.... x,. .
; u' 13---------------------- Brln.on. JIll. ---- Lot 11. Block 7l---------------------- Hayn._. A A. ___ .. ......,r
Lot 1. tllock 14------------------------- Hlne.. t.. ------ .i7 Lot S Block -:::::::::::::::::::::: Solomon.: 0. :::: :n NH Lot 1; Block O------------------i Th o--an. .Ili --Vft l Iii "oJ

Lot "Bfck' 14---------------------------------- Smith It o. ---- .17 Lot f. Block f._______________________ Cooper J. W. __ .11 H. NW cor "''t 1.Ji' .,
I Lot .' F"urman. 8. .17 Lot Block 74------------------------ Floyd. C. N. 101 ft E SIM ft. S SO ft TTII ft y ,It
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Lot 5. Block'i. 14------------------------. end.ro. M. .17 Lot \r. Block 74::::::::::::::::::::::: '- Unknown T.:_--_: :U -: : '
Lot 7 Watbur. F. B. ..17I Lot 1 Block Unknown tl
Lot i, Block Ii---------------------- WIII.on. E. --..';:" .n Lot'?: Block n:::::::::::::::::::::::: Evan.. S. :::::: :U 147.46 ft E 41 ft 8 14T.4S ft Block O 3arr.1I. II... Z.: .1. .

Lot 16 and u Block l5. _______:_: Hlne.. E. ------ ... Lot .. Bock 71________________________ Le.ane. Eo R. __ .1' T. -.- 1''
Lot t' Bk 11_______________________ Unknown ------ .17 Lot II! Block 75_______________________ Blchard.on. 1. .17 Fraotl. Lot S lea* bog. NW eor run 8 -- .
I Lot 4, Block 11________________________ Unknown ------ .17 Lot id Block 71______________________ Unknown ______ ..117'I. B 140 tN 40 !t111 ft $I 11'
Lot 5 Block 1----------------------- Covington. E. W. .17 Lot 7 Block 74_______ Ha Block P ___________._______________. N el. o. R..Itr. ' +'
Lot II'BI 16------------------------ Unknown ------ .17 Lot Block 7/-::::::::::::::::: An Xn.A.r-; B.: :n Ca __ 1 Lil'
Lot 11 Block;tn____________________ Unknown ------ .57 Lot 7 Block 7----------------------- .. Fractl. Lot 4 N of A C L Ry 1... a II -, '
Lot 11 ndlcl. Block ___ _______ M"Leer. E. n___ ..811I Lot 11. Block 7/:::::::::::::::::::::: Wat.on.nC--U: : ft Block P____________.____________ No I. a R..t.J\- .
I Lot 4 B '-______________________ Unknown ______ ..57Fract. Lot Block an W. Co. f.....I
i. Lot I. Block 11________________ Unknown nn__ .7 Lot \'l. 75--------------------------- D.r.ym. D. :_:: :U Jot S, Block V___.____-._______. K.rtt. I"r-o--. r. "T&
clt.. Lot 11. Block /_______ ______ Unknown __n__ .IIT Lot 11. Block 7.______________________ Canty. W. ______ .17 ECU. of Lot S and W 14 ft of Lot 1. .. ,
Lot Block 11_______________________ Unknown ------ .57 Lot 15. Block 7/______________________ Unknown ______ .17 W ____ __ ; __ ....".I.r. L. I....
Lot l I' Block 11-______________________ Unknown nn__ ,17 Lot 1. Block 10________________________ Unknown ______ .17 Wtt. Lot 1.-Block W-_:...___::::::__: AU.... 0. H.-- 14N '
Lot Block 1/_____.__________________ Unknown nn_ .17 Lot I. Block 110________________________ Unknown ______ .11 Lot 1. Block BB______________________ WIIn, C. iC 31.131\
Lot I. Block 1._____._________________ Oarb,.. D. ------ ..67Lot Lot 3. Block 1I0n_____________________ Manln&, O. A.. .17 oLt f. Block BB_______________________ Ballard, Am.ll& ..'T R''
I' Block 1f_______________________ JOhn.oni' :1. 8. -- .17 Lot 4. Block 10_______________________ Orm... J. W. .11 W 60 ft of Lot .. Block DD__________ Olibert..JIj. S. ...
Lot 11. Block II_______________________ __n__ .57 Lot I. Block 10_______________________ P.ter.on C. W._ .1' Lot I. Block 1__________________....__ Wataoe.. J W 413
Lot U. Block 1._______________________ Jacob. M. _____ .17 Lot 5. Block 110________________________ .., Unknown ______ .17 All Block. 10. 16 and 14. B of A. C. : .. t' 3All
Lot I.', Blo..k. 1._______________________ Lan..l..y. :1. ____ .17 Lot 14. Block 110______________________ Unknown ______ .17 ___ _______________.--_-_ .__ McLanrln, R. L. 11.11.
Lot Block 20_______________________ Unknown ______ .57 Lot 1. Block A________________________ r. Unknown ______ .17 Block 16___________._______._:___ Mra.m.
Lot 4. Block 10________________________ RI'hard.on. E. .57 Lot 11. Block au_____________________ Batley.. A. _____ .17 Campbell.,. _. . .
Lot I. Block .0________________________ Williams B. u_ .17 Lola 14 and 15. Block' 0_______________ Smith 8. O. ___ .8* Big 100 ft. W of NB oor of Block 14
7. Block 10_______________________ S..nd..n.. B. ____ .57 Lot. .1 and 1/. Block 0_______________ Unknown ______ .n run W 10 ft 8 140 ft B0 f(. N ,
Lot 5. Block 20- Unknown ______ ..57Lot Lot 2a. Block 0______________...________ Hender.on. A.. .17 140 ft ______________________________ RoI,.. W. N. 11.11
11. Block t0______________________ Floyd C. T. W. .17 Lot 27. Block a_______________________ Hampton W. __ .17 W. C. Baaa AMItlo. 91 t k '
Lau 1. I. I. 11. 11. 14. U. Block 11 ____ 8mlth. O. .__ 1.14 All Fr.ct! Block 11___________________ -r Bailey.. 8. D. ___ ..nI Lot SLot _____.:__:________________________ ...otat. R. _.:..... i... .
tot 5. Block 21 _____________-__________ "- unknownS. ___on .17 All Fract Blo,,". I and --,... Unknown ______ ..0 4--_ ___________ --------- Colyer W.Johnaton. J. ..... '; !'
6 Block 21 ____ ___________________ Unknown __h__ ..67Fractl. I I------- ii.-L. Leley a A4elUm.
1. Lot 7. Block 21 ________________ Unknown ______ ..17Fra..tI. i l..ot-Ii"and I WC of Ry.Bio.1c.4-------- Tyler Wm. ____ 4.11 Lot 4_________________________________ Pat _. 1... {'I +, 3
Lot 8. Blo..k 21________________ Unknown 0000 .57 Block 12 W of Ry except. 100 ft oft Lot 11________________________________ W. B. ...S. C
Tot I'. Block 21______________________ St..v..n.. . :1. P. __ ..6Ti.ot S end. of Lot .u__'_._ _______________ Hughes Robt. 4." J. W. Lllly-a Addition. I ,r,
11. Bloc 21. ____ _______________ Unknown ______ ..57Fr.'tl. Bea 50 ft. N of 8E (cor Block 11 W 01 Lot. 4. 6. .. Block I.___________________ ON.atH. __ ..... ,: : t
Lot Black l.2 ___ _.____ _______ Unknown 00 __ ._ ..17Fra..tl. A. C. I.. Ry run N 10 ft W 100 ft.S A. B. O.mfnm'mDlvtaloai of NHf -
Lot 2. Blo..k 21________ ______ Unknown _ __ __ ..57Fr& I 50 ft FJ 100 ft.___________________ __ Waddl. W. D. 1.0' BKH .f NKV .. NW14------__ SJS a5 N .
<'tI. Lot 1. flock 22______________.__ Unknown __ u __ ..17Fra'tI. B..w ll.! 5.-nl..I.I.. .1 r.,,_ t. ._ Lot. 6 and 4, Block 1__.__..--_...._.._ HarirroYe.. W. & ,... \ ((0
Lot 4. Block .___ __ ______ Unknown __n._ ..17Fraetl. "'.,..P'. ...Itl.. a. H. B..tl.r'e A.dl Lot 5. Blo..k 22_____ ___ _______ Unknown ._____ ..17Fr.tl. Lot. I to 7 Inc, and 11. 1.. 14. 17. 111. All Block 84. Rob.rt Ba. addition and '
Lot I. Blo..k 22.h____ Unknown ___ __ .17 and U. Block A_____________________ .. WIll.on :1. M.__ 4.11 All Block S, a H. Butler-a addition '. 1! r;
Fractl. Lot 7. flock 22. ____ ____ _______ Unknown ___on .57 Lot. I. I. 10. Block An_______________ '_ Hod..... E. _n_ I.U except. 100 ft square In NE cor of <( 4
Fra..tJ. Lot I. flock 21 u.n Unknown ._____ ..57l..ot. Lot. 11 and 21. Block A_______________ B I c h a rd. 0 n.Zack said Block S._______________________ Fling Hornaby ".11
It and 18. Block 22_________ __ Smith S. O. __ __ .111 ___ __ 4.111 KlMlaaaaee Hea-bta. "
Lot 111. Block 22. ______________ _::::: F..rr..lI. L ___ __ .57 Lot 20. Block A----------------------- ... Johnson Pearl. 7.n Lot IIL_______ ________________1_____ McLean. 0. Q .. 'y r
Lot 14. Block .2..n___ ___ M."w..lI. M. J .57 Lola 12 to .0 Inc.. Block B____________ Wfllaon :1. M. '..14r. Lots 61 and 41-__.________.___...._._. Hanaell. B. J4. ,L.j'
Lot 1. Block n.n_-________:_:::_ Unknown n__ __ ..57.2i. H. r. Dro.gbt'a AddUI.. Lot 14_____,_------------------______ Gordon P. :J.. '
Lot Block 21----------------------- unknown .6T Lot 1. Block A.n.r a Bell A.. B. ___ i 01 Lot 84 __________________________ Hunter. f"t. F. .. '..Tt '
Lots 4. 6, 7, A. 10.1 :1C 1A, Bock L/: Smith, B. 0 :: =: 1'47 Lots 5. I. 7. 5. Block ___ ___________ Davld.on. A.n 1._ 318 Lot. 13i.'iii.. 184______________________ Lodbetter. P_ a1,4T; .
. Lot 1. Block 2.n.h____ Or..II. I __00. .57 Lots 1. 2. I. 4. Block F_______________ Davld.on A. 1. i.OI J.b..4. Park. ,
.. t .. Block IL___________ ___________ ITnkllown. _ .57 Lotll 2 and 'Rlo..k O____ ------_____ Re..d. :1. T.1\7 Lot 1. Block 8___-___________________ Norton, Mrs, F,, '
Lou t. 4. I. I. 7. 11 111. 15. Block 2L__ H..vn. ... A. .__ 126T.nt Lots 7 and I. Block On.n____________ Thoma.. Walt.r T.II H. ....., (Lo, '
Block 2/ Unknown .6T "....I....... AddltLot. .... '. Lot 4, Block 4_____________---------__ Jobn.oM &.1.j:1: : .
Lot :: Block 14:::::::::::::::::=::::: tinknawn ==:: :: .6T: 7. 5. 9. 10. Block Lh___________ BI"kerdlke. MI.. ,01. 8 and 10. Block IS_______________ Nelaon. A. 8. _, .j'" '
Lot 10. Block .L.n__ _______ Jo vBn.. _. -. -___ .67 Llssle _______ "..11Lotll Lota 46.. 4, 1. Block 11_._____________ Bake J. H. __ y II
Lot I'L Block a.n______________ J..k..on.. 'V A. ..66T 4 and 5. Block 1_________________ Mall.ry. : ____ 118Ji Lots 4 and T. .Block 16________________ .Ballard r..)(.... .\LII r '
.ot I. ..Io..k _________________. __ Har/r. p. F------- : Lot 2. Block 8-------------------- Johnson W. T. EMR14 A. H. ....-... Bab-Dlv-lalM WVfc of ,! '0't "" ,: ,f!'
..... Lot I. Block .1________ _____________ Unknown 7 lots I end 8 and All Lot 4.Block 1_ Be... H. T. ____ 18.17 SHV& .* KV4 sad 3 H of 811I% of 1: t i'V'1BhraptotvC. '
Lou / Block 25 Haynes 1 02 Lot 1. Block I Je..e __ 11.111 RKU of "KM._&._-___._____-_._-__ 141 f6 1B ., ....... dlta{'_:''''''' . tt
Lot 11.' 7Br A.' U _________:::::::::::: .. .S.A__:::: .57 Lot 20, Block ;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: M ceJ-: n t I o n, Lots S.; 4. 6. II, f. Block 4_____________ I ataln..0.'Q ,_;':t.1. 1 T,

Lot 1" Block 1100 ____________________ unknown __ .___ .57 Amanda _____ .... Iota 1. 2. S. T. Block 6_____-.______ Mnn0.. 1. 1' '
Lot 1. a _. __ .___ ____ ___ Unknown -----_ ..67Lot. Beg RW 'or of Block 7 run E 141 ft. Lot. 4 and 5, Block 6 ..-_-- orton t'' "
.. I. 4. I. 7. I. 10. 11. 11. 15. Block N 47 degree.. W 101 ft to an alley. T4pt. 4. B. 4, 7. 8. Block T-._--_- tar..K.-J\,l' 1. . .L ty'
II n n _u________________ Unknown n____ I.AI thence 8 41 d..r..11 W t7 % It. along LOt. 1 and 1. Block S-----.___________ Mct..a. 0..c.' -. 1 f ,
Lot 1 Block 27.___ _____ Bowen, N B maid allev tn beg: also N54 of Lot 8. Lot I Block 8 ------J -._-.-.. "('Ix. 'A., :---.f.
4 Lott ,. 4. f, 10. 12. -Block- ii::::::::::: .. A. _:: d Block 9. 8 F R R Co .urvey_________ Brfan. 3. H. ___ 111.111 Lots ;1 and 7. Block 8:_____.______-___ ,McLean. 4f: 1: I' .7.0\f::1::' j

Lot 8. Block 28____ --____--____________ Shaven. N. B. __ ..174J' All Block 11"u. ______r_______________ A. 8. __ 1..' Lot S. Block 10 i UCL.an..O J'=",w /1 t' a
Lot H. Block 211__ ____________________ P. _n .51 E", Lot 4. Block 11____.______________ Anderson HagW Nix sad Iwwra4*.. ti-----; : d ; ,
Lot 11. Block !8______________________ Unknown --____ .11 ..Ie ____ Lot 16. Block I-------.----.___._.-._ . C.-i;.. ..l i1. "i' p
Lot 11. Block .8______________________ Unknown ______ .17 ..4 of Lot 4 lea W 411 ft. Block 11__ < 'I'homp.on._ Bar6T, -- B".. .. Lnoda.NE14. .4, .+ """ f ..' .
Lot 5. Block 11_______________________ Haynes. .A. ____ .17 D.y ___ of and"All NWtt of 8BK r : jIl" e r'
Lot .. Block a.________________________ Cooper 8. _____ .17 R. L. 4.f. ("... A."lt.o.. Ja of 'A/ C. L. Ry except Rlaolmmoo . .J1
Lots I. I. '. 7. / 10. Block .0__________ Hayne.. A. ____ 1.11 Lou 1. I. 14 .. u. 10. II, U. 10________ Aullman 8. B. 411.0 Holghu and land owned by Nlmlta.Ter . {JPy'" 'If'1 I.
Lou 1.4, 1. f. 11 14. U. Block 31.-_ A. __ 1.2t 16--------- Caseler, 11.71 Lone 8tauSW and Lealerpieaa ____- II8W44 II I' it .HIU.r Z., W. _.... t4.M ,
f Lot 10 Block .1;_.__. ________________ Unknown' 1.. B. .74 Lot.lll _--__--:::::::::::::::::::::::: .rc.D; ;_= Iii of 8W ber. NB Clor run II! '. .: . ., . ., 't
I Mock : ..61Lot .. .' Iia t4 W to 'Wbdrjr of Bea II th.nee ,: ;; .. ,,1.: R 7 1""
Lot I II-----;- _______________ ------ .3 H. d.ll'B.b-Divet Let ... .j. ; >J\
1. Block __.__-_______________ Glenn E. .a. ___ .17 Lo..;.__.___.._.-_________.________ Unkno..n _.__ ... N 1.0 ft E to b.g .1.0 I.. be K 110'.. ,10.' r' .,'.'01 ,;., ,c. U,asft
. t 1'.' Block"j.___+________________ T1mberl.ke. __ i.57 Lot. II and 10----____.___-.__. Parle". B. .. ..0 1t..H f8B.orrunNUTlt.WUO', < .,, e ; ,
Lot.14. Block 3-------------------___ Z. Lot 11_____-___-__________.__._.__ Jaok.on. 3., F :. ..1 8 .n It" 10 110 tt.--- -oj I' I' I'., u N.1Nn. ...10.N \
Iot I. Block .1_____________.,_________ William. J. T. .57 Lot U____?________._______ .. ''. J a e k .n,' 1en.delta begWlie yesNN131 !IJI! pot" OF1iVItyd.i:O. ., ..+I.\i-, .... ( 'Ip'" : Lot 1. Block .t_______________________ Unknown _____ : : 1.11 \it.l. .." I -".'P. ,::'t .
Lot !. Block 114________________________ Unknown ______ .17 Lot I/ W i h. r.poon, 11. "d.. E .. ._____ II II'r"I: ,; .7on... r;, 3.\P. \ ,. ,
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Lot 1. Block 35----------------------- Unknown .17 . -----.:.:_ 1.01 or 8EW. ----------I.SH .-., 11 .6 '" ', 44 "Vol.-, *_ __..__. I'. .
Lot. a. 7. 11. 11. 11. Block 11-____ Ha ne.. A.1.0! Lot 11________________________________ _" 8mlth Dal.y __ 1.1' of 8H. orNBlTof NW t -_- ...__;- SS ISWH a. ''at. L.Ch.p.ll4tt'! 11.14 "' . ,.0 r
Lot I. Block .11________________________ fIa .Iman. 1. --__ ..17I' HeUIa.......... ....DI.... .1 Let M. of NB<4 of NW14 of NWU__._- fl lI.t '1 .,.-?' ;>,'
Lot Block B. Lot 81----------------- _____________ Debosa. O. C. __ .1' ,Ju. ..1 .(} '<
Lot ., Block U::::::::::::::::::::::: Jacob 0. J. :::::: :U Lot ,38_______________________-_______ l Sama D. ______ .111 Br T.87H ch. B and 14 ids N ., 8W . .
Lot. I. 6 II. t. 10. Block __ ________ Hayne.. A. ---- 1.01 Lot .,________________._______________ Williams. Sam_ .11 cor of SW* of NWU run B 140 .fi ".t! ,
Let 7. Block 1"00_____________________ Hennln... H. __ .57 Beg. BW 'or 01 Lot 51 run N 170 ft. EI" yda. N'70 yda. W 140 yda.. 8 70 yda._. SS S* SI I Ora or.r.R.': _B..r-S.S.. : r.

Lot 11. Block 16______________________ Unknown -----_ .57 ft. R 170 ft W IU ft.- Kin. 8. _______ 11.41 OllehrltLota ;
Lot I. flock 17_______________u______ .Unknown ___on .17 W. H. KI.... 5.b-DIv..1 Let I" 1 and S_____________.._______.... Phillip., Lot I. Block 37----------------------- Unk"wn 00____ .17 Lot. __ Burney' tilt Lot 14Ollehrteft- Pierce, 3, L. _. t .71
Lot. 6. 1. I. U. 111. Block IT___________ Ha'n.... A. ----_ 1.01 Lot. \l"na4.l-11::::::::::::::::::::::: 1\( .. r._:::: 1.16 Veoom.1Lota .ilu------ .

Lot 11. Block 117_____n_______________ hn_ .17 Lot 111__________n__________________ McBride. 3. ____ '.1' IS, I West___________:__________ ,.. 81.... Ale*. ,,..-.-, ,".lf''
Lot 12 Block a7___ ___________________ Unknown -----_ .17 Lots 81. 31 17 .11_________ _______ Porter N. _____ 1.7 KlaalaaaeoaAH .
Lot. 1. .. I. 8. Block 11I____ ________ Unknown: ---__ 1.01 Lots II and 11.;________________________ 1\artln. 8. _____ I.1/ except Lot S. Block 11____________ Holt A.j. _"'v.'ft.4' cLot +
Lot 0 Block I'11_______________________ ------ .57 i 17 and .1________________________ James O. ______ '..18It '. Block 81Lake ________________________ Brown Morgan, ...... "'
Lot 1 Block 111_______________________ Unknown ______ .17 and 40------------------------ Love B. _u____ '.11 Cher A441t4.. 4
Lot 11. Block IS__--__________________ Unknown -----_ .17''' W II A. Dot,...... 5.bDvl..f All Block SI__________.:._.._____________ Van dar MoorMn ." ', ; 's
Lot 1.. Block .11_______________________ Unknown ---___ .17 I 53. M ?. .R A -_____ ,"'1.
Lot I'. Block 35_______________________ Unknown ------ ..17Lot. Lot. 14 17 11, It, I.. Block A_________ Unknown ______ 1.ot Plaodalo.soIIIIII.I. 1 ,
1. I. I. I. 7. S. '. 11. Block 11____ Haynes. A. ---_ 1..1 Lou 1. I. ,. Hlce D______________ __ Unknown ___ .TI Lots S and 4._ .____________ Cook. D.M -. \, -t"
Lot I. Block ..00______________________ Clair P. C. -____ .57 Lots 1. and 10. Block 0______________ Plummer. R.D._ .11 Lots 17, IS. ti, ______________ H.I..... A. d.. "It ",. .,
Lot 10. Block 3f- Unknown ---___ .17 Lots 1 to I Ina. Block FJ______________ Unknown -_____ 1.0' Lots 17 and IS--------------------- __ Rolt.. T. JIlL Bat.cCarmaek. I ... .. ., ,
Lot. 1. I. 4. I. I. 10. Block 40__________ Hane.. A. ____ 1.11 Lot. 1 to 6 Inc.. Block )1'______________ Unknown ______ 1.0. LouT and 48______._____________ .NM A. ..' .: : r ,
Lot 5. Block .0_______________________ Unknown ______ .117 lots 10 and 11. Block (1-------------- 8alleU... Eo O. __ ...11Wllit. All N of Ry Lot 46____________________ )( "A.H.rH.'UH .,, r ;
Lot 5. Block 40_______________________ Unknown. ______ .17 .. .......,....1..... II. -DI........ ..1Lor:11 If. _..... .. ___" '',." '
o.el ,. L ____ Lots 71 and 71__________ ___________ : :_ : -_
Lot I'. Block .0______________________ .17 .f R ...... 'It'L'
__ Lot 11. Block 40______________________ Unknown ---___ .57 ; I--I, 14. __ White. P. a. ___ 1.11 Lot 1 9 _______________________________ w..' t. of; ..
Lots 1 and Block 41________________ Smith, 8. 0. .111 1l.. PleI<_ II. -DI.--------------u--....... .1 .... Ta Lot 80 ___________________________,.__ l4.INn JL .__ J.I', '"x. 1
Lot. 1. I. 8 Ii Block 4._______________ }layne. A. ---- .10 Lots _ McIrurin I H. 1. U' Lota fl and 64________________________ IIcC&11"ter. W. ,... '.. i. I I y
Lou 1. 4. 1 Block 4._________________ ayn... A. --- .71 Be4c 17 1..fl.8W cor: i'lot 73 runE ...t' :;,t' -
Lot I. Block1_______________________ t1umm.r, R. D. .117 18754 8 111 W 1375( ft N Lots 107 and 10S___________________ JLE.u. : w::.".1 7 "- ,S
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Lot I. Block 44I ________________________ ----- .17 101 ft. _!-__-_---_! _--__----__--__- Hammond N. __ UI Lota 117 and 118- _ X1 -
________ _______ Evans: 8. ______ .17 fOorelia. .:: 1< '4 roLots
Lot Block 44_______ Beg 1111 IL 8 oNW ebr 01 r.ot 71 run ______ Outlaw
_______________________ Unknown .57 S 116 ft W 137 ft N S and I, Block B.. __ ___ JO.y 3.11 iP
Block 41 %
Lot '. n
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Lot 5. Block 41________________________ UFraslsnknor.. C. H. __ .17 rol"ft _-__ __ Holland. Llasl. U. Lot 7. Block B .- RRolf.. JL! ..c. \ ,'
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Lot 1. Block 47____ ___ ------ Beg 43 ft '
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Brown. A. .17 81 Hu... W. _____. .... 11. Block B- arr. : .I } ; ..I '
Lot .. Block t7______________________ ---- ft. N41ft.B181ft.__ Lot 16 Block B______________________ Rolfa .!! .. .:, t : f1
W. C. __ .17 .
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Lot 12. Block U..t.r.
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Let Lot. 15 and 1.___ __________________ ir
Lott'h a.iku"Blk'.7::::::::::::: Er..ro"n.WU: Lots 4. and 44------------- _________ n. .. John __ 1.11 Lots 1, I. 6. Block D__________ ___ Btratmaa, C1a&& 1 1.. " !
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Lot I. Block 4t---------------------? Tbomaaa.anT.-T.-_ ..17 B 361 ft. ft Lot ii, Block D______________________ ..It... 0. Q. 7 .- 7 "
Lot 1. Block 41________________________ B.arrt Bar 4d4tAll .
Lot 7. Block 41________________________ Tanner A. 31 -- .11 Block AL ________ Tyler. RNa____ ...1 lota Helabta.All ..______ w f J! : o:
.,I. 1\(. to . a Block A leea 4 and I. a. >cd. {
Lot .. Block 4._______________________ Murphy. .17' Sa..eraero .. .D...._ .w 71.ek. DL watd.
Lot 10. Block 4.______________________ 0..0.. -- ..i7A ..d IL -.. ... t. !,.y.
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Lot 11. Block 11______________________ obn.on. 3. ---- .17 All Block LL__-__.___________________ Randall. 7... 1,43Et4 Lou 7 t .Bl1 .J. .
Lot I. .lock 11------------------------ Lna Browns 11-------A. --____ .17 Block FL_________________________ Hadl.,. Joseph_ 6,41Sb..k.r. Lota to SI taeBINk OLota ___________ W Wisarcuii rdLog'e. *.*.% M . ''r
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Lot f. Block 14________________________ Unknown Hln_ E -_____ .i7 Lot I--------------------------------- Porter. N. _____ 4.01 Lou 1 to I I lea. Block D________?___. W. a r 1 ng-8s14- 'L.,f i

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Lot I. Block 51_______________________ Unknown ------ .17 II ft 8 110 ft. W 1611______________ arr.l1. AHopwn B __ 17.14 Lot. IT. 11. II. SO, Block DLota ___________ W parln.VKd.w.N.1.3e.
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Lot 1. Block 66------------------------ UnknownC; H. _- .17 Lot 3, Block I_______:::::::=:::..::: rI' _: u: I' 14 Block D__________ W .
16. Block 111_____...._____________ ----- .17 Lot. 4. I. t. Block .__________________ Bell. T. :1. EaL 18.11 !1. SS. .. 11.. ,i.V:' ".* gI+
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11. Block 17-_______________ OrlnbesC, --_ .17 Bag toO ft II! of NtD cor 01 Block C run C. L. BANDY Tax Collector ?; ". t }
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4'' Block 1._____________ OraJ'. JD. ---- .If B. ? cop>> .BJ"ocA M run W f5 ft B 10ft. ,
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Save your money for this sale and come early. We will astonish you with our bargains. Some prices are

given here, but we cannot list half of our .immense stock. Everything marked in plain figures on Red Tag.

We have everything that you can use in your family-



f 'rz r, SHOES. CLOTHING,, DRY GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS AND NOTIONS

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,:t.r'+1.: Dry Goods, LawnsHundreds BLEACHING36in. I Gentlemen's Men's Hats

I Ii of yards of figured Lawns Winchester Bleaching. lOc, I
i :' Dress Goods will be sacrificed to just as if they now _____________________71/lc 25% Discount,
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: : i. were not ;in season. Now is the timeto 36-in. Winchester Bleaching 8c Furnishings $3.00 grade now ____________$2.25
wear Lawns, and NOW is the time now _____________________6c Also many others that we can sell to :
and Ladies
\ '. to BUY. \\2Y2c! Lawns, both figured 36-in. Winchester Bleaching 7c, and Shoesand you for a price that will simply surprise "

:'e .' I r and striped to sell at, per yard____9c now _____________________5c i you. Will sell you a good hat i..
Ready-to-wear All IOc Lawns will go at________7e Ladies' and for -----------____________89c "
Do Miss this Table Linen .
not Opportunity.
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I tt Department $1.00 grade __________________74: Children's Shoes Silk Sox .-')

5 I Lace Curtains .55 grade __________________40c I
/ Holeproof. guaranteed Silk Sox 75c ;:

," Ginghams Most exceptional values will be of- Ladies' NeckwearLadies' Men's Suits grade .._______________,-____59* '
I4 fered in this Department at Half Price. .. 50c grade ---_____________-39c .< e- ,. '''i:
''tjw', Largest stock: in town. Neckwear: Collars Jabots, MEN'S SUITS-We the best All 25c Sellers to go for______19c ',," '
.' ; I2J/2C! Ginghams, this sale______.VtC j CretonFloral etc.. made of Lace, Embroidery, Pique j grade of Ready-Made carry Clothing for j >\.
t lOc Gingham, this ..Ie! ________8c Ratine. Also some Bulgarian effects. Men that find. These .
; All Calico this sale----41,4c to Sc Design, lOc grade, now71/ac: made by Schloss we can Bros. Co., of Bald-are Men's Shoes ;.,r
Other grades reduced in the tame .'
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,7 4 Waists more, and have won the distinction Hanan- '
proportion.
& Percales Waists, SOC at ________________39c throughout the whole United States of | I Lot ----_------------V Prie.Florsheim "j
_________ I being called the CLOTHES BEAUTIFUL '
12c Percales, Curtain Goods Waists 75c at ___ ___59c: }
." many --------lOc patterns.BOW Waists, $1.00 at '______________79e _. We are going to include some 1 $5. O grade now $4. 5 ,lj:
of these Beauties in this Great Sacrifice ----------
Hundred and hundred of yards of <
'\ -----T. Beautifully Figured Curtain Good We have Ladie Two-piece Suits at 4 Sale, and sell you one Suit as < W. L. Douglass ;Jl1"iJ
1 .. Galatea with Tan or Cream,Background. and from 25 to 40% Reduction. Cheap as We Could Buy It by takingmore $4.50 grade now _______?_? 3-85 :1'1. '
j $4.00 grade now ____ .____ 3.5/' .
than hundred time. ? .
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t Thu u,the best.cloth for Children's'Romper. figured in Brown and Green Sc a yard I 1 1Ratin a one $3.50 grade now _____'____ 2.89 'yj
and Play Suits. and up to 25c. Never before has.uch Skirts $3.00 grade now ____.:___._., Z35 .. "
,Regular I 18c.':' To go at13eSilks : an offer been made. Linen Unene Pique at < MENS SUITS in Brown, Gray, Eta$22.50
;} 25% Discount Suit at ____________$16.50 Babies' Cap*-THIS SALE-lOc, 18c, j $18.00 and $20.00 Suits at $12 to $13 '$1.50 grade now __________ 1.20 .?

1'" 33c:, and 49c. They are lace and Hoisery at 5c $15.00 Suit at ____________$ 9.98 ( k

a piece Cut-reserved Slashed I-Sacrificed, with not broidery.. SPECIAL-We have a lot of Hosiery < $10.00 Suit at ____._______$ 7.89
k $1.00 Mesaline. this tale________74c: that we are going to tell for FIVE Nothing reserved. All go at .aUsprices. ( "
.50 Silk, this{sale____________35c LacesWe CENTS A PAIR. Also are. offeringour Queen Quality- {
50c grade of Ladie Hosiery $7.50 Palm Beach Suit __ ( $4.00 grade now __________$3.25
Big lot $1.00 Silk low 69c at $ 6.35
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J we on every Our Store in which Girl $ 8.00 Palm Beach Suit at $ 6.75
; 7 every or 4 Ladies' Silk Hole-proof. $1.00 < $3.00 grade now __________ 2.35
." grown-up Woman will naturally be in- < grade, now _________________79c Palm Beach Pants at __$2.35 to $2.79 : $2.50 grade now __________ 1.95
a SoisetteAbout terested.Valiencennes. Also! a $1.50 Shoe for_.___ 1.20
Shadow, and in fact, Sheets and ( Some Pretty White Button Oxford a!
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been cut. Colors: Blue Pink. Cream Prices. 8-4 to 10-4 Sheeting at 20% Discount See Counter. :t
... and White. All of this in regular 25c. cc Seamless! Sheets, 72x90 at ___39c << One Lot Men' Shirt*__________25c : our Special Bargain .
4 ". 'this sale _____________________19eLADIES' <;
: Seamless. Sheets, 81x90 at ______59c "
: One Lot Men's Shirts __________39c
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EmbroideryEmbroideryEdge Seamless Sheets 90x99 at ______89c: ( Children's ShoesBuster
. UNDERWEAR-In this and and ( Unbleached Domestic, 36-in. wide $1.50 Special beautiful pattern, all (

'v1 n Department we have an exceptional All-Over will be handed over Insertion the sacrifice this sale _____________4c: to 71/2c to go at __________________$1.10 Brown- \1
: line of Silk and Embroidered Drop ( < Resolved That we are going to -.'.
1'.' counter almost at the Price You cSugge.L Table Linen _____________ < $1.00-Best Dollar Shirt in town : .' .
Skirts. Also come that are made of 20 % off sell to the Little Boy and Girls some
w+ i for ______________________.79c "
cheaper material These Skirt must ____________ Shoe that are not only CHEAPER but
go,Regardless of Price. Wait.. See SEE OUR WHITE GOODS-Dimi- I Mosquito Bars 20 % off ( 75c Shirt to go at ____________55 ( far better than anything they have ever "
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1 ? n... ties Lawns Batiste, etc., at a bargain. J. P. Coats Spool Cotton, spool____4c: 50c Shirts to go at ____________39c had before." >

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