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: September 10, 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: VID00715
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.j j.\ BOUNTY DEMONSTRATOR .... Gazette.appearin; Bids V1UI,'will issue I*''VJ received; we Valley by DECLARES THAT FREE SWIM. .J, '.

",. 't ":AHD'M18ffi,. tNNE'CA AHSs City Clark Gilbert his office at 7:30 MING POOL SHOULD BE ERECTED ESTIMATES. MADE 'BYwPROF.'E: AN8 INDICATE:' A''"TOTAL"EN: . BY :BOARD

., ',i>t.'GIR1B"'CANNING BS. TO p.'.m.on'Satnrday: September 25th. AND THAT CITY, SHOULD ROLLMENT HI'AND TUB HIGH SCHOOL' FIGURES SHOW '

Ji1; 'ARRANGE W8PLA r-FOB'SUB- The issue consists of six bonds each BULKHEAD LAKE TO ATTRACT l0$.' WHICH .WILL BE THE LARGEST.IN-THE HISTORY.OP THE -. .. *, '
'. ;4," TR PICAL'EXPOSITION '-TO BE to.be dated from date of Issue, as follows VISITORS AND INVESTORS" .TO, ,,SCHOOL -.LIST OF TEACHERS, AND PLANS .FOB .BEGINNING, OF :: :-:, ;' :';"- '.:- : .'< -
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.., IN, 'ORLANDO.:l. ,? : COMB* HERE. THE.TERM., t'> ,, ' Y YBrou
"' .! '> One bond in 'the' sum-of$2,500 maturing riWH f , Many' :Subjects Te ,.,is:
\ '0' 'r.:: .. 'John M.' Lee, o 'Kissimmee's ----r-- 'I .
..r 1ICeO.. county"ivtU"1uri" 'an 'exhibit in: ten 'yearsfive' bonds for II' t ."-,:; ,I ,
if! *at>the ,Sub-Tropieal Exposition $5000,each maturing: respectively in 1 leading citizens and a man who has KissimmeeV 'public schools open letle''Coch. ,. :?. "
,' i ,sln Orlando next.year.; The exact date eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen-and always' been a booster believes that officially next Monday morning 8:80 Eighth Grade, A-Miss'' AlblnaSmith. ,. ht.BefaraSassi.w'
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\ ';'f'' of the fair has not yet been determln- flf teen 1,years.. Interest on the bondsIs now i* the time for' the city '.to lay *-.* .1 '4I '
t to be 'at"the plans for the future. He has just returned begin on theSaS.turddayrpre.ious- Crs' -
ed. but it is known that the exhibition payable semi-annually will Eighth Grade, -Miss. Ethel I + \
''' will 'be' held, "time next Febru-: rate of six cent. The bonds will from a visit in the north and "" NUMB
4 K j" : some<<; . : per declares speaking more definitely. tomorrow ford. v COMING OF A LARGE ,
;\. .V r not be Sold,.for less than per and a east and that the eyes' of morning at 880.; At that hour''and. Seventh Grade, A-III. Lola,Law -. TOURISTS PREDICTED BY..
i .t 'd'\ih. decision favoring an exhibit-atiI certified, check for $500 must accompany -, hundreds of people>> are turned toward. I up until 10:80 o'clock all children who ler., ',. -" '.,. )* ,' 'OF RAILROADS"'AND'OTHERS AND .;
S the.fair made at of each bid. The'' council as is Florida."They're. Seventh B Miss Relchter.
was the meeting expect to enter for the coming tern\ Grade ' KISSIMMEE BOOSTERS WILL n+
\ .1 held on< Monday when a delegation usually ''the case in such action reserves ,' coming" here this winter In are !asked to call at their respectiveroom Sixth ..Grad.Mill. Cleo, WooU. GET READY,,TO GET SHARE OF ,
large numbers said Mr. Lee "and ,
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I'll' ..representing fair.association was the right to reject any and all to be enrolled, secure book lists dridge. .- ' ,
present and pot,th* proposition before bids., Kissimmee must be prepared to show and assignment of lesson for Monday. Sixth Grade, B-Mrs.' F. C.-B n.FiftitCredo.AMiuJlart4et VISITORSCongres .
:t. the Aboard" 'members. The delegation The proceeds of these bonds is to them a city which will attract them. Parent may accompany, children to Yid "
r 'I., 'Vwas:.composed of,C:K'Howard, editor Wused'In"paving' Main street with .' If we will get busy IOWcan interest discuss school matters with'teachers cox. .man'W.JJV'Seam. !mad the"; k
.the' Orance- County Citizen andpublicity brick from Oak! street to the city limits men of means and Influence in if they so desire.' This plan has been Fifth Grade B-Miss Myrtle: )Bob-' Hon.' John M> La* will ..peakIrom'the "

(, ,,man for the fairr J. H. Reese and to retire $15,000 of the present our city who will come here to make adopted by Prof. ;IB. M. Evans..principal bitt.. j, band stand on Broadway tonightat "
'i"V: ',,editor'of the Orlando' Reporter 'Star indebtedness of the city. Kissimmee their winter home. Once i of the schools, In order to save Fourth Grade, A=Miss Louise 7:30 o'clock In a big open air mass
'; ,and J:H. Sadler; of Oakland a,director The test suit filed to validate the they are interested they will begin to I the time usually taken up on the open- Thomason. 1 M meeting' of the board of' trade, to .. ri
'!\<13). '; .;-f thfair \.association.: All of bonds is to be heard before Judge J. plan things to help us make Kissim- ''I Ing day and to make that day' a regular 'Fourth Grade, B- Miss CeceliaOverstreet. which everyone Is invited.! They I will'
; 4'thesi men',addressed the board and W. Perkins in DeLand September even more attractive and will invest school the same as the talk upon the subject of".improving'
:vrpree'joined in their efforts by Sen 15th but the council decided to advertlse their money with us. others which follow.Everything Third Grade A-Miss Mary. C. tJ r-- Kisaimmeeand ,the outlook for th*
.,' ': ator"-'Arthur 'E. Donegan and H. C. for bids now so that there "The most important things to any'I is in readiness. for the an. '" winter season.; Speeches will .} $B ntotdJ'; would be no loss of time. It is not city which caters to visitors I found opening of-the schools on Monday and ThIrd Grade B-Miss Lottie :LwaJer.. likely, be mad by others.; "i.?. . '}, '

,J 'After listening to the speeches of expected that, and legal delays will from my visits to summer resorts and the buildings were never in cleaner or Second Grade, A-Miss Ruth Clark. The open air meeting will be in th* eye ,,',
?;'i the 'delegation'and the local men the result from the suit and there is every GOOD. are CLEANLINESS AND i neater condition. The school hour 'Second Grad., B-Miss Modern. Rus nature'of laying plans for the winter, ,
board .discussed the proposition and evidence that the bonds will find a WATER. this wil be the same as usual sell.. months./: Every citizen of .the town %
"We have good water and all we : year is urged to attend ...' there ,will b* r .,
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%V::passed an appropriation of $600 from ready sale.' school opening at 8:80 each morningand First Grade, AMiss Lillie Dale. ; .
4 need to do is to put it where our visitors ? many topics importance in, -which, .4 ; :
the,publicity fund for the purpose of closing at 8:15 each afternoon First Grade B-Miss Emma Yow. '
?r tinanclnc'the'', exhibit. can use it and clean up onr cityas I with,, an hour noon period from 12 to ell, in charge of primary school. everyone should have his part. : x
( was,also decided to place the exbibit WORK'TO BEGIN SOON neat as a pin. 1 o'atock. First Grade aslstantMiss'LncT\ ;1-It i* stated, by railroad officials and ; ;{
'i I "We need to have a big public bathing others in a position to know that there:1
J .arrangements. in the hands of In preparing his estimate ..nronmen Witherspoon. C ;l ,' '
", .,B.!"E.- Evans, county farm demonetrs.tor PAVEM'NTCOMMISSIONERS : pavilion where our visitors can I for the opening of school from Music:-Miss Myrtllla Beals.?;. ":: will be ,a larger number' of,tourists' in. +' 4
It ON COUNTY 'bathe as long and as frequently as Florida this winter, than in 'many ,
and Miss Anne Carson who is the >romotion' lists of last year and Yesterday and today examinationswere ,*
canning they wish. Everywhere I went I found has .,who years.' For'this reason it. is the plan ,. ;
",, Kharg of the girls' club kno n new pupils Prof. Evans held for those pupils /were
cirk in Osceola county. They will II bathing pools provided for visitors. mad i up'the following figures on the "conditioned" In their classes at-the of'the board of Wade to prepare-to1!

''I n work at once arranging for the ASK RAILROADTO We have the finest water in Florida number which may be expected In i the close of the last term. Those:who bring good proportion of the visitorsto "" j
Ibit" BUILD SIDINGS-COPELAND here flowing from our city wells and these examinationswill KissimmeeThererialso,- '
vari successfully
< .grades:
' +ri APPEARS AT IUEETING-COUN. (Continued... on Page Ten. ) "i, Fithirt at grade, 95; second grade 74; I I be promoted pass to the.next higherclass. pumb.t'of, other'Important ,';' "
TY ENGINEER'S SERVICES DISPENSED '" subjects) to be considered.
fourth fifth. V
;;: grade 70; grade 701; ,
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i "fl.LJaACToRBIDS WITH FOR TIME BE- EXPRESS COMPANY TO grad 74; sixth grade 70} seventh It is 'likely that a new branch. of :
.'Ii IfJG' ?"" gradv 54; eighth grad. 48; ninth. study will be included in the,work of ATTEMPTED tY"CHIHG.;

:t grade. 50; tenth grade, 2b; eleventh i the boys of the seventh'grades thisyear .
) ;- REJECTED BY COUNTY grade 15 twelfth grade, 20.' This and possibly In the lower grades.
That work will begin at an early HAVE AN AUTO TRUCKThe ; .
,. ,......: I*" -r"J' date on the paving of the Osceola gives a grand total of 660 and total Prof. Evans 'is- trying to make arrangements PROVES .TO BE FIASCO t

'!& no will be the largest enrollmentin Washington :to, .i allow I"
road indicated action tak- believes
. mee ,was by Southern Express Company -
made in the yearly budget for the pur- the of the high school,'the County Farm Demonstrator Evans' ...-: '
en at the meeting of the board of in Kiaslmmee and her future history :: : GEORGE 'TMI'80NWO; ; I N rr
si chat of such road
building equipment, largest'in the"past having been 93...,.j, I devote part of his time to the teach.
fclds for- tractor for use on the roads counfy.commissioners at their. regular progress...This fact has just been 8ULTED FARMER'S WIFE SHOT, '
who wilt and directing 'of classes" agriculture -
The teachers nave charge ing
"t meeting..Monday more forcibly within.the last '
of Osceola county rejected at the BY HER HUSBAND, BUT LATIiR.
were :
> few of the work of the'schools this 'ear In these grades. If he is successful n
.0 J. R. Copeland, representing the days when arrangements have 18 TAKHN
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ELUDES AND
'meeting of the county commissioners : ,
/ mace the high-school teachers being namedfirst h* believes that the course of w
Alabama Paving ;which has been for the <9fof
company purch an OSLANDO.
TO HOSPITAL IN
commissionersadvertised for
..i ,..l; (The are as follows. : ,', study and actual practice-will .prove .
the contract for 'paving this stretch automobile truck: to take tturploce of II. '
: : .rtyds at.the last session ofthe board 4 ', WILL.BECOyEB.
l h R.MV Evans,principal./;;; I beneficial to the boys.- r
rbut; afterwards discovered that-under of road,:-was present and stated that tAe horse and wagon formerly, used !
:'the budget law lust passed by the last his 'company,was'ready to start workJust (or'the delivery of express packages. .. 'Miss Almena Leltner, English.i'1 The Order of ;'AmericanMechanics. ; : ., )'.
.1\ It '' as soon as the'A.. C. LJ,railroad Expresscompanies .throughout the I 'Miss' Clara Ledbettor.. Historyand has presented the main school buildIng ,-Thompsonrai-negro: :: .
i'aesaioh,o('th* ,,legisUture' 'would ,
and the
bible "
with primary Or
a hand, lies In m hopit4 In .,
sidetracks Meridia -
: company.places at country as: well as large .
r' to have included Civics.Mies ,
) been
save necessary school with 'American flag. The .'. : 'kl .
hauling an verely wounded .boy. ; I.
the ; ,
and at, stock'pen location north of which have fl,1Qount'of
1 \the;: amount' needed ,for.this' purchaseLin"the the 'city. ';" "'; to do, have .lately1 any turned .their attention "Louise ,Clark, Latin. ,, and, school''\\board\ has arranged to erect a her four' shot 4 o n'tike- ,.1;:. "\"
i : Bids ,
budget figures. were "
French.! the grounds from which <.
staff white in' .
flag farmer
1 hadalread3d made .on living I : \
Mr.; Copeland a and to the automobile > ,
more '
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.c. 1J '.ent,|'n:and by Clarence International'HariJ.vester Bunnell of;Basisenger -, request for'the''' side .tracks,'.but asked'' agd .more the, motor propelled wagons'are > !WJ Norton Harris, Science'and Ath-. the flag will uy.,' ' /. '. hood of Foghorn Junction, *.*** ,> ofKissimmee. .
the\: "
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Company.WIILrpIACE'(*, that the commissioners also Mndin rapidly replacing the horse-drawn) r $:
their request to the railroad rpmpany. variety. This has been however onlyin 'The wound was Inflicted Tueadiy afternoon .' ; ,

; .The commissionersprepared, a. letter places where the business. variants tHIRTY CARLOADS OFCATTLE ; when h* came to the farmer's i t
EXHIBIT and sent it to the railroad authorities. such action and the fact that an auto. -EIGHT :: ?! home after having'insulted'the farm" i'k: i

requesting these,switches.' Th,. com mobile is to be bought for use here is ,, ers wife earUer tin the day when'he,
r missioners'also arranged to get the evidence that Kisaimmee is an important was frightened off off by statement 1

/ .<,:''TREE JT AlA FAIR proper papers to have the brick shipped -' city from the express company. SHIPPED' ; of the woman that her husband might'
'WEEKcompanies .
f 41L I Irlr in the county name in order to standpoint. THIS com homo any minute.' The'.negro,
get lower freight rates, this being the . left then but'said he'.would b*. back '

IU;C 'SUCH: OF BIRMINGHAM, custom in all counties engaged in pav- ASSESSED VALUATION .- .v.M. .'.. ......,, ....:... -. blithe_ afternoon."when. her husband ,v
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work. -c; Will
ing woman
.7 :' WHO OWNS PROPERTY NEAR had gone out again. ine i
'HERE. '.WRITES 'A. 8. NELSON The matter of a county engineerto Thirty-eight carloads of cattle ship-t in Chicago Kansas City: her husband of the negro1 threat and

'<'' (ASKING THAT HE SEND.OSCEOLAfCOUNTY be in charge of the work of paving OF CITY ped to the St. Louis market is the I and St. Louis. Earlye;this year M..G. h* armed himself. to await. -the .coining. ; '
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i'!It ... PRODUCTS ,FOR was also brought up and,owing to a $1,542,000, record of Kissimmee this week. Gardner representing the.'National of the Mark! <: . : i- w ?*
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e" 1.EXHIBITION. dispute between Joe Johnston named I Rather it will be the record as sixteen Live Stock Commission company,' ..a. ":Wh.D',the negro"'approacheQ .tM 'f""o '

,.i. county. engineer,at m recent m..tine'j INCREASE OF 84 0.o0ob SHOWN BY carloads went ont on Thursday attracted here by the cattle sale heldin house the'NCOnd .time, hi too,: 'WU. '!'' '

.B8ligb': -rI'-: of Birmingham, Ala. and :R. H. Ludlam. who FIGURES OF ASSESSOR A. E. while the other twenty-two are due conjunction with'Cobb...Derbr' of armed with 'ehotp", but the farmer -. --, .
and for "" -"': "
theroad
who? 'is interested extensively ia real I profile specifications THOMAS-COUNCIL NOW BUSY to leave on Saturday.The York, Ala. H. met a the fired upoq Urn and he'f.u.TM: sec-T : .

.f.1 T i..state in: this section has written A:S.I tne board and decoded to'revoke:the appointment EQUALIZING, TAXATION AND cattle which left Thursday and cattlemen and explained th ,r methodof ond''shot, caught him as h* >wa attempting -. rf "..,i..
dispensewihthe; services .
him selling cattle-In the open market. to and he:'atu1 ble4, '. .>'
:." Nelson .requesting' j to secure./as of both at' ''It HEARING COMPLAINTS OF those which go tomorrow are consigned .rise. rri
men present: was
.many specimens M f; Florida products TAXPAYERS. to the National Live Stock Corn- The cattlemen were Impressed, with again. B* .... able,, however',C Ao '.
need for
.t) decided that there was no an the proposition and later Mr.' Gardner make his and was found later< t. .,' ..
raised in this section ms possiblefor.oxhibiUonat actual work is* mission company of St. Louis, by escape ;;
begun
engineer until -
returned and arranged for a shipmentof beside the road"between ,jKisslmme ..F',
m the".State,Fair ofAlaybama .- needed. which concern they will be sold in open
to b* held soon at Birmingham.K'vf and none.will,be named until According' to the books of City Assessor market; The cattlemen are having a train of nineteen ears loaded with and St Cloud and Sheriff Ingrain was >\?-.;::,

+ Mr.'Ndaon preparing an exhibit A. E. Thomas which- have just their first experience this season of Oseeola;county cattle to be handled notified., He hurried to. the seen and S:;, .
-' 1y mndt'desiresthatanyperson; ; ':'having ROAD ,MEETING: IS been closed and turned over to the selling by this method it having been by his.company.' The sale;of:these had the negro taken.to the quarters :t ;b- ri. ,/'

'; ,articles grown' in Oaceola county suitable -, .' city council the assessed valuation of the custom in previous yean': to sell cattl.,,'slthough,.made(on ,market;; of another ..
i;. ,. for exhibition purposes commnnl- property both real and personal in all of_the stock_direct to.packing house: _' _'(Continued on'pag.4)tPAYsDECIDING' I- county; phylcIan.'l i St. Cloud,, was' } ....'.r}"r
SUCCESSATLAKELAND Kissimmee is 42 00. This is .tated that the '
'cate' with him at one so that a creditable $1, an called and \ negro was
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' ; Increase of $160,000.over last year. badly Injured that-he 'eould not N ,i '.
& showing can be made : so
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"f",! ".'i,. ,'MI':; Sligh'.hsa-:0eeared a ,space' at '"* v'i'M, T '.'. The city council held several 'nlht OKEECHOBEE EDITORPAYSIBITYAVIS ( : GAME moved. Sheriff 'Ingram left, him fa*'< ',it'(
Fully:800"delegates hundreds of sessions this week as an equalisationboard the boas SUM returned to.Kl -
'i .the'fair. at his own expense. and:will negro . . ; fsiiiiinetfi. t
Iook'afteeth. exhibit, " ( automobiles attended lth good roads hearing complaints of taxpay : .. ;r s " J3 ...'/ li
y ,r.; hm. ,; ,;l : tt'iMn*', meeting' of,the Central Florida Highway ..... No changes have. yet been announced : ''HERENEXITHURSDAYc.:, : '**Wednesdicy! )"',inornlnr''''there.war'' S; i
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\ ++ ": Itw1UMbi\ 'rmemitiered at t6a; Mr. association held'at'Lakeland yesterday .. ': ; TV . .' :rumors that the negro bad been taken:' .,ri:

: .. ''set J.Lbllghrecenty: ? traded the Downingu ; i This great', ''gathering .1 was -Nogreat'changes In the assessment A,' 'ed1L Ole\o:': Thafriendl 'rivalry- between .the from the negro ahsnty,and lynched by 1f'tJ.
-. property" oncCl'd.aveasa'toT1t ; : H.'.:W.JBoice brought toget.berby.an. ,organisationwhich '. of .real- estate weremade by the as-, George T.-, ..Ic*, '. 'of)i th'a ball teams of Kisaimmee and St.Cloud a'mob in automobiles.) ,T e substan 9 9fiatsthIs'story"tb't.lepbon..wires v 'J\\

.., of this city for a tract of'400 :bad its,birth"...when a"bandful sessor.except outlying and unimproved ebobee/'Csl ,j th"new? paper. Just was', Intensified.yesterday when the : I Il .a l 1tJ.;
Y.'A. north.of the city'n wth.'Or.snge .. of-delegates"' :In '.Kissimmee, .:last .propertyThe. greatest' surprise i be n"; :.
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acres ;; "" " ,. .., launched. Ini s that Bustling young city; St. Cloud boys>> defeated Kissimmee on t we e :
"a .,j- !,; ; ". In* the- ' ;
came,, personal property'assessment : ,ir-
-Coanty'.I1M and the new brick oJ (" t the,8f: 'diamond,by. a,score of were'sound to have been.ent;: Later .
y. ; :> The<,meetb'ig' t. highway connecting 1 Klssimmeee.and 5. g.'sE : ;";- . .'. there' cam a story that th* negro had' :+f:.
d ;Orlan ,' .- Jo. ... -% ' one/ according tottha, delegates, who aonal assessments' this year is 666 ..I ; Mr. :it..bam.. won'the. -first gam vv.t 1aIt'week been taken into Orange county by th*' .4.:
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\, .$. . ,, .. '. '.. represented Ktllb>>m..) and much'good coropared-with in',1914.; 'Assess Rice's first visit Kissimmee and. lie oq-th local diamond by a score mob and bad escaped amida. 'shower; "', "f.i; t
-- \ is expected to result from th session. or .Thomas 'says that he found 175$ was well: pleased twith:the eity.; v; of,2to ,'and, th*;.decidinggame of of bullets. ,Then cam* the later-'ln. 'J hrs . ,

) .{THOMP.SON'HERD'SOLD: Numerous routes and'tributary roads white families'' .which were not assess. ,':Mr..:. Blc f;is :i,booeter''of,'tbeltird the' series,v will b*;played ,here'.nextTursda formation that b*had been found by t'!>! T .
'!'ifo! -,- ... "-"' to Sr. over. and :ap property;evaluation, is ,$106,000 ever on.of dtles.of\Florida>in' i'afternoon the in,Orlndo.: '" '8i' " cf.J.i/-
SAT AUCTI ; tho-big: a that. a ,: : 'be out,i to witness hospital ;,:;, ;;
t"y NTO'BASSGoant'Commlidoaer proved.-The route of the western section the previousyear, ;while r real >estateshowed few''years.! ''rue'_y., everything: .is 'this contest!'which,is' l1d'e0 be '.Sheriff Ingram talk'Veryiittl.;about' I .,;J,h"f; i
-of.thehighWay'from'Gainesvillewas' increase of only E,000 and I '
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... r. .. .t( t' .. ; booming mere* even tin th. summer and a bard fought on* from start to finish. th'affair,' but from what h* doe re.rvault ;; + r:
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lit; t ,, .approv by-: wy:>,*f-! Perry 'i to railroads+ and telegraph $2,000.: residents 'comln. in all '" *' f .
: many-new are : the '
yesterday :
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t.Battedeshsin' game :
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Mlir v -''>'' -, SCHOOL'BOARD LDS'.iTi I the time':'He that the census yecently.taken'of Car. :* ."
says Kiesimnieei-paynoand,,
.: . went k';' : ,i. that.deputiesseating hI>rl ji. ,
rtt ;OfSt."C1ci; d,'purchased the cattl blonging *- : ;The members:'of- theItIaabilmee .
.. >., u th*estate ref the late J.' W. deleg.tionweref'; .H.SC." Stanford. ,C. ..REGULAR: MONTHLY.MEETING the St. the Loci. county session under of son.:;8CCIbnd.......: %-Morthrnp and 'Porter*" him took' the negro'to Orlan j :, t ,i)1f ij.dowbea.there ; .
act last >
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uatfth.pubUc: ; A Canon..JohD WeriaRevvS.'WLawetr. & ,
(Tommy) Thompson > : '
'- : : : th, *"legislator,' showed i population BAND:'BOYALLY' :?BNTERTAINEDThat ) ,'
:: .. auction .Md-mt. th* l court MBS*' Monday .George Gardner S11i.','coWty' achool:boardi: held ';hi lenc* mad that the mob foundgro ; .

.;'" 1tJ': ff.iDnH P a'' *iMO9tor Oj'tls( ,' L.' R. Farmr Oeorn Overstreet. regular .monthly:;:meeting,'oq Monday 1' town 01.1a: ,.eo.\w4chiwas4'foundedso;iThis is-remarkable'recently, for{a --That:,St;.Cloud lettl ens'.appreciateUatesdnr -'had. disappearedwhen. ='it' M"), ;" ,. ,..... .

.. "::2'4'fr.v1f"' AXj Donacmn,J..;.W,;J'reI1t1.carI with all mMnben of the body prasefeb '..; J.--!. *- toi.od. W*i*wmi ''srvidencedby him in the negro houT' .rt ''' ." ': .J'

jS3..'*tf.frl; Kri'bbs"orneiated. *- ,Wearer.and ,otkiers.!"' 4t:;:.''1I ''..1't.tMsNv.'ii Tbe---board wa.,IMaQ'; with 'tW, details as ryRkl.itate. ...1'io'iba."r.'v ...the tb* recaption gtvpapBr' '; band boys _.It_U,->*.,ow... "..*V.' ou.. ht-. >Ii'that(, V" .t"h...,i.wiB*".'*Ti't''..r-, .1.r-:.'.." .. ;;' ,'',"iI
r] .auctioneer 14 his usual. IItBdMat maa11ns '; There'waa also :'a> ia g*delegation: 'd, tb ssluo. ijwr: .' : ;, haw ,.... eM41 : !."': r ,.. } ."::.(.!.t "" .t.. .,;:'Ailh'rc : "" i' -JK, '
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Kissu i :' Gazette nture. Hi* seff-possession.returned: after LDdDIP1ErVALL' ,I '. >1. 'w., ,' ,, ; f. : I ';L ;.i..t' : .t;
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a .moment and; be, calmly'faced thef con .. "J , .. . "
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,? ,',rM." ''" it...".'.'.''.'.'''-'-''it'*.r:3uw' ">...!_ >..... gotten'to doctor' ,with bring the'statement'along his, change.that he, 'Lad But.for;the food'.: : I :,' letterS' -: FrotolOut: Readers \ . .:i

a ye'' ..' : conductor,:was not wont i ,, become' nstateseemeto.t I, : ,
a :MAIMM AMD BV' O. VANS AGlfBW; 0..A1JOLlllo .- : to stop 'the'I car Florida has : .! f.
.- : "'* ".. IMItor ... ..... "him'' ,the .. .' . .
.ft, And put; off Id .
although that '' c'jfotiriai'id
was everywhere' --
Jhe . ..
; surface , .. ." .. . i '" ; ., ,..''J, -.. ............ Ilat..t . suggestion'of the business man. ';.This don- bactertLnbitten by the bard .. ., .., ww." w.w.w. .w.-. ; tt ,to".u: ''I:; a 'r l' 'i
SIr:.,9P e T ar ___..___ "t.I. doctor knew 'what in every section, 'erer! Sanus. 8,'at.1; ) f.lt; .top pet: ; : ,. 1 r,
a' . courtesy wax he ? js''prevalent \ .r, 't"r
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... Month :?__" -..--....-. .0. : t : ; knew w cm Iituim. the : : .{ '
,"' ;I9 Month _____...__ ._ wroteyou vei'Kutaweel .
l ee a gentleman when he'met'one and decided every; county< Sto far nv>Very town and Kiutmma Valley ,.GuettA ,, . and 83 had not ar : :;. ? n
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.."t.." _,_ : discovered for the disease > mpe, Fla those two numbers came in on., \' ,
manleatlona. exempt from our authorised. to give 'him' courteous treatment''even if eny has..beennolle subscription for later .
My
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: :?.l ? t_'J \tonb pondoat-oL.d soatter.wW. moat. be not al-nd b. turn4 br the writer.nnUM oatf.d, I it cost him something to do do.' ,lIe reached ever\will he;'found.Ve. -'ope,thateveryman.woman GentiluablI"paper sired,e'1"l li.,' SEKrlSSSsiyou: ,1. ,
iI1! : : v: u to'm'letf :
for ams, .0
,. into his own pocketbook; took"out a nickle \ :: and chjld, to see neglected to par enclosed ,, :

...J, .in.; :, "I1:'."'(Bnt.r.4-ta the 'Pottotfle in ICI..imms.'FrorldL and handed it to, the business man ;with crazy> aboutbetterhighways.; ., Jy check square to settle,old 70u'11 account find, also t tmy ; to r.pew .'' has been working to looks a. though. '.
U,a'COD4-otaaa Shit
t. matter) reault. I
'' the remark that he would lend him the necessary 'We're crazy;n ""*,?*"* '; .. .obscripUon.__.L_..,,._..,,_._._.'.._.,._:..A.- tft'.,.. .yCa.--.- without the t.ult'most;11e in,;yourf offlc.Will 1! :._ :; ,.. .

\\/jf .V- ,: $. *Rs1UhI1AY8EPTEMBER" ,;: ; 10, 1915,, fare. The business man, somewhat We'd like,to talk, about nothing else,'because hi,lieUlg.lOmeWna1i vuy\''Pralri and -being',a vtaltof ">'not plea.e uive.u our ,county- )te

.,#>:. I': \; ; _____ I nonplussed ;;by such unusual action'ac; we believe that great arteries of goodwyimes twice. Ito must: have a lad an;idea of going I :. ,read I' ,-to'\
; "' / "CLGANLINESE nevertheless and brick ,port JvdaU Kissimmee ne..papermenu ourpapeeachweek 'a 'qato .
cepted to
; :" : ', AND GOOD WATER" >> graciously hand. running throughout'the state of Flor! achUw r
"of :
ed the pickle back ida'will ". vthe- C1'Odwtb.and. ,the weather reporta,1'CJ'OP reports!'.! : ; .'t- .
\ -:- to pay for his ride. do more than any one other agency Y get watch the develoment, OJ; -.r ..

_ .L I ;That cleanliness and pure water are the The conductor returned to his station in to develop the state and to bring to us --.tQr. J.BUEHLEL success et4'also the country to pnerally.: One "' \". \

r (two best 'assets' of any city or ruction as a the rear of the car, but in a few minutes thousands of new citizens to people the Greely; Co very much ve;J' pf'*,"p ""

tourist .resort is the message brought back he was back at the side of the seat occu lands that ''are now idle. Give the peoplea Mr. E. E. Naurfe, Mci:1. : 28'ia.. your and I.."want i.(,J 1.Ita w; I

from ,the north by John M. Lee, 'a prominent pied by the business! man. This time he means to travel and they will come. They Valley Gazette. lhnJqee visits Hoping agate lOOn -to -i.e "" ,,'tj'I
Dear
Sir .
: La t Mar I .. ;l
another want to see Florida. But better still give t ..
citizen of Kissimmee. brought nickle in his hand with $1.50 to pay tor the Gazette for, :7.. AAL DER.\ '
ti '.' ):Mr. Lee's suggestion that the city cleanup the remark : "Mv friend. here's another- the farmer and automobilist the roads and year. It, came. regularly until July. 'rat., 5,6th Are, Greely.-Cola 1:1"; :1":
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: ,and keep .clean and that we build frbuir stickle, you'll need it to come home this he will want to live here.. '. ;: '

r r visitors a free swimming pool, where evening." Again the business man was The occasion of this raving from our e ouglt In two'weeka jrom'tlt., ,
eat
t .'\they may enjoy our pure' water is a suggestion taken by surprise, but again he accepted road-crazed brain is the fact that hundreds Sblte Press Comment owing!. ,of teiye.d., The Sndaa'grew <<
that we should h ed.n\ with a word of thanks. of good roads boosters yesterday gatheredat I I six: Inches In height 'q'' n .o' : '
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r It 11 I' ,The cleaning up is a movement in whichwe Two days later Manager Hardy Croom, our neighboring town of Lakeland to from the. seed At' or'e'j+ite :

may all take part and one in which we. of the Jacksonville Traction company, received attend the Central Florida Highway asso The other day-1. asked a man when. says he I. af ld''to.-q-b_ sot i it..: J '-u
,.'should. not need to be urged to begin. The I a letter which contained ten cents ciation. They caine from everywhere. in he was going to make the handsome. grew; for DO one' would uen lit;'<'- ,-$

.i4I most selfish man can be induced to clean in coin, and a nicely worded eulogy of the automobiles, just to talk and fuss about improvements about his premises This experiment could be'repeated ;

up his property, even if he doesn't want to !conductor, whose name and number he had good roads. Let 'em fuss. It only shows I which be had so long been contemplat: byany! one who could And the loam; 'A,(

: 'help Improve this city, from the simple fact secured so that hemight repay the loan. their determination to have the roads. A ing. He told me that he wait too hard or any other soil as rich in nitrogen' .' fI./'+:

.J: 'that+ ', the appearance of his property enhances I The letter contained a request that the good row over anything proves that theca up to do it now-and the next day his ed on In his place, and it U widely! dl tribuU :

; ' its value and often leads to a profitable 'money be given to the conductor named and u. belli (whatever that is) is worth wife and two children came-back froman this tatev Florida Timev-Unionj ').11

t >. 'I transfer, if he is holding it as an investment. -; that he be rewarded by the company, if the having. Just so it is with good roads.. If extended trip in the north. The After Florida has all the good;
[ '' But there to be I the if didn't trip did not cost less than $200. The reads the \
\, ought enough I occasion for promotion should ever arise. people were. apathetic: they: propoa"" roaila will--- WII.- n_ I
improvements, "i'
i drlc-pride in all of us to Want people to Manager CroOm was also told in that letter care .wnerei TIUB route'or-inat went, mere his which would have made Florida. In other words, the bondholders ."
leave after visit with words would be roads holdings worth strut f800 more, will foreclose on the eounUeiand .
our city a of that if of the no or route It is this
more of
: employes public would have cost him
about $100 in
.,. 'r.r-pra1. e for the manner in which we "keep service would follow rivalry which proves the virulency: of the real take all.-Time Union. ,; ,
corporations the For
example money. reasons of this sort thereis The
/ house." good roads disease. We've all it bad railroads that own the Times-
II-. of this young man, there would bea got many a man handicapped. Of course, Union be I.
to know
: may supposed their
:No good housewife wants her neighbors and there is no hope for our .
there
kindlier feeling toward the companiesand recovery. must be "fun"-but fun at the business; nevertheless
,or,,her visitors to see her home in an untidy less .jf ,the prevalent attitude of an- We're going to keep on being crazy about expense of improvement does not pay.Another privilege of doubting if, we good reserve roads the allover ""l}

: f, /condition.. So citizens should feel in regard tagonism.The good roads until every part of this great man I know stated that he Florida will really hurt it
A' to their "home city." There is evi- state is a perfect network of highways. : couldn't pay a little electric bill of five And that foreclosure y'w
of the scare doesntgo
deuce that the visitors to Florida this win- Ipanager street car company Then we will be willing to die of the disease dollars-because it was taking all his a bit. Why, long before of "
to the occasion. He any ,
arose
:'ter will come in greater numbers than ever saw an oppor- with the disease or any other Way, ready money to go on the excursion those bonds become due the who!.

: ., l; ,before and now is the time to prepare to tunity to place before his employees the whether grammatically correct or not. to Havana. I figure that the man United States will have gone dry, and
l J ''receive them. real value of courtesy. He called the young who spends money in that fashion is the people of Florida will have saved
conductor before him one morning and assembled having his fun at the expense of someone enough
:Mr. Lee's other suggestion in regard to money from what now goes to .
wl, ." I.a.swimming pool is one which has often the whole force of conductors em WHY NOT MEET HERE else. It don't look fair to me- Jacksonville alone for booze to pay' \
ployed by the He read the letter and I'm sure that such acts are most all the
good roads
been company. bonds in Florida. i.j
? agitated. It has been suggested that -:"*"**
and then placed it the bulletin boardin embarrassing to person's. purse.: St Petersburg Times. ... .
upon
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the overflow of the city water plant be used For several weeks now the state press Palm Beach Post.
for this purpose and the idea is a good one. a frame, where it still remains, as the has been giving considerable attention to -+- Under the prayerful; I headine : ,

r 'i The water which now goes to waste is a story goes. He accompanied this action the holding of the proposed meeting to or- We saw in the Times-Union where teach us to swim," The Lakeland.C...,;"
Y'Y'a ''I' with a neat speech upon the treatment of the editor of the Tampa" Tribune had has
dead loss.- This is no criticism of the ganize a cattlemen's association among the gram an editorial on the, ai 5
r \plant;for were it not so we would not IN- patrons.: stockmen of Florida. They have talked of said that he saw in the Tallahassee of the EastUnd in which it -lei vel WI a "

,, :: equipped for emergencies. No water plant Hut that was not the end. holding it in Jacksonville, in Tampa, in Record an article copied from the Miami a glimpse into the future by the .

vuses ,every gallon of its water to supply, The young conductor felt his heart swell any number of places, but we want-to go Pensacola Metropolis Journal to the stated effect that that the the when lowing prophecy: "The day is comif i i.' ,*' .
Its patrons. There must always be with pride, but he did not allow the incident every normal boy in America ?:
; a surplus on record right here and now with the Florida Metropolis had published an (and girl too, perhaps '.r'
kf ) can swim ,
t or there surely will l>e a deficiency at ] to cause him to become too selfsatisfied statement that Kissimmee is the place.to editorial stating: that Dixie was authority box and wrestle and do all the and f'

''r' "c 's times.., But if we had a swimming pool over the incident. He continued to bv hold that meeting. Probably more cattle' for the statement that the athletic stunts necessary for the usual development i," '

''erected at or near the city plant the water courteous and to look after the interests of are shipped from this city to the markets Zolfo Springs Truth made the assertion of a healthy body--all thla ? if;;

tram/:this overflow could be directed into his employers. The result was that he was than from any other single point in the that the Starke Telegraph\ had is a matter of course and part.of the) ,, ,.-J*

''I' jtheVi; bol, andTby-control of the inlet and watched by his superiors and when the occasion stdte. Osceola county's prairies annually quoted the Punta Gorda' Herald with educational system of the age- nd\ k

t outlet the:'pool could always ,be supplied, arrived Was given a promotion to produce thousands of stock cattle a large stating that Col. Gilchrist would beFlorida's the boy who can't do these sthinga'V:'

\with:a;,flowing'stream of fresh water. an inspectorship and later to another and number of the cattlemen have their homesin next governor.-MacClenny will be unpleasantly "'conspicuous'( f .?

a '1> iu'eh'short not< going to attempt to say on higher post of duty with the company until or near Kissimmee All of these facts Standard. among hit fellows.: And when, .that" 'I!

lot. .; ,.. t "notice. ttnd:without! any definite today he is one of the trusted lieutenantsof should make this city the'ideal place for a 1 understand, -that-0- 'every, candidate. pistoltotert time arrives, there will',; be.;no, more'
.
: " ;'8tt1d.Y..of the proposition just how it be the manager: "** ,. : and bullies and lynching
:i. I I". .. : can meeting Of this sort. for higher office in this state,Is in cor* mobs for universal "
;""" j"', ...1: i' '''hen$ed,\but we believe that there are many Does/'rou'rt ay'pay'r >. Ask:him. t ,We have often urged that the cattlemen respondence with the headquarterssome 'of. ... -re, pect will have J self-co'nndenc makes: *andj: ; ..' .

,"::1 : tr:\8.w; ) .t19,:who Can 'solve the problem in I automobile association to learn !if, ,.tbeplac,, .S. .. ';"
I"'; : The'other story was: !a similar one except organ.ize'lor their own benefit 8I d-for the ofthese: three agencies'(?) of;; civilly- "
.:r',,,',, ? :'aDsras1oaatisfaetory manner.. 'At, leash* the in this'instance the one party was a'woman beneflt-of the industry,. Unity"of purposeand the manufacturers< will furnish him a cation. ] Our bodies are'the temples:'of' :
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":,: ". *' 'Board(of' ,Trade, City_Council and. other traveler-and the other an employe'of a'rail 'co-operation mean much for the Individuals free machine with which to make his the living God and;we, should :'giva

; r civic bodies should give the matter their road. He knew what courtesy meant and in any line of business and although consideration triumphant trail of the territory- 4he them only less attention than ,' '.'':,.J 1..

attention. ,for. -we, -'believe, that what ban went lust a little farther than the rules- of I it has been only recently that; the er's son of 'em being will that give every at least moth- minds and souls.-;..GafoesvHle.Su'n/

r ,,f t, '!. '.proven: 'a good thing eisewnere coma also the company to make pleasant the trip of farmer and stock raisers have appreciated twenty-line notice in each address to a I The Atlantic-Coast Line railroad )li
,be made
"_.y.i' '.t one here.. .. this elderly passenger. She wrote the company that fact they are beginning to awaken to "my intelligent audience." I'm almost preparing to send 'anexhibiUoa: train '

"l, (r'-' .'r.l -. .r. .. ; of his actions and as a result he waswatched needs of organization all over the coun tempted to run for something myself all over' the country' and attract home., )

; /. ) ,<":- .PAYS.TO.:. BE COURTEOUS and advanced in the service of the try. -but it might 1 be a run for safety.- seekers to the South, and is preparing ... "y

"i. ':> '.\ Courtesy. costs nothing and yet it may company to a more lucrative position. We say by all means organize, whereverthe Thorn, in Palm.Beach: Post. to issue some valuable"* booklets ::on t

, '.,"x "a1r big.;dirldcnds.q But there is another lesson that we all meeting is held, but hold the meeting, POTASH. FROM-GREEN+- ranks Florida. We bid you 'welcomftoiUi.: I
of the '
":q, ' ; Mee'r1 l sordid .to take such a comnterv't can learn from these little stories. if possible, in. some cattle raising section, SAW PALMETTO ROOTS your elbow." boosters and; "power:;'$. ..y'

:; + .,:; \v1e"Point of a,, subject which should We are all prone to "write the boss" preferably in the premier cattle section of -Florida Grower.; .1 ;

t't ,,:' ']i tbe:treated.frbmaj purely characterbuild1ng'Ja$18rbut when some employe is at fault in our estimation Florida, right here in Kissimmee. A friend who takes great interestin FOUR HUNDRED DE':1\: :..ilj..
( COUNTY
in'.these: of . the question of home supply of CAl"LEToIEAs"- 'O;:'
!- days moneymakr" -, and sometimes we are ourselvesa . .
,..a f5tog/'ambition and scramble for power, one bit to blame for not.encouraging courtesy 'I potash has been making some experiments King and P.rkerHalui"BI.ifShrpaHet.'Wlth \: ] . .

.'S/" :rmust;'place .a; value upon even the by our own treatment of ,those who serve ADVERTISING IS THE NEWS ABOUT with the saw palmetto. The More to Follow'First..

...{ '.;' <"{.,:i. & cr..and: 'nobler things, that perchance us. But if we must "kick," we: can' also MERCHANDISING.! potash roots of in this them plant, he says, show the of',*Next,--.-Wee.k.7.J: ,"
on cross-section.
5 'J: R" ) .)' etQ amay 'thus be led to adopt them in commend, and that is the lesson on thq -.- can be tasted and will make It Arcadian-Four hundred, head :ot' ,W"

.: ; -) -- :T.&eIr:plan of life. other side of these tales. "There is nothing closer to the heartsof smart_ u u.me. root. is_ applied.. to it.a'cut The ker Cattimpanywer., 'SS.n Par.".. J:}(

.{ ' '" ,10"" '<.few. days ago.the Writer' heard a story, Let's help along those who show by their the reading public than the live news j potash is held loosely in. the cells 'of . will go( to Jaxas? .to: be Joa put
,J"i!t' ' ;' :i ;,in ?f act two-of them, which so amply ex- actions an endeavor to protect their em concerning buying opportunity," said an the root, the wall of which are thin the range, preparatory; tgttattening' tori:; ''t/'
l"? \.' J:: ;:fenoplified'the; ; :value of.courtesy in the busIness ployer's interests arid 'Who go a little: be? authority: on advertising in a recent discussion and break down easily. In .conse are not northern of Jarce.elze.packers.,but!''rThes*'.eattli #'}).t
'
", : r t' world,that it occured to him to note yond the'duties required( them. When of newspapers and advertising.When quenee, the mineral leaches out 'and ing the choice of .the>-.consumers are beeon-for; r

\ ". R"*1. '1;.iitf nhere; ; for and' tenderness,,of: the ,t' r\1>'

'. { iitaJtle.' v ;It tg the'dutyf:. we. believe'of the when'he shows that'he.Wanta'to'do,: '' '*Just a the reader is eager to learn the truth, about preserve it; hence the roots must be I meats che.p'et, :and there* ,while" they; are bough',,.... 'A .;
,1 :'J::.* ...-'JQ; passalong the good things which : any useful article or that is the burned while green an easier thing In ,,thU -enonnoue'pro1ita .
little more than he Is.paid! ,for,;doing! suppose process on big'enorprlse.\ romthe; facfr?>
.. ,t ..i : market to do than one might suppose.He that our untold :.: j
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etOhis"attention. and will
,I.: we do as.these two pesson&dld! ., Sup- intelligently and conscientiously acreage of prairie and,'4 ..
j. had I timber lands ,
,'I y ** l:Qsi etort was"something'like 'thief i.rominentFloridiau pose we'bring it to the attention 6f his employers i. setout 'to supply this news by one.also a interested blowpipe in analysis:.the, ; made sacs.of natural.furnish.vegetation'ench.an'' abuud-l j :$11\Io.\;;" .' -
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;: .:;;!.r.-rJ' ,:"f,: ;p' : ,: ,. who" has iuade ''so,that';his'coUrtesy,may, bo .made about merchandising, ,he will have gone a expert In' that method and the latter I tto-Mui.at.wilI.: .and feast upon theses; >;(.1.ti' 't

t,' '. of life, b th'dnancla11,+and other- to pay;?*In ito"dolagwe: may,by the examplein long way toward 1lmlnating''any element found a potash content of 38: owner grasses ftwhateTer,withoat'&nY'1Upense'; to"tile,'"> 6,.
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}r'4..'., ..-.f'#, r;1t a,Jefta''smaller:' "city in: the,/state v his ','case lead..others'to,.adopt.' courtesy of ,luckor' accident;from his, calculationsas in the ashea. 'its': ,the:experiment Jug) theotwithinthe,. : ;: f nrthe home ''nce..tharikeep.. ., /: ; 'oi,
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,, ', 'to:1 kitfuphisresidence!; ' in Jacksonville; as:'one item'in:.their'code-pf;:business, ambition to the results of his'advertising eta on'at''Gainesville;lI \found .:in ,The.. nOl'Jnona. ----- -d""ft---...._ ".'vc.__ Amen.. __ ..;:rgn '' "i\\

Fr: ,' ..reIi1'geld, ) 'oL ndeav r''ilwouldbe ;even','If:they'can,' not:;be indueed'to fusing a'newspaper. 1i is"kn<>wn: for the some., ,Belie I4-.:that the c :roots- from becoming can mts,quite'sttracuy,from'the forei markets Ja '''i4.';_,
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;1 ,Ihe ,bad;not been', accustomed' to do. vsO purely'as". : ';a; ''moral;itenv"; truthfulness, ,of?its REte'rances'and'for i ;': the! differentFlorida. <:soils might ,..differn .Rtsndwhil.we'at; : ': ; not at the free :Ii':'fl ; '
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'1 bpon1* c8r In"his, j homo1 "..'-,, .." :'_'_, J.G' it takes. } the::;amount'of"that" nera ''!o'b.J art to any contracts 'being informed.. .
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,," . :' ,city \1- 3 i --*, ,ri ": care: ,keep; : its(advertising: found< { Orders from' to' euoblv r'
W' {f 4il:11v! d, so' littler need for small change;in' i It Is:solemnlyetahd: that"'.the ;wife;of'';aininiatera&West. columndas'well! : as! its reading'columns any \\ia thelr.be., :he'deeire4"tbat,; anp-odnee, twice mars 1;county

... r' .(tif6' 1tdlf: $ ll!o't
'5 '' ''''''ouC'uponahnsinesa'daywithoutr ; ;: : rjed'threestimes: .. :IIereniaiden,name-was usercan'co; :: t..with ,almost'mathematical .; ? hot charcoal ;lire"area< aW bevel/our' prairies; feeding'-grat;; - .

t *:edDy.r!];he i s.pockets.; .,.. He 'did this hot Partridge;{beg;; first J, h'usbahd was', 'iiamet] cetkiesi"ors; /the. benefit he .will .receive ordinary "ch re oat 'furnace' ; ,,he'/feof an it herds.J-,1Tb county are.;growing Tuttle: ''nter.staJn,, DeSoto.,. &"b i''

,, ,: aery: :strictceri \ibut:..juatiutbif. Robins,',her' l second,'',gp'arrow,' the'' present} from-_ -', an},'n ligentpresentatloti;. of his \vit$:thin slices;j>>(' 'green" :''palmetto become: an :asset of,untold dailyKwhtchlp.a value.; . 1.\\
: ;... ........, ." .t n ; aro7 now'..two''Itobins' ;; '" 1 (' .j V' -.J root until he had .' of .. ; /n
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,, .f.4 1 fciort' .jstey;'iiJ..:.:ekidnv1Uehejnz :' ; '- Sparo'There},; ; three; little .Quallea'Jin, ;! : the J I : ,The" # pii'-" ><";:that is fouildc.on:; 'truth ,mixed"ibJa/wlth' IS, ,ri1t'acid ,'W Si1iy'boy"j :. she,eiidw'LOVJ'ar:: : 7'y"' > ., ''rgel.effrid.dt'hugh

!" ....L':4": >>to't I#IJi' '-old faniily."ipngrandfather;; was "\.namedSwaaiittd ..pI# ;AHMct, :tbeylest'\advertislng! ;,-axial to phosphate'and hlatk'loam t ; to;the)pros mywomis'we .. _;
.. .iitt.' +a str'eet; :car ; another-Jay: '.bntr he'i portion of 2'per cent of,..the ashe. ldper ieveretyoa; ;*Igat v.e,4san'that 'Y '
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S. .. 't ,pti.ei'I.fo, and"it' BL,'of I*..Paradistr,-J. ":IN.b.to'.nie: iiawk' which;there.:Is,BA:higherrn'likQ, '[to of the'add phophate' ''aad 88pet"tent'of'thi''a ":' Welt. ,", .he.k"+6p lIed'magn.oitmousiq: ..
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to.takr scUou'Ii 1 ', their"b bai.f. ''I1. that the'vegetables ,can I be manufac ?

:TO PREVENT Okeechobee Call says, DASHEEN FOUND TO THRIVE l tured Into a flour as fine as the finest .

The following petition'has been sent : : wheat flour, and that it can be used as ':.':TILLS, ..

: to>,the Ilonw W. J., Sears at Kisslm- .. . . at least a uartial'substitute for wheat 'I
' } HOG CHOLERA"HEREi mee Florida signed by every prominent !. : flour.' .Efforts are now being made to i ,Real Estate\': J,s r

'. ,. h-o:.'., ... ; and bona-fide- citizen.of this sec WELL IN ALL PARTS OF OFFLA establish a. dasheen. -. mUling. .'industry'I juujwJW
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t DEMONSTRATOR: :EVANS ASKS ""We the undersigned, all bona-flde .' : i One 'of the latest discovered"'uses < Really: bought aid, soU.. :.: i"

COUNTY:COMMISSIONERS TO citizens of the city of Okeechobee ,t-.. ', -Jo'. ", '.1 n. -.1',' I I tor:the milled dasheen' product'is as 4, .J HouseIented., ,.'.i.> 'Vil I'. ., t
Florida,, personally interested and by 1 a breakfast food, and those who have -
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\I" REPORT CASES IP ,SO Taxes Paid TiUeV
\ rr' our own toil now developing this, Crystal'Springs..-Withln the last the hotels and restaurants could :do' used It'sy'that'th. familiar breakfast . :" ; 1
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r/: .rt' ''THAT tilE ::MAY 'TREAT'' HOGS one of the great fertile areas of South few :years the United 'States Agricultural the'state a real service, for certainlyit foods have nothing. .over. dasheen. . ', for'noa-restdenU.: Aoad; eet; \ ,
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;1c? .' #:WITH SERUM-GIVES OUT BUG- Florida, having within the short spaceof Department' has. been experimenting .! is a service to'help create'a market' breakfast food." ' *' .Hre. 'Ufe and. : ;'ft... '

1" GESTIONS. seven months built up from our in Florida with a plant. grown for a product that can be p "od\1cecl31L _._Thesethlngs ,suggest the" possibilities ,,.uruct-; *- + '.1. \
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,.. ". ..- ... t ownefforts 'and-reeoercee,-business inotherenittn>plcar parts, of .the the"value. 'of 'i millions' of dollars annually _.-. .that there are for4h.'people' Bonds SS
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{, ', B. L.Evane, ; farm demon- and enterprise heretofore unprecedented world. and used In such places to a by the people of .the state.;. Florida in this"newvegetable, which ." Indemnity. ,' ..,..... '. ..,.'. ;
i:"' '4' county in volume In that length of considerable or great extent as a food! Should. Advertise: DasheenlAs can be produced within the United
.; 4atrator, wants to prevent any epidemic time and,in avirgin territory, havingdrawn product. It has boen found that this matter of and self nter- States.only in those states having a ,.
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a pride -
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; 'of-hog cholera: Osceola county and to ourselves from the outside plant thrive. in Florida. It has been climate similar to ,,Florida's. The
est Florida.should 'leading .and notfollowing ... ,. .
be ,
.t ''appeared before the county,, commiti world, Individuals and companies, found that it is palatable and nutritious In the. ad question is,' .ball ''".:make,th.'mOlt ,-- -'". <
r i r aioners Monday asking that the mem- some of which have. wide reputation ; that it can: be served in not onlyevery or doing nothing of the possibilities t' "
.' Mr" ofMhe board assist him in the of the dasheen. The Unit < M. IEr1N' '
already as handlers upon a large scale way that one of the great'staple Mates Department of Agricultureand Mv.foimed ,c.w.o I : ,
-work by reporting any cases they may of products the natural resources of crop. of the whole United States can British school girls agirls'patriode : .
'']tear of. so that he treat herdsin some Individuals are endeavoring ,! union;, the object of :
may this part of the state,who are aboutto be served but that It can be used in : .
which cases an tfotuuL add of to introduce the dasheen in the north.. which.,Is,toy aid in,the relief work,, j ' ( ...
. greatly to our volume. even a greater variety ways, owingto Mr. L. B. Adams who spent a numberof ". ::1 : ... anii : ..
The commissioners promised him SUpI. FaacrGROCERIES "
"Now finding ourselves seriously its distinctive flavor and other qual .; ... ., . .
in Florida last 'winter -
weeks investigating -
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their aid in this. matter. Mr. Evans Although of "
/ "handicapped if not absolutely balkedof ities.. It has been found that flour and age t' '
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also presented the ,Gazette with the further development by inadequate otb mill products can be manufacturer the dasheen indu.tI7.IIU. Mrs., Elisabeth Taylor still works.behind .
r following copy of suggestions for the facilities for proper handling of our from It and that such flour Is, now worklnf.amon& the' hotels 'and the counter in her:tobacco storeIn )

prevention and treatment of hog cholera rapidly growing business, do hereby in many cases, a most agreeable snb r York city to induce Manchester, England.. : .' :'. ', .", ..
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.. which was prepared by Dr A. 11 petition stittte for wheat flour. It has been them to give dasheens a trial on .wwrswuwuPUe. Jq, }I
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,, Logan, U. ,S.. veterinary field agent, "That you at once, for bur relief demonstrated by actual production their tation menus.with Mr.He R.has AI] been Young in, of consul the Cored. .. o'to. 14' Day ,, Free Delivery, to aH ParUoftfaeCtty . -1,,

wno -is located at Gainesville: and the future and lasting good of this here in Florida that this plant will Bureau of Plant Industry, Agricultural Tomr 4rntfM 'will ,....... momrf'UOIHTVBMT 'PaSO .J" '' ,
; To Farmers of Florida if'armers community, place before the proper produce from one hundred to five bun- ..... to mr. .." CM. of ."" ...... .
t Department, at Washington. and .... '
themselves, ean- domuch Bllod.BIMUm radtarllMlaetol4Un. .,
Government .red bushels of food .
authorities the product
or
deplor- more
a; Mr. Young, in a letter, to the writer, TX am.pp1IcaUaa.._JUM..suet sop.
'toward the of ti A '
preventing spread hogcholera
%' able condition of the Onoshohatchee to the acre, equal in value at'leut to states that the department < ,
thus placing swine raising as a means of transportation for such a like amount of potatoes. with Adams In his wore 9n
b erate Mr.
i and feeding firmer and ,
on a more a volume of business as we are how These things have been demonstrated .
states further that the department is
j profitable base To this end the following < 1JTicJFavorite
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'are offered attempting to handle through said -and yet It is safe to say that not planning campaign among the wo- 1 ."" : ,
suggestions : river; an average .of 10,000 tons per one person out of a thousand in Floe men's dubs in various cities of the
To Cholera From achlqI '
} Keep Hog Your Herd. year. ida has ever tasted this food product. North to educate the ladles of those 4,4k;I '"Sto -r>>-KadmmerFURNITURE -'" L'
I "That recommend to such authority .
i 'lots and :you and hatrobablLat not more than a organisations in the uses and the value
Locateyourbog l
.w *1- pasturesaway the immediate despatch.an :
half dozen hotels within the state of the dasheen. W are indeed
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from streams and public high'ways engineer to this city for the purpose could a person get a serving of it,if "advertised by our loving friends being "
} and do not allow the hogs to run '
'of thoroughly inspecting the river andrecommending it.
for
he should call
do
but why not some advertising on
free .
a range. work necessary to put The plant and food product referred ;
own account T
,, Do not visit your neighbor or allow same in navigable condition. our ? ,
to I. the dasheetiv a lilylike plant produ.inlr And such adv rtUing a. here'pro
him to visit if either of havehoir
you, you "That use privilege of access :
3 you your a bulb or tuber somewhat similar posed will cost nothing. The hotel men
,7 cholera on your premises.Do to the Government records in ascertaining to the Irish potato. the dasheen .. . .
will make on they
... not drive into hog Iota when returning whether, or ,not the usual Brooksville the seat of the Agricultural ! money
was and it will certainly be to their
from market .after serve .. .
-r or driving set'aside for jvavi- .
EM.rgency.Fund In'
; on publio highways.Uo gable streams, is available. for- Im-. the raising Department'of dasheens,experiment and probablymore I interest' to give the new vegetable: .Hotels all 'I'I"
fit the .,prominencepossib1o. are :
not use hog Iota for yarding wa mediate relief in this instance.' tubers have been .W'E' .EfL fLT.
< . of the produced supported by thendu.trles'of their HAVE I !
and farm .
gong implements. I'
there boen the
has call
I, Never a on there than anywhere else In th state localities. ,Th. business seem to come ; ,1,
Do not place newly purchased stock .
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Government 'for the:expenditure,; ofthe But the experience of settler at from but it is brought here by : ,
."tock'Meured.or loaned for breedingpurposes . . .
Federal ,taxes .more just and necessary c..a-I '
or stock exhibited at a.county than this tal Springs and elsewhere has the industries and business existing. in ',' -' ,. ,, . "\,
e. that-they can be produced not the community. To create new Industries .' I' i ', ', ;:, '
fair,?'with your herd.;' Keep: such On .hohateh.. Is 'navigablestream I 't .. :
The ; 0\ .
a rich hammock lands, such< most of means to create new businessfor ," .. \ 1'<:,"' \ >-, ' ,<' "" d l t\!\ .
stock: quarantined at least. two weeks; and,recognized as one by the ; : } ,
Brooksville
experiments rat were eeaaectioM with'e Hardware t '
and use'care to prevent carrying infectionfronT'these Government,. it being under their con the land the hotel This Is even true as t.r i ;}: Ia ., Bee:we eti* tfiss&iSUM & .
made, but on flatwoode pine .
yY' to other .pena, in trot"A year ago then was no imperative and,tha't'.the yield on'such land"willrun 'relates.,and'to .the homeseekera.go tourist tradefortourists ,Only. ., f raitrue. We smake 'a specialty. 'ef. '"tittkf. .fcsass.... aid ... ,. }
feeding and attending stock.-< : that this, river .hould.be '.11
nee/J tofour, hundred Jtrashels to the ...dIe reliable 'I.
up find .
; where they. something doing or . .
Burn to ashes with ,
? or cover quicklime put ", In' condition to handle; andamount c.' .' '"
'and bury under four feet of earth'r of trafAcNow things are dif acre. good prospects of something to be doing 5 5 5 t'. ; .I '
Easily.What'blls
Grows *
+''r all:dead animals and ,the'viscera re- and the more industry there Is in '' ;
: ferent. already been done in the :Bed Room.. Furniture Dining
the ;
a.\locality'th. pulling :
' o, (moved from animals", at butchering. ];The petition says that 10,000 tons of production of dasheens In Florida,i for. hotel business.The ., ,
\time'.because they attract the attention traffic .over'this-stream in ,the power :

goes show.that be
tends to they can produced RoomSuits'KitchenOutfitsI .
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of which i use of the dasheen as a vegetable : -
buzzards'dogs.-etc
are. course ;' of twelve months. This it profitably, (at least as a crop, of utilities It
is its
liable to carry hog cholera infection. much below the rightful, figures as for home consumption) in a great, only one Suits Chairs Rockers r, '
demonstrated two lor Odd '
\ Confine 70Ul'do&s: and do'not keep if was years agothrough
not ,
+ tnere are fully 15,000 tons more many localities In:the state-probably the efforts'of' ',, ? United : ; ,
pigeons unless-you confine them. that is by,boat -1 ,, '
transported
annually no vegetable be'1'Owumore widely : ; '
.. can States of Agriculture Couches *
Department Etc. ,
'if. Hog Cholera Appears In Your Herd. from the lake bOkeechobe.and' .from in Florida than-this one. .. I , ; :a :
r Treat'70ur bop 'bnmedlate17 with Okeechobee to the lake.; There seems to be wonderful possibilities -- .
t S <;; anti-hog cholera serum,' after which. For'the-trantlportation, of such 'an .for Florida in this'newvegetable. '' 'I.
they should be kept on a light diet immense*amount of freight it 1s only . i .. ...
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$ : recerd '
< ( and! drinking water and confined EXIT CALOMELNo Tab store .U laakiat;,a: fer itoebMi: ) tke.smatter efr: :.a'
pure lust'and right that the government And is .
., ; yet almost nothing being i' to'..Iia .....:, 'c a.' aid aM.;.' Oar ui ,
"" to limited quarters that may be clean- in the cause ff added. commerce,and done in Florida advertise the dasheen kelpiag. people .; yrice. .
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: -. ed :daih"and"sprayed.three times a trade take step* tending toward'the: "q "I\! .....L. .. ....... ..... .. ... ..
; ,to the'residents of the state or to ,-5-, 1.1'... ,. .
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"':week with,one part compound ere.sot' Immediate dredging. and straighteningof the people'that come to vleit"it.' ' ,- ."... . ...... :.., ,._ '. ( ,.
=..-- solution:to thirty,parts of wateriuntilithsdieeaae this river. .
It is a custom all over the world forthe More Nasty Disagreeable .
} has-abated in the :tin doing this:they will add'to'thetaxable hotels and restaurants in any" par' .- .. ., ', : ..... ,ft. ', ''Kf ,-
b.,, 'lord., 'To'obtain the best results the property from 'which they,expect ticulac locality to make a specialty Effects '

f v serum must bet j administered before .. to derive their.Federal'income.t the food products of that locality 'I r t 1 \ TOOLS. FOR; :ENGINEERS:)". w.If" .
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the disease has progressed the herd. Every person Interested In this mat that : ', :- .,. '
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Uculariy.thole are ;; ;
peculiar pa..1
;a ",.';To .Rid Premises.oMafectlon. tor'would do well to write a letter to and,not pssally'te'behad.in LIV-VER-LAX rapidly taking! .r' : a'
Remove all manure 'and saturate Mr: Sears,"Congressman,and senator places: Such a practice is a the place of calomel everywhere.*''It is ,i Y Ne matter what IdX ef.u Eaiia.'y.. kave.-Gas, Sbar; : ,

ry ; '*with quick.Lime t4J'> :rr-' : ""> t j and,anyone else that'may be In advertising< feature for, the' hotel. orre.taurant..and just as effeitive.. cleansing the systemthoroughly i, ''RaOraad'w $Stationary,.....we ..,. exactfy:tae Teeb yesji,

4 Burn all*IHtejv I rubbish: I ;and eld hog a position to help .consummate this no doubt it has much of bile, toning feeling liver, : weed Ja yearsryday'wekr-WratIn-Hammerr; OSeey... j .ti

''troughs,f ' ,thetVrerrrtsesare4 '
i After thoroughly and do it in such a manner that who- those '' '? ,,- like magleAjYet It Is pleasant > "
products. Ir'r.
cleaned,.'spray floors-walls and other ever you'i write"towill, '!snow that it .... would seem that tthe'hotels wIt and to take,and has none of the disagreeable surprise. ye. .., ;TfcIs store ku Ae"repotatie* ef'.cIiar.: 'N.,:' v


surfaces with,eli.infectant';(one' part is urgent.. N '. 'i. 4 .. **_ 'I. / restaurants aU over.Florida should be after effects'that.make. .us oread" '........ tkat'.Is af mperler. q.a&y.aad yet'wffl tasks m. Me.>'
? ":compound,cresol solntionMtothirtyparts : !,,- Florida calomel so ranch:. *) *: W- ,; t '
; water)., Where hog houses are [ '- ,.p.. Worth Boasting',About:,_\ . dish serving:, There dasheens are .0'JpaDy.appetU1n&special F.el'lln.'aU the Vine.:. ,.fai. UV- take .fa c *Iaf..km.NOW_all tarpadfa< earblj ddf. p t '

:mall tarn 'them. over exposing,. .Interior ,-, The'ro.er,Clyde has:been brought In-which"this vegetable be VER-LAX regularly andhealth" becomes > ;';. : i';; .
may '
ways
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a to' sunlight.C ; to its>present state navigable perfection served that it would make a valuable a habit.'', ;;- :

, ;Wallow holes and..,less pools'ahould.be .by dredging,and the Glasgow addition to.>the menu. of any hoteL : Guarantee.: Every" 'genuine .,bottle '
k ,. ,filled In,*drain.d. or fenced off.,.,,, folk are very proud of their success. And within a short time if the Floridahotels' bears the likeness of &IK., .,''Grlgsby, '
;AIl runs-under buildings;should becleaned. ., One day a party 'American tourist :Osceola Hardware t Comiwny
r ,' ." "and,)restaurants were servingdasheene and, If it'does not p..' ...t1atact1onyoUI' ,,. '
+ aDdji.thCIDrded : turned nI.b1a-
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an'dWnfpet.d np iheifpo.eeat. regularly,, the ."vegetable .
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.. : will be returned. For ,
"'1" money ; -- ,
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r'** ...-.. ul'.' ? ,| r torte streami 1 t would be known ana talked about allover ,
fa.>Destroy bog? that 4cui&: fully ire- ,'Call this : the,United States and the demand ale in the bl&.6Oc and ills' bottleeatOsceola' . .. .fJ .., :c

? ,;cover as they maybe. '.carriers of,chol-" "Say..it's a;diteh'eomparedrwith'ryour: for it would be increased a thousand- Pharmacy. .. .. f % ,, '
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era'infection.- Mississippi.or Delaware/: n' '
tim"'Inth
I fold witbte short us.way
V:.For information r arding'6or'.era Q cot: $ 'A, Scotsman .who chanced: toxver.: ,

see,your" county demonstration bear this turned and remarked :, M"

3 agent or address Dr.,AX,II. Logan/. '.::"Aweel'freens'ye"ve; Prow ... ik 'tr.- .y 11\\ r "a;
o 8, Veterinary Field_Agent,Gainesville, deuce" tee thank for" :your;;movers' ; hena

.J'Iao. ,, ; .;.. ,. C"', ,:... h'\ ..... while. ;we made this yin.oorsel's.<"'" . "'
J given''inceutive.to ]look
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>A :*Did'' ybn: know:-that'::the-1 'could :.. '
PTT'more -
V. t _EEWANfs: t maker. r shoes out of all i kinds of skins f 'k. thoroughly' Into plant nutrition -

: ."';,."How..about banana,.,.skinsmak. ?"- x"J wjth view to utilizing product* at hand to the very '

: ': : 'T CREEf :D iEEJ ENEGt.1vAME ;They', .slippers out of,them.New .*' a.t bert purpose. The> ult ] iiflorideal
a : l .- J'err"Amerken. ,)f:" ., JPRUDENTiALIf ; re. of'our.efortataoag'his"line, : <

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$, HATCKKB- RIVER' ..AND COH- 1d111n..t' '. :....... r4 '
1'.. "fr GV11l9e IAN .SEAM MUD; TO -How' much "wlfi H.{.osa"f Itiesocarefunybtandedthat wfaeVe land I. property Brepeutxi we will put it

-HAVE: GOVERNMENT TAKE AC- blamed thing pined ollt?", .'- against any fertiliaer mixture of same ammoniaandpio8pk 0r10 ar3daon-

,: now NAVIGATION.STREAM Fifty cents/'. ,rep61U dentiet."But tent, regardless of percentage ofpotaeh. Sendfoci "
FOR ; leogy I basnt got

but a kus..sib to, man ....... Kan't Wise. & Teems Fertiier Co.Jacks.nville
The new town of Okeechobee wants yo-eJl pull it oat half way for datr ?"-
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Taylor's Creek, now known as the Kansas City Star. '>

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l; l'l. I. M. ,*M% ,I' J .f.I.. ,. I,.*, .I.>.. f" M'f. '. "I- I 0 M I IM M. ,M. I fi. I' ,'l 0, I ,ilcL < Clark;;first second,vice-president.vice president Miss-Miss Ruth Ce l I .Mr.. Julius BMITII Smi>.h"" ',..DoraFloydwere .. $IS.:INSTITUTE: HELD .. MANYt E"PA'RtI:i '; ,: ;''E';'

celia Overs tree tj third, vice president, .united in ma t,_the
( Notes & Miss Nina Brattont fourth Vice ,president home of Mr. and Mrs. "' . l d eHEGREAT' ,. fits
SUCCESS
1 4 c efy ,; Mia Ella Mae Gilbert; : Sunday evening at 7 o'clock : ';LABOR,, DAY PICNIC: ",\ ,
tary. Miss Parah Clark; ceremony was1 performed by th ,
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} M. Huffman; Era agent and aecre.1 A., M. Chisholm and witnessed by. TRIP' TO' FRYER'S COVE!:; UNDER- '".,\'" ,
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.j held
"! Mattie :Belle Karris, :EUor. Sunday school Institute
''r'', ( ". Miss; Mattie Belle Harris; Immediate' relatives and friends;, < u' unday .( th. Presbyterian r lti :
Miss li.len'Ban. After the businessmeeting the contracting parties .CERT BAND PROVES GREAT, .
Request t b .. aD pairou of the/ Valley Gazette t. Had Item a social hour followed Dainty Mrs. Smith is a daughter of Mr. and ch a a pronounced success.sessions' I SUCCESS AND PLEASURE ."
r U Ther two one in thee
refreshments of punch'andcakewere Mrs. Sam Barber, .of Union' Center SEEKERS,HAVE GREAT ,
f 6 of society wats i ,,te tW Editor for fwUkalioi ia ACM cohnu served. Those present were: while Mr Smith Is interested in the afterno other at night;: ( DAY: t "I i
f Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. Clark firm of. R.' S.' Floyd &; Company. The duUBftbe''teacher'were discussed Between 150 and .200 personsVtook .i''! :

. . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . Misses Cecelia Overstreet, Ella Mae Their many friends wish them many by Mr. Mj Joness; the qualifications advantage, of the excursion' and picnic '..' '
"'""II'" - . -. - - '- - - - - - - Gilbert Helen Bass, Mattie Belle liar years of wedded happiness. of the nlEJA'Jby Rev. James at Fryer's ,cove on Monday; Labor". :>;l'J..'

?(AND. MRa. .UUY'. M. KATZ WEDSA ris, Virginia Tiller Alberta Hobson 'J&I S. Day of Mulb trlhe teacher's: Day ghrenvvnder the auspices of,the '."..,?:' :;
' : .,. -, : ENTERTAIN large number of the friends of Sarah Clark Parch Clark, Messrs preparation of the ? 1I01\'b7 Dr. W Kissimmee' Concert -BandT "Th."trlPI : '
J;/iJ.r. : Bandrtainedtthree en- M. Kate proprietor of the Katz StoreIn Earl Cowger and Will Mason Tiller. The following party enjoyed a tripto ''B. Witherpoon; how to evelop Lead- to the cove was made on board CapCf ':;:. "' "j
?-' tables of 600 players Kissimmee received this week announcements . '. Alligator Lake Sunday afternoon: ership by Rev. S. W. LaWter. The devotional Johnson boat and barges, attached. ,"I.:,; -.II
rW.dne.day'night 1 at :the. Osceola ho- of his marriage in West YOUNG PEOPLE ENTERTAINEDThe Mrs. Rutherford Mr. and Mrs. Joiner service in the afternoon Was thereto. : "-,, :.,//fJ
- 'tet; Summerville Mass. Mr. Katz and his Young People's Class of the Mayor May Mr. and Mrs. Peaks, Mrs. conducted by Rev. A. M. Chisholm. A start was made about 530; lii the '..I',. 'i"
and bride will to Kissimmee Christian church was entertained by Best Mr. and Mrs. Sumner, Mrs. How- morning and the clear skies '
tr,,}.Tables'were placed on the porch soon come promised., j .
sacral hours, pleasantly spent play- after a short wedding trip to make the Misses Grace and Gussie Winn ell Bass Mr. Harrison' Mr. Orville At night the Rev. Mr. Day discussed a day of real fun. The pleasure seekers -' '.'.
!. Harrison Mr. Alman of Kissimtnee, the "Teen Age of the Boy and \ '
.' Ing. ,' this city their home. The announcements Tuesday evening. Games of rook and were not dlaappolnted. althoueh: .' J "
,ieA red and :whlte Color! scheme was received here read as follows: croquet were enjoyed by all. Dainty Dr. Chunn and wife of St. Cloud. The Girl." The address was a masterlyone heavy cloud in the afternoon caused 4 .
-r '"carried out in.tho; tally cards dollies Mrs. Elizabeth R. Plummer refreshments were served by the party left here in three cars and wentto and made a profound impression them to start home sooner than. they I" .
and refreshments. Announces the marriage of her hostesses assisted by Mrs. Rivers. the camp of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeN. on the audience. had pI' ,. '.
':l; Those were: Saunders where a delicious picnic Big .bSW-filled .. ,i
f ,.Delicious fruit punch'was served daughter present The music of the occasion which was with good things ,
l daring the evening.-.. I Gertrude Lenato Misses Ethel and Gertrude Mills dinner was served.w exceedingly helpful was led by the to eat wereXrW! by the picnickers4and ,;' I
.,.i > ,After counting score Mrs. J: S. Ca- Abbie Harris, Susie Speir, Lois Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Turner enter- orchestra of the Methodist Sunday at the nooH3fetr the dinner was ,
'f' del: received !first'prise, a handsome Mr. Moses Katz Sammy Dixon, May Hemmer. of: tained a few young people Wednes- school under the management of A. F. spread under the>Hta of the trees. "j
: &'U..t.' 'tow.t,* thb work of the hostess. On Thursday September second Winter Haven Ada Bryant Bessie day evening at seven o'clock dinner. Smith with Miss Helen Bass at the Bathing and games Rniindulged in
4 Dr.. Simpson won, the nt1eman's nineteen hundred and fifteen Peake, Lorene Donegan Katherine Covers were laid for the Misses piano. during the aftemoon. ,. .
; > first prize, a .Ue'Mra.; :: W. M. Arnold West Somerville Massachusetts Jackson Dollye Alford and Mrs. Bessie Blanche Janette Lawson and The institute is one of more than a Th. band boys declarets'ttte'pic- I 1
received / a. > pretty handkerchief and The "at home" cards also enclosed Rivers; Messrs. Harper Casler Lacy Hattie Turner; Messrs. Rosier Law- hundred being promoted by the Flor- nickers got everything jtHvertiied 'i"
.i Mr;. W. JL- Gregory a match box .as were as follows: Johnson, Nathan Bryan Sam Story son Harvey Crowder Aaron Story ida Sunday school association whichis even to the "red bugs and alligators:I: ,
consolation j prl* At Home Robert Jackson Sheldon Johnson ands I 1 Fischer Turner. affiliated with the International Everybody got the "red bues'"'andi f i
.+' Asakfi: and 1ci"'eram course was After November first Howard Mills Lyle Story and Lester Music was enjoyed during'the even- Sunday school association, one of thegreatest Harry Dale killed an alligator .five'* j' -
.i served ;the-card tables Main StreetKis.immee Alford. . ing and delicious refreshments of ice Christian institutions in existence feet in length. "
Thosel enjoying i the party were: Florida C cream cake and fruits were served. and sustained by the leading The band boys served refreshments :
Mr. *J d Mrs;.J.'S.-Cadel, Mr. and Mr. Katz's many friends here wish HOUSE PARTY Christian forces of the world. during the day and played a number
:' ,Mrs. I E.';Mangle.; Mrs. W. I. BarL.IL him a happy and prosperous wedded Miss Helen Virginia Bass delightfully FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHIn of selections. 1
l! r.bar''d ", ",Ingram,, Mrs. W. M. 'life and will welcome him and his entertained last week with a the morning the pastor will Under the leadership of this association -
Us. Sue ..Watson Dr. Situp'tsgory. I bride upon their return to Kissimmee. house party at the Bass and Lesley which was developed by the ;
preach on Who to Please. At ni
e Canoe creek. The wenton front rank Sunday school workers of SAYS BAND SHOULD BE
: M'" .,' .',le. ranch at party he will present a discourse oh our Unanswered
denominations the Sunday
"':3ii" ,,, '- '., e LEAGUE SOCIAL a picnic to Scrub slough Thursdayand Prayers. The morning service various .
_ 'i- IUNlOa'LEAGUE' SOCIAL The Senior Epworth League held after a picnic dinner enjoyed school has been transformed until it
will begin at 11:00 to continue one GIVEN MORE SUPPORT
Ii Those in the is now one of the most efficient institutions -
in the
: ,.t'? the .Jonlor'Leacu. held its regular Its regular monthly business meeting bathing slough. hour only. The night service will begin -
,''': :p-" iff '|nthly nodal in the church parlors and social Tuesday evening at the party were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bass at 7:30 to continue one hour. for the promotion of chris- ;
;1 6\;V; a--lfcwnday'; ; evening After playing home of Miss Ruth Clark on Verona Walter Bass Misses Lilian Prentis. Everyone invited. Dr. Holt will resume tianity. FRIEND OF ORGANIZATION'' 'DECLARES -
It,' *rV. .''games,' delicious refreshments of ice street.. The following officers were Lola and Lottie Lawier Orpha Rose his lectures on the Holy Land THAT PUBLIC DOES

t 11' ':,ream'and. cake were served. elected: president, Mr. L. U. Zimmer and Mattie Belle Harris. being aided by a Scioptocon.PRESBYTERIAN Paint NOT SEEM TO APPRECIATE EF.' I

..,:' FORTS OF MUSICAL BODY TO1
'' ., "" ...,. CHURCHThe
tip: "'" :I ; u Every gallon costs a painter's day's ENTERTAIN THEM AT ANY
I'f i<-, attendance at the Sunday schoolif work. AND ALL TIMES. '"
this church last Sunday was 87% '
greater than it was the year before. Poor paint more gallons; good A friend of the Kissimmee Concert
+ This school has done better work this paint, less gallons. Band asked the Valley Gazette to give . ." '
summer than ever before perhaps Every extra gallon adds to your job publicity to the following article
showing that it is at work on a soiiJbasis its price and the painter's day s work; which urges the citizens to show their ;1''
and not simply to make an exhibition not far from $5 a gallon. appreciation of the organization:
flfl: OUR SALE PROVES to tourists. There are a dozen good paints and There is some discouragement felt
hundreds of poor ones. Devoe is one by the band members. The band is ,
Cares OW Eons Other bare ss Wes't Core. of the dozen. The chances are: there now in the best condition that it has '
The worat CM**,no matter of how loaf lUndi.c Isn't another in this town. ever been but it seems that the people
.re cured by UM wo.dnf:.U old reliable Da of Kissimmee
do
not this
DEVOE.W.
appreciate
Porter' Antlacpde Hctllna OIL It
rclirmP
la and Hcala at the .... Um.; Zic,:JOc.fljM! B. Makinson Co. sells it. organization. The band has given t 1
: public concerts each Wednesday night '
I -- and wish to continue to do BO, and they
rffJr : BIG SUCCESSX' feel that they should be better supported F.-

; by the people. 'ij
: WC SELL THE Some small monthly expenses are ,
: EVERY pupil attend attached to the running of the band. --
I.,. .' school should The band members donate their service t
PARKER
** time and labor and they do not --4

; ,', \ : :Satisfactory> Has Been Our Sale During the Past own a fountain pen. If feel pay these that they expenses should out be of expected their own to 'tJ. '

old will not pockets. One may ask, what benefit
your pen

Fw "f">;,i,:--- .Week That We. Have Decided To Give Our work bring it to MS and does fair minded one derive man from knows the band the value? Every of ."l',

<.. Friends and Patrons Still Further Opportunity we will put it in repair. a good musicaL/ organization to a
'f':' town, not only from the viewpoint of : ,
If want a new the ethical service it renders to the !
you -J
tTT "t To Share In These Great citizens but as an encouragement and -- ,.
a one this your oppor- amusemeent that it provides for tour- '" i

L ',-r - Bargains and Will Continue tunity. II drawing ists. It cannot card for be doubted winter visitors that as a a 'ftj 1

band is an important instrument for' ,
'
y 1'1
the Sale ForMORE -
; any Florida city. Besides it renders, ':11
1-401f the same benefit to the people of Kissimmee . ..r.:.
y that they pay for when they 'J ..
r hear a good lecture or see a;good.if.' '
all Fountain Pen.
on dramatic playMusic is educa. i
very
NE WEEK : ,
,, > Vi, .FOR ,10, DAYS&kSatm tlonal and uplifting. The preaentwar;'j i
.', I has to attention
( ( ; tics\ brought our the wonderful -\' .
Sri 't14"i" 1NM 4i1j' 1'" { w1, ,k 1(: ; Star system and'efficiency' of".the'?'........ + ; FRIDAY;SEPT. toth German nation with its result in pure'a' '

f i. r Here Wire a Few Of the Great Values We ". ly'materialistic effects. But did you .I.f:
1 ever stop to think that the national ;;
efficiency that put a million men fully ,:
Are
p's I 4 r Offering: Some slightly damaged equipped on the battle line each day , r

,t pens at 1.2 prices. of mobilization recognizes the valueof <
music to the extent that not only ,
every city but every town in that : I
f I' "" country has a municipal band. A band
:
." F'OR.. TAE: i70MEN: Cole Jewelry Co. Kissimmee is one of the could biggest have.advertisements; ,., '

K .. ', CORSETS BED SPREADS BABY DRESSES .
,?nosier Lady and Modart, both wet Regular $1.00 Grade --________ .79 Slightly Shopworn. Fountain P: I Mr. J., is D.doing Woodbeck his best, the to band the instructor
: '; known brands. Regular $1.60 Grade 1.19 60c Values ___ Jiwilers ui Optometrists keep
ct \ ---------- ? ______________ .25 'organization together most of
<' ,I1.00'Vafne..thia: i' Sal. ';.:*r.._.. ..79i'jf Regular $1.75' Grade __._______ 1.29 $1.00 Value ___________________ .GO the members are though discouraged -
,1.&0 :'Values, this ;Sale. ....-....1.11 Regular $2.00 Grade ___________1.48 from the very last
.. __ 1.48 Grade ______ picnic given
J: 2.00 Values, this l'',Sale >r... Regular W'X u"' 2.19'FEW They did hot make Mondat. .
.t,:."." :z.60'Valuee.,.thia Sal.:,_. _._ 1..' FANCY PARASOLS LEFT and feel that the expenses
8.00 Values,, this,!,'sale:._.-___. 2.n -. HALF PRICE taking the attitude people of that Klsdmm.eare they do '
,f.-.aM.Va111.> :; ,,this j Sale ::_;-;--- U' LADIES" SILK PETTICOATS '
not want the band. However 0
Mr.
...w...av. y Few Model*'.$. Half Price. SOLIDS AND BROCADES PRINCESS SLIPS Machines Woodheck U I doing his best to, keep ,\ ,,\=++.
? i I 1.BO Grade, this Sale ---------- .79 1.50 Values Sewing the organization going, .
: LADiaS SUITS AND COATStegular this Sale ________ .98 hoping that ., "
1 2.00 this
,; Grade Sale ---------- 1.19 the people of the town will ?1\ ,
ti: < .'this sal. ..,. _..1legular.tbls 7"0 2.54 Grade, this Sale I..8 2 00 Values, this Sale -------- .1.... dive their .L ,.
.. C ---------- In the future.
,i-./ ,' Sal* ; .'._- 11" 2.26 Values, this SaleLADIES' -------- 1"8' support .\, ," .. "
j too Hegolar, this Sale U ... 1UO We have purchased the entire

Beggar,* this Sale .., 11.71 J R. BRONSON ,1:. .
1,77.50, WOOL SKIRTS'KIMONOS machine business of BUYS ;,
',j'('Lt. ,SPECIAL EMBROIDERIES 3.60 Regular this Salj ________ 1.75 1.26 Values, this Sale _____*____ ..7'r' sewing ;
" ?I" 4g Inch. 680 ,Value 10.-;;;:-W...:' .25 6.25 Regular this Sale ________ 2.65 2J55 Values, this Sal. _________ L58 J. W.. and :
.",: : (; --.r- 6.48 Regular this Sale ________ 2.75 Values, this Sale -________ 1.68 frentis are now MACH PACKING HOUSE: '
:l'Ty II f'ALL,' SWEATERS HALF'PRICE, _BJ8 Regular, this Sale .._____ 2.85 too Values this Sale _________._ L89 '.:, *
sell John R. Bronson '
1 equipped to rent or high has arranged'for1 :, "'ti,,
; .,:r t ," .I, c>> T "= __= the purchase of the Mach .Brothers ,' 'i\; /
l' " ., citrus fruit packing house and an ;
\ 1: grade machines tha\Jl"J,: '
,t ."l:e i" '\ .. ,',.PANTSr.. **- ,' TIES SHIRTS remains. t0 complete the ,deal, la ,tha '. .i.,.. :'I\\" "
/r. nt..Jft. 1aa..p.I.Beael. All.Wool 10c 'Regular, thb Sale _______- .05 1.50 Grade ...____._-..__,___-_ 1.08 tr.nate. of the .decided upon lei ,i I,;era,:'.s.,
1 : ; ;. :"Serg.s ',andFsaele.. : < ,250 Regular this Sale ----_... .19 1.00 Grade...,.r.:::._.__.,_._..__. .7' Abo"Local Agenti for Ing heen"deftnitel7, : ,(;''';.r,': .
Ji1 10= Regular.,,!'.;. ..-!""' ..r,178 SOc Regular this Sale _....____ .3. ..'15. Grade ?..._....._.--._. .... ., .5 9 .. .. , oral days .co. \kif: + '\i" ,. :
!I .Rep1at ,.... .,_:":""":4--. .!_4S8. ;;80 Grade i,.._-_-___.;*..**.:,.. '.48ir Mr Bronson'wjll'operate'lhi.pack:; '", .Hlqr.l .
i'I.
< "."".""" ."' --1 ar-" _/- ...,... ._ AUTO GLOVES SO Grade ..yr'r: 1:.,j.:....,.. -j.... singer SewingfiMachines lug house' during,'the .comlne'MUOn; .
\ .. a.48 Biggest Assortment in Iowa r _..... andis SS
440.Regular. :''-:: '''':'''=r -''' ;j>4 ]1
.'solo Beggar;,...;;::...,..--- .._r.;.W8 2.00, Recular., this. Sale ____-_,. ,12AUNDERWEAR. " .11 I. '-B; '1' ,..', c, the-plant ready.for the drat hlpmentstAV.( ?. ? '. .:
., ,... ,fT, r ?' ......,., 2J50.Regular, this Sale ______..:;.1.48., .'.--. ' BV.., D. f., ,. ) 1 of fruit during the' month October. .'r:,
, :.-. ,JF; \'STIIFsoNr': HATS!;; '..;, 'S"3.oo Regular?this Sale ;..?.:.,,., 1.98 Union .Snits;'f 1.00 kind J :.i.69 ,yldditionto.o'ur: ,: ; ,established ''i Mr.i Bronson',expects ' season o v i '3|* I
j t'acIiI ;_.__.:-__":'.*.' ;) Regalar} this.Sale -_._.....,,2.I9JTwo_ pleM. ;, .. \ H M ". ,.' .. -, *,;_ . v' snd:lays'that'he is ''already)assured "' .' Vf'. "
'",, ''Gracs."l; ;" 24814.00, Regular.this Sale ..-,_ ZJ9" T. %*'Easiness '. '.,'f' "' of: a-good proportioDot.thepa kitJe:. ;;:' "
." .."f; "... ". 'ius J ELASTIC'BEAM'.DRAWERS'-' / : ;?nr;; : : f A''cfr' "\ iV" in ''VrvJ %; > .
I *, 'Onc"Gnd.e>>.i:'i."r..o' ,..;-..,. ''"-..""-: 'JH'J.7' :4.60 Regular, this Sale.>..-._. "--,GOOD. QUAUTY-: ,n -.thi.j..ecti" n. .. ?,; ,11; < -,. ,";

B-t'3, ;; ;;; ;+;!; t8__' -:SUITS..ABOUT ,PALFVPRICE:' :\\i : : ,C .): ..35e," vr \.\: ', '' Bin cIos, Motorcycles f l and'Complete-'Suppiias f +: : ThirtjfrEjglit''Carloads y= '0;: ?,< i


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: unnber ftoffierB 'afu$ W ich'ItIs i \;
'e Hayeva; ., Larger .' .. "I =:: g.. ;:1" ., : -,'. .. I do' ; ,. \of f Cattle. fiiijpef'p : :% .

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't had
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( ) 4sfic.uin- locks previous..brought prices tbaCI.'were /Hr w i
t. bicyrriadeirnachine ,
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..., t c'" ; < .,-19 ...' \. <: t'\'i.. '' cattlemen.i-Thy:: <:'I
,i' : \ /t.. v ; des;: motorcycles-\pr' any' mali;= i} were .so wed.pleasedwith the ...1.lntl' p.. Frcomparison'to'tha'prlcee
"J' 1"0 (- f ".St".1.t'. ;I : \ ., offered' 'brl'' ..'.,,;j ';J
'I'\ 0 V the meat packing companies :JJ .:;';. '. :
:, 'men "..tt.: q qI ikyi ; ) f1
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: GAZETTE 1 Mrs. A. B. Bell, who has'been visiting 13r'al'J. Holt. ladg"o to : ": '

""EL)\ YxAL1.6T.. u.i .. :: her deter MrsWJ H;WoodalL at Orlando .Wed C'h.t to assist in ENTIRE'.CHANOE:. E''IOBE":;, JUtHISnYDEWES: :' ; ; : .... "

I I .: Lakeland,..has\ returned to', .hu home the, ordlna a C ministry, .two Fairplay
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? _. FmMished Every Friday: .By here.v", Eugene. Reid of Orlando MADE : : '
'.. Mb-.Baa.e Moaeley) has returned Harry G.. Kenney,ofoCthese IN'.PANHiSTO'REIS' AFTER LONG H.LKSS r
..., .W.. B. BABUUS/, \'A O..TAD AONHW "k TavAoUi! ; ; lift****s 1
from A visit with friends at Daytona,! young'gentle- "
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, F ,. . and baa resumed her-work 'In. the of. m.. educated men, but are.intent '
, : "f: ......t:.... ...,,oo .......... flee: of County Clerk'.J.L... ..Overatreet.Dr. on securing a theological education )n. WILL OUT, PUT IN MODERN Julius After Hyde an",.Illness one of'of th.'old many'nontlu residents, ,Beef,.','Port, .
addition their -
,"W. t: .Winn. moved his :offices .. literary .ttainm.ntL.Mr LINE OF VARIETY GOODS WITH of JClsaimroee, died late Tuesday night :- '
" local l?Field ibis week from the ,Will son building Mercer; Kenney lately, ,'graduated Dr..lIoltWfU from" NOTHING ON SHELVES OR from a complication of diseases.;, Funeral u Lamp.) -: 1/1.- I -t
Jltrh; ,5' University. ,
; return
: ", on. Darlington avenue,. to.the.. -- -State.-. and his pulpit Sunday. COUNTERS tO SELL FOR. MORE, -services were held from _,tne _
;. Bank,building. ; ", The Palace occupy Drug Store was greatly .THAN ONE DOLLAR;: Lake House, which was conducted for .PHONlC,2:4a. \ ,.

Dr.; 31; W Crum;; of'Bartowwas: a Improved this week by the installation '- many years by., Mr. Hyde, ,at 9:44 ., . ;
r oo. visitor here this week.I;He is a partner of several show which :'Charles ,WV Dana ,who ,for many Thursday morning, the Rev. S,' 'W. ,
f: ,. ..,OCI ... .. HoJil"1 new glue cases, has operated .what is Lawler' : '
of Dr; DeWitt Lighteey, formerlyof gives the store year known as officiating. Interment .was, .. r'r;
"" a complete equipment Dann'a Department'".tor* in' hli'. made in Pleasant Hill
Kissiramee.L own }
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cemetery
'! l :i I Weather l ep'.orf: i | -Miss Malvlna CL:;',:.Backhofen- of 113 of'cases Considerable, modern new stock'in .veryrellpect was also add, three-story building; ,on Broadway, ia i Mr./. Hyde who was:;sixty'years"of ., (' .
age '
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; preparing now revolutionize his had been
; confined to his bed for .
returned from a' '
Main
street has delightful ed : 'l ;
stock'of '
including-a fountain .
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.. entire famines w.\\ J ,
He U conducting a several months and been in healtha ., ,'
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poor .
St. .
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trip ? Petersburg'PassaGrille and a larger// line of ,- .-.,
\." cameras.
... : -/ pen. ale to clove out his stock which been much '
. v . and'ampa.'MI'Iolo longer period of time,,'. He had
Sam Rac dal..i. a husUer.when.it '
;: temperastnrea B\ big success during: the past!*week lived in Ki.simm. for twenty..l ht fi F1' 1 [ jj'ii; ,
}y j Following' are dally : >rt Cape nas returned from comes -to' keeping his tore In up-to- '' : !, ,
: and which he has decided to continuefor and wall .
years with' !
familiar the
and visit .vith her brother, Mr. Ed. date and he U '
t precipitations as reported shape making a successof another week.. :4 rt 1,1
When this sale is growth of the from ,
city small
railroad
Government'station Whaley. and family In the a ,
by the business. '
country h
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\1..r't'; at Kissimmee for the week and and I. again with her daughter.. Mrs. S. A. Johnson. city' completed he will close the doors ofhis' station to a city'of importance. 'f' ??'(?, '. .,
store and relegate what remainsof He leaves two Ernest ., "" (
prudent sons andWai.
Will Gilbert. ,
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II' ing Thursday, September Orlando M. Smith vice
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present some side cor Hyde and two :1-
; : 9A.: Joe Prevattwho in at of the Central Highway Association, daughters, Miss ,
If/;: :'Friday- .___ _; __ se St. Luke's hospital in Orlando has returned also of Orlando; C. O. McLaughlin, : stock n.rto make room for an entirely new Ruth Hyde and Mrs. Lee Griffin\His. : : i';.*<. : .
of of '
goods an entirely, different wife died few
i : ''Saturday u ____ 92.11' to his home here and Is fully of Sanford!. the Armour fertilizer. linee. only a weeks ago. ir, f V. i1! .

?: Sunday .i__ __ ..96..7549i recovered, from the effects,of the operation man; G. K. Ramsey, highway engineer Mr. Dann believes that there is SMITH- SHOE CO. FAILS >.: ..\ -\. ,(

/;, Monday ____ 77 John T. McElroy; of Western Texas Brodwater for of Orange county and C.short M. field here for a variety store such as a Notices have been sent by Attorne.a'Van. :0'-'fI,<., ' ,. ...'
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Orlando a : .. ,
spent
Agnew & Crawford to creditors .y' ;
'y 75A 1 Is are conducted throughout the' United 0 : :\ .
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{% Tuesday'- ..db94. guest of Sam Ragsdale. Mr. time in the. city Wednesday, while en fo the Smith Shoe I b 1
company :
'. y \ Wedneady" ,;=__-92 '12t. McElroy Is interested in the cattle route by automobile to attend the Central States by such big companies as Mc- of this city announcing that corporation . .1 \, .
Crory, Kress and Wolworth. He has
business and is
t.: Thur iJ..f'93 '10'r..r in this section. looking. over the herds Lakeland Highway Thursday.Mrs. Association. meeting.in been' studying;, the proposition for this company had filed ehedulei in , t,' J" \ "tr

bankruptcy on. September 6th, attach ,
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some time and has vlsted stores such .
Furnished G.C.. who has
mats ror rent in'th. Livingston, ed '
to which '
was' '
_ t..O""O"'O Valley Gazette building. Apply at been spending.several weeks .at Daytona ;AS these in other cities. H. has boughta a proposition, ... ., ; ,
composition on the basis of (
insurance taxes paid. ,, See A. this office. U Beach, returned to her home hereon large stock of goods of this character ., five per cent' cash.- 'The twenty-

E. Drought,'New Rivers'Building. SOt Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and children -i Tuesday. '.She was accompaniedby remodeled and as with soon new as the show store can.and be show total assets of $ .cbedllle'l 1"I,; r't\
cases
Randolph Toung, of Whittier spent of Orlando, spentThursday, here Mr. Livingston K. McPherson and counters on each of the three floors of Inc which are all -stock ,.B"'U' :
-..i.iifnerelative. Robert Page, who went over to spend '
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Monday in Kissimmee.Jack They have just returned the building he will place the new promissory notes without ,I
: Whidden of Cabbage Bluff, from White Springs. where Sunday at.the! >beach. Miss Anne stock ready for a big which ments. Eliminating from these fig .
spent Monday in the city. they spent several weeks. Carson, wbO'accompanied Mrs. Livingston will be announced later.opening Nothing will urea $189.50 preferred claims, there aSCH. .
L. M. Whidden Mr. and Mrs. to Daytona has gone to Danla Is net balance of '.
spent Tuesday in R. J. Hutchinson of be sold for more than one dollar and A $3,145.21 against ..
to visit kfor time with Mr. and -'
Orlando. Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs Edaon some 'the majority of the articles will be which the schedules show unsecured '
Miss. her Hess, of Chicago, the Mrs. J. M; Carson. claims amounting to 1183886.
passed through
MateLake at 6, 10 and 25 cents. Mr.
Rev. A. M. Chisholm will begin priced
sister, ) and. city Tuesday in. the Hutchinson a
car Dann Intends to after the
Miss Mary C. Bryan returned Tuesday enroute to Orlando to spend the day. series of Sunday night sermons to pattern big ] '
five and ten cent stores of the HI SUfflS'- A1
from Chaatauqua. N. Y., where Miss Mattie Bandy returned Sunday The which first the In public the series is cordially is "Why invited.We and says' that h. will sell goods country ROAD TO SANFORD IS , :7

she spent the summer vacation after a visit to Hendersonville, N. C., Not for less than they can be bought elsewhere .. ;
the First Day and the Sev-
Keep (
Dr. H. B. .Geiger returned Tuesday W Washington Philadelphia, New York \ : ;:
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from a visit with friends at Montreal and Nyack. N. Y.. where she spent ten entn. at the Lord' Day." The subjectfor Kissinunee. SOON TO BEFiNISHEDThat : >bit" UM .
N. C., and Reynolds, Ga. days attending the bible institute. Sunday morning will be "In He is puzzled just now about whatto "
J. K. Hilliard, of HUliard's Island Miss Abbie Harris and Mrs. D. ''G. Honor PreferringOne Another." name his store and has decided to
pent Wednesday in the city transacting Francis, returned Tnesdy from their Congressman W J. Sears, Mrs. offer a price when the store opens a complete bride' road 'tJO r DoM ar, Limit Store me\ ir ;;,c A
business. old home. Portsmouth, Ohio, where Sears and their son returned Thursday for the best name, the winner to be Kissimmee to Sanford is soon to bea

.E. L. Johnson spent Sunday with they have been spending several weeks from Asheville, N. C.. where Mrs. selected by a competent board of reality is now assured.Seminole

relatives at Daytona Beach, making visiting relatives. Sears and son have been spendingthe judges selected from representative county has voted a $450,000 bond Issue ,OUR.,LINE IS.; -MOBEf, '-
the trip on his motorcycle.Mr. Miss Ruby Ellis left Tuesday for summer. Mrs. Sears' health has men of the city and the suggestionsfor to build a system of brick roads, fcaDOLLAR j w
and Mrs. D. G. and two Gainesville, Ga., where she is one of been greatly improved by her stay In a name so arranged that the judges a part of which will fill in the connect COinLETE THIS SEAi8ON'THANV -. >s]

daughters spent WaFer ,.. this t"" instructors in music at Brenau Asheville. Congressman Sears spent will have no opportunity to know who inc link from the Orange county line ', ; ,EVEBvBE-,; \ .
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week at Coronado Beach. College, one of the most famous some time in... Washington and other: the author of the name is. A largebox to Sanford. Work will moon- basin an j FORE, IT";CONSIST; ,
Riley Godwin, of St. Cloud, was a schools for girls in the United States. point. in the East while away from his will be placed in the store at the. Osceola's three miles from KissTmmee ; 1 ,.
visitor in the city on Monday transacting Miss Gladys Barker and sister ar- office here. opening to receive these names. Mr. to the Orange county line and Orange OF; : ..
business here. rived this morning from Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs W. R. Tiner returned Dann promises to keep the public Informed . county is preparing fill in the road '. .:1/ i

Julian Montsdoca and Oliver Bass, and will be the week end guests of Wednesday from Bartow, where Mrs. as to developments of his from Pine Castle to''Orlando Speak. :, . ;.
of Whittier. were visitors in Kissim Mrs. Floyd Peel, of 23 E. Pine street Tiner has been taking: osteopathic plan in the advertising columns of the ing of this road the Orlando Sentinel Tablets >. In.. . -. ,. 5cvExamination' ; ;

mee on Monday. Orlando Rpoorter-Star. treatments from Dr. DeWitt Lightsey, Valley Gazette. He is a great believer says: ,"i, Tabletsj,5cC6mpo ;.

Lewis and Hardy Johns and John Mr. J. M. Leer of Kissimmee, is in osteopath for the past five weeks. in publicity and will offer from time Work will soon"start on -'the 'I&atIItretch ''J>raw1n .:Tablet.' ?w. 6o .
Baisden, of Whittier, spent Monday the city today with his son, J. M. Jr., Mrs. Tiner had been sick for nearly to time a number of special bargains : of brick road on the Orlando. "
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in the city. who is undergoing an operation to remove one year and had recovered to 'some after khe new store is launched. I Pine Castle-Taft-Kissimmee highway. ,, ..;"

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ragsdale and I, his tonsils at one of the local extend from her illness, but had not, !, Teams are at present busily .engaged Blunt rolrttecj BclssorVlOo' ;:

Miss Marie Huddleeton motored to hospitals. Orlando Reporter-Star to the time she left Kissimmee five A number of Japanese women are In hauling the brick from the southern ;Crayon lai ,-a .-, ,,,-* t-.. :'Gc'r'' '
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Orlando Tuesday afternoon. (Wndnesdav.) weeks ago, walked one step for nearlya now being trained as nurses in the I end of the stretch of unpaved road between \0

}., Jimmie Miller and Clarence Alders M. M. Miller and family of Conoley, year, her sickness having left her Paris hospitals. Orlando and Pine. Castle.. -. ,.'ItuleraT >..".> 'v ,> .; 1C F F'Pen \ .

man motored to Orlando Tuesday moved this week to. their new home lower limbs drawn to the extent that x .'' l6liits and y,: ,,,,e,.
which has been she was helpless and was carried : ; .
recently
afternoon. completed on Ten 'Holderii' 56
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around in an invalid's chair and to ::
Church
Jones has returned home street. The Gazette
Miss Helen Valley
alter spending the summer at nine hundreds of others in welcoming the great surprise of her friends in r ''Water Colors; .;;.r...>-di.,.;> .10ct( -t.. .

Chautauqua, New York and in Canada. fir. Miller and'family to Kissimmee. Kissimmee, when she returned Wed- ,)' ,.Rubber_ '' Erasers, .... .%.'jj,'-,id.1'PENCILS !'_' ,
Andy Nolan formerly with the famous H. W. Grady who Is well-known as nesday morning she stepped out of .. -- z.
101 Ranch. is spending several an optometrist, being secretary of the the car and walked over to the autoas .J> IT'S' Often the* 'Cause: ' j>,:, ot'all ;';KIN1, $|VCompoflrt ;.
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been sick.
tnough she had never \"
days in the city on business. State Optometry Association, has A .
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G. P. Garrett, H. E. Swabey and nnened uo an office here for the practice The Miami Metropolis says: Mr. That You. Are.Npt' -.. ,< ir r':5.5 fy'> and Mrs. Fleming G. Railey, Jr., and ; iT : .
of his
He is locatedat "
B. E. Evans were visitors to Orlando profession. ; '' ,' .
Pencil Sharpeners 'ftc :
Cilburn R. toleave ,
No. 6 Darlington avenue. Railey expect
Wednesday.Pat Johnston returned Tuesday Dr. I. 'N. Kennedy, who is mayor of tonight's train for Selma Ala., in. response Sure What; : : :Want,. .. Carter's'Blue b.I31aelc'tniCtf': 'j'.. #i',, :Ate' ,. '

evening from a business visit to Jack Custis, State Senator W. M. Igou to a telegram anonnncing ) Star JBlue',Ink .'. .. .; ,I i' .'
T. W. Child. and C. 'A. Childs. also of critical illness .of, their father.,, .For .' But; When: You Get 'f. '. "' w) ; . .
sonville. . '' : ;"a"" ; :,, . . I'a,.,": .: :, :,t' ,''
jLysle1. Story," of the Lawson store 1 Sustis,1; passed through'.Kissimmee by some tUne Mr.' Railey, the father, has :',. "," .'. ) ,?<, : Library + .t. ;; e. tu; . .'.t( .. >;;
leaves today for a short vacation with auto on Wednesday route'to 'the been seriously Ill, and fears have been 4> ., (:-" ,WhifIifOurj; '1'" iBook'St-rapeJit')1)' .) iii
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friends in Aubnrndale. : Central Highway, Association 'meet.ng expressed for; his recovery. As a result ?" .II' ,: .' Be ,

!tx .George.Gardner\is enjoying' a.two jn Lakeland. : v,, . ,. '''of the .telegram tables'in'f Messrs., Railey 'I J,1.' _\ .. ,:1'( : .!{" \ '{. //I. .y .IfJLunch; ', ). 'i\-J .,.......*i ity ..'... j! 'tt".J1,, ',. r
Vweeks' vacation fro mhis duties as city ;J; S. Cadet ,and Pat .Johnston' are are studying timeS the'effortto : ; 'f" t .' :,1'Jlll'j.; '.'J***?'. ,
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'maiL. ;carrier: pending several days in St. Cloud this make their trip :to Selma as shortaspossible. P C fl e:" ' .i In fact everything 70QWID:: :: '
Lillian
Miss' Rowland, )
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kate spent week. Mr. Cadel is taking testimonyas .
several days this week at Daytona special master in a suit to which bookkeeper of he RAiley-Milam hard -f' need" at; arhooL'r. .
Beach. he parties are St. Cloud people. Mr. ware store has made her plans to 2Sc _'

George R. Paschal of Jacksonville, Johnston is legal representative of leave tonight for A vacation outing at -.' ; k
of the parties.Dr. Columbus Ga.. and her trip will of "
was a business visitor in the city Mon- one W. :B. Witherspoon pastor of necessity be delayed. I 'ALSO''liA.VE: A :DANDY,% ., q :

d.y.W.. M. Lawler, of'Fort Myers spent he Presbyterian church left yesterday Drs. Lightsey & Crum having established In pound Cans, You LINE ,OF"CHIT.DREN'8':, ', "

Tuesday here the guest of his father, for Eustis, whither he was called en office in .Kissimmee I feelit SCHOOL DRESSES : ')
ANBv8UOES. !
duty as one of their patients, Are Satisfied. Headto ;
the Rev. S. W. Lawler. by wire to hold a Sunday school institute my : : '." '&' *"
for today. He expects to be back after having received such,, good re- : .: i", ?J
W.' B. Crawford left; Monday .a -- - '- I I:
home Saturday afternoon and to fill suite from the osteopathic treatments Fresh ::;f .
business visit to Manatee and Tarpon quarters for field .
Wednesday. his pulpit Sunday.All given by them, to say that I cannot w' ..---=--. it. ,.:
Springs, returning speak in too high terms of 'them as : '
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reese of Orlando of the buildings used as living and Garden Seeds.TAYLOR'S '" '
here places for the inmates of the county men and as doctors for when I left :
Sunday and Monday '
spent weeks I.
Kissimmee five and wentto : i
relatives. poor farm will be screened in the near ago t L'IMlI.Y di _
visiting Luther. Sumner left this morningfor future, orders for the work having. Bartow for treatment, I had not , .,. .., .I.u .
issued the commissioners walked in nearly a year and was carried ..
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been
by county .
Tampa and Kissimmee, Fl.- Invalid's ,,..I'1' f* *-** ': ,d" 'I' "
at their meeteing on Monday of to the train in an' chair, s -," "n '
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Clearwater Sun. left this week.A and after five weeks' treatment I am \ ibREFSCHOOLBOOKS'y' 1' ,' lt: : ,\'
Sam Story and Nathan Bryan where postcard received from Anna Ans- able to walk nearly as well as I could Phone 250 Quick Delivery ... : S % ,."",d." .

they Thursday will attend for MaryyilTenn"school this winter. bough secretary, announces that the before I was taken sick, and I feel White Bermuda Onion Seed A;!1." 1

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Katz have rent- annual stockholders meeting of the G. i sure that after receiving a fewmoretreatments fr : ,

Venron A. R. Men's Hall in St. Cloud will be I will be A sound woman "WsWIfltTftHlUll, . . e ..
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ed the cottage ,
Murphy .
take their held October lit at 10 a. m. The again. (.Signed) Mrs Laura Tiner. J"', M ../ p '
avenue and will soon up
residence there. card states "you are requested to be 38-lt.. ..

,Mr. and Mrs W. X: S. Carr andchildren present. Drtv Out Malaria .. .- ''t .,-t. ,;..'
returned Wednesday from Mrs. C. W. Dann spent Tuesday afternoon Ace Build Up The System < . , .,. ...
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Coronado Beach where they have been at Orlando at the bedside of Take the Old Standard G&OVB'S ';i"< ,........ ,.*... ,t- 'j.t '*"' ,.. r 't!
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who I. the Churchand r "
pending the summet.Mrs Mrs. H. E. Cole, at TASTELESS chill TONIC. Yon kaow : .,: .;" .\,. \ ,,
there. Mrs Coleis \ -. <' ".. i'.
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G. C. Allan and son have returned what :rant taking as the formula ffo ...'1. -"
said to be somewhat improved, NOTICETo .. !. \ i". \ .
.to their home in Port Tampa on every I.DeI. showing it I' .'
after spending* a week with Mr. and which will be pleasing news to her Eea. and Iron ia, a tasteless lona.I ; '' :.'.,."...., .r.:"Jj 'l" ,,, '. ..

., many friends. I drives ot malaria"the ; .
Mrs. baBu.
Mrs L. C. Royall. daughter and son I The Valley Gazette I. indebted to ,. Iran bnilds up the system. SO cents ; .. ,. ';." 1.f.t: to ,(; ,(
fine .1 ,
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A. Santiago for a hamperof
after Joseph wkot !
of Lakeland have returned home it nuy cascara: ., '.'
: with'' Mr. and Mrs IraBass. scnppernong grapes from' his large .. . !., "", .'f''''. ' "<> 'ip fi
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vineyard near notify 't :
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i.Mles';'petri :will-resume the exi+rclsesofberPrimarySchool The grapes were j, Mr/A; D.JOOAMB it not sowvpoe .. '" 'i, .
has established jot t" }'
and I Kindergarten good flavor., Mr. Santiago ,:" ( : Craclccn. and cake.. ;a'not -1' I'' I. ifri:

.on Monday Sept.. 13th, .t quite a reputation for his grape ,';. "1i i" he*ever Leebi', the < me"CO"'ectlon: Tablets! :Drawing TaBlet : :
vineyards and supplies large market : : iJ' yft .i, t;
esp1oy"of this CaUT ask K ,
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Street. ; '
117 Sumner; ,," them. "? *** tbex have. craat food vmloe., /? ' r
with $1- r
,CJ.'Loomis;. ,'organizer of the Loyal'Order Mrs R.:M.Evans and baby,left last lie Leer ..'rickt W aatUriiy"s$,,, 'J : .,. " .. .; "...')I" Pens t". 1'.Composlt1bn..Books' .S1ates) .} J .
been spending :
'of.)l00N/ who has for Oxford' -,.,:where .she J 'to In ; : *: ; 'fj., ;: : '. : :t..a "!'/j'
Saturday ; capacity Jax
several In Kissimmee went ::0.. ,tepraes.t'it My .',rljS : Biscuits-?I -' en .l" u :: 1 rl r
.weeks Giu
of was called by the death, of her mother '1 -. .. "f, >> < I\ :' Compasses.; .) 'f't: ,. ':! iJ..ti.:
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to Orlando ibis week. for a stay <'" ; ; : _
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,j '. ', Mrs F. M. Mean MrsMeana: *' ?i'M'v: v 19' I\"ContalnSO; pelexnt 'y'nutrition , ,,,, '. .' "" '''''' .' '' ; ',. , .;; '...,, .
more flC
several days. : < .fn--"t.L: ,.: 'I.i1) ti" 'I
time and.while'.rdeath rayonsauk
. been managelug Ill,for some 'r :. :; lC ona.....es" ; t.
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Uscar'Davis unlocked sae 11' !
PainterFedilizirCe1JacluonvWef pound t
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the':Eev WH;.. Ball's farm northof was not .proveda ,E. r4y. ; "' '"' ); ; "" : "" } ;:.t. ".; ., '
; shock to Mre.Evans, to whom .\:tltactlotbrcad. 122 kinds. : Rulers.1' ." 'CHaltB" ,
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ISoMB.'OP'TH' CAUSES OF INSOMNIA AND 'A 'FEW' SIMPLE1 insomnia is of psychic> or- Office Buildlog'Lp ,I' ,<,
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The problem'of sleep has'been sleeplessness Is" constitution' It be ctlon "
'for so common'a trouble. ';; may that brought 12,000 tor thVr Doyle, whom she had not heard] r ,
'lages.the object of poetic wonderment /Sleeplessness'may .rbe,in persons which ungratlned do desire and aspirations' 'fund.. ..It was sold item times from-. .nor seen in 6| years;walked in. .DR..' J. .A. ',TROVILUOHi',:
d'.f.pblloeophic ..Mentation and in 'health from keeping irregular not trouble theperson;consciously .bidder\ ... ,-, , ,
highest who *** turn K-v leX. Specialist vCANCER >- 'l'
Cj./since/ the. advent of.scientific method '' but'are buried in his subconsciousnesa -' i 'York.'NY-Bec::: : "
hours. A rule that should be) follows bock: :Finally it was presented toiWfeoUooL. *Ncw : u.'bi. wife GOITRE .AND TUMOB6: ;
'';"f'- the object of>re earch; yet It* tunda. by.' everyone ,Is to practice., going to ; affect him Just when he is. 'e "continually running, to, shows' ''Curethem without tlnl',1 .
,,,. mental nature and origin still-remain bed on the point of sjoing to sleep: it ", *S. @l
"; ;' at a'defininite hour every nigh, be, '- J :iMnlvihiU burned all: of her i r them out. - . ,
: obscure says a, writer in Chamber'. and to get up at a definite time that'the fundamental durleultY'I. *. fho'2Oi' said that the only O RLANDO'x .: ,FLORIDA "
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St. Joseph I1L-Mrs.Mary S. White .
_, ': Journal' The primary cause of sleep morning.moreover to immediately a derangement of themoralperspec i ..... 'v ? '" '"
'J'"q" is'probably; '" need for rest, on the on waking. Our get eyelids up grow tive that trifles occupy too largo a has In. her possession a teacher's certificate I JN.....p...'her,.r at,,home, ,. . I 83-6mo . . I .. ,.
V pat, of the brain cells from the exercise .. heavy at the time when we habituallygo share of his daily..attention; it may 100 years old. It belonged to . I ';' '' :
: of their'functions.Waste be that he has .Into .' her father, Lewis Alverson. Mrs.
pro- to bed, and by training ourselves got mental I :
; _ : a rehabilitation period is. .necessary to avoiding all exciting sleeping r or to himself; it may be that be has become Fey! her daughter, with a pair of "" "" SI1JJUkOCK

I,. Pastors th. brain to, its normal condl. going to bed, sleep is almost sure to introspective and watches himself ; white silk stockings in which Mrs. FUNERAL: D
'wg :' 01lo. During, sleep the brain has a come. Another rule Is to train one's overmuch; or it may be that he is White was married and which are 94 pR "

,;; ,)diminished circulation and if from self to fall !asleep,without_delay Immediately given to worry with or without ad.. :years old., ..ndLICENSED REAL', ESTATE', {! 't ,,
quate cause. In all these'casea '
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any cause : after: retiring. We cannot we .,
'1'1;It' *'activity:: wakefulnesi is the..re.ult.It. sleep if we continue to think; ''W' must apply pshycotherapy., The method Belo O*-Jacob Groll and wife are EMBALMBKV. .aaaa a aaea-- :,

.!. i The brain cells during sleep are at should have done with all seriousthoughts will vary according to' the cause I the happy parents of a new daughterwho Store and Chapel Stewart AveTSKle4mmee INSURANCE ," "
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sleeplessness and the individual is child. "
their 16th '
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i hour" and It is because of the into different channels. This namely, to teach the patient mental Charles Lawrence inserted a cherrystone '' c .':
\'f.great",;) rapidity of thought in sleep may be achieved by a dose of light lit- discipline and auto-suggestion, and to in his ear, which remained there A. Vans Agnew W. B. Crawfm Y Specialtyi'Corresuon Gc o ,
increase his ,
that! we cannot always recollect our erature which, however, must not be will-power and self.con-I for thirty years until removed the ,
"f, ;., "t dreams The dreams .we remember so Interesting that one keeps awake to .rol.! Not only does the other day.New VANS AGNEW &: CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW deSolicited.s r
cured of his '
/f'.relmostly those which occur during read. Another plan is to think of sleeplessness, but he acquires I ,1 . ,',
; the period when we are just awaken- something definite, something pleas- well in powers his which will serve him York, N. Y--John Hughes, Offices: 3-4-6-6 Citizens Bank '... IRoberfRi
daily work and intercoursewith .
,k .' and that is why our dreams'are ant and attractive calm and repose his fellow I while swimming dived from a Jetty Building felt >"
I. ;.."t, ally unfinished. Dreams 'are re. ful. The subject is bound to vary men.SEMINOLECOt and hit a log. Apart from a slight Klulminee. Flor..* "
:1 jd mainly; to suppressed, or dor- according! to each person's individual pain, he worked as usoal) for five days, CARPENTER AND CAB' tO" ,r
.nt\;,hopes, and .fears act ex*' ity. To the romantic will appeal the VOTES when something snapped in his neck, + ,
rlencesv and originate chiefly in the' moonlight on a quiet sea; to the more and it was found to be broken. LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Window and Door ScreeUL ?. -1.
ibconscious mantal life.'The'troubled material, the contemplation of the and Cabinet Work.:.JtV -'-' ; _

w u1 I .horrid' dreams which'occur dur good things "to enjoy "when .the ship $450,000 FOR ROADS Kingston, N. Y.-When a. well- 'Phones: Shop 216) Residence 237'Darlingten ' ':
19l.lckne.i are probably due to theortdrinof'the comes home. dressed woman abandoned a baby in
brain by the toxinsith Some people retire to bed with the : a hallway, the child was adopted Waring Building Are, Near Freight Depot,
'whlchlthe< blood is loaded; and expectation that because they did not BIG BOND ISSl'E CARRIED BY I nanny goat who angrily resisted of-I I Y '
;..t' overloaded stomach' be caused sleep on former nights they will have SAKE MAJORITY AND I BRICK: C. F. THRASHEK '<* >,;
<# :,itby; an but, more another bad niicht. To try hard to go I THOROUCUKAKKS: WILL BEBUILT When In Need of a
"" r', "'l\" a' 'of en by great mental anxiety. to sleep IB often the surest way to keep. THROUGHOUT( COUNTY. CHICHESTER PIUS VETERINARY SURGEONCall SHEET METAL WORKERSteel ;1
,; ': ":' *-''' 'Sleepl*besWes being disturbed by awake. When one does not sleep, and WILL JOIN: THE ORANGE COl'N- l-::. .nz.RA'l.' ::* Ceilings Specialty
.- \...f't< ? dreams,' may defective in other respects is impatient biwuuse of it, und keeps TL HOAH. 4'M.rkra-lvr....._ 'Be -- For- ,.
f. \ . L,f;> '4 ; it may be too short, it may turning over and over, and growingmore IMII.'. .In MUM H.4 ::.d all U.Ut" Blue aaba A. F. RICHMOND Phon 14-R Kl.slmm.e, n'j''
" nY be too prolonged,, it' may not be deep and more vexed!, one creates an Seminole county has joined in the 1'...h.. .. *tb*kto. fr:+ '- .' '''m 'enough,..and It ,may be unt<<\freshlnlC.1 agitation which hinders sleep. It isneecesary good. roads movement with a vengeance ti MeND>IIKANI P'ILa .NaV' Road 4 ,
:;,:, \ > The most common complaint is insufficiency I for the sleepless to lone. all the voters of that progressive r..tao..nae.l.s.lq.AI..u.M.SOLD Phone 111-1 Loughman KlMlmmee. Fla DR. J. W. SIMPSON.. t!\
; : of sleep.-that is, sleepless fear of insomnia and approach the section having on Monday 'approved BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE

". ,5r: n....'' AS'in everything else, the wid I night with a perfect indifference/ ; for a bond issue of $450,000 for the purpose - -- -- . .- ---- DENTIST },.
1'0e.t difference may be observed between '' sleep is like a pigeon. -it cornea to one of bUilding brick roads. Speaking Upstairs in Data
Buildingri
,\I ,;'f one person and another in regard to 'if one has not the appearance of looking of the victory of the progressive Office Hours h.j
: t a. m. to irsai'i
'. .: ,.wf. 'the.''amount of sleep required. There for it, and it flies away when, one element, the Sanford Herald. says: 1:1: to *:IO n. SB. "
5 f.'x are.'men who never sleep more than tries to catch it. The good roads needed in Seminole Telephone No. it June si err. ;,-
ft- :, five''hours;,others must have seven The one procedure which most universally county are now assured. The of the world __ ,l11

,. ; hours regularly, which is the average disposes to sound Bleep is getting At an election held yesterday, the eyes
/ # ::for vigorous adults; and there are well tired. Often people fail people decided to vote! for bonds for 1 1:
_ .{,/ 1, some;who Asleep nine hours, and even to sleep at night because they take too brick roads and they voted for themin
.( '\ 'more Much i depends on the nature of much rest by day. For them active no uncertain terms. The vote wa
i'occupation and habits, and there exercise in the open air is to be rec rather light all over the county, as are on the man who
, } 1 are in this matter good and bad hab- ommended. Unfortunately exercisefor : the election was held on Labor nay
"r,,. '.' ''1tsiThe, habit of sleeping too little the mere sake of exercise is so and the greater part of the population
i ; y 'is less-frequent than that of sleeping uninteresting a procedure that few was away from home enjoying the J,,,: .,
'v'; r too,moth.Persons of weak intellect people will follow it out. An elementof beaches or lakes or other resorts.At ;) :
A ,": if, +'l Bleep' more' than hard brain workers, interest must be introduced, and an early hour in the day it was
' vzho CIIJ14IOWith very little and yet this is furnished by the various out- seen that Sanford would carry the %;
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J'jJ'd..) enjoy rood health if they otherwise door sports which arc now open to bonds by a large majority and while AVESAUSE
:'liye' correctly. Sleep also varies with both and
men women. I there was some opposition, many of
i .. j the, age of",,the person. ,Babies sleep! Needless to say that In order to sleep I those who opposed it did so from the "
the greater pan 01 their urne; as they well one must he thoroughly comfort- standpoint of higher taxes, and some
grow older gradually less sleep is re- able in bed. The bedroom should be I were for the bonds after the situation
With until adult life is reached. spacious, not encumbered with furniture had been fully explained to them. .
,. the onset of old age more sleep and draperies, and well ventilated The vote yesterday means thaI! Sem-
''Is again needed.. The amount of sleep without exposing the sleeper to inole county can now join the other i
required varies' too With, the quality draughtsSome. people sleep well counties with hard roads. That there for a moment young man I
( rntuchumore' refreshineuethanpruper when they have a change of room, will be a brick road from Sanford to ,
and others when they have a change of Geneva; from Sanford to Oviedo; a thought to self. The I
flcial' and broken sleep. air. Those who seek complete rest from the special district lines to the

) -li'4t. ..There are'a large number.'of: people from work should remember that the Lake county line and from the special problems that confront now or )
Y1I ; "bo.llleep badly, bait their insomnia disturbances of sleep most often come district )line south to join with the you ,
i. appears under very different forms. from within and that the occupationof I Orange county paving.It will few hence.Look
.' ':, There are people who get sleep easily the vacation must be such as will means that Seminole will keep a years .
but they:*an wake.,tip at the end of a displace other morbid mental activitiesby her rightful place among the progressive "
'few' hours, and can not. get" healthy ones. If an man baa nothing I, counties of the state for while about of affair
Joa-tla. ia natioa
agitate all think about h.' will be halt couatry, stale yea,
"'W again; others sleep but witb at to Seminole was among the first counties '
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y ,;" Vleep, disturbed by dreams and nightMares sure to think of his troubles., to veto for bonds for brick roads,.it ia the world, are tae atea wbe started to says'early ia Efe l Y.
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: of which they may preserve no I Many, people believe that .their was done' by special district act and i "" ' > w "* *, ?, ,
'f" ory. but they are ,conscious of chance Of a good night is enhanced if the rest of the county did not participate '' Taey, bar tb. respect aid confidence of lie. C"'lU. tJ.J! '. .,,' <
',bad. an interrupted and dtstfteep they'take a little spirits-and-water be- in the paving, thus leaving sever '.'. ,.,,. ' ,. ","' I... .. ..'...rJ.I": ". ; , '-'" d, <'. .
,,'j't by their state of feeling fore going to bed; with others It hasa.contraryeffect."Some al stretches of clay roads between the .-, Then look oaths; other side-';-at'tbs'.fellows'wbo spend all) ale)" '
.,... .t morning.. Again. some describe people take,brick. Since.all of our neighbors) are saake '
may hu."a.'pocIti8i. for wI does tk.-
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J' 11 .sleep at night as abnormally proj.r'S.foima glace of beer before retiring; its.action -.paving with brick and sand oil, Semi- ; ;
\, :t, ,'out complain that they aresoy is due to the hypnotic principle nole county could not be left it the personality reflect
ti I IHUe refreshed by it.that they remain contained in hops. Of course, not post and the issue passed yesterdaywill : :
"i, ,.d'' :-t j drowsy'and lethargic during ta Some everybody can drink beer or spirits give the county $450,000 to pave. A dollar or so deposited la tbi bank will bendeos the '
::.1' unab ,attend to their work. and It would not do to keep up to the the main arteries in every part of of aa honorable, independent )
people are hypersensitive; so that they hubft. Most people find that a mod- Seminole. career.
/ "are disturbed even by: slight noises, erate amount of food promote slumber Make your beinaia BOW-today. Your
ft, -.uch.s. the l ticking of'.a;watch or Anyhow, it is di_.cult to get to Poor Pat. bank book will pave the way. ;
(ff' :.di.-eomforts: ; : sleep on an ."empty stomach," or at "Pat!" shouted an officer to his ,
or pain'due to''some bodily least when the stomach has been Irish servant, "here's a shilling to get
l?r dieorder, others 'irk perfect health, empty so long that gnawing and me some cheese, and a shilling for '
<3:4 '> suffer from sleeplessness due to physij hunger are felt; on the other hand an some biscuits. State Bankof : :: ;
; ... j :cal'eauaes.euch ,. ,overwork,,mental overloaded stomach is not conducive Pat started on his errand andaftera )
'.:. anxiety,, grief'and 'shock.: *'",In mental to refreshing sleep, although the con- long delay, returned, fumbling with
, Ll y {.overwork the' cerebral*cells,',being in dition makes one drowsy.-' the coins in his hands apparently in
constant nee :are apt to,remain active ,, Considering the misery of a sleepless great distrett. : ,
Kissimmee
6v ; -afterworkl*has been,'abandoned, and night and its incapaciating effects "Well, Pat, what's wrong?" said.the
( ,e ;Awhile.this is the case sleep .is prevent- the next day, it 1s not surprising thatspecifics. officer. .

.xrlu"_ /xLWork. and ...unfortunately. of.j .for I its relief, should be BO "Shure, sir Oi've got the shillings Capital stock: ..__-.__..___-________100000.00 i"c
': ;;;,;.;.;....*"'"'-i'tten"g'together'ana[ tbe feeling of eagerly sought after Though permissible mixed and don't know which is for Resources over _. ... 400,000.00 I
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t A r ffs ;f,'anxwsy' keeps the, man' who worries in skilled hands, the self-ad cheese and which is for biscuits.;

," .., -Vs"; awake or .o'blendawlth his dreams' ministration of sleep-compeling drugsis Tit-Bits. Officers sad Directors.C .
1".-y, 'o4'eep'Is'disturbed.t' '. At.th.: 'pros- dangerous for they are all poisons,
r.i! ; *Mf- ; owing to rue general rush oftelephones and a drug habit is easily formed. ;'Queen: Mary is the only woman in A. CARSON Pre.L J. M. LEE. ace PrwL :

fj., .5 fife..and 1 to i newspapers,;., Moreover they do rot remove the Great Britain who does not come within M..KATZ. 2nd Vice Preet. ,
.*-......phs,:>motor eare,?and the in- cause. which gave rise to the sleepless the scope of the married.*s an's
e ''elteass of 1101.. the.nervous system is ness. Often the sleeplessness 'is 'a property act, therefore if she contracted ROMA THOMAS Cashier "
: 'ifs '-een.tantlr kept> at a point'.,of tension symptom of bodily trouble-of digestive debts in her husband's name he '
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GEORGETTE '
\ CREPE. -0'
I"" ,. It la well known' :. Th* boot so** mpt r\\:
i"." ijr the)> : For a pod mny years our organisa ; a fact among ear stf
) o0 SummerIn lion of brotherly 10..", grew slower .rain plant breeders-who hart tried the condition* are to IPO |HM Vm n

Pale. Yell.w .C.WIn ; Rna. hero than in.. most 'other sections of experiment that hybrid com resulting stock. d Farmer* oaf Ifcsi O** ral rare
This r''etU''iuma.' from crossing varieties In the habit of Do
,.I 1 tie the United States.' LoDe distances between sums will prod
ee 00000000000 0 II,; greater yields than town .0Oa 'b.eauao"
towns,made field work'szp.n'sire either of the > -
": ;:! . and the aeet&11an'.plrlt which parent. John Belling the,University but .when' on*jet* 'a*' fat fro

_ ;? '.Wo'krer) frows.leas and ,less as wo, 'climb of Florida Experiment Station has potato belt aaJPTorM* other,, com;

Helpe'For the 'Ceunty Mether.ln. the Heavenward,kept bad-from organi noticed the Increased yield In. some of Uons ariso. ,PoUtoo*. 'Mho corn

't ,t'- .ea..fth..by',, sation many societies or hindered in his plant breeding work.. Of coarse, it oats, have to adjust IhsMsrtyi to
: < I. too late climate ami soil.be>r fc ir-will
Prepared by.the children's bureau TJolt-< growth and usefulness 'those to make the cross this year
., eel 8tat* ..putm.D& of labor. started..:But "better day are but the parent, ears for ,next rear's well 'in most Ceases.' i lAoeUpsBtixar

alt 4 J _Hand..in i.lo:Pattern. 'Thousands of young mothers' living' and have come- Last year a1l''d'l cross should be selected now. : The .... usually requires Mvocaj' gams.ni.
AbbrevLtbns. < nit of next year's will be :"rr i" I<
au chains d.e* don M the farms-and in the sparsely set was represented by 'Its : cross a hy. '
1., bi. crochet; tr, trebles'd.tr.] doable tied rural communities of this country the called conference of brid which sown the following "year, BlQIo Durke'tlie; ;iratre.se| '
at the great tourist on will give the increased yield.' offered $160.000 a year *o awNr
!p'orbrl_ hotel I ..
have to meet the problems of mother
I for the moving;pteoasi'P, "
DI. crochet
Signal / Chattanooga. In
cotton No. 26 or, hood with little help, City motherttiay'bave Mountain' I ;tThi'saggeatioa r
: mi. Dattern is 1% inches 'w1 this meeting; Dr. Ira Landrith of There is only"onebetter man. than I
doctors and 1IUI'ee8''WIthout bavhig
Nashville chosen and the man who gets behind and pushes of
Nak. a chain tb. 4itnru. teas : president
lengthy from number' at their service, .as well as Re.... I.. E. :Brubaker from Ensley, in an effort to improve the town, and as-cook* and caterer"Ilar. $rl

i >irst row1e hospitals and dispensaries. In addition AUu, became southern secretary.At : .. that's the 'man who foes ahead. ", anpulls. army do the field I*'
the Infant welfare station has proved considered by the Jpartment W *
+,
P= iml.s 1 ch, 1 I in second situated the convention in Chicago this u rd 'fi
of enormous help to mothers -
1 July there! were some fine southern
tarnn ob.tow. 1 d-c.
} so as to be able to avail themselvesof delegation meetings and in the chasing Mrs. Robert Lansing wife of Secret
,a' Hecbnd' -
from 1Ms'
: turn. Tbex Osra4 1Nt Ouse M AtN1t
p It. 'of officers Dr. Landrith and Rev. nr of State Lansing an anti-suff-
r + apace.' 8 tr. in 7 ch. loop M ft Its teat.Trva1
$'o But the country: mother usually lives Brubaker president of the Alabama rarist and also has the distinction of amoMO ootM 0sN
In 0 8 tr. in next loop, rer. of these stations their Important befog the .wife sad *.. BO*
too far away to make use union x-ere again elected to and daughter of sec

1' while hospitals and doctor are offices. Our own state leader, rotary .of state., .. L.k la W saaasun'M
u :k c/ .-7 ch1, 1 d.c. In 7 ch.v fry resources' be used only In Illness or Duncan B. Carry, is vice chairman -V V t

'* 5 ch, 1 d e in next loop p of ',-- .- .. ..
' 1 > emergencies. Thus the country mother and W. Roy Berg, Dallas Texas "'"
1' , A t from usually has bad to learn from her treasurer. The presidents' all the '

?Irifth row1 ch., miss 1 ch. below 1 neighbors or from her own sometimes state unions in the south are membersof A. L. HOLMES :C,I P.;;WlitlQl08; f r,

1 tr.i In next, repeat from sorrowful experience: what to do or what is called "the All-South Christian '
Sixth row.* 8 times work 7 ch.. 1 Endeavor Extension Committee" BUILDING CONTRACTORs'Holmes
what not to do In the care of her baby. ; .
'.d.c. in second space below (missing 2 In this situation the mother should also three men from Boston headquarters ,' (
R -
xsat tr.). then 11 ch.. 1 d.c. in fourth ch.making ., have at least good book on this Dr./Clark, Daniel A. Poling and tn
b '- ring; into this ring work 1G.ch. one John R. Clements. Karl Lehman, already and Lawrence'.oJ",1;
the chief
subject. If she will apply to in Florida and all
1 d.c.5 1 d-C. S ch.. so weU known
t alrw ch. ,
of the children's bureau, United States '
parts of North America where C. E. The
department of labor Washington asking is. also known is to be the southern Bungalow Men.I.. '. rat,

.. 0.f for the publication called "Infant states secretary, commencing his work .. .
''''''''''J'II1IJU1I'1'"oUISZ Care" It will be sent free of charges o-ptember 1st. Want to figure. with yotTen that building. Our prieea''ir.' ,right ,

This bulletin contains simple directionsfor Mr. Lehmann is to be in our state and our work 1a the beat. 'W* wakes a specialty.,or Interior Trim;and. ,
The eton Jacket effect Is simulated | Hardwood ' -
Ip Floors. Window and Door Screens.For r
addition 'r
the care of the baby and In Nov. 3-19. and eight district conventions .
this handsome blouse by means of inserts ;
gives references to the standard are anticipating hearing this inspiring reference see J- A. B.cclay'i new homo. \
of white .Uk embroidery. Tbe .
books dealing with the subject.An advocate of Christian Endeavor Estimate male on all classes of work. '
{ color of the blouseTUTa / .
pale fellow
a
encouraging prospect for the re- progression. In the spring he is to P. O. Box 117 V '
color much liked this year. Tbe collar lief of the country: mother has lately return to the state convention in De-' Street:;No.: ::14' DUllnghaatVAvo.: ., I n!;

1 follows the lines wen liked by all femininity the rural have had Boston .
opened up In the coming of Land. We never a ,1
rte 0 and Is moderately high in the Y
car visiting nurse, who travels about the man for our fall district meetings, and
back. Tbe sleeves are long and trim- farming communities with a horse oran ought to appreciate such a "first ever"chance

+ t4 med with the embroidery. automobile. She Is employed by also be glad-to: pay the state .. . '. .of ..... I '

,, r the families In her district who con- union dues promptly and in all ways r .., 1 "r 'A iiIsgIAN' .; ,

ABOUT HYPOCRISY. ,tribute to pay her salary. The town expected of loyal Florida Endeavoren : : atri.d1lroeatperFIRhl.E INSURE" ,
service maintain. do our share in) meeting the expenseof r'propejfrf +
and country: nursing
Mr. Lehmann here. All the< : II
Be Sincere About What You Say Do ed by the American Red Cross association having states expecting to haTe while ho I* via. and .mpl. Un I
southern
1624 II are INSURANCE to protect his f* '-' &'
and Think. with headquarters at .
.
the southern secretary in their turn .
will.be to ByU the ....t of his death. Ok'
Be sincere of what you say of oth street. Washington; glad and also plan for more societies more : ,also Insures Iris earning eanarfSr,' +
literature and queetloneabout I
send answer
ers. If you cannot think nice things members and many other forward by taking out an .ACCIDENT asB:'

about them do not say anything at alL' such service. steps because of his coming to their I HEALTH POLICY,, ,B., ..,,..tlla'
You should never run down others In The nurses ride about their districts unions. Let us aim high for Florida; safe aid. 1 ," ; ,* :.7vWo I + +

t your speech, so If you cannot'praise calling at each house where there la let us pray earnestly for success- in I p write 1 all -'line*':of 118179.ANCE .::,!! f vpealcila -
.
need of their assistance. They work to in the fall campaign ,
come
large measure that Insure and"eadaree .'
be silent If are forced to utteran :
!" ; you under the direction of a doctor, help-- of conventions and results from ,- J None but RELIABLE line com. : a:
opinion about a person you dislike y
K' p1 lug the family to carry out his instructions them. Let us not only aim high and ',panic IB ibis agency.rW. ',
,, pick out the one point yon find to ad- .. ,
In of illness accidentThus but hustle ourselves. It -
cases or prayerfully ..,. ,, DvO.'WAGNER. ,
t mire In that pel'MJQ"\ld\ mention that >' the nurse does dressings, gives is going to take it in order to get j --7; 6.ehtd'floor Cttls... Bask. :

Unfortunately it Is all too seldom really delegations this year.of -:: .... .
I baths, takes. temperatures, or whatever good ., .*,, Fla.-: 1 s
,
-1 ?y THJi POBMOOK CBOOHBT SiAOSL that the real hypocrite recognizes herself may be required In the case. If there "war times" financial short-comings. .. ', -" .,. . ,
in her true nature. She usually i But we will appreciate the results of t i
; d and 1 dc" then 4 ch., miss 8 tr. (Instead Is a baby she advises the mother a. to beloved
garbs herself In a cloak of self righteousness ascriflcing service for our
bis shows her how to glve-hlm a
of 2) below, 1 eLe:. in next space, care Christian Endeavor the more if sacrifice
e repeat from ., turn. covering her Inward' self bath and how to prepare his food if he that the
in order .
with 'mask of dissimulation. Herr Is already weanort. But In addition.IP was necessary ....... r
Seventh rowS 1 des In 41'IIt.oop ranVs-of' workersij'? For .- :0. --- "
.Florida ;
1 D ; S ch, 1'de:. in second loop, CclL. am' better than thou" attitude succeeds ' giving bedside nursing and borne care ward."- /,' Ir S FLOYD ; :.

,1 d-c. in third loop S ch4 d.tr. In In deceiving most of the-world. the rural nurse does many other thlnga.. Interlacben, Sept. 6, 1915. R."''i' :. ;: ;
If
:: first 6 cb. on ring (the d-tr. to be Including herself. This Pharisaism is If typhoid makes its appearance: she 'fiY,' ;. grace A. Townsond.Thefpmper .' ./

Il" grouped, that is, the last-,stitches taken one of the commonest characteristics may look' about'for polluted water Sa.r., T ; fI '" '!fi .

"r off together), 7 ch-, 8 time work, of the hypocrite.' supply or'trace back the milk the family EAsy"' .1FE'bF A. : -Vy'

of 4 d.tr. separated by 6 ch. in I It Is better,to be blunt and outspo uses' to its origin to see whether ': '/" _COUNTRY. .. EItOR. '"
group
1e. : -
I :middle B ch. in.ring-7 ch. one C1'Oapl ken than to be hypocritical.- hypocrite this is the source of the Infection and ,--'- \":lol'bo1'rIf-* 1: Grocei cs'Hays' ; "Grain' t:. lr;'f.-i:; ,

; 2 {' c..-not 4d.tr/ln last 0 ch.' loop, B ch., l d.c. may make more friends, but'the urge methods .which will prevent. : fun ;: '/'/had\'Just been\ "putt: . ''. . ." l.',,, : ,
!. .. .. '
frank! person knows her/;Mends are ither spread of the disease., ; '. .. 'i \
In 7 ch. loop below IS.ch., 1 d.ft Insert bed" indntbe'.jeditor, leaned back: in fj Comer Iip"lat.l DaWA "' '

q" loop, 0 ch, 1 d.&. in next loop;'repeat true. Ton want.7001' friends .to like She stops at the country: schools and his chair and'stretched "Nothing to . .,' Rr..... ., .. ,. At,. w.... ,..,,;: {....KTry'UsbnYour'NeatOrder'PorEa.dt.1, 1
';'from., turn-' :. / : Ton for what you ,are-not for, what looks over the children and sometimes do Snow;" he thought,Tuntil next week. .," : -l- '-. <" : .."' "

Eighth: row-8 ch., i. '0.4Wt"5ch'loop : you are' not, bat pretend to be., ,,' detects beginning-cases ,Infections I Pretty. softWonder'.If the fish.are ; ; : : ,:;

... : C ch'lrd.e.:' In next loop- B .'The hypocrite parade her;pretended . disease In time to prevent an epidemic; I biting down1:tm Yaller creek?" He ". ,4 c'KSouthern r

,1 .- t Hd.c.'Jn'S ch.of scallop,' 1 picot' (G ch, virtue before the"'world. Self ad- She also notes cases of probable ade- settled .backy'put his feet 'on his desk

TA'Y' 1 dc. in flrst-ch) over grouped tr., 8 vertisement Is a model of kindness and noldd deafness or weak eyes and calls and wiggled flown, comfortably.\ This _

L. d 4.C.;; 1 picot and 8 d.c. In next 7 ch. aobillty is her pet labor. Her plausibility they] attention of the child' family to thing of being an-'editor" was Just about ,

11( loop.-1 picot over grouped tr.. 6 d.c. In is her best stock in trade. Yon the need of care by a physician. ri bt.All. : h. had to .do'was to loaf ; ." " (. 1Y,

1;. 'r, next B ctu 1 d.c. on top middle gronpd have only to talk to her five minutes In all of this she carries on a con- around all week poking his nose into ''r. '
'7 to know that she has two Bible classes tinual campaign of education toward a other folk..bu.in..., then, when publication ",Growers--Attention; .. '
'." tr. 8 d.c. in next loop, 7 ch.catch of hours ::;v:
i t" ,,-. } back to third of last B d.e. work 2 lcLc.. and is the most charitable memberof better standard of community life by at the flce'did day came thf.-a trick.'couple Funny how Ha Y e your seeds' 'produced'Vegetables brlngr;' : '\' < : "
showing the mothers bow files can be r
:" 1 picot ,d.c, 1 picot 2 d.c. 1 picot' her church. According to her she had to work to makea
fellows the
.u j. and 2 cLe:. In 7 ch. just mad., 8 cLe:. to is constantly doing good. She will tell exterminated or at least be kept out of bard living.some Well it showed after all ing highest .market'ricei" ?. ,,Jtf, not; .,a. ::1 ;:\.1
I ,. complete loop, plcot on top you one she only that brains Counted. The man with ? ,. '. '.
. '. -
milk and how
,'w.J third grouped tr.. 8 d.c., 1 plcot and 8 love In her heart for th. whole world the baby's bottles; to merely muscle' to take him through '. :"' : .. : I :M d'S" V-

+\11$ 4..t!. in next 7 ch. loop, 1 picot over and In the next that Mss Brown Is no clean up the premises, dispose of the life had to strain and sweat and labor ; I ; "...,.

"' A next grouped t:.. B d.c. in 6 ch. loop>> doubt a respectable woman but that refuse-and how to keep the streams of for a paltry, pittance, but life' was o.'t\ lr; .

t '1 dc. In B ch. below B ch.. 1 d-c. 1aif. she shouldn't be so IndiscreetThe the community pure. Such a nurse la good to the man with brains. People may,be.the key: io; Tofu BUCCCBS. Write for ; j.*

:',... .next ch. loop repeat from .. awful part about the hypocrite therefore, if she is as useful as she struggled to help him get along tie pricfta ,on quantities'; } .
;: J
be, far than 'nurse. She
a motive
may the
,< Is that she do harm Agirl's more was recognized as powerof .
can more to ; .
I It ,
la teacher, dietician H. respected. dtA:;'
hygienist as well the community. was
t;.....'..".'( Sewing Machine Moods.Among character In one minute than a and her salary: will be saved many People gladly allowed him to load in Stokes. Seed_ :Farms'Company' : :. L. j
'
'! \ the worst offenses of the sewing frank person can do in a year. The contribute ',' \
to :
times over .in the course of years by thought, and 'were willing MOORESTOWN II.t,
<,: machine is Its refusal to budge. It outspoken girl will talk to YOoa..IDBt -to if he didn't v NEW.JERSEY; '
,!r the prevention of illness and suffering his support even L : : yr
.
;' I may appear to be in perfect condition, a person and yon will know right through her work.A work for it..,i For,instance.there was ..- # .
clean.and well oiled but. no matter away that she is talking of someone I the longline ,of waiting to 'j ,

,;I'!" whether the material;is thin or thick. she-greatly 4l 11ltea.' Ton can tell,consequently nucleus rural from woman's which the club movement may be the for subscribe, their money persons in their,hands ......... . ... ...<..... 0' .' .. ...'". ... .. .... . ..,.... . .. ....... .....t. i.:;. vVila J ;
..
". .
$ 1: ;loft or hard the wheel refuse,to move. that her opinion. the person community nurse starts Clubs of and anxiety in their faces for fear the "\' -'' -" ,. ' ., ".

'r'. ''' "When this occurs lay a strip ot paper in question la prejudiced by her this sort Interested In such a move circulation limit would be reached be- ,SEED ,POTATOES: ; ?4q ; l "
; both dislike and is to be valued accord fore their turn came.. Then there was t y. ( ,
r over and under the seam to be ment will find many suggestion In a "': ji : .
.
> ,>,tltched and sow steadily, evenly and ingly.' the information line', These men came r FOR FALLPLANTINGV'; -4, ; rP.'
; bulletin published by the children's bureau of the .' ,; ;
.: i,6 1With a,little force. The paper can be But the hypocrite .peat.,81'7 highlyof on work of this sort which Is carried in every week with with all the and news dates and , let/: - ..1* f '" 'U', 1 f '

'"i -,'t.:taken: away after the seam Is sewed., the person she wants to slander. on in New;Zealand. This pamphlet Initials community correct-ready names to put Ught in 8piualcUa.Boee No.-4.' .Flratra..ae cI. 't t2S. 'pir. ... J..ldn.,0, < -vjfi.
: :0ne might machine out of Iti'a 'Then she Insert a but and slight in"noendo. and fifty. pound b.g-frelgbt.- ... STOCK'LIM1TED.'r '
,;" 'ijl!i ;>, got the a la-published by-the New Zealand Society the without editing. That other .prep.- -v' ;< *af l
paper 'Order v'j | 'f
i-_ *mood':,by using a bit of odd cloth and Every Insinuation is preceded ; For the Health of Women and line over 'to, the left was waiting; to promptly.. ; '; : : +->

<<" kf "thepapers ., afterward. sewing the* .by a flattering comment, The lm-i Children and.is sent free by the chil contract for advertising space, Awhile ; >' v-f: ., : -" /: > i I 't mA! f' it"j 1

:'swam* covered with, the paper* if'timewero presslon you :recelvo:,at'once.is ..that dren's buJ.ea1lo Washington to all who others were pushing' their way to theeallhier. .. '" .1;'"
'
\ no object,' ,;.J -&' thla criticism must L be'quitiunprsjudiced ask for It. window to pay their bills bo. : 't r f /

':"\; . .-Anotherannoyance'Ia, /the thread ,.a* the t.lke1d so many idea - for the discount period.expired... Oh, KILGORE..(SEED COMPANY ') , .. 1 *
). 7.' ,is'' the soft for the old I I, .. i' .. ...; 'f' (! ,
breaking This : 111&11.
,usually i -lippei"f.t things'too.,1IEY8I'7 harmful Innuendo yes, it was pretty .. '" ,,!) "v. ,

< f thread, and It:grew: always break: If tho is doubled In,Importance because'you ..:"vY",i."-!tYellowI: ; .P."putar.' . .' pretty lofts: Then suddenly,,the. The'editor ,, ''',1 , .,PLANT. ant. FLORlDA.'I. .. .'..\, '...; e. ,"' .'41! '" {. ,; i":

j';.;: tension Is too -.>Bot It one Is sure think that if ,a'woman wbO 1* inch afriend' sat up and rubboa 11'ere".. ,. . ... ;- ,. ,
Yellow .
W (C perfect adjostmenf # !is an'extremely i fashionable office .devil; grinning; '"....-. standing .. .. -. ... .... "

: : .' the'e&DM. Can'wyaueh: **things'. "they 'mart color; this:'*ea oiv as.is evidenced by>> the doorwayBoes, there's *pun .., .. '. ... . .. ,, tdUf j
in .
:.; .., of the< trouble,must besought 'else'y'wbers.t be true..',. ". ..i,v <"* >**' '..g" 1. the number of pale yellow dance) frocksat ;; .J .. J 1, ... ,<.; '0;.. ..' .- hi' .i'.,. ... , ;, '
outside the pre.wou't.ran'"tiil
j tho': Itcan"geaereU'befoundla'groove which., I ; J.f.f' ,' .. j .'. . _. ., ,.' I, every opening of.Importance and by he gets says the money for the last order " .. ..:-'r" . .', ..., :; .' j .,,.'a
,, narrow thepngh I
'. JNlnety-flvS'. " ehpdrerilIA ; ,the i bW.trtmmed *with'yellow daisies of .whitO'paper."' '''>Iother>.*eUer says 1 ::;r:" ', bay '1 I .
per'-cen't
"
,iv i I'\thread passes to.the needle' eye.,; This t of.the1 '
J
and pale yellow froste4 grape -A. particularly" pla\e.can'tcet; :: gefhare; ;this. ''-week '... ;'' + .. I, .
'M' .
the Baltimore Truant School, have I ; '
i' Is the exact width of the thread,1Bd'whena ; : Lumb
.groove / erL C .
-L t
< charming hat :Aot4 the other :'cause,there' been a wreck on the railroad -. I ,'iI. : 0'I ,'I' .H,
rough'pUco la,the thread been..Itreetworkers,;'t .lI'ort7three'per.eent '
"",' ) 4&7'.t'; inncheon'i hour. was of'black .C It'doa't'make' no: difference, ,J t, \ "
d-: :Is J'Mehe4.It.naPllr. : because: It:cannot ;of the boys:In the Maryland State v threw u "" :
tho
I t ;'psM;,on.':
'." of too groove-. will open It enough'ttf '.have! been engaged hEstreetporki.. ; : \ .'daisies'of.exaggerstol. : also'allaround fiddle's ..u.ined.-, press can't'run .; :: i

,('J f/Q.t 1.' ' :remedy i,.he trouble.- :,*VJ roughened: ' l.' .k, ,.the. base;.of.'th*: crown end a nohowK Circulation man's-quit 'cause "i "VEL LOW i/ip EUMBk1} \, ." %%
Often through,the I pamphlet Jtfiutional ain't readin',
< .i ,thi'ea4iwW', ; 'go::, ; aye recent issued by the all pi.' ,bow of, black I'moire/rlbbon.' b. sayp'Iolks newspapers ; ..
; ',r :'c fthe needle"when.2t will ot psas".the Child 'i5or"Commltteor, states across;Ahe1:;,back. Two'+ shortamber: no:')nore' n'';th.. "ndvortijln" fell:'JBTthi >>ri. .. Tf'.J." '- fKi" ?'.... ::" .... .; : ,
; sixteen weerefort, per:c>nC"ThaV. tot t tI ,: 1ft J.'Lt > ) :' y
: that{ 't'ert7,0D9 children under : beaded pin held thin nat to'the'halrjwhlot' /1 1,.,
. ,, b 1t When the'machine drops stitches."as'Jt.Works were 'reported 'engaged In rmlnlBg'oo'enpation kliBut.. editorSrould, hear- noJC ' ': W' '.::' : ,f.'I.. :.J \ -., '''' I'' ..i-r '
bythe, 'Way/--was dart; and i : 15
/,1; It is duo, as A rtlei; to the laopmalaUon the 1910 oee-of : ; : ;; I ..' s Aced an ink bgttlsyatthatan ; ; ...,< : i ,
( *, by c occo aI'OUIII .u.s.A "E ,
; the edge of lbs brim 4i/pad t, : n,; ,
'. .. > 'Was Wckod. the eat.' Hehadntbut .. .,. .. J. c- < ..
of lint caught by th.'feetL"s ... ... ,.
e ,
pattoS&'e .l. ; :, ,
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'of-Lb. 'l, .
1 one graceful 'sanpn yveil.h.istestreUnotion4ffaekian.Tbe. boun.that.at.'ao: h* 'H ; .. .
but tea .11.L' ,
-
.sRemov.( both slMes and food; plato (the .!,:, r'J.: : 1,. ", ''' .. a.!. .,
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AJI
:;;1 1r' .. : Veilsare : n'' ho s...... .. ."- ; .. .. .
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latter Is attached wltha ) 'theatorn :d1dilbor.we1fan "
erw >; :"tf; i'ahad.ao not seafullTb .I';' . "ce. /
square or circular"-;; out Ia how thohe'd ..... F' \ t.....Alln.... ..
book tk.head o : ee- '
: t*.-.I. fit overtte'betexuwnwhk'an'Wr.lfa : ,fallen a kti ap ;, : '' .L..j":: ', .' '", "
vsIsn'.k }q.pots 4 tent p a-or: any1'thing very much le M slikiaJsHlsiM. Wtftrossj ; .... aDd I. ;::.:,.>. ',.
aa4: av cssg With ___ p1It 0 L"Pjiofii., 21' 1iI..t.i
pointed reuoV. an tfcoottiaU" pattldea ... 'M4r''d .eaIea 'cf..tile..J omd o* that the Yell .... ttaott on. with- fordnight'hesrs 'tMg I .;,;Jt'I_ t'.tj1 i'1lp\\, I9simme-.
,
o desk rand titaro. t: < :. .'''...''. > -
tile beroo. .Dr.. K ,
a' ,q.bo. :ir4sagel eatWofpa. : . how an dtlt 1.4" .. .. ':- : .
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Notice Is hereby irlvenj-t. all ,whem or t... t\ ..:
'i r; It mar-' concern that on the"Utll day '.' Il$ "
i; Adverlisemenis.iuiiiiuI ,; of FSbruirTT AT D. jIll: i shall apply.I of Oaceoleeted fear Where; the .Money Goes.

I to 'the Honorable T. M. Murphy. -Judge and the .pL 'C'' 1'1'Ii .. I
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of ealdiCourt, as Judge of Probate, for I the several :

.. Clreult I1111' iiuuiiiuiuiI. my of the nnal estate discharge e f Erwin Administrator H. Bridges, deoeaeed been levied.To .fu Br DlC:*..;Y 'PORTE ,"atatll,'Peilth,. )ac r. : ' '
Curt, State ef Florida* ; and at the same time I -willpreeent .A.t . . HX' - \"\,
"'Aetsath ....... ClreuM, Oa eI I.J .. .
to said Court my final aooount ; : teeak r '1 .III; '-
,U.s.tp'.p. v--.," ac jAdinlnttratoro( said estate, and ask: ..... .1. :
MEED.' *UTA1ARD for their approval. To amount assessed .h' ft'" han :othr'insn" J \
..... ML Jeh* **v Ouijlaluaut, Pitted August tut UU-: Amount collected I.,, ;... 'of, the hardest; tings for th*ta-l more ff. any ,: ,! ,
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ONION : r* . &" \. 1act of This will be large, but th.r.c' ,
i II the expense
ONION 8BT8.'*, Da..i'r: D. jrehuseu; DaS.......,I. U.m; '.\- Administrator.IN 'Balance to be eolleoted .4., r OO.. I ..to. ap feCOpiH with..1. It. 1n1itmiti... suits ;will be worth aU.the cost. ,. :*., ,t 4. ,

MWD OATs ''It tppearlilsr .bNIr14ntt'appended Sj..iai amount Fablielty'.t sssea.e ......, Ilk t.. '-'(j'.o mOlt dlffteult mat.ter ofto. The i board has also. considered'. it, '\-' -:
DIN BEANS : to the kill filed In the abovestatedcause CIRCUIT OOrHT, TATfl or II'LOR- "1. t.1tte ;,& to ,eo.ooq ,buUdinc'at
. ,IDA BVHNTI1 JVDICIA1- "CIR Amount; ooleclet ". >;. .a. .o' for ...a"'c'cit1: nU n.e..Q": ,e' ..
M Dantol tho d.
BS that D. Johnson >
Bte ,
,, PensACOlA'fw.lAbomtoryThe. :
fendant. therein named I* a non-reel* CUIT.. OSCHOLA OOUNTT. .1 Balance to be collected ..I. 11'.?! z .. % hatJt'eo.tI; snoritoli1 purpo.ralfI. '';i
iTA.' dent of the state of Florida, and te a ,IN CHANCBHT.Wflllaa SUB School D... IX*. s- 1011a' ..unlctpaL etate r board:maintains at \ ,' ,

resident of BootU Bluff. Nebraska., and TO amount assessed ....,. > 401.11 dr'A:hundred In'tbai Isboratorleswhers
!.'y. 1tgv.sjwL, that he U over the are of tw.atl-oa. ..*t.. .kl.y97, CoinpiaatV. __ Amount -collected .,... .. 40C.1I .??, { .pii "1tf iifCnrrate And scientific. deUrItions -' "" .

(pllcsI.t: ttC.. ..Jto rear; Jt It th.r.tor. Ida . hues o itt of disease) ,
S non-reeldent defendant be'.nd I* h.r.byrequlrsd .- .ckley Dfea>. . Balance to be collected .f ISUB are made germs o
mall' you' to appear to the bill ot I* appearing by aftldavlt appended to school DIal Ne. 6-- feet,, ot tv IJ_ I&-.. i---d **Ot4blood submitted .J.
the
complaint filed In said cause on or before that bin filed In the above-stated cause To amount .......ed SK.dl Congressioi hen from the' personsof 'patlenta.1., This, _
vS. Y- the 11th day of September I Ida Bckley. the defendant therein Amount collected III.'.
maintenance of the > the
0 valut to
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A.' D. Ills otherwise the aIl.gatlon.of named I* a non-reeldent of the *tat. the work ii .of incalculable
t, ?IIp4tIct; llcrtl"i *ald bill will be taken .. confess of Florida, and I* a resident of Canton Balance to b. collected . . .70 ernment first totaled close th.ltbW.lion : doctors of the state And through thorn

I sisi i QeW BMHT | by said defendant. State of Ohio I* over the age of twen OuuBtr _.- dollars annually.: There], to the people in diagnosing II""'., -,
IB ty-one ,
It 1. further ord.r.d that this ord.r years; It I* therefore ordered t
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that said To amount assessed . 11,1(8.41 time when less than one mil.Hoil'-s! VdmlnlstAtlon of the i work J' "
ffift Rft M4rt be published once a week for four con non-resident defendant be and Amount collected .. . tl.HJ.I8 The .
$ weeke In the Klsslmmee Val Is required to appear to the bill of complaint enough and some could not, or woi-K board calls for A large aggregate

''-; r..OUU". .. a newspaper published In filed, In said cause on or before Balance to be collected .. TOt.lI not, grasp the- fact that the natioi l rles. 'The'SAme is true of every; '"
Monday the 4th day of October, A. D.
aid and State.!
for Pric. County '
w.-Vly tirt Ocurral Seheel had educAtionAl.
grown up. %W\' ; mercABtile
otherwise or
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This of 1.15. 1S. the allegation* of said : "' n
10th day August. .
asssssed '
To amount 40,021.60Amount
R.u4vftIaogu.d. (Ct. Ct. Beat) J. L.- OVERSTRBBJT bill will be taken a* confessed by said collected . .'.117.11 1 Recently, very recently, there. has viceWorirei for its success tbt..r-O" Ilib. I/
Clerk Circuit Court. defendant.It been some sharp criticism of the cost X'M'Hpeti--experts And speciAW'

LEWIS O-BRYAN. is further ordered that this order ... .... of the work of the State
MHTINSEEO CO.J'Kewt be published Balance to be collected .( maintaining pensive nVjCBidalist is rightly' 'an .x-
: ,Solicitor for Complainant. '4lItI. once a week for four consecutive Hub Srbeel U"'. IV.. A '
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weeks In the Klsslmmee Val To assessed Board of Health. The principal complaint trust the irev .iVwho is willing to snec; J
iuf'Street ley Gazette, a newspaper published In amount 1.447.14Amount seems to be that it is greater isens lth of Florid*.ciW-,
the Clrrult Gurt, Seventh Judicial said collected ('.'1Kalsnce to : btO > ".
_. ... County and State.Thia than it used to be twenty-five thebegh5EsT
CI ", for Oseeela Ceuuty, August 24th, 1915. years From .
tT: Florida, Chaueery, IltU... (Ct. Ct. Seal) J. r* OVEHSTREET. to be collected ... 8.14 ago. In the first thirteen and a half ery expenditure o/VcntJIt* work *r* (
Hub Srheel Ol.t. No. S.-
: J. W. Miller, CeBsplalnaut.Te Clerk Circuit Court. To amount assessed . . . III."$ months of its existence the work of recorded and these rCwV-Jtal has boeni .

By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. Amount collected . . . . . *32.01Balance the board cost 1140525. During the preserved. They are o&j' 'v. beeI\ ..,,\\t J; .1
Breklue SsaMu, n........ Smith, hi. wife, KRinns & STEED. Deputy Clerk. 12 months of the year 1914 this 'cost spection of evencitizen aT j 'Ite ifl. :
Johu N. Kliue, Donald U. MrKay, to be collected . . l.'7flur
: WUIIasa u. K..n..,.. John It. lire.a. .- Solicitor for Complainant. '8-4t AKrfrl ._ was $129,012.03, or 13.4 cents for each of the state. Such inlpectio ea,

BMYTISMi ; *., sad Charlotte HI. llaunvardluer To amount Assessed . . . . S.824.01 man, 'woman and child white, black gently, honestly and fairly ,. .
llespeudeuts.It NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOil TAX Amount collected .... . . . S.765.14 and yellow in the state of Florida. The would disarm long distance critic" ,
i lUietunatism;Neu- appearing by affidavit filed In the hEEl \IKItKH) HUCTION O74 AM> cost of the state government capi .
. . per whether it be made for political pu -
above-stated cnuse that John N. Kim. ore fiKNKIIAI. HTATCTKH' OK Balance to be collected 1(8.77 be'
S aches"Cramps. Colic one oT'the deffndnnt therein named. TIlE S'FATK OK KLOIIIUA Hub School Hint. No. 1- ta 'wal close to 3.87one cent in every poses or from the attitude of (he.IrlsJa.. :.

Cute Burnl.Old I. a non-reildent of the Ktnte of Florida To amount assessed . . . . 1,884.11 twenty-nine of the entire cost of manwho didn't know what the '
and l I. a resident of Uden Rapids. Notice I Is hereby. given. that AJ P'. Amount collected . . . . . 1.8S8.7 governing was expended to ".w"'; :
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er, ,RIng.Worm, Betel Mlste of Mlchlgrnn.I and Wllllsm (J. Ken- HRFH, purchaser o _Tax Certlflcnt- a No. Florida was, but anyway he was "agin it. M.tlOOOOOO"'OtOOO'O'O
noy, one of tbe dofendnnln thert'ln named 206. d.i.od 8rd day "ot July. A. 1>. J911 linlanre to be collected; . . 26.34 conserve the health of its Vitizens and
iatiMptio.AIIodyJIe., !I. a non-resldent of the state of and No. S88 and 38*. dated. 7th day of ".il> School Ill-l. \.. 4- their hogs. 'OOOOO" .
Internally or externally. 25c Florida. and la a reHldunt of Lansing July, A. 1.). 1911. hail filed said Tax Cer- To nmo\int HHHeHsud . . . 1.913.34 .
Slate of Michigan i-ix.li over the RIle tlHrutes In my office and has made ap- Amountolluvted . . . . . 1,928.62 Now what has this fund been spent 0 "SOME HUNTER" 4' -
of twenty-one y r LET US HAVE YOUR .BILL.v ordered that said -relrtmts be and .- with I..", Said certifleatesembrace Halnnrr'. bo collected I 4.84 Board came officially into existence? C'l'
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t.* are hereby required to atipenr. to the the followingdencrlbed land Iated Hrpttmber, A'. D. 1916. .OOOOOt.OOOOOO OOOO OO.
:;' *# ..1 WE '. .\SURPRISE YOU bill of complaint tiled In imld cause on oltunted In Omeola: County. (State of J. L.. UVKHHTltKKT.Clerk! During the first years of this strenuous -
: ; or before Monday the 20th flay of September Florida to-wlt: Circuit Court. existence quarantine stations Recently reading an article: in the f,
'jo. z tt'' ...'.(.. A. 1>. 1910 otherwise the uliHfratlonjt Certificate. No. 206. lot Sixty-four' ((64) Oaeeola County. Florida had to be built, paid for from the Kissimmee Valley Gazette concerning '
} of Bald bill will be taken as of the SemmoleL.and& Inve.tm"ntCom. liy .IAM1-S: : M. JOHNSTON. D. C. y ,
; z.1.1ntThjerIaIwf. : manuf&e.flrom confessed by snld defendant pany's Subdivision: of Section: (20)) funds of the board. Next the manage- a Mr. Bowen, of Davenport Fla., I f

''J,1wrA th ,stuinp.Arid can save you It In further ordered Unit) thin order Township Twenty-nix, ((26) South. !\OTIfK FOR PtII! L.I CATION ment of smallpox in the state was must congratulate him on having such f.I::
be published once a week for four consecutive Kange Thirty ((30) Kant; Certificate No. 1
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made of its duties. The
1 ,|..naY"', W,) Guarantee grade and weeks In the Valley (Unzette 888, Ixit Fifteen ((16) 'and Certificate U"'I'AIITMKNT OIrTHIO INTERIOR a part good luck as a hunter. ,

"" 'Vorimanshlp. ',.to. b. up to the Stand- a newspaper published In said Countyand No. S8). Lot Sixteen (16)) of the Seminole 1'. H. IAMI OFFICE AT UAINK8KI.OItlllA prevalence of the disease at that time Mr. Bowen says he is a resident of |
State. Land & Investment Company'sHuhdlvlKlnn 'ILI.N. SIG""' 4. 1S-1S. called for an enormous expenditure Florida for 33 during which ',
.tt....."- of Section. years
Thin IKth day of AtimiM, 1915. (19)) Township
Serial No. Ove$e. and it was no -until vaccination was
time he has killed 600 2500 wild'turkeys
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:- - (Ct. Ct. Heal) J. L. OVKR3TRKET. Twenty-nix (26) South. Knntf" Thirty deer
Clerk Circuit Court. (30) lCnt. The said land being assessed Notice I In hereby given that Fletcher generally adopted by the citizens of and 16 bears. And I presume ,

";J; '.y UoPinUUmber! : Co. I3y JAMES M. JOHNSTON. In at the the date of of Issuance of certificates H.'nll.. of KnnanMvllle, FloridA.. who.on Florida, of their own volition (to pro- if he had his say-so "also 100 panthers
unknown.
name Unless saidcertlrtcait's
Deputy Clerk. November 24. Ittll made HomesteadKntr tect the neighbors against the unwise 2000 wildcats 15,000 squirrels twice
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;; : KH1BBS & STEED. be redeemed according > No.414694, for lot I of NEVi' \ and victim of the ailment) that this
t J :Prosnpinesis'jp'iir': Watchword. to law tax deed will Imue thereon that number of ducks and treble that
., Solicitors for Complainant. 86 n Ixjt I of NWV 1<0. Swctlon I. Township SI
iNiofte 1>S.' I'T. Klhstmmee. Fla. on the 27th day of September: A. n'i Mouth HanKe 34 J ""t. Tallshassee.Meridian. financial burden was in any measure of quails. "Some hunting, eh?"
,t f., . 1916. lisa tiled notice of Intentionto lifted from the board and eventually
",,,;rv ,- '.', !. Clrrult Court, 1I. ..Judicial Clreult. Witness my hand and official seal' I Now being a hunter and trapper
miike Three- \ ear Proof to establish the reduction of this to the
Oseeela Klorlda
expense
Count
thin the 26th of .
day A. I
August )
1H16.
r..{ . -; h :" . claim to the land above described he- the of vaccina- myself. I cannot pass such triflles as
(Ct. Ct. Heal) J. U OVEKSTREET. state through agency
.. .... fore Clerk of the Circuit Court at Kissimmee notice. I
F.i Bulleek, Reeelver' Lynn Clerk Circuit Court. Onceola36Bt this by without soma WAS

: "4:' N4.SiitySix; Haven Beak, Jt Trust Company, Complainant -County. Florida. ,. 116.Claimant Florida! on the list day ofU"tob..r. tion Then was came ninety-nine three yellow per cent.fever epidemics one of the early settlers of California f''ij\

\.s i'.. Foreclosure of Mon asge. names aa witnesses: two in one year-at Miami and and took to the mountains. Game was ,,
; /thU Is A pr.scflptloaproparcd: especiallyfVJfer William II. B.,-.... and Iluodu c. foyer, .. Circuit Court, State .f Florida, Seventh H. H. UU)'. of Kenanavllle. Klorlda. West and in 1905 there plentiful there at that time. And ,]
Key was an-
"'; Hespeudeiits. Judicial (Circuit ()...... I John 11. Haled.,,. of Kenansvllle have the last 12 in Florida. '
J .- MALARIA or CHILLS 6V FEVER. It appearing by affidavit of W. n. County, In Ckauccry.K. . Florida. other at Pensacola in which 75000.00 spent years .f
I 4'Five t six doec will break any cate. and Crawford of Counsel for Complainant Klt-llRHK. of KenanKvllle, Florida. was needed to meet the demands of Have trespassed in Mr. Bowen'shunting ,-

I JU taken thea'a "Ionic1' the Fever will(J not appended to the Bill filed In above (i. Karris, Compliment, IVnlttnn Sellers of Kenansvllla Flor- the emergency. In 1889 the treasuryof grounds time and time again .

1 9 return.) 'It serfon, ho liverbetter than1C.aQ4dddoe.notgIipeor.Icken. tated cause, that William H. Boyce vs. ida. the board from and they are not the best by a long *
Z. II. Stlllwrll Defendant. noiiSHI W. DAVIS was bankrupted excessive -
y and Rhoda C. Hoyce, the Respondents """
2Sc I shot. But I cannot claim such as
S8-6t Register. demanHs! account of small- yet
therein named are non-residents of It appearing by affidavit appendedto on
t' .j- . '- <- 1 he( Mr. Bowen) for myself.I .
the State of Florida and are both residents the bill tiled In the abovestatedcause 1 ____ pox in previous years.
\. . t, - _'.__ ot Washington !>. C.; that they that Z. H. Stlllwell the defendant JNOTICK FOR PUD1.ICATIONDKPAHTMKKT Following this history in a general myself have killed 5 deer in 2
.. are over the are of twenty-one years therein named. Is a nonresidentof I
days end have known a party of 5
hvou1 and that there Is no one wlthjn the the State. of Florida and Is a resident : OK THH INTERIOR chronological order, when the boaI'd '
;- : .. buy State of Florida the service of subpoena of Spirit Lake State of Iowa, over ,r. ft. I.AM OFFICE ATi GAINESVILLE I by economloal administration 'of its men claiming 27 deer and 13 wild tur- .

,. ' ., io.f1. 1 ".'- upon whom would bind said ..re the age or twenty-one years: it I is therefore FLORIDA .1iI...... 4. 1ela. affairs had accumulated a fund of keys, 9 ducks a good pot of quails and
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4. ) .., h. ., spondents.. It Is therefore ordered that, ordered that said non re.ldent '
;;' " Serial' N'.. 4)10073 squirrels in 4 days. But that was oily
aid Respondents. William H. Boyce defendant be and is hereby requiredto some size for A real fight against tu-

; : ,1 : and Rhoda C. Boyoe be and they hereby appear to the bill of complaint filed Notice Is hereby given that RichardC. berculosis the governor of the state once. Then think of averaging 184
BREAD: ; are required to appear to the Bill In said cause on or before the 17th Moore. of Ix>kosee, Florida, who on 1 and the comptroller diverted $60,000 deer and 75 25-33 turkeys per year /
,, of Complaint tiled in said cause on or day of September A. D. 1911. otherwise May 20. 1912 made Homestead EntryNo. tor 83 years. Some hunting, eh? .,
from this accumulation to the pensionfund .
: : : before Monday the 4th day of October the allegations of said bill will "".
jI. sal4Z3111 010473. (or 8E%. of NEW and NEK Besides the laws of Florida positivev
; 1111. otherwise allegations of be taken a* confessed by saM defendant ;
..AsltfortheIB.T.i j of BhH4, Section II Township 11 South.
will be taken confessed saidR.spondent.U \ ly'prohibit such slaughter of .i*.
.' a* by Range 34 East TallahaaseeMeridian. The legislature some years since, : game.,
If. It I* further ordered that this orderbe ha tiled notice of Intention to makeTbr..ear provided for the and treatmentof Mr. Bowen had best modify his claims. ,y;
) --,1t le further ordered that this order published once a week for four (4)) Proof, establish claim to care
\W. .'livcarit be published onoe a week for four con. consecutive week In jthe ,- ".lmm.. the land above described to before Clerk indigent crippled children of the I spend the hunting seasons in the

F., ;' :!a" ..outl week In the Valley Oasette. a rrd Uasette, a newspaper.published of Circuit Court at Klsslmmee. Florida, state, and this most splendid charity woods drifting from place to plAce -y
: v' weekly, newspaper published In said county'and .State.This ." 2 dozen And '.. 22 I IK-
., r.1 / "i\ on tbe list day of October, 1911.Claimant . has wrought and; .U working 1 todayan using only traps ''
and Stats.! August 11th. 1HS.
County .
; Seal names as witnesses: .untold amount of but this rifle which' is large enough for: the
1. good
"K Seal) ; .Y. U vOVBRSTREHT. ( ) J. OVERBTREBT. K. B. Willis, of Lokoeee. Florida.F. *'
> BAKERYfr' r Dated this August 11th. 1111. --'" Bjr JAMES M, JOHNSTONT. ,- -" H. Padvett. of Ix>kosee, Florida. of,.the',State ,Board. of. Health. The This Mr. Bowen had: best modify: .f; 1
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/ '""?*,;" .... .- ;, , Van' 8ololto Agnew,. for'Complainant.* Crawford! ... .ll-4t, wrwria- O-PRTAN.- -t.P.pu' ".;' a? ...Clerk. /, D. i* Mclaughlin" of Liokoiee. ,, .Flog.Ida. sum comparatively is .not larger? ;certainly his .claims! ;' theq' we r can ?look --upon \

...... ..... ,'. Bollcltor for Complainant.,..,....,> I tItI ROBERt,WI;DAVI2.lt it is small compared with the him .as. A.. HUNTER., ,i;
1 I. Circuit Cnrt *.i>- the> .."..... Ju- -_ _, .. JRe..te", results accomplished it It A material '
,dicial Circuit .( sac State .1 1"1....-.. I. Circuit Court fet 'ths' ....._.. Jut Irial 1 tax the funds of the ,state : THE FAULtLESS. . oil
Ma, la and fee Oeceela Ceuuly circuit .f the Stats .!blend, "upon" .The who' he la without
of. 1J.\o ..;J. > IN CHANCERY I. ... K.Oeceela Cwuuty. IN COURT OK COUNTY ,JUDOB 'board. V" i ; ; man says ,
: ;1., . ? ';J' FresA Mary X. Boss Vla.w. a. duardlau efffilla .. TATUToitr ,Acnow STATE OP FLORIDAOSCIfiOUA In its wisdom some years ago the fault would probably not know A fault, .
: .. ... > --' COUNTY if he should meet in the middle of' *
:;; ; .>- '. ,. .. Bass, I Rey Bass, Cll. Bass The Petltleu 'ri.jr legislature ruled that the"board, from one
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mad Pier Bell Baea, aalaev Itclru ef f ADOPTION OK ChiLD ,
the road.-Knoxvillc JournotIt .
: aitV'&e t/TiSi h Welter ....., .... deceased, Cemulaln.aut. llarferd Mcl4IUB-ullav f I. re Estate ef Aareu Keeahurgi the fund at its command, must furnish ,:, i
$L . Ite-Adv.tl.. .f Robert -Mslhew Evans. Notice Is hereby given to all whom 'free tov the/farmers of the state, hog Is claimed that women chauffeurs ; '''
c ?. s vs.. vonucLOitinn SUIT Notice ..fAd.laTa It may concern that on the loth day cholera serum. All the farmer had /
:: r : ) ( .....PT'T. Bass and Cells Bass, his All Whose It May Oejseerul of-Kebruary.. A. D. Ull, I shall applyto are more Cal eful drivers than men. v:,
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; ; IJauy . Wife. and Mary N. Bsss, widow, Be. Be it known. that on the 14th day of The Honorable T. M/ Murphy. ..ludll'ot '- to do was to say he wanted some of )"I,,' '
IT; I-i rJ .-.udents. September, A. b. 1&16., I shall apply said Court, a* Judge of Probate, for the very: expensive medicine, give a :
l-iffl .* JVOTHJB OF- MASTEIf ."LIII the Honorable 'James; W. Perkins, my nnal discharge a* Administrator of \ general description of his family of MANY SEC: : MIRACLES: 3 S"
;. : T T* All W"._ It Mar c.._.... Judge of the Circuit Court for the the estate fat Keesbury. deceased ito and the board to ,
: ; and that that time I will hogs -was required
:'i/AT'563 BROADWAY Be it known that notice I* hereby Seventh Judicial of the State of
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p\y given by the undersigned, as Special Florida, for the CircuIt of the said Court my final accounts a* supply his demand. It cost closeto IN GEORGIA
Master- Chancery hereinbefore ap- Adoption of Robert Mathsw Evans, a for Administrator their of said estate, and ask $20.000.Ja.t year to control a dise..ewhich ;;

I ,:" RHONE :'5OARQ11$4"JI pointed this cause that during; thelegal chllu now residing In Klujmanee. City. Aug.approv.LDated 2nd. A. D.-H1B. affects human beings not at all I ... n'Sull'erer
hour of Onceola Florida.
sale on the 4th day of County A. B. DROITOHT,
,. I< .,_ -. -, . October A. D. 115. being a rule day of Dated this 26th 4ay of August A. D. SS 1 m 8 m Administrator it affects only the pocketbooks of a Rescued Swiftly After Hop :
this Court. I will expose for sale to 1916. small minority of the people of Florida Had Faded and Long, Treatments :: '

|Sv the, highest bIdder. for cash the fol. UATFORD McLAUOHLJN.. the comparatively few who hap- Failed. >.
; lowingdescribed premises: Johnston & Uarrett. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX .
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..0<'11.t. ... .. The East half of Lot Three and all Counsel for: Petitioner. lIlt UKICU riMDKlt SECTION 4T4 AND pen to own nogs. Why should the Sufferers- over the state of Geoigia >,

ttjt( ""; ;- of tot Four and the East half' of Lot I 475 HKNKRAI. STATUTES OF money raised by general taxation be have found A1 ready: deliverance .

: .Q- I ,...- ,..........:. -' Six Addition of Block'to the Five Town of S. of A. Klsslmmee Robinson' NOTICE OF jADMxNlaTRATOR' THIS STATE OF FLORIDA handed out to the swine owner And from the ills of stomach troubles peculiarly -' ",-.,.I (3I

. . Said land. (For Klaal Dlaetiaru-u.) that not to the man. who owns a diseased common in the south. '
....' City. being- In Oseeolej I. Court ef c.... Judge, state ef Notice Is hereby given "William : _
*: '.-I' /... 4' ,jt County, Florida FI.rt.y .. Johnson purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. orange grovel If state funds are Remarkable stories of health regained -
J.: "The place of sale shall be the Court In Werce S48 dated the 7th day of July A. properly to be expended for ;private are told by: hundreds who hAve .
re estate 9f John Oiceolaeounty.
; ; :Galvanized. County House Door Florida.In Kisslmmee. Oaeeola. D. 1113. has flIed said certificate In my interests, why should it be diverted used Mayrs Wonderful Remedy.It <, %
; office has
and made application for
t ,Dat.ci this JIIth day of August.' A. Notice I* hereby'h.t.given... the to oil 20th whomIt Tax Deed to Issue In accordance with from the fund specifically raised for it A remedy with A record.' The first- ? ,

..:; 1' ; '. .tt CorrugatedL" D. me., of re November.A.' ay concern. D., 1 1S,t I hall apply day law. Said certificate embrace the following the preservation of human health? dose is always proof to any stomach l.

.!.I t' '". . ., if .JOHN S. CADEL to the Honorable '"1'. M. Murphy, judge described propertyeltuated' in When .glandered animal is killed sufferer who tries it. It is quic .- / -
'. I 'A Special Master In Ch.neery..JOHNSTON" OAceola Klorlda
", of County, to-wit:
said court. a* Judge of Probate for
and
FlatSkeeiiL of the for Here what two S'
und state Are users :
1: GARRETT my finaldischarge aa administrator of 1 Lots Thirteen (IS) and Fourteen (14) r. the'authority say '- '
." It ,As-Counsel, . for Complainant IT-lt the estate of John Pleroei deceased; of Ulock One Hundred and nine (109) the protection of other animals and REV. 'J. POWELL, Statesboro, 'GL' .
,, : fr? :' ; -," and that at the same tlma.K' will pr.. of the' Town, of at. Cloud, according to of human life, why: should the $75.00 -"I Just escaped the operating table.; :

; . : . flOTICH' roll PUBLICATION sent to said court my final-accounts a.administrator the recorded plat thereof.The paid for."uch slaughtered animal, betaken Now I can eat what I please. I would. .,1.
!! -- I of said estate,. and ask said land being asssssed at the '
] : .' ,, ,- Serial N*. O1OTO for their ..approval.Dated . date of Issuance of such certificate In from the funds Of the State be glad if everybody suffering 'with'stomach' -*'. %w." ;

'\\f 4: Aid' Allorms:of MVal't ,: PurtuMut of the Interior, 11.-........ May 18, A. D., 1118. the name of Unknown. Unless said ,I Board o( Health T Why should it not trouble could learn of your: _

,of.*.- at UalaeevUle, Flerldm. Aug. W CRAWFORD.. certificate shall be redeemed according I be taken- from the funds, of, th* Department Remedy.: -, '- --i.'V: '
?J Administrator. X'
,. 9lf ISIS*' to law. tax deed will Issue thereonon ,SALISTA THOMAS La'France :
i. _ 12-2'-20-ll-lt.41 : llth of D. of Agriculture or by A special
J . !. day September. A..
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: VRojiflni .I "I.'ber.b St. Atlanta Ga-"Ihan taken
.''Notice given' th' t..AU.a! C. fund provided for the purpose? ,' your
1'Yi. Gannon. of Uokosee. Florida who. on ,J..>>aA NOTICE Witness my hand and official aeal at The bird 'pays for thV Pasteur remedy.five, weeks; ; ,It has done, me'
4L ? : May 14, 1.1I. made Homestead Kntry., Klsslmmee City. Florida, this the llth much good. .1 feel Ilk* I hardly: ,knoW)
L SIZES ANI> GAVEDELIVERY IN TIlE TINDALX. treAtment in indigent: eases' for the
No, 010702. for NW t.of NEt4, Section KSTATB OK M. D. day of August A. D. 1911. -- is ,
J"' PROMPT .* 18, Township 11 South Flange t* But DcecaaceU: tNotice' J. L. OVER8TRBBT. ., prevention :of"bydropbOb1a'' In' human my strength-mi Appetite fine.

Vi ,,-vi"' i* ;'. '. Tallahassee, Meridian,. ha. 'flled-i noticeof : (Qt. Ct. Seal Clerk! Circuit Court. beings And About one-half of the cases ,;.lIoIa7r'a Wonderful _Remedy gives ,.
;fyoifA'thevilarfest.and: : 6.t',colm-' Intention-to make Three-year Proof, Is ('hereby, given 'that 'a'* the ...4\ Osceola' County, Florida permanent results "for atomach'll.er; ,
tol: establish. claim to the. land above widowofthe above named decedent. I ' occurring,Florid-a come' .under i the and Intestinal Ailments. Eat AS much
4 fft *rpi 4lRiddaMt8l- In' FloridA,' -, described before Kegleter and Revolver ... D. Tlndall, who died Intestate, I will indigent classification. .Italso? dis-t .. Nomore
Ualnesvllle. present my petition' to' the .Honorable CURIOUS! PJCTUREST; j! And whatever you like. dis-; '
at Florida;on the,7th Jsry tributes free .to indigent ,the JTenner ''
c f : of October. i$H.. -" "i,.'' yft'j 7 M.-'Murphy. the County Judge of 4s. 4 the'.t'moUl -" -* tress'sftereatbigpressur. of gas.in
: Products Co, '1 CI.lmant.wltft..*.e.t, -:<. .<, ceola.Cou.t,..":trIor Ida, at his.offlcevUl Jri' galleries'ot 'AntwerpAre vaccine: theantltyphoidvaccine.. Also the stomach>d Around,the .heartGet \.
.1 l{ O. W. Fertlo,'of LokO.Hp'FlorI4 the Court House. In- Kissimmee'Plor&da certain-pictures "of old masters In diphtheria, antitoxin .. ,A .; ': one bottle 'of 'druggiit now-; .'
$ -EVBRGREEN;; AVENUE. n.;, li'WilU.. Ixkoseo Florida.J .' oa Mond., ,..the 4th day of October..A, which:the jumble: of: ideas' :As re- 'The State Board of ,Health/at' Its And It Absolute'your :
try on guarante.'I
; : FLORIDA : B.-Toung.; t.oko..., Florida.,; D. 111. for the appointment of Corninlssion.rs tnarcQble-as| the flnov> .Ia Annual spring session ef 1915,Authorized an : % . ,j
; qc.SU; VlJfE, ;J JJ... Owens, of Florid' . to assign.my Dower'Interestin technique is if not' satisfactory money1wfllb'se.'
; .- _".- ' LokO..b. AVIS.. I %the ,said,estate according" tolaw.. one/picture/.h86veD""the archangrles And<'I i directed ,the installation: f1U1ded.- ." I,-" I
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,.!fof.t"H;' .:. : ".. JI iI-K. 1t.a.I..ter: i.'I. i. At rwhlch .tim, and place -all partle' ,In are armed. 'with bows And Arrows/And tuberculosis district.nursing- practical -- 4.k .. ; '

._-_ -. .1 interest ,may .& t.lld..It.. ;4-hy .deem in A celebrated pointing of,"The Murder treatment.And education in band > 1

., . ' ,- .. Circuit. OewrV Seventh Judicial Circuit ", !!P.sr.' .n 0..,?.',.TIN'DIit.4,2a: of tho-lnnocents1 the massacre is ling this disease,' which is designed to ORDER I TOUR(COPT o", .>THKRASTi .,
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.Oovuly f.Oesssla *n d State .d 'PLORIOA'ANNITAI. .now to'' be'Sure'that ::1
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'T *. . AdmTnlitratrlx..NOTirBOP '
,.f_....,.w./- represented ,as tLld l&place in'a city take'th. place ot.J stateVBanltarium.. you /will get one.' The Annual will ,
io irie I last drop of.Holland.. The parents of the>chlNtren 1 The sanitaria.system'has ben found be a comprehensIve illustrated booklet' .., _
,4.- ,. '+AuflATIl1P IIOND. ; ADMIinrrRATOR,. I tobe state 100 'or more pages. IxlS Inohee. It: will. ,
not.
: me, stout' burgherstheRoman from long experience ,
; aty: .,.K....__..*. Florida, '..' Mualelipal \ Ce *",u... 4, soldiers'','Are,.Dutch': politernei canned wid.'benedcla1. the -general; .treat Putnam ,Volnsla,. .@emlnole.. .- Orange,, '
MAXWELLHOUTE h,., 'v. ,. w..... ,.1' jill.. :t C urtA e>V i County ,Juiare, 'Sfat* with muskets and thu. innocent Infantsare ment of the disease And the open...11'I Brevard. o.c&ol.at.. Lade, Palm B..... '

.,.,,.. .1 .........., 1 '.' '" FlorlusvUt BaTutO.of ' 'Oseuela., Cuutlu transformed'Into'solid schoolboys ,i.vastly more'1ffecUve. *'The, vnew Dade and Monroe; counties., It will tell -/I
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p.. .NOT.OIII ,1'0'. SHOW CAV . r* : I the resources of each county, Inoludinci i '' .
.4' To" the ) flly-of ;Klsslmmee' the CoUW-pf .Notlde le hereby .... And hobn&Ued shoes, ** ' '.. ..: tha lund.' ( the boa d., : ,,, roads and .rona,rrown.' It will eJao'/: ?.., .
o pscnola.'and State of r' ,. ""- It nay Cone in that on tue 'twe4fl day ',' I ', '" ' ; Authorize tell of aporta afforded, name of bot.III.'J, .
: ' \{
of Decemberp.. 191I I sbail .The: lerl.l.tur.'Of.J915:; <
t. IIW4 pply I' -. .j. "' and much Valuable Information.! fOr '
, ... \-.l'o..r.to': Ihow' *hereby"'. "I .: to the1 )j.norb1s T-Uur cage .' .:'IMust B. Sociable. .. . ,'!'. .the board toundertake: -.tat W. winter reeidenU,. tourists./bomsseekej-s'
: OFF-: .. of said court, -*a ,! 1 ate- rag 1' Md> Floridfarta- and .townspeople.,
.r ., :, fore bl. :JI_ I ... my, diab&rge or oft) ,"A"fanner'a-Hte" is Vary __Ign of-education on health. .mat-iesid your order tod y' WIth SC cants InfejiBtts
" \\'i':, his ''ofoetntember4lth. st&te of Walt.r sr. dsan.ssdl fjDt." ..fI donno whether e,Ja'replied mbi the ... .of tfc* aI.b.mou.'waIL' . or oetAzoc4-eaeli copy Aeetreo. .
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I),., .., L.. the bonds' In.,.the Ill _' V.i dthatt4tbe anmet&rn.wfl1r.- ..Farmer e ratoa.*Ltin' .I,... :" I .'vi.....t.1a flJM per : rt onlarcermaatltloa. ''v,

4 tlon. should not ho' "....... c... pm -:.tired oh !tV.tan' & troctfon-br ..pBft.;.aCA rs.JA to'beiiTn 110 iiu..be.. reoelved leettedabouk ...

ttrmed according to the (Statute* ,In. ,'..",% At'tbe ,sMW.old.iolcosMOUMT ;.. in' ovary Prt of Florid, that issaehsJ no, w-will. as coon

,. such(Ct..Ct.case...rae/te) J.*..I d* proviaed.OVJDlUft'*$ ,'boAi' ew'.jWa". .".....d."JOT' > by raUroada; And this motbod A/adree as the : for_ the Company malla,
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.' IS.It: _jClerk.1..ot 'aal4 0.1$... I I ,r", ,,... '*" q..iALJ_"_ _... is known M ite; .be cbespeaM 'vastly.:. t.,Au.... si to Nov. 1

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I. hJs: 'lW Wa kome he OBirOR BrOS ir* \ *> l '< T I ; '
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I ., *!*- .>* n f ** ''i.'i Ids) isMthav. MId sister until Us '; .' '' "*I __ i ilif : ;-;:,
( bids for Uualclpi Band*. se latMl OMMeMMI have A ifllisV tlrt 1 :
tea .
6)i oud Vi artment .lel5Theo&a.Raia 'DeLand. #! IdaNoUcs Issued.. bjr.the. City;,.of Klaslramee,I'will shoot,t..ty..ftIa. npe. '- '
Girls
P enjoper'at ; 0' ;'''That'a"tarr M.." ,.
;'t. b..byIv.1i "that '' .J..t. .
'" dinner "in
lji) ;;;" i- and 'pur ML UfyRR1'OR
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: YJ" theDr Is liable
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; hall , scenes of the Kesolutlon adopby happen-....* fool;who .JIv'; sv..hge. '
Tuesday; the Cpundl'of:: the City of Klaslmroe. doesnt mow irs loaded .. prli
a 'dtFro. : :and Kra.v1e'ddecI / de August. Uth". starts to aon al's at r. '
f4ontier Itlt the Council will .
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keying I
., 1'IOtfla o.f tt; .* 0 Our.. OWT. ,to Stay;: for' ri Delve sealed bid for the ,purchase ,of at.-cearier-IttIoI..a.t. 1.- :" felab sadi per msltli.
.'+j.t'IfJ"I"S' p 1 "_::_"'_ ) Edwards I Twentyaven Thousand FIT- Hundred " "-""' "I geed..1' 10 eaih ..
II"' ; : .p,. "._. _--eat ., eobv Nebraskttftf B I (127 0,0,00) t:>ollar* ale Par CenC Muni |1 As lack; , lle kactia
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'-d'.... ," 'N"" .\ -, went to a ration e pal Honda, at the Crerk'a ofne In th. Brown 'was'',a tight listed, baN .. .. -- "
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and bocaq vet foe hesband. City Hall at XlMlmrn.. Florida"at hearted old farmer'His brother Wil ,A b-rooai piastared noose, lot MX
throck ,, 5, I' DOW out', of T:'0 p M., on the Utb day 160 ''til deep watt, .Small cash
: and amll7.retvmed lake {'I'OD& between 'Ma.aaehu..ttllhaDd'Ohio : getttnerwetf'fast of September S.tur".l' liam dying: ha drove Into town to have wy-.
from a long visit inMartins- avenues. ,"--." the : Th..lieu. ooaslsts of:.Iz (.) 'Bond. ; notice-about his death inserted In ment, balance Ill. rant <. ,

They 'enjoyed the-summer Rev.' S. Day, who has'been:;in St. t for i baby. gettingpn fine each follow to b. dated" frflm'data of. Issue as the weekly paperThere .-.. .?," 'A e-room boasdew. lot'it10sld0. ft.

rth,,bat' are glad to back. !: Cloud conducting 'the. Sunday,school, i back In hb' eaniace.few ,W. ax- ODe Bond: la the sum of slut, no charges, be'there T" deep -!. .Price.and terms right. __

als. state wards a weeks, but Hundred .Dollar*. fl.IIO.) maturing In he asked anxiously ., .
,and Mrs.'::A. ,I#. Marskie; Who lain of the L, O. 0.made r1i will stay until'' the :Tn rara.-;; : ,"Oh, yes, indeed'! answered the ed
,,! pent the summer at Whitewater and appreciated speech in the fe ts real cold.' .ar.-Five dfor' ..-Thou.a.4 Dol- Ito l'. ."Our price-is $1 an loch." MRS.''MARY;?M.:: SUMHKltS,.,Owner.
J. S. Cadel!,. attorney for the board fi.Ooe.eO. ) each maturlnsr*r.*P**' ,008 Penfletd St,: fiU.Klsaimrooa.Also'City .
expect.to be backstSt.ploud,. lowl haJJ Tuesday night: 1":'.; j.'ax of tlv.1,. .lvcn. twelve, \.thirteenfour* Great Scott mattered the old "
.September'8tb., '. I S."J Behreiber II buUdiDta eottace: county commissioners was in v St., ten stun : man,."an' B111.1 sU foot Wo.? Properties, Farms sad

.,' ..young lady 'aebool teachers'' on Usouri"avennVUtween-Te..th and ,Cloud-. Mrs.-Wednesday Florence On business. rat.Interest of .lx oa said rto6-.'td be..at, the .. ,r . Ttmbar ,]>nds,, for cab andexcstan,
Richardson aunt per ceoW payable ml.nnually.
issimmee''came over' on tha.urday Eleventh, streets"r': : Mrs.Charles of .* -- :.- , . Nlekel"buttonl".llt'matar4aU7. in .
afternoon.> ,? ,i B. W.Merwinls; building cottage 'Ryan, arrived Wednes itald boa4.'wlll?.ot.- be sold' for .... carrying' out, the- military effect' on
a '...V>bel a' Bassett who has been ,MI.-ou"a.enu.; between.. Seventh day-;from LouisvilIelCy,J She will\ than par. r, J." :;top ,\-', ", I .,. ',
a+Uleter In,Missouri. ,;' and .t, "[ spend month here the guest, of, Mr. n..11 A.eertiaed___ ,u... check_ _.... >: Five. .. Hundred_ 1
.&i I and-Mrs.' Ryan ,/ xv9mw.vvi peraoie 10 me iTeae* '
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friends streets.nican'atta I 100UI'lll'of;eon- .* urer of the / 'J
at Memplds.Tenn here
City of
came KU-lmtn**, Florida, '
short visit avenue between < E. Vv Porter made a business';:trip .h.r accompany each bid.The .. :
:;leFnw 7 for a with her par vKissimmeo '- CALOMEL IS MERCURY 1T SICKENS !
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roa-ht
M.: .: Rev.. and. Mrs." W." L."'Hackatt; Eleventh and Twelfth streets. ; '- -Tuesday afternoon., ., of all bid;, .'U-reeerved? .to' reject-any- , ,
.. \ r.mnd 'Monday morning-returned. to- i*-' bere was a large attendance at the I' IO"'O Addre.. all, bid to the Council ef _
-C"\J; C her horns at Tampa..; ,/ dance last Saturday night c.t -'Van' : : City R. of Kllmm. .Florida, car. of J. '

V;., ." Misses\ Fleda, and .Lott1*l Doolireturned pavilion. ',A J.rn.Ollinber of our Kis* .', 'UNIONENTER, O (Seal Gilbert) 'City' ?.Clerk.R. GiLBERT ACTS' ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE,

it ,'Friday.-..enlnc'fromX simmeee friends came ,over: and that 4 .-. +'" ' .."1-4Bessie sl-t Clerk City of Kl..lmm.*. ,

bondale Ohio where:thy,.har* beenttiebooiittrle always livens things up. a it.-, '. ,; 0.. .. ...... ... .... ...... .. . ,' ,.,'.,. .,
; 1. Is teaching>droolattUo Charles Luc, Minnesota aveuue and \J >-" liawson'mada '' NOTICE .' an ..
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lx> Doollttl. is: teachnsT school.; at Seventeenth street had'a'l&O foot wall a' business trip "Uads l'. Urer Twit JUrtj Yoar Unr Here's'my gaafanias. .-Qo to any drag,
.+ '.1.1....\Oak, this termand/Mlss-Fleda' put down on his place.* The..water,is to Orlando Friday. To Whom It May Concern tor*' and get a 60 Tent bottle of De> 1'r

It' '' "wiU teach In our St. Cloud schools" reported to be the very"; b *t. David Lassie Have visited'her'mother Sat' Mrs. Mary Bailey, noe Reynolds, has .* Tin aJ.i'I.. OowilSinnU ._'1 IJver Toae. Tab '. epooapalalght M-,

n.[ ,Sunda7-school inlUtu&W '..... Osborne,. who lives next doop4to Mr. urday, and Sunday. __ .. without cause or provocation left my .. and if i' 'ooaent. etralgbiesi yoa ,
f ?' e tejjr here on Tuesday by the Rey.r Luce,-&Jao had a'160' foot well drilled Mr: and'Mrs. George Weth.rbee and be4 and' board and I will therefore or Uib Yw Jlct -..... right op sad lUke 'yon ,f.*!flno aMvigorous < '
:\ -*:, Fla., Mr. Day with the same, result." St. Cloud has ,little son are 'visiting;'relatives and not be responsible for any debt she a. .. \ by morning was you to is;

r Ii .- .$rthe.. State Sunday plenty of good pure water under the friends in this community before going may contract. i ., *mm' back to &be'non Lad get your .' .. r

ladron, a company of bardpan, and to go after it Is not. 'IU7upenllv. to their new.homo in-Tennessee. S:D. BAILEY. '. L. .tea to' mi Take' M noM 'sick*: Do .oa'.' Liver;Tone Is' de &rorlc: .
Lot:: d covering the state .. !;-Sunday was a great day, for Union Sept. 1. '1915. erring, salivating calomel when. bilious or sale of calomel' bsoauser l'- is real Hvernedloiaei

LO2L Sunday.scbool work Miss Irish'Oliva. of Kissrmjnee, Cetiter folks. The services at; the new -., 37-2t eonsUpated.; Do__' los a day's work I. entirely vegetable, therefor Heaa I

invaned at .9:80 and spent the-night in 8 t. Cloud Tuesday church i were 'largely attended.' Dr. Is Clrmlt Lot and well attended \mrnt. Maeklin >*nr ached two 'very Intareet- .del Cherie ... t... ."'...( 1......... which: causes BeerosfsVol'' the ;bones. I guarantee that one spoonful of 1)o4.Ii l, i iliver 11 )
l..n. sesthe.day.with ,... ;'
ing and Im and 0- e.'F. Calomel whoa it eoms Into contact eons Liver Ton* will pat ehwgiea, ,
: .and'Mr. helpful sermons. In the' at. TOW
to .. Kirkbride _
> a elosight : Mr M.. )I. spent t ;X" with sour bile crashes into It breakli "
I bowls
to work and iii'that
ternoon we had the pleasure of listenIng elean your
in which the Klsslmmee
the In'
Bap- dar Wednesday. VrATtTTORTBU PROCERDIl'fO' It This is when fl that
i crowded. Rer. Day Mrs.: XL. K Priest left Wednesday to a splendid sermon by Mr. Goo.Watheibea. .Artb.r De__., 1'1....... up. and you If awfulmauesa _r'.1e tad eonsSp ted waL et" ;'J :
.... cramplnr. are sluggish whisk I. sat
yen >
onro 'teen ago of the boy and morningfor"" Jacksonville,,.whe she The. choir rendered several ,- ... .. __. lUSTRICSS. KOH RRl'f'I'H. aad "...I knocked, out" If eloggiag your system
exceletnl' numbers under the ef T. *, et !. 0........*. year tar yea; feel nlearabf: I goajraatsa-As*
to h him."; .Mr. Day said j wil spend the winter with her sister. NOTICE os SMunirr-s SALJB liver U torpid and bowels constipated boWs of Dodaoa'a"Llv.Tokeep -.\We
e a. i.Cracker-and very'fa- Mr. and Mrs... J."J.,.JdcKanzle who i or you. have headache, diuineaa.coated year satin family-fealtag to* 1stnoBtka. '

wl a state at large, this was have' '.. beautiful home on the lakefront fn.-Gt17 Madam-Rang a very impressive -Be of It an known execution that, undes Issued and by virtue toBgu if breath-Is bad or stomach sour .+, 'Give Ik-te your ehlldren. I*laaarmleast ,

!>rat to St. Cloud, and ba fell left Tuesday morning for Stock- solo at the morning service. The above Court In the above styled out of case th., just. take a apoeafnl ef harmless Dod- doe q'$ gripe sod Vbey like Hs i::;:;'

m;lore our city' at the first bridge, Midi to be gone several trio by Mrs. McClain, Mrs. Funk: andMrs. d free ted to the undersigned; a* Sheriff' -' Liver Tone 04 soy grursateta ....... ......' . i
expressed himself.aa hay weeks. 'Geo, Wetherbee was another and commanding-. to make out of ., "J *f .
special treat of the Mr. Nathan the rood and chattel land and tene
day.
this Institute more than Mrs. Annie E. liaatyard and Mrs.Belle ments of. Henry T. Bees th. .
sum of
'+ saq, hs held. Mr. Day is not only Holmes left on Tuesday morn- Bryan of Klssimmee played ,the cornet lS7f.ll Dollars j

a Su school enthusiast, but a ing.for a visit of several d.yeln.T.m- and. Mr. ';. ' which was enjoyed by everyone expose for sale and sell the property
and Sarasota.The pres
promin secret of the
society .man pa I herelnbelow described which I have '
staG, tg the grand chaplain of the residence of Mrs. P. D. MarIne ent.' Over fifty dollars was raised in 'heretoforelevied upon by reason of
;t trend ge of Odd Fellows At the was the scene of an interesting contest cash and pledges Wo havent the aid execution. A. the said. property .
ability nor to describe the din 1* not easily movable the place of sale + .
doe space
: "s Institute work he made an when Mrs. P. E. Morgan, Mrs. Ed hall b* at the
cia lit to the local lodge of that Ely Mrs. Charles Ryan and Mrs. Marine ner. There was more than enough in It I* now :\J. via:buildingwhere No. 117 and lit

organisation in this city. It was at sat down to a finish game of for the hungry crowd. While the Broadway. Kleslmmee. City, Florida. .

} ibis suggestion that the lodge called cards.- Refreshments were served anda church .ta not yet completed we expect otf Th.sale term I. between of sale the are hour caah. of The eleven time You Avoid the Risk ,

for the district meeting to be held in most pleasant afternoon was passed. to hold services in it in the future. A; M. and two P. M. on the Uh day ot
-r 'this city and steps are being taken There will be an interesting and You will find it cool and comportable October. A. D. 1115. .
; uv'which will bring a goodly representstion entertaining contest atthe G. A R. and a cordial welcome I. assured you 'The property la described. a. follows:
1 Ice ,
Hook
of '
\\ t* this city at that time; hall tonight between the following at each service.Everett It pr.Roll of Market Paper. losing*your valuables, by fire or \

t' Mr. and Mrs.. O. E. MiUel of Nar- young girls: Adell Drake, Edith Har Smith came down from 1 10-ft Refrigerator Show Case. theft when yOU'place' them In our Firs. --, .,. ,. '
in Goldie Groves Ruby Orlando Sunday to spend the day with .1 Iron Safe. and Proof "\ .. I ..
5555 were our city on Tuesday rod .Yateman, Ca.h Res-later. Burglar. Valut, where tbq' -
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ndin iff the* Sunday school institute Myrtle 4,'DeGraw, Alberta Sullivan. 'homo folks. } Buffalo Scale. ars'absolutelyliecursv ..... .. <'1'' "
} rs Sanborn went to Klssimmee Thos.-young girls are under the direc Aaron Story visited his mother at 1 Market Seal*. ;

1,. t esday evening where she expects tion of Miss Edythe Williams and the the Jiospital Saturday and Sunday. Paper 1 flam- 81 Rack.leer. You ':ctm''rrena, Safe'Iiepostt Box' 'JJ. '' '.

stay for the winter. contest I..' under the auspices of the She expects to be able to return to 1 .Counter with marble top. here fro as little: a.00 and np.per : I
L. Urban May, of Tampa, came W. C. T: U.. so the success of the .her home Thursday. 1 U-ft. Counter. 1 ..
Thursday evening for a short undertaking is. assured. In additionto ...Mrs. C. M. Smith is quite ill, .this 1 1 t-ft..Counter.. year. .
Meat Block. y ,
ffvisit! with her parents, Rev. and Mrs the contest Mrs. .. .K. Conn will week s Electric -Kan*. .
W. L.Hackett. She left Friday morn- sing as will also Mr. A. G. Durham, Joe Harvey and Evelyn Smith spent L Motor Hauaag- Grinder and fixtures. .

iiIng,to'.join her husband at Sanford, and Mr. Harry Goes will make melodious Thursday in Orlando., 1 Refrigerator Ice. Uox. Jr ,'' ,
? 1 Refrigerator .
\ Beast..Laweon went to Pine Castle CooUnar Plant ouln.ped ,
i f when they-went to Daytona Beach td music,on his queer looking instrument. with, cold storage and machinery Y .r '- l'J
amend'-' the Sxreek end and 'enjoy, the Sunday where ahe will teach' school' connection with Ammonia Tank ,
v ' this Winter. .4 bundle of< Heavy ,
Batcher'
J 'races Labor Paper
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on Clarence UeY'J'etumed Sunday
1. 'Aaron Story, Rosier, Bessie Janette 1 Tuck lies Enrlne.. '
VMr. and Arthur'Morris returned 4Verce;.'Fla..- where, he has, been and Blanche Lawson ,, 120: -ft. Iron shaft, .equipped with,. t"
> here on Friday last'after spending spending the"paey.three months. Heis. spent Wednesday belt'wheela'and beltingL. -.
f few"weeks'with 'at Mobile i .,en'with ,Miss Hattie. Turner.1 Sausage PackingMachine,
h a : friends .glad' to get"back to'St Cloud so Nellie:and 1 'Roller Top Desk and
chair
."uL '"" ,. he "7 .f;,: >" ;!I.1'/ / friends in Orlando Gladys last Barbervisited week. I'Oll ..... I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT
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Mr.and'Mrs.; D. Jr. ,,GOI spent last 1 Dynamo.
..4 .Wednesday at Orlando.' jovial party,of friends bled themselves J.' E., H.ney.J.ett .Monday mornlnc J Weight Heal.. '.
\.: Mrs--A. B. Daniels returned Thur.'I' *- to the'well known Cask place on for. Okeechobee .City, after a days l' Motor. Bon' Orlndr i; ,and equipment. -
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the lake'Yront'atRest' Haven" Mon visit with-relatives and friends.', . ...
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.. ,day a very pleasant 1.Motor ; '
'.., visit with friends at'Lake Alfred. day afternoon when they enjoyed' the .A'Jarge crowds'ent'bathing; .''Wed .Motor Small 8au..... Machine.. DIRECTORS .j __ .'" ;

i !:i. 1" W H last boating and bathing' !until a hugechicken' nesday .afternoon'" and' report. 'tin.time. "I 1 Wore Bench.Mlxlnsr. Sox' > ,ARTHUR E. DONECAN!: :JOHN/ Re'4NSOJI' '
.'ft :)' Thusday.foa' ,week a'wit with dinner, was prepared'by Mrs -- ."? /> .
( two 1/Ammonia .
;' Cass- about 0 o'clock wben they all Mr.;.and Mrs. Sam Barber ..nt't Tank ;,\ F. W. HILL "-ILHIUIARD '
.:friends; at Lake City. ' I : 1 Meat Rack.V,,.,, '4.. .w. GUfTOt$
satdown Ito 'the festive, board andwhere KlasimmeeSunday afternoon to'wit ",1 Small Platform !Seal,':!S O Iq"f' '
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pa wit'and repartee were let loose 1'Oardan-Rak* '> <; *' ,
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1 h<,was: a Visitor here this ,wee .. and 'time .ceased to..exist, for... whileas Mrs daughter, Dated .this, Jrd day of'Rept.mberyA.! :I', ,
Dora Floyd Julius Smith
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s tJ., "., u-Mr.- .''Clara C.,.MiUerrwenguests at the party were' lost In delights and at-the home of ,Mr-'and:: Mrs' Rep '7 '"Ice H. INGRAM-: .
,;;{ homes friends' and business were unJmownjhougbts Floyd.' ,Mrs. Smith has'a host of 'A. BherllT ot Osceola County.. .
the' Bonier house : '
on Sundays "' Ur ROBERT CAMPBELL.JO ., ,
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,.;'i 'Lillian ; Friends who wish her a long'and hap. ; All -
.\ Ml. / Harper,: of ..Jackaonville ,'' The party,consisted of the famous wedded lifa.T '" ibl3TON 4 j Deputy .rUr.
WIli1. and Mrs, S. J. Triplett, of N.r.t py OARRBTT. .. ,- '.
: 'jt h Zimmer sister. Lee George Edwards, I .Attorney toe/+ PlalnUi. ,*7>fl '.' '
_. coossee.were." ." St.. Cloud* 'visitors'on'Tuesday. A. G..Durham'and wife, Mr. and Mrs. ':.. ... . !..... .OO '
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i.r., ,",, . G.: B.'Reynolds, of Tampa'was: -a William/Phipps; Mrs..,Zimmer, J. T. 0 .; ,.CAMPBELL, .4 ;.
Burbank. fy. jf __ ; x I Summer E c&i1on'Res
4 .. eo * hereby given that the Annu' tI
4t. -Cloud, caller on Tuesday Mr.'A.: : Starritt business al )
?qr, ., :; Mr,, G. '.W.* Woodard left 'Wednesday man:! .of;.Ne., prominent.York ,city,. spent :.o.. .. .... .... ..t r; g..b.cDt: ;:8Olxl: ) -

:y;( :: 'morning for a visit with friends several days,.in,.St* Cloud last, week Company PANT will. a be* held Klssimmee at the,office JTiorlda ef, the on I .",131.5.0.. $3i o _'$37.1S1', ,. '" -
,i ; : ; combining business with pleasure and Mr. E. E. Brown of Wimauma, Is Monday the 4th day. of October, UlIJ ""' .
Dckola.' : visiting Durham .K Edwardswith visiting his family here:: at e 0 clock a. m? for tho purpose .. LouiniIIe';" O .SL.. ...... :tw... ,.,

...., ; ) Johnston whom lie 4* associated in business. Mr. Green Garrett and family and eleCUaf tlon of directors, sad for the transae. sal...... .. sal MLA eel..... M4i..aw ( ; \
if,'Kissiinmee/.were callers at St. : Mr. Starritt said many nice things! Mr.. Bart. Garrett and wife left last brought such before other said business 'as' may. .be J.. law Se all e t4,..... c-t Lkaa, c-.s.. RocyIlgesat.rss, Y.lpw.t -,: .::: ,

ti! +( Cloud on ,Friday last.- < about the Wonder weetrforIndlana. They all went in W., B.. CRAwKjRD. Bait lake. CalUerala S2podthab- .....'Tee WalrWa.d.drale, ;',, ,
+i"\;,,>.ltfLabor: Fan-Is.- our elected sur : that City-among which. Bert's Ford auto. tT-2r Secretary.HEREDITARY .IL C.RI TNE7,......ra.r -,. Apt,......... Ia&.s _. i' x.
the
ti> ",'perintendent -of-stre later '-makinc ,a was growing and that city is business boundto'1.. keep 'on Miss SabraBright,: of Orange Cen +'a .au Mat liry......(lid...... 111).J. .. .......... 't':. .". _:_.., __ .. __
, A\., .", showing.'"You don't need ; his line ter ia ,
.1' good a magifving visiting relatives here. "
e:: "' :;:*> 'glass to .see what Mr. Farris It this was year last is'.almost. twice- ...good 'as Mrs" !.. Katharine Griffin was called visitor"And when you arrow up," said the ,:. .J. : . -;. '_' .. : _. :". ",0-" "

r : ;Ii doing,'sll you need.'to-do Is look to tha"bodsidaof her mother Mrs. to six-year-old.EldsA "I sup. ''
, 'l'Oundhthe'dty.N.wcuUera"o.w: : 'new Mr.'Starritt.is a whoUsouled, Jolly Crosby in>Taf ; Fla. -' posed you get T C A.CARSON. Prc de at. f". JN. C BRYAN. $euetar .
gentlemen whose
I tI.irf. 1 roulnp*mowing'! grass and fixing ;- nature it is.to make' Miss- Nellie .Lanler returned Tues "Oh there's hardly any-doubt'about '
friends
wherever.he'
: ,: holes and\ruU in .streets' -f goes; , day few Unanswered small miss. "Every
Th. : The two after a days'-visit to her .i*-
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I, .'" .'-. Mr.Farrislis.foUdsving"'ont announced boy of George Thomas.half, year old baby. ter on'.Paradise: Island. >L body says Z am- much like mamma, flie.Waters: & Carson n
had the' misfortune and aha has been marled three times :
i plan of making the most ur'T to-fall from', Miss Ethel Johnson was a visitor. of : ,
a- wagon and knows"Fifteenyearold "
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.. gent 'improvements'flrst''and! looking break his Kissimmee Saturday. . ;
leg in two
: ', {} .' ?.>out for the public and not the private ling along \ places. but is get- : Messrs.1 ben'Lamb. Lncious Lanier '
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'i i interests.- "i': --r'->1Wstwillbilmmensely'Cplasedto Norman' Bright and' Francis
I, ,' V.. : ,, ..Saturday nleht 'aiparty" of' young Brown wentLou&hman': Saturday distinction of. .being. St Paul's greatest.. .GrQ.CerYCtlnlpany
people gathered at the
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arranging Mrs William y .
Phipps\to\ celebrate .. ,
'r a, bond:issuesoi -money the 'Mr.Ed.: Roberts, has( bought Mr. ,. "/ -: .
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.available to make the Bert Garrett'.tore. ": 'f.j
necessary street '-I :
Joe.Games, and t "
,_ f'. !improvements which-Mr,.. until?the hourfor.music. 'were enjoyed' .The Campbell school progressing ;. 0 3 ',.." .'" :ot Lt 1 4 ,, Wholaale.id RetaiJ'- Dekri'iti;' '
; '- o as-soon as'the Is available light;;to. go out, nicely'another being' added to .- '
\'P ,. money whed she left Theodore DescnnerGUNSMITIl ( tfi:7
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happy'returns -of 1;
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it;: ,,', '..Uk'th..U.rs. : around. thV Duat There/were'bountiful. Miss Axeline Lanier was. a,KJssim- ::1" ';I : .
-refreshments >
:;i'\,\ness..'.,section.of. ''St.Cloud rand served'and that,they 'WU'.thn..nllPlI. mee-vititorSaturday.j: ". '. : : : I ." .,.". > ,r.' 'c/." '",
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'Y :pmpar* ,.n.m'W1tn'WDa.: uieywere ..--' -*- ""-: Mica Ethel Johnson and-brother!, t, ? Pl A..w d, :
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''befo.."McEndree'Tth. newT ity:map- "-- Among' :'thol. wer.: Misses;: Eual, spent Saturday and Sunday. with T::,:CLOUD: FLORIDA t )I, t 'r--, :.:,.'fr:; ''I t

,...;i.eh.l-. got' busy,. &"under;the- !instrucffcms Gladys Saunders prellllt' their aunt' Mrs.Axle Bronson. "j. .. ''' '
Pearl : : '
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Bonnie
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eBuckmaster'hadEhemAev Ricketuifwhile thai boys .wereJim "
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ly' ,, and George Marsh, Fred Fisher' Saturday. v .;, -/ ,. iv :: vWKSELLt\ .i'+ ;WE: JiUY1' ;,' 4 .. '' '' >y
'Paul : ; -
fenforca the other ordinancea which Mrs-'AarOn Braves ana desting ., ;\ :.
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are son ':
Burdette
f on.!the books" so 'don't wait. .tOl"bim;: Wamerind'Fred.and 'Jordan:Northrou,,.-Duke- : her>> ; -eteGr., Mrs.',\<;:.,.H,. Stride.; '] 4'; ,BAT, f ,O, ;A "' ., 'i..tt-t aOste ; r' r,. .-
Phlpps. '
"to gomi'atGyyotrtibut.dan'hp'; v "J'::! land,"of'.Halnev.Ci: .- > J fSQrFR.m. 0 \ ''O. .1 'BIDES 1 Y' ,II) ,", >".!lei\ :.
..... now, ;+ There,t were others .;present Fwfloeename2.we (; "' .' .' r"T-: .' '' ..-. x -? "
i:.."" 1. 'r -;,. did not ",', Mrs.'Ida'Nortodlsheie'i, h,* : t'<'GRAIN. ... 'i.i \ .1 *- :'-' I \ ":: :,;+ : .i i.
t!! t.1t $iambow-.filled his Ford and < 1Tbe'.GoldenRnls get,Girls' '" 'friends'.. again.;; ;;'/ , *' \ 4 *** jt O.'Oh. ,FURS"1. +! !oo'AI'

':wen to the.good''roads convention. at the:.-alert to. help the ;are;alway ion '. Mr..Texas ,Strickland-Was'In this 't' FERTILIZERS J , ," ) 4'" ,0' ,.tot. : "" 11'i'tt!' / .
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t"Lakeland ThW' ".'"'' \' this Saturday E'a, ." ':,;. "' .-. .i1't, i :4 i.4: t ,;..: I

'; jb1r... and ,Mrs,'JJatwherty:' ,'Mr;''and taming timethey pillow: alipsretc.'andtag4olnd'sentthem'la'boxtbon ,..',,.,,. ....'. ...- ...;, ,,' ., ;:> '. }I 0 0<,+ 'SBING"u, .- f, .K.",,',
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l4ft'$ .. .' Ford - The :motem :.**. m.i1D ,,!IfJ.. 4, e, 1e, 18. J ;;") r '. __i._ ,1"alTe,,; ;. ., __ .. ,, \. ,l. '.;. ..J'i, [-.i .\,"""" ,A: /1 ";( '.
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: : tore, 1027. and 8 disk ploughs.An that he left Kissimmee on 'August 2 4:<;0Dizziness \ FOR SALE! OR TRADE for horse and #

\ ANS: MAKES, REPORT Hog treated 75. Cows treated, 1. eighty ton silo has been constructed I and was gone a month. He first visit- is. Annoying wagon one leT. Buick la food '"':
HORS, treated for cholera, 61. and filled on the Edgewater ed Louisville, Ky., from there he wentto .. .I condition good tires; must ell or' !, +
; Mile traveled by rail, 1495; by: Plantation Co. farm. This farm has French Lick Springs.: Here he Aa Many Klssinmee".. p, opl*' Know trade at once A. M. Jones, P.. O. 'h ,
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./ '/ TOTHE, COUNTY BOARD team or auto 4868. a large acreage of Jap. cane velvet spent fifteen day: He amid: Too Welt'j; t '''i) Box Jll Klsdmme 7U ,.::11I'' "
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Attended 71 meetings with a total cowpeas new "French tick Springs is the finest '-. "' .
j .x7\. attendance-of 2497. grasses. An extensive demon tratiqp place on earth for the purpose for ''' 'i ''
; DEMONSTRATION AGENT SHOWS When the kidneys ar'weak: or. disordering FOR. SALE-A flock'of, goats, apply
,"' WORK IN .Held field total in citrus work has been started there which it is used.* I met Thomas ,Tag- I ." .'. '. ,
1'' ., : GOING ON THE aiX meetings,,with a, they fall behind in' filteringthe to.A. E.-Dnught.; ffftf
".: iD FRUIT GROWERS' ,OF. 'OS-, Spoke at seven schools in the interest spraying have'outfits secured two' new within power the could to make'my'.tay': pleasant ,1 attack the nerves the'resultie, felt in FOR SALE OR'EXCHANGE hare,
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,; Cu T of the Boya' Corn ,Club work, : took fourteen ,batha-and.drank. Plato of drunkennesswill
: last few weeks and several spraying ". t' spells vertigo, just as ISO-acre improved farm all In good ,,-, .
+ 'J 1 l' Made a tree to tree: inepectionbflf,942 demonstrations the. citrus groves water. ,.freelyj <., make' man'.dizzjr.from the pqU, repairand-, one 90-acre farm inv, v .
tr !y. .Evans:',,cpnnty''demonetntions citrus trees; :,' :; have been started. "" ," > l From French Lick Springs >we went Boning of''alcohol: ;' > .J '. de his'report'at., the meet- Secured 16 bundles of' a new varietyof 618 torts' of crushed limestone has to Signal Mountain- Tenn.;'where;,! backache and irregularity of the in vicinity of..Kissimme or will selL, (r. ;
'.;1'' br. county' commissioner* held Jap.:Cane from th. FJa. Exp. .Station been purchased since Sept. 1, 1914 as met Charles James a'wonderful man, kidney secretions are.all signs of weak Jacob Huffman JIWard.I\ide. ,;
": ."" ,.\ton' jyv'It: reads a* follows for distribution in this county. against 80 tons previous to Sept., 1014, who has taken just an oak thicket on pr disordered kidneys: and should not souri. 36- &J MFOR
(+ II\ y :'.;,: r:. lssimmee.Fla..Sept i 1, 1915. There were four varieties Of four bundles Carried out litmus paper test for top of the hill where, the Union Soldiers be neglected. Use Dosn'a Kidney: : ) ;
Tor snr o-Operating'Agency Osceola'Utwiiy.i. each. Also secured early in the acid 'soils In a number of places for camped during the war betweenthe Pills, the home-endorsed kidney rem- FOR SALE-Banana :and :pineapple: ; i.,..
t l' '. .., ". ' > spring from the U. S. Dept. of' Agriculture owners and showed others how to do states and made .it into a (fine edy. Read thia Kissimmee .resident's plants. Shaker Colony, )St: Cloud 4. f4
;. 'V "GenUepien:' Th following I II 4 gen Washington D. C., the fol-r it. summer resort filled with''homes'in statement i Fla. 86.4tpf .J. Y : '
;.ral, ,. irt of 'workaccompUeh-; lowing seed !'which were' planted. in Wrote 17 newspaper articles. addition to a big' resort} hotel. He G. s. Millard, mail :orrierj. R. F. D. '.,
fK' !'.. :'".priby: IP ''tCurlng'tlu! year.from. ,, Sept. various party of the county and are Organized the St. Cloud branch of showed me over the place, pointed out No. 1 Kissimmee, sufferedconeldenbly SALE-Lot of second-hand futniture -, V M
: 0"'. .1 s ,,1't., e tn.1> 916>>;. doing. nicely: : the Osceola -County Fruit and Truck its advantages and beauties and told from dizzy spells and -beds, springs dressers. ,;"r,'ij?
:: ;, -W.tl?.ve.enl.ted.lnthla; 'county at packages of a new variety of velvet !- Growers Association which has a me how he had promoted the whole headaches and too frequent.pasaagesof chairs, stoves, etc. See J. E. Rush !
-present. 41 demonitratprs, "45, cooperators bean membership of 26, and doing good proposition from its infancy. What the kidney, secretions. Two boxesof city. a'B\
t ?, 9 corn'dub ''member. 4 package of a new variety of cow- ',work. he did here with none of the advantages Doan's Kidney Pills gave''' quick re the' .
'f ': :' II I hAY. yliitedduring thcpast-year peas.. The numerous small plots of Southern given us by nature we can do inKUsimmee lief. I look upon Doan's Kidney-Phis FOR SALE--Small iron gate, 'at .,. I .
::" T 272.! 2'7fdfll1)blUtratonl-. co-operators 3 I packages of Rhodes grass seed. Burr clover have proven satisfactory if we Will l but try it. Here as a reliable kidney medicine and take, uaxette of ace. tf.,. ,
.v..sdv ''!1.308' fanners: 1:1.: ', .. 4 packages of Natal 'grass seed. where planted on high land and cleanliness and water are the main at- pleasure in recommending' them." - if.. !"w' Farmer conferred with in town and We have'ordered a number of pieces there will be a larger acreage plantedthis traction. When we had finished look. Price 60c at all' dealer Don't WILL TRADE close-m lot for horse % t
4. 'on the road, '8661.' !of improved machinery which are giving ing over the place I asked if we might simply: ask for a kidney remedy-get and wagon or automobile'and give' -' ; .;.
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;;:::: :;.::: "t: .Bulletin;and'dreulart/'ili.tdbuted/ ; entire satisfaction: and proving: labor year.Very truly yours register at the hotel and spend a few Doan s Kidney Pills--th same that or. take difference Box; '247*K"City/. 'k.':' 4.-,
'" .. '''' ,26O'1ti" ,, ,. ". savers to their owners. .The more B. E. EVANS days. but found that every room. ./.. Mr. Millard had. Foster-Milburn. Co,, 8 ** '

/4c4 1 ' 'Lttx" iwrlttea;,'.l)62.,; Clrcularlet. :: + Important, of these are a 2 grain drill County Agent U..---S.-.D. A. taken. 'and We from had to there return went to to Chattanooga Knox- Props., Buffalo, N. Y., 1 I FOR SALE-Four-room cottage', do* ';i.... h

' ville and on to Tate Springs; where I in, larye' lot,. very 'attractive, at :a' j i'" c ;.t
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+ <. /1 jHHtThy'Gopfc Clean OIL Is found :some 850 -guests all of them Invigorating: to the Pal and Sickly bargain; Smtll cash'payment down ;j
cp ... from the.south."From" Tfc Old atndMd sent itmrtfcraln tomlo or wfnild take good lot' a* part pay. ,k ..
t OROVS-e TASTBLRaa chill TONIC, rlTMOui men :, balance Ilk rent. Box'' ) ., "
,4:".. ,Tate Springs We went 'to ,Owner "
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: Hot John Lee's Advicewe Asheville, the in the south. tern. Atn.--. blood.edbslldh..drtb..* 247 City. 88-tf L x4.};\ '"

,' Qyer a This town was literally filled with people : FORSALE Cheap" mar.'C\1....4: ':.
and her again the two 'main elements Wtr'll._ Y_ h4ewi ao..w.! TosdaOrov on ; -: .
need only: to use the overflow which '.water and cleanliness. .Take .'.. '-' anteed aound'and' quiet; also.,on* ,''to
:'Stove' This' Warm now goes .to waste in order to havethis I, There seemed were to be lot of money and Tb Old'Standard 'Grove's':Taateleee colt:, four month oldJ; one bay horse,, jt
.. bathing pool. Let's get together I wagon and harness; one eow tuberculosis -' .
l Iota of business there. chill, Toeio is equally.Taloabl a '-swell .
{ .' and i have- the swimming pooL It i?.' tested.Apply Dr.A.F.. 'Rich- ;.;
:. Weather would not be difficult to erect one near; "From Asheville w* came home and twlkpscperllaotQULNINE ; ,. .:mond,-V.. K4eimmew'...'..' .as..8t.'. "<' :
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th. city water plant where the overflow -: me message >
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}, '** t't: Ii n> water could be utilized. I for that,to get and hold th winter oat--lialarIa f B tich *''the Blood and I FOR'.. SALE-Five.: hundred ',-thrifty t 1"
', t: lietj : yoiilthe trouble one think that this should be done It* vt.alton."We" \ must clean'' up," give llailbs.up the Wisote: 8yit i." ,60 ceats. 0: budded trees of early: and late oranges -'' ''o
;rSi;save. ; quickly a* po ssibl.. Then let us get them plenty of -good water and fix nt .' ,'. -' . 'V ""' 'v 'I''I'10' '!at' 26 cents. .Budded .With rC 1
% busy and clean up. The'is a matter our lake front for their ..nJoJ'1Den..1fwe. ,. :good duds*on.best stock &iHL'car 1 '
J l- : .worryfand.. '; discomf ortjwithof'bur : that everyone, of us can; take a part do thiswe will find people wanting : i ,fully' tended .There i*:money>-bv h
\ ; in andI hope that the work of cleaning to'com* her and. make this their ""IWaAas. ;early"'and lat 'varietie*.. iCome and' ,
;' .+ :}readyVcooted"f'e : up will start at once," > ,. ,-/" : ; .-j winter .horn' and lob and. propertywill .: ,' ;see'them and plac your .ol'det'be-o': ,,i\ ."
''' to"1" 3 j1 'MlA '<:Then next we have.her the finest have grater value and,readythink"qty'get 'for,they are all sold. rTheo Bandy; ,
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:.' . > :: '1m ;;t's'". A'.' ,of.'t..1 ..::, -': J .' .,. bodr'Of: water In the state of FloridaLake.Tobopekaliga.but : ?"' ;'".busy And' rdo, ome- .. .. . .. ;1,,40 :.Cherry' St. North, Kissimmee. "..... .tItOAD''MARE
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t(.. we do not .: ..Jv. -V"V5; 'i'. .'" . .. : VJ,.\1,'88-ft> ;
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+b rl . .'.'' d tappetwnC'dish w*'' suggest our' :tattyx'homeu4 \ utilis it a* w*. .1 ou1c1.;; .tWe,'""lhoal4have.ve1'7'1 .. ': DWELLINGS :ifor, rent.\sppiy: :to 'M. ,
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..:.' , "fJ. ". '1,'; W1;1 lak so that our visitor can reach thi* ,. " ,.WAS' '.H1GI1, GUN. .. > slzed;weUbredbay ,pure?; ' j .
., ,, ... .. ,'--- ,., STRAWBERRY PI..Un8-Send *2J50 kind, f.waIk.'an extra, good :
. .''' : fine body of.water and we should have ; y. ,,i' 1'
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;' ,' .. ..!..... .. ,'' ded.' : participate:, for 10O& .Cabba plant at $ . 'roadster. Would..exchQ.rtoraf: ,
." . 6't1.iI-; .I.I' I.--, . .... that lak* bulkh 'If' the :d :Jdoe.n't. 'A-nnnsber\of, \ sportsmen Peach J ; > / ( ,
{ !! : i plain; pear and cherry trees highclass'gaited saddles.Mr ., Hi.. 1.
35cpoundf3ts3 -..do'that bulkhead work before ed In the at th.Country
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t 11; long come private corporation i. sure dab t )hepar.nita d10d j score rington ..Mabbett sin ,tJ k
.'(,\, ;.fir!; Yo oiioaldn'e: >ok.U7oiirM* >that. pricy '.. ?, ., to take.up the work and arrange to. ,m .. bur hers."the.th.. poofr! E"Chaitanoog1'.nn._ ;; 'i 3-tl : :y fit : +
;-y; iW* cam\off.r''O' oUi.jun.: a* flea &D4'ha":.thaN.tf: reclaim a lot of land for thbenefitof. S2t. /t' armed -.er.edcitiL w.a .t. WAN'ru't1..ti': 'Ir' +Iatnoi.-'Oransaw. ..",;
t.1\\ i J1rof; ,' V!rything... ;.in:'.th*'.ineat' line! U.JW .prafw to cook}!.jroormlt..? .the'company rand: the person who' PV.fw.wfDutchpolicemen; and the innocent!nfantlC" rri rat of the disease: anu y.ft;:* >W pIT Dad., ,d'c1."l1 and Mo"nroVcouliti ooh .," L1Icl.al, Palm It will Ileacb teU. 1'-.I/""
::, own land on' the lakef ront,' X)t hope 1 Mt: solid schoolboysn i* ,,vstly more'effective."iiw'pewplsnof ' 'he re.ouroe..f each oounty >noydln. d>", ,
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if f t :. "' :LET :US..SER, YOU that: this bulkhead work will be don, V.. >lenHrottsej-Jand;,, Jacket ,dlstricttnuralnltl.J8' a;,-charg kind ot, and la..4.. tr..D.port&uoJa taoIIIIU aljort I .: "+J'j' !, ,.r
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_ 't. ;1:1,1": :4f.: ::1' .. )' .\t :fJ' . ,, !hoga 71.. .' authorkzedthe rmuoh valuable Intormatloii '.- forwinter '
t : .A".t .'" I.wi,;:r. .... :>W. cannot ,aWM ,1o'.1et allO of Th*' legislature of J91R and F
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rt' : > :' .' : ;'" I. .:, ;. oar.peateat go_ was *, } board J orida-> farm and, townspeople.v .
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4..t. ', purty,tired of having/ b* polite ; Plortd th M* noW\wt M ...rany poseas .
:' the given in evsrypart of tor the malls.AAdraa .
.. an',; laugh at.'tb. .me''old jokes U' 'A J'
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Lot 14 Bllr 1T2 . . . . . . . . . . . .. Wldd..poo. Mary ,s lot 2 Dllr 2110 . . . . . . . . . . . . UakUOW . .. . 1.241 BIk 1183 . . . . .. .hr. .. . .... ., ." wow. 'h '44
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Lot 11 BIll 174 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1. 28 tot O 81.31/ . . . . . . . . . . . . Iv Co.. . . . .311 Lot 18 Blk 288 .. . . ... .. .. .. .. ... . 1

Lota 8 and 28 81.. 1711 . . . . . . . . 8er.lo: Land k tot II DII 21\1 . . . . . . . . . . . Smith Uo"oown Ie .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I.1.26::6lot. Lot 1. 8. 4 Blk 4434 . : . : . . . . .. : . a a j
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Lot 12 BIk 176 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. 211 Emery. . . . +.
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Lot III BIk 176 . . . . . . . . . . . Uo"aoWD 1.26 lot. 6 nlir 232 . . . . . . . . . . . . UUnknownok.owa . .. .. .. .. 1.28 Lot. 1 Y, 8, 4 8 e: i.: B: 10.. i'a:'U: '1" 1,1 rt4t

Lob 8. 4. 'I BIk 177 . . . . . . . . . Seminole Laud kIM. lot 8 113k .2112 . . . . . . . . . . . . U."DOWO .. .. .. . . 1.26 1.241 17. 18. 111 BI' !$0. . .. . .. .. . .. . . \ 8.misol.NLW .
Ca. . 8,16 Lot 10 BIk 232 . . . . . . . . . . . e.
Lobi 28 sod 24 BIk. 171 . . . . . . . . TIDlrllolr. M: . 2.06 VD"DOWO . . . 1.2d : .
lot 12 131k232 . . . . . . . . . . LoU B lO, 11. 12 IS. IS 33 '
Lot 17 BIk. 178 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. 28 UD"OOWD . 1.26 14. M, ,
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Lot 18 Bill 178 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 Bemloole Aloy r Bemlaol. ;

Lot 9 81. 179 . . . . . . . . . . . 'Ieml.ole' Land A 1..14 Bik 233 . . . . . . . . . :. . . Co.Mn. .L.. .. .. .. 4.78 1.2d Lot 1 Blk 286 . . . . . . . . . . . . ik gtbA..u.
lay Co. . . . I. Pl7 Lot 10 81. 2311 . . . . . . . . . . B.te.. lot 2 Blk 286
lot 8 1'1" ITO . . . . . . . . . . . . V."D.WD . . . 1.117 1.001.8 10 and 20 01. 234 . . . . . . . Heller B H. . . 1.28 Lot 8 Blk: 286.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 4 ar.k .
Lot 4 Bill 1711 . . . . . Bemloole rod A
UD"DOWO . . . I .57 .
Lot 18 Blk.288 . .
Lob 13 and 14 BIk 180 . : . . : : .: : : : : : Seminolr' Land ALo441itlk I..t 6 Blir 234. . . . . . . . . . . . 10" Co. .A. .. .. .. .. 2.88 1.28 Lots 2. 4 5. T. 8. 0, ..iS,13., .1i. .IT. .. ANN.

fo, Co. . . . lUlU Lot 81. 284 . . . . . . . . . . . BreoDert. 18. 12. 20. it Blk 887. . '
. .
11'10' . . . . . . . . . . . . JDItDown . . . 1. 1\7 Lot .16 III" 234. . . . . . . . . UnknownJ K. .'. 1.26Lots 1.mh4q.LW .

t Lot 1i\0I1r IIIU . . . . . . . . . ... . UnltDo"n . . . 1. 1\7 2. 8. 4 T. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 1t; U.24.DIII . . . 1.28 Lot 22 Blk 28TLoU . . . . . .

Lot 111 BIk. 180 . . . . . . . . . . . DUDI.p. E R. . . 1.liT 235 . . . . . . . . . . . 8emIDol. Lapd AID" 1. 2. 4. 6, 10.: '1i, IV: SO, 11' Blk I '381, .aamlt.H.bg B a' A. '

1 Lob 8. 11. 12 BIk. )81 . . . . . . . ... 8emlnolo' Laud A co. . . . 16.Ge L4a

Inv Co. . . . 6.116 loOt 16 RIk. 285: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lot. 6 Bill 288 . . la.
Lot 3 81. IPII . . . . . . . . . . . . Burnell J B. . a.M lot III III" 235 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown! . 1.28 1.2d LoU 1. 2, 13. 11, 21, 21 Bit 110 : : . . : : Bed x
Lot 16 lilk 1111. . . . . . . . . ? ? Reaves. H M. . 2.:14 Lot 241 III" 2:111: . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Joerloll. I w.. . 1.211 Inr ola" a.4 ,

Lot III Blir 181 . . . . . . . . . . . . Woods. W II . . 1.00 Let 1'1' 81. 236 . . . . . . . . . . . mlDole land k. Lots 6, T. 8. 11, 12. 18. 1.. 20. 11 Bill 100 'Semtaoi.Lob C.Ls ,A' .B.M

. Lob 13. 19. 20. 23. 24 BIk 182. . . . . SemlDole Land A . . . 1.58 .. ", ..
ID" 1'0. . . . 7.1)6 Lot 2:1: III" 2:16: . . . . . . . . . . . Unknowo loy Co. . . . 1.211 8, 11. 13. 14. IS, 14. 18. 20. 21 favc. .. ,;.,.'f' r>M

Lot 21 1t,1"2.n..ii.i . . . . . . . . Blair M. 1414) lot Ii Blit 2IT: . . . . . . . . . . . Belllioole Land A Blk :291 . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . "laoIt ,'. {
Lob 8. -. ... ..,.- 184 . . . . . . . Q' I: "I 1':.:.:d k- InT Co . . . 1.87"ot Laal.ft .
2 Inv Co: . : . : 10.311 Ixit 0 Hlk 237 . MA 1.B7 Lot. 1 Bit 201 . . . . . . . . . . Ostliw.ri4: ..1'Y,

Lot. 1Blit 1"4. . . . . . . . . . Ray J M. . . . 2.MI: 14 Hlk 2X7: Unknown Bbooley .- LilT Lot 2 Blk 201 . . . . . . . . . . . . .V........ .V.*. *
Lot. 7. H, II. 12. 1.1: 16, 10 20. 21. 22. lx>tJO Hlk 2117: . Unknown 1.67 Lot 4 Illk 291 . . . . . . . . . . . ..lIbu... .. .. .11
' 23. 24 Blk 185 . . . . . . . . . . Heruluoli- Land A lot,. 1. :2, H. 10. 20. 21. 22 Blk 238 .' Bemlnole Land A. Lot IT Blk 201 . . . . . . . . . . ... 7 ... ._.

:o. a9.MLot :\ Inr8emloelrCo.L..aud. . i. 60 lot. 24 Blk 201 . . . . . . . . t..o W.ia.
Lot. B Hlk 1 ":1 . . . . . . . . . . . . T'JDIItOn ).: : : : : : 3.115: lot 1. 2, O, 7. 13: 14 BIt 230. . . . A 1001. 1. 11. 12, 13, 18: 14, 18, 20. 21 "_ c..9..1

fl Blk 145.: . . . . . . . . . . ITnknnwn . . . :1.117. InT . 0.40 Wit 2W2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; ,
Lot. 10 Blk 1KB . . . . . . . . . . . Kelsllng, CAW 4.6'! ....1M 1.2 1:1: 14, 21, 22 Blk 241. . . . . 8emlnoloLCo. andLuis AIDT INml.ole4 I.. c.. 6 i-' ? w.

Lot 8. 4, 7. H. 10. 11. 12. 18. 14, 1:1. 16. Co. . . . 10.86 1..01" Blk 292 . . , . . . . . . . . U.II..t .- ..... . ::1 .
24 lllk ISO, . . . . . . . . . . Land A I. 2. 6, 0, 10 II 12. 20. 21, 22 Bill IK Blk 2U2 . . . . . . . . . . . V.llno"- ,. .. ... ..

Inv Co. . 411.1111Lt'l' ::14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8emlnop Land klot 5. 6. 8. 17 Blk 293 . . . . . . . "mlaole" ,.:.., ,.,._,..,, .
.e. .
1. 2. 4, r.I., 11. 12. 20 21, 22 Blk) \
lov Co. . 20. 27Bunnard I. G
11\7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kruilnol' Land A" 1M Rlk 242 . B 2 37Brmlnolf Lot 10 Blk 2O3xitii . . . . . . . . . . . Vo....v..... .. . sy.v,, f'.
Inv Co . . . 41 uM I ,C.IK 4. 7. 11 12, 1116., 10, 20, 23:24 1. 16, 17 Blk 204 . . . . . . . . ........ .'j4: ...
LoU B, 0. 10. 1.1: Klk INKIxit . . . . . . Hi.inlnol< Land A Hlk 243: Land AIDT l.. C. . !

Inv (C'a HI\ 711rtikiiiiwn Co. . . . 20.27 xit .1 Blk 204. . . . . . . . . . . J: 0..... .4 .
13: Hlk 1HN . . . , . . . . . . . . . 4 40I'nknown lot 14 Hlk 243.:\ . . . Mrs A. . 2.87 lot 23:: Illk 294 . . . . . : . /lt.tao 1D..i. ill
lot 14. Hlk 1444 . . . . . , '. . . 4 411 lots 17 mid IS Hlk 24\: . . . . . . . ClHfk.Hammond, L C. 4.20 I.xiU :3, 4, 5. 6, 111 1. l I. 12. 18, i'4''it. YSi. 1r11. '._' kW1Y' '

- lot in Hlk 1KN . . . . . . . . . I'nknnwn . 4 4(1Simlno ( .loss ::1.4.! ", Hi.' 11, 12, 15. 18. iO BO. 22. 24 Blk 2U5 . . . . . . . . . . Beml \ i,1 It .,
Lot 17 Blk 1HSfxit . . . . , . . . , !"' Land Aln ....1. 24 Hlk 1M4 '. . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A lay 01. La.b w ,
L9a1
.
> Co . :.1(1Vnknown ( 714 Inv Co. . . . 26.03 Lot 22 Blk 20.1: . . . . . . . "
. . f
1M Illk 1H8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 411 All Hlk 24.1Ixitu . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A Lots 1 to 10 Inc and iY."iS. U. B .1'F.
. . . . . . . . I..t. 18. I8.
Lot lit Hlk IK* Unknown 4.411 . . -
v
32.78 19 23 Blk . . . .
InT Co. 21. S90 .. . . . .
1.01 21 IUIt 1MM . . . . . . . . . G ullbert. OK . . 4.46 : 41, 11. 12. 15. 16, 10. 2O, 21.rj. "IIIID"e

LOIN 4. r.. 6. 11 12. 11.: IR. 10.> 20. 21. 22. \it: {. Hlk 248 : . : . . . . . . : Bcmlnnlc/ Land A Lot 16 Hlk 290 . . . . . . . . . .J BoDtw.fi . 4,;
. . . . . . . . . . : B ""
23. 24 Illk 11) Somlnolc Land A Inv Co. . . . 27.0.1 lots 1. 3, 10, 13 nil 297 . . . . . . : P.
Inv co . 5.1: Hirnknown loll. 1 and 2 Hlk 24flIxiln . . . . . . Hayoood Oeo W. 4.20 8.aabol. La 4 \ ...

Ixita 17 and M Illk 1"0. . . . . . K 411 (11.11 12. Ill: 14. IB, 17, 18, 10,24) Lot 11 Blk 2117 . . . . . . . I.v Ca.N. .a.
LoU 3 4.7. 8, l 14. 1:1: 14, It, 20 Blk 190 . Homlnol, Land A Hlk 247 . . . . . . . . . . : Berolnoli Land A lots 1.1: and 16 Blk 298' : . . . . . . .. .. .. Eoe_. YIY ".' ,:os.
Inv Co .in 711! lov Co . . . 2O 27Blxb .....1.01. Load
lot 15 Blk 100 . . . . . . . Manfiird. M :3 olKomlnol 247 Lot . . 1.. Co 4444.
Ix.l 1 2 1 nik K D 2.87I 1 Blk 2913. . . . . . . . . .
Lot. I. 21 22 Blk IIM . . . . . . . . ,' Land A l.nl( a i 1 Hlk 247: . Klaodora.> N. . . 2.87 Lot 11 Hlk 2118 . , . . . . . . . . . Chutckll ':. .U., .

Inv Co. . . . 7 OH I IX.IH 7 and 43 Hlk 247. . . . . Badwi-ll K A. . 4. IDSuinlnol loOt 23: Illk 298' . . .. . . . . . . . . L' ..
. . . . . . .
lot 2 Hlk ITII. . . . Unknown 2.45'of Lot I. 2:, 4, S, 8. 7, 11, 12 13 J4 16 Lot 24 Blk 218 . . . . . . . . . . . nk.ow. .r r
:3 Hlk UllIxila . . . . . . . T.r..d. M C. 2 fir 17. 144. ] 11. 20), 21 22, 23: 24 Blk. 248. : Land A. loOt 23 Blk 2KKxit . . . . . . . . . . . ? UDkaowa. !) .. '' '
. . . . . I" . 6 77 'tT......
n end f\l Klk Itll Balllngpr . .
24 iu ti
Blk 299 . . . . . . . . . . .
InT Co. . . . 24 67 .
. . . . . . . 2 K.II'nknown : U.bat .
Mra 1M.
foOl 12 Hilt 111IxiU Nclnnn. .I.,,1s K, 14. 10 Hilt 24H Unknown 6.21 Lot 19 lilt 3 . . . . . .
:23: and 24 Hlk ll! . 5 2(1Somlnoli lots I. 2. :!t. r.. U I. II. IO, 13, 14. 17. 18, 21, llemtaole A.

Lots n and 6 Ilk 102: . . . . . . . . Land A 22 Hlk 241) . Seminole Land A fat 7 Blk 3OO . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1' C4k..y 4.. .

Inv Co. . . . 5.56 Lot 8 Blk 3OO . . . . . . . . . . . . "AI..r. '0 ; r;
1.014 Hlk 11)2. . . . . . . . . . . ttrnod. L K. . . 2 .1 K.IK : IDT Co. . 26.02 \ Fan''" J 1'y.,1 'e
240 .
IxilK 11 and 12 Blk 4.29 Lot 11 Blk 3OO . . . . . . . .. . . . -- -- "'
Wolf C C '
tot 21 Hlk 1)12 . . . . . . . . . Lane. K M . . (11 .IXIIH 1.l 1H Inc and Lola 21 and 22 Blk ''DIIII.j: ......... ,
loOt 22 Blk 102. . . . . . . . . . . . Mare?. A J. . . 2 8.1Kcmlnolo 250: .>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spmlnolc Land A Lot 21 Blk 3OOLota . . . . . . . . . . .. .ol.'J.'.'
Lot 21. 22. 23 24 6. V, 10, 11. 12. 23 BIll 801.. . . . fiml.ol
, 1. 2. 1.1. 14. 17. 18.
.. .. ...
. . . . . . . . . . Rpmlnnlc. Land A InT Co. . . . 26.67 .. .. .1".
Blk 19'l: .I..,. 1 Hlk U.'illIxit . . . . . . . . . . . lay c.. .
1) . . 2.87 . .
Inv CoRrmlnolf1 . . 21. "" Wlttor B Lot B Blk 3O1 . . . . . . . . . . . .4 .
. . . . . . . '.
. . . . .
111 l Hlk i.V!: Illlburn. C B. . 2.37Countryman Lot 13 Blk 301xit . . . . . . . . . IIaks.syw. . t.
. .
Ixjt.. ] 7. 18 111, 20 Itrk 104Ixitu . . . . . I Land A . . . . . ;
25: ;
lot 20 Hlk L) F. 2.87 . . . . .t .1
Inv Co . . 7 16 'IT'l. 18 Blk 302xit . . . . . . .
Ixitn 1. 2. :tt. 4. R. O, H, 0.III. 10, 11 14 lilt 302 . . . . . . . . . I1TOka.w. l.. ... .
11: and U Hlk 1U! . . . . . . . Unknown . . . :.1 1.1Remlnnlc : 2.11 . . : . . . . .
20 Hlk Bemlnole Land JkInT 1..1 15: Hlk .102, . . . . . . . . . ,
LoU. 4 and 12 IMIt 111.1'; . . . . . . : . Land A . . "a....... .Mv.Lot ..
Co. . . . 23.48 . il;
Inv Cn . . .1I: . . . . . . . . . . 16 Blk: i 302 .
. .
1..llIHlIt2r.I.: Unknown : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : '
Lot 15 Illk 10.1; . . . . . . . . . . . Barr C I{ . . . 171' I.. .., 14 Hlk aril . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 2.O6 2.OU Lot 24 Blk 3O2 gt- a4. :
Blk 3(43. . . . 4l 4lLot
13 . .
. . . . . . . . 1 : . . . . . . . . lot . ,
Lot 10 Blk 10.1; . . . . Unknown 7:1 Ines5 Hilt 2.M: . . . Unknown 2.OO 803Lota . . . . . : : : : UaknowTii.r,
14 Blk . .
loOt 17 Hilt 10.1: . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . I. 7.1MorrlHOn .for 111 HII :lr.1 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 2.CMJ . i I' n
. . . .
20 and 21 Blk 804 . . .
Lot 24 Blk 19.1 . . . . . . . . . . . MM 1 7.1HolnlnoU : .Iota 1. 2..n. 12. 18. 14 BIk. 252. . . 8emloole Land AInT a ',4kt..ID 1
All Blk 11)6 . . . . . . . . . . Land A 0.72 I'D' !t .4
Inv ('0. . . . 2.1: RlSomlnoli iil.U 4. /11. 6 Rlk 253 . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A LoU 18 and 14 Blk; 304 . . . .808 . . . ;.. B....:.,. -
LoU 17 21 23 Blk . . .
Lot 8 Blk 197 . . . . . . . . . . . Land A InT Co. . . . 8.05 O. 18. 22. &Iiiv ..
Inv <'o. . . 1 72 Ixil IK Htk 2.13Ixiln : . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1. '
LoU 3 and 4 Blk lOT . . . . . . . . Unknown . . 2xU7""' 12. ii.: 14. 10 Blk 2B4 . . . . . . Bemlnole Land ft. lit LoU Lota 8 1 and 8.4 B Bill 306.T 8 9. .10 17. .111' . ? i1.n' V....... .,
108 . . . . . . . . . 8cmlnol I.and'A 9 2. e. 1L ,, .7 .
Iota 1 and 2 Blk Inv Co. . . . . 76Rernoldl .? .
22 Bill 306 . . . . . .
; ... . .
Inv Co . . . -2. a., lot. 7lit 254 . ... . . . . . . . .. . C .. . 1.42 .8etI\1 '
Lot 6 Blk 198 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.211 loOt N Blk 2S4 .itIxiU . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1.42 Lou . .
'Lot 20 Blk 108. . . . . . . . . . Logan BO . . 1.26 8. 13 14.1615I 1'- 25B . ., ., . . . . Bamboo Land ft 9. 10, IS 14, 22. 21, 24 BIt SOT.. ,. .:.\, ,: ',x

LoU 6, 7. 8, 14, 19, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22 ... : .",. .\; Ion Ca.u. . .110 Lot 0 BIll 807 . . . . ." .......r ,
Bill 100 . . . . . % . . ; . . . . . BetMlnole Land *: loOt 17 Dill 2564. . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1,42 ula" . .h.r: . ::'?; .
Inv Co . . . A.O6 Lota 20\and\ 29 JIIk!1,1J56 . . . . . . . . Bemlnole :Land ft 8 Blk SOT I 'hl ,
Lot. 1 Dill 190 . . . . . . '. . . . . . . Unknown . f. 1. 2'1 :... '" Co., ,. I. Lot Ixit 11 and It ((1144.901.a..rl.r.r.1.iA.'t: ,'y,.\f't.f\ ,

lot 2: Hlk- 10ft . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . 1.26 Ixit ft Blk 2541, . . . . ... .4. . . .. . UID" .., 1.26: LOU 14 18 Pit 808 .r u.4u,4r. ', j., .., -1' lot. 21 Bill 109. . . . . . . . . . . . Wooden C M. . 1.26 Lot O Blk 2:16. . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1.26 17 .1..Ir.e . .*$at. ; ," , .
. . . . . . Seminole Land & . . . . . . . . . . . ;' ',I .
LoU B and 14 BIll 20O . loOt 1I'Blk 2.16 Unknown 1 26 lot.0lat23'eod Bit SOfl . . . . . . . . .. . . .1 ( :
Inv ('a. . . . 2.Sfl loOt 21 Blk 258 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1.26 bt
. . . . . . . . . . 24 Blk: SOSIX.IK . . . . . . 18 .
Lota 7 and 8 Blk 2OO . . Unknown 2. oil Ix.t 24 Blk 256. . Unknown 1.:111 Sit 0 1.
. . . . . . Unknown . . . 11', Bit : 2, 6, 17, IS 20, 21. 22 28 14 A* F
. . . 1 26Bemlnoh 21 23
Lot 16 B.k: 200 Lot1 2. 4>. 14, 19 20, . . . . . . . ? ;4r
3OOIxit . . . . . . . .
Lot 5, 6. H, 10, 22 Blk 2O1. . . . . Land AIn 217lxt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole Land A . d

Co . . . 4.711 Inv Co . . . 8.26 13 Rlk 310 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 v
. . . . . . . .
Unknown 1.26 . . . . . . .
Lot lot: 1 2 Blk Hlk 201 201 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Unknown : : : . 1 Ul lass 1 K r. Hlk Hlk 2.17 217; . . . . . . . . . . . Mathews Unknown, A.. . 1.243: loOt 14 Rlk S1O . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Lot :3 Hlk 201 . . . . . . . . . . . ('.I1"I ,,<1..r. B V. . 1. 211 1..11IUk 27IxitH . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.:11 1.:16: IX.L 1. 2, 6, 14 Blk 812 . . . . . . . . .' .

Lot 17 Hlk :201 . . . . . . . . . . . fnknona . . . 1. 2(1( 1.2. 14. I". 11, 17. 19. 21, 23 Bill 258 Bemlnolt Land A 3 !lit
lots 1. 2. 4. 6. 8. 11. 12. 18. 14 Blk SIS. .
'11II $ p..i
em1 4
LOIN (1, 8, In. 12, 14 21 1 i2.! 24 Blk Inv Co. 7.116

202 . . , . . . . . . . . Seminole. Land & lot IK Hlk 2.18; . . . . . . . . . . . Ubknown . . .
Inr ( . . 7.411 1 .2? Lot 7 Blk 314 . . . . . . . . . . . . : $JI'IJab L41y4 A' %
0. LoU I. i. 4. li. H. Blk 1"1" \ Bemlnolf. and 'i, ;

Lot 1. 2. ... (1 I. I". 14 1(1. 113. 19, 21. S3Hlk Inv .,,- . . . 4.76 . . . . . tlalkaoq '
.0. 1..1 0 Blk 314 . . . . . .
2011 . . . . . . . . . . . H.'ml".I. Land kIn" I lx.( 7 Hlk 2ill . . . . . . . . . . . K"oof'Y. W W. . 1.28 i vi. atie
( b . I 9> MO i.oi 11 rtikJin: . . . . . . . . . . . Mltehell DE. . lets 10', 11 12, 13, 14 Bill SIS . . . . minol. aa p4

. . . . . . . . . . . 1.21\ 1 .
Unknown 1 211
loOt 8 Hlk 201\ Lot 17 Hlk 2.10lx Unknown . , CA.1 x ,
: 1.:111: tent 7 Klk 31S . . . . . . . . . of 1
Iota 1 '/, 4. r.. ft ". 10, 1.1: 14 16, 18!, IB, : >t ,. .1, (I. I K. HI.: 11.; s."i., 10, 21 23 r.. K .18 L i1a r
1+ 10.! 1 2. :SI Illk 204 . . . . . . 110'011"01.. I..nd & Illk 2MI: . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole I.ADd" Lora! fl, T. 14. 17, 19. 21. : i
. . Blk 316 . . . . . . . . . . . awl
,,q Inr Ib 11 47 In. Co. . . . lI.nfl j' al
,, loOt 11: 4118.1111 . . . . . . 1'nknuwn . . 1 21\ Lot 11 Hlk 2(1(1lx. . . . . . . . . . . . . UOItUO"'D . . . ., +
1.21\\ Int. 1.1: and Ifl Blk 316 . . . . . . . . r *(t't R
I'nltll..wo . . ; . . . . . . . . . . .
1.241 200:
( 17 Hlk (1Dltn".o . . . 4Etof W.4
Lota'J 'tl.'V'l.l 1.211 I.nt IK Hlk 316 . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
24)5.) . . . .
. ::, H 21. 22. 24 Kilo 8plllln. Land ok IX.IK, 4. 31. 13: 14. 23, 24 Blk 261 8@lulool.. I..nd
A . . .
) . . lent 22 Illk :.110 , . . . . . . . nkn0w
Inv I'n. 7

43'r 17 Hlk 201: . . . . . . . l'okno.n 1:1":la1qt Lot 1 Hlk 2 1Ixil . . . . . . . . . . . . +.. Unknown Inv Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. II 1.20. r.1I Lou I. 2. 11. 12. 13. 16. 17 Blk 817. . . r emtaote",4n.

Kit 18 711k 20-:, . . . I'MIH.. .1 11. . 1. 211 1 2! Illk 2 \1Lot . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.213 . . . y. lk Ca. Y'. av11' '
1..14 Blk 317 . . . . . . . . i'
Iota 10. 11 21. :22 Hlk :200 . . . 110'11I10..1.' Lend & 17 Hlk 2(11\ . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. : y ewp "
Moltoe R A. 1.:10 lot r. Illk :.117xit . . . . . . . . . . . I
.
10" C.. . . . 4.11Iota Ixit IN' Illk 2fll . . . . . . . . . . . . U"ItDoWO . . . 1.26 'eNell.Q.. 1"r
Sand; f R Hlk 206. . . . . . . . . Iterry l' I' . . 2. "" Lot 10 Hlk 201 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.26 lot II I K Illk Illk SIT 317 .. . . : : : : : . : : : : : : : : 4 J: II knets. i a'
. . . . . . . . i C A.
.
: 5 6, M, 0 11 12 13. 14, 45. Lot 22 lilt 261
lots 1. 2, t. 10 Unknown . . . : : : .
,6 loOt 10 Hlk 317 . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . I..mlllo'' Lend & 8 282 . . : MoKel.ee. Jva.
8 10 IO BIll t4
17. ] K, :I". "I :22 Blk 2f)7 Loin 1. 2. 4, 18. 8emlnolo Land A I kl
.
Jnv Co . 14 67 lot 10 Hlk .117 . . . . . . . . . .
Inv Co. . . '
. .
Lot 7 Hlk'Ii7 . . . . . . . Itirny. .\ M . 1 211 Ixit 7 Hlk 2(12( . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.16'1 fat.2O. Hlk 317xit : : : 26Q tYf} +
.All i-mi-pt. 1.01 7 Illk 2OH . . . . . Memlnnle Lllod & Ixil, '.'(I Hlk 2112 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . fl 7. M. 14. 1.1. 17.'iS! 18, 20 21.; 2*, 1 d s ,
1.2'1 24 Illk .118.ot . . . . . . . . . . . . k .
Inv Co. . . . 19.04lot l.ol 21 Hlk 2(12 . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Unknown . . . 1. 261 $emluololr
IO Hlk 2d'ixit . . . . . .. . . . . 'olrno'n . . 1 26 1..12', Hlk 2fl2 . . . . . . . . . . . ......%. . HI rd. II . . . . 1.20 1' Jay lOs
84 in Hlk 'jo'l!' . . . . . . . heron W F. . 1 26 Ix.t 21! Hlk 2(12 . . . . . . . . . . a4 q.... Bird. W A. . . 1.26 .. in nik .UK.ota . . . . . . . . . . b.i .t i.f
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loOt 24 Hlk 2144. . . . . . , 11..1".1.' Laod kIny Lot. 1 4. (I. 0, 11 13.: 14, 1.1.: 17, 10 4I,4 ,
('0. . . 1 72Lot : 111 k 'tri: . . . . . . . . . . . . "' .:. ,....ro 4 Seminole. Land klot IIIkllll: . . . . . . . . . a'4f' 'bemlaor1,441' 1

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lot 2111110 2111 . . . . . . . . . 1t'\ro.l.' .I..hn . 142 10 Hlk 2 13 . . . . . . . . .... ...i. . UDknowD . . . 9.Oft 1. Lot 1. iiik 11:1: : . . . . . . . . . \, ;,1,, "tlnknow fc t 4. rL
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lot: 14 Hlk 211 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 4etulnnle. Land AIn o In Y ('0.. . 8. 3:1: AoIlsnMe4mltk3
f'o. . . 1,72 : . . . . . . . . . lot 21 Hlk 111) '
Loin 1 and 4 Hlk 264 a Me(4.'achlo. J. . 2.00 lf/;: i : 14 ik 'it "# t 1Y r 1
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Lot n: nik 211. . (' 0. . I 42 Lot 10 Hlk) 2fl4 . . . . . . . . . . t'nkDo"o 1.26 11. Ti I
Lila 17. 1 *. l II. -'' Hlk 211 . . . . . TTDltn..wn . . . 0.42 .Lt 12 Hlk 264Ix.tn . . . . . . . . . . (JIlIrDown " 1. 211 Blk :.1211 . . . . . . . . . ,
: Hlk 212. , . . Memlnule. Land A 1. 5. fl, 7. 0. 1014. 13: 17 10. " 9. '
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In. ('o. . . . /I 44 i22\ Hlk 2O.1 . . . . . . . . . . 8eminolLand k lot .1 Hlk 120xit : . . . . . . . . . . . ,{cfi l 't'1 1..y

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lot 2 Illk 1'1'J l'nknown: 1.78Lot lot 16 Hlk 2(15Ixitu . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 4. 11 12. 14. 10 Blk. 321 . . y S4 4' ..S.minoIf* .I andrdli.plots
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lots J 4. 1\: 17 BIk : .
loOt 111 Elk 1s.V 1- . . . . . . . . . Jlnko..n . . . 1:7:1: 10" Co. . . . 11.47 no1 '
Lot 1" . . . . . . . . Foehrnn.n F. . I. 1':11 Lot '\ and 4 Hlk 266 . . . . . . . . . .. tiu..nkow. U A. '
IoM 1 : 6!. :{. U.-IT. 18 Bik 213. . 8emlnolo, land ATo Lot 22 Hilt 2116 . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 2.06 1.241 rot. In. I1 14, 15, 18 BIk 334 43. . . .;41k7"fA. $e444eA

('0. . . . 11.00 Lot 24 Hlk 2 66 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown v r.,4+'
rot 4 Wk 211: . . . . . . . . . . . Unltnown . . . I. 7'1 fats I 2. 3, 4 Blk 207 . . . . . . . . 8emlnol. "nd klov 1.24) fat 5 AIk 2 1328 . . . . . . '1, 1i ; U

Lot B; Blk :211Ixit.21 : , . , . . . . . Cdr. Mrs V. . . I 7J Co . . . 8.9:1 IM BIk 324 . . . . . . . .. 1 pa.j
Hlk' 213.Ixit Unknown . . . 1.73: Ix.u I. 14, 15. 16 BIt 268 . . . . . Seminole Land A 1 r K4r r .1k''t rl 4 .r
: 1.1 and 22 1811t' 214: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 8emlnolo. ramd ALv C0. 8.05 1. Mt ':

... Co. . . . 4.1\: Lot 12 Blk 2WIx.t. ( . . . . . . . . . . . U'r1:0": : : : : : : : 1.20: to 1213 . . . . .j.a.4l a 43.4 ,4144. + 111

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v" L<>I" 2. a. 4, 6 7 11 12, 15. 16. 17, tot B Blk 2(10Ixit . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1. 28 2fI . . . . . . . '

IR. lO, 2O Blk 'JlflIxit . . . . . . . . . Remlnol" Lend AIn 17 Hlk 2(19 . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.21\
('0. . . . 37.00 I,., IO Blk 2flO . . . . . . . . ; . . eeao.. II A . 1.26. rat 49 'I *
1ft/ Blk 218 . . . . . . . . . . Ryan, T . . . . 2/1/\/ ToOl 21 Blk 21111 . . . , . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1. 26 [ot. a, P; 13, 12. 1/. .; i
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Let. 23 Blk 217 . . . . . . . . . . . t Moyer A . .f 2.81S Iav Co. . . . .41T Lob 8 12, 1S l t' It 82ey} ", 1 e,

Lots IX. 14. 17. 1". 10, :II). 21. %2. 28 Ixit 4 Rill 2TO . . . . . . . . . . . . UD..OWD . . . 1,28 t x95 F' a h1 ;'
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\ ; tare, 1027 and 8 disk ploughs. that he left Kissimmee on August 2 BALK OR TRADE for bone and +
AHS:: REPORTTOTHECOUNTY Hogs treated 75. Cows treated 1. An eighty ton silo has been con- I and was gone a month. He first visited II Dizziness is' Annoying wagon, one S cy. Buick In good "
Hogs treat d for cholera, 01. structed and filled on the Edgewater Louisville Ky., from there he wentto I condition, good tires; must sell or \A.4
r Miles traveled by rail, 1495; by Plantation Co. farm. This farm hasa French Lick Spring" Here he. As Many Klosimmeo People Know trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O. '
; : BOARD team or auto 4868. large acreage of Jap. cane, velvet spent fifteen days He salds Too WelL Box HI. Klssimmee. 7U ?
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."J( ONSTRATION AGENT SHOWS attendance 2497. grasses. An extensive demonstrationin place on earth for the purpose for When the kidneys dare weak or dis FOR SALE-A dock of. goats, a -:*',T,, ,
;!;. I ,: i GOOD. WORK GOING ON IN THE Held six;field! meelingswith'a: total also.citruework, has. been started there? which if is used., I met Thomas Tag- ordering they fall behind In'filtering .A.'.E.1 Drough:. ... .. ,' .' 8 ply,
y/1 gart here and, he.did :everythingbecould
B8T OF THE FARMERS attendance of 144. : the blood of poisons.-.As these poisons
,: .i':, FRUIT GROWERS .OF 'OS.ro at'seven schools in the interest There have beelJ"two new power 'Spoke ',outfits secured within the attack, the nerves, the result is felt in FOR SALE.OR'EXC1fANGE.I: haye.- '
." VOUNT of the Boys' Corn Club work,' spraying: : took fourteen baths*and, drank. ; Pluto. of drunkenness '
several spells vertigo, just as 180- cre Improved farm all in'good '
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: : a : in the citrus 'groveshave a man dizzy the poisoning repair. and one 90-acre farm improved "
.!.hfi.S i ;:I i M, .(IODnty''d.monstratioD 15,942citrul'' trees.Jv1'V'.Vr--: ; ;:*'*'f' been started.* ;' ; ' .,* JuFrom French Lick Springs we wentto of alcohol Dullness,""'. headache %," ; will exchangefor: property
bis:report at the meet- Secured 16 bundles of a new varietyof 618 tons crushed limestone has Signal Mountain Tenn., where1 I ,.backache'and aligns, of the in vicinity' Kissimmee or will sel .', //-1: 5
t, .. :county;:co>]commissioners,held. Jap:Cane from the Fla. Exp. Sta. been purchased since Sept. 1, 1914 as met Charles James wonderful man, kidney secretions are of weakor Jacob Huffman lIward Ridge, Mis- '"i r.
..",oft.. ; -It rends as follon" -* tion for distribution 'in this county. against SO tons to Sept., 1914 who has taken just an oak thicket on disordered kidneys and should not sours! 86-5tpd I '
.. ?' :.:. .r" isimm.a.fla. ...Sept;; 1.. 1916.b There were four Varieties Of four bundles Carried out litmus previous paper test for top of the hill, where, the Union aol- be neglected. Use Doan's Kidney. .... .. .:' d i
.". j yro! 'ttf' >-pperating'Agsncy Osceola each. Also secured early 'in the acid soils In number of places for diem camped during the war betweenthe Pills the home-endorsed kidney rem FOR SALE-Banana and "pineapple
.\j9vn\3f.\t-r; %. ,, TV* spring from the U. S. Dept. or Agriculture owners and showed others how to do states, and made it into a fine edy. Read this Kissimmee .resident's plants. Shaker Colony St. Cloud ; .
kk 4th', __ntletnn!' ..Tha following is a gen- Washington D. C., the following summer resort, filled with homes in statement: Fla. "86-4tpd -
rtral.1'e rttof the p,workiaccomplishiduririg . seed which were planted i in : it.Wrote 17 newspaper'articles. addition to A big- resort hotel. He G. S. Millard, maU f corrier. R. F. D. H1\\
byJp; tha-year.. !from.. Sept. various parts of the county and are Organized the St. Cloud branch of showed me over the place, pointed out No.1 Kissimmea says: "I sufferedconsiderably FOR SALE-Lot of second-hand furs c
I j ,. 1t l. 0 w....: 1916.- doing nicely: the Osceola County Fruit and Truck its advantages and beauties and told from dicsy spells and nituro- -beds, springs; dretsers. err' 1
t j : \ c'W. v.v enlisted in ithis,:county at 6 packages of a new variety of velvet . Growers Association, which has a me how he had promoted the whole headaches and too frequent passagesof 'chairs, stoves etc. See J. E. Ru.t: .' c,
4' M f, t' .' nt,4l.demonetntonY46, {r co-op- Leant. membership of 26, and doing good proposition from its infancy. Whathe the kidney secretions. Two boxesof : city. J I
,; .. ....torn 9 com' ab :rmemberl. 4 packages of a new variety. of- cow- work. did here with none of the advantages Doan's Kidney Pills gave quick re ":\.'... "\,:,it I
.. 'I have visited, during,the past year peas. The numerous small plots of Southern given us by nature we can do in lief. I look upon Doan'- Kidney Pills FOR SALE:-Small Iron' safe, at thuasette
;," Y7e ,demonstratorscooperators, 3 packages of Rhodes grass seed. Burr clover have proven satisfactory Kissimmee, if we will but trIt.. Here as a reliable kidney medicine and take office. tf
'I .' 9t18'tarmerL .. } ;.,.'.'J*".r 4 packages of Natal 'grass seed. where planted on high land and cleanliness andwater are the main at- pleasure in recommending them." .
.;, ,,., ..rr,{:' farmers conferred: withIn; 'to'tlm and We have ordered a number of piecesof there will be a larger acreage plantedthis tractions. When-we had finished look. Price 60s, at all dealers. Don't WILL TRADE close-m lot for horse *.-' e'.
it ask for a kidney remedy-get and wagon or automobile and give
'I' Z < > :- improved machinery which are giv- ing over the place I asked we might simply: .'
; Hufatinaande1rculars\distributed entire satisfaction and' year.Very register at the hotel and spend few Dan Kidney Pills-the same that or take difference. Box .2414-CIt7-I' t'I
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'''' their''' The days, but found that Mr. Millard bad. Foster-Milburn Co,, 86tff
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.: .. .I j Letters". : '\twrittent. 'b62Clrcular. I ";leti.' important of th... are a grain 1.1 County Agent U. S. D. A. taken. We had to return to Chattanooga Props., Buffalo N. V, FOR SALE-Fou"roona cottage close a\ "
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",' ', and on to Tate Springs, where I in, large lot very attractive, at a d" '. ,:..
;I' .- ''f'I'" .."" Glean Up IsJohn found some 350 guests, all of them Invigorating to the Palo cad Sickly bargain: Sm ll cash"payment doWJ:1, ,
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; Lee's Advice Asheville the finest place in the south. '.a tra.tosio. Poe adult a.d cb ldres.dOs 247 City 85-tf Ai[ I
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and here again the two 'main elements Wliiai'i' tt You Head a OaoarsJ Tosgc FOR'SALE-CheaPt one ; >>;- 1..
I we need only to use the overflow which anteed sound >and quiet also ,,
t water and cleanliness. Tab 0.0.. ; one/s, ':\,
.\ Stove) This Warm now goes to waste in order to have There seemed were to be Jots of money. and Tha Old'BUodard' -'.'.Tasteleae .colt;tour months old; one bay bol'M.( .. .,,
this bathing pooL Let's get togetherand wagon and harness; one cow tuberculosis *.
chill Tosd .1 valuable \14't
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",.'f 'I< 't'Y7e"' would not be difficult to erect one near "From Asheville we cam. home and well known tIODIcpropel'theofQt7ININBaa4 mond;,",V.. S.,:Kissmmme.'w1884ti "
;, \ the city water where the with me I brine: this message to Kineimmee *t i :
"r'fr' ,f.t.. \ : plant ov.rflow IRON;, ,,It acts on tbaUrer DriVM
o". }. 'x'save water could be utilized. I for that,to get and hold 'the win oat- ..'/Boricliaa' tile Blood and FOR'- SALE Five s't hundred *thrifty4: 1 .f ,
\ on. think that this should be done ter visitors we' must clean'' up; give: .. *!budded trees. of '
: ir : \ ou'the trouble as Voilas up the W. 87a1o'f'SO. : cents. i early andlate.: or-\'< ; i ial
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..jic'<(&!*::>:* :*. *. 'some....... ofour.J; reaQy'Coo, 1ttd" up will start at ones.v *fstff:'fafj winter .home': and lots ',and property :Wary.t": A ist <;se. ;them- Dd.plaN'' your. orderrbe,'l
t. '-:8-'I." ';, .,; ;. ,' *rF ,.'. iI'. ,r''f'b '>. :*"Then next we have hers the finest will have agreat.erva1u. and.{ready :. , ,'. ',.' I fore they are all sold./ Theo.'Bandy? 1 1.4o9Cb.rry
!':'( .meats'" ., -"' of. In the state of Florida.LakeTobopekallg.y sale. !''Let's: get; busy'sand,*do, some : ? .
i \ -- body water ? ,. .. ; : St. 1"\h" Kissimmea.!\ > rn ,
"+ j. 1'/1. >> _i(,,1\\>,' .j' #:" ?""-?;:?', ut 'we do not thing.". : -r: ;.v. : 't.>:::: '*. ,. : > "" ,' -' -' "- ,' " ,'l\, -" as..2t. <
rtil .. ' '" ..':"'" dlsh" A !."ta4-sty, bom-1,1.: uUlUa\it as ,1A .f oulcl. -We,should r tELUS'OF'JUSSIMMEE"r DWELLINGS tornnt-appii: : to, M. 'f'r}
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s't : 'J1io ; .do that bulkhead work before ed :inth.I.tto' 'atthsCountry ;:Peach'plnm, pear and cherry trees Ugh-dass'gaited aaddler..MrsHeWi / .
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ImoiM Companr 18 ST 80 Lot 16 Blk 20 .. ... . . . . . . .' 1.20 a.t.l. 2. 6 6. o, W, 14 Bik; 100t. . . . OBmnlnola .. . ..11
Loa 1 t 4. 11. 18. U. 116. 18 21. 41. 28 LoU 1, 4, I, O. 12111:: ; 80 . . . . . . Seminole' Land AIDT Ln 4 i' .
29. io/M.< 82 aai 84. 80 88. 48, ",5. 46, Lot 1. 3, 6. O. 9, 10. 14. IT, 21, Blk 101 tai Co. IG. !

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L .\. .,81 lol.,10 82 80:107 Y0, lid 91 02/04 hT. eo/ss, 100, fut 24 Blk SO . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown Unknown .. . . . 1.26 1.26 Lot 18 BIll; 101 . . . . . . . .. . . lor Co. . .'. 18,718emsole 4
119. 121 122. LoU t,. 2, 4, IS, 21, 22 BUS SI . . . La.d.i
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'lot U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ie 21:10 II Unknown . . . . Mil 14 Ilk 31 . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. Ralllncer. D . 1.26 14 Ik lug . . . . . . K" ". ". ". .". .. Unknown . .,. .. S.8T y'Lot

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t 68 . . . . . . . . . . . . ;. . . 16 27 SO II Unknown . . . . MOl lot 7 RIP 1\2 . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . Manna K VI'nknow . 1.U Lota 11 Ilk. 10, 20, 23 24 Blk'iw ! Flah8 0..r S.ST
Lot T1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 27 30 II Unknown . . . . "M4 I l Lt 11 Hlk H.T ,. . . . . . , . .D . . 1. I'll 1. ; a. Land A
Lot 104 16 27 SO 5 Iluknown; NN :I Ml: S2 Blk : 3' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Unknown Mr. A M 1.20 Lot 2 Bill l'I.. . .: Co.. . . . IS.811
Lot 148 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Unknown : : : : : : : : tltly I . : Unknown .
Semlnole'La'nd 16 27 80 0 Lot 7 Blk 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . Homlnolc 1.26 lxiHkB: \ 6< ", I2 I3 '*. i'vv ; 's6 . . . !.b (
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ot E% s 17 27 80 Inv ( '0. . . 1.60 Boralnole.. Land A
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1.2(1: 100 . . . . . . .
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tot S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 80 II llnkuuwn Inv, ('o. : : : : : : : 7,12 AN I 1.1! 12 Blk U\: . . . . . . . . . . . !' I Inv. CoHrhulrk.. II. V I.U 1 26 Ixit lot 6 1 lilt Blk 10 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . .. ReneW lor Co .T.. .. .. .. 8.44: 1 ,1

Lot 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 27 80 II Unknown . . . . /1'' Loin I 2, '3. 4. :! (II 8, U'. 10 l.i: 14. u'.II ixit IK uik . . . . . .". .. . . . . Seymour, D R. . 5.8T ,1
Lot 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 27 30 II UnknoWn . . . .8/1 1C, 17, ID, 111' .20: 21 2J, Ls! BU : !.mlnole land A I....... ::1. /. 10. 11. 12 . . .. . Unknown . .. ..a7 .

Lot 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Jl 27 30 II UDkDown . . . "II lov Co. . . 17 06 Ilk 1"1 . . . . . . .13.. 16' I940 ,
Lot 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . 2T 80 II Unknown. . . . . 119 Ix>l 24 Blk X6 . . . . . . . . . . . . I'DkaowD . . . 1. . . . . Vtnlnol* _
Lot 29 . . . . . : . . . . . . . . : . 27 SO 1\ {:Unknown . . . //III Ml esC"I'1| tot 1:1.: 14. 15, 16 Ink 87 . . Land A lf Lot 4B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 80 6 Unknown . . . . 8N Inr Co . . . 10 07 IS. 10, :'iVio'sLot 1.. .8.: 11- 12.: 15- IS 1.o
Lot 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 80 II Unknown . . . . Mil IAH( 13 and 16 Blk 37 . . . . . . . Cb.iDtx-rlaln. (' II ::1.:17: . . . . . Bcinlnol. Lund A
Lot 62 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 80 II Unknown . . . . H/I/ All Blk 38' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole Land 4 17 Blk 1OBlk' . . . . . Inr Co. . . . 16..1
IIJ> Lot 67 . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . 1? 27 80 6 Unknown . . . ,811 Inv Co . . 28 /SI 3. 4. 1. 8., O. 1" . .. . . . Btcrrna, . 1. ,
Lot 68 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 80 II Unknown . . . .88 All Tract! Hilt 3O . . . . . . . . . . . Hrmlnolr Land AIn . . . .. 11.. . .1. u. 18. 2 le. ... Lot
78 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 80 II Unknown . . . . "" ('0. . . 18 04 ll . . . . . Somlnole Laud ;
r' Lot 88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 80 II Unknown . . . . H8 VII fraitl Hlk.O . . . . . . . . . . Belni ole I..nd AIn 1..1 18 and ISO . Inv Co. . . . 18.91 S
Lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 27 80 II Unknown . . . .1\11 Co 21 I. 12. 1 Bli . . . . . . . . V.k..o.a . .. 1.
Lot 100 . . . . . . . . .t 2T'I0: 1'nkoowD . . . . PKnn All rrn01 l tot 15 Illk 41 . . . . . . . M..lnnln 1..11' "A. Nil I. 10 . . .. . . .a
Lot 109 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : . : : 17 27 30 6 Unknown . . . . "-Inv -( o.----: : 22 HI: lot 12 Mt . . . . . . .mlnol. I '
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4 Lake Front Addition . . . . . . . . 83 211 80 Lot, 4 Hlk 42 . . . . . . . . . . . I' . 1.1 / Uk . . . . . . . . Mmlvoco.Lead. . I..84
858r Loin 6, 111, 1 Ill, ::: 24 . . . Italnor. 2 70Hetnlnnli \ let 18 . .. H. . .
r La678{114 1.5 8416. art.34MI4 3410. 420.: 2.1. Blk 43 . . t I.and 4 Jlk 13 . . . . . . . .. . . . T..r. a.Ol 4
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"451 4112. 168, 471.711.. .77, .711. .711. . (1..01 tilt . . . . . . . . tlnlnown! . . 1.10
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480. ",81, 412.13./ / 484. .MII, 456" 108, I Lvl :22 Illk 44 . . . . . . . . . . . . Co 11 .16 1..1 14 . . . . . . . . . . 1..110 q'3' "
r' G01. 1\08. 6011, laO, 1111, 1112 . . . . . 33 25 30 116 Hernlnolp Inv Co.Lend. . . .Ii. 3/1.211/ Ml Blk 4 :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . !\pmlnole"nkn..wn.,\ land '" 2.118< ).alt 2, :Jlk. 4.14: II elk' I : . . .. .. .. .. ... Ktpb\et' M Load. .i. 1.2 f

4 Lot 821 .: 2/1/ 80 ly Unknown . . . I 11 1 Lots :1, 4. Ill 111.' '211 Blk 411 . . . . . Inv Co 40 "87 1..1 1 11:1: . . . . . . loy Co., . . .. ,.
Lot 418 .0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ::13 211 80 I If. 1'lIkno.' . . . I IiLot.4114 Krminolr Ijiod A Lot''N Ht . . . . . . . .". . . . . Wllllnm., a B.. 1.26loo
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ::13 211 ::11I 1'1'lIknown . . 1.11 I I.ot t 2 Hlk 41! . . . . . Inv To III11: ( and 11 l". . Unllnowl . . . 1.41
Lot 481 . . . . . . . . . . . ::13 2/1/ 3" I', Inknoan . I Ii I Ixit tl l 1 n Illk 411LoU . . . . . Mrl'rerYtn, Mm N 7 III( 1..0.. I .. . . . . . . . IL .
D lot .118 . . . . . . . . . . . :13 25 30 14.. 'ukllO" . . . 1. 11 .:. 4. 1 IS. Ill. 17. IS. 10. 20, 21.: 24 Vnknimn 2 37 .d I Bk 10( . . . . . . t.IDoa.m. Lad .i I.G J

4 T e \.mlnol. Land k Inv ('O'K Bub: < Ill? ilk 47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hfmlnoli l.anll A 1.1 I nlk 16 . . . . . .. . . . . vol .. : 1:45:
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it ot all fract! except; Joke Front AdIIUoD. :14 211 30 InA 2 Hlk . . . . . . . . . :
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I Iii ( '0. . . . :W II'!: 1.,1. I. J:. la:!. It .' 1. ij: Hlk 411. . . . land A 111 12 1.1 116 . . . .. . . . . . . . .. Unknown . . . 1.2 i
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ot all tractl except Lake Front Add . :III 211 ::10 L..aI.. 1 I. -'. 5. (O. 1:1.:1 14 Hlk 50Ixit l . . . . 11 74 1.110 It 11 . . . . . . . . . nkno.o . . . 1. !
All . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :lU 2\(1:\ 1\: :8rmlnolr< I.alld Ii HcnilnoloIni' Land A .. II 11 . . . . . . . . . ; Unknown . . . "
Ins ( '0. 'N Iletre Iv, Illk MlJ ) . . . . . . . . : *. I'1 t'nRap 10 :111 1/., I flik :1: . . . . . . .. .. .". .. JIKb, I M .. .. 1.2 ?
2 nit l Ilk 17
"l'b. Land .. Inv (Front.AddllP 1 I.mi, I. la: U. 17. IK.21,22 Hlk 51. . :Si'ininolo< land A Kr :o head i at
ot oSyr upepl Lak.. I 26 ::16 Lot 4 )ilk I . . , . . ". . 1.3 "
All e c..pl Lola 11111. :200. 217. 2:11I.: 2:11.: 1..1 I 1: IIlk U: . . . . . 1' Int known Cii . .. 1rlI:1 ( Let I I . . .. . : : : . .. .. .. Smoke. J I . 1.0
Ilk
282, 249, 2r.lI. 2111. 2r.2. 2111. 2113. 204. I 1..1. in Illk :.:J . . . . . 1'lIkno..o n . . 1.1' 1.91 7 Ilk 17 . . . . . . . . ... . Unknown .. . 1. 2e /.
293.2114. lIr.. 211.1.. : ::1111. "2,.. Lots, 17. IS. ::1. 2?, 21::{ Hlk 5a . . . 11x1' Lot 8 tit Unknown . . .. 1 ; Ie
326, 327._ :'12/1./ 345. :543. 84g." :::1.7., ::1'111. Srmlnol: < ,. Co and. .AIn 1..1 A IIII 117. . . : . : : : . : : : : . .. .. .. .. Unknown . .. . 1.10 1

877. 3MO. aM5. 11"6." 415, 4111. 417. 419. Lot, :. Illk .14I . . . . . . . . Ki-tnlnoli-" .and A 7 till 1..1 1 2 lilt 117 . . . . . . . . . . Unk..ow. . .. 1.20 r
447, U8. 4.U. 4/10./ 4/16/ . . . . . I 26 :10 nSAj1 :-.lIIln..I., I.nm1 oS.In. InCo . 101 13 117. . . . . . . . . . . ". . Unknown . .. . 1. .e b
'N7 Ilk
0 I 1111 ::14 I I.n'' 7 mill s Illk .11I . . .'. . . . . I (.. I k Ill . . . . . . . . . Unknown . .. 1.10 ,
1'1. r r 1 . . .
The 8fomlnole Laud I ]Inv Cn N :- W ya :1: 260: Iot I l 10 Illk .11I : . . . . . . . . . . 1 nknowx. 1.2'1' 1. J3 1Dlt 18.. . Seminole L i .

All except i.oa. ( 1:0.:: 187 114 14:1.: 132. I I...i, :J::1 t Illk :.11I . . . . . . . . . . lirr.1 I'nknoan. H . 1.211:: Let. I. 2. 13. . . . . . . . lay Co. .. ..
169 2nt. 2011. 2011. 2111. 232:14.: : 2W.: I Lot., 7 Itlk MlI . . . . l 2(1 1 Bll 19 8emlDol. L. i +

2",0, 241, 242, 247. 2.11. :i0:10': : '". 2:15.: I I.ot, M III k Ml . . . 1 nknnm n 1 2(1! 1.. I. 12, : Dtk IO . . . . IDY .
838. .211. 440. 4\7.: 40$ . . . .3'26 ::10 2811 H"mln..and" Ii I I I.ol., Ib. IIlk Till . . . . . . . . . . I'nknownKi . I. 26 11 . . . .Inol. Loud i a.D "

Div ( '0. . . 1G7ta I:I.ol I'i Hlk' Sit 1'nknna'kmi'THIT. J I'; . 1 .0: ) 1.. H nlk 121 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '.N a
The. Rem1Dolp land k Inv C.'K :SIh< Inv I Late:::: I L 2. :J4 Itlk 17I : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : n 1..4. I. 211 Mmleol. L4 i

"r NEV4: end 11: k. of NWo,. and l1'y attY I IInv k Let 4 121 . . . . . . . . . . Inv C. . I.n '
BEY u..vpl R It rt or way . . . 4W 30 I I..n| i :2:. I II. II. is Blk .18 . . . . . . : < diHiMnlnolw I.i anilSenilnule AIn :3 1.1: Inn. I tk Ilk 1:1 . . . . . . . . . . .. .. VIIOW . ... I.U 4

(J\ All enept tote I. 8. .. 6. ilL 7. 8. 211. 20. I'ot'nknovru . . :I 1.. I. 11. DIY . . . . . . .
'145: 1
98 31. :114.: aI>, :III 511. II:!. '\11. O0. Lot 1 Itlk IN . 1:2 .....Inol. 1.i.C'4k
*
1oll. 11/1/ 120, 121. 1211. 12U. 130. 135: :Lot:::: II Hlk ..X ' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : K.-t l' L 1 1 ::R lot N IIlk 1: . . . . . . . . . . . . In. Co... . . 5.87 .
26
1811, 137, 1110, 140. 1112. 163 157 IM\, I IX.IH 1. J. J5S 14. NI. 18, 10 Hlk Oil . . Konilrioli> lot I alt . V..kao.a . .. . 1.1a I '
11\11. 160. 161. 162. 101. 10:1.: 1111.: ::1111. Inv CoMaltlinn. .Land. . .4. 8:46: I.... J, :. li'pIY'i2s' : . : : : : : : : : : Volto"w. . . . I.T.. ;
2211. 226. 23 I. 2311. 21\6, 2\1: > 487 H 2. L.d I .i 4 (Ilk inI . . . . . . . 13 lDlno" L.4 '

",43. .114. 41111.16., / 473" .14., 458.. I I.ol, 1 Illk I'i:, . . . . . . . . . 1 'nknownKi .T. ". I 211 I Lo[ 4 Ilk 123 . . . . . . . . . . . . Co. . e.81 ,
10. II, 12, 21. 2'.l. 23, 4". .4. 113. ::14. 7a 4 26 :10 2:14: :-<, IIIlnnlo I.auel k Lot., Hi Illk .viI . . . . . . . . . . . .", IInFI. 1.28 II... 6 12:1: . . . .. . . . . . . . flmhey L.. 1.8:
1'1\ '? 1:1: 1"1 Lot I 17 Ilk Vi . . . . . : . . . . niii't 1.211 lot 7 Dlk 123. U..k.o.. .. . . S'
Lot 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 30.1 l'uknnwII . . I.li I..., -II (HMI .in . . . . . . . . . . . 1 nknownIthnmnn . . . I.II I Lot: R Nlk: 1.8 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: .O
Lot 1\ . . . . . . . . . . . . " 4 21O 1 "nkn..n 1.17 I I.oti. II I. 7, K, II, 111, 11 U, 1O Blk (It) . . "' Mm M IISeinlnole 1.28 : II (Ilk 124 . . . . . . . . . . . Et :: : : ..
. . . . . . . land 4 .
I
Lot 8 . . . . . . . . 1 2180 1 ITnkn".u I. Ii iMIn.
Lot 211 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 86 1 I'nkn..u . I. 17 Inl IUk 181. . . . . . . . . . . . I'nk..n hit Co .. .. .. .. .. 7 16 .\ II ISIY 125 . . . . . . . . . . . Co. 1.IAl n. "
Lot 80 8o .known . . 1 1..I :.1 Illk (10Loin . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,28 1I.Io i ,
1 Lot 85 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 30 t :f oknnwn: . J g ( 1:1: and 14 Hlk \K(> . . . . . . . . unknown .. .. .. .. I. 26 "Ik 128 . . . . . . . . . . v .i .I." S,
Lot 62 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 28 36 1 1'nknown . I. Ii Lot 4 Itlk ({IIIxit . . . . . . . . . . Fh6t. F' . 2 "(Ill ":' oIo.t.>{ .
Lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 28 30 1 Unknown . . 1.17 2 Blk Ill . . . . . . . . . . . . UnknownTreadwHI. . . 1.28 All alt . . . . . . . . . . . . : al...
Lot 118 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2. ao I 1'nknuwe. . . I.li Inns :.1 and 4Ilk O2 . . . . . . . . . vV P. 1. L'6 liT o .
Lot 121 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .t. 4 28 :10 1 Unknown . . 1.17 1.11' :5 RItJ42 . . . . . . . . . . . . tpraxne.. ICIlai. . . 2.\111 All lilt . . . . . . . . . . . In, Ca t. ... '
.i + Lot 130 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 26 30 1 'nkn..wn . . t. 17 tot, 10 Hlk 112 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1.YR 1)1 . &minela i 1.'
Lot 136 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 ao I Unknown . . 1.17 Lot 13: l\lk'fl2 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown\faMlh.lI.\' .F. H.. .... 126: All BIN 120 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.v CO . 8.79'BemIDNa
Lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 28 86 1 Unkn..n. . . . 1.17 Lot 4 Hlk (It 1.:0 La4. ,
Lot 1811 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 88 1 Unknown . . . 1.11 Late:: I n and lo iill'113' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Topping all l Ira. V K. : : : 142 l..oa 1,6.1. tl BIN; . . . . . . . . ... "
Lot 1113 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 \OJ 80 1 (llnkoo . . . 1.17 1.0.12 Bit OS . . . . . . . . . . . . J O 2 .17 10 .. .
t.
'. Lot 1119 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 26 30 1 Unl01ovn" . . . 1. IT LoU 3. 13. 14 Blk 64 . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1.42 I.t 1 Blk 181 . . . . . . . . . . . I.y c... ,.I..T8'
Lot 21\6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 28 80 1 Unknown . . .P 1. 17 Seoilnolo lav Co Land. . . .A. l..ot 3 Blk 181. . . . .. . . . . . . .. Rtlllapty. .1 .1,10 y
Lot'4"S . . . . 4 26 30 1 Unknown . . . 1.11 Lot 12, 6 Blk 60Ixit . . . . . . . . . BeralnolA Land A 8. OB l..ot 4 81k 131 ". . . . . . . . ... . . .. Dataowa "Ales.er .. ...8
TI"fl.lol! I>oope Sub.DIv'of Iot.38 and l..ot S BIIt 131. . . . . . ... flot.owtri .. . 1,4Q
.
.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 28 80 O Blk 66 . . . . . . . . . . . . UnknownUnknown lay Co. .. .. .. .. : : .. A.B1l.OO I.t. Itlk 131 . . .. . . .. .. ,. ., ...,t V..kn. .. 1 .. a
l.oe 8'824 A . . Unknown; . . . 1.26 Lot 1 21. Klk 66 BIll 132 . . u tona'l..r 444
d ; . . . . . .
A N' W Fnl.om'i Sub1Hv of Lot. 80 .od42. 12 26 80 fat:: 22 Blk: 06 : : : : : .: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 1.9(1: ': . .t...111. ,' .' 14 , .

Lot 8 811t B . . . . . . . . r, . . . . !8foody. W II. . 1.26 Lou 1. 2, 13, 14. 16. 16, IT Bill 6T.ll . . Kemlnol-Unknown l.OO All olk .. . . . .. . . . . ." .... ,... .. I.v'Co.: . 10.52.' a1
Land 4 13 '
Lot 9 111k Ra . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . 1.t6: "milo" ,
>111 .\ Illk (>sIx.l . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inv CoRotnlnole ... . . 10 SB All except Lot 4 . . . . . . . ... .. : '5.176 : x
a LoT8 131k.: 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole I.and A I nil 4 Rk 14 "lloOI h .

lu" 1.11 . 1 5,''I I ". Ill k lift . . . . . . . . . . . . F..C'IonN.fn Inv Co . . 30 18 .\ lk 1'23 . . . . . . . . . . . . cO..l .U. t '+
f Lob 1. 2. 0. 16.21 22 RIk 2. . . . . . Nemillole Land A 1 It (Ilk on . . . . . . . . . E.( 2 0L.n /1 .. ? '
Ills' "II . :; ,II 1 Lot( 7. H. 11, U), 17, IS, 21 2'2:! Ulk 71. . Clark Hi'inlnolo lolm .12 :to 1 ..1 II k 1:111: . . . . . . . . : . . . . Ca. ...Sflllk /,
Lot 6 "III; 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . K.nu'v. W 11. . I 2'1I Land 4" ":I O ii

I rot T RlIt 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Krnney. W II. . I.I\: \ I I.1 .,1.,l':: ( . . . I'u.lirMt I . 1 \ ( lai. . . . . . . . . . . . . Co. .. .1'. -
; Let III RIll; 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1'lIkn."n : Let 11, Id, 2.. -J4 Hlk 73 . . . . . . . l IIHimlaolr 2.i: so.ii., .
Lob 111 and 22 Plk 3 . . . . . . :NuInnlr< I.and 0\ Inv Co Land. 4 UI Ilk I al . . . . . . . . . . . .11 ?
I Inv ,I'n \ 1 1.:1..( :1 I 7. M BJk) 711: . . . . . . . 'R H S"mlnoe Land A ,
Lot 10 Rlk II . . . . . . . . . . . 1",1, C' 1 . 1.1':: 1 H'Miilnoli, > Land. 4 1 1.,1 4 Itlk I . . . . . . . . . . . IlY . . . 1.1 I t
: . . . . . . . . . . 1..1. Inv 'n 8 41 al 8emlnole i '
Loa II and 4 BIk 4 Hn'd J ( : and -1 1 (Illk 71.:\ . . . . . . r.4
Lot 22 Rlk 4 . . . . . . . . . . I'tt. 1 . :: 1 I...I-, ::1.t 4. 7. *. I 11 Blk 74 . . . . . . . YlnitllncM... p SUHemlnol. "..I. I I. : .. 4. 1 141k I . . . . . . . Iny Co... . . 1. T'
\, Lou. 23 and 24 . . . . . . SI.pl41n,, .. I' 8 514: I nnd A tl 8eml..ol. Land i

."1 Lots 1. 2. 8\ nlk ;3 . . . . IIOlllllo 'r. W .\ :a\ ::1Jt ., in, |At I 1.1.I I.i 10 11 1. 12 (Ilk 70 . . hIV, I ( .ii I nnd & lo 31 1 1ScnilnoU L01 S III k 1 I . . . . . . . . . . . I. Co. . . . .1"
, Lot 4 RIk 1\ . . . rnwdln .r LI 1 J U / M"mllollO Laud i ;+
'4. Lot II RIk r. . . . . . I'11knwlt . I 4:: \.i. fiaill" I Irk 7Ml . . . . . . . Inv, I'o.. Land 4Int :14 ::4 18Si'inliiol. Lo1e, :: 4 :'. i. 8 IIIt It2 . . . . . . . .., Co. . . . 1.3.
Lot 6 Rlk r. . . . I.ukn..u . I 42Loltl ole Led A

TV 1. 2. 17. III IIlk 6 . . : ,Rrllllnuln. Lend A. ,' Ml fiR.il Illk i* . . . . . . . Hi'lnlnoli.I Co Land. 4 21 -". Lot I Ilk 142 . . . . . . . . .. . Unknown I., Co. .. .. .. .. .. .14 '
21't .
j ; 111f'o r 1.0"" S 4 1 . . . . .
. .
Lot 3 nlk.O . . . . . . I I nkn..wn 1 ', MI ink 7'iI : . . '. . . . . Inv ( .11 r> .IDHiMnlnoli I < Ik 1: . 8emlnol. Land. A 118 ea,
; Lot 21 Rlk II . I uknown 1 ,.7 I.anil & Lot, 4 ID. (0. . . . .as
t. . . . . . . . . . .
: .. I..t. I I. 1:1: IT, 1p. 21 711. 7 . . Br n01r! banal kI I I L itt( 1 to 12 Hill Itlk 80 . . . . . . . . Hi-uilnolv Inv ( "land 4" (I'I !0'17 I..f !I Jlk Jlk 1 1::: . . . . . . .. . . . Unknown Ric., I .. '.It: t

t. I I.. f'O . Ii 101s I. IIlk lH . . . . . . . . . .41
,; Lots n. 12. 1:1: I"k 1 II'.n' . 4 i"I I" :2Y: Hlk soI . . . . . . . Inv ( lo :tilUnknown I I Seminole' laud i r

1 I. Lot 14I"k, 1 . 7. . . 1 IIkvn. . I I I .ol., 2': Ink soI . . . . . . . . . I. 2H Lot :a I ftlk 1 H . . . . . . . . . . fD, Co. . . . 8.1'
: Lot 211 1'Ir' T . . . . . . . . . . l'IIknowQ . I'II'I I Lot., :2", Illk so . . . . . . . . . . 1'lIkn"wlI' 1 21I'nknown Lola. i. N. IU Ink . . . . . . . Oeksowa . . . I.U. a ; n
Lot241111'7. . . . . 1''' lIo"n . I. !' I I I....t 24 It* "0. . . . . . . .. . . . 1 :2(1: I. 15 8emlol.. Land t .
All expel' loh 7. 8, 0. 10. 11 12 IIlk R\ :Nrudnnle< Lend A I I.I. 12. 4. rt 7. 8. 1 10, 11 12, 11: 15, I nkuow n 1 2il /., : (Ilk H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.0S '

I Ins ('11 211 fill I I 17. IS 2ii. 22 2: Ulk ,1. . . . . Srmlnoli-I.and 4 I., (Ilk 1'. . . . . . . . . . Pnknnw n . .. . ,
', Lob 5. 1. R, 10, 11. 12 IIlk II "11,111.1., Loud A Inv l 1..1 S, . . . . . . . . UnkD.a . f'U 9
,. III' "I'n . . A 40 "..tIIII"1:t . . . . . . . . . . . Cn 11 so I...., I 12 Jlk 1" . . . . . . Thoma JD. . 1 '
rot 4 nlk II . . . . . .. I l"kllo..n . . I :''. ..., 1 si . . . . . . . . . . 111."". II r I 2 n InI. 1 111 12. I 3. IT. . .. ,. .
( late I. 5. d. o. t0end 1:1: 10 24 In1,11'f I Litt. 21 Ilk 81 I. . . . . . . . . . IlIk..wn. 1.21 iltl 'IIO. . 1.1: . . ?.1: IQ. . .21. : .
f, ..' Block 1" . . . . . . . . . . . Nr.lnolr, L.n11 k lots I. : 4. ", I Y3: Ilk Bt . . . . . N'mln..I I: : Smlnolft La i .

111, f n 211 60'' I'o lan< 4Int .. I..., i HII . . . . . . . . 10.00 f
All nlk 11 . . . . . . . . B Irnwn lend kIn : I I.ots., 1 II 1 and 12 Ilk 82 . . . . . . Hint iiinUi-l' :S< : (Ii:. I",, "Irtk Ilk 14fl . . . . . . . :. lhtel.p J. l.tS .l'!
( 'n :111: I X I I Let II Ilk "2 . . . . . . . . . . 1'nknuwn 'J I., I 4 :5. 6. w. ]10, 1:1.: 10. I". 2q. 21. Unknown . .. 1. I'4 +1
L.u t ,.' All Blk'12::! . . . . . . . . S0ndnolr Lend A. Lot. 20 I . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1 :211 :2 .Ilk I I47 . . . . . . . . . . . LDd !
., I n s ( '0 39 I I" ,, Lot 21 lilt . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:1 Mmlnol. A .
Lot 22 Blk 82 . . . . . . . . . . . I'nknown ': JI, C0. . . . 11,4 ,
( Lot. 7. 8. 1:1.: 111. 10. 2" 1(11 I'S) \ . Brminob Lend kluv : . T'nknow Lu1 I 0. I". II 14. 15. 10 21 '
1'41 12 211 I I Lol I s Illk s'1 . . . . . . . . lnkn0wn. n 1 ::1 24 111k: I IIN : . : . : .3:
f" I" in SII . . . . . 1 :: 8emlnol" Laud i. 5 -7i
'S Tate U. 16 111. 20. 2:1.: 24 RIP 14 . S"ntlnolr Land A ot Ilk . Ink '/ .
Inv I'., 122 I I I L ot 11 1 si . . . . . . I'nk .sn, n 1 Let, S Ilk IJN . . . . . . . . Iny Co. . . . 9.86 r
t . . . 8 . Lot 10 14 1(1( 20, 23 Illk 84 . . . . . an ,. I 2i f! Rlee' (1 z. .. .
Iw { Lot IT 111k 14 I'nttrr. Goo 2.3 7 N'o.' I nnd 4I 1..1 1 (Ilk II" . . . . . . . Reed. L . . . }I. tI ,7
t. Loh 3. 4. 1, ,8. 16, 11'. 211. 2::1. 21 IIIk 1:1: Srminulr Lend 0\ I i. .. 47": I . ::2. 24 Ik 111 . . . . . . . / .
Inv 1'n \ n. .Lot 2 Illk S4I . . . . . . . . . . "mlnle 1.04 i 7
I"i :' Tot I mk HI . . . . . t'nknowl( 14- 3 7 I 1"1, 1 :2. :1, 4., II. 7, N. III 17 Blk 1 NlHlk : . . S.n I'hlllln-.,in.,!,,. I.I LanA IV 4In .1 -'' I,, r II'' Ilk 140 . . . . : . Tlakoown, la : : : : : : : f:=
,' i. Lots 8. .. 6. 6, 8. 10. 1'1.{ In. ::". 21 Blk III Srminnl. Land k ,f'. 7 MlKi'ivliKl. I I , I 6, 7. 8.1 0. In. 1:1.: 14. 17. 19 I ,rp
{. Inv / '. III 7f!I ."'I. HI. 2". 21 I 14(1 . . . . . . . .. I anil I 4 Ilk !I . . . . . . . . .. . 8eminolr A 41
l..t"lTlm"llImklll. . . Krill!,, C 1 '111' r.n" .
'r Tats 5. 6. 1.I./ 9. 10. 1:1.: 14 :2 111k 17 Sp'ylnolr Land k I.t, 1 Hlk S6I . . . . . . . . . Unknown'Ira l I'n . . Ill'. I I. 2, :I 5. 6. 1 14. 21 . . . v In, C..1 9.61 t
I I"'N : .
1) fur Cu IS; 1.Ieot. 1. I I.ot. 'J Ink, so . . . . . . . . . . . j nlt Irl 101. LO t. k. ;

.' 4.. G. 10, 14. 10. 17 21 Rlk 1 lN\ . . BOminnlr Lend k .t K'" Itlk silI . . . . . . . . . Unknown avis r: R. . I 211) I Inknown I I.. Ilk . . . . . . . . . . . C W. ._ 1..M >
I a U: S6 . . . . . . . . D. .. 1. "
Inv ('n I" X Ilk . 1111 . . . . . . . . . . .
I :20pmlnole 11117 Ilk C
0. I I. : 4. is Illk 87I.t . . . . .. . . 152! . . . . . . . . A. 12.
p Lot 111I . . . . . . . . . . I'nknna n 1 mT'nknown Lnad 4 I. . KeooJ'. W"H..f 1."* *
Lot 6RItIIk lR . . . . . . . . . 5 I NI" I 1 1 II Illk 87 . . . . . . . . . . Inv Oo. ... . . "f/ I", 1 Ilk 162 . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . I.,4' r': 4, 1
Lot 0 Bit 111. . . . . . . . . . . . unknown 1 Ill I ,i.l 1 1 1', ) 87 . . . . . . aknown . . I"IK / 6 Ilk 111:1: . . . . . . . . Unknown . .... .
'. Lot 18 I'IIt 111 . . . . . . . . . . . . / 1 I .. , I I.d., Ilk i. I1 12. 11.: 14I Blk . . ..I\.p. S W . 1 ,f l I"IK 0. 12. 2:: 1 : . . . . . . . . Seminole land i .87j
Lot 1.1t\ III . . . . . . . . . . . . unlap. 1 I .", I &minole LtaA Ii ta. Cw. . . J
Lob '.! .2, a. 6. 8. 0. 10. 11. 12 BIk 10. / rnI o 1r, nd A I i .nt i 'M. . . . . . . . . . Inv'e . . 7 1 1(1 1.,1 : 1118 1/14/ . . . . . . . .. . U koow. . .. . 1.69 l'10lK -
Ilk 12. 17. IH, 22 Blk . .
}+ IS 0 I Ha"'hpr. ] :Ji! I. 21. 1116. . $. Lnd i .
k. 0 I lea .. 88 . . . . . . . . . .. I
+D ..o"1A; !!. 1+. IR RIk I. . . R'luor J F I i"LOta 1 I.r 17 Rlk 88Loi . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . l 2n 'o . . 't
,. b; 0, 19. 20 BIll; 20. . . . . . . . $eminolr Lend A in DIY 'sLots . . . . .. . . . . .. Unknown I 21 Int.. I. 2. 11.: H. 1. 11. 21. 22 BIl 1111. .'.. La.4 .: '+ i1.v
:. < Inv Pn . . I\.R7 nandinlniii[ I I L . . .
11.
and 21 Blk /8O . . . . C. 4
f' Lot 8 : 20 . . . . . . . . . . Pnknna u 1. 111ql 1 .. ./.mlnnl. LanA. 4 Lot. 7' R. D. 11. 12, 10. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24 '.

k I Lot of ElBIk; ; 2 O . . . . . : . . : : . . . 1'nknnwa 1.7 e Lot 4 80 . . . . . . . . . . . . y a 20 IIlk 17 . . . . . . .. . . ..1101. Lnd i .
1 .. Lo" 9.10 RIll 21'1.' . . . . . . . . r.r.7 Ilk rnlaon. I. ._ . 2T.t1.. 1Iola
Let I 80 . . . . . . . . . . . 21 C. .
( Ilk . I 2. 1. 4. 5 A. 13. 14 15. .
_, Lot 111and, 12 BIll; 20 . . . . . . . . Xt.war6 8 0 3.0v' 1 tot 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . I 21 16. 19. 20. : ." . (
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I R 21.22.2 2t Blk 1118 . . .
.'i ? .... ..Lea lit 1!. 11..1'. BIll: 21 . . . . . . .J 8emlnole (.and A Lit Blk If . . . . . . . . . . Unknown McKenile. .W. F. : 2.mlaole Lnd t .d
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Lou 1. 2. 3. 1. 6, 1. 8 20 .a.a"
: 'Tat 21'Rik'2b'" t. . . . . . .: . . . . Unknown . 14 2 24 Blk [01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bemlnol* Land A 23. 24 Ik 1:9 I.. . . . ., 19.. . . ., 21.. . .21.. 4 ;,,. 8t
: l Lottl.l'2, 8,1.. 0. 8. tI 18.11 12, 13. 14 In r. Co. . . , Blnol. .L '
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;;'. _.;. !O. !$''r.20, 1--.21. 21 Bik 12 . . . . t. Remtnoln Tand k Lot 3, 4. II, 18. )9, 21, 22 Blk 11. . . Bamlnol Tang A rroSnT r.t U Rk 19 . . . . . . . . . . . ; ' l 'j"-
C ). 3. 5, 6, T. 8. 15. 'PJ tW'aOI ,
'. '; .... Lot ; 4'2 . I" .' r. . . s IIuk00wn . 1,4a 2 Lot 8 Blk 91 . . . . . . . . . .. . . K.t:: :: f3; Lel. 2$ 21 BIll; .. . . . .ISo... s i .
"Lefl 1. 2. .. Tft b41.18Jw11Rfr 10, 18, 20, tI, Lot 9 Blk 91 .? . . . . . . . . .. ,! 10 .' '-I "A.,1 2nrY

. ,. .' t : :Blk' 28)'gr...'rA;+, I uM. .."f1 . . .. M 8.mb 1. Land 8, 2 Lot 19 Blk .92 . . . . . . . . . . . . ESSSli&Xf :, Lot. It 824.180tLei. . . ..t.4 .P ny % I.. "..:
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- : 'S IS4SSLS4j4I + Order of Publication. I CALi.Sxl.IFE FAILURE' STRANGE COUNTRY IS OMAN I I8omethlng' PROFESSIONAt I: B'' DICRERSON; I


{r J I fo ClrooU Court, HertntU Judicial Circuit. O.. _ I. Artificial.Stone.Works: I
; oeo1 Coual,. ttl' t. of florin" *-lu <;bsucor1James Sultanat CARDS .
at th8outhea
the
About *
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1CRAYSTOPEI = E. DftvU.' CompUlnaat -/N Ch.rle. Joy i iI. WMOLIaALB AND ReTAIL .

>!/ lhrl (Oallpghi-r, mid All Purioiu ( Mm.nt .t Ei.J of the Arabian Lime, Patent Plaster., Plaster '
;, = an IDler80llu lb. Pro'.rt1 In Tm !JIll ONE MAN EVIDENTLY D.
THATV RIVERS M.
I
Peninsuis Fire I
Paris Cement.
Clay'plasteri
.. . DMsorlbed. J>*fm '
tC .,{' 4p1 ka: ne 0.. ; Irom Title CHERISHES NO' ILLUSIONS.Possibly Hair, Building Blocks, House i

I J TO All Whom It "a r Concern : One of the leset known countries of PHYSICIAN and SURGEONOffice Piers Chimney Blocks Sidewalk
,:, L5Q toa.60 per dayt It Irom the. SWorn bin of com Tile. Common Brick Fir ,
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t '\ 1H otl'ln'1lh: : r ute, that tbera are |P'r- the Arabian peninsula la the eultanal Osceola Pharmacy Brick"" I
) : ,Speciil by weak: or month. := *on. imeretfd in the proixtriy Involvwl in thin over 3 in. Tile 4 In.'Tile,,Drain, Poci I ;
null i (her thfiu the known fi..f<*n'lnnu, and the World's Verdlot Would of Oman which occupies the southeastern I t residence 51 I eta Cypress Lath. '
4.f I. w.TrnIAMr; ". '1 Do I'OITEI' + that uoh M> InU'renUHl, extremity: The country I Is PHOEScoflil4: {
n. the Uftratw of pimoim mIld that f> a. the Same ae Hla Own, but r $ lIly motto .ii quick .....sad small proiitj I
j **** 4 Cr. unknown to the omnlnmnnt: : : i largely mountainous. The area has I >d ..o..k and rood q..ltr.. Caedst: Jprlcea. .
. i ,+4$4.t44.is+ IteM 1. prayed In Mild bill ot HiinfOniut I a5ailDtNuch Many There Be Who Envy !inxlory :
.
...,.0...
niiknown 'ondantH' not been exactly determined. as the Everything' _t18f_ .s
1 It I.] Therefore Or4jnl Ihat nil 1-nrtIN\ Him Hla Record or niuiwy .. ussu.u. Tvvrsu on litwed. '
i. western desert border has never L. WINN : ". I '0
claiming AII Intercut j In and to the foiltiwlnudewrilH or I W. way end Midland R. Phone .
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: : l prtp.oty.:|; -p-Himt lu the ounty: o( been fixed The population which : I __ .
OMMjla ..nii ui.ie of Florida, u>-wtlTh : Tbe following "human document" Isplaced dlstrlbuted PHYSICIAN :Iii 'f.
W. L north bull of ilm n.rlhCNt (.innrtcrolth l I ranges from 250,000 to 600,000 Is I, -" 1 "
_
m DDZOB :
} : what
at our disposal for It may .
ttouthfHHL. quarter of, S.CI Ion Hfxt. <- lu'JowiiHhli mostly along the seacoast 1 .
., I 1 wfnty live fcnulh of lUtiiK"", TwinI be worth, declares the Chicago Record interior thatan I RKHIUKNCK' thoNg: .uOKKILE Kiastaisisa' : :. .t r
and few
valleys
\-t.hm e.Rt. <1<> eppINr lo I < omit!win;mil shall make a I'POMC' ,i. t'OIlI1A. sS ..%,4. _..... .tr urIIoor.... l
t.II Herald We attempt
\ bt ii) jt lomplAtnt, I lurnin HIM I or ffoton liii. I no be Irrigated'; There are no rivers, and 'I...
]hi ,!M. of, Jnlj'. A. II. )11111. <.If-e 'iII. H.II! hilI.will to pass judgment upon It. preferring r 1'
be nktu ftK r,,nliHHt"<1 1A the annual rainfall. Is not more than M. TILLER \\n ,:
,1] I It I Is Further Onlrrwl ThHI tltii l "niir to let our readers do that for themselves five Inchesells are the only source F'G.. THOMASONPHYSICIAN:: .

In. piitihph 1 (11111.i H w <.< ,k for 1" <'1\t' t'IMINIM u I
- 1 1\<. wet.".1" I ho \ nll,) <.*,,i'UP. 11 n* MH|'npt"i 'or water. The Tropic of Chm r Real Estate Agency. :
1'iiMlNh.H, |II n *...M' mutl') i.I f |(JH) < .-<.In. i Hint' "Ioildtt "I 1 am probably a failure Do nothastily crosses. the nultnn.ite, and while the SUItEN( () <

Real Estate fount> } ninl of .Mi"' .'.1 l ilrinlHtlou' tii KalIt) !! conclude' that I need food or winters are ploii lInt the summers are : and:/: I< .................-............. IttG :

\MltHIhf Hmmmtili* JHIIUW \\ IMrUiimJiKlire ClOtheS, or that I may become a future long and extremity' hot. Arabic Is
of IK,id ,'mm. ,iiI I my nnnio HN < )<.i kilHrtof Ollue Phones 7-1 and, :I. ResIdence I 126 Realty bought and sold. "
ward of I have little borne
charity
_ _ Mini\ 'th oflti% al! HIM.1) of, MiM 'in'nil a the language generally spoken, '
IM -1 < o in, ihlh tu) llthH\ \. ..1 April A U 1'111 which baa he-en paid for out of my though'; In the ports many Arsons .c Houses rented. It-

|IC.I.. (I. JOHV10NI I have three children whomI 1 K 11.1)). \VIENENCAVE'Fl'RlNARlAN; ; I Taxes paid and Titles '
"M...I! < I I. rlt t I TTi.ill Court, earnings/!; I speak lcrsiar Hnluchl and Hindu I )) < verIfied It

WI.1 *.. nr -i,,IM. .It'M, tot, tiiii, ).Ittinitiil. l,1.t' 1 I have managed to send through ceil slant' and every native merchant. can I for non-residents.

;' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA lege and I haw IHOII able to Have conduct his business correspondence, | 4Q Fire. Life and Accident Insurance lit
sll C iii( K 1 M;ATI' I" KK 4
enough money to provide Biieh thlng In cither l English or I'ronch Tho .
Notice ot Executor for Final Iil-ll' Axts
I. ALL '
as I Bhall need after my earning power sultan or any of his ", nllis. or Kovernors ; I .c Indemnity Bonds. ]

Discharge. Is gone. Hut I am probably a failure derides\ a caKe. which bo 1 tn.i';
may t71r1: :; (OK1AMX.) ( rlA.
I l urt ''t tl I't t HUIIT s. U. BULLOCKREAL "I Inn:- Hlttlt, ,, ,.f, ;; 't\/\: A Tnrlh:; K :,U. ,!trK "I>et It be understood that I have brought before thorn without reference - -- -I A. _

<.Il 1 ( >H< ..olti <.omit}' never willingly or knowingly wrongedany to any other cane. or to any law.except .
_ Ni,lh t. ,in henley ...,W< II. ,MI ..110"\ ,,, It IMHIM | N. L. HIUANDKNTISl:
one; that I have been a law-ahld local customs and such
I' Ill. thHl MM 'lh' hull day, <.I( M.\'. 'I. l II precepts I 1)11.)
l\ 1 : 1 Slinll I llppU:! tO 111" 'HollrtlMl',;4, <.t'j >I.I I.: Ing citizen ; that I have kept myself of the Koran. as may I be deemed I '
\ j ; J of 'r< :
I ml i r Ju<1tr< of *.Hi h l t mirt AM ulKi ) ;
free from debasing habits; that I have applicable Commerdal law IH on
ESTATE I.nit fIr H Ihml <1im, 'I.nrKt' MK iXiIItlIt "f th

,. t; ....................... I.ttHtHtllu"HI.',"I MwrtiiH' HMIIII "Hint\ 'J' nrllMRlon I II t III 1 |Pr..Ill. d...(.('.H.I IMhiiHj! "",1! always endeavored. to vote for the I known. \\HMS." formerly extremelylow. S't'"rl'' BUlIIIII'''' Z.'BARAGER'WALLPAPER

.. .Hiuif-, ' *'x.r..1, f ,nil! 1 ..MHtt i 111111 Msk 'tor good of my country of my state and have IXK'n 1n<'reaHinK" HMadily it New Y(Irkt \ nui' :

14 INSURANCEExamination I." '| T0Hi: : of my city rather than for the benefit condition Bald to ,be ,due not 'to anv I S-i. ('tlll'Ii" ( r 1 OKIDAI !
'j'j'I:\ :
, 1 \n\ I Ill 1 I.< I 1 1"11.I. A I II 1 111 11
i K (II> !MFI K. of any man or party and that I Increase In the demand for 1 labor. but I -_.- -

I I'' ,,i ." >r xi ul"r have tried to keep heart cleanas ; mused
"i" n my as to a deficiency In the supply
of Titles a .K. .1 I .\ -,> l Ml'so; ; ( v.
I If It. like my face were visible to by t the dying out of t the aed),<,. or nogro )
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_ the world tpuln1lon, BIK| "'e the importation' Ilhl\ 1 II I'urer Hanging; and

Specialty. 1 Call (for Republican County 'I have no quarrel with people who of sill\'. cargoes ..<.ntw>d, Tie* preall Decorating= : a Specialty

do not believe aj I believe I acknowledge Ins; dally wages Vnlttd Stii I,'ii <'urr<'n- 1 i 11,1 ii t .n. Kmn[; i ililunro..c

Corresoondence SolicitedFLORIST Convention and Precinct I that (there may be things cY. in ''''lItS.( are (",irjw'III,>rll. 41'(. . . !' I'' J- I ; II 'III. 1.1, ;12::! IIJ Window Shades, etc.Barlow's .

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ whleh I dei not understand' that a house wrvatilB. 17 ; (' >okH. *!i-:! m isons. \ I :::11',II f, .111 I' II. -7

- Meetings thing Is not necessarily wrong hccauxeI 34. t'ooll<'B. 24 ni('Bt><- tigers. :Jo! and. Iflpphunc} N 7'i Jim 5. 1 1I l\r Horse and '

i _ ___ _ .__ _ __ _
I think It wrong and that a thing IB women date' I''," hers :17 ,Coats. n Cattle Powders and i ,
'Id.', )H. ,,'M' .. ..,..'i.i. I ni'H"trv '.t. 'I"
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| HI pr I R \\ ISO1PI.o.TIST;
I Vi. (I'A :
.. not made right merely liocaii'-e I t-btep and burnis of and Bluntedtypt !
. sup jioor
,"i,l. .UI, 'II i II"! ,kl.l pit'' in* ,I- i I n4 !in l n i III' 1 ) Poultry Food
..," \i". I 1)1) I i t.. ..,In t '1 II. 1 I. Iatl) I II.. IM) -.u" hone It to be right It Is piobablehowever >B, owing In .('alll \ forage-. lire : : :
I' f on \ i uti,! ..,t" I p., I h) I""r" in t ,IM mil 11..1 1 'innt I ;:: |
,, that tbe Iieople) who fix our rained but I I ilK ell I rime dnrle's which,
I I
01. 1 g.l.1 f.l < H< Ii i' M H'd| ] all vstlrb I : itloUlITs( !( ; :: HUH
I I'" '' ntv' Ii." i i,,,'d IL. tin) "KIM 'l\f'' tit, "i<|"|"irlt standards of success the pcknpk' 'A hoare t the> t trl!>eB of t tie wcBte' 'rn border grow ,
.. ( Illui! ( 'I ill| .J I ,' ,1| :NEW YORK( AVE. .<
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs t Ti In I p{' 1 i.i'J'. "i' i' ti" t M kt"t ..r I monliH < 'ni !Till Si I "\ 'r K W1 rj ]lSt"r.
. ,, ,... , 'mil, , leaders In society the people I In are Bald to be thebe'Ht' bre-ed, tti the' )0 ..
\.lub.r, < \tIl.T" "" |1' f Ii i IM" Ill r . 10le
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& for all occasIOns. ,eI i ... -i ni,j, u '. ",'M" .1.1 '11" lull,,, \* ill I I1. ] I I.." H.ii'|,i,nit, authority would If my ease were world. I IlorBeH are f'w. t he" -n' Ix'lng | < mi- H '.
.. i ,, J 'mm I iflti|) i- .hen,, e 1 Ki* St. Cloud )
Potted Plants and Roses a I. \M I.v t I.< I 1 hail i"" tI.i) illlil \ \tt : | : Fla.
probably less I than roIn/) the whole
to their notice consider t
,, brought me a .
uill I I ]Is I h '
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i "inn I '11" 1 I'r' ( "i if i 11111 II I ig I i t ii.I. h"II., IK i :2.!.I\
specialty. 'M ".i "d.I i r f.., '''''nil 11\ < <,m I"i lii i,"l.111,n'I i "mi falluie I have not accumulated. a fortune country. : ]llcf
,.lliii..i., i ..l CIVIl i I.'. i f..r ....< h till, <|unlil\ Ink >H..
Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL I ,,1.). ,, MM \*.trin' 1 lii.. l.n i Mil I' |Ir'.i u" 'IM Till I I have not caused my name to I i i I 111'.1 imMIIKI: I I }: I':. M IIi )1
.T -< liiIIiW Till. mix, i. ..IH M ''II'I 1,1' H.)litii.i .'jiiT.it" t lIs ,lhIIMII be>e'ome familiar to the public Few 1J.
I IIIMM ''.l < ",,"1I"1 .i nil i ('1.11111 lilt..... Paid Good Price for His Cutlet i
I; 'i 'J 1 ,hi.. rIse lii I I... lj*.,Iil] H| .II., < 1..U.I U.ri'iH I , n I people consider my favor worth etiurt
_ _ _ _ _ h..Ih.i i, l mi < iiuniy < "nv< ntion on Jiil\ 'iH'liMH log If I coin an epigram It Is unneitlced flic llrazllliin nil hoh.) lliion: 1'ircnu I :. |1"1 l l "11.,1'0"i,I gi I\'n to tin}, .
:. I.. "ioi,mm, ,tt Ill."Ills IlikI l nti I rnimm I wa" as mberlIn! trllli-B .IH ho wan extravagant I .
to and I 1 ntrni f U ,uul
. Ini owing my obscurity r> lit nine n I
(
: ..h'h.) i lu-In-' H HH IIIIM < ''nit Wfon I
: have been of honor In other dlrodioiiH 1 It I wii i ('lllllir'n
IllS ntion never a guest

- J. W. THOMPSON < hR"man t uliM\\' I''OI''e'I J. \ AN' In.cinniitt/IK ct. "I believe I am qualified to fill any one of hla pooullarltlcb, never to I I.,.' i I I enneth p. Butler l

JOHN I I. FMKRKIOt' high position except that of champion servants, and the waiters of the van l''> -. 1 l'4

I 1'*-"if r* IIIM ('''.mUKxt i itt, I. ( IilIiJliITtli. ,;, heavyweight pugilist but I have never oim hotels at which he sojourned l were. .I.m""d:! I Ip ,

for that reason not partial 1 to him
been called upon to accept executive I
One lIIornlnlwltll Hta i1n ( \A"SA'NIW' W II < HAWFORDrANsAMV
( at tinmagntntint
FUNERAL DIRECTOR responsibilities I have in an obscure : BARBER \
SHOP
Notice for BIds. I subordinate position done my work Manx hotel, in Hlo lie \ :: ( ; :: ; \; CKAWrOKl)

_ _ and :-.111.. i* IH rcl..\ ...'\0'n thHl t'h.' 11".1".t.tI f fount skillfully and conscientiously and I Janeiro he caino down to hreaklaHt I

_ \ uiiimiHtmni "I f MM.<.OH! .,uiit, \ have been remain In It and ordered, a cutlet A 't..r he had ATTIIIJ\JoYS-AT-I.A I I ; ; I I W
I Ion.1. \\illrn.1\t' KInilti' lM'1" (fur IrrIl mNjriiMH permitted to \
LICENSED EMBALMER ... eaten It he ordered! a weeond Haron Cold Drinks & Cigars ''
.i) "r. vt .-l' limits "\.*r C murr k. I undisturbed I
tIed'lMliH, C""II!> loruln l" nt their heal r.*" ilm saM tile head waiter maliciously. "It'sa OITli) *- I 1./ CIII/<'IIK ItHlik ItnllillnifKissiniiiue I \\t.
impniiff. .TuU I A D I\.1J Pin"it* nnrl hvrclflHtiotiH | "I have not the slightest doubt thatIf Florida
< i tii 111 il.Ht tl.rk'a <,fll.... All' Mil Ill I InHildri because of some upheaval uf natureor cuBtom with us never to R'n'tl1< Kissimmee; Fla. .,
Oppo.lh Courthounc .KiiH < rturt IC klHMlinin Vie rhIa through some other extraordinary
TIle> I L lnhlllinTioTll.rN rtn*.rv I. th)"',rifrlit" tn ri*- I had been hurled out of my that 80?" bald Fereau and rising from f:
agency ,
.. KH.KK; :
je<'t HII)' .nil.) all )tIll Iii ,'1 It his seat he left the room In ten minutes ( II. 1 II.>
little unimportant corner Into some I .
4 hon"'EIt -FLORIDA high place I should have been ableto he came back Into thQ dlnlnR I /!; -- ---

room. 'Walter" said be, "I have Just AT'l'OItNEY.ATLAWOfFice (
Guardian's Notice of Applicationto prove my fitness as an administrative '
bought this hotel and am master here
o ---- - Sell Real Estate of Minor. genius a master of strategy or a now As you will not be able to get State Hank Building Sprigg Fleming 1
transcendent organizer. But
no up-

: $1 or $2 per Acre per Month Notice<.k Sloanlllnoii, la tiprt hi' .Klvtti will that make I I. 8"Rpl.\I".1I frimrJlati\ ofJa to heaval has occurred ; I have waited accustomed to my to theIr plan of serving KiHsimmee. Florida -
guests according wishes
Hon Ueorgff F. 'I'arker oonnly jll...... of Out.woIn patiently for the reward which we are you CLEANING

county, .t hit office In thu court bonne In assured must come to him who does are dismissed at once," Thereupon betook A F. KRIBHATTORNEY ,--.
ttmy s Siaford'oUry (arm. Flowlnir mr- Klwframei Fbi' on Monday July l&th, 1t112. ( PRESSING
his
*..!. well Iuar.t..d. b-Irr4gatIo.. for an order to Join the Other helm or lh. late wen l that which be has to do. and I up napkin again and calledto '

u.s :..l K ,good .Knoll. provvudUtrlct: JmiieR M. Willimn 8r In n priv.U Mia of the begin to Bee my superior cast furtive another walter: "Now, bring me AT LAW KISSIMMEE. FLA. DYEING ."4
.a I.t..t. water and rail travcporta- folio wing de orlbe Oar liberal allowa. oily at and hake their head another cutlet! -- ---
lloo. contract county and .ta.. to wit: glances me REPAIRINGLeave \
.ar. to pay out THU Bo.d a Ovaraiitca The west tfelf" of the north lialf of lot two and In fancy I bear them say: Examination of Titles a Specialy. '.i.I
.toSaaford Fla. 4a..1"Modem and the north hilt of lot three of .: ;
the went half. of the no nth half of lot. 1'1'o"and I 'Poor old chap! He IB a faithful. Fine' Notification and payment of taxes of Ii
Distinction
the) aonth lialf of lot thr**** of block e' : and conscientious soul but be has no talent Drawing a non-residents given: careful word pt my houie! and clothed
Rtstty lie feet Rquare!! off the: north end of lot Jo'loorwalker-They've reduced your attention will he cp lied ior and returned.
Home for .Sale. four nf block 1 ;nil 1 I In thf Union: ItHNC tulditioii and In a little while be will have jalary have they'Elevator ..
,
Kit-Hlmni ( thn or' - -
to n Ily now propertv
? the helm of HHH. d" ""il'<'nt 1'lu. Intcrtut "r'' outlived his usefulness'"So Boy-Nope; they'TO cut I > OBhI' -
_ No. 469-New modern 6-room house wild minor Konifht to In "'0",1 MB Ht>oenientionrd I must write myself down a fall Guaranteed
r \\t- the nndl\ldi I '.1 1 une-t"onty, .fourth my wages
located Emmett block .
on street one do the world
of tin. Si hole ure. It I did not so 1$

.. west of court house. Electric lights, MAT! IK A. WIM.HON. would do so for me I have not been Notice. AT LAVKl4SlMi.I.E __ rL.
iitinrtlinii
4t '
bath toilet and lavatory. Lot 1 ITJx .C 25 tried and found wanting. If that had .
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cC..8..LLrSTER::
1471 feet. Several young orange and happened I should have no reason to To All Whom I It I May ("eme) 'ernNotn \ I

.,1. *P grapefruit trees in the yard This An Ordinance complain because tbe world has decided .e IB here'\>\, gien that the Hoa u) I :. H.ORIDAI :Kissirnrnee.s: : : : ;. ,
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I unworthy I have notMteen of (ountj Comm "ioiu'r WIll, r.'* *ive. - -- --
that am
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e. AN ciUDINAN' I' KvjlriiiB tin Nnnil' iriiiK X7e11 IDrlllerIM
bvxt
located
property is in the very of Huildlntfrt I:,II I tin, i :113, of: K:SKill,Intl.: I lorIda tried at all. yet judgment has the hookx of the ( utility TaAs ."'s-or I 'Ii,I'll. MAW-H T III TIN .5'AIIIIWlair 'tl
\ C iun" I fur J "illS f t'he
resident section of the city close. to I been passed upon me. That Is my at the pox t regular 'm..tlf'j.'(f J ul191J .\ 1 I. 'I""d" K It t "rom. ( minimi. I 'mirt |11\'par.! to drillARTESIAN
:I( court house postofficv and biisinexasection. II,* It onlnttM'l l 10\ the Coiiiic.il' "t 'th<' ( lIy or :!. for e jnah/ation of taxee foi. t It....
I1 1..ndnHtctlou \ I grievance
KI..lm""TO 'tj ASSEY"AIUOW; '
; Price $3,700. Terms on part. I Thai hollies. ,tn is soil. nil nthr I year 1U1-!]: M I WELLS
dw nil I Inn- .. tea rtt IMIKniwH ". All persons having, complaints 1 t ; 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co IfittliltriKK IIH""H or thaI '
\ M hid li nl ut ill. MM! ,. 1 1,10 nttiKtitiK "" RIIY as to their a8S"8Rm"nt an hereby AT1 1.1 t'i AM' ) ( 01 NSM.L01

.w (if thehtrtit. .if KNtilinniet Mlmll tie iiuiiibt Duma. and HI. Dogs not 1 ti...I to die them with (the Hoard AT LAw In .any section of Florida. 1

ti -- H,I." .. Ix-rtiUHfu J. fin ut'rets pro slrllel\huh. 1 1w inl.rarct I'mm11.tro1 t Fondness for dogs has been a marked on or before that date I I'lncliK'. in nil T Ilo'' (..urlo..1. I hel 0"l r and of
tht I nll.,01 t StHtiH lIke IM lore lie' I , .
.. K G JOHNSTON riiln Hall
Nt riyht MMK)* tlif* .uuiubt PH Rlmll I I run (characteristic of many famous men ;,
n'Mol 1 (.mnmiHHIun. mid II lie I 1110-st t
at'
from One toward tlie mirth Hiid from Otm t" Of Dumas it Is -5.tt: Clerk Circuit ('uurt OtlllllllHHIUIl. r (onimerc 'J 1 en years ol successful Well i
romancer
Why l ig it necessary for a meat man \% cola .Tile .""Ih. on sIrloIN' whlih illtIrni'et 1 tbe great Drilling is a Guarantee of I '
Mnlu it'reel at right a nil""" tlic nntiilMrn hH'ii told that he once had a dog as hospitable II ( llAhl ITON 'Hi (Mi, IK1ANOH> FLA. my t;
to be a musicIan 'nrtlw and front <> Ahihty to produce the best !
: I run from Ou in 'low ttm east I itouardH :II I
,,10"10, as was his master, and that the I yr
the Ss eat onir 'Iwajr the iititnlH rihall run from I'iI., n"" dog once Invited 12 other dogs to .
? > u wRrol on *.at'h of Hni ill ai,net*< I in "R'b .1!I ireLi.lItfF0111 Dumas palace named I 'S lIt.II...IH| In r,'>>>' *lvt'n 'hilt. tht* "oumy < 1,1.1., \ MIKJOHNSON:: &Iw..
Monte Crlsto .
ItroHrluny on Ntreitnhli h i inti rn.i'l, lt't h!;If IM'xt r. *fii'nr nit"<'\1"1: 'I IIUV t'
TWO f
HtewHrt avenue Ht right aiu/Rn the nnniUnshnll after' his famous novel! Dumas' factotum -1""H"'r i ] l ifl roo'<'IMf'nltf'1 t""M\\H for ntlnu a ATTUUNH (Coi AND FOUR INCH
: ) ANI NVI-I. I LAW
i"H AT
run from (me upunM toward the wail i. Ktf 'ITT ,the ('onrt, Mi.iifin I Rust, ,llIilu'l,, WELLS A
and on nil ..1I..r ntn.ctn \I hit h inU*xtM-t Sti.ic art -In-chief wanted to drive off the H..n.."In Mm,,1 1 tin' ,U* 1... .'tl' lilt'11.1] .l ( ..nttiitf.. "I", V,'ill I'radll' 'in all ('ouittState SPECIALTY ,
nv \% aol f roiu Ht' 155 a ri Pt Vl'Illifi I In th<. ra.e of ni: " ..i.l f to )I" MiMi-d' \ \% it h to tt grit i <. roof. |11.1,1, '
Rtrcct to w'hl\<'I h Tile PFOA'ihloim II t.. lotuiM n ilo not apidv lIe numlx.rhi I I III ala| 1 1... MK <.1irr I I. have a social position to fill It .(''ti'ik ( m,'ill ( '''"It. Kl-lrnin..... I nri In ( 'i,t, Hank 1 Kisnimtmt .... :
..1101'I the 8'nit (.oinmitiw of tlu. ('iiurll I I In 'onuntHniom.' r<....rvt 'ih' righT l (Ti I. J..t : : : : IlPlorlcla
all I raw. tht i', i'ii mimlKTU'! nh)1.11 bo on I liii. entails a fixed amount of trouble and nnHII, ,1 nil hi.'U :1 i "
Month an"1 \\iml Midi aim t Tie odd muni*"ron expense You say I have 13 dogs and
the north nnd tail i.i1'i',< of the Mtr<'e'K. II JHNKINM ?. ?. VIIM1I.IIAM ---- .
Ste.I t 1 ht mw! <.,. of Twenty IU'e (.'..) frettixrluii that they are eating me out of house (

\ t* of street t r nll\ IH !lierieby nllownd and home. Thirteen! That Is an unlucky No 472 Truck farm '1'his property -
for fnrh number ami: I buimiOKH!;;j are to l a. iium I ri J 1 NKINS; \VOODHAM I
jj : ered and ariNlffiicd: lilair number no onllnR to number""Monsieur adjoins the city limitH just out,,1<10.,
the Mrett sl.i'h:I they, Ma ml. but'i hi < aHt of
on If you will permit me,
build III ICR. or afore. nr *'nirancHii wttUjfc thC I where you will not have to |pay city SURVEYORS I The Florida Grower C I ;

mfil, but.diniri .t' ii<1ii>"K, r'o.' .'r together than there Is l nothing left for me to do I taxes contains. (jj J acres, tiTle HOYMIIK
Twenty live ((1l 6) feet. they nhnll be uiimhtrednorofolnvlj must chase them all away" said the Kls.. ','
lm""
: All .biiil; .11I take their. numb* on (II.) Ntret on whirh are servant. I (.ik| H ho want to know about Flor-
tholr principal I,.,>D... Not more. tliau i I One "Never, Michel never" replied the cultivation Can 'lit bought at a har.I hutVepkls 11 00 POT T .month
So h& can blow his OWn horn lIun.lred numbers Hhall be allowed l for eel h I' gain prl'l'. in<.ludiriK present growIng 1 I3i. i-c end KW tore ten imua trial
-- -- block great writer. Go at once and find .ul>Krrl'tlon .
==--= = I Snappy Bright. CUn. I IHERB
Hw 4. All niinibont mimt be ('onnpicui>unly me a fourteenth dog." I.crop. on easy termH ol pavnunt We _
There never was n' dlaT,lHye | will introduce you to t theowrx t, 'rand you The Home
numbering 1 nmde ami Hhitll bo either on the

better place and never .tmllflfug(reel. iiHttlf or Ml the eittratic to It on thai cart deal dir, ..it with, 'liim This property MOO Florida A......, Taatpa, Fla. f:

HIT -'. The ...nH-iK"nu'tt numbers chap be Milk Pitcher<< of Six Million. is dt''siralily, lotattd, splendid 1 soil and --.0,.
will there be, to buy a made nndi-r the dirts i .lli>a of the Street comroltu I
"The sight of one of his good cowl ar money rnnlii'rJl Man
*. AH owners of ImiMluK within I the Bakery

LI tender Steak or Chop, rovibtanii "f thin rlmpt. IbM e..et..d. art. rt>- landing under a tree down the laneat :! .tf II. M. HRtAhUi & Co. I -. _- '
juirtfl! tf the |IM\* itot alh.lv don .... to sitlertaIl' i iI -
the r........t ntiml>er and to diMplnrthttm I milking time would throw the modem I
and all m-e-a-t deeikes to the citi- '
the amlinment sit he'nin proided oi' their I numbera. within ten and daJH all own after dairyman Into a fever" write : K issimmee' Auto Garage" and Machine zens and visitors a their G0 I 'I' EE' .. .,

We pride ourselves ir. of builtiiitKH I I hereafter erected, or are now Charles White In the current Issue of Company has accepted the agency forth patience during the rutW for IS 'A aUAHANTBBD CVeDon't :
lii course of coMHtrurtinii. mid all Conrnetore Harper's Weekly "The harmless
Cartircar one of the most wonderful Bread, In future we Ii be diiftnirad by an nnifarhtly: .Goitre. oii
rectln ,
what sell hereafter or now > the same, are required
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on we t.o *_rtaln 'the correct number of cuchbuilding necessary cow of these enlightened bvealarger variety of your neck that surely' fc'*p p in -- ... ...... .__. :_
of the and will few i ion and CBUM choking .nd otbar .
cars in .
age a snpl.aasa _.
We always sell the ( |: sud after otuptetlon of the aMine have of these ,
days a shipment cars on MAUU'i OINTMENTf I
tall which l Is floored with concrete ,u'''
material. Hot Roll. ',
Bee ii. The deetKD and for the nnaiMra Cream BUcuii < .
best. We spare no to b.. dlnplayed a* heroin provided for and frequently scrubbed The cow hand which they will take pleasure in Bread After Cer.eOoltr.totsyG.rd.have. tried avn-rthfn'alM: ,i"1"6.:W, 1' I I Icv.
and pow nmTm ,
(white "n) I. . ;
ball be by the Street I and bro
fact to tell IIrIgl":; : Council approved. ; all numbers used herself U l curried and brushed everyday I showing to all 16-tf .T bcanl of than yon will appraolata th. rust ,' ..' I
n '
pains this for Break/act narltof this ramadir.r It. U lnnnliM,I. ',, (,." j
.. herein provided (for shall be of Uk. .. or !b tter . Where Is the haymow T Gone; - -- - / Mmvanlant to ;; t Cit skla . :

1 and that tells all the material and dvaiyn alma with the milkmaid. the dodo. and I Cream Pufft, Monda and ship n"h-. and wa famtmat ar eases that t><, :I -: ;;.
boever violates
Sec 7 provision ofthia New Houses.We
any I
I I application Mwhm.Mora Ac.... .Ra. '
;
Thursday. and :
chapter shall be Seed not more than twensy be auk Into the obsolete past. One oftener A tvlta than a month'sti-estatset with any other I

rest dollars or imprisoned not more than twenty listen In vain around the barn for the have several desirable new houses if called for. ramady. m'tpand any inora aaoiiaj for 'worth.0 I .
d.ays. ''
aa bat Sand 110....t. leeS Pack-. .
Bead a first and eeoond tltAe and nnanlmouar old slogan 'git over Ibar go] ding under construction which we are offer Ako a variety of < e a.,njTjeJtsa.'. OI.t....... and If y- do- ..... A1 id '.!. "

: I paaaed In open session thin -Malrtaj of Mat, el'! with the accompanying bump of ing for,sale. All of these houses are .find it the lisat yarned,of the kind ...... .. ..",- '" .
RULL BASS .. P. 11112.: ) in desirable locations. Secure I .onhajidataJl .mv s..d. can return the =and ., .
(Seal) J. M. IIAN8ELL / the knee against old bossy's rib. All one of -. we_II1r$ = gee.mon.-, t I. '
; P..ld.ol of OouiMf] them for next winter at a lower price times. t...... keying Large Oat.re of L.i etaa4Ixzor t t\It."> "
Attest: J. R. GILB R1', Clerk' I' that ha. gone out too. Cruelty U costy. than will be asked for them later in the khr tfcla rMnwfr triaU Sand iRai << ::, \ '
MARKET >pprowd thia 23rd day of May A. D. 12. Kindness pays In these dayp, of ALFRED JrairtraSadTwUIbaaantHall .. ., 1 12:>" .
$. .C.IRYA2a.6t season.. ii 124t1 .t -* ksesedy $ fI
:. .' ONs $- ?4"o ta.
.- .- ''' )'or. conservation the man who mistreats ...r'H-:.II. ;;I. ,' r( : r '
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.' ': .. animals 4s picking his boss' pockei -. .'- ......-, ., >$, ? .: ."' "i4" I!,,<,1if1.1J'I. ""', ';ii
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: :Th 'question':mar be asked '1I'het1' : < r
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: DUTYOFUHCLESi .r a bond issue of 9SOO.OOO.OOO for aid .

( The Waters &. Ca: . road.building would .b 'at.all ha.. r '-' :Ii s: " it Yy,

; son _. irdoust. ,fly, referringt6 the statement 0' '
of the treasury department one FLOREAsaOMES: : s p pl

UILOINQ Of,GOOD'ROADS PROBLEM ,,will'find that the present bond issue ,

; .G ()rYCompari# . FOR.nDRML' GOVERNMENT. .. mounts to about' 111 per capita and : , .- _

! ., .. the Annual Interest charge .. .. cent: "
. ; Tb. Issue of' tSO0,000:' 'of bonds i J' ,l re.

" Wholesale would Carry the bond Issue up to ap-1'' We have for j sale spJehdid? acra.'facra: : about one' .mile ./ '

i" and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES- WOULD HARDLY FEEL: TAX proximately $16 per capita and the from the county seat; has rich, dark ,soil very productive, '. y
Interest chart to- 44 cents. At- that
about half in cultivation
: ;*new house stables
t rate It would be tINt smallest bonded some fruit plan'J'

,, Indebtedness per capita of any of the ted out. Splendid proposition. Price $1600. '
General Welfare Clause of Constitution .
leading countries of the world. As -- '
I i Gives Congress Fewer to Build against the $16, Great Britain bal a BUSBY
4 Roads. Federal Aid Would Give Jebt of $88 per capIta German $49, FARM-We also have In the same neighbor i tit ;I

: I WE SELL WE BUY Mighty I Impetus" t. Road Building.BY Italy $$a. and France $144. It U perfectly hood 20 acres of land; ]16 acres in fine state of cultivation

-, safe to say that If the govern fenced and cross fenced 4 acres hot- tight for pasture with "
\ HOWARD ment would issue and expend $BOO- .
HAY H. GROSS. running water: about ]1J acres of
HIDES About oooe a year the post office department 000,000 of bond In aiding the CODotruCUOD 5 bearing orange grove;
GRAIN sends out word to the van of permanent highways, the room box house. porches; several different out buildings,
people would never know that an additional I chicken house chicken sheds 2
FURS ous postmasters throughout the ; grape arbors, lots of guavas,
FERTILIZERS try where the roads are had COUD'I tax had been Imposed and I peaches, Japanese persimmons plums, berries and various
would never feel the payment. This
WOOL ening to suspend rural mall
SHINGLES unless the'roads are put In acceptable step would give a mighty Impetus to other fruits; a fine line of beautiful live oak trees surrounding xJi'

ORANGE BOXES AND oondltlon. This Is right and proper. ,. road building, and In ten or fifteen the house also pretty palms nice cedars, magnolias, and soft ,

I It Is an outrate to expect the mall years probably 400,000 miles of good maple about the house. About 2 miles from the center of
roads could be built, and this would
ORANGE WRAPS ALLVEGETABLECRATES carrier to wade through a sea of mud : town.
This place can be purchrsed for $2500
revolutionize and I favorable
I to carry the mall to the farm home. transportation on
'j COUNTRY It ought not to be necessary for him would add Immeasurably to the pleas. I terms of payment. j +

1 to do so. At times the roads get so ure of country life, and would add several _
: CRATE NAILS PRODUCE bad that the mail wagon must be times the amount to the prop I t

I abandoned and the trip Is then madeon erty value of the nation, and give ua FLEMING HOMEContains 5 acres of rich fertile land '

horseback, carrying only the let better schools, higher social life and about 40 young citrus fruit trees besides peaches, grapes, Jf

We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ters. Sometimes the delivery has to a higher standard of civilization. different kinds of berries fine line of ornamental
be abandoned for day. at a time on There Is a widespread demand fora shrubbery +
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and campinj and nice flowers in the front '
account of road conditions. parcels post, and as congress usually yard ; splendid 6 room house,

parties. Why the roads should be so bad the responds to popular demand, and porch in front and on one side, outbuildings deep well of pure i

I Free delivery city limits. Phone No. 12 country over, when nearly everybody always does If the clamor l Is loud and soft water. This property can be had for $2 ] 00, is inside ,
long enough So It Is quite probable
: wants good roads Is a strange
We are county for the city limits.
agents good fertilizers. Ask us for circularand
the parcel post will bo tried out.
anomaly, and this unfortunate situation e
prices on fertilizers.LEACHING. will probably continue until the Let the government help build good ,

people approach the food roads prob- roads-the highways over which the We have
on North Main St. a magnificent home
--- locatedon
lem from the right angle.It children must go to school, the doctor r1
l Is a tremendous undertaking to I to reach the suffering and over 83 by 1 135 feet of ground. 8 room house with 2 bath rooms,

I II gravel and macadamize the principal I which must pass every bushel! of lots of closets. 2 fire places splendid porches out buildings, }

I II highways of the country-It means ('I grain and every bale of cotton rained II I is convenient and comfortable. All in first class condition ,
the building of 400,000 or 500.000 j -the road which reaches every Odd, I ; It ,
farm homo and market I garage buggy shed, stable wood shed servants house etc 5
I miles of roads, and would cont be- every every ;
I
OF FERTILIZERS ; tween a billion and a half to two billion -'j I town. This people i-verywhere nice bearing orange trees. beautilul shades on all sides of the
d..1 I
dollars, or from $15 to $20 for mand good roads Roods are house. This splendid property can be purchased for $3500'on
every man, woman and child In the! l sal; waterways are sectional. Good
land. This Seems. like a colossal out I roads mean a saving In transportationfar I favorable terms of paymet. Best reasons for selling '

lay and It is, but the money could greater than can be accomplishedIn I, t

not all be spent at once. It would Bay other way Good roads mean I COTTAGE HOME Here have
PHOSPHATESProf. better schools, uncial life and a we a very pretty home ,
take probably! twenty years to do It, more with ,
so It would be at the rate of perhaps I higher standard of living; they mean I a beautiful view of the lake. 6 nice rooms, 3 porches,

i one dollar per year per capita. progress and civilization. house in good condition. comfortable/ pretty yard. East front,
Blair experiments at Gainesville show that (i /1)of I
The department of agriculture estimates I. I beautiful view of the lake good
16'per cent Snp< rjifini>p/iale will replace all loss of this element that the actual paving to the GRADES AND GOOD ROADS terms if desired. neighborhood. Price $1500,

in the drainage/: waters from one acre for one year. people by good roads would be at I r

I Hilgard the world's greatest authority on soils,, gives an lease $3 60 per person per year. If Mlghwsys Traveled by Heavily Loaded

I, average of leaching!: from ten soils which could bo replaced by this estimate Is anywhere nearly correct Vehicles Should Be Kept Down BROWN FARM-40 acres of land a quarter mile from

) 1 O j'SlIperpll/spl/llr-u.ll( I.i ,miss nnd It probably Is approximately! 1 to Thre. Per Cent. railway
so, tin the saving the people alone I __ j station 200 yards from school and church; 4 room

NITRATES .' by good roads would pay for them In I A one per cent. grad on a road I i house: 1 12 or ]14 acres in cultivation; several bearing orange !i'

five year,' time. means a rise of one foot for each I trees, most all excellent citrus fruit land. Prices $40 per

There I Is no fact better demonstrated hundred feet of distance traveled up II acre. favorable
terms of payment.
t This loss is heavy in warm wet weather unless there are'' In economics than tbat the build- the hilL A ten per cent grade means I I'I ;

!J growing crops to take up the Nitrates as soon as formed. Lrl It i Ing of good roads adde to property ten feet rise In each hundred feet so

. JJie grass and wads jron OJ er sujniner, as the plant food taken | values many times the cost and traveled. A one per cent. grade then, In the same neighborhood we have 71 acres of land, 100 '

:. up. by them will later be returned to the soil in even better condition I brings social, educational and economic means tbat In traveling up hill one I yards from the depot. convenient to school and church nice 5
benefits that maketXhe building mile an ascent Is made of 52.8 feet, ;
than before. of roads the best paying Investmentthat while a ten per! cent grade means arise acre orange grove. 1 12 or ]15 acres more cleared and ready to I

community state In altitude of (28 feet In a mile. plant to 4
; any or can I oranges. room house stables; excellent land 25
; 1 POTASHProf. make. Accurate tests have shown that a
i acres of which is fine for citrus fruits, balance lies lower in '
The horae which can pull 1,000 pounds ona I
question Is, how ought this matter .
Blair's experiments and Hilgard's researches agree as i, to be handled In the writer's level road can pull only 810 poundson the artesiah belt. excellent for farming and trucking. This. ...

, to the waste of this element that from one acre in one year it j I opinion the first duty Is to the federal a rise of one foot In fifty and on arIse i splendid property has a very bright and prosperous future.

equals 25 Ibs. of High Grade Sulphate of Potash which costs | government. It is high time for of one foot In ten be can pull Price S5.00O time on $3,000 if desired. 1
it to get busy on this problem. The only 250 pounds. These facts show I
62i I Is.
y ; ... cents. I money Uncle Sam raises l Is by Indirect that the greatest load than can be
. taxation and' this tax the people hauled over a road l Is the load which VIe have other farms
Write us for particulars. I' many ranches, orange groves an'l..l:
can be taken the steepest hill on '
r scarcely feel and there I. very little up city property for sale.
Correspondence
solicited
complaint about It. It hurts us more I tbat road or through the deepest I )

i WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. to pay one dollar as a tax throughthe mud hole. It Is therefore advised \ .
tax collector's office than It doesto that all highways traveled by heavily

- Jacksonville Fla.George. pay fire times the amount by indirect loaded vehicles should b* kept withina ,

taxation. Under the general wel- three ,,or four per cent. grade U NELSON REALTY COMPANY ,- 't

l' I fare clause of the constitution congress practicable To do this may requirea I f'' ," :

__ has the power to build roads. change of location to get around Over Citizens' BankKISSIMMEE '
A It also has specific authority to do so hills, always keeping In mind that the FLA. +

for thos roads used for rural de II v. ': lower the grade the larger the load ,

ai f ery, and these comprise nearly all I may be hauled and the cost of haulage
the main of the I kept at the lowest point. -_
N. Saunders Suppose highways, then, we estimate( country.an expenditure :- ,I o. .................................................................... tSt

' of $1.600,000,000 to be made Birds a Help to the Farmer. : WHAT IT MEANS !Ia
1e demand for the of o !
BOAT BUILDER I protection
3't
upon highways, jointly by the nation, _
wild birds was once based solely on Many.l>e oJ.It. do no! know. whot. Dank Capital |I'.tor, or the dl".,. oa be-
the state and the township ,, :
or county, IWM-II "I.Huk
e tinat IK. ( [.11.1..1 one with( 0 Ic roe.1'01| '' l ,
.'i Agent for "Ferro" and "Eag Ie" Engine letting the federal government con- I'|I humane and esthetic grounds; now the i A IIANK'H CAPITAL: ANI HIIKPl.fHIt. -
demand l Is coming to be based In addition -
and fWHf Gltollrf Fit IH .|ul hK1SS1MMKK '- tribute one-third the amount and pro- j II" 'lmi... therefore, tbo l.ruer I II :. f
H the
rating the money between the states i -economic grounds which will Kr>*t : : FLORIDA) commend It to larger number of i
,. .. a men <1'1101 ofUrplu.
re..oe"tr r. .r.aeoa e on a Joint basis of population and 11000' (10'i
In n.1 of .
and Insure It a more careful hearing >yj (SOO) UO \
road mileage. This would give a state 1 % -&h.'d.) r.' liability, :M/.OOO/ Ufj ri \
j like Illinois between 126,000,000 and In the court of public opinion. Bird
t slaughter not long ago was decried be- A total of 1/.M' 00
27000000. The funds to be provided cause the native songsters were being % 1 hI'. nivaiii. thai \\o must toes J'I!:.,lH)OU bf fore our UoMMItorii. could lea.aa rfsW
for from time to time by long cent ,1hl" prolitl"ll I In for VOf
DOZIER NISllllllGE killed at the behest of millinery :
/. :. JlGEHCY time, low Interest bonds. The tax fashion. STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEEKimMll
per capita to carry these bonds at v*
| Now anotbv note la sounded. The a
three per cent., when all are issued, a -0.- 1
The Oldest and Largest I In uran f Agency m Oscoola County would be about 15 cents per year- Increase of Insect pests and consequent a ........ ..L.CO.C:: >.... :
FARE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH reduction of the harvests. has I r.
r., three car fares! Then let the state t' Ip. Alts)' JOHN M. LEK :0.: b. CAKHONCuhler :
- PHONE UN -tl corresponded with the decrease of the e I r..Ideu( Vic.-PreIteut '
one-third from a general tax levy,
pay
t or, better still by a bond Issue, and birds. In audition to filling their .................................................................._! V-
craws with Insects numerous wild
. --- one-third paid locally by the township.It I *
birds feed on weed seeds, and weedsare *
r contribute Is common to practice road building fpr the state under to I a handicap In agriculture.: I .......... .. ..............
safeguards
Iu several states Increasing t
what Is popularly known aa the state .
EMIL MACH
CITIZENS BANK OF KIS IMMEE are .being thrown around birds ERNEST MACH I..
,'" aid plan-the townships have boon because of their worth as aids to agri O Act M'.ndard Oil C..; 1
t ,, doing the little that has been done culture. : 3

i'; Organized April M 1. 1'JKI! and years.doing The It new without feature help of for the many prop : MACH: :: BROS:: _

): DEPOSITS osition l Is the federal contribution, Russia' Tight on Tuberculosis.The *
,
first "white flower day" which
April :lad 1OIO, S21.SOO.OO for which there l Is ample authorityand : Livery Feed and Sale Stable :
was observed In Russia on May 3, ,
tie Dee 3l,t, 1910. >I2O 2<14. was a "success beyond the hopes of s
I Dec. 3UI, 1911, .I72.26O.2M a paramount need. Agt. International f
, the moat sanguine" says the Rusdlsche Harvesting Co.
; To entrust your banking business to us mcHrm that you will receive Within the last few years there hasbeen Corre pondenz. Throughoutthe : I'
a great hue and cry throughoutthe liLL :ICIT:: :os HEAVY: ::
every consideration consistent with good sound conservative banking. nation on that day men, women F3 .17T.Ilj'rQh.:: ::
land for waterway Improvement; and children offered for sale tiny ?

. A. B. DON EG AN, Provident W. A.. SMITH. Cashier conventions have been held and the white flowers. The proceeds of the Everything new and first class. We render prompt and .

f demand made that the federal government sales were handed over to the League : satisfactory service day or night. 4
Directors: A, E. Donejfsn, Pre!!? JI.I)' I'fann. let V. 1'.. contribute $600.000,000 to for the Prevention and Cure of Tuberculosis
"t' C. W. Dann, 2nd V. P., A. W. Winn, I,, H- Oohoon. F. W. hall that end at the rate of $50,000,000 a l ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT ./' =j
In
Money large quantities
;t C. D. Carroll. for ten The point the I
year year : Kissimmee Fla.
"' was collected, the smallest and poorest Phone 113
.w ** writer desires to make is that where hamlets contributing their share.It %

1;. It Is produce possible to for be ope carried ton of by freightor water, Russia l Is not is to reallythe be wondered land of st the, because dread .................... ....0.y...

:J: JOHN B. there would be thousands of tons malady. The trying climate and unspeakable -
STETSpN UNIV RSITY
.. moved by wagon over the public highways sanitary conditions make It ", at' A :-aQaala iB, astr aRa afh ana.r6a aShLivery 4:
LINCOLN .HULIBY, PH. D., Lit*. D., LL. D.. ressde.t and that if the amount of fi

THE.. BEST SCHOOL 1'000000 18 "O"B FOR YOUR, HLLDREN money demanded for waterway Im a fruitful of the ground disease for, and the statistics development : :ir ds Stables ti

'.hI'i v8eiut[ Them to Stet ou. Fall Term Beg sept, 26 provement were applied to highways.It show that In late years there has
hundreds of times more
' S ., ..Prof.ad tutnoton. Co...... Arta would be been a steady Increase In Its ravages.
: 1'1 1:1..lty: the benefits would '
Bulldl. .. and
Co. .. beneficial
I'.J The In which the
" : ,28 Ae .Cwntwe., manner people responded h'
,, t i' ,M4 StwUnU Lan Tsar. Collq.0011.. ._ ,going reach all of the people.. on the first "white flowerday" C ALL KINDS OF HEAVY HAULING '

')J' y; 11031 I.OOO.OOO.OO Vol.m..I.Kndownmit f The government Is using about XX.- shows that they appreciate the \ A SPECIALTY!
qtr!; Ubrarp N 'tt
jleeSDptp. miles of public roads for rural ._,
: Oran '" sob Y..le u 000 conditions. t

.' t. t0uuraw, 1.acr.ner.t= gdNw Be r b,.Asa LI mall delivery and these are poet New supply ofRunaboutRubbertire Agent for the .
_. :
'i alp .
.
ti. ti .c ; meaning of the Constitution.
. the
t '......;t. Doe titorl.a ter,........ .11<'1 yea.. C.rofOl0 ri.fKv.. roads within What Did She Meant Queen City Baggies and .r 1't t '
" k r, :'a;'I of s.1t _....,.......r C.1t.ttar. iectaN.s d bin ., Congress has express pow. "On bended knee I begged her fore .BuggiesiaJL N Carriages ..!>f.t w
a 1'or C+tatot _..._to... . r..r.tlor and maintain port Toads, .. i
I' ; 'orti atioa, .. to nai4; er to build ; ties. Pit. 1"e, .,' ... ),O.jf'; ,yi '. 1\1
I
:(I'\ t', ;JOHN B.-STETSON'JUNIVE{ : we 1 and If it can build and maintain "An4 what d4 she sayT << B. McADOOs ., .. ..i" ,

.. . ...... ...... lit them it certainly. could & lp. to dql "Told me torMCap-anA b* pnoUcmt -, ,, < \tp94'_ : , ,
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DIll 220 .11.1.. 1J..1. .. . I ,, 'i'. 1aoIoe ;,
: ..,.., .17,,It, :la. Blk! : 1811\\ ...', ...,:. ... ," Remleolp Land fc : : 'a." '',' &* eo..* * *' I;
lov Cognmtnoln . . . 11. 111 I.t 211 Bit 220+ f..I.H. .krw. 4ru : } ." : unknown. . . '

.Lotas..a.,, z.8 182 . ... . . . Land I .\11 nlll 221 . !.e'.u.Y4..4.. 8emID01..4. i.
.' .. < ID. Co , . . 2j.14 ? I." ". '.'O;:
Lot 10 DIll: .&02 J'. .'.' ... . . '. . ... Smith, LV. . . 4.46 Lnilx I 2, S 4.6; r 10. 1112, 18, lIS, -' BW.est I'aralD..q 1.414.
; Lola 1.2.1it t..IS,' 0..T. 0. 8. 11S..1 BIll: 168 Somlnolc Land 4 111. 20, .211. 2. 816,22[ : . . . . . . Y :A ? M..
.
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y1 3i : Inv Cu. ; .1D1D01.
LaaA j"
o . .lonl.'I. ; .. , . .. Mar IS E. . . 4.46 .
Lota IS .7.S
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16. 1t. 20 :" a . "
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{r "Lot. Cu. . . . 30.28 Lob a 4. T, 8. 15, 18, 20, 21. 28 : I;' '. -+ I. lAD.. i
t, fi '' 13 18 .. .. . .,,' :
: 19. 20, 21. 22, 01 I. Bill 224 . . . . . : . . . . . . ,
Bill: 1_ .1. .. . . . . ... . . . . _ _ Ram''o 1..0" & 4 ,1'I tYnknowa ..w4..1.

,i r .%' Lot- 4 B. 0 t : : : : : : : !Inv; Co; . . 2<< Ix:>U IT, 18, 10 BIll: 224 . . . . . . 1. .. 1)1.48,
22.. 1':1 ..
23. 24 BIll: 169 Btmlnolo Land ft :: .
+ i Inv Co . . . LoU.. 3. 4. 8, IB, 16, 19. 20, 23 24 Blk f ::, : " .8emJaol. .Laid ju
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01
,, '.> Lot.I.te, iV'.6.8: : 19. 10..21, 22, : Lot 11 Rlk. :225lx . . . . . . . . . UDklto.tat Ca..r.
:
: . . . . Seminole Land ft >t 12 Hlk 225: . . . . . . . . . ."mIDol. L4
Inv Co. . . . 21.23 Lot( IT mil 225: . . . . . . . . . '
All Wk: loa . . . . . . 1 la" ea.. ..'.4.
. . . . . ... Seminole Inv Co Land .ft 85.34 Mix 8, II. 12 13, 14 Blk 22T . . . ,I:; Doalk B A'l'. ;, ... ,

Lot B BIll: 189fxrta . . . . . . . . . . . Bpmlnoli (i..d # 1.4,1( II( Hlk 22T . . . . ., I. "DanII., brea..rt.. . . .. . ..
.
&. ,
I Inv Co. . . 1 87Caproo. All Blk 228 . . . . : . . : . . . : : . . : Uakiowa h"'
728..4 82814 100 . . . . . . . f Lota 1TO : : . . . . . . . . . 4 21)f \Vltkno_ A.r.4.
A
f Lot I...' 1.1: and 14 Blk 220 . . . . . . : ; ; .
19 Hlk. 170 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . .167 1 1Unknown :' Duol.p\\ I). 'i.'i

1 Lot Lot :7 20 Bik Blk. 172 1TO . . . . . . . . .11\7 1 1Bctnlnol'1 l.ol 11416 2211!) . . . . . . . . . . __ .
. . . . . . . . . .
Land ft l.i.l 2 Hlk 2211 . . . . . . . . . ;

Lot B Blk. 172 . . . . . . . . . . . Inv. .row : : : : : 1 1 2O 10Jon.a. 1.4,114 I 0, l0. 22 Hlk 2.10: . . . . . . .

Lot Lot 18 Blk. 172 . . . . . . . . . . . .. IddKl-xponn.. HO. 1 2OVtl.ld.'iMunon. lot 230 . . . . : : : : : : : : "' : : : : . . : : . . . . . m'

Lot 8 14 Blk Bit. 173 1T2 ... . . . . . { Mary 126 I.,:. 21IN 2111: ; . : : : : : : : : : : . . . .
. . . .
. . . . :
Let 1.0kn..o 1.211 1.1.1. H Hlk 2:in . . . . . . . . .
; e Blk. ITS : , : : :
. . . : : ? Unknown . . . 1 211 : : . .
lot 1\t Hlk 2'IO
'v4 Lota B, 6. 8. 10 BIt 1T4 . . . . . . . . Hrmlnoli, Land ft l.i.lH 11.1:1.: 14 Hi, II), 211: S3' Ulk' 231.: : : : : Unknown .. ,'
I . . 3. II;.l : %4 < %lt.
Lot 11 Blk 1T4 . . . . Uak.o..n, ;
. . 1 20Hi'inlnoli' . . . . . . . . .
Lot 1 Hlk 2i1: .
LoU 8 and : : . : :
23 : : : UltknO..j..I.
Blk .
176 . .
I Land ft l.ol II Hlk 211' . . . . . . . . . BelDllloJ.'Laa4. '
Inv Co , . 2IH': / .
I.OIH 17 and IN Hlk 211: .
S Lot 11 !JI" 1TO . . . . . . . . I." Ce.t
Unknown . I 2OUnknown 1.01.21| and 1 22 Hlk 2S1: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Lot 12 Blk. 1TB . . . . . . . . Barrlna C ': .
n . . . 1 126 .
. . . . .
Hlk 282: . .
I..In :
'ti Lot IT Blk. 1TH. , , 1 17. 111,21 unknown .i.Ir-
. . . . . . Unknown . . . 12f1 .
Lot 18 Blk. 1TO . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . 1 20 \ : IoIcLaU.bUI. III. 14.1;
l Lot 1 Hlk 2'I2::\ . . . . . . . . . . .
Lot 19 Blk. 176 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1 211 l.ot' II Hlk 212: . . . . . . . . . . ( : Tarbl, L . .4
x Lot 8, 4, 7 Blk. ITT . . . . . . . . . Komlnoli Land & I...' H Hlk 212: . . . . . . . . . . :: Btmlnol Laad .
Inv Co . . . :3 1.1: Lot 10 Hlk 212: . . . . . . . . . A
Lots tar
28 and 24 BIt ITT . . . . . VlngllnK. M. . 2. oilUnknown l.ol 12 Hlk 212: . . . . . . . . . : Co..f.vSemlnole J
Lot 17 Blk. : .
178 . . . . . . . . . : . . . 1.26 (
? .
I.N 2 n 18 Ulk 233I..I . . . .
| I. II.
Lot 18 Blk. 178 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . 1 2OftiMiifnolo :Laa4 A .
Lot 9 Bit 1T9 . . . . . . . . . . . I Land & I." Co, . i.4"!
.
; 4 Hlk 211: . . . . . . . . . II.know. .
Inv Co. . . . \.In l.ol 111 Hlk 231: : . . . . . . . . . .. .. ,.
i lot 8 Blk 170 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown; . . . 1\7: 1/otN 111! and 2(1( (ilk 214I : . . . . . VOkno.-! ... .. ..
Lot 4 Blk. 1T9 . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown 1 f 7Hlmlnolc : B.rtoll, "'
> LoU 18 and 14 Blk 180 . . . . . . . . Land A I ul II Hlk 2:14i : i :: ) Dtlyla, C B ... .r'
Inv Co . :1 oo : i II:,,i in nik 2:14Lot : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : " : : : : : .:
Lot emlnole
8 II II:1: . . . Unknown I o7Unknown . . . . . . . : : : : : : : r.aad A'In <
:
/ 21 Hlk 2:14.
tot 9 :::: ; :: :
. . . . . ::. ::::: : : : : : I 17Onnlap. Co..r J J
: 4 S 11 12 13
I l-ols 4 9
2. .1. 7. 10 ,
t Lot 15 Blk 180Lota . . . . . . . . . . . I I': It. . 1 1.17Honilnoli' 24 Hlk 21)1 . . . .. . . . . . . . : BeacntT Bemlnole. B .... !. J J

8, 11, 12 Bill 181 . . . . . . . . I : Land & I. Land A
Int, < n. . .0 'HI: Lot Ill. Hlk 2'1;> . . . . . . . . . Unknown T CQ..a.4 J .
: Lot S Blk 181 Rurm- H a (IIK I Lill, 1 I'I 4 Hlk 211I . . . . . . . . ; I fine '.J,
Semlnole
tot 16111k. 181 : : : : : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ati>H..I'd M : 2 .14 I Lot 20 Hlk 2:11: > . . . . . . . . . : : IDY Ca A,;j

Lot 18 Blk. 181 . . . . . . . . . . \\.M.d. I\ II 1 \HO I.I K ink 2:111.: . . . . . . . . 8emlao1e . . . ...
lota 18, 10. 2O. 23, 24 HIt 182 . . . : 8rnnnnlr' I.and A : InrSemlnole IAa4 .
Inc Ile: 7 ftllIllalr .I.I 2:1::I Hlk 2:11I.:: . . . . . . . . I Co. . .... ,. ;

Lot 21 Blk. 182 t. . . . . . . . . . 1 I.: M I 1 '..10Srailnol. I 1.1"; Hlk 217: . . . . . . . . . . \ .
j LoU 8, 15. 10, 24 Blk Hit . . . . . I Land & Land A. .
Inv 1'11 10 :'II, I 1..1. \I i Hlk 2:17: . . . . . . . . . : \ Unknown Inv Co. . . , .
Lot 5 Bill 184 . . . . . . . . . Ka .I M 2 HISi'Miiuol. I I.ol, 14 Itlk 2X7I ; . . . . . . . . . : \ Unknown . .ri , j
LoU T. 8 11. 12. 1., 10. 10. 20. 21. 22 I I..I 20 lilt 2:11.: . . . . . . : \ IoIlIbura . . .,.. .
23. 24 bUt I 185 . : . . . . . : . . . : .. Land A I I.'h' I I. 2. H. 1 W, n.21. 22 BIll 238 Newman, 1 W.Vr',1'. *
Int 1'o. :.111\ IH \ ''
tot B Blk 18-S . . nknourii: . . :II I ; 1.01., 1. 2. H.( 7. 11.: 14 Hlk 2-l: . . . .., I !I Unknown . . . .
Lot R Blk 1X1 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ; I nknou:::: n: ::4 l t! : {

Lot 10 Blk. 1145./ . . . . . . . KpUIUlK.:: t' & V\ 4 112 I 1..ols( |I. 2 1.1.: II ,. 21. 22 Hlk 241 . . Seminole Iny LanoV A: 7Unknown .
t LoU .1. "8.' IO, 11 12. 13, 14. 11, 10 . \' cu. .
111'6" "I'l. .
24 : . . . . . . . : . . : SMiilni.l.. Land A. I J...Is I 2. H. II, III. I 11 I. 12. 20. 21. 22 ;\ ; ; Unknown ... !>.
Ins t'1) 40"\ } . . . . . . . I ., 1 I 1.d
tot. 1. 2. 4, r. 8. II 12, 20. 21 1. 22 Bill 4 Seminole ljr

187 . . . . . . . . . . mini.I." I .nnd I AInv I 1..1 21 4 Hlk 242I . . . . l 4 ;;: Unknown Inv Co. . . ., ,
: . . "
I i 'u II "" I I.ol-. C. 7. I II I 12 1 15. III. HI, 20, 2,1.: 1 1 Hrmlnole .
LoU O. 0, IO, L:, Hlk 1HK . ", ,"1111"U 1..11. 1 1\ Itlk 211. . . . Inv Land A
1 Co. . .
HiI I.,. II,, i" . : ?
lot 18 nik 188 . . . . I .41),4411 4 H. I I.ol 14 T.lk 2/t: . . . .I I ) Oatea, K . . ,
Ixit 14, Hlk 1 *>8 . I uknou 4 I'. I 1...,.I17 nn.l I is Ulk 211 I I II : : : : : : : : : : .I : Unknown . . . .
!
lot IO Hlk IHH I nkTiou I in I Lot ': I I in II 12 I'I ;. 10. i9! 20.
Lot 17 Blk 1X8 . . "s.'"> iIl..I..| I LH'HI 1\ 2.. .1. lik; 211Ml . . . . . Hemlnole toy Land ft .
ln\ < o .1" I4 I Co. . . . ,.jlLlnrytn '
.
tot 18 Alt 188 . . . . . . . . . . I t'IIkll""II I 4'' Hlk I 211, . . . . J ( :! .I B .h'
loOt II) Bill IHH . . . . . . Unknown 4 411 l I !
Lot 21 Bill IIIR. . . . . Ijiilllnil, ( i I ISi I' 4 III I I.ol- :: 1. N' 11 1".. 16. ll 20. :I I :! Hemlnolp Land .A.,
: \
Lola 4. 5. 6. I 11 12, 15. 10. 1 !>. 20. 21. 22. 22:. 1:4.:! 24 Hlk '-' 4\2., . . . 1 Inv C..4.3
23 24 Blk. 181)lot . . . . . . iiiliiol.' I..nndln 1 A : Bontwell. Ja P.\
: 1 :: : ,
l :
< I 1'" r.I":\ I Lot.. I nnil 2 UlkMil . . . Hemlnolf ";
IT and 18 Itlk I Mil . . . . . I Ilklli.MIIHcnilnol. 6.40: l.olIt' II' .12. 1'3 1 ::. 14 IIS>, 17, IS, 1'!), ) Inv Co..e UW.H ,
Lot. 3 4, T, 8, H, IS 14 in. 2O Blk 10O . .: I Lund AInv Ulk. \ . . . . . . . . I ( Semino.olM .. ArO.y::!
I i1). :'ill 79\' Land v

Lot 15 Rill 1 (") . . . . IixnrnlI ::1 I 01 I I..t 2 'Hlk 247 . : Inv Co. . .. .*'
Lot 1,21. 22 Hlk 191 . . . . . . . . Homlnoli I : Land A I I.ul 'C Hlk 217I : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Unknown !-

Inv ('n i . . . 7 1)1)S I I.'K 7 and Ulk 247I . . . . . . . : : ,) Cburehiii. q" Bit
loOt 2 Blk 101 . . . . . . 1'nknow 2 I I.nl. I. 11 '", II. 7. 12.1:1.14./ : Unknown . . :
II ,44
lot 3 Blk. 11)1 . . . . . 1. r\ad.. MItnlllnuur 4' 2 *': lit' 21 :22 21: 24 Bill : Unknown . .
_._ __. IT. IS, 20, I ( : \ ; v
K J .all. 1OI_ .. . . II n 77 Unknown. . .J-
; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : i\i;: ;; ,, 14'i'I \ .
ii-:; 12 nik inifxita : M'KIM. 2 I Lot. s 23 and 24 nik 101 . . . . . . . l'nkll"" II r, 2"{ I 1.)., 12. ::1.! '.. I.. !11. 10. I'l. 14. IT I8. Land A LoU 5 and 0 Ilk 102 . . . . . . . . Nemlnolr 1..11 1 A 22 Hlk 21" . . . . . . . . : Inv'Co" (.
In.'n I 5 ro : .iaaderO 'p

Lot 4 Blk I 102. . . . . . . . r..od. I. U 2 ".-, I 1X,1.,11! 1 and 12 Itlk 240I . . . . . . : : r i.lL.; .
lot SI nik 11)2 . . . . . . . . . . . I.on. EM" III,, Ir.l.I < 2 lo IS In.' and Loin 21 and 22 Unkn0lra.' ...,V,7oHemlaol A ;:

Lot.2tHd.lIlll:2If..ii.: .24 M.\: J iLot. ;. 2MI . . . . . . . : Fur111e'J +F
: M:2i.ii.: : 2.1. > :\ 'Land" 1;:

d Blk. 103: . . . . . . . . . R.'IIIIII..I.' I.nn .1
I I.ol, I Hlk :130. . . . . . . . . . : lay C.. . . I
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; ; Inc 4'13 2) 61 I Lot t ,I'l IIlkO: . . . . . . . . I : I'alroo_ ... ...
Lot. IT, 18, II). 20 Iirk 194. . . . S.ndnolr I I I.olld Ad 1 I.ot, 20 Hlk 2">OI . . . . . . . : ( : : r I ... 4e. \ I
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If.I'0 I I.olH, 12 :5:\I. 4. ri. O, 8, O, 10, 11, IT. ; Cr:
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iota 13 and 14 Itlk 1114 . . . . . . . Unk4nx II. ::1 "I I'l 20 Hlk 251 . . . . . . . . : Unknowa .
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Lot. 4 and 12 Blk 11)1 . . . . . . . . Stminolr I.Bnd & : Unknowa 614..1 ;

IIIV 4.. ::1 :':1 Loll, 11: Hlk 2r.1 . . . . . . . . . : '" : Uakswa. V.:
Lot 16 BIll 105: . . . . . . . . . . Barr I' I I' I 71 I ol, 14 Illk 2rI. . . . . . . . . . . : IInkaawa......4........iI.HM.,r :.

Lot 16 RIll 1145.: . . . . . . . . . . . unknown I 7:1:& l.ol, 1 I5 Hlk 211: . . . . . . . . : ,, : : Unknown ... ... ,9 :
Lot 17 Hlk ll'.l . '. . . . . . . . . . . 1)nk..o..II . . I.i.l lot III Illk 2fi1I . . . : : Uo..no.. .. ,. .. p.. :.
'tot 24 Bit 105 . . . . . . . . . Morrlnon. 11M. 1.1:1: .ola I. Z, 5., 11. 12 13, 14 816.252 . SemloOI.Lt.act .'
All Blk: 106 . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...nlnol<' land A -
rt J In. Co. . . . 23.111 i ol.ta 4. I'i. 0 Itlk 253 . . . . . . . : B.Irf.: ; Lt.'V' 413; )I
Lot 8 Blk 19T . . . . . . . . . . . Semloolr 1 I.and AIn : I : Semlaol"1AD4.Ac.
{'o. . . . 1.72 Lot 18 Blk 2MIxiU . . . . . . . . . . 10"CC"'f i I
Lob and 4 Blk 107 . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 2..7. 12, 13. 14, 1I> Blk. 254 . . . . .. 3. ..
;\ jLoU 1 and 3 Blk. 108 . . . . . . . . Semlnole. .end. .. . .
<, Inv Co. . . . -2.441 8 mlnol. g
'. .' Lot 7 lUk 254. .
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"r"I 4 "1\." Lot 0 Blk 108 . . ... . . . . . . . :. . Unknown . . . 1.2t1 Lot 8 Blk 254 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 1 : 2 ,. "nv" COv, ,.
'r 4; ; Lot 20 .: Log.n. R 0 . . 1.IoO! Aits 8. 11.: 14. 16 D1a 1; 255 . . . . . '. BemlaoJ. Lan.. .
I Lot. 0. 7? 8%. ii: ioa: wi0.22 , Cc! ., .-.4 .

Blk. 100 . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . Roulno''" lend AIn. Lot 17 Hlk 3MS: . . . . . . . . . . Semlnole .Land" ')
V ( '0. . . "Ofl IAIIH 20( and 2H Bill 250 . . . . . . . loy ea. ." ,"'"' ,:
Lot 11416 ion . . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . I 211 : U."no.... j H :
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lot 2 Blk I lID . . . . . . . . . . . 'nknown . . 1244\ l.ol, 6 Hlk 2-.ll. . . . . . . . I I : '.h" :
Lot 21 Blk lll . . . . . . . . . . Wood..n.. 4. 5211. I. nLota Lot \i Illk 2'.n . . . . . . : { I I Seminole Land .
+ 3. ; 5 and 14 Ulk 2OO . . . . . . . . 101001111..1. laud AIn. Lot, l'i Itlk 2'.0 . . . . . . . . : 10" . . ... I :
\' ( '0..4)4: Lot I 21 Hlk :I"I>!II . . . . . . . . . . "IIm Mgi. :
LotaTand"Rlk20n . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . 2.1 l.ol 24 Illk 2r.fJ . . . . . . . . . : : Bnckmaabr14. a' -l:
l\ tot 16 Blk 2IMI Unknown I 26 I Lot. I I. 2. It. 142.T IS10. 20, 21. 23 : :. _. ,
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WM LoU 5, 6, 6. 10, 22 nik :201 t : : : : : : : : : : : : Nem1nolr: i.ood AIny . . . . . . . . . . .mlnof La416 "
C". 4.71\ i 1
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'. : Lot 1 Blk 201 . . . . . . . . . . . . unknown . . 1.21\ I..I K Illk 27I . . . . . . . . . i : U.t... : :
;: loOt 2 Hlk 201 . . . . . . . . . I'lIkllow" . . . 1/11: ..., I". Hlk 217I . . . . . . . . . I : Va..oo.. .ya. ;
; Lot .1 Itlk 201 . . . . . . . . . . . ('.lIon". B I' . 12)1) I I.01 HI Itlk 2".7loli . . . . . . . . ? ; I ( : : & f..a6. 4'
I Lot 17 Hlk :201Lota . . l.nkn..n I 20 I. 2. 'l. lo. II IT, 1'!). 21. 21: Hlk 1' I : CO..VJ. ( ,:
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}1, .t'lt 0, 8, lo, 12. 14: 21 2i. 24 Blk Semlnole fwd.M.. .
j., 202 . . . . . . . . . . . . sendnnle. Lnnd AIn Lilt. IS Hlk 2-." . . . . . . .{S I .) : In. Co.; . ,. v,,1
\ ( 0 i 41\\ loOts I. '. 4. 'I. \ Ulk 2OI I Seminole Land ;
J4 Lot. 1. 2. 5, OBlk 10. 14 I fl. 19. 21. 23 I Inv Co.t'v :
.08 . . . . . .11.. . . . . H.'ml..I Lnlld A I I.ol. 7 Illk 211 . . . . . . . I :: Unknown .t..1 ;
Illy I'1). . 58ti. I ...I. rik 2-.r! . . . . . . . . : Seminole Laad .AInT ,-
;. 0> Lot 8 Blk 20'1. . . . . . . Unknown . \12m /{ I I.ol, 17 (ilk 2ViI . . . . 1 f C*. ,,. ,,. ...
'. Lota 1. :I. 4. r,. 6. 1 8. 102O 11. 14 10 18 IB! I 16,1, -, It 1. !8. 111. 1 l1 11.: 14, 1.9), 21. : Unknown '.t" !, \:
4, Y 22. :24 Hlk 2O4 . . . . . . . . . 1oI..mlll..lr. Lo"d A Itlk 2i.oI ; l . . . . . . . I i n,j.t.
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Iny ( '1). II 17 Semlnole' *, Ii I
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F i; !'I Lot IB/ Hlk 204r . . . . . . . . . ( '.known :.141 I L ot I'I Illk 2110 . . . . . . . . . . i '" Co..41. ,, I
'4. d ...... tot 17 Hlk 2\M . . . . . . . I'nknown . 1 215\ I l.ol 17 Illk zoo . . . . . . . . ; Unknown *. '
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LoU 1, 0, 8, 1:1.14.21.22.24: Bile ::1'JOS,: NrntlnI.end .It I IeR, 4. II. 11.: 14, 23, 24 Blk 201 . . I : Unknown tJnvi'.
", ...: III v ( ''' . T. 10 Unknown ;
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<; Lc>t .17 ilk 201LoU'fofTl. : . . . . . . . . . I.nkno..n . I lll I.", I Illk 2H1Ixit . . . . . . . . . . I ( 6.mtaole.flt.4 '
r l1l1r 20:; . . . I'MIK. .1 I II I . I 211 l 2 Illk :1111 . . . . . . . . Iny C.4dttr4410.I I
4 '- 21. 22 Itlk 20OLoU . . . . . SPlllln..I. <' I.Bnd & Lot 17 Illk 201( . . . . . . . . . . : UotDO ..t.;. J
I", C'... . . . I5 Lot IS Ulk 2111 . . . . . . . . I A.ti trJ
n and 0 Hlk 2OOIx . . . . . . . Merry.'i C' 2.\111 l.ol, 1O till 201 . . . . . . . . . . 1 U.koo... u.F ''J
I >U 2, 5. O. H, n. 10, 11 12. 13, 14, 15.: Lot. 22 tilt 201I . . . . . . . I : Atti .,.; ;
17,Ii J8, :20 21 22 nik 2O7 . . . . . . lnlliol.. I.ond AIn I 1.4,414 1. 2. 4, II.t 8, lp 18, 10 nik 202 MIK.I".3.1... :
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Lot 7 nik 20T . . . . . . . 14.1'.. t I 21\\ l.ol, 7 Illk 2(12Ixit . . . . . . . . . . Dp .C. W. '.I .
p All l-irrpt Lot 7 Hlk 2o* . . 1oI'mln..I.' I.nlld Arl 20 Illk 2112 . . . . . . . . . . I .... t
Inv C.... . . 111.00 I I.ol, 21 Illk 2112 . . . . . . . . . . : ImlDol.A.d. It r
loOt 10 Hlk 20'l! . . . . . . t'nknOw11 . I 20 I.ot 2'1: Hlk 202 . . . . . . . . . . ,
1 .. loOt 10 Hlk 2o'l . . . . Ha."y. It' F' 1 241i Lot 21 1 Illk 2112. . . . . . . . !, : . ChU1I.t
,i Lot 24 Hlk 210 . . . . . . . 1oI.'nllnol. ,' lend A Lot1 1 I 4. II. II. I 11 11.: 14, 1", 17, : I : ', .- :. '"',
Inv ( ... 172 Ulk 211'1. . . . . . . . . . : Semlnole Land It. .
Lot ft Blk 210 . . . . . . . . . I'nknuwn. . : : : : 142 14rhTt1,1
.' Lot 21 Hlk 210 . . . . . . . . . . Itnrnd. .I..hll . I 42 tot 10 Ilk 201 . . . . . . . .v, :" 11st0ewp. 41'41 .:
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I..., 22 Itlk 210 . . . . . . . . . I'nkll..n . . I 12 Lola I., 2, 8. fl, 17, Iff, 21 Blk 2O4I . . : V.kno 413 e."241'., J
1 lot 14 Hlk 211 . . . . . . . . Nrmlnnle, Lond & : ROI..n.II: .). .I ]
Inv 4 '''. . I 72 .otn' :t and .1 Hlk 204 . . . . . . . .
1 4:, 131(16211. . . . . . . . . . JII""M. I' 4) I 42 Lot k 204ol ; i : I I [ .t.J'
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I LoU. IT. 18. III. 20 Hlk 211 . . . . . . Unknox. n . . 11.42 .I t't'In 201 : : : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : }; : : : : : :\ : : ImkGlf'.1i, ':

.' LoU 6. 7. 5. 11 ?2. 21 nik. 212 . . . . N''1l1ln..I. tend AIn Ix.l I 2. ri.It.. T. 8. n. 10.- 14, 15: IT, ;.1
., (.0. . . . M 44 21. 32 Illk 2O5 . . . . . . . . . }...3.r: ;'J
.. lot 1 Blk 212 " . .. . . . . . . . I'nl 1..012 Illk 212 . . . . . .7 T . . . . f'okn.\\ . . 1.7:; Lot 10 ilk 2O5/ . . . . . . . . : i :\ .IwgO I.:
s loOt 14 Hlk 212 . . . . . . . . . . Ilnkll%wn . . 17'1 IxiUi.' 0. H, 11 12, 13: 14, 15.: 10, IT, r In" ('O,4 I., "
''i1 loOt 15: Hlk 212 . . . . . . . . . . I'nllno\\ . 1.7.\\ 20. 21: Illk ZOO . . . . . . . . . : ; ,J.I..W.i.\
: loOt 16 Klk 212 . . . . . . . . I'nkno..n . . I.T\:\ : ..
lot 18 nik 212 . . . . . . . . Forktenrn. F 173 I Ln'' 1 1 and 4 BIll 200 . . . . . . . '7814 Ca. . .1J, 1
rl LOU 1.2. 11.6. IX 14, IT. 18 nil 213. . R.lnolo Land AIny Lot 22 Itlk 2IIO . . . . . . . . . . I Aemlaols '
f\ ("0. . . 11 HI'f' Lot 21 Hlk 208 . . . . . . . . . Jut .wC.# a'I', .

!; '' 1\f'\ Lot 4 Blk 21.1 . . . . . . . . . . . Unknown . . . 1 7'1) Iota t 1. 2. 1. 4 Hlk 207 . . . . . . . : Unknown. . ,
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Lot 5 Blk 211 8ellaoht.La"
\44 .Y Ixit.21: Alt. 213 : : : : . . : : : : : : : Ilnknnwn' : : : : : g'J Ixilx 1. 14. 15.: 10 Blk. 208 . . . .y. ; f

'" t" .nd 2., mil !!U .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . R..nilnolr Land A I Unknown w1
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M --' I.Y ('0. . . . 4 I :; 1..1 12 Hlk 208x.U . . . . . . . . . : : : 'Vnkaowa44; YI

. . Unknown: 2.n.1. 1. 2. 9. 10, 18, 22 Blk 20xit II . . . Unknowa 4 .S.vu
I LoVf.S.V'k; i i.'i4. .1;. it'Dlk, 215 :V: Nemlnnle Land; ; : d 4 EUOat..gIF'i ;;,

Inv Co. . . . 1740 o nik 2611. . . . . . . . . . r 6F1 .
7 : LaU> 2. 3. 4. O. 7. a. 11 12.115.16.17, Lot 8 Itlk 200 . . . . . . . . . . . ) rlemlel.'Galldk'R,
} 4r J8 10, 20 Blk. 210 . . . . . . . . Srmlnnlr Land I Lot IT lilt 201) . . . . . . . . . . 4 Dlho4r :4
ID y ('0. . . . :17 Ofl lot 1ft Hlk 2011 . . . . . . . . . . ) .
... 1',"r..pt 1ft Blkt1: 4 . . . . . . . . . . . Ryan T . . . . 2. RILot. > Lill 21 nik :20ftxitu . . . . . . . . . . r l
t 1,' 8" U, 18. 18. 19. 21. n. 24 81.. 23 and B4 nik 200ta . . . . . . ,8.1./no l ,
t 217 ,;N; ,'. : .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.ln..l Laud A >> 1. 2. O. T. 8. ft, IO, 11. IS. 14. 41 1. .
. rny ('0. . . . 2267 10. JR, 10, 21 22. 23 Blk. 270 . .
,446 a Lit 28 BIII,21T -. . . .ro. . . . . . I Moyer A . 2.RI: ., "t 1,3'1&k
,4 Lote 18 I9 Z... U. 22. 23.2. 'I..t 4 Blk 210 . . . . . . . . . . . :
44 I < .. $Ik? 211-.h ./! . . . . . . .. . I'Joml.ol' ,xif B Blk 270 . .
; .",.. '1. ::t. : ; '. lay Co. . .11.00x All nzcopt Lota "5, 8.15 BIk. 27i i : : : : : : : : { '? ,
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41.61 I."J; : '; ley Ca. . 111.711 Lot 8 Dill 271 . . . . . . . . . . . etgl; 'v

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