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: July 21, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00760
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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L SECTION KISSIMMEE. V [AZETTE. 1 TO SAid



'11 0 S c it 0'LA ;JOURNAL_ Con.elid.ted ,January 11. 1915.f -


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; EVANS FAVORS I I.NEW' Bill Reported, CONTRACT LET ALABAMA WOMA IN1. BOARD DELAYS


With $35QOO
i FA VO& OF KISSIMMEE


. COURSES For PostofficeWashington ,FOR CHANGES .1 AS FLORIDA CAPITAL FIXING OF"MILLAGE


July 18.-The omnibus I

IN SCHOOL public building bill report.d: by IN PLANT '

Congressman Frank Clark of Florida, Alabama bas pot its stamp of approval en the plan to dispose of .

> contains the following Florida appropriations I tile six westernmost counties of Florida by trading them te Alabama and '

e making Florida merely Ike peninsular OItio.'01 the present state with "Aw

a :Principal Advocates Manual Train Kissimmee: for building, 35000. Citrus Growers! Association To Kiuimmee as its capital city. Will of Road, .

Lake City, for building, $35,000. f Tie Montgomery Advertiser, one of the Influential papers of that Validation

ing and Domestic Science Arcadia, for site, $5,000. I Improve Packing House state, has taken'up the idea and quotes the recent article in the Valley Bonds Litigation

West Palm Beach, for site, 10600. Gazette. ,
Classes For Pupils Monticello, for site, $5,000. Recently Purchased In regard te die plan Mrs. Grace Warner Link, who has visited Before ting

Perry, for sJte, $5,000. Kiuimmee and who lives in Mqntgonfery; writes the Valley Gazette as d
follows:

'WANTS COMMERCIAL WORK TOO Physical Tests WILL BE( MODERNLY (EQUIPPED Montgomery Ala., July 13, 1916. fINE LEGAL POINT INVOLVED

u Kissimmee Valley Gazette, KSssimmee, Fla.- "
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Gentlemen: I enclose stamps for ZS cents for which please send .
Prove Too Much Can MfflaieIndebctcdneM Be-Set-to....TakeCai. of
BeKeves That Beginning Should Be W. L. Dusenbvry Placed in Charge of me year paper.I x
that Docs Not Yet *
Made This Year by Taking, Up Work by Directors of Organiia-I notice an editorial in this lIIonia,', Montgomery Advertiser under
For 29 Rookies That Comnatsioner
Domestic Science and Domestic lion at Meeting and Plans of the heading, "The Annexation of West Florida: ," in which your paper Exist It Question -
Face If ,
Art and Add Others Architect. MacDonough is quoted. Alabama certainly needs another seaport and I hope yon will They ,
Act Now. .
Later. Twenty-nine members of CompanyB Accepted. push the matter vigorously .with the hope of changing die capital to ,

. Second Infantry, National Guard Kissimmee. Do not let tile matter drop.. The people here are not quick' -
Editor Valley GazetteHavingi : of Florida, which is the Kissimmee When the 1916-1917 citrus fruit to take up anything new and have to be stirred up. I can see that since Because of a legal point which they a ,

|i| felt for several years that there is urgent company' were discharged from ser shipping season is opened this fall the my arrival here from the North about two months ago. I could not decido the members of the Y ''r

need. in the Kissimmee schools vice on Saturday at the Black Point I Kissimmee Citrus Growers' Association I returned not long ago from a trip to Kissimmee. It is probable I Osceola county board of commlssion-

camp near Jacksonville. Most of the ', affiliated with the Florida Citrus will locate there if there is a possibility of Kissimmee becoming a thriving ers were unrblo to fix the rnillaga for -S.
than is
for more practical work now number returned to their homes in
city with opportunities for good business openings.Do .
1916 taxes at their meeting this week.
will the fruit of its
being done-work that will better! fit Kssimmee and .vicinity on Sunday, Exchange, pack I understand there has been some agitation in regard to Orlando I As a result they delayed action until 1

the boys and girls going out from the while some went to various other members in its own packing house, desiring the capital the regular Augu vn&ion.. This r '
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the points for a visit with friends or rol- which will be modernly equipped and I Lope will keep the matter before the public so they won't I ry
in -
school to meet a practical way you .. delcy was taken in order: to await the
atives.
planned. '
problems that confront them-I am forgtt. i result of litigation now pending In the
thi. Most of the men discharged were Recently the association purchasedthe Alabama surely needs another sea port.
taking the liberty of writing {validation of the (250,000 bonds voted y
relieved from duty because of some packing house used last season"
communication, and I hope you maybe Yours truly, v I by Special Road end Bridge District iI
defect discovered in the from the Waters & Carson Grocery
ohysical rig-
(Mrs..) GRACE WAGNER LINK.
able to give it space in your valu- No. 2. Thorn is also some'! question In
id examinations made by the United Company together with a plat of Jand I z".
the
able paper.In regard to the ultimate sale of
States Army off dils. adjoining. At the meeting of the directors i-
addition to the very necessary $150.000 bonds voted by Special Road '
The discharged follows last Saturday the contract for Farmer Given Boost
men were as Big $1
work now being done in the Kissimmee and Bridge District No.1. This lathe
: Richard H. Ludlam, Lloyd C. the work of enlarging and remodeling
schools I would like to see established Third Commissioner's diatrct, including ,
Hettinger, George C. Crawford, William the packing house was let to W. SI
a good commercial department:, As Expert Road Builder St. Cloud and Narcoossee sec- **
Arnold, Harvey C. Avant, Du- L. Dusenbury, who will start opera- I c
a good district law
a teacher-training department tions. The special provides
G. Bass John E. Nat B. tions at The will be
pont Bryan: once. plant enlarged -
school garden, a manual training department I that the roads specified In the
Carson, Edward A. Coloman, MarcusL. and remodelled according to "
for the boys, and a domestic election call must be built for the '
Cox, William D. Douglass, Eddie plans drawn by Architect Alan Mac- I' Captain L. R. Farmer, superintendent /ith the profits, must become a 1 "
>>science and domestic art department I amount of bonds voted. The district
It Duke, Edward ballaghcr, William. G. Donough. It will be laid out according of road construction in Oseeola harge against the district.I .
and sewing) for the solve
(cooking is now engaged in attempt to
Hankins Norman Ilendry, John to the scheme used in most of the county, has long been recognized by believe Osceola county has: in its 1 1f'
s girls. All of these are important, but I the problem of building the roads for
be to make start Krautter, James M.TCritt., Embrey Exchange packing houses and will be the Board of County Commissionersand road superintendent (Mr. Fanner), received
It may not possible a that amount. The bids recently
LaMartin, Henry M. McClnm, Stan- equipped with modern machinery in the public generally as a road as competent a man, with as good ex- I
in each this year. I believe, therefore, were from $75,000 to $100-
I ley Parsons, Albert E. Schwelkart, order to handle the fruit in the best builder par excellence, but when such "cutive ability as any contractor can
that the most necessary thing to do 000 above the amount of the bonds.
James H. Smith Nicholas Smith The capacity will W. of the not him? If he
Guy possible manner. men as George Hopkins, sec re. Why use
the time is to make beginning been sold the
at present a The bonds have not aj'
Stroupe: Joe N. Taylor, Clement be increased to about three cars a Hopkins Lumber Company, speaks, 'I i does not understand the details of
in domestic science and domestic commissioners desiring toS await a settlement -
Weedow, John C. Wijder, Samuel l J. day in order to care for the fruit Ins remarks are worthy of publica- {asphalting procure a competent en- i '
. art, and to add the other departments I of the question before acting.
Reed and Wallace King. pledged for this season, the member- s Igineer who does know how. You
as quickly as arrangements tion.Mr. / The question that the commission
The two last named were the colored ship of the organization .avlng increased Hopkins, who is an extensiveland must have an engineer to watch the rt
be made for their introduction
can ers faced was whether or not they
cooks of the company and were rapidly u the result of the owner in the eastern section of contractor, why not employ such a
,' into the schools. could provide a millag. to take care-
mustered out because of the ruling success which attended tho efforts of the coQnty,,wrote the Board of Coun- man', W. E. Stowc, R. F. D. No. 4,
2 Statiitlcs show that seventy-fiv I of an indebtedness that did not exist "
that no colored men will be allowedin the organization last year, the first ty Commissioners as follows: Charlotte, N. C., having experience in
< per cent of all girls marry and be- It was pointed out that If they pro- ;
white companies. of its existence. To the Board of Commissioners of every phase .of road work, and road sinking
come home makers, yet an alarmingly v'idod a millag-s to care' for: the -
The boys who came home seemed The floor space under the new plans Osceola County, Fla.: building, or any other man who
small per cent of these have the least fund and interest on these bonds I
glad to be relieved of tho duties of will be) doubled and the systematic Gentlemen: In the interest of taxpayers knows how to direct. Give him our .
knowledge' about economical, hygiene and either or. both: issues were not
\ soldiers, but every one was'pleased to arrangement of the machinery will and desire to ,secure, good Mr. Farmer and his crew of men and #
administration. In
t (practical home sold for any reason whatever, a fund
mist oase.' the. Income,of the family have hod the experience. They report greatly facilitate the handling of the roads at a minimum cost, I submit to proceed with the work at,coat. I feel would exist for'a special Jlurpo.o and
that-the is rated the fruit.I consideration the will not have to call for Issue
wxsll
by following plan
*" company your sure you
'TIIr. nol large, and| the. wife is the one the disposal of it would constitute a
officers of the regiment and has fast for asphalting the Kissimmee-Mel- of more bonds to.finish the road,
olio does the how much the"aolutioo'
buying; so legal problem of which
trained rounded into shape, although it was CAMP JUNALUSKA NOT bourne Highway, in the First districtof because you will have the following
t totter it would be if she were they could not determine.
; composed almost entirely of Osceola to under tho 1.
inexperienced plan:
county as preferable. advantages
H food and clothing values, and could It was decided to put the questionto
men when the call for the work. 1. The to direct the work
duty engineer
contracting
,
S so administer home finances as toe IN N. G. FLOOD ZONE Massey & Warlow, of Orlando, who : e
make expenses fall within'the income, was answered. If the work is contracted, no bid- will cost no more than t watch a have been engaged as attorneys in 1
der will the work at at and there will be
undertake a contractor infinitely
and at the same time have the fam- the bond validation, and await their !
ily better fed and better clothed. Orders Hearse, Parents and friends of Kissimmee price that does not promise a profit !less friction and waste of time. decision before fixing the mlllage. k'LUNAR

above all coats.Contractors . < < 2. Mr. Farmer, with his executive!
Then, too, with proper manag'ementalmost girls who are spending the summer
all families with average Incomes Rides 5 Miles at Camp Junaluska in the Blue Ridge, will labor under the ability and crew of convict labor, will f ECLIPSE ENI ,
y
ought to be laying aside something r mountains of North Carolina, were following disadvantages: be far superior to any eNW! a eon-

from time to time for the possible And Kills Self' much relieved Wednesday when they 1. They must 'to from home, exam- tractor can supply and the labor end

contingencies of the future received the report that this sectionof ine the work called for and do considerable will not exceed one-third the cost. BY MANY FRIDAY EVE

Some girls who marry are able to West Palm Beach, July 18.-Aftor North Carolina was not in the flood investigating before they can 3. The advatages Are so manifestly ;

employ servants to do their actual calling up a local undertaker on the zone. offer an intelligent bid. in favor of this plan, I feel sure -

household work, but every wife oughtto telephone, ordering a hearse to meet (! Stories of flood disasters in North 2. If the bid is awarded, the eon" your good judgment and your desireto Many Kissimmee folks viewed the
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be able to plan the work in here him, and driving to a point which he Carolina which appeared in the daily tractor must move machinery, tools, advance the development of the eclipse of the moon last Friday night.

own home, and to properly direct her had evidently picked out, R. W.j press had somewhat alarmed the men and appliances at considerable I county by securing good, honest roadsat The weather conditions were especially ( '

servants. Economy is as necessary Hutchinson, former chief gardenerfor friends and relatives of those in the expense to put them on equal foot- minimum cost, will lead 'you to favorable. The moon entered the a

here as in the humbler home, for expenses the Pennsylvania railway system, I camp, but word was received Wednesday ing to men on the ground. adopt this plan as quicker, cheaper shadow at 9:18: p. m. and entirely

are on a larger scale. committed suicide here this afternoonby that all were safe. 3. If contracted, it will be necessary and more satisfactory than contract emerged at 1:12: a. m. At the moment

The work of the Domestic Science- shooting himself. I Camp Junaluska is situated a short to supply an engineer} to see that ing. Yours truly, of contact with the earth's shadow -

Domestic Art; department in the Hutchinson: who it is alleged was distance from Clyde, between that work is properly done, all of which, GEO. W. HOPKINS. and for some minutes thereafter,

schools! of the country falls under once an inmate of an insane asyluni, I town and WaynesviHe, N. C., both of there was no d'itrerence'ln the appearance -

three distinct heads, viz: The Studyof telephoned to Mr. Marlatt, of the I I which are on the branch line of the of the moon, except that it grad-

Foods the Study of Clothing, and East Coast Undertaking Company, Southern railway, running from CLUBHOUSE GROUNDSIN STANFORD TELLS OF ually lost part of its brightness white i

Household Management. telling him that he knew where there Asheville to Murphy. retaining its circular shape.

Under.the stydy! of foods comes was a dead body and to meet him I Those from: Kissimmee who are FINE CONDITIONVisitors STRAWBERRY SUCCESSWhile The shadow of the earth however. ,

first the chemistry of foods. Here Marlatt met Hutchinson by appointand spending the summer in Camp Juna- gradually encroached on the bright a

the chemical constituents of foods is accompany him on his mission i luska are: Misses Margaret and Mat- disc as the minutes slipped by, until .

1 studied, and those foods containing ment and they drove to an old wreck ;,tie Stanford, Mamie Pilley, Margaret to the clubhouse of the visiting Orlando recently H. at 11:46: p. m., nearly SO per cent of I

'' the highest amount of nutrition in about five miles down the beach. Lee, Virginia and Mary ,Tiller. Kissimmee Golf Club in the last few .C Stanford, president of the Kissimmee the surface of lunar was lark. '

i proportion to cost are learned andwised. Hutchinson then alighted, telling I T days have been delightfully surprisedby Board of Trade, was interviewedby The eclipse was visible in all partsof

Then, too, under this head pu- Marlatt to drive on and turn around the Orlando Reporter-Star in regard the United State The weather
pils are taught to detect adulterants and he would find the body. Hutch- WORK CONTINUES FOR the wonderful improvement in the to the movement there for an here was favorable for observation

in foods, and are put in a position as inson walked 'Immediately behind an grounds. The lawns are nicely trim- organized effort to make that city a and many observed the phenomenon

housewives to be able to know when old house and in a few minutes Mar- COUNTY FAIR FUNDS med and covered with a. luxuriant strawberry market. Mr. Stanford is during its various stages. i
growth of The flowers
they are being imposed upon by- unscrupulous latt heard the report of a revolver. grass. are quoted as follows: The average distance of the moon

dealers. Second, under Rushing to the scene he found Hutch- I blooming In a healthy manner and "If you can get enough acreage from the earth is about 239,000 miles, i t
I u President Stanford,. of the Board the condition of grounds as a whole pledged to make it worth the whileof
the head of Foods, comes economical inson dead.BLOODED. and the width a little moro than 5,700
buying, and third, the preparation of lof Trade, has been busy,.again this prove that the care-takers are ex- buyers to come to Orlando\ and buy miles': or about two and two-thirds

food.4 The economical buying of food week securing more subscriptions to perts in their work.A your product right on the platform ti: ne the diameter of the moon. The ; ;

z ', f Is all important, but, if possible the I STOCK IS the stock: of the Osceola County Fair recent .improvement in th{e'grounds' !-tere. as they do in Plant 'ity, it will atre length of tho earth's shadow '

proper preparation of food is the most Association. The smaller subscrip- was the construction of a Cement I be one of tl.e bzst things t> it ever is ,'i 7OOO miles, so if tho Interplantary ;

important part of the whole domes- BROUGHT TO COUNTY I tions are being taken now an( with tennis court, the gift of :J. Wade ,ippened to Orlando want to get space were slightly filled with e

; + tie science course. The health of a $4,250 already raised in $250 blocks Tucker. This court is now said to be thtj Kissimmee section in on this if dust people on the earth would see a

" people depends largely on the prepar- there Is very reason to believe that the finest in the state of Florida. the distance Is not too great, and I. long blatk: shadow tapering off from

ation of its food. Most of our diseases Lieutenant S. J. Entrikin, of Nar- the entire capital stock of $10,000will do not think it is. the earth to a point some ef! 00 j

) Nt. are those of the food,passages coossee, is a believer in blooded stock." be subscribed within a few weeks. BULL BASS SELLS 625 "This section: is admirably adapted miles distant. There is no dust, however -

-the fullet, the -stomach, the intestines lie! has, just purchased and shipped to I for strawberries. One grower ir our in: space, consequently Inhabitants u

,*.. etc.-then how important that his ranch at }:Lake Hart section 176 ONLY ONE CHANGE IS town made a thousand dollars from of the earth can only infer the r

'"!o"W* i i" our food should not only be pare, but lead ft Duroc Jersey hogs and right ,I CATTLE TO TYKES BROS: less than two acres this year, and l>r scnce of the earth's shadow from -

t that it should be well cooked. Fourth Jersey cows this success could be duplicated!! many th effect on lunar at the time of the. : .

,. .-.ader this head I would mention This stock will' ct. him one of the NADE''Ik ASSESSMENT times by others. I am glad to see eclipse. ,

s the of food for children largest herds of,4_,.hooded hogs in Bull Bass and a force of cowboys that Orlando baa 'started this movement i
planning proper of sU"babies the county and the Valley Gazette I.: have been bUJ": .this week rounding and I want. to see Kissimmee .T. Edward Krause, C. W. Brans and1'
and adults. One-eighth
<< hen .la the United States die loins his many friends in eongratuating When the county commissioners np penning and !dipping about 625 c co-operate and share In the .\1 ceaawbicb'l C. B. Buckley, of" Narcoossee, were ;q

; .. him on his enterprise. and wishng met aa an equalization board on MondA7 head of cows! said steers cold by>> .him am certain will come if it is visitors here Wednesday evening..

before they are s..1e.r
( ,.of these deaths, are caused by t mad.1Ir.th. tax assessment books..ofCountyAssessor Texas.; 'Plans....... made to ship the aeconfpany Mr. Krause, ..who was*,

k: I; improper food. Ia there not a reason Mrs, J. M. Lee, ef Klssinune*;:who W. I. Barber. That cattle today. They'will; be placed on Mrs.. Clara Tina,, of ."-.;; Cloud, en roalter ute to his home .in.IndlanapolU.

_" { '''right'b.s..wliyall' 'girls should be la Veil.known In this city. here to .was the assessment of the residence the Mr*'aeh' of Lykes;Brothers' ia pent,.Wednesday ,her*. the guest of a visit( of.several day atNarcootsee. ... jo

-'!' .;taught'all,there U to. ""be known about visit he* daughter/Mrs..Z.. 'N:Parker., of c.."W.'" flhIird-at Bafcsenger;'which Texas end fattened there for t.lae.beef Mrs"Anna Glovor- wbU.'en route. to where h.I has.. Urg*?Interest ,t

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44444" .. 4444440044, hazard. An Increased market for I I1eat' water; Distillation by steam under CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES: ,
4'I, I 4 oil would make possible the utilj j pressure (is. ;pore rapid and produces -' '

i .1 : St. Cloud Pczrtmettt. -EVEIthREENTREE. 000 Izatlon of some of the waste material.]i moro oil. Cutting the needles In small Sixth Sunday after: Pentecost Mass

LEAF OILS. < The industry though, small, i is: fair- pieces'before treatment increases the !and sermon' S' a. m. Sunday. school) 4

ly old, in) the United States. 'The val- oil production.\ Young trees yield 8:45: ,a. m. Rosary' "and, sermon 4:80( i

ooo"ooo :+'*, -* 0)00--0-' *, *, < *> < 4,4 ue,of the annual production ofneedleoil most Trees- growing in tho open p. m.
I NEWS AND NOTES OF TilE "WONDJ-Jll CITY11 FROM. \ OUR ,OWN Washington, -.Shoe-blacking( owes Is about $50,000. Black and white 'contain more oil Ihan'thoeo in a dense Monday-MassG:30_ : a. m. Instructions

SPECIAL COI RESPONDENT spruce and eastern hemlock produce: 'stand. The winter and spring month I II 8 a. m. All welcome to all ser
it peculiar aromatieodor '
faintly
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suggestive -
very similar oils, 40,000 to 50,000 'I are the best for oil content. vices.. ," "
of the deep woods where
[ pounds annually, worth 45 to <(0 cents u
f: Mrs. W. E. Bailey and little son Harrod. Accordeon solo, German se- spruce'or hemlock needles ...
t home Monday, after spending IP-.O.I!; by Mr. Dingle. Rea iin liy1'iepdent \ pad the per pound. ,Red cedar produces 15- I MAKES YOU SICK.DON'T
I arrived ( { ground, to an oil which is manufactured 000 to 20,000 pounds of oil having', UGH CALOMEL :
1
I; a few weelis in, New York City. They Kenney. Closed by sinking from these tame kinds of needles the same value per pound as tile f fl
sailed from New, York on the 'Coman- 'itar Spangled:) Banner." .' Similar oils '
obtained
are from
and hemlock oil. A few other
spruce <: .
"
.;. M. ANDERSON, Secretary. I STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED '
chle. tho foliage and small twigs of various species furnish the rest of :the conifer
,
I. H. Ferguson l left Monday to 4.44a4444: $ Ga4444 cone-bearing trees, and find use leaf oil produced in tIle United Statos. '-'
spend a few days at Tampa, St. Petersburg a SIMNGLK CREEK. 4 for n number of purposes. In Europe Besides the borne product, email quan- w\\
and 1'ass-a-Grille. 4444444a44'4: ; ; < C: < the finer of these oils' ere used extensively tit/es of needle oil are imported .from "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Clean Your Your druggist of or dealer sells yoga J
I CD( cent bottle Dodson's Liver Tone '
Mrs. Charles Ryan arrived home on in perfume in soap.: They see Europe. One of these silver fir oil, I Sluggish Liver Better Than Calomeland under< my personal guarantee {that it : '
t :Monday after visiting with friends I at Mr. find Mrs. K. L. Ivey delight- common components of liniments ana : brings four dollars per pound. Inmost I will clean; your sluggish liver better than t ;
Sanford. filly entertained the members of. t the other medicinal preparations.\ Cedar I cases these oils] have a pleasantodor. Can Not Salivate nasty calomel; it won't, make you ". w :

Capt. S. J. Sen her was a visitor at fp"mcr'! Sunday school class at their; oil' is Chiefly used in the preparation :I A few arc diagrerublc when Calomel makes yon sick: you lone R..a"o and you can eat anything you want, '
Kissimmee on Tuesday. 'j home 1 ,"' day bight 'The time wapletstnlly of insecticides: and, to some extent, first distilled but become pleasant work. Calomel in quicksilver. and without, being salivated. Your druggist v'S;) i.
Mr. and Mrs. F. )0);. Conrad, who !' in andni'itir in making liniment. with age. | it salivates; calomel injured. your liver.If guarantees that each spoonful will starb. :
) spent merry games bilious f,,,,1 l lazy sluggish li liver clean
Investigations of tho I you are ; ( your your bowels and ; > i
yield nnd thp .
have been visiting for the past two after which M enjoyed a The greater portion of the oil produced and all knocked out, if your bowels arc straighten you up by morning or you
months!'! with friends in Brickley, 111., hearty ','ast on fried chicken. Thoso value of the oil obtainable from some I in the United States is Distilled oll..ti'Rt'd| and your head ache or get your money back. Children gladly 1
and Ashley, Ind.. returned home on 1I''eHt'ut'I'e( :: Iva NiswonoterMil. of our southern and western trees by small farmers in New England Rtonmrh is sour, dust take a spoonful of take Dodsoil's, Liver Tone because it i is \ j
Thursday last. 'dred Aiiderson 1 Margaret Anderson\ have boon made by the Forest Service during the winter months when furm harmless' Doilaons Liver Tone calomel.insteadof pleasant] tasting and, doesn't gripe or :

Mrs. Ollie Harris, who has been visiting !'!- Fdylhe K'-twonger: '! Lucretia Over- partly with n view, to the possible work is slack. In 1912, n Snntllo firm DodDoii'M lining Liver sickening Tone, salivating i ift real liver medicine. crump. or make them, sick. '" :
with friends and relatives] at nil cct, .ladys Cromartie, George utilization of waste material] began the distillation of leaf oil from : You'll know it nnxt morning because I am Belling/ millions of bottles of //1-,
Wednesday left r.fter lumbering in the National will wake felling, tine, I Dodson's Liver Ton. t home
Owe.nsboro Ky., arrived Overstreet, I. icas Lanier, 'Raymond western red cedar on a large scale, you UI| <
evening. Niswonger, Curtis Yates and Lester forests. In these investigations, longleaf I but found that at the going market I your liver will bo working', jour lieularlio l-' i found I that this pleasant] vegetable; liver '',
and ) and dizziness: pone, Jour stomachwill '" medicine, takes the place of dangerous" ,"I.
western
Christian church is being freshened yellow pine leaves I value of 40 cents the .
oil
k The Ivey. a pound h> sweet and I I towels vulr. You i ealoim'l. Buy one bottle on my, sound
r up by a coat of paint. C. A. Garrett was a Kissimmee produced the most promising results, scarcely repaid the cost of production. I will feel like Horking. YOII'1Lt.\ eliwrj reliable guarantee. Auk your druggist ""J
Dr. Carmine district superintendent caller Wednesday.A but the needle oils obtained from It was chiefly used in manufacturing j, ful; full of energy, igor. and ambition. about me. 'g
nn interesting and instructive these pines did not surpass the already un insecticide\ containing 35 cent : -- -
gave per -- ---- --- --. ---
lecture in the M. K church Saturday large crowd attended preachingservices firmly established spruce and of cedar oil and 65 per cent of an absorbent 7 I _...; _. T ___
at the church Sunday night. ---.z .. "
evening( on "The Wandering hemlock oils. The largo quantities of made from the finely ground I ... ---.Q. ."'S'I
Mrg. Art Bronson visited with Mrs. .
Gentile," which was'ry much enjoyed needle and twigs on Forest Service shells of peach pits. Four dollars ) .
i by all who heard it. E. L. D. Overstreet Tuesday. timber sale areas are not only a sh"er and a half to five dollars a ton, de- ," : ;

Mr. Coble has boon on the sick list P. G. Cromartie was a business waste, but also form a special fire pending on the oil content, was paid Three-Fourths of Last Season's Safes f r;
f for a few days. caller in Kissimmee! Tuesday.Mrs. - .. for the leaves and twigs.A I ;( ;

Miss Millie May left Thursday eve- C. O. Newland is on the sick plied to force it into the wood. The firm at Grant's Pass, Oregon, Were/ Skinner House r. '
Packing
ning for a visit with friends and rel- list. ell is a )product obtained in the manu has patents covering methods 1u'ld' Machinery ,;"t"'

Btves at Owvnhburg, Ky.J. K. L. hey has been budding orange facture of coke from coal and its.pur- apparatus for utilizing western yellow "
D. Alexander, of Indiana, came trees for W. L. Moseley] this week. pose is to prevent b in Wednesday morning and is stop- Dr. C. L. Hyatt, of Kissimmee, wi and also to prevent shrinking and fibre after the oil is removed by dis t i ?, liih showy .that about tlirce-foiirtha of t

ping at the Bonair ]louse. and expects a business caller here Monday. swelling of the floor after it is laid. I tillation. Their plant consists of I citrus iifkiiif| :" !! IHUISP, machinery in- i v
to make St. Cloud his home. Mrs. J. D. Jeffords and little son The blocks arc laid with the grain wooden tanks with steam connections: a ; t ..I"| 11.01| in Florida lust season! was of

3.- $. Sawyer and wife, of I'asn- Joseph, of Kissimmee i are spending I vertical ".0 that the most wear-re- I with a daily capacity of 2,000 pounds i I I +I_ -i j ti! Skinner' ipak*'. "

I dena. Cal., came ]last Friday nnd err this week at the G. B. Woodall home. sistant surface is exposed, and usually j,of raw material from which toni I I'xory: \ciir MIHI'o began to rr'I .

much pleased, with the, Wonder Citv :Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dennis and Mr. on. a concrete foundation. Thejoints i: pounds of oil are obtained r.nd, by I !s i 11'1'1.\| | Skinner equipment, our totals f

and expect to !stay. mid :Mrs C. A. Garrett Forded to Orlando or cracks between the blocksare suitable treatment, the spent needles] )I \ i two... ilcs lime incrcascil., Thorp could .\

r C. C. CofTue. "of 7ao1CFonvillf! WR and other points Sunday.Mr. than filled with hot paving pitch produce a long tough fibre that can J -- J IK-, nn more. si.'tiilic.mt: testimony as :
n St. loud business caller lasl week' I and Mrs. S. H. Ivey and daughter or asphalt which hind the many: s.-paiats l he woven into fabric or mixed with I \ ti> its Hlirincy.i '
and while here stopped at the Bonair Marguerite spent Sunday here as pieces into one continuous Mir hair nnd made into nvitresaes.Tho M _- f

House the guests", ef Mrs. Ivey's parents.Mr. face. According to the experts, the distillation process ir very i a There is a Reason. :d
of Kissimmee, and 1\1 F. II. Kis- simple. Steam is s
J ugur.e Brown, wasa "S. Tyner were cost of creosoted wood block floors passed through the I

>t, Cloud viiitor on Tuesday., simmee callers Saturday. averages about $1.50 per square yard needle, usually at atmospli'-i. ; pres For This Record. ::.
Mac Arrow mith. who has l been<< Epworth League meets Sunday for the blocks alone and about $2.40 sure. The oil volatilizes and the mix- "

spending a two weekw' vacation at night at seven o'clock. Curtis Yates per square yard for the completed ed vapors pass into a cooling apparatus No advertising or siilesmanship

Biltmore, N C., arrived home on Friday will be the leader. Everybody invited.0444x4444444444. floor. where condensation takes place, would l have made our machinery .4- ,.' .

morning last. For best results these floors should ,leaving a layer of oil and a layer of '-- dominate the fide!. It had to give ,
The Yoke Fellows and Golden Rule be laid under /
0) NARCOOSSEE. 44a4aox4oa44ooao competent supervision, satisfaction. II. C.Schraeder writes: r
Girls picnicked at Croop's grove on for unless certain fundamental rules t
"As you know, wt: have been using :
Tuesday. are followed trouble is very liable to FOR GOOD ...
your machinery exclusively, and take pleasure
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. B. Houser was a business visitor ensue. Most of the trouble is caused in saying that it is not only because it is very satisfactory '
etts, on Monday, July 17th, a RiCk-I by the swelling or shrinking cf the in '
tit St. Cloud Tuesday. FRESH MEATS every respect but that we are pleased with your 'SATIS-
Mr. James Sayre and Miss Ethel Alligood and nephew, wood, due to changes in content 01 FACTION GUARANTEED' policy."

ping ter, of in Kissimmee St. Cloud Wednesday.Mr. Park, were. shop- Charles] of Iron City, Ga., are visit- moisture, difficulties which may be PHONE 208-W Now is the time to write for our new catalog. Don't delay ',:,'
; guarded
against however
her Mr. and Mrs. Alli- by care in taking the
James Miles Is improving his ing parents, up matter of equipment for next season. :)
fully the
following most approved '
Prices will be higher later.
property on New York avenue by adding good.Mr. )'
a coat Df paintW Archie McLane went to Kis Cody's Market L. B. Skinner ,
P.: Lynchand Ed. DePew leave simmee today on b siness.Mr. -- Mfg. Co. 5 '

I Monday for Johnson City, Tenn. Fuller, of- St. Petersburg arrived methods.TAYLOR'S Lee Ave, Dunedin, Florida ""., ,. -;' ;
here last with lot
Saturday a South Kissimmee
Mr and Mrs. t, Stevenson and Miss ;
f fti
of thoroughbred hogs and Jersecows ;
y 1 '
Pettls went to Orange Center'on Sun zui w'I j
and a nice lot of poultry. He I
day to visit friends. BEST. .J
Lloyd Hettinger came In Saturday is building a largos pasture on Hea'rtLake. ,'{ !
He occupies'the Waters house. \ 1
evening from Black Point, as he was "' :
t Mrs. Alligood] and Miss Ethel Alli BLOOD
.
too light weight to be accepted.W. nGI
good the with Mrs. Marion
I. Barber, wife and little daughter spent day .
of Kissimmee, were St. Cloud I'mdall Tuesday. MEDICINE
Mr and Mrs. Add Story, of Boggy
callers on Wednesday.A. FOR RHEUMATISM r
Creek, with Mr. and
B. Johnson, of Orlando, was a spent Sunday Your CwnDri/fgisfCi/a ran ftts
business caller at St. Cloud last week. Mrs Dan Smith. iFUYfutm tteiYiutfct/fin< \

Mes rs. Will Drawdy, Morris Good- I Jin Mrs.Kissimmee.F. W. Hill] spent last Friday PRICE Sioo FULL PINT BOTTLE 'IG
rich and Dr. Jim Stewart motored .o I
Xivftimmee. on Monday. Miss Pearl Keen, of St. Cloud, visited : EXC A! ,
I '
II. II Hull's '1
F L. A. Haky, of Winter Park, wasa family Sunday. r;

visitor at our Wonder City last I 44: -'x444444: : : ;. 444444: Balmis ... d
I Magnolia
week. 1--: *: .i 'tII

Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman left JAonc'ay I i4 TREATED. WOOD BLOCK 000I the Liquid Face Powder used by famous 'For the '
Florida
!' to sometime with friends seven years :1 '
spend FLOORING. 000 keautie If you kava Sunburn,Tan or : :
in the North. Freckle try ffUCagnolia 3Ja/m. It quickly Citrus
The Priscilla Club met on Friday 44.44444444444444: : : : : top.Blemithe the bpirn and removes Tan and Exchange has been on ,: t

afternoon, July] 14th, at the home of Washington. Creosoted wood smooth. Easy Make_ to use your and .kin soft and the firing line for the protection '

Mrs. Ed. Bass, on the Lake Front, blocks, already extensively used as sure, to please.
l -= With Mrs. Mary Johnson and )Mrs. paving material for city streets, have Three Co/orj; of the citrus growers of the J .

Carter Thompson as hostesses After been coming into use as flooring for While, "Pink. Rote-ReJ. .
the regular business meeting and I the last four or five years, accordingto 75.. .,DniaUt.rku mall d+nd. State. No'' movement for their b :

social time together the club adjourned the Forest Service. Its durability, SAMPLE: FREELYON good has failed to have i its
to meet the middle of August tit noi.fclessncstj under heavy traffic, and MFC. CO, f
the home of Mrs. Dorothy Kasbohm.The sanitary properties are its chief advantages 40S.. 5d.SI-. Br..Wra.N.Y. 'support ; most of these have f

Veterans' Association! met Sat- for paving and also give it 'J
urday afternoon, July] 15th, in G. A. special value for making floors, especially OtOOOOOOOOOGo originated in its ranks. 11

R. hall. Meeting was opened with for use where heavy trucking, .

President Kenney in the chair. Open- I the moving of heavy machinery: or 000 LODGE MEETINGS 6 The Exchange has been a 1

ing song, "America," by audience, other severe use makes the mainte- 'I 000 >0O -

followed by prayer by Rev. Brown. nance of floors a serious problem.: Its + WOODMENS>OOe-O OOo-OO CIRCLE, Tohopeka- (vital factor in the general progress j i.i
Minutes of last meeting were read rather high cost is its chief disad-
liga Grove No. 65
meets every first and
) and approved as read. A collectionof vantage. and third Tuesday night. Social upbuilding of Florida, i !
$1.75 was taken for the hall. Edith Wood block is now widely"used" for
meetings second and fourth Tuesday directly and indirectly. The
; Harrod had charge of the following flooring in factories warehouses, ma- afternoon in Fraternity Hall. '. :

program: Song, "On the Banks :af chihc shops, foundries, various typesof Mrs. J. R. Sumner, Clerk. future of Florida depends largely .i
the Wabash," by Lee Harrod, and for platforms, wharves and docks, and Mrs. Ollar, Guardian. i

encore he gave, "They Are on the for such miscellaneous purposes us upon the prosperity of her ,
Way to Mexico." Recitation, "The hotel kitchens, hospitals, laundriesand j
f Roll Call," by Mrs. Marskie. Song slaughter houses. Possibly one of4ho A Fine Remedy For citrus industry. The Exchange iJ f

by Constance Harris and Charles Mil- oddest of these uses is for the
ler Jr. "The Blind which : Biliousness andConstipation offers a sane and tried solution !
t Pig, pleased floors of wild animal cages and: runways. :i

so much they were called back. Notwithstanding the recentin- of its marketing problems. You '
"1 he Whipporwill Song," by Miss crease in the use of wood block for ;}; !

Mettle Wilson; "Telling Them of these purposes, it i is believed that the .can helpjby joining now. i

r Tampa," Golda Groves; Aceordeon growth of this industry will be even People all through this Section are -- "\ ,.;

Solo by Mr. Dingle, "The Ballroom more rapid in the future. These buying L1V-VER-LAX because it is a '
Favorite" for an encore! gave "The floors are well liked by the woikmen preparation of real merit. It is l
a vegetable -
Evergreen Walts." Ruby Yfjatman I, because: they ate easy on the feet remedy that acts naturally and -,- :

_. redted' very nicely. Song by Ed De- Moat of tho blocks for those floors effectively, thoroughly cleaning the 9I:
,Pew. Edith'; Harrod, Lillian Mayes, are now made of southern yellow liver and bowels. It is easy to tako ,\"

,Jfcrtba McCIellan and Otis Bass, pine. Hemlock larch, Douglas fir, and has none of the dangers and bad -'. r. .u.j yC

,, ,--The-Menebaum Pipe" and "Paddle" ,blade gum b ech and maple ore also after effects of calomel. LIV-VER- "; ,.;
"Von,' jCHrn < Canoe. Song, "Whea naed. The blocks arc sawed from LAX wilt get right -
you keep you
v,.:YOB Were.ajTnlip\ and I' Was a. Big long sticks of timber and aro treated right and say you doctor's bills.. Sold .

,Bed Itot/*. br Bertha McCIellan, Otis In hugo steel cylinder from 6 to 7 In We and 91 bottles under an absolute -

''Jf&u'u4. Lillian"Mayea., Tenor Solo, feet in diameter and 100 feet or more guarantee. Every bottle bears the

.I "-I".. Got!.'JDojRamee! Rope," by in length. Creosote oil is rtw; into likene '01 L. K. Grtgsby. Percale '. ..

jot\ .laceompu'Jee' by- Edith tbe'-cylinder'and. pressure Is'then ap- b7 Osceola Pharmacy. Y I _ .' .. kV'
'e a .101 ,,;' " k.I .. ...'- ,
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r. I. Claims and Scams Proud Y of Itr. . .NOW_SUGGESTED". ALL SOUTH, CHRISTIANENpEAVOR Against the Cattle Tick


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PROSPECT FINE FOR A BIG
Atlanta, Gs....J.I have committed million dollars In counterfeit money v- .. The New York Herald; j

one, thousand murders{ ," is the claim before h* was caught. H.claim that MEMBERSHIP Y REPORT-. It. is. really right here nt of the the greater portion'of $100,000 to ..- |J Jtablish

cf a man,who Is serving' a life ten. he now has two million dollar'worth 'ING BIG,GAINS, IN" WEIGHT.- and good time which many s, Inc; of a packing plant there. Ocala I

'once In 'the' United State penitentiary of counterfeit has repeatedly money offered"hidden to out"and disclose -' deavorers have so" long ''. : has{ just also .. negotiating a packing; plant,
So people have reported an
.
.. in Atlanta.' its 1 location to the guard in ques xtraordinary many gala In. weight during We have 'some'" bofrowed after a tour as It)Is one! of the.greatest cattle dis ,

'* He has confided to one of the Lion }If the latter would"go and'get :the past few weeks *a a result of above the Dixie line like II" in an inter trict in the state, both (In amount and ;it w

guards that in the course of his bloody the) money and use it.. I taking Tanlae that one of the clerks ing Gates, et.c.,"but it'is? \ j the Herald quality of beef and pork produced. 'Jj1Marion.county
.
career as one of the greatest counterfeiters The man, it is stated, was a perfect at RetUt' Pharmacy, in Jacksonville to see what a large fore of i of which Ocala i* the e
'
in th* history of the ,world,he maniac on the subject of making joklnrly.' suggested that a "Fat Mans ; progress County seat, is often compared to ther 9,
I ...put to death.no less than one thousand counterfeit money, Every Urn a Club" be organised there. I temperance and college .. ; the great blue grass country of Kentucky, as'' ''

t people, calmly, deliberately, person discovered him or suspectedhim Only a few days ago'Capt. CharlesJ. well as C. E.. have felt it the Union. sits' rolling pills and beautiful valleys :'

t t cold-bloodedly. he would be declared kill that Weeks the well known engineer to show themselves on the companies are dotted with some of the finest "'
t The records of the government person and destroy the body with for the Seaboard Airline railroad well-loved Christian : as one of stock farms; in the country. '
show that he is believed to have committed quick lime. I running between Jacksonville and Clark .. have "Cattle men of the north .central 4
: latizon. Df: was too ill
v -C, at least one hundred murders One day his mother, his wife and Tampa; made the remarkable statement fact that states and the west are coming to I ';
f and included among them! were his his sister accidentally made the discovery that he had .gained twenty !but sent an affectionate with live Florida in larger numbers every year, .'

t .. mother his .wife and hi. sister
J f. ,;;., win one day."They've. way of the rest. and felt better than he had in fifteen ington, was too busy helping in Clay priced; land in Florida is quickly pass
t f got a hundred murders He is a small 'man about five feet, years. Capt. Weeks further stated I ernment, duties to attend. Western Ing.I Today then is precious little ,
{ against ''mo! on the records"he has told five inches in height his eyelids con- that Tanlac had overcome the Indigestion I We have a gallant force acres under I throughout.th* state that can be ;

r d J; the guard' in question "but that's not ecal about half of his eyes, 'and .he and other troubles that had da. Part came together on I(. tle feeding bought for less than $}.0 an acre, andthis k

more than one-tenth of all I killed." talks in a low monotone. To look kt been upon him for twenty years. I I Pullman Tuesday, July 12. only in tracts of 10,000 acres or t 1

" f.t f' According to the records in his{ him, one would think that he would'nt I' Just a. few days previous to this Jacksonville at 7:10 a. m. ; of the state more. ?

', case this man spent more than! one harm a, fly. Mr. Henry E. Lee who for many arrive in Atlanta till after !I turpentine |I "The United States government is
. engaged in the contracting' night, floods having done association ,.authority for the statment that Florida :;
was
t t.tr t. years business in Jacksonville and at pres- enough to road so we had Cattle Tick has a growing season 'of from 270 ,

i ent running a large poultry farm on of our way. It was a have as 'to 365 days a year. All the great f

RAILROAD R. F. D.' No. 4. stated that his wife.1 Songs "yells games a year for jl agricultural states of the Noit and .t
who had suffered for years with a !1 and lunches plenty/with an fight to get {West have less than 200 growing ;.
; Ot. bad form of rheumatism had nap by a few and so passed I has kept days. This means that ypu can pas- ';
very
1 two bottles of The route "S wnnoo River" out of the ture your cattle all the year in the ''i f fopen
gained ten pounds on
,
'
; prettier than some between of in Florida, and this is what r"
l ', WAGESShall )Tanlac, and had been relieved of her aware
I troubles. I. ville and Atlanta but the posses {makes the live stock\: business there 't
t after a flood was a severe than i in other .
Mr. E. M. Let, another well known all the more profitable any <*
pearance of our '!
Seaboard Air Line engineer, residing supply state. -
, out- came' on other trains and The*state.-I I It is stating the truth very .mildly J,
just
No. 4 Maplewood avenue
at
;f r they be determined by side of the city, recently told of his auto, altogether we have joined in i;*o say that the live stock industry ( ,$:
and seats right to the front '
gain of seven pounds on Tanlac and I tick and it bids fair to become the biggest business V
the piano, which has been in Florida. It is taking millions! "#
further stated that he was taking on .
t t: Industrial Warfare or more! flesh almost every day. He also lof Charles H. Gabriel, Jr., awakening of acres of land off the market that a |_
led by his famous father. at al- *T
,
cattle indus- few years ago went begging :
said that Tanlac had relieved him of
:
i Federal ? serious stomach trouble. our singing, and it is good of Ar- most any price. ,|J:
Inquiry Mr. E. A. Murray, a well \known I of songs the Gabriels have to Jackson- "The good roads movement in the' J,
y', These songs we will long work on state is almost as contagious as small '
of the Florida East Coast
employe .
railway, residing at 2813 Fisher I The convention proper is $200,000, pox. More than $12,000,000 has been t"
; To the American Public ,
: the Central Presbyterian voted within the last :
:: street, recently stated that his wife \ for a great spent or year
; edifice of large proportions. and the good work is still; going on. :
mutton t
f who had been suffering for seven pro-
Do believe in arbitration indus-
you or Indigestion are served in the dining : This is another movement, that with i(
with stomach trouble and -
; trial warfare ? years dies from local societies, as has the cattle business and the wonderful "it
had been relieved of this :
convention hotels are on the I the state Is making in all a
The.train employes on all the railroads trouble and had gained twelve poundson a $100,000 progress; '. it
plan. Florida has the (directions, will soon put good Florida
three bottles of Tanlac and that in Colum .4'
r whether will their leaders
voting they give "
are much in for delegation headquarters has raised land at a premium.
had
' authority to tip up the commerce of the she way that improved some of her so friends hardly every eral were fortunate enough Office"r. I .. .t'd

i i country to enforce their demands. for I a 100. knew her. I The friends Florida here press and BO etc lessen, I
"I have gained ten pounds on Tan
million dollar wage increase. ent is located at a
lac and feel like a new man," said Mr.
The railroads are in the public service- Charles A. Evans resident at No. '7, campused school quiet in
and drives to and from
" your service. This army of employes is in The Columns apartment at 111 East terday pictures were Fertilizers 'j
1. : Forsyth street, recently. Mr. Evanswho %
; the public service-your service. is a bookkeeper and' cashier, fora Capitol steps as the i

! You pay for rail transportation 3 billion local concern stated that ho had across the street from the
church. We had a great I Profits
suffered for with chronic Crop
twenty
dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every yeah at it and the sun shone w

dollar. from you goes 'to the employes. entirely indigestion overcome, and this that trouble.Tanlac had II lour overhead hearts.like Today that of( )

On all the Southern railroads in 1915 seventy-five percent of the Mr. J. P. Frush, Route 4, St Johns Is to be a song service at _

i ,,'. train employes earned these wages (lowest highest and averageof avenue recently declared that'he had place followed by street in "Preparedness." We are

.. all) as shown by the payrolls- gained twelve pounds on Tanlac and ices in various parts of tho
ti : ........ Fr.lkl Yard felt forty years younger than he did lanta now knows that supply all the potash goods yoir
} ,t "r the day he took the first dose. He
, ( ..... A..r.a. a.N. A. ... aa-s. A_ stated that he had ,suffered with "means business for" the varied line of Ammonia-Phosphoric
Fine conferences held
are
$1972 $a55 J11S6 catarrh of the stomach and in-
Eafiaecn.Brake chronic
i. '' S230S $1916 *1566 In different rooms of the reasonable We have
prices.
3810 3505 2424 digestion for years but that since account is to 'be at

1552 '1353 1055 taking Tanlac his trouble had left next." Grace A. the fertilizer line.: '- ,
.' c..d cu.r 1847 1580 1245 him: is-. < sMr. ,

I ., r 2696 2358 JU9" C. H. Critc'hlow, of 1207 Rush Drives Ot Malaria Builds have complete stock of'the:' ibcit, -

FnMI 649 406 ing street, whose husband Is a skilled Tr.014........ ****tal .waste.

-1 *' 1 652 1209 1638 979 1302 777 cabinet-maker and.eetlng engineer M.1v1.srkre.Ile.caofX'a TAsmcutM""""'.ehui.''' .". and Insecticide! to' be' '
declared that Tanlac had overcome a a tnee___. Psi&dill&.and c :

I ' *... 1957 1109 755 958 754 990 general run-down condition that had market. Write for catalogues. ,
1736 1854 1405 been upon her for some time and that

the had gained five pounds on the and prices also receipes ,, ,\j

The average yearly wage payments to .Southern train em medicine, and that she was taking on ,!
ployes ( including those who worked I weight and strength day. .. )
only part of the year). M more every \ 4 t
b shown by the 1915 payrolls were- Commenting on the above statements -
22
Fu>*.(.r Freight Y..... Mr. G. F. Willis, Southern distributor -

55 Enxiaeers . $2144 $1712 $1313 "There of is Tanlac nothing said really: remarkable Toomer Fertilizer Company )I

x CmuUcUrt 1723 1488 1157 about any of the above statments.as ,

i j.. Ftremen 1096 865 688 thousands of others have used Tan- MANUTACTURRS! Of A:

L/ : BrakemcB . . 1013 845 868 lac sults.with the same astonishing re Is the FERTILIZERS jI


i { A 100 million dollar wage increase for "Take the case of F. C. McGavock Of Our 1 I Fertilizer Materials, Spraying. Implements 1'1I
for well known far-
instance! a dairy
i .' men in freight and yard service (less than mer of Columbia Tenn who gained I and Insecticides. !

: one-fifth of all employes) is equal to a 5 percent thirty-five pounds on five bottles, or Jacksonville, Florida JI {

r advance in all freight rates. that of Miss LaReu Davis, of 286 Phone us I ,',
Looney avenue, Memphis Tenn., who
; w The managers of the railroads, as trustees gained thirty-one pounds, or that of wants. -- (..

( f for the public, have no right to place this Capt. A. II. Miller Southern Railway ---- '
conductor of Knoxvillc; who gained
burden on the cost of transportation to you deliver ,1
twenty-three pounds on seven bottles I
: t', ; without a clear mandate from a public tri- or that of Mr. O. H. McHaffey, chief "Big Crop" Bill }

bunal speaking for engineer of the Life and Casualty RIGHT
you. '
.f* .. The railroads have proposed the settlement building Nashville who gained forty ) Says "Making a good fruit crop isn't .
pounds or that of Henry Warner of always a matter of luck. Got to study i I l t
of this cither under the 1612 Fourth North, Nashville
controversy avenue THE :your land; plant trees, HM food '
& existing national arbitration law, or by refer- who gained thirty pounds, or Mrs.O. fertilizer, .- I alai. ?* ret >
the C. Cason of Acworth Ga., who eMB ence to Interstate Commerce Commis gained thirty-five pounds, of Mrs. Et- l
J Mil ..ed..1e., ..rmaf es carry better. [
sion. This offer has been refused "by the ta Schmidd of Chickamauga, Ga., Story "J
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| Bett.r fruit m an. bettor ,prlc... a. ." '
employes' who gained forty pounds or Mrs. G. Ground llm*.ton.h spa, wflrtt4uIMir. fruit. ,
representatives. W. Williams of Gadsden, Ala., who oohlvt fr*.. P lc.. and.....pl.. .en,r*.u..4. 1\;:iI \

Shall a nation-wide strike or an gained forty-eight pounds or Mrs. Next I i] Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co.
i- Doorlto the
Nettie McGarr, who lives at 1806) 18th Post I
!:: investigation under the Government avenue Nashville who gained thirty- BOX t<-3C a OOALA. LA. (; il'

determine this issue? five pounds and scores of others too 2"
L i .. numerous to mention."
; National Conference Committee of the Railway Genuine Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee -

f J ELISHA '.Eli; OWrm_ A. ... cane.. d.a.. .__ exclusively by J. Z. Roberson; in
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1;'' f.......uIrT.c-.i i r.pq a ._ .... St.; Cloud by Seminole Pharmacy; in .
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BeNr" as the most fertile land of the corn belt in the NEWSPAPER: PUBLICITY CAN STOP ABUSES. .
l m The 'Kissimmee. Valley t Gazette ; '
e Notch.The '-' "
forces in the South''' are,afre' Florida anized Don C. Seitz, manager of the New York World,. f SAID ABPUT KISSIMMEE 'i'

: in preparation for'the' new'industry. i.'in' in an address to the'student of journalism in the t.
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.*. Fbuw. the van of other Southern states a witH a thoroughly Maine University! ,'.said' ; bsCEOLA COUNTY
t
Y% 'organized campaign to eradicate the tick and bpen AND
"In the- smaller communities the
.. .. newspapers "
1, W. .... HAIIHIII AUn!' E. G. VAN AGNEW, Ow r : .
for section
the new breeds: of cattle in that '
... way ( may stop all abuses by simply printing them. The : _ "' I Ir
B.la. NA VGLI;:. Edlder ... ) .er. 'I <.'+1Yfi4i44r_ -
t Sixty thousand( dollars a year has been subscribe. small town editor can clean anything by simply

\ -aebacrlpll.a. R..... by land owners, cattle men' and the railroads of printing the facts over-arid over up again." . The KissimmeQ City Council: has posed to sell the six! wotstorn countiesto

.. .'Dn. Copy. One Year __.-.--.-.....__....__*. .'} J gg, Florida for a period of three years for the ptfpose Commenting on Mr. Seitz'i address Editor and started a' *'moi qujto war" to rid the I Alabama, and keep Peninsular-

Vu Hj-Cot. Copy. > T--tl, ','?.MuiiHni'. Month h---r-L.-VU----1---------,..__....__-vaW_..:-.-.-.,- 1.76.A11 of driving', out the tick; and 'establishing 'the cattle Publisher says .. city of Chose pests.*-Florida Grower., Florida intact. However, if,this :worn "

.... industry on a safe basis. This money is being expended "In fact every day is 'clean day with a newspaper "Kiselmmoe will' to done;; thero would still ,be a number*
up
coimaence pave
communications ,except from our authorh""jJ" under the direction of a special 'committee of counties'lhnt would really not bo apart
s 1 fcorre.pond.nt., must be lgned by the writer. known as the tick eradication committee of the For every day brings'to' the lore some question her streets September 1st with home- of tho "poninsularlr Florida, and '
r Rejected matter IU not be- returned unle.. ca11e4for. I some problem involving civic betterment, for -nade. brick made; \\iy the Wood,TcJf whoso products interesto and general i'
.' Southern settlement and development organizationat ,
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the clarification, for the solution of which, the light
Brick Compnny.FloridaGrower.
'avjng
: conditions would bo digslm. ,
distinctly
Jacksonville. In its work this committee receivesthe I
and but
nothing the'light-will Who suffers
C i (Knt-ed: In the Hoatofflce In Klsalinmee, Florida. co-operation and assistance of the federal and serve. I liar to those of the section generally
N Becond-claaa matter.*. what interest is hurt, must :always be .disre -
state departments of agriculture and agricultural garded-if{ the public welfare demands the light. Cattle dippina as a part of Oaoao'a included in the term South Florida.':;, .

FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916. extension department of the International Harvester "Simply printing the facts over and over again' county's light for tick eradication Our attitude in state division matteris \
Company The bankers and newspapers lending tentative, though we believe that if
are is a constructive performancenot'merely' a d:- has become a Rocinl function, picnics .
What is Kissimmee's greatest asset? I their hearty support." structive one. The advertiser realizes the value of '>nd barbecues attending the dipping-: the staff would be divided right, It ;
would be advantageous to both diYI.. + ,
Florida Grower.Congressman -<
-: :- the policy. The newspaper serves him by affording I
We believe it is beautiful. Lake Tohopekaliga.That's ADVERTISING AND SUCCESS. him the opportunity to print the facts about his bus- -<- ions. The correct theory, of division
.! W. J. Searn has asked it, would bo to draw
line
-: as we nee a r,
-: ;- 1 I iness, about his commodity over and over again.
why we say every effort should be exerted I N. W. Ayer & Sons, of Philadelphia, have a slogan iThus the law of light operates to build up that whichis "onffreKS for an appropriation of from east to west which would cut oft "
it. that means much. It is "KEEPING EVER. of confidence $40,000 for the erection oVa poBtofTlcc the Florida peninsula proper, an to improve worthy public and favor. For the '
LASTINGLY AT .IT BRINGS SUCCESS." building in his honva. town, Kissim- creator the new state of South Flori-, T ;'
light does more' than to cure abuses. It gives life
I The greatest improv &nt in our opinion would This not only applies to advertising\ but also to and -vitality to every good thing whether that thing mee.-New Smyrna News. da.-Lakeland News.
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be.to build bulkhead and /fill in the reclaimed land. every kind of mercantile business.If happens to be a public policy or a business enter- Over 2000 head of cattle were dip- The South Florida & Gulf railroadCo.
YOU and salesman DON.T KEEP EVERLASTINGLY "
-: :- your prise. in vat in
pad last week one dipping has completed and begun operating -
Appears here lately that we are alone in the I AT IT your shelves wilt! have the same Osceola county. Tick eradication sentiment 23 miles of its line, which startsat "

fight.; The city council has apparently decided to 'stock on them year after year.SUCCESS FLORIDA PRODUCTIVITY. in rapidly paining force in Hint Kenan.sville, on the Ki.ssimr.iee Val- \
) is not obtained by laying back in
: treat it joke. an section-Live Oak Democrat.
as a ley division of tlv> Florida East Coast
chair with feet cocked mantle- -:-
easy your upon a -
Since September of last less than eleven >- Railway in Osceola county: Fla., and
Perhaps this is best after all. (for piece. It's the fellow who "plugs" day after day year--; Klnsimmec wants the state divided
.many a supposed reaches Prairie Ridge, a new
fo,I joke has turned out to be mat- that gets to the top of the pile and has his "pile"in months-there have been shipped from Florida 42.I .- and Kissimmee wants to be the cap- now 1
a very serious town that has not yet obtained a t-
I 19 solid loads of vegetables 'and fruits po
the bank.If car not ital. If this str.te: is ever divided Big
least
when it
expected.
ter was office. The line was built by the !
your goods are not moving as they should counting the immense quantities shipped in express, Jax will be he capital and you can '
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d ; then have invested in a non-divi- shipments of less than car lots or by steamer from bet your lest round iron man on that. company forces, which will continue
Alabama the plan to give sell you your money I
or
papers approve construction 22 miles further to Okce-
Florida dend paying proposition. On the other hand if Jacksonville, Miami, Key West? Fernandina, etc. MacClenny d.
of that
the six westernmost counties to state Stana-
: chobee City, where it will again
This made 1,404 train loads of thirty each, ,
slock freely and bank is cars or !
moves account
and leave only the peninsula under the domain of your your
The Raiford Tribune is suggesting reach, the Florida East Coast Rail- ;
about six solid train loads for each working day.
growing, then your stock is paying big dividends.
Florida. '
:1 of the wayafter traversing a new section '
the a re-arrangement boundary j
Among produce shipped
YOU CAN GET BIG RETURNS ON YOUR were:
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I lof I'
: : 5.597 car loads 'grape fruit. .61 lines of- the state of Florida which country for development. Max- I.I I.
MONEY BY SPENDING MONEY, BUT IT MUST
Noticed a certain .piquancy in the editorial paragraphs 17.824 car loads oranges. would cede West Florida o Alabamaand I well A. Kilvert, Heard building;, Jack-
SPENT FOR GOOD
BE
ADVERTISING.ONLY .
t '1 recently in the Florida Metropolis? Goode 2,811 car loads mixed vegetables. the moving of tho capitol from jsonville, Fla., is president; P. A. Vans-

r Guerry is trying his hand in the new atmosphere of 2,205 car loads lettuce. Tallahassee to Kissimmce.-Now Agnew, secretary and treasurer, and

) Jacksonville after his long residence in Tampa. The ONE FLORIDA-NO STATE DIVISION.The 292 car loads pineapples. Smyrna Newo.Congrosrmnn. I Charles II. Armstrong, general man:

change seems to have done both him and The Met. -:- 6,390 loads >- after and chief engineer, the latter at
Valley Gazette is in and of South Florida. car tomatoes. ; W. J. Scars is endeavoring -
b some good. 3,599 loads I Kenansvillc and Prairie Ridge, where
The welfare of this depends the car celery. : to get the Federal governmentto 'I "
newspaper on ma-
-: : 402 car loads strawberries. the operating headquarters of the ''1
Some people think this idea a joke, likewise, terial prosperity of this section of Florida. 1,434 loads build! a $40,000 postorTice buildingin ; 'I road are situated. St. Paul !Minneapolis '
car potatoes.
?*," of that of Florida has decided that it which the proposed building will be in (,
IE portion jested| the road.
and will be accorded 41 loads cantaloupes.
is, to any policy or propositionfor car constructed has been
already
i i a serious matter. At any rate we have firstclaim promoting or the welfare of they I Great is Floiida. All this produce is the result. chased.-Arcadia News. pur- The road runs through a paririe ,
for the capitol in the event that such action conserving 'of about work. Prior 1896 I countryhich has Keen, for years nnd ;rI
should be taken. southern half of this state-- providing it was or 'be : twenty year to practically i I -<-- I is still devolve! to cattle raising, hut J
no shipments were made except of citrus Representative Sears has nskcd t
not detrimental to the state as a whole. large tracts of land are being
converted -
I fruits. Within mark the for ;J
twenty more years pre- Congress for $40,000 a postoffice .
We are glad thai\ the council is continuing Nevertheless the : into farms. :Manufacturers'
city Valley Gazette can not see diction, shipments of meats and cattle will exceedall i building; nt Kissmmrv A $10,000 -

.' ill fight against t mosquitoes. Treatment of crude wherein any worth-while benefit would accrue to 1 I II' other shipments- which will still be twice or building would probably be- plenty big Record. st
oil is being given the storm of the cityat I -->-
open sewers Southern Florida by converting it into a separate thrice as heavy'as at present. pnough, but WP" uppose Kissimmee i I News from Kissimrrvee that the !
regular! intervals and all standing water has been
has much right to hunk out
a
as
given a like coating. Perhaps it is only imagina- stale. ofJ Board of Trade of that city has been ;
the barrel other town.. .
This perceives only three tangible FRATERNAL RECORD SAYINGS. pork as any I
tion but we notice less of the pesky insects already.Haven't newspaper i quietly laboring throughout the county {
k Ocala Star.
for Florida into States .
reasons separating two : (I ) -
I you>>j To afford enlarged opportunity for.divers estimableand Editor J. W. White, of the Fraternal Record -0- in the interests of a county fair i
After of several days \
aspiring statesmen or near-statesmen in South published in the interest of the various fraternal or- a round-up proposition, and that the result of

; One of the many indications of the constantly Florida to attain to national and state offices. (2)) ganizations of the state is one of the brightest par- the Southport Cattle Company.of Kis their labors insures; the holding of the _
interest in the live stock simmee dipped all their cattle and invited
increasing industry in this To add two more Senators to the Democratic party's agraphers in the state. Here are a few samples. first annual Osceola county, fair either -

:.;' part of the country is furnished by the fact that quota in pur>> National Senate. (3)) To obtain lower from the latest issue : many of the people of that cityto during the coming winter or in the ',:

\' Southeast Live Stock, published at Columbus, Ga., transportation for South Florida's agricultural 10 f * witness the affair. Movie pictures early spring of 1917, is a sore temp'a- 1
., has doubled- size since it was established a year were taken for the Gulf Rail- tion to the writer to make "
and horticultural products, etc. Do. right and fear no man; don't write and fearno comparison
and one-half Southeast Live Stock which is road, to -be used for advertising-
!
ago. The first reason-is of small interest, and its fuKfillment woman. between! that county and St. Johns,
"t devoted wholly to the news of the live stock indus l would' be of doubtful benefit to the people +wes poses.-Orlando -Reporter-Star.+- and also between certain boards of \

'.. try, coxer seven Southeastern states. generally of this section. The second reason also is A girl to be as pretty as' a picture 'should havea The Raiford Tribune and Kissimmee trade. No board of trade can do all Y,
,
"''; -" negligible. The Democratic party will not need two good frame. Valley Gazette are planning to the work necessary to bring abouta

'd'' Kissimmee gets more publicity through the press more National Senators if it properly conducts the 0000 have the state boundaries rearrangd uccx-Bsful county fair; the hearty r{

a than any city in Florida unless it be Jacksonville or Nation's affairs; and it should not have them if it It doesn't take money to make fools of some by giving the six most western co-operation of all the interested

Tampa. Every week we print one or two columnsof The counties Alabama and the trades and industries are absolutely
'does otherwise. third reason i i. not creditableto men-but it helps. to moving 1
sayings about this city and .county from other Florida' law makers. It i i. a confession that CC capitol to Kissimmee. This arrange- necessary, and especially the Intelli

papers of the state. Recently we noticed in the they are too unwilling or too inefficient to enforce Miladi says the truth i is not really "bitter" until ment would be very satisfactory to co-operation of the county; but, ,

prepared plate matter used by several papers and railroad: rate which! 'other states exact of their rail_ somebody tells it on us. _, .,, the Times.! -Melbourne Times it is always necessary to have soma i.:

p p sent out by a newspaper association that the KisS roads.! The Valley Gazette i* somewhat skepticalas 0000 u u '.. organization, society or croup of citizens i.nt.

'simmee date, line was used three times in a single) to' bene6u to come from this ph .We,would Let's turnthe whole matter over." to. the politic Klsalmmeo is preparing''.to pave to 'provide the inspiration ancty,

rT t('supply. The only other Florida city mentioned like to see some statistic on the matter. None have sans and fumigate our minds. some streets with "woodtex" brick, the initial sinews-of .war '' ..., .

M 'more than twice was Jacksonville. been offered thus far by newspapers or men who 0000 which will be manufactured by a plant Up. till now 'we have agitated this L.;

: :--"- claim lower freight rates, etc.. result from state Our khaki lads are finding out that the paths of located near that city- These bricks important movement in vain and "I( ,I

Kissimmee's Board of Trade needs awakening. division.On glory lead through the cacti. are made from saw dust, or small r seem to be as a voice crying in tha- ,

r,''r Several months have gone t by> without a single meeting the other hand, in opposition to state division 0040 particles of wood, and may be consid- I wilderness.] Shall we permit every S

and at the last meeting there was ,only a hand ered as really a by-pi oduct of the little J old' in the
there are sound arguments, the more promi- The trouble with most men who turn over a new county? state to outstrip 'J
*, ful present. Attempts to hold a meeting last Friday nent of which are : ,' .- leaf is that.! they use the loose leaf system. lumber mill. A small square laid I us in thest indications of general ;

night failed because a quorum was not present. ((1)I ) It would increase expenditures, and there 11040 from this material has been in serv-I'' interest in their own welfare ? Has ,

a; We have always contended that to get the best results fore taxation, in both States because of the neces- The high price of soap below the border does ice in one of the Kissimmee st ,rot the time arrived when the St,

% out of an organization such as this there should sary duplication of State officials and their salaries, not promise much for a Mexican clean-up. for a couple of years, and shows good I.Johns county fair project may safely

be a paid secretary to devote his entire time to the and state institutions and their maintenancetwosets 400 wearing qualities. Heretofore the be taken down off the shelf, dusted

>1' work and keep things moving. Orlando, St. Petersburg I of insanity asylums, two State Universities, two The clam has better judgment than some human principal objection to this kind of ,off[ and made presentable ? The interfsts - 9

? LakeJand. Bartow and many other Florida brick has been the cost, of manufacture I of the county, are the interestsof :
State Colleges, two State Courts, two State Boards beings. He knows when to shut up occasionally. I'
It- cities have found this to be true and the expense of i of Health, ditto as to all other boards, two sets of 4040 but we judge from Kissimmee's c every city, town and hamlet in tho 1

?t the secretary has more than paid for itself because penal institutions two Governors, and like duplication Manufacturers say there .are 660 different kindsof action in the premises that a more I ,county. Let us not be so absorbed in t
t the efforts of that individual has been responsible economical process has been evolved.If I mailers. of purely local interest that
in every other State ojfice. The increased ex- paper, but the best of it is only "scrap"when il
' + 1. for many movements which brought the city greater I penses because of these duplications would mean so pleases the diplomats. good paving brick can be manufactured ,we" lose sighs of.the larrjer welfare.. t

+ i prosperity. Why not .take up the idea? increased taxation for each state's taxpayers. Gov- 4000 from oyr !lumber waste, nn important St; Augustine. Record. j

-: :- I ernmental expenses would be doubled half of this Seven pounds is the average birth weight of a economic discovery has been -
;' There's fellow added to Florida industrieo. Lakc- Kissimmee may get an appropriation -
out in Kansas who certain; -
+ a City
the of much heaven the
doubling falling on people each state. baby. Well, that is about as as for the
land News. erection of a postoffice
_4* ly believes in publicity. His name is Joseph Baird. ((2)) It would add about $25.000 a year to the average mother can lift for awhile. --+- building: on the lot purchased about
He has
written the
to mayors of some ten or more National government's ,this for ; 4400
expense-- Kissimmee is kidding herself that
e Y':' Florida cities asking their aid in finding a wife in clerk hire, mileage, etc.: of two new salarieS'j A man should never attempt to analyze a wo she should be the capital city of Flor- two years Sears ago for has that secured purpose.an Congressman item-

this state. Of course the mayors sought the aid of tors. man's love. If he does so, he will be surprised to ida. It has adopted the slogan "Only i in the building program of the government -

the newspapers and as a result Joe must be getting ((3)) Historical, geographical and biographical find how small a part the qualities he esteems mot one God and Mahomet is his prophet," ( calling for
a federal structure -
' 1, all sorts of letters from romantic Florida maidens. associations. There is a wealth of history, scenery, I in himself play in inspiring it. changing to lead, "Only one Florida there. The amount of the

1 According\ his letter Joe is a temperate sort of a lakes,, rivers, islands climate, biography etc., inseparably 460 and Kissimmee should be its capI I called for aprproprialion
40000. j
( cuss and a gemman of good family. He stays home linked with the name "Florida"-and should Being born in Philadelphia will J]I of course make ital city." The Valley Gazette pro (Gainesville Sun.

of nights and doesn't care what church he goes to. remain so. the new presidential grand-daughter a subject of 1

', He has a good job (get that girls), and is well con- ((4)) The question of area. Florida is none "brotherly love"and do doubt she will promise to (

.. tent in old K. C.. but. if, everything was right he too large now. Cession of its six most western be a "sister" to a good many "brothers." !

:?;*. might be persuaded to move to Florida where the counties to Alabama still would leave it of con- 0000 Notice To Readers !

tel! I'' orange trees bloom and perennial summer ii alwayson venient and "comfortable". Whereas its divis- "Say I'd be ashamed if I had a bald head like
'
'J' tap. ion would make twp small states, each about West yours. Look at my head of hair"
'''Y-. _
"', ,,, : : Virginia's size. This country already has enough "I just want to ask you one question." "
:: FLORIDA IN THE LEAD. multiplicity of state governments. State division ."Well what is it? If you receive a copy of die Valley Gazette and are a nonresident l
L of the State of Florida, yon need not feel that the I being '
-:rf' sould be avoided wherever possible. The modern "Did- you ever see grass growing on a busy paper -
The Southern Fancier-Farmer Atlanta thrust upon you without yon having subscribed for it '
: an publication tendency is toward consolidation and cooperationin street ?
.v devoted poultry. live stock and agriculture business and municipalities. Why not so with I . If yon are not a regular subscriber, the paper i* being sent you \

declares that Florida is in the lead iq the development a* an advertisement of KiMuktnsee aid. Osceola and the subscription
st states? In several states their people would be ben- A farmer comes to town with thirty oranges county -
of the live stock industry in the South. The efited by state consolidation or co-operation-state which he sells three for a cent getting of course; I is being paid for by the Board of County Commissioners of '

.' latest issue of this publication says in part: amalgamation. Maryland and Delaware should be ten cent for them. Another farmer also with Osceola county from the Special Publicity Fund, provided for in the !

\> ? The advantages of the South as a live stock one state. Two or three state should be formed thirty'oranges. sells them two for a cent getting fifteen tax budget each year.It .::

_. country are manifold. There is a ready market From New England's six small (tales--or its five cents for his. They get 25 cents in all. The will be tent to you for several month with hte hope of inter- 1

with high prices for beef, dairy and poultry products smaller ones. next time they come in with thirty oranges apiece eating you ia this section of Florida. If yea are interested we invite ':
'" and grain; land i i. cheap the climate is mild you to write for farther information, or yon writ. to the Boardof
h ; ; two Cede Florida s six western counties to Alabama they meet at the edge of town and put their oranges may
pud sometime three\ crops canbe grown on the. and have ONLY ONE FLORIDA. together making sixty orange One man having County Commissioner, Board of Trade of Kia mID ., Board of Trade ,.e

", same soil in the same year, and the soil i is adapted Whether' Florida remain intact, or six of ifs old two for one cent, the other three for a cent.. of ,St Cloud or any of oar advertisers '

Bfc. to the growing of a great 'mariety of forage crops, counties are ceded Alabama, or it i is divided into they decideto; ,sell, them fiye for two cent They i We hope that yon will read the Valley Gaxette each week and ,
that be the
loin: and other"grains. two states-KISSIMMEE INTENDS TO MAKE A I do so. and ;;.when they' are.through, find out they we may resident mean of brkfiaf you here u a visitor,, if ..t.. -.ii
-
z "Beef and.pork can be produced at low cost, DETERMINED EFFORT TO BECOME THE have received but 24 cents. The problem-: Why a.permanent or an investor .; ;t

sr '.j livestock can be pastured the year around. Rainfall STATE CAPITAL OF THE LAND OF FLOWERS. did they not get.at 'much for thear, selling Remember, if yen are not a subscriber and. are nonresident
". abundant '''and everywhere and oranpe of State *' Florida, .. charge will be ..... !. for the .bscnpbon .11 '.
w are streams Kissimmee' location, and its other natural ad- them five for two cents u they did when they sold ? 7n. ."
I, writer the herds.. At land i is which will be paid by the County Commissioner .. .
spring to present cheap vantages' make it moresuitable for this purpose hem separately, ore what becomes of'the cent-" .... J .. _

s 'jund the South can. .... produce a* much corn to these I than any other town in Florida. Columbus Dispatch. "' /sa
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*" ,.KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTT Bradley "Harris spent Sunday in .John-ex ,Cart;!;,;;; a,, ,former resident I.Mrs. A.' *Tresa :and daughter, Miss C. W Griffin, the rccer; ,"Is"now A merry'' party'motoring'' to*Finny''

': ..... ., ( .l.PM>n.N. 11.) Tampa of Kissimmee, who has been' making Frances, who have been' spending delivering goods in'a.new Ford truck. Point Thursday lor. swim ,in the'
lie .homeJn.Hondurai Central. America some time In Beaver Falls JPa. Mr. Griffin Is well with the lako : ,J..
.'- Buy "Butter Nuf''br'@ed' made byReed's are i .pleased and a picnic,,dinner werti M.
Published Every Friday By bakery. \,... 24-2t ,, for 'the past several 'years, i.. now visiting! relatives in Jacksonville. results obtained and declares that, the Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Woodruff of

W. B,, IIAHIUS '".* B. G.,VANS Aura' spending a.few days, in tho city They 'will.Teturn' to their home. hen auto truckwill, show a big saving Orlando,,Messrs. L. B. Fort and T.'S.,

: ''C. II. Armstrong was here .from In: a, ,few; .days. a', over the horse-drawn delivery wag- Cadmu. -ot Orlando, Mr and Mrs. G.t:
to' 000 Mrs;;;Richard Hatchet; of..St. Cloud, / '
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and her nephew, Herme May, who l 1. Mr.. and Mrs. H.' M. Phamt and r '

Weather : 'Sea* Island,, good:.quality, 7We,, at visiting har from',Missouri, were..tho tlcnry Singletary' left Saturday in Mr. and Mrs. D., G. Wagner and Mlssos Mildred and Ethel Lee, Edna'
ReportFollowing Schweikart Messrs. C. Pierco land
t : the Quality Store., guests of Mrs. E. Sandborn. Tuesday, their'car 'for Coronado Beach for an daughters-Mr. and, Mrs., H. C. Stan- \ 0,
Leroy Lesley,. An attractive feature f,.
i .. : returning to their home Wednesday.! outing and' a\, visit'with .)Ira. 'George ford, Mrs. W. J. Sears tad Mrs S. H. .
Attorney W.. P. Crawford spent v of the event was the chicken pilau
t Singletary who II spending Bullock
those
: sometime were from Kisilmmee .
$ among '
Sunday in Tampa. R. H. Ludlam who and .hot. fried chicken which Included
are dally tempera. was. among the there. "'ho'otored to Wekiwa was, s

',. : tures 'and precipitations as.'reo : 8Ginc1bleaching, the 12Vic kind, boys discharged from tho military Springs Sunday and spent the day in ,the,menu. .
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: ported by Government station &c, at the Quality Store. I company at Black Point, did not return Mis. A.. J. Holt left for Arcadia there.. George W. Persons left Wednesday
at Kiaslmmee for the week end I with the other members reject. Wednesday to join Dr. ,Holt,'''who has .
t: ing, Thursday, July 20, 1910: Mrs J. D. Woodbeck was a visitorto ->d, but remained for a visit in Jack- assumed hh duties as editor- of the Don't forget men's meeting at 8 evening for Savannah, Ga, when, he
Max.\ Min. Rain joined 1oIr Persons, wltoha* boon'visltltnr
St. Cloud on Wednesday.M sorivillo and other points. Florida Baptist Witness, published at o'clock Sunday afternoon at Methodist
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(. & Friday __ ____96 '15' her parents there. They will
school room. All
L. Flenberg of Orlando was that place. Miss Verna will spend Sunday man
} a.
.1' 17 : is spend several days In Savannah,..ndthen'
Saturday.92 Edgar Bryan visiting relatives
the and boys invited. Enlist
visitor tn the city Sunday. I summer months in tho mountainsof cordially your
Sunday. :'___90 75 I
Monday __ ___92 70 Special at Gilbert's for Monday\ He failed to pass tho physical receive a blessing.. -Devotional Com: him to New YOlk and Baltimore,

Tuesday __ ___98 70 to 8 inch embroideries 5c per yard. I examlnaton made by the U. S. Army That man named -Pledger, over at mittee. where he'coe.. to b'uy) his fall good

Wednesday __.93 7. Mr. and Mrs. Albert O. Martin of I officers at Black Point and ''was discharged Kissimmee, ought, to be the sort of a Tor the Dollar Limit storo.
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.f Thursday ._=_97 73 t Sanford, were in the city Tuesday. from Company B., N. G. F.Kevin voter who could please all the candi- Cat Roma Buckles Thomas and, Claude son, R.Tyson D. Thomas spent, Last Sunday's concert by the Klslimmee !

dates during thetr canvass. I'm some Concert Band 'one of the
'G+O' 'UUOOOOUo.oo-.! When-you order bread ask for "But- > has reached Kissimmeo of the little pledger when I'm in the humor Sunday in Jacksonville lThey visited beat yet given by this was clever' musical '

I'. ter Nut," my by Reed's bakery. 24-2t birth of a twelve pound daughter to -but if I had that name ,I'd bo busyall the Kissimmee'company at Black Organization.. There visitors '
\ > William Hall and wife of St. Cloud, time.-Palm Beach Post.G. 'from surroundng towns automobile
Mrs. Price will be remembered here well and pleased and enjoying the sol-

I The Local Field i were visitors in Kissimmee this week. as Miss Margaret Bryan. Mother F. West and Peter Straub Came dier's life. parties to Kissimmeo having

Stanley H. Crone, of Daytona and daughter are getting laong nicely. In on yesterday's excursion, accompanied become popular as a result of these
J. B. Shearousc, of Guyton, Ga., is concerts. A number of vocal l 'numbers -
Beach, was a business visitor here by Mr. William McCullough
s, OOOOOO.HO. Mrs. J. K. Milliard left Wednesday spending some time in Kissimmee and were rendered by Pat Drew and
Saturday. and John Wallace, of Allen .to visit her daughter, Mrs.. H. C. may decide to locate her! permanent- Tony Regero.: Another concert will b
Fire Insurance. See A. E..Drought.Mrs. Kansas, and Frank Walker, of Wy-
r Don't miss the embroidery specialat ghtsey, who is a hospital 1 in Tampa. oming. They are looking for homes 11'' He accompanied his brother, G, be given this evening, starting at 7:30

, i- W. p. Bass visited in Orlando Gilbert's Monday 6 to 8 inch 6c Little Miss Mildred' Lightsey accompanied through here, and we trust will succeed M. Shearous-B, Jr., who returned Sunday and the regular Sunday concert Will
yard. her. Mrs. Lightsey's from a week's visit with relativesin be
t Friday. per many in locating here. given Sunday afternoon at four
friends will be gratified to learn that Georgia. *
o'clock..
Rev. Charles R. Foster, of Merid-
f I Fred Bars spent Sunday in Jack- her health is improving. When the baby is suffering the double -
ian, Miss., registered at the Gray- Mr. and Mrs. Clem Breaker, who Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Floyd and Miss
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sonville. stone Thursday. Fred DeBerry, the famous Tamoa affliction of hot weather and bowel havo boon the' guests of their par- Myrtle Barber returned last Saturday I'''

Fancy )Thebi-' Ginghams, 9V4c at the F. P. Baty, of Ankona, arrived Sat- tulitirian, editor, piano salesman and disorders, the remedy needed is McGEE'S ents for the past week, Mr. and Mrs. after several days vacation spentat k.
BABY ELIXIR. It reduces. the
Store. writer visitor,'in this H. M. Breaker left Saturday for
was
Quality urday for a visit with his aunt, Mrs. song a city Daytona Beach. Mr. Floyd .it
this week. He has given feverish condition, corrects the stom- Knoxville, Tenn. While here they
politicsand enjoyed -
up nursing badly bruised head the
a as
Bass visited in Orlando
:Mrs.: Walter J. H. Bryan, and family.
ach and checks the looseness of the
newspaper work to return to his a number of sight-seeing tripsto result of ,a narrow escape ,in whichhe
. Monday. A. B. Vance, a well known Florida fit'st lov.s and is now selling pianosfor bowels. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Clermont Apopka, WekLva Springsand Mrs. Floyd and Mist Barber fig

1 r, S. S. Griffin of Orlando, was a visitor hotel man, registering from Arcadia, the Kimball Piano company. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.W. other points. ured. They were caught by the .under

1 in th, city on Monday.New was a vistior here Tuesday. C.
G. F. Taylor who was employedfor G. Durant, who formerly livedin Stings or bites of insects that are tow while bathing in the Surf and

line American Lady corsets A. Yancey Tcachy, a prominent attorney several months as pharmacist pt Kissimmee, but who has been a followed by swellings, pain or itching only heroic efforts on the part of Mr.

'' just received. The Quality Store. of Wauchula, was in Kissm- the: Corner Drug Store, returned resident of Jacksonville for several should be treated promptly as they Floyd prevented the entire party from t,

' 4 Mr. and Mis M. Tillor and daughter mee on business Friday. Tuesday from several days at Pass- years was a visitor here this week. ar. p is01lOUS. BALLARD'S SNOW drowning.The .

a-Grille and left Wednesday for Se- Mr. Durant was employed for a timein LINIMENT counteracts the poison. '
(- Katherine, spent Tuesday in Thatcher Johnson and two sons motored big mid-summer sale of the
Tampa. to Wekiva Springs Sunday. Joe bring where he will spend some time the Citizens Bank here and has It is I both' antiseptic and healing. Price lIar! Limit Store has proved a great

Bryan accompanied lam on the trip. ishmjr.\ He expects to return here. been private secretary to G. A. Me 25c, 50c and, $1.00 per bottle. Sold success. On the opening day last
the
Miss Ella Mae Gilbert spent later Clellan, formerly of the Jacksonville by Osceola Pharmacy. Saturday the sidewalks in front of M
week-end with Mrs. Eddie Lancasterat Only a limited quantity of these
Orlando. big value embroideries for Monday A bad taste in the mouth comes from Metropolis. Gordon Nye, who was editor of the the store were crowded'fortWo hours \

II 6 to 8 inch, 5c per yard, at Gilbert's. a disordered stomach, and tho( backof Mrs. I n H. Ledbetter left Friday :' Valley Gazette for several months, before the opening' .tlme. So anxious
American Lady' corsets are guar- that is usually a torpid liver':-A night to join Mr. Ledbetter at Copperhill has returned to Florida. He has purchased were the persons in the crowd"to get i

( nu-td not to rust. Get 'cm at the Fred Bass, Edgar Katz and E. C. condition which invites disease. HER- Tenn., to spend the remainder of the West Palm Beach Tropical to the bargains that one of the doorsof

Quality Store. I Dusenbury went to Orlando yester- DINE ih the remedy needed. It corrects the summer. She was accompaniedby Sun and already his years of experience the store was broken in the crush

P MI II. J. 1 1) Jeffords and son Jpseph day afternoon to se the Sanford-Or- the stomach and makes the liver her daughter, Miss Clara, who will Jo the newspaper game are be- Manager G. W. Persons believes in e.,

visited relatives in Shingle Creek sec- lando ball game.A. active and regular. Price- 50c. Sold extend her trip to Knoxville, where ginnT/ig to show results in the appear- giving bargains and! the people showed

tion this week. S. Nelson of the Nelson Realty by> Osceola Pharmacy. she goes to attend the summer school. ance of the publication.A. ] their appreciation by their patron vc
will return before the public age. Mr. Persons was pleased with
horns They
Miss Ouida Malloy has returned Company, returned Thursday Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman, of J. Womack, better known, ape
the sale and stated that his business ii
.. from a two months' visit with relatives afternoon, having made a flying trip St. Cloud, were visitors in the city BchcK ,s,.open in the fall. "Jazbo, the Mysterious accompaniedby better than Sefore. R

r in Mississippi., I to Allen county, Kansas.Mr. lat" Thursday evening. Their many Mr. arid Mrs. C. W. Griffin, daugh- Doc McAllister, 'motored to Jacksonville was ever

and Mrs. H. M. Braker Mrs.E. friends here, where they lived for ters, Misses Alma and Norma, and Sunday and visited the soldier A summer school was opened :Monday t
left
a i Mrs. S. Dean Howells Fridayfor
t the week end M. Franklin, Miss Jessie Boston several- years, were glad to see them Miss Carolyn Fripp, lift in their car boys at Black Point camp. Returning morning in the sixth: grade room s ;

j Orlando to spend and Miss Louie Jackson motored to gam. Mrs. Zimmerman was on Tuesday for Jacksonville to visit Law- they met with an accident'nsar of the High school building, with: "-

with her daughter. Wekiwa Springs Wednesday.L. route to Pt. Marion, Pa., where she reno3 Griffin, who is a member of Sanford and were forced to abandon Mrs. F. C. Bryan ,in charge, and wilt

O. C. Pierce, the genial managerof will spend two months visiting her the military band of the Second Reg. their "flivver" and return by rail. continue through the coming elx:
Mrs. S. P.
the Graystone Hotel spent Saturday M. flatten and wife !JD.1"\'llh and friends.Dr. iment of the National Guard of Flor- weeks. A number of pupils have al. {
Watkins of those who the Thursday
Hatton and Miss Fay Among spent
with friends in Tampa. ida, now in state encampmen at ready enrolled and others will Join
and Mrs. T. M. 'Rivers and children ball
Tampa, were an auto party registering half-holiday attending the
Black Point. They will return today. the classes next Monday. :Mrs. Bryanis
Misses Louise Thomason and Marie at the Graystono Hotel Saturday returned Wednesday from an automobile game in Orlando were J. D. Jeffords, .
one of the most efficient and
successful
r Huddleston left Tuesday for a week'svacation night. trip to their old home at In Deporting the Installation of of- I Roma Thomas, Albert Bearden, Stan- '
teachers in' the city schools: {
at Coronado Beach. Lake Park, Ga. They enjoyed the Seers of the Rebekah lodge an error ley. Bullock, Mr. and Mrs. P. )c. ,rand
Lawrence Tress. who has been enjoying satisfactory results are predicted:
Mrs. R. J. Hancock and children, of a furlough for the past week, trip greatly. En route home they had was made in giving the installing officers. Weaver, Mr. and :Mrs. C. L Bandy, for this special work. "
atka this week the guestsof an unusual experience. Near High These officials should have Mrs A. E. Donegan Mr. and Mrs. E. -
Pal spent duties with
returned to his .military "
Mr. and Mrs. Roma Thomas. oint Springs they passed within twenty been! given as follows Mr*. Anna E. Naugfe and F. W.' Hill,. of Nar- Mr., and Mrs. C: M.:;, Froxure, sons; ,

' Company B' at Black camp on feet of a large pantber and Doe declares ,Glover, D. D. P.J; Mrs. Mary E., Me- eoosse Lamar, John and Hoyt and daughter

Mis.<< E. C. Lewis arrived' '' Monday Wednesday that he could have easily killed Connell state president,, acting deputy Alice, of Miami motored 'to Kisslmme -
I"
When feel out of sorts and
front Osona to*spend threek with Mr, ,,and Mrs, T. S. Johnson and, the) animal If he bad only had a gun. i ,marshal; Mrs. Mary Tate, deputy: you deal lazy in,the last Sunday and spent this week

( <..-4i r aunt, Mrs. J.' M. Cochran family, Mr. 'and Mrs., II. II. Harper .Fred Gilbert returned* Thursday warden; Mrs. Alice Thrasher, deputy yawn an: charge a good it to 'a torpid daytime liver which you as the guests. 'of.Mr., ,and Mrs. W. .B.Harris. .,
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and D. E. Harper spent Sunday at and T. L. )I... Franre is a sister of,
of Sanford chaplain Curry, deputy
Mice Avis Spensgrom, from a visit to Clinton and other has allowed the system to get full of
who has been the attractive guest of Wekiwa Springs, having motored over herald.J. Mrs. Harris. They were formerly:
r' points in North Caroline. Mrs. Gilbert mpuritles. HERBINE cures all ds-
residents of Kisslmnwxj and hare ,
Miss Nina Bratton, )left'for her home for the day , and children will remain( for several M. Willson, Jr., left Saturday ,to orders produced by an inactive liver.
whoci
many friends here 'o glad to
Saturday. -t' I(I J. II. Reed and children motored to weeks visit.' Mr. Gilbert passed join Mrs. Willson at the Hotel Im- -It strgpgthens that organ, cleanses meet them again. Mr. Fissure will
visit Mis. Reed, some of the flooded where she is the bowels and the system in good
Tinnk Duke, who has been seriously i Tampa Sunday to through territoryin perial, New York City puts be remembered as a conductor for a s
ill for several months, has much who is in a hospital there. She was that section and states that the spending the summer. At Jacksonville healthy condition. Price 60c. Sold by I number of 'years on the Sugar Belt

ir..j'roved in health and is able to He operated on last week and is reportedto damage done by the high waters will Mr. Willson boarded the steamer Osceola, Pharmacy.. I and Florida Midland roads.PRKSCRIPTIONS.. '

out again.Mr. be recovering nicely. i, cause a big loss to the people in the "Lennpe" of the Clyde line and A benefit performance for the Klsi -

flooded area. Clinton was not affected enjoyed the Water trip. Mr. and Mrs. i ..- .
Band last
and Mrs. Myron Kenney left Pr Fred York who was the guestof :nmee Concert was given
Saturday for Tampa and St. Petersburg his uncle, M. M. Miller and family, by the flood. Wilson expect to spend a portion of 1 fight at the Graystone Casino. A r

where they spent the week end left Monday for his home in Live Miss Ruth Thomas. accompanied their time in the mountains and may''large attendance greeted the boys We send for and deliver your pre-
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in sight seeing. Oak in response to a letter stating her uncle, William Ilahman last Friday visit Hendersonville, N. C., before and the musical numbers. The band BCI'iptions promptly. A registered '

the illness of his father. to his home in the North, in Altoona turning home. re-I' Hex teUt', Tony Rgero, O. C. Pierce, pharmacist in charge 'of this department -

.. Mrs. A. L. Stevens returned to her Aber and daughter Effie, for Pa., where she will visit relatives Doing hard work in a bent or stooping ,md Baby Olivene were attractive We .will appreciate your pa-
John
home in Orlando Friday, after a' and friends for the net two or position puts II stitch in the back : numt'rs. "Mr. Caruso," who sang tronage and /guarantee: accurate work.
pleasant visit with Mrs. W. D. Burk- merly of Allen county,make Kansas Osceola, ar' three: months. She will also spend" that Is painful. If the muscles have "La Paloma was a'big hit. The Corner Drug Store. 1
rived here yesterday to
ham of this city. I county their future home. Mr. Aber' some time in her native city, Pitts-- become strained, you can't get rid of it Miss Lucy Lupfer returned Wednesday I

: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Godwin, of St. located in Park Gardens. burg, renewing old friendships. Mr. without help. The (greatest penetrating from an extended visit with The Strong Withstand the Heat of I
Cloud passed through Kissimmee Unhmun recently spent several weeksIn power BALLARD'S SNOW Mr. and Mis. W. H. Meetch at Harrisburg Summer Better Than the Weak '

)1.t Sunday en route to Palm Springs, Mrs. Richard Hatcher, of St. Cloud, Florida inspecting his various landholdings LINIMENT will appeal to you most I Pa. Old people who are feeble,and youngerpeoplewhoareweakwillbe.trengthened

J' where they spent\ Sunday.Gus and her nephew, Herme May, who is in Gadsden and Osceola strongly at such times, because it is
the depressing
her from Missouri, wore the The" Quinine That Does Not Affect The HesdEecause and enabled to go through I
visiting ounties. I the thing need. Price 25c ,.
very you beat of by taking regularlyGrove's !"
summer
Smith, G. M. Shcarouse, J. B. .., ol lu tonic and laxmttve effect, LAXA- I
guests, of Mrs. E. Sanborn, Tuesday, >0c'and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Os- TIVK BROMOUUININKI I. betlerthan ordinary Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies
friends of Russell Cele
Shearouse and Fred Bass were among returning to their home Wednesday. The many ceola Quinine and doe not caaae nervouane nornngiss and enriches the blood and builds tip "
Phazmacy.Max .
the Kissimmee people spending some will be, glad to learn that he is en- In head Remember the lull D..nc\\. the whole system 50c. I,
\no" t>r the a'patD'' o< B. W. OROVK. XM
time in Orlando Monday. 'I Miss Verna Holt left Saturday fora joying good health and the life of a Kritz, who was ohe of the Kis-

brief visit with relatives in Knoxville soldier with Company C, First IB-' aimmee boys who failed to pass the

Miss Lois Overstreet returned Friday Tenn. From there she will go fan try, Virginia National Guard, physical examination to enter the oooooooooooooooOt.ooo.ooooo.oooo.ooooooo..oo.oo.oo i

from Haines City where she has to the mountains of Tennessee and which is now doing border duty near National Guard of Florida, is now ill ,

been visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. J. spend several weeks in Del Rio, Tenn. Brownsville, Teim. .BAssell was In Jacksonville. He became ill before

Cook, for several weeks. I I I Levy Kenney has sold his residence working in Hopewell Va., when the being discharged and his mother was N.OV'IOL '

Misses Helen Baas and Myrtle property in West Kinsimmee to A. M. all to the front came and enlisted sent for on Saturday. On Sunday Mr. .l

Paulk were guests of Miss Lillian Story, who will move his family thereby there with the Virginia troops. He Kritx was wired for and left immedi-

Prentiss at her pleasant country home the i first of this month. Mr. Ken- hopes to meet the Kissimmee National ately for Jacksonville but returnedto Eliminates Ultra Violent

near Fish Lake for a few days. ney may reinvest in Kissimmec prop- Guardsmen when they go to the Kissimmee Monday night It is I

border. feared that young Kritz may lose his
Mrp. George Singletary daughterMiss erty.

Mary, and son, George Lee, re- I[ Mrs.I J. W. Thompson and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, daughters eyesight.The Rays. t

f turned this week after a stay of several ters, Misses Katie and Elizabeth and Mrs. B. C. Dutton, of Savannah, Semi-Weekly Times of Somerset -

weeks at Co'onado Beach. I I granddaughter Florence Mae, return- Ga., and Misses Ethel and Geneva Ky., has the following to say con-

from Ga. where Miss Ruby Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. cerning Miss Kate: Shado., who has .0.I.- f
Miss Ruth Burns, who has been the ed1 Friday Jessup, (
relatives for W: Overstreet and daughters Misses been a teacher in the St. Cloud
; attractive guest of Misses Grace and they: have been vistiing "
,. it, two weeks.D. Cecelia and Mabel, returned Wednesday schools for several years: "Miss Kate If bother +
Gussie Winn for the past two weeks, the past your Eyes you
from an automobile tour of the Shadoan after a two years' stay in ,
left Friday for her home in Jackson- who
G. McKay and family, were East Coast. They went as far south Florida, is at the home of her father,

ville. formerly residents of Kissimmee, but is Florida City, some thirty miles' Senator George W. Shadoan, for a ... consult Cole '

y. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Alderman and who have been living in Orlando for below Miami. They report much few weeks' visit. Miss Shadoan a ..

baby, E. D. Katz and Lewis O'Bryan several years, have returned to this building activity on the East Coast. graduate of the Somerset High school ';

motored to Wekiwa Springs Sunday city and will occupy the Lilly residence They were accompanied on the return and a young lady of culture and edu The. Optometrist with "

.J _wand enjoyed a dip in the boiling on Church street.. trip by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Canley cation. She has distinguished herself "

sprinet -. G. G. Crawford is visiting relativesin and daughter, of Goulds", and Mr. and as a teacher in Florida, and her work COLE JEWELRY CO.

:Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Nome and chil- Tallahassee for several days. He Mrs. Walter Moody, of Naran,.. They has received from the press many .

; ; den of Titusville, motored to Kis- was among "the 'member of CompanyB will spend some time here visitingMr. complimentary comments. Our teach-

:t eimmee and spent Sunday and Monday Second Infantry, N. G. F., who and Mrs. Roberson. Mrs. Moody ers take front rank everywhere, and Jewelers, and Optometrists :

-_ 'as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.. were discharged after failing to pass and,Mra. Cauley are nieces of Mrs. we are proud of the distinction '

'. t C.,Griffin. .;-c: I the physical examination. Roberson. achieved by Miss Shadoan." I -- c.,

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FEEDS WASTED. .
not distribute food efficiently, 'The O CATTLE +
Notes side branches will also keep a liv j' r v. + corn, niolacses, pearutapnd. beans are "
News up, ; -
Agricultural '
( the-"use oT the European :
.Go exported for
Products That Might
ly movement of food along the'truland 4 Farm and stover that A joint meeting of, trio Library
lender it !less to to the Production of Meat feeders. If the straw
OF susceptible '
FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY FLORIDA, thus. I wasted were' employed to committee and the 'hodse manage
sunburn. If a high topped tree \i de- 4 Now Put to Less Profitable are now
COLLEGE ,//OF AGRICULTURE -0 feed more cattle, these concentrates committee was held Monday.The .
a sired the branches can be pruned 1 lao Use., ment;
ter. v4444d4444000444A < could be consumed at home.. The result services of Miss Emma F,, Back

It is not wasteful" to allow th.., vast quantity of feed availal would be a .tremendous savingnot ofen have been secured a* librarian
STAPLE substituted for bran. beef '
POTATOES of producing '
SWEET in tho cost
branches to growand tht'm cattle is either wasted absolutely only :
prune for now from thin time onthe
CROP IN FLORID The mixture should be .eattered bun' the cost of enriching the soilas and hostess. and *
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later. The fertilizer which they use to profltal
or: put somo ? *
broadcast in fields where era.shoppera about will\ be dU.rlnar.t.hJ\ ..
well. In 1914, for example,, building Pen ,
will repaid by the moro vie- which the *
I/ there Is a atrip of land that hi.. are troublesome.. Application orous bo'amply,tree. .| ,agricultural use, says a department recent report has Just pub- i 1,000,000 tons of cottonseed meal- day from 9 till K., The library io\\ fortunate |;

escaped' crop up to date, plant Iweet should be made, in the morning at or liahed Part IV of a comprehensive half the total production-were applied in securing Miss Backofon

potatoes. Swept potatoes have be< before sunrise while the insect 1.re TAYLOR COUNTY CLUB BOYS as of the entire mcat'sitaation 'in.I directly to the soil as fertilizer. who .will be a charming hotess.

r V delayed this' year on account of the hungry, according: to Mr. Wilso '. TO' MEET REGULARL survey the: United States. Failure to utilize If this had been fed to cattle instead, The Library is Indebted to Mrs. H. 1

spring drouth. Some farmers failed lecture. The formula recommend I the full value of this material has I i in. 'three-quarters of the fertilizer value W. Thurman for the donation of aevm.I '

to obtain draws and vines and others: should cover from three to five Acres, The first county; organizationclub of creased unnecessarily the cost of pro- would have been returned to the soilas oval hundred volume and book cases

discouraged and planted the ir according to* the The grad- of the other The books cover a wide
loss
became crop. manure. The to hold them.
boys was made\ at Perry, April I ducing meat, has dimi.iishcd: the profits -
land to some other crop. As a result hoppers seem to prefer the mash to 15. Only ten boys attended the first from cattle feeding, and has dis-: fourth would have been far more than field of thought A complete list of
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it is probable that there will be a the green plants. meeting but they elected officers .nd'' couraged many farmers from enga counterbalanced by the profit on the these books will appear in this columjxnext -

good demand for sweet potatoes this Livestock and chickens should be decided to meet regularly the third I ing in an industry essential to th<>>r meat produced economically by the week.

fall.There kept away from treated fields as Saturday: in each month. 'They( wi11 permanent prosperity. meal and tho 'inecessaiy roughages.Much I Mr. John King also gave the, library j
good market fl or precautionary measure. While no of the r'.
is usually a discuss the-problems that aHse froimo According to the report already the same thing is true a number of magazines.
are a staple authentic cases are on record where I I will he c1o ed'on .,
sweet potatoes. They meols. J
to time and swap experience mentioned, the loss in grain, straw other oil The Library ""II; j
crop and those which are not coi animals have been poisoned when the There arc thirty-two members in (hc and corn stover amounts ta more than The value of these meals is far bet- I Thursday afternoon during the sum- \
sumed for human food can be fed '9 mash is spread thinly, It is not ndvls- I in Europe than here. ;.... .
county. They will be under tho direction $MOOjOOO.OOO( annually. Both of those ter appreciated ''mer. .
pigs. According: to C. K. McQuarrii, able to take chances.MNELLAS I Denmark for feeds annually I ',
of C. H. Stripling, count :producto are disposed of most economically example
farmers have not found sweet potatoes F. S. Jackson county sipcrintendcnt. 478 pounds of oil cake to each of her t
agent, and when fed to cattle in connccth !WONDERFULPNE
profitable hog feed at 35 cent ( COUNTY ; cattle the United States approximately ,
I I with 'some form of concentrated foed. mature I
as a rule, but that depends on tle] RAISES POULTIi' G. L. Herrington, boyo' club agen! Straw is especially valuablo in carrying ; 24 pounds. Furthermore, M1 STOMACHtroubla 4

price of other feeds. However, if the I for the University of Florida Extension the breedii g herd through the the European feeder is aware of the

market price of potatoes drops below A. P. Spencer, district gent for I Division, is anxious for the boy winter, in wintering stockers, and i IU I' fact that high-protein meal, while DOSE WILL.CONVINCE:

r 35 cents the pigs afford a profitabl he University of Florida Extension< in the Agricultural Clubs of each I a supplementary roughage for fatty; more expensive to buys is more eco- I Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the '

market: Division, reports that sections in tlellas county to hold regular meetings.. 1 1is It""ing cattle. Stover, too, is an exec nomical to use. Meal of this quality Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication j,.:.

The West Indian Yam and the other county are finding poult easier for the demonstration ages en\ feed for wintering cattle, especially is, seldom sold on the domestic1 markets ' Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis "

coarse fleshed varieties will be rofitable. A large number of people to discuss general problems with mature breeding cows. Neve 1 because the American farmer and other fatal ailments result from ..

found best for stock food if the potatoes in the southern part cf the county them, and each boy can learn how the'' huless, in many sections of the couiry i has not yet learned its value. Cottonseed Stomach Trouble. Thousands of ,;

are to be grown primarily for around St.: Petersburg have been sup- others pro carrying on their work'l where these products fre abu.v I and linseed. are perhaps the best Stomach Sufferers owe their complete .

animals. 'lying{ tourists with poultry product Furthermore, such meetings ,ant: little attempt is mod to take I known of the oil meals, but there are recovery to Mayr's Wonderful

and are clearing from $1.50 to $2 a opportunity for the boys to learn the I ,idvaptage) of their value for thoiturposes. se ithers the use of which as feed could Remedy. Unlike any otter for Stom-

MANURE LOSES STRENGTH: r bird for the year, on flocks. of 600( first principles of co-operation. be[ profitably extended. Both peanut ach Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Ro-

RAPIDLY IN SUMMER lo 1500. I Of an annual straw crcp of appro; 'end soy bean meal and cake, for instance bcrson and druggists everywhere. '

Most of them) have had trouble ;in BOLL! WEEVEL ARITHMETIC :mutely 120,000,000() tons, it is ertl- I are in good demari +.in Eu-

I The soluble plant foods and the organisms upplying feed, however. During the DEALS IN:- HIGH FIGURES; I mated that only two-thirds is putIts t pope. I II

are the most valuable con .\cruge season green feeds are not best use-live stock productioif I The efficient use of these and other t

stituents of mqnures. These are the' not hard to produce, but grains have Now, a boll weevil is an inconspic! I : the remainder a little more thanehalf : feeds discussed in the report is of the I It

ones that escape first from unpro been' scarce. Some growers are plating anus insect Just one little boll we I.. is sold or turned undt. and I. itmost importance to the American I

tected farm/manures./ The organism.. ,\ to g K w rice and, non-sacchaii n vii doesn't seem formidable. ( Grow the rent, 15 per cent'of the total t'rop] 'armer, it j is pointed out, because the I SAWMILLMACHINERY t

} are particularly important to Florid; orjirhums to supply ginms.' MS with boll weevil experience nnMmleged ' iM I burned. Burning u practically absolute I lay when close calculation in feeding/ ':,

Oils since they liberate plant foods 1 to object here. Loud objortions I waste, and although plowin was not necessary, is I in: all probabil- -
It is from these organisms that om it'NVANNEE: WILL SEND SIX is that AND \,:
are encouraged.) A dropped nder does contribute something: tosOil ty, past. Hereafter it likely

,;' of the.greatest benefits ill had by add: BOYS TO SHORT (,corns 'oini is nothing to cause worry-jusine : fertility, the benefit to th II'.nd access will depend upon ability to ALL SUPPLIES ('

s7 ing manure to the soil, l because thl'Y;: that died to the best Use all available t
> lopped form. nut suppose iM less than that which would be < put pro-

replace those leached out by ruin and Ruwounce county will have at I lea: t '01'm contains an'egg laid by the lonely !' from. the use of the Ftraw to 'lucts. A greater' knowledge of what Write For Prices And tt:

those destroyed by the sun. If manure !
is exposed to summer ram he given at the University of FlonJ if a gfeat deal of trouble. Now sup .staining permanent; soil fertility," : ihich they can be fed will result in :, et'

these organisms arc lost. in December. O. W. Caswell, count !' !lose that there is another dropper says the report, "none is so practit'alor !the elimination of neormous waste. ,}I
these"sa
J Furthermore, organIsms gent, in spite of his late start, has' form nearby which contains another BH easily available as that of fe dinK I I,

find working conditions most favorable nrolled twenty.five boys in corn club veevil egg. That makes a pair. Ir live stock." I Mrs' J. M. Paulk and daughter, I ,f

rt in summer. They have plen work. and he is after more. fifteen days the pair will hatch. Ir The average value of all kinds ofstrnw lira Myrtle, are here from Cairo, Ga., 't

ty of moisture and plenty of heat lie has also obtained a good list ofpriz.es. ilnety days there will be about 600- is placed at about $5 a ton. In for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. L.I Ask Your Grocer

They break down the raw material] Six scholarships have bee 100 weevils from that pair, if they dc many sections, of course, no such vcrstrcet and other relatives and i

of the manure pile and. render then confirmed and it is probable that two not have any bad luck and boll weevil price can be realized fo: it, and as a friends in this city. Mis.. Paulk is a' :iI I I

subject to leaching. lore will be offered. Among other lo not usually have bad luck.If latter of fact only about eight per ister of Mrs. Overstreet.

? The ammonia in manure is worth) prizes are two pure bred pigs. The that first inconspicuous insect pent of the crop actually' is sold. The I 4

:r' about twenty cents a pound. The cholarships and one of the pigs are hat was observed a paragraph age gure mentioned, however, may betaken CHEEfrNEAL'SCOFFEES i :
is worth more. The phosphoric LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your
even
potash
offered by local subscribers. lad, exercised her constitutional as representing the value to the
w' acid is worth about five cent: :
ight she laid not one pair of eggs farmer of straw if he will use it properly Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my ; t
t The soluble ammonia am
a pound. DOGS DESTRUCTIVE TO hut seventy-five pair?.. Consequently! in his farming operations I.IS husband of LaGrippe and Fever after

potash are the most valuable readil parts SHEEP INDUSTR the receipts at the end of ninety days fe ed or bedding:; In order to illustint the doctor's medicine and otber remedies : l lC'
of since they are ;
manure ihould be multiplied by seventy-five. how this may be done the report give failed." I I
1 vailable. They are the first to be carried -
; water fron Now suppose you were a businessman Even that does not represent the sit- three sample rations for wintering i a LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla Best By Every-Test '
y away by drainage
1l doing business on a margin of iation accurately No boll weevil eves reeding herd of beef cattle on straw Sold by Oiceola Pharmacy, 25c. 'i,1."i c
the unprotected manure pile. Exposure -
will rendei four per cent. Suppose that you lost: bought of going into a cotton field combined with silage, shock corn, and< -
!
during one summer hat four cent. It would be a ilone. Hence the number of weevils cottonseed or linseed meal. Anyone .
manure practically useless as a fer per result by the end of ninety said will .6..0..0..0. ...O..OO..O. . .6 . .. .. .. .. ...O. "
retty great loss, wouldn't it? Many hat may of' them rations, it is prove 'i
tilizer.
len have thousands of dollars invest lays is inconceivable.If onomical. They are a-> follows:

1 "plan, Under. .for saving certain this conditions valuable the source best d'which yield leas than four or ,eve any one doubts .what that familyf dons for Wintering. Breeding' Cow INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE I ILet ;

three cent. Yet sheep raisers of > boll weevils can do to a cotton'crop, Ration 1: FoundiHtmw _
ti to it the per ._ 10
spread on
of fertilizer
3 It is produced This, Florida paid a toll of, four per cent he> has> merely to ask, some of his Hinge" -- -,--,_,oCotto..d us insure your Life, your Health"your Property. .
ground as soon as had boll weevil meal and IIn..4meal .
L>4*>< is impracticable where less ,to t dogs in 1914. neighbors who .have -j--.-%_.-___.. 1R&tl..n '
however, industrials xperience. Then if he cannot. be- ZSKtrnw Information in regard property for .
I'than : animal
John M Scott,
lead of manure is produce . .__ _tn '
j each day.a Furthermore P, H. Rolfs, to the University of Florida Exp ri- ieve it he ran wait. Cottonveed. cake- or* oil"f cake- S sale and rent cheerfulfy given,. "

lent Station, calls attention to the E. S. Pace, district agent for the Ration S: . ___ 10 '
kF dean of the University of Florida College stinw uu In addition to fifteen other good companies we '
1 of the Florida University of Florida Extension Division h"l'k coi,'n __.. -._ 10 :;
that im thirteenth biennial report . m.--- 1 :
suggests 1 s
y of Agriculture, fntlonmt' i ( the well known t
now represent
1 In has been advocating destruction out
mediate application to such crops at Department of Agriculture. In this. connection it ill pointed ,.-

corn and cotton is also impracticable '914) there were 120,203 sheep ,value of dropped forms. In most sec- also that feeding straw in the winter: HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York .41

v Unless Florida soils arc occupied by ,at $286,700. The same report give ions the weevils are becoming nu- will insure under certain circumstan ::1:>> G. WAGNFR:
destroy
s unless is about to !the number of sheep killed by dog nerous, but it is never woo late to ces the full utilization of .Kummoipans. : r
a crop or a crop
r be planted it is not advisable to apply I that year as 4,897, a little more than them. The weevils in those In a numbtr of western elate Second floor Citizens Bank Eldg. Kl-ssimmee: fla. i

sr The land is four per cent loss. ropped forms will multiply) themselves it frequently happens that grass. !toeto if6"OOO'
1 manure immediately. sc I 150 times in about thirty days. unwilling 'o'oO'O' " 'fOOO"OO'O oooo 'o".o" ,. .:
+ that a great deal of the manure The: value of those killed by dog I i waste because feeders. arc !
porous -- -- -- -- -
; Is $12OHI.<; During the sam to the high prices asked for '
i rs
the given pay
will be leached before Fourth : ,
away Congressman Sears, of the )\
'period 1,53=\ animals died from din steers in the spring. With an abund ,
crop is planted. hearing the pleas of constituents -i
di"trict.
build shed I case. In other words the loss fromdogs 'nce of straw on hand to lessen thecost is
better is to
A practice a has called on to :
congress\
x was more than three times the UP-I' of wint ring, feeders can take<
it is
or pit to receive the manure as the sum of $40,000 for {
ropriate
'Io iss from disease. iv:\ntagr of the lower prices for,
it'can be Social
thin conserved Your
In
a produced. way I iostoffice building at Kisstmmee. Standing
is ready to saceive The climate is not ideal for sheep, ocker cattle in the fall and secure j
until
a crop Several since Congress gave its ,
but where they are well cared forth'2Y years on reasonable terms at that time.
it. I onsont to the measure that"called forn '
J} give fair returns on the invest I lough stock to pasture. all the grass: Demands Engraved Cards :
for
\ appropriation of $75,000 a pub-
ment. However, as long as dogs tak th 3 following: year.
Xj. ,
BAIT WILL CONTROL
POISON and
iiI' building at Apalachicola, only
a toll I of four per cent the sheep man I The produAion of corn !stover i i'' I
: : GRASSHOPPERS ecently the Postoffice Department WE HAVE ADDED A NEW ;
I must be handicapped just that mud bout twice that of grain: straw,
onsidered, and, We understand, ac- I nounting to approximately 245,000 LINE OF ENGRAVED ... ,t

Grasshoppers are always more or ,eptjd some property in Apalachicola
TRIPPING SPROUTS FROM 000 tons a year. A large per centagiII. .
r less destructive during summer. They pun which the building would be I bus Stationery Calling Cards
( .5) of this is fed than of straw,
GROWTITho 1 ,
RETARDS
usually feed on wild plants from the i CITRUS reeled. How soon the actual work I i astonishing.
the waste: is nevertheless
hatch until June or July. will Wedding Invitations Birth Cards
time they ')n the building commence no one
methods of feeding an
i For this, .
food becomes scarce andthey common method of pruning in touch with I poor
Then as this 'an tell, although those far the most
reach maturity they attack cul- young citrus trees is to koep tho side Hairs at Washington conclude that I onomical rgely responsible.method Of By handling corn i if is Announcement Cards

tivated They are especially branches rubbed off. A few crc lefthe two to three at least wille :
crops. rom years ensilage, but a's a matter of fac Engraved in the latest style and the
: destructive in regions where wild at; top to form the head. According required before the actual work on
\only 8.1 cent of the acreage was Sput finest of card and
lands are being brought under cultivation. to B. F. Floyd, plant physiologist egins.. Located in the Apalachicola per in 1914 the in paper.
in the silo year I
) to the University of Florida will be the the
building postoffice were made!. ASK TO SEE OUR SAMPLES
hick these investigations ,
+. In those sections where they become xperimcht Station, this practice i 1t IsI custom house and the offices of the:
mixture always successful. If nothing also. About( 11 per cent was cut for grapeed Price as low a* consistent with this high '
; troublesome the following ,, n > inspectors of steam vessels. It is
allowed to
ma
I and 81 cent v
3Y will be'tfetive: Bran, 20 pounds; I happens: to retard growth, the inted that the U. S. District Court I per It is the last portion class of work.
for
ture grain.
"t pans green, 1 pound; cheap syrup, 2 I anches left for the top will develop. will have offices in the' same buildig. that the greatest waste

quarts; citrus fruits, equivalent to six unfavorable conditions obtain, thetree Effort has been made to hasten lof:curs.the acreage Stripping the leaves from the Kissimmmee Valley Gazette ajc

r oranges. The bran and pans green may be delayed a year or two. the work on this building, but we are : alks to stand in the field until the j t

chould be mixed separately. The eitrns Sometimes the tree puts on additional met with the excuse of the department I' 1088 of leaves! and leaching have re \

: fruits, oranges, lemons, limes, side branches to overcome, the< ,t Washington that the ..reblI moved much of their fertilizing value, j

1 or grapefruitss, should be grated or unfavorable conditions. These an I sets have so much work on hand that all unthrifty methods. Furtherore r

ground whole and added to -the syrup tuklly rubbed off also in an attemp It; is impossible to get to the Apalachola are almost 4 cent of the stove) -- -- l
per
) is to make the tree This is ..neffort I three ,
with a little water. This mixture grow. building under two or instead of beina'

lA r--' then added to the bran and paris to make the bee do what i it years, and there seems to be no way la burned a potential, as though source, of revenue, i It-. WHEIjtE:' SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? :11

tE ffiwen mixture with enough water tot would not do naturally. Mr. Floyd to hasten the work. If Mr. Sears merely a nuisance to .be gotten :

( : hake a stiff mash. iggeaU that the side branches IN 'its favorable action on his bill, It wa to plowing. Insome
rid of as a preliminary \
recent lecture at the lowed to grow. A good growth 01:: take dozen to "
t According: to a will probably a years the of stoves
states centage
N. Wil- lower branches will be had, and thetop' brick the building > per
University of Florida by R I.y the first on new is higli
tluit is thus thrown away as : s;
United States Bureau of can be formed from thatn. Th< meantime citizens of Kisstm- P
In the
of the
ton
Sl i t or 8 cent; and the toW loss tot
per ,
i' Entomology, the citrus fruits are the upper pArt of the trunk should tx lee can live in hope if they die in from the practice is estimated -
bait and should pruaned away later, and a well! Times ie country ;
.<< of the espair.-Apalachicola : at nearly $15,000,000 a year. t'I':
l bn'oomltted The, mash, without rounded low-topT tree can bo had
:
not fron
results
daily To obtain satisfactory :
several from the remaining branches.. Ii Kisaimme is promised a
,the citrus was wed for years of farm roughage sue)I
,
the fall and the Dally feeding
in
r but. sine. the. any eases .this is the only way to obtain ewspaper !
with varying success: ,. bi,
must
Alley Gazette will have a good eirulation ..i straw and stover, they !
the bait3i&snceeufvl a good top.
added
tltrps fruits hare been in Osceola couot7.MulbelT7I combined with some form of concern :
time. 11 the branches are allowed to ere
.
: werlr trated feed. At the present time t
: or'cottofTieed''meal'niarbe aJolli'tb. trunk It'"will be protects '" ',Short, *': .. ,

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exceed two dollars per da.,. f4.,40'4.44444400444FOREST 'timber will not last many years. Urn ciatlons such a<" have'. "bfceir '..formed"I ,

Proceedings of -f, beforeat". board-on.which of questions It coming-was nec-up HILLSBOROOGH PCIRCUIT | PROBLEMS OF SOUTH* der proper methods, however the I elsewhere. I

1 ? nary to have ."lral'"advlca'th.. Board 0,, EY U. .$. CHIEF FORESTER 14'P Southern Appalachian region alone I Once the fire problem Is controlled

employed-J... .ensuing a year Cadel.. ;a. attorney forth 4.4,4.4 .4 4 ..+ 4 4.0.4 .. can: bo made to grow foimfifthi of the 'possibilities of forestry In the '

: the School Board The Board mnde an appropriation of When a
the hardwood timber wo now'require. South are almost unlimited.
-
: sao f.rlme for the corn club and also COURT CLERK
MO prize to the. canning club '_ ; There Is great, 'need,, said Mr.GYaves'for the people of "tne South wake up to
In before the ,
Southern
the an address k'
.-. Board fixed the ,
"4' County Superintendent' accordlnf allowed j Forestry Congress at Asheville on more of the states to pro the value of the resources 'at stake.
hoard'met par adjourn law at 8126 per month and .
The School vide'"for ,
ment of June nth. Inure. being present $200 for his incidental xpensi-a forth : July 11, Henry S. .Graves, Chief Forester fqre.itfir! prevention under. and take necessary steps to .prevent. :.
-tf.: AV. C. Bees, Chairman; J. 8. lit rat ton ensuing year, JOHN J. HAUPT; SAYS, .."MY the, Weeks: law in lio-operation with
; and Waller Bronsoti; alau. C. 13. Yowell, Trre.nupprlntenrtent. ftlo-1-Atewilied' estimates of the United States emphasized Iholr destruction and -wastethe.. for #
; of the .,j-.oiinls re- IS.AL--RIGHT. the. NAtional Government. The"lum

necessary
S:u Tht.e BORr.1 appointed James A. Locke aulred for the general school fund and STOMACH the Importance of the timber) ber companies should also combine ests of the South! may be .niade''tp, --i;
to
lOup'rvi..or of ''colored school No 11.l | l Tax District .funds. supply of the South and pointed .out
The following"; 'changes were made prevent Ares in their yield a continuous supply of lumber
Park holdings./ This ;
>
ei The pointed: and Mrs., V. J. Franklin were transferred uated. can, ,best be done by protective asso_ and'' other product! ._
'- i Hchool No. 16. St. Cloud-Mine 'Kath to the Whittier sphool and Mr. - wF
BlmOotin. 6th grade; Mlns Emma Harle Williams was t.. "Nowhere in the whole United -- mm. -
arine Robersonwas :;
Melissa l
4th grade; Miss Ruby. Bass, Snd pal at Tyson trade; MlHn Freda Itoollttle, 1st grade transferred from school' No. 4O. tec'e DrugStore last week to oUtiUnAndes. States," said Mr. Graves "cnn\the .
of. Minn' reined colored Narcoonsee to the Ashton Ir.racttca.l1y :
in School place No. 2, lmget...kes.-Mlsi. school. W. N. Zanders was appointed These people 'pr..nt inctud- naval stores industry or the protec
walk of life, ,
principal of the colored school No. lo,, every tion of hardwood timber be carriedon
r. (tae,h PeJIs.No. 1, Shingle-Miss Iva NipwonRrr North KlRstmme. In. place of H. H. .log many prominent citizens of the
McCtay ..resinned." lty and county, and a greet, many with the same natural and economic i''
School No. 10, Ua .vlir_Ml.a Helentichool O.. B. Woodall was appointed' Janltbrof of the number had something to say in' the Southeast '
,'( School No. 1 at a salary of 145 per bout Andes and the good results that advantages as New Stock of

No. IB Bull Creak-Mlai. Elate ; month.The Board proceeded to fix 'the they were obtaining' from Its uses. Forests occupy: more than half th

_. School nation No. IS TVaon Creek-Mrs.r monthly salaries; of the teachers, for among the large number of callers total land area of the South. Southern
.. the ensuing year as fallows: area John J. -Haupt. Deputy Circuit
Rhoda' I 1>uiaSilinol No. 20 North Kl...lmm..e (colored School No.: 1. Osceola High School:; Court Clerk of this county. Mr. pine is the principal softwood used in

)-11. H ray, Principal; Pearl Principal I .! ;'n..tJ2 and; assistant Latin 180 English! ; ;: Haupt .Is not only on the men oftffaJrs fully two-thirds of the country east Shoes Coming
aHHlntant; prlnclpar; SophltTtmmonu I10O; ; .
Johnson M. A. Johnson.School and ..b.i 176: 8th ala "'. IR6; 7thtrade : of the county but la s manofhlith of the plains. Backed by a supply of t tOUR
,
character and strict Integrity
No. 20 North KI..lmmeecoloredL ( A ;; 7th B and.AthTetlcs. "
( , u Jordan principal; 176; 6th Gth. 4th, Ird and Ind, and as one of his friends' expressedU some 325 billion feet of yellow pine

Hattie King a lntant.Hchool I $66 each his word U his' bond, like a great and about 20,000 sawmills the pine
No 40, Narcooaiea. (colored Principal primary teachers.department$60 each.176;: many more men who do office work holds. commandingplace recent sale practically wiped
assistanprmary Industry today a
Hoh r "on.Hchovl
Mell9fia be fixed and closely conn red he began to
No 28. nanseng-er-P. J. Salary for Science teacher to are
Franklin principal; Mr. J. Franklinaeslstart. later have some trouble with his stomach in the country's lumber market. out our big stock of shoes, but
School Woo t. $4S; School No. 8, $50 and constipation, and like every one By their very magnitude the forest .

School Tynon.No. SO New Bden-Mlsi.Mattie to School be. paid No. 4 out. $50 of; School the S.No.6.8 D. $46 No. fit 1 else who Has a similar trouble he was problems of "the South command attention we have a fine new line of goods

School No. 181. Deer Park-Mrs.* Eu- funds; School No. 7. $56. $5 to be paid endeavoring to nnd permanent relief "
RlrhardnonHchool out of the S R IX funds; School No.8. but up to a few weks" ago nothing ,
nlre No. 86, East Lake-Miss $40; School No. 9. $BO.; School No. ll that he had used gave good results, In addition to the value of he tim on the way and they will be ready
Edith NlnwoneerHchool $U; School No. 12 '50. $6 to be paid that time he began, to read
About
: No 82, Deer Park (colored) out of S' S. I). No.3 funds.;; School No ber the southern pineries said Mr
OnuldlnK. 13. principal. $90. $26 to be paid out of about Andes and the result that It for our customers in a few days
Cora The lionrd decided: to leavn'all othervacuricles the S S. 1>. No.8 funds: adulntnnt 160, I was giving others here In Tampa. Ht' Graves, furnish annually about 85
to be filled until the next >10 to be paid out ofhe. S. R I). No. decided to try 'It himself. lie. purchased million dollars worth! of turpentine
July Ird. 1916. 1 funds; School No. 16, $40; School No.
itirjfttnfj bottle and found same relief .
regular There being: rio further business' the 16, Ht Cloud prlnrl"al. $125. $26 to be I one -osin, etc. This income is in dangerof ,
until July a rei. 191A. paid out of the W S. 1> funds; then he purchased three more.
board adjourned W r BANS Chairman. assistant principal I $HO, 'I'toioIh; paid On his return last week he said: My becoming entirely lost through

Attest C. K YOWEL.U Supt.KISBlmmHe out of the H H 1>. No$75.1 funds; second paid stomach trouble' Is all right and I am failure properly to care for and perpetuate We are known as the Old Reliable
assistant principal. 'IIOPJ"c: h better In many ways than 1 I
fellng
Fla July 3. IU8. out of the B H i.. :; and the forests. j y
Tloaid met In regularMeHtiion. Seventh grades $65. $40 to t>.. paid out have for months. Words of pralue '
The .School H.ner bring present W.C.. of the a H n. No.1 funds; Hlxth Fifth.' coming firm citizens pf such high "The turpentine industry of southern Shoe Dealers of Osceola CountyCOME

Mass, "hiilrniHti J. St ration end \Val- Fourth. Third and First grades. standing here!' In Tampa/ will make France is man-made industry
of the a
Yowell Supt. each to be paid out .
E.. $10
ter lironnon Bleu! The minutes of the last meetingWere 'H S 1) No.1 funds School No. 18. $4 "The Master MrdIclne. A century ago the barren sandduneecould )
and approvedS $5 to be paid out of the H. H. I> No. 1 Andes In truly i
I rend, l.uiifer. County Treasurer reported fund.. School No. 20. North KluMm- ." No doubt you will find manyIn be bought at any price one was .
. colored principal. $55.; assistant who are closely confined
an followsTo 11'1.e Tampa the
Public Instruction Intermediate. $36.; pri willing to pay. Today poorest
.
the Honoj-aWe Board of principal $38.: have the same trouble that Mr.

In and tender for my'Osceola' report County.astretiHurer mart $36.. prlnclpul.: Schpol $45.No; 20.nniilatant.West KIsnlmmee. $35- that Haupt had aays A. O. Payne, and pine land covered with two-year seedlings SEE OUR NEW GOODS

1 herewith of Osceola county for (hrrnunth VclMiol' No. 21. $40, School No. 22. $1' all they need Is the right kind of tonic cells for $9.00. Stocked with rk
mmirarral School l No. 23. $45. School No. 2Rcol and system builder. They will and ,
Jun.
of worth and
School So. 2*. colored. $t' 30-year old pine it is $80
Faad.Halnnce .
( Hebool ored $35.;: tha4 Andre will not give relief but It
lam report.111,490 91 !School' No 27. $40. School No. 28. HasxenKer. tills with old $160 an acre. In
from the cause, and In way 50-year -:-
pnld
1 from Amount Lowell received eXBtnltiallon fvs_. 14 00 out of S S U. No. 4 fund "Hrhool/ No. gives permanent results. It site! at the this country the turpentine industry f.
received 1 from KIs- t9, $41); School No SO $4". School No. root of the disease, and 4t la! the,
Amount slinrnei Cltv. rite tax ___ J.224 44 31. $46; School' No 32. colored" Sfi only very practical, way to receive Rood results I has had the advantage "of a great natural
Amount r. ci-lv<*l from Tax.I'ollii'toi. !S<,hool No 15 $4( Hchool" Nn 4 l colored ;. should not the knowledge of forest. Instead of being founded 4
96 I out of th.5. H. 'C. COMPANY
nx. 10.19S .. $15, $6 to be paid I STANFORD.
.
No 41. 40Thf ( create conviction that oi
received from Taxim.iMl'H Is II No 2 fund. Kcliool these facts and preserved by the diligence \
Amount t> linnet" .414Th. time for opening therural stomach troubles. nervous Indigestion (man its destruction
_ n. _124.9M> 11Hy l m'hnoln and September 18ih aK of from constitution pulpntatlon ot 'about unless' steps are taken to per-
6? 'nin the schools -
23,115
list the lime for op '"r
warrants as per .
paid Kl eel lninne and Si Tend the heart gas forming on stomach I petuate it. The growing of timber .. ... ... II. rr
hnlntic.- __ -'.. -1.1.14 78HU The Hoard decided\ to hulld threechool after meals, shortness of breath dizzy: b. J' b..1\- .. !t b... "... 44 ) IN 'iii

Hy"' >*-.. .....>I llUtrlet N... 1. hmiau*. on'- nl HKBHVIII one nndhev tit. spells, no appetite, nervousness and for turpentine purposes is a profitable 1L
last report _ IBB 06 Hull ('r'-...< and one at Crah Ornii" and bladder
Balance from for liver kidneys undertaking at present. .
F Base deeplrseneas -- '
from Ta"Colleelor. lit the contract to N. - -- -- -- .
.
Am "nt received, taxes __________ 62 41 $700( each. Mr Race to furnish all mA- disorders, a few bottles of Andes Sixty-one per cent of the present. J
l'-rIAI* and paint houses all workmanship will make you feel like life was worth .. tGOO tooooooooooo.ooooooooooo.ooooooooo..o.'o
located
Z07 47 In rlrst claim manner I hardwood supply of the country is :
Hy luimnre ._ - lo be done : tb.. living again. It brines color to pale .. !
for
, "Muh.hrb.ol' I l l.trlet No. 2.Halance .168 06 The' ptchooln n..d al flXffl five Ihe months length, the term cheeks; and the sparkle of vigor end, in the ;South Mr. Graves' pointed TRADE MARK REGISTERED. +

from taut report rural later If there be sufficient health to the yes. Andes will be' of the most
1 teoeivert from Tax to lie lengthened I out. Moreover many
I Amount 1nxen __________ 106 18 funds on hand shipped to any post or express offlceV
Collector further liunlness the of the important hardwoods are supplied PHOS L.IME
r... There bring no 7th In the state upon the receipt )

Total r;.-nl---i-.r-fl.l; 161 7 24 19 Flonrd 1916. adjourned, to meet August. purchase price of -V n-"sr i1*" V1 _1'1_- wholly by the southern forests. The

Hy paid ti. ..eu..tw 65AA: :;. \Appalachian region now produces

balance ____ ______ 2S< 05Nahaea..l 40044000004040 .) Andes Prescription so highly recommended .FOIE
hardwoodsused
By n of the
Dl.triet. N.. a. about (flfty per cent
Balance from last report __. 1.426 08 WOOD WASTE EXCHANGE O by John J. Haupt Deputy I in the country, and forms the Ia

Amount Collector received, taxes _from___ ___Tax_' 745 IS 1-0- WIDELY USED. 4 Circuit Court Clerk of Hillsboro chief remaining source of supply. At LAWNS '
is now on sale in Kissimmee
_ __ 2.171 tI6 000000400000400 county the present rato of cutting the existing -
Total n 617 76 by the Corner Drug Co., the exclusive '
per list
By paid warrants a* 1 supply of high grade hardwood e

By balance ____________ 1.BS4 20 Wa.hington.ruivo use by agents. "PHOSUME carries a large percentage of (moisture which }

n. eh-Neh.al. Dlatrtrl _N*. 4.1.646 IX) I lumbermen and wood-working factories has been repeatedly demonstrated'" practical UN to keep
from last report n of Sanford FOR THE BLOOD
Balance Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Brynn, NUMBER 40 '
from Tax wood wasttx exchange con-
the ,
Amount received 45 9& and well nourished the LAWNS which was used.
tOt it "
_
Collector, taxes ____ ____ I I ducted by the Forest Service is reported who were guests .at the West- *).. green on

Total ____ ____________. 1.7B1 110 78 17 by official who have just com- rail boarding house) for several days Expels scrofulous humors from the IMMEDIATE' DELIVERY .

By paid warrants as per list chile Mr.. Bryan was looking after blood which cause constipation ma- '
to determine -
short field study Prices T. O. B. Phoslune. lass In Bags
_..1 l.'ll 41i pleted a .
_
' By. balance .DUtrlet..*__ N: *. -.. the extent to which the opportunities business Interests anA Mrs. Bryan visited lan rheumatism, sores, vicars, pimples tCAR *

Balance.Y-seM.l from last reportu-, -11j 29" offered are being'taken. adJ relatives and ,friend, returned etc. ,Get it at .eeo1a Pharmacy -
> Tax LOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD
j 11t .j mount!. ,_received. ... .from__.... II si vantage of. Only a small per cent of homo Saturday. i on a guarantee: ) to satisfy. I D I
--.--
II.-Y; : ;: . lu.nJ $9.0O Per Ton $10.0O Per Ton .w
r.-- 'SVaSr _____- 13G2t :the total number of concerns listed -" .
as p..r -L I comparatively .r
,
"S'y were "visited, but a ...

a 1 By balance, .___________ 161 5s.bs.l ,large number were found Ito have r WWITI row sooKLcr '
N.. S.
'
f"o. .. from _last I Dletrlet report- 114 61 benefit by the exchange. "
Balance from Tax FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & UME GO I IBOX
Amount Collector received taxes -_ 40 It Makers of wooden novelties it is .

114 87 said have been particularly successful 462 OCALA fOJlUDA i
--
By balance in finding supplies<< of materialnear
examined and cancelled WATERS & CARSON CO. KUsimmee Agents
Warrants were : their plants. Other wood work-

u..r.1 In open ftrfcAplNos neanlon......d as-follows.BS., ing industries have been able to dis- .. . . ... . . .................. . ... . . ..... . . ..

1311 MHZ 1413.1370. 1414.1S7K. MIS.I8R2. 1409 1418. pose of their waste at higher prices

1410. 1411. 1412, 1420. 1421. 142? 1423. otherwise have ob- Call 'Phone -
1417. 1-4-HI 141R 1427. i4JS, 1429.. T4.VI I'han they could
1414, 142B. 14ft. 1417.143ft. ]located
1434. 1435. 1486. tained. Many of the firms were -
1431 1434. 114g. 1442., 1443.. 1444
; 1441. I4SO. 1451. 1452.14M. I within 'a short distance of each
144R. 1446. 14 H. 1444. FO RESALE CASH PREFERRED
14B4. Hrr.. 14 Id., 14.67 145i.( 1469 'other but until recently have had no ---

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1460.. S 1461.l I> No 1469.117 147RH It" Vo 1462 'I.way of getting together.The .

H. H I). No 3-16177 Nos 1401.( wood waste exchange was established i Three Lots located 'in residence portion of St. Cloud
14 n. 14(14.H (
1404.
.
K. U. No. 4_$\\2O 27.O"R. 14C.6. by the Forest Service ,in '
1468H<< ; Florida north of railroad, within easy distance of business
.
Nos 140S lists of
of two manufacturers -
S T>. No. 613027. 1914. It consists
T l
14IK Hills 1467.were nr>**roved and warrants: which are sent out quarterly i part or town. 75 foot front by 150 foot depth. Plenty of ,|

follows:: desiring them. One t'
Issued as to
_125 O41471W persons
C. I':. 'Yowell( salarv for. home.
1470- room
Sell
to ,
C II""". meinhrrhoard of these is of "Opportunities --
___ *8 bi<*
_ :
meetings VALLEY GAZETTE::
two Stratton. same- p_- 13 1541475J Waste" and contains the names of Apply
:: B 10 00
1473-Walter T'r..nRon. same firms which use sawdust and small )
-
KITVIres
1474-Miss canning Alhlna; club Smlh.__ __P _'_ 60 00 nieces,) of wood. This list is sent to I'r "f
-
147B-W.of U.note Pat-terson_ __ pa-20.000> tl 0 plants having waste for sale. The
m..n' ud

1476 note-State_ ,Bank, ___ _1_ _mo.____tilt._ port-__ 20 00 other is of "Opportunities the to of concerns lluyWaste" / "H""V." :'"''"''''''o''::::.", :'"':::::: ,q=ml )
supplies
1477Oscoola lldw Co and gives names I
HO147S
School No 1 __ u_ Ifi of. i
SR to
treas com. 72 which have waste dispose
.
upfer.

1480Mlss 1479--J 8. SA HarrietVllcox Pad"). ""' serv's., grad-_._ 10 9 on 00 This list] is sent to firms who wishto Protection and. 1 \I



1481 same InK-Miss com.___ Armenia_ _ __"_"_I.eitner___l same- --. 9 9 00 00 There buy material.is no charge for the service "So the People May Know"The Service '

Smith
wishesto
who
1411-Miss Albina Im-'tls BO 00 and any manufacturer

1484 14113---O.< K.n Woodall.Yowell 8 labor mo. dray 14 00 have his name added to either list

14KB-A. J. Nystrom&16( can
and charts School Valley Gazette's desire to 'i
1486-C. li. Bandy: "'f"-? tai col- 20 07 Service, Washington, D. C. A list of print alt the news all the time, but An account with the Citizens -

1487 tor H.: H L. 1)Lupfer No. corn.treas.. 8 61 waste problems which the exchange unless items are sent In by phone Bank of Kissimmee is j 1 :':

B 8.S0. No --__----__maps, effective means of card or letter, we cannot hope to get t "
has proved an :
148-A. J. Nystrom Vi 2 Co. II S< it alL If yon know of any item e>f advisable, assuring protect /
No -
'-
globes. ---- also be obtained by anyone .
charts Fur. Co parton meeting can The Valley Gazette will be very
School news t
149-library Union 8 S. No. E1190C. _____collector ___- 40 96 who cares to ask for it. glad to print it. tion for all funds and a b 2 .;
tax '
L. Bandy 11 No.com.t ___u___ 6 01 service of worth. s >
8. B UutM 1 Unr Tents. Club, Society Lodge. Church or proven.
1491-8. L* Ijupfer, com. treas.a. 2 BS lag-Fes, A..... Effect**

2.v.Ri..NO Gazette i : ad.plec'tn DOM) Iot""Mt"| Distort tile Stomach. School notes; people going deaths away or or Come in and consult with t s -

?- ]4 8. 8 D. No. 1 ____________--- 7 SI la addition to other propertiesLax-Foe coming back; marriages, visitors
concerning
: 1491-P. M. Kdrls.1 labor school. / 00 contain Cascara is acceptable form a building births operations Items real estate deals.ne.fhbors ocr officers regarding your I +.i
SS.S.No Lu-Foa
.4-C.. L,. Bandy. corn,tax collector 31 00comra atimalattagLaxatlTvandTaiiic.and doe not griper not moving in or going out, and banking requirements. ?
effectively
acts
I
No. ----
8. n. ----
8L The
that will make n
stomach. At the same time, it aids &
1 '6-8. L. I.upfer 14.61 disturb
its
.!vRi.ooset .,- C elec: ;; digestion,-isetheuyer.udsecretions Valley Gazette more interesting to -
149. 6015 50c.: readers. \ :
s. ____ and restore the healthy-function "j
Bandy. corn. tax col I
1497-C
L.a D. No. 4 __ ______ ? 111492S. The Valley Gaxette's motto is: "So
8.
lector U I-upfer. com.. treas. NOTICE FOR BIOS. the People May Know" and to thatead
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S. a D. No. 4 ask cooperation."HeipusboostKissimmee".
tai collector' Notice Is hervby given, that In pursuance we your a
1499--C. a!. Bandy B. D. No.com.t ________ 1 67h' of a resolution adopted by the .
: of the City of Kissimmee. Flo.--
corn treas. Council -
1500-a 1* Lupfer. '__ 1 11 4th. 1916, the Council '
D. No. 5 ______ -- Ida, on January .
a
4. 1,01-C.R..leetor.1.- I* Bandy>. tie com.4 _lax____col-___ 1 1C of said. office.city will In the receive City Hall bids at at K'.Imme. theC'erk' .- SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT ,

... ....-- coin treaa. .. Fta. at 7:10: p. m. on Tuesday.August .
.I-if"DL.No. : --__--- 1 H1504Valley 1st. 1916, for the construction
a below: .
Gazette,adverUe- of
__ 00 'sr.We) Lineal Feet by 4
lag election S. S. D. No. 11__ Mitchell t'

11GVall. OaseltS'. '01110. auR.aa S'O, Feet lIabett WI"Street, 400 Lineal :Feet by 4 ARTHUR: E. DPNEGAN, President r
rintlag
Wiii .. '
: raton
: "Wid -
14 Vt
250 t. Ban II" .All bid to be addressed lo Council PAUL K. WEAVER Cashier.
i4r 1600-.W..7'orter.----------,.60 00 of the City. of KUaJ&mee, car of CityGjorlc. L ,
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< s
** 4 .
'
', Na 4 tip eaeasred .before.uPB..I.or tll. Board and Br order' of Council w I.... : : -- -- :

ported. )that'I 'the-,10&4.'rpot_of..41t10.lha .,school. ,TMHoard '*'i..l,' th was q 9)er
cup .lr..t. Jillft toibav.,tha bOnus..1 :" perk ot the Clty of_KiMlmrn --- r ,.', l-1, -------t--' ls 7q
,sot.la
:"svsroe, .Ne. l.boe-tor..ams .7// .- >, I .
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: '&. .THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, "FRlDAYJULYI, 1919.l IIt


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: EVANS RELICS WANTED BY
POULTRY RAISERS TO FAVORS NEW BOY'S CLEVER ESSAY



$ Society, Notes &" \ : GATHER, AT ORLANDO', COURSES :SCHOOL ON. NEWSPAPER. EDITOR :i HISTORICAL, SOCIETY ;


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I (Mali!. Belle Harris Editor.) foods for children} ,
:' necessary young
I All who are in any way interestedin !: important M: .. ). Casler, one of KIs8im w The, St. Augustine Institute of'' A' I-
The 'serving of meals is a I :
poultry :and. pet 'stocK, whether for very well-known citizens, likes a joke. He Science and Historical Society has "10

F.Is mad. to all patrons>> of tie Valley Gaictte to tend items! fancy or utility -use,' should by all ii.cetic part Science of the department work of:!the Many Do. appreciates the funny side of life. Recently I,written the following letter to the .

Events '0 tie Editor for publication: in diet coliims. means plan, .to attend the next meet- girls learn at'home to serve meals in while reading a newspaper ;'r Valley Gazette: '

ing of thej Central Florida Poultryand printed in New York state ho came Dear Sir-The War Department
: .
the but must |

. _. .. _. . . . . .. .. .. II. .. -. .. -. .. I I. II. I II II .. I .4... ., Pet, Stock Association, which will proper manner, we who remember across' a clever boy's essay on the having given permission t.o.the SttI .
.w -- ---- - - - - - - - that there are others I .
be held in Orlkndo on August 1, 1910.Orange teditor. He brought the
newspaper.,< Institute of Sciemce and
'
have 'not had such and.t Augustine ,
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH. her pleasant homo on Lake street, advantages, 'offj.' I 'I
county's Agricultural Ad- Gazette
article to the Valley
: Historical Society to uso the case-
Saturday afternoon. Mer ry chatter would be a godsend to them to ba
visor will be present and give an address -6 and had quite a good laugh over it. '!rates in Fort Marlon, that organization !- ;
L ... school at, irtd pretty fancy work occupied the r..&)le. learn the "ins" and "outs" ot
For July 23rd Sunday on "Poultry Feed! and How to In order that others may laugh with .
famou -
in the .
attention of the guests during the afternoon properlyserving meals in their own is now installing .
10 all children .
; a. m. Attention given which was concluded with delicious Grow It. Mr. Baker is well versed homes. him, we print it as follows: I old fortress a collection of relics, hlll'Itorie -

entrusted to us. Preaching by pastor along the lines of growing auch'feed v "Newspapers are'sheets of paper
The of foods is and prehistoric, also objects of
refrekhments. of peach ice cost becoming mere
at 7:30 p. m. Subject of the sermon and the information which he will set on which stuff to read is printed. The and
cream and cakes. and more a perplexing problem, and ,interest to the student of Geology
: will be. "The Power of the Personal forth will be worth a great deal to men look it over to see if their names .
.
Those present were: Mrs. -J, L. the girls in our school must learn Natural History aa well its many
Wednesdayevenlngs
Touch. Prayer meetings those interested.At in it. I don't knowTiow -
I' Ladies of the) Overstreet Mrs. D. S. Marks, Mrs. J. not rrly how to be able to purchi.:? are newspapers I I other subjects. Thin collection aims
at 7:3,0 m, the last held I don'tthillk
p. meeting, July 11, came into the world.
at 2:80 R. Bronson and daughter Johnnie, the hcht toods for the least mo:. !y, i,to cover everything of historical and
church meet on Fridays nn egr show was carried out, in a God does. The Bible says noth-
Mrs. Milton Pledger, Mrs. W. H. Morrow but thoy oujht to be able by sY4'e- scientific interest in the Stpteof Flor- ..
this meeting is
p. m. The object of small way, and prizes were awardedfor ing about editors, and I never heard
Mrs. John Reeves and guest, I matic ttJculul'un to plan the whole ida. The- fort is, of course, absolutely -
benevolent.
and
social, devotional the heaviest dozen hen's anda of heaven. Thi first ed-
for the of Mrs. Aaron Reeves, Mis.\ A. Cotter- eggs food /e.h..lo' .for the home ona bu-i one beingin fireproof, so that whatever is .
stands
glory _
This Chapel rcond prize for the darkest dozen tor I heard of was the one wHo wroteup
man and daughter Elizabeth, Mrs. H. ness like basis. given or loaned to the society will he
the Lord and the good of'men. Come eggs. While this was the first show the flood. He has been here ever
: welcome awaits M. Porter, Mrs. M. I. Stout, Mrs. W. j Plain cooking is what is being perfectly] secure: against file.
and
f its kind
you. ) ever attempted at this since. Some editors belong to the
V V V D. Burkam, Mis. H. A. Colton, Mrs. taught in the best schools, and I here The society feels that in soliciting .
time of the year, great enthusiasm church and to raise whis-
some 'try
I FOR MR. AND MRS. FRAZURE. Lesley and daughter Margaret, Mrs. serve notice that if Domestic Scienceis articles of interest for its collecton,
was shown by member and hell in their
every a kers.! All of them raise
i I. McPhatter, Miss Nina Brattonv introduced into our schools the time either by loan or gift, it in offering a
great; many points on good eggs were: neighborhood. Sometimes the
I Mi i. W. El: Harris and Mrs. S.: B. Mrs. J. J. Woodall, Mrs. H. M. Brat- of the pupils will not be taken up in paper !safe refuge for mnunrmrjlile articles
brought out by the talks and exam- dies and then the people are glad, but
Aultman will entertain this evening; ton, Mrs. L. II. Ingram and daugh. ples shown at the meeting.The learning to: make "fudge" and other it Editors of historic and scientific value that '
some one starts again.
k from 7:30 to 10 o'clock at the Hart ter Irene, Misses Ruby Whiddan, such things. up otherwise run the risk of being lost.
nextmeeting, as stated before went to school because editors
never
I f Memorial in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle Collier, Dollye Alford, Mrs. J. Under the head of Clothing comes I Due) acknowledgement] and credit will
will have for its principal speaker never licked. Our is a''
.c C. M. Frazure, of Miami, who are the D. Jeffords, Mrs. -G. L. Hammack and the selection and buying of materials, get paper be given contributors. Notify the society -
Chas. H. Baker and will be in
the mighty one, but we take it so
poor
j guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. W. daughter Lilla, Mrs. O. B. Sciver Mrs.E. the making; of clothing ad the care when sending; either by exprjas
nature of a demonstration of the value ma can put i it on the pantry shelves j
B. Harris. E. Wells, Mrs. W. R. Tyner, Mrs. and renovation of clothing. or parcel po t. <:
of the different feeds for
the raining
Our editor don't mount to much, but
Mr. and Mrs. Frazure were residents T. J. Woodall, Mrs. John Spreng and Many women spend large amounts .> The society bviiifr incorporated
of poultry. The time for the said he had a chance when he
of Kiss trtme.. for many yeais and all Mrs.J.. L. Beaman. each year for clothing, and yet never pa poor makes it entirely responsible' -St.
is and Will
meeting 7:30: p. m. be heldin wan a boy. He without under-
I their old friends are invited to meet The hostess. for the next meetingwill seem to be well dressed, while others, goes I Augustine Institute of Sc; rca. and
the San Juan Hotel, in the Boardof clothes in the winter, wears no socks
them. No formal invitations have be. Mrs. H. N. Bratton at her by knowing; how to make and reio- I I Historical Society
Trade offices, in Orlando. and has- a wife to support him. Pa
bezn issued and the affair will be in home on Brack street. vate dresses, hats, etc., are always J
Everybody come. We .want to get has not paid his subscription in five I' '
I the nature of a public informal re- V V ;I lieatly dressed, while the total cost of 'iH4I) CHECK )DISEASE) IH : ;1
i.tter acquainted with our neighbors. and don'tintend to.
y.ears
ception. MISS BASS ENTERTAINS.Miss ( their wearing apparel i is almost I'I HF.COMIM: :';'; AN: EPIDEMIC .

I *. jligible when compared with ,I'
I neg'j LIVE STOCK :MARKET. .
KERMATIC CLUB. :: Helen Bass was n charming CITRUS FRUIT CASES those who have never learned the Washington Out) of ,,',- -ly 10- ,.j

hostess Tuesday evening, entertainingat I cret of econonW and taste in mattersof I who, }li.mmain i J.tain..1
National] Stock Yards 111, 000.000 ( ('))(> I'IIoI'S I I .
J 1- The members of the Kermatic Club her plearant] home on Church dress. (
'hek ,' jnfs, i, national, 1
) n.
( ang an
I enjoyed a pleasant meeting Monday street in honor of her cousin, Miss DECIDED BY COURTSTwo j Our girl ought to he able to make Todnj'n Receipts.Cuttle July( .IS, IJUfi.\' I bank1-: there hii, hecn, ,i i .'\ erae' of1.1MU :,

:. '$ afternoon at Mrs. BuHock'e studio op l Myrtle Paulk, of Cairo, GJ., who is | not only] their clothing] ; for regular _ _ __ _ !frOOOHogs I !! pro' -tnl;! "clu'ck& i wived' daily .

.f.' Clyde avenue. The hours were industriously visiting i in the city.A w''-''r, but it ought to be a source of - u -
recent decisions of the Su- ___ _ _ _ 70OO( /) I for the lat three rnmths) ) for an aseiage -
i "pent in painting; and the pink and color motif PI'I'ie with them that they can also - u .j,
gretn was .
4 n)rine Court of Florida are of much Cattle-C'ompared with the marketa dally total of $141.70 1 I (), ai 'oi''-!I-
4 afternoon was concluded by refreshments used in the decorations. Shades Make. their dresses for l
in graduation. l'oml'l
r [interest and importance to the citrus I week ago today, the general trade I j lug! to figures compiled by the< |
of iced tea and cake served by these Under the of
t, colors] masked the lights! Heading; household
f of the State. tioller of the The largost ."
growers Both decisionswere shows a decline of 25c per cwt., while : currency
;" the hostesses, Mrs. Bullock and Miss throughout the rooms and on the ver ruinagement comes selection and up- | ; ,
,, ,
in total for the three month wan in :
cases brought against live two weeks ago it is :25c! low on !<
'\ Mildred Lee. Mrs. Eugene Bryan .anda. of household teer"I
Pink in basketswere keep furnishings keeping
roses pretty
!New: York where :! dusks with
State Plant Board in connection with 60e to 75c ]lower on cows and :1,187 a I
will assist in entertaining at. the next used in abundance and the table household accounts, and planniii ,
.f the work of eradicating citrus can- stuff and calves and yearlings, and face value of more than: $1,000.000were ) .
: meeting. Those attending were Mrs. > where punch was served was banked II household work. Many persons of t ,',r red
ker. 25c to 40c lower stockers.i.uoLaLIons1c.iIiing I protested Philailelphi.i protect-
1? Gay Livingston, Mrs. Luther Farmer, in vitn'th! have taste in on. ,
roses and ferns. no furnishingtheir .. .. .. 0.' _. I l 1,036 for Bo.ton '
In one case the owner of a citrus / cattle: Choice $181lt; 1,00 .:
J Miss Mildred Lee, Mrs. Carson Fart An amusing contest occupied the houses, while other persons it
for $127fi03 Chicaipi 8rC. for $18-:: p
rove requested an injunction restraining to prime steers, $6.75' to $7.25; me- ;
;, mer, Miss JOlK'phineReynolds, Mrs. attention of the guests when Miss poor circumstances have refinement ,,\ '
04fi, and I'lttxburg 80( !) for 419.! 4' .
the i inspectors of the Plant dium to good grass steers, $5.50 to$6.Ofl
W. J. Fripp! Miss Carolyn Fripp Mrs. Amy Makinson exhibited in the selection and
1 lI was presented witha arrangement -
banks !<[ :! '
Soard from inspecting his propertyfor ( ; common to medium grass Country reported fi232 protested 0, i
S. H. Bullock and Mrs. N. C.
Bryan. book of
fl as a reward for having the furniture pictures,
r'\\ citrus canker) alleging1 that the steers, $5.00 .to $5.50; canncis, $400),) checks for an aggregate of 'I
: most list etc. It is the aim of the
complete of answers while rugs, pomes- .
:; MRS MORROW TERTAINS. Florida Plant Act of 1915 authorizing to $5.15; cutters, 4.40 to $4.85; medium I 3389771. Overdrafts in nil! national '
:
} : ti. :Science::
I Leroy Lesley received the consolation. : department to give everv
such inspection, was unconstitu cows, $5.00 to $5.50, with fat I, banks amounted to $6,994,000 on the

.1,) Mrs- H. W. Morrow entertained a I Progressive conversation proved an tional. The Circuit' court of Dade girl such a sense of proportion and refinement cows at $5.50 to $6.00; light weight j first day of May.AUCTION .
amusing diversion and an informal :in these things that her
;:.1; I number of friends Monday afternoon county held the Plant Act. to be con bulls, $4.50 to $5.00; heavy bulls, $5 II
musical program was enjoyed by the house will indeed be a home. Few : SALE MOMMY.
Lb; at her home on Mabette street in hon stitutional and sustained a' demurrerto to $6.75; yearlings, $4.50 to $4.75;
guests. Fallowing the delicious women !:now how to administer
f: or of Mrs. Ella Paulk, of Cairo, Ga., program such bill, and upon an appeal, the heretics, $a.5O to $6.00; light veal I
houxrhr-Id Tennessee and
peach ice creamand home finances, but that is bec.iute Georgia bones and
Ilj, who U visiting: relatives in Kssim- Supreme Court affirmed the decisionf calves, $6.00 to $10.00.
j
I made cakes were served by the hostess thin part of their education has mules to go under the hammer in Or-
I mee. the court below.In Stock Cattle (tick free-Good to j
.' who was assisted by her mother, been neglected. As I have said He I lando at J. P. Magrudcr, .lr, stable,
; The time each the other certain choice thin
was spoilt; by lady case nurserymen quality steers, $6.00 to
;1" Mrs. W. C. Bass. Punch was served fore, the woman is the spender in the next Monday, July the 24th, at 1 p. m.
,. working at pine needle basketry. The whose citrus nurseries were located $8.59! ; medium to good, $5.25 to $5.75;
throughout the evening.At".the home, mid .hI!j pbove all others ou \ hostess served punch, ice cream andy within one mile of canker in- common to medium, $5.00 'to $5.25,
.... party were: Misses Helen to be taught how to spend to the best Friday morning, ;July 21st, with one
\\.1&koe. Cscted and hence under with good quality stock heifers $5.00to
property, .
Bass Lilian Prentiss full load of horses and mules
Maude Alice possible advantage. direct
"
# : At tW party ,were Mrs Ella.Paulk, quarantine by the proylsions of Rule $ .0O.
Wagner, Mattie Belle Harris : The keynote of domestic science from Tennessee and.Georgia. In ,
. Cairo, Ga.:, Mrs. ,Lano Paulk Mrs. L. Myrtle 5 of, the Plant Board, filed a bill to ga-The trade today is lOc high
Paulk of and domestic' Jn the achoola'of load are' 10 horses *
Cairo, Ga., Maurine Dana, art and 16. mules;tr--
. U.IiigraniMrs.D.W.... Drawdv, Mre., enjoin the enforcement-of such rule, er than yesterday top $10, with the
Ethel Gilbert Edna. Schweikart; Eth- : t.hi.i country fa efticlency'nd economy -<, good as were ever"'shipped fo Orla) (
H. A. Colton, Mrs. J.'R.: Bronson; Mrs. and praying for its modification so as bulk of the good hogs, 170 Ibs. and '" :
el Lee, Helen Jonfcs, Josephine in household administrates They consist of heavy draft horses 't'-
Reynolds ,
: 'J. Stow, )Mrs. M. D. Alexander, Mrs. to permit the movement of nursery i-pward, $9.75 to $10; rough hogs, J
Amy Makinson; Mrs. W. C. Bass, Nineteen counties in Florida now farm horses, matched teams, fancy
J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. Hyatt, Mrs. stock situated within an infected zone, $9.35 to $9.50; 140 to 170 lb. hogs,
Messrs. A. W. Gustus, Earl Morrow, have this work in forty-one of their drivers- and saddlers. The mules con- ;
Milton Pledger Mrs. II. Morrow. though 1 such nursery stock might T9.36 to $9.70; pigs, from pee-wees on
H. O. Brown, Ralph Bearden, Charles school!?, and the work is only just be sist of matched and Mingle mulej,
The came twelve ladies are irvitedto have been subject to infection, if in up to 140( lb. weights, $8.50 to 940.
Persons Nat Carson, W. C. Bass, Jr., gun. Bar tow and Lakeland to the weighing; 1000 to 1400 founds, with ..'
spend next Monday afternoon with fact it did not show, upon inspection National Live Stock Comminsion Co.
Earl Cowger, Roscoe Robinson Leroy south of us, and Orlando to the north, shape and quality. Thin htock is all "
'
i; Mrs. L. H. Ingram. I evidence of infection. To this bill : '
/, V V, V. Lesley] Murray Overstreet, LaMar -, t the attorneys for the Plant Board I havr established these courses, and i Last week 681 steers were shipped I 1 thoroughly broke and acclimated. /

v JWRS. COMBS HONORED.Mrs. Frazure of Miami. almort without an .exception the more I I1I'1g from Kissimmec to Texas where they Anybody wishing to l buy at private '1
f fat filed a demurrer, contending; the Cir- I'
; - at at | >i<8sive schools are falling in will be placed in pasturage for several ,sale or exchange can do so any time
'-uit court was without jurisdiction to
J. D. Woodbeck entertained MRS. WOODHECK HOSTESS. I llil.e. I would not advise putting; in weeks before they are butchered 1 liefore the auction sale next Monday ,
Control the discretion of the Plant
----=. course just because other and FT6ridaY noon. fall at the ..
the members of the King's Daughters'class any some probably sent back to Htablo and look
Board or review its findings, or to
of the Methodist Sunday school Mrs. J. l. Woodbeck delightfully the relief and that I school has done so, hut I believe with Western beef.-Apalachicola Times.I I them over Sale .positive, rain orshine. r
grant
entertained the :St.; Cloud Card prayed ,
Club I all my might that Kissimmee ought I Ii .
Tuesday afternoon at her! home one there was no equity in the bill. The i The of Lockhatchce Ranch .
owners ,
last
Friday at her home on Brack !I to hove courses in Domestic Science'
Brack street and the members of this
class street. The guests came over in the '"ircuit court overruled this djmurrer, and Domestic Art installed at the 1 I near Sanford, have punhscd 1 a largo The Bank lor' Plant City has remod- f:
and their teacher Mrs. G. D.
,4A basket, of morning and brought a picnic lunch.In but the Supieme court reversed the ( opening of school on Sept. 18th. tractor for use in cultivating; their 1 led its !iiuililing making it one of the ;..

Wagner, prepared a pretty the afternoon Mrs. Woodbec.k decision of the court below, holding; '11. M. EVANS. lands for crops for tho cattle and 1 liandMomest bunk liuifdmjrs in the

4I presents which were presented to Mrs. served punch and cake. that such bill did not state any 18th 1916.REMEDIES will raise the bulk of their feed.MayStout. !tate.
July
I ,
Combs, formerly Miss Alice Jackson, .
grounds, for rblief and thatno ------- - -- - "
: equitable \.
Tho'-- :Mrs. W. H. D. --- -- -.-- .
I present were: L.=
who was a member of the class before "
Clark Mrs. C. B :Marine J. P. facts were alleged; showing that FOR "CIIIGGERS. 1'1.':" _
her When the Mrs. I -r--- -itit "'" --.It.e- 6 6 ...___ '
: marriage. guests had - - ---- -- .. ..
IChunn 'he State Plant Board, in making and r -V- '
:Mrs. S. N. Porter, Mrs Faris, ;
assembled Mrs. Combs was placed] nforiing; Rule 5 had exceeded its 'If bath in hot
in
Mrs. Durham, :Mr. Ilednck Mrs. ; au I a water or water
Ely, '
1'i. before a her table and the bagkbt presented :Mrs'j-'erguson, Mis. Cndjl l. Mrs. Aultman. thority. containing; salt or strong soap, is taken .; Lumber Co. !
to with a few appropriate
I within few hours after
Mrs. Henry Aultman received a exposure -I
." 'words by Mrs. Wagner. The time MORE BIG PIGS.; '.in shrubbery and weeds infested I
the
first hand embroideredapron. .
.I prize, a DEALERS
Vraa then spent examining the dainty IN
with "chiggers, or "red bugs, no ill I

: gifts, many of which were useful. gifts To The Valley Gazette: As I readin effects will be experienced. After a I

I" and acceptable to a young house- your last week about Mr. House Building! Materials of all I
paper
however bath has
> -0. <000.. -0.0.. .. > -: .c. <00 .:0 . long exposure, a' .
keeper. The guosts then enjoyer: refreshments CAMPBELL. Funk buying a pure bred Berkshirehog practically no effect and dyect remedies -

of punch and cakes served that weighed 60 ppundb at ten are Kinds
necessary.
t-V
OOOo.OOO OOOO >
.. from the dining table. weeks old, I want to say that Mr. After irritation has set in and small I

.p. V V V Funk is not the only people "on the red spots appear the application of a Novelty Works in Connection
DAUGHTERS OF WESLEY.
.. Mr. John Roland] returned to his "
: _ _ _ \bcath. I can go; him, two better. I moderately strong solution of ammonia I ..

l 1 :+ Miss Gertrude M. "McCaison entertained home Mr. Tuesday.and Mrs. William Watson\, of purchased a male and female of a to the affected parst is recommended - All we ask it let u* figure e. your estimate (
'Irm in Virgnia which makes' a business !- by the department's entimol- ,
( the Daughters of Wesley] ..t ronrteoai Attention aid
Jacksonville, visited their sister, Mrs.J. of mporting pure breds, which ogist. A supersaturated solution of Prompt Delivery. 1
her home 404 Magnolia street, Tuesday M. 1ir.
.1'1
Lanier one day this w&ek. ,
the beam
tipped at 70 pounds at 10 bicarbonate of soda or common cooking -
afternoon. The ,afternoon was Miss Elsie Bronson is spending a weeks old. B. DICKERSON. Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla. .
soda saleratus will afford
or relief. -
; ; pent doing dainty needlework, while few days in Plant City with rela- ,

!l. Misses Helen Bass, Myrtle Paulk and tives. O. M. LONG DEAD Liberal the applications should be t..1o"w- t.. f\l'w- t.. A lo.'I.J. t.. t made until Irritation subsides. If I ;
) Edna --Schweiknrt rendered several Mrs. J. M. Bryant is on the sick '
the Buffering Is severe, a dilute tincture ......... '.:+
and vocal selections.
piano '
pretty list this week. O. M. (Doobty) Long, ono of the ---- --- ------'--- _ '<
of iodine collodion should be
or
.. Dainty refreshmonts consisting' ice Born' to Mr. and Mrs. D. H. La- por.sers of this section of Florida, "'

''.,1 eream, cake and fruit were served and flier, on Wednesday, July 18, a daugh lied at his home near Peghorn. He lightly applied.MARVIN .

,','<'(; '* delightful afternoon was spent by ter.Mr. leaves a widow and ono nisler, ,-Mrs. J. GOODMAN DEAD. \ Classified JI

I all present. Those present were: Mrs.' R. V. Lanier spent Monday in R. Bolles, of Cottondalo, and four Advertisements

;t. J. L. Overstreet' Mrs. Julia Minx, Klulmmee. [hildren, two sons and two daughtersMrs.

,'.5 Mrs Grace Snyder, Misses Mattie Mr. George J. Strickland is visitinghis Jernigan, of St. Cloud; Mrs. Word was received here this morning .S000. ..Caaseeaeeaa- .. .. .. -. -. .. _. _ . . -
- - - .
BolIe Harris, Myrtle Paulk Jose- family this week. J. E. Williams, of Tampa, and ;J. E. of the death of Marvin Goodman -9000.00... -S

r :'phlne Reynolds, Helen Baas, Par h M.... J. E. Sharp and daughterLilli and J. W. Long, also of St. Cloud. Mr. which occurred early today at East FOR wagon SALE one OR TUADE 3 ey. Buick for horse la good and DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. V J

.4 d Clark NetUa Newton, Glady Casler, n, of Center Park, are visitingher Long was sixty-eight yean old, and Palatka. Details of his death are not condition cood,Urea; must sell or Tiller. "

: ..Edna Schweikart, Ethel Leis and Ger- mother ?Mrs. W. L. CampbelL was one of the most active men In the trade at once. A;. M. Jones P. '0. "
known. He will be remembered .
J 'trnde M. MeCaraon. Mrs. WiU Thomas and children, of, community. M Box Jll. Kissimmee, 7tf "

$s t Jliss Parah Clark will entertain the Mulberry, are visiting relatives here. I the proprietor of meat markets in FOR EXCHANGE.. <0 acre farm, ';, ,:

w ',: *Wg ladle .t her homo on Verona We had quite a nice little rain here' thte city. I FOR tare RENT close-in Six; $12 room: per modern month. cot.E. horses, mules, implements and fur -

.'Xtreet" aext Tu.clay ,afternoon. Wednesday and our potatoes and eggplants :'No.666 --- I E. Wells, Real Estate and Insurance. nishings of good hotel la Eastern :...." ,

'j, looking much better since. The County Commissioners of Du. '104 Poaalel Kansas .
'PRlscLi'A. are ; : Ave. (The Inn). for Florida
? j' CUJRk c This .. s -'pdM pSp tSd. 11101.r..a; I ral county will call an election in November I property. Good (

., Pinellaa county will have a County So, MALA"'A CHILL5 4 FEVERs I I to authorize the building of STALLION FOR COLTP SERVICE-; aev n-room house and nice: lot town
El.
:. .f.' W1 'J1771 rp-.tf.e cl w :Demon.tratlon.AI' II r"ithfDt; .it tal.. -. .ala..doses_ a wW loa"a.-II__ : usy se.r""will"s. --I DOt In (brldperoa. the St. Johna 'rim Strong intelligent gentle, excellent of 16.000 in,Kanaa* for pro..rty'ln.

net '*t' theenterUinedbyJfrs-!"' ecm-Clab-: whidt'TL. ; .< .birtt1metheeommiulonerahavlng, I.4s..N nd ..O Vnd,&IUf ..,I" : .eo.tJa'liW II IUt.r1 condition. Money _refunded If no Florida.. Come. M* viu,-.,W>' 'eaitnatca ,

Beaman'.t decided to, appoint -on*.. '. rP-.' ...... iIpiOt skks, Zi.' .. col: 22WestQaktrat. i '
:_ : : .,, ?.., -> 8IM.r" '-' .''Jekaonvi1le- _--. _.*..>.-..,.".. _- ...,!"!"_-VT ."....:...j.-: : "' i \: " your deaU,Nelson'Realty j ; Cf.;

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KlaallouiMO.Valley. Batabllefcee! 184. tCMOollo'eted NeT' wber IS,- KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. FRIDAY 'JULY 21 1916. VOLUME'XIX=::: NUMBER, 31-- -
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J' Ooceela o..... ......._ ItMH. I Oooeela .a.... br rwrob... 1Nr.H.. 1OOS. ,
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r 'remember noW. that during. the --- organizations of this country, and i I

:INSIDE week Hearst wrote in one PRES. WILSON writing the proposition tlnto. the platforms '

editorial that the Steel Trust of the three parties, he and The Favorite Store of Kistimmee I I
i
Senator in
financed the Roosevelt campaign Fletcheipresenti"g per .
f because It was peeved at Taft. son the plank; written v ,. 'jatlm into I .r
.OF TEDDY'SPERFIDY can begin.to, understand'why Per- SIGNS FARM the National Democratic p'.ltform. .

ostensibly withdrew from the J,, The Investigation was made in I
.. firm, got political religion>> eighteen counries of Europe, and the FURNITURE?
'' turned- Progressive. We can even LOANACT reports covering an exhaustive survey -

, to understand the sudden con- of agricultural] finance, produc- .
of Bill Flynn of Pennsylvania, tion, distribution and organization,
helped\ Perkins deliver the goods were published by the Congroos of the
I '' Chicago convention this year. Senator Fletcher Pleased With United States. 1,
Book" Editor WE HAVE
, 'Day T.wasn't fooled' by Jimmy Gar- A campaign has been constantly fi IT '

\ Causes Back of at. any stage of the game. I aat Results of Many MonthsOf waged in bringing tho masses of the ,
, of the speaker's table and people to understand the significanceof
..
Withdrawal the oily Garfield use the StudyIS the measure proposed for the Unit- ;
". influence of that name to lead ed States, and the results attained in
la connection with oar Hardware line we complete ;
a
similar carry
lambs to the slaughter. Europe by plans.
I you remember how Garfield The successful outcome is a high Eae of furniture. We make a specialty of ontfittiaf ....., and .
r SAYS PARTY WAS ( other tools of Perkins kept as- GIVEN .PEN .AS SOUVENIR tribute to the Southern Commercial ......0. reliable

the delegates 'that ha know Congress and its! officers, who had the

! Article is Headed "Teddy and were' to nominate Roosevelt, and Large Crowd Present When Official vision to enter upon this task with_ Bed Room Furniture Dining .
) Deliver the Good*-They lie was there for the same pur- Approval of Chief Executive is At- little encouragement, and with the .
I BuU Moose While and that they were going to do tached to Law Which Will Give expectation that many more years Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Parlor -
Gives Out Hi they came there to do? United States a Splendid Ru- would be needed to bring it to a successful -
i $ermo.. you remember' the appeals ral Credit System. issue. The South, therefore, Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, ; I
1- delegates to have patience, to through this definite national service, Couches Etc. ;
The daily Day Book ( ) YO cofnplete the record so the President Wilson signed the Farm hall J led in providing for a system that -

is unique among: daily could go before the Loan Act on Monday and thus put has in it the possibilities of regenerating ,
with clean hands? into effect the second great financial the rural life of America and ,
It is published in pamphlet don't you remember how measure of the Democratic adminis- in the building up.of a finer rural civ- This store' b nValdaK record for'itself in the Mattel1 of ;

pages, and refuses to accept stalled and delayed :\nd kept tration. A full explanation of this lizotion. No movement, therefore, is helping people to outfit homes Come and see. Our price are '.
advertisement at any price. ] delegation singing in their seats bill and its workings was given in the fraught with such possibilities for the rirllL' J

culation is about 30,000 copies he wap secretly dealing with editorial columns of the Valley Gazette nation, and in making it strong to .
(excepting Sunday), at one Crane and carrying out their : l last week. A dispatch from meet all exigencies that may arise.
" to nominate Hughes and murder Washington says: Just before signing the measure, i
copy. I Moose? When President Wilson attachedhis which creates a system of twelve land TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
The Day Book i is wholly ) you remember how on that to the rural credits bill, loan banks under direction of a fed-
I signature
ent in politics, it takes the day Perkins was culling and making itSnto:! a law of the land Sen- eral board, the President made a. I' No matter what land of an Engine you .an-Caly Steam, f
side on all public questions, I back the nomination of Roose- ator Duncan U. Fletcher, of Florida, short address, pointing out the bene- Railroad or Stationary Eamll-w. have exactly the Teals you t
claims to publish accurate with his ear to a telephone con- realized of his fondest legislative 1 fits he believed both farmers and the need IB work Wrenches Hammer
and other I one your everyday Oilers etc., ;
tion about politics
affairs-that is, as accurate as him with the Coliseum? hopes and was hnoored by being presented investing community. would enjoy un- all of the best quality aod workmanship, and at prices that will \
how Raymond Robins s..w the with the pen with which the< yon. /
obtain.N.
recognized; Hiram Johnson to "In signing I this bill," said the
the bill was signed.A hardware that b of superior quality and will make .. mistake

I 1)> Cochran, Day yon
the nomination of Roosevelt President, "I have not only a feelingof >.
itor and owner, holds ideas then got a quick vote and declar- large group of Senators, Congressmen profound satisfaction but of real in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock. ;

tics and civic questions the nominee just 32 seconds and representatives of far gratitude that we have completed this ,
those of "Golden Rule" Jones, of the nomination of Hughes? mers' organizations were preset, piece of legislation, which I hope will i
]ly a popular mayor of Toledo, never was any doubt from and applauded when the President affixed be immediately beneficial to the far-
-diedseveral years ago. In minute about Roosevelt not run his signature. Senator Fletcher mers of the country. Osceola Hardware Company
-will the with which
Cochran owns and publishes, He never intended "to run un presept pen "The farmers, it seems to me, have .
the was signed, to the Southern : -
for many years! a daily measure ,I
.. ] he got both nominations. But occupied hitherto a singular position
Commercial Congress of which
Toledo, and which was the
in
that the Progressive conven of disadvantage. They had not had
support of Mayor Jones in his couldn't be swung to Hughes, he j he is president. I II the same freedom to get credit on I .... j,)
successful! campaigns against delegates nominate him and I The enactment of this law presents their real estate that others have had --- -- - 1
ate interests and corrupt the job of delivering to Hughes an achievement in four years that is I I who were in manufacturing and commercial I .
chines in that city. the Old Guard over to Boss Per 'almost unparalleled. A definite need ] enterprises, and while they "
In 1912 the Day Book and his national committee. 'I existed, but the term rural credits have sustained our life, they did not r
. the Progressive party and its you remember how on that'last and the systems in successful operation .m the same -degree with others share The ofthe world
. dential nominee-Theodore Raymond Robins called for do- \ i in! Europe were little understoodby the benefits. eyes
velt. Mr. Cochrane had to this year's campaign and the masses of the people of this "Therefore this bill, along with the

President Wilson's then lately nearly $100,000? country. very liberal provision of the federal
ed progressive ideas. He also] remember how he said they The movement was initiated at the the who
you reserve act, puts them on an equalitywith are on man
liked the Progressive platform. meeting of the Southern Commercial ,;
afford to let one, or 't.wo. or all others who have genuine assets ;
the Day, Book's editor, in .a'goods."I/ men finance .the campaign and Congress held in Nashville, Tenn., in and makes thereat credit of
. editorial], has this to say think they owned the party!' 1912, at which time a conference 'on the country available to them. One
Pled Piper of Oyster Bay: eyes must. hava been the subject was conducted under the cannot but feel that this is delayed
t I. '"Theodore Roosevelt has by that time to what trick Par- guidance of David Lubin, American j justice tothem. Incidentally it will '

i ic his funeral sermon over was up to-and' he meant Per- : delegate to the International' Instituteof be of advantage to the investing community SAVESAUSE '
:.J. mains of the Progressive For Perkins' financed the 1912 : Agriculture] in Rome, Italy. I -
for
can imagine no more
y* ishing the Job he began last and was permitted to get : This conference was attended by
when he begin flirting with satisfactory and solid investmentthan
money's worth-a Wall street's : delegates from twenty-seven states.
Guard of the G. O. P. and worth-by bossing the 1916' By unanimous action, Dr. Owen was this system will afford those <

way to kill the Bull Moose .__ directed to provide ways and meansto who have money to use." I r
its patriotic members! into the I one of the betrayed, for I fell make an investigation in European I
of {Crane Penrose and Bull Moose platform of 1912 countries with the view of adoptingthe Attorney J. R. Bullock, of Fort for: a moment, young man, ;;
gang that rode over him voted for Teddy. I wouldn't Vote .system to the needs of American Lauderdale, spent Saturday and Sun'gy self. The
thought to
in 1912. him now for Alderman of the agriculture. Dr. Owens performedthis here as the guests of Attorney G. a !
"Boss Perkins of the Steel ward (in the slums) in task, raising .ipproximately P. Garrett. Mr. Bullock is a son of problems that confront
was in Chicago with the and I won't follow him to $100,000, and securing the endorsement Judge Bullock of Ocala, ard Is rapidly you now, or "
national committee to boss the of the three great agricultural'' rising in his chosen profession. will a few years hence. '
I i .
burying the corpse that was again a progressive with a ,n _
corpse on June 10-by the p, and Teddy has my permis 'I yy
forts of Roosevelt, Perkins to ffo back to Africa and stay FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED Look about you-tho ran of affairs in country, stat., ..alio.ia .-ya, ...;.
Republican Old Guard of ] and let the tropical sun beat the world are the men who started to Ian early in life .

buccaneers. on his yellow streak. I I One block of Five Lots in Fouth Part of Town. 250
have the and confidence of the
"There is nothing new in this They respect community.
readers of the Day Book, who I ASSOCIATION I foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for
told what while Then leek on the other side-at the fellows who epcad *D they
going on
was Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city
RECOMMENDS LOANS:
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make have time for but what doea 61'ir
happening-during the -they may a good a while .
week in Chicago. Racked by Agricultural committee of the I I ditch. Make your home pay for itself. personality reflect? '

street Roosevelt tried to State Bankers' Association I I !
j VALLEY
own nomination by the the following resolutions : Apply GAZETTE.COME I A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the

convention, but when it was Association at the meeting in I nucleus of an honorable independent career. ..

plain to him that it couldn't I April 7 and 8: I I Make your beginning .BOW-today. Your. ? ..
then his yellow streak came the development of the I bank book will pave the way.
he quit-leaving the stock industry of Florida the I I .",
diers of the Progressive party important subject before our j'j'I.-I.I.ssS

ing rium."I their am satisfied swan song now in as the. I propositions following, we have resolutions and eliminated concentrated, which all ,, ran D 6 F State Bank :;


that day, that when Crane unanimously passed and .upon I *M

Barnes, Root and the rest of we now ask your favorable of Kissimmee 'r..

Guard nominated Hughes, they aC-1 ,'..J
Hughes would run and resolved that the Capital stock ___________91M.OM.Ot '.'
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would support him. county be requested to joint- I a-re. over ___________ 400....... '*' I
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I "Boss Perkins intended to a fund from which to <
have the Progressive convention loan. to members of the boys' Officers... Directors. "Ji" I

inate Hughes and Fairbanks, clubs with which to purchase C A. G "SON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vie rW.M --Ti
,.
pigs.
when he' become
gave way I
1\TZ2Dd Via ProsL ,;
4 that Hiram Johnson, Raymond ] further, that this pro- : :::-A' ,
ins, Victor Murdock and apply only to those members I ROMA THOMAS Cashier ...qf'';

Progressives wouldn't fall for it. I complete the corn club work and TO ST. PETERSBURGAnd ( 't
"So Perkins let the Bull agree to keep a pig under the "

go on singing and nominate and regulations formulated by Bring Your Family if You Want = - ,
;
and then'' passed Bill Finn's [ nty demonstration agent. I . if
tion authorizing the national your passage of this resolu- The Best, Safest and Cheapest Vacation You Ever Had

tee to fill vacancies knowing full' particulars of how county BETWEEN BAY AND GULFST. R.-S. FLOYD '

t.. -B' Roosevelt would refuse to run organizations an be per- . . ..,. .....
P T R BURQ U the coolest' .pot on the Florida c. More TOM con every
lieving that he and Perkins and the terms of agreement pleasure known to the water:you can live" clo. ..,.........,while enjeylneT every
national the bankers and members of modern __..._.:',_.." have tooo __.Uo...at e........Apo.rtmont.ono* Dealer m '.
soade the Progressive ..
.. .
hotli. at roMotimblo rat_; you con bo uwroo1 that your .th l e.f.guard.d byvorr '
; 4ritttee accept Hughes boys' club for( the earo of pigs, sanitary oroeautloo_... Potonburc lo f_cf the country ....for Itc ahlnlagcl..ln. ,
....
"Now Roosevelt has done be Bent to each banker by C. K. Groceries Grain and Feed
I for seer..f Hay
. ST MTCMOBUMO U tho' local oolM a 4ollatful ooroxciir.curdoni
said then ho was going to do. state agent for the Uni ; by automobile. ,train, boat and trolloy.. And. you eaa ortalnlyAWTO ,
....... ....... _'
MO."" **or our of macnifico city and -H.
of Florida Extension Divis
. quit cold has shown a yellow write for our .."_I..der._.....ticket aunt about the aooclal low ratty Sera Corner and Dakln Are
., ... ". .. Broadtiray :
broad as his back and.1s a cold boulder to *aon l c otoaoorae-Mid cm to or bur wfcoro. yoo wM F
aa .. .......
..
.
\' with find real u im Jey ont with no after pause to puree. or
. with the Progressive, resolutiontogether '
.1 ; support Hughes and the Old pertaining to cattle' tick eradi I BOARD OF TRADE ST. rETEKBUM,FU. Try Us on Your.Next Order.For. Feed t
1 \ '"And Boss Perkins, 'tOOl of were adopted unanimously by The"....."the fames.tse Golf Link. and The"....."aed tho MilauaNocroatloH o!
Bathln Place Country Olub Pier
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the Te'lItlOIie' .
,.Steel Trust, has delivered
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,PACE19 > I 0, 'THE' KISSIMMEE i : VALLEY GAZETTE' FRIDAY JULY 21,' 191


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DJJSCnJPTI0N'OF: LAND e o 0 OWNER. a aUo DESCRIPTION OF LAND. = G m d WNER, 0htl'. "

Notice la the lands 4 ,
hereby given that following desorlhed or an -.mudth.r..of bO I' .
.. "will be necessary to pay the amount due fortaxea. herein\ set, oppoBlte :' 1:, t. Y 01:' . w
"< to the same! together with the colt of such sale and advertlnlnir, will be Ji.'S : gj ..
.
t Gold at Publlo Auction on the Boventh day of Au L. 1V16, In front of I :
the Court House door at Klsslmmee, Bounty of ($5scrola and State: of ,Florida Southern'! CnlGn: .--t; crAll

till -------.-_____.._-:____--____________ 2' '38 3. 841 gouth.rn Colon W 3io ---- _.__...__.;.___:.._._________u___. 80 83 820 to 11&8 tlun Co____ %4It. ,

: I Icatlon Co____ 4040 1 SI 83 839South..rn ui All --:: -.-:: ..---------.----.u-- 30 88 i4 844 Southern Colon- -------- ------------------------ I."tlon. Co____ e.O.CO "
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14 .. All ------- :---___:_---,__------------ 84 JS 14 8it, Southern"'' Co.Colon..__ 40.0 W 4a, and ,SK of SE'L --------- 82 91 83 .400 Soulh..rn.. Co CulonIsntfon ____- UIII _,. :_ ,,

I DESCRIPTION OF LAND g e S OWNER. j; lsatlon Co___. 40,40 93 83 33 400 Southern Colon-
m cyUu All _ ______ ____._ E4 and 8% ot SW'/a------ --""-----
= :: --- -- ____:;_____.. a1 JS 3610 Southern Colon- I..tlon. Co_: __ USS

II 0 It t u E..c,: All _____u_____-_____________________ I' 17 14 619 Southern' Co.Colon-.__ 4010All E"," of N\V'" __n_____ -------------- ES 31 18 80' Unknown Colon.------ 6,41 ,
en N a S <.: o.F a81 33 800 Southern
:
'lsatlon Co____ CO40All All ezcllpt $: E14" ot 4a ------------ i
.---________:______________?_-__? 10 .7 .f 841 Southern Colon. 1 I..llon. Co___ 11_'" I .,..
'lsatlon All except. NJ------------ ---------- 16 81 13 480 80ulh..rn enlond0 ..i
,
Co.._ 7018
F 8WJ4 of NEVI, less 70 yde square In _________ 1..lIon. ./.
__________
SEcor ____4-_............___........ 5 2* 84S9 U Unknown ______$ 4.98 ---- _______.__ 12 a1 IC 841 Southern ColonAll : 36 83 83 440 8outhern Colon.Iznllun
NHJ* of SWH _unnnn____ 5 34 40 Unknown __.._h 463 baUon Co____ 60.31 All except El4" and SE!! ,4 ot NW% +- Ca __: %101H
---- ---------------- ------------ 14 IT 14 610 South..rn Colon-
Undivided H Int. In BW i of BEV4 24 80 84 20 Savage Mrs. I i-nv'4. or
Lizzie. __:- 6.9S I Izatlon Co___ 80U nr ddl.on'9 !tub. dlv ot
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All ___________ _____ 31 15 33
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___
Lot 4 _______--__--_________----___.:___ 1 81 S4 40 Unknown ___ __ 6.10 u __________ 15 17 14 840 Southern ColonMI : "I3--------'_--- - -------------- IM Walker. J H ___ 1'10S
fanon 40.10 floot ____ ___ _____ --------- '-
Lot S ofEEH4 NE"u 2 31 t168' Unknown ____._ 9-74 "
36 33 .
E. of River = 686oulhern olon- .
-----____.._____.. 18 17 U 680 Southern Colonlslon : All __ __
__ _ 84 40 W S 6.66
of NE14- hnuu .. _ 17 81 Thomas, 3,4 Uh ------------------------ 1."lIon. lo40.40 '0.
All _____________________________._____ 7 82 3688 Southern Colon Co_ .__
All __________ _______ 640 Southern ('olonIzntlon -
isation. Co___ 40.40 L _______________._ 21 37 8610 gouthern Colon.lsatlon All ---. __ ____ __nn___.__________-4 36 33 \.0____ COto I

\ AllAH nnUnmUuu_ 17 82 34 640 Southern isation Co Colon__ __ 40.40 All ______________..__.__._._______ 22 17 34 110 SouthernColon-Co____ 4040I All un"urvt'y"d and frac. .part --..---- 5 36 33 640 Routhrrn 1."lIon Uo U"JGn-_ _ ,

___ _____ ________ ____ __ 34 681 Southern Colonization I..tlon. 911_ 10.40 4040"
__ It 82
i -- -- -- All _____ _________ -- 6 Roulh..rll Uuon-] ,
COh __ 40.40 n. __________________ 23 31 34 841 South..r.Colon.All . All un.urvt'.d .re, of River n________ 36 33 r.P9 ,
,.."lion ( ,1.__ CO 40
All ___________________________________ 29 33 84 644 Southern Colon I __ ___. 1sal.ton Co- __ 4040 'olonleetion "
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'isation. COh 40.40 ________________ 24 37 14 842 Southern Colon- All _.______ _____ ____ _____ 0 36 13 640 S01l1/1..rll/ -
e.___ _
10,40
All ______________h__________________ 31 82 14 63* Southern Colon ('o. 40_ 40
All
isation. Co._ .." 4040 -- ---.-----,_______________________ 26 17 U 114 '$/; oulhern Colon.leatlon : All __________ ____ ___ ____ ______ __ 10 :U 33 640' HUlllh"I'n UololI-
lzi, ( on (::0_ ___ 40.40
All ___________1.NW14 _.._________u_________ 33 82 84 644 Southern. Colon- I All COon 40.40 CnlonIzatlon
________________ 2'6 640 80ulh..rll -
37 8f1 33
3C 38
'isation.. Co___ 40_40 ---------- --- ? Southern Cu1onisntlOn All --0.-----------------------------. 11
('II _ 40.40
___________u_____ ____________ 3 83 84 160 Shead, WmSouthern __ _ 10.36 All A eOn -- 4040 '
------------------------------------7 : _4 840 ROlllh..rn tllon. All ._ _________ 12 31r 33 64f1 Huulh.,1011-
All _____________.________u___________ 4 83 34 606 Colonization 3Jr Csl. _ 4040E ------------ .--------- n ,,,..t lUll Uo L 40.tO

.. Co _: 37-92 All reo of River ___. .._______.. __..___ 29/37 9800 Rouztthcrn; : 13 31r 33 640 Snulh'rll Uolon- '
('ulon All ___________________________ ________
All -_____T.________-_--__----_______-- 5 33 34 603 Southern (Colon ('n_ . 1792 ,,,,,tlun ('0 _ 40.40
S isation. COn n 37 12 A11 of River __________________- / 33 37 34 520 So'tulhrrn 1'"lon. All 11 3" 33 r.4" Nutheru, ion
All. ______________________________ _____ 6 33 34 61S Southern Colon1Izatlon / 1."lIon. COn __ 3171 ---- ----------------------- ------- ,Izotlon.. (',,___ 4040

Co____ 37 92 All --__._________uu______ _n_ 34 37 34 640 InRaron R__ All __ _ __ 17 36 33 120 Southern ("Ion-
10.10on Ior Rlv..r _____ __ _ _
;. All __________-___-__--___--___________ 7 33 34 627 Southern ColonIzatlon All _____ un__ ___.__________/.___ 35 37 34 80 S"ulhHn ('olF nu. ,Isntlun. 110 __ III
('o. . 40 40
< : 10.10 All _____ ________ __________.._.____ 21 36 33 640 Huull'n, Culon-
J
All __________...__ ____ f.39 Southern Colonization :: Slll:
_ nun 8 83 34 All -_____-____--__--_____-_ ___--____ 16 IT 8810 ;n ColoIcxllOn : 1..llulI. l'o' _ 10.10All

COh _ 4040 / ro 4040 __ ___ _________-_________ ____.____ 22 3f': 33 64(1( Southern ("Ion-
All ___________________________________ 9 33 34 C41 Southern: Colon NI41'. of NF.,4: ---__ """--- _____ ___ 25 27 33 40 liopklna II W- -__- 4.63 J. tz..tlo". C.. 40 40

'z"tlOII.'Ohn' 40 N\\ i of NAP ...-' _ _ __ __ __ __ 25 27 33 40 Nu more. I' L __ 4,63 All __ 24 36 33 640 Suthru, ,, rulanIzollun '
___ _____ ____ ____
All except NEV4-_____________.-_______ ,10 33 34 481ICO Southern ColonIzatIon ] Pndlv. 'oio Inn In/1QIV'k ot NW'4n 18 2" 88 20 v1Kr.. \1. II 2bl nu.n Co 40 40

I CoShrrve. _ __ SO 4P N\1''j ot NN' -h----uh-n---u 13 29 33 4Ii : : :: 4:63: All frnt', ______.____________._______ ___ 20; 36 33 :302 Southw 4'olonIz.lllan -
NEj" ________ ________._______________ 10 33 34 K I'_ n 10 36' 1-4 Ot ROW Si and R\V'4 of RF1w: ___ __ 13 29 83 hO Unknown' RIO ; :: Cn: 24 19All

All except 8E14 _____::."..'.______ n___ 11 33 34 480 Southern Colonization \\"oio'. t JI4h-"uJi.: -- ] 4 211 33 40 Ravage on: : :: C:63: ] trnt' and uneurvrv,'d pllrl _ _ ___ 2' H1 33 r.4U), S.ml' : I Ii.; ',:: ::::Ion- 1
Co_ _ 30 4. \\ O f \ t R rl.ihtWv; IT ,I (II .11 40

8W14 __n_ ___nu_____________ 13, 83 34 1(10( Southern Colou-, I ,, ,..1/-4"2" "'1. fart In /'Iror, ..a"o] ]zee All u""ur.d 1'1, of Hh'.r ___ _ 2R 3C 33 3r.1I Sud' hen ;I'oionI'u: -
n ; :: :
Iz"llonCohI068'8'VI i ii io NI-i lot N' of NW .t ' 9.10fle' ,( ? 22 43
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t4 __ __ ________ _______________/____ 14 83.34 160 Southern Colon-] \ : :: All uneurveyrd F.. of river .__ __n_ __ 38 3C! 3. ton SulllllhItntl: I;; :::I.-
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.Izallon Co- 11Ir. ? I' 13 14
KV4 _____ _____ ______u.nh_ 14 S3 34 ICO (-Rlk.] CV._ 1"8N of SE44 or NWI run E ao ft. S 60 All u"Mur..y.,1 I'.. of /th''r :H .10 33 r.n 8.nil ,h,. n, ,Ch mAll
: 14 __ __ __ ____ ______________ ____ ____ 14 :.33S4 Hill Clark. A US_ 10.36I fl.V 150 fl. N foO tt _hUn_ 15 30 33 h !IIoore. n __- __ 1.3. ---r--n-- 17tI"" '" 4(1( 40
I All ____ _____________- _____,-_ _____ 15 33 34 640 Southern Colonization RW 4i lot 11W'4 tae hnnde] ownt I.y JH t""II. and unaurveyed part _:_ _ 3r. 3r. 33 Coo; Southall' I'dI: nI .
('o_ .040 H..I"d'n, I"'e Rnne and "'now knrynn .Ilan, ,;: 1'u;: ./n f'l11 '

All ___________-.,___u___________.___ 16 33 34 640 Southern CMon- u _ __ _ _ hU _ uhn__ __ 15 80 33 IY dlerl..Ilnnd. W 11 7 25 .\ frn<,.fI. _______ ._ ________ __ n ____ 36 :i6! 38 '., "Srh I: ll C01unI : -
1 Izatloll (' _ - 40ID F. 27 nrr.- rof RF.f NF: '. __ ___ ___ __ 1C :W 33 27 \\' ll'nm' ? Slreof I ,zru; ?: rI; 40 411

All ______________.______._____________ 17 33 34 640 .Southern 'olon-i n lIlah 8 9a .111] F.. "t 1'1..1' ____ ____ ____ _ __ __ _ 21 1 3r: :n.. Sorll rn :.don
ir..ition ('u 40_ HIt "'R'. NW 4 _ _ _ __ __ __ ________ ____ 17 33 411 Thntnpen.,, J"u_ filn 5/ ,(5,5, : : 22 13 .
All _____'_________________________ _____ 18 33 34 643 H.lh.rn. ColIzatlon on- I 'I'' : '. Ot N\\'I. _ __ h_ _ _ _ _u 2R :41A1 83 40 Lrelrv, li: 1. 4''17 All tmrll nod III1MmTd E of rlvr ]11 n :'J 411 S' 'rh ,,0' Cdo:
"( ('u 40.40i 1<\\' '. ,.r NFt4: and \\"of. 0f, Rls'4------' 1 31 811 83 120 "r.lw",', W W __ ';_ ; ,. ; :: 25 3
All 19 33 34 rr.7 Southern Colonization Fl 1<: ', "t //1\\" 'a _________ __ H 31 38 40 Th"' 19 47:I Sett' , I ,
----------------------------------- I Ii hnnh '' oll.V. Late 2 and 3 12 37 I: "q'
-- - ---- ------- - - --- --
Col. 40.101 \ .,nI I..v _ _ :I.r. 'r llo, : C.: 3 L'3
All __________ 1________________________ 20 33 34 '.641 'Southern Colonznt "'-\\1. .t FB'. _ __ _ _ _0. ____n_____ 15 31 33 40 Thumprun' ..1,111 3 :r. All (rnetl ____ ___ _ 13 3' :":1 :'.C i' ...'. ' :' " VI
Ion CoSouthern _ 4040 II All _ ._ hnhhUun ___ _ 17 31 33 fo4") H""lh. n, I'lnn-. ---- ---- hn I ? lu, .,:,: ; : 19 14

;, All ____ ______________ uu___1-___ 21 33 34 040f.40; Colon- 'Irntin, r1 /0.40 .\ R or little 14 3. a7 '1'" ",""I.11 .. I "I,1,' ''', .
Iz.itlon CoSouthrn 4040 All _ 00 ____ __ _ __ __ _ ___ ____________ 19 31 38 1183 H"ulhpr" (',]IonIxnlln -------- -- ---- - -- ---- 1,7 ,'.... . 21 57111

y All __h__________________._______ n___ 22 33 34 ; ( CoionIrnlli.ii r" 4114/0/ \ ror HI""r _ _ _ ____________ __ 21, ::7 I 91: 1';" S." ',' ) 'I 1'o1S : "''
CoSouthern 4"4" I All ..x,', "I 1'e or N A''i _____ _00 ___ 21 I 31 33 fifiR Rnntlrv rn, rolnnIzntlan n ,; :; ,,.,S. ; :: lit' CAI

All ____ ____ _.________________.__ ____ 23 33 34 644 Colonization , ru 31 73 : '.. "r SI'; ', . '; It lnor" ? II' 5
\ ; Co:: : 4f14f1 All _ __ _ __ __ _ ___ ___. _ __ 27 31 33 641 "'Olllh'rr, rlonIzntln N: : R" .. -- - - - h ".a. u l,1, :: usl.n I" \" \\ 1ni;, U!

'. WH ______ _________________..-,-..-_. 25 33 34 320 Soul halo ( 'nlonIzatlon I I 1'u U1/I, \1'1" ?''f .IV'. "r:1: : : ', and- I : '> -..r :NV'; .
'I ('0 2", 57 All rXC.p4 NI" OfNC'n: 31 33 657 SOUth.n1' ( '...I..n17.1111" ..r : "" . 11 ", ., ,, \ 3 1
.' All ___________________________________ 26 33 34 (;42 Southern. Colnn- ('n 80 H 1' 1. ui \l\" '. of -NI'P. -_- - j] I; 'I 32 .: Inn::: lrr II A 1 fig;

; Izntlon Co 40-40 All ,_ __ _ __ __ __ ___ _ _________ _ __ __ 31 al 33 r.40 Rchmlkef 411 III 411 . __ _ __ _ _h__ - 13 III :.! (,::11, S'nh.: ,", '"i.o,
All ...___..______..___--_______.___--__ 27 33 34 639 Southern Colon- All __ __ ___ _____ _ ____ __ _____ _ 38 31 33 63.Sut'Prn" ) rolnnIznllon - n - --- 'r ," ",, 4" 40

\ Iznt ion CoSouthern _ 4040. r, 411 40 I .\11 . . ___ __ I 'oj :' f1" 'II"I"/ "
All __________._____r--______ _____ 28- 33 34 ((141; ColonIzation All __ u---h--h_______ __ __ 35 31 33 649 RoulhHII .(lollIsntlnn - - nnhnh IE 1,1, ,", 1 4" 4( '
'
."' Co _ 40 40 Cu 10/0 \11 _Unh__ _ _ ______ _ __ _ _ _ ::5 31 32 r8" S0th: ' Ii.-: '
; All ______________--_______un____ 29 83 34 641 Southern Colonization All ._ nh______ _____ _________________ 1 32 33 64H R"ull..r", ro1nIzntlon h'- ,( ;,:,:: C:: 40 10 '

-, Co. 40.40 Co 40-40'- All _________ _____ ___ uu ____ _ __ __ 1C 31 32: non S0t/nl'' 1'q: ",
;r' All ________________________u_._____-- 30 S3 34 665 Southern Colonization All __ __ __ __ .__.___.__________________ 2 32 33 645 Routhrrn, rolnnIzntlon 4,5, ;t,.,:: I':: 4" 40 I'

'o.- 4040 r0__ _ 4040 _\11 __ ___ ___ ____ ____ __ __ _____ ____ __ 17 11 I 32 r.40 SUh, C1: I"u, .
$ All ___,._______--_____.________--___. 31 33 S4 6RO Southern Colonization ; All __ __ -__ ___ _ _______________ 3 32 33 640 Suulhrru. ColonIzatlon Iznln, : :,: : :,: 400 1
.VA Co_ . 40.40 "- r1__ _ 4040 All 2" 31 32 r.40 Sutt: ; .I (:slot '
All .___unnuuuuu_. 32 33 34' 641 Southern Colonization All _________ __________________________ 4 32 33 634 f1..ulhHn ColonIzotlnn -n------1'------------------------ Iz :l,1, :: Cu; 411 III
:
0 Co__ _ 40.40 CO__ 4040 All __ ____________ ___________ _.________ 21 31 32 rr.1I nth.I .n, Cnl.u:
'If Jill _______......___uu.h.__..___ 83 33 84 641 Southern Colon- All nr..t' NB'" _nnu____________ 5 32 33 467 9nuthrrn rolnnNF1k : R..I' ;lion: ;'u: H 42

1 Southern Co 40.40 leatlonr1 30499chnff All __ ______ :____ __ __________ ____ 22 II 32 1134 /Soutlo' r bun
-T AllAH _.__________________________________ 34 33 84 639 ; Colon IPna WyW of NE'.. at NE" ______ 5 32 33 114 I"'nL"nd nu .lion;;,:: ;:;; 4" 14)

isation. Co__ _ 4040 Co _ __ IIRO All ____ __.________________ _.___ ___ 23 31 31 r411 < ________________________uun_. 35 33 34 640 Southern Colonization All ___--______--____ _._____._________ 8 32 sa 682 Southern ColonIsntfon I I I I.? C'?. 4" fO "'" I
AH _____.___,----._____________.___ 36 33>I 84 640 Southern Colon All _________._______________________1_ 7 SS 33 840 Soulh..rn ColonIzatlon ;l.n(, :: 4'1: 4)0) .

isation. 'o4040 ,, Co_._ 40.40 All _____--____--______________--____-- 25 31 32l3P $: ;,'uf11. n Chn,
t All ___________________________._______ 1 34 34 649 Southern Colon All _e.________________________________ II SS 33 638 Southern CulOnlenllun lenllun: : ;',,: 40 III "

Southern; Co 40.401| C.,__ 4040 All ____________nhnnu_____ 2" 31 32 .40 SouthC..I"1 ,,
:. All ______..-_-. __________ _______ ___ 2 34 34 638 Colonization N'.{ ___________________________________ 9 32 33' 320 S"ulh..rn CulonIzatlon 00- Iznllun/ r, 400 ,
Co___ 40.40 Cn2057 All _________ _____ _____ ____________ 27 31 32 639 Snnllrn' C.,1n1Izlnou ., .
C' All __________unuu_________ 3 34 8639 Southern Colonization I An ___ __00____________________________ 10 32 33 840 Soulh..n ("',.Ion- ; : :::: 40 40

Co__ 40.40 .Izntlon Co__ _ 44\40 All _n_________._ __. __n______________ 2R 31 32 fir.n SouthenInn' ' .
All _______________________________;--- 4 34 34 645 Southern Colon An __._______nu.u________ II 32 33 641 Southern Colon12 Izn.. : .;;(?: C::: H c2

Southern COu_ 40.40 ("L._ 4040 All -_ __________--_____________________ 29 31 32 ,615 Ruth.-rr, "1,,,, f
All __________ _______ ___ _____ __ 6 34 84 6B6 Colonization All ____________________________- 32 33 642 Soiuthern (",,,'on1.lon ''z"l/u./ C? 40 40
Co_ __ 40.40 All ____________ ____ 32 31 32 ,40 ,., .
Co _ 4040 ________________ Sonth' rlnn:
AM r-----------.--------------------- 6 954 708 Southern Colonization An __._________________________._______ 13 32 33 640 SOlllh.rn Colon- Izntlon: ; ; : :: 40 40 ,

Co___ 40.40 ("'0___ 4ft40An All ___________________________________ 33 31 32 549 Sort' 'hoe, :'nlonIrllnu
A All ..___________________--_____________ 7 834 684 Southern Colonization ________________________________._ 14 32 33 841 Southern ("'olonb..llon ;) : : : : 3fo t4 1

Co____ 40.40 (' 4040 All __.________________________________ 34 11 32 ,40 Souther O,
All ........._________________u_______ S 34 34 640 Southern Colon- All ___________________________________ 15 22 33 83' Southern 'olon- beau; ,,:: :'o: :_ = 4040 '
Ixatlon Co__. 40.40 faction Co___ 4040 All 35 31 32 610 Soulh..r"
JU1 -- -------------------------------- ColunlentfUal -
..________.___.____________________ 34 84 640 Southern Colon An _________________________,-___ 16 II' 33 840 Southern. CoionNW'A ('o ____ 40_40 Jt
isation. Co.__ 40.40 ballon ro___ 40CO All 18' II U 840 Southern
---------------.------------------ Colon.leatfon
All' .?,.....-;:-,....-___...__.......___ io'iV 354 ., 641 Southern Colon- and S4E _.___-_, ____;.___:-__. 11. II .II 1:0 Bouth..rn ('olonlaAUon ( o___: 40.40

.v.iii.i..iJ2, ,..,, isation Co..-- 40.40, Co____ !0.52N6 All ,----.-.-:---...-..-_._______.___.._ I II Ia825 (;olon- -
A.11 ...._ : ;..i.-i: .._......... 1. I" 84 640. Southern Colon. ____.....______ .:..____..____---: 1St II 320 Southern 'nlon. 80"tht"1\, ('o 400.w f
,
If"I: \ 'l ,,,pq,* JI'i'hj;: ;\!\ X34- Southern. Colon.' 40.40 1\' . , .. \, .aUon. CU tQ67N All -__..: _____..:__..____..,-.----- I .2 12' 821 Southern CoonAll ; :
JUl ._____. __ -___________.___ __, 342! % and SE 4 ___.:-___.:._.:.__-_-_______ tt .t II 471 I'touth..rn' Colon. . '.'-"" ,,' > ' ,..',;', " " ,-'. lantlon. (.0 40_4
.. -- 'ization. po..__ 40.40 .aUon. Co___- 10US -- ..----_-_-__.:._r:._______:..:..___:.__:.__ 'a' II U' 651 80uthrn Colon. or....._: ,
AH _._..________ __________"__ ___ is 34 34 637 Sout hern/Colonization ofNI'J" and NW'j and"N-of 6WFj leatlon. .. r
('o__ _ 14_.!
f Y Yo_._ 40-40 and R"\VI(. of RW4. ___ ___________ 20 32 33 380 Reuther! ,'lontentlon All : 4 U 92 f5: Roulh..ru
------ ---- - Colonlenllon
n - ---- ------------ -
*, / All ___________.___________________n__ 14 34 34 641 Southern colon' 'o__ __ 22S5All ('n, : /OatO .&..

isation All _-.___________nu______________ 15 34 34 641 Colonization 1"11. rll_ _ .04n :
( 0 _ 40 40
"y CoSouthern __ 40.40 All ___________________________________ SS 32 33 639 Roulhrrn Colonientlon R'4 ot 8f4 ______ ____ u______________ 8 32 :rz 50 Southrn. Culontzallm
,'N All? _______.__.__.______________._______ 16 34 34 640 Colonization ro_ _ 40410AI (:'u: : 571

r.. Co____ 40.40 ] ________________ __________ _________ 21 3t 33 641 Routhrrn ColonIzntlon All n_ __ u- ______ ___________________ 9 32 Lit ,37, Routhetu lunIutlutl .
,7 All :___________--__ --___----______-- 17 34 34 640 Southern Colonization o1040 : ::'u:

ij -- Co_- 40.40 All __ _______________________ __ ______ 24 22 33 639 Smrthrrn C.lonIzatlon I All ___ __ __ _ __ ____ _____________ 10 32 3i r.q Roulh..rll ('ulonfllIlI 40 10
: All __' _______u____________________ 18 34 34 6RO Southern Colonization ; C0: _ : 10.44)All 1,,,, ('0, to 41)

1 Co___ 40.40 ___.___ ___________________________ 25 32 33 639 1'f..lllh..rn C'.lonbAllon All z""ptV'i.. ot 1'1\\4' end T'oio Of FF.'i 11 32 82 CI "lJlh"rll ('...IonIz,111I1I -
'All ____________________mn___ _______ It 34 84 674 Southern Colon: ro_ _ 40 4Q (' _
11 29 91
5 izationSouthern CO40to, All ____ ____ _ ____ __ _ ______ _ ___.____ Ti 3% 33 640 Southern (::Ion- All .. ___ ___ __ __ ___ __ ____ _____ __ 1 12 3:! 642 SlIlJlh..rn ("Ion4 .
; All _______.u_ __ __ __u___ 20 84 84 640 ColonIzntlon 'Izotlnn r1 40 40 1",11011, (' _
mm. o 40 40
,it Co_ 40.40 All __ ______ __ ___ ___ ________ _ _ __--__ 27 Si 33 639 Sntth. rr, ('IonIzntln =" Ot N\V'4 and 04'4' ot RF.4 __ _n__ 13 ::12 :It:! HI',' olJ".rn rn9Onznitnn -
All _____________m.m-------- 21 34 34 641 Southern Colonization : ('n 40 40 ('

Co_ __ 40. fO AI __ _ _ ___ ___ ___ _ _________ 29 3% 33 831t Southern ColnnIzntlon All exmpt 1\4 of HF4 __ __ n _ _ 14 32 82 SC7 "ulh..rn ('n.,I"n IOU
All 34 34 639 Southern ColonIzntlon : 4" 40
---------------- ---------- -------- 22 1.,11. ,, ('
r n 36 14
CoSouthern __ _ 411. 401 j N\1. or N'V'4 __ _ _ ___ ___ _______ ____ 29 22 33 50 JIOlllh..rn Colonlzntlnn All 'x"'f.t N4 and N'oio Ot RII. _ _ 1fJ SJ J2 41' R"utt.rn, ('ulnnizntlon
All ________________ _.__________ ____ ___ 23 34 34 641 Colonization C0 5-71 I -
r j, CoSouthern __ _ 40.40 All .-p"t N1'Ii: > -- ____ _.u__ _________. 30 32 33 Ht! Southern (',,bonIzRttnn All ______ ____ _ _______ _ ________t_ ___ 16 :f2 ::12 617 Roulh..rll, ("I..n-0 25 ac
y All _______________________________._-- 24. 34 34 640 ColoilIzntlon ] __ -'"_. ro_ __ 30_ 4"NF.
--- C'" 40 40
" .' All ________________________________ __ 25 34 34 641 Southern Colonization All _ nn_ _ __ _ _-___ ____ ______ 31 32 33 627 Rnuthern nlonlsntlnn I n (b 30 9IzllInl
40 1
Co_ __ 4(1( Co; : 404" All FV IIr nlv.r __ _____ ___ __ ___ _ n__ 20 32 3Z r2o" R..ulh.. .nl "''nlon
: All -----------------------------------6 34 34 640 Southern Colonization ot reI./, 33 4(1(1( Snulhern ( 'olnnIsntlnn -
;_ All rxrrpt v4 'f NW'4 and re'i 3t 32 :: (',. 20 57
_ 40.40
. ,_ CoSouthern _ 25.1443F'4 ; All _______ _________-______ _____ 21 32 32 r.3r.. l'Iou".n' ('"t inIznllu ,
All uu"m______.___ 27 34 34 639 Colonization of E14 ________- ___________--___ 3t 32 33 160 Schaff MI'annI.nnd ) (' 40 4JI
Cn- 40.40 ro 14).66 All ___ __ _.__ ________ __ ____ _ _ __ 2! 82 3! r 42 4nnlhrrnnl0n u .
.. All _--_______-.___. _______u__. .--- --- 28' 34 34 631 Southern Co Colonization : _ 40 40 All __-- _______________--___ ___________ 3f: 3t 33 640 Rnuthern ::Ion= Iznltnu Co 40 1011
( lentlon C1 10.40 ,\ pxrelt, !41'4 and H'" or NW':1: : 12 II:! 4oo

fV r: All ____________________u_____________ 29 34 34 ((139 Southern, C0 Colonization . . 40 40 All __unn__ __ ____--------V__ n__ 34 32 33 640 Southern Colontzntlon : ., floutq Iznlln' : rt :: C1 CuinnFS4 ::' 25 1t
('u ..040All or 04'4 of11'4 and S'4 f.r ,\\ .

'.of All, ____________________________ _______ 30 34. 34 661 Southern, Co.Colonization 'II. 411 __ nom __ ____ n.nuu-----_ 35 32 U 840 Rnnth.'rn r'0('olonIzetlnn I : 44).40 and W'4 IIr S14 nod N'oio or NI',4 32 12 .2c0 Soul ,.., ,, (',,1..,, _

f ____________._________ __ 31 34 34 646 Southern Colon-] _____ ____ 33 639 Rnuthern Colon.I All nt ___ Ixntln" f 1 15 40
f All ____ --.--- Izntlon, Co . 40. 40 All ____ __ _ ___--_ ___ - ____ 3f': 32 r'uon Co; : 4010 xrrJ1t "P" S\\14 nOo__. __ 25 32 32. rr.1 loft hrrn, ",l0u-

"5y; ']0.11 _____--____.____--_.___ _____ ____ ___ 32 34 34 0.10Ml Southern, ': Co Colonization '40 40 All ______ _ _____ __ ______ _--___ ___ 1 33 33 845 Sout1'; ur r(';;InnIzetinn .0 40 F'4 of 8"4 _ __hunn _ - -- __ 25 32 I2 c1 hate 1711111.I': F C'" JS4 Ii 1\
,
All __ ___ _ __ ___ _
AllAH 0._________.___________________.___ 33 34 34 Southern Colonization ] 40' All __ _ _ nuu______ ___._________ Z 33 33 63t Routhrrn rulnIsntlnn h .u - 26 32 32 r.4f''Ioull.n'/ "'0111755)1 ," -
Co 40
40,41111 ..,, '
C0 All __.____ __________ ___ __________ ( 40 41)
____--___--_ -________--________.__ 34 34 34 640 Southern CoSouthern ('IonIeattn : 40 40 ,\ n_ __ .'_ __ ___ _ ___ 3 33 33 fin Southern ( ;olonIzatlrnr u 27 32: 32 642. 4nUth..Ih, r01on-
Co 40.10.ill I zntlu, _
4'( 40 411
RFIand
N\\/ and ,V'" "r ; \I t4 or
; _________ 35 34 34 C40 Colonization ] _________ 33 657; Rnuthern rulnntzhllnn I
'I AU ______ nn------------ Co _ 40 4ii except W'4 Ot STt% _____ 4 33 Cn : 3544 NE'i __ _on ---00--- 00- -- ---_ __ _ 25 3't 82 320 S""tt'rn ( 'ulOn-

i All -----------------------n.-----_- --- 36 34 34 640C3J- Southern Co Colonization -. 40 40 All _ ________. _________________ _______ II 33 33 63S Ro'Otirrn, r1 Colon'fratinn 4040 All g or Riv('r ot NFot :oc-p;.",.: __ _ 2" 32 82 40 SUUlh 1711'1,'",". (''nlnn. 20 07RW74

n' All ________--__ _________________--__-- 1 36 34 Southern Co ColonIziitlon : 40. 10 N', __ __ __ _n__ ___.___________________ 6 U' 33 319 Routhrrn ColnnIzatlnn 1'1, of Rlv..r ___ .__ __ "" I "," 3 23
Co2057 -- ----- -- 31t 32 3! tan. R""th,., ,, ,,,10111711tl" -

_____________. __ __ 236 34 640 Southern t Colonization ] _______ "I 33 SI' RogersJ P 207 (N "II
1. AII __--__-___--__ n Co 40.40 1040 uu_ ____ ________________ 33 00 All NW' In OMt'eI11" eounty.; --00--- 3T q2 92 30 10
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Unkn"11
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2
"' AU ___-_____--__________________--____ 3 36 34 649 Southern isation Co Colon: 40-40 ------------------(7 U 33 UO Southern Cnlmtzallon : 106A All ___. _hu _ _ -- V-------' y0 32 32 (;4Ro"th.r" ('olon-

______ 320 .Southern Colonisation : N'.. and 8W'4 ____-__u____=_ ______u 7 U 13 160_ nO"r". J P3019 All except E1,4 of NW''j _________ __ IznllOIl f'o 40.4"
____ 34
E"," ________________ ________ 4 36 Co II'W All rxrrpt N'VI% ot N64 and 1'1' % ofNE4 1 33 32 fir.6 ioulh..r"", (,1011' '

_____.___._ 9820 Ware, W :J_.___ 2027 .. or N54 ______________________ 8 13 13 577 Southern ColonIzatlon : AII""reJ1tN.ofNB"n't 14'$itN'W'4 C1 36U
% __n__ ________________ 4 311 'n : 31U4 f i 33 92CA 9nUtnhrarnn::: (':01on-

'1 c}{ All ____uu__________________.________ 3' 38 9619 Southern Co.Colonization - 4040 All ___________________________________ 9 33 33 540 Snuthrrn l o Colontuition : __ _: .040 All except NIVj 'loAll ; : :

All ______________________.____________ 7 36 34 643 Southern Colonization All except N',4 of NWI and 814 at 8re'4 10 33 1t3 480 Southern ColonIzatlon __ ___ ISRllolI ('II !R0t
Co___ 4040 o3049 uhnnh __ ___ ___ 4 33 32 r.9M Roulh..r" ('Mona

; All __________-_-.-------.----------.---- I 36 34 610 Southern isation Co Colon: __ __ 4040 All ________._________________.________ II 13 13 841 Southern Co Colon.Izatlon : ___: 4040 Lute 1 and 7 ___ __4_______ ______ 5 33 32 r.2 Routhern ((''0.01011Isntloll 37 :)2

All ______nn.u___ 38 34 8.0 Southern Co.40.40 Colon-: '' All ___________._______________________ ] % 13 33 841 Routhrrn ColonIeatton : All ________ ('0 _ C47
4?' ,Isatlon Co___ 4040 -- -- ----------------------- 9 33 32 840 Southern 1"I nIs"llolI -

A1t __________________--_________--___ 10 38 34 819' Routh"rn ('don4. All ________________________----__ 13 33 II .41 9nuthrrn Colon.leatlon All ____ _ (o. _ 4040
Itetton. Co__ .. 40_4/1 -- -- (' ___: 4040 --- ----- -- ___ _________ 1/1 3f: 32 640 Routh'rll ('.,Ion.I"tlo" .

' ___________________________.____ 11 ,36 3C 8CO Southern Colonization _______ .3 13 840 Routhrrn ColonIzatlon
( All ___ Co- .'0-.0 I All ____________________________ 1/ Co: __ _: 4040 All' ----. ___ __ __________ _______ 11 I 3:1: :r2:! 641 Southern (Colon.'I) 4010A11.except

- i All __________________________.________ 11 38 34 eCI Southern Co Colonisation : - 400 f __ -'________________________________ 15 13 31 e40 Southern 'o ColonIzatlon ____- 4040 SWSj _______nn________ 1 33 32 480 Routhern' l'o1on.. 40.10Sq .......

A)) ____________ __..-_____-_---------I a94 840 Southern Colon _________ 1. 13 13 840 Southern 'olon. hallo ('.>_ _, 30.4f
II -- ____
------- tA ___ ____
\ isation Co- 40_40 --------------- : b..llon Co__ __ 4040 u --__ ___________ 14 8:1: 32 lRO NI"nnr; _ __ 10 38

Alf __________,.______+____ ---------- -14 3. 3610 Southern' Co Colonization -- 4A,_40 All ___________________________________ 11 It II 840 Southern o Colon.faatlon ___: 4040 All ____ ____n_______________________ 13 33 9E 639 Southern Colon-

Wt AJI _________________________________ 15 18 IC 8CO Bola Ion olon-: CO40 All _.___<____________----------------- 11 II II e40 Southern Co ColonI.atlnn : ___: 1010All All __ ____________ ___ _______ .___ H U 32 841 Routhern' :: Cu10.10 Colon.

All -_r___u_________________,______ 11 3. IC 140 Southern' Colon-: ------_____n__ 1I\ II It..8U Southern Colon.Izatlon All _____ ________h___ ___ -..-.--- 15 33 3Z 4140 Southern. rD: ____ to40
CO_.0 ----------- ('olonlaaUon
, Isstlon. Co- --------- Co___ 4040 er- -

,Sri All _________________________T________ 11 18 S411 Southern isation Co Colon- CO40 I All eFeept} NW'4 _________________un_ 10 II II no Bopthrn o Colon.Itnllnn : ___: 1048 Lots 1. 5. 8, I. and 11_________________ 11 33 at 193 South..rn r'D('OSE1j 1n._ 4040

1 AD ______________________________n__ 10 .1 IC 644 Southern Co Colonization -- 40.40v AU except N'%" of NW'4 _______u___:_ It II St 180 Southern Co Colon.fatlfen : ___: $6t4All ot NEt 14 and 2E74" ___n_________ 20 33 32 200 8outhern: Colon10.04


+. ; A. ___-Iie--------------------------- !0 I' IC 140 Southern isation. Co Colon__. 4010 __--_--_______________--_______..__ 21 II n teO Southern, (Colon.f.etlon o___: 4040 All -------.---------------__________ 21 33 32 839 Southern h..Uon Co ColonIzatlon ____. UU .

r "'a'i ____________________________u__ II 9114 141 Southern Colon- AU ------------ I' II as .40 Southern 4olonfaatlon All ----------:.:::::- ------_____________ 2Z 13 II 840 'o___ toco '
:
4010 -----
t } ?fie- ,. isation Co____ --------------- Co____ 40CO Southern ColonA11

!wS e. AD I ________:_________________.______ II 134 840 Bouthern Izstlon Co Colon.___ 40_40 All _-_________ 1.-.4.--________ IC .1 .1 .40 Southern teatlon 'o Colon___: 404 ________-________ ________________ U IS 32 611oathern. Mfon- toC' ,

r' AJ1 ___-_________.----------------.",. ,II I' 1110 Southern Colon An except. N"% ot NW'4 _nn________ 20 3' II sn Southern Co4onIzatlon BEl or NW7( and WIi or NW"e"nd, \ haUon eG____ 40-101 "
isation Co__._ 4040 Co___: 1844 IJW,* ____________n_______________ U n _
AU;" 4.---__ __:. ____________________ IC II i116 Bomh..r"CColon- of NW'4 2$3 II .ot Southern CelnnIsatlon 31 280 Southern "olon- 4
-, to_4" An except BW'4 ----------- : :
P Colon- I1U All ---------------------____________ 15 II 13 eaaoti lhrrnolon18'10
t( _________-------------..-- II II I' 140 Southern af SW' and NW' anelW" !
BJC'4
An
except
Ali .. isation Co. to ..
lotion
Co____ to4'
: J ..... '- ?------===----- S6 It 1111 Southern Colon- '" of NW% ot NEIL _____________ 17 11II\ tlO Southern Izatlon; Colon___: 11 07 All --------------____________?______ I' .1 .1 etanth.rn Colon. '

'. .101' isation Co.... 10.40F '.. olon- All __.:__. _________ _____ C..___ 40f'
F { (10 Southern ColonIsatlon : JI II II .It Southern ___.________- 11 .1 I' h. Southern! .
17 11 --------- --- Cnlotalutlon
.. : -------
All.e.--; ,.-- -------- -'JII ---- --- .Uon Co____ 10.10Nof
. .J' Co --- 10.40. {"n. 4040 ."
F --w ---- II It 14 ,41 Southern Colon- N/Otf/ _______________ It II II 1& 8 futlon:: Colon- ITI All --------------------1-----___ ___ II II .1 U' 80.th"rn ('nlcilft-I ; !I

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K.1SJSIMMEE VALttT GAZETTE
THE.
4 JRIDAY. JULY 21, 1916.
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w'J i PF LAND. o '
a.. DESCRIPTION I 01 oFe'r
. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. g p d.\ 01YNOR_ pal :: aHCq .. =.
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Loti I. to B. Ino.{ ,__.....:...!._..._:.___:...._. 8 II 1:14: 1110 South..rn CulonWu ..'
I Lot i. 1.l\c' ,..:_.. ..j. ___------t --. -.. -.:. ..-- Moore. ) -...--. .61 lutlon Co.r.. 1O.U.
4'' S3 01{ Nm"-4 and E'A: of 8W%, and SE % Sout'h..rn Lot 6, 4,1k 116 ----a_._._ _---.;-".__..-.r--- -.. '..- -.; -- 91oore. M --.... .61 . 't to 16, 6450. and N4 .tqt 111.1._,_. '8,06, u 1150 Bouth ern ColOa i ..
'
and lots 1. 2, 6. 7. 8 __,................ 81 ,' 88 8S 414 Colun- Lot 9. blk'l.ll1 _--r---; ...... _..__. -. ..- '-- --.. 'l'eeknow.. A __ .. ..61,1.oU ( h atlon .f :- 10.04

4 U' 82 lutlot: ('n_ __ 82.08 G and-il. blJc 11L _..,..._""......_r ,.. Moo. .., J\{ ---- 71I lot 11 >l_:-_,,.:-:.-.-- __....__,..::.__ 9 as'34 to VnkoowWt. : ::: 1.11. : rWu

SI% _u___ _u____._u .____...:...___.._ 83 ut Southern Colon. Lot 2. bik 125 __________?______7------------./.___ ,lure. II( .4.A____ ll'to 2Ina ______,....__._.._._,;... .9 85 84 140 So..th..n Colon .
"Iutton Lo_ __ 20HAU I Lot 4. blk 125 ---- .61 hmUon CoColonIsht4on'Co _.__. '.41

R'I., .. _________..____..____J------- 83 83 8S Q40 S i'olonAU Lot 'I blk 128 --------------------------------------A_____'___..:?_______.ar -__' ,Ill 2 8 to d, Jna and.S% lot 15 ..l.-- 15 I! 150' Southern -
lutlon ('o__, ] 10.04
4Q4O { -- -- --- -

--__________.:_:______ t_____,.m___ 8J 88 .3:1: 639 8outhrrn CulonIzntlon : I' Lot Lots 10.;,and hik 129"hlk___129'1.-----________-._________-__ -.-- -- --- 'Sacklio'C' ---- ,61 Lot U .__-_-___:.___-' __-__________.---- 10, 25. 14 to $outhern Colon: :
Co__ 10.40All i Lot blk .. A .61 'Latlotl Co ._ u.

..__.. _a_ ____:._ _:_____u___________ as 83 82 841 Southern Colon.leatlmt : Lot 61 I, blk 18--------------------------------- 1II00re.. 1{ u 1.--__ .6\ Lot.1 to 8. Ina ____-.________.___} ___ 11 85 I. 160 Bouthern Colon: \

"ft Co-__ 040 I Lot 5 Iflk 131 __________ ..__ -- -- -- '--- NackhoR. C .--- .ct 'i 10."

'. Ala Fot Rfver _._.____.__.__._______ 0 8S 32 400 Sou thorn Colon- I Lute D.. 8 and 10. bik 183 _________,_.-_ .- -- -- --- T..cknow.' A -.- ,T1 LoU B to 16. Ina .------------------- 11 15 E180 Bouthern : l ln: ,

.... Roiithern ( U5SIiI1' ; Lots 2 and 10. blk 138 ______________ -- -. -- --- Tecknow -: l.aUon Co ___ 10."

4 ..' All E. ot RiveT ______________________ 8 3S 83 .320 'nlon. Lot 4. hlk 138 ___________.____u_ ___. -- -- -- --- Nackhon/ -.- ..61 I Lot. 11 to U. Inc. ._-____\_____________ 11 III 34. 16q Southern Colol\- .

laoUon COn__ 20li1 Lot 7, blk 119 __ ___________ .-- -". -- leaden 10...
All ____ __ __ _______n_______________ 16 3" .3 RIO 94oodY. H Ju_ 4010 Lot 7. blk 140 u.u____________________ --. -. -- --- '1e".know.. A. --- .61 Lou 25 to 3SIIna' _.___________::______ 11 311 .E160 Southern COlott :

All E. of Hlver ____nU_____ _____ 21 36 31! 240 South..m ('olon1..Uon Lot 10. blk 110- __________________-__ -- -- -- --- NackhoR C ____ ..61I faatlon 'i.l: ._,: 10.p'Lol.
l'o___ 1562 143 NackhoR, CA .61 Lota I. 2. 8. 6, 8 _________;_________ 11 36 i100 Bouth ern : '
u
1,, All E. of Hlv..r ____ _______u _____ ____ 21 35 82 80 South'rn Colon- LotICI I l I'k 113 :::::::::--:----------- :: :: :: ::: Tecknow. ::: .61: ohatlonuth C' '..tILota
.
t ... Souuthern' Co_._ 5'll LotI.nt'4 I. hlk411\ __ _.____:::: -:::::----: -- -- -- --- 111001'. M ------ .111 9. 10. U. U. U. 111. 16 __________-_ 11 III 1110 $ Colon. r

,All 1':. of Illver .__nu__.:______ _____ 35 3" 82DO t Colon36" blk 146 _-_ __ ____ __ _-_-_-_-__ -- '-- -- 1>0nouKh. It n_ :01 I 1 801 'i.l: _. : f.,,liutA.en
faatlon Co__. 25113 n NachoR C .61 _____________ III It 100
r Lot 5. blk \\46 ____ __ _ -- -- -- --- .n 11. 18. U. U. U. ____
All __ ___ __ ______ _________ ___ r 32 840 South..rn 1'010n- Lot 3. blk 141 __ _=== ---:---------- -- -- -- --- Trchnow. A u__ ..6tI.ot Sol:: c 'i.ln: : '..15Lota
n ---- ------
Isatlon'Co___. 40.0 4. hlk Ill _un__::::_u_ ______ U -- -, _n al'kholT. C _n_ ,61 Lou 26. 28. 18 to 31; Ina anQ" W14 lot P7 11 15 at 150 rn
:' 3 and all Wof canal. of -- -- -- Moore; M -___ __ .111 c ' 10."
Lots 2 and Lot I. blk 1&9 ________ ; -r- 180
. lot 1 __ _ __ __ __ ____ _______ ___ 28 28 31 108 Mak9naon' 'V n Lot J. blk 181 nn__n.u ______-u--___--__-_-_--_ -- -- -- u__ llonouah. R --- .61 1 to 8. Inc. u_____________________ 18 IS at Bouthern Colon.
H. .._ .61 10."
DonouKh. '
( 0rsley 6112it -- -- -- u "' -
, --- -- --- Lot 6. blk 188 ____ __
; ...!. AW' of NW'4 __ ___ _________.._______ 13 28 .1 40 I. I, La._ 899 Lot 9. blk 188 _____uu_____ :::::::--------- -- -- -. u Tpchno. A ____ .111 Lots 11: u. 14. 16. 16. 11. 18 ________:___. I36 at 140 Bouthern Colon.Ysallon G

H' of NE'4 __u____ __uu_ ____ ____ 21 28 31 80 Godboll Mrs.t Lot 4. blk 184 __________-.._ -------- -- -- -- u_ Sack holT. C __n 81 Co ____ '.41

f o. J __ _- Ig Lot 8. blk 161 ___ _ -__-_-_-_-_-_---_-__--_-_ -- -- -- --- Moore M. ___n_ .81 Lot 13. ________ ___ ___________________ 18 III 34 .0 Unknown __ ____ !.Of
t NFJ % end N.- of f'E'4 _ ____ __ __nn 1 84 81 240 9fondyH :::: : Lot G. blk 1811 __ -- -- -- -- -_ -- --- 1'.chno.. A __ __ .61 Lots 20. n. 23. 24. 96 ____ ________ ______ 18 III at 100 Southern Colonlutl .
/- E. of Rlv'r .::_ 1 34 31 400 Soulh.n Colon.Istlon : -- n - Rack holT. (' --__ .RI Co _- 8.15
H1l of HIr! % and \S'yy I.ot 1. blk 170 __:: : :::::::::::::::: 311 :
Co__ _ 255311 Lot 8. blk 173 _-_____ -- -- -- -- nonoulh.. R ---- .61 Lots 28 to 32. Ina ____u______________ 18 U 100 ern Colon.talf
____ ____ ______ 11 34 31 1 South"n f nlonlaatlan ------------- -- -- -- --- T..kno... A -- - ..1111.0t Co '.15 '
of lIv'r Lot __
hlk
\ 1: 3. 1811 ____ _,.. _____ ___ :
( : 'o- 1.01 8. ilk 186--------------n u -- -- -- --- Tlonou6h R __ _. .61 Lob 1 to 8. Ina _______u______________ 19 15 3180 rrn Colon.

All _ _ _ ______ -------mnu--- 1'2' 34 31 640 Unknown _ :::: 4010 Lot 4. hlk 181 :::::::::::::::::::::: -- -- -- --- Moore. l>[ C --- -- .61 hatlon Co .-.: 30.00

All N, of Hlv..r( __ .. _____ __ ____ 13 34 31 614 South.n Colon.Isatlon Lot 9. blk ItJII _.___ -- - -- --- NackhoR -_- ..RIot Lots 9 to 13 Inc and Iota 111 and 16__ 11 III at 140 Bouthern Colon.aatlon
--- --------------- Tecknow. A .111 / Co 9.4?
('o. __ 4040 '
-- -- h -- n ,
blk __ _
10. 199
All F or 'ltlvrr __ __ __ ____ 23 34 31 510 Bouthrrn ('olon: 1.01. 4. blk 2110 __- ------ ----- :- -- -- -- -- 111001''', M ..__n .RI I.ota 11 to 24. Inc. _____________: ______ III III U 160 Southern Colon: -

laatlan Co__ _ 31.62 Lot bik 200 -_-_ :::::::::::::::::::: NackhoR. g .61: Bouthern Qol 10.16 ,
-----------------n------------n : u :: :: :: ::: NackhoR :::: :.61 19 311 U 160' I ii"
" All __ 24 34 81 640 1.nknown - -- 4010 Lot : blk 203 ____nu ____________ RRCkho" Lota 211 to U. Ina ____________________ '
_ ___ __ __ ___ 25 34 31 640 Roulh'rn ('nlonlaatlan : -- -- --- C __ .61 1..Uon Co ____ 10.68
All __ __ ____ _ __ _ uu Lot 4. hlk 208 __ __ _______________
_
-- Moore M ____ .61 I 15 84 160 Southern
Co__ __ 4040 Lot 2. Ilk 2)6 : -- -- -- n Lota 1 to 8. Inc. ________ ____________ 20 Colon: '
: ------ ----------------- -.61 lUll
AI __ _ __ ____ nn_______________ 211 84 81 640 17nkno\\'n _ ____ 4010AI l.ot 5. Ilk 220 _______ -- -- -- -- MOnre. 190. nh Bolrht I '

Eo of -Hlv..r _ ____ ______ _ __ ______ 35 34 31 80 Soulh"rn Cnlonlsatlon Lot 4. hlk 223 nuu._ _ ___ __ _____-_-_--_--_ -- u n ___ Trrknow Rack holT.. I'A _.______ .61.61 Lots 8 to 16. Inc. ____________u______ 20 15 U 160 Colon. 10.18 (

I 571 Lot T. hlk 224 _____ -- u -- n Southern: colon
___ :
AIL _ p. __ __ _____ ____ _-__-____ 38 34 31 640 unknown : :: : 4071All ( Lot R, ilk 282 :::::: __--nnn__ _____--_____ -- u -- -_-- T..l'kno.'V.lte. J 0 A____ n .61.71 I Lou 11 to 24. ins ____nnn_________ 20 ,36 U 160 hatlon Co : 10."
_ _ _ _ 1 35 31 80 Southern Cnlonlaallan I.ot 7. ilk 284 -- -- -- n on -
Jo:. of HI".r nunuu .n :
('o_ n 1171 lots 1 and 9. blk23'7'-un-------n--- -- -- -- -- \\foore. J\I _uu .71 Lute 25 to 32. Inc. ______ ____________ 20 n U 160 Bouthern Colon.aatlon
of 1 SW'4 5 26 30 5 Stoy. A U_ __. _11 n - U h_ HR..kholT. C _u 1 1I.t CO _-__ 111."
or NF.4 Lot 3. Ilk 2111 _. Sol
of AI' 4 __
FS4 -u-c--
nuunu ___ Mnnr. 1 M _ __ 61 I 2t n U 160
1 or N9: '. -- n -- u Inc. _________ :
S'4 of 14! VI4 of I'll'; ,. and' S4 I. blJ( 2113 Lots 1 to 8. ---- -------- 801st Ion Colon10.10
.1 of NW '4 _ _ __ __ _ --_ -- ____ I6 2r. 30 40 LI-hIRI'Y. Henry Ii 40 Lots 6 and 9, k-Z53--=-=::-= :::::::: Saekhoff t b ,77Lot
: :: : : :::: : .
: :
: : :
N'.. of !-H:< '4 nf- -N\V'4\ __ __ _ __ _ _ _ 18 21i 30 20 New one. W E_ 2.9 1 3 L bik 254 _ _n.nu-- _____._ Moor... 1\' _ _ ,61.RI I.ota 9 to 16. Inc. ______________________ 2t III 14 180 Southern Co Colon.Isatlon 10.'.
WcfRvV -- -- - n -
of 141'I : > of vW'4and' Lilt 1. ilk 2r.1i ilG

1-1\4 of t tN_14.0_ or HW'4_ __ __ __ __ __ _ _ _ ]IA 19 21i 2" 3ft 30 15 80 Or"'n..To..h 1oberxon. J I\i:: R91N'4 6.61Hrs. Lot Lot t blk bik 2647 266 -=::.-:.:: --:: :::::::::::::__: :: :: :: :: -: Tecknow SaekholT.: C A :::: :.AI R:( Lots 11 to 2' Inc. ____nn___________ 2t U no Bouthrrn IsaUon ColonCo ___:_ 10,51LQte

: or NI'4 1 runS', 211---- nuunn -,.. -- -- -- 11001'. M n ___ .61 Inc. __ _____.____________ 21 III 34 1110 Southern Colon.Izatlon -
SF'4 32.
, HI' ,'or of NEof Lot 10. hlk ____ __ __.____----_ 110nolllth. It __ .&1 25 to Co _, to."
,
900 ft N 177 ft. i': 321' ft. N 488 ft 13 Lot 2. ilk 218 ___ __ -- - -- :
f.71 ft K BOO ft p _n_ _ 32 25 30 10.lth..rh '. E R10- 3. Lots I and 4 blk uif8 __Unn ____ -- -- -. -- Trrknow A uu 71 Lot. 1 to 8. Inc. _unn____________ 2T as 14 180 Southern Colonhots
unu 111.,1'. M ___ .fit 10....
of N11'4 of 1 ST. Vt run N Tot 10. Ilk 216 ___ __ ___ ___ ___ -- - -- ROUlIII': : -
SW :
ror
Hi IT - u n __ __ __ _u1'101,1'\ M _ _ _ .RI : ZT 81 U 160 ColonL.tlon
W 420 ftR"4 32 2r. 30 2 Oonhnlt Mrs L 1-37, '', 16 Inc. ________ ____ ____
210 n
210 ft. 13 4zO ft S ft. Lot 3. hlk 271 __ --_______ ___ ____--__ ,..__ ._ _ IInnoulI'h .61 9 to u to."
12 2r. SO 20 Mllar Wm _ __ lLlnAVI' !I Lot 5 hlk :::: n it 00 -

%of of BF'4 SF "of _RI14-_ _-_ _----_ _- -_ _--- __ ____ 32 26 30 40 Simmon.. MrH Lot 5.. Ilk 218 284 __ _.___nu.n__ _____ __ u n ___ Moore. M _ __ 61 Lots 11 to 24. Inc. ________uu_______ 37 81 If 180 Southern Colonlaatlan -
n..nuu Mnnrr. M _ .61 Co __ 10.10
A i __ __ _ 3-2i; -- -- -- n u -
u Lot hlk 286 __ _____ __________ _
\V n MnkliiHon pub rlUn of R\\.4 _ 4 5* SO _ 1.01 }13. ilk 281 _ -- -- -- --- NackhoR. C _ __ .AlN'lorlda Iota 25 to 32. Inc ____________n______ 21 all If 160 Southern Colon-: l

_ . _ _ p -- - 4 30 2'A 1111(1M( oit . 1_ 6'! Fretfi Tk, -la.d -i.-s. .: o' c 'i : to.'.
31 ft
Lot f'1' ?'4 of RW'4 _u_ _ p-u__ _ 9 26 30 40 I'sl..y E 1._ __ 42_ II;!: 'DI.b'In. of. .. Fruit lit Lots 1 to 6. Inc. u-__ nu.____________ 28 all 14 l Southern : l 10."

HW\, It.B. Ixit NK" nor run Lot 7. bik It ------------------------------------T Sousthern: Cnlun I'; :
NN'4 of I LA" Cn_ _ 144 Z8 all U 160
417' ft. N Inc. __ __ ____________
10437 ft, K 1 /4 1.01. P to I Jnu
417'X. fl. B
W .
10 2r. 27 10 HRII..v..1 If A 1'0 1 14I Co to."
_ _ i.NV . 232 30 1O (rnci n rI SO I''I Lilt 14. Ilk. n Southern n
1041 fl - _ -__- 24 27S> hOiri 'rnw.'v.' W A ;,,,t I Lot 4 hlk A ::- :- --- -- -- - ---. -- 22 21i 21 10 lalley I. __ 114 11 to 24. Inc ________ ___________ 28 35 34 160 ColonIzRtlon -

,' Lota, of 1 I. 2.NP',4 3 nnd;1 SMi of lot 4 '. -_ ._ _ 13 1O .10/ I'i rumiBV. (' A rsi(I Lute. 1. H. 9. hlk C :: :::::::::: ::::: : :: 26 :5 21 30 FT Land Fruit Co nn.t_ 244lert. Lots 28 16 84 1110 SOUthern Co('olon-__ __ 10.eta ./' '

__ _ _ 24 ::11I 3/1/ 178Rn LI"ht..v Pllr-- 25 to 32. Inc __. __.__nuu____
l.otn. 1.: i. 3 and 4 .p p sons ',, ttleI't I 'ci ] 04''' 21 25 21 20 Halley. lire Lu I ((45 / Rol,aatlon Co _-- 10.11 ;
t. 9 ,and la I.!!. 4 _
of N\V'4 pu _ _ u_ 1it 2. 29 rrnmm..f, _ 'j 11 I.0I 4 and. It;n-ni- I.I: lots\- ]13: I.nlR( 1 to 8. Inn __ ___ __ n__ ______ . 29 35 34 160 ,nh.rn Coon.' l ItL
!
Iz"tlon ( to.G
AV'4 ; 1 : .tl.1 : 32 2 21 60 FJot Frllit nod 1 0
2" 21 10 r (in],'. \\ __ 4": -- 00
of :N\\S.: u Ill, .t _ _ _ _ _
if H\V'/
NK'J - - - -- - T 1.1011,1 ('o 623 29! 15 84 1.0 Floulh..rn ("olon1.0' -
of \ __ ._____ ___ __
i"'l c" i.f NE'i f. to 16. Inc. 'n -
N" of NF' lor vtV' ". 2r. 27 40 111111.., .] If 1 rn 22ahots :! 10.'S'Lnl.
1111.1,1.: : of :X'\V: ifS ]..,to" 6 ; S c.lo-n-; : : SIIsatlon
NT'a' of BN'a, _ 9 2'0 21 3r. \lrJl"\\.l1 Th"_ 4 9'',, 1 111 and li'4 1):2: 2r. 27 3a/ IInll"\.1 If R C 254 17 t 024 In. ____________ .. __ 29 35 U 160 &/=t/on/
\\ 4 Co 1O.6S
of I'W' ,9 2'0 21 r. ( M 1 1''. 1 ]....t12 7 v 9:. ]12. hll, n : : 32 26 27 ro 1'lotdu' I.'r" 11 & -
:NT': :
HI P':: of Itittnni'T
N'0' 29 3f. 34 160 Southern ('olod
of Ml'1' "fW. ',. 9 2" 21 r. .1 1 H I -f------- T land "Cn 4 29LOI1 .. 2& to 32. Inc ____-__ ___ ___ _ _u !
of S\V .
iH 32 .2" 2 60 FlorlIM Frlrl' & 1'0 .__ to.6'

C'. ,':. H nonr'+ Vup-I)111.1on i.f """ 01 inin 2.1:; 211 ., 10. U 14. ifi. 10] I Ill.! 11 n _- __ _ T ].,,,,,1 I'." 4 2"LOtM I t" A. inn ______ _._ ___ ____ -- 31 &t b780 Southern Colon
alt' '. of M Wl.nta '/ 34 25 21 40 11n1I' J 11&1'0 321 I Lou laat/on (b . to.6I
__ \ 21 2-1' 10 Sorqr. c r. _ _ 1 A:; y -
1 ii ml" -2Ijtherty 7. v 9 10. 4.41 II n _ _ _ _ __ 31 33 U 1f.O Foulhern Colon.faatlon .
Park h..I.... Hiil - ' ofLota _ _ _ ..n,. ... 20 3, and 4 to 12 %wr. hlk I 6.. _ :: : : : : - \; ;: ''I''.';; n'I-I': ; 1 f" I (.;,Ionn. Q
Southern
'r part n If )'sunk'V. 264 : .5.1: 1.4 ; - . 6' Ine. ___ ______ _____ __ ... 31 all 14 160
. 2 to 6 Inn Ilk A U --p - 'I 1.11 III 16, - - - _ _ u ___. 1d'I..II" \l' r. .fol .. .t.. 11 to 24. n hatlon CoColon.leatlon ___ IUSI.nl" i'Lott
Keen' Suh-llyl.lan' l lLota 01 fart of_ I" 2.12R: 29: ,lit 1. I'Ik 16 _ __ __ _ _ ___ ___ __ _ _ -- - - n :
J. n 81 35 U 160 Southern
J. Natllea 1 1Lotx \ __
.__________
_ 10 l rlnshlre Pr' R 2 64 -- - - - n 32.nl'. _____
1 and J _ _ _ nP h -- Lou r. and n; Ilk lv 465l.nt 26 to Co _. 10.11
;
Jots \V X. Y and 25li _ _ 00 _ 00 20 RlmtiHon-J,;, --- 410/ I I 3 4.41, 19 - : : : : : : -: : : : : : : :::: :: : : : : : : : It"o"-) ] : ::: l1Lntn __ U 85 Sf 160 Southern Colon.-
_ 11 2 29 8(' ThurltT, C .- -- 93" :: 11.] 11; :14 John, 1 to 8. Inc. ____._______________ .1
SWM IO. S'
of - - -- - ])urr",, . 1 ;J ..111.lt < '

NI.NWU- '4 of nod NW'4 l LetSK I....' NI'cor; '.. of of NR14 NK'J of of 9 1 and Ilk q 21 Ilk 21-------: _ __ __ _ n -_ -_ -_ -_ -_-_ -_ -_ -_ M.-or.\'th.>r'r.< IF ___-____- ...BIl.otR .9291erM Lots 9 to 16. Inc. ______________________ as all E160 Bol.-,: ; Co Colon.aatlon _- : 10.I


NW '4 run N 630 ft.V 360 ft, 8 030 It. 11 :9 25 r>ihhi. F C 4 7 I 2 3' hlk-26-----oo-------------- -- u - - 1-B_ .71 ____________________ U 81 Sf 180 Bouthern Colon. :
., _ u.o __ ( 1Nu ].OfR l'Rn" hlk 3i-: :: : :: : : :::::::::: -- -- -- - n 1.tll 11 to 24. Inc. l.aUon Co .___ 10,68
5S'N NWVS ___. _ _ 11 25 29 16 1I'rl'n1lln P J 10 11 .. '
"f S\V'4 Ke.u TIIIe. 15"\34
of of I'.mln.'p R' Bond, A A L___ .11 ________ 31 180 Southern Coton-
____
RW',4 of SWU of NXVV4' U nn 12 25 29 10 __ 1 5n Lot 15 Ilk 17 _- _ _____ __ -- --_ -_- dwte..n 1.01 Lola 21to 82. Inc. ________ tUSt.aUon
of NW4 _ 12 25 29 20 t'nknow" - - - 2 6N .ot" i and -ili-i _ ._ ._ ___ -- -- n Phillips & Bouthern :oloi:
1'ndlv MInt In NKH - u 'hlt... John __ __ .77 _____________ 3If 15 U 10
.hfhIH'.. of I-art ..fpI :2SNU :29 All hlk 39 n - -- - - W K lot 2 __ !_____________ LIT
I \V.Lot K. 9 Allen'. hlk 4 _ __ -- u n Tyree. n A 73 .\ Ilk 41 B :: :: ::::::: :::::: ::::: ::_: .- -- -- --- Phlla A Oaten ,.77Derr 21 h to "' Cil ____._ 1..1

> of'nliviri'F.\ ';C of Park 8.I'\ tot P _ _1_____ ___ __ '_ ''_ - nJtno -- -
- NW 4
RF'i of __ Cox. J 3 ________ .59
of SW -- u __ _ 1 n ao Southern Coton-
BW'4' K'A of F ''tt NKVi Lot I. Ilk 22 ----------- I.OtH I 10 a. Ina ___________ - -- Co ____ 10.11
"I't.: sold 40. run N 11"k'
K
SW cur .
675. fl R "to Shingle Creek thence R I.ot 1. blk 3 __ ___ ___ -- -- -- 2I Unknown __u_ ..81l..ota 6. Inc. ___________-______ 1.. 8Z 180 Coll>o-
n ;.ol. \9 to u
14'1 Unknown 116 Ca .. "
nlonf ...Id( rreek to R line of paid 40 6 and II. bll$ 11 u:::: _::::::::::: -- u E ---- Iut8011thPrn : 1. y

then W to ben uun _____'___ 18 25 29 28 Rink es. Mart n 1308 Lot U. blk -2---------------------------- -- -- - 254 5 Ml'Cah.Unknown. C _-_-_ 1.14..A7Lille i Lot. to Inc ______ __ _____ t U I 180 Bouthern Co Colon.Iorlon : "
a 2
of NWVi of 8R'4. run SAO Lot 1. blk 18 : --4-- -- - 1 .iQ1.
t Be: NW ror. 'd' W : ::::::: n -- _ 784 Unknown -. ____ 1.511 __ _____ t U Boulbera .
N 90 blk __
vd.. K' 27775 y<1l1. > 2. 21.4 and I. 14 _u_ __ U to 12. Inc. d_ ____ I 10 "
25 It 6 Unknown __ 2 0..0. __ ..R1l..ota [ lutlon Ca
IIBe 26 M..wllon.
27775 yds __ __ __ Lot 11. blk 14 __ _.-- _.____--__ --___u_ -- -- -- etl COloti: 1.
and110 yds K' of NWrnr 7 and 8. blk U _____ __ U -- -- 1- Unknown __ ____ 185 ___ __ I U .2 Bnutheln 3lutlen
__ ____
': *. 90 vda R nn II P ___ 114 t to 2. Inc. ______ _. u :( ... 11./ I
NWV of SK14 run S 175 yd., K Lot n. blk U __ _____ ::: -- -- -- UnknownB Lta :

,:" 140. yds.of N 176 yda W 140 vds ____ 18- 25 29 4 Johnston Jaa M_ 1.4114w14 Lola 2 and 8. blk u n ___--------------- -- -- -- 10 10 Unknown -__--_-_ 185Lota 186Lota Lot. 1 to 18. Ine. u___________ _____ : I n 10 Eotitlon c'.i. 11hLt.
f and WV4 of SK14 and all II and 8. ilk 21 ___ __ -- -- -- --
of NFVt Creek 19 26 !II ISO T 21 162 :: ::::::::-::: -- -- -- 10 Unknown ___ 1811 ___ I U 23 ItU $Onlhsrn ColoaIsstlon :
RF.4 ;i of NW14 Knat of Shlnitle 26 29 Barrr ----.- 1 and 4. blk 14 __ __ .7 t.. U. Inc.. __________ ._ ._ -
*4BRX SO T 22 71 10 F.v"n.. H H' ___ 1861.ILot. Co .
" of NWV 15 and n. ilk Z4 _____________:___ -- -- -- .'
Eli of NWVl -- ::: : : Colon.
26NBU 25 29 14 KIng" A L : 2 11 111 Unknown 11111 UO' Southern a
RY-- I U
_
L _____
A C 19 and 18. blk 25------------------------ ___ _
N of __
of of SE'I4 NFH ____ _______.:________ 31Psirtc 26 29 40 White J R __ __ S.7I Lot 14, blk .5 ____________ __________ -- -- -- II M..ln. B P--- 601 Lot. I to U. tne. __ I l' CO .. ,.f':LIti .

Gard.... Lob 1. !. I. blk 2. ______ __i__________ -- -- -- II Unknown __ ?__ l.4 Lot. 1 to I. Ina __ _____..______.._ I 8E3. ,, uo : Co1o. t..'
Lot .. 10. 11, 11 IS, 20. t1. 21 28. 24. Lot 4. blk Id __ ?:__ ____. -- r -- i Unknown .___ -_. $ :. C'oloe: '

25 26, 27 and 26. ..._.,.............. 4 2< tt TO Dibble, C.F and 10.19a. Tot2I blk 11 _- .-.._ .-_,, -_.- -. -r -- 1.Unkno..n H ... .71 Lot. f andll to 11. Inc _.:__.____*. E' 14 II :10 Suthern 21./0'1 '
J. L _.. -.1 Pau18on _. 1.1' Co. ..
_.
II y --::::: : Lot 1bik 11 _-___.__r--..._.:.:_?._ I.aton 1 ,
{ 1ft 211 CI N A 1.11 Cotoa
_..._ ........... II U.e.1 t.. - ..... If II 110 Suth."
..
...
of lot SO -. -- .0 d Lot. 10 t9 26, Ana *_... -- .
2. Dlhbla3 4.61 d Brown W
5Ixita 26 .... A _
.. _. _
.
u c. 'I'
_____.... Lotll and I. ilk A ,
_. 1.15 .
.' Lots 28. 29 and _.-?-, 5 t6 III D/hble C F & 3. L 8.U 1 ".- :. -+ I \Brown. W A ', .0 .OL'
,1' 1a
.
... --- 111 Lot .' 3 and-I. blk B.--___----- __-- -- 2L--i 1lmu. .
.. SS and 14 ._--, -------- --- { Lot. 18 and
I t. _____________...... 1 26 : 40 Rrnnlon.S Alec 7.ft Lot ilk B "n.\\- p $ :11 lot 10 __..___ I' $4 10 Colo.Lt. .- "
___ 1 y : Suthern
I NW W14! /4 of of MXVU FfW'4 _____________u________._ 7 !II I 40 WIIlI/mll./ F L__ 1.40471E'4 1'118 Lot I: blk C :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: :: :: : : A ._:: : Lot. I and U and E", I 'I : '.11 ,,

___ "0 26 290 Thurman .Toll MO'CI'. A..I.I.. ee KI..lrreo _.... ______________________ It I UO SOUttI '
of 1'1114:
9 '
';'...... AE4s of SB14 __-- ---- --------------- 6'21. IS 40 F.:11".orth: Tru.t Lot U. blk 18 ___nhunun____ u -- -- 7 Hartnett P R __ 1.0tT. t to In. ILO.

19': Co -. -- u u u. 191Mu.rr ........ ('iii Ea.e Div'. .1 T.w.. H to 18. Inc and lot. t and t3__ 4 I a uO Southern Colonlutlon -

I.... ("0'.. .bnl..I..r N1i1' Lot 5. blk 1 _..__n__ __ _ __n__ _________ -- -- -- --- Barru.. .E L ___ ..5'T. Lot. Co :::: IUr..ot. :

or SWV4-- _ ft 21' 2/1 ...... 'ltyFIY' Arr. Tr..e.. _____ _____ ___ 8 a 20 Vnknown __
.f M\V'i Lola 4R and 46 __ __- 8 Y5 2A 10 Unknown 'VI' _ _ 1'b1] lots 1 to 16 Inc.. blk 5 _. ____ Un______ -- -- -- 80 Thurman H W718 Lot 1 :81. 32--___.___________ __________ 4 80 Southern Colonr
11<< .
60------------------ 3 26 2A 20 ('onfl"r..1 -- - 1 hlk 6 _ -. -- 80 Tlntrman H VI'7,13 leatlon Co ____ 4.dT3,00f :.
Lot. 1 to 16. tnc.. _
and n-
4Q
Iota 61 47, and 48 52 _ _ _ _ _- u _ 3 25 2A 10 Unknown u _ 1 01Lots LIt 1 'to 111 Ine., hlk 1 ___._ __ -- -- -- 80 Thurman H W713 and 3 to 8. Inc __ ______________ II 34 a 10 Southern Colon-
1
R. _ ._ 3 21i 28 40 Unknown . 2.6.FJ'Ao ----- -- 80 Thurman H W1.3 Co ____ ....
lntn 73. 74. 7"i. 76 RR. HO 117 -- - Lots 1 to 18. Inc hlk ,6 __ ____ __ -- - -- luton f:

of NF '4 less le, NR .oor run R Lnl" I tn 16. Inc ilk P ____ ___. ______ -- - -- 80 Thurm..n. H \V_ _ 73 9 to 18. Inc. _____ ___ _________ n II 34 33 180 So Colon_
R'0 \d.. AV 440 yon N 70 \.1. R: :320 ",1. .nl" I 10 16 In.. Ilk 10 ___ __. __.____ u -- -_ 80 Thurman H W7':1: Lot. Rol uthern Co to.1 .\ :

N 590 vd.. W 110 vrtH.. N 220 J' 'dHof _ p __ uP _ 125\ 28 49 "n'flr Trail Lots I In In Inc hlk 12 ___- -__ __ -- __ - -- - 80 Thurm"n.1I_ 713 A.I c.l; ; -n--- to.16
220 j n.n1t Cn _ 4. 5 Harru"o: 1. .A19'lorlde __ _ 134\ 80 r
-- - - - ___ _
Lot 1 1,1k 15 __ 3 _
5 26 28 r. Ell 1..,(",. .T.hn .71 : : 25. 26. 29. 3. - -- --
"' \\ - ; r ; 10fH 1.7
N\V 14 of 1'1\\14 of Iralued l.a., Co'.. NubIIvlson c.I; : ; : '

F'4 L.nd {'..'.. "'4..I.-III.Ina of NK / \O. tr.Q 1 to 8. Inn __ __ __ __ ___ _ __ - 6 34 33 160 Southern '.
Mnnrr 21 2N 111 2 NnLt. Loll - la..llon Cn __ 1086

nt ,1Y 21, %tn '4 InoNWM _ _p------_ _ _ 4 20 24 20 H. nln"ton f1 AI'" L01:::: Ill 4. 'to'1 hlk 1 : : :: :: ::: :: : :: : :: : --- := :: 15 r,7"':.:, nd" I'.:rnw H. : 54Lot. 12. Inn __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 6 34 31 80 Aouth-rn ("olonIs..tlnn r

Lot 10 2r. 2R .0 Unknown pH 26' 'I and, 111 4l1 2 __ _ -'- - 211 ( .II""I..T n 3 55Inls Loll" 9 tn Co _ 6.71I..t. P'I.
of 1W4Hi -
nnd H _ _ _ _ ton 4 'hapll1l111..1 1:114: _ _ 6 34 33 ] Southern ColonI.nllon -
'e.o1.\ to ., I 10 1". Inn hll.) 3 r0
I Inn -
p.o 24 --
-IT 'v.I its 'l0 1'111, ,,..,, ,, n mI.ol 1 'n - ( C" __ 10.6t 1
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nn.or'o of w - - -
N .wjrl\ on 1..1 3 101] 4
- - - ;
\\ ft S' toy ft. R to It Tl ., 4 Ill, S. : : : : ,. : : : - - 10 5Ft; > 1 s. r I 011r. .xe..11 lot 27-- 6 34 33 10 folthp.n ("olon1 1
160 32. Inn
ft. W _ __ 13 2fi 24. 'i Vnkno-w _ 10.I - - - 14 (' 4.v I: c2S )110'0' 25 to 6'11 _ 10.04 4L4.1. :
Ht of p 20 Ijstu T* (I L _ 151. Lot \ Ilk _ I N ; i F : : : Bouthrrn Colon-
4 of !wnv'L' 1.1 25 Zq kH :, , I r./ 101 1". loll, 6 n' _ 5 ;llu us, 24' 1 1 4 Inn u __ _ _ _ 7 3 33 160 10 641Lot.
\\'I ; fNWl 3'. ralcus" 1 rF' t. Izatln ( n
and SH'/i > III 7 _ - -
All except SF'. (.f NEtE 4 llndilv Try Co ?14 Lot. 7 It lnd 13. . __ 1 111 1 "olon- .
_ 31 2r. 28 5fO u r. Lo ksun \ 6f _ 7 33 '
H 10111.1'
,.1I. -
/ - ',' Ir.1 4, 11 - 9 1r.. In" _ .on .n 3 J0
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1.nl. 3 4 13 14. 15 -- 28 70 Trll.k..tt 111R F 4 i1 Talonn. _ _ 15 Tuilna A 24 24. 3n 31 32 -p- 14 26 111., lot 2 and, nil lot 3 Mk 1 _ _ u
14 14 347. 45, 46. 47. 4R - - - 14.2R 26 90 Trlultt: I,1a F: 490l.nl "",.Ifh..rn C'ol..I".tl..n 4 ...... 1"lnt ofLotn ] 9.20.22.23 _ 9 34 33 120 Aoulh..rn Colonlo -
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l..t 1. 1011 6\: _ _ _ __ _ __ -- JOhneon. Mro H M 77Eliortda Lola 17 to 24 Co ___ 10 66 Lota 21, 23 25. 31, 8- -, 3 C0 ____ '.'6 :

Lot 2 hlk I Aarle.lter.l 64 ; ; C.-; : ,,;' .--niv"2, --- 26 U. -JO- lfoare. M.. -- -- 1469 Lob 25 to 32. Inc. __ __________________ 2 35 34 168 Southern Co Colonization _ __ 10 CO I Lot 1 to 9. Inc 1 14 18 180 Boutb..rn ColonIzatlon n1- 90 ;

l.ot 4 _ __ __ -- -- -. -- --- -- -- d -- ____ ______ a 85 84 16R Southern Colonization lot 11 ____ U .0 Southern 1'ln'
".r.._...._ __ ___ __ __ 3 26 31 10 Moore. Mn" _ _ 1 479r Late 1 to 8. Inc. ____ __ ___. n Co nu 0.116 Lot 12 to 15. inc. and EH 1 3 I..ton I 1
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24 to 30 -- It Town "Sfir" Co 10 r.Rl 3 3134\ 188 Southern Colonization 34 8outhrrn Colon- .
6 H Lo" 11 to 24. Inc. __ _._._----------n Co ._ .10 66 Lots to 30. Inc.. and lot I 1 a 10 Co __ .41
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Lots 1 2 6, / NW"----- : :: : ::: ::: 16 25 i1 10 Brun. A Krause 1 64 I.ot. 26 to 32. unU ( Co _ _ 10.66 Lot. 1 to 9. Inc. 1 aJ _ _ 1.0

R nod A of 10 'Bruns. It Krause 1 r,9 II 311 84 12R Southern Colonization 34 38 140 outhern 'olon-
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::01.. Q to H Inr 'of N\.I\ nf 6 H R : : 1 07l II 33 34 3'1 Unknown - 231 14 83 180 Southern Colon-
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25 \VI4 lot 7 and. all lot 8 __ .________ _____ 32. Inc. to U
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; < Lot U Ii she_ ______ _.h.__ __ ______________ __ 20 26 81 1 NAr'I'' 'fit"' Farm Co. and-- 00 107 Lots 111. 18. 19. 20 _____________________ 8 ,35, 34 84 Southern Co Colonization ___-. 6.71 Lot 28 13 11 3 83 II 10 40 TTnkTo.n Bouth..rn Colon.isatlOnCO-- ----- III j. ,


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.............. 15 828 120 SouthernIsiitlon ColonCn :
isation Co ____ 9.42 Lots, 9to, 16. I'!-Co --.--.-.....-.:-.+.- "II 3" .2 160 Southern l'olon ,
-... 818 Lots 3 to 8. Ine. and SlAt lot- ......_: 9 35 83 ISO' I laRllon l. o ___.
-1 \ Southern Oplon- 10.68 a
Lot 1 to I, Ino .............____ ___ 16 2$9 1 180 .SouthernIsatlon Colon '
Izatlon Co ____ 8.80 Lots 17. to 24, Ino ___..._____ "___ 12 It 32 100 Southern Colon
1 Lot 6 10 11 12,14 C(. _',_- 10.00 Lots 9 to 10, inc. ....-.............___ 9 85 $3 160 Southern Colon.Lots n.uu I""tl on C'0 ____ l .8"
.f..._____.____.____ 18 1483' 100 Southern Colon '
Ian lion Co _u_ 10.66 1.4t..26 to.U.lnc.I..U lot ao :._______ 12 It 32 140 Southern 8:1' ..
isationBouthrn Co 6,95 38 to 25. Inc. __ ......._. ___ + : : :
Lot 17 to 14. Ine. ._._ 9 85 33 160 Southern ColonIsatlon ,..42"t"L
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Co ____ 10.66 a t. 1 to E, I Ina __________________ 13 Il4 32 160 ton i
Lot SS to 32 Ine. "' izationSou Co __ U6 Lots 27 28. 29. 31, 82 ____________n____ 9 8'5 83; 100 Southern ColonIzntlon u Sold I Uun Ca 10.88 '
_.____-.__._____n 16 34 SS 160 tli<' Colon- :
rn Co __n 6.96 Lata' to 1/'inc. _________________.___ IS It 32. 160 Suuthern' Colon I .,
isationSouthern C'o 10.<.1G Lots 2. 3. 7. 8 and. E 14 lot 6WH __________ 1) 36 83 I 90 Southern Colon- laatlon Co ____ 10.6
Lot 2, 5, 6, 7, S _____________________ 17 84 SS 100 < olon-
T Izatlon Co ___. 6.86N' Lata 17 'to H, Inc ___ __ 13 34 $2 1611 Routhern Colon
Ii. Isatlon Co 695 lot 4 - __ _____ ___ _ 11 36 S3 .10 H _. 107 h --------n-- lautlon: .___ \
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Lot 9 10 IS 17 IS (1o
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I. nu 17 34 33 140 Ron t h<*r n Col n-- "A. lot 6 ...:.:_:.__:_______ 11 86 81 10 Moapr.n.R L _n 1.07 26 to 33, Inc. _____ ]13 832 UII &uUhern lolon. ..,.,
'Ixatlon8out Co _? 9.42 ],of" 11 to 21. Inc. __________ 11 85 33 220 Southern Colon ILOI. nnu linllnn ( 0 __ __ 10." .
Lot 21. 6!. S3 .__.____________________ 17 84 38 BO li<*rn Coloii-I .
4 'isation Co n._ 16.86 Lots 1. 2. I. 6 10 8. Inc and F.%" lot 4__ 14 34 32 150 Southern t'olonIsntlon -
IxntlonSouthern Co 417 Lola 220 32. Inc. ]< HH lot 26___.__._ 11 86 33 200 Soul turn Colonization I : : Co _
Lot 26 26. 29. SO, 81. SS _________.____ 17 34 3.3 120( Clone 10.041 ,
Co ____ 15.62 W % lot 4 .___________________________ 14 34 32 10 1I111'norl.. A ll. 1.07
izntlon Co 818 Loll 1 l to 8. Inc. IPBS lot 6 .______ __
h Lot S to 10, Inc. _____________________ 18 34 33 160 Southern <"'nlontZHtloti : _- 12 36 33 14O Southern Colonization Lots 9 to 16. Inc. _________________._._ 14 34 32 160 I-oll\rn! !, ColonIznllnn .
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Lot. 19, 32. 28, 24 ____________.'_______ 18 84 33 80 Colon Loin II Tu"ie. ." Inc "IZIIIII.IIIIIIIIirI __ 12 12 sr 35 31 33 160.20( Unknown Southern Colonization __ I hh 1.69 Dots 17 to ;4. Illc. _____un_______.___".. II 34 32 160 1MI.rn! 1'01011- -4Isntlnn

IKH! Ion Cu. 671 I i I I Co ___ 10.66 '
Lot 21 ___._____r__ ____________________ II .14 S3 20 Unknown -. Iii!' iMs 17 fo 24. Inc Co __ __ 10.66 Lots 2G to 32. Inc _______L____________ 14 34 31 160 Rnulhvrn' t'clonIzollon .
Lot 26 68. 27 28, 29 31. 32 __________ IK 34 31 140 Huuit h<>rn (VloiiIzntlon I nnnnuu ,12' 35 33 160 Southern Colonization : : ; l.n __,.. 10.66 j
W-'i Co ____ 10.66 '
('0 9 42 Lola 25 Lots 1 to 8. Inc.. lea lot 8 ___?______ 19 34 33 140 Southern ColonIzntlon I Iltlltlon 1'0 _'n '10.D6
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i Co _ 10.(id Lola! 9 I to 1 10, In.'. _________ Co -- -- 9,42 ,Lot 17 to 14. Inc. ____________________ 15 34 32 160 Southern ColonIsxllon -
18 35 33 160 Southern Colonization
k Late 17 to 24. Inc. ____________u______ ]19 34 831 160 Rout!; I hei'n Colon- I I unn Co __ _-_ 10.66 Co ____ 10.116

IzHt Ion Pi _ _ 10 ,0 I.'ltH ,17 >In 32. Inc. __ __.____ _______ 13 85 33 120 Southern Colonization Lots 26 1031. Inc nn._______ 16 34 32 160 Routhern! ; : ColonIzatlon
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Lot. 26 to 22 Inc. __________n_________ 19 34 33 160 Southern
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Colon-nc :i:: : I. __ _Oh______________ 14 35 33 140 Southern Colonization Lots 11 to 20. Inc. _______nnn_ 16 34 32 2011 H..ulh..r ,'...Ionlall -
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Izatlon'o- __ 8 18 .. <'. slut lot 16 __ III 34 12240( I-.ulh'rll "olon."
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Lot. 9, IB 13. 14. 16. 16 ______________ 20 34 33 120 Rout horn ('olonI Un isation Co __ 942 1..11011 1'0 00 16.6:1 'j

I lent Ion Co 8.18 I,olR lt! lo 24 Inc. _______ ____ 14 35 33 120 Southern Colonization n Lots 1 to 8, Inc. ________________.n___ 17. 34 32 100 Boulhern! Colon.
Lot 18. !0. 23, 24 _u_________________ 20 84 33 SO Rout h.'Pri <'olonIxntlon nn Co ____ 8.18 lautlon: ('o __ _ 10.66 1

Co _ __ 6.71 Ijoln 25 to 32. Inc. _. __ 14 35 33 160 Southern Colonization Lots 9 10 18. Inc. _________nnn_ 17 34 32 100( Soul hern ColonIzntlon '
Lot 26 to 32. Inc. Iptm lot 80 ______;. 20 34 33 140 Rout h..rn"olon- -- Co ____ 10.66 ('o _ 10.66

imnt U.n (Co oo 9 42 Lola 1, 2, 3. 4. 7. 8 -1_____ ______ 17 36 33 120 Southern Colonization Lots 17 to 24. Inc ____n_____________ 17 34 32 1410 Routbin I :: I'nlun: :.
Lot :i and 6 to U. Inc. ______n______ 21 34 33 ICO( Southern Colon u Co ____ 8 18 IZIIlInn C0 _ 10.66

Izntlnn C'i 10 r 6 Lots 15 to 31. Inc. _________________ __ ; ,'01.Izutlrn .., _
Lotfi,, 6. 11. 12 _____ ----_________--__ 17 36 31 CO blander K J641 17 34 32 HIIo..lh..rll )
| 12 to 19. except S% lot 11 ----... 21 34 33 150 Southern Nlon- Co _.
Lots Lota 9 10 and 13 to 16. Inc. ____ __ 17 36 33 120 Southern Colonization 10.66
nu _ Lob 1 to 8. Inc. ______________________ IR 34 32 I 1410 I-!onl here. .. CulunIzalllo -
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Lola 17 to 23. Inc. _____________._ 17 86 .33 140 Southern Colon- 0 111,66
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Izntlon Co _ 6 3.1 Co ____ 10.04 11 to 24. Inc. ________.__________. 18 34 32 10u I !<,,"Ih.o ColonIznt ,
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Izntlon Co ._ 199 Co _.. 912 Lots 16 to 32. Inc. ________________n__ Is 34 32 Jr.I. Ruul h. rll "Colon1
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Lota P to 16. Inn n __ ______________ __ 18 36 33 163 Southern Colonization Izntlon 1061f I
Iznt ton Co u__ 6,71 Co _.: 10.66 Lots 1 to 8. Inc. __________________._. 19 34 32 IOn; Southern; ...1.-
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Iznt I Ion Co _ 1 42 lot 21 _tI.otR _n__ --------n----h--n. a!) 85 33 80 Southern Colonization Lots 9 to 16. Inc nn.nu_ 19 34 32 HII0"11; henr, I'ulonImtlon -
Lot 24. 86, 81. 12 and W% lot 23 .
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1 Izat Ion Co n_ 6 33 25 to 30 Ino ____ ________________ 18 35 33 120 Southern Colonization I I Lots 17 to 24. Inc. ______________ -n-- I9 34 32 I I(0 1'"" I h..rn"I"n _- '
Lot 2, 8. 6. 8. 9 and KV4 lot 1 ____n_ 23 34 33 110 Rout hern Colon Co _ _. 818 I"a lion Cn 10 66 .f

IIIIIllonrn.n 758 Lota B. fi, 7. 9. 10. 11 nnd WV4 lot 2____ 19 35 33 133 Southern Colonization I Lots 25 to 32. Inc. ______._________u_.. 111 34 32 1l Ruuthrrn'< .ColunIzlrtlon -
Lot 16 and 21 _______________________, 23 34 S3 80 Southern Colon Co
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lot 8 I..IIlIon (Co _n 1 99 Lots 17. IS IS nn------u-u__ __-- 11 11 rO 1'nknown __ __u_. 4 17 Lotll 9 to 16. Illc. __'__________n______ 2l! 34 32 H" 1'"lh"'n, CnlonIcel(0p -_- i
1 Inc.
Lot to. 8. except ---------- 24 R83 140 Rout hern ColonIZR Lot 11 .-- - -- __- -____ _.__-- ____ 19 3fi 33 20 Southern Colonization ( Co 1066
t l Ion Co A2 : Lola 17 to 24. Inc _nnn______ 21) 34' 32 Ion. -"ulI\O'rl1; Coloulantluo
__ 19q
_____ _____________. Co ,g
Lot 9 to 16 Inc.
n. 24 34 1.1 ir.O **ont h.rn ',ilni" Lot' an _ _ ._ nh. __ __ _ _ __ .____ ____ Iq 11 11 20 {Unknown _ 160 I C0 - 1000
Izntlon ('., ( I.nlll ;25! k 32. Inc. ________.... __________
10 (1C
Lola 1 lo.fi. Inc _____ ___ .__ __ ____ 2(1 35 33 120 Southern ColonSouthern 20 34 32 1f.0 1'"lh"' ('olonIZIIII..II'n -
Lot. 17 to 24. Inc. __un_____ __ .-_ _. 24 84 a3In Southern Colon an110tI :'n S n j i, 1"66

Imtlon Co __ 10 Lot. 25 and 28 to 82. Inc. ___________. -- 20 25 33 140 i
-- 24 .333 120 Southern Colon-
I-.ntlnC.. 942Lute |1 Izntlon, Co 1" RR
I..IIlIon CoSout SIR 2r. 27 2* nnd I lot 3() __ __ _ 20 15 11 70 1'lIk'''''' n 419Lota .ob 9 to 16. Inc. nn__________________ 21 34 32 H.. Sill h, nl "Culnn1.I I
& _________
I.oI.l to Inc. __ __._ _
-- -- 2fi 84 33 100 h Colon- ,,
< rn 1 to K, I IIIol '. _ __ __ 3B 33 IB".. Southern Col.nIzntlon I 1 o Ca 1" 66
Inc.'n 10 r.B I unnn .24 ; Co __ 10 6i3ri ( Lots 17 10 24. Inc __ __ ___________ __ :?1 34 32 101. 1''h, ii ',.,,1-,

Lot 8 to 12, .. .. 9 to IB. Inc. .- unhn __ __ 24 33 100 Southern Colonl7iitlon __ 1 Cu. 1", fl6
$ I..IIII..n'n _ 6 71 Co _ ]11" Lots 26 10 32. Inc _nnnuu__ 21 34 32 1 10u. '..liIh.", .....1-.1I.
Lot 16 to 22.: Inc. unnnun 26 34 .13 14(1( Southern C .I- Lola 17 to 24 Southern Colontrnttfin lanllon Cn. 1 nog f

Iznt Ion Co _ 1. 12 --------------------------4 35 11 100 ( Co _ 10 66 1.0111 1 to 6. Illc. ________u_____ _______ 22 :11 32 HII 1'"lh. ....1..11-. %
Lot 25 to 30. Inc. and lot 82__________
2C 34 33 140 Rout h ColonIrnt '
rn Iotn 25 to 32. Ino nnhnnh _ _ 24 35 33 1S<> Southern I ColonIzntlon II I 17IIn" 1066
lf>n Co 942 Co _ 10 60 1.0111 9 10 16. Inc. __n__ ______ ____ __ .n_ 22 34 32 14111. Relit h,. ",, ,,1011-
t
i Lot 2. .. 7, 8, 10. 11 and N% lot 1____ r
26 34 33 110 Rout h.\rn Colon- Li it a 1 to S. Inc. _-___'---____..____ 25 35 11 10t* Southern Colon171111 1..11.. Cn 1'' ,6
-
_________ _ __ ___ (
IzHtlon CiCoult > 8(0 1.01. 17 1024. Inc. _u 22 3t _
"n 10 C6Sfi 32 Iro cullhelu
N lot _____________________________ n on ( r Colnnlot.
% f 2B S4 33 1" 'oml \4 __ 1107 '
>e Lola |Pin 16. Inc. _______ ,
.____ ___ Southern ColonIzntlon 17 < 11" UI 66
Btt, lot. __ ____ ____ ________ ______ _____ 2H 34 3.1 10 Rennetl I. _ 107 nn 25 33 ..no( <*o 10 B6 I ::5: 10 32., Inc. __ _______' 22 3t 32 Ion Nmrthlnlilltlun" ""I"n-- "

Lot. 14. 16. 16. 21. 22. 24 __unn 26 34 33 12,, Southern Colon Ixitn 17 to 24. Ino.Lota nuunn __ __ _ 2.r .11 33 1R'1'1 Southern Colonlulloii : Cu ie fill ..1
I leal Ion Co _ 1118 : ; : Co _ 10 66 1.011I 1 10 8. be. _n__--______ ___nn P3 34 32 160(I Authrn, ColonIr.Ntlrrn -
Lot. 26 and W lot 23___
17,10.81,12 %
.
26 34 33 110 Southern ColoniKRtlon : 25 to 32. Ino.Loin Southern Colon- Co 1" 410
CoSouthern _ 7 6B nnuhn. 26 36 S3 160 _ _ 1066 Lots 9 to 16, Inc. ____________________ 23 34 32 Colon'f;
Lot 1. I, I, 6. 7. 8 __u________________ 27 34 33 120 Col u Irntlon Co H" Smut.I rn .
on- I : 1. 2. 3 and N Vi! ]lot 4 _n.nnn_ 29 85 33 70 Southern ColonIzntlon I rntluu Co 1" ,6
I I 1 Co _ n R 1R Co 6'6N 1..018 17 10 24. Inc. ____ unnnn_ 23 34 32 HO Ruuthrrn;.: : 4.IOnlextluo : ;
__________ __ Southern -
Lot 6 14 15 __ _
F' unnnu 27 34 S3 60 Colonization I R>4 lot 4 ..____________ ___ __ _ __ ._____ 29 SB 33 10 Ferrell KoireTS 107 .Co 1" 66 '
Co ___ 447 Lots] 18 to 16 and 19 23 Inc Lots 26 to 32. Inc __ _________________ 23 34 32 I
t Lot 12 and 12 ________________ _____ to ,. nn 29 85 33 ISO Southern ColonIzntlon HI l'o"\O'r r01nn aj,
u 27 84. 33 40 T..amm. H A 2 111 __ __ "0 _
Co 11 IUlln" C0 _ _
Lot 16 __________nun______::::::__ 27 U 33 JJ Boone. C A----- 169 ]Lot 24 __ __ _____.__._____ ____ ______ 29 86 33 20 Somervllle n __ 1.69; Lots 1 to 9. Inc. _n._________________ 24 34 32 HII fI""lh. n, CulonLole l111i6 Ij IJ,
Lob 17. U, 20.22.32.24 ______ __
27 33 Southern Colon-
]Lot 15 to 90. Inc. _ __. 120 Southern IZRllolI Co ]I'I 91
nnUhn 29 36 33 ..JL
SIn:: 11 to 16. Inc. ____________ - -
Icatlon Co 8.II : 8 1RSO unu 24 332 100 fiuulh.. -
Lots If to 80 Inc. _________________ 00 Isatlon .rll 'ol"nN" -
n 27 $4 33 120 Southern Colonization I Lot 1 a".1 2 __00 ____ __________.un_ ._ HI II:I 40 Hunter. } __ 293SO lanllon Co _ 095w t
Co -_*-. 8 I" I I[..ot* t L S, Inc. nh ________________ 35 33 8O Southern 4CoI Ion00 % lot 17 ____ ___.__________________ 24 If 32 111 yol um. It l' _ n ] 117Lots
NU lot SI __ __ ____ __ __ : n '
-- ,-"-- -- ---- -- 27 34 xs 10 Unknown __ 1117 611
or lot a __ __.____________ .h I saUnn Cn 00- 18 to 24, Inc---------------------
BS4
II or n. 28 34 33 5 Unknown :___ __ .77 24 34 32 140 R"ulh.'rn rolon-
1 Lots 13. 15. 1'.3 19. 20 __________n__ 30 33: 33 2d Roulh..rn ('olonla"lIon ,
Lots 10. n 11 and 17 to 23. Inc. ______ '
,
28 14 13 200 I (
Southern ColonIzatlon Co ____ 8.18 Lot 25 to 82, Inc. ________ __________ Rutlhrrn 0 94:1: '
u 14 34 32 1611 Colon-
(70 _-_- 11.14 i.d 21, U. U. U. 17. 18 to 3J Inc. ____ 30 35 33 200 Southern Colonlaaton ,
I.ot. III 17 and It to Ina ___
U. n.
u 18 14 13 140 IUllon 1'0 _
Routhern Colon-
Co n__ la.14 Lot 1 to 8. Inc. ______________________ 1066
Izatlon "o ____ ..41 Lots 1 to 8. Inc ______________________ 31 35 841 164 Southern Colon- 26 992 1611 Southern rolonIltRlloll 11
Lot. 1 to I. Ina ____________u________ 2. 14 33 180 Southern rolonIltRlton ( "n 1066 7
IZRllon 1'0 _ 10.66 .
n Lot 9 to 16, Inc ________ n
5 "A __ 10.", rot e to 16. Inc. ________._.__ Southern Colonlzatlon nnn 15 34 32 1611 Southern "olon-
164
00 15 a3
Lots P to 1. Ina ______________u______ 29 34 83 16n SOlllh..rn rolonIltRtlon nnn. 31 11168 t
rn 10.8'
n rots> 17 to 24, Inc. __ Southern Colon-
Co ___. 10.66 Lot. 1 8. Ina ______ ___ _____ Colon1a"lIon nnUnn 16 III 32 1611
Ip a3 160 Southern a9
-- -- -- g2 IS ;;
Lot. 17 tll 14. Ina ____________________ 2. 84 83 180 Soulh..rn Colon- Izatlon : :_ _ 10.68 \
__ 10.8
Co
n Lot 25 to 82. Inc __________________
IzRtlon Co ____ 10.66 Lots A to 18, Inc. ___n____________._. 11 15 a3 160 Southern Colon- 15 34 321M Soothers ('olon-
Lot. IS and 21 ________u______________ III 14 23d Southern ("olonlaatlon 10.81 -- gallon 1'0 __ _ 1088
1 la"l1on Co i
nU Lot 1 to 8. Inc. ____ _____ }
Co ____ I.U Tots 17 to If. Jnc. ____________________ U 1& U 180 Southern Colon- uuu 28 34 32 160 Southern. ('olon1""lIon ,
Let .0 __.___________________--________ 211 14 a3 10 Unknown __ __ 1.9 10.88 1'0 1088
t h Izatlon Co _eO. Lot 9 to II Inc. ______ ______________ - -
Lotti 1 to 6. Ina ___n_________________ ao 84 as 180 Southern Colon- Tats II to n, Inc. ____nnuu_ U 1& U 180 h 28 34 31 ]60 Southern Colon- J'

(' bailoR Co ____ 10.811 SouthernCol___ lU8 Lot 17 to 24 inc. _______ ___________ Southern
tab t. I., r Ina ____________________ 10 14 U 110 Southern Colon- Lots 17 tCl 10, Ina and U, 25. IS, 29 ao__ 81 15 8S 110 Southern Colon- u 28 8f 32 160 Colon0.60

'tot. lsstton Co ____ 1.18 laaUon Co ---- 11.0 Lots 26 to I. Ino. ___________ ""lIon Co n__ 10,48
.II to 34.. me. .____-_____________ 10 I. II 140 Southern Colon. tats 81. 22 !8. II, 17. U. II for 1814 --------- 334 12 180 Southern Colonlullon ..
.
'L lutlon Co ____ '.41 totes. ___ ______________ II 140 Southern Co __,:.10.88
------ u. II II Lots 1 to S Inc. .
,
Lots: II to.'. 'Ina .-__._-_-..-_____ 10 141 II 180 80uth..rn Co.on.. : Isatton 8:1; ;_.: '.'11 ---------,----------- 11 If II 180 Southern Colon.

Litton Co ____ 10.$1 ."/ Lots u, II, 11; 16. 11. 11. II ____--w.-.. II II II 14Q 1'I0uth..rn' {"otonlaallon Lots 3 to 16 Ino. .Isallon. Co _... 10.8 4
.
k.Ot. >.t, to 14 'no' ;; -.._-_..._.________ 3at 180 .South..rn Colon- Co ____ Let ...--. --"-------. 11' Sf I. 160 Southern. Colon.

Lots I 11 'f :I _..;,------ uthern Colon- 10,4' Lots 1 to I, Ina,'_----------------,---.. II 15 II 180' Southern ColonLot. Lot. 17 to I., Inc., :':1 --,-; Southern. Colon 010.1/ I.
? 6 to .::.:_:. -____ __ ; II I. 13 110 S Co .- : 10.fl --- ......--.--- 11 .f II. 180 : '" \

g l Lots '1;. 11: io to 14, Ina ___________ 11 14 13 140 Routhern Ignition Co ColonQ __--- 10.88 I to U, Ina. ___-_______--_________ 38 15 lIS UO Boatulhern Co ColIzatlon :!,_-_ 10.68 Lots 15 to 3l. Ino. ____________________ 11 8S2 180 Rnulhctternern I Co Colon-----. 10.8f _.

: C0 9./E Lots 17 to 14, 1110 ___ ____ _____ __ ,, +1
--- -- -- -- 38 1& IS 160 : Lot 1 to 8, Inc. __ __ Routhern Colon10.66
Lots III. III and II to n Inc _n____ 31 84 n 140 Aouthen oln- 801 r [:; :_-_ 10.68 unnnnn. IS 34 31 18n

11.41 Lots II tl 82. Ina _____ _________ Southern Colon- lullon Co 10.81f
IS 160
1&
ColonIsla nnn U Lot 9 to 16. Inc. .. n
-L9ta..1 to 1. Ina and Jot 8 ________ 31 E33 Ibo So utnern Isatlon Co ____ 1088 ------- ------------- 28 34 32 160 Southern Colon-

lallllon 1'0 ____ 6.5 Lola 1 to 8, Inc. ______ _______.____ Southern CnlonIsallon 1'0 _ 108S
1 a32 160 Lot 17 to 24. Inc. ______ ____________ Routh rn n
10 to 1' Ina ____________nu 32 S33 140 flouth..rn rolnnlaRllon ('o __ n 1068 n 28 34 32 ] foil Colon-

I' 1'0 _ 942'i' lots 9 to 16. Inc. ____________________ 1 34 32 160 Southern rolonla" Lot 26 to 32, Inc. _____ _____ _ Suuthern Lola 17 to If, Ina unu._____. 32 34 33 160 Southern Colon- lion 1'0 ____ 10 61T.ola nnn 28 34 32 1000

\. 1'0 _ 0.66 17 to 14. Inc. _________ _________ ._ Southern r..lonIr"on IZllllon Co _ I061f
n 1 34 32 160 Loin 1 to 8 Inc ______ __________ _
Rnulhern ,
Lots.26 to 32. Inc. _n_____________ __ 3t: 34 33 160 rolon1a"lIon 1'0 _00 1066 u.- 29 34 3_ ]foil R''Jlh'rll ('...Ion1..1111011 -

('0 _ 10.66 Lots 26 to 32. Inc. _____ _. Southern ColonIsallon Co _ 10 86Rumlern
t u unnu i 34 32 160 Lot 9 to 16 Inc. __ _____ _
Lot. I. I. f. 8. 7. 8 ______________ ___ 33 333 110 Roulh..rn ( 010'118"llon Co _ : 1e1 66 nnnnn 29 34 3_ ](,0 olon-

("0 _ 8.a 1.011I 1 tn 8. In<,. _- -__'_- __ _- -_- --_____ 2 34 32 1611 Southern ColnhIzatlon Lota 17 to 24. Inc. __ Izutlun Co f06RRnuthrrn
I.ot. I to U Inc. ____ ___ nnuun 29 :
, nnnn 33 993 140 floulh..rn ('olonIZRllon Co __ 1066 332 1 0u Colon-

Iu 1'0 __ P42 Lola 9 tn 16. Inc. __ __.___ __. 160 Roulh"rn rolonhllllon 17.n.loll Co 1060
nnn 2 34 32 Lot 25 to 32. Inc. ___________ _____ __
t Lots 11. It 10. 13 and 24 29
-------00 33 34 33 100 Roulh.-rn CnlonIZRllon 1'0 __ _ ] 088Lol. 34 32 HO R"'h..rl1 Colon-

1'0 696 .. 20 10 24 In. __ ______. 100 tTnknown _ __ 665 I'ollon ('0 10 nil
u hnnn 2 34 32 Lot 1 to R. Inr __ ______________ _
Lot. I. to 'a2. Inc. _________________ 33 939 80 Southern rolonIrAllon Lute 29. 30 and 31 --000000------------ 2 34 32 6n Colon914 u -- 30 34 12 160 S"h"rll Colon-
I
("0. __ 6.71 ROI'I: _: 447 lnllol1 1'.. 1061;
Lot 9 to 16. Inc _____ __ __
Lot. 1. I I and 11 _________________ C- nn.n"n 3n
1' --- 331 33 PO Sou thorn 'olon- ot W't of lot 26 unn.n___ ___. 2 34 3" 5 1Tnknown __ .77 34 12 1M Suuth' rtr Crlnn-

la"lIon 1'0 5 71 1.01 28 _ ____ ._________ _____ .____ __ __ __ 2 34 3K 20 nUI'.rl.V .T __ 1.69 Lot 17 to 24. Inc. ____ ____ Izollo" C0 - to 61f
Tats 10. 11 and II ______________ I hnn 311
= 34 32 1r.0 '..
--- 34 933 60 )'Ioulh..rn ColonIznllon 1.0111 I tn 8. Inc. nnnu__ __ ____ 3 34 32 160 Soot hern ColonIzntlon S""lh"rn ( .Ion17..110" -
C0 4 47Iltnllon C0 _ 1066 Cn _ 10 64
Lot. I to 7 Inc. N'r4 lot 1 and S(4 lot 8__ 35 34 33 140 Snuthrrn ( '1.--. Iota 9 tn 16. Inc. __nn.______________ 3 34 32 160 Southern ColonLot. Ilole 25 to 32. Inc. _nnnu_ ____ 30 34 32 IRII South, rn rolon1':0'1" -

I'I 1'0 942 Izntlon Co _ ]066 C0 _ 10 nJ
Lots 1 to 8, Inc. __ __ __ I
Lot. 10. 11. 13, la and U __nnn____ 35 34 113 100 Roulh..rn ColonS 17 10 2Ina ___nnn__________ 3 14 32 160 Roulh..rn Colon nnn.u 31 34 12 frO R""lh'rl1) "olonIZ"llo" -

I..allon Co __ __ /I q5 ''itA lion 1'0 _ 10.68 Co 1066
S Let 17 _n_________.___________________ 35 A33 20 l'nknown u __ __ 169 Iota 15 10 3Z. tnc. ___ _____ ____________ 3 34 32 IRO Southern ColonIsatlon n Lot 9 to 16. Inc. nnnnn___- 31 34 3_ 10U Ruuthrrn 'olon-

" LoT18 to 24. Ina ________uu____.. 35 399 1411 Roulh..rn {"olonS" Co ____ 10.66 Lot 17 to 24, Inc ___nn______ _____ Smi hero ColonfA 60/
(" 11.42 T.ollI 1 to 8. Inc. __________nn____ 4 8f 32 IRO Southern ('0100nte 31 34 92 1ft"

I Lots II to 31. Inc ___________nn__ __ 36 a4 33 160 Southern Colon- Izatlon Co 10 66 Lots 25 to 32, Inc __ __ __.__ lentil (.0__ _ 10416
-- -- --
1'0 10/1/1 9 10 18. Ina. _______.n_-n--nn- 4 34 32 160 SouthernCC'o lon10 31 34 32 1r.0 o"lh"rn ("olonIz"lIoon -

Lab I, I. I and 11 to 15. In<,. ________n 36 34 33 160 Southern ('01011la"lIolI un- r n4Tolll Lota 1 to 8, Inc _____ __ __ "f _ 10615
l Co __ 10/lfl 17 to 24. Inc. ______.____un___ 4 34 32 160 Southern Colontsntl0n nnn 12 34 32 1r.0 R""lh..rll Colon- .

1 Lot I ____----------------hU------U- 36 34 33 20 Retehard L Jr-h 1/19 1'0 __ _ 0.86 Lota 9 to 16. Inc _______ _______. "lInn 1 Co 1n CIf
/ Lot 10 hUnn.nnhnn________ 38 34 31 20 ('nrhl rrv. M_ 1 6q Lots 26 I" 32.. Inc. ____________________ 4 34 32 Southern Colon- i n.n.- 32 34 32 1410 fln"lh"rn ('...1011-

f.i Lots 17, 19 ': - g6 34 81 80: Unknown _ n_ 6.41 167 I Izatlon Cn __ 1068 Lota 17 'to 24 Inc. _.___ _. .___ _. lead., Co 1061f
111i. -- -- -
-
Init. 26. 2f. I- dUSj. lot 25:::: 96 34 83 90: Snuthrrn ColonIzatlon lob 1 to A.. Inc n.uunn_______ R; 8f U 160 Southern Colon- 32 34 92 109 Rn"lh.-rn ('..Ion- _

1'0 833 Izatlon C0 _ 0.68 I Lota 25 to 82 InrLota ____ ____ II1GII
( s; Lots 6. 8. 7, 8 nn_ _nnn__ 1 a6 33 60 floulh..rn ColonLeta n- Lois 9 10 16, Inc.. __n_________________ 5 34 32 160 'Rou'h..rn ColonIzntfnn nnnn. 32 34 32 1r.O RlnthernIzntfnn C...IonIznllon -

fzntlnn Co _ 1.71 Co n __ 10.66 1 to 8, Irkr __ _______ ____ Co 111 611 '
n to It Inc. and S S4 lot 24 ____ 1 36 33 100 Snuthrrn Colon1i T.otll 17 to 4. Inc. ____________________ 6 34 32 160 Southern Coloniots : nnnn 13 34 32 Ir.O. R"ttrn! .....I..nIZIIII. -

C0 7.66 Izntlon Co 0.66 Lots 9 to 16 Inc. _____ ____ .." C0 III RRRouthern
Lot. I and 4 to 10, tnc. _u_ _________ 2 31i 33 160 sol.'r: ColCo t'--; 25 10 n. Ina -----n--u------- I a4 32 160 So uthern Colon- nnnn 39 34 32 Jr.O. .

laRlion h _ 10 08Y Izatlon Co ___ 10.8<< Lota 17 to 24. Inc ______________u___ 1..llon l'0. _ ]0641Ruuthrrn
.. Jot.l1 to 1. except 2'4 lot 11 -------- 36 a3 170 Sotllh..rn ('olon"Rllon Lotll I to 8. Inc. __Un.n__ 6 34 32 IRO Southorn CnlonIzatlon : 33 34 32 Jr.0 ('"Ionhllllnn -

tt Co __ 11 24 Co __ 10.66 Lot 26 to 32. Inc. _____ ____ ____ Co _ 1061 /14
1 Lot. 10 and 11 _______nnn_______ 2 S5 33 40 H elnay. L "u n __ 2.93 T.ol. 9 tn 16. Inc. __un_ nn_ -_ 6 34 32 1611 Southern Colonlsntlon nn 33 14 32 Hn Roulh..rn ('olon12".lon -
I.oIII II, II, 18, 17. 18. 30. 81 _____ Co : 10.. ('0 10 r.B
--- 2 36 33 140 Soulh..rn ("olonlaRllon Lota 1 to 8, Inc hnnu_ _________ -- _.
., Co 941 Lots 17 10 24. Inc. n.nnun__ 6 34 32 160 Rotltherrr'ColonIsallon 34 34 12 1M Southern "olnn-

: "K lot U __unh_________________ I 35 3S 10 Unknown nn_ __ 1 07 Co __: 1066 Lots 9 to 16, Inc. _______ __ ___- _ _ 0. 10 61f
r Lots 1 and 4 to A Ina ___n_________ 3 al 33 140 Southern (n"olonlaRllon Lola 25 to 32. Inc. .________________ /I 34 12 160 Southern CnhOnIna : 34 34 32 IRO Rnnthrrn rolon.IZAlion .

Co __ 942 laatlon Co 10." Lot 17 to 24. Inc. _._______ ______ 1'0 __ 10.IIf
+ Lot 11 ___----_--______--______--______ 3 U 33 10 TouIIM" :s C ___ 1 611 Lola 1 to 8. ------------r-------- 7 34 32 120 Sout ::::1-- nn 34 34 32 160 Snll.h..rn ("ok>n-

Lolli U. 11. 11 ___ ____._. ____ __________ 3 36 SS 80 llnknow __ h 4.17 lon 818 Lota 25 to SI. Ine. __________________-- Izatlon' ('n - 10.6S
LQt. 14. 15. 36. 17, 28. 29 U .__u____ 3 3& U 140 Southern ColonIzatlon Lots 7 to U. Inc. ---00------00--._._ 7 3f 32 120 Southern Colonlaatlon : 34 34 33 160 Ruuthrrn CnlonIzatlon -

Co . 9.'I .41 ('o __ 1.18 Lots 1 to 8, Inc _________ 1'0 nl0.6S
Lot. 1 to 1. Ina and lot I ------------ 4 31 II 147 Routh..rn ("olonlaRllon n- Lots 111 to 24. Ina ______nn____ 7 8f 32 2110 Southern ColonIsatlon nnn 31i 34 32 16ft Southern rolon-

1'0 9./Z C'o _u_ 1311 Lot* 9 to 16. Inc. __ _________ ' 10.U
i' '! Lots P to 18 Inc.. less. lot 13 ---------- 4 II '3 147 South..rn "olon-un Lola III 10 a2, Ine. ________un_ ___ 7 84 32 IRO Southern ColonIzatlon : nu 35 34 32 1410<< Rnnthrrn Colon-;

Iintlnn Co __ 9.16 ..41laRllon : Co _ 10.68 Lot 17 to 14. Inc. ______ ___ (-'n 1(166(
} LoU 17 tO U. Ina less lot 21 __n____ 4 U 147 8outhrrn Colon-- Lots 1 to 8, Inc.. ____nnnnn__ R 34 12 160 Southern FIn: nnn 3fi 34 32 16n Southern, Colon-

Co _.__ ..42 Izatlon 10.66 Lota 25 to 12 Inc. _______ ' 10 U
Lots I. to II, Ina _______.______nn 4 16 a3 16S Soulh..rn "olon- Lots P to 11 Inc. lees Jot 11 __nn 8 8f U 140 Southern: ColonIzaton : nUn 35 34 33 160 Southern Colon I :

J laRllon Co ____ 10.66 Co '..411.ota Lots 1 to 8. Inc. ____________ __
4 Lots 1 to 6. Ina ---------.---------- I al 13 128 Soulh..rn rolon- 17 to 24 Inc _____nnn______ II 14 U 160 Southern ColonIna : nu 36 34 S2 16n Soli thern CColon10.86; ;

, laatlon C'n 8.18 Isatlon'o _ 10.66 Lots 9 to 16 Inc. __.__ _____ 1'0 10.6S
Lots I to 11. Ina and 11 to 18. Ino_____ 8 U 33'118 Southern ; lon: IOtll 26 10 n. nUn_________ 8 34 13 160 Southern ColonIsntlon : Unn 36 14 82 16n Southern Colon- .......

'ii. la.llon Co __ 10( 66 Co __ 10.46 Lot 17 to 24. Inc. '
Ia!I% lot 11 ________________._--________ 1\0 85 33 10 Unknown __ -_u_ __ 1.07 Lots 1 to 8. Inc. _--__________--_______ 9 8f 12 160 Solsaeon i :: gIn: : nnnUnn 3R 34 S2 160 Southern ;Colon10.86; I

1"i Lots 10 to t t Ino. and W34 lot It __ 10.68 Lota 26 to U. Inc. ________.___________ 10.68
u 6 85 33 9& Routh..rn Colonlaatlon 36' Southern:: :
Lots I to U. Ina ____________________ p a4 32160 Southern ColonLot. Sf 32 16n Colon-I
Co __ .U : 10.66
Lab II to 11. Ina 1... lot It lullon Co Lots 1 to 8. Inc. ___ ___ ' 19.6S
unu. I. II sa 126 8outhrrn Colon- 17 to 24. Inc. n__________________ 9 182 160 Southern rolonla..Uon unun 1 35 32 152 Southern: : Colon-:

3 LoU I to 10 Ino southern Co '.11 Co .00 10.'" Lot. 9 to 11, Inc. _________.________ C 10.04 !
i -------------------- 6 al II 110 Colon- n Southern: ;
I.ot. II to U. Ina _h_._.___________ 0 bdE 160 Southern Colon-' 1 31 U 152 Colon-; l
Isntlon Co ___ 10.
'
Lots 11 to 10, Ino 1... lot II _uuu___ 8 II U lid Boulhern Colon.- uthern ( 0 n__ 10.68 Lots 17 to 14. Inc. ________.___________ Southern 10.01
lob 1 to I. Ina __u__________________ 10 14 as 160 gIn 1 II 32 152 Colon-
SOI
I..tlon Co __ 11.0 : :
Lot. II to 10. Ino. ____-___:______ ___ 1 II U 200 Southern ColonI.atlon Izatlon 10.16Lot. Lots 25 to 12. Ino.Lots' -___________________ 1 ' ; .
I to 18. Inc. _________nu___ 10 U as 160 Southern gIn II U 1&2 Southern Colon10.01
Co ____ 11,14 :
:Loh .. 4. '. 7, I _n___________________ 7 85 U 100 Southern Colon- Isatton 10." 1 to S, Ine. ______ __________n____ laallon Co ____ 10.04
Lots 17 to If, Ina _____________- ______ 10 14 II 160 Southern gIn I IS II 1&1 Southern Colo.-
tuV1 I..tlon Co ____ '.11& ; : xt
-) L.ta 1 to I' Ina ______-___u_________ 7 II II 140 Southern <"olonI.Rtlon Izatlon 10.16lot. Lots 9 to 15. Inc. ____n________________ Southern: 10.04
I : Colon.
II tCl U. Ino. 14 II 110 Southern ColonCo II II 111 r
-------------------- 10
r Co ____ '..1
____ 10.88
Lou 17 to U. Ina'-------------------- I.o.1I. 11. SO, 2 2, 22 If and N% lot 17 I.atlon ____ 8.41
'I II U 110 Southern Colon- .Co "
I.ot. 1 to 8 Ino. 1... EI4 lot II _.______ Ii14 II ISO Southern Colon-

'I jata .. 31. 21 to II Ina ______ __ laatlon Co _u_ 10.11 I.atlon Co ____ 10.0. and W% lot 11 _____u_____________ I ...
l u 'I II U 140 Southern <"olontaatlon E% lot I __.____.___.._______.________ 11 14 II 10 MOORe, W H____ 1.01 II II 141 80uthforn Colon. '. .

,;=.. 1.; J and I to 10 Ina -------------- I II U 110 BouUern Co Colon.____ '..1 Lots 9 to 11. laa and W'4 tot 11 __e. 11 14 .1 110 Southern Colon- I.ot.'U to 10. Ina and lot II ----____ I II II In Bgnthern: Colon- '.U


'4 4'Wtlbl t'17, ,....-__..____-----------..-- S I. II 10 Bond IUon, AA------Co ____ 1.01.41 Lot IT _______.;._______________________ 11 U II 10 Unknown laatlon Co__ :::: u: Lot 1 to S, Ino. -.--------_______--___ II II 1&1 Southern Latlon Co Colon--___ 1.10 1

Lot 11 ....------------------ -1 .tb 1. 10 Rlohard.. or t"1.: ." I.ot. 1. to U. Ina old W34 lot 11 ___ 11 14 II 110 Boutb.1'D Colon. Lots 9 to 16, Inc.Lota ---______.__--!_____._ I Latlon 10."
Izatlon Co __. .!0Isatton II II :
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2.5. 18.:21; 80,181\ 1. U;.,....._.._____. I U H. 114 South' rn Colon- Lot. 1 to 11 Ino blk'U '...:...:...:............... 'fr Bovthelonrn CCoolon. 1.46Lotd : .... .... nd .Y. Ce's ;'..-DI.. ., ., '
'. ,, I.atfon Co _.1.I : SFIo5Oi\ all except tl.4 ot SV % ot !
1'Lot.Lo1. 1.,o 8. I Ina _:...______.__.__....__. 1 .5 11 .111" South..rn Colon: 11111 : .U' to as Inc blk U ..:..,...__ -.: ._ Southern Colon J..t' "'it----- -------.--.----..---..- 8g U I1 '. aot,2
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l.aUon co 10llf "" ----- ---------------------- __ .___ .72
!: 1 L.A tew16, INo. .___..___.....______.._____ 4 15 112 188 Southern Colon--: 1 to 14 Inc blk H.--..___:.._____. Southern. Co1on- Lot.6S.----------------------. 80 a8. 11 II Unknown __ _
e. : bllUon CO ---- 1." ... 18 It 6 li .. ..71
:. 8.50 ; I.ot ""----- ----- ------------ .
Lotu: 11 lQ E4. Ino. ------_-___________ ( 85 31 ''51 ?Soul tern Colon: Lot. U to 28 Inc. bl" ".'f'___________-__ SOlth."n, Colon. Lot 61 ___"'"____'____r----_ 2t1 .1 I UnknownH :-a. .1'
":w I.allon Co 10.0f iaatfon Co S.84 U _- ''- i0a0 II Conner J S ____ .7'
Lots' 2to{ 30. 1ne. ------------------ / 85 8a. .11f South..rn ---- Lot. 1 to 14 Inc blk III ___n_______ 80 .l n-: lI..mJ.... :.'d-w.a Irv.; l.'s 8.8.-Dl- ,
iaatfon 8olon., Co 1.U NI1iI"IO all except N34" of NW% .of
Lots 1 to'1, Inc. ______________________ 6, 85 JU 141 Southern c'l: : p8 Lo" U to 'u In", bik .16 _____.______.. Latlonuthern Colon- Lot -----u------------- .-------- 81 Z8 81 '
Isatln laatlon C0 _-, 1.8.t 23... 8t 2. II I ColvIn. T' _____. .
Co .- ----- -
.41 - -
Lots 9 and 11 to 18 Ina ______________ Ii' 85 81.. 148 sol eon C01onanilon ':. Lo" 1 to 18 Ine blk J8 ________________ Southern Colon: Lot I.ot 84 sa.-----. -- --'-----.,------_--__:-- 8t .8. 81 I Ranrp.on S ____ .11
4: Isatlon /
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LBIe 11 to 24. Inc. _.6_______ 85 II U8 Southern ,I j n: Lots 1 to'll Ine. blk 27 ___________n_ Southern Colon: Bcml.,6: .., :..d ... -F-8.i t ) :
Ixatlnn <'n I.U ", ...
I.atlon C.. 10.0f -- Lou 28 11
10'' 25 to 32'inc. -.-.________________ I 85 32 151 Southern Colon---- Lot. 1 to 14 Inc, 'blk J8 ..._____n_t--, __ Southern C01on H"red,1Al-------------------------$1_nnnnnu____ 10 tewart' ''P1 101___ 1..t ,
I c Co _ 10.0f n < _- 1.84 Lot tax ------- -__--__- __-- 38 18 II I Stewart B M __ .n )"
12.ols 1 to 8, Ina --------n___ 9 .d6 81 180 Sol- ; Colon- : Lot. 1 to U. blk It __________________ sol Let.o; ColonLot : .o'. OI..4 "__:____ U al II 5 Unknown __ ____ .18 .

Co _ 10.68 Izptlrn Cn __-. 1.88 Lo 11---------- - --------_______--_ U U II 10 Kirk. T _h_____ 1.1
.... Iola 9 to _16. Inc. __n_________________ I 85 82 160 Solr : Colon- .- 1 to 14 Inc blk 30 _________n___ 8onthern Coto Lot 111....._____-____-,______._____.-____ U U II I Wlll.on W L .1'
.. .aUon' C0 __ 10.88'' Izatlon Co _- 1.4 1lI, _- -- 82 28 81 5 Unknown -------7.
'I.0 t 11 to 24. I Inc. ____________________ 9 85 8" 16. Southern Cof oniaatfon Lots 1 to 1l Inc. I..... lot 15. blk 31____ $onth.rn CIsatlon ln: NPmi tl"".a ;'.A 1.;: Cs'.. 0.6DIVINlolt : '

Co _ 10.88 Co __u 2" all fractional FV. of a+
Lots 29 to 32. Inc __-__--- --------_ 9 85 82 80 '8oulhern Colon- .- Lot U, blJc: It ___-n..._.______n______ Bhl.l..r. :E C --- .61 NFR6:\ / f Canal and "xc"ft SE 44_,_ 13 Z8 81 ,
'.aUon Co 6.11 Lob 1 to 20. blk 32 'olon- Lot II ... __ ________________ as U 11 II Vnknow. __ .n '
It 1 t o. ,nc. 10 85 82 160 Southern Colon----- --------------? 80uth..rh laatlon Co 2.30Southern Lob SI'nd' 61 _________.______________ 33 J8 II 10 Hooke, L S .___ Lit I 1

-------------7----- laallon C0 _._ 10.68 Lot. 1 to U Ino. blk 83 ___n_________ Colon--: 8e.l.y.. ..... ... ...... Ce'. 8b-DI.1
p. Tote 9 to 16 Inc less lot 14 __.:_____ 10 85 82 140 Southern Calon: c <<:' 2.10.. v.IOI all _-____---_--_--____--_ f 11 81 I (
80''i: ; ; : 1--------------------------- 81 81 U Kagle 101 A __... 1.0t
Isalfon Co -_ ...nI.ola Lotd to 8 Inca blk Sf -------------- Col -n- j r\
Lots 11 to 24. Inc. less lot :u ________ 10 85 U 140 Southe r. Colon: .u laatlon Co' __ 1.2 a I.ot U. __, __ ______--_____"""__ 4 21 81 8 Wh..tfOr 1I] __. .1'
laatlon Co _-_ 9.n Lots 1 to 8 Inc blk 85 _u_____________ Bo ColonLot. I -: Tot 71. ________nnhhh.u 4 21 8t 5 Unknown __ ___ .7'
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25 to 32. In" Ives Iota 80 and 31__ 10 85 32 120 Southern Colon.Lot. I C0 __ 1.22 Lot 81. ____- __-- 4 27 31 5 Seller H ____ .1' I..;'
Cn' 8.18 1 to 14 Inc blk 38 ______ -nu SoutherQ; ,I -: Lots k\ 0and 121------. -" __"" 4 17 81 15 Denham En__ 1.1'
y 1 to 8. hc., ---____________:.__- -n 11 35 82 180 Soaauthern Colon- .- Latlon Isalfon Co<< 10.66 Lot 1 to 14 Inc blk 37 _un_________ Southern Colon----- Lot 111. __h_u__.__.____ 6 21 81 5 8ebrln.. A __....._ 1' .
I.ota II to 16. Inc. ____ ________ 11 35 32 180 Southern Colon I .- 1.8t Bcm1..d.. .d 1..... { ... 8.b-Dl. '

Izatlon Co _ 10,68 Lots 1 to 14 Inc, blk 38 ______________. Sol'I; ; : -n-: vINlore all ____--____--__--_____--_ 5 27 31 c
Late 11 to 24. Inc. ______________n____ 11 85 82 160 Southern Colon I -- lzatlnn Co 1 14 Tote -It 9 ____n__________________.,_ II n 81 10 N..I.on.r: W ____ l.ft
-- Lot 21 _____________ .___ 6 27 81 5 Turner 101 __
laatlon 10.G8 Lot. 1 to 14 Inc blk 39 ___nu___ Southern Colon-I '"_--_"_"' ____ .1'
Lore 25. 21. 29. 20. 31 and W44 lot 28._ 11 85 82 110 Routkern C01on- : Co p4 Lot ell ___ _________ ._ 6 21 31 5 Unknown __ ____ .1' t
lantern Co -- 7,58I.ola Lob 1 to 12 Inc bilk 40 --_______--___ Aoti c; Colon--: lot. 411- P1 ________ ________________ 6 27 81 10 EI.on.J; R _____ Let ''
' Iota 1 to 8. Inc -- ______ ________ 12 3.5 82 180 Southern C01onIsAtlon I : Izatlon' C' 1.81outhern Lola 90 __nn.n__________ I 17 3I1 10 ;Johnllon.r: R __ 1./lt p
_- 10.66 Lot. 1 to 14 Ine. blk f1 ___nu___ $ Colon- : Lot ' ____________? _"____ 6 21 5 Unknown __ ____ .,.
9 to 16. Inc. _-.________ _________ 12 35 U 160 Southern Cf.i-: Latlon Co I.Rt Lot. llaf : 6 21 81 I Weaver A 101 ___ .11. Il
r //enllon Cn -- 10.68 Lot. 1 to 14 Inc blk 42 __unnn___ 80I, ;:. -: ... aid..i Irv. /'0'.8bii.vl.I .

I.ota 17 to 24. Inc. _nnn__________ 12 85' U 150 South I ern COIonIzatlon I ;' Izatlon Co 1.8fLota all __--________--________ __ 8 21 81 ,
Co _ 10." Lots 1 to 12 In... bilk 43 uu__---u- Southern Colon--- Lot II.. ______ _____.__ 8 81 31 I a.kln.... 8 ___ .7* t'
I.oh 25 tn 32. In" _ ______ ____ 12 35 32 180 Southern Colon: C _ 1.68 Lot It---I 27 II 5 Unknown __ ____ .ii +
laatlon Co _ 1068 1 to 14 Ine. blk f4 __"u_ __u__ ol, t Colon-: -- Lot 41 ________--_- "_- ______"" I 21 31 6 Unknown ___ __ .1'
,, Lot 1 to 8. InC. __ ____n_____________ 13 35 82 160 Southern ColonIpatlon : ; ( 1.84 loOt 81 ---00-- _.. __ __.. __ 8 27 31 5 R"am.n.J; H ____ .18 +
Co __ __ 10.88 Lots 1 to 14 inc blk 46 __u__________ 80 sat-r; C;: l ln'-- Lot. 81.; _nnun___ ______ 6 21 31 I Weeden 8 11] __ .1' IA
1.OIs II to 16. In" __ _______n___'________ 13 85 82 860 Southern ('olon- Isatlon' Co' 1 Sf ". ..1110Io I.... ad I..... ('0'. 8.b-191.
Izatlon Co 10.66T.o'N Lots 1 to 14 Inc blk 18 _____nUu__ RmHhe..n Colon.lzatlnn I --: vl l.. all fray __ __-'_.__""" 1 21 81
18 to 24. ill" nnnn_____ _ 13 35 32 140 Routhern! ('uronIzatlon I : Lot I., __unuuu_ h-.U--_ 1 n 31 6 1'4ak..r.' D 101 ____ n <*
Co _ _- 9.41 Lot. 1 to 14 Inc blk 47 ____u.__ -u- Rnnlhe rn Colon1.94;:: Lot 6_ _..._____ 1 27 81 5 Unknown __ ____ .7"'
1.01" 25 and 21 to 82. Ino. ____________ 13 35 U 140 Southern Colon I Izntlon Co 1 84 NPmlasl I..d ..d-6.v.. Ce1. e.1-Di:
Izntlon Cn 912int.1 Lot. 1 to 14 Inc. "Ik 48 _h___________ Rmrthl'rn ColonDee. -: vlnk' f all rrae. nuun___ --- 8 21 8' Pt v1'
to 8. Inc. .h_____:_nunu__ 1'4 35 h 1611 Southern Colon I : 'aUon" Co 1 R4 loOt 41.. __________n_ _____ ______ 6 n 81 5 Welch.r, A D__ .f', I
'Izatlon Cn<< _ 1066 ... u .._1" I.... ... I..... ('".'. 8.b..DI: '

I.ot. 11 to 20. Ine. _nuu____________ 14 35 )2 200 Roillhrrn Colon.- Lots 1 to 14 Inc blk 1 ___nnu___ "olon-. Sks f all ___ ___ ____ ___ 9 21 81 .
I..allon Co 13,14 Ro..th..n Tot .. __nnUun__- P 27 31 5 Nichol.. 0 R._ .fl ::4t

LOLL 22. 21'21. 27. 28. 29. to: and N% lot h Lot. 1 to 14 Inc blk 2 _________ Ro''l': ; :'ln_-- 1 R4 1.0talla -6 __nnn.n-___ _-___ 9 21 31 .10 Har.h J _______ 1.0t ,
24 and N Pfs\ lot 26 _______ 14 85 82 160 Southern "olon. uun Lot It -- _- ___ _ 9 27 31 5 Unknown __ ____ ..718.m1..4
nun l"Allon ro _ 00 1096 Lots 1 to 14 Inc. blk 3 ____nn______ 'lint/on Co Colon-_ - 144 I L:';wA zed 1..: 4-0'w erhfll: ,
I.ot. 1. 5. 6. 7. II _ __________n' ____u_ 15 85 32 100 Southern rolonl"Allon Southern '('o 1 R4L..t. vleton f N',4 and N14 of Rtv and RE
9 Z8 811 fr
C0 _ __ 895Lot. Lots 1 to 14 Inc. blk 4 _____ folr ; -- ra '
, 11. 12. 16. 11 _.unu________ __ 15 35 32 811 flnuthprn COinIznUon uun Colonhor l 1..4. Tot 26 30 5 Unknown __ _n_ .,. ,
Co : _ 611Lot. h"IIon Co - Tot 2ft 30 5 Connally A D._ .7t ,
.. 1 to 14 Inc I..s. lot 4. I1lk 5 ____
17 tn 24. IIII' __ _ 16 35 32 160 Flouthprn ColonIzntlon So..t n rolonLota Lot 21 'EO 6 EllI.on. f It ____ .11 w
Uhuun I..ntlon ('n 1 ft'l ......
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Co u _ 10 66T.o1N 1 lo 1 In". hll 6 __nun---- rolonI.ot. 48---------------------
South..n -
25, 26. 27. 30. 31. 32 16 35 32 120 Flouthprn Colon.Izatlon 2ft 80 ,X-
hUU - hnllon r" - - I X7 Lot 26 30 6 S..ar.. T _______ t.18
Cn . _ 8181nte 1 to 13 Ino I..en lot 7. hll 7 ______ rolonI..t.
1 t" 8. Inr H ___ ___ __.___ 22 '35 32 142 FI..uth'rn. ColnnILRtlolmCo Flout11..n 16"Flout Lot 2 311 5 Jamb P ____u_ 10/1
-- Is..lIon ("n 4
--00 Tot 26 30 5 H..pl..r. J H __
_ 842T.nt. 1 tn 13 Inc 1.." lot 9. bilk 8 ___ 1.lf
9. 11 16. and W "44 lot 10 __ 22 35 32 63 "Rnuthrrn' C01ontzntlnn : ) u h..rn rolnn- r.q Lot _-- .Uh _ _ _ _ _ _ 28 30 /I/ H..r.h..1 ____ 1.1'
Un Cn _ __ 4' /h..tlon Co -- 00 1 Lot UI =-u 11 26 30) 5 Milne. W S-____ 1.1f
bilk 8 --00 ---- 00- 00 -- u -
E.... lot 14 --____--__------ ____ 22 35 32 A l'nknnwn 107 Tot P.14 to 2611; -' 'bik-- -t( == == == =====::: Unknown - - c1Loth ."... ..ki, L.nd od I...... 1'0.w "ult-UI- - -_"' 12 26 30
l..t. 17 to 24 Inc _ __ .__ _ 22 35 32 142 Southern r..lon.l..olI"n fonth"rn CnlnnLot. I f..11. px".pt N11a of N4 _no r
unu ('" P 42lot. hnllon Co -p- 1 nR 1.01" 4.lf 20. 211 __ _ _ _ _ _ 12 26 80 20 Rpantlt..nbur H_ 1.2"

H, to 12 -In.. _ __ _ __ _ ___ __ 22 35 32 142 "uth"rn!" ,CnlunIzntlon , u- 1 to 13 In.Iran lot 10. hlk 9 ____ Southern rnlon- Lot 15 ..- - ------ ---- -- -- - - -- --. -- 12 26 301 II Beaumont C L__ 1.14
-- -- r. _ 942 Izntlon ('n -- - 1 'RRRouthern Lot 41..r. __ __ ._ ____ _ _ ____ 12 26 80 6 WII1.. ;J H ___ 1.14
Loth t to 6, Inr --________ ---- --__ _ 23 35 32 120 f"uth"rn ColonIzntlon I.ot" 15 to 26 Inr. bilk 9 __ _ unn_ "olotl- .. 12 26 30 5 Murphy M L___ 1.14
Co 8 l' tzntlnn' Co - I. NPOI..b'' I.-j- a-.i. lev.;; c--Bub.Dl. rye

1 "t.. ,. 1" nd lP /to. 16. ''n. _____ 23 35 32 120 f.uth'rn Colona "I"o 4f all _--___ __ -- _-__ ___- 13 26 811 .
non I..nllon 1"'o A 18Lot. Colon13 101L Lot 51 --_--_______--__--_--_--_ _--_ 26 311 II Kln..I..y ;J M__ ., ;
.. 11 ,to 2f Inc h sN lot 22 ________ 23 85 32 14(1( f.uth..rn ColonIzatlon Lot 77.----------------------------- 13 26 30 6 J..YCOI<. jW ___ .11
Cn _ _ 9 4.t' Ixatlnn Cn 1..4. I Lot __. _ 13 2ft 30 5 Unknown _n___ ,17
hlk; ____ + nnn
.' Lot. 22 - ______nnu________ 23 35 32 20 ."rt"m..nko..l F_ 16PI.ot. I.ot.. 1 Rnd 3 t" 10 Inr. II ___ Southern "olon- : loOt 111 +_ ______ ____ _ _uuuu_ ______ 13 28 80 5 Cunningham D C ..87APelrl.I

:5 to 12. ''n. ___u____ ____.n_ __ 23 85 32 160 follth..rn ('Colon ________ ______ taatlon Co ---- 1.61inknnwn 1 Iawd .... I..... Ce'. 1I.b-DI-
Iznllon J n _ 1066"t" loOt 2. hlk 11 unn T .61I.dts vision) pf all __________ ____ __________ 14 21 SII
'- 1. 4. 5. 1 _. ________ ____ __ H 35 82 811 Southern CnlonIsatlon 13 tg 26 Inc. blk 11 __un___ ._ Routhern --1---- I I.ola 1.,1-9 ----00------------00--- 14 26 SO 10 McCalll.ter m __ 1."
Co .__ 511 Izatlon ::: _ I.H Lot 14 26 10 8 Unknown __ n__ IT 9
1:44 lot 1 . .nu _ __ _ _ __ _ Z4 35 82 10 Unknown _ ___ I 07Tot. Lots 1 to 13 fnc. Ilk 12 _un. _________ Roulh..rn Colon- a'klC6 4 : i3-:::::::: _:::::::::::: 14 i 26: 30 2g Baxter Bert n
SO Baxter: :::: :
__ 1 84Routhern Tot Bert
8. 11. H. 1r.. 16. 11. 19 and \V % of ta..tlon Co h 71--------------------------------
lot 12 ____ __ __ __ ________________ __ Z4 85 32 155 'Southprn ColnnIsatlon 1.0" 14 to 21 Inc. hlk 12 ____nn______ Colon- I.ol.. ... uuu__________ 18 30 10 Baxter. Bart___ l.1)
Co un 1034V" laatlon, Co 1.IR 11.1- I..... .d I..... C... II..DI
.. \ lot !9 and E'L lot 10 ______ __ J4 35 82 20 Southern Cn1onfaatlnn l.ota.1 to 12. Inc. blk 13 __nn________ 80uth..rn ColonLnte -- --- vlllion of all ____--_.__----_____.__-- 15 28 811
nn Co __n 1 99 Izatlon 1.aR Lot II---_______________._________ 15 U 80 6 lmlth. 11] 0 _____ .n
Lot 18 ___ ___ _____ _____ J4 35 S2 211 M..K..ttrlrk.11 _ 169Lot. 1 to 12 tar bilk 14 ______un____ Southern Cfl: -n-: Lot T1-_______________________ 116 18 80 I Ta.-ne. A ______ .7'
26 to 28 Inc and W44 lot 20. _____ 24 35 32 80 Southprn Colon.Isatlon 1. lIon Co __h 1.88 Lot 117 .,_ --------------n8..1. -______ 26 80 5 Unknown ____ ."
Co _ __ 838T.nt. Lots 13 to Z4 Inc blk 14 nn_______" 80uth..rn "olon- .... a-. ... .. 1"'.'s $..Irro.v _

21$1' and P4 and Web lot 2L__ 24 U n 70 Unknown 1 H; 18oul.Rhertn' Co _--_ 1.88 vl.lon nf lotll 14 and 86y.!: of 8W4\ (
Lots 30. 31 and !4 60 linkp own :: _: : Lots 1 to 12 Inc blk U nUn_______ n Colon-I and W1,4, of 8Elf __________________ 17 Z8 10
;$; Lots lnn" 8 to 82--------------- 26 85 32 110 Routhern ColonIsRtlon I ballon' Co _-_- 1.88 Lot 88.-I.-----__-___________ 17 18 80 I 8mltb 111 --____ .11
C0 _ 942 1.ot. 18 to Z4 Inc blk 15 ______n____ Smtbern Colon-I Lot 71 _.________________ _____.________ 11 U 80 I Painter. 111 ___ .n

Lot.. 9 to 11\\. 'Inc. ____________________ 25' 85 32 140 Southern Colon7 Isatlon __ U8 i Lot 301 I _________________________n___ 11 1..0 I Unknown __ ____ .,. .
'7 Izatlon, C0 _n_ 942lwts Lot. 1 to 11 Ine. bilk 16 __uun___ $outhern Cfl; : Lot AA _____.-----_______--_____ 11 28 80 II no..I1.J; D ____ .11 r

:3 and 14 __ _.nUnn____________ Z5 35 U to Southern FIn: "IlUon ("0 ---- 1. l l80uth..rn Lot rl/ __________________ ______ 17 81 80 I Ous.man A s __ ..1' / ,
laatlon 8.23Lot. Lots 11 to It Inca blk 18 ___nn__" (Colon ....1.... lad ... I..... c... ...-'"-

U to U. Inc. less lot 80 __________ Z5 35 U 140 Routh.rn FIn 'Latlon Co' __-_ 1.868onthern ot E4' of E''% _nn_______ 1. I' 80
laatlon : 9.48 Lots 1 to 11 Inc blk 11 ____________ r01on- Lot etn -- It II 10 I 1'4a.lI.' O JJ! ____ .n
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Lots 1.to I. Ina ___________________n_ Z6 81 U 118 Southern FIn.: 1.IlUon Co _n_ 1.88 Lot It .._________________ ___________ 19 II 80 I Martin C R ___ .f'
laatlon 10." Lots 11 to Z4 Ine. blk 17 ______n ___ Colo n8outheFn loOt 1tT.______________________________ 1II 80 I Burn.14. 01'8 ..71O.m1..N
U 81 U 80 Southern ColonIa.tlon 1.61 L... ... ......
1.0(1 9. 10. 11 _________nUnU : blk II 1..Uon C" ---- CW II..DI-
Co __ 4.41 Lot. 1 to 11 Inc lesa lot. 7 and 8. 80uth..rn (Coon .1.lon 6t all .... .. .. JO .It 80
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Lots 17 to U, Ina ___ ________ _____ U U n 188 Southern : l,oIsatlon .sttnn Co 1.61 Lot 1 ___ _________. __ ao 8. 80 I nayl.. C I __ .f'
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: 10.86 Lotll 7 and 8. blk t. __________________ RenbrR, Frod1 I Lot. 17 and l3 -::_::::. 80 I' !0i0 10 Ho,f. A ________ Ltl .
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j Lot. n to U. Ino. ___________h____. 28 U n 168 South.rn ('olonIsatlon Lot. 11 to .f 1ncblk 11 -------------- /lowth.rn'r01on-' Lot 18 '-------------------- --------: SO 1/ I e terlnr.aW{ t .1' i
Co'- 30.60pot. : .Izatlon Co ... 1.88 Lot. 81, fl, II, arod .1 __....___4___...... =O t1i 0 10 : ' Lff -
I ( Lot .t /. 7. I..to. 11, u. .blk *L.-------- \ ,.; Southern CoIon4- Lot 48 _4_._..-_-.-_-_._._-._-_.0!0 "1 10 I. U..kn..t..Jt'-.l.: .

: "v" Izatlon C. 1..11 Lot _....._ .._......__.....4....___._ .._ a. I v .f'
> Isallon, .. ____ I..0 Lot. 11 to 14 Ina. blk 1. __.___.-..__:, =,14', ,I ', 9 Colon' --. Lot i .. ... .. S' ,t .0 I nltno..n_ -.._. .VI
Soutbllrn ------- -- ---- ----- --
',Le. 1 to 10. nt!, blk 2.--------_____ \ t.n.:Ci,,4 t' Southern Ccolon- ------.I:7-! I.! it << 'LII8ern Lot 18 -----------' ----.--------.. a.. io 0o I wiaitx! 0 .._. Lu
I'' .... '. '."."" .,I\ii1'\\"" .11 on I.10 Lot. 1 to 11 Inti blk ao .. Colon:- Lot. 110. 111. 1,. ____________________ 11 JD _
Lola t to 10 Ina bilk I _______________ !Southern! Colon: 'Izatlon' < _. 1.11f ._I..le ..... ... I..... r.... 8.8.-fl.
laatlon C0 __ 1.58 Lota 11 to If Inti blk 10 ----- -------- Bovthern f..i: ;. : vision of all except NW% of NW __ at "t 10 a

-4- "" '- Lit. 1 to 10 Ine. blk f _____________n- 80ul1t"l rn Cplon1 Ca 1.68 Lnl 11 and 11 .________nn____.. U' II 80 to Anson K P ___ 1.lt
on M ___ 1..8I.otll Lots 1 to 11 Ine bik 81______________ 8"c; .i-n-; : at 18 80 I Moore M _______ .T.

1 to 10 Inc blk I __ _______u__ Southern Colonfzatl0n laatlon c-: ___ 1.1' Nem/.1.. lad a.d bv.;; -r.ii--8.bDI21
C0 ___ 1 58 Lots 13 to If Inc blk U ______________ Rnnlhern ;Colon.,; v I.on of all .______nuu -- u_ 28 .,11 rot
Lots 1 to 10 Inc blk 6 _____nn__ ROllth.rn Co10nlaatlon 1..lIon. Co 1.88 __ _____ _ __ ____ 18 28 80 6 Unknown _- ____ .n
Cn _ 1 68 Lot.' 1 to 11 Inc blk U __u"_"_____ ColonLote ----- L 11-----_ ______ __ ___ __ U 2r 30 II Unknown------ .,.
Routh-rn -- - - -- - --
Lot.. 1 to ZO Inc. blk 1 __ ______ ____ Ronthrrn ColonIzntlon I \ faa/10n' C0: 1.18 Lot 14 .___ _ __ __ ___ U U 211 80 5 Unknown __ ____ .,.
Cn __ 2.30 1 to 13 Inca blk 23 _u___________ Rmrthern: ;Colon--'- Lot 11' ____--__ -nuu---________-_______ ____ Il 28 10 I Patl r."n. 1\ ___ AlLots
end 4/ P2 2R SO 111 W P ____ 1.'t
ColonLot. IZAllon Co 163
T.ot. 14 to 26 Inc. bilk 23 __n__________ Southern ColonLot. ---.- T.otN ::7 and 112 t::: :-: : :::::: : --: 23 28 80 10 Yne.. H B Ut

11 to 30 Inr. bilk 8 __ ____ __ Ronthrrn CotonIzRtlnn Iznllon Co l_ 1 ARRnnhrrn "..../.... I..... a.d I..... r..'. ....hI-! 1
Cn _ 1 A1.nte / 1 to 13 lac. hlk 2t ______________ Cn10nLotn --.- "I.'no' of all .x..pl Nt 4 of R\V 23 28 30

1 to 20 tnc blk 9 _nn________ Snnthrrn"' Colonltatlnn Ip."on r. 1.6R Lot 122 _nn "_ _ __. u_ ___ _ V4--- 80 6 Seminole Land k '
210LntR 14 to 26 Inc blk 24 _n_________ S""tto'rn rolonI.ots - --- Investment Co 18.

1 to IR Inn. I1lk 10 ______nn____ :: I n ; halloo ro --- 16.. Lot 31 __ __-_ __ ___ _ _ _ _ _ ___ . 23 211 JO II 1Tnkno..n __ ___ .1' :;r
lzatlnn _ 2 1 to 12 Inr. Ilk 25 ______n____ fI"'to.._.. Colon1.0tR Lot 3'U. - 23 26 30 5 Unknown -.-- -- .1' .
q hlk 10 ___ ___ ___ __ __ __- ___ _____ ___ _____ _ __ Rnnrlnntet.!' : ; et1nt Ixatlnn Co _ u 1 68bak 101311 ...-_-_-_-__- -_-_-_-_ -_ -n_ --00------- 23A 30 e M"Fadd..n. n W .71 t
Lot0:! hlk 10 _ __ _ _ __ __ ___ __________ __ _RvndauINt. - .61 14 to 26 Inp. IeRs. lols 15 and 18 Lot 4n .hU_ __ _ _ _ - - - - 23 26 30 /5 Unknown __ _ __ .71 Kt
1.0' 1 nn" 3 to 16 Inc and 16 to 30 Inr. 25 S."II"rn ('Colon Lot 41 _h_ - -- - - -- 23 211 30. 5 I'nknown n' -_ .1' -'fi.
!'001lth'rn Cn1nn 0 _ "3 28 30' 10 Iloollrlrh. C 101
belt 11 .-- --- !sl'Inn. r 0 1 .Q I..M 63.,,<1 --- - 00 '
-un bntl0n r'n 322T.ntq Lota 1 to 13 InrI !Ilk 26 nuu.u____ Ronthrrn Cnlnnexn .- 1.t. 65 and 74 -- -- - - 23 26 30 111 Unknown __ 00_ 1.1\1.\ ..
finulhrrn"' Co1onIr.ntlon -- 23 26 30 5 Jo'aul1..rt. A L __ ,1 ,
1 to 18 inn !Ilk 12 _ t C0 1 Motn Tot
nnnnn Cn 1 pq L 16 10 2fo Inr. 1..11 lot 21. ilk 26. ___ S.,... .., Cnlnnl.ot ---.- Lot 16404---------------------. _ 23 26 30 6 I'nknDwn __ un .18 r 64
1.Itt 17 to 32 In" 1d46e12 __ _ _ <.1I'n.. Iznllon Cn __ L"Ronthrrn I..t t05( _ u "3 :!A 30 //I 11...,,,.r. W N -- .711 -IR
m Italian Cn 1 90Lnta 1 to 14 In... l.lk 27 __ _________ _____ "' CrrlonIa u Lot 119---------------------'.nh - - 23 2R 30 6 Alarre C H ___ TtN.mlwol. :

1 to 9 In. htk 1 1 ___ __ ___un___ Snnthrrn", CdnnIBRtlon ._ IUn ''u 1 R4 1.-d and In.: L'o'a ..,; .: )i: .
Cn 1..3 __ ___.___ 'o' : 26 30 I :,
I -_- Lots H. 20. 25. 26. h'k 21 n "' ; n CnlOnt ,11I'nnOf' nil - - -.-- - - --------- P
Lot. 111 Inc !Ilk 14 ___ ___ Colonlenllon t I.nllon ro 1 07'Irian. 1.ot l------------------ 26 30 Ii f'oodrl"h. C uu .n '
1 to nun : Cn 1..31.ot. Lot 23. bilk 21 00 ____ _ nnn___ _____ --- I.ot __ 24 2ft 30 5 Fnr.'. I. A __ 00_ .7'
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.. 1 to 20 Inc. hlk 15 ____ ____n..n "" .IsRllnn' Cn Colon_ .__ 2111 Lots 1 to 6 Inc bilk' 28 _nun_____ South.,, ..rn A r"I'nLota ---- .61 Lot 19100j-------' ; Inr..----- III- '. Nub-111-- Y26 30 6 Unknown ___00_ .itN.mlwol. 11
I lned and
I etlnn Cn 1 22
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Lots 1 to 211 Inc,, hlk 18 __ __ .nnn__ Snnthrrn Colon- 1 to 1 Inc. bilk 29 _n"unn_ Soulhrrn Colon-- vlp''n"f' nil -- .- - - 25 26 30
,batten Cn 2 30Iola r Tot 17 ___ _ ._ __ ___ ___ __ -- __-e 25 26 30 5 .n"pl..r. :J 1T --- ,7t
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1 to 20 Inr. ilk 11 ___ Rnnlhern :'nlonI.Rtlnn L ots----__---____ n ;';,lon: 22 Lot 2" -_ . __ _-____ u ____ 2. 2ft 30 5 rhaml1ln. A __ ..t !
nnn . I 319 "Routh ern ---- _
I.ot 34 _ u..u_ ___ 26 26 30 6 llnpp. t. \V __ '!'
IxRlnn C0 1 Ht -- - ,....
Colon 25 26 30 //I Pad..tI. J 11 _
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blk 18 _______ Ronthrrn I.ot. 1 to 14 Inl'. blk 31 : Lot 3'1 - - - - n '
H tn" CnlnnTotn -
Tots 1 to nn -ter-- 1 37 ---------------n - - - f l
Izntlon Co Lot 55 __ _ u 252ft 30 6 CurnIp J p__ .18 a;
.. Lo1N 1 to 8 Inc. ilk 19 ____ ___ ___ Ronthrrn Colontentlnn ._ 137Ln1N 1 to 14 Inc. hlk U _nnnn__ h" tlnn (;:;.l I;)n-- 1 ARonthrrn 4 Lot 17.. --- - u- - -- ----- - -- --- 24 26 3n 5 Valkm..n. 1. _n_ .7' :
Co I.ot ._ ::::: :_ 25 26 30 5 Vreeland E _n_ .n
1 103 - .
1 to 1 Inca llk 20 ..________.._.__ Ronthrrn C0 CnlnnIxatlnn . -. 1 3'Heetcrl Lola 1 to 14 In". Ilk 33 unn_ _____ bourn ';: I"1; MRnuthrrn Lot 106 . -121 00 --- __.__n_ __u_n- 25.262ft 26 30 30 10 5 Potier Weber, n C II R_n__ L4l8eml .7'- ..
Lots
120 nod -- --- -
1 84 - -
..... l.ota 1 to 14 Inc. blk 3t ___nnn___ so'n; ; ; :'; : .ole I...." ..d I.,. ('ON 8 .-IJI- '
blk 1 _____ ____ Ronthrrn rolon- 1.84 vl.lon of all ____ __--rot __ --__ ________--_ 26 28 311 .
14 In" Co l
1.0" 1 to I..atlon
nnn 84 $
Izntlon Cn 1 11..1..1. I..a .... 1......._... c..'N. ---- 6 __ _un __ .---00---- 2ft 28 30 6 Unknown __ ____ .1' ..'1
lot 12. blk 2 Rml/h.rn/ Cnlrnttn110n Nuh.lIvllon of N F '4 and hot 111 n -- _ __ ______ __u_ __ ::: 211 26 30 6 And..rly. A _____ .1S '
1.0' l' to 10 Inc and ---- .Cn 1 8H : !''OE'4 .. Tot 11 -- _ .. __ __u_. __ :::::____ 26 26 30 5 Unknown n ____ .n ..

, v1 Lot 1 to 14 Inc blk 3 __ __ _____ Rnlrl h.rn Colontrnttnn -_ R4r1 .F6 nn 1 R K of NFN4: of NW V and q4of ToOt 611 _.' ___ _ ._ __ __---__ __--_ 26 311 Bulkier. I -____ .''S :..I.' :
1 u 1'
Cn N\4 and NE'4 of 8\V'4 and NW4h Lot 70 -- - __ ____n__ 26 28 811 6 McI1rell'or. 1'1 ft_ .1'S !
<1.nlld... n Rl1nte of Ntt'r1. RA7A Lob 71-and- H -.-_ -- -- ___ -__ -- __ --.____ Z8 10 pafford H M._ 1.'t t /
1 and I. blk 4 14--Inc----blk- -.4..--. thorn rol"n- ft. E 860 tI.S..r.'h. two6'0uf'L R aAl Tots 81 and 91 __ _n_ -_ -__._ _____nnn_ III 28 10 1.lnck. A po ____ 1.81
Lot. 4. 1. 8 and 10 to I..tlon ('o __ _ 131I.ot. 1.0t 18 __ __. _______000000 ______ ___ __ 5 2LR 5 Unknown n____ .17 Lot 131 28 28 30SO II Alexander. A T_ ,1t
.... ('.'. "......DIvl.lon II. ;. .:.;.. '. :-c.--;
1. I and 4 to 11 Inr. and lot. 1:1: II..I.ole I.... ... I. a. 8.8.19127: !: J"
6 ___ ___ ________ Fl01lth..rn. rolon- of E"'o of and RWIy of vl.'n' of all ._ ._____ U 8/1
and 14. blk -- -- ---- I..AII"n ro 18H1.ots NE1,4 and 8"4 of NW% and Stf, of8Wy1 loOt. R8 and U _____: ---------n--n a1 I' 10 10 Unknown __ ____ t."
____ Rnvth.r! of and B% ___.__ ? SR AlLot Lot u ------ 27 811 I Ram.dal... B P' __ .1S
8 _____ :::Io.n NW'4 un II ---------- 24 .
1 to 11 inc. blk nn aatlon 1 foR 7-------------------------------- T 2e JlI 6 BNrkn R :r____ .81 Lot. 88.. --95-- ----_-_-_______ n 80 10 ,..1.00. C W ___ \." ...'

blk 1 ______________'___ "Ronthrrn' Colnn1xMl0n Lot P3l __ ____ _______--_- -______ --___ T 28 31 6 Beark F 00 C__ ..67i.nt loOt PR apd un_ -- __--_ --_::::::::::: n U 10 I Unknown -- ---- .1S. ,
Lot.. 1 to 6 Inc CO _ 1 22LotN A5 n T Needham. F .ti Tot 12t-- ---- _nn ___ __ IT f30 I Cooler A D ___ ..7i8s (
bfk 8 ________________ Pollth.rn Colonfz.tl0n lot 101-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: T :: :: : Unknown :: :87 la.le I..wd- -ud-- -..-;': ('.'. ....-01- '

1 to 8 Inc Cn _ 1 22 "._1..... Ind uA I..... C.. ".1>-DIvlllion vl.lon of All ____________ ___unu 2M U 10 \ 4,1.1
Ronth.rn Cnlr +- N'4! of NW'4 __ _ 18 21 81 ToO" 30 . 2M Z8 'II 10 1'4"'d.' 8 H _____ 1.le
_______ of all except R. 119. - -----
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1.ot.l to 18 Mc blk 9 _uun ,18at10n Co ._ 216 Tot 4 __ __________________ ____________ lR 22A R11I K 1I'1..ml.t..r. T. J __ .R1 ToOt 11 ___ ._ .- ___--._-_- _- ----_ :::::::: 2M Z8 80 6. Unknown __ 00__ .n

Lolli 1 to 21 Inc blk 10 _____ ____ __ ftrllf h.rn Cn Co10nlaatlon __ 230 lt: I BA: ::::-::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: 1R 18 28 :: : Unknown Pie.. 1) L -::::: : .1AT Lot Tot U 07 __.____ ---.--_-_-_-_-_-_----::::_::___-__-_____-_-__ 2M 2M 26 U III 80 8 5 (Stone"ummlnll'J, P F ;__p___ .71.1t t

lot 9. Ilk 1t so tth.rnIrn110:: :::ln. loOt fi1 _-_ ______ __ ___ __ _ U 211 II 5 11.11knn..n --- -- .7 'Lot 10'-__-- -_-_-_-_-_ _____ u -----00----00 8R 28 80 6 F.:11..rd.: Wm ____ .1' ...
Lola 1 and 3 to 21 Inca le.K 2"n" loOt 6A! -__- ___ ______ _ __ _ ----___ IR PR 311 A r..l'k. P __n_ .7 l..ot 111 -. ---- ---- --- -: Z8 88 10 5 Unknown __ _n_ .78 . '
-- - ---
,..... 1': 1 loOt 81t _ _-_-___ ____ _____ ________________ 1R 211 RI 5 .It..r." A _____ .R7 ....1..1." LawA- - --. r::,' c&.aDMvielon ;

Lot Lot."i to kl 11 Inc: lea lot 6, blk-11-: ::: Ir.atlml' :::I"n-. 1 118Lota i.nt tot AO 93 :: :::::::::::::: :: : : : :: : :::::::: 1A 1R LR 28 :; R 8 (trove,"';..n.r-.::_:: :H NF14: an"of NW'i Fu .f". .p-F44 _and__--_RW___44__. of_ 39 20 20

_____ __ ___ Rnnlhern Cn10nbntl0n Lot P6 _. __________________ ___ _________ tA 211 311 1 5 .., -l---_- .8T Tots 3L 9. 24 And Z5 __- ___nnn__ 20 .aeh..r. A Wn 11.
1 to 12 tne. blk 18 nu Cn 18' lot 111 ___ __ ____-___ _ __ __ _u __ 1C 211 RI K ItnknOwn __ ---- ..ATT.Otr Tots 2a an" 45 _ 2' 280 10 Aarber D M ___ 4.8. '

14 __=___________ Patfhern Cnlon1ee11nn Itl! And 122 __ ____ __ _ _ __ u __ U 211 81 10 Unknown 00 n_ 1.at 11..1..1" haw, ....u i....u.u". iil:
Lots 1 to 14 Inca blk Cn 1 el "....1..1. I..... ... Iwo C.'. "....-DI- vl.lon Mall Pxcept E44 0f NEIL and
Routhern; CnlnnL.ntlOn I of all except RI'4: of NE'4 u to 2R JlI of ______ 83 28 80
___ 'I.lon : R44 I.M" : -- ----
Lots 1 to IS Ine blk 15 _______0000 ; Cn 184 lot In _ __ __-- --__ __ __- -_----_ _ to 26 11 K Unknown __ n__ .7R ToOts 11 an" n _--_---- -_ --_____________ 83 Z6 III 10 WIllia .. H A__ 1.'. +
blk IT ,lotJ- I8. __-_-___-_-_________ _._ _ ___ ___ __ 1q Rl II "' ..vna. N n -- ,71 Lot. 115 and 6ft . -------------00 83 a8 80 10 .. L un t.8'
Lots 1 to to Inc. k Iota 14. 15. 18. R01RphI, j:::: (: 1 n1 Lot Lot lnt __ ____ --___----_ __ --___ 38 31 5 ('"h...... T. n _____ .78 Lot 84 _. .__ __ -_-_-_--___-_----__--_----_ as III 80 5 MI1I..r .1 W ____ .1. rTot.
__ "rrn.k W.l ToOt 108 __- -_-_-_____--___ __ _ _____- - iq1e R1 8 na..r. K M _n .18 66 and- 80--__ __- -_nn____.__ II "t' 20 to E.ty. K L ______ L8emis .01
'\ '.ot. 11 and 11.. bilk 11 ______nnu Tfllatlenk.. A-- .Itof TTP ___-- _________ ___ ______1_ 18 211 81 II eC W___ .7R .le .." ... I..... C... "...- -1-
18. blk 11 _______--_--_______--___ Ronth..rn (Colon J.ot. Ill .--_n._______- _- -__ -__ __ ._ 19 J6( 81 I Summer.ueh .. T H__ .78BcrLele vl.'on' .f I. all except SW'4 of SW.,: -- If 18 to +
blk 18 -------- 1.IU I..... ... I.v. Ce'. ".....DI- If 11.0 I A"d.n.. 'F _____ .H
Lot. 1 to 14 ins ------ I..atlon Co ___ lot 98 ---- ------
..... I Bouth..rn ('oIOQ1 vlsion0t aJl l .x..pt RW'4 of NE4 Beml..le- ;-o-a---ua-- ;.;:: C.';. 8.6-DI-,
U too b1k 18 ------------- Co __ 1.8. anAo of HF.4:' and RE'4 of R\V'4u 20 81 vl.lon f ell ncpt 8Ell'" of NWiL n 'II 10
Lot. 11 to I..tlon II Ort..c.btr.S W__ 'U
00 Lot 1 \....____________ ________n__-_._ 182A It TTnkno_ __ ____ .18 TAt. 4. 1* 20 and .I _____n_________:: II II 80 10 ".IIet<. C W' ___ I.M
blk 19 ------------------1.oCelon: :;;: 1.91Bouthern Lot 3t __ __ _______-__--__-_ 20LO III tit I 28 1..0 I Unknown __ ___ .i. ..
y Lot. 1 to U Ina ___ -- -- -------7' Lot 11 - ----- --
, 'olon- loOt 118 ___________________________u 20 18.1 I Unknown fob 101j-d-116 _... .: n II to SO Lewis, G W' &__ LIIfl.mlr

p. 4Lot. 11 to 24 Ine blk 19 -------------- lutlon Co ____ 1.118unn..U. s.I..le Wed ... .... C.. B.bDvlaon of 8E/- LIad, t ---------u-u-----i II II to
C _____ ..nLot" of 8075 4"of NESS: and N44 11 _. -.---------------- 81 1..0 I Claroomb W' W' .7/
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blk 10_______.. __ 1." Lot I' _________ u --------------------------- .
r( Lot. 1 to U IDtI 8oulhern"IlUorr Co Colon n ..,....1. L... ... I... C.'. ...bDII.lon !.oj .1 __,___________-_________________ 11 tl It )la..e_' Z lC... .H
ao of RE'4 of NFt4: and W54 of NB .... .. ... I.... ....1JI.o
i Lot. 11 to 'IItI bl1c ----- L atlon Co __;_ 1.IfBouthern 11 11 11 ...1. ... :
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vlnlnu .u r.nl1, 3 .I'C Jo1 220 ft of 1:: 98 of blk1' 1. ,
lots 1 1. 8. 16 and 16 ________.__ .__ __ J"III 2.H 8u 3",. :0;. I'.., I, '" j.\ -. J''It"LOI 111 Lot J7. Ill m. _F___ ___uu____ ____ (" ,1111-c: i.I1'W: :: I I :0> 411 fof hlk X L . __ 11.1\'" N I:! C' _ _. -. _. J.l'

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3 PR s0 lavla JJLol u "nknown q 2 18 and 19 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Mlll.r..J I IV . 1 "1
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$ .f NW'4 and \ Lot 2. brk 326 _ u __ Unknown' .-- : .. 42 and 43 _ __ _ _ - _ _ - _ _ \Ullrr J\ W. 1 Z"
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8. blk D __._ ___--_._--__ 7. 837 u_ _ ___ __ _-_ _ 00 ___ Unknown - --- 92 nnUn

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80 ..d el ---- Waller L II: -_ 1.01 12 and U. blk 343 ___u_________ Klener J E ---- It LoU ---- ---
Lot I. blk-B'------------------------ 11. 15 and blk au Donb.rm. C ____ '
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t. 1 1 .-.....-..,....... 1.lt Lot 8. blk 311 __ 1" ----.--- l.otO I 2-------------------------------- Rolfe, 1'eaL1.. 3.aS'
tOkU.'blll ..' 8elteq H J. -.. .-_._ -_ ____,.. ........ Roth .,6.
t 1.t t -: .......... .- ;; : John.on F -. Lot 4. blk 811 -.-. -...""."w..l" ... Unknown -- -d'- Lot 29 _________._._:..._.-.-_....-..--.. ,' . M R r_"'.. '..or1..ot

t 11. blk I .....l-j .Wj, F Lot :3 I. bl'': 117 -.-..._.--............ 1- .....' ; '," S..ln01.. Lan t..' II __.______..---__-_...............+/1.. I Freeman H w__ 1.85 1:
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t If2 blk 4 ____ _______ Hoyt A Lot 2. blk .38 ____ :______ _____________ e..ml"ole Land ,.., 'E.......
blk / :::::::: Reed: F L-:=::' fUt : ] 1v. Co. ------ All blk A ____ __ ____ ___ ___ 'nnknown 00 __ __ 601 o a....
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blk 11 __ __ ___ _u_____ Srminole L 01 tr w.rydl... 0 .- -.- hlk A __ Unknnwn------.
7 and I. 9 ALot. Iota. 12 and 14. hlk I . Fml/h J1R 5 1.ot. 1. I. 3 anti 8. uhU
Rh1Unl'c'F;, if:::: 4 1 Lot M. hlk 3 _ :: - _--__-_"_-_ MIne.. - - - .f.9 LoIs 2t and 2.. hlk C u.u Pnkno"n - - 101

I and 10. b1k IS ___ _ __ __ ___ Harsh J _ 2 all..ot 11..1 5. "", r. nPhu_ _ .n __ bvnnp----- 5 Irate Q and J 0{ blk I I/ p u . _ .n_ __ Unknown 191

Lot 18. blk 14 __ _ ___ _uu__ _ __ __ __ ._ Aucrla.. I'004' 3 h Lot 2. I hik 7 . _ no._ u__ __ 5L. 9 1.01 18. hlk n _ _ _ u _ _ _ __ l'nknown I (01wank.
8. blk 18 __ _ __ __ _- __ __ ___ _ _ *--- 22 J. hlk 13 u .u '\VII1\amH\ 11 - - 10L"'M \ -'. Boyrp !'Iub-U"'I.lo." ofSF.1y -

hot I. blk 1ft __ _ __ __ _ _ __ __ __--_ O"w..lI. W J n P __--- 2 00 2. In. 12 and 15. hlk 14 = : = : :: 11. n..a A - .73 u _ p - _ __ 2 25 29
Lot H. blk 11 __ _ __ __ __ _____ _ _- _- l.'n..l1.Seminole\ LaId-k- Lo/s 4 IOlId f,. Ilk 14 1'n1k. Jt 1. -. - - "' 1.01.3.4 and 5 2 25 29 H Flllrll T 2 IL
Lot 11; blk 13 __ ________ ____nn____ Inv Co ___ 19 q 1.01 1:1.: Iolk 14. - -. ItUrr n 01114lolk
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21 __ __ _ _ ____ __ ____ R'nc-l..lr.' 'V --- 15I.ot Ldl 14'U HI.h". II. A- .- -- -- -- -- 1ZQ: L. BANDY Tax
Lot 3. blk n unknown 1 nLot. l."tM 2 4 t 6.: II ,111111. ) 12. loll, )If.I _ Havnp fq C. Collector,
1 bik I - AIW :: 2 9 Lot ::1.1011. I' Hn\'o" p A 7a
4IC l-hl1(24( = ::_ : = :: : = : Hreeher.
16, 18, 18: Unknown 1 CI; 1.01' M J5 uud. 11.. I.I1.1 Ili I Fro..1$ F ","
lot 19. blk 14 _ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ _ _ ._ harsh .1 .-- 107 LOll f.. 1.11. I" - 1In rrl.. A .n 'Q Osceo1o County, Florida
hlk 24. __ _ _ __ __ __ Jt A -.' .
Lot 28. pu.u . __ 1x,116 R .\ w--: 107 11.0'' 2. Ilk 21 u. _ 7lcrrs. too
Lot 2blk 24 . R ..... - 10; Lot 12. 1.lk :2 Man..rl'. h r..
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Lot H. blk 1 0I.ot ; 11.01 n. .11.' ( 22 Unknnwn - - -
_ _ _ __ ___ Vi.kp own .6
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hI" 27 n Lot A -
Lot 20. - p. Rmllh. J A ..1-- 1117 7. Ilk 2:' 1111\11" - k
_ _ NOTICE
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9. hlk 2M for 191C IRX u h - G" Lots lu A --p
1 v. nn.1 I II I 1.lk
If ( a2 Hn\'n"
ltoel"'r
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Ilk 3(1 __ ,
rtdA. A
l.nl.6 n rwrA 1.7 lots 1. f; ,111/1./ 7, LIII' :3.1! Hn"\I'. - :.
Lot 13. hlk an . . -- _ __ ____ ___J" 1'IMon. J R 1071.ot. ),01 I I. 1.11< aI,, - ": r.... .ry 1t..1\. . r...
_ . __ ___ __ __ .
5r
blk 8ft
1.0117. - - - JII\.r. J 1.1q Lit C.. Iolk :3T UI',.rk. Jo' ..
.. H 1111,1 17. hlk 81 .P ___ _. ___ Wlluon. R' 1117 Lot 5. loll 44 Unknown. - Notice 1M hrrlI ,' '151'n that the f..lI..wln'. 1lw.'hed' Inn.1r an m..fa

1..1 1. blk 33 ___ _ __ __ _ _-_ ___ ___ \vllla.. C A 251 Lot M. II k fin: : : .1..1111."n. \ f Ih..r..r ua will I.. n. .'esnaty In pay' Ih' anannt du for '?per,, "I I fm l III" "
Cols. 18 .and 14. hlk 37 -----r-------- ('onaliv A(1-- 7RLot. LnlM 3. 4. j., 1111 I 13. 14 l5 101" 51- lavrs, A 1 / taken Irvlwl und.r the prnl lnluna' of I'hapl.' r 64.r., 1<. .s(' ''10, Luw 11f I 1913! : .

1..IM 9 10 16. Inr. \Ik 38 P ._ . . .__ Hnknown 211 I lots J.I 2. :3 to f", k, ;, I 11.I Lik, f1, :: lluvnra. A . - 14:1(: h. rein srt uIpupite' '' N"u11e.' 11),16m: \ with :the raal: : 'rh au. 11' x1(10111111' ndvertlein -
7 and 8. talk U _ u _. . _ _ nurl.nll. ( 12 4? 14,18. .. 4. 6. 7' s 11 12. 1:1.: 15. Ilk, 60._ 111t'n. A - -- 17 :: : will hr i:1'i': I'ubltl; Aur11nr1: 1)u tl11 $.'s I dIV, of AIIk11rl.:
.1.01.11R"tI 16. hik 48 _ ___ ___ _ __ IIIHrl1l. J P 8 r. I.ul I hlk 611 __ 1IIIvn. A 100.. A I I' 1916.! In front of .11.. ('uurt Itouv.. dour III ILlsslmnu. r. 'OlllOtV "r "Mr.,,,,,;
J.ol.5 And 6. hlf 5,0 __ _ _ _ __ __ _ : 1I1..I.k..r.J 20n' 11..1 In. I LIk ,11 _ - u 'hllll..r. \1 6i.ata nn(1 I
Tat H. hlk 51..r. - . - ------ Rllo"'or. H 2 9:I I 1011.1 4. Ilk, 1,2 ." -- 1Iavl1l' A .u --
Lots 3 and 4 1)lk 62- = M I.IIlfi 101" 61 --- ; F. -- 6
1nd (1 'i . 1Oo\.k.
.621htk"dd4. blk 62 =::: = =:: :: :::. 1tAnnert.rs. R 1 _: 1 6 Lot I 121 hlk O5; . . - -- Kepl.-r. M - - /1, '

Lot .u_ _ __ . __ _ _. _ _ }.IRr..n..lIfRtY-- 417 l.oolM 1. 2. 4. f LII Nr : = : TlasO'' ..' A. _ 1. G I
Lot A.: hlk '64 7lot. Lute 4 11,1 23. loll 67, HnvnrA - 1I.otrl ---- :;: = .;
- - - -- - - -- - -- Anderson.f - __
A and 1 10.111.. 6 : . . -- - - Moo11. If E - 1 (,0' ' 2. :C. 4 r.. II. 211. 25. ilk' ts _n_ 1' _ 1 /a DisFV11TPTIN 010' I.\o> n. g..a a ('t\\'NI: ; :II ::: r :
jS
1..018 5 and 6. I1lk 57 . 1 A 11.01' E. Iolk ", .u h3'.n. I-- - - ::: tj s 7R "
Tltup.v 1 liu" i.
Lot g m 57 :_ mm. =.:: -::::: : :: : Tinllingrr. idi. : : 1 0 "Lot 4. LIk I 7 : : = ::: Unknown - 'r..,, :: :: .: : :. ;:. :...

Lot : 67 uu__ unknown __ - 107 11..1. N. Ilk 7' __ ____ I"mlll1." J F----- F" rI." I+ 7 1; I "Eo.' ;
lot 17. Ilk 6A------- : 76,611111 F 10 )..,..1 10. Iolk 71-' tlu", I'r.I 'J. I.
Iol 18.'to\\. k 68 - : : = : = =:: Unknown _:1: :: 1 n 1.011: 1. Iolk 1.11 -- "1l..wH". 1 - - r. I IAll

Tot 1. 54 -- - P-- _ _ _.u..u l'nknown __ -- - 130 ; ) ...IM !4 I. I... 11. 12. 1:1.: hlk N11 _ : : :: 1Tnynee. A ------ 11 ___ __ _ __ _____ __ __ __ _ _ _ _ __ __ 2 :37! H 039! I-\"Ih\ rn rolnuzII11nn .
Lot I Itlk n - - . - ___ n_ "layeomb. W 'V 1 (", I 1.1.' S, Ilk (J I _ __ ,'..rt..r 'N . __ __ 7.5 1'11 132 I.2
Tot 1& blk 6C :: =: =: = - - . - l'nknow -- -- - 16QJ..ol .ut. 10. h'k' H "''mllb: A __ _ __ All ___ _-____-__-_____ ___u_ ___-_ __ IU 37 34 ,41 R."tIO'II'' 1'1)11)11ization .
1 J..oI 1M. hlk 14 u_ -- - .u _ _ ___ Unknown - -- - 2 ''''' hloolrmrr. 111)-Kuaa. Addlllos. - -- C'., :32 I ]'2

11 Ilk 68 __ u. _ _ pn_ P-dgett. J 11 ,; 'I' I.'M' ::1 11111. 4 1V or II 3. Iolk 4 _:___ R a. 111 I n g Ion. H All __nu__ u____________ _hu __ n 12 3. 34 642. 1-\.IIO'r"\ ,,1111111
lot 19. hlk 71 : U -- . - -- T.Iverm0re. JC F. 6 OLoIH4. J."nllon -- -- 6 .. 33 0n 2

Lots 1" and 19 hlk( 7/--- - 00" - Seminole Land h II..... ..II'. x11)1-IItalon o.f I'a, me A All __ - ___ ---- --__ _ ___ ___ u___ 14 37 3611 Fnoth.r. rclonIrlltlnrl .
6 anti I, hlk 78 : - - - -_ Inv. Co. _- _ 640 I'1' ._-. Addlrlou. I 1I a2 R7
Loot 20. Ilk A _ __ __ Jnhneon r.arl- 8 HI All ___ __ ___ __________ ___ ___ ___ __ 15 ::17 34 840( I''h.. IU rulon19 .
J. P. Welrker'Hnpplrmrnlnl Plat of Ihu.bl'.. tddlllo.. Izolln.. .. 32 S7
]..t. 13 to 19 Inc of hlk 77 l IntK. I .1111 3, li.I 'Ir- _ _ __ And.non. IIol1le II 3r Jo "r ......_ ..____ __ __ _ 87 34 fiRO R..uth'rn "oln.' . .
to I' Inr of hilt 7S, nil 1,1k f7 and Iloh/n.nn's/ "d..III.. u .ntlo11 '.. 29 84

W i lilk 98 of Xeailaole l...d Jt J... 1.0''" i. 8. !9 I. 10. hlk I . : un __ ___ .It/eIler4ykeStl.e/ All _ _ __ ____ ______________ uuun 21 37 34 fi40 Soot hrI CoinuIzntlon -
<'..*- 6.rv.y. I l.izaie - --- 123V f'1 32 87
W B OSBlvan. :
tAla 7 to 12 Inc. 1,1k, 78 __ __ _00 __ ___ Cuinaon 'R -- 1111 2. 1'1'p 3 --u un __ _ nohln..on. l.lzxle A 8 All ___- -_- -- ______ --___--_ ---- _ ___ __ 22 37 8610 l
lit. Cloud.Lot .l 3. LIk _ : : . n 11 10.41 ('11 32 87
/ EJ J - - 10 7Conner. 11.,1 I. hlk 6. _ __ . _- -_ -__- -_ 14rYant N- All ________________ ___________________ 23 37 34 fi41 R.'h"rn' Colon-
7 blk 82 _
u --------u---------- J F 1 07. n lo1)trn Mn J .
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Lot 24. Mk 84 . --- -- - - Taa-u". A - - 169! .Its, J. 2. 3. hlk 18 _ .lit __ ___ n __ 1741 ____ ._ __ ______ ___ -___- -- -_ ___ 24 a7 at HZ Nouph" rn t.o"olon-u. 82 PZ
blku86-

Lot Lots Lot 18.14.I: and blk hlk 88 88 2. .. .:::: :::.: =: : ::: : = : ::: StronaV.. O O R.. -: _- 10 1 07Ralley. 7Love. \V .... )lot...C.. I.Is.V.It! I. C.113 1).s ft.Addl"o..1.1k, If-------; Unknown Unknown u. _--_ ,__- J 6.5 1 5 All ____ __ _ ________ ._____ __ ___ __ ___ 25 37 34 fi4Z Southern tblen- 9297lfotlnn

-- : : ::: ::: :::::: E E - - 107 I.nta 23 and 2. ______ I f'1 3291
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Lot 2. blk 88 __ _ ___ - - -- 14 u.
1 D
07Harrla. M
__ 26 87 at
: 'a.MI..r - __ __ .
O'Bryan. W' :4. lots 27 and 2M _ __ ( All --------n---------------n fi4J Roulhern (blunIzntlnn
Lot blk 89 _. 431;
17.: : : :::---------u-u--- . J ::: : 1 07TTnknown . I. 2. 3. 4. 29. 311. 31. 32 and 600._ .. Wooel. R 0. . C, 32 41
Lot 18. blk 81 _ ---n---------- -- - - 107 N'ood.lr. 6.bHlwl.lo. Lot tIt& Hlrk..rdY, E J 11.1 I All __________ ____.___________________ 27 37 84 HO Southern: ( o1on-
Lot 12. blk 89 __ __ __ _ t'i: .
8 r 1/)7 !
-- -- ttansdell. :
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- _ I7.Rllo" ( 0 _ 32 81 '
Lot SI. blk 91 __ __ __92-n------------. Ford. L R . 169 22 a ._______._ Farmer L Ii t'iJtl I All E. of River ------------------f__ 29 a7 a600 R..uh..rn, Colon f'iAll
Lots 21 and Ebik Way Oeo 1 07 f:: : 2218":: Unknown _ _:: > 1 .

Lot Lota 20.It blk and n 22, _blk_ n.19. = .: .. ,__ un_ T"rpenlnJrt-W- -H- 3 Rl I,011 C'. 1I1..d.-i .;: ) ;: ti_. Jack.on Henrietta9(I E. or RIver _n_ _____ ___n______ sa 37 3820 Roulhern Izntlnn Cn Cnlon_ _ : 80 U f''r Sq

-------u--u- __ n 2 on J.,Ilta\ 2M and 29 __)_ _________ Iznllnn
('n 28 '1
Lot 8. blk 100 __ _ __ _ __ nuu__ J H 2.it un Sara h __ 101 I ________ __ ___ n -
Maakr. - - o..d.1I R Doylea .t.b-DIv. .1 Lete Lee n All _ ____ ___ __ 34 37 34 R40 1..0..on. 10' R. 82 81 t.
Lot 24. blk 102 __ ____ _ __nu___ Ppanl.r.bef*. H n 479 tu. 11 fIT ... es.1t All ___________.____________ ___________ 35 37 34 640 IIlIulh..rn ('nlon-
1..01.! It and 14. hlk 104 _u___________ .7'1 I
- .. 16 And Nrj lot 17. blk H Izatlon <
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Lot. S and 1. blk 107 _- nn--u--- Hob.on. A .'__ n 14 U II.I W. Marr.w'.b-DIvl.l.. .1-L.t 6N. Rase. 0 J ----- 171 All ________ ____--__________ __--___ ____ III 37 14 6411 FAIr Inv. ;. .: :: 97 :I
Lot. 20. 11..n" 22. blk 108 nn____ Wrla-ht.". B 1 18OrlKsby. All E. or River __________nU________ 2 37 33 360 Southern 'olon-
Lot 10 blk 112 ___ v-on --- U!
J 116 it: : 11 W_ J J"II
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Thurman
Lot 1>, hlk lit ____nnn---u- : Drrby.blre'a ..b plwld. .f laallon Co__ __ 18 21E
Unknown .. 1.1 Fr..J 111 .rvey.d
--- Pert .1 Let alb Waa
Lot 2 blk 121 __________ _n A JO.S, _________________
Johns -- or River __________ 11 17 13 411 Southern ColonLota .
Lot !. blk 181jot __unu___:::::::::: Har/froye'3L. 107 IJ 5-fnr nij..wr:-of lot 73;-run Or1RIn 1 _._____ ,72F.
blk 141x __________ __ atlouthronrn Ca____ 21 81 #(
1 ___ _
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H.d..r..K N a and I .._ 1 I 37 33 '
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>t bill 144x __u_________ nu-u- Walla b B ____ I.U 1 1174\ It. 8 106 fl. W 1114\ ---- 43 B (Colon .., !;
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A" > .IIi and 11 Ilk blk 147 _____:-- ------ Unknown -. ---- 1.81Painter. ,108 lit F.etseh ftf : -Re..b-Dlvld..f- -F1-: Hammond N ___ f.1ere. All FracU ____________________________ 11 n II 191 Southern laaUon Co Colon-____ 1 71' 1"
and "I _______ ...
u --- -- E) I .*1Bouard. -
Y22 blk .f ill ---- ....t... t. Pr..pert P.rk. Ia.Uon COn__ 15 60 '
__-----.,---- --- H...___ 1.00 All B.. of RI w.r _____________ 137 83 ''
::: ::: Mt t. : .- --- ---- no South ern Con r.
t 7 b1k lit __--____ -__ Kirk. f' W 10.16 1,11'1 :6.Il: r. .
11. 11 blk UI _____ __::: --- Lot. _-----_- lit 1 '
t. )0. 11. 4. Unknown 10.20EitiTinjJ 2b0 XeifeY D ______ _______ Southern; ColonIt
6' NIII nor 0' lot run 8 .1 ft. 111 IDof, RIv.r ________ __ __ 2. 17 II 180 '.
t. .1. I.I. 4 bile UI ___________ _
M B C.10 116
*. bIll 170 _____ -----::::: t..tman., 2.11 ...\..#: ft. N 62 rt. ffi a ft twi Unknown ______ ...1 1..Uon Co____ 161

4. blk 170 _._______ __, N.laton j.- t P.ek.k.Isg '.
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t ... 'Wkot 1 1710 ___u.u..__..._ .elmaR .;-- I.OT 0t II and It .. Curry. L..--- 17.11of C. L. BANDY Tax Collector .l.lo rI
' 1.1 DU. _-'_._. ----n------ 'Jnknown I.OTColyln. ; /3 ---r1ght--of- ---------- Clark FlB ----- .." _

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'" '* DAY. JULY 21,1118. r THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZsftYf I'AGEIS. '4


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+ . . V * .* '+f > + 1 . 'NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. all of .10. 11. 11.. II.; 14.' II. 11 NW% 'of I'l (except Lot SO), Lots 1 to IS inctusivOf.ection "

MANY TROUT PIE IN' ARTICLE! .V., B":!14 of. Sections 17.. all of Section 1*. "' 11. Lots 1 to SS Inclusive of I !
The business of said corporatIon D.parie.* ot the ..tert.; ....V. *. Land anti Ill (except; SWU of said section Section, 14. Lots 1 to SS Inclusive. of Choice Farms ;
4. IRRIGATION DITCHES stall. he managed by a President two Oltlco at UaisMvllle. ....rI... Itl) 8H of NEJ4 and NW U. and N*, of Section li. Lots 1 to I Inclusive, and Sele Dome
Vice-Presidents. a Treasurer a Secre.tary J.M S4. ...JOaS..I.I 8VW. 8WV of SW. of Section :U. all 11 to SS Inclusive of Section If,' Lots .1 M
l' 4 .;* + * 4 * 4 and a Doard of not less .than live of Sections 21. 22: 2*. 14. 26, 26 '(,'"- 1 to SS Inclusive of Section .1?. Lots 1 ( and Acreage
I I r nor more than fifteen Directors who N...... eieBT.' cent Eji, of NVVJi' .of said Section 16), te;> IS Inclusive, of Section. II, Lots 1 to ,Vacnt
shall be elected annually. The Board of all o. Sections 27 and 28. N rw, of, NW& SS Inclusive of. Section 19, Lot. 1 to SS I
Washington. Thorough testa of'i Directors: shall be elected. annual Notice Is hereby given that Charles. of Section 211.. all of Section SO (except Inclusive of Section 20 Lots 1 to SS Inclusive ,1RS'SUMMRS
ly front the stockholders' of Krecek.. of 1815 North Itth street. La. the NEU1 of said section 10)), all (except Lot 2&.) of Section SI,
devices to prevent fish 'from entering 1 I aid corporation, on the flrst ;n.tt., Indiana who. on August IS. P.f.8..ctlons !?: and 11 (except WU of Lots 1 to SS Inclusive of Section! SS 60S PmfieMSt S. XIssStati. ,' ,
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ditches be Tuesday after the first Monday In 1 made Homestead Entry No.: NWVi. and KM of E* of said Section I Lots 1 to InclusIve and 11 to 18 In. .
irrigation: aro to made by April; and the said Board' of Director 910SST. for SHUt!: of HVVH.. Section II. ID all of Sections II, U. K and 18. elusive. and 11 to al inclusive or .c'tion
Forest Service officer, who say that Immediately. after their election shall Township 18 South. Range 17 East Also the following lands l In Township 14.< LoU I to II Inelu.I" o. S.c. -- -- "
i elect from their. number. a President, Tallahassee Meridian. has filed noticeof 11 South, Range if East. All. of Sec tlon f6. Lots 1 to al inclusive o. t4e.tion ". I
th uanda of tho trout placed in western I two Vice-Presidents, a Treasurer. and Intention to make three-year proof Lions TihII, 29 It $6. Lots 1 to II inclusive or S.c.tlon .
a Secretary. and any one person may establish claim to the land above Also following ndlald.. In Township . 17. Lots 1 to II inclusive o. 8.". THE ,
stream by the gov-ernmant aro : hold two offices In said corporation described the testimony 'of claimantwill It. South. Range-94 K: all of Sec lion 18, Lots I to II Inclu.ive o. seetion fROAtEAPt'

'killed through being carried, into the : except that of President! and VIce-Pres- -submitted before J. B. Shaw tions 4 to 11 inclusIve SWU of Sec I'. tote 1 t. 31 Inelu.lv. of S.o.
Ident. The named officer 'Notary Public at Ldifayette Indiana; tion 11 NWV of Section 14. all of Sec lion 10. Lots to II inclusive of S.o.
4' -ditch and washed out on tho field. II shall conduct the .bu\'n.\ ... of the corporation and testimony of witnesses will be tions II to 11 Inclusive, VV% of Section lion II, .ots I to II In.lu.I., of 8.e
until their successors are submitted before Clerk. of Circuit II, all of Sections It to S6 Inclusive., lion $2. Lots 1 to 31 inclusive o. See-
There are not lese than 1,200 irriga. elected which must be within thirty Court at Klsslmmee. Florida; all on Also the following lands In Township lion 5*. Lot. '1 to II inclusive, o. Sec.
tion' tlwt National' : ((30 days .after Charter. la signed: the 10th day of August. Ills. 1Claimant : South. Range' 14 Bast All; of Sec lion $4 Lots l' to It Inclusive of 14cc. CEILINGS
on or near
project President. C. A. Carson. ; First Vloe- names. as witnesses: tions 1 to 16 Inclusive. 1"1| the entire tlon IS. Lot. 1 to' It Inclusive of See-
Forests, and. In many place. the losi Preeldent, W. n. Malclnson! "Second, Walentlno Brassall of Louchman. Township Thirty-four, South lion 5$. CULVERTS SHINGLES t I.
i VIce-Presldent, H. C. Stan ford ..Tr.urer. .....- Florida. Range Thirty-four Also tll. following lands, according ,
of trout is very heavyThe amount' B. L. Lupfer. ; Secretary. A. R. J L> Cox, of Louirhman, Florida. Also the n.r.t.nd. In Township to the Southern Colonisation Cempanv AND OTHER .

...... uaed in it is said (')()necani;_Board of Directors.: C. A. I M. I* Cox. of Louarhman. Florida. IS South Range 14 East) All of plat of Range II East,
f water irrigation, Canron. w. T?. Maktnuon. H. C. Stan 8. L. Bera-ert. of Louerhman.' Klorlda. Sections: One to Three e of .. shown by Pulllo Records of Osce. SHEET
often determines the advisability of I ford. 'K. L. Lelev. John M. Lee. .1. ROBERT W. DAVIS. Section Four (except the : I.Hn of ola County r 1 to 11 METALL
Wade Tucker M. Kats. A. B. Oonegan. H-lt Register. said Section Four), all of Sections. 5. Inclusive, Section 1.aLot.-1t te I Inclusive "#
artificially stocking the stream 8. U Lupfer. Rull Bass .C. W. Ward T. and all of8 ectlons. I to II Indu.I"....." and' to 16 Inclusive NH ,of Lot BUILDING "
aad Ernest Mach. NOTICR 'TO CREDITORS of Sections 17 to 10 Inclusive/ all of 17. Lots 11. 1* and 10 WH of 11. all of ,.
The government annually < plant ARTICLE VI. Sections 14 and $.. II. II. 14, Lot. 15 to 10 Inclusive, and MATERIAL

)V large quantities of fish fry in' TbMf:; :": amount of Indebtedness IN COURT OK THE COUNTY Jt'DMK. Also the following lands In Township 11 of Section 2 Lots 1 to II Inclusive, w rrtTOOAT SHel '
to which the said corporation STATE! Or FI.OHIDA. OSCE- 17, South Range Thirty-four East; except Lots 18 and 2*) of Section I, CAOIU QUOTATION* ,
the stream of the National Forest can at any one time subject, Itself OI.A COUNT All of Sections I. 10. II, 14. JS, 19. :1, Lots I to II inclusive. Lots 17 to 1O Inclusive f
shall he Twenty-five. Thousand. II and 21 to 27 Inclusive, and Section of Section, Lots I to T Inclusive .ACKSONVIL..tL. .

l Last year over 1,100,000 were ((115.000.00) Dollars !. re. .Estate. .1 Wllllass V.......rlJ'. U. Lot I and .Lot.tolt.to II Inclusive, ._ ._ .
in Colorado and ARTICLE VII. Also the following lands In Town of Section I to IS
Wyoming
planted The names and place. of residence of To ,all Creditors Legatee. Distribu ship Thirty-three, South Range Thir.tythree Inelu.lv"i Section/ 9. Lots I to
alone. This was dono to render the the subscribing Incorporntors and the tees and. all Persona having Claimsor East : All of Sections 1 to S Inclusive u.lve (except lots 14, I.
amount of stock respectively subscrlh-' Demands against said Estate: all of Section Four (except. 22 10 and II ), of Section 10, Lots I to Joe E. Johnston
Forests more attractive to the pub- ed for by: them are as follows: You. and each of you. are hereby West Half of Southeast. Quarter of 16 inclusive. WH, of Lot SI, 'all of Lots .
Mt affording good Where W. B. Maklnson. Klsslmmee Flori : notified and required to present. any sal 1 Section Four) all of Election 6, 27, *'. 30 and 'II of Section 11, Lots 1
by fishing. da. J5 share claims and demands which you or North Half of Section 6 I, SRW' of Sec I to IS Inclusive of Section. 11. Lots 1 to
much of tho water is used for irriKaticn H C. Stanford. Klsslmmee, Florida. either of "w have against the ion 7. all of Section (except N% of 25 Inclusive (except Lot 2)) and Lots
IS shares. estate of vWha'::.. Weckerly.1 deceased. NEU ) of Section R, all of Section t.' all to 12 Inclusive, of Section 13, Lots CITY ENGINEER ; .
unless the ditches are screen C. A. Carson Klsslmmee.. Florida., late of Osceola County Florida. to theundersigned of Section 10 (except. NH of NWU and fT 8 Inclusive\ and 11 to SO Inclusive,
15 shares. Administrator of 8S4 of '8RJ4 of said Section of .. of Lot 24.
10)). all of '
ed, the trout enter and are washed A.oJ.. I>onegan, Klsslmmee, Florida.IS tate, within two years from the ddr Sections II to 19 Inclusive. all of Sec. f'l.lo4'o .or'.tli.d"'L 27 to

out on to tho fields. While fish Q.ret shares. hereof tion 20 (except NWU of said Section SO Inclusive of Section 14. .
R I. Lesley Klsslmmee.. Florida. Dated July 12. A. Tf. 1111. 20)). all of Section 21: (except, N ',' of Said lands being levied upon as the Surveying and '
said to make good fertilizer, officials tS share A. K. DROUGHT. NWV4 of said Section 21). property of said Southern Colonisation
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the saidsutincrlbers 31-Kt Administrator all of Sections 22. 23 and 24. all ft Company aforesaid. Terms of sale
t think that trout are too expensive have hereunto subscribed "Sections, 25. (excent NWW > all of Sec- cash. DraftingS.11.BUROCK

to be used for that their names. and affixed their seals to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX tion 16 (except. 8\4" of NWU' ) all of Purchaser to pay I for deed.I .
purpose. this Instrument on this 28th day of "Jr.n NDKH fKCTION 574 A Nil Section 27. (except. SEW of HW4 lui-t _.. H. INGRAM.
Most of the states in the west have June,, A. n 1915. ITS (1KNKHAI. STATUTES OF TIlE NW4 I'a; : of N\vQ roF2'F> till I Sheriff.
I ( <.enlV.. n MAKINSON.Senl STATE OK FLORIDA. of r of 1'I..<' (except Dickinson *: Dickinson., Orlando,
laws roquiring that the ditches be ( H C STANFORD. 8WW of said Section 29), all of Attorneys for Plaintiff. 2 -Bt

screened but thene laws seldom (Seal) f. A. CARSON NOTICE IS HKKKHR GIVEN THATA. Sections 30 and .11 and 32. all of Sec-
arc ( Senl 1\) .V E nONFHAN.Seal K WHALKY AND M B. RARBKH. lion S3 except NV4" and NVi of SvV >4 r
r enforce The farmers nre said to ( ) E I.. LK8L15Y purchasers of Tax Certificates Nos, 143. of said Section 33) all of Section 84
--- dated 3rd day July A. D. 1911 : No. (except, SE'4 of NKVi of said Section .
1 dislike the screens because they collect H...e. of Florida.tnamtr 198 and 199 dated 1st day of July \. 14). nil' of Section: 35. /(except NKW of '
I driftwood and trash-which of prevents On t this dav liefore me. (tlic under- I 327. dated 7th day of July A. IX NEW and SKV4" of N\VU of said I ESTATE
l the free flow of tho water very .Ien"'d" nut horit v. peronnllv appearedW. 1913. have nled said Certificates In my Section 36). REAr
Ft Mnklnson. H C Stanford. (" \. office and hay made application for Also. the following land In Township .............
often too, it is stated\ the fanners ("a r.on. A, E Oniies-an K L. Leolev. Tax 1 Deed to Isnue. In accordance to law 35. South. KM MR.1.1 K"*t 1. All of If have trouble
'to me well, known to 1>e the persons. Said Certificates embrace the following Section; 1" !(except NI '4 of :N\V'4; n.ml you INSURANCEExamination
t run ,upply their families: with a moss described In and who executed the described land. lOng and being WV4 of N\\ ':. ): '.

[ of fish by con ctinlr the trout which foregoingrtlcles, of Inrn'forall..n'. situate. In .......01.. County. State of Alao the following Intidn In Town- with your machinePHONE
and who *">\'erallv' nowleilifed that Florida, to-v.lt ship 3d South) Range 33 East! V.V" of of' Titles a
are found in the fic-ld.s./ they executed said. instrument' "* their ; Lota 21. 24. 103. fi. 11. 12 88. 43 antI Section! 1 1. all of Section, 2. all unsurveved -
free and l voluntary act for the use 1 121 I of Semlnole( Land and I,iyet mont and, ira<'tioniil I I part of S.-4-tlon I f>. 81LI
\ A number of deVicos for screeningthe and ..',rnoo. therein ,...nr.1., l lIV (Compan Subdivision of Section 10. all unfiur\eved, part Hunt of Rtver of

ditches are in use and while two ''''ITNFJ'I'I'HF.RFJIH'' I have : Town.hm 27 South Hango 31 East Section 6. nil of Section N Rant of Illver. Specialty.
hereuntot my bond and affix**"! nivofflclnl The said land lielng. HMseased. In the all of Sections J 11 to 14 Inclusive all :
or three hav'> been found to be fairly seal nt Kllmmee. Florida.' name of L H Carter L. Klmore. Mr of Section 17 Kant. of nlver all or R.lion. ....- I will do the work right in

I this 2Rh| day. of June, A r) 11lALHERTA N. to;. Lee and Unknown at the date of IB. 21.1 22 24 nil I fraet ioal section. CorresDondence Solicited. .'
(effective most of them ale safd to HOPSON issuance of nld certificate I 28. all fractional and unsurveved part and

I IK It is asserted that 28-Bt Notary Public Unles' said certificates shall be of section 27. all the unrurveveil part" your own garage my
unatisfactory. My commission expires. Dec 5, 1918. deemed according to the law. Tax ).ro"J of Set'lions 2". 33 34. East of River all charge is only ,
this subject ,presorts an ecellent opportunity : will IBB. in. thereon on the 24th day of fractional and unsu r. .'v-j part of '
N..II'I OK AI-I'I.ICA'1'10% FOil TAX; Julv .V I) 1916 Section 35, all fractlonnl. part of Sc Robert Co. ;
for inventors, since a successful ..eEl> i \i>icn "''I'IC'Tc.N n74 AMIflTK I WITNESS my hand and official seal tlon 36Also Reel .
"cr>?en will be sure to be wide- : : f.K\KIIAI. KTATITKD" OF 'I'II10 lat Klsalmmee. Florida this 23rd day I the following lands In Town.ahip .. 25 CENTS PER HOUR .
MTATK; t>V. KI.OHIHA. of June A. D 31. Soul h. Hanitre 32 Kant All ofSections
/9l.ft.nVF.HRTHJF.T.
ly used Under present conditions; (seal) \ 13 to 3d Inclusive .- House Bills a Specialty. All lotirfor hush
:NOTICK; ( is HEHKHV lIVEN THATA Clerk Circuit Court Onceola Countv. I Also the following lands In Township -
officials are slow to recommend that K VVHALKY; AND M H HXHUEH.purchasers 27-5t !State of Florida.NY1'II' 32. South. Rang 32 Kant All ...ifSections Window and Door Fr ., Window* '
of Tax Certificates Nos Ito I to 4 .Inclusive, nil orI.: ..... and Door Scr .
the trout be placed in streams where ARTHUR M. JONES u
and 141. tinted 3rd flay of July A l>. ; Tl tlITOH4. j lion, 5 East of River South Half ofSoutheast 'Phone
216 ResIdence
they ale apt to be led off into the 1911.; Nos 1 156. 187. 1X8: and 191. dated Quartof .Hectlon I K. all : Shop ; 2S7 '
1st day of July A. l it 1912. and No* IN IRE COI HT OK irrigation ditches. I 2KS. 2K9. 291. 292. 294. 295. 296 297 2US.2i' Jl .) :. STATE OK. T".H: ) I I I IIH 1."r.,114 of S\V '4). all of Section, Dp .

/ 1'. .11111 301) 3U2 3113. .105.' 300. :i'mi' ('KOI.A (1111' STY.Ia _. |12. North Half of Northwest Quarto --._-.
311 K, 3V9. 310 311. 312. 313 and 314. i ;> To :1Io Dlntrlbutpps : Section 13, all of Section 14. all of
iIirei din/
.11..11111111111111111.1.1 filed said Certificates,, In my office and and all Persons having Claims or Ue-i Section 1 15 ( except NK '4 and North DR J. A TROVILLOC: "
t*
have mnde npplicntlon. for Tax I Deed to said Rstnte I Half of Southeast. Quarter) all of H...'..
.. Issue In accordance to law. You.dn'd' : ri.t; of you ar<. hereby I I' lion 1(1( all of Sections 17 and in Rant. I When you buy.BREAD tf ,,
.
i. Lega i Said described is .d. lying anil. heliig and demands which you. or ,either .jf' 21 all of Sections 23 (except SE'i andS Cure them without cutting
' at.ltUH.te I Iri liac4). all Section 24 (exceptSE'4 them out. \
Advertisements Florida to-wit bridge IJbhy. d..a.ed.lal., .. of Osceola I and EH of NW-4" and S'V4" of NH I
!: : :i Lot 97. 112. 1. 12. 16. 31. II. 19. 28. County Florida to the undersigned Kxecutrlx |'of NW % and SV4 of NF. ,>, ). all ..f Section ORLANDOFLORIDA
30. 36. SK. 63. 54. 62. BS. 71. 74 77. 7S. 1 I of said estate within two years! 25 (exCept i SH of H\V 4 and :NW; % B-fmo
. ,111,1., " .111.1.1 it.. 83. K4. 9.1. !94. 90. IX. 111. I 113. from hereof of NW4). all Sections 26 and 2.?. I 't
and 128 of the Semliiole; ; I l.nnil and In- I Dated"lIraaie9t' ., A I>. 1916. I N\\' '0 of SK' >4, and W H.of. Nl( '< .if ,

MtlllK UK* l % -- -- St-c-lloM, t. TOHimlilp 27 South Flange 22-9t Kxecutrlr tion 29 East of the River that part of C. F. '
Not. ilr,. Is h.. .'Iy klven that we, tho 31 East I SW' '4 of Section 33. Rant of the River, TRHE
uiidvmlKni-d.. will on the-- The said land. being assessed In the NOTICK TO CltKDITOHS.' I all of Sections 34. SS and U. We make it. Every Grocer sells it SHEE7 WORKER ,

nth ...,. ot Au..... A. U. ...1"Appl name of C. H II u rk.... K M. Henjamlne. I I Also the following lands In Twaship ,
>' to the Honorahl* .'..rlt Trammrll. W H Fowler and Unknown. ut ,, IN COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE ) 33. South. Range 32 Rant: All of Motel Roof Put on nsf \
c.overnor of the Htato of Klorlda. the date of Issuance of said ..,.rlln""I,... STATE 0..' FI.OHIDA. I Section 1 (except F. '",' of NW\4), all ... K. BAKERY ?
fur Letterslatent authorizing u. to \Unless said certificates shall be redeemed O9CKOLA! COUNTY.IS I Section 2 (except NH, of NK14 and Fl'"'' o. Ca..t V
.of N'''' %, ). all of Section S ( N'.\'
.arr>' on business In the State of Klor according to law. Tax Deed I ecept '
Ida as a corporation under and by virus will Issue thereon on thu 14th day <.. re Esiste ef Dalssa |, % ), all of Section 4. Lots 1 to 7 Inclu. PHONE 14.IISSIME fLA- ,
( of the LAWS of the State of Florida July A. I IT 1916.WITNF.Mi4 To all Creditors, e.r.M.rlbu.. 'Islve of Section 9. all of Sections 9. 10 E. A. NIEMEYER,
under and by the name of the my hand and official, seal. tees and aril Persona having Claimsor and 11 North Half of Section 12. all Mitchell Street 4i.'
,
-oaCEOLA COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIA at Xls.immetFlorida.. this 23rd day of Demands. against said Estate. : of "Sections IS. 14. 15. Lots: 1. 5. I, 10. II. --- -- __
1 TION": the proposed charter. of the June A. 1>. 1.1.. Tou, and each of you, are hereby no of Section 1?. SEW of .NES(, and SEW -- --.,- s
; staid proposed corporation being. as (seal. ) J. L. OVER8TREET.! tided and required to present any of t onolON all I of Sections XI 21 and _. W. W. CARSON , '
follows: Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County, claims and demands which you or 11. BBU and Wtt oi NW %. t DR ,
W. B. MAKINBON'" i ST-tt State of Florida either. of you may have against the and 8W14 nf Section 14 all of Sections -. '
I H. C. STANFORD. estate of Dalma I Oraharn deceased, SS'lo 511 inclusive 8'"' of NEW. .BrV DENTIST I .' :
C. A. CARSON. WOTICK OP ADMINISTRATOR. late of Osceola County. Florida; to the and BM of 8WV4.. SEJV4 and Lots MacDONOUGH1Registered ,
ARTHUR K. IKJNEQAN.!: (F.. ....... I>a-la...... undersigned. administratrix of said estate 1. 1, I.7, S, of Section II. South Half ALAN J. Office over Pilley Bulldlnc. 't* .-
within of Section IS, all of Sections 11 14
K. Lw LESLEY. one year from tho date ,
I. r..... .1 C..ty .Jodge. State! of hereof.. ArchitectAND Offlee Hears: I-II. 1 -4 '
.: U.Alan
. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.We. Fiesta.. 01. C..tl' Dated May Undo A. D. 7 tJ.. the followlnir I tang In Town Office 'Phone 111 Residence 'n_. t.,. ', )
JACKIE!: ANN GRAHAM. ship IS. South native S'J East: AH of .Administered for Kxtraetle 4)
Uie urs undersigned of pur Notice If hereby given to all I whom River and all of Section I'.
post brcomlnir a body politic I Incorporated ,
under the laws of the Htste It may concern that on the 1st day ofDecember. OF ADMINISTRATOR! Also the following lands In Township BRONSON BLDG. KIS3IMMHB. PLA. -.-' . -.- .;
of Florida under the corporation A, D 11(1.( I shall apply to Fr KM1 Dlerherge) 24. South. Range 11 East: tty' of . I ,
of UWEOLA COUNTY FAIR name the Honorable. T. M. Murphy. Judge of HEl4 and that part of the WU, of Hec I' ,
ASHOCIAT1 said Court, as Judge of Probate for C.-; I tlon 1 East of the River all of Sec .: ,
( >N bv and with the C..rt ef J.. '
Articles .
proposed ; : Slate ef CEO. F.
of Incorporation! which .hereby my final discharge as Administratrixof ; II. ....rt... Oeeeela. Cfmmtr. ions 11, II and II East of the River. PARKEft 1" :
are the estate' of Charles Prevail. Sr., all of Section, 25. all of Section 16 Bastof .
adopted deceased and that h'= I, the. River. 00 'ORNEY-AT-LW
ARTICLE I. : at same time I I. re Kstate *f Skadrlek M. Ckaedler. I t .- :
will to said Court Also the following lands In
present my final accounts , Township -
The name octok"To'.P1r'tIl shall' .. administratrix of said estate. Notice Is hereby given, to all whom I 15. South, Range 11 'East : All Collection and '
}
\ It
; : M.
be H-EOLA: AHHOCI-. and ask for their ..pprovalOat..d of may October.o"l.n'J.hnl on IthhaW'.pdi': > J]I of Section 1 East of the: River TILLER CnYy. ,
ATION .and It. principal office and Also the
.
June 9th = : following land.. as shown
place jf business shall be In the City AJ'A.."P\\r\:.:: A'tT.' to the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge |by SouthernColonization' SpeclalU. .
of KlHHimmee. Osceola. County. State 26-lsmo6mo Admlnl.tr.trlx.NOTU'IC of said final Court. as Judge.. of Administratorof Probate formy plat of Township; : 36. South. .f.a't:: Real state Agency. Ill 1-1 Broadway
of Kl4 but said discharge : :
>rldJi. corporation East: according to the public
mav
have other place or places of business "- FOR PUBLICATION.OSTIre deceased the. estate and of Shsdrlck M. Ch.ndlerj I Osceola County, Florida : Lots Recordsof 1 to ...........-.-............-- -I
that at .
; the
In such place the 32 Inclusive
,
of Section 1. Lots I to 32
Board of Olrectors or'.arJ.p"al; will present t* said Court my final accounts of Realty bought and told
Inclusive Lots 1 ,
to Incl'ipfvc.
D..t. o' tb. I.t..lo. .. I -
U. I
S. L. as Administrator of
said estate, ; ru/v :
may by resolution determine uponarid ..... 11 to I / and 1 to 32
< House
.C lll >. FlerMs. and ask for their approval. rented. T. RIVERS. M. D.
Inclusive of Section 3. Lots I to 6 Inclusive M 1:
designateARTICLK Jmmr .
14. ISie.Aerial
Dated SrI D.
April A. 1916.
II.The and KV4 of Lot 7'e"l,
Taxes paid and Title verified
-- %v.v..
I
Keiieral nature of the business,.s Me. O11M21. -lamo6mo CHANDLER.AlmintstratoFORE'LOSI'HE ,-. Six feet). Lots 13. 16 to 24 Inclusive. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
to be transacted by said. corporationHhull I Lots 27. 28. 29 and 30 of Section, 5. for non-reidents. Office '
: I Lots 1 to 4 Inclusive, and lots 15 18, over Osceola Pharmacy I
be the conducting of expositions Notice Is hereby given that Charles .
fairs. i-xhitItiori." and carnivals for theunruiirAvemerit Jester of Orange Center.. Florida whoon SAI.K.Notice 19. and 2O. and Lots 21 to 26 Inclusive Fire. Life and Accident In I. Phone Residence (1
,
Is hereby given that under and 31 and 32. of Section 6. East, .
and promotion of aKrlrulturt May 29. 1913. made Hemestead Office Ut.O. .
: : :-. live slock poultry, horticulture try No. 011H21. for NW>4 of \%' and hv.. virtue of n final decree of fore- I !Half of hot 2, and Lots 3 to 9 surance.
"
science. .art .and manufacturing Section 21. Township 24 South. .. 'In-j closure Issued' out of and under theii I ..1"nd Lots 11, 13. 15 1 R. IS, tn..lu-I Indemnity Bond
for the encouragement I of trade 2K Kast Tallahannee Meridian. lia Beal of the Circuit I Court of the Se'i' and, ,I North Half of Lot 22. and
Ii:n.j, |t' 1 tin ml I Kratlon.: atul for the education ,notice of 1 Intention to make threeyearproof. enth Judicial Circuit of the State of :Lots 23 to 82 Inclusive of Section 7" I F. KlUBBS W. J. STEslO ,
of the people as to the r.ourc.sari.I to establish claim to the land Florida. In and for O"ceola County In 1 1Chancery Lots 1 to 5 Inclusive, and Lots 13 to 00000000000000000000.000.oo I '.
poHsrollltles of. Florida and, to abote described before Clerk of Hitting. In a certain cause 20' IncluxUe. Lots 25. 311, and 32. of I ,
OM II ..I..HI"| less.. or conduct all man7 Court, at KIsHlmmee.; Florida Circuit therein pending herein Jane H A. I IMcDermllt SectIon K. Lots I to K InclunUe, and t KRIBBS &STEED
I'ro, f \places. amid. means of amusement the loth day of Augunt. 1916. on 1 is complainant: : and Oscar 1 to 1 16 Ind"."'''. and N'/,r or Section 1R ,
Sjttd. corporation. shall. have Claimant names a* vtltnesnes: hits antI Henry 1'iiitlri, are defendants, i ithe f; Vrli.2t';: Inclusive, and South: i I oo .o'o 0 0 0 0.0000.0 ATTOIINKY8 AT LAW
i.owr build i lease or' rent hulldIngf .1. J. Keen of Orange Center Florida undersigned -is Special Master In all Lots 2< lo 32 In- '
"'I,; other structuies, of whatsoever Chancerv. will sell at public outer) 'ihlHlxe. of Sectllon 9. Lot 24 .r Seotlon I Legal business of all
kind to out the Theron Keen of during {toe legal hours of ale. beforethe I 10. 1-ots 1 to 32 Inclusive of Hectlon i klattt ((Tea
necessary carry :
Orange
Center. : : I
..h.I" nnd purposes' of the corporation Florida Court House dour., In the City of I 11. Iot, 1. 2. .1. prompt attention.
$alI corporation shall have the Ernest Keen, of Orange KlHSlmmec.. In sail. ( mceola countv. on I 5. 6. 9. 10 and 12 to in Inclusive, Lots C.W.GRIFFIN
power to borrow money and Issue Inpavment Florida. CentiT. :Monday, the Seventh' lav of August I 17. I IS. 21. 22. 24. 26. 2+3. W 4 of 27 and Offices 11 and l1StaeBank Bid*. i
A. D 1 191S the following I 28 In 32 Inclusive, or Section I (
therefor Its negotiable In- ,V. If. Bron.on. of Orange Center, de.erii'dstock 17. Lois Klsilmmee. Florida. ,
,
otruments. and to mortgage all or any Florida. of cattle, now ranging In the :1 to R iclusiv.anti 11. 12. 14, IS.Id. . -.
property real or personal that It may ROBERT W. DAVIS. Counties of Hrevard. Osceola and I'll.I' :I 17. 1f 5>. 20., 22 to 2F Inclusive, and Staple and Fancy.GROCERIES :
own to secure the same or any part SSt Register.NOTICK Lucle. marked and branded as follows !28 to 32 Inclusive, of Section I ID. Loin
thereof It shall have power, to : !I to 8 Inclusive and 9 to U(t Inclusive, ,.
A stock ot cattle marked Lot 14)). and Lots 17 32 Inclusive Pat Johnston O. t
to
l>uy. own lease, sell FOR PUBLICATION.Drparlst -crop In I and, dispose; hgdj.: .. and ;..or'na.\\r; one .ear crop under half crop In other, < of Section 19 Lots 1 tn 32 In- :
.erty and stocks bonds of other branded JHA elusive of Section 20, Lots I to 32 of JOHNSTON GARRETT
or f tke latrrler. I. 1', LUSTIee .... I ,
A stock of cattle 'Section 21 Lots 20 of Section
25.
mark..d--.h.rp Lots
split "
.
corporations and may discount securities "' (J.l.e vllle. Flerlda.
conduct such factoriesand In one ear. underslope upper bit In 24 and ">25 of Section 26. Lots 1 to 32 :
and Jsisie IT. ISIS,
may such other: branded Al>. inclusive of Section 17 Lots 1 to 32 Inclusive ATORNEY.AT-LW ,
warehouses and operate supply A stock of cattle of Section 2*, Lots 1 to 32 Inelusive Free DeliVery to all Parts t
depots as may be necessary. to con- Serial. Number OlOTOZ. m.rk..d-Crop th"l Offices 10, and 12 Cltii .
duct the businesses to be carried. on one ear, under slope upper bit In ; of Section !'. Lots I to S2 Inclusive 1 B
branded DHH of Section II. Lots 1 to 32 Inclusive of the City Building
I.
bv said. that It establish Notice Is
corporation : may hereby given that Allen C. ,
A of-
stock ,tI. of Section II '
c. marked-crop staple
and arrant privileges ( of Lokoee Klsslmmee.
or ,
own operate s.nnon. Florida. who
on r
'
fork In
In, Also the following lands
tq others to own and operatestores May 24. 1112. made. Homestead one. ear underslope accordingto
JOntry other branded th"l t
Clrcl.V.. I the Southern Colonisation
booths. mercantile. establishments No. 010701, for N\V4 of NE4.\ Section Terms; of sale cash. In Township 14. South. Range Company 13. +,,. oG.ii eo-cs..ss.+. .
i plat
,
of any kind or character either upon 28. Township 31 South Range 14 East. Dated July 5th. A. D. 1916 at KIs1 1!East, according to Public Records, offlsceola ,
properties held by It. as Tallahassee Meridian ha. filed .
any noticeof
.Imn ..... Florida
i|I''< Countv. Florida: All of Lots I II 4
lissee It establish Intention to make
-
owner or ; may Three-year I'roo? JOHN S. CADEt i 1 I to 32 Inclusive of Section 1. all of
hotels.. clubhouses
maintain and conduct establish claim to the. J. W.
to land THOMPSON
abovedescribed. I
Special Master In Chsncrry. I II]Lots 1 32 Inclusive of Section ,
houses It buy. .. before Clerk of 1':01: l
or may
or eating Circuit
Massey Warlow. I 11 Lots I inclusive Lot ft and Lots .5
*. sell or deal. In privileges to conduct Court. at Klsslmmee, Florida on the Solicitors for Complainant. ''to 111 Lots -
: 29-51 Inclusive and 20 to 25 Inclusive
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
same upon any grounds held by saidcorporation 3rd day of August. 1916 f
East Half of Lot 1. and Lots F
t and may offer pay and (Claimant names a* witnesses'Robert CflBSOU FDCJOEB .,1
31 snd 12 of Section I, Lots to 9 Inclusive I ,

"i( award prises diplomas and certificates K Willis of Ixikosee. Florida.Ueorge SHERIFF'S SALE. ; and 15 to 18 Inclu. and and .
re. t
' fr of merit to those excelling In merit! or W. Fertlc. of Loko.ee, Flor- I' lots r 20. and 21 and Lot 3J. ..Sectlort'\ "

worth making exhibits at any held fairs ida.John Under and by virtue of an execution J I I. Is I and I to 24 Inclusive, and Lots i EMBALMEB
J.: exposition or exhibition given or n Owens of Lokosee. Florida. i Issued out of and under the seal of the ''5. 2A. 2V SO Section 5. Lots 1 to 8 Inelusive -, LCENSED
by this corporation ; and the said corporation Jerry M Dlxon. of Lokosee Florida. Circuit Court. 7th Judicial 9
Circuit. Ow- !I. and to 12 Inclusive and 17 to
shall have full and completepower ROBERT W. DAVIS ceola Florida Store and Chapel, iwart Are.Klsalmnee. .
that County wherein ..1. A. I II Inclusive (except WH of Lot 17) of l .
to do any and all thlnics 17-lit Register.NOTICH Hewlns Is
J,1.lntill', and Southern Colonisation Section 6. Lot. I to II Inclusive of
r may be necessary or germane for car1ving a corporation. Is I Section T. Lots 1, I. I. .. 9. 10, 14. IS. 16. : n I
on Its business as aforesaid ; and OK ADMINISTRATORFOR I. as STier'defendant of Osceola :and S i of Lot 17. Lots 20 Inclusive Insurant that Insures;
the said corporation shall also have alloth.r of FINAL DISCHARGE t county Florida. have levied upon and and Lot II of ;'ttontoll.lt:. ;

powers authorised by the State "'Ill. asll In front of the Oswota Coun I[r..1.-2, 4 and E% of Lot 5. all of Lots
,
,, .. Florida and usually granted to corper- in roiiitr or THK COUNTY (1DGJI' :, ty ,Cobrt House door at KJ *''Dtm..e. <4 atlons under the Btate laws and .the.ndprl"lIe..e. STATIC OP FI.OHinA. OSCB9LA. PisOsceola( county during le..I'I 22, is:' 21, *6. 17. WVt of Lot II. BVs of Protection thai Protects
enumeration of specific rights COUMTT. hours of sale., on the 19. end all Of 10. Section, .. _ CRAWFORD JARRELL '
'i herein contained shall notdeemed !. ..) _.t. mt Ke.J.U. I'Cs.o.. '- .. Ag..f. 1.15. I
be to b. exclusIvS.lRTICL. Notice Is hereby given to all whom i[It being :,,: Tth-la' of he month. .Hie to: Also Southern the following Colonisation lifnds. a-cnrdlng C'mpa.y .A1RNEYtAT.L
; In. It concern, that on the iota dar of
may ronowlns desCrIb.dTeaf.
.} -""' ...-... capital- stock of said .corpora I September. A. D. UUI shall apply te [yfnr and beingIn Oeoeols estate County.situate plat I st of according Towns.lp to.4 Pui.llc, mth.Rf.isre PecoMs of IIFi OC 4 S. 6. ad ..t I
|1 ,CO .00) the Honorable T. M. Murphy. judge of I Florida, to-wftj-
d tion shall be T.n Thou.and ( ()aceO%& Ct'Jnty. Florida. Lots I 01) tl Bulldlnjr '
'4, Dollars, which shall be divided Into said Court, as .Jude of Probate for my' In Township TMrtr-one., South Inclusive of Section I, Lot I to In ,.
P.' One Thousand shares of the par :.valme I It final discharge as Administrator e.f the Ran Thirty-three Eaat clusive. B-ctlon t. Lot. I to II jlo- t'L
of Ten ( 14I.CI8) Dollar each the same estate of Roslells Pearson deceased; All of Section.* If. It. If 'fereept the alve of Section S, Lots 1 to It litolmlwof 1.Fr t,
\ to be paid for In lawful money; ol the and that at the earns time I will present i e:H of 1 WWH of amloT B.ctlon' If). IT. PeeUon 4. Lots 1 In IS Inclusive of DA AVU
United States or In propartr. labor or' te said Court my flnaJ accounts 9a. South Half of 8'ectJ.all. of S c- Section Lots 1 to II Inclusive ef 8ect'tn -I
';; services at fc Just valuation to be Xlxed I Ir Administrator of said ..ta...- and Ions: SS and SS.' -. .\- : I, Lots 1 to II Iniluslve. of Bc- KIM FLORIDA l "i
by the Directors of the corporation at I II' uk for th.lr aproyal.Dated *. Also the following land' i In Town-. t loi. T, Lots 1 to It Inclusive of Sectlen LEWIS OfRTANATTORNBTATLAW ;
m..ttng catted for that "'"".. March $tit. A. D. ..1'' ('hip SS Bouth. Ranire SS East All of I I, Lots I to IS Inclusive of Section .. '
-, ARTICLE IV. *. "' *"X XS&nM: Sections'! I. ST. 4. 5. (e" .f Lots: to SS Inclusive of Section 10.

.tt \ Ths Blld " halt exist per- ll.oa .mo. said Section i>. .. T, i. ,:-ttst'-' '. .Lots: 'I to !. lnolulY. .,or (B4Mftlon IS, &B, ,

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Intelligent Management Warning to Farmers, of Atlantic States ';

'. $$41.65 New York and Return
'' OUTBREAK OF THE TRUE ARMY WORM MAY BE IMPEND

; Of Public Industry I FARMERS SHOULD BE PREPARED.

'.1 $$41.65 Philadelphia and Return

: THOUSANDS or DOLLARS SAVED ANNUALLY; BY THE ISTnODlTTJO Washington! D. C.-An unusual lead, two pounds; low grade molasses,
abundance of .the moth of the True three to four quarts. .
OF MODERN METHODS I IN THE POST- Army Worm in Maryland] Virginiaand I The bran and poison should be thoroughly $$50.15 CHICAGO and Returni

OFFICE DEPARTMENT.p : the District of Columbia indicates mixed while dry and the molasses -

. 1 | afterwards added, kneading
affair clous has been the out-break I [ and stirring the mass until it is easily i
The interest of people in public expense labeling of
0 Atlantic States: The moths the entomologists { broken into small bits. The addition $$39.65 Cincinnati and Return ;
tf is considerably heightened when the immense quantity| of mail bags inuse. I
\ ( of th: U. S. Departmentof of six finely chopped lemons has bean
of the The form of label uied in the "
ti'; they learn that the revenues s
Agriculture report, were laying! found to add value to the bait in some
.: government ore wisely and judiciously :past and still used! by olreks ell over their eggs! during the first weekif) I cases. The poisoned bait should be Tickets On Sale Daily WitHTFinal Limit Oct. 31st.

;'( managed. A statement of economIcal -I the country is the doubling. and refolding July and as it takes from three to "I scattered broadcast. where the worms THROUGH SLEEPERS DINING CARS

expenditure which is susceptible I of what is known as a "fac-_ four weeks for the caterpillars to mature (are at work or in their path or among

I 1 of proof will always attract att.'n. inf* shp.,; The preparation of these |" \ their presence: should begin to hem while they are on the march. VIA ,

labels l hy> the: thousands has been and oc quite apparent about the last weekin Ditching.When '
; tion and please the thoughtful 'reader.Among Ii.... an expensive' proposition yet there July to the first week of August. I Atlantic Coast Line
; the varied industrial enUr- I i the army woims; are moving
appears to have been no effort on the Farmers'should be on the alert to
,;1 prises of the PostofTico )Department (together in a mass they may be halted -
of !Jiscover i this in its Standard Railroad of the South '
,-' part previous administrations to I pest younger ,
out
in Washington is an establishment devoted I and destroyed by plowing or I
from the old methods. Under I tng.-s, before it has reached a large
progress -
entirely to the manufacture uf digging a narrow! ditch with steep FOR TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS CALL ON
direction s'ze' and has committed irreparableiduniage J
( a perforated label Thelvornls
-
.i mail locks und the Imfr attachment p.en sides! directly in their path. W. C GILBERT. T. A J. G. KIRKLAND! D. P. A
] in sheets und runs has been de-I to growing crops, especially this ditch i Kitsimmee. Fla. Fla.ry. .
,':. used in mail transportation. \Vu) fall into in large t Tampa

'. this administration came into power, :sil"llt'dhil'h vhcn furnished is practically! ready for I; Hi asses and grains Spray. numbers and 1 may then be crushed ':, : .{ 44G4Gi-044.>->+--.x-. : 0<44640v .
: the Department sorely needed an im- use to employees. readily by dragging a lop or chunk of ,
1 dark in the and i When the worm is discovered I -
Every postal
army
country
!; proved type of mail lock. The shop I wood buck and forth through the I
'thousands, of post office employees at work the infested spots should 44454. . -:-: 4444540x
ri I was immediately] reorganized, placed ditch. I
will find this method of be sprayed immediately a solution -
'' new advantage
great
-
,, on a business basis, and its activities I' Have Arsenate or Paris Green at I II
and it will result in a large of powdered arsenate of lead, two
enlarged so as to meet this imperative Hand. i x FOR SALE OR TRADEAttractive
I economy in the service. I. pounds to fifty gallons of water. If
short I
demand. Within
y'I .a
very All farmers should keep on hand a I
) There have also been some other paris green be used the spray should
time a new and greatly improved lock I
be follows Paris | few pounds of one of the standard insecticides -
notable improvements made, viz., the composed as : green
had been devised and its production substitution of steel where brass was one pound; freshly slaked lime, him such as arsenate or lead or I Modern, Dr. Carton' Residence,

tl begun. used pounds water, 50 gallons. The limeis I paris green because of the fact that .
formerly at a very considerable ; Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street. .
The lock in use weighed 5 4 ounces-
; of few hours,
i.t lessening of expense; a device for necessary as a preventive: of burning the delay a usually necessary 4
1' the new one weighs 2 4-5 ounces. As
) fastening foreign mail pouches, do- by the paris green which is quite in order to procure insecticidesin
i-: 480,000 of this new product have been ing cway with the old fashioned )(i:caustic when used on tender plants an emergency, enables the army r.

put into service, the difference in method of string and seal; a schemefor such as corn. worm to do irreparable damage to I Will ell on Term if desired. This is an
Weight (tae government paying as 'I
t Poisoned Bran Bait. crops. The insecticides mentioned
? saving twine by means, of a simple i;|
much for the weight of equipment as .abov will not spoil if kept in a dry s exceptionalopportunity..
holder which permits free and easy I I When spraying is impracticable the i
it does for the mail itself) be eas-
can containers. Far-
covered
condition in
use without waste, and a flexible poisoned bran bait is recommended.I
|i
ily calculated. The locks leplaced by stamp design, for which the contract : is made as follows: Wheat bran, mers' Bulletin No. 731 contains a full /
this new and better sty'e cost 211 50 pounds paris one pound or account of the army worm and may Address
& price was 34 cents, but which will now I ; green Quick r'
cent each to make; those now being be secured free of charge applintion -
' 'be made at a coat of but eight cents. white arsenic or powdered arsenate of upon /
manufactured cost 8V4 cents, direct I to the Secretary of Agriculture. -
|A mechanical pickup or facing table '
; and indirect'charges considered, the 1 I I CHAS.I Pu, DOW Orlando Florida "
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4
for use in facing and stacking letters extent. There was room for greet ,
laving thus shown on original cost of I
y in first class postofficcs has also been j improvement and there has been '
production! to date to
V amounting $53- developed and will soon be perfected: much accomplished. It is but com- *........ .............*........*....0. ............. .
780. Of the old style 86,000 were ( I RUBMYTISMWill
I S."
mies to the people of the country, but mon justice to award due credit in -
annually"returned for repair,at a cost
will also prove a great convenience to-'these administrative reforms to the cure'your Rheumatism
.
those in the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Neuralgia Headaches, Cramps, _
tyle,out i of. the great number sent seryice.. .Durinetho. past ( Eugene C. Bryan, Prcs. A.. H. Bryan. Vice pr... J. 1. Barber, Sec'y.1rue.' .- .
,,
i into the service, but 906 have been three years two objects> have bean in whose Bureau these measuresof Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and ,
kept constantly in view, viz., savingthe 'economy were developed and who Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects: ,
returned and these
as new style "
public money wherever possible has so faithfully devoted his time to Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used internally I t
locks can be repaired: at -a cost of 3 ."
a-id Rer'ingtoo people to the fullest that purpose. and externally. Price 25c.
y cents each, the annual saving on this I
.
', Item will amount to over $2,100. i ---- ---------- -- i iI iI

The Department has in this administration iI I
r encouraged its employees 10 I t'

' f give their best service to the Government '. /t; I I II I Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
and Instance have
many recently .
w come to notico wherein the department I !'o on Broadway, Kissimmee, ;"

'p has greatly profited l hy this JrI ? :, 'I' a'o o I P. A. puts new joy Opposite Graystone Hotel 0

wise public policy. In the ]lock shop I, A "I, :
,,;c a recent achievement in this direc- ,{TOBACCO is PREPAREDFORSMOKERSUNDERTHE I into the sport of --l .

tion is an improved cord fastener, I .

the work of three of its employ) je..7 4 ( PROCESS DISCOVERED'IN'MAKING smoking d

1 for use on bags; also one designedfor EXPERIMENTS TO 1, I Orange Groves, Timber I and. We Pay Taxes for Non-reii-

locking large quantities of parcel ?PRODUCE ,,THEMOSTDELI ,, |, may live to Cattle Ranches, Country and idenls. and Act as Owner's "f 1.
''r post matter, which has heretofore l( 4; HTFUL'ANDWHOlLEK' 1 YOU and been without this protection. It" ( ?i never
9& can ,/ IIj SOME TOBACCO FOR CIGETTEANDPIPESMOKERS.I- J
5&N bs made a.t, a very low price, requiring I IVPROCESS feelold enough to

leas material and a fewer number I _
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/ it's
,. vote but cer- -- -- --- ---- -- ---- -------- ------ ---- ,
PATENTED ,
,ksA// of operations. The significant (
part of this lies in thereat number I > Vrr 'iiT ill I l l'J LY30TMI907,i; tain-sure you'll not I C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.

required in the service, between throe' I LREYNOLDSTOBACCOCOMPANY know the joy and

end four millions, the output being i I 1lll, WDtS1ONSuM.N.C.U.S.A.
j, contentment of a The Waters & Carson
feOO.OOO annually. As the cost has
'I DOES NOT BITE THE,IDNGUE
been reduced by the new method from i a 1 I'nl' u 11 I 'HEi I l friendly' old jimmy '

414 to 3 cents each, it will be seen u n pipe ora hand rolled

..R what a splendid showing this makes I unless on.talking-terms Grocery Company ::
i ; for administrative economy. i I cigarette you get i
Another valuable improvement has I with Prince Albert tobacco 1 ,

t, been the perfect locking cord fastener I I
: designed for use on tie sacks) something I P.A. comes to you with a real reason for all the Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES .. ',(

% which the Department' years \ goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by I -

has needed and vainly endeavored to I j' \ a patented process that removes bite and parch I fl

;; accomplish. This device will be of' You can smoke it long and hard without a come- I '

.iwr great value to the postal service at j I back! Prince Albert has always.been sold without I ,
| -- ,
large by increasing the capacity and
* efficiency of mail bags to a degree j coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! : 4004000040404044O 040040000000000 1
4 4 ,
! *?.' difficult _to estimate. The modern Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette I WE SELL: 4 WE BUY: .

$ system of business methods and they enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and 0 '.' v.
4 0 .
of HAY
employees
;'} to proper take an encouragement active and earnest interest coolness is as good as that sounds. P.A. just 4 HIDES .

the universal demand for tobacco 0 GRAIN 4 0 '.
' ', in their work, both of which desirable answers 4 4 FURS :'
v features this administration of without bite, parch or kick-back! FERTILIZERS 0 .
$ l the department has favored and put 4 WOOL ..
Into practice, is responsible for the . Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder O SHINGLES 4 4 0 ._* .
many improvements made and the advantages a 'ry's'." ...... ..' '"N4- than to walk into the nearest place that sells 4 + 4 AND 4'5."'

-' ,, gained. ........-a4'0., *-" .-:: tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay ** ORANGE BOXES 0* 0-4 ALL .0

u# ,Active experiments are constantly 1.L.-.107: out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer- ORANGE WRAPS, 4 ,W'", I
the betterment of the .. .. 4 4 4 COUNTRY .
'' belay Jnrnd.Apr :'r... ,.,. .. fullest investment you ever made 1 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 : '
.anrie..,vlf<>r pnany year a. tremen- ;
0O '4 PRODUcE jT
Tklt device is considered superior to _, r A
the CRATE NAILS 4 0 t
thoM nowlri use and coats less than 0 ..}.'
I (
;one-third'( ..* much''' 'to manufacture. 1 0000000000000000 000 00000 . 000 . '

)'I10..T rat'present in use cost appro-. PI" LBERT
'. hnatelp..1,600.: ...- i'ilt- We tell field and garden teed of all kind ::1

It'atlt tbu.i be ....eeIt the actlv.lUts' t Wi give special: atteiitiop to fitting out, hunting and camping parties. ," ;' 'oatorta\ Department l' Free delivery in city limit 'Phone No. 12. l'i" ,
ttne
!4i"r' y been of 'centered. Along line which RA It y.olde ; ; .Lr R.,JL lUr:oUt TMMO! C* W. are county agent for good fertilizer Ask us for circular' and prionq'' 'ton i .

,w. ' t only prodac;::large econoT fertilizer I\) :' ,,r..ar' !
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