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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 28, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00761
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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.And OSCEOLA ,JOURNAL I Cewelidated. January 11, 1915.
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t':6" CALL MEETING MOVEMENT' TO MAKE .'.-

WINTER RESIDENT SENDS GET RAILROAD : ..


: DISCUSS. : PRAISE TO THE GAZETTE KISSIMMEE CAPITAL .

:t4 TO I TO MOVE IS ,

Kaaxvifle, Ten-., JaI, 20, 1916.

To HMUBM Valley Gazette KJMUUHM, Fla.- OF STA TE SPREADSLEE

't BERRIES Enclosed you will find check for $1.50 subscription for one yew I BASSPLAN

of tile Gazette to me. I cam say that I appreciate ill appearance to -

my office nor than any other paper for the reason that each issue \ Montgomery Advertiser
----- GROVES WILL Says
I '. b brim fall .of interesting newt to me and I I admire the progressive I -

,$ S. T. Fans1erand Others Would spirit it contains. ,; Councilman Says Tracks Ought FINE'CROP Alabama Is Willing To -

Kissimmeo cannot fail to crow and become one of the leading HAVE

'G Like To See Big Acreage cities of Florida by tending forth such a live local newspaper, showingits I To Be Away From Make Trade

excellent location, fine water and many other advantageous thingsto r u .
Thut the two Lee will
groves -
!: Here both resident and tourist aol'roUea at other town or places in Lake Front duce fine prop
: I a crop during: the coming
Florida. )i season is the prediction; of John M. WOULD BUY WESTERN COUNTIES'Declare ; '

Yes, bulkhead the lake-keep pressing it until done-for it will Lee. He to
iuiKllEAD expects pick from the -
HANDSOME
TELLS( Of PROfIT r;
t add not only convenience and beauty but healthfulness to the town. I MN[ BUILD THERE groves at Finney Point and Southport That Alabama .b Ready to f

Hope to be able to return to my home in Kissimmee this year no less than 18,000 boxes, 8000 Talk BuaneM if the Price T*

Skewing Made By Mr. Fansler Should not later than November 1st Respectfully, I Declares that If Atlantic Coast Line from Southport grove add 10,000 from Right with Only Mobil Opposed o s yM1,l

yo Induce Other to JAwr Field aad GEORGE W. FOX. Could Be Induced to Change the Finney Point grove. to Rival Port of

f v Make Kusintmee a Market Route Through City Building On Monday Mr. Lee in company Pensacola.

for Growing and Selling of Boulevard WouldBe with E. D. Whaley, went to the Southport -

Strawberries.Strawberries Easy. grove and budded fifty lime buds, Kissimmee is in the limelight of 4r
I
- BOARD OF TRADE WILL mostly on sour orange stock. They' publicity again. This time not only

I can add $100,000 or Councilman Howell Bass! wants also made an inspection of he grove' the press of Florda, but that of Alabama T

more to the business channels of Kis- MEET A T TONIGHT r Kissimmc. lake front improved, but and found it in extrarodinary good I as well is having something to ;t

'' simmee each year if enough growers 7:30 ho does not believe that it can be rendition. Mr. Lee says that the appearance say about this. city.It .

1;' will enter thia profitable field of en- properly improvrd until the tracks of of he grove and the pros- all. came about through the move- }

t." dea-vor. That is the statement of S. the Atlantic Coast Line railroad are oects now are better than at the same I ment' to tradethe six westernmost'

f,' T. Fansler, one of the 'properous There- will be an important meetingof and the holding of the first County 'I moved time in any other season. The fruit counties of Florida to Alabama instead 1-

b; growers of this section, who would the Board of Trade at the city I[Fair during the coming winter sea The railroad tracks now skirt the is solid, clean and large in quantityand of dividing the state. The campaign ig]

tit like to see the fields all around Kis council hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock son. lake front in the business center of the new growth of trees is i also for state division has been
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f: simmee planted in this luscious crop and every- member and business man : President, Stanford announces that t the city and Councilman Bass be- heavy. waged for a number of years and i Ie

next season. in the city is urged to be present. I important action will be taken and I |lievcs that they should be moved td. -- more than ever a live topic at pre- r

f" Mr. Fansler and Clark Howell, another Several important topics will be that e'lerl member should>> be presentto the west side of the city. I ODD FELLOWS TO HOLD antThe Valley Gazette taking up 4

..: prominent grower, have demon- discussed at the meeting including I voice his opinion on the question I He would have the City: buy the the suggestion of the Raiford Tribune -

:#' KliaU-d what can be done from a financial the( matter- of advertising Kinnimm.-e which will be decided. right i of way now used by the railroad has advocated the plan of trad-

.t'' .. standpoint in the berry business, I and create upon it another wide park- DISTRICT MEET HERE ing or selling the western counties to the

". but they would like to see others way such as Broadway throug'i the .\labama, leaving'peninsula... Florida
Prof. Evans Is Plea
tom'' sharing in the profits and believe Help entire city. He dons not kn(!'!\ ex- A district meeting of the Odd Fellows 's the state of .that name and making -
that if sufficient be actly how this could be done but he Kissimmee almost the
:;: a acreage can lodge will be held in Kissimmeeon < { exact caner -
during the coming season, liars the suggestion and declares of that territory th-o
i planted For Practical School WorkBy the night of August 18th, the local capital.
Kissimmee may become one of the th'it there is some way to solve the The Montgomery Advertiser com-
I lodge actingas host to the lodges <:f
strawberry markets of the state. problem. Basing his statement on menting on the plan
I;; '1 I Seminole, Lake, Orange and Osceolu. says:
k In order that the matter be the old adage '"where there's will "Let's ask Alabama
t' may MRS. CELESTE J. FRII'P. a | counties. A number of the state officers what she will : o

'-., taken up and considered from 'every : Surely every parent in our community .- expected development. It touches so there's a way" he is freely discussing I of the: lodge are expected to attend give for our six western counties, but ,

,_ ) angle Mr. )Fansler, who i is president ''I read with interest and hearty'ap- 1 many lines and home economics bring'r i!the project. and there will also be a large 'let us keep peninsular Florida intact" r ,

--- of the Kissimmee Produce Growers, proval Mr. Evans' message as to his benefits to the woman in every wai[ I "We need to do something," !said attendance of members of the lodgesin says the Kissimmee (Fla.) Gazette; 1'

K'.;'' -. has called, a .meeting: of all growers hopes aitl ideals for our public school. of life whether she is the real "boss" | Mr. Bats: "to l-ut Kissiminx on the Eustis, Sanford Orlando and other ;In a rather enthusiastic discussion of

:: to be held at the city council chamber The letter covered many phases: of'the in the home with no maid, or whethershe map again. We need ome work start- points. the old question of annexation by Alabama .

1., Saturday August 5, one week work desired. I shall Jed i' to enliven matters anJ we need the of that part of West Florida r
probably sug- manages a dozen servants, she I Al the meeting of the lodge lastFriday
f, y from tomorrow. Mr. Fansler asks I improvem nlfL The lake front will west of the Chattahoochoe river.
different butI -
not if she
gest nothing beyond or can manage docs not know night District Deputy P. P.
t that all who grew strawberries during do desire to give my appreciation, how. Knowledge minimizes the I never be satisfactorily fixed 4ip untif Wicoff" und F. )ii. Helms, grand treasurer This question is seventy-flvo year v

,f'' the past season, all who are interested also to express the endorsement of drudgery of housework. The woman we get the railroad tracks .somewhere I. = both of Orlando, were presentat old, and Alabama in the role of Bar 4

in the subject; business men ',several of our thinking women who who boastfully enumerates the hours I else."I the meeting of the local lodge. kin has always been "willinV but in

and all those who expect to plant are leaders in good endeavors in this spent on the household tasks, bragging believe that some plan can be spito of several revival of the question -

'ff strawberries in the coming season attend town. of her endurance, would better devised whereby the Atlantic Coast STATE TAX the negotiations never got very

' this meeting. As evidence of oneness of thoughtit apply more mental energy. The one Line can be induced to run Its tracks MILLAGE 'ar. It will be observed that the reopening

., . It is hoped to get pledge for may be interesting to know that who is a slave to her housework lets through the western part of the city of the question come now

enough acreage to guarantee a' crop Mr. Naugle on being asked last weekto nothing interfere but the'' one who hereby saving some trackage for itself TO BE SIX AND HALF From Florida, and not from Alabama

.:, ".l 1. which will attract the buyers here give some space on Domestic masters it can afford to be lenient. ) and givingthe city free accessto -It come from Central Florida "

.t! and make this a "platform market"'r' ,Science, its needs in our school replied Unfinished work is much less important t1:-, lake front. If the present right; heretofore opposed to annexation,
+ where berries can be sold on shipping; "I have just received an article than pleasure which of way of the railroad could be purchased County Tax Assessor )V. I. Barber and not front West Florid*, -where,
we giveto
'd t days, F. O. B., Kissimmee (,I Iv I.on that subject/ from Prof., Evans, other In'sanitation, truly may all im from the railroad by the city has receive the figure for he state: v* have been told, the sentiment wa ...

r 1"Iii11. In order to show what can.be done j i irith Dr. Wiley the noted food specialist, portant, not more scrubbing is necessary and then used in building another tax millage from the office of the strong for annexation to Alabama.

A.;.. r" a strawberry crop from a financial ]' tells the story that when a young but simpler furnishing and, better broad parkway such as Broadway State Comptroller.' The' millage for Alabamian generally' ar* favorable -
standpoint .Mr. Fancier told a i through the entire city' wewould' state tax.s' this year will be 6 1.2 to the plan with perhaps the ,
possible
i; : !man, one day he saw a woman feeding taste In selection. milldivided ,
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Valley Gazette representative of his her old fish and have a splendid start towards gettingthe as follow: General revenue ( exception of Mobll"Alabama, f
.. one year baby
success during the season just closed. pickles. He said, "Heaven's sake wo- Domestic Science or Home Economics lake front fixed up as it should be. 2 mill; State School Fund, 1 a* a whole.;I is, ready' to talk businels, '

Clark Howell also had pronounced i don't know should not helps us to formulate definite e Then!! we could go ahead with the mill; Board of Health, 1-2 mill; pensions ;If the price I I. suitable. We must 4
amen, you you
$ ..' success with his acreage of less than give such food tfl child ?" She standards. These subjects are notnew bulkhead plans and the property re- S mills. This i* one-half mill recognize, at first, certain definite oh"i
your but they need renewed\
two acres and facts and figures about "Look don't frequent claimed would be worth many times higher than last year. stacks, which most be overcome before .
i i replied, here, man, ?
young
The of
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secured extravagance ignorance l is what it It would The county tax millage has not Alabama 1
his crop will be for net tell how children cost. bringnew extend Its growth ' *
;L week's paper. |I1 I have buried me to bring" up everywhere exemplified in poorly balanced people into the city find' our lake been fixed the county commissioner along natural geographical line and ,
seven.
!ii Mr. ,Fansler had about ninetenthsof I Training for is the sluIgan meals, over finished houses and would come Into its own." having delayed action until their August acquire a valuabJe territory. First *,
;.t I efficiency gorgeous raiments. We are afraid to I meeting on account of a legal of all '
several
an acre planted to strawberries. | of In i is Mr. Bass discussed thesubject at sincere efforts to an
today. no place greater
I q simplify either table furnishings oclothing r question Involved'aa to the bond issue flex '
this nine-tenths of of with of West Florida
From an acre it i some length representatives by Alabama haT'been
need of than in the homes. Col.
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and in the lack
P; strawberries together with other | of economyof j tho Valley Gazette and stated that he in the two special districts which made and they have failed. At \
institutions and
i leges, public privateschooly
the he energy and tlme.we render ourselves | would have not yet been sold owing to liti '. ast of
;;1. crops planted on same ground bring the matter before the ; one these efforts which in- r
are realizing that woman'seducation t
,,. realized, according to figures taken I I i is. not complete without a useless to help other folks. 1 1is It city', council and ask that a committee gation. volved the appointment a ._
we'
.' from his record book, 108382. His | of the scientific no longer a question whether ih i ? appointed to study the prGposition.Ilie ion on the part of t /two state to a "
knowledge
!'f+t only cash outlay was $J5 worth of | of the home and home management making- can afford the to household attain efficiency affairs.in conducting ; is firmly convinced that the rail- COUNTY GANG WORKSON discuss annexation wA made before'the I, .

commercial fertilizer. lie used only {I Witthe hroad, company could be induced to war. As late ac the 1907 sessionof
honorable and
-a profession just as
.\\ii.: this small amount of commercial fer- i increased cost of living we cannot make the change if the proper plan is the Legislatuto, a committee :was
j' splendid as that of law or medicine. afford not know 'I fro
tilizer finding that compost and pine' to the better ways'!' evolved and he states that he means ST. CLOUD ROAD ">med from the labama Legislature'o
A
f i knowledge of the expenditure of We
ashes which he prepared served the are no longer afraid of pure air. |!'to the until such discuss
\, | agitate question a annexation. These effort,
| money i is equal to the capacity of It is air
purpose better. The labor necessary poor not fresh air that'causes Ian is thought out or the whole mat- whether they were made; early or late 1. .
earning it. We are prone to look upon colds. In the selection j Captain L. R. Farmer and the court ,
to tend the crop was only that of Mr. I of ter proved impractical gradually faded to nothingness. -I
4. education to evade manual i of convicts
as a means household tasks, we have learned it'I ty gang are now at work
Fansler with' slight help from members I labor, rather than to do the same is better to the --'- on the road between Kissimmee and Around the caDitot.. .. when.n" fKI.___._ {.ion___*_h i i

.F' of his family.Summarizing the. Mr. Fansler_[Uelligently. We fail to appreciate in-//piano than not neglect to inspect care he refrig-of the INGRAM FILLS SILO i St. 'Cloud and a great improvement has been up for discussion, the impression g?
crop grew that Mobile has
there is much I in the road in extended -
as true! economy now -being noted.
erator and that clean
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a kitchen is
b4. stated that 'he sold off thip nine-
knowing how to conduct a home as I more than silver. 'I This road has been in bad repair : a quiet but some time effective -
tenths of an acre 5,185 quarts of necessary shining AND influence
IS ENTHUSIASTIC I I against
... there is in managing a business. In for some time and the county gang annexation on
'I ,.:.;; strawberries during the season, besides Training in home science gives one the ground that Mobile
.. "", the business world today a man's timeis was moved over from the St. Cloud-! was doing ..1'1
: what were used by the family. better understanding of life and the i! pretty well, as "Alabama's only
, i/ The strawberries brought on average not guaged by the amount of ener- art of living. It teaches food values, Sheriff L. H. Ingram is an enthusiast Melbourne road to put it Into passa ," having behind it for harbor seaport and- riceriver
ble
which he
gy exerts nor4sy the efforts condition pending he result of the
price of 14SS cents per quart or in the classes to which the different on the silo question. He i is firm Improve.nent, the solid Alabama It
of his brain. It is results that count flan to hard-surface it. ,.
round numbers for the total sold kinds belong, the nutritive value and 1)convil'ed! that the building of silos delegation in Congress, and that It J:
and time is worth what it
i costs
to j
.. . 9761.82. I Iif' the amount necessary for producing will be one of the greatest assets in did not care to have a rival port such '.21
replace it. but
When he planted the strawberriesin the home does not the average woman value In I healthy bodies. It also includes the the'progress of Osceola county. That CHARTER GRANTED TO as Pensacola, and a port in its immediate
the latter port of September and place any on art of sewing. |fed can thus be stored for the fat' neighborhood divide interest and

f. early October he planted Peppers between her time.housewife Economy wholly relates to dollars to the and average I Let us as citizens of Kissimmee ten ing of stock and profits of stock- KISSIMMEE OIL CO. help with it. This opposition however x i

the rows in three-tenths of an cents the hours I and Osceola county step up in line raisers greatly enhanced ia his belief. is not a matter of record although Vi
household
spent on 1
acre and sold $92 worth of this crop. : with Principal R. M. Evans and our Sheriff Ingram i* a progressive ag it is significant, that on nearly s J1

1ya Last February he planted tomatoes There's tasks are a not dividing reckoned line us between an expense.beinga I progressive superintendent, C. E. ricullurist. He believes in making Advices from Tallahaqpee state thata I every committee nan--d to discusa- ',).

between the rows of strawberries on Yowell to help put these needed niprovemients n methods wheneverand charter: has been issued to the Kis annexation, some influential! memberof ..
good enough housekeeper and too
"I; she other six-tenths of an acre. From I courses of work into our schools. Let wherever he can. He has been simmee Oil Company. the Legislature from Mobile county -

;nt- these tomato plants he sold or canned gpod a one. Immaculate housekeeping u* attempt if possible the Domestic engaged for the past two week filling This is the company recently organ- was gent.rally placed. i.
often implies a place: too choice +<<.r)
i .' $240 worth, figuring the canned for human habitation unlivable in the I Science and Manual Training work the new silo on his place near the ized to take over the property of the In the past Pensacola or at least 1

tomatoes at the regular price. of this coming school year. Let us, too, lake. 1 his silo has capacity of sev- defunct company which was bor.\ g a number of influential Penaacolians.

iV This gives a grand total of $L- are sense all too genuine familiar comfort.with the And we make our High school building and its enty-five tons and has .hen almost for oil near Kissimmee Park. The have been outspoken advocates: of annexation. ,

4)83.82) in less than a year on less than in which decorations dwelling grounds our civic pride. In co-oper- filled: with corn ensilage. This ensi- new company expects to begin operations It has been asserted frequently "
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t-e overwhelm the
an acre of ground. useful. In i ation with the teachers and pupils let lage was cut in the machine recently at an early date and continuethe in .the i re.. that annexation. .
the real home
Since that he has planted turnips everythinginvitee us place "boxes for flower in every purchased by Mr. Ingram for that work started by the former company If the people of West Florida had a .: <1.,

where. the tomatoes were raised and us. window of the school buildings. Let purpose, both corn and stalks being in trying to locate oil. chance to vote for It, would carry '.; ,
It la
+ will realize something. from that crop. true that the systems of housekeeping MS border the..grounds with flowerbed eat up. The remainder of the silo Th company i I. incorporated forf2,00o overwhelmingly.' The argument has o

t pt Ther! strawberry vine are still grow- : must be gathered onto gathered *. Let a* have increased space of which Is now more than three-fourth $ and the officer are: C. W. been made openly in PensaeoU that I r

fW. :; ..f Vnt.., and producing runner from ,. bands no 'other occupations permit productive gardens. Let nc have two filled will be given over to sorghum' Ward president; Jon. M. Lee, vicepresident this city would benefit by' annexation,

J1", which Mr. Fansler estimate b* win other* so many'.Interruptions' but no or: more wann of bee in observation grars. This will be paced: in the silo- and G. F. Krlbbs, secretary" because. In a comparative. 'degree. ;, it,',
wide for
ground
coven so
+ .w be able to get all the plant he peed a un-. -live* fn which the children next: week. And treasurer. had bean Ignored in harbor legislation

for the fall setting and still have might see .tlonthe storing' of by the Florida delegation l. which had '
Mr. and x"'I.. H.
of Titua-
260,000 plant* to be sold when the taD do, he saysand. the more the honey pollen and making wax-anji .r"ro. John M. Leo and daughter MUM such a long coat to look "after, that];
; vine 'were' 'win. ad
? i.. at theO
r fa planting-. season open late in Septem- merrier because: larger acreage observe the laying of eaand the g-est Ethel, expect jt ,leave today'' or ,tomorrow It could center its .ilortat'on'aq'eooi'' '
ceot., Hotel tide Mr. _
.. r bar or early"' In October. Here there will bring'the buyer' &Del.mak.. the development of bee Condition. herewould her,' fcaslnes wreki Ford for Camp Jvnaliuka, N.' C.. city', river' or harbor. Even the pre**' > .':'1.
bid where
WM. 011 ; wax W
'.will. stifl be, ome.mor re\noe to sale much.'more ready' than It ha* also make'poaible an interest- Mica Margaret Lee ha a' bans of Fnaeola ta the past' ha' argued''rt

; '''bonne front-thte-amall.'plat: of'groond.What'Mr. ."Deett-witb-the necessityefarway, : '* lag.JaaecYary, a well atocked aquarium pleased with the eitytttat, lite.x. pending, some, time. ,:They' will tb.n for annexation, because wouW rh5to d .
1 pressed,th* Intention to r>tura to'lids: visit cereral point la the North and
r' .Fancier ba done, others+finding a market. ( on )
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News Notes of Co. B. "
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St. Cloud Department 00) ,I'I' ing July 3\;, 1916\} '
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Point Camp .,Battle
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NEWS AND ,NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM'OUK OWN Altoona, Wls..:-This-4.he.. 'smallest t 1 J Jacoby, Aixnio;; Lawrence, W. P." ; Ne.A'',

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Incorporated city in the world-will Black Point Camp Grounds, July being vaccinated for smr.llpox.: Company (citt Jonnfe4: i Rcce, Nettle; Ross,.
: daythey
.V achieve another distinction. It.wilt 27-Th First Battalion went on the B was 0.1 guard duty the I Fr'anA.\ .; Stubbing, Walter; TJcket'it\ >)
were vaccinated. therefore they S. W. Turner Prof.
T. Turner, ; < ,
r. Claud F. Johnson and Jim Johnson out and aided In ,the cntertainmanl force the Demon Rum to the abject target range Thursday. On the 200 were not vaccinted.: I guess we "1111 Jno.Robert;) Williams, Miss Morthe'; Wli.

Wedncsdaj by> giving two numbers on the, fife, mule of the water wagon. In this yard, 300 yard and' 500 yard range tomoirow.I I I
: of Kisslmmce, spent be vaccinated today pr Hams, Rev. A. W.; Flpyer, Muvauesr.B. ; .
j( in our city. 'I assisted by i John Andri'st with his wise: Company B took top score. Lee -Mc I \ land Mrs, Bowen are visiting B. SIMPSON, Postmaster. %,

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coates, who violin.} Mr.: Schofield is by far the The baby city wants a water Lean mad the best avornge-193 i( their /lion who is a member of Company I --
been nt I best fifer ever heard in St. Cloud and works. On 'l it Olt'of 45 shots. These "cow B.Every. \U'I'If'1': OF AI"I'I.II'ATlltFOil!! TAX ..t "
I :. for some time past, have Goldie Groves July established a' points ]>KKI> I M)KH: !gKCTION BT4 A'\IJ; .
Winter Park, where Mr. Coates hayjaeen many other places. re municipal saloon. Licenses were re- punchers" ado; said to be the best | fellow is looking forward to (I :\ .KKlfAI! HTATI'Tlfi 01"'I'IU l'IIT
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, and in to the outburst : MTATK OK PL.OH1U4. :
'r.:' in the grocery business returned 'it-jd nicely answer fused the. four privately conducted saloons I marksmen in the regiment. The Sec- ipay day, which is to tuk place on or ,,I --4.. "
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to St. Cloud Monday evening. I or" applause give'Grumble from the I previously existing. The prof- : ond Battalion went on the range; )Fri I' tftcr the first of August Hull Mull.. I i .< |.artttas.-r Is' hereby., 0'Iv..n th CrrtlncatrN..H tV. ']. 'oil ,

N where Mr. CoVes and Jumps Muni Corrtor. John Mettinger, I its of the city's booze emporium are day. A car loud cf ammu"ition is to i Company) 15 has been strengthenedIhy : ; I IJii.; I2N. 120. 110 and 131, dateeih .+'
, r to a grocery store ot Dodge City soldiers' home of Kansas, to be devoted to the) creation of a be shot, each men allowed eight dol- three men from Gainesville who sn/d,' / d.U rerlllleates' '.f July' .h A,'n"d: :;\ ; '!': alet has '
expect open ,
4 1\\ut; present with his graphophom special fund for ' of I lars worth. be nice: fcllown. male 1I1I1'11I'811uII for Tax Heed to teall ...... ;"
f
i Florida avenue.Mr. selections I'B-I gilding' a eeiii .to pretty I .. ,In.. ti-I,dan'e to law. .. ,
ral an
;. and Mrs. W. Drawdy spent I 1(11sev water works, and the aldermen have I Three 're<'ruitJ came to join the 1 This leaves Company. B in first class }i.cid 11111.1..10, embrace" the follow r ''I Y Ysltuat' I'
good one being "Home, 1110 'c'I'11"d' lands 1\'I"tC l and bHtifrIn
; Monday in KiHsimmee., ]peeially figured that 'with old Demon Rum best company in ,the rrgiinonl and ". !: DHCi'ola' County State if (

A. E Dom-gan and Pat JohnstonOf Swevl<< Home" as played and in Germany America, field thus in bondage, he will be madeto they wore sent to Company B. They i Everyone looks forward to the :, 1..1..1,1.Lets..3.In 4.-w 7.II. K sad 9 of Block 17; ;1't ...

Kissimmce were St. Cloud IIUM. Spain, Scotland Italy () earn the needed money in two are J. O. Lloyd, R. C. Padgett andG. ,, vi.jkly! issue of the Knsimmee, Valley -'' Lets' 1. 2 mill 3 of Illoi-h tl'; Lot fil: '
I icqucjst B. (I. Sill enu.rtained'y\ 6, 7 and H of Illoc-k 22:. Lot II of I-tlock' .! '
(callcr Tuesday. Hy : years. M. Richardson of Gainesville ; I Gazette. 27 and l."l -':: "f Mloflc 30 i, nil of Raid .
ness .
MTK, J. I D. Woodbeck ff Kissimmtopent reciting "The Raven by Poe.Misses Mr Eight prominent citizens came for- Those on the "sick, lame and lazy" lotH',. 'II.I'|:,,::,';,: Sul.illiHlon the>: Florida Nn.Iraln 1. d Lund lTli 1
'. Wednesday in our city. I Sill is a splendid elocutionist. ward with the money to build and list arc Tice McAllister, Tom Arnold, MR. and :\WS. F.\LLS ENTERTAINRev. .> enid l < InnilH,, being assessed In the i .
.
Otis lass and Lillian Mayes sang "nn ur ". U Russell. i n II. Kytp K.S : >
I J. II. Ferguson who hllll heel) stock the city saloon, and the men Dewey Sumner and Norman Erhardt. I"u t." and' I K ,Si.xtun. nt the data. i "i
spending the past! week at St. Petersburg "Rebecca. of Sunnybrook Farm" very who will run it were appointed by the Young' ErhardtU in the hospital with i: and Mis. O. B. Falls curter .JII NUiI'',sa,, sold uf llflcntfa sold.. i-crllllcnlen final) be. ret '

4 and PaHS-aGnlle' returned hoi.n I pleasingly. :\11'.- and Mrs. Lemue common council and obliged to give fever but is improving and expectsto tannest the members cf the B. Y. 1', U. ,,,',noI "t...' illnic lu law. Tax Devil 1
and Mrs. Be be entertained will INelle thereon on tin 2ktn day or I''
Monday evening. Williams bond. be on the field again soon. I Friday night at the Baptist parsoiflajre. 'J\uJ'ti.I. .\ II 1915.O'ntl" t 1
with the voice, cymbals, piano and sa 111 .' liaiiil, . and ofYlclal seal I At
r.'iI'a'd -
There,Jias long been battle between B went hard mou.itSunday prettily -
Company The
were
W. I. Reynolds I left Tuesday morning The a qn ?( rooms )i1""lnll" "his the 2Mb iln.of July. 1A I III.
to spend a few days in T mpa. tambourine respectively. pro strict Sunday and midnight en- taking the place of Company with cut flowers. The young I 1 1116!> r

;: Mrs. I.ulu Atwood ent..rtninedIr.: !tram ended! l with two selections or forcement party and that desiring a F, which went to Jacksonville on account people spent the evening in merry ,,'liik\ m.rni, '1 J .IN.in I.'I' l .imrvolii HHTHfJlT., Cimnty..suit ;

and Mrs. James Crimm; at six o'clocl 't the accoidoon' by Mr. Dingle. Ban Th wide-open town.The strict enforcement of tho death of one of their games and (''on tests.Ib.: < Violet Gilbert I ,, <.lilt., ,limit"f Kl.'ll.lil Stall<, 32-. t n p

dinner Sunday evening. ludionc'e' sang "Star Spangled group ,will be in control of the boys who died Sunday morning at St. of Pla.it City render-d a nuin'ier '

i The BarncH class. of the M. F.. ner" and adjourned' until next Saturday urban "souse center." Luke's hospital. of piano selection: which 'were" ,\ ',

John :M. Andet son, Sec. Vaccination is taking place this the fU"st'Punch, ::1 .
t church will hold their business meet : n.ally..enjoy'd. by } FOR GOOD ]

t jnR: Friday evening. 544: .:. * .<- 444 "> 4444: STEADFAST CONFIDENCEThe {) week. Although doesn't SLOp the and! cakes ware Fen'ed.Ir: <.-S..L i if

a Mrs. O'llaru and daughter Mary :' NARCOOSSEE.) <. boys from drill it is making some Lupfcr) Jr., and! Miss Ethel Gilbert as "
FRESH MEATS
'A' who haVe been visiting Mrs. O'llaru' I 1'' '> 444 .> 4444 > 4'4'45< vry sick. Histing the hohtesn. About twenty i iI

parents, Mr and Mrs George; Waiters I I Mj. Vict-or: Hill returned home las I Following Statement Should The boys of Company B rnno lon- five members of the Union attended PHONE 208WCody's

'j left Monday morning for :-N'-v/ Wednesday I from Cincinnati and Nev Form Conclusive Proof of Meritto per "Rookies" but are about the best I <",
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York City. fork whore h chits been visiting his: Every Kinnimmee Reader. drilled company in the regiment

I W. S. Alyea arrived here Thursday \ lrotlier, KriH ,Hill. He reports having (j through the untiring efforts of Capt. I NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD :

:' last from five weeks trip to' a nice trip.Miss Could stronger proof of tha: ni"rit :, Katz and the l ieul4anants. Jarrell and Market n
Missouri. of any remedy be desired than the "jsteed. We are trying to inaki this Expels scrofulous humors from the ,
: \ Ethel Alligood! and nephew: .
Quite an interesting program is. ,being ; statements of grateful endorsers who the best company, although w are blood which cause constipation, malaria {'
arranged for at the Kpwoitl h Charles(, returned to Georgia Saturday say their confidence has been un.ii- the youngest. rheumatism sores, ulcers, pim. South Kissimmee

!League meeting next Sunday night !. They will, visit their brothe minishsd by lapse of time These I Lieutenant Jarrell and Arthur H.Jarroll I pies, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy flat t a
home.
The leader will he Miss Bonnie HI! '* | brother on their way are the kind of stat,"mentc that 11"o mnde a brief visit to Kissimmee I II' i on a guarantee to satisfy. .
:Mr\ .IcvM-tt! Tindnll of Whittier, .\t- I Iapt. (0,
appealing constantly in local
fj etta. Subject for I the debate. m, "I 1 I your Saturday returning Monday
,. it Easier to he a Foreign' Volunt 'tended Sunday school here last Sun papers:? for Doan's Kidney Pills. They I' (' C. R. Taylor Lade a VIsit to I

r than a Home Stand. By ?" (, d ay. arc twice told and confirmed with i, Gainesville last week. CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER t '

'.t: Capt. Charles K. Sisrho who has :\lr..1. B. Mouser was in Kissim, new enthusiast. Can arty reader Senator A. E. none an, of Kissimmce :

'. spent some time here' left Mond.i., I',nu f shr>pping :\lo'1
,; morning! for his home at Kennewu-li :Mr., and :Mrs. Singlctnry of Geor KisMmmee resident: I, B one day last week. i MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES 1

". Wash. gar, returned to their home Monday; 1 Mrs. Sarah E. Rexford, Kissimmee,,, !1 Mrs. A. Tress and daughter Miss

;; C. J. Lindsey left :Monday for after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs says: "My daughter suffered from 'Frances, o"fj Kissimmee were visitors .

"' Cleveland, O. kidney weakness for the past four here Sunday.R. I t
Alligrfod.
Mr. and Mrs. Cramer left thi Mr. and Mrs. I Dening motored ove I Trouble wi .hj/tho kidney oe- (I H. Ludlam, a member of the "Dods II'S liver Tom" Starts Your Liver Tone sells Jim tonight. a SO Yonr rent lathe drnppiRt..f t or I DmtHon'a dealer ... .!.

time at their ol ldj cretions caused much 'annoyance. We band, who was turned down in the ,, I ""! ,
:. week to spend some to Kissimmee Tuesday on business. I Better Thai Calomel and You Don't 1 Liver 'lone under my personal' ini'wyhack t.
ii home in Iowa. had doctored and tried a good many I physical examination has arrangedto 1 1I iniarnntei1 tlmt reel HHxnfulill| ,
j j. Mrs. Frank Gilbert spent Wednes Mm. Bill Smith of Kissimmee, visit remedies but nothing had helped her.I stay with the boys as a hired Lose a Day's Work clean) your Hlii, 'i:,iMh liver, In'tUr than a .1.1d"8"

day in Kissimmee. ?d II. II. Hull's family Sunday.Mr. learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and I player. make] > "f /iutculivniel nick. 1 and that it on't '. +4DodHftn's '

';: John Russell, of Kissimmee Park,' Rtland! Tompkins was a business !- got a box. I gave them to her as directed I J. B. Walker! had his furlough extended Liven up your aIupiHh| ; liver! Feel you Liver) Tone in realliver "" '.(
visitor to St. Cloud Saturday. and removed the trouble." will fine and cheerful make work a
was shopping in our city Tuesday. they ten days longer. He : your III<'(IIC''I', .- You'll know it nest morning ,
W. I. Reynolds returned Saturdi; 'I Mr. Charles Monstdoca is plowing (Statement given May 21, 1908.) probably bo off until August 1st. tion.pleasure But; l's t take vigorous no and nasty full dangerous of amMo UTBUIM) you will, wake up feeling fine, a

evening after spending the past six: Mrs. M. D. Tindall's grove this week On May 27, 1914, Mrs. Rexford Harry Davies, who is a member of I calomel because it make. you tick and your liver will, )lie. working liemlarhe ,'f

t + !weeks in New York City and Connect Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tindall enter said: "The /statement I gave- recommending the band, was confined to his bed for you may lose a day's work., HWert and dirzmeHM and bowi-U. foii regular.< : Mtoinuch will 'be <*
Doan's Pills week. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver rDodRon'
Kidney some two days last
d ticut. tained several guests Tuesday even which cauw. necroHis' of the OOn..... Liver Tone i. entirelyfK.@- jjtable ::
W. P., Lynch and Ed DePew lef ing. Ice cream and cake were serv years ago holds good. I still think as' Calomel 'craahe into Dour bile like therefore liurinli'HH) and can not \

t Monday evening for the Soldiers 'd and a good social time is reported. highly of the medicine today as ever. From Another Correspondent. dynamite, breaking it up. That's when alivat Give it to your cJuldicn. t
.. Home at Johnson City, Tenn.A. Price 60c at all denlers. Don't Company B was on guard duty }.ou feel that awful nausea and cramping. Million of people are lining I>xl.itii'. ;;
'4 Mr. Aaron Story, of Boggy Creek, meIf want to Liver Tone instead of dangerous. calomel,
of simply ask for a kidney remedy-getDoan's Listen to you enjoy tJ
S. Nelson, with a party night before_ last. About all the ex-
I nicest liver and bowel Your druggiiit will tell that
attended Sunday school here Sunday the gentlest now. you
(. :friend from Kissimmee, were Sti Kidney Pills-the same that citemenffiey had was a tent on lire. clen"inTOU ever.eipriencej: just take the ala of Calomel U 'almost itofi red; "t't
'
i; Cloud visitor on Wednesday morn There will be an ice cream s.9eJal Mrs. Rexford hat twice publicly rec The different ,companies are now a spoonful of harmless Doditou's Liver entirely here. i.\

Ing. at the Baptist church next Saturday' ommended.. Foster-Milturn Co., <9

W. S. Alyea, William Hall C. E. night. Props, Buffalo, N. Y.: -'

Carlson, I. I. Cummings and Fred The new church bell will be put up] .. .
e Twenty-six concrete bridges have .
mad business trip to Kin next Saturday.!
Xenney a .
been constructed in road district No.
attended l lv .
cimmee Tuesday. Mr. Eberts and family .
on 1 in the of Wauchula
vicinity giving
k The Veterans' Association convened church at St. Cloud Wednesday.
in session Saturday July Mr. and Mrs Hill entertained las this district one of the most complete
, regular ; systems of bridges in the state.
.
s 22, 1916 with Frank Kenney presid Monday evening.Mr.
'.4 ri Ing. The audience Banff "America,1 I Fuller has several hands ct j

i and W. F. Kenney offered prayei followed work on his now stock farm. jI

' ' by all offering! the Lord'i 4 0) 0-< <00) 0) 0) 0) 4 4 4 0) 00 4 .:- aMagnolia FZ.E&A

K kh J'rayer. The secretary read the pro. i 0) C.\\I: !'BELL. <0j. bixtiI
TS eeedings of July 15th end they wen .
1 j.,+ 4 :- + 444.+ 4444445Mr' -,. I
,
The choir '
pt approved as read. a'lJ.t'

"Old Black Joe The president h.-r' I John 'Rowlitn returned to her Compare the conditions in ;

'r asked goad of if any the one'alRociutio'n had anything or for town the i home nt Lockhurt Saturday after n BLOOD the citrus industry of Florida 1

feweeks visit with her mother
Comrade Clawnon. said! he thought n I MEDICINE
y made :Mrs. E. E. Brown. that exist now with those of the i,
mistake substitutingZ
was by I Mrs. G. W. Bronson of Orangt I FOR RHEUMATISM
; "America" for our national anther before the formation of .:
( ('nter, is visiting with her daughter I i years
instead of the "Star Spangled Bate I
Mrs. W. R. Lanier this week. I if t Yea /tmttes Ytuftttfin*
ner," and he thought also <,\'eryhodyought the Florida Citrus Exchange. ;
I Mr. W. R. Lanier was a Ki"simmee'vistio'r PRICE JI J FULL PINT BOTTLE
.4 to stay in the hall while the'
"Stor Spangled Banner" was being! Saturday. If you were not in' the State :
I Mrs. J. E. Sharpe returned to her
a' sung at the close. Here a di.scussioi home at Central Park Wednesday after then ask old residents for the
arose as to which was really our notional ,
a week's visit with her mother,, .
anthem. Several participated! Balm :
facts this
Mrs. W. L. Campbell.Mrs. on subject.
in this and Comrade Clauson
h proms I). N. Davis and mother visit used famous
the Face Powder by "
ised to have proofs here next Saturday U Liquid
ed Mrs. W. L. Campbell Sunday. keautie if you have Sunburn,Tan or The Exchange ha's mad-e'
and settle the controversy. MrWetheiston .
Messrs. Wade Lanier E. D. Roberts Freckles try Magnolia 3)alm. It quickly .
dii a son of Comrade Weth- I and P. Sylvester were Kissimmee visitors stops the bum and remove. Tan and) . good. It has brought about
erston is here from Minnesota and Blep>i.hMalte.. your skin oft and

made a few remarks. Mr. Bo'cr.from ,,. 'i Mrs.Saturday.McGowan of Lakeland is visiting .sure to...please.Easy to use and __ --better-methods of packing fruit. J

Freeport, III., is stopping with ,
her sister, Mrs. W. R. Lanier,, Three Colors t The. demand
F his friend, Comrade Wetherbee, and I here this week. Wfife.Pink. RosaRed.75c. among house-

{ gave a few splendid words of (rood I Mr. R. V. Lanier was a Kissimmee ..D.frre,.r k4,-'1e.cf wives for Florida and
cheer. A collection for the hall oranges
.
visitor Monday. SAMPLE FREELYON
amounted to three dollars and nine '
has been
MFC. CO., grapefruit greatly in-
cents. Mrs. Lemuel Williams was BETHEL BAPTIST CHAPEL. 40 s...eta St.. Brekb.N.Y.
.:- elected, chorister of the association creased by its eftorts. Prices '

during the absence of Comrade Sunday, July 30--Sunday school for "

Lynch. this day will be 9:30: a. m. instead of A Fine Remedy For secured by all growers have

.' The following excellent program 10 a. m., the usual hour. A lady from "
v was given under the direction of Mrs. the mission is (o be baptized in the Biliousness andConstipation ) been better because of the *:
I
4 Weeton Bailey: Reading, "Why the pool at the First church. The changein higher figures at which it has
',; South is Going Dry," Mrs. Gould. A I this is in order to gain time. Au-

splendid selection was a tenor solo tomobiles will be on hand at 10:30 to :4'. ,. sold the fruit of its members. ''

: given by Lee Harrow assisted by convey the candidate for: baptism and

u4 Edith Harrod at the piano. He was I her family to the church, and also People all through this section are ; '. Why not join the Exchange ? .

compelled to sing another. A diaLogue for others who care to attend the buying LIV-VER-LAIC because it is a \
entitled Down East of real merit. It is a veg- "
"Way baptism. Preaching by the pastor at preparation
was given by tie! following cast: the evening! hour, 7:30.: We want you etable remedy that fete naturally and .

Mrs. Ernest Voccroct, as Arabella; to come up to the house of the Lord effectively thoroughly le nsng the : I Iwl.

: -Mi, ** Goldie/ Firkins as Mary; Mrs. and receive a blessing liver and bowels. It U easy to take .

Carrie Williams, as Susanna; Charlie and has none of the danger and bad

," Miller, Jr., as Algernon; D. B. Mc- Lax-'".A Mid. Effective Lauthw t Unr Torte after effects of calomel.: LIV-VEH-
Dan. Met Digs oar DMrt 9 M .... '.
1- '' Kay, as Jeremiah Pike. All did their addition to other LAX will get you right, keep you --
propatie..LasPoecootaiDa
; part well and the audience was highly Cascara In acceptable loon a right and save you doctor's bill*. Sold

\ J pleaaed by their effort and gen- ttaalatfaKLaxattaana'Xoaic.: xxoa In 60c and $1 bottles tinder an abs+.
; i; ronIpr applauded them. acts efkcUWlyanddxM ,aot pip nor guarantee.r-Every bottle\xars thelikeneir
distort omaclx. At the....time.It aida
.,YOur ,old ,friend, Eugene Schofleld, dJgesUon.araues the ltverand.sa.dova of IKJGrig by.M. *01eale-.

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FRIDAY, JULY 211,19111.x' ._ TBZ' LISSII1MEEVALL1t: GAZETTE ..... PACIJ

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t I :00,000000000.00.0: 0o accompany a good many diseases, all'!i'

STORIES AND '* the way" from tuberculosis''to. a., cold. I i FOR YOUNG '''FOLKS
ANECDOTES
i CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORSIDE ,0 tIP VAN WIm
0' -.-- your spitting'or your sneezing,
you
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[ :OF'THE LATE HETTYGREENFrom I - a By- -*' Correspondent.... .. may convey the germ of whatever

1. LIGHTS OP THECONYENTION y I 0 4POOa00a00P00 trouble you may happen I to have, to Sleepy Time Story About Some-

IN ATLANTA .o0a0 some One near'you, and honestly, Van, .
I 1' the New York World.' I' _' :Rip V.n'Winkle, ho' waked up in .the light of modern ethic you Very Clever.1 Squirrels.,

Het y Green-one might almost "Now," said a lawyer' "in this bodyof :. There were we heard' about 1400 .gain-Rip or one of his progeny : haven't the right to fore any of T
n say, that in her time she wag .. 1'0- this pape **- '' registered delegate This war the some dozen'or more generation down these thing'on any one else. WHAT HAPPENED IN. A"'GROVE.
)0 markable. a personage a* Jeanne "Huh! -body! she intorj??\\od; first, the very first,' All-South such the line, -and this Ume way. down in And finally Rip say: "The general
Y'' d' rc, barring religious Inspiration.For "he want to get at my throat!" gathering of young, people of our C. I South Florida. effect' of such an exhibit upon Impressionable

Hetty Green fought the big men "Sit down, Mr*. Green" cried the E. organization and !It was.a splendid; He waked up and heard the rumbleof minds, especially thoseof Amusing Adventure* .f a Rah ., In.
of her' generation. the giant in referee. / beginning greater things to. come I the choo choo; cart. Ha rubbed his children, is calculated to be depressing -I t.illg.ntCollie Dega-Many Thing. ef'
.: 4b finance and tn lawF 'And the record "Well, that' what he's after. When in work ''/or'' Christ and the eye and looked and.beheld Florid*'* and harmful. All you i 4ntere and InfermatUn ..... LIttle

..r 11" how that she Usually fought them to you get a woman by the throat you among the young people of Ct-Unh"j Health Train rolling into KL Myers.. have to do la I to take James Whit- : Peeple--/tran.. .Ury *f a Waif. b

.+ 'It a: standstill.She can make her sign anything and"- The next convention ia in Mempbls'l He dug his knuckle into his eyes comb Riley little poem and transpose : Well kiddies. said Uncle Ben to FoU '
'I'; ' She' fought thirty#years to'' secure "Mrs. Green! This time the ref- 1918 and large things are one more; he saw the big locomotive the title into 'The Microbe Will. ly Ann and little Ned I am going tAP a
, .t-.It control of the estate her father had eree yelled "Sit DOWN!I" before then, in Florida and all the 12 wouldn't bite and by degrees he Get You if You Don't Watch Out' ten you an amusing tory aboutI

5 r: :left her. He wa a magnate of great "I'd rather stand up. I have cramp," tates composing the All-South screwed up his courage nad enteredthe and you get the idea we are seekingto
y. captains of tho whale ship when wall her smiling reply. (white) Christian Endeavor Union. big Pullman'and looked at tb<3 exhibit convey." I I DOGS AND SQUIRRELS: I 1
t whaling was an enprmourly profitable West Virginia is not in this federa- He' looked and looked and by Why, bless you, Rip. that's just ex- 1
We wonder where. and by he went and broke into actly tho idea the train was put on '
& trade. For this victory she fought A lawyer named Lane tried to collect Ion of states. pnnt. Laddie and Brownie are adventurous
if; I: ; >"against..- float of famous lawyers. a $5,000 fee from Mrs. Green and ."Vest Virginia I. Do you know i His- impressions were. reproduced In the rails to carry all over Florida. i collie dog Tbey live la the Kansa. !
( Some times it was sought to show I I took her to court about it. But Hetty Florida showed off well. En routewe i the Estero American Eagle, and Sam Jones, the nviv.lIat.once said: city; of Kansas City sod their play
J. rF, that she was eccentric, even insane. Green' had a signed "agreement written practiced the Stato song and i some days later his article was cop 'It' better to scare religion Into a :yard 1* a grove of tree Every mornIng -
:.i' r She got-control of the.e.tate. Then on the letter head of the Chemical: composed some "artistic" (perhaps) ied into the Ocala Banner, May 31. man rather than not get it into him foey fare forth to this mlnlatnreforest s as
she went into Wall slreoT. Where Nationat-Bank, irr which Line had yells. These were practiced the' Of course this; reprint was a Joke for at all." and woe betide the aqulrrel thatlolten C

,: fi', her husband had failed for a million agreed not to charge her "any amount depots e nrouto on the "way-worn" I it would be impossible to imagine the If the Health Train was running With too a furious long upon barking the ground and "woof- v'

jrJ she made the "buconeers" there lit- that will not be satisfactory to you travelers who happe d/to be near Grand Old Man at Florida's Fourth around Florida filled with only pleas- Ing" and snorting. Laddie and Brownie e'
), erally doff their hats to hor. and your husband." the stops of the special Florida car. ; Estate reproducing such an article ant things It might'better not be rush back and forth among the tree, ;
She has ben variously painted. "She met ne in the Chemical Bank That is when these was Urn to get excepting in the humorous column. running. But its mission is to show seeking whom they may devour or at
And, in fact these authentic anec ono morning,'" Lane himself testified off and go through the cong and yellsin But, honestlyy'it is interesting to the people how to avoid disease, howto least to have fun with the little wood
"pulled this agreement out of her proper fashion. .', Our Endeavors I see how much has happened, what be and stay healthful, how to prevent folk ,(
appeared. pocket seized me by the coat collar, did not hop off and on at each brier'strides science has made, since Rip the disaster and suffering that -At ant the squirrels were greatly s,
: I went to sleep back in the 70's come with sickness. disturbed by the terrible antic of 1
f' Tho financial l district saw her as a jammed me against the wall and stop like a candidate fellowpassenger or I t
::: strong-featured, grizzled woman, shock her finger-in my faco and said: we had a few months ago In 80's.Rip And, concluding, the writer-who Laddie and Brownie. In the midst j
',. stalwart, broad in the shoulders and 'See hero! If you don't sign this pa- Florida. And when the convention was very much surprised, even is not the State Health Officer by of nut gathering they ceuld not spare 41
I time
to scramble clear to the ( of
(u; hips, dowdyish in her old black per I will throw you out of the case.' was reached we fairly quivered with disturbed by seats of the placard announcements the way-has watched this train from I trees every time tbe two dogs jp came'*
.: t, dresses, but too calm eyed to have "Ever held up before?" asked Mrs. enthusiasm and Florida loyalty. No I he saw hanging. in the the time it was only an idea. He has along. a;
::1 ' her vast riches invaded by any cheap Green's lawyer. one could dream that v'e ever were train especially this one! "Small visited it and studied it carefully and One day the dogs frightened a squirrel -
stories of amazing investment In "Not so thoroughly," sigod the lawyer yielding: to summer-time'lethargy or pox is a voluntary riscase. No one he has the opinions of }some of the that had Just! found s put. With .
rr; tho.etld-and they swore about it- any-time discouragement. Our r"" wStcts has to have it who cares to avoid it." most eminent medical and sanitary the nut In his mouth Chatterer rushed
r' they found the old woman their superior Vice President Simmons from Rip doubts this statement because he authorities in this country concerningit. up a tree and clung to one of the lower
his father ,' The expressed belief of such i branches. Laddie and Brownie stood
.'; She was induced to watch a judge DeLand State Prcsiilei.t. Curry says own was vaccinatedand men '
of divorce in Tror-rurer Cavanngh and of course later had the disease. Perhapsyou is that in creating and operating this beneath and barked. In hi* rage Chat
Hetty Green was wis And she dispose thirty cases one I }
;; Miss were mistaken Rip perhaps not *xhibit, in taking it into every part terer opened bas mouth to hurl Invectives
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had a smiling wisdom. Nature sometimes day in a Brooklyn court, nnd this was the State 'Secretary Coffin ; '
F I perhaps it didn't of Florida this state is leading all at the dogs and the nut fell out ,,
but tl.at ,
,' ", seems to shape real life after the shrewd old woman's comment on were there, and Quiet Hour Supt. "take of his mouth. -
her Spencer from Lake City drove doesn't change too fact. Rip that it the states of the Union in its meth- !
: fiction. Hetty Green bore striking experience: I It landed right on top of Laddie'. '
,. resemblance to the Aunt Betsy Trot "Divore" Day, they call it! Well through with automobiV. The long- has "taken" in thousands, yes, mil- ods of 'practically educating the people i bead. In tho display of temper that t
{' wt ? These women est-time-in-FloJida worker presentwas lions of other cases, and because of whom it reaches. It is not equalled =:
; wood of "David Copperfield. That can you expect I followed. Laddie seized! tbe nut between -
old lady was an amazon who had a I n ,' ,r learn to keep house. They get + Ronald Muirhead from the San- Jenncr's gift to the world millions of by any similar institution on I his teeth, crunched his jaws
,;, heart. m..rried and their sole ambition is to ford Presbyterians who autoed men and women have escaped mil- wheels, or off of them in its possibilities -' down and cracked it. J1
'd!i Readers who know about Betsy weir fine clothes, bleach their hair, through with Mrs. Muirhead. Mr. Ions) of lives have been saved and tne i of lasting benefit and in its ac Presently, when the dogs were berk-: : ;
Trotwood will read these anecdotes wear gay ribbons and fine laces. Muirhead has been rither state or I destinies of nations have been changed accomplishments.\ Truly Rip, the i Ing up another tree Chatterer descended ;
infancy thereby. It's a fact, Rip and world has moved while you have been and ate tbe "goody" from the nut
-; with pleasure and, indeed, delight.To Home is the last place they want to district officer probably since the -
around of state organization when you have been awake long sleeping. I Laddie bad so obligingly cracked.So .
the readers who poeaibly may not think of. They go parading our grown-up -
that' tile Tbe+
they play.
X know of Aunt Betsy Trotwood these with their vulgar styles} and think : Ex-Supt.. Mrs. Earl Cava- : enough to get into touch with men squirrels often drop game nut and the dog. f"I
I time Junio- and who have been awake all these Whenever You Need General Tonic !
their Quiet
anecdotes will serve as a fair introduction they are beauties. Next thing nagh long years a In furious rage crush tbe bard shell
to both interesting woman. husbands go parading around, and Hour worker end Miss EKnnor Row- i'I you'll have to change your mind. Take drove's with their teeth. Both seem to enjoy ; A.1..
'r'. Mrs. Green and her son, E. H. R. then trouble begins and they find I ley former State Junio Superintendent -! Another carded announcement worried chill The Tonic Old Standard i Grove'valuable. Tasteless It, and It' save tbe squirrel a lot nf p''
equally as a
Green owned the small Texas Midland themselves_here. Oh, I know I've were on hand. Another "<,x" I Rip. It reads: "Malaria is car- General Tonic because it contain the work.
J railroad and she was indignant' lived around hotels and I know what was Miss Elizabeth Burleigh cf Ta- ried only by the mosquito. Bad air well known tonic properties of QUININB '
... ":- at the flood of requests for peases. So these women are!" I vares, once secretary of Central district ,!and miasmi have nothing to do with and IRON. It act on the Liver Drive -car loads of vegetables .are + *
out Malaria Enrich the Blood and
,t she sent out a card calendar to politicians and Samuel Bowles one-time it. Build up the '1. .ole SyaUm. SO cent: ,,leaving Wauchula. daily .J i ,
i and all others who had prc- She was frequently( accused of beloved City Union president in Jack- I That's true, Mr. Van Winkle in ,
'.. ,._ 'sented themselves as candidates ford changing her address every little 'sonville. District officers there were spite of the quotation you'hurl at us, -----,--- - .- -" --- -- - - -- - ._- -, -== F
railroad graft. She drew down the while for the purpose of dodging the 'in evidence among them Miss Margaret -'from the Encyclopedia Britannioa, . . . . ............ .. ... . . .. . ........ ..... .. .

"r Biblo on them. taxes of the different communities. A I' Burleigh treasurer for Central | which says: "The oldest and mont ,

; In this manner was it arranged) : tax commissioner undertook to get and Miss Hattie Allen secretary of ,I prevalent hypothesis of malaria :Is NEW BATHING BEACH
a Monday-"Thou shalt not pass." some admission of his character out the same district. E. V. Cavanaghwell that it is a specific poison generatedin

s Numbers xx., 18.Tuesday"Suffer. of her. I represented the fine list of dis- the soil." : : At Rossmore Inn WindermereNew
not a man to "Where do you live now?" trict presidents Florida owns. Flor- Now, Van: that was all right about
t pass."-Judges Iii., 28. "Nowhere have no home," the ida wanted the convention banner but the time you went to sleep. People Bathing House Splendid Beach

: 'Wednesday-"The wicked shall no wealthiest woman in the world_ replied gracefully gave it over to Georgia. used to think that way and talk that .
An exclusive where friends and
-:. more pass."-Nahum, i., 15. --I Mr7 Gamble, president of Georgia is way, even tho doctors didn't know place you can bring your
,) :.. Thuroday-"This generation shall "Do you live at the Hotel ono of the youngest such officers.any- what other explanation to give, so ; have delightful dip in the clear waters of Lake Butler. ;

t, '" not pass--Mark xiii., 30. George, in Brooklyn?" where,.but it is noteworthy that num- they learnedly guessed this one out. ; Make up a party, bring a picnic supper and come, out.. d*
,.f' Frday-"By a perpetual decree 1t "No, you can't tax me there.. I bers of Southern leaders are those But, Rip, "prevalent hypothesis"have

-k \,,' cannot pass."-: Jeremiah, v., 22. never lived there-only 'stayed. I not long out of boy"and airlhO d..One given way to definite, demonstrated EXCELLENT ROADS ,'. -.
Saturday-"None shall pans"- paid my bill and left this ,morning of our most brilliant workers presentwas proofs, and while you have
i., : l Isaiah: xxxiv., 10. My' handbag i I. all I had tl.ro. My Miss. Penelope Steele, presidentfor I I been sleeping youV year away, the .o .oo.o.OO o..oo. o ...o. ......o..t. . J

1..I cT Sunday-"So he paid the fare ,trunks are up at Bellow Fall." Springfield Presbyterian in Jack most eminent medical scientist.goE to
1 thereof and went."Jonah, i., 2. : "Then where do you sleep nights" sonville. And among the long-tlme-I)studying over a few of these prob- #
at-it workero Miss of lems and they found out that malaria 1
"I don't know. Can't you recom- was Bandy,
1 Joseph H. Ch'-; was once the attorney mend a good place?" Kissimmee. No state seemed to haveso yellow fever, typhoid fever, bubonic FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED ,
for the defense in a suit That finished tho tax commissioner. completely as us the white hat plague and quite a good many of
against Hetty Green whose eloquence plan, and the purple. band with its these disagreeable diseases are caused One block of five Lots in South Part of Town. 250 b

j' he undoubtedly feared. During the A* to "society" Hetty Green declared gilt "orange" emblem "showed our by the injection into the human fpot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for
trial she had kept away from the : colors" but was not so gaudy as some system of bacteria and parasites
court fearing to be served with pa- "I believe when persona get married other state unions in 'costume pirns. which develop these diseases; that Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city

pers in counter suits. But she felt its for life. There wouldn't be They looked Tile" but for Florida the each disease has its own distinct microbe ditch. Make your home pay for itself. ,
I that something must be done to coun 'any lives made into sausages if peo- cool-looking white hats with -design I and that one kind of microbe
) teract the effect of Mr. Choate's .I-.II ple were a little careful whom they of our famous fruit on the band was 'cannot generate any other disease Apply VALLEY GAZETTE ,
oquence. So, on learning that the married. That's where society comes just the thing? So now we look for- than its own.

great man had risen to make his final I'in. Lots of folderol and foolishness ward to having eighty, or twic" the They went further and found Chut -- ---- --- -- --- j
t argument she covered her face with perhaps but a pretty good thing. Atlanta delegation when the Memphis these little bugs (you can't see them

rl l a heavy Spanish veil and seated her Young people ought to go in society. date comes around. they're too small) are carried by mo-
.\ self in a conspicuous place. Choate's 'That's where they have a chance to GRACE A. TOWNSEND. quitos or flies or fleas, which transfer -
., argument was so brilliant that she I look around and soe whom they want (Away frcm Interlachcn on vacation them to other human beings from Ideal Fertilizers
squirmed in her chair but suddenly, to marry. How are they going to .) those that have the particular disease.
i lifting her Veil julst as- Choate reached 'know what kind of a life partner they And more than that, Rip, these different -
his hil'hesttight/ of oratory, she | are getting if they don't go out to She scolds me for the way I handle diseases can't possibly be startedin II

t began to sway and bob violently, and i these and look each other over?" her affairs and says she surely madea I any way excepting by the particular Increase Crop ProfitsWe
I mistake in education or I wouldbe
then flashed forth a huge white plow I, my individual organism that belongsto .
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sham with which to otanch her Hetty Green nearly brought CollisP. doing better tljings. each disease. It's fact. Van, and v-

-.e teal. The effect was so ludicrous Huntington to ruin once. She had the most learned scientific men in the t
Hatty Green took out a licenco to .
and the in of his world men who know a lot more
that spectators jury even $1,600,000 deposited one "
'a pistol. asked why she re- believe in "Preparedness. We nIr
judge: joined in a roar of laughter banks and found that he was using; carry about it than you or I, agree that it is arc
and Choate never finished the brilliant the bank's money in investments that plied: a fact. It makes it a lot easier, Rip, prepared all the
"Moctly to protect myself againstlawye1'l. to supply potash goods you 4 ,
argument. she regarded as ticklish. Besides knowing the cause of any disease, to
there had been deals in which she and I'm not much "afraid of get busy and head it off. want, also a varied line of Ammonia-Phosphoric ; '
She was asked her opinion of thought she had cause to mako Huntington burglars highwaymen. Now, Rip, if you will read your
Roosevelt when he was in the White sit up and tak. particular no- encyclopedia again and more slowly Acid formulas at reasonable price We have
She was recognized a* Hetty Green,
of her. will notice it doesn't that
House. tice She appeared before an you say
richest woman in the world, on en- everything in the fertilizer line.
"He hasn't made good," she replied officer of the bank a Mr. Stewart, the mosquito transmission of malariais
!. sternly. "What would you and said: tering modest Boston lunch room not a fact; it just tells what people
and a waitress hastened Io! ask her used think-not what ,....., We also have a complete stock of the best
think if I wero to say every day for "I'd like my money right a"ay- to intelligent

years that I was going out and kill a not in checks; in cash please." order."Some doughnuts." people like us-think and know today, Spray Pump and insecticides: to be t'
muskrat and then never did It'" ".. there no other way Mrs. in 1916.
Green 1" he .asked beginning to per- .As"Powdered they were put"before her: For thing have changed a lot. Rip, found on the market. WIte! j for catalogues.

She used to take particular" delight spire. sugar. since you went to Bleep and the doctors -
; ;+ in giving a touch of ridicule to all "None said she. "Cash please" After she had eaten ones"isn't ) have co' c.ad.l! that it.is a great They give description and prices, also receipts
it
the custom to offer cheese
.
references she made of Joseph II. She got it-after a scurrying many deal better and more economical to -
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Choate who BO frequently opposedher bank messengers-in all kinds of free"YeVm.of charge with 'pie or cake prevent disease than to have to cur. for sprays. '

interests in litigation. Once she money and in such bulk that four it.
recounted: messengers had to carry It for her, "Cheese, please. Well Rip didn't like this placardon
"Why, I've known him a long, long. the while the rumor got out that She ate doughnuts and cheese to a the train; "A careless spittor witha
complete e finish and tossed off a glassof Wilson & loonier Fertilizer
time, so long that I can remember he Huntington wa going to saw Asa little cough U more dangerous thana Company j
used to come around rind whisper love 1 matter of fact he did have k nar- '. water careless man with a .big revolver.
-' tale to me. What do you think of row .cape. \ J "Check, pleas.1 Cues you didit get*"the meaningof MANUrACTURCBS or *'
-V
And the richest in the
| woman
that. .And I used to call him 'Cupid' that, Van. It means that the habit -
world nickel took her IDEAL FERTILIZERS
put down a ,
then with hie cute curl But he' Only a few day before her death up of indiscriminate expectoration i* ".

... Oerub 'now. He' turned reformer I her son wan ttakedby, reporter, : with bulgy,her old businesslikestride.umbrella And .departed more dangerous to human health and tidies !I. rerUtzer......... Spnayfef lanp1 __ 1
and is sprouting wind." "Does your mother attend t* her life than a loaded sun and Rap>, It'a gird. IsedkI
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es.
rIn 1 own buaincM now?" N Drive*0. M.-. .0.W.Up ty** iBTke true if you estimate it by relative itU
a litigation before a referee she The Colonel laughed aloud. OI4--.... .-*. 4featk' r.kI...I danger to the total number of victim Jacksonville, Honda .I|
, had been obstreperous In her remark "Well, If you heard her put me over D Yairfa..r1eW Tasrstw..amTOx1Q Wak.d..da.rWee.W.eens. ar*..4MIt Ton know, or you'll learn: after a

-r and interruption of the proceeding. I the 'jumps every day, you'd think ao. I A...sra.las sen.draa..dcWer.or .... while that a cough and spitting[ may
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I which make his wrong doing more important a"i; in 'the past because (hey taught only die literary "

I The Kissimmee Valley Gazetted sewn It,, u unusual for men of his prominence to things rather than giving also the common training

commit acts such as those of which ,he is 'accused needful in the tasks_' which confront 'us all. The 'AID) ABOUT: KISSIMMEE,, :

Pabllabrd iBVmH Ver7 Frldlr. The class of men to which he belongs-the ministers schools were said 'to 'produce boys: and .girls wjho Ii "i':

*!, .Mr* I. .r ...-..... ......4..&. hleelaamee, F'.. are not the kind of men to do such things could read the dead languages, cover pages of AND OSCEOLA COUNTY :

rr ..)This is the reasoning .used by the newspapermen paper' with figures proving''' this or that theorem, o '

( W. B.,, IIAIlllta: AND M. O. VANE( Ata '\KmOwner. who iinalyre the happenings and decide that it it i but who could not turn their hands to a single task .L ..L '' !UW AA. M&A4. .MM6. tVb. .y<.Vs_>*-sS- - . '"" ?4ti '.
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+.qf >B Ifl. NAUC.UM, IMKor- ..d ]M **r. I news of importance. ,*t which' would bring them' financial_ return or cooka orrrrrrrvvor fellows
orgof' thooc
So much for, the newspaper side of the argil meal, fit to eat. Three mow public) school buildings giG evidently

arbaerlplloOne ... nNeu..----.------... t1LSd rftents. There are others who will take this ca.fo'r Thi..critieisD1 and the,change which came over have been ordered erected by tho who believe, the early bird catches tho
Copy. One Year ---._- ..-_--__--._. ..._ _..___ -j.01 U School Board of Osceola' county. Note' to Tallahassee! better a"1
One Copy Blx' Monihn. Montbr :. .. ...--.-- ..1 a text in declaring{; that the ministry as a wholeis the educational leaders themselves has brought wormn .. ''
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Thr. ---- > chain ttown tho capital building.-
"tine COpy not what it should be. They also will bein error about the introduction. practical courses in our Florida Grower.B. .
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f ,A11 communlcMlon.. ....o..pt 'from our uthorl.ec and much snore grievously than those who criticiv schools. In introducing these courses the educator E. Evans has been reappointed Tampa Times. --:0-, II

? correspondents, must bo atoned by the writer. .. the have not lost light of the broadening influences of '
;, nbt bo returned TinleM called will
Rejected matter Because one"member of the clergy has been the other and older but
have merely
; courses
1 .--t--- Florida accused of misdoing they would condemn the whole I ached the happy medium of ,giving each in its .-Florida Grower. Plant Industry. Washington, has i3
.. ,
r (Ent .-ed In .:te J'oRtorftce'ln' Kl lmmee .laiv It is from this class of people that the harm '
proper proportion. --c.- ti''
e .econil-clBM. 'matter.vFRIDAY been stationed at Kissimnice, Fla., to
S ___ comes, but we are glad to .know that the majoritydo I We are !glad!: to nole that Prof. Evans principal According to tho Bureau of Crop assist the growers in'that 'section.- ti

JULY, 28, 1916. I not reason in this way. The very fact that the of the' Kissimmee schools, has determined to Estimates the corn crop of Oaceola Florida Grower. ,"

--r newspapers make news of such an, occurrence IS i lake steps to begin this training in the schools of -ou'nty is normal, or, in other words, --4>-- .'. ., ..kb
iroof that the unusual has happened. It is proof the He established good '00 cent.-Florida Grower. "
Grow strawberries!' city. wants to see a commercial per Osceola county will have three new
that the newspapers know ministers more rarely I department in which the boys and girls maybe --0-- fall '
: :- GoAcJ roads attract desirable" citi- school buildings when the term

A Bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga'!' .. than any other class are accused of crime. I taught the details and'elemenlary principles of ,ens. J, W. Tucker is building $25- of school is opened. Thcy will| be.located -
These same critics would condemn on the samebasis business proceedure. He would also have a department -
:- KisimmpeOrlando !! at Bull Creek, Bassville and"I
; I of all doctors all lawyers, all in which be trained be Jeachers. 000 residence< on the I
,
Argument merchants they may to Crab Grass. Contracts for the
Make Kissimmee the state capital'Do brick highway near KinBimmeeWuuthulu eree-
because one was found to have been guiltyof / Besides these he wants a manual training department Advocate.The 'ion of the buildings have been let

-or- one of them and well I some crime But they do not do so. Why? Because for boys, where they may be taught the --oOor- to Frank Bass, of KIs ;mnIPC. Workis
these things
any they are non-religious in their tendencies and trades in which the hand',and mind work together, Gazette Each
Kmsimm- Valley u n- to begin at. once of tho
prosper. : : wish merely an excuse for pointing to what they and a course of domestic science in which the !girl!: flounces right now and very omphati- buildings will be n frame structure ofone

of !icrm hypocrisy in the' ministry. may be taught to cook and sew and to fill their after modcrrfly
Pierce has begun the construction a ally that Kissimmec ia going room, designed to fit
Fort
however in majority. in world housewives. He believes that
better the
I The people are places as
and seafront boulevard. the capital' regardless of whether the the needs of: the school.-St, Augus-
seawall a much faith in the the order the work in the Kissimmee schools
They have just as integrity I in to begin state is' divided or not. Editor Nau- i i tine Record
-rn" honest and the Christian like demeanor of 'the courses will have to be established graduallyand .
purpose ------------------- ---- ----------------- -
Florida have begun to ---------------------
: Everywhere cities of in their waterfronts. Whyhouldn't the ministry as they always have had. They know he. has wisely determined to begin with the ':

show appreciation do likewise? that the great body of the clergy is clean morallyand domestic science during the' coming term. BABIES GALORE IN I RESOLUTIONS. -

Kissimmee . spiritually It is well that they do for when a In (his connection he said in an article printedin ----:-' .

z -- .- people lose faith in their religion and the leadersof the Valley Gazette last week: I Whereas, God in His infinite wisdom .
Councilman Howell Bass favors a plan to move WINDY CHICAGO TOWNChicagoChicago's I has taken to Himself the sour
that religion then that people has lost its main "Statistics show that seventy-five per cent of all
the Atlantic Coast Line track, away from the lake- oJ. !Mrs\ Caldwell, mother of our es-
clement I in their happiness and well-being. girls marry and become home makers yet an alarm- .
t; front to the western side of the city. ingly small per cent of these Tiirve the least know! I t -med sister, :Irs.V.. I. Barber' ,

"i -: : PROFIT IN GROWING STRAWBERRIES. edge about economical, hygienic, practicaj home babies are therefore be it
We do know except in sufficient in er" to populate Revolved} Kissimmee
+ Can this be done f not administration. In most oases the income of the n.ujnjt> any by Temple
the old principle: of l "where there's a will there'sa - ordinary sized city in the Unit d No :21!I, that we realize in this bereavement .
and the wife is the
Every man in Kissimmee who is interested in family is not large, one who
It would be difficult to accomplish, perhaps States. There are 224,711 of them Sister Bnrl>er has sus
way. does the how much better would be
i it's worth look- the future prosperity of ihe city and surrounding I buying; so it limits according' to
but as Councilman Bass says ,, if she were trained in food and clothing values within the titj's tainedan irreparable loss, and we
ing into. terrilory. whether he be agriculturalist, business or a report I II tof W. L. Bodine, supenn- extend to her our deepest sympathyand
and could so administer home finances as to make
k -. .- professional man should attend the meeting at the I expenses fall within the income, and at the same tendent of compusory education commend her to "Him who doethall
i Subscribe to the stock of the Osceola County whose estimates are that Chicagohas things well"
city council hall next Saturday morning, August time have the family better fed and better clothed '
Fan Association and help finance another move- passed: the 2,500,000 mark in pop- >j R.-sohed, further, that a copy of
5th at 9:30: o'clock. Tins meeting has been plan- I Then, too with proper management almost all fam- -
the forefront r.1 unt.ion.! Sister
ment to keep Osceola (Icounly in these resolutions 1 Ie sent to
; ilies with incomes be l as.de
ought to laying
,
the progressive counties of the state Just as soon ned for the purpose of discussing the growing of I average In other words, there are 117fK2' Barber, a copy furnished the Kissim-
something from time to time for the possible con-
as the charter u granted which will be early next strawberries in this section in sufficient quantity to tingencies of the future boys to I07, 41!) girls nice %'all.-\' (Gazette; for publication

+ month, a meeting Will be held, officers elected and make Kissimmee. a market for the buyers of this "Some girls who are able to employ servants On the general census Mr Rodine and also! that they 1 be, spread upon the

plans made.for the holding( of the ,first fair dUring all the United marry report indicated a great lump in niinut,". of the Temple.MAI'iIE .
luscious fruit f for consumers over to do their actual household work, but every
German; Austrian and Russian immi- > THOMAS() ,
the coming winter Stales wife Ought to be able to plan the work in her own
-- -- ration: Knglsh, Italian and Scandinavians MA'DIE: .1FI: I ORDS.
That this section is peculiarly adapted to the home, and lo properly| direct her servants. Economy -
S. T. Fansler made over $1000 from less than were in the lead' Chicagohad ( MBHIK.STKIET: < > : :; .
\ has been demonstrated
strawberries concretely
) growing!!: of is as necessary here as ill the humbler home, .
He wants to make K.ISimmee the smallest per centuge of illiteracy ---- <--- -
V i an acre of strawberries by the success attained by S. T. Fan- for larger scale.
market and has asked those expenses are on a of any of the larger! cities of INtT1(1NAL: : FOREST| RFCEHTS
!
a strawberry \ei\ and Clark Howell, pioneer strawberry growers "The work of the Domestic Science-Domestic Art
interested lo meet at the city council hall next doubt the country at the time of the federal! K\tH-.l: !I'ltMIOlS! ( I'EAR:*
Both these gentlemen have proven beyond a department in the schools of the country falls under I
\ : Saturday. August 5th. We hope that there will he that strawberries can be grown here at a big profit (( three distinct heads viz : The Study of Foods, the census, in 1910, the report declared

'. a big attendance and that many growers: and even without the help of an established market. Study of Clothing and Household Management" GIRLS ORDERED TO I Washington Jul-R..ipts from
others with idle lands will pledge a sufficient acre- ,National Fore: ts for this fiscal year'
that with sufficient
:r They are firmly convinced a The Valley Gazette is glad to see this work
.
headquarters for straw WEAR MORB CLOTHESI 1916 reached the hiu! mark uC
Kissimmee water
make i -- --
to be ;increased -
$! age acreage to attract buyers the profits Barr started and urges parents to aid Professor Evans
:': berry buyers next season. .1 I approximately $_, 20OOO. accordingto -
in every, way possible to make it a success. We
,
Louis.-Alton will haveto
women
--b'" We hive not the figures on Mr. Howell's crop I recognize his ability and foresight in this and in ] figures jut compiled This is $3.tJ.It- -
brick ol I wear enough clothing to conceal !IOOO aoothe l'lr!) total which' in
to making the first ,
Kissimmee
", is soon for the ptsl season, but are printing on all of the branches of his work and we predict Beall has
sawdust and now comes a report in the Manufacturer page of this issue a statement furnished by Mr. that whatever he attempts will succeed. themselves" as Mayor given turn exceeded rny previous year. Officials .
baking powder,, orders to policemen to arrest women say that the gain was due to
Record that absolutely pure Fansler showing the profits he made from nine- .--
4 a fine article of silk from which five million dollars lenths of an acre planted in strawberries and other BREWERIES AND PROHIBITION.One who appear in public in transparent increased demand for i.ll classes of

t ( worth of silk stocks were manufactured lasl which could be grown between the rows. fowns. forest products.
have all been produced from this waste ma- crops his The mayor encountered a young There was a decided growth in the
year From this small plat of ground according to .
for of the arguments used by the anti-prohibi- woman on the street whose 'outlines revnue from all the largest
mine sources
veritable
i terial. Here's a gold some figures he sold products which brought him in the :
Florida concern for the grills of the state allow $1000 than $750 of whichwas tiomsts is that when a state goes for prohibition, were so entirely visible that he con- being that of $201,000: in timber sales.
one season over more thousands of employes of the breweries are thrownout ''uded to begin dress reform. The
'
fees showed
each Grazing gain of $77-
tons of sawdust to go to waste year. received for the 5185 quarts of berries he pro- a
/ of employment. Thorough acquaintance with young woman was told to go home 000. Receipts for water power development -
of his
result
duced. And all of this was the own
,( Pu'blic facts, however, show that only a very small per and put something on.
The Committee on Buildings has favorably labor and with the expenditure of only $15 lot were over: $12,000 more than
of such employees remain long unemployed, for
cent
the for 1915. Sales of turpontire privileges
recommending -
reported a bill to Congress commercial- fertilizer. What he has done Mr. Fan EDITOR JACKSON'S START.
in instances the breweries immediately
most
Federal building we and charges for special
of $35,000 on a in who upes
The
expenditure sler others can do. more persons
says converted into factories plants for the produc-
This item Was secured by Congress be- or were<< both considerably in excess of
he
Kissimmee. plant berries the greater the returns, says, tion of servicable commodities. Followingare When C. S. Jackson, editor of the
more ,
home is here.: The site for the the previous :year.
whose
., better market will result ,when berries are '
left
1 cause a Portland (Or* ) Journal Virgin.
a few examples: :
building several ago. Now Officials say that the National For W.
was purchased years produced in large quantities for car load shipmentsand la to to Oregon he had !r i
The Raymann brewery of Wheeling W. Va., is aa a boy go ""'"
Sears and help eats ere important factors lathe proaMpnty
then let' behind Congressman berries F. O. B.
take the at
get here to ,
buyers come notions as to where and
the P. O. Raymann Company, engaged in meat very vague
.
r ,. him to have the work rushed. It has been customary now of the regions in which th yare j
pnces. what Oregon might be. His idea was
; for several of delay to ensue before packing.The. located, on account of the large
years Showing what the strawberry industry means Uneeda brewery of West Virginia is now to make a living and he has done ex-
J definite action has been taken but there is no reason Mr. Fansler slated that more than $100.000) couldbe tremely well serving(' the public and amounts of timber, range, and otherresources
milk
why Kissimmee shouldn't be al-le to get ac- if producing company. I which they. hold available
brought lo Kissimmee each year an acreage himself.
The Benwood brewery of West Virginia is nowtla '
for use as needed Business condition
lion in a reasonable time. for the making of market here -
large enough a chemical and plant lie met a newspaper" man and the
soap -; are rcfl-iUd in th" receipts of
: :- could be secured. I him to work. He
man put
The Fairmount brewery of West Virginia is now newspaper '
Kissimmee is in (he lead. Reports from of the big strawberry markets | the Forests ( on"-<)Uvntly the how-
Again Plant City is one and milk plant. had his board and room, and was
products
th. an ice ; i i'ig for the pa t year j!it regarded nsah
Black Point Camp, near Jacksonville, state it of the state and the following item was recently quite contented.
The I Huntington brewery is now a meat packing -
index of increased business activity
;, Company B. recruited largely from this city and printed in the Plant City Courier: At the end of a month the" man -

] surrounding territory, is the best drilled company "W. R. Griffin and H. E. Wiggins are getting The plant Cedar Iowa brewery said to him, "Mere's your money," throughout the section"sher\- the
Rapids is now a yeast
lr in camp. This in spite of the fact that it is the the Mays & Wiggins packing house ready for the factory and handed him $40. National: struts are found.

youngest company in service. having 'been mustered I building of 500 strawberry refrigerator boxes for The Iowa City brewery is now a creamery and I Thereupon," says Mr. Jackson, "I ;:Mi( -and-Mi- -'". I Frank--- -!Scott.--, of Kontl -

r' in less than a week before the State's Ni' 'the Plant City Growers' Association. wrote home to my 'father: .
; produce -<' Ark are the 'its of thir-
rompany. pare
tional Guard was called for service. Not only ispt I "Messrs. Griffin and Wiggins will begin Mondaywith I The Star Brewing Company of Washington 'Dear Pa: I have my l hoard and ti4ii, "Miii', path of whoa"" Christian/
the company recognized as the best drilled, but the a force of eight men and the work of construction room and $40 a month. I think I am
Pa, is now the Capital Paint, Oil & Varnish Com- .| : "" m- with the letter "A.
company has won top score on the rifle ranges!!: I of the refrigerators will be pushed rapidly doing pretty well.'

i t This ought to make the people of Kissimmee feel I and the boxes will be ready for the heavy move- pany.The North Yakima Brewing Company, of Wash- "My father wrote back to me: I One of the surpriK. in connection

I'I'a just pride in their young men. I ment of strawberries which begins in the latter ington is nova fruit by-products company. "Sam: You tell me you have your with the war i is the effect it has had

-: :- of November each board and and the Czarina of Russia. Foryears
part year. The Salem, Oregon brewery is now making room $40 a month upon
4 NO REFLECTION UPON MINISTERS. "These refrigerators will hold eighty quarts each loganberry -Daytona Journal. Don't take it, you are not worth it.' .' she has suffered with, nervous
juice. (
fwsR -:- and iced ready for shipment weigh more than 500 -New York Evening Journal. prostration, which the great specialists -
: ;- ---
R Recently column after column of publicity has pounds. Express shipments-only will be carried in in Europe) have failed to cure.

been given to the case of the Rev. J. E. Wray a this way as the freight 'movement will go forwa'd THE DISAPPEARING CENT. It is not generally known that An But the war has achieved the impossible -

former Methodist minister who has held pastoratesat in iced refrigerator cars. The 500 boxes being drew. Carnegie's first successful investment and the Czarina is i now quite

Live Oak. Orlando and Lakeland. The press of built for the association will be worth about Last week the Gazette published a puzzle prob- was made in connectionwith her old "..If. It is supp. jed that the

the state has fairly bristled with the stories of his $6000, but it will be necessary for the association lem to which the following answer has been sentin the introduction of sleeping curs demands made upon her time and attTtion -

'' misdoings. They have told of his indictment by to rent many more boxes to handle. their express by one of our readers E. A. Heywood: On this venture he made a profit dover are really responsible, for the

the Federal Court on charges of sending obscene movement. Valley Gazette: My explanation of "the lost I $200,000. cure.

t matter through the mails and of his voluntary entrance "With the other lines of boxes that will be run cent problem" in your last week's issue, is as follows -

Ma + into the Slate Hospital for Insane at Chat- here there will easily be between 3500 and 4000 : When the two men joined their stocks of

r.s r.. I i tahoochie.It refrigerators in service'from Plant City and the investment oranges and sold five for two cents that was at Notice To Readers -

is to be regretted that a man of the Rev. in this one item of paraphernalia for the rate of -2of a cent apiece. 4-5 for two.

s, Mr. Wray's standing should be the subject of such handling the berry crop is $35,000 to 40000." but previously when each sold for himself, one at

: r- adverse publicity, but it is neither a reflection upon 2 for a cent 1-2 cent each, and the other at 3 for

A+ the press nor the ministry that such has been the NEW TRAINING FOR CHILDREN. a cent. 1.3 cent each two oranges brought 1-3 plus I If you receive a copy of the Valley Gazette

case. Some criticism will of course, be visited up- I 1-2 which is 5-6 of a cent, which is more than dent of tie State of Florida you need not feel that and the are a eon-reu-is being

pn the press because as the critics will say it has Today is a practical age. Competition is keenin 4-5 showing a loss under the partnership arrange- tnrnst upon yon without you baring subscribed for it. paper -

seized upon this scandal in order lo cast aspersions every avenue of endeavor. The mere matter ment. 5-6 is 25-30, and 4-5 is 24-30. a loss of If you are not a regular subscriber the is being
sent
upon the clergy. This however is a false prem of making a living however sordid it may appear 1-30 of a cent on each two oranges would be a loss a. an advertisement of Kissimmee and Osceola paper and the subscription you
of Florida and other those who look learning of 30-30 60 the entire stock. 30-30 is county -
of
d ise. The newspapers states from the standpoint upon on oranges is being paid for by the Board of County Commissioners of
but do in the downfall elements of man's higher and cent, which accounts for the one cent myste- .
with few exceptions, not glory and education as one Osceola county from the Special Publicity Fund .
r of any man but they are guided in their publication better self has become a serious problem.In riously missing. __E. A. HEYWOOD.The tax budget each year. provided for in the

of such items by the established rules oft fact the young man or woman who steos It will be sent to yon for several! months with hte hope of inter-

i what is news. It is a recognized principle of the out into the world from the family roof and protection Miami Metropolis: says: "One of the most eating yon in this section: of Honda. If are interested invite

a, i newspaper profession that the extraordinary or unusual must be prepared. Obtaining the necessaries pitiful situation of the day. as viewed from the you i to write for further information, or you write to the we Board

; happenings constitute news. If a man of of life ii no longer an easy task. Our strenuous standpoint of illiteracy and ignorance in \the South of County Commissioners, Board of Trade of yon Kissimmee may Board of Tradeof

little or no prominence is guilty.of a misdemeanor; modern-day system has -made it a battle of is that of the farmers of Georgia who are listeningto SL Cloud or any of ,oar advertisers.

n ,$r if he comes from a class of men who are wont wits. Some are fitted by nature for the battle justas Tom Watson silly-and criminal-tirades We hope that you will read the Valley Gazette each week aid

to frequently commit such acts against the dignity an All-Wise Providence fits the lesser animals, against the dipping vat for the eradication of cattle that we may be the means of bringing here ?:
visitor if
vi .M ,the law then upon this principle the happening but the great majority needs training! and education ticks... The miserable scrub cattle the Texas' permanent resident or an investor. yon as a not asa .

i.* of little or no consequence as a news item. The along the lines of practical everyday problems.Educational fever that infests the lean; herds, these are but indications Remember, If you: *" aol a subscriber nail

.e .reasoning followed in the use .f theRev.. Mr. experts have seen the need of this of the need for missionary work among the State 01 Florida, .. charge will be made to are.a conresidedtof the 1Ubacripti. .I.....-..-...

Wrajr1 M i the reverse. He is a man of prominence. practical training which, had heretofore been neglected them. But Watson is a 'missionary in this instance ... which will be paid by tile County Coamisao.* ,f"ers. -

y Well known in! several Florida cities. He was for the so-called higher learning. who is doing incalculable' injury to the .

'r .rit ber of the ministry. Here then 'are th> point Much criticism has been cast upon 'our schools "Crackers' whom he pretends to love so well." S!

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.... KISSIMMEE VALLEY"GAuna 'Miss R.' Willson, Apopka, spent}f'[I'l.i ORa \\0'Lee,, Jr., Is,. vfsiting'hig l s'.s\ '',yr, buy 'Butter Nut" bread" made I G, L. Bernard, 'of,':T laha lIllIe: was 7"at fuel. . .''under. the-.. boilers' ''' ('uth' ''of1_

'f (lepneae* No. 11.) Saturday; In the city., J i at Arcadia. Heed's bakery. fa the city Thursday. 11 the remaining, elghtoon million cords
.
I j ,
;, Published Every Friday; ,. Rev8.:, W; Lawler left Monday torOrland'o ,Sea'Island'good, quality,' 7 l-2c, at Fancy Dress Ginghams, 9 l-2c! Attorney W., B.. Crawford'made a-..but-in I,not only tusk sorves! casee no is;useful! purpose;, '

w. B. HARRIS .&.,U.'VAN. AUKBW and Jacksonville. Quality ,.Store., the-Quality Store. business trip io Arcadia_ Wednesday, a source of in.
) I. i[convenience And danger and costs :th. ,
.
Mrs. Ri-BifWard, left Monday for Fi A.. Wednesday and Misses L: P."White and A.' P, i Free gifts''' wtih 'every purchase of mill time and money.

'' *,**- <. <>*<-, ********** i; High. Springs, rFlawhcre',>sho. will I' Lincoln spent of. Cincinnati, 0., are stopping at SOc at F, IlvLawsonV,: ',, ;j I Sawmill waste Is disposed of: in va-
Dora'on business.
.
spend two weeks ..visiting her mother, rsday"at'Mt. Gray stone! for a few days. "J rlbus
'. i ; 1| ways. Some goes to the locat
... < '
Weather ; Milledge'TMU Bass;of ,Winter Haven ,
Report Mrs v .
: '
kr George. .. fuel "
When you order bread ask, for."But '' market some to pulp mills or
).IrB. M: F Sear left Tuesday is
? inthe tity assisting.; , 3, Albright,
R. ,B. Ward has purchased the ter. Nut," my by Reed's. bakery' \ 24'-2t Quitman, .?., where'sheT will who' is citrus canker'' Inspector" for !Ito;and wood': distillation plants. Shavings

property of W. M. Tompl< In West I relatives for several k.. j this ". 11 hog cuttings, as ,well.AS other
wait
;
'1n. C j I
: Following .are'daily temperas Kissimmee. The deal was for cash, SG- bleaching, the .12 l-2c" kind, i .Ul\ty milt waste, are sometlmes'used to fill!

r' tures and precipitations Government station as reported -, but the exact amount was not made 9ei; at the Quality Store. <, Mrs. II; E., Brykn and baby i I Joe Davis, who has been) visiting low places In the yard. However?,

at Klsslmnnee by for the week ending public. Miss Emma of Narcoossee Wednesday for Sanford to 'visit !his aunt, Mrs. C.,L. Hyatt, left Wudjnesday : 'the most common met.hod'of getting'
,
', Thursday, July 27, 1916: Tyson Kissimmee Bryan's parents for a week.A I for his home in Greenwood, rid .of waste is by burning/: Wednesday shop I
MaX: Min. Rain Miss Harriet Sherman, of Tampa spent North Carolina. .i iI fire-pit having an opon'fint which,
and Mrs. Rhea H. Lee. of Lakeland baby- boy was born to Mr, j sometimes has a protecting wall ': '
on
Friday __ ____95 71 70 ping.Mrs. 1
Saturday.95 73 ,25 who are c6nnectod with the State John L. Reeves_and children Mrs. W. A. Joiner Monday, July I I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lupfer will entertain the aide. towards the Inlll, or in s :t

Sunday ._ _94 74 Board of Health spent Thursday and visited relatives in Sanford this The little fellow will be named" the members of Mr. Lupfer's burner enclosed on.all four danet: .,

.Monday90 70 2,60 'riday in' KIssimmec. I week. Lee. i iMrs' Sunday school class Friday night At having a spark-arresting screen alt '

(JI Tuesday -- __90 67I4 53. J. M. Paulk who has been the guestof New line American Lady t corsets Oliver J. Ramspott is ,,their home on Verona street, I bot-tom.I

Wednesday.88 .37 from Jacksonville visiting her I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mrs.E. I
? t his brother, W. L. Paulk, left Mon- just received. The .Quality Store. Breaker is '. '
conveyor necessary to bear the
i Thursday.89 day for his home in Cairo, Ga. His Mrs. A. D. Bell. She arrived' M. Frankljn and daughter Irene :
I ,' waste from the! mill to the fire This ,'
wife and daughter will continue their ..Miss May Wightman is spending nesday. and'MaTiraret Winn were a pleasant
-4 HOCM H> KO** > ** ooo I' is usually: a sort of trough with metal :/
r visit with relatives reveral days visiting Miss Landis of party motoring to Kissimmee Park
here for
_,- some Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Morfey of bottom along which a slowly moving :,1'
-- -- - time. Del and.
Sunday.
.s o+ot H OOOOOOOO amge Center were in the city chain or cable, equipped with cleats '; ;

Inspect our stock of toilet waters Attorney M. N. Dunn of Tampa day. :Mrs. Morroy wall en route Mrs. F. H. Williams and two sons, or .buckets, carries the'. waste to the. o!

face creams, soaps and all toilet prep- wds in the city 'on legal business Detroit wherb she goes to spend. who have been guests of Attorney Z. fire.

: iThe Local Field I I.r erations; buy ''a SOc jar of Palm Olive Thursday. eral months. Bass and family for the post week, I A closed burner and conveyor costs .

Cream for 44c, and get three cakesof Mrs. C. E. Lewis returned to I left Tuesday for their home in Albany ,about $12,000 for a mill of a hundred
.
Palm Olive soap free.CORNERDRUG American! Lady corsets are guaranteed Ga. thouoan dfeet daily capacity. Forty ,.
not to rust. Get 'em at the"uoity home Saturday after spending '
of the
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. STORE.F. Store. post week as the guest of her I T. E. Fletcher, of Cordele Ga., theNational I more percent than 66,000 larger board mills;feeD, cutting daily :-' "

'::' and wife here H. Lawson 'and daughter Miss Mrs. J. M. Cochrane who Bank Examiner registeredat with
W. E. Butler were are equipped .closed burners.
ElTie Sanford May of Quincy, Fla., has ied her to Ozona for the week end.Attorney |, the en":
who Graystone
from Lakeland Friday. are spending a two weeks'vacation of Tuesday while 'Forty-five per ceqt have fire-pits. The )
accepted position
a as
at Green Springs are ex- manager Williams of route for St. Cloud to examine the remainder have neither and dispose t'
,
yf a W. B. Crawford made. a business I pected to return home today. Mrs. the Corner Drug Store. was in the city Tuesday going First National Bank there. of their waste in some other way. ( ,

trip to Arcadia Saturday. Jennie Lawson, of Am ricus Ga., is J. Z.- Roberson son Roscoe and the returns of the primary election I The stork stopped at the home 'of I It ,ill'estimated that for a mill of

/ Father Fox, of Orlando, registered their guest there. | Ernest: Green spent Wednesday after- the interest of Sidney J. Cntts, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Barnes Tuesday'one hundred thousand feet capacity ', J

the noon fishing in Boggy Creek. nomination is now being contested :' |the cost of conveying the waste from :;
at Graystonehaturday.Jacobs The Florida Times-Union of Jack night leaving a fine baby girl who \
the machine where it is made and c
Knotts. destroying -
W. -V.
sonville says: Mr. and Mrs. Horace sell"' I will be named Margaret Elizabeth.
W.
; stuffed dates with nuts at you as cheap a's anyone it in a closed burner is 42 '
Raymond have returned to their homein Mother and baby are both doing Well. I :,
the CORNER DRUG STORE. and then giver you something nice P. D. Outlaw, of St. i cents per cord or $10.05 per" day. '-

"4 Kissimmee after cpending a weekor free. F. H. Lawson.Mr. the city Tuesday, having come I i| Mrs. J. L. Oversteret will be the |, Burners seldom bring in any revenue, .
Miss Helen! Jones is visiting relatives ten days in Jacksonville, the guests
to see his son, Jerry Outlaw, who '
hostess for the although in few .r
and Mrs. D. G. and semi-monthly social a cases ashes are
in Front: City for a few days. of friends and relatives. Wagner
daughters motored to Sanford Thursday [J recently injured in an accident meeting of the Eastern Star lodge: sold for fertilizer and in a numberof

Delicious cryftalized fruitJacobsat Nathan Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs.F. afternoon to see the Sanford- | has been forced to get about this evening at her attracti'fj home others the burner furnishes hot r "

the CORNER DRUG STORE. I C. Bryan, returned Friday from Orlando ball game.Do.i't some. timo on crutches. i,on Main street.W. I feed water for tho boilers. I

t Marshallville, Ga., where he has bejn I W. S. Alyea and William Hall, I Both burners and fire-pits add to ;a
.
'J. M. Woodall spent the week-end fail to F. II. Lawson | Gibbs of Honolulu Hawaii ar- the insurance
visiting relatives and packing peaches to come St. Cloud visitors in the rats on lumber, and in
with friends at Green Gove Springs.l l (since the close of the school at Maryavillj a'nd do your trading and get a were businets connected rived Tuesday and spent some time II the case of the pit on the mill Itself. ., 1
Tuesday on
Jacobs whipped cream milk choco- Tenn., where he attended the gift. !I the proposed Central Florida Int looking. Gibbs at has real been estate values here.Mr. In order to reduce the fire hazard to ri

] Uc at the CORNER DRUG :past winter. I urban Railway Company which connected with I I zero, in the case of the burners it Is-.
STORE.I
; I Jlrs.:: Lewis O'Bryan and Misses Lola the stock raising and sugar growing
necessary to keep'a1\ lumber at ;
piles
Howclls the Miss' Lavinia Wenner and Miss 'aryl' Lottie Lawler are expected to to build a line from Sanford, throu :interests before coming to the United tl
:Mrs.: S. Dean spent j least one hundred and fifty feet away .
Helen of return next week from extend Orlando, KiBsimmce and St. Cloud States.
the Wennsr an
Sawyer & Saw-
Or-
week end with her daughter at I from the burner. The matter Is much
,yer book store, spent the week at visit in New York City. the East Const. v.
I I
lando.J. I' Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhatter left I worse in the case of pits, especially!!

of I Kissimmee Park, the guests of Miss The plans are being made for (the A bad taste in the mouth comes ,['Thursday for an jxtended'..trip'through. the open ones, which must be kept .
M. ;Montsdoca, Whittier spent | ;Emily Fairbanks. Miss Mamie With-
quarterly Sunday school conventionto a disordered stomach, and the Eastern states. Their 'itin--j three hundred feet away from the
.
here looking after business !
Saturday Y""
in of
"
was charge the store in
erspoon 'of that is usually a totpid liver: ', ; mill and five hundred feet from
held afternoon includes visits away
f inttreBts. : be on a Sunday eratty in Baltimore :
i their absence. '
t I about the middle of August. I condition'which invites disease. | Md., Washington, D. C., Columbia I any lumber-piles. When nearer than

_ _Sam Barber and L. C. Robertson of Gus Smith and "Biddy" Shearouse BINE is the remedy needed. It !I|' Pa., and Duncanon, Pa., which was 'these distances from the mill and ,

Boggy Creek, were visitors in the city spent Wednesday in Tampa, where Fred Bass, Edgar Katz and E. C. I rects the stomach and makes the Mrs. McPhatter's old home. On the i:yard respectively, the insurance sates

. S45_ Saturday. I they went to make arrangements for Dusenbury were among those who I er active and regular. Price BOc. return trip they wilt visit in Atlantic mount up rapidly with closer proximity -
.. H went to Sanford Thursday to see the by Osceola Pharmacy.Mr. I until until become
they
the appearance of the Kissimmee City N. J., then spend sometime with practIcally ,
I
F. Parker and I
Mr. and Mrs. George Sandford-Orlando ball .
Miss Helen Jones visited relatives in I|Concert Band at the South Florida game.J. and Mrs. C. W. Funk and relatives in Greensbora d Hickory nearer prohibitive when the fire-pit ist '
Fair and Gasparilla Carnival duringthe N. C. They will return home about than one hundred ,, et. i
Orlando Friday. D. Jeffords P. K. Weaver A. W. Dwight Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
coming winter.Mr. Gustus O. C. Pierce and Albert Bear- Clain of Union Center Mr. and 'September' 1st.ADVERTISED. No well managed mill would'pro.,
duce waste if it GOuld be avoided. )
Jacobs. "made last night" candies den motored to Sanford Thursday afternoon S. Phillips of Kissimmee, spent r
and Mrs. C. W. Griffin and
This however
is not possible the.
received fresh at the CORNER DRUG the OrlandoSanfordball LETTERS. so
to see day with Mrs. John Spreng In
daughters, Alma, Norma and Carolyn ;next best thing .is to seek out tome, $
STORE each week. of her birthday. Mrs. Spreng
returned from automobile game. 'c'I
an tripto method of
Advertised list for two weeks end- utilization of the waste so. "
ceived little tokens of '
Miss Violet Gilbert is here from I Jacksonville and New Emyrna F. H. Lawson and daughter Miss many ing August 7, 1916: it will pay for its disposition. The- .
brances. Mrs. Funk and her
Plant City visiting at the home'of Tuesday. At the latter place they Effie, and their guest, Mrs. Jennie Berrie, W. W.; Bryant Mrs. Victoria Forest Service is working on this
ter will remain with her a few days.Stings
A. S. Gilbert and family. visited relatives, while in Jacksonvillethey Lawson. of Americus, Ga., returned ; Cromedy, Willis; Colman: Albert ,problem but has not yet found a satisfactory II: q

visited Lawrence Griffin who is home lait night from a two weeks or bites of insect that ; Ellison John W. Hill Josie solution. .
Dr. S. M. Worley a prominent ; ;
Second'
member of the
physician of St. Augustine, was a a Band Regiment- outing at Green Springs.R. followed by swellings, pain or }4t Johnson Mrs. Mauie; More, Bish; I

Thursday visitor, in this city. .. R.. Hamilton, of New York, 'is should 'be treated promptly as Samuels, Electee; Sullivan Mr., and ,DERBYSHIRE"
ry' Mr. and Mr. C. M. Frazure and' vistiing his brother, 3. Hamilton, a< are poisonous. BALLARD'S ]Mrs. John; :Thobio, ..Henrik:; Tlllmon,

H;s'w. Boise,,, of the Osceola Hard' family, of Miami, who have been the Kissimmee Park. The Mes.rs.Ham." LINIMENT counteracts the. Elkk. Doc Cum Practice: fM.t specialettcfrtioii .

r,, C5kj\Company force, enjoyed a va- guests of W B. Harris and family, ilton\; own a- grove at Kissimmee Parka It la both antiseptic and healing. .B: B. SIMPSON, 'Postmaster. to Obstetrics sn4. Pletsses etWaeea

cmtiori this week at Green Springs. ]left Saturday in their car en route 25e, 60c and $1.00'per bottle.
d the first named Mr. Hamiltoncame orncr ovru VAIACT DRUG: STORE
for their home. They were former by Osceola Pharmacy.S. MssiMMrc. rt*.
Wanted-To employ several agentsat down to look over the property.J. SAWMILLS HAVE BIG RMM K_ ....... taw Office ra.ae--
once. Those who need' work and 'residents of Kissimmee and were extended C. Cooper and 0 E. Cox,
'
M. Davidson, of arrived .
number Arcadia
of social courtesies
a - --
I How! the Gulf
mean business apply Osceola I seating Refining
while in the city. Wednesday to accept a position as spent some time here this week YEARLY ITEM OF WASTE
clerk in the office of John L. t
Sam Story, who is now employed deputy
; ; I inovcr tl-; field with a .view
;
Mrs. A. Tress Frances
:l nt Tnvures, spent several days here and.daughter. Overstreet clerk of the court. Mr. I building tajiks and establishing Vulcanizing Inner Tubes25c
This week the guest of friends nnd returned Tuesday from an extended Davidson formerly lived here, being Washington.-There ore more than
here, Mach Bros. have
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visit with relatives in Beaver agency /
sawmills in
relatives. corrected for a short time with an '' 48,000 the United States,
I Falls Pa. On their return trip they uh>t Tact company in this city. hu-: ding the products of the and their output of waste in the form a Patch

A fresh shipment of Jacobs can visited< with Mrs. J. S. Ortega f> r coma time and will likely act of sawdust shavings slabs anl other I 41

dies just received including a fullf t' ( nee Rose Trsss) at Jacksonville and Members of the fire department; HKOiils when the plant is built h 'i wood refuse is estimated at 36 milii,," General Auto Repairing z:'

line of lOc package goods.CORNERDRUG with Lawrence Tress, who is a mem- surprised Frank Jones, one of their Miss Kate Miniilcr of cords per year. This is equal to over -

STORE.J. ber of the N. G. F. stationed at Black i umber, on Tuesday night and pre- N. c., a l beauty specialist, has four and a half billion cubic, feet of 25c an Hour *

I Point. M'nteil him and his bride with a fine to locate in Kissimmee and will waste, which is the capacity of a bin
T. Burchhalter, Wm. and Harry I rocking chair. 'Mr. and !Mrs. Jones I ''
one half mile high with base
'' \ a covering -
motored a laboratory here about ScptemI"t. 1 Cars Cleaned d and Oiled d
Arnold and Prator Gilbert Sergeant H. R. Clark of Company will entertain the fire company at She will be located in the a forty acre lot. Or, considering .
to Canoe creek Saturday and spent B, N. G. F., arrived Tuesday from their home in East Vine street next the each cord to contain eighty cubic feet
the day fishing. Black Point to spend a furlough with itu; formerly occupied by 75c
Tuesday. of solid wood with all the cracks and
friends and relatives here. He states Cafe at the corner of Darlington I t

Lieut. Jarrell), of Company B of the that the boys are rapidly rounding into A dispatch from Washington states I nue and Broadway. The new con,' air spaces taken out, these 36 million .,
National Guard of Florida now stationed the 'cords would make a block of wood'''
of will be operated under name ,
shape and that monotony of drilling \ that P. A. Vans Agnew, formerly ARllURluFNESPhone
Black Point Saturdayand more than a quarter of a mile on each
nt spent the Florida Perfume Company.
has been relieved by rifle practiceon this city and now located in Jacksonville .

Sunday here.J. the and actual battle lessonsin has been chosen a director in edge. '
range hard work in bent 81-L
Doing a or j j Perhaps one-half of this so-called
'he National Defense League. The
.. H. Reed went to Tampa Wed the field. other director from Florida is Adjutant i ing position puts a stitch in the waste product is not strictly speaking Oi MKIind I.I., iitvttt IrMtoi SlId Ctwck StRING
nesday to accompany Mrs. Reed home that is painful. If the muscles wasted but useful
Jim Wallace colored, appeared before General J. Clifford R. Foster, of I serves a purpose
from the hospital where she recently of the become strained, you can't get rid of
Judge Murphy county the Florida National Guard.
underwent an operation. I court Tuesday and pleaded guilty to without help. The greatest 000000000000000000000900 O OOOOOOOO OOO ;; 'O-;;;;;;; :

Mr. and Mrs. Charley Williams and'aggravated assault. He was sentenced When the baby suffering the double ing power of BALLARD'S .
1 affliction of hot weather and bowel LINIMENT will appeal to you !
two children and Mrs. A. P. Munn, of to serve six months in the con
needed is Me- strongly at such times because it
vict Wallace was charged disorders, the remedy :
the Boggy Creek settlement, were in camp. t
the eity Saturday shopping.T. with shooting another negro at Deer GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It reduces the the very' thing you need. Price TWICE ]

Park and was arrested, and broughtto feverish condition corrects the stomach 50* and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by

L. Bryan special!! agent of the Kissimmee lily Young Tindall. and checks the looseness of the ceola Pharmacy. 1.,

Atlantic Coast Line was a visitor in bowels. Price 25c and SOc per bottle. "
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moody of Na- According to the If You Are
the city for several!! days this Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. tame of
on business for the.company. weak([ ranja, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cau- Times-Union Sunday's t
| ley and baby, of Goulds, who have Friends of Mrs. Silas Latta will regret Birmingham News contains in

R. F., Holland represonting tho Co- been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. to read the following notice of society section a photograph of r !

-" lumbia Drug Company, of Savannah: Roberson for the past week left her illness Iw ich appeared In a Guthrie Lorene Donegan, of Kissimmee .

Ga., with headquarters at Orlando Tuesday for Orlando. From there Oklahoma paper recently. 'Mrs.' is visiting Miss Lillian Chambers __Lonesome r;

. was here Monday calling on the t.r&de'l) they will visit Apopka Jacksonville Silas Latta of Kissimmee Florida, Birmingham. Miss Donegan is
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Pablo and from there to Miami. who has been the guest of the George known in Jacksonville,, having
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Parker and quently visited here and her > j j J& t
While in this city they motored to Latta family was stricken with par- I ;
Miss Helen Jones spent Thursdaywith friends here end elsewhere-will be
Tampa for the week end. alysis yesterday and is in a critical \ .
Rev. A. M. Chisholm and familyat condition. This is the third stroke. rested to know that she is

their summer homo near Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lee Misses ing .i..ny social courtesUs dining See Our Window Display

Ethel and Mildred Lee Miss Edna When you feel l lazy, out of sorts and visit. ...
'j Mr. and Mrs Eugene Bryan left ,
Schweikart Mr, and Mrs. D. W. Al- yawn a good deal in the daytime you ,
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in their for ten days'visit w
Saturday car n
-f.-; derman and baby,-DeRheta, Mrs. G. B. can charge it to a torpid liver which .
with relatives in Marshallville The Strong Withstand the Heat ,
: "It' has allowed the to full of
Josephine
'fL.. Reynolds and daughter, Miss system get Summer Better Than the Weak

" -', Georgia. and Fred M. Bass motored to impurities. HERBINE'cores all...- 014 people who are feeble,and COLE JEWELRY CO. r

: 'othing' better for dessert than Windermere Wednesday afternoonand I orders prodnoed by an inactive liver. people who are weak will bestrenlthe

d .I P3 nsetta cream. Tell ua when you enjoyed a swim in Lake Butler. strengthens that organ, cleanses wad enabled to go through the

1 want it. We will have it there on the Returning they stopped at the San 'tHe bowels and pott tht system in good lag Grove's beat Tasteless of summer Chill by Tonie.taking It Jewelers( and ()Optometrists

t......... minute-BOc the quart.-CORNER Juan hotel in Orlando where they healthy condition Ww' ''BOc. Sold by wad eariclhes the blood and builds f4

i ,.. DRUG STORE. made a merry dinner party. Osceola Pha rt iAj,,c *-*'* the whole system. SOc. ... !.. '
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"" PACES ., '. THE 'KISSIMMEjE' .VALLEY ,GAZETTE ? I FRIDAY, JULY'S' *,;J91 ,H.

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., tJOLL WEEVIL!) CUTS.COTTON Florida Experiment: Station ,would r I FLORIDA STATE'COLLEGE! ":

CROP 20 PER CENT;: TO DATE. discouiag such practices: Even -,,,here WELL KNOWN RIVERMANGJVES'ACCOUNT, FOR WOMEN CATALOG' I

Agricultural News Notes the land h.." been cultivated within -

A The cotton' croup Florida has-al. the last few week thorough prepare : ; The catalog of the Florida State

FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA' ready been1 cdt) Ht least 20 per cent' by ation will pay.' Furthermore, it is College for Women for 115 18, with

t COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE the boll weevils. C. C. Hare field' usually hard to geta Lund of sum-: OF' HIS EXPERIENCECAPT. announcement for 1916-17, h'u.e. e
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agent tor 'the United States Bureauof mer crops. The weeds and; grass ,
.J Crop Estimates,' who<, Is stationed grow fast and young cultivated plantsare .....-- from, the. press, and ia being distributed

SEAL SILO WHEN 'IT IS FILLED. ville. If the wood is clean permission .. at' the Univeiotiy of Florida, says apt to be smothered.Mr. J. P. SHARP, OF GOVERN. by the college. It is a neatly

I will be given to move it. that before the weevil began its Clayton suggest that the land MENT STEAMER TELLS OF printed volume of 154 pages and attractively '
when it -is exposed work he ,never saw better cotton be plowed ,-br disked thoroughly and .
'Silage always .spoils To move stocky without certification HIS TROUBLE-TANLAC HAS bound. ,Besides the State; ,,%., /
prospects in tho state. ,Tho cent- worked, down: This will make a good "
to the air. Consequently, unless is. per MADE ,\ NEW MAN OF ME, boards in charge of the educational
violation of tho'
a law
and of-
age in the last ,)report should have seed bed and kijl\ the first crop: of HE SAYS j <,
It is protected a layer about eight fenders C&lbo\ held responsible. It is been more than '100 instead .of 83. weeds so that the catch crop will have work of Ute State, it present Interesting -'

inches deep spoils at the top of the probable that some growers and nurserymen Mr. Hare najs that tho average time to get a'foothold before it must Almost every man, woman and statements as to tho history. ; ;

Bilo. C. L. Willoughby, .professor of have not thought of bud- grower not in the weevil) district does compete with weed. The'extru expense child along the course of the St. localon and equipment of the college. '
animal husbandry 'in the University not realize the seriousness of .the Insect. win be amply repaid by hi greater -* satisfaction larger
wood ;
u stock. If this had One .noteswins\ ,
nursery It i is especially dangerous. in yield ,and better quality, of hay.: '
; of Florida ':llere of' Agriculture ac-quainted in several departments
J been understood deal of trouble equipment
a great sea island districts where it is pro- Hay that is half crab grass and weeds ,
recommends. that the silo be sealed I and a list of faculty members and .Z.L#
', could have been avoided. The vided with food, over a long: period. is poor feed. It costs no more to raise JJ. P. Sharp of Jacksonville, who for officers and assistants comprising 60( :'V*, I
when it is full. movement of budwood has been Last the weevil all l1ct than half of I
responsible year made rapid cowpeas or )I1 more than sixteen ycais has been names. Information, important to ", !,:
Grass straw or hay may be run for the introduction of cottony progress throughout the cotton terri either and the remainder woods. It I i 1
master of steamers and dredges for those who expect to ga to college ,$
through the cutter and blown on too cushion scale, scaly bark, canker I tory. If it cprcads as irpidly, which costs no more to harvest ,a good crop 'the U. S. next is gen -a' "to various ocl *;
and other citrus diseases into is unlikely this it did last than a one and the returns will Engineering Department. year.
1 of the Mlntre, Oats sown on top of many I year as poor organizations, college disciplineexpenses ,\
this will;I FJ) i tut and form a turf tint communities where such diseases did the whole o{ cotton producing Florida be more than twice as grut. i Captain Sharp called at the Bettes' lege of attendance and life in .$

will protect th( silage. It IB (cheat.r not exist formerly.The |I will be infested.. It is likely to Clean hay finds a ready market, and '. Pharmacy, and in an interesting con- the college home. The organization !*

to ;ut on this top dressing and let it regulations apply not only to spread faster here than elsewhere because ;if any excess of such hay is produced 'I versation with E. B. Elder, the Tan- of the college comprises the Graduates ', '

spoil than to let the silage spoil. wood sold to another 'person, but alsoto of the log season cotton. Sooner it can be sold at a good profit. Weedy lac representative, made the follow- School; the College! of Arts and "
wood moved fron> one property to or later it will cover the cotton hay can hardly find a market. '
ing statement: Sciences;, the School of Education and :
Brother. Inspection must be made section.
CULTIVATION OF SWEET "
Normal School as having subdivisions .
POTATOES PAYS before the stock can be moved. The boll weevil reached Madison EXPOSE CROWN ROOTST "I suffered with chronic indigestionand the Training School, the College .'
county last year: It is not so serious stomach trouble for five or six I II of
OF FOOTROT TREES I High School and the Review .-. '
Sweet potatoes are so easily raiscO SELL YOURSELF SOME HAY. there thjs year, but it will not be long years and found nothing that would I! Courses for elementary professional -t,i

that they usually raise .' themshesiThe before it "spreads' over the remaining help me until I was told about Tanlac. | students; the special School of Art -*
farmer considers his Folks like bargains., If they can (counties. Farmers can depend on Foot-rot of citrus trees always de- Division
average and Music the '
task completed when he !sets the buy at cost they will often go to town this spread. It is sure to come and velops rapidly when the soil and at- I am now on my second bottle of the I' of Expression Extension ;and the Sum- "",II*

plants, according to C. K. McQuarne, ind load up with things! they do not they should prepare for it. The wee- mosphere are moist. It is advisableto medicine and feel like a different man. mer College School A department of Business "',',

state agent for the University of need just because they are. cheap. If | vil can be; controlled by the proper keep the crown roots exposed and "Before I began taking Tanlac, II I I a division of correpondencostudyt / \

Florida _Extent.ion'Jiviion./ Sweet the merchant placards his goods at methods! but it will never be controlled especially during the rainy season, was always upset, nervous and out of and a division of high school *,,. '

potatoes do not need much cultivation cost he has no trouble in selling his I by raising cotton and givingit according to A. P. Spencer, district shape. I suffered a great deal with j service are to 1 be inaugurated(, in 191l-

.; but the little they do need is stock and a great many farmers take .' free reign in the fields./ "--- agent for the University of Florida bilousness and constipation, my appe- 17 and are announced ,in the catalog. ; '

i essential. There is probably no crop advantage of the great sacrifice that,; Extension Division. This allows the : tite was poor and my meals hardly 'I A most important and? interesting/ -;)
that will respond more !generously toe must l 1'1' ma<)e in thirty days.It PURE CULTURE METHODOF areas to dry out and hence checks the I ever agreed with me. I finally got so section of the catalog 1't t the register.

little care. is funny there are !so many" ho I APPLYING FUNGI. disease. Sometimes further treatment nervous that I actually dreaded to see : This shows that for the par from .'; .

After the vines'' have formed and never think of selling themselves is given by applying Avcrna- night come as I could not cl ep. Gas June 13, lM."i.!)) to the present thero of'

co\"ered the beds they can be depended something at cost Take hay for in I Several weeks ago the county rius Carbolincum.Mr. would form on my stomach, causing a have been enrolled. in nil ccirtments! | ''|: .
upon to care for the weeds and stance. Some farmers raise hay hilt !' agents of the (citrus counties met at I Spencer says that a r'Nlt many heavy, uncomfortable feeling; with a''' RIO students" cominir I from, 52 counties -

grass, but until then they should be they are not as numeious as they nkeland] with Frank Sterling of the old foot-rot gloves in Florida that burning, sensation. I was also trou- I of Flondii, and fiuni, 14 other ,;:

f cultivated. Until the plants )become -hould be. in I'lorida. Other farmers>'State Plant Board to receive instruction were almost past bearing have been bled n good bit with heart burn and : states. The (oll"ge: of Alt and ?

established they are not capable} of buy hay and still others do without :t. : ill the application of pure cultures brought! back to profitable bearing was often overcome with dizzy spells.. Sciences. has had I'M! sttide-it-i. the ee 1

competing with Weeds and arc apt to Vfithef, practice is 1)l'o/HaLle/ Noith- of whitefly fungi. The board is shout the only treatment those trees I lost a good deal of strength and Normnl School" 27:1:!, the Summer!

d lie smothered or stunted. With little 'in farmersome. tini
3 cultivation they will make quicker ( innnot afford to raise hay That is fungus at cost, because restrictions. earth from the crown roots. "1 became interested in Tanlac I number attended. the various special ''

growth and an earlier crop. true somo times, for the price<< may have been. placed on transportation! of I through several friends of mine who schools and short ('our"I I

8h't Cultivation should be continued lie too low to pay them for the trouble fungus material from one grove to A F.rn That Walk had been benefited by the medicine. I The- book contain a Lisle of con L'
of Rut in Florida anoth. The walking fern Is nalhe of the Since Tanlac I
only until tie vine have become large harvesting it taking actually feel Vents and a complete a..1.. 1 \ ill uablo t
enough to cope with the weeds If it (the margin of profit, Fvvt-etened by A. P. Spencer distl jet agent for United SI' ii 1 leu' It Is found In (...rtfttn that I have been made all over again I II index. "

ill given later than that it is apt to interfere freight rates, is always wide enough the University of Florida Extension localities of the pastern Mate and '' I no longer suffer with indigestion, '
1 t with the formation of potatoes to make home production profitable. I Division, reports that the results obtained westward to Kantian, usually growing'on my appetite is good and I sleep well I
moss covered heksor the
ana with the root system. Suppose<< that northern hay is selling by agents in distributing the bases of clIfTs. The fronds near, when at night. Tan be has helped me i M RFULREM.fYSTOMACHFu| Y
w. for $20 per ton. Suppose again material have been satisfactory. In fully developed: are from six to twelveor than anything else I have ever takeni|

f CATERPILLARS ATTACK that the Florida farmer can produce a Brevard county the agent, A. R. Niel- fifteen Indies! long their tips reaching but I am going to continue to take it Y.

SWEET POTATOES ton of hay for $10 to $15. He could so'n, has sprayed the material into down Into the mows or crevices of because I am satisfied that I will get I ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCEGall

ell himself that hay at cost: and keep several groves and has found a rapid tbe rocks, where they develop young even more wonderful results. I expect Stones Cancer and Ulcers of the

: Caterpillars attack sweet potatoes the difference, which he would have distribution of the fungus. He be- plants of two or three tiny fronds. Ata to tell my friends about what it Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication ..., i ,

almost every, year. In some sections to pay for northern hay, in his pocket. lieves that this method is much more later stage, a mans of fine rootlets has done for me." Yellow] Jaundice, Appendicitis Rand

they may not be troublesome but in That five or ten dollars is worth sav- rapid than the old method of placingthe forms and holds the little rosettes In Genuine Tanlac is sold in Kissim- other fatal ailments r, ,ult from I

f others they may defoliate the crop. rng. It is probable also tht the profit material in the trees on leaves (position. After several months tile mee exclusively by J. Z. Roberson; in Stomach Trouble. Thousands of
t long frond to which the little plant to
They are between ene end two inches would be grerter, since the price of and twigs. attached becomes withered and the St. Cloud by Seminole Pharmacy; in Stomach Sufferers owe their complete -

t long and are marked with broad, dark northern hay is usually higher than I Pure cultures eliminate the possibility young fern nenda! out' fronds which produce Kenansville by Phillips Bros.-Adv. recovery to Mayr's Wonderful -

narrow orange and brown stripes. $20 and hay probably can be producedin I of introducing diseases. A new /plnnts. It \\a Mild that In a Remedy. Unlike nny other for Stomach -
Place Kisnlmmoe; named
s, They feed on the leaves of sweet potatoes Florida cheaper than $10 a ton. j number of diseases could be carriedto few years n single plant under favor over" near Ailment. For sale by J, Z. Ra-
"Campbell. I knew the assessor of
t and on a number of other a grove on cultures that were not able conditions will! develop lato a berson and druggists; everywhere. q
University Palm Beach had lot of
county a
property
; plants. I pure or on dried fungus material whole colony.
scattered all this but <
over county J
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They may be controlled in the suggests that any excess that may be I'from other groves. I '
Conundrums. this is the first time that I've had a
sweet potato field with poisons, according oroduced will find a ready market.
I What the betweea tip that he'd to
la difference over
a gone puncture "
., to J. R; Watson, entomolo- Buyers do not care where hay is pro-: STEM END, ROT LIKELY TO
watchmaker and a Jailer! One sells 'Osceola.-Palm Beach Post.
gist to the University of Florida Ex. iuoed if it is good. They will pay FOLLOW SCALE iNS1: :CTS. watches; the other watches rolls. You're ,right,. Thorn; that's where 'SAWMIlT "

periment Sti probably .the ,best poison Use one perhaps a few, commissions for good Scale insects not only damage citrus one? In a barreL MACHINERY ?* ,I

pound of the powder or two poundsof ,home grown hay.A fruits themselves, but they are ,
the paste to 50 gallons of water. large acreage of melons and likely to be the forerunners of stem A Lucky Littfa Boy. LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your I AND '

Spray the vines' ntil they are thor- spring vegetables!,\ have been harvest- end rot. Stem end rot is ,caused by The little boy In the picture! Is Finley ALL UPPUES -.:
;" ,oughly wet. If dusting is preferred, i .ci this year. Any of that land which a fungus which ;s unable to enter the J. Blicpar.!. Jr:, and the lady In bill Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my
I mother!, bj adoption/ Mrs. t'luley J.Shcpnrd husband of LaGrippe and Fever after I Write For PncesAnd
A each part of the lead arsenate pow s not occupied will yi"ldootl!,\ returns fruits except where a wound or weakened
formerlIIKS; Helen Miller the doctor's medicine and other remedies
der should be mixed with four partsof if prepared for hay crops. | tissues! give them entrance. That CatalogueMAXWELL
Gould. Tills little boy was niL un- failed."
ari slaked bnv Dust I> the leaves the disease is usually found at the i,
LULA C ROACH Drifton Fla.
y until they are well covered with the ] LUMBER COMPANY:'; OFFERSCORN |I stem end is. because it finds conditions I tINSURANCE
s Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c.
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mixture. :'; CLUB SCHOLARSHIPThe for entrance favorable there. I

One treatment. usually! enough. I I Scale insects usuallycollect at t'lestl'm ,

However i if the /iI'i! i is not thoroughanother : list of scholarships offered! to : end and weaken the tissues
I :]: for: S LIe
will lie nec.ssary. The broods "io\'s in agricultural clubs i is growing:' 'around the stem Since the spores

are about a month apiirt rapid\/ Some of these scholarships 'of the fungus are usually abundant . 12 Passenger Stanley Steamer

t are offered by county officials, some infection is almost sure to occur if Auto perfect ordcral-
CROP RESIDUES; by Imnks and business men, and! some 'the .c'is.-a'! .e has hl'en'in the grove during -
most new, swift, quiet, reliable -
\KHOK DISEASE i re given by railroads and other pub- a year or two pre\ious The
3 litutilities ill tltutoin". The latest fruit, chops! and decay sets in. If inPJction and economical, can HOUSE

+ The favorite testing places! for diseases scholarships repotted to G. L. Her occurs late in the reason decay be converted into a truck in

which attack plants I iv 1-1: the n."- '' rington, boys', club utr"nt for the UniMTstij I"' nu y not develop until after the 5 minutes. Glad toshow and COFFEE

mains of those plants whuh r.re left of Florida Extension DIMion: fruit is picked and shipped: test car., Cost *2300. Will :
in the field after hnr\','st. It is customary 'ire two from the East (onst,, Lumber j II, K: StevIIL, plant pathologi-t to
take ?1400 cash.
to leave the cull! fruits and. | Company of Watertov | t the t'ni\ersity of Florida Experiment I Is Perfect

stems of spring( truck crops in the This company is inti' tested in the Station, recommends that growers. W L. COOPER, Coronado, Fla. Ask-Your Grocer
field. Any diseases which attacked,!I igticultural d"\elftpm-lit! cif the section watch, c'losely] for scale insects If l J
those crops are thus ncouingecl to'' through which it operates and 't they become numerous they should he
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attack future Hops' Insects and the' has given one each in Baker and Columbia sprayed with a.good contact insecticide
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1 spores of fungus diseases ere cjpa- (counties for corn clubs. The Spraying: may have to be repeated OOOO'O'
file. of living over in the residue of scholarships include transportation to'': once or twice to keep the fruit

i spring crops or in soil. They are thus Gainesville and bouid and lodging'!' free from scales until the picking set- : and REAL ESTATELet

ready '.o attack when another crop is luring the.boys' short course- at the son. rCM

t planted.C. j University of Florida beginning Deretnbjr Pruning the dead wood is also a us insure your Life your Health your Property.

K. McQuarrie, state agent for 4th. 1 good. precaution The fungus lives w
t the University of Florida over in dead wcod and is ready to infect -. Information in regard to property for

d ment Station, suggests that Experi-I SOY BEANS MAKE HAY fruit when favorable conditionsarise. sale and rent cheerfuly: given.

+ mains' of such crops be collected and CROP OR HOG FEED. Dead wood should be removedand + In addition to fifteen other good
destroyed as soon as harvest is over. I burned. This will 1 lessen greatlythe companies, we !
The soy bean is one of the legumes chances for spread of the dis now represent the well known
,
.I: that may be grown in Florida. Anyfarmer'who ease. HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York
: to interfere with most diseases and will be fhort; of conc'ntrates -
!i insects and they gradually accumulate ,,, for hog feed will find them excellent SUMMER HAY CROPS n. c:;;.. 'i7QTAGNFR: : ,

-1 unless something is dono to hold ,i, in combination with sweet pojtatoes. NEED GOOD SEEDBED.A ; ; Second Floor Gtizens Bank Eldg. I Klssimmee: Fla. ; : i
c ; them in check. I When they arc to be fed to ,
'R I,hogs the seeds should be allowed to large acreage of summer catch .....it.oo.o..oo.oo.OOt.oo.oooo.oooo.o o. ...... . .

: BUDWOOD MUST NOT BE 'mature.' If, however, they are de- crops for hay is planted each year. In Photo by Amertcaa Par AMoclatton.HVB - -- ,;:;s ,

?d MOVED WITHOUT INSPECTION sired for hay they shoulci be (' ttn vt1'' e bloat cases these crops are planted on 7. I. anar.au AJIJ nag ADOPTBD f
i I'I ,rly stages when tho beans are showing land that has been occupied by mel- 110. I

Under the Florida Plant Act of 1915 : in the pods. ons, vegetables, or some other spring known waif picked up on the street WHERE: SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? ;)

r A and under the nursery inspection laws Soy beans require about ninety daysto crop. Such land probably is in fair of New York and later adopted by Mrs. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. ,Florida ,
of practically every state, budwood mature, and may be sown ae late condition to receive another crop, and Bhepard. The photograph is the latestof Gainesville State College for Women ""
'"U'considered nursery stock. The rea- aa August 1st. They do not do wellon the common practice is to plant summer the lad and was takea only 'a few Tallahassee ;
v .otf' for this classification is obviouswhen high sandy land, and C. K. Mc- crops without further prepara- days ago. Investigate its advantages Before Ah Institution of the Highest Rank

one remmbers that insect pesti Quarrie, state agent for the University tion. Choosing Your College for the Education of Young Women W -'Ii

and di.eai 'a can be transferred as j of Florida Extension Division H. G. Clayton, of the University S PILLS 436 Students from 61 Florida coun-689 Students from E2 Florida Coun- o\
CHICHESTER ties and 24 States and Coun-ties "
;.esH7.on budwood aa on nursery ,recommends that they be placed on Experiment Station would discouragesuch \ Foreign and 11 States 1915-16. TAtal (
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v ''atpck.: ; Growers and nurserymen who |jflatwooda. On such soil they will\ do practice Even where the land -f-4KpL 1 It: I.A il.rr .,.i.. _.U fcf... Summer tries 1916-16.School. Total 818 Including' Including Summer School. ' ,?i'

irfah, to move bud wood should apply'better than cowpeao. The mamotn Has been' cfcKlvated within tM past ....,. -- Write at once for Catalog.
s t( ,for'jnspoclloiv.ta' F. M. O'Byrno. nnr'eery "yellow ia p.otibl7.the best varietyfor few\ weeks thorough preparation will ". _ IIU .. Write at once for Catalog.? EDWARD CONRADI President. ':;
Florida. Sow. in drille -k.J ,a._a. A. A. MURPHREE, President. 29-7t
Inspector to the State Plapt -three feet pay. we .
,Board. University of Florida, Gaines- i''apart and cultivate. H. G. Clayton of the University of SOl1 BIDf SiSEVL&flllIER6
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' a"i DAY.> JULY 28, 1916..,. .. . -.. VALLEY GAZETTE .. t ?AGE7


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NOTICE DESCRIPTION OF LAN Da 'OWfJER Tax: 'and:'Co.t.. I .. I
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.) Motif 1.1 hereby grrven that the following, ''de.crlbed. land *o much.I' Iota: 1 Stand' (.Block 11 _.-."'.___..J., .JiCl.l'rfn ,-...-,; ..-,--,..-.. UII.45'E' 'Satu dt1.JI Specials .'at it
I thereof m.. will be n.OK..ary to pay Jh. amo>>nt- due for taxe Ilereln art op- d and t --.":'''-'' .-.---..-..- A. ; L\"lJan; \ .___..?,.,??- 4<<1.41
po.lte to the nma. together with the cot of/ such .al. and adv.MIlniT, will rota 2 Bic.ckir:: : l' ?....?..?_?-. 188.4S '
b. aold at J'uhlla/puctlonon' the Fourth day of $e A. I>. 1910. In Lola 0 and 7, .BI ;k..if":1. :::::=:. K. 4' Lvl ey __..-r..,_ ...,.._.. 87.81
front of the Clfy Hall door. at. KLU.immae, County fit ojcjeolla. '.n* State. of B...... moat northerly cor. of Lot S, . "
Florida Block; 18'ruina'' 8-47 deirret-a, 13,143: ftM :
43 dcirrvea. W 37% ft. N 47 d..JJr.l'>., ,1 THE FAMILY STORE Is
. detentE. J7T 'C. W. Pnnn -.1 '. 120.86
DESCRIPTION OF ;LANDS. OWMERr Tax ."d' W.142 ft. V,83: { ----- -----
KOMI AddHloa_ .. .CQ'lt.' Lot k. Block\ 18 leased portion--__.. Jtob..rt ltlodel 1 ,...,_::!--- .- T.88
Lot 8, Block 18 leased portion _:__.:. Buse,'praV\1.' _._. ..._ ll.US>>
t: Tot 2 and'4 W of Ry In 'Block 4__-.__ Louisa: Washington _-_____.._..,. 8.60 Boir. 92 ft' 8. 47 deirree K of moatrortherlv .r"
Beg KB cor of block 11 W of Ry run cor. of Block 19. run. a

N CO ft. W 100 ft. 8 60 ft. 15 100 fl- ft. ..r..ona'u----- lI.nr 47 degrees K 60 ft. S 41 decree*. W } ; ...."' ...r ---- x
All 13 of A. C. .L. Ry In Block 11 ._.... .: JIJ A. Bass ___"________.__ 6.116 7.6 It. N 47
:N. .... n*... ....."...dl"I.I... of Illerk*!. degree. 1C. 76 ft Hull Bo.. _?__.. --?-,...._____ 40.75 4
J'I.. B. .. T. H,*. 14). 14. asp IB of "..., BeR. moat coutherljr---------.1----- Fire Women -
.... .- U. run. N 48 decree, E 76 --ft; N 47denrera

Lot I. '2. 8. 4. and 6. Block 1 ----- Mr. 12. A, Base -________ ___ 4.t'Mr W 71 ft. S 42 decree. W 71ft c
1..01. 1, 2. 8. 41 6 and 6 of Block i ____ *. M. A. Bac __________?_____-_ 8.tO 8 47 decree. E 71 ft ._ .________ !tuIlFlfta.1I z -_-_._.___ 1880 SHOES $4.00 Vj fto* $3.2& 3.50 Value $2.98
Lot 1 to 19. Inc. Bloch ?_______n Mr.' K.: A. Ba* --- MS Lot R, Block 19 ______---------------- .. Lumber Co. ________ HO.98 ,
Ixit 1 to 12. Inc. Block 1 -'_________:: Mr. K. A. Ba. ___.L------------ 14.28 All of Block i 8. .--?__________________ It.V.. Thurman ____ __________ 712.46

Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 7 __n______ Mrs. Fi A.. Baa ------- -- --- u.js ,v... ..........U.* Addition. 2 c Hose t Pc. ;
.. Lot 1 to 10, Inc., Block I ______hnu 11r.*. FJ' A. Tta*. ----_f _-__-.___ 21.16 SW % of Lot B and all of Lot 4 J. C. Orlffln _______u__________ 111.611 .
_ Loin 1 to 8 Inc. and 10 and 11, Block 9 *, li A. Baa ________________ 17.70 Lot 11 : _:::::: H.: Fleming ------ -------------- lo.on a ... """' .... ...t'-... ...?
LAs H and 12 Block 1 BIWil -- Mr*. Ml I A. n____r----- 1426 Lot 16, 16 and 17. leas N 19% ft __ C. F. Johnson ____unn_ ___ 87.SBIL "'

: 2. 8. 4. 8 and 7. Block 10 :::::: Mr* K A. Baa 9.07 Lot 3J _________________________.______ Tiller I n____ ________________ 10.80
Lot 1.. Block 10 ___,-____________:: Iinvf'ct'Buck; -:::::::::::::::: 1.47: w.. ('...o.'. A".U'._ for MIn

Lot B And 8. Block 10 _n________ ?. "*11'. ________h_________ 8.90 I Lot 1 ____-__ ____.___________________ Mr.. I). H. Thurman ____________ 92.4BH.
Lot 1. 4. B. 8 .and 9. Block 14 ____nn 10. Klmnm 1 --- 10.HO Lot 2. 8. 4and"B __..,____ _____ W. Thurman __ 24.96 4t
Lot 2 and 8. Block 14 ________________ Mr*. R A. Baa, :::::::::::: ::: 3.90Mr - u----------n SHOES SHIRTS
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-1'a9.r I to 10. In.... Block IB ______00 __ *. E. A. Base ___.,__n________ 21.16)) Lot"r'andrN"W; Lot 2 ______ ________ O. A. Honenan ______ nn______ 2000O.
,' t'mjmr. Addl.loa Lot 5 ___ __ __.'__ ______ _ A. Ooneican ____________.____ 890, '
All of lot 14 .__ _. _._______.___ ,______ J. H. Allen .86 E% of Lot X and .11 Lot 2 ________.. So. Lumber Co. $6.50 Value $#! S cT $t.SO Value $1.29 ''
All of Lot 18 ________ :.___ Bule: J. Sub--------------------- 14.26 Lot 21 ______ ____,.___________________ K. J'1a : _ _:::::::::::: Itf ,
.... rll'. Ite-.aabdh Iaea of Lot in' Lot 41 and 42 H M Peaks _, 4 .48 a
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l-mrmr A 1'a7ee AddUlea e Lot 44 __________ _______________.---- A.: K.: Doneican *::::-::::::::::: 8 90 $5.00 Value $' ,tS. $1.00 Value 79c ;
Lot IB and 16, Black A Joe Rlchitrdaon. 6.2"IVarl Lot 48. 47 and 48 ____ ____ ____ __ 8. D K. >onouKh .i 1080M. ,
led: 20.' Block: A -. _:::::::::::: : Johnson -..____ 11 95 Lot 49Oaherae________ _______-______________ M. ..rPhl;: _________::::::_:::: 890

Lot* I .and 2. Block 13 .- n.________:_ Unknown _,_ _,_ i.eo O'NeaI'M AddttleB $3.50 Value, $:t4,91360c Value, 41c '
H. II. "'. nrmmmmt'm Addition Lot 6 and W Id ft. from Lot 7, Block BLot W H. Arnold ?_ ._ 74 OBL. .
Lot 1. Block A A. B Bi-ll __ 177(1( 8. Block n ________ ______nnh K Breaker :::::: :__:__:::_ 2O 00 "
Lot: Z.: Block A :: :::::::::::::::::::: J C. drlffln --- ---- -- 1770 Lot B, Block I) ______ __ __ ______ Sam Harwell U.115 STRAW HAS 60 P&R CENT OFF
Lot J. Hlock KLota _ ___________ Klacy A. ..v--_ :_::.: .a 36 Lot 1. Block R __ _____ _____ _..-- A. K l Donegan :::::: _::::::::: 21.IB I

2, a3n.inll 4 Hlock .F > A. L. l>nvl Lot B Block. F _::::::: ::::::: Mr*. E. A. Bna _ 11.J5. Lot 8. Block K unUnnn_ __ A. SeB.lonS _____unnu 3.90 tOur -
AddUI..ot. ... ,
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].. ** 7,' A. 9 and 10.'Block 1 ___n_____ Miss E Blckerdlke 64 86 II. A. Mathrw Addition- : .u Cleaning And Pre, tttg Department
Lot 4 Block 2 __ __ __ __ ____ John Mallory 8 BOW. All of Block A and B ___un_________ S. B Aultman __h__ u ___ 111.65
All of Block C. D. I. J, 0 and P8H l>oneK n FJ'I4 of Lot 2. Block 8 ________ H. Johnson __ 7.36L u
ENK ___ 'Morrl YounKhlood _:::::::::::: 1195
l of lot 1. Block uunn
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2Lota ___ Koblnxon Guarq
of 2. Block 7.36 tees
W% Lot ..4 of Lot 1. Block Br-- __ ________ Kllsa Lenke 276
4 and fi. Block 3K'A ____.u__ ___________ Jerry Hunn _, -?_ 11 9G1t""A.I"'v..an" NW% of Lot 1. Block a _un______ Catharine Bradahaw :::::: -::::: R0 j
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of lot 2. Block 6ti et II II 6WaltiT
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Block H Will O Clark 14 28A
8 and
Lot 4.
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W % of Lot 3 and 6, Block BLot --_ : Howard _ 10.80JfHHi' Blocka N and
8 __ ____ McNenl _ 14(6 V4 Int. In L. M.
1. Block K (except Lot 4. Block K1' __ __ __ E 1)nn.gan 81 28
Lot 6 Block R -(7kfi :::::::::::: ::- 1) C McLean' ._ 9 B5 NV. of Lot 1. Block Q ______ _.r__n___ W.V.. Minims _:::: -:::: :::::: 616
9 1485
Late and 7, 1-lo H.V. Weaver -... .. Lot S, Block Q __ __nnu.n____ H. O. Cornell ___u __ ___ __ ____ __ BOB MILYSTORE
_ __ _ A M Donetenn ._ 505
led 6. Block 14. .uu.u I 142. THE F
R at Block R __ ____ H O Cornell
Lots 1. 2 and *. Block 16 __ _nnn_ 1l,-,.rv 4Iaulden _. 2345 N "63 fl, of W.% of Block" R IIII_IIIIIBen A.: H Spier ___:::-:::::::::::: :_ 2.75
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FJ", of t-ot 4. Blork 1/1 L.n..n.Block J. I. Campbell _i. 606 418% ft W and 209V4 ft N of SI.cor 1'. ?*
Lot 4 r J
Bit. at HK cur of W'-4. of of NW' >4 Sec 21 Tp. 25.B *
IB. rune W 33 ft. N H6 ft, K 33 ft, H -, I 4Wor4rr' ft. N 209It.
29. run Mi
- -- -- Ella 220 1 11IMM O'Oara' '_________ __1_ __ 24.35 I, >
:..t'd.:: l.aed aed Improrrmrat Co';';, a"ld'r Beir K 41HH 587 8-10 ft S ft 2091A R of Joh'ivi.4 Timothy 116 Broadway P XE & f''WE Phone 291 ;v : '

Mu rve7Lols of SK: Sec 21. Tu. 25. R 29. run t
82 and HO____ E Itiekcrtllke------------ % y yw
I.83 2.mid 3. 4.24 29. SO_ 81. __ ___ M l D fnilfr _._ 30 35': K 118 ft. N 2 defrreea, E 209 % ft, W ... -.- .... .... h r .. -Itr.:... "" ... ..... t'It
Lots .
_ 1IK ft. 8 2 d..Kna.. W 209% ft H.* P. Suhl ____________________ IB.50 -- -- "
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EV4 of Lot 27 anil JS un It <1 I. Wood _._ 11 .SB Beg 100 flV of SK cot of itlnekV,

Woodell Wnr.nic'1. ftnhdlvlnloa. ol rune W 72 Vi ft. N 176 fl. E 7ZU ItS
...... 21. 4.1.: 44 .... 43: ef K. L. I. ___ 29.80C. ;
. 176 ft ____n.nuu.n- C. E. Boyer n____ ___nnn /'...- .. .
( .. .. MnnryLu1M ft. S of NB:: cor of Block \0\'. -
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1 'n 4. Inc, Block A nnn__ I'nknown _____--____--_____--_-- 4 5' BeR 63"ft. W 100 ft. N B3V4ft.. .

lots 1 to H. I Inc itLots I'nknown uu __ ___ __ __ __ 4611 run S ___ ___._ __ _ ____ ______ 1830 .. .. .
: I.i"I: : : :: : :: : E 100 ft JI: l.oyer nunu .. --- ;
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1 In ci. Inc I( ( 1'nk nnwn __ ____ nuunn 469Tnkn."n : and 175 ft. N of SK cor. ".- 410- D
l.otH 1 to II, Int' Block U _ __ unnn._ ) __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ 459!' Belt of Block 100 ft \\W'. run N ZOO ft. W 72 % ft. rJdvL.kllL I j''!

Lot 1. Itloek liJ u __ .unn Whltted _91 S 2J>0 ft. K 72U ft _nunnn C'E_ ::. Boyer ______hnU______ SB 55
1..ta 2 tn 9. Illc. HI..cko, u _. _. __n. unknown un.hh._ ___. 4 13
Lute J 10 9. Inc II1"'k ,F ___ u 1Tnl m>wn-! _hhuh __. __ ___ 469I'nk..own ......>*. .......'. ".Hnhdlt.lo.. I. WatBewa'Addltloa '

l.n'H I tn O. III" Hln'k (7LMu _ .u.n _ "_ _ ._ _ nOunn 469 -
1 tn 9. tor HI'k If _ _nn_ lTnkno\\n _ . .UhU __ _ 454t'nl Lot 2 and 7. Block B ___- _- _ -- R L SlnrllnK ________ u __ _ _ 2801 New Stock of
Lots. 1 In 9. I".' 161ork 1 I now n __ _ _ _ u_ ._ e r.t l-xit 1 and S. Block H _. n -__ _- H. S. liuzzn. _________--___ - 7.ST.Mr .
1.0t. 1 'n H. In. 1I1".k .1 n 1',1 i < 1 novs, n _ u _ _ nh - 4 i9'nkuuw I. w. WM.>e..'. M..ldlv'I.Io B I. M..- ,,
I...... t In. I''. In" II1..k 1 Kl.nts I . 459l'nknuwn mrnm 'ddltt..-
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1 to v. 1nt Itloek' I. '-. - : :::: :: : : :::: : ::: : :: : : 45, Lota 3 and li. HKn-U A __ u __ _ ___. __ Th.'rim Fluke __ u.nuu fi 01

I..... 1 In 9. Inc "I"'k 11 --. I'nl nnwn _ uuu 449 Lisle 4 and 5. Hlock B 'u' __.___ 101. S Huzzn -_ h____ ._ pn 32 nSA '
Lute 1 tn l InO' Ittnrk' N _ u I'nkn."n -. _ __ __ _ 4541'nknow V. ''..1'1....'. tddltloaLot Shoes
1.<.IH 1 In 4 tor 1.1: .n - 'n _ __ n' 159 I e. m"'k.\ __ _ _ K Itoni-Knn. .nu_ ? _ . r.7 '.'. Coming
Lo' 1 to 9. II" )IU"'I( I' - I'liknow u. _ uu 4 .'.9 :S'of; Lot 1 I. Block I'-_ _ __ _ J. W Simpson pn_ __ unh ltr| > I

".....01.11 A Bo71c'. MubdIihd.n. oLnl. / II. C. Miller Mubdltlnlon of Lot I. '!f
: 94. 0.: 11..1 MM. of F'. I.. a. Illock II-
Nnrte r\a. L6\ n. _- _- u -- J. W Thompnon! ___ __ __ ___ 57 11
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Lois 1 tn( Ili Inc Block A Unknown' __ hun__ __p___ n II :,IN Bi-K. 41) ft I"of !Scor: of Illock 11TIIIIM OUR recftnt sales practically wiped
Lots 16 to 20. Block A _ Amanda Cimln u __ .__ ___. n. .1' 12 I. 3B fl. :N: 1H5 ftV SB ft. K
Lots I to 8 and 10 to 20, Inc Rlofit B Unknown __n__ _____- -_ __ __ -- IK 2s 105 ftline -- __u..nu.n James Kiiillh nn__ _______ __n 16.on
Lots 1. 2. V e. 6. R. 7, 8. Hi. I" rj .14.c 119 ft. W of NK cor of tot 4. out oqf' big stAcK of shoes, but

: I IT 18 19 and! 20. Bloc t '; 1'nkit.wi H __ _ 9'T. Block. H run 8 42 "'- ft1' 50 ft. N
. 14 2I'nknown 42S : 60 flBrr J,' \0\'. Thompson "__-nn_-_____ 335
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Block
2 18. In. I'nKni.wn :
Lola
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Lots B to 20. Inc. I1101'k"1 . u -- -. : :::::u----: - li'7 cor ;;r-i11 we have -" flue, Hew line of goods k

.,.. B to 2In" .. Block .F Unknown __ __ _________ 11.17A S2l. ft. S 111" ft. K 2fi'> ft. S 30 ft,
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1.01 Block <1 n--- - K l ">m-Kan n un._ __ ___ 275 W XI ft. N 136 ft ___ __ ___ __ A. L., Da'ld.ol ____________ ____ 2865
'l-iits f2to9i3'.nrt;.. Block, O -:- Unknown nnn ._ nnu__ 160\ Ben Jn:2: Lots 5. 6 and 7. Block H A. R l l'oneK"n __unu_ ___ 276 S 106 ft. E 26 U, ft 8 SO ft. W I
1.01.111 and N% of Lot 17. Block 11 U J. Ban .____________________ 605 89 ft. 8 12 ft, K 147U ft. N 42 % ft.
W...d.ir. ,......*.1..0. of Lot W 40 ft. N 106 fl. W 46 ft un J J. Dann __hn________________ 24 S5Rlla ;; our Cstamerd In a few days
J. II. .... I.. I. ,'..'.. Horvey Lot 3, Block I _______ ______ _"_ ___ _. : F Olnb ______nnHnn 2801
III. of Lot S. Block N __ ________ __ r. W. Dann 41.KB
Lois 1. 2. 9. 14. 15 28. 24 and 2B J H L. Woodall l arley hunUUh______ ._ __ __ ____ 2.11'.89B Lot 4, Block N __ _____ __ __ J P Fox .,:::::::---:::: :::r:::: BS BJullua
Lots 9 and 10 -- -
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Block P __ .__ eat __ ___.___ fl9 4fQ. Jo
19 ten Blake _. ____ ___ ____ B 2" l..ot' uhuuun Hyde -- ----
Lot
Lot 17 --- u u _u Fred McHonald ___u.un u.u___ B V" WU of Lot 2. Block Q __unn_ C. 8chult __________nn. ___ 1540

Lot. 31 and-22 _.. J F. Jackson __h______________ 20111 W. s. 11.-...'. H.-II..I..I.a.. .f
Lot 26 and 27 __uuu.u.u Kll&a Leake nn.u .hh- 2.90 tie*.* T mm* V- We are kno p as the Old Reliable
... '. ef L.tIt..f E% of Lot 1 and WU of Lot 7. Block U Sam Harwell _______..____ ______ 11 95
... .. KwltdlTliiloB
M. O. Bl ___________ __ 23.46
'... ..... W% of Lot 2. Block W ___ C. H. Allen _--:__ -- -- 1
K. L. .. ( ,- W 120 ft of lot 2. Moaeley ___ _____ 14.9SMr
H 1.26 Nl4 of Block X lew Mr. A. M. un *
Lot ; __ .. -, -. Oscar Francis E.Cooper Cooper uunuu_ _______ 12fi lty', of Lot 1. Block T ---_--_--_--_-: *. Daly Sear __n__________ 69.411 Shoe Dealer of Ofcceola County
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LLoot.7U 33-_._ Wm. Barnes __ ___nu___ _________ 620 Lot 2. Block Y __------------------- P. A. Van Agnew _____________ 88 4BJ. i ,
2* and -. Wm. 8am n____ _______ 1.211 Lot 4. Block T ___________ _________ W. Thompeon ______ _________ 41.8S .
Lot Lot.: 28 -and 29 -- -- Lee Sarah Jacobs ______________. 20) S 1-8 of Lot 1. Block CC_.._..______ J. W. Thompson ------------------4.4$ -
W 60 ft of Lot 8. Block DD ---------- C. J. Nelson ____
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"' .fcdl. .l l ef Let 51
.f W.F H.. I.Kl.. ""(f..'.. Addltl.Imts ._ E SO ft of W 100 ft of Lot 3. Block DD J. A. HultquUt ________u______ 3.31J.

Lot 1 and I' -.- II. Burner ____.._______________ 8.90 8 181t ft.kolF Lot t and Lot S, Ua* IBft.
__________ 8.00
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McNeat 2.90 1 -- M. :Brjrfcn et |
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Lots: 11 8ft and and II 40------,------.-.-.-...---..--- Samuel M. -Love-----.-.-.-.-..--.-..--..-.--..--.-. 1.90 E IBS ft of Block 6 N of A3-.1.RY.Lilly .- w. O. Hankln __ ________-.:_____ i..01 COME S1 3 OUR NEW! GOODS }

H. W. MerrewM liMkdlTlBlea .( Let A. ...._.'. ..-........... ., .
ef P. L. .. c.'.. Surrey 44. A..w. .._._... .r DI.ek.1k ..

Lol 2/1 and'! II ...............,....._ M. Papny .___.......'............ S.17 0 ..* !. ,. of A. C, 1.. *y_ ...
/ W.rThurman, el------.r4'., 4.48A. Lot 1 to 11. Inc. ._.... ",...4.Ixit K. JP. Butler ......;-.............. 1.41& -'.
'L 61------------------------ E.Don.ganer------------! . '11.95 I 1. leas 8 TTM ft......In block if __ W. ., ...?...,......,. .4..1 ,_. ;-- w:. :
.. stile A nvrkraklre>. ........ .I.a ef' : s :: ". ; -,"T . 8 1.. of Block II ---j-. ..--.-.--.- A. F '3ohn.On T,, ________ ,__., ....05 ..' .
ef Let mi K. L. I. ] ffrt: :_'---_------- I. Origin ____ !- _.__n__________ S.OK Loot 11 Block 18 .___.,,_____-_______ R. A. Luk ----- -------- 28.48
.. late 11. U.' 11"and 14'-- --------- i, n. \vhit r________u_________ sos I IJofr. NH of Lot 1. Block IDNVt _______------- Mr*. Truman Johnson;; ...:::::: 16.667t.

Lot 88. F.. L. I. Co' addition _____on .. T. Fluke __________________ 14.2B of Block 22K. _____________________ T. Rial _dunn__________ 2000 H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
Be*, at SR:: cor of lot 76, run. W 10Bft. B. Watere A.... Ad.ltlea-

N 210 ft, El 105 ft, 8 210 ft, tax Block I ."d' 10 ____nnuW. ____v-_ Moody Pipkin _______________ 28.OB
:
_ 8 36
of Unknown
1911T -- - - C. BBM Addltle*-
;.' ;. at SW' :: cVr. of f.ot 7B Vir.ni W 108ft. Lot E-___________ ____________________ T.I H. Feucht ___ __ --- ___ Z 7B
N 210 ft. E 106 ft. S 210 ft. taxBeir. Lot. 6. 7 and 841..______ ______ ____ A. E Doneican ___----__. ___ --_- 7.Sr
of UU __ .- Unknown _.- 835Cha ..... L. L.e.ley'* A.mmttlmm
JOB ft -Tof NW c"or."of lot 78 YunBK Lot 1 _hUU_ ___nun.u__ ItV Melklejon J--:.nnn__ 276
137 % ft. S 105 fl.V 137\i ft. N Lot" 2 _ nU -. __n.nn.hn ]M J. Hick .___________ ____ ____ 2 7B
10B ft - .n uu_ *. McCoskeyI... _. 11,40 Lot 4 __. u _uu> _ uunnnn H (J .Tohnaton ________ ____ ___ 73r.
\V. H. K rmer'. H.-"nt.dl. tmtmm of "" 1 Lota 21, 3fi. 37 67, 58 and 49 __ h A. K. Iloneiran _.nnu_ _ in" 2' __ .f'- -_ t
farmer1 tflitKlon to I'roapectI'mrtt. .. Lot 22 u __ _un' nnn Un' DHn 1 Johnmm, u_ ____ uu __ :_ 73: '
<"."-I>h.- ..' I.ot 79).- Lot 23 u uu_ _ __ __ ____.. A I. Holini-H uuu_ __ B llfItwrai
Lots 1 and 4 - - .t Thompson _-__ -_-- Sin .Lot 3.1 u . ... un un c ItilHM. n.hn u h 27"To.
LotH 19. 24. 21 mil. 21rooperl II( Kelley 11 9.1V Ixita 4fi to 62. Inc. __ nUhU-_ ..I YRt,-.. uu -_ u_ _ 1/1 SI
1'itrk. brlnv a. "..Ilvlslxa... lore fil and fi2 unu __ . h I 10: 'I. I.i-alev _ -- _ Sn' FOR SALE I CASH PREFERREDThree
ef l.et. .S2. : ."d PI\\. .. I.. I. t... N I. ,t 117 u.unh J C:. Moore -: - :- :- :: : ::: -- 27'L .
Survey J.4 '."1,.'" Addition :
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Lola 9 mid 10 upn u u \ l n Krncn ._ n' "> 5 .Lola I nnd 2. Hlork 2. _. _ _ Polk ---_-- -- p 117 Lots
in rcsidcAce of St. Cloud
Lots 2f. and 211 T .I. Curry -unnUnn lfi.t.r I Lot 7. Bio. k 3 __ -u -p 11. 11 v I'ailKrft .__u____ _-_ pr locate portion ,
Lot 93 ( IrMa CH'iliH. F L I 4<'o'e BIIIMX I K:. H. Clark __hnU.H.n __ !II f...rW : A. K. I looeun.. Sutidli Inlon of V'j N

..,., fl rest 0..1.1.. ..f Lot H7 I of NKV4 .I 4'F:"4 ..i "iW'/4 "...... a1. Florida, north of railroad, within easy distance of business apart
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...I KMIot -- 1',. 2It --Ml-
1 - u_ K. Walsh h __ ___ __ ___nn. 275 Lola. r.4"t B. Hlork 1 _. _ ___ \\. r H.irirroM- -- _-_ u __ Bill.
Lots 2 to f. Inc uu. .\ K Inn...rfttl _. un _- __ u_ n 4 4' Lot. :3 llli.rk 2 _ . u.h HiiHl.i-1 H.irclny _n_ u u :81 or town. 75 foot traM by 10 foot depth. Plenty of i
Mra Lola cl ('..I. 217 :
Lola 7 And S h.hUn II. lluller' .Hn-
lots I 13 to 1ft. Inc Mr H T fnoiHT. n.Uu __ 11 ''1 Inn ft anunre In NK ,car Block 2 __ 11 II Dl] Lgtre" .uu. _ It !ir, '
lx>.ta 19 to 4H Inc - u' -- A. K hnn,'gkn _-n._ ____ uu__ 17.711Voeten ( C'. A. ('araon'. AddllluB room for a home. i

Holier II... Addition Ixit h. IILoi-k. A __ u _ __ _ V II William ._ . ::1:1'1: I II VALLEY
"" .........k..r.. ..ul..llTl. .t.in ,,n..trail __ nnUu. 211 II I- A,>ply GAZETTE.
"111. sad 11.J..t ."- > F I lot 14. Block C __ _ __ n I IL: Li Kiev ._ __ __ __ p 21 1I I IM :
2 _ H H'U p.------ 1. \ __________ ______ __ ___ S 32 Lots 3 to 6. Inc nnd 12 and 13. lilk I.I. I.Lota I. I: L. Li xl.-y _. __ ___ .u. - II''
J. . p' .u -' --- Eliza Bunn ________________ _ 735 7. S and 9. Hlnr-k I> __ ___ u i ml I.I HUBS U __ pun u "'1 4DonrKnii sh
"dboe-neker'a ,Mul dl lulin of Block Klapilmmee llelitbt*
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"H ."- Late 3:1: to 3
l.ot* 1 nnd 2 . - - - -.- - .- J II BohlnHon _nUh ___ _- 4 '. .l.otH r.2 f.3 Ixita 97 to 109. Ine, Lots 1'J
Lot 4 - - .loon \VllllamH nn.u _ _ 5 or. 111 to 116. 1 Inc Lois 119 to 121'. toe ] faille On uu" . ji''lH : :
Lot 5 _ u' _- Lauarnle Wrluht _.uun u 271B l.otK. i>:li nnil, fi3Lota _ _ M Hiiim.'ll __ _ I It' IT
Lot II (1. Johnston -- n.un.h 27.1 92 nod 93 _n _._ __ n. _ \ n llnnKln( __ _ __ I 37 .
BeR. BO ft. -N of SK cot. ..r Blink. TL. Lot 1Ir.! _ h _._ nn.U.u _- Frank Voile Agnew - __ !"I I IDoneirnn
run W 90 ft NIII ft K 90 ft Io10! It I H K, l >,,1\ la __ unn_ _u_____ 42H .........OD.. P.r"I -
All except H 220 ft of K SR ft of Block Luta I ti> ft. Inc Hlock 1 n. n _ __ u faille fo __ _ u 11':I IImneirnn THE MAN WHO .
WX. for tax of 1914 Unknown __u__ _______n_.___ 880 Lots 1 to 5. Inc Block 2 nn.n- > "',Ill.. Co. u _ 332' ,
All except 220 ft of K: 3H ft of JJliickWU Lot 1. Block 3 __ - ___. __--__ --_ - __ !Mr' F II Morton -- _ 1 >"'-' '
for tax of 1916 u ___ ____ Unknown h__ __unnnn_ 8 80S Lot 6. Block 4 __ _____ __ __ _- Bull Baas n__ __'nu 1\2
N 40 ft of Block XL. inn of 1911N - <'. HRII" ____ _____ ___ ___ ___ 1/111 Lot 10. Block 6 ______ __ ___ ___ __ _ _ C K A liman _- ___-- __ - _-_-- 11'< IS WAITING
40 ft of Block XL. lax of. 111./\/ H. C. Has _nnn________.___._ 1.60. I.otfl.. nlo..kI _____'_nnnn C' K:. Aahnian _. \ ____ __ __ h _ 102 '
Water A t..r..... .ir... ( ..'. He-! oU- Ixita 1 to 1O, Block7Lots ____nUn Donesran rntlle .'A _ ._ .u __ II'"> ,
lllvl.la. ef "XI. ..<,} 19"- 1 to 10. Block R _u. ___.__ __ __ I>onevan faille ('<\ _uu _ -- 82' '
l.nt In. . _ _ u - -- . J H. Woodnll _- 2 18Mr Lots to 10 Block 9 ..... ... I>onegan Cattle Co unn_,- 7 for some rich relation
All of Illock Al I M1. B2 and <17BeR. -- *. Anna Tano _:::::::::::::: 77 60Alonxo Lot l to 4, Inc., and 6 --Ci; .. Block

BO ft S or NF. cor of Illock ('3. 10 nn__ _ _______-__nu_ """-< runs S BO ft. .\01111 f'. N 60 ft. K 19 ft Oreen ,____ ______U__h__ B.92 Lot 1 and 2. Block 11 __ _______ Foster Newton, ---t-- _____n___ 1I"
EH of C8. except landi to B Allen A Lot 9 and 10. Block 12 ___hu___ A H .- 206 tance is li&frle to get in >>
Oreen and D Smith ___ ____:. ___ A. E r>on ean ____________U.h 1221Mr Lot 8 to 8. Inc. Block 18 _nnu M M 1'1; 1\_.:::-::: -- 890R t
W 34 of Block CS _ ------j-----h. .,- - *. Joule Basa _______ __.___ ___ 1080 Lot 9. Block 13 ____________________ W. MelkeljonJ___ __ ___ ____ 11111 a rut with the spend L :
All except beR at NW of Block F Ixit 1. Block 14 _____u___ ________ __ Mr.. Belle Doneiran" _ Uu_ _ __ 128
run* 14 70 ft. K 198 ft.uN 70 ft. W 198BeR Lot 8. Block 14 ______________________ Ada Alley __ ___ __ _-_- -- 1 =0Ml thrift. It p ys to sale snow \
ft __ __ __ ___ J. J. Padnett _:_nun_______ 28 6O lx>t 9, Block 14 _.-nnUn _ ** K Donecan ::_ 1 "
at NK cof of"llof T"Block 3. runaS IxJt 10. Block 14 _________.________ ____ Mr*. A. F Honejran _hn_ _ 1 0HoneRan then /nc. all t the s1 t \
1117 % ft. W 198 ft. N 1117 % ft. E19K Lot 1 to 6. Inc. and 8. 2 and 10. Rlk 1" Cattle Co. _.,______uu 7.92 ..'
ft _ __ _ _ ___-- J Ross -- 196SII A. I']. neB....*. *Bhdlvlnl.. ef 'WVt ef time. Stan an account/ =
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rMC 1 and 2. -Block\ II -u (3. ...rrvT. -::::::::::::: :::::: 34 9S" !SK! H .' HK % ..* III Vi ef *f. % of s e /"
/I Mrs J. 2t .s..6! SKV. "... l., Tp. 55. R 2e- with us.
Lota 4 Rand 6 TMoeli 1 u'
Lot 1 ,and 2 and N% of Lot 6, BlockM .. .rtr..IL_::::::: : :: :::::: 4fi4fi Lot 4 and S, Block E ____V___________ Mrs fl Norton nUU __ __ __ 1/111 I

.."..10.. .. All of Block 9 _ -U. L. M. Whldden ____ nUhUn_ 48 45M Lots 4 to 8. Inc., Block 7 __un__ K. K. Leland __ ___ ._____ __ u _ 6 05 \
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N'of lots 1 and uh 2 and all lot 3. Lot R. Block 8 .nnnunuLot. .1 1 .T rtrlf/ln _ __ _ p _ __ _ _ 1 M 4% Interest Paid ft/7; !
Block Id _ -- -.-- M Marsh __ nnnnn__. J3 7r.v.a.R.T a to 6. Inc Block 9 ___h.h _ _ A. E. Doneitan ___nnu __ _ 217 Savings ;
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All of Block- 17- --__-_ -_-_-_-_-_-__ ____.__'- McIntosh 84 15 I Lot 1 Block 9 _. ____.._ __. __ ______ I'at Johnston _.__ nnun __ __ 16 I IJ1
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N 82 ft of Block u 10 _ _ ....... ____ __::: : ::: :::::: 1896Mr Nick. A L.m-n..'. Addltlo.- Account \

Bee "f Block uu 0. nuns S ion Lot. J and 4. Block 1 ___ __. _______ 7. T. Blala __ _____ __ __ __ _- 3.1111
ft E 'jllo"rt N 100 ft { 100 fet ._ Prlsfllla Baas est hUh_ '29" o.planed' 1....._ .
Lot 1 8 and 6. Block A ______hu__ Mrs Emma: BBS __ __ _u.--uu '7261I.bnn"R Bee 611/1.11 ft.V of NE cor of NEV4 of I
T, 19 SR' :: % R"... 16. Tp 25. R 211, run. 8 .
B -- ---- -
Lot Lot 1.A.: Block Block BNH : ::::::::::::: ::::::: ; b ,{ -::: ::::::: " 3334 ft, .1VfI: ft S 306 ft. 0": 345 ..... ,' \
32 66 ft. N 1 .'.. to 4 section, city
Block D __ O. f MiIan -- .
Lot. 4 N and 25 ft B of 1, Block-- J--uut R U Starling -:::::::_ ::::::;<--- *' lIt lin.. then E 608 ft to beg, tax of !. .

N All BO except ft. of Lot 4 i'tJ: ::: R L. Starling _____ nn__ ___ 14.354N 1914 __ __ ___ I. A. Hamilton ____unu_ 36.45I -
695.6 ftV corner NEW
nf Lot 1. BlockM Be*. of NE: of
Area 60 ft. S of NE cor.
,m- W 89 ft. S B& ft. E 89 ft. of SR H Sec!' IS Tp. 26 R 29 run FrI
"'I' run ___ 1N ** "" < J.. Aa/>. r I -
J H Smith ______--_ -- I
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111\fwf\ "A.-C7 TU- Ryr-ln- lkP::_"_ F. Bass --__ n_______________ 8.10 ortI..t'' PUki? RcjwyUr Loaa '

' Rlock R and a _______ __..__ Mr. K. F.. Collier ____nn__ 110.26 It lug been Mid that all IOU18 SUPERIOR SERVICE' COURTEOUS TREATMENT ;
r4n p 1 Block. T and U ______ __n______ Mr. John Johnston ______>___00_ 80.25 .ri A. Hamilton __,___--_____--__ 8..45 .
or .
': fJ r Sad AddIH.-n be teptAd on the Mnortizatjoa plan. Voile\ __n__ ___________- -_ 115.4B- ..-
hart Ba
*! Fred. Robinson ______ __________ 1.110
'S% I ot. .I .and...4.-::::::::::=::::::-::::: A. W. Jackson __.____________u_ '..110N. 'pl.q. sgllgSol ntimbe l :.4t'>zed L Lesley ____________________ 19.1i '


..AllfcSt'rf...t fl..tk 2r .ctional Fl.rldap.llt.:4'Servey-Block 1 ___ .___..__. F. Ba* _____________________ ;; nnual, fI". MaUannaul payment, 1H. N. Ring ____________ ______ li.TO ., ARTHUR &. DONECiAN, Pn.idcnc' '
.Rloek T M. J. Hick __________________ -906 rfclch (Include not only all interest '
'*"'""""""""'- Mra C. C. Kulp -_________,______ 41.llNelcon .. A. W. Myer ____---------- IKT": PAUL & 'WEAVfcft.tRE.1CJSS'MMItI C..hierr
OC''l.ri.-mir-: r7-run* ndjeh dm U* bank; but the ,
t er."ntoet : HarwMl r_____ _______- <.>.
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W to Stewart ..
O. W. OVER-ITREBT.!
art .... to moot northerly cor. of eo ca1cuJate4'*. to 4tztlolsh the Collector Kllmmee Florida.
\1 Lot f. then fl 47 degrees, A to beg, ebt In-a of Tax 1C..
I Ma Block I.r--- a.altl-"CG.: _____ .,. Broil II1DDher r.ars'Alt By J. R. QILBERT O.

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FACES. .. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ... ... FRIDAY, JULY"21, 19 6. '1> '

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.. '. 'l4lOi "lO o'IO'I-; OI OI.OUIO' IOIOIOI ""OIOItJ "' Death of Mrs. Caldwell I MOVEMENT-TO MAKE" HELP PROF. EVA S'1S1.; ,.




.$ Society Notes : Recalls Romantic Story KISSIMMEE CAPITALOF PLEA FOR .SCHOOESContinued



(MattSe Belle Harris, Editor.) ( from Page fl) , '$ *=
STATE SPREADS
the j and n outdoor laboratory for phy. .., '
r The recent. death of Mrs. F. throne of Portugal He was the .
Request if made to all patrons of.IL. Valley Gaze<<_ to tend item ical geography. _ Jf.
Caldwell -in Ifapillion, Neb., recallstl kinsman of Mr.-. Caldwell.A '
of Society Event .V> the Editor for publication in these colnmtl: brother- the king potted, was: (Omtinued from. Page, One.) Lit* us have a sewing ,department ,.
3 >o romantic history of her life. She for practical work. -I know a >rlnci- .
I discovered and banished, larger and influential Alabama
was to .the, more "
.. .. ............ . . .. . . . . .. was the mother ,of Kirs. W. I. Barber, pal of u 'giammar school\ located i In-an :' .
0'0'0'01'1'- - - - .- . - . ........,. . . . . . . . - _ . _ .r Portuguese colony of Brazil. He set delegation in Congress ready to aid idential of Chicago .
i and lived cxcluivere part ?
of Kissimmee, formerly at
Pensacola .
state of Parana
ofParana as
city a port.In :
JONES-HARYEY. eluded Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. S. whose' : class of girls wore at graduation '
St. Cloud. In telling the story of her After his death the fam- the past annexation has been
,. B. Aultman, Misses Josephine Reyn- last June middy gowns, self mad)
life the Omaha (Neb.) Herald said: cd living on tKq. great coldly received in Central and East
occurred olds, Carolyn Fripp, Violet Bullock, less than $2 :
: home wedding expenditure pergarment.
I tt A pretty at an ..
Mrs. F. E. Caldwell, member of a plantation. Florida; in- fact, the opposition in :'t
'. evening when at the Mrs. S. H. Bullock and Mrs. N. C. S
last Thursday royal family, ar.d for forty years a There Came An American. Tallahassee and farther South chilled ,
residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan. Mrs. P. K. Weaver was a Better than all else, let UII get together
country resident of Papillion, until a Next to the enthusiastic to we'd'
every
levy plantation attempt
Marind-f.
G. at Union Center when their guest of the club. At the close of the on Mr. Evans', return, that he
Harvey years ago// died in that city Saturday there came to live an American, John Alabama and West Florida. Strangeto
Miss Ruth Harvey, became afternoon, tea, cakes and wafers were tell us just how we may best
daughter, morning at the home of her daughter Divan Patterson and the tatter's wife say, the new agitation for annexa- may
Jones. served. Serve in the development of his plallW
the bride of Flank 000 Mrs. E. Nickerson, wife of Coun- That was in 1868, The Pat) -rsons tion, appears to have its origin in ; 1
decorated then him our willingness! to
The rooms were pleasingly MRS. COLE ENTERTAINS.Mrs. ty Attorney Nickerson of Sarpy had grown tired of living on a Cass Central Florida and to grow out of pledge
:* with cut flowers and potted plants 'step just as far as he dare in whatever -
,.r county. The funeral will be held on. county, Neb., farm. It was too cold. an agitation to make Kissimmee the

and a bower was arranged, in the liv H. E. Cole gave a pretty party Monday afternoon, 8 o'clock, at the The head of the Marincla family, capital of Fl rjda. Annexation'is I path he may pursue. for the
was of schoolsCELESTE
ing room. Here. the ceremony for the members of her Sunday Nickcreon home Surviving Mrs. when Patterson settled in Brazil, was openly urged by both the Raifoi-d I progress, our J. FIPP. t

I performed. school class of the Methodist church Caldwell are her husband, F. E. Caldwell 'De Marinda Gibson." Gibson was Tribune and the Kissimmee Valley s
o'clock the bridal I
Promptly at eight and the following children: Mrs. an American who had Gazette.: The two united now" Kta-
and met by and a few friends Monday night at physician, emigrated papers are "We'e got a new bug, \
party entered were her home on Beaumont avenue. Quan- John Speedic, Beason; H. D. Patterson to South America. in emphatic opposition to the propo- simmee Valley Gazette. '
of the I
Bap-
Rev. O. B. Falls, pastor the beautiful tities of cut flowers, roses predominating county surveyor Sarpy county; The Pattersons and Gibsons became sal to divide Florida into two states, Glad] you're willing to acknowledge vi
who
tist church, pronounced service. were used to decorate the rooms W E. Patterson, Lincoln Mrs. E. S. great friends. Mrs. Pattersondied. North and South Florida, but theyare it. There are some people who ire

2 and impressive ring Misa Blanche I and 'a bank of ferns and dainty pink Nickerson, Papillion; Mis. E. G. Face, Two y"ars later Patterson mar- uniting in endorsing the plan to too delicate to make so frank a con

The attendants were vine made an attractive background Papillion; and Mrs. W. I. Barber, of I ried the black-haired Maria De Ma sell West Florida to Alabama. fession-and would rather i'ub' and ,

$; \ Lawson, bridesmaid, and Ben Barber, I for the table] where punch was I served Kissimmec, Fin. II rinda Gibson, aged seventeen. The The Kissimmee Valley| Gazette scratch in private and I suffer in pub- *|iJ

best man. in blue during the evening.:. The time was Mrs. Caldwell came to Nebraska in BrazilianPol tUf.'Ucse married early says: 'The Raiford Tribune is right. lie than admit it. But I'll bite. Vat

Thp bride Was charming of net I pleasantly spent \With I games and con- 1869 as the wifof. Joseph D. Pat I and Maria was looked: upon as an old Florida's six most western counties iss ? Red, bed, cinch lightning: gasoline

+'N"" duchess satin with overdress of bndo's tests. An informal program was terson and settled in Rock Bluffs, maid.! should be annexed to Alabama. ,. or Chattahoochec' Muh fingers -

and carried i large bouq let Cass After the death of Mr. Yearns for "Home." There they would find themselves in
4 The maid dainty rendered, including: vocal numbers by county. : are crossed.-Palm, Bc.ich Pot.
bride's a
roses. wore O. C. Pierce, piano selection by Misses Patterson she marrio.,1! Mr. Caldwell Then the yearning for "home" came congenial company, politically and A state capital l butt; :and wa're

aP organdie dress. Ada Wagner and Sammye Dixon, and lived in Pupillion until a few over Patterson. He gath"red' commercially, geographically andtempera'mentally. scratching light out in public! to get

Following the ceremony a when she moved to St. wife and belongings together and ."
a reading; : by Miss Dixon and a hUmorous years ago t him. -i
r tion was held when recep-I reading by :Miss Mabel Over- Cloud, Fla. Three months ago, fc_>l- started back to America. Straight as The Raiford Tribune is ready to _ _
ice cream and cake were served admit that Florida the most awk- Billy Sunday i i" th I, ivn,i pitchman'
street. Ice cream, caks and bonbons ing that she was nearing death, Mrs. the homing pigeon he came to Rock is

Mr. and Mrs. Jones then left for I I were served by the hostess, assistod Cnldwcll] camo:) back "home" to spend Bluffs, Cass county. wardly arranged State in the Union. of the world. lie make .'- jam withno
Kmsimmee, where they will occupy from stock in trade but the v. ind. Whilein
the West
SheV38 Legislators Key neighborhood
last For
by Misses Violet Bullock, :Mabel her days. sixty-five five years letters came regularly -
their attractive new home an Vine I Baltimore recently he< asked! a
' have to travel farther to
Overstieet and Dorothy Bishop. years old. from Brazil. Then they ceased getto '

street. I At the party were :Misses Violet I Her husband, F. E. Caldwell, is a I The American. State Department the State capital than do the leg I' newsboy the wry t,> the postoffico.The .
The bride is the pretty and accomplished islators of other state in the Union boy told him. After. (I'lit!' h2 pat-
: of nnd servedas could -
r HarI I Bullock, Dorothy Wells, Sammye' Mason! long Ftnnding, get no news of the Mannda any
daugl'Uv of Mr. and Mrs. :Macter of Nebraska No. 1 for 12 I family. and it ill farther from Key Wst ted l the boy, on the head! .md sjid :
I lj Westfall :Mabel Overstieet
Alpha ,
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vey and has identified hcrr-eif with to Pensacola than it from the two "My young t.ian. do you I know,, who I
Jeanette Pie\att, Dorothy years;, a record in the lodge. Thirty-four yars after she received is I'
the social interests of their neighbor I most distant ''" "1'\0.' rir" "I'm Billy Sunday;
towns in the State of
Forgets Language. her lust letter from her people, lam
Bishop, Lucy Pierce Carolyn Fupp,
i'x' hood. Mr. Jones is in the employ of I
Frieda Schweikait, Ada Wagner and Mrs. ('"aldwcllas a Brazilian and Mrs Patterson read in the World] Texas. The saving!' of mileage, !says" come up to my tabernacle some time
y the Lupfer & Prather l garage and i1- I the Tribune, would m'ore than oft's'' t ; and I'll show you the way t.i h-'nvji, ,"
Essie Bass :Messis. O. II. Brown, whan she first cams to Papillion.could Herild that the Rev Flickens'em, of I
e well known in the city. I ; | the loss of the six counties west of "What're you trying to d., I lid me?"
Minden Neb. Brazil
Charles Persons' Raymond] Bearden : speak practically no English. was going to asa
Mrs
included Mr. and
The don't9ven
guests the Chattahoochee. asked the urchin. "Why you
For more than thirty years she was missionary His station was 200
Bert Wells, Frank Bryan, :Murray ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. the "
Harvey and family, <-tofTice.
Continuing the Tribune know way to th- | <>
Overstreet, Walter Bass, Roscoe Rob- without any sort of communicationwith miles from leer old home. She wrote sayi"Dividing : \
Lawson I
Mrs. G. R.
Mr. and
B. Lawson -
erson, O. C. Pierce, Charley Rog-ero'l her family, and finally, when him and asked him to investigate the Florida] into two States will -The Billboard.
Misses Blanche and Jeanette::
c she received a letter from her broth- fate of her family. mean doubling the cost of administration -
Lawson Mr. and MM. R. T. Peels, Bob Bullock, Ted Estey and Bradley I The sum of $425 was paid for the ,
of Harris, I er-in-law, she lad; so far forgotten I Another year passed and then camea while ceding West Florida to tint 'Car of watermelons hipped from -
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Poels: and baby
the Portuguese language, in which it letter to her. It was from her Alabama would result in an actual Wauchula.

c,i Orlando, Mr: and Mrs. J. E. Barbr, MRS. 1NGR AlteENTERTAINS.: was written, that she could not readit. brother-in-law. Major Francisco Al- saving to Florida and Alabama, being ;

)t, Misses Nelle and Gladys; Barber, Eventually she succeeded in se- ves Cordtero de Leor, of Paranagua, so much handier than is the balance General UrusMloff, conrimmuler; of -.v I

t Blanche Eton, Mrs. Nellie Rogoro, M. :Mrs. Lane Paulk, Mrs. H W. :Morrow curing a translation of the letter, and Brazil. of our own state, could well afford the Southern Russian army, which A

.I' E. Croxton, W. H. Peak, E. Gathin, Mrs. A. S. Drawdy, Mrs. M to a handsome price for I has dealt such blow t to .
D'I learned of her family, which she had But there was a new! difficultyMrs. pay | a staggering

Everett Smith, Aaron Story, Rev. O. Aleander and Mrs. Milton Pledgerwere : \left in the antipodes when the mar- Patterson had become so thor the concession!' | the Auhtro-Germans, first established, ,.t,

t, i B. Falls, Ben, Claude and Seth Barber a congenial party "spending the ried and came to North America to oughly Americanized that she could Alabama is ready to talk businessand his reputation as a cavalry ]leader'

and Dick Lawson.r afternoon" with Mrs. L. II. Alabama will consider the I
Ingram
live. not read a single word of the Portuguese price

, 0 e ei FRAZURE.A Monday. 'The time was spent in various Her: story is one that reads like the letter. Finally, down at the when made, but we are not under I I )Dr. George Ringo, pastor of.1 -j.
MRS. .
i FOR MR. AND church at Bakersfield, is a candidate
i forms of basketry In which art romance that it is. Her family spans Nebraska State University there was estimating the difficulties of annexa- I !
II for the Democratic nomination for -
these ladies have grown proficient. the gap between the Portuguese found a linguist who translated the tion. A new difficulty, perhapsnot '
largely attended reception was Senator from Californa. -
, t given at the Hart Memorial Friday Punch and cakes were served by the I throne and a plain Nebraska farm. letter. Then Mrs. Patterson received ao important as some others, |11'1.itcdomt..s. ,4-;
4it
C. hostess. Another meeting will be De Msrinda was the family name. news of her brothers and sisters. arises in the question of prohibition.
and Mrs.
in honor of Mr.
' f. ""r M.evening Frazure, of Miami, who were the held next Monday when !Mrs. M. D.I I And today there is a duke of the Ma- After the death of her husband, Pensacola and Escambia county, General Christian Smuts, who has ::

guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris. Alexander will be hostess at her pretty rindas in Portugal. In a former time Mrs. Patterson married F. E. Cald- which Is strongly "wet," would be- scored notable victories for the Brit.. a

Mrs. W. B. Harris and Mis. S. B. country home. one of the dukes of Marindas sat on well, of Papillion. come automatically "dry" on annexation over the Germans in Africa, was
s eDAUGHTERS < to Alabama state :is.
- -- -------------------- r a "dry" honored with appointment. to the supreme '

a Aultman were.hostesses
and received the guests and presented TUCKER PLANS FOR DRAMATIC COMPANYTO few years ago.. but 30 years old. ..i.
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them to the visitors. The eve- Misses Nettie i Newton and Par h The Alabama Legislature will meetin .

.- 'jiing waa"_- p nt.quite informally in .Clark entertained the Daughters of a little over two years. Florida, ;

the exchange of* pleasant reminiscences Wesley Tuesday afternoon at the LANDSCAPE DESIGN APPEAR TONIGHTThe or West Florida, can then submit its No. 666 ; '

M' eea of bygone days when Mr. and Mrs. home of the latter on Verona street. proposition.

jf- Frazure were residents of Kissimmee, 'The time was spent in pretty fancy -- This U r
J. Wade Tucker is planning an ar Haines City Dramatic Club a pretcrlptk prepared If"I dally
r ahd in making new friends. A few work. A color scheme of yellow anJ' for MALARIA or CHILLS A
tistic landscape for the grounds of will be the attraction at the Gray- Palmetto has shipped over $200,000worth FERRI.
',r4 minutes were spent in considering the vhite was used both in the decorations I ; I Fiveonix doM will fenak *?case, _
of far this
has new $25,000 residence north of tho stone Casino tonight, when "Blunder vegetables so season If taken then u a task the Fever will. nosretom.
of domestic
of
question adding a department and refreshments which consist ''city on the Oi"lando-Kissimmee brick ing Billy" a farce comedy in three and many more cars will leave Il acts on the Imbue better sham

; : science to the public schools ,ed of fruit jello, hermits and lem- road. acts, will lIe presented. that point. I Calomel and does DOt gripe or sicken. :2S.DWELLINGS .
' Mrs. Clay Johnson ably stated the '
fjnnde I Mi(, Tucker has twenty two acres i ri i Thj Haines City Club is composedof --- ,, -- .
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situation and when Miss Elizabetht -- -
, I Those present were; Misses Ruby ,
the grounds, around Ins home and recently clever amateur performers and __ __ __ __ __ __ ... ... -
Aultman called for vote 'on Reyn-I u -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
rising .
a Picvatt, Ethel Lee, Josephine had nn expeit landscape gardener : every member has been training: for ,,_ u-u. u-.
.%; the subject the entire endorsed 'olds ,.1
company ] Edna Schweikart, Helen Bas from Atlanta here to go ov"r several] weeks The performance will

the measure. A vocal number slavtie Belle Harris, Ethel Roberson, I the gioind; in order to draw up plan.. I'?gin at the regular; hour.

accompanied; Gertrude McCan-on: Ruth Clark, :Mrs. 1 lie! ,is now drawing the plans and the I The cast of characters is as follow; May-Stout Lumber Co.

I Dutton, :Misses Nettie Newton and work will lie- stalled as soon as they Ezra Tuttle a wealthy mine ,
ing by Miss Grpce Winn a violin selection Parch Claik :Mrs Dutton and :lliss I DEALERS IN
are tn.i'-i. :. by Miss Helen Jones and a Ethel Roberson will entertain next I
l::ke in the lear of the ICM- Clarissa Burnham, a wealthy
vocal solo by Miss .Helen Bass accompanied I I 'rue-day at their home on :Mabettestreet. House Building Materials of all
denlu nnd 'he woik of improving the widow ___ _-__ _ __Rosalie Yale
by Miss Myrtle Paulk of Cairo, I
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ITioi.ncjs is expected to cost between : Dorothy, Ezra's pretty daughter -
..i4i Ga. further entertain d the ". >
Throughout, the evening: punch guests end :MRS GEKinK; HONORED.to : ( JM!();:Kir( and $15,000.1NSTALLING 1 __ __ ___ _ __ Mary Hammer Kinds
Lieutenant Griswold- Robt. Lockhart

t cakes Anltman were and served Miss Mattie by Mrs.Belle Henry Har Mrs P K. Weaver entertained' alumiHr WATER METERS. Sing: Toy, a Chinese ser Novelty Works in ConnectionAll

s- vant __ ____ __u u_ Cyrus Street )I
ris. of friends Wednesday coinplmcntary -

About fifty guests enjoyed this ; to Mrs: H, C. Geiger, nee The electiic light and water com Woyo, a Japanese servant ____ we ask is let us figure on your estimates.
r:? ni'ttec of the city council is having _- Mayme Miller
pleasing event. :Miss Mary Carson, at hr pretty homeon 1 Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
water meters installed four hundred Hank, 1} Ibri-a sailor Earl RobinsonWilliam
:Mabette street from !U J :30 to 11 :30 I
:PRISCILLA CUT a I racers having recently been purchased Butler, in love wtih
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a. m.
Kissimmee
21 Fla.
Phone
-.,.-. The time was spent in social conversation I J.y the city for that purpose. It I is Dorothy -_ -__ Virgil Thompson -" <

the intention of the committee to I Saturday night the usual 1 high class
: Mrs. H. N. Bratton delightfully entertained
B'N > and each guest brought a have all the meters installed before I motion pictures will be shown nj .... '\lit ....r-A .... '10." .... ..." .
the members of the Pri i- favorite receipt which was presente 1

; cilla Club at her homo in Brack street to :Mrs.\. Geiger.: PU'lcha... served I October 1st, when new rates and regulations Manager: Beall. The program will include .------ ,

,1 last Saturday afternoon. The time to the guests as they arrived and an ,[ will go into effect. I' "High Lights and Shadows," a .. .._ __+

l& ; was pleasantly spent in dainty needlework ice course. About twenty guests enjoyed 1 HELP PROF. EVANS. two-reel Mutual drama, the Ford" r- T
Weekly and "A at Rudolps.
and conversation.: Refreshments this pleasant occasion. I Mix-Up

of and delicious home- Classified Advertisements
punch I
will Prof. Evansto
I hope you help I
made cakes were wrved) by the host- MEN'S: MEETING.At get the arrangements for the industrials BAND TO PLAY IN TAMPA. I

-'* vest, assisted by Mrs. J. J. Woodall.
i three o'clock Sunday afternoonat in our public schools. It I The Kissimnvee Concert Band will ... ... . ........ .. ..00..0000.0000.0.0.600000.0.0666110.11.,. . . ..
r>f The guests were Mrs. M. I. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
the bettermentof
much for
i Stout; Mrs. H. A. Colton, Mis. J. Mc- the Methodist Sunday school room will mean of had :jbe one of the attractions at the South FOR RENT-Six room modern cot- for rent, apply to M.

Thatter, Mrs. J. L. Beaman, Mrs. W. the men will spend an hour in devo- our children. Some us Florida Fair and Gasparilla Carnival tage, close in; $12 per month. E. !I Tiller. :.,

Winn, Mrs. R. L. Starling, Mrs. J: tion and exchanges of ideas as to best these privileges where we came from \next spring. Gus Smith and Biddy E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur .
e"L and feel the lack of them here keenly. this ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn). j '
"L. Overstreet, Mrs. J. J. Woodall, method of interesting citizens of Kis- Shearouse made.a trip to Tampa i

t :Mrs. R- S. Floyd and baby Edna, Mrs. simmee to enjoy a closer walk'with CITIZEN. week and arranged for the contract FOR EXCHANGE-Fine farm half 1.FOR EXCHANGE-60 acre farm, .

Julius Smith. Mrs. H. M Pfnnn, Mrs. our blessed Lord and Master. Will MARY HAS A LITTLE VOTE. which will be signed at an early dat.a'i mile from High school in good townin horses, mules, implements and furnishings .

T J. Woodall J. D. Jeffords and you be there? All men and boys are According to present plans the ,
IfeI? Ma Eastern Kansas, 320 acres, worth of good hotel in Eastern
;, non Joseph. MraT E. E. Wells, Mrs. earnestly urged to Come out and as- The voters of Illinois, working un- will! be engaged'for six days. This is fine Kansas for Florida
$75 Good
acre, ,
,Elizabeth Floyd. Mrs. H. N. Bratton, sist in this worthy cause.-Devotional der a township option law, have driven a fine compliment to the band, whichis per soil. Owner improvements'l property. '1
Committee. now recognized as one of the bent good seven-room house and nice lot townof
\Misses Vivian :Floyd, Nellie Woodall, the saloon from 1,240 of their 1,430 for this

(Dorothy: Wells,, Lois, Eleanor and townships. Fifty-thiee of the 102 in the state and will prove a good advertisement property 15,000 in Kansas for property in 'Ji
TO OPEN TURPENTINE STILL for value. We also have a fine 240
AJto Orerstreet. counties of the state entirely dry. for the city.CHICHESTER Florida. Come
; are acre farm improved farm in Mitch- I .see us. We can'wJ;

,1' :Mrs. J. R. Bronson will entertain E. D. 'Malloy and G. C. Miller have Under a county option law-which --t: el county, Indiana worth $100 per match your .deal Nelson Realty Co. :

, ,. +Jth. ,dub tomorrow affcemoan. formed a partnership for the opera- they will work for \\n the next leglslatnre 5 PM.LS acre, wants good stock farm in i.I ?l. x- ,

;; tion of a turpentine business They -the anti-liquor leaders claim I i '
\ :CBRO'ATIC.CLUB.. Florida. Splendid Kissimmee! prop- FOR SALE on TRADE for borsasfta ;.

; have'purchased a large amount of that in the first round of election! L% S5? 5$ erty for stock of merchandise. We I, wagon, one 2 ey. BuIck la good Vv-,;......
timber in the neighborhood of Loko- ninety- counties will go dry.; Wher +sr r. sad condition, good tires; must Mil. or
;.{ of MM h Kibta have good deals and don't handle
2'b. members' the Chromatic club see. where the till will be located. ever "Mary's vote pta in, John Barleycorn kVM Tak*M t> *T L5Lr I trade ..t once. -A. )I. Jones P.;O.,
Come in and Hit
continue' 'M hold'enthuliasUe meet- RtA YfSI junk. your property
; i This Is a .new town site on the Kia- get out." la e+ Box 2JJ. Klaalmpteent. .'
;If.ia- *t'.Mr. **..Bullock's stndlo,'at bet .imm e Valley:division of the Flor- rra.wara.r.wsr..n..r..nnriaS with us, for good service, or r f

w opt. 'on Clyde avenue, despite the tfce ...... That Den lilt Aftact TsBK ..... bBT DRUGGISTS write us fully what you have and STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE. .
Id! ,. oe..tnU .cL._ -rslConsid .M* o< Me fcMto Md tantlM M*-.,, what want. '?
'l.ayyRLL p't/ : tfNlt) 4 'JIr&'N"C; ;Brt" :; :,,>,' .. TIVBBKOMOOaUUMKU....._ you Splendid bargains Strong, intelligent, gentle 'excellent .4*

.As "J..P-;:;Bauc 114ri+.bOataaa 'raDledtrorp4o: "Ieoa- .t- and dbe. aet pactact. . f for sale in all kinds of Florida in- condition. Honey refunded -if\1'or\ $
III Jou4. a..auar the fall '
.55 'rtitdoAdaaTternoou i ''Tho" PreHDt ID- thanes .at :Winter Garden vicinity. t; u.a aJpat... a s Y. G nL.e.t.Y w y vestments.. Nelson Realty Co. colt. }22 West Oak street; ftt, .
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;[E: ; FEDERAL FARM LOAN 'ACT GIVES FARMERfir' <. a

The Favorite Store of Kiimm t '

; READY MEANS OF OBTAINING ,NEEDED CAPITAL ,

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; .r Sets Out a 'Method Whereby FURNITURE ? ,
7 t.- Provides System of Lending 'Outline of Farm Loan ActThe .

k :V Money on Farm Lands at .. Those Who Have Money To "
> act provides for the creation of 12 Federal- land banks and per-

Reasonable Interest For mite the establishment of any number of joiDt-dock .land banks forth Lend Can Find Safe Investments

' I: purpose of making loans at a reasonable rate of interest,.for. long WE HAVE IT !

f"; Relatively Long periods of time, on farm lands. 1 In The '
A Federal Farm Loan Board has complete control over these banks.A .

,"j' Periods ( ) FEDERAL LAND BANKS. Form Of Bonds

t. f.:5.,; Twelve Federal land banks are provided, one in each of 12 districts lm connection with our llaidjue line' wt carry a complete 1
I into which the will be divided. These banks are em- additional the
country. payments on principalin
i The Federal farm loan act; popularly line of furniture. Wo make a specialty of outfitting homes, and 4 h "
powered to lead on first mortgages on farm lands in amounts of $100 sums of $25 or any multiples thereof .
t t' called the "Rural credits law, ..dI. reliable >i .
t ', was oigned by the President and became to $10,000 for approved purposes The loans are to be made through thus discharging the debt more .e
t farm loan associations and agents. No loan may be mad. for more quickly.The .

r 'f: Th9 a primary law on purpose July 17,of 1916.this act is than 50 per cent of the value of the mud mortgaged and 20 per cent table given below illustrateshow Bed Room Furniture Dining *

of the value of the permanent improvements upon it \ a loan of $1,000, bearing inter-
( to promote agricultural prosperity by Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
I .;,/ enabling farmers to borrow money National farm loan associations-local organizations composed exclusively est at 5 per cent, would be retiredin ,
"'"': of borrowers-are authorized. These associations must be 20 years by an annual payment of
,: on farm-mortgage .security at a rea- lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
. iJ.. sonable rate of interest and for rela- stockholders in the land banks in proportion to the amount their members $80.24.' A study of the colums show ,
wish borrow. all stock in the Federal land banks how from the interestis
Eventually to
. to year year Couches Etc.- .
-.1\{? tivcly l long pc-nods of time. To attain .' .
t i this object, two farm-mortgage sys- wiU be owned exclusively by these associations.A reduced and the proportion of tOe -
i li reasonable interest rate is established. The act prohibits the payment which goes to discharge the
terns are provided: ((1)) A system op-
Federal Iud banks from charging than 6 cent on mortgage increases. The
1 more any principal steadily
1 per 4
't crating through regional land banks, This store it making a record for itself in the matter el
fees not approved by the Farm Loan Board. final payment cancels the debt.
requiring
1 .p' and ((2)) a system operating through The, or borrowers will share in the net profits of the bank because helping people to outfit .0..... Come and .... Our price art
land banks.
1 joint-stock stockholders. It is contemplated that ultimately the bor- right .
they are Am t
.I i 64, To attract money to the farm-loan Tota1"nt..t
" An 1 Paid ofp..rlOlI 1//
will be the stockholders. onprln'p
; field! the act provides n method rowers only un'1 1pa Ht 6 1 {
pnp': ;
for periodsof "t. c. 1 I. ]
Long-term loans are provided by authorizing mortgages > per
"< whereby those who have mo'easy to unpaid
f.- .f, lend can find safe investment in the from 5 up to 40 years. TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS: 1
Small annual or send-annna! payments on the principal are madea _._ .
; 1
.A form of debentures or bonds, of small 1 $NO.24$5000\ \ $.4) %4"$989.76 w
required feature of all mortgages.B 2 _n'' HO 24 4S.4l! 31.a, 938 01 *
and large denomina IOI.H, issued by 3 = J i XII:: 24 i .:U! 44)4 67 No matter what kind of an Engine have-Gat: Steam .
t ( ) JOINT-STOCK LAND BANKS. 4 I Nil 24 ( 669 66 you ,
banks U11
tho and based 011 the security __ )
; 5 .1 4 Ml 24Ml 43 4X N321' .
for 6 J4IHO 41 65 Railroad or Stationary Engine-we hare exactly the Tools yoei
; ;/ of mortgages on faun lands. Joint-stock land,banks are authorized. They are corporations 763 H
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" 1'' These two systems are to be under carrying on the business of lending on farm mortgage security and 8 7 __-I $024) 24 39 37.69 72 40 42.52 65 711.24 need IB your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammer, Oilers, etc, _
.I j 9inr h_ HI) 241' 35 56 44 68 66656 all of the best quality aid workmanship and at prices that will '
of the / ,
the general supervision of a Federal issuing farm loan bonds. They are to be under the supervision ., XI) 24KO 33.33 46.91 61965
1 .\" Farm Loan Board in the Treasury Farm Loan Board but the Government will not invest in them. Sub 11 u. 24 30.98 49.26. 57039 surprise yon. This store has the reputation of .handling only
Department! composed of the Secretary ject to geographical limitations and subject to the 50 and 20 per cent IS 12 _-_= Kit SO 24 24 U'l; 51 54.31 72 I 518 464 n hardware that b of superior quality and yon. will snake a. mistake . '

. ::1 of the Treasury, as chairman limitation these banks can lead to an individual any amount they 15 It.n_n XII XII 241 24! 20 23.17 22 59.871 57 021 S47 407.84 47 in coming here NOW and inspecting"our big dock.

e "j exofficio, and four members appointed wish and for any purpose. They can not charge an interest rate exceeding 17 16 '1 80( 241| 66.01 62.87 218 28C 69 00

..;:1.1 by the President. This board has 6 per cent, and such rate must not exceed by more than 1 IS u'I'_ '. H".24\\ 17.37( 69.3114928

r fc.;1v.y to apoirk appraisers, ox- per cent the interest they have paid on their last isue"of bonds. Their 20 19 h I 8033// 3.83 72 76.50 78 n 76.60___.
, aminers and registrars, who will be however must provide for amortization payments."' These 1 I- 1------
mortgages, Total 1I.Ou4N91" i 16114 K9 $1.OIM).00 ---- Osceola Hardware Company
public officials. banks are prohibited from charging, under any pretext, fees or commissions -
. -, ii Federal Land-Bank System other than those authorized by the act. After a Federal land bank has

Undcr the Federal l nd-bank system loaned! on first mortgage $50,000, it

't 1.. the act provides for Federal land _ _ dU..U. can obtain ermission from the Farm -
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, banks which make loans, for the first Loan Board to issue $50,000 in farm '"
r. t.. 12 months, exclusively through local stock, he may borrow the price of j stated in the mortgages. loan bonds, based on these mortgages,
that stock as a part of the loan on j No individual can borrow more
l national farm-loan associations com- sell such bonds in the open market, .o
posed of borrowers. These associations his farm land. than $10,000 or less than $100. and use the money thus obtained to ..
Under this plan, then, every bor- I No loan may be made for more
shall bo shareholders In the lend on other mortgages.This .
stockholder in his than 50 cent of the value of the The of the world .
rower must be a per +
banks, and in that way the members process of lending on mortgages -
land and 20 cent of eyes
association
local association, and every mortgaged per
and
who are borrowers will sharo in the selling bonds in. issues of
::14 profits of the bank. The money for a.-stockholder in its district bank. the value of the permanent insured $60,000 may be repeated until bondsto

the loans is to come party from the Each stockholder in an association is improvements upon it. the amount of twenty times the 'SAVES
f 3 capital of the banks and partly from liable for the acts of that associationup The loan must run for not less bank's paid up capital are outstanding.' are on the man who

the sale by the banks of bonds secured to twice the amount of his stock.. than five and not.more than 40 years. If each bank should have only its required -

r by first Mortgages on farm How Loans Art Obtained.A Every mortgage. must provide for minimum paid-up capital of
1 member of a national farm loan the repayment of the loan, under an
1 lands. The act defines strictly the $750,000, this plan will provide eventually -
and association; before obtaining a loan, amortization plan by means of a fixed if
,, purposes for the conditions under all the authorized bonds of
? wHifh loams arc to be made, end requires -I'. must first fill out ''a.J1' applicationblank number of annual or semi-annual installments ,the 12 banks are sold over $180,000-
that the rAte of interest charged supplied to the loan usoclation sufficient to meet all interest 000 to lend on first mortgages on
(- ed on farm loans shall not exceed six : by the Federal Loan Board. This application and pay off the debt by the end farm land. The banks, however, can

per cent per annum.r. blank and other necessary of the term of the loan. The installments increas their capital stock above the .
Twelve Federal Land Bank. papers will then be referred to a loan required will be those published required minimum and so increase the
; The United States shall be divided committee of the association which in amortization tables to be pre- amount of bonds they can toll, and r
ly into 12 farm-loan districts, and a Federal must appraise the property offeredas pared by the Farm Loan Board. thus increase the total amount of r t

'1 land bank with a subscribed cap- security. Such application as is The bank is given power to pro- i.money available for loans on farm for ''
stock of approved by the loan committee is in'case pAUSE a moment, young man,
ital not lees than $760,000, tect itself of default by re- .mortgages
!; -each share $5, shall be established in then forwarded to the Federal land and calling the loan in whole or in part, To make these bonds attractive to a thought to self. The 1l
each district. Each Federal land ,, bank and must be investigated or taking other necessary action. investors, 'the bonds, together with

bank may establish branches in its 1 I reported on by a salaried appraiser Interest Rate Paid By Borrower.No the mortgages upon which they are problems that confront you now, or .
district. Within 30 days after the of the bank before the loan is grant- Federal land bank is permittedto based, are exempted from Federal, '
;, capital stock is offered for sale it may I led. This appraiser is required to In- charge more than six per cent per State, municipal, and local taxationand will a few years hence.

' ; be purchased at par by anyone. I vestigato -the solvency and character annum on its farm-mortgage loans are made legal investments for fi iq
Thereafter, the stock remaining unsold of the prospective borrower as wellas and in shall the interest fiduciary and trust funds. The '
; i the value of his land. When a no case capi- Look about yon-tho men .f affairs in country, stat., nation-yas, ?
7 shall be bought by the Secretary the amount is forwarded charged on farm mortgages exceedby tal stock of the Federal land banksis in tho world, are the men who started t. save early in life.
"jI of the Treasury for the United loan is granted rate also
more than one per cent the exempt from taxation. Fed- .4t ;
. f f: States. It is provided, however, that to the borrower through the paid on the last issue of bonds. eral reserve banks and members of They have the respect and confidence of the conusnnity. l
the government shall not receive any loan association. For example, if the bank pays only banks of that system are empoweredto re
t dividends on its stock.: Ultimately, itS Conditions Under Which Loans May four per cent on an issue of bonds, it buy and sell these bonds. They Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend afl Af. ', :eta

r S;' is intended that all stock in the Be Obtained.The cannot charge more than five per centon are to be issued in denominations of sake-they may..have a good tune for a while, but what .... thtSr "

banks shall be owned by the association act specifically defines the pur- the next farm loans it makes. $20, $50, $100, $500 and $1,000. personality reflect? .. .
r 1t of borrowers, and provision poses for which loans may be obtained. Out of this margin of not to exceed Organization of Banks.

;,. therefore is mad' in the law for transferring These are:, one per !tent, together with such The temporary management of the A dollar or' so deposited in this bank will be ...

f the original stock at par to (a) To provide for the purchase of amounts as it can earn on its paid-in federal land banks is to be given in I nucleus of an honorable, independent career. --

1'. these associations. land for agricultural uses. cash capital, the bank must set aside the hands of five directors appointedby Make your beginning now-today. Your
f I' Farm-Loan Associations. (b) To provide for the purchase .>f certain reserves and meet all its ex the Federal Farm Loan Board. As bank book will pave the way.

I.1I Tho act provides for the creation of equipment, fertilizers, rend live stock penses. Any balance or net profitscan soon, however, as the subscription I -
r: local national farm-loan associations necessary for the proper and reason- be distributed as dividends to from the loan associations total
through winch it is contemplated that able operation of the mortgagedfarm the loan associations or other stock- $100,000 regular directors are to be I

_ A J the Federal, land banks shall make ; the term "equipment" to be defined holders. The loan associations, from appointed as follows: Three district I State Bankof
4 their loans. In the event that a local by the Federal Farm Loan their bank dividends, after setting directors, resident in the district, shall

( loan association is not.formed .in any Beard.c I aside the required reserves and meeting be appointed by the Federal Farm I
1 locality within a year, the Federal ( ) To provide buildings and for expenses, can declare association Loan Board to represent the public Kissimmee
f Farm Loan Board may authorize a the improvement of farm lands; the dividends to their members. In this interest, and six local directors, l'es-I

i Federal land bank to make loans on term "improvement" to be deAned by way the profits, if any, will be distributed ident in the district, shall be electedby Capital stock ft ki
$!MMsXM
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farm land through approved the Federal Farm Loan Board.d among the borrowers and the farm loan associations who
ag-ent.s'j I I Ksssurcss over ___________________ .... ......
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t f.. Ten or more persons who ( ) To liquidate indebtedness of will, to that extent, reduce the must I be stockholders in the bank.

, ;. cultivate farm land qualified as security the owner of the land mortgaged, existing amount of interest actually paid by The Federal Farm Loan Board shall Officers and Dlrecl r.. yt
a'I: 4r:. for a mortgage loan under the at the time of the organization them. designate one of its appointees actas .
C. A. CARSON PrasL J. M. LEE. VICe .
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f> act, or who are about to own and of the first national farm loan Restriction on F'e. and Commissions.The chairman. The act requires thatat .
. t"::/ cultivate such land, may form such association established in or for the Federal land banks are specif- least one of the three district; directors M. KATZ. lad Vice Prost. !

*. an association, provided the aggregate county in which -the land mortgagedis ically prohibited from charging, in shall bo eperienced in farm- ROMA THOMAS Cashier x.

4 4 of the loans desired by the membership situated, or indebtedness subsequently connection with making loan, any ing: and actually engaged at the time .
. -. is less than $20,000. Each incurred for one of the pur- fees or commissions which are not of his appointment in farming opera-1
.\ r: .... mother must take stock in his association poses mentioned in this section. authorized by the Farm Loan Board. tions within the district. Any com-

-:, 't' to an amount equivalent to $ Loans may be made only on first The authorized fee. need not be paidin pensatlon paid to the directors must]. -, ?t0"
,"""-4t':: "\ percent of the amount he wishes to'borrow. mortgages .on farm lands. advance, but may be made pert of be approved by the Federal Farm .
!} >*4fr' This .js\oclt( the association Only those who own and cultivate the loan. Loan Board.
; 1'\. H., holds 'in, trust as security for the farm land or are about to own and Amortisation Plan of Repaying. LoanIt Officer of Loan Associations. R. S. FLOYDDealer y
", *'':" member's individual loan. The asso- cultivate such land ore entitled to has been said that all loans are Each loan association must have a

-, ''J''j Atftlon, in turn when .applying for borrow. to be lepald on the amortization plan. board of directors and a secretary-- In "
. r; *5r. '"moDe,. from the bank, must subscribefor No one can borrow save for the Tlds'plan calls for a number of fixed "treasurer. The directors shall serve t4,
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.. ct.. stock in the bank to an amount purpose stated in the act, and those annual or. aemi-annaul payments, without pay. The MCretAr7- iasur- Groceries Hay Grain and Feed-
equivalent to 5 per cent of the, sum who after borrowing do not use the which ladndo not only all interest er shall receive such compensation as ,
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.... :'it wants to .obtain for its members. money for the purposes' specified\ and._charge due the. bank; but the may be determined by ''the'board ofiirectora. l5giV <
; .\ ',Thia\,stock is held 'in trnsj .by the the mortgage are llabl,to have their principal aa welL, Those payments Tho association. must appoint Corner Broadway and Daldn'Arc.'v, -'*" Ir.1w ;;
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':f: bank, as' security, for the ,loans It loan reduced or recalledThe set: are w'calculated' to extinguish'the : an appraisal..committee for the) M "*

:t.:"", ::'through' the:association. ,If,a retary-treasnrer of each association idebt' in a given number of :years. After.five.yeara.ttie purpose of valuing Imds Coffered 'aaMcnrity s ,T ry'Ue'ob Your Nest OrderFor,Jpspcd-1' *

''; 1 prospective, borrower baa, no;money1* h! required to.-e"It.An divertio i of, :.borrower. ban, the ..for. loans,. _Nom_ mb rm. _of

1ft1'" . th which_pay/for/' his"assodatbA borrowed-money. fronvth,. .purposes right on ,any interest .date., to. make . (Continued. .. Page. .It.):.- ",''
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Notice II! iK-rehy crlven that the following! : idovrrlbed. lands, or so muchthereof 1.,' n ,, 9 III :0" r
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f1 '' n."*,vHl benecrsary to pity the amount duo for taxes. ,heroin. Ret opposite tJ J i. ,. .' : ; (-<. "r. : ,;" ,:,' t: 01( 'Ct tIV'4
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to the same. together with the' coal of such eale and ndvertlnlnirwill, b.. ''I'1: .. If.." .1 2. JiJ .: !.. "= ,,'"' ,. ,. .. 0 '
sold at Public Auction tlvn Sevt-nth' day of 4uiru..-A.. l>. 191(1( In fiuinKof. I .... : a, ..:, ._, Q" 'CI.I (-< ,"II j :s :

;, the Court House door at Kltl lnllnol u. County tit Oacoolit And 'State of Florida, .. .

I I .AU ....--......:.----......___..__,-__.___;=_._- 18' ae /9)<< .41 Southern; Colon'i ,\ .__. ___"---u-- .I..._...::.._._ 80 as 8J 120 Soulhprn Ixatloll Co-Colon.-._ f4,
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J Iui I All. .--..-------..-..-.-. -.-..- .:.:....._ -._ $ -. 8 96N Southerm Ixatlwt" cu Colon-__:_ 40.40 1 I All ____--..-:+ __..__.._.....__._____.._._ 31 21 .a 889 jlouth..rn; 010". .
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) : r.j II AIl I laatlon ..'0____ 400 ____._ IS 83 39' 400 $0uthrrnColon_
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DESCRIJ1-IO- OF LAND. I g .. WNlm. ___ l83P r I
J j.a o! ; mU All ___,: 40.40 E!: and or SW'4---------------- 33 1 as 400 Southern Colo,,. .
v = iij cI' (-< -----,----- --. --- -_--___.-_._ .8 a. 34 .40. Boutharn .olon- $ 8'l .
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'. .. I 04 All '. .... ..., ', I&otton Co____ 40". All except !SE'S; CoIC N1314 _..-____.. U 38 81 600 Seuthern COIUAt't.) 1
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--- -.---. .- ._.________ I..tloll
- __..___.. 10 17 I', 841 Soulh"1'n {'olon- Co_ __ 112't/Ih/
'r ; J!:' IPlII. 70 yde square In I 1.\11\ non ('o.. 7013 All except NE'ii .______._.____________ 35 83 33 480 Southern ColonIsatlon "
I 8\r orf __ _____.0_____________________ 6 29 31 39 1'ulcno.yn _____ of 4.I3 --------, ...-;.-__.;.h_:::;,..:-_,._ n IT U. 843 Southern Colonlzatlon :, Co____ ao-'41.' .

1 .. NI-a.! of RIh __.-. .. ___.__._____ __ 6 21! 34 41t 1'nlHI'n\ ..____ 4.03 IAll: ; L : Co-__ Go3t All .ozcept NI'4: und SE'4 of1.\\' .. _._ 82 33 33 0140 Southern ColonIsatlon .
to 4.t -------- ------_-__ ___ ____ 14 IT 34 Co_
1 -'J 'Undr\'ld..d.4y lilt In'Ii\\ ot HI'; .. 21 30 34 211 $' uvnao, Mr. - -- 140 Southern Iolon- ___ I.U
.. L zzlr. __.____ 695 Buh. div of NS1't: of
Lot 01 ___0 _ __________________ _____ 1 It 84 40 l"nknown' ______ 61" All -----.___________________________._ U 87 If .40 801-'rl-: } <; (('o'ulultIr ___: 00.22 Ifenrvc.lddtson's! 33 as 33. ___
: t.ut 1.j----:::::::::::::::::::: 1'% Walker. J II.-_
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r 3..1 2 of :NI;P.- --- --- --- --- ------ 2 81 34 154 Unlufown __ 971tll 1 A II : of Izntlon Cu_ 40_I 0I -- - -- TL90
? ': of X//'4 .__ __ ,7_.. ____- _______ 17 81 34 41t Thumaa. \\' 8__ 6.05, River ____:.-.J___..______-_ 18 87 $4 680 South orn C uloclIsatlon : All __________ ____.:.___________________ 2 36 33 638 Southrrn Colonlzatlon '
All -7 U 84 f86! HOllllwrn ( 'olon- ro____ ''
? !' I"Bllol1 ('0_, __ 40.40 I All -------------__.______________.____ 21 a7 $4 640 Southern ('olonlsatlon 3'1.8 All _.__ _________._______________.____ 4 36 33 640 BOluth COr--- 1010 \yr,;
.AII _______ _ __.. .:._____._____..:;_-__ ] 7' 82 34 040 ,::"Ion- All ('o__ _. 40H i, lrl'l Cq; ____ 40.10 '
4, l+ SOlzni.l. .n ('u___. 40.40 ----------=!--_-.____.___.________ 12 37 84''4140 Southern Colon. All unBu.d and fine part ________ 6 36 33 640 Southern ColonIzntlon t

t eN+' .A.U---------------------------------- 10 32 34 g3t 1'1.,11". ru Cnl..n"nll' ,'All ____________ n Co___ 40ldI. Co__._ 40 .
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(C 4040 _____________ 23 87 b811 : : "
11 ::0--- i Southern Cu1un All un..ul't'r.tJ. g. 'of River __________ 6 311 33 1199 80ull..rn Colon,
All ___________ ____________..___._____- 2D 82 34 014 AOIIII hern I'nlnll- I. Itlon Co____ 400 1".lIon. Co____ 40 f "
r I . _____ 40 11
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Izntlon (b___ 4040 - --- ___________ 24 87 34 U Southern Colon- All _________________________________._ 9 36 33 640 Southern Colon- 1'1}
:All __________________ _______________ 01 82 34 G3D Southern: : ( olonlznllon : I All s- Co__ 4040 .. Izstlon C. : t
4040
(.0._ __ 4040 ----------------- --.-----___._____ 25 87 a4 842 BoIr ColonCo : All ______.u_________________________ __ 10 36 33 640 Southern (
y{ 1' .All _____ ____ _.._. __ 33 32 84 OH ROllllwr"nIOIl'' .: _ _
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lznllon Co____ 4040 87 34 541 8nulherlt Colonizetlon : All ____._______________._________.____ II 36 33 640 Southern '
01 N\\'l _._._.________ ___ __,_______ 3 33 34 t60 Rh...ndVin_ ____ 1086All All C'L. _ 10.10 .Izntlon eo:__
_______ 40.10( '. j
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Q _. __ .:.. ._-__.______i-4 3:1: H 6116 !Southern Colonznlinn ------ ---- ____ 27 87 34 114*, 9J\Jlh..rn ColonA11 All ___________._______________________ 12 36 U 640 Southern ColonIsatlon \;

.. ___ 3792. F.: of RIver ___________ lslon Co.__ 1010uthrrn eo____ 4040 ,
_____
,l. ' All _______________________ ___________ r. 33 34 (6"3" H"II'rn( ('..Ion. ___ 29 87 8600 $ Coionlzatlon AJI ___-_________-_________________,___ 11 86 83 640 Soulh..rn ColonIatlo ;, y,..

+ Rouen C 0__ __ 87 P2 All E. Df' JUver ________________ Co____ 372ulhrrn Co___ 40 4() ,
All ___________________________________ I33 81 GI5 Ro..lh..rn ("ulon,110" __ ._ 33 n a620 8o C01on- All _______ ___________________________ 1/ 36 33 640 80ull..rn ;

9!! .., ('0____ 87 92 All -----------_______________________. 84 87 faHnro. F o-R :1010 ; .""lion Colon-- 1010( 1 1:1:
I :All r-------------------------------- 7 33 at 627 Southern Colon.hnllon All -. ---.--------___________________.__ 36 31 84 3640 840 :: All E. of Rh'.r ____n_______________- 17 36 33 120 Rnurh..rn. "olon. ""II )
____ South.rn Colon- '
Co 10 40 ( 0____ fl10{ iJ\t\

All ____ ______________ _________________ 8 .33. 31 fo39 Southern (Colonlsntlon .0__. _- 10 40 All .r-=-----------_________________.___ 36a7 $4 4140 Southern l&.tlOI1 Co Colon-____ O.O All ___-_______________________________ ZI 36 18 640 Southern Co Colon'J't___ 4040 '"; I fIsatWn

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'i,,. d All __.__. __.. ______._____. _____.: 9 33 31 G4I 811enltlon Colon- NF'i: of NFJ'4 ---_--------____________ 25 17 II 40 I&atlon Co____ 10.40 All ___________________________________ 22 36 33 640 Soulh..rn Colon- iJ r-
40 (0 :4 of NF4____________:._.__________ !II 17 Hopkin. 11V__ 4.U .Izatloh ('0____ 404() ,, '
, .All except NE',1--------------------. ...-- 10(( 33 at 481 Ro111hPrn I Colone1' : 1Indlv. " Int In N\V'4 of' NW'4______ 13 29 II 13 40 Sumner' n J.__ 4.n All __________________m______-'-____n II 86 33 640 Southern Colonlintlen .1
(I..{lion Co.___ 30 / 9N16 I AW'4 of NW'4 __ ____________ 20 f'lavaC. W If___ 264 'o___: 4040 '.
___.____ ______-_______ _.__._____ 10 33 34GO Rhr..vt", Is p_.__ 10 36'A RI-4 of fI'\.... + and 00 8W'4 of' SE ...... 13 12 29 19 U U 40 Savage. W II1.4<<3 All ( ______________________________ 26 36 83 842 Southern "'olon'j';'

All rxc, I'I Sis'i 1 : 11 33 34 UO Houlh..rn ColonIzntlon fo1W'4 of NV4 -- .------___-_________ 14 29 U to 80 Unknown. _____. IIRO lililHuulhrrn. hal I n__._ 21.29() ,
0 -------1------------. ('o____ ao 49 \V14 or N\\4 leas R. R rl.h' oway-. Savage, R DOo __ 4.68 All frac. and uII..urvp.1. pnrt________ 27 36 33 610 ('olon- '

13\V'1: __-_ _________________________ 13 33 3f 160 Southern ('olon- I and 420 .1.q feet In S\\ eon also less. Irntlolt Co.__ 4040 1
I..nllon. Co.___ to .6 N"I,4 or N44 or NW'4 of N\V'4______. IS 2933 80 All un.urvrYt"tJ E. of River __________ Z8 36 33 360 Southern Colonisellon : I

TC 1411'4...___ ___.__ __.___._. ___________ If 33 34 IGO Soulh'rn Colon1 ] RWI,. of RW'4 -------- ._.____________ 3 30 U 40 Unknown __Oo __ 910 ,"0._ __ %2_4S '
f. hnllon Co___ 10.66Nf ',I3eg. 10] f't E and 297 ft'N of B\V rJr. Padtrett, Jnon__ 666 All unsurveyed E. of rl\"l-r ______n__ 33 36 33 200 Southern ColonIsatlon -

d( ', ;'. ___ _. ___ ___ .____ .__. _____ _-c--- 14 33 34GO Clark, C \\'___ 10.36NI' of I-IF.% of N\4 run E 150 tt; 8 110 ('o. 13.1.
{ : ); '. __ __. _____ ._ __ _._____.__ 14 33 34 /G/I 'I..rk. A ]h 1'1' ___ 10.16 ftV. ]150 ft. N 1i0 ft. ----__________ 16 30 38 ___ All unaurv.y..d E. of Rh''r ._________ 31 36 3.3 615 Soullwrn ColonIsatlon :.-
? t All _ _ _.__ ____ _______________ 16 3B 34 040 Southern ("oJ..n1."II"n B\t'4 of S\'v.' %. leas Innd. owned hy .1. Moore R ______ 1.87 Co_. /0/P< (
('o__ __ 4(1.40.AU H ltnleden. Lee I4aes and Snow A Ah fracll.'and! uneurveyrd Ilnr-; ______ 36 36 83 440 Routhern Colonizallnn : ,

___________________________________ 16 33 Sf 610 Southern ColonIzallou ] Hryan! .. 23 1'0__ __ 4 _4o-) .
Cn __ 4040 I': 27 acres 'j.-s ,4rN ''-::::_::::: a :g 33 82 MrCleuand. W 11 725 All frart! ___._____________n_______ ae 36 33 640 Houlh..rn ColonIsnllon .

4'- All ______ _____-___-___________________ 17 33 31 640 S..uttwrn Colonlzatlon 4- 27VIIIlan 1 ,". Mrs. __ C0_ __ 404" i
fOf "t ("0. __ 4040 SF'/4, of NWt4 ---______.______________ 17 90 83 40 .ul"h h __ 3 30 All E. of rlv'r _______.___________. 2 37 33 350 Southern Colon-
.: All ___00 ______________________________ t 8 33 34 G43 Soul h'rn ('oonlonllnn RF. : .... -.- . 2 80 40 Thompson Jno_ 1110 1"\I"n ("0_ ___ %2_ S
oJfN _
r Cn____ 1010All RW\ N1'4 c ''' I:::::: 1 20 U 120 Lesley: \!L;-. :: U All frart! and un.urve.d E. of rlv"r 11 37 33 4\3\ Southern COIOnIzntlon .

___________ ___._________-_________ 11! 33 Sf 6-67 Southern "olon- SI:'. or S4 9 81 83 Ordway, W : Co. __ n 5S
y 1..llnn. Co__ __ 4040 I ----------------------r- 10 Thompson, Lots I and I ______________________ ___ 12 87 38 f3 Southrrn Colon-
All ______.__.__._____________________ _WeNlry. _____. 8.98 .
., 20 33 34 611 RW'4 of SEy4 ---_________ ___ _.___ 15!I 111 38 40 Isallon 'o___ ._2S
Roeahen Colon- 4040 All -------- ----___.____._______.h___.__. 17 31 83 610 Roulhprn Thompson ColonIzatlon John 3.55 All rract! __________ __._____,______u 13 37 83 296 Routhrrn I: Colonkntlon : II.
All It Smtthrrn Colonyl . ,'
21 33 640 Co. .
----------------- ---------------- 19.30
, t.{ Isatlon, Co _ = 4010 All ----_---------_--.----- _______.___ 19 81 83 631 Co____ 4040 All l.: of River ______________________ 137 33 820 Southern olon.'i.\
All ____________________ _______________ 22 33 34 640 Rout horn CnonIz"lIon ] Southrrn ColonIsatlon : Isnllon 20 liT
,x 11 / !'o._ __ 4040 All except E'4. of N"14 __.__________ 21 81 83 658 Snutyorn Co ColonIzntlon ___ 0.40 All t.:. of River -----------------------4 : 7 33 160 Southrrn, SolonIzntlo i : 'I
All -----------------------------------3 33 8641 Soot hrrn ('nlon- Cu__ _. 105 jh
r 1."lIon Co---_ 40.10r'3 All ----_------________________________ 27 31 33 611 Co. .__ 81.73 P.'. of SE'" __._un__. _______ __ 16 j 30 32 60 JtuIII..r. If .' 5/ r ".
tVtS ______ _______..____.1_________ ___ 25 33 34 320 Southern Colon4t ROlllhprn Co.ColonIznllon _ _- :11\\4: '_ _ __ ____ _ . ._ _ 'h . ..2J 3ft :12: ] ru rrdanr, W l1'.V11' -_ 1"3<1' ;,
M lotion Co__ 20 67 All except N1,4 or NF4: ___..________. 29 81 83 557 f'loulhprn' ColonlzOtlon 40.40 \1"y ni S11"4 of E'.on'I.' ; ofof ,. .
r44 All ------------------------------------6 33 34 642:! Ruuthrru ('"IonIzallon :71Vti ------- - --._ ___ _ ____ ._ 2', 3'3! 40 Jt1lnl..r. If A __ 3 I.f
,4 Co _ 4040All Alt ----.------.___.________._________ 31 8t 38 640 Co, ___ 31144 w t1 of NtV'4 of XI-: '. _.__ ____ __ . 11 1 :. ; 7'0 lIunl..r. II A _. L6! 'fj 1

,q ___________________________________ 27 33 34 G39 Soul ,...rn (Colonlznllon 'o._ O40 All .----- ---._---__________________ ___ 33 31 83 639 Soulhern Rchmolke.Colonlzatlon .L _. 40 10 0\11 _. ._. _____.__. __ .___.________ 13 JI 636 Roull..rn (ColonIsatlnn _- 404011 ,

l.- AU ______________________________.____ 24 33 34 ill41.... Southern! Colon4.L. : I III All _________________4__________.:______ 1.5 31 33 649 Routhrrn (Colonlzatlon "0_ __. 404\ ,\ _____ ._ ____________ __.________. __ 14 n 3630 Southern' Colon'l 0. *
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., 1."lIon ('n- 40 40 Iretlu11 CO. 40.4''

------------------------------------'D. 33 3641 Southern 1'010nI""lton All ______________ ______ Co. _: 4040 x1 11 _. _____ ___._.___._______._____.__ 15 31 32 639 Routhern. Colon- Fx
T. --------- ---- 1 SI 33 642 ROIlh..rn, ColonIsatlon
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1 ('o____ 40.40AU 0 lzatlon Co. 40 10--

(,, '4v,, _________________________________ 30 33 34 665 Routhrrn,Isnllon V.('olonr 040lE..lton All ----_- ------________________________ 2 32 33 645 Soulhprn 'o ColonIzatlon ___.. 10.10( Alt _____.____________________________. /6 81 33 GIO Southern Co ColonIsallon _: 40 40Inn "

1 All ________.__________________________ 31 33 Sf 6RO Southrrn Cofnn-: All ('0. __ 4040 All. ___________________________________ 17 31 82 610 Rnuthrrn (ulon- 1,
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rY- ------------- 8 32 33 610 Soulhprn Colonlaatlon '
,ia ( 0__ __ 040 .""\ ('n _ 40 o. .:t:
III- AU _______________________ Co__ 4040 All _________. ____________ __ _
. _----------- 32 38 34 641 SOUl hrn olon- .n ______ 20 31 3Z 810 Ruuth,.rn C.lan-
._ All ____._________._________.__________ 4 81 33 6301 Nnnh.rn ('nL.;: .. .:

:: 4 All ______________._________________".__ 33 33 84 641 Southern izaiion i Colon-o 40.0 All --Iaiit ii Cn::::_ 4010 All -----------,;_______________________ 21 31 32 650 Southern"OAunn 'Colonisation (' 40t
except.NEt4 __________.__________ 6 81 33 487 South..rn (Coon i '
Izatlon Co____ 4040 Cu. _
t :: 4 .AU ___________________________________ 34 ,31. 84 639 Southern Colonization NE'4 less of laatloll Co____ 1.0./9 All ___.___n_________________________ 22 31 J2 631 SotMhorn Colon 14 82.
\VJL NEt4 .r NF4: ______ I a2 3S 134 BrhaRMcCann

1'rr All _________________________ _________ 35 33 84 1140 Southern Co Colonization ____ 40-40 8outhern All __________________________________ 23 31 32 610 Southern ization: : Co _ 40. 4o.( .,
An _ __ CoionBD Colon
Co4010 ___ ________________-__________ II II as IIU :; ;

.AU lsntlon Co_._ 40.40 All __________:________ ization (0_ _. 40.4o. I
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-------- 36 U 34 640 Southt'rn Colon ---- ______ J4 31 82 838 Southern
F -------------J'----------- All ___________________________________ 7 U as 640' Southern Colon.Isatlon : Colon

) ,, All ___________________ ______ Southern Co .- 40.40 I Co____ 4040 All ization CoSouthern __ __ 40_ 4l> 4
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1 U 84 649 ColonV --------- 26 31 82 Bag
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( b Isatlon Co40.40 All -----.________._____________________ 8 II 33 US South..rn {"olonIN I ColonIsatlon : ":

e '- r, All --------------.-------------------- 2 34 84 .1188 t Isatlon Co___ 4040 All --------------____.____.___________ III 31 102 840 Southern Co____ 40.40( .
Southern, Colon- ___________________________________ 2 U as 120 Southrrn ColonIsatlon : Colon
40.40
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All .__.---------------------_--------- 3 834 .19 Southern Colonization Co.__ %0117All All --------_-----_--------____________ 27 U 92 m Southern 4O10 -
All _______.___________________________ 10 81 31 t40 Southern ColonIsatlon : ColonIsatlon
y Co____ 40.40Southern
All ____________________ Co___ 4040 All .: ______________ Co.___ 40.4(*
.____
". ----4 34 84 11411 Colonization -------- ------- 28 31 3Z 5110 Southern
,, ________________________________ 11 U as IIU Southern ColdnIsatlon : ColonIsstlenCo
q Co_ __ 40.40
!.p t All _______.___________________________ II 34 84 61111 Southern' Colonisation Co___ 4040 All -------------_____.________________ It 31 n 818 Southern ____ 8/_I*
ti All ___________ Colon
-.- ___.__________________ II al .3 t42 Southern CofonIsatlon :
Co____ 40.40 .
-i t All _--.:--.--------------------------- II .14 It 708 Southern Colon Co___ 4040 AJI --------- ___________ la 11 II .40 isation Co.__. 40.4O( .
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isation. Co____ 40.40 All ___________________________________ II II 33 140 Southern ColonIsatlon : ----- ColonIsatlon -

r 1. :All __________________________________ Co____ 41140 All Co____ 40.40(
34 14 118C Southern Colon __
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J' isation Co__,. 40.40 All ________.______________________---- 14 la 13 .41 8oulhrrn Colon- Colon.Isatlon :

All ____ ______________________________ U 840 Southern Colon- Isatlon Co___ 4040 All ____ Co___ 1Ii4.
8 It u'UI 1 --------------------- __________ U 31 II 140 Southern
All ___ ____ ColonIsatlon
- Isatlon Co._._ 40.40 ._ _____________________- 15' 889 Southern Colon.isatlon : -
An ____ ____ ___._.____________._____ Southern Colon.Isatlon Co_._ 4040 All Co_._. 40.(0( x
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All ___________________________________ 11 II 18 1(0 Southern ColonIsatlon : SouthernColon: *
Co. 40.40
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14 .41 Southern Colon _....
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4 1F ----- NW'4 anti ; --------- ------ ._______ II n II 140 Southern! ColonM :
, Isatlon Co__._ 40.40Southern 8E14 ___.___ ________ IT .. II. no 8outhern Colon.S. : : _

',' ..e.:4- ---.. 11 14 14 .40 Colon. .IAf' '" laatlon Co 10.17 Ail -__.____..:._________._______ 1 II 1. UI Souther Isatlon) Co.... 'OC(> ,"
N14 ._ .__.__ _.. ___..__. __ Colon..va ] Colon-
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'W"II. ))11th" , I Isatlon Co.... .'0.4 0 .r. l' II I' lal Southern .
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j- ",. All ___.:_.__D...-._..._;:__..-_'".--... ,11 '. 14 IC 81.8 Southern Colon p laatlon Co 10.17 All ...-------..-."'---.---_-.-..--(2- II la UI IsatlomCoSouthern V.olon-... 40.40s40J4 1.r;
NS4 tad SID"(, _..:..____....: __._ __ Coin *
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' Isatlon Co..... 40.40 -" Soutaern. R
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E .eAll; _; "___-________.:.______________.__._ 14 84 8C .41 Southern. Colon- and 8W'4 of 8W'4 ._____-________ 10 it .II 140 S.utbern Colon. All --.----::---_____________________ ( la al liS Southern Isatlon Co Colon____ 4.61- ':;.',
laaUon COh_ 'IIS "
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Isatton Co_._. 40.40
h All __?_:________-___________________ 15 14 IC .41 Southern Colon All __.____._____._____________________ 11 II II .no Southern Colon- All E. of River __-___.____._______... 6 81 II 119 Southern isation. Co"olon-____ 40.40. ;'1''
..; ; laatlon 4040
isation Co____ 40.40Southern
Allr_______________________________ 18 S4 U .40 Colon- ________________________--_________ 2S II 33 UI Southern ColonAll S.% of 8E14" ---________________._______ 8 8a U 80 Southern isation Co Colon.___ 40.40- "
Izatlon Co____ 4040
Izatlon. Ct ..__ 40.40
- All. _____________.__._-.-__._______.____ 17 84 Ie .40 Southern Colonization > All __._________________------------___ 28 82 83 841 Southern ColanIsatfon All -----------------__________________ . 1% 32. 837 Southern isation Co Colon.___ 6.71 ,ti
S- Co____ 40.40 Co____ 4040
.'i )'; + All _______.____________________________ 18 34 14 1180 Southern Colonization All ________________.__________________ 24 II 8a 1139 Southern Coton.laatlon All ------------ _____________________ 10 81 31 818 Southern isation Co Colon.___ 40..40- t.
Co____ 10.10
Co____ 40.40
(p r ; :All -__________________________________ It 34 36N Southern Colonization All -------------------------_--_______ 25 II 13 63t Southern ColonIsatlon : All except' WH of SW14 and EH of SEW!: 11 U U 474 Southern ization Co"olon-__ 40.4029.1 -,
Co___ 40.40
I . Co____ 40.40
+" All --_____.___________________________ 20 34 34 1140 Southern Colonization All ___________________________________ 26 8a 83 litO Southern ColonIastlon All u________________,________________ U U 8Z Cta Southern ization Co.Colonization .. :.
Co__._ 40.40 Co___ 4040
Y All _________._________________________ 21 34 at 841 Southern Colonization All ___________________________________ 27 32 II 6S' SoUlh..rn ColonIsatlon N44 of NW'4 and N'4 of 8E14 _______ 18 31 32 160 Southern Co Colonlinden 40.40 '.
y, Co ___ 40.40 Co___. 40.40
V All ________________.__________.______ 29 34 34 639 Southern Colonization All __.____________.________ ___________ 28 82 81 1138 Southern Colon.IlIatlQl1 .. All except W'% of RF. '4 ______________ 14 32 32 CoR7 Southern! Co Colonization ____ 1041 9
r n____ 411.40
Co._ __ 40.40
-t- r.4 All _________________________________._ :2d 34 34 641 Southern Colonization ,', Nt4 of NW'4 ___._._.________._.______ 29 82 33 80 B01llh"l"'n" CnlohIsatlon .' All except NE'4 and N'.. of SEV4._._ 15 82 82 401 Co._iSouthern -. .5.44 r'Sn
Co____ 671 Colon'
Co__.. 40.40
4f4 :All --------_-_---__ ___ ________________ H 34 34 840 Routhern Colonization All except NE'4 ______________________ 10 32 18 480 Southern Colonization All ----_-..---------_____________ _____ 16 32 82 637 Southern Izatlon Co.___ 36.65t;
p Co_ ._ 40.40 Co____ 20.49N1V4 Colon
!All ______n_________________________._ 26 34 84 1141 Southern Colonization ______ _________,______._________ ao 32 33 60. Robprt.on. A,11 10JII All E. of River ______.________ ization) 'n___. 40.40 r
Co._ .. 4040 All _____-_-_______-_____-____-________ II 32 33 1127 Southern ColonIsallon --- --- 17 S2 32 479 Southern Col onIzntlon ft

', All __n_______________________"_______ H 34 34 640 Routhern, Colonization Co____ 4040 All E. of River -_---_________________ 20 32 32 320 , Co.___ 80.49
.-. Co ___ 40.40 All "ceptV'Ii of N\Y'4 and E'4 or Ell. 12 32 33 400 Southern Colonlzallon Southern Colon

:All ______n___________________________ 27 34 34 889 Southern Colonization Co_ _ 25.58E14 All __ ization Co____ 10.67-
i Co40.40 of 114 -.________________________ U U U 160 Sehaff McCann ------------------------------_ 21 32 32 636 Southern' Colon

All ----____________________.._________ 28 If 34 631 Southern Colonization : Land Co .. __ 1066 All _____________________ ization Co.___ 40.49-
r ('0__ _ 4_40 All ----.______________________________ as II as 6fO Southern ColonIzallon --------- ---- 22 32 32 r.n Southern Colen- 1+
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1 !All ___________________________________ 29 34 If 1139 Southern Colonization Co_ __: 4040AJI All except SE14 and R'.. of > ____ Izntlon Co____ 40-40 '
Co40.40 ------------- ------_______._______ 84 al II 1140 Routhern Colonlzatlon N\V'4 23 32 82 409 Southern Colonization '

e All: _______________.___________________ 80 If 14 11111 Southern Colonization ; Co_ _: 4040 SH of NH of NWU and S'4 of CoSouthern ____ .I5.6ST
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All _____________ \ Southern Colonlastlon
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Co 40-40 ----- ---------------- andV14 of SW % and N'.. of _. r
', All ----_____________.._________________ 11 14 34 848 Southern Colonization Co.40.40 NE'4 24 32 32 280 Colon I
Co_ __ 40.40J All __._______________-_________________ 86 32 13 639 Southern ColonIsatfon All except S',4 of SWV4 Izntlon CoSouthern ____ .11 /d -
A AJI ______________________.____________ 32 l4 84 639 Routhern Colonization Co_ __: 4040All 26R'4 32 32 561 Colon.Izatlon r
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Co. .. 40_40Routhern ---___ 1 U 33 IIU Southern of BWt4, . ._________ ( 0._._ I5.446.4T 1.i
." All __________}________________________ 33 'If 34 641 Colon- Co; ___: UO ------ --- --- 25 32 32 DO Shute E F_____. A
Untlon Cn_ __ 40.40 All _._________________________________ 2 II 18 eal Southern ColOnIzAtlon All ._____n____.__________________ _____ 26 32 32 640 Southern Colonization

; All -______________.___________________ 34 at If 640 Southern Colonization ('O__ : 4040 CoSouthern ____- 40-40 "
__ 4040 All 8 3S 88 .37 8oulhrrn ColonIsatlon All ---------------_---------__________ 27 32 82 '
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.All ______n_________________________.__ 311 14 8640 Southern Colonization Co___: 40.40 Co____ 40.40 +,I
Co_ __ 40-40 All rxceptV4 of SF4: ___________.__ 4 II 18 1117 Southern CnlonIsalion NW'end' W-I. of SE\4 and \V14 of r ,
All ___________________________________ 86 34 at 610 Routhern Colonization Co__ _: 86.ft Nr4 -.---- ----..---.----.--...____ 2R 32 32 320 Southern Colon
o r Co_.__ 40-40 All ___________________________-______. II II as us .Southern ColonIsatlon izationRouthern Co. 20-IT ,
''l All --------------___________.--------- 1 86 at 689 Routhern Colonization Co___: 4040 All E: of River of NE% of NE'4---_ 29 32 32 40 Colon :

Co.___ 4040Southern N'4 ---- --_________________.__________ 6 U 38 819 Southern Colonlzatlon I"n lion Co_ S 3So' '
r $, All _______________________-__._.______ 2 36 9610 Colonization C0___: 20.57Atp SW"4 E. of River _.________ 38 32 32 160 Southernization. (Colon ..
"t Co____ 40-40 ______ _______________.____________ 41 'S 81 3U Roger..J P ____ 2027 ] .60' r
:AU ________________________________ :I 334 IIU Southern Colonization BEST 7 as ,31 160 Southern ColonIsatlon All NW'4 In Osceola county-----------33 32 12 80 Unknown Co_ 2.It ;
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rt Co_.__ 40-40 'o___: 10.68Ng All -----_---------- -------_ ___________ 86 -
11:% _____________.__ __________________ 4 III at 828 Southern Colonization and R\V", ________._._'____________ 7 13 33 4U Ro< Co 10 R7Ware. Air except N\V'4 of Nit' and E14 of All except E',.. of NWt4 ________ IzatlonSouthern Co____ 40.40
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W ______ ------------.___________-__ 4 811 at 810 W J_.--- 20 17Southern NE'4 of NE'4 ---__----------------. I IS II 177 8outhern ColonIsatlon Colon- .' ,
411 ._ Co___: 85.74All All except NH" of NE\4 and S\4 of' NW I4 Izatlon Co_ 15.44i9ir
r ---------- ---------------------- II III 3648 Colonization I S3 32 4K8 Southern Colon-
Co_.__ 4040 ----------------------------------- 9 II as 1140 southern ColonIsatlon
f .AU __"-J.._____________________________ 7 S( 3613 Southern Colonization Co___: 4040 All Pscrpt N W'4 --.---------__________ 3 33 32 4(8 Southern Izatlon Co Colon____ 4y'4 3 3f J'

.AU .________________________________ ... ... ...0_ Q Co i;;:'= 40.40 All ncept N% of NW'4 and S'/, of SE'4 10 II as 4U 8outhern.....!
( -- n -Isntion Co:_::_ 441-40 All ____..-__________.________-________ 11 13 a3 IU, 80uther" (Colon ore Southern +roton-. 17.9Z
.An = I"atlon Co____ 4040AU Lots 1 and 7 ____ Southern Co_ _-
-- ------------------------------- 9 311 14 640 Southern Colon-' -1'------------------ II 83 31 52 t
isation CoSouthern ___ 40-40 __ ________._____________________ 12 33 31 t1 Southern CoIQltbatlon Colon
JUI ______________________________-___ 10 3. i688 Colon Co____ 4040 An -----.----------------------------_ 9 as 82 540 I"a lion Co____ 4.4T I
isation Co___. 404AiO40 All ___________________________________ 13 13 83 IIU Southern ColonIsatlon Southern ColonIsatlon '
y iu ___n______________________________ 11 88 If 640 Southern Colon Co____ 40.4 All ----.---------------------_-------- 10 83 II .40 Co___. 40-40( {
'r; rf isation CoSouthern ____ All ______________.____________________ 14 81 33 .40 Southern Colon- Southern ColonIzAtlon .
I 1.11 ___________________________________ 18 811 E618 Colon Itlon Co____ 10.10 All --T- ----------------.----------__ 11 U 52 tl1 Co__._ 49.40 .
'- isation Cot ___ 40-40 All __________________________.-------- 111 31 88 .40 Southern ColonIsatlon Southern Colon ,
JUI All except W'4 Isstlon Co 1940 ., .
IS 311 8010 Southern Colon Co__:_ 4040
5- ( isation Co____ 40.40 All _____._____________________________ 1. II IS 1140 Southern ColonIsatlon 'pionIsallon
l jJl _______________________- ___________ 1II 84 .411 Southern Colon 'h Co____ 4040 1B4" dt .r r

isation CoSouthern ____ 40.40 All ___________________________________ 17 IS It .40 Southern Colon- All __.______ ....._ 19,11 #
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,, Isatlon Co.... 40.40 All ___ ___ 18 .1 Colon.Isatlon 111 . _____.__
________ __._ _ __ -- ------------- _________ 14 33 I. 641 '
All ______ ___ _... __ 17 II 14 140 Southern Colon Co___. 4040. Southern Colon 4j

isation Co_._. 40.40 All ______-___._______________-______._ JI tt3 .11 Southern Colon. All _______ Isatlon CAT 4t.40 . ,
s} t :All .,_. ....... ....._____-______ 18 $1 1e"U Southern Colon Itlon Co_.__ 4040 ------- --------- __..____ 111 31 12 .40 Southern Colon t'' 1R,

l': All ___ __________________ II I3 480 Soutb.rn ColonItlon isation 4 ,40.
Isatlon Co.... 40.40 except NW'4 III Lola I, II, C. 10 and 11 _._____ Co. -, .
l. ,JU1' _:_._--_________.______________ 11 f84 It Southern Colon Co____ 10411 .____ 17 II II .It3 Southern Colon

Isatlon Co ._ 40.4 All except NU of NWU _____--.-____ 11 II .I 110 Southern ColonI.atlen 8E14, of NB14 and BE isation j
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Isatlon Co.... 40.44 .All ____________________-__- 14 Ill .1 110 Southern X00--: All Isatlon Cow ._ /040
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I ".v "... leaden Co. (.... All except NH Ofxoept NW'4 __,__'--_._ 311'II II II' Southern oloelutloa of NWW and WH of Isatlon Co.-4.0..4l ,
4 ;&II ___ # ., .- -----____________ II ti IIIi Bonth.rnCn1ea *. ', C o.___ 3114 HW* __ __ NWU and ,
; ':. z W t! isation CO_... 40..' All 8WK of NWt( _______.. 26 8. .11 .01 Southern ...l"nI&aUOD .__.. 33) IS SlAll Southern Colonk4 "
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I<. and lot 1. .I. ... T;, I ,7-..__.,__..--. 11 O. I" "I Southern Colon Lot I. blk ,,117 ....,.._.__._____.._. ._ __ _.. Moor. M _.__. ',/l Isatlon Co ._. ...---
. r- l Isatlon Co' _._., tt.,01 Lot .. blk IU u.U ' __,__,..;,.. ... 1-, __ .,._ "T.aknow 4 ___ 'ull Lout to M., lea and NW, Tot 1/....._. II !' HO Southern Cot- .
8" ...._.._ _........__.__, ., 33 II 33 Lota and bile I'{ : : .... .
; \, ..._..._. 131.. Southern Colon* .1 ,.::___ s_ -- '- __.' Moora. ,,_....y 77 / ..."<>" Co ......
.. laation Co....' 10.' 51 Lot '. bile II _._ __.:___.._____._ e. _. __ Moor... ___ Lot 1? .--* Unknow .. IJ.f-J t
All .............:: _..._..::_..d.-._...__. $3' it I. .10. Southern Colon t'pik 111 -__..;._?_...... _._-__. ..: r. ,._ Tecknow A .__ ,11,11 Lots. it to .j'D._._...__ Southern Colon-___. '. '. wa r
HI' . Imatlon Co.._. 40.40 t 7' blk ltt -...-____._?__ ... _.- -.. T.oknow 4 _. ItIOnCo .
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.. IsatlonCo.. .. 40.40 Lot 1.. Dlkt1f/ ____.___.__..___, ..- __ _, R.ekk.R.. C....-..-_, ..7T 1 'Isatloa Co 14.04 ,
HI ..: . .t p if H1 Lot I. bile 110 __..___ ___ Lot 14Lots _. __..____,_, ,_ lii -_
--- --------. ----- - -- Southern Colon. __ T.ck.'i A _.. --- 14 14 'Southern ColonIsatlon ;
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lotion Co.... 40.40 .._____ Meqre, M' ; Co Mr
.ui B1. of JUnr ___ S 1. II Lot ____. ,__. _. _. 1 to 9, lea ...._ .._ I'> --*. .
------- --- 100 Southern Let.:: 'i 'p1:810.: -..____., 8a.ckhoft. C:.: .81 ? ._____:_ i II 14 140 .Southern ColonIsatlon -
Colon .
I laation 2lSO.S7" bill: Iii _______ ... '. -_ Teak now. A .. Co .
p All B1. of River _____..__?____?__ .. II I. no Southern Colon.' Lob f and I'. bile 1i/ -__ 8&0..100. C._._ .1, Lpts 8 to 14. Ine. _--._r.-..._,:. _. 41 il 14. 140 Southern ColonIsatlon --. '10.44* + .
r. laation Co.... Lot I. blk a1lt _.________.._ :-- -.. __ __.Tecknow, A _ 'Co '
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I AU __.____ :: 7$1 II 110 Lot 7. bile __.. __ .__ Lots IT t _._..____ 11 11 .
j u -? -- ? -------? Moody H J:._. 40.10 ____;; -- A.okhoR C.,..;._ .Il 0..0. __.___ t111 Southern Co1o.i .
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All B1. of River ____._____.__________._ 11. 16 32 310 Southern Colon Lot 1. bile II' ...__._____?___ -- __ I ___, T.oknow.. A __ ./l i' Isatlon Co **.A ,
laation Co_...._ 11. I All B1. of Rlvee _.______.______._____. 17 ,$1 I' I. Sou thorn Colon Lot l lk: 17{ --------___.__-__.____ -. -: -- --- Isatlon. Co -i.. .'.'" .
.. Isatlon Co_... 1. ---------___..________ -- -- -. -- T.ulkcnolwC A'l./ Lot. 1, .. 4. I, 4 _.._______________ IT II i111 Southern Colon* j
&' HL of Rlror .. .::.______._ II .1 II 400 Lo t bik ... 3t "!III
i ''7.n.t -- -------- Southern Colon. 11.1 ------ -- -..---- -- Isatloa Co _.._ 4-tl '!o-' I!'"
- N1"-- laation Co.... 25.52 Lot .. bik .- -._.__ .____-___- -- .: --- noull'h.\ ___ .11 Lots '. 10. 2!. IS. 14. 1i. 11 ___.______ !7 SI i111 Southern Colon* .. '.
. --__ _._:_______.._.______________ I' 25 II .fO Southern Colon. Lot ,. tIt 1.41 --'..:.- --?.--.---- -- .._r -- --- Aackhort. C ____ .tt I I Isatloa Co ___.' ..t.' : ...
.< I. laation Co._._' 40.40 Lot Lo' -..---.--____________-_ -- -- --- Tecknow. A ,.___ ...1Lo fAt. 17. ... tl, 11, 14 ._?._____?___ U.II. t110 Southern ColonIsatloa -. .
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1111 ---- -- --- C ____ ... Co l
'" lot 1 ________u____________._ ______ II t31 101 Maklnson. W B 1. elk -.--, .'---------.---__-::-s--- -- -- -- --- -:'oor.,Ckbqlt. M ____.._ .111 Lots II. 16, I to IS. loo. and \ lot I IT I I III Southern ColonIsatlon -- -.? R/il. : .

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9 34 '"" of NWW _____.______________.. 11 23 81 40 -B---L- _. :------------- :: :: :: ::: DonosRi4:: It --- .11Lot Lots 1 t o. ins _______..._....___._:__ IS SI t110 Southern ColonIsatloa --- 14.14- '
I f'' of NE% _.___...._...___________ IT f!' 81 SOSI Leale"i t. Mr- t: but 111 ::::::::::::::--:::::: -- -- -_ ___ Teen .... A _;:: :::1 Co ...-. 10.14 .

I L 3 .... Lot .. blk 114 __..____________________ -- -- -_ ___ 8a. klloft. C ____ II Lots 11. IS, 31. It. ..17. II ..______,,___ II I 3110 Southern Colon '
, NEW and NW of BKBW __.. 1 84 140 Moody7"H jIIII ll.St Lot :. but II' ____________________-..__ .. -- -- __ oor.. M ______ .11 isation Co __ '.41' .
, of SEW and W S4 11of! River____ 1. 831 400 Southern Colon* Lot bik kUr-- -----__.-__--___-_ Lot II .--------r------------------- It II 14 10 Unknown ___, 1....
liatlon Co.... SS.II i -- :: :: :: :.: PaekhoK C ---- .n Lots 30. t, II ____.._______.____ II 14 100 Southern &lon. "' Y '
; All B. of RlWr. ___..__...___..__.._.. 11 321 T Southern Coon Lot I: bIle n. __:::::::::::::::=:::: -- -- __ ___ TMnouRA R :;:: :/l 1 Isatloa Co .. +
i r:' 1 Isatlon Co..,. 1.0 Lot E. blk III _______ -- -- -_ ___ Tecknow A __. .ill Lots I to II. I no. _____.___._._____.__ 11 SI 1101' Southern --- ',
All ___ _____ ___________________J. 11 14 Lot 8. bile ,
w SI 140 Unknown __ 40.10 U'u..:.._=:::::::: -- -- -- ._ TMnough. R ,.___ .It Isatlon .. R0f "
( All E. of River _____unu_.____ IS 84 81 414 Southern Colan-. Lot 4. blk lIT '_______.____________- -- -- __ ___ Moore. M ______ .It Lot 1 t9 I, Ino. .:. _________:.._______ 1 SI I10 Southern 8010 r
lotion.Co___. 40.40 Lot 1. bUr Iff ____.________ -- -- -_ ___ R"ckhoft. C ____ .111 Isatlon :. 10.11 rl.
I All E. of Hirer ______________________ SS 34 SI 170 Southern Colon Lot 10. blk IN ----------- -- ------ -- -- -- --- Tecknow A :111 Lot 3 to 1 Ine and lots and 1/._ 1II t110 SouthernIsatloa Coloa.- f.t+
Co.- Lot 4. blk 100 _____________: -------- -- -_ __ ___ ( -__--_-_ 1 Co ..
'- All _--_____________--______-_ 14S5 14 SI 440 U r..t"n :::. 40.10 I(I Lot t. blk .00 ----.r. ---------- -- -- __ ___ aokMoorehoK. C____ .A11 Lot 17 to 14, Ine. ___.--.._--___..____ 116 t110 SouthernIsatlon Coion .'
All ___________________________________ t$1 440 Southern*Colon* Lot blk 10. _._-:.______:::::::::: -- -- __ ___ $'ack hoK. C _.._ .It Co .._ 1',11
Isatlon Co__.. 40.40 Lot 2.' bt Ie'11181 ---____,___,.________ SaokhoK, C --,.._ .11 Lot SI to SS, Ine. _____...___u_______ It I I 160 Southern Colon* .
j I . A II'--,._.,._-_.-____-__________--_-_ 16 34 11 140 Unknown ...... .0.10 Lot --------- = = :: ::: Moore. M .11 Isatlon Co .... ...... M 1
All it _. __.......______. SI 34 Lo. blk 110 _______ -------------- ___ ------ Lots 1 to 1 Ino. _._ _._. ,
; of River - --- 81 80 Southern Colon ________ ___ -- -- -- :Moore. M ______ .11 u _____..____ 1 SI f110 Southern Colon* ;
Isatlon Co_... (sot /. bik tat _-- ___ ::: Tecknow A Isatlon Co _._
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All ------,.--------------.- 86 111 140 Unknown _____ 40.1071 Lot : -- -- ? :: :: ::: ::: ---- ::1 Lou 3 to 18. Ino. _______.____________ SO SI 84 140 Soothern Colon .> 't
';...L All ----l-River u___--________________ 1 36 1110 Southern Colon-- Lot .: blk U :::: :: ::------------- -- -- __ ___ T..know. A :::: ::81 isation Co 10... f?

!II"" Isatlon Co___. Lot 7.. bile U4 _;__:::=::::::-- -- -_ __ ___ W711.. .1 0 _____ .11 Lots 17 to 14, Ine. _____+_____________ 10 I 1.1 140 Southern Colon--- .
.. KW, of SEW' of NKW or 8WW IBW SI 10 I Story. A D Lot. 1 and '. 6111'f ____:_______ -- -- -- n ___ Moor.. M ______ TT Isatlon Co .... 10.44
. of HWW of NEW; and 8W of BI4" ----- .77 Lot I. blk 151 ___________ -- __ __ n ___ AaokhoK C ____ .11 Lots II to ... I nc. __________________ 10 II 14 140 Southern Colon* +
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N\\ '"(. __ __ II II JJ 40 yhtsey. Henry 60 Lot 1. bile !5' ____ :--- -- -_ __ _-_ Moors M ____ .11 Isatlon Co _. 10.41
I y,. AN'4 of AE':*4 of SW1" IiiIIIIIIIIIIIII 18 20 Newsotne, W E2.VS Lot.-I.and t. blk !62. ------ -- -- -- _-_ Rack 110"' C____ .TT Lots 1 to I. Ine. __,___________________ 11 II I 14Q Southern ColonIsatlon -- "Si
; BWW of 8EW' ', of HWW and WW' of Lot 1. blk 25------------------------------- ___ fI..ekllo". C ____ .11 Co .... ??._? '
:;;; SEW of SEW" of SWW __00__________ 1NW U U 15 Oreen Josh 6.83 Lot T. blk 066 ______ _____ -- -- __ ___ Moor... M ____ .111 Lots 9 to It. Ine. __n"u_ 11 I I 160 Southern Colon ,
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ij' of NEW 30 80 Roberson. 3M1415 ____ -- -- Tecknow ____ .11 isation Co ..... 10.44 : I
BraSE' -or of ft NE-129 ft.FNlrunVN Lot .. blk 2811 ______ _____::::::::::: __ n __ ___ Rack 110"' C. ____ .11 Lot 17 to ,14, Ine. ______________,_____ 11 I 14 160 Southern Colon. . ; r ,
t .00 ft 177 E fU-N 412 ft. K! Lot 10. fills .11 ___ --- -_ -- __ ___ Moore. M ____ _. .111 Isatlon Co ___ SO.G'
671 ft.* B 460 ft ---_____________--_- Itl F SO 10 Wltherby. E R. 10.84 Lot !. blk UI ___ -------------:;:------- -- -- -_ ___ honouRh R .__ .111 Lots 21 to 11, I ne.:___________ ____ 11 II f100 Southern1 Colon 'f:,
r Bear 8W cor of NEW of SJI)%. run N Lot. i and 4. blkii8 ------- -- -- -- ___ Tecknow A ____ .TT Isatlon Co 10.44
210 ft. E 410 ft8 210 ft. W 420 ft82 25 80 2 Oortbolt, Mr L 1.87 Lot 10. blk U' _______-_:------------- -- -- __ ___ Moors 6f ______ .1It Lots 1 to 8. inc. _________.'___-________ 17' 14 160 Southern Colon* ;
', 8W of"8E i of SEW! ---.0000--________ 32 288WW 80 20 Milan. Wm 14. Lot 3. blk UT _-___ ----------- -_ __ __ ___ Moore H ______ .111 I....
f of SEW __n____________________ 11 26 80 40 Simmon. Mra-- II Lot Lot 5. blk nl __ _::::::::::::::::::: -- __ __ ___ UonovRh. R ____ ..111Lo Lots 9 to 14, Inc. ___n________________ 1 I I 160 80Iu'l : V

5. .. TB. Maklnson's sub dlvn of 'BWW4 U SO ... A 3 -----.---- 3.23 6 i.b bik.!R4 AI-:::---------------"---------"- :: :: :: ::: Moore Moor.: M M :::::: :AI/1 Lots 17 to 24, ins ____________________ 27 I 1110 Southern Colon-..... 10.44' ,,..>-,' .

', *>t 21 4 !II 80 2H Hilt!. M e-t ...8.62 Lot tf. blk UT : : --------- __ __ __ u_ Backho"' C __ .81 Isatlon Co. 10.44
io.,'. SEW o-------------------------------- II SO 4} Lesley E L 41UIt Fl.rid. Pratt t, T"-Pk-Ir.d; -C.'s -li'.b.;; Lot 25 to 82. Inc. ______________u____ 37 86 I 160 Southern Coion. ,
:' NEW of 8\\K. lean. beer NE cor. run --- DI.I.I.. .1_ isation Co 10.44 ,7 ,
fo' W 417H ft. 10437 ft, E 417W ft, N Lot T. blk B .. Fruit do Lots 1 to 4. ins ______________________ 18 SI i110 Southern ColonIsatlon ----
10437 ft ___nnnn-_____-... S3NW It SO 80/ faitle. B P- .__ 501: -------------------------------------T. Land Co___ 1." .. 10... I
of NEW ___________-- 24 27 80 80 Dra..d,. W- A eat-- 712 Ig: : 1\1t1\; B ---------------- 10 U IT 10 Halley. J H .. Co Lot 9 to 16. Inc. _____00____________ I I t110 Southern <'f ,+r"t
,r Lota 1. !. 2 and SW," of lot 4_n_________ 12 20SO 10 161 Par.on;,, T/v f__ 8 SO -------- II 15 IT Halley.L ____ u: isation 14.44V.
Lot. 1. 2. 2 and 4-nhnn.4 SO 178U LlKhtser Par- Lola 7. I. f. b'I.I.C--n----------u----------------- II U IT 10 Fla.. Frult-- Lots. 17 to S4. Inc. 4___n______________ SS I 160 Southern Colon *> 1
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eons Cuttle Co in ; ----- pand Isatlon Co ._ 10.44.' *
n of NWW, ___"' 3 25 2S 80 Promm J n____ 8 86 41 ots II and 10 blk A ----"------ IT U IT 10 1i.r.'le. r. ._:: 1.16: Lot U to IS, Inc. ___-____________ I SS. I 140 Southern Colon* '
NEW of RW -. of -IW1--------------- .3 26 2. 10 F.v 11I00. W 4.62 Lola d'd. f, 11 and 1..,and N'.4 ti --j Isatlon Co10.44 1t
N',', of NEW of 8WU and 1'1'4' of RK% of ----- blk A _---------- II : U IT 110 FIlL Fruit and Lots 1 to 8, Ino. ___n_ ______ .__un.. 1881 3110 Southern Colon* *
NEW of SWW and NW", of N\V"2 of I --------- T. Land Isatlon Co .,.,._ 10.49
Awry -__ ___ _.:.nnu 9 26 !II 35 McDowell< Thos. 4 9 6 i Lola R. A. T. R. blk A ----- II U IT 40 Halley, J H : Co I n Lets T to It. Inc. n____ ____ .. nn_ 2H SI 11r0 Southern f
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N% of PF44 of NEW or 8W14 ___h___ 9 UII 5 Rlttman T M___ 1 01 Lola 1. 10 and 1Dlk B ----_------_ II U IT 1111 H..II..y..J H k C. '.54 isation Coln- 10."
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' KW, of HWW' of NEV of IIW'4nnu_ 9 25is 29 6 Rlttman A J-.. 1'01 Lot. E. 1. 8. t. 11. blk B _-__-_--n-_-_-__--_-_-__ II U IT 6D Vlorl"'a Fruit d: Lott 1 t 024. Inc. __un_________ I 16 f110 Southern Colon: \
('. R. """ ._'. fhb-DIN.I.a .. "H .1 T. Land Co 4.n Isatlon Co ._.. 10.44 ,
-.KW ., NWW" > 7I.. Lots 10, U. 14. U. U. blk D -- II U IT 60 Florida Fruit d- Lots 25 to 11. Inc. ___________uu__ :3S 1lA0 Southern Colon
Lota 1 and 2t------------------------ 10 25 2. 10 Swop. C E -------- T Land Co __ 4 U isation Co 10.44
Liberty Park, tola* a ..b.dlr1.l.. ef \ ----- 1.85 Lot. T. 8. E. 10. blk B If U IT 40 Halley 3 H k Co '.n Lola- 1 tn 8. Inc. __________-_____ .___ I f100 Southern Colon- f
_. ert ef ___._ ___._____.______._ 10) as asia > W.lttl.- ------------- Isatlon Co ---. 1>44 -_f
;. Lota 2 to 6 Ino. Elk A -_______________ -- -- -- II Young. W W.. 168 Iota 2. 3and I to 11 Inabik F __ 1.119 Lois I to 14 Iro __u____-______ .h_.__ 11 .1 24 Ittl Pouthern Colon
,; ... J. Kee.'. ......D....... ., Part of._ > an ? Lot 6. hlk II ____ 11'D P_ .111 Co .. 14.44 p
. Lots I and J __....-..-_.-____.....__.. -- -- 10 Derbyhlre. r>'r E 268 Lot T. blk 11 ______:::::--::------- - -- -- -_ __ McClellan. W 0 .111 Lots 17 to 2/. ins n__________________ 1 I 7110 Bo'::.,: Colon- ,
l Z _____________._ Lot. 5 ..nd II. hlk 11 _::__::::: ___ .
Ix>ts W. X. T and -- -- -- !* Slmp on. J W_____ 41 0 ::::::__ -- -- -- N.lt10s I W ___ TT 10.44, 1S
. KW of SWW" _____ 11 26 fi 80 Thurber C. 935 LotIO I. 2. I. blk 11 --------------- -_ -- __ -___ n..... Lla.le ____ '.65 Lots 25 to IS Ino. __________________ 1 II 2110 Southern 'iC: k
-- Lot -----
,:TEW, of NW',4 less NEW of NE-- 11. blk 1\1 Rtory John ____ 10.14
.ts-TH and he. *. BE for of NE%. of L ot. 1 and 8, Dl----------------------------------------00-------- Uurrance r .1 __ .111.11 Lots 1 to /. Inc. _____________._u_____ I II I 180 ': ;Colon: 1
NW% run N 630 ft, W 160 ft. 8 62L Lot tJ blk M..rc.r. J 11' ____ .11 Co ___. 10.44,
E 850 ft ______'-unn_________. 11 25 28 25 nibble. F C----- 4 18 Lola I. L. I. DI---------------------------------- ------------- Forsyth W B___ .!I' Lot. 9 to 1$. Inc. ---------.---T--------- I II 14 140 Colon .
NH of W* of NWW" of BWW --n-- 11 25 2 9 ISS Herleman. p-j.. in.11 i ota 1 and I. blk I! :_ ---- -- -- -- _-_ Myer: H _______ .17 10.64
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sw of. 8WW of NWWT ____nu- 12 25 9 10 f'allmlr.... P R... 1 ft K......... .:--------- Lola 17 to 14, Inc. ____________________ I II f300 ,
\ nAy. 4 Int. In NEW' of NKW ____ ._ 12 25is 21 20 Unknown __ __ !.88 Jot 11. blk IT _n______.____ -- -_ __ ___ Bond A A _____ ..7TA a'I.i 10.44; w
W R. Al ..*B ".....n.vt.I Iw ., part of_ as n u Lots 1 and '. blk Z1 _____::: ::::::: -- -- -_ ._._ PII11IIp. R O.teen 1.0T Lot. II to It Ine. __________u________ I I f10 -D: r'
tot t. blk I ___unn___--_- -- -- -- ___ Tyree. D A ..72IS All blk 1R ________________ -_ __ _. ___ WI1It... John ____ .7T i' isation Co .. 10.44
8E<4 of NW'/ of RW%" and NB"4 of -- All blk 41 B -_______________-_--:-_----------- -- -- ___ Phillips k Oat..,, .11 WH lot taw ___ _______.--.. ---------- SI, I tf0 Southern ColonIsatlon .: ;
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RW44 i.s. El4 of E'4 of NEU of 8W Deer Park : Ca .__ LIT ,
14 and her 8W cor. of mild 4A. run N Lot 1. blk !. _________________-_----- -- __ __ ___ COIr..J.1 ________ .6' lot P . _______ _.__ __ .__ .__ . 84 tl 14IS 10 Unknown.. ..... 1.47 ,
<<75 ft. R to BhlnKlv Creek thenre. R HI_...... Park -- Lot I to r., al on. to B line of aald 40.B..t'N Lot 1. blk --------------------------------0 Unknown ______ .37 isation Co __. 10.44
1t Waald creek .- 28 28 28 Blokes Mart --- 13.0 I Lots I and 8 --___________ Unknown __ __ I.U 'i! W 11. Inc. ____________n____ 1 :34 SI 160 Southern Colon- ,
r cor. of NWTj of BE 14. run RAO Lot 18b ik 11 ------____- _=:::: -- --' -- I MoCabe. C E __ 1.14 isation Co __. 10.44
yda. E ITT Ifl yda. N 110 yda, W Lot LotIO T. bik I' ___ __::____;::: -- -- Unknown -.____ .3 7 Lot 17 to I Inc.tct ____________-_____ 1 i71 160 Southern Colon ,"
!77.11' :yd" __ _n_ IS SS SS 5 Unknown Sllcor. I. K and !. 61k 1{: u -- __.R Unknown __ 1.1141 Isatlon Co __. 10.44 .
II. A.R0 Yd. II! "and"lYo"ydri"of NW L Lot 11. blk 14 -------:..____:::=:::::=: -- -- Maw.on. Oeo. __ .n II lo '2. Inc. .--------.----..---- I 1 SS ISO Southern. ColonIsatlon .' -
KWV H .... K ot. T and d. btk 1. _______ U .
r, of of BRU. run 175 _______ -- -- n known ____ Co ._ 14.44
140 yd. N 1 do W l.40jMs -,--.- 11 SI SI 4 Johnston. .1.. M. 1./i Lot .1. blk .2 b----------------------------- I Merwln H P ___ 1,11, Lets 1 to .. Ine. _...__..._.._.......-. I 3S7 760 Southern Colontsatlon -' -
:. 8W" of NEW and *% of FEU" and all Lot. f and I __________-___ 10 Unk"owl __ ____ I.U Co _._ 14.44
t. MEW ot NW W Eaat of Shingle Creek 19 21 29 120 Barrier n._____ SI 61SS Lot. I and I.: blk .1 _______.______ -:_ -_ __ __ 10 Unknown __ -___ I.AI Lota t to 16. Inc. _______________---- : H1' let Southern > "
. V.V of NWW of NW\4\ __ 24 25 29 !O Vail. W T .____ 71 LoLott. II.an"d.' bllr 14 --___________:::__ -- -- -- .100 Unknown __ ____ LE/ Isatlon CoIIO.' 1....
BEV of NEW N of A C L Ry--- 26 fff 14 Kin"*" A L S It J'. but .1 __.________.___ -- __ R..na H H"1../A Lt .7 !. 14, h.t. __________._ .. ...___ J 131 IM Southern Colon," .
NEW of BH'*. ______ SI SS S3 40 White, J R"III '.7' fat.: 1. and II. bile .1_____-_.._.;______ -- ..: __ 10 Unknown _.,. ____ ..81 Isatlon Co .... I....
...rtE -ei---------------- Lot 14. blk II -----..r--..-:-----.. -- -- -- [ M..rwln, B P1.0' Lots to,II.. Ine. ..__________.____ J . 110 ''Southen Coloa- .
Lots .. in. 11. IS 13 10. 11. 19. 11 14. -' Lot. 1.I. I. blk -. ____-_____-______-_- -'" .._ __ '1,1 Unknown... ___ !.[ I 14.64
II. II, ST and tt ........-..-......__. 4 II 19. 70. Dibble. q F and Lot 4. bk !. ,..._.------_____..,._.:_ -... -_' __ .1 Unknown a-- r- 1./t Lota l' IiInc., /........___..; : : 1 14 110 Southern '1 u '+
!. bUr IT _..,_.___.._._ _. __ __ ;. ;
.1. L tt:: .,_._.__,,._,, f4t Unknown .,__ .1' a1 .t1tr Itlon
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'_. _. ......,.. I 14S 19 I Cla'y. N'A'Iinil 1bik IT ._.....____ .._ !bpIna : J I ..
I. N% of lot 10' ? ., ?? -- 'Hi -- ._.._._. ".. ; I'auhon H',..... 1.1. Lots 1 d'l :.. .. ... I I' tlO Southern C'roi
< Lots 18. 10 and tt ....._....--....,..,.. 14 14 to. im>buFc x./el. .1... : ,i .o .1Nt3p aA. "' ; lLN
b .wSote 11 and 84 ..._._..,_-.._...?..._ I 14 19 10 Dibbi c r ,. L .... Lou t and I. blk A _____, ____...;. __/; :. ..s. nrowR 'W'A; _. 1."! Lots to to II. In&fCLLot. -*;A. ___._ .k ,I I? 14It..99'no so',1.: Colo.
.-" liWW of BW W ,._____*-.-........._ 4 14 30 .8 Bronson J Alee.. 7.41 ! A oINW%-__-__-----_-_ 1. I21 .a William., P L .. 168 Lot .. blk R _______________ -- __ 1 Hartnet.t..PR' t .:18 and 'It _..-.-:..--L------ I 121 vSsXZ&fZZ .fciS
BEBE f of _________..._____.__._ 20 I11 10 Thurman_ !..1 Lot I. blk. C -_______._______'"_________ -. __ __ Brown W" A __:: ..f 7 Lots and and BW, lot 10 ...._____ I I Afouthern "
. of BEQ'u______________________ 4 ST 1\1 40 Ellsworth Trust 1IIe<:_. ANItNa t. H__ ..... 1 I I col lA.U

-. Co ---- -------- ...I Lot 1.. blk II _______________00 ______. -_ __ __ 1 Hartnelt, P R __ 1.01 Lots 1 to f. Ine. ...._nU____________ 4 14 I 110 So\- c I '
II ...... Lad 1'.-.. ......m.....e* .< *H T.-.. 4 Ih. Eoat DI... .1 T--. Co Q tLle
::' ., NWH ..* IBM .1 .W-------- __ :an fRX : Lot I. blk __________&.____..._00________ -- __ __ ___ Barru.. E L ___ .[9 Lot. to 11. Ine. and lots I and 11__ .4 133 110 . ,r
Lots 45 and 46 -,-._________________-_ 3 21.S 28 10 Unknown -_____ 1.Ot Lot'.I.: .. 1 Ity-afv. Acre Tra,4.. 1 isation Cle.-. 8.t"
'w- Lola 47. 48. 4' an/1---______________ 21 28 20 Cooper. J W ____ 1.64 l0 1Ina I bik [ ________________ __ __ __ 10 '!Tlturm.n H Wu7.U. Lot 19 _______________-___________ 4 14 tt 10 Unknown . L4. L
51and I' ________---- I 21S 28 10 Unknown ..--__ 1.01 Lot. t to 11. Ina, elk 1 ______________ -- __ __ .0 Thurman H W____7.11 fats 10. II. _______ _______nn___ 4 I ii0 Southern Colon ,
\. hoi: 7$. T/. 71. 74. St. 34. 17. n______ 161, 28 40 Unknown -_____ 1.181y 1 Lots I ta 1. Ina. blk 1 __________ -_ __ __ Thurm..n. H Wn7.11 I isation C. ___ LIT
of NEW less bear. NE _I'.. run 8A Lots I to 1/. Ina, blk I ____________-_=: -_ __ __ $0 Thurman H WT.n Lots 1 and I to '. Ino. _________n_____ I 14 SS 140 Southern Colon "
no vds. W440 "... N 7O ".... E 32 yda Lot. 1 to 11. Ina. blk 9 ___________. __ -_ __ __ 34 Thurman H WT.1I isation C. LIB ;
N 190 yea W Ill ,.eI.. N 210 yd. KEH Lot. 1 to 1/. Ine., blk 11 __________-_-___ __ __ __ ::0 Thurman H W____T.lI Lots > to 14 Ine. __n___-_____---___ I fti 114 Southern ColonT ( f
210 :yds ____,..________________________ I ISS !8 49 Carter Dean Lots 1 to 1$. Ina. blk 11 ______________ -- -_ __ Thurm..n. H W____T.11 I.U0 Co ___ I.... . ':
N_ Realty Co. .._ 4.48 Lots 1 to It Inc.. blk --____________ -- -_ __ Ie Thurm..H W__ 7.11 1 Lot. to !/. Inc. u____________-_____ I 14 I 110 Colon :
of NW W of NWW of SWWM ______ 21Y4"U 18 I Edison. John __ .78 Lot.. 1. blk 11 ______________________00__ -_ __ __ I Barrua. Ai L ____ .11 1 isation Co ." -
: ..a-r ...... Ce:: .e. ......011_ .f 1014a' ...... 0..1. ird c.-.. .......01_ Lots !6. !1. !/. 10 _________-_--_ _- I 14 I I Southern I iIt. :
"W'14' _"_______________ :fdiota N.. 1_ /isation/ Co .
11 t -- 9 IS 28 !II Herrlnarton. 0 A 16* Lot 5k blk I ____________________ __ __ __ 10 Unknown _- ____ 1./A Lot. 1 to S. Inc. ______nnnnu__ 4 14 I 160 Southern Colonisation :
at 14W K or B w 'w .....e.------------0 25 28 40 Unknown __n__ 2.68 Lob 1. 10. blk 1___________________ __ __ __ 11 Chandler W H__ '.[4 Co _. .14.14 l.' I
Ber: BE cor. of lOt deeded to Ed and H. T.ot. A and 10. bile I _______--_________ __ __ __ .0 Cram..r..1. B u_ 1.51 Lot 9 to II. Inc ________-______nn___ 6Lota 8fi 10 Southern Colonlaation :
k Wilson, run N-westerlv on rt. of wayFr Lot. 1 to 10. Inc" bik 1 __ __ __ 100 Chapman 0 .1n It 04 Co ____ 1.71
101 ft., W lot I. blk 4 ____________:::::::::::::: __ __ __ 10 Unknown __ ____ '.00 J7 to 14. Inc. _______ _ __ __ 6 34 I 160 Southern Colon
l. Rt of war 1----------------- 25 U H"' Unknown 1.1 Tot 1. blk I ___-______________-_______ __ _. __ 10 (01111'1.. 11' ______ 1.00 -- isation Co ____ 10.14
;J( WW of 8WW flf BKW: ____-__ u_ 12 26 21 20 Hastings. P 0___ 1.511 Tot 14, DIk ll-___._ U MaMatto E Lots to IS. Inc. except W'"' lot tT-- 6 34 32 160 Southern' Colon S 0
All 'except SEW of NEW" and SEW *>f A 6 sere. lot 16. l.r-----n----u- :: :: :: R Ollru.: j. _:::: U 1 isation Co ____ 14.04

M\V' 12 25 28 610 Roddy Inr Co__ 21.0! Lot. T. 11 and 11. blk 1 :::::::::::::: __ __ __ n 011I1'u.'F 00- ____ 5.U Lots 1 to 8, Inc. --___--_-__________ 7 EIt 160 Southern Colon
All of lo-----------------, 36 26 28 14 Oarrett.. B H_ 11.5* I' lot 4. blk 11 ______________-_______ __ __ __ 5 Jark.on AM___ 1.14 isation Co ____ 10.64
k Tot f _____________________________u-_ 1 21 26 62Off. Williams, F L.. S.2S E lot.. blk U --- ________ __ __ __ __ UnlNlowlI __ ____ 1.61 Lots 9 to ... Inc. _____----_ _--_-_--__ 7 EfE 160 vSouthern Colon-
Warlsr Jt, III4Iw...... .....'"vI.I.. .f "II Lo 9. blk I' _nu__ __ __ 10 Talbott 0 0 __n 1.A Il isation Co ____ 10.44 .
. '14 ., flW" aad W14.f IIW'14' adE Lot 4 and Nay, lot 5. blk 1-_ __ 11 Duncan, n __ .1i4 Lou to 24, Ine _. _-_____ 1 821 160 Southern Colon r
1.:.t 4Z .1 1110\4 ad W'l-lt' .1 101,4 ad NM.f ' Lot 9 blk Unknown 0 1 -n isation Co __u 1....
"FM! I'fW' 1_ R 1Ht .1 Way ..it N lot; 1. kH----------n------m- :: :: :: Ig I7nknown :: :::: 1'ig 3 Tate to 21. Inc. ___&________ _____ 7 dtt 140 Southern Colon t'
II.... Ld _____________________ 2. N lot A. blk 11 _:::::::::::::::::::.:: __ __ __ 5 OIIRIes. F _Un_ 1 21 8 1 isation Co ____ '.41
!; ,- T>of 10 _____________ _____________ -- 2 26 J8 10 McDonou, 0 M 1.01 Lot 5 and Ely," lot 8. blk 111 ____________ __ __ __ 15 01111'1.. F ______ 1.t R l..ot. 1. ,S. E. 8. "9, 10 ____-___u________ 8 811 120 Southern Colon +{"
.. a NH u -_ ---------':..---- 2 26 28 6 Blakely. T T .73 ll.ott..1'b'I'kl'.blk 11 __"_________________ 7A lTnkno __ 1 isation Co ____ 8.It "
8W, ottlot Ilr--________________ 2 ZI II C. I1.niLumber. -_--_--__---_________ :: :: :: 10 "An T. :::: f ;. Lot ISI.ots _---__----____ ----__--__--_ 8 24 88 I Myerhoffer. R 11'_ 1.49 F \
Co. Lots 4 a It t0 M hilT 3 I U 14. 16. 16, 17. and BW, lot 11__ 8 328 Southern. Colon-
1.03SEW -
llclIi5blk ------ ----
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<4' WarlaaRalwarde* ..b-niTa ef I'IW' 4 ---- ------ Lot 16 _------_---- :: :: ':: 10 Unknown __:: E 00 isation Co ____ .{' .
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.'!f"', ... NWM' ., itS" siad SV4' ef P4BHaa lot 1 blk'- -----------___-------------- __ __ __ 10 Unknown :___ 00 201 !seta 23 to 19. Inc. and lot 31 __________ 8Lota 1 I 140 Southern Colon ;
Lot .i blk I0 __ __ __ isation Co _.__ 16.44
" d Ntt' ., .'H .....-------------- 14 SS 2M -- 10 Unknown _n_ 1.11I
.d Lots< S. 13 14 II 14 an 2* (A Truskett. Ida F. !.A 8 RLr1b; Frdt ;.ii-i.1;'; C....--t!.b-DI: 1. 2, 2. 4. 6. 8 and EW, lot 6 ___n_ 9 24 22 120 Southern Colon .,
Lots U. 4j 19. '0. 19. in.-------1----------- 14 21 28 70 Truskett. Ida F. .36 I tl.loea N. 1- isation Co __.. .... l' .,
.- Lots 23 34/. 15. 16. 41, 43. 47. 48 ------ 14 26 28 80 Truskett. Ida F. /.90 J anA all lot I. .blk I 00 ______ __ __ __ 15 Tumaa A B ____ !.I 1 Lots \ to 16, Ine. _-______-_--__-_ __ 9 24 I 140 Southern Colon- .
'1i Tot 12 26 28 68 Williams. F L !.134O Ratben (".1...._.... (". .. M.t Isnilon. Co ... 14.44
-tl:. .' JRw---::I"III"I"IIIIII"II.of 29 25 27 Palmer.:; A F__:: 2.6 8 Lot. 1 to 3. Ina ___hUnu___ 1 n 8 4 184 Southern ColonCo I.ot. 17. 13. 19. 10. .,. 22 ___--___--_--_ 9 I I 110 South.- n ColonIsatlon -* -
trl'. ; FJu' NWt E of SEW of E-------- 33 36 27 6 Robl.... A V____ .734O ___ lUll <...... t.lt
..... Of $.SWW_________ _____n_____-_ 36 36 27 Lamb. C B __ ..(8 Lots f to 1$ InC! -_____________________ 1 n 14 168 Seuthdrn Cotonlullon Lots 25 17. 10 and W'M.' lot 28 and
J/-. BEYl of Bt!:%;_ -----"--._____________ 36 26 27S6 40 Pearson A A 00 ._ .23 M .. 10.11Lot. E,? lot I. ___unnUnu_______ 9 24 12 100 Southern Colon. i e
.":!J'" "._" >ell Citr. 11 to !4. IRI! 1 u f4 118 Southern onL.llon I Isatlon Co ru., qt 4
.f Mary >>. ........ ....!> *. .r lt t_. 2 H' M -------7-u---u-- gI _ IO.U NW lot 1 --_--______--___ ----__-____ 10 1t1 10 ROIfI. C F.1.IT. ?
,:. Lot B. blk 8 -.--___---_-- 1 28 S Paul. P ________ ...3 ale II to 32 Ina ______u __u_______ 1 II If III Bouthero Colohlutlon Lola I. .7, I. .. and EW;, lota .. .. I- t 14 I 130 Colon rjfy
P' ..- Co ___: 10.81 isation C. __4Bonthern 8.30
:fi' 1. WV 19 ........_---_-______-. __ __ __ __ Harper. K N ._ .T 7 Lot. 1 to '. Ina ________uuuu__ II If III Boutkern Colonlullon Lota I. 7. S and 9 u__________________ 10 1I1 80 Colon. _
Y 1 Lots .. 11. It.. ---- _.. __ __ _._ Flaaley. K! _____ 1.28 Co ____ 10." laation Co .... .Tl
,. 1. I. T. '. 4113. 1/, blk; IS ------ __ __ __ __. Flaaley, K ____ 2.21 Lots f to 11. Ina _________________00__ I II If III Southern ColonIs.llon Lota 11. 14. 11. 1$ 8W, lot 1 and WW
..' .' Lot 1. Mk IS --..-. -----------. __ __ _._ Harper. K N .77 Co ___. to." lot u________________________ 10 14 I 100 Southern Colon
ii \!" Lot I. blk 44 --.II -----I---- -: Johnson Mr. SM .77 IT to !/. Ina __________________n II 14 "I Southern ColonLol. I isation Co .._.. 7.14 l'
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Florida AsnrieiBltuiwI: .::.... ..*-Dhn=:: .r a .-. halloo Co ___: 11.1 Lot. 11. It. 2{. fl. SS _____u_____ __ 10 11i 100 Isatlon Colon '

Lot 4____ ____ -- 1. Moore. Max ___. 1.63 Lo!. II to dt Ina. ---_________________ t II 14 111 $outkern Colon.Isatlon : I.IS
I f1.r.------. Co ___: 10.4 Lota 1 to 9. Ine. ___nn____...___ 1 14 I ISO Southern Colon11.00
\\ Lot II It 1. Mt>or.. Max ____ 1.8Loh Lot. 1 to 1. Ina _____________u_______ 3 II 14 111 Southern Colonlutlon laation <.
1B"and" 16 --------------.-------- II 21 II 1 n..I.. .. _C ENarcooeaee 1.18 Co .___ lUll Lots to II. Ine. and RW lot 1 ____ 11 I 1BisationColop -
I. 24 to S* tea _._-_______ 1 II II 1r Farm [sots. 11 ta 1.. Ina 3 II 14 lie Southern C010nl.aU9n 1 4.U
Lota uu ---- -------------
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7 .. Town Bite Co 10 64I Co n__ '.11 Lota I4. 18, '0. 22. _____n_____-___ 11 181 100 Southern Colon.Isatlon -
i l ot SS ____________--_.____________ 1-1 II 4. Kranae. J K_____ .41I Lot. IT to f/ Ino..______________.._____ I au 1111 8orlhern glc: I Co __*_ 4.94.
k Lota 1. S,' S, 4 .. -- ____ -_______ I' .1 .1 .0 Rruna Jk KrauaeBruns .41 _.: lUll 15-to 20. Inc. and lot I ____00 __ 11 fq 140 Southern Colon
I Lot. I and 4 of riwtf\ -----.---------- II 15 11 10 A Krause 1.4 0 Lot. II tot. Ina _____..:_._. I II 14 118 Colon- isation Co ____ 0.41 I'
: ---.------ BoLutkern:
Lots T and 6 N,,",, of-NWWx Bruna Krattse I.IIt : Co .___ 10.81 Lots 1 to 9, Inc. 00______________-_____ 11 iti 180S40 Southern Colon r
j' ''. : >ts 9 to It inc. of"NW of N "'ru----____u H f6 .Il ti Tecknow A _._ 4.78! Lola 1 t.. and E.% 101. 1 and 7___ I II 14 -H' Southern Coion1s.tlon isation Co __._ 11.90 a
;, t3$ __ ____u_____ -----.- 11 .1 I. I aa< '.. t. 4"t"o"8o"Ine..____u_ _________ IT 25 31o Bruns A Krause .4' ,,", lot 7 and alt lot I _u_____________ U Vnknown--- u isation Co ____ 11.41 1V'
i LAt 81| of NEW!: ________u...-_________ 17 II II i Bruna aV Krause 1.0 7 Lot. f to I'. Ina ___________u________ I II U :: :: :::: : Lot. 25 to 21 Inc. ___n_____,_____ 1 I SS 140 Southern Colon- (

L t II _______- __________' ------.T f11 1. Nare. Farm and Lou 11 and 11 to flna ___ ________ I II 71111 laatlon Co ____ 10.14
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ColonL81125 f 1 Lot. 28 to 32. Ina ._-.___....___-____. 8 16 ''18 140"' .Sputh :rrl' COlon- 11 34 82 160 Southern Colonisation I "
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I.RUon Co .---- 1..42 Lot 9 to H, Inc ,.._...---.----:---- Co .... 10:88':
. . ization __.. 8.18 Lot 8 Q. I Ina and SIB lot 1, _____.__ 9 all $3 180 Soutl.t'rn ColonLo't. I 34 31 160 Southern ColonsIaatlonlCo '
Lot 1 to 8. Ino. ..,,.*....--------...----. 18 34 S3 160 Southern Colon. I Isatlon Co _. 1.50 Lot. 17, t 0.14. Ino--....;...-----.-.-.=- 11' .__. 10.48J.42 ,
+, Isatlon Co 10.. ', 9 Co 18. Ina ---.______..__-__--_- 9 II U 180 Southern Colonlaauon : I 84 82 140 Southern, Colon
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__ __._ 16 14 SI 100 Southern ColonsIsatlon Co __ 10.6 LottH-25 to 21 Inc. les lot SO -_ ----- _. '
Lot 9. 10, 11. 11.14 ..._____.. -- i isation Co _.. ..
Co ...J .91 Loll 18 to'U.. 1n0. ______-____-_._____- 9 ill'II 180 Southern Colons 84 82 160 ,.
1 k Lots 17 to 24, Inc. ..________.-_____-__ 10 84. S3 1(0. Southern Cololo10,68 lsallon Co __ 10.J8Lot. Lot 1 to 8, I no. -----.---------..-- 18 '. Southern. Colon- 10.46 .
J S isation Lot. !1. J8. U. U. U __________-_._____ .9 II U 100 Southern. Colonlaalloq : 84 82 > Colon '
> Lots 21 to SI, Ino. ._____...._+____,_ 10 14 82 160 Southom Colon Co _-__ 8.95 i L ot. 9 to 16, Inc -.------------------ 18 ftiValToU. Co ___;, 10.66.L (
} t isation Co ____ 10." I. .. '1. 8 and JiI% lot 6 ____._____ 11 15 II 90 Southern Colons 82 ISO Colon- .
Lots 8 17 84 33 100 Southern Colonization //gallon 8.38 otl 17 t o. I Inc -------------------- 18 84 Southern
d. 6. 8. 7. -.,----- ----------- Cq ..._ 14.68
f ; Co ._: .95 W lot 4 :__._____________...._:..____.:__ 11 15 88 Id Willson. J Olj'Y' ::: 1.07: 160 Colon-" to.
Lou' I, 10, 11. IS. 14. 17. 18 ..________ 17 < 3< 33 140 Southern Colonization \' lot I _______________.__-,.________ 11 311 88 10 Mosrr R I. h__ 1.07Los j Lot. 25 to 82, Inc ------------------..- 13 84 82 Southern Co : It:'
Co ____ '.42 11 to U. Ina ____________________ 11 III .3 220 Southern Colons \18S Bou ColVnVWH 10.68t
____ S3 60 Southern ColonsIsatlon 11.88 ', Lot 1. 2. 8. I to 87 Inc and EH lot 4__ 14 84 150 rn
t :Lot. 21. 32, 23 _______n________ 17 34 Is.tlon Co -r-- la..llon"Co. _.:__
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Co ____ 4.47 Lo'. 2. t o. I Ina leas lot 28------ 11 81 11.200 Southern Colons .
'I :Lot. 86. 28, 29. 30, 31. 31 ________-_n__ 17 84 83 120 Southern Colon- laatlon Co __ 1U 2 lot 4 "___-__---___-_n---__ 14 34 82 10 Davenport A 01.07
1 Izntlon Co ____ 8.18 Lot. 1 to 'Ine. leas lot I ____________ 12 86 88 140 Southern Colontsatlon : Lola 9 to iVliic. _____-------------u- 14 34 32 160 //Southern: ColonsIsatlon
I Lots S to 10, Inc. _n__________________ 18 84 83 160 Southern Colon- : Co 9.12Il : Co ____ 10.66
; ''I Izntlon Co _n_ 10.C6 6 ___n___ ___________ 12 35 88 20 Unknown :::: 1.89 Lots 17 to 24. I Inc _________________n_ 14 84 82 160. Southern Colon-I ,
P Loti 19. 22. 13, 24 ______J.____:________ 18 ,14 83 80 Southern Colonization Lot. 9 to 16. Inc.---------------'T-------_.___._ 12 36 88 160 Southern Colon- Izntlon Co _. -rTJ.ii--
. w. . Co --_- 6.71 laatlon Co _" JUIIl..I Lot. 25 to 82. Inc ___________nn__ 14 84 32 160 Southern Colon-
tcl ,,' Lot 21 _____nn--- 18 34 8.1 20 Unknown __ _d_ 1.69 Lot. 11 to 24. Ina _____--______--__--_ 12 811 88 160 Southern ColonIealNn I : i I&R lion Co ____ 10.68
Loti 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 81. 82 ___un___ IN 84 83 140 Southern Colonization I Cu _-__ 10./16/ Lots 1 to .8. Inc. ___,----._------____-- 15 34 32 160 Southern ColonsIsatlon I
Co __;_ 9.42 >t. '2o.to 32ind: Ie. Jot 27 _huU 12 SIi 88 140 Rnuthrr Colons l I Co .._.. 10.66
". Lot. 1 to 8. Inc.. leas lot .1 ......__n 19 34 33 140 Southern Colonization 9.42 Lot 9 to ] 6. Inc __________________n 15 34 82 160 Southern Colon-
('o ____ 9.42 Lots 1 to 7. Ina _________________::____ 18 86 83 140 801r : glon: I Izntlon Co ___. 10.68'1Lot.
, Lot. 9 to 16. Inc. ....________________ 19 34 33 160 Southern ColonIzntlon Izatlon Co 9.42 17 to 24. Ine. -____________________ 16 84 82 160 Southern Colons
;r Co _u_ 10.68 Lot. 9 to 16. Inc. ______________________ 18 311 83 180 Southern Colons Izatlon Cot___ 10.68
Lot. 17 to 24. Inc. ____________________ 19 84 83 160 Southern ColonIzntlon I Izatlon Co 10.8 Lot.. 2S to 32. Inc. ____________________ 16 34 32 160 Southern Colonization -
Co .____ 10.66 1.01. 11 to U. Inc. ____________________ 13 15 83 120 Southern ColonIsatlon : I Co ___:: 10.66
1;,. lots 25 to 12. Inc. ___________._________ 19 34 33 160 Southern Colonization Co _-_ 8.10 Lot.* 1 to 9. inc. ________uu______ 16 34 32 180 Southern Colon
Co hU 10.88 Lote 25 tQ 12. Inc. ____________________ 15 311 83 160 Southrrn ColonIzatlon : I Izatlon Co ____ 11.90
i t; flH lot 1 and W% lot 2 ___________.u__ 20 34 33 20 Southern Colon Co _- 10,411I .Lot 11 to 20, Inc. ____________________ 16 34 32 200( Southern Colon-
',' Iznllon Co ____ 1.99 Lot. 2 to 8. Inc. _____n____'__________ 14 35 83 140 Bouthern Colonizatton I : I Izatlon Co ____ 11.14
' lots 8 to 8, Inc. ___._________________- 20 34 33 120 Southern Colonization Co ___: 942 i' Lots 11 to 32. Inc. _________u_______ 16 84 32 240 Southern' Colons\
k Co _n_ 8.18 Lute 9 to 14 inc and lot 18 ._nn__ 14 383 140 Southern ColonCo I Izatlon Co _n_ 15.62

lots 11. 10. 13 14, 15. 16 _________n___ 20 34 S3 120 Southern Colon Rolr c _- 842 Lot. 1 to 8. Inc. :::___;_______________ 17 84 32 ISO Southern Colonization -
L''. 4 isation Co _n_ 8.18 Lot. 19 to U. Inc ___________________ 14 85 83 120 ; C01onlsallon I : I Co ____ 10.68
N:. lots 18. 20. 23. 24 ____nn__________ 20 34 33 80 Southern Colonization <6'o-: __ 8.111 Lot 9 to 16 Inc. -------------------- 17 34 82 160 Southern Colonization -
k l l Co nu 6.71 Lots 25 to 33. Inc. ____________________ 14 85 83 100 Southern n- Co h__, 10.(6
[" lots 25 to 32 inn less lot 30 ________ 20 34 33 140 Southern Colon Solr c Co __ 1006Lot. I Lot. 17 to 24, Inc. ____________u____. 17 84 82 160 Southern Colonization .
t isation Co hU 9 42 1. 2, 8. 4. ,7. 8 ________________i___ 17 iii 83 120 ; ColonIsallon I : Co __L_ 196(1<<
1 lots 2 and 6. to 11, Inc. ___1__________ 21 84 13 160 Southern Colon Co -_ 016 Lot. 26 to 32. Inc. ___________u___.:___ 17 34 32 ISO Southern' Colon .
isation ('0 ____ 10.66 I.otll 5. 6. 11. 12 ____nnnn- 17 85 88 00 o rlander.l 16 J:: 611 I I. Iznllon ('" n __ 1066
}" : lots 12 to 19. except SV4 lot 17 ------ 21 84 33 150 Southern Colon Lot. 9. 10 and 18 to 16. Inc. _____n___ JT 86 83 120 southern Colons Lot. 1 to 8, Inc. ______________________ 18 34 32 160 Southern (Colon
r Izatlon Co ____ 10.04' Isatlon C0 __ 811 I ILlltlon.i10,46

i i' lots 21 to 24. Inc __________________ 21 34 33 80 Southern Colon I.otll 17 to n. Inc. __------_____-___--_ JT iii 83 140 Southern ColonIsatlon : Lot. 9 to 16 Inc. ____________________n 18 34 32 160 Southern Colonization -
,t isation Co _n_ .6.71 Co __ 912 Co - -- 1068)
r lots 2B, 26, 27, 28 and WV4 lot 30______ 21 '34 83 90 Southern Colon Iota 211 to 82. Inc. leas S"% lot It ______ 17 86 83 160 Bouthern ColonIsatlon : I Lot ft .to 24. Inc. ____________________ 18 34 S3 ISO Southern' Colonization .
' I S, I isation' Co _.__ f.S3 Co _ _> 1004 Co __ __ 1068
;. .r lot 31 _--__--__--__--____--_______--__ 21 84 33 20' S&ulhern Colonization Lotll 2 to 8. Ina _________________u___ 18 8. 83 118 Southern Colon- Lot. 26 to 32. Inc. __________n________ 18 34 32 160 Southern' Colon"
Co ____ 1.99 Itntlon Co _ __ 912Lot. I...lion Co ._ __ 1068
Syr Y ? Jjnlu 1 and //I to 8. Inc. ____- nn___ 22 341\ 33 80 Southern Colonization 9 to 18. lnc. nnn______ 18 85 83 163 Southern, Colons Lot 1 to 8, Inc, ____________n_______ 19 34 32 ISO Southern Colonization
, fiFfe Co __n 6.71 laallon Co ---- 1066Lot. Co u __ 1068(
lots 12. 18 14, 16. 17, 18. 21 nn___ 22 84 33 140 Southern Colon 20 23. U and E"% lot 19 and 'V', Lot. 9 to 16. Inc. _____________u______ 19 34 32 160 Southern' Colonization .
$ isation Co hU 9.42 lot 2i _________________________p____ 18 16 83 80 Southern ColonIxatlon Co ___ 1048
y lots 24. 25 31. 32 and WV4 lot 23 .-__ 22 34 83 90 Southern Colon Co _: 601Lot. Lot. 17 to 24. Inc. ___________n n,------ 19 84 82. 160 Southern Colonization -
isation Co ____ 6.33 26 to 30. Inc. _nnnn__. 18 16 83 120 Southern Colonlanllon Co ___ 10 68
'r Lot. 2, 8. 6, 8, 9 and EV4 lot 1 __n____ 23 .34 33 110 Southern Colony Co .n 81R Lot. 26 to M, Inc. ____________u_..___.. 19 $4 32 160 Southern Colon-
Izntlon Co ____ 7.66 Lot. 6. 6.7. ,. 10. 11 And 'V"% lot 2____ 19 35 38 133 Routh..rn ColonIsntlon .," Izntlon Co ____ 10.f.8
4 Lot. 16 and 21 ___________________.____ 23 34 33 80 Southern Colon- Cn _ 8 80Lota I.ot. 1 to 8, Inc. _____________________ 20 34 32 ISO( !Southern' ('..Ion-
r .. Isnllon Co __u 3.23 111 and J6 and "' 'AI lot 12 ______ 19 35 83 60 Southern CotonIsntlon Izatlon Co __ 10.66
f,. I5H lot 28 and WH lot 30 _nn_______ 23 34 33 20 Southern Colons Co: ___ AA5Lota Loin. 9 to 16./ Inc. ____________________ 2<" 34 82 1110 Southern Colonization
.1 Izntlon Co ___ 1.99 J7. 18 19 ____nnn:_______ 19 85 83 110 Unknown _ _ __ 117 Co .___ 10(6Lota
w 'itLol.. 1 to 8. Inc. except lot 3'-__ 24 84 83 140 Southern Colonization Lot 19 ________________________________ 19 35 33 20 Southern CnlonIzatlon 17 to 24, Inc. ____________________ 20 24 82 160 Southern Colonization
$r" Co ____ 9.42Soiitreln Co .n 1 99 Co __ __ 10 00

r; Lot. 9 to IS, Inc. _______u_____________ 24 34 1.1 160 'olonIzntlon Lot 30 ________________ ___________.____ 19 35 83 211'IIknnwII _ _ __ 1.6Q Lots 26 to 32 Inc. __________n________ 20 34 32 160 Southern Colon-
'V ( C.. ._ 10.6C Lots 1 to //I. Inc ______ _______________ 20 35 33 120 Southern 'olnozallm'n I la"lion "Co __n 1068ILots
Lot. 17 to 24. Inc. ____________________ 24 34 83. 160 Southern Colon- : 9It I 1 to 8. Ino. ____________n________ 21 34 82 160 Southern' Colon-
\ Izntlon Co ____ 10.66 Loll 9 l0 U Inc. and lot. 17 and 18____ 20 85 83 14(1( Rnuth..rn 'olon- I Izntlon Co 10 68
? ..lot 25 and 28 to 32 Inc. _____,----__--r 24 34 88 120 Southern Colon- Rath! llots 9 to 16. Inc. ______________________ 21 34 32 160 Southern' Colonization I :
1 Izntlon Co .. ._ 818 Lola 26. .7 2R. nlllt '.V'AI lot 30 ____ _ 20 35 33 70 l'nknnwn . 49Isola !' Co _ __ 106
a h' j Lot. 1 to 8. Inc. __nnun______ 25 34 33 160 Southern Colons 1 to 8. Inc. nn ._______uu 2. 85 33 1411... Southern f: haIsatlon Lots 17 to 24 Inc. __________u_______ 21 34 32 160 Southern ColonIziitoti -
Izntlon Co _ __ 10.66 __ 1066 I Co __ 10.66
Lot. 9 to i2, .Int!. ____un__________ 25 84 33 80 Southern Colonization Lotll 9 to 18. Inc, _nnnu______ 24 311 83 160, Southern Co1unfz5tinn Lots 25 to 32 Inc _________________ 21 34 32 160 Southern Colonisation -
.s; ,4" Co ____ 5.71 ('n _ 1466Lota \ Co __ 10 66 '

(1 Lot 16 to 22. Inc. __n________________ 25 34 33 140 !Southern'! Colonization JT to 24 nuun_nn____ 24 35 33 Jf,1\ Sonth.rn: ('olonfzntlon Lots 1 to 8, Inc. ______________________ 22 34 3! 160 Southern Colonization -
l't; r CIT ___ 9. 12 l'n _ 1066Lota Co . 10 66Lc
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r*,, r Y, lot 25 to 80. Inc. and lot 82_________'_ 25 34 33 140 Southern Colonization : 26 to 32. In. _nnn____ ____ 21 35 33 JfO Snuth.rn CulonIzntlon.Cn 'I, Co __ __ 942 _ 10.66 Co _._ 10 t6
'+ Lot. 2, 8. 7, 8, 10 11 and NH lot 1____ 26 34 83 130 Southern Colonization I.ot. 1 to 8. Ina ____________________ 25 35 33 1110 Sonthrrn Colonlzatfon Lots 17 to 24. Inc. ___________u_______ 22 84 82 160 Southern. Colonization
( Co _n_ 8 ROCottlrombe. Cn _ 1066 Co ._ 10 86
l NH lot' _____________________________ 26 84 31 10 I. __ 1.<'7 Lola 9 to 111. Inc. ______________________ 25 85 33 JfO Snrtherfl Colonlzatlnn Lots 25 to 82. Inc. __________________u 22 34 S3 1110 Southern Colonization
r,;; ; "84.lot 9 __._______ _____.:__n_________ 26 34 81 10 Rennett. I. ___ __ 1.07 Co _ 1066 Co __ in ee
,1t +S E Lot 14. 16, 16. 21. 22. 24 _____n_______ 26 84 33 120 Southern Colon- Lots 17 to U. Ina -- -------------- -- 25 811 13 1110 Routh-rn: : Colon1Lellon Lots 1 to 8. Inc. ___________. ______n_ tt 84 82 160 Southern Colonization -
isation Co 8 18 Co _ 1066 Co __ 1066
4 c' l lot !6. 17. 80. tl. 32 and WH lot 28___ 26 34 33 110 Southern Colonization : Lola 26 to U. Inc. ____________________ 25 85 33 1110 Routhern ColonIzntlon Lots 9 to 16. Inc. ____________________ 23. 34 3"2 160 Southern Colonization
Co _n_ 7.64 Co ____ 1056Lotll Co 10 66 ,
' y9 ,. \l Lot. 1. 1, I. (. 7. 8 __________________ 27 34 S3 120 Southern Colon 1. 2. 8 and Ny4 lot 4 ______________ 29 811 83 70 Southrrn: fI.n: : Lots 17 to 24. Inc. ______.,nn________ 23 38E 160 Southern Colon-' '
?4 .' isation Co ____ 8.18 laatlon 609R IsaunnCn-- M
Lot. 9, 14, 16 _____________:__________ 27 14 83 60 Southern Colon % lot 4 __ununnnnn_ 29 85 33 10 F..rr..11 & Rngers" t 01Lot. Lois 25 to 82. Inc __--_______--_______ 28 84 32 160 Southern Colonization
isation. Co __h 4.47Tnmm. II to 16 and 19 to 23. In... _nUn_ 28 811 38 J80 Southern Colonizatlon -.- / Co 106SLots
y Lot. 18 and 11t __________u____:______ 27 84 83 40 H A _00 2.93Uoone. Co __ _ ,1190) 1 to 9. Inc. __n__________________ 24 1aE 180 Bouthern Colonization I --:
z.ot II ___- _______________ 27 84 83 20 C A----- 1.69Southern Tot 24 ____ ____.___ ___________________ 211 25 38 21Rom..r"III.\ ... R 1.69 Co __ 11.90
.. i7"i"s'Tso."is7 ss. i4 ____n________ 27 848 120 Colon Lots 25 to 80. In. __________________- 29 iii 83 120 Southern ColonIsatlon Lots 12 to 16, Inc. _________________--_ 24 34 32 100 Bouthern Colons Jf
isation Co __ 8.18 Co ___ 016 Isatlon Co fi qjf
Jx,>t* IS to 10 t qa _n_________________ 17 34 S3 120 Southern Colon-n Lots 1 at'd 2 _n____________-nn__ ._ SO 35 83 41\ Hunter II A __ 2.98 N% lot 17 nnn_____________________ 24 34 82 10 Tocum.! It C :::: 107
r tuition Co ____ 8 in Inc. ____ 33 80 Southrrn Colon-
Lots 8 t. e. 85
: Ml lot II ________.___________________ *7 84 83 10 Unknown __ _n_ 1.07 hnnnnn s to Isatlon Co ____ 11.11 Lot 18 to 24, Inc. ____________________ 24 34 31 140 Bouthern Colonization
lot 19. to _______ ___ I :J Southern Colon'Isatlon 94*
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Lot 10. Tl. 11 and "lY'to"SSTTncrilllll 31 14 13 200 Southern Colons Co ____ Lot 26 to 82. Inc. __ 24 34 82 160 Southern

isation Co ___ 13.14 1'l. 2!. U. U. u. n. 28 tJ 81 In. __ 30 36 88 200 Southern Colonlaaton isation Co ____ 10 (6
R : Lot. 8{. !/. 27 and 11 to IS. Inc. ______ 28 E18 140 Southern Colonization : n Co ____ 18.14 Lot. 1 to S, Inc. _____________________ 25 84 82 1(0 Southern ColonIsatlon -
9.42 Inc __ ____ U 164 Southern ColonIsatfon Co __ 10 66
f Co __ Lota 1 to a. 81 35
t l lota 1 to S, Ine. ________________/ ____ 29 34 83 160 Southern (Colon n nnnnu Co _. 10.1 Lot 9 to 16. Inc. _______________u___ 25 84 81 1(0 Southern Colonization l :

Isatlon Co 10.66 Lots II to 16. Inc. _____________________ 31 86 88 164 Southern Colonlsallon Co _-__ 10(6
,' lota to 14. Inc _______________J_____ 29 34 88 160 Southern Colon-- Co ____ 10.41 Lot 17 to 14. Inc. _______________n__ IS 14 81 160 Bouthern Colon

', 1 / lota 17 to 24, Inc. _____________S-_____ 39 34 IS 160 Southern isation Co Colon h__ 10.66 Lot. J to 8. Ina _nu--n-. 32 Hi 83 180 Bouthern Co Colonlaatlon ___-_ 10.1 15 to 11. Ine ________-.___________ IS 34 11 160 Southern: Colon.{: 10,(41Lot

isation Co 10.66 Iota 9 to, 18, Inc. __:__________________ 31 85 18 18Ql' Southern (:tlenlaatlon : Southern; Colon10.66:
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J lota SS and 24 _nnn___JL------ 29 34 tt 40 Southern Colonization __ 10." Lot 1 to (. Ine ________._____ 18 14 88 1(0
__ __ __________ % 180 Southern CotOnIallon isation Co 10.(6
Co ____ 8.28 Lola 17 to U. lno. _u_ 3 811 IS : -
( lot 10Lot ________________ ______u_ 19 14 83 20 Unknown u _n_ 1.(9 Co IUS Lot. 9 to 1 (. Ine. __.____________n___ 24 14 tl 1(0 Bouthern Colonisation :
1 to 1. Ino. __u ________________ 10 34 St 160 Southern Colonization Lota 26 to 33. Inc. _____n_____________ 12 811 88 180 "Beuth..rn Colon- Co ____ 10.(6
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Co 10.66 IsaUon Co ____ 16.11 Lot. 17 to !4. Ine. ______ 14 14 It 140 Southern Colon

7'A' lot 1 to 14. Inc. ...___.____'________ to 14 tt ISO Southern Colonization : Lot. 17 to 10 Ina and If, U, U. I'. 10__ 88 811 U 180 South..rn Colon- _____ salon Co ___- 10.6
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lot IS to 14 Ind---- .. 10 14 11 140 Southern Colon Loa U. 21, !8. 28. 17. IL II for 1814 """'"
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,,, lot SI to SS; Ino".._.-..,_... ___-- 30 14 SS 1(0 .Southern Colon- ...Uon Co 10.06
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Izatlon Co __-- 10." Lot. 11. 23. I' 20. 11. U. $8-----------. 18' III 3, 1'40.,South, . .-
LoU 1 to 8, .Ino.; '.;..........-.....-.... t| 1$2 1(0 Southern Colonization I I."uon Co ---- ..41 ..'. .." Isatlon Co. 19.16' "
,. ,. .... .. . : Bouthern Colons'Lot. Lota IT to H. Ino .-_..--..-.-- St 14. tl 1(0 Bouthern Colonr _
1 "." rv, .?' . ;;, ." Co ___. 10.46 Iot.l to I. Ina ,___ ; -__._''--- --- 18 81 ..i8 1.0 1O:" . *I Isatlon Co
lot t to' i( 11 14 tt 1(0 Southern Colonization : t rr- .___ IMC.
.i I Co :... 10.66 9 to 16. Ina _-; __________________.:_ 18'811 U 160 Bouthern Colon- LoU SS to 11. Inc. ---- ..-- 87 84 SS 1(0 Southern ColonS "
'Lot. 17, 18. 20 to If, Ine ____________ 31 14 18 140 Southern Colon- s tsatlon Co __.. 10." IztlonCo .... 10.111' '
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zatlon Co _-_ 9.42Southern Lots 17 to 24. lno _____n_____________ 18 811 II 180 BDnthern Colonlsation : Lot. 1 to 8, Ine. _____ n 11 14 11 180 Southern Colon-
!{ 14 and IS to SS Ine. _____ : Co __ 10.61 Isatlon Co .... 10."
lot
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Izatlon Co _--_ 9 42 Lot... 25 to U. Ine. ____________________ 118 811 18 180 8outhrrn ColonIsatlon : Lot t to 1 (. Inc. ______ 28 14 12 160 Southern Colon
Inc. and lot S ____________ 10.'SI.o't. isation Co _-__ 10(6
lot 1 t
4. 100 Southern Colonization
32 34 88
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ColonIsatlon Lota 17 to !4. Inc. n 28 14 II 180 Southern Colon.
Boutharn
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lot 10 to 14. Inc. ___________ ______ 33 140 Southern Colon Co ___- IUS Isatlon Co ____ 10.46
t, t --- 32 84 ________ _______
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ColonIsatlon Lot 26 to 12. Inc. n 28 84 28 160 Southern Colon-
Lots 9 to 18. Inc. ___n_ _____n______ J If II 160 Southrrn :
s Lot. 17 to 24, Inc. _____.__un__ 32 34 33 160 Southern Colon0.42 = Co __ 10.61 ____________________ illation Co __n 10.66
__ 160 Southern Colon
ization Co ____ 10.66Southern Lola 11 to 24. In. ____________________ 1 If U 160 8outhrrn ColonIzatlon Lot 1 to 8. Inc. 29 84 82
_________________ Co ____ IUS isation Co ____ 10.66
J Lots SI to SI. Inc. 32Xot 333 160 Colonization ___ 160 Southern ColonsIsatlon Lot. 9 to 16. Inc. .___________________ 29 34 32 160. Southern Colonization .
Inc. II
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!. 8. 4. .. 7. 8 ______nnn__ 38 34 33 120 Southern Colonization Co ColonsIsntlon Lots 17 to 24. Inc. .___________________ 29 34 32 160 Southern Colonization h -
_____ 160 Routhern
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In. 82
Lola 1 8.
, Co __ 818 to nnnnnU 2 If 10.06
.Lot ( to IS, Inc. ______________________ 33 140 Southern Colonization C0 __ __ Co u 10.66
33 34 Routhrrn ColonIzatlon Lot. 25 to 32. Inc. ____________________ 29 :34 82 160 Joulhern Colon-
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Lola 9 Inc
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'a lot 18 19, 10 IS and 24 __________ 33 813 100 Southern Colonization Co 865 __________ u 10
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Lots 1 to 8. Inc. nn 30 34 32 1 00 f hern Colonization -
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1 Co (1191\I 20 to 24. Inc. __ ______ 2 84 82 -- _
Co
lot 89 t'o 81, Inc. ____ iota 29. 30 and 81 ___ ________ U 60 Southern Colons _ 10.66Lots
nUn 33 34 33 80 Southern Colons -- ------ 2 If Isatlon Co -_ -_ 447 9 to IS. Inc _____________n_____ 30 34 82 160 Southern Colons

lots I, :fc, 6 and 11 _ununUn_____ 34 34 33 80 Southern ltlon Co Colonization : 6.71 1':4.:: of WIj, of lot 211 ___ __nnnn ____ 2 84 n Unknown\ -. ft'U ________ __ Southern Izntlon Co __u 10.fff
inc. 160 Colon-
Co _ 6.71 Tot 28 ______ _________ _____ 2 If II 20 Rupert. W Lois 17 to 24. nuu 30 082
1' lot 20. 21 and It ____________ ___ : I.ot. 1 to 8. Inc. ___ _______ If 82 160 Southrrn ColonIsatlon 'xatlon Co 'n_ JO.61f I)
1 un 34 34 33 60 Southern Colonization I nun 8 Co .__ _:. 10.8/1/ Lot. 25 to 82. Inc. _-____________n_.___ 30 '4 82 160 Southern Colons

Lot. S to 7 Inc NH lot 1 and 8V4 lot a__ 34 33 140 Co --: 4 47 iota 9 to 111. In. _______ 8 84 U 160 Southern 81: "- Izntlon Co u _ 10 Iff,
1 35 An'tatlon' Colon nnnu tsallon _-_ 10.68 Lot. 1 to 8. Inc. _____________ _______ 31 34 32 160 Southern Colonization

t .... lots 10. 11. IS, 14 and 15 ______________ 35 34 33 100 Colonization _ 9.43Southern Lots 17 to U. Inc. ____________________ 8 If n 160 Routhern laatlon Colon:i 11\.66 Lot. 9 to 16. Inc __________. _nu_____ 81 34 82 160 Southern Co('olon-_, __ 10 (68!
Co _, 6.9RUnknown Colof-;
[V, Lot 17 ____--_----___:..____--__________ 35 84 83 20 -_ -_u_- 1.6** iota 211 to 82. Ina ___________________ 8 84 II 110 South..rn\ Co ____ 10.IIIaRllon Lot. 17 to 24, Inc __________n______ 31 t89 160 Southern isation Co Colonization __ _-_ 10 t6

ts It to Inc. ____________________
X 24. 35 84 33 140 Southern Colonization _
*> Co 10 66
Co - Iota 1 to a. Inc. _____________________c 4 14. n 160 SOUttITon;: Colon_ lUll Lot. 25 to 32. Inc. ..--________--_--__- 31 34 32 160 Southern rnlonIzatlon -:

,k lot 25 to St. Ino _nn.nn__ 35 84 33 160 Southern Izntlon ;
Lot. 1, 1. 8 and 11 to 15 Inc __un___ 36 84 83 160 Southern Colonization : Routhrrn ColonIsallon Co __ __ 10.46
.____________ ___ U 260
1.011I 17 to 24. Inc. ,. 4 8f ___ ___ .
Co ____ 10 66/ C0 _. 10,68Lote Lots 9 to 18. Inc. ________ ------ 32 84 32 160 Southern Colonization -
lot 8 ________________________
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nn 3(1( 84 20 Relchard. L J... 1 69 Southrrn CtlonIsallon Co .. 10( 66
t l Lot 10 ____ ____________________________ 36! 84 II 20 Carberrv. M__ ___ 1 fI9Lot. 26 to n. Ina ____________________ '4 8f II 160 Co .__._ 10 III Lots 17 to 24. Inc. ____________ ________ 32 84 32 160 Southern ColoirIzatlon
17. 18 21 21 __ _______ ____ 84 81 Rfl __ __ __ 6.41
: If! Unknown Southern ColonIsallon Co . 10 C6
Lot. 26. 21, It. 82 and 8H lot 25____ 36 84 83 90 Southern C lontzatlon Lots J to a. Inc. ______________________ 6 8f 82 160 Cn ___ 10.66 Lots 25 to 32. Inc ____________________ 32 84 32 160 Southern Colonization : :

I Lot. 5. (. 7. 8 _________- nn______ 1 85 33 80 Southern;! Co Colonization : ____ 6.83 Lote 9 to 18, Inc. _____________________ Ii 8f 82 110 Routhern Co ColoIsatlon __n_._ 10.16 Lots 1 to 8. Inc. .______-_______________ 33 34 32 160 Southern Co Colonization _ .-. 10 66

1, loU 25 to 2*' Inc. and 8V4 lot 24____ 1 85 83 100 Southern Co Coton__-_ 671 L<>ta 17 to 24. Ine. ____________________ Ii 14 81 110 8outhrrn 1s.llon M Colons____ 10 86I.otll Lots 9 to 16. Inc. __--______--_--_____ 33 34 32 160 Southern, Co Colonization __ __ 10 66" ;

1i j' Lot.' 2 and 4 to 10. Inc. _un_______ 2 85 83 160 Southern ization Colonization _ 756 26 to n. Inc: _________n_________ 6 8f II 110 RNVtnrrTl lzatfon Co Colons____ 10.16 Lots 17 to 24. Inc. __nun________ 33 34 32 160 Southern Co Colonization I_-_- 1066

u' Lot. 11 to 19 except EH lot 18 _-'______ 2 85 88 170 Southern Co Colonization _-__ 1066 Lota 1 to 8. Inc. n____________________ 8 If U 110 Southrrn taallon Co Colons____ JO.58 Lots 25 to 82. Inc. ____________________ 33 34 32 160 Southern, Co Colonization _- -_ 10 66

Lots 10 and 11 Unnun___ 2 88 83 40 L Co A _-00--_ 11 2.2S 93 Lota 8 to 11. Inc. ______________n____ a 34 U 110 8OUthttn: :: figl: __,,- 10,16I..atll Lots 1 to 8, Inc ______________________ 34 34 33 160 Southern Co Colonization _- -_ 10.68
Lots !t II t6 17. !8. 10. 11 ________ J-Telr"y'. :
y I 86 33 140 Colonization Southern Co __ 1068
17 to !4. Ina ____________________ 8 If 13 110 fiI'n.10.81 -
: Co ____ 9 42 tsatlon Lots 9 to16. Inc. __________________.__ 34 34 33 160 Southern Colon-

fiff. Lots! lot. 1 and 11 _4__to'V'lnc.__-_._______________________ 2.3BM 36 35 81 88 140 10 Unknown Southern Colon_ _h_ 1.07 Lota III to 82. Ine. ____________________ 6 If U 110 Soul r on:: Coln:. 10,15 17 to 24. Inc.' _________________--- 334 33 160 Southern Izatlon Co ColonIsatlon __-: 10(8Lots


J t 11 _______________________________ I 85 83 20 Izatlon. "" J Co C _______ 1 9.41Touna (9 Lot. 1 to I. 'Inc. __ If n 110 oLatonrn 8:1.on'7 __: 1.11 Lots 25 to ... Ine. ______nnunn 34 33J 160 Southern Co ColonIzntlon I_-_--' IUS

t..12. __ 8 85 83 Unknow .. _- 4.17Southern ________ i u no Southern Colons : Co: __ 1066
l/ilk 14
;f ( >ts 14. 37.: Ciiai-::::-::: 3 S5 33SS lg: Colon Lots 7 to 11. Ina _nnnu lsallon Co ____ 1.18 Lots 1 to t. Inc. _________n___________ ss E8E uo Southern Colons- -

lot S ___ ______ Isatlon Co _--: 9.41Southern Lots 111 to 14 Ina ____________________ 7 14 II 100 BOUthInColon: :: : Izatlon Co 10."
c i lot 1 to '. Inc. and _u 4 83 147 Colonization 18.14 Lets 9 to 18. Inc. __--____.___--____-- 35 34 33 160 Southern Colon-

a I, Co_..__ 9.41Southern _________________ 83 180 8outhrrn ColonsLatlon 10811'
less lot It ._________ Lots III to 3!. Ina ___ 7 14 _____
11 lots ( to 18 Inc.. 4 868 147 Colon Co . 10.61 Lots 17 to 24, Inc. ___________ u as 34 33 )jo SouThe"Colon"- T

Ind. Izatlon Co _-_- 9 41 Lots 1 to II, IftC. ______________________ 8 U II 110 flol I.aeon:: Colon10.68 .. ___ Izntlon Co _-__ 10.(6
Colon-Southern lots 25 to Inc. _____________ h 35 34 82 160 Southern Colon-I

n>g Lot. IS to I!. Ino. _____nn_________ 4 S* _S* 16S : ; :. : 9 41 Lots 8 to 11 Inc. 1... lot 18 punnnn 8 If U 140 Southern;: :: Colon: '.41 Lots 1 to 8. Inc. ___----___________-- jj 34 33 itO Bouthern Izatlon Co Colons_-__ 10." :t

d. 8. Inc. __-__________n___-- 5 S5 Stss 126 Southern ization Co Colonization : 10(( : Lola 17 to 24. inn ___n______________- 8 If 81 t60 ROlaeteon Colon 10.".. Lots 9 to 18. I Inc. -------------------- 88 34 33 no Southern Izatlon Co Colon-,____ 1086 --J r.

r Co _-_. 8.18 I Ina ____________________ 8 If 81 110 Sonthrrn Colons Co 10.66
Lot. ( to 11. Inc. and 11 to 16. Inc._____ ( sa 1(8IS. Southern Colonization Lot. II to 81. lzatfon Co ____ 10.6 Lota 17 to 24. Inc. ____________________ 3) 34 32 ]lo Southern; Colon- *'

_ ___________ ______ Co 10 6Unknown Lot. 1 to a. Ina _____"_______________ 9 14 U 110 Southern Colonlaatlon "."
111 lot It ____ _ m I II II 10 -- ::.. 1.07 Ce ____ 10." Lots 26 }o 82. I neo -------------------- ? 34 ? ]le Southern Colon.

., Lot SO to IS Inc. and WH lot 19 ____ I U II 911 Southern Colon Lola 9 to U. Inc. ____________________ 9 If 81 110 RouthornColon:: ""
R Isatlon Co ___. Sit 10.61 1 Lots 1 to 8. Inc. _____nn_________ 1 ,B 82 ,5, Bouthern; Colon.{ :

LoU SI to 31. Ine. less lot 19 ___n_____ I II II 118 Southern Colonisation Lots 17 to 24. Ina ____________________ 9 If 82 110 Southern Colon: 8..1 18-9
S.1S 10. Lots 9 to 16. inc. ____________________ 1 ,5 ? ,? A usthern; Colon.:
Iota I to 10. In. __________________ 6 II II 110 Southern Colon.: l..ot. 23 to U, Ina __________________ 9 14 82 110 SOI .eon;: Colon. I I "."* ..
isation Co 1086Southern 10." Lots 17 to 84. inc. _____n_____________ 1 ,5 ? ,? BouThirn; CofonV
t you 11 to .o. IDe 1... lot IS _..__ 6 I' II 110 Colon Lota 1 to 8. lag ________________u___ 10 $4 $2 uo Southern:: Colon. C0 ".'*
a "< isation Co ___. 11.10 10,61Lot. Lot. 25 to t!. Inc. ____________________ 1 ,5 ,, ,5, Bo'uthlrn Colons .
L4N.1, t. 10. Ine. ________________ il II E00 Southern Colons 9 to U. Ino. __._________________ 10 If 81 110 Southern Col.nfaatlon : Co ''." -
:. 1 .14 Co __- 10.81 Lot. 1 t I no. Sou't'hirn ---- .
\ \ Isatlon Co IS o. -- -------- ---------- ,5 ? ? ColoRi/. ;
+t* .. 4L 8, 7. SXeW.it ___...______:..___. 7 II II 100 Southern Colon- Lot. 17 to U, Ina ______________ 10 If 81 110 South on:: 8:1'n: ' 1M4 .,*.
.. . isation Co (... 10." Lot. 9 to 16. Inc. ______________________ ,5 ? ,? 80':: .:: &fcnV
r .. *'II. iafc ------------- II II ItO Southern Celon. Lot. 81 t. t.. Ina 10 If II 110
--------------- oiilon:: Coln10.11 Isatlon Co .. S.88-
.' .. ;. .:.,,-- isation Co _.._ .... : Lot. 18. 18. SO, !!. 11, 14 and NH lot 17 ?
.Ir.N1--- -- T"ti' II' 110 Southern i ____ 160 Southern Colon- \
ColonIsatlon le_ lot 11 If II
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Co ___ 10.i. I..Uon Co ____ 10.04 % __ ______ i 3t 33 j4j Southern Colon.r

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tl1." sot 21' -:- _-.R------Z.-.n 8 II II 10 Richard, T P._ 1." Co ____ '.'0 ,r"

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batten Co Iseieots ,all except SH of 8W! of
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Lots 1"to''8. Ina'.r..:;.':.::;..rJ 1_:_?_____. 4 'Ii 82 rj'sol.r, : lon CQ o 1.--: :. '"'1.IUI. [ 16 to IS Inc' .blk II -.-.''-"-":,, .... ... 'j'' 80uth..rn Colon. Lot!"'- ..,..... -......-..'..*..*..**.*.-. ..0"II II
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+ l on Co. 11.80 lsatlon Cn -". 1,84 Loot 55 --....-..--..-.-.----....-.-.----...," 14 / : -"\ ,.',1
''Lob 11 to I'. ''no. ____ ..._.._.r:;.-: .1 '11' 'n.11.1 Solu.taht ern Colon----- i ilaatlon I Lots 16 to IS Inc blk II ____-___._-_.._; Southern Cblon: fllI 16 14M I 1 Unknown __ "" -'
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.. Lola U to 10.. Ina __::.__.___:.____, 1 11\.. ifs ,111. Bouthern Colon-?.,. 10.01 Lots 1, to ;I' Ino, blk II ___-__.._.._. Co. Sesalaala feel mm* .:.... C.'. (aaDI.vlalon --.l.lT3.
.1.' . I I lsatlon Co .. U8 l.aUon Co -... t.SI of all except! NH of. HW14 of .. 11// , .
Lob 1 to'. Ina _..---.?--_--,-;.-- 11II 141 8oulhern ColbLL.Isallon : Lots 1$ to IS Ina blk II -----.-.--.?- .. South..rn Colon.Lot' HE"-- ,,, 11 0<;1- '" .. .t. .'
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1,42 ; ti T
Lob /and 11 to 18 InID. __. _,_____?_ I 11\ 12 141 .'JlOUthern Colon.L ?.. 1 to 1. Ino, blk ,I _______._::____ :: c..>out fOrn cto'I"t. L M ,?_..,.,,_?;. ..,_. .11, amp.n. ---.:3'n71t
Lot 81 : ::::: :=::::: 11 II 11
alloa8outhsrq Co '.U 'Isatton Co __ P'o 1 .Unknown y 471 r ,.
...(.: Lots 17 to 14 Ino. _____?________..__ I 11\ 23 118 I loner Lot. 1 to 13 Ina bik IT _....__.___-- Bouthern Colon.Lot. l : Be./.ol. laad a1 Lv. Co'. ,......01_ ,
lutlon Co 1..Uon Co 1." vlaton of all -----01.-----------... II I. '11'
Lots III to U. Ina _._._____?.._______ i 11II\ 151 Bouthern Coton- : 10.01 1 1. Ino.,_blk 18 _____.__.-___ outh.rn Colon.Lot. ----- Lot Tl and 81 --.-- .----.----.- if 1l l "'St'ew.rt."J2'! K 'iiit
114douth.rn Lot 81 for 1814 tax: : .. 16 I
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tlon Co 10,04lsatlon la"Uon -- --- ----- Stewart JiI
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.. Lot 1 to 6,1na ________._____________ as II teO South..rn Colon1 ---- : 1 to 11. blk I' _____________--_ t ofonLot. Lot 304els .---11-----------------4.: 11 II 1 Unknown (.- .Tife
;< laatlon a30,6t 110
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. ,'\ Lote 0 l0 18. Ina ______________._____ 15 U. 1'0 South..rn Colon 1 to 11 Ino. blk 10 _____________ Bouthern Colon. Lot 1 .-",---..,---..--.---- II I. 11 'WIII.onW. 7 tai
,. Co 10'f6 l.aUon Co 1,618o' Lot 111 .:_._.___?______,_____________ II II II 1 Unknow"
...+ r '- 18 BoIsatlouther\ Lots 1 II Inc t... let 151 blk 11____ --?. 8e aila.la LaaaVaad ,._._ .
1 o. 17 t O. inn I ________._______? II 110 ", olonIsetlon .th.rn rolon.Ik lav. BaaDIvision -
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Lot. '1. t o. I Ino _______.____________ I II II SO lI..uth..rn Cofon-.10.61 Lot 16, 11 ________________-:-_______ BDI.ler,nEC'b.::: ,/1 Lot "'- B of Canal and SM d\SKVf__ JJ JJ JJ ; .

lsatlon Cc Ut Lot. 1 to 20. bUt n ________________. South..rn Colon- II'. --.. ---" ---"--- ; 6 Unknown I
Lots 1 to 8. Ina ______________________ 10 as II teo Southern Co1onaatlon : 'laatton Cc 2,30r Lot. tl and 41 ... :::::- al. I'., II. 10 ,"..ook_ ..,.L.1 Lj
,J' / Co 10.81 Lob 1 to 11 Ino. blk as _____________. Soulh.rn ColonLot.t : "- 1..d .ad 1:": C... ldDl+ J JII. 1.
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Lot I to 1. lea __ Bouthern ColonLptl .
---- ? laatlon Co 1.26Inc. ot:t and 191. -- .
J : laetfon Co __ ..U to S blk II .L--------" :.____ Bouth.rn Colon.: _.___:----::::-----:::: 1 31 It 18 x.ete. ., Jot A '_ '
.L 17 to 24. Ina 1... lot II _______ lG as II HO Bouthern Colon'h = 'laetfon Co I.U Lot II ------ .-- ---.-- "-" 4 31 8 m-' 1.01
1.11 Lot. 1 to I Ige. blk IS ______________:_ Southern Colon.--- Lot 71 _I_III"Z"---.-- 4. 11 11 I' Whetoord --- 13
Lots III to 32. Ina Ie.. lots 10 and 3L. 10 "" II 110 Bouthern Colon. 'Isallon Co __ 1.11 Lot 81 -. -" ". ." 4 17 I. I S..tler. H Ii :: ; :
4 laatlon Co 11. Lots 1 to 11 Ino. blk .I ________.;:.____ Bouthern Colon.Lot. : Lot. 88. 101-and 1121.---:::---::--. 4 'a' I. J5 Penham cm; w4Y13 1
'. Lots l t o. Ina _______________u____ 11 as II 110 South rn Col i : 'laatlon Co __. 1.8f .4' 'IT.I' It URknow'n ==, .TI
.. - 10.8' 1 to 11 1,0.: blk.17 ______________ Bouth.rn Colon.Lot. : Lot i irii""ii"in""i""ii::: :; ::: ,4 17 It I 8ebringT. A, ....... _'1
Lot. I to 11. Inc. ___________________. 11 as II 110 Southern Colon. I.AUon Co 1.14Bouthern Brsslaele 1-aed. sa'law.'C&. BafcDI16 -. :
: blk $8 _. ___________ ---- vl.lon of all 17 11 .
laatlon Co ____ 10.81 to 11 Inc ColonLot. .;
; / Lot. 17 to U. Ina ____________________ 11 III II 110 Southern Colon 1. laa\lon Cn --- 1.84Boulhorn Lot. 1 and a ..._____________:--___-: 6 17, 5 II! 10 Nll.on.' ; :1'W LOt
la.tlon Cc 10.U to 11 Ino. blk It ______________ Colon--- Lot -- .7 II Turn.. J( '
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;> Co .- u Lot. 1 to 11 rno. blk 40 _m__________ BoutheIsatlon Colon.Lot. : : Lot. 3/ and it -----------...----.. 1"7" >1 10 R*.._ ,L.1'. _
...,1+ Lot. 1 to I. Ino. =______.______________ 11 as II 180 sd.r: ;. Coloa: __ UI Lot. 17 .nd 10 -..----""--"--"----. I ii *2 Johnion. JtR; -'" ,
laatlon Co _u_ 10..1 1 to 11 100. blk n ______________ 80'.I; ;;: : Lot 101.* 6 IT it Unknown ..:= """. .T.
.i Lot. I'to' I. I-e. -___________________ 11 15 II 110 Southern ColoaLetlon 1."Uon Co I.U Lot 114 ----'M I 17 11 1 Weaver. Alt, ''lor.
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Co .. 10." I to 11 Inc, blk .1 _______________ southern ColonLot. Lot if -- -..-----------------..-- 1 17 11 I Unknown... S .:.. >1 \ "
'I'i: Lob III to U. Ina ______ _____________ 11 III II 180 Bonth.rn Colonlaatlon : Isetlon Co ___ 1.111 Lot --:::-::: --------------- --- 17 11 i ".1i1
Co to.!' 1 to 11 Ino. blk 44 ______________ Southern ColonLot. : Lot 48 .-----------------------..-.-. 6 IT 11 I Uk .._. ::., ;:t
Lots 1 to .. Ina ________ _____________ 11' III II 110 Southern Colon- Co __- UfIt Lbt 80 t_-- -----------"-""- I 17 11 1 "". own H __... ;
'. laAtlon Co ---- 10." 1 to 11 Inc, bllt II _________....:_ Sol.r -; ColonLot. : Lot 88 --1.-____._.________ I 17 11 I Waeden 8 B 3hlon
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Io' lute I to 11. Ina ______________________ 11 III II 110 SO'1th..rn Colon. 1."Uon. Co ---. I." -- .. .. mm* lav. C.'. ak-bi-- ,
laatlon to." 1 to In.. blk U _______________ So..thern ColonLot. Tovt of all fna -----.- -- "- 'I IT 11 ,
"0 Lot. 18 to U. Inc. __u________________ Ii lIS II 140 AOUthPI. Colon.Co : r l.aUon Co ---- 1.84 3 :: : .77 II I Ilak.r D M __ f t ti
.-__ I.U I to 11 Ino bile 17 ______________ 1'I..lhe..n' Colon.Lot. tot; 4 ;iiiiii""iii""i""r"atlaale 7 '17 "II .Unknolr a..' = a
Bsatlouthrrn _
Lot. 25 and IT to II, Ino. __ _______ 11 as II 140 Colon- < Co 1.818oeth.rn Laad; -r-Coo...- M- .
? 1.41 1 to 11 Ina blk .8 ,..____________ ColonDo. : vlslon of all frae. .--_____.._..___.. I l? !i *
Aouthern Color;
.S Lots 1 to R. Ia ___________________: 11 26. II 110 ; laaUon Co ____ ., Li/ Lot 40.l.- : ,. 1 17 6 .W.lcher, 4 D_ .T'
1fAtlon Co __ 1x66Lob .... 11e..l. ---i-lav.;;, Ca'a labDIvlslon .. ' '

11 to 10. Inc. _____________________ 11 III U 100 Southern colon: Lots 1 to 1. Ine. bill: 1 ________________ SOllth.rn ColonLot. of all -----------__..._-._. f f ST SI ,
laatlon Co _n_ 11.11 Co 1.84 jot 4T -----------_____.___ ..__.- / ST It I NIchol.. 0 R..
, Lola 21 U. 26 n. 24. i D. 10 and N% lot 1 to 1Inc. blk I ________________ 1'I01r' lc;. Colon. Lob 81 and 96 -..-""--.-----"-"--- 9. 11't 10 Harsh Z.. __. 1.01. ,..
24 and $54: lot II n________________ 1f III II 110 Southern 'olon. 1.t Lot 88 - .-- 17 II II Unknow" ...wit
;
t .Uon Co u__ 10.1' Lots 1 to 14 Ine bill: I ________________ solr l';. Cho; :,In- : ailaale L.wd-a.d; lave C';';' ..ak.f>i lvlalon ty >
., Lots 1. .u. 4. 7, 2 _______________ _______ 1" 28 II 100 80uth..rn Colony Isatlon Co 111Aouthern of NH and Nile of 8BU and SB p PNq
la..llon Co ---- 696Lot. Lots 1 to 14 Inc. bill: 4 _____________.__ ColonLot. : 4 of 8E"u. NE14 of NW4t ---- p 14 10
:d 11. 11. I". 1. _______________.____ I" III al 80 South..rn ('olont' __ U4 Lot 48 f 16 16 80 I Unknown. fa
{""O 1.71 1 to 11 Ine. I.... lot 4. bile 6 ____ solM'I; : : .. > 48 IIIIIII3IIIZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 80 I Connall,. i'b- ,
---- k
/ I" a5 a2 110 Bo'uthrfallenrn l.ot 60 _____ .________ _____ _____ __ f II 10 6 Ja 'rt
Iota 17 to.. I Ina _n_________________ Colon.Ifnllon Isatlon Co __ 1.88to 4.ailaale n Ellh.oa. -:: u
Co llUU __ . l..m* mm* lav. C.'. .lakDI.vision U.
--- Lot. 1 to Inc' blk ______u_____ Southern ColonLot. :
\!, Iob 16 18. 17. 20 fl. II ____________ 15 III PI 120 Aouthrrn Colonhntlon ,7 t..Uon. Cn. .81 of all except N% of NM____ 11 16 SO t
Co ____ S.U 1 11 Ina lees lot 7. blk 7 ______ Color--!-- x>t-48 -'-------.- ____> 2"6 II Bear. T _____ 1.1
/: Idle 1 to I. Inc. _________________ 21 15 II 142 80uth..rn Colon.Isatlon Routhern Co __ 1.111 Tot 68'a__ ____ ____ _____ It 16 80 II r 1 '
... nn Co _' 9 ..21':1j Lots 1 to 11 Inc. less lot 9. blk 8 ______ Bnnthern h.Uon Colonlratlon u I..ot 68 _____________________ ______-_ It 11 II 80 1Tut jieplPJ H 11 ;'&.' .!oo'}
W lot 10 ____ 21 III II U South .rn CoionIfatlon : 7. -.--------- II 80 I ':1 ;
'I.ot. f. n. 16, And % n Co 1.61 --- ----------------- It II Mllnls .1'14 '
Co u__ t Lot 9, 1.1k I unmmnm_:._____ Unknown :::: : lit ao 1 W B ..___
lot 14 _______ _______ ___. U 35 12 9 tlnknon n 1.0 1 1/ to 16 Inc blk, 8 ________ Colon1,0t. -- A.wf.el., Lawd .i-1v. C. ;,--II-hD-r; : ISIS II
Ma SO
: U 311 82 IU Roulh.rn'I : nu 80llthprn 'I.lon of all "c..pt NI4 of NW"____
Lots 17 to 24. Inc _________ ____
h nn Co __ 1.018 II 80
I..tlon Lota 4
',0 h II. 20. 19 10 Rpan..enbur .
__ ------------- H. 1.11
10. bIll 9 ---------
Ie. lot : .
to"13 Inc ISIS
1 ('olona 2. 80
Lots 25 to U. fna .>___________________ 21 15 82 141 Aouthrrn Colon.Isntlon : Southern Co 1.48Routhern Tut6 ---------._--------------------- 1 I 18 '10 I Rft.umont c L... .. ':
Cn ___ '..42I __ Isatlon ; t..ot 46 --------------,_---- WIII.S H: .. : "
: Lot. to 2ft inc blk 9 _______nu ColonLot. : -- -------- JI 1..0 : .
Lot. 1 to- 2' Inc. ____________________._ U 15 II 120Southern- Colonfsntlon IsSouathtlonern CoColon. 1.58R lent 85 r t 1turD lY. M _. Lid :;
Co __ S.U -- ailaale Laad la;;,;: Ca ak-Di-; . rl
n ____________ : ,
blk 10
3 15 .1 121) Snuth.rn Colon.Ifatlon 4. 5. S. 1. 10. vision of all _.._ _____ ________ 10 ; .
Lots f. 10 and 12 to 15. Ina _________ -" !I.! ,.:;
Co __ 41 tsotlon Vl1 Lot 54 ____ _____ ..__ 10 6 Klnrsler. :1 "'
ii
Cf..l u !*
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n 26 Inc blk 10 ____ : .
.
Tent. 11 to n Southern ------- 10
Lot 77 ------ :
__ 23 S5 81 141) Southern Colon.Ifatlon -- --- .. W _. '
lots 17 to 14 Inc leeu lot II _ _ --- 6 Unknown ..T
- 10 Cuanlneham
Lots 1 and I to Southern Colon- 30
Tot. II __00 ____________________________ U U II 2A Arl..m..nko.J: E_ 1.11 luUon Co 1.18 : Lot 111 .- :--;.. .- 6 06 j ClT..
,"-L Lots n to 32 Ina _________ __________ U 15 II ISO Southern Co Colon.Ifatlon lUf't I Lot I. blk 11 __________________________ Unknown -. ---.---- .11 nalaalevision of .all.' lav.' Ce'e.--i';**DI* 14 II 'I 0 ':

-.r- Iola 1. 4. 8. I ______________-u______.:. U 15 II 80 Southern CelonIfatlon : Lots 13 to 26 Ino blk 11 ___n_______ Southern Colon- Lot. 8 and /------------.----------------------------- 14 _f $$0 JO MoC.nl.t..., 1IlJoI'
o. .--- 1.71 laaUon Co ---- 1." Lot II u_ -__--:___?_______ I. I Unknown
U 15 II 10 Unknown __ ____ 1.01 r Lot. 1 to IS In" bill: 12 ___nn_______ Southern Colon11 Lot 3/. 47. {0. li- .. . 1. 10 10 Baxter R..r1 ::; .
lot I __________nu_" _____"____.__ --------- ---- 1& I' 10 !
. 1.nta U. 17. 11 "nd W% of Isatlon Co ---- 1." Lot T8 --- .------.----.---"-- I Tiaxt.q Bert -"I .11 .
.i. I. 11. 14. U. _____ N 15 II IIi I Bouthnn ('olonb.tlon Lots to 14 Ina bile 11 ____________ Southern Colon- Lot 84 and 18 : _____" ; II 1"0 10 Baxter B.rt.L, .t
'., lot 11 -----r------------------ '{""o ____ 10.3 A inc.lblk 1 Isatlon Co .-__ u' "_IIe Law4 sad .....,. $b..D$. ." .

v 1 W% lot. and, E% lot 10 ;___________ U III II 20 southern 'olon- Lot. 1 to U. 11 ______________ Bouthern Colon- vision of all ___..____._.____-__._ 18 I' 10 '. 1
tuition Co ____ 1.21 tsatlon Co _._ U. Lot !' 11 ,.1 ao I Amlt b. .0.1 i. '
------------ -- .,.
s 14 15 II IA M"K..ttrl"k. 0 1.6 t I Lot. 1 to 11 Ina blk 11 _u___._______ Colon.B T.ot 71 ? ..- .. ::._;-r --- 111 I' I Ta! n. A. '
-- '
Lot 18 _______________ 00 : -- ------ ; -- ,
111 II
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0----- U U II 10 Southern Colonfaatlon Is.l10n Co ._ U' t UnkDowD'_ __ 1
'J l..ot. III to II Inc and W% lot Co _n_ ..11 B Lots 11 to U Inc. bUr 11 ______________ Southern Colon.- .l-Li-i-; lav.;;. Ca- abTH.vision : _. r.f'.

4' W lot !3____ 34 15 II 70 Unknown -- _On 4.1t lutlon Co ____ 1.68Bouthern of lot t-4 and SBfc of BWH
4 .t Iot. n. II and tIf and % ____ f.l1 T Lot. 1 to 11 Inc blk 18 ______________ Colon- and WH of 8BU! ...
IIA
15 II Unknown .. .
14
Lots 10. II and II ____________________ n --------- -- 11 if 10 ;0 f 0I
4' 8 tea __ _______ II 15 II 140 Southern Colon- tsatlon Co _.- 1.12Bouthern Lot 48 -.._--_-.4---.?--...---..--- Am1t . _
Lots land I to n blk 15 ____________ I' I.
I' Ino.
j 1 b..llon Co ____ '.4 I Lot. 11 to Colon- Lot T4 ---_,.-.--- -- ----- I x _
'
Lots I 10 n. Ine. ______n_____________ II III II 140 Southern Colonutlon bIll 18 tsatlon Co _- : 143Bouthern Lot 101 .--.--------.-_-------- 1 II 20 i 'Oowel.I __, 't.T.1" ,
.} '. / Co ____ 9.41 2 Lot. 1 to 11 Ino. : -------- --- ColonI 104 -----?.--.------ .-.....----.-- J. OeesmanJD itRk.w1..1'ira'i '

Lot. II and II ________________________ II 11\ 4) to Bouthrrn Isatlon Co Colon._--_ U I Lota 11 to 14 Ine bUr 18 _____.:.______ t..tlon Co C.lon-.-_. 1.18Bouthern Lot 111 ] -IiF-c.--..-laBDfof .-.-- .-. 17 30) .i, ,._. it .

e Ina less lot 10 __________ II 11\ '1. HO Southern Colon- lutlon Co _.__ UI Lot hn 554 ot ID% .. -.-.--- 1.' 1 I' I. . i. A
III to 11. _____
lob ___.
Co ____ f.Ifatlon ..2 Lots l'to 11 Ino. bIle 11 ___ Southern Colon- --.-------.-_- ---------- 1. .. I 1taJ'tl.. 0 J2! __, ;.7t

__ ____ _______ II 11II 111 Southern Colon- lutlon Co ___ 1.11 Lot I' ----.-- -- .- --.. 1. .. I' )farUn. 0 a
____ -
1 fna
IAIt.' 1 to u l.aUon Co ____ 10.4tt. I Lot. 11 to II Ino. blk 1'1 __________ Bonthern! Colon- Lot 137-----_ -- _- ; 131 IIi D.na".,' 0 n.." .1f 1

: Lot. I. U. 11 _________________________ It 11II 10 Southern 8:1 tsatlon Co ___- 1.11, ... 1..1. ir.1 .d-i ;. -.p--i.;M.IM. 10 t0 r . '
__ './ T ot
Isatfon Ion all __._____...---- I.

,. Lots 17 to 24. lea =____.-_________..- II III II III 80uth..rn Co ColonIsatfon _u.. 10.14 ColonLot. . ; :' 1.RR.;61Bouthern Lot tote it and'---- --------- 10 I" I. 30 le .iO ir'. Tfaet.Ho.t, 'A.0, -______. '1.1..Tt '. I

; .1110. ___._______ .1' III $2. 111 Southern Colon- lots 11 to .I' Jao. blk 11. __.____._. .",' '. ,', ,\1',' .'. Colon, Lot II -----------.10: II 6 etl.elnR W .'11, "
-? : Isatfon Co ___ .10.1/ ,.'. ';j I..Uon Cn .: 1.11 Lotal(------------1--------, '10 I. te.. .now _..... 1..g <. d.
-
Lots I. t. '7,. I. 10. U. 12. bllr .1....___ ,..",' Bouthern Colo; Lot t. .--....e-ww--..---...,-------. 10 I. 30= arrt. ,:w __ .11'Atio ,
Ino Drlk a Aontb.rn Colon. ,' .. ;7 1" .__ IG i a "
1 .
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... h' , 3r.Non ('It .. I.U -- --------- -- : 1 -.tII. ,
i., r.-----' ., ', Isallon Co --....., 1.14 I Lot.,11 to U tne. .bile It __::_...:_.. Southern Colon.3I -- Lot 41 "' ....-.-..-----------e. !0 t0 1eearl.. :. .A,,",
.
/ ," Lot II II II ... sit
Colon-
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____ 80utbern 'c.uS' ''I.d\ ?r c < 1.61.ibnthern --"' ------ .o..j - "
bUt 1.---.__ -
Ino. ,
.. l : : :... Lot .II' Ili.'ili .= : II I' ,10, II
.' '. 'r" . baUon C. -- Lot. 1 to 11 Ine..btk..O.------- > ColonsI \ ___.____ A w L1. .'
1 .
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.
i" : Colon. _I.... 3rd .... B.bDl. "
c.
80uth..rn Co _. 1.11 mad x
Izstton
.___ _ ,
_.._ ; ir
I
blk __
.. \ l.aUon Co ____ 1.5: Lot. 11 to I. Ine. blk 10 ___...;?__ Aonth.re Colon.- .Ialon 0' all eao.pt NW" ot ?4W. fl fie 10 ,

. I ____________. 8.lUth..rn Colons c Co __ u. Leta 12 and 11 --.------?--.-------- 10 10 An..n. M 1P __ -
bUr __ .
," Lot. 1 to 10 Ine. I..tlon Co n__ 1.5:I Lot. 1 to 11 'no bile 11______________ Sonthern Colon.- _: .. --- I I '0 I 1(00.... I( __.__ 11.1. >

p f. Lob 1 to 10 Ino. bllr II _____________: Bouthern CO Colon.Ifatlon __ : 1.1:I Lot. 11 to II Ine. blk 11 ______________ .tlon Co rolon1 ----- 1.181Io"t".rn Anrl..l.I..on of-L.i-;all --.d-----Lv.-----CA--- hb-iN... . --- II JII ;t4 e'a

_____________ southern Colon.Ifatlon tsatlon Co 1.11Routh.rn Lot I ----------.------------------ --- II 10 ( Unknown _. .''r' d
Lots 1 to 10 fna bllr CO h.- 16Lot. ;I Lot. to 11 Ina blk II ______________ Colon--- rut It ;= II If: 10 I Unknown __jr _
---- ------ ,----------------- --
+ _____ Bouthrrn Colon- baUon Co 1.18 Tot I. -- .. _:------------------- -- II III 10 6 Unknown ._ M y
---
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___
1 to 10 Ine blk 'I u ________ -00- IJ I' 10 "I'I
Isatlon Co _. __ U''I Lots 1 to 11 Inc, blk II ______ Lot 1* 6 Patterson. R __ !
AD"th..rn rol9nIt --------------------------------
blk Sn Southern "olon- tsatlon ('0 __ 1.18 Lot.. nand 44 ______________________ 2t IS 10 10 Lynch. W P ..._. 1
Late 1 to 4 Irra and 10 I to 15 Inc. 1."lIon'o. ._ 15''8 tote to 18 Ina. blk II ______________ Southern Colon-n Lots 87 and 111 ____nh_ U. It 10 10 Jeff.ra. H B ._ ..Cll .

. I.ot. 16 to 10 inc blk _nu_________ Routh.rn tsetfnn fI'n:; : 1 8 4 Lot. 1 to 11 inc blk 14 _"u__________ South..n h..tlon Co Colon----- 1.'S 81..1.of I..all.. except aad lav.vision NEK. n.'of.11.Afll HW4--: 21 III -.10 7 }

______ __ Boutbern Colon.Isatlon lsatlon Cn . 1." Lot 122 ______________________________ U II 10 I Semlnole Land A ,
l..ot. I. to JO the bill: I ____ u ('n _ : I 3< Lots 14 to II Inc blk 14 ____________ Ro.rth.rn Coion I -'- Investment Co LOS 1 i .Clef

___________ Bouth.rn Colon.1tton lsatlon Co UI Lot 8t _______________________________ 21 28.0 B Unknown .. _.._ .'18 ,I
Late 1. to_II Inc blk 10 ___ Co _, ._ 2' Lots 1 to 12 Ina blk 25 ---------- Ro.rth.rn Colon.- r."t II _ __ ____________________________ 13 24 10 6 Unknown .... ._ J ylsf''I
Rundxulst E,4: hRllon Co __ 1.68 Lot 18 nu____________________________ 21 26 80 B McFadden. OT -fl ..
Lot 199' blk : -::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::Run.Ruirt 1 : :: : I Tote 14 to IS Inc. lens lots 15 and 18 u ..ot 40 n.---------u__________ 23 2S.0 6 Unknown _. __.. '1 a
Lot 20 i. blk I.Ik 25 u__.___ _n_-______n_______ AO\1thprn Cnlon2 T.ol 41 __________________________ 21 24 80 I Unknown __ ___ .7s
Lots 1 And" 3 to 15 Inc. and 1. to 10 Inc__ AmHh.rn (' 1' n- Ix.lloe' Cn ___ 1.9R 1..ota 53 and AOjntm n______________________ 21 26 10 10 Oo<>drlch. C -.._ 1,111
____
blk 11 ___. _. .. _________ :_ Isntlon Co: __ 3 I T.ota 1 to 13 inc. blka2p __.nnn___ Routhern: : Colons : 56 and 74 ____nn_____.._______ 23 24 80 10 Unknown _. ._ 1.111
Rnuth.rn Colons hAlion Co I.H Lot R. _.._.___ __ _____________________ 21tt 24 10 6 Faubert A L __ .'1
I..ot. 1 to IS !nc. blk 11 ---------00--- ,Isntlon Cn : 1 P I.ot. 16 to 26 Inc. less lot 21. blk 26____ Ro.th-rn rolon.---- Lot 104 ____________________._________ 26 10. 5 TTnknown _. .___ .'11

__ fnnthprn! ColonIfallnn hAlion Co :. 1.37 Lot lAG _______________________________ 21 20 10 5 Corner W N .T.
lots 11 to II me. blk 11 __._____n_ ('0 .P 1 0 9 LoU 1 to It Inc. blk Z7 u______________ 80uth..rn Colon.-- Tot 119 .. _ ______ II 26 10 I Marr. C H _._- 71 ,

lots 1 to 9 Inc. blk 13 ____00 __________ Roulh.rn Isntton: rI'.n: : 1 6Lr 3 tote 18 20. 25. !8. Mil: 27 ___n_______ h"tton, r"CpIonsI _n_ 1 84Brnthern ttemt"nle of Land;all __aadvlnlon n____;._;._._:T.___'_.__A.b-DI-_.______ It 2 A 80 ,

ColonIzntlen _ 1.n7 Lot US __ _. ___ 14 IR 10 5 Ooodrloh. C ____ .71
CO _,
Iot. 1 to 10 In. blk 11-______ __:____ ROI : Co _ : 1.4 T.ot 23. blk 27 ______--_____:______- __ Isetlon ..61Rnuth.rn lot: tl o __u____.______--n------------n--____________________ It 26 10 II. Ford. L A _____ .'11

___ Aouthrrn ColonIzatlnn 1 to S Inc. blk 28 __.nn_____ Nelann. A Lot f 110 ..-_ ___-__ -- -__- 2/ 2. 80 6 Unknown ...... ..78Hepler
blk'16 ___ __ Lots Colon-l
Lola 1 to 10 Inc. nn Co __ I.0 1.22p I"i.d t.v.. C.'. ab-ni..

4..'.''. I.ots 1 to 10 Inc blk IS 00 ____________ Roulh.rn Co CoionIsntlon . _-_ 23 tote 1 to 7 Inc blk 29 ___n_____ Routhern Isetlon:' Cn Colon.I 1.22D vlnlon 17 __of___all______nn.nnn__________________________ 25 26 III 26 10Lot 10 II J H --- ,7SChamblna.

Rnuth.rn; rI'.n 1 to 11 Ina blk 30 _________,!f__ lI..tlon r" Tot 211 n_ __________________________._ 25 '26 SO I A __ .j$ Slot
Lots 1 to 10 Inc blk 17 -------------': lotion : : I a lots Southern ColonLot. 184 S4 .._r_n.n._______________ 25 26 80 8 r>oop. c vr ____ .78 ,

: Southern 1 to 14 Inc. blk 11 _________ __._ Ifntfnn Co -- Lo 88 ..__ nnnnn--n- 25 26 10 II Padirett; B ... 3
__
Late 1 to II Inc. blk 18 ___unn __ ,lzatinn: fIo.n: : 13 7 Routhern Colon-' 1.84 tot RS, _.__ ____ ________________________ 25 26 10 5 Cum nine, J P.. .78

__ Routhern ColonIsntlon 1 to 14 Inc. bill: II ___n_________ Rotr l : Cn Colon.- Lot 77 ________________________________ 25 26 Iff II Valkman. L _-._ .78
Lots 1 to I fna blk 11 __ _________ : : 1 3. Lots III 26 10 8
CQ __ 1.14Bouth..rn lot 10S .__ ___ __.__ ________ Vreoland. B! ____ .78
Aouthern rlolnn. 1 to 14 inc blk IS ______________ h..tlon Cn u lot 108 _nn ______________________ 15 211 10 II Potter. C S ___ .,.
Lots 1 to 7 Inc blk II _--_____________,- laetfon Co .--- 1 3 7 Lot. Co CnlonLot. 1.8 fore 120 and III ----nu11.1..1. ___- 25 II 10 10 Weber. B H ____ 1.01 '

1 to 14 Ina blk U ______________ Isntlon Colon-I -- i.aad aad lav. c.'. A.b-DI- '
1., 1I..t..I.. flouth..rn ('olon- 8outh.rn 1.8. vlalon of all __________________n____ 26 14 10
: .... ; I..ota 1 to 14 Inc. blk 1 ---------------- laAIIon C. nn 18/ 11.1..'. Lad ... 1.v.atweag ('.... Isetlon Co ---- Tot 4 --------------------------------- I' 14 to B Unknown _. .... .liS
I Aonth.rn ColonIAxton ub-Ivt"'nn' of N 8r4 an d Tot 10 ___n___________________________ II 24 tOft Unknow'A _____ .78
Lot. 1 to 10 Ino, and lot 11. blk un Co _: 1 S 8 16 10 .
1':1j, of AFJ\o and" NE" of NFf" of NW' Lot 11 ------__-------------- --------- .__. ..78Bulkier. .
. __ Rnulh.rn Colonisation And 8% of NE" of NW" and RKos Tent M ------------------------------- 16i. 10 I I --- .78 1 .
__ -
I,ot. 1 to 14 Inc blk I __________ n : Co __._ 111/ I( NW' .nd NE" of RW" and NW .''JY Lot. 70Lota __________________________ -____ i. ll llll I Medrea-or.. N fjj_ '7j -4. "'t
_______ ndentlde.. R --- .61 1 of NW\4."' fen bel{. NW cor run 8 Lots 71 and 7t ________________________ 10 Bpafford H K_ 1..t .I'' f'
lute 1 and I. blk 4 _______ blk __ Aouthern Colnn- .11( ft. ID U' ft N f78 ft. W 100 ftS lUll 86 and II ______n________________ 14 ll 10 Llnck A F-+ _,. l-Jt ...
4
Lot. t. 7. I and 10 to 11 Inc : n Isallon: Co ___ 1 a 1 Lot 1. ____ ___--_.------------------- I I' 11 I Unknown ______ ..UIII. Lot ..__ _ 14I f Alexander. It. T.> .TS
'to lots 11 .... Led- ad I..... Ve'1I 11..01- .Il;:.. ."i Vd'aVd; lave;;' -c-..*-!>.- m
LOIs 1. I and 4 11 Inc. and __ Routh..rn Colons vt"lon of EIj, of NJIJ' and RWs of vision of all ------_----------------- I? .11 ,130Tots ':;
____
_____________ .8 .
and 1bik 1 n ''a.tlon Co _.__ 1Reuthrrn of NW" and 8% of II and 41 II to -Y Z7T
----
NEI4 and ItPI4 ----------------- Unknown >!i.
.. Colonlsatlon of NW" and 854 ____________ 7 II 11 Lot.1, _n____ _____-__________n__::: IT II 10 6 .. 8 .78 "';
..... Lots 1 to 11 Ina blk 6 _n____________ : Co _.__ 1 6R Lot BWI4 11" ____.___ ____________________ 7 I. It I 1I..a"an. 1'J :t____ :.T Lot. 62-and .11 !----------------------- IT 14 10 10 Nelaon. C W ___ 1'0. \.t

____ RO Colonlsntlaq Lot .1 -________ ____________ __________ T 231 J Roark. F .1' Tot M __________._.,______n____ IT 14 10 1 Unknown. ._ .... ..78Cooler. ,
Lute 1 to 6 Inc blk T, __________un _: 1.1 Lot SI ________________________________ T ,I 11 Ii N..c1ham.. F C-- ..r Lot 111 -_ __- ::::::: IT 14 SO I AD, __ ..ISSO .N.'
Colon- I Unknown ..1ne.l..l. led ;;. Baa-DI- Ir
80uthPr 101 -- ---- T 11 -- ---- 6..1..10 mm* lav. Ca'a ?y
I.0 tit 0 4 I fna blk. --------------- t..llon. ( ro u__ 1 22 tot ;-E..d- .d- -1.v.-C..;. 6.bDI16 : vlslon of all _.___.___un__________ II II 18

Colony of all e"cept" N% of NW" 11 II 11 Lots I. 14. U. SO.i __________n____-_ II 10 Reed. S R ___. I.'.
__
I..ot. 1 to 11 Inc blk I --__________-- 8ol tentlnn Cn ___- !. Lot vl.lon 4 _________________________:___ 11 I 11 II 1"temlater. L 1 -- ..TT lot ______--_____._________--___::: 1'I $28 10 I Unknown -- --- ..78f
'
.y 80uthprn ('olon1 Lot II _u_____________ ._____________ 11 .A It I Rlra. n L ___n_ .6 Lot .i _________._______n_______._____ 18 10 Cummins.. J p_ .7*
r I.0. 1 to It I Ina blk 10 --------------- la.llon ('" n__ I iD Lot U ___________._____..____________ 11 ,. II I tTn"nown __ __ ..Ia T'r t..t 97' ------------------ ----------.-- I' I' 10 S Stone. P F ___. ..78K
;f blk It Routhlotie Colen.f Lot III ______ _____________n___________ 18 I' 11 I Unknown. ____ -- .eII T r. 'Lot 101 ----.------------__----------- JI II 10 Rllerd. Wm _._. .Tt '
.
) :f.: Lab 1 and I to 11 Ine I ICs lot ? I.t Lot I' ___:__ _______________ ______ 11 24 I I".c1I.tr. P __.-- .A' tot 111 -- IS 1..0 i Unknown __ .... .,
. .;\ _____ TIsvI.! E __:::: Tot I' ___ _______________________ lR f. It I W"lhar. A __h_ .81 i IJ.. .. -n---------.i---- C..;. A.4DI- r
___
,....:' iIi... l..ot'. hili: 11 __ nu___ 11 __ rolon Tot 80 ___.n._ __________--____- ______ 11 It I Unknown :.1 rls/on of ;'ltt : E% and 8W" of
... ,, ''Jf' Lota 1 01s Inc,lee. lot 5.'blk n 8o1nt.ahtern; Co ____ 1..II Lot 93 ___-_-___________--_____--_-______ 11 f. It I OroV". If oj:1'r NEK and NWt4 --n------------ It II 10 .
cy .r ____ Routhern' rl: "- Lot 96 ____________:.______,____________ 11 11 A Anl.t. II ____u_ .1'r T..ota 5. 9. 14 and III _----------- : !9I/ U 10 ;0 Beacher.DA H.W.__ .1.x1 q
Lot. 1 to 11 Ino. blk 11 --______-- Ifnllon: .___ U lit __ ______________--____--__ 18 It It I Vnknown __ ____ .1' T..ota II anot ::::: II 10 0 arbor. __ itlu
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_____ 8onihern t:I onIflflog : tub 11.n And 111- ______----___-6ewlad. _____ 11 U It It Vnknewn< -- u__ 1.!/ ..- . ..11.------ Lot. 1 to 11 Ino. blk 11 _______n ,' U / IrwA ud I..... C.'. 11..01- 'I.lon of all except E" of NEit:' and .
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-- Tot 141 _____________________n___ II I' ---- It and U --.--------------------- Hosteller. lot
FI..h.rn Cnlonlfalfen 11 ,. It I Jla,... H 0 -- .71 t ... II and II n U 10 10 Williams, L _
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Tra.k. w-r; ---- It Lot 1111 _____________________________ 14 10. It I lI.d..r. K M ,.7It I Lot. III and .0 ___.___.________z.__ 'II' I' I' 10 1.i: .
Lots.ll and 11. blk IT _.-------------- Waal1enk'-: ____ Lot 11' _.__.,________ ________________ 1. It I Jla..... C W___ .TI.,. I Ie Irm1 ad I... C.'. 11I..01- '
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,. Lots 1 to It Ina ilk 11 --:------------ la.Uon Co ____ 1.1 4 _1..le ir.d ... I.v. e.. 11..01.Iaton Lot II __________ :: ii1 30 I AOdentit" ....: .".T' ,
.. ; ... Oft all except SW" of NEi4II -----u---.r-- Co'a 11..01r I.
: ,ti. Lota 11 to II fao,:blk II -.__________ Bouthrrn cofonBoutbern : 1.1 and W54 of SEI4'and 8E" of W"-- II I' /1rLx.bfrJ. .'- "IV" '" 'x71/f --::: :: of ill eeeDt' SE14 of NW'4_- 36 1t o '.} ._ "' _,

:* ,. : Colons Lot 1 _.______ ________._._____--_ III .i' ... ... 1 11 It and II -- -.--.-- li !1 t0O Henck, 0'-: ::-rt.u:
1/ _____._____.._____ __ III II' Unknown j Lot 7f == !Oto I .
I' Leta 1 to I' balblk --.--------- laatlon Co ..___ 1.1 4 Lot I. __._ ? I 0 I. .S ,7 j -: -- --- II t1B : '
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.... C.'. BakDI.ytelon Lot. 5. 1 18. 19. 10, blk IU _______ OoOd lch. C ._ : .._......r.. Sub-Div..1 BIlE H ... "

...I..le'cf I...Ii.:V.* .mmm...."______"_..'...... 17 SO Lot 8, 8,1k 181 __._._--__-____--__.___ Wall...... L M n __ U'U Lots 1 and I .._01 __ Roberson. 3 I1.. .3.08 8.08 .tt"t-.:
_.._.,._ -. ._.._._.._ II 27 SOIT 5 Unknown.. ..-- .71 Lot 6 blk 184 ..-,-----.----- .Rlce', JJ 1.------- 2.7$ Lot 4 -------tnua, ---- '*t
Lot d .._......- - R Lol. .and 20, bik 181 _ "._.......r.. /.k-Dlv..f01k Q '1:' '
O. _.__. ; 80 Unknown'..,., .78 I9 ____...._.. Corb..tt T F. __ 8.20, rlot :
Cot Q ___+_ .. 9 : Lola and t.Ik Rivers. Luvy ._. 3.8813eg
'. f--------------- aT'80 6 unknown _. : :.73 183 -"-.- --..______ Hoop..1D ___ ._ --------------------------I-- "l
Lot HO ... Lol. I' and 14. blk 111 : 4'U '
lud"od"bv.;; ; Cols B.k-DI- -------- Unknown .
., ______.____ 10 1111. I Lots 1 to 12.100. blk 111-e--...;.-"---,.- Bemlnole Fagd A ft.: ,N e0 ft, iJsroCtOI"J'I.101. /0 1t --_--_---- Davla 8'r. ------ 4.86 .tAU
vision. of all' .nb-ie:::::::__________ JO 27' 10III tonally. A B ___ l.s" Inv. Co. IUI except ,8 JIll 1D J8 It of blk ]1fV L Unknown __ ____ 1.811 'j;r
Lota 1. '. JO 7 80 6 Peck N D ... 71'Lot' Lot 17. blk 1.7 .. .. _______ N 40 ft ot blk X L "Bus. 80 __u___ 1.14
_____ --- ------- ----- Coddlnc. Ii W ... 1.3 -------------------- .
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+ tot B .._.....__..... -::- Loll.. blk 191 .. Walsh A, ( ........ ......01_.. ..
e _________----_---_ __ JO IT SO 6 Unk"owt7.. "--------, ---_ ____+. Conger W ____ 1.3R eBl.et. i
.' -? JO IT SOIT 10 C .--.. l'OJ'Lot'iS j Lot 10. blk 198.---------_._'__;.____ R (]' 98 E L ... I ..
.... I I Ift .and 1} _.--------------------" 5 Tuttle AC. .T! .Lotsl and 191 I Lolran. --- Lot 10 _____ .__________ ; 1.01
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Lot.---------i sad ....ls.--f)1. I,Lol. 10 and U. bik 202 -------------- S..mlnCll.. Land k All blocks BI and 01 _____.__________ !tender. Mrs G B 23.71 1'
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UM4. ________________________ 11 17 10 Inv. Co. _____ 1.61 B"I 110 ft.S of NID eer, 01 blk C3 runS "
fa 1:" L.vl.1 .. of aB .____________________ II 11 80 6 Conner, J F .._ .72 Lot 1bik 101 ---------------------- And..r'y. P .: : 110 ft.V 19 it N 10 ft. m 99 ft____ I Orren. A __ ____ 1.7' 'IB..rti ,
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'. ____ __ 11 IT 10 5 Embrey, J W1'1' Lot 7'. blk 104 _________ --- ::1 NE cor lot run B IOu It 7 1.4 '
Lot -- -________________ u --------------- Wears A M__.. 16 IAi
1011 __ ... (.'P ..bDSvlaton Lot I. blk 1011 ____n__________________ D__ I '11ft
1 .../_.. 1..d ._._. _.____ ___! :________ 12 17 10 I'Lot I'; blk 201 -------_______________ Conn.lly.An.r.w.. CA D __ ..32 1 U 1:___:_________ :____:?___!_ Bass. Q 3 ______ 11.81

of all __ _n_______-____________ IT 110 B Boater. M B! .__. .7. : Lot 15. blk UO _____un_______":___" A ___._ Adderk.ld'. $...-...$ .f BIIE I $
Lot JO ____________ 13 1.114''Lot 16 blk 110 T13 l'oi ____ __ ____ 3 II __ /." t.B t.
4 ____________________ IT 1111 6 na., Tie 00---- --------- ------------ l1ak Lot 9 ___ __ .._ __ u Wood"l1. '. .
. t Lot t III 11 __________________00_______________________ JI II IT n 80 110'' 6 5 (Conger"olver.'T. W J A.-_..- .71 78' 'Lot Lot 24.14. blk blk 117 215 -------,------________ Hakn.. .. MK.n-- 1,31 % of olS S% ot oflol..ndSWloIWWlol lot 1. blk 111 __ __.___ .=:.-' Unknown __ _n_ 1.j8. ..::-,
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______..!__________________ 11 11 II 6 Unknown -- -. .1'8 Inv. Co 292 ; Unknown
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t U ____ n ___ n I! 6 Sullivan B A __ .'1'1' Lot 21. blk 211 III K..rt Bua' .B.e.dAddltl... r j
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'. Lot II ____._________________ _______ 12 n II 6. H..rndon. J L B._ .73 Lot 22. blk UO __-----____ -_________ Waltera. L--M---- \1'115 Lot I __ __________ _r--------------- Rob..rRon. Fred 1.11
Lot t1 __--_____--_ 12 21 110 R Unknown .. ..... .'1'1' 'Lot 9. blk 121 Ja. -- 1.61 Lol. 8 and 4 ______________oo __________ Jackaon AV __ 8.02 i rj
f ...l, _' ________h-______________ 12 IT 80 10 Connally, A D-- 1.01 Lot 10. blk.22si----' Hawkln.1111.. H.W-----_ J'1I4 Lot 1 and lot 4. I.... N U fL ____._____ \ Calvert. H ___u_ '.IS.4IfI ,

tt I-o. c.'.'s 11..01- 1 Lola II ,and U. bJk J21t h____________ Huddle.t..'. .1 B_ 1'\11 t-...
iM-- ...1.... L... _sad__ _I.v._________________ 111 n 110 Lot I. blk n2 nn_._:._-_u_______ Gould. W P 1'01 Lots 41 and -41 ____
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.1..10.. 01 all n___________ _____ III' n 80 R Unknown ..73.78i' ,Let U. blk 281. for !1914 tax -----__.:: fit E: ,92 Lol. .4. 47 and 48
11 ______ ______ u li- :::: trot 16. blk 233 .._ __________ WpIAen u '
___________ _____ 18 n 110 6 Davis. L n _______ P E O..r. A
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Lot. U.aQd __ u '1'81' Lot 11. blk 138 _______ __ ---- ;92 Lot __ __ __ ___ J9.9'
_________ ____ 13 n 110 R Livermore AE ________ 3 R 3. blk A nnnn_ __ Unknown ,
t) j Lo t 177' ___ __. __ ______ _.__ :_ III 2'1'' 110 fi Retiring A u___ :'1'3' lot 9, blk 23T _________u_____________ Rawson A--- I'. .. Addlt.e r w.
b 'Lot & ____ ______---- 18 2'1'' 80 6 Da':'.... F S ... .'1'1'. Lot II blk 217 ________________________ A"hool..y..M N t) ___L.-_- J 'jis 8 lot I I. bibtw._____ __ ______ ., 8.14
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4.ot C. bD- __ 1.8$ W h.t. hlk 0 U.n ______ Unknown n 7.41
., .l- A..i- 111 lava.________________ 14 21 311 Lots 21 and iii bik 259 -------------_ ? Unknown .u 1"3 N 3 ft of W'4 blk It __________.__00 __ Frnnelt JJ: I. __ 1.81B.ft
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..1..lon 01 all _ _._ ___________ 14 IT 110 R Unknown -- _--- .'13' Lot 22. blk - -:::::::::::::: Woodard. fIA :: 2.00 J lot run R 94 ft E 73

Lot A __----_--__--_______ -- -_-_______._____ 14 27 1111 R Andrews C D__ .'1'8' Lot. blk 242 ___u____.._____:.________ a..mlnol.. Land A: :: N 4err. 73 k bik A __:_ OuernR"Y. .1 R __ 832Reg .
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Lot 411 __________________. _00_ ________ 14 IT 110 R )lona'hy.V L u .73 Lot 1. blk 2-_________ {"ha"... I. R----- --- 1'31 W 714' ft N J'l'6' ftls F72',., ft. 81"1'1' n --- Octy..r A Unu n.o' -- -..c.
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Lot .1 ___ _____-- .71 Lot 10. blk 243 ___________ 131 13. 100 ft 1V RE ror.
/ _____._____ "___ 14 n 30 6 IlopklR -, H 0000-- ----- Z! ____ 'fo' \Jt7rOfrl rh
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Lot 109 ____--- c....-D.vlalon Lola 12 and 12. blk 214 .______________ srmfminnH Land A: blkV, run N B 200 rt,
... .... Lad ad lava Timber L'n..e to I 6.T1 E: 71', ft __________nu_ ____ Royer. A un_ 10.7'B..jC.
of all except C.. ____ ______ ] 5. 21 EOA Lota 4. 6. 6an4, 7. blk IU ------_- --__ Sen''p Land---- -k 1&0 rt R of NE cot of bikV, run
n KII- Luber __ un H 27 110 Bailey E T5R -00- .'1'3' : Co 11115 fL W 100 ft. N 63% .t F 100 ft Royer A ._ -_ _n 14.118
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"Lot Iii ______u______ _.___n.--n-u--__ __ Iti 2'1'' 110 \Vll-.. J H ------7 1 Lot 16. blk 249 -------------__________ _-_- _-- b-DIy; of M.Ibew. Addlll...
f ._____ _____ 13-00 : : Lot 22. hlk 21i1 ______ Unknown u 0R Lots I blk _. __ ___ __
Lot 211 ____ :__-- --_ _-_-___ 115 n 30 6 Jeffries, Jl ,78 __--___--_ Penn T - --- and 8. B uu. Rusaa If If ___ I.U ifiiJ,
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.. ______ c..'a !I.h-UI- '" Lute 22 and 23. blk 263 -------------- J- 2 It M.hhelt'. 1I.h-nl. .1 M......... Add.Luta3 .
.......1..1.. 1..d .... L.v.Tlmh..r 1..a.... on Lot.' I and 2. blk 254 _____ _________ O'RII..y. _-_- - 200( and 6. blk B ____ __ _______ Kin" W II _ u 12 69 .:
1 vhIon, 01 all "c..pl 10 Klulra.eeyr '. Lot fi. blk 254 __ ______ ____________---_ 11nknow.I.tomlpau". {Uj1 10'1'' N'" A. Patrlek'a A..d.tl.. .. "

j,' .U except SE\4\ of SE\4_ \ ______________ 14 21 30 LUl" 21. 22. 23. 24. blk 254 __un_____ Fog __ 610 Lot 4. Falk A __hUU ___ Uanegnn A I __ 48 19S14 ,-it ..
'}o' .......r ('.. -__________00_ ____ _____ 16 n 30 II Nr.u1. A CUnknown _____: .'1'3' n. blk 257 __ _unnn_________ Pelrraon. H C -- .I'" lot I. hlk F -_____ _._------ _-- Rlml.80n, W J. 1.23 ,..
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14 Lot 11 ___ ____- ____ __ _nu______ n 110 I fi __ 00-- ..78.7S Lot -2( hlk 268 _u.n___________ hlrana -- .At! I.ot Falk P ___huUnu________ Ihel.. Jlllh.H -. 81.416 oj
;; I.tt 20 ___ ____. ___ __ ___ -- 10 n 110 fi Unknown n_ -- Lol 24. blf 258 -:__ __ __________________ "nn"'n I1R..kl.. if ---- :.82 N'45 21 sot 2. hlk Q ________ ____ _________ Shultz II (! .n 10.19 >t. I

': Lot fI4 uu----------------u--____________ _ 27 30 fi Rteele. R M uu. .73 Lute 2 And C. blk 269 nnu_________ C -- 1 SRyt \\' I..t 8. hlkV ____ ._____ Allpn, C Ii .u J'I'.16' b. .
;!I;Je. Lot 7Z ._ ___-______ __ ___ 10 27 30 5 Gould, W T nn ..78Sanders. ] 9. blk 260 __ -_--__ _.__--__-- "Tlnl..r. -----: 112 \\' lot 1. hlk Y ___-- ___ ___--_--____ \\'al"on. MIlt J __ 18.n
'w' Lot 1S1 _______.i ia.. l'&. Nab-in- Lot \I. blk 262 __-.__ uoo -- ------_ "nknown, J --- ---- !l2 1.01 1. blk 1 uuuuuu__<_ \'nn .1 W -- 1.86
.1..'; Lad Lol 10. blk 2.65 .1av..o" 9Y All blk 15 _ ____ ________ ,t.il
": '' __ __ __ __ ___________00 __ J'I' 27 80vlalon uu. -------- unknown -- ---- uuu (yon M r. 1
: 01 Et 1'1'' n 30 10 E V _u 1.61 Lot. 11 and n, blk 2RII nu_ 1\1 R 13" 1. 1) 17.15I'nulsou
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,><' .... ..... I.... ", .d 1ev. NW! '4 of Lot 19. blk 288 __hnuuu___________ Rumn.r., J F -- .92 .:. II. N'a/en' A"Aoa." Addltlea.Blke . It.

. / vl.lon of all fral'l'1 "c'pt____ __ _; II 26 31 Lot 20. I.lk 204' __0000 __________-__ eonn..r ." .92 9 and 141 _ nuhnuu___ Moody 11 1'ipkln.. 14.3' f
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:3 FlE\4\ and E\4\ of FIE'_ _.:_____ -___n_-_ 6 26 31 1" Bemlnole Land A Lot t II. blk 273 _u ____________________ S..mlnolp Land- & N'" C'. Ilan' 04..1. .
'Lot 494. __ __--______- InCo __.___ 1 17 (0. - 13 Lot 3 ____ __ __ ___ - __ ________ .u'hl. Ii _ _u_ 1.86 ;:
: ___ __ __ 8 26 31 ] 4 Honhnm E u__ .87. Lots 18 and 20. blk 274 Inv -- 231 F L. 1..I.y.. '''.UI... -'- tr;
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'Lot 170 ... 4. hlk 2'2 __ __ -----.w' J 13' Lot s.
t .b.. lane I.ud .-_ lay. and( . KR>4-U"- Lot !0, hlk 2H2 u____________ __________ -'mlth.' 1'------ 1 3Clu Lots R1 and; ;.2:: :::: :: : :: : ::: : :::::::: Lrlry':, E I. _:. 1.96 '
; vlalon of frnct'I I F.H 33 2R 30 Lot blk 2H3 : : 13R ... .

. BW'4 except Lake Front___ ____add____-_-__u__-_ 33 2fi SO 1"4 Unknown 7I Lot 20. hlk 2Hfi ---_uuu__ --------- .- 1'nk.w\\-.ao"l.' John- - - '.._ Lot, 10. t ;..II.12 I.J'ikA1.;: ._ ________ 1II".I1u..hlln.11I1I.fi .,.
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'" Lot IRI.u __ __ __ __ _ ___ ._ 33 26 30 1'.. Madlaon, C L,_-- 323 Lot !to hlk 2H6 __ _ uuun___ __ .. T -- 92I.l Lots 1 and. 2. ilk 2 _.n ___ _h_ ____ Unknown 1019 "
,'' .]....t 465 __ _______------(-'..'-.--" ..--UI- .. 1\ and 10. blk 2S7 __--_______ I-.or. --- 13' I.IN 8xnd 5. hlk 2 _ _ __ _ ._u __ Unknown. __ G.02 .
. ...1..'; t...d ..d 1ev. Lak Front Lot 21. hlk 2H7 "-_ "nknowl1 -. ------2- Lot R; .Ik 2 - - -_ -. -_ __ ___ - -_ Ilnknown H Lit .

vlalon of all fract except __ 34 26 80 L..I 17 blk 291 ----------00----------._ _ _.- -_--______ "nl-n .- -_- 92 Lot 7. .Ik 2 _. __. __ __ uu __ Smllh; It C __ __ 1'.41'
I. add. __ __ __ _88_ u_ 109. lens-- n u'hex-. Lol8 15 1 ; and lbik 2113 ________________ 1nknau...111111"10.. 1 ,. Land, fi ". 1':. n......... Rah-1)Ilrl.lo..1. NSS.. 41!
I Ixita 836. 337. ana N-westerly 111"n - 16RLot. RIr.4 of NJ.:1t IIf NW', _ __ _ 2S 28 2.
"1 't' .: NE cor. of lot 337. run R-ennKrlv 11 and IR. hlk 296 .. \I n- -- - 18. LoiN I and 2. hlk 2 __ _ _ _u __. u__ FAwartl.. TIf __ 196
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,1 } tO ft. H-westerly 160 ft. CvnrtasBve. Lot 16. hlk 296 ___ __ _---------T---- Gac nt I'"d'' > tnt In lot 8. hlk 2 _ _hu_ Rrrakrt. 1III ..87l"lIdlv

, ':. parallel with and Iftii N-.n"I..rly ft from ISO' ft Lot 1. hlk 299 _--_ _____ _______ t'uknatrn"ul11mlnll"-. "J P107( t{ 101. In. loc 3. hlk 2': _ ________ llurelay 1 I'; l I __ .81
) 60 ft. thence Lot 22. hlk 31,0 ('. ,. ( ........ ... I I'
NE cor of lot _____- -_ __________ A - t n' ddUI.
VJ. to beK. Kino lean befr at of land of F. Lot 22. hlk 3111 -- -unu_ __ ._ _ ______ Unk.nonn Lola 11 anr! 12. hlk A _ _ ____ __ __ Unknown! _. 2 GR ,}
i<\:\. S87. run E on E line Lot 7. hlk 3112 -- _ - ---_ _-_--__ __ C.nnall 1 D- 107 Lots 14 and 15. hlk ( _ L.alev. h L _ 148 .
,"""J< Chapman line. thence M lot I on toIWt111ne Lots 19 and 211. blk 3115 _________ 1".1"0", C R' .- 1 OeInt Lot, 3,, 4. 6. 11". 12 and II, hik, r ___ __ __ E L Lesley __ 1'.13' t
flf.oI. ation of S of an thence In J I, 2C. Falk 305 __ 11 F P-- 17( 4. II. n.c'.r'. "......... ::1
' ", of land of F. P. Wentworth said line to Lot 24. blk 3116 ._ --- ----- -_ -- --- _ __ 'yalt 1 -- 1 07Lutx R"1f NJo .or of hlk 2, run.H 1110 ft. W 'fl 1

' ". a northerly direction_ __on_______ ____ J26 30 14 Blokes, A J" _n_ 765 3 and C, hlk 3117 _____hh__-____ f'hAm.a'l. 1 ARlot. 100 n. N 100 ft. F 1110 ft_ __. _____ Drllrltpr, \I 1i 11.88Kls.l..p .
'I* t ______ _____ 5 and 6. Iolk.3,1, -1 RR Ilel.b4...
i ber. ..'. ."-1)1k" _____._ 110(1.t F .
:"t ..ad.*.. l..mm mmm ..>... c.except Lake Lot,; 7 nod H. blk 307 huhn___0000______ )1IIann! (' j.--- 168 1..01" 9Z and 93 __ ___- ___ __. ___ _ _ ___ Hnl1ldn W CI u I.ZI1 .> <:,

vlslon of fract'l E__4__, ____________ 26 80 lot J6. blk 3118 -- ____ _____-_ N.L0n. 1\ _-_:: .12 A E Inn gan'a ..':';d'IRI O'.f/t: W'4 ( fgF'4 ,{,,;
! ...' Front add _-____-- __-_-____.________ 1 26 80 2% Bemlnole Land A Iota 15 end I d Falk 309 ___u:________ rnk 139 of SF.'Q / of
... Lots lit and 114 ?00 Inv. Co. -00--- 1 5b 1.01" 4 and 6. llk Ito nownA-S---- 7.'I R RFS4 of FIE'. _____ ____ 11 U It artJlr
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l "Lot:: 200 ____________"'9'1_ 26 30 2 % Founders P'E___ 1.29Semlnole Lot U: ilkk 311 ___:_-nnn=--hnunh------___________ !! !: 'nT' ". And-- Lot 10. .Ik 9 ___ ___ nnuu____ HaIPy Mre l.ol I'!: ..,_'wf(!
< t. XRi and 287 ;--__- -'-. -11..01--- Tttrnrr N t' -: ::_::=__ 1 2E 1'.pl.th4 ........ '
,.t h.I-I. Lad aavUlon .... r. Lot 10. blk SIR J' .832 EH of NE'4 of":W44 of NW<4 28 2i 19 6 Myera. Mia A W 11 18
: of W% ___ ______________ 3 211 30 3 Land A 1.0122: blk 316 _::::-::: n---------1 Nrbll --.---- :.832. Heir SK cor of !nof NW nun run N '

t. jstlll ?______nuoo _________ 8 26 80 Vi' 1nV.CO.nu_ 117 Lot 3. blk 317 --00---------00---- -----. linknnwn Oulpl. H -----.--- q. CSO ft. W 420 ft. 8 630 ft, K ho ft____ 28 25 29 8 Hurt M II rat __ 6.18 A...." "J
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I U 80 Taylor. O W 2 R4 - -- J..tT..rl.' .. H,11 -- ;.:: I
,of'' 141 ",. 111. 142. and 147 ------ Alec---- Lot 22 blk 318 __-_____ L .c'2 Lota I. S, II and .7 u ___ nu u__ h_____ Miller. J W n 00 fiI
t _____________________ 2 2t 20 inlvlen.T E -- 1.28 I I', Lot R, blk 820 hUhUh-__ __________ Tnngeh1'__ -u- .91 Lots to, 11, 14 and 16 _._______ ___ nn Miller J '\\', un I II ..'.'" I/.:
: 1.,, 180 and 136 ___ ____ ______ 6i ---- Lot == -- -- linknnwn -- __ ________ _ :-o
I "'fit. -____ n fates, H B 07Kurhetgel 14. blk 320( .832 Lots 18 and 19 ___ _______ .. Miller J W u_ 19! .. ..1.
414 ______________________u________ 3 I 26 Ie 80 10 J nn P-- .87 Iota 17 and it.li2 --hh-----n-nnnh___ 1nkn"wn N-edham ---C" ---- 1.80 Lot 28 --____ --:.___ ----__--_ __-- _______ -- Miller, J W __ . 3." j.I 'J

xk 606 ____ __ __ Lots I and 2, blk 322 ________ __ __ ]..8RLot cairhrfst II.....* ......111... I .
t '' .. J..le Lad-- a.di... a ".....01- 16, blk 824 nOOn__ _n_ __ ________.. 1nkn".n ---- '1- Lo 26 ____ nnhuu_________ Miller. J W _ 87 1., '
rnknown
"t E<4 of NWtt, andexcept Lot 2. blk 32R __n_ __ __ ___ -------2__ ____ ,1.01.41 and 48 _-_ _unnuu______ Miller. J W __ I Z. ..
'_ vlilon of NE"" and R R Bt of way t 26 30 Lot Tfi. blk 8.2R ---__ "__ 'Tnknown. C _____ ..2 Iota 4*. 49 61'an..111 _______________ Miller J WSilas. __ _
r' W H of SK\%. _________ ___ 26 80 218 Bemlnole Land ft Lot 11'blk 326 ______-- ----__-_-__-_-___-_-_ --huller. A I..nd Lots 63, 6t and '62 ____ ____ _____ __ Alex .h__ 402 t'
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: LoU ISB and S4I u Inv. Co. --::: .n 1 I Lots 69. 60 and 61 hun__ ___________ Miller. J W ____ 1.70Cllckr.t's ..
ilC Co.
b _______ 4 26 80 1'4 \ M Lot. R and 6. blk ISO .nv. .. ------ Third ........tI... :
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Lot I ________________ __u_ ___ C 26 30 1 Unknown - ---- ..78Orlffln. Lots 10, 11 and 13. blk 330-nn------__ ____ Keflra: M ----: 1,88 Lots 1. 4 and S. blk 1 _nnnn_____ Player. E: _ u_ 1.70 r11 tl
IAt I' ______ gab-IHv.b..f -s9 11 4$0 III' Lot. 13 and 14. blk 813 H E --- 1 Lota 1 and \I. blk I __________________ Miller J W hU 1.21 ...'
I N 1 ---------------- '''YRti ---- '31 31R
. \ T.\V. ::: 00 Lots 1. E. 1 w..t KlMlaaaae.. '
ll. and-4. blk 336 ___ __ fit H ____ / .
1 69
Lota I blk D ---- Lesley.. EL--- Lot blk 837' Reed. n Lot. 6 hnd blk 1 ____ ____ 7' Unknown _. ____
{ J DLot __________ _____ 1.07 7. --_____ _ __ "known __ .'2 II. ----- 1.41 Y-
Lota 7 and 8 blk ____r_ Unknown -- 00-- Lot 7 blk 839 _--__-__---__ _'_ __ -- 00 9T Lot 4 blk 16 b-----------------:-___-_ I S Dunn M M 00 __ 8'1'' t.
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;, 14.. blk __ Lot 1'0 blk S39 --- # Unknown -H--- -- Lots 1 and 2. _______ 4 Brown. Morgan.Zachary 4.GI ...
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': !'. W. r yp'a- 3.b-Dld.l.-.1 L* s J1 21 80 Lot 10.: blk S4S __:------n-----------:_-_ HPpir 3 M---- .t1 I.. H!.a view. L''v,
-may :* S. aatsl 43 Walter L M -- LOT Lots IS and IS. blk ii--------n----- Kln..le. E -- 1.183 Lots 11 and It ___._________ B C -. 1.11' ;Z,
Lot 1,. blk H-_________-_____________. Lot. 11. 16 and 16, blk iii---d----- $pener. 3 C ---- '' pk kM. !II'

_' ... Vlmmm.tots Bison, J R -,-- I.n Lake I'...t Ammltlmm t. -St. (:l..d: Donb.rm. ---- 1t1Walker. IIHUM. ,.--- -.
land 4 'blk 1 ,--.,.--------- --- "- J-------------- ., D B .... Lot 7. < 871' .---- __ Unknown ,_ --- .U : Lot $3'n.:_T._._....-..: -- M .-. ..._ u:
Lots ...10 bllr. 1 ____..__..__..__.._ Belter, H L l'07 Lot 8. tIt 171 ,-,..:.-"--:.-.--..---- ---. 1 Rolh. 1" _"_M_: .1.4' Lot. IT and IS ...-.,....,_...__._..._ Rolfa T IB eat.. '.1'
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h. I 18 .-_--- I* Johnson K ViI--. 107 Lot 4. blk 371 .......-.....-------.-,-..-, linknown- -- .... Lot 14 ._.............................._ Bhupa. M H .... .01 .
JLo !1. bikb1tC 1 .__...---.----....----......- )W.." nrury, .t' F 1.07 Lot J. blk 177 ........,.____-__.--_.-_-_-,.P_.. 8emlnole Land A Lot 84 _.-_*... ....................... :" t" ,;,. Freeman. If W.. !.III
1. bIle 4,-.__...._..._ __. __.__. .. tgr,.>;rs;' .k&...;"" .. Berkwlth.. J ) FHollenbeck. 1.07 .. '111... Co. ----.- tail Lot si ___-. n _____.."__._ ulfiS.tt. McCaakey. O ... 6E.roL. -;,
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- :::::, sraMy-\ '< y. WI" J F. 1.07: Lot 4. hlk 178 -&.- :: !.1 ,> Unkno..n ---- .... Lob 111, 114,Zl6.: :-_.----_-._..:j HJ { ,In;, :;r; 1' -. Beeler, W u _-- .. ,. '
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.Lot hblk4 1.:::: : ---- Hoyt A 1.31 Lot 2'"Ik 418B ---_______:::_________ ,- S..mlnol. Land 4 .. '
L '' IS XO. !1- blk 1 -------- ------ Reed: F L :=: 1.31 Inv. Co. ---- .... All blk Unknown _:. __ .. I !t
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7. blk 4 .___nun Unknown Blevar !-.(.. Lots 18 Clark. B BHansell. 4.81 ; .
;4'I I Lot 24 blk 7' ___--________ ___ Johnson J R -- 2.118 Lot 66 _________ lTrter. L M un 803 Lot 9, blk D -: Ass -.- n '
Lot 2Llk 4Kxrta __ _________ Bemlnole Land A M.F7.I.-h-----n------ Llarola i.t----------- .1'

iota Hand 7-and' 8, blk 11 __------nun- Inv. Co. 3.8R Lots 12 and 14 blk I ____ ______ R mllh. FI 0 __u_ .'1'8' Lots 1. 2. S and 8. blk A _uu__ ______ UnknownUnknown __ _u_ J.58 (1
RhutvrFM 41 17 Lot 8. blk 3 __ hn Miller. 0 ________ 68 Lots 21 and, 24. blk C _uoooonnn_ nu I.Ot '

1 4 and 1", blk ISLot -------- -------- H .h.J .81 Lot 6. bill, 6 __ _::::::::::::_-u--n----__ __ F.vanlO. II _____00 .a 68 Lots 9 and 10 blk J) u.un____ Unknown _uu 101 ;:

1yt Lola blk 14 _--________--________ Audrls. F 3 hR Lot 2. blk 7 __ __ _____ __ _ un M __-___ Lot Id. blk O _ ___ __ 000000_ Unknown ._n_ 1.01 "
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4'9' 11. 16 -_--__ _____--____________ Oowell. J n 231 Lot J. hlk 13 __ __ _ unn HillIa .. U _-__ 59 4>rtha A. lloyre "' .b-I>l I..I.I.l of-
( Lot R, blk 18 __00_ _____________________ Lvnch.: W P -- 2 (10 Lola 2. 10. 12 and Ir.. blk 14-- -_ HaV.m. A __nu 101 RE',4 ___ ___ noonuuu _:____u 2 SS (I""
Lot /. blk blk 14 ____ -___ ______--_______ Rernlnole Land & Lots 4 ont! 5, Ilk 14 ,. -_ -__"_ 1'lk. H Ii ___u_ .'1'1' I.IIJ 3. 4 and R n ___ __ _ _ un.n_ 2 26 29 15 Flara. T _00_ _ I II .;

lot 14 13., blk 18 __ ____ ____ ______ Inv Co ___on 1 9"> Lot 13. l.lk 14 h.. _ _ _--_ --_ __ Mt,,11..1'. 0 __nu 69 .
tot Sinclair W 1 SI Lot 14. blk 14'u Hrh, 0 _J _ __ .5

________ ____--_________ Unknown -- 1 07 LoiN 2. 4. 6. X. II Mild 12.,I.Ik 15------ Havn. ". .\ ___ _ I Z" C. L. BANDY Tax Collector
'Lot a. blk II 24 __ _ _ __-_-_______- __ ___ ".....h..r. A W .. 298'LoU Lot 3. blk IK _ _: _ __ HR\'n..... A __-u_ ,
Lot 1. blk blk 24 ___________ Unknown __ 107 Lots 15 Mild If Mk 1H _h - n F'rn..1. F __ UH .13

'0 F 1A6.blk 16 14 17.__18.__ __- ___-__u________ llnmh.' J 10'Lot lot r. Ilk 19 - _ _ _00- --: .H--U----_ HRrrl". .4 "u _ .r.. Osceola County, Florida 't
Lot __ ___ u-'________ H mh.R A 107Lot \Lot 2. 1,1k 2T hH.n "' pr. n 1 _ __ 583 .
28 blk 24_ \VnlKh. R 1 P7"Lot Lot 12. hlk 22 : :: :::: :-h-uhn-_____ __ ...tAllo';,.. l' FI -- .0- '1
14. blk 14 _:::: -e_ __ _::::::::::--_ Unknow __ 1 (l7 Lot 16 Ilk 22 u_ - .. h Unknown 00 __ __ .St

:: ]8. blk 27 . __ _-__________n- Smith. J A 1117'Lot Lot 7. Mk 2'l __ : . -----u-----_ _ Haynr,. A ______ ..fi9I t
Lot 30. hlk 29 27 for 1914' tax --_______.-. lioeler, M C 1 (R'I! Lotx 8. 10(I and 11.- Ilk 32 -__hnuu_ Hayne... A _n_ _ .R1 NOTICE -
8 blk ______ __ Newell. A C 1.7 Iota I. r HHn ..7
30 __ ---00--- Rlld l 7, blk 33 : HR\'n..1\ nn
k blk __ .
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?l Lots and __ ________ ________ t TCInon. J R - 107 Lot 1 I. blk 36 _._ u.uh f Or'"orv; R"A 00 "
Lot 1.. blk 80 HU_ _ __ .___ _______. Mvera. J F 1.HI! Lot 6. l.lk 37 fig
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Lot 17. blk and 30 17', blk 31 -__"; ____00 ____ \\'llonV: L 1 07 Lot B, :blk 48'F: ____ ____::::::==:: : : :::: j; Notice la hercbv given that the following denrrll.ed land or ao much

Lots 16 83 __ __ __ ______ __.______ WlllR.. CA 231 Lot S, lilk 60 n on, A thereof ua will lie neceacary to pay th. amount due for Hppclal ralnaKe ,
?2 Lot 1, blk and 14. blk H 37' ______nn__, ___ PnkanllnywnA V T KS Lots 3. 4, G. 10, 13.. 14. -16 blk-R8--- HR"n. A _n__ 1.43 la"'a levied under the provisions of Chapter 64B6. FI ...lon low of 1911.
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Lots blk 38 -- -- 2 93 lots I 1. 2, 3. 6. 6. 7 11. blk ---- Hayn. A _n__ 1.43 herein set opposite to the same together with the coat of' such Hale and advertlalnir. -
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Lots 9 to 16.8.Inc.blk 43 _-------------- t Burdpall.. (" H __ 12 42. LoCH 2. 4, 0. 7. 8. Ii12 13. 15. blk -- Ha'n" A _____ 1.70 will be sold. at Public Auction on the Seventh day of August r
60.
i Lots 7 and Merrill. P 3 SR Lot ... __ front of the Court Hour door .
16 blk 48 __u-nu-u--- ) 1 blk 60 lIa'n. A u 59 A 11 1116. In al Klaalmmee. County of Oaceola:
1-' .' Lots It and 6 blk RO ____ ___-__n____ Melnker J -- 2 on Lot I... blk 6-----------------------: : _______ Whllll..r. ...1 _n and Klate of Florida; said special drainage 'lax aaseaement for the year t\
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Lot 14, blk 61 :::::::: ___ 6 in n ____ __. __ fi" -
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4. blk 62 :::::: Hodden. O LotS, blk 64 -_ _ _____ ___ Mauk. F ___n a
r Lot. S and blk Mennert. BEFlnrence. -- 1 R!9 tot 12. hIlt 86-- _:_-_- - _.n K..pl.r. ]If ___on fi" ,

'. Let. 18 and 24 24_,__ __62--------------- Marv_ 4 17 Iota I. 2. 4. 5. blk -68- - u _--_-__-_- Hnvnea. A __u._ 1..1 o rJ c

Fi Lot 6. blk --_ _ ____ _--_____--_ Anderaon V J _- 281; Lola 4 and 23. Mk 67 hu_ uu A .___._ .73 : ,.
j Lot 6. blk R4 hik RR _-_-_ _ __ _- Moon, A.F. _u__ 1 R'1 ants 2. 3 4. 5, 11. 20. 25------------------------.u, hlklii---u-; Unknee __ _u_ 143 DESCRIPTION OF LAND c 0.! .. OWNgn. 7a; ,
? Lots. 8 and 10 67 __ _____________ __ Tltna.V 107 Lot 17. blk 68 11".11..... I. __n_ .89 <= in 1> .. ", '"

' "Lots 6 and 6 K7tot blk_____ __ _ _________ ____ nolllnerer Ida -- 107 Lot 4. l hlk 72 __ _ linknon. h __ __ .fill 1:: J c t o ym
2' Lot 12. blk ___ 'r Unknown _-- -- 1.07 lot t. l.lk 72 __hUh__ _----n Rmllh. J F .__n S (
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17. __ ___ _ __ nn__ ____. Unknown _u_ 101Lot Lot 8. ilk $ _ Bawer. SA .
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Lot 18. blk __ _ ___ ______ _ ____ Unknown -- 1 80 Lota 9. 10, IC12:13b 80--h------- Haynr.A: ::::= '.14 All _______--____________--__----_____ 2 31 34 639 8oulhorn ('olon-
",-, 1. blk 69 42 __ -_ n__ _ .___________ (' ay comb. W ,V 1.19! lot A. hlk O __ ___:____ ---------- J'orl..r. N _____00 1'.41' zatton Co $

ir 1 Lot 1. bk 44 __ _--____ _________ _--_ Unknow 00- III! Lot 10. blk 0 __ : ------ Smtl A __nn .69 All _______--_--________--_________ 10":7 34 641 Southern ('olon-- -- jAil
? Lot 1R. blk -- ___________ Unknown __ n. Ion K l..l..ee------- -n- 1 : -
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lf' Lot 183. blk 64 46 ...u__________________ Pftda-ett./ Tt - 2 RZ Lots 3 and 4 W of Ky. blk 4' W R s. h I n R ton ________________________ _uu____ 12 37 34 641 Boutheru Colon--
; Lot 11.- hlkkll' ____ .-__ ____--__----__ I.lvermore. E ESemlnole 6 03R : ---- London __ ____ 1178 .
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Lot 1 '. 19, blk 74 _______ ________ Land AInv. Bsawell.. 1I..Oh.I.. ml 1'.yae A All _nuunun_ Un_ ]14 37 34 640 Bouthern (blon: 0Is.tMnCo

Lots 18 and blk 76 ________________ Co. .40Culllson. ...y..'. Ammltt.. __ tAll
Lot. m and 6, Lot 20, blk A -- --__--__ Johnson.: Pearl 8 80 nnm___________ _______00 113T 84 6CO Boulhern (blon: .

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*.]P.t.W.1eb.r'II to 14. Inc. of blk 77.' lot. Lot 3. blk Q -nuhunu-. ________ Anderson Molllc 9.16Blckerdyka All E. 01 River_____.__________ ________ It 17 34 580 Southern: Coto.i:
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1 1 blk 78' all blk 97 and H..I.. A..I...
'W tto* 14 blk Inc.91 of of fe la.le La. A I.T.fjtfm Lob 7, 8. '. 10, bik 1 _________________ Miss AU ________________________ __ -___ 2 37 84 UO Bouthern: C'uloo: :
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i 'Lola T B.rve7 to IX Inc.. bit 78' ______________ ? Lot Wt 10blk blk-1----------------------_ -,- Llisle 8.80 All ----_____ ______--_ -____--_____ U 37 84 840 Souther <: :

t. A *t,. ... C1..d Blvan. E.J 1"1:0'1'I:07'' Lot 1. blk *8 --- Bryant. H B -- 1O.47 All ____________________________ _____ 33 37 34 641 SoutherO1tl Colon:
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0 1.. blk 18 ____ -u_ 1.01 L A I. C. ......Itl.------- --Y-- -- ---. -- 2 3 Southern ColnIsatlon
y blk III _________n_____________ galley E E ---- Lots 21 and 14 __ ____
It blk l' O'Bryan.J THarris. n___ 1.01 EW lota 17 and XI Cassler. M D ___ 1418 All ___________________________________ U 37 3611 Southern e.(!olonAI -
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J 1f blk 84 1. X. 1. 4. S8. 30. 81. SS and 60 u laallon "
_. blk S4 Unknown Ransdell. B F-:: 107 IO'J: J. H. Ws.d.111. B.b-Dt..0 Lt-{. E J 41.19 ___________________________________ 27 87 II 440 Bouthern Colon: 1!

t !8. blk bik- t1 lit _-____-_____ _______ ___ Ford. L R _:::: 1:0'1'I": Lot Lots 11 11-and-----XX-------------------------- Farmer, L R __ 'T1I All E of' River ____uuu______ I 37 11 800 Boulhern!lotion Co Colon_ .,:
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t.1$8 and !/. blk U _'_n_________ Lota 38 and I* Unknown Isatlon Cu ___
.. 00 _____________ Te rpeningWi I Ute M. r. Blawhair a Baa-Dlv. f Lt M. Jackson. Henrietta 4.9O All of River ____ ________________ U n U Boulhern Colon:
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IClt and II, LiB.-1 uun___.___ Mack. X8 and 19 _______________ Co
_________ Masker, J H -- !.0] Low u Sarah 1.01 _______ ______________ I.tg:
t $. blk 10. __________un -- .11 A O.Tlfm .. .DI.. .f L.tR Lee --- AU ________ 3 n F-R:
, 11 t '4. bik JO' __ ____--___--____ Bpana-ersberc.A' H D 4'4.71 All ___________________________________ 37 4 Colon
i IS and 14. bfk 104 ____uu______ Corwln. O _n Lot 11 .nd"h--Io 17. tl"H Sth.rn Co_ _
4. un______ Hob.on. B -::::. 14 84 H. W. Marrwai 8.b-Dlvl.l..1 L.tit D_.. 0 J _____ 179Thurman. AU _um________-_________ I 1 UO F rt Inv. Co.:_:
1 tr &b .ImTA .ndVbVi.rt n________ Wrla-ht BnrlKsby. LSI Lot 84 __-___ AU m. oRiver _nU______________ Colon. '
1.. klk 111BiM1. ___________u_________ Unknown. J W --- L81t LSI HVBlt A ;.;;;ki--Di.w-; ; .* H Wt.ll N. SO Buth..rn Co-
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bill 181 _--______--____--_____ arrroTe. J L __ Ujr. 10* ft 8 of NW cor. of lot 7' $. run Griffin. I ------ .71 E 1 1 I 41 ,

t.t 9 .blk 14. ________________________ 1-adf.rH IDF -- 1.0j B 187 % ft. 8 IOC ft, W 11713" ft N Lot I and I _______________________ JI n u 4 Butbern l.lon m10n.
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. ::i. * * *_*.* * *.* *-* BUls.. Payable )!?. _.'...._ 2io'o:& ; (Seat. ) C.:. ,A. CARSON.!' hours of sale on theM Also the followingland.II ., ,' ji:1,cEcQer ,

% H"eal' A. K. DONEGAN.(8ea1) .t Monday I. Isg..6 Ute. to southern Colonisation acoordl".I'
GETTING, RID OFATS.. Total ?_? ,...._tt..___...|Jlt, 2l 10 :a.: LESLEY. It being"; the 7th any of the month. the Plat of Township 14. South, 'Range JJ

N-, + _' 4 following described real. estate. situate Eastaccording to Public Record. of
tnl* .f JF-UrMn TaaMy,; 'of Osrca-lsi. MSI *<.'. of Florida. Osceola. '
J : and 'n, County, Florida Lots 1 to -J
4 Simple Methods of Freeing the O 1., P. \VKTAVKH\ ., Cashier of thtlabov.nalll..d ('A-jn 4 r of <>......l Blank do solemnWear) 'On this day before me the 'undersigned In Thirty-one, South Section' S, Lots 1 to II Inclusive *
House .from These Common ,4. that the above statement 1. true to the! authority, personally appeared .Rang Township .of. il. to IS Inclusive ;t '
;* 'Z'hirtyethree _
East
.V. Pests. best. ,of ;my knowleda-e and./b..II. \V. B. Maklnson. Ii. o. StaQllrd.. C. A Alt of SeCtIOnS 17. 111. 21: (except -the. of.Section ctJ'l: ;. t.t'ltl II Inclusive of It r: ,
P. K. ''''I A VEI'l.' Cashier Carson, A.' F3.' OoneKH-i, E. L,, Lesley, EH of Peel ion ft, Lots I to 81 Inrluslv of Sec
NWJ4! of Hold Section 21). 27 .
'. .'. .'. <00 <00 + .. . .. .. .. CorrectAtte. Arthur B Uoneitaii, to mo well }known' to e..L.he person SouthHalf of Section( If), alt'of, Sta ., tion '6, Lot 1'to..-II Inclusive of'SectliMi I r
A' W. Hustu. 1'. W. i HilL l>>>1 lri>...tor.luhll..rlb..d ., described In and tvlio executed the. .lon" 33 'and. S8. ;> V. Lot 1 to 32 inclusive of Section:! "

As, lopg ,aa household' conditions / and sworn in before. me foregoingArticles.. of Incorporation Aleo the fallowing land In. Township 8, Lots 1 to St Inclusive of Section N. I '. I'
this 2nd.. day of July. 1916K. andwho Lots 1 12
Severally acknowledged that it South RaUKa aa Kast. All Of to Inclusive 'of Section-( .
; are such as to attract ants, measures ." M. WltXJOX. they executed said Instrument a. their Sections 1. t S, 4, 6 (except! NK'4 of Lot 1 to II Inclusive of Section II. ;
3Z-lt Public I
Notary- free. and voluntary act for the uses aid Section t). 6. 7. 8. North Half of Pall except Lqt 30). Lot Lto, 12 Inclusive THE -(
for (petting rAl of the Insects will be -.. and purposes therein. expressed.II I AC 10, 11. 14. 18. 14. It 18 NW%.of of Section IS, Lots. 1 to 12 inclusive.'of
\ oflittle value a new publication s-i-p I I I I I I 11 I I I I II II IM I t t I'' I WITNESS!' WHEREOF. I haven SHU of Sections IT. all of Section<< 18. SeCtiOn 14 Lot. 1 to IS. Inclusive of FLRIAHEAPRocc ,
says .,'eunto set my baud and affixed my and 18 S\V ((4 of said auction Section 16, Lot 1 to 9 Inclusive, and
I d of the U. S. Agricultural Department, v. I. offiCial seal at Klsslmmee Florida 19)) 814 of t..x..pt N12J4;: and NWU. and NV. of I 111 to 32 Inclusive of Section 16 .Lota ; _
'- Legal! i tM ZStU day of June. A, D. 1018ALBERTV 8WK 8\V% orSWtt. of Section, 207 a H to 12 Inclusive of Section 17, Lots ito
Farmers' Bulletin No 740, by C. L. HOPSON. of Sections 21. 22, In, 24, 26. 18 (ex 32 Inclusive of Section 18. Lots 1 to

Marlatt. Tho first Step in freeing. f IS-5t Notary p blle. cept EH of NtV'. of ,said Section !Ji), I SI Inclusive) of Section 19 Lots 1 to IS CEILINGS
AdvertisementsNOT1CH I My commission expire Deo. 6, 1H4LNOT14.U all of Sections 27 and 28. NH of N\V% Inclusive of Section Itt Lot 1 to tt Inclusive
house from these posts is, therefore, of Section 29. all of Section 10 (except (except Lot $4.) of Section II, .
FOil PUBLICATION the NEH) of snM section 8(1). all Lot 1 to IS Inclusive- Suction 12.I CUIYERTS.SHINGIES 1
to clean.up all food that may be seat- $ " . . of Section SI and 12 (except WH of I Lots 1 to II Inclusive. and II to 'l e Inclusive .
food De.art--sesit of the laterUr. V. !a.! Laad NW4 and KV4 of E',4.of, said Section and M to It .Inclusive of Section .
# ed about and to keep supplies FOR t'lHUCATIO.'V. I Office *l Rilars->llle. Florid al) all of Sections 82. 14. 86 and 88. I 24. Lot. 1 to tl inclusiVe of Section -

which attract ants in ant-proof "aae 34 315. Also the following land In Township. I 2S Lot.,l to If Inclusive of Heo1 SHEET ,
may De .. ....* of the Interior. S2 South. Range: if of Sec tlon ". Lots to It Inclusive, of Seo- a METAL

metal containers, or in ice boxes. U. 8, Land Ogle .4 (.........UI., "a.. !Berlal! N.. OI181I.Notice lions 17. 19.. 29 11 ..rh.AU Uon n. Lots I to It Inclusive of Seo-
Serial ]>.. ei I:aao. I Also the following land In Township tloil 18. Lots 1 to II Inclusive of aec- BUILDING ;
Cake, bread sugar, meat, and similar I* hereby Klv'nthat Charles IS, South Range-14 K: all of Sec tlon Ie, Lots 1 to II tncluslv of S.."- ,
especially'likely to attract Notice. 'Is" hereby given that Walter Jester, of Orange Center Florida who I tion 4 to 11 1 inclusive: SWU of Sec tlon to Lot 1 to It Inclusive of Section MATERIAL
,. substances are .A. Beebe of Alger Florida, who, on on May; ID, 1911.: made }Homestead< Entry tion IS. NWU of Section 14. all of Sec tl, LoU 1 to It Inclusive of Section wmrt TMAV .w

the insects. January Ii, isis made Homestead Entry No. 011811, for NW4 of SW4, I tions 16 to 21 Inclusive.... of Section St, Lot 1 to it Inclusive of Section ,
Ji. -tJ1** for WU of SEW, Seci Section !1. Township 14 South. Range *6. all of Sections 26 to 16 Inclusive. tt. Lots I to tt Inclusive of Sec- JACSO4VILE..s..4 ,
Tbe use of baits is not recommend !H a.. TownshIp SI "H. -Hantre S-t E. 18 East.. Tallahassee Meridian has filed' Also the land In Township lion 84. LoU I to it Incluslve-of 8o :'

In the bulletin already mentioned ... Meridian has Hied notice notice of I Intention I to make three-year 1 S4. South. ,01l0wln1 East.. AU..of Sections lion IS. Lot 1 to 12 Inclusive of Section c_ ., .
ed of Intentionto make three-).......- proof to establish* claim to the land I 1 to SS inclusive.I being the entire a6. 0 :
because of the danger that these will proof, to establish claim loathe land above described before Clerk orr.r.Circuit Townahjp Thirty-four South. I Also the following lands, according; I .
I. .above described, before Clerk circuit Court, at Klsslmmee. 0u Rana-e Thirty-four East. to the*Southern Colonisation Cempanv
serve merely to draw more insects In- V.1uj'at Kla.lmm"e. Florida on the the 10th day of August., U16. Also I the following lands In Township plat. of Township 16, Range SI East. Joe E. Johnston 3'

house and thus to increase day of September. 1116. Claimant name as witnesses. : 86. South Rang 84 Hast.: All of I I as shown by Public Record. of Oace .
the actually
to Claimant" name aa witnesses: J ;J. Keen of Orange Center Flor- Sections One to Three Inclusive\ all of ,' ola County Florida: Lot 1 to 31 it, ,
-
the nuisance. Where it can be Frank M. Kdrls, of Lokosee. Florida. ida.. Section Four (except of 'Inclu.lve. Section 1, Lot" 1 to 8 Inclusive _l
Banner H. lay of Lokosee Florida ., Theron Keen of Orange Coslter aald flection Four), ...Weors..t..ltoa. 6, and 9 to 16 InclurtLr*". NH of Lot ;
safely uiedTliowevef; a syrup polson- ft1tbir---. U1a,..of-o, _-1'-la44--: F L.And..U yviiolia 5 in iis iin.muiii.auSections 17._ .pt.1 16 1 il and tO>"&ISnf 11. ftll of CITY ENGINEER
.'4... Oeo.. W. Fertl6 of Lokoaee, Florida f-r-. K..en.orlYr; i enThr, nt 17 to -10 -Inclusive. all ef z..23: 24. Lots tSto SITUncluslve.. and ,
ed with arsenate of soda has been ROllERT W DAVIS : Florida Section 14 and M..Also 12 of SectIon 1.- .ts.o1-
found effective. The formula for this tl-Bt Reglater I W. H. Bron.on of Or.nlrlC..nt..r.. the! following land In Township (except Lot 28..nan c] 19) ) f Section 5.
S Florida. 27 South Range Thirty-four' Kast, Lots l.to 15 inclusllt" Lois 17 ,to SO In- 1s
syrup is one pound of sugar dissolved NOTICE OF INCOHI'OUATIO.'V. ROBERT W. DAVIS. Alt of !Section I. 10. 12. 14. 115. ID 1l. clusiveof Section 4. "IJots 1 to 7 Inclusive. Surveying anrf

.. q **-St Reglt, and tt to 27 Inclusive and Section Lot 9 and 5LOhttt.to all Inclusive, .
in a quart of water, to which should Notice. Is hereby. srUen that we. tho NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR!! 52. of Section to 32

bt> added 125 grains of arsenate of underalg-nrd.. will on the.- t Fee Fsi Dt.e.) Also the following. lands In Township inclusive Section/ B, Lot I to \
t Ammmmt. A. D. 181 a, Thirty-three. South RanThir. I tt Inclusive (except. lots .". Draftjng'e. ,'
soda. This mixture is boiled and apply "tt.thr ,) Hark Trammell. I. C..... of C..atT Judge. "t.... ., ty-three East' : All of Sections 1 to t Inclusive 22 SO and 11)), of Section 10. Lot 1 to , 'fr
.I.rld.--.Ia eo..CJ' 25 inclusIve W H of Lot 16. all of Lots -
Governor of the State of Florida. all of Section I Four (except .
strained -and on cooling l la used to for Letters I'atent authorizing us to West Half of Southeast Quarter of 27, 29. 30 and 21 of Section ii. Lot 1

moisten which arc placed carry on business In the titate of Flor !. r> Estate mt Charles F. Frrrmtt. 8r. aid Section Four) all of Section' 6. to 32 Inclusive of Section 12. Lots 1 to
d sponges ida 'as a corporation by virtue Notice Is hereby afl nihd all whomIt North Half of Section 6. SRVi of Hec 25 Inclusive (except Lot 2) and Lots
where they can be reached easily\ by of the LAW of t ZdJi..n: of l"iori- may concern, on 1st day ofDecember. tlon. 7, all of Section (except N% of f7t to 82 Inclusive: of Section II. Lots S.I D. [BULLOck
"... under and by the name .of the A. D: IRIS, I ;"shall apply to NEt) of Section 8. all of Section 0. all 8 ..Inclusive and; 11 to 20 inclusive.
th:. arnts. The insects collect the syr "C.80KOLA COUNTY" FAIR ASSOCIA the Honorable T M. Murphy. Judge of of Section 10-excertt: NMi of NW14 and of Section 14, Lot 23. 21. NH of Lot 34.

and it to their nests so TION'; the proposed charter of the aid Court, aa Judge of Probate, for 8V4, of 8R% of said Section 10), all of Lot 16. KVS of Lot 10.. and Lots 2T to
up convey final discharge SO Inclusive of Section. 14.
e..ld proposed! corporation being: a. my a* Administratrix Section 11 to 19 Inclualve. all of Section -
that the. whole colony ultimately follows. of the estate of Charles F. Prevatt. Br.deceased ., 20, (except NWV4 of-aald !action' !Said lands being levied upon as the REAL ESTATE '
,
W. B. MAKINSON. ; and that at the same time I 20), all of 8"ct (except property of said Southern Colonization ,
poisoned. Although this method has H. C. STANFORD will present' to said Court my final ac.counts NWW of *rdI Section N"itZI'all : ). Company aforesaid Terms of sale ...-..- .
C. as administratrix of said I estateand of Sections 23 24. cash .1
A. CAUSON. 22. anti all of
been found effective, as has been said, ARTHUH K UONKQAN. ask for their approval Sections 25, (except NW V.; >. all\ of Section Purchaser to pay for deed. INSURANCEExamination .. :

it should be remembered that tho arsenate B I. LESLEY. Dated June 11th. A. D. 1916. Z6 (except SH of NW,* ) all of L. H. INORAM
SARAH A. PRKVATT. Section 27, (except SKVi of I'fW' % and Sheriff.
of soda is poisonous to human ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. Il-lamo6mo AdministratrixKIOTICH NW4 and '''''it, of NWH of NEH ). all Dickinson A Dickinson. OrlandoAttorneys of Titles a. '

bsingn and to i'nimal as well as to We, the underBla-ned. do hereby associate of Section 18. all of "Section 29 (cxcept for Plaintiff_29-8t .
oursrlvrs together. for the OF AnMINI'I'I'RATOn!' SW% of said Section 29). all of
ants, and that its use must be safeguarded post- of becoming a politic Incorporated pur-- FOIl FinAL OlSCHAhGB! Sections 80 and II and 32 all of Sec' NOTICE! FOR DIDI.I !!. Specialty.
under the tao : (except NW\4 and NK. of 8W. : .
of the Btnte : 1on.I
I by the greatest precautions.When of Florida under the I I IN! rOtjRT OF THK rOUSTTV JI'nOH!, Section S3) alf of Section 34 I Notice Is hereby nlven. that In purstuince
name
of ()IrU'RoI COUNTY corporation STATE OF FI.OHIItA. O8CKOL.AOlINTY. (except. SKV1: of NRVi of said Hectlon of a resolution, adopted by the.
FA1H '
the be traced backto ASSn.1ATIUN
ants can iv and with the Ar-- (' 14)), all of Bt-etloii SB (. NKV ef Council of the City of Klsslmmee, Flo Correspondence Solicited. -
.xt-e/t
their nests and these arc accessible -| lid,.s of Incorporation w'hlch proposed" liere- : I. re Kstnte of iX Bilella learsosi. aid Section 35), all of / IB (except i Ida. on January 4th. 1(16, the Council .
by ndopti. are. Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt NR;>4 and SEIi' : of N\V V, of said. l I of said city will receive, bids at the I
places, it is possible to destroy tb.ecolor.icr I ARTICLE I. .I may .concern that on the lAth day of Section 8ft). ,Clerk' offlcB. In the City Hall at KIsislmmee. > ..
September A. 1916, I shall apply to Also the following Iftnds In QTown- Jo'ln. at 730 p. m. on Tuesday
by injecting with an oil can I Ih..The OWClioLA name of COUNTY this corporation FAIRKKOCI. shall the Honorable; tf.; M. Murpliv Judge of ship 35. South, Range" 33 l Maul All ofSection August 1st. 1916. for the .....n.tructlonald..Alk. Robert Riedel Co. : :'

little bisulphid- | said. Court. as Judge of Probate, for my 10 (except NE% of N\V"i and > of as stated 1 belowMitchell : ,
or small syringe a IATION. and .
It.princIpal office and : : '
1' : Street, 460 Lineal. Feet by 4
I of buslni-ss final discharge as Administrator of the. WJ4 of NW"4)! ). NOVELTY .
Iilace shall Im In '
carbon, kerosene, or gasoline into the I KIapsImmtacecla. (' the. SIR City. I estate of Roahlla Pearson deceased: I Also. the follow. inff lands In Township ., Fat Wide, WORK
I I"r ounty t. t and that at the same will5pre- 88. South, -Rana-B 33 East KM of L Mabett Street, 400) Lineal Feet by 4Feet House Bills a Specialty. .t..
Jo'lu.IoIII l but said. Fills
nests. All these substances however, j hay thtr filace ( orimrailon.of business may- sent to said Court mv I"\a';\: Recounts Section I, all of Section I 2. oil j unsurI i I I[ Wide.All .
and. In as Administrator of said estate, and yeyed and fractional imrt of Section f 6. bids to he addressed to Council Window and Door From.*, WlnJotf
inflammable precautions such the
are I hoard of Directors pliice of or'0ald places corporationmay ns ask for their anroval all unsurte. ed part Kast of River of II of the City of KISBlmmee, care of CityClerk. and Door Strain _ _
must be taken, therefore, against the; by determine Dated March 8th, A: I). 1818 Section A, all of Section 8 East. of KIer. -\'- 'I 'Phone '
and resolution upon I AE.. DROUGHT. all of Sections to 14 Inclusive, all I Hy order of Council. : Shop 218; ResWelc.211 .
danger of fire. designate.ARTICLE II U-oamSmo.. Administrator.: of Section 17 Rajit of Rl-\er all of Sections This 14th day of July A. n \DU.T. Darlington Nea Freight Depol '
I : R OILBKRT.Clerk .n. .
21. 22 24. all fractional section
wThough the garden lawn The general nature of the buslnessr "UI
common or
all and of the City of Klsslmmee.
: 26. fractional
I to he transacted by said .corporation. NOTU ItFoit rtiULICATION.D..rC..t unsured part I ,
of section 2?. all the unsurveved SOttWhen ;
t; ants which build their little crater Rhall be the conducting of expositions part
of Section 28, 33. 14. East of River, all ,
alrs."exhlbltlon of Ike iBterlor. II. II. Ls.d- --- .
around houses distinct and carnlwtls for the'encouragement ----- DR. J. A. TROVILLION .i'
nests -- -- -
':fr are specIes and promotion of aartculture OITIreBt (JBlBesvllle. Klorlda.JBBC of fractional and unsurveved part of .. ,

from the true house 'ants, they I live stock, poultry horti 24. 1.18. tion Section 3d 35. all fractional part of Sec- Specialist In 4 A .

find their into the hol I culture. science, art and manufacturing Also. the following! lands In Township you buy_. CANCER GOITRE AND 4 ..
Er may way ae. : for the encouragement of trade Serial N.mker 01_,. TUMOB .
II. South Rana-ei 12 East All of Cure without ..' ,
Their colonies be and Immigration: and for the education tem cttDI 1
may destroyed by Sections IS to IS inclueve.Also .
Notice I Is that Charles
1 of the the resources hereby 'given w", "
drenching the nests with boiling land po4bllltle. 1"0.F"':> : and. to Kreoek. of isis North llth street. La.-: the following lands In Township out* FLORIDA. .
I 12. South t ofSections ;
own. operate, lease or conduct all manner fayette. Indiana. who. on August 16, Range ; tntl; ORLNDO.
'Water or injecting a small quantityof I of placea and means of amuse Itll. made Homestead Entry No01086T 1 to 4 Inclusive, all Section tC : ,' I
6 East of River South Halt ofSfsjtheaat BRE'AD..I . *
I ment. Hatd corporation shall have. for SEat HWH. Section 11, '
kerosene coal oil into them. of Section 5 '
all
or power to build leas or rent bulldInica Township 25 South. Range 27 East Quarter 4e.e
,
oKSeCtlon e and 10 all of Section
affected it is and. other atructure. of whatsoever Tallahaaaee Meridian, has filed noticeof 11 .
Where larger areas arc "
kind nec.aaary to carry out the Intention to make three-year proof, ll.Vforth(e rpt W Half% of of SWk Northwest. all of Section C. F. THRASHER .
some times advisable to spray the object and purposes of the corpora to establish claim to the land above Quarteran
I tion. Said shall have tb.po..r described the testimony of claimantwill with I corporation Section ry GncefiSIbifO. METALWORKER
emulsion all of
.dawns with kerosene or to borrow money and Issue inpayment be submitted befor ;J. B. Shaw, IS. Section 14, all of
therefor It. Instruments Notary'"Public at Lafayette Indiana Section 15 (except NEK and NorthHalf RooF. Phi Vt
a strong wash prepared by I negotiable ; M.
very .soap of Southeast Quarter) all of Section -
and to mortgage aU or any and testimony of witnesses will b* K. BAKERY .
1C, all of Section 17 and !IE..t
dissolving any common laundry sospiIn property real or personal that It may submitted before Clerk of Circuit c .e '
of the River all of Section. 21 and
the f one-half own to securethe same or any part Court at Klsslmmee. Florida;. aU on 22. all of Section 21 ( SEt and 'IHN 1-1 tussauttxg. nA '
water at rate x except .
thereof. It .shall lIa v. to the 10th day of August 1916. I :
power S.... of NW%). all Section U (.xcsptSEV E. A. NIEMETER:
buy hold leaae, selland .Claimant name a* witness*: ,
pound to one pound of soap to a gallon own, mortgage and B14, or NW'" and S'4 of N'ot -
** of real and! personal propCity. WalentlnoBraasall.. of Loughman,, MitcWU Street -
:
NW and S% orIE"- ). al of Sec.tion .
t. of water. Anothcr. method is .to and stocks or bond of other Fl1 1'L"fo. .
II ( 8% of SWIJ4, and NW'Sof
I of carbon into the corporation., and may discount *.curItle r. of Loughman. Florida., NWW.ae."t of Sections 'and $7 DL '
inject bisulphid and may conduct such factorte. M. (A Cox. of Loughman Florida of 8R ol'N' IllSection W. W. _
warehouse and such a, L. Bergen, of Loughman. Flo-Ida.. NWK % and Wtt cOI
neat, the quantity of the chemical and operate .up U, allot NE2U" of NBli" Clt-See. ,
ROBERT DAVIs.
ply depot a* may be necessary to con. W. t .i. :
tion S> East: of the River that part IIfSW' ) .
of the Ig-lt ,
2 ependinc' upon the size nest. duct the businesses to t>. carried on B. Register.JHOT1CTE of Section 11. East of the .
River '

;;. I" -Lter; the. biaulphid of carbon has by tablt.h said own corporation and operate: that or It grant may.privileges e.-- : TO CRm ITOR.. all Also of" Section the, following 14.-K and land 2'.In.,Township . . ALAN J. MacDONOUGH : OtOe .o.r P.y Bad .

. been the entrance to the to other .to own and operate o"
injected 33 11 Bait All of
...t..bU.h'n.t IN COURT OF THK-COUHTV ; South Range : Registered ArchitectAND Office 1(1
booths mercantile 'VDGJD" R.
store.. *J. ',.
o be closed the foot in $TAT OF OSCB- Section 1 (except KH of NW%). all of .
neat should > by :: properties of any kind held or by character It, either upon* OL.A FLORIDA.COB TY.I. Section 1 (except NH of NBU and HVd 0 ... for .. ,
H TthCEO.
. order to retain the chemical, which i lessee of NWVt). all of Section S (ecept NW
owner or : ENGINEERBRONSON
n'Au"r'ahofl U' ). all of Section 4 Lots 1 to 7 inclusive '
will then penetrate slowly through maintain and It clubhouses re Kmtmtf f WIilia W.wk.riy.To of Section 6, all of Sections 9, )n BLDG. FLA. A :
or eating; houses or may buy. tKISSlHMBB. -
and 11 North Half of Section 12. all
the underground channel and kill the sell or deal In privilege to conduct all Creditor Legatees. Distribu. of Section 13, 14 16. Lots 1. 6. <. 10. II, I j .
: held said tee and all Persons having Claimsor
aame upon any ground by of Section of NE, and SKV:
17. SE"4 .
ants. Although its fumes are disagreeable and and Demands against said Eatate. '
corporation may I'I'p
award prise, diplomat and certificate. You. and each of you. are herebynotified of Section 20. all of Sections 21. 12 and _u ____ u.____. _' ___ F. PARKER
they nre not poisonous to .23 SEW of NW%. and WH of NW4.and .
of merit to those excelling In merit or and required to prevent any -
SW ATORNEYATLWClecion.
of Section 24 all of Sections
exhibits st fair.exposition claims and demand which or % oooo..t..t...
the making you.
, man and higher II.COUNTRY'S worth any I 2R to :2R I Inclusive SVi of NKViand :
held i either of have against the' "
or exhibition arlven or you may < and
EH of RW%. 8E 4 and Lots Conveyances r
and the said of WllilamV..ck..rly.. deceased.late .
|I.atate.
bv this corporation; core of Section 31. Half Ii TILLER ,
1. 2. 6. 7, 8. South
GREATEST ASSET. ,
of Florida to the
poratlon shall have full and completepower Onieola, County Specialties .
of Section 32. all of Sections 33 K4S5 .
.
to do any and all things that undersigned Administrator of said es 0 .

may be necessary or germane for car-. tate within two years from the date Also.. the following. Innrt In S Township Real (state 111. 1-1 BroadwayT. : :

Life insurance experts figure that the rvlng said.on corporation Its business shall as.aforesaid also have, and allother hereof Dated July 12 A. D. 1016. 38, South. Range 32 Rant. All of I'f JHPl-!! (, ,,
Sections 6. 8. 21. 27. 36 East of th.) .. ...
each 'young man and woman of good powers authorized bv the Stale rf A. E. DROUGHT. HUer and nil of H,.ctlon 1ft I I. "
Florida and usually granted to corporations 31-9t Adminiatrator140T1It Also. the following Inncls In Township and told.1 '
habits and tound physique is an as- under the State laws and thfenumeration I Realty bought >
34 31 East S'f
South
< I
set to the nation as producer or of specific rights and. OK AIUIINII'l'nA'run SE'4 and that p rgf the W'4 of S,.,:- Houses rented. X M. RIVERS M. D. '
herein contained shall not Kin. 1I1..r..1ra I :
privileges tFor I Itlon //.i,., .
1 East of the Hl\er nil of -
consorver of wealth to the amount of be deemed, to he cxrluslve.ARTICLE .. . lions 11. 13. and 21 Runt of th.. Rl\ii' I I Tae paid and Titles verified PHYSICIAN ..,"I
111. C.Brt of ounty "ad,.. Stale ufKlorldB. and SURGEON '
all .of Section all of S"l.tlon 35 Eastof
26.
in too United I non-residents.
8000. There are The capita! stock: of said corporation 0..1. County.Is the ]
., States 50,000,000 children rnd young Dollars I shall which be Ten. shall Thounnnd be. divided($10000 Into 00> re Kmtmtf of \bsilrlck M. (.haniller.Notice ship Also 35.the South follow flange Ins: lands 31 Hunt In Town-All Fire Life and Accident In- I ''Phon R<>*l<..nc. (I :'1' :'

people under twe-pty-nve years of age. One Thousand shares. of the par valueof Is herehV. gixen to all w lU'in of Section I 1 KaM of I the RiverA I $ turance. Office 141. .t'
Ten (flOflO Hollars each the. sameto It may .concern that on I the 2lth .1 1i\ I Ian t the following, lftnil.. RH slioun
.At $8,000 apiece they are an asset of lie paid tor lawful of October A. D 191B. I shall applyto BondI.I .
olrn 'flrAb't hRout h..rn Polonlza l I tlori I < ompnnplat \ Indemnity
; Judice.
M
Honorable
United States l or the T Murphy t4
In dollars and of Township 35 houl-i' Itanm
400000000. mere services at a Just vafuatton to Ite fixed of said Court. na Judge 0(. t'rotate.,. forny Knst. nccoliilllK to the nunllc Keconl a. F. KitiBps w. ;JTE1ID
cents the youth of our nation are by the Directors of corporation. at final discharge ns ,Admtiistrnt! 'of Osceoln CountKlorfilij Lots 1 to I o oo ooo .
a, meeting called for that Pl'rpo.e.ARTICI.E of the estate of ShadrlcK Chftiull, I 32 IncluaUc. or HertlonLots 1 to 32 KRIBBS STEED\! '
worth more than our coal, our iron, IV. deceased ; and that at the same time I ..llnclusl\e of Scttn 2. Lot. 1 lloVliullslM ] I -- -- = I

silver gold more than trie-: The-said corporation shall exist. per will present to said Court my ":1I"t" -. 11 to IB I Iliclu. l\e. and 17 to 31'l
our our ATTOIINKY8
; petually. counts as Administrator of said I l inclualvi. of Section. 3. Lots 1 to C I In- I' ooooooooooooo.j AT LAW

cattle: on a thousand hills; more than ARTICLE V. JOnta ask for their approval I ..Iu"".... and K Vta of L.H 7 (,'x..ept,. \\ewt' "
The. business of Bald corporation April Srd A. D 19IV. Six feel, I ots 13. 15 to 24 InitunUcLots j Legal business of all klarli give*
the grain from a million fields. And hall be managed by a President. two \ 'IJ. CHANDLER 27 2t. 29 and 30. of S..rtlon SLots I

f the legalized liquor traffic is the ruthless VIce-Presldenta. a Treasurer a Secretary l -lamo imo _Administrator I to 4 Inclusive, and lots. I 5. IS C.W. GRIFFINStaple prompt Attention.' ( \-
and a Board of not less than liveor lit and 21 and t.nts 21 to 26 inc In- Offices U and 11 Stats Bank
destroyer of youth. It begins: more than fifteen Directors who .onFCIoJltrJUiJ: !SAI.K.! sive and 31 and 32 of /Section 6. Runt Klaslmmee. Florida BId.
I hall be elected annually The Board of Notice la hereby. given that under Half of lot 2, and Lots I to 9 Inclusive -
tho work of destruction before birth, Directors shall be elected; annually ; and by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure and Lots 11, 13 15. 18. 18 nnd 19

handicaps; boys and girls physically. from the stockholders of Issued out of and under the and North Half of Ix>t 22 and .all of and Fancy '
aid corporation on the first seal of the Circuit Court of lite Seventh Lota 23 to 82 inclusive of Section 7.
and morally, and renders tens of thou ', Tuesday after the first Monday In Judicial Circuit of the State of Lots 1 to 5 Inclusive, and Lots 13 to Pat Johnston f.
April; and the said Board of Directors Florida In and for Oaceola County In 20 Inclusive, Lots 25 30. and 32. of G 0
sands not only unable to produce or I Immediately I after their election shallelect i Chancery sitting in a certain cause Section 8 Lots 1 to S inclusive, and 9 : : G i : JOHNSTON GAUETT '. .

their! quota of $8,000 but from their number a President therein pending, wherein ;Jane H AMcDermKt to 15 Inclualve. and N% o( Section IK OCERIE I ,: !:
conserve two Vice-Presidents a Treasurer and Is complainant and Oscar and Lots to 24 Inclusive, and South ) '
.makes of them dependents and undesirables a Secretary. and any one person may Baa and Henry Partln are defendant, Half of 181 6. and all Lota 26 to 22 Inclusive ATOR-T.W .. "
bold tw. offices In said corporation the. Special Master In of Section >. Lot 24 of Section Free all Parts ' .
p. an economic loss to the except that! of President and Vlce>l'res- Chancery rtrd."r at II'fout outcry, 10. l.ah.l to 31 Inclusive of Section Delivery to , Office 10. 1 and Lt'CltUml ,*aa\ .

nation and to its stability. Ident. The following; named officer legal hour of sale before 11, Lot 1. 2. I. of the Gt I BU"I 1
a menace hall conduct the business of the corporation the ( House door In the City of 6. 6. '. 10 and II to K inclusive Lot I ." <" ''
until their successors are Krlsslmmee. In said Oaceola county on 17, 1$. II. 12. 14. IS, 35. W% of 17. and l..im.a P1s.t "-.
General Pertain, the heroic defender elected which. must be. within. thirty Monday the Seventh day of August IS to tt inctuCive. of Section 17. Lots I
<$0) after Charter .J.1r.t.t'\.1' :; A. D. 1916. the following describe4stocks ; 1 to 8 inclusive, and 11. It" 14. 16.It :
of Verdun, is a bachelor .I.r\, C A. Carson: of cattle, now ranging tn the to 16 Inclusive, and -- ;
.re.
President W. fl. Makln.on: Recond Counties of Brevard Oaceola and !St.! 28 to 7..18Inf: of Section 18 Lots i

12T Vice-Presldent. H. C. Stanford: Treasurer Lucle marked and branded ... follows 1 to 8 Inclusive and 9 to 18 Inclusive .
RKI'ORT NVi *OF1 THE CONDITION .f IVrfITIXHNS i-jsj S L.Bo' S'e t Secretary, A. B.Donegan : (except Lot 14). and Lots 17 to tt Inclusive J W. THOMPSON :
BANK at KIKSIMMKB. : : of Dlrectora C A. A stock of cattle m..rked--cro In of Section 19. Lots 1 to tt In- ;
> KI.Athe STATH OF KI.OHID. (Carson W. B. lIakln.on H. C. Stanford one ear crop under half' crop In other; clusJve of Section 20, Lots 1 tn. 12 nf '

t". (,1._ .( n..I._ ..... S.. R L. Lesley. John M. Lee. J. branded JHA. Section 21, Lots 20 of Section 25, Lot FUNERAL DRCOR i.
t Wade Tucker &r. Kats. A. E. Donegal, A stock of cattle m.rk..d-eharp split 24 and 26 of Section 2*. Tots 1 to tt cnnso .< ;
1C1s S L. Lupfor Hull Bass C. W. Wardand In one ear underslope upper bit In the inclusive. of Section 17. Lot 1 to II Inclusive and I.
RKSOURCKS Ernest Mach other; branded AD.A of Section 2*. Lot 1 to la. Inclusive FRmE'Insurao& .
Collateral Hccurlty ARTICLE VI stock of cattle marked-crop In of Section 19. Lots 1 to '8t Inclusive EMBALMER "i"LCNSED
; Loans on Keal. Estate .fllS.TitOverdraft 03 The highest amount of Indebtednessor one. ear. under slope upper bit In other; of Section II. Lot ) to It Inclualve
Other
!\ than _-_ 47 liability to which the said corporatinn branded .DHD. of Section It '
__ _______ IJ5State. t
S u and i Municipal- ran at any: one time subject It- A stock of cattle marked-crop staple Also the followIng land accordingto Store and Chapel, Stwar .
; County Self shall ba Twenty-five Thousand fork In one ear, underslope In the the Southern Colonization. Company i'
; Bond. ____ ______________ 1.81''Ii.. I. .
Dollar other. branded Circle "V. In Township 14 South. Range tt.Kast. KisUCmnh.s.
4 ___ 2.154 00 (115.00000) ; plat. na !
of
Stock Corp6ratlon
)',* Furniture I ARTICLE VII. Terms of ale cah. according to Public Records of that Insures .
!": BankingHous...*. 13.715" The name and plaee"of residence cf Dated ;July Sth. A. D. lilt at Klslmmee *- I Oaceola, County Florida: All of Lots ; 0
Fl tur
: and J "
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.,. _________ 6.lin JOf' the subscribing Incorporator and th. Florida.JOHM. I I to It Inclusive of Section. 1. all of
ii 1i" Other Real Estate Bank 46.H58 76 respectively subscribed -. ; ; & CADEL Lots 1 to It Inclusive of Section I, W. B. Crawford ":$
'' Due from. Incorporated for of... t'm\: are a* follows: Special Master. In Chancery. I Lots 1 to 8 Inclusive.. Lot 9 and Lots 1 Ito Protection that Protects L Ju

,,.;". Check CI.arin sad.. .:__Kxchanve_ ______._____ IU IIl' W. B. Makln.on, Kisslmmte, Florida Massey St Warlow It Inclualve. and Lot 20 to 16 In- CRAWFORD JARRELL. ,:"'1
II" H..nd ________ '_ '.UI U 15 .har**. I Solicitor for Complainant. 2>-CtSHERIFF'S : elusive, East Half of Lot S. and Lot I \
Cask On 1.011 01t HC. Stanford. Klaslmme. Florida.C i II and 12 of Section t. Lots 1 to 9 In-
," 'J; aunty and Clt" Warrants 18 hares clusive and IS to 18 Inclusive, and .TOaNEYsAT-LW "

J 'Total :: $1i.11I 10 A. Caraon. Klsalmmeet Florida. SALE- Lota 10. and IS and Lot St. Section 4. Of flees: 4, 6, 6. and 7 CSttMM ., J
Inclualve.. and Lots
" "LiAmLrnKa" It share Lot 1 and I to 14 ,
:" Paid In ______f foO A. BJ. Donegan Klaslromee. Florida. Under and Ay virtue of an' execution 3$. IS 2', 10 Section i. Lots 1 to 'S. Inclusive Bank Building
Stock JJ-SJJ .
Capital 1 00 11 Issued outof and ...d.r the seal of the and S to II Inclusive and IT toSS "
fT/Surplu* Fund .------ Jrtb'f..LLe.I...,., Kl.slmmee. Florida.I Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit, 0. Inclusive. (except WH of Lot IT) of Klasimm Flertdsi. '
Undivided Profll (less *xpene loUT 134g II .bareL' .. eola County. Florida' wherein J.A.. Section 4. Lots f to tl Incluslv ofp.ctionLLet.1LL DAKIN AVENUE "t _ _
1\ and taxe paid) -- IN WITN1t88 WHKRKOF the said I He..ln.P. .alntla. and Southern Colonisation .. 9 10 14, IS. 1*. )
;.Individual Deposits ubJ.etto .. subscribed I Lot. I b. 22 to It InJclaalveT KMMEE'itoluDA -- _
"t ll ,l* CI nbscrlber have hereunto Company. a. corporation H5 of Lot 17. : _
o Cheek .._.. _i..e---De- their names and affixed their ceala t. defendant. L a.Rb.ri .f .OttolaCounty. . and Lot .1 of Section i. Lot.I LEWIS 'OYRTANT _
( >l>.matid CertlfleaUs 'of. .. this Instrument on -thla lltb day of Florida hav levied upon and t; 6.4 a.4 11:'4. flI Lot I. all of Lots

=: .rtrft..r_ i''ikP' ii. I D ISIS. will sell! la front .f the,Oeeeola Conn.ty i.. and Lots S to Ie inclusive Log I r' A' ;
.::1111 :: ..I\.I't\ w.. B'V JC11\T''ON.\ Court Houa* door,.,at KI..llltmee, It.il,' 2\ IS. 17'.1 W4 of Lot I" kof:. \ ) aT-W" .'
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I. :."Newsy' y:' Notes. About Florida- I.W.CJ.U.COLUMN. : I' FEDERAL, FARM LOAN. ACT Do You Think. Florida Summers Are' : L

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; ::. Gleaned From State Papers ,I'' Conniq Mack says: "Because constant . I II' MEANS READY CAPITAL ,, Hotter Than .Elsewhere?..Read. This . '

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; moderate drinking gets ballplayer 'k
; .. a such committee shall have "any tni"tcrest '
,,;' A new brick block Is being built length will be 6,569 yards and will" just assure as boozing I can't 1 in the property upon wh'ch he To correct the erroneous belief that extremes of heat oregreater In' '. ,

;t'.... !:}jrt. Sarasota. by James Downey, ofIfeago. cover 170 acres 6f ground. bother with youngsters, who drink passes. r Florida than 'in various points in the North and West, We submit the; eo.- '1'.oJ' :

.',:.1 The Ocklawaha Valley railroad hav Funds for Current Expenses.To orda of the United States Weather Bureau for Florida stations and a' few-

.,f. ?, ;The mld-ummer tourney of the under consideration the extension of Convict Labor vs. Free Labor. provldrUM8. for current ex- stations -other states, for a summer seasongiving the number of days' :'

Clearwat Gof Club commenced last itt line to Mount Dora. The road is [ Since January 1, when the prohibition penses, tho loan association may re- the maximum temperature was above ninety degrees: ," -r-;
'week. now between"Paiatka and Ocala tain commission from each Interest Florida Stations Titusville 24 and West 5.'A ,f..
: law went into effect, hundreds of as a -Jupiter, .10; Key 1\;;
The tea wall along the McGregor C. G. West, cf Orlando, is developing payment not to exceed ono- Western States-Denver, 24; Dodge City, Kansas, 60; St. Louie, .$Op; \ ,.
,boulevard at Fort Myers is nearing a 12b-acre stock farm three miles prisoners in tho stato penitentiary of eighth of one per cent semiannuallyupon Sacramento, Cal., 35; Red Bluff, Cal., 69; Pueblo Col., 35; Keelor, CoL, 66; 1

it \completion. from that city on the Conway road. I Washington have been set at liberty the unpaid principal of the loan. Kearney, Neb., 23; Keokuk, Iowa, 28Fresno; Cal., 88; Fort Smith, d

| Ar new county directory for Mant Blooded stock only will be raised. through the termination of their sen- This commission is to be deducted 51; Concordia, Kansas,, 60; Cincinnati, O., 24, and Blsmark, 24. It is" I
tee'coflty is now. in the process of Sheep raising in tho vicinity of tences. Few have come to take their from the dividends payab'e to such perfluous to comment on the record submitted. 4e t ',. :'
'a being' "compiled. Lake Gem is reported to be a coming paccs.) Mr. George F. Cotterell, high- farm loan association by the Federal C r/-'J'.

I Tampa is paving several streets of industry, several head having been way commissioner and ex-mayor of land bank. If the commissions! are - ----- - "

'', A (that(' city with asphalt blocks of home added to the large flock already there. Seattle, says there are ,not enough'to not adequate; and an association does ..0..000 0 00 0. . 0 0 00 0 0 OOOOOOO OO.'OOO'OOOO 0.0 00. OO..... ... "
'C' manufacture. I The County Commissioners of De- do tho necessary work of construction -I not wish to members for
V assess cur-
bL '.y ", The Florida Growers and Shippers I Soto county have awarded contractsfor on the state highways. In an. ent expenses, it may borrow nt six ,
$$41.65 New York and
address in Vancouver, B. C. he declared ; Return :
League will\ move Ita headquarters to the building of sheet asphalt roads per cent from the Federal land bankto .
that the dry law had cut off the ,, .;
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r iu Tampa in September.The | in District Five, the Sebring-Avon ; an amount not to exceed in the
: : Manatee County Poultry AssocIation I Park section. supply of fresh convicts and that; the I aggregate one-fourth of its bank :
met last Saturday and transacted The Scenic Highlands! Hotel 'Com- state must perforce seek tQ free )labor I stock. $$41.65 Philadelphia and Return ?
for the construction and maintenance
important business. pany, of Avon Park, has been granted Reserves and Dividends. *'' "I:
,Work has_ been common-ed on the a charter and will build a modern of its' highways. And Washington The law requires bo'h the land
... Otona public school building. Whenfompkted I, hostelry at that point. The capitalof is not the only dry state which ; banks and the farm loan associationsto '
.., will I the is $25,000. because cf the growing dearth of convicts $$50.15 CHICAGO and Return :
... '...' j it cost $40,000. company make provision for certain reserves
v'Iif4 A clinic for tuberculin patients will The County Commissioners .of 'Polk is compelled employ free labor before they can pay any div- ,

,' ..., be opened at on early date in Tampa. county let the advertisement for bids and is thus removing one of the idends. ,
,
1""r.F+ : ;No pay patients will be accepted. for the $1,500,000 good roads bonds irrievances of the labor. world.G"-ed Agents and Land Banks. $$39.65 Cincinnati and Return : 4 ;
> I ITt News.
#. According to the last reports from last week. The bids will be opened In sections where local conditionsdo

+ :.. .""Crcasury|![ Department, Tampa is : August 7th at Bartow.It not make the formation of associations -
"',. the seventh custom, port in the. Unit : is stated that the Seaboard Air Explaining the World-Wide Prohibi- practicable, the Farm Loan Tickets On Sale Daily With Final Limit Oct. 3 ht. (.'

:. '' d'Stat... I Line railroad will take over the Standard tion Phenomena. Beard may authorizes the Federal land THROUGH SLEEPERSDINING J."

3 :Fort Myers is to have a new mod and Hernando railroad. This ( Excerpt( from address by Rev. A. C. bank to make loans through agents ,. CARS.. ; *.

a ern apartment house constructed in I II I road runs from Hernando to Inglis, Archibald, of Lowell, Mass., December approved by the board. These agents VIA ., ",
f I the next sixty days on 'the McGregor through! Marion, Citrus and Levycotintios 5th.) are to be banks, trust companies, )

'('III ,Boulevard. I and is fifty miles in length There is no social movement In our mortgage companies, or savings institutions Atlantic Coast Line :

t. .,The proposed amendment of .the The practically; complete lower jawof day more amazing than the world- chartered by the Stale.They t

d 9 .,TSity.charter of Clearwrter was car I a huge mastadon has been unearthed wide rebellion against rum domina- may receive ns compensationthe : Standard Railroad of the SouthFOR ,
rl.d.by a good majority at the clccvtk I from the phosphate pit of the tion. Who would have dreamed that I actual expense involved in trans- TICKETS AND ;
RESERVATIONS CALL ON
a >n held last week. I Amalgamated! Phosphate Company at autocratic Russia would so soon become I acting the loan and in rddition thereto '.
t
.' ,The County Commissioners of Pi- Rrewster, Polk county, and sent to a prohibition nation ? Whiskevi a sum not exceeding one-half; of I W.C Kissimmee GILBERT., f la.T. A J. G. ( DD.P..A '

irt" nellas county have granted a franchise the State Geological; Department at dd<,n England has locked up her saloons -. one per cent per annum on the Tampa, fl. rtr'

for a new trolley line in the Tallahassee except for five hours a day with I paid principal of the loans un-r 'I ..O. SSS4.: 00404446 ,

I(;Mt Suburbs, of St. Petersburg. Over 7ii per cent of the freeholders the result that in the first week ofshoilenecl through them. When the Farmlx l I'y
The Lee County Truckers and Far- of the Winter leaven district have I Board decides that locality is ,
hours drunkenness was redUC'f'i1 I 000 SiiHfiOd4044-0 4 -X+.v+? } :--x-."4-T4 }4i 4fC 44{..}4Cw OCP4000 1
.."' mers Associ'tioi are contemplating Signed i the petition pisonttd to the l thnty-fne per cent. France, I
L' the erection of large packing house County Commissioners of Polk county and even Germany, have taken steps j I tions, no further loans are to be made: I .'

'';. at Fort Myers. calling for an election to authorize to check the liquor tiafTic. Canada through agents. i I FOR SALE OR TRADE

Tarpon Springs will hold a special the issuance of SOO,0K. ( bonds forbuilding has outlawed the saloon from a number I Joint-Stock Land Banks. J 't
election the proposition to issue ': pix miles of sheet as- I .
forty
on
!
; of her provinces. New Found- In addition to the system of 12 '
'bonds for the purchase of the electric phalt roads in that district. Attractive, Modern Dr. Carson's
II land voted dry at an election lastmonth. Federal land banks and the national Residence ;

(lighting plant in that city. The city of Miami hps expended In our own country eightyper farm loan associations of borrowers, ) Corner SprouII.) Avenue and Church Street. ft'r\
The new Lee County Hospital at' $100,000 on the Biscayne Drive to far I
.I I cent of the territory is dry and the act permits the establishment cf ;
\ Fort Myers is nearing completion and this year. sixty-five per cent of the people are joint-stock land banks and authorizes -

Will be ready fbr the installation of Twenty thousand dollars has been living in districts where the saloon is'' them to carryon the business of Lending )I 04 ..

.:' "' ,,equipment in a few days. v spent for good roads in the vicinityof no longer toleiated. directly to borrowers on farm- Will sell on Term if desired. This ia'AD ...

,' ,The assessed valuation of,property Deerfield. What is the basis for this world- mortgage security and issuing farm
.-'dal Bradentown, both real and person Seventy! thousand dollars in build- wide phenomena ? Such world movements loan bonds. These banks must have exceptional opportunity.Address ,,'

:' is M,600,000, according to the returns ing construction is under way at West were never built on sand foun a capital of not less than $250,000.

of the tax assessor. Palm Beach. dations. The prime factor is that a They are under the supervision of the f :
The Circuit Judge has denied the Three hundred feet of grade of the
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few facts have
simple slowly seeped Federal Farm Loan Board, but the Quick '-
writ of mandamus to compel the Tamiami Trail has been completedup
I into the consciousness of mankind. Government does not lend them .ny ,
County Commissioners of Pinellas to last week.Fellsmere First, all reputable medical and financial assistance.

t county'to call a county scat election. hao organized a motor- scientific authorities have declared alcohol The joint-stock land bank. is free CHAS. P. DOW, Orlando' florida '
i Application for a franchise to operate boat flotilla which will be offered to ,:
..) to be a powerful, narcotic poison from many of the conditions imposed

over the streeta'of Lakeland has the government in case of hostilities.H. Which cannot be taken into the human ,on the Federal land banks. Subjectto ...... ...... . . . . . . . . ..... . ..... . . ... .. . ." I .
been made to the city council of that I E. Zipperer has been elected ,
system with safety even in mod- the 50 and 20 per oont value limit- / H'
tt 'eU,.' by the Lakeland-Winter Haven I Mayor of New Smyrna at the election erate quantities. There are at least ation and the limitation as to territory Ij
"' 'and.Bartow.interurban railway. held in that 4th.
city July
: twenty-eight diseases, many of them the joint-stock land bank may .
.' _\ :'|' It is reported' that eighty per cent James' Snowden, of New York City, fatal, which result from even moderate lend more than $10,000 to a single individual Eugene C. Bryan, ....... A. ". Br'an'ke Prea. J. t. Barber, Sec'y.lreee. 1
.
(.of the right of way has !been secured has let'the contract! for the Building use of alcohol. and it is not reotricted to {

for the Tampa Lakeland interurban of an $160,000 home. near tho Peering. Second the use of alcohol ia I loans for the -I I '. :
responsible making 'purposes epejj- .. I . i;
_
construction work r ass.i
railroad and that Miami. ; \ 4 .
., estate in
: for the great majority of the Red in the case of the Federal .X
., {{will commence wtihin sixty days. Vero may entertain the National crime, insanity and pauperism which bank. land\ ..; j'

\ The Tampa Tribune Publishing Co. Geographic Society next winter. An urse the country Our courts have The joint-stock bank, like the Federal 't !
has purchased a block in the business invitation extended that body is receiving :
declared this repeatedly.Third land banks, can not charge an Co 1 j
center gf that city, and will erect a favorable consideration.The !
the appetite fror alcohol is interest rate on farm mortgages :n '
j( modern publishing house end home I pine apple season ended at, transacted from one generation to an- excess of six per cent, nor shall such Bryan Realty Company 1

|:Jor the "Tribune" at an early date.. i Jensen July 4th, and only scattering other, and modern science declares interest rate exceed by more than I, _
i" A patent has been granted to A. R. shipments will be made from now on. that the moderate drinker his interest Offices 4
of
I curses me per cent the rate paid on Broadway, Kissimmee, : :
Dittrich of Fort Myers, for -a self- The has been successful.The .
,
season very
j hild with alcoholic< tendencies, just as by the bank upon its last issue of i j
cleansing sanitary cist?rn. The cistern i three divisions of the Florida I Opposite Graystone Motel "
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t. fatally as does the hopeless drunkard Sonds. A joint-stock bank is limitedin
.. by this system cleans itself at naval milita, at Jacksonville, left Friday I' its bond issue to lf> times its cap- 'i|
both and bottom, keeping the : Roads for train-
for
top f Hampton a Fourth, mankind has come to realize ita'l and surplus.
watre sweet and pure. I ing cruise on the battleship Louis I
that expenditures for alcoholic liquors Among/: the restrictions placed on I
Lightsey & Kelly, large ruckers in ''iann. are a waste of-the financial resources I these banks under the act are ((1)I )
the Fort Myers district, are busily en- The Lake Worth Fruit and Vegetable of our nation; that under our that their mortgages must provide Orange Groves, Timber, tends We P.y Taste for Nonreidents **-

Caked. in sub-tiling several acres of | Growers Association met last license system our states promote for an amortization system of repayment Cattle Ranches<<: Country and end Act M Owner's

+ the land, and many others ere contemplating week and elected I". McCune: presi- business which strikes at the very such as is prescribed in the City Property Agents for Rental Property.

{ putting in the same im I dent and J. J. Vinapol business man- I foundation of government and perlerts case of loans through the Federal I --- J

provements.The ager. I the very purpose for which governments land banks, and ((2)) that they shall "'-=.::/- - --
work of Installing elevators in I The raiding of Tunis sheep is the exist. in no case demand or receive under :
the Hotel Royal Palm ct Fort Myers latest undertaking at the Tiger Tail
I Fifth. the licensed saloon is an my form or pretence any commission C. A. CARSON. President.
has been commenced. This, with the Grove, just west of Dania, several open alliance with the gambling/: or charge not specifically author- N. C BRYAN Secretary.

I) additions contemplated, will mean the I: head having been imported for that house< the white slave traffic and with i zd by the act and approved by the

!l expenditure of $60,&000'in the T\oCxt.1 I put-pose. every other"iRous' thing\ in the com '"iirm I Loan Board. The Waters & Carson

ninety days, A petition is being circulated! for munity. It is the immoral clearinghouse The bonds of the joint-stock land ;
s E. E. Skipper, of Sebring, will setout I the formation of a drainage distinctnorth in our cities for everythng vile. lanks- arc exempted fron taxation. r

240 acres to citrus fruit this sea- ; and west of the city of Jacksonville I Sixth, our courts have declared that rheir capital stock'\ however, is not

1 son. I I in Duval copnty, and to em- the three foundations of the state are xempted. Grocery Company
+ Fire which occurred in Newberry brace 83,676 acres.
education, morality and religion. It General Provisions.The .
t, "'.t t last week destroyed $5,000 worth of j i A petition has been forwarded to is a notorious fact that the open sa-
buildings.The the War Department for permission law, through the Farm LoAn. ,
fiKrf loon robs thousands of our young
council of Palatka is Board, provides the necessary machinery Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
city negotiating o dig an inlet to the Atlantic ocean of for edu- ,
I people an opportunity an of
examinations
C.J, i to take over the water at Fort Pierce. //If granted a stock cation. It is a notorious fact that the for' frequent for
.' )r :works 'of that city. company will organize to undertakethe saloon is the fort of immorality. Any the banks and the associations, '
the cancellation of mortgages,
Work has commenced on the clay work. proper
who does not know that the saloon :
man ,
I mortgages
t road from Pine Castle to the Conway The Camp Fire Girls of Fort Pierce is the implacable foe of the and for the safe custody for of bonds. :{ ,

i!', .Dad to to Orlando. have secured the services of one of Christian religion is either dead or in offered as security offered ra
as security -
'. From the report received the corn the Red Cross medical staff and will When any mortgage r 1 1
'- the insane asylum. The licensed saloon for bonds is withdrawn, the . . 00 . . 00 . .
4 T crop o( Alachua county will be the be given training in "first aid" and therefore because it weakensall .00 P . .4040..40. . .
1' the 40 '
Sank is required to replace security .
:: largest in the history of that county. nursing. three of these to O a..
', props our na- torith other or with WE SELL: 0 WE BOY: t
mortgages
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'J The City Council of Dade City have William Thaw, one of the members tional government, constitutes one of collateral. O 0 'i'r
let the contract for the building of anew .of the American Aviation Corps of the greatest dangers to our national "other satisfactory HAY 0 , ,
hall in that to cost $3- 'the Heavy penalties or fine or impris- 0 O HIDES ..
""f city city French Army received his train- life and propserity. .. i" ;
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.." The Polk County Good Roads AsBociation I been promoted for gallantry in ac Dr /dllm Miller of Ilion, N. Y., is \ of the act, malfeasance in of- O FERTILIZERS O FURS .. ;;, '" i jO '
t will hold their annual moet- bcleivcd to bo America's oldest medical I fice, or other illegal practices. 0 WOOL '
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.- lag and election of officers in Bar- Bros., of Jacksonville, have ,' mart, iii point of service. He his Archbishop John Boxano, the papal 0 SHINGLES : .' .
27th. : fenced in been a pructicing physician and surgeon 0 AND '
') tow on July already 5,000 acres of their 'delegate at Washington, will pay an ORANGE BOXES. "
The DeLand-Lake Helen' road has 30,000 acre farm in the north end of for ,seventy-two years. early visit to Bardstown,'Ky., to participate .. ALL .. '!:.
been,bricked for over a. mile of its St. Johns and will immediately ORANGE A t
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Joseph Devlin. M. P., who is play- in a celebration of the oen- WRAPS "
and the rest of the work Is stock it with blooded cattle. 0 .
length ing a big part in helpng to clear up tennial of the founding there of St.JOlleph' COUNTRY ,.. '
rapidly.They The next of the Florida 0 VEGETABLE CRATES .
,1 proceeding meeting Irish affairs, was in early life a barkeeper church, the second cathedral ,
'CS5ObO:Improvement bonds ofDeLand East Coast Pres. Association will be in Belfast. to be built in the United States.RUBMY".TISM. CRATE NAILS PRODUCT : ':
hare, been sold to the Volusia held in Melbourne in October "

: :County:Bank of that city, bringing: a The County Commissioners of Palm branch going tfeh u Okeelanta and the x 000 0000000000 . . . . .-. . ? J : ,
premium of f6 4.1 Beach county have ordered an election other west,.where it will connect with :
'a,4a uawk,'manager of .the Crystal to authorize an Issue of $150,006 the road coming east, from DeSoto Will care your Hlieam tl.m r ':

? ,'Sprtgs, Colony Company, has .of bond. for building highway from county. Neuralgia Headaches Cramps, Wesell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ,'" 'y,

%.::5i'bMI\Indicted J by Tederal grand Jury !West,Palm,,.Beach to Lake Okeechoi The surrey of the right of way for I Colic; Sprains ,Braises. Cuts.and Wi give .special attention to fitting out hunting and Damping parties. .
i: foe misuse''pf'' 4m+i1o J.f ,foe t :: the Toad will'follow''the'' Laktt the municipal ,railroad at :Miami has :Bares Old Sores, Stings of Insects Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No., 12. ,

tj't"'. rk. -"progressinr:rapidly on the Worth: pkeechobee canal for twenty been,completed,and the:order for steel l j:Etc.AmtisetBtie Anedyae,used in .Wat7iten.. are county. agents for good fertilizers. Atk i tu for,circular and pries*;"" i.:t..

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