Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 4, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00762
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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KISSIMMEE FLORIDA FRIDAY -NUMBER
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t HOWELL TELLS., SEPTIC, TANK' CO. BASS IS NAMED BOOKS WILL BE E ( METER ORDINANCE, FIXES NEW.. 'h j




;!t OF SUCCESS' SEEKS THAT PAY'FROM PATENTS CITYCLAIM WERE AS, COMMITTEE OPENED HEREAUGUST WATER RATES FOR KISSIMMEE ,:


INFRINGED WHEN 'TANKS .

WERE INSTALLED HERE IN -. s,

%' IN BERRIES- THEN.MAY BUT 1911 -DECISION NOTICE' GIVEN SINCE I CHAIRMAN ?1. COUNTY -FAIR CHARTERTO If Passed Measure Will Go


PROVES VALIDITY PATENTS. --.-.- *
'f' Into Effect On and After

*$' old 12,000 Quarts From About Attorneys Johnston & Garrett, rep- I Will I Investigate Plan to Move Registration Records To Be BE GRANTED SOON October 1 1st 4


;!j Two Acres The resenting the Camel Septic'Tallk Atlantic Coast Line Route Kept By Registrar Katz .
;" Curing Company, have made a claim updn i' Over $6,000 has now been subscribed -

thcity of Kissimmee for royalty alleged to the stock of the Osccola County MUsfMAKE
DEPOSITS'
: Kissimmee At M. Katz USERS '
Just Closed Through Store
.. tt t Season to be due the company because I ? Fair Association and there are enough .

r. r 1: of the infringement upon. the com- other prospectiv stockholders toill/ 'f'Slidial

pany's patents in the installation of : out the total of $10,000. Scale Provided For Amount to 'J
HOLD MUTING SATURDAY MAKE DEPOT INTO CITY HALL IMPORTANT FACTS TO VOTERS I "
TO septic tanks here. The charter will be granted some Be Paid Into City Treasury As i f

'yilt.,..) +.1. The letter calling upon the city! time this week and it is planned to Guarantee and Also For Rate .

"'It:.. +AII Men Interfiled in Future of City council for payment Etrtes that when This h the Idea Suggested in Orderto All Those Not Now Registered oa. hold a meeting of the stockholders i According to Amountof j

,t 'Urged to Help Make Plant for aq" | the tanks were installed in May 1911 Give Transportation Company '. Central Election Book Mutt and subscribers to stock next week in Water Used.

:; Large Acreage of Strawberries by an engineer. by the name of Xavier Some Remuneration for Expense Register in Order to Be order to choose the officers and lay ...:..-- { '!-

."' Next Season to Make Kramer notice was served upon the I of Moving Its Able to Vote is /No- plans for the holding of the first annual New water rates and a meter 'Y'j'j'

;Ni i' ., f This a Market. 'city The letter states, however, that Tracks. vember. I fair during the coming-vvi.terv:;;tterh wilt prevail: in Kissimjnee on and 1 ;.

;: :the mutter was not pushed at the I "- i It is suggested that those who in- !after October 1st, according to the i

successful straw'iry ; time because it was not then known I True to his promise CiuUIU'llmanI The general election registration :tend to take stock do so at once in
i is
'f' Clark Howell a ordinance tntrodu cod at the monthly ,
,,. ,)+." He has proven thin whether or not the patents were val- ;I Howell Bass brought before tho city books of Oseoola county will be opened ; order to .have a hand'in the selectionof : '

,tf1fact J in grower.the few he has been lo- !id and enforceable. A decision sinew ''council at its meeting on Tuesday by the new county re, istrar, E. I). the officers and the other details mooting of the city council on Tuesday :!
years
;\toed his truck farm just north rendered by the courts, the letter | night ,his plan to movo the Atlanitc Katz, at the M. Katz store on next necessary to perfecting the organiza' I night. This ordinance was road ,
|fc on
.'ft-:.'...-:of Kissimmee on the Kissimmee-Or- states, proves these patents are valid. I Coast Line tracks from along the Monday, August 7th, and thereafteron tion. I for the first time and unless objection j

: ifando' highway. His place is one of i The claim is made for 18 per cent of I lake front to the western portion of every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday arises to its Provisiona't.w111| be passed

,{.the show places! and never fails to $:J95U or about $711. The matter was I the, city. until Saturday, October 14th. ( CONTRACT LETrOR. at the next session'as' tho council 1

\-, Attract'' .attention from persons trav- referred to City Attorney O'Bryan Mr. Bass outlined his plan to the Having made his bond as required x norms unanimous in its approval. <'

,It ;, is (>for his opinion .. members of the council as indicatt-d by law and fulfilled all the other re- I The installation of water rooters ee
llng this highway. Especially
.t, in the Valley Gazette of last week quirements Mr. Katz has received his BUILDING SIDEWALKSContracts has been begun in order to complete i
\this true in the strawberry season.
;.t is and then asked that a committee beappointed'to commission from Governor Trammel! the work before October let. The u
y Mr. Howell believes that there ELAM SHIPS 1,000
i contract for this work let to R. L. '
, consider the matter. At- and is now a full-fledged registration was
ti ; a future for this section in the growrr -
'" y of strawberries, if a large enough torney Milton Pledger, who was act- officer. lie is a young man of experience for J.he building of side- .Starling at a price of$1.15 each, except -
ing i '
acreage can be secured to make Kis- HEAD OF CATTLE WEST ing ns city attorney for his law part- in both business and politicsand walks on Mabette street were let to where it is necessary to cut

simmee a market where the buyers ( ner, Lewis O'Bryan, who holds that will make Osceola county a .good lA. L. Davidson at the meeting of the through sidewalks, in which case he ,

I position, spoke in favor of Mr. Da-is' officer. city council held Tuesday night. Mr.Davidson's lift to receive $2.50. A number of meters -
and take the berries F. O.
: ,;may'comf C. B. Elam of Houston, Teas, who Mr. have been installed, but will not
I plan and Councilman Carson moved Katz explains that tbesc'books bid was $1.00 per square
B. "He that number of people
nays a has been in this section for several
be used until the ordinance becomes
'" that a committee be appointed to investigate are for any general or bond electionand yard. |
; have already planned to plant small weeks cattle made I
buying a shipmentof
too matter. The motion are opened t_ To Other bidders B. Dirlierson efT cti ve. -
I every years. were: ,
in berries this fall, but that
1J''H1: I ., -acreage ,[ 1000 head on Saturday last to the was seconded by Councilman Thomas be ['.ble to vote in the general election\ $1.10 per square yard, and N. F. Bass, { The ordinance provides a elidingscale .
: number is needed to accomplish -
::4&, .. a larger eVerybody St. Louis market. The cattle were and Chairman Thompson then .nam.-d next November the voter must be 11 1-2 (cents per square foot. of deposits which must be made
the most for con- I '
,. ( bought from the cattlemen in this section Bass chairman W. by users of water as a guarantee for "
Mr. as with- W. registered on these books. Registration The walk to be built Will be four

!T ""c cerned. who is inter- I and are said to have brought a Carson as the other member. The on the county primary books ?ron feet in width. There will be 460 lin- ''the payment of water c )arcee. ...
; He urges every man : good figure. They were dipped at the I Tho flat rate for water will be 20
: '" ested in the future of Kissimmee and committee was instiucted to evolve the city books will avail nothing. eal feet on Ma bette street and 400 >
, \ Canoe Creek dipping pens on last a plan and present it at the next Electors who registered the last time lineal feet on Mitchell street. cents per thousand gallons, with re- ;.r

;{' ,/surrounding territory to attend the Thursday and driven to Kissimmee I meeting of the body. !I[ those general election books. wereopened lictions( for .Amounts over 10,000 and yja
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to be held at the city council '
Meeting for A. C. L. '
loading at the north
I' pens Since Mr. Pass broached the ideaof need not register again, but 10.0OO gallons
I j i hall tomorrow ( Saturday) morning the PUBLIC FAVORS NEW eh
\t I : I The ordinance as originally drawn
moving yio railroad tracks in if such elector has his
or- changed poll-
.r f, 9:30: o'clock, when both he and S. T. .
f the in this lo K"'F der to give free access to the lake 'ing place it would be best for him to treads I as follows:
Fansler
' largest
, :,J..r:f. section,, will address the growers meeting and FACTORY WILL front as a start towards the beautincation ''ascertain then that the change has COURSES .IN SCHOOL I "An ordinance to govern the distribution I

" tell'their of this section and the build- been noted on the books, said Mr. .. of and the payment for '-w.

"Mu,\f: Mr. Howell experiences.picked in round num- I START ON AUGUST 20 ing of a bulkhead many other new ,, Katz. All electors who have moved I water in the city" of Krssimmee, Florda. -, ".

,jf bers 12,000. quarts of strawberries oft plans have been suggested. His planis to the county within the last two That the public in general and especially -I i 4'
the I to purchase the present rightofway j' years and all new voters, those just "Be it ordained by the council o} .
. his two acre plat during season the parents favor the inauguration -
fr. just closed and sold them for about Machinery is now being installed at of the railroad and assist the rail- '!I some of age, must register on' .these of domestic science coursesin I the city of Kissimmoo:

, :'the Tucker Woodtex Brick factory road company in securing a rightofway books. "That,, commencing October lat,
M $1500. He had an expense of about ,, I the public schools during the next
" .* $600 in tending and picking tho crop :',hand I President J. Wade Tucker stated in the western section of the city. '|I The law covering the points is as term as suggested by Prof. ''R. M, / 1916. all water furnished to re.ldontaof I

and netted about $900. He paid out :!!: this week that operation pf the plant Mr. Bass would then build a boule- '''follows, : '* Evans is plainly evident from the talk Kissimmee, shall be in the manner

$296 for picking alone, and over $100 would be inaugurated on August 20, vard similar to Broadway: with a I I "Sec. 183. Time of Registrationand heard at every public gathering. and upon .the terms as hereinafterset

I for baskets. The charges for Most of the machinery is now here parkway in the center along the : Office HoulI-The supervisor of >At a recent public gathering where. out. i 1

commissions and fertilizer, frell'M'1 and what has not arriv d has already property thus secured. This, ho believes I'registration shall l keep the registra- some evonty-flve persona were in at ""Section 1-Thct meters shall 'be

of the expense. reached Jacksonville bystcamir and would make desirable tibn books of, the county open at his tendance-a rising vote was called for installed In all residences, 'business

\telt I will be shipped hero within. a few I roperty'of 'the contiguous land and office at least three days In each week, and every person present cast' an aft houses or other places requiring

: MACHINERY IS 1 days. .would lead to the almost immediate and ,oftener if the county commissioners ffrmative vote i water and that'a deposit. shall be required

tftttF NEW The machinery is all to be installed bulkhending of the lake together with shall so order, from 9 o'clock before water shall be turned

: on concrete base and the plant the reclaiming of acres of fine land 'a. m. to 12 m., and from 2 p. m. to on, said deposit to remain to the credit "

? h. TAKEN?TO OIL WELL will be one of the most substantialin where fine residences could be built I 16 p. m., from the first Monday in Au- BAND CONCERTS DRAW of said depositor as long as partyor

Florida. facing the lake. i gust in each year in which there is parties continue to use city water.

f Why not hold some sort of a celebration It is now suggested that in the I a general election, for the registration CROWDS TO KISSIMMEE Deposits shall bo M follows j "

$ Preparations are being made to to mark the opening of this event the right-of-wry is purchased ;< of electors. And he shall give "Three openings or l,fi, ffl.OO -

r\ jume drilling at the well of the Xis.I, industrial plant, which is sure to become some disposition will have to be made j notice by publishing in a newspaper .1.. ". .caw! "Four openings ____ __.. 7.60 t

&, .sfmmee Oil Company near one of the c tf's largest industries of the present railway depot. The '|printed in his county for two consecutive The weekly concerts of the Kissimmee "More than four open'gs 10.00 i T

Park. New machinery was plan would be to widen the parkway :, weeks immediately preceding Band continue to attract automobile " "Section 2-That all water used by

; the site of the well this week consist-I I at this point and beautify the grounds''the time of opening his books, nam- parties to Kissimmee from the 'citizens of said city shall be paid for ,

i ing of 2500 pounds of cable, over 3000 I NEWS OF KISSIMMEEMEN around the depot which could easily I ing the days of the week h" will keep at the rate of twenty cents ($.20) per ,

:- feet in length, and a drilling machine | be transformed into a municipal )I'his books open. The district regis- surrounding cities. It is no uncom- thousand gallons, up to ten thousand
mon sight on Friday nights and especially -
k weighing 600 or 700 pounds. or city hall. tration officers, hereinbefore provided gallons.

:Y ; It is stated that actual work will l IN GREAT WAR Now that he has been given au- : for, shr.ll keep the registration books | on Sunday afternoons to "Fifteen cents ($0.15)) per thousand

. t;-' be started by the G. E. Southard Con- J thority as chairman of the committee i iI 'for such places therein for the our- i count twenty or thirty automobilesfrom gallons for all water used in. excess :
I
i ii i :> .. tracting Company, of Lakeland, aSI I Of the three-men who went from I Councilman Bass declares he will be- I pose of registration at least two days 'enjoying other the cities filled with visitors* |i jf 10,000 gallons up to thirtyV thou-

17r' Loon as the foicp of experts can be gin work on a definite plan to secure in each week, from 9 o'clock a. in. to concerts. 'Hand gallons.
Kissimmee to join the English Under the
of Prof. G.
f ,>({ gathered. Mr. 'Southard is an expe- | army the railroad's removal. He is determined /112 m., and from 1 o'clock p. m. to 7 leadership { "Ten cents: ($0.10)) per housand
. t i jat the beginning of 'he war, two remain 1M. Shenrouss, Jr., the band has become -
rienced oil well man rind the company o find a feasible plan and de- | p. m., from the first Monday in September -' |gallons for all water used In excess
I
in the service. R. W. M ikle- of the musical
l ,,: expects him to settle-definitely whether clares that this! action will mean the ; until the second Saturday of one recognized I of1? thirty thousand gal'.one."The .
I john was injured and discharged. organizations of the state and is
i "' not there is oil under tho surface j I beginning of an era of prosperity for the month preceding the day in each attracting I minimum charge shall be '-
Frank VansAgnew and F. J. Jenkins attention everywhere. Last
of this section of Florida. Kissimmee. in which : I
year there is a general elec $1.00 per month.
are still'serving" in the army. Mr. Sunday an especially .li.- concert was
The Kissimme Oil Company is the I tion. He shall give notice by pub- i I "Se..tion43-Water meters shall he

, c!. .. nes_.car>cexji4vhich; has taken over VansAgnew was slightly wounded by CARSON FARMER NOW lishing in three conspicuous places! in I rendered. I read monthly and all amounts due y-\\
the same shell that disabled 'lifl comrade The regular concert w'il be given
! the interests of the old defunct company his district, naming days of the week (I shall be payable! at the office of the j
but returned to the ranks, join tonight and there will i the usual
which began the work at Kissi.-n- j his books will be open, and at what I City Clerk on or befor .the tenth of
ed the bomb throwing squad and was TELEPHONE MANAGERMrs. Surn'ty afternoon concert at 4 o'clock.
mee Park. It now has sufficient capital \ particular building or dwelling he each succeeding month. If not then
to
promoted a lieutenancy. At
to continue the wolk until oil is h.9 pres- I will be. During the time that the paid water may be cut off without r } '
ent is in charge of a machine gun
discovered or it is definitely determined squad. A very interesting series of Carson Farmer, who has been district registration officer is regis- 'I NEW JERSEY MAN TO further notice.

t', that there are no oil deposits here. letters from tho trenches, written by the efficient manager of the local telephone I tering voters he may register in one I "Section 4-It is the intention of j
book and tho in this ordinance to take the of all
Supervisor another. place
him exchange for several BUILD FINE HOMEHEREAugust
appeared in. the July Scribner's years,
The registration books of each I ordinances heretofore
affecting
SUNDAY SCHOOL ASS'N and has been continued in the August has resigned her position. However, county passed -
the telephone j shall be closed on said second Saturday the distribution of and payment {
believes in
number of that magazine. company

::1':1'TO HOLD MEETING HEEE F. J. Jenkins entered the aviation keeping good people in charge and of the month preceding the dayin Hierlie, of New Jersey, has for water in the said city, and all or-
: immediately Carson Farmer her hus- I each year in which there shall be dinances or parts of ordinances In
corps and after service in France purchased 55 acres in Paik Gardens,
'a general election. \nd no : conflict herewith are hereby revoked.( ,
f --- went to Egypt for duty along the band, was offered the place and ac person southeast of the city, fro n Charles

, v';" The workers are planning to have Suez canal. That he has made good cepted. Mr. Farmer is a splendid other shall lie t.'ne: allowed than: duri.to register the at any i Straub, of Kansas, who recently purchased GET HONORABLE DISCHARGE.

I t0 the quarterly convention of the city is attested by his being given the business man and has made a suc- ; period this tract from the Nelson >-.

J . Sunday school association Sunday afternoon medal of the "dtatingaished service ooss here in the insurance bus! IBIS. said herein books provided for registration for -ha opening of elector of Realty Company. This deal' Was Five Kissimmee boys wore given" ;

August 18th. This will bet ortler." He will continue that business I.. con- *." made by the Nelson Realty Companyand honora: discharges from military

t i a test of zeal at the low tide; but nection with his duties as telephone _ G. F. West, of Allen county, Kan- service in the National fuard duringthe
: NARROW TREAD
CARS NOW.
,.: perhaps that is well. : manager and has moved his otficJ i GE"" FINE MOOSE IICAD. sas, who is general sales agent of the p scent week. They were Earl1

....., The Sunday school is one of the ; All the new models of automobiles i to the headquarters of the companyover propertyfor Mr. Straub.Mr. Lupfei V. H. Peake, Lawrence Tress ,

'' most effective organizations for use- sent to Florida this season are of the the State Bank where he r-' I Hitrlie ian expcri--: far I J. M. Johnston and J. B. Walker. d ;
local ;
The
lodge of Loy. I Order of
!'4 ful service, and is making steady ad.vancement -* 66 inch tread, instead of 60, as was I look after both businesses. His man.' :mer and has ]let the contract for the Mesii f take, Walker and Johnston
Moose No.
!4S'i, is juotlj: proud of
'//j I in the improvement of formerly used here. The 66-inch friends will be glad to note his em-, the fine mounted Moosa head whl.Farrived erection of a fine home on the prop were already at home on furloul'hl.while a;

\ ethodl.I tread has always been the standard I ployment as manager of the companyand I fiis .. : erty. He has shipped in OT.*> of the Lu.ifer and Tress were in campvrfih -
wee! It is head of
,." These conventions bring together tread in the north and only a few that he will prove a first dais' Canadian .the best spans of mules ever seen r.n this[ Company B.t Black Point.
arid
a moot sac purchased
.'Ie' tho.leading workers for mutual count southern states used tn.-wider,.tread. manager is the, opinion of every one from Edwin Dixon taxidermist section of't1ie country and a L' 7 mn-. They w( .e expected to return home
atUnlnnvilTe
:
of them.
i 1.el.! Vnd encouragement, and are both]i The automobile manufacturers have Ontario, Canada The tity. of'model'll farming mi.hinery.'. today. ty tyThe

: ,.;tDr- lyjUablS| and Indispensable. 'now. made the 66-inch tread standardfor Mr. and Mrs. if. E. Stephens left head has been placed 1.the lodge'room .rte He expect:i to farm the land hy mod fir't- -department has recently
Th:forees of Kissimmoe should becln the entire country. Some dUl'ieul'ty ,metnods:
for
yesterday Glenn :
I' Springs, S. C., where it Ia a constant reminderof received '753: feet of new hose and: '
now to- shake: off their lethargy will be experienced for a time in where they will spend two weeks, after the noble 5
of the
: qualities animal ME.VS MEETING. Bat. had new tires placed the Are
nd ready for this meeting negotiating the sand, loads, where the which gn{?
f ipet they will visit Ashevillo.Waynosrflle from: whose life history the lodge has truck. The department baa also 'r, r"
ready to put force In It, and get helpRah ruts have been made by the wider and resorta in North drawn Its It Methodist
: precepts maesuro Borne At the ) Sunday schoolrooms been equipped with a tire earing'outfit ; -
\}' I t&'Om" it. .cars, but when once tht 66-Inch Carolina. During Mr. Stevens' absence eight or ten feet across the horns luid, at o'clock Sunday afUnoon.All which holds the weight of the machine t "

,t. Rah! Rahl! fry the Sunday('treads biome general a new rut will Vernie Baa wB! be in charg.the bead proper :shows that ,the anl. *-mir it lcr'boyt-cwrdlaliy inYMfcdl:";Z off the tire* w? ile 1f.ls not,b fa '
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j'achool cause! \soon Se made by them. at the A. Cs I freight office. '
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10' ". FRIDAY, AUGUST..1''!
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NEWS AND NOTES OF THE' "WONDER:- CITY" FROM dUR OWN suing: the Journal' and Year Book in smokes into your system .

a f days. A from
.(fw; program it, ar ..
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTV '
Albert .
ranged carefully: will furnish a :' You've heard many an earful about the Prince ( '

splendid evening's entertainment, instructive patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you '
MrB. Bessie vice president Aline" Moon xjcrclary, T bank roll that J t tit
Anna Meatyuid, I ; and enjoyable-"All for smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake your ,
Daniel and-) two children' left Wed- Lillian Mayes treasurer, Ruth Fishier m .
'
Christ. of the day. .
arid Zelinm Ifa voluntary offering IS proves out every hour
i liesdi.y morning to1 fpcnd some time ; lookout cotnmittcLucy '

jit Champaign/ 111. Fisher; flower committee. Bertha taken, 25 cents of same is /asked for Prince Albert has always been sold ,

Dr. L. C. RiJdie ban returned nf- I Brenner end I.eliaM Quade. One payment on postage, if no remittancehas without coupons or premiums. We RI N EE y ?

tcr pending month at his home in visitor I present -Mise HentricoOllar, been sent from "Echo meeting" i prefer to give quality I t
t
South Carolina. jof Kissimmee. After the business '

meeting Mrs." Gilbert; surprised the Secretary A. nVcrgne Blue, of There's sport 'smoking a pipe or rolling
'A.' A. Mii tin ltd( Ilii'i morning for
: i ,11111 by serving ice cram and cake Gainesville district, reports Live Oak -own but know that.you've got xl {
Tcnn. whole lie expects your you
.Johr.son City, LBERT
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to 'ay f"I' a\.'hih'. i jof her own make, which was delicious. Seniors us revived.: union, at work to have the right tobacco! We tell you r PPrince
Other girls arc invited to join and under Miss I.nuretta Anderson. lieis !

Mr aid, :MrA.. l.i.i ..iMirmn! have 'bring, / their fancy work. Next meet g'l'llillrupidly/ in touch with the : Albert will bang the doors wide

bought\ tin- property and, m >ved t 10 'king will be held the third Tuesday of Leaguers over his district for a glorious : open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke t.

Kentucky avenue and J JTth -t I-L. I t this month at the Lome of Lillian yoar;: 191i-17.( \ firing up every little so often, without a i

M. I K.; K'Uir and, wife flan", < 'hi.-!1- Mayes. regret You'll feel like your smoke past : ?

Ifo, 111. came fast, Thui d.iy evening Tallahassee Seniors held an "l''hllw"tinK" ) ,J has been wasted and will be .sorry you cannot :'

and stopped :.t the Boinir (House, but I .:- {:- .:- .:. {:- r,. {:. '} :, : .,. .y: -:' .:. / with Hinson 'and Huva la I back for fresh start. a. I N'

hate pure In. -i-i: tlv Owi-ns property) .:- SHLNC.LE: ('HEElI \:. Lea[ lIe"1'" at the latter place, "pii; ",.,- "-_ n up a m L
and expect to .:. .:- .:' .> {:. -:. .:. .:- .:. .:. {:- -:' .:> <' '
on :Minm-ota avenue j lug on much enthusiasm and infor ,. - You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a

im-kt this. their home- I nation gained: at Sutherland confer thousand-dollar bill 1 Its worth that in happiness -

Mrs.\ I Palmer and ,son have arrived I On Thursday night/ nn ice creamUocial ence. .

from Homo, Ohio and,\ lire I ( much I was given at the school house and contentment to you, to every man S +

k pleased! with our \Worn! -r (C'ty. for Hit! beiK'lit of the Epworth Lea- I Miss I.eonlia }Robert.of, Key '''e.t, : who knows what can be '

" O. i E. lien left, from" Colorado: arrived gue. A large crowd was in attendance is the now secretary of :Miami district. r o D pi' gotten put of a chummy r'

lisl!: tai< .-k mid; ;i.s nllll h ,pli-,ned) and all enjoyed the evening.Mrs. / South.Secretary 0 e o t jimmy pipe or a makin's 1

{ \ with) our rity. J. H. Stoffee left Monday for I ,. "' ,,I"" :' \\ i &' are tt e with f

W. II. (Cook" flout Cal'foinia, is her school at Mulbejry Mound. Mrs. : II. M. Blackburn i is trmelinjr ',';'1 \I Prince Albert for ri
't
here and is a "fuc.-t lit tin-, Bona ISLt I .ITce is an experienced teacher and I for Southern College and tullEp'orth ,- i 'd\, \ '. t h 'IWfc\ '\I:,:1:\ u packing 1 h

1 lous! -. ''cariies with her the good wishes of mj Ieufuat I | rumc timeFor I 1 Q \ THE.PrIne.I .

:11 11'. andIii.! : Hum, (.f' Nareoosse", her many friends: for her suckers. a few day he will l he at furl 11 i11SIPIR\\\I ': r ' K.J KETNOLDS TOBACCO CO. red tin. and tidy In ; ,1'Ig '

wre in St. (Cloud) ,.sV'I')>|"ing: on Wed I. iuderdule) and other East: ('oumt I \ E ..........Salo.! N. C. fact every Prince
:Mrs. r;. B. Woodalllnd children | II..C, ,SC c \W, Albert ...c...... has rYr
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nesday. Florida I c: :'IC: "V Till*1* the retort s reel meeaage-to-you d ,
towns.
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-'[ailiL'rttll'n'K| some imp with friends I \. ft S Tlv Tfe1jnlTr !;nvtriur 1"0 ,; ..&C _" .. ,
Royal | in Kissimmee this w'exk." i " S rad un read Proc** PatentedJuly ,
'c prise. and fn-vwel) party Monday evening President Carfield; Evans of Sutherland r OC.I I QEP'10\ \\ 3tnh. INn That means '
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Govern
United States
that the *
Lee Hobbs, Paul Druwdy, CurlyleHronsoiv a 1'1 1 \\\.G\\c'' \ \
in liono- of MI" .. A ma Meatyard!, spent Sunday with St. Petershurjj r 111\ A \ HE +'wN0 "\\ ;. meat !h.. granted patent on the 3
and Howaid Bass motored 1 1 I' rrorr. bv which Prince Albert lamadr r,lM
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on her departure to viMt with friends afternoon. leaguers, and had a pleasa it I I I RGG ,) V'\'\ fO flf 't\j' And b.' wnirh fonrfue bff end ,ii,
to the creek Sunday fU\ ,
I
Il'Iut \ j thrOMl pmrrh mm cut out t Kv.r"*
I ,,'W
' in the North.Thf I visit with Gulfport Seniors at Bay 11'G gllyG 11l11
: on'oluold"ou'lIt1nd
wh..ot>
Mr. Hobbs was bidding: farewell to 1 i
,
Endeavor Society of \ MtL: e 1 II'I'r\ Prince Albert' awaiting' jrou #
Christian
his friends ns he will I leave in a few View Motel. Next: Sunday he expects' I ,1 :. 'i ..".'Q P\\ "I'' \\\ '\ : , in loppy red bas k. tidy
the Presbyterian, church will hold n to meet with 1'mellas 1'ark :I':'' \ \ \ 1.l N : : red Una. loc handaome r
Ixaru-r- l't1''i
; p \ \ "IS
his ( : I \\d51 "" \ : '.
Ga.
days for hoax in (Columbus \' 1111 re
social Thursday evening, at the,, )homeof time. We wish forhint and to reoiram/.c at Lcllmrn.Sutheiland G PI, R EI \I'\I, 1 '" R Oc.t. 1'91, \ 1 1\\\ .. ., roind.ndh.nroeuna tin humtdnr..nd Inthat c ,
to spend some Q "" '
Mrs. Portis. pleasant time. \ ,,1 \\ .. )\\"\.< \\'Jrw;: : a \
very
1 Harry Williams, who has been Uilsing ] ,eaguc i"5" --tiidyi'ii. '11 \\' '\ s10 .. ,
\'(-I'no'VootlalJ., who has a position ''r ,' 'hat lrerpaUieKto
months' businccourse ) rlt."O '''l''n
a three (mrad"i" in Sorx i itTI"v hold l : \ "' ''uU "tin In ouch M",
.. with the Bell Shingle I (' r., near : \V"co! Ns \ \ bar c undltlonIwaral, ,'
,
P lit Tampa came home" :bIn'ehi morning. regular council I and: \\ hm isjness 111'' '1111':- '" 'I \..,..\_ \\.. '
Conley, spent Sunday with homefolks II\\ 0.\ "
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1
Their i I '
: litciar- socials
monthly ; ;nmanapreil < "" "' ''\iIl.'
here.Grady :
'hunn has moved into his ivwplace I '
Dr. liy :Misses, Huth fatter-I I "OO,

on :Massachusetts! ( .. avonrc.Mrs. i ;" Cromnrtie sp--nt" ) the vcjk and l Elvis Itll'ff.nwoI.th> ; vice pridont '- \.

Grace; Ashtcn and! daughter end visiting/ relatives at Davenport.Mr. ) i Howard, Walkvr. nnd Secretaiy, I -

tKvelyn left Friday list: for .11I,,"'
Vfllo, .nnd expect! to go "'> to Philadelphia :Mrs. I. P. Tison and C. Button were most efficient. Mist Christine !
r II equipped' ) with niod.-in( marhinery!
Pa. I'St. Cloud visitors Sundny.! \. Stout and, Davenport appoint ushers I i _.c
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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Standford and I Mrs. Will Bronson and. inildrenxyisited \ for church service. I Newsy Notes About Floridat" throughout. i ..,T

Miss Marie Huddleston, of Ki.ssim- her siser, Mrs. Walter Bronson, : \
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The farmers ofVrb. making ,
mee, and Mrs. W. J. Sears' and son Sunday.Mrs. I !Miss Elsie Winterkill/ leads Julf- Gleaned From State -t .ne from-

( Joseph, of Washington I). C., were I Arthur Alderman is spending port Seniors. They have regular l"us- PapersII their ", ','ond i-utting ,"I I hay :;

; St. Cloud visitors on Monday. I this week with her parents: Mr. and I mess meetings and hold their devotional Soudan grass., The 1111"I'| tins r

r Mr. Howcll has moved into the Mrs. P.: G. Cromnrtie, here. services each Sabbath at 1-1.-;: ) year. \\1I1"e (the, I.lIg''J'' t raised ,!

i property formerly owned by Dr. i I Mrs. F. II. Tyner and! children visited p. m. planting of peas and peanut its death. This is the second findingof ; f fI )
that
in; .section.\
Chunn on Indiana avenue. her parents near Winter Garden I are, reported at Edison Junc a dead manatee reported in the
d
.
Ths: Lake' Shore Club held a progressive (Ilast. week. St. Petersburg Intcrmcdi..te and I tion. State in the last week. I ,
Woik has been )liegui. on enlarging; \
f>00 party at their club house :Mr. and Mrs. Fox and! children and. Junior ,
Leaguers' are workingtineh"
I I it In- ,iitiu-, |JIIO ""11[- sou, r nl", the Winlir -;
the lake front Thursday: ""vpning. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Garrett motored. The County Commissioners of Manatee
\ on under :Miss Nannic :Matchett. :Mrs. Tho n"'w lee (County Hospital w is I lli\i>-i I (Iitiu-, ( ;ii-nu" ,-i i "' ,ocla' 4.

\f Dainty) refreshmens served. to Sunford and other points Wednes Vanl"vke, the. 'regular !leader, i is away Lhrown open for the reception of pa- county have ordered soundinto ;;, Hun' and will In- < oniili-ti-il| !before the v Tbala's

The New York V.-UVUIIK' Association for vacation. :Miss :Morten ;*
t day.Mrs. presidtover ients' \last wcv.'k. be made of the river bed lookingto season opens. J,
met on Tucday afternoon in Oak I John Thomas was a Kissim- Seniors. ..
the construction of a bridge 111'1'0the ,!
Grove Park. Twenty-five: memberswere niee visitor' Wednesday. <. I I '.'
I The .Ault apiary, nt Cortez, has river between Palmetto and liia- ( ] new. $IOOKMewerage( ) ( sys- r1
present and one new member Percy Cromartie visited home folks President Evans visited Ehren

and two honorary members were taken here Sunday and Monday.Mr. :: League recently.. Miss Jonnie Ma taken out since March 3,500 pounds dentown. tern is ready for_use. t(,

AH enjoyed plear.nnA-. after and Mru. R. G. Floyd d. little from their hives. ;
a, fti>.. McCall is president of this new )f honey i to i
the' Seventy acres are being planted
'Though strawberry ;
noon together daughter Edna, Mr. and Mrs Jiftins League and President Fulwood John i n season
roselle at Lake Hamilton!
The Epworth League. ahd the Christian Smith, Miss Vivian Floyd and son leads the new League' at Odessa.: ',Ar: considerable'' building' boom is closed oclcially some months ago 'm't(; : . rThe

'Endes vors' of tho Presbyterianand Miss Alma "Shuman "were pleasant Both arc 'in. Ocala district.IJev. ender way at Indian Rocks, one of Plant City, yet 'there have been a ..;

Christian churches have agre-d callers at he Woodall) home Sunday Tampa's seashore resorts. nuniber. of quarts of berries in thelocal {giowors' i-i the Sanford electionsir .
->-ltIi .reiidj. to t1ei1! } fall
mask all and | |gr plant' t
!summer, some :
., to hold union meeting during: the nexts afternoon J. I. Kilgore, President Klori a

six weeks. The first rnion: meting, i Mr. and MVs. Fox and! daughters/ Ida Epwoith League Hoard. i U ailiinjrinK Woik has, 'been. stalled in the Sar x- of the growers; are still picking.It .I "I" I.
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will be held next Sunday right at called on :M It.. and :Mrs.. Walter Bron- for a League, rallyutil, Annual ,ota-V,.II"-" I'J, I ilitiict.. Twi-nty- ;
Tw t'ni.' rind, .,
is ( i.tx I diillai wapud
stated thllto..k
the Golf;
6:15: in the I'I'C..byterian church un- ,son Sunday aftcrnoo.i. ( 'tinfereMce in (cla) n. xt 1 Decei.ibei, ix null--.. of roud will lie! built. on ,
.
1\M-i-K.fm
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.1 .1 at Hull l.
dc-r, the leadership of :III.-" Delia) Sane There will IK preaching rer-vkes at Const railroad will cornnifin-c' at ofhTim -' .nnfiiie
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Ir.) 1. S. Paiki-r.' of N'a hv II.-, is c\ .V H I' ( 'alto", of Au-adia., '
of the Epworth I I. -aguo. I tlv> usual hour sat uld.n' night andSunllz'y. .pected' to he prcmeut.Rec. : Fire destroyed) o\er $:,OOO worth! road will start from \Vm.i" ,

Roy Whittier has. accepted! : :i ;i'oRition .* Epwrith I League\ at (U; ::\11Everybody ,f !liimlu-r in the l.ovnng lumhirards i whole ate the ,,''lulh..n teimnuN .f

as cleik. ;in :II ,r. :Mils 1 /nu-i-iy( invited I I I-'. :.m1.( Ends:. of Live Oak. , !.t Safety Harlmr last week.Affording . I the Seaboard !'I1I1'o"d.! and l \\ill i nID ', NUMBER 40 FOR'THE BLOOD i
:MiCiill! tab will I
I. ; 'II' it ronncit HI h
store New.01'' -- ----
on) avenuf.James "
has. fiMIcii, his. ihaifrc. I'our -
"PLACE\: OF) SMALL SPRINGS.: ueon "
the Charlotte lluibur and Nom: Un '
( Johnston. of KI i".Il".1" are new', with nurse than ,sixty newnumbcis. ; 1 to reports thsweet po- n ,KjiU: -< I Kifulniis liunioi-H from the

a St. Cloudisilor i on :Mond.iy.Mrs. I I I I're lent i Clrytun Ie\! <'ii ''ato crop afl.illibndge is ,doing/ 'V .11 mail, to lioru! Granile. l.loiitl. xx hull, ,run si- constipation" ma,11111 ,
of inAl'lzona'
.: W. Barley :Mrs. :Mary \\inrenbMg Tinhistory the aborigines: has. Pleasant] Hill loi>ruv-. :Mr- Josii11:1 ,\ith pioimse; of lunge: yields. "li">iiiniti'.iii; sore." ulcers, pimples '.
: is extensive, for on plain. The progressive citizens of t tin-;,
v ; Roy Van Den berg, Harry ct-( (Get;
,' : Bell the Bradford. League./ President ( n at Osceola" Pharma-,
'on and. in the cliffs there San Antonio section "I
mesas are
arc planning
Todd, Kvadnn Morris, RuthVyle, ', ,I \V. H. Kletcln-r' I :-ads ( )'Hri n The connecting link between Bralantown rv on a guarantee, to satisfy.TAYLOR'S.
many ruins of ,pluoccupied:, by the road and] bridge district ami will, ,,
p-
; Floyd :Mo.shi-r 1 and Ruth Kuis; nee I I Seniors and :New Hope is to lie and! (Talma Sola divide is too .
early people. Some of these ruins perfected titian the coniitii.ssionei, ,.
county (I'Pasro
s "
camping at Lake Alligator a part of in a few days.fine shelled. This link is three miles
this week. must I.'l"'y old. However, it is believed i 'ing.The. county to call an elertion, 'n

1 W. Q. Reynolds: has returned, from that the number of people living i i han authorize live issuance of $ll'>(oliin, ) of rI I
:; a new' Epwotth League.Full
a weed's\ trip to Tampa ; in the region at any time may not I particulars luter. South Florida Grapefruit; Com- good road bond to build,) u road'( th ,twill 1

Mr. and! Mis. Enttiktn. of :NJJCOO-, have been great for the aborigines has, filed petition in involuntaryhankl'upl..y. connect with the hard roads, into i

frequently' moved from place to place'The my Tampa.J. .... BEST , /
( ere, were in St. (loudhopping! onTuesday. large
grape
r : Mrs.: Gus A. i Davis, who so ,successfully They own a :
eafly of !
expeditions Spanish explorers -
i lead: the Junior"'; at :Mcdenn'-y: II, nit (fro\e! ne..r Palmetto.
L. D. Ltimb and f-imily, arrived found many jiulK'los. The (G. Boyd, of Bald\\ in. has, -e I I BLOOD I:'
,
home Monday after s pen.ill\1" a f.-w I I first, Spaniard t t-o enter Arizona was 'is Rochelle ut present vi.ilinher/ parents at :Manatee county commissioners cently purchased from Lei\ i-. IIlId' A'.

weeks at I'arkfid] :Minn.Mr. :Marcos de Niza a Franciscan" friar, Georgia. hive,;: made application to the War I.ighlsey, four hundred and, rim"- t It MEDICINE ,'\

t and! :Mrs. John Carlm!, who I who crossed the southwest, corner in1:30.Ay : for permission to construct head of cattle for which he. paid S <. .
Miss re-elected Department
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I have been tim : ear later Niza': led ('01'0- Ruby Hyrd ;; secretary 000, to stock his ranges.A FOR RHEUMATISM
Spelling some athe streams
of Talluhassei district, and seven bridges< across
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nado to the Pueblo country, and two YourGvnDn/jaisT Guarantees
KIIU j
t Owen home "
I'g' Ky., came t :Mr. 1.. I'. :Mean:,, who succeed-. A.iallagher I sit that county. it tf Ytu"ffmtltfi Yiv frt/fiat:
I ) Wednesday. small expedition, I fiom this great ex-j new packing houw at BIll h.in 'm Jt
) ploring peaty visited' the Hopi | (; in Tampa: district: i is planning i is being constructed.. PRICE $|cj PULL PINT BOTOE
W. S. Alyoa !spent Tuesday, in Or I coun- C. Benbow, of :Manatee county, It will ic\ '' |
i great( victories. "All I I for Christ"in (0.
lando. I t try. The1' present Indian population I the first, silo in .000)() feet of /floor space ;inl, will' ,., .
of the this the binner: Miss Honnie E4kcllb. , :Mi-- I'eail; state is neatly12,000: I district. a close. second.MAUDE (hut county. It is a hundred ton silo -- ---L. r j

Ilass, (". :M. A"i-tr.-.smitli, and Du''". I The) cord Arizona is taken" from, commenced the filling of it

'+ Warner band were concert umongtho in KI",".'..,.IIIIU\l'l'who heardthe last" .the. \ (I'apago to signify' language place of, in small which:"'prinl It{is.sid Ocala, July 'il. ) ; League B. LITTLE Editor.A 'this id he week.has CALOMEL. IS MERCURf 1! IT SICKENS ii


U. S. (Geological; Sun'I'Y.n'at' .
Sunday evl'iiing. special I I election will he held in Dr. A. II. Logan/ U. S. veterinary

Next Thursday night; the Baracea -:.\-; nun I y: --prehistoric relios I Hroward county August 22 to decide Held agent, has been in Manatee coun- ACTS ON LIVER LIKE. DYNAMITE t t"Dodson's

class win have social and bu.siivss,
a have bean found near Vero. :Many of I whether intoxicating liquors shall be ty demonstrating the use of hOI

?' meeting at the home of the: teacher them have been sent to the State sold in that county. Present indications cholera serum to the cattle and hug y

jy Rev. G. W. Brown, at nest Haven. Museum. The : in that county. --t.
deposits of fossils is are that it will carry for the"drys" men
Liver Tone" Starts Your Liver llro' glnrnnter-do. to drug k
t" The stork ..paid a visit, o\n Thursday my any
I seemingly very large and rore.I by a large majority. 'J ,tore mil',) K'" a :r>(0| cent |h"ttl", < of Iod- 1
i last to tho home of Mr. and Mrs. The Southern Investment Companyhas Better Than Calomel and Doesn't .WII'M, I." ,""r 'Isis'! 'lake .u spoonful to- W

1 F. M. Harden and left a baby boy. I I I Ii. The Florida Fruit Syrup Company, just received their rond machinery ii'K'I't' uii'l<1 if ,it dooHn't straighten you ?i.

Mrs. Burke and son Norman left i Magnolia Balm of Fort Pierce, has already put out and the work on roads in their Salivate or Make You Sick right! up and snake you feel fine and iII :
r last for Tifton I|_'"n""' |Iy morning I want you to go 'C:
on Thursday Mo., four thousand gallons of pineapple [ properties: will be rapidly pushed to hack" to the store and $
where they to make- their future i.the F.ce Powder Listen to Take. Ret your money. ta 1
expect liquid used by famous since commencing operations a completion near Venice.! me no more niok- OiHlm.n'a, Liver Tone i itl the
.1s. home. '"'.uli.... If you hay. SUD.........Tan or syrup I ening, salivating calomel! when bilious or i ale of- calomel "because it destroying is real livermedicine p)
few weeks They are now man- $i
Fracklaa ago.
constipated. Don't lose
1u ) Mrs. Manypcnny and Mrs. Hatcher: the try bum Magnolia and removes&alm. It Tan quicklylops and! ufacturing crushed pine apple vine- Tho Souh Florida Press Association Calomel In\ mercury or a day's quicksilver work I ; entirely vegetable, therefore ilt:::;:... .. lj.:
i'' wet with Mrs. F. O. Gilbert on Ohio ; last week and which can not salivate or make you sick. q 9J 9\\,'
.Blemtahea. MaVea your akin soft and gar. met in Tampa causes necrosis of the, bon..... 1 Dodr.."
,t avenue on Tuesday afternoon to help smooth.' Easy to uaa and transacted several matters of important Calomel, when it come Into contact I on'a guarantor( that one spoonful of ; \
Liver Tone will .1 luaaiahUver !
a organize a children's society. It I aura to pleas La.'.. K of the with sour bile crashes into it, breaking put your .(
I\ was ( Mad EffKttV Ltutfw 1 .Urn TwHC. business Wayne Thomas to work and clean boweligjU. r
it This your
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decided to call it the Dorcas Club and Three .tSAMPLE DOM Not Grip MT Dbtyrb the. Stomach.In Plant City Courier, was elected l pres up. and wh..n. you fl that awfulnausea that sour bile and constipated VKC "''kt 1
.
Wlal', 'P/}, Real-R.d ,' addition to other properties Las-Pos -ramping. If you are slugiih which ia clogging and mak- /. '
to meet the fret and third Tuesday: and "aJl your system
knocked
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75. a o....w.w is w.li....... ftmtshu Cascars acceptabl* form a ident.A liTer out, if. your ing you feel miserable. I ruarantesrtbai.. fj
of each month at the homes of the U torpid and bowels. constipatedor
s stimulating La atJT.andToaic. LaxrPoa a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone wUl.1!!
different girl, all to bring: their fancy FREEeelwast acts effcctiTely and doc not gripe not Manatee cow and *W were tongUe you, If have breath headache. i. bad, dizziness. coaled keep your entire family feeling One for ,,1!. "

V + work. The following officers were ? sask z:N.ll. disturb stomach. At the same time: it aids found dead) in the Aneloto riW last just take a apoonful of or harmless stomach. aour. months Gin It-to your ehildreo. It I* 1
Dodon'
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t' elected l : President, Kathrine Fair; digcstiea aroues the lITer and McretionswidtCBtotM week. No cause could be -f ourtd for I Liver Tone oa my guarantee harmless; doesn't grips and then Uk its : &a
the healthy tuac Iooe. SOD rUasut taste),
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f 2 NOTICE Or ELECTION.th : ,or an natu'a1lae4 citizen or tit* t ctndanta, shall be denied the right to
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' "WhareaR the LeerUlature of IMS. tina ,. register and vote because he shall not
the Constitution. of 1881 of the be, ,..ble0 read writ and Interpret Rust Mite and White Fly Are Busy
to of Florida, did pass three Joint Any section of the Constitution of the INFORM TION
r- -'re-solutions proposlnsr amendments tc j'Slate' of Florida a* above provided; of 1
M the Constitution of the State of Florl. because he shall not own property ol
....., mid the, same were aitreed to by iil the value above specified; naturalisedultlmen *i

I vote of three-fifths of all the member I I of the United Stales, however, t ._, .!.. Ngw'to Insure FruitRust
1r .elected to each house- that the Rote. at the time dt.rlt/p::! and before'thev ,. Spray Bright
DTI '*ald joint resolution were. .."t.tored'Upon hall he register I shall ,
their, respective Journal, with present to the registration officer certificate GROVE; GARDEN AND FIELDConducted '

the determine yea and 'and nay*direct thereon' that, and the theidid salt' authenticated of his copy naturalisation thereof or.ot'a duly, mite' is'working havoc .end white fly l* og-'aln actlv in

joint resolution be submitted to the Sec. i. Upon the Con.fltutlon. thlamendment citrus fruit grove These pe.ta'wi11 create much damage if ,not., of, .i
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elector of the State' at the preneraelection to the lbl.eaislatur. .
In November. ,. 1111. shall enact appropriate by )Mrs N. M. G. Prang Department tanager Wilson; checked or eliminated.immediately
Now therefore. 1. M, Clay Crawford, law. to carry the purpose of thli. Florida's fruit crop-Is about 60' "normal. is
y only cent It
1 ;Secretary of State of the Htate of Flor.Ida. amendment Into effect. ft .Toonter Ferllizer Co. per
do hereby p-lv* notice that a general : : stated by experts that less than 10 per cenjt of the fruit' will be .
The vote cast In compliance with
election will be held In each noun "
ty In Florida on Tueeday. next succeedIng said proposed amendment. and th* s 1 bright unless it is sprayed very lOOn.
the first Monday In November. A. canvass, declaration and return
U. 11118. the said Tuesday being. the. thereof shall be subjected to the *.me Using Ground Lime. In a great many other phases of crop If your trouble is rust mitt begin spraying at'oneo with.NIAGARA
seventh day of November for the rat regulation and restrictions a* .are I SOLUBLE SULPHUR COMPOUND and follow with another :
tflcatlon or rejection of' the said Joint provided by law for general electionIn I would -thank you for your advice production. There are some plants J I
resolutions proposing amendment tthe the State -of Florida. spraying every four to six weeks. :
In whereof I have hereunto relative to limestone in that really make a better root systemif
Constitution to the State of Flor. testimony using ground
If white fly is the must with the old
set my hand and affixed the Oreat I I pest you spray reliable'
twice but the
Ida, vie
4w : they are transplanted ,
of which net
citrus
Tans a part was
.. Seal of the State of Florida at grove, SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE and keep it at regular intervals '-
,
A Joint Hi-solutlon proposing an amen. hasse the Capital thin the twenty-fifth last January and the balance a year general decision is that this is not up :
to section of Article of.the day of July. A. D: 11111. until the grove is cleared. ;
iN merit State Constitution relating to tile. Seal H. CLAY CRAWFORD previous. About half of the land is enough to pay for the extra work and t

tlon and nnanoe SS-Smos Secretary of State and and the other half that as a' practical field\ proposition
pine palmetto
Be It Resolved by the Lnllatiir of Order Now ail Spray, For Brlgbt Fruit
the State of Florida: MOTH OK APIM.irATIIHI TAXDKKU : prairie. Some in this section are applying olle transplanting i is all that shouldbe
..
C. - That the following amendment crKilcXlon IMJKH SIC/TilIN: HT4 AtlDZara
I 9 of Article) II of ,the Constltutlon IKM'HAI: "TATI'TIC" OF ground limestone bllt- the prop- given. We are enclosing hit J. Schnarr & Orlando Florida

\, and nnniue of tbe State In hereto relating agreed"" to taxatlo to and lull 8TATH OF FLORIDA.' osition does not appeal to me, though showing the length of time it takes Company, ,

.hall I be submitted. to the elector ol Notice I* hereby given that w. 1 L I may be wrong. ''I the various crops to produce from )
the 'State'' for adoption or relwctlon HI Barber purchaser of Tax. Certificate. or I i
,. the next tteneral elettlon hereafter: No*. 111. Ilk 129 ISO and 181. date Answer-In using ground limestonethe seed and by this you can judge the :
,. that la to SHthat Hectlon It of Artl.ole !-. 6th day' of July A. I>. 1K14. hA. filed. betaken time that wish to plant. No one
'T local situation must you
II of the. pitnatltutlnn/ of the Wt"tbe < said certificates In m'- office and hai always LI
Fertilizer Jacksonville Florrda
1'. amended to read an followsHettl'in : made application for Tax Deed to IHUI leI into consideration.l ( There are can tell just when would be the most Independent Company, ,
t P Then shall be exemjnfrom In accordance to law
C" taxation ptoperlv to the value 01fle I I Said certificate embrace the follow probably however, not eight places profitable time; the seasons are long

t h..ndr.1 doHnm ,lo .every widow I Jog described lands, l lying and 4>elnnsituate .j and it is impossible to predict when
thnt brie' a family'' dependent on her fin l In osciola Count. State il out of ten in Florida that have not e

'ur, upixilt and n. every person who In Florida. to-" II : been limed in the past three or four 1 frosts might occur or when high or s
of the t Stilland and 9 of Block 17
hon< 11.' > nldeitt Lute 3. 4. 7. 8 ;
c.-k lost n limb or been distillled In war hR"1 Lots I. 2 and 3 of Rlock 21 : Lola t, years that do not need lime A .J<"ood low markets are to be. g '
l>\' mlsfoitunt. A. 7 and s of Illnck 22 : Lot 1 of Hlock r Bill .I.t 'B
;iI"" 27 and .Lot 23 of Itloclc Sll, all of calm lime content of the soil( is he basis of I "BigCrop"

,', A .I.\Int II..eublhw] 'I".ln././r ..n.. I lots being.. In the. Florida Pralnecl Land fertility Not as actual plan food, hut I Hammock Land for Vegetables
l, Am..n.ln"t to S.-ctle.iis 2. 3 and 4 "i Cotnpaii> M Kulullv'Inloii' No. I.
. Artlili \'II "f the "OI".llull".or lbtat. <. The snlil ands bring assessed In the for the nutralization of acids which I propone to clear several acres of -5 Says: Last year NeighberJoacs used Blow.
'. $ .. "f 1'1.,1.., . ti luting to rensui name of R. I*. Rusnell O. H. Kyle. K.
and iMMtrllnnmi. Saoand S 12 Sexton at the date accompany every (base of decomposition new brown to gray hammock land l for err Ground Limestone. Six acres plaited to

lie tin It. Mute Hesiilxefl' of Florida'"' tin. I.i Klxlaturc' a.t of Issuance snld of cerllncntis said, certificates1'iilisa shall be re- and which by their presence fair egg plants. Will they do well on a1R- tomatoes paid big. Figure he made more than .

"S, Tint the following amendments tithe cleill. il HI.i.riling. to law Tax Deed .would,! retard further process, for nitrifying sucK soil which is well drained' How $400 by using line and cultivating right. Using

.m b.!I .i.iiKtl'ullon,nul. the Hinni of Ih.t are t Snl.h'.'r..,M of. ,,1 MorIdi <1',1 will, Issue. _\. tin D ron I'HfiHneHH .oil the 28th clay olVnuiint bacteria which ull growersnow I I much potash would you advise nnd I,., Blowers on his grove this year. Say it's powerful aa

to 10.1 1 tin Kiiliu. shall I... sulnnltttd 1ithi \\ .m'' hand and off Icial\ of seal July ntKlKKlmmei fully appreciate would soon l"e ,I when should second application of i / good stuff."
11,1I" this the 2Mh day ,
the
b.'t I .r 'hi Stale III icetie.m I
t "in'
-
F *il 16.t killed their i I fertilizer he ? How much l Blower Ground Limestone swsstsns and lm>
..I.II..M III I'Mll I fur rntlflcHtlim. or nH.e"t'e \ 11 1 by own product were applied ammonia a

'... ."ItJ.I..I.,. .:OVKHSTKITT. : .. there not bue. -prefern ly carbonate i should be used ? \_-./ prove the toll Its equally Coed on land for
.n 2 of \rtlrlell In, )iirelilin \ 'CI'rl -1, -' i)IHI i.In < iuntStnti \ some j other crops and orange (roves. Writ for
v . . tn .,nil ns follow. nf .A'lorl.lmII'ircult hand neutralise land price' and freis booklet
' .1.! i' I< s 11 )))2IN !ll of lime; at to Answer-The hammock you I
-
tSial ) I
0111'
" gfalntUresthnt. shall rna '
I" vent Th..I.. In tin Mnr of I'M'!" and then'lift .i the nitric acid. I I mentiqn! will be excellent for eggplants /: : l'\t,, j Blowers Lime Phosphate ,

7! t ..h'llL..I..r' mIo iiiuntV" .ininilxr In 'the' of SlHtinnil llnSiliul cntctii "'iii tn. sJ't'l'R OF While it is never wise to make an : tomatoes, and in fact hit BOX K-3O8 OOALAFLA
h
I Irnm i em Fl.t)111I)4. I .
t' :;: ; : :. mf'tho: .HuusrI' : 'i !
of ot. im mbi i -- absolute statement on general conditions about any other Vegetable that you .
.' lirp.oa..HI.il .U H fniin' A'R'h c-eiunM I IIthe Selects Judl."1.1'Irewll... Oneecila <'ountf .
Hint,' fin i\ii\I tin thimnnnil ol f -IV: I'll\( h:lt' it would be safe to say that could name after it is well drained. $
.
... tI..II pnubltlan t1..' ..r it wtrim m.I.-,In. I or h."rr tin nnnv nuitor hilor n fun roil, .. Mm. 1:11elgfleld:. . <.mmnlalnaiil.hi there is i no pine or palmetto land in II I I We would advise potash in proportion 1""y :""::':: "on.. H":::"."' :H.m::::: .r'CI.' "j:

f\' lion lift OM or after dlvldltithe *. Florida that naturally has sufficient: to what you feel you can. afford. We I
,. whole number eif .population e>f tin < -. .. 111.le' end I*, K: IMhhle. I
count .li\ tin. numbir tin thoutmiidln.xlteil kin wife sad Jesse '.. humble. lime content. The amount of lime to do not consider that the grower can ,. 1 if
that "Hc-h ('0111'"' shall, hR"int soil. I':. Illhlile. hl. r> lfel IkelICrasn When You Deal
about two to three afford four cent :
1 least one Itenre.ntnllv e unit Ih..1. l.rocrrr I'"ml.a.,. a be applied runs possibly over per #(
hav than thru11rpr.a.ntatlvr. ,. ... ........... K.1'Ilt "
tin rountshnll .more .r. and 4. tons on the heavy land and one to and in many instances two per centis
Houseof !It. l>.
In the .omiifiMr, M roriioratloa. '
narutaUv' .s ThemeMiilie.rs shall of lb1i.r'r 1)1lil. ... fendavls.II I two tons on light soil. As a general I nearer a practical proposition. We With This Bank 1

I. ,1 nf flit ii Itapca.nrollre5 tirin nf tvwi vc-ars line. appearing 1 bv afriila\H\ append. . I II. estimate you can calculate on losingat I do not mean by this that that is all

theni..nil ilte i.f Ihi 1-.nRlp'' shall In to tin. bill lied ,In the Rho.I"I.,1. i least five hundred pounds of lime the potash we would care to have but .."
. of four ex- F 1)11.1.1P K l >lhhie I
el 1 i 'liil fin n trim years iniiKi That I'hns
ii i pt l "is li.-nliii.ri.-r: in'nIlli.il The ,.I"r. .lensI.. Illlihle and P lllhbli. foul from each acre of your cultivated land potash at present prices Is a differ- you have the positive
r, ..h brine shill therein named annoniesldi
thin fur -fiiliils y nf I II" difindsnts
. li at tin. nim. t1)! .e. and. ;plan. .* Tin' .nts of the 'stnti of Flat; Ida. each year and applications are generally ent proposition than at the old price. assurance that every t M
, '.. "f. 'i. tors .'l,,elyd Ir of \lton. Osbotn ter' 1 .
term .r .IT I. tin mill ore renlilints needed about every fdur yearsto The best time to make the second application e 1
tel, slim.ii 'nllO "n the first Moneliix t"*'uiitState nf KuliHnH /v/'r the. ago transaction will be t. e let 1
, In Apt. II. 111 ** The, t. im of cifTUe. olHenntiirs of I" ..,,1' .one \eiim It In thin, foreonlenil keep up the best state of fertility. of fertilizer on egg/ : plants.t.ol7latoes. ,
eliet.d In 1'1K! from the for 0,101| "on..I.I..nl defemlnuts '
liivvliik.l i-.."n"lea. t...wit 1'sennillnelad"ilii In iiinl lima are hen.bv i :-dntd"\: \': Like all good things: there .are instances etc., is just before the completed with the ut- .rd

:. .Iniloeim I I."n. Mudlieon' tea' In Mr to tin' bill l l of romplnlnt where precautions must be blooming period. The ammonia con-
faxetlTjivlm, e'olumliln NHKHHU )u- until i.nunon or before Mondax "tlif most care and efficien'f.!
\ nMil\ : 'Ion. Sunitir' .le.ffi.rson I..-eMmiriii ... 4th cluv of septimbei.. A P 1 1 16. ''thi'r. used Where the land is naturally tent for the second application should
Putnam. Volusla Hamilton nlliKBtlons of snub bill will a '
wlsi thi When &
IK'huii, lire.v.nid .I.Iberly.,. HI'rnntuloilinlln he tnkiii as innfesaed l>>' said defend light and lacking in humus matter, be about four per (cent while at the cy. considering s 4Ci

1 ,1.>.\ \ shall. ftreviiril expire. on Inlm the, first Reach Muncl any'. anta It l 1M further. ornericl. thnt this ordi rhe thele have been instances of heavy first we prefer five per cent. The new or additional a .. ,6I:

In \prll, 121 1 all other Minatiirs to tic published muse 0 'tr'1c for four, ronecutHe applications of lime without additmnl idea Is to have enough: 'ammonia togive .
..lii.ted In tin. our. 111. Ihilr terms of weeks In the KlHslmmee Val banking connections, 4{. 1
..!'fo': '' *.,ill expire, on. tinflint. Moodux1n . li'v (Clarette iiiwuonpii. published, In.RI.I amount of humus so increasing nitri- : a steady growth but of course !

\ptll 1525" Ml "ie mhe elected rs of 'ih H<.I'h. Cimntand t State' .191R.I dication that the soil has become do- it taVes less to keep the plant than it call and see us.
ltrpr-srntRll'.a i-f
-.4 1I..r I This' ,,1 bar \11".1.
.. .....in.nil election. In IRIS their terrri.f L 1)VIbltSTItl'ET: ; pleted and the effect has been detrimental i- doeb to make it. 'il
..ff''.... Miall ... ..Ir.. tin the first Mon l-li.i K CMirult I'ouitClriull {
Im In .\prll. 1'i21! nnd Ihe-rinfte-r the: ( I'..."-' Heal n rather than beneficial to

1I..t term of ofTIreeif!Hi.|>r......npltlvee all members.shall of ceinimini' the.' (1 K KRI B IJH.nllrlt..r for. 4'otaplalnant 33NOTM t young trees. However extreme circumstances Soft Brown Scale.

. on tin- firm Tin.silax. lifter thi can be avoided by the a
first Miinlnx. In '\nrl1 next suereedlnu ""I.":. Please report on diseased citrus
theifeneral election. K OF HHFUIFK' growing . ,
the election' At I cover crops.Dynamiting ,
tiIre. twigs sent under separate cover. We :
mid. lherenft.t. nil Si natora 1
In 1"2" 4 Isreolr1'ouety
... In sad for !
( rt
. ., he- elected for n terme la t aamtr C. 1 .c
shall
.1. leel "t.l i.f Florida would !lik>e to know what the troubleis t
.r four. years. theterm to hetrln on th.- Land. ,
first T"R": after the llrst Monday Ir -, -- what to use to correct.it, and how "
Hull R. ... PlalBtltT [SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT
> aril when"f the a flaw follow county lug I I.ran treated. e xciMilthat thtIjcnlsliture . ..". Is it a good thing to blast for each much spray it will take

shall at that time fix. IhfIrnxth Piatrm. sad oi 111.F.rl.adFIsb.He '. .... tree whether there is hardpan or not? Answer-The twigs are infested
Senator
of the term of the first ... .......... ,
foul A Fiends .rp. Answer-There is no occasion to
to be elected therefrom at two or with the soft brown scale which can

venrs with th. end In view Senators of keep In a Irfe.daala.Distress blast for setting trees unless you have be killed by with miscible E. DONEGAN President '
tnir ..( h.. number of old .. for Heat.rw spraying ,
balance with the number of the new hardpan. The idea of blasting is to oil. It is difficult to estimate the

' "tltution Heotlon I.S of hereby Article amended VII of, .the o .aa Con-to Notice All Wb.r la heeehv It M.given. (..aie that..r.l the undersigned loosen the sod in a more thoroughway amount of spray necessary for cov- LARTHUtt K., WEAVER Cashier I ,

,. _read"The aa regular follow:session of the Levislalure all Sheriff of Osceola County levied. than possible' to be done by plow ering a citrus tree; It is generally
: has this day
meet In 1.17 hall a p. State of Florida is loose it
that shall representation In th anon the property of the Platte and ing. If the soil already reckoned that a citrus tree 'seven feet

I .- House portion of the Repreaentatlve. a* In thi; Ida McFkrland Corporation Flaheriee Company hereinafter a Flnr.described. .. woufd be possible even to do harm by high by seven feet, wide will need ,.

1. ,1. \ rtlcle provided, which apportionmentVhall making such) levy under blasting by making it looser than
be based upon the, last census ta- the 1st. day of two gallons of spray; one 10x12, four

. ken bv State the State. whichever of Florida I.or the by last thtUnltad judgment August A. entered n 1 t1 II. on In the above stvledrase. would be profitable through lessening gallons of 'spray,' and 14x18 ten gallons FOR SALE PREFERRED'
CASH
,. taken In the several counties of Ihe Platte. In and favor McFarland of Hull Bass Fisheries and against Com- : the; storage water. If you have hardpan In spraying for this pest it is ---
shall meet
State' and those that shall apportion every oan>' Said Judgment belnir for rent. blast is essential.' that the infested area )he
thereafter necessary
ten years In the House ofRepresentatives and being In the total amount IncludIne One block of five Lots in South Part of Town. 250
representation :
the
In the manner In this : costs ISS ".. Under such levy reached for the insects must be hit

nrtlile! provided which the apportionment last censusnumeration propose'SO a m.to on sell the the IBth said day property of AugustA atII Transplanting.Is in order to kill them. foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for
baaed
upon .
be
shall.. taken by the Htate oflorlda n 1918. at the door of the premise.wh.ro located, it best to set tomatoes, eggplants The sticky substance Is a honey
Is now Banana Truck inch fall
States. whichever said property or Growing. Eighteen to city
the United
> or by last taken next before the namely II Posselll Ave Klsslmm etc., direct from the seed bed dew execreted by this scale and the
I Is the
Legislature shall so npttcirtlonln conveneXertlon ." ; the representation (-Ity. being Osceoln the County leased premises Florida. fliesn"ie or to transplant nine inches apart black mold is simply growing in this ditch. Make your home pay for itself. ,J

4 of Article VII of th. Oonletltutlon The rtennert scrltied Is .as. follows Factorylitor and set' the field from this bed honey dew as a mold would grow in {
herebami'neli.d so an to One Malesddlng Machine Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.
III
followsheii N. When should I plant seed ? syrup on a plate. The leaves also
read as Is create.el l.' 'rH' Iron 'Inr.!' FactorNo r
"\\ nnnev> eeiunl\ to Answer-There are differences of show some black melanose which is

one I-enlslntun' It) shnll' member he entltl.il of theHi.usi i.o ....i< hair in to not at ell serious.
Henntor HepreBentallveB and oni until tin. One. stool for officec . >opinion regard transplanting as
of
.
proIded for In Mi-e- ". "I"'n..wrll..r statnlline nvar.a-

tli.ti inxl 5 enumeration. ..f Ih.... article. that shall. h.hkrn .. I'nilerwooil TpiwrltrTwo HOW TO BORROW soon as it Is appointed I
Ulnacm.
.nfl.r the' creallon of the saidnew Fish
,..."nl0" until the next census .. ('" !II' !o1 en.s How to Start It.
A. 11 I
nuraatl.n.. tilt-il, Mates that oftnerlH shall lie" taken after I Ih.byt1. 1118 This the 4th dimsof I. 11 Miirnst IN.H1 111Sheriff From the New Federal Farm Loan W?, the undersigned: wr-h to avail : Ideal Fertilizers
"'nnnlylty
.r..nlu
of
1).w county. which ourselves of
creation of I1.snid S' the opportunities offered
shall thi' am..n.'r lie taken attrrIha Rf> FRT \MP11H.L Ii System. ()I ,
.. e\er rr.'atlon. of said m.w count) whenIt :V\ -it __ us by the federal farm loan act We 'I ..*
member of The period of discussion: in closed, f
to one
.ehI. le elltltleel .ntallie.N (lit rears. "'KTIOM KOH 'i\\ join jn asking Orange Judd Southern 1 I
the H"uiee of Kepreae. NO riff. OF so far as the federal farm loan act .
ten tin.un. mil' I nuulut. li>n. en the major,. !>.. I-it l VOKII' aei1"rt"V'574 /\ >n Farming: of A Atlanta Ga::.., to assi3t us Increase Crop Profits k
fraction thereof the dam' n<: otheiountles ITIF. Fit "I. MTTi"1'KV1F! THKMTA1K : is concerned Now that it has becomea
,' OK Fl,OlllIIA.otlce ( free) to form a national farm ]loan i
law by President Wilson's Digna-

Agldnl"1)f cant'-Swantonrut'.1';; ;;- .. aIml.. "VI" : la herebv--given", that Mrs T. ture the time is here to make the tssociation with strictly limited lia .
\ of Tax Certlftint.
f Mllllnire. purchaser blity as soon as the new system get! {
of the' fonatlltltlon of. the State eifFlorid .' No 24. dntid the Kt h .1". of .lulvA . best possible use of it. As Orange
.. as amended l" lolnt liesoliitloii 11> 1 I"14. has filed said rVrilfliHti In into operation. We believe in "' We
No 2. ,\rlie e.f 1S11. nlatlnx tosufTrnne tnx office and has mach applle'' ':,itlun. for Judd Southern Farmer truly says: "Preparedness. are

and e-llitlblllt vHe .vex Heed lo Issue In accordance 'lo "The new system must be an evolution !

the It tate!'Resolved of Florida I'V the. Lelrlslaturi- law Said Certificate embraces the follow . It needs the. sympathetic cooperation prepared to supply all the potash goods you

amendment to Inn described. lands hung and being A Few I
followlnir farm Specials
the
That of borrowers invest-
State ofTheBNV4
Section' 1 of Article VI of the Conietltutlon situate ,In Osceola. Ceuntx want also a varied line of AmmoniaPhosphoricAcid
of the State. nf Florida be. and of H":" ors in farm loan bond, bnak'ers and
shall of SW\4 of SVV'i
agreed to and
the be submitted same Is heflM to )the election doctors. In of 1111e theHtate and SE(.(ISO of). KW Townshln% of SKV1 Twentx-slx of 11.'etlnn'hlrly brokers and the press. It is based I formulas at reasonable prices. We have h
general
nt the RannreThlrtxone ((31) upon sound principles. Fresh Corn Flakes
for ratification or rejection tel South pkg. $ .06 ''
male person of the tad1 Farmers should be quick to in the'fertilizer line.
Section 1 Every organ- everything
thenarne
eif twentyoneear. and up..rd.wh. The snld lands being assessed In Best Creamery Batter, per pound .38
age citizen of the United "Slates of Mrs O R Titter nt the datef ize to make the most and best use

the Is time a he applle to elector register al she1'Si all Issuance. mild of Certificate said CertificateUnless shell. be releemed .f jthe new federal farm loan system. 2416. sack Pilbbnry Floor 1.10 We also have a complete stock of the best
I '
.lections deemed I under a .qualified the Constitution. of the I according\ to law Tnjc' heed of What they have to do is simple practical -i 16 Ib. sack Large Graia i Rice 1.00 - y
rovlded. that he poswe.sa will 'Issue thereon on the 2nd day and
.
Florida > Spray Pumps Insecticides be
.r >
vtat. the following nddltlonal qukll"Tl'e September. A, I). HI*. buinesshke--easy enough when No. 1 White Asparagus, .20 to
OVFRHTRRFTClerk ::
J. I
'"shall.. have resided. and hAd hi. Circuit Court.* Osceola CountvHtnte :. you know how. I or 2 for 35c. found on the market. Write for catalogues.
nlaceof abode In of Florida the blank forms furnished .f
permanent of ho Florida! for one ear, and Circuit Cotirt, Seal' \ ) 33-6t Indeed by package Uneeda Biscuits, .:5
the State
In the wherein he applle I f.oreKlster free on request by that Atlanta They give description and prices also
_ count; ; : thereto /6 receipei
months, previous The Southern Cattle Feeding Company periodical l. it is easy for people every- / PEABERRY
/( free .
He must be able to read write and have completed one hundred/ a'lp where to express! their views ns to DRINK 2sClesmg for sprays. e
,,
"P. Interpret of the anv Stale. ofnFloridaaat('nn..lltlion the time- Lwenty-four miles of fei cintj flix>un
he .applies to register and ,vote their tract. They have stocked their( land bank district and the city therein j. .
In hi own right pron-
He must own out lOc flats Orange Grapefruit
of not less than five with 6,000 head of cattle and I
arty to the value -anges which should be he location of the
hundred dollar.. which fact hall h have 2,600 of the 3,000 Kwaqiat, Mamalaiie Guys r rMANUFACTURLRS
determined. only by the assessment planted acres federal land bank. I Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company

books of the county and at vote the time heapnlles eras cleared to corn and velvet Farmers who wish to borrow money Paste, Orange Jelly etc., at .06
to register"" .
He must not have been convicted >vane under the new federal, system may 6
previous to .h.httlr larceny:: applies, to, register forgery t well cut out the ,
robbery copy or follov.'ing'orm.
or vote Took lOc fkg Backwbtat Coot
. bribery In any e.f .a .nw Ypsi Heed a 0. If" gvaraUJ '
, "" perjury or Take add to it their signpturec and IDEAL FERTILIZERS
United 0-
of the
State or
"" irt* of any ) .OS
.-.:. fltate... or If *o convicted he must full postoffice address, and state the
.
'" .. "fte. 014 StaiMUM OtOrV* TMteks*
I, .. have been restored to the rights of olt- Deices ta each_ Matartafc.Jacksonville S,rayl.g 1m. 1.s.taa.dIaaett4dM.
. i.enshIo. bill Toale if ,gaany/ .J abU a* s amount of money they want to borrowon .

provided however. That no oersonor DcHMral Toaie bcjcavaV It coatafan the 1'111 mortgage. 'Then mail : .

( / lineal descendent January of any flrat.such 18.7.per-or wen tGeIcPl'OPfllltleeofUlNIHB the sign document the address Cash
who was pn to Taylor's Grocery
abIi the
-h.-lOP theretoentitled to vote under .odlRON. n a U" ; Dchee Florida
,
-The ConetltntHm and law of any of the not Btatarla. Birtebea ttm flood adBaWa stated and the matter will be r'acod ,

well II' tee under or Territories any form, of or government.t4 entitled to. up tJM \VLiotei ,-- dO own eforo the federal farm loan board as Phone 250 Quick DeliveryvpmimKgm .


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"M "' j 'GaiettePabrl.bed buiFit a few yon ago at a co t'of about $15.000.Why ( : lightful state in '''hith"i io Jive i :all the.:year if itweienot

'e KissirnmeeValley, not buy it also and convert it into a city hall? for the equable character of the climate-hence ;

It would be located in' the center of the parkway, indubitably' the climate i i. Florida's main asset But J.J.S ID ABOUT 'KISSIMMEE' M' '

] Bvrrr Friday. ., which mllhi.be broadened at that point It it not we, would ',like to see the ,,advertising\ writers get t a -
lot .(.... '.1.' VaUcr G.ct. llulldlBK. HUnlmmr, Vim. unlikely: that property interest on the; vest side I new angle pn 'the subject and'not.make it appear OSCEOLA COUNTY

of the city would be willing) to make conci.sion. in that ,climate is 'our sole commodity and attraction, .t' AND

W n, II""IUII-AND H. .a.) VANS AG.MjJW, Unnrr, the matter of securing a.new right-o-way( for .Jhe, ,I "Let .it .be ,known that the' climate) it free to e- -. .. .i ..''
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t .. H. Ifl. NAUSLB, Bdltor Maan railroad l company and thus. simplify the whole proi>. all who will 'come and, shaijt' Our, climate it <-+< .x-- 04"' "otX"' ,J

n...*. oSition. At any rate It is well worth consideringand natures blessing but we also have the most product The Kissimmee Gczette and "a lady I And now 'Klsslmmee declares her\

On CopJ> On. Yeiir .___?______....___.__-___ II.SOOn Mr. Bass,is determined to. go'.into] it thoroughly. tives. lands tin the world; the richest mine, and a up in Alabama are conspiring to divide -. intention of running for the Statu , l +
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'Vn* Cop Copy>,, Six Thr Month. Months _______.-.....___._... .76 -; : J principality whose domain has hardly been explored. the state. Gq to it, boys and capitalship of the new State or M1
- TAMPA TIMES AND STATE DIVISION: Its territory of hidden wealth, affording opportunities ( girl's, ypu'( have oat consent:' and! blcsw-;! old one or whatever state we may' b*

?t All communlcattonii. ., except from our authorisedorraipundunti . "- more varied than any other territory in the '"g poly) -divide It rlght.-l.akeland.. in. whenever* another election can pa

,. must will be not aMiticd be returned by the writer.unions called< Sometimes a good man wittingly or unwittinglydoes world. The climate is the background for all out News. .: held. Sony-we lave Kissimmee

?' for.Rejected' matter '. a wrong act. Sometimes a supenkr man per- claims and assertions,,but let's keep jt in the background : fOI.tt;" .1 tlltV 've about determined to get 3n'I,>> '
t i i I.t forms; inferior work. Sometimes a patriotic soldier to lend setting and color to the more alluring The fight State capital is the bandwagon. once, and so intend ;
(Ent..-.. tn ih. 1'ontofflca In Klaalmmoc, Florida between Kissimmee and Talfahassse, LakelaI1d.-Lllkeland Star;
fights for Some times wise bids for to support
*. second-cliia* matt n> an unpatriotic cause.: a investment which we are warranted, in .
All the rest of J just on. I "
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acts foolishly. making. .us are: --00I to
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FRIDAY, AUGUST, 41916. __ I King Solomon, renowned as Wisdom's yardstick "Fortunes lie buried in Florida{ soil without (Kit if Kissimmee can steal it eare.Lakeland away fro.n I which The by Kissimmee the way is Valley onp oif the Gazette best h -
Tallahassee if -
.see we
perpetrated some very unwise deeds. necessity of digging deep to realize them. Men
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the.lIt.ate, it fa
has changed it. )News edit'! Bass
Howell .
: Nearly every author celebrated for his superior have braved the hardships and dangers of the Arc- I advisable just now to agitate .
". -: not
-- literary products has written at least inferoir tic for gold they have burrowed ihousanJ -
one region ; Is
weekly editorial slogan. S. J. Entricun, of Narcoossee, !has state division The Gazette right
We refer )
to our
.. book of feat through rock for; paying ore ; .they have iust purchased i 17(1( head of registered ar.d: takes a fair view. of the msttyuMacclcnny :-..
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: Earth's wizard of lived hermit lives. and sacrificed the l
Napoleon Bonaparte: war, comforts and '
Lake Tohopekalyw" I ')uroc Jersey hogs and eight head (,f Standard. .. ,
of "bullheading --
t Instead made some fatal military blunders. delights of civilization (or the chance to grasp the .
bulkhead blooded cattle, and will -
the railnoad and 11 rje\ Jersey
"lie has made it "move" I So with newspapers. So, more particularly, glittering edge of an envied competency. Yet Flor- put them on his farm at Hurt's Lake I r The Kissimmee Citrus Growers -;

Lake Toh pekaliga. with our esteemed Tampa Daily Times and its advocacy ida has more to allure and assure the earnest' and I Florida Grower. :i Association of the Florida Citrus Ex-,.

of the proposition to cjmde Florida into two I ambitious than the- gold bearing hills of Klondike --->- !Uhantfe will make extensive improve-

He talks like he means business too. and the I Male ,'or the oil gushirrg lands of Meico. I The county commissioners of Os, I ii rats on' its packing house this fall, .

t city council has made him chairman of a com- : The Times is one of Southern Florida valuable I "Come to Florida the climate's fine, but we've. cola county have asked State highway which| was recently: purchased front i,

mittee to investigate the feasibility of the idea. i assets. It is a force for good in* many ways for this ( something more tempting to offer something more I OommiRBionor Wm. F Cooke to the Waters & Carson Company. The

. section and, the whole state. On many questionsof substantial to sustain and something more dIVerting help thorn in the road problems ;in ( house will 1 lie] onlaigwi, remodeled andrew .

The Valley Gazette has a "battle cry of peace"that public welfare we ha\e coincided with the Timesor to make life. interesting and smooth the wrinkles -that'I county.-Florida Grower. | machinery put in.-N
makes for harmony and public uelfaic followed its lead. out of old age." I ,- sI > Packer.
"ONLY ONE FLORIDA AND KIbblMMLL: IIS I But the Valley Gazette emphatically dissents I "Giniul" Enrl Nuu lo of tht Kis- --- .
CAPITAL CITY." That's it. Gazette: is threatening to I (> .:. .:- .:. .:. .> * .> <. <:- <. <> < ->
from the Times'proposal to cut Florida in twain PREVENTION OF INFANTILE PARALYSIS.To i pimmee
..,.--- .--- I and make two small states of the pieces.To take the slat capital from Tallahassee i Ie- *>
The of the stale ha* something'' new to I and locate it In the town with :' mnsroch: :\1.\IU{ET. v 1
press do that would add ..abotJl fifty per cent to the control the present epidemic of infantile us 'I'. .*

, fuss and fret about now. Kissimmee's claim .Ih'esix for taxes in both proposed states paralysis: according to a statement issued by the ulatory name. He'll he to walkover I <>. .;. .;. .> .;. .:. .;. .;. .;" -* *: .:. <.
the capital city and the plan proposed to sell In addition, the southern half of the state would United Slates Public Health Service the chain of the dead bodies of "Ginrals" - f

western counties to Alabama is the cause of immediately into debt to duplicate governmental infection between of the .Tom Appleyard and Milt Smith 1"- .
go persons harboring germs I I Nationnl Stock faros, 111 /
all. Fight it out, gentlemen and well take the j fore he does it. When they sound the
it educational and charitable buildings
i penal disease and the well members of the community I .
plum while you're lighting which to slate all of which now ,call) to lhceolo-s'we'ic have to enlist Ii A 1Ig'. 1 1Toduy'" Hi 'i ipts.! 1
are necessary any should be broken. InfantiU paralysis is probably .
I tie __ :1000() )
k : -. I northern Florida. minute wih "Ginral" Naufrle.-Tumpa Timei ( at -
are m caused by a very organism found in the ]
of the Apppka News hat -.>-, ( 7,>00
Editor Harrington, Dollars, and cents are not the only consideration -I nasaj, mouth and bowel discharges of those who Hogs - - - .
leased Wekiwa Springs a popular resort in Orange I "That the two Lee (frovi1'-will |1)1,> I CiitlK' of all l kinds, ; ",'lIiuJO to I lie-, .jj
other Mate
( There are strong reasons against have the disease or who are carriers of the germ .,
visited by Kissimmee and Osa duce a t fine crop during the ,coming lower than wek iiroJriiss .
j; county frequently i division reasons of sentiment etc. Money is tot! : without themselves suffering from the ailment. All'( a
ceola people. The natural beauty of this | season is the prediction, of John M. J (; Killing ('uttlc-Choice to
county the only consideration in the world !nor is it in tni of the steps in the t spread of the infection are not "
l spot should make it a successful venture and Editor: i Lee, says the Kissimmee Valley di; prime t-'i'tis $(I';.;,0<) to $7; good to 1ihoKc .
known but if ,this be
Harrington will give it the publicity that it deserve. I question.Yet financial sentimental and other considerations -I passing from the infected germ can to the well prevented person,from the Ipette. "He expects to pick from the -, si(H"i.; .;''o; $15;.r)((); medium to good |

-. division ( groves at Finney Point rnd Southport $!;.:2r> to $r>.7r>; common to modnim.
state disease will
are against
R. L. Helvenslon of Live Oak has purchasedthe The Valley Gazette would not object to Perry I Infantile.! cease.paralysis is not a disease of recent Ino less than 18,000 I Ixixes and 10000Ixixes $4.71! o $">2r; fat rows. $'<.;r..0() to $(I''O! );

Baker County Standard published at MacClcn ''G. Wall in the National Senate butt1. at laudable origin. Sporadic or scattered cases have occurred from the Fmn('v Point jfrovi medium $r> 16 $r> M O); cutttrs $4.75 to
and Max M. Brown. 't t FJ'J"hla'R wonderful golden crop is $r $4 1 ; to $ i.'tS l :! : hfnv
ny, from Dr. E. F. Brown aim should be accomplished by some plan other throughout the country for bl is only I >; canners' i
rate Mr. Helvenston, who was formerly connected I I for him. many years (' growing! and ripening and frittingjuicy hulls, $r)._';> to $*;; light hull;, $4 71 'or
any than that of creating a new state during the last decade thai the infection has assumed ''
with the Live Oak Cili/en will not he ac- "ONLY ONE FLORIDA." That is our slogan epidemic proportions in the United States. and sweet for the call that will $ > J.;;; jeaiUn.\ 's. $47 to $".; beret!tll'<,
: eased lof putting hell in Baker county because Baker I conceived be tlie 1 1 Inode within a loam tunRo- $(Ii; to (Ii."n; ; xc.iK $7 to $11.1 1 1.Stork "
based what to
and it is upon is The, present epidemic In New York City on account :
has usually been able to supply thit'' I ports from i \urious ettinns of 'h'] : (Cattl <(< tick from ( ;ooil to
county welfare of the WHOLE state. of its magnitude and virulence has awak-
without help. I Alabama I I state surest that those who look foi choice (|ualitst..c.rs at $;i.7"> to $';.2!:;;t't;
any Cede londa's 1 mOle western counties to ened the residents of communities to the dan-
: I I many ward to the real d.lirht of having medium to (food, $r>."ill to $1 i;; commonto "
Bid them Godspeed and let them hap-
go of the importation of the disease into their
The Okeechobee Calf has been sold by George ger j plenty of Florida oran ("is during/ the medium $r> to $"i.',0(); (food stock!
? their Do not them into a new
I pily on way. put own midst. This danger is real but if due precautions -
"1 T. Rice to B. F. Davis of the Winter Garden slate the geographical lines of which would rival I are exercised it is believed that the coming season will not be disappoint I heifers, $5.25 i to $.1.71i ; ,

' Times. Early this month Mr. Davis will establish a I those of Samuel J. Randall's gerrymandered Phtl-, will subside. epidemic -d While the crop may not be us I,i )llo>;.s-The r.iurkc-t averaged| just p
, Okeechobee and the Call which large as last season it Is certain to as good as it did a week and this
; printing plant in adelphia Congressional district or those of the The actual control of the 'present epidemicmust ,, ago .
t has been printed in Ft. Pierce will be printed at district of Florida- the latter average: larger fruit and better flavor ]j in spite of hit strike intcrvpnm r. Today's ,
Fourth Congressional ,, be left to the city, State and Federal health
the weather conditions having
generally
home. Mr. Davis is an experienced newspaper from Jacksonville to Key West. These will ,, market opened strong, top)
being authorities. properly
make the Call bigger strupg organizations been favorable to thi| in the $1005; closed chad lower. 8hc buik:
and will no doubt a WE ARE HIGHLY APRPE-- ?
man.
I NEVERTHELESS and for affected prescribe
and better newspaper.If CIATIVE OF THE TIMES' INDORSEMENT OF I I sanitary quarantine measures care and limit as persons be spring and early summer.-Florida I of The hogs, 160 up sold at $9.7!;> to>
I may necessarythe Times Union.
: :_ PROPOSAL TO MAKE KISSIMMEE THE $9.95; 120 to 140 lb. pigs, $9.40 to b'" j
THE
travel of individuals in order to protect neigh-
issued for of the Miami -.0-- $9.75; lighter piles, $8.50 to $9.2'i; '
a reward were a copy CAPITAL CITY OF FLORIDA.FLORIDA'S boring districts from the infection. Individuals and The KiSKimmee Citrus Growers ; tr
Metropolis which did not contain a head-line u.'h;' rough hogs, $9 to $9.30.-National j
however do much toward their
communities, can Association has awarded contract for
three million dollars mentioned it would Live Stock Com Co.
one two or CLIMATE A BIG ASSET. installation of additional I.
own protection. machineryto
frO begginp They only talk in millions in Miami.A Poliomyelitis is probably spread directly or indirectly thoroughly modernize the packing: i iI i Gainesville is trying to secure tie! t i

recent .headline states that !Miami's: assessed vat While scanning our exchanges this week we I through the medium of infective secretions -I I'lint: recently purchased by it.-Ft. ( Brooklyn "Nationals" to come to the ].

union i n twenty-one million dollars. This is an noted two editorials which: attracted more than Account must therefore be taken by communities 1'i'ree Tribune. city for their spring training camp. t
increase of over $8,000,000 in one short year as ] both for their subject matter and ,
passing attention, of every means by which such secretions I -O- S
f + the assessed valuation for 1915 was 13000000.\ 1 for the fact that each t took a different view pointof are disseminated. Promiscuous expectoration should ::' A. F. Bass, of St. Cloud, recently I, Fruit buyers are showing up t

a popular subject-"Florida-s Ulimate." be controlled. The common drinking cup affordsa purchased the Page stock of cattle in I(around Sebring. The prices, being 1 1 1I'

meter Perhaps we would not have noticed< them so method for the interchange of material of this I' folk county, comprising about 3,000:'' offered are reported at $1.50 per box: ;.
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much but for the fact that we read one immediatelyafter nature and should therefore be abolished. Rigid hE'ad.-Ft. Pierce Tribune. I on the trees. J

t mesi. The details of the ordinance providing for the .other. The first was.that of the Pensa- cleanliness of glasses and utensils at soda fountains _.. jfflNotice t
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,this. ..ystem''may be found .in the news .columns of cola News, which was headed : "Florida's Greatest" in saloons and other public places should t.be .
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this issue The users of water should read carefully :: It read follows - --- ----- u --- h -- r
Asset, Her Climate as ; enforced. Flies, roaches and other vermin, by com
a ( and if they have any complaints should make "While people-in the cities of the north swelter, ing in /contact with effective secretions, .may pos

t r them -to .the council at.the next meeting\lof thatbody blister 'and sizzle,, Floridians are comfortable even sibly convey them to our food and thus directly >"' '

'when the ordinance will come up for pas- though their electric fans be out of commission. In bring about the development of disease. Therefore To Readers

sage. If they do have complaints and fail to ma'xethem the( northern cities summer nights are nightmares. eliminate insects. Street and house dust bear a i iI
i then they should ever after remain ulent workman lays down to pleasant ..
] In Florida ihe weary definite relation to the spread of many infectionsand

--: :- dreams and awakens refreshed. I it is not unreasonable to presume that they I If receite
of tie
Let's not forget to encourage Prof. R. M. Evans "The native Floridian knows nothing of the I be a factor in the dissemination of infantile you a copy Valley Gazette and are a nonresident -
may of the State of Florida need -
you not feel that the is being .
his efforts practical courses in the! who tortured out of paper -
in to inaugurate horror of northern people are paralysis. Maintain strict cleanliness of streets thrust without

h public schools. His efforts along that line are pro- ''their rest by sweltering heat as the weary hours of yards and alleys in order to prevent the} breeding If upon are not you a regular you subscriber having subscribed the for it.
you : is
; gressive and in keeping with the modern thoughtin the night drag on. of insects and'other vermin. See that all/ garbage e at an advertisement of Kissimmee and Osceola paper being and sent you
education The schools of Leesburg, according from the gulf not collected' county the subscription .
"The cool I inshore breezes/; and waste are properly cared for and at i is being paid for by the Board of
County Commissioners of
'l to the Commercial of that city, will inaugurate only make (be climate of Florida one of its greatest regular and frequent intervals Guard all food Osceola from the
county Special Publicity Fund, provided for in the
home economics bookkeeping and kindergartencourses drawing cards in the winter but prevent extremesof | supplies especially milk and other perishable products ,I tax budget each
year.
during the coming( term. We hope to be heat in the summer. Simply to read the re- | Digestive troubles of children arising from It will be sent to for several months with
Me
you of interesting
hope
. able to announce that definite plans have been ''ports of the sufferings of northern people from cold (he ingestion of food of questionable quality may (I you in this section of Florida. If interested -
are invite
made for the teaching of home economist. in our Isit i the winter and heat in the summer should forcibly lower resistance. Assemblies of children m infected to write for further information you we

schools when the term opens this fall. 1: remind all Floridians of the blessing they enjoy localities are to be discouraged if not actually -I you of County Commissioners, Board of Trade, or of you Kissimmee may write to the of Board Trade

-. .- in living in a state thai is free of extremes in forbidden. While the above measures are ina ] of St. Cloud or any of our advertisers. Board

Have you registered? Yes we know you registered j climate. general and applicable to epidemic
sense many 1 We hope that you will read the Valley Gazette each week and
''a to vote in the primary election but is your "In Chicago Friday twenty-three people werekilled diseases their importance should not be over- that be the of
I we may means bringing here
visitor if
you as a
not
name written on the general registration books? by the heat and more than fifty were prostrated looked. permanent resident or an investor. asa "

There are many names on the primary books regIStra-and I In Florida such a thing. as heat prostrationis Individual preventive measures mar be thus I Remember, if you are not a subscriber and are a non-resident
tion .books which are not on the general unknown. summarized
:, of the State of Florida no charge will be made to for the subscription
j many an Osceola county voter may be preventedfrom i "It is strange but true that most northern peo- Summon a physician at once and immediately which will be paid by the County Commissioners.you -
voting in the general election in November ple entertain the unfounded opinion that it is extremely notify the health officer of the presence of the disease -I

because of this. The Miami Metropolis in this. regard hot in Florida: during the summer months. If the disease is present in the community, "

wisely says : "See that your name is reg- Without consulting temperature records of the medical aid should be sought whenever a child is 1

istered on the general election registration books I weather bureau they simply jump at the conclusion sick no matter how light the illness;' many cases I I .

and incidentally pay your />oll taxes if you have that it must be as hot as blazes ill Florida because of infantile paralysis begin with a slight indisposition. I

f not recently attended to /( tat duty. The Florida Florida is nearer the equator than their home states. Should the illness prove To be infantile paralysis - "

f election laws are fearfully and wonderfully made II "Florida boosters in the north can always put into isolate the patient place a competent per- Your Social Standing
the confusion 01/several registrations have to in with
and --city. good advantage any time they spare son in charge and reduce all communication

county and primar is likely to deprive many i talking by correcting the false impression of high the sick room to a minimum. Hospital care is preferable "" Demands
K' "voters of their fro/chiee unless they heed the ( temperatures in this state in the summer. not only for the child but in order to better Engraved CardsWE

i warning to have Weir names properly listed" We were so impressed with this brief statementof safeguard ,against the spread of the disease. The

-. .- a fact which is patent to all real dyed-in-the- sick room should be well ventilated and screened. HAVE ADDED A NEW

; MOVING THE RAILROAD. wool Floridians that we had just begun to write Nasal and mouth secretions should be received in LINE OF ENGRAVED

something about climate also. Then we spied another cloths placed in a paper bag and burned. The

a1 f Howell Bass' idea aUut moving the Atlantic editorial in the Orlando Reporter-Star whichwas clothing: of the child the bed linen, and the ex- Stationery

-p, Coast Line railway away\(rum the lakefront to the headed "The Lure of Florida." Immediatelywe cretions should be disinfected in the same manner Calling Cards, .

:i western portion of the city is not an idle dream. thought that here was more of the same thing as for typhoid fever, that is by boiling the long Wedding Invitations Birth Cards

f It is a big task of course, but greater things than but- well read it, yourseJJ: ? continued application of 5 per cent carbolic, Qr ,

that have been accomplished by determined men. "Florida's climate has been praised so much other well recognized disinfectant. The same is Announcement Cards

Mr. Bass seems to be of that caliber. He is now and for so long as the state's chief asset that many true for dishes and drinking vessels. Nurses should '

d cloaked with the authority of chairman of a special have impressions that Florida is all climate with exercise the same precautions as regards cleanliness Engraved in the latest style and on the

committee of the city council to investigate the not much else to recommend it. This is a disad- of hands in caring for infantile paralysis patients finest of card and paper.

feasibility of the plan. He says he means busi vantage to be found in constantly pushing climateto as for those afflicted with other infectious dis- ASK T6 SEE OUR
}+ ness. There is no question but that his plan wouldsolve the fore. We are ready to admit that climate SAMPLES i

the problem of improving the lake front. forms the basic entablature for nearly if not all of eases.A child may convey the disease to others even Price a* low a* consistent with this high

Some.. inducement however, must be offer Florida's advantages ad products If it were not after a lapse of several weeks. For this reason class of work.

the railroad company. It has been suggested that'the for the climate we could not produce the world winning quarantine should be maintained for a considerable

r"t city purchase the present right-of-way, and coa- fruits and vegetables that are matured out of period. usually from six to eight weeks and thV Kissimmniee Valley Gazette it :'

Overt it into a boulevard1' similar to Broadway withA season for other section The health of the people above precautions should be adhered to during this

parkway in the center. Then arises the question -i would not be so rosy and robust'if it were not'for I timeDisinfection of the room following recovery .

h) of what will become of the depot which was I the climate: Florida would not be the most da- IS' advisable. .; '/1 r-- "

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'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Six cent corn 1 k *', (Taylor's.. riff. ,and. ,.Mrs John Chapman left )fr. and Mr. J. L. Bent-lan left Iud" his two brothers. :Wh.no 1 tW 'year give a better'. report_than ever \

(T.I.PMa. No. 11.) Black velvet ribbon '*t tho Quality. .this1 week to visit; relatives in Geoe. Thursday tor Green Springs; where h. also visi'ed Crystal Spring and'I(before of work 'done- lit 'this state;; 1
Bia./ they will spend two weeks on a vaca investigated the growing of daahcens.
...: Frlda7' Store j Hundreds ot meetings have,been held
FubUsh.d-Every tion. They madethe, trip in their' utomqbile" lie believes, that ths! < Industry 'will throughout' the state 'and'
-, ,xv: s.'HARMl B. O. VANS AOIIIIII\\ Newest things' 'in-" Middies. at- .t1le, We are still giving away ni agift. During their absence J.: D. prove one of' the big things in l FlorIda -.1 jery" county' has felt ,the Influence nearly'of v-

= r, I ::;: Quality Store with- rcnch purchase./: Come and see; Base, is in charge of the Br&adway within a Jew 'years. Rev; Mr. I this,organization upon Its Sunday
F. H. Lawcon. ,
Just received new line of hosiery; cafe, Guy, was recently elected ..a memberof J school;! ,life.I '

at the Quality Store. : We you the Oaceola'county'board! of coin. Railroads will '
' s good as theap'a.sanyne"in.town' Mr. and Mrs D.' W. AldermUn\ and Imissloncrs ', 'grant, greatly reduced

\ American Lady cdisets, new'jro'ods ) end give\ you' a nico pres- baby) Mrs J. M. Lee Miss Mildred I next and will ,tako' his place'I step ,fpr ,both these gather-. I I11lgs

at old prices; at theQurlity Sore nt.' T. ti. Luwson...* : Lee, Miss Josephine Reynolds, Clarence -I January.. lie Is devoting great ,' ,h,,
deal of his tir ae: to.studying conditions -

r Miss Edyths Tyson, oY Albany, Ca., We sell, nice and good candy at 15cfn' Alderman'Jim\ Lardy Lesley, E. U.Kctz I In this and other sections of. WATCH FOR PECAN SCAB 4,
Miller and Feed M. Bass .
is visiting her sister, Mrs T, J. pound and give away more thanwe | Florida and will no doubt prove a val- J F
:Welch. sell.! F. ,H. Law :ln. motored to Wlndernvjre Sunday and uable member of the board. Pecan scalt-may be prevalent thru. i '

.- ?njoyed a pIUl1g in Lako Butter. lout the growing season but; it.is more
J. M. Bryqnt, of ,Campbell Station, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wcodail left y-ss- 1
IaRE55Ph O. C. Pierce has his j likely to attack in August. If. E, ti
' STATE was among the visitors in the city on terday for a visit with relatives and resigned position TWO STATE MEETINGS Stevens
Tuesday. as manager of the Gray stone Ho. plant pathologist to the ,, ;
friends f in G orgil1.'* I
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:el. Ho has not definitely decided upon University of Florida Experiment t
Mr. and Mrir. 'W., M. Markly; of Pa- Mrs. Ira Bass and her daughter his future connections. Mr. Baynesis TO BE HELD IN FALL j Station, recommends that growers ',
latka, were visitors in the city on I prepare for the 'disease. tn ,groves
Miss Margaret, spent several days temporarily in charge of the hotel d

Weather Report Monday '' this week with Mrs. :L. C. Royal in until a new manager is selected.Mr. BIG SUNDAY -SCHOOL GATHERINGS I whero i it was to found attack last year it is almost r i.

Miss Clara Shephard, of St. Peters- Jacksonville.On sure again.
and Mrs. J. Finocchiara and ON PROGRAM ONE IN The disease is caused by a fungus e , ,
.- burg, is the guest of her cousin, Miss I
Sammye Dixon.A account of the absence of both their four children, formerly residingon DEFUNIAK SPRINGS AND THE which grows on the nuts and twigs,

Following are daily temperatures the worthy matron aril acting worthy the Wasscnbach property at Vine OTHER AT LAKELAND-GREAT and sometimes on leaves. It may be

and! precipitations as re- fine 11-pound .son was born to matron there will be nol' meeting of street and Rose avenue, have removedto PLANS NOW BEING MADE FOR 1 recognized by the dark green moldy

at ported Kissimmee t>y Government for the week station end Mr. and Mrc. D. N. Lock, of the Boggy the Eastern Star this week. I Tampa, from which city Mr. Fin- THESE CONVENTIONS. growth. -

ing, Thursday; Aug 3, 1916: Creek section, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harper arrived occhiara will work as 'a tra ?)ling> ---- Spraying with a 4:'::50 Bordeaux'

Max. Min. Rain Ask your grocer for Reed'c box home Friday night from Grand salesman. Two monster state Sunday school mixture Is recommended. If the disease

____90 71 cakes. i conventions will be held this year. has not stopped working in three 3
Friday They're only ten cents and are Rapids, Mich., where they have been I A child that has intestinal worms ,
Saturday __ __89 .72 "Made in Kissimmeo S3-2t visiting relative for some time. I is handicapped; in its growth. A few The first one will be in DeFuniak weeks, another spraying may be alv4en

Sunday __ ___90 74 .05; doses of WHITE'S CREAM VERMI,' Springs, November 21st to 23rd, frl- although one probably will 'keepit
Monday __ ___.91 73 H. R. Mosnat: of Lake Hamilton, Denver! L. Bass, Miss Quincy Bass, elusive, and willrminister to the western in check. Ammoniacal solution of
FUGE destroys and expels worms I' *
Tuesday - ___90 71 .45 I was in the city Monday and made an Mrs. Jane McDermott, O. R.:Bass and :i the cihld immediately improves and; I part of the state, drawingperhaps I I copper carbonate may be substituted

Wednesday __85 68 .20 I appreciated call.at.the: Gazette office. J. T. Drawdy, all of Kenansville, thrives wonderfully. Price 25c per ''from counties as far east as Leon, for the bordeaux, but since it 'does I

Thursday __ __88 73 .05 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harper will were visitors in the city yesterday.Mrs. I bottle. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. I'I Jefferson, Madison and Taylor. The I I not stick as well as bordeaux, more.

I IU ,bafe this evening for Grand Rapids, .. J. J. Hall and her daughter, second convention will be held in j I I frequent application will be necessary. -

+ o.MOOCJue o OHM Mich., where they will spend. several Miss Ethel, left Tucoday for their Conductor B. M. Tedder r'etumod ::Lakeland, November 23 to 26, inclusive I Growers who have been troubled

I months. former homo in Cordtle, Ga.: where Wednesday from a visit to Hcndersonvillo :, and will be the offcial conven- I with the disease before should not, !,

o.OOOOOO OOOOOOOI will month with N. C., Richmond, Va., Washington ;: tion where the election of officers wait until it appears, because it will '
Mrs. children they spend a visiting
L. E. Minx and '
0 re- D. C. and other points. Mrs. '' and other official business is trans. be harder to check then. '
ItifrtvDd Wednesday afternoon from an friends and relatives.S. Tedder and baby will remain for a acted. Clean culture will i-lso help a great

I The Local Field I il-old extended home visit in Ohio.with relatives at her T. Lahan and family, who recently visit of several weeks before 'returning I These meetings will be. .Wholly interdenominational deal in keeping the disease in check.If .

came to Kissimmee from Lane, home.J. I in character, and the diseased nuts and leaves fall ,

roulI'ht.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Ror..o; Tho.nas and Kansas, have moved into the M. Mun- S. Cadel returned Wednesday all Evangelical Sunday schools of the they should be collected and burned. i k''

Fire Insurance. See A. E. MI, R. D.,, left Thursday c-vering: for ger property on Mabctte street, which evening from a .vacation spent in state are entitled to send delegates.A I This will diminish the severity of at"t

nl.1 Patterson, Ga., where they will spend they purchased some time ago Washington D. C., and his old homein I number of prominent speakers I tack next year. A thorough spraying

Our box cakes, 10 cents, -are veral weeks visiting lolutivos. Mrs. J. M. PauFk and daughter, Mnrjlaml. Mrs. Cadcl], who ac- have already] been arranged for, and I should be given in the spring before

ways fresh. Reed's hak ry. 33-2t I P. K. Wenver, W. A. Smith, Guy Miss Myrtle, who have been the I companied him will visit friends and more will be added. The principal the leaves start.It .

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Belts and baby, Gardner, J. B. Shearouse find G. M. guest of Mis. Paulk's sister, Mrs. J. relatives in Oklahoma and Colorado speaker at both gatherings will be I

of Lakeland, spent Wednesday here. Sherrousc, Jr., motored to Orlando L. Overstioet, and other relatives for I before rtturning to Kir..immec. Mr. John L. Alexander of Chicago, is not necessary to fill the silo a'
who is the International Teen at sitting. C. L. of
time, left Thursday for their AgeSecretary. one Willoughby,
Monday to witness tile Orlando-Sun- some
Miss May Wifrhttr.nn has returned I !Mrs B. B. Simpson, Kissimmee's : '
.
ford ball home in Cairo, Ga.J. He has a world experience the Florida College of Agriculture,
from u vi.Mt with friends in Ujl.iiml.) game. .' I 1 1 1tl'aillnHlHtu' efficient postmaster, returned Tuesday in the handling of young folks, I suggests that it would be better for f,

Buy Reed's !box cakes at ten cents. A, S.'; Nelson, daughter, Miss Grace F. Reitzell, Atlantic Coast Line flour a vacation spent visitingher and he will place much stress upon | the silage to settle a while. Some } a
N\-lson and JV, Miller to'' at Su'iford, was 'a visitor sister, Mrs. R. M. Price, ot Mi
expect
They lire nude ill Kissimmet:! ; tae religious education of the young i farmers run the cutter one day and
leave today for Kansas, City, where i in the city Wednesday and took din- ami. She wus accompanied by h.r people of our state. Another let the silage settle the next. If \ bj

Mrs. K W. I'i lIey an ; ]Mis, Belle tho men are going on business, while her at the iraystune; with Conductor son, Jack who has bet'ni"itil1A' relatives inent speaker and worker will prom-j enough 'corn is not mature to fill the i '"

Carr "spent' Sunday in Orlando. Miss Nelson will visit friends. J I. A. RatlilT, who hat been nerving 'i- at Cocoa and :Miami.Mis I D. W. Simms of .Atlanta, who is the silo, no harm will be done by waiting ,

For ice tea Uncolored Japan. The I I Walter Nelson] IX, W. Alucrmin. a relief conductor on the Sugar Bolt : !."-wis O'Brynn end children general secretary of the Georgia Sun ; until another field reaches the right

60c (grade at 4.1c, at Taylor's. t Clarence Alderman, Leroy Lesley and I live. i'I and Misses Lola and Lottis Lawler day School Association, and who is stage. ,

Mine Lurretia Overstroet; of Shin- '', Fred) Bass spent Monday afternoon Tht Ladies' Aid Society) of the Baptist -! returned Tuesday night from nn ex- doing a vast work in our neighboringstate.

gle Creek, is visiting her sister, Mrs. ;| in Orlando, where they attoidod the church will hold its regular';tended visit in New York City. They I I The third prominent speaker 'I The TrHby' Ice and Packing Com .
business session ut they] Mr. will be Mr. P. E. Green of pany has been formed at Trilby with
M. M. Miller. Sanford-Orlando ball ...me. monthly were accompanied by O'Bryarx's Birmingham -
I church next Monday afternoon. Mem-I mother, Mrs. L. B. O'Bryan, of Rock- Alabama, who is the secretaryin a capital stock of $300,000. A Cold ti

'-. Miss Maude Jordan and Miss Ma- C. B. McGowan arrived Tuesday bets are urged to attend us there will hill, S. C., who will spend some time j I the southeastern states for the storage and ice plant will be erected

bel Jordan, of Tampa, arrived That s- from Black Point Camp to spend a be business of importance.Mrs. visiting here. Presbyterian church. In addition to of three stories made of reinforced 'n

day to visit their sister, Mrs. G. D. three days' furlough with friends these men, practically all of the denominational concrete, as soon as possible. They
.4 .Boon I her?. He is a member of CompanyB Shepherd and daughter Miss O. A. Porter, editor of .the Haincs secretaries in will also erect citrus- fruit and vegetable ,

the Kissimm&s; Company.H. Clara, of St. Pttersburg, are the City Herald, was a visitor in the packing house adjacent to the
together with of the prominent\
Club will moet Saturday
Priscilla many
The -
j guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.-S. Drawdyand city Monday. He stated that he came :j '
of .
meat packing house at a cost $ ,- ,
.
afternoon with Mrs, A. Cotterman C. Lightscy, who has been engaged ministers, educators and laymen will
is Mrs. the of the
family. Mrs. Shepherd up to see new capital city 000.
at her attractive home on Mab- in packing peaches at Byron, take part. Governor Park TrammAl r
Drawdy's sister and has frequently state. Mr. Porter only recently'
(Ia., Curing the serson. has returned: I has alrcday signified his I intention af '
ette street. visited in Kissimmee, where she has launched a paper at Hai'1 's City, but' The county commissioners of Dade ,
home. He states that the season was being at the conventions, as has also
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Car- many friends. h* states that everything indicates j' county have called an lection for the w
short, but that there was a big crop Dr. Edward Conradi, of Tallahassee.
] Ga. July 15th successful venture. issuance of $600,000 of bonds to
roll at Fitzgerald on a
which was sold at good prices. John S. Edwards, of Lakeland, Mr. J. p. Lanier, 'State President of "
a eon. Mother and chid: are getting I 'R. stopped off in Kissimmee Wednesdaywhile Teething babies always have. a hard i the Baraca-Philathea Union, will appear build a causeway in across Biscayne)
Mrs. L. Farmer has returned Bay early August. 'r
along nicely. enroute to Tallahassee, wherehe time of it when this process occurs in on both programs. Mr.- Marcus
from Beaufort, S. CWhere she
Pat Murphy, the well known lobbyist spent two weeks visiting her cister. has been serving liS a member of I hot weather. They not only have to I C. Fagg, of the Florida Children's ,

and political sage, whose smiling Sho was accompanied by her mother the State Tax Commis ion. He was contend with painful gums but the I Home, and Mr. Duncan B. Carry, the DR. DERBYSHIRE

Irish face is a familiar one all over elected Circuit Court Judge at the stomach is disordered, bowels loose State Christian Endeavor President,
Mrs. Carruthers of Oxford Fla. General rr-tlcC. "
Jtoes f '
Florida, spent several! flays here this late primary 1l ctlon. and the. body uncomfortable. The are also expected to be present. attention .. Obstetrics ... se.aest I
G. M, Shearouse Jr. G. M.: 'Shear. the little sufferer .
week. Sallow complexion from bilious best help you can give Among the unique features of these Wentcn.orncr .
ouse, Sr., J. B, Sheorouae, Walter comes is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It conventions will be the denomination. OVER PAIAOC DRUG..STOREKISSIMMCt.
_..... Miss ,Lucy Pearce left Wednesday Nelson Hammock And Fred Bass impurities in the blood and the : riA.R .
.:; Guy corrects sour stomach.' cools and al] exhibits and siplays. Another feat _
Atlanta, where she will visit herr fault lies with the liver and bowels- 1 ..U.KPfcMM IBS Office: ra..eVulcanizing ;
ter : motored to Sanford Tuesday afternoon quiets the bowels and helps diges- ure will be the unfolding of an imi.cnse -
aunt, Mrs. J. M. Wood. She stopped they are torpid. The medicine that
to attend the Qrlanc'oSanfordball tion. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. t stats map on which credits
visit with friends results in such is HER-
en route for a short gives cases )I
game. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.Mr. will be given to the counties on which
in Jucksonyille.a BINE. It is a fine'liver stimulant
Mrs. C. J. Woodall and Lee Hobbs I and bowel regulator. Price 50c. Sold : and Mrs. J. M. Carson, of Da- credits will be given to the counties

Lyles Story is expected to return left Thursday for Columbus, Ga. They by Osceola Pharmacy I nia on the East Coast, motored to ,, throughout the state which have Inner Tubes

hoiiK- Sunday from a I business tripto expect to be away six or, eight week.s. I K 1,,-.iJ.mee, arriving Sund-y. MrCarson made definite gains along Sunday
New York and Bal'.more' ; where Mr. and Mrs J. F. Walters drool lines during the past year. In 25c Patch
i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chapman left rcturn'l spent th.: day h.',. jnd r<-'urned a
he went to )buy, his fall and winterstock II Thursday for Shingles, Ga., for a xi-.it Monday:! from u ton days' Mrs. Carson will remn.n: tar a Hill! at the state convention in Tampa I\
the Store. the family of S, Huffman At )Davnort ) I 17 counties :
for Story : reported. Last
with Mr. Chapman's! parents.The visit with :Mr.\ and Mrs. C. A. Carson yearin General Auto .Repairing
I > :Miss! Mona HulTiniyi accom'puni'd ;Miami :!\:1:{ lepottcd. This year an r
Harry l>aw"8ho is a drummer ladies of the Missionary Society and family and :Mi'. Carii will conn
them here Alias IlulTrmun'for- effort is
being made to
in. the Second Regiment, Hand, now in 0r *,o iK'comiity her home1. :Mi" get reports! 25c Hour
of the Method't! church und an
nioily] I lived in Kivimmeo curl wjis' from practically, all of the ('ounti,>,. I
lit Black )Point, arrived home ( 'I'-on i is looking after leas: father'-
tamp their friend invited to attend
t are the nt ill church s-'HMal circleHIM Th. I
Florid"
School] Association
Wednesday to spend! three d.ys' fur I promo irioMat Ti|""r TV1'I!1. on niiicMst; of Sunday -
"Talent] Tea" which will he h -M at n nu'iiy, friends, will l bl'> ]pleased tomeet under whose these j Cars Cleaned and Oiled75c
and friends., I and recently cli-i! 'd I 10i() auspices
Iminh with his parents the home of Mr:'. M. Tiller, Friday her atruin.Woid : |I''i"ji.i, )pin" ,conventions will be held, will this

E. A, Nicnwyer und daughter Miss afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. I litena avocado trees whi -l. me now beingel Ir
has received liy lel.i out.
Annie Nicmcycr, left Wednesday for '' The Withstand the Heat of I
George R. Paschal, the prize drug who Strong
tiVl"H here that Max Kilt/, onlisted -
Ktiuntnn, u., where they will spend a from here : The tnemheis of the 1') thiun Sitii i-, Summer Better Than the Weak
drummer Jacksonville
was ''
member Of tht N. (;I. 1"
month visiting Mr. Niesieyci's mother I as a ..- Induce and l a nuriber of friemlpacked .- Old people who are feeble, and younger ,
Monday and Tuesday calling oft: his :i and who has born critically, ill it ,, a box ]last Thursday. and sent people who are weak,will l be lengthenedanil ARTHUR M. JONES i
trade. George is still) the rime jolly: Jacksonville for some time, has lotthe ] enabled to go: llirougb the depressing .
l fellow and his frK-n is! all it to the members of Company B, Natiomil heat of bv Phone 81-L
Misses Lavenia Wenner" and Helen] good ovor sight of his right eye. Mr. Kritz 1 summer taking regularly
gourd; of Florida, now i.i camp Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It
K. Sawyer have returned from Kiafcimrmo Flotilla] ure alway glad to see him. failed to pass the examination and I at Black Point. This company r- and enriches the blood ami builds J purifies up* Oi Minimi R,11,. litwNi Irtatoaj ut Ckwcl It.oo ,
Park, whtre they spent the dismissed from the mil ita. the whole I
Miss\ Alice River, of Lake Ci'y, was composed 1 largely of Kissimmoe boys system. 5Oc. I

. past week visiting Miss Emily] Fairbunks' arrived Friday from Arcadia, where" The many friends of Mrs. 11. W. and the t lox was filled with a large I

'1 she has been spending some true Grady, formerly of Kissimmce, but amount of good things to eat, which ooooooooooooooeooooooo

Dr. M J. Hicks left Thursday eve- with her uncle, and will visit Dr. now living in Fort Myers, will be gladto was greatly appreciated by the boys, I "

"11If..: for Columbus, Ga., where I be Rivers and family for a few days. know that she is rapidly recovering who were longing for the taste of '

will visit his brother, who is ill. lie Miss Rivers is a niece of the Doctor. from an operation performed ina "good home cooking" after their monotonous 1 Specials On ;

will also go to Atlanta to spend ten Lieutenant W. J. Steed and i Fred hospital at Savannah, Ga., where bill of fare such as the sol

days visiting. Ix-renz of Company B, the Kiusim- she went for treatment several weeks dier usually gets.

the mee orgrnization of the National ago, and expocts to be able to leave and ,
James hawse, representing Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson
; a Guard of Florida, spent Sunday here for her home in a few days.
American Tobacco Company, was daughter, Miss Anne Bryan Carson I
business visitor in the city Monday. I II with friends enjoying 1.hort fur- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. R-st Irft Wednesday returned to their home here lant I I DIAMONDSSaturday

:Mr! Hawse rnakea his headquarters lojpli. for Jacksonville, where they Thursday. Mr. Carton, who spent

in Jacksonville Constipation is the starting point will spend a vacation of fifteen days. some tires visiting relatives ot Reynolds I j'

for many serious diseases. To be They made the trip by rail to San- : Ga., and other points, met _Mrs. '

Misses i Dollie Alv.rd and Ruby healthy keep the bo we IB active and ford and from there by steamer. Mr. I Carson and Miss CarBon there and and Monday '

Whidden arrived Tuesday morning regular] HERBINE will remove all BeRt is enjoying his annual vacation they returned with hiri. Miss Anne,

from Kissimmee and will he guests accumulations in the bowels and put from his duties at( the postofficc. They i oho has been in a private hospitalin

for a month of Miss Alvord's sister, the system in prime condition. Price will make numerous side trips from Baltimore] for several months, is .JI..JI..J1. t

.. Mrs. R. C. Smith.-Clearwater. News. 50c. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. Jacksonville! during their stay.If much, improved, in health.] Miss Inez ,

;, Cecil Prentiss, who is a member of Word received frorff Black Point you sit in a cool draft when you Carson, who accompanied her fatherto See Our Selection
Georgia, is now visiting relatives
N. G.
the
of
the Kissimmee company 'amp states that Ward Eat.!'y, of this are-heated and get a stiff neck or
Jacksonville Mrs. P. E. Chilkar,
F., arrived from Black Point. Saturday city who is a member of the Second lame back, you will be looking for n
on a short furlough, to visit his Rebiment Band, has been promoted something that will ease the pain. who also accompanied her father, ,& .J1..J1. )

parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Prentiss. from corporal to sergeant and that Fix' your mind on BALLARD'S topped at Live Oak, when she will
reside in the future, her husband hav-
he is now rated as "first class mu SNOW'LINIMENT.and don't be talk- located there. COLE JEWELRY CO. }
Law-nee sician" with a corresponding increasein ed out of it because it is the best ing

all of St. Cloud pay. He is a solo cornet player pain relieving liniment you can get Rev. B. II. Guy and daughter, Miss ,
Miss Lillian May
spending the with the band. His brother, Leon anywhere. Prioe 26c, 60c and $1.00 Cordia, were here this week returning Jewelers and Optometrists ;5
were a pleasant party with bottle. Sold Osceola Phar from a visit to Mr. Guy's old .
with Mrs ElIza- Estey, I is also a cornet player per by I :11
dajr last Thursday ,
,/J the band and is making good. macy. horn near Dade City, where they vis- l I :
finIl Sanborn. I .
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?r ; *? t ' MJ4rh7S'Ia YLdWtYMn., .'Mh e .''Nwm, n. .1 , jp 1 'D 'ALI ; n L, 4Yq X t !1 k MN FRIDAY, AUGUST ,4,. II rl,, a

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u v rels, cisterns and clogged eaves It has always been false economy :to bound.-; If Upon removing the plant U.REMCIW
4 troughs. a leuVe manure exposed to. the weather,' from the pot the root are massed Ypss1

Agricultural, News Notes Any community can control the Since. \he\ price of fertilizers lute'gone! around the outside of, the IOU; a lar ss; STOMACH rolthle't r1r

mosquitoes! 1/yconccrted action accordIng 1 up it ,it disastrous. ger pot should be' provided. If, how ....=-t..._001L.. I'I":: '" ,
"I' FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. to J, R. Watson, entomologist to Manure has become corresponding ever, a larger pot is impracticable the ):PII.y. '
P. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE the University of Florida Experiment ly more valuable with1 the scarcity of roots may be sheared new oil intro Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers ot the
,Station 'Swamps and pools which fertilizers. Any farmer can afford duced and the plant .replaced In, the Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication 'j

\, >> I contain iitagnont dater should be I to protect the manuros produced on same pott.During w yellow Jaundica, Appendicitis e .
THINGS TO BE REMEMBERED .. .hiding places Once they have been drained{,, rind open sewers should be |his farm. Some will' 'say they cannot the rainy season is a good and other fttal ailments result from ',.'
ABOUT VELVETy washed off they ore unable\; to reach covered. But even when this is done afford td mako: a manure pit and time' to transfe>\ plants and they are Stomach Trouble. Thousands of }:
the tree again. For: this reason wale th>8 tin- cnns, mini rrela and other build a shed over it. Then they will apt to 'need repotting owing to the. Stomach Sufferers owe their eoni.
.. "' BEAN CATERPILLARJ. er;is frequently effective if it is ap- receptacles which\ hold water will go forthwith and buy commercial fertilizers. growth made, during spring and sum- plete recovery to May '11 Wonderful
pliedwith sufficient\ force. supply breeding places for enough . mer. Remedy. Unlike any outer for Stomach ,

R. Watson, entomologist to the The grower may use an insecticide,, mosquitoes to stock tho' whole neigh, A. P. Spencer, district agent for Where soil is 'needed for flower Ailment. For sale by J Z. Ro-( Y

University of Florida Experiment however, if he wishes. Paraffin oils; "" ,, bo hood., -These receptacles are usually tho University of Florida Extension pots, Mr. Halma recommends equal berson and druggists everywhere.
Station, gives the following points to kerosene emulsion, or soaps arc "!f- overlooked because they are not Division, says that the teachings from parts of muck soil, well rotted ma-
.
be remembered about velvet bean cat.el'pilJars fective The soap solution is perhaps so noticeable. Every place that hold j fifty loads of manure will pay for a mire, and sharp sand. If these ingredientsT '
: the easiest to make. Since water s .verl1l. days should be drainedor shed to protect it. Now there are are not available a good
1. Natural l enemies ouch as birds, whale oil soap is expensive!: the common covered. hundreds of farms which producethat garden soil will serve.

insects and'Vholera" should not bee laundry soap may be used. One I much manure in a. year. The A small plant should not\ be placed
expected to control them entirely. pound to four to six gallons OWilt- CORN CAN BE SUCCESSFULLY commercial value of the ammonia In.. in too large a pot because the soil is 'SAWMIlT'MACHINERY
2. The moths do not winter in er, according to the hardness of I the SHOCKED IN .'LORn.From .\ : that manure is from $3.50 to b a'I apt to sour It is better to repot as ".

riorida Field are reinfeoted, ear water, will)] make the right proportion I unit. The ammonia is the most soru-j the plant grows. :
winter by moths from the south 74 to 80 per cent of the feeding I Ijle plant food in the manure. AND
?. The appearance of the moth j is value of the be the soil which the is
;Measures for control of mealy bugs corn'crop can upon manure
I
a dignal] to prepare for cat-ipillnrs will also, help to control the cottony I saved) by making it into stover or piled is open the ammonia-laden' water LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your ALL SUPPLIES ,'
'lliev: will hatch in three days an I Iw.ll cushion scale] fodder There is a generpl impression escapes downward: If it is compact Write For Prices And
Quirk's Chill Tonic cured .
; begin to damage the crop about r amor\p\ farmers that corn cannotbe the water runs eway to the my
I husband of LaGrippe and Fever after Catalogue
ten days I later BKO\\N: Fl':M.I'S' ; ]HOST\ EFrl-: I, successfully shocked in Florida, ercek More than half of the fertilizing -
the
dusting'. vitih ]lead) doctor's medicine and other remedies
4. Spraying or O'lngto the henrains that value of withina
occur manure escapes
( LENT: AJlsr( : "' "ITEFLYJune I failed." 1
Arsenate control. the caterpillars un I when the coin reaches! the stage for short time when it i is exposed: to
Iii their natural en..mil's begin woik cutting. ('. K, :McQuarnc, slate' the weather. LULA ROACH, Drifton Fla.
and July] are probably] the Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25c.
,
Expect to'do this spraying in Augustor agent for the University of Florida.I To obtain full value from manure
September One spraying is usually best months to put whitefly fungi\. in Extension ]Division, hen found by nx- kit should be put in- a wntcr-tight pit
sufficient and one thorough: clu.ting tits citrus groves! ,.IJ\lt the brown fungus I penence that !stover can be cured I end covered The best farmers have

may protect the crop althoughtwo !: may not develo/) if appntd; that without much damage It has liven tight sheds with a cistern to "take :Er: : : S J18 Ask Your Grocer*

dustings are safer enilv J, R. Wa'' on, entomologistto I cured on the !Station T'.i'm also. I care of the liquid manure. That suchpractices 12 Steamer
f 5. Turkeys I like I the caterpillms, (1 I Northern farmers find stovera pay is'shown by the produc- Passenger Stanley rr- _
fi. A of Ilonclivelvet, ] heannKiH -> the Umeisit.v of I FJol'uKi; Experiment : Auto, perfect order aK I M
v strip ''gooc| means: of saving torn stalks] and tivity of their farms.ZEBfS ,
H lie planted] around the field of Station suggests that those fed I)I most swift
large quantities of it me every new, quiet, reliable -
CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES
i earlier Varieties\ to art a>. a catch (glowers who failed] to ohtain a catch winter. It makes excellent: loughaire NOT:' AS GOOD FOR rid economical can

r crop This strip "ill it..t. the i I if the blown' II I'the hut spraying' m.ijj for wintering cattle und work am- BEEF. AS DOMESTIC ANIMALS:' be converted into a truck in
mah. When silos] are ;,ot available ..
Ibis -
j I ) MI cluing August. fungus 5 minutes. Glad toshow and
it i is probably the best method of utilizing Florida, farmers have been looking
I
1 UMimmci,' and
is particularly', a i test car. Cost 2300. Will
Ihl'1..lhs and.) l 1"l\v Of .
( <-s corn
TKPS IIEI.I' 110VIKOL: "' IPS autumn form I'ndei natural. 1 eon,,:i which ate ordinarily, ] , init.] for a bleed of cattle that is immuneto take M400 cash. >' !' "*..' "" .
t tions it seldom licfnic'" A u. ticks The 7"\Ai\ a humped animal
:;
ppea') ntU; Is nccilcclin "
i I' care" shocking EverylestNew
The best way to control flies i is totreat i i III-I) but will often o mtimte to LTICTV Iloiuli thin in the northern state- from India i immune to lick; hut it W L COOPER, Coronado, Fla. 'jfest

or destroy breeding places. Thi well, into :November' if the< w';atlui' ;isi l hecnuse of the hca\'\' rainfall.he'] is not as good for b-ef as the est illlshod >. I J

can l"estte\ -clone by, community or , (Tic u",t tl\ moitI ( shocks must l he smaller and the beef bicccls in this, country -.
V neighborhood coopeiation I There( I 'I'he1 liown" fungus is the* most cfi stalls mist stand Ih'
straight 10 it.ter
,
Th I -hope that grades of this animal
are other means which supplement i Ilk""t of th" entomogt'nou"i fungi thitnttnck \\. \\ill, Bruin away and! not into
this work or which help individualfarmers ) ] whitetlv laiv.ie, This is truele the hock There are e\crnl methods would be immune bus, been entertained

to control flies where ('o-operation i| 'causeit is e.ip.ble: cf -.pn-acli .". "nv, that may be used Some farmers Iiv some farmers but dceoiding' to
'' cannot be had! The fUtrnp I vegetable] Innnchefiom one ]laiva have a frame which they start the John M s'otd)( animal industrialistto Stock of t
valuable] in another and docs not hnto .!ic>.
will be found a help I educing to shock around When it will support the University of I loruia Kxpeii .
: : the number of flies that come pend! on the spores as the red fungus itself the frame is withdrawn to lieU '
and half
I ment Station, grades breedsare
7: to clean premises from places that und consequently' is haicle" to j get: --.>d in the next shocks Others lei 1
are insanitary and in catching those, started in a grove l>y spra\mg [the tops of four or' more standing subject to the tick7el . Shoes Coming

which escape other means that maybe Since the red fungus is neither so stalk", together. Those are selected; ( >us were '" introduced into the
t employed against them. efficient and since it doer not growas i so they stand at four corners of a United States about sixty y ars ago
: Jb.; S. Pace, district agent for the well in the: fall as the brown Mr square and.the tops arc bent over and! They were first brought to South OUR recent sale practically wipedout
it "University of Florida Extension Di- Watson urges growers to obtain the tied to form .frame against which I Carolina. In spite of the fact that
vision, refers those farmers who wish brown fungus if they can. Unfortu- I the cut stalks are set. Still other (hey have been used in this countrj. our big stock of shoes but

{ 'i to use flytraps to Farmers' Bulletin nately fungus; material canrfot be j[farmers tie a bunch of cut stalks together I more than half a century they have have
fine line of
734 of the United States Department transported legally from one grove to ; and start the shock arouacl not demonstrated exceptional merit, we a new goods
} 'I of Agriculture This bulletin will be another under rulings of the State I them anti do not improve. native stock. Mr.
( on the way and they will be ready .
1- sent free on request by addressingthe Plant Board because it is apt to carry The cut stalks'" should not cross tih Scott classes them as fads and advises .

Department at Washington, D. C. diseases. However, growers: may I ? top. Crossed tops admit water i the farmer who wants a utility animal for our customers in a few days
' Several types of flytraps are dcscno- find colonies of the brown in their Not more than 150 stalks or hills I to stick to the recognized beef
eel in this bulletin and it contains di- groves: and foster their spread. should be placed in a chock and the breeds such as Hereford, Shorthornand
rections for making them. The best stalks should stand straight n the Angus! More rapid improvement i ,*

form is the conical hoop trap which PROTECT CORN FROM: WEEVILS shock Shocks should be tied with and a better product can be had by We known as the Old Reliable
w E can be made for about 65 cents. some twine such; as is used at saw- breeding native cows to purebredbeef are

Weevils are the greatest enemy of mills or in binding oats or wheat. animals.
rr SUMMER PRUNING HELPS stored corn in Florida. The loss from The string should be placed wollxto- I The Zebu fashion breaks out every Shoe Dealers of Osceola County

AND END ROT this source has hen estimated at few years and farmers are urged to
&- ; CONTROL STEM ward the top and should be so tight I
from 15 to 25 per cent. That is high that the shock will not twist. An old give it a trial. They are only wastIng -
f, and will amply the of time and money in an attempt,
Stem end .rot It another disease repay expense granny sack split part way down the
that mast be treated before it ..o1 protection. Weevils may be destroyed .I I'I. side and turned over the top will aid for if Zebus were suited to conditions '
1 pears.'' Th fungus which causes itilvesin by carbon bisulfide, but a tight cribIs : in shedding water. in the United States and were profitable COME SEE OUR NEW: GOODS

the dead wood of the tree and necessary' for this treatment.J. .? ,they would,, ba more widely ,r -

,;/lnfests. the*fruit'"IIeveral weeks be''for R. Watson entomologist to the SPRAY KEEPS FLIES FROM: grown. ,
} : the disease appears. It is too University of Florida Experiment DOMESTIC: ANIMALS 1 l' -:-
(late: then to do anything. .Precautionary Station, suggests that the firFt! step in UNDESIRABLE ROSES
measures must be taken before control of this insect is to clean the r Various preparations are on the MAY BE MADE OVER 'T'
V. cub thoroughly before the new corn ..8harv I H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
the fruits are infested. I market for )keeping flies away from i
Several factors combine to g ".'e I 'steel. This will get rid of any I!domestic animals Few of those are I j, Have you any scrub roses or any .
stem-end rot an entrance to the fruit. weevils that remained over from last .satiifactorA ch-mper preparation that lonf Have you some that you ,
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? The first is the existence; of the disease year Any old corn I that remains i which farmers can make themselves] ;, wish were: ]like some others you or
h f in the dead wood. The next is should be removed to another place and which is as good as, or better your neighbors have* The quickest .
a weakening and wounding of fruits I !because. it probably will be infested. than most of the preparations whichare I way to remedy the defects of unclesirable -

around the! stem end by purple scales I I If the crib i" not air-tight it should) plated on the market, is recommended ] roses, '' is to make them ov r.
ht Purple scales are fostered by the *e made that wav Aa, tuk t:tn l hy .1.I R. Watson' entomologist : The rainy season is the time to do it.I I I
Booty mold which grows on the hon- |II crib, may l o mqcle1) tight enough to !: to the University of Florida Ex: "'. F. llalnia assistant horticulturistto I FOR SAL'E---CASH PREFERREDThree
eydew secreted by whitefly larvae. i hold| the gas by lining it with building i periment !Station This formula is the University of Florida Expo11
| or single ply roofing Sta'ion that the old I Lots located in residence of St. Clbud .
Stem end rot fungus cannot enter i I paper' paper !offered by the United States DepatI | ment suggests portion ,
t t strong vigorous tissue, but fruit tnont of Agriculture and is known huh be budded to better !
vurietil'o'l Florida north of railroad within distance of business
| )If is used the joins should I I who has easy
weakened or wounded by these or paper us the Jensen: formula: I, Anyone a sharp '
other agencies is subject to attack ,;, be nailed well. Taper will let in very I Laundry soap 1 pound!; water 1 a little, horse sense can bud roses and part or town. 75 foot front by 150 foot depth. Plenty of
r Control of these other diseases will littlE'' air if the beams are int..rfoltl",1.1 I gallons; crude petroleum, 1 gallon; produce flowers much caner than
for home.
r help to control the stem rot. When weevils appear carbon powdered, napthalene ounces, The from cuttings The method used is room a
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Perhaps the most important step fide can be placed] in I>n open vesselon I soap should be shaved into fine pieces known ns, shield budding A vegetative Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.INSURANCE .

el in control is pruning out the dead j II top of the corn It will evaporateand and! dissolved, ] in hot water The nap- bud is cut with a shield] shaped
r, wood, according to II. E. Stevens |i settle] throughout the crib and I thalene should be dissolved] in the oil piece of bark from a desirable rose - .
plant pathologist to the University of j I kill the weevils If the insects"should I These two solutions] should be mixed bush. A shaped cut is made thru ... -
Florida Experiment Station. This removes |I appear again..the treatment may be I and thoroughly emulsified] by churning I the bark of the old bush. The corners oo.oooooo. 4 ooo oo o.oo.oo.
the primary source of infection j repeated :Mr Watson recommends: I in an old churn or by forcing of the bark made by the cut arc

The latter part of July or early about two pound, of the"liquid to I through a spray pump several times.Emphasis ,.. turned back and the shield] shaped II
and REAL
August is perhaps the best time to I )100(1( cubic feet. The nib should be I is ,laid on complete emulsion piece of bark bearing; the bud of the ESTATELet
t prune. The same pruning will a1.10'' closed for at lerst 24 or 48 hours during desirable variety is slipped in. The

''rf, help control withertip and the process of fumigation. A small spraying outfit is perhaps j corners are turned down and the us insure your Life, your Health, your Property.

znice the fungi which c melanOSe'j' the best means of application. However i wound mode by the T cut is bound Information in regard to property for
# dueased live in dead wood COMMUNITY: : CAN CONTROL if the sprayer is not available, with narrow stripes of cloth. ,
I sale and !
rent
dh Even though the tem end rot fun- PESKY MOSQUITOESDo application may be made with a''i The bud must protrude from the cheerfully given.

gus does enter the fruit it may' iun brush.. One application should repel.,vertical slit and should not be covered I In addition to fifteen other good companies we
p 'over the surface and make the rind you know that i the mosquito I the flies four or five days or even a 1 I with the cloth but the bark of the now represent the well known ,
ecabby. which sang his bloodthirsty song in week but more frequent applications ];.. stock should fit closely around it. The
,iY your ear lost night was bred in your may be necessary i'I.'bud should bo inserted as close to: the HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York .

r MEALY BUGS CONTROLLED I neighborhood? Mosquitoes are loatheto Flies not only worry animals and ground as possible. When the wound I:>> G.A..G1
[?:' BY STRONG SPRAY wander and, if they can find a host cause them to lose flesh but by suck- I I has calloused the top of the stock : :

a,* that will entertain them will not ing blood they actually rob them of I,should be taken off about an inch : Second Floor Gtizens Bank Bldg. Klssimmee: Fla. ; : ,:
Mealy bugs are responsible in alarge travel more than a quarter of a mile. food after the animals have digestedit. above the bud.
? y measure for the blackening] of They may drift a few miles with the Furthermore, a fly pestered ani- Of course budding cannot be done ...o..o..o..o..o.oooooooo.o. oo... .. . .... ,

citrus fruits by sooty mold. They wind, but the blame for mosquitoesin mal is hard to manage- and may he when the bark does' not slip but no i

k like protected places such as those afforded any community con be placed with dangerous to handle. To leave it unprotected trouble should be experienced during '-
m by two fruit. hanging together the community. The malaria mosquito against fli"a is expensiveand he rainy season. WHERE SHALL I 160 TO SCHOOL? '

f or by clusters of grapefruit. They is less inclined to travel than the inhuman. . Any sprouts that may come up in
? secrete a great deal of honey dew ordinary moaquito. tu the rose garden may be rebudded and UNIVERSITY OF FL RIDA. Florida State College for Women
which affords! a medium for sooty Mosquitoes breed in e sgnant water. MANURE PAYS WELL made into good roses also. Gainesville Tallahassee f

a t; mold. Sooty mold blackens the fruit They will not be found in running PROTECTION Investigate its advantages Before An Institution of the Highest Jlank
4 and neceiUt fl__> liing. streams except perhaps, .n pools of PLANTS WITH POT BOUND Choosing Your College. for the Education of Young Women
t According; to J. R. Watson ento- still water at the shore. They do nut Did you ever notice too brown ROOTS DO NOT THRIVE 436 Students from 51 Florida coun-589 Students from 52 Florida Coun. (f ,

,, 'TnologrUt the University of Florida reach maturity in streams or ponds water running from a barnyard or ties and 24 States and Foreign Coun-tles and 11 States 1915-16. Tot '/
Experiment Station, spraying is the stocked with fish for fish feed ,on the manure pile during a rain There is F F. Halma, assistant horticulturist tries 1915-16. Total 818 IncludingSIS Including Summer School."t I

let, way to control mealy bug*. larvae. Their favorite breeding money in that water. The sjg-ht is to the University of Florida Experiment Summer School. L., Write at once for Catalog. ,
' Pressure 4m .the' most important:fae places are in .w Ur. that U too.filthyfor so common that most folks d? not regard Station, recommends that Write at once for Catalog. EDWARD CONRADI. Preslddftf. alA
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} tor 111 this spraying, because the inects fish to live in, in open sewers!!, it seriously. But-it is really a 'potted plants be examined occasionally A. MURPHREE, President 297t"I .
must be dislodged from their I i ponds, mud holes, tin cans rain. bar- reflection on the thrift of the farmer. o, to see whether their roots ale potS :; "

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FRIDAY AUGUST 4.'' 1918. ( tHE KtSSIMMEE V ALL ETTT* Z KTT K PACE ;,, "..,.


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+ a.oa :ooaaaaoo'aso'' maple sirup, honey. ,, 'or other simple I NOTICE J DES RJMI N .OF LANDS., OWNER. Taz nd Coats. o, ,

SOME USES OF'RICEa,, : -
4> flavor makes a. more wholesome dessert D....... Miller Vfc'; .....,... He.H.bdl- V

4> for 'children than ..1..1.. .( Ix.> rich puddingsor :all\oit\ it. ... .......1- .

.3" Department's Food Specialist: > plea!because it i; less likely to upset Notice In, hereby" given! that the following- d<*described land or 'io much Loa 1 I and I. Blut'k..lt _.__-._.__.- :I. J.'Orlft"1\ _-_-.__ ./_..._____ 11/1.4/1/ / I ,
>" Suggest Several Wa)'a of Servinff the digestion h to .th..reot.a. will t>.. n"c ..arv to, pay. the amount due sale tnxei. h..r"ln. set. op.' .Lotad and 8 .r.e-e----.._,.- ......-. A. Vi.Donega---a---a, : 411.4r.
o destroy tho ape i> 0 th. same loaelller'with the cent of such and BdvcrtUlnif'Will. Lot 6. Block JI _..__ ......_....._'1:,_ 'b.. t -LesleyJ._er----... .. U8.4 4
<" Thin Nutritious Cereal. ,O petite for simple-.foods. V I (>w bold. at PUblic Au'tlol\on the Fourth day of Sepf..mlx-r. A. .11. 1918. 'In Lots 0 and.7. Ithick'73 4 -. ;E. Lesley .4----------- _' 17.sL1.

4.4a4a" " .4a (. 0 + I0" .0- +" :..0. .. front <>"the City: Htill\ door at Klaslramvv, County of Obc.bia, and ttatyuf 13rcf. moat northerly eec r; Lot: J, I .. : :
Cold rice, particularly that whichIs 'Florida.DEWRIPTION. Block: is. ,1-ufiB H n .....cr...-". K 14J ft '
( IC 43 drRrrues. 'V 7t4" ft. N 47 degreee.' ' 'I ", \ ,
cooked so that the grains are 'sep :: OK' LANDS.'NEit.. Tiixand Co"t.It. XV H2 ft. N U degrees. hi 171b tL -. 0. W.' nnni. ( .l\l...__._:_.. 1101 '

The experts of the office of 'lI me' arate I..,. a good addition to vegetable .... A..dUlo...1 I /." Lot 8. Block 18 Unaed. portion?) Robert Klt>del .........--,. __.-*-< -_ 1.18 J
Lot 8. Block 18 flo.lIlI..d portion) ZlSoa. U *v..
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Economics: cf the U. S. Depnrtment salads, combining well with celery Lots S and 4V of Ri'' In mock 4______ Louisa \\'a..hlngton.' . ) t-------. 8.61) U.91 ft 8 47'desree. K of moat ---------a-------- H.ve
,. H.-ir. ,!SI-' cor of block 11V of Ry run norlherlv cor of Block 19 'runa .H I'
of Agriculture havo been 'studying string beans anti tart apple. Jf one I N rit ft. W 100 ft. 8 Rfl ft E 100 tt.F.. Leonard ._ U.5. 47 wishes All E of Jt:. C. L. Ky In Block 11 ,.---_- ...1'" E. A. {3xss rC------- 6.115 76 ft. N 47' dvtirevaV. la ft, N, 42detrreoa.
of rice food which chicken
the a be some
cut in
uses can small N. M'''. Haaa Ile-Nahdlrtiilon" .f Illorfcal. f'. : H 7S ft ,*-- ...- .--.--- IV 11 Baaa --.:--, ,.,...-...__,--- 40,71II ",
served in many pnlatnblo ways all pieces also can be added a. HV s. T. K, e. le. 14 and IK nf Roes . .' Beg. moat southerly r7-i t.: oc. t"la
Addition runs N 48 ,di-ureea. E 75 ft. N 47dei.repB. /
..j1( the year but which,seems particularly It Is well to remember that when L'ota 1. 2. 3. 4 'and 5. Block 1 ___.,__u... ){r". R.K.' A. Pans t'R I' XV 71 7\1 degrees W 75 .y
in rice is used I Lola 1, 2, 1. 4. 5 and 6 of Block 2 ___. 1>1 1'.. A. B"*" ________u______ 80 ft. 8 47 degrees'I'Ef ft _:.--,.._ Hull n..... _-_ _____u_ 0
appetizing; summer. abundantly in the diet it Lots. 1 to It Inc., Block SLota _n_________ Mra. Jo:. A. Baaa. _____nuun 14:2R I-nt R. hock 1 II _*?-,- fI... Florida. Lumber Co. _____.}. 80.n 'l
Boiled rice prepared i in southern is particularly desirable to include 1 to 11. Inc.. Block 6 _nn______ Mra. .E. A. lines _____________,.__ 14 25 All. of Hlock ** .t.._-... H. Thurmmi __n __________ 111.48 '
Lots 1 to 10.*; Inc.. Block 7 nn_____. Mrs H A. Haaa, ___________ ____ 11:113: ao.well'. ".'111.SW' ..- SWs.
fashion so that nil of the grains arc generous: amounts of green vegetables Lots 1 to 10. Inc.. Block 8 ____ __ __n__ Mr.. K. A: BnaBK. __h__ ____n___ II IS i of Lot 5 and, 1111 of Lot (I' u___. J. C. Orlffln ___________________ less 1 1Lnt
is and Lots 1 to 8. nc., and 10 and. 11. Hlock 9 Mrs A. Baaa ____ 17.70 11 _ __ H. Fleming __ ____ __ 10.HOLot.
.J... ki'pt separate, sufficiently attract fruits also, in order that a Lots 9 and 12, Block 11 hnn__ MraMra. K A. BuaaK ____ u- 14 2R Ili." 16 u and"-- lT "lea- N iVvi'ft'IIIZ C1" F. Joh..on' "_". _____.,__n.u______ 17.18 )'

-* 13 In appearance to justify its slight supply of ,vatamina and of miner! Lots 2. a. 4. II and 7. Block 10 nu A. Baaa ______ _n______: 9'07 Lot.23 u. _ n_ 'un --.-4- ...__.."__ M. Tiller ...__n .__'________u_ IO'HAW y
I.nt,1 Block\ 10 __ ___ ____ __ ________ I.RV..1Blick --_- -.__--_____ _. 447 .... <(< .....'. .41"..-
.;\s.Btefulneaa except of course, where substance 'adequate in kind and quan. Lot k and 8. Block 10 ____ _nuU_ E. 11. n"II"N'II, 1110 I Lot 1 _un___ u"_' __ --------uu-, Mra D. If. Thurman \I__-. -...__" 9148
strictest is tity be Lots I. 4, 5. 8 and 9, Block 14 uun .1'' K. Ji"11111"I 10HfI: Lots 2. 3. 4 ..n,1I/ ....,..'_'.___uun___ H. \\'. Thurniail __u_____-___ __ 14.
economy noccssbry. Slowlyadd may provided. Lots 2 and 8. Block 14 nunun_ Mra F.. A. .. __uunu__ 8 An /' "...,-

a cupful of thoroughly washed I ol. 1 ,to 10. Inc. flock 15 nunn __ Mrs. K A. Baas ______nu_____ n.15 Lot.r..a N Wj of Lft't 2 un_______ O. A. Doneiran _____ _nU____ tO.Oft
.... lases" a4oaooe" ..oCI"FY 1-.T.e A Payne Addition Lot S nn.n _?_ O. A. Iionenaa u.un____ |.,n
r rice to a 'quart of rApidly boiling All of lot 14.---------------------- J. H. Allen ___ _______,______ 0 fis 117'4 of Lot 2 an4 all Lot S nuu_____ Ho. Fla. Lumber Co. .___ ___. __ 11.117 .'
which contains s'. COUNCIL NOTES. ao4L4aa' All of Lot 18 _______ nunu___ Hualn J, Sulilette _______________ 14.25 Lot 21 ___ _. ./!_ ____ ----- -nn----__--__ K. O. Canova _uuu u_..._"
level
water two tea- n..n..."'. He-f .l>dlvl.l.. 'of Lot IB. Lota and .. : H. M. 1'eake JJiis
"po<'nfuls of h/ lt. If carefully done : + ata'aaoo .'.,.. A l>.?.. Addition Lot 4:1: __ __,y-. :: : ::-_::: :::: :::::: A.: K.: Poneiran,---:.: ::: ::::::-.-_:-:: 890:

Lota IS and 15. Block A nuh___ Joe Rlchardaon 11.1 Lou 4R. 47 ud 48 uunuuuu__ B. 1>. K. McDonouirh ___ ____ lose ,
the boiling ( which should: continu nil Lot 20. Block A nhnhnnnn Pearl Johnson _ _____" n 95 Lot 49 .. / -- -__ __ __ uunn - M M. Marsh n__ _-.h __ I __ III 1.90
of the time the rice is cooking) will]) All members of the city council Lots 1 and 2. Block B __ __ unnU Unknown __ ___ 1.110 O sborn A Wenr. Addition" ; '
were present at the meeting Tuesday II. H. I*. u.......,'. Addition. Lot 6 and! XV 1(1 ft from Lot 7. Block H" W. H. Arnold _u_______________ 7405 u
Stirling Lot 1. Block A ___ 1 _ _ A B 17 7n Breaker
not be "topped. :: not --- r-------------------- Lot 3. tf Jo oo
; per- night except Council man. E. C. Bryan,' Lot 2. Block\ A --- _ ___ _ - - - - J t'. _ -- _. 1770Stnoy Lot: B/ Rlnl t'H: : : : : : : : ; _::::::_ -:::::::- : 11.95:
mitted, as this will breaK the ue Lot 1. Block K _ _ nU A Denver _. _ __ 7.3S Lot A Block K A. K. Doneiran .. 11 ig ;
,. rain8. About twenty minutes is sufficient who with Mrs. Bryan is visiting relatives Lots 2, 3 and 4. Block nhu.-----F unnU A I L. Onvldnon -_ 2S 05Mra Lot/4.: Block R; :::::: :::::::::: :::::: J N Boylnn _:::I: ::::::::: : iftl: j ;
{( Lots 5 and 6, Block F _ E. A. Uasa EL15i
in Georgia. nunn R. Block Jo'A, Heaalona __n"u_____._ j.go
to cook he rice which !he N. A. llohlaaon'a Addition H.
can '
A. Mat hen. Addition
7 8. 9 and 10. Block 1 Mlaa K Blckerdlk 14 RB ,
tri"od from time to time by tnkh-.g: one Lot Lota; 4., Block 2K' _---_-_:: :: : ::::: John Mallory! __?___-_-.-_-::_-_-__-- f N All at Block A and H ____: __ _uu__ S.' B. Aultman _To. __ ____._-___ 18.U rt
All of Blocks I'. I'1 I. J. O and P l>on"lI".n Cattle .________ 80.9B
Who the 'phone rent was an of Lot2.. Block 3 __ _ _ __ __ W H Johnaon ._: :: uu "
or two grains between: tl c fingers. pays XX' ... of Lot 2. Block S nu _ __ 1.. Rnhlnaon -' __ rV 7A' 1-11)). of lot 2. Block K __ ---__ _ __--__ Morris YouiiKhlooii _________n__ 11.116 '
"interesting question brought up at 4 Block, 3 nun_ __ Jerry nunn uu -hnu. l\ P6tn NV. *.. of Lot 1. Hlock (3 __ _ _ _ n_ :KHia. Leaks ____ .___ __uu I.7NXX'
4 v
I'our off the water from tin cooked Lots nrnfeK. unuu_ germ Oeveaux-, ..at - 9 '4 of Lot I. Block O _.._ __ _hu Cot ha r I tie Hradahaw uu__ ___" .
rit-c. cover with a cloth a-.d place in the meeting fn regard to the tele- I 4 of of lot LotB 2.S dkll,5 ':-kT--,:: : ::: :: Howard : -h.z: : :: 10.no r.Walter Lota 3 and 4, Block H ___ _ __ __. _ __ Will O Clark ________ __ _______ 14.SBL'tidUld.d .

phone on the city dock. The bill for Lot I. Block II __ _ __ ,_ __ _ _ __ Jaa.e MoNeal, _._ _.: __ 1425 H Int In Itlocka 1./: M. N andK
a warm part of tho vtove. 9o Hint the Block A __ __ ___ D. '" MoLean _, . 1I1i1\ except Lot <4.< Hlock K) _ _ _ A. K I>oneirnn" __u _n_ ____.__ 31.SJV
the 'pnonx rent was presented to the Lot 5 6. and 7. Block 6 ____ H W. Weaver ..?. .:" : is Nil of Lot 1. Block Q ___ _ _ _ __ \X' R'. Minim. ___on __uu 6.11
Bruins will nvcll.. To remove the Lots uun.n Lot 3. Block Q _ ___ H. l ). Cornell __ ___ _ __ s.ORK
_ _ __ _ __ _ A. K noiiexan. _ 6 II IiI.'A .nnnnu "
starchy mat.-ru-l from tie ou tide ofthaxjfrnms city council by R. G. Canova, who is IIi I Lot, 6.1. Block 2 and 14>. Block 16 _ -_ _- _ nn-- Henry ( lauldenF.6 _n.uun_,__n"n 234; <4 of Block if _ __ _ _ _ _ __ __ ___ H II. Cornell _- -_-- _._______- -_ 1415 I
_ _ ___ J. L. N S3 ft of XV *, of Block H -----------A. 11 Snlc-r ___ u __ 175H.K
charge of the dock with an explaoution of Lot 4. Block !1\\ n _ _ ClunIbell------------------ 6.or:; uuu )
< XXnnd fl
4ISU ft 211914 N of 813
rooks sometimes turn he Block
< HK ofX'H of Lot 4
at mar
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slating that he did not feel N56ft.E33ftS cor of \ : HK >4 Sec 21 Tp 25.H .
W 83 ft. : \\.r4
cooked rice into n. Htiaine end pour Mi 15, ft runa : __ __ : Kiln Inulden. __.__ 9.jdMlsa 2'i. rune H fl. N 209 k 4t. ,
."ujled. !, upo to defray tho expense of - - - - --- {'.'*. ( K 4111.4\ fi, H 2nllv ft _ unn _" Timothy OTJitra. .___ ____uu___ 1411 ,
arid Improvement
one quart of hot water over it before Klorl.la Land Beg fil<7 3-10 ft K of In'or.. of NVi4of

rovfrmjf with a cloth nr.d allowing to this telephone, used largely by the Lots, "*I ".2..r 8.-4. 2M. SP. SI, S2 and. ((10__ ,f' nickel-dike _-_ _ __ 11B 45' Si-i.11.I'< "<- 21.::Kl..I.. 2fi 11 29, runs '
public. It 'velop that the phone 23 and 24 _ _ _ M H Ciialei. . _ 3055' K lit N 2 a. K 20t \ ft. W ,
Rtearn and swell. A of rice Lot - 'Uhn 111 ft H 2 degreea' XV 209) %. ft _ H. P. SullIr _______ 28.CO 'FIt.
cupful raw )0: '.,. of Lola 27 and 2< u. . It q Wand Unu _ __ __ )11 1 NSN i : -- -----------?
rent was for 1erly paid by a numberf nt g Hill ftV, -of SIcor: of r Block XV. I f
... Vrlnu .I..lh".I"n <
cooked in thit wll' give over four RI| *
way At'72'a ft N 175 fl. K 72U ft.I
persons having business there. The I..... 21. 4:1.: 44 unit 4.1: of F. I..' I. \Jlj7r. :_ . _ _ _ _ C. E. 1'
S ft - - - foyer _____. .__.>,----n 298ft
of
white and boiled .
.
cupfuls very light 1'11' %arve-
matter was referred to the finance I Lota 1 to ,A. Im. Hind \ - -- _ __ -_ T'nlcnow' n, ___ nnUUhn 4 B. u ISM fl W nf NI -or of HlnekV. I
rice. The w ter drained off from Inc ltlnrlc' | H __ 1 'tile now n . _. __ 4 r Una S r.JU, f1. WIll" rl. N B3V4, ft.
be used in "ommittee and Chairman Roma i' Lots kola' 1 1 In'to '. Im. Illo.-lc C - - .u "I'nl now n _ h _hU_n. _h. . __ 45' K J">" f1 _ H..h __ __ C. lioycr ___________________ IS.30I t

the rice cum soup making rhomai' wan given to notify ,,Iota 110 !M'. InHlork, D u 1'nhn.w'I, _ h n 4 Ht-K; UMi: .ft XV and 175 ,fl .N of SK cor K.K I
power r.'tt of Bloi k XX" runs N 200 fl. XV 7214 ft.S .
to save h. starch and mineral whichit the that the city'', Lot 1 HI.'k": _ - __ -- .- 1 K* hltt.-d u.uu.n. _ 21'.'"" fl K 7IV4 ft _ uh.un__'_ C. Boyer ________ ________un IS.55Mnl yi i

contains.If telephone company I Loin I.I.IM::,: 2 1 lo to '.'M., Inc.I Inc:: :. Itlork:Illiii-k K-- ::J J'U": :::: :: : : : : : - 4 41'!.: Jnmen I....'. hiiliclltInton, In lathewa"ililllli.n ,5 5

,' .vol1(1 1 I not he responsible for the Lots 1 to ImBluck 'I Ph I 1'1 l\ m.\c, n -- -. - . 1a'. .\ J

one w1 :eF to u" a fireless cook- phone rent hereafter. I 1 Lulu 1 t.. M. Inr Hloi.V II I'uknuu, 45", Lots 2 told, 7. Illoi k B . _. _ q _ 11 1.. "Stnlllno' : ___ _ ___ ____ ___ 2 5O5 e"
erdd: 1 a cupful of \\11.| :- hc'i rice Lola 1 t.1 Im- Illo.\Ic I II _ 1',11"I "' n 4 -.'. L..t. 1 and, IMo. -k 11. h! S Ilurjsa h f _ __ ___ __ 7.J5 '
..-- I I I.n'' I lo '. I".- ,1:4.k, I .1 ) fnkiiiiw" __ 4 '." I. ". >l>i-t. '. .iilnllM,lon I.la'-
to tire" "r-ipful-' of liciil.Mfr' : uit-r.( :.n I I"I.' I to '' Im' H1..I-K: K' 1'4\ '," h.... \ .hl" 1.1..1" ....- .
of salt T I- i council cancelled( an> old t.ixertilicate 1 L1oI' to '.. Inc HI.-I.' i I I.I I. 1',01", now. n _ _ 4 1'i :1:i ,111.1, C;, Hl..ck\ A _ hUUn_ Mid Th..r..Rn Fluke _, self
which two I \tl I t/a .pooiiful. against the colored <' hur, 'h'lopeity I ,.tu. I 1,1, M. I In,, lni. ,,l< M I 1'nkinlu. 4 ".'i Lot 4 11nd, I f.. III"d. U n. _ _ _ S. S llliziu -_._,_ 1265 1
lire di"-nltn1 \\ t. 1-ntTli'k'ii \"lfI"-( I
in :North; Krsimmeo.. The 1,1-1' I. .. \In.'" . I Ihml.! l n I'nl' now' n 4 ;.". Lot 4 In..k.\, : \ : :: uu A I': Iiom-nrnn _ 57 !.5! ""Si
and the I put in'. u Unless< rrokei. In I L.I.' 1 I1. lur. Hlr,,'\Is 1' - 1'u\ _ - . ..4 VII "t... of L.1 I 1 Hlr,<.l< Jo'n .n _ _ J.Y.. Slnipnon _ 11.96>> '
two hourH the rue should be don?. !if ,ropeity, was sold for taxes in the XVoo.lnll A 11..1.... .nhdl, INlon of II. 1. 11111er'. Suti I11NIon of 1.0' I. I I
mount of 'JO cents a short time' lie I....> .1:1. :SI. 1C, Nn11 IIS, it.r F'. 1.. I. ..I...-.. II-
water J'mII"unlh.orbcJ.: it can I.ia. ...r- l.lll 'i'; _ .t- _- _ J. "'. Tliompnon -__ 57.35
any
>re it was secured by the church an.1 I Ih .ot" 1 I.. I I". In, ,, ,,1..01\ 1'nK\ i LOW n _ _ _ u _ _ 113I. ::' ( leg, 4'i ft F: of Srut'< of Block II jt..
be drained off. Rice varies somewhatin certificate showed in the I.OtM IR 10 I'," IJ.: ...1< .\ .\ m.'i n.1, "i tCoxfnkl.own "A n _ _ __ _ _ .'142\ rune i E: 3'; fl. N Ins fl. \\- 3ft.\ H
th:1 of water it absorbs tax -up .1.u'.1 1 _I..-l 5 :iind I" Io I'"'. IRI's i. It .hU _-_ _Uh . .72. I".", ft u j._ _ u __ _ hUUh James Smith ---r--------- H.Od.
.amount abstract. In order to remove the 1..1M 1 -1 ---, -' I ''. l---FIF r 1. I H.i! ll'l! f Xof NIC roc of Lot 4. .'
and the housekeeper accordingly ; 1 : 1 I'. 1" ami' SO, llloc) 1'.1,1.11 1 uoou _ _ s ,: 111,.,.t K H ) nua 42U. ft. XV 1\1 ft. N
cloud on the title, the'certificate visrancelled. 1.." . I to 1'n, ,' HI.,,1, l. l'nl.nln. _ _ _. h . U 14 Si 42'iv, n I K fin ft Uh _ u _ J. "'. Thompson _______________ S.86. 7II
should! vary the amount of water 1.ot fi. to 2"> Im. Him k 1 K l'.k'stI, u -_"-- __ _ h l.i f7 ulit NXX col, of 1I'Ik I. lima l K '''.
I."' .. C i.. 20.> I II,.. iiiiicj r I'll< nou' _ n.uu _ 1 117 I r.i2U. fl S 1 liiR ft R ft, S 30' ft. f' ,1
used. Lola' n lo M!' Inc.1 Bl.iclc II ------------S I":! Donegan u.nu_ __ __ 2 7 XX *N ft. N 13S fl nnuuu__ A. L Davldaon --_________ _-- II.er '
Rice cooked aR above described<" is I.OIM' II ,lo 11 1 Im Bio.' k (1 U h u (' TII K now n _ _ ._ ___ __ __ __ __ 1 fu. H.-K ClIft K of N\V; c-or of Block I, ,
Councilmen Thomas an I Carson l.oi" r, K 1 And 7. Block. IT - - .\ i., I'uegun _ _ _ _ _ 2" i mm S ins fl t. K 2BU. ft K SO ft.V )
excellent wh'n' Rcrv<'"! a.*. : vegetable Iota Itiiml N'5 of Lot. 17.111"\,11\ Q J II""A __ _ _ _ __ ___ __ _ _ r> n.-. VI! fl S 12 H ft. K 147IX ft N 42 H. fl.XV '
vere named a committee to arrange J. II. XX ....rt .H-. Hill.111 1.I..n of ..... 4(1( rt.oJ 105 ft, XV 45 ( un_ .T J Hann _.__unUu 14.I
with meats. a: in the well known '01' tho purchase of another tram '>f :,1.1: ..f K. I,. I. I'..-.. MurderLolf. Lot S Hlock 1 _ _ nuu_ __ ____ Kiln 1'- illlilia I --- __ 2ft a J

"chicken and, ric .." Such uses of riceare I I. 2 C! 14, lr. 2S 24 and 25;; ------T W.iodnll .-. .. ___ ____ __ _ 55.\ Lot 8. Block NT -- -- C. XV. Dann u.u,,- 41.85L..t
-
: : : : : : :: :::::: : :::: : :::: : : ::::::::::
mules for ui.e in the street work cf Lois' nnd 1" _ _ .4 H I. I 1,1.l '>' _ -_ _ _ - _ n a "orB 4. BlocU N J r. Fox __ ?: 6B.DS rt
particularly wel<-nrt1" in the pe- I I..ot 15. C.e.i. 1 HI.Ik.-' 2i' \1..1 2. Block I _ UhU _ .Inllna R7'de. eat _- _--___... U9.4S aw'U
s" not he city. :I Lot: 17 - I'udIrl; : :would: ,- : ::: :: : : : : :: : :: : C2:, "f Lot !. Block Q hUH _- (1 C. fchulU .__uunu 14.40 j
when "old
riod potato. are I Loll. 21 I nod' 2" - - .T F. .1",-,kaml ___ ___ __ n _ _ 2 (in' \X..S. H.. '. ltr-gulyd111.lua of 1
palatable and "new potatoes"buve I..Is, .; .Ii.., ; lllxn: L.akr . _ -- __-- - __ _- 3 !5', .llloekN r and I'I
very ) Councilman Bass asked concerning ". 1. lllnncharil'K ..lrhd/.INlnn of l,..t I \"*.'or Lot H\ nmlX' V4 of Lot 7. Block II Sum Tarw..l __uu__ ______ 11.115 I

not yet appeared In the localityor more electric street lights in North III: of 1'. I.. I. 1 0'.. ..orsyI..I i \f. of Lot 3. Hlock XV hhUq __ c II. 1 n.hhun___ U 4 5
of I'lnck ?: Iron XV 12n ft of lot 2 Mra A M MoaeU-v 84.
5 II I'oopcr'-------: -
are high/ : in price in the r.1al kct.Anothe ,i\issimnvje and other sections of the t. 7 "M."r 1'iiim-lH I' Ciioper _ 1X'm E'i... of Lot 1. lllmK V - -- -_ - _- Mr, llnlav SinraLot -_ ::::::::,::: 9.4f

dish which IV'H almost as 1..t::::, 2:; -I.lul, 23 '. : : : : __ \ Hiiin.a: _I_ __ __ :::: _- : : :_- : : : 0214; ; 2. Bloc-lc \ __ ._ _ _. __ __ __ _,. A. Vana Aln..w hU_____ 91.4 w
'ity. lie was instructed to have pe- 2C' - XV in' Siina 1 ;2r I..H 4 1:1..1': \ - -- _ __ _ __ - -_ W TIUII'M..n ___ __ __ ______ 4.8 I
good. an appearance may be prepared ::: _ : -::: :: : : :: : : : -< Block 4'1' J XV
itions prepared and presented to thelectric Lot 2 and, 211 u L.ISmall Jac-oha 2 0 ; r.r.J'; - = - - i IU ,
XV. II. learn "iil'ilUI-l.'n of Lot :,17 I \\ ', Lot a, HI..v I >H : : ;_ c j. NeiaoiV"-"ii"i"ri"iiiii: ; ;
liy cooking rico n double boiler light committ I of .... I.. I. I o'.. Addition I I'i:: .. 'lor XV ion rt of Lot 2. Block. ID 1 J A. Ilultoulat ___ ___________ 9.3)
without stirring and using about Lola 1 ami 2 11. Burney 3 911 'j l l' 3, ft -of Lot : und Lt 3. leas Gft- .
Lota 11 | and '2 :: ::: : :: : : : ::::: :::: :,- .1. McNi'lil". --.::::::IZ"IIIZ.riIKamuvl :: 3.410 ft. 1'A_ ____-- __ ''J M. Bryan eBt .___.___._.___ H.OO' f

three cupful' of water and a level tea- Thd salary of Osborn Young employed I Loin 39!.\ and 40 ___un-------- M. Lover..__..i,___ 3.11/ 13 155 C. L. IIY.. : W.. '. U. Unnklna .,- ___,_"_.._.- .Z. iT.Cfi. J
,, of salt to each cupful of Tic*. : II. \\ ) Morrovr'a Wuli.llil.l.n .of I'ot, \ : . I.lllr A. Johnaon'M: lle.Htibdlili.lnn p, .. ,*" , f _
by the sanitary committee, I IV. ..'f K. I.. .1. ..'... I'IU".J''I"' ; 14. .ndrcwn aulidKlNlon of llloc'koH. .' 't" FS": ,' i t .
If dish Is desired skimiilk. SI .. ..__ ... f'+ ami ll M .f A. {' ,, H.-3 ., ,'r 'Vf; +1 .
a more savory Lota 22 and -. .-. -.- -- M. apnv' N.5. },..rlWa lWftA!. "*,. ..; 11.11 I ., , .IT A il .?
was orderell rall.ed. from $30 to $40 I ,. .. L1' 10 Inn. . / Rutter' ( , .09
T.ot 24 Jr. ThurlnR eat 4.4 .ef/TtJo ;xR
>-:**- M4L< #4*"'iryr' t ol..7 1. -r..eN.P- e ; .arrereJy'sa
whole milk, meat b oth.\( tr8111' pet month; effective July)1st.. f + IJot 611. Kir'I""c'olC"addltro n !l2Iluibllr.A nls It',E'v' ))..l1eKl\n 11.9 , .. ,1"'aN 71". \nlok..l" '. + .1'IN..I.." A4faa41Br13'radr,.' 14.9 .

tomato juice or Vegetable broth \\ I'nrt of: llrl.r Let 11.\..hlreHnlidlrlalon K. ... I. Co'i. NnrirjLot -. ,' \... ..\o\\'tIt\\ W , ,. .. ,. ,,i'i'lfP'.. f ota'1,NI nlo,, llock, 1 ._J:1., ;..C.I Dlbhle.yn ___. _...._.....__."ET.2R '. ''

be used in place 'of w 'tcr. Rice 7 :n __ __ . .._ _n_ __ J r:1'ltI"ln: hh__ __ __nh__ _ Ii ac I Lot 1. Blork --_-"_-"---- _--_ 'it. A. I.uak ._____ _____u.__._____ 11.41 .
J. C. Davis ..appeared before the Lots 11. 12. IS mid 14 _ - .- I(1 '\'bit.' _ _ . _ o' N't; of Lot 1 11"1 t Ic 20 h _' Mm, Tl" iimnn Johnson __ u_ __n ;
may also. be combined with protein- onrd and lJk..d.tlat the Lot 00. 1' I. 1 <1''s nddilliniI 1"I I -. T Kllilc.I u _ 14 : \ .1, /.1/ ,. U 1.I. _ '. l lihiln *.. _ _n'u 10.011 ,
city engi ,
ich foods. such milk choose and I I-. u .il : 01 of lot 7', i m \Xii :. II. XVnlcrx )<>n. Addition I' K
i as 'r lie, inbtruitccl to establish. theInc t. I" 1 r: i I.. -. n s :M', ft 1.\ ,I']", I-- '. ,coin 0 _ .. 1-1"0,1' 1'1"1" du _.. _ 2HI. I
for u' in pl.Il'e of bent, m with ..f ', \\1 1' '",,,,", __ .1 ;:{ t\ I. XddlllmiLol I
oggs/ pf his property at the city limits I :. I , I ; .., ,, 1.., ; '. ..,,, \\ I" InMM T 11x ; f'I

small amount of v, get, 11. lo make* m the north side.? of I the city. He was I" r, I : , I'' ,.. I" r, .. :I : 7 ..n. ,1 >> - I r r:..ns.."I'- -n.-- - - _ -- : 7
'
.., I' t. ". .\\11 :' .
fiTrtluM. ( If I : I I. Lenle3'| > \.1,1111.I.
coulee
the latter "go )romped that tins matter would 1 betaken l I II': 1I'-'' f'' v ? I AtA. ., .I' 1"1' 7 , ''I" I I H \VD nI.J.n - _. 2 7 4I
hui ii a dish docs, not (contain :n much I' 1. ,, f'' t-. ,I.,, n \\ 1 lIT': 11 ., I' II \, _ 2 ; .
up lit once. I I ,?, I"I 1'I,,,, \l "l'k, e \ u _ 11 1't', I I _ 1 .; .I""OM'' ::1. tyr
lr! sue hllildinr.rl'ot..in: ?s if it wimade ' 1 11 11. 1'4nuer'. theuhdls' '. 1.Inn .orI ,I.'t. :1 I. :a., ::17. :. ;, J'" ,0lot, I ;". .J I; ,Inn,, eon' _ _ d I" \ .
of meat but \\1t'11!i the nnner', 11,1111',., lu 1..1.. 1 1 ,,4 d 1,4111,' .I.IIIL.. ,,,, . _ . . 73.I .
cntinly Properly owners, in Jape; Hr: (czi I".r'" '' ,, ''-llh. .1 Lnl ,1"-" I : .\ I I.. "". r,-.
inert: proidcil nrdinntdy i Is jrencrousand I.'d.. 1 .,. 'I 1 .1 \I "1'h"I.P''gI' ,. .', /la. ., I I : ;
(['itioi.ed the counc-l to plat. Iilcplugs I.'I-' I'' 4'ut I : I I' ,,011.\. II" 1.11le" I ?. 't I",' .1.. I.151.4" IC'. '. '.
UK aim )is to reduce i the cost I'ro.p...1 "..rl. b r..., ...nkAl1.1.' ,, ,,' -'I.I'I :: '. .' r. .
that section of Theiiatfer
of the fool.uch ([ in thecity.. ..r 1..(. ..: uud, .1. I'.. I.. I I. 4 o'. ., .1:11"" .' .. ___ __. 2 ; '
the
without li' ssi'unit' (o I \\as 'refeir.I 'to the v.ati ionunittce ...... ... .1. I 1.1117'N ,I"Mil,."-
rolnilnatiutt: arc' well worth try I."" '. I" \\ li I'l-.li." .. "I'n I .1,..1 .' 1-1. ., I U JII. I'.n ,_ _ .. _ H" '
I
with power to act.> I ,' < . 't7' '1' I Cm nl 1', .I. ., I b ? l 1.1": It qJ__ m
i ing. ...--- -- I.'I', .. .I,. -1.5,1. ,I' I. I r, -nn. I : i : I'lu6 I _ \ -I..I: II.I.UIII., .M ....I..lhl.'..n.r I',
1'1.... 1 rP.l ..1,6dlt" ,l.lon of I..I "i ..f -i.: . ".rI : of1\ ke... :_.
7'h'1 following M-cipo for an ,-oonomIdil Telephoniccommunication.. l hetwe'n> 1.61.1 .. 'I 1 1> -..-.. 211-

I < dish, iniidi \.it'i' lire ;(rid,, leftover laiksoiiMlle and Ii\ana will soon bet I I..t It \\ p \\',il.li A-' .I... I 1 I I r', I \t' r I1.. ., ._ ._ _ I I, .
I I.MV t." r. i lu,,, ., \ >I.: lsnu'u.nMI I IL"I ", I I'l.1 1 U It" e6.1 .. Il"d,)' __ _ __ alt\ l
mutton may prove" usefi-l. leahty. The American Telephone I .1,1,. ., I..1, i i ': 'n'. 11 1- ". II. lliillcr'Kililllloil- t __ .
I..I-. I": lo I'1 I I IlI , MIH' S T I'M..i.I] : i I.,,"' n, s"I.I1. , i M siI .I 'In..1 t. 2 II -_ .Uhh___ _
and (Hire. will lay 1 : : : :: 1:: ; ; d F I .1".1.8 IIW.
Steamed: uti on ilid Telegraph Company a I L.I.:. : I I'''i' to 4S hi, \ K I loin NIt 7' c. t. I nrn.,1 tddlllun-
llii. % ililttl...flSI I'l, ,, .U .\ , 3:41t :
Pour cooked rice, two cups large cable. from Havana to Key llol.rrl N ?I I. : IIIII" _huu
cups .nutkrr'N SH|"lh'| |Idol., lif III..I'k M I'1 t I I'' 4I, U\ XI _ .I non __ ___ __ __ n 21-
cooked! mutton cut into snail. pieces, West, where it will connect with the IIL.1 I r't"I 1 II 'II1u: .k CI I I': I I L, sir ___ 21.I
I P V\'not.. n I I'I, I ,?, I In" .1,inl S t I IUi not I I 13 111, I : I.'sl' \ _ .. _. In"I '
one t.-aspoonful salt, few drop; onion (\nlamt; wjres of that company to 1..I. iMlo.llllkl ijizn: 'limn: ii, ; : i_,of.. 7 nut, I'l... kKlKHlmiMre I---- I Inltlo, \ (toss __ _- _ _--_ .3 1 '.
'. Illnv ...... ._
1,11.11mNlnn (if ht.I.I
stock water a' neeiU'd," ; one J .k..oll\iil. 11..1
or
juice ; "111.I. ."- I : : I IT I I..IM 3' 1. 47. I",' ,
tablespoonful. chopped' parsley, one- I I....| I Il .., ..d.) 2 .1 11 l.llimoii: ' r. I ' "I\ L.ti, I.... ,.... I...' ,
The Indian River Inlet Association< \I."I 4 \lltlll, VI I llf.llllH' r.. ,,.' 111 t.. 1 1C. In j lets, II t.. 12C ,Inc I..n. ca" I 'ltlp ('" _ _ .. 211't ,
half cup bred ciumbs) one egg/ o-u- I.1 '. ,I..UU- Ill "I \1Ielt, ; .i '.-' ., ml, t L', I It 7l I :. . 1"-
who propose( to dig an inlet from the! l'I' 4. l : c: .loiitiNion. ,, __ ?_ I 1t."t-I '' .' 45.I', ,.1 1 N' 1 : IIndha d _ __ _. 1:17I.
quarter teaspoonful pepper. Fort fierce have' I ', a 7" tl :N of SI': 01 of. HI" I It 'II.1 l 1,1 - 1"tcntk'a ," ,\ 1t(4, \ n_.__n. J, I I.Lhnnlun'a
Atlantic ocean lit '.., ..... Ir." !"l "
"-- (;rease n mold or a bowl I of about II' n.- \\ ft N 1,11 fl I. fl' I. 1'.1\1. I I' rusk1.I -
\l>e--n requested to submit plans. for toe 11 ,id I-' 2--o. ft of i : ;:' ft ..f HI.", 1 K > I ,l., :. m. I 1'1.,1 - u _ 1.01. van "nll.. r'.. u.n. 3 t' .
one and a half quart capacity ami 111. 1.1, ,In of f'M I'1hn..e, ,, 1,,, __ _ n ___ Uh11 ___ FC" I ofI I I., :. \ImI'l' I, ? I'nu" r.n, rlit'b' ( '" ----------4_ 'i.\
fork and to give bond in the sum of \ . In ;' ft t of I' "s" ft of. 1:1..1: I IV I- .'- I' 2.5-1--II..J-.I.1I .0 \, F .Urrtun _ _ _ 1I .. '
line with cooked I 1 ice. I llc.it I the mit \II. f.." in\, "r I'15\ " 1'n.tl'' n _ I s.I .5' I"' : '., 1 I. ( ( Bna I _ __ _. _ I I""
Government (; Jlli
the United States
with other ingredients. using enoujrh <:_!O.OOl! <>( to ,l.i. fl "f 1.1156. I "'I. ,141., "f 1"II I' 111' _ 1 ,'. I I..,1 ,1" I 1.1..1 I, r: ( ; Ashn.in h I' StI
for the faithful performance' of :Nin fl .r In' ... I" '\ I I'f, 1'' 'I7 1'' ". I" I t r. I I". I, I I I.:: \slnn, 111 .n..nuh. - 1 1" .
stock to make a mixtuic that i is moi ,t \\ ntrrM A I nraoN 1r... I ,,n Ile-..ubiiilnl.n I'I .. '. I t.. I" I Inok'I 7 .u Iwu'. ,,,.c'n, ,, "rtll ,l's. n. - _ r. ,,?, ,
heir obligations before the !government I ?r "7.1. aryl 111'- i , 1 t., 'in II.: , I.i s Iwh/, ." ,, ,1'.1", '" _ n 61'I ,
!but> will hold! its shape. 1'iick t tin- LoMl .' 1" .1 II \\ ooil. . ..11Mi 211 1 II.h I I 1 lo III I'.llH l 'I 4 1'1'' '? ("nn ( '. Co. U _- ;
in the center 4"/ the mold rind: will authorize the work. ....r it"rl, i I" \l II'I uud',, i ; : < \ ,,urn,, Turnliio . 77 -., i i t ,. i II'\ and, C t t. Inn 11'1, .h-- 4.
meat c> .- - - -- 'Heit: r." ft S nf NK; ear of ,1:1"6, '4! I" ..". ,..,.. I ,,l.. I'. hU __ __ r 4
rover with the remaining rice, gr": (' mi- S -," fi \\ 'IM!' n :N r.n n i 1-: "', it .\ 'Ci.: n . _ . _ 5"I ," i I..< H I Mini,, I nItl.. Ic 12I."I" _ -_ __ _ Foster Newton __ _ _nu __ .
i I': of I"3 ox.l, l.m.li In B Allen \ M .inI, in Illmlc 1 1t 12 n _ _ \ .S N'I.ou I _ _ "nrr:
the cover of the mold lif( a lx wl is i REAL ESTATE. Ci; .,.. itmil I' SnillhVVi. 'I i : 1 loneiill - - 12"' I' '.'a '. ? v i I.,.. 1'1"1: I kl.ol 1\;\ a \t M \II'Mh .U. _ -. __ .n 3'"
for 0\1'1.) : I .. of Tlloi 1 k ( XI I.I rs Jude HllKSI 11"fl Ii. l 1,1 I k 1 1:1: __ _ trC \1'I.lo. . __ iC'
used I. u plate will! serge a ( .Ml"..x..1. b. v nl' -.'\\ ".'r..f HI.....I.. I' fcIIIIIH ...1. I 1'I\ I Ic 14 _ _ hn. \tra 1..1. "Knn _ _ u __ __ 12" 1
steam or cook in water enough paitlv 1 S 7o, ft. i{: P"ft N 7", ft \\ I'" Lot K, Hlo: ,.Ic 14 _. ,\.J. ,\1. _ _. _ Uh_ 151' '
? haling/ purchased the property I ft .1 J T'odgeu. - - - -. -- - 2SIM r,11' Lot I I. 'k 1" \tJa.' ." 1 Ihn.'gan, .. 161'1
to cover the mold until the contentsare Brack and! Ili I; Beg fit NK oor *.r Lot. 1 Hlook :3. IMIII, I-,! 11 1 l-lo, I. I 14 Mr" 1 F I unegn it __ n__ I car,
Turn I on the coiner of ) ssti !< 110ft .' \\' I 1'iH ft. N 107 ', ft i I':: ,I..t. 1 lo. 5 I ,, un1 I'I M and' I". Hlk. 1 <. '., ,. ,I'? uuuu__ 7.n '
1"1. tt
thoroughly heated through. .-ettwo blocks east of the pis n O .1 I ItllHdII - _ _' SI 1. II. lonr.nn'.nhdhl.l"n| of W hot and serve with tomato I of I and ? Hlook. ft il SI.-r .41". ., %l': ..r HK '/ and SM, ..r %I.: <. olHI
platter . /
on a ('hi istmn church, X. Kis'.igmleel Lots 4. B nt-.l fI "'-"k r. MIB" T .1 n-n ._. _ __ -: b, of "... I-. ..... .. T|". 25: It 2Lota 3
suucc. Li-la 1 and 2 and' N '.. of Lot (17. Bio, k' 11 ,.|,r\, 1"lI'IIn i iI. . 4C 14'. 4 lllork B u Mra O NortonLota 2.60
noted I have moved, hot) my Realty Parlor All of THo<'k M!I I I. M "'hlI'n . _ _ _ u 4fi 4- ::: 4 to: \Inc. 'Hlork -7u---- K K L'land: : - --- l..Fi
The above recipe it will be I and.! ri-siJonce from Lake View N',(, of Lola 1 tend 2 and all Lot 3. Lot k HI. S . .1 1 .1 c.rltTInLots __ _ __ u ____ 16. ,
the of lireud crumbs instead .- Hlo.If.\ XI M I.h, 217' 1 I to Inc. Inurk 9. u A R Iion.-Knn" uuu.u ___ 11
suggests us" ,collude :ii.: Kissimmee, to same. .Ml of BlooV 17 Xtrx I-" Mclntoah _ . 34 iH ,- I Lot a Him k 9 l u.u' _ I'at| | JohnalonMcki. .u_ ___ _ nn- _
of flour for thickening which old N; Si ft of Blook IS \\. It Tim _ IRH. A I... ...-. Addition
Will be pleaec] to meet my tus- lee N\V" oor of #!l.iok 20. run" M 1 1"'''" Lot.i: ".1 4. Illork 1---------------- Z T. Rlab _ u.nnnn 390
i is often a way of saving bread whichmight tome::, us well as .,.,..w. SelaH ft. t': inn ft N Ion' ftl' 100 fMLota \I'M' I'rlacllln B.lai. rat n _. 12 "- I nplatted l..ndn-- 5It
be wasted and whichis 2. 1 and S. liter. A XI ra Pmmii IlnaaI n 2r ir fd'Ar n XV of NK cor of NF'' of .
otherwise homes choice farms vacant lots lol: 1 Hlook' : B _ - I K Mln.xFllinlxth _ _ __ ___ __ __________ Hi: Far IB Tp 25. R 21 4
also one of securing variety Lot a. rihook Tl - - Robinson _n_ u__ '" 332 45 ftV 153\ ft. S SOU ft.V"a3
way und acreage at priers and termsto N'4 Lola 4 and K. Blook n. I ; I Mel.'an : 32 f ft. N nix 45 ft to U ...-('Ilon. or 1 I

as a different texture results from and country All except N 25 ft of Lot 1. Block J_ I.. Starllnor" _ _ _ _ _ 81 11 lln". then J BOS ft jo heir., tax of f ,
used. suit. City proper- V BO fi of Tot 4 Hlnck u _ _ H. L Ptarllnic.T _ _ . n. _ 14,2/\ 1914 u.n_ __ ___ -ABcK unq. U. A. Hamilton _u____________ *..45 _
that when flour is ties for exchange n..r. lit ft. S of NF mar of Lot I BlookM. 5416.5 ft.V of NR corner of NFJ '4 ,
If finds it convenient cold lamb, ] run. W 99 ft. S S. ft. K 99 ft. of HK "4 Hep IB Tp IB R 29. runs 1
one --- N BO f. _ _- . If Smith _ _ _-- -__ u.u 14! 4SK M au 45 ft XV 163 ft.' S 808 ft XV si .
veal, or chicken may be used in placeof Lot S W of A. r U n.v. In Block P_ _, N )' BnaaMrs - . _ u __ _ in 849 ft. N 538.45 r to %. .ee or city
dish. The Elite Really ParlorMRS. All of Blocka R and S _ _ R' F. (Politer ____ __ u _ __ HO 2KSO line then F (OS ft. to beg., tax ;
mutton in preparing: this All of Block T and U Mr.. John Jorinaton __ u __ ______ SSS 1916 _ _ __ A. Hamilton - $5.15
AWf
.. AB the basis of a sweet dessert, R.....< B... >.. Addition 14. /.j? i "*r TCi.p-iiR-ii.. tt Volta ------ .:::;;::::::-: 116.16: ; 11
SUMMtRS. Mirr. Tot 2 ___ Fred Ronlnaon on NU NK-4 n.
I (! ce i is alwaY8'useful, especially so Ilu It. 1 C4W.: Iricl 1.1I91UdnN Lots 8 and. 4 _.._.*_._._._*._.... A. W. Jackson _-:.-:.::::__ ::::::::: 8. R o II ___n_ ---___ E. L Lealer ____-_________ It.l1 t r
r 207 "....t. FHda n..I.... ...W'Y.711 .- 80I E14 % of BW'A o'u 8Wli8eo)6, \
for. invalids and little children. If Fractional Block 1 ,- N. 'P'. 1'1.' ... __--_- -_____--_______ 1p oll.m R 29 _- -_ -- --_--- Oeo. N. King __.____.- __-__ lUt f{
with milk''' and it Tot 1. Block T ?__-____D'_______. M J. Hlcka __nn_____________ J-*OK E14' % of NWV of NWK S.C_ 9!
combined eggs tMTb Lat 8. Block 7 .-----_---- Mr. C. C. Kulp _u______________ MStl.tt p. 35. R I - Mra. A W. Mera ___________ 1 I.1.
1$ makes a very' nutritious dish as well Delves Out Malaria Builds Up Sr > 0"r'. moat essterlv'cor., of Lot 1, runs m. of 1m. NWK of.t'WM-.e. I. C
boiled Old ataJIdaI'dat ..U.ugtb..l.ae.le, ft 41 wreB.-W M ft. tt 47 derr... Tp II. 1 __________________ Ham Harwell _.____ _____ 1.1' '
a. on fly digested. Plain T.&aTJCUE88..W TOIUe ........ W to Stewart ave.. then along Stewart SO.
cooked either iri water or In milk oaoy.'a woodad tw W.ue tb..vs' av*. to moat portharlr cor. of con W.. OV
M.1.rLmc b.e lie Tag CltT.
__ Lot 1, then 8 41 decrees B to bee, Mora .rd.
and_,served wish a. little stewed fruit, .... tewiMie. r.f'.
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PAEJ$ '. I, ''"0 ., TILE. KISSIMMEE r '' VALLEY: GAZETTE' FRIDAY,,.AUGUST. 4, 1916.II .

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NotesC' : PRETTY TWIN DAUGHTERS Co CAMPBELL. ,000 "
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II .* Society $ MR.; AND, MRS. UaM. MILLERI HAD TO STOP WORK 4.444"4 4.444'4.44e'e'' '$.' '


I (Mattie Belle .nuns" Editor.) 'I TWO SOLID MONTHS children Mr. and, of Mrs."Richard) Loufjhman, spent Bronson Sunday and,' 'I''I'I

LI i I with :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lanicr.} ,

Request is made to' all -patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items GOES BACK Mr. Steve Bronson, of Ornngo C;:el1- titer _, ;
; "i TAKES TANLAC AND
s I of Seciety Events 'o the Editor for publication In these colums.f TO HIS JOB FEELING" LIKE A I was': visiting relatives hero lajt''"I, '
week.
XEW 1tIAN-IiASN'T A SIGN OFOLD ; 'qr,
. . . W regret to learn that Mro. M.
...a a a a a a a .a a. ? .
loianiaioiiniO'iLUPFERS rT'_ ."T"o . . - 'W'I TROUBLE NOW .
ia
i I toie Sullivan""is seriourly 'ill at her home r-sat

ENTERTAIN:' 'II' Baby Olivene Savage, piano numbers, ---- Pleasant Hill. (lr

'I -' I, readings and "acts." Every ..featuri ''fit c "Give me a bottle of that Tanla," Mrs. Martha Yates and Mrs.: Mor-

# 1 Mr. and Mm. S. L. Lupfer Jr., entertained of the program, was received by the said Y. B. Jones, of South Jackson- gan Brown, of Kissimrnop< were the
and e'w. ville, as he walked into Bettes Pharmacy :
instantaneous
for the audience with fi ,
'j: last Friday evening I guests: of Mrs. W. L. Campbell: Tuens > "
applause and all proved to bi' a few days ago. "Aftr seeing ::: -.t..r
Sunday hearty
:; members of Mr. Lupfcr'si' ; day. .... ,' ,
: what the medicine hag done for \ j. .f
friends.Pleasing favorites. The will be sentto (
of. proceeds '
school class and a number \ rl ; Mrs. J. M. Bryant who has belill lk ,,
nib P son I believe it will help me for
my '
, games and contents furnished I some orphanage. .t for the putt few wooks, is now on
, during the evening I Thof,' tnjoymg the evening wer"Mrs. it has helped him over troubles that
amusement the to complete racovcry ,
t. Refreshments of sherbet, cake aft H. C. Stanford, Mrs.!!< C. W )( have been bothering him for nine Mm.way Peter Sylvester and Miss Mat.i' 4

!I candy were served.! ,j Dunn) and Miss! Maurine Mrs. Milton] ,, years." Mr. Jones' whose address is tie Collins spent Sunday I'.t Lough- l f

uII', 4 Those! present! were: Frank Bryan "Pledger, :Miss Marrict Seamore Mr ; .J 1 R. F D. No. 5, Box 61, is a well

Bert Wells Lee Hobbs' 'I and; Mrs.! "A. W. Bailey, :Mrs C. VBearden known and highly resepcted citizen. man.Mr. ofKissimmee
;, L. D. Geiger, : and :Mrs. Robert Bronson,
N:! Bryan Simpson :McClure] and Fred I I Misses Elsie Norton Louie "My boy is twenty-four years old I i spent Sunday li.-rc, therluests

;: Lupft-r, Lucy Lupfei Joseph Scars. : Ja('k..on, Eva Thomas, Lois Johnson r4I land married," he continued "and is of their parent, Mr and Mrs.

If! Art Gardner and Paul! and Arnie ;; Alva Fortncr, Frances Burns; andJoseph ;: a brick mason, the'same as I am, forI J. :M. Bryant. -
learned him the: trade myself. For
assists Sears Arthur Gardner, Edgar
])raw Fred Evans Frank ws' ; two years he has had the worst sort
Hiilnncl. L
hostess in serving.it Harring
the I' will be sorry to learn that he is' very'
: and here
ton and Fred Lupfer. of stomach trouble latelyhe
!I'KISCILLA CLl'B. ,. has been so weak and bad off, he ,ill. r
i
Robot I.i.iiicr of Loughm.tn, was
PlC.SlC AT SOl'THI'ORT. couldn't hardly work. .Two bottles of i +

Mrs,.John Bronson piercingly, Miter- this medicine has !'simply] made a newman I visiting relatives t _here Tuesday p

, tamed the members of the 1'iUnll.i Another} Enjoyable picnic was h"ld] of him and he has gone l back to, WORK. ON PACKING( HOUSE.Wc.k () .

f y ] :Monday at the Southport ranch work now after having to lay off two .. -

attractive affairs have of the >I lid, months. : on'
: These proven one is ,i.piiily, pr gr as; i,{ the

.* { Social conversation a-.d pretty, fancy I I pleasant featujes: of the summer season This! trouble has! boen gettingworp addition, to the Kiimm.e: Citrus ,'

work occupied the attention of the :[ and an invitation to Southport and worse on him, but for this Groweis; Atsocmtio"!: (n'klllhou'i ,

guests! and dainty rofic-shmenls of ,i I always welcome both to honn'folk and whole time he has suffered with socre which was foi'ineily i.h, Water tfe ;

i+y- sandwiches. wafers nfld iced tea ww... "'"if of -n1-. \ pains: all through .his btoma'h I Carson packing plant Th,' floor

A fine 'dlick: 11 dinner was served and couldn't cat anything that would I spate of the plant ts IK-IIIK' doubled : y,

aslisted i :Monday and the day enjoyed uniler( agree with him. He would seem to I II >.nd
fe Those present were: Mrs. Milton: I the shade of the large oaks. Some : //I AND:-.; HlEI.IILI.EIl.: fill I up with sour leas and belch] and for the opemtif; of the M'tung[ season -

Pledger Mrs. 11. W. :Morrow, :M.A, 'of' the party enjoyed n swim in the I "Which Which ? have the worst kind of heartburn just this fall. A Hrijv quantity\ If ,

1 Cottcrr.ian and baby }Elizabeth Mrs canal I I nil the time.." new, mad in, 'y hay ">., .1 i purohuwod

'1 H. G. Laslcy Mrs.! Rol,!. Glover,' Mrs I Those in the party were : !Dr. and! "A-. much alike a: two p,-its in a folk'- enjoyed pnmc on th" lawn :if- "He would have the most pains in and will] lie install'>1 i" 1'ic' pTiint:
Mrs. J. L. Bcaman, i :Mis. \\'. F. ]ilakmmnof Winter" hi-, right side and the doctor said he ,
F A. Senders 'f .. ,
1 1oI I is the common expression { ,er" \\hich, doluiou'ifrt' -hir nt nf'lit
+ Mrs. IX S. Marks! Mr!<. L. M Skinner, I'uik ; A. P. (Connelly) and. sonl',1. tho'. who know' the pretty little twin "' rake and 'ce cream vveic1irved, hud symptoms of appendicitix. lie Bonds! were voted u..r:,itiiiiid,' nlv i fit r

Mrs. S. J. Soudeis Mrs.: I C, W Gothn 't'I' and Raymond, of Sanford. ; K.: C( hu, .ttusof.Lnnd.D: : .LM.: : :Ml-;1r 'I 1'1.0-! present w r : :M.i: ',''iall :Mill was fractious and nervous all the I lluvic for the election of it $l.r,()00
children Mr G. L. HammockMrs. Morse of Sanford ; K.: (C. ( ham bars. , time' and these troubl] seemed to I school IK- 1
and building to oiipli't'din
public :
of K. inll.1Th:" little gnNtnil l 1\'i,', Virginia Harris, :Mary Gilbert; I
r Wells\! f !St. Louis C". B. Kl.im of Houston, pull-him down until he fell off to almost
E.
hr J, Bronson, :Mrst E > ; ': : I ;iitt.-ntio 'vel'y\'hel' they go ,I in Mi, ail ('aolvnf.ifrin.: ( Alplu"jsin I tmi for" the opening cif"1 pool! this
Texas :Mr, and Mis CJ; B. Reynoldsind nothing., lie was not able to
and Miss :Margaret Lii'-ley. ; ,
|flue! above 1 | notogi'aph how hj'V; : l Knimitt: Jilbei-t; : ri_ a nor und| year.
daughter Miss, Jos ,pill c; Miss: work and was! getting wore and. ,
much alike they nre. Alta Ruth Oveistrevl) Loin IVnke, i j
tfi ENTERTAINS:' S EASTERN STAR. :Mildred! Lee, Mr.: and "Mrs. A. J.Reynolds worse all the time.
'' Mind: :MiM." M. :M.ll.-r!: ent.Ttninocl lohnnye/ Brorihtn:, Krr.nc: Joetli.i; ,
-,--- of .St. Louis! ; Rev. S. W "When he heard about Tanlac and.
last Thursday after:icon jt (rioi'-nce Reeves, Misses i LucrtiaOverstiect
Mrs. J. L. Overstreet was hosier1' Ijiwler] and W. :II. Davis! of ()r lando. started in on it, it eem";.J to help] him ,
'heir! home on ("hutch street; in honorof ) Neitit !NewtoMutti; : ,** ;
to the ladies of the Eastern Star ::1t The men in the party make up .1 I right fiom tho start and now you ac isvs
1 the Tenth birtli-lay of their daughters BollHarris, :Mrs. Al Gilbert and
her home last Friday night. The distinguished gath<:ring. Dr. Blackman I tually wouldn't know him. He has
Hern.one and Il zcl. The little I :.Mi-t., Peake.
gal house was prettily decorated with cut is president of the Florida .LiveStock II ,i gained a whole lot in weight and has

flowers! and a rplendid] informal pro- Association, and owner of the rr-yrv" :hot the sign of a pain in his stomachor

gram was rendered. Vocal numberswere Wekiwa ranch near Winter Park. Mr.I i anywhere elite lie eats anything

rendered by Mr. Overstreet, Davis is secretary and treasurer\ of I FORMER KISSIMMEEBOY I he wants and is looking stouter and [ESPECIALLY[ ADAPTED

vet Miss Helen Bass and Miss Myrtle the Southport Cattle Company. Mr. I I better than I've seen him for a long

I'h Paulk. Little Miss Eleanor Over- Chambers is one of the officers of the i time. For Your '

street gave a leading of "Grand- National Live ,Stock Commission Co.J TELLS OF BORDER LIFE I "He's all right now and is going to

mother's Spectacles" which was especially and Mr. Reynolds is head of the I ]I Macon right away to take a *ob laying StateF '

h' enjoyable. A bird contest Wrought Iron Range Co., of St. Louis. I J brick for a contractor the /': What

furnished amusement during the eve- ., .,. .,. I J. S. P. Fyle, who was at one ti.ne I rious and dangerous to this bunch. 'I I know about this case proves to me

ning for the guests, who included the MURRAY OVERSTREET. GIVES ]I manager of a furniture store located I Our outposts are right along the Rio that it's a mighty fine! medicine '*nd I' IRt' Oar Initmc- j

j5 members of the lodge end their hus- PARTY. I Grande and at night we can hear the ;I want to give it a good chance to' : t

:, bands. Delicious refreshments of on ,Broadway with the Johnson Bioy- town clock strike over in th:! 'little help my troubles, for I know it will F i re e tin CatalC pe

.n peach ice cream and cakes were served The members of the "young set" cle Shop is now a member. ( ..heI I Mexican city across the river In the do it." and Weekly t

'
sister, :Mrs. J. M. Paulk, of Cairo, Ga. receiving dainty envelopes bearingthe on the Mexican border. In a ;doing the same drills that We are doing exclusively by J. Z. Roberson; in I

e M words "Get Busy." Upon opening brisjgcs St. Cloud by the Seminole Pharmacy;
letter to one of his friends who U "I : There are two across SEND FOR
PYTHIAN SISTERS ENTERTAIN.Mrs. -% tho envelopes they were found to' on- 'of the river at this-place and 'we guard in Kenansville by Phillips Bros,- t
tain irregular bits of paper covered i member Company B, Florida National to* the middle of each and. the Mex. Adv. THEM TODAYJACKSONVILLE.

.. F. C. Bryan, Mrs, George with words and parts of words. When Guard, now I in* camp at Black leans"guard to theFenter from' th"ir

Overstreet and ,Mrs S, E Gardner arranged these were found to ,be' a Point, he tella'.hia'experienees as follows side Some time Ve hike out on the l The.,t QubriM.e of IU net tonic DOM and la.atl Not
entertained! the members of the Pyth- cleverly written invitation to a,partyat :' .1 desert and when we fall l out we nilbegin I BROMOQUININBU betterthan ordinal I "' '
'' ian Sisteis lodge and a few friends the' home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Quinine and doe not cavve ncnrouBnes nor FLA
"I had only been, home three weeks to hunt horned toads. Theh rmKinB In head Remember the lull Da..e.ad .
Wednesday afternoon at the pleasant Overstre-ot, Tuesday night, with '.,.>k; Iw he SIgnature ol K. W. GUOVR. W-
i when this complication arose! and I again we watch the Mexican cowboys Yt
{ home of (Mrs. Bryan at No. 4 Sumner I :Murray Overtsreet as host. At the' 'Wild do this
joined Saturday night and left there chasing hordes. They
street appointed hour all the guests were : :Monday for the mobilization camp. in relays and it is great fun to watch I 440I o-oo.o; 0 ooouo; 'c'o.O-O' HOO OOOOOO oouooouuuo.

The program consisted! of a piano in attendance and! a merry evening I ride. I I
th'm. They certainly can
I We stayed in that camp for ten days :
solo by Miss Lucy Buckles; reading followed. Games and informal mu.i- :1':
; and then left! for the border. hope they don't fight nearly so well. Classified Advertisements
by Miss Sammy. Dixon and a piano cal numbers we're enjoyed and delicious After five- days and nights! on the Occasionally when we are out on the i S

'solo by Miss Winn. The afternoonwas I peach ice cream and cakes were. : and. five days desert a storm comes up and it i is! a
concluded with refreshments of served by the hostess. She wan assisted road, a very pleasurable ; . . _ _ _ AA..A. . a . . . _ _
lid nights: it was, as wall traveled I weird sight to see the sun shiningbrightly 40000000000000000000'000.. V VVY VV9Y..VU VVV .
ice cream and cakes. by her daughter Miss Lois, l by : vast sheet of rain It
in Pullmans we arrived here at tins on a modern cottage DWELLINGS for rent, pply. to M.
The guests included Mesdames :Mrs. J. M. Paulk and her daughter. : !stretching sky to desert like n F.dR RENT-Six room ,
f i little border town. Upon arriving .It ffom Tiller.
tr Bryan Overstreet, Gardner, Berkley] I, Miss Myrtle of Cairo, Ga. : huge crystal bead portu-rc untilt close in; $1- per month. E
marched about two
Eagle Pass! we
Hyatt Brat- I Dot and Joe I E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur- LOST OR STOLEN-Three
Smith Bryan, Ragsdale, At the party were lust it strikes you freezing cold. Shetland
desert and
miles out into the are
ton Roberso'h' Griffin Lancaster, I I Makinson Sammye Dixon and Clara' camped in a large basin. There are These !storms are always welcome to I ance. 104 Possiel Ave. ((The Inn) ponies:>; red and white spotted marc w

Waring, Breaker Ingram, Porter, EI.I of St. Petersburg, Mary and colt and iron Suitable
,
Shepherd marc
I about ten thousand troops here from us, hut oh, these! sand! storms, they FOR SALE OK TnADE for liorse and !tray

lie, Donegan Rivers Farmer, Paulk, i I, Sinfcletary, Grace Gilbert, May :Maryland, Nebraska Vermont Kansas make one wish that one had! Uaen |I wagon, one 2 cy. Buick In good I reward for return of ponies or

(1 Thomas, Misses Buckles, Overstreet, Wightman, Norma Griffin, Adnh and New York. The New Yo.'k born an ostrich instead of a rookio. i condition, good tires; must sell o\ information' that will lead to their
IhY, Rivers",, Winn, Dixon and Shepherd. I Wafrner, Jeanette Prevail Lucy i Aside from the send and heat we I discovery. J. W. Miller 3IHf
However
., troops nre mostly regulars. I trade at once.A.. M. Jones, P. O.
as K Pearce Carolyn Fripp Violet Bullo'k.'GuR"b ,
WOODMAN CIRCLE ENtERTAINS most of the guard duty is being done are very comfortable rs w- have good | Box 221, Kbslmme 7tf
I II START AT THE TOP-In bred
:; Winn, Alpha] Westfnll, Freiiln Thisis showers end a reading tent etc The pure
I by the men former guardsmen.
Schweikart Mrbel 1 Ovcrstreet, Dorothy I Uurocs with a high clans sow or
be- FOR'COLT
'' but 'a bit monotonous nights are delightfully cool] but STALLION SERVICE-
The Woodman Circle entertained a queer life not -
y' Tussday evening following the initiation I'I Wells! Dorothy Bishop, Muriel! I tome. I have been made company lieve me Sam'i Ralph, the days me |;: Strong, intelligent, gentle excellent gilt bred to lit Grand Champion
bour to farrow in
Lillian Harris Mildred Burk- ; September( or
Prentis hence the using of this -. I don't think that I shall ever j I condition. Money, refunded if no
; of number of candidates A I clerk,
a I' October, tho first litter will
:.1m. and Bert Wells Henry Single- invisible Remington' get used to sleeping in a house: again, colt. 422 West Oak street 6tf put youon '
'1 bountiful spread was laid in the ban I' :ary, Roscoe Roberson Leroy Lesley, wretched old to do its been so long since I slept in one. I "velvet:" Mandaly I-'iirfir,, Box A, }

quet hall of the Fraternity building. Walter Bass! Jr., Bradley Harr's: typewriter. I am not supposed I The little :Mexicans come into camp FOR EXCHANGE-Two good homes Middlehurgt 10'111. 33-4t: :
but I do it makes it ,,
number of guard duty as!
the
were a t
Among guests
Kissimmee for farm lands. Also
in
Frank Bryan Gerald] Rivers, Charlie I believe I
I for
day our scraps.
e'' members of the Orlando Grove, including more enlivening. We only drill in the ,I every and for WANTED-General
town clerical
land
Paul and good property position
Hegero, Raymond Bearden them the river to
.. the afternoon. they carry across
'fl,4, Mesdames Allie Hawley, Ola] Arni Drawdy Richard and Ned Bullock I morning and rest in feed Carranza's soldiers. The guards stock of merchandise to the amountof by single man, ago M: ; at presort
Louise Riecken Louise Cook In fact it is too hot to do anything. ( I !
Hawley
i4l farm in
William Arnold] Harold Wood- one to cross the river in $4000.( Good 240 acre employed by United States Steel
of the fallow any
,i' Maggie Hamrick Frances Swearingen all, Lee Hobbs Roy Yoang and A. J. Every day almost some too heat. boysare either direction! if they have on citi Lawrence county; Ind., worth $100ptT Corporation fair education, including ;

Pauline 1'illan.s, Ruth Barring- I IVomach. overcome with zen's clothes and after they are acre, encumbered $6500, .can business education, ten years
ton. Laura Lucius all of Orlando, and This is the strangest place nothingbut ,
. searched. Sam and 1 ( remember rent; owner I as asthma wents to experience, typewriting bookkeeping -
Mrs. Marion Gilbert of Jacksonville, MOTH""RS'-TEACHERS' CLUB. cactus and mesquite bushes and you ;
desired at six work.
I Florida with run as long as per Salary no special object
who to
... i the boy came
> strangest animal !life too. One
for the Circle. Besides the ,
state organizer -
for Florida wish to locate
exchange property. as in
There were "no meetings in July nor little chick- me) he and I are going to buy a suit Kisqimmee.
thcoc ladies there L. A. of the boys has a prairie
were
solicited. Nelson Clerk
Correspondence care Board of
r will there be any in August. At the eVi little coyotte and nearly nil\ ,Iof overalls and go over to Mexico the Trade, Kis-
Hawley John Barrington and W. H. one a Co. simmee Fla.
y y + Hamrick. business meeting in June the follow- of them have snakes and lizzards. first\ afternoon that we can get off. Realty 33.3t-pd r

officers elected j Well I have told you about all the =-== ---- -
ing were : beautiful.: .
i' The Orlando Grove has invited the The nights are wonderfully CC'L ==
President-Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer. The over the ridge I news I guess. Certainly: hope that -- --- -....-- -.. -.. __ _
'.' Ki .imme Grove to visit the former moon comes jip I | U .ipi.ii.nni.1. r u >m s, >uw a
Vice President-Mrs. J. Z. Rober- you are sent down to this plate. I
almost -
and close that one can
k at some future date and a large number seems so I
c son. touch it. The whole desert is have adopted a yellow Mexican dog
of members will ho doubt
accept !
l' the invitation. Secretary-Mrs. W. J. Fripp. bathed in silver and the air is cool and call: him Henry after that old' May-Stout Lumber Co.

. e Treasurer-Mrs. E. ,E. Naugle. and sweet, the, mesquite making it Henry dog that I hy l in Kissimmee.We ; ;

GIVE ENTERTAINMENT.Little :' A course of study is being arranged smell like witch h;iel. arc all anxious to get over to the DEALERS

k for the ensuing club year by the The coyotes come up around the border but until we get word the best IN

Misses Irene Franklin Margaret committee--Mrs. Fripp, Mrs. and afternoon we can do is to thank Providence *or
1M program edge of camp and yap every House Building Materials of all
,' and Helen Winn, Baby Olivene S. L. Lupfer anjl Mrs. J. J. Griffin. some one brings in a rattle- such: si beautiful waiting room.. Give JIr

Savage, Alberta O'Berry Katherine As' this is a' newly federated club, snake or something else equally cu- my regards to all the boys and write ,

t Tiller and Frances Seaman gave an the committee thinks it worth while and tell me the news. Kinds

,'. entertainment at the home of Mrs. that tho year's work be given consideration mental and basic for broader work J. S. P. FYLE.

i, C. K. Franklin Wednesday night before of departments of the. State next year, though the club may deemit Novelty Works in Connection

an appreciative audience. Federation of Women's Clubs. The wise to limit its activities to but

fe The little people donned pictur- departments include conservation, one department. No. 666 'A--, AH we ask is let u figure on year estimates.Cmurteevs '

'. costumes and gave a "parade" public health, social hygiene, education The president, Mrs. Lupf, is now
.que, -'hNorth TUalsapt*. riptio* prepared .ieeI.n1'' Attention ud Pro.pt Delivery. C t'
daring' the afternoon and sold tick music, art, eta, in all some twenty visiting her girlhood home tot MALARIA" CHILL FCVCfFWe .
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Qta' for.the enormous sum of three departments.; If we acquire an Intelligent ern Georgia, other members are in o.. si* dew will break any csis.aaj Phone

:'cents'each.'Thprogram. understanding as to what the distant states, while some are recreating -I U take UM* at a toato ba Fever will aotreturn. Kissimmee, Ha,, .
't presented b.It'the State and General Federations aredoina by motor in "seeing Florida It ads ea the ,Mrs better Um "
,. : ; Gk .l ) ..POMripeocdcfcea. 2S.
included discing by the knowledge will be funda- flrsti" CLUB SECRETARY. sat ...
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'' Ktm lmm Tatter. 184. I" SOr. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,. AUGUST, .191$. VOLUME XK NUMBER .
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{J;; RECALLS < SUMMER HERE .4

THIRD YEAR
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The ,favorite Store of Klttltnmee f
r

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eorge F. Drew Governor, Bufjf Gave FURNITUREWE ?

; M* IN EUROPE Hays for Presiderjt-facts Of Mem NORTH '

Contest and How Democrats


; : Germany. Is On-Defensive Regained Control of State Impression Of .Non-Residents HAVE IT {


Allies Are Pushing 4 That t Weather Is .UnbearablyUot
of "Cjla- Stearns for Governor, held numerous

of the Tam 1 conferences in the office of; Captain Refuted ,
., Everywhere interesting po- I Dyke, in the old Floridian building, C
';'; His letter I and finally determined that Captain lm eos.eetiea with oar Hardware lies .. carry a c..pI.b. 4

< : Dyke should attempt to compromise FLORIDA NIGHTS ALWAYS COOL of furniture. We make a specialty of eutittiag ...es; and t r
HAVE PLENTY Of .....11I. rtfiable
; the issue of by agreeing that three of the electoral ,
---'. .
July 21, there votes of the State should be
,;' Austria Appears to Be Lo D from Tal counted for Hayes, if Zach Chandlerand Hastings Editor Write. Answer to Bed Room Furniture Dining
Queries of Northern Friend and
,' and Efficiency Bulgaria V. Knott as his co-conspirators would agree ,
: :; ,
': 4 fuses to Help on Other Supreme to declare George F. Drew elected Show How Wrong Idea of J Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par '
Summer Weather in Flor- -
Turkey Has Slight Of- a reconvening Governor, and. further agree to with-
I Power. from the ida Prevail. lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
(t.w'" fenfire Board, and draw the Federal troops .. ,.

:">J.7; The end
v',F Great War finds the Germano action of the compromise>..and G6vcrnor Drew states have the impression that the
elected less than 100 in Florida unbearably
summer are
session of little more of was very un was declared by
He is 'eith votes. hot, when the reverse is true, the store b making a record for itself i. the Matter of
c held August 1, 1916,
W I they anniversary: on of the start of in that me- Only Three Living. following article from tho Hastings helpiaf peep!. te outfit home. Come and sea Our price are
conflict. / ho thinks the There are only three of the distinguished Herald will be of interest to our right
.. Democrats living who took readers both in and out) of Florida: I
Russia, tho vast man power
organized and furnished with Florida never part in that historic and memorable Whoever first got Ih* notion that

t.J ments of destruction in plenty mandamus the I(I contest, namely, Judge P. :W. White, climatic conditions in Florida during .
TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS:
tering tho Teuton lines on but on the of Quincy, now past ninety years of i the summer are unbearable, must I II

and has already won back and bitterly age; former United States Senator I have come from somo' spot near the II

miles. Great Britain boasts D. Westcott, I I Samuel Pasco, of Monticello, now past north pole, or some region ef eternal I No matter what kind of aa Eagia yea hare-Gas: Steam, ,r
alli
lion men in her army and of the eighty years of age, and Captain snow. Those of us who live here Railroad or Stationary Eagia*--we hare exactly the Toeb yea
of the writ Dick Parkhill, also of Monticello, now the year round find the summers to'I '
France fights alstrong.ly .eed ia your everyday work-Wrench**, Hammer, Oiler-etc,
11 Italy is increasing her I(I nearly eighty years of age. be very pleasant indeed. This itemis all of the best quality and workmanship, and at price that wffl
Dick Parkhill is the uncle inspired by a letter received this I
led by the Captain
ness. ... This ha the of
surprise reputation handling only
; store{
Congressman of Judge C. B. Parkhill, and week by the editor, in which his cor-
our
Austria appears to be II hardware, that b of superior quality and yon will make no mistake .
Cocke married respondent that he has heard
Chandler, who i Judge Wm. Archer says I
a and efficiency. Bulgaria in coming here NOW and Inspecting oar big. stock.
send reinforcements to the on the j Judge Parkhill's aunt Judge George that "it is so extremely hot in July
Russian fronts. Turkey people l be tP. Raney was, as well known, the distinguished find August that no white man can n
offensive out a writ |I I father of our Judge Gto. live and work outside, and almost unendurable I 11
power. I
'; Tho British navy, Judge P. +P. Raney, the present chairman of the even, for a white man who I
%7 & ) w'l Commit lias lived all his life in the Osceola
Hardware
<*< , v land, still shuts off turned tee. Former Senator Pasco is the north." About the only thing to say j
use of tho seas. f I r father-in-law of Dr. Time, our Pres- about that is that either our corres a
pondent's informant does not know
co-conspira byterian minister.
Germany and Austria both '
steal of 1876 what he is talking about, or must
forced Chief Ever since the every
of hunger. ,
pinch .
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i. '1 The German chancellor Associate Jus- Democratic newspaper and every have som! ulterior motive in wishing I w- -:
Florida has to him out of the state. We
in keep
to mandamus Democratic speaker .
in the reichstag has offered '
the Entente. Board for the I denounced that steal and have always came from North Dakota threo years '
State for I opposed going behind the returns. ago, where we had lived for the preceding !- I
Meanwhile with the sky
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ing, the Entente Allies for President, I Thin unwritten law of the Democratic ten years, and except for a The eyes of the world ; +
resolution taken{ 'in the dark for Gover- I party \is stamped upon the brief trip into Georgia last July?I
Y hearts of all true and loyal Democrats where the weather was much warmer ,
I last winter never to cease
forts until Germany is .... I in this state in characters of than in Florida wo havo not been out : .. \
I On August 1, the in Flor-- living fire. of the state since. Only this week are on the man who

Austrian.were in the midst power'T that the state I Will Regret It, we had a postal from Bort'Cas who

.. brilliant campaign against ,. Samuel 'J. Til- .Mr.,Knott will bitterly rue the day I Is staying in Detroit, Mich., in which
!-":;V1&t'day" Lublin, an. ; : ,George F.' that he is attempting to ,override he'states it to every bit as warm thereas .
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inv southern Poland fell. Democratic-- law. Democratic prece- in Florida. Because,Florida is so
-,b Von Mackenson with Democrats dent, and, yea Democratic tradition delightfully warm in the wintertime SAVES N
1 '" quered was pressing Tallahassee I There are some thingsthat itre tourists get the .idea that it must be

\: while on the north side of th steal of *hej dearer to all true men and patriots unbearably hot during, the summer
salient Von Hindcnburg -Judge]than statutory law, and the refusalto months. Such is not by any means
1\\ his host of -field! gray General i go behind the made up and certified the ease, and if such people would on- :I
, Without guns, without and Comp- '' .returns is one of 'them. ly take the trouble to consult the bul-

h,: with nothing except myriads were ably] I voted for Mr. Knott on June 6th, latins prepared by the weather bureau f.
giants, some of whom E. Dyke ,but duty and a'sense of justice and they would receive great en- for
. moment
1'1': charges with sharpened sticks and who was fair play demand that I vote for Sid lightenment on the subject. pAUSE a young man, "::1

'. hands, Russia was forced to the Flo.ids ney J. Catts on November 7. I have Of course the sun Is hot, more particularly a thought to self. The :*
" rapidly. C of the Dem- never scratched a ticket, and I don't during the middle hours of

:t.' The tale of the taking William D. propose to do so in this ease. the day, but there is always a breeze problems that confront you now, or 'i
towns grew almost tedious. States Sen- The Democratic party in Florida is blowing, thanks to tho proximity of ;
,\ ed that Germany would John A. Hsii- disrupted by the unwarranted and unheard the sea, which renders condition not will a few years hence. :1

." Whether they .did stop of Raney,, Capt. of proceeding now going on in only bearable but pleasant. The :
: accord or were finally checked whose 'the courts. Mr. Knott can take the nights are always cool, with few exceptions Look
" about
yN-th. men of af air* b state ..m.Ia y
'I country, *-f*a,
, : Russians is not yet clear. flattering unction unto his soul that so that one gots the most .,'
1' the world, are the men who started t. s... early .in fife. :
I tled down for the winter on distinguished he is largely responsible for it, if refreshing sleep and rises with the

line stretching from the Republican I'that will be any satisfaction to him. sun, feeling fresh and invigorated. They hare the. respect, and confidence .f the community.Then .
1/(' west of Riga southeast to steal the | Yours for right and justice, Nowhere in the world is there! any-

,i ?- wina river and then President, and I OLD-TIMER. thing more pleasant we imagine than I leek o. the other side-at the-fellow who, .,.... aD they
south through Polieccie, the Florida in the early hours of the make-they may .have a food time for a while, but what dee dealt. r
marsh district, to the: David Lloyd I sack sin to Hungary to ravage the morning, and that is the time the I personality reflect

,, frontier. of munitions country. man who has outside work
. Meanwhile the conquest of war has pro- Almost a month to a day followingthe chooses for his labors resting if he A dollar or so deposited ia this hank will be the ;
the greatest agedy of the declared the beginning of the rarest Russian feels it necessary during the middle nucleus of an honorable independent career. j

cepting only t \ massacre of greater offensive tho French and British hours, and finishing his task as the Make your I beginning now-today. Your .
Armenians, wasNpeing enact week later he opened their drive in the vicinity of sun gets 4ower. I
bank book will the .
The real Invasi n of Serbia the cabinet the Somme river. They have gained Some people who think Florida i pan wltJ.State

in thw-flfetjiaycnrf October. adopted. gradually but steadily. must be situated near the infernal re
cess of the"TYutons and the fought, It is aloe the claim of the Allies gions, will rush off to central Eu '

rians were almost unbroken. introducing it that the Franco-British offensive can I -as did ye editor one summerland Bank .I
vading forces!! consisted of in the house be kept up at its present rate indef- spond the time hurrying around I
amount' heavy artillery, majority. The initely and will not have to slackenfor sight seeing, whero tho oun Is hotter,

i.\ infantry supporting forces. by King lack of shells, !guns or men. the breezes less, the shade practicallynil of
O shelled the Serbians out of The rate of progress is -much greater and compared with which Flor- Kissimmee
\ after position in an avalanche than the Germans' at Verdun, but ida is a paradise. Here in Florida .
to which th o Serbians could theVerdun the country traversed is less difficult during the summer copious showers Capital stock _________________ _-----.$...,...... ,
i ,+ reply. On November 29th also Italy.the Aus On the other hand, the Verdun assailants cool the air, the best of drinking au...eM ... ______.____________________ ..........

i proudly announced that the have the advantage of attacking wuter is abundant, and the slight sul Offkor* and Directors. :1'
. campaign had ended, June the RlIs- from the outside of a curve, phurous content induces free perspiration -
t with complete success. full force and while the French and British now at- which- really helps one to keep C A. CARSON. Prost. J. M. LEE. VICe Pre*.

d The winter also saw the of attacking, tack from inside tbs salient they i cool. Emigration of Florida people M. KATZ. 2nd Vice FW.
,
ion of the British in hold have mado in the line. I north during the cummer season is .
ROMA THOMAS CnatuerR. ;
farther British humiliation mach district Outside; of Europe the Germans decreasing yearly, as our own seacoast
evacuation of Gallipcli, to ,bear the hare lost their Cameroon and last resorts become better known. A'r

where tho British held on colony on the west coast of Africa, Our correspondent calls our attention
+ month after monk toeing manufactured the remaining defenders having to a little "local" in recent issue as I
' 'two hundred thousand men, ... and crossed Into Spanish territory and seeming to admit the undesirability

'. ..ifrere .finally withdrawn in d away been interned. of,Florida during the 'summer. The '
j f failure the first week In "' and observa The >ear has been Marked by a local referred to stated "nobody S. FLOYD; *
jSl These two British duos of Sibe continuance of horrible persecutionsin seems to be hero who can get away"

> ,, .'f Trtiat was needed to arouse over the Armenia and Chrsitian .Syria, The explanation is easy, and unnecessary Dealer lu,
\ glib fighting blood of John ,not with where, the Mohammedan are apparently to those who live here. Thisis
", finally brought England into gave way determined to wipe out the Hastings' holiday season when
1 fully ''and '!'uncompromisingly, -giaours."" there is least to do on the farms and Groceries Hay Grain, a.1F, e.4,

"':S.* k isamo extent,an. ..the, ether great nube4,to the ,Rpeent month have seen\a .cessation consequently everywhere elsef Th.corn f''1 }"
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.t"1-.. J. p foe of Zeppolrstraldson undefended Is growing and s.'at that : .
1oIi' d. ,- ., fi: .. captured stage CornerBro.dwali. . and Daldn. Ava.., y.y"
t1 ;OIl ; Groat;Britain; ;, ."oad'realbed British and',French towna..h.'cause, whole It can not'be.uw.; ,the hay ... '" "" : ...:- 1
:w kfy. her' qvatJO'rrgistor or | : \ *:>i;,Vol. >'f this ISA\eom.wbat'of'i mystery.,*r. is.fa1Elyjumping, ap and op;"'abd 'up, TUa.4it Your'Next Order. c rFccc1p I

'- ....t.i'...' menVfOf. flghtlng'dgfc.; The ,. to:the I Since April, 6 England: apparently ,and there.... wgfcing, to'do. but wteh ,,_ .. -,1. ,4: '"I J _,_ .'.. :- . / i..
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:All _<_________________________________ 7 33 84 627 Southern Colon.Izntlon All ------_______________ ___ 35 37 34 640 640 L.H' Karon, f ItSou __ 40-10. All E. 'or River __.____________________ 17 36 R3 120 Southern (' I
them
( 000' 40 40 Colon I"..lion 01011'i"".

.All _.__ ____0.______________ ___________ 8 33 9639 Soul hern C"lon-! All.] ...--:----------__________________: 36 37 3610 Ixntlon CoSouthern Colon___- 40-40 All _____________:.u___________________ 21 36 31 640 Southern '
1.1.II..n ('n_ /00 1..11011 ( . ()

All ________, ., ____.hU__________ 3 33 84 6H Soull..rn ColonIznlotn I INKI/ of NE14 _--__________.'________ 25 27 33 40 Ixatlon. (" 0._ __ 40.40 All _.._-______________________________ 22 36 31 640( 'Snlll h'-I'll ('olon.n (I IIznlall
('o___ 40 40 N'V1,4 of NKlJ-____ ______ 25 27 S Hopklna \V._ 4.63 / ('n..u 4040. 1'
'; All ..c'pl NIi'4----------------------- 10 33 a4 481 Southern ColonIzntlon % Inn In NWI4 ot N'V'4______ 18 29 .1.1 40 20 Sumner U J___ 4.63 All _______________n__________________ 24 36 33 G4B Southern Colon.Iznllnn .
('n__n 80 49 swo NW'A ___ ._ _____ 13 SavageV HSnva --_ 2-S4 ("'". .__ 404( "J
4 r4: .- - _ ______________________ 10 33 84 lro, Sh"'v.'. I: 1'._ _ 1036 tt0 RWV4 and 9\T4 of SE'4 ______ 13 29 29 33 33 KO 40 TTnknown<(.. AV H.__ 4. 38SO All ti-ac. -------------------------------6 36 3\f: 382 8olllh'n Colonl -

+e All except RI 1;',. un ______ ___________ II 33 34 4110 S..ulhp"n rolon- of NR"d :::::: 14 29 33 40 Savage: R B:::: l "'0_. _ 21.20Rnulhern
('.. 809 | V'Vof\ NW 4 ]le""a R" R right trf wav" 4.68 All frae, and un..urv-vptJ part________ 27 56 t3 64t! I',,1011'I. i'JIIIII..11

H\\" ,. ___ .__ __.._____.___ _.__________ 13 33 84 160 Southern Colon- and 420 nq feet In S\V cor also leas I." lion ('... iD.40( :
t lanllon Cn_. 10 66 NV> of : 29 33 60 All un..ur\.d E. or fiver _______.__ 2'1 36 33 :lOB ,," h..rn ('nlonIzntlon .
1-\\1 _________._______00 If 3S 34 Iro, Routhern Colorllaatlon : |lAW > of 1'1,1"3 30 S3 40 T'nlchown/radg-etTr-Jno-Trl r1o 616 Co 22 43 ' ,
-------1- Co____ IB66 riesr 210 ft E nnd, 297 ft N of AW ...or.or All un..urvpypd E. ot river ___noon 33 36 3S 2110 S.n+h.'rn ...I..n1".11. ..
FIB'" _-_ _.- __ __ _ __ ___ .00_____ If 33 84 lrO ("Clark CV. __ '11I:1t1: KKVt of N\\ ',, run E-160 fl. S 50 .... ('n._ 13.18 ;:
(1 ft W 1BO ft N 60 All unaurveyed E. ot River __________ 34 loG -3S r.111. Southern, Colon.Iaat r
NI; - ,. - - . _-___ uun_- 14 3S 34 lr,1I Clark A lnR 1086.All ft __ 15 80 S3 Moore, R ____ ;
'tt -_ nh._ _- .._hun_. U 33 34 GtO J 4outhenl: Col n- sv" of 8W14 ]lens ]lands owneiVnVj. n F 1.37 on C0____ 40,40.
p lsulIon: : C,1 _ 4040 If linlmlen. Lee Tlaff.fi and Hnow ft All rracll. and un..ur\'e'd part u____ 35 36 as 6411 Southern. ..

11 All ___________.___________________.___ 16 33 34 640 fioy ( '..lone Hryan . .n .. _. __ __ _ 15 30 83 32 McClelland! AV I"..lion ('" __ 40.40 -
{ l Jinn: ( 4040 E 27 acres of SE'4 of NEV4 .IZIIIIIII 16 30 33 27 \\. Mm Ollllnmn. 7.25 AlI fra..lI. ____________________________ 36 3r, 33 G4tt""I'n! ('010111..II..n -

n .All ___________ ___ _.. _______ ________u_ 17 33 Sf 640 Southern ColonIznllnp ] : i BeulahThornpaon o ('0 __ 40.4 .
Cu. . 4040 i SEJ 1 offN NW''W'4-____________ ______ __ 17 30 3.1 40 ,lnoI.er.l..v. u._ 3 8l! All E. or river ______n______________ 2 37 3S 300 Son. horn (-...Ion1..II"n -
fi Al I __._____________._______u_______ I R 33 34 643 R"ulh'n Colonr rN : - ' 30 S3 40 . K l I, 6.10 ('n_ n. 22.43
1..II..n ('n._ _ 40.40 S\V\ NI' and W H j s'Klillllll: : ll 30 3.1 120 Ordwav; : W AV_ t All rracll. and un..urve'pd E. ot river 11 37 3S 113] Routhern "olon'I

4 All ..___.--__-___--______---_--_______ 19 33 34 657 Southern Colon- <: >/4 of SW'9 31 33 40 Thompson Isntlnn, ('o. . 2& 63: ..
'/ 1."II..n Cn1040 I "'"- lev __ 8.SB Lots 2 and I ______ ____________________ 12 .)7. as 43 S...uthern ('olon- ..
.All _un_____________________________ 20 33 3f 641 Southern Colonlol 5VJ-14, or 8E14 ....-------- _______ __ 1R 31 33 40 Thnmpsun." n. 1",11011, ('nd __ I 23
cxllon Co__ 4040 __ __ ___________-. _____________n_._ J7 31 33 640 | Colonization JohnSouthern 8.55 All rraell __________ _________________ 13 37 83 216! Southern. ColonIznllnn .:
All ______________n__ ____u__________ 21 33 34 640 Snnlhern 0100- l Co .. ('0. 111.3. '
,! 11..lIun C.. . 4040I All] -- ---__-___________________________ 19 31 33 633r.r Southern Colon- 40.40 All t7I ot River ______________________ 14 37 33 820 f1..u"'n. ('..]onI."tl"n -
I- All ____________;___________.__________ 22 33 34 640 Routhrrn C..lonhal Izntlon CoSouthern __ _ 'o20 liT
Ion C.. 40.40 All excvpt E'4, of NW'4 _____ ___u__ 21 31 33 s : Colonization 40.40 .\11! 1' ot fiver ____u-I :7: S3 Jr.0 Southern Colon.frnllno ]
( All -----------------------------------3 33 34 6ff Soul h..rn (Colon ('" . IB.61

fi .I.allon rn _ 40.4Q All nnUn______________________ 27 31 33 641 South*.rn Co Colon. 31.73 Jo.1'4: or RF.4 _____u.n_ 1' 311+ S2 _0 JlIIIII..r. JI A ._ 5 4tr.
W L un__ ----------------------------9 33 34 320 Snnlhern ('...IonISAllolI Iznflon *. N V.I 2J 30 32 HI; utdwuy, W \\'._ In. 3d
CoSouthern 40.403S.44
1 ('n 20 57 All except N'4 o' NE'% __________nn 29 31 33 r,57 Colonization \ '* sW''l. of Nh'i-nnol F'4-i-; NW.4 .
l .All nunnnn.u__- 26 33 94'8/2 R..',( h.'rn 1'01..11..11 (""- Co _- of :l'.n___. __ _____.____ 2' 311 32 4" JlulIl..r, If 1 . 3: 2'f
b Co 4040 All __, ___ _ ___.. __. ._____________ ._ 31 31 33 640 Srhmolhe.] .h. V'S of NW'4 or :NN': __._ __nh_ t 71: S2 20 Ilunter 11 A I 69
40 11)
I 1, All _nn_.____ __--__.-_ --______--_ 27 33 Sf 639 Sntn horn Cn 1'010n.ISAII..n .. 40.40 All __ .____ _____._______.______________ 3.1 31 33 639 Southern. .....olonI' All . n. .________-_____- ______ __ 13 ::11 ?! :36: "lh.'o ,ColonIrnllon '" .- 4B.41)

(7o All _______----------------------------S, 2R 33 34 641 Ruull..rn rolonI&AII..n All __ ______________________________ ___ 35 31 31 649 Southern Izntlon Co".1"-_ 40.40 i .ill -.-- -- _____________________.____ 14 n 3: r.3Q. RauIn. 'rn I 'olnnIzutlon .
('n- -1010
C0

f .All ------------------------------------9 33 3611 Soulh..rn Culon1sAtlon All ____-_______.__________________.___ 1 32 33 641! "IzatlonSouthern Cn Colonization h 40.40 I ___.___________________________. ]5 31 32 fax lu. : :.. ioi;: 40.41
Y'n . 4040 '
Ianllnn Co _
f" All nuU_______________ .__________ 30 33 Sf 666 Southern 1'0 CulonIzntlon _ : 4040 All ________________ ___________________ 2 32 33 645 Southern Co ColonIrntlon _- 40. !0 All ______nun______________________ 1 r.. 31 32 ((4A Southern'. ,: : ('nlunIzotlol ; : 40 40( .,

.All ___________________________________ 31 33 a4 6RO Southern Co ColonIzalton All _.________-...___ _______________ 3 32 33 640 Sou/hern P.ColonIzntlon ._ -_ 40.40 All -----________:L_____________________ 17 31 32 ,40, Southern: : : (('o::In_ 40.4()

AII ___________________________________ 32 33 34 641 Routhorn ColonIzntlon l : 40.40SI All -------------___________________.__ 4 32 33 634 Southern Co Colonization . 40.40 All __________________________________ 20 31 32 1140 Southern I.. :. : :: :Colon.aalnu 'o : 40 41) r;
('n__ 4040 /
'n _
t .All _____________________________._____ 33 33 Sf 641 Routhern Colon- All except NP'... ___n________________ 6 32 83 467- Southern Co Colonization __ _ 40.40 All ___________________________________ 21 31 32 liOB Southern. .: :Colon.Izxtlnn I : 40 10
b4'o__ 4040 ('.. .
I .All ___________________________________ 34 U 34 639. Southern Co ColonIxatlon __ : 4040 NE" fees WAll >{, of NE', of NE'______ G 82 33 1S4 SchafT MrCann Co.._ 30.49 All ___________________________._______ 22 31 32 r.3f. Soul h'rll Colon.Iznllnn .- a4,82 ... ,

;' All _______hnnun______________ 35 33 34 610 Southern Colonfzatlnn : ___________________________________ 6 32 33 632 Southern Land Co Colonization ______ 8.80 All ________________?_________________ 23 81 32 1140 Soul:hern: Cn.CulunIzatlon : _ : 40 41)(
-
Co_ __ 4040
All _&_____u_." _=_... ___ ___ :______ 33 Sf 640 Routhern Colon. All ___________________________________ 7 32 83 640 Southern Co Colon-__ __ 40..40 All --------________________________ 24 31 32 638 Soulhrrn: :Colonlzntlon 'o : 41' 40 f
taauon Co____ 4040
,] ....11 _________. ____________________'_____ 1 34 34 649 Southern Colon." I All ____________________________u_____ 8 32 33 638 Southern laatlon COn Colonization _ 40-40 All _--____________--_________-_______-- !6 8U 639 Southern (Colon.laatIon 'n_ _; 4B,4t)

.S F; :All _______________un_______________ 2 34 a4 633 Southern laatlon (Co.rolon-0 __ 4040 4040 I NM' __-___u_________________-.________ 9 32 S3 320 Southern Co Colon.i ____* 40.40 All ___________________________________ 26 31 U 640 Routhrrn: ::'ulunIsatlon a_ : 40 10

i+u All _______ ______ ______ __________ a 34 1'4 619 Bonthern'rrlonIsatlon ;.. All 10 32 SS. Routhern Co 20-87 All -----------___________ ___________ 27 31 IZ 839 Routhrrn: Cu.('ohmIzallnn i -_ : 40.40 '
---------------------------- ----- 640 ColonIxntlon -
_
Co __ 40.4B
__ _______ __ ________ : Co____ 40.40 All ______________________________ Co.: _ 40.10(
All __ _____ __ __ 4 34 84 645 Routhrrn ColonS1 All _____.__________________________ 11 32 S3 641 Southern 'Colon- _____ 26! 31 II 1\50\ Southern Colonhaton i
' Co____ 4040 T
r :All __________________________.________ 134\ 34 666 Soulhrrn Colon- All Ixatlon Co____ 4040 All ------_____________________________ 29 31 12 618 Southern Co CmlonIsatlon : _: 1481
-------------- --------------- ---- 12 82 SS 642 Southern Colon.Isatlon *
C0__ 411.40
J 'o____
; :All ______--_____--___--_______________ 6 14 34 708 So'r ; ColonIsatlon : All _________-'_________________________ 13 32 S3 640 Southern Co Colon-____ 40.40 "-II --------___________________________ a2 11 a2 140 Southern Colonlaatlon 4010 +
Co__ 49.40Colon
:All ------------------------------------7 34 84 684 Southern : Ixatlon Co____ 40.40 All _____n____________________________ 83 11 U II" Southern Co___: 404(
4k. Izntlon Co___ 4040t All ___________________________________ 14 82 88 641 Southern ColonIxatlon Colon.laatlon

All _._________________________________ a 14 14 640 Southorn ColonIzatlon : All IS1C 82 Co____ 40.40 All ___________________________________ at 81 U 140 Routhern Co ColonIsatlon __: 85_" ,
4040 ---------------- ------- ---------- SS (39 Southern Colon

4q- 'All, __________________.___________ u It 840 Southern (Colonlaatlon "0____: 4040 All _________________;___________-_____ 82 88 (40 Southern.Colonu.u laatlon Co___.- 40.40 All -.__.____________________________ a5 11 n .40 Solnth.rn I.a lion Co40.10 Colon- (

I d ,All u ____.__._.._._.____.___._.-__?__'____ 10 a4 .14, Ul South..rn I.allon Co.colon.____ 40tOAn NW" and BE'1 ___?___. _________:__ 17 at U 120 .. : c0 Con_..: eO40 All _-----:'.---- ----- -..---------- a. 11 II 619 Southern: :co40.40 ColonAiI : :

: ___ :. _ _ __. _____. 14 .4 110 South..rn "olon. '. f .aUon Co____ 10'T .. _._. __.___ 4....()
. '__ .. ._ N .____.__...____ -____________.-'. SI 81 .10 Southern Colonlsetlon -- -------- .__.._-en.-. 1 32 .a, "s Soulhern Colon.
oh Co... ,
'AJl' 4za.1'.:: :u:aIFF ht1.ti16MfJ' :!: L/J2 t f.4 SoLatlulhrrn : 407,40, : " ': "'. :/ : Co_.__ 10.IT All .. .:;...: : :. 1A' 9'I' la.llon Co__. eOJo .
..:, ,,.' -. -.. ...? _--_. -_,;, It % us laAlion co.0.40 Colon N% .and SE",y' :?.-___:._"_r_.______ ,21 .32 88 4T. Southern Colon.: -.----- ..-_ :_'.:_ ...:".;: ; ; II II .UI 8'outh..rn Colon. ..

t., !All _______________________________ 13 U S4 61T Southern ColonIznllon Bey nf NF.1,4 and NW14 and N% of SW',4, l.aUo Co.y1Lb9 All --- -______ ---------3 J. as 55i Routhrrn futlon Co..40.40 ColonIsatlon : ;
'O____
f' ,1 !All ____________________________._______ 14 14 84 641 Anuth.rn Colon- 4040 and BW'4 or BW'4 ________________ 20 aa a3 810 aeuth..rn Colo All _______________J_ ----____________ 4 12 sa 62& 8huthern Cn Colon.laatlon n.. a48r:
____ 4040 1..Uon Co____ 11311
:All ___________n______________________ 15 34 a4 841 Southern Iiallon Co rolonI.allon All ______u___________________________ 21 alIa UO Southern Colon.1."Uon All E. ot River -----_________________ 6 IZ 32 629 RoulhO'rn 'o Colon.SE11 _,_'. 40.4!
,, _ 4040 'o____ 40.40
ro _
?r All ___________________________________ III 34 a4 640 Southern (",olonIIHlloo All __ _nn _____________ ____ 22 8Z 33 .81 Southern Colon- Re. of --_____________-___________ 8 32 U SO Southern 11"lIon 'o ColonIsallon . __, 4B.4, r,
1."Uon Co ___ 4040
4 Co.__ 4B40 '
All __________________________ ___ 'o__
All ____________n_____________________ 17 34 84 640 Southern Colon- __ 23 32 a3 641 Southern Colen- All -____-__--______--_____.____ _____ 9 22 32 637 Southern Colon-. 5.'It
lzntlon' Co4010 l.oUon COn__ 4040

.: :All ___________________________________ 18 34 34 690 Routhrrn Colonlzatinn : All nnnnUnh_____. 24 32 33 639 !'southern Colon.lanllon All ------------ ______n___________ ._ lit 33 32 633 Roulh..rn I""lion Co Colon.laatlnn __. 4B 41) '
4040 COn__ 40j40 -
; : ro. All ___________________________________ 2& a2 a3 639 Roulh."n ColonA11 All except W.... ot Co._ 40.41)1I"llon
SW'4 and Eli otSE'4
11
32
Colon-sntlon 32 fH Ruuthrrn (
:: 4040 ro___ 40.49 Colon- f

__ ___ ___ (" ] _.__________._____________________. 28 32 23 640 Rnuth.rn ('olonI"allon All _______________ ro.u 19,8T .
:All. ___ __________ _____ --_ 20 34 3f 640 SOlllh'rn 'olonI""tlon __ _______________ 12 32 32 6U R..ulh..rn
Co .__ ro__ _. 1010All 010"- :
:All _n_____.__________________________ 21 34 34 641 South..rn ColonIzntlon 4049 ____________________________ _______ 27 32 33 639 Souh"rn Colon NSS or N'" '4 and Nli or SE', _u____ 13 32 32 1(0 Is"linn 1"0. n. 4Q.,41) 4
,. Roathorn
(0" _ 4040 lion Co. 4040 Colon.Isatlon tr
o All ___.________._______________________ 23 32 S3 618 Co .. :.
:All ___nn___-___---_________________ 22 34 34 639 'Southorn ('..I..n- South..rn "Colon.ISAllon All except Wli of 8E'4 UhUh._ 14 32 3! f.r.7 Southern. IB.6/f/ ..
Isntlnn ro 4040 .. 4ft,40'N' I'olon.
All nuh_._________S._______n___ 23 34 3f 1141 ("'olon-n .Si or N" '. ____unn:9: S2 33 80 Southern ("'olnnIialion All "X""PI NE V. and N'S ot SE'4n._ 15 32 32 Isntlnn ('u a5,4t ..
tnl
Roltanhlon (' _. 40.40 rOn_ 671 Snuthern ("olonIs"ll..n .f

If :All _nhhnn___________________ 24' 34 3f 1140 SOlll horn (",0 olon1""llon All except I"E'_ ______________________ 30 12 33 480 Southern Colonlzalton All ________________________________.__ 16 32 32 r.37. ("'0 . 25 'of ."
Co 4040 COn__ IB49 Rolhern ColonRnth

a q :All ___________________________________ 25 34 34 1141 R..llth..rn Colonlznllnn ; % 7I4: u____ ___.__ ____ ________ ________ 30: 32 3S 160 Rohertxon. A 11 10.36 All E. or River ________ __________._ 11 32 : rn : 4B.41) 'f
Cu. __ .0.40 All .____. __ _ _.. ._______________..___ 31 32 33 627 Southern CnlonIzallon 32 479 r"lon-

:All __n____ __________ _______________ 4 34 640 Southern ColonIzntlnn 'o____ 40411 All E. ot River 20 32 nIsatlon Cn_ __ 10 I9 ;,.
.. r..n 4040 I All except'y or N'4 and E(4 or 77th !l2 32 33 400 Southern ColonF4 -----n-r---u 32 320 Routhrrn. Colon.Isatlon .

:All ___nh___________________________ ;:34 II 639 Soulh..rn rolonl zIllion Co_ n 2553 All -----__________________________ 21 32 C._ _ 20-67 ,
1""lIon ro 40.40 of E {, _______.____nunn______ 32 12 33 160 S..t: McCann 32 1136 Southern ColonIzntlnn I'

All: ___________________________________ 34 3f 631 Ruuthrrn roon.lIon ] (I' Co __ lQ.66All All -_______________ ._____ ____ 22 1"0, ___ 40.41)
-1 ,".. Cn 40IAt _____________._____________________ 33 32 33 640 Southern rolonIz"llon 32 32 IIU Rutlll"'rn Colon-] ;

:All __________________.___.____________ 29 14' 34 1139 AOlllh..rn Colon1""lIon 'o .__ 404BAll All except RESi and B'of NW'Si---:: lsntlon 40 '
i ro 4B.40 __._______________________ ________ 34 32 S3. 640 Southern Colon.Isatfon 23 32 32o9 Rnulhern ColnnS4 : 4'1

:All ____________ __. 10 34 34 861 AOlllh..rn rolon1I..lIon ("L. 4 040 ot Nli or NWI4 And A'o{, of NAnd \\" 11"llon 'o____ 25 5t: ;.
( ------ ----------- ,
_______
"', Co .__ 404ft All _nmnmnnn, 3. n 13 1140 Sottth.rn ColonIzatlon : : 'Vii or SVI4 and Nor\ NN ._ ';

.1 :All -_--_______-__--_______________ __ 31 34 34 646 SOlllh..rn ('olonIs..llon Co. 40.40 2f S2 32 2t0 ,Southern rolen- '.
All 36 12 83 639 Botuthern ColonIzatlon hot Ion Co.,___ 1A0 't,
; Co __ 4B.40 -- ------ ---------------- ---- -- All except Sli or S'V'4 ___
1 / All ._______________ ___ 12 34 34 839 Routhern ColonIzntlon Co_ _: 40.4B .... ---0.----00. 25 S2 32 661 Southern .Colonization I;
." nnnn Co. __ 4040 All ______.____________________________ 1 83 13 64& Southern Cnlontantlon : A'4 of SW'4 ___ ___ __ Co____ SS 4Shute ,
:
AU __._____ ___________ ______.________ S3 34 34 641 Southern Cn1oni Co_ _ 4040 Uunu -- --- 25 32 32 90 K M- __ 6 41 ,"
:
All __ ________ _.___._ __ .u
lanllon Co _: 40.40 All --_________________________________ 2 33 33 632 Snuthern Culonizatlnn : _. .---_ 2r. 82 32 r,40 Southern Colonization ..

All __ _____nn_.. _nh_____ _______ at 34 34 1:40: Routhorn ("'ol..nII" Cn___ 4040 All Ce._ . 40 40-
All 3 83 3a 637 Southern Colonlanllon ------------- ---------- __ ____
1 lion ro . {0.10 --- -- -------------------------- -- = --- -- 27 32 32 642 !Southern' Colonization -

All ________.__ -_______________________ 35 34 84 640 South.rt I.lonIsntlnn 'o___ 4040 NVV14 and of Co__._ 40A '.
; : : 40.40 All except Rr'S" ot SE', _____________ 4 83 aa 667 Southern ColonIzatlon 'Vii SEV4 andV'6, of

:AU ____ ____ _______ 36 34 34 640 ROllth..rn Cnlonlzntlon Co____ 35IlAIi NE'4 _._ 2S .12 32 320 Southern .,'
r nn --nn Co.. __ 40.40 ___________________________________ 6 II 13 838 Snuthern ColonIsatlon Colonization -

:All _._________________________________ 1 36 14 6311 Southern r010n1I"lIon Co___: 4040nnm All E. of River of NE14 of N1C14SW14 .___ 21 32 32 40 Southern Co Colonization _ 20 87
N'4' __ _ __ 6 33 33 lit Routhorn ColonIzatlon
Co.. _. 4B.4B -- -- ---
:All ____ ____ __ : :: Co___: 20.57gu,4 E. of River ..1____--_______ 33 Cn. 23": V;
__ _- ________ ____--____ I 36 34 640 SOlllh..rn rolon1I"II"n 32 32 160, Southern Colonization ,
("'O.n_ 4040 ___u_ _--_____-_____--_---______._ 8 33 33 819Roger... J P .___ 20.17BE

11..11 ___?______________________________ I 36 a4 649 SOlllh..rn ("'olon1I"lIon \\4 _-____ ______n.n-_______ 7 33 a3 160 Southern Colon-... All NW14 In Osceola count y---------- 1.1 32 32 30 Unknown Co10.66. 2 St j'
/ ("'On._ 404B .__,,__. .. .n All ___ ____. _. .. ___ ______ .00. a
.111, .39 ... . o .....___ _.__ ,
Il. Kli ______________00 __________________ 4 86 84 820 Southern Colontxatlon N''' land SWI' _.__ _____.__ ___ 7 II IS ISO RoRere; .J p_ ::: 30:19Ar UH "..I : r;; :
Co____ 20 R7 ] .."c..pt N\'' '. of NE'4 and E', orNE'4 All except E'" of NW'4 -------00--_ 1 3S$ 32 Isatlon 4UB( ,

WM, n____ _Uhhunn_____ 4 36 34 820 Ware. W J_____ 20 17 ot NE'4 ________nn----_ 8 33 IS 67'1 Southern Colon.laatlon 556 Southern "olon- ::f,
.a ,; All ______ :____ S 36 84 648 Southern ColonIxntlon ("0.___ a5. 'If All except NS4. or NE'4' and Sli ot NlV'4 2 3S 32 11"lIon Co.- 3L4. t-:
.nhoonunnn Co _. 40.40 Alt ___u.._____________________________ .S al as 040 Southern ("olonI. 4113 80ulhHn 'olon- if"
___ I..lion 'o.___ 4040 All except NWU __ __.______ ____ hollon 'o____ 29.37 '
All --_ __ _--_ .______.__________ T 36 84 848 Southern Colon- .u 3 S3 32 4r.1i Aoulh..rn :#
Ixntlon Co__ __ 40-40 AIt.x..pt N'% otNW'4 and S... or SE'". 10 83 83 480 Southern ColonIzatlon ColonIzatlon '

1' AH ___________________________________ S 36 34 840 Southern Colon- ('On__ aO4' All ------ ---_____________.__________ 4 3S 32 Co____ 28 or 1
1 Ixatlon Co. __ 40.40 Alt __--___________________--______.___ 11 83 83 6ft Southern Colonlzallon 593 Routhern Colon. Alaatlon

j: All _____..___________________.___._--_ 9 36 a110 Southern Colonization Co.___ 4040 Lots 1 land 7 -__-_____________________ 5 33 32 Co_ __ 3LU ,.;r
Co____ 40.40 All ________________________.__________ II 33 as 141 Southern Colon- 62 Roulh..rn ('olonII"llon .
e (Air ______..__________________________ 10 36 84 639 Southern Colon- t"nUon ('000__ 41140 AU ___.__n__________ ________I 6__-____ II 3'3 32 ('0____ L4T ii'
A Ixatlon Co____ 40sAll All __-________________________________ 11 13 $3 141 South..rn Colontzatipn 840 Southern ColonIxatlon '..,

{ _____________________;_______ _____ 11 36 84 640 Southern Colon- I Co. n. 411 4P AU ------------------n_____ In 83 Cn____
r Ixntlon Co __ 4040AJI Alt __________.___________--_--____--__ 14 II aa 140 South..rn Coonlsatlon / 12 64ft Southern ('olonI.AlIon -

'_ fl AU ___________________________________ 12 36 84 14S Southern Colonization Co.__ 40.40 All __n. -----__.___--_--______--:.____ II 3:1': Co.___ 40.41)f'
i t ,, Co____ 400I AU _________________._______00________ 16 SS aa 140 Southern ('olon: :92; fill southern ('olonI.Atlon -

____________ ______________________ II 31 34 640 Southern. Colonization l"AlIon Co.___ 4040 All except BW'4 --------------------- I COn__ / _
Co____ 40.40 All ________________________________.___ 16 al as 640 southern Colon 33 32 ISO Routh..r" ColonR'4 4:1111"lIon

4' __J____________________. __________ 14 81 34 140 Southern Colonization Iialion Co___ 4040 --- ----- -----------------------_ I: Co____ 30.f9' ,,:
Co ___ 40.40 All ___________________________________ 11 as al 140 SOlllh..rn Colon.Izatlon All : 3J:! 32 160 1'lel.on. J _---__ 10 31t .
-' AR ___________________________________ 15 81 SJ 140 Southern Colonization Co.___ 40.40 -------------------------______ 13 33 32 619 Rou/hern .w
A'1 ; 18 I' la 140 Boutbern CoonIzatlon Colon0.46
Co40.40 ----------------- ----- { 611
611 _____._______. _____________________ IT 81 84 '40 Southern Colon.Ixatlon Co___: 4040 --- ------------------------------ 14 33 IZ 641 Southern Colon-
All ________ 1. .S SI II' South."n Colon- .
9 Co____ 40.40 ----------------- ----_--- All 4040
.All _____________________ 11 II 84 (44 Southern Colon 1..lIon ("0.00_ 4040 ----m----m_ 15 U 82 840 Southern Colon-
All _____________________ 10 II as 410 Soutln.rn Colon- :
0 > laatlen Co___. (0.40 exc.pt NW\4 -7 Lute 1. I, I. 10 anti Un______ ,Isatlon Co.__ 4040
'AII I ________________________-__________ 19 SI 34 (44 Southern Colon I"allon COn__ 'OUAU y---.___ IT U U 118 Southern CoionBEy. .
y IxatlOTi Co____ 40.40 exc.pt N4 ef NW\4 ___n_________ 11 II as 110 South..rn Colon. ot NE'4 and BE'4 \ Co____ 1'_1tsAtion . '
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:Atl ________________________________ II SI 84 (41 Southern Colon ,- Southttern 00___. 4040 -------------------__________-.__ II a3 al 1Ia. Southern Colon-
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t txatlon Co__-_ 40. All ____- _-+-________ U II II 140 southern Colon: All Co____ 40.i
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j, taatlon COon 401'fAl1 AU eserPl'1P!( of NW\4 ____________.1 II II II III 8oeth.rn ColonAR : SEt({ ot NWSI and W5.4 'ot Co____ 40iG8W1
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'of .nd'-J !8W" .n4 $EW Lot 1.. btk' 116 -...--..-.+....---....-- ,-- .... ... +-r. Moore. M ..??. ..t 1 to. 81no.. ; ..__::?_-r. ;_:: ,__... .1 f.. fl, 1M hathM'n Colon.
8% NE1G !; Lot .. blk liT .. _, _. __ Moore / ILLsalsrn /
and.lot. a. 1. 7; I _. _..'._...._.....__ ,,3f'. .. '$I 104- Southern laat10n Cou Colons__ "_01 Lot 1 blk H' -------------.--.----...--.a..M- --+--. .,_ ... ..... _._ T.okno".1, M A_____J' ...41.ot0 '1 Lou .to' U. Ina' .114 2334'lot 11_..,_.' t ,,11It 11. Colon..' ,

8K _..._. _.___._____.:._____._____ .1 I' .1., 311 Southern ColoaIUon Lot. I.I and blk 'J.25 lint.IEl.-.--...:..".....:.--.-+ ___.. _-.+. .._.. __.._ Moore.Moore. M at. -_...-_..__... ,11 1 Lot IT',----. -----....-?- .-..-.-' ;_'_... 1 .1 '1 I. 10 Valenow hatless'_Co_ _..__ So.O'-1.11.
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__ ____. __ 88 $1 I. .10 South Colons r.----- --?. -- ---- .
All r_______.. -._--.._.. _? rn Lot bile U' ... _. ._ T.oknow. A .I
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801r: Co.10.11 Lot. and 9. blk 111 : __ .... __ _, Donouth J . ;
'" All __:___...+:: _..:_._.._____.___.__.__ It II II .11 .;: Coloa: Lot 10. blk 111 . .-.----..- --. .-.---- _.. _. __ Sackllofr. C R ._-r .'.-il I..Uon Co 1....
,,.,r I laaUon Co..___ 10.0. Lot. 1 bile lal ---..-..--,,.-..-.- --.?.-- __ _. -. ___ T.okno,, A :. ..1 Lo. 1, _.__._.____"__.___??_, 10 Bf ;I. LO 8outll.ra Colon---- ,
..___._______________ e. .. I. i/! .80Ilt -- --. -- ---, .
AU ______ .,_ .rn Colon. Lot :II. bllt 131 ... _. ___ ... . laaUoft Co ___ ,FLU
'' Solrh gi.. 40q1 Lot bile 111 ------- --------+ N .. - ackho rt 4 ... ,.fl Lob 1 to ., Ino. __,.__._'-_._______, 11 a. 11 IN 80lUhern Coloa j.
JUnr'f': ::: : :::; :; { II 100 : : Ii -- .. -
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All .E. Let. I and I.---T------------------ __ ._ __ ...k.ow. A ___ Co w.. }1,11
801r gi iiII-U Iota I and 1', blk 171 _: ... ______ ._ +, __.. C .'t Lot.. f to U. Ino., _..__..__.:..:.._.. 11 It i110 eo't :: Colon. _
,.. Alt E. of River _.:.._?___-_._::: .___.__ "U II 110 Lot 0. but 1.. _...: .. :.- .. _e __, __ ___ TacknoR .l?__. Son 1....
1" IUon Co___ .o'n Lot T. bile 171 ------.---- -. .. --- ._.. __ _.. _.._ ackhotr.' C .61 Lou 7.to 14.na. ..._____._...___.._ 11 a, I. l.t hrn Colon '
All ______________------- 138 e. Ito MCM>dH'.1: .0-10 Lot T blk 110. --? -------- -, -- '__ __ __ __ T.ck..ow .. .. I."Uo. Co __ 10,01
.W I AU ID,of Rivers:___.._________________ 31 II 31 110 outharn. Colons: Lot 11. blk 140-------------.--------- -- __ __ .___ 0 A .. .6. Lob II ld I" Ina _____.________. Ii II U lIQ utll.1'I\ ColonIf -+ M t d
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IsaUen Co___ IIII Lot 1 blk In __ __ __ ___ .6 laatlo", Co 31.11 .
:\.. All m. of River :_____________________ IT .11 II 10 Southern Colon. Lot I", blk'IJ'. ---.----------------- __ __ __ __. Tsoknow, C A.:__ ..1 Lots 1. I: '. I. 1 ______________?_.. II 16 /loutbernColob. '' 1.},
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l' <10.. laatlon Co____ 6.71outhern Lot 1. blkr146 __ __ __ ___ 9f laaUon Co ____ ....
_______________________ II II II IDI $ ---------- ---------- -roors _. .1 Lot. II II 11 If 86 8110 .
i :A111'E. of River Colons Lot .. blk 14. __ __ ___ tf.. R.__ ..1 10. U. U. __?__?__ South.rn Coloa. 'J"
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: I..tlon Co____ 83.13A11 Lot blk __ __ __ ___ laatlon Co .11
I. 146 __ .'1 ---- .1
II 33 el 100 80uth..rn -------- ----------- Tackhow : Lot. 1'1 li I 4 UQ .
______ Colon- 1.1. U. U. U. It _________ 80llthern Co'on. F .
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I IUon, Co___ 10.0I' Lot .. blk 161--------------------------------- 0 __ ..1 laatlon Co ---- .... 'J-
; Lot.' and 3 and aU W of canal of Lot I. blk 16. ---------- __ __ __ ___ foor..R _?_ Lola U. 16. II to I" Ina and W44 tot IT If I. U no Southern Colons /;;
lot I _______________________________, I' I' .1 10. Makln.o W B Lot I. 1.1 ---- ----------------- __ __ ___ Donoulrh. R -: .'.1 1" Co --.._ 1.... (,.
',1. LeCo.ley____n_____ '-1. Lot I. blblk 1.1 ------------. ------------ __ __ __ __ DonouRh R .__ .al 1 Lute t to I. Ina ______________.:.________ 81 It 110 8outhsrn Colon-
AWt4, of NW" ___ud__________..___ II .1 .1 to ,. E L. LT/ Lot 9. blk 113 ----------.- -------- __ __ __ __- Tecknow A ____ L I.atlon Co ____ 10.11
b 8Sa of NE" ________________n__.__. 17 IS II 10 GocIbo t. M--: Lot 4. blk 161 ------------ -----.-- __ __ __ ___ C ____ .1.1 lAt. U. 11. 11. U. I' 17. 11 ....._______ 1. .4 110 80llth.rn Colon. ,
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Lot 8. blk 1.1 ( __ (
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4 NEVI, and NS4-of REI%, 1 14 .1..0 Moody,H J.... 16-1f Lot bl'le l/f ----------------------- __ __ __ ___ Tecknow A ..11 Lot II .._n_________?__________?_?_ 13 f6 34 10 Unknown -.-_ 'L.r '.'r 1
Sift of 8El4 and W% Eo of River_.._ 1 at at .00 Southern Colonlutlon : l.ot Ii 1. bllt 170- -------------------- __ __ __ ___ C :_. Lo t.Z0,7834._______::________ 136 It 100 Southern Coloa. +
Co____ IIII Lot 8. blk 171 ----------------------- __ __ __ ___ -ronou h. R ____ ..111 SoLatlonuthern Co ---- ..li.
All E. of River _____________n_____? II at II 1 Southern Colons I. blk 18. ----------------------..- __ __ __ ___ Tecknow, A ____ .Il Lot. 18 to $2. lae. ____________________ l' I" 100 ColourIola 't
l.aUon Co____ 108 Lot 8. blk 1841 ------------- ----------- __ __ __ ___ R ____ .el o l.aUon Co ---.. ....:
All ___ ____un _______ lE 14 fl 610E ..unknown 4010 Lot '. blk 117 ----------- ---------..-- __ __ __ ___ Moor.th! l. _____ ,01 1 to 8. In. _______________________ 1fi 8110 Southern Colons
.All of River ............_.___. 11 14 II eu Southern Colons Lot 9. blk 193 ---------------------- __ .__ __ ___ "' .ckhoff. C ___-_.. .11 1..Uon Co _.__ 11.10 1
Souathern toto Lot 10, blk 111----------------------- _. __ __ ___ T..ckno' A ____ Lot. .to 1Ina, and lot. 11 and 11__ 1i6 3140 South ern Colon- r
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All E. of River Lot 4. blk .911 ___ ___________________ __ __ ___ Hoo""'. M .ltl Latlon ".tlon Co____ .._HIAn Lot 9. blk 1011 u __ __ __ ___ aokhofr'. C-._. .111 Lola n to I.. Ino. 136 f110 Southern : :
________________________ ____ ..___ 26 3f4 331 e40 Unknown 'G-10 I Lot .. blk .oa ------------------------ __ __ __ ___ Rackholl''. C ____ .111 I..tlon Co ____ 1.... .
.n ______ _______ ___ _______ __ 110 80uth..rni;; : Lot 4. blk ua --------------------- __ __ __ ___ Rackholl''. C ____ .111 fAt. 15 to fl. Ina ____________________ 1/ 15 It 110 SoutherA Colons -'>>
I.atlon Co___ O to. Lot 2 ----- -------------- __ __ __ ___ Moore lnation < 10.1'
blk III H _..____
__u__ u __ _____u.:______________ III lit 11 e40 Un known to10- Lot C. hlk .10 -.--"-----------.-------- __ __"-__ ___ Moore.- ___ .81.11 Lob 1 to 8. Ine. _.::.__________________ JO 15 f110 Southern t.l;: ; i: .If
All El of River ______________uu__ II 14 at ao Southern Colons;; Lot 4. blIC .11 -------------..-_-- ------ __ __ __ ___ Tecknow A.__: .111 1.Uon Co 10.10 '!
t'.t"n Co____ 6 loOt 7. hlk 324 ------------ --------- __ __ __ ___ ArcknoR C ____ .el Lou to 16 fna ___u_.._____________ 10 II 3110 'Solth.rn Cofon. 1f.
An ____u --__--______--__-_____ II 331 .40 u : -_---_ -n Lot I. blk 133.---------------------------------------- --- __ __ __ ___ Tecknow. A ____ .et I 8olaatlonuth' .-_- 10." 1
All E. of River __ _______ ___________ 1 15 II 80 Southern Colons Lot '7. blk .1. -- __ __ __ h_ Wyll..1 0 _____ .11 Lot. n to Linc.. ______.:____-_______ !O II It 110. Cnsaatlon
.tlon Co____ 6Ti Lots 7 and 9. blk----211-------------------- __ __ __ ___ Moere M ______ Co-___ lIJO
R% of III!': '" of NI'I4 of BWy4 ___ __ I U JO I Story A D____- -77ofNW Lot a. blk 111 -------------- __ __ __ ___ R.ckholl''. C ____ .tI.1' Lot. II. to $2 Ine. _____-_u_____-_____ 10 .11 .. 110touthern Coloa (
iii' or MW4, of NEI,4 and 8'>io of 8A: Lot 1. blk 361 ---------------------- __ __ __ ___ Moore M __..___ 1..Uon Co ---_ 11."
_________uu____________ 1R J5 all 40 1.llifht..y. H..nry I 40 Lot. 6 and 9, --k---!-6--------------------------- -------- 8ackhoR, : ;.IIJ Lot. 1 to 8. Ine. ______________________ 216 It 111 80uth..rn Colons
Nfl or Mhy of 8W'." _____ ___ 18 U ao 20 Ne..ome.V E. t93 Lot 1. hlk 166 -- -- -- l3arkh g :::: ::11 Co ____ 10,10 JJ
'8W\a or ffF'"i of S44 and w4 of Lot 7. blk 165 ------------------------ __ __ __ n--_ lfoon, 2t ___ .111 Lot. 3 to 1$. Ine. ________nn__________ U al It 110 8outhonsrn Colons l'
____ __________ I' 15 all JS fireen Jo.h ------ --------------- n I.atlon
RE'" of HF4 or SW'" A_UNY.'of I.ot 9. blk Tecknow A ____ Co 10.10 'I-
NEV4 __--____--_ --_-__ It 15 ao 80 Robetson. J.i. :: 0.06 I Lot a. blk IIIIt 248----------------------------------__ __ __ h' R.ckholl''. C ____ .61.111 Lola n to .4. Ina ____________________ U III 34. HO 80uth..rn Coloir"j'""j''
) "K. HO: 'or 9r NE'" of SIII: (.. run '1AOO I Lot 10. hlk 271.--.-_-_-- __-_-_-_----.-----.- __ __ __ Mnore. 1\{ ____ .61 I.Rtlon Co __.., to.C'
ft. N 177 ft E: Z9 ft. N.481 ft. E I Lot 2, blk 171 n n------- __ __ __ -n Llonouxh R____ .61 Lois II to 31. Ino. ____________________ U .11 7160 80uth..rn. ColonsGoL
5.71-n S IIAO tt --------u------- U 21 10 10 Wllherby E R. 1034 I l.ot. I and 4. -blk --- -------------- __ __ __ Tecknow A .77 I..tlon Co ---"" 10." .,'t"-
NFri4 N 1:7.: -------------- n n 1 toes __ ___________________ 'U III al HO 80uth.rn
11r.. H1V 'or of of 81':% run Lot 10. blk 176 ____ __ __ __ u_ ]\flore..M ______ to a. Colons ,:f
F. till ft. R 10 fl. W no fL_ U II III I findbolt Mrs L In'.A --- u ----------- __ __ __ ___ X91 AI laRtion en 10.10
210 n. Lot 3. hlk 217 ____________ ________ Mourn ,,_____ ---
______ ______ II 25 ao II MIII.r.Vm ___ -- __ __ Lot. 9 to 11. Ina J 1 31 1110 Southern ..
of !MFV: of 8E'S4 nn 143.31B loot 5. hlk 178 ______ ______ __ h_ nonDulllrh. R ____ .61 ----T---------------- 8olon. "fi.
V'4 of SEI%, __._____________________ U 2G ao 40 Simmon.. Mrs Lot 6. blk 184 -- n ______ __ __ __ ___ Moo..... M ______ .111 'lal/on 10." A .
A J ___nu_ 1.13'' lot 18 hlk 186----,----_--------------_ _ufoor". M __ __ Lot. 11 to 24. 1ne. _______________u___ aT III at 110 Southern Colons.
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of SWI(,. __ I III ao _: : : n luUon Co
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'V. n fRkln.on' .ub. l.ot 18. hlk 237-- 8a..kholl'' C :_ --- 10." .;
Jut 31 ________________________ 4 211 10 2V Hilt!. H eat ___1.53F.4 .'I..rtd. Fr.N TrekLdCo'H.bDl h .61 Lola 25 to 3%. Ina ____________________ J T II at Ito 80uth..rn Colons It'"
of Rli's4 __ __nun-_________ f U ao 40 Lesley E Lu 1119 I.1.. .. 'Isatlon Ca 1011
NFr4 of A\\4. lru b"K. NfoJ 'or. run Lot 7. blk B "" Fruit A: Lot. 1 to 8. Inc. _______u_____________ U III i160 $outhern Co1.on-
10 417' il S 1043.7 ft. E 417Y. n. N ------------------------------------1.. Land Co ____ 11.61
ftt __________.__ 2S 2C 10 70 CBu 1 H _____ ________ __ as II It 110 $oIuthsatern ;
1041 7 _____ Cagle n F ___ 6.01 Lot 1 14. blk B ______ 10 U n If Halley 311 eft Co 1.14 Lute II to 16. Inc. nn n. ColonLatlon .;,
Nor of NF1------_-___ ______un__ I 1 27 ao M Drawdy.VA' set 7'U lot .. blk n II !II n' 10 Halley L ___ If."
Lola I. !. Sand M4 of lot 4_ ___________ 14 a0 ao 151 i'ar.ona. R' C 8'hO Lot. 7. 8. 9 A. IJIk nnn--------------- HUn .0 .'Ia.rult and u_ 1.14 Lot. 11 to ... 1M. n__________________ as II It 116 oulhern 'b':.( : {

Loll I. 2. I and 4 _____ __ __ ______ _.34 30 SO 178 Lllrhtaey Par: p C -------:------------ T. J.an" Co __ 181 hallp Co ___ to." i-\

eOna Cattle Co 1041! Lot. A and 10 27 15 n 20 Halley. Mr. L___ Lou ZG so 31, In ______---._.__---__. a. n U 310 SOUtb/1'l1OColvq- # .!
\"' of NW'4 __ ___ _________________ 8 26 !O 110 Fromm..J ______ 936 Lola 2. 7 4. '1b dAl---_--------_ii-- 1.8ij 10. :
of NW'4 _ II !9 10 F..vl1l... W _____ ..62 and N% j II U __ .___ U u. U UO $o01NrnQ : 1,
NF. 4 nf SW'4 nnu -: -of and 14. blk A -___" ____ __ _____ 27 60 Fla. Fruit and Lola 1 to a. Ina __ ___ _ _ .. olonlaatlon
or SW1,4 noel- RV. -HF.y i 7Lcte
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NI'1t or S\\ V. And NW'4 of NW",,4 of 6. 1, A, hik' 82 25 n 40 1Ta11.Y. J H A Co 5 :? to 11. Inc. ____________ ._ _-_____ 2" U It 1110 South..rn Co1onlutlon ; .
r __________ II' 15 III S5 fgt 14,0 I IS
_ __ Thos 4 86Nl4 ; : b'ni- 32
HW44 nu 1: and 11 1 R:::::::::: : ,10 paltry, Jk Co -- 10." i
of 3F:V of NI'I4: or AW1,4 ___n__ II U It II Rlttman 'I' Mh: 1 fli Lot. 2. 7. 8. 9. : :: IE U H 0 Fl I f' 1.54 Iota 11 t ol4, Ina __________n_ .___n_ Lf I i110 Southern Colons
"" r.O.MDlvil..V..1- ____ 9 2119 5 Rlttman A J___ 101 12. blk n ____n________ T. land a r Ct iaaUon Co ___ 11.10 .j
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4.. Mt8wna M% ..111I1'4 .0 SK Iota 11). U. 14. 16. 16.. blk D II 15 27 50 Florida Jo'rtttt A! I..S Lott I to 3!. Inc. ________________..__ .1 3r i160 South4.rn Colons '. :
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1 and a ____________.n. _-.ITI.I._____ .-__.r_ 10 III I. 10 8.-ope. C E _____ 1.81 Lots 7. 8. e. 10. hik n ________________ a25 11 .0 linlley. .. J d H Co& Co_ E.lJ Lola 1 to 8. Ine. __--: n__________ .___ 3 I II I laO Southern Colons h 1. 1.
.IMrtl' .0'10. Mia. a Co ____ 10.11 .
..rt 01 ___ __ _________ /0 26 r Lou -.v..,...... __ __ ___ Lots f to 16. .. __ _______ __..._ .1 100 PoIuratlonthern ColonsIsatlon f,
00 2. I. 4 and 8 to 11 'VtJltame, J F __ I. nn i a
Alk A ________________ Ie Young W W__ Ina. blk 11-- I.IIP .
Lots I to II Inc.. - n 860J. lot 6. blk I. __ __ __ ___ Raul..r.on. D Co ____ 10.10 "
.. .l.l..1 Part .t .. M 19 ----- --______ _--_______ R .111 ___ ___ _____ .1 It no
J. K... R.b-D14 -- 10 Lot 7. blk III n______________________ __ __ __ 0. MeCI..II..n.V G .61 Lot. 11 to 1. Inc.- ___ n 1 Routh.rn Colons .
Lola T and .Jytlz- :::::::::::-_: :: :: Drrhy.hlre. Dr E 238Lot. l.ota 6 and 6. hlk J8 _______ ____ __ __ __ ___ N"tU.... I W' ___ 71 Inton Co ____ 10." t -
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W %. n AO Lots ---- .. Lots to U. 11 _________________ It Colon-
Jo sly or AW' ______ __ ___ 11 U. It ao Thurber C _u__ ,8,36NFS Lot 11 1.. I.blk I. I'hlk 19 nn___ ____________ :: :: :: :-- n. ", LI..le ____ e.611 I 1 10 11.1+ .),

.. of NW'4 lean NP.P4 of NE' of iota 1 and I. bl--------------------------------- flur John... I _____ 61 Lots J to 8. Ina ____nn______________ .I .1 I' laO Sou hero' aloe:
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N\"'''' and berr HI' roc of NI'% of lot 9. blk II __ __ __ _. __ ___ Mercer. I F ____ iaaUon Co ____ lLiO ,'
W 1li0 ft. 8 nq i4 h -------- .111 ______ ___ ______ __ 34 1.0 8oulhern ,S.
NWS4 run N no ft. iota 1. 2. I. blk 2t_ -- __ Lola I to 1.. Inc. n .a..1 . Colons ,..
_________________ 0. Jo'or.yth. W B___ .12 = .
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,. J' NofNW t nu n______ 111 III 23f 116 U.rl..man. prIII It Lot. I and I. K..r.rllle.hlk II __ ________________ h __ Myer M _______ .77 Lots 11 to 1. Ino._________________n U II no Bouth..rn Colon- l
__ of MWofVi S4 _____ II ("R.mlre. P 8 151Un"lv. Co ___ t....
RWS4F.S4 S4. Ins In NFS4: of-SW4 lVF4..._-- 11 II III 10 Unknown ___::: 268W. Tot I.ot..11.I btk and 11 I.--blk-_--J1----_-:____________ :: :: :: ::: Bond Phlll : eftA Osteen 1'77 Lots II 'to U. Inc. ____________________ I II It no I.ton Colonlutlon .t'
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Tot 9, hik 0 "-- -- -- -- - .11AW'4 -- __ __ __ w'14 lot I ___ _ Routh"rn Colonslaatlon
AF.y, of NW t4 --of---RW- -S4;--and--';- HC of ---- AU blk II R __Deer_nhU_..'__-____._____ h_ I'hllllp. A O.t..n. .71 nunnu I 1 Ca ___.. 1.1' .,,0

I".. 1'tl", of E4 of NE'% of RW N Lot 1. hlk I. __ Park __ __ __ ___ Cox. J J ________ .19 S" lot 0 _ _______ .__ __ .. - 1' U i 1 Unknown -. -___ 1I'f
a4' and "elf. IiIW .enr of ."Id 4/1. run 8 Ka..I nuu--/__ r..... .1.o:" I to 4. Ino. ___________.- U __ 1 a. South..rn Colo, '\i'

--- 5 It. E to Rhtnxlr Cr..k. thence Lot 7. blk I -----_ _______--___=________ __ __ __ Y. Unknown ______ .117 Latlon Co ____
411.th.n -- 1.
l- long "Id creek. _to___8__line of .aid_ 11 II It IS 8tol(.... Mart n.olt Iota 5 and S. blk I. _________u_____ __ __ __ Iii Unknown h h 1.111 ioln. !9 to 741. Ine____________________ 1 ::1 I 10 Southern Colon. .
W to b'll\ n-- run III n Lot 13. hlk 1. ______-6__ McCabe. C E -_ 1.It I.aton Co __ t..... T
B.... NW (tor oT NW'4 of REST W Lot 7. .blk 11 ---------n-.. ... ___ __ __ __ t1144 Unknown __' __._ .17 l..ot. 17 !o a Ina ___________n_n____ 1 It I 10 $ Colon ?
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PI vds' E 111.11 :yd0.. N to yd. 11 U It I Unknown __ ____ I.U l.ot. I. a.... and 3. blk II-__-_-__--n r____:___ __ __ __7 } Unknown __ ___-_ 1.1111 .aUon Co ___ 10.16.
17t'n ydBeg. --------- -------- ------NW--- Lot 11. blk J4 Oeo. __ .87 ( ct. 16 U. a2. Inc _______u.____ ___ I. 1 I 10 Southern Colons ,.

. .0 vds III and 1110 yd. E 0"or. Lots T and 8. --------------------------------0_________________ tlnknon __ L___ '1.85 "<,
of t4VP'4 flf tne" run 8 171 yds. E 11 II I' Lot 16' __ __ __ II M.rwln. B P ___ 1.14 l.ot. I to In. n_________ ._._ .__._ I It .3 : "'mtAenl I'I' I.!
140 yd. N 171 ydR. W ----all-- f Johnston Jas M_ 1.81AW'4 Lot. 1 a'.l; : 1lb i --23--:::::::::::::---0 Tfnknown I.ton Co ____ 1'.'. 5,
or NES4: and WK of RTE and Lute and 1 blk 13 ----- -- :: :: 10 Tfnknown :: :::: U: Lots t to 11. Ina J4 U : $
----- -------------- 2 1:0
Creek It II II
1111 Rarrler. T._____ IT.It. :
AE'4 .f NW" Jr..t of a Lot. and 1 blk 14 :::::::::::::::::: 0 Ttvknown __ Isatlon Co I.: 10." k
R Ol NW'4 of NW' __00__ Z4 II It 10 Vall w 'I' _____ 11.71 Lelt. 15 and 'l6 bile I' :: :: :: 10 Evan.H H'-: u: I.7 t.. h'' ____________ ._.___u f II :, Ir0 Southern C .: <
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of NE' N of A C Ry--------- 14 CInR. A I. __u 1.11 Lot. 11 ------------ I. Co __ 10.6

MF NE of 8E'--u" _____________ U II It .0 ""hlte.1 R ____ a.1I. Lot 1.. and bIle 1.II. blk 25--------------------------__ __ __ -6 Merwin.Unknown 13_P____ 11.0.1.111 Lot. II to U. Ina ____________-______ I I I 8uoulhernc oIJ 4
'i' fiarle.a, Lot. 1. ..' a. bus -I'---------------------_ __ __ __ 15- Unknown __ ___- 1.1' I.toft c 11.11 1
Lnt. 10. U. :. 18. 30. 31. 22 18. U. Lot f. blk .26 .. ----------.-------- __ __ __ T Unknown _..__ __ 1.4. Lola 1 to I. Ina ____________________ J 14. ih .110 $ Colon- .' .
U. IS. IT and II _.,..-------------- II It 1.0 Dibble. C F and Lot I. blk .7 ----- --.-.--. ----_-_ __ __:. .... I Unknown . . tattoo Co .___ 1.... r
S. L ____.____, 10.1' ---+-----.-. -- -.....---. _. .... .13 to .. ...__ __ 1,14 :.O Southern ColoQ1..Uon
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.. 12 a4 3. ..:-. .._'. __....-_.. I .1 I' .0" Dlbbl..J C ... ., .... 1 14. f3 Pbath'ra
Lou .. .
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II and 14 _.... __........._....___ I I' I. 10 ]')1ltbl.. C po d.: I. 313 Lot. 1. and 1 I. blk. A B-..r.--...:--.-.._ ...; __ I Brown Brown. 'W A ... 1.85 10 ,to U'""Ine.; ., ;' ,I. tt 8:10. .1.
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1'.ot. and 5. blk W A -j-.e-
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?4W4 ef ffW'4 _..___-..__ -- Lot t. bile R -- __ I H.rtnMt. P 16 and _.. I 40 0 L/
______ T I' .f 4. 'WI II I.m.. ]1'. L.._ I.'. ----------.------ : .. R __ ,73 I .lmu. "
ofNWI ___.:.___..__ ---- -- ---- ------1--------- I' 60' Co
"' ( Lot 5. blk C ______ __ _________ _ 1 Brown W A __' .11 .nd I..1 Suth.r 1.-.
'Wi of NE" __________-_________-- 10 .6 I' .41 Thurman .Jo. .... McC..lh Abe/IM. .:Kl . Lot I' 'I Co 1.Lot. Lt6 ,

of $ES4 _____________________ 41 11 It to En..orth C ____ ___Fruitc _____ .... Lot 1.. blk 28 _______ ____.__._._.._. __ __ __ 7 Hartn.tt. P R __ 1.01 Lots 1 to .. Ine. _____________.____-_. f 14 II II' Sath.rn -_ > ;.

lauer Lad ('.... 9.b-1.1.1. .r R_{ T..v.' .a per- : Eaat Dlv'.f T__ __ __ __ ___ gurus 4 E L ___ .1' Lot. to U. Inc and lot. .0 and 1.._ 4 II 33 10 3lonth.r. Co1oslutlon .. It.r "
-II M LotT 1
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Lots to I' Inc.. IIlk I ____ __ H W7.13 Lot
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and 60------------------ I II lit III Cooper. J W ____ I I' _n__ I -- L'I '
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J..ot. 478 Lots 1 te 1. Ina. b k 6 __ 80 Thurman H Wh7.t. Lot. ; Cjj-n I I
Itand II __________u____________ I II IS 10 Unknown ___ __ 1.01 -------------- Suth.rn Co ___. 4.1" ,.
Lou Lo. 1 to 1. Ine..b k 7.______________ -- -- -- Ae Thurman H Wn7.11
I II II 40 Unknown ....
l.ot. 11. H. 71. U. U. SA N. 117.", 18-----a-.. ------ lAt. 1 to 16. In.. blk 8 -_______________ -- -- -- 80 Thurman H W.7.13 Lots 1 and a to 8. inn ________________ I It .t IO80I i .i. O:
E'4 of NI'4: lees Arc Lot. 1 to 1. Ina. Ilk f -- -- -- U Thurman H W1.n 81'" .
W 440 ... N 70 v.... E UO yds ---------------- ____________ .__ I 110 Southern
IIAO yd. y. N yd.. E Lot. 1 to 1" In. .. hlk 1& -- -- -- ao Thurman H W____1.18 Lot. I to U. Ino_ u I I .
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N Ifll .. W_110_____yda._________________ I .1 la 49 Carter Dean Lot. I to 15. Ine.. blk 11 --..t---------------- 80 Thurman. H W7.11t _____ Southu.rn. Colons 11.0 '
2.0 yds n____ Realty CO. ___ 4.41B Lot. 1 to II. In.. bUt 11 ThurmanW.__ .1. Lot. 11 to !/. Ina _n_____ _ I I I H. r "
l..ot 1. blk II ___----------------------I_____ Barru0. .0 L ____ .17 ;Co 0 1..
I II IS I Bdt.on. John __ .71 --------- __ .
111.%..of er NW L..4'4 C.of...NW"$. -DI..f..RW'4------.... .Ci NK' .. ..........Na.' Dn/a.N 1- Lad c.... f.b-DIvIR.-- -- Lot.. !6. I. I. 10 ____________________ I I I 10 I' T 8:1___:

NW1\4 _h_____________ fRa0 : I.ot 6. blk I _______ __ __ 10 Unknown __ 1.81 Lets 1 to 8. Ina _________ _____ 5 f33 HO 8outhsrn ColonIsatlon Ut
t..ot. Inc ::.::______--______ '_.JII lit 10 H..rrlnl\'ton. 0 A 1 lit L.nta 3. .. 10. blk 1 -- __---__ :: :: :: 15 Ch.ndler, W un Hn 2.14 Co __.: 10.61Lott
1of SWV24 141 II II 40 Unknown ------ 1.18 --u _________: _______ a II .0 8oulhrrn '
NW'"h --nn--------------F.d H. l..ot. II and 10. hlk I ___ __ -- -- 10 (Cramer J B ___ ..55 I to I Inc. __ I 8:1
11..1'IE' 'or, .f lot d..d to an Tots 1 to 11) Inc.. blk nuuu_ : 1110 Chapman. 0 3__ 100 ...ULot.
of I ____ _______ Southern Colon
WIIRon run N.w..t..rly 101<< on P1 rt.: to wan Lot 3 blk 4 __nn_________u__ ______ :: :: :: 10 Unknown __ ____ 1.00 1 to 14. In. _____ _____ ___ a It I 110 :

105 ft,'w 110 ft. "__ ___ft._ _________ II U lit tl", Unknown __ __ 1'1'V' Lot t'blk 5 __--__----__--____________ -- -- -- 10 Oll"'e., F ____u 2.410 17__ Iratlon Co ._. 11.11
n lot at Southern ColonItatlon
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Rt waY ___ __ U III lit Z H..tlnjf.. PO___ 1.1111 Lot blk II -- -- -- 1Matto. J E __u 2.11. Tole II to U. I 10 :
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io of RVI'4 oll1FJI4 nu .)1' 8 II a..r" of 115. blk It __ __ ,-- -- -- 5 (JIIKU". F ______ 1.17Lot.
-- > 8E'S4 of NfJ'4 and RE' 26 28 OOH rerjnfirinv'o- 81 I !II 7 11 and 11. blk 7 ___unu_nu______ -- -- -- 15 OIlKU.. F ____ __ 5.11. I.ot. 1 to I. Inc. __________________ __ 7 2a3 HO $outhern Co ColonItatlon __ _10.10
NSt'I -- fo1 lot _ 5 Ja..k.on. A 1f.__ 1.14 rLot.

_All. of a 1&0(4"80\-C_ ______:_______R__u R_____Rt____ _______-_-_ al 11lit., .. j.14 WIlllam. IR L____ 1168 a.:1J.ot 1.0 I': lot 9. blk!4.. blk blk 11 11 11__________uuun__________________________ -::- :-:- :-:- II 4 Tnalbott Unknown 00__ ___n_ 1.01 1115 9 to 18. Inc. ______________________ 1 ,. 13 HO Bou.h.rn Itatlon Co Colon-____ 10.11

W'aCIJ.bft4aa8Wi4a. -- a .leB .. Lot 4 and NS4; lot 5,- blk" II- 1---' __ __ __ U Duncan n D h 264 lots to 14. Ine. ____________________ T I II HO Southern Colonlaatlon '
,J- MWM a Lot fl, blk 18 __ __ :::::::::::: -- -- -- 10 Unknown __ :::: 200N'4 1 Co ___ 1...
rof atcvi ... WMi .1 8F.% ae> KV4ef lot 1. hilt 17 nnn 6 Unknown !I 26 to' 81. In. _______ ___________ 7 S I 110 8oulhern Colons
KIWV4. letw R II Ht of Way aBtdSee. lot 6. blk 17 ::::::::::::::::::::-- :: :: :: 5 Ollgle., F-:_:::: 1 !3 I.ol I..ton Co _u '.41.
.* _ ____. .------ -- a 28 a" IN -- __ __ __ 10 __ ________________ I .1 a. no Colons
He.- I. ----- ___ R and E lot 6, blk 18 _______ 15 011..1.. F _n___ 1 76 Tot. 1. I. 3. a. 9. "outh.rn
__ _______ -- 2 26! 78 10 McDonouarh. O M 101 n Co __ 1.lt1
10 ___ ___ .__ __ Iota 1. 2. S. blk 11 u-- __ __ __ In tTnkno..n 262 1.lon
Lot Ntl", of lot- 11 __ n _______-____-_____ 2 24 28 5 Blakrly. T 'I'u .73 Lot 2. blk St __ n-: __ n __ 10 Sharp R L: :::: lIS Tot _____ ___ ____ _____'-__ 4 I I 1 n '' ..'Sl..ot.
8', of lot 11 ______________________ '2 24 28H 6 Bandanl Lumb..rW.rt. lotsand 9, blk 21 _nu______:_ __ __ n 20 Mitchell T J: __ 9 M1 I\\ 1. 15. 16. 1. 10 and l,4 ..ot7__ I 80uth..rn ColonI.ot. -

NW' Co. ---- ------ 1.03Truakett. Lot 16. hlk 16 __ ______ __ __ __ 10 Unknown __ _h_ .21)1) ol 7.1 '
NRW4. ......; ". .a"Dt Rv4 .r ef Nt6Si Lot J>. blk 27 __ _____nUUnn___ __-_____ -_ __ __ __ 1-11 tTnknnwn ____ !': III U to U. Ine. and lot 12 ___nu__ a I I HO $ 11Co 10.00 "

..a of NE4___.__ _____--1- 14 i* 2'1.*.. Lot 28. blk-SO: -- -- -- -- 10 Unknown In : lot I __ __ II no R' .Colon-
... N.... ... l.ot. I. I. 3. 4. e. 8 and n I
U. 14. -16 ____1---______--- 14 II IS 60 Ida F. 2
Lots 111.a. /1 111. !A. 29. E0 11. ___ -____u 14 24 28 70 Tru.k..tt'Jda Truakett. F4. IIII.otR WVt lot' 2 and. nil lot S, blk 1 ____ ____ __ __ __ 11 Turn.. A "'-n 231 Iota 9 to U. In. __nn_______________ 9 I II 186 liIo' .: <:.l __' 1U'l.ot. _.
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Lot 2 13.____ ___ ________u______ 13 36" t8 63 F L-- 311RWS4 Iota 40 Palmer F In I..tlo"
of RWI,(, _ __on -------- 29 17 A Lannon Co ____ 10."
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WV. of tlE'4 ot RR'4--------- 33 III 27 5 Roblna.: A V:::: 73 1 II 14 U8 Southern Colons U. 87. SO and W4 lot and
F.'Io of C __ .68 Lot. 3 to IS. Inc. ________un_______ 26. 2 / Colon-
1'11'4' : Qlf 7 40 Lamb B u I.atlon Co _0. 10.'A p 4 lot __. _un-------n------ 9 I3I 10 luth..r"
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REI, of 40 Pearaon, -- Lots 17 to 34, Inc. __________._________ 1 .5 a4 ll1a 80uth..rn Colon.Latlarn : C ::::
C.90M11 IYty. Co _- 10 liS Ny lot 1 n____________ __ ---- -- 10 34 13 1 RORRa F- tnLl.
30.raah. 9b-Irtva .f 3.f M 2''" Lot. 21 SS 1 II It 118 Southern Colon.laatlon : 3. S. 7. 6. and ES4 Iota i. .. 1-- 10 333 10 Ruth..n Colons
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Lot fl. n... ie, U8 Bouthern Colonlaatlon -;'.- and t ________________n__ 10 .1 I' Colon-
Sjx II It I 8 Buthern
7a LoU 1 to a, Inc. ________ _______ Lot. 7. J
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toll blk I' _______________ ---- -- n -- -- 2-1 IaRirY EIV -- 1aA < -_ 10." Co ---- 1.7 1,
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1 :::::: -- -- -- --- _- | >ta t to 14. Inc. ______________ _____ 2 U U. 118 Bouthern : : Lot. 11. U. 884 lot 1 and W K
Lot. S. 11'712..b11 Il.bik5! -- -- -- -- --- Flatley F.K ---- 2 It u gallon Co ____ 10.11Lots lot 1. I. ____ _____________________ 1. I. if 10. Southern Colon-
Lots __________ N ::77J : Iutlon Co ._ .1.
___-________ -- -- n H.rppr. -- S II It U. Southern Colons -
Tot 1. blk IS 17 to 34, Inc. __ ___..________ __
Hn S M .77 -- -- ________ $ Colons
- Johnson __________ 10. oulbern
Tot blk 643 ______-- --- lutlon Co ____ 10." Lot. .1. I. I. .1. I 1 J I Y
6.36
:.. Atrlelt.nl CS.MINo-.f b as ai Lot. 21 to SS Inc. ____________________ 2 II 14 U8 Bouth..rn Colonlutlon : :
1+ _______ 10 Max ____ 1.61 __________ Bo'I
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l.ot ________________ n -- -- Moore Co __ 10.CI Lot. 1 to .. Ina _____nnu- 1 I I 10 ____
N.' L ... Lota 1 to 6. Inc. ___________ _________ SLota 36. It lIa Southern Colonlutlon : 11.
10 Moor.. M.x 1.63 n 11 ___ .1 30 Colons
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t.ot SS ?- --- II C E :::: 1.39: 1 ..
Tote 16 and 16 ----------------8___________ 26 31 lMIR Narcooaee FarmLou 11 to 14. Inc. ______ <___u________ S II 1126 Southern Colon- _________ ':: : .
24 to SO Inc. _________ S 26 31 80 k Town illite Co 10431 I.atlon Co ____ .18 Lo'. 1. U. 10. !1. I--____--_ II. It I 100 lutlon ci._. .

.. ____ ___ ________ S II It UI Bouthern Colons .
Lot. 17 to Inc. ___ __
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Kr.u.J: R Colons
____ ___ 115 402ft ____ 10." and lot U Southern
_______________ aatlon Co Lot.. to 10. Ine. ------- 1 a I 10
Lot IS ________ 5.41 1 ___. ..
_________ 14 26 31II A Krause Co
_______ S II It 11. Southern ColonsIsatlon .
Lots 1. and f. f' 4 of_ NW" _________ SI 31 10 run. A Krause 1.61 LoU 31 to IS. Inc. ___unun__ Co! ____ 10.66 Lots 1 10 9. inc. _d__:________________ I I I 10 Bo'r :: Colons
IotB NW". II SI 81 10 run. t Kraua 1:11111..ot. : Co ___ 11,0
../ of I II It U' Bouth..rn ColonIullon -
7 and 8 of NV.. i------ L<>t. 1 to 6. Inc. and Ett Iota 6 and 7 I..ton
op l..ot. SI 81 Teckno.. A .7' n -----------S ____ 11 .4 II Colonslaatlon
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____ 5:41': 7 and all lot 8 ___ _ --
Lot IS _ __ _____'-- 17 31 31SI 49 J1run. Krau.. u __ ____ I.U _________ _______ It 31 Southern Colon- 1
10 __ I II It It Unknown to U. Ina
14 to Ine. - -- 31SI 5 B runKraus 1.01 Lot. 8 to 13. Inc. ______._______________ Lot. 2 I le tattoo Co ____ 1...

Ix>t 81 of NE'4 -:::::::::;::;:--iinii H 81iT..V 18 N.re. Farm .Dd Lota IS and II toll Ino. _________u__ S II It 111 Southern Colonlutlon 1 and a to 6.: lnq. __:_________._ Southern Colons
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Lot 68 ______ T. RIt. Co. __ 1.1t Co ____ 11.11 1 laatlon Co ..__ '.4 aF

10 II 6 H.'eock.: ---- 1." Lots 27. SS. S*, 10 _____nn_____..:___ I II It It lI! uth.rn Colons to U. Ina. Ie. lot __u___ 11 u' Colons
Lot 41 ---- ----- -f cha. l..tI.n C. ____ 1.11 Lot. I 1 I I S.uqlh.rn ___ '.4'

Bear. NB7 ours lot 16.cha run_'W____c" ________ f Brnlth. neater .. (..* Lot. 1 to 4. Inc. ___________u_________ -II I. 64 Southern colon.lullon U. 20. 18. _____________ 130 C '
R b/on-e-'N.4 -______-__-___...... II II .1.1SO I Narc. Farm and Ce ___ 1.11 Lob 17. U. 1 I But"er" Co ____ Ltd
Lot _____ LOT LoU IS, 1$. 10. 10 ____________________ 4 II It It 8outh.rn ColonsIutlon ____ .. II a. 2. 1.16
NaraBlteFarm Co __ 1.11 Lot 12 .- ------ ----- -- V..no.n
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LotS 7. ___.____________________________ If 11 10 T. Bite Co. and 1." LoU 11 to 34. Ine. __-uuu_______ II It u. Bouthern Colonisalon _- Lots 11-and f/ _________----------- 1 311 Iutlon Co '1.1 m. '

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4Lot acre of lot S. ___ .. Freely SI and IS __________._________ II It U Bo..tll.rn COIOD"t,1oa -

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I. bU. E. .____:-________ -- -- -- --- LoU 1 and I t. .. and Btt lot S___ T I' It U' IIoatloern Colons Lots 1. I. 1 1. 1..tlon Co __ f..'
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101 ... A --- ..1 Lots 1 t. f, lea _____-_._______ SIS $1 t'. 101' Co1.n- 1 t. na 1 .4

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kanllan.I: _.__ 1M. i. I. T. 5 anti E lot 0 ._-...;--.__ 11 II II .0 Southern: Colon: I ; j 1 Co __.. ]0.66 '

46 Lou 1. I. a T. 1,6. ._.-.._.._:... 11 14 83 100 Soot I h..vn Colunlantlou r ''Isntlotr' e. ____ 11.89'jLoUMlT to 24. Inc ..........____-.-"-.- 13 14 U H O Southern Colon
('o ____ v.fiG W!. lot I 8 __________.__..-"___.--._.. II IS U 10 \\111"0"' _, J' H___ 1.11T 1 Isntlnn Co .... 10.86
2.01. A. 10, 11. 13; 1(. 11, 11 .._...._-17 $4 II HO $oot' hrrn l'OIOnr ,or 9 i __n___.________. .---..-.-- 11 as "118 10 Mosor R I. a.01 Lots I 2$, to 82, Inc. __.__?_____--..____ It 32 760 Southern Colon.fsatlon **
1, lanllon Co _..- D." 1u1. 14 to 21. a.--_..?.-----1 all J3 110 80u.h"'n Colon. + I Co ...__.. 10.18

y Lob: 'lI. II.. U _____._______...________ 11' $4 II flO Ruulhern' I: Colon4 I Co .- 18.1. Lot 1. 2. 8. f to 8. Inc and Ely ,lot C__ 14 at U 160' Southern Colon- I\.
d lanllon Co ____ ..47 lade. II to 1!. Ina 1\,. lot 36_.-_.___ II III 13 100 Aol.tl: ; (bioufsatlon : I IaA lion CoDavenport. -___ 10,II. "

Lola 8$. U, 29! at, 81. II ..-...--...-.- 17 a4 U no Ruulhern' Colonlantlou Co .-_ 16.61 W4 lot 4 __________:._, .---.--------- 14114 a2. 10 A U. 1.0t ,
. Co 8.10 1..1. 1 to 8. Inc. 1.... lot II _______,_u_ 12 III -$2 140 Pouthern 'plan.I : 'Lots 1to 16. Ino. ___________.________. 14 34 U 160 Southern Colon*
t I. Lnt. a Po 10. I"... _____________________ 1R at as 100 Rnrlhern: Colon.Iantlon 181.1100 Co "tzntlon CoSouthern. ____ 1 0...
: n. tU
C0 _ __ lUG fat 1\ __ _____nnn________:______-__ 11 as Unknown -- :::: ..Lots 17 to 24, Inc. ____________________ 11 84 S2 160 Colonization .
85 160
.. Loti III, 13 !3. u. ._.-------u-------- ] a fAJ 80 .Hnnthetn: : Colon.fT I I.... II to 18. I"e. ___h___ _________ __ II as K..ulh rn Colon- Co ____ 10.6
Isnllop 1'1) _ 5.11 laatlon (b _ 10.68 __ 11 32 180 Southern Colon- J
Lots 25 to 32. Inc _______ _______ .84 e
n
J..t II _ __ n___.___ 1M a4 a3 2ft "kllll"n - __ 1.GP Iola 17 to 24. Inc. n-nnn_____? 11 U ss tftO .Routhern ('olonIssllon : '

lj Lola 26 n IG.' 27. 211, 2P, 81. U __n____._ IS J4 as 1411 .Ruulhern. ('olun I Co __._ '10.GI Lob 1 to I. Ina.___.____..____________ 15 34 S2 160 Southern Colon1011
: ta"I1. ('U -- .p lot8 IG to 82 Inc. less lot 11 __,,____u_ 11 36 a8 140 Soulhrrn!;I ColonIantlon I I Isatlon Co ____ ,10...

+ Lol. 1 tn.-0. Iii C.. leaN lot I _____u___ 10 S4 U I40j .Roulhrrn .'01.n-I Co -_- lI.n ,Lola 9 to 16, Inc. ______ ____________ 15 S4 12 160 Southern Colon-
I
F lntlou l'0 __ '..42Lot. Iota 1 to 7; Inc. __n______-_n-__:..____ 13 S5 113 140 Southern ColonIola I 00 Isntlon Co ____ 10..'

6 1 to I' Inc. ___._________________ 19 S4 13 lno A"uII'rn C01unlanllon Isstlon CO _- 11.41 Lots 17 to ;24, Inc..Lota __________________00 15 S4 32 160 Southern Colon
Cu u _ 9.61 \\I to 18. Inc. ___________nnn___ IS III as 160 Roulhrrn C "t'- isation Co _,.__ 10.'& ...
24. Int'. ..______.._________. 10 34 83 1n0 "'n"II'rn ('01..... Lotion < __. 10./11./ .
R JAte 11 10 11"1. i'.l: : 25 tQ 32, Inc. ____________________ 15 114 32 180 Southern Colon- "
Iantlon ( 0 __ __ 10.,8 1.0'' 22,, Inc ___nn____--___ IS U SS 110 Southern 10.8(5(

N ., w LOl. 26 tn 82, In,. --___--____ __----____ 18 J4 33 160 Rnutharn CnlonISf laetfon : I
1..10. t'0 0.81 LOIN 116 In S2. Inc. _. _____.______._____ 13 35 S3 1M ROU I n -n-- isation Co 11.91)

0'' $44 lot 1 ..ndit lot 1 __.--------.---- 20 -14 a3 IB fI."n ,''...10"la".lon Lxit on Co -__ 10.., I Lot a 11 to 2\1. .IncjLota __________nun____ 16 34 200 Southern Colonisation un
( .. __ 1.99 Lola 2 I. 8. Ine. ______unn__n___ Ie R5 U 140 Rnutharn Colon-l Co ____
I..ta I 10 0. Inc _n___________________ 20 S4 U 110 Routhern ('010.la"lIo" ..- laAlion eo ____ 8.4f 21 to 32 Inc. __________ 34 32 2.0 Southern Colon 1.3.14
('0 __ a.1R tote II I. 14 In. Rod lot 16 _____n___ 11- 3as 140 Southern Colon1ed. 00 isation Co ____ 15.63

Li. LOB A. 10. 15. 14.. U: 1. _n___________ 211 84 a3 120 Ruultern. ) ('nlonl.ntlnn Itnllon Co __: 9.If Lota 1 to 8. Inc. ________ ___________ 17 34 82 160 Southern Colonisation -
Cn ._ a.18 19 10 24. Inc. ._____________;____ 11 86 a3 120 .utl..rn ('olon. I Co ____ 10.1lS

tole la. P0. U, I. _________.__________ 20 S4 a3 HO Pout hern Colon.lanllntt l gallon Co h._ 619 Lots' 9 to 16. Inc __________________ 17 34 32 IGO Soul luarn Colonisation
( ) 6.71 1..1. 15 to 32. Inc. __________n________ 14 86 13 160 fI."th..rn Colon.Iantlon Co 10.6 IS
Lotn<< 16 10 12. lug Iran lot 10 ____.u_ 211 a4 83 140 A.II"rn '..I..". Co h __ 1086 I Lots 17 toLota nc. __________________. 17 31 32 ]160 Southern Colon-- -
Issllon "'u _ __ .82Lilta Lola 1. I. 3. 4. 7. 8 ___________________. 17 35 U 120 !RnuthS; rn Colon.laatlon I isation Co ____ 10.8T
..n.I\ In II. Inn. ______ _.____ 2 1 J4 8. 111ft Roulhrrn CnlonIsnllon Co _: 11.18 .
111 I n 25 to SJ. Inc. ____ _____________ 17 34 32 ]160 Southt-rn Colon
1 1'., _ __ 10.to. 1..nla 6. 6 I. 11. 1 1 ______ ________________ 11 85 83 O' Clrlander FJ J._ I.U! 00 isation ('.. __._ I06J-
,f Lola<< 12 I. 19. cxrapt. P44 lot 17 ------ 21 14 a3 160. A..prn, Culon. I..t. 9. 10 and IS to 18. Illc. ____nn__ 17 .6 8S 120 Southern CnlonI.Allon I Lota 1 to 8. Inc. ______________0000 ____ 18 34 12 160 Southern Col onIsAtlofi -
I' 1."Ilon Co _ 10.04 Co .___ 0.16 Co _

r1 ; Lola II to 14. In ________ n________ 21 J4 33 HO Pout hern ('.I"n- 1..1. 17 to. !9. Int' __,-----------n__ 17 15 13 140 l'Ioulh..rn' Colon.laatlon Lots 9 to 16. Inc" __ _______n________-. )8 34 32 tr.o. f(0uthern, Colonfrfttlo.i : 10.81.
,p, I. Iantlon 1) _ __ 6.71 Co ____ 11.41 Co _. 10,66Lots
l.nl. U. I. 17, 18 Rnd \\it lot 8B______ II 14 83 90 fln'hprn "''IonIRntlon 1..1.25 to $2. Inc lass $14; lot 31 ______ 17 86 113 150"Ih..rn Col..nluUon 10.01 I 17 to 24 Inc. ____00 ______..______ 18 34 82 160 Southern ColonIsntloit ? -
( n _ _ 8.S3 Co ____

Tot 31 ._ ___ ___ _____.__._________ U J4 83 10 A..lhHn. ,.1.-.1.la"lIon Ind. :1 to R. Inr. __. ____-_u___________ 18 85 S3 143 !I..uthprn; Colontsatlon I Lola 26 to 32. Inc. _____________.______ 18 34 3Z ]160 Sout horn Co Colonisation -- -.. 10.8*
(1t __ 1.1111' ( 0 n__ 812 Co _

( J..... I and 8 to 0. Ina __-_ ____._____. fl J4 83 HO Routhrn Colon.Iantlon Iota II t. 16. In... ___ ____ ____________ IR 85 U 183 !Iouhprn; ('...I..n.Ia..Uon Lob 1 to 8. Inc. ___________0000____ l9 91 32 tr.1I. H< utIn.rn Colon h _ 106SIX
__ ___
1.1) 6.,1 Co 1088 .
Itnllon ('I) __ )..S<
Iota 11 U. 14. 1 $. 11. 10. It ___u. --- fl' S4 88 140 Rnulhetn CnlonLathtn 1.0" 21'. !3. U and 1'it: lot 19 and W1;} Lot. 9 to 16. Inc. _______________ ____ 19 14 31 160 Southern Colon n
.. Co __ 941 lot 21 _ ___ ___ --___- __ ___----______ IA 36 8a ao !Southern; Colonlanllon 00 la"II"n'o _.. r04lS''
Lots 24.. 26. 81 82 and 1C'l4 lot IS ---- f2 14 a3 110 fI..lhprll ('...Ion.Allo. ('0 ___ D 01 I. ________ 19 34 32 160 Southern Colon
'. .. ,-0 .81Lnta '.01. 26 10 10. In. ____ __;_____u_____ 16 85 81 120 Poutharn Colontinton nn. la..lion Co 10 86

Ig1 1 2. S. A. t. II and Psi; .lot 1 _____ ,.- f3 S4 a8 110 ROUtharn ColonIantlon ('o h_._ 018Iote (I Lots 26 to 32. Inc 00 ___________._____.. 19 14 .32 1"0 JSotHhern ColonIsatlon ?-'
( 0 7 66'l" I S 6:. 1. .R. 10. 11 and W14lot 2.___ 19 a6 83 183 Sou'h..rn Colon.tsntlon Co __. 10
___ __ _____ ____ Routhern ('"I"... Co _ __ 8110 .fid
lots U ","111 _ _ ._ u n 14 aa 110 I Lota 1 to 8. Inc 20 si .32 160 Southern Colonisatlon .
I 1.ntlonCo 823 Lola 15 .nd 16 end W 'to lot 12 _._____ 19 36 83 60 Southern Colon. y.- u-----------n. - ('.. _

, F4' lot 211 and W % lot ao _____ _..____ ZI H a3 fO fI."II"rn ColonLntlon IaRII' C.. __._ 3 RIat Lots 9 to ]6. Inc. .... ____--__________ 21. 34 32 lGO Rolllh.-rn 'olon-n 10.Off
1'n 1.119 L .11. 111 19 L 8 35 31 6n Unknown __._ 817
-- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- isn tlon Co __ 1088
1.01. 1 tn R. Ina. earept lot a __________ 14 H 83 140 Rnutharn ,'"Ion.laAllon : I : 41T Loin 17 to 24 Inc. ___._____00 _________ 234 32 l6P Sout hi'rn ColonIsntlun ? -
1
b, 4 Co 1142Lnl. ColonIantlon. Co _

I"'t A In U. Inr ___________ __________ II H U 180 Smttl" 'ernC '..I..n 18Lrte 9 Lota 25 to 12. Inc. ______n____________ 20 34 32 tr.o. Routhern ColbnIzntUtll h ._ loot
Iantlon' ,:.. ]06.6Lela 1 l0 R. 1"<' nu __ "__ ___ __ _00 ___ fo 36 33 III' louth..rn '...1"H ( CO _ __ 10 69

17 tn 14. mo.------------------ a3 180 fI.h.-rn ,'...Inn.I '"'tnnor. (0 ILots 1 to 8, Inc __uu_______________ 21 34 32 160 Southern Col ontratlnn -
I. Ian llOn Co. 1n RAI9 1.01. II I" I' In.... and lots. 17 and 19____ Z.1) 35 as 110 flou.h..rn ololr Co .. _
1..1. fa Rnd 18 to 11.. In0. ____ __________ 24 S4 33 lto fI..r.. '..Jon.nttmt I 10.,11, n C.. .__ 941Lat. I I Lots 9 to 14, Inc. _____________________. Y1. 14 32 1611 "poutht-rn Colon-- 1088
/. 1'1) II Ittf 16 27 26 Rn.1 "l't4 lot 30 ____ _ 20 36 33 ,0 "kn..n 479'I.t.ta Iz..I1.t l ('0 __ 106$
J I Lola 1 In A. Inr-----------------------. 1& 14 33 100 Roulhrrn ('01onIantlon ," I l0 p. In. __ _ __ __ ._ __00 ___ 24 35 J3 100 jO"'h.orn, Cnlon- I I Lota 17 to 24. Inc. ______nuu______ 21 34 32 J60 Southern Ci.lnriIsal4 -
:
.. 101:. 'tuition Co u_ 101:6 '

1 n, Lola I 10 11. In... __ _._ __u_ _______ 16 H 33 HII Routhern.", "('ft'...Ion1.,11. t71 1 1" Late II 10 H. Inr __ _ __ __ ______ __ :1 30 83 Jr.0. Rnuthrrn.lanllon ;:. ]on-_ 1065 (' Lots 25 to 32. Inc _________n_______ 21 832 tr.0 Southern I n C'< ..Ion 1. _-_ 10$6

7 ,I r' Lnta 1. In !1. "'r. __ hU____ _________ 25 14 81 140 Rout Iantlon hrrn. 1 CnlOn'1) II IIlot. ..... 17 10 14 _ _ ____ ____ _n______ t4 35 83 1/(1/;( fln.'hprn Co ColoIantlon _-_ 10 68iLat. I Lots 1 to 8. Lnc ________________ ______ 2 2 3. 32 1fi0 flolllh..rn.Ion.I Isatlon Co _-_ in cs

t5 to 30. In0. and lot 11. ._ _-_ .___ Tor II 81 110( Poatlh,...rrt... .(''0...I"n.la"I1. P42 25 10 $2 Inr _uun__ __ _ ___ 21 85 33 100 "Routhern. (t'OlonItnllon .0 _-_ 1068 ,1.0t.9 to 16, Inc __ ____ _______nn____ 22 ':34 1 32 tr.1I. South Irntlon( .rn (t'olon-''n l_ __ 10 Sin

,7?i ....t. I. 3, 7. A. 1.. 11 .n.1 N'to 101 1 ____ tA S4 33 130 South,..rti ..1.-.1.la"lI..n 1.0(8 1 to P. I".. ---------------------5 35 33 160 Soot hern ColonLntlon Issllon, ( 0 un '.S
C0 6j CeN4 Co _ _ 1016Lot.
r 1 lot 9 _____.____________________n_ 16 11 13 III ('0u"lenmbr. J. _ l 07 II 10 18 Ina ______________________ T5 35 as IA. "Pouthern Cnlonla8tlon lotIsnllon. in us;
j II% lot 9 _-_ __ _n ___ ____ _- ____ h 2fi 11 33 III Irnurlt.. 1. 101'' Co _ : 1056 ,
t 1068
l Lob 14. 15. 16 11. II. 14 ____ __ _.___ _ 28 S4 11 Uti 140th horn ('"I"n- lots 11 to 14. In. __ __- .__ ____ un_-__ 25 15 81 100 "Ponthrrn Co Colontsntlon _ _-_ 065 Lots 1 to I. Inc. ..______u__________ 23 34 32 160 Sout htrn Colonisation -
1.,11. Cn II 1R :
to. {'.. 10 11 .1 Rod \t'4 lot 23.__ Colon.antlon T.0t8 25 10 12 Inc. _____ ____________ Southern" Colon.Itntlon I huts - *
....1.1&. 17. 0. 16 9113 116 Soulhrrn n U 85 83 1611 1066: 9 to 16. Inc. ....--______________ IS 14 U 161' Bout hrn <'.>lonIzation .
Co
l ,66
0 i .u '
Lola 1. .. I. .. 1. 1 ____n.nn__._ t7 14 83 UO !I"'h'r.. ColonIantlon Iota 1. 2. 3 And N'to lot 4 ___h.____..__ 29 35 33 70 Ponthrrn Colonlaatton Lots 17 to 14. Inc. ---------------------3 34 32 lno Southern ,% C0 IIU I It Co ___ 1\\ 0'fI' .
t Co ___ 10 6*:
,. t Lou 1. 18. 1\1\ ___._________.___________ 17 S4 13. 9 S"uh..rn ol"n- : "} lot 4 _ _ hUU-n_ 29 85 n 10( F..rr..n & no".r.. 1.07 I Lob IS to It. Inc ____________________ IS 34 33 180 Southern <*olonIsatlon ? -
I.'n' n. _ 44 I..... IS to 1. and 111 to z.Inr. _ __n__ tR a5 83 lRO lnu'hrrn olon.IaRlion
I. ", e, 3AI. 11 .nd 11 __ ___ .__ __._ _ _ ______ 17 H 93 "40 Lnm",, 11 .' It! Co __ __ 1190! Lots 1 to 9, Inc _____.________________ U a't '32 180 Rnuthrrn/ Co Colonization _- .: 1066.;
ul lA -------------------------------7 S4 33 ,n II0on.. C R 1.69 Tot 34 u _.n____ ___ ______,___ __ ___ U .5 31 10 om..r..llIe n __ 1.6 Co _ __ 11 I 90i,
.P 2 011 17. 1.. $0<< 21. U. I. -- --- ------- 17 14 8a 1111 Rnuthrrn Colon Lot. 25. to In,, In('. _ n ___ __ _ _ _ __ U S5' U 140 Ponthrrn ColonLstlon Lob. 11 to 16. Inc. --__--.------------- 28 34 32 100 Southern, (Colon
: CO ___ II t6.Lot.
laatlon.c _ II lAb -
,. t Lola<< '1 t. 711. Ina __..____..____..____ 27 U .3 110 S..h..rn Cnol on. 1 IIntl 2 _- unUnn___ ._ 51) SO 8'i. .0 hunter H A __ 1.1 Ntt lot 17 ________.__.__ H 14 3Z .1n Torum.hR lion Be Co -_-_. .8 1.IZ'Ii I
Ijatlon I eo __ __ II l't. Lola is 'oJ ,. Inc. _--_ ___ ____ ___ ____--__ o 1S 33 so Southern Colon.I nunn on .
N41' lot 11 _______________,______u__._ 17 U a3 f0 t4nknown - - - 107I tuition Co ____ 371tuts Lots II to 14. Inc. ____________________ U 34. 81 140 Southern Colonisation -
or lot II h __ _._ _ _ __._ ______ 16 It al I Unknown _ _- ..71I..o U. 15. 1.. ..1 U. 20 _nun.__ so' 3:1: U ):.t Southern Colon.Latton Co ____ 813
t. I"fI'r..r and n t. 18 In" ------ II U la 1110 flouth..rn Colon1" Co _: 11.11 Lot. 25 to 11, Inc. ____________________ 18 J4 II 110\ Southern {Colon
'- la"lIon (' 1811J 1.,3P I!. !3. U. U. !7. IS to II In.._ ____ 80 S6 IS 2110 Routhern' Colon.laaton Intern Co __ _ 10 ,8
Lola u. II, 11 and II to 11 Ina _non II It as 1411 Southern Colon.: Co ___._ 1311 Lot-l to 8. Inc. __._____.______00_____ 2\1\ 71. al 160 i Southern ColonIsatlon -
'' 'Iantlon Co __ II Ula..Uon Lots 1 to 0. Int' 3S U 154 Pouthern Colonlallon Co 10 45
II
r -------------- ----- --
,;" Lola<< 1 to 1. Ina _...______----------- It 14 as uo Poutharn Colon- Co ____ 1066lul Lot 9 to 14. Inc. ________.___________ 2\1\ 34 al 110 I Southern Colon-- n
! Co __ 1060 II to '1tI. Int' ______ ____nunU_ 31 S5 U 1114 Southern Colon. I isation Co __ __ 10 6.
r S t/ Lots I to 1" t"o .._.____.___________._ I' 123 1110 Southern ('.,I..nla..llon f.ntton Co _ lOll Lot. 17 to 14. Inc. ____________________ 2' .1. al 110 t Southern Colon
JO" I...,. 1 to A. Ina ----------------_--- 1t H 31160 Southern Cofonlanllon isation Cot _ __ 10 68
\ Lola IT to 14. ln4-----------_00 ______ I' U II 6511 Southern c1)o Co __: 10. Lo.. IS to It. Inc.1ot __________________n fl .. 81 ].0 t Souther Colon

py, r 'Isstlon Co __ 10 tIC iota f to I'. Inc _____ ______________ a." 35 aa 110 Southern Colon.lanllon I isation Co __ __ 10 IS
a l Lots II and U _______..___________00 __ It U as 411 Soulhrrn Colon.laatlon Co h ___ 011 1 to .. Inc. --_____________________ "1 111 1.0 i flouthrn Colon.
Co __ 31I Lots 11 te.U.. Ine. _______________n__ 3 S5 II 110 !Southern; Colontaatlon tsatlon Co h __ JO.18
I :r.of I' ___ ---.---.---------.---.-- I' 14 aa 111 t'IIkno..n __ __ _- J.II' Co .__._ 1066 otm 9 to 16. Inc. ---------------------- I' 1Sf 110> Southern ColonIsatlon -
+, ,' Lot. I to 1. Ina ______._________-__._ 10 U aa 11111 Southern, ColonIantlon Lots 25 to 81 Ina ______-_____________ II IS II UO Southern Colon.fallen : 11. Coi __n 10<.
.' en __ 1046lots Ce __ 10..' (II..t. 17 to 24. fps .__.____.______J_____ II II. II 110 i Southern Colon
to U Ina ______________n____ SO U SS 110 outhrrn ColonIsatton Lc>h It to 10. Inc and 14. n. u. !9. !0._ II II at 110 !Southern; Colonlatlon : tsatlon Co __ .,_ 10.49
Co h __ ..'1 Co __ 11.90 Lot. It to 11, Inc. "-----.---------- II 11. II 110 i Southern Colon
Lots 1. to 14. 1,0.. _.__.__.___________ SO I. .1 1411 Southern colonL.Ih Lot U. 21 33 26. n. u. II for Ult I isation Co ____10..S
0/! tries ----- .-a------- -- ---. II 15 at 110 Southern ( A10I% Lot 1 to t. Ine. ___.-.------------ 21 34 al 110> Bouthern Colon-
;'.' II tll 1!. 1110. ..___..;:.___ ao U II 1.11 8onlh6rn Colon. : Roalhorrn Colon- U.Loti : isation<< . I..Uon to ___. I.... II, .11. l116.; IT II, n ---- --.. II 15 II HII :: : Lot t to 1C fan _..._ ._--.:.... n .. II 110 i Southern Colon
I y Lots 1 t. I. 1110. _.._..?...r0...._.. It $1 .1 1AOUthern Colon- I : .... bon Co __., 10.< AJl
-." ', 1"" 'I . i" I..U" Co ._._ III."$ Lou 1 to 1. Ina ".". -. _"."_..--._ at$1 $3 Ito Boahern Colon.latlon : Lot IT to 14. Inc,, .......:..L:.:__ n .. il. 110 i Southern Colonjsatlon
Lots 3 t. t. -.-.....-..-....-..r.$. I. 11..1'11 $outhern, 'olon. :" : Co n.u ,, ) Co ,.* itt.vik.
t ''w ;'t /71p9liar/ 'r Latlonb 1.... Lots 1 to 1. I"o. ._ ':" '_""';' _.._' a/ ,31 53e SO.lhern ColoaIatloa Lot SI. to $" Ino. JL-----..r- 11 U II 1.0 1 Southern ColonIsntton -
,:Lh\.t'1a"I.: : t. i''t: -. : ai': $1 11 111 lSowhen Colon.lattnn : '" .' M -__' ...&1 11' J#', "'. ' I Co _'... 1

C'n ___. ..81 Loti 11 to !4. In0'i.-___-.. ___ at 15 13 ItO Sonth.rn Colo.latlon .: Lot 1 to .. Inc. __ ------t I U It n 1.0 i Southern Colon .
Lots I" It sod II to II Ina '__.u___ II U II 14(1 Routhern ("010... ro __. 10.1 'isation<< Co __. 10.4
1..II..n (.... _ II 41lAt. lots IS to 11. Inc--------------------- II 15 at 1111 $outhern Colon.latlon : Lot 9 to 14. Inc. __?___________- __:__ 28 34 II 180 Southern Colonisation :
I to .. I Ina sad rot I ------------ 3t S4 aa 11111 fln'h..rn Colon.Lstlon Co __ 10." Co _- .- 10 46
,1 Ce 11'5 Lot 1 to 8. In... .___--_.__ _--____--_._ 1 14 II Ito SOYlhetn tlO.10" Lot. 17 to 14. Inc. ____.--------------- 18 It II 110 Southern. Colon
t Lot. 18 to 1$ 6n0--------------------- st u aa u. ou.h..rn '"Colon latfon isation Co __ 10.6S
t \\.lIon C0 9 H .Tots 9 to U. Int' unn________ __ 1 14 II 11. Soulhrrn Colon.fustton Lot. IS to 11. Inc. ____.-____________ __ H 34 33 16n Southern <"*olonIsatlon :
a Lot. n to U. In"- st S4 as HI1 Soulhrrn ('olonIantlon I Co ___ 10." CoSciu 10 64
.. ----- ------------ -
d Co 1096 Lute 17 to H. Inr.I _____________ ______ 1 S4 S2 110 SOU1hetn Colon.to Lots 1 to A. Inc. ______nu__________ U 134 U 160 t hern Colonisation : "
Lot. .1 to $1. lne. hnU___ ___ af 14 'I 1.11 Southern ('olrnIantlon ; +tlrn Cn ____ 10 ItLot8 Co h __ 10 **
, C0 -. . 1060 .:! to U. Int' __ nUnu___ 1 S4 It 1IlI Southern Colon.latton Lots 9 to 16;, Inc.Lot. -------------- ---- - 33 14 II 1f10 Rout hern Colon-
Lot. I. 1, .. 1. 7. I ______n__ ______- 39 ,4 33 no Sanlhern Colon.a Co ._ 10 6tIot8 Isat Ion Co _ 10 C*
I.\nn\ ( o 611LotsP 1 to 8. Inc----------------------- f 34 It HO Southern ColontatlOn 17 to 24 Inc. __uu_______.___ __ 211 14 82 1110 Southern Colonisation

to 16 Ina ___________--_________ 93 S4 33 140 'I..II'rn' .'.,I..n- I Co ._-_ 1061Int. Co _w 10 69
.. ,Itntlon C1) -- II U A to 16 Inc--------------------- I 14 11 lit! 8ou'h..rn Colon.t.atlon I I Lots IS 10 S*. inc. ______nnn___ T9 34 a:: If10 .II'h.rn *TolonIsntlon -
C'o __ __ 10 U Co 10 68
.Joni 696Z.ols : I hOt8 %/1 t" H Inr __ ._ ___ _:_____ ___ __ 1 14 II 1(10( Unknown ". -- -- 165Lot. 1 I I, Lots 1 to II Inc---------------___ _ __ 90 34 32 1r,0 P4Mitbt, .rn <""olontxatlon -
; It to 36. Int' __ __ _ _ ____ __ __ 33 U 13 60 Suthrrn' Talon4 I 28 al1 and 11 __ ___ _n.h _ _ _ f S4 U to Southern Colonlartlon / Co _. 10 4S
1..II.n .'0 ,5 71 I Co ____ 8." Lot 9 to I6.. Inc _____ ._____n_ ___"__ In 14 32 1r.O Pout, h,'rn ColonIzn n-

Let. 1. I. I and J1 __ __ ___ ____ ___ _____ 14 JI 33 RA SOUtherm' .....lonItnon I 1'':'. /If ,v'or lot 21 ___ n__._. ____ -_ _ 2 34 It: 5 i Unknown --- 169tut. I t Ion Co _'n 10 68
C. 5 71 j I Lot 2' ___u ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ f 3. n %1RUJ''rt.\ W J -- Lot. 17 to 24. Inc ____u________ ______ 30 S4 32 160 Si>iH hrn Col on-
Lots 1(1. t1 and II __ _ _ _ __ __ u___ 3/ I. 33 tl1 'I"'hrrn' Colon96 1 to 5. Inc- _________un__. ._ _ 1 14 U HO SOUthrrn Colonlaatlon .: I.I tin t Ion c'o _ 10 Ct
- la..o". l't 84Lot. C0 loll '' L IS to 12 Inc. ____________________ 10 14 32 1110 South*rn ColonLo.1ioLtae..e. -
. to floe. N4 lot 1 .nd Stt lot 0._ 3/ 3 1 140 Rnutkrrn Cn1nn- I Tote 9 to U. Inc---------------------- I S4 U 110 Southern' : ColonLBtfon I I I txritlitn' <"*oSout _ _ 10 ('n ____ 1066I.oU .... .
i 1..II..n C0 11., i -------- .u -- 91 34 9. 1110 h* rn Colon
Lot. 1(1, 11. U. U .11" U -- ------- -- -- U 14 U 100\ Southern' ColonItatlon 17 to 14. Ina .--_______-- ________ .2 14 S2 U(1 Pouthern Co1On1.atton 10rl isation + ('o R< 8. Co __ Lots 9> to it. Inc _--_________--.. __ S1 132 ] fIO Southern I: Colon

IT _ ___ .__ ____________._ __ ______-_ 35 14 93 tll 7'nhnown 111p < n 148 2 5 t. It Ina -------- -----.------ 8 S4 II 11(1( Pouthern' : COlonfall4n I isation Co u_ 10 68in
Co ____ 10 ell __ ___ _____
Lo ii' I. to 14. Ina _____ ___ ____ ______ __ a5 14 aa 141\\ Soulhrrn' /' ,'lon I I Lot. 17: to 24. Inc -- ---- 11] 34 32 160 Soot hern Colon- -.
7 '_ _________________:____
I I.UI" ( 0 II 4f L. 1 to 0. In< 4 Ie II 110(1It. ::::1- 1065 __ tsatlon. Co __ etc
. r Lot. II to 12. Int' Ooh ____ __ _ _____ 15 a4 aa 160 Southern ( olonI''n' ;I Lo t.--------------- 31] 34 33 160 Southern Colonisation -
Iota 8 to U. Inc _____________________ 4 Ie It 1M ROUthrrn Colon- ( C4 10.ISi'
o l/1t. ._ 3061Tot. ___ .___ : - '
C0
Lots 1 to 8. IncLots ___ nun U J32 1 fin Rout :
I hern <"olonIsat
. Lot. 1. I. 1..4.11 tn 15. Ina30 14 la 1 <<1o"th..rn\ olon1.lon
-_ t' 17 to :.. Ina _--________._____--_ 4 a4 II 160<< 8ou'h..rn. Cnlonfatlon I ( Ion Co __ 10 It
I C0 111 M __ 1066lot. .__ _. _____ ___ u
.. of f _____________----_____ _--____--_ U 34 U 211 Rrtehsr I. J. _ 1 U -- 9 to 11. Inc. -- -- 12 34 3% 1RO Sont hern r olon-
t 10 _ _u_ ____ ______ _ -_- __ _-- 31 11. $3 tl1 ..r ...rr'1 69t. < 15 to It. Ina _____nnnn____._ -- 4 Ie It 110 SOUtbrrn ::I'--- 11CC\ 24 Inc--------------------- P.nnhe"" Co 10 68
IT. It 11 32 _. : ------------U 34 'U 00\ '.n1 - -
Colonltall0n
( lot Lots 1 'n II Inc----------------------- a. II 110 Pouthern I I 1.10.,, t' __ 10 68
. t. 36. 11. I II and C'1I U __ 6 1)
J4 Snuthrrn
U JS 90 '
S'I..nLot. Co _ .- 1066Lot. Lots 25 to 32 Inr __.__ _nn____ ______ 82 1ST 160 Southern "Colon
,Itntlon 621< '
I. T. 3 __._._ ,__ Soulh.rn 'ol.'n- 9 to 141. Inc---------------------- I a8 at 110 f'ou.hprn ( 0l0tIsnllon !, isation Cn . 10 8in
1 96 al 66 (
---- -- -------- Co 171 CO --.- 1A {t'lot. I, Lots 1 to *. Inc __--.__._ _--_____.----- 33 34 32 160 fI"'h'rn ColonItnlton -

,. Lou 11 t. III I Ia and fI" lot IL___ Roulhrrn'ltatton Colon384s - : 17 to 24 Inc _nun. ________ 5 Ie It 110 Ponthrrn Cb00: I I 1 Co. 68:
1 U as 111/1 '' futlon _ III III Lots 9 to 1*. Inc --_____ _____ 3S 31 12 160 ",,"Ih'p. <'nlonKutlon -
Cr . : 5.
1 Rnd 8 te 14'. Ina __ __uUn I U la 16.11 'I"u'h..rn' laa".n ...IonI..on 1...... 21 to 3!. Inc ____________________ 6. Ie II 1118ou'h..r.\ .. ,,0 C'eMnlatlon __-_ 111 4'6' I sob 17 to 24 Inc. ( : Co _ 10 68
C0 III 66Y < nu.n 33 II $3 180 Rnuthent, C'olon-
Iota P 'Inc ______________________ It 110 8ouCh..rn ColonIultonCp *
1 to Ie
9 Lot. 11 te 11 .xeept, 6.14: ht 16 __ ColonItatlon R I lat Ion o 10 68
uu I II la 1711 'Io'h..rn --- 111 141 I Lot IS to 32. Inc.Lots ________--___.. __ 33 81 1 2 180 R0111harn ColonIsat :
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l'Let.
, I 10 aa4 11 u ____ ___ _ _. _________ f J5 U 44H...'''..... L'Co _. __ 11 291 Iota 01 to 111 Inc _____n_______ ______ II 38 It UII &u'h.rn, (Colgnlatlon o . 1Dts 1 to ?.. Inc __________ Inn Ct. . _ 10 68
Ln'. 3!. U. !1. n. !1. 14U _____ Southern t"nl..nI..n. I ; nnh 14 34 t2 160 Southern Colon.Lets *
n 1 7t al 1441 ]
r Lots I' to 24. 1,0. _____ ___________ -- II 14 II 160Tot. 8ou.h..rn on1(1'1' (* 10 ..
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.. (o h. UtI4 l..ttOll .. 9 11. Inc ______._ __ _ __ _ Routhern; olon-
.. lnt II _n_ _______ ________________ I U 11 111 "k".n..n _ 1.7 I to -- u 14 34 33S4 180 :
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Lot. J Rad 4 to II III\, --- ---------- I II 3a IN &uth..r-n ColonIsaHon -- 11 to $2. lno. -------'------------ t' 14 II lCO SOUtprrn I'lon oon111" Lots 17 to 24. Inc. __ __ _.____.__ __ 34 32 1110 ROlothrrni'olnn-<<; :

t 11 ______ .________________________ 1 II 33 fO tounx. 1 M C ___ ____ 1 9 69it 41 Lc>t.l to" Ina n__________________ __ 7 Ie II U' BOUthern M ColonIatSon _.--_ 010Tuts I Lot 25 to SI. Ine. ____un_ __ _ __ __ isation Co '- 10 68
t. 11. 1. . _ __ 1 n as '(1"kn....., 8.n 14.81 U 160 Southern Colonisation
I'J -- --- - un Colonlatlon
t j t. It. K. 16. n. 16. .If. II __u____ 1 II II HI Aoulhern Colon- f to u. tna ________.____.n--.n 7 Ie II U' Southern CO .: $10Lot. iJ..o..l to 8. Inc. .-__ _____ ___ _ __ _- II 11 SI 180 Southern t Colon-f0::: '8

J; laatten Cn 911a 11-to 14. lno. ___________________ Ie II.1ft. Routhern COlealatlon -
:Let. 1 to I, tan aft4 lot 1 ______nu__ II II In Aoutkern Colon- 7 CO __. 1311Tot. : Lot. 9 to 1. Inc __u______________. II 34 ai 1611 Snulharn'Isatlnn Co _.._: 10 8.I 8

11 3.4t lot 11 __________ '1ut14n<< M -.- _: f 41LM. n to 92. In\ ______nnn__ 7: Ie II ue Southern Colonlatlen : I Cn Colonisation _ __ 10 RS<
job f to Ins.. 4 II at In s.'I Ce __ 10563.nt. Lot 17 to 24 Inc ________u______ __ __ H 11 12 100
: Southern Colon-
latlon C1) -- './! 1 to I. Inc ___. ________________ Ie II 1.. "
is n to 16. laC\ Ira lot It ______n II at .In. A4.lhern Colon- II f'ol:1-_ -_ 1. {6''' ,.-\8.25 ,0.1-1. no. *___u_______ . __ aft 34 II 160 Southern Isatlnn Co Colon- 10<< Iff

,. Lot. II to 4L and: ____________________ 1 II .a III SoUathotn Colon. '.41 Lets 1 to 1I1"e. lea lot II __unn___ II Ie II 14. Seahern (Colontatten o __..-_ t.41 i.Lot 1 t o. I 0 0. .nun________- U 34 II 100<<> Pouthern Colon76 {/

t' 1..11. Cn ._._ 1. 91 _________ II 160 Roahern
Lot. IT to U. 1..0 Ie
t.et1 te 6. the. ________nunn_ I II at 15 fln..CII..r" Colonlaatlon nU II latten t.n: 1. IIi Lot. 9 to 14 Ine. ......un___' ___ 311<< 34 U UO lrolnth.tC'olon: : 10
('n __ __ fall __ ________ II u. Rnah.rn Colonlatlon :
; i Lo. II to U. Ina ____ _nn t Ie : isation
lAt. I t. 11.. Ina and 11 t"1" 1"I II at lb 8oatkern 01.- Cb __ 106.6Lot. lots 17 to 14. Ina--------------------0 CoSouthern 'Ionlue

1..1t. Co _._ 141 IIi Inc ____________._______ II UI 8o.tl.ern Coloc- 14 II 110 (
1 to 5 Ie
i % SBIi 'ot 11 ___________u_________.___ I II aa 1. Unknown __ ___ l.n II Iatlea M ____ 11186 Tots IS to 11, Inc. _U________.__ ) _____ II 11 39 100 Aonthrrn. Colon 10 66Issllon

t i ';" Loh 19 te II '"a. and W% lot 111 --- I "I II 91 lIcI.tll.m Coloni Lou 8 to 16. Ina _____-_n________ f 34 II u' f8e.thernColon. .
M 6.11 latlon (b .___ I' it Co .u_ 10.6
; latun<< --_ -t. I to 9. Inc. _-------------u-- 1 II II
II 1
Lots II to It, 1110. ,_ lot 39 ______.. : I II II UII Po.tkern Colon- 8.01. n to U. Ina -------_________? 34 II 310 POnthern Cblenlanes I. I South"rn ColonIsatlnn -
r tatlen ('n ____ 1.11 N ____ 11 4eIola ...-..t* 9 to 14 iJc- _______un__l.r.- 1 U al Cn ___ 10 *.
111
+ LeU I t. 11. 140 _____________ 6 II at U. II te IL ',,0. ______________n_ f 14 II 1" Southern Colon1..t. : Southern Colon
a .uttorwC r-_ 11/t (b __ 1186I Lots 17 to I/. I n\. .. 1..1 Inn M __ _ !*...
---------- --- ---- 1 II .1 U'
LeU 11 to 1$. Ins lase hot U _____ 1 II II 11. $4.tf rn (blei- te I. It_ ___________________ 11 14 II 11'l g:'!_: Southern I .5, ttl.. ('e _.._ 11.Ntaint / I.... Lot II to 11. Ine. _____________.n___. 1 II If 11. t la.llon Cn _u_ 11.
.h ....__ ---------- .- t II at 1N ......'11._ <'etItl. _- Lot. 9 to 16. ..... ___________? 11 34 II 114 80:1:": I Southern Onionanon -
: ... ('e __ 11.14 11.11 Lot 1 to 8. In----------------------- I II ( Cn __-_ 144
lAte ... 11, I. #.1.. ------ 9 II II IU "..t"101_. LotRI n t. IL 148 ___..___ l' 14 II 1" tteaken :bleueatl.n : II In $outhern Colon
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T .. Itl_ <'to ___ t.1 11.91 'Lot 9 to It. Inc.Lot ________uuu___ I II (atton. Co _h_ 11.*.
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t gets h U. tao. ____._________ t ,. at U. 1Ico.! lAt. as t. 31 Ina ----- __,- 1. 94 93 1.. $e.thern Colon i II' IInutll.rn Colon
a ,- '_rnLOS : latls. Ce : 1.... It, 8$. !O. 31. 11. 14 and N' ,. lot 17 isation Co .... S.lth. .
? lots 11h 2L; t*... .. .u._ ._.-- t .i II 99$ .eeth_ Cble.L.tle4 .:: tots I to t tea .- K'6 lot I __ 11' 'It II n. R tt Co0n
.. C. ,.... l :ra :. ]101ET I and -WH" lot 11 _,_uuun_____ 3 II 11 34. .<.. .m (Rol..

,' I '..... $L M''' It h at 1_ ___. T II II 110 ....tll rP' { lot 5 ___ 11 .8 II 11 Yoe.a W R_ LIlL.0. Isatlon<< <'o .....*. l,Ti-.ir
Lou SI to Sft. Inc and lot SSLot
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LsM a.:* flat 1 h II. ""' ... .._ I II II 110 .. .t"t. 0. '.1' : -. ".
1)a' .' b.a4 w Aii, Lot It 11 11 II "u...__ -- .... 1 to t, tea --.----.-?-?.---J.J I .1 ii 146 4a&5s} :
Gli'N1ti s II a 11
r' ..... ---r Lea I. eo 34IN.. to.l W" 1M 11 31 II UI soaker CN.aLsts Loti I t. lMilaatlon
11.-- 14. fan .
: "( 0's...e n s II al $0 Itloe.t4. yp_ LIIp : Rt1pt0. --------.______... I II II U. Ho''Mi5:\: Ioj-:

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O.Lotti .' I, oo I t. iii y So :3irmlaere I !

l )'. J' 17. 10. :0416J _------.-----.. I III II au Seuth.rn Lots 1 to-11 I
tnQ blk II . .
Colon. ,-_."------":- Southern Coion I.amd .... I... c:.', *alI>|.
Lob I to S, Ina .__.._1"_________.i.. 4 a. laollon Co _,-- L!. I IspIlan Co t:1ILot. Tinion' of all of
except 814
"--- II Lots It 31 Inc .: 8\Vtt\ of
; 111.:; Southern olon. .to. b.tk'U ___. ___..___:_ .. ; Sbuthern'Coto it: 8E\4\ ;; --,......._ ... 1/1'/ 16
Lot. 1 I t'o ,., Iris wt..e: : +: :; 4 lutlon .?r 10.04 '. la.tlon Co ...:. 1." Lot 14; ., ..----- ---? ------ 10 .
: :------- ,- 73. U lea Southern \C'ol; 1 to 14 1'nQ 'blle: ... : -- *" :-.--. ..,..... --- .. .... J d 'Vnknown
on. ------- ....-- .... 80utbern Colons Lot .5 .......----?..- ... .-Y. 3U .1 11 II ;.? ...... ,7*
'f L o t' '17 .to./, Ina I ..e', Is laallon Co ? 1,60 Ia..Uon Co 1.1. ..4.t 58 . ., -? ---- 'It "{ unknown --..... ..oW ti
--- ->------ -- -- w., I. Southern (tiolo m' Lots 35 to U Ino, blk It..--.-;---.:-. I Southern Colons--- Lot -- --- -- --,--..--..----.r:. 10 II 1lie.n... H C -_

{_ Lot, III. to 10. Ina __..____._____?__ 4. III U 11. Southern lestlon, 'il,: : 10.0. Lots to 14 I'*no. bik""U : .., laatlon Co' ---_ 1.4 .Lot.. :: :::::: :-r.r':::. :. ::::::::::::::: 10 *4 it,, 1 I i.Unknown'Conl'er.J F _.:.e. ..1'I
on Il - ----. \ Southern Colon. .. ..... std .... C.'. II.b.DI- _... .. ,

;4Lots .i to 7. Ina _._ --.-...:"-------.-- i $3 3t 141 Sou Bern Colon: f.se. Lob 11, to IS tnc. blk U ___.._.____-__: .i. 801r c;: Co Colon." 111 NES4.r vUlon of all except.. 11of/ NW'4 of It It 6'
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I Lotrl and 11 to 11 lno. ______ __:_ 6 .J3 U ' c U I I''s; hstlon C'o.____ t.14 Lot 23 ----...- __.--. _-.:?e. : '. ', .
Lots -?- Col
? Ua l-k..1I'III btk _.__
Southern Oolon' .. U _______._.__.___ Southern ('olop- .. 34 044 ::,:::- "- '. 'Oi I rln.: T.' ._... ..
s lots 17 to U. Ina ___.___ 6 lutlon Co __-- 1.11. (' .. Lot 83 ::,:__. ::::::: :::::::: U 1t'.1 FI.mp.'n 1 jl
_________::_ III U .111 Southern Colons i Lots 1 .0 II Inc bllt U __- ____-..___ Baulestlon. Colon.0 --..... .t. ... .. I.aad a ad -lav. C.'.:>:.;.:::::: I Unknown!, '_,::::. :
D.
( Lo U to U. "no. -_..________.:__..___:. 0 III U 151 8o'Istlon'utnern Co Colon..-s" 11.04 Lots 1 to Ie Ina blk I/ -._________.._ Is8nuth.rn stIo --__ 1.81 Lot vlDlon 78 and of all 81 <.r.-....__......---.._.- tl 13; ,I.I... Ill
'olon. ....... . .1 10' "' < "
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Lots 1 to I, Iaa _-.4.__________ 8 J6 .! 1811. Southoner 9j.1-::;$ 10.04 Lots 1. to 11. blk .II. ._______.__.______ laaUon CO Colons--_ L4Boutharn Lot Lot 81 104 for..+-----.I.-.I.91tai. ...?.-,.. fl. a.It '.1 11 .1 I fltswarq m M"M:;_:,. i.1I1'
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Lote 8 to 1Ina., _______.._______ .e-- 8 II U JlO Southern Colon-s to."/ Lots 1 to 11 fno blk ao .____________ Sutton Co --__ 1.88 11oois 110 and 6 --.. --- 'I' I. II 10 Uplrkowa' -- ??, I '
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...... Loll 17. 3/, ins -.9 046 I. 180 Southern laallon Co Colons---_ 16.1 Lots 1 to 11 Ina 1... .lot 11. blk 11____ So..th"r"Southern laaUon Co Colons Col-_:._ 1.11ons 1I..I..le Lot HI. ::Land:::::::.:.:*::lmiZ:::: .c.:::::>.:.:::f.MDI:::::::::: 7 !{ 11 11 I.. Unknown'lII.on; W-C"? .-::"."" I,7a1!

t. Isatlon C __ -
Lo U to U. lDO f II U 10.1' tl' .___ I" vlalon of all fractional
--.--------- ------ 10 Routhern Colno : Lot 111. blk ---------------------1.aer. ECo NH except KH of U
.81 % K of Canal

Lola 1 t o. Ina -------1"____;__ 101 I. 1,80,, Southern taatlon Co Colons---- 1.71 Lots 1 to 10. bik32 -------------'_---- Souththern ro lon--.- Lot Lot 11 _and1......and.....BM....0.[..8BU......_._ '11 II I. ii J Unknown

Lots lutlon Co ____ 1.80 61 ____._____._______. i Hook, L f ;;:: dl
1 1 1 to It Ine ______ .
Lots 8 to 18 Inc lo..lot If ____________ 10 II U 110 Southern Colons- b111 L. __ __ Southern Colons Lad a.d .... Ca'a Saa-IM. I

' 1." .. Lola 17 la I'. Ina le.u tat 11 ____. ____ 10 I. al 140 SCtuth..rn laatlon Co Colons,-..._ 8.U Ldtsl to 0 Inc blk It _u_____________ Southern hatlon Co Colons__,._ Uti Lot Lots vlnlon 6 and, of 11 all.--:-.::.-.---,_.--_...--.-.-..--.-.j-:.:.- .1 4 .17 17 lI1,1\ 10 .Kalltle V A '

''. "if Lot. II to U. 11)0. I".. lots to and 11._ 10 III U 'Isalon Ca 8.41I Lots 1 to 0 Ino, blk 13 _____________u_ Isatlon Co __-_ u. Lot 38 71 --------- ------------------_______ I1t i 1 Whet10rd, JII- j'l
IZo Boulhern Southern Co1on- --------"" Unknown :
Colons Lot 81 --------------- 4 .17 11 :: ..1
Isatlon Co 1.11 Lots 1 to U Ino blk II ______________ laatlon Co --__ I.U Lot. -'----'and--- ------------.---. fl.tler H ii' _. I
,y I Lot. 1 to 8. ins ___________..__________ 11 III U 180 Southern Colons-- Southern Colons Lot 88. 104 lit ------.---...--- 17 11 >i nani.ca"I ?
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,1 Lots 8 to 18. Inc. ___ 11 II U hatlon Co ____ 16.1' Lots 1 to U Ino blk 17 ______._______ luUon C0 _u_ 1.31Routhern Lot 111 8 ------.-...:----.-.-.----------.. / .*' It*1 8 Unknown .. Z.n \
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-- --- ------- 180. Southern Colons -- --- --- Sebrlnv A '
--- Colons ,
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4 I'; ....... La.and I.e. C.'i _., .'1 >

r Iols 17 to 1inc.. ____________________ J1 7l U 160 Southern tullon Co Colon-___- 10.1. Lot. 1 10 14 Inc blk II _v___________ Southern lutlon Co Colons_u_ 1.14 note vUlon 8 and of 8 all ....------......Mlaa-DI.--..-,-.. 0 i 17.1; !if \ ,

: Lol. U. 11. 19. 50. nand lot J1 all. so' n Co __u 10.0. LoU 1 to 14 Ina blk It ______________ laatlon Cn ---_ I.H Lot 26 ------------.------, -. II "i Neleon'J! !: W --_- Ltt :
W54 26.
II -----
110 Colon- .South..rn Coion- Lot 81 --------------------_______ f? .i.. Turner tt ....-. '
tsatlon Co __ UI Lots 1 to U bik0 ____ __ l.aUon Cn __n 1.84 ----- ------------------ 6 Unknown .. ._ .
Ina ----
Lots 1 Ina -- Lots 84 and f1.1 17.t
to 8. __ --______________ 12 all U 160 Southern Cnlon. Southern Colons -------- 10 Eleon JR'
lutlon Co ____ 10. Iota 1 to 14 bik1 _____ ____ 'aUon Co -_ I.U *1011 and 90 ----,--':---::..::..-. II 17 It 'l lohn.on ii-- i ""
Ine ____ ;
Lol. 8 to 18 In' __ _____ 11 Lot ________ 117\ 11 If'I..t.
______________ III II 180 Southern Colon- 8outh..t'n Colons Lot _<,,____ _____. .. S tee 1 ,'I,
114MKlaole
17 -
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"' halloo Co 10,6. LoU 1 to It Ina blk' 41 ____________ tzstt. t Cn _--- 1.114 --- -- : .VicI =
Lots 17 to 14. Inc. ___ n .;. .r--- cIi' .
u_____________ 12 all U 160 Boulhern Colon: Pnuthsrn CMon' lav. i- }
c Co 10. Lob 1 blk __ lzatlon Cn _--. U4 vlalon of all u____________________._ { IT 11 ,
to 12 4a ____
Lots 15 to U. Ina _4:____________.___ 11 II U 180 Sol:: ern Colon I s. inc ---- -- Southern Colons Lot 12 ----____--______-_______________ IT II na.klnNl.

Isellon 10s .1 d LoU 1 to 1lac blk U _____________ hstlon Cn __-_ 1.51Pouth 3 Lot 83 -------__------__--_____________ I II 17 11 I Unknown' %::: 'rI.ot *
48 17 -
Lots 1 ___ 11
to 8. Ina ____ 13
_u____________ II U 180 Boulhern Colon rn Colonsd Lot .------------ -----------------__ I Unknown : :
80 .
11.1 -"

Lots to I G. Ine. ------.:---__________.. 13 II ai 180 Boulhern laallnn Co Colons_-__ 10.6 Lot. 1 to 14 Inc blk U --____._______ Boulhern lsetlnn Co CoionA __ : 1.84 tot 4-B.lnole: 88 ::::::::::_::::::::::::::::::::: 1 ST. 11 J t .Woeden.Be.maM J 8 H E-_-.I. If J"

Izatlon Co Lots 1 to 14 Inc blk 48 _____ ________ Isatlon Co _-_- 1.8Bmethern 4 lji.nl ../. L rC.Y Saa-DI. *rs
Lot. 18 to 14, Inc. _____-______________ 13 all J2 140 Boulnrrn colon" u Colon- vl lon 6f all frao. -----------------.. 7 S7 II

Isatlon Co _ 1./f Lob 1 to U Ino blk 47 __________ __ laoUon Co _n_ 1.11 480ut".rn Lot 3 ------h-U______ 7 f 511 I nak... Bit.
Lots 15 and 11 to U. Ino. __________u. 13 II II 140 Southern Colons- CntonLotz Lot K>.laele 4 _____l._.__*__..-.------___.__._______.__ 7 IT It Unkn ....n _. :::: ;1. i'

Isatlon Co 1./f 1 to 14 inc bikB _____________ lutlon ('n ---- 1 84South..rn. m lav, ( .. f.b.DI.
Lot. 1 to a. inc. -----_________________ 14 all II 16/1/ Routhern Colons- (COlon vlnlon t of all tract I >T !!
I&lItlon Co __ 10."d pees.. laatlon Co :___ 1.84 Lot 40aemlaftnle_ .. _:::::::: ::: :::: 17Nemliole I Welcher. A D
Lots 11 to 20, Inc. _________________._-- 14 811 U 200 Southern Colons n ....* ..* ..... C.'. .. .- >lvlalon ,fS t
laallon 'Co __ 13.14 Lot. 1 to 14 Inc. blk 1 ---------------- 80uth"rn Colons of all _un_ ___...__...... I IT II .
Lot. !2. u. 55. 1'7. Ls, 19. SO and N' lot n Lot 47 ___ ___ _..__ _._ 1 IT It Nfehol. '
It and E14 lot II _____u______"_____ 14 II U 160 Southern' Colontzstlon . Lots I to 14 Inc blk I ________________ BouthPr IL.tpn n Cn Colon1 _- : U4Lot. Lot Ix>t. 88 81 and_. 81 ---__.:__--u,- -_-________ I 1 ir IT 11 111 Hanh .J 0 R .,,1 i

Lots 1. II, 8. 7. 8 ---u___. __Uu_ 15 all U 100 Boutharn Co Colons I.-__ 10." to 14 Ine blk I ________________ Povthern Irallon ';.;'Ion-- 1.HLota HrralBole Lend; -nIse:-4'w'*- I.bDI. 31 I Unknown=::= ,


Lots 11. i!. 15. 18 .-___________________ 16 811 12 80 Southern Isatlon C0 Colons I. -_- 8.96 1 to 14 Inc blk 4 nn_________ IE"tlon Cn'nlon---.- 184South..rn' Lot 4 of of SB N H%and and NEK N14/ of of 8KH NWE and) _n HE_ j 14 10 '1.vl.lon 1.\

Isatlon Co<< __ 11.71IZIItlon la"lion Co 1.84 48 ---- --. __ __ __ _______ 14 10 I Unkno..n \1
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Lotll 17 to $4. Ina _____ tote 1 to 14 Inc leas lot 4. blk 5 ____ u -- Lot 49 ___ ___ __ 1 14 in i ---.u .
______________ 15 35 12 150 Routhern Colon- 1'I0uthprn "Ion-- ------ -- -- __________ Connally A _
s Co __._ 10.65 IaaUnn Cn 1 6SSouth..rn Lot no ______________._._______._______ II 10 IIIlI.on. J' B 1)__ ::7t ,
Lots 15. 28. !1. 10. I1. U ___u_______ 15 86 II no South..rn ('olonLotll Lob 1 10 7 Inc. blk 8 nu_________ Colons-- -- I..... ".*. lav. ('.'. "Maa-nl.' 11 ---- 1

a4 1 to 8. Inc. nnu_______________ 22' 811 U 142 southern Izatton Co Colons____ 8.18 A tote 1 to 13 Inc. lee lot 7, blk 7 ______ South..rn IzRUon (("'o'olon.Lota -- -.- 1.37 Lot Lot vlnlon 88 48 __-of-__all__-exrept_______NH_ __-__of___NV4___---- 11 II 14 10 30 0 Sear* T- ._.__... 1." ,

hRtlon ('0 ._ 9./2 IzRUnn ('0 ._ 1.U ------ - .-- ________ _____ 16 80 p __ :t
Lola 9. 18. 16. .nd V44 lot 10 _____u_ 22 33 82 68 South.rn Colons 1 to IS Inc Ices lot 9. blk 8 __-,.-- Flo.Jthprn Colons n Lot B6 --- -----___ _--___----.-_____-_ 111 16 80 HH..mnlt J ft" _- 1.00 h ;
T.ot 1.14
Izatlon Co 4'F. Isellon Co __ 1 rt t 7R ._ _ ____ .____ _______________ 1..0 J -4
% lot 14 __ _ _____ 22 15 n n Tot A. blk 8 __uu--:___ n Lot 123rmlnole--. ____ 11 14 10 ).( 1.1' "
- -- -- _--__ ____ 32 II t1nknown. __ ._ 107 tlnknown - r,1 ---------- ---- __ ___ lIne/ W a"!::::
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Lola 17 10 24. Inc. nn..nn___x'22 36 82 142 Southern Colons Lota 14 to 18 Inc. blk. 8 ____un_____ Rovth.rn Colons visI I..... ..d ...... r.'. "a"DIJ I 1.J4 t'

I&ntlon C0 ._ 9.Loh ./2 n1oI. all except N>4 of ___ 14 10 II
26 to 12. Ina ________nnu_ 22 86 82 142 80uth"rn Colon.IzntlOn I.ota 1 10 18 1nC leas lot 10. blk 9 ____ Rmrthern l.oUon C0 Colons u -_ 1.118 TXI 4. 20. 29 ___ __ NW54-___ II 26 30 20 Rpan.enbur. . H J
I.nt 4R _____ __ 16 30 9 s.isSi&7"s
___ R.
('ft . 9.4 t --- ---- IE aumont.
Lots 1 10 6. Inr. _______ 35 Lots 15 to 26 Ise blk P ___ ______ IzRtlon Co -- u 1.G8 loR -- -. --- 14 80 II C L._ .
___ _____ 23 12 120 southern ('oinnIzntlon nu
nn Co _- 81 Floulhprn Colons r.rc, 86 ::::::::::.:::::: ::::::::::::::: 11 16 10 I : ;_._: iiiiKlnsaley : i

Lots 8. nand 12 to U. I\o\c.\ _Un____ 23 85 82 120 Routhern ('ok.nIsatlon : 1.ot. 4. II: 8, P. I". blk 10 __________._ atton Co Colons-- -- 148A"ulh..rn "NPwl.ele' I..... a./. l.r. Ce'. b.bD11J / __ '1

Co __ 818 Vlolon of aU hn___ _____________ 11an
Lots 17 to 24 Inc; less lot II _____u_ 28 35 12 140 Southern Colons Lota II to 26 Inc blk 10 _nnn_ IaRUon C0 Colons---- 11)7South..rn Lot B4 ------_-______________ ______;__ 10 26 SO 0\ J Mx.'t -.U ..
I&atlon Co II 4. Lot 77 ------________- __ ______ 24 10 W : ".
__, n. I.ota 1 and 3 to 10 inc. blk 11 ________ IERtion Co ---- 1.84 Lot 8S __ ___ ___ ____ 11 26 10 II __. .8f }:
Lot II h .n______________________ 23 38 U zn Art..m..nko..T F._ 1.11I..tll Fouthflrn Colons ---- ____"_ Unknown ____
25 to 1!. Ina _u______ ______-n_ 23 36 82 160 Southern Colons laatlon Co 1 Rl Lot 121rmlaele________________ _________ 11 fJO I Cunningham. DCMoCalllater. a'7f Ji
hRtlnn Co 10.88 Lot 2. hlk 11 ____unn_______ U nknwn ---.- .61'' I.aad aad ...... <'.'. ".b.Dl. 14 o-,'

Lots 1. 4. 5. I ________________________ 24 a5 12 80 Southern Colon1zetfon n- I."t. 18 to 28 Inc,. blk 11 00---00----- Bouth..rn -- vlnlon of all --_--------------------- 14 16 SO
Co 571 Colons I ILota Lot 8 and 9 -_---_.------___ __ __ 16 80 10 B
.
F.% lot a u_-__.--______-- .______. --_-- 24 IS 12 10 Unknown __ __n__ 1.07 1 10 II Ine blk 11 -------------- lzatlon Cn _-__ 1.84 Lot Lot 11 ----__----______________________ 14 14 26 16 30 Unknown __ jt 4 I
Lots 8. 11. 14. 15. 18. 17. 19 and 'V% of Southern ColonsLot. E/. 47. 50. 61 ----------------_____ 10 !S Baxter, Bert ,I

lot 11 _____nnnu____________ 24 III U 161 Soulharn Colons 14 to II .inc. blk 11 ___n_________ Izatlon Co __-_ 1.11Routhern Lot 78Lots -------________________ ____ 14 14 It 11.0 Baxter Bert _IH .IJ .
lzatlon Co _. __ 10.34W Colon- 84 and 98 ________________________ 10 10 Baxter Bert 1Bmlth. Lit ;k
lot 8 and E"% lot 10 __..uu___ 24 III 12 20 South..rn Colons Lob 1 10 11. Ina blk 13 ___un_______ Izatlon C0 __-_ 1.83 11..1..,. Land u1..... C*'. II. -DI111 II ? ,;
Boulhern Colons lon of all 10
..
.. hat Ion Co 189 --------
---
\ Lot U --______--_--___________---___.-- 24 U 12 Z/l McKettrlek 0 u__ 1.60 Lota 1 to 11 Ine blk 14 ______ -______ luUon Co _n_ I.U Lot 19 ---_____-_____----_-_-_-____--_ 111 III 26 16 10 I ., B 0 .;.. .f' .f.vl f.
Lol. 15 to II Inc and 'v", lot 1000____ 24 a5 U 90 Suth.rn Colon- Soulh..rn Colons Lot 71 ----------.---------------- --- 11 10 I _1 .'1 9

hatlon Co _n_ R II Lot. 11 to 14 Inc blk It -------------- tzstlon Iota U. IS and 14 and W54 lot 11____ 14 n 12 10 Unknown __ _n_ 4.1' Routhern Ltd ..* lav. C.'. e.h.191. te.A
Lots 30<< 31 and 11 24 Unknown<< ____ 4.1t Lot. 1 to 11 Inc, blk 15 ______________ IsaUon Co '---- 1.8880utll..t'n vlnlon of lot. 8-4 and SEtt bf 8WY. 17 "t '
Lot. land I to 3 Ina; :::::::::::::::: E6 n Ii lg: Routhern Colon1sstIon : Coion Land Wtt of SHU\ ----------------- 1'T II

Co ____ '.U Lot. 11 to 14 Ine blk 11 ____________ I..Uon Co 00 __ 1.88 ----------+------.----.------- J. It.O Brolth. B ..TSi _
Lol. to U, tea _u_____-____________ III III II 140 Boutharn Colonlutlon Southern ColonLota Lot 78 -----------?-----------------__ 1..0 I Psinter< BH .TS
Co __: 9.I.ot. ./! 1 to 1:1: Ine blk II ______________ l.aUon Co --__ 1.88 Lot 101 ...------------- -------------- IiI' 39 Unkno.... _?. *I .k.'
IS and 14 ________________________ III 34 U 40 Southern Colon- Soltth..rn Colons Lot 106 ---------'----------- -- _____ 17 10 6 Oowell. nA -oO. '.
laallon Co ____ 3 II Lota 11 to 14 Ina blk 11 __________00__ So't' '; Co : 1.18 Lot 119 -- - --.i- ' : SI 10 I (]...... j IfJ. '.
Lol. II to U. Ina lets lot 10 __________ III II II 140 Routhern ColonIsatlon Co I n- nmtmmtm laii.l C.4 Lb-DM
Co ___: 9.Lot. .41 Lot. 1 to 11 11Ie blk 17 Izntlon Ca __-- 3Lot el n of EH of EH I' J. 10 (
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1 te I. Ines. -------- __..________ II II II HlI Boutharn. ColonIzatlon'CO 8outh.rn Colons --.------.---.---------------- 1. 10 0 Barll O B __ .Tyl
__: 10.6 14 bik 17 Izatlon Co __ L8ootlvrn /1 Lot .1 :. I. 10 Martin. C ,
6 Lob 11 to Inc ----------- D. _'I"
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Lots '. 10. 11 _____________:____________ 21 IS U 80 South..rn ColonlaaUon + ColanTol. Lae 1lt _- ...- 1. f6to Burnalda. B .,11 '
C0 ____ 4./7 1 to 11 InD leas loll 7 and I. blk 18 laoUon Co ---_ 1." lewl..l. Laadl aad lav. C...'e .,; -iii: ;

Lot. 17 to 14. tea ___________________ II II U HlI Boutharn ColonIsstlon IIollth..rn Coion.etton i vision of allOt -------------.----..---- 10 .1 10 .
Cc ___: lUll Lob 7 and 8. blk 18 __________________ .Cn ---_ 1..e ; 1 -......._.,._......-___._ 10 It.t I n..i 0 Z ___ .fl.'t'' 'Y',I
Lot. IS to 12. Ina ___________uu_____ II II U ]6Boutharn Colons Lota 1. to 14 Ine. blk 11 ____ _____ ICerab.r.. Freeouth.rn ..t Lot. 11 one SS -----------.----------_ Jo I. .0 16 %&A. ;; '}.et .
s-- .
: Lot la 10 0 i
.. B-TAI '
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Station Co ___ 10.3/ Colons ___ .11\11\ ,
Or.eler. 'hatlon Co 1.1Rou 6 Lot. ft;//6-il-ind' ::: :::: III f00/ 10 wn .__ t...
Lots I, .. f. I. 10. 11. 11. blt 19.____.__ -- --- 10 Hint ,
Lot. 1 to 10, inc. bik 1 :_.___..___,.. BOllth.rn Colon- the rn.Cofow:: Lot 48 ----------------------- I j THenrr. _ '.'11. .
'>> I..Uon Co __:_ I.ao Lob 11 to 14 IlIe btk 1. _________._ \, tlon.Pn --_, 1.11 r.ot 10 ----,.________._______i_. 10 10 .I.. .0 V. fl _..,! "T..
sots 1 to 70. Inc bUt .. + Southern Colon- South.rn Coloq. Lo .1 -". .._ 10 Unknown '.
-- ;
------ ----- ,." .. --- ----- --- --- --' II .
,''. la.Uon Co 110 Lob 1 to 11 Ille. blk 10 ____.__....:.;;; '\\.j.. lutlon Ct__ 1."1 Lot 18 --------.- ." 10 /I 10 S ....an.r ? .13f
hots I to 1In0. blk I ._....___-_.-__.... . Southern Colon.//. 'r i'" Boulhern! Got* 110--11--fi--.,_-- I' I' , Watt. H .._ L15.
4' r ,, ,'" '..'; '. "I, Isatlon Co'___. 1.la 101. laatlon C'o __ I." mlmmf Vaa4 aad lav. ;. flwb-DI: '.
I '
,I. 'h,.\ 'f".r I t' I \ Lob II to 14 Ino,' blk _____..:: ;... !t"" -- 18 10
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Iot1 a to 10 I no. blk 4 .. IJ... .;;.f'I7J'' ' 80uth.l'n Colon- . :>; South"rn CololI. all except NWof NW%,_ 11 w
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: .' "", : ;,,'! 1> Cn __ "'I'I" .101 '" hatlon' Co 3.6Boulhern t Uota IS and SI ..._..__. ', Anaen M P
luUon e. 1.61 Lots 1 to' 11 too blk 11____:.._.:.__._ .' ; ._ : ----- ._..__.. It ii io 1S .L1i __
Lot. 1. toll ins b11c I Boutharn ColonIsatlon Coion Moorel M ...JTI
-------- ----- ,
('o ___: ua Lots 11 to 4 Ino blk 11 Co ---_ 1.1Colons } ePwln.Is LeVd'VaViav"c, .>a VahZi iI .
-------------- Routhern II I. FA
Lots 1 to 10 Inc, blk I Southern ColonfLatlon leion of all ------__ . ... .
--------- ---- ------' -- '
Co . 1 51 'Isatlon Co 1.6Boulhern Lot t -------- II J. 10 0Lot Unknown .. __ .
Lota 1 to 11 Ine blk L3 -- --------------- -------- .,>
1..01. 1 to 10 Ine blk 7 _______uunU Routh.rn ColnnIratlon ---------- --- Coion 11 --*-. n_________________________ II 25 1/1 I 'Unknown .... ..,.
C0 _. _ 211.ota 0 'lestlon Cn 1.88I.ot Lot 14 II 11I.0 S Unknown __ _
1 to 4 Im'. and 10 to 15 Inc. blk s. South.rn ColonCo Lota 1 to 11 ''nc blk LS -------------- Routhern Coion-: Lot IPtx _: :-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::_-_ U :: :g 19 Patterson, ._., ITS Tt

. 1 63 blk IS 1.88 >t* 37 and 44 _____ ____ f0 W pRo IIZ
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14 to 28 ins nn..n
Late 18 to ao Inc. blk 8 ________n____ Rnnth.rn CofonIzRtlon ------,---:--- Sot'I -n-: lots 87 and 111 .,____. . n 28 10 Jeeri. H B __ LII}

Co u I A 4 fate 1 10 la Inc. blk 14 ______________ IZRllon Cn __u ] ..6Anulhern A Ke.la-l L.u. !... Cm'. eeA.DlL1", Ie 30
Lots 1 to ao Inr, blk 9 Southern Colon.lzntlon I"olon- Inlon' of all except NEI4 of jiW Y. .
nnU ---- --
('0 . 2 30 Lots 1t0 Ie Inc bik 24 __ __ Iz-tlon Co 1 8Bmrihern 8 Lot 122 -__.--_ --_____---__.____-__-- IS 2f0 I Semlnole Land *
Lots 1 to 18 Inc blk 10 _____________. pmttharn! Colonlzstton nnn .I'On: Tnvectmwnt Ge"' '1.01
: Lot 11 _______________________ U I' 1/1 5
r0 . 2" Tote 1 to 11 Inc hlk 26 ____ lantern Cn. '. 1 6Rmrlharn g _________ Unknown _x_. ,71
I If'Wk
Lot 111. blk 1/1 __ ________uuu.Fundxnlet un 'I n- Lot 32 __unnuu______________ 2R III a/l B Unknown __ / .,.
Lot 20. \.k 10 __unnnnn._uuuun__ ____________ __n.Rundzulsl.: j'i.u, :II to t0 !A Inc. lass lute ] R qnd 11 IZRllon Co __ n U A Lot 88 _______n____-______-____ 21 to 311 ftK McFadden CTvyir .'3
Lots 1 and 8 to 15 In... and 1. 10 30 Inc; 46 __ __ ___ ,' .. II Lot 40 __.-___ _________________ U 2ft an ftK Unknown __ ___. ,73 '
blk 11 ._._ _.u.nnn.U__ Southern ((..100.Izatlon -- - - --- -- -- Routh..rn rolnn 1.01 41 -- -_ _' -_ ____.___ _________ _ 23 III 30 Unknown __ ___ Tt

C0 .n. I2 2 f.oh 1 10 13 Inn hilt 26 _____ ________ Itlnn ('n 1.9 q l.otn fil nnrl fiO; ,- .--r-_ _____ ____ 23 2ft 31)) 10 Ooodrlrh./ C ____ 1.0t.
Lots 1 to 18 Inc blk 12 ____________ Rnntlrrn rnlonIsatlnn I Pnulharn ry'I--n; : lots. R5 anti 74 .. .-- .--________"_ _____ 23 28 In 10K Unknown h ____ 1.lIt +
C.. 1 9.A Loh 16 28 lees 101 21. hlk 2R.___ Imllnn' ('0 u__ 1.1 4 I.DI 84 -- -_ ---___ -_- ____.__- ___ 23 28 an Khubert. A L __ .
... Lots 17 to n In. blk 12 _____n_____ RoitT' ,. rri ColnnI.Riton to Inc floor rn {"'olonLoh Lot 104 __ ___. __. _________________ ____ 23 28 3/1 R Unknown __ __ T3
.. (tn 1.9 1 1ne hlk tT ____ ___ ''0 - 137I.ot8 I.ot 105 __ uu.u.o.h 23 28 311 K lamer W N"__ .711
to,14
nn :
1.0tll 1 to' Inc blk U Pnntharn r,1nn- v fo arn Coion- Lot IIS . -- . 23 28 SO 6 Marr. C H ___ 7)
------00------- bali0n Co 1 5 I / b11 27 __ __ lnn ('o _ 1 R4 Hemlnole I :.-.I; aad 1..: (;.;'. Nuh-m-
111 Y0. 25. 28.
Lots 1 to 10 Ina blk 14 ______ ___. Rontharn rnlonIxnllon nn i : mIrotlh ColOn- \lnlon of all __.______. ______________ 220. 80
n Co _: 1 A T I.ot 23. blk 27 _____ ____ __ I"Rlton Co __u 1 0Lots 7 .ot HS __- --- -_ _____--- ---____--'-_ __ 24 25 30 5 Ooodrlch. C ____ ,'1'7 ";
Lots 1 to 20 Inc blk 15 ____:... Pnnlh.rn :01rnIzn hnnn Nelenn A ./I; 1.,11111 ____ __ ________________ ___.__._ 2211 311 8 Ford. I. A __ ___ .
nu __
6 blk 28 ___. u.u
; tlOn Cn . 2 3 O 1 to Inc 0000 Roulh..rn I"olonLot. -ot 11 . -- 826 ao 5 Unknown ______ ..73Sndsnle

Lots 1 t0 ao Inc blk.e _____ _____ arn roton- Izatlon Cn . 1 22 I Land asla.:-r.u"-h. I- y .. .. .---
RoIntht 1 to 7 Ise blk 21! __.:_ H
2Ji
Co 230 nun Pnulharn Colons I vlnlnn of all __ __hh.un_______ II)
Lots I to 20 Inc blk 17 ___ Cnlon- tenon Co 122Lot. Lot 17 -- __.________.______________. 28 28 III 5 Hepler. J IT ___ .,.
n ------- Pnulhtannrn . 23 p Lob '! 10 14- inc. blk 30 nnn__ Anuthern! Colons f.ol YI -u .n_ _ __ _________ _____ 2fi III 5 ChamhlnaA .T*

Lots 1 to 8 Inc, blk 18 ________ ______ Ion- Izetlnn Co 1.84 I.ot 34 __u _ ________ _______.______ U III 8" 5 foPP. c W ___-_ .,.
n RnILutRhrrn:; : 1 tn 14 Inc. Elk 81 ________ __ -'- 28
rn 1 37 u ; Aoutharn Cn1on- t..nl SS u__ __ __ uhhnn.n__ U 311 5 Pndirett. J B __. .'f'
Lots 1 to R Inc blk 19 ____ Rnalherh ColonIzntlon lsetlnn ('o _ 1 tPnulharn / Lot fill .__.-".___-- ____--_" __ 28 28 SI) R Cummin., J p__ .,.
nnUun rn . . 1 a7 I.of. 1 to 14 Inc, blk 32 __ nh_____ Colon-' T.nt 77 _-- ______.___ _._.-____._'. -- 28 28 II) II VRlkman. L ___. .1'

Lots 1 to 7 Ine. blk 2" ROnih.rn rolnnlznil0n Izatlon ('n 1.84 Lot 10S ununnn__________.____ 25 III II R Vreeland E ___. .,.
----------- ---- Cn _. : 1 aWI..terl..d. 1.010 1 to 14 Ise blk 13 __ 0000_______ f0 n Col -n-: rot 106.otn _.u._ __ ______________________ 2' III ao II Polt r. C 8 ___ .,.

,.tlon Co _ ; 1 84 I. 120 and 121.__ ____________. _ 25 28 10 10 'Weber. B H :___ l.'t
_ ____
__ _
It blk 84 -
1 to Inc ,
Lots 1 to 14 Inc. blk I ______ AOllthprn 'olon- Lots nn 80 uther- "ailaole l...d ..* /... Cm' I Ivtnlon II. -n.
nnn 17.IIlIon ('0 h _ 184 laatlon Co ____ 1.84 of all ______________________ Z.. U 10
Lots 1 to 10 inc and lot 12. blk 2 u__ Snutharn' rolonfanlion : eewl.Ruh...I1lvlslon 1. 1..d' and of. I..4..t N ('rest dE54 Lot II __ _______________________________ 25 U 30 5 Unknown _. _._. ..TLot *
Cn 1 fi8 ;1-1Ot"N\ 10 unnnhu. 1ft U ao 5 Andantes A .___. .Tt
__ ___ Pnulharn rnlonlaghnn of RE54 enA NE54 of 1.01 11 __ __ 1ft 24 80 I Unknown __ _
__ _
Lots 1 to 14 rocs blk 8 ___ hhnnu ---------
nU rn _. 1 ALoh / ::4 anll 8'" of NF.4 of NW V. and RU l..ot tI4I uunnu_______________ U 1e'0 Ii rtulkley. I ___
hdantld.s R .5 1 NWnd NEy' of RW'4 and l.W Lot 70 J. 10 Ii A J
1 and I. blk 4 __ ______ n.unuhn.un 226 McOresror. H.
Lots 4. 7, 8 and 10 to 14 uun inc blk 4 _ Rontharn C01onIsatlon : of NW\4.880 lees Ae4 NW ror. run_8979fLE l..ot. 71 and 74 ______u________________ IS. 31) 1/1/ Spafford. H M;
n !t. N 918 ft. W 800 ft 'R III 81 I A "
84
Cn __ __ 1.87 f..ota i and 91 10 Llnek.
Lots 1. I and 4 to 11 Inc. and lot.-13 t.ot 18 ___rd____-_uLv.____n--u. CV. e.MDI_. II II al 6 Unknown --.r-- .87 T.ot 114e __-_---_:::-:::::::::::::::::: It II 10 I Alexander: A F A?T__. I..!S '
Flolllh..rn 'olon- ->l, .>,; Lead aad lav. C.'. Hmm-nivlalon -
and blk I ___ ______ of *
14. nhnn laRtlon ('a _- 1 BLots f EVa of NEST .nd RW" of of all ___nun_______ 17 II 10

1 to 11 in0 b1k 6 ________________ Boutharn Colonfastlnn 1".t..I.and 81':1: :: of NW'4 and S'" of Lot 33 and 48 ,,.un________________ 17 II i0 .0 Unknown __ ____ 1.01Tt
_ ___
_
rn .. I fi A of NW and 854 un 7 III 11 Lot 43 un____________________________ IT II III i Ram a1... S F ._ .
__________ _______ _____________ 7 III II 1\\ E 3____ .5 t
Colonlzatlon Lot nand 98 ________________________ 17 II 10 19 ;
Reavk.
I 7 _________ .:_ Pnulharn Nelson C w __. 1.'t
lots 1 to Inc blk nn Lot U ________ _________ ___ 7 1ft a1 II P' ______ .5 7
('n _. 122" --- Tot 98 __________ ._____________________ t7 II 30 1 Unknown _
_... ..Tt.TS
Colonhtln I Lot III ________________________________ 7 I. II Ndham, P' C__ .A 7 tot its 17 I. 10 I '
Tots 1 to 6 Ine blk 1 ________________ .: 121 tot 101 __________ _________________ 7 1ft 11 II Unknown __ nu ..87B..I. He.la.tle>- ...-and- -1...-Cm>*- a.fc.ni. Conley. A D .__ .

Colons .... Intl ad hv. r.. "N.MDI.' vision of all ______________________ II II BO
18 blk 9 _______ _______ n
1.01. 1 to Inc n ROan I vl.lon of all except NS4 of NW'4____ lR "R a1
rn 21 R I 1 SO U II .0
Lot 1/1
14. 19.
--------------------- Heed. 8 H _____ 1.11
___________. '..__ ____ ___ 18 III 8t' 1\\ P'1..ml"t..r. J __ .A 7
tot 4 ______ :
:
Colon4estlnn 00 lot 71 __________________ .__ ____ iii II BO Ii
Lots 1 to II Inc blk 10 _hnnn___ Pnulharn : Lot aa ____ ____ _____ ______ _ 13 211 81 6 Alra. n I. ______ sLot hU n UnknownCumrnlnaa.__ n_ ..Tt /
Cn . 231.Lol. uu - 'Lot 86 _._____ ________________ ___ IR II 10 8
I J p. .,,
a8 ____ __________________ ._____ _ 18 III It 5 Unk..o..n .s
Pnntharn rolonhatlon - -- n f.ot 117 ___ ___ ___ __ ______ ____ II "/ 10 I
lot 9. hlk 11 u n- Stone. P F ___. .'1I
1 and I to 11 Inc lass _._ 5 Lot 51 ________ ______- ___ U I. 31 TTnkno..n\ .A 7 28
Cn 2' unnn rot 108 10
F. 111 Lot 59 ____ _______________________-_n_ 111 III 11 II R.trAlek P-::_:: ::87 'Lot 111 n------------n--------nnu-.8' 228 10 0 I Kllerd. Win ____ f
Lot .. blk 11 n5vla: Colon-" -- Lot 89 .____________--__-_______--____ 11! III 31 1Walta\ er. A __"u .87 n-------u-n----r- ''; flna-ni. Unknown __ ____ .f,
Lots 1 to 11.In.. ... lets lot 5. blk 1E -.-- Rontharn, la.l\on ('0 _ 1 ft8 lot 311 ________'_____nn______-___ to I. II 5 Unknown _--- -- '87 ePwl..nnle of RW. or J'd 8W4 ofNK
u Lot III __________ ______ __ 1/f/ 211.1 II Orove. .5 7 ,
Colonlot. -- -- -- and ____________ ___ 19 26 ao
tern NWH
......... 1 td Il'Ina blk 13 _:_ ______--__ RoM'Iaotlon rn _u.- 1 lIS Lot 98 __- ____-__ -_____- _____<._nn 11t III 111 -1A1)'.t, HT ::::: ::87 Tote "A. 9. 14 and IS-_-_______h___-_-____ 19 26 10 20 Rancher A W_. 1.16 ;
r"" POUthern tot 111 _________________-____n___' u_ lA III II II Unknown .s 1 T..ot. 34 45 19 26 10
J.ot. 1 to It Ine b1k 14 _...__nn__ __ 1 R4 Lots 119 and 111 ______. .__ ____, _ _ 18 II 11 10 Unknown :: :::: IU: 'ailaolv and Land- mm- -*---I.--...-.- .-"*, X.fe-OI. 10 Barber D M _.. 4.4S .
....t.... Lu.. a.. I. .. r.'. "AwhDINES -
Colon- of of
Pnntharn vl len all except EH NE'4..n d
Lots 1 to 11 Ine blk 16 --_--_--__--__ Latlon ('n ._. U4 vlalon of all except BE54of 4 ___ to LR U 8 of RPM II I' 80 ,
Colontullon Lot 10 ________-_________--_--___--__ 18 III U Unknown __ ____ ,7 1 %81 41 --------------------- It 1IO
Lute 1 to 10 Ine. k lot. 14. 15. U. blk IT R0th rn Co ...-_ 111' s Lot 65 ______-____--___-__.___--___ 111 211 81 1\ Horne. H 0 78M" Lot f..ot" HI and and 88--_---------------------_-_ IIIt 18 10 10 10 'Ro"t..Uet'. H A-_ 1.31 a
W J .fit Lot 1/11 ______--_________-___----__'___ 111 t5 U 8 Chsse. L A .n:: ; unnnn 110 William.. L ____ 1.01
Lot. 11 and 11. blk 11 --__--_____---__ WTrash uu Lot InR _______________________--_ 111 III st 1\ }Ja<''l..r, K'M ___ 71 Lot lot 44 9d-one-till--_-_-_-__--_-_-_-___-_-_-_-_-__--_-__:- It tto 10 5 ."II..r.J. W .___ 1'.1f ,
". A.n_ .5lonouthern 1 00 E.ty. L ____ ..
Lot 11. blk 17 --.--- Lot 119 ______________ ______uu__ -__ 111 III 11 II 'Ru..h. C W 71TS
--------------_-_ ___ R 'olon- Lot In ___________________-_ 18 18 It I Bummers. T Ii:: : Be.lMle Lu.. ... lav. (-.'. ".Knivlalon ,
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Lots 1 to 14 Ina bIle 13 ____ J L e Cn _n_ 1.84 fewl.. Ind ... .... r... N.1.-nt. of all except 8WV4 of 8W l6__ 14 I. 10 ,
Lot 98 1 afl .0 1 lld.n.. r ___ .ti
Southern Colons 'V1.lon of all except PWl4 of NEy' -- --- .
Lots 11 to II Inc blk 11 .______------ fewlad. L8"i 1... C.'. 11.1.-nl. i
Sutton Co __._ 1.1"V 1 end W"% of SET( and 8E'4 of 8Wy'__ 1/1 It 11 .
..... 80ulll..rn Col.on1 Lot ____ ___________________ 10 III lit I Orhr.r: W.7 s vlnlon of all except BE* of NWH--\ u .16'o0e
.... Lot. to 14 Inc blk It -------------- laatlon Co ____ 1.84 Lot 18-.____::__________________ 10 f1 .1 II Unknown __ ____ .'1 Lot 4. 11. 10 and 19 ---------:--------- 04 AA. 30 C W :.o:_ 1.11 ,

. 8outbern Lot N ______.___________________ ao .t It I Unknown __ _ .Tl LSt.Ti49-i-rrd"ii4"t. : I' It I :fillek.. __ __ t3 J
Lots 11 to IIna bIle It _____--------- Isatlon ggln.._ 1.6iyts fewluN r..... ... Lr. C. B..-,"- :::::::: :: I' I. ie 1. 0 W.__ ''LIa' .

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L..a'ad-I.v. : -- --- 0 __ IT 62
,,1.lun ; _._..____. 17 10 tLot 8, blk 181 -...-?--.--------..-- Walt.h, L M ._ I.el' Lot. 1 and a ?___._____-..__,_.___._. nober.ln. J 11._, .'01 I
Lot II __..._..__-___.___.-_____.-_-._. II i7 10 II Unknown __ __ ,'18 Lot c.. and 130.3)3k-101.-..-- RIIc. D L 178Lot" Lot 4 _____._____.'_____________.___..- "' --- ...
Lot f-----------.-_ _____.__-_--_-.__ I .7 30 Unknown _r_ ._ .73 Lots.8. ----;: :.. Cbrbett: T--- :: 8'2"j /.__". '. Nub-Div. .. Blk Q ... ..
Lot 10 _____...___ :________._ .. .7 10 I Unknown -" '71 1\ and 9, ; ") Lot 3 --- Rivera Lucy .-. ,1.65BrR
.' ...I.. Wd ..d I.... C.'. hiiUl+ -1.- 1 Lot. I. and .b.b"I' 'f.i------------ Hoop.. E ______ 4.17 -------------------L.< -_ W lO '

t vision. of aU ___4_______-________-__. 10' IT 10 j Lco\. 1- to 11 .nc" bUr 190 --- Unknown -- - I.1Ii (t. N 80 ft. E 90,cr.8 60 ft _:. Dat..8. L------ us
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2. U and I' ______.___.._.__ 10 .1 10 YDf Conan)'. A B .__ I."" a Seminole Lan11Lot All except 8 no tt of 11: II tt 01 blk W L' Unknown __ __... 1.85
Lot 61_______________:::______________. 10 ? 80 II Peck N D -. ---- 18 11, blk."J17 ---------.--.--------- Inv Co H_____ 15.1 N .0 01 blk X L _.__....___________.__ 13a. 13 0 _______ 1.1.
Lot .. _______ .._____________________ 10c 'T .0 I Unknown .. ---- "T.Lot. Lot 1. blk 117 COddln" W' 1.18 Wales .. c......... .....Ia....... Nhl.ek.
TI and I j. _. ____________..------- 10 17 80 10 Goodrich, C 1.01. I Lot I : :: 1,86Lo L L a.d I L
c Lot 9f ______________________ _______. 10 80 I Tutti., ."': 0 :::: .78 : t'W; :3 1.218ILot. Lot to _---- _--_-_--_---_-_--______.__ Woodall :r If __ LOt
.. : 10 IT ao Jack.on. J P .__ .78 Lo19. D. I .__ SAra IIJ H 11.21'
Lot 180 ---- ....... \:. All blk. A an--_.._. Aend.r
1' ; .. .d lava C. ; l.M6h 10 and I., talk .0. .______.___-... Watt.. II Land. ..11Lo A11.block. B. and 01 _________._._u_ .: Bender Mr. 1iI 8 88,71B
YeipIon of all' _______________________ 1. .T 80 8emlnole AIt ?<<. '60 tl 8 of NE cor of blk C8. run '
Lot 711 _____u_______________________. 11 .7 80 II (Conner J F __. .711ul 11. talk f8. .J--------, ____.:_- ----- Inv Co. _____ 1.01< S 50\ f4V lit ft. N 50 ft. F.I It ft____ Green. A ______: 571Beg.
106________ -------------------.-. 11 27 ao I Embrey J W__. ..7.8e.Ile Lot 1. blk 10. ___.______-____--:---- Anderly. P u__ .92 lot 1 run 100 3.4 In.W ,
..... ... I.... C.'. .. DI_ Lot I. blk .Oli ___ _____ ___._ Wearer A Mu__ .111 I'fi; w: N 160 ft. 87 $-4 \\.n7.. E 191! ;-

,1.lon of aU __nn__________________ I. '1. 10l..ot I Lot 19. blk 207 __-__"_-_____:::::::: Connally. A D.: III bik _________- Q J ------ .11.85
t 10 ____n.n----------- 11 n ao II Rooter M E .T1 Lot Hi, blk 110 __ __J:::..____ --- Andrews. C p .101 ,, Afl.. .t.-8-Di;; ; ; .I-;.. -i RI.ek K. ....J
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Lot 111 __u__ n__ ___._-_______________ 11 n ao I Ran. tFe __:::: 1:11II: Lot 1$. blk 810 ________-----:-------- Milne 'V JI _____ 1.07 Lot I ________________ Woodall J II __ ,.n .
Lot iiI _u.___.________________________ 11 17 110 5 Conger. 'V ____ .71 Lot U. blk !Iii ________ Baker B M ____ 1.07 8'A or .. o---------------lot 8 blk M ________ ___ Unknown n n__ 1.5' $
______ II 27 80 5 Col"er T _._ Lot blk :::::::::::::: Manner., J K -_ 2.11 a '
/I..ot U _n_u ----------------- J A' 78 U. 117 ______ ; N4 of 844 of lot and S% of WK of /a
1Lo6.. nuu_ _______________.________ 11 17 80 II Unknown __ ____ .71 Srminole.Land & lot I. It k M _________________--- Unknown -- n__ 7,43fteber4 : J
Lot III 11 n 110 II Rulllvan R A __ .7. Lot U, talk !n ___u Inv. Co n__ 2 AlLot B._. ....... Addltl.r .

Lot It -t----n--n------------------.____ _._____ 11 27 110 II Herndon J L B__ ..78Lot 12'blkU 240 __m:_::::::::::::::: a.t'L-M-; : :: $5! Tot J ____u_.,____ ______.______________ Rob..r.on. Fred 1.1.
+ 107,__ _______________.____.________ I' .7 1IB II Unknown __ ____ .711 Lot . W 164Lot. 018 Lote a and 4 ______n__________________ Jackson A W __ S01 i
Lot. 117 and lit nuu____________ U 17 ao 10 Connally. A D.- 101 Lot 1'0, .Ik uf---------------- Em.. Ju. _u__ Lot 7 and lot 8. I.... N It ft. : Cal".rt. Ii n____ ..21 {" .
......1.. I.... ... I.... C.'. "!' .....1)1,1.lon 21 and tlk; U8 :::::::::::::: Hwkln.O jls: 1,51 C'._ Hre..e'a- I

i t of all _______________________ 18 27 ao Lot 3, blk 2U' ____----------- Lot U ______u________________________ 18 27 1IB II Unknown __ _n_ .78 Lot 16. blk l3i'j.iiH tax Gould W P __n 1111...Itl Lot. U. nand .8 hnn__________ ; McDonough, H D K I..'
lute 8. and t7 __________{ ------------ 18 27 1IB 5 Davis. L H uu .78'', Lot 16. blk 238 __n________.;::::::::: \V.Id.n 'R E _n .AS D.A.r. A O95..... A..I.I... /

Lot 77 .__ ________________r------------ 13 .7 80 II Livermore. A E .78 l : J I.bl'1k23 ___u_________________ Weldon.: 1'1:1Fn-::: :A2 Lot 6. blk A ____________ ___________._ Unknown ______ 11.9'lII.t. "
Lot 1011 ____________._________________ 18 .7 SlO 5 8ebring. A _.___ .731.ot : ; ______________n_______ D ,,, .. 11118 : ......... Ad.I'. >" r _
113.---------------------- 18 27 30 5 Davl.. F S ___ ..78vl"lun Lot 1Jt: SehooleyPerk M A I blk IJ _nu.n_________ Vetera. Zilla ____ 824 4
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Mtrlede. 1 138 Blot blk U .___ _________________ Unknown __ ___ '7.41
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of all __u and 23. blk 289' or 'V% blk H ____ uoou___ Fennell JJ: I. ___ 1.96 rBeg.
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]1t 14 __ ___ 14 27 3B II Unknown __ n__ .78 Lot 12. hlk 2U nmm:::::::::::::: \.. ' ; ..r.A :: I 00 N\V 'or. .r lot 1 1. run A 9. fl. E 79ft
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Lot U ---------------------r---__ _ _..____ H 27 30 5 Andr..wa, C n .73f Lot blk IU ------------------------ BeI N 9t t6 'V 78 ft. blk R ___ __ _: Guernsey. J S __ 8.81
Lot U __unun.u_.._____ H 27 3B II PlamIPA,, C i-i ::73 Seminole Land_ 280 Reg. 1/111 ftV of R.F.J 'or. or ilk W run "

tt f Lot n _--____.--_____- -_--_ ---_____ el4 27 1IB 5 I'onahy. 1. __ .1 $ Lot t. blk .U ________nnu_________ lnv. ) R---u 231 w 72 % N 17$ 7254 171 ft Boyer A -.-- 11I.01 ...
__ __.__ __ 27 30 5 ___ Lot ( blk _____ ___ Chene. ---- : : Uii 1ft r''ER -
Lot 10. _. ____ -- -.- :- ------ -- Hopke, He.4.ae on .71 1(1. 24? n _____---- 1'Z __ Z 311 Reg 100' tV and N roc of
at / I.... sad I... ('e'a $.b-3)I- Lots II and I blk 216 -------------- Htne. Land u & blk "". run N ZOO ft.1" 7254 ft. 8 ZUO ft.
I." vl.lon of all except Timber Lease to I R..mlnol. ___ 6.71 I E 72'4 It _____________nnnu_ noy..r. A __.-__ n 1.7'<<
K..I..... L.'r Co. -------------- 111 27 110 Lots 4. 6. 6 and 7' blk 248 __n________ Inv. Co.Land n& Brg 150 ft 1'1' of NE 'or of blk W run .
_______ _________ ____ III 27 3B II Thil1.. E E .:3 S..mlnol.
Lot 6ft __ __ -- -- -- y. u 693 S 634 ft. 'v 100 ft, N lia% ft. F.I IBO tt Jjoy..r. A __. __ ".U
Lote __- -_____--_----___---------r III 27 30 II WI1..a. J II __ ..73Lot'UI LOt 18. blk 2(9 ____nn__.......___________ inv. co. -- n 2 no .._.. ..b-Dlv..f Mat........ .'."Ulo.. .
__ .nn-.u--------. Iii 27 ao 6 J..lfrh'a. II n z:: ..73I' Lot 22 blk W ISenn.oTn :: :::: 7JqI.uta t..I" I and 8. b'k' B _ _____________ .. Busse H H __ u 1.811
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frrl.nle I.... 1d I. Lots and __ __ __ 2610 N.bh.it9.D-1)lv. .. M.lbw.Md.. ,
vl.lc o* all ..xe'pt Tlmb..r Leoa.e on 1 I and 2. bl'k 16. _nU. __________ O'RI1..y. J __ _ 20" Lots and t blk l-X4.: __ ------ King. W If n_ 1269N' '
+ a'ly'eree.' REY of SE' to Kbslrr10 Lot 6 ) Unknown u '07 '. t .;: .I

I....... t... nn_____________________ 18 27 '3B Lute 2J 22.U .ii"f., k25.---nnn---- pt..mh.all". C II 1 ( Lot f. hlk A -__ __ __----_________.__ II0n.. an. A IL_ 4219 i
: Lot 17 ___ ___--______ ________ ---- --_--_ 18 27 3B .11 Neul A C _n___ .78 Lot 22. 'blk 261' __----_---__::::-::::::: ft'-"fi; : C Fog___:: 6.14 2 101% lot I. hlk F _______________ ___ ____ -. 8lmpnon W J. 3.2:1: .
Lot PO ___ _-- _______. _--__-_- __ __ 18 27 110 II Unknown __ __n .73 of 20 i. ilk 268 ___________u_________ -_ AL Loot Z hlk P ___un______nnn_____ __ ltvde. J"II" 31 0644
Lt U __ --u-u--n-U-n--u--u---- I 27 30 II ,Unknown u __ __ ..73L..t Lot ilk 268 un_______ ._________ J1n k known -F- ---24. 'P2 \\; ,lot Z. blk 0 ____ __ ___ _____ __ e I-Ihultz.) C: : : :: 1019V54
72 __ ___.___________ _____- ___ 18 27 3B 5 Ft r rte. H II] __ __ .78 I Lot. 2 and 4. blk 269 ___ _______ __ :'I'I..r': ':...C _:: :: I \ lot I. hlk \V _" __ __ ___ Allyn C li. _ __ 1715 ,
'. 10.1 - -: 16 27 30 6 Uould. 'Y I' ____ .78 Lot 9. 260 ___nu_________.____ _ 9 \V lot I, blk Y ____ _nnnn___.___ '\'al"on. MIll J __ 8.211
lJII.--.;d a.d I---h; ; : ; : Lot 5. It 26P unu____._________ unknown. ". n_ 112- Lot I. blk 1 __ _____ ___ _____ 'al..on JV I bb
l4,4 = H n 80 I Lot 1/1. I1Ik 266 ___ _________________ J .OX. J u 02 All talk J6 unnnu___________ (' ,... M ..n .'
L t fI..I..I. I.... ... I.... ( . "..toIIvl.lon Lot A. blk 2117 unnun________ ('nwnn. or .u ", Lot t. blk 21. _ __ nnnn_______.__ Paull.on I ('!-:: :=: Ira
: of all fract'lel'l N\V of Lot 19. Ilk 288 ____ __nun __________ ...umm..r"J F u 'pt 11. II. ...... ..a .10... Ad.I...
I"E'.4 and SE'k ot 8E'I------------. 4 26 31 Lot 20 I. ilk, 270 ___ __ ___ ___ ___ __ ________ ; __ .:- : ::92 Rlke 11 and 10 _._ --_______ --_______--. Moody &. l'ipkina 14 311
L..t .94 __ _____--_ ------_--_- _--__" 8 26 31 1'.4 Reminole. Land & Lt.4. blk 2.3 ____ _ __________,_______ Pnknown Lan< A101c N'. ('. II.... Addlt/o..
15 R..mlnol. II __ _
I"ol3 Feucht 1.85
l..ot 870 __ __ __ _. ___.__ 8 28 SI 1'r Bonham..o.E--: IJf H and 2I. hlk 214 nnn____ Inv, (;0. -- -- -- 1 281Lnt 17Lnt n-a.--I; :.....-.-i-A'.-..iil.n----- ___ _. : n ..

/, ._I..le I.... ..4 I... t.. NebDi: 4. I.Ik' 262 ______hunnh_____ h Fmith.... ; ; "-.- r -: 1 Lot 23 _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _____ __________ liolm., -x. A L __ 402Lute
vl..lon of fract'l E'4: and SE'of 4, ilk; .r. ) B __ 139Lot 6J and 112 uu _ --- _ --_____--_ Lrslry. E I. _ ._ 1.85.I.
r pi swill. except Lake Front add. u__ ._ 31 2fi 31\ 10' k2 28-u---------u----------- I'mllh.I u_ _ 1:1'I' : \t'. 1.IU7'. Addlt4.. .. '
'Loot 218 _. __ _:__ _________ _--___ A3 .211 M Hnl.nown nU__ A7'' I Lot 2..lk. ) 2'n nuuUoo. _______ l'"kno..n eJnhn.o- _ II' I..h 1(1.( II and 12. hlk I _u_____ _-__ MrfauahlluVI11116R .
31 U 30 154 Madl..n. CL_ __ 3.23 _ l-"a."I.' I.nt Unk0uwi _ ... ..
21.9 I l2 1 10,19
Lot 466 ----h; : i: 1''I:: -n--uun------ R.a" or __ ___ _ : tat n2j 16 kblkT: :: :::::: :: : =: =: :
8erl.nle L..d ;..d Irv, I III. LIk 267 __ uunoo __ __ t RN 10111 :: : Unkno wn _ !.0
t .1..lon of all fract'l except Lake Front 1.1 .., 1, ,:'I'k "'; ___ uuunu___ "nkn..n n "% Lot 5., hlk 2----------------------- UnknowII -. -_ I. It t
4 -- --- 326 SO I Let I.. ilk, 24 1 ___ __ nuuUUn____ P:nknaw'n: : : : .u-_ 12 Lot 7. talk 2 nu. __ hUn. - . smlth It C u 7.11Nf4 I
L: d.I3i-837: 8idiii; lees -bK-: . Lut e 1311",1 14 blk 242 _uuu___ I ) 1.an< If .. ) : l. .f \ '!t k
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r ., NE cor .f lot 337. run N-.I..rly I A4 .I' :': ; of NlV'4 --- :8 U UI.ola

l. fto N'.A..t'rh' Lute, 17 ,and I 111. hlk 211i! ______________ In"i .1 1 3( I and! 2. hll 3 u _ nuuuu I'dwArdll.: M n_ 195t'ndl. r
aparahe-with. and 110 ft from Cvpr.... Lot' 1 I6 1. .Ik 2x6 _hUU _______ __ ______ f-'n"k'" ; _ _ 112t ". % Int In lot S. hlk 2 __ -u _. _ 1reaker( If M - ..17Undlv.
ave LO ft. thence N.ea.l..rly 1641 ft.to Lot::t I. '. < ,. __nuuuun;; ___ ... n..... .T P_ 10. '.. Oft In. lot 3. talk 2 .nu_. ___ IJarcla,.. E 0 __ .87 t
at NI': 'or. of lot : 11I1 k2 ., __ __ ..mmln. '. ..... .
Leg. nl..o leas h"K I.1.5,1' 22. 31(11 _n.oun_ n .\ I B7 ( A. ( .r. Aldlllba.Lot. "' .
' 337. run E on E: linr of land .f F. Lot nnuu.u__ I : : 107 II and 12. blk A unuu_ _ Unknown _ _u 269, ",
Chapman 16/1 ft. th.'nr- on R "continuation I Let::: 7.2.III'klk. 12.1_ u -_ __--__-- _----_ 1'nknnwn 1 11- 107 Lots 14 and 16. blk C __ _ __ I..I..y. I: I. __ __ 263Lot. '
.Id 1 lot 10 W line 306 _____ ____ CnnnaiIv. 17 ilk F) __ ___ E L _ __
:' of R Itn. of and 2"'. .lk __ CV _ : : 1 4v 3. 4. 6. 8. I 12 and L8Nley 7.i3
'i of land ot Jo' P. Wrntworth thence In Ia t j I 1I..t':: bik 306, _nnuuu________ \el.on. II F _ 10' ". ... I$........ Ad........
northerly direction on said line to I Lot : bik IB6 unnu_________ \YvaL1\,inn. I 1 MLuca n. ",. N" "or. .f ilk 2. run R 1110 ft.
beg------------------------- 3t 26 30 .% 8tokce. A Fun 7 66 3 and f. hlk 307 ____ ___ ___ 1hnflT' II - 139 1110 ft. N lOB ft. E lOB ft--____ __'V'I I
tier/.t.; Lad .d l.v.'JU Lute, 5 and 6. hlk 3(17 _n______________ !\IAnn'1\I F: 13M KI..I_... ....I..t.. \'
,1.lon of fra<-t'l E%. except Lake Lots 7 and N. blk 307 __uun_ ] C Ii .1--- 1 SMl..ot (...1.9% and III _ unun___ ____ Hanklna W n __ 1.U !
Front add. _:_________________nn_ 1 28 110 I 18. blk 108 ______ __ _______________ at"n. H __ 910 A. F lI..n"I Iota IU and lit n ___________.______ 1 26 ao 2'% S.mtnole Laid & cote 16 and U. blk 309 __u__________ u 31.ota ,* or 1"1.4" : and 8'.ir of .BF.4 of a
:.j."j'.F- I.fiA 4 and< 6. hlk I1U n'n_________ knop-nA---N---- 7.R "1'4 or 8E'/i unhun____ 111 229 I
Lot 200 __ __ ___________--__--_______ 1 26 3B 114 P I :::: :.Ai Lot hlk 31U ____ c.nd..n.; -RTurnirr : .92 Lot 9 Grlflln. J J _ __
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Lots 265 and-- 2117 211 80 244 8aundt'r.. P E___ Lot 223. blk 814 ____u________________ '. H J M ..ndI' Lot lIioII.blk T::- ::= :::: :::::::::::::: Haley, 5T1., l.ola U} \
I /erlwle ..... ... I.... C.'. !..bDIvlelon '__ 12 U.1,1.14.4 I.... 1F.V4 I

of W'% ______nn____________ 3 28 30 Lot 10( __nu ____________ J -- -_-_-_- !II of NF.4 of NW24 of NW"u 28 U U I M7er. Mr. A W II U rIte

d Lot .81 _________-_____________________ 8 .11 30 1'4 8rmtnole Land & I Lot !l178 nnunu__________ unkno n __n ___ .AL .. fiB "or of of NtV'/ run N. !
' Lot 2 2.bhllk ________nU___________ H A2 130 ft. W'UO ft. R no ft. E HO ft____ 28 25 U Burt. 8t II oat. _ I.U .. R
111. 11 Ii. 118. 112 and 147 ___u_ 8 .11 3B TaIylnrCn01;: :::: U Lot 21. blk 317 _______n_______ ______ 0"1f"1 li-1"-' 'AL n..rI.t. ,

"4 Lob Lot. 171 .and 897 _-___________-._______ 8 16 3B Neleon.3 J,1..c __ 1.29 lot 22. tlk 818 ____nnoo _________ on..rc lh;; W L :: :At l..ole 2. 8. 5 and 7 __ ______ ____.____ MIII..r. J W _n_ 614lot.
__________________ 8 25 30 Davla. T"F. __ 1.29Lot Lot 6. 11. 16 Miller. W 5.11lot.
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410 and U5 n ----------------------- Unknown __ __
,.r Lou 434 ___ _____--____________ 8 .11 30 Oat.. H R _____ .117 Lot I.:,. Ib'lkk 1220 ________ -_--_______--__ ,9 I. f and \.9.9a ___ _:::::::::::::::: Mlller: :f W :::: 1:9 i(
Lot 606 --- - / 10 Kuchetgel J P-- ..871lerL.le I..ot. 17 and 1A. blk 320 ____n_______ Unknown y-C -- Lot 28 ___n_________ _______hh______ - Miller. J W nu 1.21 b
S Lad ad ha. C.4 9.k-DI. totell and P blk 321 Needham.; :: LSB u..rI.t II..... A..I.. .. I .

vision of NEY! and E% of Rt NW'I of and_ 4 25 10Lol. Lot 2' :1 3t5---------------r------------ ------ ------ -- ____ ___ .Ii.1\!. Lot Tot.!k and-----43--::: :::::::::::::::::L---_: aMliler Mlller.: :f W W :: : : 1.20-.I7 V

W of 0E4. .x..pl _R__R_________way____ 4 28 30 2% Seminole Land & 16 hlk 826 _____ ___n____________ 1rnknown A C _-___ .II! lots .8. f9. lit and< U ___--___--___ __ MIII.r. J W h_ II 12 t
r, 328 and 34$ un Inv. Cn ___non 1.81 Lot II'blk 826 __ ___ ______ ___ S..mlnol.Full..r. I..r. >d & Lots 118. 57 and 5 2 __ ____nnnun_ 8I1a.. Alex. u___ 603: .

______ f 28 30 WRiter. L M ___ .73 _ 122 Lot. 69. 60 and MIII.r. J W ---- 1.70
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Lot I ____________________ n 1'4 __. Inv. Cn n' : .. fi------ i
____________ ____ ..781ot''a Lola 5 and 8. blk 330 uunn 1.9R tllebrl.r' Third
4 211 3B Unknown
Lot I' _______.:.___________ 1'4 n Kirk JV
Lot. 10 II and 12. hlk no __ __:.______ "r---- 1 RII Tot. 4 and 6, blk 1 Player.
D..b.D1v1.1.a .f L.t II7 11 P80 Lola 18 and 14. blk 8U nnUhn__ \If.c WH'E __ 18ALote Lots: l and 5. blk _:::::::::::::::: Miller.: JEw-:::: U
blk D ::: Griffin 1 N I U __ ____ Wyatt; n .
.t and 4, ---- -- --- -- n 1. 2. a and 4. blk 336 uu _..t KI_.....
pots '7 and 8.... blk D ___ ____ ____ L..I..y. E L ___ I 89 Lot 7. hlk ____________n ___mm_ Reed, 1'111 _-_-:::: 1,02 fate 6 and bik 1 ______________ T Unknown __ _-_ 1.11 k
Lot I.. blk v __._________ ------------ Unknown -- ---- 1.07 Lot 7 blk I m Unknown ____ Lot: blk 1115 _::;:.1 Dunn. 61 lP : 1? f

Lot 1'0. blk III--------------------u-- 1rnknown, 1-1 -- .A2 Lot. 4i and 2. blk 12 __________________ Brown, Morgan. ..GS \
k NW d--------------------------- H 230 Lot 1/1. blk 3U __.-__-__--------__----- 1ingRiay. J M--- A It Illabv/.w. ,
..Lobl" B ---------_ _--- Walter. L M __ 1.07 Lots 11 and 18. hlk IU ___________ E iSR.I.F Lot. 11 and 11 ________________________ Zachary. .p C __ 1,61Plede ,
7'ii.I.I.a : Lot. 16 blk' 111 __ -- ftc'b"rm:; ; C :::: 1.811 t
e 1 ___________: ___ . Lake .:.n'iii.... . St. CI..d. Lot I Walk. II .__. 1.11 '
"Lot. I and 4' blk 4 Fl.on :1 R __ 1.9 -------- -------------------
"'Lot. I. 11) 11.. bik 1 ----------,---- yR: Jacob. n E _:._ I..t Lot 7. bill; 871 .__________.__________, Unknown _.._--- 2.55 Lot 13 ____-._______ .' HIIU iA ____. .1..1
Lot: bl.,. >,! _.._...__-..__-....._._.. S"It..r H L 1.07 Lot 8. blk 171 ________.___.__-______ .,, 01':t Roth F ___ Lou 2--------------_______-__ +.,: ':..,. :t, Rolfe.P,. B est.. 1..1 (
... ) "' Lot 4 blk .71 ___ __.. .. ._ :: : .15i Lot __.._._. _.__. _.._ if R __
t 'l'bJk ..._...._.._ - :' ',' ,;< I. John.on F WOo: 1:01t : -- .- Unknown $9----- __ _. j",, ,'' R'hupe. __
1.I1k 4 ._________ .:.............: ,,' \1 'f' ., : '! ,1.01 Lot 3.- blk 877 .._...%..._,.......-......_..-. :. Semlttoa. Lan4 k Lot II' -.-...---..--.*............._.-............ .. \\f.-" Fre..man.. I( W_.. ..
t Ik 4 : .--+.---.--- '" i if, Aeekyvllh J b F 1.07 :. '" '.\i JI O4 h' ', III", Co. ____... '.'1 1..0I' ___ _.._._.._.____..___._...._ '" :4'. ),{cCa.k.WY C JJI .
-. __ ,,____,41,,, ..,..' Hollenbeck 1t 4. L.I k .70 __ __ .... Lot. 11.. 11116 .. : JI _:: I
Lots" II. bIk i-k----- .' J F. 1.07 --------- ----------- M\)6.? 11nknown _------ ------ ,, : ::11
Lot/ II 20. !1L .-:--_----- Hoyt, A ___,,___. ..11 Imo.(: 8; blk .18 ___.__.._________________ S..mlnol... Land k Lrek. ,.'q .' '-f(
Dot ,. blk _____-n__ __________- R..d. F L _____ Lall Inv. Co. ------ t.'. All blk A ____ _________________ Unknown __ -___ .0.
VV lot I.. blk 7 _____u_________-_ Unknown 1 89''Lot. A..Ievard IAt. l..ot. 18 and !O. Dlk D __n____________ Mark. 111 n 4.61
21 and U, lkk 9___n_____________ Johnson j-R-:: IULot. : Lot 118 ____n._ -__---_-_-_____:__ Porter L If __,_ 1.01w.r7dl. Lot .. blk n ________ ____ __u__________ Han.ell'Asa$7 t
; 7 and I. _____+__u_______ R.minole Land k 1S 1.1.101. H.lefbl.
Inv. ('0. 3 RR Lots 12 and H. blk I ___unhun. __ Arnlth FI 0 .---- Tots 1. I. a and. A, hlk A ___ _n_____ Unknown __ ___ 1.65Tot. t
1 "Lot. 9 and 1.0. blk 11 ____nnn__ Fhuter II' JlI un__ 417 Lot A. 1Ik 3 ___ ____nnnnn____ ?!tiller. G ____u__ 6qLnt 21 and 24. hlk C _.______ nn___ Unknown _ n__ 1.01
? Lot 18. blk It _______ ____ __ Harolu J __ __u__ 2 $1 L.ot 5.hll, 6 ____nnnu___ FvRn". 1'1' .------ I 9 .nd 10 blk U unnnn___ Unknown n__ I.1Lot t't'T..ot.
Lot 6. blk Iii _- ______________ '. Audrl. F __ 3i; 2. hlk 7 hnnnnunn Ilarrle. 1-1 ------ 16, blk -- - - -- ------ - lnknewu _n_ 1.01 i
uun !'II II.-y.-:
Lot I. blk 16 __ ______ __ __ Gowcll. J D.u_____ 2.31 Lot J. hlk 13 nn \\'llIlam. n --- w.rtAa A. l4.b-Dlvl.l.; ;'.faF.4 ::'
1, Lot 1/. blk 18 __ ____ _ _________.__-- Lynh. W P _ __ 2 00 Lot 2. HI. 12 and 15. Ilk 14------------ }favn.... A __ ____ 1.01 un uunnh _- nunn 2 25 29 I
:Lot 13. blk 18 __n u______________ __ S..mlnol.. I..nd Lots 4 IIn.1 6. ilk 14 u _ ._ _'-u _. Polk. n i. _u___ .71 59I.ot 1..1.3,4, and II __ _ __ _ __ _ ___ _ _:_ 2 26 .9 16 Flara. T - -- -- 3 II i

." Lot 8. ilk It ____ _____________._______ Flncl Inv.loW-:: :=:=: 1 69 09 Lot 11 11.: bik bik::I 1/14 : : : -:= =::: : :: ::::::: Kirhv MI11a.: !..J _:-:::: ..5II.ot" ,:

Lot I. blk 2. __ _________--_______ lInk."n. 1 07j. 2. 4. 9. 3. 11 and! 12. blk 16 _u_ Hal nre. A ______ 1211 C. L. BANDY Tax Collector
4 tote 18 U. 17. 18. blk 2f ___un__ Reerher A -v :: 213 Lot 3. hlk 1/< _ _ :: Ha\n.. A nn__ .511 ,
j. Lot 19 blk 24 ___ ___-- --__________ 11nkn..wn 1117 Lot, Iii nod' 111. ilk 18------------------ Fro.t. F _ ____ .1S r
Lot Ii!. blk 2f -un- _-__--n-.n---n- Harrah .J _u_ _UU_ _ J.B7 lot 6. ilk III _ _ __ _ uunnn_ _._ Harrl. A H ____ .1\\" Osceola County, Florida
7 Lot U. blk 2f _____ __ Har.h. S A _ _ 107 Lot 2 bik: 21 _uuhuu.nn________ 1\.r. n 4 ---;. 59
f, Lot 1A. 27 .. _ __ ______ _____uu_ \Val.t n _ _ __ 1 07' Lot 12 bik n --- -- ------ ---------- 1\I"lInr U R n_ ..69Lot II III
ilik ___ _______ lli: talk :: __ : 5A!
Lot 10. 27 ____ __ _- l'nkno..n ___. 107 - -- -- _ --___ ._ Unknown -- ---- I
Lot 9 blk 29 for Ulf tax _____u_____ Smith .J A n__ 1 tIT I 1,1k 29 11a'n.. A _u___ 51I.oCIIM '
n :
I Lob II and 8. blk 30 ____uu___.____ 1'0..I..r. M]I r" __ __ 1 flqj 1: ta"N. 1(1( and Ii: bik -32u----h----__ __ Haynea. A n____ NOTICENotice
I. 6, and 7 ilk 33 Havn.e. A .A1
Lot n: t\\ 80( ::: ::::::::::::::::::::: Eleon..1 Newe11.: :; ; A R C_ _::..: : 1 47l.ot 0T I lot I Ilk: 36'-_ __--_-hUhnhn-__-- -___--_--_ are"ory n".R------ /iq/

.' Lou III end 3(7. ulk 31 ___-_____-__ JIv'r"! F __ 1 ;9''I Lot Ii' bik' 37 work, F 5A ,
Lot I. blk -------------------------,5' llenn. J\V L h 107 1'''t :\ ilk 46 : : :::::==:==::: :::: : :::: 'Pnknown--------- :::: :'OLot .
18 and 14. blk 87 __ ____--___--_ Will... C A u__ 231.Lot. 1,1k 50 Iohn.on .69 Is hereby given that the following deBcrlhd lands, or ".. much
ti .LOtb. II to 16. blk .38 _-_-____________ Connlly. A Y.u 7 t< q Lot" 3. 4. 5. iO, 13: 14' 16: k58::::_: Uaynea, 'AA_::::: 1'43 thereof aa will-be necessary to pay the amount due for Hpeclal I l>ralnacetaxea '
u the of A4r
Juts 7 end< 9.Inci k tI unU________ Unknown _ __ 241i iota I. 2. 3. 6. 6. 7. 11 blk 69 f"yn..a A 1 f3 levied under provisions Chapter >fl, Hercslon l..nv/H of 1913
+ Lots lli'.nd 1<$<. lk'.8 --_____._____--_ nurd."I1. ("'H u 12 f2 Lot.: 2. 4, 6' 7. 8. 11 I. 12. 13. 16. k-i 60--; Haynes A =:;:: l.fiq herein set. will oppoalte be sold to the at Public name together Auction with on the the Seventh c-ost' of such 8Rlo and advertleing .-
of
+ Lot 1 hik 60 __ _ A day Auiruat
8. hlk 1i0 !Merrl11 J P _ 35i! HRvn..s uu
Lot.Lot H.Ii and hlk 61 __ __-_--------------__ Meeker.\ .J _u _n 200I Lot I"' bik, 60------' nnh _____ _____ Whittler.f __ ..SALot. A. U 1916. In front of said the Court\HOUB door at KIsBlmmee, County of Osceola:
____________ l' 4 blk ___ A and Htate of Florida ; special drainage tax HBsesRment for the Scar 1915
I Lot. I and f. blk 32 ___ Spoftnrd H 111 __ 213'Leu 82 "- -- __--_--___ uu '"' 711 R4
23 and 24. blk 61 __________n__ Hod",..". 0 6f]I __ 51aLot l I Loll. tfknr... __-- _- nUnun_ _________ H.yn..F. __ _n__ z
5. blk It ____ _____.___________ n"nrv.rt. n I': n I ft9'Let \ I 1..t 12. talk 116 _______ 'K..pl..r.1-I n____ II" m .
I talk 6f __ _u_ ___-- ___--_______ FIRr."c..1Ifarv__ 4 17 I Lot:: I. 2. 4 -- ---------- Haynee. A ].a1 and
- hblh k66
'Lore hand 1(1.( hlk 66 ________nu__ -- 'An".r..on.1I1 J 2:11: Lola 4 and i $7--: :::::::. }{avnea.: A :::::: :.73 .
'1..ot.5 and A. blk 67 un_ ___________.. Moon M E _ _-n 1 BA I Lot, 2' r'lk4. 6. 11. 20. 26. blk 88 nu__ 1rnknown __ ____ 1.43 : .. r:: .. ..
Lot 1.2. bIll 57 -__ Tltue. W _ _n 107 Lot 17' 68 __ ___--_-______--__--.__ 11u..h. I. u___ .1\9\ DESCRIPTION OF LAND. 2 ::.\ ,.; OVl'Nlm. ;-f :
Lot 1'1. hIli 5'1 _u--------------_ -_____ --_--_ -_______ 11ollln".r. Ida. n 1 (17 Lot 4. talk 72 _un--------------u ..J' Unknown -- ---- Ai9I v 1 I C :: 0 G aurn
tAt 17. blk l1nkn..wn 107 lot h. IIIk 72 _______-nhhU____ 1'Imlth.' J F-------S A 0" E"
Lot 1 18. talk 68 8----------------------- Th..holll. F----------- u 07 I lot: 10 talk I I 79 __ ---________---___ }Hujth. I. _u__ .611 I-< c a:: 6: Lot 1. talk 69 Unknown __ n_ 1 (17fr. Lot II' i 1,1k I 80 nnnn____-_____ How..r" I n____ 69Let. i
A 10. u2. talk 80 ____ A __;___ H
tut 'C1'k 112{4 ::::::::::::::::::::::-: Unknown a'v -WT 1 39r 69 I Lot A. 'hlk 0I. 13. n Porter H..yn., N 7 41 All __--________________________--_____ 2 31 3. 639 Boulh..rn Colon- ,
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Lot lTnknow 1 4A Lot 10. blk U :::::::::::::::::::::::::: Rmflh, A ::::::: :.69 satlon (!o __ __'31 .821 \
Lot 1,1k ______________________________ 10 37 Sf
All __
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} Lot \ hlk 648r::::::: ::::::::::::::: Unknnwn :_ __ :: 200 KI..I.e tI-R.. A..I..o.. Bouthrr(1. (!olonAll 1

______.________ Lola I and f W of blk __ ______ Wa h I n II'lon.Bon. Isallon Co._. __ U II
" Lot 19. blk 7J ___ ___ __ 1'edgett.. J n __ 242I : Ity n
( 'Lund 1i.7' ________________________ _________ 12 87 3. CBoulhern Culon-
I .: t:: 13 and 1: bik 74 :::::::::::::::: Livermore: E F.& 803J ....... .b-Dlrf.l.. .. r. ... A -- --- I..lion u O.IsaUon .
i. 6 and : bik 76 Seminnl. Land ,
bt.4. If nv. Co. 11..0 1.q.e.. A..UI.. All _________-__________ ..__ ____m__ It 37 3. 640 Boul hern U.n-: : l

Waek.rg99err.1.1 Plat .1 nn Lot 20, ilk A Johnson PearL_ .80 00 __ __ 82 .7
.. P. of 1> 101. R. H. Pr... i.i--A'..-i. ..:----- All ------------------------ ____u___ 15 37 3640 80uth..rn Colo.Isatlon .- 1

r. 6 toy 1B Ina of'hlkc78. nil bikT9T and Lot 3. talk 0 __________________________ Anderson MoUI. 1.1 Co,___ II 17
W44 blk 9 8 of ".1..1. fad A Iv.arvr7. K... ...... A..I.. All E. of River________________________ 11 17 3680 Boulhern Coloa: A

Lots 7, I. II. 10, talk 1 _________________ Blekerdyke MI.. laatlon Co. U It
("'. / ".It All ________________________ _________ 21 87 34 640 southern (talon21 1 : (
blle Liasle
'II
Lots 7 to 13 1no -------------- -----
,i. C III R W LOt
u .on. -- WI.L lot 2. blk I $
.t t ".. 0.... Lot" 8 hlk 8 ___ ---------------------_- Rob1neon. Lla.l. .80 All ___________________________________ a7 3. 8.0 BoutAern Ooloi$2 fIsatlon ,
;' Lot 7. talk II ______--_----__________ l' nnnn.un Bryant. 11 B __ 10.n ,
Alvan. E :r 107 Lot blk I Co_ :
II
'fir N Lol .4. blk 84talk-- _--____________ -- Conner. J F----- 107 --------------------------- Hoolen. M... J N All _______________________________u__ 18 17 I. 641 Southern OoltLatlon +--_ "

Lot. and 18' 86 nmmn Tuna A :::: I$9vt l..ola I. I. blk I' ________ ________ eat __ ---_____ 17.41 n 1'1' \
tit j Lot 1 .. bik _______________u__________- fit ron<<, V --E -- 7 W'% lot 4.3i e.. W .5 ft blk-1.-________ Unknown __ ____ 11.58 All ___________________________________ 54 17 84 IIn Southern (;:olon:
___ 1.g
___
1.. talk III unn. Vnknown _:. 1.17
t .lt:; 1 talk It ______n________________ lov.Halley. ,-111 0 E-- --- loi I..ot. 21 F.and L .' _IC.:_ ..__Aadf/_ :. -- -- All ___un____________________________ JIl 17 14 8n Bloulhaatlonern ((::'l_-nLatlon : 11.17
v Lot 17. blk n ------------ ---------- :::: : ffi54 lot. - ------. <4'.ler M D ___ 14.11
k ; O'Bryan. T 1.7 17 and 18 ___ __ Co.! ____ II
17
____ ______ _- ___ -- ___________ ________ __
Lot 11. talk -- ---- Harrl.. J W ____ 1.07 Loi. 1, 8, 1. 4 19. 10, lt, $1 WdG --- All ________ __ n 28 37 3t 8.1 Southern (' '
__________ -- .U
___ _
a.d.-
$1 < : 0101'i i
Lot
-- ------ ; Blekerdyke ffi J !
__ l&allon
Dlkk Unknown ___ 1.tl7 J. N. W..aatt.bDIvWw $.
Lot 21L .1 __ ______________ Ranad.ll, 8 F 107 Lot All _______________________________u__ 27 37 Sf 8.0 80uth..rn (.Ion-
11 talk II __ __ __ : -------------------------------- welaatlon
Lot. nn :: Farmer L R __ .n '
; F R ___ Lot. Co _._ II sQ
Lot 210..bnlkd 11 ________ __ pay. G.o LO7 Iota 211 an-----------------------and II Unknown _. ____ l.el All E. of RIver ______________________ U 87 $4 -.s00 8outh.rn Colonlatloa : IT
talk f9 _____ -
Lot. 3t and U. uu wi 1'1\1I . 6.MDl..4t Iwt 61. Jae'h.on H.nrl.tta ....0I..t.
T.rpening. Me c. B.._..... cr., ___ 10 II
t ... blk 100 -----------_-_-_-_-_-_-_---_-_-_-_ Mack, st. 1.00 18 and 2f ______________________ All m. of River ____ ________________ II 17 84 no Southern Colonlaatlon : l
r" t 14, 1011 101 -- -- H 111 Lee Sarah ____ 1.01
r, J W..U '. f.b-DIV..t ..... c
'E I .. II. andtalk 101 -- ------------ M" -'iD 4,71 d/D.TI. All _____________-_______________u____ .. 17 84 640 LeBaron. F-nII U
; t. 3 and C. blk 107 __ __u--- CP..n g-----K 4'71 lot 17 alk All .6 17 8.
Let 11 and N ----------------------------------- 8.0 outhera Colon
b Lo..1.0'.lkl 112' $1. bl----------------------------108 -___n____ H''b'o: .. ___::: 11.11A W. IM arr.... ..bDlv/l..tL.4141H B.... 0 J _____ ...7'I..ot I.AlIon Co___ n

T. m ______ 1.2$ .. ._________________.______________ All __u___________________________.___ U 17 1640 Fair In. Co,_.- U .1 I
lib talk 111 ________'"_____unu_ .. (1ii.by. J W 1.13 W b11e o1t: llrrq.blre'f.bD1v.l.a .t Thurman. H W.. I.U All E. of River _______________________ J 17 U 11I0 Routh.rn' :

Ik1rI'1l.I--------------------- Unknown _::: : hat .t L.t 48i AII'Fv.eel laaUon 00____ ItS1 ..
ry gt .. Iohn. A. _____ 10,90 Lot 1(2 Umrvey.d r
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blk 141 .. --------------- .I i-ti rn..: run Griffin. t ______ ..nE of River 11 .17 II
------- 1-Iararroye. :J ... 1.0T Beg. of NW -------------------- --- HI Southern Oolon-
1 ,: bUr UI ------ -- Hadl'er X Lt In% It. 8 log I\. W 11754 It. N I..Uon Co___ r
talk/4T--- --- -- I. It 11 4
U. ------ -- WeU.. H 111 -. : 109 n Lot. f and 3 ______________________ 11 17 U U Bouth..rn. GblOa .
", .'sand\ 1 talk 1.. ---------------- Unknown I.I 91 -ii, ; ;: Hammond. l' __ 15rer CO___ .
t I. '! .. --.-----------;----- Paillter. m-i = ;f! A....... t. .....". ,t Parka, 41,11 Fraotl ________________________ 1. IT 13 20. Sotlut'o Colon-_ I'ra 'f
b Aouar 11 1.00. /.b-Dv/M.a .d L.t 89. IptPo.
(ls
7 1t/ 10011klil.E-- Kirk J W... ]0 IIt. Lot.a1r.; _ __ All :m. of River ________________.. 1$7 I' no So.t) erb Colon- 1'f." ,
; : Unknown 70.81 Seg. Nil cor o. tot f0''' rob 8f t4 5.11.q D ___ 1.11 haHsn Co__ 11I.atlan
u I au S. talkITO.; :.-..------:-- Teatm.rinll 6. W U' ft. N .".t. 111 11. It __________ .. .4,1I'm.o', : Rin" -_.____________________ f17 II "11d 8buth ra (loloa._- 11
'" 17. ----.--------'--- N.lson' 1' f Prn.... I rk' ..._ a f.b-IKy1.Na .C lJtik1 own .___- Lt5 Co____ i. F
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tIe", ikk311T1k -- ----;----- min.-. L.: : -
1 t .. ------. flt..l.. R M _.._ .I'' w'.b .5 "c1a.n- : : ,,._ CaI'l'Y. T L..__.. IT.1I
t I"" bUr J n ::= : ---....--- Unkftowft 1"1."I..a. Cana1 riiiOt orris.____4 Ola"' (. JD B ___. ",L7/ C. L. BANDY Tax Collector
r t 1'1. bllt J -. ------------ rOIYI". T G :::: 1.0' ....... _.ar A..fl---a.k_
t si. talk 773-._=--.r-. Aniklay t.t.-.r 1.0'I ......Dt....... atIka ... L 1a I ...
7, .e.a 44., !Ik.u, :-.=:: -- Wa1d.n. l1 -- LO Lot 1 _______._---.--w.-- Oakndwb --- ..,. Osceola County, Florida

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\ ,'"' FRIDAY AUGUST 4, 1916. THE. KISSIMHEE VALLEY. ,GAZETTE 'PAGE is.l _


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* ,* >..4>. >. 4> ; o *.* '* GOVERNMENT .SPEND : When the province .of Ontario goes Counties. of Brevard 'Osceola. and fit. 'u.! 2?. iS. So. IS to 'S8 Inclus",- and r ,
II to'l Inclusive. of '8.71.01.
Luole., marked and branded' a. follows Section
. "XXEAN COLD. COVERED. $10,000,000 ON! GOOD ROADS dry September 16 by act of lie. pro- ; 1 to 8 Inclusive and to J' Inclusive", )' MacDONOUGH
t. A ''stock of cattle pnarked--crop In ( "'''''pt.Lot 14>. and joist to 1} In. .-
l<.4. 4 4 vincfil legislature, Toronto, witho 400000 ,- one ear, crop under half crop other clualvcv flection l.. Lota 1 to II in- Registered. Architect
I < branded JHA. '" elusive of Section *0.' Lots 1 to IS of '
.. Observe the Three "C's" for the 4 will be' the largest
One,.of'the provisions tile Federal population' A stock of cattle marked -sharp split Hi-ctlon. It, L.ots 10 at Section( SS. Lota AND

Care'elf Milk In the,Home. Say : aid rood bill which. was slgnbd dry city in tho world. In one ear underslop upper bit In the 14 and IS of Section SS Lots 1 to II
> other: branded Al) Inclusive of Section 17. Lots 1 to SI In- ENGINEER
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: Dairy S Specialist : 'oOo 1 by ,the president 'on July ,11, i A Block of cattle marked-crop' none elusive of SeCtion\ II. Lois I to II Inclusive
4 4,4 + + 4.4. 4 + 4. O4 44.4' appropriates Bradford Knapp, of. the Unlt dStates' car under slop upper bit In other; of Btictlon' If.Lots I to II In. BRONSON BLDG. KISSIMMBS/FLA.. .
''S 11,000,000 yea. for ten years of Agriculture- branded ). elusive of Htctlouslva II. Lots; 1 to. $2 '' In-
Department I A s...cH of cattle markedro Htn- of Section II. -
4' I to be spent by thq Secretary of Aj-rl- i says 'that the a'vcr"go farm value of pip fork In one par. underslop In| the Also the following' lands according __._ _.. _- -_ _. -_. _._ _
The three C's"fbr the proper"care"of to tht Southern Colonisation
culture for the construction and maintenance 1 other branded Circle "V. Company
the hay per: acre in most of tho cotton '. .rmll of .l o ah. Ill Township 14 "Sooth RanII,
,milk in. the borne, according to the of roads"and trnila within or states than the farm I Dated July '6IH. A. D. lllf. at Kllslramee Ilitet. according to Public Record. ofOiiceola TJ1E FiORIDAMETAIPRODUCTSCa
dairy 'specialist of tho U. S. Department I[ was, more I County. Florlrtai: All of/ Lots ,
partly within the National Forests. 'value of the'cotton in the fall of 1914. Florida.JOHN S. (, DEL. I to II Inclusive of SectIon 1. all of MANUFACTURE
[ j> J( .of Agriculture, are: 'The bill provides that the Special Master In Chancery lots 1 to II Inclusive of Section 2Lota i .
S upon. re'1 In 1915. the value of tho hay producedper Maaaey. & Warlow 1 to S Inclusive, Lot I and Lots 11ti ;
S Keep milk-Clean, Cold, Covered. of the prdpcr officers of the I value Solicitors for. Complainant. 29JtSHERIFF'S 'IX Inclusive nnd Lot In to It In- I METAL
acre was greater than tho \ Is highly
food
Hilk a perishable and counties, the money shall be usod tho cotton produced acre in II and IS of Section I. Lots 1 to ( In- CEILINGS
and the length of time it will remain for building road and trails whichare I of per SALE. : rlimlv and 1ft to Ii Inclusive and
some of the cotton sta #!s. Wonder I Lots *ii. and XI and 1.ot.42. Sect\on 4.
itweet and safe, especially for chil- nccesry for the iso and development Under and by virtue of an axocutlnn Lots. 1 and I to 14 Inclusive, and Lota CULVERTS.SHINGLES
"' 1 frIS 'depends the specialists almost why more folks do not raise hay? Issued out of and under the seal of the" 15, 211. 88. SO Section t. Lots I to I Inclusive ,
( say, of resources upon' which com Circuit Court. 7th Judicial Circuit Os- and S to IS InclusIve, trtd IT to AND OTHER

entirely! : upon the constant care munities within or near the National 'I After very careful inspection ofthe reola County, Florida 1 wherein J. A. I II Inclusive (.....c.lttVI,4 of IJt 17) of
. ; Hewlns Is plaintiff, and Southern Col-i i Section 4, Lotr 1 to SI.'Inclusive bf SHEET METAL
it receives from cow to consumer Forests are dependent\ The work j is II citrus properties at and near Edison onlsatlon Company: a corporation. Is 'Section T. Lots 1 S. 8, '. 5 lo. 14. IB. 'CI. ;
defendant I. aa Sheriff of Oaceola and HH of Lot IT.. Lot 10.. CS. to I* Inclusive BUILDING '
three
i .. .,Milk. .pa88c\: ,,through agencies to ba done In co-oprrntion with the Junction the State inspectors reportno County i1tlorlda. have levied upon and and Lot IS of 8."tlolLot.. .

S ':"-the producer. the dealer and the' varioui states and counties. Not trace of citrus canker in that vi will sell In front of the Oaceola Coun- I. 2. I. 4. and EH of Lot (. all of Lots MATERIAL .
V Court House door at Klsslmmoo. II. 8 an.I Lots to 10 inclusive, Lots watt-f TODAY _ _ _ -NO &Ptt1u.f'9RCA1"ALOGUU .. 5,.
consumer. If the first two have done more than ten per cent of the valueof cinity.: a.. Osceola county: duringlegal II. il 15 $6. 17. WV4 of Lot 18. BH of .
hours of sale on the SB. and all of SO. Section 5.Also '' '- QUOTAXJON3JAGPcSONVILLE..LA.
their clean safe milk will be
part tho timber and of
forage resources First, Mostdar I. Amfmmt. 1.... the following landa accordIng HI

delivered, thoroughly chilled, to the the National Forests within the re- III i 111111111111II11IIIIII It being, the 'Tth day of the month the to plat (of Southern Township Colonisation 14 South. 'Company Range ISKaat. - ?

consumer. The con.umer's'responsi- spectivo county 'or' counties in which following described real estate situate according"to Public Recnrda of I I. ;.
lying and being In Osceola "
County. Oacola Klorlda. Lots 1 to II
S bility begins the moment the milk 'is the ronds or trails will be construct- I Legal Florida, to-wit: inclusive County of Section 1. Lot. 1 to 1* In- Joe E. Johnston

delivered at his doorstop. Ifi Township Thirty-one South clirslvf. Section S, Lots 1 to SI Inclu- '
ed may be tpent. Provision! to made Range Thirty-three Kast1: alve of Section S, Lots 1 to 8S inclusive

: Because money > BH of of said
NW14 Section SI), ST. Section 6. Lots 1 to SI Inclusive of Sec
vessel on the street is very liable Treasury by applying 10 per cent of South .r.do Section S>. all of Sections -' tion 6, Lots 1 to 12 inclusive of Section '
S i 1 5. 7. Lots. 1 to SS Inclusive of Section I CITY. ENGINEER
contamination from
to dust
manure the annual receipts bf the National Also the following lands In Township 8, Lots 1 to SI rnclualve of Section 5. '

particles, and germs, milk is best delivered Fort'stn! in the state or county until :NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION.Department II. South, Range S3 t.NIN.I efSection. Lots 1 to II lnounlve]\ of Section 10 ,
I
.Ai S. 4. S t in capped bottles. If bottled the amount advanced is covered. I! .( the I. erl.r, said Section il' 6. 7, I. North Half of >. except Lot SO), Lot 1 to SI inclusive Surveying andDrafting
U. 9. L... OfUee .t liflmrurUIr, Flm.Herlal all of 10. 11. 2.. II. 14. 15. 16 NW % of of Section 11 Lot 1 to IS Inclusive of
milk cannot be obtained, the house- Officers in charge say that the bill N.. Olizaa.Notice SElL of Sections 17. all of Section It. Section 14 Lots 1 to II inclusive of -

wife should to have In and 19 (except SW % of auld section Election 16, Lots I to 9 inclusive, and, .
try some one
will make construction ,
possible .the Is hereby given that WalterA. 19) Stt! of NE% and NW *. and. NV4 of I 11 to II inclusive of Section 16. LofaI .
the family receive the milk in a clean, of many roads which are greatly ; Beebe, of 18ti.gdIIf: ,IIt'd"E': SW%, 8W% ot-SW %, Of Section 107 all to 11 inclusive of Section IT- Lots 1 I I
January 11. . of Sections 11 12 21, 24. 25. 2(1 (ex- to 11 inclusive of Election IS Lots I tn
scalded utensil, cover instantly, and needed. Since 1913 ten per cent of try tla! 011119. for WH of SKV4. Section inl'fI"c' : of NWVi of said Section SB ol'). II inclusive of Section 19. Lots 1 to 32 -
14 II S. Range 14 K.Tallahaasee 27 and 2$. N% of NW 1
it without JTblay into refrigerator Township Inclu.lve'of Section 20 Lois 1 to 11 Inclusive
a -
put : National
,
p the receipts of tho Forests Meridian has; filed notice of Section 19 all of Section 10 (except (except Lt It. ) of Section 51. .
or the coldest available place. have been used in i road ani trail of Intention to make three-year the NEil of said Section SO). all Lots 1to 12 Inclusive of Section SS:
proof to establish claim' to the' .land of Sections II and US except WV4 of Lots 1 to 9 inclusive" and IS to 16 In- 8. II. BULLOCK
Under no circumstances should Jin builOlng, but the funds have bean inadequate above deacrlbed. before C1..rk Circuit NWV4.. and BM of EVi of said Section I elusive and 18 to 12 inclusive of Sec
. uncovered pitcher bowl or he Court. at Klssimmee, Florida' on the II) all of Sections' It. 14. IS and 18 tlnn'4. Lots 1 to II inclusive of Sic- ,
pan to meet the veeds. Many 7th day of September 1914. Also the following lands In Township. tlon 1G. Lots I to 12 inclusive of Section -
left out on the porch to receive bulk isolated communities within the 'NA- claimant names as wltnesaea' 12 South. Range 14 to a.l. All of Sec 26. Ixita I to IS inclusive Of Section .
Prank M Kdrls of Lokoaue, Florida t 1'.017ih': 19, 29, 11 and 11 17 Lots 1 to IS inclusive of 8e '- REAL ESTATE 1'
milk. The vessel, both before and after -.I tional Forests are entirely dependenton Banner H. Ouy. of Lokoaee Florida. following lands In Town- tlon 28, Lots 1 to II tnclualve of aec- -
the 'milk is into it is Robt.. E. Willie of Loko.ee. Florida Chip 11. South Range 14 K.: all of Sectlona tlon ID. Lots 1 to IS Inrlualve of Section .
poured accessible the Government for roads and Oeo. W. Kertlc.: of Lokosee Florida.ROI3ERT : : BW.al Inclusive.' SWU of Section 10, Lots 1 to 12 Inoluatve of Section INSURANCEExamination

to flies and collects particles trails. In some instances these set- : W. OAVIS. .'15 al Section 14, all I of Sections I 11, Lota 1 to 32 inclusive of Section .
ll-5t to 21 Inclusive. of .
Reglst: U Hcctltin 12, Lots 1 to IZ In"I<\\.lve of Section
. of dust and dirt. tlcnvants are said to be almost entirely. 25. all of Sections S( to 16 Inclusive, 33. Lota 1 to 12 Inclusive of Section
IMOTItH; FOR/ PUBLICATION.rtnteat Also the following lands In Township I. 34. Lots 1 to 12! inclusive of Section of Titles a
of bottled
* ." Even in the milk
case without of communication. I S4
: means South, Range 14 ''\'I All of Sections 211. Lots 1 to 18 inclusive of Section .
however, the consumer must see that: ... of the. Interior. U. H. Lead I 1 to 16 Inclusive, the entire 16I .
According to Forest Service officials
t Office ait (..l.e.Tllle.. Florida.. Township Thlrtv-four Houtll.: I Also. the following lands according Specialty.
the bottle is not left out in the heat ..... .' Range I
the money now mode available will : 't. .el. Thirty-four Knst to the Southern Colonization C..mnan<
Also the followIng lanfts In Township 1C, 12 itiast.
of
for a moment longer than is necessa; p
ry. Milk should be delivered and kept rood, to inaccessible Sections One to Three Inclusiveall. of 'loin Oounlv. Florida, Lots 1 to 32 Correspondence Solicited.
ceRBnry open up Notice Is hereby given that Charles Section Four (except the \\ st Half nf Inclusive Section 1. Lots 1 to S Inclusive -
at a temperature of 50 degrees F. or tenitory, and will greatly facil-I 1.1..IIt.r. of Oran e Center. Florida, who said. Section Four). all of Sections 6. and > tn IK inclusive, Ntt of Lot ,
Ion May 11 HH3 made noom""I..a" Jo n- 7. and all ..fl'l..lIo"' ,. S to 15Inc1u..ahof 17. I.oti ))8. 19 and 2(1.( W ty of 21 I, all of \
lower-the colder the better. At tote the development of largo areas. try No 01121, for N\V, of HW >.4Section Sections 17 to 10 Inclusive. all of 22 23. 24. Lota 26 to fnflualve.. and!
Robert Riedel Co.
such temperatures bacteria develop 21. Township) !; 24 South. 1tang i> Sections 34 slid 16 132 of Section 2. Lots I to 82 Inclualve"
It is said that detailed
& I plans cover- 2)1) I."MI. TallahasHcc Meridian tins tiled Also. the following lands In Township I (,' 2ft) of .
very slowly and milk undergoes little ing; the policy to be followed in build- notice of 1 Intention 1la'r k threeyearproof. 37. South. Range Thlrt v-f our Kant 'Lots.T..oLn..l"zcRlu'.rv": Lots 17 to 30 nl"l- NOVELTY WORKS
to establish to the liindnlioe All of Sections' 2. 1 10. 12 14. 1 5. II.! :1. iluslve of Section 4, Lots I to 7 Indu
'
change until conxumcd A slight rise 'ing road are now being made. described Ix-fore Clerk of Circuit 22 and 23 to 27 .InclusUe. and Section ing'e, Lot 9 and 1 SZ Inclusive House Bins a Specialty. All Interior Fliisk ,
in above this point how- Ciuiit nt kissinniee.I Florida, on 15. I of Section 0IllrdtfJIO! 1 to iIn'lulllv"l
,
temperature the 10th day of Au u.l. 1818. Also. the fllowig" lands In Town- I I Section 8. Lots 1 to Window and Door rruiM. Window. .

ever, permits bacteria to multiply WELL ADVERTISED "DISGUISE." 'lalmnnt names a. witnesses' ship Thlrtv-three. Smith Range TItir.tythree I 1 except lots 14, and Door Screens .. t4
J. J. Keen. of Orange Center Flor- East : All of Sections 1 to 3 In.II"PiloiP 'In \ ,
r. 80 and 11)). of Section 10. Lots 1 to 'Phones' Shop 216; Rtakiene* ZiT
and about de-
rapidly brings rapid IdlL ' Section' (except Inclusive. Lot if. all of Lots,.
,:.: orf 125 WVof
: :
Theron Keen of Orange Center \\ Southeast 'Q'-ar :of Darlington Ave Near Freight R.p.t
I teoriation of the milk which may; ren- A certain ia ad- 27. 29. 30 and 31 of Section 11. Lota 1 ;
product: said
Section
orewery Florida Four all of Section 5. to 12 Inclusive of Section II. Lots 1 to .__:
der it unfit for ordinary use and make vertised by its manufacturers as Krncst Keen of Orange Center. North Half of Section (1. SR% of Section 25 Inclusive (except Lot I) and Lots ---
Florida 7, Hi 1) of Section I (except N % of 27 to 32 Inclusive of Section 13 Lots
I it highly dangerous for babies nnd "brewed for tI e wise--goes in dis- W" II Bronaon of Orange' Center, NFjm, of Section 8. all of Section f. all 1 to 8 Inclusive, and 11 to 20 Inclu.l"e.ot DR. J. A. TROVILLION
A.. bot- Florida. I of Revllan 10 except I NWU and Section 14 Lots 82.. 23, NH of Lot 14,
: little children. For this reason AI e'tloo
: In the Samuel ,
guisn. Hopkins ROBERT W. DAVIS. Stt of SKV said 8 10). all of Lot 25. KM of Lot "8. and Lots 17 to Specialist In '
tied milk. should not be allowed to remain Adamd. column ci the New York Trib- t6t R..t.ter.NOTIC'I Sections 11 to 19 Inclusive.! all of Section SO Inclusive, of Section 14. CANCER., GOITRE AND TUMOEfl
r <] Of ADMIKISTHATOU.Per 20 except NW <4 of said Section Said lands being levied upon aa 'the
in a warm place, as on a sunny une a contributcr thus aptly comments ( FI.. Dlsrharce.) 20). all of Section 21 except NVi of property of said Southern Colonization Curd them without cutting

S porch or in a hot kitcchen for a moment : "Goes in disguise wonder !. eo.r. ef CmmtT ....... State .tFlorida. All rWK of Sections of said SS. IS and NSectlon 14. all SI of). eallh.Company aforesaid. Terms of sale ' thfem out. '

1. longer than O*ee.la Ceisisitr Sections Zli. except NWU, ). all of Bec- Purchaser to deed, ORLANDOFLORIDA 4
necessary. Are the brewers ashamed of pay
why. lion 18 except SV4 of NW 2NWV4 *) all of ,-.-,----, lO'H. INORAM l-tmo
t Delivery of Milk in Hot Weather. their product, or is it because the '!. rf E..... .f Charles F. Prevsitt, IIr. Section S7. (except BK A of gWYI and Sheriff.
Notice I. hereby given to all whomIt and W% of NW'* of NKV ). all Dickinson A Dickinson Orlando
i In hot weather the best plan is to users are such hypocrites that they I may concern. that on the lit day of of Section 25. all of Section 29! (except Attorneys for PlalntlfrU(
December A. D .hall apply to awl of said Section 19). all of C. F. THRASHER
have the milkman put the milk directly want their neighbors to believe that the Honorable T. 1t18i.l P Judge. ofsaid Sections SO and SI and SS. all of Section

into the refrigerator, because at they never' use the stuff This advertisement I Court as Judge of Probate, for SS (except NW14 and NH of SWU SHEEt METAL WORKER
my final ,discharge .. Administratrix of said Section 3S). all of Section S4
that time of ;year milk can not be is one of the most tolling of the estate of Charles F. PreVatt. Br.deceased ', except SE4 of NR"4 of said Section 'When buynBREAD M.- R..#'. t ...tIc..rt.
; and that at the same time I 14). all of Section 45. (except: NBK of you
' \ kept 'properly without ice. If a refrigerator anti-booze arguments before the pub- will present to saM Court my ne"llt".- said Section 15). all of Section 16 (except ..

f is not available provide a lic. It convicts every drinker of this and counts ask aa for administratrix their approval.of Section NEli SC).and SB% of NWK of said THONf 141XISSIMNE& Ft.A,

r mall box containing ice, and if ice is particular brand of beer of ,moral pt.. June 5th A. D. 1114. Also the following. lands In Town -
s.eeAfl A. PREV'ATT. ship 31. South Range SS East: All of
i unobtainable, provide some tight con- cowardiceJi"Kind Zl-lamolmo Administratrix.IIEGISTRATION. Section JO (except NBIt'" of j'W% and '
W.,. 'of NW\U. DR. W. w5iAkSon -.
iner'with'1nsulated walls that of thc
brewing
keep company. Also lands .
i the following In rown.ship Ask for the BEST "
.. toe heat from getting rapidly to the Isn't it," says a prohibition journal, Notice '1s hereby given that the Re*. $5. South Ranire SI Kaat: KVi of DENTIST ci
: Section 1 all of Section S. alt
'.1 I ,. ')old milk A home made fireless "to so thoroughuly spread abroad the be latratlon open at Books the office of Oaceola of Supervisor county will of veyed .nd' fractional part of Section unaur 8 We Bake;it. Every Gr.cer ttOtttO. Office 'over' '.

'f( cooker is admirable for this purpose, picture of' its disguised beer crate Registration at M, Kata's atpre, on all unsnrveyed part East of River of. PilleyOffice BuUcIIac
Section *. all of .Section 8 Bast '
of Riv.or
"
Monday, August T. and each Tuesday Hour: I-IS 1.-
.
.- "especially if partially filled with ice. that anybody half a block'away can Thursday and Saturday from .:.00 all of Sections. S ft'klp' Inclusive, all K. BAKERYE. Offle 'Phone 1"| ae.I... 'n_ _
t a. m. to IS.00 m.. and from 1,00, p m. of Section IT East all I of Sections Oaa Administered for HxtrMtl .._
I In Ute absence of any of these devices tell what is in the box. to 5'00 p. m. to and Including Satur- 51. SS. S4. all fractional section Teeth '

with the milkman not d".... October 14th. 1.U. Any qualiflt St. all fractional and unaurveyed part I
A.
arrange
rlerfor vhoae name la iot now on iKnPeflntif of section S7, all the unaurveyed part NIEMETER
t to leave the milk in the sunlight, but WET TERRITORY NARROWING.It tlon Books tray register Due of Sections IS. SS. 14 East of River, all Mitchell StreetO..Ottoooot.o..oo.o. ,
notice will be given of the opening of of fractional and unsurveyed part of
: to put it in the coolest place around the Rearlstratlon Books at the various Section IE all fractional part of Section .

the house. is estimated that one-half the precincts throughout the county 16 CEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW .;.
I Also the following lands In Township
K D. KATZ.
I Handling Milk in the Home. population living in wet territory livesin Supervisor\! of Registration. 11. South 13 to Iff Range Inclusive. 32. !Kast' All ofSertlotis

four state: One-sixth of it lives 32StNTICIf _ '. ...
Also the following lands In Township
In handling milk around the home, Collection and
;in six cities. One-half the saloons in ' OK AnMINI.RATOB, 32. South Range. 32 Kant; All of f Conveyance
r do not pour it from one vessel to another FOR FINAL Sections 1 to 4 PnrlwsUe. nil of Si-r 'i M. TILLER .
the United States arc In fourteen cit ilSICHAkGEIN I tlon 6 Hast of River. South Half of SDecialtiea ; I
: until it is to be consumed. Do Southeast '
Quarter of Section R. nil
;ics. In 1list of thirty-six states I ('flinT. OF TiffCOUNT"] JI'IKiK.9TA1K 111 l-S BroadwayT.
lot Section 9 and 1 10.1 nil of Section 11'except
not let the bottle of milk remain out- 0.' KM1HIIIA. O4CKOL.A Real [state Agency.
I \ 14 of '
there are fewer saloons than in New C'O't"a'ry. % SW'4 all of Sir/Inn( i
side of the refrigerator a moment !. re Kalste of Ituslelle. .'..r..... I 2. North Hair of North w-M, Quartet I nnnnnnnnmanannnn
i York City. There arc fewer saloons Notice Is fr.rehv Klven to nil whomIt and North Half of Southeast) u"rC'r,
longer than is necessary. Keep the I of Section 13 all of Section 14. nil ciS'elioi ,
that the 10th dnv of Realty bought and sold.
south of tho: Mason and Dixon line may concern on f
IB (inept NPU; ,;. and N"ftli
milk covered, using caps or an invert- I September. A.I.. 191(1 I nhnll apply( tothe . M. RIVERS. M. D.
; than in the city of Chicago. There Honorable T. M, Murphx Judge, of Hilf of Southianl.. Qiinrti: ) ,all\ of Si.' Houses rented.
tumbler on bottles or storing it in for tlon I Id. all of H., otloiix 17 ntul 211. I Kt", f
are about 2,900 counties in the United ; Bald final Court.discharge as Judiri ns Administrator nf I'robnte' of the my of the It I'r. all of Sections' ,. 21 nod i Taxes paid and Titles verified | PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
covered utensils. Any household ute'n'sil 22. all of SertloilH II (c'x"1/1| "SK'4 no.1S' ,
States and 1,800 dry. I estate of Rop lHlla I''a r.on. d.'a..d ; for non-residents.- Office over Osceola Pharmacy'Phone
over nrc now ",, of N\\4)). all "Section 24. (exe-p
vessel for and the time I will
is be used that st
that to snnie present
as a I fr >4 nnd! RH of \ anil' 5 '14 i> N1of I Residence 61a.
.
tn shtd -Court nnnl accounts \"F.; / Fire. Life and Accident In-
mv
keeping milk should first be cleaned as v\r1mlnist rntor of said estate aid N\\ ".4 and SV of( I',, > nil S.-r ,, I: I Office 148
"I consider with eminent German ask for their aproval. I on 2S d-x(', nt S'4 of 8\\"i4; anil N\V'. ; ...urance.I .
and scalded. of 1 all of ,
: thoroughly I Dated March it ii. A r 1 1l( NW4) Sections 26 anil 2'V v
authorities of enormous experiencethat N\ '"4 of RK4" an bottle of milk A. E. rmouoijT.12oam6mo ( .
Before opening a ,,, .
'
beer is exceedingly injurious and AdmlnlstrntorK i tlon ?t. nil of NF''= of Nn'4 of S. i" ''y F. Kiunns W. j. BTKBD
wash and wipe the neck and outside ''tlon 29 Kant: of the RUcr I that pint 'f
dangerous as a bevera . It has no |Ii'\\" i" of section 33 E..I: t of the Itlv.i,' 1 oot "OOOOtOo. 'I
of the cap with water and a clean \ )' '.(' T'O.f IIKIMTIHt. of Sictlono 34. 35 nnd 38 \ KRIBBS & STEED
t scientific medical endcrsements of 1 Also the follow \lug lanila, In Town- -- - - -
; cloth. The little depression on the I.N'U.. HT OK 'r.II.'ol' Nil Jl IX.K.HIA'II ( '
ulilp 31: South. HnnKeJ2 )Knsl All nf ATTOJNIYS
AT LAW
of the collect dust or which I know.-Dr. Howard A. K : 0'. Kl.llldll *. (>M( K- Section 1 t lexr.pt II:'.4 of N \\' '. ). all of I OOOO"OOOOOOOOI' .
top cap may ly of Johns He pkins University. (>i.,.\ (0 i "rv. Section 2 (except. N '4 of N l':I., nml n'' .
[i water and any milk that leaks out --- I i.of N\\' "., ). nil of Section 3 'l.rept NUH Legal business of all kind (lv.a

1 _ _ _ _ _ __ _____ ______ ________ s-ia re KMate of \\ .llllamriUrrlr.... ) nil of Section 4. lots 1 to 7 Inrludfe prompt attention. .
I may attract flies. Lift out the cap v ; of Section B. nil of K.-rllnnn: q. id< Ce W. GRIFFIN
that the bottles should never be taken into -a To all f'redltorn.. Leirateog.' Illntrlhu. and 11. North Half nf R <'lIo..' 12. All Offices. 11 and IS State Bank Bids
instrument
I with a .pointed so I.*.',, and all IVmoim laying Malms of Sections' 13, 14. 15, Lets I. 5. 6 10. II Klsslmmee. Florida.
outsidevof-the cap, which may be'' contaminated sick room. In case of infectious or or emanda aKaliiHt said Estate of Section 17, HFH4J. of NK',4 and SRV.
You. and each of yon are h.'rehvnotlft..d of Section 20 all of Hicdonn 21. 22 and
will not be pushed down contagious dis e'--all\bottles shouldbe and required to present any 23. SRH of NW%. and W % of NW.. Staple and FancyiROCERllS

time the milk is boiled thorough wd should not claims and demands which you. or and SW%. of Section 24. all of Sections I .3
Each
I the
in/o milk. either of against theeatate
you lar.ar.V:; krl 25 to IR Inclusive. 8 V4 of NE',4 Pat Johnston a. P. 0aIT0. it
to be poured from the bottle it is a be returned to the dealer without the of deceaned.l.ite and K>"4 of flWI;( BE\i, and T.otn.
of Osceola County. Florida to the I. S. 6. 7. 8, of Section SI. South Half i JOHNSTON .V GARRETT '
wise precaution to wash the neck as express permission of the attending iinderalKned' Administrator of said en- of Seatlon SS all of Sections II. K4. :
tale within two yean from the date! 16 ,
( Such diseases easily can ATTORN Y-AT-LAW
described. physician. hereof
Alan the following lands In Township

;. Milk in Refrigerators. be made epidemic through disregard, Dated July IS A.A. E I). DHOUdHT.1911. 15. South Range IS Kast' : All of Free.Delivery to all Part OffleM 10, 11 and 12 Citlswu BeM
'
Sections CI, 8. 21. 27. IB East of the
; The refrigerator where milk is of this precaution. Si-It Administrator 'ver. and all of Section 51.'AJsn of the City Building

f. stored should be cleaned regularly, Where There Are Childr n. NOTICE' !: Or ADMINISTRATOR. .hlp.\ 4.the South following Range SI lands East In: Town-SH, of8EK Klsslmmee. Fuu .,

especial care being given to keepingthe Care of ,milk. important to all, is trer Klsial;" IMsesmrsi) nd that part or the WU of Section .
,
1\Kast of the. River all of Sections -
drip pipe free and clean. The ire a vital necessity in a home where !. c.... ef Commir ;,....., State ..1FI.rI. II. II and 11 East of the River. --
... Oveecla Vommty.tm all of Jfectlon SS. all of Section 15 Kast
f r rack also should be cleaned and anyplace there are children. It is absolutely of Jtif.River. a

t where food is kept and milk essential to the safety of babies. No re Relate .f Shadrlrk M. Cba.Jler.. Also the following lands In Town- J. .W. THOMPSON
Notice' Is hereby Klven. to all whom
aMp SS South, Range It East: All
stored should be 'scalded occasionallywith intelligent'mother will leave an ordinary It may concern, that on the SOth day o f Section 1 Fast of the River FIIHJIIERa FD ERAL DIRECTOR
of October A. D' Ills, I shall applyto 'Also the followIng lands, as shown
t sal soda solution. The refrigerator servant the task of caring for i>r the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge b*r Southern Colonization Company CD8S0)l)$ h .i I

cold quickly preparing the milk for her baby. of said Court. .. JudKa of Probate, for nat of Township 11 Ii. South. Range S4 and
even though may
' t my Anal discharge" as Administrator last. according to the public Records
be contaminated by a'few drops of Mothers of small children should get of the estate of ehadrlck M. Chandlerd.eea.ed of Osceola County Florida: lots 1 to LICENSED EMBALMER
I ; and that at the same time i IS Inclusive nf Section 1. Jots 1 to SS
f spilled milk, or by small particles of from their own physician explicit directions will present t* said Court roy final accounts Inclusive of Section S. Lots 1 to I Inclu Store and Chapel Stewart Are.Klsalmmee. .
Administrator of said estate, Inclualve ,
aa and 17 to SS
of
l food. No matter how clean the re for the proper handling and ask for their approval' r r.1e""or': : Section t, LoLa 1 to 4)) I Inclusive

frigerator milk should never be kept milk and for cleaning and sterilizing Dated April Srd. P .. and KV4 of Lot 7 except West. Via. I ,
w. W. CHANDLER. Six feet). Lots IS. K to 14 Inclusive. Insuranee that' Insures
in an open vessel. As milk absorbs nursing bottles. Pamphlets on infant 19-1. amo Clmo "AdmlnTefra'tor.SALB. .. Lots 17. SI S* and SO, of Section 5. ;

1: ,' ) odors easily, such food an fish, cabbage feeding may be obtained from ,the FOBIIICL08VRIII Lots 19. and 1 to*0.4 and Inclualve.Lota SI and to lots II 3 Inclusive $, IS. W. B. Crawford Lee JarreUCRAWFORD'

: '. or onions should not be kept in p'roxJrnity municipal milk stations or health of Notice la hereby glverf that, tinier and 11 and SS of Section (. East Protection that Protects & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW
Lots S to S Inclusive
and by virtu of a final decree of foreclosure Half of Lot I. and
to it.' ficers. Milk for ,babies can not be Issued out of and under the and Lots 11, II JI II. IS. and I9. \
and too much seal of the Circuit Court of the Seventh and North Half of lot -SS. and all or
too cold care cannot
.:: .dean Empty Bot 1ea. kept Judicial Circuit of the State of Lots SS to SS Inclusive of Section 7.Lot. dtUeme
it clean and In 1 to I Inclusive and Lots IS to Offleee: 4, 5, 6, and 7 ,
As soon a. a milk bottle is emp- be given to keeping Florida' ID and for Oaceola County.
Chancery slttlna Ina certain cause S, Inclusive Lots- SI. 10. and '2. of Bank BolMinjr
tied rinse it thoroughly with cold wat- covered. therein pending ,wherein. .Jane ILl.. Section 8. Lots 1 to. Inclusive., and ....
this subject McDermltt complainant, and Oscar to II Inclusive, and HM of Section If.; KIMmmee. Florida.O .
S. er. Do not-return dirty bottle 'and Further Information on S4 inclusive. and South i
; Baaa and Henry Partln are defendants, and Lots IS to DAKIN AVENUE % $
S do'not use milk bottles except to hold ma/.he.bad by writing to the U. the nnderalgned.... el&l Master laChancerT. Half of Lot St. and all Lots S$ to II In- '%! r.t' -- 4
win --.II' afirMbllc. outcry naive. f Section 5, Lot S4 of Section :
t;." milk.'',Returning dirty bottles"' to'the S. Department .f :Agriculture, Wash. Xarinr. the legal,ko.ra .t sale before 1* Lola. 1 to SS Inclusive,.. of See. 'KISSIMMEE ,. FLORIDA. I..:
,. _. .' S. a. 'S.I LEWIS RTAII
; .xnilkman may mean'that .. few days ,ington. .J>. .
"Jater"eltJaet'7Oa".or': 'OI ': 'neighbor* 413; Carerof:"ilk' and Its U.e'in the (. the Seventh-d r f 'Aaroa.! I. 11., II. 14. SV S'. WVfc of ST. and ." ,--o ATTOmmT-Nt'-LA-W'' a.wia ., *>
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i FARMERS :NOT JOINTLY. LIABLE: Farmer, you. Invest $5, lathe share rA'

HARRY CASLER WRITES !,THIRD. > YEAR"OF-WAR. SUMMER HERE' BETTER- I of your own )local co-operative' farm
.
New Ft'deral'Farm Loan System mortgage society. It is what the new

FROM BORDER IS BEGUN EUROPE THAN IN. THE NORTH Avoids. Severs! and Joint 'law calls a 'national farm loan easy
PARENTS Liability ciation. Only you and other farmers ,

i i i (Cotlnnued from Page 9.) (Cotinnued from Page 9.) ..:...-- who borrow through it are membersof

.._______ his ''been immune; from Zeppelins.One it and wait for the" time to put in It should be distinctly understoodby it, or can vote in it. No member t

Soldier Boys at fort Bliss Restless at Inactivity and Hope other important moJLl..defea'twall !: the sickle. Naturally all who can do the farmers who take advantageof may have more than twenty votes, so
sustained by the. Germans/' ,when so are taking their vacation. But I' < '
the new federal farm l loan system it ii co-operative.
That Uncle Sam Will. Take Some Action 'Or they hurried Edith ,.CaveU a British look a minute; where arc they? Up ; that 'his liability thereunder is strictly 'Should your national farm loan:

Send Them Back To Their Homes trained nurse to execution, as announced in the North \scaping the torrid conditions : limited. He does not incur any association fail ot suffer any. lose the

by Brand Whitlock, American ? Not on your life, except the joint or several liability. The best most you could be called upon- to pay \

From The Front minister to Belgium on Oct. 22. few who are visiting relatives in authority on this subject, President would be Another $5 on each share.

-- The greatest naval engagement pof home cities! in the) North where heat Herbert Myrick, of Orange Judd "Your, farm itself is liable only for

M. D. Casler, of Kissimmee has I rise. I go to bed on a single blanket history in number of men- engaged prostration is claiming its almost I company; says in Southern Farmingof the amount of your mortgage tMJll"tln.-' '
and number slain was fought Juno :3 daily victims, or where floods and land
Neither nor ,
aY just received a le'tter'from his oldest without my clothes and sleep likea Atlanta: you personally your s
of near the Skaggerak in the North bursted dams and broken levees are "For each wish to borrow is bound joint and several
eon. Harry L. Casler, who is a member log. Outside typhoid inocula, $100 you up .by any b-
Sea. The result was inconclusive, spreading death and desolation.No "
of Troop _D, First PennsylvaniaCavalry lion I have not had a single bad feeling through the new 'system Brother obligation.
both sides claiming a great victory, sir! They are ut St. Augustine,
in which he enlisted over a since I came here. It has been
,
and the reports varying widely in es- Anastasia North Beach-all less than ----- .
Hia is l locatedat a great rest for me so far. Without
now
,1 year ngo. troop timatoo of losses on the two sides.If twenty miles from Hastings or at .. .. .OOOO..OOOOOOOO.. OOOOO.OO.OOOOOO.OOO. . . ,
Fort Bliss Texas. horses we hardly have a thing to do '
the Germans as they assert, seriously Crescent Beach and Summer Haven- K
Mr. Casler was in businessin outside of an occasional 24 hours sentry I
j Young I crippled the British Grand both in St. Johns county, or at Day-
Philadelphia when) he joined the duty, or like yesterday, an after- Annual Mountain and SeashoreEXCURSION :
I Fleet, we will probably noon see.them tona Beach or Ormond in the adjoin- I.
of ditch We haven'teven
army. The elder Mr. Casler has an- noon digging.: ,
.
come out of Kiel again, to finish ing county of Volusia. The fishing,
_, other son, Harper Casler, who is a any range for rifle work. After
their attack. At present, however, boating autoingand wonderful surf
s member of the Second Florida Regiment all, it is Up to the present c rather I
the British blockade is broken only bathing without fear of man-eating
i' Band. lazy, useless trip.
dv by the merchant submarine Deutschland ,. sharks makes us feel pity for the :
Twice I have been in El Paso for
Harry Caslei's letter is as follows: I which reached Baltimore July foolish. ones who have the mistaken {
an afternoon nnd evening and had a
Fort Bliss Tex., July 26, '1/1./ 9th. i'notion that Florida is*"unbearable fora VIA i ,:
first-rate good time. W first for
Dear Mother and Father-: go The' year has also seen the culmination white man in the summer time.
a bath, then the biggest meal that Atlantic Coast Line :
of the submarine dispute be-I Guess again, captain. Come and see .:
I received two of your letters to- we can find with plenty of ice cream, i ,
tween the United States and Germany us in the summer the latchstring'sout '" :
gether written the early part of last pastry and sweet stuff. Sugar is almost : Standard Railroad of the South \ ;,
which culminated in the Kai and find out for yourself before ;
/.. month, day before yesterday. The entirely lacking in army diet. and That's what did. Came
ser's capitulating promising to I locating. we ROUND
TRIP KISSIMMEE
RATES FROM
El Paso is attractive and "
h extremely
War is about as slow in an I >.
Department I warn merchantmen before attacking. in mid-July and all the lime We were

f ; delivering mail as it is in everything interesting city of about 75000. By I The many-times heralded l Turko- I there! the glass,! never registered above Ws.Lrajtoa, D. C. . $22,80 Richmond Va.. $20.80 .,. ,
the soil
wetting regularly they nne
addressed able.to lawns and German invasion of Egypt has not I I90! while in Michigan during the I Norfolk, Va., . $20.80 Baltimore, Md., . $24.80 ,,'
get trees
direct today so green I yet materialized, probably never same weeks it was 98 almost continuously .
f' I think I have them all.) Addrecs direct flowers in as great profusion as any i will. for weeks and got as high asl{ ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
I
,, to Ft. Bliss as you did. That northern town. It-looks a good deal I While the Teutons were crushing 102. Meet prostration was taking its "
like a :\'ork"State city excepting for Wilminfton. N. C., $12.25 CnatUDoo.a, T na., $14.00
# will reach mo quickest but even that Serbia, the Italians landed at Avlona toll all over the North, while never
Winston-Sslem
N. C. "
$14.25 MonUsfl eDD., $15.25
j the vail ing bungalow typ of I I ,
takes about week. The soldiers prt
a and Durazzo, Albania. The has there been a case of sunstroke or
i i \ Hot Springs Va. $18.75 Mammoth Cave $18.20 .
AU"-I Ky.
---have doubled the housLs. The business section is thor- I ,. ,
c-- nearly population trians took Durazzo from them heat prostration known in the state
ougly to date, sky-scrapers and Roanoke, Va., $16.50 Lexington, Ky., $14.25 . .,
..
of El Paso which is our nearest city, up ruary 27, since when there has been I of Florida. .."
and the postoffice is swamped. all, and you can get i>. bigger fried' little fighting( in this region. I FOR TICKETS OR RESERVATIONS. CALL ON A/6.: L. TICKET AGENT OR 4; '
chicken dinner for 50 cents than I WHAT IS HACK OF THE EW'FEUEIUL .
We have been here just about two l I Talk of peace has been mostly A. W. fRITOT. D. P. A J. G. KIRKLA'VD' D. P. A.Jacksonville. ''
weeks now end are beginning to pet ever thought existed. The Rio Grandeis fined" to the Germans, with the e0I1'1 FARM LOAI'LA:; '1.. Tampa, H.., .;,

used to the country and army life. I I a disappointment. It is only a muddy ception of the Henry Ford "g. t .:-< OO c 0 00000 O. ...OOOOU 0000 C C" 0 ." 00'0 40 Ot 0' 4 0.+

l can't say that I lik the country I little creek about fifteen feet wide boys out of the trenches by th"l It has been demanded for years, in .

a, where we are camped but in El Paso but on one hid; is the flourishing mas" expedition, which one firm or another by the press '

risJ it is rather nice. W, are living on I civilization of the United States and Chiistiana December 20 unable to throughout the nited) Sta te". Its oooooooo o ooo..oOO'OOOOOK 0404411 ;

a perfectly level plain about forty I on the other the devolution of :Mexico. keep the peaoe among its own members i principals were espoused by all the t'

miles wide and the Lord knows how i El Paso is n big, beautiful town',: and resulted in nothing. I political parties in the last presidential FOR SALE 0R.?;'
.
long. The distance has a greenish' -Juarez consists" almost entirely of I T\yo new nations have been drawn campaign.By I .

appearance but close up everything low. mud-adobe houscc. I don't thinkI into the war. The entrance of Bulgaria I act of Congress, President Wilson ..
'
is dry and All day long they ever. apprcciatjd so much being an'; appointed the American commis- .
grt.y. has been described. On March 10 Attractive, Modern, Dr. Carson's Residence,
heat shimmers until the land Blocks I'I American as'when I looked across 'Germany declared war on Portugal. sion to investigate the whole rural f.

like a lake covered with ripples and that little muddy stream. The British lost the equivalent of credits problem as worked out in for- Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street. .-

ti the big spiral dust storms follow each I Strangely enough the boundary I several army corps when Lord Kitch eign countries and as needed in this

other till thpy are lost in the moun does not run in the middle of the : ener was drowned June 7 in the sink- region.Its I M "
tains. The is hot where it stream but of the stream b--d and the led to the introduction of
sun report I
very of the cruiser Hampshire by a
ing
) Will sell on ,Term if desired. This U
an
-" rive iambics around deal I .
etrikos direct but a little treaza rs I ? a good so mine while on his way to RuasJa. many bills into Congress. These

usually blowing and Jhfe air is so dry that at present it is fifty feet inside ... were all referred to the House and exceptional opportunity.Address !
' that doesn't feel the heat. I Mexico. Two of us went down on the Senate committees banking. They
on
one am >0> -00> >0> >0> >0> 000 000 000 00000 >0> 000 >0> .
' getting so that .1 sweat very little bank to watch a dozen- little brown :I 0 FOREST NOTES. 0 appointed a joint sub-committee .w'

even when I am working. Everything Mexican babies l in swimming, but a 44000440444400 which worked all last year to drafta "

considered, it is not a bad country regular cam in a few minutes arur" measure.!' Quick ..w

., and as healthful as any one could chased us back, informing ua that/we" The bill thus prepared was passedin "

1 wish for. I think we are very lucky were in hostile territory. So yhat- Coniferous timber has been found slightly different forms by House CHAS. P. DOW Orlando Florida

y to get here. But as computed with ever happens I will pot !ear 10 go I to be better suited than any other for and Senate in May and the differ- ,

1 the North. I don't like it at all. Whilo home without having stood on / exl- the production of ethyl alcohol. :snces were harmonized in conferenos rlEsgeae
life here is becoming more and more can soil,jn Uncle Sam's unifoifn. by June 10th. It expected that .. .. . . .. . ......... . .. . . . . . ...J........... . .. .

,bearable we are. all thinking continually Any'glad that you sent me Haj-per's II There are 592 consumers of tanninin both branches of Congress will ratify

of a "cleaner, greener land" and letter'for I"haven heard from him the United States .who u'se annual. ,the final draft at once and that it will .

wondering how long it will be, before yet. Will try ,and.\ write, this after' | ly) 625,000 cords of hemlock "bark, ,become a law before or during July, :

wo can go back homo.* noon. It III' gooct'that ho is enjoying j 290,000* cords of oak bark, and 880000 ,- ,by virtue of President. Wilson's ..ap .C .Bryan,' 'Pre*. A..M..* Bryan,..Vice,Pm.} .,J.

Living ,conditions have improved himself in camp, for that is as far at cords. of chestnut wood.... \ provingsignature.. *' .-"'
s somewhat slr.ce we' first came; here. he will probably get. The consensusof "

The water line finally got here, although opinion down here is that this trou- Experts of the Forest Service estimate FIRST STEP TOWARD CHEAPER ,: .

about ten dt-ys late. That ble was settled by a big bluff. They I that the farm woodlots( of the MONEY. I I \

gives us drinking water about warm told us in a little! town in New Mexico :' : United States contain from 200 to ,I I ":

enough for tea but> come times we that sixty-seven train loads of 300 billion board feet of lumber and Form a group in your own school' \

have ice. We can also take some of i, troops had gone through ahead of I from one to one-and-one-half billion- district to benefit by the new Federal

tho dirt off and wash our clothes. For ,I us. When that news got over the i cords of wood. farm loan system. We have arrangedthat I Bryan Realty Company \

/ the rest we 'manage either to get In- border, I'll bet it had increased until our readers may obtain outfits,
to El Paso or Fort Bliss every three I I the greasers thought all the soldiersin On some of the National Forestsof for his purpose free of charge; by Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee,

\ or four days and take a shower bath. world were coming( ajra mat them I the Northwest the snow lays on the writing a postal request for it to I I Opposite Graystone Motel 1

J' I We will hrvc' our own sLowers before and they were bluffed. We expect to ground longer this spring than for Orange Judd Southern Farming, Atlanta : 1r

!M long now. go home in September at the latest. i many years. In consequence stock- Ga. Th. sooner you act, the I 1.

.4. The food has not been all it might Glad to hear that you had a good I men have been sor.siderably delayedin sooner you and your brother; farmors 3t I
in time the Fourth. You to getting their herds on the ranges. t 3r
be either quantity or variety although over ought I nay enjoy cheap moncy- .
,o it has been wholesome. It is, try to get out for more such trips if By the time a number of these preliminary I Orange Grevcs. Timber I ends. We rev Taxes for Mre- j'

howeyer, improving little by little andI I possible. I All of the 28 counties of Utah con- local organizations ore completed Cattle Ranches, Country and Menu a4 Ad as Owner's '

think before long will be good. You I I Will try to write you occasionally tain portions of National Forests and which the outfit, suggests, the City Property Agents foe Rental Property. "

see we have some 90,000 fresh troops from here but unless things change I consequently share in the 25 per cent I Federal reserve board may have been 'I

here and the system for feeding them ,there will be little to tell. We are of the National Forest receipts whichis ippointed. Soon thereafter it may t

T'' l' IB 'no, yet perfected Consequentlywe I not awfully satisfied! with our eTTpe- paid over to the road and school be able to forward official instructionto ---- ---- ---- --- ;-- J

get too many meals consisting en- rience so far for we feel that we are funds. This is true of no other state. ; each preliminary g'-oup. Then the

t- tirely of a poor variety of soup and I not accomplishing anything. The latter may proceed forthwith to in- c. A. CARSON President N. C BRYAN Secretary. 1 1
t trouble in we haveno One hundred thirty thousand mapsof a natlonr.1 1 farm loan As
hard tack, but good maala ore being practically over corporate cs
i homes and ore learning: little and the National Forests will be distributed sociation through 'which the farmers
mixed in with every increasing frequency -I The Waters & Carson
) so we ore far from ill-treated. we arc all giving up too much at to tourists this summer. nay obtain loans from the federal J

'Don't believe the tragic tales in the horn to afford a nice vacation trip in I These maps show the best camp sites, end bank. The preliminary groups

t newspapers. They como from men Texas. We fear that before the government good hunting and fishing grounds, also may be helpful in seeing to it

who think they arc going to die sure I is ready to train us, public roads'trails-and telephone ines, and I that the land bank districts qre laid Grocery Company

C if their comforts are taken away. opinion will force our return. So we give directions how to reach points of out; and the. land bank for each district -

Life here! is quiet and easy with are homesick and not a ilttle disgusted interest. so located as best to accommodate ."

very little to break the routine. We but I suppose all this is one of the the farmers of the .South and of 'J

rise at 5:15: a. m., have breakfast at fortunes cf war. Hope' everything TEST FOR JARS FOR CANNING. the whole country.: Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '

6 a, m. and drill/on foot for three goes well with you and writs me whose
f hours. Then nothing doing until retreat when you can. With love, The following testa are suggestedby The Duchess of Devonshire l Gover- GROCERIES .
husband has been appointed
HARRY. the Office of Extension Work + 1
roll call at 5:45: p. m., supperat !i5 \
Relations nor-General of Canada 's daughter '
States
North and West
6:30 and taps at 11. I often go Troop D, Penna. Cavalry, N. G. former
determine if jars are de- of the Marquis of Lansdowne, a -
to
Service
and before U. S., Ft. Bliss, Tex. !
a to bed earlier get up suns' Governor General of the Domin I ,
:
fective for canning purposes 1 <'
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Screw-top Jars-((1)) Place top on ion. 004400040000000 0 >0> 4 >: >
THE BEST. "To advertis.3 these facts will be one 400 * 400 * :*'
FARM CREDIT .
without the lubber. Turn down 0 4' jar
function of the new system. Its John F; Fitzgerald, former mayorof ''
I 0 WE BELL 4 'I(
tight. If the thumb nail can be inserted : WE BUY: ,
'Experience has shown that) farm bonds secured vy first mortgages on between top and glace the topis lktl>ton end one time Congressman, 4 4 'II:'" q
our good southern farms, should ir. m iiti nod at a probable Democratic HAT 0 0 ,
credit Is of tho highest Interest on Place rut '
defective. ((2)
usually 4 / '
gradually become a most popular Investment candidate this fall for the seat of 0 000 HIDES ./ :
V, ,..? mortgages on farms is always paid for' small sums or large. her and cap in position and screw Umt.d !States Senator Lodge. GRAIN ./: 0 4 ,
&
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down lightly. Pull rubber from posi- 4 FURS -
41j; tlpyyalwaya are amply secured and Every individual should aim to own *
tion release. If the rubber returnsto "Rum fights shy. of suffrage extension FERTILIZERS tl!
ft v.41re''prinelpal, : is paid when due. a federal farm loan bond, if only to ; the 4e WOOL ?.
and Tribune.
(
position between Cop Jar, remarks the Chicago *
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SHINGLES 1
\ the amount of $25 or more. Lot '
buts
"Not is the security good
i only
top Is defective. "The drink demon always pays wo- .. 0 AND tALL 'Ii ,
bonds become thepeople' .
these farm land
4 t* 'it, ..Ii'Constantly. increasing in value. livings bank. They. are tax Glass-top Jars-((1) Place glass man the compliment of being afraidof ORANGE BOXES 0 ,
1890 the top on jar without rubber. Tap with her." 4 t '
r., I5. W1aenu-- mortgages on. free, safe, should be quickly salable finger around the eater edge! of the ORANGE WRAPS 0 ..:J!" v'.

'yr '' southern.f arms were 40 per cent or when cash is needed, and yield an assured is defective. John Coates the celebrated English COUNTRY "
rocks It
the e
If
top
.
ZDOPO;"of their value, by..1910 the ave- Income.' top.(2) Wire bail'placed over the top of tenor, is serving at the front as captain .. VEGETABLE. CRATES .. M.'. '

':: inpuJit of each has thousands of our people of- a Yorkshire company.RUBMYTISM. .... PRODUCE' .
sa ,jC ',"n.. decreased and values had so* throughout' the south now fritter when tightening lever or clam spring 4 .t. ,

away uselessly or put Into losing ventures it doe bail 0400000000440 0 000 00 4 '
is not remove f.'I.
iaera.M4 .that th. .mortgage! was onaothcrity"on upIf ,, . .,
sums, of from, f25'lor' $50 up rind,bend to :\'
from :tightepiag.evor t' ,
.Ia pu tl v4l pee ant", f..t .: a..r.geR to '100. r ;$1000.( () If only. 'a'little'$f make .tight, ,Thl tightening.of Jail 0 Will care joW'Bhe .tl.m '.,:;'

h"t'.11Mt.tJdl'other"D'WOrdlli; the average the\money,!j hich >; low' *..thu4;Ignore should be/lone'everyyear, : / Neuralgia Headache.,. Cramps, Wt tell geld and garden ,seeds of all kind. t ?/.."
: ....,, Colic; Sprain.,,,Bruise*; Cnts and Wi "e..peci _
*' .-"ioother ; i1 .;J Jf.OI1r times or less fasted. Is safety. Invested Jn 'r I attention! out hunl Dl aDd IT
": George Sha" :the famous Bursa O} .Sores Stints of InsectstEtcAan.eptie Free to'Plittiosg umpmg 01'r' .
; -.tIIe IJIOrtP&. ,on tJ $ofaays"theboat s A.l.sot.thern'farm bonds, the money : delivel'1lD sty Jimib. No 12. jW.'an

,this. suboet, Orange"II- '!rlfl"t3"1J1'61i'!'tSYid"fi'ril'bi"4fsadto playwright,,-Will, eelebra. hie sixtieth. I : : Alsatb ;e.used internally .. county..b for good fes hzeds.. Ask w f.C: rctilir sad' .' .., 'J'.
and externally. Price 25c.> '" '" '" pr "
brtbday at the ed of this month. ; ..lertilizert. '" ' ,
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; buildup .the.tq F ..r.I; '
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